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 19, 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: VID00074
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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IN.. fo b ....... ,T, C '.seesv
khepeda A Si- am e,. Pryer meting We. mm
ilitellesi '. age, dey ot ut:Ib pea. A spet ltaito. Tfo CmW 00CCII. | \Csert this tM l,
wllum d de gr w a edito easno.w a-e relmtnaa ew e t reae M mhh ;,
a 4m" be t l5So a wheloO3 The Citl Omeel oneayed ina re. a.'oeri by the bForth hstcaloa 3'
Fbupmy Cimwauoervwioes, lar region Tueed evanlan. After at the inand oppole the Gralea. tM
B T d a .y Ii ,. m. and 7:80 m. 5mb eadin, d approval oe m inutee d the dirton of 3ad m
hat h l ~~a bt 8 o'clock. Yosng Pwohlt fe s recog ndo
Lf .... npie's doutno f Chrimstian bd Bdeavor ast e ai, Pdon oeanerly he ft whGek. fet hu naognio ed wad a
idw 4:15 p.m. Peoroeei ,ene., a tthonpp llymt of ,standing o Podleta he mmber.

Satoanlver I ter e o sordially Heng astiso......Ain =s....iSS .
Bu 1 Md daiiTa c e d ph In n g O --< -en*rt Be ad -web e
kn -6,,0 gm .Ireete-.-owetl charman; Vet- ............
--M^;"). I I_ pbsme, g7'MfMs hoeA PADDACK 18 now trM., JBet. ........ e. .o...........
I O a iil^ nss B preplng to tech the New French Pollee--Vertree, ehai an; Ste~ a **... he n e
ed:. o Palnadfurnish. MatIrLa d l. phoen bae t,Ete. codsolp .orlnsoeesee mtotn e.
ived r Gas- -Hengpvld, chbalman; Howell, a. o. F ame.
wo:ho bhabeD r CIsit BlAM, Om tFECTIONS, Looe11s. G(b op............ atafjui........... em<&
'' a s' t ltphs daebito e Fire and Water-8tephens, chairman; DRY GOOD6, SHOES, GROON.
O]M Be r wot tBmS 'Rev. W.KH. Mabry, of the Methodist Cole, Haters. BUS, MATTING, CARPETS, .
clerk eler b m Chen rch d:::d: otl :n: Ordmance-Dunn, chairman; Peter- Send us your mail orders and write for
,, ZmL & Oo., Philadedph. mon Sunday evening, which we both Tewer anl Drun-J-efords, Chair- Sped from P E. DOD,.
S. iterestinbg and instructive The man; Bay, Loomia.
O,, fpatronI of th t tl aterior of the Chnrch was handsomely dinitary-Estes, chairman; Ray, Pe- The guards BalL
SO JiMany patrons otheeoma-
p ret the consteous andoSing decorate8, and the alreadyy clhor ot erman. The long alked of ball of ohe Gm
4 .nnroT Bet ry Cowtrt. the d illng w trekahened by the rddtion of Bonds of clerk, treasurer, collector, Citky.Guards h. transpired. It w .
S.-. erk. nNever too bues to cofert rir i.y Mitchell, of Brtos. The ald tewsor and chief of police were read, splendid success, socially, as every one
coor, wf h least woI r by eede Bas tt and Mithell were examined and approved, who attended- express the afair M as
o- everbldy, heha ined lheasa word f good. Altogther, t&e service wuas Mayor Grooms' message was ie ad as delightful one. Charming music'was
feondhp of an ppritenve publdsip. ofatan~ id iVmpubeoplub follows: furnished by the Third Artillery and,
To the Honorable City Council of the and until a very late hour tlid the
SaE ; a ta.n .- thp-ginmerry gues A enjoy themselves...
Souanther Iythla, t ackeovlnpa e OUakI e oREH No Gx x--You have been chosen Waterthearsurtake i
devoted to the order of Kaghts of blla or dppl ben ind thegoare not ap the the,lepgcletive beard of the sley Wh a
the' Ulm, order of ngh

WVhis paper. 'The ,Pybaraa T a good pa. P pries o ouony you are rTHouses to let and for sale. Apply
Ip 4 ad d weaerr Ih Xthen orood tre eeu ,obu t they'll confronted with unusual duties and to P oo Cnneely.
2er, an eseres to t anthee renhib ilities. llaW Jm a- A
p dl 1- -- I1resse have robbed our country I S"W NT.E --A situaion by an el.
S\Dr. Prif Clan PWt o her mne vitl oprm of wealth for drly m a, but acive. Wll undertake
's *s a* M rtwils, whlh will e very kenly felt aythinK, with a obtnce for advaqce-
r- .. r "* "l only wll r e o r e mot. Addre s B," are Tlxns
.lt. fiUadoal anre, t the laborer ,the HALD
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... recommend and insist habt the present wm and nMA ues meogavtbaw.
A I administration be as economical i its
expenditures as is consistent Arith the
necesotites of our city, and that the
Or* 90 A" M S SOWA 11111P 7 burdens of the people be made as light
iS O PAN s & na u our necessitleam a nity will permit, List of UndfaliedIetters
yet at the same time carrying on such Remaining In the PostO ffu, at Pa.
m orovoomente as are necessary to the latka, Fla., for the week ending April
growth, health and prosperity of the 312,8 : .
-. city. ,5 GeM'LIsT.
S_ .-- Its tab tolutely neoemsry and ndii- erthev, Fdle Craft, J W
yL. .. ,tn_ penJableto uqt thecity In a goodisaul. Cobb,1lad Chenowetb, H P
St.Ge ge Hotel, eaya dae A possible,
Cthe hot sTRALOo s rapidly appraebipg.d .am jskleonI
PCz zaNT R Mz anufacturers should be encourage de R ee84 m Jackson, B D
LINO-Under w o t; sD I V toulode in ou r h mdt,and It fpoel, Va&&bewsWUH MIlsFrd
LINE ner E r Na p under the circumstances, ehouldbe to-eroo A mo mWa
JA o G. MPre J. .-_ order to encouragethe U da foster rmeu, 9rank
J A tg. A M BL4a. -P *o '* ota a i n Jack isuarid
..r ouh interests, for a term of years. Nomian, botthillo, reasonn Taylor
THOROUGHLY RENOVATED, CLEANBD 'pd BB-FUINISHED in As an actual nc ssit sidewalks to ri, Datiel ltevn k L
every department, maklog the aoooImodatione flnlase, and cuisine noex. should be made and ez;eaed on many Williams, C Thompson, Lawnrea
coptlonable. Electric lights, exelient sewerp agid pure water. Having be of our streets. AD.m s' oI swr.
ed withe for ,hmetf I should be pleased trecommend Mary Do on
of pleasing.. his patros.. RA, 10 d .per day. meats of our city, especially the eb.or Mamie G, auden,
-- .. lisomeutof a system of sewerage, and Huthowinon Calile D Murray,
!* 11 A M l lrr r nT rIn A %^ ~ hope tha somethjlg will be done In ProweL M Bobbins, Annie
this matter during the year. Your Seipwarl, B S Stephens, Ellabeto.
I RS V 'A M EI R Y D A Y, efforts m such improvement will have Taylor,,efy "homas, W A
Smy hearty co-operation and support, Toly, i Weertman, M H /
-DEALER t- "and am open to any eaggestionu Man W n, Jsse B. .
consideration of any method or system Persons calling for thq above lett er
S for the improvement and 'beltermint will pleMas A "ADVRMISD." \
of the conditionseof our iulty. Respect. W. P. ANDzRSox. P. 34
a ranfly, B. J. Gaooet, Mayer.
IGr aiilo *UVUi )' A oonmmnnicaliuD was received from I'J. H. Wrur, of the wel known
S- the Palatlas'Ar Department, notltytng arm of Hqtng Wylie, Interlachel,
the Colooll of t*eelection of- eprt Me., was to ) ibealtythlisweek. Mr.
Sasp oseurs, a d said offleerne Wylle Waho few samples of bolo
.... oamod. raw n eh were wo "i 6
SA oemminlesaen was also received bothW a4 a boted. AWIt*
Brick. Lime. tW a"d11 Hair. .Wylthee.,mepntme., ,e ,ne lu, IteSrl a.en. t "
Orange' Its" 01 10 4 I'o Itm p e. n Te. w. ,Aip h bee e
b5er- w oa m a to lk Tm aM WM for THw0,rft I II d *0Q r of ",
SPine. lde and New m du ... if .'
wsw* reed te ordered paid* of .k
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A YOUNG BRIDE'S NOBLEB Ri rooms ather a plns t edLetl speW t
SOLVE. in familiar eonveMe There wre a
signs hung in the overbdledla skies
that intimated the apprseeh el a bliss,
OvBUcoxEM AN INFURIATiD LAiw- sard. But ere the ueceeding morning
LoRD-RzscuKs FROM A RAO40 dawned upon the city the buildiurg
DI;EASE Two MOTHRERLE88 where mortals slumbered reeled and
CHILDREN-REWARDED rocked with a storm that raged without.
FOR HE NOBLE Morning came and brought no abate-
nmet of the storm All day long Its
IDVOTION, whistling sound coull be heard, as the
Amid the gathering death-shades of wind played with shbuters, or swept
the summer. of 189I a southbound over the loof of building. As the
train pulled into a station of one of day stole on the young wife was startled
the rising cities of Texas. In the by a slight knocking at her room door,
throng of travelers that alighted from which she answered by inquiring
the train was noticed a young and "Who's there?" Through the key-
handsome man whose dress and watch- hole came the voice of a child in di-s.
ful manner pointed him out as a corn- tress, who asked to be admitted. The
mercial traveler. Resting upon his door wua opened, and there stood the
arm, and following hisguldance, was a little motherless boy; tears were chas.
beautiful young lady, whose stylish ino each other down his cheeks, and his
bat still bore the bridal emblems of voice trembled with child-like emotion
her recent marriage. Besieged by as he said: 'My poor mother is dead
botel drummers, the gentleman edged and I am sick. While she was hith us
his way through the surging crowd, in our home I used to lay my head
until the baggage car of the standing when it ached in her lap; but she is
train was reached. After giving direc- dead and gone now, and I have no one
tlon as to his baggage and sample upon whom I can lay my head." And
easa, the two turned and entering a then looking anxiously into the face of
toue were driven to one of the leading the young wife said, "Won't you hold
lbotels. On entering the office of the my bead in your lap?" There was the
hotel the gentleman was at once recog- evidence of such deep emotion in the
nised by the clerk as one of the enia' language of the sorrow-stricken child
commercial travelers that frequently that for a moment the young wife was
visited the city. After the cordial con- lost in speechless grief; but, taking
gratulations that followed the formal the sick and sorrowing child by the
introduction of the young wife, he in- hand she led him to a seat, and placing
formed the clerk that upon his mar- his head in herlap spoke to him sooth.
riage he had determined to reverse the ing words of comfort. The little boy's
general oriler of the modern bridal bead was hot from the effects of a rag-
tour, and, combining business with ing fever. A closer inspection of hisb
pleasure, his wife had consented to ac. face revealed the presence of dark
company him in hi rounds. That ur- spots under the skin. The suspicion
gent business compelled him to visit of the young wife was at once aroused.
the merchants of the surrounding "Could it be possible," she said men- 1
towns, and that during his absence his tally, "that the boy Is in the first stage 0
wife would remain a guest of his house, of smallpox? The attending circum
and expressed the hope that she would stances all pointed to this probability. a
find the pleasurable enjoyments of But her true womanly courage did not b
h ine life during her short stay. The forsake her in this the hour of apparent I
* clerk, with that studied graciousness danger.
that belongs as a necessary grace to She determined to notify the land-
gentlemen of his profession, assured lord and communicate to him her sus- .
the trusting husband that his young picion, which ahe did. The landlord
wife should receive every considera- listened with evident concern, and be-
lion of kindness due to one who had living her suspicion well founded, he
secured as her companion for coming at once declared his purpose to have the
years a gentleman who had long been little boy, his sister and their nurse
numbered as one of the welcome removed to the Pe-t House, and lea.-
guests of the house. They were ac. ing the house, he darted out into the f
coraingly assigned to the most ele. raging storm to procure the necessary a
gantly furnished room of the house. authority. Leaving the young wife no
The husband spent the next day visit- opportunity to enter a demurrer to his
ang his numerous customers in the city, unkind purpose. Again did her cour-.
and left the next day for adjacent age and sense of duty come to her
towns. The young wife in the mean- res-ue. fhe determined to prevent, if
time had made the acquaintance of possible, the removal of the children.
the few guests of the hotel, and felt a Communicating the intention of the c
natural satisfaction that she should landlord to the nurse, of whom she "
be agreeably entertained during the hoped to make an ally, she called the
, shot absence of her husband. Among littlo girl into her room, and the nurse
the guests that remained at the hotel promised to join them in a few mo-
were two lovely children, the eldest a ments. But being informed of the
girl of six years and a boy of four. The purpose of the landlord she became
young wife soon learned that they were frightened and fled. '.he young wife I
the children of a wealthy planter; that was left alone to resist an infuriated
their )mother had died recently; that landlord, armod with the demand of the
they were then in charge of a nurse, law and determined to remove the chil- i
while the father was absent arranging dren. Locking the door, and as a i
his large property interest, with a view further protection she pulled her bed a
of taking his children east and placing against it, and awaited results.
them in the care of relatives. The The landlord soon returned aud de.
young wife bad been reared amid the manded that she unlock the door, that
wild mountain scenes of Virginia; a he might remove the children. To ths
land where crystal fountains gush from demand the young wife replied that
their prison of rocks to throw their she would not unlock the aoor; that
cooling benediction over landscape the motherless children should not be
and fill each mountain gorge with removed; tha It was his duty to pro- a
harmonies that flnd their counterpart cure a physician, that the condition of
only in that land whose musig is said to the sick boy be fully determined before
be the sound of many waters. Her deciding upon his removal; that is was
youthful days, spent amid the beauties a cruel Intention to remove the sick b
and sublimltleb of nature's own erea- child while a raging storm was prevail-
tion, and in the association ot a people ing, and thatthey should not be takenC
proverbially known as a liberty-loving from her room as long as she had
people. Far removed from the cold strength to defend their rights. In
conventionalism prevailing in the vain did the landlord remind her of
crowded centres of populatlod, she the danger of resisting the demands of
had grown to womanhood under condi. the law; that if she did not consent to
tlone that made visible all those at. unlock the door he would be dnven to .
tributes of womanly grace that con. the necessity of procuring a policeman
atitutes the crowning glory of her sex. to brake it in. To these threats she
With a heart strong with cords of sen- replied by reminding him of the dan.
ability, ready to respond to every wall ger of breaking Into the room occupied
of aorrow,and a courage that knew no bq a lady. The cool and wise counsel
pathof retreat la the hour of duty. of the young wife prevailed, and the
The motherleMs condition of the two landlord set out to procure a phyecian;
children at once excited in her heart a but he faded to procure oie whose en.
sympathy and a tender solicitude foa garments would permit hims to make
their welfare. the visit before the nextmommig. Thia
That dreaded diese-- smalLehiz- left the youtlf wife and children in a
was raging In the lower eed~6 of still more desperate co!litloa. The,
the city, and many fea Waerts being day had worn away, ad Uithey had been
entertained that it ,JM^svlope the without food, and their elease de-
entire city. A $ syspiltal wuas pended apo the decision of the ex.
erected beyo ifeits of the pected phyelami. Bst she wa deter-
y -.i mes!e"ars to pre. ined to matke a Wo MMt would li
..eae. This n the meiln tS drea. They .
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paid for all moss.
address, Davies it
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remtaed, m the ,.
w lariformed of I
the ywasmg wife a,,
gratitude at ithe at.
of the noble womip;
husband and wife ,a
not, however, uni>
had been intf.rmin
In a few day i
drenm lnarnei'ih,
In an adjuiiIng i--'.
visit him He fou
by his devoted wit
ering. ti inform .
not remain with i,
that he hd lbru
wife, and handlu
that it be not ou
ure. In a few ho,
and the anxiety tit
centered upon ib
opened and f und
one hundred acre-
of Dallas. Inquiry
mation.that the pr.
located and was
lady still holds titih
increased in value.
be worth $8,000.
for heroic service
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the warp and nli
which roth na h
necessary lhad- at.,
Ammt,j the mtm
tractive ladies set i.
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stores, non, ) ave
cereal aitcntion t i
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culture- intellign,
admiration of a It
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-,pidly reov-Clevelanod, New York nd UIosetoL
bat he co-uld For ftll Informatioo l on nal
,n afew hours gent orraddress
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bar qneted L"...611ff11 r esg Pn th T, oc P 11T
S ill his depart- c-.. '
lie father left, A ea wu eN Tet1eiT* p ra
ed and wife That Democratle wonder, the New
e Idd wt Yort Weekly'World, has jut ehlnged g. y .-,
ia e its weekly Into a twce4wk pape
near the eland you can now gt the two pas A
iht the nfot week for the ame old p rice- 8.1.00w

S York right at your door fresh eve
gift. It has hrtee days-104 papers a $ear. U A
t.Aid now to Whe h made arrangement bywhich At
T!ome reward we can fulnl Tan Ten HinWAT -o
ane. tw w iue ie wek N w York World
all for only $1.75 a year. 1Hre is the 96ndsw i.,iagwaJ
ntmentestlo; opportunity to get your ownlocalpaper ,,
all fact, to and the New York World twice every *
i. added but weekat extraordlnarlylow rte. Ot M Oney by-
B The St. George, under the manage
uant and at ment of Mr..JamesGamble, formerlyof ,,
he treets o the range Bloom, w open the n om to th
,oers of the public. First-classsatisfaction guaran- 1O 1 f. m
A'l such uni- teed. o a bip
whose grace- 41- "
heanty and 3Havian resigned the office of State u n h
tain Attorney, I bave resumed the practice t
skes her the of law in all its branches. uA .'9
'le of newly W. H. WIoo.
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C Crbility, and .ioltotM lt lt.y a.d.t.
,ltionof this. on.T.. 3M. in, =ix
en furnished .-IGN'OF...-- 4 at ,ir
.,ud to now. he0 t t A
11.i I le Bcr Coffee It t5. A IiI.IY
.Teive," ppffee Pot'i N negligee Stieto
M`A Full and Ctomplete Line of
10, 18906. T'VES, LIGHT HARDWARE and 'i.
FreNWARI which must be sold.
ii T Wti ll pay 1to Insapect this stock, as I keep
,tt powt. nothingbutthefbeatofeveiythig. t o m g W
PlumbTig, Tinning and as Fitting
' InM ai .' exeated in the most approved style,
hei y promptly and at, low price. t
. tte Doln't fortir the pStce. 8t an of the P ta
ishmaite BI Coa Pot, Aemon Str'ee, between
rut now be o"ad d Thte d':
,the ,k eomn A T
f Produe older P odu eS l
v. Stamping Thor quyto-hu rs our,
oif thS and a0i
,ken for the a aar ifarsty D' tn e liliy a, n Ai a l 1 ir i
l's lorlet I '(A ny i.lK, I'wtoh lit l tlll ,nd ". -
Taylor Dr s rei ortNas .r ik un. Mna l a m. .1
erse-maker In or owt for tilt t l .t 1.anna htent or
ken aud sold .i.w.r fr ni lnen i..r. e Aat iMie
fe28-tf to' MIt s'a d a
switches and R U3f.H A eA L :I IA 0' y owrYOg
relve prompt M1 HOIIt BET. i
MiSts FLO]RAI Letters au owel* iriolniplly. iteIl]mc ind' r' *'*'

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horse brand Chinese Laundry,
|ecially pre.
persons and Front Street, Palatks. Fla. ,,
at" The til Putn1m
."nts. Acker LING WAR, Proprietor.
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KIov E f"qtX, 2 1 Thoroughly Re-furnished and."

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d 1. dle.. The music and merry-making
bieo~ he od ol svd times.
W took in the sIe ghts of the beaut-eqe

l l f land enterpritog cty of Hawthorn
a few days ao. Somne of the buseirea
he r men ay that their businee bhee fallen
Swill of more than alfd soloaince the freeze. Webut
notIced that most of the 'ood old times
Say tter of lefre situg on hair wa step smoking or

b ~i'tlasqpaieewhere I was whttli lie real vankee. o E
othngmuch to remind e ise Morn, two of Edgar'u
w mot beautiful and accomplished young

Sm ol eand o Mr Jdayson luaomeo. t of e bus ne of
akOwandtfrind pupisayls their busin'aesscatbsfallen
soa 'will be off more therbhal since the freeze. We

i b lade notice d th pleasure on the trp and ta speedy
anqdtarter of a nil-e tere sitting on .ueir &teps smoking or

Sd t wherh an ease whttl Paulie .Nah left last Monday
S hesonshutog. They Misses Mor, where he ndgar to
S teir h most beautifuad accomplished yun

mallde irlwel. Joe and Andrew Morgan, promiingq
S ainoe little city of ladioung men eo Kaolin City, were in thil
psam place; l .d a l Sunday lstr dBy.
S th will prevent Judson Butlere,Eq, of this place, tookne of
Ssaversall use which the sights of thels city of agiventhorns
dlool mates and friends go t eon Saturday last. hrogh Georgia

In Fl rd a nowtha t N oah Call, Esq., visited Palatka this
SaUstsfy them that A ganlal and much welcome shower
Its, that some- It was mh needed by the growIng
athae a be groiwn.. much pleased e fe oripange tseedyha
St p;lowinag for oats now; "'
d. The weather mak I Ther home in future.
heavy frosts the past Nearly everybody needs a good medl
|mI( Onry thls morning SB clne. The impurities which have ac-
" reele Lake Erie two mhles comulated in the blood during the cold
I*lgetioo Is not yet open. month must be expelled, or when the
s. aq as lose htre as any- mild days, and the effect of bracing
Snet t lrry here long, but air s lost, the body tis liable to be over-
0 r ators to oar own sunny come by ebbilty or some serious dHawthorn
ipiloe the looe sooutry. the ae. The remarkable succeeds achieved
40 -LI',y 9ood's Se thatA ,genia and much w elome shower
Ma" and many tr woilb ds of prseeted has reoneiveday make
l| o tablyate sombee It twoa muconeedee.d by the growing
ase w anebe wn. that tops gtethet medicine a trial. sWea
---- ---- -, -r;ats-n-w;.have sprouted. la.. DAWKINS.

-14 I fe I sur It rll do ou ood. Bead the
d. Th i w either is a a publts ed in behalf of
11111VT trusts Itbe PastfNearly everybody needs a good mtdi-

tulty thois morning 2'8 clue. The impuril all ties which have ac-

nd O T. grateful people. They td, or whe story.
amnicl ore uany- mild Weakys, andrm the ffectrs gain strngt

S ypeo o tear owng aon d soM use g Joblity on's Compe serioustnd-
S"t-dio htle healo flntry, the s o. The remarkable sutedh givinged

S a t by ongth to mother and child. or many
.MI o aw d A kerlfan w WO o f prao i dIt has re ved m a ke
mlW wa i thatato k.eaU mdictarial. We
W44t etmonilals published in behalf of
lD SM r eMa i people. Th ey toll the story.
M^ .ihyfeeh ant th so dndesily digeste, giving

M ifrom every bog, pool or sewer, until
the eyntei Is saturated.
You ow aft 10f RO LMY

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*iffrnffii00s. DIli1 U onUeM .

unru' I7 l eetmn^ -- i t a or
V* i~oW 1 0toke In ASe
It eas mrethl suit rheu ,
e N"a ors MilNMd dyspspmea,
mla kidb eM idlvr oompslant,1

iMw 3d. don't pug it of, but
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It Isa rus ChUI Caroleoombiaation with
liver Toni When roptrly taken It never
falls to cure th most ietleam of Chl
and Paver. Whom others fall It will cam.
It i pleasant to take, and oonlalu maniM to
injure th most delicate SImn. Bab loaM
Iteasily; As a IMD it t wlto t a quaaL
aranuilAd by your drugis.
Pris, cents par hettl.
VTa & CO.,,mott mgaTm.

o Pa.aead satus e t

Ersktno H, Reynolds loreolosur
a. of
Jona*tunC.rMley st al. MortgaP.
JANT havng *soatd in a tde t difly dled
heresa his bell! ha the dtsndl t. L.wmliT
Slmha.l s* oa* th* of twey-on,
Marble aid lStiown

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Marble and Stoho

F. 0. BROWN, Pormm ons.
All kinds of Cuwrrani Woar In
Granite, Ma Iron and Wire Fenc-
Ing, Ac., b"aIehed at reaonable
prices for rl a work.
Conetete Vas oft Artistie Pattern
and very cheap.
Ofie and Works: t. Apgutine,
Fla., comer Sn Maroo and Pine us.
Uorrenondenoe mlieled. myv-tf

pyt wToman a

etoedi -Iienor 'schools or based
colleges, whero iHiet or no attmentot is
paid *o the lit'-rAry branches. At
there is given Commercial Students
eot only a ve-y thorough Business
Care, but all member of the Bui-
a" O0uieM have ooess, without ex-
ra ohaarg, to the Uterry Clases.
The School baa eommodloqu build-
logs, a full suppi of aptaus, a goon,
LIorary and an excellent CORPS OF
The work in all departments is of a
high, order. Excellent opportunity a
are afforded for Vocal and Instra-
mental Music, Telegraphy and, Short
Shorthand Is free to all Students lt
regular litemry or business coutres.
Expenses are'low. Good board tei,
dollars per month.
The discipline of the School is unex-
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Next term opens SEPTzMREn 18.
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imt, freight paid, by

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a. S]R Childs,
Deals In FIrst-Clas PIANOS and
ORGANS. Goods sold for cash or on
The Tuning and Repairingl Depart.
ment a Sp4ialty. All city orders at-
teided to promptly. Orders solihtled
from the country and surrounding
tow s.
- Headquarters at OocuAR'S book
tor. e. alatk, a. .

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Who -a nm V|rlMW w ima
man e d vohT -tie p'agr eam t bik
been made In the art ad Msleone.o
the pat few yrs almost conamce
ame that nothln Is Imposlble; people
a* m slow to argue now that new devles
will not prove suoceeful, whereas in
days gone by they regarded dubiously
Say attempt to Improve things that
were already considered as perfect.
Siviliuation is prepared for surprises
mnow, especially In electrical inventions
and improved labor-saving machinery,
or we may with greater; propriety sy.
that nothing is surprising.
But who would have thought that a
tropical tree could be made to flourish
ia a lad of snow and ice? F. N.
M' ller, a loyal Tenmessee Democrat,
Swo fills an Important' government
poeitlin in Washington, has accom-
plished in this direction what Florid.
ians would scarcely have dreamed of.
On March 5, last, he planted a num
ber of orange seeds; they were planted
In rich soil, and after a brief period
two of them came up and are now
growing nicely. One has four large
green leaves and the other is just be-
ginning to sprout. When it is consid-
ered that there were several light falls
of snow in March, besides ice, it seems
remarkable that this result should niave
been attained. No ereat attention has
been paid to the cultivation of these
,. trees, and notwithstanding the fact
that they were subjected to the rigors
Sf March winds and biting cold
weather, thcv have flourished admir-
ably. Mr. Miller has no set plans for
the future as regards orange culture,
yet no doubt be contemplates a thriv-
ing grove in the District of Coluinhia,
ano he may be good enough to ship a
few boxes to Florida should the pits
Jess elements again lay waste our

Corre pnMdenoe Times- erald.
The chief feature of interest hera
last week was Ithe Jockey Club bill, of
which so much has been said, and of
which so little is really known. It was,
in ls original condition, a highly com-
prehensive measure, designed to give
Jacksonville a mammoth race course,
with all the modern improvements.
The bill was very loosely drawn-or,
S perhaps, very carefully drawn-and
'i was so worded as to give rise to sue-
picions that prize-fightinc and "glove
contests" mjght become permissible
under its provisions.
The bill was so heavily amended that
its supporters refused to recognize
their own offspring, and finally repu-
diated it by laying it on the table. The
vigilant member from Volusin, Major
G. P. Healy, was one of the "fist to
attack .the bill and one of the last to
relax his bold upon it. For this he has
in certain quarters been somewhat
severely criticized, but none of those
who have read be( ween the lines of
this bill see anything to condemn in a
course that was eminently straight-
forward and manly.
Briefly summarizel,'Major Healy's
reasons for opposing the measure were
something like this: In its prginal
form the charter of the Jockey Club
was to run thirty years, under existing
laws, and as the organization had the
pojer to sell pools it follows that, in
s apite of any changes that might have
taken place to public opinion during
that time, the club could have gone on
Oen mIg 900ol rooms all over the GStte,
and a the very shadow of our churches
and lnsttutlone of learning. There
S wt also several other gaps in the bill
that It wae thought wtli to close, asd
wh theae- grave defects are remedied,
9 tt will have a oliance of rununng the

S There isa no doubt that the proposed
as s course would be a good thing for
S ,TlMonville, ad it is equally olear that
Sth pool-seling should be coanfined to
t at city, anad Lhat the bill should beep
/'il dll .se to prevent any cnegs Ah
sf. lilahton to affect ia poyri,, .
eTo. have alra'4 et a(l she defeat
of enastor Daeby'a bi5|t g for

'ad of
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le0; ad ittwam orSe me sse mm tMr.
Deshy mod Iae eemWeM se Of
uM. pbIpmpa,, (ese .t- the
relief wes elsy fr the teh and pwer-,
fl, whi=ehof tbil extezfeWVd

of th other bil the bat Iaght be
fored to.bomtw Maoty to pai lateral
for rihk ooratimos already In default.
It a only just to Ool. Oblpley to my
that he stated that the Loalsville and
Nashville Railroad had paid Ikt taxes;
and that Bsator Eirteidge declared
that the 8. P. & W. would take lo ad-
vantage of the relief 1.
The Senate bas spent meet of dihe
day in executive session, diecussng the
case of e-Sheriff Browarq, of Duval,
who wishes to see reversed the action
of Gov. Mitchell Ip removing him for
alleged malfeasance In office. The ad-
n'lnistation muot get 17 votes out of
32 to win, and it as evident from the
long delay that Mr. Brbward is mAlng
the hardest kind of a fight.
The House this afternoon received
the report of the committee on privi-
leges and elections in the Osceola
county contest of Oliver vs. Moseley.
The majority report recommended the
'eating of Oliver,, after
a spirited debate, was adopted by what
is called a "unanimous" vote. In other
words, many members refrained from
voting at all.
The Senate committee on privileges
and elections in reporting on the
Fletcber-Elartridge contest presented a
resolution declaring the latter duly
elected. This resolution,on motion of
Mr. Palmer, of the 14th, was referred
back to the committee for a report
Thursday, which gives Mr. Fletcher an
opportunity to go before the committee,
which he has not as yet done.
The House bill abolishing the office
of weights and measures was passed
to-day, and in the Senate a bill piohib-
iting compulsory vaccination was in-
A Household Remedy.
And it never fails to cure Rheuma-
tism, Catarrh, limples, Blotches and
all diseases arising from impure blood,
is llotanic Blood Balm. Thousands
endorse it as the best remedy ever
offered to mankind. 'The thousands of
cuses performed by this remedy are
almost miraculous. Try it. Only $1
per large bottle. For sale by drug-
gists. bee advertisement elsewhere.

Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Werd's Pair Hslihet Modal n DlploaM

Jacksonville lady 1m ana.zettlng Advem-
tare with' a nhrIter.
JACKxONVI.LIC, Fla., April it.-Mrs.
W. 1). Alexander, who with her hus-
band. rooms at the residence of J. C.
Purdy, in Riverside, a suburb, of Jack-
sonville, had quite in exciting adven-
ture with a robber Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Alexander wade alone in the
house, and while &ittiug at the door
heard stealthy footsteps and as she
arose to see who it was, she heard two
bounds on the plazza and a man stood
before her. He demanded all the mon.
ey there was in the house and when
told there was none went and tried
another door. Mrs. Alexander scream-
ed and the robber jumped back at her
and demanded the keys to the door
which he found locked. She refused
him and,, seising her by the collar, he
pulled out a knife and made two thrusts
at her. The first thrust struck the
steel in her corest and the second a
whalebone in the waist of her dreas.
He then threw her aside and she fell
on the bed. The robber evidently
thought he he had killed her and go-
inR into the next room made a hasty
search through a trunk in search of
money. Mr. Alexander and Mr. and
Mrs. Purdy returned home two hours
and a half later and found Mrs. Alex-
ander In an unconscious condition. It
was fully an hour before they could
bring her to enough to tell her story.
eretaerr OreshIm snfoumd of the trety
WAsamIIox, April 17.-Late yester-
day afternoon SeeretAry Oresham re-
ceived a cablegram from Minister Duan
at Toklo, Japan, confrming the proes
dispatches that a peace trety had been
signed hy Japan and China. The mee-
age w- terse, and simply stated that
"'ee negotiations between Japan and
na were uoneluded today."
tetrel 'emp Aruiese mt *eatsal.-
BsAzseo DoRCva4, April tY.-9ener-
al Martin Campos arrived a t resat
aame yesterday.

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sotlaa ewi fol way,-daem ei o

te take eantLbean
d"re t froI t eMGts bo m eSe
pills, with their gripln sad violeeoa.
For Indigeation p in stomach,
MtiveDne sad habitual oomas t1p.
as well as lo and billow he
theee "Pellets" bring s 1hallea0n
~4ue thatithe : oan grgmna
Your money rturnd if do
not give satisfaction.

To every sufferer from Oatanh
no matter how bad the eas or of
how long standing, the propietom
of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy say
this: "If we can't cure it, perfectly
and permanently, we'll pay you *$00
in cash." Sold by all druggiata.

Oosamlioder MUlo r ends Mmwe latnre.-
Utomas into the Inomoe Aseoment. '
WAsrs oTox, April 17.-Commission-
er Miller late yesterday afternoon Is-
sued an additional circular to internal
revenue collectors in which he says:
In cans of Incorrect Iaconm t returns now
fled in your offoe, you will notify the permo
who fled such returns that they must appear
within a reasonable time, spetifying bhe date
and place fotr appearance, and Correcot or ex-
plain such returns and that on their fWlure O
appear and make suh correetions, you will
correct and Inorease the amount of euch re-
turns, static tbhe particular correottlns whiab
shall be made and the amounts by wbhic ald
returns will be inreased.
Where persons ad corporations liable to
make returns ave neglected or ftusee
to make returs, sad where yous n
false or fraudulent returns have ba lld
you will give native to the dellaqamss and to
those who made such fraudulest tus
to appear and show eause why peaoltieshal
not be assessed ainlust them.
chleago's oGrom qilr MewspapM era.
lisher Passe Away SddeIlr*.
Naw YonU, Aprill .1-Mr. James W.
Seott. of the Chleaoo TimsIeHerald,
died at the Holland house at 8 o'clook
yesterday afternoon. The case of his
death was apoplexy.
His death was as peaceful aa It w
unexpected. Mr. Scott arrived in this
city from Chicago last Friday evening.
He was accompanied by Mrs. Soott,
and their niece Miss Grace Hatch.
Mr. Scott was then apparently in the
pink of health. It was his intention to
s-pend a few days in New York and
then proceed to Cape May and after-
ward to Virginia beach. From there,
the SoottA Intended to return to Chi-
cago. The trip waa intended purely
for recreation.
Goenral Over Guar li-R-eparet roem
Many of the Coumntes.
ATLANTA. April 17.-A terrific thun-
der storm passed 'ever Atlanta lat
night. The lightning and rain were
accompanied by hall. The ball storm
was general throughout this section.
It was unusually severe at Forsyth,
70 miles below here.
At West Polnt,Ga.,a white man named
Jones and a negro named Washington
Fannin were killed by lightning. They
were in different localities. The hail
at West Point injured the small rope
very much.
he Attermeys for ete Mtarder or ftaSe
Kain Making Every orfft be save fa
MrInIWAroLru, April 1.-The attor.
neys in the ease of Hayward. accused
of the murder of Kate King, have sub-
mitted the motion for a new trial on
briefs with the argument. Judge
Smith will unquestionably deny the
motion. An appeal to the o apme
court will then be perfected. Harry
Hayward says be expeOts to be hiu d,
and does not look for a resee from the
legal manoeuvre. of his ounasel.
the Nwem Who wb tes r ess healsob
t Arrtived I Uhbera.
Pia niu PA., April IL-News
has been reo(lved that 4he stesaship
Ho leh ald frmla Philadelphia
soee eks ago for savannah and then
took on board about two hundred mal-
granits for Liberia, had arrived at Mow.
rovia, and afttr landing her psusnge
had promeeeed to arbadar Prom t
toter ple she will return ers. The
next contingent of emirants wll be
hippd fe "thi Ainty.
fos sna IatS d Vishmem '

L ~am.sp t|ApoI&
por"1i111i1101411"14 eir~j'l~

ir of4a ills thee thueti r gse d
The thie e see nlmthonass ane d the
neelviag the t attention dr the seemsal hear so ed se1t s l
mees e privAlegte saatslsesi e. Thee hea 111e I
Il one senteslee Ita setaste cds wheg Bldm sed ( aSp Mtl -rw ,
adtteeuand two beta the bousse s eym. who wa with ese-
mitten.Isll. A these m there anlIsa GM Womte o hMor. S Is
lrge mm 9f testimony to be examined a ,rastlsalbouseslbe eB Is
and It will be severadays before thn thesubeet whisM ute bp UhismSb
semUlttes will be in position t ake study. He ale reds estes te ftm ai
e dportn n letter which hM habd e-d fmt r Sue.
iT eosnate hld thld anoth e 64t at1er 1J se, qplA the*muse h t is ht
seion yesterday on the Brewari ease o abs the tae d e -a wa u nee bd wlt* t4M-
The senate has designated Tuesdays paty a thW ties The wtUher J oatedl alte IS ai
and Thunredays of eaoh week for xe.e- that Senator Jaese haed fally Inted
lve sessions. to make the wester tour with Mee t
Lvbave^ No"Sibley andWarner, bt onthdaythW
bo heWas to start from New York his play-
Therehave been a large number of l eo- an posiinl, y forbade hitm beattempt 5 IsUU
,frien.dsof the Jockey elub bill durig b enator Jones is smeinmtgo a atatm tH 0 PIUo d
the Past week. pOffs W stoJones isa- te t h h
Ifthe drift of sentment contained In heartdisease and nptlls of great ph l-
the dozen or more electionbills already haldeprs ion. The letter also statedTHE INMURANOS
taken for anything, the oeight-box" al nor before the party left Choleo, bot A -larms i ist-or s e
lo e a em t hae bou the telegram was never dell red. Son- Valte" F er
out ite d nyths stor Stewart's name was heartily JACTuOMIuO N 1i.,ASaqe
A strong sentiment exists in favor of chere.ames m o ideregt
having the state elections held in Nov. OHANGES IN THE MANAGEMENT Mo r Snaww o ilrlaa
ember on the same day and at or near ebill. whi e ones Ah wiltl Oqos se m
the place of holding the federal aleo- wisa. o Aoem at Tlass tal, v;
tion. The extra expense caused by manager of Mhe lenso oa. Hartridge, of Dul, bee_1
holding two separate elections is WAsINoTox, April 17.-Several in. ter to a friend beMssyig
thought by many prominent party portant changes in the management of is likely to mpea The
leaders to be entirely uncalled for. the Southern railway company were Intended to abollajathe
A bill with the object of-driving announced yesterday. Heretofore there n esramnepoliciesad
scalpers from the state is soon to be in- have been two general managers of to pay the full emonetl
troduced. That measure will very the road, one for the eastern system "itr b soil a ssla 01
likely develop a large number of lobby and one for the western. An order ,sM.orto, a promilasat
Ists. The prime fight crowd may also from President Samuel Bpener, of asuneI lompeaiesdatm i la
materialize when the anti-prise fght New York, issued yesterday, end to be- d6 will eaoi she4 r poleaie
bills wall under consideration, and come effective Saturday, abolishes both leavisar seewtesVSS S
there are other measures that are eal- the above mentioned offloes and ap- c the onStrmseteM
elated to bring expert wire-pullers to points Mr. William H Green, of this prove tiooataMeU new hs
the seat of ar. city, general manager of the entire be like knmockf eat t t
It was amulsag to witness the vigor system. look for geaesnl dispute.
with whih the mouth Florida represen- Mr. C. M. Bolton, chief engieer of Saor? thif r Trt l Mhei I
tatives repelled the insinuation that the road, having resigned, M. C H. laersi be witha ,,
any of their counties were in need of Hudson has been Appointed to fill the willlelamor their s omeo.,
assilstanee from the state. Voluasla was seancy. The insuranSe ompneatesi w
the only county thatadmitted that they Mr, D. W. Lum has been appointed ao utIeaMs havonbeen unaust l
"were saferlng. All the rest stated supelnutendent of bridges and build- allpartsofthetate. T Vhe.eee,
that they were able to take care of ings, with headquarters in this city. whlokeaes a premium i areas
themselves, which is very gratifying, Osty, should become a skw. e
onsldr th vere fr throw ughTHE SEABOARD'S LATEST CUT. that the fre Isurnsee
which they have passed. rme.r law atses Maftrlhlly sesaes
NoiroLK, Va., April 18. The Sea- 4e Trades m s eports *
Judge Lamphaim ranse the Injunctloe board air line has made another big cut prvemwiamsh OsemetM
Agaimn as eW. A. ainlrod. from their original out to meet the CRATTAN00oA, Ten., A
ATLAxTA, April 17.-The Injunction reductions made by the Southern rail- Tradesean. n itsa review II
against the Western and Atlantic rail- way company to compettitve point. .ending April 15tah, seay
road. prayed for by the Seaboard Air Both local and through rates te all- The industrialeeadtiteiset M as
Line has been granted. Judge Lump- polnta north and south have been red- adeOl"dmpromvlesm aen a,
kin rendered the decision at nine dimed. The following schedule goesvery evident hetser
o'olot yesterday morning. The Judge nto effect today. etrMoeadI the tM a
took occasion to my that he had de. From Atlant to Now York ......14.t so ue market also shows steag ir
voted as much time and ear as poal- Philadelphila...................... S.tose &m UoaetaromaDn as ert.of
ble to theAse and hd deavor to oe................... .. 1 40 avier f t reats c m
o t dh ndesvors'eto WANW11191........................P Oto numbeRUNPsmewljtola than
rea& ajust and fair conclusion. Like Peertsmouth........................ beto *0 Ameas the ftl-thMes as t
all humanity, he said, he may have Norfolk............................. Loe to rttshe td t i ams
erred but the decision was a eodoce.- Pesrburg ........................1 ato VAS etporated du W
tioos one. sM ud ...........................0 t LI N tolris ai a ta..
iomusone. va Now. York and rail.... ITJ plant st Po Christiaa, ls
-e-le-seam leuraspawnftsas e: PDIXIE BAPTIST MAY DIViOL su tle0L .rimle ,
ruelaiem e- mar- rime It aC Mwer -- 0 Japersa t itgsport,
Two Millito. aoeal BernaptiasoeMveeiteaGeotag too be Va., Bd : ntyat, W. VCy
New Yoaai April 15.-The police cen. too Lar Otisl ad, Ten, ad San
usanre nearly all In. The population BALTIMOSu April 16.-Rev. L H. eom peaMYwith a eslalef (I
of New York. aoeoraing to these fg. Pitt, D. D., of Richmond, Va., andJ. B. ganlsedatAtateaGs, e
ures, is ',888,780, an increase since the Gambrill, of Macon, Ga., have signed a s ,Ga., sad Naorfolk. Vs.,
census of the state board of hslth., call urging eeeh church In the Southrn per, Al. sa0d semtoes tse
taken In 1898. of just 87,041. This is Baptist resooiation which embraces ead rortetwonh,Tes. A
considered a very conservativeestimate everything south of the Mason and s imports fomOsat m
and there Is no doubt that when the Dixon line to ead delegates to a meet.- 0. eprsIon eaIJ,
actual figures are all In it wil ma- ng to be held in Washintoa, on May a 'sSa,,rvlle ..a",es
terially increased. Oth. The object of the. eonventois la othcSwpaabur. a .
to consider the advisability of formnlg am _s ,
Oubema Maisaud wer. a Southern Baptist Yeoung People WOMAN INSPE
WAmnxerox, April 15.-.Owing to the union, and it is thought Jikely that
troubles at Cuba the mails have fallen the meeting will remplve upon some Maer estr A
off so that the post office department action whiskeh will divide the Union *i -* *s .ta
has permitted the Plant system to make to two camps. New TObM Aw A.
O Ine lm per week froin Savannah has apoolnt Mi
to Tampa by rail and by stembot' THE GREAT SPURT IN OI.. No. 41 West
trem Tampa to Cubs. In consequeae& Ie .e a o( &"I!,a sedls
of he yellow-ver ia Cub the depart-. b. adwhi
maut Is fumigate meAls o M Ute h Wd.
from trople constrjes. .N-aw Yon, April .-The tandad Goed ,t.
Oil company has adaetaea e Its pleafor ^ o Sf m at iU
S" eaeSeseids she ewtm oseea feldonlb4om L.7to- "ad asa re'r ;~.A
WAsmaivoR, April ,--Thapostoaee s a$1. bI fOr Wder ineertsites. and teek es
department has sad an order supple A number of eapim ltaste amts a W of
betal to ns of a mcent date deo tti te tda 1lInte teee lb Pma I
Ing tWe prviloous for the distoiofh h. f. IVI o il*
mals from Mob". Ala., for tC o. an Color4edmi lt.e P4 of the O Wbe
tral Amerles emuntrie. to"t t Inde ttohal uS!s fiI
that closed "albs frign originsallM M* Youitasst
be seete the csUtrisa from New 0oi y. gives bipmo
OHS aa f Mob, Ala. and fldr"at 0Seeal eIL
bere pust up 1 seaI s to0 t ma it
"em S loom h aao am bsyris gal
MOeass.Aprl B IS-Uato- tate Sea- O' a
aetr elet suna yeahiiW mad a om. Mltm F T .. .
,et denlal of theelais L t a a see s C e

panted it .t be UM A ILm m6

the ma sph .-.

O06Od, YS.. atete lb. bd M "'tete....fe s. -,, h ,f o7. -

e at pg w aohei see a C>>acheo, AprilIL-A **m****m **<**** Votmnt OS Dsgulmm el the VotS'i 6*5*M mi* *
-neM ieindwa, y:Jug meet of met owcmp eh.y .n wa mpelslas 11

To thesWmr of isst't t au JO N t-. 'UUW a theffmam au s esser Ld.teuugeI ai mmdT b. mi ni pIb5 5 ap3 the a nS

ION. o ilaglw Insc1w ibeit e a* Vb iemgoaho Ushee Stotes Relndto..
torn aheoeofor ol d vd veterpM.e, M. nbo ovoerd. In the otemale r dt 't
I BS, an Ms. huns theyarepy, .Emmeut^ oh.b..on D son,i Sp tem
A.mE.Le. ode mmd .. Mai S S ,eWaa ....S u os,. ithrs o.o,, aw

BMili PA Joxol dild n RHw- ------e M teheoferip, JleTrylow ho r-k .p obm ytoM "' 1

^ .berlast. It h need'esa toenumerate gretai Winenrreweox. April .-epneeasle np sfer .oun -t ,ndi
6 -the y -> y virtue which crowned ts ho th5 me .w1hs Henry V. Boyton, the vteran news.- ~as.a etht e you may have nuba,,tmaon st
tt.A io lifeof this dear gr, ant u ade it so M11 b* t hi paper correspondent and aoldler, has Well. othin-em g.a.worth bown. ialWAs 4'
p h J ea good time.o swhet and pure. In our heart are ea- i J th a Jmut sued hs book on the Chiekamsou-
cltoo Of public school shrined those virtues. Thecommunity g-- National Military park, nd It wili TyhoM-d .mf ,'r
Siet, second and third in which mid lived is fragrant with the w Amepieoonppl be @.of the mete wart sats ot *n an
will be held to Pa- memories of her sweet life, and to hote al e reo f the lat war
y, May 7th nname her is but to awaken an the othe o Ap l Io Te tChora, n van. m.. a hldrn O forPtoh strl.
), has been in tho city or esteem and love. It an to be hoped principal western markets, thus far hundreds of eases any fornmt ship-
I friends re all glad that the recital of her uoble quahtiese this year, amounts to nearly 17TO,000 mat. Sline last Friday 10,064 eaes /
B td ll soul will attract the attcDtlonof other, head comped with one yer ao have ben sent out from this city, .
,,% and leave on their hearts a holy in-l,87 s... .
diy of ves.i It its inee rde t fandbtn her LooIo" April ll-A dispatch to the lg weekof last yer. A. -
y light with a large equal, Impossible to flud her superior. OCentral News from the Peesadoree, on- Te nBah tas o eops 3s5m.
stea mer made a quick trip The world is better that Parnre John-. dw th date of April 6, says that the WAamweTox. April 18.-The Colium- _
a, son has livsd in it, and happy, thrice cholera is abating at Make', where b ha hro Works, of Daltim et will

p.I ".T'. K'I W. have th. What a htppvrthoueht that she Nsw Yona, April 17?.--Tr l* lowtbeingtheHerlehoff's on modl- i
Wi the lovonesMaudeIover"eoore,
a* charming young waiting andl watching at the beauti. aue.s: Coin, 4,68l,000; surreney, fM. p pa* at P41.580. Te a o
a charmig yong ful glut for her loved ones to come. 554,000. .i Sinews ause Dmta The Bane rf ,
isitng> Mrs.. W. When wvse homrne to th nsto, soe .C Aia& N.Y., April 17.-The Lexow The American People. I
stAt. She wasn l attend- s wwoyutwb s A Numerou Fase New Yrk city blMpartisna poll-e o om
dW i o rad r w smie,: About Hood's daresparllia-it expels Mhe @.E Iured by D r. M iles'Nervine -b
eo ri-n clasp by the and, e nas 1 d as t party vote, wfth te
ylioa, one of Fruit- Wree srom all f?^.fr.V^2F l srtiaiy .i.. bad humer and creates -cod humor. A t1,3t of bsentor Reynolds, who
j yang lWgespeed w..ieshdon u1103tb hiutf laBd." battle for blood is what H ao1o stwith the demnrate s I the as .
)0 yft Monday, on her way A .~f parilla vigorouly fght, and It is el. tivea "
ilvl, wuere she attending thor Bee plee cpv ways victorious in expelllng fool taltn t. e sew aspabu.50 Ceventoe.
P~. ~It May Do as uh for Toeu. and givi the vital lid the ualitys Das. w, tALriI 18.-The "
litfsB..Biph, the late ningtopera- Mr. :'red Miller, of Irving, Ill. scroiula, ,il rheum, aoinl ud omter taeeimn .nt yea I
the Union Depo, hu been sen writes that he had a sever e Kidney blood dims.n, July 1,Indl ealoinesa n. The
[maopy for a few days' work this ainoule f mbackayd alrso thlblad. se lte dateis regarded as a viomry f.or
y the Flordidea uthern ]Ralroad er was affected. He tried many so. o v-
V called Kiduey cures, but without anv y and efficiently on the bowels and
seamer re. I ry has hngood result. / bouta year go he be* v er, S.Dep1h e^ -er rtEamse sn
a from the .-vte, on ac- aod t li once. Electric Bittern Bev. G. W. Pra is visititag telatlves W.rnsexa, April 17.--CharlM H)
o"8drlefNoa"aur, of Misor, deputy omptol-,,
Slock ofluemess. The team-. Is especially adapted to the oure of ail o LeMebrg. tlir o t tneauy, died shortly before
Jaoksonvlleo will continue to Kidney and Liver troubles and often gl o'eloek yesterday noaning after an '
er a:1sgives almost instant relief, One trial Bles Of everal week, darln whloh
Utbr oo. will prove our statement. Price only hiles cei evbeslees durn whc
r Light and Fuel 80 cents for large bottle at Ackerman hs dt hs be da eo an
Shaving abvut completed the A Stewart'. Dru, Store. edgp eam oan aes eb o has.
Srity street lights, r We guarantee Johnson's Magnetic ttivee ad thef lar peklng homaase at
he me of turning ou Oi it hba no superior for all aches, theh atoek yar amy that tthe advaos.
anslei* anI paion. Internal or external, man or r laI 1te pris .! dressed beet is legiti-
Loaume, who for the puast beat. $1.00 elsse 80 cents; ot0 et sie, a ete satensd ilo the adva In cat-
been deployed at the In- 28 cent. For sal by Ackermanu a" Sus t tw m I
Bo ee Urned W, ad Is kNew -Topon April d7.-h1 111 lowl
Sturdy. Mrs. Luammu, Brotherhood Overall* at 8. E. Bond's d i''strs wee eletea at the meeting
a TitMavtlle, will arrive TO W KNt ad the Amerlen Tobeo company yM-
; r a w s" p Is> do- blItaese ssmispsumnKaOnMeibe. terday: Georg Arents, Bea n M.. sii e3 t issw0
cUasU4W shrlhqmkbi ta le isiijlvAd rivigreathe0emakfr Duke. B. W. Gail, sad Jodsah Browne.
l one of the cleverest RoM., April 1t.-Severe shocks o.f M & Ofa",5,*oton. "A. t -f W sb I
egO in tPalaka Friday, and Verona yesterday eovnng. Many build. mueaamtbe. b5G. hti ABE YOU GOING
emasae -a-,l4 No.yTheystg were damagedtand severaE persons ?ovemrL at a W t
from" Ma-o-, Ga.,^ to TirMuseTame sam bl? eared b"
e home Se esesm s s e:e Caman..s TICKETS g |
ACho owns a beau- AOd lavitc a pelpttPpes n ttouItaO to. Join the Dook W enas maileFd free.
t broOgtto towD atholt ehurcl ad direO t etboPlA e to th ebany BRalway or Steamship Line, at
Staiotalateg idve emrl prpsa for their eoveral ious apeted to Lowato RATs, at Do. oo w as ............. .. .- --asa ei -.. ....
|lke from o of apper toddy. PNK'8 DRUG 8TOBE, 7j IIT everlasting push and hustle cured by one of Dr. Miles' medtolnes.
SieLrhma & that mOd mamomma M.taatte**e.. I' of tlhe American people bha And o It wua that I commenoed
al t nt a Va., April t.-a. a oCorner Seond and LemJAon Streets. made them especlally subject to the use of Dr. Mil' Bestorative i-'
Astal has tendered phis latnto M w as D a a hend cho, nervous prostratbow, nvm- vine. I took two sand one-half botte .
ba.lotr tI t N i olk i o tt oA en user t'e r36 "htLasW MYOilgia>, BcWplcanesh, etc. Dr. Miles' and am haopW to say that I have at
910ILAs oha the pae mid to be a d eed "_. w especl al ly prepared for had a headl e Alnc Iad t-hat wa
fi V Gwer tWe taTlet et rartaty In it oamaneg m eOt. P TO Build Up '.o casco. It has oured thousands carly three months ago and dUtr '
g tim be 1 thn, ap rtcentt'lvi.loureyon. this time have been under M 4
s Oweeta, In April IT.-Ba-United oYear Systet 11e restore ;.-:.. Jn. i. Kirk, whose portrait au- mental strala apd wory, tbm t
em andthei ao Jwaim .InY WUo Your Strdength ,dmpai this, repron tia the Na- having prolonged roihness and 4hetha'
Tiesat record ofr the and- la tewnf'g COr., of Jew irtay ,whhwou!Mortie
willbehel WP.mmo r ie of ah err, hi been a comnersil traveler hae tted mSe but *oa .
.* .PUif Your o0 3',:. ,:- 5 acito for Off- this rea t nerous strain I aIiY *rg
DMay s nm seher a Isb meu t ws a gaisi nkbm. .' -- 6 a,." vere saurer. lad the slightest symptom oti
B.Ala lw aBATal, Oem... April1o iS48tP tr e your Nerves and *k tr's tel ht he wdps eured:l of the terrible headaticha t bea
aAes lean Dwight Dhae u anthersan t "fit t S beet e '*'*Ms r*w trout tsrfrh'e theut would yeto drive m
indwr e al ld t t there Titalofherltlaextnigh ilaha t Mida, .t ,.nea 3ovore as to re uery evlht thtt, as 1 e..S citoa,,thd ,
SWi beM lse th e Att Dention te ..eac wers. ,i>g fhn"n twenty-tour should usee Tir. .ð
anD lleave o n2 o < a holy'..l ,to."' .. ob.; .A at oaatu rskhafo ,, .. -,alti,
nightwit 'alo1 e'lives.^ I i' i d d h d.J ," 'a., Mb. to .Mo.,d other -t idwe., n. A:_.. l" Impass ibl etns uperior. rs' News fromthe ... To-BadIthegTa."0.;c'l b A
sonhaslivd i i, ad hpl trie @oleo i abtig a Mauni1 V:6



wihaem ardes mo l msie at b b to a .
t Ao IisWe o1thr d1 .s
;. sd-l s ombs a ndram was
Lo 2 ao oer apr,

e bet tor th thiaw that might baTe beea get a new. oXa some day that'll sit d*y.
wedo on the mantel til ake ie mehr we w

oe otr da. room n the k hen" L
W iwthewerItetthtdow llm l e a s
Yhebeooldnigohadofriatmold1lr wBut I couldn't do It, imy, 1a0
liM wh ower, ua of t o burf, eould't do i Itw mothr', nded. "Why einot? W

1111=n0otherd. mother's before her, ad it would be dy..
-Alt for the things that might have bet. pga tiNg with one of the family.
Don't heJ me to oonsent to that, Hearry.
THE OLD CLOCK. day.rely ther will be. soe ote way.
we opened for uPath that aduswhere r n

nngoodd of a rBut I ce doun't e iqNdrove;" I
Love iun le,tao i very wet wouldn't sid Hrry tllenwas. "Yother's, I can't de brad ..Suo
ts bhut wlh' clinks. cona e in thu cot- get work, and I though, and it would bcV l921
(ate wall i oI thin wm.hir wind ris letndl be willing to do t ha much to famiely.
blowsthr.iuih thien tijure iinst be boulht along. Yon ought to bo reasonable, Nan- CLp4 paui'ietri
later to il i t ch chinks, ur ', ent to thatHarry.
ike ,u,,y a.n.,ithr iw.i t, wheliu c+,ii.d ( iho looked at hiin with pained eyes. ^ "- 5 "
too w.'ii OIj li, .iir, oiirs. AftSur l there wtrugllg of the past wina. y tie btoloJi
Whei O N DnCii Ktit was a pretty, sin- tor t ened forid her to hear him speak i CS S.aS m*aiSS
glo girl, peuph, ,-liiok their lh >il and so. She sta"Go trd to speak, but the tdes" 11*1 ta
Lwared her against listuning t) the suit caio up sull nly.row d her voiue, I nd a Lotundotias
ef Harry Dn. h was o y in the pr cot get work, an her head iu her apron and '-t r M
tlewalmtr in t hail intrwing l ii se h be will- s ing to do thatmhedo -- tic
ly W) IL'd. hiu liveil it> hI()ii. willi II.r Harry pot oln his hat and left the inovled! l.wa
tblowsthrough tn, g her the.lre must he bougi l obi. hiirt had been so aet n pon o s .arSast aeeL
wlhii'h. t': il*i. tborhli. r, 1 r -ni m I*miil thei >ilv:iiita r if tle ale that the dis- r. Brsl.rnee'anf
B''. ii liir iirig ltlt t. Ji I' tlni firni Ullpiiltun Iln int i hi u uilroa nablc. ^ .,, ontuhndln rltlet,
r, it i,rvtll in te chin r ik, for f oftilne. Na1nio' r oo- E;r.ol y It
like mn i l l, ither swe1t, when exp<4; Sl o looked at < i.;, with pained cet ^- Lstilot'thin

ptooir ,.,ii ,it:,.; waitri, sut ', Aft.e, thiink Atr ill, thu old clock coldthe past wi-c 0 erhotb
When:r .. ai ., i nt was a prI tt, iat fir- t o-i n diogil, atohl if thisalmof itpwould t dprIae t d. me
#11ogirl, pepl ook their hall.- ., M and so She started to peaktli th worltL aga D

i' .I'I'r :.' hi.' i. Tii r l y wic \\:isi it 'uhLn t, irt iiteniitooiling staudI ili
warned' against li ing to te s ci tand drowned heart it wau not. ando
*l t ,, ,t* 1:.i L ill ;>t i Iarg o en ou g h for S ihe 'o ,,S > va ry S i i.ll ile g irl, w as N a >]l-
twvi 1.. Iinuhli fur three. The add- hie, in:il pr:.;tii-al witital. Thu
od ailvHatarry D n ti male's wags will must suriher head to herself prf. he woanld
S.r t, r and had no thil:iiiniig ili.II till Harry iiW'n ,hk c-nni in nain. =1 a
lyf S, 1 i r -iven. i at ho withh i hr t Ihr wait oaily a woitia ft, and at fi o l

thrifty." tinnirigce tfar tin irs caiimn rnusing back,ble o tdin
S,\ i r r;iiitii,'ts wero ii'-d to jus- and I l o hldiiil I @r hi:id against iti faci r
,t foy aitd f ulit ngthith, suit (if Iarry D l. ni[m l msapt. Hir iftndl i li. Iai' from thtt o

> /It itto ii.-y 1i' l,.r ti i, i nc. It '+'1 liu'i'r nilu .,]'l l~t i i. uril Itn r ii,: h.ABSOLUT LY
prthati'e lii iiluld. So thi "Kiss t ll,t old cl oc, Harry; kiss it ABSOLUTELY 1
oltd' t ore tsuecisful, as usual, gt-ilhiy. lai uiia's goin to sll it, S
anl the yU ",iiil'lilh' wir miarri; th babI y catu have a inow drous and rHROUHi0 PULLMAN
Who cn tll of the thli of those first .s. that t was t.
few oiistl while for three. T and rip Tho, baby lid pr: t kia s the clock, bnt COMP
ed aeil vtwia if thwo hearts; when wileven au a fruit go, h a at herself tlhe high
the smiling nil saving wero pleasure, parnd the thou tgh p. Tof gla e rting wit t have
hnd sacritic wat pleasant because dic p been broken aud loce, for with a crack,
tated. by luve? H trry worked hard, lie- It caie il I in hei iad. Nat it would
eansi now hir thd suli a rtal purpose in liav.n cried t H ilftmay, but a groat WITHOUT Ch
working Bay dint of doiug overtime he jinglinlg ac1 inpavii d the mishap, and
omad ar ine extra iieresuy, which all Welnt hr.r xcl:Maniit a's was turned to one of it,
to sKvu.ll tiii little hoard which they jiiy Us sera \;l liriglit coisig rolled at her Wforth mxd
were layioung byfor arainyday, and thy feet. She zave a now drl th pot and exainHROUGH PULLMANed
wehocatelrs which the bliss old kitchen it. t swioo s hilliw iid fllhd with old ALL TRAIN DAILY. '
clock ti(kil awayss it stoiii on the white coins. It hiad civereid a recess in the top Lv. Jekaonvllle, ?.C.A ..
floor anith bailed over the an household, of the clock, in which there were many but COMP
aneetenio 'thiitwo hearts;h with then similar lpice. Whegra redut on ed to Svah .
hl timiipieue about nuton and supper the value of present money thIy amount- Ar. rlotte, .. ,
time. nhe woaul look at its smiling ed to svoral hundred dollars. WMhlnmust have T
faeand thtan liteii till sheii'ard a step When Harry came hob. peniltcnt StlShlladelp, ""O ...
and the c wak pleasant the cheery voice of and ibrokens to apologize for hit action rack York,
Harry at the doo kedr. of the morniling, Nannie flew to him Ar. Atll, Southern
Even the first grief that feill on the with open arms. "Oh, Harry, boy I
hocasehold was made sweet to Nannl purpose Harry byl e wou't have to semay, bull the a great WITHOU t
by the oy dint of doing that there wa n a old clock, anyway Look what babynd
aoved one sharing it with her. found In it"' Stupefaction, oomprehon-
It ws just sixweeks before her little boardwhichthey on ad wild joy followed each other
tae came that Nannie,' mother died in quick snooeesion through Harry's W. A. TURK,
tad left layoid in the home that the ad- mind. Then he folded his wife and m*ir "d
wert of the little tranwhich th only partly baby in h was and wept, while the Wold ALL IN I. ..
lld. old clock ns. It hbeamed on the reda ene from its D. A
The baby was a boy, and they named place in the corner, and all unmildful
ldt arry or Iet proud father. There of the indirity th i hat bad bheen placed
were ome thingwo tulhe little one ddn on is smiling o ts venerabl head dollamurmures.d oas-
an the which t might have had ery d not tick, tock, tick tock.-Clogize for hicago Newor
o muh of th parent. savof the morning, Nnn finglew to him A gone to r. h 7outhe, lR.
payEven thegrandmther'ief tdotors'fells and n the with open want a good MHatr?ry, boy
ounesrl expenses. Ba t he throw Naived and rry, boy wewon't have t he ll Ft u
by theviornious and that there was pt I y old clock, an ay Look what baby -
lov year oneld ndhrn t wth her. to toddle found in it" Stpefaction, cent. Write
t washed thix weeks before t days they had r little son and wild joy followed each MAGNETIC
e own ame tothat e ean housohod. trend in Facory Welakst, Fla. jt19frry'sWf .
d left i in the horgu m ent had proved an he folded his wife and al s. 3 t
arrant fallclt. He omitted o manbyinhi arms and wept, while the

aoontlnenoies which might arisewhen-GD V E-S
te object he urged was culminated.
He d failed lock beamed on the scene f tll Naue how Harryrom W. D
might fall siok and los e work and leave misul
ft array for its pre moutd to feed. There of the dignity that had been placed I

so much of ti parent' saving time, too- ll Uara i 17th.s 1

pety the aloin down of winter. I Do you want a good Mattres
eumnd very hard that typhoid should Ifobtse drc tro i th m
tkel Harry jut then, Just when his LaC^H ih-^ Ker'kau
rovigorous and the of hia labor eve eand sae rca n'
aw ro muh needed, whad begn the family for p f their n MoHair Mat
about when the greatly depleted, when sses to )AVIEH A GRiE Matb MAGNETIC NE
h oves needed coal and the baby d prove
woolen. No wonder ttedt Nanniey AKERMA" & 5'
heart grew heavy when ihe saw the tak
tha objet be for ger hands to do But PA.ATTA, F:
He had aook ld the tll anuggle howbraly, rry
lightly woman d los whe wo great loe ha
mats ber beroti There wa the baby | |
withak. Through many days fee Io t wasG RVSP. r *
a the most di couraging time, too-
saw the hu closing down of' bed, while trem
yaed very hardthe at tdh at nghtuld

shrng the little result aofi Ilabor meah
/, iip ) the dowblo dutie o' gaintng 1.
wasm on her tieded, whe and watchinlg so
Slrary wald'l so greatly deplett. w i |when O.E i
ge stes needed coal aned then to aby
fcn has, bet more efts er vigils D N I ACICUKA-
m N o .d 1nis m ta and CKERM A|

Iloloweeks hof work ean am -
bi, apes th strength aiid .Sf Om P AOEii
sw was bmetforbarhnds to b do. Butlh

Southern -



Is I
SamS. Worth ainc Wee.
bee .. ALL TRAIII DAILY. 4.^
Ues. p, L v.hjM,..lm, r.C.. 2Pp *,-.
1 *4po O Lv.' J nstle, Il athea.. 142p 0 aU
?p N lOMpam A.r. ase, 12mn Sup.
Sp. S02am Atluta, 412am S
1101pm (17am ChattaOm 91am ..............
seam Mpm ClClannatQ ......... t20pm .............
I1 pm 1iSma At. Mnrln hbam. Bouthrn. 12 01n'o .............
8U4pm 6Darp SLLouAf. C Marob. Llne 7 0eam .............
t r. --- Ar. Me ,ph t M.. B 10 pm ..........
...- .. lOB i M ty, p .p
tOa apply to any Agent of this great Railway
System, w Its oonalctlos.

Ai't Oen'l Pm. Agent

A O. Pass. Agetl,

rHdea PaJUMa APet,
212 Wedt By Strt, JAC SWVUJI h.
" _

Sick Abed
But fliserable
Chronic Malaria
BSoh is thi depores a condition
of thomautda of people in this
state. Months ofririrlor,
cold tor, aold handa,
no a tppeU, lastla tel4 out,
UUloltinas.g.,altaryo eCea


eouts, Patather.


Pison .a

4nd bet ~tU? Ih'7 a un 90980 y. VN

bolla. at 0(uss tug
Like ____Or __ S. dnt
,tm.are poldused rtr~~mn~
la*I ptufolIft -,.Oed* Do I .cDO?
F~".. rlti aItNdlgd tqa0ed WettljS..
w ~ fsnX"purlfleatliebloo androlqw! tee 41%--
ASt bytewn It tion from "at 0 4lbe e
bl a. prev-sent2,any u tna t
ivnI b ta Stkey@9O'lb
fe ldantta.l 8ls.ZSta
o.,AmSl~th.193 me r .21,dg' on sandamb
rae 14Ylr ufbEette m. saulee., Ors truly.
as a Etd w thAttorney At AW
I bo Toevr Itm
0 9 han~d a f 6 m it ws1ladFN
Itown remeIdy uk 1tWN mIn --
tu haeol h ALL DRUGOISTI ULL 1'M
2 P. awl a
bndone me O'sLIPPMANBROS.
ibte disewissa. PROPDJETORN.
U. U. YEARY.. asa 4
beoen bounatY.No. Ippsaam'euliee.SvUehO

stone and Floa
hips of t his Line re appomi

ed to Sail as follow
Calling at Charleston, S. C.,
Prom New York, (STANDARD TIMM.
(Pier o0, a. X.) a stalgBiR.
Wednesday, blar. 27tlh, ata p. m....... CHUKEk ......
FrIday,. Mar. 29th, at 3 p. m .. A I. PQ ....IN ..
Tuemlay, Ai)rl 2d. at a p. ii... ... S9tlNOI.l I
r*rllay, Aipri brit, at 3 1p. m ...... ItQUO
Monday, Apri ,th, at 3p. m .......CH UIE ..
Wednesday, Arl 1lth at3p. m... ALIO QUIN .....
Friday. April 12th, at 8 p. m .... KBMINOLI .......T
Tuesday, Apri Ith, at 3 p. m...... IIOQtulItthIi .
Friday, Apri th.at3 ap. ,. CH. RKKR ...1
Monday, AprI 2ld, atlp.m ........ o*ALOOKUI ,S
Wedlnesday, Aprl i24th, at 3 p. m...... B.MINOLI ..
Friany, April 26th, at i. m .. 1ROQUO8 .....1
Tuday,_A rl W30th. at 3 p.m...... CHXOKI0I ...
S *Iw York dliect.
The Elegant Iron Side-Wheel Sti

Leave Jacksonville, from foot of Laura Street, at
8:45 p. m., daily (except Saturday) for Fanford, lnl
Leave Sanford, 0.00Wa. m., and Enterprise, 9.30 a.
daily (except Sunday) for Jacksonville and Intermedl
General Passenger and Tickel(Offlce, 88 W. ay1 st
6 Bowling Green, New York
TCTO. 0. iOER, T. M. JO0. L. HOWA1
S ikllwlIng t Oreen, Now York
A. J. COLE, Passenger Agent LESL. I
SBiowllrO Green, Kew York F


Both WAY'B;,


I -


5t .80 P. a., a
ierpriese ad Z

M.,snti Psatka #p
[ate Landing.


1S B. DelMwa Are Ave lktladelpbla GwOt6, eW'

Have for the at Nine Tersb lbet
growing most of e l ooOmite, Faultt
Plunta of the tropics and wann smtri
We cannot innumerste wyathetron
rare treeeand plants that we Iave in tl
but if interested send for oue oatalogueo. ,
Our tk is second to one In a si ad
SOur ies below the lowat. lMakeyour
Snd f desired we will cheerfully aid yes 1T "
t(oas for your particular loodiTy. I .
When applyCng for calaogt we sil_
If you will Midu mo.tMon th ppeWr.
Seven Oaks. !

Do You Remember This Winter's Fr
Not ltoglet*hel; ... .3de
It nipped mueay premoI5lag th; .
It undid the work of ye asw
Hardly say pwt of the Uattti SatWM* ,ped
They were almost alltl& / ''
Now, takeout rm p '
Let your ye Peae ta e so6tfclxrfMfItg5 i.
flat ih wto aooUT$0W oh.LWNO I
And hate is the boas if

18~It Did Not Touch Oaiilf06*1tit

-It kthe BW to ka"e

-.This Is 4 Vac*;NL pI*

Bea of S Weat ay B4ee, eat
SMtee. iTrfhdtbrpocketMw
__ .. A + '+ 00 -

The Clyde

New York, Carloe

Magiiifl cent Steam

F -

- i




, Mola i, clam d, l
.ett flloleSC u uifng '
e omicaL It is so
god that it is taldwn the
place of all other Shortenings. Be sure
and the genuine with trade mark-steer's
in otton-pla wreath-on every pail.

The N. K. PaIrback Company,
STr. uWW O W ctaco.

I' *QmmoUF~olwoUxfO I NA
taum, lW- ;"lowt
*aW= Of 01*13 W*ATA 01

! M Zad I aionr
dseeei. Pwpp

Oledm, w l

tobetter h ntion

t ege to await the verdict
as. It eame swift enogh*h.

qa edser. It is etuatea in the
e U part of Washington,
sjse shore of th Potomac.
rjtoaw ait mooth and level, andict

| lk an smooth and level, and

7.b hot-e" occupied by off
S0MIr families, ttand on either
S Walk as you enter the a.-
gtad. Very near them stood
eiNUiMari, which was toin
tU A little further south,
Oqk der houes,there stood on
at the 7th day of July,
Smae sea old. It was
two men, a boy and a wo-
In low aad high degree
woman's life. The trial
i *a 1 tg ay of June, and
Sdath was to be hearted
h proxfmo. Our armies
the war was over,
tbe mwas this unusual haste to
toldesre of northern facatlca
WeIant s, I am told, was
day swarm of soldiery, kr
b >, the great commoner, and,
=e-d, the great demagogue, it
m I by many would at the
m.iast rasta Pardon or a te.
Ir woma tell on their knees
a d begRed In piteous tonep
Delay of the sentence of
Burratt, till the over-
1l0 of the-peoplebWdsob-
ma Ot boi wae granted.
for te exestion had
aow Th n appeals for
,lb jileoud wall of a
Wo. ioS'a voice tell on the
I0t11d. for ot 'toward the
t',wa the voloo of the
^Mte'Is d asooter, who tUus
J ththope-the day star of
e here-was dead In bher

teM Oexeution, Mte. Surratt
MAd In the old penoltentiary, but
a sa were afterward removed
lO t OemMtary, where they

Of Booth was also landed
Mad was buried in the

Im immdiate soto lai
1418mrl.Ita wa aft r

Oda a fearf th i n.
,il award and

.Ifto .m, ,toe

-qtJwj a msupwepr peb i
W end idt"e Nal fiaid Jr-

A. J.bonsumComplsimmat's bilitor.


lhx Orange Belt InveUstent I
Copy, tortl of I roroloioure
the etate of Floda, [ of
ye. D|I Mortgag.
Jame l. DeMn 6
STuoNAs X. WnjON, UM.. Attorney for the
I i nabove In oT mtill auseMoi, al he
PtM M" tdefendant, Jas uRDe_ Bx ,INA
etiluaMt the Bao of Florio, l
pViM of Mi denoo known watsamnpta, rI.,5ut
tt be da not know kit sreut piess orf mi-
esses.M that the defensest to ono as hIm-
elf tWt eroom o annote be rved upone hibi
sad that thie I no other peron la th5SIl5os
od tseU Nires of a subpo upon7 ; u.
wondan son rtefendant, sad thit th de.
said a da o iat .
tf aB tA over the of twenty -oe e

Ir m A. D. adW the same baeg a role day
Con is ordered that thid f no"eb ubA

Ti W.i n,. Compnlat'h Ul ote

LAN.D Oma AT OGArxu n.LLB, .,
f t llowl named settler hasu fld aotiee of
h Iunt.on to mnake ual proof in support
of his ols, sad that said prodi will bebiade
before Clerk Circuit Court, at Palatla, Fl., on
MAY 4, aB, vIs: Wlliuan H. Mahen, oft an-
nervllse. Fl., Md. 1,M0, for the %. wl/,A of
Se ., 2%, S /Be%, e. S oea, ne./,, o. a, ad
Dw%,,. 8, So.1 Tep. ,.t.I.
H* name te following witamme to prlo us
oatauonuns rldeuo upon and cultivation o,
aId lad. vain Wi ller, Oolumbus
]ow, john MInton. BnJ. Alexandr. al of
J. M. BA.oO,
imbhas- Bguater.
NoUte for 'ubusaIo..
LaT uomven Ai GAiOxnvtLBVLA.. I
ti N n mKntBya GIrVN THAT THa
L uin& aamedMsettlore aalsAd noIStes
0 suction to maoo Ssl proof In poueo o
ke &oia, d 4trt tld proof will be t be-
(on CtErk C Wrout ars t Palitta, Fi., oo
grltUL WrK, I vts Wads Hatptpn, of
laa Uo, Fi Hd. 1,17 for tl sw ofr sw4.
S nw/, of B son. 7, Tp. .;8 Canp
mt naes the following wlttaoi to proe
I tle .. |anw .. wdnn i p e f egtt .1
S' J.* Anaco,.


(Succesor to CmAs. KvrrBnnuscn.)




07T8T 8 nd OGAU la meon.

Moso, Moss, Mossi
I ,_ the fightrkt re im f

6,K4t GeooeownFlorudA.



wvs vn M vnoTA M E "D ruM.
IITcmkoND, InwDIArA.

P. P.makeepositive cures of all Speculation
tages of Rheumatism, Syphil 1., Blood ___
Poison, Srofula. Old Sores, Eczema,
-AMMOND wr At nn

Malaria and Female Complaints. P. P.
P. is a powerful tonic and an excellent
appetiMer, building up the system rapid-
ly. /
For Old Sores, Skin Eruptions, Pim-
ple, Uloers and Syphilis, use only P.
P. P., and get well and enjoy thaibles.
Ing only to be derived from the use of
P. P. P,, pricklyy Ash, Poke Root and
Use only Abbott's ast ndiran Corn
byrsit.pes, Awdo Lmbe, Bad
Solel, anle* and Seab on the le have
bsen entirely cured by P. P. the
moot wonderful blood mdltea os the
Acourseof P. P. will batolla
bad feelleng and reatore*.yo a lu t to
perfect condition. I curavfti powea
are marvelous. If out l soet la
bad bomor with you're sa tab world,
take P. I' P., and become health and

Has received direct, Imported, extra
foe Biack Doeskin Cassimere sad West
of Bagland Blauk Bprad Cloth, also
some dune Scotch Suiting, which I wil
make up In Iatestor any style re-
quired at Reasonable Priee.
ReBpira neatly done. ,Shop In
Hitkman-Kennerly 1laek, au sairp.

M. J. Murphy.


Aent for the oelebrawd S W. Har
per Silveeter Whiskls. A lull lin
of the beet brands at the lowest pricm

..** *ti*i.f*t**. *k,>Bf.. j t 00
3 '... .... e i

-...,.(.)-- a
The I a specialty. Country
orders o84f

Took Bond and Brokers
130 sad 10 Pearl Street,
NNw YohK CIrr, N. Y.

Stocks, Bonds and tLrain bought and
sold, or carried on Margin.
F. &.--n for explanatory olrcular on specn
late, ao wkly market letter nsr .

*Os w i ess., Corner a tirby

ha utdoa.. .......
Oaip d hof, s .... ....... ..
es 30 nn. .. ...................i
................... 7,
C on*d B110 1 ....... .................,
Ir, .nor.Wy t FIrst Patents. 3.25 to ose
h at do du &.1 to 8.2
his ro5llnOood...................2s tot
n c ............ .............*I toH
S ro r3. 3. to 3.4

Beati, aney utarn Creamery...... sto s
4ChoMMnes, V lfull Cream(N.Y. St.. II toIS
nodaw al............ stoS
N&w rsew0olNi............... 86 to0
Cneli VS acdrveer & Holmes'o
Stamdau d XIX....eod. .
l on cskn ......... T '

d$ M rKk-- M................ s to
Splo ..* ... .?6to
do do irl enir......... 1.70t6
ao so d n. ......... t....
o T blM-No.$ I Tomatoe. U to 1.10
d o2e nelto ........... s to a
d o.I-lndT to to .as

do o. | wP. s ....... 0 o1.1
do S o&JI otto. kutd forme .18to
do C o.ioftor s wn B.. 140 tol
pu l= btp r bi.............. .9Tto
o o .... .......... l to
T .O.1.m, par baree...... .las to2
i So for seed ........... ...T
CbImtledfor e e d.........2...... 2,7
Oown o oneanM0Ibtln..... ..... 1%
."iACO, CloAMrmrv. BE,.
ern... ..... ..
Arow "' .............. M
BkllaD ws nI, ............ ..........11
kC 4 lsIO............. ... ....... s
:l ton ...-.
ral i lItf,.....................5.

.. ........... ..
..Ib ......... a
..... ........ 1

,, ,,,***,a U oli'. o... .. .'..*..... a

.owder, I lbe......... to

dMU o I -lb ....... ...l.IN

Cure Is taken internally, aotiung directly
atpon the blood and macone eatheera of
the system, thereby dleeteytg the
foundation of the disease, aud giving
S patient stren~ tbby bulidlng up the
stitutio ne n sw l 'iatwUre in
doing its work. The proprietors
bay v so meh faith in Iats curative pow.
era, that thy offer One Hundred Dol-
itar anawe that It falls to cuit.
eU for at of tutimnt.oals.
Address, F. J. CnxT & Co.
Toledo, Oio.
MIold by drauglets. 73 j2
Tickets to AllH Pnlte.
Gua's Touls Office and the City
Ofade of the (eorala Southern & Flor-
ida Railway, at PEEK'S DRUG
STORE, oorner Second and Lemen
streets whore tickets can be purchased
by all lines to or from all parts of the
world. Unbiased information, lowest
rates and best accommodation. Gase's
Tours, corner Second and Lemon
streets, Palatka, and 141 West Bay
streets, Jacksonville, Fla. aplOtt

-- -- --- --



means so much more thaN,
'you imagine-serious and
fatal diseases result from4
'trifling ailments neglected.
Don't play with Nature's
'greatest gift-health.


Itf yo ar feellan
and gencraIly ex-
hausted, ervor,,
and can't woek,
ln theons nrlla.
ble itreugtbeuif
m edli ie wbild Ii
Brown's Iron Sit.
tm A fe- w,* .

come from the
Bitters I -
^ ~ ple....t o toaks.
It Cures
Dysappusa, Kidney and Liver
Nemralgia, Troubles,
Coutlpadto, Bad Bleood
Malaria, Nervous ailmeutU
Women's complaints.
Get onl the ge,.ulne-t hs croed red
le oile te wrapper. All others are sub-
stlutes. On receipt of two s_. tamps we
will send set of Ton Beauti1 WordM's
Pair Views and book-free.

.: 7r TANDAL\.


> IImu p',tal'od Ito repute lon for 10 yM o"
IU h.I h to i mnn, rn td filr the :
7'1jil1it .II1 )rin eno l euro il Rhupl mb e
t.i i l. i .i 1'. i ol Ii.. orIa. *
It I ,IN nlora-.I by ilouadllK nf Phbyi- *
1 SitAa. I'. alsnei< *nad PPatlenti. It t o
Sptljly L vc ,:,.t t siand builds up fronm thoe
Srt c. It nevirfsl ls oturm.
P rI Isc o dor dlltar a jiittfc. or mix 0
* lottl ior five iolmrx. Our 40-pim rPasu-
's plul oat Frto by .:Mll. Addremfs, *
C Durant's Rheumatic Rundy Co.:
J)avmnp'e Url Imp llsao the bat on :
fanrih. They aet lilh an aemlh that mgn
lit:* a houmshold blcmlng.
PRI. r 36 1 oT. Pa nox. nor 110x raen *I. r
ORxn t. aZr Da101ri T3
1 ^"********** **<0<4

ThO eoleln fae d[" Maa3leIT" kamppow#
All gind o@& mtsd ift~h mad sou
tcwmw loom eamdleu


our*lI, beihy Prmi Smm
ERIoskIAgee00.j Ieqe


. oILL BLOCK, over Pot




Ofiee, over Old Natlonal Bank Buildlng, oppe-
site Post-OMi0o.
All business entrusted to hiit cars will reatO /
prompt ateentlon. 9-s

Mortgage Foreolosur, antd PraUooe Ia datdM
tates Court., speciatll iJt-o.

Baltimore and Florida







onr oe Msm PMbh

cuMM" are aiu--
Usr M daZ et m pa l j T-

C. A. KNOWLTON, Pomona,



OVer Post.-CMO.


Otter and Conn Skins
ua To W. 8. FRY. Palatka.



*.a.. ....


..' .~




Doubtta I Seeds atone. The bat
I F ve .

Im .4 and c-ml no"1.1m vii.91'r &"let lor
;S E E iDS


WWOWV. Im.f t'h peoalesPk.w. .. .... ,
,s tab the h.- eqeulu, da, u O,0-4.C omplebtet0.1 1 1"tat' we '
S mi n A An ou t hi 1 M I I" A bo Ios-. 3E.... .....
area, A .k siyeahb ds1d .p a ,w 1 bsy her hUsband I. l, tz. *O M....,""O%...
Gio-thinN ....."b. h Oweby Seminole tribes eseInIg e ,-a.
mp bogset wl snontlrs Atsp I l b"op oQ&l s5 .ernnorpe wtaTe. oo ie s .
,........a..m... ..............

m eaay mi enofds, and of o m the has beMi' d h l g w00 tIto
dopresent winter I ms po edlesandWry. Whohere mn w iweaty two years old, wst whrawh S nj..
e fd s f elloUbspwAs no with whih to feed, and the meat a nd- e -
ldhI rinlygitvues m ownrfeels ompraiyatv.o iS bosse detroyed. dares amelpated, a........A. .... .
I t e m rl dooN ., bm sl tgi v e. s m e I, t h t. e s.r. d t w. ..o..f. ..... .
lo falling to be thus welcomed. atid that natun has provided two of and he leri from >oanos and MOTHER YaT M9R[E HIARTLmES tilt .." ..." ;" ."-""s. B---
Se.b on the bake of beautiful L.aker the beat weapons for fighting this b hu ger. le la. to bear the -.Iw........ .. .... ....
toward, ten b the borne of my my. lety of sad and quantities of oft old talerehearedby one that we n. ..4 u 5 ......:....:a :::.::f....' tl
friends, one sees muhto admire. The p... e tr..ees, that with their f neof h*1 a. .......A.....u. s..........Aus.o.,
aaeetof water so ery clear le sueclent of long needles, resembles a brooms The inhabitants of Pomona are nebr- Jemuidg, a white nuroM fo Mrs. Froed ........ rsp ........ .... ........... ........... .
to gladden one's vision. It is of good and to use this in beating it proves ly all people from the North, andlty elk L B tter, a ladyof high soolv Jae er p)
S ise, while the depth Il unknown. A very eetual. bred fe coa here for a home, Standing in Detrpit. Mtch., was before gt0.................... iT tL
i e tolled out sixty-five feet failed to ktbere anotlr State n the Union b.hred .e 'ie here fa e: *oe lpoh jutg s atsr.V 4o m..........
S reach the bottom. A tourist from the wheble hh emoon'a nd stsre bl -a .. bril- w .us.. W De I w..........u....... ., A a J, .
S \ "Whit Mountain" State pronounced liut, and the rising a44ing of the bringing so mu, ch dew wek ust ion ast, nocri. theferreds nkthe dOfLnti aw.... ................ t
I t a "pownd" inhis call at toe house sun so glorious as is ld tobe the on to go by, fdr o they are really- n.e laupndbt.nrnk tth.n e h MaI. In' , ake W s t. e ..s:::,. v s itu r
one day. ae which we were all justly case down thispenials between e o r 0te e ther dearedhM thea nt m av tm) ... S e tuv I
preeedetd. Had It not been for the -- ." ... Hoto.lakoftb ..eorI. t. ...
C. I .ndigngant. Numerous waerbid are *the Atlon cean and t ulf of p a h. n o w moio, uof hds ieioBybe iof l i ..... 50. s Ia ssV11, Di4e
S aigy s Nee, nor us the rodar dsof these d lg- chhas been luUlTd wald of second rot r of old weMathesr al oold addi, sha b ed hs. beeM peat
.mene, nor i the roar of the allig oo. hhasbeenutlysldof inameassureohavbeen pll; nwte w hldeidw thalere"melveo mekhw *Im s D .y tIabl y ah ,..
',pt ambeard. One old fellow has a the far-famed t& Johns river, a river lnary to the oraetee 1 mob P* l6 ia T at lro Psa ;C r ar bc s.
S r so soerous that it give one the which flows contrary to all precon- eater, andi o many ..yrm t ma a ss tae o appeal from then e w iule tolte vo. Niio."'N W.1N
,presion that a slight earthquake has aeved M eas of right arnd wrn at the least w .ill havefo pass by. aNd t t br e. la sad e VosI
aken ; place, for heactually makes"thee runs down north. Her at Pooua ateas will a e to.ea bya tef I. tha.t the tne b.e .c _'or.
earth to tmble" as he tives vent to going to Jacksonville by the J. T. Ar little the people ofthe.No ..M....
.Ad expresses bli views on the coming K. W Ballroad we go up, if by river wh thle tol te i 4 ,a '-,, .L .. A. "
alae rm which heproohleswe go down.,It has been my good grow. Th al : Id
& Cold in the extreme for this hitherto fortune to have, with the exception of rowp l mld. t "
n' ny land ha been the past few ometn or twelve mle, a trip over the people of ,tirIda s#, Jacksonvill| '
S weeks. The peotplere not prepared the nvipble part of this carmingthe cor. prodnon eld 1 l C 0aVo ,
odor emeoenoles of this kind, and man river. From 8anfold to Welaks the that tat., p ar 8 -d
did best eufer more with the reglster mery is most picturesque. Tihe banks th Shtp pM .illea. b.
.grossee above sero than in our of the stream are covered with ham- ov t h Laip, ft ibn a St. Augustl
wnwith 80 degrees below. It bet, which contains all kinds of sub. aes who e l t upl, Ie.
f o .a en expressed wish that I night tropical plants and trees. Palmettoes, from, now tthat the frult, atd is od i t
Se permitted to witness the holiday sea. palms, cypress, holly and mistletoe, the trees are deetroljed. th & IedianW
when Fourth of July weather with many trailing vines, grow In reat that Jack Froetheld fallswqe S 'sW hi vohR
. away. And, at Christmas time luxuriance. Many times in looking for suay land," sad w 'mld Wis las atakento 6w
was my pleoure. It was a eason ward it would seem as if the river was every breath what was the future, we oA**a"Ita bu ..
t, tcribakle to me-doore and win. too narrow for the passage of a veiel felt asif we must do something, i t 6 an at t / .
f ppen to the balmy breeze; birds the slse of one on which we are trav- could only cover up the la fti
on and all nature smiling. The alinlg, but we find there is room and t reighted well with lusioneu r l. Time Tebls Nla aeet
Harni foliage of the orange and spare. However, we have the feeling protect them as we dorareelatat l 61 e4111% lt 4TiWITH A VIM. SOTH "
d termingled withthe magnoils, of wishing to put out the hand and North at his unexpected comag. Vlt ,estee. STTONS. mo. si mo.s o.T so. ATIOws, u.5s, wIu i
d oleander, looked as i just grap the palmettoes that are ust onefeels so poweries, s ilad e ~g w.m. L aekamrlle.....T i.a A, wi Ba.. ... .. ..........
l, d a v the handlwor of some within our reach. In crodlro Lak to meet the inevitable; Itilndolusedte a nw,w April IL--Two "8. snO .c. .... S :.::..
It w 4t. "It certainly was a George, I was standing by the side of horbl feel when pees aij s.-ue via tKe l ,, :... .. .::..:::... ,::... .;.,. ;.:.::':: .
e cam of any brush; but Ia thePurser of the good little smer through schacriss.h It s "amaat......It" ...........lA ............. ...............
and aft to become but a me-m. red. DeBary. The night was perfect, me how th peo p ealiy f ro o mea L. o :::: : ::.:
Sest thad been. All of which and the peasnneri were expatilting pecteda blow, foral w p and dt.. sS',
told in previous letters. It on its beauties, also those of the lake, hopein better results tihaa hld lban a bu uS ;a a "* te
g ftie Smelf to-see the lovely sub. when I remarked, Y, indeed, it predicted. Many of them feel lt4hers Mred r boelotap et he rye....ue at'......... ........
Seloltopdetroyed for the see. very fine, and I do not wonder that the is much to eoeouSe them, bat denials 1 as %.c *e i .... SS
ha S We had watched anxiously Southern people are veryproud of this of allu lxetrtas and evo ] some NOem ao~fas b ......... ...... .
Tenoewing of growth to the body of waler,stillit s not to be cop- are egn, but of one f.rm oh ....... ""
,also roses, lilies, yellow pared with out lake Geor "h" hope they may nevet e deprived. tAshweimas aw........ ............
,d gladIols, eagerlyy search. -sld the Purse, "You are from New Th.t .. the ire of Po:rida In e .eeh .
de i eas n1 blosome of spring's York tae, I see, and you are right; opn hearth. It le a great eomfoe to PREAORt 6 K tiE KN =: : ::::
Sr, the wee violet. Peach and that Lake George Is far beyond ths in feel its go and Dnyp o far .. .............r .....
41 roe1 were in full bloom. The compariwon."- While the approaches of and. fea fr i gw ndsmane n ,."bon of.. i on ......epiteaism OI .. stop e ............
mp. largetrew euch as one see Lake George, New York, are all that fantastic lames. Have wonderedh.ow Jacsor U .lt--Lewisa e.a. ap S .....
.fauhloned apple orr ards at the one could deals those of Florida *ur-many of your reades have av o M *gOQ po sed ,a. ke le O ............ o .
S. A very beautiful eight was ours pass them. oyed a ride through these e mase '
oan morning the pure white Leaving Sanford, we journeyed sto ood d Io h the ,of Is, yti i .A. :..... wa1f.'.d a,
emawere fron sUo and the top Winter Park by steam and rail. We not be able to carry myself n a.ot w r M. ... .. ... I
te tree nreblieg a miniature found much here to litermt one. Ourt oide are neede eir A T A W T COAQ
e bak.. We onted twelve crdl. toay w somewhat limitd, being on tht ae familar with- ther EAST COAST AN WEST COA
e t as tihey ae or commonly need to a few days. We wore well lg. But to methee rends th4t4 '5. 5 Asugsmea.i 55P (1r4 Tsuliee
Iu i ad heeMe blds." Of all brds taken care of at the Boon HO the foeta all look allke, so w% I sio. s -. A wln. wo .m -.- So.-bo.f 5atlifb.
Ineality the cardlash are situated on the boruem of La feneoathrkabboundaue, adb *
SDailyt ey eU. *Golma, named in boor of the great .o.... ... ........i........

So. .wimetre la *rlee vauio.u Northeam theses A It I..s. "...
,.a ,s h .a s ol.setuien as to dieplpie, .#P P...
iujeplmrnm 4 0t being a Clampopean sk F, .. .. ......

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