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 12, 1895
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 1, 1893.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -67th year (Sept. 18, 1936).
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 1, no. 37 (Feb. 16, 1894).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00086614
Volume ID: VID00073
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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Mr. A. Graor left Tueday f
will rid. Their medis friend

eve, b ho#p t adt eh pp1
e may attd them were they
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instruction of J. G.. Fas, is rapidly l m-
fiverL SjMd dIA otNyo4th

pron. Mr. Pine thinks, howeo
Wtht.he Bad wil by aD ble to D g
Lquimp, oria Podhery lait day a
wlr orh hnude ineato tes.

Mr. Henry Grainger and Mr. and
Mrs. A. Grainger left Tuesday for
Colorado Springs, of B e, w they
will rsids. Their numerous friends
In this community regret to see them
leave, but hope t"successeand happi.
nef Par attend them whOOever they

The Fourown th Battalion Band, unde
litruotloon of .J. G. .iM, Is rapidly Im-
proving- Mr. PinO thiaki, howek.
that the Baud will be unable to go
camp, owigg to the vry late day a1
which he beon instrueon.
R. 8. MiIon, of Harlem, was in the
of SPRINU DRM 6 001)e ever
shown In Palatka, and hInds AWAY
DowV*; -

1 Court cotened at th Ii
hla d cly,; T.uedsy
I4M, blia aooer Jud'
saei' Attornea carster l 1 -
)h1a5tei their places.
tt i elected fto.
,WV:e, instrnu.ted /. i."

was r"veosed euodiitoae
wer complied wtl!
The ese o Meaga. n. Florida
Southern Railway CoapuT was conB-
t e the net term.
5 eane of Klmley vs. Shelley, oe.
itf Poi..amacounty, for lfalae im.-
prisoOent. The joey was selected
a1d. at evidence take1, aPd able argh-
mte "dia by Lee 4 Wie.n,o*a Sel.-
byvill, Indiaas, for the plaintiff, and
o01. W W. M. Wiiems, of this olty,
for ldtehendat. Owing to the late-
nees of. the boar, however, the asem
went over until Wednesday morning.
The Court convened spagain Wedaee-
day morning at 9:80.
Hon. B. P. Calhoun, for the defend-
ant, and Major Fowler, representing
the plaintiff, made strong arguments
in the Knaeley vs. Shelley cae. After
an elaborate charge f(rum the Judge
covering the law in the caee, the jury
rendered a verdict for the defendant.
Petit jurors were then discharged for
the term.
Court took a recess until 2:80 p. m.
At the convening of court, the case
of Walter Thomas vs. L. Montgomery
wase intloduced. Verdict in favor of
plaiptif, for $178.98.
Court took a receu until 9 o'clock
Court re-convened at the sipointed
qhof. The Grand Jury submitted its
1 a 4 ments, which were reed by th
uerkiMr. Whiteomb, after which the
jury was discharged, with the thanks of
the court.
Court then adjourned.
ft. Jam MXMODWo CRUBaC.-
General Class Meeting at 10.00 a. m.
Genday. Prseching by the pastor at
UM 4.. andil 77 a. nL a

esbdor e s p. m. rPayer meeu# wed-
Mr. C. V. Kasley, of Morrim.., In., seeday at 730 p. m. A speelal luvita.
wa lan the oty this wedk. and was a nu tsextended to strange. mbeatean
pleasant caller at our offoie. Mr. Klne- free and all are welcome
ley was called home by telegram an-
nouncing the serious Uluesa of hisb p.Pi. ca C aking Powder
fltber. Meat Pet Made.

St. George Hotel,
Under Entire New Hasagment
JAM. G. 4MBLE3 Pprop'r.
every department, maklio the seoommodations Ar faolass, and cuisbme ne-
cepiUoable. Electric lights, excellent sewerage and pur water. Having been
IdenlSad with the hotel bulness for yean, thepraseet maaement feels sure
9f pleasing his patrons. Uitat"e' $1.80 and 89.00 per day.



Hay, Grain, Flour, Moa, Grits,

rick. Urn, Cement,, : plaiter anid Hair.
Oranx* boxes. .Orange ,Wraps.
YI~eyfCyress Aw gePhi e 0nu~ap wad JWidt ~mWVt
Pb. VA& and Now uia;,wd Pbh 5 w it sq...

e.Oome in Vlotd scButbimDiduif Waoew"


an m a Meet 'j. .. Wro, of the weUll .
The seeing of the eAd rvore of ho r"m of HastingsU Wylie, Ister L i ..
Confederate and Federal armies resid- Ia., was In the city tibl week. ,, '
ing In Palak and violnity, whiob ias Wylie brought a few samples of
announced In the last Isease of Tam rome eattlU, which wee ver.l S
Tam s-RHLA met Monday evening both bedded and rooted. g..s
in the CoeuollU Chamber. Capt. M. I. promptly Ailed by addreastag fl
Ooze we selected to preside duarig d Wylle, Interloben. Sead fo
the preliminary orgaleastion of the lea. ______
meeting. In taking the car the Cap Tram ne. 8 of the 1: T. A
tla tt that years ago an attempt whil leaves Jaeksonyle at 1: I
had been made by the old soldiers oe m. ylly, and No. 8, which at.
Palatal to organize an, old soldiers' iv t asesJ le at 8 a. m. daly, '
association, but from some muse the both known as the Weat India fat
effort had not proved a auosee, and mal Utrala, wil *be discotnd ed on
that he nderetood the object of the Sunday et. Ty se traas will run vi
present meeting was to complete he Blgb springs after that date.-Me- .
old organiaton, or effect a new one. tropo. '
Dr. W. H. Cyrus at this time ap-
peared In the chamber, and gave a S. Grahamasu been visiting Biscayne

short account of the old organization,
and suggested that the present meet-

tug proceed to organize a new assocla-
tion to be known as "The Palatka
Veteran Association," whose object
should be purely of a memorial char-
acter. That when requested by the
friends of deceased comrades of either
army, they should attend as a guard of
This suggestion met with a favorable
approval, and on motion th6 meeting
elected the following offers:
Captain-J. D. Points.
First Lleutenant-W. H. Cyrus.
Second Lieutenant-M. I. Coxe.
Adjutant-Joseph Price.
Bugler-D. Leltchleltner.
After the enrollment of members
vartoue suggestions were made for the
good of the organlaauon.
The Adjutant was directed to pur-
chase a suliable badge to be worn by
the members on memorial ocasilons.
A committee on by-laws, rules and
regulation was appointed, with a re-
quest ha that ttyrepor the nextIneet-
The meeting then sajourned to meet
Thursday evening, the 18th, at 'which
time It was announced by the Captain
that Captain Coxe and F. T. L. Queen
would address the orgaolsation. feary-

body invited.
Toe following comrades enrolled
themselves aes members of the aseoceia-
J R Cone, OC.E 8th South Carolin.
a J Kenney,8 6tQ South Carolina.
W A uAAlgeton, Co. B, 8t Florida,
WM.1Watdee, Co. E, 80th OL.
Geo. W Patton, --
Gooe P. .owler, malor, 8th Illinois.
M J Trusman, Missouri Bangers.
SW Days, Co. D, 6th Geourgl*
JoseFh Price, V. 8. Navy.
PG Bafley, Co. A, 4Ah IllUnois.
M I Ooze;osptain, Co.A,lst Florida
H F landers, Co. H, New Hamp-
0 E Reevs, Co. E, 65th South
B J Adame, Co. H, 5th Battalion,
Florida Cavalry.
J E Marshall, Co. C, 62d Miss.
JT Brown, 15pSouth Carolina.
T C Butler, lLouisiana Cavalry.
A B Wattles, tlo. 80th Georgia.
L T Duree, sergeant, Co. G, 7th
W 6 ugent, Co. I, 0O.h Pennsyl.
LousA Falk, sergeant, Co. F, 4 U S
PIL Qaeen, T h Weat Visy im.
DioDta arnol Virula.
Wm Ives, taean 9d lae Cay.
DLsela l er, US Navy.

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SjAie, (^C, 1th so .

Q0tudly -uMM Oo$ W O- -
eak's' pnig Ite" cornWe. mond-m
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Bay this week. He is very enthu-
slastlc over the bright prospects of that
thriving settlement, and says that the
day is not far distant when It will de-
velop into great Importance. Noteven
the tenderest plant there was effected
by the freees.,
Lee F. Wilson, a prominent attorney
of Shelbyville, Indiana, was In the lty
this week, attending Circuit Court,
The syples, the Sypese.
Under the -ausploes of the Ldlee'
Aid of the St. James M. I. Church,
there 'will be held'a Gypsy Camp on the
lawn In front of Mrs, Win. Bolinger's
house, on Tuesday evening, April 28.
Refreshments will be served, and
Gynsles imitated. Come and enjoy
the good thing, and aea the renowned
fortune teller.
Bletles e Ofners.
The Board of Fire Commuissoners
of the Palatha Fire Department, in
sel eMonday sbiht, elected the fol-
lowing officers for the ensuing term:
Chief Engnmeer-Cas. B. Rowton,
First Aslistant Chief Englneer-B.
I. Gay, re-leaied.
Breo6d Assistant Englneer-T. J.
Secretary and Treasnrer-C H .Wig.
Janitor-W. 0. Moore.
The sletilous ar wiae Ones and a
credit to the department.
N.u't Pat It Off.
The necessity of a spries mediolne ls
universally admitted, thi Is the beet
time of year In whichD t purify the
blood, to rewere ih Jot appetite,
to build up the eOsiM* re ytm, as the
body Is now pecoullidy saeptible to
beneft.from medine. The great
popularity attaleed r Albood's BaSeap
rils, owlog to its rea emnts ands I re
markable success ha established It as
the very beet edioline to take In the
spring. It cure surofel, salt rheunm,.
and ill humor, bilousness, dypepesa,
headache, kidney Bad liver oomplainte,
eqtarrb, and all a action caused or
promoted by low eWate of the system or
impure blood. Don't put it of, but
take Hood's Saraparilla now. It will
do you good. *
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Remaining In the Post-UOem, at Pi
latka, lh., for the week ending Apri
5,1805: .O ,
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Bronson 0L he.sseo. I
0'mke,wO Uolva,DDW
CooIe, "Is Doyle, J1 '
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-* Iroad. Your onrrapoudent tpeteta
U.L R In digestion, to t a dosn ortgethis sason. ts, ad -oElt- -l
ti f Hen ad.. he.,. U ^x)ur people bhave planted is ornad adrud. It ItfuUUto E ,s
J i Rlleseil I VH afh poatoe.qulte l extensivelythl.'saon. etati t ionff rmco.fts
and hope so tide over the los of their Ane nAts peo r box. d For sale b i
feait without applying to the county =O.n& ,StewWA di'ualis,
--Cured By Dr. Miles' Nervine u ."t to BIG FO OUT .
Sss'tBnuIA Cm acn-r5ervices, DEST LINE T iTHE NORTH AD ,
N 7*Sunda% IL a. m. and 7:80 p. m. gab- EAST.
bath.aebool at 8 $ o'ock. Young Pea All lines from lhes South makes dl
pit's Auclety of Christian Endeavor at W.A f. .
4:15 p.m. Prayer meeting. Wednes- rect connections lB Central Unlou
day afternoon at 8:80. Ladles' Prayer Station, Cincluinati, ith through
Meeting every Thursday afternoon at trains of the **Big Four" to -hicago
8:809'c10ock. The public cordially in- St. Louis, Indianapolis, C .liabus,
vited to all the services. eats free. .Cleveland, New Tork and a
SA cameras Faet For full infa raltion oatl o ... qte -*, .,
About Hood'a Sarsaparllla-it expels agent or address
bad humor and creates rood humor. A I. O. MofomincICr, D. 8. MIur, :
battle for blood is what Hood's Farsa- Pu. Traffic Man. Gen'I P. AT. ACL .
parilla vigorously fights, and It is al. cCIIINKXATI.
ways victoriusja expelling fool taints Aimst a Now a rk ilay.o ,
and giving the vital fluid the quality Al t a ew Trk all'
and quantity of perfect health. It cares That Democratic wonder, the New '.
scrofula, sa a.rheum, boils and other York Weekly World, has Just ehangej ,
blood diseases. Its weekly into a twice-&-week paper,
HrO'SPILLS act easily,eat prompt- and you can now getodhe two papers a
ly and efficiently year. A
,liver. 25c. y Think of itl The news frolp New
The doctor had presented his bill, York right at your door fresh ever
anedoitows hadre. tbh ree days-104 papers a year. w
and It was large. We have made arrangmens by which
"Humphl" sold Skinflint. This Is a we can furnish TuI TxIme-s-I lkAL ,
Pretty big charge. and the twice-a-week New York World
S "No dobt," retorted the doctor, all foi only 11.75 a year. Here is the /
-l o^ dbt" eot Sh dc opportunity to get your own local paper '*'
considering the value of the life I and the New ork World twice every Mm
7 '//^ B>saved; but it goes.-Harper's Bazaar. week at extraordinarily low rates.
/ A High Coimplient. The St. George, under the manage
^ /' /'//, < BELTOT, CONN.-I am very much ment of Mr. James Gamble, formerly of r j
S' l pleased with the effects of your Sim- the Orange Bloom, is now open to the
mona Liver Regulator, and have re- public. First-class satisfaction guaran- '
OWADAYS when competition is so shbap and keen, when the commended it to a good many friends.' teed. *
struggle for wealth, position, or a bare living Is so severe, when -E. A. Bose. Your druggist sells it
it takes so much more effort, so much more brain power to ac- in powder or liquid, the power to be IrHavin, resigned the office of State ,
compllsh the same result than it did a few short years ago, men taken dry, or made lntoa tea. Attorney, I have resumed the practice
and women are so liable to overwork themselves. Before they are aware of Tomm: "Yes, cats can see in the W.. W
it they become nervous, sleepless, exhausted and irritable. They are tired, Office, No. of T' helly Building, oppo-.
languid, nerveless and physically are going down hill at a rapid rate. dark, and so can Ethel; 'cause when site No.rt on. Pal ilng, oppo-
Dr. Miles' Nervine Restores,-brings back bealth,-cuREs,-Just such Mr. Wright walked into the parlors u t
people. The Rev. I. V. McCarty, pastor of the First United Brethren church when she was sitting' all alone in the r .
of Wabash, Ind., writes N6v. 19, 1894: dark. I heard her say to him, "Why, a
"I was very healthy until seven years ago, thought I could stand anything; Aithur, you didn't get shaved to-day." -S- IGN OF- W e, G
but, from overwork and exposure, I was stricken down with brain fever and Life's Calendar. f ff W wholesale Grocer and Commission Mefi
narrowly escaped death. Since that time I have suffered more than ever. Biz Coffee ot W hoesale roce and Com is IMorh
"It began with neuralgia and a continuous, terrible pain in the left side; Dress Maklg Establishment. Full and Complete Line of '
at times I was dizzy and had the severest of headaches. My digestion was Miss Flora Paddock may now be v ES, LIGHT BARDIVARE and i
very bad and Ihad a greatdeal of stomach trouble, nd uered untold agonyfound In the Jennings Block, Leon rINWARE which must be sold. Ln and t t
very bad and I had a great deal of stomach trouble, sd suffered untold agony street, opposite the General Market, Will pay o inspect this stock, as I keep Cor. Lemon and Wa s
I was constipated nearly all of the time. I was thin in flesh and so much re- with a more complete line ofArt Goods, nothing but the best of everth b ingi
duced in nerve force that I had little life and no ambition. toilet Articles for the complexion, Plumbing, Tinning and Gas Fing
"Six weeks ago I began taking Dr. Miles' remedies and have taken nearly Dressmaking Supplies, etc. Stamping executed in the moat approved style,
two bottles of the Restorative Wervine and three boxes of the Nerve and done to order. Orders taken for the promptly and at lowpricest. ,
river Pills. The result is truly marvelous I feel like a boy again. I have Delesrte aud Dr. Nchol's Corsets. Don't fort the place. Sign of the
gained eighteen pounds and have more strength and nerve force than I have General aent for the new Taylor Dress Big Coffee Pt iemon Sreet, between
Chart. A first-clas dress-maker in gooi e anddThird.
had at say time in the past seven years. connection. Articles taken a d sold
"Last evening at the close of service, I publicly stated to the large audi- on commission. fe28atf ,f
enee the facts of the marvelous benefits that I had received from your reme- ( Orders for Ladles' Switches and
dles, how they had given me strength and hope and vitality to better go on Hair, in all forms will receive prompt iProdu e1 old
with the work of the Master. May the Dear Master abundantly bless you." attention if left with Miss Fm LORA ei rickm ittw
January 80, 1895, he again writes: P=4erocl' t shad e desired. 9-4 atd" l llS
"Prior to last October, when I began the use of your valuable remedies, rDo you want a good Mattress? IS. Any l,,k r n.r"hi,,,t.9n15 n cal
Iwas almost an entire mental and physical wreck, but now, thanks to Dr. If so, buy one direct tron' the manu- X. ,,,' r ,. ,,r ,e w,&is
Miles for his Restorative Nervine and Nerve and Liver Pills, I am a healthy facturers and save 50 per cent. Write nor own, for t ri- ,,rMeavi(gli that of .
and efeeedingly happy man. Before I began the use of your medicines I very for prices of their fine Moss-Hair Mat- ,"i, ts wr ein,*M,.tve. A' A
seriously contemplated resigning my position as pastor of the First U. B. tresses toDAvrIs & GRIEVEBON, Mat- ITirs .AA TG wrWrI- ( Y
church of this city, but now with restored health I can remain, to the great tress Factory, Welaka, Fla. jalP-tf g v'D, ,AXD wU l.aY ..I...
Joy of my people. "I suppose y will be out again to- d fr .eilomr, rm. lli
"After two months revival work, two services each day, I am still strong nh," rebke 8 'ook about marketing Fru' ---dVeg1tabm. .
and well. May the dear Master of life abundantly bless you." e rou emay. ed portington's wif French & ACKERM AN & STEW ART
D r. M iles Nsin Restores "will," he replied with feeling, 11e Warren St., ew York.
Dr. 7lulj jS jNef jIje Health : than Igotla.1-bh tPalatk., Florida.
Star Chinese Laundry, T" IT T
FEDERAL POINT. The U. S. lov't Reports Fronesatrunk., Parisi la, Ii. 1a s I
Cormepondence Timn -He.rad. dressed, well behaved Amnerican, free supero /to all others. W Propretor. T
FEDERAL PoINT, April 8. born colored person would be as ac- AT N MI I A.D r U MER Y.
I used to feel that it was an honor ceptable to the white people who A' LaidrvIn first-cliss Stile. Neat and Claen 0 BlGISTS' Fi CY All TOILET AiLES,
to have been born a free American, I travel in this State as a filthy, drunken W HIiST$ FMCY Mi TIIL OIIBLw.
have all these years taken a foolish Chiuaman, and would mildly suggest p6 VITAL TO MANHOOD. air, Tootb, ad pai9t Brusfes. palgtS ad ( lWS.
pride in my country and its people; that the line be extended, aud that TV iS tR vs 4. a *I I I
our institutions of learning, where the good appearance, good behavour and Wi UI .1ii i. .1
masses could be and are educated; our refinement have some consideration sUPPOSITORIEsan omptia, Omont Prescription Carefully .Col dnded.
thrift and enterprise have all been with our people-even if they be free of very nature an d e e mako WET' NERVE AN RAIN TRAT '
sources of pleasure and pride for me; born American citizens. m ewthith knfdo rneloma rstboe aiandwhioh Yf 'ten r eac orHyteris a, lotreatift Noue
but I think I have made a mistake- I am "awfully tiekled" to read that reubting n death .Wh."dur hol W Wi(t nkefuinmMental Depreaa ,
Last Wednesday I took a party to "Huntress" has let up oulne somihldly. mss to ours any ense. o ofn Pa o emAure a i rr .iGm a l
beneltsareceived. IIa box. forIs. seat by iio. wrneiter sex, lunpoliency,Leyoorrhmasadall 9
Jacksonville on the steamer Crescent, The above incident will serve to illus-. Guarintoee muedby ou rqenit. |||Re|kne., ,n uvouIn a Losespo St-
and among them was a young colored itrate the difference between a free CONSTIPATION Ctled, l is ", .lrtuA ed b or."- .lgn o .runof br ...,
man, who was born and raised nht moral agent that is born a- heathen, =i~ I R e msTumACiLmdl and s to ~1hn uaret ineah eodoftr boe. c
here, who is bright, intelligent, well and and one that claims the benefit of 2 =turiad lmat tforhldr&'s d k bMyb M W V
educated and nicely dressed.- He Is a a birth among Christians. I did hbpe, .AuAArtT o3l,. l y S BAi Thoroughly Re-furnished and Equipped
gentleman in manner, and in every however, to read the promised lecture; ACKERMAN A STEWART, ACKEirMA & S N tV k T, '
way a worthy person. He desired a for "Huntress" is not only talented, Palatks. Florida.
saloon or upper deck passage ad of- but one of her Hobgoblins stuck his Druggjisti a ro!eAtenls,Pas1kana ..-
fared to pay for it, but was refused on head out between the branch of a NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ____ All the ad MOt Id r
aeoount of his color, sad sent down to cypress tree and a cat-claw vine and i l r o
the lower deck. After a time your cor. told me "she wsa pretty." I suppose LAoorceATAmr T L.Lu. F L., II A Fnly 0rted tock of
Ispondent went into the saloon of the that is the reason that she persists In N wrc za snmRh 1VR1 *, tTH I '
steamer, where he saw quite a crow Ivlying on an island, surrounded by n lao s to mas nsijroot in ,. .. -- /. ,
of anely dressed lalies and gentlemc. Imps and Hob Goblins. I notlee that Ipo r ot ad 'at hi pr-wl 0 E,, L-t J,, ia "n
and nearthe middle of the room ast she takes her guard along with her ia., 0rI.k ,W ,. eina, Ae m *o M L
dirty, greasy, half drunk CMhAunes when she travels; but look out. By flw.i saS.I pSi it....e th -.L
sleej in his chair; his hair was tilted aod by that chief with a bow and ar -h isoiase ea r nesu we. nyW and onls -,
back, I mouth was open, a veritable row, with stab wines, will shoot an ohiomI n L.a ADMINISTBATOB'S NOTICE.. ,
tIsp tfr all the flies'that wenr taking a arrow into her breast, and then "good. o, m e, ria BACO, eAs ote s !'. '
,,rIde to the atropplis. He was bye Huntress." I don't think she is -i-, -Sagite. .S .t JL ,
noding baelnuds a his drunken any more an Imp of Satan -for being .a ws v miens- ^ orot ''r
litoi,al Oet ellesilywould open his pretty; neither do I think that it is NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. wY. l.a L*lse --OFTiee. *
feared eye for s lrief- moment, and such a nleasure to lead a sinful life, far Laxs orvyAs mOivuu.m.4., PtL A i.sal., 55. -, s "
et krsehpl Ito ha postioo of dream- I don't believe that there is any escape o m otvu T T Ti K .-aT
ag hsppin. ThiS Chiaman's shkin from tho punishment for sin.. Every s.n eaitu a s.h A iIstnI NotlU e ?. ,
wlt piemsbir of my pry..panishImet, sad that punishment is as I I?
Wills r did he ,es le him M thW e u toiso amittd. ,",
es We ls a at this place a ad ease of '.: )"

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all the old oodgers
_u_ to keep their-
Ata a"d uantba'Jane was
Sthehotwater begs where they
do the most$o.d, when a cou-
I. t nag sprigs with their.8amana-
$a" ie ere eating over the lake
I a1 h lems, l banjos, mando
Ui l auiharps and singing
*Come where love dwells alone."
They cared not for old Boreas' blast
ps t howled through the orange
Xaves. They did not feel the Icy
bon gers of J. Prost because the fires of
O l -e-baeeo, gritsaadgod digestion-
V fI them warm. But King John has
I tOto'm fto f the track. He was going to

-W iS "5,t ZtloM' very

ig Vtaei grge-)ice, so
apo el f9ll down abd

P 'oeonttin e -Mr, Dibbs, "that
|e what writes about the
S s' l 'peait" t, Pow that the
I getting oollderi. h e world is
fto ,"said he, ra e his voice
te last seanence.
1611113dd10&ot pay any attention
T vqad- him, for be
to tie door, and
%*poet mark on
apd 'm ',Wm on King
olmitk o with a vole that resembled
ll "I ay. the climate sl chang-
i tietalldest winter n hise-
IA- Me ifellows what write,
6tida' Oimate, telling about
**0bltt r al the year round,
to *. telled down."
;jha #ae6y admits thtLhbe
^w 63 atqytllngeouat the climate,
Ifeb h hlatr.sald anythlogabout
hlutably begt the climate's par-
4 withdraws as a climatologiit.
Jobe has also agreed to retire
tI rangeroWing for a while. The
Sver his packing house that has
St al people that he was in the busi-
sa t' read
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s bees ehangedand those who pass
w..*-andaye may real

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Ilte |s gmlig to add politician, but
'. y aeo eabheap new that the pOofes.
S C*aI-t4at lI, I a-g elalirng-is to bad
s Nate. ,i te (s elais I not te only
t g shamuam abmaged about he old
.. e. lhf Joh eedto o eat into
i orange prve ad esomt ne with
paMIre ad eqialetiume i atore's
God and tell Mim all about bis wicked
aeItlbrse because they don't worship
h. ,way. But teare sha bepno a change
S The grove has 4asolved aay and the
Senses that hid im froer bis neigh-
bor' gase aMp g ne, aod now all of
S/ hie nelhbors can (ur their goggles
:towandshbis former retreats a nd plainly
t see all oa hie acts. How awkward?
S It yp aso nee before. Long years
a, where Athe' forest trees wete out
d w s, *W e4 tree grulualy.made
.NS to hutt oat InlriDng eyes.
Will s peat itselT Will these
atuips, that Moar stad and morc us.
fWr em eil, put forth new screens
S d let g John osee more trod the
pb p wayead worhiompature ia eseret?
: e* Y I.UM|dibad bhepe.
*aIm w think* she ean re.
Imbeer l (heeold wuters of the
AL'."p, s i Joln one day and
talid the, aeoglm f tlBaer recolleetoem,
Ilip ;'', was thedoldeet Ws the
Swei M. Sheb fel thoe cold
10Vk1l~baaeapaaa (are are
Vne ~etlaes) t hae anyr winter
'Au'. $a said IDng John In

boo"h.wen a to.

^WliSs^~i~.i^Syl &ebe^^^c all~- .ft-

digest the old lady who saidthat the
world was getting c-lder-that is, net
digest her person but her speech."
That this was the coldest winter in
history and old mother earth was cool-
ing off.
A year ago we had a mild, pleasant
and delightful winter. If the world is
c )ollng off why was the winter of a
vear ago so full of charms?
If the world is cooling off and the
winters are getting colder, we would
judge that the evidence which brought
about such c.mclusious was, ats the o'd
lady said, that the past winter was the
4'oldest in history. If that were so it
would he sutllcient. But i, is not rue.
It has been cold all over the world, but
not the coldest winter in history, as
many have said.
A. D 401, that was before King
John was born, and possibly before the
old lady came into this breathing world,
the Black Sea was frozen over for three
weeks, uand men passed frou\ Asia Minor
into the Crimea.
A. D. 1323 the Baltic Sea was cov-
ered with ice, and wagons passed from
Denmark and Germany Into Sweden.
A. D. 14.13 many of the bays in the
Mediterraneau were frozen over.
A. D. 1812-13 the river Thames
fioze from its source to the sea, the
rivers Seine1 Rhine, Danube, Po, Gau-
dalquivir were covered with ice. The
Adriatic Sea at Venice was frozen, so
was the river (Tiber at Rome, and ice
was formed about the shores of Cur-
sici for the first time lan history/.' This
was the winter when Napoleon re-
treated from Moscow and 400,000 men
perished. Men froze to death In bat-
talions while on the march.
A. D. 1885 the cold was much more
severe.n Florida than this winter. The
meresry was down to 8 degrees at St.
Mary's river. Meu, horses, cattle,
swine, children and flak were frozen
to aeath in many places in Florida.
The world is not growing colder.
Last winter was not fatal to the uranig
Industry. The Florida orange will still
be on top awd the man of grit will
come out ahead. '
The papers tell that some growers are
going to Jamaica, let them go; are
going to Mpxico, let them go; are
going to Arnona, let them go. Never
atop a man who wants to leave tne
country, for It &ay be for the country's
good. If he stays he will be a whiner.
A piece of mother will make a barrel
of vinegar, and a whiner will sour a
whole settlement; so let them go. A
mas said to King John the other day:
"I am going to sell out and leave
Florida." King John took him bo-
hind the barn an whispered in his
r, "To whom are you going to aell?"
It at k him dumb. He has not an-
wered yet. Who wants to buy a frozen
grMve? No one. Make again,
all it with life and promise, then it may
not be dlihult to sell. JMo one is giv-
'log up his grove, here. King John
never leot a box of ranges by frost be-
fore this year, and hel proposes to stay.
Last winter hit him'hard, and it maybe
he will have to "board around" for a'
while, or o as lecturing, or write a
book, or saw wood, but his home, be it
ever so hum ble, will still be at
*Oeonsta.-o.ath-sake. '
,B-O nxe G rower.
Give TOa* we prt. ,She ha enough
2R swiA 'a bWt*ai le

V, April .- The day
M s est e a t aleamm to
Stuart1 the greatonfed.
"MO cavalry leader. The adte Is on
read street In the eeatre of the retaill
distrit. When stuart wap killed the
eoemail committed the oily to the
ereetle of a monument to him, sad
the matter has been recently revived.
It is thought that the Sttuart Monn-
enat asseeation will now press she
matter of collecting feaud for aa eques-
trian statue.
e*WtD W ealer 555e Te* =.---
t;* The hUle AMppeteSmea.
WA.weTeO Apjril .-Governor Me-
flnl sar t or Oaimbus last even-
ing. Therernor says he has.made
three other appointments-one to speak
in Ottawa, KSa.. one in Atlanta, ft.,
'and oase t aeme other point-and that
repreeentationi sent out that he was
planning a "swing around the circle,"
were entirely unjustifiable. He corn-
pllmented the Southern asoeliated press
on the marked fairness of the reports
published by that organization in re-
gard to his movements.
Another WemlSara eak Gone Uadmr.
Breavss Ponrv, Wis., April 2.-The
Commercial Bank, of this city, owing
to an extended run, closed its doors
yesterday. Byron B. Marks, was ap-
pointed receiver. The bank closed its
doors last summer during the panic but*
opened up again. The assets are put
at $100,000 and the liabilities at $60,000.
Nlspectitm the southern Kill..
ATLANTA, April a.-Mr. J. W. Foster,
a very prointnent and wealthy gentle-
man, of Weitfield, Mas,., was in this
city yesterday on a tour of inspection
through the cotton mills. lie repre-.
en1ts 1 latre textile machinery cpm
pan.y of New England.


'A. .

NI1h Grae Tohboo

JPoor !

Ime:-s so much more than
'you imagine-serious and
foatl dijabes! roault from'
triflin'v ailments neglected.
Doh't play with nature's
greatest gift-health. 5
1 .If e refua" llaf



out *'sorr., wed,
antd yenerallr 5*-
hawted, aeivemu,
hive no appetite
ad cln't work,
a at onc k-'
blng the melietns

mte. A few bo.,
orn ***-s oe ,
up't War.- ea
lsofi, and 1'i
pleasant to take.,

It Cures
Dyspepol, KMwney ad Liver
Neranlgea, Troeatb,
Cosak, Bad UMd
Mbaria, Nsrvweu u
WoIen's compiab.
ret oaly the asulne-H hsuereMe 4
lih sa tlhe wrper. All other are sab.
I dlt O n ImSo utf o ta w ( t am ~ we
Iill Med at of 'fle Dets hd WoIt's

, A ~ iWM^ MM~

\1Ifl t6TST rHINo
for M y6Uug o as or woman is a
TIox. Many make the.mistake ot at
tending infenor schools or business
colleges, where l|'le or no attention is
paid .0 the literary branches. At
there it given Commircial Students
not only *a very thorough Buoines
Course, but all members of.the Busti.
ness Course have access, without ex-
tra charge, to the Literary Classe.
The School has commodious build-
ings, a full supply of apparatus, a good
Lborary and an excellent Conr or
The work in all departments is of a
high order. Excellent opportunities
o afforded for Vocal and Instru-
mental Music, Telegraphy and. Short
Shorthand is free to all Students in
regular literary or business courses.
Expenses are low. Good board ten
lollars per month.
The discipline of the School is unex-
celled. No town in Florida is more
Next term opens SEPTENRER 18.
Write for Catalogue. Address
se7-tft Jasper, Florida.

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Quickly cures Coughs and Colds.
Peek's drug store, corner Second and
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All Skin and BloodDiseases
.it purifies, builds up and enriches
1 the blood, and never fails
to cure the most Inveterate
EASES, if directions are fol-
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and attest Its virtues.
TWWRITE for Book of Won-
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0. plication. ____
If not kept by your local drugglst,
send S1.oo for large bottle, or iy.oo
for six bottles, and medicine will be
sent, freight paid, by
SLOOD ALnIs co., Atns ta. Ga.

For sale at THE PUTNAM PHAR-
MACY, corner Second and Lepion
Streets. Gov F. PEEK. aD20- '

Pianos and Organs.

S. 1-. (hilds,

Deals in First-Claaq PIANOS and
ORGAN8. Goods sold for cash or on
The Tuning and Repairiog Depart-
ment a Specialty. All city orders at-
teneaod to promptly. Orders solictied
from the country and surrounding
Headquarters at CocHANAt 'e Hook
Store; ralatka. Via.


The Averill Mixed Paint, the only
Pure Lead and Zinc Paint on the mar-
ket. It will not chalk or rub off. We
guarantee the paint will prove satis-
factory to the purchaser. Our agent
from whom this paint may be pur-
chased is authorized to protect this


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LltseJsok uvillei a8.s. m sad ll.S sa. m.
For HesdesonvillUe, apartaaburg and Ahbeville leave Jacksonvllte daily at .120 p. m.,
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p. m. Pullman p naseaners to Atlantas maInC the Holly Sprias Ilespers an rnama n their
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Our Nohtern and Wtosm Trains consetUs wit all1 Foist In Florida.
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Baboiraptiona de* la advance .

We return thanks to Senator Darby
for copies of the daily journals of both
houses of the Legislature.

Joshua Hopkins Marvll, Governor of
Delaware, wao died at Laurel, in that
State, Monday night. was formerly a
partner of Prof. T. W. Ralph, of this
eity, in the real estate and mill busi-

Harry Cooper is good man. The
appreciation of his services as Clerk of
the Uouncil was evidenced by the ah-
seace of opposition Tuesday night. As
is usual, Tni TIMES.-II RALD'S predic-.
tion of last week has been fulfilled.

Chief Trueman has been re-elected.
Just as we expected. Mr. Trueman
cannot pomlise any better fu!tillmnent
of his dlntv than last year, because im-
proverniVnt in tils direction ii imposai-
ile. Tin: TIMES-IlERALI will defend
the assertion, however, that the dis-
cipline will lbe as good.

In the elec tion f S. J. Kennerly as
President of ihe new Council, that or-
;ii/.iloatLon I':;u.n its duties by confer-
rini t deseervmi; compliment upon a
witlhv iman. Mr. Kenlnerly's political
(.il 'r criimi'r ;i erisl. of niany active
V(inr, :diiiii mc iir' s if in the assertion
that their liluiniil. systematic condition
of D)ernoeracn in Putnam County to-day
is due largely to his efforts. Indeed,
this gentlennum is a servant, of whom
the party can well be proud, for hi..
very movement las ben for the adl-
vanceiient of democracyy.,

lBy reference to the pubitlseti report
of the procceilinas of tle County Com.
missioners, which appears in this issue,
it will be seen that John W. HIagan,
Sheriff, andl .lseh Price, Clerk and
Auditor, cain, v(i!untarily before the
board anwl requested a reduction in the
fees aml salary of their respective
police*. This unselfish act of these
cficient otlicials is deiervinr of coni-
mendation, andi we have no doubt will
be gratefully appreciated by the tax.
payers of the county.

Grand Jury Presentuments.
IN CiCUIr ('COI'RT, Fitrrl Jil'CAL,
CIIut rir' t'ciiUItT-i'itiNo TiitM,
April llth. l,18 95.
To the Honorable Judge W. A.
We, the Grand Jury, being duly
sworn for Ihe Spring Thrm of Court
for 1805, having finished our dutici as
jurors, beg leave to submit the follow-
ing report and suggestions:
The time for our investigations be-
ing exceededly limited, we can only
make a generalized report.
It certainly is a commendation of ilhe
healthy moral condition of Putuam
county, tuat only one case of grave
character was brougiit for our con-
siaderalion, and we find on due exam-
ination of the facts of the ease it does
not come under the trial jurisdiction of
this Court.
In our report of the condition of the
several offices of the -county, and tbpe
books and papers kept therein, we can
only say that, as far as our observation
goes, they are kept in exceedingly neat
and systemBatic order. In the County
Clerk's office we fi d that the brick
vault is getting to be too small for the
keeping of the county files and records,
and that they are being damaged by
dampness. We call the attention of
the County Commissioners to this fact,
and request them to make the proper
On visiting the jail we find it in good
sanitary condition, and are satisfied
as to tbe general appearance. As
recommended by a previous Grand
Jury, we recommend the County Com-
missioners to authorize the Sheriff to
purchase two blood hounds, a male and
female; the value of said bound* not
to exceed ifty (M50.00) dollars. These
dogs are to be the property of Putnam
county, kept In thodal yard for the use
of the Sheriff in the discharge of his
We would respectfully call the at-
tention of the Solicitor of the Criminal
Court that we find on the examination
of tin list furnished us of parties doing
business to Putnam county, under *he
license laws, that there are several
parties whom we know are doing busi-
ness in the county whose names do not
appear en said lit as, baking taken out
the proper license.
In our examination of'the statement
K'- of disbursement of the County Clerk
. we flnin the itom of help for paupers to
be one of the lagws on the list f ex,-
":" penDe, and .t, ab foiwed to the colclu-
awnSIet vt" k bea ,positive saving
j d a St the dependent,

R aviueg i oar labors as rand
Juroh, an tbalingi yoXr Honor for
eourteetM exatided and fbr the help
rendered *sby the liate Solicitor, we
beo to bh exuesed from further duties.
0. L. WIToomB,'Clerk.

Resolved, That the lthans of the jury
are extended to the Slate Attorney, the
Hos. 8id L. Carter, for the kint and
able manner in which he bha aided us
by his presence and advice.
To the clerk of the jury, Mr. 0. 1.
WbitSomb, we hereby express our
thanks for sa faithfully performing the
chief labor of the session.
To our foremen, the Hon. T. H.
Keating, we offer our thanks and con-
gratulations for the able and Impartial
manner in which he has presided over
our deliberations.
Resolved, further, That these resolu-
ltions be published In THE TIMEs-

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His Condition Resarded as Only Fatigue
From the LIong Trip.
WASUINGTON, April 8.-The dispatch
received at the state department from
Secretary Butler, of our legation to
Mexico, gives additional assurance re-
specting Minister ftansom'n health.
He is merely fatigued and may suffer
from the great altitude of the city.
Those who know General Ransom best,
his closest friends, know that he is of-
ten unduly apprehensive of his physi-
cal condition and exagerates the symp-
tomit It in believed here that the new
minister will be able to take hold of
his duties in a day or two.

Uiles There lena u n spectel Change In
Condition, hea e Cieveland*,
WAsizNorox, April 90.-The presi-
dent, on being asked yesterday after-
noon whether, in view of the decision
of the supreme court on the income tax
law, an extra session of congress would
be called, said that neither he nor the
secretary of the treasury saw any ne-
cessity for such action and that unless
there was an unexpected change in
conditions he had no idea that congress
would meet again before the time ap-
pointed for Its regular session.
supposed to Have Drowned.
TirUVILML, Fla., April 8.-Much ex-
citement is felt here over the supposed
drowning of Miss Ella Skill of Peters-
burg. Va., and Earl Munson who went
sailing yesterday. The boat was found
In the afternoon drifting about with
all sails hoisted and Munson coat and
vest in it. Parties are out with boats
searching for them.
Mrs. je seson DavisIn ,Ihebmoon.
RwCBMOrm, Va., April 10.-Mrs. Jef-
ferson Davis and Miss Winnie Davis
will arrive here this afternoon for the
purpose of being present at the reinter-
ment in the Davis section in Ilillywood
cemetery of the remains of young Jef-
ferson Davis, who died in Memphis
some years ago of yellow fever.
Reserved for Light House Purposeo.
WASImIOTOS, April 6.-Upon the re-
quest of the secretary of the treasury
the secretary of the interior has recom-
mended to the president that Blacks
land, in St. Joseph Bay. Fla.. be re-
served for.-liglit house purpuaes.
vouth ( arli una iHoel Burned
BiStenOv1I.L.. S. C., April M. Last
night the Phoenix hotel and the lisp-
fist church at this place woe destroyed
by dr, theb ourah being igaited by
parkfrosa the bunng htel. LA
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if you receive no benefit from Dr.
Pierce'. Favorite Prescription. This
fair and business-like offer is held oul
to all women who*suffer from the
diseases and derangementf peuliar
to their sex. To weakly woman-
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nor thb benefit more lasting, than
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soothing nervine, which can produce
only good results. It cures nerMus
prostration, insomnia, or inability to
sleep, and many nervous disorder
due to derangement of the functions.

An invitation to
consumption is
what a bad case
Sof Catarrh means.
Don't take the risk I The
makers of Doctor Sage's
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Viilancei as to American Cattle.
OTTAWA, Ont., April 6.-The govern-
ment has notified all quarantine officers
to exercise the greatest possible vig-
ilance in examining and quarantining
all cattle from southwest portions of
the United States. This action is taken
on information received by the depart-
inent of agriculture from Pueblo, Col.,
that pleuropneumonia exists in wes-
tern states.
Seat Fisherlie Interrogatlons.
LoNDo,, April S.-Sir George Badent
Powell on Tuesday will ask the govern-
ment in the commons whether they
will refuse to join the conference pro-
posed by (t.e United States seal flish-
eries in the North Pacific unless the'"
conference is instructed on the lines
suggested by the Paris Tribunal of Ar-
bitration to deal with the whole ques-
Herbert Will Change the Index Srstem.
WAslINGlTO, April 8.-Secretary
Herbert contemplates the complete rev-
olution of the index system of the de-
partment, involving the adoption of all
the various improvements in card
records. A plan submitted by a special
committee has been referred to the
bureau officers for examination and
criticisms preparatory to its adoption.
Strike Among Olas Workers.
PITTrBURG, Pa., April 10.-One hun-
dred export glass workers employed at
Atterbury's factory struck yesterday
on account of the polishing machines
used by the firm. The men claim the
work done by the machines is inferior
and that the ware damaged is charged
up against their salaries.
The Sultan aseds iegatren.
BERLIN, April &.-The Sultan of Tur-
key has expressed to Emperor William,
by letter, his regret that the condition
of the Turkish treasury is such as to
prevent the sending of Turkish war-
ships to take part In the Kiel naval pa-
rade attendant upon the opening of the
North sea and Baltic canal.
Itandad oti's Las PershaseMs
New YoaRK, April 6.-Among proper-
ty acquired the Standard Oil company
has secured a large controlling holding
in the Sistersville, W. Va., oil field
through the purchase of the Kanawha
company, through a sub-corporation.
Three thousand acres, with 100 wells,
were transferred for 580,000.
NIcaragua Relees Political Priesoers.
MANAOUA, Nicaragua, April 10.-All
prisoners charged with political crimes
have been released and many have
been banished. The appointment of
Gen. Reuben Alonaoas Minister of War
has created ill-feeling among {he army
They Voteo Call a strike.
PaOVIDaxcs, BL I., April 8.& The
weavers at the Atlantic mills in Olaey-
ville held a m-ting yesterday after-
noon and voted to strike for a restora-
tion of the scale of wages paid prior to.
the last cut down of So per cent, which
was made a year ago.
Minleser Terres CosmM Houms.
WASAtxeTOn, April 6.-Mr. Terrell,
United States minister to Turkey, has
been granted leave of absence for the
first time in two-years, and is expected
to spend his vacation in this country,
returning to his post sometime in
Laesher L. Creker, lavent Deed.
EAST BRAioruI., M ., April 0.-
Luther & Croker, the Inventor of the
conductor'b ticket puneh, died here yas-
terday. aged t* U. is punch b we a
on all the reUalroad aI the country.
leaves a wl abtWsqop.i. -
vIted Bobo > CI iS ^ .44

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emam ,eavof tUe Week's issdiaseB dI
she Lexllisatre-A oGt *RetireS
CM.. Caenlded--OSbe4 RIates-
sentas se-to ews.

TAIanMssz, April I.-The legislature
has accomplished much preliminary
work during the pust week. In the
senate eignty-six bills have been latro-
duced, and in the house the record to
date is ninety-three. In addition the
usual number of joint concurrent
and other resolutions have been
present ted. Of the bills thus far
introduced there are many that
are the same in their object. There
are two anti-prize fighting bills pend-
ing, nearly half a duson on the subject
of elections and taxation. while rail
road commission bills are plentiful.
The committees are now busily en.
gaged in separating the wheat from
the chaff, and within a week or two
both branches will have before them
only such bills as are worthy of con-
sideration. Both houses have adopted
the one session per day system, which
gives committees more time to devote
to measures referred to them for con-
Senator Palmer's resolution to ad-
journ May 11th, introduced last Friday,
was referred to the committee on legis-
lature expenses.
A resolution has been adopted In the
house requesting the comptroller and
state treasurer to furnishminent showing
the financial condition of the state.
lut Olid Not Take Active Part ln the Ca.
banl Patriot Mleeting.
.JA':Sois'LLK, F'la., April 6.-The
United States officials who attended
the mass meeting held in this city last
night to express sympathy with thq (Cu-
ban revolutionists, do not seem at all
disturbed by the report from Washing-
ton that their presence at the meeting
is disapproved of by the federal author-
ities United States District Attorney
Clark and United States Marshal Mc-
Kay, ilhen shown the dispatch from
Washington stating that Attorney Gen-
eral Ulney would demand an explana-
tion of their presence, said they did not
tl. '"kjuo they had violated any of the
pro kties. They stated that they at-
teoed the meeting merely out of idle
curiosity and took no part in the pro-
eeedings whatever. They say they did
not. vote on t4e resolutions that were
In reference to the later statement
that Attorney General Olney has re-
ceived information that the officials did
not attend the umccting, it is necessary
to say that, if he (Olney) has received
such information it Is absolutely false.
Southern States Land and Timber Con.
puny. at Penasacol. 1,ia.
PUsRAcoI.A, Fla., April V.-The
Southern States Land and Timber
company. one of the largest concerns
doing business here, was placed in the
hands of three receivers yesterday by
order of Judge Pardee of New Orleans.
This is an English company and has
offices in Pensacola, New York and
London. The receivers are S. M.
Lament and W. F. McCormick, of
Louisville, Ky., and Clarence Caroy. of
New York. The business, will be con-
tinued by the three receivers attending
the American business and Ernest
Noel, of London, the English business.

Arameses Ii the rea mt IRailesod Caes at
JaoksonvUlse Nsave Bee Coanelsed.
JACKSONVILLut, Fla., April t.-Argu-
meats in the case brought by the Penn-
sylvania company for the insurance of
lives, etc., to foreclose the second mort-
:age bonds of the Jacksonville, Tampa
and Key West railway have been con-
cluded and the case now rests with the
courts; but no decision will be announ-
ced until all of the intervenors have
had a chance to be heard. The court
set April le, as the date for hearing all
parties at interest la this suit.
A Clhmes to let Relles
JACKsoXVILL1, Fla., April S.-An or-
der has been Issued by Judge Call for
the sale of the effects of John L. Sul-
livan. attached by Viola Armstrong, a
member of Sulllvan's company, for sal-
ary due when in this city several
weeks ago,. The property consists of
two trunks Ailed with John's clothing
and other appurtenances.
lashed Her Threet With a Rase.
*O3LAmDO, Fla., April 10.-John Evans
attempted to kill Maggie Higgins here
yesterday and then committed suicide.
vans was infatuated with the woman
and begged her to live with hil. When
she refused he slashed her throat with
a rasor inticting probably a fatal
A chUd Burmd to Deeth.
JACKSowVILLi4. Fla., April 6.- At
Weir Park, yesterday Jese Palmer,
the four year old daughter of Mr. W.
P. Walker was burned to death. She
was playing with the matches and set
are to her clothing,
se sing fta Tier p etes.
i TrrsviILz, Fia., April 10.-No doubt
ettertolns as to the drowning 01
iceiSkil sad Mr. Munest. The I-


eoNNrtre the United t tsa

the presee of elrwd4.if
the sp teioma o bbyr b g rI
to its utmost apaty. Ik
was announced by Chief JalPthe
first stating the e*eoptions the
as made by unsel for the a
1. 1sota mt ose s sa "IeImont d I
apet of the ?esl state tMtslumss sg 5 no
as wel asof the taitem sad prgCt o Mo
property daiii beti spormosd is M-
tlon of WtO two n arttwlo = M ta of
tutlo. -
S. That the law. If not Imposita adicM taa,
is nevertheless ncousnettutionl n that its
provslalons rie- not uniform Ahrogihoul the
United States and do not operste withthe
msme froe and effect upon the subject o the
tax wherever found, and la that It p ovides ss-
ompUoau In favor of individuals sad co-pert-
nerships, while desylig all exemptions to eot-
poratlona having stamllr Inosme derived srom
like property said valuM and provides for othr
exemptions and laequalities in violattlon
section eight of artieoe S of the woustlm
& That the act provles no exemption of the
tap upon Inaome derived from the stook aud
bonds of states of the United States and eooa-
ties and municipalities therein, whieh stocks
and bonds are net proper subjects for the thx.
Ing power of congress. The income from these
securities in the United States amounts to
over I6,000,000 per annum on which the total
annual Income tax would be St,10,000.
Text of the Deleitla
The chief Justice then said:
I am charged with thi duty of announcing
the opinion and judgment of the court in the
case of Charles Pollock versus the Farmers
Loan & Trust company, et al. The concusions
of the court were stated to be as follows:
I. That by the constitutional federal taxa-
tion is divided Into two greatt classes: direct
taxes and duties, Imposte and excises.
I. That the imposition of direct taxes is gov-
erned by the rule of apportionment amos the
several states. according to numbers, and the
ImpOsition of duties, imposts and exolses by
the rule of uniformity throughout the United
S. That the principle that taxation and rep-
re'sentatlon wo tocetiher wan intended to be
and was prescribed in the constitution by the
establiihmont of the rule of apportionment
among tbo several states, so that such appor-
tionment should be according to numbers in
each state.
4 That the states surrendered their power
to levy imports and to regulate commerce to
the general government and gave It the oncur-.
rent power to levy direct taxes In reliance on
the protection afforded by the rules prescribed
and that the compromises of the constitution
cannot be disturbed by legislative action,
& That these conclusions result from the
textof the consti ution and are supported by
the historical evidence turnlihed by the cir-
cumstances surrounding the framing and adop-
tion of that instrument, and the views of those
who framed and adopted it.
6. That the understanding and expectation
at the time of the adoption of the constitution
was that direct taxes would not be levied by
the general government except under the pres-
sure of extraordinary exigency, and such has
been the practice down to August 15, 14. If
the power to (do so be exercised an an ordinary
and usual means of supply, that fact furnishes
an additional reason for clrcumspection in dis-
posing of the present case.
7. That taxes on real estate belong to the
class of direct taxes and that the taxes on the
rent or Income of real estate, which la the in-
cident of its ownership, belong to the same
8. That by no previous decision of this court I
has this question been adjudicated to the con-
trary of the conclusions now announced. That
so much of the act of AUgunt I, 1.4, t-
tempta to impose a ta upon the rent or in-
come of real estate without appointment Is in-
Justlees Plred ai d White D0iseat:
Justice Field read a dissenting opin- I
ion in which he stated "I am of the
opinion that the whole law of 1894 is ]
null and void."
Justlee White also dissented from the
opinion, as delivered by the court,
concluding the decision which had
overruled and met aside established '
precedents and the settled and uniform I
doctrine of the supreme court down to
the present time. He regretted that at
this late day this court should thus
overthrow and nullify an act of con.-
Attorney General Oluey said the gov-
ernment would not ask for a rehearing, 6
but would accept the decision as ren- I
dered. ]
hban R evolutloiNists Playing a W&tlag J
GaOme-Maeoe Dreaded by Ofelals. .
HAVANIA, April 10.-There are on
this island today between ` ,000 and
6,000 rebels who have rifles and car-
tridges within reach. And the plan of
campaign is to wait. The leaders know
better than to openly oppoee their men
against superior forces, when climate s
and sickness are relied upon as allies d
a little later on. "Why don't the rebels
piteh In and do something before all
the Spanish troops reach here?" is
asked. The answer Is; "Let Spain get 0
here all she intends to send, and then
we will play hide-and-seek with them P
until, aided by climatic conditions, we
can combine all our forces and strike a
decisive blow at her sick and climate.
worn forces," i

Min wickes Ones on the stasM-
Mxnm s. Tenn., April 10.-Miss Flor. d
eace Lillian Wickes, youngest daugh- d
tsr of the vice president of the Pullman f
Palace Car company, made her debut
on the professional stage last evening i
at the Lyceum Theater, 'apoearig in
"The Sign of the Cross," with Ute com-
pany of Wilson Barretk

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Masedd Ditdenad Mab oM = 0s
WAsmerTox, April 6.-The' aml
troller of th eurreney has deole
second dividend of fifteen peo
making 85 per eont In all in Lfavor oftl
creditors of the Oglethoepe N MI
bank of Brunswi, .
ThanesteSa sls it;Moaia.
SAN FnAwCISoo, April 10.-w-'A.
Thurston, Hawaiian Wialster ..16,
United States, sale yestri
Honolluu. He stated that the
hia return was uncertain.
reparin fr the Gorreesta N 1
WAsmNoToW, April 6.--CMh 3leM-
tive Offcer Kemper, of the
offce, treasury deIsrtmoat, 6 Mvely
engaged In preparing the v er.M.t
exhibit for display at the Atato 9L,
Ceovenatsa of Miafhcftese
ATLArTA.April 6.-The manufasateaf
of Atlanta met yesterday and asagel
for a convention of manufaotoalnm to
be held in 4May. One object of the as '
association is to prevent hostile lseia-
L Hung Ch-~n aimsfe At l.
SHimxoNoszKx, April 9'-The wound in
the faoe of LI Hung Chang. the Chlinese
peace envoy, who was shot March 4 by
a patriot fanatic, has completely healed.
The bandages have been removed
David M. atene Laid be 3ks5.
Nrw YOax, April .-The funeral of
the late David M. Stone was held this
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Contral
Congregational church. Brooklyn. Rev.
A. J. F. Behrends officiated.
PresMet Cleoveland Iavteiod.
MiuP'IS, Tenn., April .-PhesUlst
Cleveland and the members t o his e -
net and the governors of all the tatsea
and their staffs have beeb invited mtobe *
present at the big drill ina ay.
006011111, s GCe"&e I
8AvasxIA, Ga., April l.-The state
convention of the Maptletes O'OeeWre
opened at. Wayoroes yeaterda. Tle
proceedings *ore of a routine eharme-
eutlJ Jackia..WhaMe lliuse Pes vmeiSo
Him sitting oa the lbe e-hSs Meet ai
NAsnvrr.LX, Tenn., April 10.-8-l
Oreme Court Justice Howell & Jackoeo.
whose Illness prevented the tll an-
reme beach passing upon the leeems
aw, refuses to express any opnlaon
upon its constitutionality. Justie
ackson is much Improved In health
nd expresses his Intention of reimtme
his duties on the bench at the Otober
erm of court.
xllue or Prtseeo, WleksI
SAx FaxCIsco, April .-Unitod
States Marshal.Baldwis a ye hat if C.
Ifuntingtoh comes to Calh lSia ts
will arrest him under the rteoat a-
ictment found by ,the Unlti Wttoe
rand jury for isling a atgetiate
railroad pass. District Attae Isto
ays that the warrant willmao bserewy
n Huntington in the sait, as tie ax-
uease of bringing him out e WMld'
e too great.
MMIndes tanrSek W'Tew saVs<
CoLuir.e, Ind., April L-?hp Ate-
lan stath works, with h l S o
ring ten aere were buared'k mty
'he plant was bei a rpa t. a
ay on account of 6 r la 'lrul
a ffty mtnuM hestfr
amss were dAWcoa .t-r i
as a wreck and ISM .ila. "
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our tlome caller

4 Banks, of the Baltim
0 t*s s viiit.d polits on ti
s l routherb thsl week nla the i

,' I or 8. W. Bowley,of San
., ': '4 0 town this week servit
m t, e Idas pleasant
P poes*bue uoder 1he oPuIamuancI
everal new members hak
wdled to the muster roll of th
"': y Ourds the ast week, w
e liftue that military lateres

i r W. P. Couper, a form
',**ate Pela s, wasin the e
Wk. The Major is at present
Sin tthe Department of the]
- "St sltlnglon, D. 0;
S W. Banks, the popular a
SL Meyer, has Just oomple
~sig of( Ui bandsmoeet win
towa. A a decorator Mr. BRan
Sr understands his business.
Dr. W. H. Cyrus has purchai
Dr. Powel property in the We
and will shortly occupy the pr
It s one of the handsomest res
in that fashionable portion of to
Mi Jessise arpe. a ch
young lady of Philadetphia, w
forth pMat uon been vititn
4e, the family ot Mrs. L H. E
Sdpeated for home Wednesdi
wOae oompOled by Miss Ann
who wil spend the o

W, 3 f Mao. .of U
wM 2e he Oity Wedienday sad
poe piatMMeall. i.N Moan
VWItlm of t at hreets to the I
e -veral ibeouad doens, but be
lo counPge ain the orae Ina
sm he thib6k to thp man of g
sv e there wiO be "Uihoal"
business yet.
A perty of shout tweny.afye
"mal from Macon arrived by the
git Qouthern train Stulray nilgl
by special Invitation of mrun.,
Lpwry, Martln GriAo, Jr., Job
Will Speck, F. T. Gerke, M. J. C
cey and other Palatians, eojo
novel trip to Lake Crescent
steamer Aetatula. The natty re
I tUme atq take Sunday afternoon'
for home, well pleased with the
d the weal tretuent of ti
ltkans. They promuse to come
We Mlehowledge aceapt of an
tatoU to attend the niath annual
As bail and supper of the Gei
OfGt e, likh will be hild
Arary WideaOseday, Aprftil 17.
wilt be ftAmsted by the U. 8.
ArtOilery BWd of bt. Angaepi
it l d the afa will be
I T6 Tt0ket, admitting gent
a0 dla-u 0.- The proceeds
ieaiAth psproesM of ubhform
the empay, iWh ae badly n,
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S<.4. ,ti M s ALDIsmAMt K Nur aT Pasassrr or
S ", Ali stairTUBl w BOARD--ELbowrn
m,.. At, Advl ,.s 'rom
it Co)'- man or CITrrY OFICIns, oETC.
Saom of t4 ..r i. he oof the The old buuctil met in regular sNei
aL d t hltt w./d tiot buAn- elon Tuesday night, President Po nts
atf If his stamt,, I ertet,.l on
t'he public square at .raas t1.lgide residing, with Aldermen Kennerly,
A that of ea-President .,orm e,. asan ex.- itephen%, *Jole, "Dunn, Ilengoveld,
....... t ponent of the .oiroe doctrine. .%dr. iHafers, Jeffords, and Clerk Cooper.
SLivingston Introduce.d the re,,lution Minutes of last two meetings were
H^B u'YiC0 *-w which passed Congres directing the
SlRd VAiMon Streets. state pepartm-nt to intercede between read and approved.
S" Great Britain and Venezuela for a set- A motion wal offered by Alderman
bCisaley is visiting friend tlement of their troubles. ie also l Kenerly that a voLtof thaUiS be tell
'dV at her old home, Macon, made a speech on the subject, sounding dered by the board tu Presiient Points
the Monroe doctrine. The speech, it for the able and impartial msnner
seems, hal itruok a popular chord in
S Dory, after a vey Vena l and ha nttracte a great which characterized hbl as the preside.
is oplo Athena, t., is expect- dealof attention there. It has been ing officer of thin budy during the past
translated In Spanish and Is printed in year; also to Clerk Cooner for the
d (full a a memorable utterance. A Von- faithful and prompt oerformnance of his
o-f tu nS pume esualan poet has written a poem sound- duties. The motion was un inmousl v
l .. ees good moi.log Mr. Livingston's praigw, and his d The motion wa un moul
SNearlVy everybody needs a good medal plcare. adviees received here say, ap- adopted.
is e.. The impurtiles which have so. pers In all the newspapers. President Points, in his usual grace-
aeWmulated in the blood during the cold SEEKING HOMES IN 1HE SOUTH. ful manner, expiested his high appre.
ig oats must he expe!led, or when the nation of the approve! of his course,
mild days, and the effect of bracing aulas tolonists in me,rei. or fa ite for a with the wish that the new board may
ri lo air as l ee, the body is liable to be over- co-Mp.,rtiv ,own. bo successful and harmonious. He
come byd ebiy orsome serious die CHNATTANOOOA, Ten April r. -A then declared the old board adjourned,
I WitW saum. The remarkable success achieved party of gentlemen vh. It prew 'Int an e bard ld e rd
by Hood's Sarsaparlia, and the mavny organized colony of Ilitnois fainmers The new board of aldermen entered
I Poit, words of praoie it has received, make anti mechanics, are on their wiay to and took theirsea.s, the following gen.
n it worthy your confidence. We ask you Chattanooga and the south I eluigated tlemen answering as their names were
t. g .ie to v bhis medicine a trial. We are by their companions at home to loate called by1the Clerk: Stephens, Ken.
itileSU. ars it will do you good. Read the asultable site for a co-operativr town n e owll P
terstimonialsa published in behalf of in some good locality n:ir sourtn tl riv-. erlv, Howll, Petermann, loeb, Ver
Oiy Hood's Sarsaparilla all fhrom reliable, Ing city and with good ral'road faicili trees, Cole, Hengeveld, Ray, Jeffords,
"iont N- grateful people. They tell the story. ties. They represeirt loo families. the flafers, Estee, D)un and Liomis.
W1to0 headsof which are skilled mechanics, On motion of Alderman Vertrees,
Me-o We acknowledge a pleasant call yes most of them old emploves of the Pull- Alderman Kennerly was unanimously
e tpidaytromJ.H.Wylie,ofInterlache. man company, andti farmers who are Ale aKennerly wa unanimously
oltisons, anxious to locate in the south. They elected President of the board.
'r Wed- F. A.Gerber, one of Manuville's en- want to secure a site where each fain- President Kenuerly on taking the
terprisig citizens, was in Palatka yes. lly can secure about forty acres each, chair, in a neat and appropriate man-
terday. Mr. Gerber enjoys the distinc- which itI lantended to irn,'eve and ner, thanked the hoard for the hunoi
ore Dry Lion of being one of the beet cabie cultivate for homes, while a itnn.-er of e, tnked hit
heore r ofeinone of the beetT cabin~ small industrial cone nis will we ope- conferred union him.
hentGeore makers in the State. His work may be rated by the men skilled in the various A motion was made to proceed to
nterests seen in some of the finest houses In trades. They want to locate in a i ody itlct city officers by ballot, which was
Putnam County. with a view to co-operation. carried, with the following result:
Mateo, Jlev. W. S. Wallace is rttending the COUNTERFEITERS LOCATED. City Clerk-il., C. Cooper.
ig jury session of the Presbytery at Lake City. The S ted----- of the Chief of Police-M. J. Trueman.
W koeod as Two Cniot 'tmpe. Tax Collector-Benj. E. Morgan.
as. We acknowledge a pleasant call yes. HAMILTON, Ont., April 10.-The Cana- Tax Alsessor-Peter Gardner.
e been terday from J. A. M. Varnam, who dian Novelty Supply comp,.ny ref. rred City Treasurer-Geo. Weller.
ie Gem owns a beautiful home at Mount Royal. to in a Washington dis.,atcl, : : su-. 'olicemen-J. H. Pullen and J. I.
hich is -- pected of counterfeitii i nietd StaItes Reddish.
rhich i postage stamps, was located hist even-
t il o nin-We Ing In the rear of a store occupied by Sc.avengei-Ned Boyle.
oU fg.% &7 V F. Dunn, painter and glazier, at 22 PresideutKennerly appointed a com-
er sl i King William street. The place is only mittee of two to wait on Mayor (rooms
ity ti Whhalfar for ath first time t o hlablock from police headquarters and inform him that the Board was
tity this Who are for the first time to but the names of those who compose regularly organized and ready for busi-
t Chief undergo woman's severest trial the novelty supply company cannot be
Interior we offer learned. The police are working on ness, and to ascertain if he had any.
the clue but decline to furnish any in. thing to communicate. The committee
"M other Friend" formation returned and stated that the Mayor
ilesman THE NICARAGUA CANAL. would haveacommunication before the I
ted the A remned) which, if used as directed a feworatIts next regular meeting.
ndow In weeks before cofnement, robs it of its A Commision to Investgate Is Appointed Board st its noet regular meeting.
ka cer. PAIN, HORROR AND RISK TO UFE by President Clevelnd. Walter M. Davis, Esq., appeared be-
a.,.ndhi asthusnd WAsaIINTO, April 6.-The president fore the board with an ordinance
Sboth mother and child, as thousands who a pointed the following persons a adopting all the city ordinances in codl-
d thae used it tstify. commission to investigate and report tied book of city ordinances as laws of
ted the used two bottlesofMosrwgisas oit Wth upon "the feasibility, permanenceeand
t End, irvlou resul ts dwterw nthecity of Palatka. The ordinance
m ,hohooof Een, t expense of the Nicaragua canal on the
emises. k0i_ f t wlitouTse rasNDot f ifew route proposed by the construction was put on its first, second and third
idencems a rT s ,aoni eobtil e t aidesdl*."'%' company:" From the army, Major reading and passed. A sample copy f
wn. as.MSAM uLrsiM,LontG, esomCity ,Ko. William Ludlow. corps of engineers; of the book was produced by Mr.
rmng t b d r t fa d d from the navy, Commander U. T. In- Davis and approved by the board.
iterating 1a l.B a odloiUdngisaU. dlfott,e evitngineer; from civil life,
ho ha 9osMrn u.Co..AtaafGa. Mr. Alfred Noble of Chicago, member Bills were examined and ordered
Ig rle- of the American society of civil engin- paid. Council then adjourned. |
billiard, ea.
lie Hi'- oheioevemor Pvas as, lria-There ss Tal Quickly cures Coughs and Colds.
ummer ., L- 1 *t ImpeemeaS... A Peek's drug store, corner Second and
EI. n Roca, Ark., April .-As the Le[mun trees.
M ORGAN'S out. .e of hisencounter yesterday Le"
avPia, |with Repreentatlive Jones, Governor o.
made IMPROVED C HILL TONIC Clarlse went before maltnte, plead Brotherhood Overalls at 8. E. Bond's J
was a SUM i Nm T AO OTNw si. guilty of earryng esomaled weapons
iase of 0t essomelesAinwith and paid the conventional aoe of a, Meeri. E. L. Reynolds and son, .
hasn't te t~re a orly ta never Judge Robbins and ProsMotln Atto- E. W. Reynolds, of Conneaut, Ohio, 1
a"se es tt wil, cre hey Pembertol waited upon the Gov. have been in the eity several days pro..
destr, Itt Ispiemat to tam, and contals aetlieto raor and asked it he preferred arrest opeing.
rsa ijAr the as etdelltes lastem. nabase take on a warrant or by grand jury indict-
t the ar m IoIar s thot as e l ment for assault and battery upon F. E. Reader, an enterprising mer.
eta ,rmeesed tl Jons.l but the Rgovernor evaded the chant of Welka made THu Tims-
rVOIWne- V & C40., j i a, queton. Thernistlkof impeopkne chat o W ma l T -
gentle- 'a ro., s.A veror. IzrLlk I plesunt call yesterday. Mr.
SGeo Reeder is also an enthusiastic base
ht, and It will stonish you how quick John- ballist.
t TRADE o b IMPROVED. son's Magutio Oil wUi kill all pains,
J. TRADE 0 .6 IMPROVED. internal and external; $1 size 80ct.; We guarantee Johnotans Magnetic
in and ao ese of am a w um in M O. siSo 23c. For sale by Ackerman
Chaun-. D Lmaes im & Stewart, druggists, Oil; It has no superior for all aches
ovd s NzwYon, April i-Braestreeta to- and pains, internal or external, man or
day sa : A beast. 61.00 size 50 cents; 50 cta size,
on the sday rays WASHINGTON MINE DISASTER. 25 cent. For sale by Ack.'man
turned ether with the ontitned stenrth of cotton, The esr sey awe hr b e of n e to *e Stewart, druggists, Palata.
' t ri oiftotlatieUr masufatures to demand higher w .. er, -- vir
prices for fall delvery, rains in Northwestern
ir trip wheat regionsowhorm rAtly needed, further Niw WnAToeM, Wash., April 10.- -
*n c re ses in wMage, of industrial emplores, Few details except those reemoid with
avia as shipsmaw of wheat &brda and the the Srst news of the mine disaster are
againd rush of the vals of the week's bk l* to be had. According to Keamns, one
lass above e $ m,010,0o1 mark, .ars ostl.
Jini- daese sheeoatnuatison o rf a tter felg. of the two survivors thus far known,
t tirade elies an. d masura m s esedesee la who was working In one of the eham-
I bw ny Ur umbses a bdses.bere, the explosion occurred in a bore.
lm oty sadtiers of disprovemto of ebats- ors working, about 1,000 feet from
at the disehalbesn'elt the south, popor where the tunnel terminated t the
Msi 17, daring th past few weeks Mai elsewhere. gangway. As the main vertical al
The tal, letters uad som esters in dus- shaft plieroed the gangway eloase by the
Third trkiaandoommerui l eners constung lttersction of the tunnel, It couldbut bu
:e, sad r *i st toreses In poorly carry off the poisonous vapor
qlie a following the igultip of the fire dampcy.
leatan D'ir t. The noise of the explosion warned th*
Will be New Yoax, April 6.--. 0. DUn miners in '*e chambers to fle but Uthey
co'tfailure report la follows: entered the gtangway only to be ove,-
aoM r oims etailfeeaintatte Ens qeerter of come by the deadly as. The shook
e IeIL Iut.Ulamte 5,. with labilities of tN,5l,- wa slight wnere Kearns was working,
si, ave ragina 00 seah. There were r as he claIms his lamp wps not putout,
thirtw-ay bak fallures, with Bibiltlees O no
NlWMI or 8.seM eacb. It both were lump- nor was he thrown down by the con-
ed toMtbher a lan other reports, they oislIon. It li a mystery, however, that
, era. the'ggeateo o iInl tes here reached be should have been able to, I pa m ,
weld o ,,M through the gangway to the ext Da- TAtT
S REV. MR. DIXON'S NEW CHURCH. of X e o a s M -
1ea UtM SWa ee. *eday la the Adeseiy blUng oTer bodiss of victims and deW.
i at aele,.,d Ma Vwse, TI.-er' hals of debriln i r getting o .

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for Infants eind.hlldren.

MOTHERS Do You Know ..w ,
stesman's DDro, ps, co, i Cordital, uY s- d anooyi aMff "a
mot remedies for childrenae composed of opium or mOirpie
STm Knewtht opium and morphine are stupetying arotio polwam
SYTou Kow atIn mot aountdesdruggists are not permitted to asi mauole
without labdefte tm poonu t
PO ToR Knew that you should not Permit any medicine to be given your aM
unlem you or your physician know ef what it is composed I
Do Tea Knew that Catora is a purely vegetable pepanuton, and tha a li
Its ingredients is published with every bottle t
Do Tow Kl wtathnactoris is the prsriptio of the famous Dr. atmel Pitcher.
That it has been n use for nearly thirty yerN, and that more Casteri s i now sold thUa
ot eli the nemdies for children comlinedI -
Do To Kneow that the Patent Ofles Department of the United Stato., and of
other countries, havessuedexclusive rightto Dr. Pitcher andhis asigps to use the wer
"Oastori and its formula, and that to mitate them is a state prison oenase
Do Tou Knew that one of the reasons for grunla this government protectionwas
because Catoris had been oven to be abselately harmless
Do Yn Krnow that 35 average doses of Castori are furnished for 36
oets, or one cent a do f
Do Tou Kewo that when possessed of this p rfet preparation, our children m
be kept well, and that you may have unbroken rest l
'W*, those thibqearerort knowing. They armBMt@.
The fhac-slml. .e o. *q n
signature ofrZ

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so yon thtk I'4 Mt1 m so Wld
An act es) much ik a tile ehld.
If I didn't ftre6t I was hlt past eight
An would ias Brown have to keep me later
im Brown said I was "a Ulintte eod,"
An I didn't know what the old thias meaned.
But she said 'twao becus I played so rough, .
An it made my ma Just ory-.ure 'noagn.
N I didn't forget, do you 'pose that I
Would ever act sol' to make her cry?
An don't you 'pose I'd behave jult fins
it I didn't forget I was going on nine?
* I .o'lld rnminmber, do yon suppose
I wouli'n't take art 1)f nmy NAmday clo'se
An would I get mad at my cousin Ben
Without getting right away good again?
Pa says hi, hbllhi'ns I wax just hIxrn bad,
An L U i Jo,' u)as that I'in "like my dad,"
An Aunt Iiu iamys h'; don't suppion
I'l vr lt ltltt'4!r, but niM-het known,
An sli, IIui:o imi lost with a ktis, bona
Mhe i "y f, rIrgt how old I was."
-4. Lilnuind V. Cooko in Youth's Companion


."We'ro at the end of our string,
that's sumr enough."
"But tosell forsuacha ridiculous sumn
as$1,(i000 down We h vo sunk threi
times tthat much apiece, besides all our
'". hard work."
"Tough, friend, but it strikes mn it
would Im tenglivr to trainp back to the
SStates. Nooliuiy but a gre ollihrn wouli
giv' a 'holusliSUld ft'r that hilo in the,
groiunl ns it hatulnd. We'%v got to cliotl
'wi i l hiii, that' aill of it, mid, for myily
4 ':Irt, 1'in dniin with ililines and niiiling.
1 11 stril k airk for the old f1lirii as sOli
Ss I ,t *,0 0 salfn in liiToy pirl t."
\S'.,'\', l'' hlllod to t ki., V'lln ITp,"
.-, id li i- r I ritr tli, ll 'i b g r illnil lilnlY -
-r nf thl two inrti, tiiwhen it c a eil to thf
l;lal (ti.111 i 1T -I-, "lilt I ft l it ill iliy
W lilt lii I ,i1' iiigit a ilighty foul
tih thiig. I lf I hIdn't lagro d with Wil.
ITri ldi, l) mt 0t tu IhI1l u1lit liyondl thii
,. ] I'll oih ll< ,1 tli ho t '. i .ir lll n w IJ
w :itr I o t;.ilid n itout i ll ,i|ltk ;iuld
hiiti, f r a ( i ]t, if tlhoustlaiil i1ir inl
L ,' nrilni it rilh Ilefolirn our track-
Ali)i hld."
'Tll. wa! oil]y iii'trid d tl i k6 'p tlihe
no e r up i! ) tlh,. liik'irk, iN \W ill jr .
VTiy we'll k ini bu, l t t ue hiii 'r's 'yiiiilila
thly was touit'liid, ;11d 1 111h iiswereid ar-
I ve young mly word, gentlemenn' ill
a 'ni liko thiit. I shinil nlo'r a 1onli1us
in proportion to the valuu (if your work
in thi iniip. As it is, I m11 putting
every diltr I unt, (ollniiiilld into thi,
Lntuire, aud if lily luck ruin ast yours
dil I'I I I i'ol'oui tff than yinu arer, as
b:Ln it \ifo down in De'uver dependiin
oil lii'."
It was late iti the day whleuheo trans-
fcr was maiiido, but the newt proprietor
l pulhid iff lilt ciat and wtnt to wirk a s
t( oon s lishi pretloessors left thio iwlino.
He tiaiipdil in the chaiirg of giant
powder atd tset it off, working awk-
wnrdly, as 1on nunused to such labor,
alid u illitltill ly he failed to stop hack
to a vnto dilstaince, for tihe explodi ii
llalit caught liinl niid killed him in-
The two liners, packing their few
belonging in theo little cabin near tlil
tunnel, heard theo reverberation andi
looked at eicli other.
"If he don't strike a lead, it won't
be because lie's stingy of powder," said
Craft dryly. "Come along, Willard,
let's see what the fool has done."
There was a moment of blank dismay
when they saw what had occurred.
'Then Craft swooped down to grope
among the broken ore, while he turned
uaa excialted face toward his companion.
"Look here, Willardl Lookherel It's
the lead the lead! I ay, it's a lucky
matter that no one in the camp knows
we made the transfer!"
"Why?" asked Willard, .with dry
and trembling lips.
"Because we'll just retransfer it,
-" that's ihy. H"re hI the deed in hlis
pocket. It is ino robbery to take it back
and put his thousand in its place. A
thousand ll I wouldn't take 10, 000 now
-no, nor $20,000 for my share. Why,
Willard, it'j richer than we ever hoped.
It's a plain intervention of Providence
in our behalf. To think bow near we
eame to cheating ourselvesI!"
And Willard, feebly protesting, al-
Slowed himself to be overruled by hi,
stronger innidod partner, but his oon-
solieuee was sore over that breach of
No one appeared to claim the $1,000
which the stranger left, though it was
advertised In the Denver papers, and he
wa soon forgotten by all except Wil.
lard, whom remonrse preyed upon, but
Snot to the extent of prompting him to
ustltutiton until 1 it was too late.
He was seized with a chill one day
while at work and the next was on his
bao,, raving with mountain fever.
I was known very soon that he could
|'_. rnot recover.
"It's the evil that has come of our
t" oet ery, Crafo mand it will ome 0m
a y, too, eif you don't make restlintfl.
They that are death see clearer
than the lving and 11l ye" '"-a I
won't er gquet in my qgivetaone you
hant h up thea weasowm d 0 bi her back
S er own, Ift Y lie o tt Orft, if you
pro malie e do sui' il tel, I tell you
Ui at my f&ihsspqs Mo o you till
hid~ Is*oWflp
to I& .a0 F '

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rdid tin work,
#A in the

ble OW~

w'h ie-te- MWeeele rid-d dno
Theiwas awoman ain Uthem wb6
wTs a strangeriu the Caip, hbavini only
arrived the day before, who Jiageredo
when the other dropped away one by
"Lot me drei the inarntohes, please 1
hain court plister here. I want to do
it," with a petaJuat ehildishuess as he
Aftlr all, Abe soened more child than
wonian arm he observed her more closely.
"I want to do it, becauno"-in l ai
awed touni-"they tell me my husband
nam. to his death in that way. Wasn't
that dreadful? And hbe never got rich,
ioivor made money enough to pay back
illnt l 1,000 he borrowed and take ohre
of mi as he promised, but it sooms too
had. for they gay if he had just lived
aiuIthor day he would havo owned the
host mine here The baigainu was ull
niade--juiit waiting to be flnilhied
Don't you ithik thbt i haird on inm?"
It did not nvtd the name to tell him
that %shi was the stranger's wife nor
iinclh of her artless chantlr to lint him
ill p)oslesiionlli if ill the circumstances
of her case-how it had been love at first
sight and hasty marriage between their
young pair without connting the cost:
how the old invalid grandfather, whoi
was her onlyrelative, had advanced the'
capital out of Iis own mniall store anml
thlo young hush:nild had started out ti
coniiiner fato; how they hlad wlitmtd.
hop d anlld feared, t i l icl ,.s ;ll]]!
troulil liroughit lthiiii to si1li .alls uiin'
want that sli lihad start(Id ilnt to tri o;i
runior--for hl I rovtl ftw i>inpalrs iii d 1
lliisiisml thi iiws theiiv vi'.oill lmlv told
i5 ll n wiw i5ll hlitt ll,' V htil t itury 1 i:i
tid, l( Ii r ,
Withl lli wealth it would hI no great
trouldl t winll hor, i tljhought.
Ilia wealth!
If that fool Willard wr'i living li
night say it wai liirr wealth, hit 'iitfi
1,1in \\' i'll'i.ghl tio t n.ird i h l t mi ,,r t, il
1. .-. ; l, ul K hliiso st s i ulilich ful
lowed itltir 1hil wi re thio gliistly liuntil
to writi in frii liihim, for in hloh l eitard
tlwni lih t li ii no ,w11 1 was liar.
lIl lii,ii thu li :.ii'rd tr;inamp, tramp
:now,, liid hI dwi It upoln tlit tliiltight,
aiul H lincholild lIst otlh rs lihouil litar
it as it followed liiim day alid Iighit.
Ht tried liy forco to shut. his care iand
keep the sound ot, bliut only lot hi ii
pra. this liid o 1h lied'or Imlricicaii
hlis cars with pillows and tlit, K iostly
tralulp, triuip tlhreat inod himi a thousand
Evi ry olive ili tlhe caip noticed soime-
thing wroiing with him.
lhI wnas not lhimsolf, they Fiaid. He
wli- itnf Ils balance, nad tlii girl could
do h ithr than niarry a inian w'lio .
.yiiiptouis poiilntd toward it iiisuli
a;ylhiln lfor loinii.
Dut l i over thin iR ill t lie cin tll On >aft'irwiardl
slis founlld a papir which Willaird had
hiddoli away.
It Wais te dtled of sani, ald written
till it in Willard's hal-d:
'"l)iiveredl, but st leu Iack fro theii
dc:ilt niian's piockt by Crm:t. Thu ilinin
wa>s hlis legally, as I hope to be forgiven
for miiy sliri in tho theft. "
Ni on 1 i vr knew just what passed
hbetwoi( Craft slid his wife.
It was 13ill Banks who camii along
just is ('raft rushlled out into the twi-
light, mnttering crazily:
"Thlime teps-I'll end thenil" And
with the words he sent bullet through
his b(d.
Ai to the money and the mine, of
course the woman got both without
(,gal trouble, but it was ias heir to her
first halitliid, not as Crnft's widow,
that she put in her claim.-Boston
Transcript. .

The Lest lee Ax.
The valley above San Daniano is
beautiful with a rare lovelinesa. Debris
from tho hillsides once filled the floor
across and made a wide flat area.
Through the deep bed of conglomerate
thus formed the river has again cut a
gorge, within which it gracefully widnd.
In long green or wooded slopes the
nionnitaius pread down on either side
to the fertile valley floor, village are
planted on the edge of the lower ravine,
the sides of which are precipitous, with
birob trees growing on their ledges, now
and then a waterfall leaping down over
them. The flowr of thb ravine again is
flat, with grand lawnsof wonderful ver-
dure, contained by the loopsof the Wjear
and hurrying waters,
As wo drove along, gazing at tho se
ries of beautiful picture, thus revealed
to us, we turned a corner, and a long
tendril of wild rose in full blossom
reached out from the rooks on our right
and arched the picture in. So entranced
were we that an ice ax, my companion
for 18 summers, leaped out of the car-
riage, and I did inot miss it till wq
amhbed the trystfng plaoe, where our
men awaited us. Aymonod went back a
mile or so to look for it Ho met some
peasants and asked them if they had
seen such a thing In the way. "Yes,"
they answered, "lying in the middle of
the road." "Why did you not pick it
up, then?" "Oh, why. should we? It
was not ours,'" and the next .man we
met laid (hesame. "We law It aSd left
it. Itwas'not onr." i laywhere it
fell till Aymonod found and brought it
safely baek.-Coatema poray Review.

'An O Md NIL
Mr. John Ooltnman.
Dr. to Joli Altkn.
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D P P Pimples, Blotches

Sh I and Old Sores

01 AND POTASSIUM Catarrh, Malaria -

,0 dMakes ail Kidney Troubles 4

Z Marvelous Cures- -4prob_.P..
P l-l--d VV -uPrickly Ah Pol o o1t and Pt
a I., ,lum, the greatest blood pnnrer oo
d in Blood Poison ."" ..,..o.. ,T o;
^ ..^ Mamma LiPrn*gB:not..fuh.
Syour. P. t Hot bprl Arka
r^ niiBlliiltllmdI liM ,thas donern nmore:xodthJnB t j
1-Rheumnafism tr Ine
"" Iu ir mjonths'trearmenttthat H9 1;pring
.. .. \ndr. a$ldtrebottlesO. 0 D.
and Scrofula "Aberdeenw n 0.
p.p. p. purl.ea te b doo,.balIlv Capt. a. D. Joamtom.
^ ^n_ P r. ar i n =oll l, l_,%
i etrgntlh .weaktned nerves, expels a, e/ ,on i fmay r Pi I
S dliseases.glviip the patient health and bt,'tp"{ftothsruwondiol tiroenrt Ie -
.. ... h ...ln .. h re .i..k .. Ploom P,.,.P. 'for eE rupl v n f lth9 lD-
op_ "Its "lo o ,"ss ._w"ers al"kes 900:7" suffered for several years with antn-
esllnt a and latitude lr lt prevail b sihftly end distre le eruption on
S ,ourrtr, ..ood ry .nd. mertl', dY but in vainuntil P. P. waste -
S*phlld, Ior o ngied po eion sn,.r mora 1a now ouitlrely cured.
r10l-- polm.u. arinr dy .peple, i.(d t' neadby) J.D1 JOHNSTON.
n 'I1 1Jooil ani SKIn li>ete lIse u g .a. G16i--40
blotches. ptiupln, old chronic ulegrS. n
S- Wtt.r., scald hei., i or s e kin. Caner C.re4.
ce a -we nY say, without er
eoo ontraltootat P.. ltho beat tnedtonyfromrlhenMalorof, eS6 n0.fits
i l- blood putilermin the worldoand makes -w-,-- nsdOh l .
W j d1 cased. Mess90t cs. seivlwasS57o Savannh. -*-0
l l G iisilGo: i--l I ave rl ed your P.
Loadle l h o.s v s.te ms ar e .i ,ned P. P. f r a disdeaI e of the n, I., ll
an ah..OlO...'O.y'i pue 0 .... c .* as skin n r aer th a s -_
tio. dueto en strs irremiart sta on ret it.
.I e, dcult myi t ie d by thse. won. urifi % i eablood and removes all r r
de l toni and b yoof clean pro t,. from t of Si dis s -
d o rtlestopP.P.Pand preeuta any ar lna of the
r dt P. P P.- s soreS uihtsve takenvo ibotles
ot and Potassium. dfeeI onfdent that other
-maM u "oc n3 will. ffect ,s it hs aIso relilv-d
gpp g ? a g1_ ?,, u g. g .t ,_ a me from uodlgetlon and stomach
iou n *PnO a ID thli h i r ,trn" of troubles. oursBtl"
^-Toiir oiolni, tro.I ie OlWlp. )rl O<"""- yW M. UIW.
Iwuwioas. = l e u onmatlielfrt AttorneyaitLAW -
80 irantnInrI Rim Mothe"ve Wb t
thr:ns anuk sent hundreds of di*It uMi Di i t ^
ot n S t 'oS o P'. P. an a ALL.DRUGGI.T..SULLIT.
ow- 2 =se V iy Mr0 It otdone memory t *Paa |BS- M
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SL 7 fnla .e la w d bw n
Tebs oewo&Ad tiei
; Mental lopre'
S oC -. P Pwrd si* often ,
te mramn, cusing M Issq, amenlm Sr and Oesh t
llryszas, I/mpotnesy, Lost PretS i OItstnezte
Prematur O s.l. Ivolunti- LseMs cae,]
by oTer-idiugenMOTvto tlom o tih Brin an,
Arorooutfl. Itvlisto. Weak the'
Laoorrhma and Femade Weakami. month treat
lunta, inplain M aapk br e nl, t ow address.
p.r bo, 6boxsal. th *vevy ordFr we ffive
Writeen Oarmetee to enso rotuund thB.-on
Cireulnarl. Olrlih i ine oul e
clusivo aent.

PALriiA. F LA.

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For sale hby ACKRXAr A STEWART,

Drugglta and 8 le

Aeeni.t, Palatka.


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Sick Abed'
But fliserable

Chronic Malaria
Such ia the depreing condition
of thousands of people in this
state. Months of creeping rigors,

Ingcron em,
cold ton e,w cold sweatsy hands,
no appete, listlesa, tyred out,
bil ious and genuine miserycause
the anxious qucation

.1 Malarfalt
Should Know Take
Why spend money searching at.
ter new medicine, r paying b
doctor's bills, when a single bot-
tle of the oldest malarial remedy
on the market will give instant

Wintersmith's .

Chill Tonic
Ha for generato-ms beenued in
every county in this section. It
is knowa to yom family and t
erbob Aek thm. a

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w York, Charleston and FRll- a U .S *

Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appois-4
ed to Sail as follows: .
Calling at Charleston, S. C., Both Ways' k', C
I'" t'Ne.w .ri'k, (STANDARD TIME.) VWIem.laek V5I8Svt# a
'Ier lo, li*) 8TXAMBRS. llk' "tei

.K eu ,Uaii ), isar., thi,ait3t i..-iu.....(.Iid tK k ,H Tueday ,
rildav, lir. 21111, ll at 3 |i. t .... .. ALtIK UIN .. Thusy.J
r.ileday, Aprl 2ii, at p. n...... MI INO. .....
Friday, April th, at 3kl,. ...... Roi t)KK ...... TheA1 iI
Moilav, April th, at p.3 p. ..... IROKER U I n ..tan at 14
Wedaenday, Apr1i 1411W h, 'it 3 p. in.. ......ALGO Q IN ......

ol, A %;{l ;;:, : ap. .'I K .E*l s i
Fri,ia, April 1th: att .Sp, ..... IR.UO 1.h i.......IM
tleday, A prllOti, at 3 ...... CH IOKEU : .: 1Ma l
oity. April m2401at 3P8.. in .......
*New York direct.

The Elegant Iron Side-Wbeel Steamers
Leave Jaclsonville, from foot of Laura Street, at 8.80 p. m., and Palati ,
8:45 p. Im.,daily (except Saturday) for Sanlord, Enterprise and lntermediatet
Landings. t '
Leave SAnford, 0.00 a. mr., and Enterprise, 9.30 a. m.,and Palatka 9 p. W.,
daily (except Sunday) for Jacksonville and Intermediate Landings.
General Passenger and TleketgOffler, 88 W. Day etretFrJllae Tllta ,U
M. H. CLYDE, A. T. M. F. M. IROMOONGxo3. IB., ltt
5 Bowling Green, New York I 2WestN fbI
TMUO. G. BOGR, T. M. JNO. L. HOWAII)JIM rt W f*.. e s*
i wIIng areeD, New York wnt. BIUt u stan
A. J. COLE, P"Megr Aepnt J. A. LE8-LlA. uermsdMp A i.
5 ,Borwir Oren, xow iYek M o it.soga, M lI. "MB.

WM. P. CLYDE & CO. Gen.Agt
I mIo,. Dehwir Aw i r Ale' Iphla 5 MI4 wll tl M Glea s'


Have for the plt Nlae Years been li1 'tArn
Sj roln most of Lhe BooomI, Fruit ld O
Plants of the tropics and warm countries of lh woltd.
We cannot Innumerate the various a clu of all the
rare treesand plants that wo have in this limited space;
but if interested send for ou, catalogue. It tells the
Our Stock is second to none in also and quality.
Our prices below the lowest. Make your wants known
and t dedired we will cheerfully aid you lI makingselee,
tione for your particular locality.
Whob applying for catalog we *hll appreciate It
it you will kindly mention this paper. Address
Seven Oaks. Pla.

Do You Remember This Winter's Freeze?

Not altogether a pleasant reesoiletion;
It nipped many promisingo aboes;
It undid the work Qf yearm /
S Hardly any part of the United Sitatei eaped. ,
They wore almost all "It" I
Now, take out your mapt a '
Let yoar eye rest on the Bothweeoer- ..
That Is wbhre BOUTatIBN OALFORNIA il t 4 .
And thlt isI te only lsootio that J:ak Proit Mid to' m

It Did Not Touch California I.. '
Speakingol oCillforl: It iaa a ,,n le d:
It is tbhe Spot for OboleeHoe* n"', "
And is the sureetpla eafort lveastatsl. .
The Italy of Amasies for the 3oaae awt wAi. 4 IV W'
This is a Fact, Not Fiction., '

Sw 4





,ot he never need another do, of Dyspepsia Medicine euy rele in on t'^ i
r ua after a meal, f your food is cooked with Cottoe place, an a young ma named Quinby.
You Willtom#o

0"f PM*r the new vegetable shortening, instead of lard. Yesterday the young man and the min-
ru e Creoplene aids the digestive powers-la destroydister were in Norfolk andte have
ofi Ads*so been taken to bring a suit W libel
B. ... iumpirei them, which will you choose? The genuine against ti Pilot.' Yesterday editor
te to ber urempir, Co ttoene is identified by this Small made the most abject apology
4A catch erb o b k t n r o tl bde mark--steer's head in cot.- for the publication hving learned
** bes to whak The bell d r -se' eai o that there as no foundation for the
p ibd s N t the Nor. ton-plant wreth-on every fail. story. The feeling throughout this
;bukad by their Vip- Kale section is very bitter against the Pilot,
t led byo w very good. The N. m Fair oank I the Baptist ministers' ssoiatioye-
*. rtboowlw was very good., N. IL Falrank Caaip terday adoptingr resolution demouna-
e pli, ret perfect, ad ST. LOUIS eid ClICAOd. Ing the paper. The story, it la mid,
.ie i there" alo. Mae was l eit to the Pilot by a Presbyterian
O Whe by standing on one too mlnitter on the eastern shore, who con
In at wo*ie on bwai bll fronm .... ET L eases the authorship and apologims
INSAW l obofre A*o a pi be for his mistake.
eMIslebeta younugboy,but be FAMOUS SHORT TURN WAGON WILL. REOUI t AoROAR .
id IW11ik an old man. Harry e' q.e s ..
Sdid not' do himselff proud In the on. as twesMO orC.0 .
*Jb 0to big ygto save his e Coet ioNw. ie. c., April L.- The
ad sad wthall that care the pitcher News and Courier prints today re-
porte from nearly all the counties In
onit ik a tire or two. s w outh Carolina giving an estimate of
S t wths grTat pleasure to see two the acreage devoted to cotton cultiva-
B lea0 19 lay 1 a lo" swY all M the asm In this game; but wish rally state that there will be a reduce-
S 0e 0 a l be started on time, otion in tho acre age devoted to cotton.
tht"i 4 ad Vroy likely would but for a stranger Tcetes It wimaes ovay w ly.aIn tsom
*^jl from S b tryingi DO sellacakeof preottie it will probably amount to
g Ofe t am Saval h trying to sell a cake of '. fifty per ent, in others the reduction
cor sale tohe empire. will not exceed ten per sent; twenty-
IA / SPECTATOR. WE MANUFACTURE MANY STYLES OF five per cent will probably be a fair
f,,,... In H GRAII PI SU'RO V IHIGL]S "-'itimatefor the state at large. But
wbp Is biowa p1. Alit FARR; 111 Gu -GRADz I URWuUinIK E UAwhatever the reduction in the create
tilow and o- Those who have used Dr. King's Shart hr s antd emd sprlus Ve.des a spoica it Is certain that there will be a reduc-
agooffor the -New Discovery know its value, and wuvam e&110,a a seAn oreom ion in the product. The reports from
2WMISII ^edn toe *o noth noteoTHE rnCREAMERA SCOTTo o all counties agree that there will be a
2111111111way, remarked In- those %Vbo have not, have now wilthe opW *o"say oue^o e,** **;tt large reduction in the use of commer-
a Ialit lt. o- bu p aor try it Free. Ca o t he ia Lf erutihser t
e llOdadvertled Drugglet and get a trial ______O__ NADIv_.__, e tlerMa___
a ~ UO YMorrow House bottle free. Send your name and ad- I"' ,
I that hebcebrth hil sweet- dress to H. E. Bucklen & Co., Chicago, ARMISTIOE AS ESTABLISHED.
was the i a in the q pon. He and get a sample box of Dr. King's P. P. P. makes positive curgs of all Moss W ANTED.-Highest cabh Drice. riselpel le t ntAasndre Upon sntheChlte.
o es sTsmothing els, bat New Life Pills free, as well as a copy stages of Rheumatism, Syphilis. Blood paid for all moss. For full:particulars &pam Negotiations.
h ie somethi evident of Guide to Health and Housenold Poison, Scroful., Old Sores, Eczema, address, Davies & GFleveson, Welaka LoNDON, April 1.-A Tokio dispatch
something instructor, ree. All of which ts guar- il Mos aclory. Welaka, Fla. notf to the Central News says that n the
ay ocMrred tI him, and I antee4 to do you good and cost you Malaria and Female Complaints. P. P. established armistice the principal
bet wod laugh bhis fool self nothing at Ackerman & Stewart' Drug P. In a powerful tonic and an,excellent TO LET. points agreed upon are a follows:
tore. AOL A T oosilty of the eaforoemen t of the .rmi-
,, Store. appetizer, buildingupthesy-temrapid. FOUR ROOMS TO LET. Inquire ticeoomprisenFeaTien, C hiIITIandSas ag
"You say, parson, It's never too late y. of W 4LTERt STRANGE, Tuag. The opposing armies are to matlast
"t'houaddoglook." to quitdrlking and reform For Old Sores, Skin Eruptions, Pfi-. mhl5- At Loeb's Shoe Store. the positions hitherto occupied and swenot to
tqtrmadvance beyond them. Neither govor t It
gothroug the world "That's what ay. It never pes, Ulcers and Syphilis, use ony P. preeludedfrom sakinsay new distribution
io, their every wP. V., and get well and enjoy tbhublese. The World's Fair ad arrsement of troop not Intended to
their every late. augmnat the armies actually in the Acid, but
at sems iteed W h h hur lug only to be derived from the use of atowe o l ow.. sttransportoonveyiu troops or material
Intended e, ten, there nourry, so prickly y Ash, Poke Root d contraandof war re subject toopture. Term
i r' no. Watst guess I'll wait awblle."--Texas Sift- Pky Ash, Poke ootso r or so great In leDie ltte. s tse i e weeks and expires with-
giyou ug hly, 0you in. e wPotassium.] out notiee st mieas owa April eW, provide i
sIa, have you? IronR CONS, WARTS AND BUNIONS, in power as the Rya e peace n egoetlaloae tthoe arnotbroke. of
-1 -In AtD AP..;S is the bmeanitm. T. conveontJon wM wass *med
Sk rd wag as it will, so WpWAXTRD- A gentleman sixty Use only Abbott's East Indian Corn yesterday. IA unrg Chang obtained the sis-
]ip ttab u olntlod oso years of age, healthy and vigorous, Paint. l S o m, d PALATA x. AR&xIT. n aturee asn paiptnhtiro
3I 1 retail ensiouslees wiheaompanion for the remaining Tpeae, Swoolen Limbs, atid -yoin.\ Aunt harmio t Odke Npt Li hauns
t lif o, wha l sense I so therewih ao omrn for te re aideeng g and es on the leg have nooeeoe-wooe at a stae i to the ionveontloa.
yost-baoof Buttiperha~psdays of his life. Widow or maiden Wen entirelycured, by P. P. e., the 0orrms WeO'ebdW Bros.,Cer Kirby
pe athy Yo Y may Or Ibefa bl A T .e moe most wonderful blond medicine of the and ifIaAtrneotr. WILLb REPORT FOR TURNEY.
STue o gu itl. laugh and the world fTicable. Address A. OaWLI SutALE A TAIL iAdard FinGran latd.... /

'o~ek On holook m re l s o o f thad eneredol R it lWni .on .d. .... .......:... ::to or d
b ado'ce Paat ni.cours of P. P. P will banish all1 4 Sua .............4 e o a-
i i 1t* y th wee and you- weep n bad feellogos and restore your health t ltoD Wemnrwetern etBeliesep..........::1;. tmi i n te Ora.egre erskip.
tIN CICUIT COURT FOR UTNAM perfect condition. Its eunttive powers Dry dtod Western1acks A
sp"te0 a e eprTenn. March So.-.The h Mur phy sg rd ......
S" th T A are marvelous. If out, ofS orts and in LVIt, OOClp sd in tisroe orIt l ar h 0. T

alh th e wo heo s hoo l h use'COUN TY FFTH JUICA bdhumoty ourand i t th wlowtrd D)i......r.. ib | i .% investigation into the charges and
SCIRCUIT OF TE R' STATE OF tak P. I' P., and become heath and Pieniiiam 7% ounter-hres o fraud n onton
h Ow, thme y Bt hee bwalauiders............ with the Evans-Turney gubernatorial
b a u, FLOB IDA-w CHANoCERtY. raLiona l Corned War, I ................. election he progressed so far that yes-
Afw d. y aiol h andeInteret ... ...................... FERR

t he sblMorrow lsonortbyothe nbme ot p isR mom eieBYTHA1 teDAVrdaITO it as pol .... Ile for the first time
8ami. TI he lno dooer notergnd the as e n, a l .R.. ,P rIJTAIL.:2, .....:225 to akeanest.l. ,te of what the result
mlas I beabut e ritwas not longow leof tio detsudnt, J mn D. Mre, t gag Har tr sereod Pateunts do dot. .. t3.0 would be. The action taken by three
m Uoj whole d eoo~l had gtrd To.tee? I exra Ries, Carolina Good ..................sys t4 sub committees at work in different
St b lvearotU d the old chduol pump. th t s ArosNxY o THan COMPLAI ANT of e EnglandIlack rod Cll al o v,... neyr .ram...... eral com ittee report to tJ gener
en hi beier tha t deudants ome ne oth ng, whih yr...or. l............... 2 eby a majority between 4000 and
e O ogel hold mof the pe ove entiontledouse, Jo( n V hly, Lewellyn B.t oae.* ..............a to 40 wher

torl nm hol o o dipper;d M. iu dd ba a t r .................... ..
*,h dy edtheir tit n l rroorn i.r bhirse r ,nw, r, o make Ul pIn the latest or S slyle re- t'aokers-Vanderveer A Hons '6.000
i Asked threbialt and Wl lein m 0. adeoverthepMiiaSttandahopI!". up.e of twenty-one yearseand thatleir plant of reattbPrie.ndardi XXX,..oda. the face of the return. g.gave Evans a
ord Itlite-o oad tha t th quired, at t enable Pricel.TAnon Crtakrs. ........*T maort. t70
L, 8, the liquid- cool mess efeht, o ,n wet. lewt the uilLyelMon C ackes ................ mJority .0V,
t Tinkhmn nd Wilat isher d PExtraT t.... .......

soIs ;- 3 jme s patilgoUe_1 adtnor.wldh LteN t syto n aB.k Rs easie ; ; ia,&ynde.aidsre..
"Igr atheJr tm and a few sesmeda d. biay I ln ,Ah. Mt, o.n or oee Crdee [dickmilNn-Kelner l s i. dntotdlk0 Te ........... ...toapd Pr int t o Incustr
SInAPJ. 10MMbei thego day of n rh h usip Championl......... 4.7 to AFi .. N.C., April S.ii-Work be-
"M-be reMirtpg ontheasituatoio Ao.-dodatChallengin .........3 .7to i a G.r.l, COof10
is A a mature represent furtherorderedt this order be pubo do Luu'n .............. to -b ,0 feel three s torie high. of 1te
oIMonceaweek eightcomsecutiveweeksk d.I te hith
d tIn dMo Th ra, a newspaper published r wd Vepttbies--N.IT e. sNto1.0n
ofo11114IaifWalatla, 1 X d .MM r40 go.Il omnmacee...........e to, 80~mt-gh l[, .ity Ytrn tnila. it i. t,
t the word,"though the lastwitns l a4d the seal of said Oir- do No. 9Okra sad T r Ito 1.10 be c.mnleed ad mo'chinery ruiming
L--~ 'BJOSEPaHrFRICds. do o No. IZarly June P 1.30 by
ed ae tewf ourreal cO- [L. ,] Clerk. I N 018"N do No.2Ildston Naked Belas .0to bea' for the Irtnteiiit- begrin-
A. J. t'o s;If%, Camoplmiflua's S olicitor, do No.2ilctou BrownIBread 10to
i lt," ad trotubles for the wbuol t.l-sw WHOILFIALS AND BxA]L T A plee. peotabtarrl............... 2.?gao lt AIniN.i. oC.
Mgock, look and barrel" of the echool Y.lonions IS to
IN CIRCUIT COURT, FtrF[ JU- WIES, UQUU AO ARN. Yellow slon d Per ...brel. 2.. to 9l.
Chittl l ebron for s eed....... 2.75
Will the time-ever some? iwhat PUTNAM COUy.Tx,-uI. CtN- per' 81ivestett Whiskies. A lull lia ntloideCottolens. CicNlbtis.Tc.% Leave
4'-tis? Why ,the time when we shall all CRltY. of the best brands at the lowest prices Dake Ciqptest0 ................5.... 8.40 Doubtlul goeds alone. The best
Te r lt iv te I ensation Cut PI t ............ ar easy tO ge, and cost nto
re happy. TOange t lt Investment i -FRid's. .................to30 more. Aik your dealer for
e eo ieNy, taorpot Iodof Arrow.... ..............n
Said......rt..C...............................FERRY thW......... .........
few dor.ago a man registered at vs. Mortgage.tlof North Car2lina.3o..
BhM rrweou-................. .....n no00 Bull Durham, 9eon....................
th Morrow He by the name0o "TAPPEARINO BY THE AFFIDAVIT OF 8f1ver Wodidng ..................... N50 Lucy Hinton .......................... 41
Smith. -I had no sooner noticed the To. MANK., WtLsO4, Esq., Attorney for the eepy................sgo 'Isp Carter. ........................S39 I EEDS
nI a u u k Coml lalant in above entJtled caus, that. he standard l uron ....... .400 I auty................ 3 Always th best. Known
name I became carious toknow =biseves the defendant,.Jomlis It. Dlo ere,l Ia t d. W. H a "por.......... .......... .eetr usetty ...........n............. X
w as a l t n it w aIt A n e s know n w as Tam p Fla hut Thin Po nds ................. 4 A sA e ar 1 30 tells you
I etthe Smiths.tbu of residednce ..t. o ml- TheC....x...ibhevrandywhen to plant.S
latodutl o followed, end heowastold 1does, a-thatte defenant conceal shim- The JuTrade apcialty,ouatr star...................................bon
Setth0epleassntry I had Indulged at th self that presencannot besaerved upon him0. ...P....D t
an tehat sun- na-e..Ht eepaaio tt s m ll V s i t&a Ur...................... .Do"&, Mic.
Ihe urner M o d~luao.e ablin =!o d such defendant, and that the deeeeeeooeeeeee d eeeooooeoee oo Drustoadptet, Leaf
al Am -. numr mnellol wma of m the i s-o- te .se e r nt ,02,12e1a Perlinenr cman.....................


...... 1- iw n ::,i ...

Candy Confection a.
Orange in any qnHaty p aild aippeC
short stoeM.
The eebrated andian river irimappl am'
BaiMsf on h and.
SAll goods wmrranted fresh and sound,
0.wL run

Corner LUnon andiles coa.

Easlly, Ouloi, PrmaneUty ReeML
Weak* enmea
:torIm ezosu.,41.

*Z "on an p fs ma0l t-seled)
ERIE MEDICAL GO., buffalo, LT.


Orrni, CRILL BLOCK, oVer Po to e
E ]MonIda f -tf


OMfice, over Old National Bank Dullding, oppe.
nite Pot-o0lce.
All businen entrusted to his cars will recties
prompt attention. 9-21 I
Mort~ ge Foreelses., and Practice In United
tate Court.. specialty. Jzl-tS

Baltimore and Florida


$a3 Fot146K S?

r *1sAPOLICE,3Sar .

W. L. oWlas$3&$4Shees
All our hoMs ams eqilmlly atisfactory

uNrdrc pylAmcu. SoEldb
C. A. KNOWLTON, Pomona, Fl.



Over Po*-060. ti-*t
Otter and Coon Skins
o9 To W. 8, FRY. Paltka.

* !rmwLAM11


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If; d i a N o. the ean c w 1

I h Madap-e 3*ea of County ea

S e..fltwa. i, er Masi mp hsi U als
&W, April I
bPesent: W. i. poek, -dalwma4 Bo
AL J. KennerIy, (.P.eilveri, T.W. B.a
Tbompson. John HBair Mobmintola
rs, ad Josepb Pri.leees.
The minutes of lMt regai Mtfng
were read and on motion approved. hi
W. 8S. Gtlffin appeared before the
Board asking a rebate on his vilation rep
of property. Tax paid 4.90. After Ma
Investigation found that the valuatIo On
being too high. a reduction on valua. n
t lon of $800, county part, was ordered Lie
** allowed 81.95. Clerk ordered to draw Ac
Swtrrant for same at next meeting.
In the matter of road prayed for by tO
M Mr. Merwin, it was found,that the road Pol
as petitioned for did not correspond On
with the map as filed; It a therefore
ordered that the matter be referred to
C ommasioner Kennerly, that he may
.onfer with Mr. Merwi6 thereto.
In the matter of investigation for the
,.4 i abollhment of the Criminal Court,
te r due and deliberate investigation
a, s eonalderatlon, the following raeo-
lt on was passed by the Board, and
"Me Clerk nte in d i to set da copyof
ea' each, to the Senator and two
Sepreeentattves. of this county, in
S ailahassee; also to forward the orgi-
p1titial neoiTby do Boaod to
;' Se'nator Darby by expiea: *
W as,) We have received pot
iMes s1 from dve difenet prcic of
Ibis cunty, ti ft hat the Board
?''''' aiCrard same to o ar ReprentaaV
in Ji Sbe elatur, ak (that the
Hexa. their rlsenoce with Ihat body to
i'are an set passed abollahin the
Ir al lourt of P tam ooanty.
Vomit, )ommiseeoner, would ask that
o urRepuesenatave in the Legisletnre
H ', too we teir eodeaven to ecure the
e' of anact embodyg the recom-
ed~atllof the Governor, to wt: To
S"away with the. co Wtlfon f of the
E m* m r and par ht a u a of not
ses 1tan 1 e000 per aniimo ad that
w fther reoanomead to oBepre-
i tite" t mid act .povide o the
e. .toration.i fot"rir coar.. the.
0 UwtPhe Ptaaen tis county.
A ,T' i f I Amse tle
lilaton canno" t be procured i t the
.' iSlatnre, then that we endorse the o
Opfrof 5 odpetitioners to:abolslah the noti
ltw0nal OAof Putam county. I
betitionW read from Louts Stock n
*lking for a rebate on his tax. After thi*
telderatloUOS motion refused. part
*Us Iberif, John W. agan, and Msnt
,"asph Price, Clerk aod Auditor of the
s' l Board, ame eforetheBoardand T
.' pal nbtarily offered to reduce tneir ft fol
140 ,slary daring the present cond* Ole-
t i anolil qa"s in this county,
*, o a-t.lo "at and 110en the tax-payer I
T 4910Mof e i their kum* caused by the',lJ

*Ijte toseek.feeforo teeid. |t

BedipptJwIr*th fd

mai si," ui to

reeaer UllentU
emeat of warn
th of Mbare, wh
, found oorreot as
fawrer LUloth
slatment of fn
M, ai follows:
Meral Revenue Fi
ad 11d.........
Total .........
loenty JudeM. I
tatemeot of I
mth of March.....
ax Collector Bla
ort of taxes colle
rch, as follows:
account of Gener
ne Fund........
Oense. ...........
vount Road Fund
account Bridge F
he year..........
I Tax ......
account of unt
und for the year.

I I:

I li

fy e Commiuess
ormaioq of Put
Board will pay
Sof the $900 whe

41d and york dogie
Smoriginl mornt.
he following bills
ind correct and c
ik lamstrted to di

Um w 10*19

7 4 44 t .. ,,,, ,

o A& <=m .4~ i.W@iwd sleep; a lla," egro gambler and l
A., s ,stad early
o pe old. age, h M as ae. .a ea s n We ,
l. '0004oft he use *6*4 *** e wn

Ien s ct s a b-. A t arni rf

A wtAWL knownas 1J"; I
....r.s.d. On. Anb .olu cite for s0aBB hed. o s
agio Lm 4O pm andlar p sa i*n Vi -asuetwond slight. jn.
It preeluted bhie .o.iem1 al bootlSeel. am kown Ishot
Spthe right thigh hWomsd illght
s1i were ebua ed *ldo wy,, Ponl, dmyenee i Ro m amwd
d orderd defiled. o all kindred dlerses stands was the lAM mi" kiled by

. 1, 106 AttetomeIa"tIo the change o divte gon West bay street. A Lrowd a i
10o. as dwertissmea t A. anslopr, the 1aope1wer ti the Ialam and Gesm
........ D stool o Sin *w" fpis t ol Wi latod ba
... .letd t5B rmWFol" ow Mannt'ud a ald1
LCoxe presented thiS )55U5 Mt. F riegr Will bS ~e would take. the pirtS sway from
l" Ism" to.o Wc cW alRes to-Borrow ad MondaE, Ghpn, and advancedtoward him. He
...........W0 71 *1d guarantes to save pu aser pised by Glea ,however, and wentto
ncbsd made his 1oney. This enterprislng merchant is ward a room in the back part of the
acted for nonUth of a of his word, and we suggest t th Sal nuAs adthe o ren
our meaders take advantage of one of stucks in the throat. As soon as Stueks
.. Beve. the opportunities. was hot, he rushed out of the front
.......,084 78 door o thbe saloon, and fll dead near
....... 90 71 Dr Price's Crese Baki Potwder the steps. Glenn turned and f od as his
for the .ia i D eirvictim was falling, pursued by
........ 768 06 I large crowd of negroes who soon lot
285........ Shortly after,LleutenantMinor, Ober-
....... 49 OO RIS, MATTINGO, CARPETS, ETc. iff Bowden and other officials arrived.
y School Send us your mail orders and write for on the mem and began an organized
....... 4A0056 Samples and Prices. Goods guaran. search for Glean. All the negro dives in
--, ad from S. E. BOND. the western portion of the city were
....... $7,718 4 e o earchednd about a 'clock the o*e
Srs tarted their game headed for ast
4 IMz1 V FLonA PADDACK is now Jaksornville.
Prepared to teach the New French Dlewoe. ei Bsar. w
SPalninelad i h Mamlts. Finally the murderer, by desperate
C -Ui s r" "-yi-1 *purts, scceMledin leaving all behind.
C3E BCEAM, CONFBCTION i, timy m e the eha had led into
S, BEast Jaolkodwille sad the offers were
Sathered near Hotel Boeeland, oam.
plotely *6 Mlt. Just as thy wee
directon, a little boot-black, who was
WbhmnkrwasHwken heaoo afterwards wounded. eane running up
a a vlnwsaswmahNelwaibrwases g i'and samd that he had seen th negro
M q>besheeseXI te 6 dohsaesnh r running into a barn near the hqeL
I' I Illl I /1 lloma no 1 dMinor and Lisntoneut
/w l lMier tIm r Jim Minor wen, the first to enwer, fol-
lowed byf "Itlag Jim." one of uthe nogro
pursuers, and the little boot-blak.
a 8 Glen had climbed to the loft and was
lying behind a pile of lmber, which
Sforamed an effoteal barricade. Lion-
*| f l LItenant Minor rolled on Gleann tosur-
Iflfl3 Irender and the negro answered with a
SUflThL she eocer returned the fire,
e mptying their pistols but the negro
Swa .. w. efletually protected by the pile
(SuooemorAto Ca". KOPEPB1nC,.) of lumber.
Prelteemu meeM K1UsMd.
Sm The fusillade oatinued for ten
l TAURANT minutes and of the four men who
i UT had entered the barn to arrest les,
one was dead and two were wounded.
ND The dead man bel Polioemma Minor.
Lieutenant ames 1ioor, tiwever, was
S. LTUNACH OOM stslli he ban rngaGnaw* who
SI v lan, y lna safety behind the lau ber. fd-
S* dly GIser9s s and iaed laddr"op
OYSTRBB and GAME I season. be& .botid the lebor. Thi
i that the Ulerk wanat Minor ser flts ankle give
of the Bureau of CIGABS ad TOBACCO. an way and knew tit'he pra wounded.
n t the shot that woauded the i l-ten-
nam oty that IMOL MOfll M SS I sf ut 1*l exasted Glwa' etimalon
F its proportional and the saet moat bebad swrren-
u Its bills are pro. hdered
d, oa the oighllestMaet PrieforThe liestant led thenegro tow ards
f. ofM, .Writeaswefor it'. t oty jail, followed byannimmense
dformati..l, owtoVMeS and ship. crowd elamoring for the negro's blood.
were examined, T H-r. Iif D, Later there weysrumor that a
ordered paid, the u-t % Goorgetow, Florida. mobwas farming to store the jail and
iw warrants for I Am il the nefro, ad the officers I ar-
L D. EATON I. d D. to ran noriss re med the ngro
Md Milnoes.. sesretly from the jail, rowed lm sroen d
M O.........AT. th~,U~lLe8 o It Johns river, MR dow the
H M O .A H. OMEOfPAT HM ST u gf utinA whenf t H Puad.
wsnele mu OMMou-lU B&Oox. rArAA.APrA. f t a& Tartd the ne"ro s the A e let
........... ~, where he was plae It JdL

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