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: March 25, 1898
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: VID00111
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33475274
alephbibnum - 001917709
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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"" .D yU v sla home Mt Rollins
-bo:sll -
ob '. Wall, of ltnam Hall, was
o mth ol~tturday.
SCakt. J B. Lucas aind bride arrived
In thi city last Saturday motinag.
S Madras Cloth is It. Welhave it.
Captain William Betawobt, of Balti-
more, i in the city visiting 'raflves.
W. If. Mann and soq, of Manville,
e. were vislttrs to the city Wednesday.
Squire Germond, of Edgar, was In
the city.Wedneslay on official business.
D. M. Kirby has been appointed
postmaster at I'alatka by the president.
Dr. George E. Welch went to Clear.
water Saturday on professional bustl
B. GodIrey, a prominent merchant
of .Satauma Hlihts, was inu town Sat-
J. B. Wills, of Interlachen, was in
the city Monday on business, returning
In Tuesday.
Lewis Parent and Wade Tillise ktled
Sa five-foot alligator in the Bay near
Wilson's mill, Wednesday night.

W. C. Hargrove was run into by a
cylist Frildy night on the Heights and
badly used up.
Editor 8. S. IHartig, of that live in-
teresting paper, The Bulletin, Lake
Butler,'made this office a pleasant call
Tuesday. Hewas en routt to the Flor.
ida Press Assoclation, DeLand.
W. E. Pabot, secretary and manager
of the Interlachen, was in
the city Monday and Tuesday eo route
to the rtate Press Association at Do-
Land, and made us a pleasapt call.
;ALL ladies 'are interested in Lim-
ent, Lawns anti Organdles. We.have
just opened no a fnloe selection.
Editor Mann, of the St. Augustine
News, passed through the city Wednes-
day en route to DeLand to attend the
meeting of the Florids quill pushers.
We acknowledge a call.
E. D. Oam,'editor of The Melbourn
Times, paid this office a fraternal call
Wednesday. He was on route home,
after attending lthi meeting of the Flor.
ida Press Assotatilon at DeLand. *
Very latest I styles In Ladles Ox-
fords as THE I. ,. BOND 00.



t d by e e of ta i wfio
d o sttendh0111 n, 1 e utbe rwta.
melt was'Repeald w1ih allight angel
Modasy evenale where a good credit
was present.
The program from startto finish was
lntreuting and graud, the singilo
of Miss Capo and the reeitaton of Mrs.
Z. P. Gates and the talented little ielo
cutIonIat Ma Lucille Jones beilg cas
pectaily deservngu of the dafening en-
core they received. Mis Capo Is po-
seased of an unusually sweet, mellow
voice, which won for her here fresh
fresh laurels among those who can ap-
preciate good vocal talent.
Mrs. Gates' selections were well rend-
ered while the recitations ot Miss Jones
were cunning and required tl',Abilityv
with which the I!ttle Mias is favored.
The violin duet by losses Ila and
Ona Bond was splendid nre'
The sextette of string Insiruments
played in excellent time,
The trio and quartette vocal work of
Messrs. Vickers. Peek land Cartmel.
Miss Capo, Mrs. Phillips, was worthy
the applause, while the singing of Mrs.
Geo. W. Bassett proved up to the
standard of her excellent voice.
The Putnam Rouse Orchestra furn-
ished overture music while Mesdames
Geo. B. Selden and IV. G. Tilghman
accompanied the performers on the

In all, the entertainments were par
excellence and THp. TIMS-HERALD is
glad to know the efforts of those who
worked for the success of the affair
were fruitful.
Strictly In Season.
Straw Hats-All styles and sizes,
and to suit all classes of buyers at
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Car-
rol, residing on upper Lemon street,
died Tuesday night. It was an un-
jusually bright child, sad the sympathy
of the community is with the bereaved

That I the way all druggists sell
TONEO for Chills and Malaria. It Isa
simply Iron and Quinine In a tadstaes
form, OChildren loe It. Adult pme
for It to better ansueating tollas.
Prle, l80e.
A eoertesa Offer.

Through the eourtaey of Geo. W.
Raglon, proprietor of the bowling alley
onext W6edaseday afternoon March 80,
from I to 8 o'clock, wiIt* devoted to
the ladles and their frieds tfre of

A cordial Invitation extended, and
It is hoped the ladies will take advant-
age and etIUd In full force. The place
hat retMy been nlftly refu.sobed,
and the Isdie and ohildnma will be as.
Ie# of prst~em.
Several Ssdps have slreadi badej
experts wIe art of bow.l i t ts
to be hoped that a deep IMrt ti o
manIfestedina this gm of oZcent.


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Professor C dn4e6 ne1t 160, will
be upon "The Prmidential lie2 t4ofO
18M0," ad will be delivered one "eek
from tonlKht.
Sheriff Hagan's gang s at work plao-
lug the IRd at the rrar of the court
house in-a condition for planting flow.
erm and shrubbery.
The Armory of the Gem City Guards
Is sw)1 to be one of the very best equip-
ad armories in the btate. Many im-
provements are now taking place In the
John Fink, one of THu Tixzs-HIR-
ALW'I staunch friends wa' down from
his Nashua home on business Wednes.
day. Mr. Fink says be is ready to
shoulder his musket in defence of the
United States and all he needs is a hint
that his services are wanted.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Totman and F.
E. Tubbs, left Tuesday morning for
Orange Park to attend the session of
the State Convention, as delegates of
the Christian Endeavor Society of this
"Sucoes. is the reward of merit" not
of assumption. Popular appreolatlon
is wh it tells lan the long run. For fifty
years. people have been usiing Ayer's
Baraparllsa, and today It is the blood
purifier most i- favor with the public.
Ayer's Bars Tprilla oures.
THE TIMxEsBHERALD acknowledges a
pleasant call on Monday from Lucl'is
W. Baker, editor of the Templeton
Press, Baldwnsvillied.jaus., who with
his wife is stopplg a few days in
the city. The Templeton Press is one
of our most highly appreciated ex-
hbanges. '

b eaMfaul to sulllin hIp
"nd 0 i9 aNm t '.; ,
.Mr. JeUoklrW asboe In Wtllaing.
*t, W. C., October Oth 1885. a 18b 4
be moved to Obaiul loi, 9. C., where
he obtained a position in onuth Caro-
lin RBall Boad shops as first engineer,
which positi"n he bald for several
years. In 1891 he moved to Inleils-
chan, Fla., where he remained until his
Mr Jenkins was married In 1861 to
Mine Sarah C. Cammers of Uharleston,
8. U,, who survives him, besides
three sons and two daughter, Jam-
es W.. of Charleston, South Caro
lina, BenJ. T., of New York, Ju.
lius C., of Interlachen, Fln., Lena C ,
of Charleston. S C., and Mrse. 11. O)s-
teen, of Tampa, Fla.
F. B.G.
Nice, New, Nobby.
Our line of Spring Neckwear just
opened is strictly np-to-dlate. A glance
at it will prove thlii assertiou.
The New Barrel Factory.
'The new building to he occupi-d bv
the Monarch Cooperage C(,mpany. on
Laurel street :near Vertreev & Co.V'
stables, sl nearing comp;elin ,id the
work of manufacturit, .ill kiuds of
barrels will soon beirm.
Palalka as a matisfitu.uring city Is
rapidly coming to the frout. .
To prevent the harJening of thle ut'.
ontaieoun tlssuej of the smtlp and the
obliteration of the hair follicles, w.'leh
ctaue baildaoe ue all:''s IHair Re-
n -we,.

The Best Alarm Clock Made. U,

$1.00 Each.
Warranted Seven Years ,

SBringor send us your Watch Repairing, and although our prices i
al on aime are reasonable, we go on the principle of not
how chap, but how good.

ULst of UaM JPeLetterse.
Remnall.g in t0he faetos at hE.
latka, Fia., for the week ending Mar.
9., 188:
en Wr.r.,
R W Adams Michael Camill, Char-
lie Dealels, rana DUlard, Wm Green,
8ehman Garrison, TO ayrne, D M
McAmer, Thou L Miler, D K aitoog,
D M Bberts, Joseph Bobers, J hn K
LADns' Lsm.
Mary Burke. C Aleoander, Dner
Rinton, Elhabeth Miller, Ju" Mock,
Ida McCoy, Mary Newpay. J D W
North, Miss Dotaber Bobson, Ceca
blbnseoae, Il*s Blebhrdson, Margie,
le Perons calling for the above letters
Wil1 pletse say "ADV-uima."
W. P. AxMuaox, P M.

We noticed reeontly n the Times-
rteoa ad Citien isformationa to the
eot that a gentleman belogtag to
t otnaam Hoes esxe ion part
#11al eeome of the PrypueseTava-
riety,a speel supposed to have been
aeast yem ago. We hewe the n-
thetie attest free tmhe entem a la
teedtloe, who mesMs aa that the eat-
*addlt a Ud red m talla. *Iao a
j.t bMak s ipe etenWia aslou thg
beok. Its eyes were a bght jugN
and la a, y the slayer, he wa a
"Jim Deandy."

Card of Thaks.
We desire In th (is manner to extend
to oar friends and neighbors our heart.
felt tanks for their many acmt oft d.
ae and sympathy during the Il
sad death of oar beloved hosbayd sod
diNcerely YTous,
Maes L U.x

ekas mbeun, W s., March U Ife 19 ,
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Cures Fever
In One Day.
A. Small lae.
Fire totay destroyed a small shanty
on west Oak street, Tuesday tight at
9:80 o'clock. It la supposed the fre
wam caused by the explosloa of a hero.
*an* lamp.'

A Flag of Warning.
Newa of the dry, tikling, akMa,
morning cough, for It warns y o ah
0em__- lurka near. The bam
Dr. -it's Cough Symp will cmr It
"I bad verybadeough. Onedoctor
,rmeunced It seasumption. I Aed
ft. Jill's Cough Syrup and was cow
plttely eeMd.; he enough leatsn mad
ms mewrdome back Imspu l ,
US UdS&Agh 4 Up 4ssV';hO
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winter- h me, Moonatone.ont4hp &
Johns, Decased was a native of 6 ,
tavia, N. Y.,at which place last witler
she coutraeted a severe coldfr '
which she never recovered, It having
affected her lung. ,
Mrs. Jobsuon was possessed of a d i*
position charitable, kind and loyla,
which accounted ftur the largeI elre of
friends both North and Bouth, wboa,
with equal sorrow, will learn of her de

Deceased leave an aged i1t1 1er a1w ,
husband and scn, to whor TBU Tafth ., .
HxatLD extended a hand eyIW
The remains were ski ,
Monday, aoompenled by
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Cures Fever.

In One Day.

Escaped Convict CaptaaLd.
Ed Bow-n., cm'l.-ore:. elI
ofinviet otmn"' .hns.,n t o i.-W'ai
tine camp. alid fur wimWe e
ward uf *2*16 .. red, I.
Saturday by M. J. Dals0la
and .urud o.ort tWO tui p
ties. Bown a* h ilq,
ville, and hve PmNph
his wae tI.waesde .

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I hbve re a" 40 og t AS n s of fs forgew wistar ,
bo .tol, -w#.etadla t f e..4t. "
Some of the More Im-t AI mwIw ya ea w yeaa sop i-RW.LN ., -. i,*
porant Events. tSo"tr10w iPorimetet a in ,. ,... '", .1. .is F m
-- -~vprot was ooeoimmed, In p o upet1 Seo Ivl....:..-t..,.i .-
atold i. Austn~ l amsa in with0ot0. Andye It wnolw r I lahe......c..1T "
Sm Maretthat*I the e sen' e aoons of z tm........o......f
a. ie 0arem n deadlearbne untrt whioh produoned cotton yeaw. S"thvile........*...Met
Im Allei* as:ss are woyifIn dead saran nui
IndianElyerm ws, Whitafter yewr, at proltioally a loss, bad Norwalk......... ... d
0n.-,bendevoted to theprddutionof Frulan......... 2
den truck, the farmers would have Georgetown.........4th "1"
A The Jakonvll electric light plant instead of being obliged to suffer a los. Crscent City. ... .-Sth r
caO the elty @100,000. It waScomplet The same idea prevailed in Florida Huntington...........19th "n U4 i WoiAn!.. -.
ea In May, 189%. The city gets its for many years in the production of Coo................80th C~ e.
stmt lights to the value of $15,000 a oranges, until the people in the .North Pomona.............,.31st "
year, free. The estimate profits for have come to believe that the State Slco................1s...let of April.
the presentyear-will be 818,200. could produce nothing else profitably; Satsuma Hights........2d "
It a reported that the following legs. and hence, when the great blizzard of Nashusa..............5th
lative ticket has been agreed upon by 1804-95 destroyed the orange crop Welaka...........****...4th
the Demooratc leaders of Leon coun- throughout the State, it was reported San Mateoe........ ltb
ty: Seiate, Fred L Myers; House, broadcast that Florida was ruined. Est alatka....... 2th
eorge P. Raney and E. M. Hopkins. The real fact, however, is that while Orange pollnt ... ...... 1th
It is announced that Judge Raney will Florida is undoubtedly ono of the best Paatika, from 15th to 22d, inclusive.
be a candidate for the United States countries in the world for the produce. GEO. F. BI'LLARD, .
Benate. tion of oranges, the same soil will Tax Assessor.
It is said that the Florida naval will- produce almost every product of a trop- Are You Weak
ical nature. And willi its grand facil- Weakness manifests itseIf in the loSS of
tia will nonment receive any of their appor- itles for reaching the northern markets, ambition and aching bones. The blood is
tlHonoment of the $,OOO0Ot govern- there is no State in this country that ,wtery; the tiMue8s are wasting-thp door is
meat approgrlalion. Their share will eihere i uo tnopened fordiwe. A bottle of Browns'
b merely credited to the reserves, ani can take up the production of vese- IrnBitte rs taken in time will restore your
be merely credited to the reserves, an c t u t p reiInh, soothe your nerves, make your
all arms or equipment which they ob- tables, melons and citrus fruits to sch tloodr rich aid red. Do you more go r .
tan will be charged aimnst the fund. great advantage and profit as can the thnnannexpensivespeilaleoureofnmedieine.
tan will be charged against the fund. SBruwns'Iron Bittern it sold by all dealers.
The men stationed at Fort Barrancas Indeed, it may be questioned whether Keener vs. Time.
at PensMcola, are raising a fund to be the exclusive attention heretotore giv- n im.
applied towards erectig a monument en to the production of oranges In the Having a stock of Watch and lock
to the memory of those killed In the State of Florida has not been a disad- Material on hand, and wishing to quit.
Malne disaster. They have nearly 8W00 vantage rather than a benefit, in view the repair business, I will do worn at
i edwge. of what is here stated. At any rate it the following low prices until stock is
caused up:' Watches and Clocks-main
is almost nnlversas and Hood's Bar- facilities today for supplying the great on watches, 10 to 15 cents. Have had S t CI D iT im I L w aoa,.
i1) exactly meets this need. Be markets of this country with early eleven years experience in watch u,,.- NOe T' teI AIwe um vuad N w Tor
to get Hood's. fruits and vegetables, such as cannot ndi lock mrkino. Give me a call t Cutthatee eowaatiod.ate r
C, S. Acreels shipping beansand ma- tbe equalled in any other State in this Pand beERR KKNER. OOMANOE (new), AL0NUIN, IRn00U018, 0HEROM EE 8EMINOL
readg money, O70 one are he had al- As to the climate, you have no un- The more careful a man is in buying, XORTH-3*OI63I.
rtady old $70 worth. Had it not beenusual extremes of heat or cold in win. the more skeptical he is in selecting his teamers are appointed to sail aooirding to the ade.
for the freeze he would have sold $300. ter-in winter you have a few light pants, the better we like it. Be will I J ONL. F .,(eallt ar unda Thursdays.
wworth. lat week he shipped 25 crates, frosts in summer the thermometer theu more fully appreciate the BUCK. For hour ofsting,i see lyde Lin*" ohedule.orJacksonville andCharlendally papers
d has lots more to ship.-Ksimmee very seldom oes over 96 deg., and the SKIN BREECHES. He'll see at a O-TNH..OIr "D.
GOzette. average temperature is much lower glance how carefully they are made. Feramer area~ln.S san from ePIer '. at RIver. New York, ats follows:
Intelligent Women than this. The nights are cool and en. When he puts his hands in the pockets ForJACKISONVILLBILL., (callPIat Chirleelt0o) Mocdays.Wedsedwanl Iridays
l'o longrdoubt the value of Bellamy's josable. There ise ample rainfall, well ; d n td reraned your Llyde New Englhnd and Southorn Line--Frelvh Only
(Gosyplum. They openly acknowledge distributed throughout the twelve money back. They couldn't be more- cngln at charleton, 8. c., t wa Fr
that it does positively cure the multi- months of the year, and yellow fever they'll never be lea." TrA MRS A rAWtC a C. RA WAY*
tnde of painful ailments pecullar towo- and other contas ous diseases have STIEAmBU DELAWARE nd GIRO. CLYDE.
never been kown In oi section of the From Foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonvdlle From lew s ,wii. Boston,
s*en. never been known in our section of the Why take Johnson s hURBDAYB, 'IIDAY-.
Mrn.J. W. Bplak, Jackfon, Miss.. country, to nmy knowledge. Of course take Johnson FDAY
wilts: Iyhave"used Bellamy's Gowey- everybody knows that Jacksonville had Chill d Fever Tonic? QLYD E ST. JOHNS RIVER I INR.
pium in my fai nbly fmrfemale weakness b ofIt afewes oCLYDEIS ST.(DOHNS RIVER I INE.
r quite a siege of it a few ears go, Because it cures the( B LI E.N
lsad mltruall diorders with best re- which will always be remembered. (DE BABY LINE.)
1its, whenadaotherm failed." Price (When I speak of our section of the most stubborn case For Jacksonville, Palatka. Sanford. Enterprise
gl.sorbyellmy e. o country I mean Putnam county.) If rfFeverin ONEDAY. And Intermediate Points on tne St. I )hns
l9.At lam a' Go. there ever was anything like that there,
1M .Atlant' It is not to my knowledge, and I have The legs.nt Uldewhlel Stiat,.ers
adhdr Onrp Ooves. lived in that section of the country for City of Jacksonville Fred'k De Bary.
a. ~. A 0 W about eleven years. This past winter-ThTUr d icAT. W. A. RAW. :APT. T. W. LUND, JR.
r E. restfounder of the has given f e all of the north I want. m uITHr l
faluoelvebt bnneheatkRiverside is tIome days this winter the thermomet-. W I U of meaning AreaPlpilntO1to sall as follow..
famk o ts Evenad ay at Riverade,- er was down s ow s 36 deg. below and a ut which such tender an tiavesaoeamvile.............................................Np..ed ls tfe
maeogath proswaterd sarysltof sver- l ero. Anybody that has a home in holy recollections cluster as that LasvelaeadetafnI......*9 0.m. aerpde....... 0A. M. .dallyeasptsuaday
jot Sthiswinter. As a moult of several zero AInbod 'th a a of "MOTnHER"-she who watched BI EU" s sisat. 21L
b*l ook of tweaty roe of the lowest on to t. don't give it up o come north d our first tottering step. Yet ; A6, '- ............... .m
e n to ' owes veo, u pSolc .............:..... t...............Jue ........... ,
lad teirrs grov with a to e. our people in lorida don't the life of every Expectant Moth. .,:.o .. .. .'i: :+
S work of wire and loathing. The arrage- began to know what suerg the s er is beset with danger and.all ef- .... ...........................................
imtn alt of a complete nclure tbhe north every winter. You dun't fort should be made to avoid it. ..... ......... ....... p
by means of canvass, ooverng over know what ard time mean down L so assists nature oaeral Pa-essr n a "ireas etM o, e Mw. *5*"it, ab"e i"u6i.
e entire framework on cold nights, there. You can get gophers and sweet U tfllg' in thechangetak w. it. WAURmito, AP... F owok r.M.laO Moe .,l.
I theligh1i"g of Ales beneath. This potatoes and don't need to freeze. The eIIIU ing place that ao u. a Or. m. NolwOsk l lTA i "'
e s*l s 1erare1at11 wl north is all right to the summer, but n K the xpectant .CL sowRlA Gr.aM JUw orYk 5 L. AN
s e double tts eat oone cold b t winter I like a warmer climate o t c r is ena- THO. Q. B. T M. ia iinwa ,E ir. ,- ewoek
I mIvwIs K. PXNDIrstrot. obled ldo or-th ; WM. P. CLYDE & CO. Gen. AgtS.
Inproyvements, but it pays every shot. Beut of All. dread, suffering or gloomy fore- as.. aw I AWm Av* leiie. s .wimasoseI, iMew serl
S '-Las Anales Froit World. Tocl-ans. the system in a gentle and bodings, to the hour when she .._ ,, B ._
W leaan ithat en"m of the growers at truly beneficial manner, when the experiences the joy of Methertoeed. A's. S NWo f sI1es
S tra are contemplating the smo thing Springtlme comes, use the true and Its use insures safety to the lives NDIPO
wth their troves. The plan proposed perfee remedy, 8 rup of FIgs. BFy of both Mother an .l C' ; -i:. .dshe
|trA ,k t l cover with a istt shed, ihe, g,tune. Manufaotur-d by the is found stronger after than before ,a
4be sameM M theI pineapple men us., Oallforul Fig Syrup Co. only. and for confincnie:.t-in short, it "make, *
Ihanil elatogaethera in sections say ale lIy all druggi.tis.a FA) eue p.r Childbirthl natural and easy,"as
y atolrge as abarn door, but al- bottle. so many l:ave s:i8J. Don't be l i TH ofMi,
es i elLwith open spees btro4an ski persuaded to use anything but -

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smtatipby 14ti.awly n I, e
ooasides it a diSple priniu d..i
to sedofrlo hbolasalty to doeate a tr
of hi ItalliUble suomre
Wlolene daily devlo e now woiern,
and this great chemist, p silently oxpr l.
eating for year, ba produced rests
as benasoltl to humnanity as ean be
claimed by Ley modem gonius. HIH
asertlon tust lung troubles and oon-
samptiop are curable in any climate Is
provn by "hertfelt letters of gratU-
ud*," filed In his American and Eumr-
pean laboratories In thou-ands from
those outed in all parts of the world.
Medlcal experts concede that brown.
chial, hobest and long troubles iped to
Consumption, which, unlunterruptel,
means speedy and certain dethb.
Simply write tn T. A. SBocum. MC. 0.,
98 Pliie street, New York, giving noLt-
offic4 and expi es address, and the free
mediacie will be promptly sent. Suf-
ferers should take instant advantage
of his gent-rouw piropositiou.
Plfeo tell tu Doctor that von ssaw
his offer In THE TIMRS-HICitALD.


oU o the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judic-
ial Circuit in and for Putnami County Florida.
in Chancery, dated July 1bth 1897, in a certain
cauI therein pending, wherein annie 1)D. Me-
aughlln and RichAril MoLsaghlin, her hute-
iand, are comnpliainnt., and Ambrose B. Hart
pontedl cial M trto sell til the lironory
hreinefter described, I shall offer for same In
froatof the Court Hous door In the city of Pa-
tka lUoridh on ,
A.D. 189, during the legal lhot ir of-ale, to the
hlighert bidder, fur cah. all thom oeruin plec",
tarcelstor tractsof laudlying and bernn Ithe
County of Putnam, tate oft lorida, and more
particularly described as follows, to-wli:
All that certain pleec or utroel or land situat-
ed in the settlement of Federal Point, being a
portion of the tract of land owned by the lit*
Benjamin Hart,described In a survey and dl-
vision thereof mado by James M. Dancy, Sur-
veyor, In the year 18,k beginning qt the south-
eastoorner on a front lotof Edmund Hart, at
a point twenty-six chalns seventy-three links
southerlvfrom the polt of latere cton of the
general RanIge, south, eight ed"-I, forty-fave
mnuteseas fof the Orang* MUlI and Federal
Point road with the north line of said tract of
Benjamin Hart's land, thence south, eight de.
greens, forty-five minutes east ten chains and
seventy-four links and south nineteen dgrees
forty-five minutes west, six chains and three
lInkt to the oentr of Dow's Irunch t ridgeon
0ra Mills road, thenoe according to traverse
of sat branch to the east bank of dt. Johns
river, fteen chains sixtylneven links stake In
run of said bank, thence according to the
traverse ofeat margin of eaid river northerly,
eight chains, twenty-six and one-half links to a
stake at the southwess corner of theo afresald
lot of Edmund H. Hart. (Hearing oypress north
twenty-one degrees west. nine lnks south.
thirty-seven degrees forty-five minutes east,
filtei Unuks) thence north eighty degrees, fifteen
ninlfnsmeat, eleven chains, fourteen links to
stake at point of begling on Orange Mills
road oont$nlng fifteen and Ifty-une one-
hundredths acres, more or lees.
Also parcel oft la.d beginditg. &t the game
starting points asinthe last taro at Intemec-
tion of northern boundary ofsatdAract with Or-
Sange Mills read. thence aloa sid roao line
souis, eight degrees, frtflle minutes seut.
thirty-th=ree Aci, ninty-five links to a stake
l at atn southwest orner of back lt No. now, or
Sforrct d ofr IfH.etathenuc soath eight
a sixteesaiwd one-halm iekha sad south aIl-
i -f v ortI'me minutes ft"., iz chaiu
,d d i-e nks,- to tal si al tMea s and
south *five doo mwa, t eatw e
s mliM be to a Ne tre cse 0r, tem es
von A. eat, Hars b east retyoes ela abo
aad twbw.fom sut ethe aum*meam t co" rr of
Striattlnt wt gr m t lne stake ar.
tt l d et)s tooe ath rte mmr degree s tr
w a th e (bore I
y-r d thnrty minutes ea ewre
Uue west Sin eUk), theoe uth wi4lv

scutr eighty-
0 tore degrees, thiarty bmafs we twenty-fin

an] chinsadAli tomay.
chalnand fifty-one ad hlfaka to a siske
S point at lselgis olia d Moateeg ftorIM a.ead
|I-10 acres of lanad, mare or ie tl. ag with
smid fired eat oMn d lot the eaa .prelse sar-
o eyed to A. t. Hart by deed recorded Bn book
tt 'es5=5 05d pte sid o0hf the records of
|id ad tto trnhsty.
Alom a parcel of land commencing at a stake
S n the bs sat the It. Joh Blvqr about three
hundred and fifty yards ( moe tho the wh
at Feel Point and running alng the bank
mof said river to their muoth o Bart'h Branch
thence Mestwamrdly up the branch to the hea
r of It and et to a tree marked with a croe,
amid tree being the northwest ooruer boundary
of land belonging to, thence n
#1; wentyd d south &I o6al o
n | H. =Is n land, x mdred rav eto. ke
marked with a oram, thence nor:hoe husadreq
and twenty yards to a stake maked with a
cress. thMos fwest hmsuxand4rf11a en or
i o "a ath w of= otwne d
PU. if N OU.I-V themes westely eland own-
eb a, OoMeli end a. 0. dwarialif Is"
at-l o iltarin s the haelbfg weaey-nte s

g41 w ithe 5 Se e is and

Sealottors for Camplainasens. ntb

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oft^" -itSSu J" lSS~SSS

e:*.......4s.......... *0.e U apto S la1sseA*1 e .q

ow Ud ol prov a d ISO

B t16SilBJ6B~i 88 matter of rebate to Mib. Aa1 0 D 3S
*.... .....*. ........ 6 Witt- t b et Wctyts, *Wr|
theaa&. o d .............. o... *, is
Andan "0l0 ". O ell, wn a ata w leowr ',t ws set

.... leg*o t8 0 -
S..... .. .Report of Street omtekartW an

18 to opelninge of aRutliedge ast toel o is
tle... 1 andO.............a. k10 ad O us read, ant on moWid eS 4 e
S1 0 street eommitto *e aNuuIOisnd th as.m t
Sfsa --- 0 ploy additional help to e.ped.a1e thieb d tie Ieto h
wmt r aol e lad. .41tr......................k pe. a dirkt *a a eth ita$ a Is the
Isombeat & s port of special commites l.,puthI. itir dthe 1r, o
s or the rek) Mtoa pa nd e ad 8 '8 ed *o confer with Martin O"riflu re a- aeu e be d. s& pd n
Where he mas thrmi ta inel toa Marion..................... 87 tave tO extension of se er nnlng It Is not alre temo y ealer.
ra. (wthicreekline .)f The ton es d ua .Naau .................... 1,511 2 through bin property intu'the riverr at a ds the ont.ita withe pr ,
intersection foUowig the toad creek lieA to-.. r ... 40 74 4AIenlt .. It writes big round
wards aid pond to point meat of boh or a ....... .. foot of Lemon street, was read. andt on on the health side of the aeoat
a of wawrt enter saldcreekofromothe Osceola-..................... e.11 88 nenwipes out the figures of weakem d
nothwrd nxt below o eing r foror motion the report was not concurred in s It nmte the vital force e
Thedcea, whesl the w a u ole br ana...- by the Board, end the Street commit- builds up healthy flesh, muscular w *
eY bed oin s odb a o rrunto .se at Polk-........... ...-........ 15 00 to ,e a t d nt-d erveforce.
S elineo eietio4. Thence on ad section Putman.. ......... asin8 41 structed to proceed at o lnce For nearly yeae Dr. Pierce ha sbee
tin eL u md7 W. to nouthesc teaorer so n ona-........eio. 1 to make necessary repairs to said chief consulting phlsiei of the nvalids'
Jamneslind. Thence north on the easterly line St. Johns ................... 52 20 Hotel and Surgical Institute, of Buffalo,,
of James' land to him northwest corner. 'Thence sewer.. His formulB arecverhere recs.
o1aline @.TO dog. W. bounding the northerly Sumter ...................... 11 94 Nn. His formulas are tvervwberer-t
line o Jams 'ld too the St. Johns River. ........R4 eport of Clerk relative to amount sixed as the moet efctive readies ia the ,
Thence downthe river margin to the live oak- uwanneu ..............-.... 31 33 due the city ecesary 10oleel the most perfect s" Pleasant i. o are the
stump aforesaid, id land is that o which the Vei1tia 27 87yo e most perfect and scir-i urefor comt
party defendant -(Baibdy now re tehi oles, -- -- -- ... .... .. A mos Cook property was read, anci 1 nation ever vented. T'i are not violent
.HI A rELL. Wakulla ........... ....... 2- 3 in their action, but ly .ire. and at
LD.t 7.KIRBY. SehnWashineton................. 3 9 oo 10 President aid Clerk the sn e tim e comtie ;heir gre
DComplainantaKI BY Soliciletor. -td Wh t.. Council Wa tautllOiiz,-d to sign a dej reputation has called u a tcure of imi-
-- froM the City to W. Ii. [)el~jall stations, which druiri-ts onrtlmes try
Total .fro.m the cl.y lo W. L)eiha. a7- to sub.titutr, but there is nothing "just
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTI E. Tot...................... 2,t7 :3 mlinltrator, ui receiit of thle amount a good."
-Yelow Ja( ut.d.ce ( ,ured, specified, $10.7.5, in (Clti ko report. __ ..
IX MONTHS AVrrVe DAT I IWILLI U- uR Iport of City Atloriney of collec-
AdI IntE trty ,in ,llnt a vBlr, a Suffering humanity hold h i-t"ll- tions made by hni oll distress warrants Written for The TiliMes I-raldu.
doe'e4tt thei out u "'t luie it'lattiain uun. pulled with every m"0e111 po0sit'le for Its during month of Mitrch -'98, amounting THIE COnIING OF PEACE.
ty. Florida, &lnotask toibe isclarged front thu
firtheramliniiistration tofeealiestate. relief. It is with pleasure we publhhli to 8104.00 was lead, Ind onl motion
E.8 CRI L.,ne, in the ropy full, i.
Adiitninstrat.r. the following: 'This is to certify tot 1 IClerk was ineti ucled to credit City Al- Ieoio ihe rosy Inl- '.
feb 10, ts.6-m. Cum testamentoannexo. A whb-.wiged hir, flcw h '
was a terrible sufferer from yellow torney's account, with said amount. A whie-ingedtialkwI
ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE jaundice for over six months and was .n ordinance innied hy h0 Ci l hed it fr in e hia c '
trotted by some of the best lnAttorney on the line sliggested, by B. A snowflake against the sty.
SIX MONTHSAFTERDATE I WILLPRESENT trV.ted by some of the beet livalcins t. Calhoun at am nreiii. held March Watched with a nameless '!ongtg,
my fiatr accounts and voucher as admnis- in our city and all to no avail. Dr' 21, relative to peldd.,. meas,. vege- For to stay .istapld tlihh;
tratrix ef the estate, of Win, Speck, deceased toFaO yiIpihl
the County Judge of Putnam C ministration otaidestate. trio Bitters, and after taking two bot- its first reading.
UAIYJOSEPHME 'ties I Til It vanished fnomgfll I-''
Ja --Em J Adniinlstratrix. ties I was entirely curl. I now take Motion prevui;ed haut the ordinance Then many a day 1 wantr
PALATIA BEAL ESTATE FOR BALE p ure In roommendg ig then to any rrible :aiv to the isautice of bonds for 1i a quest 1 dared unsa ,
PALATKA REAL ESTATE FOR SALE person suffering with this terrible water and sewerage porpo s lay over Sei king the far-edff rent1,
---- malady. I am gratefully yours,. M. A. uater n tregwere rpose s ly ovr de. king the far-uff re.i.n .
Will ellanyofthelropeatyof A.P.Loring H1og0,ry, Lexington. Ky." Sold Iy Wherelthe rnow-weilet bgul e.n l.w.
trustee. on favorable terms. A great reduction report of Chief of Police recardlDg
from City's assessment to anyone purchasing Ackerman & Stewart, druggist. .
the whole property. 'te pr4pert Is as follow: tidiLlon f .aveleilt between rail of I searched in The be vere* fr ,o .
ot d ,. 611l .AN ORDINANCE. ,reet car rick oi L i..on street w.. I sought Hope's dwelibg tal
Blocks It-1.4, -orthhalfof148. Lots 1,2 t'ed, and U Inution lhit a in- BNt I turnedawy myf f.,8..-,
and 1 block l15 Bloks 527_-28.j. 2net-240-241.2lI -utias -
M -276 -27-M -291 -313-31W.:17-M -3" -M 347 t lucted it, 8tr ic p in or bt>ice o B ow ed dow n with I d d ,t "r.
so-a54. ss-as .-34-ae-ae .-:Mei-t .:- o. An ordinance to protect ,'liHa itde tr t* rc 'rtineoe d Uw down with .i i odo"p r.
AlsoConttry property. Lot2, Mee. 28, Tp. o, and shrubbery wilhm tile C('it of l"illu-uer ofeild tsicit hallway colipal in regions of love ail. ;,:h--iti ;
a. R.24,laRt.
S'.of N I, .t/tof312-9-24,E Palatka. to have said ptvenit nt re, died. n Ou Leiht of ho, ur, .1' 1 ao
Ni If of N. A, nud Went halfof N. E. 11, R o f (hiet Uf I al i
anl -,of / ,. 24, E;. Be it ordained by the ('itv Council ,f UIeport ft (i f i i llt I It"SubtI 'l u y i hei iy avi wa oirv.
9.1 eor.i/Wte.1 ew0-2a.iEttomh.ikiics p l ko t
E ofN. E,/ o fNE. of30-l-24, E. the City of IPalaltka, Florida, and It ii t ,er-vg the-sidewa!k i-li el p;ncd for the blen tbI. ua ca u,.
HENRY BTrRUNZ, Agent. hereby ordained es follows : ltl Is 1iwtiti e l ati I V eII ,tide l vr re-
hereby ofrdained aill followd.FriII t taI t .on a night allL, coa.41
Sec. 1. Whosoever lies or fastens a ti of ieks ilthe ee uoide f lrl n,
Chronic ODppepsia Cured. ,or,,. m n., ...,oxe. Vow ,i g.oattoe .tre,U oS.. niori- S. w,,, ,tie -w eof.I..,,, lo ,
sChade1 tree, 1 A ot'untoetal tree or any aimn l oIdih lrtect, tHullou forl, V. -,,.n r
shrubbery within the litinta ot the CIL wal rei-id, ". uHl o li olil 'teet corn
Sof Palatka, or whoever negligently or I m'le w" tll'ct e, il reputr sald Andiheire'neaith the 8aiui of heaven,
wilfully sufttrs or petuir such ailmal sitiewalk anl itntce idii,erltj lur cost I kielt by thu restless sea,
l to damage oay such tree or trees or of same. Aud vuwed I would seuk auo longer
Sdhrubbermy, *all be a ny uc d not more orthan Annual report of chirf engineer of The pioi that was ut. furt us.
Sfle dollars or Imprisoned in the city Fire Department was real, and inuiion henu ul! :ke a voice from Heaven,
aill for not more than ten days. prevailed that chief be rt quested to Than au angels Ongl more el-ea-
See S. That all ordinances ad parts pcify to the Board just what repairs A call to the fielde of duty
of ordinances in oo ct with the pro- may be neeUsary to pl s Central Fire Fll sweetly upon my ear.
vison of thrisordlnancbesand thaeti*ou in proper o~der, toWether with
Vision of this ordinaaeo be and ( these [ oe if to i rose, and the wasght of amone
same Is hereb appeltheestimated cost of the two nxals I re and the witelt w ow .
sm is bereby appe.d. Asked for in said report. Fell from my weay breast,

President of city oa l Commuimttion from chief enlseer And the thought f labeo nIt dp
Pased ln open Councilp M 106 1 .of Fire Department caldling attelaton of 8 B0 a110 the1 Nbleteists
Approved, Ma.8th., 18. Boazdtolowwaterpresureonhydrants *
Za. B, GAT. several times during fires' in the oity e, long with the agel, Dint.
.Mayor. for the pest few months, and spedally I asea eieds I dwelling s;
*if '7 Attst:-- at the lre on March Sd, was read, sad I se t for th, btt loe
Suffi narlythirty T. B. ANDKRIOX, on motion Clerk was instructed to far lsaor emplo my d .
fre ufs esn Mrl 3. l I Dulyt ae, City Clerk. furnish copy of said report to the Sup And now it toMy w
wife ea prealteens bus maes ma ---- rintendent of Water Works, with re- And now Iowtomy e
Wa.maw, .., writes "ores ears, I wes Diseover.o by a Woman. quest that he fprnish this Board with Brinng joy that nver e" s,
a constants interer from dyspepla aform he may afhav la a- To b y pos forever,
wak stomach. The lightest food prodded Another great discovery has been such formation he rmay have in an- Tohe my et forever, f
dhtrmcawingsevere pain and the forma- _swer thereto. The Clerk was further The wht-winged dove of pea l.
tuonof gas. Nematter how eareul of my mare andh attoo, bya lady in this instructed to ascertain the cost of -
dieslsafteed agontiing pa after Utls. country. "Diseasefasteed itsolutebe water pressure gauge,and reportat the Denver, Floria.
Swastra by many phsiciansand tr pon herand forseven years she with et meeting.----
numerousestomedoes without permaneatnhelpt
Two years ago 1 bes taklg Di. iles stood its sverests tests, but her vital Communication from 8. B. Hall rela. The readers of thie ;spmaer p l b
erve and Iver Pllisad Nervite. Watlin organs were undermined and testh live to the city assessmenton his prop- plssed to learn that there all loM
aiwek Itcme to iro vIasi. ad to he osued i lamienty and ould not ertv for 1897 wa read, sad referred to one dreaded diseel that I5dnMgw
eet whatIlked, nwsitha dseles e ep. She a disovred w Finance committee, with request that bees able to ur in Ill ie le ,a i
samy d ymc ess" recover by pareblasaol ous bottle of they look into the matter and report alht a is Ostairh E UP Wd te IS
Dr. Miles' eedll= e Dr. Klng's New Disovery for Con. next meeting. Th only poste ape I i
we add by all drg.- -aumptlme, and wA nsch relieved on An ordinance to potent shead treea- med i te fratero1td1. 1u1 A111
is tuderflape tbolt w$ taking first dose, that sh dlept all ornamental tree and shrubbery in tho oooatl I i.Ui
bemdle r moserepWSWiami nght, d with two bos has been citylibmits. Motionvs put ad eartdeie d. tUlo osi k
anded.ooDkc NAaigotatelt e&ed. U 6..1 is M1 anee be pleced on ecoaod road 4g and o the nM IN
easeeof thebhatenda Lther Lets,." Thu. wiltes W. ( final paage. Praed. th
- f-- 1s rS Niamlek & Cc, Ihlby,. N. O0 Trisd The name of P. Go. Rut wsN oi
--bottle free at Aebreamn Stevart's motion, restored to registratlen bokofsh
dragn/ B s *gl -el( B M e( .ad *l. Ward1. Collia Holdan and Claeaneg
Th Ward'a Fair e *. Evryf gaeumaisd, Jeffenon Wereo nM toS5hn ....45 t
ah re astron pb.oo of a, oo a op aHBb d
s pt or a b ire.t hL I -: O" tax reesipt, for the pet two j lesa. .* li' its
a.Ia. plobaerua the Iii arO.kE s Wshtton Clark ws ae u sister
Ciomncil adJourned ... ... .

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Fr Mahwt
W. E. BOBBIw8.

For AMerme :
Ward i-r. N. MARVICI
Ward 9- C. HOWELL
Ward 8.-. D. POMNS.
Wad 4-8. KEiNNRL
Ward 7-0-. W. FOWLEB.


It will be notlced with t
has be6n changed from an
folio to a 5-column quarts,
portions being such that n
the change. leaur in mind,
lessen the size of the paper o
the amount of rouding matter

there being firty columns I
thl-AwAwn as hkAAt fore

th t y-twe as neretoo o

While politicians have not yet agi-
tated the issue, it is nevertheless true
There is to be a campaign in 1896.
Vaaesncie will occur in several of the
S oontv offices on tw,o year terms, and
the v others of Putnam County must se-
L lrepresentatives to look after their
'-Areias In the legislature.
Taxz Toz B-HIBAWLD has not yet
treated the nmtter with any serious
thought, but one thing is important:
The Democrats who occupy positions
on the ballot must be men worthy the
support of the party, and who, when
elected, will prove a credit to the Coun-
ty and their constituents.
One of the best Democrats in Put\
sam County is J. II. Wylie, of Interla-
chen, whom, if he can be induced to
accept the nomination, would make a
good representative. Possessed of that
noble disposition wbich makes all men
admire him, always loyal to his party,
always sincere with his friends, al-
ways opposing that which he believes
Is wrong, and always honest, why
would b not be the proper man? He
would gmard the Interests of the people
of Putasm as a fitukful servant would
pgaUd hisMaaMte's home.
SGve us ood, honest men like John
P. Wan aMd J. H. Wylle.

A very oool-beaded, calculating gen.
tSleow who has given mature thought
to the subject. is of the opinion that
wi th next winter, at leat, all danger of
injury by cold to citrus fruit culture in
the oma belt of Florida will have
pa'sed. He bases his conclusion on
bq fhet that for tine last four years
here has been a peculiar combination
Sof beavely bodies which occurs only
S or twice In a century, an4 that It
always produces abnormal meteorolog.



~" a MIs an w

..hesvete eow"
agumeuta slpy l ator well elkdImi wpag *,bo`t n6y
iT mtostlead deser thge uhoM ane e A. the o h Ime o0 not is
a l a al te. e ared,; To yea ape hMe st
trats and .defa e.iprepared by fools oIto
and saves ase eat out by the carload try o.s.a r...
to daeotw plait sad h oot people. Ibol i k s idThe
They say to the farmerse there is ple more good than all
ty of money and that the low price of tkhe before. I h
y. farm products is the result of an over- ommend Pc ru.ns to.
all who are sff erial
ITH. production, and farms have shrink to wit h ay disease rt i
one half their commercial value, not advertised to cure. I am well and
because ofthe contraction of the mon- and stout now. I want everybody
-e volume, but on account of their be. affected as I was to know of the won-
Ilg a supply beyond the demand for derful merits of Pe-ru-na."
Unless treated by Pe-ru-na. la grippe
staple article, and that enlarged vol laves the system a deplorable con-
his issue ue of legal tender would only aggra- edition. It completely demoralizes the
the' form vate the evils of which they complain, nervous system, daranges digestion and
8 column When addressing the farmer he Is care- disturbs nearly every function of the
our ad. ful not to inform him that if there is a body. Pe-ru-na t a perfect specific
for this condition. It is an admirable
ecessitate lirge circulation prices would alvtnce remedy for the aftorenoet of agrippe.
this don't at d that taxes would he wore asily For further testimuniials, see book
r diminish paid. entitled Facts and faces, sent
r here- If every consumer i, al)urjdeutly .up- free to any address by The Pe-ruina
stead of plied with products fh twou rm the Drug ald l bu nuacturngs, Coo.,ol

u d u an uuU UorcIar t Uler woutuu e.e
surplus remaining to depreciate the
price of the whole. Home consumers
will live more generously if there Is a
steadily increasing volume of cur-
When the goldbug missionary is ad-
dressing a wage earner, a depositor in
a savings bank, a salaried officer or a
pensioned army veteran he is prepared
to show him that if silver is demonetiz-
ed and gold is the only money, that his
lnaome will be doubled na its purchat-
power. The cost of living will be re-
duced one haif if silver if demonetized.
The goldbug leaflet assures the army
veteran that he can buy two barrels of
flour and two suits of c'othes and have
the rent of his cottage reduced one half
if the bankers succeed in replacing sil-
ver with bank notes.
Our readers will remember what un-
exampled prosperity was to be the por-
tion ot the American people if the
Sherman law was repealed, and that
Congress was hastily called together to
remove that obstruction to our pros-
The Sherman law was appealed with-
out oonditlons. A tidal wave of pro-.
perity did not roll over the land. Oc-
culonally here and there a factory or
mill started its machinery and the
starving operatives summonedto their
old quaitters. It a machine shop. a
cotton mill or shoe factory or iron
foundry was put In operation or a store
replenshed its exhausted stock the
fact was heralded from ocean to
Senator Teller told the plain, honest
truth when he said everything which
buman ingenuity produced (except
gold) has been steadily falling since
the repealof the Sherman law. Farm
products have gone down twenty per
cent and factory prodt ta twelve per


"Be sure you are right, and then go
ahead" was the motto of Davy Crock.
ett, and should be the motto of every
Intelligent voter in the approaching
city election.
If you think it ls right in the sight of
God and man to show disregard for the
Holy Sabbath day, then vote for Gay,
for his past two terms have proven that
he will notidiasppoint you in future. think a God-worshipiog con.
gregation should not be allowed to of-
fer tribute, praise and thanksgiving to
the great God who created the earth
and breathed into you the breath of
lfe, then vote for Gay.
But if you have a conscience, lu the
name of all that which is good and nure
and holy, vote for Robbins, the mau
who has pledired himself to enforce the
laws of our city, and give obedience
and respect to the greater and higher
statutes laid down to us by the Creat-
or Himself.
Let every man, whether white or
colored, worship God according to the
dictates of his own conscient.ce, al let
him whodares interfere be forever cast
This is tagLt between right and
wrong, and the thinking people of Pa-
latka should awake to the situation.
When issues are as Important as they
are In this campaign, party lines should
sink into utter inaigniflcace, and ev.
ery man should choose the right.

Voting the republican ticket has
played sad havoc with the workingmen
of New England. The Tampa Herald
mays "the result ot the mill strks In
New England, so far as they have had
result, Is adverse to the strikers. Af-
ter six or seven weeks of vain reols-

wcal conditions. He sayv that when cent, The only exception ls wheat, tene the strikers are giving in and are
th atcmbination is broken, winch will which was advanced by reason of a going back to work. It was wouk or
be very eoon, Florida weather, as well short crop ln other countries. starve. There a only one more stags
that of other portions of the globe, Theoe has been no advance ln waes,. fo-the New England mill operatives to
<(illU anme a normal condition, and but in the proesece of a tariff iw. en- explore. After work or tarve comes
tIIe tin r will be so more frozen or- acted osteusibly for the beuefit of the work and starve."
np jg1 moves here, and the prosperity workitsmi olas thLet e has been a redue- w
f tke early ninelies will return tous,. tion or tbratened attike in all produn. Mar Baanna took a run from Wabh-
Smtetet be. e live indLustriea. Or conviction is that mingon lo New York ohe other day and
the L.ter ry Bereau of the goldit a will informed Wall street that there would
dr learn before long that they may'neul.rge o war, ad ,umdltl stocks
1.T78 beere were S 411 peunsioue. their campaigo of deception. false py. b uo w-ar, ad imml it stock
n tens and lynlo, a ul be defeated fliua- went up, mentions the A metleus Times
I the oa^. .aC. thea n 82,4 pen ly. Gold aund silver cannot be Meperat.- Be-rier. On other oueailous a:so it
)wv did, sad there are d making the world's exshang.m hs been foruibly demonstrated that
d the l ,"014 pesoner. without irreparable mischief. "What h, h n, m t
lA i tloo are servivors of the warW God has joined together let not mW n & l. asdegenerated ntp a government
t atino cs carn the unjlttr utl t p assder" ofanqa, by numa., for Ranne.
ab < lit y kap "n dyi;sg

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POMONA. Pia, Mar. 22.-Dr. and Mrs.
Hurlburt, of Springfleld, Mass., are
stopping at Mr. C. L. Smiths' for the
A car load of ashes from Canada ar-
rived here recently for Mr. Hoffard.
Mr. James Smith, of Palatka, was In
town Friday the guest of Dr. Peck and
Messrs McConnell, L. Brucksl and
Bertemes, of Chicago, after having
spent several days with Mr. Geo. IHar-
mon, left Monday of this week for a
visit to DeLand.
Since last writing Mrs. Augir bhas
left our midst and returned to her home
in the north, after a visit of several
months to her sister-in-law. Mrs.
We regret noting that Mrs. Miles has
been severely ill, but we hope she is
Improving now.
At the annual meeting of the Ladles'
Aid Society the following officers were
elected: Mrs. Eames, president; Mrs.
Peck, vice-president; Mrs. G. W. Har.
mon, secretary; Mrs. Vincent, treas-
Last Friday evening Miss Carrie
Green was taken by surprise when an-
sw',rlog a call at the door, to face a
company of our Younk people who had
gathered there "to have a good time"
as they term it. The evening was one
of much pleasure and will long be re-
membered by the guests.
Refreshments consisting of cake and
lemonade were served. About the
hour of eleven the guests departed
thanking their hostess for such a pleas.
Pnt evening. On the way home sever-
atl of our vouna ladies were heard to
sing the following song:
"To go to surprise parties,
To go to surprise parties.
To go to nsrprise parties,
Is a way we have to Pomona
To drive dull care away."
This is the best at. could be remem-
bered bv a


Why allow yourself to be slowly tor-
tured at the stake by disease? Chills
and htrev Will uander*i, ea4 event.
nally break dows the trongt e0oonsitou
ties "FEBB CURI (Sweet Chill Top-
ic with Iro) is more effective than
Quinine, end being, combined with
.iron to excellent Tonol and Nerve Med-
icing. It is pleasant to take. sa Ie
sold under positive guarantee to nre or
money refund I. Accept no subedtte
The "Just as good" kind don't effect
Aslep onthe Ra.
Two whiteomen, whose names we
were unable to learn, were tid over by
the 4 o'clock train on the Florida Sou-
there yesterday morning, near Francis.
They are supposed to have fallen a'eep
on the track.
One of the men was thought to to
fatally lbiured, but it is thought the
other will recover.
You need Cod Liver 91, you asy,
bat think yeo can'tiexe it. Tsy MORR-
RUVIN, a perfected Wine of Cod
siver Oil. You get all the virtues of
the oil without the disagreeable effets.
For sa'e by H. 9. STrWAiTr, Palatke,
Delay i dangerom- wien you ave
Cou~h or Cold, take PElEK'i lPINE
rAB .YTRUP at oOpe; It wl care
quoiky. Peek's Drun Store, Lameon
street opposite court hope. *



Wines, Liquors

And Cigars.

Very Old Wines
A Specialty.
Soeetal attention given to the killing ot
Jugs and Kegm.
We also handle the very
best of Case Goods

15 Lemon Street,'Palatka, Fla.


-MNanfaornjsva o(-
Wagons, Buggles,
44--- a-- (1-
Vehicles of all Kinds
Sl3lith WM. Nmo Sko 8i
Expernced workmen, in charge. sauste
on guranteed.
Second Sireet, opposite Court blouse.

la being investigated by experts to
prove whether the ecu. wM saedent
or trehsers. In the mneulie Inves-
Uigate our fine ekek of brandies, whisk-
lea, gl, rums, wines, ete., and we
know that the verdlet will be that ou
stoek was teted by expert, and that
It is the highest ginds goods at the
lowest prices to he secured in the city
or Sttes. When looking for Ilported
g ol.' remeNmnber


Large lot of Velvet
Peas at low prices.




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ut i Beutu of th
an for ior tea twenty yewa
SInrt bbttole seemed to rach tha
Md a penmlat use of It hu
erted the cure."-0. C. DAv4
sutoma, WI.

IL S Proaote Oood Dipgestion

AYTON ISLAND, Fla., Mar. 22.-
almanac tells us that the days and
ts are equal now, and certainly
are equally short. One does not
time to accompli-h much during
day, and yet the nights mot assur.
Sdo not stretch out to any great
Avis has just informed your scribe
that this is the season to go drum fish-
.k on the coast, as the china trees are
In blossom. But as "we" are nota very
ardent fisherman the information is not
very useful.
Mrs. Wakefield returned to Jackson-
ville the beginning of last week.
rs* Annie Wright and Miss Taylor
.t on Friday last for Jacksonville.
Mlss Taylo: visited the Ancient City
After which both young ladies journey-
ed to Savannah where they took the
Kamas City for hew York.
Mr. and Mrs. Wright also left us on
F;idav bound for Beaman, Iowa. Mrs.
right's many friends sincerely regret
Ir long illness and trust she mhy be
lg red to health ere long.
3 Cable and Miss Florence Cable
a er and daughter of Captain II. L.
Cable, arrived one day last week, but
flitted away to enjoy a trip up the fa-
mous Ocklawaha.
Mrs. Tallant has been absent several
ays visiting various points further

Sbhe legitimate news in this locality
IIll not take up much spaee.
We al rubbed forth to view the
tiful and artistic Bunte pas last

J Vhy does not our old friend Piek-
fa vor us oftener with ew fim
Beautiful little city between tike
eT Quite a umber of oar former
t seem to have fallen away lately.
y ought to treat ta better; we all
|anxiouslv for their Items
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rutt's Liver Ptll, an abso-
Cure forsick headache, dys-
si, sour stomach, malaria
itipation, jaundice, bilious-
and an kindred troupe&
a of Uf."
utt; Your Liver Plbam
y-wheel ofilfe. I shal ever
teful for the accident that
htthem tomynotice.I feel
had a new lease of life
i igh, Platte Cannon, Col
Ot's Llver Pill

60a .4 to thi mas.
teqqtthdpehl bijkmey.
1 rte fsxAuw t provide for a
reliable prot on the investment
and the bones tmsataed.
No volume of bslness done outside
the Mlate can be taken into considera-
tUon-a Legislatare eb not exercise or
delipto any power beyond the bounds
of Its State.
Whether the rates are reasonable and
just or not must .be decided by the
courts and not by the Legislature.
And in rendering his decision finally
settling these points, Justice Harlan
says the basis of calculation for fixing
the rates "must be the fair value of the
property being used for the conven-
ience of the public." And to ascertain
the value he savs'
"The original cost ol construction,
the amount expended in Improvements,
the amount and market value of Its
bonds and stocks, the present as com-
pared with the original cost of construc-
tion, the probable earning capacity of
the property under any rates prescribed
by statute and the sum required to
meet operating expenses, are all mate
ter of consideration, and to be iriveu
such weight as may be just and .rigbi
In the particular case. What the com-
pany Is entitled to ask Is a fair return
upon the value of that which it em-
loys for the public convenience. On
the other band, what the public is en-
titled to demand, is that no more be
extracted from it fur the use of a pub-
lic highway than the services rendered
are reasonably worth."
This decision takes many questions
out of the domain of controversy and
does much to withdraw the railroad
commissions from the fields of politics.
We commend the full text of the
Nebraska decision to the careful study
of many members of the Florida Legs.
lature. In which these cardinal points
have been often denied. An attempt
was even made to debar the defendant
road from its rijht of appeal, as if a
Legislature could take away one of the
!nallenable rights of American citizen-
ship I
With the settlement of these points
no more heated discussions of them
need consume the time of the Legis-
lature-the Supreme Court is that of
last resort.


A XnW AsTnUZ Alt o

italon'i BoTling Allyj

BeglbsMag ApaIl t a stable pris
will be awarded to the player making
bhe best average of anv ten games
bowled tos'hyllt,
Come out ad win the prie. Open
flerooftad nihbt.

By aeourlng a oetr sem ey for our
Revrsblte Wall p of lh United
States Iad the world. It MI laes t
one-sbhot mp published; six f o loaj;
sIveven t*esfa oolore. It is Io at-
trat ive thai It almost sells elf
..J it...
A Pbotoptph of the World
One ade shows a olored map of oar
great eoolr;, wtt3 ralieroadiw, countie..
rivers, towns, ete. The other side hows
an equillyelegant Map of tl World.
neoatilir all mouatris at a glance by
hilp of a marnail i.dex It abe
o ei. W u a si e s0Mmt, rotes of dl-
eeMwrao, and eusrarely loetes the
eees at 11 esarmt *vent, *ush up
boundary displaesa, Odbs batilw, Ar

t 9 sarsbs tasr 91M

rw eao se e aor fam foam r L -
lin of bhanrlmits iook, sdese,
aie*elopeis. oftr. mit-lt

;,Ir Ni.-l note %Ml

ftds.T I" s md-

Jester Brewfr ou the]Bealt with the
treuitjudgas. That decree was oirm.
-ed by to-day's action. The opinion of
the ourt disuMee several questions,
and dtisposest of them as follows:
First, the remedy of the railroads
wa at equity, and not at law; second,

the enforcement of a State law on the
ground that It is repugnant to the Fed.
eral Costituton I not a ui a nsiagainst
the State wi the e meaning of that
term as used in the Constitution; third,
the contention that a State has no
right or power to fix the rates to be
charged for the transportation of local
trafftlc on the Union Pacific for the rea-
son that Congress reserved tlhat power
to itself in the company's charter is not
well founded; Congress has never pass.
ed any law to carry such a contention
into effect; fourth, a railroad corpora-
tion is a person within the meaning of
of the Fourteenth Amendment to the
Constitution which prohibits a State
from depriving a person of his proper-
ty without due process of law.
The opinion discussed at some length
the relations of common carriers to the
public, and their respective r ghts are
set forth. The companies, the Court
atid, could not operate their roads for
their own benefit exclusively nor main.
ly; primarily, they must be operated
tor the benefit of the public. Nor
could rates be charged that would yield
profits upon excessive capitalization.
On the other hand. the State could not
compel the companies to charge rates
that would not return to them a reaou-
able Interest on the investment, based
upon a proper estimate of cost and
value. It was conceded, however, that
the determination of these questions
would always be more or less embarras-
The result of the decision iso to knock
out the schedule of rates sought to be
established in 1803, leaving the State
at liberty to make another effort to
bring the schedule, under existing con-
ditions to a point where the companies
can earn expenses and a reasonable
The ioling sentence of the decision
boe!d that the Injunction may be dis-
solved If later the Court find that mill-
way oonditioue have Improved and
tt rat es fised by ithe Commilseieoers
are not exorbitent. Thhisues# that
inhereatly the law Is use aoneWtu-
tioual and hat at some time In the fu-
ture it may be properly enfoiced under
suitable conditions, although at present
railway prolit are not sufficient to just-
Ifylt. I L 0 6 0
The Important and longawaited Ne-
break rate decision had a maximum ot
actual nisaeoee on yesterday's market.
The qualiention of the favorable do-
islon by the Court's intimation that
the States con fix rates, provided they
are reasonable, was, however, noted
later in the day, sod had a measurably
unfavoable effect.


ApnrrolatinN the Interest felt by our
people In the above matter, we insert
clipping from the Semi-Weekly Flort-
dt Times.Uuion & C'iuzen and the
New Yolk Commercial. We think a
eareful perual will nduee the Ueadir
to take the minme ve that the stock
marks d. The redtluise lrtese the
tate seougt to entree was about 19
r Got.

Sfr t W ....
Tansy, Psayoy d ouon. oot
Pills mev a supslons ad lt-
Mf.rlMew. t perbox. Forpaicau-
lisn addrem Dr. rank Bdmacdaon,
athe*s, a. mall-3m

O'u!: ^mCKE, 011 1 W AM.
DR, SAMttEL PITCHER, qf yWis, n Ksachs w, M


N(i tt6origb"wZ qPITCHER'8 CASTORIA,I' W heaven
od 06c heJowe ofthe Moths8 f America for ower thirt
Pow.. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wapper and sec that it i

and has the jignature ol4i4 WIis .rip.
per. No one has authority from m to usa ij nIAW ez
Capt The Centauwr Company of which iC'IasI.11 '. echer is
President. ,
March 8,1897. '" '/
Do Not. Be D-eoni.
Do not endanger the life of you' c;ii.i by accepting
a cheap substitute which some dru! ,i-i; may offer you
(because he makes a few more p':rnic; on it), the in.
gredients of which even ho does not know.
"The Kind You Have Always Bougt"

Insist on Having
The Kind That Never Failed You.

"PT A "NTrlT (? Leave PFlftka,
PLANT 5:00 A. M.,1:31P. M., 5:55P.M.
SYSTETIM- Arrive Jacksonville,
SY lE.LJM 7:80A. M 3:05P.M.,7:40 P.M.

5:00 A. M. TRAI, N arrie Pullman Slepting Car from Plataa
'" and day wonch from J seksonviOe to0 Cincinnati, wlitot
Soehange, via Montgomery and L. & N. R. R.
5:00 A. M TRAINS connect At Jacksonville with Pullman Sleeping
r Cars for New York via A. 0. L. ana Penn a R. R, also Pull.
and 5:55 Pr J man sleeper for Nashville, via Tiftoo, Macon, Atlanta, Chatt-

1:31 P M

5:55 P M

TRAIN. New York and Florida SpeoI Pullman Bleep-
ing ears from Palatka; Dining. Library and Observaton
can from Jacksonville to New York.
TRAIN Pullman Sleeping Car Palatka to St. Loualsvi
Montgomery and L &. N., connect at Jaeskaville with
sleeper for St. Louis via TIfton, Albany, Columbus, Bir.
mingham, Holly Springs; also oonneets with loofl lWeeper

Jacksonville to Savannah.
LEAVE PALATKA 11:00 A. M., 1:52 P. M. and 100A. M. forGulf Cout
LEAVE PALATKA 11:05 A. M., for Gulf Cast of lorida, via Ocala and
Pullman or Parlor Cars on all Trains.
Wleamahbi Line Port TMMpato Key West, Havs Metals ad JamaiteaM ort
Myre, Manate aiver and St. btonmMbu.
B. W. WRUNN. Passenger Trae Manwer, a vaaub, La.
P. M. JOLLY, Div. Pa Ageot, 188 W. Bay 8t., Jaoeuylle, Mle.


Beaoh & Miller Line.
Steamer Orescent.
rea 0 JMakovTlU eSJa i, .. aunadia Tumday d
Prosa Oreaet City at To:0 a. W., Menda.s, Wedda d 0a4uae
rt tAM Lmes e. Aest.
rWharf toauot Lea. Street. _____

trow raylwg crops because they're
flt b mand ways te tbeet. For
elseveryfbere. Be.. -nb utntea
*telk to Verry' Sooed an I! |;r:,t.
U11 W dAo4 A lnna fro. 1Vri,-, ror It.

Qiieon ,m Coinse Mad CeM
PlasdoeeksdrMug e o beem0o aid


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MELIROSE, Fla., March 21.-A very
serious accident occurred near Melrose
on the 10th inst. Richard Noble was
cutting down a tree, which fell on his
his little daughter, who had just
brought him a drink of water, fractur-
ingherskull, breaking her right arm be
tween elbowv and shoulder, also break-
ing left leg between knee and ankle.
Medical aid was at once procured and
at this writing there is hopes of the
child's recovery.
Spring iha come at last, and so has
the grass. Look out farmers!
We are sorry to bear that Commis-
sioner Thompson is not getting on so
well, but we hope he may soon be
out again.
The public school at Lake View will
close this week. Then we shall miss
the pleasant face of our efficient teach.
or, Miss Efle McKeuzie, in our midst.
We wish her much success where e'er
stho may go. The Oak Grove school
oo a finishes ihe term thbis week.
,;,. Dlahneea is quite lively in our little
viglge this season, owing to the large
member of tearmts.
Cusciza Too.


K Ua mVILLE. March 18.-Miss Mary
i 'Bln r, accomplished young lady of
olbDMtr and teacher of the Ft. Brook
sc hool, was over to see us Sunday of
7, last wek.
" ,Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Matehett are
Si' A. the happy parents of a fine boy.
J. W. Hewett Jr., is at Seville, Flor-
ida at priest.
S 8. Smith, of Reddick, was here
on business last week.
SL A. M. Smith, our interesting junior,
wil leave for his home at Reddick this
week after a two weeks stay at B. L.
Mr. Beynolds has moved his log ma-
l chine near Boreks where be will work
in the future for a while.
Jno. Bidoatrht sad family, of John.
son, were in ther'illa last Sunday.
A. J. U.

The2nte as reoa why oae should
hbmteaosea ha tflin or tIme. All
*At is nd to allty aeesm s of the
reoa. rto t'&e bronedil tabes'
mes itoatinu m Ias AWe's Obr-
'*-Pt e L It lip a we4pdfflsugh
*s a4 sob d be in slatawy meolase-

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We live in a country of which the
principal scourge is stomach trouble,
It is more wide-spread than any other
disease, and very nearly, more danger-
one. One thing that makes It so dan-
gerous is that it Is so little understood.
If It were understood, it would be more
feared, more easily cured, less univer-
sal than it is now. So, those who wish
to be cured, take Shaker Digestive
Cordial, because it goes to the root of
the trouble, as no other medicine does.,
The pure, harmless, curative plants of
which it Is composed, are what ren-
der it so certain, and, at the same time
so gentle a cure. It helps and strength
ens the stomach, purifies and tones up
the system.
At druggists, price 10 cents to 61 per
Call for MUtlig.
On Wednesday, April 30, at ten
o'clock a. m. the Putnam County To.
bumcco Growers' Association will con.
ven in Palatka for the purpose of re
oeiovin the report of the Executiove
Co9mmittm. The tobacco on hand has
all been baled and disposition will be
This meeting is called by order of
the Executive Committee.

Now Tobacco Company.

A company is being organized for the
purpose of buying, selling and curing
all the tobacco crop of Putnam county.
This company is destined to be of val-
uablq importance to the tobacco indus-
try, as it will encourage the culture of
the product.
There will be no limit as to quantity.
THi TIxs-HE RALD is authorized to
assure the growers of Putnam :county
that they will dispose of every pound
which can be raised.

9m Kel D.5lsalssed pi aa etssri-ee
sansanoM, W. Va. Oct. 10.-The
afit esperlmt with free delivery of
nl Ia the r l dlstrite was madee at
Obaesto W. Thm ae three
ewbeasm *sera u sad
boli ( uab ear.

M o to t e uiown Is tohs
dms of Otesmaster Gosial Wlewa.

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Capt, G0tes ctrjai lshi ".
Ujhtfean Mond ieti pPfoyrt, 4
Winless soO 1at oMng to tet0hk
AegM to open psatkatest t WIN
troable the C0ptela's wbtearltaI
patch mouk this year.
We ain la ma d rf ain badly. Tahr
is n stead of toaesoe worth me U..-
Ing, od garden trek looks
Thle ontalk of buidladg astame*d
oppoote WelakL. Cyprm Is agl
aMee on the banks of the river and
pa meunas to be devise to get
the Utimber from the interior. We hope
thereoadwillbebmuilt, M it will be af
good thing for Welace, and of course
id1pwood too. We always manage
to get our share.
We made the acquaintance of our
new editor, Mr. Kendall, last week.
Now I am not sure If the whole staff is
so youag, so If there is something in
the atmosphere of a printing room which
prevents inmates to raise whiskers.
they all look as slick as a lot of new-
born babies and are just as good-heart-
ed as such. There is no use tasking,
printers are generous to a fault; they
will deny themselves necessities to help
someone else in distress. If I could
have my way everybody would be com-
pelled to subscribe and pay their dollar
for a county paper, as well as they
are compelled to bay poll tax-vote as
we vote, Pationize your home paper
and home printers, don't have your
your printing done outside your town
and state, and afterwards ask your
home paper to boom your business to
help you out ot a scrape.



The undersigned wishes to oontraet for
the purchase of C mava Roots of the
present erop and t .iat o 1890. Will
pay for good sonu.,. clean roots, free
from stalk and wood, and from sand
and dirt, delivered at the factory, Six
Dollars in cash or by bank check to
parties shipping by railroad from a dis-
tance. Seed will be supplied at bare
cost of same to parties agreeing to
plant a stated number of sores for 1898
crop, Apply top. I. PILSBY, Aent,
Banford eFla. .
BSnd for ciroulars.

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ion l sh bqtte, aiIll at a
wi o e ftUr prps. B. alt* Ietso
t96 M weiS k canb to bao, I l"

Vh OelJSavquegtmli H Ie* Av
Oak Deamoeat sptat "H. Oween, of
Kentucoy, Is ploiung ten a re of plusW
tobso, as an experiment." Now
will some brave ooul put in a couple of
moes of lgaretts, a an experiment,
A visit to the seed be0s of the lan.
ford Tobscoo Growine and Curing Ae-
sociation develops the fact that every-
thing is in a thrifty condition. Enough
plants are on hand to set out 100 acres,.
and the company has'about this amount
engaged. Eleven acres will be planted
near Apopka under the control of the
association. One hundred acres means
00,000 lbs.; and at 50c per pound, a
very low estimate, this means $80,000
to be distributed here-a very snung
sum for a small body to control.-San-
ford Chronicle.
The Cuban tobacco growers use a
good deal of guano, but not excesively.
It has also been used by growers In
Virginia and Kentucky; also, to a cer-
tain extent, bat guano obtained in the
caves of Kentucky and other states.
Guano has a pecular stimulatinir effect
on the growth of foliage, but it would
be a great error to attribute to the use
of this article the qualities which give
Cuban tobacco renown. Guano alone
will give the plant size and push its
growth, but when that is said, all is
said. Guano contains large percentag-
es of nitrogen, phosphoric acid and
lime, but very little potash, and the lat-
ter is necessary in a good tobacco fer.

vs7 pastc u pa l-

Sfacmts llw. i"lafs W r.,
bear, s4 oveos tiThat sno nt
necessity of bein mpeoWgd tolt sp

may t dnrlg to Odaeste.
The mild and the extrmrdiMary selet
of Swamp-Root un son reallIed. It
seands the highest for lts wonderful
cues the most distressing cases. If
yon need a medicine yon should have
the 'est. Sold by druggists, price fifty
cents and one dollar. You may have
e sample bottle and pamphlet both sent
free bv mail, upon receipt of three
two-cent stamps to cover cost of pust-
age on the bottle. Mention TuHE TiMs
UHnALD and send your address to Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. The
proprietors of this paper guarantee the
genuiniurse of this offer.

A foul breath Is or e of the greatest
affliletionsthat man or woman can live.
An sftltetion not only to themuielvt,
but to theos who they come in contact.
A foul breath Is a great dilscourager ot
affection. It would probably he more
so If people only realized just what bad
breath means. Bad breath Is one of
the symptoms of constipation. Some
of the symptoms are sour stomach, loss
of appetite, sick and billousheadache,
dizzinres, heartburn and distress after
eating. These things meen indigestion.
They lead to dyapepsia and worse
things. They all start with oonstipa-
tion.and oonstIpatlon is inexcusable,
because It can be cured-cured easwly,
quickly and permanently, by the use of
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. They
give to nature just the little help that
she needs. There is no oase of bilious-
neM, constipation, Indigestion, heart-
burn or any of the rest of the night-
mare breeding brood, that these "Pel
lets" will not oure.
Send 21 one-cent stamps to cover cost
of mailing only, and receive free a copy
of Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser. Ad-
dress, World's Dispensary Medical As.
soclation, Buffalo, N. Y.

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pleas to the tOW anso.
e to the stomach, prompt in
don and truly bene fial its
pre d only from the noat
y an agreable subetsavb, it
excellent qualities ommend it
and have made it the mot
or remedy known..
up of Figs is for sale in 50
ttles by all leading drug.
Any reliable druggist who
t have it on hand will pro.
promptly for any one who
to try it Do not accept any
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fueeti(a. k l i,
olatbes iimih
Itene i lower a*e s thmegb rates
als'. Thi led to the stltodietion of a
bill In the United Stateo*suate onl Jan.
uary d94. 1898, to amietid our reseate
law regulating commerce so as to gave
the interstate commerce cimmniloners
more power. Our ra) road conmisaon.
ers have'ludorsed hus bill, and It. is
hoped it will be passed. If It I4 tptted
our commtitusion will llten be able to
regu'nie total rates, through the inwter-
stabe commlsaion.
Our commniion habi lowered thih rate
o'i fruits and vegetables hetweeiin Ical
points to take effect March 1mit soi uj tat
enabl.e .rower in loip over ripe or ar-l.
plus stock to dltffLretit polh0s iin ihe
state at more of a living rate. Thele
rates are as follows per 100 pounds:
Miles. Fruits. V'igetabllea.
I to .)0.... .13c 10
50 to 100.....1 10
100 to 140.....16c 11C
140 to- 160.....17c 12c
160 to, 180..... 18 12c
180 to 200..... 18c 13.i
900 to 220.....19c 13c
20 to 230.....19C 14c
230 to 280.....20r. 14c
Our railroad commission law, pet-
feoted by such amendments as niay be
found to be reasonable and necessary,
is what our state needs, and the idea f
its repeal is something that abhould not
enter into the mind of any friend of bhe
Beeklea's Arnica Main.
lite etal, ;tyive iD the world ih O'ito,
utses, Sore, Ulcers, Mall it *n,
ever ores, Tetter, Chappei ..-. I,
hilhalans, Cornm, and all Skit. I ,p.
,uti, and pitlivaiv cures Pile .o10
.y required. It Io guaanted t4. ,e
-seot qaasfaetioa,ormoney refuaiold
ice 5 ceaoe per box. For sale bY
merman l Stewart. drugm* .

Knights of Honor.
The Grand Lodge of Florida, in ses.
slon at Pensacola recently, transacted
much important businee. One of the
principal changes made was from annu.
al to bi-ennlal sessions. The following
are the officers elected for two year:
Grand Dictator-W. P. Turner.
Grand Vice-Dictator-G. L. Balizell.
Grand Assistant Dietatorr-W. S.
Grand eportee-h1 H. D'Alemberl.
Giran Tre1uistr--P. P. Poster.
Grand Cthaphln-RBobrt Cairns.
Grand Guide-L. J. Berkbeim.
Grand Guardian-0. G. Mobinson.
Grand Sentlnel---Joseph Duncan.'
Representative to the Itupretme
Lodge--T. J. Appieylar. Alternate,
W. B. ephbard..
The term of A. if. 'Alemberite,
which, under the old system would
bave expired next year, was extended
to 1900, and Gee. 8. Hallmark was
chosen as his alternate.

Honesty and Virtue.

There s more honesty and virtue
contalned in a bottle of Salvation Oil,
than In any other liniment kfown.
"sMr. A. Fledler, 2864 Palethorp St.,
Philadelphi. Pa., confirms this truths
8be found Salvation Oil to be an ex-
M elhent remedy for rheaumnmism, stiff
etaso, bae, t., e. 4 hliks It
s)14k always be kept hI the hons."
UI t to t0i ea4*r's arguments
1 ofa aubetat*. 'Insisfna get-
ug glatlou Q ests qe y to.
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,~, Nsumrne of Con-
l hat oings.

D. 0,. .aOb 1.-
WAfimglsa hb sa l.a a -ms ster.
SWaa pme OW twred town ds the
President to learn what action he will
tabn 0pe& the verdlet of the Xaval
Court of Inquiry. A perfte etorm of
excitement Is ragmg and it il coastant-
llgrowing in intensity. Congress isto
making a brave effort to wait patiently,
but is only succeeding in waiting, be-
cause it must wait; Its members are
human and their stock of patience Is
practically exhausted. There are a
thousand and one rumors as to What
the President will do with the report,
*but the impression prevails among Sen-
ators and others who have talked the
matter over with the President and
members of the Cabinet, that it will
depend on the nature of the report how
soon it will be sent to Congress and
made public. If it merely shows that
the Maine was blown up fr,,m the out-
side by unknown parties, it will prob-
ably be sent to Congrcss right away.
but if it shows that the explosion was
due to the action of any Spanish official
or officials, it would p-bably be with-
held until every preparation to make
aggressive war was completed, as the
President knows, as does everybody
else, that in case, as soon as the official
facts were laid before Congress. war
would be declared.
Signs of coming war are plentiful in
Washington. The House Naval Com-n.
mittee has added millions to the regu.
hlar Naval Appropriation Bill, providing
for additional battleships, torpedo
boats and torpedo boat destroyers; billW
are now under consideration to provide
for an extensive Increase in both the
army and navy; hundreds of official
notices of recruits wanted are being
prepared in the Navy Deparimeut, so
"a to be ready to be used in every city
in the country at abort notice-they are
belong sent out by mall. so that in case
that it becomes necessary to use them,
the department will only have to wire
its agents to go ahead. There is an
unusual bustle In every bureau of the
War and Navy Departments, and in
addition to the telegrams received over
the wire In the buildluga, there is a
continual stream of telegraph messen.
gere going in and out. This is not
only during office hours, but goes on
all ,lay Sunday and the greater portion
of the olght. The work at the Gun
and Carriage and Ammunition shops in
the Washinaton Navy Yard Is eontinu-
cis, three shifts of men each working
eight ?oars night along. Such a big
bole habs eles ade 0 the go.000,000
eotergendy approrao that there is
already talk of a4llr big app:opria-
time. All this not, of course,
sake it eerta-' M a tbhave war,
bot itcrtnalnly iyea to lMereae the
umances In favevof war.
If all the annual reports of govern-
ooent officials were as full of valuable
dnd inseestlae lIformatioa as that
made of the U. 8. Patent Offiee for
107', by "ti. A. P. irseley, Acting
Commiloeer of Patents, there would
be no oocasolu for calling public atten-
tion to money wasted In printing an-
nual reports. Pressure of more sen-
sational matter made the synopsis of
ibis report, that was sent out by the
Press Ampolation, utterly inadequate. .
In fact, the only way to Mfhy appreci-
ste ie value to inventors, patentees,
manufacturers, ealtallste and publl-
oita, n shbowlng how much the great
progress of Amerian IndusUry owes to
the II 8S. Patent system, to teead the
wn ire thirty iagpe of this pqmaplet,
which oe-y be had free by writila to
the Uomrio onear of Natente, Wash.
lagtes, I O.
The *ew figatleh Minister Is both
beiaty asit Ciaulo is. In addition to

bag)gid open negotiation witho
Nleq5UtVt *MMaas*or for aom-
merodl ueaty with Spain, Juat M be veeltybeieved i the ph oi-
billtve the neucluelon of snah a trasly,
ader stiltt etrenm tones, Senor
Ieha ten0ep-nes uesors to have

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Grand and Petit Jurors.
Grand and Petit Jurors drawn to
serve at spiio term of Ciicuit Court
which couvenf.s April 12th, 1818:s
J. H. Cole. W. D. Allen.
E. North. J. Abstein.
B. I. Groomiu. James Heston.
Robt. Cairnes. D. liohannon,
A. J. Groover. .1. E. Matchett.
R. W. IIHrrison. J. T. Dantorth.
H. E. AnderAou. J. D Hilgtnbotham.

W. F. Crews. S. II. Ludlow.
S. R. Jerkins. G. W. Becks.
N. H, Blandlug. A. G. Phillips.
C. H1. Preston. W.J. LMon.
Julius Ceeblts. .1. P. Granger.
N. D. Mizelle. J. M. Cheseer.
Chas. R. Morrow. N. 0. Davis.
David Dawes. W. A. Baxley.

It is true wisdom for every.
body to take a thorough course of
Swift's Specific just at this season
of the year. The blood is sluggish
and impoverished, and the system
is full of impurities which should
be eliminated. In addition to
thoroughly cleansing the blood,
and toning up the system so &A to
avoid lon of appetite and a gen-
eral run-down feeling in the
spring, S. S. 8. so strengthens and
builds up as to fortify against the
many forms of dangerous illness
that abound during the hot sum.
mer season. It is a very small
matter to take this premation but

the world belmye t Vly roeom
aatoaomy tna t 4ou, peW t been fully
aseepted by thi liasaptW and peace
restond toOCubahi belt hUe warlike
attMtude of thbi oet y toatdrd Spaei
and the preoene of t soag fleet of
Ne wanip ast fI Wete. It' ls Im.
poesibleot to auo Uim sgemUlty
asd ladstry of thee SpaIab dplomaat,
but that does *ot prAenft a umber of
proseat ases ai d l erepnOta-
Utves t'iMwg t heaa* ho #may
eoalrnel a0 eulWk, the Mo battle
htmb that ilgt Ue das ge1 ruy se0 to beIM
olhisd lyIng lobbyist. It is aot
pleait o hear tm meons aM t-
tan that asisto y, wtlch sIeato
Procter, GAINu aM Money, who
have persoally laveadgtad declare to
be a miserable failure, le a snocess. It
Is a little too much like calling our
tenastrs liars. Their object is to try
to make friends for autonomy in Coo-
grass, but the evidence against them is
too convincing for them to make any
headway in thatdirection, even If Con.
gress were not overwhelmingly in favor
of Cuban independence. These Conm.
missionert were formally present to
Secretary Sherman today.

it insures health and tOMgth all r y yet for sale, an will not e n
suammr. Swift's S pu1*e it has remained in the packing
I IJ B owleast one year. The growers of eoue
will not realize on this unatllit is dl-
e Dposed of, but we have every assurance
is far ahead of all other renedse of ready ale t good pdres when on
for this purpose. It is a real cco Is ready for thesi
blood remedy which promptly Buyer, as a rule, are highly pleased
puril- the blood and thoroughly with our Samples, but hesitate to pr-
renovates the entire system, tone case until they are mtisfedthat It has
and strengthens the stomach, and passed successfully throztil the betan-
renews the appetite. It is the ing; sweatiesg and coloring processes.
only safe tonic, being purely yegO. This takes time, and the only thing we
table, and the only blood remedy can do is to be patient and hope for the
guaranteed to contain no arsenic, best. One of the largest Arm lin the
sulphur, mercury, potash or other country, to whom I bad neatsaimphlt of
mineral substance, which Is of so our tobacco, wrote me a few days ago,
much importance to all who know that such tobacco, when properly be-
the injurious effect of thee drupg. oeed and sasaoned, would comamnd a
Nature should be assisted by na- price of from s eents to $&00 per
ture's remedy, 8. 8. 8. Tak pound."
8, 8. S. and be weal eu num l.
The 3ateip. Ut ke
Which arise from 1 mp00 FtS 1 AI the
Wood aada&PW 0,0e4d9a16041OftbI5
Ai, l" d may b entirely averted by
*eI a71 Th1s greau -

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the liberal use of fertile :ers con-.
taining io% and over of actual


can they raise large crops of
well ilavorel, rich*v colored
Wv have i.: .' pam.
phleti n tlhii', end
for ithemni.
Written for The Times-Herld.

I am a equirrel, sleek and gray,
I roam through forest, thickand wild,
I climb the trees, I skip and play,
I love the spring so bright and mild.
I hunt the woods to find my meat,
I crack the nuts and eat with joy;
I go erraq's with my own feet,
I take a nut for my best toy.
At coming frost I hide a store;
In stormy dayv I go not ul.
With my sharp eves I watch my door-
Of pretty days I rove about.
The hunter Reets me for a feast,
I watch, and run when him I fear,
I hate.ii n.Io, the velDing beast 1
I wish no dog or iun was near,
N. J. T.
Putnam County Tobacco.
San Mateo Item.
After many days we are pleased to
state the tobacco In the hands of the
county association is now being baled
and next week will seethe last of it
packed and all further expense stop-
Some attempt has been made to sell
this tobacco and samples sent out.
Samples should not have been sent out
until the tobacco is ready for the man-
ufacturers or until It has had the bl-
tune and final bale sweat. That Is we
should not try to sell a cured article by
samples that are only partly cured. If
cur grower cannot sell their tobacco
pole cured and undertake to cure and
bale it, they must expect delay in get-
ting the money from their crop. In the
end it must pay as the middle men or
curlong house men who buy the pole
cured article are certainly making
money. Quincy buyers demonstrate
this point.
Some of the Marion codoty growers
are evidently in just the position of
our Putnam county growen.
The Times-Union and Cinaea says:
Captain George E. Cambell. mana-
Rer of the londsa Havama TobMeeo
Company of this city,eas: "We have
taken a large amount of the Marson
county product to cure, bitunead bale
ready for shipplng. I Is really not

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.tIt re a. l n- tWelv*
etroMh.adblag that 34we*
.ta e plead upol* the pauper lut.
Oa stoe of0ed 0t he Me pVAd
Moalm htit at $ Iper month or tinm-
UadiAte 0S, lP101Sto D. t ,kacock.
.~lls woer meIweM for burytan ua-
knownl negro man found near Buffalo
Sluff, on whom ad inquest was held by
Justice Rowtou as follows:
F. E. Wetfor hauling and burial
S4; N. P. Stobblue for making coffin,
ordered paid $2; Geo. Pierre, lumber
foPWcoffl, 813.0, referred back to him
for explanation of amount.
Committee on.e'wer from jail to riv.
er reported prbgros.
B. F. Adams paesentd hsa bond as
Notary Public o In e aeun of S800, with
R. J. Adams and J. H, Harp as asue-
ties. Bond approved.
Payroll for juror and witnesses at
inquest held upoe. negro man found at
Buffalo BltO examined and approv-
On uotiU~o it was ordered that the
lerk dqW V a warant for Mrs. Mose,
Isyable to John Hancock, for immedi-
ate ue, for 2.0. Furlher ordered
that the children of Mrs. Morse, ren.
Sweat and Edward Green'be Informed.
thoee who am old enough, that they
muat mppoti their parents or the law
will b e forced to compel them to do

Also ordered that after this month
Ozlla Knowles be allowed the sum of
2iS.0 per month.
Petition was read asking the removal
of obstructione on a road near Banner
le. Referred to Commissioner
Varme*s for investigation.
County Treeurer J. C. Vertrees
made his report of warrants cancelled
tor the month of February, which was
examined, found correct and ordered
AIMo hi report of funds on hand
March et, as follows:
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tmu depart w ith I iete
eme oleed4 f for E bruary, 16,
JdabW. 4aAmaned hih eporn of
dneo g 1d ofutamn eoolleotpd for Jan.
N, of Pe ble eINtnmoln for their
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And Fancy Goods.
Bal in stock an elegant and diverst-
fled line of 'all goods pertaining to
thi Milliery Business.
Experienced Northern Trimmer in
charge of Trlmmani Department.
A SKiALTr--Tell assortment of
BTA M L DS and EM-
' 6 WlasMotd the A-uoy for the
MEn"IOK'ATT Itl.c I am now
regard to i alloiderlde for this eele
brted pattern.
W or write to me for Fashion

Graduate Optician,

What is Better than
Good Eye-sfght?
Now is the time to have your eyes
examined, and glasae fitted. A delay
ay prove wsnoe.

PALA x*G. *W1,

.blata 1004 ~
'm OsU3La c0= .. .w

The Crescent Chill Cur
For the Oulok andc Permanent Cure of /
Chills and Fevet,.Remittent Fev"er.
Intermittqnt Fever and Bilious Fev r,
.,Laarippe and Neuralgi
OG4A c.0tSleed to. *e.
Moat all Chill Tonloq will are bills, but tnat isall t ney 11. eOr Madi
many oases a pbhslela ha, to be called to get the patient well. Noi 11'
THE ORBS0BNT OHIRJL IONI2 st tonesthe stomach, restores the
petite, and parf ti e bloot ..It eridloates malarial poIson and puts
Ivertn the very best poiibic eonditio.
In this hes the Areat eboretb the meets of this mudlel,3 aM nine-tethi
ald.ever aries from an accumulation ot malarial poisons a torpid I41ve r
specific for NBURALGIA ,sa LtURIPPE. Price s caste. Pr s ale at,
CWTry one bottle. 1 pay thepotage, and t iot foupd
represented, [ will immediately refund money upon'
roeelpt of empty bottle. Vry truly yours, ?fWfJV1
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Paints and ,Wall Paipb.

White Lead arid Yarnishes.
Pure Chemioals, Toilet Artileoi aId Fiany Goods
Extradt* for the Handkerchief. Our stk co eomRrJex aeof the Po
Odore, Brushs, Paintern' SuppliA, &c. /


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