SPRING and SUMMER
/ A 1/.
BEGIN TO COME IN.MEANWHILE WEWILL
SILL ALL HEAVY WEIGHT CLOTHING
---' ANDIGENT'S' FURNISHING GOODS
M.,.. R|^ A FULL L NE
, I I
mnmalm% *A uso e wSasm..o
-am Id Mt ti WU a ml r m
mame l asmok tr I m man, n e* S
-, buawe la nta eh nb- i sy ad
thaul war, jUsik= aMtabe s abst
relief -me k a M an* m a
ham ow aUovwe. IIt mmn6 L.
Everybody Mes talb a ler medy,
and everycA should taIe only Sm.
mou LUTMer Iegattmr.
B e su you get it The Bed Z
I n to t b wnp.per J.. M.dH a A
Co., P lnaonlphU ,
Jame e Maltrld.
The many friends of James Gamble,
Jr., will probably be nsurpted to leamn
of hi marriage, which occurred In
Bostop on the 9th ult. Jim isa pou"i
lar boy, and deserves the good wife
which we are sure his judgment as.
listed him In securing.
John Dallow, one of Welska's ester-
prising citisns, was in town Weddee-
BNe Bali News.
The game between the Palatka.and
Frutilnd temms Moaday ws interest-
tat enounkh, but Was fled with su, .
lent Incidents and accidents to demol-
ihb enthustim to a great tent.
Before the gmn was called bSaford,,
Pelatka's cateohr, had the index Afner
of his right band severely brumed, and
In the fint balf of the fourth inning
Coppege, pitcher for the home team,
had the misfortune to break his left leg
just below the knee. This had a ten-
dency to disband both teams, and after
that what little Interest there was left
There were only six innings, the
score resulting 7 to 10 in favor of Pa-
Houses of all kinds
to Rent or for sale.
'd L tnHe bsoeams
te~a, W) try WA
6eth& teems will meet et
ta I frT homt wheoe they wjel wl
*als to e alud Ulitiy plede to the d all be
towed th put bslag of new uniform
for te uards ,wdo are badly needed.
There I no orgnlastion more dearv.
lou of easoagmens tthea a troop of ""...
Volunteer soldiers.' we edeu E
R.. .Erls left for Bostomyesterday, t,
where ImLfuture he will reide. Ed.N
was one of our most pootlar and as.m r n
teemed young uen, and bis numerom
friends regret his departure.
Martmae Batler the gMeesetl .Cm.
There were only three candidates be-
fore theexamlnlng beaud which met In
this city last Saturday as a preliminary
condition to receiving a scholarship la
the South Florida Military Institute,
establiUhed by act of the Legislature at
* lartman Butler, son of Capt. T. C.
Butler, of ftlatkh, won the appoint-
ment. All the applicants ae reported
as sustaining mo excellent qualify.
nations, and the obmpetition for the
coveted appointment revealed a prod-
elency that must be gratifying to their
Hartman is well known to all our
cqtiens, and has frequently been
pointed oat as young man of hopeful
E. J. mblth sad faall are taking
their annual vacation, having gone to
Cincinnati for few weeks.
John Grlffn left for Washlangtoon,).
C where he wl4 enter a college. He
was accompanied by Mrs. Griffin.
Adlal tReynolds, Thomas' faithful
book-keeper, has gone on a well ae-
served outingto his old hone in Ken.
tucky. He will be absent about two
Those. H. Keating, .
Lemon Street. Exposton
The A. B. Beaulos.
LourvIwL. Kr,, pfteher 11-
Ffty;onadx-elen hulo RATES,
arnvy maNhed Aiough the sMs o l t o
this b uthem scty bia. Beotre hem, PALATKA, FLORIDA, ,t
iu advance of tho colgap, wii.ked two A,
Kentucklane whn aliae ip the Oe. -VIA-. th
federated oervie Pat te anteat of h.**
tilillen ftnun the- t ditch. S. & RAILIAY.
One bor aloft 0he Ati% & Ra4ALWAY.
the ther a t esl bpaei4 k whlie. --
IviOglie ftbeseter a gw? ld d1e,.* $16.80. t
in We aUbAt ",ll a
1 the sickoleta o s eao epeber 6 ead 1& ,
s esoad da'ly item ispemWber 18 to Deoem-
wow 0e5ie, Umted t Jan. a
m ots (
LOO M JukW l U949 5I 1. U
^^,^ll JrpeIItg L i0
We regrt to make Ia o tf Sh
fact that Dr. J. L North ha r
mined to leave ua. Be go to A
(connectcut. The Daor wbee Is
with just long enoud. to
greatly aMteelaud by all dy 4iIr
clmseas. Tm slatesly seNt thO i
tntleman s eo antlmy quallip e f
te duties of the h0ooseN~d pfeit
medicine, and one bl( i hktd la
high nre bt by iaUl aple sbeo
Bad it hisduty to .ea e a. The1a%
oti on m e addm0ues at 0 eMj O
follow the DoeeWr 4d h tht4i t
their aue oiae, om. "
the blood is ea outf atdeg na
dhe imleaa" sa e W
rent aMe, Uam aiilae
teler Qernp sta Isearns oSri,
0s1W C Mwj Jad4 is m
SBoool opeMasOctober 1. .1
Thirds prospO t 4 0
anc durang the c0sts euil o
In t e t b deo
o f s t M s s | Os tW l
A lRuthEWaE. m.r h" to Ia
ed umnks the 4 pervihson of en .xpe-
GAO AMIjBI D Just recead bye I*
I wo, a Bls Lsoan t M m oo .. e
$eMat=*loWirleft fof)l *e. 3.
ugnIsmt. hiea Stmah oic
Ittd1. het oaeeM htaluab
lp. only *W4
tW Ut. H ffc Ndo |' H|
^-~W ^ a ."
The nowa11,h 1
he large a
ado, ad Io *Dow 'baw'l
te natural sense
no line of the lebrat 4
andreth's eaB. -.fher It
pitshe Coeppson o
D ailg l ..hsr
.%I A- *".
mah..A.all. &AM i
iey Rok, N. l '
It.Is u4 d o. f.n one, who
-- l--- +- ...... lMoss a air Ious fk plsmo'
"asI tabo glabu s, to ulp hkmelf wth
omxuoe t mhe wothllo th84 on ear, e I l Ii up ,o SAV, ,
moAtR F b I ton a4ns Vt oWesse, pid care smok blla
k o owb, .T MOUNTAtA~ ad MAGNIFICENT a1s a, liable to comeupon all ln. e,. ..
the most pleaiaMt ptae in the Mountains. day life,. or iaasnce, Hooda's s I, 'N7t1 "/'. T
S. th bM af i m 0,ii aiftl spot on earth wIth its grand water bloo a one rl ela, ad to .
untains and magtfieent, views, but Itois the the blood pute and lsas lealles to ~ w'
am. mais- sues I sorb the geus of d'sea, will be wll ......4.m' U-+
Oh k.b sof Rail Roads. and is therefore, the best iagh invaluable. Chang of drinkr.,g LA N d I
L A.W. water often causes serious trouble, e".yor
Ga. orfolk, Va., Wilmington, N. C., peolally if one ha been used to pringA ,eve oneo
g to Chimney Rock take the Iseaboarl Air water in the country. fu rom a fewNB L
MLpped of any line of Road in the South. dropst a t eatuImblr of I Kwt 'lp 1NOW .to use DALNaWsa TE mPs Z .US, b l l. -
ney Rock visitors to Rutherfordton, from parClPa In a tumbler of water will pr
carries them over a splendid mountain ventthe e water having any injurdioe 1 and S T J y. for '
tiful river with its ever changing scenery. effect. and VgiTb A T. ac t o U afora '
hIaI( I Stopr Alt Hood's Vegetable Pills, as a et cathar. -
all I Stop At? tic, cause no discomfort, no diatulm n STO
View Inn, conducted by Mr. George P. snce, no lose of sleep, but as sistC the n ROP|1, PkilaT io ,S TCoKY,
hotel is new, the furniture and fittings of digestive organs, so that satisfactory A
kept. From the hotel is a grand view of results are effected in a natural d a C ROWTH, and Sweet aioy V aIOETA L Wand iTPan that
e United States. the famous Chimney Rock, regular mane
ma. C. W. Jacobs, of Orlando, started his ENGAGED ahead, by those MEROHANTS who do
making everyone feel at home as soon as mammoth squash to the Atlanta Expo-
attention to her house-work, and superin nation last week, It is doubtful if there OT want only the VERY BEST Fruits and Vegetables.
Insures the most perfect cleanliness. The will be another as large iu all the aggre-.
the parlor under her management. Mr. gation of farm products. It weighs 98 AKiE time and write AT ONCE to the
ving everything fixed to please his guests. pounds, and is two feet ta hameter.
BM eClare,-If I had rto aeds, quoit pitching grounds, na marble He has a number of the same variety
athe old man, I'd ive upbu yard, t s, a yard nicely graded, where the boys, men, and ladies can play on his place, but this one has outgrown V
ad travel, the old, but ever new games of marble, "roll hole, knuckle down, kc"] He its brothers, and las the giant of the L B B m C
SAdCollum--o would L hasswings, Joggling boards, turning boards, and many amusements for the family.-Beporter.
S old M tin weai Ltchildren. Be has ru tl seats over the beautiful grounds. No wherelse can
S I how.b h at Wk' visitors find a place where they can get the comforts and pleasures that they JACKSONV ILLE. FLORIDAo
.odo M Mr. Borton's ho t .
... 305 sdh ssI. But Is Not The Pree Too High? A carload of choice California bud. And obtain their SPECIAL LOW PRICES to meet the
1 ouw e? bi No It is~ really a puosl tothe visitors how Mr. Horton furnishes the excellent d orangstoc arrived last week in for CASH WITH OR
I o aiumd ay I -ea. fare anad the amusements to the visitors that he do for the small charges.
do you do fore Some of his visitors have insisted on paying him more, and this s the reverse FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS *
"When It o that I eas st of most ca, for it is usual to have visitors growl at high rates. He only MaR. Wmisrow's soormwe BSr has
lerI up and walk f s bchargs seven dollars per week, or twenty four dollars for a full calendar been used for ov ftyears by millions A M E R R Y D A Y
= him tillhe quslet down Ad gma of mothers for their children while teeth
S e Tarlion" am, oth. In with perfect soceess. It soothes the
1Thip is valuble information to me, and a number of my friends who are go. r ld, s.onem the Sums, allays all pain.
ANo' A Dgwato take a vacation this summer, and I am certainly under obligaons to you ore t wlind colic ai ve the ot remedy -R
Many I eofe t ouri ek w ION fore C neys ItBwill theo l igation fu Ir will rle te-
4' man w as1 t1a1 e er p ad will ee you during July so d .August at Mr. Horton's. By the way how little snfesr iminediately. Sold b
ath e. .drearmy .ly -saslf o la tar is t from Asiteville? st ine of the world. wenty.
Ee cents a botetle. Be sure and @4' for
disguise, you hmow." Only twenty miles. A three hours drive with a good span ofhoes will take "Mrs. Welow's thing vr rop, I and
"my be D 1 Mt 8 you tOIl or oom the beautiful mountain city, and to Vanderbilt's elegant take no other kind.
thu1p'a the other, naOyl, ra "butru i ate n o unt kn
tihre's no u s he r i ll-a- mer home. In fact, it Is said that Vanderoilt is going tohave a cottage Daytona Journal: It may not be ge-
u* blamed pertet." zvelng Mbuilt at a point near Chimney Rock. As to all these po lts you can write Mr. rally known that the new bud of the
GysL George P. Horton, Chimney Rock, N. C. caand stripped fine makes
Sw i. -the-way, a party of prominent editors visited the place And selected the t et a o blmat
Soes--A chemist's shop in Holboea. location as to the best place to build an Editorial Club House, and they wrote and free from dust. Mrs. M. J. Haines,
o the s tant eate an Irishma. many words ofpraise concerning the place and section. I willquote from the of olly ill, who m s palme Brick Lim Cement Plater a d Hal
5p poits to &Pas a l'eofloppewro: of Holly Hill, who mae' palmettoite aH .
s *tcsl a foll lal? Cr: RAI NEWs AND OBERVER.mattresses, finds the bud much pref. Orange Boxes. Orange Wraps.
ywatalump off"th mountans on each side the most plcturealue scenery east
A as-T ak of ae we, sa. ty ofieditor h ave met to for ouelves and to tell though it is more trouble to procure Dr Cypress and Pine Heads. B go and Florida
Ostomer--I' take ItWW .I w airwo rldSomething of the realgrandeur and sublimity. 0 1 Itt a revelation, T he 0 ol rou g d N /goio
W y and yet how many are willing to live and die without putting forth one effort tt Pine Sides and New Sh d r Hoop Corrspondence
S1view" to wonderous eaenery. The view from the dome of Chmuey Rock O RAILWAY COAN
A. eato partI useis supeb. It mst be seen to be thoroughly understooda" O d.OOImA in orlidsothemWat St"o
Soda- w(toerpaefnallngdodrweIroud.etinO1to. Thea-w. D.ALE, R. P. B A. T
Abm 1 0e^ t evmhg tino the roa aS we rounded Chimney Rock. At our right was
b d Mf letart-lMhl Od a unadir whose gigantic cliffs we significant Imortals were oneeping JACKSONVILLE, FLA., July 20.
W eWio P l lal..1 e river sang a ves&er hymn and It seemed as if nature was o fferi The Southern Railway, in connec- W
4edanyassistantsber even pe r to the creator. he view from Chimney Rock is glori
'a ro ns. 5 t it s useless to describe the beauties of ths region. ,an see tion withthe F. C.P., has been s. m 8 mEADQUARiBm o uA I
hg. -for you l e.c leo acted by the Grand Army of the Re- '
." 41 Si WILMteNGTO N RVIAW. public as the Official Route to LouIs-
iones iaowtt s*0& Ii ls ilt l up hill and down dale- now in the valley shut in by high bills, and Encampment K n September. Theronte1 b SinI e i -
Scn you. We hsaouno skirting the brow of a precipice hundreds of feet above the plain beneath. will be via Everett, Atlanta, Chatta. Handsome Oak Chamber Sults heater than has ever bee ed t
allow MRyoua j h Theountry between Rutherfordton and Asheville is beautiful, rich prosper- noo and Lexligton. Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, il aIsa pep sad OeAry,
okeeg ttea ous and happy.d We stood upon he summit of the rugged a pictiauries this occasion the low rate of one priep.
e ae. q oChimney and gaed abroad for sixty miles, the eyes taking In almost at one cent per mile has been made, which In fact, you will ad BARGAMINS i M and everythbalwng as
"Te his pekbt mthee te glance the peaks of a hundred magnificent mountains. The views is simply will make the rate about $16.00 for the aId aMll t m e
gNt P6 sabhime." round trip from iacksonyille. This Polp 4 t9 t i0 sa" satnd alae
add iveceut c ia"-M. T. 160MAM RICIIMobD DIsPATCH. rate is opa to the public. Tickets will
A series ase .P "There as not a missing element in this beautiful mountain scenery. There be sold ptember tIh to 11th and will IIIIII
"**The human windpipe is Is Is a succession of grand views all the way tor six miles. No language can de. be limited for return tnrip until October
Serial story," remarked a & pFlt the grandeur of tile scenery all along the route. The Broad River oertal fth.
t.r. ly il as picturesque as the famed Swanosauos; and larger sand much ute turb- i e riotM sheited has two through
"ow do make" that eu 4 e le t." tans daily, leaving Jacksonville at
e ,' tonroKx vIaeixNI. ,:0 U. R, IS2oI p. m.
t1 4 @I mM enodisn OJUtr n bf "Al&t every turn of the road as we approsolled, the mountains unfold. pe a. a g sp ecial a
a elegirn like ilang wild grandeur almost and et faciasting in the extre Peak a f e dre g W.
ae lw e "" Itoim seemingly teaching skyward a tr supramscy spetlo A g o r-r
it. u,- .9 '." Iti only a few years snceman IrstMtod dspon Ithe samil ei$ t .rt
SA. L i T ,h l kine,"president of
masr who ...' a Is the moat Picturesque$ s ecto th t 6n 0.1 the aty eegI
tNh Ig1eet gorM lavn a
1hen011a g lmIsea sbeenotMine..
dW~ ,.708 ez~bltnt
"V.,. ..'., ,
MA6tb la Ike qmmw, i
Wee ta"sk a to ofpetebesIt
St MeaseTeap"erow, A
III'be38 f 3matfhl," i m-
Dot abe ant dear. I a
ded owed and oh, Prry, I know iof
S seeka d e arOt s .one ea ow."
U "I l roaws" "aid Vwr. "Bo-w
ert, a wn dolrmnd id to be k
ea"Oh, ewar to h ejknowu.
sheubwratha an4 withlthae ubarban-
itaetlaad, I as yweall retooll I
wtlobaeM tAee l nssos on tae fying
apee an o that I may eobetem obe
aWItbe stas train. IUaistadyto
equire th dated suburbasnera taat
S peoWple who eat their brealfaataand
', dine, by lamollgt asume, aml. t
by s Mt e9 c their= t ofat a p to
depod afte they Woo de the
,-. i 0 d trainn"
) M we won be, th mlong mnou
for ask- somhis e f o.40 18,
S "That ood as we hall probably
hetwel ailes or more from a grocery
sore. av e you pmght you waouse
"Ohyea r.w blM aeadbaseaone e the
Iaw v Po and bsh toldme about oars.
It t osthwest Samer homue,
w hi: hirs a* th osu"thes't. at It
strange, Pofy, thaN I have never been
inktoduoed to Mr.hmeadf 1 wouldn't
belle" these was may aumo perasn It I
had notee hLm."
"Vothiar strange about It," growled
dog' voles. "I suppose you want to
V ^ know hlm beeaua ae haa the reputa-
U toof beta lady kllWe."
"a W "latoldbrMomwe bothknow
that he prddeehlsae. ou his bauty."
EW "I Matg be m,? sad sauda
to| Ago seme5hir g sowent
GIa I d amad sa t &i ".o"
=a=dat ir m to mae' isfam aw"
1 b ot tee miesa irthe who -ywam
deamt ha to ad fMe athept e to
a U4m itoes from seha
ile further on a an oommodatlon
bairn, that l owed up for GMvry eow Oa
ft* .a"4 he wrapped himealf In
Sapeedlative revere until the brake-
as clled "O.-k-l-a-n-d as if only
he deatlivedat that tatloa.
MKi. Emed was waiting for her huam
b". whom hmexapeste on the half-
pdalsa tra, but the tranla had oome
ad goae, and Instetad of the handsome,
wellgroomed Mr. Smend, a frantle
wvrn., her neighbor, Mra. Thorns,
nehed Into her eottege.
"rye caught himl"shegasped. 6He's
looked up in the library Ohl ooh oh
"Caught whom asked the mystified
woman. Then seeing that her dio-
treated victor wae very near fainting,
she colleeted retorativ and brought
back Mra Thorne's scattered wita.
Mamd explained a soon as she could
speak that a desperate looking man, a
buJglar, she wae certain, an a oon-
slot well, by the out of hisb hair-
had felonlously entered her house a
moment befo re she ame, and walk-
Inr boldly into her library had been
looked afely therein by herself.
"The windows are nailed down I
have been waiting for Perry to open
them, so he cunot escape that way,"
"I expect Amos on the last train. I
don't e what is keeping him," said
Mrs. amead. "but he baa not come
"Neither has Perry, but perhaps they
will come together. Isn't it dreadful?
I aren't go back with that man in thW
hono. I know by his lookha hoe's a ur.
dear. Our irl hasn't oome, and I'm
all alone Oh.if Mr. Sead re only
"I ru do jut as well," aid
Mrs. mad, oldly. "I will take our
revolver, and you can bring the stove-
liUfter, and we will Interview him
through the door."
"But what good will that do? He
may wh-o-o-t flrstt"
"Come on," said Mrs. Smead, con-
temptuoualy. She was only a young
matro herself. but she was not going
to bo kInominiously routed by a one.
man army, Oid a e led the wy to her
nelghbor a oottafe. No other people
liUed In the row, eo they had all t oe
fun to themselves.
But at that identical moment the
aeventOty train, sometimes called the
"hustade' trai," so many of them
wat out to depend the week Interval
with their families, to d at the
=a" 0"tset, ad PerrTzorb%, with
o pa oad o pagkes,, hoe i" n
eight. Beth women we overjoyed to
tsA 'Na ntheVera nda.
ike-1 b6* awomen at cBe.
". pWha tl wpad flke to kow.*
'sad WsH e adil 'elxpei ed hima
,1 hav ent eM- Who is tie
'^Ibfla~anhe%)eked us inthe
Sfs stiemas debilitted, sedess,
mieeelsr as l mOrippe.
M. W. ltlon, no sas eorf the Mu-
$6 Uf lusu.I*Ua0e 4.ofKU.kYr,MAPS
"is MIa aad 0 I had two sevn asnacks
of IA66lpI the les one smoking my nr-
T"a MMses s eih sh MTsyu tht smy lfeI
was despaIMd of. I bad not slept for mol
te Iwo moBths eaep byte use of mar-
esIe that speld me, bus PTve me no
I Weonalu o doee otis tnonse mental
weaksem. uoa5ai bodly pai in ad the
fact thba I u beshuF growing weaker.
When a Slaiseoedition. I commaeced ules
Dr Males' N R Orati Nervin. In two days
I began o mLphooe sad Ml one moth's Utme
I ft ep led,u me to bhe surpri" of all vho
hkn ew at o odllUo. I have been en n-
callet s llbasi one and haveim noommoned
our remdies to mamy of m frioeds"
Lousville. Jan.M. 3L M D.W. unoM.
kr. MIh' tniM hm IMU
Deland Record: There an three or
four hundred negro laborers working
on two turpentIne farm In the north
end of Volntia county. These immense
farms are being uccessmflly run by
Georgia parties, who claim that the
Florida pine tree is richer In the pro-
auction of turpentine and rosin, and
couomquenti more profitable, than the
From the number of arrivals of little
angels come to earth recorded by the
Bartow Courier-Informant, that town
i surely -growing, and happiness
reigns supreme. There is a splendid
opening for a cradle factory.-Tampa
The World's Fair Test
showed so sklaki powd&
so fpae r os gret la Iea
ealagpewer as the Royal-
FLORIDA CENTRAL & PEN UUI
tiled MiN etweem lerida d all r"th erm P 'm
EVEDETT, SAVMA, AUITA IA.L. COLUMIIA. WWAS R ItM
fNLAuXrlI. EW YK. ITeM U TEo aST.
12e Josioon, Panmeeal. Mobue, Nw Orlsaens, Tenase, leo. Caorlni atd Poek Ospj
EFFECTIVE JULY l. If."
asues s* NEW YRK LIMITED *ItM
4M0, NEWYORK PMT MAIL
Los L4ave Jekseoile 7s 4 a. i ..0 pm
2;70;a a ints v1 .
0 a'*OAToW suo M, hr.T, IotW
S Lave Jaekaomevll 90 4a. m.
F 2 or LAMe Clt, UTv a OrM acll
wm," AM*loo. Califo rnia d
o -w wDviul 11Aa a.
rIsLeave Ja"skmm 9.50 a. m.
X a t JvMS k rs.r or a a mH
S. OINOINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED.
CwAn OtNI n At 11 0,L
m *J ^ t 'l-%Y connects for uI l *Ji|tytlle, U
'ad l I ( d all latfenk Mal d A tra
rEUINhULAR I.1. Mksonvtlle IJ ,a v
en Osnnaostne.as. 'f -' -
My..w Naspri es Re $.t,6K"
SC ITY, IO
LuvAr JACKON 6IL e p. 0 n. .Via OOI, A ti u hs
th, ce to o t. 11.is,. ARrives In ylO a. at.
6. q. rn0-Local forTflhuas and Intermediate pints. Arriue mobvlille sb
.S0 p. m-For Tampa and lateomeMdates points. Pullman Mepe. aVe0
ror Heodemonvole, Spartanburg and Abetllse leave Ja*sawelvte'diMy LPU
for VAOOx and ATLA.A TWO TRAIN5 DAILY. avld Jaokoehvlfie .5i$ aind- -
Pullman leopers on ail Night TraleN.
Bead for BMat Indexed wnsbhip Map of PilodM to
N. a PNMNNGTON. Trans Manager. A. s. ACADOxUI. e. Pf.w igwe
TI d 1Down
bowed@&eI mils. wbi dt
hrdefth. No .
\ Washing Powder .
St b *Meto leeM. Memo "dms he
s wea, L hmp"
^ \ r^*ie ..*"*?*>*k qu*|tW
U U w o
'lletii t will bea whenifBl
a Ster cheer from t ti
To It mockr hs O sweed l
Or owith Dtle in .mle"
l inraet ill be s whenr of
aWow"e es.th reaeec to lbs
out atlt o Mo to os of tha w t 's
or e With Dixie InOD lr.
Tad ve reioh witU the ob tht we a'O
lombetr Togu*e. *'*
an elot to induce North Carlhnving
locte thermanent there. .ey
aeDo yao wasnt a goode Mat es
culte of tobacco, ana if they fe
agreed tha that crop can be alS'
and oared with success they will eaead.s
an effort toh he nduced out at arollna
year. He planted a tenagre d *,A'
beoyply s It is done m South Car
iT e tY am* mom -M
erlewtehuhe vaisedout at Carelke '.
IR HAhIIF i.
PAL*TKA FLA., SEPT31. Ia, aslK
4. T, tha'bIead bou
i b It b rehearsal
S!&U4)a." of- t M *Macedonia.
^B 61^ o*elpit-f*, Z~f 5 I like to
AhMip se AM the Lord
"0a'6 010aqp hsase."'
Mrs. Marret Custer .Calb~oas If t wl e a tousa ot 'rebellious
aughter.of General Custer, b b aseeliag tlheensllouiltwas putsiude
e.. hInvited to read a paper on "6 se d sIlwithSa sI i s hand
cay Day" at tim ecottonLEate a n- S'Es DM What ae yoa, I'd like
t SktokaoW to be setting yourself upias
ternational Expostion by the BaUed one thg Ld ea't get along without?
Women Managers. If Btnaedn y0 tdelp it' like enough
B. He'll atie yea the ways and means to
Judge Emory 8peer, ex-Congruman give l-8 that owns cattle on a thou-
from Georgia, and now preliding Jude sead hit I kno*wa you're willing
of the Unded ttae sDistrlt n oart o f withet your taing the
StotMoasktea baby of yourself in
the Southern District of that State, haslell o of tt.
4 ( accepted an Invitation to deliver the "Bat it is wtearl"-the rocking
opening address at the Cotton States went oa-'to think of me Ivmng In
Land International Expostion. Judge comfort at plenty, and so fied I ain't
S1peer is a gentleman of national repu- a sn to give. My mardn
enough 4. meand to spare, and the
nation, both as a lawyer and as an ora- Lord forbid I aould have a grasping
tor, and will without doubt make a thought of what I oea give to my
" notable utterance on that occasion. neighboa( but there's no money to be
got by 1it. Only sto re pay for my egrgs
The Internationa Yacht Rae, 8 ovith my hope ; so with my few po-
The Iteratlenal Taest a. ,' need to keep for my-
The great race whish for months sel."
has created so much interest all over It was so na Miss usan had, time
and again, beaten her brains to try and
s.4 the world has transpired, and as was diseoorr sonu way of raising a little
expected, by all Americans at least, money for the heathen. And she was
Amerlca's boat the Defender, was vie. obliged, as time and time before, to
torlous. settle back upon the same wise conclu-
Last race was sailed yesterday. In ion as to the Lord's needing her help,
never realizing, in the depths of her
Sthe first race. Saturday, the Defender modest seif-doepreoiation, the value of
led the English yaoht, Valkyrie III, the service brought by her willing
at the fllish by more than eight mil- hands, i0 the way of oheer and corn-
ates. Tuesday, by means of Valkyrie fort, to the burdened and the suffering;
I fouling the Amerloen yacht, the service given alike in loving earnest-
Sritlhber was vietoriousby forty-siven 'eds for the scant pay offered, or for
tospay at all.
se onD 'ait the ro e was awarded to She eked out her frugal living by
the Defed oM amount of the fouL wing carpet gag for he.. country
Yesterday the Defender sailed the neighbors, knitting coarse hose and
eursa6*one,'th. owners of Valkyrie mittens without number, acting as
S11 reftsla to e Mtethe eateat on nrse In times of sloka6s, and as gen-
aecoau t ofethe piaseteed Jso maoy eral help and oomfo ter inla seons of
they a has fmily upheavals d a tions.But
@#Qrf Oby be fe.or all them ser iees she received pay,
seenK spiat to c W *when pay cw ;, In such everyday corn-
OThe l MploMhtp sup was to be forts as '.me enlsest from those for
awarded to the fg40 vlnlan g thine whom sP worked
offlive e, assE'iAelarm In yacht "'" a cent to be got outof any of
was vieeleU6ldlMttg S' the6 u ;" by whiek sthe meant, not her
Thq% bhoa d alet ow" sIu fielghbors, but the various shapes in
enthnslAle a ds det$orniqi o hbh ib their pay came. There is n
R entets -r S hl.Mlr|tt. % Bmigh have ron e but for the
ttory--and Alsnesi is tis UI' en t demand upon her attention
ion. ( e by an unusual noise and commo-
outslde her small house.
Sthe omy The land WAt aie that horse?
,.the other, gd And a woman and children"
t n o us n i he a Miss nrean meout and confronted
SV*', ft b d psrfm -C a :ithe danger offered by a frightened
Shore driven by a woman accompanied
Toee IS wa1 aBs. 'by .two children, all equally fright-
4 SOene-A chemist's shop nla Boened' Something wrong with the har-
'fo the asslatmet eaters p r aLfees bad disturbed the nervesof afarm
Se pote to a ei* ot map. nimal not given to disturbances, and
^ B'. .jidnAlol. -Wel ? Ase waabeeking i a way which threat-
Cnstome-I want a lamp oa to nod d uter to the occupants of the
S Assta s--T "hank you.m Wil. w on *,
A itb T you W With very and energy, out of all
ttomee--I'l toke it o to her small frame, Miss
as 't Weeklly. "- "e-sU s6lted the horses head.
A sm 1iaePem "J1sp out, Jimmy-jump out!" cried
Dootor (to patient)-I doe ewt w" am
Ot1(htsn y0e. If y7 have 4 e A Amemtary panse in the backward
d41s, I would like to ai iI a eOmonaoe t gave Jimmy courage. He
VI! brother dodtorm. Jsmpe~em joined In hi om dfqsa
aienbl.PtA riktl 'tothos of Miasash. But tie he
.asd any s Istanta s w still bhl i.
amlI ln your oompe-t l "Ju, meth sr he's baoktaig &DI
kn I the oetkl"
-.. .., a,._I 'sa, i agemy of doubt. t o to her
"J oe i, 4- help or hold on to the horse, Jimmy
Je' bout t watched while his mother and a small
ow."4 j.. girl contrived to tumble themselves
"Ro w sm yon say ir 5I out of the wagon. The next moment
K %ls?? toncet ce 1 iO It tippd over the steep baok at the
St aedsd." ro di&d.
i "Ta!e bought three *afi By this time a man who was passing
Stwofinhispeodmalts"s- Mr eame to add his strong hand to the
'ddf ^veoem(~t one.-. T'. weak ones. The home was quieted,
A t u and ke looked to see what the damage
"The himma windpipe la might be.
"remesred o "Not mush," he pronounced. "If
you say so, m'm, I'll hitch it on to
U. -do _"e hat mine and haul it to the blacksmith's.
0e6 thnet' r. "Tisn't fea. He'l get It fixed so you
16S iSh e tsatld nor 101-6, an have It in the morning."
s unTiSam "In the morihngi" M1i Susan saw
eieeathe look of perplexity overspread the
at e wo"se 0 q. oher's fIes,
4 t. ', sJ es.s-Pa "I you'll stay with Im ovrnilghtl
Sar. CtUee-pWeeu. Mt ma'am, *sh tetened to say, "I'll be
le IMareUase-Pa, w more'a delimghtedto bare you."1
u^irt usnaas-the -a wI. The o5fr was gratefully accepted.
o* of the man whoi dol- Jim 6 o 0pan the wagon to the
S T h. .' blaockmtth h rp o repairn and then
RkqIn i-seeo was lies Se usaw s ed a In
S" hamsi lhe m tir tlMrugh the night, harinr
a ly e be, b 4he w guests adto lid not
an 41 rare on" i allyof s#kewing boo.
1)a fMJ ialhl v '2t-f tll eaifht At enne
0w ton take hib mother and
"Te L I, Ide. uZaMi An
heo"And," wet l me mother, In a
the voldres. I b a pathetoi eprs.
and thty oa trea to ber and eI'm gain
Give Don'the ft to thk it's a re hildre
heartily, er sae bhasalng in aympa*
"And," weat ,on the mother, la a
lowered oo wille a pathetle exprea.
alon shaded her face, "there waa one
Uttle one tht died- d we're otgo
to plant a tees for her; and I'm gino
to give the hult to the little children
over to the poorhouse that's near our
"I think thaes Just lovely!" whi.e
pared Miss Sast, with a head cMasp of
earnest, feeling. "I do hope all your
trees'll grow good: I'm sanre they will.
"Stop," said the weoana. "I gVin' to
leave you a couple of trees to remem-
ber us by. We gut more's just the
count, for fear some of 'em might die.
They're good sarte-we picked 'em out
paretul from the beet In the catalogue;
for father, he says when you're going'
to give good are you'd better give it
where it's worth giving Two o' them
"And say"-with the enthusiasm be-
longing with a charming new idea-
"we'll stay and help you plant 'em.
No; 'twon't take long. Jim'll dig. and
the rest of us'll look about for the best
mulch you've got We'll all take hold
for good luck."
They make little frolicofit, bright-
ened and warmed by the glow of
mutual kindly feeling.
"Now, be sure and send ui word how
they get on when you have a chance."
Years later, not very many, Mliss
Susan went to missionary meetings
with a new joy beaming in her face;
and It was noticed that the gentle
little woman did not sit with a pitiful
look and downcast eyes when a collec-
tion was made or a subscription paper
"How she ever does it's more than I
san tell," said Mrs. Barrows, the min-
ister's wife; "but she always has some-
thing to give."
"And gives it with such good will,"
said Mrs. Deacon Ray. "And won't be
passed by. Feels absolutely hurt and
slighted If we don't let her know all
*he objects. Now, here's this call to
help out the Bible woman in Japan.
In a hurry, too. We can't wait till the
next meeting, so I've got to go round."
"And you don't dare to miss Miss
"No. You'll go out there with me,
"It isn't a very pressing call, you
se, Miss Susan," the deacon's wife
went on, after stating her business;
"and the money's most raised. Only
three dollars more to make up. We
only come to you because we know
you always like to know what's being
done-not because we expected any-
thing. It Isn't your turn again yet,
after all you've given since the year
Miss Susan'Vfase shone.
"I have a 51t of money that's just
come in," she said. "I might just as
well make up that three dollars as
keep it lying idle"
"Mis Sueanl Tlhre Isn't a woman
in the molety that gives as you do.
One would think the Lord put it right
into your hand."
"I ouem He does. Come out here
Bhe led them into her little garden.
Half a doen fruit trees were there,
two of them almost within reach of
the kitchen door.
"Look at them two," sho sail, point
Ing to them in pride. "I didn't buy
'em; they eome to me unexpeete4
years ago. And I'm willing to say that
the sun shims brighter on 'em thea
on theote others, and that the cold winds
ain't a cruel to 'eu. For they always
blossom ear lir's the others--and look
at them apples up there"
Sure enough the golden fruit was
8good to look at asit still drank In the
mellow rays t the partial sun.
"Thee two atand sheltered from the
north wias4"-begaa Mr. Barrows.
"And I fancy you give them a little
better care than the others," suggested
the deaoon's we, noticing the pain-
taking cultalsa about the rootn.
"Perhape that hae something to do
"No'm," sad Miss uman, firmly.
"'That Isn't It. It'a 'aum they're the
Ldrd's own tress. I promaisedhIm l
that should evgro'w on'em. I named
'em Goodnese med Mefey-'eauns e that's
wlat 1 always to have fl
thd tat fie what B* snds 'e
throrh th ( A nd jut after
Smaan,.'with a triumphant air, "the
railroad esm o U oihslbyvle, sad
now there's uses through the
senitry ; wtgnt a-s awayairtd
eC It yeetWda. G el ripsee
There is being circulated a petition
requesting subscriptions to assist in the
support of John Coppege, the Ditcher
who had the misfortiine to break his
lee in the game of Monday last. Mr.
Coppege is almost a total strange here,
Monday being his second game with
our team, and Tiu TIMIIs-HERALD is
sure the good people of Palatka wll!
render all the aid necessary. Subscrip-
tLons may be left at Harry Stewart's
drug store. Ladies desiring to assist
the unfortunate man by way of dona-
tions mav send same to the St. George
flotel. Two or three kind hearted la-
dies have already responded.
A CURE FOR DYSPEPSIA.
Mxsens. LII'PMAN BnOS.,
GENTLEMEN :-For the benefitof all
suffering from dyspepsia and general
debility I beg to submit my testimonial
to the efficacy of your P. P. P. (Pickly
Ask, Poke Root and Potassium) as a
positive cure for all these distressing
My systenu was also full of malaria,
my condition was growing very serious.
I bad no appetite, was losing strength,
and wap completely broken down in
health; but now my health is fully re-
stored, and I can eat like a field laborer
without the slightest fear of serious re-
sults. I really feel like a new man.
I take great pleasure in telling the
world that P. P. P. did the grand work
oi restoring me to my accustomed
health. Yours truly, W. S. CIIERRY,
Savannah City Market.
Infoi m ition has been received of the
death of Mr. S. P. Miller, which oc-
curred at Port Byron, N. Y., Thursday
morning of last week. Deceased was
the father of H. L. Miller, of Palatka.
and was in his sixty-ninth year. TuE
TIMxy-UHERALD extends sympathy
- o walm0
,.w a os
Cgmouvq. seeM 0C
son moss w
WHITE A WHITE
Se.m pwa e. asomes mseeA
omme G S h ootsg.
RIVxntIDI, Sept. It.
Fmltor Times.lIW da.
Mr. W. Y. Reynolds, a promient
merchant of Norwalk, while on a Visit
to his place at Riverside, had some re-
markable experience in deer shooting.
Standing in a neighbor's house, he die-
covered a deer in short range, which
had evidently been run over from the
other side oa the scrub. He raised his
rifle and shot it. It had been shot be-
fore and was not fit to eat. Returning
to his own house to enjoy a rest after
the excitement, he cast his eagle eye
over the landscape and discovered an-
other deer approaching the grove. Just
as it reached the fence and could come
no closer, Mr. Reynolds, standing be.
hind a Lunch of weeds, shot it dead
with a shot-gun 120 yards. For long
and short range shooting he takes the
cake. Both were yoyng does, and it is
needless to say that neighbors had to
sit up with him that night, as it was
his first experience of the kind.
Excu rsion I cets for
at reduced rates to all Summer Resorts,
at PEEKx's Drug Store, opposite court
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Met Perfect Made.
3TFRESH and RELIABLE GAR-
DEN SEED just received and for sale
at 8. E. Bond's.
N. II. Moragne has returned from
South Florida points.
Moss WANTED.-Highest cash prices
paid for all moss. For full particulars
address, Davies & Grleveson, Welaka
Moss Factory, Welaka, Fla. novltf
IN CLcurIT COUBT, FrrFTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR PUftrA
0. H. Kwing
L. L.L EXXentor
BY VIRTU Or AF AXICUTION1 I8SUp
out of mid treult Court In above sahtld
eae., bearing ate of eptmember .ln&, to me
dirseu, I vte lvried upon the f % iM c deI
_. -1 -A
The Libel S.lt.
The following, from the Gainesvllle
Sun, explains Itself:
While passing through Palefth yes
tarday, en route from Ormond to
Gainesville, H. H. McOreary was at-
Tmested by Deputy Shetriff Hw6l1, of
Putnam county, upon a warrant lJro-
cured by one Dr. Steen, charging erim.
final libel on aooount of the publihtilo
of two local Items which appeared in
the Sun of Septembes 6.
" Judge King kindly accompanied as to.
the justices's office; the preliminary
trial was set for Friday, Sept. 18, ball
fixed at $100,and we were allowed to
depart in peace in time to board the
train for bome. Justice Howell and
the Deputy Sheriff were uniformly
courteous to us. and to them, Dr, B.
S. Crill and Judge King we shall ever
As we were in Ormond at the time
the articles were published, and neither
saw or heard of them until Monday
evening, Sept. 9th, when we received
a copy of the Sun, we fall to mse where
any malice can be proven on our part.
The fact is, we have never seen Dr.
Steen to know him, and never even
heard of him until a few days ago.
Merchants, Attention I
The tampa serchladlse and Real
EsZtat AuctionCompany can tur any
part of 3 lo into cash In thirty
d4ys't, at good prlus0. 1100
p tUto laboring elses here wekt.
Address as above, P. 0. Box 715,
JHEU ln 1813 WitiI
HARRY E. STEWART, Drugglst,
PAL &TK A1 FLORIDA.
IV j r, "-
Brothbelb QealIfat .iA
The Misees Aderson ane a IAthe
Alabams. ,I fg ,
T. V. Blphy g6RigbA M
lI the city Monday.
John Q. TilgtHmn hiited his 4qill]
at Drayton Island Soiaky.
We Mcknowledge a pleasant
Tuesday from i. L Colvia,of Plran
Mrs. Geo. P. i'oTle and Miss Nellli
are expected bome from Tennesse
W. E. Bailey 8. A. Baker, o
Satsuma Highti, were in town th
Charlie Xnppesbush hUa opened the
oyster season by the arrival of a lot of
Mrs. Gee. Miller, of St.. Augustine,
spenta few days with her other, Mrs
Martin, In the city, dis week.
Hon. B. P. CaOboun aad4amily left
few days agg t COlbhon Tids, 8. C.
where they will pndsa few weeks,
Quite a number ct ulast M ms d
vantage of the 50s. rte to Jscmsonvill
Sunday, more tham one hundretiett
B. L. Lilienthal has retatped from
tnp North, where he has been to pur
chase hie fall stock.
Miss Blanohe Bronson and Miss
Corene Johnson, of DeLand, passed
through the city last Tuesday, en route
to8t. Augustine on a vislt.
Misses Lena and Jennie Lilientha
_left Monday for Manchester, Ga.,
where they will attend school at the
Female College. ,
Headacm et ga MSer 'Pata Pi".
A. B. Maull, of Gainesville, who he
been espndig a few days at his old
home at Huntingt, paieed through
Palatha Tuesday on' his return to
Goo. W. Mtoabell, whole s been an
,-4, the empl of the T MEI-R A.ALD f
$be pa9(few weeks, made hisd6partts
k MondaU for Jacksonville, from wheace
be will go to Columbia, 8 He p
pects to rturn ln time to eat his New
Year's diannr in Pal wi.
R BO Coxe, after a pleasant
vl )o relatives in eckseonville, hab
r aed. She was .ascompenled 0o
Janie Willard, an seoomplished
/young lady of Ploridf's metropo,
// who will spead soms time here,' M
SWIllad Us well knows in Palat1l,bv.
lr visited Miss Con ewo yeas $#
'I seMnm t Ood ,tam OpUmI
Oil aule. try iAt O
.5 uG M m~ w i niS
Cutlcura Beau c MALARIA
Uhs great toIDN Y-
dansv a m c -a hnd : -- KIDN EY-
And rue*m tl oft J
al ver the wo of t whe
stabom cases. So ap^etble,
plainly on every CUTICUlA SOAP. Statent of obsl Mu.,
.as -u ee
Cam4mss~bs~wo~bo" eS siiWpte "NAU a
Pon s by gentle p1* 1cat1ions of The following tis a statensment of the tewis em*anes s te 4. mmlrt. 411 e1p00 a wwe.
-S u CUTICURA ointmentt), the School Funds of 'atea oa- a r he. n a d asssskews m. '
Great Skin Cure, and mild does of the months of July and August. 1 : -
CUTICURA RESOLVBNT mI. July aV a soI&I ,lm ieb wstr. Ie ts mee ,amIM..N ,
T (the new blood purifier). To, rmr. (% .Blah 1 4 oy wa me ma s, l eshe 2 1104or sgmrew "'
Sz s --e tT .a........ .... o oJH as so" 0 a"le" wasmea"w e m'w f eo"
faisut the sa. (si les, 1T. on accoyt11.
el ^ep"Toldl5SSL2 --V Tuhe fffomC". B. nellie, t e.
lu For Femar -- Pai n O f rom .-.0
sale end redemption of e efl "___ of
Tax$sle Certilfloctae for
of bo Lewi Smith, for a long time con- te1 od nding b March
building U ected with the paint shop of the J.. Isae. Julsy 31. 161 OChldren Or ftor Pltohers OCatorla.
aft teams it acts. & K. W. Railway in Palatlk, has sc ""S iedadurltgp ly 14 50
bottle a epted a position with the PlantSystem, ByI balance .........0. .
u. d left for Sanford Wednesnay. Mrs. l$.am w 1 6,m
R smith will tollow him in a few days. The following bills were approved by -w-
S REA D TH lE hii young couple has many fnends the Board of Publlc Instruction for
EXTRACT mo i A ere who will regret their removal. Putnam Couaty for the month of July,
y 'w. rhean t 1895, and warrants ordered to be drawn
i. ng I Born. to Mr. and Mrs. John Iane, for the same:
6f. t.0.Is yesterday, a bouncing baby boy-and 110m. ren l. and e
hat accounts for Mr. Lane's unusually ttendance upon sesn of Board.. 1 5
*-, nl. J. fowler, pert ale M s e t-
i ,ma w. AXaa, road me to. a"o. ofB o di .......... 00
s B. i, attndanceno ue anion of
*P. Memory is a little treacherous now M ......... ..I............ so0
11 4. The.W.Bw Rlph. -ric 8asuperiln tend-
Snd then, and causes one to forget some ont for month of July, .................5 00
aJ wnetoe dbteelb. hinge worth remembering, unless one ---s
"nagnt tor wn h as an experience like that which came tPonRT ronR AUGUST.
to M l 7HI6as., Mr. D. E. East, Moffatt's Creak, A,9ustI.Tobalanhmonhand.,2m.0 49
who says "I had been suffering Blosam, Comptroller, on
r years with a torpid liver and found aountyi o tf .onts d.ue r
o relief until I took Simmon's Liver Tdegrap company, for -k
SOLDSY AIL otLoefortheyear ,.o.... 6 ., 31
SO BY AL egulator, whe I was entirely re. -Ausg t1. cea h fromF. C.
eyJed ~of my troubles. Never intend .e t c a sn C o. lector .o so A 4
Ing without Simmons Liver Regula-. on accon.t o you Tax. w 00
August l. ByD1Amount of war .
I r )r." rants paid and oantelled
LI UPPM6AN'5BL0my g.onthofAugust .. ..
100PPMA Beward. 100. ......................
UPP A BLO The readers of this paper widl be so WARRANTS IRACE D. P M 0
Sealed to learn that there is at least I hereby certify the above statements to be
e dreaded disease that science has correct. B. S. CRILL, Cairman.
to the poor and the homestead a en able to cure tin all its stages, and Atte ,t: THOS. W. RALPH, Supt.
ot o thi h ed t is Catarrh. Hall's Catarr Cure
on laws of this State. The de the only positive cure known to the Fresh Garden Seed
poor are to be not only pitied but medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
bmt the monstrous exemption sthitutlonal disease, requires a con- just received by S. E.
n-aent statuteaMttto the h tutromal treatment. Em'tss Cath
pt at.i,, the ,hom ro I taken Internally, actin gleeu tiy BOND.
is roctIoally s bid for e on the blood and dmucouso laeel of
v ing that an ordinary a e system, thereby destroy ing theha W ill have T W O
In t tate is exempt from undation of the disemes, and giving m
sallkrhis debts, no matter e patientstrength bybullng up the Samuel Cragla hal returned from a
gy ,nsecontred for. Tisanetitution mod assist ana rai inNIAA SA L ES for SA T .
l wee ootreod for. Thid e dIg its wOrk. The proprietor pleasant isit to his old home in New
I .ttaw. Aptlon, instead of bel ve so much faith in its curative w. Hampshire.
blessing to our people, is poraoi that they offer One HRondred l.
o,-. It is. aclak that every. orf. Uf RDAY a 'nd .O M AY
Ing person an throw over their Addfor list of ttimos, J.
Addreys, F. J. OUmY Cx Co. z T
honet practices to defraud their a To'led, Oio. UI
Sboe. It is a breeder for dishon ld by 0druggONts.G A V w ill g u'
school fOrcommercialr sare lty, he Fourth Battalion Band Jr. was
o should be cha oed. I do not parade Weduday ONlgh, ald in .,
r- fom any spirit of ill will to the sideration of the very short time mm SA T o S UFLIE y oM o
h of lorlda or her institutions; but y have b o ia e a re m1111M
Sevils do exis noon ecan deny, a arkable showing. d *Me w
m lsgge d anything that sh eall. E 0I If E i f o im
benefit to the people my dms vwit M irLOh AA& 1 ing fromhm e
aphaad. It wq from this moved her b51p" *WIiA Uss o@iusIS or eT P41!.
Lt that hs prompted my la t ItTRTrer, Jel~W e 114 004 m shNO OW lu
-" oppoe. ma IRSrdes prqumptiy e".... "N wie bI blloy ied; SanowuI
0 .r"W oy ld advisentum UFFA dis d .-
Vale .. ..b0 1I l -
(b tY i10a J.- ore, alo N.C
~jt ;ast 9*
COIM t1. 5
aG cars, wp
axO, eatli sad
eunleeM toledldeS be k iihk.
Is a West FPoiomes
ylou 1 Thr rel sti
eash, plunae, nde ef w4 p d, 4
uniform. Thern eaw 'bejiesguu
talned dooamuts, a m* i l' p
clone bit eoft falymy itI
qcalntest and queerest of a, periba
(s a lot of old profles, Vigitlo hi
breds we may call them, pop
larly known as th F. F. Vs. Amoi
these are the prolles of Gea Was
ington sad his wife, preheated by Ge
Washington hImself to a great, grin
uncle of your humble aorrespondon
Notlongt since we were looking their
nouvnebius of the old South over with
strange admixture of wooden and dh
may. We found ourself comparit
these, with now, and asking oursel
over and over again, whither ar w
drifting? The bit of yellow paper us
der which was written" In Gen. Wash
ingtou's own chirography the simple
words "Mrs. Washington," carried ou
mind back to the days of his first Inau
euralion, and the suggestive bit o
domestic history connected therewith
It is said that Mrs. Washington re
fused to accompany her husband oi
his inaugural trip to New York for fee
of being too much exposed to the eye
of the populace. In view of her owi
social status-in view of her exalted
conception of true womanhood, thin
one simple act declared more eloquently
than written volumes, what she oon,
ceived to he the duty of the "first lad]
of the land" to ier country women.
What a sacrifice of wifely devotion 0t
the proprietiesl What a steadfast ad-
herence to matronly dignity, to virtue
and modesty! What a contrast when
compared with our distinguished wo-
men of to-day I What an object lesson
this illustrious Southern lady has left
for her Southern sisterhood through
l' time I
But Southern history Is full of such
object lesson as this. To-day there
are ts many Martha Washingtone in
the South a there were in those days.
Anywhere, everywhere, you will ti.d
them-faithful wives, devoted mothers,
while souled virgins, seeking to hide
themselves from the eve of vulgar no-
toriety, and gracefully and lovingly
fulfilling their mission In the sphere In
whioh their Maker placed them. Re-
mote from the hum and hustle of any
great city, in a quiet cottage in a quiet
North Carolina village, uadkown im
person to all the world v a few
chboen friends, we find te illustrious
widow of the great "Stonewall" Jack-
son. In South Carolina, in the hall $f
an old sudstatlal family, t aladg tre
life out a a governess, we fnd the'only
eurvivLng daughter of thi gast ebeat
A. Lee: In Mobilt, la a suieades of
modest pretensions, close in the boeom
of a few special friends, and holding
herself proudly aloof from the gas of
the vulgar throng, is th4e greatest wo-
man America ham ever produce,
Augusts Evans Wilso The inspir-
tloq of her genius has spreiafrompble
to pole, so to peak, and yet her face tI
scarcely known outside the city of her
And we may add that the three 11-
Instrioul ladies above mentioned are
special stars in the crown of the NeW
semth. Their examples and precepts
a st be continually)kept before the
omatemplation of our girls, as object
lesson, to teach them the way they
, should go--a a safe ouard, to shie
;tbeR from the torsene of e"murptI
,thattheatens to pour its analklating
WY MWe down upon their unesspetlg,
S e 4 oat y that women t
ofde e proof eamalst progreaidoa, k
Asn tera lMreatly n
-bt they w 10 V
S*own ersel stad ,i
E R.ep d p
.wt amount to on
I laji (themsalve
U lot." Happy lade
uWhey haveit brani
9 *bie"Mof ate sbroad-gpur
I, wW ano and thu very fac
I r WI *m0tt s from those wiles and
I. edteo-call ed womansdmoTe
I, liTheseibrais, mnus brass, will
* the aloof from the poles and
, '* tlhe wheel," and east bloomers and
> WbUh back upon their patrons and
. deo" -the nobby-plucky-tador.
I f YTakee-gIrls."
* AAM Huntreis thinks that chicken'is
1. i buta toalct We cannot say how it
ilkeeon a pest's brain, uinumuch as It is
, gmlly oonleded that the average
Amerilas poet has no brain. We
i thiMouht, however, that such food acted
\ directly on the gastric glands of the
"tomio." If not, then we'll throw
our old cutter in the fire, and confess
S(i Yankee parlance) that Gray Jacket
knows "nawthing" at all.
PINE TAR SYRUP
Quickly cures Coughs and Cold@.
Peek's drug store, corner Second and
liseburg Commercial: A prominent
citizen of this qcunty went to much
talked of Jamaica, where he spent
three months. He has now returned to
his grove here,which he will proceed to
bring out, and says he is satisfied to
remain in Florida; that he would not
live in Jamaica and advises Floridians
to keep away from there.
It Is learned that many of those who
made baste to get out of Florida in the
spring are now contemplating a return
to this State. All things considered,
they feel that Florida stands at the
head of the list as the beat State in the
Union in which to live.-Reporter.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Wwle's Pair Iksbet Mdal sad Diptem.
This year the corn crop of the South
Is estimated at about 650,000,000 bush-
els, worth nearly $800,000,000. The
South is all right.
Correoted Woeky by (y Bros., Corner Kirby
s Mto Belles ...........
er i W teran lks.......... e
Ls eompressed In tier .. .........
." .m -lbUnt .......
S W SCr ...ses.
0" Kis...... .... ..
S ...# 1 .. ... ..... ...
RON t .,,u ...... ................... 1I M
.." .. .................... 2.25
nr, 13.07 JUnU, Fint Patents. 4.40 to 4.75
eL~Xeoe a mute do do.. 4.8to
j- ...... ................... 10to
sAndorfdxxx 0 soIa
tundIard XXX.... ,o
race n .... ... 7
o do urnod......... S to
de do nseldlbt ......... Ao to
d oVe 86-o.lTo'itoe. I to 1.1
do o.2Tomttoe.. ....... t) SO
No. Okr and Tomatoes. to 1.1I
No. N Marrow Pesm....... 80 to 1.15
no. early dune Peas.... IO to I.a0
do o. BoJston askedBeans ilOto
do o.SBeeton Brown Broad I.ato
TlelMl IrishPotatose-per Ibrrel...... 2,to ....
d Onions do .... ..........3.5 to
TdoOol, perbarrel t....
W IT nm fore ........ ..... 2 .
eb .on for seed... 275
U .or ...............
.....O.A.IO. CIOA .ITT t 3TO
t W................. S
lul. ..' ....' a s
atse a ta
boys at seheal'swels' to -Un
ead eau 'o Wa "Aagtestsi
Mad GrantI anA at and t%
r'sa Ase t P oeant aio"
they oan tend to 'em and see 'm e
Don't you think It's a sal te
her, 1a Wb las in mynaq
An w t M the Imothoer, in a
eed oe, WUe a pathetle express.
Shaded hereoe, "ihere was one
Ie died-sad we're
laat a tree or her; and I'mgolni
ite the trait to the little children
r to the poorhouse that's near our
Ithik tMt just lovely" whie
Miss sea*, with a head cleap of
a l fhl6g. "I do hope all your
ll grow good. I'm sure they will.
top." smid the women. "I goin' to
'W70 PIANO, and cheerful v
name. You will be p W~d
r o. B. BRADNA6K,
R--Tm Dk" r
ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE..
THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM OARS.
COMPARTMENT CARS, DINING OARS,
THOROUGHFARE COACHES, VESTIBULED TRAINS
QUICK TIME TO ALL POINTS NAMED.
Norta and Uatst. North indl West.
Uallivs" IB II" ftifctX." 41 S
Bvemrett ... Mam la pm vIe t Uni. 4Spa 10.
SSavnnagh, .... I1 50am 1041pm l o 4eim oMw
wmbes0 bSotb.ers.... IMp. 4um 10 A m. M........
Washlngton, 5* am 00p. Can n 0...T
Li. Ahvb l.. louthern.................... 10 a isa. ly. 5Mpm......
Por full laformatio. apply to any Ageut this great Itallway
system, or its oonee.tioas.
V. A. TURK, 0. A. BENSIOTER, N. NMAODWIOK,
*meral PamA. Agent. Aat. a. Pa. Aent. ePst o ent' Pa.. Assoe,
WAMIEmITON, .*. KNOEVILLE., T$N1. ATLANTA, U.
W. D. ALLEN,
Florida PuaonePNr Agent,
212 We"t Bay Start, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
July Vath. IMP6.
4,259 JMTT .-FS I
REACHING the Most IMPORTANT POINTS
Alabama. Georgia, South Carolina,
Florida, Cuba and Nova Scotia.
Perfect Passenger Service I
a ouIIAT IAST COAST
THE MOT F13uE
me Good Shootlag.
RIVICSDm, Sept. 1.
fr. W. Y. Reynolds, a promiea t
rebant of Norwalk, while on a Vitlt
ils place at Biverside, had some re-
rhable experience in deer shooting.
-nding in a neighbor's house, he die-
ered a deer in short range, which
I evidently been run over from the
er side os the scrub. He raised his
e and shot it. It had been shot be-
.; and was not fit to eat. Returning
Is own house to enjoy a rest after
I excitement, he cast his eagle eye
ir the landscape and discovered an-
er deer approaching the grove. Just
:t reached the fence and could come
closer, Mr. Reynolds, standing be-
d a tunch of weeds, shot it dead
a shot-gun 120 yards. For long
short range shooting he takes the
". Both were yoyug does, and it is
less to say that neighbors had to
p with him that night, as it was
first experience of the kind.
'X Uf n ITckets for
'educed rates to all Summer Resorts,
1PEEx's Drug Store, opposite court
'Price's Cream Baking Powder
Maet Perfect Made.
V'FIEISH and RELIABLi GAR-
.N SEED just received and for sale
S. E. Bond's.
N. II. Moragne has returned from
uth Florida points.
MOSs WANTED.-Highest cash prices
Id for all moss. For full particulars
dreams, Davie* Grieveson, Welaka
DO Factory, Welaka, Fla. novltf
CIRCUIT COUCT, FIFTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR Put0A
0. HI. wing
L. Lyo. x eutor
(i 1. r. Lyom.
tay fakes, DPaSI~ad kaM
ooar f this Line are appoint1
S 8. C., Both Ways:
the tem Jaeksekavie,
even i. avst asll:
The I a.
any* L** .e, uia tM~a. i
The ......"-, mail""a i *"1 t uI"S
Stee* ...... ,ida', aept. so, at U a. m
h`rlN8 RIVER LINE.
jLa VnStree, at 810 p. M., Sunday
E anford, Iterprlsie and Intemedlete
U ~ ~
6 Wl U ss
- ay F~s~akeAAHi.
, d *
a fevwluig ON" 1vw frt
h .. r
lopodt I use~p
wn hats the bugs
awaksS -V Now- poion h wo SaO BD. W. in
Tbis great remedy is IndorseJ by f n in et the &A *Meoa"t,
i physdans, and prescribed by them -IDNEY- .entirely Around the wil has
eIe all over the world. ne I r
SPostively guaranteed to cure tlie Iost TROUBLES andWhe clashed h '
sftm cases. The formula is published If he wo edtobedl
Pwe wouibe pinly on every bottle. As a tonic it is h PMPLE h yearm
IhA (P gLES The Beet Salve in theath
Sr aues os, Uam a reme
SSuperior ever BeOTES T tterDr
BLOTCHE IS .Chilblains, C~ornms, s a d1.00.
I,,_-V o l iou s, and positivel y
li"a."'. TO ALL c OLD "ORESO
Slta1l b r te.ame greatly. & OLD OR.E 2 centsr TheG
t o to t Sarsa a ll Stewt i -Tiet Pa
m.s, and the old debts w lAn unknown o et, fo
by thep eop leVIA h, as parrm pOl D own 00 0 i = t
Sall omaodt had advanced I F FF a "' an the a tob to be sold,
no n r n.t e dabeFor Femare Complaints fon,] the froakrout ing e at tIelst,1
ion to the adv ed price of building up run-dJwvt sys- I Cti\al hole m the ground.: :whten St, 1895.
The p s had plenty p1t moay aft terns it acts like magic. Try wood-peckers peck and the b lble k day and
11s 1 th, -tat a bottle and be convinced V u Bo l. no W TuesdaY a
|i, READ THE TRUTHb- bRHEUMATISbut be wants the ummer
d they dressed bet l. READ THE TRUTIIir J and a part of the crust a d&,the tober 1et,
ad n e wayadded6their EXTRACT ROMa BOOK or TESTIMONIALS. that shines over Ins head. Taenhu s
ho oe expense other words, they W as arbeoattic snfrttor 18 mnt Die no ne C R U LA hi off to the place of the d
,--.,-,. 119 ,..eav..tta.y0%o..goo w.,",.s '; x n SCROFULA&c.O --r v
SaLs IVt VIraago'tst., or ,M Apr., uv. mu C bury him deep in the ground. u
tef oaM ad bt When e Pavs wan d tpha 16410 a a anu tT ahe i use to us here. Get hlm ou o he The
the e... ot we a. or *, lma a d Goesc@hy,, .,... .Sagand make room for the ,.. man h s
m sGlir d d sitor 'i s Rio. s0^ rot found Sh.e'11
rtslltlt-" lm "wous.InInII aGoutitl, en moofdlmt.It.breath. L GIo hi
l~.el P1.o. Uat mte D H.s ek stfo ,ADMINITRIATO' 03 NOTION. eSAG
| the aV of o.,malsd. Som, Notar1l'DPuIo.T WONDERFUL
,9 am# Oin o la.i, ni t,- youth wh
it _I wn5 vi AhFf EMEDY. j -tf -,.
49r= I*t"h.ans h is0 boom SOLD BYmALL!)RUJ( T TSEND FOR. A0i1dEo1 --
U.S.whoNampoof.wULIPPMAN BRO.PROPRIETORS BOOKLET. Si
os ver shAply a asee mpoto dea U AI.So. bea.k Ms
4i -,- *. U,0,_s LIUPPAN'S BLOCK-S5AVANhAH. A. e
A Bin al 1ciTid Mwta h w --
whch we deal, and ad long a-s that BERN P. CA
S*sta6 remains we mnt make It our to the poor and the homestead xemp-
own or ts ourselves nperil. thoa me he n Jackonville.
several nations ean come togetherd tion laws of this State. The desrving TT R A 1
agree apon aixed standard are to be not only pitiled baut aided; AR
sad ilver, it will be all right a to bt the monstrousxemption that on ur
fgo atIt; but to go into it alone t t statutes gmnttothe homestead St. Augustine v.'.MaS.Z"'"'
B 1aply to omiat commercial soicidte. i s ly a N bid for rIscality.
"A a is Jst e much "the t ng th an ordinary an ha HENRY
,. 0 .119,ait. .-1.t 's Meisesept from- t .e.ed & Indian River HNRY
o the pound, Oens It evo s- o isale b debtS, no matter whati ,
E 404 trahfe apoonest o aloi ll5 w*e contracted tor. This swe AT -ep."3
rth 111, e11 e senat. i al A'.tomption, instead of being a .ilway. P.aA l A n
s WctI ndM toe y & blessing to our people, is practically a m
w' e e"m .7 Aiisat, aiS&damt.-.ures.. It Is a cloakthat everyde- l _____
o. MonW. -- Ii bte n log person an throw over their di- 1 0 s / o ble July Sib. I. naa E. W i-
ni -al wiUllido ..1,b6 --IS- honest practices to defraud their -aigh.
I.", R ^ ,, bon., It IS a bmedor for dishonl, a
do d d school for commea r asca iAtyoas. nmas mes aio u.
ssah *-' ould e chand. I dSo not w rap i. .. .. --l dm bcaa g '.
,bon fit to the people my alms will be Ars ....,.... .., ,*,.. .. ... ...
.ommy p-..r it nw ill frote m fe... r. :: I, .. .. ..... .. ..
S d f s wwm Iii e t s lro lettes "-0."...... ..... ..:;:: j ''*g '.... ...... .: s .
.. .troth----l-p- e nowo .. ...... .. /. .. ... .". .. ..... ....... ...........
fl WkMh wo bett e l.,r a1o exi st so eB an dny, and It I a falesoma
t e an thingthat be &. ... ... ....of law...
... ..... .. ....
as (to : '"
rt! 7 ONlowI
fr~ibe4weue~ et 4e
IST A 4D FOR ADULTS.
t llie C. I. lou s. No.
t- Iu.e MC b BI of
Im an U t h oohvermen lv iSn
v ACKERMAN STEWART
aimn resigned the office of State
sy, I have resumed the practice
" lli ts branches.
W. H. Waco.
e, No. 1 Shelly Building, oppo-
lrt House. Palatka. Fla.
1'm nm~imdlmi Af
it. T. V'KLN
Tr aw lf dry M' 4
. Two orthre suo hb006
drlag the suwter qms*--,
I &4 -MOp.eft he& tWa A
d keep tf, *M ota ait
aller, of CanaJoheari, N. T..
:*always keeps Dr. Kaing'
very ton the house, Mad
always found the very hMA
low ti use; that he wOW
>out it, if procurable. G. AT
Drugist, Catskill,l N. T.,
r. Ka' New Discovery i
|y the bet (coug hReod;
s used It in hie t 1 ly 7FM
, and It hu never faltled t
is elaimed for itL Why et%
loy o long tried and uetw
In free at Ackerman A dtla
store. Regular de so a6
ites Over the G. I. h .
S. & F. RtltroaIwiltl ad
jutko to White Springs A
r five or more on one ticket
oCf 1 per oapita. Tlekebt
oommencineg, Friday, Jun.
.ani on each Friday. Satuw.
Sunday until further a&-
it good returning until th
next following data of rl*ia
Round Trip Tickets to aU
Remorta, good returning 0--
M. J. CHANCE, Agen,
Union Depot. Palatka.
VWorld's Fair Tests
wed no bikini powder
Wre or so gret In lka-
if power as the Royal.
n scarcely pity the athletlr
o bought "The Mill on the
ith the expectation of reading
'ul account of a prize fight.",
p fide Her We
"at Is* t Welt
clog, bit at
dqualatet sda m o
is t lot a ofodw p
brd we ms eo- MW
larly nla as tm. e,
Stee se the pe h
Ingon sad his wlp proui ,Aby92 41.
Washingo himself to a areasol"
uncle of yor kabls 0*padoat,-
,G ray TaWd NLI IA
X4 since wewolofthas'g.. t9 B
16O'1efhitl held o*W aWdg wih a ,wih
strangeadmixturefof woui"at,ud 4b. A
may. We found ourself comparing 0
thes. with now, and askbg otlaelf %
ever and oer again, wdthe are we 0
drifting? The bit of yellow paper an-
der which was written" in On. Wash-.
ingtou's own chirography the simple
words "Mrs. Washington," carried our
mind back to the days of his fist inau- pJ
guratlon, and the suggestive bit of
domestic history connected therewitb.
It is said that Mrs. Washliaton re.
fused to accompany her husband on cit
his inaugural trip to New York for fear tal
of being too much exposed to the eye thr "For four years I wasasufferer from
of the populace. In view of her own his *gI ofo a
social statis-in view of her exalted bri. nervous d(bility. During that time I
conception of true womanhood, this r took a great many remedies without
one simple act declared more eloquently li getting any help until I tried Paine's
than written volumes, what she con-. to k celery compound. I took six bottles of
celved to he the duty of the "first lady that remedy and was cured. I cheer-
of the land" to her country women. It fully recommend Paine's celery corn-
What a sacrifice of wifely devotion t) mad(ponud.'-
r the proprieties! What a steadfast ad- sprin So writes Mrs. M. S. Schoonmaker of
herence to matronly dignity, to virtue to th 80% Jane at, New York City'.
and modesty! What a contrast when they Too many women needlessly suffer
compared with our distinguished wo.e- head from nervous troubles, not only in the
men of to-day What an object lesson Unlo cities, but everywhere.
this illustrion Southern lady has left Dr Their whole world too frequently lies
for her Southern sisterhood through inside the four walls of their homes.
al' time! Think 6f the many persons, men as
But Southern history is ftll of such Th well as wcten, who spend most of
object lenons as thl. To-day there i en their lives barricaded within the nar-
are as many Martha Washingtons in els, row confines of their dwellings. Sum-
the South us there were in tboee day. South mar finds them pale tan tired out.
Anywhere, everywhre, you will fld Their. store of nervousvitality has been
S them-faithful wives, devoted mothers, slowly brought down by vitiated air
white fouled virgins, seeking to hide and sedentary life. Their whole sye-
themselves from the eye of vulgar no- -o tem needs a thorough replenishing.
toriety, and gracefully and lovingly The rves want nourishment, the
fulfilling their mission in the sphere In 4 .-"-- .
which their Maker placed them. Re-
mote from the hum and bustle of any
I great city, in a quiet cottage m a quiet go
North Carolina village, unknown ia sU*sr
person to all the world save a few
chosen friends, we find tWe Illistrioe
widow of the great "Stonewall" Jack- *~"
ace. In South Carolina, In ,Ie halls vim,
an old sudtatal family *sam lag ~E
life out u a governess, we fad the'only
aurviving daughterloft th mo ,t rht Colic, Cramps, C
Le lan Mobl a sel mp ,
i od est pretensions, close the boson Summer Complaints, the
of a few special friends, and loldinr 11 I e a t
herself proudly aloof fm f a pasoe f Pain-Killer. Get a bote
the vulgar throng, is the igrutest wo- stantly on hand, for the
Mani America h aeever pfodaoea,
Augustsa r c has ver prdece ~ ache-internal or external
tio ofli her genius has upda'ftom
t0o pole, to t )peak, and yet her fae is
1. s carcely known outside the city of her
And we may add that the three i. W& will not relieve. Accept
lnstrloud ladles above mentioned a e Genuine hu PaRRY DAV
S* special stars in the crown of the New G u e h oub DA
ebuth. Their examples and = Tee quantity has been doubled
W tA h be contlnually4,kept ,
S Ceatemplnation of our girls, as jes ____
les.ns, to teach them the way they ,
should go--a a safe guard, tda a J.
Ltbe6 from the tonrene df ,m6e0% n n l -I
tkat threatens to pour its aseIhlWV r
,laoM ie down upon their n5 i e| ttqc On
SWedo ot y that wom ..
Sr o aint storo lUeieprooktis,
.41 Ito1 Iotio fomo
wlill miptoe timenes
adodWith eehotel loon for
-ps a e asig his pstrones. ee
B-^ ^ ,Wanted--A Man
alM 0r w i a .,anm, mad sr- ora nes to al et tble
tissues are not half supplied with ma-
terial for the repair of their parts, and
the grat vital organs must have richer
blood to make them sound ard active.
and to keep them so. The nerves and
brain need nourishment.
The power of refreshing and reviv-
ing every part of the languid body is
what makes Paine's celery compound
the marvelous strenithener and invigo-
rator of this century. It is this lame
capacity to recruit the worn-out ner-
vous system, to rejuvenate the blood
that has enabled this remarkable rem-
edy to help so many debilitated er-
sons and to ietore them again to irm
Rheumatism, neuralgia, pain In the
region of the fM, debilits and ner-
vous weakness, seDwing Itslf in any of
Its myriad forms, are dispelled by
Paine's celery compound. It feeds en-
ervated tissues all over the body. It
gives fresh vigor to the entire nervous
ract, the brain, the large neive cen-
ters in the spinalcord, and the nerves
themselves to their minutes ramlfica-
It restores jaded nervous energy. It
sends new blood coursing through the
veins. It makes people well I
holerm Morbus and all
there is no cure equal to
tle to-day. Keep it con-
re is no kind of pain or
no imitation or substitute.
no & SoN on bottle. The
I, but the price is still 2Sc.
ti sson W A.
wadkln. Deby -alooe1 M
Achlres, M BDath, Sing
Oarlte, Bernard Cowai,-Mattte
Ohariwood. IAur,8 I ebet.Y L
Hampton. Manlle Joey, tarah
Milian, Nora Waier, Sallne.
Persons calling for the above letters
will please sa "ADVITUID.-"
W. P. Anoxasx. P. M.
If you put your hands in the pockets
you'll and a little dodger-that's our
bond-that means that we are in earn-
eet when we say that the BUCKSKIN
BREECHES are the beet jeans pants
that money will bay. They are .he kind
of working pants that don't rip, and
keep the buttons until they are worn
out. When they do wear out you'll
think about the quality, just as-we do.
Thb walls of the new K. of P. hall in
the Kean Block is now receiving a coat
of handsome paper, and in a very few
days the hall will be ready for occu-
Mr. Noah J. Tilghman, after a pleas-
ant visit of two months to his old
Maryland home, returned to Palatka
Wednesday night via the Georgia
Southern. lie was aceconlpanied by
Mrs. Tllghman, who has been in Mary.
land all summer.
Every bottle of
this great effervescent
temperance beverage is a
of health-a source of plea-
sure, the means of making
you feel better and do better.
You make it yourself right
at home. Get the genuine.
I M amin" ea.t s"IM.
jg For Strictly .Reliable Garden
Seed, go to E. S. Netck's. He is in re-
ceipt ofa flae line of Landreth's cele-
brated garden seed.
IrA First-Clan Bicycle for sale
Apply at this office.
To whom it my Oonofle
QIX MONTII AVR DATI I will present .my
0aofont 6and vouch ore to tihe Countr Judes
o.Putnam County, lo rids, d uak to be d-
oeut dD. a s
tof oCh lwe V. Av*er, d sati
August 16, 111. Asis
L ., EATON, M. D.
OrmczX-Fav Bvox. -ALATXA. FLA.
Beeadence-Corner Main and FinrtEt.
0oes fesn-ltoe iam., I to I p m. sad.M
Atlanta Woman's Coliti,
IFA-A. ....A. ,.
LOW COY 4dts ageibmq1
-rt i gf -
IF, 0-0 -mmu
out bchae p
There has been setU.l
latha eightll ne S W
wid be known sM the ak n
rid. J. W. Ma s the ,A
in his prospectus h6i ed
that nothing but the ohateset
will be related, and atreaeoNabll-ed
Mr. Ball iea pratieal nurseryale, 9ad
the originator of the '"Obmay-Blla ,
a most delicious fruit, of which he .lae
a limited number for alp.
Dr. Prics's Crem M-a igPewtr
The naval eeerve land In Floide
will be thrown open to homestead entry
on November 98. These lands are very
desirable for farms and truk gardens,
and the iand office at Gainesville
doubtless will be beeleged by settler
until the 50,000 or more amres In ques-
tion shall be dlsposed of.
The it. George Hotel.
We notice no dimunition in the busl-
ness of Ihis most excellent kept hotel.
The peoplecontinue to come and go to
the St. George. Its central location,
large and well ventilated rooms and
wide verandahs make it a most desir-
able place to stop at. Mr. Gamble, the
popular proprietor, is to be congratu-
lated upon the success in maintaining
so excellent service, and at a rate that
makes his guests fool comfortable for
the future. Go to the St George.
DRY OODS, SHOES, GDOBE-
RIES, MATTING, CARPI~I, ET*
Send us your mall ordered and write for
Samples and Pricep. Goods gua B-
ed from Sa. J B 1.
i'E. S. NECK, the Lepon Street
Grocer,has just received a fiue 1# of
LANDRmTr'm RzLIABLu GA"
Sms. Give himna call.
AriANDRETH'8 U KNEBATED
GARDEN SEED just rmeelyed by L
8. NECK, the Lemon Street Grmcer,
From a letter written by Be, J*.
Gunderman, of DimonJale, Mich., we
are permitted to make this extract
"I have no hesitation in recommend-
ing Dr. King's New Discovery, as the
results were almost marvelous i the
case of my wife. While I was tor
of the Baptist Church at Rives unc-
tion she was brought down wit pneu-
monia succeedingLa Grippe. terrible
paroxyisms of coughing wuld last
hours with little IntenupUtL, and It
seemed as if she could jot survlvej
them. A friend recommended M.
King's New Discovery; it ma.qd n
its work and highly eastsfactory aI re-
sults. Trial bottles free at Ackeawss
& Stewart's Drug Store. Regular alse
fOe and $1.00.
The World'a Pair Tests,
showed~ o as ilr powd*.
so pUN W so gr t la Iwv.
O RIng power t RAwe
J. T. & K. W. Trains.
Train 28 arrive Palatha 10-0 a. m,
leare 10:10 a. m. daily.
Tan 1 arrive Palatka 10:15 p. m.;
jeaem 11:00 p. m. dale
Train leaves au sa U m. i,.
e SO eIM ML. ,, .
.WrilU i aeeFaat4:c 1
al4 S a. ., .. .. ..
.s~ Ihei*F~elift bhl
^.toya4c^ S e gg
WHil also has0 OniJCory h don I
Ilia *moistly requ~ilte, Ie alj
of(L A utes. dew *
gent'p Pbotogn4)mb eryLemosI*
)We can furnish 15,000 EYE BUJr
for dormant and next Seltag's b#
ding. Orders booked nw n fk te.
sry in October a November: BMt
will be well packed and eat tose
pAt Of the State. post d, Mr a *-
per hundred-48.00 per 4,000.
elme and true to name; itanda d'
rides as follows:
Majori. eal, Baby Blood,
Bart's Lite, Pbram BMow,i*
Tamgeslae, Iomnaa,' '
Medltaeraieen 5we ta
Gnpe fruit, and Stahtma
e Trifolta). .
lo.00*iBdded Otage Treeas 8 $I
4 feet high. 5" ..
Above aamed varieties budded Ma
nour dock, from 1 nch to 1 at tis.
groui. Bnds Inrted inthe aump ;
the ground (not in the roots), and es,
be protected from the freW by bank-
Parties who desire to parebhse tree
to replace in their groves hen trees
have been killed entirely would be well
to call and examine our stdok.
Send for catalogue. For particulears,
address HASTINGS A WYLIE
au"Sm IiteriaeheBn, .
is a e d*ir&a line
of travel between
~' ~ k
SSpatlde and vim.
Full of good health. '
Poll of everything good.