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: November 8, 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: VID00103
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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sppooemN roppe anithe cein
low $ a9I d madelft oews itamu
be da ts to go to Sav 14 when
i, ho.s oelvela. "He von a wow*

q pue.r plblUclalate ot1 eeAt hs n appae oolleWUo a nteg b.palees in b pp Gd
!ewp^- t soW. ni OWi wtnll rom. Caothrk's eloqnt ia.1t
dlW7o de him4 throgh oinal Ie Moi., Nov. 6.--Republic a thN a lais d g booleript f B-iaii ol the
L eol hve p 'ieett d l aon.m t is,0 lS. dumo b b ag t couldn't hear and tIw e talkof,
H*I *etlbe l age Ppbl tiet Bbs, P.bapparst wl an bm but prodded dtotMke up v
'm ority of 1000. collection moang the passeagrs in the )a tB Jh ufe
Its* tTwrt lt I 'OWA. waiting room. Clark's eloquent ao,
^ &{fdisooowe by him. through orialual Il Molau, Nov. 8.-Bepublions paB '1.4 'i!pull and his grapbio description oft-b
ESaMpOOD ta lftop tel" hire ssehoand majority about 80,00D, the "pore followw who was deaf and .a. L B. Welh
IMeantate cw(L.imptinn, have plced laale a dumb and couldn't hear and .Wk ta whleh
ha -d e le fatjlilbletie medlle torths Topeka, NMo. S.-Martin. Repub- nether," caused the coin to jingle
aga oif t a of l o amot dangerous UieelectedtC0hlf Jotice by 80,000 merrily, and soon qite a nest sum was
chai n edis ose. IDr. Vinluceat h as on majority. really to take the -mute" to Bevan-aaof s*P4
"ea s ble a wnes tha .apy e -ho spe W.8i LakeNov. 6.-The republican Fro the actos of the stranger, .
elIBish the A*t*. .-1i* p.rt|cularlitetof.-th aebt 9 th e ni bi oU A ..Pickens, the Popular depot spat.
he"-am* I UAb will ooNw TlEt R a wit supte2: hiZto beZ :post.d t baZ:msk
S mrepubu OiOcials. ,docWed to tethim. He made a con. I
.. *' i *_feyderat. of a (gentleman standing by,
S.' ." ;ao, oV. 6.-Pen Iva. ad approaching by the "mute" Mad:
T INT....,4.". 2' .'iu. riSSSq.4 R o 'I' Mgol'g to'-telephone to the P
4tf8 o ap' thoritte to ocomeo down andpull thb te 10 e 4(*
1, ,.,O fellow for begging around the depot.
It l1 positively ad ainst the6 of the
SLAB. C "-- of.t helaw
... .O.. 'W 7"ol loo ffic : rst er," sa idjbe
411 boot.of coa eor be, "aeA vhery dapr ed You
kaw. A. a ,ellowletweek o Me
ILfore not stopping quim k whben oal-
WHILE W W L* aa--)teJou of mutehp M her ert,iok yMned
'. pbell hi o al eand satd ,tryd U t le
S" audibleto se: lTbj have no right to
i' CIN L shoot& fllow for bqgng," the de o
rJeNarseyEt l's t l Kd
: 'I ', ~ Mrs. A. L. Miftohell will oeh,' ler int l,
: -.clam in voea musac next W u un pr a ehal rOWN,
...' U l democra evening at the armory. Mrm. Mitchell the old committee ."0
-goneof the"mosttalam
bo y n t a-sfma. nger"" ,.the'State and p ofe.
0URN1.ING 0000i All't 194i1atVol=te ef raM rse arnd sweetneso
amnap of teaching her
..eEoS oituull o le' lt, of atendingl 1 thi

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M' t S >' for dI or'"l i,,, ,. ;,.. ,4 T Tl W3" &OW MANUF' ..Ti I
o:u td is u W e .,I an 18 l r 'utsa Mr p IAO id, r wqwnet m-4.., whiob w,. halaid u .
A adithb libut, ptdil l* e looking a, Do.v.u i I w J.,it wVebs our owna t amterv s. a ew.
te. more cbertuland .re more hope. own saillied wooknie, Iand cnl ive yu a BETTER VALI
a tothe.tute. "Wi...thoblihbsard MONEY THlAN EVE IUV ORS TI
L.J' to iertu cire. h the bland omWe refer *' i e .IIDDEN A B 1B I PIANO, and cheerfully I lvita bS
aptt., last winner antl klld the orange comwarts*,n b
1 +, it upi. many a we)b laid plan for We are .iiwl of ike Piano that bet, ur name Yon will be proud that
4bt aIn p but I th test laid plans ol pleased to p1,emiaone. It -hir
a*. s aaeu m "gang sft a Ier," as the EBA8ItT TIRMS. ML&* BEtT PB' OB pret
4* .Ietehman said, and he surely did Jaeksonville Braoeb, El N. B BRADNAMOK and uwutil
aiM he sai square onhthe had, former 1iW. Ba) tt 'Mana.4 for. K tV"
l had iarge on,'g- groves were just --- -Inarol
'it s.g of fhe fat of the land, and W ALTE A WOD they wl b
it light it would last ilWay., but alas tVVALTER AOOD Ae
t1- bitivn breath of winter came and will oove In
. 1 t such calculations, and now the Iu A i A Ia r WOW u youTr cor""
Sa. cotton they ruined on those groves. and tough
'I here is ,enit talk of politics in this merchants, I
tc ton now anti about who will be can- Is in good h,
d,, ite" for tflices at the next election, his mOving aI
though it ib a long way of let, but the town. a
Stb ie is two things, I think, should be and get up a
a I reed on the minds of the next tlers. If tb
iprerentatives and Senators, that they they could g
sLi 1, a1 a bill to (do away with the 'ioooler" an
,n spinal colo t of records and empower fines or labo
a] justicesi of the peace to try, convict be a great hi
ao isentenct cramiuials to the extent tinier your
no% used by thec criminal court of re. legitimate as
coidi,, and thus stop so much jail ex- to some pa
pense, for his wuuid do away with go .e .. ern whose.

prijonersm yilji in jail fiom one term of
cout to another. Th se cond bill is to
pirevtct freight tinlili frtum running on
Sunday. In the S;ate of Georgia they
.have a law prohililting all trains being
run on Sunday e'.cept mail and pasa
eenuer trains, and I for one think Flor-
ida Just as good as our sister State, and
why should we not show it by our ac-
lion and by our vote, too.
But times are so hard that a man
Won't talk much. It requires too much
mertion. Hogs are scarce and money
'rear-er. So I guess we will have to
aetch flih or turtles to get through this
Nsll and winter.
't ia now and has been all this year a
Iaoblem I can't solve bow day laborers,
I mean men without homes of their
-wn depending on day wages for sup-
port, are to get along next year, for
woekof the grove men have suspended
work on the groves, consequently there
are hundreds of men thrown out of em-
Will somebody kindly solve this prob-
lem for me? Yours truly,
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
WwWa Pair Hihest Award.
Florida Sentinel: A curious
up at the United States
t week is that of a
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Perfected for 1895, continues to lead all other makes
for strength, durability, lghtness of draft and ease of
This Mower is the dulmination of over 40 years'
experience. Scnd for Catalogue.
General Agents, Palatka, Fla.


Hay, Grain, Flour, Meal and Grits
Orange Box Material. Palatka, FIl.
alAlso. General Agents for Tedders, Hay Rakes, Binders and Materia

A rumor is afloat that H. M. Flagler
will erect at Miami a 1,500 room hotel
in the near future.
How's This ?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHuzaE A Co., Proprietors,
Toledo, Ohio.
We, tbe undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
Stranactioni, and financially
out any obligations made
olesale Druggists,
Toledo, Ohio.
Taken inater-
the blood
the system.
by alldrug-

at Ocala
Lrke re-

Bucklon's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Oute,
I:ruises, Sore Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup-
'ions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
Perfect satisfaction, or money refunded
price 25 cents per box. For sale by
Ackerman & Stewart. druggists.
l3WHaving resigned the offie of tate
Attorney, I have resumed the pmoUte
of law In all its branches.
W. H. Wrn.
Office, No. 1 Shelly Building, oppo-
site Court House. Palatka. Fla.

L D. ] TON, M. D.
Omnz-FPar BLoc. rALAT A., FLA
Residence-Corner Main and First St.
Oftie lour-to0 a. m.,itoS p. m.and70a
9 m. bundare-l to
tieats from distance oan be treated thr&rc
the mI. Offoe ousultatJon fre. an
Houses of all kinds
to Rent or for sale.
Thos. H. Keating.
Lemon Street.,

L ues mle ellarrealli"

ealus wass work
Pt up6 XOW, Pt nSIft
Do thetetes, a"d AWio
ksp to "ki- le a.
r peopldeo el ha jA t #
i to sive r 10,O0or 01,oO
oper wmufa work tar the
object ia to Asit the town

for all it is worth, hoping to mase a
little money out of them. Any manu-
facturing concern that is of value 'will
not stop in its selection of a location
because of the failure of the people to
grant a gratuity. In fact, money would
not induce them into a poor location.
Its the money they can make nla their
business, they an after and nothing
eise, and thevery faet of their ikine
public aid is a, onumeion of weakness
that ought to oat a shadow of eans-
picion over a ne at onceU.
I would as eoon think of pftlig up
empty boxes and barols In front of
my dwelling howe to announce that I
was a meant a to plsat orange trees
In my yrad wbhn I mde my living
from the products of an orange grove.
There m vatleties without number of
batiul forget treeam in this conty,
that if pleated in our yards will add
greatly to the beat and comfort of
our homes and will grow without oul-
tivation in grassy lawn, that ,I much
prettier than a sandy yard.
The women of Massacbusett are
wide awake for the right of uffrage.
They want the whole earth. They arm
not satisfied with spanking our presi-
dents, judges, congresmen, saentore
and all other officers of this govern-
meant, both big and little, and cuffing
them about In their minor days, but
they want o retain their grip and be
able to swear and bet on elections,
spit tobae o julce, to vote and fight,
talx politics and well round like the
men. Well, Iray,let the poor dear
have their way. O'ly think what a
happy time it will be for the candidates
to go round eleotlloeering, kissing and
aqeezstg fair "Lodauee" of this coun.
try for their vteal The Uiaeachu.
seats girls knew what they are about!
E. S. Hubbard has gone to Connec-
ticut to vislt his father, who is very
sick and not expected to recover. -
Friday night John Wilson wont
poesum hunting and killed Afve poe
some. And thbl reminds me that one
night last week Mrs.J J. announced
along in the middle of the night that a
possum was kllog one of her hens
and wanted 1. V. to get up "right
away god kil it." J. 1, demurred; he
wanted to now "what nla thunder he
eared tf very basted chehtae in the
wbhom sab oe wae ki;. but: Mrs.
s. P. aemelted, d, x r:d A 'r,. I.
. got up. a. ta pea and
aim ats, w A ob-,se L- pa"
-e anythingg or sol I reeeu-
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o: oA tbepatarpr of travel and rob Jacksonville, --- -.. -
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TK&.TLA. NOV. 8, 18M.

The Jury of Awar'd of the Atlanta
S 1polition, a body composed of some
ef the most distinguished men lo the
sanstry, among whom are Daniel C.
susman, president of Johns Hopkins
nil' vretv;ei Vies-President Stevenson,
S on. J. M. L. Curry, secretary of the
Peabody educational fund; G. Brown
Good, of the Smithsonian Institution;
resident McBryde, of the Viiginla
Agricultural and Mechanical College,
and others equally eminent in art,
selence and education, has just issued
a very strong endorsement which has
been given to the press of the country.
The address speaks in words of high
est praise of the nAtional government
exhibit, showing the development of
agriculture, forestry, mines an' mineral
wealth, fisheries and fish culture, the
protection and promotion of commerce,
the education and civilization of the lu
dian and the cucouragement of inven-
tion. They cail attention to the civic
prile displayed by the citizen, of At-
i nts, aud to the varied and iuexhaust-
ible resources of the Cotton States as Is
shown in their comprehensive exhibits.
The interested co-operation and social
ki tercourse that is promoted is spoken
of as an admirable sign illustratiu, the
good will and fraternity now prevalent
awong the citizens of our united re-
penile and thie establishment of symn-
i .1.. those who have been
widely separated is mentioned a.s be.
leg a direct result of the exposition.
The important contributions made to
4 the *xpos.ion by the women and the
innumerable illustrations of skilled la-
bor receive their due portion of praise.
Attention is called to the exhibits that
illustrate the progress of education
and science, and the advancement of
the colored population in Intelligence,
industry and enterprise.
In speaking of the exhibits made by
the different systems of railroads the
SJury says:
We believe that the permanent good
*if an exhibition of this kind will be
manifested in the improvement of pop.
1lr intelligence and industry; In diffu-
atea of correct standards of taste and
skill, and in more accurate knowledge
lespecting the natural resources and
characteristics of the different parts of
Or own country. For example, the
collective exhibits made by the South.
ea railroads and also by the Seaboard
Air Line, and the Plant system of
Florida, bring out in vivid outlines the
advantages of the legions through
which these ralroHds are constructed.
The Improvements in the railway con-
mctions of Atlanta with Chicago, New
, York, New Orleans and Florida, are
t permalMnt contributions to the pros-
parity of the country.
The people of this State are to be
eapratulated on the beautiful and com-
pMfhentasv exhibit of West Florida that
th$ws up very advantageoualy the
toay and varied iterests of the Land
o1 Flowers. This exhblut is beautifully
arnUged, and is a special object of ad-
Iattion to all whovisit the exposition.
2% the l1on. W. D. Chipley, of Pene-s
eola, s due much of the credit of this
Mterpnme, which will, no doubt, be the
GqaMs of bringing to this State thous
a1ils of Northern visiTtors, who other-
wHle would return home from Atla'ita
gi bfl t visiting Florida.

Mi C Onnelo Vanderbilt will pay
INte 1 m lions for a duke. This is a high
pl e for royalty when it ts considered
1Wat two klap hav beeii town to be
*tund by p le of bits of card-
small spot on each.

1 4petle st*el of edluhgr the
l diWspteh frolm Cuba 'ay cause
l 0v6"i060et to believe it is
t I ,1beullon, but in the
i lergets are gaming
Tbe anda me dS.


vantg, ad ihM 4 1 all1te
should not be iierpts iWt the statiis.
meat man by him l hisa peech to
this city lest Meoday nlgt that "one
hundred a forty of the one hundred
and fity newspapa in Florida wor
bribed and eurboned by thi !silroad
to work for the destruottion of the in-
terests of the people," we altogether
unwarranted and unworthy of a man
of Senator Cal souid' judgment,
knowledge and fairness.
The geat body of editors and news-
paper publishers in thi Stete, as else.
where, are honest and honorable; they
are high-toned gentlemen, who, for
small compensation, are doing more
for the advancement of civllleation and
education in art, science and Chris.
tianity than all the national legisla-
tures that ever convened. There are
exceptions to all rules, but editors
scorn a bribe and a briber. As for the
so-called free pass, that of the editor
ist paid for in advertising, at very low
rates, and is an entirely different
thing from the legislator's pass, for
which the railroad receives no remu-
neration other than class legislation.
The Cuban Union League Club will
give a picnIc at Ballast I'oint on the
lOth lIst., the proceeds of which will
be devoted to the fund for the wounded
Cuban sol(ilers. An Interesting pro-
gram has been arranged, includingath-
letic sports, bicycle, foot and horse
races during Lhe day, a grand ball in the
pavilion and ayrotechnic display at
uight.-TampaT Timers.
The Cuban day celebrations, the
great mass meetings that are being
held in almost every city in the Union
in the interest of Cuban liberty and the
innumerable resolutions of sympathy
for the patriot, insurgents, are very
gratifying to all friends of liberty in
the American republic, nearly all of
whom earnestly desire bhe freedom of
the Queen of the Antilles from the
yoke of Spanish tyranny, yet it is clear
to any close observer that one Cuban
entertainment of the kind It is proposed
to hold at Tampa on the 10th lnst. Is
the sort of sympathy the struggling
Cubans are in need of.
A rehash of the Declaration of Inde-
pendence is good enough in its way,
but the homely adage that "money
talks" is a truism that is as applicable
to great revolutions as to a horse trade
or a political convention. Modern
warfare is very expensive and cash
contributions are the best means to
bring about a realization of Cuba libre.
Eugene Debs threatens to make a
tour of the country when his term of
imprisonment expires, beginning with
Texas. It may be necessary for Gov-
ernor Culberson to call another extia
session of the legislature.
Not long before his death the poet
Longfellow told Hezekiah Butterworth
one evening in his library how he came
to write "The Psalm of Life," "The
Bridge, "xcelilor," "Hiawatha,"
"The Old Clock on the Stair." and
some of his other great poems. Mr.
Butterworth has now embodied the
evening's talk in an article on "How
Longfellow Wrote His Best-known
Poems," which The Ladies'j Home
Journal will publish in its next number.

is what you need
when your liver
becomes inactive.
It's what you
when you take Dr.
Pierce's Pellets;
they're fre, from
the violence and
the griping that
come with the or.
dinary pill All

preferable. For

d bowe thee
coated pills are
They g, sbqut *
sa easy and t*Wui wZ

- f ths ntvem- .ti, i
hMd of *"a ft" Oi wr
ahmBd dy the e me tae4h haMa
that the m-o tof hailli estian
are eat, adoate the o6 a ruatloet of
trUnts, eaOpolls ofad a ee pt .
tes, of spols th9 hW l aamw -e
Iepublian pa ty in. He th irtyth-
yate of extnoem In early iver
istaethe ne ltiofthe slatedleotlen
hinged on ltor aan aid In feAweas
ws there atr party light, t com-
Olloated with coaitions and factional
Ib Marland the Republican victory
was nothing ore than a vigorous up.
rislag of voters rrepectiveof party to
free themselves fom the dictatorship
of Gormanu, who h o long ruled that
Sate with the Iron scept of a despot.
In Kentucky the Democrats made the
fatal error of placing a free silver can-
didate on a pronounced gold stand-
ard .platform, and with lackburn
waging war on Carlisle and Carlisle at-
tacking Blackburn the result was no
Despite the strenuous effort& of Re-
publicans, Reformers ansi Independent
Democrats, the Tammany, or regular
Democratic ticket carried New York
City, but with a majority too small to
save the State, which is always Repub-
lican without strong aid from tbl city.
A union of Republicans and Popu.
lists brought about Democratic defeat
In other States. Now that business is
reviving and a new era of prosperity Is
dawning, this last -named party, always
a calamity party, will have no longer an
excuse for further existence.
In surveying the field the conclusion
naturally presents itself, that the Dem-
ocratic leaders learning wisdom from
the mistakes o this year will so con-
duct the national campaign of 1896 as
to Insure a triumphant victory.
The rivalry that has existed so long
between St. Paul and Minneapolis s
duplicated in the Ifght for supremacy
between Crescent City and san Mateo
as will be seen from the followingfron
the San Mateo Item; "Theb onsus
taker paid San Matpo a visit this week
and checked us ups 41 as againIt oes.
cent City' 8m02. We're doing well and
if Crescent City don't look out we'll be
A Liberal Propaoltie.n
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edited by Rev. Irl R. Hicks, the re-
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this, each subscriber is given a oopy of
Hicks new Almanac toe 1896. The Al-
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Can Now Work aurlm Hoy
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Every NI t Ie LIE.

Sleep Is one of thl things that canot
be put of from anght tonlgh. .
The punishment for eleepleasnesi
worse than pain. t mneasna shattered
mind. It often happen that a sudoes
streM of work or anxiety robe one Of
the night's rest. The effect is soon
apparent in thelanguor, headaches and
listloesnes that eoase.
If rapid and abundant means are em-
ployed to repair the exhanusted parts the
serves regain their elastilcity. But if
an unnatural privation of the brain the
whole nervous system becomes undone,
and prostration results.
Thousands of men strutlling under
great responsibilitile or tedious work,
anxious, overworked mothers and
wives, abop gIrls, who are forced to
stand on their feet all day long, have

little diuealty nl convincing their
friends of the remarkable power of
Painel celery compound to restore their
enegry. renew their vigor, and make
them strong and well.
Here li a letter from Mr. Max Bare-
heim the well known prleidentand ma-
nager of the Cnlcinati Freil Presse
Company. Mr Butghelm writes:
"The following statement may te of
Interest. I have been suffering from
sleeplessness, insomla,for Many years
and although I have tried almost every-
thing to get poured, consulting the bust
physicbala,and ven going several times
to Europe, everything was in vain.
"I did not bave a night's rest for al-
most six years, that is to say, I could
not sleep for tro hours In accession
in a single night; you can easily imsa-
e what the effect on me had been.
"After spending a fortune In trying
for relief I had given up almost all

hope, and when I lirt read about
Palns' celery compound I did noL have
mh faith in anything. But after
havt used so many emedles and
oealited so many phbstlana ain this
country ald abroad I felt like giving
the compound a trial. The result wa
.dy 84 eigh t at ai,
mi o that I t sid P"ne' s
eec mndsy -u lotnla issto
if and l sI = A'id *i

watM eltoiplovl i .I
snes h bed to 1 rlI
of the promthWit-M e

theMn *** cipe, les il i
rated toiprnoi toain i s ly
almoereswhohbed o B
should not belong to a l
thea societies, i nthAy Wiae
rlolpe oprle andp guie.edtot
agelost Ood and the Bible. r
It must appear to t oanu a W i
that the editor la ommded with a
deane tog of Ignorance, tor eyn one -, i
of the prominent nor soeietees isAeli
ballt upon the principles of etvidatlo yo 3ll
and Christliity, and lan every oson&e V "
KluxJohn bhas vmiited had the Bible de t f
for its rule and gide. wevetlo
If the chbrohora church b leon a de l dep% '
line the cause is within its owRi dm. weteiNe, N(i
[f it has-not the qualities which go to gabwerag a
make a true Christian, ties it met poa ti
and shbouldgo down. Klan John we ta i
told by a newspaper man while 4k the StY W-M
north that the male aow osed at the U104011i '
churahs of his towp wb a not d ofm e wei h sl S
than S per ant. "It is patent, eld f saitat
he, ,that the cburchet has b e own la se an
maecullne during the lat delead." If
this be so'lt l lslngit power to I er#
teret, to d estate, to eleia e ethe hb-,
was me*, ond Is mks W le' wu
where. The foundation of uIoe s roh g4tea o
is the promise of s teral life. What W
does it cost to secure this prome, not
In filthy lucre alone, what are all the th- U- l
elements necery to secure a life b e. le'li l
yond the rver, sa now opposed by the
church It as a bundle of Impose- sef w had
bitiers unattainable by mortal&. If the i
church be on the decline tis la btoaue Bef. Mr. lM
It ias turned out of the theological bl attlM att'
camp men who proftes a more liberal pp b
and a more e oabli o eatmeietion of W
the plan of salvation. boamwr i e-
peaa the meas old story of pest ab.
meats, both natural and utmentlul;
beola s ailte aohse power tres w
dta. Got, a pow e tha i mi e ,im e,
His works; because It teol a. ba ho
taRoaer eXlated; becausee ,t tleaba
that It s the only avino pe'W n t rat
can* it tiSaoha uaohntat a .i ~t'.
sendg million to othel tt who i i
desvi U poor b rse ig e i. 3.
doon. t ihe church bhe e oU le
It to because it no ket fed4 tha MS
prqur food-hope-love-4%e. %Wa,
t oeooeties ths;hav th quality ies11
as t confes" its own wakn 'i
prove that it It e narrow, Ieonad *
sellsk and bigoted.
Kill John has koewn eod slee.tiSO
"arramil through (Web, ms iobw
tuoms, reveries saes and deahi
to otest and support the *idow to
shield the a tle r W Ted i
the drukad, toredseabi ge3
to place hi in homo a =estoB
.*uMNMt h(i u"m I .1. A*I h *n*SW. B" i"_

A l Setlon to VCemdl.
Bomn isesmat recently out and
dl thdMe rope on the f tATff on
ble aool billding No. The
Oq wa eeuanrd thawgh the efforts of
Oharile Beymoursaal Harry Holoomb,
two of the students, and the whole
Mhool hl MtUrally v ry Indiguant
bo.ttheaffalr, Tofi g isofgrooO
qialtyand expensive materialand as
testaff also damaged it hoa seen
soageted that the itcy defray the
mal expense of maing the MooMMry
A New Rm See.
Mr.0.. ( O mrtt, ieowmry of Lees-
su p ortaed the dau a tore of Dr.
4m"ah as the coMn of Laesm nd'
tkMe. xtoeis ImpioV*e
meetI vTe bee umd0 and th toeok
Mr. dM6 to rp ir bls eto
andIt IsBmoed 1.l d .1
Isptmleat hofts kru d
umvalioty Mr. Garrett. who se (
,,slhai phaWms, will, no detbt
M WO e thU pstum e hi venture do-

lwo Lves Savd
o ncl' Mrs. Phabe Thomas, of Junction
e ,,., was City, Ill., was told by her doctor she
sa Baa uaM s bhad u mptto and that there was
iln, ofIe so hope for ber, bat two bottle of br.
Sa, d King's New Leovery completely
t p,&d d.dae, MWa sh u, It avad her
MAfe. Mr. "tas. ., tes 189 Florida
SSt. 'a hanelsoe, sudered from a
was Ia the dre1adfl eel*,uchong Coump-
o mmht oes, t.iWdI nM o trmt everything
ont-, b. mu oe"m M bottle of Dr.
N ,St s'N wv y Do, Mand in two
i 11, r .d He, laas ucis naturallyw
seaaf. l I which
Sp aIpat these are amples, that prove the won-
ofinedlolue tIn
ata rg @r*

ire~te oflp. U
mteA Ususe ~ee

0 twoepSt

U^^s^^^ Ijss^la anta*
rest was
2dtdie 4 erth BrMt-
*'wmdl Nthe s tet$ dto-
SM tda Iran of und'n.
Woora e4 by a large *ad

lar4 AMwby Ron. B.
P. Ctoin tIs wr leaadtrn spefeh,
la 10" h" Ap s 11001r0 Was
fpieed eI t. bl*ev ofhIs to mIy,
1aM e t't al, e friend f the

Mr. Old iig. isspeeh by saying
aethat *M be e tour was to
pay w Mps4* h Was duo the
peple4by a pi W sevnutand to keep
It tobwOh M the drift of public
opinion. His tour had been a yerw
gratifying one, aad he found the pen
pie of fPorida cUanimou in the opgm-
lonua ho rnoruted. He t hen rew a
nolctre, woeful ln the extreme of the
state of affairs l thli country, op.
pressed by trte ad oorporatUon,
ground into the dust by the iron heel
of monopoly, and wanted to know how
long this reego oouald exist under
the euxhig monopolies. Whie
prophecyla the disruption of the
Union and the extermination of the
government he exclaimed: "While this
country is the richest in the world in
the aggregate, it is the poorest In the
individual." Ie reiterated his aser-
tions that civil war must come, and
that no republic can exist where
seventy men own 18,000,000A00. "This
wealth,' he contilned, "Is in lelgila-
twve ftancbles, made by law. It is the
privileges of c'as legislation. Mo-
nopoly Is i -nasl Ip this country
than a phUd itu a monarchy.
It to a svaid of the dopolusm of
Iuwp vea o kgomws.,l.
BCo Uo-w*t o t explain that
thibe Imeee f k* wn4,ld ever
uthlgn otH M y. th edwMih
to helnsh'd Am oha-m jdMt what

ll u eah. h

petlon oIn tie teeopy aa.

madbo mention t e (rMAowhich
P rof. s ons s ai wasanlly ox.
pedld In givingifre ene s to the
lewsaesp. e eThes eventy Men an.
nUally ooeelltd fr i n umportation
0eo0, o,000o iead abe what was
right ad jutt. Q hetmOat p.r piU,
he declared w u stieada were
ended Ito ito t -fe, wo i
he madeoa Ataby t ao the Oat
eteestag the) O~apfte aby the
floridea Sat tea f city
tat pract0 ldly Phqisl
.and spoke I t ord mof t ,

of loe. Job Sherao tSWhe 319
pbilean leader ftm Ob 1e1 at.
lashd th legisate of her m age,
omp ed a the leae tVIdIe 0tap!pr

t tr e u and e la as moUh
111s lleas fOe. Thee
sBrtelle d On the
Nile t M ota

sne re"ll them with several
aom. This g M thefirst visit to
hs section, they hae made the price
of admiaslon the ame a usual, and no
biger. The free street parade will be
gander than a halt edown sesuch howv
ae those sometimes traveling under the
asme of arouses. Sells Brother will
visit all the leading Southern clUes this
seeaon, and Invite the discriminating
conslderation of the intelligent public.
That they will receive liberal patronage
is firmly believed, and that they will
win good opinion there is no reason to
doubt. Wait and see their magnificent
free street parade at 10 a. m. exhibi-
tion day. dee the vast city of TESTs
(the largest in the world) and the
prodigal profusion of prinncely para-
phernalla, then decide whether or not
you want to see the largest, grandest
and best exhibition ever in Pflatka,
Tuesday November 12.
bells Broe. are truly the pioneer
showmen of America, and promoters of
all up-to-date amusement ideas, the
absolute and sole owners of all the
stock, railroad cars, animals, caces,
chariots and tents, renting no privt-
leges. free from any and all objec-
tionable featuresi no games of chance;
no hambugs, which so frequently ac-
company circures for the purpose of
fleecing a guileless public. No exag-
geration, everything exactly as adver-
tied coming on the own special
trains of railway caL. 12 mammoth
tents, 1,000 people, 600 horses and
ponies, three nng circus fifty cage
meageries Rome hippodrome races.
elevated theater stages, Australian
aviary, ArabIan caravan, and don't
min seeing the spectacular street pa-
4geat at 10 a. m. on exhibition day.
1ietal grand holiday excursionq will
iun on railroads and steamboat lines at
ndeed ates.
It won't oat anything to ask the
dealer to show you the BUCKSKIN
8BB31SCB. Look them over-look
at the double seas, and how the but
tome are fastened. If they are all
right so far ulek them out and try them
on. You can fln a fit. After all this
doa't you think they'd be orettv good
pants to work in? You'll find out about
the wear part when you're worn them
for months.
When a person is losing fesh and
wastig away there is ease for alarm.
Nothing so worries a physiela. Con-
sampives would ever die if they
e d rgapin their wunal weight. In
fee there would be no eenmption
If tBeM wenowt of the
ter. nTeoaeof thi i of fledi is
a talre to properly dieet the food
ea6. wlistuthsoof oll or disease
dato beek to some dernemeat of
T-m i Di Otiv Cardial will

S e am owr eboo

AM bssITI~M W. MH LL, Sp. 1.
Roed's aresparllsa, taken at the
season, will make you feel strong and
vigorous and keep you from sickness.
Lvux WAnT Coven BArtsM has no
equal asa remedy for Coughs, Oolda,
Influesoa Brooehitli and all diseases
of the Throat and LuiW. Made only
by ELB Dond Co.. Baltimore, Md.
For sal 6y Ackerman & Stewart, Pa.
latka. FPA.L
Colored suffrage In South Carolina
has been knocked into "innocuous des-

puas rW
Ptey fiait' sy dl the ,

fremse of leNt w. t .

isWighobe, tha t th6*04,b t--
eas who ow o sk
will eor the paper with .

Mr. Those. eatleg, wh T
parmcs of ral e ha
shows hisfaith m the
of the a it. Hims o aeaYs
oupqrsd Ia petn a

Considerable I interest was
n the delinquent tax sale, wbM ==i
p lae thot Modary in front of th i
hou, ad a lare number of
from bat of town were prment.
r i

What is

Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's predritmton t nlabnts
sad CbUldren. It oontasns neither Opium, Merphina nor
ether Nareotie substance. It to a harmless suite
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing syrupe, and OCater OIL
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty yea7sw u by
M oUions of Mothetr. CautoriadestroaWgovm dmlUa -
vewribnee, CvMtorla prevents veoitlag Se r a. 4
esm Diarrhce sad Wind Collo. Catoria relieve
teething troubles, Uares eoatluat oa sad fiatulme.
CVtorfla assImlate the food, regulate the Mtmeeh
and bowels, giving healthy sad atral sleep. Cmea
tori sto the ohlldren's Pasaesa the Mother*s Prime&

l'eimuds saae&ea S2ed&talme Wfeeel-
da.M eIdue have nieaepodi, 5.4meat It.
ande4" upon mih dk lldn.
beL 0.0 oem..
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wwh I bm aeqmok"& I bothe b no.
far whmm bfmwd~Mooddeflbsree
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wry -ter aaetoS a as wi theA
oi gne ell upon i t
jab| 5at she aeusute s through may brain,
d tou sMiedow Swims boared 1' I oried. leaplh roem an*
a ,awm windmmane. 'The captalin'sgot 'lowaial,'
Walo ~lu ffitb remarked that devil's imp of a dru-
= soW. mer boy. Without heeding this breAh.
,.-Dr. T eni .of discipline I eat for EBudea. In a
few words I whispered my idea to him.
DEFENSE OF DAMLI. He caught my idea at on. *,pta.'
S-he oriled, 'youwm a #aiens, a marvl
a'- However, it is not for me to repa
'n was sultry in the smoking room. the compliments, perhaps ot al teth
e nM thing the wether was hct, for undeseevd, he paid my resoue.
another, the oommodor bahd just flsh- "With his help I wound the telegraph
ad a yarn. Markham always maintained wire round two oannona, eone-tn ev-
th"t the atmosphere became sulphurous ery two guns with a spool ofat w la ois
after the commodore had recouted a iwawep eted eight p on
personal reminiscence, but then he wu as land side of the fort and six commanding
given to euaggeration. Still we felt the bty. Thane the wires mfrmee n
gratefualthat the story had paed of wbmHa dsaouhadriggsd up nS.snat
without the Intervention of a thunder- machine of his own devising.
bolt and et gasping relief and credulity. "We had hardly completed our work
Then Mildmay, from sheer nmevowmas, when might fell. 'Yo are sure they
I believe, not from any desire for a me haven't any muaakts' Budsao mid to
eurrenoe of the Ananlas episode, tired s before we separated for the night
up the coloneL The cokml was siting W I anleld. 'y sasm
behind a big cheroot, evidently inball- and knives.' 'Thn it ought to be all
nlg a kettle wherein to cook the com- right,' he marmsend 'but how about
theships?' 'leI'settle the aniggersiAM,'
modore's cabbage. I replied. 'Suafcient for the day are the
"Wonderful escape that, sir l" mid motions thereof.'
Mildmay, addressing the ooloneo "With these remarks he left me, and
"Yes, sir. We in the ervioe ina the I st ila my powder magazine awaiting
old days, before it became a School for events. The hours crept by very slowly.
step dancing and cirous riding, used to I tingled with excitement, for I knew
have experiences which the country nev. the neot hour would determine our fate.
er heard of. Adventures were common At length In the pitoby darkness the
as bilberries, sir, in those day. Gad, drummer boy, with his only eye glow-
air, a British uldior in those days ing in the blackness like a carbuncle,
thought no more of walking 1,000 miles whispered softly, 'Captain, they're oom.
through the enemy's country than you ing I' Still I waited.
do of step dancing round the park. "Then in the deathlike itillness a yell
"Probably, sir, you've never heard of broke on the startled air. I knew the
the defense of Fort Damli? No, sir, I crucial moment had come, and 1-1
don't blame you, sir, if you have not pressed a button. There was a whirring
heard of a feat of arms which preserved sound. Then all was quiet again until so
half a eoutinent for her majesty, God cheerfrom mymenrang out and I knew
blhn her We've all heardof suppressed that all was well. Seizing my club I
dispatchesaand Ingratiludein highplaoes hurried out into the darkneW. Every-
lest the feather bed step dancers should thing was as dark as-as the war offoe
be replaced by men. -and the fort was deserted.
"lt was in-never mind thedate, sir, "ust outside the gate I stumbled
and nevermind the place. If Imention- forces a body. I turned it over with my
ad the a, you would recall the episode, foot It was a nigger in full warpaint
nud it is not for me to boat by telling and unarmed. Than I knew that my
the full extent of the services itwas my plan had succeeded. Hurrying forward,
godd fortune to render this country. whither a dull thud, varied by an oooa-
"A foreign power (no, air, I will sional groan, guided me, I found my
mention no name-damme, ilr I I hope gallant Bombardiers clubbing for dear
I know my duty better than to rekindle life-for the bayonets and barrels of
iteorbational complioations) had stirred their miuskets had been removed by my
up the niggersagaist us. I was in om. orders-among a scurrying crowd of
xtand of Fort amli, ir, at that time, evage.
.with a handful of men-a mere handful "Well, sir, we banged and banged
-but men, sir, suooh as your dancing until w could no longer raise our arms,
schools do not tra out nowadays. As day broke I ordered the drummer to
"Fort DamU is built on a prmontory beat to quarters. He was nowhere to be
running out M Into the sea and is only found. Shouting to my men, I bade
Sg at-able from one side. The nigger them retire to the fort. Then the sun
had massed all their forces in the plain rose, and what a sight met our eyees
in front of the fort. Twenty thousand of Every cannon in the fort was studded
them, air-or rather, uas I wish to guard with spean and knives ais thick as a
against exaggeration, I will say that I pudding is of plums, as close as a pin.
counted 10,808-a-swarming over the cushion is of pins.
plain thick as eheese mites in a Stilton. "What had happened will be obvious
"I had 98 men all told, including a to you, sir. By the telegraph wires and
one eyed drummer boy, but we laughed an electric battery in tie powder maga-
at them, sir. Whenever the niggers zine I had turned all my cannons into
came at the fort, we loaded our big guan electro magnets of 40 horseliwer. Con-
with broken bottles, bedsteads, war of- sequently as aoon as the enemy were
flee regulations, which was about the within range I turned on the current.
only thing they had supplied us with Every steel weapon In the hands of the
from home, and wowed them down by niggers simply whirled out of their
the doans. When they reached the walls grasp and stuck like horse leeches to my
my boys, giving them cold pig, took tea magnets.
with theniggers. "The absence of the drummer boy
"I lsed to sit on the powder maga. was soon explained. As, against my dis-
mine, smoking a cheroot, as comfortably tinct orders, he had been wearing a
as I'm doing now. Gad, sir, how it all hanger when I turned the current on, he
comes book to met That little devil of flew against the nearest gun and stuck
a drummer used to nip out after the there as a C.O. doesto a decoration. It
Aght and mend hbi drum with nigger,' took six men to haul him off.
:ekins. After about a fortnight of it we "Then, in the joy of victory, a sad-
ihad the niggers piled up three deep fac. den dread came upon me. How about
lig the fort, the three nmn-o-wart The foreign
"Well, we had held that fort for power ought to have landed its myrmi-
seven weeks-no, damtme, let's be ac. dons by this time. Surged by my ap-
Scurate, for 48 days-and we looked like prehensions, I hurried to the seaward
holding it for eeven years, or until there battlements of the fort. There, in the
wasn't nigger left to come on, when gray dawn, a strange sight met my eyes.
Sone afternoon, it was about half past 4 "Nailed tothe cruel rocks tothewesat
on Feb. it-I'm not likely to forget ward of DamU lay those three men-of.
1at date in p hurry-Lieutenant Simp. war, hopeless wrecks, buffeted by the
rnsai the Bombardiers, my nubaltern, waves against the grinding crags. What
oeae to me and said: 'It's allp, sir. had happened was simple enough.
We haven't a round of ammunition left, DamUn, sir, it flashed acrser me In an
and the niggers are preparing for a gen- instant. The force of my seaward mag-
ral assault tonight.' He was a brave nets had been moh that it had deranged
man, was Slmpkins-fell afterward at the oompases of these vessels. Follow-
feringapatam, out clean in half by a l g their distorted guidance, they had
cannon ball-but be looked a bit scared run ashore on the reef westward of the
Sheo. fort
1 'Ii that all?' I said offhand. 'Then' "Even a I watched I saw a boappush
we shall have some fan with the bayo- off from the wrecked flagabip. At oaoo
Sa. I am nirprled as you, sir, for re- I doind the graceful uniform of my
rt snh a trwe.' After this rebuke regiment, the Munchausem's Own, as
u, red away, when the little drummer the service loudly termed it, and daw
i Mleas am into me inb hb excitement, p my gallant g in platoon to aw*it
,** 'Oaei,' said he, sadtlng-I was our vauquiahed feo. A tll ier,
_. i i1 6' loct Ii, with a ,iar, Bi id i f
U U ..i.siwas lasI "' field mail,' aid he, hewlagt
.' 4 e~ thee. frtp standing os me with a grace that hlm4 so dense
ewh weaa g prin- of blood sytl, '2wa.l te iir,
,trnudim aS ir tha when 'Not Seh maseka.I, miLad '
amPnr y Sebss thant eptgagS the swordas ailprl tfi i
.2iS n o ie moods ashiag in its ult, 'eer al
si., tha, for alt of her mtesty's 'l' o
;. Asnei Mii *OMBnl O a ka t
toIi keA p to highaM. tesmila a
ha y eSd cbase have we sga
W S^ '^S T~d~l~Ibai aet aI yilll^~~

removed her business to 110 IuLA
STREET, Jacksonville, la., where she
hopes to Increase her stock. All mall
orders promptly executed.

Fresh Garden Seed
just received by S. E.

The U. S. Oov't Reports
sxaw Royal Baking Powder
superior to ll others,
Quickly cures Coughs and Colds
Peek's drug store, corner Second and
Lemon streets.

A full line of BUDDED ORANGE,
on sour roots; true to name, from
three to five feet high; straight and
verythrifty, being on finelyoung stock,
No better trees in the market, and
prices very reasonable.
Address, W. F. REB D,
Beat Florida Nurseries
Diayton Island, h&.
Or D. M. KIRTBY, lt& Fla.


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irsteede wk W 0 Mo U ,
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peak" w, a, j apo g e
derabl, jut aad dsal
a be 4vlaer ,I., '.,. *
A OMe MXI X. i.
As I have been asked hew mchk
hler the r"ta n tla J. T.4 I. W.
and Jacksoanvlle, I take 1greatqpleMre
la takiag this opportunity of farlbi-
iA you the fellowlag rates im sbA
laths to Atlanta and retura, which ar
no highe than via any other route,
and gives you oboMe of three routes
from JacksnoaIle, via:
F. 0. & P. and Southern; leave lacJ-
oevItlle7?ti0 o. and 6.0 p, 1,4 ar-
rive Allat 8* S p. a. ad .M a. a.
Day train carries through caOhes,
night train through deeper,
Second route, va Plait System and
Tifton; leaves Jacksonville 8 .m. and
6.90 p.m.; arrives Atlanta 8:0 p.m.
and 7:45 a. m.; through sleepers on
night train.
Third foote, via Jacksonville and
Savannah. Ticket sold at $16.80, rate
only via Savannah. Below are rates
via above routes:
Sell Tuesdays and Thursdays, good
for ten days, 8.95, round trip; sell
t very day, good for twenty days, 119.80
round trip sell every day, good unitl
January Bh, 1865, $16.80, round trip.
J. T. K. W. trains leave Palatka
at 4.45 a. m. and 4 p. m., connecting
with above trains.
Yours truly, H. E. DICKENS,
Ticket Agent, Union Depot.
Becoming convinced that the authori-
ties in all of the Southern States were
determined to prevent the Corbett-
Fitzelmmons prize fight, its managers
have declared it off much to the relief
of most of the people of the country.
With the announcement that the fight
will not occur, Corbett makes the state-
ment that he will retire from the ring.
While the "sporting" class have been
watching the movements of the backers
of Corbett and Fitsilmmous in Texas
and Arkansas, Jack Dempsey has been
lying on his death bed In his Northern
home. His friends say that consump-
tion is the cause of his decline, but
Dempsey declares that he is dying from
the effects of a blow dealt by Fitasim-


via the

Write th

gent for Information.

W. B. Gfflm, 6.0,Aekly,


Eu mulaiieM Plus
bel MN Jew Mang.e
Oysters, ChopsAfiteaks to Order
iW A Psaa" *m.
Drasl .> B Mc be


Bods well poked and sent to any
part f the ate post-paid for 60 cents
per 1 08,00 per 1,000.
i10, dded Orange Trees 8 and
4 feet high budded on Sour and Tri.
folet Stock from 1 to li Iuhes at the
a. Bds inserted n the stump at
Sd (ot in the yoot), and can
hb otletadfrom the treese by bank-
i Unl fall.
ai, h er lumPersimon,Lo.
I W s. ae8-year-old
hbite Iaa Grape vises.
ftrawbery plants S per 1,000.
ft o vatiaes of roses budded aod
S thr ea rMoot. T tafeoasa Mar
il penalty. Our oes ha
a proven to be weol
this et a
riZH~m* AiT* ^


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4,259 MIL

Al bm Perfect Pasoengh e

Perfect Passenfif Service t.


Pl-ant 0teaa.4
rwo RL8 7ANr sr sp y .VBtwia .....
Port Tampa, Key West id Ha
One Elegant Ship Every Wq .k b.
POPT TAMPA and MOBIL,,. 1 '" i j
B. W. WimNN Pf .T*

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J. T. & K. W.

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


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b r iii 59155 xv I pe r virri i5fl

Tbs steamship Uplands called from
Poit Tampa on the 24th ult. forRotter-
dam via Norfolk with 2,890 tons of
phosphate from B. A reuta & Co.
GOava bushes In Hillsboro county
wdhe were killed to the ground lakt
Winter, but which have agent up large
vigorous spiout since, have com*
meaeed blooming agam and mev have
h t on thUis seaon.
eves n o bein6 3mad for a railway
i i l too Alredondo to Newberry. J.
3. wlios wMi edestruot the road,
t h t atte4, win be W atsh of
the ols Otral andl ad Pinalals eye.

ttot,1the long stple article, will
hb planted i ti s part of the Sate
mat year, Jit Ih was vear ao,
when our lariW n produedt eprthinlg
A sy lmedl for bhme eomamption
s4 when oottoM was $be stae loney'
orop. Tobateo alo will hlp to tide
over the Utig plho till qriuva s aln
eeme nla to make our popI. indolent
with muy momney.ah- -- Leeburg
Chese JeopihM- -v i w aear
Tallahassi e about a w-t, M
with the fmuat: a
couaty twenty two

at. Gorge Hotel,
Undr 1ENi New Mangement.
JAM GOAMBID a, Prop'r.
evemiry UI ah om idat'osa flnrst.elass, and eane uiinex
*pol 5 1 t awaraege and pun water. Having been
AdtewU I wl g oai, t s ent management feei sure
of esatl taiIe u Ra1it .U ad oper day.

Wuty y ule *a oW 1
thorough" y set ed }hat dwytalty of I
dustrlclasi efenshpokytaey1i"ir
to pursue. We must produou our
staplee, food and bremadataft. Prom
seat among the necessites are b
allk, butter and cheese. These co
sttute a la m part of the food of hu
manity. They are all the products
the cow Is some form. It follow
therefore, that we in South Florl
muse nultivate a closer acqualtan
with this aial of manifold usefi
nea Tlut thie shotid have been
long eatleted is surprising. We ha'
a ellate where no shelter is needed
during the entire year, where the raml
is anlImited, and where the laws gi
ante protection to the cattle business
Stock and range cattle are remarkab
cheap, and they require only gradli
up to largely enhance their value. Th
is very easily and cheaply accomplisl
ed. The introduction of a few choli
males of good beef and milk.producli
strains would work a revelation in tl
value of our cattle in a few veers. TL
hee M~een done with gratifying succe
and profit in some parts of the Stat
In a country requiring so much chen
cal fertilizer the manure produced 1
cattle has an especial value. The co
version of our boundless supply of n
tive grass into a source of fertility
not to be desapisd. Hides and bon
are also valuable."


Waters go to io Pigs Daily.
Governed by gravity weight valve. No
springs to rust. No float to stick in the
mud and letIut tak of winter. lu

not large,
.- h lot of hot,
Uifilthy wa-
ter before a frosh supply comes down.
Valve seat Is in body of water and acts
as a look-nut. Can be set to water two
n t once, and can be attached to a
ank or barrel in ten minutes. Works
taocessfully in winter.
Retail price, $3.00. We pay express.
Fountain sent to any address on trial.
Price to be remitted by expreas agent
if satisfactory. It costs nothing to try.
Send for one Agents wanted in every
locality. Order through implement
Lake City, Iowa.


rOwM s, cari. BLOCK, over Poust oe
Pjnoa.lriolda. fU-tf

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soleak p. m
Thq p.wwnir '* r.
6 P. .ail 11W4 I ksc tlw
lanta l wX i ar'n ras
Bound trip iear "o a oI'
September ISih to teemtuser, 1
Mood for return un ib J i,iuary 7tb
116.75. Teki m "1s WtM I
to December 16 h to u iv, uNki,
turn 90 dars fr- *m date uf sale.
Tlcket on tale 'IN eS a to*
days of each, wek,
Septem',rl6ih rail mld it
94tb, 1895, ,.mp i ii rntull4 with
days from dai if sale, 44|.
jWh, a in tlrooklya ore w
ca Fono J. LdrrrL, at the 'd
bemlan Uafe," &L 910 IBerM
where you will dud a full lI1
Wines, LIquorn, Beer, 0Cl I

La8 Offoe, over O1dafatlonal Bank Biz~
site PORastOfe.
at- ppomet s abtien.


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&ad Ounselor Law. opposilt*tel 0S ,,
s os.
Practiroe ia ll Couria. ikr

R. W. a W. s. DAY.S*
,ilokman-KewMriv look,'Lemon Stre it.
Palatka. Fla. *l-
LX A.WW 30 X
Om-seom steet. oop.sei coutc iw ,

3D. 4. rnja vT.r,,
---IGN OF-
The Big Coffee Pot'd
I ,A Full and Complete Lane of
tINWARE which mu't he sold.
Will pay Lo inspect thi. 0 IAl''-`, '., I keep
nothing but the bestof ever Vlang.
Plumbing, Tinning snd ias Fitting
executed in the most approved style,
promptly and at low prices.
Don't forget the place. Sign of the
Big Coffee Pot, iemon street, beetw bs
Second and Third.


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Nwn U5e TIwNS 4 =AC 1W
It Wbem Busy. bmeb5 MMI h~tj H~


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I tka, Tuesday
,Oy pifr of Olant White Nile


An Armyf and Amerloa All4tir Atl&st, a sl a Ms Ms
back Blder", ,ymnast., Acobt a,L, Lo Aevlth.4 C(eMsk
Blellista Grimalda.Olowns and Jolly Jeeen, e the
SJOHNiY LOWLOW. Champion P rfomert trc ary atd
theB Sa.
A Glittering, DesslingPicture of Opule andGrand eur. Mlie Bi Exaleral
Artists and moral Norel and Unue Features ba sany bohr eow In the
Universe. Under the Lrgeets TPals ever co treted. The mowd oo-
plate Zoological Collection in ihe World, prelesting for th elIt time In
UMn the country.

Afternoon and Evening,
Blood-.weatlng ISL I Sx lf

November 12.


ea Alaska Seals and 8s Lions, Performing Kangaroos, Trained 3k,
MitA, Lordly Lions, Tiger Loopards, Stated Nlock of Ostrieh, the
st 0ve publicly exhibitd, and 'arvelously Trained Wild and DomeetI
4 Animals of all descriptions. Truly the only Great ann lgtimate
tbltion of Its kind on earth.

S every Caplty Animal known to exiL. Real bomsa Nippo-
Res and Galaiyporta. A Hhly Memorable Union of Rome's
astt. Thrilli d Spirited Ruac of Every Age and Nation.
The Graid, Gorgeous Street Parade I
ltey sdlpsidg any P ever see in the public streets; taesa place
M10 16 ., Oe the day r t hxhelbltlon. rIt over a mile in lenigh. No
oM eat on accomt of weather. Sweat capacity 19,000.
aintIal Vher l Atdhat. lio Parties can ooure tickets la in
at6 te branob t kt offer at B. ITRWABT'S DRUG STORE.

atka, Tuesday Afternoon and Evenin

andR Rptos

v~t 04 aw Im ow

Nay Tare esM Wesn.
On the d ypreoedla the nibt Major
Fowler's go d wateh wa stolen a fairly
well dressed sranr was nooed
around town acting In a rather snup-
ioums sIner, as he appeared to hare
eo bdMNe with say one. 0 or iWe
palBe obilrv at thetime thas hbe
th platere and emotly
d e orilo of the ung
a M ooleo a lo, Is
wasted at l tlaa for mder, and
er samt of death, lor whom are-
wa o 1,600m Is demd. On thm
feaet a ob at od kasies wnd
were reported to hbae tabas at
Jaeaoavile On the alght o
Ss hardly lIkaly It W thes"plot
t noe vMAye but at ila more than
btmat be ommatted th sobber-

The we wether la saomthn wry
uwa l We bae bod bad, foetdu
weathforsotildieemk. lothvda
e.ek; "ba hofdlyha4 two Mfo^ f

The to~owlac mebds te MI We i
tOe rol cadllIAtthe rg~f ulavmcth
meetingof CoLn" la% Tesday pight
Ra", Le.eb, afa WuIt %
In th ae show of Issdos0.,Nei"
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