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 24, 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: VID00113
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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Mr. GO.. Wech and daughter, MIss
Belle, returned Monday from a visit of
several days to tends and teliaste In
Welas.
BUY FLAGS and Bunting fot
decorating purposes from
TU S. E. BOzD Co.
Sherif Hagan made another trip to
Palatka on Tuesday from his summer
home at Ormond, to attend to official
business.
Malarion with Malarion Tablets guar
anteed cure for chills, fever and ague,
or money refunded. 50 cents. All
druggists.
Miss Mae Conway, of Jacksonville,
who has been visiting Mrs. E. C. Jack-
son for several weeks, left Monday for
her home.
Noble and Putnam Calhoun have re-
turned from Lake City College, and are
spending their vacation with their
friends here.
Jeffersos Lane, general manager of
the 0, 8. & F. railway, died Monday in
Macon. The cause of his death was
heart disease.
Capt. N. H. Thomas left Wednesday
for Jacksonville, from which olace he
expects to go to Georgia and spend some
time In the mountains.
Malarion is endorsed by best physi-
elans and guaranteed to cure chills, fo-
ver and ague, All druggists, or from
Moffit-Weet Drug Co., St. Louns.
Our entire line of Misses and Chil.
dren's Strap Slippers and Oxfords are
going at c Ct.
Tu L. E. BoND Co.


The Boyd house, near the First Bap,
tist Church, is receiving a new dress of
paint this week. The work is under
the supervision of J. J. Bowen.
The Gaxette-News of Daytona says:
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Canova, of Palatka,
are at the Sea 61ide Inn. Mr Canova
owns theo ee factory at Palatka.
Taz TIxs-HxBALD was placed un;
der obligations Saturday to friend J. P.
Appleby. of Pomona, for the finest wa-
termelon we have seen this season.
Congressman Davis left for Washing
ton Tuesday evening, having been de-.
tamed here a few days on account of the
serio Uilness of his daughter, Mrs.
Garwood. ,
Pastor Mabry returned Saturday from
Daytona and tilled his appointmenat on
Sunday in the Methodiet chufth. We
are pleased learn that his health has
greatly Improved. '
Lieutenant Chas. M. Hilliard arrived
In the city the latter part of e1t week
on furlough of a few days, returning to
Tampa this week. Bln many friends
were glad to see him looking so well.
Mrs. G. B. Garwood, of Orange Lake
who has been quite Ill for several weeks.
bhas been brought to the city, and will
have medical attention from Drs. Cyrus
and Welch. She Ie at the residence of
her father, Congressman Davis.
The Dayton* Gazetto-News ayve:
Mr. and Mrs. George Weller and chil-
dren arrived last Sunday. Mrs. Weller
and children are living in a beach cot-
tage, and Mr. Weller, who is a leading
merchant in Palatka, will come over
Sunday.


You can keep out yellow fever by
putting your system In perfect order.
Prickly Aeh Bitters puries the blood,
e5a the liver MAd bowels, eteingh-
en digestion, andoenablee the body to
reest the gm that develop the di.-
ease. Sold by Ackerman &VStewart.

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The oeo spealty, "A Vdt to
Grandpa," by thirty SItW1 ekllds, wa
greeted with beaty applause trom the



pa to perfectiolb.
The eaNts for Mr. Bob" was as fol

Philip Boy,on. J. J. Bow eng. a


appropriate nd, a maiden lady, with
an extreme fondneMr. fr cats, Mass
Lizzie Mabry.
Alda Eunte.
Marian Bryant, Kathaclerk fone's friend law r
Mrs. C. B. Kendall.
Pattie, Miss Robecca's maid, Miss
Pany Devereme dnux. or cat, Mi

Jenklos, Miss Rebeca's butler, W.
E. Robine
The audience was kept in a continu-
ous roar of laughter from beginning to
end.
The piano duet, between the first and
second acts, by Mrs. Gf. B. Selden and
Mise Close was excellent, and highly
appreciated by the audience.
The Ladles' Guild of the Episcopal
Church. under whose auspices the play
was given, reslised about 160.
Straw Hats at a Socrice.
Our entire line of Straw Hats will
be sold at a sacrifice.
Tnx S. B. BOND Co.
Brought the Flowers Back.
Pedestrians on first Street were
treated to a rare eight Tuesday morn-
lug. It was reported throughout the
city that five car loads of soldiers would
arrive on the 9:20 train on the G. S. &
F. railway, en route to Tampa, and
that they would march through the
streets.


Well, they arrived,
And, they matched,
But the ladies, numbering about 250,
who went to the depot, carrying powers
neatly made up into boquets,were badly
disappointed. '
Here is the way it happened* When
the G. S. & F. traln blew for Palatla,
the ladies (girls, eld moaide, married la-
dies, mothers, and grandmothers) were
all excitement. The train pulled into
the station, and oh, my I imagine the'
disgust, the disappolntment, and the
bitter tears shed, when the first glance
of the soldier was caught-they were
all negroes I
Thea the was a mad rush, a breok-
ing oft raks (on the part of the ladles),
and they scattered In four different dl-
rections, some of the not getting back
to their home sa ear sundown.
"'Twe ever thnits' ete.
Save Your heay.
We invite the attention of our cues.
tomers or persons wishing to save
money iln Dry Goods, Shoes and Gents
Furnishing Goods to lsit our stores.
A pleasure to show you our goods.
THn B. E. Bomw Co.
Sad Death.
We regret to obronutle the death of
the Infant child of Mr. and Mrs.Grove,
on South Third Stret. The child drank
a quantity of kaeroene oti Wednseiay
morine and aau result died in the atf-
ternoon of the same day.
Be Patrouc.
We have just reed a comIoete
line of patriotic Neekwar for ladies
ad aentlmea.


Tan RE BDoD Co.
Palatka's Induetris.
Meia. 0. M. Disa& & Sen have jsrt
mad e oontraet to construct a 60,000
gallon tank at Beast Laio for the Plaont
System of railway. A large force of
men left this week to put up the tank.
J. P. Appleby, of Pomona, was in the
city O Tuneday.


* i Wi, l atu, livr&M <4V1 1 WMIS
,Walter flS


fee lo the Meetae w Ulled
bmaai for the conelderatlon of apetitla
from the Fir" Departmentaskiog fes a
appr pration of 078 from the cIty k
amset la defraylin the expense of a
celebration oa the Fourth of July, ptox
ime, and for eaoh other business ai
milht come before the Council.
' The commenlcation from the Fin
Department was read. the requee
granted, and the Clerk was instructed to
draw a watrant for 875 in favor of G
M.Werts, chief engineer, to defray ex
penses of the department, in the forth-
coming Fourth of July celebration.
The report of the Street Committee
relative to the sewer pipe or drain al
present under the F. S. railway track at
Intersection of Fourth and Main streets
and also communication from J.B.Jolly
roadmaster, to the city clerk, on tbe
same subject, was read, and the clerk
was instructed to notify the railroad
officials that the city will furnish the
drain level at the intersection of Fourtt
and Main streets, and the railroad will
be required to put in 28. nch sewer pipe
where its boydrain is at present. Upor
further motion the street cinmmittes
was empowered and authorized to em-
ploy a civil engrieer to establish the
drain bed at the lutersection of Fourth
and Main streets.
The report of the Fire and Watei
Committee, relative to the acceptance
or rejection of the proposeltion made by
J. J. Bowen to sprinkle Lemon btreei
for a consideration of $90 per month
from tle city was real and ordered re-
ceived and filed. The committee re-
porting adversely on Mr. Bowen's
proposition, the motion then prevailed
that the report of the committee be
adopted, and the clerk notify Mr. Bow-
of the action of the Council.
The chairman of the Street Commit-
tee reported verbally relative to the
complaint of Mrs. L. N.Wilkie that the
telephone and electric light poles as
they stand at present are a menace to
her building on the corner of First and
Lemon streets, in which report the
said chairman of the Street Committee
gave it as his opinion that the trouble
complained of could-be obviated by do.
Ing away with one pole, and re-arrang-
ing the other so that one would be at
each corner and one at the center of the
building. Motion prevailed that the
matter lay over until the next meeting.
The report of tie special committee
consisting of B. I. Gay, relative to the
manner in which repairs were recently
made to the central fre station building,
was read, the sme bOing to the effect
that said repairs had been made as psr
specifiations and in a workman-like
manner. The bill for E. M. Albro,
amounting to 067,wbs then allowed and
the committee discharged.
The City Clerk was Instructed Io pay
the state and county taxeb for 1897 on
all city property.
Street Committee wsa authorized and
instructed to purcluuie enough plain
wire and poets to put a oneetrand wire
fence around each piece 6f city proper-
ty, and to have trespass Notices put up,
the street force to do the work.
Motion prevailed that the 1897 city
tax books be closed on July 81st, prox-
Imo, and the collector instroeted to
publish notice to that effect. Motion
further pseavaed insatettlLg the aol.
lector to pUreham and hpve printed
postal cards, notifying delilquent tat
payes of amount of tbir ofy tase for
*h year.1807, and that books for add
taes W close July Sat 1808.
A communloaetlOWasu rfad from E.
.aaNtll, attorney for Q.Loper ally,
asking that oletk beinstrueled to caoneel

CDe oNtO, akust, a ertaiT lot now
amed by aid .Iloy, and on* thco all
city tieeape to ay been paidt, ad
lot being tu ioutheest orner, front-
Ing 80 feet on LdlOen setaet aid 180 feet
on Dale Street, in block32. The clerk
wu laitrutead to look lnto the records


At Your Own Price.
Lades' Oxford sand trap ilppers
must be sold. Come and get a par at
your own pice.
Tt3 & E. Boxo, Co.

A PalatlUa In Tampa.
The Tampa Daily Herald of last week.
Thursday, Iha the following to say of a
former resident of tis city:
For several years the nome of E. u.
Hobbs has been quite familiar to that
portion of the public which uses harness
or vehicles. He has been recognized as
a first-classe business man and a skillful
workman, and no map in Tampa has
been personally more popular. Hils
business has grown constantly, and it is
a pleasure to note that he bha secure a
desirable partner. The new comer is
Mr. R. C. Saindeon, formerly of Ohio.
and more recently of Pilatka, Florida,
who is a maker of and dealer in harness
of long experience and most excellent
reputation. He brings both means and
expert skill Into the business.
The style of the firm will be E. D.
Hobbs & Co. The stock of goods, bar.
ness,wagons.buggles, saddles, etc., will
be greatly enlarged and made amply
equal to the demand. The many pat-
rons of the house are Invited to continue
their trade, and the general public are
assured that In variety, quality, and
prices the firm of E. D. liobbe & Co.
will make it to theat interest to call and
become acquainted.
The communUty is to be congratulated
on this ascession tou e business strength
and Mr. Hobbs upon being so happily
enabled to take care of his licreasion
trade.
For Fine Orgabdies, DimniLle, Maid
Lawns ai New York prices, go to
Tit S. E. lo.ID Co

War Tax.
The new war tax bil gobs auto eflt ci
on the first da) of July,aud on and after
that day every one who draws a check
on a bank will have to uel a two cevOt
stamp to the paper, and on every note,
draft, bill of nluland exchange, ceraId-
cate of deposit bearing interest, on pos*
tal money orders, stamps to the value
of two osete fer eacb $100 or f, action
of that amount will have to be placed.
On foreign bills of eszhangn or leiters
of credit including orders by telegraph
or express or other companies, he will
have to place stamps to the amount of
four cents per $100.
Any one wihinsg to subscribe to the
three per cent. bond isiuo may secure
blank applications from the bank Iom
or at the poslodice. Bond are from
6S0 up.


Negro Man Killed.
A mouth-bound train ran over a negro
man Saturday niglt near Buffalo Bluff
sad mangled him terribly, almost com-
pletely *veuing one leg. The unfortu.
te segro was pioe e up by T north-
boundl tra and brought to PalatIba,
where be was take charge of bylDis.
W. I yrn and enklns, who
ampuaate4 the leg. The egmro died,
ibwever, soon ase the operain.


"Uttlie boy, Uttlto By, .
"Who Madewour br-esos-"
*My ,Mther set them out,
lty lathes swMa the tlthe.",

Counsid ng fth avsa ma's
Inability at Uitcig, ,hi father mu1s
have isa a New Hoea fo there
is no qtheaMae* whlch an be1 o-
eatsby a noe so aouamtslg and
"i OW t.l "em otUto meehbmatl

The prilaMsalow#aay good mwa-
chine am be sold fJi. Te ste at
easy, and maybelearnedfor the asdlg.
BunTs & GAiMe., AedlM..


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t LWAN IIlMON 0 (11,6 ,S*

1 BRIEF PE uNCLU .
Attorney Struna visited Iseksonvelle
this week.
Burn, to Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Courier,
Wednesday, June 22, 1898, a fle son.
Mrs, S. N. Bautss and two daughters
have gone to Suminer Haven to spend
awhile.
The re-rating given the postolce la
ralatha recoltly, gave it an iin es,
maing it ,9000.
The Dr. G. B. Hawes memorial win.
dow for St. Ma-k's Episcopal Church
has arrived
Walter Robbmin,of lake City Coletf,
is spendinR ble vacation with bhi s.-
renl here. I :t
The Lightniog flues Co, Juolors,
have received thcir new reel, sd i ai
a dandy.
John Griffin returned Saturdav from
Belmont, N. U., were he has been at*
tending scholA.
Mr. and Mrn. Walter fovis and chil.
dren, of Atlanta. have arrived in thbe
city on a visit to relatives.
Homenspn an l GuM LineU kirr.-
logs marked down.
T L. S. K. BO%) Co.
The street railway trinks are being.
put in gowli shapoe t11 hl.ig fililhd in b Ie.
tween the rail. with .Alachna ri'k.
Thorns II. l.iviniti,WhoIsleunow in
the 6tmply o u i 'r. swa pretr U'o.,
is spending a fea d'Awith 'W reihul% a
here. .
Attorney W IP. Talm dgs be moved ,
to Dayioon for the priftike o, %01 pr9e.
feasion. Suuches to hint i, his w "
field.

greatest medicine, Hood's
when It eatery the betaleJ a m .
blood.
Prof. and Mr,. I. O. lsmN m491, "
Auguetue, are bret payt alt t -.'
Mrs. Hamm's father, Re No a /
Tilglman. Mr. and Mrg. Min. will
spend three or four weeio hbeq d ap .
then leave for Kanse, w th ,
pet to relde. ,

Weregret to learn to, M" .' .-"
Clay received a vey palng ,
daturday by nllInh- if. "m ,W, ..
and sprnalo. a foot. t i'
toher room, and ist w p0I e0 ''
several weeks beosre"belr bll '
walk.


Advikos hmve bee oan
Tampa to the e g t ha tkhe
a* Begimet have bba gi0
and lM wf or o4Adme I
tobere dy t6dbTay t huI
It 16 thlaght thaee00
among the axt t Mil,.ier.





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PROn THB HILLS OPibRI0A.

. A Breesy Letter froI Huptress, Wb
Is Summering at Marietta.
MArmETTA, Ga., June 14.
As the editor has been so kind as to
advertise the fact that -I have moved
aay headquarters from Drayton Island
to this little mountain city, and that I
am expected to furnish entertainment
for his readers, I suppose it is in order
to hunt up pen and ink.
I cannot give very much information
about this little town yet, as my invalid
has absorbed the greater part of my
thoughts, and we haye had two days of
rain sine our arrival. All the people
up here hailed the rain with delight, as
the crops were beginning to suffer.
Marineta is a beautiful place of about
five thousand inhabitants; the streets
narrow and hilly. If one is not climb-
ing a slope, and is descending with the
prospect of another climb immediately
ahead. Shade trees are everywhere,
and all the yards bright and fragrant
With many varieties of flowers,
It will probably be as feasible to give
the news of Drayton Island from here
as from the spot, as there is no news.
None of the correepondaus seen to
have responded to the cail from our sec.
letary in regard to another convention,
Have you all lost interest in our asso-
clation, and decided to let it fall thro'?
That seems a pity, does it not, after the
pleasure and success attendant upon
our first convention. If you all knew
what golden opinions "Sallie Stevens"
ha9 won up here, you would take bold
with renewed vigor. I brought a copy
of our "Sallie" with the intention of
sending it to a friend. After my arrival
I had the pleasure of meeting one of
the staff of the Marietta (iwice-a-week)
Herald, and I took the libeity of intro-
ducing "sallie" to him. She has beno
praised and admired to the highest ex.
tent; the only fault any one has totlond
is that the brave dog, Ponce, did not
take a more prominentpartthroughout.
Of course it will uot be possible for two
of us to attend a convention in the next


The bad is more i*s
tily blighted to- the
4l 4tfl[-,blown roe. A
If i youn gil Imorm S-.
{*.m ce~ptlblt to'wtakna
a .'d disease that will
neek her in awoeman-
ly way than she is after
she has attained to healthy
womanhood. Thousand of
women have their lives
Swrcked by troubles of this
l delicate 4eacriptioa be-
I cause of their own ignor-
n I i and the prudey of
I l Ii I their mothers.
Whenever the wander-
IfI 1 \ VIng demon of II health
ds I \ a ship rifth upo
the sea of ignorance, be
stes on board, taken
woI I Vr\theheelm and steer
straight for the meel.
strom ofteath The young
woman who huas not bees taught the ateeo.
sit, of taking care of bet health in a won-
a ly way is a ship adrift upon the sea of
ignorance. Diseases that will reck her fut-
are happiness will soon assume command.
Young women who suffer from weakness
and disease peculiar to their sex live under
a terrible nervous tension, and if they
escape death are always threatened with
insanity. The whole nervous system is
affected by the constant drag and drain
upon the delicate and feminine organs.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrption is the
one perfect and unfailing peci Ic for every
derangement and disorder of this descrip.
tion. It fits a woman for wifehood and
motherhood It is the best or all known
nerve tonics. It is the discovery of one of
the most eminent and skillful specialists
in disease of women.
I was troubled tl vtyr with female weak-;
iness" writes Min r an otev. of iedfordl Citv,
Bedford Co., Va., I had two physicians, litl
neither did me any goodI I was troubled with
painsin tmy left ider ail thetime When i was
time for Inv tontthlv peril. I thought I woull
die with paint in nyv hack nid stoiAnch I also
had chills. I could not get up without fainting.
PInsllv I took three bottles of Dr Pierce Fa.
vorite Prescription and two of his' Golde. Medi.
teal D)ltoverv I do not have any pains at sll
and am in l tter health now than I ever was
in my life."
How to preserve health and beauty are
told in Dr Pierce's Medical Adviser. It is
free. For a paper-covered copy send 21
one-cent stamps, to civer maling o"/v,'
cloth binding, 'l stamps. Address D,
R. V. Pierce, Buffalo. N. V.

Passenger Rates.
Office of the Railroad Commission,
8tate of Florida, Tallahassee, June 14,
1898 -The following standard passed
irer tariff for the railroads (loing hneiness
in the State of Florid.i, Is published 'or


the informatino of all concerned. and
shall go i.to effect oa the 18hi day of
July. A D. 1Nis8.
Full vasaenger fire shall be three (3)
cents per mile, and ihalf-fare shall be


few months, but ihe rest of you could one and one-.blf (1J) cents per mile on
meet and our best wishes and pleasura- the following named railroads in the


ble sympathies would be there. and we state, to-wit:
would read the account of your proceed- The Plant Svstem of Rai'ways.
wings with much delight. Hoping your Florida Clentral & Peninsula Railroad
interest will return, and with good Company.
wishes'for all. HUNTRIEss. Florida E st 'Cast Railway.
Pensacola & Atlantic Division of the
Discover d by t :womau. Louisvlle & Nashville Railroad.
Another great il eovery has been Pensac>Al li/i ison of lie Louisville
malteand that t m, by a liady in this & Nas'nivlle Railroad.
country. "Disease fastened itscl-ntoheo Georgia uotthern & Florida. Railway
upon her and f r seven years she with .., n
stood its severe P telst. hbt iher vital ,
organs were undermined aisti eth (ellh le, Tampa & Key e
seemed imnilnenr. For three months iiw.-
she coughed ino"ssantlyanodooonll not P'en.it"la, Alahama & Tennessee
8t4ep. 8he finally discovered a way io llallro ;d Coml any.
recover by ptrchaitng of us a bottle of 1.hIiksonville & Atlantic Railroad.
Dr. King's Ne r Discovery fur C n Adtl full |iassenger far shalmll :)e four
gumption, and was much rellev-d on (4) irts ier i'e. anti h,.lf-fare shall I,
taking first lo e, tho t .lishe slept il iwn (2) cenis ,o-r mile on ti e follwi g
night, apad with two bottles hasl Iw-n named railroail in said state, to-wit:
abholqtely cured. Her natiie is Mrr Atlantic, Suwannee Rite.' 4t Gulf
Luther LItl." Thus writes W. C. Ra!lway.
Hamnlok & Co., Shelby, N. U, Trial Galoesvll!rk OiGlfRailwayCompany.
bottle free at Ackermusu & Siewar,', Carrabelle, T4llabassee & Georgia
drug store. R-gular lize 50e and ,1. Railway.
Every 'ottle guarantewl. Atlantic & Western Rranch of the
Peach Crop a Success. Florida Ea*i Coast Railway.
Peeestcity Journale. s Florida Midlan I Railroad.
The peach crop bas been a success Live Oak & Gu'f Ral'rmad Company.
here this year. Me nt1 n has been made Atlantic. Valdosta & Western.
of the shipments from week to week Yellow River Rullroad of F orlda.
and yet aLmi peah-b -ichards are still Adopted by the Crommisdon, the 14th
.looking line. Beside the matinl early day of June. A. Ii. ISis.
varieties uhch have bi.rne w,-il M.I.I R. H. M. DAvIDs N, Chairman.
H. E DAY.
White has prohal'y 4 v. -ty I ushe J .M. BRYAN. Commissioners.
of Angel peaches Iiii ning-al; rine


troll.


A. Explanation
The reason for the great popularity ol
Hotd's 8 irsaparilla lies It the fact thai
this medicine iositive'v cures. I[ it
Airri's% .. atn ncued cltne. intl I le
American peopine have an a'tlidiir t'i. il.
dente in its nsr I., 'rThy b iintyiII iiikt
it for simple Iui weril as ofiiii aillrt,, is,
confident Ithat it will *lt ihIt brlli 'l
qood's 1' l iu. e a-, I v .i r .0. ',, ,i
tor21c. by C. I, i.11,I C,. l.. :i
Mite.


Yellow Jaunad e i ured.
Suffering humanity should he ,*np-
If iled wito every mtinn is polseble for its
relief. 14with pleasure we publish
the fo.loming: 'Thl s to catertify tlot I
was k terriol* sitf rer from yellow
jatH lltr 10 over Ps X no thit ahsi wK.
tre ted hiy tomn- ,f tihs li-. lite e alM
1.1 our el v M ill I Ii 11s v i)r,
Htll. our dr iK- I* r, .oiii.o- n ".i E .-
t !n H i I ri. u i :n 'tar tnl nj tW..' i I-
lt- 1 m 1,1:1 Y (l c.111., -f | I f.loftt I.
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Skih 1 .II reol I ii ,
For the sir. t V I ,r. i' 1h t-t /. i4 *. |1 lt.. n t i* .d4 t ti .
yietlia*e. mtirl :il 'r :1 y I ---

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BRIEF WARW1. R.

silo* 0 M ie.N. mM bsab"
Phudi&phi
SIt is No=" A m Ntatso om Ietha
46 00 m ncam bo suplOmvd afate d&
ftao" ccSga~slqoo sC"b
Untilh66warisawwad&Me ameydo.
paromeat will ~hImmir eni
poittiesas all who wouili
he wotim I I.-


The government has decided to aise
the Spanish warbipsa snk byAdmiral
Dewey at Manilla and has asked Pao"ie
coast nrms tj bid for the oontrat.
Spanish people would welcome any
peace proposition teat would leave them
their colonies, but no one in Madrid has
the courage to offer a suggestion as to
how to obtain it.
Under a rule prepared by Chie BSur.
geon Girard of the Second oqrps at
Camp Alger ambulance corps men and
nurses must not go on the battlefield to
succor the wounded until the battle is
over.
spaln s would Withdraw It
For the Spanish authorities to offer a
reward of $25, 000 for the head of Agui.
naluo, the robe' chief in the.Philippine
islands, is in the nature of a fresh af-
front to the United Statea. Spain must
not forget that this country is taking
charge of the Philippines, and we may
find it desirable to regard Aguinaldo as
our ally.--Cincinnati Enquirer.

CASTORIA
For lafints ad hildran.
Tbh KW Yu Im AII hbt


Redemption Tax-Sale Distribution.
The State Treasurer has remitted to
the several counties their proportion ot
the receipts from the sale and redtm[-
tion of tax sale certificates for the
month of May as follows:


Alachua $104.75
Bradford 4.,s
Brevard 2.4:
Co umbia 18.36
C av 2; 80
Citrus -8 32
Calboun 10
Duval 2. 41
eSotsa 43.115
Dide 3(;10
Escambia i3 Ifl
Franklin 80()
Gmifldeti 7 IM
lhilsboro' 119 57
tlemna.jia 122 51
L hmi Ion 3iltQ
.1Tconii 2477
Jefferson 1M 9"


Liberty 8 15.07
Lake 5.16
Levy 16
Madison 4.03
Manitee 27.87
Marion 30.t18
Monrue 40 11
Naessu K.
Osceola 22.73
Orange :111.42
Polk 21.28
Putnam 22 89
Paco 11 .S7
:'unite r 4 W
.t. Js.itti i r 40
T4vlir 248
Voilu-i, 24004
Watshntliio 4 I)


P'ure blood ali.l tinnid iligitiii mean
perfect health. I'icklv .hhli Bittler
ut ith8 the liblasol aititntl neiihelts the
-tn-i1. liver anil bowels. old b\
.tiketllnul & .Ltarit.

The triire i-cr tiil a imiai is in buying.
the il.*-r v s r'iii paints, fliu ite'ser we like it. 1 wili
11-'1 i-tri flln v i ti|precui.t the lHUI K-
AKIN IIIIEECHE8. lle'll se at a
lhtaieV Irw eitrefullyv hi.tv are made.
Whl-in ltii iuts hil sh .il in the pocket
Ilitl inrI a 1 rintiled gaii rniee which
aysv; ,"i nu Mias reirsreto-nied your
oti ny back. Ther cl iil iI't le mtore-
'be'il never be le,<."


Why allow )outself i,, i-e Ilowly lor-
lured at the' aka..- hi .i'-. is.? (hil s
ind Fever will It,.ilttnsilie. 111t event
illvl hia'ek tswi, is-iresr< i .nstl iii.
ioln 'FEilII Cl(;'I (lss- cll t:h0h l'..t.
li whth hliI) 1< i-nuo I Iff.r IVte Ihn tli
Quailne, anitl being ciuiiutne-l wilh
irsin its a-lelt lT'ri, Sli Netvt Meal-
a'I ''. ioc ;'tlrneaHlt ll 0 I l k hllll I
-iil tiniitl r li-.t-ive .mrraitee tor i-ire or
money refunude I. Accept no substitute
Thl *'jitst as giIil" kind dun't effect
Cmile


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keener vs. Tiamse.
lliivini ai atticK siI Waicli and Ulock
Material on II liii1. ianil w'ishlng tW quiL
lh bitni r hlueiIt*s., 1 will do wor t at
Il1s fioliinwiiig li aItrces r Uti5ill stock is
it -,l up: W.'vtell.- t411 -p llid. 7' ri7 ; | I 7 .' ; airn I n ervy inl
-in iVlilth--. | ele eall iin a st( s>'1 li' inII welch
-, .,. 1, Ia 1* j. i -. o uie call
i i ..lit~oo ..l .s, KlS.rsi I1
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Palis r, o lv,' atli it 'tir..--)ii.i a l r.
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Then the clean ting ar id I&e ery in te day, and
th hom wif a tree o3 ma e pleuamnt thinm s.
o Ur0t-wtrce mt inDomy.
VIK N. K. PAWMA OPANT,
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W. A, MWR nYDtY

... WHOLESALE
Hay, Grain, Flour, Meal, Grits,

Orange Box and Building Material.


PA


Ag.enxt;
Bradley Fertilizer C.,
Williams &Clark Fertilizer Co.,
Ray& Fickett Schooner Line,
,Sailing from New York to Palatka Direct.)
LATKk FLORIDA.


Mrs Blocher's,

35 Lemon Street.


SUMMER DRESS GOODS
Lawns, Diniti,,-. O'eandles.
Finest afsortment in Lawns, Percales, Calicoes, MIlslins. Sheeting. Ticking, etc
Silks and SailDs for Waisto and Sklria. Linen and Woolen Underwear.
Parasols and Umbrellas from 50c to 2 50.




MILLINERY

IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
---.4--**---

Ladies and Childrens Shoes.


'"HE C. B. ROGERS, CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE 8ROCERS.

P'ovisions, Grain, Hay, Flour, Meal, Grits, Etc.

tole Agents for OUR BUSINESS CONFINED TO

Fllrlbnk Ceiling Co. THE TRADE ONLY. ORDERS
FROM Ct iNUMPBRS NEITHER
Lill IriMd Caled MNllts SOLICI ED NOR DESIRED.

Quotations Madi. Promptly on Application,
Feb 11-Jm |
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
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SP T E 'e it is to those many unortunate being
.~ I I1 differ often unsusiipeti and l silleans
that we extends a cordial Invitation to oone and
A 1 I o__ : I* exasminsd free of oharge. Weal-o ae to
S..itera l lait s t...,i slo.w patient t wear iton
we k. at the expiration of which time we will
"T; titse who know notlhilg of the ialfletlon refund tihe ltlnoey if fiund11 n1t tisfactorY.
1lit Irli, i( cittisniiiy called ruistrle)it will be I To tbink lu Ay. bu t is Ol
ltirrlil tI Itslt. tit i.tuiiith"f thel ini ahouti is e y. i t It ihs ye-
Ins rosily as afil I hl. Irit. ..nd the fo is, o( treastenta rle Thre are several klndsioflherlaaud eahhl1a to
nme one sand hilumIst asesunsuccessfull, It res u,,l and reatuad with a truss itted an-
Trere is naeth of intalsito g erniab wos ver, rding tu Its own peulismlty. Dur ing ten
tlst It universally secet.editas being ierfe It years ofsi raticaI ap.-W "tnit fitting truss
inot only rltains the hernia, bittl is te Inist weh ave oS rndn a anle eae that we could
I"runie, and aout A appliance in notretairn. Ittcstnotahing to beonvineed but
Ieilatics. a o to enOllle anties *t.
lt o. 90 TRITcair u'Il 11 Its RO ge PIU U% .
As is well known uinotof ortlhi applliantes fur Many if wih lasa'.ilgt be d If t y could
this tiiladiiy ae not tl.tipfacilory to ,h weree' only te insisi eit;n btit eapentnai proves thamt
ofieuisiilogMtorharini thia, gsood. and fanalitnlmost every, individual nwpiitir a a di li'et
e1ti1ely ut remain the henite. Ihousanai, sha ped truatins peculiarity our9 tr10
iaopi .re suffiilringi,1oin iIl-lttlna trusne. or I lintl11can Im ts Itsd toa p
i'.a lenas thes trubses they hsoe trIa dtw. Jieware ofu rubber trussem that oeaot be
Ltve given their u.islurable pai nad uititouur I *lpd witbeltEhtia, as theywill not hold.
*--WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF--
H. R. and Elastic Trusses, Suspe nory Bandages, Possaules
and alnil kinds of Rubber Goods.

Crescent Drug,Store,
C. J. UGARiETT, Proprietor.
PALATKA, FLORID A.

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A Iret a ar people are 1e4 to sI
-of tr beginhag o44a* ataerlaef

oit hard to brA et towadk, *a
M Mt h ad t auy" t t w N B go
55 as god a thos uore ptWtbte
Aft er lth, O a good4
aq yorsn tie ew Ie r a 'to
bels tvtt al l that PM aY to
aoMd ha ving 1 5tad ard.-b~d
Oncka and food egg Iqeon at e*
am *time 1i sodft dr.e of p*-
tienee sa breeding up 'a ook, Am
one who ave for his fatok and gives
them personal atteptloa soon opmes
to know the best layen, and these
will be selected for breeders, standard
points being a minor consideration at
the beginning, where the breeder s I
after utility before beauty.
Gradually the best layers among
those coming pretty close to standard
requirements may be selected and all
the time an improvement In both util-
ity and beauty will be going on.
This does not give the breeder a
reputation as a poultry fancier quite
ns soonsae he could make it by breed-
ing for standard specimens, first, last
iinil nil time, but once he has estab-
lished a flock that lays well and at the
sanie line looks well from a fancier's
point of view. he will flnd that the
mnirket for his birds is unlimited at
prices that will be perfectly satisfac-
tory.
Not every one can breed birds that
sell for $50 or more, but it is com-
paratively easy to breed up a flock
that will command at least ten times
the market price end which will be
good us egg producers also.
ThiN-, is the reward that all who
breed good poultry may look forward
to in full confidence, and as one of
the reason why standard-bred poul.
try should be bred. It costs no more
to grow a $. chicken then it does a
,*-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
price the one will sell for as much as
the other nine.
' ThNi is the experience of every one
who ever began to breed and made
earnest effort to improve his flock ev-
ery year, and to give it the best pos.
mible care all the time.-Parmer's
Voice.


Raising Cane.
It is useless to longer discuss the
advantages of sugar cane over beets
for the production of sugar. Observs-
tion and experience have already dem-
ountrated the superior value of the
sugar cane for tie latitude of Florida.
The saying goes without contradio-
tion that this State alone can produce
enough sugar to supply the entire
population of the United States.
Whether or not this is an extravagant
assertion it Il not now necessary to
disolss. From the large amounts act-
ually produced from smell areas in
the State It may be admitted that the
State can supply the demand, and It
is further demonstrated that the pro-
duction, with anything like fairly
good management, will be profitable
from a pecuniary point of view.
The" n the nis.ti. nA comes u W .h,


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ttnt.,art ,1t of si e 'S of ne'S 5
of .ma.un road ..................
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sw of nw 'of' in roads.'e"
na. of, i so ad OlM d .ra
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n rst nwtm of -and eI of sw S
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na of neS n% of nw andw% sw of
n of ne' n of nw4 *'S of sw'S
nnw o f sw ........................... 1.
nw ofns n e dw%% of w ..... .........
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sw* of nw' mnd ow of MS and .4
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w .of s w% of nw. nd% ............
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W% Ot f w '..... ........... ...I.... 4
0% of n w's'Vof nW) 'Siw4ofeWI' t

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do not more people engage In sugar'e of n .. ....' .. ...3...
cane culture? a tuss a.wol ..'....... I
Here's the problem: Given an al- ofI ......t..... ..*..
most indigenous plant; soil and oll. n of w ntw of V .l w% of
mate eminently adapted to ita per- A of ..'... ...... ....... I
fectlon in growth and maturity; Its O oAt ofaw '' l n%' of 3 4
product a valuable food e1mat; the W 'of 6O %............
demand for It universal its lltlve- nUofw w ....w....
tion and production not extra expen- roemun'eretif' w 61 -*-
sive, but more certainly remunerative ... ....
than most leading crops; millioss of a .......... ............
acres of land adapted to its unooceesel :"'::
culture; the beat market on earth, ..of e ........ ...'...... ..
and good money in it all the time. n a of o.nwJ'."..
Now, why are not more people ralstog .-. "... ... .... .
cane? I ... ..... .... .. ..
Why do capitalists pass sugar oane s sresiaefm a t '. .:::
by and embark In sugar beet culture? 2 .. '.'..'. ....."'.............::
Why this seeming hesitancy to em- of *.... ...
bark in an enterprise that has been en'o erf...t'.w'..
demonstrated time and again to be 4 acres In % 'i "u,'I"..l:
safe, and a corresponding willlingnese w I a..f.,u us .. ..
to rush Into sugar beet raising that of ....
has a thousand score failures laid up .......
against? e............
The case ii clearly mode; there is f* .::.".".
no use argulag the point; esgar cane ka of 1 ".......W"''.a "' "
ig the sugar srp for Florida. l*2 1. 0 ..: ..."" .:::: i
How to eo sote people to raising t 1....0...... ........ M
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W O.U 0... .....3818
17 Q sBrown .............. 1p

& n dn ........ INO
14 WR gaiosno...........14. I:
SW te R R Co........ T
0 F Q Brown ...... ........ I
40 Western R R ........ 100
40 Wester R R Go ... ..... 1 00
SP Q 'Brown ..............
SW Smith .... ..........
10 W M Sntth ...... .... .... 73
40 Western R R Co .. ...... 697
IO FQ Brown .... ...... .... I4
2' WlllaU Ia no .... ......
5 William Fotd ...... ...... 10
20 Horace Bryant ...... 143
o20 Western R R Co ........ 1063

520 F Q Brown trustee ...... 911
80 F Q Brown ............ 241
160 F Q Brown ............. 1
689 Florida Finance Co .... 950
199 Western BRR Co ........ 3 84
40 Western RR Co ... ..... 1 00
130 F A inmmons Tr .......... 249
200 F Q Brown Tr .... ...... 815
40 Florida Comuercal Co .. 1 00
76 Im Oarman .............. 1 72
11 Florida Finance Co. .... 24
so J M Mknrton Jr ............ 67
80 Ira Goerman .... ........ .... 2 43
40 F Q Brown ........... 1
100 J W Teddr ...... 24
60 J M Chessar ... .. 115
160 7 Q Brown .............. 2 67
10 E P nner .. .......... 16
40 Q Brown .. :. 100
40 G WHal 87
20 T Hilliard ... ... ... .... 2 43
40 Florida Flnance Co ...... 100
40 F Q Brown ...... ........ 46
40 Ben Alexander .... ...... I11
40 M Coleman .... ........ .. 1i0
40 J W Silcox ...... .......... 14
0 Florida Flinnce Co...... 141
. 40 Edw North .............. 172
73 Osla Knowles .... ...... 243
160 Florida Finance Co ..... 357
40 Unknown .... .... ........ 100
400 Unknown ................5 1V
80 Unknown .......... ...... 48
I5 Flortda Finance Co ...... 7 0
80 L 0 Garrett .............. 1 41
40 Unknown ................ 817
160 John Harvey .. .......... 4 M
80 Unknown ....... ........1 72
IN0 G U LrkIln .... ........... 2000
40 B GOUlan ...... .......... 172
80 J 8 Price ................ 148
80 Unknown .... ............1 43
8D Flortda lFinance Co ...... 14
0 J 8 and Peter Price ...... 1 48
180 T'Iknown ...... .... ...... 15
40 C A prown ...........1. 00
10 Ford, FInanoe Co ...... 58
40 I M ll .................. 100
140 A N Wbhittaker .. ........ 31 S
40 J W Hll ...... ..... 2 48
0 J T Minton Br ....... ..... 24
5 J T M.ton Or ....... .... 2 24
P HPPotter ............... 7
SHIN MCroa ............ 34
Florida Fioa Oe o...... 172
B Alxazdfr .... .... 171
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40 Uknmown .... .......... 100
0 Florid, 0ma Oo o...... 514
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J F Saunders ............
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F Q Brown Truste. ......
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Allen Ford ...... .... ..
F Q Brown trustee ......
Sarah Archer ........
Sarah Archer .... .. ......
Mrs a I7 Wall .......
F Q Grown trustee ......
Henning Land & Invt Co
Wm Blocker ...........
F Q Brown Trustee ......
F Q Brown. Trust ......
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40 R L W all ............1.. 0
0 Smith & Wdker .........
10 W C Mow e .............. M
5 0 Car-roll. ............
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78 FQ Brown Trut...... 17
3140 F Q Brown Trustee ...... 97
15 J F Lynch ... ....... 73....
15 Dan Jones ... ........... 0
10 F B N m6 m e .... .......... 1 00
40 Unknown ... ...... .... 7
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80 Thoa. Waitnmtat ... ..... 14
120 Ira Nelson ............ 4|
3 Florida Commerol6 Oo 11
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SO. A. Bddinton ...... 4
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nw*% of nw% ws of aw and
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nw0nW % o f s a w% nd s% of
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lot 8 ... '. *... '. .14 '.. .
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p 118i........... ...... ...... ...... 18
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wA of lot 10... ... ... ...... .........
lot I. ... ... .. ... .. .. .. ... 1
lot 6 ..... .... ... .. .... .. ... .... 17
nwY4 of se and 4s of seA ... .... N
lot 3 w t w Johns river ... .......
lo t 3 .. .. .. .. .. 1
lot 9 10 ... .... .. ......... M
part 'oIn'faulo trarant book 14 p 416. 37
rart ('o part 'o ilfn io grant book J p t l..l 7
part ('odfa-'lo grant book P p 60W.. .7
part t'&w faction grant ... .... .. ..
part Io lftilo grant .. .. .......... 3
part otvan grant ... .. ......... 40
p: I "r i..rdi.t .. .. 40
part oi t grant .. ......... 40
part John Huertls grant ... ........ 4
part John Huertih grant book It p
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part John Huertis grant book J p X2 48
part John HIuertl grant book 10 p 258 42
part John Huertis grant book pP u
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part John Huerti rttran. book$ P p

part John Huertis grant..........
part John Huertis grint ...... 4. 8
part John Huertis .ra.t .. '8
part John Huertis grant book V p
69 ...... .... .. .. 48
part John Huertls grant bo.k I p I'p 48
part John Huertls grant .a.otc M1 p
part John Huertls grant ...... .... 4
part John Huertis grant book Q p
364 ............. ...... 41
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part John Huertls grant 'Iook 12 p
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part John Huer "lIs granw .... .... 4


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part s', ,f owl... 10
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part s%' of sw%... 1.. 10
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n4 of ne 4 of me%4 .if tte ... .. 10
e% of se't and swy4 of sae .:.. 3 10
% n of nwy less I ncre to Schofleld.. 10
25 acres of neA of nea%............. 210
lot 20 ... .... .... .... ........ 10
lots 17 and 19 ..... ...... ... ....... 10
lot 15 les 5 acres and 3 acres s send
lot 10. .. .. .. ... ... ........... 6 10
lots 4 7 8 9 I1 and 17......... ...... 7. 1 10
8a of lot 19 .. ................... 7 10
wt of ne 4.................. ...... 11 10
nw1 of ne4 ... ... ... ........... 10
w ,4 of set4,............ ... ... ....... 1 10
s'. of na' of nw4 of nea% ......... 1 10
"i of s e'. ... ..... ... ... ......... 11 10
part of (book 29 p l 16) ............. 11
wi of nw of nw%4................. 1 10
s. se% of ne4 of nws.... ...... 10
se% of se' ......................14 14 10
e4 of sw 4 of sw% and Se' of niw%
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e% of sw%4 w4 of se" ands a of
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3 acres w end of lot l......... ...... 18 10
w14 of ne'4 of ney4 and lot 2 leas s1.
Sf e% .......................... 10
eV, of nw%4 of sw%4.............. .o 10
ne-'l of sw%4..................... 30 10
se", of lot 2....... .. ... ...... ... 0to
lot 4 ... ...... ... ..... I1 1 0
lo t 1 ... ... ...... ... ...... .. I 1 1
lo t 10 ... ... ... ... ... ... ..... .. 2 1 10
nw1,4 of ne'4 ... ..... ... ...... ....... 22 10
ne of ne less 8 acres................. 22 10
s'/2 "f ei'/j of ne4 nw% of se% of
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net% of set4 of ney ... ..... ........ 22 10
etl/ of ne'.I s, of ss 4 of neo% and
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nw% of ne, ... ....... .... .. ....... X 10
in sw cor of swy of sw4... ... ..... 1 10
nt of swi4 of ne% and nea of oswy 25 10
lot 17 Avery survey ... ... ... ..... "4 10
lot 32 Avery survey ... ............. 24 10
lot 49 Avery survey ... ... .........4 10
lot 45 Averv survey ... ............. 24 10
lot 24 Avery survey .............. 24 10
7 acres In nwys of neat of sea. 25 10
o% of nel/ of nw4 of so' ndw
of ne% of s .. .. .......... ... .. 10
nw% of noe of nw4 and n% of nyts
of ne% sw4 of ne% of ne% ........5 10
ne% of nwy% and e% of sw of nwy K 10
nw% of sw% of nw% Iwy of nw% of
nw% .. ....... .... ... ... ... M 10
swy o w of nw and se of nw% 10
S of ............ ............ 10
sw of nea .. ... .................. 27 10
n acres of e4 of nw% of ne% of
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1 acre In a end of se% of nw% ...... 27 10
nwy% of se% and w 11% acres of ne%
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blocks n 2 and 1-5 of 25 McM ki 1
section 28 and 20 .................. 10
block 18 MnMeekin sections 28 and 29 10
block McMeekin sotinM 28 and 39 10
e% of lot 1 lass 7 acres to Rosser .... 0 10
lot iand w % of sw% of lot 1 ........ 80 10
sa of ne% and ne4 of A ......... II 10
noa of nw% and nw% of nw% .... .. 4 10
n of w% ............ ........ ....... 10
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1 1 MW .~aeton .... 3 12
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17 10 F Q Brown trute a...... 827
9t7 400 B Jner .......
9 7 141 W A Rawls .............
0 17 IE M B Vance ........... 17
1r 7 B C Haywood ......... 17
9 17 6 8W Johnson ........... 120
S17 40 B Dawmson ............. 100
9 27 5 Randall Trottman ...... 143
9 27 1 N C Crews ........... 44
9 W BE KimbaLU ... ........ 1
S27 40 FQ Brown trust ...... 100
17 40 MrsA RopW ... ........ 456
97 0 0 A Old..... ....... 23
S27 70 Mrs J W Coddtngton ... 1 43
S27 80 F A Saulsbury ........ 1 72
9 27 162 Jaes Morton ... ... 31
9 17 4 Geo WUkerson ......... 172
927 A Jackson Jr.. ... .. .. 87
9 27 16 A B Palmer ...... ... 11 4
927 78 A B Hart ......... ... 22 M
9 27 100 st R 0 Mays .......... 1164
927 C E Yelvlngton ......... 7 39
9 27 25 7-10 Bartlett & FIlflld ...... U 14
9 217 6 Mrs S E Wall ........... 315
P 27 4 Noah Davis ......... .. 100
9 17 88 F A Simmons trust .... 172
9 27 24 W H Berry ... ... ..... I 30
97 OOw Miller .. ...... .. lI
9 27 J H Dickerson ......... 1 00


9 27 1 8 Waitson .. .. .. .. 1 O
9 27 2 .Rohn Morton .. ....... 1 17
9 27 3 Robt Roy............... 8
9 27 H W WllIan ......... 1723
9 27 2 Emma Thompson 58
9 27 4 R B McLaufhlin ...... 2 4
9 27 10 Mrs A Loupes ..... 41
9 27 8 Esther Page ........... 3 40
S 27 Saramh P Dsroy... ... ..217


6 B W Williams ......... 1 00
8% Thos Bowling ... .. ... 1 I2
11 Rachael Patte.,oi ... 73
6% Alice Nurtin .. .. 73
51 Caroline Hawkins ...... 87
2 Mary Wagntr .........
I' J White at.d J It Roo.
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300 Sarah P Darby ....... 43 13
10 A J Robns-n .......... 18
45 M A Watsan.. .. ...... 43
15 Unknow-t ... .. 1 00
18 Henry Jahr .. .. .. ..... 73
10 Lott Allen r .. .... ...... 8
120 E W Agnew ... ... ...... 24
79 Paul Oallnrton .........1 72
t H W Walker ...... .... 100
40 F Q Brown trustee ...... 100
99 F Q Brown ... ... ....... 41
40 Ferney White ... .....I 73
260 Mrs MA Blake ........ 241
20S Mrs. Amantha Riles ..... 17
80 Green Sills ...... ..... 4
40 F Q Brown ........... 1 00
40 FQ Brown ... ... ... .. 100
80 Alfred Walker .. ...... 48
10 Lott Allen, Br.. ........... V7
80 Walker & SmKh .... 17
S W H Pelham ... ... .... 100
20 8 J Grisby ... ... ........ 24
I D Mathews ... ... ....... U
40 D E Cooper ... ... ...... 100
M 0 H Parker ... ... ....... 1 SO
160 D E Cooper .. ...' ...... 4 14
3 J F Cox ... ... ........... 100
64 D E Cooper ... ... ...... 202
20 John Green ... ... ...... 15i
40 Robt Holmes ... ... .... 113
M Bamil Thompson .. ...... 173
40 D E Cooper .......... 1 72
40 Robt Holmas ........3 41
20 Geo Rhoodman ... ... ...
4u D E Cooper... ... ........ 1 00
32 Rachel Britt ........... 14
10 Nancy Jenkins Et .. 2 02
10 Robt Jenkins ... ....... 1 00
110 D r Coopr ....... 73
40 allie Puller ... ... ...... 172
5 Robt Johnson ... ... .....
60 Unknown .. .... ... .... 325
10 C Rodgers ... ... ...... 87
10 W H Scott ... ... ...... I 7
10 H Davi ............ 100
10 E F Vose .............. 100
10 Mrs M Prescott .. ... ... 100
7 Unknown ... ... ... .... 100
15 Mrs S A Brown .. ... ... 173
40 F A Garrison ... ... ..... 4 1
60 Florida Commerotal Co.. 3 00
20 Cooper & Hecox ... ...... 1 20
50 8 A Coltlns .... ........ .. 1 7
40 J T Prince .. .... ....... .. 11
40 A Collins .... .... ........ 1 00
I Cain Armstrong .... .. ..
1 L Wison .... ............
51% Dr M W Barnhart .... 7 M
D E Cooper ..............3 3
W a Sender ............ 100
Thoa Haley ...... ........ 7
I G Davi .................... 100
46JAB l ahoffy .......... I
W0 HannIng lAnd & Invt Co I
SL 0 Grrett............. 13
S B Br"own .............. I::
10 Foridaft Commerolal Co.. 1
10 C n ...... ............
4 H K Newbort ... ........ I
4% M Adgar ... ... ... ..... 1 0
I Jse Adoer ... ... ....... 1 .
I F IA ttletlid .... ....... 1I
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block I lots IT 1 1 9 block I lots 37
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nw% of n .. ..... ....... ...... U
n% of nw* ewo of nw% n% of sw*W
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sw. of swy ................... ...14
swt of nea of sw4 ................ 14
ofw3A nw ofne of sw14 ...........
sea4 of block 4 Manlle ............ 14
w% of block 5 Manville ............. 14
lot In se corner block 8 Manvllle .... 14
w6 of nw% of swy of no% .. ........ 11
8% of seay of sw....... ....... 16
n% of iw% of sw% and w4 of nw 1
of sey of sw ......... ............
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Sof sof f n of n % of sw
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8% of se% ........... ....... 17
lot 2 Patterson subdivIslon .......... 17
nw tf ne% of nwys e4 of sw% of
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n% of se% of sw of nw ..........
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wi of s % of sw .................. 18
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se of ne .. ...... .... .. ....... 1
part nws nw of R R .... ........... l1
w% of sea of nw% and sea of sw'A
of nw ..... ....... ........... 11
e% of swy of nwy of .......... .. B. 1
nea of nwy' of ne% and aw% of nw%
of railroad ....... ..... ....... 21
ne4 of nwy4 .... ... ...... .. 2. 3
oe% of nw% ........ S
Iota 13 14 block 1 Ellm Park lot 24
block 2 El m Park .... ............ 2 1
n% of e% of sw% of nw% ........ 21
n 3-5 of( n'A of nw% of swy of nwk4 22
w% of nw% of awy .... .............
sw% of sw 4 and e2 of se1a of sw% .. 21
nwy of sea .. ....... .......... 221
w 2 acres of nwy of nw' A% of
qw%4 se4 of n aand nea of se%.. 23
acres on n side of sw ofsw ... 23
sw '4 o f n w V4 ...... ...... .............. 2...
n% of se% ... .. ... ......
nwys of nw% 1 .... .......... ...... N
nwys of nwy of ny and S acres of
nw" of nws of .j % 24 acre on n
side of sw'y of nw&4 of pe% and 4%
of 6s% of w% .................... 17
2 acres of ne% of ne% ne of Gum
Creek .... ... ...... .............. 271
s% ney of e% .......... ........... 7 1
seoy of e% .... ..... .............. ... 27 1
e% of w% of nw% of nea ...........
s% of awy of se% of nae .... ......
s% of swy of sw of nwo ......... 21
se% of nw% less acres ...... ... 1
w% of sw 4 of iw% .................. 1
n% ................... ............N 1I
e% of neo of sey ...... .............. 21 I
7 acres In sw% of ne% of se% .. ..... 21
4 acres In se corner of sw% of ne%.. $3 1
n% of se% of se% of sw% .... ....... 1
2 acres In no corner of sea of sw% of
sw% .... ..... ...... .......... ...... 1
sws of nw ...... 311
nwy of swy .... .... ... ...... ...... 31 1
ne% of ne % ..... .. ................ .. 31 1
nw of nwe ...1... ........ ... ...... 1
sa of noe n% of se% ne% of swy%
swy of s .... ...... .... .........
n% of wy ............ .. ... 31.
*wy of swY ................... ... .. 3S 1
a of se3 .1... ..... .... ................ M
w of ne and n% of se ............5 1
w 4 of nw .. .. .. ... .. ........ M
n% of n% .......... ....... .. ......... 1
swy of sw% ...... .... ... ..... 1 1
n% of se% .... .. ..... ......... ... 1
n part lot 1 and lot I a% lot 3 and 4
and sw% ..... .... ....... ........ 2 1
n part lot .... ..... .... '. 1
a t ...at I ..... .... n ... .. ... nd ..... ...... 3 1
4% of ne% ....... .... ........ ........ 4 1
w of w% and eso of sw% ......... 7 1
swy of nw% nwW of aw .4 of se% I 1I
n of oae of sw e% ofao of sey
ofsw w% of sw% of e ae of *%
of sw% ofse% ........ ...... ...... S 1
s% of se% of nw% and n% of na% of
aw % ...... ...... ........... .......... 8 1
s of seo and w ... ... ......... 9 1
da nd ew of w% and nw% of nw .. 10 1
wy of aw and mw of nw ........t0 1
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w of e% and n of ne% ......... 1
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and ne of ................... 11 1
s of nw n. of w%........ 1 1
s .of n .w .... .... ...... 1
ns of se' ................1...... 5
block Hol I.r ... .............. 181
ot 4 6 loock Hotir .... .1 1
lot 3 block 12 Hollster ....1....... .. 1
Iota 1 and 2 look 12 Hellttar ...... 16
lots 7 block HoUlStr .......... 1
lots 1 bok 4 Holllte.......1. 1 1
lota I 4Bgblockl 14 22oNlter ........16 1
all block 1 HoMi .................. 11
lo4J 2 4 block 1410118r ..........1 61
lots 1 2t block U a r4w ......1.... 1
all blook 1 Hostr ............... 8 1
lots ll|onsSblook Ho t ..........16 1,
lots I 4 S block 20 HoUItsr .... ...... 1
lots 1 2 8 1 Hoalltasr ........ 1


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354 Lott Allen Sr ........... 4 74
26 J E Bowden ... ... ..... 145
30 Lewis Strickland .... .... 1 72
40 F Holford Eat .. ........ 200
10 Ira Garman .. ...... .... 3 1
6 E Price .... .... ........ 5
5 Peter Reeves .... .. ...... 1 73
7% HA Rodgers .... ........ 1 7
10W H Dubell ...... ........ 1 00
MO W B Smlth .... .... .... 1164
20 W H Lattin .... .......... 1 41
7 Unknown .... .... ........ 78
4 J A Hutchinson .. ... 44
s A Collins ... .... ... 44
1 O McGregor .............. 44
40 F Q Brown ...... ........ 1 00
40 J W Buky .... ........... 172
40 Richard Kirby .... ...... 100
40 D M Kirby .............. 100
M0 F Q Brown .............. 367
340 F A HIH ...... ....... 471
0 F A HIui .1....... .. ... 172
40 Mr E P Moody .. ........ 100
S F A Hill ................. 1 72
160 F Holford E... st....... 4 84
80 B F Sanburn .. .......... 257
188 F'orida Commercial Co.. Is
40 Earle Comstock ...... .. 7
80 Warren T Buchanon.. .. 72
T67 Florida Commerolal Co.. 584
SM M Morgan ............ 100
240 Unknown ....' ............ 4 56
01 Florida Commercial Co.. *M2
80 Unknown .. .............. 17
10 Florida Commerial Co.. 5
00 Florida Commerclal Co.. 3 1
100 W H Mann ... .......... 97


0 X L Iwtt Allen .... ..... ...... 3el
0 25 40 Unknown ... .......... 1 0
10 40 W H Mann ...... ........ 84
10 5 M Florida Oommerclal Co.. 810
0 5 I WH Mann .............. 300
10 2 O FPlorida Commercil Co.. I 84
.0 30 Earlt Comstock .... .... 384
10 5 200 Unknown ... ... ... ..... 414
10 M5 0 Florda Commerieal Co.. 143
0 5 40 W H Mann ...... ........
10 x 40 F q Brown trust" ...... v
.0 14W WH Mann .,,%............ IM
05 F A a'rson............ 1I41
10 V F Q Brown ...... ........ H
0 F Q Brown ... .......
0 V F Q Brown trustee ..... 44
10 Fl 4r148, Coalxc Co U
10 Florda Commerclel Co.. M
0 5 Q Brown Truste ...... 8
0 a5 lont&, Commerclal Co. .M
0 5 ]Baldwn & Van Houton.. 78
0 5 F Q Brown Trustee ...... U
10 I rlor* e Comm wlal Co.. U
10 S P Bef-axl ............. .
t0 x HR ..W.............. 44
0 IF Q BrownTrusto .....
0 25 Flr Commwoid Co..
0 Unknown ...... .... ..
0 2 5 Q Brown I= ......t
0 M O RodBmupt .... ........ Ia
0 Drx 7 Q Waste


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103 4 I lm sa m n ... ... ... 11t
10 24 0 B Andsamo .. .... ... I
SN6 ** tb& aktr .. .. ..lU
10 I Ix .... j
1 4 W .... ........ I1

to 241 2% R L Wall ......... .... 10
10 94 14% Go P Preton ..........
10 24 10 F Holfotord .... ...... ....
24 40 Q Brown.. .........
10 24 10 J McDougall .. ........
10to M 10 Dr 0N ow ...... ...... 14
10 24 20 Balph Watson ... ... ... 14

10 24 10 Joph War .... ...... ..
10 24 10 F Hitol t .... ...... 1


10 24 15 Thoo Leamy ... ..... 405


10 24 i Jhn Prescott .......... 4
10 24 0 W B Smith .... ......... I
10 24 40 Florida Commwoial Co.. 87
10 24 140 F Holford Eat .......... 27
10 24 20 G F Holford ...... 17
10 24 15 E W Bushnll ........ 100
10 24 30 W L Yates ... .......... 71
10 24 11 Ida Pelkgring ....... 173
10 24 8 W Brown.............. 100
10 24 5 Wm (overdale ..........


10 24 38 Samuel Ryn n ........... 4 83
10 24 70 Dave Sessions ............
10 24 20 J M M EBrsklne .......... 87
10 24 40 F Holford Eat .......... 100
10 24 2 J 8 Freeman ............ 4I
10 24 40 F Holford Est .... .......1 72
10 24 10 Mrs A B GIstrop .. 7
10 24 6 8 8 DeVald ...........1... 71
10 24 8 E Wall Et ............ 00
10 24 Mrs M King ........... 1 00
10 24 C Shinn ......... ..... 1 72
10 24 65 Smilth ad hadburn .... 172
10 24 20 E 8 Brown ............. 10 23
10 24 26 Joseph Ware .......... 10 53

10 24 34 D Young Est ............ 16


10 24 D & R Young ............ 1s 8
10 24 80 Joseph Ware ... ........ 8 84
10 24 10 J F O'Brien .. ......... 100

10 24 110 Elmer E Sommers ... 6 57
10 24 25 N Battrby .... ..... 6S
10 24 0 JGMillr ....... ..... 7
10 24 20 HW Vankirk ............ 7
10 24 40 Unknown .... ....... .. 100
10 24 40 F Holford Et ... ...... 172
10 24 100 Brown & Dennis .......... 5 7
10 24 34 0 8 E Calllard ... ... .. 3 45
10 24 5 8 B Suarts .... ............ 1 4
10 24 20 Unknown .... .... ........ 2 0
10 24 40 D C Palmer ..............102
10 24 40 J M .M Erskne .......... 17
10 24 H P Ware ... :.. ........ 88
10 24 15 Robt Long .............. 315
10 24 3 Robt Long .... .......... 44
10 24 20 alph Watson ........ 315
10 24 0 Mrs EL Brown .... ...... 8 81
10 24 40 S E Wall Est .......... 248
10 24 15 F Holford EBt .......... 4 M
10 24 6 E C Merrium .. ..........
10 24 40 A W Dyess ..... .... .... 78
10 24 80 Henning Land i Invt Co 173
10 24 40 J E Bowden .............. 115


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A zauist1 "orh w Mtae0Mi
I am -to ,t a list of sieh
plats a abu e IAMra by the am-
taur whik ao bttaie tor tmlor
deMertleona F' I4y oaply with the
request, because I l e. t4 oneourgs
the growln ad foodt pas for uam in
rooms. I =whldi have thela eomlM i
as pft of thr furashbin of a room
as much as, a poture or other work
of art. I would be gld* to hre plant
ooeuldred as neoesitles In every
home. They are every day becoming
more popular.
Plants with Lakge Follae.-Palnn
In variety (Best varieties for ama-
teur: 'Phoenix reclnata. Istanla Bor-
bonica, Areea luteeoens and Chan e-
rope excels). Flous elastea or India
Rubber Plant, Cylca, Canna, Banana,
Aspidistra. Of the above, all but Oan-
no and Banana -have thiok, firm leaves,
and stand cdry air and dust well.
Other Good lPlante.-Phornnlnm For-
mostun, wlbh ftat foliage, long and
pointed, like some of the native ktags.
I'andanus utilis, or Screw Pine, with
recurred, drooping foliage. Aucuba
variegulta, green, sprinkled thickly
with yellow, often called Gold Dust
I'lnt. Very line. Agaves, in varie-
ty; plants with 'thick, fleshy foliage,
soinmewh'at resembling the Cactus In
hubit and general appearance.
Any of thel above will give complete
wltis-faction if properly eared for, and
all ire easily grown.
Tc I'antiainiin utilis, better known
is the Screw 'ine, from the fact that
its foliage i a rraniged in aspiril
fo)rin, is one of the most decorative
of liiitts plants, if placed in the cen-
ter of n group where it can be suf-
tiiicntly elevated to display its droop-
ing qualities. It requires only ordin-
ary c-ur, and improves with age. The
leave of this pine ar e generally three
feet or inore in lenKgth, about two
inches in width, and of a bright green
color,witha red linertinning down the
center of cnreh. The edges of the
leaves are thickly set with sharp, nee-
dle-like teeth which effectually pre-
vent anyone from meddling with it.
It is a peculiarity of the plant that it
lifts itself from the pot by its roots,.
and the amateur often gets the in-
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 AApidestra has
foliage of a very rich green handed
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
tire all sent up from the crown of the
plant, and vary in length front a foot
to two feet. and often number fifteen
or twenty on each plant. It will be
readily understood front this that a
pot of it presents a most attractive
mlass of foliage. Indeed, few plants
are more striking, anti I know of no.
thing better adapted to front rows in
groups In parlor or hull where plantti
are arranged to present a solid aid
massive effect. The leaves are of a
thick, tough texture, therefoife not
easily injured by handling, ond, like
all foliage of that kind, they stand the
effect of dry air and dust exceedingly
well, This plant does not require ex.
posture to the sun, though undoubted-
ly it is benefited by being given some
sunshine. It likes a good deal of wa-
ter, but care should be taken to have
the drainage perfect if you wold pre-
vent the tips of the leaves from Itrn-
ing brown. A singular plant which
is eminently adapted for parlor use
because its leaves remain in a perfect
state for years; they tre front 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 Cyca.
reboluta. Its trunk looks more like
a large anti elongated pineapple than
anything else. From the lop It sends
out Its thick and leathery foliage in i
great tuft. On a well-grown speci-
nten the foliage will he two or utree
feet in length, spreading out In all di-
rections, and from this some idea can
be formed of its decorative qualities.
It is dark green In 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 prioe prevents it from be-
coming as poular a it would surely
be It It could be bought more cheaply,
but because of Its being rather slow
end difficult to propagate It brings a
high price.
This good old plant is coming into


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popularity again among\ thosewho val.
us plants for their beauty rather than
their novelty. It laoks the delicate
grace of the Adininums, but it has a
grooe all Its own, and a well-grown
spe lmen will always attract itten-
.ton. If given a soil of leaf-mold and
sand, a shady place to grow in and
plenty of water and considerable
room for its roots, it will in a short
time become a plant of noble propor-
tions. It is not uncommon to see
plants having thirty, forty, or fifty
fronds from two to four feet long.
These have B curve of striking grace-
fulness, and many mistake the plant
for some variety of palm because of
the dilvsion of the leaves, which
greatly resembles that of some of the
latter family. It is admirably adapted
to culture In baskets'or hanging pots,
if care la taken to give plenty of root-
room. It suffers from lack of water,
and .. Is very important, therefore,
to tee that its wants in this respect
are fully supplied. Shower Its foliage
freely as often as possible, and exam-
Ine It frequently to see that scale has
not attacked it.-Ladies' Home Jour.
nal.

Too Good a Rouaekeper.
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. .\ number of young men
wvcie having it kind of experience
meeting, when the subject of their
boyhood hoies was brought tp, and
since hearing the experience )( oine
of them, I have concluded there is such
ia thing as a woman being too good a
housekeeper.
lie said, "I have no very loving re-
membrance of my boyhood home. My
iolther was a scrupulously neat
housekeeper, and so much did she
nbhor a speck of dirt, or a room in
disorder, thaI I sometimes wished
that I was a boy doll, that I might be
dressed up and sit in u chair against
the wall, then I should not displease
my mother by coming on to the porch
with muddy shoes, and would be sat-
isfled to sit in a chair where it belong-
ed, without dragging it into the mid-
die of the floor before I could sit
down.
"I have often heard it said that boys
inherited the disposition of their
mothers, and girls their father, but
it surely was not the case with me,
and I no doubt caused her iany unt -
ices.tisary steps picking up and regu-
lating things thIat I llhal iui- l. 'ed. I I'
I Ilurt myself at play, I was told to
go back and try it gain, maybe I
would do better next timen, but never
one word of sympathy.
"She was an excellent took, and 1
llthi k slhe 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, O how we lodged for some ap-
proving or sympathetic word from
her.
"What she lacked in this respect,
was in a liensutre made tip by my
father. He was always ready to listenr
to our talk, tell us stories, or have a
romp with the younger, children. The
latter was very much disapproved b:,
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
honie 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 lMy hal
on the table instead of hanging It up,
as I should do." a
Now it seems to me, if our being
good hliosekeepers will cause our lov-
cd ones to dread coming home for
fear of disarranging things, it is time
we gave more attention to making
comfortable, happy homes, than to
s tcli scrupulous neatness that we
make all around us uncomfortable.--
Exchange.


A census was taken lately in Alge-
rio and it was found that the young-
est Arab married man was twelve
years old and that there were
many boys who were married at
13 and 14, while some at 15 years of
age had several wives. There is a
youthful Algerian widower of 15, and
divorced husband of the same age.
Girl, are still more precoclous, and
* are sometimes married when only 11
years old, though 1 laI the more usual
age. There are 189 widows of 15 and
1,170 divorcees of t4 same age.


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Travers grant .................... 41
Tmravers grant ..................... 41
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sU of nwi4 of ne book V p BO .....
no of nw%4 sw% of ne% and lots 4
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*%4 of nw'A ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... 1
part nw% of n'S book 1m p U18.. 1
part sw'S of nw ...... ......... 1
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to Palatka ..... .. .. .. ........ 1
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I to PaJlatka ..... ......... ........ 1
all block 13 Boardman's add to Palat-
ira ... ... ...... .. .. ... 1
par seI of ne% book. 1... ...... I
part sw% of se% book 8 p 198.......
w% of sw% lees 10 acres ............
part nw4 of ase' of ne% book a p
421 for 74 and 1897 ............... 2
part w% of se% ...................
so of se4 less acres ......... ....
se cor of w% odf s .. ... ... .......
n% of e% of so% and sw'4 of -s4
of 6% .. ... ..... ....... ..
wartt w'A of se1 book 8 p10 ......I
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lots 3 4 5 6 block and lots 4 7 8
block 4 Roberts' add to Francis .. 8
lots I and 8 block 3 Roberts' add to
F rancis.. ........ ..... ... ........
block 1 and s' block 2 Frncis .... 8
block 6 and wt block 6 Francis .... 8
blocks 7 8 and 18 Fr ocis............
port blo.,k 12 I'rancis ..... .........
rot in Be cor blook 14 Franos ....
part eel/ of sw4 book 13 p 244...... 9
part nwk of nw4 book 19 p 17 ....... 9
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rtrt w 'f r w'4 .. 9
w% of nw% of s%... ..............
6e0 of s8 % ... ... ... ... ... ........
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part e% of ne book 11 p 78 ........ 10
part 4% of nw% book p ..... 10
:% of swl4 of f" of nwA ......... 10
s of nw' of swS....... .. ... 10
part e% of sw% book 12 p US........ 10
part nw%4 of sw'4 of sw 4 and part
e% of sw% book 8 p 5106 ........ 10
unsold prt nw'S of nw%4 Wet P.-
latka ... ... ... ... ... ........... 10
all blocks 1 and Wost Palatka ..... 10
all block 2 West Ptlaktka ..... ..... 10
lots 6 7 8 block 6 West Palatka ..... 10
w% lot 1 block 17 West P&atka ... 10
a% lot 1 block 17 West Paltka ..... 10
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p 8 0. .... .. ... .. ........ 11
w% of se- of se%.............. 11
0% of noe of nwf of sw ... ..... 1
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nw%4 of nw% of nw'A................ 18
part sw4 of se4 book 8 p 476..... .. 1
part w% of sw14 book Np 499 ...... 13
n% of sw%4 of ne% ... ........... 14
part sw'A of sw'% book 2 p 64. ...... 14
part w% of ne% book 18 p 270........ .4
w4 of e'4 of neo4 of nw4 and a% 3f
nw% of nw% and part swl4 of swl4
book 14 p I13 ... ... ... ... ... ...... 16
neo, of nw% less 10 acres ...... 1"1
lot I book 12 p 152 and lot : ho Iot \
p 16 4 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ........ 1 1
part se]' of 's *sw4 of sw4 and
nw'S of sw% and v%' of nel4 of
sw % ..... .... ... ... ... 16
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part e% of neo of sw4 and e* of
se% of nwn4 part w14 of ne and
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seat less 24 acres to'Roberts ... .... 17
n% of neg of sw% of no%... ........ 17
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anwM of nw .. .. .... ..... ...... 19
sw' of nw% ... ... ... .. .. ........ S
w% of sw'4 and 99% of sw%........ 0
part se Beock homestead .......... 20
prt se Beck homestead ... ... .... 20
prt se Beck homestead ... ... .... 20
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*% of n t sw of w ........ 1
part sw' of no4 bokY p .....21
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sw% of sw4 of ne% book P p 220 21
0% of ne4 of ne ................... 1
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part He nande grant book R p 6S 1
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part lot .... ..... ... .. ...... ..... 5 1
part Jots 4 nd 6 book I p US ...... r1
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lota 1 1 I 6 I 7 and 1..................9 1
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I I lorldt Commerll Co.. 4
10 1 Q Brown Trustee ...
1035 1 rQ Brown Trute......
i Florida Comawoal o.,
10 Van Hottn & Baldwin..
S A W a J Wilklson .... ....
10 x I J W fatsley .... .....
10 10 HO la n .... .......... 100
1 5 is W H Mann ...... ........
TU 'ruhomnBros ............ 1
SIt 440 Q Brown trustee ...... 840
103 Sso Unknown ... .........1 n
10 110 W H Man ... .........
10 M 20 John Barry ... ........ H
10 10 lord Cmmerial Co..
10 40 Plant Invt Co.. .........
10 0 40 Florida Commerotal Co.. 17
10 5l 40 Unknown ......... .... .. 100
10 40 B F lRoberts argt........ 7
1 10 0 M Rhonmu .. .. ....8 1i
10 1 Unknown .............. .
10 so J W relkner Est .... IB
10 17 lorids Commercial Co.. 4M


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9 1.17
9 2M 2.3
10 0 6.5Wm McCabe & Co...... 59 5
10 3 2 Davis & Valentine ... ... 301
10 36 W Campbell ....... 117
10 26 4 CO Chase ............. 148

10 82 George Chase ...........
10 26 40 J A Rich ............... 1 00
10- o R JRild. .. ... ... ........ 116
10 26 1 M Kslly................. M

10 26 Webb & Nichols ........ 173
10 26 O W Bromwell .......... 287
10 26 GA Prescott ........ 1 30
10 26 8% J Hamberger .......... 1 71
10 26 4 Cash Taylor ... ... ... ... 1 41
10 28 69 Pat Cunnelly ... ........ 243
10 26 Hrs John Thompson .... 3 45
10 26 12-3 J T Baxell ... ... ....... 100
10 26 35 Wade Jones ... ... ...... 456
10 26 1% H Bazell ...1...... ...... 00
10 20 80 F Q Brown trustee ..... 1 03
10 26 6 8 A Richards ... ... ...... .1

10 26 B F Roberts Est ... ..... 2 88
10 26 Henry Peterman Est ... 1 01
10 26 Unknown ... ... ... ..... 87
10 26 Florida Oammercial Co.. 1 67
0 26 F Q firown trustee ...... 1 43
0 M J JJ Padgtt ... ... ... .. 5fi
0 2M E Patterson ........ ... 1 72
0 2', Mrs E T trnmn .. F7
0 26 1% J Browning ... ... ....... 1 1
0 M 40 F Q Brown trustee .... 1 00
02 10 8 E L Moore... ........ 172
0 3 SO A H Haskell............. 87
0 3 40 Unknown .............. 100
0 26 Dennis Cooper ... .. .... I7
0 M 4 J W Purcel ... ......... 1 41
0 2M 25 S 8 Boles ............... 172
0 K 5 R R Perkins ......... 7
10 M 20 F Q Brown trustee ...... 58
10 M 5 David Reese ........... 41
10 26 27 F W Hutchins ... ... ...37 12
10 21 6 J W McLaury ... ... .... 345
10 x W CC Ball... ......... 7
10 M J H Payne ............ 1
10 BF own ... ... ....... 7
10 M W H Branch ... ... ....
10 26 Miss E Preston ..... ... 44
10 26 Unknown ... ... ... .... 103
10 26 20 John Mungeon ... ... ... 172
10 28 5 C Rivers .. .... ... ..... 100
10 M 80 Palatka Land and Grove
Co .................. 1194
10 23 10 John McGll Est ......... 2 43
10 M I John Voes ........ .. 1 15
10 2 25 E R McKeen ............ 315
10 26 20 Peter Peterman Est .... 172
10 26 15 Hardy & Wyman ... ... 3 15
10 26 6 B Peterson ... ... ........ 58


T C Merrill ............ 2 08
Jack london ... ... 141
L C Stevens ... ... ...... 345


10 38 110 B F Roberts Est... ... 878
10 28 10 L C Weathersbe ... .... 316

10 28 75 Carl Holtsang ........ 516
10 X 136 Leonor lvin .. ...... 456
10 23 5 BL Stevens ...... ... .. 7
10 26 40 J B Holmes............. P7
10 26 40 L o Qrrett ... .........
10 26 40 8 J Wailes ............. 7
10 20 0 B W Beck, ............ 172
10 2 7 W w Beeks ...... ...... 68
10 M 7 Carrie 1E Beeo ... ...... 58
102 7 M Becks ......... ....
10 28 i Ch" ryvra.. .... ... .
10 M 10 L J Arnold ... .......... 173
10 26 10 R L Arnold ... ... .. .... 58
10 8 7 J H Ellma ... ... ......... 3 15
10 26 D B Wllis ........ .... 201
10 M 2 Mrs F M Fraster ...... 456
10 28 0 L J Arnold ............ 24
10 28 0 Mos. MItchell ... ... ... 24
10 2 40 F Q Brown trustee ...... 100
10 26 RJRiles .............. 100
10 26 August Crawford .... .. 44
10 26 Ne Austin ........... 44
10 26 Jack WUlams ... ... .... 58
13 28 8 B M Vary st.. ........
13 218 217 F Q Brown trusts ..... 3l
10 2 MI F Q brown traatee ... 52
10 26 1 Unknown ... ... ... 87
10 26 478 0 W Becks ... ... ....... 710
10 M8 613 Florida Commenrcal Co.. 8 10
10 16 80 Joselyn & Taylor .. .... 143
10 644 Florida Comamerclal 'o 7 0
.) 3L E B BThompson ......... .15
0 2 U Mrs R C Fenton ........ 911
10 M 8 Unknown ............. 44
10 28 H F Morton .. ..........10 3
.0 27 80 JD Hagan ............. Ai
0 27 200 Sarah P Darby Est ..... '315
0 27 1% James Randolph .. ..... 58
0 27 81 C F Hooksten ........... 98
10 11 C H kosher ............ 100
0 27 1 Mnrah PDt P E b .... 14
10 V Sa ahPshPDarby ..... 40

0 V W A RIchn ... ...... .... 4
0 10 Am MItchen .......... 100
0 17 M J A Rtohe .. .... ... ..... 14
0 17 0 AC Taylor ........... 148
d ing n .........I

0 IV F A Simmons trusts .... I32
0 17 1 HH B Poet ..... ... ..... 100
0 :1 W hrah P Darb yEt .... : I!
0 V7 10 Mo r C Litobld ... ..... 100
SV = P Darby Et ...... 31
O V 14 L ItZ ... .. ... ....... '
0 7 T% Pete RItbriadso .. ..3 143
0 3 F B E ike@ ... ... ......... 100

SV J W4 ......... ...
if V y j Wal
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*.. ... ... .........
lo of t John ier .. ... ......
pan loti o0 adk Johs riT r .. .....
part lot 3 of t Johns river ......

Gp o ... ... .. ... ..
part lot I of St Johns river book 10
0 p M ... .. .. .. ... ... ... ..

part lot an of ot John rivr ive
pTt lot 1M e a *t JAon river book
18 p I ... ... ... ... ............ ......
w X1 aorm of nw of nwJ4 and swy
of osw .. .... ..

part nw% of *sw books 16 ud M p

part nw% of nw% book V p ia......
part w ... ... ... ... ... .............
part lot $ at John rivr .. ......
part lot lo1 t John@ river .........
* part lot 4 book 4 p 417 w% of e% of
lot and 0% of w of ot .........
Prt lot 6 book 14 p M ... .......
ractl nwl w oat t Johns rtver....
lot 4 and w of t Johns river ....
part lots 7 11 and all lot 41 and part
of John Dix permit e St Johnm
river ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ....
s prt lot 3 w of 8t Johns .. .......
lot 4 w t Johns river .. ........
part lot 1 w St Johns river ..........
part lot Lbook p 11U...........
t book il I ...*... ............
Pwt flummerw a ..ant .. ..........
part eummeraj grant ... .. .......
undlviged % int In Hart property
ae acre ... ... .. .. .. ..........
undivided % int In 9 acres known as
Fry ploce ... ... ... ... ...... ......
part Woodruf grant book 11 p 152..
part Woodruff grant book 12 p 670....
part EntraJgo grant book 27 p 415..
part Wiggins grant book P ...
pert Wiggins grant book 14 p 147 .
part Wiggins grant ..........
part Wiggins grant book L p 698 and
book M p 29 ...... ....... ............
part Wiggins grant ........ ........
part Wiggins grant book IS p 47 and
book lb p 693 .. ... ............
part Wiggina grant bal. Helser Est
part Wiggins grnnt ttc I' Piage 118
part Wiggins grant from Barrelle ..
nw% of sw .......... ........
nw% of ne' ...... ......
ew, ol Rw l4 ..... ...... ........ .
10 cres of n 1 of w% of seV* ..........
ee0% of ne% less 2 acres e 13 of w%
of sw% of se. ................
sw 4 of se% .. .... ...................
8% of nw% of sw% ..............
ne of sw 4 ......... ..... ....
w o ne 4 ... ... ...
nw% of 1 % ..... .............. .....
lot 25 .......... .......... .......
lot 11 ......... .... .... .. ... ........
sw 4 of so% ...... .. .... ............
nw% of e4 e of nw and w of
ne' of ne% '.'.'.'.'.'. .. ....
sw% of neV, w% of Bse% e of nw
me% of se% ....... ..............
e 4 of ne% neo of se5 and sw% of
nwV ....... .. ...... ................
nw 4 of nw..'. se], of nw% ne% of
swV nwV5 of seo ............. .. .
ne of an s f se ..........
14 of neY see% of nw% and nw. of
nw% d w of sw ..........
nwV4 of ne% and ne% of nwl ........
lot 10 .
lot 7 20 .... .... ... .... .....
lots 15 16 24 and 25 ...............
lots 2 and 3 .... ...... ..............
lots 4 8 9 10 11 12 and 14 to 21 inclusive
s% of lot and 6 ......................
lot 24 ................ ....
lo t 25 ...... ....... .......... ... ..
e% of neV swl,, of ne% ne% of swV
nwV' of nw 4 ..... .... .............
n% of ne% ....................
n% of nw% ...... ...... ......
ne% of nwV, and sli of sw% .... .....
ne of nek .....................
sel4 of nw .. .. ..... .......
nw 4 of nw and sw of asw........
w% of se4 of ne% less 3 acres ........
2 acres In nw corner of sw4 of ne4
swV% of nw% se% of ne4 and e% of
swVA of ne, ..... .... ...... .......
se% of se% and sw% ...............
nw5A of ne% n% of nw%4 ... ......
nl of t sw% of nw% .... ..............
s% of sw1 of nwa ............ .......
ne% of neV and n,4 of se% of nw% ..
nwV5 of so of that part In Putnam
County .... ..... .... ...... ......
sw4 of ne% ne% of nwiA and n% of
e% of nw'N swt of neo%...........
5se of noe ...... .... ................
w 'j of nwV ... ... ... ... .. ... ...
n% of n lo and lnw% of sw%........
1 lots 1 and 14 ....... ....... ..........
lot 2 .. ......... ..............
lots 22 and 25 ......................
lot 13 ........ .... ... ...........
lot 2 ..... ......... ... .......... ...
lots 7 and 8 and fractional lots 14 17
lo t ...... .... ..... ............ .
lot I
n% of nw y. .. ...... ...... ..............
nw% of sw% of nw% ................
n% of me% and n% of nw .... ......
se"4 of nw% .... ...... .... ..........
ne14 of swV of nw% ............
8% of ne4% nwV, of sw and ne4 of
s e.. ............. .. ..........
sw 4 of sea of ney ..................
s% of se of seo ofne% and neV of
ne4 of se e0% of nw4 of ne% of
e4: ..... ... ..... ... .
swV4 of ne less 10 acres ......... ...4
5 acres In se corner of sey of nw%
w% of se1o of nwy leos acre ....
ne%4 of sw% ....................
sw% of nw% and nw% of sw% ......
net4 of nwt4 and nwk of neo .... ....
nw 4 of nwv4 ........ .... .... ........
w% of nwV4 nwV4 of swV4 less I acre
se% of s % ...... .... ........ ...
so4 of ne'4.... ... .. .. ......
n, of se and sw% o ek ..........
no4 of swn4 se w of *w% ...........
sw of ne and nw. of iw ......
se% of sw ... .... .........
so of Y .....
sy of nw% sw% of Ms no% of se%
all ne% except sw% of ne%..........
w of nw ...
sw otf se end n of sw ........
n o of sow ....... ....... ..............
ne and se of nw4 nw4 of M,%
sw ,of sw4. .......... ... ......
n% of nos swa of ne% ee% of nwi4

ot i. .. .........
w% ot M ........................
e of swe sw of n* and n. of
.w o '.'.'.o.'':::.. ': :::::.::
sw wf. e. nw of .......
of M% Ms of ne74 wa of nw'o
t t. nw& 4 a of se w' % of
1 '


s of a ....... ........... ......

of swo ....... .................
Sofw S. ..% of 1w. *w

Sots ::::..........-.........


4 11 24
4 11 14
4 11 24
4 11 24
4 11 24
4 I11 24
4 11 24
5 11 24
11 24
S11 24
7 11 M4
7U 24

11 24
11 24
811 24
8 11 14
9 11 14
S11 24
11124
S11 124
10 11 14
S 11 24
11 11 ,4
u 11 34
1I 11 34
LI 11 24


11i E P Hiser Est ........ 1478
10 B T Blliner ............. 100
40 J W Button .............
11 Julia B Haslett ........ 517
27 Mrs J H Steong ....... 315
8h C W Wheeler .......... 171
SArche McCallum ...... 1 71
1 Jordan Zinunerman .. .. 71
F A Simmons trustee .. 2 48
8 First Universalist Sode-
ty of Rochester N Y... 7 6
9 D W Thompson ......... 1 30
1E K Jenkins ............ 100
T A Darby .... .... ..7 3
666 Sarah P Darby Est ...... 42
8 J B Dunn .... ........... 697
A D Huntley ...... ...... 00
Mrs J Spink .. .......... 14 48
28 Almond l1arrell ... ... 1194
5 0 Austin .............. .. 3 15
6 Peter McMasters ..... 486
I00 P Helser Est ......... 466
6 A A Flemming .. ........ 43
5 Norris Guernsey ... .. 1 72
40 F Q U rown Truftee ...... 1 00
40 Henning Land & Invt Co 1 00
40 Florida C & Pen Ry Co ., 1 00
10 8 D lHollister.... ........ 1 00
46 R W Vanse ............. 2 02
40 Henning Land & Invt Co 1 uO
10 Unknown ................ 158
40 Henning Land k Invt 'o 1 00
40 Unknown ...... ........ 1 00
40 Florida C & PRy o .... 1 00
40 Florida C & P Ry Co.... 100
40 Lafayette ood win ...... 172
40 Henning Land & Invt Cao 1 00
40 Edwd Wright .. .......... I 0
200 Henning Land & Inrt Co 4 14
40 Unknown ................ 1 00
200 J C Skinner .... .......... 4 8
120 Unknown ... ....... 2 73
160 W Moody.... ........ 3 4
120 Unknown .................. 1 43
40 Henning Land & Invt Co 4 N
40 Henning Land & Invt Co 1 00
80 F F Dowey .............. 1
40 J lISampson .... ...... 4
1234 Henning Land & Invt Co 243
160 Unknown .... .... ...... 1
80 Jane Bryan .............. 172
596 Henning Land & Invt Co 10 23
40 W 8 Moore ............. 4 56
40 W L Davis ...... ......... 100
40 J A Davis ............... 1 00
160 M D Watson .............. 257
40 Unknown ............... 1 00
F E Russ .... ........ .... 3 1
80 Henning Land & Invt Co 1 72
120 Henning Land & Invt Co 2 43
'40 Unknown ..... ......... 1 O
40 Henning Land & Invt Co 1 00
80 Unknown............... 1 72
17 J C McGregor ........... 1 72
3 D R McGregor .......... 58
100 Mrs Julia Livlngston .. 27
200 Henning Land & Invt Co 1 84
120 Henning Land & Invt Co 2 4
20 A W Lawton.......... .. 87
20 P C Woodruff ........... 87
60 8 W Moody .... .......... 43
40 Henning Land & Invt Co 87
240 Henntring Land & Invt Co 4 86
120 Edwd Henderson .. ...... 2
40 P C Woodruff .......... 1 00
80 J F Dean................. 243
120 Unknown ...... ......... 43
80 Baxter Shumwell .. .. .. 15
40 B S Henning ............ 1 73
84 Henning Land & Invt Co 1 71
40 Jesle Snipes ............1 43
40 Geo Cochrane .... ........ 1
140 Henning Land & Invt Co 2 41
40 P C Woodruff ............ 100
80 Henning Land & Invt Co 1 72
160 Unknown ................ 15
10 John Abrahamn .. ........ 58
160 F A Hill ................ 3 15
40 J J trickland .......... 100
10 A J Matohett ...... ...... 8
160 L G Burrows .. ......... 46
10 ,B Sanburn ............. 58

20 John Abraham ........ 203
0 F M Matchett .......... i 72
4 C Hemingway ........17...
40 1 M Hemingway ......... 1 43
80 L A Henmmlngway ..... 1 71
80 H R Roberts .. ......... 3 15
40 W C Snider ...... ........ 10
114 W D Combs ...... ........ 3 15
40 Henning Land & Invt Co 1 00
40 W D Combs ... ......... 100
120 Mrs E P Moody ........ 2 48
0 8 W Moody ............ 172
20 Lee Morgan .... .... .... 1 43
4 J W Hewitt ............. 11
40 Alice K Groover ...... .. 100
40 Jacob Powers .......... 100
140 Unknown ..............4 8
80 F QBrown Trustie ...... 1
10 JW Wood ....... ...... 24
38 Amos Parramos .. 171
0S Frank Morgan .. .......... 14
10 Unknown ............. V
240 Unknown .............. 4MN
120 Hennln Land & Invt Co 2 4
0 A W LAwton ............ 100
80 Unknown ................ 1 72
10 Unk own .............. 84
0 A W Lawton .... ........ 100
80 P C Woodruff ............ 17

80 Unknown ... ... ... ..... 74
140 Unknown ..............8 4
110 B W Moody ... ... ....... gi
40 Unknown ................i
0 AJU r sr ...... '... ..
S J Groove ........... 1


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10 M 1f 0 F A aulsbury ... ... ... U
10 t7 Unknown ............... 171
10 4 John A P y ............
10 37 5 Nol Thiurman ...... ...
10 27 I Prinoe Oooper ..........
10 V1 1 C K Fleminng.. ......... an
10 17 1 tla Asid .............. 117
10 17 S J Murry ....... ........ 1
10 7 V 6 Unknown ..............
S1 17 10 PriorPost ............. .I
10 27 0 Unknown ..............I i
10 17 7 Mose Anthony ... ....... 201
10 17 14 Jacob Floyd .. .. .... 4
10 7 -- King .. "- -. .. 112
10 ST D. J M Mrriln ... ... ...:.:. 17
10 7 1 Peter oRichardso, .. ..... 100
10 2 t Tony Smith ........ .. 10
10 17 1- Mrs J Williams ...... 954
10 37 i Nand 0 Ferow ........ 4
10 7 H M Dalton ... ........ I
10 17 J H Warren ... ... ... .. 57


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nof ne % of nw w% of .w
Od n of w ..................


wiof nw ,% of sw ............
n o t sw ...... .... .. .... .... ...


.; ..... ...............

e of swt ....... .................
a d n of of ...... .. ..............

Sofse% and on of sw% ........
t n of n n Putnm County
nw ofn n Putm County ..
w% of nwA........
of se% and o W se o .
npao nwf% nn Putnam County...
wT n of nw Itn Putnam County ....
w% of nw and wa .......... .......
no% and oe of soe ...... ..........

Sares in ne% of sw .................
M of sw ...... ............. .
nV of swi ....... ........ .. .. ...
soI of nw% and n4 of ne% .........
e o f e .... ...... ..
ne% of ne ..... ................
lots 1 2 and n% of lot 3 .............
s of sw% w% of se% ...............
s4 and nwl less lots 15 16 17 and 1
and s% of sw% of net, .... ......
n% of sBe and n. of see4 of se%
lo t 32 ........ .. ..... .... ....
n'4 and nl' of sw and sw'/4 of sw%
et/ of notj of sw of sw .........
Se of lot 7 and noe of lot 10 .....
e of lot 10 ...... .. ..... .....
neA of seo of sw ...... .......
no% of sw4 of e ,
lot 3 and n 16 acres of lot 4 hook 1
p 258 .............. ....
lots 1 3 4 Tess 10 acres and lot 2 bool
B page 457 ...... .... ....... ... ..
part nw%4 of se ........ .......
se'/ of se ............... ......
part nw'4 of se% d... .... ......
n% of ne% of ne% of sw'i and s 3-M1
of se% of seA of nw4 ..........
2 of ne'o of ne% of qw' ..........
Sof e 1-3 of a' of nel4 f sw ..
n of e 1-3 of 9a' of ne% of sw. ..
n. % of ne% .. .. .. ... ....... ..
fraction w of St Johns River ..
lota 4 and 5 in ne .............
*lot I ....... ........ ... ....... ... ... ..
e% of sw4 of swl4 of w .......
part lot 2 ......... ...............
fe of se% of ne4 of seV%........
w part lot 4 ......... ......... .. ....
swY4 less 15 acre to Marsh & Har-
nett ................... ...... .....
e of nw% of se% of sw% ...........
lot 5 block 23 Sisco .................
w% of e of neo and ei of w ol
ne ... .. .. .. .. .. ..
neV tof sw% sw% of seA and e4 ol
se% of asw% .... \ ..... .
aw 4 of sw 4 ....... ...............
v% of sw14 of sw% of nw% .... ......
m 12-15 of e 5-20 of as of Aw4 of nwY
in sw corner of asw of nwK ........
w% of sw% of nw .... .......
% of n of nw of nw ............
In e part of e'l f se'4 of ne% ..
In% lot 1 .......... .... ..........
sl of lot 1 ... ............ ......
e'4 ot ne1 qwl of nw% of nel4 and
n01 of 9s4 of nw4 of nel and e%
of sw'4 of nel4 n%o of se% of ne'
less 2% aers nw'4 of se4 of sRe
of n e% ........ .... ..... ........ ..
sel of ne% ...... .. .. .. .... .....
w 8-10 of nw'4 of nw'4 of sw' ..
w% of nw%4 ........... ...........
w% of swI4 of nw% of se% nw% of
net of se .... .. .......
e of nw4 of ,e%...................
part J M Tiernande grant w St
S' Johns ..... .... ... .. ........ .....
part J M Hernandes gTant w St
Johns ..... .... .. ...............
part J M Hernandes rant book

page 20 ...... ... .. ... ...........
part J M Hernandes grant .......
start J M Hernandes rrmnt ......
17i acres of Broward grant ........
lot I ..... ............ ..........
lot I ... ... ... .. ... ...... .....
9ot I ........... .. .... ...... ............
lot 6 ....... ..................... .......
lot 1 ......... ... .................. ..
a% of lot I and s ....... ... ...
i% of swI of nw% ..............
part% of nw% book p ..........
nwk of W% of nel .... .... ............
i 4 acres of lot and a 5 1-3 acres of

4 acres ofn% of lot 1 and S 5 acres of
n. "r of w% of nw% ................
n 1- cre of ot 1 and 40 acres of
w% of nw% ...... .. ....... ...........
part% of w% book 10 p ..........
w o nw o .. .......
-Ht wU of hey." ook 14 8 ....
0% of of sw o nw .........
wi of nwy4 of sw% of swl4. .......
nl of w4 of rwK of aw%4 .........
s and n of A of lot 1 .........
M I i1i W ii 'i0 l' .',''i 'i"M'i
Survey of Broward rmnt ..........
lot I1 BIis survey Broward gret ..
alt pa lot In Puteam oounty..
......and ....0 ......................


Sot 1 pIvt wrvoy... ......
at pr twof survey ...............
lot 13 prltva eMonWy..............
lot 86 I private survey ...... ........
"lot 4 1rlvte surve. ....... .........
t m an1W prit a*r ........
Sot 14 prvtoe urve... ...........
ot an rate survey ...... ......
ot 48 private survey..... ......
Oot Iprlvate survey ...... ... ......
tot* 78 n t private urvey.... .......
S prvte survey ...... ......
Sts private aurve .... .......
1t Kin private survey ............
1 private aure y ............
4 a ofWi nw% of nw ........
11 40 of w of nw ...............
K of noiof nw% 1-lacri .
sOof s rn ofne'... ....
w .tn4 of ne%........... ....
c u o In fromH 8i llonerW ...
K sw% of sw4 of nw ............
W ow% of M of nw% uand e%
of % o(wt of nw .'.........
pw .oyw 2 arie of sri of aw'w




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S Unkno .... ............ l
0 W Townody .......... 4

SR L Ruth ..............
a D B own ...... ........
.H W .oh ............ 1
M Unknown ...... ........

MO WllMMa Mter .......... IT
IOO Henln Land i Invt Co 4 1
0 Ubknown .... ... ......... 1
40 Un na unI ............ 10
SA. W wton ............
4 W Moody .............. 10
40 Mr Bi P Moody .......... 10
40 BJ Neher........... .. 1 0
130 JB Matohtt.... .......... 2I
40 Unknown ................ I 0
40 R R C I ..... .........
80 C M H wlett ............ 1 1
40 Mrs E P Moody .......... 10
2 F Q Brown .............. 8i
240 Florida Commercial Co., 1 8
I 0 Unknown .... ............ 4
10 J E Sherrouse .......... 2 5
5 Unknown ........ ..... 4
40 FlorIda Commerclal Co.. S
40 F Q Brown Trustee ...... 7
0 J k Graham ... ........ 41
120 J E Sherrouse ............ 3
80 Florida Commercial Co.. 1 41
4 A W Lawton ...... ....... 8
193 Florida Commerclal Co.. 31
120 Unknown ................ 2
470W H Whetstone .......... 7 I9
100 J W Pinner ........... 1 72
7% W A Wilson .............. 4
450 Florida Commercial Co.. 67
5 E and H A Brown .... ..100
30 8 E Smith .... ......... 1 7
10 C I M oore ..... ......... 43
10 T F Strobel ............. 1 00
10 8 H F iaes ........ ... 1 72
.W Unknown ... ...... ..... 3 45
139 Wi Btokes & Son ...... 3 45
15 C M etcal .... ......... l O
40 J Iteynolds .... ........ I ""00o
5 3 E Metcalf .. ......... 2 43
1 W W Loft ... ...... ....
6 L C Thomas .... ..... .... 7
1-3 R 11 Crosby ... .... ....
1-3 J B Boland .... ...... ...


26 40 James liedle .........
26 81-3 Unknown .... ........
26 20 Otis Jones ... ............
21 226( Graham n& Calhoun ......
26 Sophia Mecks ............
26 9 Mrs J P Whitney ...... .
20 5 Lula Dotson ... ..........
26 10 J P Lamb ............ ....
2 146 William Lee ..........
26 6 Jno Harnett ............
2i 21% L H Lovering .... .......
26 80 Mrs M F McClure .. ...
26 1001 E S Robinson .......
26 40 WV C Barron .. .........
26 5 M M Harris ............
26 12 Joseph Wells ..........
26 5 Thompson & Dickerson..
26 20 Florida Finance Co......
26 10 E Griffin .. .............
26 3 II P B Thompson .... ..
26 30 Unknown .....
26 20 Mrs Kate Pemberton


1 00
58
100
4R6
1 43
1 00
87
100
600
100
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4 14
4 86
2 43
2 83
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3 If
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34 11 26 Mrs E Gaston .......... 4
35 11216 40 W C Barron .... ........ 200
35 11 26 (I Alex Fortin ............ 58
36 11 26 80 W C Barron ............. 4 56
11 26 15 H A Curtis ............ 103
36 11 26 20 Florida Finance Co ...... 58
37 11 6 20 A J Smith ... ..... .....8
37 11 26 7% J H Smith ... ... ... .... 1 78
39 11 6 23 GS & J T Thompson ... 10 5
30 11 26 M Ida B Harris ........... 6
3 11 26 40 Harris & Henlon ........ 1 42
29 11 16 9 Fred P Allen ...... ...... 17
41 11 s1i Unknown ..... .... 4 ..
A 11 27 75 Unknown ....... .....
7 11 2 7 3 Unknown .... ...........
1t U 7 Unknown ..............
S 11 27 1 Unknwn .. .... ............ 7
16 It V J C Or ley ... .......... K
S 11 27 s8E 8 Ronson... ........ 1 4
S 11 27 0 E F Curtis .............. 100
38 11 27 7 J E Clow ................ 173
S11 7 20 Clarmence Avery .... ..... 171
3 s lofi to) MOClardy .. ....... I so
3 11 27 6 MrsM. U L Slaughter ... 48
I 11 27 1 Mrs B A Hickman ... ... 562
S 11 27 66 D M Stewart .......... 4 86
311 27 14 HJ& J Barlow .......... 697
I 11 10 H 8 COaIdewood ......... 115
3 11 27 H A Curtis .... ......... 248
3 1 t I2 6 Alice North ............
32 11 27 5 Baxter Mart ...... ....... 100
S 1127 5 Goeo H Mle ............ 243
S1 22 1 L L L-armon .... .. .: 4
4 11 318 E 8 Roa no n ...... 14
36 11 4.60 Mrs C B Shea ... ....... 56
40 11 27 37 Pulaski Broward .. .. .. 7
40 11 V10,.31 Walter Cameron ........ 100
12 4 rs J.Haaym .... .. 100-
l X too a o eo1". 12
A1 1 1e ?J .on"dar'Ld& Iavto i
11 15 N M0 Unknown ................ 43
12 i 16 Unknown ................ i
I13 z1 10 Pa m. I .nvt.n.t Co ... 7

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g0 r Iof nw% of ne ...... ............ 15 M 1s 0 e ..
o oof and of. swo .o ............ 1 S 6r ...
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4 of 1o Ki1by subdivision sec0ona 90
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S and 7................................ 1 2 ...o n S ...a
S*oftw~oftwotwl ..sw ... .... it M 1 D L Morgan ....
S lot 1 Kiryd7 private o sur tiy o nw
n od nw ......... ............... ..... .... 11 10 B H o 0 H PoW l

l4 ot 3 KKirby subdlvlsion seoutons 1
S and 37.......... .... .. ............ 12 26 4 John tewa ...
S lot 17 Kirby sub-divisilon sotionse 1
and 37 ............. ............... 12 26 l Henry Wia ir .
7 lot 18 Kirby subdivilon sections B
S and 3 ... ...... ...................... 12 20 W1l .lam flSanchez
i lot 1n Kirby subdivison sectlons 1
S and 37 ...... ...... ............ ...... 12 28 5 Polly tewarw t ...
Slot 3 private survey.................. 2 12 2 4 5 John Owen ....
Sot 5 private survey............... 12 6 L H Pollock ....
n% of nw n% of of f nw% A... 3 12 26 0 la Studwell .
n% of se% t .................... 12 8 V L Bree ....
nw% of e% of e% .................... 12 16 10 Martin La Bre .
ne o ofse f 4 % ..................... 2 12 2 0 Mrs A E LaBre
i w% of ns% and s of e% of nw% .. 4 12 6 0 S J Hogg ...... ..
I swvr of nw and n% of en% of nw% 24 12 28 60 J S McKenlAj ....
S ne4 of sw ....... .... .......... 4 1 29 40 Florldn Finance (
n% of s, of sw of sw4 ........... 12 26 10 M Arohbald ....
S n'i of of f nwV of 8w'4 book 3I p
1M ...... ............................ 24 12 2, 10 J C Greeley ...
S e 15 acres of ne4 of ne4 and e%4 of
Se ofnw% of nw ......: .......... 12 26 Lucy J 'uker ..
1 Pof ae% of nw4 .................. 25 122 2 2 a A mit ....
w of tse4 of nw ............... 12 26 20 John Wingate ...
2 acres in se corner of nw of nw 2 12 2 2 J A Austin......
Sofse ..................... X 112 80 E H Stearns....
S lot 1 Iindley subdIvl lon .......... 26 12 2X 7 Mrs 31 A Bcott ,
lot 2 Lindley sub-dlv ... ... ........... 12 26 4 Ml 1H W Varnur
%of se.4 and s of n/ ofs 4...... 26 12 2 120 Alfred Rodd ....
In 1 acres of lot 2 eof river ... .. 6 12 26 15 J C Greeley ....
ScomTencing at ow corner of Austlns
land a 2.37 chains e 14.80 n 8.39
chains w 3.49 chains s 6.M0 chains
w 3.2 chal ns part lot ............ M 13 5 A W Farnum..
commencing at Austins land a 14.10
chains s 2.28 chains w 16.94 chains
n 2.32 chains commencing 34.23
chains n of e corner of wa w
15.22 chains ne 6.28 chaIns e 16.45
chains a 5.77 chain part lots I and
4 e of river.......... .. .......... M 12 2612% C M hnt ...
ne% of sw4 andnw% of% .... .... V M 26 0 Unknown ........
part ef' of sw% of ne% book 31 p 3 12 2 Pa 6 H B Rchilia .....
nw% o ose4of nw% .... ......... 38 1326 10 L Thomas ....
I n of w 4of nw% ............ .... 1 26 10 W C Roy ......
10 acres of nwh of se ............ 1 10 Norwlk Muk Cc
w% of oe e of sw % of sw% of sea
and seV of se% leess 2 acres .... .. I 12 26 96 N L Owen .... ....
e% of nw% of ne4 of no% ......... 92 28 H L Thoma .. .
ae of w% of seA of ne. ........... 12 26 10 B H Hurtlet .....
ne%, of ne% of nw4 and ne% of ne%
se of ne 4se% of nwA of neo ,1 -
and w/% of nw4 of nw of ne%.... 29 1 26 27 W C Roy ... ... ..
e o of nw% of nw% of ne% wn of
nws4 of ne ne % and l% of Bse4 .
of w% of nw ................. 12 26 1 A J Hannerson ...
Sw of e of ne% of se .... ...... 212 26 10 Unknown .... ....
nw% of sw% of nw4 ............... 12 26 10 D Btey ..
w% of sw% of se% of nw%. ........ 3012 26 W W Hahaway.
n. of sw 4ofswof sw f sw % .......... 3D 12 26 5 T W D Washburn
n% ofne% f swof w .......... 12 26 6 Parker .... .
sa sof ne of sw of 0wW ........ 30126 6 WPBradstreet ....
Sne of ne ofe .. ........... 30 12 10 Johnson & Stepher
a 4 acres of n% of ne' of ne4 and
se-t of nw% of ne% less 6 acres and
e% of Bwt of ne% .......... ..... 1 12 26 3 G A Downin ....
e% of nw% of nwl4 ............... 31 12 6 10 A Reynolds .....
e% of e% ofnw% ................ 31 12 26 20 F A W in..
ne% of nw% ........................ Ua 12 26 40 Abble A Hutchins
8% of neV 1se4 of nw1 and ne%of
w. ... 8...2 ...... ........... a12 126 10 Whttney & Knight
nl. o nwd ,".... lo ,', .... ... ...... ... 1226 0 Unknown ... ....
e of se% ne% of nw4 and w% of
sw% ........... ....... ..... .. 12 26 140 Unknown ...... .
In w.corner government lot 6 ... 12 26 1 H Stern.... ..
w% of nw l.......... ........... .. 12 M 80 E H Sterns .....
part H S Dexter grant ........ ..... 1 2 26 70 D Wriht ......
part H 8 Dexter grant..........1. 7 12 2 Clue Oha ..s .....
part D Acosta grant ........... 123 14 1 Wlht & Stearns
prt D Acots great book 13 p 47.. 8 1 6 14 E H e ......
Sof lots 1 1718........ ........ 40 16 Unknown ......
t1 block ........ ... ... .. .... 40 12 26a N Mitchell ..
n of M Mitchell Triy grasn.bookJ
p 42 ...40 12 X 16 1 MU M ariinson ...
lots 4 ,810 il 14 18 13 sd. block 24
Try gra nt ................ .. 40 13 2 6 160 Studwell
lots 1 2 I block Tr great ..... 40 12 26 4 E wdwel ......
Iotm I andt block IS .. ........... 40 11 26 13 Goo H Siudwell.
lots land block ..... ... ... ..... 40 11 26 1 0 H StudwM ...
n of Reltse and of Swain Tra
tn. ......... .............40136 I J K napp ....
o ft7 I... .. ......... ......:" :::. a 12 V O y i B nm.
n o of en .a.... 8 0 J KX InOR....
e% of awr of o w of sw.. ....... I 12 t OM ......
w% of w of w 2 w ......... s 1 6 J B .n.
Pam nwt of twI.of w4t s w of ,I Ui M I C T 15S ... ...
pert nw% of sw1n of nw% of w 1 13 II gC A N ole
n ot nw s of w .... ........... 1 7 M ir Whdel....
anf mo
nw% of so% ...... .......... ........ 4 1 h2 tae ... .
t n onw book 14p I...... 4 13 3 O ar ........
Ct nwo% odsW10 acr ..... 4 13.. Mrs A Atorms....
o of n t w% ...... .... ..... .... 4 13 V 10 M B Oarter ...
wofnw oftw ... ......... 4 13 27 Cjolj M1 MV o

o fre d oofn %of tnw .... 6 13 10
nsacresoft a sofnw. 27 1 R Whte..
6omeortr 04 nw ............... 1 12 27 10C C Cowpo-w:"
3 of n*y. of no% and n% O"

nof ean n of na ......... I132 l U 1a M s0 i l....
l1 ot f .i n wn o a a* ,o an d 1 1 0 B7 o h W1 M a.......
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eof soetn Iof w w. of w% o7 e oh, W16127a mWt ..
ea or n of nwofon ...
w% ot fAe% w% of aw ...... ..O. 10 1 1 JR horror .......
w of neo%....... ............... 11 12 V 0 s uble
a?1 of n12 ...................... 11V 40 ...... Unknown.
e -13 of n 12-90of% of lota ...... 1327 8 EAmes. .........
lot 5 less part t Hubbard and others 1 12 27 1 Fourth & DingwI
nw of oe% n 17 acres of w% of n 1 F D0lw
of0.s% and n 7% acres of esiof0
ns :.of s% less 10 erm. to Ross
et9 o ftner aln......... 11 12271UItV Mrs R A (utkey..
e% 9 cr.es of 1sl arers.o**nw***
e ofoM4 ....... E1312 27 A MC AvQs ......
6 fares In sw corner of neo of s%.. 142 13 slump S1omoo ....
no% of noA nofs5%.:................ 4U13 10 MrAW M eKinnl
n20 flnejo, s3 esseIsere.......... 14 1 i s V I R Saunders.....
nW% ofno%............14 127 40 W A Pawl .....
w 4% acres o of s wof'o ..14 n a 5 Mrs Ruth Bacon.
e 3%aore of % ofise of neo%..... 14 27 HC Ide
o ne.oofsw sboo k18p n 1........ UH 13 S7 14 J EC r ..........

4 of nwi of nw% oa O fw and n%
ow. or nw% of nw%......... 1 13 10 o EMPiterce ...
sw% of6% ...................211327 60 Jand H J Barlow
a of ne of ne of n3I .........1413 5 Unkjown .........
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Sugar Beets.
It is passing strange that any one
should raise the question as to the ad-
sisability of cultivating sugar beets in
lluorida, wien other Industries that
have been demonstrated to be profit-
oible go undeveloped industries that
time and again have been referred to
Sin th(lie columns of Florida Facts and
other newspapers of the State.
Whether vuger beets can be made a
source of profit to Florida or not, ;s
oult a question for aerlous eonsideru-
tion while thousands of acres of the
est land in the world for sugar cane
lie uncultivated within the borders of
the Slate, and the demand for Florida
syrup and Florida sugar Is unlimited.
This everlasting hankering for
something to experiment with, while
other well tried and profitable indus-
tries are neglected Is well calculated
to make one weary, and no other peo.
ple on the surface of the globe would
throw away the opportuniltles that
surround Floridians at every turn, is
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,
,nd 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 *I our
hand awaiting further development.
What does Plorida want more than
sugar cane, tobacco and see Island
cotton, to make her one of the most
prosperous states In the Union? These
three industries alone if properly do.
veloped will yield more gold than the
newly disooveled mines of labor, and
lesn privation of all than Alaksa and
with less expene and makes life
worth living. And thea, what shall
we asy as to oranges, lemons, pineap.
plea and other seml-troploal fruits;
the products of our vegetable gar-
denas, our turpentine forest, fisheries
and other indestrlpe hlat 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 dis-
posed to avell themselves of the full
measure of prt#ll offered by a
generous soWl and e1lsat.-l'atla.


Artkut-Axq y" .R~.~ loets
Syou.? jetk-T8; wbt tt er I
W, to upw to rsq on, de asked


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cate"ih t44 'pau t ast fil by the

jarring, and they are thus collected
and destroyt At thi period, the
mature lseot In the form of a bee-
tie, Is at work isedl g on the leaves.
If let alone, the weal destruction is
begun sa the frtil is set, when algg
are deposited thereis In great num-
bers-It Is said at the rate of ten a
day by each female. Even n small,
private orchards It Is being found ad-
ventageous to resort to the spraying
of all fruit trees, and by many it will
be found equally convenient to use
this method of destroying these in-
Rects. A solution of the well-known
Bordeaux mixture and diluted Paris
green would be effective In this case
and would at the same time act upon
any fungus that might be present.
Many of our private gardens lack the
plum, one of the most delicious fam-
ily fruits, merely because of this lit-
tle difficulty, which isa really not as
great as is usually considered. The
advent of the Japanese varieties,
which have not thus for 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,
:ind it will be found profitable to gIve
a little care to them rather than soo-
riflee their good quallties.-Meeban's
Monthly,







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C. A I


THE TIMES-HERAD.


,rm of al,. te loi of the
home miit ble eoaldeva bWfo the
color of the awnslage i deold upos.
Uf larftre proot i freom hke
*eree aryl of the sua, then aiof th
fbloSuable )0a4e of taM sa d yeo4
may be aed without ar of a glmw
but U there Is no mueak sltel ta4,
then a dauket so.or, suak i &4r ad
pale gry, avy blue ,ad wht. oro
urownu aut ran, may be slted.
rteen is espolaM y grateful to the
eye., but some of tae new asepoluta
stripes er, perhaps, more showy ,
Many housekeepers now prefer the
rolling blinds ra..a, than Ltaeoid ex-
tension awaing on iron barn, but
where an appearance of widti is deo
aired the latter are deoldedly prefers-
ble.
oio make a plaza really livable
there should be some sort of ttoo0
covering, and for that purpose nota-
lag is prettier than a rug of Japanese
jute, wubch may repeal the coloring
of the awnings. One large rug is bet-
ter than several sma..er ones, as the
latter are apt to curl up at the corn-
ers, and so become unsightly in a
short time.
As to the furnishings, there should
be a long rattan couch heaped with
denim cover~u cushions; a small wiok-
er table or two, and a variety of bent
wood or basket chairs, all gf which
should be low and widetand eminent-
ly comfortable. The newest willow
chaired are in "th colonial style, hav-
ing a high back, with extended sides,
to protect the occupant from a
draught, and wide arms, furnished
with pockets, which are convenient
receptacles for book or magazine or
a bit of fancy work.
To add a touch of prettiness tlo the
whole, big palms in jardinieres should
be set abou., and one or two cheap
umbrella jars in blue and white will
be found useful as vases for the long
stemmed daisies and neld flowers,
with which the children are sure to
return home laden from dally rambles.


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and do not vary from It. Without
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nme a of swat d.. -of.. ... ... ...... ..
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es of nw' of nwS.... ... .........
a of no% of se of %w and *% ot
nw% of sw% of se... ........
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1% acres of se % of e* sook o p 1o
n- of seS of .. 0 of w%.

w ,fnw les 7 acrs to Judd and
f oot of neK Ies to Horr....
nW ofs0%se of nw'4ofuw'
and acres in nw of nO.......
se" of ne less% s6 orM ... ........
A% of M"A ...........................
w 14 acres of sw% of nw'%........
com 7 chains a of aw oor of nw
n Ml test e 4 feet a l feet w 41
feet book 3 p 841................
ef nw'4 of nD ....... ......
S of n% of s of a nwa of sw 1....
s' of nw' oft swA... .... .. ..... I
nw' of no% ofa nw .... ..............
c on Iacre o nwa of no%..........
3 of sw% of n : n IS acr esof a
1& or- of na of t w .......
n It aoeM of e I acres of t of
nw o... ...... ... .........
conwm 10 feet of nw oor of Me e
1815 feet T720 feet w 1 feet n 7 10
feet ... ... ... .. ... ... ... .........
lot 14 Kirby sub-div a'% of nw ...
e'at Iss 4 acres....................
wa of sw' of mo'..............
f a k no w ......
"of ner os el ..........
in seW ) 'boo S 1 a
AlpOf MP .O .................
no o t St of ignrwr plot book
w% ofs0 *o'nw% of nw 'andmw% uf
nw% o nw e of railroad book i p
Sbook 1 p41 ...................
w of s% of ... ..............
e S acre ne w of o ........
w o a or of Mai of s ofr-....
ne. of sm e es acr ..........
Iot Nswbold dower plot ... ... .....
lota 3 1 l d a of lot 1..............
lot 5 and n% lot 4 le inad sold to
butterr lPros ........ ........
part lots 4 anud 5 book 16 p 178......
part lots 4 and 5 book 11 p M24 ......
S 9t 1 and 14 Higgnbothamn plot
art sbw% of nwt .... ........
set of se1 ot nw and pa at
n 8 acres of w; of *U wow% o of
nw. and 7 aors *so of of



plot ....... ...............
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lot 1 Kirby ulb-di .. ... .........
ot 0 and 1 DaIn subdiv .........
lot 4 Worcester...... .. .........
Govt s lo 1 end I .... .............
lota 2 and 7 sub-div Govt lot 4 lot
I sub-div Govt lot 6... ... ..
lot 8 sub-div Govt ot 4..... .......
lot sub-div ovt lot 4 .............
lot 4 sub-lyUv Ov t l t purt lot I
sub-dlyOovt lot I.. ... .........
s% oa tv of no% and n M aorm of
% of -l ... ... ... .... ... ......
IotU 1 1 sad 1 M do of
lot I and w% Iota I id 16.........
lots 4 U 14 and *% of lot I end w%
of lot 1 private urvey ............
sowt W O .-a .. .. ... .. I
tot Kirby sub-div' rspIsland. -
tota 1$nd 14 'Fowl sub-dlv Dray-
ton o a d ... ... .. ...............
a% of tot 1 Towles sub-div Drayto

al and ... ... ... ......

lot MMVa n surveyy Cae I i
to... .. ..................
rnis Richard pant.. ....
lot 1 Mannlng oub-div #udMli
grant ... ...... .. .......
lot I Manning s &b-dr ub-di e ant..
in .- u. -'.v Tcudnlt .g: t.;
book ... ... ... ... ... ..... .
ktaffont Fla*u Hdoall gralt .. .
aw ecr of Dyke Place Hudnalg rant
stIoalan me oor of Gardner grant In
uo z grant....... ... .. .. .. 4
part Hudnall grant book I p 30.....
nw o me......... ......... ..
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12 27 5t
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Geo Altree ... ......... I0
I Setarr ... ..... .....

J D Bartlne ... ......... .
A Vandervert .......... M
A LMundy ............58
M and Lon .......... 1
B Goet0 .. ............ 44
Unknown ...... ....... 171
Fla Fince Co ........ 16
Sump Solomon ...... ... 100
Unknown ... ... ... ..... I o
Mrs Lu Smth ..... ...
Joe Braddock *...... ...:::
Fred Nolan ... ... ....... 78
F T Rutherford ......I t M
Las Nutting ........... 146
Adam Pruden .......... 141
L Thomau ............. 1 2
Je se Ro ..............
C Johnson ............. 71
Lovelace Broo ... ...... 2 4
B A Lowry .. ... ........ 100
Mrs Mary Robnson .... 4 NM
Unknown .. ... ... ...... 8 45
Mrs M J Robinson ... ... 100
Unknown ......... .... 1 71
C F Hortocn ............. 1 71

C J Patoh ............. 1 0
J R Tysn ... ... ...
J ""ulibury Br.. 10
J Saulsbury Jr... ... ... 1 T7
D Krby ............ 4
Mary J Smith .......... 141
J M Jenning .. ........ 617
J D BartUne ........... 101

Unknown ... ... ... .... 6 1
Unknown ... ... ... ..... M
F Q Brown ............. 818
Davis Washlnlton ... 1 00
H C P rInley ......... 109
Mrs J L Burton......... 1 4
L R Johnon ... ... ...... 1
D R Morrow ... ...... ..
I Barker .. .... ... ...... 01


13 F T Rutherford ........ 1 0
10 T McLae ... ......... I
8 Jake Lovell .. .........I T7
I M Slater ............. 1 0(,
0 Thoman Overstret ..... 8
40 J IP Rush .............. 1
120 J F Rush ............1.. 7J
lX M R A GUaatter ..... 921
10 Frank Gautler ... ... ...8 a4
10 E B OautiTer ... ........ 315
30 H A Cottell ........... 1 00
20 M A Turner ... .. ..... 1 72
12 J M Seeley ............ 4 14

10 J Booth ... ......... ... 80
I 1 B Hoyt .............. .8
40 C J M aps ... .......100
% Rebecoa Busby ........ 8
8 F Ames ... ... ........ 171
O 4pe .. ... ..... 171
o W B Dakin E i..n ...
SJoe H Green ... ... ..... 1 n1
6 Chu leymour ....... W
u1 Unknown ... ... ..... 17
17 W K Peroe ... ... ... ... 1 17
20 K D Pierce ... .. ... .... IIt
3 B A Beneon ........... 1
7 M L K PlerMo ... ...... 117
S6 CB Bevette .. .......... I T
IS G W B Dakin sat ...... 13 IS
s Leonard Dakn ... ... ..3 SI
0 W B Dakin Bat ... ... 100
15 Molonkey Bros ...... IU81
0 0 M Parker ... ... ...... 71
B A A WhitnAy ... ... .... I n7

i Michael O'Connor .. 2.. 2a
10M R G Cole Est ... ........ 1441
I Mrs E Bagtlett .. ... 4 16
6' Lomsrd Dakln ... ... .. 11
I E H ttern .. .......... 1M0
1 0 A lA Bro et ... ... .7
8 Joselh Htoki ... ....... I s
Pat oDwy .. .. ........ 1
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w oart lot 1 block 8 Palata
parttoIt S at JSacobs lu blook
9% of Wo 4btok a tka......
Scoart lot I blok N PIata .......
no coart lot 2 block 48 Palatka ......
'% of tlot 6 (5book x1 block Pa-
nw of w of lot 1 block Pi tka....


w prt lot b Lok e. ts a ... ......
nw or lot 1 btl k N PPalata .......

e't of lot 4 block 8' Paletka.....
S Pat lot blo lc k .. .........
lot lot block k 4 alatk..........
nt of lot o (6x blok 4 PaP.ks. t-
ot 1.blotk black... I S aatka..

Slot block U Palatka ......
lot I block Palatka ... .........
cent 1- of lot block 7 Pa.latka ....

s ot lotb w ldP block i Palatka .....
n% of lo block Palatka..........
Ol ot I block P alata ... ........
n alot b black 7 P tk ... ...ta.....
oat f block 67 Palatka... .....
no% o lot 6 block 18 Palatka ......
a of lot 4 block Paa P tka..........
n part lot 1 block M Palatka ......
part lot 1 block 6 Palatka .........
sI of lot I block 1 Palatka .........
lo of lot 4 block 8 Palatka .........
w of loert block 7 Palatka .........
nlt of lot w block 7 Palatka .........
e 1- lot block Palatka. ...........

o 1-3oflo b loc k 71 Pal Palatka........
na lot 87 block 71 Palatka ........
n leot o block n Palatka ..... ...

alt block 7 0 Palatka ......... ......
w 1-3 block Paatk 7Pala...ka ......
nw corner bloc k 4 Pa...tka ........
central lot w ande block 77 Palatka ..


lot 12 block 10 Palatka ..............
Sall- block 186 Palatka ................
all block 187 Palatka ..................
a 1-3 of block Pala tka ..............
all block 1 Pal tka ....1 ..1 8 .... ....
all block 104 PadItkN .... .........


all 1 o block 1 Palatka ......... ......
all blocks 15 Pad117 P ....


all block 6 d Palatka ........
lOt Ur block 13bo 1 Paltk ...... .
nw corner block 166 Palatka ........
lot I block I Pa latka ....t............
lot 1 and 2 block 168 Palatka .....
lo Intert In lot 3 bPock M Palatk
w 1- o lot lo1 ock 1P PPalatka ...,
lots 5 and 6 block 1 4 Palatka ........
s purt lot 3 block 166 Palatka ......
n part l ot block i Palatka ........
e ofblotk 1 block 17 Pal.tka........
n 1- bof lot 7 block 17 Palatka .....
lot 4 block 170 Paladtka .............
lot 6 block 170 P&latka ...........
lot 6 block 171 P latks .... ..........
S2-3 of lot 10 block 171 Palatka ....
alo 17b and 176 Palatka .........
all block 177 Palatka ..............
allt block 178 Palatka ................
all blocks 179 180 and P Palatka ....
all blocks Wh 18 184 1 1N 187 M and
lot 14 block 196 Palsat ........t ......
lot 13 block 1M Palatka ..............
lotl block IN Palatka ................
lot 6 block I Palatka ................
lot 10 block 3 Palatka .... ..........
central lot ne side block 36 Palatka
% of block 14 Paltk .. ............
lots 1i and 15 block 2S Palatka .. ....
lot 4 block 166 alata ..............
lot 8 block Palatka ............
lot 9 nd 10 block Palatka ........
all block M i and % block M Palat-


lots I U 11 block 7 Palatka .... ....
ne corner block M Pslatla ..........
central lot ld0 block M Palatka .
lot 100xe flot oNblok Palaotka ....
lot 10 and 11 block M Palatka .... ..
% block Palata, ...... ......
lot I and o block M Palak ......
lot 7 block M Palatka ..............
lot o ak M Pa .. .... ......
al block 0 and 311. Palatka ......
pnt center lot on oidf block M
PahatS .......I ..... ...... ..........
a blok fe M M s n 3 -016and M0
P l at .... ... .. o ..
lot Ham plat of PloUto Halatk
Of lot Iwo 4OWhO a addition to Pa-
la UegH to ...... .... ............
wl of lotk (8WItl ft) and pt Pa
totsk 1 (and tx 4 block 12ad-


Whbit additionto taht
s 79% test of lotVD a"nnAflat o
lot m and 1 t-flat eo lot 4 and n
block 8 Whits addition to Palatka
eilht .... ......... ... .........
lot I blo1k a 2tta edition to Pa-
atka H eht .... ...... .... ........
lot f block 3 Wltes addition to Pa-
latka Heights ....................
tote and block S Whits addition
to Palsata Hetsg ................
a 1- btok 1 White addition to Pa-
Part lots ad o LM t) bok
O Harts addition to Piatka
wt olot 'Ibleook 12 Hartjaddition
to Palatka HGlto ...... ..........
lot I block I tart addition to P&-
latk.e, Hel'h i 6.......... ........
lots 4 6 | 7 bloek U Bartb additon
to Peat, t H eh ... ... .........
lots 1 4ot1 bla U a addttoa


Heights ... .......
All lots I 1 10 11 boeek Burts
At toa ldtka ll.f8hto ... .
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M C .Ttt .... ...... Ia
$ H Warren ... ... ...... a11
*C AMdaetr ... ......... NU
W B 1 ............

rW B Moore A ...... 318
OW Brromw- ......... 1 f1
Amue Cook ... ...... .. 8
Udmiond h pard i
Flopter & hver ....... It
Henry ........... 11

St Jacobs eall ... ....... 1n
D F Buky ... ... .. ....... .8l
CjCI yord ............ 4M
H C Loomis ... ......


M Dean ....... ... 11
Ob. River ............
J R Taylor ..............
M on Hall ... ... .....
H M vana ........... I I
Christian Uniton Hs .... I in
I WPuroel ............. 8
R B MCLA JIIafe gUmrd'n 4.
Fred Riv ers..............
P and J Rivers ........
W dJefferson'. 81.
Boyd ................ 64
W Hampton Et........ 4
Unknown .............
M P Roundtr- ........ 41
W H Berry Est ... ... 141
0 W Nichols..........24
Amelia Moseley........1 11
1 8 Bell ............. 1
J H Dckinson ......... 71
J H Cole trustee ... ..... 7
Ed Mo=ae............ 7
J A Colyer .... ..........
Jack Moore............. 71
Allce Stanford ..... ..1
Unknown ................ 81
J B Henlon ... ........... 1 00
FQ Brown rutis ...... 6
F Q Brown rustee ......
W F Forward .. .... 44
T W & C J Llohtenburg 44
T W & C J Lichtenburg 1
T W & C J Liohtenburg N
John Gorman ........... 14
G WHanlon ............
J W Puroell ............ sS
G W Sh&plly ............ 16 4
Unknown .... ............. 4
Chase Rivers ............ 418
Cash Taylor ............ 84
William Grlffn ... ..... I
Mile King ............. I
Tim Mlddleton .......... k71
R D Hunter ............ IW
Willam Stevens .......1 4
RotD Jones ........... 141
C Holton .... .........1 4
Wash SlIaby .. .1 8
J B Hnon ............ 1 73
Unknown ...........
Unknown ................ 69
William vers ............
Unknown .... ........... 2 il
Unknown .... ...........1 00
Albert Doby .......... 4
Jam Walker ...... ..... 1 71
M J Trueman ... ... .... 143
Marcellue Pullen ........ 17
Alonso C Eole .............. 1 1
Unknown ................ 8 4
J R Baldwin Ext .... .... 3 I1
Unknown .... .... ........ 10
T H Mcannl ...... .... IU
Jno M Wilson .......... 184
0 W Bromwsll ... ......6 87
0 W Bromwell .......... 41
J R Orat aEt ...... ... 17
John O'Brien ............ 3 4s
Rachel Queen .......... 148
SBoyd .... ...... ....... 1 4
F H Towl ....... 141
J A Colyer .............. 0
O W Bromwell ........ 418
Mrs E 8 Brown .......... 1 7
1 DThompson ..........
H W Vaeuhn ............ 141
0 W BromweU .......... 84l
William Bridewath .. 1 0
OW Bromwell .... ...1... 0
PFter Peterman ...... 144
Abble LPeok ........... 120

W C Moore ........... 140

Henry Jones ...... ..... Oie


J Cunnlncimham .......... 40
J B Jons ............ I
L C WllUams ... ... .... I
D B Lewl ... ... ... .... I
MUes Jones ... ... ....... 46


RoBt Ormatoheld ... ..... ISt
R m Corey ... ... ...... 187
John Presoott ... ........ 4g
a a Brown ...... ....... It
* L Cook .............. is
Unknown ... ... ........ 414
Jae Burt ag ...... ..... I
Je Burt at ... ... ..... 5
IJsamurtst ... ... ..... I
Je But as ... ... .....
Jas Buast t ... ... .....
RJaS Burt tS.. .... ...... |g
Hr e Clterk ... ... .... ,
Jam am t... ... ...... 43 4

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Pertiliaer 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-
tonseed meal used alone was the most
profitable fertilizing for corn in 1897,
while dried phosphate and kallt ial.
ed to increase the yield. This agrees
with what I have contended for years,
namely, that cotton eeed meal should
be the chief constituent in a fertilizer
for corn when corn followed cotton,
as is usually the case. As putting back
the seed or Its equivalent in meal
would practically replace all the plant
food removed from the land by the
cotton, I could see no good reason for
replacing only a portion of the seed
and adding several hundred pounds
of aold phosphate. This theoretical
reasoning seems amply borne out by
the experience of thousands of farm-
era who have made good crops of corn
by using cottonseed alone ao a ferti-
lizer. 1, myself, have made excellent
crops by using cottonseed meal alone,
sown broadcast. The Georgia tattfon
used on corn a fertilizer containing
about equal quantitles by weight of
acid phosphate and cotlonmeed meal,
and applied the whole In the seed fur-
row. As the results were not favora-
ble, the director concluded that com-
mercial fertilizers do not pay on corn.
Both his formula and his method of
application were unaolentlflc. A prior
reasoning and extended experience
convince me that if he had used cot-
tonseed meal alone, applied broadcast
and well plowed in, bhe would hav.
found a profit from Its use. A moder-
ste application of acid phtaphate In
application of asold phosphate In addi.
tion to the mial would probably have
helped, and would hav coat: bit little. I
I have often wondered why writers
recommended so much more pbos-
phorle aold than plants u n .poaslhly
use, while advising the use of only a
modicum of nitrogen, u It cotton and
corn, like peas, could get this latter
element from the air.


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lot 2l eIlot to lee Mock a Crea-
,* ..... .....t'. ,, .........
lot I block 41Cre .. ....


frantionals olot

all Grove lot Oresost .....

wpalt 1 lot al love tt t .....
*e%-to of w 4 G vl0 dt) Mo Ores-
Un t ... ... .. ... ... ... o
pa a% Grove lot 0C o t 114 C r-.oi .

all Grove lot 1 Crescent ty....
w11 Grove lot 117 Cresoet Olty.....
n corof w 14 (ofw lO ft) Grose 117
all Grove lot 1I C -O City .....
all Grove lot 13 Cresent Cit......
all Grove lot 1S Ce C..estt.
Small Grove lot I Crescent t'.
Iot I block B (book B1 p G e 1)r &i lit
City Hill... ... ... L.. ... ... .......
part block X Crescent Ct Hill ....
part block X (OhM ft in ow cur)
Crfteoft City HI ......-..........
block 2 Maon ... ... ...... ....
locks 13 11 14 1 M o ...........
eks 10 and 11 and 1 -11te lot 1
n..... ... ., .o
*ka1 816'a'i'2 1 'N i3ason
blocks 411 44 44 Mason .
t 4 block 67 Mason .. ........
.ot 8 block B Mason ....... .....
Slot block B Mason... ... ..........
Dn of lot k block I WeLkau.. ........
lot 1 block 8 Welako...............
Sof lot 4 block 8 Welak .........
I block 10 Welaks ...........
lots 4 and B block 14 Weaa. ......
lots and 7 block 14 Welaku .........
eo, block 40 Welak ................
less lota 1 2 7 8 block 41 Wolaka
lot 4 block 42 W elaka.................
e4 block 45 Welsa1 .............
lot 8 block 44 Welak... ........
all blocks 46 and 47 and block 4 less
tots I and 2 and e% of 3 and 4 We-
taka.......
all less lots 10 and 11 block 48 We-
laUSe............0..............
'ots $ nd 4 block 40 Welks .. .....
all block b Weltk ...............
all block 54 WellJ ..............
lots 1 2 3 4 block M Welaka .........
e% block 57 Welaka ... ..........
w% block 57 Welak...............
lots 2 3 4 block 68 Welaka. .. .......
lot 1 block 59 Welak.... .......
,* lots 3 4 5 block 50 Weltaa .........
part se% of se% and part w% of
Sl% end w 15 acres of w% of swA
of s ey ... ........... ............ I
pu.t S4n of se% er lot 9 private
pirt w% of se4 book 13 p 364....... I
n 1 acre of nr% of sj ......... 3
i* e 1-$ of w X acres of nr of swo,.. I
part a of ne% of se% of saw%.... 3
part .s of seo% of na ...,... ....:
s* 9 acres of n 18 sore of e% of
nwk of neA ... ... ... ... ... ... ...
B nw of swi% of nt... ... ..........I
nw o n of w k ... ... ............
part w% of lot 4... ... ..........
e% of *sw of w0 of lot ...............
nw% of w of lot 6...-............ I
e 6 acre otw acre of n % of lot 6
nw cor lot 1 and no co of Cro y
grant.. .... .. .. ......... .. .
ot 3 book 11 iateuma ..... .....-
lot 6 block 11 sBat-um ............ .
e 5 acres In lot 11 block 11 Batsumta
lot 8 block 22 Satuma- ... ... ... ...
n% of lot 3 block M6 Satiums ......
w% of lot 4 blockS B&atsumn ........
lota t and 10 block U S tuma ... ..
lots 1 to 8 Inoluslve look U Flat-
s uma ...I ...... ...... ...........
plat 2 aratoga .................
plat 3 Saratoga ...............
plat 7 daratoge....................
i=plt 14 Saratoga ......... ..........
plat 18 Saratoga..................ft
1 plat a PIn pl.t bock MSpo........
t 24 I t .. ... ... ........... 1
w% of s% of lot 1 block 1 Inter-
lachen........................ .
lots 4 aaM 5 block 1 Interlachen .....
eb rt lot 2 and lota 1 46 l56 7 8 9
bock 2 Inte-lachen .............
lots 22 to 27 Inclusive block 2 Inter-
Slochen ... ... ... ... ... ............
11 and 12 block 2 Interla che n..
1ot 1 and 4 block 7 Interlachen....
lot 1 and fractl lot on Trmaont
street block 11 Intae ......
lots 1 to 10 Inclusive block 1U Inter-
lachen ... ... ... ... ... .. .........
w% block 11 Interlachen ... ... .....
lot 229 and 230 block 1I Interlachen
lots 221 3 221314 block 16 Inerlsohen
lota 28 14 26 and M block Inter-
lachen ....... ... ... ...........
lot 16 block 13 Intelachen .........
lots 12 to 19 end 12 and 23 block B
Toungs add to Interlaceuh ........
lot 16 and 17 block C Youngs add
to Interlachen ... ... ... .........
lots 13 and 9IS block C Youngs add
lots 1 and I block D Young- add to
Interlad hen ... ... ... .... ... ... ...
wt of lot I and lot 4 718 1 1 18
S18 and MI block D Youngs add
to Interla&chen.. ..................
all block B Youngs add to Inter-
slachen ... ..... ................
blocks H I J K and 0 less cemetery
Young add to Interahen ......
all block N Youngs add to Intr-
lachen ... ... ... ... ... ...........
lots to 1 Inclusive block 0 ll
look P and lots 11 5 6 17 18 1 and
SblockQ Youngs ead to Inter-
lachen... ... ... ... .. ... .........
Small block 14 K uka .................
lots 4and 6 blocks B and C Keuka
lot 1 block B Keaka ... ............
warihous lot 50OS0 ft s of depot
block B Keulm ... ..a... ..... .
lot 1 block 0 Keuka ..............
lot ll block 3 K uka ..............
lot I block 0 H .u .........-...
lot & block 0 K mtlm ..............
lot 4 block H Keuka. ...............
lots 1 and t block L IKeuka ........
lots 1 1 and 4 bleck I Bostwtok...
all block 4 and lots 1 2 I 4 block 6
. Bostwick ......
wick .. .. .. .... .. ... .......
lots $ 7 I block Bostwick... .......
SMock 4 Bowtok ... ... ... .....
11 M block M Botwiok ............
lots 6 and 7 block 17 and all blocks
SM 40 land 4l Botwtok ........
Slot 1 and block 4 et k ........
lot UI book 2 p 4b4 lock 1 Bridge-
S port .... .. .. .... ...... ..-....
lot I block I Brld o ........
lol 14 ad 15 block Brldport...
lots1 and I block n Bridggort....
let 2 book 1 40Mblock N Bridge-
S to block A Bri-port r .

lo S brldwoe rt .4 ... r o .. ........
1t 95IN1 (book p 741) block 4

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C H Prston ... ......... --
A31 B arante ... ... ... 11


Tts McLeod ... ... ..... -
Fnk Franklin .......... 17
WO B .rry ... .........17
William ... .. .. I
Jam o A ou ... .. .. ... .. 1I
F Q Brown trustee ...... 117
Pete Hinason-. -..... I8

Jak Amos ... ... ... ... 141
Mrs H L Benkam .. .. .. I
Nelle N Bonham ... .... 2 78
L P Rossiter ... ... ...... 4
Laura Missourl ... ....... 1
Unknown ............ (T
Unknown ... ........... 1 00
Unknown ... ... ... ..... 1 0
Unknown ... ... ... ..... 3S84
Mrs W C Braddock ... .. 1 00
Mr L Webber ...........
Mrs L Webber ......... 87
SF Braddock ....... 1
R J Broad ... ........... 100
R J Broad ... ... ........
W 0 Broad ... ... ....... 143
R J Broad ..d... ........ 143
R J Broad ...... ........ 2 43
M J Morr I ... ... ....... 171
R J Broad ............. 100
R J Broad ... ... ... .... 87
Geo T Russell ........... 243
R J Broad ... ........... 116
John Kennedy ... ... .... 1 7

R J Broad ... ... ........ 4 03
R J Broad ... ... ........ 145
C W Harvey ............ 143
A C Whitmn an...........1 72
oge Dougla .. ..... 2 00
orge Douglass .... 1 14
J W Huggins ... ... .... 115
Mrs Julia Cebbitta ... 115
R J Broad ... .. ....... 115
George Douglas ...... 2 43
L F Willis ............ 315

S EH Ryan ............. 10 13
9 Alex Fortn ... ........... 17
) J C Cebbtts ... ... ..... 2143
5 Alex Hooven .... .. .... 14
0 0 R tmlth ... ... ........ I15
I J M Young .............. M
8 8 H Oresham........... 87
6 Wells & McCauley ...... 117
I L Butrn trustee ...... i00
SJ C reeley..... ....... 171
Frank (astan ... ... .... 44
I F Williams ... ... .... 44
i J R Kennedy... ... ... .. 1 7
S J D Cole ... ... ... ..... 17
i C W Harvey ... ... .... 7 69
H J Barlow ........... 1 41
J H Morgan r ... ...... 1 43
A J Morgan ... ... ...... 87
Unknown ........ ... ..
H C Rowly ............ 0
Mrs E B WS tors .. .... 1
J F Fargo ... ........
OtIs Jones ...... ... .... 11
Mrs M C Gy ... ...... 1 0
0 A McDonad ... ...... 1 (1
E T Btewart ........... .Ix
Unknown .............. 1 00
E B Torrey ... ... ... ... 100
T J Murphy .. ........ l 00
Andrew Wv n .. .... 1 71
F Halford Est .... .... 117
G and C E Oaliard .... Ill
E B Brown .. ... ........ 17
Peter Peterman nt .... 48s
Baxter Marr ........... 1 4
F Halford EUt .......... 7
Robt Long ... ... ...... 14 78
B Brown ... ... ........ 4 14
F Hitford Est .... ..... 15
Lott Alien .............. 1 71
J R Minor..... .......... 15
A L Ro s ........ ....... 106
Lott Allen ... ... ....... 87
D Young BEt ... ........
D Young Em t .......... 117
David & Robert Young.. 414
W G Smith .. ... ....... 171

D Young SEt ... ... .... 2S
D Young Et ... ... ..... 272
D Young Eat ... ... ..... 4a
D Young at ... ... ..... 171


D Young ast ... ... ..... 4 06
W H L.tln ... .. ....... .
W H Ltlln .. ......... 1
C A Rodgers .. ........ .87
Peter Germond BEt ...... 10
Unknown ... ... ........
B H Roem .. ... ... ... 8
B F Bennett ............ .7
Jno Presoott .......... 6
W H .LtUn ............. .8
A Coliln ............... .8
Parker & Onrroway .. .. 44
Parker & Osrroway .... i
Parker & Carroway .... 44
Parker & COrroway .. to
0 M Manning...... .....
Wm Molntyr ... ... .... 44
Parker Car&roway .... 10
eo W Brooks ........ 100
A BW i ... ... ... ..... 157
Iasc Beaston ... ... .... 87
C H iPaull ... ... ... ... 15
L W Iewa .k ... ... .... 41
H H Bedford ... ... .... 11
Mrs fusie Palmar .. ... I11
Odw Colluok ... ... .....
Ino Luxmore ...... .
Bl Kinn"y ... ..- ... 31
Goors Boon ... ... ..... 117
S C B ... ... .....
Unknown ... ... ... ...
GA Wh* ... ...........


DOCUPTIUN.


lot I o ak i Brodk port ... ........
b= 2 I k p M block BrIdgw-
10 book Bridge-
5 0 M0i l K* Drif -. .
lot I N .. ... .. ... ........
lot 1 4 5 i book t 11 Mock T

block 5 Bridgeport ...........
lotv 4 IU book U Bridsport ..
lot 14 block M Bridgeport ..........
lot 4 book p 9 aINok 1M Brifdg-

lot 1i block 1 Br port ......
avenue book 3 p 41 Bridgeport .
lot 14 book r pI Bridgeport ..
lot X book 6 p 1 Bridgeport ... ...
lot 18 Br o ... ... ... ... ...
lota 172 and book Q p Bridge-
port ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ......
lot 261 book 6 p 115 Bzidgeport ...
lot 24 book I p 6W Bridgeport ...
lots 170 and book t p El Bridge-
port ... ... .. ... ... ... ...........
ot 148 book I p 611 Bridgeport ......
lots 22 and 24 Bridgeport ... ... .....




Growing Winter Cucumbers Under
Glass.


For some years winter ciimlumu.i -
have been grown around New Orleans,
not only for the New Orleans markets,
but jalso for the city market k i't lvI
North, writes F. 11. Burnette in luille-
tin 52, of the LousiWla Expe-imei
MSlut.iun. As a rule these have neenl
grown with profit, for oftentinils the'
item of bottom heat did not play sucli
an important part, saotie winters be-
ing very mild, and thus 'here was :
great sving in Ihe cost of fuel. A
number of gardeners tuse .lieic hot
beds only for these winter ciucumber-,
ani]d unless an extremely ,old spell
comes along they are safe with their
crop. The forcing house proper is
the place, however, to grow cicuni:n-
bers for in the house the temperature
and moisture can be conltolled auti
insects fought to a better advantage.
A small attempt was made durn i the
list winter season in growing" winter
cucumbers, and so far as the experi-
mnent went, it was attended with prof-
it. The house in which the cvicumibera
were grown is a very simple and com-
ItIon i 'lt house with movabLj sas;lt':
lixti0 feet. Ther- are three beds ill
the house, one in the center an'd two
on the tides. The varih-ty grown oni
two of the beds was the New Orleani
Market, which is probably a long
grown sort, of the White Spine tarte
ty. It res.sts blight better than any
variety grown in the South, and for
this reason, as well at being of good
qtiuality atid prolific, it is justly the
most popular variety grown. The oth-
er bed was sown with White Spine.
The seed was planted October 1 in a
coulinuous row in the center of the
beds, and thinned to eighteen inches
in the row. The 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
strinng wires two feet above the bed
and the other portion was allowed to
run on the ground. All lateral branch-
es 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 amoups
of fuel was all that was necessary
during the season. The plants grew
wen, and set a good crop of fruit.
Hand pollination was no't necessary as
the been were always on hand, and
many mornings were found buzzing
around the door ready to fly in when
a chance was offered.
The melon worm was a little tron-
blesome, but a careful search with


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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-
lice 'to fumigate, the last thing at
anilht, an(d leave the house closed until
niornlillg. The cucumber blight was
dt'nlruclive iust ia the last fruits wer,,
Iatur'ing, but did little daunage, onl
.c,,itouni of tlie Inlaenes of the attack.
it was observed that the plants imme-
diately Iunder the movable aasae.,
which were left down one dlay during
a rain, were the ones first :ttackeii
with the blight, and it is believed that
'.lkould any good fungicide be used
ltioroughl y, and care taken not to
sprinkle the leaves much when water-
ing, Lhis disease would not be trou-
llesonme.
Itaftla was used In training the vines
to the wires and also 'to support the
fruits.
Two shipments were made to Chi-
cago. iThe first consisted of Ivu box-
t, containing thirteen and one-half
dozens, and was sent to Then. C. 4.
W-egeforth & Co., 133 8. Water street,
oni November 30th. They were grad-
ed as follows:
Blox No. 1, 2 dozen fancy.
lBox No. 2, 2 dozen choice.
llox No. :1, 21/, dozen choice.
ihox No. 4, 2%/, dozen choice.
Itox No. 5, :l/a dozen undersized sand
imperfect.
These were assorted carefully, roll-
ed in brown paper and packe l neiitly
in boxes 22 inches by 14 inches b.Iy
inches. A letter was also sent with
them asking for the criticism of the
firni upon the packing, grading auld
quality of fruit. This was tno: ob
trained, but the following t teteniit
gives the returns from this s!iiimnemnt:
Proceeds from the five
boxea .. .... .... .. $7 65
Express .. ...... ...... $:3 15
Commission .... .... .. 85 4 00

Net proceeds .. ...... .. 65
I'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 ao. %
The second shipment was made to
Smith, Cordes & Co., 13:19 8. Water
street, Chicago, on December .t,
and contained the following:
Box No. 1, 2 dozen first choice.
Box No. 2, 2%/, dozen choice.
Box No. I:, 3 dozen undersized and
Imperfect.
These were packed Just the same as
the first shipment and were accom-
panied by a similar letter. The fol-
lowing is a statement of the returns
and a copy of the answer to the let-


ter:
P'roeeeds from three box-
es ...... .... ...... .. $8 -0
Express .... .... .. ... $ 00
Commlislon ... .. ...... 88 I 88


thumb and finger, and an application -
of Paris green, was effectual In rid- I Net proceeds .... ...... 5 1
ding the house of the little pests. The Per dozen, 68 cents.
most trouble was experienced in deal- Cucumbers were selling In the Chl-
Ing with the eteumber ophis. The or- tago market at this date from 50 to
dinary emulsions were not effectual, $1.25 per dozen.
but an insecticide recently brought |
out was used with complete success. Tarmers and the War.
This was Rose Leaf Insectilcide, obh- The Southern Cultivetor msy that
stained from the Louioville Spirit Cur- much more is needed to feed an army
ad Tobacco Co., Loulsville, Ky. on a war footing than would be re-
The extract was used at the rate of quired by an equal number of men at
one part of extract to two of water,: their homes. These general remarks
in palls, in various parts of the house are made to Impress upon farmers the
and heated irons were dropped latlo pressing necessity of producing an
the vessel. The fumes rapidly filled I abundant supply of provisions and of
the house and killed the lice. Three eoonodlsing such stores as they may


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Ab* $ ea*ba4d. Not oay j* util-
.laeb : aItuneise, but 9atriotism
p II .to -uoh prwIdre. A nation
at wa neds MI anabundne of provl-
'*ftolnS Apt op to suetia Its army but
to feed the opeatlv Is foanadriee,
willt and workshop wbom' muaitions
and all tl appliances of war are
made. But the eonadtioa appeals most
strmagly to Souther farmers because
so meny hve been In the hmbit of get-
tint supplie- from outae saouroes.
Ralainf home supplies l not only to
be emmau ded an sound lrm praetiee
under ordinary eiroanteemooe but as
eminently souad-ye-, Imporstiv--
under w.iAng conditions. It is ndt
too Ilte yet to plant corn, sweet pot.-
toes, sorghum foe syrup, peas, late
crop Irish potatoes, pumpkins, winter
squash" and other crops suitable for
human food.
Government agents will purchase
supplies bf all kinds at points nearest
the camps, other things being equal.
Here Is an opportunity for Southern
farmers to dispose of all surplus food
of every kind, and the profits on food
are likely to be much greater than
the profits on cotton. If not willing
to plow up cotton and substitute oth-
er crops in its place, melons, pump-
kins, peas and other crops may be
planted among the cotton, and more
than pay for the Injury done the cot-
ton. In addition to an opening for
disposing of vegetables, fruits and
food products of the field, 'there will
arise an increased demand for cattle,
chickens, eggs. butter, etc. That for
cattle hnas already developed, and
farmers should give increased atten-
tion toi their Atock, feeding them lib-
c'rall'y and pushing those suitable for
lwef 'to early maturity. This indus-
try is one which will pay well outside
Of war conditions,. and will continue to
do so after the wur is over. Cond.l-
,ring the coit and labor involved, per-
haps nothing on a farm pa.vs better
than chickens and eggs. Although on
rMnt farms the raising of chickens
and egig for market is regarded as a
small affair, there is no good reason
nor insuperable difficulty why It may
not Iw greatly extended and made a
very profitable business. Now is an
excellent time to develop it.

Culture of Peanuts.
T'he 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
a crop of nuts as well as vines. The
plants are vigorous feeders, and if the
land cannot be thoroughly topdressed
apply fertilizers of homemade coum-
post or kainit, woods earth or any
rich humus in the rows at planting.
Remove the kernel from the shell,
tleving the inner eata unbroken. Drop
I w kernels to the hill, either in drills
or checks, according to variety and
the freedom of land from weeds. Have
the rowM about three feet apart and
the 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-
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 tool until the
vines run well out, then pull the big
weeds that shoot up through until
harvest.
If a lige acreage'is to be harvested
get a p' plow without a mold board,
and with long cutter spiked to point,
and plow down each side of the rowe,
cutting the tap root, after which the
vines are lifted with a pitch fork and
Taid 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 td be obtained
and equal clover If well and carefully
paved. The plant is related to the ni-
trogen gatherers and adds much fer-
tility to the soil if well cared for.--
American Agrliculhurist.

In G(lambia a finish known technically
as the protopterus at the airst promise
of the approaching dry season begins'
to burrow in the mud at the bottom
of a stream and therelnafter spends
weeks and perhaps months quite
without water, until the rainy season
begin and once more moisten, and
floods its sun-beked prison.









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THE TIMES-HEPALD, FRIDAY, JUNE 24


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WONDnUS Or SCIECE..

Lang TrMbles and CoasumptIo
-Ca be 0 4.


0 frFree i Ia.. in.
TA. IiMeo dlut his dlh-
eovey of a e atbelute eure
for Consumptie (Palmonary Tabeasu-
loe) eand all breomehall. sthrt Ipg
and chest dMeass atitorg kft 8*
eatarrhal aAeses, Oen.Jsd 11*1
and weakness, ies of est, 'and all
condtiofatr Mn a, wk send
TRUBB Rq VITL (al0 differ.
eat) of bt H N* looveree to anr
afflletod reader Oft T wIv i RtAULD
wrillai for thea. Is "New Selentifle
treatment" has eured thousands per-
maneatly by its timely ub, and he
coaseders it a simple profeessonal duty
*to suffering humanity to donee a trial
of his infallible ear.
Silence daily develoVe new wonders,
and this great chemist, patiently experi-
meuting for yeas, has produced results
as beneficial to bumanity as can be
claimed by any modern genius. His
assertion that long troubles and con-
sumption are curable in any climate Is
proven by heartfeltt letters of gratl-
tude," lied In his American and Euro.
pean laboratories in tbouiands from
those cared in all parts of the wdrid.
Me.dleal experts concede that bron-
chial, chest and lung troubles lead io
Gunsumption, which, uninterrupted,
means speedy and certain death.
Simply write toT. A. Slocum. M. C.,
98 Pine street, New York. giving Dnot-
offlo andl express address, and the free
medicare will be promptly pent. Suf-
ferers should take instant advantage
of his generous propositlou.
Please tell the Doctor that von saw
his offer In TUB TIMBiS-HEIALD.


LEGAL ADVIUrTIsEMENT@.
I
ADMINISTRATOR'M NOTICE.
IX MONTHS AFTER DATI I WILL FRRK-
BENT my final accounts and vouchers, u
Administrator of the latate of Charles Corning,
deceased, to the County Judge of Putnam Coun-.
ty. Florida, and ask lobe discharged fromu tha
further administration of al estate.
X.8. CRIL4.
Adninistrator.
feb 10, '98-ei. Cum testament annexo.

ADMINISTRATOBS NOTICE
SIX MONTHS AFTER DATt I WILL PRESENT
my final accounts and voucher as admninls-
tratrix of the estate of Wm. Speck, deceased to
the County Judge of rutnam County 'Florlda,
and ask to Ib dlischaed from the further ad-
ministration of said e tht.
MARY JOSJPHINE 8PECK.
Ja 28-0 m AdRYuinitratrix.
raiHINDIPO
y USIT0Ss1VITAUTY

.9 Made.a
Wel Man

GREAT '0,e -
RENCH REMEDY produces the above result
Vsar4cds, Fadt Z Afmwy. Stopv lldrildns ta
lnses caused by error of youth. It wards t Ins
easltyand Consumption. 0oun Men relI Matn.
b and Old Men recover youthful Vigor, II
m vigor and lise to shrunken organ, sand ts
for business or anrrae. ai ty carried Ia


ACKERMAN A STEWART.


Railroad Engineer
TestieSP hM ew oeta e I Prfm
Dr. Miles'Remnedlcum


AMENLISHiANIN CUBA

A Repfrt"r Accout of Life In
tauM an4dHavum.


Strawberries

carry better, and larger ber-

ries and larger crops are raised


EXPSW3 0I OF PHII 1015O01. when liberally treated with


Be wed a isapkhia, a Tru.e Flag and
SKaase Waleasmed m--4iaspea-
brds AsA gonU r o e inht sad apeet to
Tue ahiitsae it Mieida to she Swerd.
9e0aa the tow at a wase m-*we.
seelisaw Ordes.
The Pall Mall Gasette's special cor-
respondent, PU1 Robinson, writing
from Kiagston, Amaica, under the date
of JmTne 17 on hi re ent experiences in
Matanas and Havana, msay:
"finding thajocal authorities deter.
mined to prevent my going to Ouba, I
was compelled to escape from Key West
after dark o6 board of a friendly Brit-
ish yacht, which, while passing Admiral
Sampaon's fleet headed for Oardenas, was
fired upon by a patrolling gunboat. We
changed our course for Matansas, and
at 4 o'clock in the morning stopped five
miles from the coast. Whigham and I
left the yacht in a skiff, and owing to
the easterly current and strong ebb tide
it took three hours to reach the entrance
of the harbor and four more to get to
the Matansas Jetty, in front of the cen-
ter of the town.
"As we were approaching the coast
the Spanish cavalry patrol detected us
and dismounted, apparently contem-.
plating giving us a volley, but while
baling the boat with one hand I waved
a white napkin with the other, and they
accepted the signal. Only one battery
threatened us. A man *as standing to
his gun, but the napkin again saved us,
and the situation was without further
incident.
"When we reached the jetty, some
children who were paddling in the wa-
ter carried our oars, flags and luggage
to the hotel, where our appearance cre-
ated the utmost astonishment. We were
told afterward that the soldiers and the
crowds we passed were quite stupefied
by the suddenness of our appearance,
otherwise they might have done us some
mischief. After we had breakfasted we
sent for the British consul, whoinform-
ed the authorities of our presence. We
were summoned before the commandant
and closely questioned. General Molina
was at first incredulous, but ultimately
complimented us upon our exploit,
laughing heartily at the idea of two
men in an open boat running the block.
ade and rowing right up the middle of
the harbor in broad daylight past all of
the batteries. Ho telegraphed to Havana
asking permission for us to proceed to
the capital, but General Congosto, Cap.
tain General Blanco's evil genius, or-
dered our arrest. At midnight, while
we were in a cafo chatting with some
Spanish officers, we were arrested and
driven to Castle San Saverino. Our per-
sons were searched and everything was
taken from us. Wo were locked in a
disgustingly filthy cell without one sin-
gle article of furniture except a ham-
mock.
"The next day we were removed to
the commandant's quarters, where we
were permitted to furnish a room and
obtain food from the hotel. We were
treated with the utmost kindness and
consideration, but were not allowed to
leave our room. Daring our imprison-
ment some miscreants spread reports
that we had been seen in Matansas be-
fore, that we had been hiding in the
town and that our story of rowing up
the harbor in a boat was an invention,
We were therefore repeatedly examined
in minute detail, separately, but after
six days of this kind of treatment our
veracity was established and we were
forwarded under guard.to Havana.
"Matanzas from the harbor resembles
an Italian seaport and from the land it
is doubly beautiful. Two rivers loiter
through the town into the landlocked
harbor, which is three miles wide. The
latfd on either side of the harbor rises
picturesquely to a considerable height'
and that behind the town'slopes gently
upward to a palm created ridge, Under
American enterprise the town will de-
velop into a noble pleasure resort, posa-
sessing unique natural beauties, en.
haunoed by grace and antiquity and be a
fatal rival to the Florida resorts. The
defenses of Matanzas have been greatly
strengthened of late. One new battery,
at present unknown to the Americans,
mounting six large guns, is being com-
pleted on the east side of the harbor and
a corresponding batt, on the opposite
sido is in course of oiruction.
"The Spaniards are utterly at a los
to understand why Admiral Sampeon
did not attack Matanzas in earnest a
month ag& The condition of the town
admitted it theq, as it was not able to
withstand an attack. Now, however,
the Spaniards are mot confident and
are spoIling for a fight, expecting, after
defeating the fleet, to invade Florida,
where General Molina has promised his
troops that they shall put the entire
population to the sword. The eagerness
of the poor, ignorant Spanish offloer
for battle is quite pathetic, but it is a
fact that at present they mean to fight
to the death. The explanation gives by
the Spaniards of the futility of Admiral
Sampson's demenstration before Matan-
ass i.that the American shells. notably


Potash.

Heavy applications of the

complete fertilizers, containing

not less than 1o0% actual Pot.

ash, should be used.
Our books tell all about the subject. They
aire free to any farmer.
GERMAN LALI WORKS,
U N ama St., New Voe.


those fired by tie Cincinnati, were de-
fective. Numbers of them which did
not explode have since been buried. It
is quite certain that not a life was lost,
nor was any masonry displaced in the
affair.
"The country between Matanzah and
Havana is splendidlyrich, but has t;een
terribly devastated by the three years'
war. Cattle are still abundant a;d the
crops are profuse. 'The line is ginirdl d
by forts throughout, and cavalry patrol
and infantry posts wrote seen ;natiunu-
ously from the train. We could ublo aite
frequent cavalry skirmishing wita n in-
surgents who were concealed in the
bush.
"At Matanzas a week ago tliere was
no sign of starvation. The prices at the
hotels, cafes and shops were- the same
as in America, and there were no beg.
gars. Reconcentrados with pigs tethered
to their huts and chickens running
about were numerous. We gave a fat
child a penny, and the youngstqr in-
stantly ran and bought candy from a
negro camp peddler. The citizens ex.
pected that the supply of flour would be
exhausted in ten days and thht the sup-
ply of wheat would fail in about a
month. The supply of fish and vegeta.
bles, of course, will teover fail.
"Upon reaching Havana we were esx-
corted directly to the headquarters of
the police, where we were most kindly
treated. The next day, upon our signing
a promise to leave Cuba at the earliest
opportunity, we were released. Three
days later the British cruiser Talbot ar-
rived, and we were deported to Jamaicn.
During the voyage here we were the
guests of Captain Gamble, from whom
wo received every courtesy. Reasons for
our expulsion were refused, but. General
Blanco's order forbidding orrespondentas
to land in Cuba, which was issued a
week after our arrival, was muade retro-
active. Upon applying to the British
consul general for an explanation we
were treated iimpertinentl. Meanwhile
Knight of the London Timnes is allowed
to remain. Perhaps it is because he was
so nearly drowned in trying to land, but
our expulsion was unjust and Illogical
and disgraceful to the Spanish govern-
ment.
"As seen a week ago it would be im-
possible for a stranger to imagine that
Havana was starving or that the city
was blockaded. The band was playing
on the Prado and a merry crowd was
promenading. Every seat in the cafes
was filled, and the theaters, considering
the fact that not a woman was present,
had good houses nightly. The hotels
and shops were charging their' usual
prices, and we only saw a dosen phofes-
sional ;aggar. Daily when the Ameri-
can blockading vessels were sighted
great crowds would rush off t4 the sea-
shore. Every available cabwas engaged
to take the people to the beach, where
they spent their time in jeering the
Yankees and daring them to come with-
in reach of the Spanish guns. Then
they wogid return home chattering and
laughing as though the blockading of
the city were a comic opera.
"The city was tranquil and abnormal-
ly free from crime. Havana has 20,000
volunteers, all Spaniards, and response.
ble men are providing fdr them. They
wore uniforms and were provided with
horses. They are armed by the govern-
ment. These volunteers assure the tran-
quillity of the city, as they ovepwe the
Cuban canaille. The food supplies were
generally sufficient. Today there is a
two months' supply of coal in port. A
week ago there were 0%000 tons.
"Captain General Blanco recently
issued several socialistio orders, limit-
ing the prices of staples, reducing rents
50 per cent and abolishing payments of
interest on loans and mortgages, hoping
thereby to enable the poorer class,
who are chiefly Cubans, to tide over the
war. No starvation exists, but the
thrifty ones content themselves with
one economical meal daily. The poorer
classes are paid for their labor on the
old basis, but are paying for their pur.
chases on the new basis.' Uponthis plan
they can only buy one-half what they
used to get. The citizens and the army
alike are eager for a fight, the officers
fiercely dtenoonctig all idea tf a comn.
promise." .


"Itf a pricecan be placed on pats, Mothe'r#
Friend' Is worth its weight in gold asan sllet,
stor. My wife suffered more in ten minutes with
either ofher ohr ofher other two children than she did a
together with her last, having previouslv used
our bot Ile of 'Mother's Friend.' Itisa bleasin
to ny on* eepectiug to become a another sayl
a cuSLOller.
Thus writes Henderson Dale, Druggist,
of Carmi, Ill., to the Bradfield Regulatot
Company, of Atlanta, Ga., the rpre.o
tors and manufacturers of "Mother't
Friend." This succesftil remedy is not
one of the many internal medicines ad.
vertised to do unreponable things, but s
qclentfically ppa m liniment especallY
defective la in gtringth spd =itI
to those partsofwomaa'sornism whic
bear the severest strains of childbirth.
The liniment may be used at any and
all times during pregnancy upto the
very hour of oonimL T earlier il
is begun, and the longer used, the men
perfect will be the reult, but it has beno
wied during the last month only with
great benefit ad scces.
It not only shortens labor gd lessens
the pain attending it, but r P y dimin-
ishes the danger o life of eoth mother
and child, and leave the mother in a con.
edition more favorable to speedy recovery.
"M other's Priend lI sold by druggW
at $1.00, or sent by ezpress on receipt l0
prioas.
Valuable book for women, "Betbrm
Baby is Born," sent free on application.
X11 BIRAoFIOLD aRSULATOR 00.. Atlanta, l.O


Fnnows~
Aill0WS,
Tr5ootorknows sibot
fbodai $ad 3DGdtelnee.

Mrt sk bil wha OA thin 4o

$or$s EahinI


-New York Tribune.

Part Me y I" a ma mio Fht.
In the midst of the heavy rpin which
fell the other morning groups of the
street boys in a working class district of
Paris organized a mimic fight between
themselves, some representing Amer-
icans and others Spaniards. The fight
was conducted in a mild manner for
some time, only fists and* sticks being
used, but as the combatants became ex-
cited they attacked one another in a
very serious manner. A barricade was
erected by the so called Spaniards, who
began to fire volleys of stones and to
rain brickbets on the imaginary Amer-
icans. A few pistol shots were also
heard, and at luitr the police saw that it
was time to interfere. A dozen or so of
the youths on loth sides went home
seriously maimed.-Lundon Telegraph.

Just one of Tham.
One of Missouri's ('cutributionsavail-
able for war is 1,000,00 pounds of
freshly nilned lead each week.-St.
Louis Globe-Democrat.

Another Good Feature.
The cause that we are fighting for
Hath 'rowing, great dimensional,
But in,' it sImsIH a bloodlea war
We'll not be wanmped on pension.
-Atlanta Constitution.


Buck i n's Arn cta S ve.
The Best Salvew 1 the world for C0 '.
lrul-ets, S >ies, Ilcers. Salt nhemnii,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chappedi Hands.
Cliilbltins an uI all Skin r Eniii ,,,
anLil poti'ely en'( Pil, s or nop)y y,-
qtuired. It i~ gimi inuttei IDto give per
fe(t satisfaction or uno y refuinil4 I
Price 23 cents ppr box. For sale h)i
Ackernisn & 8tewart.

Delay la4dangerous-wnlen v'Iri :. e 11
Couih or Cold, takt PEEK'' I':NE
TAll YRUP at once: it will von.
quicky. Peek's Drnu Store. I..nr
street opposite court house.



Priceless Pain


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OCALA IS CHOSEN.
State Democratic Convention to be
Held August 3rd.
Call for a Silate Democratic Con-
vention at Orlando, Fli Wednesday,
August .L d, 1898:
The Dl)mocirai, party of the State
of Florida will Ii.'l n ~aine Convention
it Orlianino, Fl., 1itt W dlneeday, Aug-
u1st 1 1 i at 1'2 Il fr' tlie following
n)u rpnsei:
"To ioniiiinrh, ilit f',lIowiog candle.
dates. to-wii: T'' ,Justices of the
Sprernie Ciuri, i, foir iLe full lerm
of six e1a-I si i oiin, i, t1,l ihe unex-
piredi terni m f lII,. 11. S. Liddln, re.
siginedl; a Satte I c- .r'*,, lit fil the
ulex piied i nl 'ii; in Ilnlr, nl (rom.
missioners. each fie, hl' terin f four
Velrs, antd 911 ,;.1l,.. 1 oninit -itouer
for the i(1ns .f A t. I' t v"i'tedl
forat tlwe ii x,' i .u it late o et'iiin:
alil e i i,i i- i li'her I n .es
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i; DIvAl. '2: I':-vr, nill,. I: ',i auklin,
2, (Gad.ilsilen. 4; Iliaiihol,, 4; lfiruando,
2; Hislliblo, 20; loinei.,8; .Jackson 9;
Jefferson; 14; Liarsveie, 3; Lake, 7;
L'e. 3; Le0on,, 14; Lvy. 4; I'bertr, 1;
Manatee, 7; Madlion, 7; Manon, 9;
Monree. 4; Nassau, 4; Orange, 10;
Oceols, 2; l'a., 4; l'olik,8; PatnDama;
St. Johns, 7; S1fula Rosa, B; Suter, 4;
SuwIanee, 8; Taylor, 2; Volusla, 8;
Wakulla, 5; Walton, 4;'Washlngton,8.
The counties will select their dele.
gates In any manner which may be
deemed bear by the people, acting
through the party organization, as re.
ognlzed by the last State convention.
All Democrats are Invited to partici.
pate In the selection of delegates there-
to, including those who have become
qualified to vote since the last election.
Thechalrman and secretary of each
county convention held for the purpose
of electing delegates to the State con.
vention are requested to sad Non. W,
A, Rawls, chalrmaan, Tullaseine,
Fla., a written or printed eopt of the
proceedings of such county oeawmtas
together with a list of the nalae of the
county executive committee appeitmd,
dealgnUting thereon the ehatmlan a and
secretary of such coamltte.
W.A. RAWIa, Chsrman.
J. C. CoopzX, secretary.

NO CURE-NO PAY
That Is the way all drggista sell
GROVB'8 TASTELEtB CHILL
TONIO for Chills and Malaria. It is
simply Iron and Quinine Ina istellees
form, Children love IL Adults pe.
far It to bitter nausettlac toSales
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1Meqalt nl leeat rON i O .
The following letter has bega reaeir-
ead by ra Kuhlwein of 8a Harbor,
from her husband,. J. 0. Kuhlwein,
the chief gunner of Admiral Deway's
flagship, the Olympia:
U. S. 8. OLVMIA
MAI NA BAT, May I. 2
We have taon very aoonseM l hw In every-
thing m tar. At present I am very hard at
work taking l the guna out ca the panisah
men-of-war which we have sn k ia this har-
bor, and th are about 11 of them, all havig
froma to it pas On board. We are going to
mnd tbhen ll homs on a asamer which we
captured today. IEaly this morning we esp-
tared a n o Bpaish aunboat, only Artia four
shot to do it. when they hauled dow their
flag without frl a shot This aftearemoa
was saut oI la re of a taug, with about
rn m*en, to Tn around thet 4m to e It I
oald not find som ai sll astam launches.
Well, I did Sad one launch only, but leaptured
two veryT aI tup, better, both of them, than
the ooewe had. Wer getting to havo a fleet
hem, and we are making it all ourselves, v-
ory tag we capture we convert nto a small
sunboat at ones, and the way we do It is to ao
on board one of the unkenn Spanish man-of-
war, take few good gone out of her and
mount them. and there is a new addition to
our fleet. This harbor Iafloat with theAnmer-
loan lag, and long may she wavel I also s-
cured a large Bpanish man-of-war flg from
one of the tus captured, whlch, of course, is
my own mad which I shall take homa.
L. J. 0. KUEL.wans.


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HERE Is no more responaibleposition
on earth than that of a ratlroadentin-
eer. On his steady nerves, clear brain,
bright eye and perfect self command, de-
pend thq safety of the train and the ivly
of its piseagrs. Dr. Miles' Nervine and
other remedies are especially adapted to
keeping the nerves steady, the brain clear
and the mental facultes unilmpalret.
Engineer P. W. Mc0oo, formerly of 1811
Broadway, Council BlufIa but now residing
at 3411 Humboldst t., Denver, writes that he
"suffered for yars from coastlpatloa, caus-
ing sick, naervos and biliou headaches and
waste hlly retired to health by Dr. Miles'
Nerve Lver Pill. I hrUily rcomeand
Dr. Miles' Remedies."
Dr. MNes' Remediles
are sold by all drug- -M.',
gists under a positive -
guamo tes. frst bonI m
beast* or money re- .iter
fuanded. Book cil dle-se
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P..uD Sm^E PUUD I A I a1w i othieim the sa.l l-eya wh e. NCVervs m
pabstcas Mtym3EmEnLiLtt o(My Depend simplwolbyn ctj upo,.l t man of any b
ltU. I. IKE LL E dI fOl r ifs. party will deny. Thani U thte u -.e ,*I
7 lous doCtinda Bryan and, the leaders hW A u
C ox.^-. of the Demoprcy mie Slrgy olot W rw Brh,"d "n nonr RAM rn
IsAdvmm.By the way, the friends and admrdFe Blood feeds 0K nerves Bois tooen, BS on ut o A FEWAI'llAlA
it Bryan thithk he made I mistake to And make them ItronB I u J J. .w .
9s6r=, *'t M tendering his services to I(* Govra- Te g nreat ev"tonic is Chma, WD Z ,1:Jal"
S ai shu, dbe U by eaxprs meontin the conlict with Spalo. They Hood's Sars la, lr.M", sewing a drIi
claim that there are plentyof men who B* cause it Imakes G N,'& smpe,,C th
WAR RBVENUE-THE SENATE. could All his pace in the aMy, while The blood rich and ni,. J ae| tipb J W a laid
Shib rare rifts as an oratorimd sCatesman UrsebIV, W J tRehe.a, .Jne II
The question that most concerns the qualify him pre-eminently for the mo Pure, giving it powcr rVr Henry T m. At lersoun sate
people of the United States, growing +Grlif, W L Wseit k'. VIt t16 ratin f
people of Unted rowing important onfkt with the money pow. To feed the nerves. Harris, J 8 Whie, nHop ri wmirableU o.
out of the war with 8pai, is not how kt nothing but I^il I tI W 500 w
o er. Men of his peculiar talentto plead Hood's Sarsaparilla Johnueo. rL n 9 Wiili Andersot ael hy digs uted
much terrntoryshall we ad4 to our vast J L .,y
much tertory shll we ad4 to our vast the cause of true Democracy are scarce. Cures nervousness, *Jover, Samuel Wimbumh. Willie .ver rp frultand vegeal
domain. The question is whether we lie will double ake a good soldier. Litun, L T 1 a nre that the b ood, stoMahe d
wil hveore taation and les money his he is i Dyspepsia, rheumatism, LADIKS' LIST tle" ity m ebr e f the.faily
WI1 have more taxation and less money out b place m in the reorufg servi etrrh ru as h, .th, N le ,e.yo, shad't 1
with wichrT to pay the taxes, or less*d hi I f Catarrh, scrofula, Bea,1.MILS Flurch M Iint Ph, Nellie "in hsay cdlti.s nd"t hala m
of the o d-fashblined l paty otf which Aned lal forms of Brw.M a Merc, Emeri po torpid liver, lev'll a
taxation and more money to stimulate JefferAn al forms Ofk rev o .a.IRo .s Munie, DlUIell iyeor ten'erteo bo lerand Ir lthe onaoof
business entrpris Jefferson, Jackun and Liocoln were Impure blood. Gould.MlisM una liltlharasuon,Anniu yellow fever. readers its poseesso
in enterprises and supply the conspicuous leaders.- Graddick, Mamle obini.on Mandy virulent and deadly. Tlhi mad tUioa
means of paying tAxes. The revenue Guild. ltessien11 steii hens.(,O40 8 oan bhaspuedive ieaovedand putoblood
measures now I il tfe 1 YO f Tet MaconTNsakesO UU IAtDo Hearehoun,.Darkken Snitou. Mri. Julia goode dlaitloDn an regulalrity I the
mures now taxi the Innully of The Macon News lakes exceploin to lU N Y eudeo. I n Tlhomu. Sarah bowels re estarlifhed by unlgPrHlily
our lawmakers to furnish war revenue the war revenue bill, and thinks that Herai,-,n. Euigene Virier. Mns" Ash Bitters.tbe grear system n or.
A1-a-- JulranimMr EBilfler Weilnck, liucv The frequent ese of thid re lin
will satisfy everybody that there is no the South*.hsbeen badly imposed upon. |,hnso.u. MrEli,.i.r Wil,nm,. MisW H does suited to the nsa of th.u r e Id ,
limit to the taxing power of the Amer- It says: "If the war revenue bill be LAKA. Lewi., Mssi wily matanMperflt hel It hefm.
ican Congress. The majority of the fl. studied closely it will be found that as Persons calliB for the above letters ver is eil star off, use It fatlesfuill and
nancecommittee of theenate proposed between the West and the South on the C. H. Gllchrist has been p will a pl. Ma. K "A DV.ED M. p"tti yourself y od mptlly It n ond
C .lih e s p a)1. on to remi t the dimse n germs may
to issue at once 1150,000,000 of green- one side and the East on the other, the large lot of fine looking melons. he Bet Pre ption to r the disen ger mayro.
backs and convert the $42,000,000 of West and the South got the worst of it, Rumor has it that Putnam County and fever i1 a bottle of Grove's Taste- Prinkly Ala Bitters eon beobtained
silver bullion now owned by the. gov- with the tax piled on to almost every- has been more favored than many oth- less Chi Never falls to cure;from Aokri & Stewart.
ernment into standard silver dollars, thing made or consumed there, while ere in the way of rains to bring our then why experiment with worthless 4 .
or issue certificates for the same and the East, and particularly New Eng- products to perfection. imitations ? Price 50c. jut.3 ly ... ---
make them a legal tender; but the ma- land, escape with practically no tax at Mrs. Dr. George E. Welch has been _
jority of the Senate Itself wereopposed all." t our town during the p t week. Ida aase ie *na
to this most desirable plan and pre. Shelhas just returned from a trip to -sdSc. entaesi .
to thsadding mot desi upon trable plan andfew The Tallahassean says: It is sid Tampa, where she had the pleasure of
erred saddling upon the people a few Goe Tallaha mean DayB: i o al seeing our soldiers, and becoming sc. Announcements.
hundred millions more of interest-bear- that Governor William D. Bloxham will quainted with our famous generals, 1e ,.. .
ng bonds., be a candidate for Pasco's seat at the and Wheeler. Her description of these For County Treasurer: Ii i,:', ; r,eady
e are $396,129,723 silver dollars net session of the Legislature.-De- men, and the soldiers In general, was TO eheDemrennounc ae e lor 'um :or
inthe treasury nst whicthere are Land Record. Governor Bloxham will very interesting. the nopati or county rea rer suect,. ,
in the treasury against which. here er- b thlng of the kind.eHe may be a The happiest man in town seems to Aa mI ct fullySk ,your s.upnrt. nmeat i .,n t: ii, ". ,ipt.
ta n ce r e reser ca or United tates Senator be Clarence Greenwood. Presumably April Ia. s.J. KNIL. errn, n. 1r ri. ,v C.l. It t wiflid
tainly no necessity for so large reserve the apparent gladness was caused by the your song or %nn.
torediem adver cerlifcates. Nobody when the Natuonal C pital is moved to the apparent glad ess wst caused b the he Office of County Treaurer. oth
asks ortheopt.votersrof -reSrd iCu in F 1 rI t DO 1 wull stie"h
aske for the redemption oflsilver. Two Florida; not before." Kentucky the past five weeks. He says T1o e voters o tm County: im t r.r -tl o
IB ed like fe year= by announce myself a candidate for re.a- 1eyouUem)illyainutr iriilsitn rplpmnuee
..........t seemed like five years.l totheabovenamedcitiessubject to the reondlOf tile volh.e, or hv p,,,iy '. h,. it -
for one would be ample security. Two Wise advertisers are not deterred by Mr. Coller has lis fine wind mill p s of the Democratic pr rie. i ntly ake i:v l.it ever
oorthrtheeemoorrave hundredhvmililondollrsahfeandteern ivn t.teh.nestuct rla i.rlinnt.e
or three or five hundred million dollars talk of dull times, truthfully remarks an and the pump operating satisfactonl.. mnoiMac iaehduties frtoinlftr, and, if.el, wi th rlc0sl art 8an hrn
of treasury notes for the prosecution of exchange. It is the hustler that sells This is a steel mill, sixty feet high, and no hmtteav In soIt oltng our .ua I tu 01he up
the war to finish injected Into the cir- goods In hard times. Anybody can sell the bebt one in this section. He can o J.I(VUth 'iirEhta l~.' i .da n os'furpti5undet. OrShe ,paia r
culation would so revive business that the goods when everybody has money now defy drought, and have early veg- t, FaApl 22IM. ri
thebgoods whens Inesthantmineyaehtta, pl Wrl-,foati.wue.
more wealth would be created during to spend and is looking for a place to tables. We trust the investment will For County Tax Collector.
make a god return. I hereby announce myself a candide t,,r
any year of the war than the entire cost spend it. Sunday was "Children's Day." The nbe tioas Tax Col etor ofo Pa un rmOsry,
oftheconflict. The issuingof lnterest- ibje tothe action.ofttheeem.ocratcpri ar h.
bearing bonds invites busins men contemporary remarks that "I little church was well flilled.and the exercise April J.N.BLt KWELL. DEPARTMENT 30.
bearing bondstheir monvitesy business rater tan more than a year ago we were engagedvery interesting, the children reciting
invest their money bonds their than a nain a moat creditable manner. Miss For Tax Assessor. 110 E. Baltimore St., Baltimore, Md.
In business,which gives employment to in a campaign obsdver and gold; now Belle Welch rendered a loog piece with I herebyannounce my candidacy for re-noum-
labor and develops the resources of the we are in the midst of a campaign of an ease d perfection astonishing, for uI attos tothe of0ceoIf TL aoAessoor of Putnza ew York, Pans, Chicago,
leunty.sbject to the action so tile [ um t.scratil
r steel and lead." If the accounts be one of her years. Every one did well; Primarsesand eietf ully solicitthe support St. Louis. Philadelphia,
Nation. If the friends of adver and a true there is a good deal of steal in it. no mistakes or confusion occurring. of the voters of the Co F. B.ILLARD. Baltimore, Washingtoon, Buffalo.
Government issue of paper money could The audience fully apprt elated the suc-.
have their way the prosperity it would James T. Ga ewood, private stonog cesefuleffort. Rev. Mr. 'acesoficlated, For County Tax Collector.
origiaste and encourage would not only rather to General Fi4zhugh Lee, we and also preached twice during the day, to the Democraetm votersof Putnam county: M UM OD W IN ,
giving most excellent sermons. That I be eby -aInee mvif a candidate for
increase the revenues cf the Govern- struck by lightning and instantly killed Mr. Pace well oiniod oi plainly eyrdentt. Con X
meat but leave nothing to mourn over while in bathing at Pablo Beach last r paDs e ainn, mocrattmic s, yd 'lJ r 0 fully
Our primaries are drawing near, and solicit yoarsuppwrs. Your"I
in the prosecution of the war but Its Sunday. more candidates are out. Think well 0.C. C* aLcDHb.
casual'es in the destruction of human The New York Journal is suing the and carefully. Out of so many asking Por County Treasurer.
life. In all other respects the Cuban New York od for ibe This favors at our hands we have a chance To the Demoeralo voete of otut m Conityv o-
w would be a godsend. Nw ork world or bel. This re* to choose, and should make no mistake. oGenlemmen By the advise of mJ friends I
vives the old story about the pot and Mr. Harp has been a tried and trusted n' efaail.date for te Wago Buggie,
GENUINE DEMOCRACY. the ketle. man, a man well known, a successful V eaaDo mot r'ros t a sto an--
A W farmer and orange grower, and farless support ivesess a s'lermeroomir on.d Vehicles of all Kinds
William. Bryan has some woder- e v of his duties. support. t Your for s sund e uociy
fal endowments, which account for his The second Congreesional District dTater" planting Ie the order of the clayton. i., April st, ites. pnesueed worameni aM charge. iaigif
selection as the standard bearer of the Convention will be held at DeLand on day must have ome r e Ht et. on Suntees.
Democracy in 180 and for the greatest Wednesday, July 20,1Mtl. Hon. leobt. BU'CKl. To th ers ofieum county: Second street, opposite Court House,
achievement in the history of American W. Davis will receive the compiment M AN VILLE. a ~inga Mtl thesn PATA se __
of a reuomimatiou beyond the sligbtest ,I ooa mest l lbeforeyouas a canudidhalesfortisf-
politic. He has the happy faculty of oua reom atio beyod e lightest om e is o fr sme
saying in plain and forcible words, that MAMNVILLE, June 17. astot friends oter ortnFts WgN ER S
all cn Hoderotand, jut what he be. In Honor oflFlorida Edwardl L. Mann, member of Co, F. mins mre nd id y, I vetoeI tter t s a e 9
understand, t what he be A special in the Times Union and First Illinols Volunteer Infantry, from JA P.iAPPLBY.
here to be true. The plain, common Citizen of Tuesday says: Chicago, ha, been up from Port Tampa,
people want no interpreter to under. Florida isto bove a iname.ake In the where his regiment Is in camp, to visit For the Lalslasture. I am haVing inqqilS
stand what he means. His own views, new navy. Secretary Lon Uaadecided his parents, who reside at this plane. L eMt"r'~sa s a" b1 fo Tr
as well as the views of those whodiffer to give the name of Floalds to one of Mr Mauode grandfather was a soldier f the raotme sae sorsn for TruCk Farms,
from him, are tersely stated with a can- the coast defense ships authorized in In the Black Hawk war, and his b aher u st a M r irI a lnsuprof Idtl. Send me list of what
the new naval bill. Therearetioi be fear in the Melican and in the late war, xeir0 e.ia., MayliU".
dor which challenges admiration. He of these vessels. They are tobe ol the Showers fall almost daily, and evern- For the i.. r.. yOU have.
never abuses or misrepreseunl his oppo. monitor type, and will probably carry body s plants sweet potatoe. I er. b For the LislaeS tor th
uenta nor deals in vlluperatiou,however one turret each. They are to be ofabout toemn Patam 4 ,to t~ b
strongly assailed. While he mskes ire. 2,E00 tons dieplactm-nt. Contracts for THE MOD URN BEAUTY fuy retqsse ea E. B. ROY
quest and long speeches, his power of their construction have not yet been let, thriveson goode fuooland sunshine,with g.s t cit,. rmFa, J, a u.. u .
Sn owing to ihe fact ihat1 the plaMie have plenty ..f eAxeciAse in the openair. Her
condension-of aing muchin a few not been c.,metdl form glows with bealth au her faes Por ithe Lllat "Jun3-1m ot l,
words-- a remarkable gift. T.ke a Notice to Tax Payers. blooms with its beauty. If her system t y ce a a. e tie tt ha.a
ilngle example., He says: "The tie. The cty ax bot for 7taxe e will needs the eleausin usaonuofe, laxative rm as w. L N W AH
publcan proaramme now embrc.- he clshd Puly 3Sat, proxiio, after rsod,..beusemelbsteentleaadplduaiseani a p er L 5as2 e.
three perliUtou. doctrines. vz : which slate distrue warrants wall b* r4ruu of igs, made by the California URelaa i. Jrane 1 aiS. -
I*1. Foreign control <,f ur prirvry ,isuel d for all unpaidl tales.:. ig 'p .. Per Mgm o- nty School BeTr. -i ol.II LH
moTey. By order of the ,itl council. OA g Oi l_ as e t aa i(jl l o Ueasi I
*. Nat.tsl baak c ntrl of ou pn- T.1 B. A tNI x, ler s. n ,h m1 k miSd.
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Call for District Conventlon.
Following is tt official call for the
Democratitj tverti.m for the Second
Congressional Disik t of Florida:
The Demnicrateo panry of the Second
Congreedlonatk lastrialt of Florida will
hold a ceht,.seKnal pouvention at De.
Land, Flit. on Wed*feeday, July 201,
180P, as 3 p. m for the purpose of'
DominMting a Demcratic candidate for
Congress trimn the Second District of
Fiorida, aul to transact such other
business as m is come before the cons
ventioe.
o The chairmeo and seiletary of each
county, of the, Second Congremsional
Distrietof Flosida will send delegates 1W
the oolvenutin bpon the follpwizngaid'
of epreensaulo: One delegate for
each 100 votes east for the IDemooratle
congressional andidate at the election
in 1896, snd one additional delegate ftot
the fracit i n Io exoes thereof when It
amotunlt tfiftyor more. Thee ounate
under this role, will be entitled to rep.
renset, ion as follows:
Al&oes, 18 Madiean, *
Baker, 1 Marion, is
Bradford, 7 Nassa'w,
Brevard, 8 Orsane,
Clay, 3 Owsc l. I
Columbia, 7 Putnam, 10
Dade, ,4 SL.Johns, 7
Duval, 17 Sumpter, 4
Hamilton 6 Suwannee, 7
Lake. 8 Voluesi, 8
The chairman and secretary of eaeb
county oonvent0en will senid 'to $.
Crill, banirman, Palatka, a written or
printed copy of amrnes tit ebh delegate s
aM are elected in tshe congressional eni.
vCutlon.
R8. CanHILL, (halrman. \
W, I'. .ANiwvPOr, lec. pro tem.,

Are Yea Going to the CqpatP
ihn.o- of our rendleri who are expet.-
ing toi s,tid poritin itf the healed
term At th'n seaside will l't well ts in
VTeittft Ie hi. sdlvaiiisirtges t twe fRuned at
Coroindal, Iteach,oppositoe New tmi rnm
At Cimrnis no the finest hsie shln4 inn
the conitry will hb found, Ihthist Is
unexce, ll0,et. il 11 ire'tter boach e "n
.ha found, no the AtlaniCcoAst. It)isi
antciclaive .'sir stiv film horits
durag ihi. simmer. Wes wil advis-
y,u i s wr'iIp i, .H. Newell,proprlte'an
of ih .seIlds.- Itllo Coronadoi Beeih.
tof lull articulars.r l'oetaee ld rN.s,
NeW tSiras, frla j8ttf


tiLt Asotiand Pre di path beel
W hda oanched Kisldon, Jaep ao
o61 1e th Wa ",dota&l, -5,u n,

O l that Si a The ta-
*=r== roomtd.
w M. .tawase hbdeOCap.
at lottuand l the co-opeiratig OfUited
w udWer Coloewl IAbord. The ofe.
IM (Meranet a Bpanishemapabout
a meWa from the American ks loot de-
troytla the only well la the lalty
adkillin about 40 Spaniad4.
Ona American marine wages lightly
wou nded Two Cubans were killed and
to-wounded.
Second Manila Rapedltl.on
The second expedition of United
a1tes troops to the Philippine islands,
numbering 8,b00 men, called froe San
Francisco Wednesday. A grest crowd
gathered along the docks to witness the
dpure of the flee and the boys were
give a hearty sendoff.
Another Fort in HRuins.
The fort and earthworks at Oaims.
nera. at the end of the railroad leading
to the city of ouasptanamo, were demol.
.lhed Wednesday by the bombardment
of the Texas, Marblehead and Suwanee.
The bombardment -lasted 'one hour
and 80 minutes. The Spaniards fired
otly five shots, which did no damage.
Santiago Batteries Pounmded.
Rear Admiral Sampson's fleet bom-.
barded the batteries at Santiago de
OCa for the third time at daylight
ThrSeday morning. For hours the ship
ended the batteries at the right and
etentrance, only paring El Morro,
wVter Lieutenant Hobeon and his coin.
panloau of the Merrim wee in prison.
The western batteries, against which
the main asult was directed, were
badly wrecked. One wan utterly do.
stroyed. In others many guns were
dftbu oe nd.
At Mat the Spaniards replied passion.
ately and wildly, but impotently. Then
most of the guns were deserted. Not a
ship was struck nor a man Injured on
the American side.
The enemy's loe of life was nodoubi
beavy.
Reserve Fleet at Se.,
It was again announced in Madrid
Thursday that the Spanish reserve
quadronm had left Cadin for an un.
known destination.
No Kxchange of Prisoners.
The Spanish govel ment, it was an.
noanced in Havana Friday, had not an.
thorised the exchange of prisoners of
the Merrimao.
The gunboat Tunes Pinazon exchanged
communications with an American war
ship, under a flag of truce, and the
commander of the bitter was in-
formed that Oaptain generall Blancoo
had no authority to exchange Constro-.
tor Hobson and his gallant companions
for Spaniards held prisorsn in the
United 8aea6 .
Reserve Fleet Off Africa.
a The captain of a Germaa steamer,
which arrived at Gibraltar Friday, re.
ported having sighted the Spanish Ca
di fleet off Oeuta, north coast of At..
rica, about opposite and 17 miles south
southeast of Gibraltar, Thursday eve.
ing. The warships wee go g toa aI
eaterly direction.
The lest consisted of two battleships,
four Mlar ersidr and four torpedo
bo destroyage.
Manula Ready to Surrendes.
Admiral Dewey reported to the navy
department Friday that the Philippine
thlwJtlte hald pnctically surrounded
Manila and the llfl of the city was only
a qu tion of a short time. He stated
,00 ianIards ad been made priseu-
M during the paut ew weeks.
flobeg and Crew KIiled?
The Spaalsh laover Moorecastle,
hantiago de atCua was haltmiaed Matl
ardy, as a n otlation. smed United
BStates naval ofeers believed, tlt lInA
tenant Hobson and hie brave o" w had
been killed by the btbaodal edf the
Amnerma Aet.
Invaders Reported
A ple dtispae reoesivetd ti adri*
A from New OTark lmil
Shafterl eapeditois had al owg ar
lantiagodeCddCate a "Wm a h O
GWW YlBB--ilM)
SpeIre wer the
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Itfima Piched Up In Many Pa4,
S adM BOall bbwan.
*twehm nHappeninlgs.
aRtinIAA, June 17.-A Ieal train,
earryW Cpe W. J. Whittbomna nd
141 Mnitto the Firest lregimens, has
left bs a"r iws Franuoiwo.
IAnaem, Via, June 38.-Norfolk and
at Wimetea pa ssener train No. 4 was
wredchd miles wet of Sbawsville.
tree mn wre kUld ad an several in-

OIouatatAO. Ga., June 1e.-The
wOrtof eqalpping the volunteer army
na sMetrdance with the rash orders re
lived free W lshinton is now the
mala ting at G amp oThoae.
SAVAISkR, June Is The Baep.
Mnh Naval reserves no have aa= '
anose that they will be called upon to
volunteer, and they are endavoriug to
arrange to be assigned to one of the aun.
Uiy cruiser.
SBAVAxxa, June 15.-Colonel Tilley
of the United States army is at Tybee,
whee he has opened permanent head
quarois for the purpose of erecting a
barracks for the United States troops to
be quaiterwd there.
JACNoN, Mile., June O.-Governor
'MoLattrin will call out six additional
onmpeaies of two battalions with one
lieutenant colonel, two majors, two as-
sistant surgeons, under instructions
from Secretary Alger.
CHATTAS.oooA. June 16-The South.
ern Wholemle Grocers' aussoiaiion be.
gan a three days' meeting on Lookout
mountain this morning. About 100 of
the south's mist substantial busin!e
Imen are in attendance.
TA'IPA. Fla., June 18.-James Jobhn
son, a negro soldier on trial for the mi.n
der of Jacob Collins at Lakeland, has
been convicted of murder in the second
degree and sentenced to life imprison-
ment. motion for a new trial wuas
quasbhd,
Mo TxMinTr, A'a., June 17. Sol
Jackson. Lewis Spoer, Jesle Thompson
and Camp Reese, all negroes. were
lynvhed near Wetumpka Friday. They
had contersed the murder and robbery
ef aged Wi;liam Carden, his wife and
brother-in-law.
JAc atxoVIU.z, Fla., June 90.-When
about to go in bathing at Pablo beach.
James T. Gatewood, private stenog.
m phwr to General Lee, Seventh army
oorps, was struck by lightning and
killed. Oatewood was from Richmond
and had been hee about a week.
NasevtLLI, June 15.-Ex.-Goveror
Dewitt C. Senter died last ntght at Mor-
rlitown, aged 67 years. He was presi.
deat of the state senate when Goveruon
ownlow was elected senator and suo-
weded Bromwlow. He was elected to
be office one term by the people.
OtMAXACtoa0, Ga, June 17.-The
disgraceful occurrences near Lyttle
station, Oa what is known as "the mid-
way," will sot be repeated. The kgep.
r. of the illicit liquor shops lad
pumbling deni have become Irightned
and one and all they have closed up
shop.
ATMass, Ga., June 18. Chancellor
William Boggs of the University of
Georgia has resigned. Under the rules
f the university, the chancellor will
held his office for the pte od of oue year
from date. During that time the board
of trmste will thcroughly consider the
appointment of his successor.
MoNrooaRV. Ai., June 18.-Near
Wetinmpha lest uight the house of Wil-
liam Gurodenwas .burned, and with It
kim, his wife and William Ciarin, all
white. Gurden had the reputation of
kelftag board of gold and there Is lit.
toedmbt that the three persons were
murdered by robbers and the house set
anre tio.
XnT Wa t. June 1.-Junts advices
bem the headquarters of the Cuban aivil
g vemtatent La Gnuan jain Cama-
#Wey, sport that more than & 00 pan-
lsh volunteers and many r'ran from
Puerto Princips and Nuevitas parrioe
have deerted to the patriot armny. The
immediate cause of the desertion was
the lear of the Americau fleet.
NRWPoTr NWR, Va., June 1.1-The
foreign stokers, engineers end Amnemen
on th auxiliary cruisers Yale and Haor
vard, now in thi port, who objected to
servag on the shipiaftefrthey had es.
sived their armamentU have been paid
WO ,d -dischard, te offers fteing
Att It weald be beam to have man whose,
ptriotlm mW M bi s uted apem.
AV-maa-Iu, Jne .--The Mventh
e' asm m-es eiemt a Met SbIphi
,y. ieduen John A. Devis
lbey eill the body to cderw. The
ldm fst weemse wm delived hi
*. W ter 0. Charle Tight as
p Ibanquet ye eadedie e e.

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NATIONAL CAPITAL,


What is Going on in Washing-
ton City,.

A Brief Resurte of Con-


Male on the Graphophame,
Few people appreciate the marvellous
powers of the Graphophone as an enter.
taner. It, i an Instrument which,
though it coats much less than the least
expensive musical Instrument, will en-
able Its owner to have at pleasure music
of a'sv kind from that of a bagpipe to
thatbf a grand' military band. It re.


gressional Doings. produces vocal selections and gives one
command of every pleasure that appeals
to the sense of hearing. No investment
WASHINGTON, June 20, 18W0. pays such large returns in pleasure.
The war news is rapidly appromacMngr Besides reproducing the musical and
the lighting zone. It Is now Snown other record made for entertainment
that Gen. ihafter's expedition h ar- purposes, the Graphopbone will record
rived at its destinaterl, and rtre the immediately and reproduce at once,and
week ends it is believed theA troops will as often as desired, your own words or
all he on Cuban moil, ready for the ag .odir, or any sound. By waiting to Co-
gressiveramps n that basalreadv been lumbia Phonouraph Co., 110 E. Balti-
planned. more St.,Baltimore,Md.,you can obtain
In hll ptobabilitv the flrst expeditilion a catalogue that will give full iuforma-
thit was started for the Pbhililliinet hasl ion asto pricesof Graphophoue outfits.
also reached its deIstiantiii, as it was
due their e on the 21s'. This beixg the When wear begins to exceed repair
case, he Iroops will immnediemely pi.- In your body you ate going tofallilek.
ceed to occupy Manila. The ec,,aud The silis of it are: loss of flesh, pale-
Phil plpme expedition Is well( on II wy nese, weakness, nervousness, etc. The
the third asin last one, Untit r Gen.Mer- repair rn-eded Is food. You think you
rtet, wirt leave i a few days. I s be'- eat enough. and yet you feel that you
ri, wi leave in daw-ar out more th se, energy, nerve
lieved hure that amnsoon no fur troop,) force i thin our food make. lor yon.
are in pouselsion of Manila, Pireident Thedifllfculty in trat you do not digest
McKInley will issue a pro.lamatio- de- eoouhith. Ad t io Ih s1oserlous' t It
%,orti hwittlng down Ferlously to think
glaring the islands to te under.coutrol about If you ean't digest what you
of the Unites States. Littlqoreo btock eat, take a few lose of Shaker DIg*
Is taken here In the report that Ger. tive Corbte. Th, evet of it will be
to Jnere o- your fle'eh and make you
many wasschemlng to get possession of feel atrouger. You won't fall siek.
the Phl'ippines. To attempt this will Proof bat iti Is In eroutrol of your se-
mean a fight with this country, and par ppertn s easy enough to
test thip for yt urtelf. Take t few boi.
neither Germany orany other power Is ties of Shiaker D)lgestlve Cordial,
anxious for any such notoriety. Our At druggists, price 10 ceats to $1 per
Government may permit the landing of bottle.
German troops to protect German in-
terests for the time being, but that 1s Tult's Pills
all, and would be done as an act of Na -
tional courtesy. Cfur Al
The report of the sali In of a Spanishlb AU
fleet from Cad z to attack our co ast
cities, 1, regarded here as mere news U ve I&
paper talk. Spain would never be so
rash as to send her last flet to certain To those living
destrucuon. .
* Labor leaders have been in consullt- in malaial districts Tutt's Pills
tlsn with the Senate committee on edu- are indispensible,theykeepthe
cation and labor, endeavoring to get a system in perfect order and are
favorable report from the committee on
the eight hour bill that recently passed an absolute cure
the House. for sick headache, indigestion
The ighbt for she annexation of the or ik headache, indigestion.
,saidwich Islands is regarded as virtu- malaria, torpid liver, constipa-
a lv won, The Hous. adopted thy rest ion and all bilious diseases.
olution by a two-ithrds vote, a,'d ithe t Liver Pills
"Senie will alpo adopt it a snn as.anio Ul
vote" can be reached. It is now before _____ _-
that hbdy and final adjournment cuannot _
Ite made until the matter is disposed of
SItelrrding the new ismueof bonds, It P I
1% now practically certain that blu bid
,ler.. seose of wiom offered a premium 'C
of one per cent., will not get any of PA Ptw and Conito te yosreatont, inest
SUPPOSITOaIES a C kspiaof4Oin"atna aO two
them, as small investor will take them ose, sof Ointsen*. Aiever-filling cmue
al* lie wh. Ib nm, and ofte n
weretary Altfer chara'terlis as "an eaWth we as e states It
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iItIsmoUs lie' tthe leportof acilash ne
iwo-n himaeef and Gen Miles, resulting
in Milhe lo-.ng command of thearmnv
The l'resitent, Secretary Alger,and thpe
0 neitl are In constant oonsulialsors
coiiCernint the expelatlion to Porto
HIco, which will be dilisptiched as amsou
as the traNisports are ready to receive
,he troops.
The Chaintl,hoa eon ilscau*iting the
i tled of maklutt another cill fur Viun
vat's that the call will be made before
many vla3. The object Is to get the
m-n into came and have Ihem drilled
,srl p spared fur any enmenestev that
m *y a Il.

W*y
Chill & Fevy' ToqcP
Because It cwem the
most stubborn case
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OR/ NOE niLLS FLATS.

Letter on the Subject Frorm the Pres.
IMet of the Board of Trade.
DTAR Sm: I herewith submit for
your consideration, in making your re-
port under late resolution of CongreOe,
an account of lumber and shingles
shipped from this point for 'he year
ending October 1, 1897, audan estimate
of amount that will be shipped for lear
ending October 1, 1890. I would also
call your attention to the fact that Pa-
latka is practically at the head of deep.
water navigation on the Si Johns River.
With the deepening of the river at what
is knoivn as "Orange Mills Flats" to a
depth of 12J to 13 feet it would enable
vessels of deeper draft to reach Palatka.
As it is now, our shippers have to seek
light.draft vessels and lighter below the
flat. This causes great delay in time
and expense of 75 cents per thousand
feet. And many vessels loaded by our
mill men, owing to the fact that thty
cannot load but a small quantity at the
wharves here, refuse to chapter only
from Jacksonville, requiring the whole
cargo to be lightered to Jacksonville.
With the deepening of the river at the
point named to 121 or 13 feet there
would be no trouble in securing charter
direct to and from Palatka.
Palatka is also an important railroad
center as a distributing. point. It is the
eastern terminus of the Florida South-
ern railway, now part of the Plant Sas-
temrn extendlin from Palatka to G.tines-
ville, Ocala, Leesburit, Brooksville.
Lakelaud, Bartow, I'unta 'orda, and
Tampa; the Jacksonville, Tampa and
Key West Railway, reaching Titusville
and Sanford; the East Coast Rai'way,
reach, .ig all points on the cast coast;
the Geoigia Southern and Florida Hail-
way, extending from Macon to Palatka,
a distance of 2S6 miles, Palatka being
its terminus. This road passes through
a very fertile section of Florida and
Georiia, which is capable of a high
state of cultivation, and with increased
deep-water facilities at Palatka this line
of road would develop a rich agricultu- ]
ra! country and build up a large com- 3
mereial business. A large amount of c
virumn timber stands along the line of
this road, which is only waiting for deep 3
water at Orange Mills Flats to set the I
mills in operation. In ouropinion there
is no improvement costing so little f;
nmone1 v i tuiy river in the South that p
wot;ibe cf ?o much benielitas this con,


lempitried improvement.
in addition to the intience lumber
1,usiness developed and to be developed
the n.ival-store business is assuming
large proportiions in the vicinity of Pa-
latka aind along the railroals named,
and ailonu the St. Johns River and its
trihutaries. By this deepening of the
river the phosphate field would be from
75 to 100( miles nearer deep water. The
excellent position of Palatka as a dis.
1nI, 1,.. po iomntis well shown y a report
of W. A. Merryday, which I attach
hereto. Other large dealers are located
/ here handhlig a heavy class of goods,
Such as hay, grain and fertilizers, etc.,
that can be more economically handled
by vessels. Should you have time be-
fore making your report we would be
pleased to have you visit Palatka-visit
our mills and door and sash factory.
Our people will be glad to meet you and
give you all the information possible.
o Yours, truly, E. 8. CRILL,
President Board of Trade.
Lieut. Col. W. H. H. Benf9urd,
Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army.
Shipped during year from October 1,
1896 to October 1,1807:
Wilson Cypress Company, lumber,
'9,00,000 feet, 30 cargoes; shingles 6,-
.'0,OO0, 0 cargoes.
N. J. Tilghman & Sons, lumber, 10
cargoes; shingles, 21 cargoes.
Hodges & Godfrey, lumbe, 8 cargoes;
shingles, 2 cargoes.
Georgia Southern & Florida Railroad,
year 1897, lumber, 15,842,000 feet, 63
cargoes.
Total, 154 cargoes.
In addition to this there are several
smail mille that are not embraced in
tbis output. With deep water the Geor-
gia Southern & Florida Railway would
more than double their shipments.
s Btimate for year 1898: Wilson Cy.
press Company, lunmber,12,000,000 feet,
50 cargoes; shingles, 9,000,000, 9 car-
goes,
N. J. Tilghman & Sons, U5 cargoes,
H. A. Hodges, 18 cargoes.
Aelden Cypress Door Company, 15
cargoes.
Georgia Southern & Florida Railway,
24,000,000 feet, 100 cargoes.
Total, 242 cargoes.


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TE EXCaLLECE OF SYIRP OF FI
is due not only to the originality an
simplicity ofthe combination, b6tal
to the care and skill with which it
manufactured by scientiflo process
know to the CALIFORNIA FIe s8yv
a. only, and we wish to Imprese upo
all the importance of purchasing th
true and original remedy. As th
genuine Syrup of Fign is manufacture
by the CALIFoHNIA Fie SBvRUP c
only, a knowledge of that fact wl
assist one in avoiding the worthless
imitations manufactured by other par
ties. The high standing of the CAL
roaN.iA Fio SYmau Co. with the mea
cal profession, and the satisfaction
which the genuine Syrup of Figs ha
given to millions of families, make
the name of the Company a guarant
of the excellence of its remedy. It i
fr in advance of all other laxatives
as it a.'ts on the kidneys, liver and
bowel, without irritating or weaken
ing thern, and it does not gripe nor
nauseate. In ordertoget its beneficia
effects, please remember the name of
the Company-
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN riANCISCe, Cml.
L4I'IRVILLI. Ky. NEW YTOR, N. T.

The Georgia Southern & Florid HRail
way for months of March and Apri
have exceeded this estimate, apping
during March 2.210 feet; April 2,669,.
000 feet. Their shipment would be
greatly increased even now but for the
war, which only more forcibly implies
the great necessity for this improvement
)f Orange Mills Flats.
Tonnage report for the year ending
December31l,1894: January 1 to March
It, inclusive, 3,931,500 pounds mer-
chandise: 3,529,000 pounds fertilizer.
April 1 to June 30, incluslye, 2,561,-
300 pounds merchandise; 3,01S,000
pounds fertilizer.
July 1 to September 30, inclusive. I,-
0.",500 pounds merchandise; 1,724,650
pounds fertilizer.
October 1 to December 11, inclusive,
,853,100 pounds merchandise; :3,.)05 ,.
00 pounds fertilizer.
Total, 11,901.700 pounds merchant,
ise; 11,821.750 pounds fertilizer.
Being 11,il tons, 1,450 pounds.
This does not include merchandise
nd fertilizer sold ia and adjacent to the
ity, but actually shipped out on the
teawboat and railroad systems from
'alatka.


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LETTER OF MR. W. A. MERRYDAY.
PALATKA, Fla., March 6, 1897.
DEAR SIR: Replying to your Inquiry
regarding vessels consigned to us during
the year 1894 (the year before the
freeze), will say that the City of St.
Augustine entered 13 times, and I re-
ceived the following schooners: L. A.
Lewis, Nettle Langdon, Mark Gray,
Flora Morang, Varuna, C. H. Wolston,
H. J. McCarthy, S. B. Hubbard. The
registered tonnage of the steamship City
of St. Augustine was, I think, about 400
tons, and carrying capacity 800 tons,but
owing to the shallow water on Orange
Mill Flats could only bring about 500
tons to Palatka. The schooners average
registered tonnage about 250 to 280
tons; carrying capacity, 500 to 600 tons.
They could not, however, bring up over
thIe flats more than :300 to :30 tons. In
addition to the above,we received thro'
Savannah, Georgia, and by Clyde Line
Steamship Company some 1,500 tons, as
light-draft schooners, at the time ship.
ments were made,could not be had,and
larger vessels would not charter,as they
could not bring full cargoes without
lightering on the flats.
Yours, truly,
W. A. MERRYDAY.
Mr. T. B. Merrill, City.
To cleanse the blood, strengthen the
kidneys, and regulate the stomachliver
and bowels, Prickley Ash Bittern is a
grand remedy. It cares indigestion,
constipation, and promotes activity in
body and brain.. pld by Ackerman &
Stewart.

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PROPO1 O PLAN 0 RAISE MONEY A N
FOR THE WAR. d

ak Impevr*oes.* Lste "reas Vtso Wi AU ABuRTM W IN Tm" COUMTS OUa RIGi;T TO TU
tsnetwee Ia t--Thl the b aIles clC~L~U USE oF TIEB ,OQRD "OASTORIX AND
a"e" Would fRs C-The ca.sm ePiW% AAs'S CASTORIA," AS OVR TAMlT IAlWA .
Would D0ePO Lth, RPTCHER, ys s
New York te I mporters y that I R. SAMUEL PITCHER, of y i a,
NI he government need *o0,000,000 to was the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA." th,, ,iM
help carry on the war the money can be that h bor and does m now O O evg
ied in o more simple way than by bearjhefc.#m signal wrapper.
putting a duty of 10 cents a pound ( u rmp
*S tea, as is proposed by Senator Tillman's This is the original PITCHER'S CASTORIA, which has been
nd amendment to the war revenue bill. tued in the h em the ot- of Ame for ovrhirty
so. South Carolina, by the way, grows tea
is -the output is one-fifty-thomsandth of years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see 'iat it is
ea the country's oonsumption-but no one the kind you have alwUys bought On the
e accuses the Carolina senator of ajesire of wx t
On to protect this infant industry at the and the Sthe signature t a Of p.
he expense of millions of Americans who per. 4No one hqs authority from me to use in name ex-
have never heard of Carolina tea ned cept The Centaur Company of which Chas. R. Fletcher is
0. probably never will.
l The importers estimate that we will President. 2
import this year about 100,000,000 March 1 ,p 4 'a ..
Sounds of tea, Japan ending us 48,- ac 8, I.
. 000,000; China, 37,000,000; Fornacs, f e iv .
!." 18,000,000, and India and Ceylon, 11,- D No B DJwJ voU.
n 000,000. Last yeartheimport wasll,- Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting
S 000,00 0 over tan hein189e mport, dely a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you
y spite the fact that a new law had gone (because he makes a. few more pennies on it), the in-
s into effect, shutting out of thecountry gredients of which even he does not know.
, millions of pounds of tea bellw a fixed
d standard. The averageost Abroad of The d You Have lways Bought
. the tea imported here last year was 183 T
r cents a pound. The importof coffeewas BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF
I 788,000,000 pounds, the average value
I being a trifle more than 11 cents a
pound.
The Japanese minister at Washington
makes this argument in his formal pro.
test against the levying of a duty on
tea. The importers, he says, have "dis-
counted thbo duty" and will have such T Tv
. a large amount of tea on hand before nhis1 i0 .m 1VIlg
, July 1, the day when the war revenue h ia l
bill will become a law, that little will Tho Kind- That Never Faled YOU.
h be imported during the year, and the --sem MuMw uM mmmkWm
* government will not receive the expect-
ed revenue. If this were possible, Japan
would not be affected by the duty, and
all the minister's arguments against the ROBT.W.DAVIS ,8. J. HILBURN.
Sduty would be uncalled for, but thPA LA T K A
market conditions are the reverse. DAVIS & HILBURN,
The amount of last year's tea crop D & H PALATKA
left over in the United States was un- L /JV E A. S. W_.W____
usually small, and the total import of
. the new crop will not reach 15,000,000 in Palatka Nationalank Bdg
pounds before the end of June. A duty Office istarr IM Palatka Nationalllsak B'lI l
on tea would affect nearly the entire Palatka, Florida.
import of the year. The tea season opens "-- of el between
in April and the shipments begin in Will practice in all State and Federal
May. *e import is about the same Courts. m 7.tt N ew Y ork
month by month. Already, in aticipa- N ow .Y rk
tion of the proposed duty, tha cost of H. W. AVERY, '
tea in the foreign market has gone down,
and here, in the wholesale market, it COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
has gone up. The retail trade is not af- H v
fected. Many importers and jobbers be. Palatka, Florida.
lieve the duty would have little effect Office Palatka National Bank Buildinag.
on the price to the consumer. Will practice in all Courts, State and *
"The tea merchants are making 100
per cent profit now," said a New York Federal. may 6-1m
importer recently, and hie statement Jacksonville,
was backed up by a number of the lead- .NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION*
ing importers. "Raising the wholesale
pkce of sea would make the retailer's LaND otrfICK AT GAINERV.ILLK,, A;.,
profit less and perhaps deter him from XTOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THi
giving away a set of disheo with a half h il olown named settlerha flild notice f Key W
potid of tea. I o not think tea which Intention to make final proof in support of K t
his claim, and that said proof will Ibe masds be.-
now retails at 40 or 50 cents a pound foro Clerk. Circuit Court, Palatl,. 4Florida, on
would sell for any more. The very Jun"e I widow of L. IrvLier.,
arali A.Pierce, widow of L. Irving Pie"ce,
cheap grades would probably go up a deceased, of iBknervile, Via. d. 2171, for the
few cents a pound, a thing which would .. action t 9. Tp. s o his. .N
0 na tnee, following witnesses to prove his nort
naturally cause a better demand for cotnuous residence apes and cultivation of
higher grades of tea. Japan has some said land.via r nd
Clarence Miller. annervlles, Fla.
reatwn for objecting to tl'e duty. because John Winton, outh
it leaves coffee on the free list. The to Columlts arrown s, ',
importers would like to see the duty put Wade Ni lw.. RoBNO. L, no
on both articles. A 10 cent duty on of- maye-td Register. through
foe would bring an enormous revenue,
over $50,000,000, allowing for a big NOTICO FOB PUBLICATION.
true that tea is more of a luxury than LAJND orri0 AT oAINW iavQLLH.,
coffee and oaghtto be taxed first. I do oTICd is HERaBY GIVlN T AT THI
not anticipate tit the duty would in- folhr oinon to m l proof in u eppor
crease the consumption of coffee at the of her alaim, and that saud proof will be mad
expense of tea, although some men in before Clerk Circuit Court, at Palatka, Ils.. on Ask
the trade do not agree with me. Speon- JULY0 inS.
tio is little he of e ip t :1 Lucy Brooks, widow of Robert J. Hrooks,. f
lation la little heard of. There is not d;o;m%.,of r ln. I lorlda, Hd 23W4, for the
enough tea in the country to furnish a n % of n w % of section Is, to towuship, 9 s of fIokr ts
basis for speculation. What few im-. sL amesethefollowingwiteto oher
porters and jobbers have tea on hand continuous residence upon a t cultoiUon of vi the J T. K
will of course be able to make a little chdrlnd, vi: A.J.Fadgett. of Grainl John la.
Charles Smith, r.. of Ornndin. Fla. John loge-
money,"b the whole amount will not Itw. of Gandin. Fla.; penr er. of Oran.
be very le. The tea trade doesn't ask u1din, l .. )I 6isd-. rite the General P WU
for a duty on tea, but if thu government juutd
needs the money I guess we can stand sf se a'.dsn Agen t for I nfe-mati-
it. "-New York Sun. W .e1* w o Agent or nemo
m i Emm pilepsy, hilq witOult NoAB
r Are. .. .YouW|ekIe ad cu r ffin.
Weakness manifests itself in the loss of o morecsaesthanS at 0. CBfi|
ambition and aching bones. The blood Is i living| a hisl
watery; the tisu esre.wati -the oor tis t s 1. W vh-nlerd of Mrl el 8uPteMt. 01l04 ft4
Iron Bftten taken in time will retore your i i dy IAerMadIIb
strength, sethe your nerves, make your U "ApuhS a
blood eh and red. Do you more good vasable --
thenan xoeiresplcialourgseofwaited u work ao "
Browns' Im Bittertn i sold by all dealers, this 4 -

Cash for led Cedar. wu u it u
o Fd,. a s ezpreseadjl jFIC h
Address H. Friedlander, Interlachen, iadru 1[l
Vla. ju172t ___ ESW .5 q i
LADIES DrtufO Fever
JOHNSON'S S.x ,.....m Tonic
CHILL AND a SteellPeByroya Pillsl
FEVER TONIC o"' "" Cures Fever
S ^bll mai. Genuine sold oalS Ij
Cures Fever ACKERMAN & STEWART,
Ia Oe Dy. PalathD, Florida. In One Day.


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rippled by r" a A i wb illbe. entitled to the IEWERAIN WARFARE pedto uirerounds eadtrmthis
orip e d.p flowing T al: by morta.r. The ..toeofwt incotton
S, uu ldU u WIU UUH UUI No. 2-aeorgeW61 2 delega WIMOT ON THE ApILITY OP THE ha 4 d of mokele powd
R a No. 3-orwalk, I delegate CRUISER VESUVIUS the resting pressure being 88,000
Tobe geld at 13 16Jsly 1 1 l84 8 No. '4-Welaka, 3 delegates pounds per square inch and estimated
b ose at Iv & stm lf') 1898 5-.Como, 1 delegate Claes be Can Diter a City-lInstr-. velocity 12,000 foot seconds"-W
TbWst va w hog umted m fli d at Platka. No. 0-Pomona, Idelegate
th while.t g asowing toftadite all No. 7--satsumn Ileight., 2 delegates 5eo n6 seBtlE-O O ay* Hf er -- York World.
te remSdts ptseoibed by the i dcton For Precinct Meetings, for the Pur- No. .-a1t Palatka, 1 delegate *the4 ea t o. Ie B rsrtel o0 atese flig.
&ae" swelltadlectiagt.sThe United Staedymite cruiser thus telephoned to a Boston bookstom:
Ii~tl swella nd o ofmlcatl DeeCuty convoth No. I0-- anltte eighs. 2 delegates
stn era in wartare "Bend me one Buckle on Spain." A
lmbeen eAUmmM mart y election to No. 13-Ward 2. Paa, 4deletes when she made havoo of the Santiago few moments later the answer cam
tot twenty J55tl5_ O -. Ste woisIl 5 Nemilmate County No. 14-Ward 8, Pailsti delegates harbor fortifications Monday Dig ht, aBk: "Cn lndonothingbut thq hymno
1 e11,1111411. tam wntlm Cura.u-t No. 15-Ward 4. Palata., 8 delegates June 18, with three of her giant shells. beginning, 'Buckle on Your Armor.'
whe pe pt tai..Officers. No.16-Intrlachen, 5 delegates Army and, navy men talked about her Pardon me, miss, but ain't that morn
aept. .(Hl0 sit No.17 oson popular 2 delegate recently as reverently as if she were appropriate for them times?"-New
Sech prcict .n theeou on July No. 18 dwn, l s seething supernatural.O Otitens en ork Tribun.
Stiaor18 each prefo ct the county on nlyd No. 19-Puteam "all, 4 delegates rally compared her with Ericmon's
sas. *a ap sta e ec nde No., 20-hannervllle, 3 delegates Monitor and amidsheis a hundredtimes
peaso Re, i -us-. gates to the democratic County Con. o. 21-Bostwlca, delegates moe destructive General Occumrences.
g i.ventlooo be held In Palatka July14, No. 22-FrancH, 5 delegate D Borden Wilmot is the represents. Lo&-oy, June 17.-Sir Edward Coley
areW gns 1, fo th purpose electing e.ale No. 23-Wad 5, Palatka, 2 delegates tive of the Pneumatic Torpedound Con. Burne-Jones, the painter, is dead, aged
flr bo. oventions andla Congrsessionuch aler No 24-VWard 6, Palatka, delegate structioq Company of New York, which 66 years. He was knighted in 1894.
otyour a. a 1nbot I business as may be proerly brought No. 2a-Ward 7, 1alta, :l e.l.,egtul designed and built the cruiser Vesuvius PARIs, June 17.-President Fanre has
now iam a Weu ll r before the convention. n the same lrosEPH PtniCE, Chmrituai. and soldier to the United States gov. invited M. Ribot to form a cabinet to
erw thatsnour0411611 day-July 7-A Primary Election will F. IsrA lu, secreaiy. erument after she had undergone a seri6.; succeed the Meline ministry, which re-
eared me.and I woual2 be held in each precinct in the couniti List of Inspectors of severe tests. The ship is 252 feet signed on Wednesday last.
recommend it toyo.e1 .411for selecting eatididetes of the Demo-
er tfromato part, for member. oP the LDemo- for the Primary Election to be fel long, 26 feet 6 inches beam, 10 fegt 1 WASHINOTON, June 15.-Acting Ad-
Everybody knows that Rhati pa formembeoheLi July 7, 1M'8o. inch draftand ha a speedof 21.4 knots. miral Sampson reports all satisfactory
Everybody knows that Rheumatism nature and other Couatv Offlee% to be "Te Vesuvius," said Mr. Wilmot, ct Guantanamo and Cubans ar as
Sa diseased state of the blood, and voted foratthe electi in November, Precinct No. 1-G. F. Sprague,C.M. "has butteryof there pematr. Wilogn, Guoprating with the Americans are .
only a blood remedy isthe only proer under the following rules and regular. Marrow, C. H. Gautier.
treatment bt a remey ont anl t henfollo Pecrul and ul. No. 2-W. D. Allen. W. mounted in the bow at a fixed augle of GIBRALTAR. June 18.-It is asserted
potash anh mercury only aggravates lst. That the precinct meeting shall .1. Parish. Daniel H. Caused. 18 degrees. The guns are 55 feet long, here that six traesrtlantic liners, has.
the trouble, be held at 10 o'clock a. m. for selectlIn Precinct No, 3-11. W. ilard, J. II. 15 inches bore and built rigidly into the ing on board 4,000 Spanish troops, so.
S delegates to the Coun.v Convention. lieasley, l) ve Locket. vessel. From all I have read about companies Admiral Camara's fleet.
S .S. r* lAAo 'the primary election shall beheld Iron. I'recitict No. 4-Lawrence Tucker,C Monday night's trial with three shells ME.Lso'RNE, June 17.-Good rains
Jla sITheU 10:30 a. m. ntutil 4 p. rn., except In the F. \WVl iron. A. .1. Reiynolds. Iail couviunctd that she has not shown which have fallen in this colony have,
bn ul et g dirc City Of Palatka seid Palatka leightl. Prec'tct No. 5-D. Ei l)usenberv, I bualft of litr ability. it is estimated, improved the value of
being Purely Vegetable, goes direct to which shadl be held. the primary ineet- W. llarrison. W. S. Prior, "What can ihe do? She can drop 500 the wheat crop of Victoria by $1,000,000.
the very causeof the disease and a per* inc trom 3 p. m to 0:30 pi. m., and the Precict No. 11 -.J. M. Cook, D). W. poude of uitroglatin nearly two PARK CITY, Utah, June 20.-The en-
manent cure always results. It is the preclnct meeting lt 7 p. mo. Prrrv. W. II Cook. mliiles away with accur:ty. She can re- tire business portion of this city has
only blood remedy guaranteed to cow- 2d. The otticers of this election shall Piterinct No. 7-T. V. links. W. L. peat this fent 15 times in ten nmintea. been burned to the ground. The insc is
tain no potash, mbrcury or other dan-' i,' three inspectors, one of whoimn shAll Cato, Ben Weils. That imeansm :' tons of high explosive estimated at $1,000 000 There were no
gerous minerals. act as clerk Sbhoull either pieraon a- l'rectli" .No. S-Gabe Turner, M. thrown upon the enemy's ships or forts casualties.
Books mailed free by Swift Specific appoltited il f l ito iipealir it the polls it) Solan'i,,Ir., WV. F. Rtoger-. or whatever the object (if attack nmay KI osTON, Jamaica, June 18.-The
CompankAtlanta, Georgia. ___ peiforin his lutius for lifteen i nitnues l iectuct No.-. A. Dunbiman,W.,E. be. The destructive power of such a British warship Talbot has gone to Ha-
after the time to, oen, then the inspitc Mc i, J 1). hagan. broadside is almost beyond comlta- vana to take off the British consul and
a e rpe A trorioinapectors present, shall l.1I i e ',citc Not. 1o0--I.L eotern, E.I. ti eson. It isenoughto detroyacity,Tn tot British residents. t is believed here
Pl Po pe II ,U"DwiI vacancy from th, aobstandez,.e it off the face of the earth and by military and al officers tht the
l L kc Pale P pateo dht the Ai pm r o etlo t. wN-,tIe- P',eAi.. C sDvi ., and naara the
VAe Lok Pale! D ut the ])amoeritte who voied the Ie. "N,,. -,. 0. DROPlittlcr The nitrogelatin is half as strong again WASHINGTON, June 15.-Major Gen.
E l i d, strain t ecr1ee ticket at Ihlie (lduer. 1.C.iLoomis. a dynamite. Imagine themeffect of 34
Ess Tired? ght linocrie slatec t t rr. tons of iteral Coppiger commanding the Fourth
last general election, or who will p eedsce l'lecitict N. 13--11. l'eterm., E, as oyait.
IRON PLLSg Fever thems. Telves to support ll the nept lKelie, T. E. Lvtlace. tain"TheVesuvius has not one small dy- army corps, ild ocwrapidly th e pan i g
.of this primary and have qualified tremu.>hem Pi.ocN No 14-C. I ne, W. J.. tiite gu, but hac sthe big ne n army at Tamp for the invion o
YouGvetreth nd ton the entire to vote by reurton, an the D, .e Cauihen. heir caliber is 15 inchee'n diveter. Porto Rico. The raay will one-Th
Democrats who have become qon lilied Precinct No. 2-W. Bryan, H. Aaron. you suggestion of their foregotte tha bout ,000 relar appointed by the goern
Needs a Tonic. voter. since thelast gteeral rion, Snow, M. W. Stewart. are three 15 inch dynamite guns at thSe SeAroL, Wash., June 18, s-Form
100and those Democrats who will ce Precinct N, ;- Presidio, near San racis. As a te Secretary of Sate Sherman iose t hs.
St ake thm a botral-why deof are at the timember of election, hal be Preci n 17-Rihar Vause,Jr., one of these gu set a projectile d te. He s strongly opposed to the a
Qunot. aker Remedy Co's allowed to vote at se l primaries. I1). P. Jo. C. A. Lehardy. taking 200 pounds of nitrogelatin acrwod quiremnt of additional territory to the
derfl merimut call o viPrecinr No. 18-W. L. Fennell, the Golden Gate into one of the mou.w United States. He says: "Young
.... IRON PILLS.... list hell per vot gan re the PrIe,T. Lvelace. talsp thone Mius way. The exply. on of Americawouldccupy the sun, if give
Sger a hla peroxt, e t the s Preo nct o 19-E. B, Lane, J. this shell dug lls droppin the solid rck reached opportunity."




Give WAOLs Itre SALth AND RETAI the entire executive the ballotsmittIeeou )the aa would cruAh tjroh th armor, feestil it dos, Parriagu active work on the
0 tinPlasa Wl .fherurGreen, J. E nh msuthen. 8 feet deep nsl id ep fxet'in diameter. thAe t ts rsel will ceaae.
system. nl makes riddy checks *d reterm of The ommi prttee, on ti before 3 Precinct No. 20--W. J. Bryan, Aaron Of course t must ut be forgottexpen tha ommissio appointed by the governl d.
itch, red blood. o'clock p. in.. on 1aturdav, Ju' I1. At Varues, M. ilihnnnon.thVsiuis wang guefcottentiner t of Paraguay, at the instance of
those o f the polls the shall public cly for e n caN e 2-W Calegister.D.rh the air or i uin n t i 0tn to fe a tich to le arie ibptal erv
count the h ballots cast and anounucte Io be cui l'I Catars Cu rojectiles.. of a Gun cotton w it wionly one-fth the United States consul to nquiretelop
result, and shall make duplicate .ncock, A. It. w Co.,wrr i. as strong asnd nitrogelartiu. theo eacntndition of the Spashtua ton
FRICE FIFTY CENTS. c s of the result, one of which shall lrodicN.. 22-d. Smith*, J atu he. l s explode s withins f50 yar of a edo boate. They ana sow in the ope
be retained hythe clerk snIthenother Ca', t n, .e. Inid th the guns oowi ern manof-war, it will render ha is Oape repontainee ss t be deenor
Costs W inte to ive them a trial-why delivered to the member .,f the eacu- eim el, Ni. 2 3-T. Andersoi. a wful. throw the baring of her egies t t ther a no w pec f
not. All itllshaveat lllronrh per., di. .c t N 24-. D. J efforts, Sils- in the midist of a regiment would lim. MHenryi June 18.-Work o
idera merits, must call on liver ept th the secretary opit he .mi- oinate it from the war. I any man in the battleship Wisconsin at the Union






it bealedin a ;p v e. < AX e Drgglt Many le,.ding artillerit in the ar"y aoct who me Jeate o laAmbrose.
mittee and te n amse of the I n istv of I ct N. 2 -.1. i. aPulle W. there gimnt was in t torn of to bit, he nwothat is almost at a standstill o A n
KVery Ol Wines vothe.ommtheerant to >leiivei sal ri- ^,wle. KIN. I A. **Mort*. would nouvet and int fghtin Againstal onseque 18e of the nonarrival of the
returned he co hall aoint onewithhe me-ri er ship the Vdc uvius will te deaitlly. nThe steel armor ate fro The material should
l t on given TAII n gerof as ahi preuroxy, whor ihtl serve on. of her big heilst dropping on the de'l thae reached here six months ago and
OL JuAL and KegTA. 5the executive comntitteeon the cavasllonce o f crush through the armor, a filt- watl it dos alare etate work on the
Drug, Sd u hedbyt icomiteecPper, of the returns, aud e incas the co mit ow'sM tn menof fring it. The grears ynat KItl i Jamaica. June IT.- t
steiman be not present at the elecllo We offer Ovie ]Huudrtd l(olls: Io ts hm lplH e of thdseipIilells explodes it WASHINOwil c Juease. -OffIciS dim.
one of the managers shill brInlg amit wrl for ant eas of Catarrh them the air or inte f tha wwihills epl et n asaisto go marine ho-pOtaiciarvlie
We alno handlenhe ver h naet That In al cases wh be a vot le fr mite at Fort hnock and at t he Mry Wlberfore, an Engls in
best och Ce allengedothe a wnanges .-suh decae .it be curedby si--l's Catarrh Cure. of a ship of wr, t will cru her side dwithere hass been no fresh develop-
o the same, oand if sal vote Shall he F. J. Culildy a Co., Prri,'ltrs, or Lottom tand sink her. If onte c the usets in sthe yellow fever situation in
IDAHO S A se the partyso offering to vote ot'- ie, Ohio.' shells explodes wIthin 50 yards of at a souh. Theyanlnouncetheoopeog
s15heontrll have the right to appeal 1e oe dre funded ined,a have knw modern mn-ofwar, it willer ma ender frthet Brp Fontainebleau, the detena
Li rs executive commIttee, rt ifl < ad Io J Chene cor thealast 15 yvsae, an xperless for fighting, for the detonation point just out of McHenry c ivil popssa.,a
Wines, u 1 I ^be r ast, the partv challe, hin llghe ame Ithe onli pio1ettliv choure l e to he ma will throw the bearings of her ehrgine. that th e car owdily frspect fr
*hall have a similar righ ifal'poal, ani .tmnssa t, -,osaus, and Iemuelails out (d line, dislocate the Ahft or jani MeHenry in the comp,
in(all cassie ranDi-es w here upal ,iidethi l. ti emar.%outoany obl.triusb minls the neatly fitted i.rts. Thus the ship Loxnol, June IS.-J os ena
And Cigars. disputed ballot shall, w l n.it 'atnimma ',,hv,r dir. will ,become. aw ertho elplesstargote mold, aplm detectiveato elSn ma-
ton be sealed nin a sep ro vhei.oe, tutrAi it nti. 'holessals Druggists Many leading artillerists in the rarmy deao, who il Jeanls hYoua isn
Very Old Wines and the n ame of th ffe by ballot. tT "in rnalv. c direct are gretly in favor of the uoe of high alledt into e governmeouth of erice t
ote e together with the rt.eelhots of. p ALtITNO. KihN o.e M I, explosives, and in their official tnimu- 187,awhooint and whar o her inodtam
A Specialty, fered thereto, endorsed thereon and % hoesle I etai,,,g.iis, Toldio, Ohio.
retuned to thr. roecommro..ateewtd Weer h the othermmt e tal's larit, i urey dIetr akeing lter iaterit mn to th re nw ieprtent have inowu lder tor otine shared with
So.ecl attention given t I the fllpingof ballots and returns for final decisions. ,,ally, set i ,t-ol upon h adver ted its more extensive board with a i n b 4 frdee thairt all drsals
tenant Kegs toh., bd election ah alil ce by balots ,"uiio U le urfaces onlSh p rmoly thing that has oTined thplos theder the pretense that hefrom n Fraod,
Au tan. d niyt Mo t rtS, and eAid elite Ian b er .r tt. y loldb angup t cerom powder gnient T well asttia of washeir toa largppine estate in Geamany.






*mnl R / Prnsfer. Ph t huruiball dlby ive m teeo the intaori at .nin P irici.6u.e rn i itinm nQ fre in 1. g thee gne t hat hav egreated ya. m" u to ta m Hawaii, Jan ilead ad. r
be stpollh a deh of oery hinenmes Candth ofnu ni wrte Tr a n.gotedr.fr ,, hB .mite guns as Fort lanoock and at the Mary Wilberf or an Engli at Ma n
best of CPE ZKOFER d w tnaeho furnish llethe ber lna .s ecre t. ... v p .. Presncidio, bu Francisco re to a er. a Scted with the Red Crms Ity,














h 1h ml i p t tee wbry arv of th m uae oapablo (f throwing )00 iwnds of aI
1A. The returnnf o .ile l tl .hali e" The reader ths f aerwllti extent regarded i the light of president of Havana for more
IlDAHO ALealarturh. { a ilir pl ea. tlea r th; er I perimets. i the last report'of the tyear, w. es o fellow diim.Cuba by e
Acanssed ba y tlhi es comfitite.e July peerrso learn that there is at les. board of ordnan ce to thewar depart. oral Blano, and has arrived. ha n
U15 MAe TO OR R isribat.in. i:ck in. m The person ne dreaded ugietiou weremadeforfurthe the British cruiser Talbot. ms
ua-Ct for a itiuiitv ors ditrict ofl e,s and been able to cure in all Iis static, and experiments with the old style Smooth- 9contditkon of the civil population is
P LI the two ral ivitig the hgletoe for that is Catarrh. -al' Calarrh Cua bore gaumsprojectorof dOnamiteOby avanais* mp)indescribable. Ma
N member the le hall le the only positive Cur Known to the means of moderate powderchearger Of san pos dy frem
A OALT luneesl. In cse ,here shall Ito a tie mlcai fraternity. Catarrh geing iii late a number of experiments along iat.
(NARG. F. & )., DPO'Pr.) vointe foray ,ofLte th sexecu ive c, oe- these lines have been conducted at s m- WAsneisaroar,' June ls -sb.iAtbd
veo. obUi. o C Pte shrlly .l,: i of eatuvo a roiitclibilm NlatSeUutes cDa dy Hook with ome measure of- scee m y of th ships heretofom




Also -rP n. I- F~umoltnre Miovlas of returns, and said e.'mmltteeit a tle tiiti.ii .ir-it'h iy building np 1h, from powder guns. The hatterisies lbs Philsppin n .sh all enavy









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'fAo E aada Joseph Lio
W" u applaud to dftrproper o. T 4 W 1 1l
tons onthb death of ComminftoulO Tha l M
S Thopsona4 presn the 1eo t t0n8ig Machines.
ipet Uon o d by Frank MB,A. ". .ATKA. FLPRIDA.
W. Cral., Freii Webb and wB-t |I.e" .

PON ol making.way for children to W ALT. HOMA S,
gotoachool, thb amount asked for : ...... W OL BTAV. DA E IA....
f belng30. Interred to Commission er ,*o e y
.Jerkis for in.estiation and report ro eres ookery,China,

Communication ,read from I11 _L
M.tchett,suto the condition of the G l sw are,. W, .
bridge across Cabbage Creek on Fort 1
SBrook and Interchen road,same og o 11are,
referred to Commissioner Jerkins with O
t ~power to repair same if necesary.
Bid for road work read from J T.
ohnson and referred to uommissloner P aper" ndb"per Ba s
Communication rd from Dr. J. Y. Paper and Paper Bags
e eng in his dtrict Y. 16 10mon Street. P-latha. Florla.
Porter, relative to Rule 28 as to Health ae .0__ __.__.
Regulations. Clerk was ordered to Committee appointedtodrafteultable M.i C.oIC Judgs,iusn7oa>o'.. 2 0 PETITION FOR LICENSE,
have same published for 30 days. resolutions on the death of Commls- I tas. oric, mei. r. 5 .P F LICNAE,
I WIlisson. work B, Crak J ..ry. ie100M
Commissioner Hancock was appoint. stoner T. W. Thompson, reported by ar orsVa"e, taedwork .. i To THxHONORABLE BOARD OF COWNTY COMMIAb6ONiRS, PITTNAM .OUNTY,
ed a committee to receive bids for presenting the following: .o. .......... T LOBDA
keeping ce k, jerry lear d AATA o ...... We.the undersigned voer of Precinct No. fourteen (14) respectfully re-
passable, by the month, bids to be To the Honorable Boair of County J wassaoe, ls" ........ .... S sn aod SpHritoou Li oro gntd Preino T Mo,. ,n forheyere conseAciA
plorse.e oaeG&wtmma............... Wies and Spirituous Llquo, in haid Precinct No. 14, for the,yeer conmmeucing
sealed, and report at next meeting. Commissioner of Putnam County, L.. r .............. m Octooer lot, 1d 8 and ending September 80th, 189M:
comUDnlcation from J. F. leaney Florida: ,. o AMES. WITNESSES.
read, tatltg that no further aid for Whereas, T. W. Thompson. late a aw uim ,.ffjtai r,
Andrew Jackson was necessary. Or- member of this board, departed thisllife '.oS r I IA .... ......... .......- ....J AUer
dered stricken from the pauper list. ob thebS th day of May, A. D., 1808; It m"rd'i m .. g W......."...... .................Jnojmt A Iter
Communication from J. D. Tudor, therefore be it ............. .............................. J AR
Shaking for rebate on taxes, also asking RBeplyed. That this Board deeply w ...... ..................... oJ mith Baer
-kg.r.o18R.sna....... I.1AJen Smith A lier
for the correction of a tax deed issued deplores the loes of one of its membesU w s .............. ................................... Jnosemth A i r
in 1888. Rebate matter referred to whose devotion to duty, whose wi ............... ........ JinoJSmit Alor
,.... ......... of 1 Ar......................... no JSmith A R r
Tax AssesmorBallard, and Clerk re couneeles and whose lont and valuable .mau ................ .......... ...................Jno anJiS ih A R^,
P r ass........ .............................. 20 no am iAh
quested to return tax deed, stating to services were so heartily rendered and Lc.How I ............. ....... .......... ... -....... oJt h ARar
him that Board has no right to alter or so sincerely appreciated by this board. c- .................... .................. n mt claree es
Change deeds. Resolved, That the County, in the Special Rates vh. C. 5. f F. wlleh y f ..............ao smith w
a C e.oe a?. 1a..nco.n.,la................................. ...Jol tn O*
Commumeation from R. F. R1ndon duath of Mr. Thompson, bas lost one rrom Palatka to White tprinrs and ci4 a A _O4alA ............................ JoJ Smri cnStt
asking for rebate on his lersonal prop- of its most honored and useful cities return, limited so October 81, S. a 50.................... ......JnoJ a Smth 0 a ssnneit
So a.................................... Jno Jsm rL o 8C a nnett
erty, also poll tax. Clerk isstructed to and his neighbors a devoted friend and Fourth of July-tickets on sale July 4 L uto ..-................ ..... Jam Henry
Write that the poll was assessed against christian gentleman. nd and 3d. final limit July 7th-.to e D 0U................. Jno401 t tamil.e
him before he left the state and that Resolved, That we extend to his be- points in Fiorab en* fare for round STATE OF FLORIDA,?
the assessment of personal property leaved family our heartfelt condolence trip; all other poits, one and one -third C efor hoa en, wo bi le dl
must be a sworn statement to the a- In their deep distress and irreparable fare for the road trip. sworn to speak the truth, deposes and says that e istheapplicant mentioned
sessor. If this is not complied with los, and direct the clerk of the board W. E. BRoniiN, Agt. in above and foregoing petilios; that each and every name or siuature thereto
the assessor makes his assessment to forward them a copy of these resow H. E. Stewart, City Ticket Agent. was made In the presence of at least two creditable witnesses, and that each and
from the best information he has. No utions. every name or mark affixed to said petition or application, was the act and deed
rebate allowed. Resolved, That a blank page in the letice. of thie person paurtIng to sign the same, and that there was no fraud, bribery
Communication from A. P. DeWolf minutes of this board be inebed to We, the nders ed have revered oreepton in tng u natu or nameo; r ata b eare
With the tat receipt of Mr. E. Chaun. his memory, and that THn TrIN our connection with The Ptnam C oun of the registratloa lists heretofore nade and in existence at that time and now.
cy, asking for a rebate of taxes on bher HR LD ad Daily Advertleer, of this ty Commerclat and Investment Ascts- THOMAt A. KEATING.
property for 1897. Afterconsideration city, be requested to publish these re.- tion, and are t responsihle to whole Swore to and subscribed before me this I th day of Jne, A, D. 08&
.,rdjred that a rebate be allowed to her oluUtons. o n part fo ay habNot PubicS te of onde.
on a yalation of 800 W county part BRespectfully aubmitted, by'aame. L SL =o bt f n
nuponsting to SI.65. Warrant to be LJi. KI rmir, ]L T. O110411,
drawn next meeting. Joam Puc A. B. ftWO3N ee, d
Ordered that the Clerk draw a war. ComauMte. rXailc McMO axN.
,a ntin favor of thepersons who ex. The following bills were the, exam. Patka f., Juno 18.-4w A C hange ?
pounded money I the po ion of t nd, found orreet, and the Cleak, in-
the burning of voting booth ditrict suited to draw warrants for same: A wse Try the Seaside. )
No.. 1, to the amount of W88.a, when eru excment d to the a
the proper bills shall be presented to dVe p....e .Of yellw fe is 2omethin w for a hBre, exoellet bathing
for payment. Vo Idam w-.'....... 8 that should be avoided. Baish all and tbc tle beach on the At-
Ordered that a warrant payable t6 W. Meday as.. e thoughtof "anor. nthat your blood, lan tleo, where m the air is pure
E. M a for $3 for Molly Gale, $pa- .o..'d... .........n.... I- li sad bowels ang he althy a id youab l--o

On mi ha k......................... defy the disease. It year bowels
this board were appointea committee LIm ...I...... e youe .
reisetbe-boos cofmt..h........A........ turbed, lfyoudon't dsleepwell. ftyouLea sth
to revise the registration books of biiad -" blood Is iimpre, ben .temsW1 L d the Procession. -.
bsar setona law Pttl Ash Bits; se i regularly; bt oetuMdeo is opposite New A BICYCLE ACCIDENT,
o 3 ow.I ep the health o- bod.at. Soytna, ouytwuo hrqtfrom pra.oeofexaglonor engover-
On motion', rebate of $2waisallowed .a ..... ..,... 4 s MA- alak, d '.n get otoo t bedttltMldalrWvbeprod.
to Rer. G. W. Becks oB poll tax. ew 9i;# 'at o tj ea agan st by the bioelser carryig
.ty rolls pr jurors ad 1witneues.att ........., pl. by tia e a ak of o r MIhA gadeI, Harper
aqIess over body of Wi. Rusmell were ...... 0 k w ho awhiskey. It is tne et an d paet
in WA6ed af aroe d a a- A & a or, Oak S A IDE ,OTEL. wis on th e fVii.-for meies.l
^ Wooav'd ot S@ pa 1* Oi t. Z. N. 5MW54L.Prop, PI5% aBnd at ano api~argt10 B l0


Mlade his report of warrants cancelled I t
f* fthe mouth of May which was. low*4
ezmlead, foda4 correct and ordered ...n...1.

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