SmIIkasssaeahsc ar PALATKA, FLA., JULY e..1898.
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BRIEF LOCAL NOTES.
P aragraphs of Local and Per-
Short, Sappy Stoeee About Matter
la Palatk a aWd PutNIam Con.
ty, for Busy Readers.
At the examination held in Tallahas-
see last week for the daval cadetship,
Dtlworth Puleston, of Monticello, was
the cabcesful competitor,
The thre-masted schooner J. S. Ho*e.
kings took om a cargo of one million ey.
press sbhingles last week from Tllgh-
,man's mills for'Baltimore.
County Commistsioner J. R. Jerkins
was In town Tuesday in attendance
upon the meeting of the Board, and
made a pleasant call at this office.
E. L. Butler, who was wanted here
for gambling and reselstin an officer,
was captured in Tampa and has been
brought to this city and lodged In jail,
Pratt Deal, a Palatka boy who now
resides in Savannah, where he holds a
responsible position with the Plant
bystem, spent Sunday with relatives
If you want a real, nice, grain-fed, fat
hes for your Sunday dinner, you can
get them at Mrs. Flowers' fruit and
vegetable stand, opposite the Opera
The County Commissioner met In
regular session Tuesdar, and transacted
much business. The full proceedings
will be duly published In THE TIMES-
County Suverintendent of Public In-
struction T. W. Ralph left Tuesday for
Washington. U. C., and other points,
where be will setjd a few weeks yisit-
inu r et s. ee
J. t of Crescent City, was
in town Monday and called in to renew
his aubecriptioo TnHE TIMEs-HxRALD
Mr. Burton is proprietorof the popular
hotel at Summer Haven.
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. DeVeau with their
guest, Mrs. Payne, left for the Nor.h
on Saturday. They expect to be In
their Bridgeport home before the 4th.
-Crescent City Journal.
A letter was received a few days ago
by Rev. E. Trice, announcing the seri-
ous illness of his brother-in-law. R. S.
Mobley, In Putnam County. whose
death was said to be daily expected.-
Bailey Robbins, who has been tele-
graph operator at Titusville for some
time, will succeed Mr Parker as assist-.
ant agent for the G. 8. & F. railway at
this place. Mr. Parker, as we stated
last week, goes to Lake City.
Rey. Wi. Stones, pastor of the Bap.-
tist Church. has gone to Daytona with
his family to spend a month. He ex.
pacts to come up and preach every
Sunday evening, but there will be no
morning service during the month.
An apology le due our regular corres-
pondent at Bannervllle for the non.
appearance of this week's communica-
tion regarding the doings on the Fourth.
We had a lengthy article on the subject
already In type when her letter came.
From "Mignon," our esteemed Ban.
nerville correspondent, we learn that
Miss Estelle MoKenaze,who so success.
fully taught the last term of school in
Banneryille, has made application for
the qme school for the coming term,
and it Is to be hoped .she will receive
the appointment She has been spend.
tog the sumwMr with her parent at
Judge Long, a meant figure in
Republican politics Ina Florida, was in
the elty during the week. The Iudlg
was a member of te national campaign
committee during the lant presidential
election, and we stationed at Chicago.
Since the election he has been located
at Washington, U0., where his Infu-
ence has been felt io the alstribution of
federal patronage la Florida. The
Judge owns mesh valuable property ipi
tis and other states
''A PROMINENT MAN DIS. ,
lsale Bland Haoel Stricken Down In
the Prim of Ufe.
Yesterday morning the sad news was
riven out that Mr. E. B. Msaul was
dead, the aed event occurring at 10:90
a. m., at the residnce of has brother-
in-law, Mr. M. J Murphy, In this city,
at which place he had been quite sick
for some time. Mr. Hazel was asufferer
from a complication of allments,but the
Immediate cause of bis death was heart
The funeral will take place from St.
Monica's Roman catholic Church this
morning at 11 o'clock, Rev. Father 0'-
Brien conduction the services. The
Interruent wijil take place In East Pa-
latka, the train bearing the remains
leaving Water Street depot at 12 o'clock
Elzle Bland Hazse' was born at Oranue
Mill,., in this county, on October 4th,
1961, being at the time of his death
nearly 87 years of age. He.was the only
son of John B. and Ellen F. Hazel, both
of whom survive bhim. as do also one
sister, Mrs M, J. Murphy, of this city;
two half brothers, Jos. 1. McCallum,of
Clayton, this county, and Capt. James
McCallum, of Savannah, Ga.; and one
half sister, Mrs. Richard Yelvington,
of San Mateo.
Mr. Hazel had lived at Orange Mills
all of his life,where hbe was a prosperous
farmer and stock raiser. For number
of years he had furnished the Palatka
wholesale market with fresh beef. He
was at one time a member of the Board
of County Commissioners of Putnam
County,which offie he held with credit
to himself and honor to the county.
In the death of E'zie Bland Hazel
Putnam County loses one of her best
citizens, his immedlato family a kind
and loving son and brother, and his
acquaintances and others with whom he
came in contact a warm friend. Quiet
and unassuming in his general demea-
nor, generous to a fault, and alwtae
kind and compassionate to those who
were less fortunate in life than himself,
be was loved by all who knew him, and
we heard a prominent gentleman re-
mark yesterday that if Elzie Hazel ever
had an enemy he had never heard of it.
The news of his death will cause a
deep grief throughout the county and
wherever he was known, and the be-
reaved family have the most heartfelt
sympathy of the entire county in this
dark hour of affliction.
Straw hats at a Sacrice.
Our entire line of Straw Hats will
be sold at a sacrifice.
THE 8. E. BoND Co.
Fourth In Palatka.
Palatka made no attempt this year at
a formal celebration or the Fourth, a
large per centage of our population havy
tog none down to Jacksonville-some
on the steamer Metamora, which was
chartered and run by the firemen, and
others by rally.
However, those who remained at
home, especially the younger portion of
them, celebra with fireworks, which
was kept up constantly through the day
and until a late hour at night.
An amusing Incident came to the no.
twice of THETixS-HiRAWLD man during
the afternoon. It was a group of
"YoUang Americans" in front'of ,iong
Wah's Chinese laundry on Front Street.
Each of the youngsters had a oeat brass
cannon mounted od wheels, and they
were firing away at the Chinaman for
dear life. When the reporter passed
they informed him that they had just
taken Sanutago, "and now" they con-
Uined in a deafening chorus, "we are
bombardisg Hong Kong."
Romespun and Grus Linen tkirt-
ings marked down.
T. TIaS. DBOD Co.
An rror Corroet.-
Lat weekT xTTnx.HMALD stated
that the stand of colors presented to the
First Florida Rement by George W.
Wilson, were aooepted In behalf of the
reglmA6t by Adjutax Wright. This
was an error. It shotid hate read
Adjutsat Harry W. Fowler, of this oty,
We learn that Mr. Fo*ler's speech of
acceptance was very eloquent and api
The Tax Levy. 4
Comptroller Reynolds has determined
upon a state tax levy for the current
year as follows :
General revenue, 3 mills
Pension tax, j mill.
Board of Health tax, j mill.
State school tax, 1 mill.
The tax levy for the past year was 6j
mills, against 41 mins this year, being a
reduction of j mill.
A half mill extra was levied the past
year to make up the deficit of over
010.000 in the accounts of C. B. Collins,
as State treasurer. That tax has been
paid by the people, henoe the reduction
88 yards Yellow Homeepun for 81, at
jySmI TBx RACKEr STORE.
Resolutlon of Thluks.r
The Ladles' Guild of St. Mark's
Church, at It, regular meeting, on July
8th, adopted the following resolution:
Deaowed. That the Ladies' Guild ap-
preciates the kludones of all those who
so generously donated their talent and
time to the- rendition of "Mr. Bob,"
and takes this method of thanking
thqm. TH LAeDas' GUlilD,
Mn. E. M. Houghto., Free.
Paiitka, lla.Jn]JTy 7,,';
OpenedJly It. ae pWwI
ofeaves t traAu Uu r.thed "I
A AD ACCIDENT.
Two Young Ladta Lose Their Uves
by Drowniag I a iLls.
-A lamentable asoident befell two es.
timable youns ladtes last Itateray In
the Etontab commusaty, about eighteen
miles northwest of Palata. The ladle7
-Misss Waver and Ollie -Dyese-
In company with another young lady
and three young gentlemen, were en-
joying the plessot of a boat ride on
one of the lakes that abouud in that
locality. Under* the jorce of a Stf
breeze the boat was capiased and the
ladles named' were drowned. The oth-
er young lady and the gentlemen were
saved. The bodies of the unfortunates
were recovered and buried in the little
home cemetery Sunday. The young
ladies whose lives were so suddenly cut
down were about eighteen years of age,
bright. Intelligent, and great favorites
among a large circle of friends and ac-
Save Your fl6ney.
We Invite the attention our cus-
tomers or persons wishing to save
money in Dry Goods, Shoes and Gents
Furnishing Goods to visit our stores.
A pleasure to show you our goods.
THE S. E. BowNI Co.
The Vets' Excursion to Atlanta.
Walter Hawkins, Florida Passenger
Agent of Central of Georgia Railway, at
Jacksonville, will personally conduct
the Confederate Veterans party, and
their friends, by special coach and
sleeping cars to Atlanta, on train leav-
ing Jacksonville, Monday, July 18,h, at
The following has been named the
"official route" : Plant System to Tif.
ton, G. 8. & F. to Macon, Central of
Georgia to Atlanta.
An abundance of room on the train
will be provided for all who take ad-
vantage of the very low rate. .It would
be well to advise Mr. Hawkins of your
golog, that he may know approximately
how many to provide for. All will be
cared for who purchase tickets avid
travel Via. the route named above,
whether going with the party or not
Write him for any information you way
For Fine Organdies, Dimitiee, and
Lawns at New York prices, go to
THE S. E. BOND Co.
Thoe of our people who are expect-
ing to spend awhile by the sea1lde this
season are invited to read the adver-
tisement of the Burton House, Summer
Haven, which appears elsewhere. This
popular hotse will be kept up to its
usual standard of excellence this season.
Odd Pellows Officers.
The Pioneer Lodge of Odd Fellows
elected the following ocersm at the
meeting held last week: ,
0. C. Clark, Noble Grand.
E. V. HEasell. Vice Grand.
T. W. Ralph, Secretay.
Oare ~id otMo Mliee mad Obll,
d4 s' Sehlippe easeOxfords are
T Tu .I BOR O Co.'
t CorreMtia hto i.
t wi okNet thaet I of the nae
rted from the pemfhed appll.
emrret t we. .' ,
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The Retoit of Yesterday's Election
So Par as Herd Prom.
Bepoerte Moig ls this moonlog show
the result of tiW primary electibna hel84
ye:,vdw to be as follow:
rO sATA stE et.o
l 8. Crill, 484 David Dawes, 171
FrO Tlk LlUtULATUTRt.
J. P. Applaby, 48 J. Harp, 986
B;. E. Morgan, 89 Jno MoAlloter,418
W. M.Wiliams, 988
FOR TAX OOLLCTO.
Frt COUNTY T.Ie5AGU B.
SJ. Keanerly, 392 J.I. Mcnallur, 114
J. C. Yertnee, Sr., Ik
FOR TAX AsKason. .
Geornte F. Ballard 56S
POTI MeNBER COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD,
DISTRICT NO. 1. ,
J. H. eesan.47 E.W.J. Parish. 86
DISTRICT NO. 2
E. E. H-skell, 120 Gqo. E. Welch, 109
The following precincts are yet to be
heard from: Georgetown, Norwalk,
Pomona, SatMuma Heights, Baldwin,
Como, Monroe Mills, Federal Point.
A full report of the result will appear
A Palatka Boy to the Front.
Adjutant Ilartv W. Fowler, of this
city, is the ilrst Flurida boy to go.1 the
front. He is now either In Cuba or on
his way there. He is no longer a mel.
bar of the volunteers, but a member of
the United tatei Army, and is still an
adjutant. Mr. Fowler's numerous
friends regret to lose him from Palatka,
but congratulate him upon being the
recipient of such high military honor.
At Your Own Price.
Ladies' Oxfor's and Strap Slippers
must be sold. Come and get a pair at
your own price.
TiHE S. E. BooN Co
Gone to the Army.
Wemyss Wul on, of this city, having
been appoinled waion master in the
army at Tampa, left Monday night to
report for duty. A butterappoiutment
could not have been made, and while
Mr. Walton's boost of hfends in Putnam
County regret to loise him, they will
heartily cobgraiulale himi upon his ap-
pointment. His salary is $125 per
month, board and clothing.
SThe Bet Prescription for Chills
n fever I a bottle ut f(ruGe'i t'u. ti-
loess Chill Touni. Never faili it, cure;
then why experiment witoh worithlel
mitations? Price 5Oc. ju.3 ly
A Palatkan Honored.
F. A. Gerber, the undertaker, a&teud.
ed the third annual mneqtiug of the
Florida Funeral Dice:ors and Embalm-
ers Convention, which convened in
Jacksonville Monday, and we notice by
the Jacksonville packers that he was
elected second vice president.
The oext regular meeting will be held
in Jacksonville ino July of next year.
A Popular kesort.
Attention is called to the handsome
new advertisement of Mrs. M. Boober,
which appears on the 8th page of this
Dr. George E. Welch leaves to4dey
-for a visit to his old home in Kentuaky,
*hd expects to be absent about three
Mrs. W. X. Wattles, of this cltyaud
S Ada Mille, of Franele, leftt"e..
day afternoon for a two moth' soorm
a BoffMalo MIi.,P. a '
The fuure is uneertaJla, but ff
keep your blood pue with lood's
MpsC yem may be sure at gooed
The beet medicine yon eat take I
that which bdilld a shd foudatIto for
health la pWre, asha ble6-eood'l
We have just reeied a olnmlete
Soeat patrotN eckwer f.r Wlei
^ L 3"0
U- sad s6is~
I-W I I A- -. r -.- .-- -\- -,
lb All IWAMW
L* M" BM Pmowitc o.. MW "ff..,
J. C. Strickland, of Eton!ah, was in
T. V. Hlnks, of Satsuma Heights,was
in town last Friday.
Rev. J. C. Pace, of Frustland. wu in
the city last Friday.
Mtis Allie Granger has returned
from Lake City normal.
Tax Assessor Buliard was in town
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Crawford, of
Franc!s, were in town yesterday.
Howard Truman has accepted a post.
tion to Harry Stewart's drug store.
L. Lechleliner, of Brunswick, Ga.,
arrived this week on a visit to relatives.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. A.W. BSranig,
Iiunday, July 3d, 1898, a fne daughbiaf
A three-masted schooner is taking
)las Corrie Cheatham,nf Huntsi
I* the guest of zr. and Mr*. H. A.
Miis Datv Livingston went down to
.Jacksonville SundLay to spcr some time
with her sister.
J B. ll.,wp. of Keuka, has ;een in
...'wn this week, looking after hie leal
WVe regret to leo',rn f tie illueRs of
Mmr. D. L. ILtiiock, aud wish fir her
m1 early recovery.
Mire Mary Whipp returned to Inter-
lkcheu Monday, after a pleasant visit to
hlitr 1'latka friends. %
Ilhe C U'iny School Board hold its
rirtulr ltt-t*Iinii last week, and the re-
port, anpears elsewhere.
N if. Mnraeno, private secretary to
Congressman Robert W. Davis, arrived
Sunday from Washington.
dernoptioon show at'Couft louse to.
night, the proceeds of wbich will be
sent to the Geards at TaVpM.
Maurice Lamop left Sunday evening
of this week for IIllnobl, where he ex-
pects to make his future home.
G. A. Jefreoy, a prominent eitsie of
Fritlend, was In town Monday, and
called at TH& TixM-HZBALD off1e.
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I THE TIMES-HERALD, FRIDAY, JULY 8
OCALA IS CHOSEN.
State Democratic Convention to be
Held August 3rd.
", Call for a State Democratic Con.
mention at Orlando, Fla., Wednesday,
August 3rd, 1898:
** The Democratic party of the State
of Florida will hold a State Conivention
at Orlando, Fla.,,on Wednesday, Aug.
ust .1. 1899 at 12 m., for the following
"To nominate the following;jeandi.
dates, to-wit: Two Justices of the
Supreme Court, one for the full term
of six years, and one to fill the unex.-
pired term of Hon. B. S. Liddon, re.
signed; a State Treasurer, to fill the
Unexpired term; two Railroad Com.
missioners. each for the term of four
years, and one Railroad Commissioner
for the term of two years, to be voted
for at the next regular State election:
and to transact such other business
as may come before the convention,
"The different counties in the Slate
will send delegates to the convention
upon the following buis of representa-
tion: One delegate for each one hun
dred votes for the candidate on the
State tie'ket who received the highest
number of votes at the general election
of 18t1, and one additional vote for the
fraction in excess thereof, when it
amounts to fifty or more."
The counties under this rule will I e
entitled to representation as follows:
Alachua. 11; Bradford, 6; Baker, 2;
Brevard, 5; Calhoun, 1; Citrus, 2;
Clay, 4; Columbia, 6; Dade, 4; De S)to
6; Duval, 22; Escambia, 11; Franklin.
2, Gadsden, 4; Hamilton, 4; Hernando,
2; Hillsboro, 20; Holmes, 3; Jackson 9:
Jefferson, 14; Lafayette, 3; Lake, 7;
Lee, 1; Leon, 14; Levy, 4; Liberty, 1;
Manatee, 7; Madison, 7; Marion, 9;
Monroe, 4; Nassau, 4; Orange, 10;
Oceola, 2; Pasco, 4; Polk, 8; Putnam S;
St. Johns, 7; Santa Rosa, 5; Su'nter, 4;
Suwannee, S; Taylor, 2; Volusia, 9;
Wakulla, 5; Walton, 4; Washington,3.
The counties will select their dele.
gates in any manner which may be
deemed best by the people, acting
through the party organization, as rec.
ognized 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.
The chairman and secretary of each
county convention held for the purposeI
of electing delegates to the State con-
vention are rc'iuested to snild Hon. W.
A. lIawls, chairman, Tallahassee,
Fla., a written or printed copy of ihe
proceedings of such county conventions
together aith a list of the names of the
county executive committee appointed,
designating thereon the chairman and
secretary of such committee.
W. A. RAWLS, Chairman.
J. C. COOPER, Secretary.
liU Y FLAGS and Bunting foat
decorating purposes from
TnK 8S. E. BoxD Co.
NO CURE-NO PAY
despondency endured b Tle ww1o
carry a daily burden of ill-health and pain
because of disorders and derangement of
the delicate and important organs that are
distinuly feminine. One of the worst
effectibf troubles of this kind ls upon the
nervous system. The tortures so bravely
endured completely and effectually shatter
the nerves. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre.
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ness and disease of the feminine organ-
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allays inflammation, heals ulceration and
soothes pain. It checks exhausting drains
and tones and builds up the nerves. It
fits for wifehood and motherhood. Good
medicine dealers sell it, and have nothing
"just as good "
Slnce my last child was born. thirteen years
ago, 1 have suffered from uterine trouble,,"
writes Mrs. Paul Devratne, of Jellico, Campbell
Go., Tenn. I consulted several doctors and
took much medicine, but found no relief. I had
very bad health lor twelve yearn. very month
I was In bed a week before the monthly period
and a week after I wasohliged to keep n bed
for four months last summer I wae just like
a corpse I lost twenty-six pounds in four
month,. I was coughing so much I was con.
midered in coOsuniptio. I senffered severely
frem palnt in my back., hearing down pains in
the womib. chills and cold sweats. After taking
four bottles of Dr Pierce'. .(olden Medical Dis.
cover my coughing stopped, and after aix
bottle of )r. Perce' Favorite recription my
periods became regular and were passed wit ;
out pain Now I am Ishv, more so th.
ever before My neighb(rn are surprised tosee
me in such good health after having seen me
Constipation causes and aggravates many
serious diseases. It is speedily cured by
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets.
fROri THE HILLS OF (EOROIA.
MARIETTA, Ga., Ju'y 4.
This is the Glorious Fourth, but there
has been no very elaborate celebration
of the great day in thisbl little mountain
city, for everyone who felt like cele-
brating went to Atlanta. It is only
twenty miles, and that fact retards
Marietta in many ways. If she had to
depend on herself she would have a
good many business enterprises which
she has not. When anyone wants any.
thing, "go to Atlanta."
But in point of beauty Marietta lacks
nothing. She has some handsome
churches and many beautiful homes,
and the children just swarm through,
the streets. The Baptist church is
particularly magnificent for a place of
this 8ize, being built of Georgia marble.
I have not been in it, but I am told the
interior is very beautiful. One of the
prettiest homes I have seen is that of
Mr. Brown.the son of Georgia's famous
war governor, Joe Brown. It stands
on quite an elevation in the edge of
town, and to surrounded by beautiful
trees and velvety lawns.
The national cemetery is within the
city limits, where eleven thousand
Union soldiers are said to be buried,
Some persons doubt the authenticity of
a good many of the bones, but enough
poor men undoubtedly yielded up their
lives to warrant the monument raisel8 to
That Is the way all drugglsts seil their memory. The gate alone is said
eROVE'8 TABTELEwB CHILL to have cost twenty thousand dollars.
TONIC for Chills and Malaria. It la
simply Iron and Quinine In a tasteless
fora, Children love It. Adults pre-
fer it to bitter nauseating tonics
Priee. Oe. Jun 8ly
Snap hoets with a GraphophoMe.
The graphophone is to the ear what
the photographic camera is to the eye,
and more, for the graphophone catches
instantly and preserves every tint and
shade of sound. A most interesting
use of a graphophone is to make records
of your friends' voices to be preserved
for future use. You can catch the story
of youi jolly friend just as he told it, or
the favorite song of some loved one just
as she sang it, and have it reproduced
perfectly at any time, and as oftep as
you please. Besides, the graphophone
afords wonderful entertainment in the
way of re-producing the music of bands,
* orchestras, or vocal or instrumental
soloists. No investment will return so
much in pleasure as the purchase of a
graphophone. It Is the perfect talking
machine. Write for catalogue No. 30,
to the Columbia Phonograph Company,
110 E. Baltimore st., Baltimore, MO.
f'or Itatt tad Chlldm .
M-ate- wo Ui^-^&
It is certainly an ornament to the city.
I have not been through it, so cannot
speak of the inner attractions.
The whale city was in a great excite-
ment last week over the presence and
wonderful exhibitions of the hypnotic
expert. Mr. Carroway,the mind reader,
who toured Florida last year, honored
this boarding house with his presence
Saturday night. He can undoubtedly
ask more questions than any one' I ever
met, and has an excellent memory. He
referred to his visit to Palatka and spoke
of many persons he had met there ;
complimented the genial Captain Lucas
mosi highly, and inquired if I knew the
man who "never sleeps."
One meets all varieties of humanity
in a boarding house, One man came
and engaged board for himself, his wife
and his sister, but he was here seVeral
days before the feminine contingent
arrived. After each meal he would pull
out a piece of paper and poor all the
scraps from his plate into it and stuff it
into his pocket for his dog. The night
his wife came she was too tired to come
down to tea, so when he finished, he
filled up his glass with milk, and put a
biscuit on his plate, asking he 'always
had to carry scraps off; It it wasn't for
his dog, it was for his wife," We even
heard how she enjoyed her supper, but
she lived through it.
The readers of THz TxM-*.HEBALD
will be grieved to learn of the death of
When the foe Is drawing nearer,
Let your aim be but the clearer.
strike'her ships and do not fear her
As you think on "murdered Maine."
With the shores of Cuba looming
On your might, let then the booming
Of your guna tell Spain's undoing
As you think on "murdered Maine."
Wken you land where desolation
Long hath tried to crush a nation,
Young, 'til true, but yet whose station
Boon will come, "Remember Malnel"
Strike for thoae whose needs are pressing;
Boldly strike all wrongs redreaing,
Earning from each heart a blasing
As you strike for "murdered Maine."
See ybn Cuban maiden dying,
Vainly from assailants #ying.
Even to the death defying
Thoee mad brutes who "Iunk our Malan."
SBee the little children pleading
For the food they long are needing.
See those brutes their cries unheeding.
Lord, avenge them and our Mainse.
Oh,, one more the perfect fusion
Of the blue and gray In union
Can but send a quick confusion
To the curs who "sunk our Mainel"
Blue and gray, all feuds forsaking,
Btalke for those whose hearts are breaking.
When Havana'a walis are shaking,
Cry aloud, "Remember Mainel"
God of battles, help our nation,
Keep our hearth. from desolation,
Bless each patriot at his station,
Fighting for our "sunken Maine."
Blue and gray, arisol Defend her,
For our flag will ne'er surrender,
And McKinley now will render
Vengeaince for our "aunken Maine,"
Blatory's papshhall tell the story
How Amarcla with glory
Raised her flag, unhurt, though gory,
O'er the fort that "sunk our Msine."
-R. Ooll Berrien in Washington Poas.
Keener vs. Time.
Having a stock of Watch ana Clock
Material on hand, and wishing to quik
the repair business, I will do worx at
the following low prices until stock is
used up: Watches and Clocks-main
spring, 75c; cleaned, 75c; and crystal
on watches. 10 to 15 cents. Have had
eleven years experience in watch
and lock making. Give me a call
and be cconvinced
laf ety for Woemn.
Tansy, Pennyroyal and Ootton Root
Pills remove all suppressions and Ir-
regularitles. $1 per box. For partlcu-
lars address Dr. Frank Edmondson,
Atlanta, Ga. ill-3m
For strong nerves, good digestion,
sound sleep, and cheerful spirits, take
Prickly Ash Bitters. It purifies the
blood and regulates the whole system.
Sold by Ackerman, & Stewart.
Skin Diseases Cured.
For the sure of totter, Itoh, eozema,
erysipelap. and all Irratibility of the
skin, Dr. Edmondson's Eczema Cure
is the standard. Address Dr. Frank
1'dmondson, Atlanta, Ga. Pnee 50,
per bottle. m11-3m
Why allowyoqrself to be slowly tor-
tured at the stake by disease? Chills
and ever will undermine, and event.
ally break down the strongest constitu-
tion'"FIBRi1 URI (Swet,Chill Ton-
ic with Iron) is more effective than
Quinine, asi being combined with
iron is excellent Tonic an# Nerve Med-
icine. It is pleasant to take, and is
sold under positive guarantee to cure or
money refunded. Accept no substitute
The "just as good" kind don't effect
Mrs. Florm McMertlu rlgLt,wwieuf
W. P. Wright. of Drayton Island,wbhi-
occurred on June 18th, in Des Moines,
Iovyw. Her husband and two daughters,
Miss Annie and Mrs. A. K. Stone, of
Boston. were with he'r at the las,. Mrs.
Wright's was a most beautiful nature,
and she was universally loved for her
gentle disposition and charming per-
sonalily. Her sorrowiing family has the
deepest svmpath3 of many lond friends.
Beeken's Amr ca ar've.
The Best Salve in the world for Outs,
Brultes, bore!, Ulcers, Salt Rh1ea,1
Fever Bores, Tetter, CLapped Hands,
Chilblains, and all Skin Eruotlons,
and poetively oures Piles., or no pay re-
quired. It I iruaranteed to give per-
fect satisfac.lon or money refunded
Price 25 oentre per box. For sale by
Ackerman & Stewart.
A Mew Thing from Apals.
Walking Spanish has long been a
classic art, but it hi been entirely
eclipsed, in the evolutions of Spain's
fleet, by the art of sailing Spanish.-
Our Battleery the smuken Mauem.
At the dinner given the other night
by the Washington Light Infantry Vet.
erans' association one of the features of
the occasion was the reading of the fol-
lowing poem, dedicated to Captain
Charles D. Sigsbee:
When the smoke of battle curling
Bid'. Old Glory's wide unfurling,
When the shells our guns are hurling,
Soldiers, think on "murdered Maine."
To those who know nothing of the affliction
of herina(conummonlycalled rupture) it will be a
surprising statement that one-tenth of the hu-
man faiiliy are afflicted with this complaint.
This is true, and the forms of treatment are
numerous and in moat eases unsnuceemsftl.
Thereil a method of retaining hernia, however.
that is universally accepted a being iperfeit It
not only retains the hernia, but s the moat
cOeFOlnTAltLi and ECNOtIcIAL alpllIanee in
NO. 999 TRI'SS.
As In well known most of the appiianees for
thin malady are not satisfactory to the wearer.
oftndoing nore arin than good, and falling
entirely to retain the hernia. Thutiande or
people are sintering rtrom ll-fitting truaseS. or
doing without entirely, thus endangering their
lives. Ix,'anse their trumis' they have tried towsa-
have given tlhei undurable pain and inconvenr
lence. It is to thee many unfortunate being
who aiffer often unsuspected and In alienee,
that w:wxtend a cordial Invitation to oome and
beexamined free of charge, Weablso agree to
fit trusand allow patient to wear It for one
week. at the expiration of which time we will
refund the money If found not satisfactory.
FITTING A TRUSS.
To think about it is e y. ibut it i only easy
to those who thoroughly understand ernia.
There are several kinds oftherna and each has to
be reduced and retained with a trun fitted s -
cording to its own peculiarity. During ten
years of practical experience in fitting truses
we have not found a single case that we could
not retain. It 'sote nothing tole convinced but
to coumie and see.
THERE ARE OTHHERTRUSE8,
Many of which might be good If they couli
"ely be lade tofit; ht experience prove that
ahlinot every Individual requires a different
shaped truss-one peculiarity of our truss is
that it ,an be fitted to any shape
Beware of hard rubber trIames that cannot IK'
shaped without heating, as they will not hold.
t--WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF--'
H. R. and Elastic Trusses, Suspensory Bandages, Pessaries
and all kinds of Rubber Good#.
Crescent Drug Stor e,
C. J. GARRETT, Proprietor.
IF YOU ARE GOING ANYWHERE, WHETHER IT BE
North, South, East, West,
Northwest or Southwes
REMEMBERR THAT THE
Plant System a d
WITH GATEWAYS AT
Port Tampa, Sanford, Jacksonville, '
Charleston, Montgomery, Tifton.
.And Various Other Point
WITH ITS ALL-THE-YEAR-ROUND
.... DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE....
IS THE BEST ROUTE.
Cheap Summer Excursion Rates I
All information can be obtained promptly by addressing or calling on
F. M. JOLLY, Div. Pas. Agent, 188 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, F
B. W. WRENN. Passenger Thafic Manager, Savannah, Ga.
1 easbot*o*0* ae**hh****A*I*ahea*heAaa&ahate*ouoasase
8:pRICKLY ASH BHTTER$4
CLEANING SLIVER AND BOWELS
&a In rumTIMM= 20 MAUMSu&..
1953 SOMA 35 SOLD 210 ?ALL DRUGOISTI.
a .'. -'
$ ,. I'
- .C.~e) ,>~flhl/ijPIe.
W. A. MERRYDAY
Hay, Grain, Flour, Meal, Grits,
Orange Box and Building Material.
Bradley Fertilizer C.,
Williams &Clark Fertilizer Co.,
Ray&'Fickett Schooner Line,
'Sailing from New York to Palatka Direct.)
THE TIMES-HMALD, FRIDAY, JULY 8.
A New aid Complete I'reittietit., toliatin of
UPPo'lsti(.l roRI., Capsules of Ontament alid two
Boxes of Oiitlmteit., A ]never-failing cure for Plkic
ofevry inialureAltIl degree, It makestnoOleroantio.
with the knife. wlich ais rpifill, sani often reitll
in death, umnece;ary. Wkh endure this ter t lk
dillies We PCk a Writtg Buaraitae Is slach
t Sox. No Cure, No Paiy. ocan.t i a box, 6 fur
p5. Sent hby mail. Samples rree
OINTMENT, 2Re. and 50co.
CONSTIPATION pasIMO 1"01t~ the
Irest LIVFR and STOMACH kEGULATORand
1LO0D P'URIFliER. Small, mild and iplemaum
it, take: especially adapted r children'a use. so
aoses as Ceits.
FREE.-A vial of these famou Ilittle Pellets will
ti tiven with a i box or more of Pile Cure
NOTICI-T (;R G INUIHKE FaUi JArANNBa PILL
t.uas foralde uly by
ACKERMAN& ,TEW.A 1.T
Suffered 20 Years.
uR. mlArY LEWIS, wife of a poml-
ment fa: ier, and wc;l known y Q11
o:d r.'-; : int near Belmtont, N. 1Y,.
writes: 'ror tcuty-.seda*yan Iam4benu
acoustanta ufflerer flrl bei'oaus iUa
tion, t 11 paid lurgPi6eumlf e. .d5we-
torsLnJ iudvcrtslwoSeaodle wlhUbo*1 W
Git. Three yeare'ag tsy condittOm was
alarmaia the least qolsewould startle ad
unporve me. I was able to sleep, had a
number of siaklalg sells and slowly grnw
worse. I began mdDTg r. iles' ItestoraUve
Nervlne aund rm and Liver Pll. Attrst
the Mioilcine emeidtohave o efRet. ouat
after taking faowctt:ee I btcSU to atice
a chau'e: I tested better as mg it ape.-
tlte heitCa to improve and I tlaidly grew
better, totll now I am as early se
to bet ih as one of my PeMnAy 'God
Dr, .;;es' Itemediles
are sold ty all drug-
glts under osl,- i
(u sales, tbse1le -b"Am ow
beneits or moesy -
funded, Neokoe "., .
eammeof the I ea= = t
S DIrv (free. Aim m,
OIL. Umm iAL lft h afi In&
MMs or perhaps it wcs care.
.No matter what the cause
you cannot wish to look o14
at thirty. "
Gray hair is starved hair.
The hair bulbs have been
deprived of proper food or
proper nerve force.
Increases the circulation in
the scalp, gives more power
to the nerves, supplies miss-
Ing elements to the hair
Used according to direc-
tions, gray hair begins to
show color in a few days,
Soon It has all the softness
and richness of youth and
thecolorof early life returns.
Would you like our book
on the Hair? We will gladly
send it to you.
If you do not obtain all the
benefits you expected from
the Vigor, write the doctor
bout It. He may be able to
suggest something of value
to you. Address, Dr. J. C.
Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass. *
TO FEED PRISONERS.
UNCLI SAM TO TAKE CARE OF CAP-
TIVES AT SANTIAGO.
arrsasemioet Under Way to Varalsh tap.
pule to the sufterl sInhabistso a.r the
B.ls*c4 cur-pdoelsh Prismers to s*
veatull eought to Thit ouoty. '
The problem of feeding the people of
Santiago and the'priaoners taken there,
in addition to the United States troop
under Shatter, was discumsed at a long
conference the other afternoon between
Beoretary Alger, Qaartertuaster General
Ludington and Commissary General
Eagan. It is a very serious matter and
cannot be adequately adjusted until the
war department has been acquainted
with the conditions that will exist after
the town has been tadcen. General Shat.
ter took with him supplies for six
months for about 80,000 men and ani-
mals. These, it is estimated, will last
the United States troops and their Cu.-
ban allies, the needy people of Santiago#
and the Spanish army defending the
place for three mouths, so that there is
no fear for the present of any lack of
subsistence., The supplies that accomU-
panied General Slihatfter were intended
for use in the Porto Rico as well as the
Santiago cainpaigu, and for that reason
it is intended to send additional sup-
plies to Santinuo, so that those now in
the posoeiFion of tho Aieirican forces
will not be depleted. Arrangements for
sending a great quantity of foodstuffs
to Santiango are being made by the coin-
missary gniernl and the quartermaster
generic i-miMatiu does not
propose to l-t W peeplo of Sanitiugo
suffer Ite eitv l is poauss ion of
the AsMumese; e-..
The military authorities believe that
the suffering people of the besieged city
have heard the stories 'about the abun-
dance of food supplies in the possession
of the invaders and anticipate a friendly
reception for Shafter's troops from a
great many of the reuideits. It was said
at the war department that the Spanishi
forces might find greater difficulty in
holding Santiago through the desire of
the people to have the Americaun. with
their unlimited store of provisions, gain
a quick victory and expedite the diatri-
bution of the rations.
The reports that many refugees have
taken the risk of getting through the
Spanish lines to the Atperican position
in the hope of obtaining food have con-
vinced army ficer that the news is
spreading it Santiago that the terrible
Yankees are not so terrible after all,
but have wagon loads of good things to
eat, which they intend to give to the
needy to the city. It would not surprise
officials in Washington if riots began in
Santiago over a failure of the Spauish
trees to surrender or capitulate within
Ia rsaouabei time.
The adnhnlitratibm believes that
Shafter will capture nearly all hbe eue-
ay's frces now in Santiago. The ques.
Meoa of what$ dipuition shall be made
of this great number of prisoners has
been bothering the president and Secre-
tary Alger for unme time, but they hope
to reach a definite decision soon us to
the location of a great military prison.
It is not intended to leave the prisoners
in Santiago. They will be transported
to the United States as mpidlyss possi-
ble in order to relieve the government
troops in Cuba of the neoesity of guard-
The administration has not receded
from its decision to allow the Caban
allies to hold b.ntiago after the cam-.
pignp there is over. so that General
ihafter's ourps can participate in the
Morto Rico programnie. United States
troops will, however. be gwrrisoned at
Santiago until the lnst of the priounern
has beeu sent to this country. The war
department officials have four plucon in,
view, ahy onte of vhichi would be an
excellent location for a military prison.
They say that a storm uf protest
would probably come from the petple
of the ocEaliltes in question it publicity
were given to the fact that they are un-
der consideration It is intended to ee-
lect one of these places and proceed to
erect the necessary buildings there de-
spite objections. There will be no recou-
sideration after the Aciiont has been
made.-New York Suit.
Duteo el a Landsman In she Navp.
An tp towq drug clerk in New Or-
Ima duired to enlist in, the United
States navy. He was an effoent drug:
gist, but he strenuously disliked being
in undiignifed hbat over anythil. lu
tact, his dispusitionl to Who vvesything
slowly and in the mc dignified maniar
had seriously stood the way of bi
gdvancemeant sen it his owe partkirlsr
moiliug. and it was partly for tlis as-
" that he desired to join the navy
"la what capacity do yeo wish teo
Mltr't asked the recraittig oicer
"5As a draggisM. Mr.'" rplied the ap
** Whdoes a lsad-man hays tn do?"
eesticed the applicant debtfully
"Anythling he'i told. atl dett u--.---
ick tee"--New rleatM Tlmasi.,i
will cure well, have a bright,
rich color and flavor, with good
burning properties, if liberally
supplied with a fertilizer con-
taining at least 1I5% actual
h the form of sulphate.
The quality of tobacco is im-.
proved by that form of Potash.
Ow books will tell you Just what to use
Sa fe ee.. Send for them.
0M-MAN KALI WORKS,
M h., NewYok.
It's an III Wind. Ete.
Well, war [rings its benefits. All our
visiting relatives have enlisted in tlhe
army. and the government is feeding
The Voice of the Hour.
he tilnie is puint for tltiM
iTo iti-lay tliir kiau li-ile rare|
mhy iin't do all the taking ;
Turn about it only fter.
Their efforts No untiring
t4erni i-itopticoUtlay weak
When somebody lpull, the lover
And the guns bllin to apeak.
The ortlur who atrunsgir
To make destiny mtiitd Lick
finds hit audiotrce deserting;
He haa somli how lost tihe knack
Of ivtflit. K attltioiun
By hIi menthoxdI uave and sleek.
For tihe whole world stop to listen
When the gaum begin to speak.
Will He Nseoleutly Remoatedl.
The proposal to change the name of
the Philippines when our possession of
them in cinflrmed merits no attention
and will receive none favorable to its
suggestions. Thu islands will keep their
old designation, mut will be provided
with a new Gas and now principles of
administraticm, which is al that they
really sitan u to ed i at- w York
I Re Von W
WVt'i-ako't i i snl'lt itm if I-i ,' ,'
In liiin aill aoo loii IimtC 'T'l 'iWo.il 1i
A lerv; the titue i Iire wI iit-ll-I '-.r it
I-,Ini- 'i.,op 'i-(d lorrlisto's.. A lh.i o- of ,'Ii 'l -'
I n ItilliTerx I'Le.t 11 iiu i e ill rl',torc: i r
-*"fi^ !1, ivithl v'okr iwv-r i' lnodil, 3'-"
lhh.wl rich aid rIl. Do y io ran. */
!lt ii) I < iv. ri" nlc 'tn rr ii:' ldh i,,.
lPr w.', .. r ir nold lv 11i d aletr.,
MADIUL, July l.-Phagggei AlpaSm in
i ill Teiew to ,iy.l s t i the
peme rumiors, mid: 'IThey am absurd.
I am astouished that any attention is
paid to them. There will not be and
cannot be may discussion in regard to
the latter. I afirin this absolutely.
The guvernineut cannot treat for peace
aow. Thuat action depends on develop-
ments and the government will not act
-asil the propsw time."
Was Iarox, July 3. The milnes
drisged oat of the harbor of Guanta-
same by the American warships are of
French manufacture. It is supposed
the other mines in Cuban harbors are of
the same kind, and the information is
valntbla for tihe retaLtn that with A
knowledge of the baracterof the ntiues
their destruction can more easily be ac- ,
complished. The tmiines were all bought M' ,
before the declari ionl of war, so noan 'II ... ,/,' '.
plaint an be made by this government i
WaSmsHOTOw, June 80.-Bequifitor io-',i.
for payment of pensions for the thrle
mouts ending June :0 have been as itol. e'ns pni-i. dagcr rnd (.
lows: Washlitgtn, $400,000; Tol kia. posawibedesctifor uome ,
.4.50,00w; Sditu Fnimeiisco,i78,000; Phtte. iea, Fdr otlmev ito/. P,'
burg, I.1,8Ot)0;Philaielphia. $I7Tto; disomfott all,. There
New York ci-v t11l,000; Milwuaukee, Is no remon why child. //
$1,960,000; larin ,ule, $100,000; Kiqox. birth should bea, sriod
ville, $t1'O0,1o: Indimaapoli., *$10,tO0; of pain and dread. ev. It is a
re...-.i.iisri,:- D*,. Moi'net. ""* erna months ttcre a lintment
000; Conorts, I. H., 77a,0Xko; Colnmr- wfcrnt bhcomts ia to be ap
bus, 0., 100,000. ; Chic-ago, $ .t't 0.00.(O, mother she should plied ex.
Buffalo, $1,00,t.): Boston, $i0,000; repare lhe relf for / rally.
August 0,0 e erltical crdeal. It lax
gust, 000. There a reai the u
tlon made which i elM ad re
Whnt wea -giWluns to exceed r-palr | Intended for tie lives the
I .n ,..I oly yo.n as. going to fall nik. puoe e disteneon.
T'P .,,s of It ar : 'lni of flesh. ".' this woderfulS
ne P. weakoo-me, n rvonsinws, etv. a r. preparation I organ co-
r-,'r rn-li l-. r i. r. o 1 hitlnV \s
.,, ....... v o f-eel that yo b tr:chilbirth, and
so ,, .,,, t, ,11,., 1 er*y, ntra'e a da waye ld
. i-Wi, i t Af, ',tosaas Nor nie ar sarlyall suffer.
.'1 r i.* t vt .ti nt. dig t JAt. DiiItrfvltI
-,., I i Ii I it ** .* tit' i i> .in" o l ..r___ 1 e
., -, .r 1 i e -I bprduin
1 I" -tWh alot y 1 Zi t hewhol
... .. iI
a ... r riod of p
1* ie h. ancy. 1 Is t
.i i it .,e cu i '. i r-d *- rn tt.. f ell w omi n.-
',,,:.,h ,,r (' t,, .,, .. t k nd in Wele womer ,
-y r- ," .1 i Till iii will es to sm ad.
,u,'." P -r'. .... Ltou ,i I rc up atl O
si h C la\1te,, C tallr e..
THE OLDEST VOLUNTEER.
A ?biydeia Who I I 10 Ten m Old O rau
I Serlees as a surgeso..
Probably the oldest man in the Unit-
ed States to volunteer hi. services in
tbp Spaitib-AAmerican war, and certain.
ly the oldest physician in the tat of
New York, is, Dr. Henry Ooumuey of
Hanoock Junction, Delamte county.
Thotigh 109 ears old, the dotoer still
makes daily calls on his patitetl, and
when the president asked for volunteer
he offered his services in the capacity
The doctor says he was born in Ames-
It, of Italian parents. He has a repu-
tation of being a suoooesufl healer of
human ills, gathering all his remedies
from the woods and Ctlds in Delaware
county. He makes his professional calls
on foot, often traveling 10 or 19 miles
a day without unusual fatigue or in-
convenience. His hearing is slightly
dull, bat he read ordinary print with.
out the aid of glasse. At the time of
the enrollment for the draft in 1864 the
doctor was 75 years of age, but was
physically equal to a man of 85. The
doctor gives "right living" as the ascret
of his long life.-Exchangae
DEWEY SCENTED VICTORY.
A Letter Predicting It Writton as o s
Sister From Hongkoeg.
Admiral Dewey, who was in Hong-
kong on April 18, wrote a letter to his
sister, Mrs. Mary P. Greely, in Mont-
prlivr, Vt. The letter was recently re-
ceivedil. It was the last communication
from him before his departure for the
Philippinims. Admiral Dewey said:
We are still waiting for the declara-
tion of war to begin our work here. I
have seven men-of war, all roraly for
action, 'and should war be the word I
believe we will make short work of
Spanish reign in the Philippinos. The
insurgents are ready to rise at our first
gun, and long before this reaches you
we may be matters at Manilla and other
Philippine cities. But, after ill, war is
a tirriblo thing, and I hope some'way
out of the dilemma may be found with-
out resortiug to i My health continues
good, although it is taxed to the utter-
most, and my one prayer is that I may
be able to hold out until we have fin-
ished our work. "-New York Sun.
To the men who faught with Deeatur..
To the men who with Lawrence died,
to theI men who fell in that blaming bell
Of Mobile by rarregut's side,
Take to thia ow m-*ssse, ator$ end plain,
tell them the uirs r cost kIes im iln,
Mn of the Malael
tahs to the -m G thh sip. m da
from tbe men of the hlp. h of stae.
To the hearts thet broe mid the lamewand
from the Uvbag hassle emt
L ore Is ms MAO ma rI..mIe.NK
eal oo nap wee tboI
Mew leas-t h- ew ess am
Nor ki ns's6thesme
Dat straight In the facoe 1 a gd m
Who rAver, llke you, were free.
Mll ibm 'its ltlus tht aow sNw we ite.
ad Od -" s iMah Ma Msh ertas
*Peth the mrky eesavs h th Obhe sewa,
Ite blow t the night hbt b began the ht
Witch M ,is *a the do atoh e l a
AM r Nes doll thunder their old M
ent hknellfrom here--fm eOm
uMs at ste sMalel
-Army and Navy Jsmel.
", r.&.. 0
Tampa and '
Key Wet '
H ear Florid
Pjrite ,h3 Ceneral P's
Ag nt for rnfcw;natM.
AN B. OutAK, CsaAcA~
i~~,S~f46i ~5uut i'* ~cl- ~i
* '~k -iA'-.
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*iI ik ~i~i
SPerhap.you have made
up your mind to take
S s summer.
I Then look for
this picture on
C he wrapper, a
an with a big
: O'honhis back.
SDo not let anyone talk to
: 'ou of something ust
; .is ,ood."
When you want cod
'\cr oil and the hypo-
i hosphites you want the
:ry best. You will find
S;i"em in only one place,
., T here is no other emul-
4i,,ai like it; none other
Slc ,the same work; and
S other has the same
OJ (f cures.
.' !'i T '-t s c. and St.
I h' emists, N. V.
LOi I PENZKOFER,
SUITS MIA1D1 T)O ORIER
IEI.; *i ANI) REPAIRING
G;IVINO MISFITS BEITERSTIAL
Ropgro Hulding, Lemon St., Palsatuh
4- t 111ut 11w
d tWavel twmM]
New York :
THE TIMES-HERALD. JULY 8:
CIM. 1, KENDALL EMLaau l ?rordetr.
UIIMImTiONIqLATV-(X ome $15. Six
smea5. 80 Mntm.Timms Meansa UCums.
Usbteripties due in selymas.
All osivertleinif uIlls r9.030 t ue pio Pau
eye7 onth. Speelaisti s'1'oil fies, poase
,,, vittint" e~st.'PUt'he mu'. hir oqpswes
NEW POSTOFFICE RULES.
Two new orders have been issued I
the Poetofflice Department which w
be of Interest to the general public.
One specifies thbat hereafter there w
be ho forwarding or re.mailing of mi
matter of the second, tdird and four
class unless the postage is paid in a
vance. This cover newspapers, ma
azines, periodicals, and merchandise
Heretofore these classes of mail matt
have been forwarded to persons movir
from one point to another and postal
collected when delivery was made. I
many cases this forwarded matter, u
pecially newspapers,. was refused,hen,
the government received no pay fk
the extra work. Under the new rul
people who desire this class of mail
follow them in their travels or to ne
home, will have to leave either monm
or stamps to prepay postage.
The other older refers to the questic
of private postal cards. Any person (
firm can now have their own prival
, cards provided they comply with ti
requirements of the department. Th
cards must be 31 by .'i inches In size
and of white, light gray, cream, or bu
In color. On the address side must b
printed the words "Private mailian
card, authorized iv the act of Congress
May 19, 1898 On every such card
1-cent stamo must be placed. The e
verse side of the card can be used a
the sender sees fit. This new regular
tion is more particularly in the interest
of business men, and will probably b
much used by them for advertising
purposes, as they will attract attentloi
owing to the difference in appearance
from the ordinary postal card.
IL is with deep regret that Ti 1: risEs
HERALDlestni iIhat its warm friend
Emerson W. Judd, who has bo long and
faithfully held the position of managlnI
editor of the Tim*s Union and Citizen
1s to seve* his crnuection with thai
great journal, and become editor of the
Troy (N. Y.) ,Budget. To Mr. Judd
belongs a great deal of credit for thl
phenomenal succen of the Citizen be
fore I's consolidation with the Times
Union, amid since the two papers bdcsmt
one he h held the position with credit
to himself aid the gleat journal with
which he was connected. Th,,man
Addi"on, lutmerly of the Columbia (i,
C.) Itegster, succee Is Mr. Judid.
Li ulenant A. J Harris, regimental
quartermaster of the First Florida vol.
unlfers, ha resiun'd that office, .nsd
will be re-appoinied to hie former posl.
tion as chief of the fire department o'
Ti, ieipmerv .1 quartermastership
has lven t nder .1 to Secon I Lieutenant
F. X. -cbuler, *f C.,mpany C, who his
been i"ingt as r, giment.l cimminsaryv
Be h.. he. promoted tob 'PirsIt Lieu.
tenant and win '0,cept the ollc s ofqiiar.
termaster.- amps T'rihu-e.
Lake Citvy ep rier: **loth of aPlr.
Jila's Csongx'etts i v.,ied agrllist tie
liewaiiau in n-:.isii lill. Davia l od
bparkman ce* lu a if depiend.d tipoO
to do the r'i,,i i.ii ar lie proliertiine.
Th peot" f f'l..,ns know 'him, hence
both gi *...**. v r ,r soeu'ed of the
UilHe'-'i ..:' ',ii tl ru,p>rt of a,
Wbaite dIRA'- u. *
lO l^.. .. :J ;< )
"Remember the Maine" has faded
into legnifalcance. and In its stead we
now say, "remember the stamp."
Schley didn't do a thing to C;veral
Just wiped hie fleet off of the face of
the seas. That's all.
spin has asn exuellet Camara, but
she ceant get a samp shot at unyt ig.
lo Admiral Canmra: **You'se iexil'
How to Leek (eI.
(tood looks are 'tally more than sets
deep, dependiug entirely on a hea thl
condition of all the vital organs. Ii
the liver ItoIn-setlv y9u, hiave a billow,
look, If your stomach is disordered,
you have d asp' I I-look. if our kid,
nes are affeot..d, yjou I iv a ulnhclssu
look, Secure good I eat im, hit lyou will
surely have good looks Klo i ri BUr
terms is a good ailterativ. ad rtonle; nmet
directly on the stomach, liv r ,ud kw.-'
neys, iurifles the blood, cures plmplee,
r l )tnhes anw txilla,'and gives a gopd
complexion. Every bottle guaranteed.
Bold at the drug store of Ackerman &
Stewart, 500 per bottle.
List of Uncalled For Letters.
RemainiLg rV the Postofflce at Pa.
latka, Fla for the week ending July
Ashley, Alex Middleton. N G
Britton, W I Miuler, WJ
Butler. H W Preslv.ltosborough
Burroughs, J C Rigdon, R F
Cannon, Bennie Rabb, R M
Day, Jamres Rains, Jim
Dixon, John Swindle, Sam
Gaskin, Gathbanill trader. Andy
Harris. Whitebead VaonEderson, D J
Bass. F A Morris, Mrs Ella
Bsvin. May Reahin, Hattie
Bourten, P M Richard. Jimmer
Bryant, Mikey Small, Harriet
Dewson. Alice 4tciknberg. Susie
")avis, Mattle Taylor, L C
Huggino, Mary Williams, Maggie
Persons calling for the above letters
will please say "AD _5m1,"
D. M. KIRuy. P. M.
There are few men more wide awake
and enterpridag than Aekerman &
Stewart, who spare no pains to secure
the best of everything in their line
for their many customers. They now
have the valuable ego nay for Dr.
King's New D.scovery fjr consump-
tion, coughs and colds. This is the
wonderful remedy that is producing
such a furor all over the oountiy by its
many startling cures. It absolutely
cures a tbma. bronchitis, hoarseneess
and a'l other affections of the throat,
chliest and Inlui. Call at the above
drug store and get a trial bottle free or
a regn'ar size for Vc an 1 $1. Guaran..
teed to care or price refunded.
Skin eruptions will quickly disappear
following the use of Prickly Ash Bit,
terms. It purifies the blood, strengthens
digestion, and regulates the bowels.
Sold by Ackerman & Stewart.
Malarion is endorsed by best physi-
clans and guaranteed to cure chilis, fe-
ver and ague, All druggist*, or from
Mofflt-West Drug Co., St. Louis.
Malarlon Is devoid of bitter taste.
Cures chills and feves; ac in the liver
and regulates the system generally. Al
The government has decided to raise
the Spainsh warships sunk by Admiral
SDewey at Mantlia and has asked Pacific
coast firms to bid for the contract.
Spanish people would welcome any
peace proposition nat would leave them
their colonies, but ho one in Madrid has
the courage to offer a suggestion a to
how to obtain it.
Under a rule prepared i% Chief Bur-
geoun OGirard of the Second corps at
Camp Alger ambulance corps men amd
nurses must not go on the battlefield to
cnoeor the wounded until the battle Ii
'-Aen you take Reooed' PI. T old-atab-
baed, gsucasrsag pills, whl ebar ryou All to
pleO, arWoitfwith itd's. Easrtotake
uidsy to operaN, ilb
d., "..,,1, ',*.. r el, .
1 Un, ": ... > lll Ui h ,
THE EXCaWLEC2 OF SYRUP OF FFS
IadIo not only to the orig'inalty and
simplicity of the combination, but also
to the care und skill with which it is
manufactured by scientific processe
known* to the CALIFoaNIA FIG Svritu
Co only, and we v.'' .t to impress upon
,i. the importance uit purchuling the
true and original remedy. As the
genuine Syrup of Fig'.r ais mu nufactured
by the CALIroiNiAA ''O Svaur Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
a"mist one in avoiding the worthless
imnit.i.losn manufactured by other par-
ties. The high sttanding of the CALI-
IoRINIA FIG Sfyt-p Clo. wivli the medi-
cal profession, und the satisfaction
which the genuine Syrup of Figs has
gives to millions of families, makes
the name of the Company a guaranty
of the excellence of its remedy. It is
far in advance of nil other laxatives,
as it lnts on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without Irritating or weaken-
ing them, and it does not gripe nor"
nauseate. In order to get its beneficial
effects, please remember the name of
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
AN IRMANCISCO. C&L
LOUnlVILI.. Kr. NNW YORN. N. T.
-- PA'ATKA, FLA.
Here's the Plape. /
MONTHLY m' ~nI.... p.........l.
The c,,z tw,\eniut and die ctam principle
Financial Statement not the slighiest relAiiou. The former has bee
curacy and ease of ,oerat sn, because there is a
OF OOUNPY BOARI OF PUBLIC Dear leader, think a minute! Did you ev
4 INSTRUCTION. chine which r, quiied ibsilduti cuirTnig constru
BTATKOFFLORIDA,COUNTY or PUTNAM.
July i, 185.
To How. JosnpHPaRic,ClerkofciroultCourt: THE NEW HOME is built to give Pathiff
sIR-In conuplanhe with e.1, Chapter U2 cog principle, assuig uot only accuracy, but
Law of Fl orida, we hereby ila withl you the
following Itemized lnmancil statement of all as well.
School moneys recslved, apropriations made
and warren ioned for ise month ending
Jun th, A. D. I: monthend The price ranges from $40 to 35, accord in
3I.CAPITUrLTION. bearings are all the same. No ,onod machine c
Ralanos on hand June I,I.Pi 1 14
Receivedduringthe month.... 270 T you one. If you haven't got the money your c
1Q8-N OFor particular, call and see us.
Warrants paid during the
month .................. 617 00
Blasnoemonevonhand i... 11 BURTZ & GA)
Outs ending warrants un.
paid.................... 1.041 07
Defilcitin funds............. 0. 1.0
ITEMIZED ICEIPMrs. 'M1tahine at th (f'reecent Drug Store.
June I-To balance on hand 5 1 H
. ullt il ue Toah frnniTj __
Collector on .'oll
T.xfor 1897.......... 53 0O
June 7-To cash from Tax
Collector on Co. Rev. "t 02
To eash from Stute
Comptroller on Inter
Ocean Telegraph Co.,
ior lIHi97 ............ 3 00
June 16-To casthi romintilate
Treasurer on Ito-
diemptihn of Cert
to May 31,1W t t... 10 77
June 30-By ain't warrunis
paid id cai ellei.
ity BaLince ........
se.8st3 e s9
No. Date. To Whom For What
,30. 2. H. (ireen per dliem ani mile.
gear endingesalon of iotrd. $ 8 40
2t. H. J. Fowler r. ter in ani nile-
ageattendingessilinof board. IO
52. E. t. Crill. ler diem attending
sesiulon of liourd ................. 2 00
r23 Lillie M Clews, teaching b hool
Nio.191 te 4l Villa two month es t
524 J ii urroughs. tmaMhin school
No 4 S3 at B ywoold % iO ....... u O
52 M ItHolsin.teachrlng cool No.
51 at Mt. h )yal ................ 10 00
52t Margarette anlmins, teaching
school N o.,0,Sitrister rn,i m 500
527 L Wblleinan,teacblno iniciouolS ,'1
atFranch, Iiiuonth.......... 1000n
52 M3 araretF Iiniunston. tefathlnit.
NeMo t Veri Point ,m. mo. 10 00
5JI Jeslet L Tlihtonipision, teacbhing
school No .t E.latetlta %in s 0 00
580 H. B. Poesy. Utechlng school No
67Sat L.ovevillIe month .. 000
l I, I, Hime. P uagep uted during
timforswehbooNo.I ..... 12
6 83 rite-lierald pnhlilshing financial
statement for mouth of April 2 00
M3 Trasnurer of Alach, ,Ounty, tul-
tli of >ne i u its rendered In
Alisobta Counlty ..... U.2b
&A4 Thee. W Naltph. lor servlwOe as
superintendent fsr munth of
MAyI ........ ............ 78 00
M J. H. OGren.pe dem and mileage
atlt-ding ssmioni of Boardi ... to
so HRJ) rowl, perpdrltm in lml nd
attv alni sl ,f reanl e... e 00
s I Crll.Cl per I tm inttedlsg ls-
sluusoff I rt d .............. o0
Us T. ph. uk eases of *I.
aresaDo, selgramlB, Ink., po-
Ip '. .......... .. .... ...... e
W S. ..CrllI, 3,Ifym enonnuicting JaU
e smln.itioinIt whites ....... .00
o40 Times.Hersall evaninatra notice
stl ihlss,'llhlng lltnuc alI 5ol-
mnnt loi May, IM ........ s
141 T. W. nlph Ptrvhl-. au 5"perin-
truoeut for uusolth Uf Juto, i 't lso e
We Ieretiy er ify IMat tlhe ls'O itateV eat ls
true nitd ooionret I, the l st of otr knowledge
and iiheler .. .. RILL
I hair'n:;, ro. Ward I'loil lnstructioa.
Attest: "rtsil. w. AI.I'l.
.outiiIn *'4n. Pull, iln.'rlctloi.
The victory re.- l wi It Ani rica'e
greatest in ditnch. I. ,I', 4tarapiiuriill
when it .n er.t. i lioisiiils intiliLt implire
5Mt,'-,i, i i, r-ihlris giwr
ante.'l >'t f s ,hi|., frver aetd eg le,
,r inous '. ri., i. ,. 1 c n'. APl
**I i'-i".' r'er, ""'
N THIS HEAD.
are entirely foreign. They hate
n adopted the world over for ac-.
accurate register, with no friction
er see a watch. clock, or any ma
cited on the cam principle?
ci lin It is constructed on the
mItiralitv and ease of operation
g to the style and finish, but the
an be boli for less. Let us eel
redit tos g 'd.
Miss KATE LUCAS 1. r-
And Fancy Goods. &
Has In stock an elegant and slivertsi- u, o i. nrers
fled line of all oods peltaliiin g l ni: f t ,, f I i%, .,n,,,dy
the Millinery Busilness. t l ste,,, s, s ,l en, I,
Experienced Northern Trimmer it mi to in si i.,I, or.
charge of Trimmitlg De ariment. v *,.;.4l*U ',,^, "nt.iu
A SPCIALTY Pull asFratment 1 of '.t,. in.
STAMPED LINEN GOO()l and EM. ntsetertlnseiIt / ',,, 'r u'ine...e iath-
BROIDERIED SILKS., enr. YOIinni.ln.ly i i. I. UIt it4 il,
P IZ (d l lmledtcy t ao hinsta m ,repodo,
Having accepted the Agency for ilie pjrnt r wrest
BUTTERICK PATTKRN'. I am now ^t.onry is tfctu li, c-,hets. t~eli
prepared to l1 allurderlds for this cplt ei' Inas iin a Iit tor'h 1. i m iihe dii ph otn f
brated pattern. ol-n ld to th rT(.rn,.i,. 1i1 i hedtoI p
Call or write to me tor Fashion Irecodol othe hviiri.or e oim ii, n T sit wei-
sheet. KATE L. LUCAS. Utanty w sfkerniiiiwlni'rsn'andlilseharniisever
rh. The re|l.ieucints are elter anl d tIrilllalt.
For Exchange, "all
Illinois Grain Farm, C01Lmbia Phon -aph CO,1
Want a well-imprDEPATMENT0.
W anta w e ll-im proved .... .... .. .
E. B. ROY,
First-rls Chine Lanlr'
FRNt. s f., PALATKA, FLA.
First-.lam qork guaranteed.
Work anie non short notice.
(MNAAR S& A F. Deor.)
B. I. B0LE 4 & CO, Paoatroaus
Sh mid OAn K saa a ask
Orders =eftat aketnma4 Stewmt'
drug s or.. reos., and Wel ler
1'e.,es. *11. relve m 'ap a,.
.>.> "i *,e.e ,> ra .i t, -it ,
,..,d 14 ,.l*.+u t'rm,.lr Iti'Jl ..
0 11 E. Baltimore St., Italtimore, Md.
Vehicloo`s 01.' all 'Kinds'
Noi~w 01m *Slhd
* .47' I~'.'~
..* .; ".,
FEARNSIDE & CO,
9 ... Headquarters For...
, AJ '
NOTIE THE WORKINGS IN
* 0~ <
THE TIMES-HERALD. JULY 8.
FIRST FIGHT IN CUBA.
Hqw Our Marines Routed the
Spanish at Guantanamo.
TEFPmz COANE'8 BIAPI O STORY.
Safety Comfort! Quick Time! L
Finest Cuiasie sad lenrvl. Va Tran(ofet selwen. Jalksonvill
The Flest a cotposed of the following lIUareomse Now Steel stea
COMMANCHE new), ALSONQUIN. IROQUOIS, CHEROKEE
Steainer4 are appointed to snal according to the tide.
From .IACKPONVILLLE. FLA., (calling at Charleston) iila ayesTisayl a
From CHARLKSTON, .".. Mondays, .tNlnesdays'an
Por bour of sailing. ee Clyvde Line" Sehelole. or Jacksonville anid (Cloarle
teamners are a4polnted to> %all from Pier 29, East liver.N'ew York. at p.
.orCHARLKH8rIN.P.C. .. Monday. Wfldo=j
For JAC'KM)ONVI LI.E.FI.A.. (calllngiat 'harleston) MoIII|da'). nele i:d"
Llyde Now England and Souh2rln Lines--Fre
Calling at Charleston, 8.C., I.,t h ways)
STEAMIERl., AI'POiTIi) TO SAII. .S FrOLLOL W
From Fr(it of Hogan Stret, Ja.ksonvllle From Lewis'
CLYDE'cs ST. JOHNS RIVER
(PE BABY LINE.)
For Jacksonville, Palatka, Sanford. Er
And Intermediate Points on the St.
Steamer HARRY G. DAY,
C(Al-. W / SHAW.
is al.poin ed to mall a. fo laws.
Leaves Jack.onvalle ............... ... .... ...... TI ulnsday anld tila ur
.eaves anft.rd. returning .. ..................... .lundulay8 and Thur
onro*.roi Pimenr ar andl 1 eket Offrte. S04 W. Iay street, Jacka
W. H. WARBURTON. F. P. A.. V. M. lRoi 1tk* IRK.Js., t
A H.owll Wireen. New York 4. o W Aet It St.,
W. H. IINDERaR,-N. ; 1'. A.. .I)uN L. ]HOWARD ,eli
b6 towllra Green. New York Foot IR n st.,
WM. P. CLYDE & CO. Gen.
I1 *... 6wo lwarv Ave Piiadvrlpl.In a Howlltn OrGer
*TEiA..tliHM DEIL.AWARE and t.1CO. CLYD
Beaoh & Miller Li
'.Om Jakiemville S ift a. m., Bnda^s, Pieedays and Frida
P.-om CretHeut City at7:80s(. nm.. liisays. Wednesdays a
& J. ADA
W rWbhrr Ifoot of Lemo 15treet.
Florida East Coast
TIME TAIBI. NO. 15. IN KVFECT MAY 16. ;hbs.
IO TH SOUND itRed Down). NORTH HOU
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K WES, AND AVAP
safo uso 4w wowt. Jewosvi lie lseeIV
Dea e of tt o ammstn, eoM elims at 0eas.
.'^ 4 taammi Y OCaptala illetot's Men-At.
tempts to Drill Ouata sedton Like Ms.
rina-A aItW Far Cbane Bnei--ar.
em at M O aresem Wigwastang Uader
'IU ni--M l P oe S aho t by the
3w It has become known that Captain
SElliott's recent expedition against the
S C,' guerrillas at Guanta uamo Lay, Cuba,
was more successful than any one could
imagine at the time. The enemy was
badly routed, but we expected him to
4;: recover in a few days perhaps and come
S back to renew his night attacks. But
wV 3[ae the firing of a shot near the clnip has
been a wonderfully rare thing since our
Samd New Tor advance and attack. luunmuch as this
Moeres affair was the first serious engagement
a. 8EMINOt E of our troops on Cuban soil a few de-
tails of it may be of interest. It wau
known that thislarge gnerrilla band had
An" Thursdays. its headquarters some five miles back
istnl daily papersI from our camp, at a point near the s a-
coast, where was located those only well.
im., as fNlliws: according to the Cubans, within four or
ys ail Frlriyp Ovo leagues of our position.
Captain Elliott asked permission to
'liPllst Inly take 200 marines an(l Ronje CiLians to
drive the enemy from the well anl(
destroy it. Colonel lluntington gautted
: this request and it was my good for.
W1t1, BMoton, tune to get leave to accompany it. Aft-
*DAY. er breakfast one morning the oompanuie
0 IN E. of Captain Elliott and Captain Spi4er
were formed on the sandy path below
the fortified camp, while the Cubans, (0W
nterPrise in number, were bustling noisily into
I ihn s some kind of shape. Most of the latter
S'hns were dressed in the white duck clothes
of the American jack tar. which liad
been dealt out to them from the stores
of the fleet. Some had shoes on their
feet and some had shoes slung around
idsay at 5."p. in. their necks with a string, all according
rsdays at6:n a. in to taste. They were, ill short, peasant
onTlil, & I. -hardy, tireless, uncomplainiiig pean
utia-aud thev viewed in utter calm
. acko mnfl', these curly morning preparations for
Jaast>nvill.e, And also they viewed with the s niv
calm the attempts of(i their ambitious
gA officers to make them bear some reren.,
tA t = s blanoe to soldiers at "order arm. Tin
1. New v or officer hbad an idea that their men unlat
drill the same a marines, and they
howled over it a good deal. The ner
E. had to ie adjnpstd oue by one -it tho ex.
petsi of cona d|erable physical effort
but when once in place they view Il
their new position with tualterntble
stolidity. Order arms? Oh, very will
What dooe it matter? Farther on thl
two coinparnies of marines wtre going
in e, through u short, sharp inspector: *
Meanwhile the offers were drinking
of buiucas. Their voices rang out. Tire
ysJ. sailor clad Cubans moved slowly fft on
ad Paturdi.. a narrow path through the btshes, auwl
Sprescn:lythit long brawn line of marines
AM, Agent. followed them. After the nucent of m'
ni,,,_,___ chalky cliff the camp on the hill, the
ships ii the harbor, were all hidden by
the bu'ii we entered, a thick. taughii
y ,. Iprnetrated by a winding path
hardly wide eupugh for ci.e iit.! No,
R word was spoken. Oue could only bear
the Cdull trample of the imeni, iinuglity
with th6n unr ,and far droning 4,f tn.
NNL) ik*'l ,., sect#s r.aiiag their tiny voice rIuder the
-. blazing aky.
Uk"y', A halt ;as made to give the Ctl.au
S,, scourta more time. The Cuban
to S, 091, revolver in one hand, muchlte an tihe
r 4. other. waited their report before ad.
VIs, -pTT" vancing Finally the word was gina ii
Ar IS 'nt t11 The lun arose from the gruns aud
7.* S i] moved c:a around the foot of the ridges
-.i -!'&,1 On out at Pa the Dolphin was stau:ninog
" tl.i17 4t aloug slowl'. Presently the word was
S '" passed that the enemy were over the
ti' 0.*. next ri4e. Lieutenant Lucas had mean.
.......time been Pent with the drot plattonn of
;, ..... Company U to keep thd hills as the
S..... .. main body moved around them, and we
a 1! ..... could now see bhi fore and Mrone Cn.
S 1, ..... babs crawling slowly up the last ridge
S* E:a.... The mais tx;oy wasmoving over a lower
" ..... partof this ridge when oe firing bruak<
a* n' .. u t.
S '.' ... %. It 4 ceds little practice to tell the dif.
. ...... ference in sound between the Leo a :l
S" 'n..." the lMlauser. The Leo rays. "Prut!" It
'. it a ... itOuone ute, ni)t vey metallic. Ti.
h, *a Manner mays, "Pop I" plainly a:,.
4n;14.1 frankly pop, l.Ike a oda water liutdoe be.
I.TJ- lug opened close to rthe ear. We enild
.t!, k', i; ;* hear both sounds now in greut plenty
2ii n, 4oPrn-.-prut-pr-r-rut-pr-ruti Poep-
11" i o, ,.PoP" pettyt-Pop i
u Ru *:a. Is was very evident that our men hbad
.. .. cone tiispp the eumay and wore slng.
SA. going away for all they were worth.
while rt Spanuiards were pegging away
to the limit. To the tuneof this furin o.
wi W a shooting Captain Elliott, with Lienteri
mlast i rai4 ~at Bannou's platoun of C commnpa .
Neo'tvoe ranipled madly up 4he hill, teuriup
0. a, oi', ato themselves on the coatus aud flghtun.
o al.tky im b4A tbeis! way abrough the nmet|ite. To tbh
r4.., left we eoald se that Captain Spiitr, P
! A. P Amen iad rapltll closed up and were
"Ih took c-l. thee mianaes roeac.
the soene of 'crti'ty, and, icidentally,
the activity wo.. considerable and fierce.
Then along t,,i tup of unr particular
hill. mingled with the cactue and chap-
arral, was a, long, irregular line of menC
fighting the first part of the first action
of the Spanish war. Toiling, sweating
marines; shrill, jumping Cubans; offi-
eers shouting oat the ranges, 00 Le
rifles crasilng-these were the essen-
tials. The rauor backed hill seemed t)
reel with it all.
And-mark you-a spruce young
sergeant of marines, ereot, his back to
the showering bullets, solemnly and in.
tently wigwaging to the distant Dol-
phin I It was necessary that this man
should stand at the very top of the ridge
iv order that his flag might appear in
relief against the sky, and the Span.
iards must have ooneentrated a tire of
at least 20 rifles upon him. His society
was at that moment sought by tu i.
We gave him a wide berth. Presentlly
into the din a*me the boom of the Dol-
The whole thing *was an infernal d(in.
One wanted to clap one's hands to oune'
ears aud cry out in God's naine for tl.
noise to (ease; it wv 4 past bearing. An(. ew Nor wPornern me. Litte PTrof For
-look-there fell a Cuban, a grir Themielves In It-Think the Retaudlo
hulking negro, shot just beneath th: ains Would Be Less-The Coasumer
heart, the blood rtitining his aoilei! Would Got Off Lightly.
shirt. He seemed inii no pin; it seen N. w York te importer y th
as if ho were mensiless before hie fell Now York toe importers may th; if
He mado no outcry; he simply toppled the government needs i10,000,000 to
over, while a comrade made a s tmi- help carry on the war the nmonny ran be
futile grib alt him Inrtantly oue Cn raised in no more himplol way than by
baun l(adild the body uipou the i t.k if puttiv1g a duty of 10 cents n pl'unid on
another and theh took up the dil\'is tea, u4 is proposed by Senat'or Tillman's
main's feet. The proc,iossioni tht mi'vl iamendmiidnvat to the war reveume bill.
off resembled a grotesque i. whvlirri,,i o uth Carolina, by Ihe way, gr.w, tes
No one heededr it Imuch. A iiiiin' ri output is o ifty ,hosandth
marked, "Well, there gos ,m,,1 ";,e t. (itjtlo t is n' to-.lfty.,lusardth uf
Culiwlus. the country's consumiinlptii .--but no one
Under a bash lay a D company pr-. accuses the Carolina Utwnator of a desire
vate shot through the ankle. Tw,, c... to protect this infant industry at ,tho
rude"i were ministeriug to lhimn. lie, too. expense of millions of Americanu who
did not seem then ini pain. lIi expres- have tlever heard of Carolina tua aidl
sion was of a man weary, weary, weary probably never will.
Marines, drunk froni the heat uuid the The inaporters estimate that we will
fumes af the powder, swung lhevily import this year about 10U,000,000
with Lilazing faces out of the liriigK lin' pounds of tea, Japau sending us 48,-
and dropped painting two or three paces 000,000; China, 27,000.000; Formosma
to the rear. And still crashed the Let s 18,000,000, and India and Ceylun, 1s,-
and the Mausers, pincltuated by the 000,000. Last yearthe inmportwas 118,-
roar of the Dolplaiu's gnua. Along our 000,000 pounds, an increase of nealy
line the rifle locks were clicking inuee- 20,000,000 over the 1806 import, de-
sanmtly, as if stone gant lom was runii- spite the fact that a new law i.nd gone
ning wildly. and otn the ground ntaung into effect, shutting out of the country
the stones and weeils canue dropping, millions of ponds of tea below a fixed
dropping a rain of rolling brais shells. standard. The average cost abroad of
This terrific exchange of fire lasted a the tea imported lheru lust year was 18
rear, or probably it was 20 iiiinutes. oents a pouid. The inaportof cutteewa
Then a strange thing happened. Lieu. 788,000,000 pounds. thle ave'ra:;ie value
tenant Magill had been scut out with being a trifle tMore than 11 cents a.
40 men from camp to re-enforce as. He pouuiL
had ensie un on our left flnak and taken The Jipanoae minister at 'Washingtom
a position t iere, covering us. Thu Dol- makes this argualent In his formal pro-
phin swung a little farther on and test against the levying of a duty on
then suddenly turned loose with a fire tea. The importers, he says, have "die-
that went clean over the Spaninrds aati counted the duty" and will have such
straight as a die for Magill's position a large amount of tea on haid before
Maiill was immensely anxious to mo\e July 1, the duiy when the war revenue
ount and intercept a possible Spanishli r- bill will become a law, that little will
treat. out tihe Dolphin's guun not on:, be imported (luring theo yar. ind the
held hati in check. but made bisa n ,i government will not receive tho expect-
hunt cover with kremt celerity It i's ed revenue. If this were pli"ible, Japan
no e traordtltuary blunder on the part' 1 would not be affected by the duty, and
the Dolphiu. It was iiniprobuble thut tli' all the minister'sarguments against the
ship's conuumander should kuow'of the duty would be uncalled fir, but the
presence of Magill's force, and bie dio market conditions ure the r. ver-.
know from our line of fire that ithone The amount of last ytar's tea crop
my was in the valley. But at any riste left over iat the United States was un-
in the bea and rage of this tight little usually small, and the total import of
fight there was a good deal of sitting the new crop will not reach 15,000,000
language used on the hill. pounds before the end of June. A drty
t'uddeuly sonse one shouted: "Them oa tes would affect nearly th! entire
theygou! See 'et.'l ee 'aml" Foirv import of the year. Thetest sai o opens
rifle rang Mut. 'Anumber of tiguresn b.e tn April, and tbe*abipmenat begin la
been senu to break Iro0m the other sao.i May. Tle import is about the same
of the thicket. Theaipblualards were run month by month. Already, In Astlelpa-
uiLg. tion.of the proposed duty, the eost of
The Cuboen. who cannot his even the te in the foreign market i .ngonsadowa,
wiree. wide wcrld, lapedintotremporuarv and here, in the wholce:e market, ft
p ave, uud a line of a cure o(f larnui has gone up. The retail trado es not al-
wie formed into a firinK squad. Hoie.- toted. Many importers and j bbers be-
tih:es we could see a whole covey vunui lieve the duty would have little effect
mirncalously after the volley It an on the price to the consumer.
i-p (misible to tell whe bather they were aJI "The tea merchants are t: ukling 100
bit or whether all or part bud plui(:u 11 per Oent profit now," mid a e'.ow York
headlong for cover. l'verybily on ..r importer recently, and his ta' ,nient.
side stood up. It ws virstly excitiun was backed up by a nuumper ,f the lead-
"There they gol See 'eul t 84 'cnu I" Iinng porters. "Raising the wholesale
Dr bibbs, Sergeautt Major U(eoode. price of teO would make th retailer's
shot lit night by as hidden runieay; biat. profit less and perhaps det. him from
phy ui.d AicCol;IuU, the two hiis a tno giving away a set of disiheU .. ih a half
burb eI and riduileal with bnllers at a pound of tea. I do not th,"k t.:t which
yanls; ":erguant Smith, whose budxly Ilt now retaills at 40 or W 0 c ..rH a poun A
to be lot temporarily with the euoi. would sell for any mnorn. :no very
all thci'e turn were being territli :,i: cheap grades would probulf:y up a
nveulatl 'li maarinest. raw ine vwb.' few cents pound, a thing whbichw'awo
had hen h.iar..tMlautl bharantiit .vt. naturally cause a better ahl.tasa fer
uiglt .oc. thetr'.t teal sitr titK e ,, -- higher grades of tea .J.-p :I, IatiesoDa
thlu luarlunes had u. le' ouit 1. brb'ii.! i. easoo for objecting to the ..iy. beeauB-
iat a supritor forceu na.l su OU I,i.t iu. it leaves coffee on the free 1. The tek
hn.i 'lueu ipamuca.rnketi and ru ti.I. -... Importers would like to au i. duty pae
tup 'Ai' inpauteli tnaunuualirT L i...ii oen both artiles. A 10 ceLt A it.'., on c-
iab uly +4I ue to utke uy Popoutr 1.. t i ee would bring an cinrti :P, k'oen4
Pl ..a.d Mioii, trusr Ua w t Ir.,i .in ., over $50,000,000, allowisi l.t a big
a.1 lhiraril t5 M'itsi heer.,uw.iu i t i:.l falling off in the import. .. it t..y bto
pri.. in il1st' tUlt w.rd (dite' u t...g; true that tea is more of at I y thait
iroe.i nilitop t bilht:)p. l ju.l e.i. .1 oofee and ought to bu t.i ,. i t'st. I duo
:lihe It.itkit. lU .u tiinutut tihe it... not anticipate that the uty i.ruld inr
w' s t, ui hot for his mlav. oreae the consumption ol t i.feo nt the
Arih( itl wtoo.,ver 'ie4drippriua ,in. expose of tea, although t 1.ca Cla
:i.) ii kedt lisit.cq, b i.r rt..ti i,;p the trade do not agree wi..a ... ipecw
:i., '... 'ILe .... ... 4 i.i.re < ....v i nation is little heard of. l ~iroe i not
li .,i it e L.re i u t.terle ..,r t1.. .r enbagh tea in the eantil..' (totfurnish a
.... i v i,'.
te, ... ..s l. \are, n~t,... 1 porters and jobbers hav t.ua handle
,,, ... .. .. .#' i, ; i ti) will of cou r be while t. ., ..ea little,
,u.... I ..A (Cn...... .. .I .. r ..A money, but tih whcc na...,' .:;. wil notf
... 1 .I, .u1 ii....i.i. t., it'.. a ,' very large. The teatrid at on'i *sk
a.,. I.4,,.' o smai.. 1t u 1 1 v.t for a duty on tea. but if ru;.A.ent
Lt .. I..us atueti.a.t a tr .t)t 14.. "* oeeds the anatley I g ta.,. ..& if..At
a lOur a u le. ti.t r 1t 1.9.1a.1'" i'"- oew York butt.
tjArty w aiunt dUt i i tti a ,i .,1taiS. ii.
i id 'liie Ehiylight Icialn It ,. ot:
L e..l '. l45 luw t.as..a.r a t h .. ;i .,
.5. 0',' i~. F
pame lell upon 4t1 the brown wUtu-
M- of hills.
Possible stragglers wore nailed la As
the dusk deepened the men olpeed for
the homeward march. The Oubans p-
pered with prisoners, and achoerwent
up. Then the brown lines began towind
slowly homeward. The tied men grew
silent. Not a sound was bea except
where, ahead, to the rear, on the liak,
could be heard the low trample of many
careful feet. As toeoection dtqn none
was certain. Some aid 60; some said
180; some laughingly aid 8. It turns
out to be a certain 58-dad-which is
many. As we eared Cmap we saw
somebody in the darkness, a watchful
Figure, eager and anxious, perhaps un-
oertain of the Nerpentlike thing iwiaaing
softly through the bushes. "Hellol"
mid a marine. "Who are you?" A low
voice came in reply, "Sergeant of the
guard." Sergeant of -theguard I Shintly
'nanl Protector of the weary Ooffeet
Hardtackl Beanus Rest! SleepI Peacel
-Stephen Crane in New York World.
TEN CENT TAX ON TEA.
THE TIMES-HERALD, FRIDAY. JULY 8.
A FEW WORDS OF WARNING.
Persons who may bA expoMed to yel-
low feveruand others living in dtitrilnt-
liible to lie Infeoled by it. Will find tlint
timely and intsPllg*I-t pruealratlon I
the best oioiti of keculng this drnidfiil
malady out of the family. Sanitary
regulations in the household are of the
frot importance. Clean up aIl refuse'
, matte-, decaying vegetation or n-sm.
pools. D&'aln of ponds.; poolsrand sin'(.
Burn vegetable offal from the kitchen
Eat nothing but ilght, wholesoneand
easily dlg.,sted food, avoidlniggreen or
; over ripetfruitsandtvegetables. Lastly
be sure that the blood, stonitchli andI
bowels of every nieinber of the family
is inhealthycondiltin. Irroeallariltles
in the system. Pit a Indl'gattion. con-
btipaltioo, torpid liver, iivlledlseasep
to en'er the bholy, and Ilr tihe case of
yellow fever. renders Its prtIoess minor.
virulent andi deadly. 'I his condition
ca ulte pseedl v removed and pure blootm
good discretion aHu' regularity In the
bowels re -Mstanlished by using Prickly
Ash Bitters,the great. system regulator.
The frequent use of this remedy In
doses suited to the age of each person
will maintain perfect health In the fainm-
ily. (Oet a bottle at. once while the ff--
ver Is vet afar off, mue It faitlfully Lill
regularly. Prompt action OW in
putting yourself and family In condl-
tion to resist the disease gerns may
spare you suffering and sorrow.
Prickly Ash Bitters can be obtained
from Ackernian & Stewart.
ROHT, W. DA Vi S. 3J. HIlLllBURN
DAVIS & HILBURN,
Ir.4%, VVw JJa-g.
Office uilttarlm in Palatha National iliank B'lig.
Will practice in all State and Federall
H. W. AVERY,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Palatka, Florida. .
Office Palatka National Bank BIuilding.
Will practice in all Courts, State and
federal. many 6-1m
l TfU17019 VITALITY
THE Of Me.
ORGEAT ** -
CH REMEDY produces the above result
d Cu. (aress fiuse DseiIivy, I.otesn,
.diaiek Jn V. Stop u all drains ian
ConsMmpLdon. young Men remain M-a
Old Men recover Nouthlful Vior It
tor sandsize to shrunken organs, and its
business or married. Ealy carried it
C.iRllMipackN & Itw e
ACKERMAN & RTTWART.
EGily, Quilkly, Piamnemtly Redtord
BMAGI ,ET IC l "AmednKUt
Nervous Debility, Lst Vitality. Sawmill l.nIoe
Fallng Memo.ry-the result of Over-work, Worr
Sickli'. Erro I oh Vouth or over-indsulence
Priles 0. si. I i be.01 l.
For piick, plltiand alelastinl reultin Setui
Wetakiit. Imnteym Nevou Dstbil tv nd I.,
Vitlity, use VLLO.W LUIL tCIAL-douha
strent--will fgivetrimgth snd tone to even par
and eff et a iperannt cure. Cheapest and besn
iI0 Pills1: by mall.
FREE-A boitleof the failmou Japanese l.lv-
Pellet, will be iven with a i l ba or more ol M'r
Bcide Nervine f lce. Sold only by
ACKEIIMAN & STEWAIIR.
Palal k. F'!A
A Change ?
Try the Seaside.o.
For dae fishinti. excellentt hathing
and tbc preut. i t beach on the At-
lantic oa,<, *'bh ie t.he air Is pure
Leads the Procession.
Palahitk ,rivl tu-ituAn stt a-
eomiiu deb i, n.- *,1 It ,*ii r.i e
prices hy w" te/ tat ihl*
P.C.a.Jtt ,N -sutr r. ;,i.
K f.HEI R E O1h. .tev; i p1i., o-"" wilnr, J.
LOOUUK H ES R. Turner; school commissioner, 0. B.
n AGlena; attorney general, J. M. TerrelL
FOR LATEST RALEIOH, July .-The appointment
____t the field and otaff flicers of the Third
Newsy Items Collected From All egro regiment of volunteers has bee
Sections of the Nation. Colonel James }L Young of Raleigh,
-- etenant Colonel Charles L. Taylor of
Southern Storles. Charlotte, Major Andrew J. Haywood
CRARLESTON, lJuly 1.-The district of Raleigh, and Major E. E. Smith of
eourt ha ordered sold tNe Marti Dolores, Oldsboro, Adjutanto Abraham Middle.
the Spanish prize captured by the Min. ton and David e,urgeons Thoml
neapolislon May gI. IL Mask. J. A. Dellifger and M. T.
JAoKoN, Miss. June 0.-One nw Pope, Quarternimaster Thomas C. Miller.
JAooK ll, Mtsl., June 80--Od nenw o July 8-Alonso Rodg.
Mease of yllw fever has developed CHARLXTo, T July 8.-Alonu o Rodg.
among the suspected ases at McHenry. er, Israel McKnight, H. S. Stokes,
There are now fve e under treat-Moultrie Ep, Henry Godwin, N. V.
ment. Wood and W. A. Webster were at,
TAMPA, F, July ).-n thosnI ralgnd before Uulitd Suitteos Commi-
recruit, Fla., Jly-Ori in T ne thouday frond iner Smith in hi iry on a charge of
recruits arrived In Tairpa today from murdering F. B. Ell:ter, the inegro post-
all parts of tbe country. All regtled master who was yIviiihed at Lake City
of the regular aar are now itled and i st Februaryv. A hort time ago J. R.
no more recruits are being iccepled. Newhain turned stiil' evid eice, iin.
TAMPA, Fla., July 4.-Private Otto plicating the imenu whowere airrligtued
Hoffnian, Conipany I, Thirty-seoind here, together with others. Laker'i
Michigan, while Inlhing latr ilglit wife and Newhain were qut'stioined and
slipped and fell, dislocating hii rignti both gave graphic ieuriu's of the
shoulder, knocking out tive t-uth aud tragedy. Conimissinner Sniith sent the
splintering his upper jaw. prisoners back to jail aud the cause will
ATLANTA, July 2.-Brigadier General go up to the district court.
A. C. M. Penniiigton has been ap- -- ---
pointed commander of the department Hon. Thomas Hind.
of the gulf to succeed Major Uenerul The death of this promineiul cilitn
John R. Brooke, who has been ordered
to leave next week with his corps lor of the county, brif mention of which
the front, appeared in the last issue ofTllETIMEs-
TAMPA, Fla.. June :10.-There is no II.:lt'LD. removts from tlie stage of life
truth in the report sent out from Chick- A a entrll figure :n that iroup of pubic
amnauga that yellow fever and smnallpox men whose cive l)restwnce have been
are causing many death auniong soldiers felt in the public Hffairs of out county,
here. There has not been a single case a- well a l i tll he humrbler walks of life.
of either disease here, though there have 1,dotevi r estimale we may place-upon
been ten cases of typhoid fever.
MowNToorgvy, Ala., June 80.-Gover. the presence of uch men, oi now wide-
nor Johnston has declined to order an IV we may sifter with them in our con-
election to fill the alleged vacancy in victions, yet. it is lamentably tume that
the Seventh Alabama district due to the the world grows poorer when such men
absence with the army of -invasion of die. They are the nerve centers whence
General Joe Wheeler, the represents forces go out that give birth to grand
tive from that district in congress. thoughts and inspiration to human tf.
KEY WitsT, July 2. The Spenish forte.
steamer Bonita Estenger, of about 600 Tdn
tons, and a small sloop, the Emanuel Thomas lind was a man of marked
and Raoul, captured by the Hornet on individuality of character, and in that
June V7 and 28 off Manzanillo, were mysterious realm of thought he stood
brought in here this morning by a prize slone,without a companion, or counter-
crew under Ensign Mark St. Clair Ellis. part. Bold and rugged in the outlines
DALLAS, June 80.-Hon. W. H. Camp, of his personality, yet he possessed
a member of the city council, is dead al y of thelkindher graces '.bat are
his home of general physical collapse. n lermold. e
Mr. Camp was formerly chairman of In e ntler mold. Hewas
the state Democratic executive commit- the friend of the poor, whose cause he
tee of Kansas and later was national championed, and to whose defence he
Democratic committeeman for that brought the tribute of self-sacrifice and
state. loyal devotion. In politics he was a
ATLANTA, July 4.-The recruits at Reoublican. Free homes and free
Fort McPherson will be sent to Tampu
as rapidly as they can be equipped. The schools found in Mr. Hind a staunch
quartermaster's department at the fort and able defender. His active appear-
is dealing out equipment as rapily as it ence in politics in this county was in
can, and it is likely by the end of the 1886, when he was the nominge of the
week only a few recruits will be left at Republican party for the lower house
the post. of the legislature. He made an active
NEWPORT NEWS, Va., Jdne 19.-The personal of the couny and was
British steamer Roath, Captain Sprsun, personal cnvas of the county.and
.has arrived here from San Juan via elected by a handsome majority. In
New Orleans The Roath entered San 1888 he was elected to the state senate.
Juan harbor with a cargo of coal for Two years later he was renominated to
the Spanish fleet the day after the born. succeed himself, but failed of election.
bardment of the fortifications by Amer. Few men have passed through stormier
NEWPORT NEWS, VS., July 4.-The sene, politlcallv. than )ir. Hind, and
lospltal ship Relief left Old Point a l none-ever fought more gallantly for
8 o'clock last night for Santiago, having what be conceived to be right. On the
on board a corps of surgeons. Surgeon *rostrum. In the balls of legislation, or
General Sterinberg inspected'the Relief on the floor of State and National con-
Sas soon asshe arrived from New York. ventiona, he was a coloetisu of menial
Dr. Chamberlain sureo at Fort Mon. strength. A a spekerbefopopular
s, accompanied the expedition, se.leh. a de bfew popular
BiMnNOHAIM, Ala., Junseo..-Captain asembles, b had but few equls.
0. F. Hart and his corps of recruiting While lacking in that meteor giaue of
offloers are expecting orders every day populareloquence,hisutleraucesglowed
now to pack up their effects and report with the intensity of earnest purpose,
to their regiment, the First Alabama, at that gave them power and constituted
Miami. They have secured more than their chief charm.
the number of men they were sent here
to get and think that the regiment His last fhicon came upon him
should be full by this time. smout a year ago. From the first, hib
BinMINGHAl, Ala.. June 80. -The friends were alarmed, but the strong
Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad com- and resolute man struggled hopefully
pany signed a new contract with their against the approach of the last enemy.
miners today for all divisions and there Brouchidl ttiubie, tuning into mtle
will be no strike. The Bloe Iron and dangerous evmnitons, showed that ihe
Steel company yesterday posted a notice attack would prove fatal. The physical
at their mines stating an advance of 2~
cents per ton would be paid. The Ten- strenilth and energy of the min began
lessee company gave the advance also. tu o ihil to the steady march of the die
NEw ORLEANPS, July 1.-Nine negroes eanu. Acrompunied by hisdevoted wile
were drowned near Plaquemine by the and three of the younger rumnbers of
upsetting of a skiff. The drowned his amilv, he went to Daytona with the
were Randolph Johnson, three children hopes iheb n.ch,.ige i nd the ministry of
of Nace Thompson, three of Boroy the ,,,ean' breeze would bring relief,
Washington and one child of Denni
Washington and oneof Totine Johnsw. hut the hoe proved delusive, and
Young Richard, white, add three negri 8 mtun'us.. Juan o25th, the spirit of
men were saved by holding on to the T,L,,a,,. Hieiid paused away. His re-
skiff. m iaitus tre brought back to hisbhome at.
MoNTOOMERY, Ala., July 9.-Tbe ad- Georgtr'own, naid on Tuesday following
jotant general of the state says hlie los they were tenderly isommitted to that
accpted eight conm.psnie of negrool. narrow l,.. awa.tssl Ihe ling.
diern which will make the two battal.
ions due from Allania under he The fu.o rvce W co.luc.d by
old call for votuateere. They will he lUev.Wiliinn tunu", :,atiurtif Ihe Fir I
played with a negro Lattahon already I Butltst Church, of this CilV, Ito the pies-
ruastered in and now at Mobile, usaking eI ce of the as eub etl uonimunlity,
a full regiuaieht. The officers are all h,,, ,mluirs t,.re iestlniony to 'he
w hie ,i vert- w.i th or lher pla e lr silent
ArI.AN TA, June 29.-The Denuncrati, ,, iuut r. QUEEN.
stute .cnnvelition milet in tne cf.iliil her,
and lirouit.aati ie tI.llowiiw ti.'ksl: ei
*Un. ., Al si I ,",,, *.. r '
i ,. ,.. .B.............. .'. ..... '.. A
AN OPEN LETTER
WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIG lV7 TO THE
EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD '"CASTOR.A." AND
"PITCHEB'S CAITTORIA," As OUk ThltAV' MARK.
I, DR. CAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, K;sachuselst,
was th6 srigintor of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," the sane
that has born and does now on meery
bearthe fi c~i.;le signature f .eS- wrapper.
This is the original "PITCHER'S CASTORIA,' which hcs been
used in the homes of the Mothers of America for o'r thirty
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see t':::t it is
the kind you have always bought -- ',n the
and has the signature of 4. wrp-
per. No one has authority from me to tu,e my n: ;,w e x-
cept The Centaur Company cf Wllhl" C8. has. 1:-L. 17':er i
March 8, 1897.
Do Not Be Deceived.
D)o not endanger the life of ',':,.r child by hcc'!pting
a cheap substitute which some druggist may oiler you
(because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in-
gredients of which even be does not know.
"The Kind You Have Always Bought"
BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF
Insist on Having
The Kind That Never Failed You.
-em ein enses
PETITION FOR LICENSE.
To THE HONORABLE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS PUTNAM COUNTY,
FLORIDA : ,
We, the underilgned registered vuterd of Precinct No. (25) twenty-live,
Putnam County, Florida, respecttully request your h norable body to grant unto
D. Rinitham license to seq ales, wines, and spirituous liquors in said Precinct
No. (25) twenty-five, for the year commencing October 1, 1C98, and ending Sep.
l ham....................................... J s Rolilnson W llUI C ioo
WlilIoit' ik ......................... J.. .Ja ulrson D) linghaim
(I W ioli ......... L W Johns lnglain
H H Johns.... ................ ........ ... .. D Ringhiam .1 owles
Lewis Ballard ......................... .. D Rtinghlani J W Hikes
.1 W Buky ........................................ IlnghMiu John .lienkli
Joe I Furcell ..... ............... DRiharm AA Williaina
r I) Rivers .......... ................. .......... D Ringl*Im A A W illiams
BSteve Rivers .............. .............. II Ringhau A A Willilam
C H Wiag.. i........ ................ ..... D Rluglm T J Beale
L W I'lttii n ......................... .... .. ... I) H lKhaln TJBeale
.1 H Pullen ......................... .. .. ........ Ing amn TJ Beale
W H shtelds ............ ................. ) RIuKbmin TJ Beale
E S Groi .................................... JC Perkins TJ Beale
Andy Roberts.............. ........... ....... 1) lughbm Perkins
Robert .1 Coleman ............... ..... .... ... lllghami .1 Nets
T 0 Livlngton ................ ........... W BRblnson TJ teal
A 8 Boles ...................................... T FBeale Louis Piltnwan
T W Richardson ............................. L W Patter ni II R)inghami
SW Green ............................... ............. W Robinon I) Riha
W M Green..................... ... ...... ..... (I W Ro.Ilnoni I) Rnirghami
Alt Means ..................... ........ Alex Riley Ri nghai
Abraham Gradv .............................. TJ .I.e 1) IIngham
David Rees.................................. TJBeale* Ringhaui
JamensEvans....... ..... ........ ... ...... TJ Heale I) RnilaIn
G C Sntlth. ................ ...................... T Loulu Bi ler D Ribgh a
S T lpin ..... ........ ..... .. ....... ....... Louil Iolilr ) Rln ls
Louis ler ....................................... D, IDi4 a ford I) Riaghn
Peter KM Ha an........... ........................ W ularke DI tlughaa
i H udSon ....................... .. ............. TJ HBeals DIitliba
pH litr ol ................ ........................ j TJ 1, ale ID Rilhiam
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Adrew Joble ............................. T J ele DR hm
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JWTaylor ................................... n MJTruman H C Loomis
H U Loomi .......................................... A ex Meati. Mt Truman
NW Toles ................. ................. TJ Beale I Rlnghla
lbMallhl ................: .................... TJ Hea:e D ingham
S W owlr................................. .. T e.l e D) IDngham
M A Fowler.......................... ............. J tieate D Blugham
H' J Hudson ........... ........................ TJ Hale L Itallisrd W Cummlngs
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. .a-nu sek................... ..................... Pu I TJ heall
rank Hudson.... ............................ TJ e)le DhRlngham
John Tre .................................. ... 'r.I ae 1> Rin am
M Chambers...................... ............... I Hf ile ,I N (i ronoms
Jiet Murph, .. ........... ................... TJ Beale DI Ringhm
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SC Du as t ... ....... .......................... T.I h teale I) ie nghami
8 A B rnier...................... ............................. TJ Heal I Rlugflham
A J Chevers .............................. T J Heale L C 0 snova
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8TATE OF PLORIDA,.
aou V r OF PUTMAM. )
I'rrpoDally appeared before me Duncan Ringbam. who, being first duly
sworn speak thi truth, depbes and say toat he is the aoivluwnmnt mentioned In
above and foregoing petition ; that each and every name ur siithiature thereto
wa malidle in the premenmce of at leats two creditable witnesses, and that each and
eveiy name or mark affixed to mid petition or application was ihs act and deed
o)f tie person-purporting to sign the same, and that there was no fraud, bribery.,
or dtceptlun In procuring such signatures or name*; and that all i.ch signatures
tr names were obtained after June 3d. I9g. and in accordance wil h the revision
o0 the registration lVte heretofore made and ln existence at ibai lime and now.
Sworni to and subscribed before me thil *20th day of June, 181t8.
C. I ROWTON, Justice of Peace.
nut.- FE VER TONIC
."tnn e 'ehL No. Ii et
y M .- 0.numltb b gl b CA I M.
.' lEtlA F& TEWAJ1T. in OAN
s~ 11.F1 ~
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*' "rT I,
But it can not be cured by sprays,
washes and inhaling mixtures .whcj g
reach only the surface. The disease i
In the blood, and can mily be reached
through the blood. S. 8, 8. fa the only
remedy which coan have any effect upor
Catarrh; it cures the disease perma-
nently and forever rids the system ol
every trace of the vile complaint.
Mi1s Jo41e Owen. of Montpeller, Ohit
writes: "I was atf
fieted from infancy
with Catarrh, and no
one can know Ahb
suffertlg It produced
better thark 1. The
sprays and washes
prescribed by the doe.
tors relieved me only
SI though I used them
so stant y or ten years, the disease had a
*rmner hold than ever. I, tried a number ol
blood remedies, but their mineral Ingredients
settled in my bones and gave me rheumatism.
I was in a lamentable condition, and after ex.
hausting all treatment. was declared Incurable.
eeing 8. S8. advertised as a cure for blood
diseases, I decided to try It. As woon as my
system was under the effect of the medicine,
I began to improve, and after taking it tol
two months I was cured completely, the
dreadful disease was eradleated from my ely
test, and I have had no return of it."
Many have been taking local treat.
ment for years, and 1ind themselves
worse now than ever. A trial of
will prove it to be the right remedy
Jar Catarrh. It will cure the most ob-
stinate case. 0
Books mailed free to any address by
Swift Speoluc Co., Atlanta, (ia.
Pale People, Attention.
Yon Look Pale !
Eeel Tired ?
Got Spring Fever?
Needs a Tonic.
Take a bottle of
Quaker Remedy Co's
-Gives strength and tone to the entire
system, and makes ruddy cheeks and
rich, red blood.
100 Pills, 100 Doses,
FRICE FIFTY CENTS.
Costs little to give them a trial-why
not. All wishing to test Its won-
derful merits, must call on
AK A & STEWART,
WAOLESALE AND RETAIL
riug. Seed l, Pilnts and Wall Paper,
And Cigars. .
Very Old Wines
eiaeotal attention given to the.filling of
Jugs and Kegs.
We also handle the very
best of Case Goods
15 Lemon Street. Palatka, Fla.
P titkh W0o Ywd.
(NuA a8. & F. DwIoT.)
0. EARL9 & CO., Psora Weas
I! PIaM OAK and ABSH ,
by se, foot, mstad or load.t
Orders left at Aokerman Stewart's
drug store. (Gay Broe.. and Weller &
o.'s, grocer, will receive prompt at.
Also, Truokiog. Punilture Morit.
and Baggag Transfer. 'P OtIS
HE TIMES-HERALD, FRIDAY, JtiLY 8
Call for District Convention.
Following is the ofilclal call for the
Democratic Convention for the second
Congressional District of Flondli:'
The Democratic party of the second
Congressional District of Florida will
hold a congressional convention at De-
Land, Fla on Wednesday, July 20th,
1898, at, 3 p. m., for the purpose of
nomluating a Democratic candidate for
Congress from the Second District of
Florida, and to transact such other
business as may come before the con
| The chairman and sectetsry of each
county of the Second Congressional
District of Florida will send delegate e to
the convention upon the following basis
of representation: One delegate for
each 100 votes cast for the Democratic
congressional candidate at the election
in 1800, and one additional delegate for
the fraction in ezxess thereof when it
amounts to fifty or more. The count;s
under this rule, will be entitled to rep.
presentation as follows:
Alachua, 15 Madl ou, 9
Bakel, 1 Marion, 10
Bradford, 7 Nassau. 8
Brevard, 5 Orange, 10
Clay, J Osceola, 9
Columbia, 7 Putnam, 10
Dade, 4 St. Johns, 7
Duval, 17 Sumpter, 4
Hamilton 5 Suwannee, 7
Lake, 9 Volusia, 8
The chairman and secretary of each
county convention will send. to E. 8.
Crill, chairman, Palatka, a written or
printed copy of uames of such delegates
lt are elected to the congressional con-
E, 8, CHILL, Chairaan.
W. P. AND;RsoN, Sec. pro tern.
A Wanderfll Disevery.
The last quarter of a century records
many wonderful discoveries in medicine,
btut none that. have accomplished more for
Irumanity thin that sterling old household
remedy, Birown'i Iron Bitters. It seems to
,iontailn the very elements of good health,
and neither man, woman or child can take
it without deriving the 'greatest IWneft.
Browns' Iron Bitters is sold by all dealers.
Are You (oloig to the Coast?
Those of our readers who are expect-
ing to spend, a portion of the heated
term at the seaside will do well to in.
r'tlgate the advantages to be found at
Coronado Beach,opposite New Smyras.
At Coronado the Aset be IAlmaig In
the country will be found, bathing Is
unexcelled, and no prettier beach can
be found on the Atlantic coast. If you
anticipate going away from home
during the summer, we would advise
y.u to write to W.HI.Newell, proprietor
ot the Seaside Hotel, Coronado Befch,
for full particulars. Postoffice address,
'New Smyrna, Fla. ju8tf
The readers of'this uaper will be
pleased to learn that there Is at less
one dreaded dlisewo that sueencehse
been able to cure in all its sinaes, and
that is Catarrh. Hall's Caiarrh Cu e is
the only positive cure known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being the
constitutional disease,reoulres a consti-
tutional treatment. Hall's Citarrh Cure
is taken Internallv. acting directly up-
on the blood and mucous surfaces or
the system, thereby destroying the
foundation, of the disease, and giving
the patient strength by building up the
constitution and,aslsting nature in do-
log its work. The proprietors have so
much confidence in its curative power*,
that they offer One Hundred Dollars
for any case that it fails to cure. Rend
list of testimonials.
Addraes, F. J. CHENEY & Co., Tole-
do, 0. (grSold by all tUruggisls, 75c
Save Your Money.
One box of Tutt's Pills will save
many dollars in doctors' bills
Theywillsurelycure all diseases
of the stomach, liver or bowels.
No Reckless Assertion
JFor sick headache, dyspepsia,
malaria, constipation and bilio-
usness, an million people endorse
TUTT'S Liver PILLS
The Progress Made
Merrimana Crew I
The senate Wednesd
lution thanking the M
their services at Smtila
out the other recommet
President McKinley in
rT have.the iraitude aid ograt.
01. ulations of the whole American people.
Convey to your noble officers and crews,
-CNTS through whose valor new honors have
'VENTS been udded to the Aimencans, the grate-
ful thanks and appreciation of the
to Drive pain nation."
Territory. Quick Surrender Asked For.
_ General Shafter Monday demanded
I Thanked. the surrender of Santiago de Cuba and
lay aedre notified the Spanish commander there
ory p ed e rwfor that unless his demand was complied
rriccrwn o with by noon of Tuesday he would bom.
go aid carrying hard the city.
udations made by In the meantime a truce of 24 hours
his mesageof was declared in order to afford the wo-
men and children an opportunity to
to Fall. reach places Af.safety.
General Shfter reported to Wash.
ington Wedfiesday that he could take
Santiago in 4b hours, but indicated that
the-undertaking might involve consid-
Merritt salls For ManiIa..
The steamer Newport, with General
Merritt on board, sailed Wednesday for
Fleet Allowed to Coal.
The Egyptian government Thursday
gave its sanction to the Spanish fleet
coaling from its own transports at Port
Said. The Egyptian government 'had
previously prohibited the Spanish fleet
from taking on board any more coal
than enough to enable it to return to
Attack on Santlago Begun.
A general assault on the city of San
tiago de Ouba by the land and sea forces
of the United States began at 7 o'clock
Friday morning. General Lawton ad.
vanced and took possession of Cabona,
a suburb of Santiago.
Morro Castle and the other forts at
the entrance of the harbor were boni.
boarded by the American fleet. Thl
Vesnvius used her dyuminte guns witt
The Spanish fleet in the harbor fired
on the American troops, who were very
close to the city.
The fighting continued until dark
The American forces carried the enemy 's
outer works, and occupied them Friday
night. It was announced that the fight
ing would be resumed at daybreak Sat.
The American loss during the day
was estimated at 500 killed and wounded,
but the Spanish loss probably largely
exceeded that number
Squadron Passes the Conast.
According to a dispatch received at
the Spanish ministry of the marine, Ad.
miral Camara, in command of the Span-
ish fleet last reported at Port Said,
Egypt, Friday passed through the Suez
canal, apparently on his w9ay to tbh
Second Day of the Fight. *'
The battle of Santiago was resumed
early Saturday morning and continued
throughout the day. The Aimerivim
troops advanced closer to the city, but
suffered greatly. It was etinamted that
General Shafter's army had lost 2,000 in
killed and wounded (luring the two
days' fighting, while that of the enemy
Powers Decide to Step In.
On the best authority the correspond
ent at Berlin of the Associuted Press
was informed Saturday that Geruiauy,
France and Russia had reached au un..
derstanding to interfere in the Philip-
pines after the war to prevent the
United States or Great Britain gaining
possession of the whole islands.
Spanish Fleet Wiped Out,
According to meager but official ad.
vioes received in Washington Sunday,
the United States fleet under Admiral
Sampson entered Santiago harbor and
destroyedthe Spanish flee bottled up
It was ated that Gearal Shafter.
whose army surrounded the oity, had
sent a demand for its surrender and
expected prompt compliance.
American Troops la Cafte.
A United States dispatch boat which
left Manila July 1 arrived at Hong-Kong
Sunday with news of the safe arrival at
Oavite of the American troops that left
ban Francisco the latter part of May.
The ladrone islands were captured on
the way over and a force left to garrison
Sampson on the Victory.
The following cablegram, signed by
acting Rear Admiral Sampson, was re-
ceived at the navy department Monday:
"The fleet under my command offers
the nation as a Fourth of July present
the destruction of the whole of Cer-
vera's fleet. No one escaped. It at.
tempted to escape at 9:80 a. m. and at 2
p. m. the last, the Cristobal Colon, bad
run ashore 60 miles west of Santiago
harbor and had let down her colors.
'The Infanta Marie Teres, Oquendo
and Viscaya were forced ashore, burned
and blown up within 20 miles of San-
tiago, the Furor and Platon were de-
str d within 4 miles of the port. Loes,
one killed and two wounded. Baemy's
los, probably several hundred from
gun fir, explosion and droraing.
About 1,800 prisoners, including Admi-
ral Carvers. The man killed was George
. Ellis, chief yeoman of the Brooklyn."
McKinley to the Admiral.
On receipt of the message announcing
thb destruction of the Spanish fleet,
President McKinley sent the following
dispatch to Admiral Samoisn:
TRiiw x, July 4. The Austrian
cruiser Maria Theres has sailed for
Santiago de Cuba.
Los ANRuLzs, July 1.-A slight earth-
quake shook was felt here shortly before
midnight. No damage has been re-
SCRANTON, Pa., June 29.-Patri(*
Haggins, said to be the oldest man in
Pennsylvania, died here last night, agedl
WASHINGTOW, June 80.-Swift tf Co.
of Chicago have been awarded the big
contract for supplying all the beei
needed by the army in Cuba.
,LoNDOx, July L.-Spain's obstinate
'ours, hrir prolonging a hopeless war nout
only puzzles English politicians, but ls
steadily drawing syjnpathy from her.
WARINsmxoTO, July 1.-Several cases
of typhoid fever have developed recently
at Camp Alger. Cases have been re-
ported from nearly every regimeint.
NEW HAVKEN, J11e .11 -The honorary
degree of doctor of laws was conterre-d
today by Yale university upon Williai
McKinley, president of the Uuit'id
WASHINOTON, July 1.-Commissary
General Egin is making pla u to stiwd
provisions of all kinds to bth,, insurgen'
troops i: Cuba and to the starving non.
WASHINUTON, lJly 4.-The work of
turning out revenue stamps at the bu-.
reau of engraving and printing tou-
tinues without abutemeut. The forie
works 24 hours a day.
PARIS, July 4.-The Matin says the
queen regent of Spain dlgres the inter.
vention of Europe and Would willingly
sacrifice the throneteor the peace whi-h)
is imperative in the interests and tor
the honor of Spain.
WASHInSroN, IJuly 1.-President Mce-
Kinley today appointed George Brutce
Cortelyou of New YWrk assistant setre
tary to the president to till the iddit
tional position of that grade rect'rly
created by congress.
LoNDONv July 3. Captain F. L.
Schuennaker, of the Fourth Uniit-l
States cavalry, died yesterday at Brigh.
ton. Lieutenant Colonel Alfred L1
Bates, the United States unlitary :it-
tache here, is makitig the arraugeiimentes
for the funeral.
ROME, June 2t1.-The pope i suhail to
be greatly affected by tht coiriw of t he
Spanish-Amorican war and, in view (f
his ag3 and nervous lroStration for sotmae
time past his entourage is anxious, Inl-
though his physicians declare there iq
no cause for alarm.
WASHINGTON, Jnne 30.-Sonor Elio-
doro Infante, charge d'affairs of tho
Chilian legation here, denies that his
government hus sold the battleship|
O'Higgins to Spain. The vessel, he
says, is now enroute to Chili, and is ex-
pected to make the trip in 85 days.
ToPrKA, July 4.-Es-United States
Senator William A. Pfeffer, who was
formerly sent to Washington by the
Populists of Kansas, has written a letter
accepting the Prohibition nowieat/oa
for governor recently tendered him.
Senator Pfeffee says he win devote two
months to i taking a thorough canvasp
on the single issue of prohibition.
VAxcouvIa, B. 0., July 1. Late
mail advices from Japan say that the
president of the Centreal Tea Guild has
telegraphed President McKinley that
the tax on tea will check commerce be-
tween Japan and America and ought,
therefore, to be reconsidered. Five
thousand te firers will be put out of
employment in consequence of the duty.
McPnHIRSox, Kan., July 4.-One of
the most destructive fires that ever vis-
ited this city occurred when the First
National bank building, in which was
located the Citizens' State bank, J. B.
Iederer & Co., clothiers; Broughton's
music store, Larimer's tailoring estab-
lishment and nearly all the principal
real estate and loan ofces in the city
burned. The los is estimated at S75,.
000; inzmranoe, 80,000.
The more careful i man is in buying,
the more skeptical e is in selecting his
pants, the better we like it. Be will
then more fully appreciate the BUOK-
SKIN BBEECHES. He'U see at a
glance how carefully they are made.
When be puts his hands In the rockets
he'll find a printed guarantee' which
aysv; ,ft not as rtpraesnted your
money back. They couldn't be motte-
they'll never be less."
3 d i
LO.A L. AD% EUlTI3Lak o.LT'.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTI 'E.
IIX MONTH Art'R DATK I WILL I RE.
PEKNT my final mccounts and vouchers, as
Administrator of the Estate of Charles Corning,
deceied. to the County ludge of I'ultnam Coun-
ty. Florila. ant ask to be dihargeed front tha
further administration of said estate.
V. S. CRILL.
feb 10, 'ls-in. Cumn teetalstilto aniexo.
SIX MONTH AFTER IDAT I WILLPRESENT
ily filialt teioilt, allid Voll.-IIei as sillmli$s-
tratrix of til estate of Win. Speck, deceased. to
thei County .I ldge of l htila ('il intf, i'loritl,
tild k ito l wiliomiarrrfel from the further ad
mninistratLioi of aitI estate.
MARY JOEI'HINE 'SPECK
J nt-im Aiduiiilntratrix.
NOTICE rFOR PUBLICATION.
LAND OrFFI'E AT (iAI MrVIIt.L I, FLA.,
.Julie ,i Is. 198.
NOTICE 18 HERE (GIVEN THlAT THE
I. followinghiatmedmet ttler Ia filed notle of
tier intention to make final proof in support
if her claim,. And that said tIriif will lie made
before Clerk Circuit Court, at P'alatka, Fla.. on
JU1LY 30, 189t,
vz: Lucy Brookm willow of Ilobert .f. hr. oks,
.Jeieeaseu of obratiin. lortda, lHd 2;431, hir the
11 of n w i,, 1 e'itii 1. IS, n II townh1lil 11 s of
ranle 24 e.
She namies the following witn.esies to prove ier
uoItilliious residence it )011 and ciiitival on of
aid land, viz: A. J. I.ll eit, of ( rni lin las
i arle Slitnh, hr.. oir nilii, lt. ; to it In. -
ow. of ;Irundlln, Fla. s|ii.,.ir liaki r. of I;ran.
tin. Fla. W.. l.Pii.'SON, llRe. -ler.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATIO',
LAND (nFFII'Ke AT AIN Ill.i. A l a
funs' m 7 tI,
\nOTICE IS ]IEEI:V (;l\'S N I"i ii'el,
d ,14 a l I hat nl a|l .,,, l11 ia. tl.m in ..
ire lt.'lrk. i t it i., I .tkI5, k II ridl o
ll .ll t 1:1. li !, \N 7
l H llle I l 1 11 r i i, ,
.1 T.o M i %mllo e:. ln i o,, FI
I.N. Mi 'ranly.
t;. A. Itrown
SPECIAL MAN TM'S SALE.
.'NIl9it ANIi Ii VlItTlI OF A F1>:1it-
,f f rent .irtt Aithl t.iilu reihlcitl in thn
SIr lilt oirr Itl i. I l ifili Jtudi, I iiretit.
of tlihe rate liorilda ft.r I'utia, ,, ii ,ty, I y
the lion. W. A His:ker. Jil||'e of til Curc
date the i h day til tJu,.i, A. D. is wherein
iHeIy 7ini ns t is eoimildlnant, and Illtat P.
lHoue is defendant, I will sl at paitillc auc-
tion for cash, to the highest sandbe t hide-er, at
the frt t doo r tihe Court Houee in lt'alatka, in
said county of l'unam. on the
rItUT MONDAY IN AtU.t'$T, A. D IS,
the same belng the lit day 'f said n m .
duris the le s hims of ale X that day, all
n ithe following diecrlled periobal property,to.-
he twowooden building on blok fiftythree
(5S) or the City of Palatka.used as an oImce,store
r eom, and ansne house. also the plant and ma-
chieory therein ootaied. censisting of one
statiuary eight-horse power engine ald ten-
horse powWi iler (made by John F. artes Ms-
lchine Co., ome wood-plittr. saw and mandrel,
endless chain, and various pulleys shsftIngana
beltting. The whole of the above dAeotbs per-
sonal property consisting of a retail wood yard.
Aiso one roan horse and Vlorenee wagoe, ued
in connection with sald plant and Wo'Ubnsiuss.
lyl-4w N. J. HILt URN. Spell faster.
Colleglat, Prparatory, Comnrdal,
Musk, Art, Normal.
Every emphasis is laid upon the Instruo-
tion given. The protessore ad Instructors
are experts who have held oorrespondlno
IndUons la the highest oolleg0 e in ti
eantiful Location Healthful Burrosed-
lnP, Modem Meoth.o lanelleat s brary,
KPine emnauam, We*(lruulahed ooms,
V=oms lsoasble. asha student ig ivea
a room to himself withoul estra bar.
meue L. Willk ree.
For further tinformatio and osialogues
apply to gRa L I T. Amat.
twtn Pis., IrA.
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A- t~ii -kei.~ it.
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* .;t0 ',' : '' .:
WMle System Built Up
Digestion Improved and Throat
Wonderful Cood Comes from the .
Use of Hood's Sareaparjlla.
The building up power of Hood's Sar
Mparilla when the system is run down
from the effects of disease, is wonderful,
and Is due to the great blood enriching
qualities of this medicine. Read this:
"I bad been troubled for sevmal years
with asthma. My digestion was also
poor. I tried various remedies, but with
little or no benerit. last year I began
taking Hood's iaraa 'rillsa. It has done
me an immense amount of good. My
whole system bnbs Lb(:. built up and
strengthened.* Mly d. g(tlon has been
Improved and mi throat relieved of the '
severe irr!tstinn." 'DA TRyiRAxo, 427
I'Rqt Chaset '. .' oa,. Florida.
Hq r i Sarsa-
h the twll i.n : I**)i rrue Brlood P'urtlier,
Soldby all di ,. f., or $5.
looad's Pils war the nOnly pi..a. take
with nod'+ sa will.
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IPRMfAY. JULY g
r OUR COImIT EDITORS
.'., NAsctA, July 5.
'*Or much longed for sta has arrived.
v- nd we dldGot even begrudge it the
South of July to fall n, oven if It did
break in upon several private picnles:
'Thern was no public ceelebraltIn In
Nashua this year. as so many wished to
be in Jacksonville to witnea the review-
tug of the soldiers by General Filabush
Le, still it could not be aid that patri.
tiUsm in Nashua was dead, for very
early In the moronin we were roused
from our slumbers by ihe loud reports
of a cannon, aided yV the numerous
smaller firearms, and a perfect volley
from the boys with large an tsial: fire
Mrs. A. Q Whitman and her son,
Harlow, together with Miss Alite Whit*
soan, and Mesars. Frank and Will Me
Dowell, left fo-the north two weeks
ago. They report a very pleastat trip,
Especially the sea voyage. The ladies
suffered somewhat from senslckne,* for
a time, but It soon wore away. The
gentlemen were too much accustomed
4o the storms they often would meet
*during their pleasure trips on Lake Eric
Ocean. After spending a dav in New
York, the party separated, Mrs. Whit.
man to go to her husband and daughter
in Hurley, Wis., Miss Alice Whitman
,to visit relatives in Massachusetts and
Vermont, and lie McDowelisto go to a
summer resort in Massachusetts,where
they will spend the summer.
Rev. N. Woodworth and his wife
,have gone to visit their son in the west.
lite departure leaves the church without
a pastor for three hundays in every
rmoath. It Is the fires time the church
rss been without a pastor stnce it was
Prayer meetings every Wednesday
jiigbt are quite well attended.
Mr. Dishop and his faithful horse.
Wrince, have been very busy this sum-
,mer dligZing out the side of a hill for
Mr. Crane. Mr. Bishop sa}s that he
expects to unish In about two weeks.
*Mrs. E. M. Griffon and her daughter
are expected in Nashua this week to
apend the rest of the summer.
If you want to see some nice water-
anelons, look at those raised by Mr.
tliealers and Mr. Prevatt.
A. C. Davis and Earnest Carter, who
have been keeping house for some time
in Nashua,moved last week to a smaller
and more cozy cottage. MYRTLE.
Meets Your leeds.
When you feel tlred,languld,nervoust
and are troubled with pimples and
cruptioP, you will find Hood's BSarsap-
arillit .xlwtly meets your needs. It Pu-
ritlmaend enriches the blood and Im-
parts to it the qualldee needed to tone
the nerves and nourish the whole sys-
tm, It our-s all blood humors.
HCoD's PIL oeure stok headaohe.
%aussea, billionsuese and all liver 111*.
SUlBOSE, July 6.
The rains of yesterday and to day
tiave made tbing look aresh and bright
once more, after the dry spell.
An addition has been built onto the
Methodist Epiecopal parsonUage.
Mr. Hamliln has added a billiard par-
for to his residence. .
Mr. Mullon Is contemplating the ad.
iltion of a two story front to his house.
The Kings Glenn cottage is to be en.
large by an addition.
On Thursday of thai week, Mrs. M. S.
M. Caldwell expects to leave for her
S annual visit to Sprlngfield, Mass. '
Mrs. Catharine Westgai-leave this
Sereek for a visit to Batherford, N. J.
SMis Annie Meoymn has bee en-
gaged to teach the school at BlD
Creek. She recently n101h4d toachagK
a team at banderso, in Bake" Oouaty.
S Oecar Whitoomb aretaied home lat
S'. aturday, mch impsod to health.
,.T. plaeant arord g itletina, ad
I em*othlink ,efet of Syup of fls, wh
: gee oaoalaxatlv, and if th ththee
o e mothebe ebelw or biuon, the
1 a|6' 4 graUiyaUlsttius follow Sius e;
!Lio th Is the bt ftally repuedr
S known, aad ewvrbIlyelsalMd hnvi
4 bottle. Maetultrd .r <4, (elb
ds'P, ..tgyr CO,
DBAxiw na ,ru July S.'
Mr. Thoeas Miller and family,with a
number of fned,ualted In a proper Ji yV
observe d of the Fourth at his res-
deuce. It hd bueen Magreed bhat we .,P -rain,
would ceLebrate our National birthday O r *
with s pidhie. At .u earl hobqr our,
people beganto sasemable. 10a.. .0, ,
a large namon r ware present. An flg
pole Ua been ended and from Its tep
floated our country's beeutfulW n. 4 Wr
It w the large flp that wl n rchad V jjs
by Mrs. Pfatteron and Mr.Eddie Miller
mudpreent.edastu eool bemn.A AQENTS Th
few years since. They we're enabled to ..r
secure the lde through lIberalbolri ..
tions from our Palatka friend ands4-.
drdates In a former poletM~blMjn ah. p
It Is tsnderly preserved by hbat ox-
Uulon veteran, Tbhoia Milers, who
worthily wore the blue- for four long
years. No mean .Irilt'ls cherished by
our friend over this trophy of re-union.
We found present ex" Confederates,who G o- e Vie -
were loyal veterans of tbhe gray, sunb
men as our worthy neighbors, Jobt(lT,
Minton, 8r., aud Henry. 8. Mliniton.
Thus beneath old glory were symbolised
e happy thought of tbr hodU', the re
union of the brave men of the blue and
the gray. A great day this; a nation T
re-united heart and hand,with England .P a
asling a friendly alliance of the A'glo-
Saxon rac'. IA raising the flagxon the 16 Lenion Stree
Fourth, I was reminded of the worns: .
Up with the flag! It flamed of yore Notice.
On Saratoga's field,
On Monmouth's sands, on Yorktown's We, the undersigned. ha
It baae the foeman yiehol.
The cliffs of Flamboro' knew it well,
The waters of Caiamelain,
And pirate Moors before It fled,
Upon the Inland main.
Up with the flag; no Hesclan band,
Nor gallant ranks of gray,
But gold aud greed and Spanish hand,
We meAb against t>-day.
A foe more subie, and more fell.
Than those of elder strife,
A compact of the powers of bell,
Against the Nation's life.
Though the formality of speech
making was dispensed with, we dis-
cussed the war, its phases, uad news.
8ome of us read aloud the account In
the Times Union and Cittien of the
heroic boys in their brave attack on the
outer fortifications at Santiago. Ban-
nerville will take the prize for pretty
babies. We are raising troops for
Uncle Sam. As the dinner hour drew
nigh, the handsome ladies of Banner.
ville were busy preparing a sumptuous
dinner. When we took our seats, we
beheld a table fairly growing beneath
the many good things our noble women
had so lavishly provided. In the after-
noon the young people Indulged in
singing a number of sonus. We had
delightful music on the organ with vio.
lin accompaniment. Ice ream and
cake was served several times, and was
emnellent. It did credit to Mrs. Miller
and the other ladles. After tea, we
had a concert at the organ. A number
of patriotic songsp were sung. When we
rode away, at 10 p. m., we left the
young folks tripping the light fantastic
toe to the strains of rnul-.lspirlng mu-
asi. Every one seemed to vie with the
other in contributing to our enjoyment.
The Fourth here will long be remem-
bered by all present.
There is one little maiden
That now I will name,
Whieh may bring what is better
Than riches or fame.
All those who will heed It
Good appetite And,
Strong norve roy cheeks
And vigor of mind.
'It will bansirdyspepeia,
Iheumatise and goat,
That tired feeling conquer,
Drive aseoah out,
And beoe lithe maxim-
Its wisdom sle esure-
Take Hoed's Uarapartll
Aad "use your blood pare.
NoIce to Tax Payers.
The ty tax hoob forl taxes will
be closed JIsly Olat, roto, after
-wlua da dittress warrant will be
lWed'Iir n unpaid taxWe.
L order of the city conaeil.
T. 3. AxDzmox,
City Tax Collector.
P b, hisz.,, June 1, *1W. td
/ertrees & Co.,
--W' OLLSA .L--
w'wW zxIz xm8u.. 3 08o.
I lN Sale Stables. Rpotlorv.
Standard Oil Company, /
Walter A. Wood'. Mowing and Reaping Machines.
......W OLSALI AD TAIL D3lA n IN......
s, Crockery, China,
Wood and Willow Ware,
per and Paper Bags
our connection with The 'utnam 'oun
tv Commercial and Investment Assocla-
Lion, and are nut responslb.e in whole
or in part for any liabilities contracted
by same. I. L. PURCELL,
B. B. POBEY,
E. T. HoiMxs,
A. B. STBICKLAN,
Palatka, Fla., June 23, 18 8.-4w
Nervous excitement,jdue to the ap-
pearatce of yellow fever, is something
that should be avoided. Banish all
thought of dancer. See that your blood,
liver and bowels are healthy and you
can defy the disease. If your bowels
are Irregular, if your digestion Is dis-
turbed, If you don't sleep well. ft your
blood is impure, begin at once with
Prickly Ash Bitters; use It regularly; it
will keep the health of the body at the
highest standard. Sold by Ackerman
E. 0. EARYs & Co. will sell you a
large load of Dry fine, Ash or Oak
Wood to any part of the city for 81.
When you need woodicall up 'Phone 5
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A BICYCLE ACCIDENT,
or a cae of exhaunson, or being over-
come by beat, should always be proved.
ed against by the bicycle rider carrying
a flask of our high grade I. W. Harper
whiskey. It Is the finest and purest
whiskey on the market for medicinal
purposes, and as an appetiserand tonic
is unexcelled. Our stock of Wines and
liquors are all high grade and reasona-
ble in price, and as every one knows
the purest In the city. "MUNamW ."
DL P. --aKENXR,
uiu uIuur* l mm'"
What is Better ti
" Good Eye-eight 1
now is tahe tauieo hb youi
uxmamndita ( Maa atted. A
2..;. l, 1'. 1'
S- Palatka, Florida.
35 Lemon Street.
Ladies' Shirt Waists,
Dry Goods and Notions. Shoes and Hosiery,
R. & G. Corsets. Parasols and Umbrellas.
Men's and Boys' Hats,
Boys' Waists and Pants.
THE C. B. ROGERS CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLEML U OERL.
Provisions, Grain, Hay, Flour, Isl, .Grits, Etc.
Sole AtemsU tM OUR BUSINESS CONFINED TO
FlikM i h ,l- f TBE 'tADE .OLY. ORDERS
FROM CONSUMERS NEITHER
L JM InW mEW 11t SOLICITED NOR DESIRED.
QuotAtions Made Promptly on Application.
PETITION FOR LICENSE.
TO THn HONORABtB BOARD OF COUr OfOMMIesIOgneU, PUTNAM COUNTY,
We, the undemsigned re ."ed voters, of Precinct No. (14) Fourteen, Pat.
naew County, Florinda, rep fuy request your honorable body to grant unto
M. J. Murphy license to ml ales, Wines, tad sirltuos liquor Ito amd Prelct
No. (14n) F ourte.eor the year eommenolog Ososber let, 1896, and ending
September 80th2 129ei 7 .
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