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 27, 1895
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 1, 1893.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -67th year (Sept. 18, 1936).
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 1, no. 37 (Feb. 16, 1894).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00086614
Volume ID: VID00097
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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sMie tehUi e a lie. TirMied
morn Wi a a il

Be s yOUea gt It. The M eR
is ethewaopper. J.E.Ula

Mr. B4. J. Tilghman visited Jaeison-
ville this week.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Butler, who have
been visiting North Georgia and the
Atlanta Exposilton, returned home
Widan day night.
LuNx W&n OorTes BUiir hasb no
equalU a remedy for OOubs, old
Influssa, Broebltl ad alld diseasese
of the Thrmat and Lungs. Made only
by H Bond& b 0.. Baltimore, Md.
Por sale by Ackerma bStwart, Pa-
latka. Fa.
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. rooms, after an
extended visit to the mountains of
North Georgia, rtnrned Wedneeday.
They visited thoe E poeit n I Atlanta,
and pronounce It a grand afair.
Taok StrythalU
The little eon of Prof. I. imes
Ocame near being the victim of a serious
accident Monday afternoon. The little
fellow In some way got hold of three
stryunhnlne pills, and did not healtate
to swallow them without ceremony.
As soon as the fact wa learned Drs.
Cyrus and Steen were summoned, san
after administering some emetice
young Mr. Himes was nrougbt obt
Chief Trueman iivee notice in ua-
other colulano to those who are liable
f9r llcease-occnpational, profeselonal,
business, etc. He also calls upon par-
ties owning dogs to renew the license.
Dr. Price' Crem Bkidag Powder
era e,,a hb

t he p o eso, whisk -. m e
..... ,,,daA. W a iMegh a
slhMbbhaduasema an the raaea sM
r mve/ ue as wm be eenaen a
Whem viingm the t t forget
the Peaehtmee Inn.
A. J. Reynolds hba retrnad from a
pleasant visit to his ola Kentucky
home./ I
Sheriff egan and Deputy Howell
went south on business Sunday.
B. W. Huff, after a cee of ilinesa, is
recuperating on the coast.
Tia TImxs-HRzALD le informed of
the death of M. Id. Rum'ey, whicl?
occurred at Kenka, W odneday morn.
lug. Mrs. Bumley was a most edesma-
ble lady and will be *gttly missed by
the communiKy. We extend sympathy
to Mr. Raule In his bereavement.
Dr. Mlesu' am Plas"M Ma&" aiarnmgab
The It. Ieorge Wtel.
We notice so dimunalton ln the bust-
nes of this most excellent kept hotel.
The people eontine to come sad go to.
the St. Georpe. Ie entral location;
lar and wel ventilated rooms and
wide veadabs make It a most deer
abi4placeitstopat. Mr. Gamble,a the
popular proprietor, is to be coigratu-
lated upon the eseooea inaalhtaln0
so ezoelleot servie,as~ at rate that
mekee hist estate l comfortable for
the future. to to the It. George.
Send us your mail orders and write for
Sample and Price. Goods guarn-
,ed from 8. X. BOND.

Quickly eumr Coughs and Colds
Peek's drugstore, corner Second and
Lemon struts.




And Other Vehioles.



W.ay i tra o. .. ,r D .. a fh
and Style of Work.





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TIhe teaml B l. 4WAsi nmlyR Hom; g i
th a tes dual sua tamm g vale K itMer and M eigh o11to. 1,0I9p4m.
the Armecy Weiaeq4y Mot mader Ms be ch p' d. L Cow.",
th aNepNWp of the Ladles' t ,o ._._..... c .,
SL. Mawk's eoh"o, we welli adttiNd CrXorw-I solelt ordern e
and a geat eap. flowers and ehrubbery of every dseolp.
At8 o'olook the s xte young ladles oi sad adtpric eouiateot wibthe
eld tn appropriate etamluse fo rthe Usa. Avrus Pas.L
ooiselon, upder comOfead o Major W.
X. Haughton, mtahbed into the spa. B ittwh
doel room, and to my that they eze- SM b* Poa tw*ek e Ph

ted ms beMantful manenverw wod &e week ending 9ep
be nothing but justice. They weon axs' tr".
loudly applauded by the e sth istlc O ,, iennemo, lCPO
sidleam. .n M A uBnter, WH(l)
The Woeo of Mlo Mwesuo iHM. OO'.Y L. 6;,,s^
Mthell and Msers. Peak and eAu -MbddD ) Phillp W P
gevohendM we. Pne kl d i38ahm W' tr V anIbI s ee
v dwemsallplendnyrmadu d Simn s'mes iBaker
brought forth rounds o f applUme. ZaAD Ur.
The duets were also god. Brale, Laum BHrinsn, Lo
The treat of the ocailoo, hover, (hytoa, Blanohe Cooper, BIam
38t,.Anna Denver, J.aulo
was the cornet solo, Facllta (a vtr Ann Dener Jate
difficult one. by the way) by Prof. 3. a9nel .1Lm. Moota, Fanise
G. Pine. In this solo there is rendered Nolan, Chbs Nichols, CS
about every note poulble to seoure Itair, Martha Snenoer Edetse
from a comet, from the highest to the Wilon, Reainer White, Cely
lowest, which were rendered in a de- Persons calling for the above letters
lightfully clear and distinct mener. willpletse1Uay"ADVXntTnZgD."
The encore was so ltense and lasting W. P. AnDxRaOw, P. M.
that Prof. Pine wa compelled to re- I rfOAI D WANTI D--For man an
spond. Miss Whitoldes, the piano wife, ve dollars per week each.
accompanist for the vocal part of the J. STrA
program, did remarkably well. Mrs. Bo 86, Long Branch, N. J.
W. M. Haoughton played the piano for
the drill exercises, which ete uas per. J. T. Danforth, who bhe taken charge
feet as could be desired. Dr. Hawes, of the restaurant formerly conducted
with his violin added greatly to the by H. Hendrickson, Front street, op.
music at certain Intervals. polite the Ptnamr House, is now pre-
In all, the entertainment was a great pared to eene his friends and the pub-
)euccees, and the promoters deserve io generally. First-ell meals, pea*t
credit. attention and a quiet place to euop M.
The following is the program as rjn- you step there once you will be Sear to
dered: I do sogain

1. umse uDill.
3. Duet-'Tr st ter Not.--MiHs
Morygne ad Mrs. MiteolL I
L 1loo-l-fy Au hRvoir"--r.eiOw .
.lOornet Solo-" Faolllt."-Mr."
Bol4-Na Thlaks I Do Not LleIN
llm"-Ma. Mitwhell. 'U g
Duet-'Llf,'s Dream Ie O'er."-
Mis Morafne and Mr. Peek. lAW
Whea norus and ran down; wheL L A I
the blbod is out of order; when yor eo _
feel laigrld and tired,from no appa lTae..
rent cause, taku Baaepaerill.a a
Celery Compoun I. It oures Borofull k7
Bolls, azmmaeand l&L discern of ,h Nl,
blood. OnusNervou Bxzbaustion an LAW
Hysterla. Made rnly by B. H. Bono L--"
& Co., Baltimore, Md.. For ale bLoaUo,
Ackerman & Stewart Palatkha, la. rou.)
County School Book'H,
and School Supplies,
full flne Just receIVe K TIM
at Cochrane's BooSg
Store. Special priceio^s a
to teachers In schoo "
supplies. See our ada-,ma,
next week. Lemon St.,,,.
next door to Front. O

AMe ut Geloug 0weN.'Xtak Y W
Tlokets via adRe Bald
lias at lowest mae, P.IwS Douln
Atore, comer Lemon a en d &padSt.
Get Your License.
upOMOM 0 1013 1 S ty LI
Ienes beeo up ou eiere I

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ThisWeeellWeNelb elMply dlt ed es.9411
al afte u-s maloy tsummerH. oldig the sa be hoes sld gak d
We areready to welcome the autum i sense f see
beezee. It mskakes one have day the South
dreams of the past; when the orange Than to put the bherh .r" il a 0 touth O
taken on its golden hue, as the babling erner's mouth. KNOW THAT WI
sutumn breezes swept through the 'Tis the brogue of the Yankee that PIAO, beelds the other r mo *e
branches of the trees and made them harsh "r" to sound Do you kpow that we bave sp
wave In the sunsehlane; we dream on As i f from a Jybird's madibleground- own skilled workmenolad Ou l ge,
until the dream becomes so vivid that And the South don't indulge In the "r' MONEY T AN EVER BEFOEIN ".
we look up and around to see the tires Wir th which it was uttered or may be fer to the LDDN
failly loaded down with golden fruit, as sang.. e an proud of the Piano that ba our n a me t e.
of old. And behold I What meets our Rut J. st hae gotten pleased to possess one. t.
gae ? Nothing but the blackened at J Pea m t o AI TBRML LOW$hg*
stumps and charred limbs of the trees And, uncontrolled, started a Puritan Jadksonvlmle Braieb, O i
that a few months ago were beautiful highbred 1 W. Bus t. '."
evergreens hanging with luscious To accustomed vernacular conveniently .
fruit. Alas; how many fair hope And the rolt was J. F. on the sweet i
were scattered to the four winds of the Southern tongue.
earth by a few hours cold. And we, GRAY JAcXr.
lke spoiled childreogrombled and com-
plained, instead of looking at it in a ExiiostionS ebedale.
plain matter of fact way and being Train No. 86, F. C. & P. By., leavr
thankful for what we did have. But ing Jacksonville at 6:90 p. m., reaches
then, It is not human nature to be con- Atlanta at 5:46 a.m. Pullman sleep-
tented, nor to bear with atisfsaction. lng cars attached to this train.
The man that has plenty of everything Train No. 86 leaves Jacksonville at
necessary for comfort and to sustain 7:80 a. m., arriving at Atlanta at 8:80 9V V0 S.A MI MM r
life around him complains more than o'clock p. m. O0 P0t'J r AW #I &M S rPW
the man that does not have enough to The passenger rates over the F. C.
"at. We have taken a slight retro- & P. Railway from Jacksonville to At-.--
epective view of the situation, now let lanta Exposltton are as follows :
us look forward. What did the freeze Round trip tickets on sale from
leave as? We have our farms, stock September 15th to December 15th,
end everything that we had before the good for return until January 7th 1896, -
freeze except the orange trees. Most $16.75. Tickets from September 16th S o u th ern -. -
of the corn and meat used was shipped to December 18th inclusive, good to re-
here from the west. Our time was turn 20 days from date of sale, $11.65.
pent in cultivating and fertilizing Tickets on sale Tuesdays and Thurs-
orange trees. Spend the same time days of each week, commencing
cultivating cereals and looking after September l0th and ending December
stock, and we will have all the corn 24th, 1805, good to return within 10 ARSLUTRILY THR SRORYRST ROfIR.

and meat in this country that we need
A colony of emigrants from Georgi
are expected to settle near this placI
some time during this fall. We wel-
come all who come with the inten
Uon of settling and becoming good cit
We have learned that the social bal
has been set rolling for the fall season
by a party in a neighboring village
We will have to acknowledge that they
are ahead of us, but we hope to come
in in good season.
"Henry Lanoy," let us hear from
Dr. Price's Cream Baklag Powder
W drMd's Ptalt HitSMaMedli ilMem.

recauiar so itseo.
Hood's Sarsaparlla is peculiar to it-
elf, in strictly mediominal sense, in
three important particular, vis: first,
In the combination of remedial agent
nwed; second, in the proportion ln1
which they are mixed; third, in the
procei by which the tive curative
propetIee of the prepartion aNe s*
acred. These three Important polat
makes good's SarnawIllt petultr l(
Its medicinal merit, as it aceomphihe
reb hitherto usknown.

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a eOrange Box Mtra
gI'Alao. General Apu etnv ts tf~IIrt1s,

, days from date of sale, $8,40.
e Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM OARS, The Clyd St
W wrl's Ialr iaheet Awesu. COMPARTMENT CARS, DINING OARS.
* "Did you have any trouble with THOROUGHFARE OOAOHES, VESTIBULE6 TRAIN
" your French when you were in Paris?",
"No; I understood my French well QUICK TIME TO ALL POINTS NAMED.
enough, but those measly Parisians ___" Mooso"
didn't. They had all the trouble.- ,w4*zwSh d ain ac et. sroRa't, 1 L Weet.
* Harper's Bazar.
PINE TAR SYRUP ".-s"" "" **2.* m--
Ln.j ik ne.Tv ,rF.O .r. 7 lt m 0pa L.Jckme IR., c.*p. .& p. T,
Quickly cures Coughs and Colds. -6 a. 85m e4 P: ZVMI sea 6 panIs. 1 a0pm 10
yalneab, .,,. i1aml 1041pm As,. M o,m. 946am s pa
Peek's drug store, corner Second and a : SSne ftaa i"&o .5 4os a m
temon." "Dear Parieets replied Por fu.ll Informat Lo apply to ay A, t of thie gr at alwaysy ,

Lakesid&; "but are they really large syem, or Is asestion.. Calling at CharletOr, 8. BO*
consumers of our pork, though?"- A TpKs 2 1. B ma OTt, a I 7AR nWI, *m .... .e.. I I
"Alba never. :. at pork," remarked Mr." !A.t. 4en L pss. A M m entl..........q .l1 '

St. WA *ou tOeC. .... ... .... a S. ...S.. .10: less. loops
Squille, withoutt thinking of the pars. ly- th.a..1.. '" d )p..W : :: .

D r l 00 p Bated n B
osttes." "Dear Paris," replied ,i For full Informatio- apply to any Apet ethsg peat Ritaway ed to W- foDloWs: .
Lakeerde; "but are they really large system. ,ectle. CoAling at Charleton., S. C. Sot, ,
consumers of our pork, though?"- A. TURK, L A. ENCOT, L UN. HAROWIE, Ue. in.. ....

SZ.lJ, E..tN ast aOftNas p. a...S
-- leTa. ...,O ...... .9 aptm...a ......

Albany Air." Alabama, Georgsa, Carolina' WM. P. LY .Ag A O r. Ge An..
orreted kly y a ., Corner Kiry 212Florida C tba ad Nova c. oay,o Oc t Ie. atM
and K rk aldstreets. July 9FitL, I~ ,O. 25tha, p m ........
Sugar, standard Frne oGranlated .... 4%t
.. .. ............... Perfect Passener SerLYDE'S SvceT. JOHN RIVER

P do do mBellies B d......... C0to
doT omto.............. .4o.
d sted Westernn B.ok 1 o Winter wea.ks Steamer "IEVER OLADLI"

U"r.... .t.....e CA. PLANT "SYM A ,.' *
O 0es bo. 5 t
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SCra m.Y.. ). tot12D. D..MUCK.G.J.A.r
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Sta-dardXXX... .oda. 6AlabamaG eorgia, South Colina, WM ......... WM P. CLYDE & Co. Goee,
S'l"T.............. Floril a, Cuba and Nosa Scotia. 4
Assorted Mixed Cake.a. 8Te AT p bye tts Av. t" pe w1 S ..
o Po.......... Perfect Passener Service Ir
do do ellb a .. 7.0to
do do ChalleneP......... 1.50 to
.ko do Dun",...........5.% .eto j L D E E
do N. o .,, w.mwoea-- N
do No.2Okra andTomatoes 66 1.10
du No.:2 Marrow Peas....... o0 .to 1.
do N..2E forlyJune eas....t0ce t .oY T1
doo No.2ltokton Bkown BreaPd 1.0Zto Zvery lady should poses a plr* IL6800111 If not h 51e1e k
Table 10ash potato --per barrel 2.75 to ........
Yellow Onioan, per barrel. .3J6 to....
briv Rome for sed ........ ....75
Ileauty Hebrron for eed.:. 2.7.
CbilI fed fort sed.......... .. 3
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Stubbom cases. The formula is published
Sp lyn every bottle. As a tonic it



Sarsapari lla
For Female Complaints and
building up run-down sys-
tems it acts like magic. Try
a bottle and be convinced.




Wwoiens euatle suferer for 18 months. florivpil ;n b.'n"
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ally become afillated with the 8tate.
They will learn by and by that the
prosperity of the home people here is
their prosperity, and instead of skin-
ning the poor dsplisel FlorliAas they
will fInd It for their interest to make
common caue with us. They are not
foola if they bae bean grasping and
mean, a ftr they have squandered
all the money they hae nlovested here
they will stop out and new men will
lokehold aAddo a fairer and a better
bIausi They have trtO to do too
sh--hae tried to run rairoaees
thm h ta wildernees and without call.
'tf in Mtlem for their wild lands, have
boe-n play a Utle boy's game by try-
tng to mbse few people pay all their
*ft, Thr wil leamn better by and
b7, aed the silly, uhild-Uike action will
be pbadoned, and they will run their
rads oe a good, fair, paying basis.
But the raed have got to change
hbads Sfet and the children that are
new operating them must be seat bore
0c thair mothers. Florida is all right,
and U our people cannot make as good
a lling hereaseanbe made in any of
the Wtate it will be the fault of the peo-
ple themeives. Dsasters will come to
al gart of th world, and by and by
we will have another, I presume, but
nonada w go right along and wll
proapar tr all time. There Is so uas
l "trylugver'spiqd milk." LAv a
little oloeari work a little harder, sad
the dieatr t oynerome. The speoe-
mdMare good in their way, but
tse ask or expsmt sympathy.
T 0 ai, at aUhir game amd no one
mi sur'iloals r ..
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e**ers aoftr as sorate f Latea *isi b t, 1uh and 3lo
md a nerMveles yOU man could eake* oe4 dI *'Ies will be sold frm
lt It came the ow man's turn to psette oS Man sad retau at ae
speak, and hai voice shook with ael te for the road trip; limit good re--
ft1aent. "You want to marry my turning July l0d, 8I From all
dawhter r" he said., "Ah, now as the points within sa radiNm of 9 50 mless fromee
tim for my revenge. Twenty ye Macon, round trip tickets will be solid
ago your hfther crippled me In a stoek Jaly 8th, 10th, 19th, 17th and 19th, at
deal, Mad I swore to be revenged. one tre for the found trip, with limit
now my time has come." He paused !y dayb from date of sale. On dates
for breath, and the aetrant for the not specifled between 5th and 19th, a
maiden's bhnd was about to best a rate of fare and one-third with limit
hasty treat to the face of suppoeed seven days from date of ale.
defeat, when the father broke forth To Tiftoo, Ga., and return, accooot
again : "Yes, sir; I swore to be re- Midsummer lar. econuslon ticket
venged, and now I'll strike the father will be sold from all points 'July 9th,
through the son. Want my daughter, 10th, n1th nad 12th, good returning
eh Well, take her, and may she July loth, 1M, at one fare for the
prove as epenilve to you au she has round trip. Speelol train will be am
to me." The old man dropped into for this occasion July 11th, !eavitn
bis chair, worn out with the excite- Valdosta at 8 a. w., returning 7:85 p.
meat of his plot, and the young man m.
fainted. for further information apply to yeo
nearest ticket agent, or to
BuiM's Armni e. j ACs A'S, 0 P. A.
The Beet alve in the world for Cuat, J. CHAaor, Ticket Agent, Palathe.
Drulses, Sore, Uloers, Bait Rheum,
Fever borse, Totter, Chapped Hands, v When in srooklyn or New York
Chilblains, Corns, and all 8kin Ernp- oalon Joer J. LIrTL1, at the "Bo-
'ons, and poeitavlv cures Plles,or no bemian Cafe" at 916 Bergen street,
pay required. It la guaranteed to give where you will And a full line of Be-
Perfeeatisfaction, or money refunded Wines, Liquorm, Beer, Cigars and
price 98 cents per box. For sule by Tobacco. de74
Ackerman & Stewart, druggia. .

WiEi o w U MEsvIm

A1 MAI1 ITS I : Q I ,

Waters so to iso Pigs Daily.
Governed by gravity weight valve. No
springs to rust. No float to stick in the
mud and let out tank of wivir. Has
ter before a g cup-
Snot a large,
a lot of hot,
Filthy wa-
ter before a fresh supply comes down.
Valve seat is in body of water and acts
as a lock-nut. Can be set to water two
ons ,t once, and can be attached to a
nk or barrel in ten minutes. Works
successfully in winter.
Retail price, 38.00. We pay express.
Fountain sut to any address on trial.
Price to be remitted by express agent
if satisfactory. It costa nothing to try.
Send for one. Agents wanted in every
locality. Order through implement
dealer or
Lake City, Iowa.


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suboeor to Jooms Hn.JSPArro.)
-0n.a4M IN--
Candy Confections.
OmqW I a quMaitp iegla sad iM spped eon
The Membeedn ladian ier Plaspplee as
-laxamm o n abd.
AUl goods wwaad freh and sound,
r eer emoaa sad second.

M. J. Murphy.

lI Strit BlI N i Pti
"aE, LU u OM M I .
Ament for the celebrasl J. W. Har
Ae lvester Whishkles. A full lin
beset brands at the lowest prices

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prompt stentlon. e ts

I. L. Purcell,

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a (cOUu. Three sountl, a Coents.
F sUi (11tu44 in An idwAm1.


t recent issue of the Daily Florida
tCi-ao contains this:
'"hn statement was ma d yesterday
on the best authority thal another
sash, door and blind factory s soon to
le establisnedl in Florida, and that
Jalekonville h4s about e'oen hanoes
with Palatka for seourtUg the looatlon
Sl t within Its lhnit*.
"Het parties who will make up the
new 4or panv are the Wilso ypress
company of New York. Certain lu.
her interests of Saginaw, Miohigan,
will also be represented in tke new
cnoern. The same authority maid
tuhe the company wao formed In New
York on taturavy, September 14, and
that the New York representative will
MI Itn ibis city within a short time to
determine upon thi looatiou and other
nmtters connected with the establish-
ment of the plant. hei capital of the
new comust y Is tated to be 0100,000,
whtoh will all be paid In and available
for starting the plant and for its work.
in g capital
'Strong Influenoee will be brought
a ioocate the plaut in Palatka. but the
matter of the location has not yet
onea determined."
What is the matter with the Palatka
11ureau of Information? What was its
sVnrpose oforganizing, if not to pro-
mote the welfare lnd interests of Pa-
latka and Palatka people? The writer,
being secretary of the o.called Bureau
of Information, knows whereof he
qpeaks when he states that not one
ineeting has been held sinoe the one'
at which organization was perftoted.
I11 aw not been the fault of the seore-
tarv, however, that three times in
maewassi m has that official prepared
tMT room for meeting, and three times,
with only one exception, when two
uxembers of the committee appointed
'*tu compile a phamlet were Diesent,
ias the secretary comprised the en-
tire meeting. The only remedy is re.
organization, and the sooner the bet-

As regards the enterprise above
mentloued, It ie a duty the business
men and citizens owe to each other to
offer somn. inducement, for the secur-
ing of that factory means a great deal
for Palatka. It meant an increase in
lbioines; it means the erection of new
houses and a fair rental for those al-
weady erected: In fact, It means almost
a new town.
S There ar inutuedilately adjoining
P'alatka numnberles hundreds of acres
of land, any of which could be pur-
ehased for a very low figure. Would
It not be advisable ti offer the new
company a sufficient tract--say ten or
twelve acres-upon whish to erect
their plant ? How many of Palatka's
busmless men are willing to contribute
toward the purahasing of this land?
We venture the entire cost of the tract
would not exceed IW. lIs there not
thirty business men here who would
willingly contribute $3.00 toward .the

A factory of the nature described
would be worth more to the merehants
of Palatka than could ever be antiol-
gated, and it could be secured by so
little xertion that we would shake
band in congratulation over the re.


Beginning from to-day let the negr)
reglter an oath in heaven that from
henceforth he will cast his lot 'nate-
riallv, civilly and tuorally with the
Beuth; that he will cultivate theclosest
frienadblp with the Southern white
man; that when he cnma he will vote for
aid wilh the S .uthberu white man; bIat
he will praise his good deeds, end that
les will in a dignified and sensible man.
mer tell the white man of nth wrongs
to bh nigro. A e I ami more con-
wieMed to-day than ever that If tbis
course is followed there will soon not
onlv be a new Bomth lut a new negro.
Though we aye not yet where we
wast to be, yet, thank God. we are net
w&et weo ue to he.-[Boojer T. Wash-
ington, Principal of the Industrial
mttecol for Colored People, Tuskogee,

'dking the above as a basis for the
aoe of e negro race, it seems a
L ty we have not got more Wash-
iagtoe (though not of descent from
colonisl anoestry) to stimulate and ad-
ine the bletk man to nobler action.
Use is In the MSouth, unil naturally tIh
Hobth with its warm climate is the true
hmaKe of the negro. That being a set-
tied principle, he should stand by and
support tuthoern iuliests. WhVlt ul
pold for the white lmast will be good
for the black mon. A iovernimeti that
distenses thabest th logs for the Southb
eam white mao wll base a tendency to
batelt and el*yate the nogu Theik
IMiescats are thl amse In a great means.
U4 nd while pwa' and distinct as
6 oen ad a ,* msual be, both are

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the royaleot my have
ons be" a ttdi' ofl S t seti
meat, but under the itogm of the new
South, with ilivesT ed activitile
snremadutnove every Southern State,
time ie too preelota and the needs of
the hour to0 Urgbig to waste in looking
ap a man's pedigree. A man is what
he live. Every field is open to the
black man. The race Ie set by the
white man u a tutor and leader, and
by nature's decree this .must and al-
ways will be so, and the colored race has
only to fall In line, move with the
masses, identify itself with all the
white race's interest, stand by the
Southern people, turn a de earf to all
demagoguery and fanatillemand march
right along to the ranks of usefauisee
to the goal of success.

The New York Central paper train
recently made 140 miles In 130 'miln
utes, sixty-eight and three-tenthe
miles per hour.

The South exports about 14,000,000
gallons of cotton seed oil, and imports
nearly 1,000,000 gallons of the same
annually, having been manipulated
and labelled "pure olive oil."

Col. Breokinridge, of Kentucky, has
come out with the announcement that

he is out of politics for good and for all
It Is apparent that the Colonel know,
about how high he has been kicked.-
Journal of Commerce

An Iowa physician hired a tramp for
$10 to "punch the head off" a rival
doctor. The tramp got licked, gave
the contract away, and his employer in
in lail in default of 11,000 bail. Jus
tice seems to be spending her summer
vacation in Iowa.

Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher, widow
of the famous preacher, does not wear
black or any other emblem of mourn-
ing. Her demeanor is cheerful, as well
&s her dress, and she always has pleas-
ant words for her friends.

There is to-day less reason for the
cry of hard times in Florida than in
any other section of the country.
There is no suffering; the health of
the people it perfect, with the most
glittering prosDects for the future.
The natural growth of the State alone
would soon make good all losses, while
there is a certainty of great improve-
meait and development in almost every
portion of it.-Palm Beach Gazetteer.
A great many people, says the Sa-
vannah News, who are not familiar
with Florida, associate that great State
n their minds principally with oranges,
pineapples, tarpon, pickaninnies and
alligators. These are, indeed, impor.
ant and interesting things that Flori.
da produces. Those who may attend
the Atlanta Exposition will be sur-
prised at the wonderful resources of
the Peninsular State that will be ex-
hibited there. Almost anything 'that
grows in the ground can be grown in
Florida, and untold metallic wealth is
buried In its broad acres. It is some-
what unusual to speak of Florida as a

metal-bearing State, but it is a fact
that it has iron, gypsum, aluminum and
a metallic poiet ilgment, all of which
will be shown at Atlanta. There will
be also in the exhibit a china dinner
set of 114 pieces made of Florida
kaolin, and this ware 1I said to com-
pare favorably with the finest china,
being almost transparent."

A large area will be planted in cot-
ton by Florida farmers next spring,
says the Florida Cftizen. The yield
thie season has been good, andi prices
are much better thixp they were ex.
pected to be. Mr. W. II. Howell, of
Center Hill, in a letter published in last
woek's itue of the Semiterville Times,
discusses the problem, ."How Are
Farmers in South Florida to Farm
Successfnll} ?" Mr. Howell suggests
that thev male their own commercial
fertilizer, which they can do at a cost
of $25 per ton. If they should not Le
able to buy the ingredients, ho advises
that they plan: II early vegetables da
much ground as4 heir home-made com-
post, wall enrich, and put sea island cot-
ton on every other available foot of
ground. Mr. Howell suggests further
that every Iallroad town build a gin
house to gin the cotton that shall be
grown in the neighborhood. Re-
ferring to these suggestions, the Lees.
burg Commecital, in Its laestseue, sys:
"This advice ia Important, and If it
shall te carried out, it will go far to-
ward relieving the sfanoial pressure;
and when core, cane, potatoes, stock
and other things shall be added to the
supplies, no reason appear why the
farmers should Ma only make a living,
bat make amoey. As a &tt of fact
thie ISfarM of 4eutl flior a"e In
BgmglWB^W M B $pt hl


after a very arrivta I
SMace on o soheIdleU leavRin that
city over Ie Itral Ralroad of Geoe
r l about 4* a. m., arriving In At-
lanta at 7:4., Mr, Maodonald, with
Mr. W. H. Lacah, accompanied the
editors, and gave theor personal atten-
tion to the wants and comforts of all.
The train as ar as Mace was in charge
of Captain :Gdin, one of the most
sooommodattng and genial conductors
Ina the country.
To say that we enjoyed the trip
teebly expressed our opinion of the
greatest Expoeltlon ever held In the
South, and with ;one exception is
Pledmont Park has been enlarged
and beautlled l1th elegant bulldinp,
which compares fMomably with any at
the World's Fair. Some of them are
not complete, however. and of course
all the exhibits tar nl aaJranged, but
enough can be seen to pay any one for
the trouble and expense of a trip to
Atlanta. We understand about ten
thousand workmen ave engaged on the
buildings and grounds, so everything
will be finished very soon, and Atlanta
may well feel around of her Expos-.
tion, which will not only benefit Geor-.
gia but the entire South, by showing in
the most attractive and advantageous
manner the wonderful resources which
the South has stored for the hands of
capftal and energy to utilize. There
are exhibits from all parts of the world
-uearly everything one can call for-
from an Egyptian mummy to a pond

The West Florida exhibit is very
r line and reflects great credit on Colonel
W. D. Chipley, who is looking after
Florida's interests at the IExposition.
The Plant System did not have its dis.
r play quite ready, but will have a mag-
nificent exhibit of Florida's produce.
tions in good shape in a few days. A
large building, with an annex, have
been erected by the Plant System.
It would be waste of time and space
for one to try to tell what he saw, for
all the columns of this paper could
not hold the list; but take the advice
of one who has been there and go and
see for yourself.
Saturday was a day long to be re-
membered, for on that day the heroes
of the gray and blue had a grand love
feast on the Exposition grounds. There
were thousands who had faced each
other on the bloody battle field thirty
years before, fighLing for what each
thought the right, that day shook
hands with the cordiality of long lost
but recently found brothers. Itepre-
sentatives from neatly every State in
the Union were there, and perfect
harmony seemed to prevail. Nine or
ten Governois were there, and several
of them made speeches, which were
enthusiastically received.
A grand pyrotechnical display, which
was the finest ever seen In the South,
concluded the day's entertainment.
We are especially indebted to G. A.
Macdonald, of the G. S & F. BRailroad,
J. C. Halle, of the Central Railroad of
Georgia, and to President Collier and
Director Cooper, of the Exposition
Company, for ihe uniform courtesy and
kindness extended us on our trip and
during our stay In Atlanta.
Our own fellow-townsman, Salem
Graham, is in Atlanta. He has built a
hotel within three minutes walk of the
Exposition grounds, where he keeps, as
usdal, an excellent table, and polite
and courteous attendants. Those of
our people going to the Exposition
should call on Mr. Graham, who we
guarantee will make you feel at home.
We feel grateful to him for the kind-

ness and courtesy extended us.
In conclusion. we will say tlisa our
trip was highly enjoyed and appre-
ciated. Atlanta is a wonderful city and
bet Exposition a grand sucess.

Track laying on the East Coast ex-
tension was begun last week. Noth-
Ipg but bridges over the several
streams south of Palm Beach will pro-
vent continuous work from now on.
The graders are below New River and
'"humping" ou to the Day.
Wife-John, why don't you go to
sleep? Husband-I'm afraid It might
wake up the baby.-Llfe.
She-No man is good enough for me.
lIe-I know that, Out am I bad enough?

better than re. Tun's Liver
Pil wilnot only are, bt If
taken In trie wilM pMeveCt
Sick Headache

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What itf he 000a1 V1t1
The development of the nedaO *w
man is one of the most laterestlau
trens of oivlbsation to- ay. BAt it &
not true that the cause of wNMan teas
concern, and the question of woeMa
suffrage another? And are they nol
too often confounded, even deliberate.
ly confounded, by those who are wil.-
lng to have them appear to be idsnt -
calf Supposing that .to-morrow the
trumpet should sound and the walls ul
Jericho fail, aud every woman be free
to cast her Individual ballot without let
or hindrance from one confine of the
civilized world to another, what wou'd
it amount to after all by way of elucl-
dating the question of her future evo-
lution ?-From "The Case of Woman,"
by Robert Grant, in the October Scrib-
Self-denial, is the one thing most
difficult to Inculcate and always hard to
practice, especially when there are
good things to eat within reach. But
there is no self-denial necessary if you
take Simmons' Liver Regulator. It
promotes digestion, prevents Dyspep-
isa and a dose after a hearty meal of
delicacies will prevent any discomfort.
It's the best good-night toddy.

Mi.nlllsrcn IUthbaO. a~

NighlnrMd Tolm.oo


FoB TH YEAB 1805.
Be it ordained by the City Council
of the City of Palatka Floda:
'That for the purpose of securing on
equal and uniform rate of taxation and
to pay the appropriations for the cur.
rent expenses of the city, anl for pay.
ing the expenseesof the F'ire and Water
depatment, there shall be levied
upon the real and personal property in
said city, a tax of (15) mill upon the
dollar, distributed as follows:
General Fund(, eleven (11) mills.
Fire and Water Fuud,four (4) mills,
Passe in open Council this 17ta day
of September, A. D. 1895.
President.Pro Ternom City Council.
Attest: R. H. Coos,. City Clerk.
Approved September 18th, 1886.
Mayor Pro Tem.




Tiokets on sale September 5 and 19,
and da'iv from September 15to Decem.- IMP
her 1I, 1805, iuclusive, limited to Jan 0
uary 7, 181)6.
$12.30. ut
Ticket. 'in Pal daily frnan September t'-!
15 to ece rolwr lt. inuclesivne; littaed MLOt
for return twentydays fromm date of

TIal e. t >:"*l/
e, / $8.03 ,,, ^:'

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. ofmpw.hA, bwt

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been a"le

is -scoal A
upn t blsaid
he system, there
foundation of the dk
k. My.*l.a M^. w.&eImawr F.1

doing its work. ThePits
have so much faith o* It t
era, that they oAer One d he
r for any ease tht it fade to 4W i
8end for list of teetlmonials. "
Address, F. CWa r& Co.,
a-4old by dggla, 7 1 j4 I

Moss WANTED.-Higbeatoah nri 0 .
paid for all moss. For fall partlnoul
address, Davies & Grieveson, Welaka
Moss factory, Welaka, Fla. novltf
A Greek girl offered gifts of fowdre
to Peitho that she might be fluent in s
speech and pleasant in.utterance.

The World's Pair To-,
showed moe bea I pow4.
so pa" or s go eIt la Is
ealaD power as the if yal
Two apples eaten uncooked at ea.h s
meal have been found to obre ddipe. 55u

Cocoa made for the Selk should ao
contain any milk. but bould be made
with hot water. "
DEN SEED just received and for saleo 13y ounf COmmif, .
a, S. E. Bond's. a th Me o ow te a edA

Thy friend bee a friend, and thy m L yso V.- O.t'
friend's friend hu a friend; be die. ooWW mo t
creet. Tw D NwAM. Opn a 8.Ae "ite. '.

By order of the Council the City Tax
Book for 1894 will be closed OCTOBEB
lST, 1895.
All parties owing City Taxes are
respectfully requested to come forward
and settldat once.
seo-lm City Collector.

The new woman will draw the line at
one thing. She will not insist upon a
bald head of her own.-iceago Poet.

Excursion I:sle,
at reduced rates to all Summer Reesots,
at Pzzx's Drug tore, oppoitte court

In Circuit Court, Fifth Judicial Circalt,
In and for Putnam County, Florida.
B. C. Lining & Co.
John T. Danforth.
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the isame at pubima auctionsat the froat dow p
Owe sousa houe..In said eseasy. etwssalb
logo hours ot Mei on the
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the"v aade his iol
hat (UM owi from Jacksonvtllo
6, free Palm Beaue to Ion.
ftoalved. Thalt W membhen of the
P-M bon ptnt, ilndiidally and
WIWI ly r teh their appreciation
of MU. aldd'8 preasne on l he
trip for whbk he was responsible, asd
t1teau thae hbe tendered W.
H. LM, g S ndpasengepr ageat
of th ee gtia Southern and Florida,
who ha alet1 been among us and who
haM been uut riogin his efforts on our
Btelved,' That our thanks are due
to the Cenn Railad of Georgia and
tr gener paener agent, Mr J.
0. ralt., wb so ably co-operated with
Mr. d and the Georgia South-
era and Alo a for this invasion of At-
lanta by the Iordis editors.
Resolved, '1at tweo ek hat a copy of
thee reolti ula be published in the
wlstapePr of the Stae anda copy do.
UVeled by | 0'ataI committee to be
appointed by the chairman of the
Ilaw to 4r. Macdonald, and be
Baes ol 3. 0. sle In avansnah and
to Mr. Luc"s astJacksonville.

Dsor ofe the t at e dmilutia dto
gO b a ompianywas ordered
St b m including a game-
eper from Am unaan, who wa
eid out r a d. The awgeant
lookup the a Su tomeelallwa
adr, when, to horror, he aw the
S ta-oinMta fit at da target.
bhl, the an to the sergeant
a11111Mataled tthe repue., and in
an atboritative vce demeded the
landing oft neh Ilsoonduaot, at the
ame time I deanil, the earker as a
fooL "I'msno ie aso u think,"
was the etort. the safest place
weel neWoh. l ms arked tor your
empsaay aoide"- Dundee Hews.

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'aeold enough
but th in l's
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t"Ospooa Vasa-

Vbsf the eM pr o The Graphb, the lead-
S hl page9 of Miami county. wriet
M e. 4*asMed wit fht e dlea.M
(t A1 rM. Msve palp ir tlo n boro
S el brath. toateer, with nek ao.
Miaeonuae, tmhat, a U"mu I wOla
mat the M e"ars 1 allzifht. We
ft a al disease th he ks t noe
whik thuwas ss omedr. I had reed
mr avertMemeit n The em phia san
er lasetresor strieduoeboattlio
wirhte aavted e tatM the 11 twe
mNItlan. Itookthmreboatleeakcho t
Heans Cae and Basseorttved KewvlMe ad
p JReampilteeely eaed M e X oW
well n Bight, my beea bmts regularly
I have no m oe mobnlag spells. I wish
to my to all who are uftering as I did;
thwe's relot untold fo them It they will
only give your $M aale w m trtl."

Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
Restores Health

For Florida Tisitors to Atlan' and
to Florida Newspapers.
All Florida visitors to Atlanta are in-
vitaed to make the West Florida depart-
ment their headquarters. A register
will be kept in which all Floridlaans vis-
iting Atlanta will be requested t reg-
laiter their names, their home postofflce,
their Atlanta city address and the date
of their expected departure from At-
lanta. All letters or telegram sent to
the care of the West Fl6rida exhibit
will receive careful attention and Flor.-
idlaus leaving home without a settled
address in Atlanta would do well to
have their friends aldress them to the
care of the West Florida exhibit, Agri-
cultural Building, Atlanta.
There were eleven arrivals at the
St. George yesterday.

Whmn hby s lick, o g wve her Cautlha.
Whae i was a ChId, she armed for Catorla.
when as become Mhe, beo lung to Caaota.
Wbhuen e had Chuldn., aie sae them OSeoa,.

Mrs. Martin, accompanied by her
daughter, Miss Annie, are visiting Mrs.
Geo. Miller in St. Augustine.,

Attention i called to the a vertlae-
went of P. J. BDeck, which will be
found In another column. Mr. Becks
has established In Palatka a factory for
the mana taotre of wagon and other
vehicles; also blacksmith work, home.
-o eto h" Rapleased e telMild
workmen emplqed, and ag4faotion
guaranteed. hve him a cll.
Demaend a step in chooalog a wife;
mount a step ln choosnlr a flend. ,0
I .

Heads ond Uhmk OeveMd with
leteos, nOd OGret
@e* Bletehee.


Lay Awoke Night aft. Night
SorstoMig lUtil eln atW ld.


\ 8peed" y Cured by
% UPI^^

htbod a *sues,
Itg $bk otbre g tw he'
peatshe" oo our pants.
On those pante oooe new and gloey,
Now of stripes of different hue
All because the debtors linger,
And don't pay up what is due.
Let usthen be up nod doing
Pay your bills, however speall-
Or, when autumn winds are singing
We shall have uo pants at Nll.
-Urunewick Call.
Noah and Wiley Hicks, white men
were shot by Governor Williams. a
"negro. at a negroe fair near Glen St.
Mary last Saturday n'ght. Noah Hicks
was instantly killed and Wiley was
badly wounded. Noah Hicks had
beaten a negro fur waking remarks
about white women a few days before.
The licka brothers and several other
white men went to the nerro festival
about 10 o'clock. The murdrerer s-
That Tired FeelUng
Is a common complaint and it is a dan-
gerous symptom. It means that the
system is debilitated because of impure
blood, and In this condition it is espe-
cially liable to attacks of disase.
Hood's Sareparilla ito the remedy for
this condition, and also for that weak-
neae which prevails at the change of
season, climate or life.
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HOOD's PILLs act easily, yet prompt.
ly and efficiently on the bowels and
liver. 9Wc.

Fresh Garden Seed
just received by S. E.
AU drugJists sell Dr. Miles' Nerveo Platrsm

Ageltm All Preeat.
"It paias me to report," aid the
chairman of the investigating commit-
tee, "that we have been grievously be-
trayed, gromly deceived."
"HowT' asked several members in
"I have sJut learned," explained the
chairman regretfully, "that there are
some members of this committee who
really wiah to investigate. "-Chilogo

"No." she answered.
As she stood therein the thickening
gloom he oocld not but reoet that she
was beautiful.
"No," she repeated, "you are wrong.
I do not give you the mi.rble heart. I
am a poor irL The beat I n give you
is the llmeetone heart."
Still, he thought, there was dignity
in poverty all Its own. -Detroit Tribune.

"Some Eoglish words are very mon-
"For instanoe?"
"Well, 'rowing' and growingg.' In
smne senteooes you can't tell whetherthe
it's boating or fglahting."
"Te, and the went is that in mame
match rae you don't tell eitherI"-
Chicago BOord

"I" thoegt youe aiS thia haoreyo
old me was an intelligent, reliable an-
"It is."
"Why, it tried to t over the feto"
every dtim it seesa girl in bloomenu."
"Ys; that's what dwso. it inteel-
onoe. "-Washingtom Star.
A U-- of M Wei
"Mow dent o A d pean nd that for
rum," maid the kind old ladyas de
handed a 10 ent pieWe to the tramp.
"No, massn I won't, I promise you,"
was the tramp's reply.
And h e didn't. Hewatd .avee.d
it in two beera.-omerville Journal

Oustomer (in a stimurat--Bring
one Welsh rabbit and an order of pig's
Walter (through sleUde)-One Tafy on
a dooruetMf Trilby fron the roow I
-Mow York World.

Mernit-Under the croumitanoee,
why don't you goweas and get a di- Bea If I hadadlvwee
I a he teol enou= h to mam y aray

no-Will you be a sidater to me, deaup
@ (surpm ed andi lndlpat)-Mo;
Nw-A, them, be my wife 1-etoh

fr Infants and Ohildren.

MOTHERS, Do You Know am '
W ,al Bxrose, oodfr dai, mu r seal lothneg 'riq., ad
moMdt am peodoetospe oa momrphMI
3. Tm Xam thet opi,-.-- marp,- Ie mpfg nDareom* oimas I
hl Axm ihen le monl omues ldmuais nam mt pemItted to mal ne Ms
3eWeIm m Wem 0 s w te A
SD To aKnme tha a seaMt mnt ps ws m maems.o b aim aVm I
umysm aorpm kysain amw oa win tI Is oaepoNd .
3. Tern law that Cutule ha pean vegetible pepaMge ls tm, a lit Me |
ifmgestu is pulled wit mery bottSle
3. Te- Knaew that0torim the pesrlpdamoof the fAtmous Dr. Samuel lSt*r.
Shas thb M lam Is m forty rt yean, sad hat mae CMito a s now sol
Sala other Nries 1 SoN e dUa eambied 1
De Te Ka*W th a te Mat Oa Dapartmnt otf mte Uted mistem, d ef
metbr ouatrles, hie"ed esaulve rI"ght toDr. aheber ead him amlSMs to use the wo
" Oaieas"aI at tg misa, and that to Imae aem i a lateo ptaom
Ao Ten Ensew nmat of the ream fort sgmada thim ovmimenipmtoe
bmausm etori ad bed prove to bh e~elIt1y hmnaleat
A A that U awmum e am of m smd fa
emtamer moses ads a
D9 Te- Knew tat whe poemmd f ths pufeMt pregamdm, your oblii eg
be topt w, ad that you may mhanv ubmeuat
W -le thee hIsm an wut knwmg. They se bA U

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A tO AL PUUNO v 1 1

h W, a swe d, who has
falp of beg il thehmwslt
ealt g eTo ty bautifl pot an irth! e
of midnight have tel1 b16 IOnnn to lo I J ." U S N holy i
of another day. About 8 o'd friends 1 apsa
a few nights ago it occurred to O'Ne l e letive.g la..m
that nature had some oClaime upon h~ py ejnn, Wb
of paramount importance with those atBdkses bof1 l4
his rench friend, and Just fw a bluff .n 1 I Y N ne iY pa
/be suddenly broke ad the onvatimiua, b a a Cney R ock ad t
which took place in the lobby Of the beaad L towes$
hotel in which the retired statesman whloh nutted P r
was staying, and said to the clerk in a the hapb e pir. 1a
load voice: a receput o ho held l ift
-," m ee to e train.ecause it Is not onlV the meet b eantful ot on r-tho w ne ot
The Frenchman moused himMl hr- with ts GRAN D WATER FALLS, PRB Y L c TLI some to e IpreW cth o u OaM ediV,.w I
riedly and departed, and with a hbart GLENS, TOWERING MOUNTAINS and MAGNIFIUENT ,extend coirl Mas. I was
rejoicing in the com oat his stra tem VrIEWS, but it is the most leasant place in the Mountains. ded ofre t
O'Neill sought his oucix aieh ddlpfetm
to ress it until the dinner be o Because it I not only the most beautiful spot on earth with its grand water hlsite deo ratiosl l IgYtpe amet 4
summon him to his day's trek, for he falls, pretty little glens, towering mountains and magnificent views, but a it lth e the happy faces t of Aa i es pdtieol A
had no inteDntion o leaving for sva most pleasant place in the mountains, an elect only solipsed by the- ftue,,
days to come. It is away from the noise and bustle of rail Roads. and is therefore, the best all united in wislal r the ua EON your
at his door around him from thb weet place to gain health and me real pleasure,.couple whom they a
trtOf his slumbers, and a familiar How do you get there from Atlanta, Ga., Norfolk, Vs., Wilmington, N. C., honor. After refrehment had been
voieh in the corridor was heard toe or'l termediate points? Parties going to Chimney Rock take the aboard Air served and an hour aspenrmt o pi
claim: Line Trains, which are the best equipped of any line of Road in the South. converse the guest departed, and MAt. OW to U
"Pardounes-moi, Meester O'Nell. The Seaboard Air Line carries Chimney Rock viastors to Rutherfordton, from and Mrs. Lybourne left on the soth
"et's nearly sees o'clok"- which point aconnectingline ofstages carries them over a splendid mountain bound train for Puata Gor, from 'adaw ,' t
"What's that to met Go awayO n road, through valleys, and by a beautiful river with its ever changing scenery. whence they will travel by s amero"'
me sleep." What HotelShahll IStop At? their future home, whish is situated "i
At this the pounding at the door be- By all means stop at the Nourtain View Inn, conducted Dy Mr. George P. on a beautiful island msoms distance Out AN CROP, U '.
came more violent than before. Horton and his estimable wife. The hotel is new, the furniture and fittings of from the above mentioned elay. TIb
"But you sed you wanted to geetoop the best, and the surroundings well kept. From the hotel is a grand view of groom was formerly one of the leading ROWTH, and eat Juicy go
to w ake you. (eet cop ee op, or y oU the most wonderful water falls in the United States, the famous Chimuey Rock, business men of the city of Gaine ville,
will meets e t-r-sin," and the pounding towering hundreds of feet into space. having been for several years at the NGAGED ah e thoe lROC IA w"i do
outieuodt.ON l Mrs. Horton is an estimablelady, making everyone feel at home as soon as head of one of the lading and most nE
It woAzionmetoremoustrate. O'Neill's they arrive. She Rives her personal attention to her house-work, and superin- prosperous mercantils establishments NJoTsat oly Td 4
French frieninsisted onor. making hen imex- tends the cooking department, which insures the most perfect cleanliness. The in that city, where he will be greatly
et up ind en the door. Thm the ex kitchen I l kept as clean and neat as the parlor under her management. Mr. mised in social as well as business AKE time and to AT ONCE to
lerk to call him in tintime for theearly Horton is a hustler and believes in having everything fixed to please his guests. circle.
train, but as he bad kept hima state the He has lawn tennis and croquet grounds, quoit pitching grounds, a marble The bride isa recognized belle of
slee thise.f ohevhnLntiethrattheearfy H rr te beiu onain cyt d to nlea n elUflts Iii RB
night h fore he feared that the clerk yard, [that is, a yard nicely graded, where the boys, men, and ladies can play this village, her charming manner ha-
might forget arid ccordingly had come the old, but ever new games of marble, "roll hole, knuckle down, &c"] He lag surrounded her with a wide circle
to the hotel to see that he did not over has swings, joggling boards, turning boards, and many amusements for the of friends, who unite in saying that IsB D
"Yon turned old muttonbead "ex- children. Htlehn rustic seats overthe beautiful grounds. wherheN d l w pesec "anh e xl ie SONVdLlb c a.ts a vd
claimed the Miasourian. "Don't you visitors find a place where they can get the comforts an pleasures that they our social circle that will be hard if not JAC sO*VILLE FL.0
know that I left that order just to get do at Mr. Horton's hotel. impossible to fill. A a in th O1 P.
rid of you, because I wanted to go to But Is Not The Price Too High? To Mr. and Mrs. Levbourne the earn- ., Andob n.'"'
bedand getsome leep? Don't know Not It Is really a puzzfto the visitors how Mr. Horton furnishes the excellent eat wish of their numerous friends is for CASH WITH RD ...
"Blo?" exclaimed the Frenchman. fare and the amusements to the visitors that he does for the small charges. extended for a life in which only hap- .
"BloIf, NMester O'Neill?" Some of his visitors have insisted on paving him more, and this is the reverse pines is known, and my the sea of
"Ye, blufI repeated O'NeilL of most cases, for it s usual to have visitors growl at high rates. He only lifetothem be a tranquil as a sum. W A
Sonf. -P rel W y oel den t, de. mar nigh turned by adversity, "
m ot Why you not tell me n t," de- charges seven dollars per week, or twenty four dollars for a full calendar mr n it ns ty, A
maded his friend, and woot not h~ ~o FL., Sept.289
comYe? -Washington Post. This is valuable information to me, and a number of my friends who are go.
-An a lena*ing to take a vacation this summer, and I am certainly under obligations to you 17D you want a gocd Mattress? yDEALER -
A young teno was admitted toa hear- and will see you during July aed .August at Mr. Horton's. Iy the way how If so, buy one direct trom the menu.
ing at one of our first lyrical theaters in fariIt from heville? facturers and save 50 per cent. Write
or fourth note the manager stopped Only twenty miles. A three hours drive with a good span of horses will take r s of their fine Mossl air Mat
him. "Ther,, that will do," he said; you to, or from the beautiful mountain city, and to Vanderbilt's elegant tress Factory, Welas, Fla. JalO.f
"leave me your address. I will bear yon summer home. In fact, it is said that Vanderbilt is going to have a cottagetP ,. ,
in mind in case of emergency. built at a point near Chimney Rock. As to all these points you can write Mr. So Maud has a tle at last, saidli
"But what do you call is cane of George P. Horton, Chimney MockN. C. the dear girl in pink. "Yes, but it's
Well, surge in g my theater got ncy? By-the-way, a party of prominent editors visited the place and selected the a second-hand one." replied the dear
fire" location as to the best place to build an Editorial Club House, and they wrote gill in blue. "How so?" The noble-
",h?" many words of praise concerning the place and section. I will quote from the man she married was a widower."- Brick. Li e. Cement. PlaN t
Yes; I should engage youto sng following papers: Chicago Pos t.Ora Boxes ran
out: 'Fire I ie I' "-Semaine Fran.- R IO ADB ER Th v't Reports
"Here with lofty mountains on each side the most picturesque scenery east Tho U v't Re s
lIs .' of the Rockies, we, a party of o~ have metto me for ourselves andto tell show Royal Bakn Powder Dry Cypress d Pine h W i r
"-eaw-observethereisafinecoll the world something of the real gran ur and sublimity. It iis a revelation, p Or to t s Pne Sdes and ew ve

Mi "DaiyBosidlipper. *"The shades of might were we drew near ourdetination. The ar ofmbthees for their d
I'mv eryfo f pla t ms evto hunin te skyaswe rounded Chimney Boek. At our rightwase In t' P016er i==I w etsidotheste

her n Do yo know the n Oldaldynder whose gi ic cliffs we significant mortals were weeping iftens the Us, alloys a nUllttI t
talng. The river sang av vine tsp o and e it o emedte If nature was o ffertting cs aIsn
"I think I an name t.It 'the shis- her ev peT ton there tor. *he vaew from te Chimney Bockis I smplo Intl loh o
Sisn'tk i 1 al preiionu qiIred nlIe' I O.......... D,,IFOR OSPRATCTYH.1AR OIlo
bo to rtiee od- hiao]1. T ibna. suTerb I utt m bsuel est tOdbe the beautIol f tnhois eginer. Therenl s I e el S ol .
I D L B d. fore yoa d p urisquel. avlhcent w e dr arsorurd muh.rtuon. ao by BM oitr & otSWART
e sbloomere Is light their "Mr inlwvery tmdrw'sSolingo n hO the kyadNwI mu e .u o d por. wth IPbe
Wlelanterms," o thed young oler o "It was up hill and down dale now in the valley shut in by high hills, and take no other kind.oth
t eon Is terdskir O,' nd l eg i rng, wo.deat o skirting the brow ofu a part .p4e hundreds of feet above the plain beneath. .. ..-Hands me It 0 40" 1 A lts W PU W ilt
olan h ot ot t he, d tThe country between Rutberfordton and Ashevillet s beautiful,o of phroer
their iatc sin the w oay a man does." ouls and h appy. We stood upon the summit of the rugged and pictures-
e me te sa oA dquo Chin in and p d abroad for l sity miles, the eye s taking in almost at o0n E
k a a the l of h e bglance the peaks oahund re m ls us. The views is simple
Won0,A ME'' A Precision squired onlyR M DISPAT .
n ebun Theres not a miming element in this beautiful mowlain scenery. There
o nt"a T .s erion of grand viewwsaallsway forl ins. auage can do.
yo i cloves ictthegrandeurtofothei 1600eney1all the route. "Te BroadRivercertain
Y Dou? "um hidnkg H.rol d o ove s p ctureque as the famed 8wauoano; and larger and much more turbo.oL4 b '
thar hemuhe moreLentru odby BU e krM WART
e esmran of it," replied eptlaioi f th eent." at -o ofi UW,*,,*.
plains.uslyItHisrnlyka fewears suNs manfirsttstoo.aupon.thK
wektm~o we m :y. ;lr"At everytw turChmn" ok -therowAsw W meup hed, the mountains ut"old, panoram THE IMPI VED
r'lke"didnplanirtIngtwildhgrdeuralmosttadyet fosiatinn the extreme. Peak IM ..
te has ,to al o"an"a-grad e orgos n. .." .-I I
WYtimehiscome@tomnwl"--W h oldthe pschdiot the valley,band defying the at* oo!he cityvr a idersos rt al il: 1"111
lnot tkslaind. eb* r It if only arfewyer ne emanl f irthseah uponthe summit of of ab-
r G a e.h Am st y R o k T h e o uh io otn euwi l l c u pr b b e y o nda d lle e to o in. "nd i g o

SO tlS'*9I1U

ah1- V1 Mth, ei M voed ont a
.tUi oelewtil tand 4? a ft follows:
nl~lW allt uthi 8186 G yeno lVitofISles ated
SMtMto sd ad that with th er a Conal Meyer
Sto' a a wa ea la anwen last from
0w= 11f s V al nrdeeesec,. Oon
RawK ri*UW yaBped b PoUwakRlse died av fet.
t M lah Was 800 nyearold pafessr & Baiey for many yea
ti 0ith ll we do not kdow, but saetoeowdqh of Wthe ipairmen ofc
e Ode ty aMe yere tbal peated as we asrioutueand d wll haown among
Ite th me om ead been bn bra. In solentiem ta this country and Buope,
b le ilrtUmth verse God said toooah head biig tshe ourbtoMe with encb
AU 7W M ,M", tthat the end of all lb had come. In fore that's skull was fractured. His
f---r the frtenth vee the order came to hurs Redhisu dea In a few
SWthe i Ias htale--N me an ark. Now, It Is certain that eota eitble meaM, and since here-
We *wiall ast lIeat weMn No1h was 000 years old the ark sined1 o"e had lived la the sub rbs
,t oo plated and Noah and his fhart- WaWhlsuto.
'ier itl, lth li* t it, and it Is not reasonable to oDID Qo EVER
sp -- ----at No* h ee menoed the Try Eleotric Bitters as a remedy for
-t t ark before he was com. your trouble? If not, t a bottle now
IM I t *ohn. -- vs m st and egt relief. This medicine has been
wbeu b reu o* S ."tSl. I yearL" foundd to be popularly adapted to the
SMothat the ark wats someOyear relief and are of al female com-
K 'cbit Iwo I"e OW t In building than even 100 plaints, exertin a wonderful direct
s-' u f .. e os ugi "less 190 yeas; butmany Influeuein giving streongh and tone
ib6ae--ders tuink that somewhere in to the organ.. you have Los of
t .t is sh'9wn that t Noah Appetite, Constipation, Headache,
M eth s t l shown that Noahinting Spells, or are Nervoue. Sleep.
Bi^Z' t' MM A N' wi"as 1 ye building the ark, and less Excitable, Melaucholy or trou-
J'Lt, -. ahcm oe quote 1 Peter, -18, which reads, bled with Dizzly Spella, Electric Biuers
t, No i- sst *l hath one ntered for Is the medicine you need. Health aa4

0,1 49 might al s u to Got, being put to man & Stewart's Drug Store.
". ..""sW deoth o the f'*lea hbut rquickned by
theahalsohpRolliil ahshert d
l,~b~astt k a. hk eeta.ue eedbeieut,when U
B AA 4iS no ane the loag-sueting of God wasted WINTEB PAIK, LA.
^Z .'t to. ia w-. n..o th dadot Nahk, whale the abk wa As CooL o. n 1 T 61 TGRAD for

Mfi heu f lshet fdooi that God was. bearing with..i I rL and t u at lM
t b is roel the UI oeh thewe wicked men before the flood, timi oMa ui a t,
.IMM OL mdi US Um Nosh 'se .. w-. Ao"d i'*""**
*op sadl the time Lwea. while Christ, who wae with the Father
I --ad Xh did knrom the beginning of the world and
Sbe w was m rihtous mpressirange- Growers,,
tU8. mant b ad matne t h oe some who sometime w"
fit. (en.i:96-). tis beobedlt, and may be at times im. ATTENTION I
i A eh e W i a ....&A with wicked I m able to fomihb you with BUD.
I d bu- d WOeth N the a*Mee "of the spirit WOOD of the flowing vrlefei:
'of c(rt .oere the lea sfferlna of Lisboun Bueka Lemon; Jata Ma-
'.' tdfully waited faothem to JOM aora i en8Mio.ll, kats
.. e h or Bby Bl, 1 Mihu, Hrt'

S i..... .b ut o ..s h.1 fbssort, Ther Sr all varlettrs at $10

ays th tthe oena o Ita o the cripturm that limits Cash o monevr orler must come with
I14...10& ce~. Buat the word says. I order. P. U. address,
the daysat Molh, "fio might any heto. 0 1. WILTTTE,
S, Tse T. It y be l tim aay that ngsland bed a war with 1,S- BRvermle. Oallfdrnla.
e thtphany bible readers th UhIItd States n the days of Geo.
B w -with mthis-lens Wastington, which, though tra..wonuli
m-iyK-r-e5--,- .od t aking smpltksttbewarwnsgoi..fOull

*m a nd ... t t SPhIb work t oan t lrk wu afooiti Ct 1
%a- that t-he o--- *-- we (-a dl .L te dlIn. hee cts bi pa 1s tact the scriptures doei not
Bm ys andhe msoftsaicAlotm the number ot years that totee
"104nd1- 0r wat4 a ie boildlng. It might not have 0) IL
)#M7,-6 b-l tbees M py Ine for all hesthat the bible
W tells Mto regad to it, but it clear that
wB telof hm d'thP I&ral w 'W th loeg aAterlAg of God, Chrit
rudelwa ercthsaiid pren t to the spirits I prison Bnd
A"ondZ",and S'itdsldblking of theark was golagon M
H, the fallacy of Mr. Itger-
of s -uMenWaw, hen umberWe my that theip ____-_

wailth i yesbl t Oui butlingg no that
*4 building al tel, was tino ______

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he mal


or 3 Million, 494 Thasand,
7 Hadred glaesse, suoifent to
vy eUr ma, woman ad
ehld in tha Uuited $tates, ave
lameseeeh--Did you get yous?
Th whole fmily will tajo it
A as ant packae makes -
o. SlWwewywhre. e
only by
NThe a Ia. L um Ca., Pbtlda.

Mkort Line between Plorid sa d all Northern Points.

Pwaltt, oi1m, AlstaI O luttt n.hfaO. LouHitill, Clnnln, flo hoCh .
at, m, alaa, Holy BprlaNMMpu, Rioc. K.a a City, tst.a oluog
IUwr Juaotde, PnUeaool. Mobile, Tw Oreas., Tue. MueoxiCatrorlnits an Panld o OMa.
sfDOTIVg JULY *' 19j.

Leave Jacksonville 7 :30 a. m. & 6.20 p m
daily, with Through Sleepers fori
et. Savannah. Columbia, Waahingtoa, Bi.
timor, Phila4 l, New York, Boston and all
Sasterns points. Arrive Jacksonville 10JO a mn.,
Leave Jacksenville 9.50 a. m.1
For Lake City. Live Oak, Madison, Mosticello,
Tallahassee. River Junction, Penssools, Mobie,
New Orleans,
sad the Southwest, Mexico, Califorals and the
Pacific oast. Carries Slteper. Arrive Jsak-
onvillsl8.00 am.
Leave Jacksonvlle 9.50 a. m.
For Starke, Hawthorne, Silver Springs, Oasis
Gainesville, cdar Ky, Wildwood, Lobu,
TavaesM, Apopu Orl ado, Laooodbas Dade CIOI
Plmt Ctv, pa. Arri'veJacksonalleSJbp. m.
*Leave Jaokeonvle 6.20 .- m.
Via naoon, Atlant, Chattanooga.
Connets rfor Nashville, Loleville, Chi-
cag nd all points North and West. Arrive
Jaksonvllle 10.30 a.m.
Hoti springs Route-ST LOUIS, KANSAS

LBAVXJAcKnXVILLU 6.10 p. via Macon, Atita, nirminghaim, Holly 8prilng
emaphls, na d,d Kanas Uty, I i. Loll, Cbiukgo, Sloux City. SIepers to Aanta anti
taeetot8f.ALo rris,. Arives is JksonviHe iO. a. nm.
6.00 p. m. -Local for Tallslasme ad intermediate points. Arrive Jacksonville t.O p. m.
0 .0 D' P..-For Tainpa sand Intermedite points. Pullman Sleepers. Arrive Jacksonvills
For enusomormtile, Sparnuba and Ashevill leave Jacksonville daily at 6.20 p. m.
For MACON and AT'1.ANTA TWO TRAINS DAILY. Loave Jacksonville 7.0 a.m. and 6.30 p.m
Pullman Bleepers on all Night Trains.
end for Best Indexed Township Map of lorida to

A. O.* MACDOINLL, Gan. PIas Ast







L Wrift for puiles
l~s ~AZLaZU3


given mluam ie
rnaMltd wlU eome to Bayk
Gergia Buuihera and Florida Ball-
road, where they wilt be met by teau
to convey them to Harlem. We wil
meet the no-th-boundtrain on Wed-
nesday p. In., and the .nuth-bounud
train Thursday a. m. After then no
trains will be iet.
ina. JiMtIKs 0 MINTON,
A Household Treasur
D. W. Fuller, of Canajoharie, N. Y.,
says that be always keeps Dr. King's
New Discovery in the house, and his
family has always found the very best
results follow it use; that he would
not be without it, if procurable. G. A.
Dykeman, Druggist, Catskill, N. Y.,
saye that Dr. Kig's New Discovery Is
undoubtedly the beat Cough Remedy;
that he has used It in his family for
eight years, and it has never failed to
do all that is claimed for It. Why not
try a remedy so long tried and treated?
Trial bottles free at Ackerman & dtiew-
art's Drug Store. Regular size 50c and
Cheap Bates Over the G. 8. & F.
The G. S. & F. Railroad will ual
Tickets Palatka to White Springs and
return, for five or more on one ticket
at the rate of $1 per capital. Tickets
to be sold, oommenoing Friday, Jane
291t, 1809. and on eaoh Friday, Satur
day and Sunday until further ad-
vised; limit good returning until the
Tuesday next following date of sale.
Also, Round Trip tickets to all
Summer Resort,, good returning Oo-
tober let, 18.
K. J. CHANCE, Agent,
Union Depot. Palatka.

Quickly eures Coughs and Colds
Peek's drug store, corner Second and
Lemon streets.
The World's Fair To-:
showed no baklng powd..
so p.'w or so great In lesv-
enins power is the Royal.
She: "It will be a pleasure to me to
share your troubles." He: "But I
haven't any." She: "Oh, you will
have when we are warried."-Tit-Bits.
The Beaoh aI Miller Line.
Hereafter the steamer Oreoscent will
connect at Palatka with steamer Star
for passengers and freight, south-
bound, Tuerdays and Fridaye.
The north bound connectlgns at Pa-
lant wil 1 be the eame as heretofore-
Mondays. Wednesday and Snturays,
arriving In Jaeksonville about 4:30
p f. F. F. RHOADi, Agent.


W.S. ru~z ROITON. TiMS. Massier.


of CoSt

cents. GOtapeekafetodapt BI eure it l li gimni.' Look I
Sdkeoy twins-the nde mark the sole manu etnrsj.-
iAM 6 eW.r.ouoe, SW Yox. TBon, PmILAU .LPIA.


"s mm a i enin tsthe caetaw
emh4"e .l1 o Whis or pore cud UN

0 bWshole geod meN, so asbay, j
ie s4et ofa eaos, to he ue 1an0

emtfo thmae deoe a fel heaen
ek laed 'mnthe He sd thabehi
atm be Is M fafor 4*0 oiri mdtode
Uddesewves bl,-lhi.ta. aIt u he h,

eia potatoes, banb rime, en
enou. h for two r e oup ti .i
alBt "W"tablebot I% MnlI -f u
std a Iapleft* WA hne. piM e

glWbato r, and 4e1te1entet thtb W li
nalehfi00bushek o *stoos, &H wMli
e haid has, Om bibag Bo inan
Af.. J. JM odywhok hm moon oem
imthMMenuthie any otder me at this
ualmt, h m ade go* od crop of Inish
toatom, roi, *oI.
What hanr I bon doung all this
SInfre ft.o the remIark oof J. ti
Ast week's Tnmw-HnALD that he 1K
ot much in favor of oar misslo y
adheres In China. Now, If s he ears,
1be iChin e ligie D of today is the
same s that of thousands of years ago,
how can we expect that they will ever
n and of themselves work up to our
standard of intelligence, refinement
nd goodness. No, if they will not
yield to our gentle entreaty through
ear mislonanere then we must and will
asm It down their throats a the point
ofit the bayonet or the gud'is mouth; be.
aides what an we to d with ouro mt-
elonaree, of which we have a great
boel? They must be provided for in
their calling. They can't work for a
Ilylg like J. F. and I, nor can we rel.
Pates them to their own reources.
There I nothing here for them to do,
tor we us nation haed reached the
acme of perfection. I believe there is
nothing within the somon phase of
human life between and including the
highest type of wealth, Intelligence and
element, and the lowets type of
poverty, crime and delradation which
we can't represent in Its parity. Three
ie no country on the globe where one
an so easily evade the payment of an
honest debt or be shielded in crime by
S the law.
I had a poem nearly ready for the
press, but after reading the last Tix-ze.
NXRALD my poem went into the stove.
Spring out. I am not In It. J. B.
Dr. Prik'I CreasestakegPowder
Wer's Palir NUmbset sm eI Msee

crres pondoo. m aB .
1. HAtxx, *eptember 35.
We would lib to a more ad il
TOrw mper, Mr. Rltor, about our part
of Putnam county. We arealldoing
vWl.' We have plenty of hog and
Ibomby and potatoa, which bi good
enough for any one.,
SW rn pleased tows oW old beloved
J. A. Mosely here with ues again. Re le
looking well.
Mr. J.'B. Minton has sold to a Mr.
MfcBse a fne tract of land.
Bohannon Bros. have built an adail.
6lion to their work shop, and made
preat Improtenent to their place of
The little shild of Mr. and Mrs. T.
Bobannon was bored In the Pro*l.
S* dene BapUtt Charc Cemetery on the
A LM J. BarTs baa left Baner.

W9 lea that Mr. MeUBa be rented
r. I hmauumss's p9sa1, and will
lomtag6W se&oUMrNep I.L
Wehtre i ltyDofO good land bee.
I aqyo4me eewaSn to eome we wll
Ssaktthem right. W No.
anIo eb \a thoo their e toa of
sBede bparWill eeed M oeee of all
*S. ther jM saMathe for

at eT AIlr, wa an


W UM tbiw.lim -iavt iksteur
, Met jvu Wog t" h Vll
, tobooandyrew leoahoe.Ihosv
*taltdiee thre pb0 f4, 6M oir
t. b aei eppey tria ta ihe m
a lovu m r. Ourgrsoea are a dea
m I ast am I am On clarity, ao-i
st:om d Jo SA& spotley'
ta, n la wlatha. IV u-phy'iI
I 5you oltewb d4 U owiplnI aia
W ou maMlled to Wave hom to Kiv
S to he mWOle*"e, -e ham M

kt fam 4 a s ifm .e I*ht"
r ienwh yowareyuae I did adW

BOI wthiyoumldaetouIdMa.
a *i yt Ire m ple. Afterwod p oW
I bmem lied poa 4dlWn 01M 1nbi.
. I1as qmpd to elldoota1a0 d ou
of my lRew to Ianr malse ual dss
OR ao nrtat of t der anmds p pem Nm
I went to J su wlUeIB h I. IM,
to aitPyrmur twrnhose.t I Aeeivd
a leter tfrem Iyo t. Adeasn Jhe,

r911. fo dd h p ors the o asg
'P6eak said atbel reweed at r lue
thsrosua It oh. auhe pow. Mteis
yeitnamie wer u straed yotm iet
Sha km toal to relmtWepon rst aiMai

seandherYiohusInd. wasi
MeTsaf aMs with Iou. 1d=d
write tt aeir lett ersha kln them
toend for the money you sent a
neo@ 'M, but your nephew's wifb hu
persuaded him to beep ,he screm tof
yoar wMhereabout, ad there Is no way
to break up this wicked Intrigue but
ab h t he pubil pmpro. If this
hootd mt your note plaswreleTve
us at once a w are in great ditress.
Your loving wife,
i. A. TdOIx.
State papers pleae copy.
Carn of ThbpkL.
The ladsof St. Mark's OGlld do
sIre to return their thanks to thBe.e
City Gihws for the une of their Armo-
ry for th. performance of the tennsl
drill, to the ixteea young ladlis who
o graeefuly prfkamed the same., to
Mr. Mitaohell, KM1 MaK|g., Messs.
Peek and Hegereld forloeal mmmln ,
Mrs. W. I. Haugbtca and Kim
Whitalosa for lIstraments' susio. to
Kajor W. K. Datgtc to or the eoel-
lent drilling of the young ladles. to
the Advertiser. Also to Dr. Geo. 3.
Bawes for the excellent mumc reN.
deoad by him on the violin, and to
Prof. J. G. Pine for the exquisite and
lely comet &olo rendered by him,
muooees ofentertgaimet.


tremble 'of

T r your momey Irettured.
The Peorth Battallon Band Junior
will gie an open air conO la the
hammock as next Friday nht. Be
freshments will be eard and I an en
joyable tmse is promised. All Iarited.
S'IFor Str"etly Reliable Garden
Seed, go to B. & Neek's. He Is In re-
oelpt of a flne lie of Landreth's cele-
brated garden eed.

Houses of all kinds
to Rent or for sale.
Thos. H. Keating.
Lemon Street.
IW bar a. aM wih Bea MoIW lsaen Ik
The 0. S. & F. will
Inaugurate Pu II 1m an
Service between Pa-
latka and'Atlanta on
19th Instant, without
GARDWN l) just roeeired by .
8. Nzcx, the Lemon Street Grocer.

leor Colic, COamp, Che Morbu and all
iummer Complaint4 there i no cure equal to
Paln-Killer. Get a bottle to-day. Keep it con-
tantly on hand, for tiere no kind d i r
fche-intef'nal or etenal-that

Pain- Killer
will not relieve. Accept no imitation or subatitnut,
Genuine has Pa DAVIS & SoN on bottle. The
quantity haa been doubled, but the price is still aW.

under tomeI
JjA. 04k!M


lifesp" wl

I O rtg llf Nl R *ii Pro-

acrred by Ioctpfs.

SA LeUg, Bflsat Deeewd

R Bemarkeble Camur

Ner-slula and rheumatoaem-o dI.
credn o tuger Incuable.
hlonlaa tosoday eot rid of rhenw
aiU 4 1 andneralgia, a they do sleep.
naeneml, melanoiehlly, hysteria and
6ote rmeflta of neroONs axhanuston, by
building up the sytem ad eapportin
Its delicate nerve parts by the se of
Paine's celery compound.
Paine' celery compound attacks the
disease by getting the system back to
Its properly nourasbed condition. It
tands alone In the hbito of medicne.
I a oerta laspeio fo the oure, not
only ofrteumatism, bat amo of all dw
*eas due to impoerished nerves and
The eloe connection of well-fed
nerve and brain with health, is the
solid rook unod which P e celery
compound mtand. The housends of
ien a d woman all over the country
who bea been poured of roeusatim
once and forall, by Paine'seolery om.
podHo1-IgaCadood anl tthat te
mdleal trate tral edltted for t.

=p* ht nerom dety,
need so proof today In thousands of
hoolme. N
Thellstoftheo" It hak freed from
rheumatem is a lomg one. It contains
a boat of well known mea and women
at hoae and abroad. Every city and
town in the Uned States and Canada
Is reptesaented.
Paine's oelery compound was drst
pre d by Prof. Edward E. Fhelps,
M.D., LL. D., of Dartmouth college.
Bver sinte first appearance it ha.
been the one recognized nerve and
brain Invigorator among medical men.
Its constant use by phbyiioans, where 4
an aotivq neutriment urgently needed t
speaks volumes for its elilcacy in di-
ease of nervous origin.
Strength, buoyant spirit and free.-
dom from pain comes with its use.
The earliest known attelapt at an zx.
planato the rainbow was made by a
saiste. It alon e line of
odem soienlo investigation.
GARsD N, Jout received by L.
. N ox, the Lemon Street Grocer.

of IMUI DRfI '6001 ever
show in Palatkh, and PUss AWAY
Cl and Peffr have e Into busil
ieOa. Teyr will sell wind to the high.
oet bWda-k Ausdae Preess."
The U. & aov't Reports
SuwmR aqwA wft o Pwder o'
apeirtdr eiMl ethw o
0 '% LSNO K, thM Lemon stre I M
wooer, ha just revived a fne lot of
4,aXussBi4 GAswt Ir
ls. l"vhima fteall.

F1, n Seed

....., W

,a gelieg -

mam, we ar eat toest*
meat. Yu miht have eau

th yawin pve."
"Okyete;~lni HiceaS-m.i
wa reading In the paper theotherdsp1
about how many people
thoeirarms and legs and neats. YTop
think yo need the Deleate movessaM
do yout"
"I don't think Banthing about i1 ]
Ikow 1it' hotly emdaed IM. Dower
yoAbwaMtto it md ad dl fert
want dfa e lte n mas camel s
loit eath a I Ia oaAg cMi
The J~kate movement e th le
IandBmoBaB.otelstp ad a.M.f I
pmitthe ban to bcat aw (j6te

whole houe dowll" amiatled.
Boweraes ahed endeoernssel ids I
o"twi t yttibayl I omeM abo
otell oor honlas play baell
dolt! T IeMs dea ms a

"fne, e'diloated Mr. Bowser
i h jumped forward end le with his
ibowe bhow muoh you iow abnou
anatoIy! In delwerih8 ai er out *
ol ao the nek, sholdar, arm and l.

"lgd, but itf he want to die let
her dief" growled Mr. owser as be
bdopped hi suspender of his iouldeie
to give hia ara maon play. "oAnyby
with the sam of a canary knows that
yon must have exerciseM s hsep yonr
health. Haeeam In the primed ils
md yet I'm opshouldaed, hnobied ke
mnd a week as a"-
Be had been fonlowing the balon
Ibot and puhinat It A riJhtWand
CSwith mlad the b ab1 ng e ea t e ad
WHtdoCwn asgkmal* chfaybne

w Nth I WheB I want yeou I'l
Omhk on Uns.doar.p
Mrs Doweer treated, aI he alh-
red fp orthe atedadi t bhie
lobe and k ed them a eha is
Id oarf to lawrk .
I d M u .who old Dearthe wM, Bh

o orak a I aMieg
evetarted a moIt better ale.
dated to brain e out al ba"-
hi st but iht dewanstaohd l e
bars a vIgorouwls Mr.n hat Mrs Bowb
r'pead appene-ed to vtew abin, abd
ihe iemudeda
"AMe yes gue towekthkwhonle
aime. BMr. ewma" ,
.Who wkmeding a tklns I tk
'veai ht to mo6 amo. i wa
bewa aCo u awele 0@31

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