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: June 17, 1898
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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: VID00112
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33475274
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Preceded by: Palatka weekly times
Preceded by: Palatka herald
Succeeded by: Palatka times-herald

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, LA.. JUNE 17a'


W IE Mr. BobCAL

A. L. Chatfield, of LocSan ato, Per




tow onal Moday. erest.
Short, Sappy Mtod, of Wel ot Matt ws in
In Palatha and Putnam Coun-



Who la Mr. Bob? T
A. L. ChatBeld, of San Mateo, was in
town Monday.
W. L. McLeod, of Welaka, wa in
town Saturday.
J. F. Tenney, of Federal Point, was
in town Vednesday.
David uawes, of Crescent City, was
in town Tuesday on businesS. .
Prof. 0. L. Strickland, of Etoniab,
was in to see us Friday afternoon.
Mrs. J. I. Himes and children have
gone to Indiana to spend the summer.
The Methodist church is receiving a
new roof of cypress shingles this week.
Hon. B. V. Morgan made a trip over
the western part of the county last
week.
Mrs. R. F. Adams returned Monday
from a visit to her parents at Crescent
City.
A. J. Dounelly returned to Orlando
Saturday, after a week's visit to rela-
tives here.
Capt. Husson returned to Tampa
Sunday after spending a few days with
bhs family here.
The family of George Weller have
gone to Daytona to spend the summer
on the beach.
Mrs. A. L. Glass and children arrived
in town Monday, aud are visiting Mrs.
Glass' parents.
Mrs. Wm. E. Ransom has returned
home, after a very pleasant visit to her
daughter la Tampa.
The question, "Who Is Mr. Bob,"
will be settled at Fry's Opera House
next Tuesday evening.
Several car loads of cypress logs have
been received at Tilghmans' shiagle
mills this week.
Mrs. A. M.Stpen and son, Allie, have
gone to Pablo Beach to visit relatives,
and will remain several weeks.
Prof. I. I. Himes hsb gone to Lake
City, at which place lie will teach the
summer normal 'Schuol.
Hon. J. H. Harp, of Crescent City,
one of the candidates for the Legisla-
ture, was in town Monday.
Miss Francis Newsome, a charming
yoUng lady of Crescent City,is the guest
of Dr. H. R. Estes' family this week.
Dr. and Mrs, L. D. Eaton left Wed-
nesday for a sojourn at the different
points of interest along the east coast.
Scrofula, hip disease, salt rheum,dys-
pepsla,and other diseases due to impure
blood, are cured by Hood's Sarsal.nlla.
Ron. John P. Wall, Putnam's candi-
date for Railroad commissioner, was in
to see us a few minutes riday after-
noon.
Mrs. W. C. Snow left yesterday for
a lengthy visit with friends in Brattle.
boro, Vermont. She expects to return
in October.
Malarloni with Malarion Tablets giar
anteed care for chills, fever and ague,
or money refunded. 50 cents. All
druggists.
B. C. Sanderson, who has for several
years been conducting a harness shop on
Front street, has removed to Tampa to
engage in similar business.
The three-muted schooner, Josiah
Linthicum, arrived inU ort Friday and
took on a cargo of shingles at Tllgh.
man', mill for Baltimore.
On Monday three white and two col-
ored men were before Judge Ooxe on
a charge of violating the fish law. All
of them were acqittted.


Ifl i5kMT1 Melropolls oftO*.
sti ys. .P8.&. &. 1lmih, ofalatis,
a 00p0f'lnMt ~itgy to.-mniw, and
wul Mif .D. Cae
Malarion is endorsed bylit phyltv
ldans and guaranteed to aurs chill, te-
-ver and goP, All druggists, or from
Mofft.-Wot Drug Co., St. Loeis.*
Mrs. J. H. Johuton.. who has been
visiting leunds in Orlando, returned to
Palate lst week and left yesterday for
Dun4e, VS. Y., to spend the bummer
with relatives.
Four more colored men were before
Justice Coxe. Friday, for flablongout of
season, and each !of them war placed
under a bond of W25 to appear at next
terns of court.
Miss Alda Eunis returned Monday
from a week's visit to her parents in
Georgia, and is again at her post in the
Western Union Telegraph office. She
reports a pleasant trip.
Ernest Carter, 'one TiHE TIMs.-
HKRALi's patron's at Sisco, called in to
see us Friday, and renewed his sub.
scription. Mr. Carter has gone to
Nashua to spend awhile.
The Montgomery Cooperage Compa.
ny mads another large shipment of
turpentine barrels last week to parties
on the Ocklawaha river. The consign-
ment consisted of 600 barrels.
Tuesday's Jacksonville Metropolis
says: Mrs. Samuel Cragin, of Palatka,
who has been in the city on a visit to
her daughter, Mrs. R. J. Riles, for the
past two weeks, returned home to-day.
E. J. Smith was struck by a bicycle
Wednesday evening at the intersection
of Lemon and Second streets. Mr.
Smith was not seriously injured but
sustained a severe bruise to his right
knee.
We had a pleasant call from Dr. S. E.
Peck, of Pomona, Saturday, who came
to renew his subscription. The Doctor
Is a firm believer in the "no fence law,"
and thinks that Putnam County would
be greatly benefitted by such a law.
Mr. and Mrs.S. J. Hilburn left Mon-
day fu, Lake City to attend the com-
mencement exercises of the State Agri-
cultural College,ard expect to bdabseut
all the week. They will be the guests
of C.A. Finley and family while in Lake
City.
Rev. W. Woodworth, of Welaka,was
among Monday's visitors to Palatka,
and made a pleasant call at this office.
Mr. Woodworth expects to leave in
about two weeks for Omaha, Nebraska,
to attend the greatexpositlon. He will
represent Txz TIMEx-HXUALDand will
furnish us with an occasional letter.

A Woandoerfl Dlaevmy.
The lut quarter of a century reoorde
many wonderful diseoverM In medicine,
but none that hae aoeomplih#d more for
humanlt than th sterling old household
remedy, rowns'Iron Bittern. It seems to
contain the very elements ofld health,
and neither rman, wommna or child can take
it without deriving the fratest benefit.
. Brown Iron Bitter solid by all dealers.

E. 0. EAK. & Co. will sell you a
large load of Dry fine, Ash or Oak
Wood to any part of the city for $1.
When you need wood call up 'Phone a



Need

A Change ?

Try the Seaside, A

For fine fishing, excellent bathing
and the prettiest beach on the At-
lantie coast, where the air ia pur*
and refreshing,

...Coronado Beach...

Leads the Procession,
Coronado Is opposite New
Smyrna, only two hours from
Palatka, and you can get ao-
commodations at moderate
prices by writing to the
SEASIDE HOTEL.
W. H. NEWELL, Prop.
P. 0. address, New Bmyrna, Fla,


TEACHMIRS' XAMIFATION, f
u- .

t i. -le9 ItW9t erew W l
ike e utnA tiont of O eaebs teor s
seqpty, which took Aolas i ilslat
last Week, resisted la twelve undidll
suoolefully peeas l out of a laus of
eighteen. Following is a Iat of these
who made the required percentage:

First Grade-Homer E Wakefield.
Second Grade-J. U. Cottlogham,
Lina Sheffield, Albert 8. Burgsens,
Eva Robinson, Mary A. Haipln.
Third Grade-Maudie Hancock. E.
Riyford Hancock, Claudia Green, W.
r. Watkins, Mrs. M. E. Br.ddock, A.
T. Browning. ,
COLORED.
Fourteen were examined, and four
passed, as follows :
Second Grade-Jessle L. Thomson.
Third Grade-D. J. T)anlels, J. H.
Burroughs, Ella L. Banks.
The next examination will take place
cn the first Tuesday after the first Mon-
day in September next. Theexamina.
tion on theory and practice will be taken
from Browning's Educational Theories
published by E. L. Kellogg & Co., 6d
East Ninth street, New York City.
We publish this information for the
benefit of those who failed to pass at
the late examination, and for others
who may expect to enter the September
examination.
At the Opera House Tuesday Evening
It has been some time since Ialatka
people have had an opportunity of wit,
nedsing an attraction at Fry's Opera
House, but next Tuesday evening there
will be a two-act comedy, with several
specialties, which will make up for all
lost time.
The attraction we speak of is a very
interesting and amusing play and wil.
be produced oy home talent for benefit
of the Episcopal Church. The price of
admission will be nominal,and no doubt
the opera house will be filled to over-
flowing.
"Mr. Bob" is the title of the comedy,
and such a confusion of blunders will
be seen by those who witness the play,
that even the most solemn and long-
faced element of the audience will be
compelled to give way and enjoy a good
old-fashloned laugh. Those who fall to
attend will no doubt miss one of the
best plays erer given by home talent in
this city.
"Smlke" Is No More.
Readers of TnH TIMiS-HxRALD
throughout the county who have occa-.
sion to visit the court house will read
with regret of the'death of "Bmike,"
the bright little dog of Justice of the
Peace, C. I Bowton,which occurred on
the 12th of May. Smike was one of
the most human-like doce that we have
ever seen,and it would seem that he had
a kind word and a smile for every one,
who came near him-that is, $a near as
dogs can talk and smile-so friendly was
he.
But ktmlkee Is no more, fhd while he
was only a dog, vet hbe will be mined.
If there is such a thing ,as a haven of
rest beyond this vale of tears for dogs,
Smike is certainly happy.

Didn't go to Tallabasse.
Rev. W. E. H. Mabry, pastor of the
Methodist church, was quite sick all of
luat week, and was unable to all bhi
appointment at Tallahase Su.nday,
where he was to preach the bacealaure.
ate sermon at the Tallabasse Female
Seminary. Mr. Mabry went to Day.
tona Monday to speld a few days at the
beoah, i the hope o deriving some
benefit from the malt air. Mrs. Mabry
and th children are summering at
Daytona.
Notice.
If thib notice should reach relatives
of Perry Collier, who removed from
New York to Florida about fifteen years
ago, will they kladly write to George
Kin;. 1804 Locust st., PIttabarg, Pa.

Espeelaly valsbl to werm e wa'
Iron Bktem. UMead Vaniashe, boda eh


k5 ,bqi hoeta


C1erwt4lp Weiemg. ., .I..

ChuObr. hd ..
^ ~. S.Onr ,oihlof y, .
-1004 OuTaylmos altar Miss t enaie
a barming young lady o

ht endte nweren HiM"e Sualk
Onto and Bqroa Boyce. and sm.es sr'
UDe Mostbollen and A. J. Donelly. *
The ceremoay wM performed by Rev.
Thomas P. Ray, pastor of the Presby.
tertsa church, of this city.
Mr. and Mr.Ourry arrived in Palatka
Thursday evening at 9.2:, and were met
at the depot by a large number of their
friends, who showered quantities of race,
upon them and hurled old shoes after
them by the score.
The newly wedded couple have gone eo,,As aOsne owa., ..w oa.
to house-keeping in the handsome cot-
tage adjoluing the residence of M. W.
Stewart, on First street. Save Your loney.
The bride is one of Melrose's most We invite the attention of our one-
popular youngladles, but is well known tomers or persons wishing to save
and universally admired In fPalatka,! money in Dry Goods, Shoes and Gents
having taught in our public school. Furnishlun Go.)od to visit our stores.
The room to one of Palatka's most A pleasure to show you our goods.
prominent young business men, being THn B. E. Boxn Co.
manager of H.T.Vatteriin's shoe store.
May their lives always be as happy as The Florida Reglment.
on the day of their marriage. The Tampai Tribune says: "The First
Florida regiment has been temporarily
In Regard to Health. attached to the fourth army sorp, comn-
In compliaqoe with request of State mended by Mejor Geueral J. J. Cop-
Health Office, Dr. J. Y. Porter, the plonger. The Florida regiment with the
Board of County Commissioners pub- 82d Michigan and th Ohio, form a.
lish the following rule: brigade in Gun. Kline's division. These
Rule 28--Duty of Authonties.-It regiments wete formerly In the seventh
sha!l be the duty of the mayor and mu- army corps, commended by Major Geo.
nicipal authorities of Incorporatqd cities Fitzhugh Lee. There I now little, it
and of the county commissioners of any, chance of the Florida regiment
unincorporated towns and villages with- being sent to Jacksonvilla."
in this state to require proper burial or For Fine Or es, Dimities,
cremation of all persons deceasedwith- Fora aFe Organdw York, Dimies, o tnd
in their jurisdiction, whether the same THi S. E. BOND CO.
be residents or visitors, paupers or ..
otherwise. And no such bria! shall be Birth.
had without a pei mit,signed by a proper Born, on Thursday, June 9th, 1898,
person, to be designated by them, and to r. and Mrs. Leslle Jones, to Palat-
to Mlau only upon he certificate signed k.. a fine boy. Dr. E. E. Jenklns was
by the attending physician, citv or th, attending physioian,and both moth.
county health officer, orcoroner, seitini er and son are getting along nicely.
forth the name, age, length of sickness
and cause of death. At Your Own Price.
Ladies' Oxfores and w repe p
Patlatka's Hum of Industry. .i..,,a, .... ...,
bm hawld- Cat ad ca.a a


Commencing Monday, the mammoth
cypress shingle mills of the Tilghman
Brothers began running both day and
dight, so great is the demand for the
excellent quality of shingles turned out
by this concern, which is said to manu-
facture the finest shingles in the coun-
try. It gives Tux TIME.HERALD
pleasure to note the progrewsof Palat-
ka's manufacturing Industries, which
are setting a pace for the state,
Delegates to the C. V. Reunion.
The following members of Camp
Finley, United Confederate Veterans,
were chosen at .the meeting Monday
night as delegates to attend the Con.
federate reunion held in Jacksonville
yesterday:
CaptR. H. Y. now, J. C.Vertrees,Sr.,
and 0. B. Jdiahon.
Officers of St. John's Club.
The SU. John's Club at a recent meet*
nlg elected the following officers :
J. Walte Hillilard, president.
H. B, Stwern vies president.
B. F. Adams, eoretary.
M. H. Baughton, treasurer.
Marriage at Me.....
On Wednesday, June 8Uth,M the reel-
dane-of the bride' father, Dr. i-a
oeRae, Mr. A. Crag and Mls aJoni
Meoae were united in marriage.,

Cadh for Wed Cedar,
Ten mre carloads of logs wanted.
Address H. Frilelander, Iaterlehen,
FIa. jul7t
Delay Is dangeroa-wten yoa Have a
Couh or Cold, take PE31'e PIam
TAR ETBUP at once; it will oen
quiohy. Peak's Drug Store, Lease
street opposite court hose. *

JOHNSON'S
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must e so onse an get a pair as
price.


STnH A. E. o0ND Co.
C. J. riarett was among the Pailt-
khas who visited JacksooviUe thi
week.
Our entire line of Misses and, Chil.
dreu'e Strap clippers and Oxfords an
Iolng at o *t.


Taz P. 1X. o Co.
.BUY FLAGS and Buating for
decorating purposes from
THUa U. BOND (I.
Be Patrtiic.
We have Just reoosyed a eoplete
line of patriotic Neckwear for Je Iaii
and entlemen.
Tax ,Su. E.3 >C ,jo
Mr and Mrs. M. J. MarMpy at tW '
boy spot thie day 19 TaesonUi ,
te day.
Straw fla ats at ar !.
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S Wide Is ReeassildeMi ss Oa a Pu. a .s .
s' A special from Washington to the Tne rxntmky dtilen to
Jiockionvtile Time$ Union and OCtiDen, aed 0 O l "a od w to aba .... -
under date of June 1lth, sas : ft 5 sI Anw im odiMldsMo t:f r a ds- *
It ishighly probable that the nelt ldt th e a rmnd. W alF ocl to i" o
ner ad harbor bill will carry an -p o T-oA T T HE-o
propriation for deep.draught navigation it am be Wmtasported. iL T .
of the St. Johns River as far up as Pa-. Nh. em ie lago Oloel' Thomas IL
S lath. As Indicated in the dispatches tY Ileyhe/ a ers of otperimet, FAC IMILE
early last week, the project has met male a maill bottle whih holds e AIM LE
drink It Is bottles at this kind, filled
with the approbation of th. War De- with the beat product of the aote, that | r lolar IGNATURE
apartment, which made a fa ,orable re- TU IC A S p pa will tbe presented to the~ oldie o In thilt lid
port on the matter, response to the hot countries to idedKen-
resolution Introduced In the House by is due not only to the originality and ane argue, the soldiers will need small
uaimplicityoftheombination, butalso does of bourbon to make them fight.-
Renrdseitative Davis. to the care and skill with which it The old story of Grant and liAnooln and
Mr. Davia' resolution directed the manufactured by scientific processe the whisky is recited in support of the F
War Department to furnish Congress known to the CAiIroawlA Fine Syt plan, PiO sDilt "ge
with information as to the condition of Co. only, and we wish to impress upon The plan haa not yet been put into IcmlqndReStCr',
the St. Johns at Orange Mille Flats, a the imporne of puchain the operation, but whisky men out in the Op .Morphic I '" -
true and original remedy. As the sate as pushing it. The plan to for NlOT NA1 ..
below Palatka, with reference to navl- genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured each ditilltery to contribute barrel of
gallon for ocean-going craft, and what by the CALIFORNIA FIG SvaUP Co. Its beet make. This will furnish whis-
sum of money wou'd be required to put only, a knowledge of that fact will ky for medical and fighting purpose. .. l W. .
the river at that point In condition for assist one In avoiding the worthes. for the entire army.-Exchange. 4 I
im stations manufactured by other p sr- I '-"
naviaton for coatwiseveels ties. The igh standing of the CALI- Te Rw M rlal of Heroes. *i 7I r ,1:..Y
Secretary Alger, in bhi report to Coin- oit.iA FIG S-ittp Co. with the medli. When Americans beg for a private's dboat
iress, incloses a c-mmuntication fro'n cal profession, and the satisfaction place in the army and for an opportu- m Bc* .. "'
Col. W. II H. Blenvuard giving the re, which the genuine Syrup of Figs hap ty tof a te stertan death in the
sult of a. examination of ihe t JIon h given toamillions of families, makes navy, we have little fear from all Eu- '"
wade by Jamesf H. lat-o>, ..istat't of tihe excellence oit its remedy. It is rope. We have ain abundance of ob- Apcrfect Remedy forConstipa-
S engineer. Mr. lnou says : far in advance of all other laxatives, ons, and we may have many Doewya lion, Sour Stom ch.Diarrhoea,
"The coastwise .raft that usu.l'v as it nets on the kidneys, liver andti -St Louis Post-Dis pitch. WormsConvursionsFeverish-'
enter the St. Johbns iver draw from 15 bowels without irritatingor weaken Klondike or Cuba. ss andLo o SLEEP.
tO 18 feet of water when loaded The Ing themi, aind it does not gripe nor nd States i a country big iots no r
nauseate. in order toget its beneficial The United States is a country big T imtle Sitgnaturc of
available depth at high water toi Jack- effects, please remember the name of enough and varied enough to furnish 4. 9
sonville is about 18 teeth. The.listiauce the Company- volunteers for any climate.-Washing.
from Jacksonv lie to I'alatka is 5 mil., CALFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. ton Post. NEW' YORK. Caster. a prt p ono.. tt c-t., :t
and of tiis distance there are .3 miles sAN IRANCIUSC CL. In Santiago Channel. Is anyt sold i l al the pl Io prcml to sellt it
where the mean l,>w-watcr chunnl LOr.ISVILLEKr Nr.W YORK. on Cheers for the tarit the lostMerrel setback. i sl ".utu l. r o"an lll sswer every pir.
depth is 15 leel or i.s, alid i mil tUPa." 4 Eyes to the nnel, they never ooked k. e Sec that you got C-A-6-T.-0l-1-A.
where it istenfe lels 10 fu Bell gaping tinder them, Death at the wheel, I b- ..
growitil i)ulliiess in i[avat stole. tMostSteady they guided her, nerves aill of steel. r ACT IOPYl WRAPPR.
shoal isv called Orange Ml. Flats., aod ,f these enterprises have sprung up in BRare are the deeds. that hine equal to thi. sINCiCOy4r JI4A"Yl is about seven tnilev belhw Patilka. It the last three years,e lnd would hie (Give them Fasme's laurels and Liberty's@ ks. a --k-*
is aevident that if hl. l hoai is alone iueatly benefliled liy t ihe inirovenieni Cheers for the tars of the lot Merrtinol
," deepened to the ruling depth below proposed." Death held the channel They never looked ROtT. W. DAVI I s. J. HILHLURN
Jacksonville (and this connidertion c A'companlvinhr lhi rel..t iO ('oi. --Cleveland Plain Dealer. DAVIS & HILBURN
called for bv the resolution) there will I gre, ia letter fr.,mi,i aiilei E S.'
be left about 22 miles of river below I (ril, ,,f the l'.altka Io.r l of T'rade, !I.J&, JUJ. S .
Palatka where such oce.au-goiing tralh ivinf statistics of tue maritime indi .. THE MODIHN IBEAUTY "
could not navigate, Hence, in making tra of the St. Johns above lackponvillh. !,,.iv i oi foo i, inhline,wiih Ofleieulitairein Prlatka Nationalillank B'ldg.
this report, I salilldepartItrim the letter With the matter in (his advni ced state e ox t. ell. t e o t 111 ili.-,i.n Her Palatka, Floridal.a i t e dro in
of the resolulio quo.ld .ad ie uldcld it is probnblel thu Itepreientative l .viD iorm lows with health ain her face -- GI tiTel betwg
blte Spil of it will have Ittle trouble in secimitl the blo.i ,ii th its beautv 11i her system Wi;ll practlici t1Nil tate illd Fedeirl
,As mentionedabove,theretireabout ,i,'ec sp|,rlp riatln when Ihe i"rvr I ,tielhe Cleal.Csi ,,i tof I laxative t 'ouret. mu it NtW Y ork
28 miles of the river below I ,,latka ,ii ,harbor bid is prel.ared next winiur. !! |.- N wo, ..r- u tei.n, le.Ant .w. Y ork
where the available mean low-water Mr. ])tvi imm-ditteliyook ll .U.- l.tte f ,ig l|, ,le t hi Caifulnia H.W. AVERY
depth is 15 feet or less, :i niie whtlie in hand when hle round thtI n river to Fi g yrU i.t. e by. CaHCOUNSELLOR AVERY LAW,
itis 12 feetlor less, anit1l wiles whet. Candhar') ir hill wood Ibe passed .11 this COUNSELLOR AT 'LAW,
It isl1 feet ol less. Toabtamina channel sessoi, aniid wiil be able to lay before A Colored Man in Trouble. Palatka, Florida. H avani a
& 415 feet through 23 milvs of liver I- the committee the War Department's A colored mail named Daltonwas ar- ..
h iafestly ou of the question, and I favorable report and endorsement rested Friday moriingf by I hief True- ()lice Pal.ika Natini,,l ltiik Iluildilg. V Il.
hlve made an estimate of the cost of man anld Dlepuity heriff !howell and -- -......-- .
making a channel 13 feet deepDat meanmal n k s n ville,
low-water (or annebout 14 feet at high From Ureen Cove Nprlirg. taken before Justice Ilowton on charge Will pirs-lic- i tnall Court., Sttte and cksonville,
lowwater) (or mab this estimate it hs GREEN COVK SPIK, Fla., June 7, of recklessly hsndlr.g a pi-tol an I in- r federal. ma f6-Im
ben necessary to consider, in addition 1898.-Mrs. C. E. Reglister, of this tmonstr et lHeppr o 5 a n d For cEF PUBLICATION. Tampa and
#.' '*to the Orange Mills Flates. shoals at the place, has been troubled like many oth Lemon street. He w hlne 50 nd
',ollowink points below Palatka, viaz: er th what is best understood when ent up frres ede moth was wearing LA OF as CAT(AIXVI LLF ., Key W e
Toerrater's Point, Racey's Point, and described eImply as "that tired feeling." aU. 8. re ulation uniform and claimed OTOICE IS BRRBlY OIVmI T H'i
To .i From the data at hand, It i She says she was tired when she arose rollowingnmed settler has iedotice of R w
Fro to obtain the i to e a soldier, but the general crooked.- n Intntonnto malke ual proof in soup port of
ble that to obtain tbe 13 foot tbeorat night. She concluded to ness o his story seriously discounted it, n r .ireu r, aatA Florida. on
nelnodredlngwould be necessary Hood's Sa parillae to and it is believed that he stole the ni- widow. of L. Irin e. vith
ept at the polots named. Hood's r ria, which I so ear- tesedofPinnerie, of a. wdi 2171fr, for the
Sb.e average mean low water depth nestly recommended for this trouble, form.' aeceed.o neriit Fl o for the
aotOrange MI is Flats is about 10 feet, and she felt the good effects after the To cleanse the hlio I, etrLngthen the otnuou~eidenee upon and cultivation of Out
s'lio the other three shials mentioned Orst few doses. Two bottles gave her kidneys, and re.gulaie the ,iomach,'iver ClaruicoMlii1ler. annerviie, Fla. L Ii*@
a\,. abst 12 feet. The material to be re- complete relief, and bowels, P ickis Ash Bitters Jl a Colnmba Rrown o' Ftl ujh
6 lotved from Orange Mills Flats s mud, grand remedy. It oure. Indigestion, Wadellll W.O.ROlllNlO tIis
mad to probably the same at the other POLITICAL COMMENT. constipation, and prun otes activity in mav -.td Registor.
oi telats. boly and brain. Sold y Ackermark & PUBLICATION
"In making the estimate, a liberal Beat Foot Foremost. Stewart. T rCIc At P, U ET
llowanceb has been made for back filling r .oI probly be the B AV H, June O.-Idpa >ne. LAND OFFIC AT GA1 M116 F U L .
Dr. E. rJill will prohibly be the BAVA'1 i.AH, June 9,'Campei temns JOG I ~ A, "
a cviati in on the stdes. The esti- to overcrowded and Jacksonville filled to OTICE IB HEBRE Y GIVEN ThAT THI
.Mat is necessarily a rough one, as the next Senaltor f ro Putn yamCoutit. the limit with United BStates troops, it en o.ownt namaedr ttlri atI ee of Askt
hla re ea For amoreDr. Crl is wel vrd In le ill, I. said here that the war department of herlam, and that Sad roof wil be for
available dams are meager For a more of bar
teUiale esamnmate a survey would be and will d, good se i ice ,n the leisma, has practically decided to make Savan. before clark Circuit coour, at rialtka, rl., on
neeseasv, a id this would cot about turl. lPuism Coumlly is putting her ma a baa. of operations for the remain. va LuLy i ow i-'o Rort
0 The es te as ow: best loot foremost, it this selecthlno. ig troops being nioblilizeud to inva de se.r@o9a.ii i, eg .
Cuba. It i a expected that within a 1/1, oudon ls township 9 of
or a channel 200 feet wide and 13 feet Only a Matter of orm. fortnight 0,000 regular and vol rnte ge e .rit, .1o. teflNwo, i e P er
deep et mean low waeIr from Palatka will be encamped here. It in known contunuus re alenoe upon mad oiltivaton ofi ir* i r i
S (th ocean: Fr thePa tonassht Presideunt McKinley has directed lo a lati, l ito lrl. .; John la '.
or dredlg 00.000 ubie yds The DemocraticSeuod Cnge.in five transport boats to come to Savan. lwiradfo v ia wr kkeru, of oran
dtedlag .0Toubie ydl ..rtiSeeood 0-w. ot lrrelio, *;i.i nr siIc, | :ntn.
if i. att90c Oeot............100.00 at convention is called to meet I D. nUM to await orders. ilr
rag iliestlh and cotin- Land Ju y 20. It Is done simply au u is etisURo, Ala.. Jnne 10 -William m o. tm
matter of m, for ev. oi"ne kn',, iCshisng, a farmer living at Keener" 3 W.
Si. aboutl6( ,t..2ob0rt W. -avi will be ruII-, _ille h'- own hou I- a n...l. overa 1 k
Il** *. G shtugh*'s -*'her in Ilw Jo hn
... t.l....................$120,000 nated by acelainatisn, a, he s't,,.,,i in.. Tyun., htd ome at ii. r ,n la w's .. .,-, *
pp ptemaucetsnniualyvwbuut 61,0UU for he ists proved to he the ..mt.. i, hoB (ora ,'whlmhU m'hi claimed a at
ponder that the coalt of thiae im- people want. If he k.eies on wi.iil. aladrefused to aurerudor. A scuffle en. *ay, eL ->oC VILL.
lcut would bs justfled by the the e-teeu of ite unlu-ti ,eu-tnil-e,. saedand OCashing attempted to iho{ -a l-a
of the c le,o be f.iwiig dmu,, he i ta. sis-m uhiAmtou lisateri-law. 'aylor aled s ab.. MADE M E A MAN
5 Palasika le the terltoU of the Ce s,, wurth lh dI.* Oashing, a daughter, and held her in valabl
i l athaisln t torina a'rofd, thl fur iai. s o hmlf a s a p howeo uandus hef I
ag bimugh almber-producng Of Course ieo Will Be. flied, the ball penetratlaL the chat of l II *
e h annually brigs 0 to i .aai Frui the BusLe tae gslia*. blh 5-mostha-old baby, w oh was ll itn It at '1 -
*albeat of lumber, which is Hon Robert W. Dvvie till nndoulbt mother's arms, Mad buryIag isaif lai
Ifrthe eoeoe.twiae vessels. il elly be the choice of the Congreulon th breast of the mother. The eild la j jt ,
ilib portion of Ihb. luterr i eonvention which meata at DLeand on a the mother wl y do i *
rl4 n the river at a qoet'of *u19 a(sO the esadhlaet.for loogr. rmSs LADIRS Miose52
1,000 feet. b. m. for the Second DIurit. Te.BRepubli- I M seei-
*be lumbl brought o by ealn paIrty will doebdt. have a anltd C A S T F IA MvI oi *ardes -- b
o tIBst ma hiP.ge atonut. date ia sh 1.ld. Who will be the bold at Aebeggggam
^iJHP|blirtheoia li rilsw. mgn that will etter ibe tipm gain S t'r.' hi *b OL
"elubl er at*ee,,shre DpberI Davis, tme mm .bee ciefesa, ,
baH k roster t.* a represented 9 4' l flates.


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THE


TIMES HERALD.


IC. ,d Rqt7.
A great may people ar led to put
ot the beginning of staadwd-fred
poultry breeding beaute they think
It hard to breed o standard r*uire-
metas and that "fany" fowls are not
as good p those more piplaly bred.
After the experianoe of a good
many yew. the writer, has remso to
believe that all that is nonmasry to
succeed in having standard-bred
chickens and good egg,layers at the
same time is a moderate deglfe of pa-
tience la breeding up a flook. Any
one who cares for his flock and gives
them personal attention soon comes
to know the best layers, and these
will be selected for breeders, standard
points being a minor consideration at
the beginning, where the breeder is
after utility before beauty.
Gradually the best layers among
those coming pretty close to standard
requirements may be selected and all
the lime an improvement in both uitil-
ity and beauty will be going on.
This does not give the breeder a
replotition as a poultry fancier quite
its soon ais he could make it by breed-
ing for standard specimens, first, last
uld all time, but once he has estab-
lished itflock that lays well and at the
-aite time looks well from a fancier's
point of view, lie will find that the
mnirket for his birds is unlimited at
prices that will be perfectly satisfac-
tory.
Not every one can breed birds that
Nell for $:.0 or more, but it is com-
paratively easy to breed up a flock
that will command at least ten times
the market price and which will be
Iooild as egg producers also.
Thii,. is the reward that all who
breed good poultry may look forward
to in full confidence, and as one of
the reasons why standard-bred poul.
try should be bred. It enost no more
to grow a $5 chicken than it does ai
,.-cent one, and it is worth while to
try for the higher price. If one out of
ten comes up to the standard and all
the others must be sold at market
prive the one will sell for as much as
the other nine. *
This is the experience of every one
twholi e'vir b)eg;an to breed and made
,earnest effort to improve his flock ev.
cry year, and to give it the best pos-
sible care all the time.-Farmer's
Voice.

Raising Cane.,
It is useless to longer discuss the
attidvatages of sugar cane over beets
for the production of sugar. Observe-
tion iand experience have already dem-
onstrated the superior value of the
sugar cane for tue latitude of Florida.
Tlhe saying goes without contradic-
lion that this State alone can produce
tenoughl slgir to supply the entire
population of the United States.
Whleiher or not this is an extravagant
aisertion it is not now necessary to
disctss. From the large amounts anot-
ually produced from small areas in
the State it may be admitted that the
State can supply She demand, and it
is further demonstrated that the pro-
duction, with anything like fairly
good management, will be profitable
front a pecuniary point of view.
Then the question comes up, Why
do not more people engage in sugar
cane culture?
Here's the prolles: (lveni an al-
miott indigenous plant; soil and cli-
mate eminently adapted to its per-
fection in growth and maturity; its
product a valuable food element; the
demand for It universal; its cultiva-
tion and production not extra expen-
sive, but more certainly remunerative
than most leading crops; millions of
acres of land adapted to its successful
culture; the best market on earth,
and good money in it all the time.
Now, why are not more people raising
oane?
Why do capitalists pass sugar cane
by and embark in sugar beet culture?
Why this seeming hesitancy to em-
bark In an enterprise that has bees
demonstrated time and again to be
safe, and a corresponding willingness
to rush Into sugar beet raising that
has a thousand score failure laid up
against it?
The caue is clearly made; there is
no uise arguing the point; sugar cane
Is the sugar crop for Florida.
How to Let more people to raising
oane la the problem.-Cocoa News.


=Xs1berewo 64s amItde dseehl ladwiN be "mol jM&k
It ThemmteeaTe






DCWRIP22O?4 'OW7IRR.


traSfonal l% lot 3 and lJt 3 .........
IotU 45..........................
at part 5% of s% of e% of neo%
of Beamyroad.. 12
SBelln.y road ........ ..... ........ 15
awto o n f nwl4 o ree ad e of

neo of n D e8n h of Bellamy road 0
s of an -% n of se% ......... 0
a of nw and e ........... ...... 1
swe of n. sw% of nww and sw.. a
xW of ow ...... ..... .. .. ........ 1
no a of nw ..... .... .......... .... x
0% of nwA4 w% of nw% w% of se*
and'sw ..... .... .. ..... ......
w% of sw of nw .................. 7
n% of nwt s% of se And s*% of wI 27
ne% of ne% and sof % ....... .... 2 I
In no corner of ne of sw ........ 8S
In s prtof n% of sw% ........... .. 2
e% of nw' of se%.. ... ........ 82
e% and e% of nwl and e% of swt
and nwl of w ......... ......... 83
n% of ne sw% of n n wl of so,
sa o en of w n soe of swo
and nw% ... ...... ... ... ... ...... 14
nw of nw% and sw% Af sw% ........
mse .of sw% n% of sw% and sw% of
nw% ... ..... ...... .I...... .. M. .
all ...... .... ...... ........ ..........
*n% of ne% n0% of nw% and aw' of
ne .... ....... ..... .. .......... 17
nw4 ot awe ..... ............ .. .... 19
nw sa s of nw4 ....... .....
s% of nw w% of e% and n. of
sw% .. ... ... ... ..... ........... 1
sw % of nw ............. ........
s% of se% less 4 acres. ..... .......... B
ow%' of nw%%gand s% of sw% ........ 2
w% of sw n of ne% .......... .....
n% of ne .... ..... ..............
nw% of nw ... .... .............. 27
w% of meI a% of sw' less acres.. M
n% of w of neo and nd w of n-% 2
sw% of nw and sw2 of s and e%
of sw% .. ........................
neW .t .. ..... .. ................ 81
ne4 of ..... .... ...... ......... .
n ofa .
s% of ne ... .. ... ... ..... 83
se* of nw .... ........ ........ ..
e% of ne', aw' of ne, ne4 of sw%
nw of se1 % w% of nw%............
se% o r ne' ..... ......... ......... 8
nwt4 of ns ........................ 8
nw of ne% ...... ... ..... .......... 1
sw of ne and n of nw ....... I
sw of se ............. .... .......... 8
s% of sw% less 1 acre to school .... I
n% of nw% sw' of nw' and me% of
seG 4 ..... ...... ...... ....... ...... 11
el of nw 4 ......... ................. U
e% of w% and w% of e4 se4 of no%
and ne% of soe ............... 12
nw% of ne', and ne of nw ...... 14
w% lees w% of nw% and e't. lees swl'
of se ..... .. ..... ... ...... ....... 15
% of nwl' ....... .... .. 16
seV4 of sw% ........ ..... ... .. ... 17
w% of nw see of nw%4 sw' of no% 19
nw' of sw% and seT of aw%, ....... S
nw% of nw, ne' of sea sw1i of seA 21
asw of ne .... ........ ........ .. 1
e% of sw% ... .... ..... ....... .. .. ..
w t nw ........ ....... ............ 23
e of ne% ........... ......... .... .
0% of se% ....... ... ..... .......... V
w% of se% and s% of sw% ..... ...... 27
s of nw% of e9'4 .. ...... ..........
sw4 of nw' ........ .... ............. 20
n: .. .... ... .. ... .... ...... ......
n of nw% ....... .... .............. SO
s% of sw% ...... .. ................... 0
n% of nw% less 22 acre ... ... ..... 81
e0 of eI of n ..... .... .... ...... 1
of ......... .... ...... ........ a
I of aw .... .... ........ ...... .... t
8% of nwt ...... ...I.. ............ 311
w% of sw% ....... .................... a
nt' of ww% w of nw w of nw%...... 2
ne of ne% ....... ... ........... ... 8
w% of nw a of *wk ............. .U
ne, of neV4 ...... ...... ........ ......
fractional part .... .... .4 ............ 8
w% of sw, .......... ....... ........ 4
e% of nw'4 sw* of nwV' nw% of sw% 5
nw 'of nw ....................5
% of no% n% of se and sw% ...... S
seD of se% ..... ....... .. ....... 8
me' of ne4 nw' of ne% and lots 111 9
% all.o..f ne ............... ........ 1
no of ne% nw% of nw%4 swt n mn
ne% of sw% s% of sw% and sea
ees noet of soae ....... ..... ...... 17


Sof e% .... ........ ........
swt of n A .... ... .... .... ........
SaY of sn% T of nw ............
ness of sew onw.A .............


w .4 of s ... .... ......... .............
n% of nw% sww of nw' n% of ee%
swofe% e of sw%....
w ofw o. w....... ..........

nw% of ne5 orWne A of
siwI of ee' n0% of nw se4 of
nw0 w% of *w4 ..... ........
aw of nw .............. ...........
n%of *w% o w.
aw ote aof w4 nw.. w
w oIofnwi o w. .....................
sw% of of.... ......... .....
W of w o w .... ....... .........

0 .' ... '. ... '.. .. .
n awI of el, w of nw. w. of


e of I of % o..... ..........
l ot w. o .. ............. ...... ....

t 0%of s o% swte% of se4 of Bw'%,
nm t ..................... ....
w ea ofse no .. w........
6%ofnwoi".'.. '..::...::::::
nw t trs- of nw0 o. W. ..........




of .. ... ......
wt o t ............................



ot S.I aa ofw o.... ..........1 .


8 S4 Western R R Oo........ 8I
8 M 110 FMOaldweo .... ........,110
S4 1 F Q Brown ...... ........ 1 S0
SI 10 Unknown.... ............ 17
8 W B H C Wmver .... 100
3N 14 W R l ..on ... .... d1
4 W FQ Brown ............ 171
SN4 400 Wester RR Co ... ..... 7 19
8 M F Q Brown .. ....... .384
854 40 Wester R R OD ... ..... 100
84 40 Western R R Co ....... 1 00
8 4 405 F Q Brown .... .......... 5 7
8 4 0 Wm Smith .............. 73
824 30 W M Smlth ...... ........ 7
28 4 240 Western R R Co........ 5697
8 14 120 F Q Brown ............... 84
24 2 WIlliam Lane ........ ..58
84 5 William Ford ...... ...... 1 00
9 24 20 Horace Bryant ......... 1 43
8 24 520 Western R R Co ....... 10 53

8 24 520 F Q Brown trustee ...... 911
8 24 90 F Q Brown .. .... ...... 2 43
8 14 100 F Q Brown .............. 315
8 25 = Florida Finance Co .... .. 952
8 25 199 Western R RCo ... ..... 3 84
8 25 40 Western R R Co ........ 1 00
8 25 120 F A SmmonsT .......... 243
8 5 200 F Q Brown Tr .... ...... 315
X8 40 Florida Commercial Co .. 1 00
8 2 76 Ira Garman ............ 1 7
8 120 Florida Pinance Co....4. 241
8 5 20 J M Minton Jr.... ........ 87
8 25 80 Ira Gorman .... ........ .... 2 43
8 2 40 F Q Brown .............. 100
8 100 JWTeddr.... ...... 43
8 5 t0 J M Chesear ........... 11
8 X5 10 F Q Brown .............. 257
8 15 0 EE B Inner .. ............ 15
8 5 40 F Q Brown .............. 100
8 25 40 GW Hall .... ... 87
8 25 80 T Hllliard ... ... ... .... 2 43
8 X 40 Florida Finance Co ...... 100
8 140 F Q Brown ...... ....... 4 6
8 X 40 BenJ Alexander .......... 172
8 40 M oleman .... 100
8 20 40 J W Silcox .............. 143
8 26 0 Florida Fnance Co ...... 1 43
8 26 40 Edw North ............. 172
8 26 79 Ozilu Knowles .... ...... 2 43
8 26 160 Florida Finance Co ......2 57
8 26 40 Unknown ................ 1 00
8 2 400 Unknown .... .... ........ 6V7
8 26 80 Unknown ... ........... 143
8 26 5 0 Florida Finance Co .... 7
8 26 80 L O Garrett .... ......... 143
8 26 40 Unknown .... ... ........ 87
8 26 160 John Harvey .......... 4 58
8 26 00 Unknown ................ 1 72
8 26 120 GU Larkin .... ........... 200
8 26 40 B Gatlin ...... .... ...... 172
8 26 80 J 8 Price ................ 143
3826 80 Unknown .... .... ........ 1 43
8 26 80 Florida Finance Co ...... 1 43
8 26 0 J 8and Peter Price ...... 148
8 26 160 VInknown ...... .......... 3 15
826 40 C A Brown ............. 100
8 26 10 Florlda Finance Co ...... 5
8 26 40 F M Hall ........ .......... 100
8 2 10 A N Whittaker .......... 31
8 40 J W Hall .............. 24
8 X 80 J T Minton r ............. 4
8 26 58 J T MintonBr ........... 2 4
8 2 20 HP Potter ................ 87
8 26 80 H N MoCrany ...... ....... 24
8 X 80 Florida Finance Co ...... 17
8 26 80 Benj Alexander .... ...... 1 71
826 80 0 U Larkin .... .......... 1 72
8 M 6 H D Rogers ............ 58
8 2 40 Unknown .... .... ........ 1 00
8 3 826 0 Florida Finance Oo ...... 5 14
8 2 40 Florida Finance Co ...... n
8 17 l.41A C RIohards .... ........ 44
8 27 sIwUnknown .... .... ........ 1 72
8 27 100 Mrs W J Hardy ........ 315
8 40 Florida Finance Co ...... 100
8 27 20 Mrs W J Hardy ... ...... 768
8 7 40 F Q Brown ...... ........ 2
827 219 Florida Finance Co ..., 56
8 r 470 Florida F Inance Co ......
8 7 40 Wm Melon ........ ..... 1 00

8 27 60 Jax St Aug & Ind River


Ry Co ..... ... .... .. 7 48
11 87 40 HA Brown ....... ........ 100
is 8 27 40 or l Finance Co ...... 100
12 8 oVI0 Unknown ....*............3 I
19 8 27 280 lorida Finance Co ...... 4 M
0 87 40 F Q Brown.............. I 00
2 827 W 0 Q Brown ............. 171
U r 7 160 Unknown ........ ........ I
n1 s7 MO Florid Fimnone Co ...... 14I
SI 17 40 Mrs W J Hardy .......... 100
8 27 11 F Q Brown..............
r8 V 10 A CRichard ............ 15
SI 110 Flrxda Finanoe Co ...... 14


4F0 F Brown ............. ?
40 F Q Bro.vn ............ 10
ID Mrs W J Hrdy .......... 1
1 Mrs W J ardy .......... 24
1 J Zumw ............ 1
40 Parker & arraway ..... 0
I0 N J Green ............. 172
M Brown .. ........ 7
S4JWNMcR"BmSi ..........
40 r O'Neil ...... ......... 717
W J Arnold ............. Mg




A PH R .w... ... ...
40 Rw t R o ...... ....4
14 W McJR e d Mg ......... 14


lie Westen R RCo 8.1.5:*.:: I
T J Roers.. .......... 1... 18
SCT Bon m ............ 100
A ort a ... .. ::::: 1


1. .n M I". ............ 1.
4 WL ...i ......os.. -I


DESCRIPTION


ow 2-l of lot 8 ads a T- of lot 4 ......
n 1- o0 lot I .... ..... ...... ........
lot M 1 ....... ...... ........ ......
Iota 1o U D i iU survey ........
lot aI d4 r u u ..........
lot7 amd 8 KI le MoBR not....
lot Is Kasdle MoRa tret ..........
Ssaors of lw% of nw% ..... ........
lot i and s area W lot I ..........
s of ne ............ ................
| *I of nw% wof nw4 ........"..
e-2 of se% of se .......... .....
lot 1 ...nw. ............... .... ..
nwe of w% ...........................
"t Of M .... ....... ...........
ojofe...
sw i of se% ............. ..............
seIof ne se of nwe Aw; of .
wI of T end new of sw % .......
nwI of se% and sB of ow ........
rne of ne% and s% of ee% of nw%..
nw% of ne ....... .............
.w% of n .. ....... ...........
sw % of .... ..... ........ ........
nw of n3 s of s nw % of -H
nw% of swU s% of sw% ...........
nw of nw .. ...... ...... ........
sw of sw n of nw% of se% and
ow0 of nw% of sw% .. .............
w% of ne% of ne%. ................
n of no of nw% of e% ...........
n of n% ........ .. ............
1 acre in n% of sw% of ner and 2
acres In ne% of sw% of net .... ...
nw% of ne% and ne% of nw' ........
20 acres In nw% of ae% .............
e% of swY, of nw% of me% ............
Uots 3 block 3 Grandin ...............
lot 2 and 7 ........... ..............
all unsurveyed parts............
lots 2 and 14 ...... ..............
lo t 4 .. .... ..... ... ........ ........
all unsurveyed parts ................
ne% of nw% ......... ........
sw% of se8 ..... .... ............
n'. of ms% less 17 acres ... .......
all unsurvwyed parts .................
lots 6 and 7 .. ..... ..... ....... ..
se ot n .. .. ...... ........
nw 4 of sw% ........ .. ........
S of .. ........ ....
e% of ne% and nw% of ne .... .....
e of se% ... .. .... ........ .... ...... .
all unrveyd parts .............
tll unsurveyed parts ...........
all unsurvyed parts ................
se% of swl4 ........... ..........
w% of nw% ...... ....... ..............
n% of sw% of not ...... ..........
w% of neA of se% of se% ..... .....
e of se ...... .. .... .....
al0 acres of n% of se% of sw% n 10
acres of s of se of sw ..........
sK of se% of sw% ...............
w% of sw% ............. ........
nw% of nw s4% of nw@ s% of nt,
w% of nw'/ of sw% and s% of nw%
of se% .... ..... .... .... ...........
owl', except 20 acres and s% of
w1 of nw4 of se, ............
e ., of me% of lot. 4 .......... ....
se% of lot 9 ......... .......... .. ........
ael unsurveyed parts .. ...............
seA of ne and and and se4 of sw%
F% of w% of sw'4 of sw% ...........
net of sw% of swl' and n% of nw%
of awYl of sw 4 .............. ....
nt4 of nw', of nw % ....
se of nen w% of e% e% of w % w
of nwi. wtl of sw% ... ... ........
Ss% of ne, W% w of te' e% of sw%
se'% of nw%4..................
sw% of se% ato of sw ... .....
w% of n o nwof nwi oo .. .
nd n% of sw'..............
sw% of ne%4 and nw% of e......
wt of nw' and nw% of sw ........
e% of set4....... .. .............
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85 Hpnlng Land & Invt Co 1 72
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40 E Smith .... ............. 14I
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822 F Q Brown trustee ...... 8 1
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40 SarahArcher ............ 17
40 Mrs 8 E Wall ......... 316
40 F Q Grown true ...... 1 00
150 Henning Land & Invt Co 0
8M Wm Blocker ...... .... .. I
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240 F Q Brown Trustee ...... I T
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9 C Hayw Morton .......... 1
97 4j Geo Wtikerson ......... 1 72
9 V A Jekion Jr........... V
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9 WE KimbA B Hart ... ... ..... 12
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S7 4 Noah Davis........... 1 00
9 17 F AMr Jmmons troton. ...1 72
9 17 814 W H Brry ... .. ..... 130
937 V Go Mllter .. .......... 100
97 2 HWDilckeor e......... 100
9 17 1 A Jacktson Jr......... ... 0
9 1 ohn ortonalmer ...... ... 11
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9 27 9100 Ht R G t ... ..... W 17
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9 7 4 R B Mclaughltn ...... 24T
9 17 10 Mrst A o ueld .... ... 4
9 27 Esther Page .............. 3 4
9 7 Sar Wah BePDarry ... ...... .. 157
9 7 1 Go MWillier ..... .. .. 1 00
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9 17 6% Atoe Norton .......... 7
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10 A J Robinsn ... ..... 18
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18 Henry Jahr ...... ...... 71
10 Lott Allen Or ........... I6
120 R W Agnew ............ 4
79 Paul Oallingto .......... 1 72
SH W Walker ...... ....
40 Fr Browntruste ...... 10
MF Brown ... ... ....... i
40 Ferney White ... ... ..... 1 73
Wm0 Mrs M A ake ... ... 1
SMrs. Amat a RIles ..... 17
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20 Alfred Walker ........ 4
10 Lott Allean r...... ......
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30 J Orisby..............4
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40 D E Cooper ... ... ...... 1
30 OH Parker ... ... ....... 1 30
100 D E Cooper .. .......... 4 14
s J F Cox...* .. .......... 100
44 D E Cooper ... ... ...... S2
20 John Green ... ... ...... 1 2
40 Robt Holmes ... ... .... In
M Bami Thompson .. ...... 71
40 D E Cooper .......... 172
40 Robt Holme .........::: 41
30 Oeo Rhoadman ......... 1
40 D E ooper............. 100
S Rachel Brtt ........... 41
80 Nancy Jenkins et .. .. 2 02
10 Robt Jenkins ... ... .... 1
110 DE Coope ......... i
40 ellie Fuler ... ... .. 173
6 Robt Johnson ... ... .....U
60 Unknown .. .... ... .... 1 3
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10H F Davi.......... 1 0
10 E F Voee..............
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40 F AGarrison ... ... ..... 41N
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20 Cooper & Heoo6 ... ...... 13
M A Colins .... ........... 17
40 JTPrince ...... ......... 215
4 A Collins .... .... :....... 1
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i 10 24 70 Dave esslons .... ........ 4
1 10 24 M0 J M M Erklne .......... .2
13 10 24 40 F Holford st .......... 10
14 10 14 I J 80Freeman ............ 14
14 10 M4 40 FHolford E t .... ........ 173
14 10 M4 10 Mrs A B OGlstrop ........ 17
14 10 34 I 8 DeVald .............. 1 7'
14 10 24 8E Wll Est .... ........ 100
14 10 34 Mrs M King .... ........ 1 00
14 10 24 C Bhinn .... ............. 1 71
11 10 24 5 Smlfh and Chadburn .. .. 1 7
15 10 24 3 m0 8 Brown .... .......... 10 B
16 10 24 2 Joseph Ware ...........10 U

16 10 24 34 D Toung Eat ............ 6 I1


1. 10 M 4 D & R Youn. ........... 15
.7 10 24 80 Joseph Ware ........... 84
.7 10 24 10 J F O'Brien .............. 10


110 Elmer E ommars ... .. 657
I T N BoatDrt .... ........ I
o J G Miller ....... ........ I
o H W Vanktrk ............ 1
40 Unknown ................ I
40 F Holford Et ............ 172
100 Brown & Dennis .......... 6 If
4 0 B E Cllard ....... .
5 8 B S uarts ................ 0
30 Unknown .. .............. 0
40 D C Palmer ............ 1018
40 J M M Brskln .......... 11T
H P Wa.re ............... M
1 Rot A ong ..... ........ I U1
SRobt Long .............. 44
s0 Ralph Watson .........3 15
0 MrsE L Brown .... ...... 831
40o B E Wall Est .. .... ..... 41
1U F Holfoed let .......... 4M
S EB Merrium ............ U
40 A W Dyes .............. 78
80 Henning Lead & Invt Co 1 71
40 J E Bowden ............ 115


7 10 24 3%S Lott Allen Sr ... ... ..... 4 74
17 10 24 1 J E Bowden ... ... ..... 146
10 4 30 Lewis Strtckland .... ..... 17
0 04 40 F Holtford E t .......... 200
S -0 1 IraGarman .... ........
S 0 M E Prce ......... ........
0 N I Potr Reeve ..... .
8 0 3M 7 HU Rod.er. .... ........ 1i
S0 4 104 W H Dubell .............. 100
m 0 M 4 I W B mimth ............ 14
. 0 14 0 W HLettin .............. 14t
0 0 24 7 Unknown ............... 7
0 014 4 J A lHutMtlo.n ......... 44
10 24 A CoInns ................ 44
10 4 I O McGroegor ...... ........ 44
10 14 40 F Q Brown ...... ........ 100
1 10 24 40 J W Buky ...... ........ 172
n 10 N4 40 Richard Kirby .... ...... 100
10 24 4 D M Kirby ............. 100
2 10 24 0 F Q Brown ...... ........ 1267
S10 24 240 F A Hill .............4... 1
10 34 s o rF A 1 .................. 17
310 40 Mrs P Moody .. ........ 100
S 10 24 0 A H ll .... .. ....... .... 7172
5 10 24 160 F Holford Et ... ........ 44
1 10 M 80 B F Banburn ............ 57
1 10 5 188 Florida Commercial Co.. 1 I
1 10 15 40 Earle Comstock ...... .. 7
1 10 X2 W Warren T Buchanon.. 1 7
1 10 25 37 Plorida Commeroal Co.. 114
S10 80 M M Morgan............ 100
3 10 2 140 Unknown .... .. ......... 44
3 10 16 41 Flortia CommWerial Co.. Mu
4102 0Unknown .. .... .......... 17
5 10 10i orida Commnmrolal .. M
7 10 M 2 O lortda Commnerial Co.. 315
8 10 X 180 W H Mann ..... ........ 5t7


M Lott Allen ... ..... ...... 34
40 Unknown... ...... .. I
40 W H Mann ..............4
Sm0 lorlOda obmerct Co.. 6
110 W H Mam ..... ........
I FlorIda Conmeroial Co..
10 Barle Oomatook .... ....


I an asoM to I: SAc1
ptaats U* buiri a eisb t
tour whilok Ma ault* t rwior
decoration. I gladly ft t the
rqut, bonuse I lMie So aSWa p
ithe growling of good tltote Mmb In
rooms. I woul4 have, t OO-iel
as part of the fourii oi p room
s much s a ploture or *othr work
of art. I would e gW to s .* plaats
oouldered as naeo itlO1 I every
home. They are oveTy day 1iontag
more popular. ,I
Plants with Laop IoUap.-Pallm
In variety (Best varietdle T amn-
teur: 'Phoenix reelnata, Imsalo Bor-
bonice, Areoa luteceam ad rope excelsa. Ficu elastick or Indi0a
Rubber Plant, CyuA, Obana, Bamnaa,
Apildlitra. Of the above, all but Can-
no and Banana have tlUk, Arm leaves,
and stand dry air and dust well.
Other Good iPlanat.-Phormulm For-
mositm, with ffat foliage, long and
pointed, like some of the native algs.
P'andanus utills, or Screw Pine, with
recurred, drooping foliage. Aucuba
variegsta, green, sprinkled thickly
with yellow, often called Gold Duet
Ilant. Very fine. Agaves, in varie-
ty; plants with Chick, fleshy foliage,
somewhat resembling the Oaetus In
hahit and general appearance.
Any of the above will give complete
atti sfanctlon if properly vared for, and
all are easily grown,
I'he I'aiialumn utilis, better known
aIs the Screw 'iae, from the fact that
its foliage' s arranged in a spiral
form, is one of the moat decorative
of house plants, if placed in the cen-
ter of a group where it can be suf-
flciently elevated to display its droop-
ing qualities. It requires only ordin-
ary leaves of this pine are generally three
feet or more in length, about two
inches in width, and of a bright green
color,witha red line running down the
center ot erac. The edges of the
leaven are thickly set with niarp, nee-
dle-like teeth which effectually pre-
vent anyone from meddling with it.
It i! a peculiarity of the plant that it
lifts Itself from the pot by its roots.
and the amateur often gets the im-
pression that the plant requires re-
potting because of the exposure of
these roots. If re-potted and set low-
er, so that the base of the plant comes
in contact with the soil, the roots Im-
mediately set to work to throw the
plant above the pot again.
A new variety of the Aspidestra has
foliage of a very rich green banded
with light green, yellow or pure Ivory
white, the variegation being irregular,
some leaves being almost entirely
light, others having only narrow
lines of the light colors. These leaves
are all sent up from the crown of the
plant, Afd vary in length from a foot
to two feet. and often number fifteen
or twenty on each plant. It will be
readily understood from this that a
pot of it presents a most attractive
mass of foliage. Indeed, few plants
are more striking, and I know of no.
thing better adapted to front rows in
groups In parlor or hell where plants
are arranged to present a solid and
mi.asive effect. The leaves are of a
thick, tough texture, therefore not
easily injured by handling, and, like
all foliage of that kind, they stand the
effect of dry air and dult exceedingly
well. This plant does not require ex-
posure to the sun, though undoubted-
ly it is benefited by being given some
-sunshlne. It likes a good deal of wa-
ter, but care should be taken to have
the drainage perfect if you would pre-
vent the tips of the leaves from turn-
ing brown. A singular plant which
is eminently adapted for parlor use
because its leaves remain in a perfect
state for years; they are from three
to four feet.in length, and are beau-
tifully variegated with light green
shading to yellow, on a dark ground.
The variegation has the peculiarity of
running across the leaves in bands of
irregular widths, rather than length-
wise.
One of the most striking and pecu-
liar of the palm family is the Cycas
reboluta. Its trunk looks more like
a large and elongated pineapple than
anything else. From the top It sends
out its thick and leathery foliage In a
great tuft. On a well-grown apei-
men the foliage will be two or lares
feet in length, spreading out In all di-
reetions, and from this some idea can
be formed of its decorative qualtles.
ft is dark green la color. Its leaves
are stiff, but they have a graceful
curve, and a good plant will be found
extremely valuable in ornamenting a
room. Its price prevent it from be-
coming a. popular as it woet sufl
be If it could be brought more sceply,
'but bMoause of its bing rathr slow
and dilieault to propaate it r Ca a
high price.
This good old4laat i.eIaan l#S,to


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4 FlorIda Commerowa Co.. v
140 F Holford Eat ... ... ... 17
M P FHoleId ............ I!
16 B W Bushneu .......... I.
30 W L Yate ... ....... 27
U Ida Palkering .......... 17
S 8 W Brown .............. 100
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You Blood
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Special attention given to the filling of
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We also handle the very
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Palathk W00o Yard.
(Nan G.. & F. DEPOT.)
E. 0. EARLS & CO., PROPRIEx mts
5! PIMTM OAK and ABB teo sale
bya eod, foot, istrad or load.
Orders left at Ackerman & Stewart's
dru store, Gay Bros., and Weller &
o.', groooers, will receive prompt at-
tention.
Also, Trucklog,.- PFniture Movi"i
and Baggae Transaie. 'Phamt

BOWLING CONTEST!9
A NEW FIrATURlE AT

H0nlon's Bovling Alley

Beginning April let a suitable prim
will be awarded to the player making
the best average of anyv ten game
bowled to May lt,
Come oat andl win the prie. Open
afternoon and nliht.


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To-be E0d t 1 MJl14. 1898,
S.t P alaka.,

SPotP afitmotmiu, for the Per.
Powse V etatg DelWeote to the
D acmtc Couaity Cvenm.
o, sM4Alfo to Hold a
Primary sElstion to
Nomliste County -
Offlcw.


A pesinmt meeting will be held Its
eah preotewt In the county on' July 7,
189M, for the purpose of selecting dele.
gatee to the Democratic County Con.
vetion, to be hela In Palatka July 14,
180, for the purpose of selecting dele.
gates to the ltate and Congreslonal
SOonventlomuand trunsactin such other
Sbusinessa as may be properly brought
before the convention. On the same
day-July 7-a Primary Election will
be held In each precinct In the county
for selectnlog candidates of the Demo-
cratic party, for members of the Legih-
lature and other Counti Offices to be
voted for at the electi in in November,
under the following rules and regular.
tons:
let. That the precinct meeting shall
be held at 10 o'clock a. m. for selecting
delegates to the Counoy Convention.
The primaryblectton shall be held from
10:30 a. m. until 4 p. m., except in the
City of Palatka and Palatka Heights,
which shall be held, the primary meet-
ing trom 8 p. m to 6:30 p. m., and the
preCluct meeting at 7 p. m.
2d. The officers of this election shall
be three inspector, one of whom shall
act as clerk. Should either person so
appointed fail to appear at the polls to
perform his duties for fifteen minutes
after the time to open, then the inspec.
tor or Inspectors present shall till the
vacancy from the bystanders. Provided
no candidate shall be an inspector.
3d That at the said primary election
none but the Democrats who voted the
straight Democratic state ticket at the
last general election, or who will pledge
themselves to support all the nominees
of this primary and have qualified them.
selves to vote by registration, and those
Democrats who have become qualified
voters since the last general election,
and those Democrats who will become
of age at the time of election, shall be
allowed to vote at said primaries.
4th. The inspectors shall keep a poll
list of all persons voting and return the
same, with the ballots cast, to the sec-
retary of the committee, on ot before 3
o'clock p. m.. on Saturday, July 0. At
the close of the polls they shall publicly
count the ballot cast and announce the
result, and shall make duplicate certifl-
cates of the result, one of which shall
be retained by the clerk and the other
delivered to the member of the execu-
tive committee, who shall in person de-
liver same to the secretary of the com-
mittee; and in ease of the inability of
the committeeman to deliver said re-
turns he shall appoint one of the mana-
gers as his proxy, who shall serve on
the executive committee on the canvass
of the returns, and in case the commit.
teemuan be not present at the election
one of the managers shall bring said
returns. That in all cases where a vote
's challenged the managers shall decide
a to the same, and it said vote shall be
refused, the party so offering to vote
shall haye the right to appeal to the
executive committee, and it allowed to
be cast, the party challenging the same
shall have a similar right of appeal, and
in all cases where an appeal is made the
disputed ballot shall, without examina-
tion, be sealed nl a separate envelope,
and the name of the person offering to
vote, together with the objections of-
fered thereto, endorsed thereon and
returned to the committee with the other
ballots and returns for final decisions.
5th. Said election shall be by ballots
furnished by this committee, containing
the names of all persons to be voted for
who furnish their names to secretary of
the committee by noon of June 26,18098.
The returns of said election shall be
canvassed by this committee July 9,. I
1898, at 11 o'clock a. m. The person
receiving the highest number of votes
cast for a county or district offie.. and t
the two receiving the highest vote for
member ot the legislature, shall be the
nominees. In case there shall be a tie
vote for any office the executive corn- c
mittee shall decide on day of canvass
who shall be nominees from the two
highest votes for stid office by ballot. t
6th The secretary of the committee o
shall send to the executive committee t
man for each precinct in due time, f
ballots, blank poll lists and certificates
of returns, and said committeeman t
shall deliver them to the inspectors at c
polls at time of opening same. Candl- I
dates wishing their names on the ballots a
shill pay to the secretary of this com-
mittee by noon of June 96, 1898, the
following sums: Officere whose terms f
are fouryean.rs,90 oficerawhose terms 11
are two years. lo; members of the
legislature, 10; all minor office. *$1 d
todefray the expenses of pnnting and
distributing the ballot, and no ballots
shall be count tod for any person failing
to pay said fee. Each voter must vote
In the district In which be is registered.
Bach person voting shall thereby sigul-
fy that he approves the principles of the
Democratic party, and that be feels
himself In honor bound to vote for the
nominees of thWs primary at the Novem,
bher election. That this rule shall be
posted at each polling place.


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Th.e peO-el wiln be, itdled to it
01lowing rapreMUteetlon:
No. 1l-CreseentitY, 5 delegalt
No. 3-eorgetown, 23delegat
No. 8-No rwlk, 1 delegate
N. 5-Come, 1delagat
No, 6-Pomosna, 1 delegate
No. 7--atsuma Heights, delegate
No. 1-San Matlo, I delegat
NO. 9--lt Palatnka, 1 delegates

No. 10-Orenge Mills 1 delegate
No. 11-Palatia Uesgtis. 9 delegate
No. IS-Ward 1, Palatks. delegate
No. 18-Ward 0, Palatka, 4 delegate
No. 14-Ward 8, PiSatha, 3 delegate
No. 15-Ward 4. Palatska, delegate
No. 10-lntarlsoihe, 8 delegat
No. IT-Jobason, 2 delegate
No 1 To-BalPdwin h legamtn.
No. 19C. -pialm n l, 4 delegate
No. JO-1ipulyer 8 defeat.
o. Precinct21-BotwckG. .3 drague, C.t
Marrow. -racl H. G, dlegattler.
No. Prec-Wardt No, Palatk D. Aldeletn, E. W
No. 4-Wari d 0, Palatka, 1 delete.
o. Preci2-Warct -R. W.aa, 3 J. Te
D ave Locket Chairman
F. C. BWaLAron, A.D, Sec. Reynolds.
List of inupector
for the Primary Election to be lid
July 7, i9. .
Precinct No. 1-G. V. uenraguerr,C
Marrow H. Gaut Prioer.
Precinct No. 2-W. D. Allen, E. \V
Perryih, W. anelH CooCauey.
Precinct No, 3-R. W. Hankrd, LI
ieaaler, UBve Locket.
Precinct No. 4-Lawrence Tucker, i
F. Wal irone., A. J, Reynolds.
Precinct No. 5- D. E. )usenl),rrv,
W. HarrMcCuon. H. Prior.
Precinct No. 10-J. M. Cooken, 1).
Perrv, W.Thomas LlCook.
Preclunc No. 7-W. V. deon, W. L
Calho, Ben WeiC.Sands.
Precinct No. 8-Gabe Turner, te
Solano, Jr., W. Rogerom.
Precinct No. 13-D.A.IeterDunham,W.E
MCKeleC ,J. Hagan.
Precinct No. 10-R. L. Bowton, EJ.R
Hazel, Thomae P Lloyd.
Precinct No. 1[-W. P. Anderon.
Sn. Calhou, J. W. Stewands.
Precinct No. 12-N. 0. Davis, Pete
Gardner, H. C. Loomis.
Precinct No. 13-H. 'chaeter Vause, E, C
Kelle, W. EJohnson, A. Lehrdy.
Precinct No. 148- Fenowton,J.
Dunn, Joe Points.
Precinct No. 1 -A. Usina, H. V
Snow, M. W. CStewart.
Precinct No. 16-
Precinct o. 17-. michard Vae, Jram
D. P. Johnson, C. A. Lehardy.
Precinct No., 238-W. L. Fennell, .
Price, T. B. Lovelce.D
Precinct No. 24)-E. B. Lane, Si. .1
Green, J. E. Cauthen.
Precinct No. 20-W. 1. Pulryan,. Aro
VFowlarue, M. B. Moanrton.
Precinct o. 21-Ws Th, Register. !).
U.ncock, A. B. Townsend.
rcWe rct On. 22-Edl. Sndithl, Juime
Cannon, J. M. Smith.
Picic for 23-T. of atrr that nders
m. be uered by, Hlls C. Catarrh Cur.
Precinct No. 24-J. 1). Jeffords, Silas
Smith. J. H. Ambrose.
Precinct No. 28-J. it. Pullen, (. W,
Fowler, J. It. MorTon.

Sow's This I
We offer One Buudred DollsisP H
arird for aby ease of Catarrh tUat cai
jut be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CZaNxT & Co., Proprietors,
Toledo, Ohio.
We, the oaderigned, have knows
V. J. Cheney for the last 16 years, aue
'nlieve him perfectly honorable In at
business transocttons, and noanclalli
able to carry out any obligation mad#
y their mrea.
wzasTt TaAx, Wholesale Druggistb
Tole*, Ohio
WADN, X A f MAwav,
Wholealo Dek l s, Toledo, Ohio.
aall's Gatarrh tare is taken intep
nally, aetin directly m the blood
and Wueoua sa o ess the etem.
Prtiee ler settle. od by al&drv
e TeeUm.onal ee.

The readers of this Daper will he
pleased to learn that there las at less
one dreaded disease that s oteceha
been able to cure in all its astaiges, and
hat is,Catarrh. Hall's Calarrh Cu e is
he only positive cure known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being the
onstiltutlonal diaeasereouires a const.l-
utional trelment, Hall's CAtarrh Cure
i taken internaliv. acting directly up.
on the blood and mucous surfaces or
he system, thereby destroying the
oundationj.of the disease, and giving
he patient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting nature in do.
ng its work. The proprietors have so
muchconfidence in its curative power*,
bat they offer One Hundred Dollars
or any case that it fail to cure. Send
lst of testimonials.
Address, F. J. CHKNIvY A Co., Tole.
Io, O. I"Sold by all druggisi, 753


",'/ & Fever ToaiP

/h'cause it cures tle
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L SBTYE OF AMKAiD XNAVYTOLU

e a itPs mi Reneo s to tokN avty a
= now other Ago ses-saRalo e so ee m \

nay dpren drn the wth a y there is n ly

4 Alethough the prese l se d fr tboe tto
Sads materially thea oun the net t hion
Slist, i as m eo nse olatIon to know that of which the department' can obtsoiaino
" the experience gained by the war and tfm
s navyrr dep artments during the cvil war In the rmy there is ane ceasarily
as ha borne ftbl i rn ech rord osyrstems hcaidermble difference btweon *e
as to inimiase for the future thedanger of peace with roepect to hodi pitenia oad,
Sof pension froud Necesarily, owing In time of peace a duplicate record It
to the oha cter and distribution of the kept of the shicuess anu wounds of sol
service, the navy has a more complete diens at the several posts. The medical
system of keeping the medical records offers at the Ipirls forward their dao
d of Its men than the army. to the chief surgeon at the headquarters s
In the navy men who have' hiopltal of the depairtmn t within whose ut a.
. records are serving either on shipboard diction the posts cou'i. and oneoo a moan
or at one of the yards, docks or sta- the department's chief surgeon ealk
V. lions. Attached to every ship with a up a report in duplicate aombbning all
large enough complement of men to the Particulars which had been se ',
1. warrant it there is a medical officer or him from the several posts, file one
an apothecary. To him is intrusted the copy at his own headquarters and foe-
C business of keeping the medical record wards the other copy to the surgeon
of that vessml. It is ket in a book c ell. general in Washington, who indexes it
J ed a journal, in which are entered the and is thus able to answer questions
namedshcriptioni and ailment of every eout to him from the pension office and
. ian re:pniring mediio l or surgical at- from the record and pension division of
tendanco e itd a very complete account the war department. Here again we fin
of his trouble and its treatment. All evidence of the lessons learned from the
journals when finished are filed at the experience of the civil war. From time
* surgeon general's office in Washington, to time the post murgeons are bothered
Where they are supplemented by a card with rules for the accumulation of addi-
. index, so that It takes only a minute or tional data quired by the surgeon gem-
two to get at the medical history o d a al s office and complain loudly of the
man on anys h a red tape system which throws so much
If man is sent to a share hospital, needles additional work upon their
* he takes with him a sheet called a tick. shoulders. As a matter of fact how-
r et, on which are entered his name, de- ever, there Is no red tape involved in
scriptive list, disease, etc,, and to the. the matter. Each of the additional data
Sis appended a memorandum showing Is called for simply because, in the ad.
the clothing ad personal effects which Juatment of pension claims at Washing-
. came with him to the hospital, and ton, some new feature has arisen which
which are done done p n a bag with his shows thenecessity for a moreelaborate
Shamrock and preserved for return to inquiry into the eoMs of sick and
him when he is discharged. An abstract wounded men in the hospital.
of his enlistment papers accompanies In the present war, when very few
these details, so that the identification soldiers are left at the domestic poster
of the man lacks no practical element and all the work of any account is
of completeness, and an attempt b aan transferred to the field, the system of
impostor to palm himself off S a sailor duplicate reports is exohangad for an.
with a hospital record would be very other which accomplishes practically
likely to fail through his inability t, the same purpose by slightly different
answer sonie of t!i questions which means. The medical organisation by
might be asked hiin after reference to regiments, as it exists while the men
his ticket, are recruiting and in muster camp, is
To the ticket the medical officer in merged into a corps and division organ-
charge warf the ward app history iztion when they reach the field. The
of the case fromat dayv to day and if titi. chief surgeon of the corps corresponds
of sufficient imiportance accompanies the in his general functions to the chief e sr-
written text with a temperature chart geom at the headquarters of the depart.
and other technical data of that surt. nent in time of peace. He has charge
These ipapersare forwarded to Wash- of the full medical equipment of the
ington, where at the close of a year they corps, while a subordinate officer, witt,-
are bound and go upon the shelves (if perhaps a hospital steward and a pri.
the surgeon general's office, with a card vate of the hospital corps to act as an
index for instant reference. When 1 orderly, has charge of the regiment
inquiry copies in from thie pension office Between these extremes come the chief
or from a committee of congress and a surgeons of divisions and brigade sur-
man's record is searched in the surgeon geons. The regimental officer prescribe
general's office, the reponse of the of- for the petty ills of the men which do
fice is run through the copying press, the not require any considerable treatment.
copy is jacketed and properly indorsed If a man is so ill or has received such a
i and a card index entry made of it, and wound as to need serious hospital traes
it is then put into its proper place in a ment, he Is turned over to he custody'
file CaMn to facilitate the next search of the Ohief surgeon of the divies.
I which may have to be made against the The regimental officer who malka th
rame name, disposal of the oaje and the ohief ar-
Onvessel wherenosu ergeonaorapoth. geon of the divilron to whom there.
eoary ie employed-such as tugs, boats aspnsbility of the case is trus red
for transporting supplies and the lie both report on the cram. The atte ort
k-the officer In oommund is furnished is thus a check upon the other, and the
with a pad of blanlrI'r on which he department has the hospital record of
makes his antale covering 4 health the man quite as completely in war
of the men under him. Thee h tears time as In time of peace.
off as f i t as filled and sends to the su- But this 4s not all. Much complaint
geon general's office, where they are has been heard from poorly informed
filed like the reports from ar dlioal offi. outsiders against the rigidity of the
ears. The ompletenem of this system a a ysical examination through which
leaves no ship in the entire navy with. volunteer officers and men have bee
out some offloer responsible for report Iput since the prpsent war began. Th
on the ailments or wounds of the men, is an ill considered critioinm. The eo-
and no man without a record inthhe Aminations have been mvere, but they
surgeon general's office if he has had have been the government's great afe-
any need of medical services while guard against future fraud on the pan.
afloat, iona roll There is the best of reasnaM
Mention of the ships' medical jour. for believing that they will be sample.
nals would not be complete without a rented by another examinan made
referenoeto one Important lesson taught of each individual soldierefore he I
by the experience of the the ivil war. It mustered out of the federal service. I
will be recalled that a large number of a man isinsoundcondtionwhenhe
civilians were drawn into the naval receives his discharge from the army, it ',
medical service at that time a acting will do himno goodto olleback tn
amitantsurgeons. It was hard to make years afterward with a claim fa pen.
some of them understand where their *ion on the ground of diMbUlty rmnlt-.
personal rights aeued and the rights of from activeW -- r Trei 'k
the government bean. Noat a few a Post. .
omnad that the medical journals which
they kept belonged to them asindi- .. ;


them simply a- sovenirs, other naIg re(ltbsshegm& feedtmo lesstlae -ei,
them ftor eference in their nrtraferac- sad pre.,M..buinss, taspid




stent ea forts to recover all the recoiles mes- sa uatica ts
of the civil war and complete It s sIneaiy adthoouhly. --. Attdrus
SWhernver itcould aertalne a tft plhy- P ra pa l.y d J dce, 5owel, Mass
"sejica who hai retuned to uaye life Tb.nnlyoUo S i kItake with hooasSspB, a 'I.


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It trtkes us tha it would be very toe


to make Itat least a half holiday and
tet up a few attractions and invite oat
friends from different parts of the
county to come and joinla with us, It
could be done at a very small expense,
and no dohbth the "wherewith" could
be readily raised by popular sebadrip-
tion. Shall we do it ? Of course it is
quite probable thM there will be quite
a number of people In Palatka add over
he county,who expect to isit Jackson-


FOR STATE SENATOR. ville and seei the oldlers oB that dky,
--- but the great manses will be either an-
*As has been several times announced able to go, or else will prefer to stay at
In the columnsof THi TIMxE-HXRALD, home or to come to Palatka, We mere-
Dr. E. 8S. Crill is a candidate for State ly throw out these suggestque for our
Senator. readers to think over. ,
Several weeks slnce this paper men-
tioned his name in connection with that RAILROADS AND THE PEOPLE.
responsible position, and our statement
that the Doctor woulHl be a candidate Under the above heading the Gaines.
before the primaries next month was ville Sun bas the following to.Ray:
based on no presumption, but we were "Rightly understood and rightly dealt
authorized by the Doctor himself to with, the interest s of tbh railroads and
state that be would bee a candidate-and the interests of the people should be
his candidacy as a matter of course, mutual. In some manner or other
means his nomination and election. there should be enacted and enforced
In bringing out Dr. Crill we feel that laws that will corni; justice to all con-,
we are naming a man for the Senate cerued Dicirniiiuation Ji favor of
whose superior forsuu h an olffite cannot eit'iei interest 'rant but lead to disaster.
be loundi in Puntnam County. il fact in The criplil n of eilither interest will be
the state. Our di( sire is to see Putnam's a stumbling block in the way of general
power for good unsurpassed by iiny prosperity.
other 4vunity in the state, and, as wvu At Mie cOvOetilion of the tate ali l
have stated heretofore, we feel assured suitedd States aitlroad Commissioners,
that In honoring Doctor Crill our county held in Washington on May 10, 'resi.
will bonor herself. dent 1%. E. Ingalls of the Clevelanid,
So, in casting your ballot in the pri- Cinciunat, t'hicasio & St. luuii rtil-i
marles next month, don't forget that road delivered an address which wuas
Doctor Crill is a candidate. full of fool for thought for those wl,,i
-.- | are charged will iniilrund suptrvisiion.
TO VOTE IN THE PRIMARIES. Anioi other things he said: 'Nev.r

TiiE TI.MES-.HERALD having learned in the history of railroads have tariffs
from various sources that a number -f been so little respected as to-day. l'ri
voters in the county ldo not thorough y Vate atraugein :ts and understandings
Utndeisiand the tuhi- and regula'i-,n. are more plentiful than regular rates.
that will govelil te holding of the coun.- The large shippers and irresponsible L
ty convention .ut the primaries inl shippers are obtmintg advantages
especially that Iparlt f th ruhl beai ritn which. sooner or later, will lrove the
upon the quialiiclitoun of the voters, we ruin of nrti: lubiluteis, bnd in the eud
reproduce eitioria'!y iul.es No. : awl will break upi many commercial houses
No. 6. But we would advise every and ruin the railways. If something ie s
Democratic voier in Putnam County to not done to remedy the situation, the
read the entire official call, which p. small shippers will be extinguished, and
pears elsewhere lin rnll TiMs. HKnRALD a few men with large capital will con-
Here are the rules referred to- trol the entire merchandise busoeines of
3d That at the said primary election the country.'" "
none but the Democrats who voted the
straight Democratic state ticket at ihe
last general election, or who will pledge The callof Gen. Miles for intreaching
themselves to support all the nominees
of this primary andhave qualified them. tools will not, in all probability, satisfy
selves to vote by registraston, san those the "On to Havana" botspun, who be.-
Democrats who have become qualified lieve thatthe conquestof a hostile coun- f
voters since the last general election,
and thoee Democrats who will become try is merely a matter of landlngtroops
of age at the time of election, shall be and marching s may mile aday. It d
allowed to vote at said plmanes.anym l y. It
6th The secretary of the committee is just poesilble that Gen. Miles knows a A
sha1 send to the executive committee' little about what is necessary to carry W
man for each precinct in due time,
ballots, blank pol Ilsts and ceitiflcates on the war on Cuban soIl. He woul"I
of returns, and said committeeman not call for the tools unless he foresaw
shall deliver them to the inspectors at t
polls a, time of opening ame Candi- that he would require them; and should
dates wishiug heir names d1I the ballots their use involve a protracted campaign P
shall pay to the seiretarv of thin corn- i
mittee by noon of .Tne 26, 1898, th It will only be because such a contin-
following suns: Offlcers whose terms gency will be founl inevitable. I
refour yeari. 20; off cershose terms v
are two year, $10; members of the
legislature, 10; all minor offices. $1; a
to defray theiexpensem of printing and The Leesburg Commercial fludi time t
dlstributilng the ballot, and no ballots to talk shbout something else besides war
shall be cou t-d for anv person failing
to pay seid fee. Each voter must vote and politics, and says: "The tobai. o
in .be district in which be is registered. interest is growing in Florida. despite
Each person voting sh ll thereby silgil-
that he approved the prlpeiplesof the the long drought that has prevailed.
micratic parity n8tl tbt he feels But for the well grounded belief that ,
himself in honor li.wurd to vole for the
nomineesof the's iritnrvli the Novem, the industry Is permanent and nrofita- n
ber eleeion. Thi thi- rule shall te ble in thbi state, theunfavorable condl
posted nt e rch plhlltog place. tils this year would have seared to b

WHAT ABOUT THE FOURTH? check it growlh.if not ltotallydesuoy u
t_ he business; honce the factof ii hold.
What will Palatka do about thi 4 h ? iug firm at this lime lo a proof of lis b
This is a question we bave head 1ri..ed stability that nun, hlie gratfifing to ,
several times within the past f, w i... eve'vone whi f',.ls nfn interest In inu1l.r. a.
and we regret to say that as yet w-e bhvt I rial Fi;-Il I
heard notpingA sird of a celebration.
Other towns un the state are i11kigiii The. 11, toln Herald vs: "T'be g'irs "
preparations for a hbg idv. and it ..i are rn ,.wenrlng garter huckets imh.il. *
seem to us n that a 'e*ptbrailon n t *.hli with '*wosen' ni-t' iti.P' <',.. .i. "
kind wo-ild he'|i-eura i 'v sv ppr> ,, .I Or ) .i r n.i ., *r.,ir- ..ne I. ii I sit | fla-,:4 r
this lrine. There I4 oniyv H ..l ..I. the in 'l r i6n,',it ."- ip .itr ,.! 1
Wo tlk r wi for rt'- r-sr *** i '1 i s i e r io,.,' l ir r f'.oet N,1 I
alt alntn ena' ,- Si -, -. ',.. ,, I ri, .\l ,, ,ir..,r mi-i 'i i.tu, .l *,ul t .o fi
m a 'i r '1 e .- i 1 ti i i i : I i | W


Announeemencs.


THE TiMEs4-,HRALrn



CM.,1 EBOALL.EMitr m mi repra.

@UIWCRITIONRATS-Oue V416. IAO. SiX
a""ats, wn ta. Tre o ahsSCents.
Smsntcsdue in 114W ""S

All savertkii -llsw t, i.m" due pro rots
0"erymonth. Special ne'11saort time payable
All itne.riid.avsh'Sre.
amlo n Fd%?n,'ee(4 Piiitiit;str


The Galnesville Sun very appropri
stelv remarks: "The savannahh News
ears that Col. W. J. lrntan will Injure
ils prospects as a presidential candi-
date by serving his country In the army.
All the gold bug and republican pa)pirs
effect to entertain tb3 same opinion.
'he, are very much iuncerned about
Col. Bryan's future. While none of
hem would like to sup.t>rt hb.u for the
prerldencv, it is more lihan probable
ihat liig before the next uaLioudl eitc-
Ion Col. iryyu will be so near;v uni-
'ersally popular that in mny of ihose who
Ire doing their utmunit it. insOa Ilut In


lhe back will be louli mInii ncd ,uppoi.
as of the temone cr-ac iitiimiUel ticket
oIl ol. lBrot it itt lthe h eai-d.

Ti',- Iu ie-llentvillPie InI .ot ,o n8. fi, iih.t
I t it liCcoitP I Xn a, 'Inh tI expie..ren ouI
Retilt I n. i 'he* li I-r not nIn lu 414st1
poor i tan l ii the cr rlitIy twhl i, nt. 0ll
elieve thai iuX.ItlI,.I si.-u.4i be. er'ie l-
WE'-. Ibih the lich N- wtiell i- the pol r
hOlll Ii 'r Ill. i1 j1.1 | rI. i|, on of Theo
Uludeti if hlir tgv. r iuIslr Th't is why
lit- ,u i lll ,.- of ill et ple iii-'t i pOti
II 1).-'it Ol ti e-' "

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For Couaty Tresurer:
To 1te DemOormto voters of Ptes County:
I huye mou e myself *a andidate for
to he ipr.m of Ml Uo eo mine
sad rispMotfullyMK your support.


For the Office of County Treasurer.
To Use t oats of uSa. County:
Mi e anouee a a iaa ate for n-
Souto oot e subjecito the

ya ri. les. Lar.
Sere ano a iREl ite .
Panika, Fa., April g. t.
For County Tax Collector.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
nomnio as T a Collector of Putn County,
slubjeO to the action of tb ue .ratid re oary.
J. XTLACKWIDO .
April 1b, I"SMr
For ounty TAssessor.
I hereby anous il mys endiduary for r.enoi-
imrtion to the ofesu of rtax As sMnorf i iiat bu
ountly. object to the atine of the llemooratle
Prinaries, and respectfully solicit the stuiviort
of tire voters of theu county
0O. F. 1111 LALIt1.
For Ounty Tax Collector.
Tu Tire lDemoeratic vlis r oft I'liteir 4 oulinty:
I eeb, azinnunC ntielfn e canidtuet for
re-nintti for the Lower if County leax Ci-
'rt re i 'trIitoir unn'y. riujriert Uthei toprov-
al ofthe itXa IonK rtlr .-PIiiai., t nid respect fully
eeljilt yoursolnlort. Yothii truly
F C. ULANCHAltb.
For County Treasurer.

owentlemne.tllit I the anilireti o my friend i I
'erelir nntfite, i myse tf a candriate for tie
nuiiillnit rion t sanity Trdea-y ii leave> |ei to ter
iu]iliirt i t 11e oMn roriner i,-vasion, and re-
wth thei lly ask a iontlirianre f titry r.aliie
li p n. .rT. ours for Bsiin fl eiiiocii5(v
Jd. I.< AALI'EAYM.
Clavtlri. Fin., April 2.ill Iis.
For the Lowerslouse.
7o lite \oter of Piutprinc torinty
By oil irtation, anol i"IeKg teir nier-esity if
having a. repiresenitativ froiu thisu ilite if the
I hentby Incomun lcfe rnyo ela candidate for the
loitwor iirrOllenilijet totnieillnTretio or the Ir-
jrtartoif the lDeii ir akisigr rinfilelndfly un lirt port they gale
ncr Ir y |ireciriou catinllilacv 15 tiveeti lurtter
with te-ini. lt e ctiilly,
JAtl.N MI. ALLEIRY.
For the Legislature.
Sherrbcy flnuounce myself a candtllate fru the
Legislature froin lPutnamin County, suil jett to the
actiouifthe l )eiliuratii i Primuary il .IJuly 7th.
ly act on is not limeti rn the rirlue-et f ( trie
It lit I aik for friendly i rt of All.
Melroue, Fla., 31sy t. INjm.
For the Legislatu-re.
I heeliy announce niyseir a cAunrltnt iror the
Iewtlt)utle from PIltnanu Cioui. nlrijret to the
i-tionol the l)eunocrati priirle, a. iin ruNkt.
rully naiqest the eueilort it the vitcer,' the
Credit' t Cltv. -in., .Irnie 7l0t h. tll.
For the Legislature.
rotheieuiiMmtIrtt Vote-rs of Irilutri ojut irr
I hereby announce iin- elf a cendiiiato 'r the
Leflatirre from ilutniaul County, h bjetitto the
u-tlonotthe ptimnrleti. and resiierttull, ask the
support accorded mie n u foriner oirri-aiorn.
H|NuIt. E. lIMIAN.
alatt a, Fla June 10. IIa.
For Member County School Board.
I rereby announce 111 eltr a aindlidtte for 4
remirer or the Putnaim County Suriool Itoard,
tirjeft to the Action of the Iei uocutic prima.
*let, and solicit the support orf nI voters.
ItspelotBull, 0.L .rE5ICKLAND.
EtoWa", Fla., June 10, lat.


P D Lamb ................................... JnonJ Smith A R Baer
Charles Kupperbusch. .........................Jno J Smith A it RBr
Charles K. towton ....... ..............Jno mith AR er
H MesmRer ................................. no Smith A RRer
Robert Barnesm.. ................. .... ..... ... JnoJ Smith AlRBeer
Henry Strunz .................... ..... JnoJ Imit.lh A 9Bar
W S Pry ........ ....... ... ... ... Jno.JlmIth A Baer
J F Brewer ................... ..... JnoJ smith AR tleer
J 9 Points.....................*................... JnoJI Mldth A R er
J T Danforth........ .... ................ JnoJ Smith AR Beil er
( W Martin .............. ...... ............... JnoJ Smhinlth A RBaer
John his murl. Bryant.................. Jio J Smith A R Raier
('ook Carleton .. ................ .........J BnSmith A R BAer
Wm Hewmon ....... ................. .. Jn J Smlth A R Baer
J o l'Peck ..................... .............. .. ... JnoJ Brnlth A RBaer
V' K EIler ........... ................. Jio ., B niith Clarence Gialnrs
T M Itay ... ... ............................. J J iiilth W Clark
J It Flinn ..... ............ .... J J Smith JO speck
W ilia C v n l .. .. .... JA rJ i ll ('t'4 Bennett
( m14 A McCorty ... .. Jun.1 Binitlth c'S Bennett
lien)J Morgan .................. ....Jno Ji 1 Sithl CS Bennett
flarilion Brown .. ... ....... .. ...... Inn J Sitlt Cli Bennett
.1 L crawfornil ........................ oJ Briii Henry Brynum
Jos I) Point .. ............. ... Ino J Sil larence al
STATE OF FLOLRIDA,
COUNTY of PUTNAM.
Personally appeared before me Thomnias Keatiuir, who. being ilrst duly
sworn to speak the truth, deposes tind i sat8 that he Is the applicant mentioned
in above and foregoing petition; that each ail every name or signature thereto
was made in the presence ofm,, least two creditable witnesses, and that each and
every name or mark affixed to iud ptittiln or ip,,leallion, was the act anddeed
of illh person purporting to sign the same. uid that there was no fraud, bribery
or (1ccepiton in liprcuring iuch i.,natu'e or imrues; andthatall such signatures
or names were obtained after June 3dl, 1UH n9iiIl in accordance with the revision
of the tegistration litHt her toufrre made anil int existence at that time and now.
THO'l1AS H. KEATING.
Sworn to and subscriiued before me this 16 h day pf June, A. D. 1898
1'ARIKER A. bMITH
[Seal No(ar Public, Stue of Florida.


Safety Comfort! uick ime! Low Rates.
Finest Cuslineand Bervier No Tranosfe Uterween .Isekeville mad New Tor
The Flertis iiposed of the following lactonime w Steel ateamers.
00MACHE (new), AtlO (1 1. IR0QU018. CHEROKEE. 8EMIOL
OMTH-BOL'UND.
tSteaiuIr' are ir]ppolutntd to ail according to tihe ride.
promJ ,v,.a RON VILLE. FLI.A.,(calllngat Charleston) Runday, Tosadays *ar Thursdays
From CHARLBSTON, P.C. Monaiy. elnesdaysiand Friday.
For hour of selling, see Clvde Line" Schedule. or Jacksonville and Charleston daily papers.
NOUTH-. OrW EI.
Steamers are appointed to small from Pier 29, East Iliver New York, at3i pa., as follows:
For CHIARLESTON. S.C., Mondlys, Wednesd anuol Fridays
For JACKSONVILLE.FLA.. (calling at Charlestot) Mlldlay, Wednesday enid Fridays

Llyde New England and Souhllrn Lines-Freidri Only
calling at Charleston, S. C., a,th ways)
teTBARiMBI DBLAWAIRE and GeO. CLYDE.
From Foot of Hoga Street, Jacksoanville Frm Lewis' i hm. Boston,
ihURSDAYS, FI.rIAV.
LYDE'S ST. JOHNS RIVER INE.
(DE BABY LINE.)
For Jacksonville, Palatka, Sanford, Entervrise
And Intermediate Points on tne St. I )hns
The ElFgat Bldwbheel Steaier
Fred'k DeBary,
CAPT. W. A.IHAW.


Is appointed toasil as follows.
Laves Jaclkonvlle................................Sunday, Tuesdays a Thursilaysnat 30p. m.
Leve Sanford, retaining........................... .IW a. m. Moodays,. Wednesday snd Fridays
OGesral Plasseier lsa 1 teket Oftle, iso adW ay strree, Jtk.h villn, is.
W. H. WARBURTON. R. P. A.. M. ItONMoNCER. Ji.i pI.Pue.A t.
SBowlinglr Uren Nw York 2" Wet Iy At.. Jacksonvill.e,
W.H. HENDER84OiN. P. A. JON L. HOWARD Atl IgSupt.
B Growling ream.No leYorkIo Foot ligam St., Jacksonvill,

WM. P. CLYDE & CO. Gen. Agts.
1I Mo. eaeware Ave P6lliIlpllt 5 iSowullaug res., esir frk

The Lake Butler Bulletin speaks of i "Little Boy, Uttle Boy.
our Bob na follows: "There seems to "Who made your breeches?"
be such unanimity umong the people uf "My mother cut them out,
"I'ly father sewed the stitches."
ihe Second Dietrct that when the con- Consldoiling the average man's
veutiiii convenes. Hon. Robert W. lunhiility at stitchiug, his father mout
Davil' nomnimiitiou will be made b ithave ulsedl a New Home. for there
acctlanitilion. In fact the convenliii l in it'er msachibnt which can be op.
neel ot he in seiuon moe than two i'i hv l ice accu-ately and
ehinv l at I' s* "nu tof lThe In chanlical
hours, for the work to be dour- has wirld "
already been blocked tou, by the voters. 'I he .:1rc. In a : lot hs any good ma-
Pnorda has been very ably represented cl"le e*i lile ',lld fulr Tihe term are
Sii hna lower House, and the Secnid .i', l0int he learned for he eskipg.
tli'rilt.t has been especially fortin m e ... iUAfRl c.en" s.
in hlving the right man in iho right L IUN 't wIe 1itIll'IR *IL
place. J f b 1 t La.
G I nem.I r tIpe' n !$ie
'[1he bill for the removal ofa i rlial! org as e "0s
thiibilities arlisng from the civil war i. off1 6 2
* ,w ;, lhw, President Mc:Krnt havli n g, l
I., lnli approved I. Replresr 'nikinis. of WiNo uain, I IM ai' 11 4.
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S.. /equarters For.. .


CLOTHING,


C(-ents' Furnishings,

And Tailoring.
LEMON STREET. PALATKA, FLA.


PETITION FOR LICENSE, %
To THE HONORABLE BOARD OF COUNTY COXMIBSIONERS, PUTNAM COUNTY,
FLORIDA:
We, the undersigned voters of Precinct No. fourteen (14) respectfully re-
quest your Honorable body to grant un'o Tho-, H. Keating license to ll Ales,
Wines and spirituous Liquor, in soul Pieclnct No. 14, for tbe vear commencing
Octq er l6t, lo98 and ending September .10t h, 189):


WITNESSES.


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Looks

old./l Is
Sloth- cannot make .
abrw too old Area pale
aiMeks won't do .
Your household camn may
b. heaVy and disappoint.
f may be deep, but
cannot make youth look
I ne thin does It and
never fails.
It sla ImposiblePto. Ibok
young with the color of
seveoty years in your hair.



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VI or

permanently popones the
tell-tale signs of age. Used
according to directions it
gradually brings back the
color of youth. At fifty your
halr may look as it did at
fifteen. It thickens the t:ir
also; stops it from fc!,in7,
out; and cleanses the :cc!p
from dandruff. Shall we
send you our book on t'.
Hair and its Diseases?
lFI r f Ad w Pcm..
I do net obt all nl bone t
ftO lf wrli6b. tdoeli tkeboat It.
l isa tlr th o* I Mm e f el t n
it out i aAdVu Lh
tLeweS, Mass.

Call for District Convention.
Foi'l,,wing i the otticial call for the
Deni ki' v ivi ln f'op tile econld
Con~c.i--v1ai;ii Ibtirici tf r rlllon:i
h" litinicai 1c liuri y Of the Secon'il
Con.'rf l,,,,l il ti icti of Florida will
hold a inl a . Land,. ViR on Wedn day, July Othli.
1898, a : ;i m for the purpose f
normiutin a. l ntto' c citillate for
Congit--A i.1 ithe .Sicuuil District uf
Filo ti, ii, ti to I r ,isact such other
busine- nq m av come before the con,
venl' i. .
The chairman ad sesuetary of each
coun v ,f the Second Congressional
D.stait uof Florida will send delegates to
the covetiluu upon the following basis
of repri-seitatlon: One delegate for
each 100 votes caast for the Democratic
congressional candidate at the eri-it on
nI1806, and one additional delegate fi r
the fraction in esceft thereof witii it
amounts tofifty or more. The ctuuiits
under this rule, will be entitled to rep-
resentation as follows:
Alachua, 15 Madison, 9
Baket, 1 Marion, 10
Bradt'""i, 7 Nas w'. 5
Brevard, 5 Orange, 10
Clay, 3 Oceuol,. 2
Columbia, 7 Putnam, 10
Dade, 4 St. Johns, 7
Duval, 17 Sumpter, 4
Hamilton 5 Suwanue. 7
Lake, 8 VolilB,
The chairman and secretary of ei, i
county convention will seui to E..
Crili, chairman, Palatka, a wriluei .,
printed cony of names of such deleir,'
as are elected to the congresantnalI o -
ventinn.
S.8. CaRLL.ChalrmaB .
W. P. AMJtNV M. t1ec. pro ternm.

Are You Goingto the Coast?
Thoseof our readers who .s,. e., *
log to spend a portion of ilie hI i'
term at the seaside will doi> i ......
yestigate the advantages to lit, f '. i,
Corosa4i'lleacb,opposte New "ni, i,
At Corona'o the Peat base ll.-lii. .
the country will be found, Iaehii'
unectlle,'l, and no prettier b'ec'
be fount, on tli- Atlantic0ofit. I
antucila'e pong asay fiom ,
during th- summer, we woulM. i ,
yu to will tio ) f.R. Newell,p p..
of the SeasIde notel, Comn,,,i '."
fo> full particulars. I'ns pl' .... "
New tTmyTrna, ia. "


T I-EEk'3..,, 'e
*(" Y jL~ 7 boat and If = h llute ht.
WAR DIARY The U tate" regular troops
*mWK lsniade up the grater part of the fon., *
there being but three volunteer orgavi-
Brtf Iecord of Happenings Since "awerthe sty.flrsNew York HEADACHE,
Our Last Issue. infantry volunteen, the Second Maas- FOUL BREATH.
1 ohusette infantry volutoers and two NO NERVY,
'spalardmt 4 alltas 1ield. tamotunted* squadrots of four troops
AdTvces from Kon/gKeas Weesfoaay eabh from the Wat NtatMied State vol.. CONSTIPATION.
ad the Spani garrison at Mantle., Faor thea War1 t~. These symptoms mean torpid liver and a clogged condition
rather than be majored by theinsur. s W n the bowls. They also mean the general health I below par,
genta, had yielded to the Amerioans The war reveo bill was signed by a d dlease l l a to obtain control
psaan of war. Presidea MKttaly Mno0v and secre-
e h warships b. tdof theOm Gapsat once,ii.
.r e ed a iular inviting bids for the PR IC LY
A govn menit tag arrvdEA .KeyWO00MM00 of 8 per cent boqds as-
West Thursday and reported that four thorid by the measuur.
strange vessels, supposed to be panish ,I + + +
warships trying to elude' the blockade When wear begins to exceed rep' A
Squadron and ent Havana orlying he your tody you a going total ifle. tTT
wait for the Aino an transports, h"aftThe signs of It aresnloss otsf. pat.." BITT ER S
The news caused much uneasiness at ne"w' pekness, nervousnew, ec. T' .
Washington and orders were sent to repair nemedei Is focd. Yon liiin \nti Qaletlyremovesthevse ymptomsn .otrenrthenthe ttomaeh,
Admire Sa sondret i i to nt (, Ve 1t Y, ciLastheliver and bowels and promotes functional
Admiral Sampson directing him to une' eat eBongh, anll yet > on fe<.l hait yV 1 [ activity In uth kidneys.. A few ddwse will restore
every precaution in conducting the wi ar out mire tisiue, energy, nerve health and-cuergy In body and brain.
army safely to Santiago. tre tlh ou- food nakes ior o LD BY ALL DRUGIT8.
Four Negro iteguilars Killed. Thi- diffidulty Is that.von do not dig t SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS..
0v i S t( r'1, "tth. Andi tIls i; s0 I er ion i'ittis i Prties.ohPrBetr., d ^
From a private letter received In Sa- o.,th it tli)g down seriously t.in'
vannah Thursday it wai learned that a a, .iit If yot can't dllgest. what ynu
fight between United States regulars est, take a few dos. of Shtakr Diges-
and.volunteers took place at Taxpat tiveCuorial. Ti cfleot. rfit will h.-
Monday night, the news having been to inire4t.e your flesh ant' iitke o oi
suppressed by the telegraph censor, feel asronger You won't fall P rkl.
Drunken negro regulars and white Proof hat It l in routrol of your rt ACKFRIAN & S'PrW"VRT: Gentral A,.n .
Drunken negro regulars anid white tlr*,irppnrtnr s hit e..Hy '',lnagh tO
volunteers front the south were the test thit for vrmvelf. Tlaks. few bot
combatants, and when the smoke.of ties of Shnkit- Diiestivn C('.dial.
battle cleared away it was found that At druggists, price 10 cents to 91 per
four of the former were dlad andi sev- bottle.
eral badly wounu sixitei Wnriiris rIp it onvoC Music on the Giraphophone.
Rumors to the effect that Spanish Pew people op;>weini ', it,,, rve ....
warships were cruising in southern wo ,,, p ers of t. (',, ,,,,,,,,, ,,.ili '. 1 .1
terms resulted Friday il the dislatch of
an Anierican fieet of 11t warslhips to timer. It 1-4 a in-iluiti t wi chII.
serve as a convoy for the troopship~ Lhoiitiah t cos Itl uich l.-mI lhloilt l ;. i
from that place. eiiPist e mulictl Inttiui.h', wl MOST EXOELLEtT BERVIOE OFFERED 0 0r FLORIDA.
It was announced that the transports. ehl,' i owner ivt piei llii T SRVI OFFERED our or FLORIDA.
which were said t)o have sailed lor Cuba. ,t ,, k,,m fro,,, I t l ,I)lil- I,, NO RTH EAST W ST
Wednesday, haild eel ordered I ,li ir NORTH, EAST, W E T.
when news ot ihe eeitmuiy l:ing in w.i
reached W nVas iu fi.tn |o'i.hlt lire V v l IeI 1l]-(t|. H'i Io .1t i ',
At. ii"I, \vw t',,r.'rdi-,.an t.l tl f toi .vrvf I'er .ll,, .s i,,i t tLROUGO PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CAB.S DINING CARS,
Several At.ian iwar-hips Fri.da i ,", i,,. i i.,,N. 1,, It i tHOROUOGHFARL OOAOHES, VESTIBULED TRAINS.
bombitided 1ll i qulttr, tullte disranl itti- .,n,* of Aguadonrs, and near the railway ii ~t Besle id reprodui.iit' h i i **WASHINGTON AND SOUTHWESTERN LIniTED."
to SitltiiKo de UUta U ,,l,v-i ,,r,| it, .,. ,,, ,*,.,w I ,, Tbroqgh Vestiball4 Drawliage oom Iletsing Care beiwetu Tampa and New Tetk,
l[xitnish official ativlein from t'ailling via J(aesllvtlo. nsbw ad Columb:a. without change.
asserted that the iomibardmueut ur.A.1 it ll ar l al w r *UNITBD STATES FAST MAIL "
no daitag. iiti-ilit.ily it. iIciioluc at NX Ilundreid .iT riltre Littlted. ;i .flI t l -s l.ilred, y.vir iwO wordt Plmlan Drawltl-om Buff etSleeping Carl e between JacksooillIa i4 New York,
Arcordiig to advices received via Plrt 'ii., or iO -loinl. Bly w.iitit r .) ( Embracing Lynchburg, Charlottesville.
Auimoio, Jumaica. t.iurtiay, the m- ,tum.,mPho l'iu iph i,., l 10 E. i.iii Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphial
begai F Cita by he Ame00 rican forceihe .pi ci.,ithimoure,Ml.. began Friday. when 1100 marines pitched tljeN,,ui t |ll ,Hi .- fi, |i )in t- Cin0nml.ll. with *el-OenllODtoD tar Louvivllo and lh. Ni,.lsa.t
their tents about the smoking ruins of iuflo nor and the
the outer fortifications at Ounuitanamio lilon ~01s .4*'.' r.f(;I'llIh il lt f, iii -. Also Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
and the sturs and stripes for the first -- Cincinnatl. via Columbia and Ashevllie. Through the
tiite werehoisted on a Spanish flagstaff. 1 il t- 11ii te'.ml,:l i.rt 111.1 a .I v'.
Forty nmriies from the battleship Or. li 1 es i- i o l', iPcklit;v A- i i',,i "LAND OF THE SKY."
egon went ashore and occupied the left 1i 1',itluthetil'nl whti- .*-, .lt
entranit of 'he bay until the troopship ,, i. e s.. ii ,N, I ,. s e.. i. a
Painther arriv d with M00 nmarines. O wialmiB Bltf teato rates. hodlte,*l]-pr:esra retervarous, eto. applyto
These, under the comniand of Lieu- It.4witIo 5Wt st tMeINL114,1,6tlie i ts cunuiettIUM
tenit it Coliinel R. W. Htuntington, ar- III.J..+.,
rived at o'c-lock, and within half at Vit jLl .ll3 I. A FI. hIMA ", F iede Ag.. A i$ '12 t e tPay Street. Jacks"tiville. Fla
hour they had buried the buildings of S ll II. OULP. W A TlRK. 8. H. KffADWIO,
the Spaiih ni.canp and had set fire to theo tl t W A t.."it." o ta i s e .a P.
village. No.auaasAhilestea. UL0
Numerous shot were fred by the VS k sll I IeV i
Spanianoi, bnt none of them landed, *
and no Antricanus were injured. U W 11 L
Anneriviliis Killed I le -uba.
Lieutenant Colonel R. W. Hunting. Save YOUr Money.
ton's battalion qf marines, which landed One boa of Tutts Plls will save P,
front the transport Panther on Friday OneboxofTuttsPlls willsav P.
and encamped on the hill garding the many dollars in doctors' bills:00 ., :p.
abandoned cable station at the entrance Thy ise V T T
to the harbor of Guantanamo, wsa -. Theywill surelycure all diseases T :Lrrive Jil'k illilse,
tacked bylspuiahguerrillasand roa of the stomach, liver orbowels U 1SY SUT I'. JiM 3. ..
lan at 8 o'clt.ck Saturday afternoon. 7:30 A. M, 7:40P. M,
The fighting was almoa oontinou. for No Reckless Assertion Pshedule In effect April, 18,118.
15 hours until 0 o'clock Sunday morn- For sick headache, dyspepsia
ing, when reinforcements werelanded e, yspeps --QUICKEST AND MOST DIRECTOI(I E--
from the United States oraiser Marble- malaria, constipation andbilio-
head and the Spaniards were drives usness, million peopnendone AT T
back. uofomamillon en NORsH, EASeT, W EST
wounded. American dead: N O AA1
Assitant Surgeon John Blair Gibbs of ... ....
Ri6hmond, Va.. 5:00 A. M. ThAIN carries Pollmon 8ie I ng Car Irnm Palatkha.d
Sergeant Charles In S ith of Small- !.0 I 4 PENZK(I':, ** nd dayecoach from Jaeksonvill- to Chliclinatl, withilt
wood. clitnKge, via Montgomry and I.. & N. H. It.
Private William Dunphy of Gloen- 5:00l I' S M reetatJakaouville with Pul'man Slemtna
easter, Mass. 'r' 1 Tf t~l UIV' .^iKg C -" <*tiew York via A. 0. 1. ana Ponn'a R R., Tileotii
Private Jamesn Mcolgan of Stone.- Ta i 0 r. **iand ; M : e a. er fo t.Nashville, via Tlfton, MlaUen, Attiant1,Ch mS
ham, mas. aonoigr.
Corporal Glass was socdently injured 6 P M Ii AIN Pullnian Bspleoig Cr 'I cksonvile ot eLout. es
Into the head. ,untgrmery and L. k N., also ononeots wit.. loel salo g
The Spanish lows, while not known, lok n dnville to Bavanna.
.p ocs r l nv)lle to Savannah --W-
was probably considerable. l u MADR 10 (uii, K I EAVE PALATKA 11:00A. M.,sed 1:OOA. M. forGulfCoaei viaSantefol
NewawasrecevedMondayofanother ";.Nt AND itEPA lltl" II LEAVE PALATKA 11:05 A. M., forGulf Coas of Florida, via Ocala lg
attack on the American marines at NKATI.V I) 4N;. Leemburg.
lively re, which was mp y G MI TS HBEI'TRSTYLE Stcamhip Line Port Tampa to Key Wet, Han. Mobile and Jamaica; Ift
Myers, Manacee River and St. Petersburg.
swered and in short e all of A SPEIALTY: B. W. WRN. Pamngr Traffic Manager, Savaansh, Go.
As a result of tht eoond at tack F. M. JOLLY, Div. Pass. eAot, 188 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville, Fla.
tenantOolonel Heatington decided to lit'iro Huidlng, Lenan 8.. Pala k.
abandon the position fArt oed uied. -- ---- -.....
there being no signs of nuinfesoements A A5% n *" MAN 111
of troops, and accordingly camp was Dw E IW A M A I lM
broken sad tents wete piohed on the CTH jrjJ 3 F:
lide of a hill near the harbor, under the *
proteotiom of United States warnhips. .E-Or Ti .--
Army of lavasion Salsa. s.en o, mam
The nrt dlvhloma ot United Sttee ,u..a... ". .; ..... "6 iX ll,. T*1
ioor to baein the inv.ason of Ouba r.umj &..:Mi l" \.r .... ,n,,
sailed train ey West Montal;y. The 'T ,t ame Orct
expedition oompri ed 771 oftlers and s.in the.m. t. .,a,
14,M4 enlisted men, all uder the eom.n !, s ,-5d, ,t P mesk.villeS..s. mu.. Sur... 9 .* -'" n*"" l"ut1
ma.d of Major General Shafter. AX .RMtPV C.., S. le Cr ett fCtL,v at 7d80 sk... ,.. .. \ <.,,, .., ,, PateudSi
A large fores of transports eneyesd pwiea. Ihl ia- arft Lemottr t. .I ..l At...Ag, t{
the troops e (de the convoy of a sistag G PrrharfloeofLeaoo t, t.
sauadras of weashlU.aningsi Aresia


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N-ATIONAL CAPI L


What is Going on in Washing-
ton City.

A Brief Resume of Con-
gressional Doings.

WAsmINoTON, June 13, 1898.
The conundrum of the day is: where
Is Shafter's army ? That it was, for
some reason, detained at Tampa for
several days after it had embarked on
the transports is known, but that is
about all that is known, owiug to the
censorship of news. Only tbe very
gullible accept the story given wide
publicity, that the transports were held
at Tampa because of,the fear that they
mightbe captured by a mysterious Span-
ish fleet that had been reported as en-
gaged in doing the "I lying Dutchman"
act in the vicinity of flavana These
transports are known to have gone to
Key West, and ate supposed to be well
on their way to Santiago, but it is alto.
gether probable that lhe first positive
information ihe public gets about these
troops will tell of their capture of San-
tiago, where Admiral Sampson has so
well prepared the way for them. They
cannot get the honor of first raising our
flag on Cuban soil; that already belongs
to Sampson's marines, who are now in
possession ( o (Guantanamo Bay.
Hurry orders have been sent to CGens.
Coppimger and Lee, who ate to cotm.
mand the army sent, to capture Porto
Rico, to get heir men ready "or embar-
kation with as little delay as possible.
There have been numerous reports
recently, originating in Europe, that
Spain had anked Austria, or was about
to do so, to ask the United States to
state the terms for peace. These mu-
mors arc believed to ihve been started
for thi purpose of feeling public opinion
.n this country. Not only has the Aus.
trian minister not made any peace
overtures to this government, but he
evidently does not expect to have any
important business in Washington be-
fore flll, as he is going to the New
England coast, with his entire staff, to
remain all summer. According to lead.
ing European diplomats, no ijeace over.
tures will be made on behalf of Spain,
until this government intimates to the


diplomatic corps tha. such will be ac
ceptable, and that it would bhe willing ti
S discuss the terms upon which It would
S agree to peace. If that is really the
view of the I':uroilean nations, Spal
would better deal dlicct with this gov
ernment. We did not seek this war
but having got into it, and having (dond
nothing but wiu victories, it would bi
absurd to expect us to ask for peace
It is thei whipped power that must ask
for no ce, andI the longer Spain defer
Tihe amiiig the worse she will be licked
The fighting power of the United State
grows stronger each day, while that o
Spain grows weaker.
If there had been no bond clause ii
the war revenue bill, as reported fior
conference, it would have come ver
near receiving a unanimous vote In th
Senate, instead of going through by
vote of 43 to 22. The opposition to an
other clauses of the bill was nomina
although a number of them, including
the coinage of 81,500,000 of silver ever
month, some of the stamp taxes, an
the tax on tea, were not altogether sa
isfactory. President McKinley promp
ly signed the bill, and now the people
have the chance to buy at par one-hal
of the $400,000,000 In bonds authorxl.e
to.be issued by this new law. Iti
hoped that it may not become necessary
to issue the other 4200.000,000. Althi
these bonds will only pay three per cen
interest, the big financiers are so certal
that they will soon command a premium
(hat they would gladly take them al
atnall investors will haye the first op
portunity to buy. What they fail i
*LWe In thirty days will go to capitals
in big blocks. Senator Walcott is on
of those who believe the people wl
take them all. He said: "The peop
ot the country will take up these bom
jra mianlfestatllon of their patriots
and their pride in the country."
It Is now settled by agreement of th
House, after a large majority, including
members of all parties, had shown i
power, that the Hawaiian annexatic
. resolution shall be voted upon Wedne
nay afternoon. Its adoption is certain
(K Speaker Reed's friends are trying I
square him with the friends of annex
Ma by declaring that he has been mli


prst att WJ hat "ke en h ad 1y
r:a of allowilat h peoupal oposliUe"
to anexatto to canue him to try to
staud in the wy of a majority of the
House gettlir to a vote on the rsolu-.
lion. Sonme of the leading anexatlon.
labt aseen that the S*,aker has killed
his political future, bbt wise politicians
ame not yet investing any money in
mourntar for the alleged corpse.
The Postofice Department offiolally
denies the statement that'private mail
is .being opened by ita employees at
Key West, or Tampa, or aaywhese
else, and adds that private anil during
the war itas safe as In timeaor peace
Secretary Alger thus answers the
criticism of the War Depurtment: "I
do not believe that history records an
Instance where as much has een done
lu a military campaignof thlinsagaltude'
in the brief time that has elapsed since
hostilities began. I challenge the rec.
ords. There le an abundance of sup.
plies at the disposal of the government.
Everything needed for the army Is
either on the ground or in transit.
Within a week, or a fortnilght at most,
the required supplies and equipment
will be delivered to the troops. In two
weeks every man in the army will be
fully equipped for war."

Millous 0 re n Aw y,
It is certainly gratifying to the pub-
lio to know of one concern in the land
who are not afraid to be generous to
the needy ntud suffering. The pro-
prietors of Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds
thavs given away over ten million trial
bottles of this great medicine and have
the satisfaction of knowing it hbaabso-
lutely cured thousands of hopeless
eases. Asthma, Bronoliltis, Hoarseness
and all diseases of the throat. chestand
lungs are surely cured by it. Call on
Ackerman & Stewart, druggists, and
get a trsal bottle free, regular size WOo,
and $1.00. Every bottle gbtaanteed
or price refunded.
Why allow yourself to be slowly Lor-
tured at the stake, by disease? Chills
and Fever will undermine, and event-
ually break down the strongest constitu-
tion "FEBRI CURI (Sweet Chill Ton-
ic with Iron) is more effective than
Quinine, and being combined with
tron is excelleutTonic and Nerve Med-
icine. It is pleasant to take. and is
sold under positive guarantee to cure or
money refund I. Accept no substitute


- The "just as good" kind don't effect
o cure',
Keener vs. Time.
S having a stock of Watch anat Clock
Material on hand, ndilwishing to quil.
the repair business, I will do worse at
' the following low prices until stock is
used up: Watches and Clocks-main
spring, 75c; cleaned, 75c; and crystal
on watches, lt to 15 cents. Have had
eleven years experience in watch
S and lock making. Give me a call
. and be convinced
S PERRY KEENER.
)f "To tell
Sthe truth my
B .j l\ mother has
lived with
one foot in
the grave."
y t wiites Mrs.
e u~r gue Stant.
ga o zenbcrr, of No.
1604 Walker
yV ,, Ave., Houstoni,
l, Texn in a lt.
ter to Dr R. V.
g / Pierce. of Buf-
ly"With most
d l thankful heart I
t-dr *will tell you
about the won-
t-" derful cure effected in ber
le cue. Shehasbeena per
feet wreck for seven long
If years. No words can describe what she has
d suffered. She could not sleep ou account of
severe pains. She tried every doctor around
is here and spent hundreds of dollars without
ry benefit. After bearing of your wonderful
remedies I wrote to you. My mother has
o' taken six bottles of the 'Golden Medical
t. Discovery,' and six of the FPavorite Pre.
scription, and is now perfectly cured.
n Please receive the heartiest thanks and bles-
m sings from myfather and seven children for
saving the life of dear mother. May God
1, bless you and your Institution, is the wish
. of your friend,"
Tens of thousands of women have found
to complete and permanent relief from obsti.
ts nate and seemingly incurable disease by
using the wonderful remedies referred to
n10 above. The "Goldqn Medical Discovery '
ill po the peculiar property o( nourish.
lug and vitaliuing the blood with the life.
'I giving red corpuscles which build up
ds healthy flesh and muscular strength.
In the special weakneses sad diseases of
m the feminine organs, the "'Favorite Pre.-
scription" it a perfect and positive specific.
It is the onlysciantific medicine prepared for
UM that purpose by an educated physifcan and
ig specIalUst i that particular field of practice.
Por weak and nervous women these two
is medicines taken conjointly constitute the
1n most marvelously successful course of treat.
ment known to the medical profesion.
S Por nearly 3o years Dr. Pierce has been
n. chief constig physician to the Invalids'
Hotel and Sumcal Institute, Buffalo. N. Y.,
to at the head of a splendid staff of assocate
* epecialnits, graduates fram the leading med.
s- al universities of America ad aurope.


A a4 &a


HOLJ4ATML '
HoLuswru, June 1. I M
At a meeting o the school patroaasof
this place last week plans weie sub.
mitted for a school building. A lot has

will be begun at an early day.
Rev. Mr. Bell, of the lnterlachen cir.
cult preached here yesterday.
The ran has fallen recently has im. .
proved the crops treatly.
8. B. E'ep Is talking ot buildn o a
tramway to the southwest of thls place A
In order to furnish his mill with logs.
a short visit to her son, Henry, who Ia
working in the eyorse tank factory at -
Bridgeport, Fla.
A flue boy was born last week to Mr. Tr P T
and Mrs. J. D Osteen. AW e -3L.A d.J l
J. M. Smith has a force of men work.
Ing pear here getting out cabbage pal-. WHOLESALE...
metto log piles. Some have been cut
that measured fIfty-lvefeet long. Hay, Grain, Flour, M eal, Grits,

Pure blood and good digestion mean Orange Box and Building M material.
perfect health. P-lckly Ash Bitters
nurifles the blood and strengthens the
stomach. liver and bowels. Sold by Bradley Fertilizer C ,
Ackermad & Stewart. Willi Hams &Clark Fertilizer Co.,
Ray& Fickett Schooner Line,
PATTERSON. (Sailing from New York to Palatka Direct.)
-- PALATK FLORIDA.
This hitherto obscure miniature vil-
:age, situated in the north end of the
county, is just now coming to the front AT

terprise. The changed conditions pre. M r s I 01' ,
vailing is largely due to the aggressive
spirit of Mr. Callum, who has recently n S

and put in a turpentine plant. This ... t
enterprise has quickened all lines of
industry, and sent new pulse-throbs SUMMER DRESS GOODS
through the languid hopes of the peo-
ple. Mr. Callum Is from South Caroli. Finest assortment in Lawns, Percales, Calioes, Mnslna. Sheeting. Ticking, etc
na, and has been interested in the man- Silks and Satins for Waist, and Skirts. Linen and Woolen Underwear.
ufacture of naval supplies for about Parasols and Umbrellas from 50c to $2 50.
forty years, employing large numbers of
men, and in the meantime cultivating --
an extensive area of land, producing
supplies needed for his teams and men
employed in his business. The sub- M ILLIN E
stantial buildings he has erected at Pat-
terson, his large and well-tliled store, IN ALL ITS BRA N C H ES
show that his present enterprise is no
mushroom affair, but a permanent un-
dertaking. He ownsandcontrollsover Ladies and Childrens Shoes.
forty thousand acres of land here.
Cabins are being built all over the tract.
Thousands of trees are boxed and the
business is we;l under way. 111HE C. B. ROGERS CO.
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE GROCERY.
The Sure La riipe GrainCure Hay Fo Meal Grits Etc
lThere Is no use suffering from this
dreadful malady if you will only get I i, Hay, Flour, Meal, Grits, Etc.
the right remedy. You are having ole Aglrents forer OUR BUSINESS CONFINED TO
pain all through your body, your liver THE TRADE ONLY. ORDERS
is out of order, have no appetite, no Flifink CaniIg A, TFE TR ADE ONLYU ORDERS
life or ambition, have a bad col In FROM CONSUMERS NEITHER
fact are completely uned up. Electric Li Brrni Canne MIets. SOLICITED NOR DESIRED.

give you prompt and sure relief. They Quotations Made Promptly on Application.
set directly on your Liver. Stomach and Feb 11-Om
Kidneys, tone up the whole system JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
and make you fe6l like a new being.
They are guaranteed to cure or price
refunded.
For sale at the drug stare of Acker-
man & Stewart. Only 50 cents per
bottle.
The more careful a man is In buying,
the more skeptical be lt In selecting his
pants, the better we like it. He will
theu more fully appreciate the BUCK-
SKIN BREECHES. He'll see at a
glance how carefully they are made. R PTU RE who er often u.p maey uandIn sienc,
When he puts his hands in the pocket -- that we extend a eodial Invitaton to come anti
itu A IN :L be exanted free of oharge, WeeaW o are to
he'll fnd a printed guarantee which ui ( IUersal tompilaiQt. nit tru.sand allow .men to wear Itor on.
Seek. at the expiration of which time we will
says; "If not as represented your Tothoe who know notion of the aflictionrefund the o ifond nottisfatory.
money back. They couldn't be more- of herina(omse o le rupturet will e a Vh ING A TU
turpr Stle t that one-tento of the hu- To think about it Is easy. but itis only as"y
they'll never be leas." a m auyanre amited with tisl complaint. do dehoeh toroagsly undsrsnd ietsa.
This is true, an the frIs of treatment Tre everkindofberna and eachhasto
numerous and in most eu unsuccessful. be reduced and rtaned with a trss fitted so-
Skin Diseases Cured Theis aniathud oftretaining hra, however, wording ftots own pecularity. Durtnc ten
that is uanvernally accepted slng perfect, It yeare oZ practicaldielrisnae In fitting truss.'
For the cure of better, Itch, eczema, not tonyia the hernls, but Is te most b nofound a inioam that we eouda
erysipelas. and all Irratibillty of the co As and sNostLCAL appliance In t and f be ce but
skin, Dr. Edmondson's Esema Cure As O.well oN T U'SS. for Man owbl m1OHERTUit oul.
As Is wall known mest of am appanoefor Many of wthiob night be go" if they could
Is the standard. Address Dr. Frank this maml satisfactory to she wearer, e u a proves that
Edmondso", Atlanta, ia. Price 50, I eai rt ownthhe r sw a a dooifenst
per bottle. all-min apple are s.uftti llit s .or truse or tanbeSed se
-doli without ant', M thu snadaerla.n their OAaT0.r.-
-ivese-, because the ftms. they have laow B. o wait ofl ard Irubber trusse that cannot be
Safety for Woun. have gven thsem hapbn baSnd Ieouveur SaIed withouthating, ae tthey will not hold.
Tansy, Peanyroyal and Ootton Root *-WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF--0
Pills remove allU eppiressios sad Ir. H. R. and Elatic Trusses, Suspeasory Biadages, Pessarles
regtlarilee. *1 per box. er parUtlen- 4d al! kinds of Rubber Goods.
lars address Dr. Drank Edmondons4
lAddn r 'midmodm, Cresceht Drug Store,
Atlanta, a. nhll-m O r 69

JOHNSON'S ^ C. J. GARRETT, Proprietor.
CH I I A ,PALATK A, FLORIDA.


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ldsto beauty rather than
tofp aov'r. It laoks the delicate
9geptt~f t h Adlaniums, bat it has an
gr o- lI its own, and a well-grown
speimen will always attract *ttE&-
tion. It given a soil og leaf-mold and
sand, shady place to grow In mnd
plenty of water and considerable
room for It root, It will in a short
time beeqme a plant of noble propor-
tions. is not uncommon to see
plants having thirty, forty, or fifty
fronds from two to ,our feet long.
Then have a course of striking grace-
fuafne, Ind many mistake the plant
for sense variety of palm because of
the division of the. leaves, which
gr .ly resembles that of some of the
latter family. It is admirably adapted
to culture In baskets or hanging pots,
if oare la taken to give plenty of root-
room. It suffer from lack of water,
and .. Is very Important, therefore,
to see that Its wants in this respect
ere fully supplied. Shower Its foliage
freely as often as possible, and exam-
ine It frequently to see that scale has
not attacked it.-Ladles' Home Jour-
nal.


Too Oood a Houskeeper.
I was taught by my mother that to
be a good housekeeper was the great-
est accomplishment that a girl could
have. This we admit is an excellent
quality In any girl or woman, but it
seems it is not all the term should im-
ply. It should Include home making
as well. A number of young men
weie having n kind of experience
meeting, when the subject of their
boyhood homes was brought up, and I
since hearing the experience of one
of them, have concluded there is such
a thing as'a woman being too good a
housekeeper.
iHe said, "1 have no very loving re-
membrance of my boyhood home. My
mother was a scrupulously neat
housekeeper, and so much did she
abhor a speck of dirt, or a room In.'
disorder, that I sometimes wished
that 1 was a boy doll, that I might be
dressed up and sit in a chair against
the wall, then I should not displease
my -mother by coming on to the porch
with muddy shoes, and would be sat-
isfied to sit In a chair where It belong-
ed, without dragging it into the mid-
dle of the floor before I could sit
down.
*I have often heard it said that boys
Inherited the disposition of their
others, and girls their father, but
it surely was not the cause with me,
and I no doubt caused her many un-
necessary steps picking up and regu-
lating things that I ha1 l ini- 1iued. It'
I hurt myself at play, I was told to
go back and try it gain, maybe I
would do better next time, but never
one word of sympathy.
'"he was an excellent cook, and I
think she took pains to cook dishes
of which she knew we were particu-
larly fond. Our clothes were kept
spotless, and the numerous neat
patches on our trousers showed she
was ever watchful of our clothing,
but, 0 how we longed for some ap-
'proving or sympathetic word from
her.
"What she lacked in this respect,
was in a measure made up by my
auther. lie was always ready to listeij
to our talk, tell us stories, or have a
romp with the younger children. Tle
latter was very much disapproved I':'
my mother as it disarranged things,
and a room in disorder could not be
tolerated.
"Now that I have grown to manhood
I cannot look forward to my visits
home with anticipation of pleasure
as I would if I were not afraid of dis-
pleasing my mother by drawing my
chair toward the middle of the room
before sitting down, or laying my hat
on the table Instead of hanging It up,
as I should do."
Now It seems to me, If our being
good housekeepers will cause our lov-
ed ones to dread coming home for
fear of disarranging things, It Is time
we gave more attention to making
comfortable, happy homes, than to
such scrupulous neatness that we
make all around us uncomfortable..-
Exbhenge.


A cenaum was taken lately In Ale-
rig aad it was found that the young-
eat -Arab married man was twelve
years old and that there ware
many boys who were married at
13 and 14, while some at 15 yeas of
age had several wives. Then isa
youthful Algerian widower of 15, and
divorced husband of the same g1e.
Grlsr are till more precooloas, sad
are sometimes married wben only 11
yefi old, though S tIs the mor uMual
age. TeUe are 1B widoM 1,176 trees" of the some af.


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810 30 U O wn ekaer t........ I 4
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1 10 3 Davs&J RVah mtn. I 00



1 1016 4 Cs Geo ................. 1 4
1 10 M 1 Kellyn ...... ...........
1 10 M Webb & Nichol E....... 1 73
1 10 2 O W Briomwell ......... 2 87
1 10 M I DavPrescott ........... 1303
1 10 M J Hamberrellr .... ....... 117
1 10 6 4 0 J A hlylr ........ 143
1 10 s 1 M KOlPatCunnl y ...... ... ..... 4


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rav .n .rant ..... ............
Travn grant .......................
ravn gr% .. .. ... ........
Trmwer grant....................
Tra s grtnt.....................
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part lots S and 4 block | and lot 6
lock 6.................... ......
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rn of nwa ew of ne% and lots 4
45 blo.k ............ ...........

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n% of 13% of seadand ad tw% or aa-
aof .Ek... .. ................

part sw% of se4 book S p 1 M......
lot 7 block 1 lots 8 and T block I
Sotf 3 4 5 bWlok 1 arend lot 4 78
block 4 Roberta' add to noFrnoh ..
lots 1 and 8 block d Robet' add to
Francis 0 .... .. ... ...... .. .. .....
block 1 and 8% block o lranci. ....
block 6 and wl blaok 5 r ra.ll ....
blocks 7 8 and 18 Fr "sols... ... ......
rt blo 1 Iof ... ... ... ......
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part e% of sw book 11 p 244.......
p% of nw % book 8 p 61 ......
unsold part nw% of awk W-t la-
lataof .................
all block 1 and t We-t Pa. t .....
all block 2 W t O t ...... ..........
lot o 87 block 4 West Paath .....
w% lot 1 Mock 17 Weat .alat] ...
Slot 1 block 17 W ..t .......
part of % of % at bw of np book
w% of *Wt of se...4 w ..
Is of netw of nw%. f .. .......
part nw% of aw s of nw ... ...
sw4 of 04and "s\ ofnA.


nw4 of nw of nw%... ...... ... 13 10 33
part sw% of se4 book I8 p 4..... .. IS 10 3M
part w% of sw% book N p 4M ...... 1 10 36
n% of sw%4 of neo1. .. ........... 10 21
part sw4 of book p ........ 14 10 2
part w of ne book 1 p 370. 4 10 X6
wp of e% of ne of nw4 % and f
nw of nw4 and part sw4 of sw4
book 14 p 1 ... .................. 15 10 26
ne4 of w4 ls 10 acres ....... 1 10
lot 1 book 11 p 11 and tot bo )k WV
p 14 ... ... ... ... .. ... ........ 1I 10 S M
part me4 of n0% sw% of sw4 and
nw e of sw% and t% of ne4 of
sw4 ......... ................... .i 10
sw of-m4 of m ......... ......... 10 M
part o of nel of sw4 and a% of
se4 of nw4 part w4 of ne% and
part nw4 of .s% book 10 p .... 16 10 26
e less 24 acres to Roberts ....... 17 0 M
: of ne% of wi of mne... ........ 17 0 S
s of nw .. ... ... ... ............. 17 0 28
nw of nw ......... ... ........ ..... 19 0 26
sw of nw ... ..................... 0 0
% of sw oend s of sw4 ...... 2 0 2
part Bek h~ad .......... 1 0 3
part sel Beck on" d ........ 0
rt e Beck thomeatead .......... 0 0 2
Macres mIn sor of nw% oft .. 1 0 M
part se of s boeokX p b i .... 1 .0 6
part sw of n book p ..... 1 O H
l4 of se% of sw of ne' andsm of
awl of w4 of ne% bookP p 22 10 26
s o0ne o n ..... ... ........... 1 10
Pat 4W of sw X p ..... 10 M
s% of nswo ... .. ..... ......... .... 8 10 M
lot land part lot 1 in e% .... 10 M
pJart nw.I of of ne4 booM i p 64 t 10M
part nw of n ... ... 10
part e% of 4... .. ........... 10 M
pmtht.e of aeI4bomkl plI........... 13 26
los 4... ............... 13 20
of ne4 sw of ane o nw% ~ ~
.1of nw n 11t4 iw ut 4.... 1 Tt 10 3
pat s a a of t Jo1n river .. a 10 N
sn ee...2 10 0m
w .and.. ...... ...... o10
alt................... ............ 10
part lot I and river bookI 0

part Herndesrn ri t boR p I 10

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lo... ... ... ... ... ... ...
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Hrn John Thompson ... 45
104J T Basell .... ......10,
3 Wade Jones ............ 466
14 H Basell ........ 100
30 F Q Brown trustee ...... 108
5 8 A Richards ... ... ...... 71

B F Roberts Est ... ..... 288
Henry Peterman Est ... I0)
Unknown ... .......... ::
Florida Cammercial Co.. 1 67
F Q Brown trustee ...... 143
J J Pdgutt ........... 5
S E Patterson .......... 1 72
SM rs lEntuin .. 7
1% J Browning ............. 1
40F Q Brown trustee* ... 100
10 8 L Moore... ... .... 172
20 A H Hakell ... ........ 67
40 Unknown ........ ......10
I Donnti Cooer ... ... .... .T
4 J W Pucoell......... 11
2 8 8 Boles ..... ... ... ....
SR R Pdrklns ............ 87
20 F Q Brown trustees ...... U
David Rees ... ... ..... 4 U
27 F W Hutohins ... ... ... 7
65 J W McLaury ...... .... 3 46
W CC Ball... ... ... ... 7
J H Payne ... ... ... ... 68
B P Bowen ... ... ....... 7
W H Branch ... ... .... 68
Mil Bm Preston ..... .... 44
Unknown ... ... ... ..... 1 03
20 John Mungeon ... ... ... 173
6 C Rivers .. .... ... .... 100
N0 Palatka and and Grove
C o .. .. .. .. .. ......... 1194
10 John McOGill Est ..... ....8 43
I John Voes ............. 1 5
2S ER McKeen ............ 16
10 Peter Peterman Est .... 1 73
16 Hardy & Wyman ...... 315
S B Peterson ,.. ... ........ s

24 T C Merrill ... ... ... .. 2 48
30 Jack I tendon ........ 1 41
8 L C Stevens ... ... ...... 8 4

110 B F Roberts Est....... .7 1
10 L C Weathersbee ... ....

75 Carl Holtsgans .... 6 16
186 Leonor Calvin .. ...... 4
9 BL Stevens ...... ... ..
40 J Holmes........ ... t7
40 L 0 r t .. .........
40 8 J Wale ... ... .....
WB W BOcks .......... 172
W W Becks ... ......... 58
7 Carris E Ece ......... 8
M tR Becks ... ... ... .... 0
OCha* Leyvras... ... .... ..
10 L J Arnold ... .......... 171
10 R L Arnold ... ... ...... U5
7 J H lms ... ... ......... U
A D B WIllis ... ..... .... 2 0
W Mrs F M Fraslr ... .... 4M
10 L Arnltold ... ... ......
s Mom Mitchll ...... ...
40 7 Brown trustee ...... 100
SBies ...... ..... I
4 Agust Cmawford ...... 44
Ned Austln ...... ....... 44
1 C WUtesto ......... a
Very Est ... ......... a
317 I IBrown trustes ..... 4
SFQ brown trute ..... 21
SUnknown ...... .. ...
S0 W Bteo ... ... ........ 7 10
AI &torda C .D.rd: 10.. 10
Joeyn 4 Taylor .... 1
4 Comrmoal Co 71
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lot o book ......
Iract t.w 1tr tobr.iv.r ...........
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t 4 w ft Johns river.. .
part lot 1 book 6 p M1...........
lot 4 book V 4M... ...........
.ot 14 book 21p .. ... ... ..... ....
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undivided % int In Hat property
less acre ... ..... ...... ............


undivided % Int in 9 acres known as
F y piceo ... .. ... ... ..... .....
part Woodruff grat book 14 p 153..
part Woodruff g.nrt book 13 p 670....
part Entralgo grant book 27'p 416..
pert Wiggilns grant book P ........
part Wiggins grant book 14 p 147 ..
part Wiggins grant ................
part WIggins grant book L p 5 1 and
book M p 29 ...... ....... ........
part Wiggins gnrnt .............
part Wiggins grant book 16 p 47 and
book 18 p 693 ...... ......... .......
part Wiggins grant bal, Heiser Ent
part Wiggins grant h>ak l' luge 118
part Wiggins grant from Barrelle ..
nw4 of sw4 .....................
nw% of ne ................
swl4 of sw4 ...
10 acres of n% of w% of se ..........
se9 of ne% lees 2 acres e l-3 of w%
of sw% of s 0% .......... ..........
sw 4 of se4 .... ... ........... .......
s of nw of sw .... ............
neo of sw% .......... ..... ..........
sw of no% .......... ..............
nw o e% ...... .... ....... .........
lot ....... ..... .... .... .... ...
lot 11 ......... ... .. .... .... .... ....
swY of ae 4.....
nw4 of noe % of nw4 and w% of
MWI ....... ..... ..... .........
no of ne ..............
sw, ot f ne w of se e of nw
0 N, of 4 ....... .... ..............
se% of noK ne% of so4 and sw% of
nwV& ...... ..... .
nwk of nw..U se4 of nw4 nek4 of
awl nw 4of se% ..... ..............
ne of sw and % of se ..........
s. of ne s of nw% and nw of
n re of sw4 of sw I. ... .. ..-
nw of no% and ne% of nw ........
lot 10 .... .. ...... ... .. .. .......
lot 7 20 ...... .... ... .. ... ...
lots 15 16 24 and X ....... ......
lots 2 and 3 ....... ..... .............
lots 4 8 9 10 U11 12 and 14 to 31 Inclusive
%4 of lot 6 and 6 .................. ..
lot 24 .......... ............ .. .........
lot 25 ....... ...... ....... .. ........
e% of ne sw%, of n 4 ne% of sw%
nw 4 of nw% ....... ...... .......
n% of ne4 ...... ..............
n of nw 4 ....... ..... ......... ....
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nw% of nw knAd sw of sw%4........
w of se 4of no% 1ass cre..s ........
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sw4 of nw% 4 4 of no% and 0% of
sw of n % .........................
no of -s and sw ........ ......
nw% of ne4 n% of nw4 ...... ......
nm of w ow of nw ...............
Mt of w -of nw ........... ........
ne4 of ne4 and nm of "s% of nw% ..
nw of se'of that part in Putnam
ourity .... ..... .... ........ ......
sw of n4 nae of nw~ end n% of
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no ..... .... ................
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lot .. ........
lots n d ...... ........ ............
lot 18 ....... ...... ............
lot 1 ..... .... ........ .......... ....
lots 7 and 8 and fractional lots 14 17
lot I ....... ... .............. ........
n% of nw% .......................
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n% of mne and a% of nw% ........
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S10 IT I J Murry ................. 171
1 02* I Unknown .............. 17
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10 7 Mom AJthioe .. ....... IS
10 I7 14 Jacob Ployd .. .. .... 4 M
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115 E P Hiser Est ..... 1478
10 B T Dliner .... ....... 100
40 J W Butbon ............. "
1 1!a9 asl eZ .........
17 Mrs JH strong ........ 10
8 C W Wheeler .. ........ 171
S Arthe MoCallum ...... 1 I
% Jordan Znimmermnan .... 1
F A Gimmons trufe .. t 41
86 First Universalist -oal-
ty of Rooheter NY... 7 9
9 DW Thompson ... ...... 1 30
E K Jenkins ... .. ....... 1 00
T A Derby .... .... .. 7
6 BaBh P Darby E t ....... 4
8 J B Dunn .... ...... ...... |
A D Huntley ........... 1 00
Mrs J Spink .. ........14 48
28 Almond Barrell ... ... 24
5 0 Austin .... .......... .. 16
6% Peter McMaters .. ...... 4
300 E P Helser Est .......... 46M
6 A A Plemming ........ 14
6 Norris Guernsey .... .... 1 71
40 F Q Brown Trustee ...... 100
40 Henning Land & Invt Co 1 00
40 Florida C & Pen Ry Co .. 1 00
10 8 D Holllster .... ........ 100
46 R WVanse .............. 01
40 Herming Lasd & Invt Co 1 uO
10 Unknown .... .... ........ 5.
40 HennIng Land. Invt Co 1 00
40 Unknown ................ 100
40 Florida C & PRy Co .... 1 00
40 Florida C & P Ry Co .... 100
40 Lafayette Ooodwn ...... 73
40 HaennI Land & Invt Co100
40 EdwdWright............ 10
00 Henning Lsnd & Int Co 414
40 Unknown ................ 10
00 J C Skinner .... .......... 4 N
130 Unknown ... ... ... ..... 2 71
160 8 W Moody .............. 45
120 Unknown .. ............ .. 4
240 Henning Land & Invt Co 4 4
40 Herming Land & Invt Co 1 00
SO F F Dowley ............. 17
40 J H Sampson ............ 148
134 He4ning a d & Invt o I 43
100 Unknown .... ............ 15
80 Jane Bryan .............17
M5 Henming Land & Invt Co 10 38
40W Moore ..............4 M
40 W L Davis ................ 100
40 J A Davis ...... .... ...... 100
10 M D Watson .............. 17
40 Unknown .... ........ 100
O8F E Russ ............ .... 31
80 Henning Land & Invt Co 1 71
1J0 Henning Land & Invt Co 3 41
40 Unknown ... ... ... ..... 100
40 Henning Land & Invt Co 1 0
80 Unknown ................ 1 73
17 OCMcOregor ............ 1 73
3 D R McOregor .......... .6
100 Mrs Julia Livingston .... 5 IT
W00 Henning Land & Invt Co 3 64
10 Henning Land & Invt Co 3 43
X0 A W Lawton ...... ...... 87
30 PC Woodruff .... ........ r
d0 8 W Moody .............. 148
40 Henning Land & lnvt Co 87
240 Henning Land & Invt Co 4 S
10 Edwd Henderson .. ...... I
40 P C Woodruff .......... 100
80 J F Dean ................. 241
120 Unknown ................ 41
80 Baxter 8humwell ...... 3 11
40 8 Hennng l ...... ...... 17
M Henning Land & Invt Co 173
40 Jessie Snipes ... ..... 1 41
40 eo Cochrane ...... ..... 1.,Ou
140 Henning Land & Invt Co 1 48
40 rPC Woodruff ...... ...... 100
0 HInalin Land & Invt Co 1 71
160 Unknown ................ 3 11
10 John Abrahams .. ........ f
O F A Hill. .............. 3
40 JJ trtckleand .. ......... 100
10 A J Matohett ......... M
160 L G Burrows ............ I 46
10 B F SUnbumn ............. M

I0 John Abrahms ........ 01
30 FM Matahett ............ 1 71.
4 C H Hemingway ......... 171
40 I M Hemingway ........ 14
$0 L A Hemmlngway ...... 1 71
i H R Roberta ............. 1
W C Snider. ......... .. 10
W Comb ... .... ........ I l
40 Ienulng LAM & tnvt Co 1 0
4 W D Combs ... ... ..... 00
S 8 W Moody .... ........ 1 T
IL U Morpa n .... ........ I
J W ha w tt ...... ........ I
40 Ac K Oroover ...... ..
40 Jacob Power .......... 10I
SUnknown ..............4
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n 4......... ............... 11 24
wS of sw Si. 1 1 214
nw4 of nw and ..e of .. 1 11 4
so% of new e% 4 of nw% w4 of nw

nd4 of wel .......... ............ 11 4
w4 of eat ean ne of ow .......... 4
n" o t n ...... ...... .............. 2 11 24
ned of ne4 ..... 4............. 1 24
St 0nof ow .............. 2 11 21 4
nwi4 of awt n of se. 23 11 24
nw of se................ ...1124
ne of se .....s ...... ............. 24 3 24
s w% of a se of sw .......... 4 11 24
part n% of n In Putnam County... 16 24
nw of nw4 In Putnam County ..... 2 24
e of ne n Putnam County ...... 24

w of nw and w n ............ ...... 2
ne4 and e of s ...... ........... 6 25
w .. .. .. ... ..... ... ... .. 6 25
se ..7 26
5 acres In ne2 of swA ............... 7 25
sel of sw14...... ......... ..... 1 25
w 4 of sw 4..... ..... ..... .... 2
n' t of sw 4 .. ..... ... ........ 17 1 25
eV4 of nw% and n% of ne%. ......... 1 25
el,o of se% ................... ... 1 25
new4 of ne%4 ..... ..9 .. .. 19 1 25
lots 1 2 nd n% of lot 3 ............. 8 1 25
s', of ,wA sw4% of se4 ................ 29 11 26
and nw% less Iots 15 1617 and 18
and f'.. of swA4 of n ..... ....... 30 11 25
n1. of se'i and ntl- of se4 of seS% ... 31 11 25
in, 12 .r ...... ...... ... .... ....... 32 11 21
nl nit n'. of sw4 and awl'/ of sw% 32 11 26
-, of n'i, of asw4 of swj ........... I 11 26
ei of tot -, and ne1 of l 7 an n .. 2 11 26
sel" of lot 1. 2 11 26
nie' of 0se4 of sw .... ............ 2 11 26
,op'i f sw4 of no % .. ........ .. 2 11 2
lot 3 anin n 16 acres of lot 4 book 13
p 211 .... ........ .. ............... 11 28
lots 1 3 4 les 10 acres and tot 2 book
B page 457 .. .. .. .. .. .... 4 11 26
part nw4 of e 4 ................... 11 11 26
Aeli, of eC% ..... ........ ......... 11 11 26
parrl nw' of S'4 ............... 11 1126
n- of no'/4 of ne4% of sw,% and s 3-10
if ti of Se .4 of nw 4 ...... ...... 13 11 26
s of n of ne% of .......... 13 11 26
a of e 1-3 of s of ne f swa ...... 13 11 26
n14 n of e 1-3 of sl of ne% of sw4...... 13 11 26
ne4 of n ... .... ... ... 14 11 26
fraction w of St Johns River ........ 17 11 26
Iot 4 and 5 in ne',. .................. 1 11 26
lot 1 ..... ... ... ... ... .......... 11 26
el., of sw4 of sw'4 of wl .. ..... 22 11 26
part lot 2 .... ........ ....... 22 11 26
elt of se%4 of nel4 of se.............. 22 11 26
w part lot 4 .... ...... .......... 23 11 26
w'54 loss 15 acros to Marsh & Hlar-
neott .......... .................... 23 11 21
ett of nw'4 of scl4 of swl4 ............ 3 11 26
lot 5 block 2 Sseo .... ...... ...24 11 26
wr4 of e': of ne 4 and e1.3 of wc4 of
ne .... .. ........... 25 11 26
ne% of sww4 sw of se% and e% of
Re% r of sw4 ....-..... .......... 25 11 26
sw% of w .. .. .. ... ......... 2 11 26
w;. of sw of sw% 4 of nw4 ..........2. 11 26
s 12-15 of e 5-20 of a'r of sw% of s nw% 2 11 26
In sw corner of sw nw4 ......'. .A 11 26
w'.; of swAs of nw ...;.... 2,; 11 26
s% of nlg of nwlS of nw' ......... 27 11 26
In `o i nirt of e'0 f s.e, of ne' .1 27 11 26
nl, lot 1 ........................ .32 11 26
s of lot 1 .. .. ... ... ........ ..... 34 11 26
nc'4 of ne%4 ,w'i of nw% of ne' and
nU, of selo of nw'i of ne'4 and el4
of swl4 of nc% nl4 of se'l of nel%
t-ss 2g 4 acr-es nw4 of sel of se'A
of ne ....... ....... .. ..... ....... 341 1 1 2
,se 4 of ...... ...... ..... .' 11 26
w 6-10 of nw%4 of nw14 of sw'4 .. .. 85 11 26
w' of nw .. .... ................ 36 11 26
w' of sw ofn of .w4 of se4 4 nw'S of
ne of ... W 11 26
fnwl4 of .. .. .. .. ...... 11 26
part J M tlerna.ndes grant w St
Johns ......... ... ...... ... .. 11 26
part J M Hernander grant w 8t
Johns ..... .... ... .. ......... 37 11 26
part J M Hernandes grant hook 2
ge 94 ............. ........... 9 11 26
part J M Hernandei grant Book R
page 203 ...... .... .............. I 11 26
part J M Hernandes grant....... .... 11 26
part J M Hernandqs irrnt ....... ?9 11 26
s 175 acres of Broward grant ........ 4 11 8
lot 1...... ...... .... ........ .... 1 27
lot ................ .......... .. 7 11
lot0 6 .............. ....... ....... 11 27
lot I ......... .... .............. 16 11 27
s% of lot I and 8 ....... .............. 27 11 27
n% of w, of nw s................. 27 11 27
part s aof nwow book 3 p .......... 11 27
nl of wlof na ................... 1 127
4% acre of lot and 1-3 acres of
WS of nw 4 .... .... ........ ........ so 11
s 2 acres of lot I .................... 29 1127
6 acres of n% of lot 1 and 2 5 acres of
s part of wl of nwl ................ 3 11 27
n 16 1-3 acres of lot 1 and 4 acres of
w% of nw%4 ....................... ... 2 11 27
part n of wl% book 0 p .......... 19 117
nw4 of nwl of se .... ............1 11 17
ea of swlA of nwl of s ... ..... 31 11 27
part sw4 of nelS book 14 pace 44 .... 111 1 7
w4 of wl of sw 4 of nwl .. ...... 32 I11 27
w of nw% of iw of w4 I .......... I 11 17
n% of w% of nw4 of Sw4 ............ 83 11 27
so and n of sa% of lot I .......... 34 11 27
lot I ..5....... ...... ................. 11 27
lota 1 11 s 3 40 41 4 71 and 74 Hilts
survey of Broward grant .... ..... 40 11 17
lot 81 Hllt survey Broward grant .. 40 11 17
that ?art lot 1 In Putnam couty.. 11 23
lots 6 7e and 10 .... .................. 8 122 2
nw% ... .... ...... .. .................. U 113
sl4 and *w4 of ne ... ............ 11 1 I
lots 4 and% fot .............. 1 12
n o w.............................1311is'"3; 1
lof nwt ........ ............ 1136
lot I private survey ... ... ... ...... 11
lot 13 private siurvey... ... ... ..... 4 12
lots6 3 prvaite survey ... ... ....... 12
lot 4 private survey ... ... ... .......- 12
lots 10 and 11 private survey ........ 11
lot 14 private survey ......... ...... X 1236
loats 40 and 64 private survey ........ M 12 3
lot 4 private survey ..... .......... 12 M
lot 42 private survey .............24 123S
lot 44 prtv&te *urvey ............... 24 11
lot 51 prIvate survey ...... ........ 11 6
lots 78 81 l private survey........ 112
lots 8 6 private survey ... ... ........ 1 S
lot 34 private survey .............. 113
lot1 it r14 survey .. .... ......... 11
lot 1 private survey ..........4... 11i
w 14 acresof w% Of n'iw ... ...... 1 1 u
a- f1-40o nw off nwSa... ... ....... 1 I
64 of nel of nw#Ale I acrm ....... l
.... ... .... ... ...... ............ 1 11 K
a -10 of ae% nel of nel ..... 2 13
nw of ne ot ne ...... ...... 2 123
I Sacre In fromH 2 o 2itss-a.... 21 2s
part sw% of isw of nw%4 ............ I Is1
w of sw oef l4 of nw1A and 0%
o( of sw% ornw56............ 21
slacr-of w acr-of W 4-of aw. 4 3 12 K
Iest aw f etn of.w.. .............. 11
part e w 56. .......... ........ 11
psrtn f w .... .. .........

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40 H W ]:::::h 8.
160 Unknown ................ 34
40 R Oau ................. 315
K WIIeaon Mater........... 172
So Henning land Invt Co 4141
120 Unknown .... .... ........ 41

40 B r BFanbumr ............ 100
10 A W Lwton ............ 8 15
40 B W Moody .............. 1 00
40 Q BrE P Moodr ........ 1 0
40 J Neher ........ ....... 1 0
120 JE Matchett .............. 1 4
40 Unknown .... .......... .. 1 00
40 R R Call ..... .......... 41
80 C M HowItt ..*.......... 1 71
40 Mrs h P Moody ........ 100
240 F Q Brown .............. 1 84
240 Florida Commerolel Co.. 14 4
320 Unknown ................ 4
1S0 J E Sherrouse ......... 2 67
5 Unknown ... .... ....... 44
40 Florida Cornmercial Co.. 87
40 F Q Brown Trustee ...... 7,
80 J E Gra.ham ............ 2 43
120 J E herrouse ............ 3
80 Florida Commercial Co.. 1 43
(0 A W Lawton ............ 87
193 Florida Commercial Co.. 3 15
120 Unknown ....... ....... 2 00
470W H Whetstone .......... 7 69
100 J W Pinner .. ........... 1 72
7% W A Wilson .... ........ 4 65
450 Florida Commercial Co.. 6 67
5 E and Hi A Brown .... ..100
80 B E Smith ............... 1 72
10 C 13 M oore ............... 1 43
10 T F Strobel ............1 00
10 8 H Fa"i .. .... ..... 172


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40
1-3
20

9

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146
5
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100
40
6
12
5
20
10
3
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Unknown ... ... 3 46
Wm Stokes & BSn ...... 3 45
C V Metcalf .......... 1 00
8 J Reynolds ............ 100
8 E Metcalf ............ 2 43


W 8 Loft ... .. ... .... 130
L C Thomas .... ..3...... 87
R H Crosby ........ ......
J E Boland ........ ... .. 58
James Bedle .......... 1 00
Unknown .. .. ........ 58
Otis Jones ....... ......... 1 00 !
Graham & Calhoun ...... 4 564
Sophia Meeks ...... ...... 2 43
Mrs J P Whitney ........ 1 00
Lula Dotson .... ......... 87
JP Lanb .... ........ .. 1 00
William Lee ........ 6 00
Jno Harnett .......... 1 00
L H Lovering ........1. 00
Mr M F McClure .... 4 14


E S Robinson .........
W C Barron .. .... ...
M M Harris ............
Joseph Wells ..... .....
Thompson & Dickerson..
Florida Finance Co......
E Gritlin .. ...........
II P B Thompson ... ...
Unknown. .... ..
Mrs Kate Pemberton ...


M5 Mrs E Oaston ... ...... 4 85
40 W C Barron ............ 200
6 Alex Fortin ...... ...... 58
80 W C Barron.......... 456
15 H A Curtis ............ 1 03
20 Florida Finance Co .... 58
20 A J Smith ... ... 88
74 J H Smith ... .. 1 73
23 G S & J T Thompson ...10 53
26 Ida B Harrs ........... 27
40 Harris & Henlon .. ..... 142
Fred P Allen ............ 72
7 Unknown ....... ......... 4
7 Unknown .............. 14
Unknown...............1 4
Unknown .... ...... .7
Unknwn .. .... ............ 17
S J C Ore ely ... ... ... 1,
as E 8 Rotbnson ............ 1 41
0 E F Curis ............. 100
7 J B Clow ............... 1 7
31 Clarence Avery ......... 1 72
10 D McClardy ......'..... 1 30
Mrs M L Slaughter ...... 348
31 Mrs 8 A Hickman ... ... 5 88


66 D M Stewart ... ... ....
14 H J & J Barlow ..........
10 H 8 Calderwood .........
5 H A Curtis .... ..........
6 Alice North .... ........
5 Baxter Marr ..............
5 Oeo Hlddqp ..............
15 L L Harmon ...... .....
138 E 8 Ioblnson ............
4.40 Mrs C E Shea ... ....
W? Pulaski Broward .. ....
0.88 Walter Cameron ...
42 Mrs M J.Hayman ....
18 Hennnlg Land & Invt Co
180 Davis & Orieveson ........
380 Unknown .... ... ........
10 Unknown .... .......
1l0 Plant Investment Co ...
80 Unknown .... ... ........
L W aton .... ..........
l Robt Drody .........
Aul Itein ........... ..
SAB word .. ............
S H FV Hawley .............
S ar Osbu rn.. ..........
Annie Gailigar ........
A B Hull ............
SReynolds ............
S H CopeRand ..........
E J M yWold .... ..........
_I Henrd ... ..........
Mary B I ..........



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lots $ 4 8 8 1 and na t o 11 sl rev



esa on eside of ne1 ..............
et of nw (. .... ....... ...............









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ea ofse% se% of 5.56...........i.. S
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aw of .nw% of ea lot I........... I 8 U
lot =I.7 I'rwy suabd i ato< o
lots 1i andI o at Jrivhtns striw o o a



%- of ofse lof w %.... I... 1 S M
onre o n id of na* ............ U N 10
n l o t s 13 (y % u d v s eo n nt w 3 H

nd ofof no %of .... ... ........... 13 N

ndo of ........ .... ............ 11 M 4
ot 1 ac rby sub neof n etw onf of
and ......................... n 13M 1
of ofw of........... ............... 132 M

% o sl n..... ....................... t 2 M 50
ot% ofn sw ne% of s ............ .... .. 12 8 10
nrt of nw% of noe% ...... .... ........ 12 M 1

n d S .i at .. s... .... ............... 2 12 54
nlot 17 Krbyofs wnub-divsof n .4 1
14and 87 ................ .............. 12 26 1
lot 18 KIrey oufdhelon netlond eB




and 37. .. ......... .... 12 26
ot 1of seiof nwe .. t.c2tion 1 2 10






2harens tn ea corineprt ofnwoft w 24 12 2 60
4 d of 7 ... .... ..... ... .......... 2 12 26 0
lot f e survey ...... ............ 2 2 12 26 0
lot 5 private survey ................. 22 12 26



ne% of se% 4 of nof nw' ...3.. 1o 2 10
n% of ne 1 of ne4.... ..........25 12 2 20



nw of se4 of nw,4 .......... ...... 23 12 26 10



n are s of sel4 of se ... ........... 23 12 26 10
sw of nes an sw ce of nw% of nw% 2s 4 12 26
and s of nw and n% of .e% of nw.. 2122 e 60
ne% of Win te s ..on .. ... ...... 24 12 2 40
n% of B of we. of b.. .. 2 12 26 10
n% of e% of nwn % of nwe4 ook 36 p
1n r f o 2 r 24 12 26 10







conmenci of n eg at of nen nd o t%
land% of nw24 of nw .... 1 .... 25 12 2 20





S chains s.28 chaof nwins w ... 5.94 chains. 2 12 2 20


chains s 5.77 chfns part tots 2 and
4 of rive r of nw...... ............. 2 1226 20
2 acresof swe corner of se ........nw 2 12 26 20
part en of sw% of new book Sip 321 3122 610
nw of s of nw....... ...... .... ........ 2 12 10
n of sw of nwLindl ................. 26 12 28 10

and se4n of se ess of a o res...... 23 12 28 I 5
% of acres of lot 2 e of n river ........ 29 12 26
ew 3.2 of chains of epart lot 3 f ............. 2 12 28 10
nehai of ne of nw and ner of nW w
Snesehains of .77 chains part lotf 3 and
and w'of w of nw n A .... .. 9 12 26 27
part e% o of nw of nw e% book p 331 12 2
nw4 of se'% of nw .......... .. 3 12 12 15
w% of sw% of nw.4 of s.......... .. 2 12 26 10
nw10 acres of nw% of nw ................ 38 12 36 10
w% o of e% of e w of nw ........ 12
%nd of sw4 of sw.4 ofs ....2 r .... .. 20 12 28 5
Vn/ of nwe of swn4 of sw4.... ....... 29 12 2 5
Isr of nw% of ew of sw4 ...... ..... 2 12 510
ne of ne of enw% and ............ 3of n 12
s 4 acres of ne %A of nw of ne 4 and
ne% of sw' of ne4 .... ne4.... 293 12 26 279
se% of nw% of nw%4 of ne w o...............1 1 f 10




e of se of nw .... .. ............. 21 12 M 120
w4 of e% of nel4. of 904 .. .. _.. 29 12 26 10



nwt DfAw of nw4 n. .. ... ..... ... 3 12 MX 10



w% of ne4 of se of nw .... .and n ... 30 1 of
swo ...........................2 1 12 6 160
n of nw of of........... a ..........0 12 26
ne1 of ne% ne of of nw and sw .... ...... of 2 28 5
sw of ne of .......................... 3 12 26
ne r gov of ernmeof nto ... ... ..... 30 12 26 1
a 4 acres of n ew of n4 .f ne.4 and
se.off nwa of nel Mse 5 ac res 1nd






S o nw of ne.... .. .............. 31 12 24 39
paeofrtH Dexter ra... ........... 12 26 70
part ofH of wxter r ................ 31 12 M 20
pat D of Acota grant .... ................. 1 U 26 40
r% t D Aest1 o grn.t book 13 p 4.. f 32 12 26 14
Sof ots 1 17 18.. .......... 48 12 26 0
lotf b ock ... ... .. ...... ....... 4 12 4 002
n of neM Mitcnll Tre gand st book J
In aw corner government lot 5 ...... 35 12 26 1




p2 of n.. ........................... 12 6 s1
pamrt H 8 wxe o a ....i ... :... IN 12 N 70




parlots 8 Dexter grnt 14 1 18 d block 20
part y grant .rant ............... 3 18 12 50
parts 1D A3 block 3 book 13 p 47.... 12 2 14
S ofts and block 17 18...... .......... 40 12 2 12
lot I ndblock 20... ............... 40 12 26 0
n of M Mts nd s oe f wcran book J
p 42. 40 U M 10



lot8 n ...8 o. '1 14 1 8, 12 17 2 s0
lotay gra.......... ......... .... 12 2 160
n% of ne .................. .... 4 1236 0
e 5% aof w4of sw of w .......... 12 27 6
sw4 of swA of Saw of sw %......... 12 I
BW<4 of BWr% or *wU t .ws **1*f 12 2 1511
part nw% of owM of *w4 of SW4,. U 28 6
n% of nw of aw .................. 1 17 2so
oe% ofse4 le 2 acre* and 'of
nw1 of seA ...... .......... ........ 12 27
part neA4 of nw4 book 14 p lIM...... 4 1 17 15
w of nw% tes 10 acres ..........4 1 27 70TO
w1 of n% of sw ....................4 12 27 10
*W4 of n'W 4 of w ... ... 4 11 7 10
e ofswandwofe%ofnw ....5 11 27 110
e% of se4 of e.......... ....... 5 117 2
n 3 acres of e 50 acres of nwi ..... 61'2 17
n corner of nw% .... .............. .i 12 27 10
wj of nw4 of na% and no% of s%
of ne14 and nei of se ........... 1217 90
ne of ne and se ofs14........ 11 2 so
l0are* In ne corner of n of o% .. 7 12 1 10
s14 of nt 1less 1 acre .............. 7 12 U 18
2 ar In w% of Isw% book U p I.. 7 12 17 I
n .. ..... .. .... .... .............. 7 11 27 180
n2 of nii le* acre .......... 8 12 1 7 7
part ei of nelt book Y p 7 .... 12 17 1
el4 of seM of nw4 of nw4 ........ 10 12 27 6
w', of el4 of sw% of aw% .......... 10 12 27 10
w% of ne% ........................ 11 12 27 80
e of ne 4 ....... .... .. ............ 11 1U 1 27 40
e 8-12 of n 12-20 of @t of lot 8.. ...... 12 137 8
lot 5 lee part tQ Hubbard and other n 12 27 12
nw of sel4 n 17 acres of w% of ne6
of se4 ad n 7d acres of -U of
ne of s14 less 10 acre to Roa
M Cha bint ian ................ ..1. 1221 3 6
e 9 acre* of e 1 acreW of nw4 of
ne .... .. .................... 1 12 27 914
&% o nel4 of nel% of se ............ 1 12 2 117
6 acres In sw corner of ne4 oftse.. 14 11 217
ne% of nel4 of sel4 ... .............. 14 12 27 10
nl of ne4 of s4 less I acrs .......... 14 12 27 3
nw% of n 14............ .......... 14 12 27 40
w 6% acres of W of of neo .. 14 11 27 1
e 2% acres of s14 of U4 of ne14...... 14 12 V78
ne 4 .... ........ .. ...... ...... ........ 15 27 I ,
of nw of nel4 of mw4 and pert
of ne4 ofysw4 book UIIp 118 ........ U 12 V 14
s% of nw4 of nw4 of nw4 and n%
of sw% of nw4 of nw%4......... 112 17 10
sw4 of sw4 ................. ......... 15 17 w40
na oneo% of ne1 of ne ............ 1 1
W-e a S et le< ........ .... 1 7
Sat *el ot fn le ofne ...... .... 1
,wU of t 4........................... 1127 40
s ft acre* of 55 ot onw4 ..........16 187 9
*w, of nel4f nwn .................. 171537 10
w t aere, oz n% o nw4 IWt .. 171227 2
n 0 acre nw4 of ne4 .............. 1 1 15
ses of nel4 of ei ll M4ra 5 ofB
of nwl of tne and a 1 ot
nwi4 at nw, of ne4. ... ....... I? 17


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Hy & K Polltook ....

W B Owen ............ t
C n Hbearg .... .......... 144
I W a tOwen-----------325
C F Ltberg ... ........1 to
4rW Dtekens.r .......... 1M
S Hantlngs.... ........ 16
W C RoM .... .... ...... IOU
ria laD[ Coasit Ry Co.. 1 0
L Williams ........... 1
D L Morgan ............ 44
S H A& 0 H Poullock .. ..
uChas RoTnkon ......... M
B be Lyttle .... .......... 1 0
John Stewart ...... ... .. 1 80
Henry Wiggtins ... ... ..1 0
William inches ... .... 1 80
Polly SteA1rt .......... 1 17
John Owen ............ 44
L H PoIllock .............. 44
Slla lStudwel .... ...... 31
B LaBreo ............. 1 00
Martin La ree ..... ...... 17
Mrs A E LaBree ... .. 87
J C ogg ...... ... .... 1 4
JS MK e .... .... 8
Florid. Finance Co ...... 1 00
M Archibald .... ..........
J C Greeley ... ......... 13D
Lucy J Tucke .. ........ 11
C M Bam.rnmist .... ... I O
John Wigate... ........ 100
J A Austin .. ......... 100
SE H tearn ........... 148
Mrs M A Scot ..........881
Mis E W Varnum .... 72
Alfred Rodd .... ....... 140
J C OGreeley ........... 1438


A W Ftrnumn ... ... ..... 262




C M anmmnt ... -- I R
Unknown .... .... ........ 1 71
H B Behila 1...........143

H L Thomas .. .... .... 87

8 H Hurtis .... .......... 87


W C0 Roy ..... .......... 7 7

A J Hannerson ... ....... 1 10
Unknown ................ 87
D G St ley .. ... ........ 1 72
W W Hathaway ... ....
T W D Wnahburn .... .. 87
G 0 Parker ............. 87
7 P Bmadstreet ........... 7
Johnson & Stephenson .. 2 4


G A Downing ... ......... 1 OD
J A Reynolds ........ .... 2 43
F A Williams .. ............ 87
Abbie A Hutchinson ... 1 72
Whitney & Knight ...... 2 15
Unknown .... .... .... ..... 1 7
Unknown .. ... .. ..... 4
E H S terns .... .......... 87
E H Sterns .. ...... .... 1 7
D W right .. .... ........ 17
Chas Nash.. .... ...... .. 115
Wright & Stearns ........ 1567
E H terna ... ... ...... 6 T
Unknown ......... ..... 87
Mira N Mitchell ... ...... 17
M E Parkinson ... .. .. 280
E Studwell ...... ....... 2 73
E Studwell ...... ....... 74
GOeo H Studwell ........ 87
0 H Studwell ... ...... 11
J H Knap ... ... ... .... I U
W L BrokO. ... ... ...... &Ill
Greeley & arnett ... .. 100
J K Robinson ........... 172
J Osborn ... ............ 100
J B Hanell ............ H
C T BEills... ............ 44
J F Wheell ........ .... 172
Oha Ittnan ... ........ g
O Barber .... .... ...... 41
Mrs A A torms.......... I 4
M Carter ... ... ....... l100
Coole Morrison Mtg Co 37
S8 obnon ............
C K Hutohins .... ........ 4M
Mrs R WWhIte .......4... 6
C C Cowperthwajt ..... 171
E a Robnason .... 627
C B smth ..........
J C Mummett ........1... 00
Horace Misell .. .. ....3 41
Bph Williams ... .......
CI Ro1r ... .. .... ...U6
C K h'utehba .... ...... I o0N
Mrs G Kierstadt ........ f
W G Smith .... .......... 100
J R Bcorrer .............. 100
N faube ... ... ... ..... 1 a
Unknown .... .......... 100
E Am .. ...... .......... 100
Fourth & Dingwell ... .. I 1


Mrs R A OGetler ... ..... 1
M C Mayor ... .......I..
A C Lovelae .... ........ 109
ump Solomon ....... 00
Mrs A W McKlkney .... n10
W R faunders ............ 73
W A RPwls ............1
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H C Ide ...... .... i
J F Wheeits ....... ..
IE Starr .... ..........
Mrs EBM Pierce .......... 117
J and H J Barlow 10


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J R yo :... 1 Arthur-Are you sure she loves
Lo w at 6rist '.;.::. : 0 you? Jack-Yes; when I told her I
had no money to marry on she asked
Clham Hohoookt ... ...... me If I couldn't borrow some.--1i-
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MdlW*H e unto'i be pursued for its
riddom 1e wll known, but oontln-
ned laquirlM a to the cause of deoay
of hfnetuem plum fruit show. the as-
eesity for repetitionn The oWle sne-
my of thp plum Is the lamse eureallo,
and its mvage tfor a while eased a
cessation of planutinrg thil fruit In
many *eetlou, but with a little at-
tention, n all fruits will require,
serious trouble cau be avoided and
perfect fruit had. Perbaps the oldest
plin for ridding the trees of the pest
Is to violently Jar the tree, with a
small, padded log, from time to 'time
after the leaves nave appeared, when
the lmIneet would flrnt appear. A
sheet arranged beneath the tree
catches the'insect. that fall by the
jarring, and they are thus collected
and destroyed. At this period, the
mature insect, in the form of a bee-
tle, Is at work feeding on the leaves.
If let alone, the real destruction is
begun as -the fruit Is set, when eggs
are deposited therein in great num-
bers-it is said at the rate of ten a
day by each female. Even 'in small,
lirivate orchards It is being fund ad-
vntageous to resort to the spraying
of all fruit trees, and by many it will
he found equally convenient to use
this method of destroying these in-
sects. A solution of the well-known
Ilordeaux mixture and diluted Paris
grven would be effective in this ease
and would at the same time act upon
any fungus that might be present.
Many of our private gardens lack the
plumi, one of the most delicious fam-
ily fruits, merely because of this lit-
'le difficulty, which is really not as

great as is usually considered. The
advent of the Japanese? varieties,
which have not thus far been found
out by the curcullo, has, to a degree,
lent encouragement to the planter;
but there are some of the old varie-
ties that could not be well replaced,
iand it will be found profitable to give
a little care to them rather than sac-
riflce their good qualities.-Meeban's
Monthly.


Sugar Beets.
It is passing strange that any one
should raise tihe question as to the ad-
visability of cultivating sugar beets In
I loriia, wlien other industries that
have been demonstrated to be profit-
aible go undeveloped industries that
tile anmi again lhtve been referred to
in the columns of Florida Facts and
tlher newnspper.s of the State.
W hethler sugar beets can be made a
soure of profit to Florida or not, is
int a qu e~sion for serious counsidern-
lion %liile tlhouaaids of acren of the
hest land in the" world for sugar cane
lie iuncultivted within the borders of
the S'ate, and the demand for Florida
.-ruIp and Florida sugar is unlimited.
This everlasting hankering for
-iolliething to expetrinment with, while
other well tried and protftable Indus-
tries ure negleeled is well calculated
to make one weary, and no other peo-
ple on the surface of the globe would
throw away the opportunities that-
surround Floridians at every turn, In
order to experiment with some new
thing.
The cultivation of sugar beets, In'
dia'rubber trees, cork wood, camphor
trees, castor oil bean, canaigre, ramie,
and other things that have from time
to time been brought forward for
special attention, would all be very
well if there were not other and more
profitable Industries right at our
hand awaiting further development.
WV4iat does Florida want more than
sugar cane, tobacco and sea island
cotton, to make her one of the most
prosperous states in the Union? These
three industries alone If properly de-
veloped will yield more gold than the
newly discovered mines of labor, and
less privation of all than Alaska and
with less expense and makes life
worth living. And then, what shall
we say as to oranges, lemons, pineap-
plea and other memI-tropical fruits;
the products of our vegetable ger-
dens, our turpentine forests, fisheries
and other Industries that are no long-
er experimental?
Is It not enough? Surely there never
was a people more highly favored or
a land where labor rightly directed
promises better returns; possibly
there never was a people so little dia-
poled to avail themselves of the full
measure of privileges offered by a
generous olil and climate.-Faot,.


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fflat ot' il, the litiomen 'of the
hoaM must be ooldremd before the
oolor of It awal& s Is decided upon.
If lagg1 tts, protlot it from |I*
ettrc t ya of the sa, then an of the
failitpable shades of tananAd yellow
may be used without fear of so glire,
but It there In no suob gnirteful h4e,
thuel darker on.or, suh a nireen and
p4le grey, avy blhe and white, or
orown ana tan, may be seleted.
Wreen Is especially grateful to the
eyes, but some of the new neapoliuan
stripes *re, perhaps, more showy.
Many housekeepers now prefer the
rolling blinds ra>,.e. than the old ex-
lension awning on iron bare, but
where an appearance of width is de-
sired the latter are decidedly prefera-
ble.


S'1o make a piesxa reilly livable
there should be some sort of floor
I covering, and for that purpose noth-
I lug is prettier than a rug of Japanese
I jute, whcic may repeat the coloring
t of thie awnings. One large rug is bel-
* tter Ihan several smi..er ones, as the
a latter are apt to curl up at the corn-
era, and so become unsightly in a
I short time.
I As 'to the furnishings, there should
I be a long rattan couch heaped with
denim cover cushions; a small wiok-
er table or two, and a variety of bent
wood or basket chairs, all 2f which
should be low and wide,and eminent-
ly comfortable. 'The newest willow
chairs are in tha colonial style, hav-
ing a high back, with extended aides,
to protect the occupant from a
draught, and wide arms, furnished
with pockets, which are convenient
receptacles for book or magazine o'
in bit of fancy work.
To add a touch of prettiness to the
whole, big palms in jardinileres should
be aet about and one or two cheap
umbrella jars in blue and white will
be fund useful as vases for the long
stemmed daisies and neld flowers,
with which the children are sure to
return home laden from dallyrambles.


Jortilier for Corn.
,Mr. A. C. Jackson, of Georgia, an
acknowledged authority, writing
about corn fertilizers, in the Southern
Cultivator, says:
The Alabama Experiment Station is
quoted as saying in effect, that cot-
tinseed meal used alone was the most
profitable fertilizing for corn In 1897,
while dried phosphate and kalatt fall.
ed to Increase the yield. This agrees
with what I have contended for years,
namely, that cotton seed meal should
be the chief constituent In a fertilizer
for corn when corn followed cotton,
as le usually the case. As putting back
the seed or Its equivalent in meal
would praqtlcally replace all the plant
food removed fromn the land by the
cotton, I could see no good reason for
rnplaqing only a portion of the seed
and adding several hundred pounds
of acid .phosphate. This theoretical
reasoning seems amply borne out by
the experience of thousands of farm-
em who have made good crops of corn
by using oottoqseed alone as a fertl-
liser. I, myself, hkve made excellent
crops by using cottonseed meal alone,
sown broadcast. The Oeorg a Station
used on corn a fertilizer containing
about equal quantities by weight of
acid phosphate and coattoaeed meal,
and applied the whole in the tee4 fur-
row. As the results were not favone-
ble, the director concluded that com-
meroile feetilitqrs do not pay on corn.
Both his formula and hia method of
application were unelentflo. A prior
reasoning and extended experience
convince me that If he had used cot-
tonaeed meal alone, applied broadoeat
and well plowed in, he would bhv'1
found a profit from ets us, A modler-
ate application of aeld phosphnte In
application of acld phosphate in addi-
tion to the meal would probably have
helped, and would have coit hat little.
I have often wondered why writers
recommended so much Tmore phos-
phore Aeld than plants u,;n possibly
use, while advising the use of only a
modicum of nitrogen, as If cotton and
corn, like peas, could gu t thit latter
element ftmn the air.


Ma1 a rule for feeding the baby
"ad dq not vary from it Without
leiarity the mother becomes a


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-1 7 .E Goet ... .......... 44
1 40 Unknown ....... ..... 171
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11 17 10 Sump Solomon ... ... ... 100
12 7 0 Unknown ..............
1 7 Lur Blth .. ... 100
12 27 80 Joe Braddock .......... 697
12 27 6 Fred Nolan ............. 73
11 27 30 F T Rutherford .. .. 10
12 27 10 Lee NttIng ........... 146
12 27 Adam Pruden ........ 143
11 27 1% L Thomas ... ... ... .... 1-2
12 27 6 Jesse Ross ... ... ........ 2
12 27 21% C Johnson .. ........... 171
12 27 20 Lovelace Brom ... ... ... 1 48
12 27 10 B A Lowry .. ........... 100
12 27 90 Mrs Mary Robinson .. .. 4 M8
12 27 165 Unknown ........ ... 8 46
13 27 33% Mrs M J Robinson ...... 1 I0
12 V7 80 Unknown ....... ...... 71
12 27 14 C F Horton ............. 172

12 v 9 C Patoh ... .. .. ..... 1JIO
1 27 1 J R Tyson ............
1 7 5 J Sulsbury Br .. .... 1
12 7 10 J Sautlbury Jr.......... 1 7
1 27 10 D M Kirby .... ...... 4
12 27 16 Mary J Smith .. ........ 1 43
12 1 40 J M Jennlng .. .......0. 07
11 27 11 J D Bartlne ... ... ...... 1 02

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12 37 5 Unknown ... .......... U
11 27 t0 Davil Washinton ... 100
i 27 O H C B Finley ... ..... 109
112 1 Ms J L Burton ...... 241
12 7 7 L Jo nson ............ 1
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n% lot 11 block 71 Palatka ........
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w 1-3 of lot 7 block 73 Palatka......
nw corner block 74 PalAtk..........
central lot w sade block 77 Palatka ..
lot 20 block 0 Palatka ..........
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all block 87 Palatka ..................
n 1-3 of block 04 Palatka .............
all block 97 Palatka .... ..............
all block 104 Palatka .............
all block 106 Pal.tka.............
all blocks 115 1l and 117 Palatka ....
all blocks IX and 1W Palatk........
lot U block 1M6 Palatke ..............
nw corner block 1 Pala&ka .... ....
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lots 1 and I block I PAtlat ........
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lots 5 and 6 block 164 Palatki ........
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lot 6 block 170 Palaaa ..............
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all block 177 Pa" l ..............
all block 17 Palatk ................
all blocks 179 180 and Ult lltk& ....
all blocks 182 184 1inM 11 13 and
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lot I block 1 Pal a ..........
lot 6 block 198 Pa tka ...... ..........
lot 10 block 203 Palatks, ............
central lot n aside block M06 Palatk
n4 of block 247, Palttk4. .. ...........
lots 14 and 16 block 21 Palatka ......
lot 4 block IM Palatka ..............
lot 8 block 128 P latki ............
lots 9 nd 10 block Platk ........
all block Ml and W% block Pa&t-.
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H C Loom ...... 1


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JH Cole trust.........







J B Henfon U
WPm...v........... 4I







Br wn .....4
W FForward .............
Whnermynet..........3
G W NIolon ........... 8I

J HW lcklaon .......... 3
GJ H Col trustee ... ..... I
SUnknown............. .
J A Colyr .... .......
JMack Moore...........1 72
Alceash Baylor ........ 3
Unknown ...... ...












WilliamJ stve"nsn. ..1
RJ t Jones .. ...
SB Henlon ................ I
Unknown ......... .






Unk ..1
WoW n= orma ............ 31






OWla ony .... ........1I
Unknown......... ...... 31
M Ch iln Lrsl... ......
Alon or Colo......... I
WllltonR(rihn w. ..n 19
hTim M ddleon ............ 1
J Bt D Hunt ...... .. I
William tvin ........ ..15
RoTot Jon... ......... .
C Holton .... .......
WO llttl n .... ...... ij
Jl HK on .............. i
TUm34not. Moto.......... 1


URkaoh 1e.ee .... 4
Albet Ja ee ............. 14

Alo o Col ..............
Unknown ........ ....
J R Baldwin E.......... t
WJillam Wim..........
Unknown ... ........1.
S. Moore ...... .....I


Henry Joab ...... ......
Rahel Queen.......... i
UnA Cow ........ ........ 1
OWBroBwnl. .........30
MrUrown ...............i
UT H poisoa ..........
J W Ve la ............ l3
Jo WBromwU .......... IM
WRllhe Bud worth .... 1 4
OW .wl' ...............U3
P T A Pf ..n B.t....... 14
Abbl0 a pk........... IM

W Cooren .......... 1

HerWy Jn ..o.......... 18


13 F T Rutherford ........ 3 03
10 T MoLne ...... ..... I to
8 Jake Lovell ............ 1 71
I M Slater ........ .. ... 10 (
3 Tbom Ovarstreet ..... 84
J F Rush ...... ... ..... 1 0
110 J F Rush ..... ......... 172
5 Mm R A Oautier ..... 921
10 Mr Gau.er .... ... 8
10 E B Giutler ... ... ... 3 15
30 H A Cottell .......... 1 00
20 M A Turner ........... 171
12 J M Sesley ....... .. 4 14

10 O. h ... ... ... ... .... I 3 1
5 z E ... ... .. ...... 59
40 CJ M e ... ... ..... 100
% Rebeco Busby .. ...... .
S 7P Ames ... ... ... ..... 173

Joe H Green ...........
Chaspour .......
1 Un kn ...... ..... 11
7 W Pieroe ............ 117
f Ptaro* ............ 1I
Is Beom ... ... ..... U7
7 Mrs L K Plerce ...... 117
M CE S evtte .. .... .....2. 78
0 G W B Dakin ast ...... 13 6

36 McKa Drop ... ...I. aU
S 0 Park r ... ... ....... 7
S A Whitner ... ... .... 273


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it leIws lot to Io block 4d Ores-
t blok ...... ... ... ..........

all blwo k tf Of i om ve it ... ......
*% of block .4 .. t.. .. .....
all of lot 4 Creent City .....
all block 45 Qra Otcity........


0 ofblock ( 10 C ty.
fractIonal e lot ook U ont
.eCty i i ....*
all Grov lot Cresont .....
Sof n% rove lot 11i Cr.nt
mit y ......... ... ... ...... .
past k '; lOt 8i" Cr.,
% Orove lot 11% r t ...

Ir.a.. Ct ..... ... ... ........
al or. lot o1w 6 -a Cty......
all Grove lot 11 Crescent City......
all Orove lot 1 Creent City .....
all Grove lot 1 8Crescent City ...
alt Grove lot I ICrescent City ......
% rov tot 141 Cr;es t City......
lot 1 block B (book p I) Cresoent
City Hill............... ... .......
part block X Crseant Citv Hill ....
prt block X (W. ft in sw cor)
block 3 Maon ........... ........
locks 11 1 14 15 Mason ... ... .....
cks0 2 and 21 and ISb te lot 8I M-

blocks 41 41 44 45 ason .....
lot 8 block B uon ... ... ... .....
;ot 9 block B Mason...............
n% of lot 3 block 1 Welak .. ........
lot 1 look 8 Welaks...... ...
Sof lot 4 block 8 Welak.....
block M0 Welaka ...... .....
lots 4 and 5 block 24 Wetaka ......
lots 2 and 7 block 14 Welaka .........
Sblock 40 Wela .. ...........
llss lota 1 3 7 8 block 41 W' ika
lot 4 block 41 Welak,...............
e% block 4 Welaka ...... ......
lot 8 block 44 Welaka .........
altl blocks 46 and 47 and block 4 less
lot 1 and 2 end e% of n and 4 We-
l&ka ..... ... ........ ...........
all les lots 10 and 11 block 4 We-
laka ...... ................
lot 3 and 4 block 04 Welk .. ...
all block 60 Welak ............
all block 54 Wela..... .........
lots 1 2 4 block Welaka .........
e block 7 Welaka ... ... ..........
w% block 57 Welaka .............
lots 2 3 4 block 58 Welaka ..........
lot 1 block 61 Welka ..........
lots 3 3 4 6 block Weta .........
part e% of se% and part w%of
seK and a 15 acres of w% of sw%
of se .. .. .. ........... 4
part ne% of seo or lot 9 private
survey ..... ...... ...... ......
pert wI% of )e% book 13 p 364...... 34
n X acres of nw11 of ... ....... 34
0 2-6,of w 1 acres of n% of sw%.. 34
partseoftne% of"seAof w...... 4
part % of *e of no... ... ......
a* 9 acres of n 18 acres of e% of
nw% of noe ... ... ... ............
nwH of sw% of ne... ... .......... 3
w oft lie%4 of nw c... ............
part w% oflot 4...................
% of wi4 of w% of loth ............
nw4 aof W of lot 6...... ... ......a
e 6 acre of w I acre of n% of lot 6 3
nw cor lot 1 and no cor of Crosby
grant...... i ........... ...... 3..
lot 3 block U batsuma ........
lot 1 block 11 Iatum .... ..........
e 6 acres In lot 11 block 11 B&tsumx
lot 8 block 2 2 atsum a......... ...
n% of lot 3 block oSatiinam ... ...
w, of lot 4 block 3 Stuma ... ..
lota 9 and 10 block 1 utsauma ... ..
lots 1 to 8 Inclusive Mock 51 2at-
sum a. ... ... ... ... ... .. ...........
plat 2 Saratoga .. ..... ... ........ 3
plat 3 Saratoga ... ..... ... .... ...... 3
plat 7 Saratoga ... ... ... ... ........
plat 14 Saratoga ... .. .. ..........
plat 18 Saratoga ... .. ... ...........
lt 19 Inplat plat book p ...........
lat 24 Sar tog ... ... ... ........... 3
wa of *a% of lot 1 block 1 Inter-
lachen..... ...... .............
lots 4 anid 5 block 1 Intrlachen.....
e part lot 2 and lots 1 4 6 6 7 8 9
block 2 Intertacen...... ... .....
lots 22 to 27 Inclusive block 2 Inter-
lachen ... ...... ... ...............
lots 11 and 12 block 1 Interlachen..
lots 1 and 4 block 7 Interlchen....
lot 1 and frmcti tot on Tremont
street block 11 Intasachen ......
lots 1 to 10 Inclusive block 12 Inter-
lachen ... ...... ... .. ...........
w% block 13 Interlachen ...........
lot 223 and 230 block 16 Interlachen
lots 211 232 23 34 block 16 Interlaohen
lots 23 24 2 and 2 block 30 Inter-
lachen ......... ... ... ...........
lot 196 block 22 Intelben .........
lots 12 to 19 and 22 and 28 block B
TYoungs add to Interlachen ........
lots 16 and 17 block C Youngs add
to Interlac hen ...... ............
lots 18 and 19 block C Young. add
to Interlachen ... ... ... .........
lots 1 and 2 block D Youngs add to
Interlachen ......................
wo of lot I and lots 4 7 1 1 18
t 22 23 and 36 block D Youngs add
to Interlachen .. ... ... .........
all block E Youngs add to Inter-
lachen ... ... ... ... ... .....
blocks H I J I< and G loes cemetery
Young. add to Interlachen........
all block N Youngs add to Intor-
lIchen ....................
lot, 8 to 15 inclusive block 0 all
block P and lots 1 2 6 17 18 11 and
22 blockQ Youngs add to Inter-
lachen... ... ... ... .. .... ........
all block 14 Keuka ... ... ... ........
lots 4and 6 blocks B and C Keuka
ot 1 block Kul ... ... ..........
warobouse lot 6Oixs ft s of depot
block E Keuka ......... ... ......
lot 1 block 0 Koukal...............
lot 1U block E Keuka ...... ... ......
lot I block G Keuka ...... ... .....
lot 4 block Keuka .. ...........
lot 4 block H Keuka. ..........
lots l and 2 block L iKeu l*. '...
lots 1 2 3 and 4 block 3 Boetwlok...
all block 4 and lots 1 2 4 block 6
Bostwlck ...... ... ...............
lots 1 2 3 4 7 and 8 block 14 Bost-
wick .. .1..... ... ... ... ... ......
lots 5 7 8 block 3 Bostwlck..........
ea4 block 34 Bostwlck ...... ... .....
lot 7 block 3 Bostwick ... ... ......
lots S and 7 block 17 and all blocks
8 30 40 and 41 Boetwlck ... ... .....
lots 1 and 4block 41 Boetwiok ........
lot 19 book 3 p 44 block 1 Bridge-
port .... ......... ...... .........
lot X block S Briddgert ..........
lota 14 and 1 block i Brigport....
lots I and 1 block 21 Bridgeport....
lot 2 book 3N p 4* block 4 Bridge-
lot I block 48 Bridgeport ........
lots 1U 14 15 16 (book 23 p 748) block
47 Bridgeport ....................
lot 17 18 1 10 book 1 p 7M block 47
Bridgeport .................
lot 3 block 4a Bridgeport ...... ...
lots 1 1 6 (book If p 146) block (0
Bridgeport ..........a ..........
e lot 4 bookS p 46 block U
Brdigport .....................


OWm


S M .. .......

DB Preton ........ 4.

C H Preston ... ... ...... 61.
Alen Brantley ... ... ... 111
TMUs Melod ... ... ..... 301
. mnk F"ranklin ......... 17
Wash Berry ........I.. 17
James Willianm ... ... 143
Jake Amos ... .. .. ..... 14

LQBowntruste......117
Peter eon ..........1 4
W l... .. .. ........ 3 i
Jake Amno ... ... ...... 14
Mrs H L Bnham .. .. .. I
NellUe N Bediham ....... 31
L P Rossiter ... ... ....... 14
aura Missouri .......... 10
Unknown ... ... ... ..... 1
Unknown .............. 1 0


Unknown ............. 13. 0
Unknown .............. 8814
Mrs W C Braddock .. 1 00
Mrs L Webber .......... 68
Mrs L Webber ... ...... 7
O F Brddock ...... 41
R J Br d ... ........ 100
R J Brod ... ... ........ 14I
W G Broad ... ....... .. 141
R J Broad ... ... ... ..... 1 4
R J Broad ... ........... 43
M J Morris ... ... ....... 173
R J Broad ............. 1 00
R J Broad ............. 87
Goo T Russel ........... 243
R J Broad .............. 115
John Kennedy ... ... .... 1 72

R J Broad ... ... ........ 4 03
R J Broad ... ... ........ 146
C W Harvey .............. 143
A C Whitman ........... 72
George Douglas .. ..... 00
George Douglass .. 114
J W Huggins ... ... .... 115
Mrs Julia Cebbttsa ... .. 15
R JBroad........ .... 1 15
George Douglass ... .. 243
L F W illis ... ... ... ... 3 15


11 26 45 EH Ryan ... .. ......... 10 12
11 26 9 Alex Fortit ... ...... 117
11 26 10 J C Cebbitts ............ 43
11 26 26 Alex Hooven .......... 43
11 2 10 0 R Smith ...... ....... 115
11 23 1 J M Young .. .... ....... 6
12 26 8 8 H Gresham ... ... ..... 87
12 26 9% Wells & McCauley .. .... 117
12 28 10 L Stern trustee ...... 100
1226 10 J C Greeley ............. 1 72
12 26 l Frank Gajten .......... 44
12 26 3 E F WUllamn .......... 44
12 26 10 J R Kennedy.. ...... .. 172
12 26 J D Coe ... ... ... ..... 7
12 2 19 C W Harvr ey... ... .... 769
H J Barlow ......... 1 41
J H Morgan Jr ......... 1 43
A J Morgan ... ... ...... 87
Unknown ....... .. .... I
5 H C Rowl I .. .......... if0
5 Mrs S 8 WMtor .... 100
10 J F Fargo ........ .. 100
8 Otis Jones ............ 9 u
11 26 12 Mrs M C Gay ....... 1 0
11 26 12 G A McDonad ......... 110
11 26 13 E T Stewart ........... 0
11 26 12 Unknown .......... ..... 100
11 26 10 E B Torrey ... ... ... ... 100
11 26 10 T J Murphy........... 00
11 26 25 Andrew W son ........ 17
F Haltord Est .... .... 117
G and C E Oalliard .... 15
E 8 Brown .. ... ...... ( 17
Peter Peterman Eat .... 4 38
Baxter Marr ........... 14
F Halford st ........ 7 31
Robt Long .............. 1478
E 8 Brown ... ... ...... 4 14
F HUlford Est ......... a15
Lott Allen ...... ... .....1 72
J R Minor ...... ....... 15
A L Rosm ......... ..... 10613
Lott Alien ... ..... ....
D Young Est ... ... ..... 46
D Young Est ... ... ..... 1 17
David & Robert Young.. 1 46
W 0 Smith .. .......... 2 73

D Young Est .......... 303
D Young Est ... ... ..... 2 71
D Young Est ... ... ..... 46
D Young t ........... 173


D Youn Est ... ... ..... 4 06
W H Ltln ... .. ....... U
W H LItlin ........... 87
C A Rodgers ........... 7
Peter Germond Mt ...... 31 0
Unknown ... ... ... ..... 87
SHReeves ...... ......
B F Benett ..... ...... 7
Jno Prescott ... ... .... IS
W H Laittin ............. U
A Collins ....... ...... 8
Parker & Oarroway .. .. 44
Parker & Oa.roway .... 58
Parker & Oarroway .. 44
0 M Manting ............ is
Wm Mclntyre .......... 4
Parker & Carroway .. .. 180
Geo W Brooks ........ 100
AB Wewb ... ... ... ..... 311
Isac Be4teon ...7....... 7
C H Pall] ... ... ... ... S
L W Lewaok ........... 1 2
H H BEdlford .......... IU
Mrs Dusle Panaer .. ....51
B1w CoUlok ........... 10
Jno Luxuore ... ... ... 73
p8K nye ... ... .... Ill
Ge Booth ...7 ........ 117


0 A Wlte .............. 7


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tlons Bd3 seort .. ... ... i, ..
tots 1 4 book r on ....

lot 1i look r .d.rtt... ... ....
lot 1s book 13 p 4n book Bride-
block Mi

l rt b *c 180 B **ui *t
avenue book I 451 Brid.epor ..
lot 14 book p I -3gost.n
ot book pBridgepo... ....
lot 118 Bri port ... ... ... ... ...
lots 172 and 173 book Q p Bridge-
port ... ook... .. ... .........
lot M3 book I p 13 Brdgepor .....


lof book BU B Bport.
lots 2 and s Brtreport .........




Growing Winter Cucumbers Under


i'or some years wilte' cul,'mUu.!rh
have oeei grown around New OUricans,
i.no uuly tor the ew Uriedina iiarkth s,
out also jor the cit mnuar'kc;i :1 i te
orli', wvriteis I'. iturL etle l11 buille-
ini .), o l the Luuasiana l.\pc'iitLleLi
htuuoni. s a rule these have oueu
gruow with probt, for uttentijsi(s the
item ul bottom heat diu uno plaj suuca
itu itnlportunt part, onmue VlitLerst be-
1tug very mild, alnd thus d iec .;a :a
great altviag in the cit st luel. .
number of gurldeners use .,lent" hot
beds only for these winter cucumber.,
and unless an extremely 'coitl spell
comes along the) are usfe with their
crop. 'liheforcing house proper is
the place, however, to grow cuctlal-
bers for in the house the temperature
iand mnoisture cmi be coutroiiedl an
insects bought to a better aud atage.
A small attempt was mude dunt ig' uie
lust vi water season in growing winter
cucumbers, and so lar as the experi-
nient went, it was attended with prof-
it. The house in which the cucumueor.
were grown is a very simple and com-
muu nlot house with tuovable aushit.i
ix60 feet. 'There are three beds iii
the house, one in tile center adid two
un the sides. The variety grown ont
tIo of hie beds was the New Orlean:4
Market, which is probably a lobig
grown sort, of the White bpinec i rie
ly. It rea.sts blight better thau any
variely grown in the South, and fur
this reason, as well as being of good
quality and prolitic, it is justly the
most popular variety grown. The oth-
er bed was suwn with White Spine.
Ilie seed was planted October 1 in a
continuous row in the center of the
beds, and thinned to eighteen inches
in the row. Ihe plants in the side
beds were trained to wires following


the slope of the roof, about six Inches
from the glass. One portion of the
center bed was trained on a shelf of
strung wires two feet above the bed
and the other portion was allowed to
run on the ground. All lateral branch-
em were kept pinched and the single
vines allowed to grow. A well in the
little room in the back end of the
house gave all the water needed,
which wasput on by hand, and a small
hot water heater in this room also
supplied the heat when needed. Only
'twice was the heater run for any
length of time, and then the rubbish
wood that had been accumulating
during the year was used as fuel; this
did not amount to over one and one-
half cords of good wood. This amount
of fuel was all that was necessary
during the season. The plants grew
wei,, and set a good crop of fruit.
Hand pollination was not necessary as
the bees were always on hand, and
many mornings were found bussing
around the door ready to fly In when
i chance was offered.
The melon worm was a little trou-
blesome, but a careful search with
thumb and finger, and an ippllcatlon
of Iaria green, was effectual in rid-
dling the house of the little posts. The
most trouble was experienced In deal-
ing with 'the cucumber aphis. The or-
dinary emulsions were not effectual,
but an inseoticide recently brought
o6t was seed with complete success.
This was Rose Leaf Inasectlcde, ob-
tained from the Louisville Spirit Cur-
ed Tobacco Co., Louisville, Ky.
The extract was used at the rate of
one part of extract to two of water,
in palls, In various parts of the house
and heated Irons were dropped lnto
the vessels. The fumes rapidly filled
the house and killed the lice. Thr'm


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A Willtams ........... 3I

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mmma DsWltt ... .. ..... 1a


kno.w ...... ... ..... 1

. nao w .tbm ... ..... l
G 4org mThorna ... ..... 1i
Joel Lewi ... ....... 117

Ion .. 414
lames Ipso ..........::: 4
N RBH3mer...........
T Blanchard ......... 100
H A J ith ............ 171
Jo ...... ...... 1
Mrs M MemkMr ... ... .. Igo


F. C. BLANCRARD,
Tax Collector of Putam County, Fla*.


applications will surely rid the house
of every insect. The house should be
closed tightly and left so for two or
three hours at least. It was our prac-
ti,:e to fumigate, the last thing at
night, and leave the house closed until
morning. The cucumber blight wab
destructive just as the last fruits were
maturing, but did little damage, on
account of the lateness of the attack,
It was observed that the plants imme-
diately under the movable saoies,,
which were left down one day during
a rain, were the ones first attackeni
with the blight, and it is believed that
should any good fungicide be useJ
thoroughly, and care taken not to
sprinkle the leaves much when water-
ing, this disease would not be trou-
blesome,
Itrlia was used in training the vines
to the wires and also to support the
fruits.
Two saipmenls were made to Chi-
cago. The first consisted of iv(, box-
Cs containing thirteen and one-half
dozens, and was sent to Theo. C. Ii.
%Wegeforth & Co., 133 8. Water street,
on November 30th. They were grad-
ed as follows:
Box No. 1, 2 dozen fancy.
htox No. 2, 2 dozen choice.
Blox No. 3, 2'/, dozen choice.
Box No. I, 2/, dozen choice.
Blox No. 5, :tV/, dozen undersized and
imperfect.
These were assorted carefully, roll-
ed in brown paper and packet i,.ieatlI
in boxes 22 inches by 14 inches by I
inches. A letter was also sent with
them asking for 'the criticism of :he
firm upon the packing, grading and
quality of fruit. This was no); ob
trained, but the following stitementl
gives the returns from this shipment:
proceedss from the five
boxes .... .... .... .. $7 65
Express .. ..'.... ...... $3 15
Commission .... .... .. 85 4 00
___- *-


Net proceeds .. ...... .. d O5
J'er dozen, 27 cents.
Cucumbers were selling in the Chi-
cago market on the day of sale, lorty
cents to one dollar per dozen. We de-
sired to obtain a record of the price
obtained as to our grading, but failed
to do so.
The second shipment wes made to
Smith, Cordes & Co., 139 8. Water
street, Chicago, on December .',
and contained the following:
Box Ao. 1, 2 dozen first choice.
Box No. 2, 2y1 dosea choice.
Box No. 3, 3 dozen undersized and
imperfect.
These were packed Just the same as
the first ahlpment and were accom-
panied by a similar letter. The fol-
lowlng is a statement of the returns
ind a copy of the answer to the let-
ter:
,Proceeda from three box-
es ...... .... ...... .. $8 00
Express .... .... .. ... $2 00
Conitnlesion ... .. ...... 88 s 88


Net proceeds .... ....
Per dozen, 68 cents.
Cuonmbers were selling in
cago market at this date fro
$1.25 per dozen.


5 13

the Chl-
im 50 to


Farmers and the War.
The Southern Cultivetor says that
inmuc more Ia needed to feed an army
on a war footing than would be re-
quired by an equal number of men at
their homes. These general remarks
are made to impress upon farmers the
pressing necessity of producing an
abundant supply of provisions and of
economizing such stores as they may


ly.
The soil must be kept well pulver-
ized, that the tender spikes which
turn down from the blossom may en-
ter the ground. Never divide your
crop with a harvest of weeds, but cul-
tivate with shallow tools until the
vines run well out, then pull the big
weeds that shoot up through until
harvest.
If a large acreage is to 'be harvested
get a pea plow without a mold board,
and with long cutter spiked to point,
and plow down each side of the rows,
cutting the top root, after which the
vines are lifted with a pitch fork and
raid in windows until wilted; then
are stocked around a stake like beans.
In a few weeks the pods are dry
enough to pick off Into ginny sacks
and place on the market. The vines
make the finest hay to be obtained
and equal clover If well and carefully
seved. The plant is related to the nt-
trogen gatherers and adds much fer-
tility to the soil if well cared for.-
American Agriculturist.


In Gambia a flrsh known technically
as the protopterus at the flrst promise
of the approaching dry season begns
to burrow In the mud at the bottom
of a stream and thereinafter spends
weeks and perhaps months quite
without water, until the rainy season
begin and once more' moistens and
floods Its sun-baked prison.


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now Mave Oa h1ad. Not only a JuRtl-
stable sabaess, bat patrlotlai
prompts to such procedure. A nation
af war needs an abundance of provi-
sions, not only to sustain Its army but
to teued the operaives Ina fonadries,
mills and woratbop whoer mualtlons
ana all. the appliances of war are
made. Aua the condition appeals most
strongly to toatdtern farmers because
so meay have eenI li the habit of get-
lt g Suppltes 'tre outside souroes.
IMiing oUm *upplies Is not only to
us commanded aM aound farm practice
under ordinary oircumsnanoes, but as
eminently souna--yes, imperative--'
under existing conoalions. It is not
too late yet to plant corn, sweet pota-
Aues, sor|nlm for syrup, peas, lant
crop irLia potktoe, pumpKlins, winter
sqtuaues and otaer crops suitable for
numan food.
jboverunment agents will purchase
supplies 01 all kinds at point' earest
tne camps, other Utings taing equal.
tiere is an opportunity for boutnarn
laimers to dispose of all surplus food
ol every kind, and the profits on food
,ire 41kely to ne much greater than
the profits on cotton. .Lt not willing
to plow up cotton and substitute oth-
er crps in its place, muelonu, pump-
.11Asl, peal and other crops may be
planted among the cotton, and more
lijma pa ty for tan injury done tlt cot-
Ion. it addition to an opening for
disposing ol vegetables, Ulits and
lotoi prod ucts ot the neld, theree will
ariMs an increased demand for cattle,
elltokeits, eggs, butter, etc. fliat for
cattle lias already developed, and
lanriters ihotlid give increased att en-
toin to their stock, bleeding them lib-
eraii) ant pushing those suitable for
twel to early maturity. This indus-
try is one wnicti will pay well outside
of war conditions, and will continue to
do so alter the war is over. Consid-
ering the cost and labor involved, per-
ohps nothing on a tarm pays better
ilian chickens and eggs. Although on
moit furns thie raising of chickens
and eggs for market is regarded as a
small affair, there is no good reason
nor insuperable dittlculty why it may
not be greatly extended and Made a
very profitable business. Now is an
excellent time to develop it.

Culture of Peanuts.
The peanut.should be planted after
all danger from frost Is past, in a well
enriched soil, plowed to a medium
depth, well harrowed and marked by
shallow furrows one way. If lime is
not present in the soil in considerable
quantity, apply it broadcast at the
rate of about 30 bushels to the acre
before plowing, as a first requisite to
I crop of nuts as well as vines. The'
plants are vigorous feedenr, and if the
land cannot be thoroughly topdressed
apply fertilizers of homemade com-
post or kainit, woods earth or any
rich humus in the rows at planting.
lRemove the kernel from the shell,
leaving the inner muni unbroken. Drop
two kernels to the hill, either in drills
or checks, according to variety and
the freedom of land from weeds. Have
the rows about three feet apart and
tlie plants from one foot to 20 Inches'
if bunch varieties are drilled in the
row. Level and ridge culture are
both practiced, with level culture pre-
ferred, unless on flat fields where
heavy rains might not drain off quick-


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I THE TIMES-HERALD. FRIDAY. JUNE 17


WONUBRS OF SCIENCE.


Lung TrbO t adi CouamUptloe


a klmat 9~ .s CMl aI U seltlt Ilia
a fe (Is o or sift ,
TA. postal, demonstrate his Ad.
everraof l alaed limlae .care
eor Oolaeinption (P monaryTetbeseu.
lol) d all brachiall, throat, lang
and oeut dissae' stubborn a .agh,
eatanbal affotlom, igWaeJ sleeli
and weakne, loe of fleh, "and, itl
eonditlou of wasting awa), will sIend
TH111B R11 RBBOTL I8 (all didffr.
eat) ofihis Now Discoveries to any
astloed reader of Tas TInms IltRA
wrltbqg for them. His "New Salentiflo
Treatment" has oured tbousaods per-
manently by Its timely ue, and he
considers it a simple professional duty
to saffering humanity to donate a trial
of his Infallible eare.
lolence dally develove new wond ra.
and this great chemist, petiently exp ri-
meuting for years, has produWed reoulit
as benefloial to humanity as can be
claimed by ano modern gniui. HNis
assertion that lung troubled and non-
snumption are curable in any climate iN
proven by "heartfelt letters of gratl-
tude," filed In his Amerlean and Euro.
1pean laboratories in thousands from
those oared in all parts of the world
M.dloal experts concede that iinoin-
chial, ebeet and lung trouhle- lead to
Consumption. which, uninterrupted,
means speedy and certain death.
Simply write to T. A. Slocum M. C.,
t8 Plte street. Now york. gIving inort-
ofle4 anl eIp.ea4 addrea, Qand the free
midletl t will be promptly ste-t. 8uf-
ferera s houl l ke itattait ,ilvantace
of bis (ene-rois propooltioti.
PIrase tell the Dootor th'" v-, siaw
his offer In TaB TIMns-HRitALD

LUGAL ADVkItTisItKMK NIS

ADMINISTRATOR'Pi 1O1 'F.
IX MONTHS AFTCR DATK.I WILL I iW.-
aB KNT my Anal counts and ouchers an
Adrmlistrator of the Kstate of Cliar'e ir'nling,
doseeM, to the County Julre of Putnaom *thin
ty, FIorlidantiask tobe dichargred trti tha
farther adminlstratlon of I d It n e ntt.
5.S. CRILl.
Adii nlstrator.
feb 10, '-umn. Con t tamemnto ainexit.

ADMINISTRATORS NOTIh'

SIX MONTHS APrTIRDATE I WIL.Lt' KGENT
tay final recount and v e'uthersi a litnl.-
tratrix of the state itf Wi. Speck. ilde'ea',l. t
the Conty Jundge of iutsnan cOlnty,. lorIil;
and Iask to belasoharil froin the firtli.r il-
minlnltration of asli omtate
MAI" JOSPH HIN. SPECK
a 8-e m Ailiiinlttatrrl.

i" HINDIPO
.4UT1 VITALITY



THESE or I
QRBAT
l3iCH nRMBDY produced the above rea n

oese ecaut byr ero .7 outh. I I
saity dCoasumpUoe eao. M na a
h nd Old Meu remove r VouthfaVIo
" aa VlIr l sr ts hrela to, to
qe ket. Prie Aa

ACKEBMAN & STEWART.

Dr. Miles'Herrt Cure
0-w11 a Preasie"t Atitffry.


EVENTS OF

PAST WEEK

News Items Qatheed Prom All
Parts of the Country.

T' "Tro S aouth.
0.vimU, s.f, Ae 1t.-Ire here

revered ty insanoe. *-
MomSouM v, Ala., Jne 11.- The
city esuadl i lutaitued a matis
saist MoBeary and alla ppi
omst om.
ATWaisA June 10.-The Fifth con.
gresional Demoorati convention a
sembled hbre and unanimously renomi.
Bated Colonel IU F. Livingston.
XNw OaLUAN, June 1.-The an.
aenosmoat Is made that W. H. Ma'
tees has been appointed assistant traic
manager of the Southern Paolo, with
headquarters in this city.
MowtoouTr, Ala., Jane o.-The Re-
publoan state convention decided not
to place a ticket in the field, leaving
members of that party free to act as
they see fit in the state election.
Mowroomsav, Ala., June 8.-A dill-
gept campaign has been set on foot in
Alabama looking to the promotion of
Diok Hobson to the position of captain
commanding the new battleship Ala-
bama.
MOUILE, June 10.-The Mobile board
of health has quarantined against the
entire gulf coast pending an investiga-
tion. There is no alarm felt here over
the yellow fever at McHenry. Mobile
is enjoying excellent health.
BIhMINOHAM, Ala, June 9.-Colonel
H. H. Sargent, who has come south to
organic a regiment composed chiefly
of immuges from Alabama and Mihlis-
idppi, left here today for Columbus,
Miss., where he will make his head.
quarters.
OPnLIKA, Ala, June 11.-By the over-
turning of a lamp at a party given at
the residence of Walter Cullars in this
city, Miss Sallie Mack Wimberly of
Demopolis, guest of honor, was burned
to death and several other persons sri.
ously injured.
WHARTON, Tex., June 11. Frank
Martin (white) was hanged yesterday
for his share in the murder of the
Crooker family. The rope cut deep into
Martin's neck, causing blood to spurt in
torrent from the ash. A large rowd
ituesed the execution.
FERNANDINA, Fla., June 6.-Foruan.
dina has been chosen for a basis of op.
oration for the departure of troops to
the West Indies. Four transports amr
expected to arrive within thr nqxt few
days, and00 ocan of coal have already
been ordered to this port. ..
BIRMINonGHAM, Ala., June 8.-Thebusi-
n portion of Ittabena, Miss., was de
stroyed by flce today, with the except.
tion of two stores. The loss is over
$150,000. The fre started in the store
df J. L Haley & Co. and spread rapidly.
The depot was badly damaged.
GLnVIuLLs, W. Va., June hk-The
jury last night returned a verdict of
not guilty in the indictment in which
Mrs. Atkinson, wife of the governor,
was a co.defendant. This ends the
long and noted case in which Mrs. At.
kinson was charged with forgery.
SaVANNAm, June II.-Traffo Man-
ager Hinton and General Pasenger
Agent Haile of the Central railway have
just completed a census of the fruit
trees along the Central's different lines,
preparatory to putting out advertising
matter in behalf of the fruit growers.
CHARiL rom, June 9.-A waterladen
barge and her crew of five imen, in tow
ot the steamer Leonidas, were lost last
Saturday night between Norfolk and
Oharleston. The Leonidas and her
barge were enroute from Norfolk to
Key Went to supply the army and the
navy.
BRUxswicx, Ga., June 10.--. V.
Nottinrhamn, a druggist heretofore liv.
ing in Savannah, was arrested, tried by
the mayor and fined $00 for reporting
what he claimed to .be a statement
made by another stranger that there
was a cane of yq)low fever in Bruns-
wick.
DVRHAM, N. 0., June B -President
Kilgo of Trinity college has just an.
bounced the gift of $100,000 to the oen
dowmaet fund of the college by Walk.
ington Duke. Mr. Duke has givn in
all W04,000 to Trinity college. There is
great rejoicing among the students and
heculty.
JAcxoWtUAt., a1., June 10.-A taot
pedo in the St. Johns river, at St Johns
Bluff, 16 miles below Jaseonville, ex.
ploded today, killing tre meti and
also badly wounding IteaAnat HMrt,
United states engineer eops, in charge
of the work of fortifyinag the river at
that point.
KExy WaS, Juae .-Persnistent ru.
mor.s, credited by sMeM naval offer, .. 1.
high rank, ,are in leolation here ,,.
effect that taree panish war-ltlpis .v
sureerded in forcing their wi. 1:111 ,..
L,.i r tt .T:'v.ina. C >t 10 t ,., says
tI a- tit r t..t .rav tth l 'ar s .
NoartOL, Junie Id.-The work of
eulpouina the weaiuls at the Forfolk


.1 $ ----'.- --'-"7 -----I--- --


The muecessful growers of



Oranges

have found out that only by

the liberal use of fertilizcrs con-

taining 1o% and over of actual


Potas.
ac-.

can they raise large crops of

well flavored. richiv colored

fruA.
We have iiim "',...' paml-
phlets on th ... !-, id
for them.
s. .,

The Vole of the Ofeges.
TYou have called to me, my brothers. from
your taroff eastern see
To join with you, my brothers, to set a prow
trate people free.
You have called to me, my brothers, to Join
to youn my might,
Tha *laughtearer ot our brethire with our at
mored band* to smite.
We have never met, my brothers, we mailed
knights of the sea.
But there are no strangers, brothers, neathh
the banner of the free,
And, though half a world', between us and ten
thoueend leagues divide,
Our soul are Intermingled and our hearts are
side by side.
Did you fail to call me. brothers. 'twere ae
fault without atone.
'Twas but just to moe, my brothers, yeau hold
not strike alone.
The brethren In the slaughter were no more
thine than mine.
And the blows that visit vengeance must be
mine as well as thine.
Through days of placid beauty and nights
when tiemlioptt tos
I follow down the billow my guide, the mouth
ern Troaw,
Past Ilan of quiet splendor where pleasant
WIltTs Ul VU,
Past landed wIhoe mountain ramparte fling
back the crashing wave.
But I m'e no land of splendor, and I sea no land
of wrath
I ee before me only the oemn's heaving path.
And I plunge along that pathway like a glint
to the fray.
Who bath no stomach in him for auglht that
might delay.
I am nearing you, my brother, for the west-
ern imas' afar,
And the ray that lights my couree now is the
gleaming northern star.
I pray you wait. my brothers, for the air with
war ta rite,
And in courtesy of knighthood I olanmtoahbare
the trite.


M 0. PHULP, the leading pension
attsumny of Belfast. N. T., wrIte t
"I wAs dacbats"d from the aomy on
scout of NI health, ad Sanused from
heart tWuble edwaea I frequently bad
fainatle ad smethersig speila My torrm
wa"et as a mae ofi I coatatly wore
anovereot, even in summer, for (ear of
takingeold. Ieouacattend to yb-
nee. My ret vas broken by severepulos
aboutthe hearn ad leate, c older. Three
years ago I conmenced uasla pr. Miles'
Heart Cure, notwithstand"eg I had used so
much patent mnedicle and taken drugs front
doctor for years without belag helped. Dr.
lMiles' Heart Cure restored me to health. It
Is truly a woderful medlcle aad it affords
me much pleaure to recommend tli rem,
Dr. Ulles' Batmedls
are sold by all drug .
glsts undar a *oitv---
imauaawe. n seebe tteitX
benesat mew. I eMm




....P4 9


All De:.trats art Invited to partiUes
pate In the ,section of delegates thers-
to, including ,those who have become
qualified to voe since the last eleetiolS
The chaliln aMid sieelray ofe
County convention held for the purple
of eIt-c tig delegates to the iata Oog.
venllti. re ar- iq"ested i to sed nion. W.
A, Bawls, chairman, Ta'lahaseW,
Fla., a wc.lten or prtutel eiwr of the
proceedirclni f itlCh countnlly envenbiutg
togp'er a tth tI lhst of the I n e as of
coui'v exerIilive Olrntiiilteealtpolnt ,
(ledtatiatlisi e t 1 itheei iha' bhitiman and
s* i', t. TPAWLh, (L u'rman.
J. C. OWNt's 11, .1 i-aetry.

N O CUH N- ONt PAY
That I the w" '''i tstsl I ll
isROVE's TAS1 KLKnr OCHIU
r'I: 1' for Mhil"I I nIo i#.t 1,. 11
'; ,' t :*"' lrd (i t h i in,, tiateleg
t, *m e,,'1 h -', 0. I in ,.lts I
1-r, It c i itrr ItOat I ltti,. oi
PW'o,.. ) jI allI


I News Ip ( Kal.
LoXDvo, June 13.-Special diapatels
from Berlin deny that Germany hai
any intention of calling a conference a
to the Philippines.
WAs uiaoox, Jane 18.-Word has
bean received at the navy department
fron ba h6 though uiofgical ms
that Admiral Onamars (dis fle0t h
beea found afu far ma.
DmTon, June 8.-Oharles G. Da is,
omptioller of the currency, ha aso
oepted an invitation toddoa the eon.
venton of the Aeooiation a C credit
Men n this city June S8.
WsmseroN, June 9.- The pesi.
dent today granted a pardon to Captain
John D. Hart, now serving a lentenoe
of two years for engaging in a flbus.
tering expedition to Cuba.
WARmIOTou, June 18.-The war de.
apartment announced today it had be.
gun active preparations for a second
army of invtuon. It is believed the
second army will go to Porto Rioo.
MONTRKAI, June 9.-Word has been
received here from Ottawa that a mes-
senger has left there with the notice of
expulsion from Canada to Lieutenant
Caranua and Senor Dubose, recently at.
tached to the Spanish legation at Wash.
ington.
WASHINoTON, June 11.-The president
has in contemplation, according to a
senator who was in consultation with
him today, the submission of a special
Message to the two houses of congress
calling for laintediate annexation of
Hawaii as a military necessity.
C.'HICAOo, June 13.-The war depart-
ment has made it contract with the Pull-
man Palace Car company for a modern
hospital train to remain in conmnisaion
during the war with Spain. The train
will consist of ten tourist F'eepera, a
dining car and a private car for the sur-
geons.
LONDON. June 13. Rear Admiral
Sampson's acquisition of a base for
coaling and supplies at Guantanamo Il
universally recognized as practically
sealing the fate of Santiago, although It
is believed that the Fpaiisha troops will
show a good fight before the city is
captured.
LoeDON, June 8.-A receiving order
in bankruptcy bha been issued against
Ernest Terab Hooley, for years promi-
nent as the biggest company promoter
in this country, prominently interested
in bicycle, land and other concerns, and
who was supposed to be a mnultimil.
lionaire.
TA( OMA, June .--It is reported here
that importers are making a quiet and
extraordina-y effort to hurry all the tea
possible into America before the pros.
pective war duty shall become effective
and that probably at least four of the
Northern Pacific Steamship company's
fleet of ten steamers would arrive here
this month, an exceptionally large
number.


In the winds that blow alluts me the voelee of
the dead
Are calling to me. brothers, to urge my top
mount speed.
In the foam that's upward fltng in whirlinF
wreaths of white
The wraiths et ulurdered brother* beckon on
ward to the fight.
I am coming to you, brothers, walt but a lit
tie w ,
And on thaunders of our greeting shall the
God of veng.anoe smlle,
And In the flehing and the orahlang the ina
vermee shall e
Bow we pay oar debts of honor, we mailed
knighto of the ea.
-i. J. 0. iDrown@ is Now York Sun.

N .'larli'>n Is Cq,,.. I11,, aiIni f v% "; I cfiu. -i tIhe livel
al.li. I, v..I nI- I. tLe in. t ttum I.reneril II '
(if


WOMAN'S


WORK.


An apt old
adage de-
clares that
women ,'s
work th never
done. This
is true of the
housewife's
motanifold du-
ties and rel
proximate y
to to of the
wbo work all
day infactor.T
W and stores
and half the
night in
making and
mending
their own
clothe osewingforehe saeamtoeh out
mearIe income. WoomeI w- are toa
muic 4ctheir set, or who are unable tc
stand the strain cf ove.wrk and worv,
ar peculiarly swsceptIble to the weak.
esset and irrearitis that are the bait
of wemanklnd. The symptoms ci r ct
derasaementsare Insuffdantorezceuivt
menetruation, headache, backache, tIt:.
selg4, RI ,,rh i-a, displacements and e;-
tame n.ar aotes. asmounting in stu."
eales to hysteria. The useofmorphim- i
d P'terous and eami-iatlons by male pl,
ti ar neit" a `sa nt.
P :.dflo.J I, rn : fr, I
W .dard r.-',v 4' 'f a,
, will sy.esys *
the wont disoders of ,,.
leld's Regulator is sold by d..I;, '..'
eam dollar a bottle. Interestin, n.a' u
"M. books for women r .'L1d beg.

IN W U UKGULA1 O0., tUnMI, Os


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Knows
Rootadniernotn a. .. .
The avtimo rolutE! on -!?
"I[t ak him what he 11...,s



lo L-iAver O wil.


For twenty-tlve yr, ..,
toars have presori Ldo
'mulllon for p doleneo, weaC-
'gr all dueaes tI that Iause

Its creamy color and its
pleasant taste make It as-
laly useful for thin ad
delloate children.
No otherpreparation of cod-
liver oil is like it. Dont lose
time and risk our health by
taking somethi unknown
and untried Keep In mind
that 7BOOT18 MULSION
has stood the test for a
quartr of a oentur.

SCOnT & BOe NE, eo eineew York.


OCALA IS CHOSEN.

State Democratic Con#ention to be
Held August 3rd.
i ll for it Sate Democr ic Con.
veimtin a Orlando, Flau, Wtdreedayq
August 3 d, 1898:.
The democratic party of ihe State
(if Florida will hoid a State Convention
at Orlinilo, Fli,, on Wednesday, Aug-
usn 3. 18l18 at 12 m., for the following
p urp Wces:
"lrii nominate the following candid.
ditI.. i.;i: Twh o Justices of tie
; tpIeme Col l, otne for the full teMrL
of six i-ante, and one to fill the until.
plired tern of lmn. B. S. Liddon, rp.
hgted; a State Treasurer, to fillthe
uitexpired ternl; two Railroad Caol
rnliitonir. each for the term of fo0l
i la. anti one Rillued Commisalioti
fir I he term ;f twi ytorea, to be voted
fra ilh fll,'xt regular State election;
a il Iitt'itr,act such other business
ay:,ro 1,,mne nfOfte the convention.
*Thie different counties In the State
will se;td delegates to the conventUO9
upon the following basis of represents.
tion: Oue delegate for each one hUall.
dret. voles i n the candidate on th
Tuhe cti t, who received the bighelt
number of votes at the general electiOU
of I si, and one additional vote forth
laiction in excess thereof, when it
amounts to fifty or more,"
The counties under thte rule wLil b
entitled to representation as follows:
Alachua. 11; Bradford, 6; Baker, 3;
lrevard, 5; Calhoun, I; Citrme, ;
Clay, 4; Columbia, 6; Dade, 4; De o t
6; Duval, 22; E'cambla, 11; Franklina
2, Gadeden. 4; Hamilton, 4; Hernand,0
2; ailleboro, 20; Holmes, 3; Jackson g
Jefferson, 14; Lafayette, 3; lake, ;
Lee, 8; Leon, 14; Levy, 4; Liberty, 1;
Manatee, 7; Madi son. 7; Marnton, 0;
Xinroe, 4; Nassau. 4; Orange, 10;
Oceol0, 2; Pasco, 4; Polk, 8; l lutnalf
St. Johns, 7; Seant Rosa, 5,; Suter,i;
Suwannee, 8; Taylor, 9; Vulhsia ;
Wakulla, 9; WallAin, 4; Washlngtonz.,
The counties will select their dele.
gates in any manner which maybe
deemed hear by the people, actlfg
through the party orgnisation, as te0.
ognlied1% I the last State convention.


WASHIsOTON, June 10. The news
that yellow fever had appeared at Me-
Henry, Miss., where seven caseswere
reported, caused much alarm here, offl.
cilas expressing the fear thar the dis-
ease might spread to army camps In
Florida and Alubtna. Sanitary pre-
cautionu will now be redoubled atud
every effort made to prevent an epi.
demic among the soldiers.
BuiXos AYRIK, June 18.-The &,ov.
ernment of Paraguay, acting upon the
representation of the United States
conaul at Montevideo, has notified the
commander of the Spanish torpedo gun.
boat Temerario, now at Ascunction, that
he must disarm that vessel if he desires
to remain in port. The 8panish com-
mander refused to do so and thereupon
he was informed that the Tenimerarc
must leave Alctnctioun as aoou as the
repairs to her machinery are completed,
which must be quickly done.
BRUTXW(icK, (t0 June 11.-The ar-
rival of Mujor HIrp-gon and Lieureunut
Judwin of the unmy and engiuesnr'
corps was the occasion of senie very i i
telligent work being done here in hit.
half of securing troops for enatipmiell "
at Brutaswick. They were in t by it
party of representative Iusinesup mert
and driven so various points in the it.:
which are suitable for cantp sites.
DuLHNAM, N. C., June 11.-Julian S.
Carr, a millionaire tobamoonitt of Ithil
place, has, out of hIM private funds. ad-
vanoed money for the pay of the othl ore
and men of the First regiment ot North
Carolinavolunteers, iu campat Jack nti
ville. Pla,, for the time they have b ,i
in the United States service. TbH
amount is about W.000. There it nu
intimation as to when the government
will pr the regiment.


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?OMONA,1JU31It"
Ir. a P d bojslaess trp

HOer Wakeoled a41 the Mk*ases
Claudia Gran and MIUis Appleby
rn l Palatka a faw dafw" last wgeu
attandmiuig the examination.
Misa P annle Pack was the tuest ot
Mis May Miller in ComO last Thureday
night.
Mr. Hoke hbar eft hie position a
night operator bere, and has gone to
Miami. The vacancy bha been filled by
Mr. Strxenland of Waycross, Ga.
The Flower Concert for which our
musical talent huas been rehearing, .for
several weeks past, and which Is to be
given on Tuesday evening, June 28th,
promises to be a very pleasant social
event. After the entertainment, Ioce
cream and cake will be served by the
Ladles' Aid Society. Admission 25e.
children,15c. Come one, come eli.
Rev. Mr. Gay preached fis farewell
sermon Sunday, June fth.. Muoh'ta
the regret of our community, lift
last Thursday for his home in Mais.-
chusetts, where he will spend the re-
mainder of the summer wl'h hiq family.
There ais talk of his returning to ut again
next September, and we trust he will.
Services have now closed, but Sunday
school and the bible class will assemble
at 9: 30 a. m. during the summer. The
Thursday evening prayer meetings have
been discontinued for the present, but
we hope to sustain our Sunday evening
meetings.
Not long since. Dr. Peck killed in his
chicken house a rattle snake measuring
six feet four Inches long. The snake
was quite a curiosity, as such large
ones are a rarity here. This makes the
second one Dr. Peck has killed since
his arrival here.
Water moccasins are plentiful in Lake
Aroward, making swimming dangerous
unless one ino watching closely.
L. A. Fox has been around shaking
handle again with his numerous friends&
Many supposed hm to have been north
but instead of returning north when he
left here several weeks ago, he took a
trlt to Tampa, Key West, and other
parts of South Florida? While at Tam-
pp, he was aboard the battleship Ore-
gpn, the dispatch boats Three Friends
and Dauntless, and the torpedo boat
Wtnslow and other boats too numerous
to mention. The Winslow took promi-
nent part in the fray at Cardenae. He
also viewed several companies of our
brave soldier boys who were camping
in and around Port Tampa City and
neighboring places. From Tampa he
wei* c A Key West, where he took to the
al js, ,aud then went to Dry Tortugas.
Hem he went through the old dungeon
whie he stood guard' during the last
war, when those connected with the
easuinaton of Presildent Lincoln were
imprisoned thee. During his trip he
saed passage on a dispatch boat and
sailed nearly around Cuba, visiting San-
tiago, Havana and other Important
ports. le feels pleased to say that he
beard, connonadinsg and saw fire from
thannont. On his return he stopped
at Miami and Titusville and saw the fa-
mous Indian Blver. After a short atay
here he will spend the remainder of the
summer at Syracuse, N. Y. It was
much to his regret that he did not find
the byracuse company of soldires during
his trip as his sons belong to that com.-
pany,
The Poverty Social, given at the hall
on May 81st, was a very unique enter-
taimment and afforded much pleasure to
thest who attended. The 0poceeds
amauntd to nearly S1.
Thea A. B. dinner held yeitetday,
wis the last until September, and those
wio attended will have pleasant memo.
ries of their last mueh-enjoyed dinner.
The programme was unusually laterest.
int. Comrade Kirby wa toastmaster.
eemineg's pleasure opened with a
"lecton by the band, followed. by it
redling by Mr.Braughtetitled "very
Year." Mr.' Kirby thee favored ua b
sntging a choice erman song, and i
Comrade Ottmaon wa unable to under-
stand the words very clearly, Mr. Kirby
kindly conseanted to sin one which the
old veteran could understand, nud pro-
ducad "Mary bad a little la*b." Com
rade Oook wa then caled upon to rela
a f fact. oonoeernng his lriso
meat, which he did very grtuealy.


X )e ro :babsttom. .9 and p,
w e lS *l w* the AI UM i W. o Jlt the a I it


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age I bha taklaie Boodi m apUills,
pd aOw Ia so ree traom my Illm e
(tt n rlehbo ay I est mau e
Iland H oe t I*iOMM itMO
at. MagvM, oM(a

Hood's at"rs
a thebest-la tat the One True Blood PerlHr.
l druesistt. ; six fi er p. Get oly Hood's.
.ood's PtilluS AUrn efeIg Muve.

The violin solo, by Muaster Claude lRetd,
of Drayton Islan was listened to very
attentively. Master Claude certainly
proved to af what he will be in the fu-
tate--a fine violinist.
Comrade Ott0re o' remarks were
full of wt, and we thought Id very Kind
of him to show us the medal wilh which


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Paper Bags,


Grain, h Building Material,
Flour,- Papa's Orange Boxes,



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AGENTS The Standard 011 Comipany,
AGENTS Walter A. Wood's Mowing and Reaping, Machines.

PALATKA, FLORIDA.


WALTER THOMAS,
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Groceries, Crockery, China,

Glassware, Tinware, .

Wood and Willow Ware,


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he was presented recently,and the read- 16 Le inon Ol Iro *
lag of the letter which aceompanled it.
The medal was round and made of
lealher,and was tied with a blue ribbon. MELROSE.
On the front side was the picture of a
pin. The medal was presented to him MiKN.1e oSE, Fla., June 15
by one of the old vetera-s. The pro' Miss Ida Westgard has returned from
gramme closed by a selection by the Gainesville.
band. Miss Alice McRtae, of Sanford, is the
That "Huntress" and Mrs. Rembert guest of her brothers, Messrs. A. L. and
may enjoy a pleasant and beneficial A. A. McRae.,
visit--one filled with all the joys and At the Episcopal Church Sunday, the I
pleasures of a southern summer is the rite of baptism was administered to the
sincere wish of two small children of Mrs. J.W. Payne.
A YANKzi GIRL. Rev. Gilmore conducted the service.
Bucklea's Ara'eaSalve. Miss Flora Morris returned Wednes-
T> BeSlvi saew l fr O day from an extended stay in Atlanta,
The Beet Salve m the world foS at th and was accompanied by Mrs. Nicholas
Bruises, i'ee, Uloers, Salt Eheam, Iter. e
Fever Bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Itcer. -
Chilblains, and all Skin Eruptions, Misses Ellise letcher and Belle Cor.
and poetively cures Piles, or no pay re- few have returned from Starke, where
quired. It is guaranteed to give per- they have been taking the teachers' ex.
feet satisfaction or money refunded. amination.
Price 25 eents per box. For sale by Misses Lizzie McRae, Morsman and
Ackerman & Stewart. Newman left Thursday of last week for
COMO. Ocean Grove, N. J.
Miss Kate Mizelle spent last 'week o
CoMO, June 15. with her sister at the Hoffman House.
E. W. Diggett.whohas been sojourn- Miss Lizzie Dunn, who has been the 1I
in Philadelphia, Pa., is on a visit to his guest of Miss 8torrs, has returned to her b
brother and friends in Como. home at Palatka. C
Orange trees are putting on a vigor- Miss Esther Leggette returned fom
ons growth, and have quite a showing Gainesville Thursday. toI
as fruit, about Come, which is very en- Miss Claude McRae has gone to dF
couraging to the grower. Georgia to visit friends until fall, when b'
C. Ittman, who lived between Como she will enter a business college In t;
and Fruitland, is now farming in Iowa, Atlanta
We trust that" the "razor backs," by Miss Elmira Vogelback has gone to
which ha was so persecuted in Florida, Pennsylvania to spend the summer.
will not haunt his slumbers, for he ha' A. W. Craig has been appointed by
yeclones to contend with now. Governor Bloxham to be notary public
Master George Blade killed a large for the state at large.


rather a low days ago. George disoov
ered him in a thick bunch of palmettos,
and procuring a revolver started on the
war path. He had never fired a revol-
ver, but the fourth shot brought the
snake to terms. It measured four feet
and eleven inches long, and had five
rattles and a button,
The Epworth Lasgue services, on
Sunday evening last,weie ably conduct-
ed by Mrs. Carrie Watson The meet-
Ing was very interesting, and the music,
both vocal and instrumental, was very
pod.
Several Uomo people are taking ad.
vantage of the present low rates to visit
Jasksonville. Among those who went
this week were the Digger Brothers and
Mr. Dusenberry.
Z. Wateon is shipping quantities of
okra from his garden In Como. He s
a hustler from away back, and Is bound
to help supply the market with garden
sass. QUILL:


hxanMiAN. i


.*.OWNERS.o,

I am having inquiries


for Truck Farms,
Send me list of what
you haVe.


E. B. ROY,


'Jun 8-1m


Notwalk, Fla.


and Paper Bags .
Palatka, Florida.
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DR. P. KEENER,
Graduate Optician,
LEMON STREET. -- PALATKA, FLA.

What is Better than
Good Eye-sight ?
Now is the time to have .your eyes
examined, and glasses fitted. A delay
Iay pneovf aM a.

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CURE
A New mICplte Treatni n, conlitlng of
UPPOSII s Cpsuh o" Ointment nd two
oxes of O0wInt. A nevf-falllng"cui for Piles
f every natift and degree, It ma e an operation
with the knife, which IE painful, and often results
death, unnecessary. W sendr. this teerrble
s| W e i W thiekits ouariftt Its each
I Bex. No um, No Pay. noc.and ia box, 6for
*. Seat by mail. Samples free
O[ITMz]T, Ieo. and Goo.
ONSTIPATION W ,A".
ret LIVUR and STOMACH REGULATOR and
LOOD PURIFIER. Smill, mil and pleanont
o take: pecially adapted for children's use. 50
FREE.-X vial of theseI flamous little Pellets will
V isve with iSt box or more Pile Cure.
NOTr=I-THI G NUINKMe *H JAPANE PILE
UlB for sle only by
ACKERMAN& 8TIWART.


EasIIy,QuIok, Prmnlnently RetoWed
IG ETIC VlEi ,l,,;id wi-h,,
a1 leuretaI" mbs el, Hysteria.
Neryous Debility, Loat Vtality. Seminal Lodes
PailinI Memory-the result ofr ver-workl Worry,
'ickneue.Er, 6 11 Youth or Over-inAulgence.
MPeSe. "di s ovg 1 ..o.1.1
For quic tin ~tultsI Selat
Vi*talt,. U TU LAIL ePailL-doubIt
Isre a lt-wlfv tstren th lad tone to every part
and efct a s maaent cuare. Cheapt. t d bent.
too Pills S$; By mall.
FREE-A botleof the ramouae 6panese Live'
Pe1lI will be given with a Si box or more of Mea
netic Nervine. free. Sold only by
ACKERMAN,& STEWART.
Palatka, Fla.


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FRo T ., r., PAIATKA, FIA.
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New York,
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nMt Iprcpte Cle And Fancy Goods.
ad fever is a bottle of Grovy's Tt- And cy te A BICYCLB ACdIDNT,
B iH In sek an elegant end divers* A DICYCLE ACCIDWNT,
ls Chill Toame. Never falls to cure; Ad t l oos partaning or f esa of Zhaustlon, or Bover-
then hy expeimest with worthless the MIWT mtaaa. come by abut, should always be provide.
imitations P Price ,Os, jun8 ly 1 "-ol a orthlu Trimmer to ed agalst by the bkiyle rMer carrying
chargctY1,mnhlDepartmeiL .
S lhn*aer r yu "$setf it- a t of our high graie. W. Harpr
Quinine amid o tIer to- NAENDL HOODS anAM WhiskeV. It Is the finest and purest
ver medicines take fromS R D I" ED 9 .1 whIskey on ibe market for medicinal
to 10 days to cure 68er01, f,-I- P am now pu ad a a appie s
JIsu M to M l all rdri, for thi e is unexceled. Our stock of wines and

Johnsob's Chill adPeer pattea. liquo are a all high grade and reasona-
J ON.e a i Te t o e ion rblic1 price,and as every on knows
OsAT e. LUmITE the purest In tbhe city. 6"MuuT -."


Paris, Chicago
Philadelphia,
Washington, Bffalo


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