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: September 20, 1895
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 1, 1893.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -67th year (Sept. 18, 1936).
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 1, no. 37 (Feb. 16, 1894).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00086614
Volume ID: VID00096
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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be / ^1^11 tlhq*^ had &.a 6dus Ahateswith him, withoutpaylogacent; yea, verily, and L :veJackMoville 9.50sa. Tm., Also, Bond Trip Tickets to all
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Sot -Ie lu dswithism `o b loo(forhell is full of them) d CINCINNAT A ND F oLIMITED. Union Depot. Palatka.
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An Tea going to A laUta
The Pensacola News aUnouoes tbhe
following:
"All Florida visitors to Atlanta are
invited to make the West Florida de-
partment their headquarters. A regis-
ter will be kept'in which all Floridians
visiting Atlanta will be requested to
register their names, their home post
office, their Atlanta city address and


the date of their expected departure
I from Atlanta. All letters and tele-
grams sent to the care of the West
Florida exhibit will receive careful at-
tention, and Florldlans leaving home
without a settled address in Atlanta
would do well to have their friends ad-
dress then. care of the West Florida ex-
hiblt, Agricultural building, Atlanta.'

ews rom othe s rtl.
Over 1,000 knee pants makers struck
In New York for a renewal of the old
agreement, thereby closing 70 establish.
ments.
Mrs. Clara Mearthus, the first woman
to make the jump from the Brooklyn
bridge, was fined $5 00, which was
promptly paid.
Tom Winder, the cyclist, who is tour-
ing the United States, arrived In Boa.
ton Sunday, one and a half days ahead
of schedule time.
Young Democrats of Niagara Falls,
N. Y., organized the William C. Whit.
ney club and declared themselves for
the ex-seoretary for president
At the meeting of the Old.Time Tel.
egraphers and Historical assooiation in
New York, Pittsburg, PA., wasu selected
Sfor the next convention on the second
Wednesday in September, 150.
Rev. Dr. Wakefield, the oldest Moth.
odist reaoher in the world, and author
of "Wakefield's Theology," has just
died at his home near Pittebnrg, Pa.,
aged 9& He had been a Mason 76years.
E. P. Baker of Chicago and Mis
Behrader of Elmira, N. Y.. were mar-
ried a few days ago in the latter city.
Their acquaintance and marriage wa
brought about, they both declare,
\ through theosophy.
Eddie Thayer, 7 years old, is in jail
at Jackson, Mich., upon a charge of
horse theft. This in not his first of.
ence, and he says the sheriff would
ot have caught him this time if he
d not missed the road.
n Brooklyn. N. Y., the will of Susan
oR. Talmage, wife of Rev. Dr. Talmage,
*- '- has been admitted to probate. The
property is valued at $106.000, and goes
to Dr. Talmage. The sum, it Is said,
represents rl. Talnage's earnings as a
lecturer.
A young woman went hugging in
Harlem a few nights ago and it is esti.
mated that she embraced about 90 men
In M many minute before being inter.
fored with by the police. Ofoorse,
Investigation revealed the fact that the
poor creature was crazy.
A week ago J. J. Molt, aged 306 rode
ad bicycle a long distance and was rnp.
tud. Then peritonitis se In. The
physicians could do nothing for him
because he was an Inveterate cigarette
smoker and death mreltd. Hi home
r was t Bridgeport. Conn.
Independence hall will be the perma.
sent depository of all the books, ree.
words and relies of the Grand Army of
the Republic Past. Commander Wag-
Sner. of Pennsylvania, offered this fa-
mous old building in the name of the
people of Philadelphia at the enoamp.
meant at Louisville and it was accepted.
A representative from the Baldwin
Locomotive works, at Philadelphia,
With an expert electrician from the
/estinghouse company, together with
8ir Henry Tyler, ex-president of the
G Grand Trunk railway, have gone to
S Per. where, it is said. a test of the,
posibility and feasibility of the electric
looomotive i to be made upon a rail.
road 15,000 feet above the sea level.
District Attorney Fpllows decided to
request the governor to order a special
term of the court of oyer and terminer
et New York city, to be convened Sept.
7, to try the cases of police officore
under indictment. These trial, it is
expected, will consume several months.
There are n0 men to answer charges of
bribery and collusion In the protection
of houses of ill repute and other resorts.
Formal charges of fraud have been
presented to the government committee
of the Stock Exchange against John B.
Manning, and if they are sustained
they will result in his expulsion from
the exchange. He is aoused of remov.
tag with chemicals the endorsementson
the backs of fire Missouri Pacific firt
mortgage bonds of the face value of
$1,000 each and selling them for "Ilean"
bonds, or, in other words, original.
bonds, without any endorements at all
The yacht racing in New Yo* be
tween Defender and Valkyrie III for
S the America's oup was suddenly brought
to a close by the withdrawal of the
English boat, Valkyiie, by its owner,
and surrender of the races to Defender,
the American boat. This was done be.
\anue of dissatisfaction on the part of
the Englishman, growing out of the,
manner in which vessels oonlainew
spectators crowded the rain boast. Ii
is generally ooaseded that the Iaglish
verel was, however, no matsh tfar the
Amariens yaoht,

Merchants, Attention)-.
The Tampa Merchandise edI
late A tedon Companqy tan a )
p, ,ptof jear stock l-te mObtA |
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The schools of P tnam will epon
the 80t1- lst, Ieoe llorlSme-r white
teachers are needed to All the bill.


Thirty-two colored teacere wgre ex-
amined, and eleven passed, all eleven
obtaining third grade certificates. 'hiS
leaves a deAoleMy estoae 10 colored
teachers in thisoeontty.
At the Septemnbes.examinaion only
11 passed out of 85 examines of the
whites. Two ontalned rset grad., one
second grade and 8 third grade eartifl-
cates. The examination was the bard
eat ever given out by Superintendent
Sheats, especially the arithmetic sad
algebra.
If reports from the different coun.
ties of the at be the State be true, in reference
to the examination of teachers, Put.
nam scores as well up as any of them,
showing the educational tests of Prof.
Sheats at the late examination was well
met by the teachers of our county.
Owing to the Board of County Com.-
missioners cutting down the demand of
4 mills to that of 3J after the demand
was so economically made by the
School Board, many of the hcbools of
Putnam have had to be cut down to
four monte instead of six as formerly.
Wealth of the Red Men.
The report of the chief of records
contained the following facts:
The receipts for the year were from
all sources, 1460,:17,64 ; paid for re-
lief, $320,1W2,60; paid widows and
orphans, 8,8092,7(i ; for burial of the
dead, $81,242.34 ; investments, 0122..
558.44 ; in tribal belts (cash on hand)
6286,970.27. Total wealth of all tribes,
11,525,013,37.
The membership report was as fol-
lows: Members adopted, 22,610 ; re-
instated, 1W55; admitted by card, 140-;
suspended, 21,760; expelled, 199;
withdrawn by card, 1401 ; died, 1133 ;
total membership, July 1, 1895, 1.33,-
485: increase during the year, 5170.
Total number of tribes 16112 an, increase
during the year of Wii tribes.


Fire at Fruitland.
The residence of Mr. Sammest, with
its entire contents, was destroyed by
tire early Thursdny morning. Mr.
Sammest is at Newport, 11. I., and the
news of his loss will be a severe shock
to him. About two weeks ago the
house was robbed, so it is possible the
same parties robbed It again and
burned it, though of course nothing
definite is shown yet. The house was
insured, but we do not know if the in-
surance will cove the loss.

We acknowledge a pleasant call yes.-
terdav fiom J. T. Attaway, represent-
ing the American Book Company, of
New York.
In the removal of A. C. Hamrick to
Gainesville the Uniform Bank Knights
of Pythias has lost an efficient officer,
a valuable member and afaltaful friend.
The division hopes to have Brother
Hamrick visit them often, however.
The Wigwam restaurant has been
re-opened under the management of
John T. Dmnlorth, and it is the pu-.
pose of the manager to keep in season
oysters, chops and steaks. Regular
meals, 25 cents. At the Wigwam lIn-
dies will find a nice, quiet place, and
polite attention.


The lawn tennis drill, by sixteen of
Palatka's charming Yount ladies, prom-
ises to be the Snral event of the season.
Tue affair will li given under the au-
spices of the Ladies' Guild of St. Marks
Episcopal Church. The date has been
announced for Wednesday evening,
September 25, aL the Guards' Armory.
The Incomparable Tom Johnson, of
JT.nson Station, was in the city Tues-
dyv. He stated that It was his rsnt
visit in three years, and expressed
himnoslf as being gratilfed at the
splendid imilrovement marie in the
GemCily. As he winked his off eye,
Tom said that West Putnam would bn_
heard at the next election.
A jolly party. comprWimnt Col. A. C.
ihuchanon and family, J. E. Colvin and
fam ly, Mr. Lavrez and family and ser.
eral citizens of Francis, participated In
an old-fashioned fish fry at Stokes'
%fill yesterday. THE TIMES-6XnALD
acknowledge tan levitation, and refit a
that the condlilin of business aflra
would not permit an attendance.
A letter from J. W. Ball, manager of
tiakLawn nitrsery, save: Inyourkind
notice of Oak-Lawn nurse' y, you show.
ed yvur human quality by making a
mistake. I am not the originator of the-
Cherry-Plum-I wish I was, but tlis
rare bheor belongs to Win. L. Orange,
f Manoville. Florida. 1 oan, however,
spply tbeis Plnm to customers Just the

*Marnpasn," the name of a prep
rntMso w b Is hhdrf menufactu t and
mtnded yv Captain M. I. tarm, of
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Ms. La C. hnsla. flwm em, Wi .
"AN w ofo"e-seommsm sm e
and knowiln the good Dr. MI Nervime
has doe a may wish to help ots, wover
comes my dislike for e publicity, thls
letter mayIve meI. Nov. and De.. I
ne amames lbed *e "aedbwe,",
sa I wasnome the Met, emaIselt duty
too moo, with te ane of so uAnick. I
did not reatamy hbtth.and In s mouth
S iboem so- d aW e t- dued swuer O
from plepesaM sad the danfts madea
my viaUty. tham was a question If I could
go a. A &dr ftled advised mto try
Itooks2botlesada hanpytosay. Iam
in better healththa ever. I still eti
is eeussuisn was, "o as ean e ore" f ,
A k is Vwy trying. A letter ad-
MMl waAlweakse Ws .. will each me."
Jlue .d tam. LawnA 0, PM aMs.


Dr. Miles' NrvI
Ilttom I


the violent ,t
the gdpkiltb*J
come wlth
dinary pill. Al
medical authorities
agree that in reg
ting the bowel:
ild methods an
eferable. For
ve trouble of
the iver,stomacd
and bowel these tiny, sugar
coated pit are most 8ift!
They go bout their work in
an easy d natural way, and
their g d lasts they
stngtMn and tone up the
lining branes of the stom-
ach and wels, thereby pro-
moting .igestion. Sick and
Bilious Headache, Constipa-
tion, ur Stomach, Indiges-
tion, Bilious Attacks, Dizziness,
are prevented, relieved, and
perm nently cured. They're
the /hapes.1t pill for they're
gytanted to give satisfaction
or Your money is returned.

The Jacksonville, Fla., board of trade
adopted resolutions declaring that the
time hies come for the United States
government to reoognise the Cuban
revolutionists as belligerents and re-
questing the Florida senators and rep
resentativee eso use every means to
bring about snobuch recognition as soon as
possible after the assembling of con.
green .
Wednesday morning, at Louisville,
Ky., a horrible accident occurred, re-
sulting In the death of six members of
the Louisville Legion of state troop.
The Fint Kentucky artillery was Ir.
ing a salute upon the oocason of the
G. A. parade, when a alone explo-
ded. Two of the bodies were blown
over houootpe. SLveral others were
injured.
Adjutant General Norton, of New
Orleans, by order of General Gordon,
commanding United Confederate vet-
erans, has issued a pogeneral order an-
nounoing that the executive committee
of the Cotton States and International
exposition at Atlanta has sat apart Sat-
urday, Sept. VI, a Blue and Gray day,
and all ex-oonfederate veterans are cor-
dially invited to be present in attend-
ance on that day.
At Quiny. Fla., Sheriff Chester and
Deputy Sheriff Warren chased a negro
thief into the home of Jason Gunn,
another negra Gunn refused to admit
the officers. Warren turned to go for
assistanoe, when Gnnn thrust a shot-
gun through a window and fired, the
charge striking Warren In the back
and inflicoting a mortal wound. Ounn
fled but was pursued and captured by
sheria Chester and lodged in jail here.

At Larrol. Mo., ez Jue Paine has
raoied a peculiar law polnt in the dis-
triot court heres and the decision has
created a sensation. The question raised
was one of ouory. Paine advanced the
plea that a national beak is not liaMle
to the penalties of the laws of the state
of Iowa, therefore a district court of
the state had no jurisdiction. Judge
Elwood sustained the objection.


"ForCaritySutMff b Lo.A"


AN ORDINANCE
To PROVIDE E FOR THE LEVY OF TAXES
Foe TnU YEAR 1895.
Be it ordained by the City Council
of the City of Palatka Florida:
That for the purpose of securing| an
equal and uniform rate of taxation ai d
to pay the appropriations for the cur.
rent expenses of the city, and for pav-
ing the expensesof the Fire and Water
department, there shall be levied
upon the real and personal property in
said city, a tax of (1) mills upon the
dollar, distributed as follows :
General Fund, eleven (11) mills.
Fire and Water Fuud, four (4) mills.
Passea in open Council this 17th day
of September, A. D. 1 ,i5.
H, HENOEVELD,
President Pro Tem City Coumil.
Attest: R. H. COOPER, City Clerk.
Approved September 18th, 1895.
S. J. KKNNERLY,
Mayor Pro Tern.



Exposition


RATES,
PALATKA, FLORIDA,
!--VIA--

G. S. & F. RAILWAY.

$16.80.
Tickets on sale September 5 and 12,
and daily from September 15 to Decem-
ber 10, 1890, inclusive, limited to Jan
uary 7, 1896.'
S12,30.
Tickets on Bale daily from September
15 to December 16, inclusive; limited
for return tweosydays from date of
tale.
$8.95.
Tickets on sale Tuesdays and Thure-
days of each wbek, belalSug Sptember
10, and until l ecember M, 1895, Inclu-
ive, llmlltfa return to ten dAivs from
dateof a le.
0. A. MACDONALD,
generall Paasseger Ag' nt.
W. E. RonniNs, Ticket Agent.
H. U. B TrWART,
Olty Tieket Agent.


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were P*..
Many farmr Vste dl I s i |
orn on Sundr.
GeSEnizILDw M( ., IenthqpWs
-It wu aexoedingly ooe h ,,.
night for this tem of tho T e i
heavy frost formed
Faime- have eufen qmte bdlt.e
the froet ruining their dt". Ie
formed at Shblburns, and nl the river
near the Mlt. ermon solool.
LANcWAUn, Pa., September 16.-
Report. from the rural distrits. ihow
that the frost on Saturday and Sunday
nights did great damage to grown
tobacco, a large portion of which is
still in the fields.
BIonAxTpI N. Y., September 16.-
severe frost in this vielnity Saturday
night and Sunday morning. Grapes
and late vegetables suffered severely.
DID TOU 3VE3 THINK
That you cannot be well unless you
have pure, rich blood? If you're weak,
tired, languid and all run down, it is
because your blood is Impoverished
and lacks vitality. These trouble may
be overcome by Hood's Sarsaparilla be-
cause Hood's Sarsaparilla makes pure,
rich blood. It is, in truth, the grEat
blood purifier.


Mol. Abdul Aia nsulta tof Moroow.
W ly Seriouslyr Ilm at
Theo tandMd Oil sompmy ha per
ebaseda Ie m acattyo petrolema
ad unaphshain .Rusa
Severe a* ook of earthquake wenr
felt mO the Island ot abes la the
Nagan son, Weda y morning, bat
no damage was doe.
The Rev. Dr. Charles A. Briggs and
t Raev Dr. Oears e L Pakhanr sell
for home on the White Star liner Gar.
mani. a rom Liverpoo
A dispatch to RistoBan says that
so wa b have been made of peawu
Implicated in, or nuspeoted of, being
ooaaeted with th plo t o ake lif
of Prime Ferdiland of Bulsmari
Jack the Ripper has been lih
nd is now Meurely looked up la the
english lue aylum a* i Broedmoor,
jisottoft London. This most extra-
orda ary marderer now a hopeless

Another vessel required for arrovi
in Cuba against the nsurgents will be
bought i Noew York. making the fifth
that Spanish Consul General Arturo
Balduosay Topete has purchase In
that city.
The steamer City of Sydney, which
has just arrived a Son Faniosloo
from Panama and other ports, brought
news of the capture of Florenoio Busta.
menute, one of Antonio Esta'& favorite
lieutenants, by the Salvadorian author.
ites. It is probable that before this
time Je has been shot.
The Spanish government has decided
to send a naval sqnadron to Buenos
Ayres to protect Spaniards there, who,
by their desire to assist Spain in quell.
ing the insurrotlon in Cuba, have in.
cured the wrath of the population of
Bnenot Ayre. who are deeply In ym.
pathy withtho Cubamn revolutioalst.


Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
aml*t Perf Made.

Excursion I e for
the Summer
at reduced rates to all Summer Resorts,
at PEEK's Drug Store, opposite court
house.


"dat aa ut ofH s. /
ha
Arfb*n e er estF
A*@ ae a s OILi
if the Court Hot. In amid .iiinsy a
ws legal hbn of mials> athe
FiRST MOONDAT IN NOvXKsD. Ui,
othe earss

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IN oount or couMwn jtUiL s AX
ro0 rimrAM UOVNTY, nouWA.
In the Matterot theW ate of Aled Dotls,
late -mi. *s4ma, desease *d-UO to
Bell Lad to PaN Debt.
To rluaAinsml on Airy CorAaLsu or am
CoUyTwv-G4numrr.
TN TBMVAaM Q TI oBrADA Or wOXtl-

Davis, bIrs at law of Alfred
deoeasMd.aut1111im Dalvis, .leM.S l
Tom DaT vl r Davit ltoe
RolomomHeieo DavIs, Beaky Vi&lf M
Davis, maried to ltoset Cue,a 1%.% 2%w
of te said Charles Dvl, dead
*ge of twenty-on yeas, ad Caresi ad,
Sdney Davis, mla csldree a b a a
of the sid Cli Davis. decase
tobe abndapear hefd e C tt
letoAMed, to the ea-d


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the Art day of Jdly, A.D. ltnI,


MASTER'S 8AL. ,


CALVIN GILLM, Compl=t~
jyis-Id
CIRCUIT COURT, ;mI
CIRCUIT is .AFWDPOUt
COUNTY, FLORID16
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MosS WANTRD.-Higaest cash priCes
paid for all moss. For full particulars
address, Davies & Grieveson, Welake
Moss Factory, Welaka. Fla. novltf
0TFRESH and RELIABLE GAR-
DEN SEED just received and for sale
at S. E. Bond's.
HOOD's PILLS cure liver ills, consti-
pation, biliousness, jaundice, sick head-'
ache, indigestion.

NOTICE I
By order of the Council the City Tax
Book for 1894 will be closed OCTOBER
IST, 1895.
All parties owing City Taxes are
respectfully requested to come forward
and settle at once.
BENJ. E. MORGAN,
se6-lm City Collector,


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Mra I. d f y left M
day (erba IA whe0 e 4119 O iW rMISde.
Major Ber of Ciscent City, hau
been appolaMd postmuter at that
place. t
0. Robtson, of Lake Come,
paned through the city yesterday, on
route to Galneyllle.
John T. Bond, after an extended
visit O NeW WTrk and other Norther
cites, hm retdrued. ,
MayorO G olet ft Monday for the
mountalMe o iorth Georia. He will
take in the xplio before he re n-
turns.
Mrs, 8. 8. Pek and daughter, Jan.
aie. have etti d from Derby, Clan.,
where th ave been spending the
s, summer gibt.
Mrs. WM. "bl and dqgbtkn,
MlsIm s.oa#,May, have turned
eaqi N1 i01 where they bave
ben speadiag fhe mor.
The MIses Arpmsong, of Montgom.
cry, Ala., who have been ishting
Misses Susie and sannie Bobbies, re.
turned home ye se4sy, to the egnt of
their numerous friJ4.d and admirer in
Palatha.
The one-handed man, who was ar-
rested on the charge of robbing T. V.
Thinks' store at Satsuma iHlhts recent-
lv, had a pelliatnary hearing' before
Justice Howell Monday morning, but
for want of eueleaout evidence he was
dischaged.
Ona ooeuat o the Inability of the
management the Georia southern
to mplete thiern gpment, that road
did not iagure the Putlmea cerdice
between Weluthe AGtanta until yes-
teda. The t iatieof ethbis ser-.
vice was adveit d to bea et seot on
the l1th. ,
.M ybe~ ~ayUpAM a dae ao toln
prove the UVOmIXM BUBEUBS.
Ju because they. an the bet pants
made don't pNrelud a' poslildty of
impluvement. We don't know how to
make them any better-don't know
bow to get any more goodemds Into
Vithem. If yoe can tell us we'll do it.
Nothing too small for consideration If
It muma improvement.
It a remarkable fat that of the
mam#y grocery stores doing buin n
PFalmat, 8. 2. Bond aid B E.
PadtPit & Co. are bhe oly On
htinga advertisemenu i eitn l
of the city paper ; yet the newspapers
an uexpete to growv ad flourunb"
with Aeis aall sppot ad to eoha
terainof OMt property of t e very
peool who seldom gatrolse dt paper.
The preseas of newspaper onaot be
Sppoeirla t Mt iber wm bea qal
tHe$ t qqmwbty IV wbti theyh n pW
1 aperofatownare
tJe %.trnaer Pick ap

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Dr. John &. Liao., She oldetreli
~ de Parks,wa s Aru a deas of As .Us, ( s dead. e w
0 1tt, secon. bd jus so yeard old.
^ ,.'"'/ m uil et pM ,The Statevills (N. 0.) eotstounil
W m te bit, whieh bu haw all oheir now spndle la postal
bo t l wisk broug ht. and an in fall operation.
V u^ *'l*U, tiad Sed B onaw~nrt olek0 ee L k~Abot Marion e Baca sshe wil
eaw StuMIdedg Ram" g antp ok out, hlikewe owart, attend s non-.purtan ilv son en
aftemoo, that whoeoWldn't alse "where he was at." tio to be held at Raleigh Bept I L
lt be-moe e~ beim Wiaur fled MouttoMorll onfirsnt. The Mneroes ae rapidly esoUatla
t ." It .e w le OneI M--w i*st he. ther apeoll exhibit from North O ar
ldalM I Ois aood O u li toa ndhFourth Avenues, li and shipping emnto Atianta.
e; but the sa setwl, the Fouh Avenu The, w ok of eamui the tale
./ em ; b^ e wetume ec at, ~phon linm from Dawson to Abaony and
l1 e0h played Monday t. Davis harprised himself and the Amerims, three Gergia towns, ha
h 0~ m to date, aftu a pat. spectator by making a nice hit, going ba mpl* d
Sh caused to much som. to fres. Stle second, but was too The TLmea.tarprise, of Thoma
s s the eountruenoutly, anaxins ti go to third, and fell Into the vi h bough ouththeapla
ntb ot only a matter of olutches of Carma, who rubbed the enpmded publeason.
a4at the national game, baton ball all over him. Prstty positive asso es are give
itIe as well. Baamrick hit to right center and made that She temperance p is arranstn
eetaume oonisted of trousm aet, the o second, and good hit from 1aPute*tln*the la in the sexl
itarI la pattern to those worn by a Merrill brought him home. No arolna campaign.
The Brotherhood off St Andrew, con-
O lwtIw in those dqs whea the Fowler struck out. One score for peising ,00 ohapts' willhold its an.
aid clown needed trowee .room suffl. "Avenue Four." and national convention as Lolsvlle,
met for the stora of all apportenan. Hengeveld got hit by the ball again 7., Sept 5 to 39 iolauiv
1N and materials for the perpetration and took his base, but died on second. W. A. Morgan, a well known trav-
Ot the Gamillar at pie and tin horn act, Shelley hit right Into Merrill's hands, lingman, was found dead n his bed
In which not less than a dosen horns or and Merrill froze to it Carman fanned the Marshall Houin lledg at 5 o'lo.
bagles ranging in site from the most out. Whitewash, by gob I It is reported that John L MoLmuria,
malmsta trumpet to that of an old And so the game continued In this of South Oarolina, will, after his pro-
time fog horn, together with a genuine, enthusiastic pitch until the nine in- eat term in congress ends, remove to
well developed housecat figured as nings had been played. ew York. to practice his profsion,
prominent necessities, The waists Following were the players: In aooordanoo with Leviticus xilii
were made after the blouse pattern, Fourth Avenues-Fowler, captain, the Jews will celebrate the begin.
corr pualngly baggy, In graceful har- s. a ; Hogan, c,; Burtz, 3d. b.; Jurt p.; alna of their Nw oear on the evening
moniousnessto the trousers; stockings Livinmgston, I. f.; Cartwell, 2d. b.; of Sept. It wil begin the yea
that in riehnes anddiversity of shades Davis, r. f.; Hamrick, c. f.; Merrill, Frank Harmon, a des-rate negro
would embarase the most beautiful lot. b. murdere, escaped from 1il at Ogle.
rainbow. Hyde Parks-Lewis, r. f.; Wertz, c.; sWhlo", Ga., Friday while Deputy
The two teams, together with the amsur, c. f.; Cowart, i. f.; Williams, Sh* Gilmor was feeding the pri.
Fourth Battalion Band, met at the ar- p.; Hengeveld, 2d. b.; Shelly, let. b.; One of the most nt ting habits
mory of the Gem City Guards at 2 Gordon, a. e.; Carman, 8d. b. toobemade inthe Georg a state build.
o'clock, and after baying their picture The score: Ing will be the Indian relio of D. R
took" marsbed under military direction Foprih Avenue..3 4 1 2 0 1 0 2 2-15 Dye. of Agusta It isthe fnest col.
up Lemonetreetto the base ball park. Hyde Part ..... 2 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 2- 9 ltion nhe ootry. out of
During the action of the parade, all Battery-Fourth Avenue, Burt and Orin, G, but until that time they
along the route, fair and enthusiastic Hogan; Hyde eark, Williams, Shelley will tay open every night until tl
ladlei waved their handkerchiefs at the and Wertz. o'elook. Theaity council of Grift so
bloomer lads; and at the grounds the Hite-Fourth Avenues, 21; Hyde decided at a antaesting.
commodious grand stand fairly trem. Parks, 18. Buase on balls, Fourth Ave. deat an hs ws i ye iallfrom
bled ander Its immense audience of la- nue, 8; Hyde Park, 6. rMaking milk poisoned by the germs of
Ales, gentlemen and children, anxiously Errors-don't mention that. typhoid fewer. The mlk was kept in a
awaiting the arrival of the teams which Umpire, Merrill. Time of game, damp llar, whioeh poisoned it.
were destined to "furnish the fun." two hours and fifteen minutes. Marion Butler, as x-ohairman of the
eneative committee of the North Caro.
In the audience both teams had, their ANOTHER GAME. lina Farmers' Allianoe, has turned over
friend and backers, a was evidenced As considerable friendly rivalry ex. to Esoretary Barnes the bonds of all
by the diversifed opinions eminating iste between the two teams, and In the omios of the now committees.
therefrom, view of the fact that only a small sum Two solid trains of palace horne car
fallod with the finest western thorough.
The game was called at o'clock,amid was realized on account of the free ad- birds will arrive i Macon within the
the wiliest excitement, the Hyde mission of ladies, it has been decided next two waeek They will form one
Parks (red) taking the field, to play again next Monday afternoon of the attractions at the fall racing
Harry Fowler first it the bat; took at 3 o'clock, when the following admis- mest.
his base on balls. sion charges will be in effect: Gentle- accident caused the death ofn
Hogan struck at the ball'twice, but men, 16 cents; ladies and children, 10 1Fa., Wedneeda, He was killed by a
at the third strike sent a grounder to cents. A good time is guaranteed, and loomotIWv on a tramway running over
short and made first, which sent Fowler as the benefit is a worthy one it s ahim he being enineer of the dummy
to second, after which he stole third. hoped a large audience will greet the Th a m os oompay' pa,
Burtz to the bat-that's all. bloomer boys. whioh was to be removed from Los
Burt poked up the stick, and the lile, Ky., to Monroe, Oa is isoheavly
ur p u rthestc, a the "I aonLnot takeod LriOlll" This enambered with indebteInam that it
msond strike hut to right field, which isa mistake. Try AromatleOod Itver amot be removed attaohments kay-
brought Fowler home. Lewis, captain Oil made by. RH Bond & Co., Balti.- in been issued agait It
of the Hyde ParkF was playing right more, Md. It has no taste of the olL Jobn tatemple Grav h eas t
field. ItttashthAsttimehe had the Delightfal to tak, Priesrled by dSoltoddeive -ith
bell, asd while he was making an ex physileans. Builds up broken down chants' olab, of gloIo, I?. This
aminatten a to It quality, both Hogan system. ensure Conumption and Is the oganlastion before whioh Heny
and Burt cored. Bronchitis. For sale by Ackerman & W. Gray spoke and won much fame.
Cartel struck out. Livingston "had Stewart. Palatka, The Grifs (Ga) News Maye A ptr
no eye," and, like a blind rattler In dog of about pssed th0 people wih th evered
days, struck at everything that came 3XMIS8 FLORA PADDACK has wess Mehige to Marion ounty. Mla,
his way. Result, three noble attempts. removed her business to 114 JULu wheo s will t& The leftSae
Bide out. Three runs, great gunel STmIr, Jacksonville, Fla., where she sthe'rw and. ave had good healthon
Just at this juncture Davis, who had hopes to increase her stock. All mall The reports of insufficient food and
been quietly rating under the "an- orders promptly execute I. other accommodations daring he dedl-
Spiesn" of the grand stand, the admire- eatlon of thIe hloamnsu and Ohatta-
tio of the ladies (so it is said) created nooga and She Nat onal1k Is deied.
Sensation. He made a stff kick on and Sa are N satiotory and ample
being sent Into thbe field without a accommodations for all.
"knock," but aferT the proper explana-. L i Another accident oorred at Louis-
lon he submitted. l 0eIville, oocasioned by the grand army
The umpire said "Play ball" and For Skin Tortured ampment.lledwith
awis went to the bat. Gut to first on ADaCC Thnrday sigh. -alingl and in.
bals. Wert made ahbase hit, and sent BrIES over I06 person. No death
was to second. Lewis stole thi rdae resulted, but many ae seriously
ew o eoond. Lewis stole third, And Tired *J r har l
while Wertz went to seconLon a paosed AM B bei lii near Os ola. Ark.
Mil. UIN UCER. was murdered and robbed by two no-
, meseuar didn't like the looks of the We that ware working on her farm.
sad lknood. Cowarrtaldthes me NJ OnCe of the nearose, named OaMldwell,
Ssad mnee. *uowataidte ame was aMght and ooafesed, implicating
Willumshit a jp ly mld#ay be- AWiU '4eother alsm A mobhnged him toa
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twet the pitathes bbox and ome limb and as one started i marobh of
, which enabled him to reach f. c eo the r. mIant
d o edlmal to get bit At lsanlswhile crenoissigt
a dewe is oe itotme streettrestle of the southern
ty pihtled ball and the result was a wy bout noon Thursday, Geore
or, I* a*l base were 40U. s ad Kase Atianm. egld reepeetlveylTO
Shelley hit to right centre, bringing A warm bath with CM ICURA d I.yaul we aumeve by a m.
n.A a.-nd a si-gIe -o- 0 The ba wwas instant
a na didl'nthitt. itde out; runs *CUri RA, the I S C i, tel was fatally ta jan d.
,,-bco hoo Time 'of thas ilniux, will afford Instant rel, permit rest p.w Men eist of Longley, a
fe fpaM eond. and sleep, an point to a speedy, ws ruo ov rad koled bya train in
Av enue ag n t he bt economical, and permanent cure of Agsus. Qa. Tuesday. MoKsaa
ItAvoum aaln to the bathe most dre gofItch bum- met to Auguta and gt undelthe fa.
time Davis' desire to "knock" Itng bledl idcnldskln suasheof il sa whl brd his
.-,bet. he didn't knook, and s iciap ft s, arUsa and eaGmrghe raldoad wa
thh gSl apm ot the an Iihepitals, and alrother methods fail. creraken by a traln ad eushead to
ti t parS Is a MU. CUTilCCT WOaW s WOlNuS, and
Its Cure df torturing, dlsgurl o ** eels

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Matorla b IDr. amul Pttems reipie fi Iatuats
sad Children. It contans nelthw Oplm, Morphine aor
* etlw, areeftie sabstaIee. It Ira bhamrlemM sstitat
for Pargerie, Drops, .etaig Syrupm aa Caster OIL
It Is Pleasut. Its grMatr is thirty yws' use b
MmlUoma of Mehe. ClmeridetrWoyWeems and lys
MeMrdhaeu. Omteris premts vomiting Sear Curd,
Mease Diarrhma s d Wad Cells. oMtor relieve
teething troubleM, eures cnapation and Satssleney.
Caterla asmilates the feod, regulates the stomeoh
and bowels, giving healthy and ntral sleep. Case
teodt is the Children's Panaoss-tho Mothe's Friend.


Castori&s.
"oemitais an aeseitmedicolfe or f l.
dAms. Mothbesso epute yM tl me c its
t adst upon their oldrea."
3.. 0.0 Omoeeo,
Lowell, 3mn
"Ceborki Isthe bes remedy for doid, iof
wh aIam asquaited. Ihops *day i ms
tsr diast when months willeonidr the ral
haesrfw tcr hadruo, Wi erstfm tso-
fisd ctr riouaquekimatruewhiohare
dewro their loved oam, bto forea m,
morphim, soothin yrup &d ohec hardu
amnt down ted r a r MO, the"mblr ymtlt
them to premature gaves."
j. Vr. Isram ,
Omwla, Ark.


Cutorl&.
"O(shsrbasNwUeiiadaptedtochildriethwa
I nromasmsd bss perorltony premridp
kna ter me."
a. A. tomn. ,
111 e. Oxfoe 8t., fci n. r.
"Ow ipdanles Ina the uildrel's dpea
Mt have spokes higlr of their uped.
ams Il sir eMtts psrotiUs with Caetorse,
ad amhoh we onlyr hba asmeo awr
medial sppes what Is known u igular
produ-, y4 weam tre to cofm ta t the
merlt g( OMe~rImbas we t to look ai
favor upon it.'
Ur la n losmaz. AxID Dimssanv
AuaMW 0. es, hPs.,


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o dd#* "* it i tiak
,;, hpa 3. A. 3ihklMs. whebhtalrs

, ApH% adlocldet@U toY 40 idst ja ths
lf S i Bowe. The wound Is palatial

A duel was fought a few dys ago by
yoetr correspondent and a little seven
year old boy with squirt guns. 'The
Light was a serious one, as neither party
flnched until both were wet to the
skin; if anything, the boy came out
ahead. No feud will be likely to fol-
bow.


Last week we got a nod from Mr.
Murphy, of Palatka, and Maggie Hazel,
of Orange Mills, who were on the
steamer Crescent on their wedding
trip to parts unknown. We had no old
shoes or rice to throw at them, but
wish them a happy lite and a long one
just the same.
We hear that the examination of our


public school teachers resulted in th
passing of 11 out of 34 white applicant
and 11 out of 32 colored. The quest
tions were the same for both colored
with tne colored ahead. The ques
tions are evidently too difficult fo
our teachers, and should be modified
The effort to raise the standard of ou
teacher should be more gradual, and
not attempt to raise them at one bound
',) far above the I past schooling tha
lihese teachers have had as to become
prohibitory. Our School Board ii ahead
of the age.
1 want to know hy what right this
government has to obey the call of our
mtssionarius in China, and attempt to
force the Christian religion down thet
:,lroa8s of the ChInese at the point of
the bayonet? The Chinese nation Is
I the oldest on earth, and their methods,
manners and religion have been pre-
served by them almost intact for thou-
tandsof years. They have tried to keer
within themselves, holding no inter-
course with foreign people. And by
what right have we to go there and
force our opinions, our religion, our
methods upon those people? We are
certainly not responsible for their pres-
ent or future welfare. As long as these
people are content with themselves
and their modes of living and feeling,
itis certainly no part of our duty to go
thete and at the cannon's mouth de-
mand of them that they adopt our re-
ligisus belief and methods of doing.
If our missionaries, who are not sup-
posed to be tools, Lo there, knowing as
tlii v1 nu-t tlihe prejudiices that exist
there against ihem, they go at their
owa risk, anti have no right to involve
this or any other nation in a war for
:heir protection. All that the Chinese
4lesire is to be let alone, and it is a uis.
grace to our modern civilization to
compel them to a contact that they
detest. The facts are, that the greed
of the so called modern civilizer stops
at nothing; he has neither love nor
mercy for anything but his own pocket.
Innocent barbarians become exter-
minated 1hom his vices, and his polut-
iug presence carries nothing but death
and destruction wherever he goes to
found his vaunted civilization. He
even calls it that he is doing the work
for God I perhaps he is.
I have just been looking over the acts
of our last Legislature that will cost
as $75,000. With the exception of the
new election law, our legislators might
better have remained at home. The
several recommended chaunes to our
constitution are so nulch garbage, and
If these changes are to be continued
our constitution will sooni become a
great and wonderful dolcinent. Tihe
usual railroad charters with grants of
land, relief of pmiivate persons, and the
bill to pay the imembelrs their stala res
and mileage are inserted, and then
comes a lot of stuff that has wasted a
great deal of ink nud spoiled a lot of
good paper. I understand that our last
Legle.ature was a verve dignified, sfber
body of men. who deported theramives
with rigId propriety, nod from tie,
work they did I should oresume they
were.
A few days ago General Wrililt was
observed making some mysterious pre.
parations; he was niarhaling his*
forces and conducting nemr to a row
boat tUsed to this wharf. He put in his
bags, and munitlons of war, his
old castid other troops of smaller
calibre, d at first it was supljoised
that lie was ftting out for v filibuster-
iug expediti m to the Island of Cubai;
but it has since been learned that he
made anu attack on I'Palaetto Bluff,
which place hb captured single handed
and now remains In po4sesaion of. A
more gallant deed has seldom been re-
corded. I don't think he has burned
his row boat.
tnTp soutrFian TOMoua," which
we dedlole to Bintrrn:
ar'Joar 8iantha Jane,
u yel bit and rum down th.*
h SI ft tqes sows er' -


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Train No. 86, F. C. & I ., ray.
lig Jacksonvllle at 6:210 p U., rnohes
Atlanta at 5:45 a. m. Pullman deep.
it cars attached to th" tlin.,
Train No. 38 leaves Jacksonville at
7:30 a. m., arriving at Atlanta at 8:80
o'clock p. m.
The passener rates over the F. C.
& P. Railway from Jaoksonville to At.-
lanta Exposition are as follows :
Round trip tickets on sale from
September 15th to December 15th,
good for return until January 7th 1886,
$18.75. Tickets from September 16th
to December 16th Inclusive, good to re.
turn 20 days from date of sale, $11.55.
Tickets on sale Tuesdays and Thuram


days of each week, commencing
September 16th anh ending December
24th, 186, good to return within 10
days from date of sale, $8.40.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World' Pair IlIheet Award,
Chief Engineer G. Trevor Spencer,
of the Florida Eastt oast Canal com-
pany, reports work progressing finely
on the north end of the cut from New
river to Biscayne. The dredge Bis-
cayne has not left for the seat of her
operations south rds to New river,
but will as soon n an as an ocean tu boat
is sent down to tow it outside.-Indian
River Advocate.

PINE TAR SYRUP
Quickly cures Coughs and Colds.
Peek's drug store, corner Second and


Lemon streets
A subscriber, says the Hawkinsville,
(Ga.) Dispatch and News, who has
not paid for his paper in six years
writes us to know how we stand on the
fluancial question. We have tele-
graphed the sheriff to arrest and hold
him until we can get our shotgun re.
paired. We can stanu( some things,
but such brazen affrontery as this is un-
bearable.
Dr. illles'Nervo Plmastvrs-e. nt alldragmlsta
tIA First-Class Bicycle for sale


We rale u to tm waS a ,DAXk.
a'proud of the Plane thai besA, ea
pleased to poasems one.
EABIEST TRUJL +i
Jaeksoavtlle Braeob,
16W. Bal at


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ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE.

THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING FIpOM OARS,
COMPARTMENT OARS, DINING OARS,
THOROUGHFARE OOAOHES, VESTIBULED TRAINIy

QUICK TIME TO ALL POINTS NAMED.


Wc(wth a mml aaist. XUfcbrla b sil. .d Wew
ALL TRAIN DAILY. "0;4 Z" AU tTOANS DAILY. w'.
Lv.-Jsek1Ontlli*,F.C.&F..780AMm 4 op= L'. Jubvs'U6t W. Oa P.. 540pm loan
Kot, ...0 AD an848 "Waved.t 3osIus.. 6$wpm 1055am
~ 10 ~4 00PM
At. Cbarlotw 1 ....a 2D PM 7100am *10 pm u
SWephingmzo30 ...642am IM ys 80IPI A.13.
~~ ~~~ 5~~05amm 113p rUimbIs519a Iia...~
Now YUOM 'aIC15 I35 -~uq agem.
At. Ashe~flls, southern .... ... ........ 10 10 on If.if 00PM.-
For full Informamtion apply to say Ageot of this great Rallway
.system, or its .sao..teea.


Apply at this ollice. W. A. TURK, 0. A. BENSCOTER, S. H. NARDWIOK,
general Pss. Agent, AeOt. n. Pasee. Ag Ast eG l Pas. Agent.***
PALATKA MARKTETS. WASmINYONo. KNOXVILLe, TWN. arTLANTA, .
-- W. D. ALLEN,
Groceries-Wholesale. Florida Pasealger Ageat,
Corrected Weekly by ay Bros., Corner Kirby 212 West Bay Street, JACKSONVI FA.
and Kirklandstreets. dt
Sugar, Standard Fine Granulated.... 4-', July O lDth. 518. i.
Extra "C" Sugar at.................. 4
Dry Salted Boston Bellin ....... 7
Dry malted Western llemle,......... 6'
Dry Salted Western Backs .......... 1% -1 .- -- --
Lard, composed in tieroe........ ..
sugar Cured Hams .............
Sb hulders ............. 7 PLANT SYST
Corned Beef, i..................... 4.1i,
2s a ..... ....... 2 .2
R tB f, s ..................... 1.30
Flour, I'aneyyWeern, First Patenti. 4.0 to 4.I
9rlour, Saond PaDt do do.. 4.N t
"F3olaOoodncy .. ........... .%to04
But., anyEaternCreamery....... to REACHING the Most IMPORTANT POINTS
Cheme,Fancy Full Cream (N.Y. St.). 10 toll!
ew irleail Mo ess............5..... 8to 40
Crmakers-Vanmderveer & Holmes'
Standard XXX....Sod*.
mon Crackers ....Alabama, Georgla, South Carolina,
inji r A apso... .... : ..7
Asso ed ra ... Florida, Cuba and Nova Scotia.
Condensed Milk-Eagle.............. 50 to -,
Chowsl o:,,...... to Pe7fect Passengero t'vice I
do do Beltlrid... 30 to Perfect Passenger Se.vice I
do o Cballen ....... .0to
o do Dan's ...... ... 8.2 to
C(annedVegetables-N. 3Tomatoes. 65 to 1.10
do -xo. Trom toe.s........... 63 to W0
do No. 2 Okra and Tcmatuoes to 1.10
do No. 2 Marrow Peas....... 80 to 1.15
do 0o. 2 Early June Fe.a.... 1.00 so 1 .
do o.2 Boston Baked Beans I.0 to
do o. 2 Boston Brown Breoad I10 to
TaC le lrib Potatoe-per barrel....... 2.75 to-. .
Roed ions do ..............3.5 to
Yellow Onosu, per barrel to....
Early 1oob for sped-.........3
Ieauty Iif iebron for seed...... 2.75
Chili Bed for seed ............ 2.75
olden Cottooee, 50 Ib tins ..... 7
TOVAOICO, CIoARSrruam' T"O.
Duke Cigarette 1 ............. 05
Sensation Cut Piug0... ............. to
Ki' A. toliW
Beat of North Carollna, 2os...........
Duke's Miztsures, Ios................
Bidhl Durham,,Ioz ..................... M
Lcy Hinton ..... ..... ........ 41
Clamp Carter........................
(ieorgia Beauty........ .............. 3 5'
Sweet Iet................. .... 30
Thin Ponnde 4.
Star .......................... 0 3GIEAT EAST COAST HOTELS, OwND A*D OstrUATRs D r ill ,
Clipper ...........................
Hore ,be h ............................oe0 A0S STa Em '
rumond Nat. Leaf ... .......... 2 THE FINST FIlBING sd BOATING 1" .TUR WO
(Gold Dust, per came .............. ...". S
reariloepeorAso................P3.1n
Ito Baking PowderI Ilb.........4.W
(AnplmnI'sor T or's f-b..... WO ELrw EGAN BHIPS'VEBY W EK '
do do .i:b. .. 7... 0 SI' W
Almonds..... ............. 1wPort Tampa, Key W est an, N- arv s.
English Walnuts....................
irtlltI..r0 ......................... V
One Elegant Ship Every Week -tweon,
Paean .... .........
CaiorialniPOPT TAMPA -anUd MOBILE
uso ,an -s............ ... .... ... 0
aoy Sporated Alpples 0n... ........ ..10 LIT.RATUREON' A '
Culrtmas ..... .................... 0to6% oil,
Grain vrIa..evS. te .L
Corrected W Vk e rt"s Co.tr #J., T,
aeet so meVsa asMgose t

fore.xe~pa ....pt a.g


Hay, ra, m oeu,
FLEER AID FamI Wq Orange Box Material.
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Magnifacent Stea omL
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Frm New Weok ,
Wed em ,k t t "* *6p

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8uelay, 8e I* ... ........ fl
Friday, esp. .I01 a"S p.m ...........


OLYDE'S ST. JOHNS RvIN
Steamer "EVRGAD,"Is .. .
APT. W. A. AW.,
Leave Jacksonville, from foot of la~ Sr at 1 P. ,*
Tuesday and Friday, for Palatka, Isa pI, i i
Landings on the St. l iJon ,' v.
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The above le
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and does not cease
-The mortifyin
vents thorough ac
irritabilHy of dis*
impure blod, whi
PP. .I. (L
to. he the Greate
cpes. For sale b
LIfuMA


h h inei the lde, shos idee back an joiate,
511 Health R AMeW Appeit rested de a ee ihsn budAWt by
weedsal tcald 1d stisegthner. Wak women should always take(
them It has the unuvemal commendation of medical men throughout
S we pus tf on tevry bottle, sAd oeU trial Uwil conince the i

*md The Truth And Be Convinced.
eifal o@ar. ellest thlug. we hand about one does bottles s
I "' W At5m i DMtkh I-.. .At M- T. IICKARDBON.Pledmost..C. ,
two bottles my Vsaiea4 ad prinp 0uraeod.
. better thanI have for
t o complete seeWry. .A botUl. of P. P. E, Kehas done me nore ood than
DUlCIss, Itewneaswili. Va, three months' treatment at the Hot Springs, Ark.
JAMBC M. NEWTON, Aberdeen, Browa Co., 0.
from t" MOyor. \p
imailm for fftteen ycsr tried Plmi, 1 So $and Eruptlon Ourehd.
i. t of P. P., nd feel like take iat pleasure In testlfyl to the efcent
gU.ltius of th popular medEcine for skia diseass
WILDER, Mayor of Albany. IMowD a P. P. Veuflred for several years with
an itightly and diaresmble ruptliou on my (sce.
Afte taein three hotI lat in co ance with direct.
l-known Ptsyelolans Utou,i m ntirly cnred.
I for your F, P. p., and Capt. J. D. JOHNSTON,
aima'y c6C,Ms d and Itan eM. vauabli, O. of Johunston Co. /
tters are taken from many received by us. p.\P. p., (LiPPwan's /
a medicine whose virtues are known from the Atlantic to the Pacific.
ins its work by purifying the lood, which is the source of all life,
Until a perfect and entire cure is elected.
g eruptions that disfigure the complexion, the lired feeling that pre- /
womplishments of the daily tasks, sleepless nights, loss of appetite,
position, all meas a derangement of the system consequent from
lch can and will be cured by p. p.p. '
ippfman's Gmst Ramw#y), is conceded by physIcians and the people f
st Blood Puriaer of the Age. It polttvly and permanently f
)y all druggists or direct fro us; price $s a bottle, six bottles for $5.
I ERI., ~um U IAVANNAH. A. \\


Awl W of dI4- t.a tIia W Nt
0u polll.-- nr Advo- points wltht^e 8 of W
AdoMhn round trip Ueksts will be 6*
July 4th, 10h, 19th, 1fth uad 1Itk, ,
The sh rW I Bernando County is a one fan for the road trip, with I"te
charitable re. He hMe planted tur. five days from date of sale. On date
nips in th sour touse, equer at not sperited between 8th and 19th, a
Brookavllle, for fr* distlbuton to the rate of and oune.hird with limit
poor people of the county. seven days from date of Sale.
Dr. Prie g Po wr To Tifton, Ga., and return, account
Wil r msellS semsN emel le nsdamer Fair, excurdton tickets
nso'.. ,I soft. will be sold from all points July oth,
a 10th, 11th and 1th. good returning
The Be1 Salve in the world for Ct ,July 18th, 180M, at one fare for the
Bruls, Sores, Ul "ree, S1 hBul round trip. Speciol train will be rue
ever o"e, Tettr, Canpped lHuad' for this ooasIon July 11th, leavingg
Chlblains, Corns, and 0 U tzdn rup- Valdoetaat 8 a. nm., returning 7:36 p.
lione, and posihely rcures Ils, or no
, Prfots sotn, or mony Uaor ned for further information apply to your
10price 2 per box. For sale by nearest ticket spent, or to
Aokerman & 6tewart, drug G. A. MACDONALD, G. P. A.
Miss Helen M. Gould has founded M. J. CHANCY, Ticket Agent, Palatka.
two scholarships In New York Uni- T'Wh un in Brooklyn or New York
versity in memory of her father, Jay gallon Jonx J. LITTLE at the "Bo-
Gould. The scholarship are open only hemian Oafe" at 916 Ber en street,
to persons living on the Missouri where you will nd a full ue of fine
to peonW living on the M o ines, Liquors, Beer, Cigars ad
olo system, and each hM an endow- Tobacco. de7-t
maent of 86,000, expected to yiekld $250
anu.li. m VMM.

BENJ. P. CALHOUN,

ATTORNEyAlF LAEWI A S.aS
Pslatk0. ortdai. fe-it t S a"ovC tofV' t.v itg -e

HENRY STRUNZ, 'j s o Sr 5
COUNSELLOR AT LAW, o
PALATKA NATIONAL BANK BUILDINWso,
Sold by ACKERMAN & STEWART
E. WIDISOH, S. J. HILBURN.

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIO FRUiT8 ATTORNEY AT LAW.
TOA00. COIGABS, PALATIA, LOmDA.
Candy Confections. o overoI ~so in "s.
Oages. shay quatty aled eU shled on All bualDn mtrasted to his oar ll noWN
short aome prompt steention. -it
The eelbetrted Indi River Pinepple an
cal m hoand. w
All oods warrad frsh.d sod, L P urcell,
3. 'wnromOan. ATTORNEY
C order Lemonand8eond. AndORNEY


I Am& oeuses #A,=. oppoeaesmb call
"a .lass b n wouet Jacksonville, M. J. Murphy., ff-wFl -.
Mr. Drantrew: "Yes; how to treat
one's intrio. You know, dear, it is1 lJ I8 i liN JOHN D. BLACKWELL.
11, re entthat wp e hive had infer- St. Augustie
io.,-,M St. Augustie WOLAL. AK DRAI ATTORNEY TA LAW.
Oobble : "I dont think the land-. w WIEdi, UQU08 AND AROOM i 019L1 BLOCK
dKof t. Hou. e liked what & ndian River Agentfor he oelebmrae J. W. Har ov Po.-caMe. ,,.-t
S ld U to WJ I went in bat- 0 per A Silvester Whiskies. A full lin
0".: "sked him twere was Ri" aDlway. of the best brands at the lowest prices
ay other kb around."-Philadel. ATTORNYS AT LAW
i TAR Y U VD I t lo.... ............ ...................... s lkm -K Mo Lem M
ETARSYRUP iekma-K..a..y .f.e..' Le.s
tou_ ,cy. eyiW.... ....... ............sae s o. P atka. ELu8. v
M t ors ,I.oo, n Vd *oX ,,A OA. l o,.,,o 1 o.7 0 The Inug Trd a s silly. Country .HASKELL,
1ALemosseI 7777, Bi =h Te L-. orders soclted. oc$t f E. E.MHAH &JLL
I e a't se. h.ow the fh .. T .--............ !- ..-- ..j V V 3
s..l- *l.e "dsireeO owtswluay thethv mooldo.ollowla a o .n a esen ones q r e
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t dIf yes cotne to shut t hatb. "ano ure ,ti :: i: t::: | alf:_. ...... ; ;, ...::. .T. MM .
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Mb Mt n ** (1st01 A LoThBrie aoBn flu, 'S o
Bias ai~c o u n t pw mgng :; oe s a to ]o uo n Uoo le thowstfeistr.' U in-tok aA l$WAt e msa.

yo*." o fIB.IpT.t of Bnuiarkabl Cures i .e ms i go fee qerOD Bb.le fo 5
on ttsedS heogto rmyun was present d *eallo fw fast eamD0t.
stated his objetin thereto u to da- a a..... so tagb what wall prove t e be oe ofa the B M W Y G DW, A BPT:,, Eaom
age, etc., to him from the md l n r o mOsowl st powetl mbehIn e the work, Nemrala and rheumatm-two dr". Snd~ r mmlorners and write for
Seadl uoC o~mmshe mattertan1ew'o S. .: ehai own mwil ad patt.et ta helo ela o g d lsm or .an o elo d, om Bm MhI d eep
bss I tme m ~ ltt alesan oe hys deer Whener you ind a m an ding
fsl.pl olnh o t with local paper, open itup and
psedrad tow rea front 0. W j .. ". oD ron6 of evous ehso by Itsn onehe hesn, an ade0r isem T.
stated & i o. akla rdtortionas ea totm-s o r .s a S s W 1 iwil pro vt e toibe up the ontom Id su W AS ,JU In T; a T to one he neer pgre it a e at talah TNS
aetono., th *rom oo The co o .I debate nee parta by the Wse of job of work; three to one hedoesnq aq
Tax Ao.es.or be.tg present the m r lo, rloa looke Paane's celery comonad. tae the ppepr; two to one r tat w it fo
wf referedato r emtotr)wadsM. ..... 3I CS ol. Bu d igM d eown *vtd t Pad's' Oen r compound ataks th isa sanbscriber he s. delinquent;o


seln eo eal aswenamea...it h.tterth e of I%, tois a certain speclgic for the cure, not paper is a good one dan full ft ifie, he
ete ofid arelNo t bf oy of rhemematism, but also of l e ia i s the moat eager to see the ppernd
Ahmoeamtndton fromt Art'i d Got ss ,r- cases In. to impoverished nefe a when it corea oot, sad will rum sangad
Mdmed d. io ntBu S................o. I wit i ar o t o p k or it
wa* iri>3UMo &cdoked There beng Me hke b siness the notaga The clow con nervton of wellafed by town to try to n orro It oa n ansub
eatnti& o.Wgof1t ou enteM Bolard ateng dto tatIsbneote Ais Wo of bgeuh ball w S pl y ers oad hbei to whe l ethIte s ,ber to one h ve r centst watca Mrdl M
t at appe p the r rglarm n, unles fooner ald n d oi.. od n wc npatsne celery, the at."-Ec h nge.
as.n mOto ferred ane1o191. Thr ca1roan, whrfo gotw ag ; VM m a or the ITS. NBC the e Uoo n teeet oen
hnreopeo t asemae him c de k to ud dMe e, oj r mtis Groser, h just riedr ved a I loet p 0 Bdded Olag
mt nwasareaI from4ld thas, ts yretobd iseaae ab t t pund. the msembdallkth a l SeDn. Giver hi a all. yoth namedvauue
l ST Jhereply of R OD [ e.dDay of st.. w e. k at, I fi s e" Of m edi L. r ef
e sth o St. John a nd cmalit a.rota d t.....sXJIMrs B eye o 1at i t s ro esl ors heal r IMte and strenCon gth Mr. t a Red sad Miss Em a i ltfoomno ancgo
fencedpt pat of tthe paUlo 4, uud e.. ib We p ters w lises and .. edlern, of Augsta, Ga., who tae. u l
ofound ld fece. Onmal awkla was wel and 7favobly he shiml annd ma qS uhe boge. It afternoonon eJ.T.iK.W.o protqaadlres ta tbpoes
led to the Clerk to i .netgat 1 and kown throghoat thissetlo. Yes, to t e spo a Thelist ofth ee It has freed rom their home. gto. ', "t'
Md if such a pulc' road exist s ae wer e earritdto George. Bell D rhematleim is along one.. It contains Atti.. who dehukqrh~pM
ttioeofeJaeAd.l e a t t oespeci.no beicbllatho n oa nmmedaa oa no; their
a.d. o...st n. tie Mb ro d. g..f..~Ia e o ag o e l er Ie and a.Lfulwtm5h
s bar ido tte be e gets t town the d and ad A mee.ng of the l Tbra
.I. appoinmente oluy rtorofum ais ebualst o losreookfye.sgr and Beadi g Boo Ae location i
approved.. ca.e dforpSat |, teo urday, P.s at ^ .^.
A. Turowe a$apmeted f impoter oe itae It s vited to attend. )
triot, av'to tgy. .pondia the sum of been the oe o a n ad nrv aand *.
one bmatro da ola as inr c.tAr. Mr. n r brain inlorttaal. yeT.,AcCU cRiFORln)Ya.P8IA. f R' l.
Turner then presented his bond ti lbsbtscon at u byin s h b W oan es re r to a dA Gt .
T eItASkms m o baebl was v an d rai n wi th henltleayne d wu Lo y B o .
eoanof one h ladred dollmlwih 0o ga .inlesso Setl speak- volmr.c for i.ts ey so a ds d asom Ld .Mn Bon lla
A. Turner "ad Bletaaqi Tdvetoe as leases of nervous origin. Savannah, a, y
sureties. On motion bod approved. Streg. th, buyant sirit and f wrle GiN .Lx;U M :-For the bcfltof all
The witness pu y rol f In or owner's In. Dhof ft hst o5 Wal b P its Isa uffering from dyspepsi *ad genu ral
quest on the body of Ma AlleA wu o W. P. Cole will leave Brooklyn. N. debility I beg to submit itteGtlea u
approved. Y., Friday Septembes 90, t to the eltoacy of your P. F.P* (Rttlekl *t- Mo t
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