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: December 6, 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: VID00107
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

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point on the raiload.
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40 goods. When Paatte sees estab-
Nehed in her midst small factories
oqmrated and managed by their owners
or. the manufacture of cigare, mat.
Mssee,I paper boxes, brooms, etc., she
L w~i find herself firmly placed in a con.
ditios o prosperity entirely lndepend-
S at f all monopolists, corporations,
S oma btes* and capitalists.
BSVOB NISE CUBAJ BIORTS.
SWilliam Robert Moore, of
S Mem idlat a banquet lat week, said:
C0", te Queen of the Antile,
yin-a fs neh jewel in the Atlantic
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SMsed ad i stoobe hpeW-d el tie
uMea4ames w ltl be lg .

The Weablt e oM erMeepoenat ol
the Times-Uniton has be ollowing t
My on a subjet o deep iuteret to
oely to latha butthe whole State:
There good reams to believe tat
that report of the ooeers who recently
examined into te condition of the
mouth of the 8*. Johns and bar; will be
In favor of the increase. The report
of their examination, and the reoom.
mendations they will make will
probably be In shape for consideration
by the committee on rivers and harbors
In making up the appropriation bill. It
ia understood, however,that there s a
dispoeiuonu o the part of the leaders of
the new house to hold down appropria*
tions of this obharacter to the lowestpo .*
sible notch. Their scheme to to im-.
press upon the country the shortage in
receipts under the paw law, by "*skip-
ping" appropriations to the popular
river sad harbor and public building
lines, and, if people complain about it
charge It up to the Wilson law.

Muniolpel politle In Jacksonville
is corrupt enough to belong to a city
the else of New York or Chicago.
The Turkey who survived Thanks-
giving will meet his fate Christmas.
The happv dreau-s of approabhlno
Christmas are overshadowed by the
nightmare of giving presents.
Palatka It not on a boom but she is
keeping pretty near the band wagon
In the procession.
Betdre Cougr setie the Cuban
queetlon, Cube will probably have beta
ted it herself.
Wonder U there wae a eliseter meaa.
mU in hat floral shoe ppled on Sea-
otr Call's deek the other day..
Lie oysad other lile hildre
with lim oe hk will eo'bo ie to
etnteh their hose tor *at.Oleee.


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THe evidettat l t mli ao
pby r bea dolowed by eom n, nMa-
Itoa move,
Benator bill hw r" e b ft e
leoctuilni our in th- W'Aiu 4*4Mk
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troubles Is found in the iUmrei t 4de
oanoellation of oar Units e motes
ooihmonly called reeMabMtsa, td t
outatading treasury moelem WI d. b
the overnmens la paymeae of sieU
purchases under the set of 18U I be.
liev thi oould be quite reYWy ow
pllebed by Uth excha of dikes oston
or Unltid Sitate boods of email a
well as lamr denominations, bear a
low rat* of Iteret. Thly h dt Mbe
long term bonds, thaee lMaMief t ir
deemrabilty to inv memtm boo
aus their payment osa l bse w oe
poned to a period far niovod et
preeol fidoaa al bardeue ad ,k*
tes, when, with Ipoead
and rmourose, they woaidd aige-I
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gOi4 ow whettite 5e
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seras dootiMa. the. pet
4ho we have a right to
fkowlede and wisdom ar lIs .
Ldeat (?), the political edior i k
4sring In the mea of uncertaolty, .
Wte ward polltiiean as till, but th lttle
$M*,r writer it on the forward dek
'dressed In cocked hat anud spas.
Thie little fellow is as usual first nla
u e held. He is full of wise saws sad
ioedern instances, and lays on advice
nith an unatinted pen. bometimnbth
k' .'; ngret that we have no stateusmaen like
as e dead statesmen, and dwells upou
the merits of Jsoksou.Jefferson or som
S her old fogy who Vaed away a hall
century ago. A thoughtful friend ln
JZew York sent Kang John a clipplx
from a daily nubliabed in that city. It
was a communication from one of these
early birds. He though if General
Jackson would come back to earth one-
hal oft the officials in the United States
would be In jail in msix months. Similar
statements have been made and pub-
liebed in every campmin.
In the first place, Jackson can't
come back to this earth and put any-
Ibody in jail. There are no boas run-
alog to this sphere: Besides, if Jack-
son knows as much as he did when he
was here he don't want to come back.
JAo, Jackson is settled.
But suppose for the make of enter-
tmoing tht mlu fsame udea that Jack-
ioa did come back; that he dropped
dow in Washington when Congress
mlMdoag, what could he do any-
: .~ bat would Jaohemn dot
niw a w car and e adCrrie running
S about withou l hones; it he saw th
wntoming woman in her big levee tear-
CXj^ lug down the avenue straddle of a
bicycle; if he saw the streets lit up a
,; bight rs- day without oil; if he saw
y pe-writers printing meeapge from
ord of mouth, the telephone, the
Slbhone and phonograph. What
ld Jackson do? Yes, what would
,n do? Why, he wold ruan like
ead.
.u onwas a big man In his day and
"- d service, but he wouldn't
SaiboahUl of beans on thepres-
''j tis time, bhis' fashloand
he. ha been turned down.
bWiy,MrlMr tim e It took three
MonUth bes o y ew who was
elected nai ttrdw you knew it
before lo d p p t nlgmat *ap.
Ttvhs Jfl,* *se to n ay Is
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A GOetle Remlater.
Ta T9a A-H Ann calls the at"en-
Lion of those of it, patrons who are to
arrears for their subeonpdlon to the
feat that the expenses attaobohed to the
Imaging of a newspaper are consider.
able, and that to pay IMnLers, preMw
men and other employis,and to per.
ohase material requires a constant oat-
lay of ash. Tie maesgement of. this
papor ha Spean vry leilast with is
al n 1e aahidio aBm soop i or
* a 4W aproleos and the air-
Cauetatw ml waboh tE people of
Ptoa semqIt were plthed by the
resgt Etla*4ter,.
ogr lseM ', TI TIMIUS
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oas who owe fo their tuberiptios
edIl fare the paper with an eal set-
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