Group Title: Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)
Title: The times-herald
ALL ISSUES CITATION DOWNLOADS THUMBNAILS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086614/00099
 Material Information
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: October 11, 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 )
 Notes
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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00086614
Volume ID: VID00099
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
 Related Items
Preceded by: Palatka weekly times
Preceded by: Palatka herald
Succeeded by: Palatka times-herald

Downloads
Full Text




















- ,Iw-
-Nc~


ji~


'V


-v..
I-



I.

~


rn*



~.,p.,


Ole


OURT


S SPRING and SUMMER


'-4,


CLOTHING


BEGIN TO COME IN MEANWHILE-WE:WILL



SELL ALL HEAVY WEIGHT.CLOTHING



AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS




AT COST



_.ot 'OW RECEIVING A FUId.. 'tN

. R
::, ~ ~ f L... .. AM..L ,..


Iyr LAVIlTI


ans, bulwat leeh nomb n me
nvetuulwy, juset labe isa He Hm = 1s
and everyone shmftmdI** e cd1 4
Mons Liver 8sdator.
Be.suft "a g~t It.The Red Z
to on the wsappr. .J. IL Sill.
Co. t, Phbb6hI
Mest od UnalaslmeLetters
Remaming In the Poet-Ub1oe, at ft.
lats. Pis, or the week ending Oct.
GEMe' LIMT
UlvrmtW Brown, I

LADNU' WT.


Personuscalli fo rthe above ltett
wll pIese saI "Avn u D."
W. f. AuMMIM. P. M.
On a recant vsito te monwtalaIof
orth Geornia by oni of ow ebisens
he 0ad I one litamOeo whom plow.
log was done without the *Ir of man,
itam, hore or steel. fur harther ton
forstion we oer oa to OCa. T. 0.
flutoer,
Detb of .AQr hd.
Majoror r id, *he aotoie. yar
pelJuar ,bl, tO lorids, ad who his
for We pet year adue I hiau It
Plltka, died Tu esday iht, at his
residence on t street. H leave a
wife and one ehild to mourn ble loss,
wIth whom TaU TutanHanAa o-.
pr deop pthy.
M or W as at on time ery
we ,and is a eIs -seer of the
] nl S. twsma l*of
Isat red i *M esIth49qad h.s li0
WON a 0" i.


*a f 16


Vtaul Ot~i Tea dUay meal
fabil16 0o'eloek,ad when lf thi
vUa s wa argeat over the matter fesed the
piloneras that ofid said, thrne
was not solotent evidence to Oonylbt
bim of the charge.
Very polnt In law was brought out
on both 1des, whkb accounted for thbe
length of the trial. Objections to cer-
tain questions put to witnesses were
numronua,eomemea successful, some.
Umes not.
Cat. V. Mount, formerly of this
city but now of St. AugustIUe, was cir-
culating among hie many friends in
Palatkia on T ed. We MAheowledge
a pleasat 1ll fro jlMm.
Pazsunr uaAx CaUvac.- Servloes
will be hold ina this hbarch seit Sun-
day; praouinag by ReV. Dr. McGregor.
Lowe A o* w or Bts"s iba Bno
eqeal o remeAdy ir Cogh.s, oMd,
Ifluteml, Bresesoll and all disease
of dhe ea4 a Lmnw MWade eo r
heMl. DpoW *&O, 0lmos, K&

Jolta OoppS, t iteher wbi broke
bhi Ti. hile'ckat.-l and amnr
of be Ml. we Mseat to Alht TUns .
day, having amloeamy e ooeed to be
otof danger. W. B. Bobbims ecom.
peated him.
The oy r upper lvn by the ladles
of the Prebyteru harcbh we a splen-
did eucso In every w. Quite lnice
a was rellsed. To ad to the pleas-
urn oif the venlno, the ladies em-
ployed the I Perfito quartet, and
t' dl uT *on w eyJed, Ivtin stae-
aeney to qtain muy (thO ira-u.
TYou eanot be wll unalessyurblood
is pre. 'Therfor puan y your blood
wih the bet blood peuafir, Hoodl'

4.,7ahIe, who
4"&hNOS" for the sure


We are

halving reeuy km
will make u aone the o g-
et military or tIhe ite.
Captain deMo s IS eruwae
to make company af a.e the y
will be proud, dI this dIretleB bhl
strenuous eorts ehodm be onem
mended. The speoal oMittee wht
was a poinlad for nr e ha uso
made blood proree.
A P1lausat Part.
On Wednesday .ft*a X MAe
Gm Jackson entertdaed aa IV
a r of hoI k leads %& t
occasion of bhis ix birthdAyd. it di
a*d oss Masy tho t B a11 ew foU&t
and some larr one had ageed
Elelat rfreembses e were
and J04Ja okson twe
c comfort of the a.
prnesst were

Don't forget that
BOND has a big tok
of SHOES and -Iit
them chap. .
THi TunuH iLtod oitt
tlon to Mle Mar yIltgo nd
Cbritle MYe "or a bidl rmem-
feI Nhe" W some delous
oake, aeut to just as we go te ies.
We ave not yet had an ,ypar-ltyto
test the flavor Ad quItelm, bit flle
eft In soyin, jdifro pt
Ieotouof0 or u414 1IU. tAlt w7wf
be'otlifled.
Death O Mr. L. Wqls.
Mr. 8. J. WeI, o
contV's oldest as t1
whfrom 4t r.


may a wth isi
-' *H'- ^ ~ ^K~B9^H

vb~usAi ^^*^ZE


air 4.M


Yaw






. .



caleo dw yO'Srws
dr iea

Sol Ic a

la U So r ...e ...s


s-I


a!. r~.A


AUNIVF 01


xi


'! ^
.^^^










, >'i;1:.


S IW is b Mowing do
Sief thatet Nimble doMt1h W
md be oblWd to tie hi We
td h ds.kli hsnterekem" i M1
% r M dk mbowles h 1
o qwq heeondog and adllpsifh.
fortuoastaly Nimble p ie*n
SaapeballyUTwhoois n ptiso
SV ,0 as Browele In
e Mh stressed' beautiful
plates. This sai at trenjolt 1
atW Boke Sith I to P
et al Nnlmble; k I
it i f oa m se W te s
mewegatheriug as Niub, but
be the depebdeace that e.
3Mr. Frank Reeder, of ,WlUL m
u as it week for a t hett Twt ie t."
Loaraed and esprnad kIe a
imbeh ptlemed with wbath k io o
Ild, though she MabOt lOw qIn!t
halt so 3eauiful soe) to vlM
ehe did before hr grov
down.
And that reIladm Nimble ,ll0
hea recently dtt their wnatre It
;"true and tre" oraoges oa the hllAd.
He cannot vroch for It, as hha s
men them, anddidaot get he *
from their fortunate owner, but hia
told that Iher were the property of Mr.
oeed at North Point.
Mrs. Will Learned, of Pomout, paid
a little visit to relatives here rosotly,
ibut her friends would hate been pleaed
to have her make a loner say.
We learn that Mr. W. W. Hawkins
and family have reSumed to their home
at Laire bt. George .They have been
Sl Burnstide for onme time and have
had quite a gooa deal of lckunes while
there. It is a sad home-coming for
(the, however, after the recent death
,,j of Mr. Charlie, Mdr. Hawkins num-
bered many old warm friends on the
Island, d his death is deeply re-
guetted by all of tu. veVry one here
ods the most since ympathy for his
SOur people have Taved quite a lot of
s ne lay this summer, and now t.hbev
ae all busy putting out strawbemes
and tenadlng to their fall vegetables.
Oe day msot so very long ago, Hoke
Smith wa picking his way among the
b ellua ad brian jusat beyond thee am
in e'i tek of a nice, fat rabbit, when he
t iaruo4of an occurrence which does
amet oaeot much credit upon the
bne i of our lelana poultry., dome
UW thrwout some branded cherries
its Mr. Pullen's yard and his arlsto-
enc India-n mgae rooster came along
u ad devoured m. The result was
he aMtbed u very advanced stage of In-
to .xlotion, *o that a medical neighbor
Shkad to be called in. Strychnine was
SF hamemtored and his roostership re-
covred. Mrs. Pulletn ays she thinks
o attryingto get him into the Keeley
SInstitute, but we doubt if he would be
served with the food he likes there, as
his favorite diet seems to be bacon and
t ur friend, Gray Jacket, certainly
r deserves three ebeers and a bran but-
ton for his reply to J. F. e expressed
Huutress' thoughts perfectly, and shbe
wishes to thank him most sincerely.
S he certainly did not appreciate the
honor of having snoi remarkable lan- 1
goue dedicated to her.
We are glad to se that Nobody bhas
ce more emerged from the deptse of 1
the "land of nowhere." He should a
pay more frequent visit to this snny
world, especially if he to going to con-
stitute himself a champion of the bi-
S cycle girl. Why should we not nde
them if we wish? Why is it any worse .
than homebact riding and rowing
No one finds any objection to a girPs
dancing and walking, playing tenants or
Swalmminng, so why should she not ride
a bicycle, too, if she so desires? do
S hank, Mr. Nobody, for your words of
approval. One of Nimble's band rides
wheel, you know sand perhaps some
dsy he will be called on to give lessons
SV/. to H' 'Tnuae.
A Wemdaltl eomq ror.
Vo disease is more common Pon0g 1
the people thae& oretofla. Handed
down from geeiOtlon. It Il found in
nearly every family, it some form. It 5
nmy make its appab6Oe in dreadful e
eaui.lgs ores, is Wetsplng to the neck h
*, r goItre, or i autpdea of varied 1
ifmiA~t*n the thmo ess-e* 119


MO e l' S I I, as, I trh, or
Suin thea I i be, oad
', lMva e, e prime ut m a
1 ,'* is itj*l ., 1 1


4 No~5w 'fp


USTADBLISKED 1395.
WrT;and OLDEST MUSICIHOUSE
of the SOUTH,
IeW TBAT WI NOW MANUrACTURE OUR OWN
W sr renowned stakes, which we handle iao years
We have cr own Factory in Mew York, employ our
Insand an ive you a BETTER VALUB FOR YOUR
SL1UDJTDEN & BATES PIANO, and cheerfully Invite
of the Plano that bear, our name. You will be proud and


r4ueb, ERS


LOWEST PRICE.
6B0.. BRADNAOK,
Manager


k 11


WALTER A. WOOD
.4 TUULAo Bxta& NOWEL.


Perfected For 1s95, continues to lead all other makes
bfr strength, durability, lightness of draft and ease of
msanagemen t.
This Mower is the cqlmiaation of over 40 years'
experience. Send for Catalogue.
VERTREE8 & 0.,
Ceneral Agents, Palatka, Fla.


VERTREES & CO.,
-WHOLESALE DEALERS IN-

Hay, Grain, Flour, Meal and Grits
FERTILIZER8UANO FERTILIZER MATERIAL A PEOIALTY. I
Orange Box Material. Palatka, Fla.
I"Also. General Agents for Tedders, Hay Bakes, Binders and Materla
BeaR jt21-tf

A. Tirsey co w, now with her flitt calf,
OVlR A DEAD NEGRO. owned y .l. M. Owens. Jr., of Umsa.
-- .. tills. has yielded the family of five per-
VPiv W4OIs, ao wils it a WraglD oDn alln anoundance of the finest milk
el h. as emini. eand butter, and lece Jsanuary 22d, the
rCaU4 A -p.t S& rive min surplus butter sold has brought 540.30
IhU ifont the body of a man. whom She cost 05, and has already this year
gh--la "fo .t"" bo" "--...ho. more thaou pid for herself. This cow
eMu oltai as her husband, w~s eats only two quarts of bran at a feed.
ep*etol pIls e at as undertaking but has a good4pasture and plenty ol
atbiilshesaut i this ity. The -erp-e, pure waier,
was thlt of Theos Holbrook. a neo *
who ke WdL dymornlnby The U. Q Oov't Reports
Cmare ItewarV
Ellbrook, who was years old, had s. w Royal Bitlkr Powder
qanllkd wish the woman and she
a him. Br detention at theail on superior to all Adhe
barge of maudw wasitbhe nly thing
that p eod her M at the muder. IT"Do you want a good Mattress?
takera with the other Are women to If ,souv i.uy oe direct liow the msau-
also elaia Holbrook's body as that of fai ,trir, and save i0 per cent. Write
baher husband The police say the man for prices of their one Mts.*Ealr Mat-
wa not married t o one, and the tresses to DAVIps Gaitvisom, Mat-
soly ason the y lam him a hu.tre as Factory, Welak Mla. al0-tf
bmd I to Irt peessselon of abont $1, 00 0
*e was worh.
While w-t es of attachments and T IM RV
earso warrmt for the body were ',be. THE IMP OVED
ma etmi ea Undrtaker olaste, the
oorp wea wson iway to Oakwood eem.
otry. Pable Admiatlstratore Knlanlarw IN W 3
ad Corer Meiale had five M.
Ioleton permsilon to biry the body at
sot nsto oeedd $100.
Stlawye ad allowed bei
sed wa hows larned how they had
t oatwiltd by the undertaker, they
mM dessautrative and the police
h*dt as eoalldu la.B ^^&


e~tee~wpeidaav asar@och wa-
anlawimdd the


-QdgWAS. -ENOUGH.
Pee ~Pg0afeesno

no'!~4 i&8et" VMS~ia
-- *s~ualowes


I.


-%


MA arm*,hM M CeMit
Iax to', aMspalu fWte to e I
tiu for to e proehs dei sad s
s te VaUttd States Loudfti d iu
Whe arrnMm admtnlratioa. in an a.
thke*d iarview is tShe AwoelAMd

ra for the ple an"d tis ie nt
msea a omaidae a.d a tariese
he hawithdraw ia the iatesrt 1
SoMne are without foundatiote ta
Wa hi advi ealolted hke woom
aeDeoS neither Mr. MeKinley ear Mr.
Reed a the RepabUoba anddate fao
preldent"
Colonel New dealtne to staft whom
Geeal Harrison would prefer as
candidate.


sKllwDo* Doe aM to 1sflt.
OounaMs., O., Sept I-Gove
McKinley declines to be interviewed
relative to the withdrawal of Genena
Horlaon as a presidental candidate;
nor will he enp an oplnlonea sto the
peolble of probable 69004 of eah with.
drawal. Aft reading aOefi lly the
Assodlated Press telegram arryn
Golonel Now's Interview, and dwellin
especially upon that part of It whioh
aid that General Harrison would favor
neither McKinley nor Reed a the can-
didate, the governor said
"I do not think it s neoseary, nor
do I believe it would be proper for me
to talk for publication about this. I
simply have nothing to nay."
"Can you not express an opinion
to the probable influence of General
Harrison's withdrawal." wa asked.
"No," replied the governor abruptly.
"I have not a word to say."
lsieols toto rarnisbh Presidential Timber
NEw Yoan, Sept. W8.-Senator Rioh.
ard T. Pettigrew, of South Dakota, is
registered at the Fifth Avetne hoteL
In an interview he announced the can-
didmsoy of Senator Cushman K. Davis,
of Minneqaoli, for the presidential
nomination on the Republican ticket.
Senator Pettigrew said:
"Cushman K. Davis is the oboloe of
the northwest for president. In the
nomination convention. he will have
the solid delegations from his own
state, from North and South Dakota
Mohtana, Oregon, Washington and
probably a part of the Wisoonsin deli*
aItLon."
A BIG STEAMER LOST.
All of N Crew Mad- Pas-eges-o Wwre
eaTed-ITe Cargo oae..
LOwDOw, Oat L-A dispatob received
here by Lloyd's from Bio do Janeiro,
Brasil, annouano the wreck and total
loss of the German mall ateamahipUm.
gusy. of 1.460 tons.
The Uruguay left Hamburg on Aug
I for Montevideo and arrived there on
Sept & She was on her homeward
paoage when she ran ashore off Cape
rio, not far from Rio de Janeiro, and
all efforts to float her proved fruitless.
Her crew and all her pamengerm wee
reeoued, but the ship and cargo oould
not be Savo
Colas* Daring S*ptombor.
WasuiOxo, Oct 2 -The monthly
statement of the director of the minl
shows coinage during the month ad
eptember as follows: Od, 7d. 54,.
7; silver, $478I.16; minor ooins, (61,.
414 Total coinage. 6%078Ma.


[IE I P rEE C T AO"' w,-,
MOT S! R
,I t.
U t.
.1 U t.C.,b; C
Cb;C
MOTHER Cb;C


mail orEptessT, an rwde1

~sr utU. Doo goT


,RDINANCIR'7
%4 OT R Tun M .T xu
LA1113OM o 0000149
p~peof a=,W~i
0 ~ l~iUfor the
theoIl, sand fI"
ofibsheireaned a
M7 itail be Ia


atuolols:

~~Wsa~ Oaeithis")nhiTWXT,
6er, A. U).1896.
R. EmwoRvur*,
i4MPro Tom City C0"u
~.~Ucity 0l41i~



G~.rowK


want to live with (to rew vt
SWW8 EUAiW
It is food. The Hyp1 o 4 e"
It comu nes r pa
world. 7-. ,i*

Scott & Bowns New Yst.. An Dv uggs$


SEED DEPARTMENT,

',abbaqe aqd furqip Seeds just eoelved.; ,
-WU KEMP ALL J ODS-- O
DRUGS and ME1DICINIEI
Pure Chemicals, Toilet Articles and Fancy Goods.
SPONGES, CHAMOIS SKIN, Erc. PERFUMES., AY RUM.
Extracts for the Haudkerrhief. Our stook comiiprile all of the Popular
Odors. Palints, Oils and Varnishes, Hrushes, Painlers' Supplies, Etc.

ACKERMAN & STEWART,
DRUGGISTS and SEEDSMEN.

OH LOOK I SAVE MONEY.

BY' Buying only FERTILIZERS


WITH A PURE BONE BASIS.

ENRICH your LANDS and YOURSELVES.

ENCOURAGE every one you may

KNOW, touse DARLING'S FERTILIZERS,
SAFE and RELIABLE to use for


because they are


ANY CROP, making a STRONG, STOCKY
SROWTH, and Sweet Juicy VBOrTABLES and Fauts that are

ENGAGED ahead, by those MERCHANTS who do
N OT want only the VERY BEST Fruits and Vegetables.

TAKE time and write AT ONCE to the



L B. Darling Ferti Co.,


U


JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA,
And obtain their SPECIAL LOW PRICIS to lnet the 'ti*e,
for CASH WITH ORDER
1 .


We A. Llvlnuptone4


$QeHIIURE A0D HOOSE.WIIIIK 8D
Hand ogek Chasbet Salts. cbeaperb~ MaWmuI
U s ".. o b i U =
In ha. we wil fin 3ANMMS I enwnd eer~1 Api~a"


i J "' ] '-

- *(-,.? ,


,
I.


rIlt y IV RZ


a












U1 P


I*






....... ...

***** .. *. ****** ........

.... 0..... ....,.... ...........
-* ****'I ....... ......
....... ......................o




........... ........... .....s.... ............. ats
* ..***..* ...... .a............ tt
3:::::::::: 'i:: '0i':'.::::: :: : ': ls
Of B ..*... .* ..o. ........ o .......

............... .... ...... i
4 ..or .wotk O,a............ i
t 6N or


... ...... ..........


I., p..... ............
lit. t....... ..........


,I o so% ................. ............ o
of .............. ...... .......... 10i
p o o 'o. . ... .. ,t o a
Sp ........................ 10
A. 1. ................. ; ..... o
p; :................. ..
,) 1 ................

.... :::::::::











B SMys .. '^...........;.. 3 g

'ffwlB i 4kMjflint,^ '1 i|pl
liBiB 0w.,, ,'.,+


40 1e


Jlxt's WBilBiiCvug:inp
Ihe first time la4t lilt
well pl sd4 with theS
(f. p itandal,, of
through the PlutkaI
rturon, ftfi. ,.
Yorki, UoqaA S ot t
li ha a g y north.
4. 4. C fagwey. oo
lntuberh'as i pualr
bern totown tbI I
will be glad to lear
11ulnIn I'ilatita. aIr
tit months
A <1eichlient ot i
no.6 K. of P., wilI
HKtit-Mty $i fits
tkHa plods. They w

'rilp ateambo t u
pownintl, in now ruti
twren Nialika mnal Ju
Ingthree trip. Der w
gotet nt fat wsuth as
i*. ...'al -W -
8 10 1
1 10 s N 01
S10 u
0 10 101
* 10 3 03i
S10 as tO
* N l M /


98 a in I
N o 4a il
* 40 tel
* S OI



il
I 9 I,


sii


I'1


A I


Ii


V...
4


1


l V. '


'aw


- ,4F
a'


it;


S ..........................

S.......... ...................... ..... I
ss g bt bM sk yS p ....................... .
Sp s ,l ." .... ...........% St a
W- .. ... ............. ...... ..... Is


uu a t ., i ....... ............
&of f, M.. .................. .4is% I o
AW af a I tot,. .,................... t1 I
Aea.iiiMu lo ..nw,,, .;:,, : :.................... S }



..K ol k .......... 3 3......
i f smw h Al 1W ...... .. .. ............ to
6" O a o ug a ttpLsA, p W. .............. 8 IS
i : :................. ......... O 1
los d ........................... O lo
iWlm X I t o' I .n... $........................ S 0 1

OH wn l 1, ) 4elp ast........ ................. M
Uu~melwlTot S oi. .................... ........ 5 1
S 0 ,4 B %l kk t..l Pi....................
jM q o ut .. ......................... 10
lcT rlg W o Kl .. .......... ...


eorn Tr |Jolo( wa it ...............t....... e8 ,
tyM ps of nwo uIts Xp...... ....:. sS to:
S& it tai ptloft4 .wofe J % p..................... 3. 10
We ton p lt i s.... ............... ................ It
y guaat lo W P r p M .............................. o

U. N uI Atm1*O ... ......... .................... M

A M iaim er Kn ps w ort............................... 87 t6
Iatio n l, o palt o oa r, pbk VON ................... to
&a |K Goffm4n1 W.tlut a b>4k ........................... is

AAr n~u p Tr tluootr ,k.ibk,ptUO ........... M 10
U kl Rn W o w u N rt.... ............... ............ 1

S8 sh ro. pwt W o bk / p ... ............ ....... ........ 10
17 6(.no0flon ...... ................... M U
o toa onam Lo Co ...Wood r .t.k ...... ....... M 1
tA lar pt Woodn f b........ ....... ......... a oI
uahotma&oTrby pt lletra.olbin7,...a....r.... 3 t0



PWA P U a s....... .................................. a 1I


nl a o I ei% oU ...................... ....... 4 t
Lt@ Ipberd plot W4.tn1rt,bk, p O.,bk ,p3M4... 4,o11. 10
A c i mIou lwl p( o t#.ls t, p ....... ............. 0
ZA A mming w~I ot oal 11............... ... ....... ua






M Wl an .wr k nw% ......... .. ....... M)
V A r3 o T So w %of r ................................ I







r a s o ................................... ft
JJJolm o oroflot ....... ......... ..............
Lan M ono s lot ................................. t



J aibr iA ema gi w o fi wp.................................... i
Unknown n Co lot.......................... ..... 7
i pdsU lo lotIt ndl s% or /s ...................... ?



r amol b Ib ol& *t-............. -* **........ ................
o A p ro n............... ... ............. ... I
kw Z ol *... ... ... .... ........... ............ I
. a t 'Ao I O ... r..... ..... .. ........ ..............G. 4
Ae n Co 1w ..t % .... .... s...... ................. 16
WA al Ts ot S...........a w .............. l




F n As lP R o ISA.t ................................... l
U e aw of. ..... .. ............ ............. I




SJoh son Ia t inws................. ............... 1
S al J In Co ..... .... ............ ........








T WatoeG ood inp..... I ... .......... .... .....a.
mo l a or S .......................................
Unkalowa n d of W% ... ......... ...............
u o Ma C lofw % .o. Of n W............... .............



JU ear o ofsn.. o .............. ....
Slot w............. ................





S"L0 1 I mslo .a. ................ ........ ..........

W lot .... ..... ..........................





J t rt lot ......................................... 31
H bM lot f...........t.... .................... W






U am own O iof ................................... 2
Unknown IV ft .......................... t o
J *ea m on V ofe ow ...................................





,b oo M m ,e ...; .......................
iWinow n l o .t .... ........ ..... ....
~m A C ....................................
M1M4 .o .t.a .. ......................... ....





lott .... .................................. .. I
W .... ............... ................ 3
Sa. ..... ..' :. ,i











4 tvCo lo ..................................,- m
aWonlruff m. w%..................... ,
wI ..an.eof .W: ,
SlotU ....... ............................. a
Unknown lot .... ...............................
t l .. ..... ............. ..........

SLnv C 0 to ......... ...................... I
xW ass on A. ............................ So
0MWi 8 *i.of do% 'of of.....................








I I c O Ls ....% .... .... ........ ... .... W
Jaksso .It... : lot Ii ,,,30 ,
Iot 1... .f. .............. ......... ... 7 I
S".... ... .......... t.... t

1Manr lot II ....'.........
a% of RW ..... .... .... ................ of 1l
aLfiu0 of mw% tof slno of mw%.%...... 3 1












.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .
J A S ...; ..................* 4' 1 1
.. .. .

7a.


*.^
* t*.* ^M,-
'. <[ < ;, ,'
, ^

*CM-


pg
0;.


At.


I. '







Ii


If I
?* 3
31 3

3?t o









atO
IT I
S I.T






i 5 I

ft I.

37 a
3 ltS.
t
at 3
Sa 4
t :

ST 8
97 140 1
27 GUo.
27 3JA
17 6
27 314o
ST 101.44
2a 40
*s 40
23 I
ft 2
*s 40
A so

* 40
a w
M to
I NS
* 10




3s 40
A 40

s 40
M 40
so 40




iM is
3 40


o 0o
a IN
* aM
* 40

so 40
3 40


3 a80
a M
* 2.3
23 42
23 20
a 40

38 40
I MU
* sol
23 4a
2a 40
24 so
24 300
0 10
M4 40
24 U
4 so40

04 0
I 4

f 40


24 4I
Si aU
14 40
14 to


N4 40
e4 tM




r a

4 41





a.

%,

a^1
I~fE.


v tug!Ir 00




&a
pIco




firi 0


nso


4 .. '
..d *
A nt,,


i


minek &him" W





Saka Mim MS .,...- ..... .... w ,
IUlawm a .... .. ......... ............. ,






Ois rn lat.T *... n............ ..... I
Tc xv ,4W. ..M.it w .n... ....... .
lo D 5..... ..... ..... .... .. I












IJownrnd o t1 K
Lan (ow rd. off olfaS* *****. .
.JCWlIeIe R (om u n 'jlo.... ..... ........ ... I *

IUBiviaoIN ..N...... ...... ... U
_JosL.oket pta oi. ofr-.............. M a i













.tJ c noe ptM of lW%.0 ".... .................... U 0 t I f i
MlldevWks pSty~~ ls wj m ,teI%... ................... U
6 l,,ao n p.ne s. .... ............. 1

s Woan i p
w o n a .... ....... ......... ... .. I
JnC orn late Ax1 W
i tJit p.. ......i s
H uSam *'o'..W n.ot... ................... I 5 '3 I W
ICa ra n pt t i ....: .............. l
Joe k ttpt.. ........ ....... 1





Paetorsld *C a-:.4 ::::::: 3 Is
"CeslmJone Is 3 9 S I
Sllon et ........of...... .... .... ... ... It W0
Jo M Yu Ir ,....... ............. ...... 1 8
t r oa n a. ......................... is 's6

Unknown 4 ,......... 3 10
UkMnowr Mnt o of *traksw..................... i
.PAtorIF........................ *
JIlLTomb s aAOt'a s




Aierosdy w lf ..s...........%m ; .......... s U
Uan d lo e. .... ; ...... ......... s
UB kaon BotStl .. .... .................... s .






.Un. own oso, a .osr.................... ........ is ,M
a e san op f m n .. .................... as i* a
Un asowa ,lwt4, vofno ,. ........................ o 1 f t
nr lrt.e *eow........................... t1 t i m
Jcok Dais n 1_e Sbee........................... is a I
hAL M t I Htodsone ... .......................6 10t


Ch M W1 o f M0.... p ........ ... ...U... a 3 M

U laaon e, ........................ .......... A Is
l tias oble lot I tO It l I.: ......... ............... 1 s I
BU m .a. .on ,i i ase .... ... .............. B 1 s
JUasdn ooa~ l orit nny%............. ........... is 3 3

unknown ot a4ri .... M ...................... ... i s
I bd Ow ae.s" u $l4e .M... .. ............ t IS t l
Go i tre, vo ... .... ................. lst IS 5



M aso lsotf. vm4W.... ... ... ..... ........ I -t M
t1.w e is W W.............. S W W S


JMA l eSB U IM qv t WI ...... .,. .......... 1 I
Unknown Ia o f 0%. .............................. I SO 12



S S L ow lowo J ..... ...... ............ i i I
UnkR obnow n of agN ........................ n... I S S 1 8

i Nobl I J .P S0 st 2 Is
.1 -liki 4t.0..... l ^ ........ is I a





bkrn wnlot ,aw ............... .... ut p
JC o % M AI o f 3............. .................. 2 .1 4 I
i I ........ .." ". ."i. ,a s









HAu m g.nna oa e wa
_v %oC 4..- .. ........... ....... I 2






Ju s UV .h I ot8. vaf a MA............... ......... iS
XM AU& O jot 4, iVWrs*.. ........ ........ Is is vu I
I loos 4. V.it, pigwIa I".' ...................r


Je ln 104 V41109031OF .................. I. .

J 4_rasom e nnne,,.,.....

,iw ndo- n I ao.t;::::::::a;se:..;:;::: n I ill
SS as ................
J mumsel a as.o***f 0*taal*%**.

















U, nk nown i ....... ......4..
S 4%.1*. *.,
ofl ... ,..






at+
























.........


VWA Ilavis



J m.heaPIM
J CIGreeley

4W Gilchrist,
b MeCk


j IC ATRui~trong
jtob'tt..'rutebj.Old
J x Donglees
-jL,-temburS Bros
X A Breut
Al 8 bck
L Werryfield
Unknown
4; P IobIWt



vimpslrammaLO
an

Jura"bkrad

J a Hlart



MISS LAMI






'3 Rdatagi3at
.4 Tbowttnsen
J L etIl
j 8 Brown
Vertha A Brown
Mary J REmnson
.J a 2210 V
iA Henderson
lewortllTruat CO
'C W Brown
adIWD
own

111101010M. Jr




a W audioa o

W~e




Ef mum

S43 bold
4SVPXX .'b-

~b y .-a





SlowW~~


I
I


, U


i U ?*! ................. .



a ............



4H 4..... .................. 1
.............. .................. f



I IMe ( .. .................





S.::::: ::: ::::::: :::::
.... .... .











v o .., ........" ". .... ....... I

o f ...... ....................
............... ..... I ........ ..... lt
..... 1*1
8 *^ oti A ........ .................. .
w 10*4 .t- i M d ......................
S .... ...... ......... .............. i
of Ir o s



W ........:......:






i,%of. o ...oaw....... n
.... .. e% .. .................. I?
















w of w ... ........ ..................... 17
1-.l.. .~/o...... ............... .... ..



= of ........... ......... :

oft............... ........... M
I -01% Sa














to w .. of....n e. .......... A


s oa& .48 .s......................... 3

lot BW/eso %s ...................... i1
i o em .of .w/ ....................... ..
ie% VoW ... ..................... 7
l l w.......................
.. ........ ..............
B 01of .ea o ... of e.... .............. 30







I w o a wOt gs ......................... t
es.. o5io... ..tb .... ......... S







w 0-51 lMw I. m t.... .. .........
.. ........ ..... ...... ... ...
So...... ....... ................ ..
w.. .. ...... .......... .. a*6
SV .. ............................. .
un s oa l.o. .................... is
o of ai o w .../ .................... s
1of us








IF ew% ..................
ofD...... .....2









a ofw 4 ............ ...................
of of^ Wof' .%'. ....l.......... a

I ....... .... ................... 1
ofW M w... d.. .............. ........... 0

sof, ofploa........ .....1
itaofo addOf po.................. I.





eofwa of n7 of


c .WMOw bo. .... ................. .18
WN ..W'....t.. ........ ..........1.
ot ..% .. ........ ...... .......... 3
% olduwe....r..........l ............... 31
lt oifoldAd&oe plot... ao......... "
mle%, (fv @.Io....................... .
o" t W% of D ofD0..of "I/ ......... 3
oUfoiw nny0 .................... .3
slai iW X 0ktod'f an .................... il

d ,It MNewboldan........................ I..
W 6 N e .old.. ~.. ........................ i
2ofssof )........................SI

of% dc of.................f .... ......
PtI 6f.I.. .... .......................... U
.... 's 0 .w. .. ... ......... ..
41 l.t 31, .*...**s* .. ................ 1
IN4 ~ I.w4S od ma I
IM .6. .. .... .. .. .. 1. 3



eftI
0 Ie .. .. .. .. .. .. .


:* < ******'************ *********.
t..........*.... ..********




,*,* ******* 4**** .****



...; ....:;:;:' :::.

.......... .......


i


I

I

I


I


'3.
.3
II
IN

13
Is
13
21
Is
a
IN
Is
12
Is
I,
II
13
13
15
Is
Is
IS
11
Is
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
32
12
12
12


10
Ii
a





M *

31
in I

I.!
.1Sa

3? 6S
5 30-








27 10
27 8
VT 18
V s










27 40

27 156
27 10
2T 5
UT M



27 10



27 w
27 2U
27 18
47 202.
27 AU
27 ItW
27 101
2T 10


tj 4 1*


a


Y, 0






Levi B roMs







TA NW y Co
i lo BR y Co
1111' a
hJ W ursellt
Jo Bri Heno




L8 |arborough. Est,
J Tadrew Jtson
J J (irten

Aloes, Cole


i1a2 Zachary
J it Waltaet
JT8 KWRy Co
H ratly
JW iBrowell


JnoO Brelon
o W ubroanwEll ,
Andrew Jeoken
o W Biroewell
AloJ Wo Candle






J L ciMar







MLB Hart
CookA atrleton
JBWallac


















J TomK W on









W (T rlmwell
Unnown














L F Wills

MUn eyor
0 BW omwell
































JD B Psrion
t0 W Bro White
Marb W browell



















Andrew Jonson
Jerry WClson
0 W biroawell
J W Cadler




















Ueo JBnkinm
Louis an
J B Thompson






































J. Hurt, te
Wi t ar
LSWIIUmooa













L Wille ,


P3 toWhite
VUOOF

Jib ensloe




K A Hitlulip
W I |










v a&
A ='s


ea .........


N6, ... .........
o'elt sie Ik 74,V mas a.... .
w A.let................
6 ......................
Is .........
el S C......................
mlo loCtM A lhA ...............*
S lot I. ................ ..


ie k o t 7.. 1 .aj ....................



SM 1,. blk railkt7w........aka ...
lot ?bll, Vkltaws...........................



pai 1.i bl o l deablk t 4,ha.l.. ...........
Iw l or bik 7, P latka .......... .........
ll bi l l ........................ ........
lt1blk 1 0l, I al a k.....................
Palatkblk akl ............................
U all t k l r ll lt ......... ...............
all blk ed, laaIk.. .a.....

Pll bddlt l6, ll bik 1, l....... ....... ..
i I bk ht ota .................bI P lt............

lot blkI 10... .. ....... ...........
middle lot a bik 167, Paltk........
lots r oblklt7t P wlyo* bl ........
all blk 1 7 ........... .... ..................
alk4lTs lot 01 blt07, Palatka...........
lot 14w,bl 1,10 1 bp.I ...........
o bal 8 ks bI, i, aiat.... ....................
al blbke19, IU, 181, Pa latka. ..................
lot 14, bik 10 % 'stl a t.... .... ...................
w% lot 7,b blk li, Palathla..................
lot l bik 1I 7, pa Pal a t.......... ........................
lot 6. blk IN ,t Paulitka.... ...............
liv A B. lot 3, bla M, alastk .................
all blki e 2102, wB, 2 leu iotal 101, Bud bIks
4, 1 u'ea right way, PlhtkA ............
lots 10, 11 bik 21M faiatka.... ..... .. ........
sw our bik M, alatk...............
noiddle lote lde lilk 2 M, Pal&ta.... ........
1-3 except rigi.t of way bi 2I, Palatka.....
all blk 17, 'alatka...... .. ...................
ue our blk 2 10, Palatika........................
all except rihtt of way. blk 221, alatka ....
nji of bik 247. talatka .. ....... .......
lot It, 1.1k 24 t, larat ................ ... ...
lot ,blk 1 24, Palata........ .......... .
lot 16 blk 246, Palatk ........................
all blk Or1, Palat a...................
lot 14, blk2I i i Pl tetk .. ...
lotl 1,bik 20ie, PlalktA................
lot 4, bik 13, rsaltl.tti..........................
lot 14If, Ib 2A Palatk:a...,'...........
all bik 2 and wi bik Palt a..........
lot 10, blkIS ,Pt l a.... ..................
lot t I, i, 14,blk 271. Pial ...... .....
e't b ik 2 tk ..................
aM bllk b M, 3=1, k i& lt .. ... ................
pt middle lot a side blk M ....................
all bi sM Palatka ........... ..............
all blk 3s. 3bk 4/alMkl bonll 3, 3M02,O8 Pal
al blk 37 Palatka............ ........ .......
m oor lot 12 (200x4l it)Hirt's plat o aw -
k a itu .....................................
ns cor lot 12, Hat's plat of PIla'tk Ht ....
lots b 46, grow's 4 to ralat Hist......
lot I, br ,Hr'sa ad to Palata His .......
lot 1,2 a, 4,, w% of6, bIk 4. rlt'ls ad to
MPal ka its.................................
lotl, I lIs, a blk m t's a to glk Ha.
lot 2, &4 bk .lart' adto sltikEAt....
all blk l, rt' s ad to Idatit H............
lot, 4,blke Hart's l to Palata Ht ......
lot ., ,10 blk la a, dtWi kat Ifltbta H ..
IOU !I, ,6 7,6, 9 10, bIk 13, Hiart' ad to
all blk 14. Hart's ad to Palata HM a .........
all b k 17, Hart's a toPelatkaHi ...........
all blk, 1, Bdrt's ad to .'alatka Hs ........
all except lots 7, 8, 10,11. bibk 2, Durt's adto
alulke Hkai ..... ...................
ll eoept louts 11, 1, 'lk 3, Bturt's ad to Pa-
Ilat it a................ ...::.....
all blk 4, iurt' ad to klt Hits...........
all except lot 7, 8, bibk lBunt. ad to Pal Ht
Sbik 7, urt's ad to Pllata Hite ... ..
i blk 9. les lot 8, Hurt'* a* to l'alatka its..
ul blk 10, iurt's ad to Palatk Hit...............
SbibIk 11, Burt'sI to Pl&tiutHia ............
lo tik 12. Burt's dto talaitakiHUt.........
blk 13 Du, Burt'i ad to Palatka Ht.......
bik 15. Uun's au to PalautkaaktH.............
lot, 14.1ikt3. White's ad to Paltka Rts......
lot 10, bik Whte's ad to Paltha lHts......
lot 1,4, blk 12, White'a l to Palatkalu kits....
lot 1. blk I. cfrescent Uity ...... ..........
lot 4. blk 13, Ureseaut tlty.......................
n1 lot 2, bik 1i, Creoont City...............
n ik 19, Lreseent cilty................
con at w orsoMo 20 ft, W to LAke M. ato 1
lve, w to Dla sof bb bIk ik CMlUmat t y
con M ft uaor ocor, N o ft, to LlOb st. a tu
l Lake at. W tolxg. bik MO.Crew .Cy
lot 4, bIk 1, CrsOmt Cliy......................
all ept75fton Diild itoCowle', bi 87,
Cfrsoont City...... ..... .....................
Coem 100 ft w of no cor, II ft,w M ft, D f ft.
e it, bIk 41. CresoDttl.................
oomn s.or,wvloft,a756 ft, 16 I1tn. T6 71
bik 41, Cresitat t.........V........-...
lOx)t ofotlot.l g tas or. blkI.C
ooibMift*oo necur 1Mt.*VU6 ftalD
S i it, lot1, bl 41 .............. ......
oomn uw ur lot 1,. n ft,o ft. a W t.9
ft. lot1., bik 4,. Craf tClty............
cow 9l ft w of s oor lot I, a 0 It, w to lake,
s tly to Iline nd to beg, kQ 42.........
lot 2, blI 42, cU(riMntC ..i.....
lot blk 44, Cre at City. ....................
nusblk4>A, U ... .......
frt*k lot i 4 mt IN Cm LF
aii b S. Cr., en lt ...............
all eept vlsI ft bik Crseot Cit.......
oomlGljltrsolMoonrlUINF, w1 n1lU
ft.410It. (ovoskt 7 Clioo tC.ty...
rows, k~lim; %uHme6 ...............
io lot 0,r City.....................
wrovslot 2, !CrtsuetCitv....................
Sovslot ^ 3% S(t1...............
groTv lott CI, CIt..
grove lot K, CMIe -t .
eloat m"IO mst 0................

S lo M l ........ ..........i


ih xt c ao s t o..... ..- -..........
b Sl; 11fll:
blk X'j AAysx^
bon 1,B. t


77 7,


i1

'I


119 1





1111 = We. ?...... 4



O 3

4T A. .BaldwiD lot|4(bk&p Bl (*port..... ..........
I i7 M HHoyt lot AV (bk O p N. SIEmpor.............. 1 *l
S &W Pa k lot l .l. d .. .................... .1M
7 rot de 4 ..... ....... W ,H d ..... Ot

e JnoLCoZn la t( D 1 M i p t.... .. .......
I M M o lotnl.. d.Bhd. port. ....... ........ 1
,1 O.C. BLANUHAe oD,
oe A E 'LAB I us Iu I'
248 1 b1r8 5. a .ard





S0 IH LOOKr is AVE MONEYr Iouthw5Av.5


0 !| Be iY Buying only FERTILIZEe of CnO, r AM toe PTnAM
11 41 4 I, )., D. .













C*URAGE every one you :161


I* to tedNOW, to ube DARLING'8 o .d E t, la C' ^o, .
S79 *r d RELIABlote lU 18e a.i.i).
847 Wrpae4 lb BpUiM.T nthwl lns o













SAnaAonh eR, maot ns a t RON1.om.s.3r,.3atb a 3(bM,-


err 1oa -g *d, an' e S!^^ .a '_]otyei

7 Below li a clipping from the reply of bio nntnx. o rntataii olstun k
S1 .r.. .ort.. .. ...........................
1i o nRamer lo N. 90ea bk, 5.a0e Bri toy

















IN etterwritenhlby hF. C. BLANCHARD, .



















I a publlehed In the Timet-Ulon oft
Tax Coloecor Putnam ounty.


















B5 Tbe8 Of UI who in fdndly to the audii se eteiit es
S" to H our uty to proKeSAVE MONEY p I

















t e Sanidot their ove ae-lous friends. The otabe
24 80oat wil ber the burden of making
S01 the e' ftureC and their, F Joaditoa a
ont Y Buying only FERTILIZE-CI tR, ARouth-PA
















S" ern people, not your oiete, deFlgnDA
To I nd pay to mate it. "
n At the lit -io. ot our tatoe L11.
Sm iIlataM a ct Mted makn t a our ae .m
Ia peal offence to condt any ehool In t e
the State wheein white Spe Imt and es a .
1 negre shall be aetmtacLted or boari
Swithin thed RELI bu LEdlg, or taught i tyoW tt

st theaam eecla, orfat the eame th by i
*3 vooteeenate e slo and -OWN oes',
307 Profeasor soets &adl bth isieKs lS*I. sntbv ai bytw t-vWeeve.
W ii Belowiso a clipping from Lte ropiY of Leginnmng, owoneifalai( gt^eon aus.












I 1 HoM W. N. Sho a s, Stat Sua rinn P s e Fo















tf- ,an t *R ot, tmo
as"Wo
I Wells uae~sie~Mm
~~ ~ ~ ~ s~ja*4L ~ -ti i


I.,'.


I, .1,.


u C,


-o d
is sbss


2rf.


Yk


Vle


J


va









~'~'L''~.1 -

,~' .-'
& ~,,,Q ~.


skee.we of WoWA%
auat S, was in town

0 he tm itt Gards held ve
a pp~e 11ing bIlMmep meeting Tue1

auite a Shrwilleave Malts
moye lo r for the la-nt b.
Cap. BM Ryan, of Francis, was
SPalatka Wednesday, and made our
omce a pleasant call
Mis Jante Willard, who has bae
viseing Miaa Roe Coze, left for her
home in Jactsouvleo.
Chas. B. Bowton left Saturday for
Xew York, via the Olyde Line, where
he will purchase his fall tleek*
Sheriff Basan went South Tnuesday
on beside, returning in the afternoon
of the same day.
We are glad to aee Uncle Jack Rob-
Iaeon on the Atreet again, after an ill-
.ae of aevrl d oay
The recent change In the weather
ha been quite agreeable. It is ryal
pleasant eveonage now.
Krs. Geo. W. Basseet will leave to.
morrow for New York on a brief visit.
Durnlg her absence Mid Jeaite a Mon
a f will be a e Pal .,
Rev. W. H. Mawy preached an elo-
pe ae orman to a large col Laio
ndaynight. Reisone of beet
minSters lalatkaa a ever n e.
Mr. H.L. Wilson of the W'Laou
Cypree Comwpany will be l e e to-day
from the North. Some g at chani e
S/rwill llly be made n the plant within
r' the mset few weeks,
Public S bool No. I a in a flourish-

apile being to iattendsce. Prs.
haseacorpOso eafcamentassotants.
r.. Hamrick, of the traiumater's
oSce lant system, walin Palatka Sun-
day on his way 1North' where he goea
Sto spend a well-earned vacation. He
will be abseot about three weeks.
Harry o1ier had the misfortune to
lose two veryfne dop Wednesday by
nioloniag. ot o other redon than
Si a a 24 W erethenm anlaes pots.
oned. and the gaptly party Should be
made to sufer the coueequeneea.
aoves and J .l par ahoul,
Captain K. H. rldle who. for te
leaves yealUs m bele the faithful
WA watheban on h tlorie alouth-
W49o ban beeno* f o y.wd
thei eaS ay 15. D e lede ooemdf
my" onCaptain Aal *of
edoawigbhtooffWdl.
Jobshn Bd Ib an igensu fellow.
He hum nw Iutalla In he three tago"
at*,*. BM 4a aytamof eletre belle
whiobh. by maa erof a well anmp ag
oe,ae a n e t.igreat advantage. It
MwonrhavutoUto estoreto eM be
bell at tor.
Chcu. J. sollnoer, t ihe larn
do of A b aA tae
v ,lai t 1601 a :.a4a em tot,"
lantaMwore wl meet Mire. o&I
wr, io Moee"Oding "e _ommey
ey wll ,urn to ,I
I -- W .'s ...L. _iih .kuth.'


gv, am
N 0kEE


I wtd


thaty, I'hw hie




V hod been a gre mIn
goode. Silver coined
law with the result th
been taken out of th


BI I I -W U, 9W1 1_ yeeeoe U eerpU7
1111110t8s ihhge It map t b ladne m 4e
Iof tMl Now
I.... I.... l bo a IWio a o. f the prim po
'r oM f t Me et prsaw It R l. imeo
ti 0-"page illustrated bok. to Set. Platm teeds the enterpriN,
5 tr Mq It will b IS l i ho.m.M our people to se that
It wigl besente e d it is loaded hern. As mtaid in Tu
TSu J T pHw.mA Co two weeks ao, it
I W IWt A iSss h J e duty that every man owe not
only to the twn but to hlmIqlf to an
every endeavor to bring it here. In
T coavbetion with Mr. Berbert Wilson
T. tht of as bttmale lady. recently we ventured to ask him
uiMd. Mrs% U. Firkln died later. whether or not Plwthe would get the
f T", Ooobe l. oolhen ou uoday, Septembor 1th, factory, to which that gentleman re
ig *,o n'sP n. after suffering terribly for a little over plied: "The probbilitles ae vyery
hblt published I a year with varlouse roibles. Every. good, it the people of Pilatka will
uPabllhinog c. of thing poeilble had been done to aid grant the promoters a small conoe*.
sing tired and her. br husband having taken her to a ston. They want some evidence that
in m hair and hospital in lBrooklyn In May I st, the Palatka people want them here."
at I had attended where she remained over four months. Wake up, ye sleepy Pasitkeos, to
s and had li. In the hopital she had an bperation your own Intrests, and pay the duty
ane andhadi pa rfor6Wd, and improved for a time, to thoea who have befriended you.
se tIn favor of the but a cure could not be effected. See.
i then I dreamed lng that she could not long survive,
pd. Coln's father her husband brought her back to thefr Ex-Senator Mahone, of Virginia,
pohome at Intorachen, fulilling her at died In Washington City on Tuesday
porter of foreign wiab, "to goehote." On arivla
ie had become a home her length failed rapidly aD
at all the gold had she passed away two days after, only THz TJ xSg.RALD, with all g#.od
e country, and as to enter an sternal ore in that better
Sword of which a lk d tlsen, feel safe audconteted under


Colun's ather ead bought with no stipu-
Slatin asto paying In silver hiso creditors
Wad demanded gold. As he could not
get gold to pay with they had attached
everything the old gentleman had-his
stock in trade, his furniture and even
his clothing, and I saw the family hv-
Inr in an attic In one of the tenement
slums of Chicago, almost dead from
sickness, poverty and starvation. Coin
and his sister had been sent out to pur.
chase a loaf of bread and had taken a
half bushel of silver to pay for It and
were waiting down on the curb tone, all
rap, dIrty and a poor asa heletons,
rying am though their heart would
break. They were completely ex.
bansted by the heavy load they had
carried and only had a small loaf of
bread the aise of a man's fiat for their
money. While I stood watching them
Grover Cleveland came along and see.
nlog she oblldren In such distress he
stopped and qetioned them as to their
troble.91jich Coin told him, he being
the old.u the two, whereupon Grover
Cleveland put his hands In his pocket
and took out a gold dollar and give to
Coln, telling him to go back to the
market and purchba al the provisions
the family needed and not die from
starvation. He said to Coin "Carry
your father and mother something to
eat, and tell your father to pat a fool's
cap on your head and keep It there,
and remember that however gteat one
nation may be they cannot make other
nations take anything ttey have a mind
to As up and cali money in liquidation
of debts. You are young, Master Coin,
and If you can get a little start on the
products of the gold I have given you
you may survive and live long enough,
to raise what a fool joun hve been
after you return from the grave of your
starved parents."
I dreamed of olappini my hands and
saying, "Bravo, Urover Clevelandl
You are ahead of your age and your
party." J. k.


I1bil af wo dak we Pm h", bwdl.





T le ow CNgartte Law.
Tiua sm a pecular way of making
tad efoag Its laws, May the Talls-
bMaes. The lateet is from Terell it
dhe Laoe sur S at, where the esbot
bWhdm b mauled to beoakup h


WOANe


so sweeatly on her death Ied.
While abe wea very reluctant to
leave thie life, because there waS so
much to do for the Matter; yet she
wae ready and willing to submit to
God's wisdom, and cheerfully say "Thy
will be done." Her last words, being
worIs of comfort to those who mourn
her loss, she departed "happy In Jesus
arms."
Mrs. Firkin was born near Por
Allen, Iowa, In February, IN8. She
was converted wben quite young and
always took a great interest in Chris.
tian work.
She was married to E. G. Firkine in
May, 1887 with whom she e lived
moot happily, a true ana faithful wife,
antidtnga n her efforts to make*'home"
the happieet place on earth. That she
ucoeeded no. one can doubt who knew
her.
Her remealnes were laid to rest in the
cemetery at Keats, and all may truly
me "shl Is at reoa."
TH l'trae-HRBALD, together with
a lame number of friends, tender to
the bereaved husband sincere ym.-
pathby In his great los.
01


ris3 PILL
Send youraddress to H. 3. Bucklen
SCo. Ch and gt a free sample
box of Dr. Kig's New Life Pills. A
tral will convince you of their merits.
Thee pillk are eay in action and are
particularly effective in the cure of
Consumption and 8ick Headache, or
Malaria and Liver troubles they h ve
been proved Invaluable. They are
guaranteed to be perfectly free from
every deleterious subst..nce and to be
purely vegetable. They do not weaken
by their action, but by giving tone to
stomach and bowels greatly invigorate
the system. Regular sise 2. per box.
Sold by Ackerman A Stewart, Drug.
sats.
"I eanmot take0od Idver 0111" This
Is almbtak. Try ArosMadeOod Liver
Olt madebyIL. H. Bond Co., Baldt
motMdK. Ithas no anat of the o
Delightfql to take. Prearibed by
phbylemdeM. M up broken down
syastmno. anes Coanmmption end
emhIl. twrosale by Aekeram
sewar t Peslake.
No at1uM0 r evidence of patriotism
and loyalty to ha Union can e thown
by the ootht than the enthisleado
manner In which this country received
the liberty bell. All along the routes
tibehmn of gallant Mouer genle61
me and tirt adlee X1aWi the der
#Ad rala, Nrd to welcome ta*MloUaner
FAt Do its4I lerib*d le e p

Mifqi ale
^T^^^^M 6 al.,> '', *v^^^^
Cf064* wiif cfiZ


the present police protection. Chief
Trueman I filling that iesponeible
position with the correctness charade.
teristie of the man, and It is Indeed
gratifying to know that there has beei
since his election less disorder than
at any time previous. Indeed, we may
safely asaert that no city in Florida is
under better police protection-and t1
is due to our worthy Chief.
Hon. Cbes. M. Knott, formerly busl-
new manager and part owner of the
Leesburg Commerelal, hu sold his in.
tereet in that paper to J. C. Luning.
This excellent and well edited paper
has recently been enlarged, and under
Its new management will keep up its
already high standard in the journalls-
tic world.
Attention is called to the "Itemized


statement of the disbursements of
Putnam County for the lacal year end-
long September 80th, 1895." which will
be found in other column. It was
prepared by Clerk Joeeph Price In his
usual accurate and neat manner. The
statement makes a good showing, and
the tlax-payers of Putnam county are
to be congratulated on having a Board
of County Commisioners who will
administer their affairs economically
and well.
The Palatka pamphlet, instead of be-
ing tied up under the criticisms o' a
committee, should be on its errand of
usefulness, heralding to the world the
advantages and resources of the Gem
City and the banner county of Florida.
Now, while the Atlanta Expoeitlon is
In full blif(, Is the opportune time for
distribution, anI if the committee failed
to see It in this light its action may be
considered a detriment to the commu-
nity.


N. J. Tilghman d Sons will shortly
load a schooner with shingles for the
northern markets.

Excursion 1 thesuo
treduced rates toall Summer Resorts,
rA PUx's Drug Store, opposite court
40M .


Fresh Garden Seed
u e r,~cived by S. E.


MA Threu a .. Ie
Joh ,Donaldson,
di ton, present.


pelof a
an-shR


~a~*sh~
~ .~


-
S. -~
rr
cUTi~)tA -
-.,~ iN -~
*460


1hf'1~ ~


r' I
fe


I'


Comatorle, bDr, Samuel'07
saed chfldnm Ieau uespi
o~lierNaiad. IV Aim!=.

hIS.P14001t16 168 guRM~te#i it
-mal CaoItln tohoBrn
sum sDinirhasa sad Wind Cl Ou& #"ok m
teething voublee, duameemSwhu SAbee
(Jastoris eulasllstea thefendreulpats lb Sein
WAndbowels, gidingheathy ned .sw# 'Snip Ge .'
sotsi s the Chnlnmm's Pmaoace-4be 44dmu v losdo


C~toria.
OweiotIsain mendedat mmIi hee *1.
dma. mothe .have r.,Seaml 5560 meatNo
end ~ ot pa. think ebidma."
Vs. 0. 0.comeam

which I &Maom akqutsidI hop the day In MA.
far dmmat whmmnothm williacmmiwthermiv
mimeSd of theirchildmemmid im Ousarais .
damd of thevmasmaqmak modsumwhM wem
dwmecorftheidr lovd o-% by fordo@cpleun
-opbn, s- ftmyrop wsadllo, w bw t
&pacet.down their throoete. thenif
them to prs ai w mm.
-svo, ArL


boI toSo M L I 1 11IA ,~


mai hm sed-hW 09 dol-
- t tw ol thi eI Irm*Siia=
mmd Albmabweea*rhavem mm. -
mmimiwmi. un eeisus t rn -
rI, I yowe em bheI*wON" "So, i
=Ws of at w ha helek
fagme, ms
UuWM EMa.Mm AD DMwMaw,
Bom^ M
MAUAP .EmAfft,


no. Owftu oempamr, Y"Muanor UWee, N. Tat* as,


Finninger's


BIG CLOTHING HOUSE.


Will have TWO SPE- |


CIAL SALES for SAT. ^

URDAY and MONDAY,


and will guarantee to say-


you Money I


ing from me



Bents' Fur


Just in.


y purchas-






nishigs

1~wMeni'i/


Negligee Shirts spedi


for the CoImingWeek




0 A. FINWNINER
4 7 -14
oenaav Q ut ster,

Ih CMmoes eIngsei t .
The coroner's Jury la a eiamb r.
er eause ordered the followleg to*
lsis ,*-


f e to ? dla
Its mted ty mea

Te.M r
neo~o~~ttirtbeN^B r *a70- W
b~blle( aaa.Th Jyar-t, '<,||~if|


- M


p ,
a.


.1.


ilAi



L(LA Tr 06 1, 11 AA


]
1









f















A ~
~ ~>
j.
* ~. ~


ON%!i


I


a *'<


T IRoflir

'A A L L"oi

Y nknowa'
vI icker
1.Cotwl(
F Itoilini
32. Cow4
5QBrown
tinkuopwn
W Knott

fnkulown



YcHartle,

Li 1o'li


T C Hartie




#2 om'1
knownn

C0n1knowe


unknown
I C Baundi

VIA Brol"I
Vnknown


11. Com'l,
aI a0Z3V

4CACBrows





Unknown

Unknown
FlaComl
7' Bo


4,,


4...

u 1 I


..... ....... .... .... ,
S All '" ......"....




o .... .... ............................
.. ......... .... .. .. "..... ......




rl %-o a... o... ...... ....... r
1 nO.. / o ... ............... ..
iCo n% o f ........................... ..... n
M .of.n. ./ .................
l ............ ............... .....

r? sw ofto

t o n .t% .......... .. .........., "



l ..t ............... ........................ n
o otni..ow...................


*1 .............. ....................... s
le n,.%aof %....... .... ...........

nmo A f .......... ............................... 21
A ll ................... .. .
All ........ ............................. o
r w of ................................. l1
S .. ................ ..... .............
ot ofatb...Ne% 01of...........IS






~ of w w% .........o ...................... .
Sn o mr o( i. ....:.........:. ..::::::. :::: sT
i ..of ................................... 720
Co o. n tw%. ..... %..................
eCo n. .............. .....................





.Tt i ,I t %....... o 4................% S
ley of ...... o ... ............... .. 9




f o......... ................ 18
at wof w% ofn % .. ..





100 ....,.............. ......................
M oM%.... ...

S.... .......................... U




0,'r S ............... = 1




I o?1n.%..0( .............n ................. 11
o ==n, o ,om%, %o or m ..
%I .OX ... ................ .... ...1...... I
ley on w%. .. ... ................... 1
n Eof.............................. II
S wof.............................




1, OfIofW ................................ s
'Co e os t .............. .................
0o w o .o... ................ ...........
i w w ................ ............... 24
I woo_ ................................ 4
S -o I of. Dw% of o. w ...................
So. B ,................................... 36...












I~ nuTo............. .......................
S*w % o f n 4...................................





i n 6 of sd wI........................... 1
a of ow% .....e%........%............





Ie w %l -n otnw'....................... 2
o otadof ........w............... ........ S










I oHt, oo>... oon. ..... ..oo.......o *
i no a .%................ ................. :
mC0" "e'B Ofnw"... ..../.................8
I S o( ... ....... ......... .......
i .. ......... ..... ......... ........ 2

S l o ............... ..................3 1





4a ... m ..... o... ... .* m
n m ......O ....... ..................
too % se of a ....... .............
Sw ................................. g5
m omalw. ....................................
maw of n ... . .




'61w D .% a *I ...... .. .........
au at Btt*% ................................... 4
f no 6.. ... ............
s of 1






of of nw% ... ....



oM, I................... ............. .
Lm o1 u. 1 ............................... 1
...... .........i




S o. .....oo.................. ........ 1. 1

... 1..... I...........,...o....:: 1
to......1.......16



t .... ............... i
S............... ...... ....... 1
o of or ...........n ....................... 1








,,., ..i,:: :::::::..*
an o I.4o.............. M
..... ...1
or ...- :... 0

L swf0^........... ........ I ......U

I ... ............................a















^* *444w< .5m*.4...


.3?
62~l
.87
SN
SN
610
* II
521
* 51

5'
SI
mu

21

ii


IW
WOI
O W, lit Sl&





o I.Cnh) Co



via 80


is is .asy0.
M iT nknowrno


5s in SOo
Jea or Wc o. Sr


.a I It B

a of10"Va1. U
i 40 1 a 1 oW v
1 80 Is 7161o0n


N 101 Dano1i
40 I 01 iO li

Its 4 e7 Unknown
I I SO 2, L id ar
840 I 1l1r6h




do 3 O Unknown
M I o Ae aComll 00
0 i OS Ormond
40 1 i FCom'ICo
460 10
4l 4 U mDMnl month


1M fiRWGoBOp
20 I Com' Co


1 074 Unknown
40 1 a AsBmoRll Tro



41 at H1baru 4







s3o 0 Iso Ry Co
40 1 11i .Com'Id o

41 11 1' AmllBOwnn



















l8e 4 LO rret
80 1 a Ukowu

'a I M f4so lF T
100 I Unknown
40 16 1 xCou 00
so I To Us sBoW








140 ao88 H? anubl
o u Unk.own



120 3 Ui nJ nown
40 101 ~rebo t












W i la soRol













1 a s gKIoa
i 107 8 M oraw
12 4 M Ukuow
1; 1S AABot1. I
K IMI AJohni
40 r Coni1 Co
5 LOO fet-Co
1m 2 r4 Jul k Unow I

110 t o I I l uau'I Co
4 0 t o | 1 111 V A o 0 T r
1.40 tM "
104 5W LOOTitI
40 l13 FA8l mmS, Tr
K 1 8 Unknown
40 1 1 Uuk uwA
40 1 is bIH L oHnar Tr
40 11. 1 ACoiniCo
10 11. Merwin *a VA

40 1 16l A domwI


1 ;% L 0 uGrrett
r 8 8 .1 Merwin a BB
W 1s I I K a Iluble
8r l6
100 1;'
I Wo :l" Rud Kearsting
M l 'iL IC mdner
40 I1.1
40 It :
40 I '1W A1K I Kttf
Mol I L I PlIemO
40 2I K Xaaubl*
r30 05 w f A mmol. Tr
240 48 3 W A Bsuworth
40 1201 8LOrba
3r 1 101 ..6unra
80 20o JAMOR.A4.A
40 111 WlnAt.
too a a N1HwyaTom
40 218
114 304 "





7 is =s




> r SffY "


Ste *'*********4*44*** i*


........ ... .....................
W~rq~.,o fat ... ; .......... ..









ps..... .. ......... ... .. ..
or s o..... .








... ..... ........ ......... g i
a ......................
.... .1....






I .. ..fl ................................. l M
W.. ..k............ a I




................................ 84
w.. -o( lot1 ......................... ... *
eflo ........................*
o % otlot4.......................... ...... a
S of t o ...................................
wiyo r t4 ........................... N N
Stot ..................................

t,~ of.. ........................ 1 53
.,Uim new ...... .......... ......... ...



of.-4. &-* r* *'.*** *
so i e..... .. ..................... 8 S 5
wof U o %w...%. ............. o %
.mo.....1..... ......... 14
a of aSadt 20
W o ................................ .. 3

.B .w............. ..............

ep-o ? n ::::a : of nw, s% of sw: ... ... 8 M

on ............................ a




-1- 001 ce otmw%.........nw
o A .................... ................ 1
of me.,%& dnir %.....f.oi% ..' 8



of e% ... ..... ............. s
% ot wof I W .............. ....... M U
s .n w .... ........................... ..2. 5

S .................. ........................ 8

bcsa ,o(wof uw%...............IS S
L tf I nd ......... .................... 8

7 w ...... ................ .....

4%01 shof eaA2,. .%,... 0
d =L% o sn w w ...................





h s 3. ............... ............ :.........


.g A o ... ......:.. ..... ... .......... | .

.% f .................................. 9
a.* % oof.a/ :.*.....own a




of .................................... 1 3
6%eta .w. s......................i 5 a
S m wt ...... ...... .................. 0 1
.i Of .................... .. .......... 1 *
LutA of @' I 4..... .......................

-at % ..I ............................ 1 *

on4 an A -/.................. ....... ....... 16
w%ot w ...... ....... .................. I



t ......... .............. .
S of w... .. .......... .. .............. ..

Lwot ...B .................................. S .





a .... ...................... .
n I' W 6 11 .1 r.................................










AV ,a ..... ......... ,
n ,of o ..............2. *
w 38 ... ..........................1 8
*' o.iA .. .....................................
Luo ftI. ...................................
wLot .... .................................
I 4.............................. A


Lorte 1..11............................. ,





........ ...........
Pt.. ......










as .... ,

...... ..*... i.A 'i
Sa^'^^f^


41
I0







41 1 1



I I" Uknow



75 1 "


1oo 161
4" 0



Iwo 1483


us
o nknw





us ah

40 179
Iris wloiriio
40 1010
20 Ill5) 0I a
II TL7um






4 w.

2840 60A DeK Jam
U 376 Mll

0 Aj


4 i


.4&....p $....jA.4.
-'4
I d1.4.


.I. ............


~2lL2..~e..........4




w or
0Maj.-




*hots.otUnspe

ae-s- .... .......
e~otsw ode "I 6% n





LoS M~e*I... ............ ............

22s&

..................




14 swath 0 ... ...
Coa "A ~~jf~L..-
'J. ..-v ................ ....
0114 M
RUN

t".4


nao) of w OT o 0% c

S~~m~of is~d'USd

....~ I.... ic w i5
nat si 25


nIn0Mee t .. ............


uuL ...i ......


%(M^.......|
Mg...*...m....,..... M
*,*.*..o H .** ... Um
a. ::: .i
.....s.***........ ..


26 n




10 3







Is
It

1269
IS a


as

it

15


to'


I) 411



I* I




Si

4 1 S











8 1






3 34

0 11
S ,I


W 11








* SU


tsp


I' m ma
36542


25 118


11111
tO 50 P 261
II 15* 66 76
3 ~S U
~ 851 4


ii
Pd~ 04

7.,~ hf


4L~&I II






SI


Pic'.


















































*si e ogro-a did fairly well nthe
lower grades, but no first grade ear-
tioate under the Mheats adminlstri.
tion has ever hn issunaed to a negro.
Ths Is nodt surprialsng to s, for we
really think the negroes did remarks.
bly well to vpsI a sheats examination
at all.
It ta needless to say that we Indorse
1her Bhbets law to tre letter. We are
prI ud of the brainy Georglan. We
Wommend the justaee of his demands,
and his pride a desaring to places


rey, to turn only when their
poeekobooks wern them that
lsoreas will eoaeaum them
tyd no eehis ki.d





litZeteb.ate

betibei




t* her.oS


16-





Superior To All Sarsaparlllas.
w it h U eogia,1 over ftyea o I marvelous medicine wa dsbovered. It was what
b w knows tao*Y P. P., (Llrn. &WGr i Riwty), and Its fame and reputation bas been
= = Rheumatism, Blood Poisoning, Plan in the side, wrists, shoulders, back and joints,
i il\ -^., ar1"Scrofula, and all Mood and Skin Disees it las never been equaled.
subjugated, aelth Renewed, Appetite rested ad sleepless nights bnished by
P. M P. is a wonderful tonic and strength ner. Weak women should always take
P. P. P It builds them up. It has the universal commendation of medical men throughout
Sthe country, because we publish the formula on every bottle, and one trial will convince the
most skepical that it is a genuine health restorer.

Read The Truth And Be Convinced.
A Wonderful Oure. cellent thing. We handle about one doen bottles a
I wa a martyr to muscular rheumatim for thirty wee M.M. T. RICHARDSON. Piedmont,. &C.
year: tried all medicines and doctors with no per. r- M M T R A SON. dmot C
maoent relief. I was advised to take P. P. P. and
before I had nnished two bottles my pain libidted Not Springe *SurpnM d.
so I was able to work, I feel better than I have for r ase .
years, and am confdent of a complete recovery. A bottle of P. P. P.. has done me more good than
/ J. A. DUPRISS, Newnanville, Pla. three months' treatment at the Hot Springs, Ark,
JAMKS M. NKWTON, Aberdeen, Brown Co., O.
Testimony from the Mayor. \
I suffered with Rheumatim for fAfteen years, tried Pimples, Sores and Bruptione Cured.
all the so-alled speciacanbut to so pr'. My
grandson got met bottle of 1P. P.P., a. Ilellke a I take re atpleasfthe 1. ar medii r t ates
'lw man. an jualkies of the popular medic skit diseases
W. H. WILDER, Mayor of Albany. Known astP. P. IF. I uffered for several years with
Sun____htily and d ble eruption on my ikce.
I. After tag three bottles in accordance withdirec.
Prom Two Well-known Phylolne. tions, I entirely cured.
We are having a bli' ale for your P. P. P., and Capt. J. D. JOHNSTON.,
we preecribe It inagreatmany cas, and find itan ew aavenah, Ga, of Johasta Co. \
S The above letters are taken from many received by us. P. P. P., (Lipfmas's
Great Remedy,) is a medicine whose virtues are known from the Atlantic to the Pacific.
P. P. P. begins its work by purifying the blood, which is the source of all life,
and does not cease until a perfect and entire cure is effected.
The mortifying eruptions that disfigure the complexion, the tired feeling that pre-
vents thorough accomp ishments of the daily tasks, sleepless nights, loss o appetite,
irritability of disposition, all mean a derangement of the system consequent from yf
impure blood, which can and will be cured by p. P. P.
P. P. P. (Lippman's Great Remety), ia s conceded by physicians and the people
to be the Greatest Blood Purflet of the Age. It postively and eanetly
cres. For sale by all druggists or direct from us; price $z a bottle, six les for $5.
LIPPUA BROIS., .I UPP'*n Block, SAVANNAH, GA.


ar ya au diut have vm aoli, d di
my ~ a cumhe an :d ee


be Wbio N I.


Jacksonville.


St. Augustine

& IndiantRiver


Railway.


Time ramie an mas Jy Stith, sta. I)


u.......









..oo


*~ ~
S.
r ~ '~,.i


HENRY STRUNZI
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
PALMYIA NATIONAL fAI USKBUA=4h
5sfl5mewto03055tE 55A~rnv)


rarm
ta .1


NL-11


a prolt; but Mow ih"t the
auers have abused a readjts
to speak, tlhenMghbo aime 0te or
industry and have brought wag down
to a Agure available for oadlwq f am
work, there is so loopr n Nni
why our plasters should not sowla MIn
their saeotdon ro the qultivastD of
long staple otton, whtah, fotioes
years ago, proved a snoure of inds.
peodeace to them.
This eottono l sheblat l tlu world
our farmers know how to grew t,
It always commands the ouah, whether
inoed or not. It at now bringing tin
the sed cents cash, s to 4 eats In
tradeU sadis is fair to presume that it
superior quality will always an It
mll for good oria. At 4 eeat eah
thetr is money 0 it.
Lands her are well adapted to its
growth, and the yield is ever a failure.
It 1s, In short" a sure money crop, and
that is what out- farmers need. Let
them betia now to make arng-
mentu for big crop next yoar. At
ihe same time, they should by no
means neglect to raise a ample pro-
vision crop, and then their sooton will
ploYe net money to them. This will
ito far towards restoring next year the
financial prosperity whieh, up to last
winter, this sectiUo hatfor plghteen
eam enjoyed.

LAKE CITY

Awm mA trIAIM
Waters 50o to io Pigs Daily,

Governed by grnvity weight valve. No
springs to ruit. No float to stick in the
mud and let out tantk of wistIr. Has
lt ist' rv r
sizeddr al
ug gtup-
,unot asr-
dn rinaki
jBi~ieeM--i. *F 'l oalote hold
filtby wa-
ter before a fresh supply comes dow.
Valve seat Is In body of water and aM
ad a look.nut. Canbe set to water two
pens at once, and can be attached to&
tank or barrel in ten minutes. Works
suoceMfully in winter.
Retail price, 800. We pay exnpe.
Fountain sent to any address on trial.
Price to be remitted by exM s It
If satisfactory. It O nt to wy.
Send for one. Agents wanted an every
locality. Order through Impleaent
dealer or
sTOCK MOUNTAIN CO.,
LaOm t, ltows.
G'tHaving resigned the office of State
Attorney, I have resumed the practice
of law in all its branches.
W. H. Wioo.
Office, No. 1 Shelly Building, oppo-
site Court House. Palatka., Pi.

BENJ. P. CALHOUN,


ATTORNEY AT LAW.
W cgflM, fYLL BLOtK f vr Pee


kg~~1 helow*d355 uty I
unmess 4%49O"tho~ 4w IsetT
walk tie Sw b- a Rgh
cough" Ts he bees oilml Sie
tha jt ihe .smum aemet-**hea" so
whish1 Vese was o emey. I halnot,
ysut advwowat eetIsThe OgbrOantes~~,
a.. now New owe .Aws xme b'-
wkkbani cewaSedA" tat thee was& "4
=minit Inl vIkthnbo553meaoh5( l
eRsousOe Am~vleleaX
ie~t gtmhatbeergarfm
toIyWaneeses Woanqi5 Iw~
wa miei vmse seagm 1


Dr.


S. J. HILUMR
ATTORNEY AT LAW




1ll heatoemkust et Sisc ts wl ssy


ATTORNEY


bid by ACKNRMAN A Vt1WAIV~

U. WImDIs0~,
-aaAi* US-
-u ~s, ~
t. WOUAOSi WSA~


tami~ ~enU~us55a ens amw0~m
-S -~
M~
,. be~ ~ en~ss6i,
a4,w~Se


I ts
hi
~a',


*'1,1" 'V '



-hol--5-


Wted 6A Now so uie, )"lab@4
pms lOMAN" m 110 pdit.
fat 6"k MIA "1e*0dp. Tsh
sowis las alumby, k~oelepingtbe"

polamd an lle with sEar.a. whtkW~

tlaft"OMA peoor pet be Wk.
cwwbhn s AiadrekysorNfew I
09100 oRNJox.ImtRLu, at the 6-9 -,
hinlion Ode"11at Old Bergen street
where you wlllAnd a full line of one
'Wines, iUpors, Deer, Cigars ant
Tobacco. de74


til


op-/,04





















I'


* 'V. *


~eIoy Coiponi~


r


6 A1IA




out a I v


183338351351
VS0292e22222


o bS nineen W0asi0 11
mistyw h

n g a bee to -ub e l
irve business #A t iout


*s.ados hadloebad as W i5 ttes .a
til of the Cbn lbe eu r fN t W^,
ingUifon, and atxded his trip o thi
elty to a- riejads.
IThepolioyof the Cua ns m e
sogatidonof the Ualled tliaaha
been outlined ebstaan etU follows:
Noappl watton 'ill be made to the
enoctive bramoh ofse taemuseim
unilon assembles te sf-feed.
bfeg hat, o iv If the Mnve uh uthori.
Mine were dispoeW so noapl e OCu.
bmaMn, ihe Mtasion would olvesuc noh
ave repoupbsilitit th th$e exM cat
nroh would desi to havb tke oo-ow
nsion ad. support of oaeMps.
Care will betoMI. also M teo th i
there Is uniformity In thesteps pro.
posed to oongrees. In Mts way the
mistakes mic ast she lt Ouben uprts.
lag will be avoided. At that time there
were no lose than 40 different Cuban
resolutions referred to the oommittes
en foreign affairs. proposWg reoogni.
lion, arbitration ud mauy other plan,
rl intended to favor Cubsa In the
end. this great diversity of proposals
porvented oan agreement on way one
esours.
Inl connection with the probable pres-
entation of tbe subjooet to congress and
6e4 executive brinrol, an interestlai
prooedens has been found in the
arobive of the state department I
involves this M gnitilo by President
Monroe, of the South and Central
Amerloan republios, when bahe broke
away from Spain. Tie Spanish mints.
ter at Wtasingtow made the most
enSt protest, to whifoh JohaQuinsy
Ads, secretary of state, replied. sata
Ien the policy of this government in
giving recognaiton.
The propostions then advanced by
Spain and the replies md by the
United asa sm e Maid to be exactly
rallel in th staments of ft to
em status of the OCuban ffair today.
President Monroe ase a Me o
earress In March 18. a whih h
iproepsd she reooanite o,at the in-
sergent govrnmense in Spahudi Aber*-
os, sina designatld, ad iolhdni
Manio, Pert. O i, Oalombia Brsil
and other oountrie.
On Maoh 9, 18tI Benor Anduap,
the tipanish minister, addressed letter
S toBlecretary Adams, expressing his s.
tonishment at the couosM e of t M e
dent. After relinga many Sao ofs
kindness 8pals had done for the United
Sttoe, the minister says:
"But even admittilg that morality
eugheto yield io policy, what is the
present state of Spaumlh Amerioa, and
what 'e lovam t s e to tte
temstorodlTioat Buea LAynsis
sunk ain the mo ompleo auarohy,
endM s da sre new dspoeprodueMd
wh to iUthe t Pern, eon-
aed rebel W y, has ar th
at sl piul a Bpeaish arsm. In
iOhWiN, on dlvidul Id go--s the 9-
0 h poopl. i On the oom, of
= IeIM, th Spanith banners we.
RT. 1 n aglu et agenerl everywhere *e
escW ist with quarrel amo" them.
Slves. lu M. ioo thd is no oawr..
meat Where, then, the oer
moe which ought io be recouled I"
Secretary Adam' answer O dated
Apr 6, 1.811. He ays he at ones laid
S the "ish ministe's letter b a ef tho
The totetw desired the friendliest r
khlou with Span. Bult in reoI nlane
the southern ountries, thOe preside
ed bn governed by faot, whios,
Mrb. Adams points out, arn qulte differ-
V t tron the fasts st forth by the is.
bi e r. Mr. AdIas lay down the gen.
O Wma poineiples gover ning th roogni.
SsaoftUSnowceoustries. Ouo ith*e
;p e of right and the othor the
i Thoem Mmytha the United
t" eIs hu oIrslry refrained from
g S part In the otastbrk Mad
daloainaed a most lamptiald* su
t b the eatestanate ha set
est a eed eta % afd h
t el me s s ftels m


As the school.year opens, attention
is"irected to the oft-repeated advice of
leading educators, warning teachers.
parents and scholars against the fearful
results of exhaustive brain work among
young people.
To thousands of girls and boys, un-
nerved by the strain of school life.
Paine's celery compound (which wna
first prescribed by America's greatest
teacher, Prof. Edward E. Phelps, M.
D., LL. D., of Dartmouth College)
has been a blessing, making them well
and Itrong, feeding the brain and
nerves, and enrlching and purifying
the blood.
The recent recommendation of
Palne's celery compound by Principal
Camp of New Haven and the equally
outspoken praise of this greatest of
remedies by ex-President Cook of the
National Teachers' Association, are
two of the thousands of such testimo-
nials from parents and teachers
throughout the country.


of SPRING
shown in I
DowN.
Fresi
just re
BOND,


South
I

Unclaim



M1 *t irubUao
al-l u del I
all namonmed 4

it J *Llllm
C.L.MY f

Europe
PURN
AC


%nw -
Cxiom
el m


H. R



Sfrei
I<


Nothing in the world so strenothees
the weak, so readily restores lost nerve
force, so surely makes the ailing and
Deevish young woman or growing boy
well and cheerful.
And for the aged and infirm the
whole world knows its wonderful cora.
tive powers. Rev. Erastus Rowley,
president of the famous Kentucky Fe.
male College, writing to the proprietor
of Paine's celery compound, ays:
"1 was for several years a sick man.
My sickness was attended with oonsti-
patton, with nervousness and laomnia,
and the least excitement would cause
palpitation of the heart. I have In
the last three or four years used sev.
eral widely advertised preparation.
Fin: lly I took Paine's celery com-
pound, and I regard it eupenor to all
others, especially if used strictly as you
direct. By using this I do not suffer
from constloation, Inability to sleep, or
from palpitation of the heart as for-
merly. lam still using Paine's celery
compound at times,. and shall take
pleasure in recommending it to others."


D has the FINESTSTOCK THE CRETONS -XiERCISED.
rG DRESS GOODS 'ever As Ue liBst soOif As ses a a es t e
idsam,-8sur Murdans.
alatka, and PmiE8 AWAY A ds, Ot ,-Dispathes rested
here from the island of Cree show thai
the situation of aftair there is very u.
h Garden Seed ..mId. any. mard n mhereety
boommittmld, and robbe7y anad other
ceived by S. E. ao,*oflawleS*SUM areof frequatoo
e sueo. A aresulte go oeraof
Osto has offemd to ress his position
sad she matter is now nndentood be be
under oouideratloa.
Its Cretan. h ve been deeply ia.
ern ExpressC0 --o ssed- ws te --Armenian troubles
rn Con noplxpress o Thele saual.
SALE OF L w"gof as, ,a
snted a leI memoraadua to thO she

ed Express MaeTurkish, admlawa'"ao-re ,
____ GREATLY INCREAID.
nHRnnHY (IVFN THAT THEI felSOhsmes 3o eIMNs wait leIp PMI.
IRN L.xPRI )COMPANY will Wah ig W eloed seas.
ALotlon, to a te highest and est
=bs, id door fom corner of WAsMue1oI OO &-T- Maw
DAY, OCTOBRa 81, 1,. gBRneal of th* UBit atee at tht
au rmatterremainaonhand of MOo6 e 61 MIOs the s0 t d 4" ptM t
ate varios oeou s ilorida mnsg tiled rln* i e t he
glllanlof ralrosdis J/TiKW.,
asst R)y, blurida Pouthern Bfly Prood is be made
soap RoeI Agn. g ooe t ry throe brUl ii

in Restaurant, asjthe4
Th" oo-l ge Im
IIHBD ROOMS, 6 poop=
ismeo.. Naa.s.wewi owtfromT


Sews. nadtutafrw isAtD OUI M K^TU^ ^q^
I sarw tm say "notus taIe we. 'm .real
L. KUPPERBUSC, .a s .. s,
o use nowu. O

. Dreggomrs .,
DOALN R I .

mh uN* 1
*1~ ~ + .Bi\ w a~


I Ilas$: m$
V11111819181gt3;

OMAVc

ISIO: a~ ..... um"M~
!~10118M


* e'.,uui.we'w.t
uua~.~s.su


$non U400
P" Ofur 801 sweI


0. C~ *~IO. ~ W



.... ...L o u
*j ~,j :1:10 u=1:2 c 40 *a


.. .. .


I Is: all:


.. .. a
lp-zu uopuas
zosupa PPAMM


*MIR S P15M


ru.
a is


JNCLE SAM'S PROPOTY.
w uefs stsa 0si0a4.* as saves
was% Aesileg is td"e Map"
IAfNW Oab t t -860& 1Co
r rnderd the deldim of the am.Qs14
me cort of thM Dsotrilett Colmtia


in two ln vaelnl title to the ia.
tomato lats and byp tgavefall aWt Os
the governmeats title to thO lands
Other ease of inportana will be de.
cided later in the day, ba tho decisions
already rendered involve the main
points nd the lanIest claims, betpg ico
suits of the hen of Dr. John Kidwell
and the Marshall hel
In both of thesema s theo court holds
that the rights of the govemumat in
thplopwry n supreme, and rats
to the ioraynmomt by theitat O otMr
land Inludod 11 the lands alon the
Potomac river within the Distrito of
Columbta. The, deolsion is of
importance tohe die u
made lands embr w headed
of aos along the r fro
FATAL TO EIGHTEEN.
is-ire" Wreakh I's Itelu(nm IitI.
0oi uawIr" Perm IiVA%.
BSUnt 0, Oct 7.-Dispatekr W
oelved he froam Wave, If miles fren
this oity, where a ollsaon betweMI a
crowded passenger traim a an eagila
ionved uBn dayrTui khow that *1
in of tNa P killed, md
that 100 peons and Bnot4 was la.


SSeverl of the wounded people m
seriowly injured tt their llve m
despaired of. Therrmr no Amoleau
among the dead or Injured. The pas-
menr train Wa just paying the rail.
road tatio a MoMty who as a
oominx from Ow0 im,#l At l aod,
collided with it ad elescoped Miof
the marriages
As Old chksh AiSIs Deswreed .
Pam.narnU A, OOt. T.-The Ablng.
don Presbyteia ehmh, the heme of
the otdest PresbyteriaI e aln tb
Metngomary oouy, and for mrefham
a a ry landmark on the old toek
lnAea muwaag ni blm adsat

ower 100 yoms agNo
lt T *a faOps ao ,


*s od"mih n a Puips.
DAMSo,. O, O4t f -Whlo dSh"esg
Iug a meeams Sundy Prnur Zuloao
L Liangetroth, the einet e NhtI
an bee sults IcUw a
w iof s b
aiao ee w s oM.
a' -e Mlli ''


Peachtree Ink,
At1a-'* dfIu^ A ", -


FlorMDIHadIqunrt ...
ACCOMMODATIONs 703400. N


Booms all on farst floor.
Good Bestaunat attached.
On theAmerlica nlaf ,a.O0tobs.00e
per day.
Boos without Meals, T7oe. to 100
$or day.,


S. G HAI; t hInk,
PALATKA, FLA., Ptlbprietor.
JOn a arwiving in Atlnta yot can
a ear at corer Madretta or tPa-
tree sttt whiob is two blolkt from
depot, for North Atlanta or rourtesId
*street yo an then about "00 I
ta ohtree lo. o.s -

The 4V riaM n








NIOW' IS TI E ie

TO %D TOUR ODli .
BUDi WOOD, .. 7.
-arn _|un b
.t T A


.1


I 2


'".rc


. ...

Wad,
A4O I

'TA


the




k UU"moo wueua


I


L

p


EL.


* .5


I


- i w~qW-r-.7


WMWGWM
.............. Imjftm Chmftim


I


s









~f4


. ,, ,.


cod, t
of the markeoA e toi
e pse io of tia e
throepxot dthe Mte;
boldlea o mt ee .r.m e
erowerb' oriastldoue adl
a nlagem to diuasell iMti.'
The brwlutloDs rel j
loeu provide tll a isne
agebtle, eod to call d faeli
tion to perfect an a l
the omnlUtte e aP pplpti 't
soeud Sale all hep wM
dhe commit, ae to 0m 0
rIl|mods As aloo to e *thO
of the rearn dod stathi e
frtaiowe of the oBeatlil B O n .
Th*i oommiUtM *sill 1
bereby suatforieos to M $i
t v ore to giotlp a busitm OI

pineof thi pmrducts.
tite thwe ren tO la ths
nation. othe time tmaor am
growirt nold load agee I
hoolod and 01
to i iMrowers. to farm lho
vi e tof he oondition of the 41
throughout the m otivty ti onst
,bay urvobtio lapoile too lWuraw
to the most avsfable points fR
pil* their 1sed1nr1t. .
i ohe thierspropoI tlo la thne
lons emplwenr the transport
coluaitte to comm0 uiMate s any
with the i rlae ams ers in 6
asik and to makeMomnee-loos. TbhLO
mittee on irnsportation consists
J. 1> Bof or Oao, G. W. Pro*
JIt, of Ls*barois eaiJob& Q. Rioswp
Oxford.

D yto e ver op to think that se
6oampvy Oer touceo a planli it to
ualbM the enate Omie.
Daid ye we Stop to blaik Ibst w
eop-ekl of oa*t not 91, &M
esV a Md of s eerd g e W
the lhoMu ,bow It' i ,
Kinga he an s s 111111
KTmet 11111 saw,
sont may b oe As ae

bbeslse thUr eU
beautiful HW* Aw Oni
words spole atf &W LAW I
i d toM of I ni o hk
t1e0wos at 1=0 011 __A 0) _-
ianto the des ot M9 h

,..,.I a .is b, t


9Iyy how meMht Pklim Basi1
maI os the lake I crowded. ever
-alHies living is homs e that wvel
- aecommodate one family com-
.he working people have reted laud
ap which they hav erected tinoo
If shomtsies with one rooa. or bave
0444ed teos.
, The irrO t Hember of the feoday
*0lool Times eaotains a mcood article
y Profenor Dr. W. M. eRmamy, of
I es, ootend, on Tie Book of
sMo the1 Ighbt of tSeees Dioveory.
In 1t flto article, Dr. RemmTy dis.
E0 f as of the pmblem that eq.
.the Steam of the Book of Aete,
prINs 9f i sI htnheatlettT
dierverlal above sroind. In
artl e givei an soomest

i Ask Minor, OrMee sad

Isyeurbompapprthatlprint# trt"
mone16t thsr aM ya wrd of tyr.
whn you a*re mrowf il; that
blnd word for you dear dead;
advrteve your town and frmn that
YOur elty a1d cmotsT I"kt
e In a thseaum d waey, and it
r 44hould patroolse.-Dally Tribune,

4 ea4 esh
.r"unot has without paur blood;
|| r, to keep well. purity yor
011tei 11 nood' aersparwU.e
"b'd. to pearoil deoiMe fa
01 *- bw a o hiw --oeg a*
E iW M iinm* 4.4 .a.. nO


#=UAL A&rIT Is *dcP1229
fte Casson oreo i. Oe...m e toO Oefts
A i..i its. Vw.fw.5one "mmd rewm Age
Set uwe~e~do to.St..maeftipied.h~
its Way saw a Shde lmieeof amk Go"e.
*r AMNO amend W".
OEaustoasIA, 0eL L -The Trades
maWN' "rm so 0 ladiaskial *"ed.
Heag eli ever doe mob for she week
ending Oct 1. skew Sheal ekes esediii
of ase aiMombs tren morarls has been
etreugekeed. by taverarbim roparm hrm
s"e madei ot Bombers low grade baeic
ire. in tawwskingabe Adding smaeke
gras eamso $be pad" Mireai
am Se sw~lismewej busliness all
see lI sesasee at esslein eke Iran mae.
women"er tin able, elena to enlarg
$be busloee,
is ftirnol eso me peweet suppitee, wash
sosin t failing 409mI predeceloor
Wilol Lasher onrsw -edeon" a
-~~~ ~ sod.e W~e rae ire
eAodag in qE~wfNeO ,an amuu
dolts" ogem better, two walk 00
w"ek General heelos.se egg,.d nad
111pni a to *he esodideun at lbe
entic eop givemo.soen- oenaa
asb repen 84 t in a~lmeSad mek
Weg to previek mepenme. zkissiag high
prieee (cc unte wer partly~fm
C Iealiats eand me into feeSbf
"shpoersaimiy efacroersop, Ocemem
pleassaf ewe tosom basseet Amisrkes blar
cropse There ten peosret bell~ie that
the werkees will flo dep~rooisam mal
Pielly durmul the $@seom. aerasea we
PashAbe $1hore is Jose 4lassasdig in.
daleom uong the plantseres lb" ee
ovar been knows.
Among Isuporemsa New indeegefe 111-
movwae or eeabMished dorling se
Wekin the Sohealm afini 11V4r1 e she
51eeetaff. eI W1e ;= ft
UNshsw~e a 01 M msAm", l
m shot.


N on e 4ret lirne
Ne tnwl etweo

New York


-- AND-


Havana


*6tVIA....


Jacksonville,

Tampa and

Key West

Railway.


Worth


Lines
Thtsuh
do*


Hea On Florida
Ask


,we a* J.s INkLW.




1^l, LL~eb*


1 14 :7z
I W
I --.

4"




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs