Group Title: Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)
Title: The times-herald
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Title: The times-herald
Uniform Title: times-herald
Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Times herald
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Times-Herald Co.
Place of Publication: Palatka, Fla.
Palatka Fla
Publication Date: July 15, 1898
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 1, 1893.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -67th year (Sept. 18, 1936).
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 1, no. 37 (Feb. 16, 1894).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00086614
Volume ID: VID00115
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33475274
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Preceded by: Palatka weekly times
Preceded by: Palatka herald
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5.1898. NEW SEI S-VOL l 7.-- lot

LAK W-IlV NM4 aaioW4 I* ComaahlastedMy 1. lm PAI.ATKA, FLAa, JULY 15~

KIyt rat .kL .t0e Ieed pore,
BRIEF LOCAL NOTES. Pn C t o n nsa.,-"
mportant BusinesTransated at the J. O. Duval., of, This City, Shoots Putnam County Convention Was h s d dles.
Session Tuesday Evening. Himself Through the Head. Held Yesterday.
Paragraphs Of Local and Per- Council met Tuesday evening, pursu. J.O. ouval,whul hves an Reid street, The Putnam County Democratic
soni l Interest. ant torecess taken July 6th. denpted lakehis own hfeMonday L' e e t t u YA
Piesent, Chnirman Kennerly, Alder- afternouu at 0 o'clock,In b rom. Thehouse yesterday at 12 o'clock, noon.
.Short, Snappy Stories About Matters meu B. I. Gay, P.mats, Smith, Ftler, ball enteredd the head over the left eye, The Convention was c oled t ord
in Platka and Putnam Coun. Thona, Ive,. Hodges. ear the tmps', aud d upward bv Toseph Price, chairman of ti Ex
n Palatka and Putnam Coun. As per Instructions, street commit Dr. A. M. tee wa called in an ren- ecuive Committee. John P. Wall was
ty, for Busy Readers. employed Civil Engineer talph to de- dered medicalattention, probing for th3 elected temporary chair t and F. C
--- lenine proper level for drm under hall. and idressing the wound. mBlanhorary orgaz tion was madre er
y e railroad track at intersection of M1an The injured man was resting well temporary orgauz,tiu was made per- -
33 vards ellow HIomespun for 61, at d r, b m canvut, and Wb. i. Anderson wa se- I THE I-ACKETSTonE. Initted a prolle of the ditch along condition. bis phvidcidn thinks he will lecledasitant secretary. dI
The San Maleo Item aPays: John F'outh Street without comment. It recover, unles- iparm vis should stein. commllcallof delegates approved, ut
Perkins has about cibhtacres in tobacco was ordered that the street committee Mr. Duval, is a wel * pear Rice Creek, and sa1s It Is doing Ike the prodle, anid proceed at once to Palatka, and w. a. m o ne .time nt engi. t lo ine, he f n, g
zcely. open thudrain, so that the present con- neer ou 0ie Ock ikha river. His at- a utionp red, and he following IROA N .
Dave lienbow, a iemher f the ditious will he improved and the water tempt upon hi, life i' ,ittlhutcd to the luti e resolved Bktd adopted. of:
Gurrds, cane it uutinay a, ernoon, on a properly carried off without detriment fact lint lin wai jtiit recovering from a lBei,am ntity. il (.,iv lon aseuo-
viol to his friends, returning tb T.nimpa to the property owners along Fourth protracted spree. i:ed, a-1. L w: ....I..... ... ..
Monday night. Street, and that said committee is here- Straw Hats at a Sacrlce. 1st. Thii, we lhartily endzl,, tHie 20--D. Bohannou.
Oureirlineof Misses ud Chi by power to ems reply q uisite ato the ur.-- Our entire line of Straw ats will Democratic platform a, uiciatd by 21-A.. Townentil.
iren' Strat S iers and Oxfords are therance as t deems requisite to th fr- be sold at Q sacrifice. the National Democratic Couvent,on at 22-ack M. Cannon.
gotg at cSt.hir anc of Street committo e then Tn: i I. E.Bown Co. Chicano in 1894,, known as the "(;hica. 3-WiL. Ivers.
gong at e Et. Chairman of street committee then .- go plhform," and believe that upon 24-Chas. Thi'pen.
Titl: S. E. BoiD Co made further verbal report relative to New Real Estate Firm. the princitilet therein contained de.- 2- E W. Green.
.1udge 'ertrees, wcompaiiicd by his the electric light l ud teieplue potes 'The It ,rm luiing on ,emon peud the proipenil and safety of the The Exo'pve Conimltlree organized,
daughter, Mrs. .. N. Walton, and her coamilained of as being in tront of Wil Street, which Ia j st undergone a tho. people. electing the following bllleers: Joseph
children. let Monday for Summner Ih- kie building. The corresieondence was rouh clennini~ aiIl been put in excel- 2nd. That we approve the State lai. IPrice, chairman; F C. Blanchard,
yen, to spend the suiimmer. then referred back to the street chii- let shape by (has. Roger, now roatl Com ,siion law, belivil', that, secretary; W. I'. Alerson, treasurer.
The newlv electedoillicers of St.Johnsin ittee, with instructions to confer with presents n very attractive appearance. if properly executed, : will correct Just before aijourumeni, Congress-
Iodge, No. 8, K. f P., were installed the parties interested and have one ol It hbs heen re-painted, re.papered, and tuian tijust dicriniiaious, and give nan Dais responded to an urgent in
on Thursday ni>,ht of last week by the poles removed. generally l ut traisportaio rates, that will pIove vitation to speak. Hisi nldress was
Deputy Grand Chancellor Huff. Clerk reported relative to present The new real em.ite firm of Roy & proliable to both carrier and :.-lip er. brief but to the point, nd was most
Eugene Gay, of ralatka, a recruiting status of city's claim on tie lot in s. e, Thayer,which has recently been fomued :ird. That we favor the deepeniun ,,f enthusiastically received.
ofEugene Gayor of lat was a recruiting co. block 32, frntig60 feet on Lenm- here, are occunyin. the building, and a St. Johns river at Orange tMill? at I. The Convention adjourned.
ofller for the sta wa a DeL reet, d 150 feet on Dade tre very pretty l y have. Thi lir octi-.i t and fully appre. i. BRIEF PENILINGS.
Thursday to get men to enlist with the mentioned in communication of E, E. will do a general real estate and rent- atethe uccdsll services of our re ,-BRIF PENCILINS.
Florida troops.-Del.aud liecord. .IHaskell, attorney tor G. L. Bailey, that ollectingm busiues,s, and TIHE TIMES- reenutative in Contress,. lonu. Robert
Messrs. Davis & Son have just re- the city taxes for the years '14 and '95 iIERALD hastens to welcome them to W. Davis, in geltii,g a favorable report .I.W. Hal], of llitervillle, was in
ceived an order for another.-0,000 gal. had been paid, but that there wasallen thins city. feeling, that there is a good to Congress for the accomplishment of town SalUdavy.
Ion tank. Theorder is from the Plant against said property tiled bjy the city opening here for such an enterprize. the same, undet such unfUvo able c r- Major Fowler h:s gone to Ormond
System, and the tank goes to Savannah. at the court house for 1803 taxes which Both irnembeis of the firn are young cumetances. for a few days
Recruiting Oili:erGay sent the fol hadl not been paid. The clerk was i- n n m of much experience in heir line of 4th. Thatweo heartilyv approve the Mrs.M 11. Kompton,of Johnson.was
lowing recruits to Tampa last r tday structed to ob:ain further information business, and are ihustleis from the record of li, Iu,.hrt W, I) avis, rel,- town Saturday.
night: C. W. Bard, 1'P. Parce, G.W. relative to said lien and report fully at art resentat ye in Comress, from the Se,
nrt. A.ext meeting. We feelafe M i aI Ysg that.:l proper.- tut IT.atNet of I -'orida, and he-rebv Mrs. L. It. Peck, of ,uhuson, spent
Monles, and r BSaminell. r A communication from IH. M. De. ties and hutilnes entrusted in their pledge our u,.conpromisin support Saturday in the city.
Moutmollin relative to the present un- hands will have the very Lbesi of atten- foi hii reualuiiaatiii a the Deinorrut- C. A. McLarty wcut to Al!an:a Mnu-
Among the many callers yesterday at passable condition of thesidewalk alobg ti,11. iv (Co_,..iiloaii (,ll oi enltion lo l)e he 1 i day oi a buginusis trip.
TIE TIiMES-HERAI.ALD olc were T. B. the east side of Emmetlt Street in iroilt Success to Mi IsrsR. Roy Thayr. ai, lrlattul on te b20: inst. Miss E hy w -
Lovela(ce and Joseph Hammontry, lead- of what ie known as the Bert property, th. '',t iwe hrely endorse [liot. for issEit t Mo rrvati y w 11 A a. on
ing citizens of McMeekin, who were in was read and referred to street com- Funeral of E. B. Hazel. John 1'. \ali. I'PulntamC (ountiv f, or u a visit to relativs li Alai, a.
attendance on the convention,. mittee. Thel funeral of E. Ii. Hazel took place State I tlroad l n ilii ioii' hii,,' Coug:ressaan lobert V W. Davis ar-
S Homesoun and tGrass Linen *'kirt. Chief of Police submitted sidewalk last Friday mornuii at 11 o'clock, at 1,,;deur suppot foll' s 1ori,|| nved hom. lr;u Wahinton .ulay.
ings marked down. notice, to property owners along east St. Movica's Hstmati Catholic Church, tion to that po,)itio.1it the xlcyti I .t M. LCheseer, uo' :ollister, was one
THE S. E. BOND Co. site of Water Street between property conducted by Father O'Brinen. Alarge Convetion to I), hliid at OrJlailo. of slurhliy's vIitlos i, l.e Gem City
of Martin Grillin and Wmi. M. Wiruber. number of friends of the deceased were (;li. l1hat it is the iusie aol de1. ir
Alexander lwanowski, a native of ly, with his endorsement of service present, aniiinanyfollowltheremains .... .t.lof tuity t Sheriff IlU'algan came 1 i ur firn Or-
T r oI' i i l' lte UI J Ul lli l .l11' l( ly l i
Palatka, died luSt. Augustilpe July.ith, thereon. to East Palatka,wherathey were buried setat i n n Monday to aUetil tt. viliclitl busl-
our O I 1epi (-sen alivm a 111. ,I
and was buried fronythe-Cathdral on Upon motion, clerk was instructed to in the family ouryig gioundi. Congress do all in their power tSo > iesi.
the Cih. He moved from Ialatkamany order one car lod of DeLeon shell, re- The pall-beareis were: 1'. A. Smith, amend the Interstate Commissiou Act: Wim Iligi, (if Char',-ton, S. C., is
years ago, and was about 58 years old gardless of the freight rate. for the re. .James Brewer, C. J, Rogero, Wm. that full power be give the Conmist- vislung the f.unay of hI- ,unt, Mrs. W.
at the time of his death. pairs necessary to sidewalk along west Willard, .T. It. Dunn, and A. Usina. mission to fix rates,pronlbitingtdiscriin. II. Wigg.
The Confederate Veterans held a side of Front Street, from S.J.Kun- inatiou orprefeiences, or any oth-rI Mrs.. .P. Chester, 1f1ian Muteo, has
mee'ing Saturday evening and selected nearly's property to Reid Street. The Crescent Spreading Out. amendments that nayl he necessary for gone to $'brook 1P'uitt,Coul.,tu spend
Judge Vertrees and Capt. H. Y. Snow Motion prevailed thatthe seml-annu- It gives us pleasure to notethe rapid- the perfecting of the luterstate Coin- the summer. -
as delegates to the re-union at Atlanta. al interest being past due on paving ly increasing hunlness of the- Crescent mission Act.
Capt. J. D. Points and Captr. Johnson notes 2 and 3, clerk be instructed to Drug Store, undel the management of 7th. That a copy of these resolutions Mrs. F. A. B s Itleft Tuesday for
were selected as alternates, draw warrant In favor of the East Flor- the affable Mr. C. J. Garrett. He has be sent to each of our Senators sad Hendersonviile, N. V., to spend the
Mrs. V. H.White left home Wedues. da Savings and Trust Co. for e64.75, found It necessary to add another clerk Representatives la Congress. summer.
day for a trip in the East and North. amountof said interest May 21st,1898. to his prescription department in order liesolutions relative to abolishing the We had a pleasant call Friday from
Mrs. White will go from here to War- It appearing that Pat Cooney having to meet the demands of his trade. J. primary system of election was lost by our friend and subscriber, J. H. Wylie,
ren, Pa., and later will visit Moline, Ill. worked five days on the streets'at 1 A. Tlchenor, a pharmacist of wide ex- a vote of 37 to 23. of Interlachen.
Mr. White accompanied her as far as per day, and his services having been perlende, is the new prescription clerk. Following are the delegates to the Judge Coxe returned Sunday from a
Jacksonvlle.-Crescent City Journal. discontinued by the superintendent of He comes to Palatta from Leesburg. State Convention: E.S. Crlil.John A. visit to his daughter, Mrs. A. L. GlaI,
the street force, It was ordered that McAllister, Joo. P. Wall, F. J. Fearn- t High Sprins.
E. L. Butler, who was reported last clerk draw warrant in favor of Pat Examination. sde, o. H. Merryday, Horace Prior,t h springs.
week as having been captured at Tampa Cooney for $5 to cover such services. The examination for the state schol- A. S. Willard, G. F. Sprague. Capt. J, B. Lucas, whose headquar.
for gambling and resisting an officer Regular monthly reports of Chief of arship of the Bartow Military Institute Following are the delegates to the tere for the present are at Savannah, is
here, was tried before Justice Rowton Police, Tax Collector, and City Tress- from this county,will be held in Palatka Congressional Convention: R.' W. in town this week.
Friday, and held in a bond of M500 in urer were then read, and, upon motion, on August 5th. Davis, E. S. Crill, J. D. Points. A. 8. James Brewer left Monday for a visit
each case, for his appearance at court. referred to the finance committee. Dr. E. 8. Crill, 8. J. Hilburn, and Willard, U. F. Sprague, J. M. Cannon, to his old home in Kentucky. He will
The handsome sum of $25 was real. Motion was made that the Mayor be County Clerk Joseph Price have been Holmes Erwin, R. L. Kennerly, Geo, be absent about a month.
sized from the stereoptican exhibition at requerted to make a monthly report to appointed by Representatives Morgan Weller, B. J. Grooms.
the court house Friday night. The ex. this Boardof all lines remitted. Motion and Wall to conduct the examination. The County Executive Committee for yesrdW.. T U. held their mesliog
hibltion was very fine, consisting of the lost. The Best Prescription for Chills the ensuing two years was chosen by Mrs. F. J. Fearnalde.
explosion of the Maine,views of Manila Council adjourned to its next regular nd fever is a bottle of Grove's Taste- precincts as follows:
Santiago, and Havana, etc. I he pro. meeting, unless sooner called by the less Chill To.c. Never falls to cure; G F. R. L. Kennerly, one of THE TIMzS-
ceeds were forwarded to the Guards at PrsMent. then why experiment with worthless -W. D. Alen. HERALD readers at Hawthorne, was in
Tampa. Save Your rMoney. mitatious ? Price 50c. Jun8 ly 8--DavidLockett. town Saturday on business.
H. L. Miller ad the misfortue to lose. We ve the attention of our cu. 4-L. ker. J. H. Parker left Monday or ke
a portion of the index fingeron his right to en or persons wishing to sa Sum m er Haven ee Prior. City to auias e agency for the G. 8.
hand Monday morning at Davis' tank money. D. Goods, Shoes and Gents 6-Holmes Erwin. A F. railway at that place.
factory. Mr. Miller got his fngers Funishing oods to visit our stores. 7- Marcuse Loeb left Saturday afternoon
caught in the planer by accident. The A pleasure to show you our goods. 8-W. B. DeWitt. for Chicago and other points west and
wound Is quite painful, but the patient T A pl r. E. Bou Co. o,9-J. I. MCallum. will be absent several weeks.
was out Monday afternoon, laughing BO N C B 10-B, B. Dancr. Mrs. Parker A. Smith returned home
and talking as usual. Francis has a Fire., Opened July est. Rates $6 per week. 11-W. P. Anderson. Friday from Jacksonvillewhere she has
Attorney E.E.Haskell'wasjummoned The store of Mesrs. Hickenlooper & 12-F. C. Blanchard. been visiting for several weeks.
this week to the bedside of his mother Browning, at Franols,was entirely con. S mer H hustler 13-Hennis Peterman. Lawyer Hankell, of Palatka, was in
in Beverly, Mas., she being quite 1ll. med b fire Saturda night at mid. after the a l -JD. Points. Green Coe on business of a court ase
night. oft ltika alns We a 15 eph Price, thi wk.-r Coye mg.
a g .I Q p .A Circumstances indicate that the orlgtin and Baturdays, returatni on 10-0. H. Ewig. L. 0. Olova.wveT to Daytombeltu-r
XMt Th. Kind YmHnIM was incendiary. The los Ir, wq learb, Thursdays and Mondays. 18i--, J. Fowl.d t .
Siats ii ^ only partially covered by insurance. Julye-tf MRS. J. L BURTON. 10-J. P. Wall. who' pllwlgtte Umutawe.
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Personq who mant l- xpo1wd to y
low fever ind others livini In illstri
ishllle to bel I-f"i(l d hv it. will find It
timely aiw l ilnte-l;l *t pre|sris tlio
the best o, i4.u of .kee'Il,, this dreadil
malady out of the iauihyy. Sfnitn
regulation* In the household are of t
first impo.rtance Clean up all rnf,
matte (dic&yin veKgetation or ew
Pools. Drain of pondsp loolsanod sitl
Burn vpgetahle off t1 from the kit
Eat nothing but light, wholeso'ne a
easily dig sted food,. voldinir gi'en
over ripe fruits Ai d veeltables. La-
be ure that the t )od,. ftoimolich
bowels of every niemlber of the fain
is in healthy )milti.n. Irregularly'
in the .-tein. lmeh ra inl'gpstlon. en
stipatlon, torpid liver, invtie I. epio
to elier the bo y, ani' I- the ca%-
yellow fever. retidie- its pr.rse(s o111
virulent and deadly. This uoui:i,
caube speedily removedind p1 re hWi
ood dihrestlon atnd reguiarity In 1
wells re established by using P, i l
Ash Bitters.the reat system regliau'
The frequent use of this remedy
doses suited to the age of each lirs(
will maintain perfect health In the- f:
ily. (et a bottle at once while the f
ver is yet afar ioff, mes it faithfully ai
regularly. l'roimpt million NOWJ
putting yourself and family Ino cond
tion to reslAt the disease gerns mis
spari you suffering and soirow.
Priaklv Ash Bitters can be obtain
from Ackerman & Stewart.
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Office upstairsl is PalatkA National I Iank B'hl
Palatka, Florida.

Will practice in all Slate and Federl
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Palatka, Florida.
Office Palatka National Bank Iluilin
Will practice iu all Courts, State ani
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Alf$. C isesitlaiwiDebtiiildys iotelmwl
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eused by .r, r. of youth. It werds *e In
and Lonsunp'lioo. Vounei Menregain Mn
Ad Oil di1< Mi recover outhfula Vlgof, I
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Prelt 53. a.ind 1I; 6 hiems s(.
For ,iit emilive nd l sting resultisin Sexie
Vitality, use tLLOW LIBEL OPECIL-lol.
stre l:tl wlllgivestrenuirthsndllole totevr- i,-
uind effit ,- pternieti cure. ChAptrs t and I
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FR f-A hotte of Ihe famrousi Jpiapirw l.i-
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Leads the Procession.
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Ilmk T ral of t.- qmals Wist Disirt ---
to ligh o Fo nes M e The Plant 1Sytem has BEtabtlasd
The Britilh Jack Tars of the E -qul. Tobacco Department.
r aaltfleet are as dogs of war tugging tvognisist the growingimportai
at their chains. At pteseat there m of the lurge tobacco growing indu.
1,000 of them o.i aie wo.reetI of Vancon.
ver from five warships in podt, nd they il FlPorida. lanll ws air the many d
talk freely of ticir desire to add luster lviaiiret under which the ordidti
G. to the glory of the Anglo-Saxon rce.. farmer lahors l t larnir ho" w to r
It is not the inmallueis of their pay that t"hs"ceslt Preident H. B Plati has i
makes them long to joil the United tie'dishd a sobac n iie ,srltmleu, fri
Staten navy, though 85 ceuts a day for whh"'h ill fnrnrsi aloiltg lthe. Iel
ist rack gunners is bad enough, nor is it Innai; .*it.* Is I will ii fieI
i the strict discipline of the British navy. ..1 chaiyg" frll sil .Unlelt.-ie inf,,ini iii
fill It in their fighting blood aroused by the -. ,, i. h,.,ii me,h.i. t .~o.voi ,. .i
tiv accounts 6f the glorious victorile of l ii |aiutin, cller i,-,,,i, Ti
t their American cousin. With theo
e sen ftiiieuta prevailing the desertiou.s ie ilo ll %I II t ien lltilni l *l. rlt
have betn heavy, principally of iatriui.s i stol. Il. land lr. Kliti i> Vi'li will i'a
and a few crack gunners and sailors. !elj' .* Ih h. work, .- '..n'si i.. uii.
iid The dest-rters are said by petty offlticrs age',, The beet quality of seed wllI
or to have gone straight to San Fruitci..-o ut hel f il le fai seps, iiiu. every I
fly to enlist in the United States uvy tfor I A u i d ,I i- lhell, t.
tni active service.
II' Among them is Paddy Brickley. rrswk I '"i l'c t 0,5s1 i.. Ih pf I.tlist
gunner in charge oft the U .04 uaIll kgi.n '1 I I, 1 .;ii oif tlih'e *' f!oil .'Cullia ll
on the flagship Imuperieuse, pet ot ihi lo .- l i.ttio-i.|l, .1'Il iloi,tiinitCit
of Esquimuat fleet and the pride of the 1 h, I w,.,i-vi. m ithse aii.'"(,-'ii.led eve
ir navy. He wa a special favorite of the nik at ia ba1 .... .. 1~ ill
0i admiral, who referred to him us having
.-i no superior as a crack shot in the Brit- hbi3iig I. Aas.. *i '.h 's .r,. .
li ith navy. One of the anilors, speaking ilv lvsiciigl, and as it will s,- c;vei
*1l of his skill, said: "At our last practice vems lit-fre Cubha bhasa cro, In tl
I. we sighted a oinall raft in the ocean imartie, it will paiiverv tariner to plh
on with several maHits erected on it anud tfiacc I his ti ll. ei theV, should wrl
n- ateanmed away until it wais but a black r. Va
s, splash in the litii.uce. Brickley would It ane t Mr. rii lir full iilfori
ilit call tit muisit lie wias going to fetcha lin Ibefore litnk iiL th ,ir seed beil
i) down eight times out of tell." If Umle whether tie v liIHve roii tujibncco I
Ii- Sam wants Lrickley, he can have him, int. Il. will Hike ltlnetsure in) aiinswtri
ay and lie will have a man worthy to tight 1l, questions aesld hlv hose ihnterests
beside the Yankee gunners who deiol- ,.
id shed the fleets of Montijo and Cerver. with rtal iformiion.
-New York Sun.A
N. A .ariow Escap*e.
r CONDITIONS AT CAVITE. Thankful words written by Mrs. Ac
P -- t a E. Hart, of Ortun, 8. S D "WI, aks
on pnslihma rDisersmtheTreatnmen with a had cold which settle I on w
A correspondent of The Daily Mail islis. Doctors ve me tip myinfg
telegraphs from Manila, under date of could live but ashorttime. I gave i}n
ie. July 8, by way of Hongkong, July 8, self tip to my Savior, detea nimies if
as follows: cold not st&y with my friends o
"I have just returned from an inter- earth I would t meet my absent one
il eatingvisit to Cavite. With six other above My husband was advised t
Englishmen, we went ashore iu a body getl>r. Kings New Diti ovrn for Con
and noticed the rebel flag flying every. ,iuptioi, Coughs and Cohis. I gave I
where. We visited the arsenal, where eight hot lep. It li
we saw several hundred Spanish prison- tr. took in all eiht bot.el. It ha
ers looking through barred windows and oured me, alnd thank (4od I ate saved
clamoring for bread and cigarette&. and now a well and healthy woman. 1
Then we did what all do when they go Trial bottles free at the druo store o
to the zoological gardens in London. Aokerman & Stewart.
Wu bought several dollars' worth of na- Regular size 50 cents and $1.00, guir
f tive cigarettes aud little rolls of bred, wanted or prioe refunded.
wlnich w threw to the poor chaps, who
scramtubled fur them and fought like so
mauy wild beats. The Coming Orange Crop.
"Wlieu they got very noisy, a 'nig- DeLand Agricultiurist.
f ger,' who perhaps a few weeks before M. U. Connelly, Florida agent of the
was bedinig the knee to them, would North Carolina & St. Louts, and Louis.
open a idor and belabor them with a ville & Nashville railroads, says:
heavy .tick, to keep them quiet. The
captives did notdare to retaliate. I Saw "The drouth has probably cut down
this with my own eyes, and asked the the Florida orange crop one-third tu;
American sentry why this was allowed. one half below what it ias a expected the
I He replied: crop would be. At one time the yield
'These prisoners were captured by of the groves this year wesestimated at
the rebels and are being fod by them.
Uncle Sam has nothing to do with between 780,000 and 1,000,000 boxes,
them.' but the long continued dry weather
"The diet of the prisoners is a ration caused a great quantityV ft the fruit to
of rice and water, morning andeveniug, drop, and it is now beli-t-d that the
just sufficient to preserve life."-New r,,p will be in Ihe neighborhood of
York Journal, half million boxes. Growers expect

WAR'S EFFECT ON SOCIETY. tlic lpri'es, though, and are far frium
I t..-_--.. being disheartened.
Mor* MarrisTe.This aummeo Then Usal **ihe unisl ge glrowlug industry is
and More Amerloass hey r at Home. u,,alliig steady beadway again, It will
The effect of the war is indicated by t a dtecdet ir more, before the crop
the' sutistics of the summer social Reg- reached the lu oilr, of tle var or
sister, which shows that only half as reaches the lignituAk it tie veir or
many families have gone abroad this two ju-t before the gieat freete. A
year as last and 75 per cent more <:rop f a million boxes. though, may be
Americans have returned to their own exiie-ied %ear, now, wi h fairy good
country. The fear of occupying sea- weather conditions.
shore oottages seems not to be great, for report the sieon
there is the same ratio of increase in ',roida truckers report the seasona
the number of seashore homes as there quile proi.itable une. e-pecially when
is in inland residences, although of :he) were large growers (f tonaltoes.
course the latter Is tie larger,. as uual. rhe presence of thu army at 'ampa,
Of the 5,849 New York, Philadel- helped Io make the truck Industry ip
phia, Chicago, Boston and Baltimore u Flfortlia moren limii ordiiarly re-
falmilies who appear in The Register
1,958 are at the seashore and 2,960 are muunerative, great quantities of vegeta-
sunmerinug in the mountailu. Onlyslee o i: betui t s old there for the cor.umnp.
families have gone abroad, as compared tioam f ihe soldiers aund the large crowd
with 415 last year. while 174 have re-. vistuora."
turned, in compurilon with 100 laut
season. Fifty.-nue men and 46 women u ,t a.
have died. about the usual number, and
241 perlous have married, an increan The Best Salve in the world fell Ot,
of 8S as compared with last year, po- l3rul Ne, Seres, U eers. Balt Rhaum ,
sibly aun additional indication of war. evri Horns,. Tetier, Cilapped Hands.
r ... *illtimIlio'n, all Skin Bruluious,
The CrstolMl "Ism ni ps.,tlely u are. Pills. or no pay re
It is a carioua instance of the ronr ,ulr,. it I. llalistsr edl togive per-
of history that at the closeoa thef hA fowlt at.lsf Ion or monuy refunded
great naval battle between As Unlae d ePrieV. n11ertlo per box For @We by
States and Spain in the waters of the Pri ts per box. For sale by
new world there abould have been lft Aekertan & BStewart.
battered uand stranded upon the COubn
coast a grenas war vessel named in oor lteener yi. Tliue.
of the dislooverer whom FeUiand and Halving a stock of .Watch anm *;loek
lsabella sent out to nid that very .ladi Miaterial on hand, and wislalg t quIk
and thishugedestinedhemithera. Aid Ithe repair business, I will, wo-e at
should It prove possble, mh a O .. o' ..
Schley believes it i w so w ta Gsts. the M filOWIt m until teell us
bal Uolon and to add her to h Uitd used up: Watche* aln Oloka- *main
State navy as a retribuhtle a l|nesak 7ti lanil. 7?: a 1 Ac: and crystal
of the tnuke Maine the cnitddence 'uan watches., HtottlAnnait. Have hrad
.. t *ut. Iy s.,iri~i -PlhiiauMispbta *levea ve.ars -**.* rir-r(-', i1 wso-i

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Apcrfcct Remedy forConslip-
lion, Sour Slomach.Diarrhoea,
iess andLossor SLEEP.

7,EWNV YORK. Ctorit li put cp la one-si bottles only. It
is not sold i bl Don't allow anyo0s to sll,
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We, the undersigned registered voter iof Precinct No. (2t5) twentfldie,
Putnam County, kI'orida, respectfully eqstyour h norabl body to rantunto
D. Riniham lIcense to sell ales, wins, and spirituous liquors in said Precinct
No. (25) twenty-ive, for the year commencing October 1, Dl18, and ending Sep.
30, 189,.

DRingliam ...................... ..........
W illis Cook .. .... .............. ..................
I, i. tl lin ......... ............
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Swl ilallmir .. ..................
J Bu ky ................. ..................
Joe I iaircell ............. .. ...... ...
F Di elverm ...... ... ........ ...
Steve rivera ...... ........... .........
U II W i gg ........ ... ... ......................
L W ri lttiuu .................... ...........
J H Pullen ....................... ............. ... ..
SH ahilelds ................ ...... ..... ...........
iB8 a iro ii .....................................
Aniydobert. ................... ............
RlOlibet, I'Coleman .................. ........ ...... ..
T 0 .vin tu ...... .... ......... .... ..... .....
a Bole ................. .......... ......
T W Richardeon .......... ..............
tI W (reen ................. .............
W M frein ... ...... ...... .......
Alexae Nem..... ............... ............
Abiraa Gradv ...... ..... ......
David H l e e ...................................
Jam es iEvain i........... ..... .............. .......
S lth. ................... ........ ...
U Th/i I ..... ..................... ... .......
Liou l hler ....................... ..
Peter M l a ................... ........
H Huidson ............ ....... ............
P Steri ......................................
Prince Cook.....................................
Andrew Johnilon ..... ............... .. .... ...
Henry lux rkJff n.............
Halwumilthislx murk) Dorsey..................
H C Lusni ...................................
N W Toles...... .........................'"
Elljab M ali bl .................. ..................
0 W Fowler .................. ..... ...........
M A Fowler................... .....................
H J Hudson ............. .. ..........
D a owler... ................ ..............
Riery Cook ........ ...........................
A J .lob i .............................. ..... ...
1) Lechleitner........ ...I... .. ...............
(Gus (Iorman ....... ..... ............... ...
H ,rilttn ................................. .. ..
Chiis I-ra inm ................ ....................
MInin Anterson..................................
H uihawckr.................... ................
Frank Hu Ksn .... ...............................
Joel Tyrm ............................... ....
M :bnk h i ltes .....................................
Ja t M urph} ...................................
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8 A Ber :.................................................
A J Chever ................ ................ ...
I tainu Huds .............. .................
Nl.'k Iluidlon ............
JM Hodges -............I.........................

Slas Itioll.nsin Willis C)'uL
Ja' ioberson 1) llnghamn
W "' 101oh l>RlngIn
u) lh>litiAuii .1 tS, whi
Hi~iiam J W ithkee
Sminghtlaiiu John Jeninis
D ituhisin A A Williams
D Ilinhan A A Williaml.
itighalu A A Williams
illl iKutiani T J Beale
J i ingialli T Beale
) iJigiaimn TJ'Beale
SItiiiiiius T.I entl
J C ftrtilis TJ Beale
HI iugham J CU erklin
1 i tlIlas J Nets
4 W Loblnson TJH Ble
T1 F IeaOe Lul 1itniB
L W Patteron Ii iUnaliihn
(I W ali t iin 1> Ringha.
( W ioninsoui I) Rnitbhai
Alex Riley h iiigham
TJ lHeal,'iiti ghSAM
T J Btale D) Inabam
TJ eatle Rinogim
Lauli, tkhlei.r lD Htnqham
I1) Suuniilor 1Dtiglnom
K W I'larke D RItoglim
T Beale D Righsan
TJh ale DKtlBnPAM
.Il alite D Rlningam
T J batIe Rl-iham
kH C M wet I l iRn bam
T .1 ll"4a 1)H ingham
T .t IAis ID Rilgham
1 .1 Tnitiisp H C Lo ls
A ex. Mtno .1m J Trrman
T J meale 1ii linhum
TJ tHeaie Dliniiham
T FI lteale ) i tlaghn
J Iltehl l itnlhan
T J Iette I L itllard W CMmmingP
T Delte Hiagham
T.1 Ilkle D inghmn
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T J beaine 1) IDtngtum
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TJ!Ole Dhttisgliah
T IJ tHel DkinlUas
T J Neiale lD lnoia
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(.OU-4I uP PUThAM )
I'eronally appeared before me DUCan UltuVlinm. whit, beft, firt dlry
*worn Lt,- peak the truih, depose and says taii he I- the apiilicnit mentloed lan
shove. Hlod liorefOlog petition ; hat each andil ever isme nir iirnature thJet
was mlde in ithe presence of at leat, two credliul. witnups.-e, ied that e ibdktd
every name or mark affixed to Mid pllition or M|pl|'lcat sni was tlie act ad deed
of Ie- p. rsou purporting to *i tiAe iame, and that there was iis fraud brl ,
or lis eei,tien in procuring such sigaturen ort uHnit, and thai I all hti all t fu i
*ir ninmis were obtained after June 3d. 188., nili lio accordaiwe with tbho telto
ti ithe itAlitration lit's heretofore ma e aud ii extistence it lita Ilime and ow.
i'worn to and subseriled before me this 29th day of Jane, 18086.
C. I OWTON'; Justice of Lfeae.
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cah 9Hebtr thtiwvenI CAMP M'CALLA LI"FR ORLANDO CHOSEN. Your friends may smile
e foloetn dIs het o l o h call eoS the W State Democratic Conveotlion to be But that tired feeling
Congiselelol Distrlit of Fondiid: WA4RINES WORK ASMORE. Held August 3rd. Means danger. It
The Deatmodrto party of the second --- "C;i fraS Salte Democra.ic Con- Indicates impoverisfig,
e Iwal opetloS T6 eaes, eo hold a congressional convention at D. e AW M 5 --A He ead Aurou 3 d, 1.i And implrc blo
aId, 'lha., o Wed day, Jy h The m.neraie p,,riv f Ih.. Stat. This condition mnv
alaeagmeuwgo p,. 1891., at3 p. m., for td# purpose of -mmew.,r Oa. u n aercsC p. of Florida will hid atatlc conventin,, Lcad to scrio:, illness.
g in to sh nomaBU ADemorttcellididae for .Joeeph P. L.,Baslfacte of Company at Orlando, Fla.,on Wedietlav, Au. o b pr t
thlt o utf t Operees froma the Second Ivistlect of 0, Fius battalion of the marine corps, ust 8. 189 at 12 m., for the following It should be promptly
Seaff j.yhtSa *or'ds, and to tranuat such other at Omp allpurp Overcome by takingtten
a m intweating letter under date of June so pur Overcome by taking
M ttbiess latgO b e a may come bfys the con. o hi t other, JonL Bonftace of Soath nominate the fllowocios ,r dari
s aIdsa*Ire vealson. street. Morristown, It. J. In part the dates, to-wit:' Two Justices of the
,I n ot The chairman and seeastary of each letter is a follower Srtpreme Court, one for the full teim Which purif l
e m&ae iT.W^O5 coIeasty ol ,the Second Congresnonnal "Duas PATuMt-I received your let- of six .tars. and one to fill the unex. Enriches thi )0: a
Ia b i 4 g Dl stractof torld will send dlgato la ght ith many moe. pired term of Hou. B. S. Liddon, re i r
sthe convention upon the following basis a l 1, K 10 orhw Sid a Statie frbur.u, to itI thPner 1
ad, have somtuch iradlin* matter on hand I "iged; erretburer, l
*jFtpoi of representatloo: One delegate for scarcely know whieb way to turn. But uinexpired term; twoltailrund Cmu. To.: :"ch,
oil l Pol, each 100 vote cast for the l)mocratlc I ha.tily looked over the headlines of nilsioners. each for the teimi of foi petite,
Rnat congressional candidate at the election them all and read the apoounts of us, years, and one Itailroad Commsitloner APd V
Sa.d ao 0 in 1896, and one additional delegate for and they are tsie in every particular, for the term of two v ars, to be voted h..
tr, w the fraction in excess thereof when it e ih t. o me reen o anr g for at the next regular State eetio: -zes
Uod bottle he M,\m\M t fyght. mo you can rely on it and got the 7il
Sto tInte. An tw tla amounts tolfty or more. Thecountres news from one to sis days earlier than and to tratzact suA other busine. ., tem. l
br m s under this rule will be entitled to rep* I could posebly send it to you. I would ai may conic otoeihe couveitio t
a,r.tos Ots nwe ae"thenseumld.maa' lheentation as follows: like you to save clippings of everything '**Te different counuiec In the Stat, to ge
tkrn. s Mauso. Alachna, 18 Madison, 9 you see in any paper about the marine will send deleuales to the convioin Ciii :rCd s.
aneodgM .Dil.Texas. Baker, 1 Marion, 10 corps I am myself proud of the corps upon the following basis of represents.
Absuolutelyw thw laalld e' Cl e rad 7 .. a We did not know when we landed that epsnt
Absolutely the only hopet Canos Bradford, 7 Nassa'. 8 th rdwer hurrying re-enforce- lin: One idelegale fVr edi one hun -
tI Swift's pacific, Brevard, 5 Orange, 10 ments here, expecting that the army of l,,tfi vwloto, for the Candlolile on the Lt Aa. Ai.tVEITIRlVM1IEN .
Clay, 3 Osceola, 9 occupation would commence operations -tiie tic!,et who received Ith highest AD-ItTRATR' NOTIO.
a s e only DI N Columbia, '7 Putnam, 10 here. We builded better than we knew. mimher of votes at the general election MONTI R DAT I WILL FR.
The D ade, 4 St. John, 7 And while trainloads of paniard were of 106, aud oue additiunal vote for the 0 I y fnl a ts ad vouhe
t s the only m whh i Duval, 17 Sumpter, 4 killed by the bell from the shipwe fraction in excess thereof, when 1it ievoiamit-t tloC.ti n ,iiude ,f utumaCin-.
0i little knew that Santiago was sUpply. ty. ltlida,ant,& ask In leherged fron the
to the very bottom of the blood and Hamilton Suwnnee, 7 ng them. You red of Lietenant Mc- amoun to fifty or more." te ainitati i
8. f. S 8.Is arnteed purely vegetable, Lake, h Volusia, 8 Gill's capture of the heliograph. Well, Tlihl countles under this rule will 1e einlurlt r,
and contains no potash, mercury, or The chairman and secretary of each they twice signaled for re-enforoements entitled to iepresentlatin as foll'wsp: fel in, 'c 9u-i. Coii te4staimelnto annexno.
Books on aer will be mailed re county convention will send to E. S. with that, and they came, but the pres- Ah.chau. 11; lradol, 6t; iiker, -2;
Book on Osoer will be mailed free rnce of our waedhip. no doubt eIved thr ,H r u, n1; in-r, AI[\ISTRATORS NOTICE.
to any address by the 8wift Speeiflc Crill, chairman, Palatka, a written or nday.e olrevaril, .5oo; etalhoui, 1; (t'Ou.. 2:
Co.. Atanta, Ga. printed copy of names pfsuch delegates "Two of our nten have become do. Clay. 4; 'oltimnilh, l; Daile, 4; De S,-io Snx MloniXSAFTEnR ATE I WILLitEgRNT
as are elected to the congressional con- ranged, one from fright and worry; the i; Iluvatl. 22: Ecarilnhia, 11; Fraiiklin. t'ratix i," tlt.,, i.v ,k,t du..-'ad to
v A entlon. other from overheating. Every day we 2, G(adls.en. 4: Iamillton. 4: IIT .i.n.l. i I ecoi tfIi,3 letf- for itniam 'tity. Florida,
E, S. CRILL, Chairemn. are compelled to out brush and blrn it 2; Hill-'.o., 20; -Holme., :3; .l,,st.n : aitf iS i,.tale. turer ad-
Pi for our own protection, and that is very MARY3 JOEPHINE SPECK
W. P. ANPEiiON, ec. pro term. hot work. I suppose you must have been .Jfferson. 14: Latnvoette. 3; LAke. 7: la A- im dmintiLratrix.
Youn LokPale !. very anxiously awaiting word. In fact, Lee. 1; Leon, 14; Levy. 4: Liberlv. 1; NOTIC FOR PUBLICATION.
A Wondairal Dtseovery. I have no idea of how you felt. You .*uintee, 7: Madison, 7: Maron. i' -
Eeel Tired? The last quarter of a century records see, I felt secure, or at least protected Mnirruo,. 4; NnaiutU. 4; Onratig, 10; L.A'DaForFyFIATiAixNi.viLL,,riLA.,L
many wondcrul discoveries iu medicine, by the unseen han, and so had no fear. (Ocenin, 2; Puasco, 4; Polk. ; Putnam S X, (IT F 18 i itHEnEitY GI',1 i.AT 'rH.
Got Spring Fever? but none that have accomplished more for To may the lesut, it is an indescribable .0-" fllofwlng iansed setier has flead ,',tte o
humanity tBln that sterling old hold sensation-that of being under fire. St. Johns, 7; Satia Rosa, 5: Su'uter, 4 her inteitii, to wmake final ,arf in Support
YOu B ood remedy, Browns' Iron, Bitter. It seems toyor he or SuIrneenS: Tavior, 2h, Volu S. hi ,p t a wl ad
ontaln the very elements of d health, first, you don't show your head, or auwaa'aee, S: Trte1r, .2: "'ohlta, ri Iflrearki. ,'u t i'at. aai d Fia.. on
Needs a Tonic and neither man, woman or chihl can take rather you dodge bullets, a wholly use- lVakulla, 5; Walt'on, 4; :Waishlngton,, .1 ILY :i. as,
It without dberIing the ?etet beneflt, loe operation; then you don't care, and The couniues will seelect their dele. viz: Lui. tr,>oks, widow of' it, Hrtj. ir.lnkt,
Take a bottle of Browns' Iro lHitters is sold by alldealers. finally stand up and hammer away. I ates In any mainer which mayI ,)', ,u, 1).f iWi'I. i"An14a, Nd nwi.lp iff t e
Quaker Remedy Co's Are You Joing to the Conat? think you had best eagerly scan the pa- deemed by te people, actg rnae t.
pets for engagements, and I will followw t h by i eOPle aieste fff-winwit et elti prove her
....R ON PILLS.... Those of our readers who are expect, p with particulars as soon as possible, through the parly or'.,ouizatioa, as rec. n' tidits,, rdee ut., a. i ,t'.ta lo.i,,e
ing to spend a portion of the heated although some of the best war corre. ogni7ed livl th l l Stat convention,. 'el ar letsi i1thI, 8r.. orfar riinii, i..,. ion Ita.i.'
yste and makes ruddy cheeks and term at the seaside will do well to in. spondents in the world are right here All De-iocrats are invited to partial. ,'i;aP. w. a, Ite r.
rich, red blood. yestigate the advantages to be found at with us. The correspondent of the Lou- pate in the sBlectlon of delegates there. Ju iid
Coronado Beach,opposite Newn ayr'e don papers says he has seen any a t ncding hoe who have bconCE F P AT
fight. in every clime, but tb, utt to, ine,.dirig ihot+ who hFOve bieu,' 'or(CE FoI PUBLICtATION.
100 Pills, 100 Doses, At Coronado the nt bw illhelg In abandon and perfect calm with which qualifiedl to vote iuce the last elec iolo
FRICE FIFTY CENTS. the country will be found, bathing eI our regulars met the enemy at Santiago The chairiiimi l tcr fiitii of each LAM' iin i r 1-1 AIV.A T .Lt F,.. ,
unexcelled, and no prettier beach can was somethingentirely new to him. He county contention held for the purpi,, oricCE IB IIERlEIV a.\
Costs little to give them a trial-why be found on the Atlantic coast. Ifyou says our skirmish line thereaisfive miles of etectiingdlegat, tai theo ihS at,- c .N- i ae f ti a I nifrt f
not. All wishing to test. its won-
derful merits, must call on anticipate going away from home long comped of 15,000 men. hips viti) wae rv, e-, I, ti,, nll ,, 1. f. f;,rt th If,,it ,I,,.f, ,.i, .J ai I- 11 t ii. i
dung the summer, we would advise teen here and Sntago, antd we get A, Raow!s, chairnt,,l, T lahs ,e, % Iuo 1: I :,- I,.
M ANtween here and Santiago, and we get .) b.1 ii... i ...>ri.-... 11,1.....
yu to write to W.H. Newell, proprietor those daily bulletins printed on the Now rita., a r.t*n orl'r1," 1-- 1 f1 C, ', e It1,,,. -, t I ,-r f,,
LullnlI U I I[ l I of the Seaside Hotel, Coronado Berch, York which keep us well informed. )rcdis ( ll V ,nveonosf ,i ,-.- ivi,' inc I u il I," ,! ifhf,|f of
WAOLESALE AND RETAIL for full particulars. Postofflce address, "The Spanish prisoners are working together with a 1-is- of the n i inot (if the ba1id 'ind.vis:
r,. 111,> PIlaI lMi Will PapUr, New Smyrna, Fia. jn8tf in oolliars, and seem to enjoy their coaulItv executiveo,,,iiatt.,. l,, itd, iIt, N. i.i
_8_i, P1108 old Will 111_____ work. The magnanimity of thebo Aineri- ( ]I. N IMCcrairy,
The readers of this Mnpet will be loans astpaes them after what they have h twiuatiuai thirboll li- uh:,iit, i itfl C.A. IRrow I. mON..
SA plesed to learn that there is at less heard, and they beg to be allowed to s cretary of such committee, ly Lt RegiNtSer.
D U U i EIwork for their food, and so they do W. A. I, wi.,( IIa,,I,,,, f
one dreaded disease that oeuoneehos night and day. I think myself that J C., SPCIA RryA.
I been able to cure in all its stages, and many a poor, deluded man is here ECAL AST 'S AE.
that Is Catarrh. Hall's Caarrb Cuea is against his wilL They told our men BUY FLAGC, at nil it in ," tIi rI V 'a" r.AN.l .I.a lrIro v il'l. theA r'nwu
W ines, Liquors I the only ix tve cure Known to the through n interpreter thatwhedr- decor purpel,,. ,, f,rPi by
medical fraternity. Catarrh being the ed they were tol they would have Tim S. E. o, (7. l on %.: Judge ,ft sAeIl 'ourt
plenty tosat here, nothing to do, and e- I ( ll 1 9a i 11 d,% i, lill, A. t).f lo. wherela
constitutional disese,reoutrea loustl. when'they came home they would get NO CURE-NO PAY Ile s enit I willn "natit plfil alicti.
And Cigars* tutional treatment. Hall's C.tarrh Cure their pay and a fine farm. I for c.,on, Lthe i. iaiteet iand met l-iditer, as
is taken laternallv. acting directly up. "There was no need of money here, That t s the way asl druggists a' it firrnt floor, the Co rt Iionae i'atatka, l
Very Old Wines on the blood and mucous surfaces o they said, as they could get all they GROVE'B TABTELEIB CHILL MUfND vl IN AU STI A.D IM,
A Specialty, the system, thereby destroying the wanted without paying for it-- very rONiOj for Chills and Malaria. It is th.e Gas bllu the lt day of a m am,
on Ion, fte d bad thing for them, as their officers ,imply Iron and Qhinlne in a tasteless during the ilet.A hours if sate oeu that day, atl
foundation, o the dIsease, and giving drew all clothing, rations, money and form, Ohildren love it. Adults pr- ,r p
S Special attentio given to the.filling of the patient strength by building up the pay. You can easily see what chances f-r 'it to bitter Laustating toics The two wooden Ibldings on bflok ifty-three
Jugs and Kegs. constitution and.aaistatng nature In do. there ar for the poor privates Price. So juu 8 ly rono.nd entone hoaue. also the plant and ms-
We also handle the very Ing Its work. The proprietors have so "The Cubans get supplies of fruit, chiterr therein cuutaios I, consisting of one
best of Cae Goods much confidence in its cuiative powers, oranges, melons and bananas from the Snap Shots with a Graihophone horse power holer made l oy .Johnn. ars nd -.
that they offer One Hundred DoUlr opsadte hore in small quantities, and, The ep o oneh, ndame-spiltter, saw and
Shy ce ta i fune D ol r am, nhow good many thing would taste The graphophone is to e ear what adlessi hani adfld
IDAHO SALOOh, foray that faileto c 8nd "The s on ma bon te o camera to e e i pr-
situaion the ,)hoo phic camera is to the eye, oaa property otanioUtmg tit a retail wood yard.
15 Lemon Bbreet, Palatka, Pla. list of testimonials. duly emphasized. We are able to keep and more, for the graphophone catches Also one roan horas and doreuoe wai", u ed
Address, F. 1. Cr.xNy A Co., Tole. the greasers at bay, if not to carry on instantly and preserves every tint and |yi-4w e. J. HIu.s1UN. speolal Haster.
do, 0. r"Sold by all Uruggeisl, 75c the offensive, and each day sees no bet. shade of sound. A most Interesting
ter prepared. Our chooka-chook gun, or use of a graphyhone is to make records
ablass ea eeWing machine, as we call it, firing
t the same bullets a our rifles and bout of your friends voices to be preserved ROLLINS COLLEGE
tTuft 6 P300 a minute and sounding exactly like for future use. You can catch e story TAND FOR
ado M a @ a sewing machine. and our ships and of you jolly friend just as he told It, or
AAsp fea-r 0S ftMr ;A field pieces more than give the dagoes the favorite song of some loved one just THOROUGH EDUCATION.
C U A the needles, although if they hadmodern as she sang it, and have It reproduced PRACTICAL EDUCATION.
artillery and eyfolent ooeors and artil- perfectly at any time, and as often as AODERN EDUCATION.
A R1make us break 1 amp. We have put up you please. Besides, the graphophone DEPARTMENTS:
B O es Kvean at- for each company'asue late. aftfords wonderful entertainment iu the ColleflatsCp oCM eial,
a-d lig -gt ,. Arrest ly, bat so many of us are needed for way of re-producing the muaic of bands, Masic Art. N .
s ,. ,.- disease by the timely use of outsets, picket 4uty, atinel, parlt, orchestras, or vocal or lustrumental ry ehla .i laid upon the a
.R Tutt's. Liver Pills, an old and .. hsethem so loIsts. No investment will return so t ia e s or en reet
___ faVori eeyo b n -"I think I rather msliged the COn. much In pleasure as the purchase of a tuoe s n ta h u t eella h
.. ,, favorite remedy of inceaing wbas at ry West. T he man gene- praphophone. It is the perfect talkntDR 5 utl Lxtlon, Elthal Prote
The mee oeareful a mu is i bTting, popual'.ty Always CUre oew, brve people, sad 'Yiv los Amerl- machine. Write for aestalogue No. s, 'se Mossarnmo a tot :m
the more keptihal elhm in eleotinghla SICK HEADACHE, noe'ha B teaViOnbl' totheColuomba PhonographCompany, ri .ab, ta.
we e it. ewie a lustily. There i5mo5l0l0]Baltimore t.,BalUmore, i. arot mseiwalouaexsraehangs.
paats, the better we lhke it. He will Sourtomach malaria, indiges- talk hebe of getting publfo lands from 93smu tU S, PM.
.then more fully appreclate the BUCK. tion, tord liver, conAtilation p t aOs fo ar I A
SKIl BRECHES. e'll see at a and all ious diseases. aSolni l CRathiAngiedone. I. C ASeT IIA l wn sas..
glace ow carefully they are mad fortune li down here in ee
Wben he puts hi hanGs in the p t TTs ,fSer P 5 sna an ee c.mpa hsio
he'll Dud a pnoted gu te which _es at S1ago1 ad if they believe ,- iw & u b .
lbaeb. They oauldn'trem SSve .r _aF v vtiable hs SoyIoueein -lit DjrnBfEN OUQATIN?
illuem In -****alq may be of AUwW7UJII.J!a U !

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CNAS. 8, KENDALL. EdItir aid Propr star.

SUWCRITION RATU -one Year, gin. eSix
monts, o Cws.T'hree Men't-j, 25Cents.

All Issvertinf-io f(jits ?'0coen due pro reat
8"er otb. Speial II Ill I sbort time P..Ctbte
4.11 ..niti~-ot.lue,,,td w ni~e tby express.
IM 'nev nrdler or rowlsis~red etter.


For State Sena'or,
For the LegslWttlire,
For countyy Treessurw,
For Tax Colleotor,
For Tax As, sor,
For Members Conuly School Bard,
District 1-E. W. J. PARRIsl
District 2-(E). E WELCH.,
)Ditrict 3-H. J. FOWLER.
For county Surveyor,
P. 1). WAT'KINS.


While 'tis tr llthat there are several
defeated candidates, a. a result of last
Thursday's primal iti-, and iimany Demo-
cratic voters sto,.i l their friends aiidt
saw them no down int defeat, let the
ticket uorniinated, wiech appears at our
luasthieal to-day, is anu easy one to sup-
port. A cleaner ticket could hardly be
made up. All wbo-e names appear are
loyal Demnocrats and honest and uprlghli
gentlellintn .is well,and no mani i cln ol Li
truth 5niy: "I will nilt vote for thatmanu
because I 1 o inoi respect hini,' or "be-
cause Ile is not lhonIest," or "he is un-
deserving," etc., etc.
No doubt there tire men whose naut s
oipplItar on the ticket who have Ceilelliel
m political, bu.i.t:-s,

exception, those papers which have
spoken of the congressional situation,
have predicted Judge Davis' nomination
by acclamation.
It is stated, upon what we deem ver.
good authority, that the Republicans
will put up Judge Long, who they con-
sider theirstrongest man, against Judge
Davit. O)f this we are heartily glad.
We had rather seeo fudge Davis knock
Judge Lonz out than any mac we know
of. He didl Mr. Striplipg an nicely two
years ago, and while JudgeC iong is a
stronger man than Mr. Striplln., he
will be left farl her behind than was the
later gentleman.
The convention is called to meet at
DeLand on next Wednesdav, the 20th,
and while we all feel sure of Judge
Dvis' ie-niomination, yet we trust that
his friends will be on the aleit aud pre-
pared to down any opposition that may

A pensioti expect atiiiUnces that ino
new legislation will be ntecessarv for the
beuethll of the sick and wounded of the
war with Spain. The peisioin tllice i.

already at work upon cases growing out
of the strti.,.;te now going oti. The lo-s
of both llhands fields a pension of t 72
at month; of bolh feet, .72 a iiionth; of
one hand and one foot, ( a aoiiionth;
one amputation above elbow or knee,
'z3i a month; loss of one eye, .17 a
month; one hand or one foot, .30' a
month; total dviafness, tlt a month.
This is not a full list, but it gives an
idea of the vai'le placed upon the frac-
tional parts of our soldiers.

It is a si iiili(tant fact thal those calln-
didat'es whose cards did not appear in
TillE Tisits-II:IIALI we'e,every cue of
them, defeated at the primaries last
week. We might have prophlsied this
itsult two wvek' iugo, hat perhaps
they'll know better next time. It I an
uIIwse policy to go iroundl the leililiu.

la due not only to the originality and
simplicity of the combination, but also
to the care nnd skill with which it is
manufactured by scientific proeawses
known to their CAI.ionItA Flo SyRuP
Co only,nud we t'ii.h to Impress upon
iti the impoialnce of purchasing the
truto .and original remedy. As tlhe
genuine Syrutp of Fig.i is m.nufactured
by the CALIFORNIA 0e SrmUP Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist one in avoiding the worthless
imitatioina manufactured bother par-
ties. The high standing, of the CAi.-
FOIt.NA FIG SYHLt' Co. with the meIdi-
cal profession, and the satisfaction
which tioe genuine Syrup of Figs has
riven to millions of families, makes
fhe lnain of the Company a guaranty
of the excel erie ot its remedy. It is
far in ailvunce of all other laxatives,
as it n't' on the tiidneys, liver and
owel v without irritatiting or weaken-
in ttheo, iinid it does not gripe nor
inuii cate, In order t lget its beneficial
tlhe Cotlipany --
SAN rUANttlmIl. ('Ca
LImI'IVILI.E. Ky.i Na W YOve N. Y.

It cost the United States a quarter of
a million dollars to sink lthe old hull of
a tug called the Merrimac in the chan-
nel of Saitiaito haibisr. Andil she didn't
puing up the harbor either.

'Eight men tire in jail in Charleston,
S. C charged with the killing of the
Negro postmaster at lake City, in that
state, last February, awaitiug trial in
the United S ates court.

The Times is a bright and newsy new
paper,published at Green Cove Springs.

i uta nili ,i l ]t li te, t It li is hot 'ni" [ltiltY -,r when you wlaI ti o advl'r-, with air. Frank II. h inford its editor,
.slcLu arnid w ll ,.lIvh o< I l e fI% I ,,,le -), nts l butL we I-presume the who sliud'i on the ( lhiaio platform .
c a' h d l |v, lf.;llh d -fa ,Iallhllates wllho) dihl it have I
"l I ,lyi cil ,. e h:u l lll to tlhcir o'f w. Tue 'y',lis li la hhsl riieport that tlhe
tA v. t it is' u1t. .;ll'. 111 ,i 1 h1 ii ____ ,,'iSecretalrv of Wair liis i-stini an order
]r'i;ll;.. iL l kV t ll iii i tli; ll i ,. h c I ii l f lhc 'i l ,s dir c iu l that ('ol. \V. ,. I'tili's rI-ii-i
lth li-t elera, 1,1,i v*. ivt h|,'..n i ,h, ^;a,,,i aff ,,l to hi4i ,e o,, r w!t; l i l m oi t f N eifli,.] ililnif n i j ,in (;en.
o itn i. LL Ii'u *o !tl ,! l i il !th ti L, 0 i,, li lh t f i.. t t; i th,,el WIee's ilivi-ion in i(i li vi i f, l
I*I 1'" ''1 1111 to -" il 1l l l' I oil i~l. 5. f'Ihi t otiII- i roll, t- g it erl l l ie uhit S
Io I: .\ v. ,i d, it l. .. il l, A ti k il, )i ,, |, ii |,t Il iI, sl .,l. d The t ike l m ina .d l, i Thl rsdiye
]W b- 1, ,i- il S ii lI l- h'" a> i ,i othr thIugs l i M teach the is a whiin ing lickel,,id wi)i ,, 1I ihc full
lick It n, l,,, i, ill, t c I t( k, t. .IfI- ;the o ,,,I k,2 ,f C i i c lld tc- lh y. IDItllocrfilli' c o h il t Ihl' eel c'iion inll ')e
da'v -! .-VLr) ,., lr i t,,, ..,.:f,, Tih o'd ovtI m in1 hri ;,hinil tW e tober.
tll to ,, :ind to ." to th Pl,,. I,, olt, The \i t o lLrop ie get er- I i jl possible hl S nillmpsons'S
e en .iii o'et the .strai t L. a, ltL ,ti i lutlA u v ,itW ih|' at i lpre.eice ai t ithe .t.lruti' ii of C verela's
l t I I e I l ,, t ( hlli itariin purpo( Ile t w delv l in rall ii
(lull 1 ii t' '! 11 n li, vi \ 01'- t a
'(n-;. ,,i. A .) i. .. I I hA ,l r l:i hll mlkIII i '.


... Headquarters For...


(-ents' Fui-nishings,

And Tailoring.


Her' tPlace.j

The c', t niitieintlidt ai I1,O cull principle are entirely f'orliln. They have
not the billvh-,L rchillii. The forlnier has begin (11 iloitil :the world over for ac-
curacy and >at i- oi llioeraiiltin, hlem'ais tio re isc, niriwe register, with no friction
Dear treuicr, think it IIlniti.' Iid you evI'r -e' i wativh, clock. or nny ma
chine which rviiltired l oluw rml,,,,j ciintiiil tt l 1iiO th I in principle?

THE NEW Ill)E is l uih to i liv '.riv.ii t1 I iti cinstrieled on the
cog principle, nssuriitg no t nii :lv liuracy, bit i ir [ 'i, \ .11il, iabt-e of operation
It s well,
The price ranges from I-lt to ,,.', aiccordenii to the lIv l anl III ith, but the
hearings are all the siime. No I/p,..1 machine ie;li le -ol I Ifor le-.. Lt us sel
,you one. If youth haven't >ot the luitnlacy your crelitt l .! i l.
For particu'irs, call aild see I.,


r '( .la.iitiues at th1 '1t r tcltil lhrun Store.

Lost Two Fingers. Superintendent !ordI Resigns.
11. C(. Ai ison, an l ii, lo I Tlii i- 11. A, ,1'''I iil r'iiil iiii o f the
iili'n h iiii;ng!' M ills, had ll 3ilsf, 1 Wlr i li, li' vl i-il ,- -,1 0 :i' ;i n .ih. Florida,
to etl caught I11 ia shih,'l) Swiv Tua'l'>-,daty W'-I',i 'i ,' n ,I h iledquarters.
m oonlist auill lo 1t two linl t, tltl)i I- :ll iilildll.1- ;ite .;t i -d hii- r -ignattion.
'iZ1i hanl, the h aw taki. iltni all 11 ,' le ,' h l hv t' .. .I O J Purdon,
ithe f ',i(t'O i)ln "f [1 i 'f 1 r .

Low Rates to DeLand.
S The ritilhoadb hive made n -)nii;i
r.ile to le].andl o aelUl ilnt ofl the liI ol.
gl' siounal Convention, lhi'rh init'lo i
lliat :" e net oe tWeduli lav. ''TheLI r,],
flirted is oue aid oie-fourllih a'.re f 'u ,
round irip, tickel sol i ile iu h i'hir l h.
limiiled t 1 i e 2 .
Ouly .$7.75 to Atlanta and R.turn.

t their .ll n>i i t r n ,I t l. I lt Couniy. ILtI Ii ny, i .M 11 11.' MC- 1 Li liit.rei llti a ll r .
t ,'.e ti rlli: d tolw ,,' h.t l< fho ilerent ;.u July 1 ih, lit;, an iet i i. t il ,
fu.' v ,. p l, d. : ; t l'iril.:l i ('i eay, editor .f t ihe li ,iiusvlc liun, plrc ii i i't ]a -t Thursda iy'l ithimaries. to July !lit, the G. .. A F. i ,.
C ulllli i 'l ll lli l i l s. ''r d h li lli ll iL l tlal e l ite ronl h :ll tickets ifrol a I' .'
ani l ~ 1- hil ., thi it \wi 1, ; .1 t j.o vtr il toi', haiviln deft ilolil lii l 0| ,oi ie l o ,w-1 ) l l!, t -" enld ilve' lo Sii n i I]a |b ae oplll V ttrilir i it i .l i u1j. ;
o li I.,,' ,i, i!hov> < -I, Vl ii lt'i1t y rt C. LI. l.'ilI le h 11, ihr.r- itj >riir h: llvg hl t L wi;i 1. ll aA ttI w tit ch or r7.7')
U .t h i i \ u. i .n il ct A;t Ivt A'otni.y I, il, It> w i- b,1 ih. l e.i t Death at Silver Lake,
their I t ; i 'ni ;acn t, L the hl ll M r .e(;rom thlat, ri 'l'l s l.. i t e e'u \1l 1 i.. l i e hthS. tiE.t lh Co :
H 'I 1 \ 1, no it tif w e Wl l. ', l, i '. A l.l) i:l 'lls to ll rl' i i'. i.: I O l !,ialt.I, I ii a cohl d lai \ tI I l,!A p ho n so r t. H Wg g ,h ich o( c uri I
h t i t, 1 1- X ll iii s I o l e :i .iu rr l tir n k. li l .i, lve rl( !. 'w i i l r 1itl ,;i--
i1i vnhc h eera I"e"pitt id m" wil u d11t1t. 1i NIV s iWaurC:aimul il 1y
OL.: ".I.XT .(uV(iRESSMAN. w,': to wr,thL er McCr l'. I t lit !h Verm onti ,l i7 n lil i ho thW. in t te si. r. wit' hi ,'11lllt P

A 1 t wi in h each of her o ,.. For Rent.
1de ch go i r.. .. n erhiin i hdurie l, hisbol .u. bin Wr o i W ar, kel a t'n o l ;wilh he rat oin; eoAuveniatild ie, o.
(dr lv- In 1Co I n e *t i veIn ii Vetin an w)il l uie'i ihe in i a ifw ,Ll io t, aib,, iii, le s. f \V'i e Criet gl) lo I ll te u l.
Wthoi opo sed to,-*, e h is' -i .. n l ,ni l,. alie i -I inIInatied ay, n d' ,-i a -,e n t, ae o lipo lit Ih uso lice, jls f a
o y roh -are mori.% VIll e Ithan lea ed ill probabv y be the last batleooheigra sIh, wHo t. R ober Wi Davl s ,andii 1b -A wwtnsll.g U:,.
)(lli. 'it" l l \i ,vill e ii t t li lk i 11 ii,,, it., 1ClitlV 1* 1h 1, lii.i1tllIi *'r > V rt l l 1t v |. I|II K > i i I Be Patriotic.
lac r i th w I ;l i h ,,'w a >i t h l I le 1111 1 :,li. ni ",'e have just received ita colU.illte
i lastructed folr Dcvis. .line patriotic Neckwear for S
oth, i n b ou 's ., 'i y Aie il o t I, I At tI l le io l i-' ll img held 1t De.- l a t th ti e
thioughl (,a, l fact, Jutdge Davi r l es v.citor is. Lali' lasts iLlitday, Ihe luiuwllig pi- andotlenea TH'E S. E. BONID Co.
given such general 8atisfafLoou, and rCongresonrsu Daivis a) the war will aiubll ued testIululou was unauulanimously rtte
gh il adopted: a Wanted, Iartnern with a little capi
made south a good record, durng hi be over luside of thirty days. He can ok wth in tl to taol kenalW test in good, ieer vic
irst termi s in Congress, that even those thinks Spain will tuedfor peace in a few upon the able services of our esteemed IsMaIS-HIRALL.e
who were opposed to his nomination days, and that ike Santiagoengagement and honored Representative in Con- For Fine UOgahdime Dimities, and
two years ago are more than pleased will probably be the last battle. The gres, Hon. Robert W. Davis, and, be- Lawns at New York prices, go to
With him, and are enthusiastic in their pendulum is certainly swinging toward Leving that his ardent zeal to party THE .iS. E. Boxld CO,
applause of his good work. pea ce. principles should be rewarded; be It Dr. and 3Mri, L. D. EAton return
THE TIMES-FlERALD has up to the -----'. "Resolved, That we, the Democrat Wednesday afternoon tron a visit op
present Lirneh had W little to say of the The latest advertising novelty read: of DeLgandl precinct, do hereby ntrut several week tol Miamni anl other east
coming conniasional convention, and I want to honorable means to secure hi. re-nomi. coat points, aud'eport a p1easa1 trp.
Whowou d io..ilwsoInee; but'vhavi>e C-U-B-A nation. 8 8. Tyner, one o Putnam Hall'$
o min I best citiz n on. was in Palatka yesterday,
aoted wiJh iai:r "lie a1c ih, h a ,n-I o mn. leutenant Albert Wrghtanid Private aseiedirw th,* .convent-oi. ,nd camelsin
statepre.lis h he. .,,d nit- r.i-i, t rhi schetue would have the desiired EUiGie Gay Weil down the elm .loti to v ;II to TII Ti..
JI.,a d w e I ,, ll t1, .i i f. p 1 ut in l 11Q Ti ;ES II..,Lo. Moua n Iy O lu lecruoilug*'xpell.t'oo. g I-A.LD,
l i I 0

Mr. FI, i,). i n, i Pialatka,
' h l. lV l I'l li'llutr i tl i i 1 1 i i. l
At Your owvtn IPrice.
S i.l.tlv'-l : I r.! p Slippers
i i l e i.,: il t a pair at

'1[';; 4 l)N ji CO


.Anil Fancy Goods.
S ',* n ,.,.. anil id ,llversi-
Spt ,, it flhining to
11I ,, i .. h ..
I\ ii N i,,,lh.', Tiimmer i)
*;) i r t' )i'liln r l I .,,, rtlllir ilt.
A i i I, i' -- N ill tPI-iitinent of
1 .T,.M I INEN *'.l) al.and EM-
~l r l,.. l l-:l.>11 t -1 I -l ;
t ,'l. y ir ir i' d ih,' ii, iev for the
I' ,I I .A I''".1NS. I am now
,1 .' h rl for this cele

I' ,' \v ito 1. i lor Pashion
.TE \)' L. LUCAS.


-Maeutfacturir, ot-
Wagons, Buggles,
Vehicles of all Kinds
Ilikshlth Work. Hours Shoilg
Kiilernentceil workmen, is i "l1a,.'. stlsfaUo
On gulranteed.
'lecoud street, onpPosit ('ourt Houls.

Bu ithe B.Tl 0 likld Y Ha AwMau lt
DOMf* PI w 12 UniS s ko









Safety Comfort! Quick limeie Low Rates.
Finest Cusel eand Service No Transft Btween Jalkeonmll and New Tor
The 'feet is ooMlposed of the following Uan'ome ow Bteel teamiers:
Steaiunre a. are ippolinttil to ail according to the rule.
Fr AiS] tA(' IlNVILt.i.. FLA.,(calllig at 'Charle-ton Siiindylv,Tueipias air' Tnhurdayn.
Froi CHARf.I'lSTlN, s. r... 3.M la.,i .ildnesdaiys tin Fridays.
orb t tir ot nailling, see Clyde Line" 'hediule.. r .,Iiwkol, villle and C(liharl toni] idai ly papers.
\ |sOfTIIJ-uBOr'lfp.
ari,'in*oro r e a 1roaT inted ti all frotini 'ier 21, la t l;l, r. New York. ir. I;t : I fil
F ,.r< llAuI l.ll'H li" IX M.
  • .W iIl'-ti iIl n 'i v l i
    'Kiwlr ir -'Hl. NVII.I.K.FI.LA .(enlliK a <'llirire ort|) .vomiiiiilm W<'hlii-i nli iI liioiniin

    ( lyde Now Ei'hgloiid and !Soulhirni ihines--IFr lt i hilly
    ''allli it (h liarle Stol, C, ( lhl w lyi)
    f'FA\IFR t A.'i'OlITLi) '< I.AIL AS Fr.LI,0I1 :
    'u ran t C"lit~of i gani Stlret, , f' romi l \wtW' 0n.,. It itiii,
    I I tA. YRA, l, IIA "
    (TIE liARY LINE.)
    For Jacksonville, Palatka, Sanford. Enterprise
    And Intermediate Points on the St. I .hns

    Steamer HARRY G. DAY,
    I A'IT. W .. -IlAW.
    -I t..1 to ;il to I-. ll I '
    [ Jamiiv J cl nvil; le" .. ......... ..... .I' I in. il s ;rdil ay ai t :0( 111.
    I .a ; .ta; l if i q l .l rl i lll .. .. ., l-ll it y, a n d l I hli srl :i i m 1 l : it.ll i t,
    llii. ill PtPssrI rrpr *aml I Ihket 'flil'lf 21114 V'. li y ltre- 1t, Jaki Mlnrillei, I I1.
    S }1 W A RK I'l! IN 1`. I:1. I'I A 1 1F M iI .\ .j!N<,Kl l. ,lit.. i in I a'.. ii .
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    S'l li+ < .. .'i. t, 'T'. ':, "; l'i lin;: rn'iell, NX %w Y'i k.

    WM. P. CLYDE & CO. Gen. Agts.
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    SSteamer Crescent.
    *-.-'onv 31 ~*.i0 n. n., Sundays, Pues ays and Fridays.
    F'.':I Crt-ceLnt ( iyV itt 7:',U it. In., !iilp., Wednesdays anid Paturdu
    R. J. ADAMB, Agent.
    t W'hart foot of Lemon Street.

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    F* fl itooansWfia S more"I. JalaoMi yle., or a .tri..m
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    HOLL18TER. .

    HoLLIsxTu, July 13.
    Charlie Whitehead has returned from
    a visit to Lovel.
    8. A. Osteen has accepted a position
    with Rolden & Gree., the Palatka
    The rainy season has apparently set
    In, and the farmers are happy.
    Sweet potato draws are about all lo,
    and attention is now turned to harvest.
    ing summer crops.
    Henry Hester went to Palatka last
    week and enlisted to join the Gem City
    Guards, now at Tampa. He makes the
    'flfth volunteer from this place.
    Sam Usteen is making improvements
    to his residence.
    The Baplltis will hold a union meet-
    ing here ou the last Sunday in this

    List of Uncalled For Letters.
    RemainiLg i.: the Postoffice at Pa-
    latka, Fla., for the wtek ending ,Juiy
    12, 1898:
    GEN'T'8 LIST,

    'Ileiber, Gi sou
    C awk, ChliS

    Euberte, Waimce

    (I;aVle, Toed
    i t-ilon, (Chlarhly
    Harper, Jaines
    Hartley, Wm
    Iminlh. !h.iy.ald
    IHeard, Jeff

    |it r i'., W ill
    Ilic.s, JoI tlltihii n
    Jihnsirp, Eldwiu
    .Ioeum. Mi.eliell
    *fhilliuon, Malilh
    Kin., Albert
    IIV Il. .'ltlon', ,. .1
    Lamb, P S
    Millddltorn. N(;
    Rol4erts, Casey
    hllll| ..1 ,

    Ai ma. Eaver Johnli n. E!ria
    t C-, t' ai i lti; ,. l. 'l lier
    ii. \;', ivIia I,.ii Y.x, hi l;ie
    C'it i, l ,' IIiliii "till -. M L: i Uiil F

    EiaiIs, Julia A liIims, Millie
    Persoiin catllinl fiti iiir t iiliov lItit,
    will Iplease sav "ADVRTIMlD."
    D. M. Kiwil'n. 1'. M.
    Florida's Rainy Season.
    Written, for Tili m 'rii,:-Illit)It ly N. I. T.
    T ile I-, y !lito hii l- i i, ii- n tr in t,
    Witll fog and iti't at 1 ill ftI1ii linllh
    i t'Sl f lieliftle(N with a w rilo y lli aih'.
    .\li'l \I i;i; litI roairiii, 11hi in Pi t-v I id.,
    WN I-n,., i lw I I tttn1 .1, A c e" ir i i t!,
    A::i I i;w i thl- s, is hh 11i ,'l.ttr.
    \VlI-n he Is p.lariing itif t i s,
    Thinkling nothing like rain to tear,
    A rhi'kliiiln rl. I | |Ipjlwwa o hig .
    It gro it A il ld ir-Ill l lr4til tl T he -II,
    W l 1 i th il"ln Hliild frii li Ai \ .
    Ani plh., ty rih| f,)r ,i ,itw.
    Y n edirhi" It fell To-lday it c'ianes in torreatm ilot I,
    To-iiinrrow may not bly vri>i p11a
    N, xt t!ay i(t pilirs ti ))i tlil' gtLroi iii.

    Anil you lilmy ,l '-c f r I'r.r ll i,,l r 1 .
    U'nii Itie rriir y lny Is O ,st,
    It 1 t ihen wit, .-'i nin .-in it-
    I' t liiy thitm hwi g it i' e

    Notice to Tax Payers.
    The city tax books for ls'i7 taxes will
    be closed July 31st, proxiumo, after
    -1--hA..d.. .ft_.i .- -.-

    w 1,.ir oft he t' ty clurtitl
    T'.13. ANIEI.xmm N,
    CitV Tax (IICollctor.

    Vt, i v Itl' avc

    4-1-1 W.1 1,110 P P aJ1 ImIl, i

    A. 1 3." t t( I II k'.. '

    FRANCIS lM M I. ki~
    Ptaki. Fla Vtlo2, 1898~.- l~v

    A BlCV;Lh -. .;CILfE'.T,

    About Dead Fish.
    Jacksonville Metropoliis.
    The dead fish appennng in McCoy's
    creek, In this city, this week, has cauiet
    some our citl.ens to brush up their
    memories as to a like occurrence. (apt.
    W.G.Hawkins, said this morning,while
    building a dock at San Mateo,oo the St.
    Johns river, near Palatka, about twenitv
    years ago, millions of ishodied nl ilie
    river and rose toLhe surface, covering '
    for five miles. He and help examinried
    the fish, and found all kinds among thel
    dead, except fresh water irout, black
    bass, and speckled perch. Capt. 11,1v-
    kins says be, nor no other person, so ia:.
    as he knows, could ever account for iFe
    death of so many fish for one time.

    Universally Popular.
    Leeosiutrg Ciunieri'al.
    'The fact thti i he haa no tin (lifpp.'ti tI

    isve tba' .lCoi l'rer aU B) h I):ivi-' Dl ,
    ily, and his 1i u'iivertIto i sl ir 1; I I! it ,
    the seCO'ld ('Cotll'rr-sitial lla l l .
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    l' .r l o f ytl\ iw l i l .'
    I Ii trl l ir ; I i, o" I

    thought of dinii.:er,. See tl l v intr it !.
    liver laiilid owelsi aire lia illh ni .i
    e inn defy the dit'e,.ne. If Vy'ir ,, -
    i, 1 -, 1 ; I ,' i : .

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    greb ileo t il ii h ii., IlI it'8 ,'Sar-ap'.:il ; .
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    Concise Review of the Struggit*
    to Liberate Cuba.

    Peare Talk In Madrid.
    There was considerable peace talk It
    Madrid Wednesday, many leading Span-
    lards declaring 'that their government
    could not withstand such diusters as
    the one suffered off Santiago. No de.-
    nite steps, however, looking to a oeua
    tion of hostiltles were taken.
    Cervera Ordered to Boston.
    Admiral Sampson was directed on
    Wednesday to send his prisoners to the
    United States at onoe, the enlisted men
    and noncommissioned officers being or-
    dered to Portainiouth, N. H., and Oer-
    vera and the commissioned officers to
    Fort Warren, Boston harbor.
    Opmnish Fleet at 8ues.
    The Spanish fleet, commanded by Ad-
    miral Camara, arrived at Snez Wednes-
    day and was notified by the Egyptian
    government to leave within 24 hours
    without coaling.
    Alfonso IteportedCnptured.
    It was reported at Key Went Wednes-
    day that the Spanish warship Alfonso
    XII attempted to run the blockade out
    of Havana and had been captured byan
    American cruiser.
    Ilobsoi and Mlen Exrhanged.
    Assistant Naval Constructor Rich.
    mond I'. Hombon of the flagship New
    York and tihe Stven seamen wlo, with
    him, 'ailed the collier Merriniaec into
    the h itnnuel or tho harbor of .intiago
    d& ('iba on ,June 'i and sunk Ltr there,
    were nurrtiineredl by the Spanish muili-
    tary iuthliriti r Tithursday in i'xrbitange
    for prison r' taaptured by the American

    'itsona Orderel to Spnain.
    Secretary Linug cabled Adnmiral Samp-
    son Thursday ordr;ing him to detach
    immniai.tey (;onuooloro WVatson's
    squadron andil directingg thi latter to pro.
    ceed lit onte tponn his mission to attack
    the coast of -tpain.
    ('cnirnra Iftlirns to F!;ilii.
    Ti' piitni-li tnadlrn, tiller Admi-
    ral C.iiiara, irtirued to tie/.s Friday,
    preipar', I it' riutr the ciinal on its
    Way' to. .pil~li
    I).,, ,i f ;.r tiM llittimra.
    It s w'a tlii' i:itln'm i 'ed in
    M adrlid 1l. 'i. ;it ifit l rtui'ii ,i of Peaol
    ulieIM uat il iJi N le ui'f1uundtld.
    S; | oi'l lu.i s to 1,14.ld.
    J i i i 1, r of llnlli ) was
    forii i'.' ',ii t v tih.' "[liiti.h con-.
    i :i l -. 1 i. iro.u t
    l, i l ltl ;l r i :!, i :af' ter.
    T'll ,. .V, r l*.ted in
    t ll *\; i?, .i i o, ; ; : '.i i un til
    1n r '. '..'i rlrndi e

    iv I, I tiI t- ;] t: ti ,1I irm y be

    till' c. 'ared

    (:ii r. I nof then
    bnt i .' ,'rr : ,' v iuld be
    0 ii 1w u 11 itedl to
    (,,,:. 1: 1. I :l, t:,,r ,, \'.i E llngton,
    in t ,.. ," : ,,' i + ',, arm is-.

    I it, r: ,' ... ; '. ,:, of theQ
    it'Iri W eI ', !'" vore ex-
    ci I t, 1. i i' r:1 arm ies,
    . :i :i -n ,'ii!.l.;i I'i n 1 ,'1 ] :;In ing ot
    a t'.lti ,,i: ,u n own. : I i .
    Y'< .,. .'ir.\' le !',, l Hn :.
    Adv ira l zipmi ',- I the --..vy de-
    partrieo t ,.iinil;d v i 11 hi Itit ,opinion
    three w oi tiw' .piia:lli ': -Its .- ir':ht be
    mav ti., 'Tile 11<..l >i ;! l Igood
    collditiOln, iI' 'n. Itr .1dl I wero
    r'uik al)ilH i'.tpi )jh ,I Ni',l .ria
    Teresta ., l lih \'i-ca., .
    rit i. at ii' lt r .iinl *i

    Thie trans' rts Yahl, tr 'mbia,
    having 'cii liirisi tli cinii gen-
    eral of thie ini., i'!. N\ n and
    staff anud ,ti'o mieli ;:r;. usi rais*
    forcement.s tor (Gmin'rail 1" ofore
    Santiago, Ihit Charirlstoii ; ..,'-y.
    Flet .lie.rsll-e I IW'.
    Six of the vi;elt.Be 1 ,', 1; to the
    fleet of Adinira I'aimara v 1 (i at Port
    Said, Egypt, Saturday, Ii 't Sues on
    their way back to Spain.
    Iresh Attuck oin ,.
    From 4 *'lock Sunday :. :' un-
    Wdark the Amneric(.ari g'.n ored a
    lntly fire into the Spaluin't i'i.,. 'The
    ag ly in plaic', and "'' fective
    _g_. T return fire 'r ,1! ie Span.
    ialla htl m taeeches wa : weak
    WMm hor after ih : :d battery
    ,,,I eIn B the town 'i fom
    W Iq Vs1it began '-. ing into
    ItSo eta aroodauitie .11 n under.
    ieding tswesa Us er ,.after and
    sanipsmoL. 'L.l. srooklyn,
    d obdiana bigN ;. teir
    i e ,shs, thf ware l iji .- up ort
    Stle WIt a luiao t hr PI :.ile from
    fi t -Mlm firaigtiver t. inedto
    d1 tib mcome duwa i0 ., ea s i
    W thue olty flve nilesi .. fhe bomr
    barteat c 'tinued for -r.
    . TIUsigna from the s.1.. mnoaed
    tihat the she.lIs fell .LtOW hto "'-',irt aM a
    tile to the left ot lIc Si. -KNJO

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    '!WT -') r.. PALAI KA, FLA.
    Fir 1 4 1:14". yo, k- u-11'anteed,
    Wo, 1,o no-tice.

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    THU OFFICIAL VOTB. | ftx a wvU -.S O.M
    Te 1 ~ Senate--Jrill. 11; Dats', 9
    The Result of the Primaries at the f LAeglature-Appleby. 0; Harpr 10;
    Various Precincts. Morgan,10; McAllhstr,1 ; Willaoms,10
    T CTY~O. 1. ollector--Blanobard, 4; Blackwell,
    Senate-Crill. 14; Dawes, 0 69I Treasuror-Kennery,17; McCallum,
    Legislature-Appleby. 7; Iarp, l.8; 2 9; Vertrees. 8
    Morgan,4; McAllistel,60; Williams,14 Asessor-Bullard, 2 .
    Collector-Blanchard,cO; Blackwell, --- School Board-Fowler, 0; Lane, 6;
    18 Strickland, 8
    Treasurer-Kcnnerlv,19; McCallum, Srkln,
    20; Vertrees, 47 S naOTWeCrill, 87; Dwe,1.
    Assessot-Bullard, 77 Senate-.Cill, 7; Dawes, 10
    School Board-Green,20; Parribbh,47 A wreck at se is not the only place Legislature-Appleby. 0; Harp, 14;
    where a life line is of importance. Morgan, 7; McAllister,37; WIlisame.89
    olEOROETOWN-NO. 2. There is a life line for the sick, as well as
    for the drowning mian. It 'is Dr. Pierce's Colleotor--lanchard,87; Blekwell,
    Senate-Crill, 17; Dawes, 8 Golden Medical Discovery. It is not a 11
    Lcglslature-Appleby. 14; Harp, 17; cure-all, but it is a scientific medicine that raurer-Kennerl81 McCallum
    goes to the fountain head of a number of Treaturer-KenanrlV,81; McCallum,'
    Morgan, 3; McAllister, 9; Williams,11 serious and fatal diseases. When a man 15; Vertrees, 4
    Col;ector-lilanchard, 13; Blackwell, gets seriously sick, lie can generally be Aeor-Bullard 47
    cured by the right course of treatment. Assessor-Bullard, 47
    13 The treatment that cures many obstinate School Board-Fowlel. 18; Lane, 8;
    Treasurer-Keinerlv, 13; McCallum. chronic diseases consists of pure air, good Strickland, 22
    food. rational exercise, and the use of a Strckland, 22
    6; Vertrees, It remedy that will strengthen the weak FRANCIS-NO. 22.
    Assessor-lBullard, 24 stomach, correct the impaired digestion,
    invigorate the liver and promote the a- Senate-Crill, 47; Dawes, 6
    School Board-'.reen, 3; Parrish, 20 similation of the livegiving elements of Legis!ature-Appleby 1; Harp, 10;
    the food. The "Golden Medical Disco v-
    NOIRWALK-NO. 3. ery" accomplishes all these things. Morgan, 25; McAllhter.44; Williams.20
    Senate--Crill, ,5; Dawes, 0 'A youngsns lay pale and motionless upon Collector-Blanchard, 3.; Blackwell,
    (what ncighors called) hn dying lbei Disease
    Legillature-Api'lebv, 0; Harp, ); ofthelnge llvercot plait.kidury trouble, and 19
    lti tleinsy were fast hasteuiing hihn to the grave.
    Morgan, 2; McAllister, 1: Willi he dor had given t hm to d. he Treaurer-Kennerlv,41; McCallum,
    Collector-l Ilat,cthard, 2; Blackwell,3 neighbor al 'hhe cannot live Oh. 4; ee I would10
    not care to die.' he id, weree it not fur leaving 4; Vertrees, 10
    Treasuror-Kenut I. 1; .M allut, my lear iwe and little child, int I know that I Assessor-Bullard, 50
    must lie' A brother had presented htini with
    1; Vertrees, 2 three tott:e of ntodicinhe. lit he haid no faitk in School Board-Haskell,24; Welch,32
    lAsg ,sor--B a i, patentt nm diciic ',hi but, after the doctor, had
    A sor-Bullal, vien hn uiii t, lie andn he thad tiiilied every PALATKA-NO. 23.
    Sc t,.l l r-- et.n. ; l'iirri.h> Hoi**' ,f r ovcrv he ,;id lf> hi- wife. 'tlear wife.
    School lo r-reen. rri 1therc can n iarn now in Senate-Crill, 20; Dawes, 1
    W. LAKA-NO. 4. tiltnlll 0Atil mlicine I will liegin it, use at
    wncAiA I' dI l. i in to1 ue iitii ant tirst he Legislature-Appleby, 2; Harp, j9;
    Senait- Crtll, 2'); Dawea, it.irve v hut oon th, tne ,'tahnge Morgan, 13; McAllister, 9; Williams, 6
    Legislature--Appleby. 7; IHarpl, 20: main ,i'tro"ig ii hea"lttiy ,ilhe; o, hi, life Collector-BlInchard,17; Blackwell,7
    to that is tlit i 'ne. W hlt ivo t tl t it'iePitii ldie It
    Morgan, 7; McA.llitec, l; Williams,14 was or irc seiliclten Mical t)i.iviry and Treasurer-Kennerly,17; McCallum,
    Co o 'hI, 11 11 kwi i I. .luthertT MNlartin, ani tlv cisnrtd mian Dr
    Collector-Ulanchlaril, 13: Blackwel Pierce. I thank you fronm the v ry deipth of my 1; Vertrees, t;
    20 heart, for rescuin i ifruint the grave" The
    foregmang is from iuti, r Martin Et1. a promi- Assessor-BBul!ard. 19
    Treasurer-Kcennerlv, '*: McCallum, neit c"tizae of I.ube. 'Voud c", w a. School Board-Haskell, 5; Welch, 1It
    i; Vertlrees, l> PALATMA-NO. 24.
    Assessor-Bulliird, 27 5; Veittiees, :35 Seunate-Crill, 9; Dawes, 1
    bhijool Iloard--Green. 13.: Parrish, 1S Asseswoi-Bullaid. 47 Legislature-Appleby, 0; Harp), 5;
    (oMO--No. 5. School Board-Haskell, Is; \\elch,36 Morgan, 6; McAllister, 1; Williams, I
    Senate--Cril', 17; Dawes, 1 AIATKA-NO. 13. Collector-Blanchard,10;Blackwell,0
    Leisliturec-Alipleby, 0; Harp, 13: Senate-Crill, 38; Dawes,l Treasurer-Kennerly.10; McCallum,
    Morgan,14; McAllister, 7; Williams, 2 Lecislature-Appleby, I; hlarp, 13; 0; Vertrees, 0
    Col'ector -Blauchainrd,10: Blackwell,9 Morgan,28: McAllister, 17; Williams,ll Assessor-Buliard, 3
    Treasurer-Kenierly, 13; McCallun, C'ollector-Blatnchard, 22; Blackwell, School Board-Haskell, 1; Welch, 4
    0; Vertrees, 0 is PALATKA-NO. 25.
    Assessor-Bitllard, 10 Treasurer-Kennerly,17; McCallum, Senate-Crill, 46; Dawes. 1
    School liard-(;reen. 2; Parrish, 17 2; Vertrees, 21 Legislature-Appleby, 14; Harp, 1;
    ,IMONA--NO. i. Assessor--Uullard, 35 Morgan, 35; McAllieter,28;Williams,14
    Senatc-CrIll, 14; Dawes, 3 Echol Board-Haskell, 21; Welch,16 Collector-Blanchard, 39; Blackwell,
    Legislature--Applehy, 1; Harp, 13; PIALATKA-NO. 14. 10 I
    Morgan, 12: McAllister, 3; Williams,2 Senate-Crill, 32; Dawes, 4 Treasurer-Kennerly,37; McCallum, i
    Collector-Blaichard,17; Blackwell,1 Legislature-Appleby, 1; Hlarp, 13; 1; Vertrees, 10 (
    Treauiurer-Keutlerly, 7: McCallum, Morgan, 24: McAllister,1b; Williams,) Aasessor--Bullard, 43 e
    2; Vertrees, 7 Co]lector-UBlanchard.,;2; BlacKwell,b School Board--Haskell,13: We!ch.33
    Assessor-Builard, 11 Treasuter-Keunerly,17; McCallum, T
    School Board-Green, 11; Parrish, 2 .); Vettrees, 14 Total Vote. e
    saTstA I,,ll'rs-No.< 7. Asscssor--Bullard, :;4 Senate-Crill, 501; Dawes, 279 IV
    Senate-Crill, IS; Dawes, 0 School BuarJ-Hask.ll, 14; Welch,21 Legislature-Appleby,66; Harp, 378; [
    Legislature--Appleb, 0; Harp, ; ',ALATKA-NO. I Morgan, 341i; McAllister,530; Williams,
    Morgan, 2: McAllister, 13; Williams,12 Senate-Crill, :1.5; Dawes, 2 2
    Collectot-Blanchard,15;Blnckwell,4 Legislature-Appleby, 1; Harp, 16; Collector-Blanchard.580; Blackwell,
    Treasurer-Kennerly, 5; McCallum, Morgan, 21; AlcAlllster,l ; Williams,4 surer-Kennerl y42.Mcllum,
    4; Vertrees, 10 Collector-Blanchard,32; Blackwell,o5 Treasurer -Kennerly,423,Mc(allum,
    Assessor--Bullard, 17 Treasurer-Kennerly,19; MeCalium, 148; Vertrees, 300
    School Board-Green,. 1(; Parrish, 1 1; Vertrees, 14 Assessor-Bullard, 783
    SAN MATEO-NO. 8. Assessor-Bullard, 29 School Board-Haskell, 120; Welch,
    Setinte-Crill, 19; Dawes, 0 School Board-Haskell,13; Welch,23 G 194.
    Leglaturc-Appleby, 0; Harp, 0; INTERLACHEXN-NO. 16. Fowlr,een, 051; Lane, 87; Stridklnd,73
    Morgan, 16; McAllister,0; Willlames,S Senate-Crill, 38; Dawes,11 urowleor-, 122;D. WLane, 7; tr 3
    Collector-Blanchard,18; Blackwell,1 Legislature-Appleby, 0; Harp, 28;
    Treasurer-Kennerly, 14; McCallum, Morgan,10; McAllister,40; Williams,20 A ULEVEL TRICK.
    4; Vertrees, 1 Collector-Blanchard, 28; Blackwell, It certainly looks likeit, but there
    Assessor-Bullard, 17 25 b r lUy no triok about It. Anybody
    School Board-Green, 2; Parrish, 17 Treaurer-Kennerlv,27; McCallum, ean try It who has lame back and kid-
    EAST PALATKA-NO.9. s1; Verre lare, 10 neys, malaria or nervom trouble. We
    Senate-Crill, 8; Dawes, 6 Asssor-Bullard, 47 mean he an ure himself right away
    Legislature-Appleby, 1; Harp, 8; School Board-Fowler, 39; Lae, 7; by taking Electrlo Bitters. This med-
    Morgan, 10; McAllister, 6; Williams,1 Strickland, 4 line tones up the whole system, acts
    Collector-Blanchard,12;Blackwell,2 MONROE MILLS-NO. 17. as a stimulant to the liver and kidneys,
    Troasurer-Kennerly, 0; McCallum, Senate-Crill, 7; Dawes, 15 isa blood parifier and nerve tonleic. It
    13; Vertrees, 1 Legislature-Applebv, 1; Harp, 20; eures constipation, headache, tainting
    Assessor-Bullard, 14 Morgan, 0; McAllister, ul; Williams,0 spells, sleeleassnes and melancholy.
    school Board-Green, 10; Parrish, 4 Collector-Blanchard,14;.Blackwell,9 It is.purely vegetable, a mild lailtlvoe
    FEDERAL POiNT-NO, 10,h. Treasurer-Kennerly, 12; McCallum, and restores the system to Its natural
    EDRAL POINT-NO 3; Daes, 10. ; Verees 3 vigor. Try Eleotrio Bitters and be
    Lenale-Crill, 3; Dawes, 8 Assexor-Bullard, 22 convinced that they are a miracle
    Legilature-ApplebT, 0; Harp. 2; School Board-Fowler, 5; Lane, 18; worker. Every bottle guaranteed,
    Morgan, 6, McAllister, 9; Williams, 5 Strickland, 1 Only d0 oets a bottle at Ackerman
    Collector-Blanchard,11; Blackwell,0 ALDWIN-NO.18. and Stewat'a drug Store.
    Treasurer-Kennerly, 1; McCallum, Senate-Crill, 15; Dawesa l Skin Dse5acs Cured.
    7; Vertrees, 2 Legislature-Appleby, 2; Harp. 41; For the oure of better, isth, eczema,
    S Board-Green 11; P h, 0UMorpn,19; McAllistea,00: Williame,12 eryalpelae, and all Irratibility of the
    School Board-Green, 11; Parish. 0 Oletoer-Blh.anev..d, 49; Blackwell, skin, Dr. Edmondson's Eczema Cure
    PtALATKA HIGrtt.-30. IL 90 .I s the standard. Address Dr. Frank
    Benate-Crtnl, 10; Daw ,TA e-Kenaerly, 44 McCallum, Edmondson, Atlanta, Ga. Pne" 50,
    Lgleglature--Ap$tSbas ..L 1 .1 l;U ysrees, 13 pr bottle, mll-Sm
    Morgan l ,10, 80Mc19A r,1r ; Walli ... sessor-Bullard.a 8 ___ ...o
    Q, etotO-Blanchard, 10; Blackwell, School Board-Fowler, 61; Lane, 1i; Why allow yourself to be slowly tor.
    13 Strickland, 5 toured at the stake by disease? Chills
    Treasurer-Kennerly, 7; McCallum, ORANDMN-o.,19. add Fever will undermine, and eoven-
    4; Vertrees, 15 Senate-Crill, 80; Dawes, 48 uallybreak down thestronaest constitu-
    Aseesor-Bullard, 20 Leglslatare-Appleby, 5; Harp, 9; tlon "tFEBB CURBI (Sweet Chill Ton. ]
    School Board-Haskell,11 Welch, 13; Morgaa,8; McAllIster,61; Williams,85 ic with Iron) is more effctive than
    PALATKA, NO. 12. Collector-Blanchard, 88; Blackwells< Quoinlne, and being combined with
    Senate-Crill, 30; Dawes, 13 41 tron ts excellent Tonic and Nerve Med-
    Legislature-Appleby,7; Harp, 24; Treaaurer-kKetnerly, 2; McCallum, cine. It Is pleasant to take, and Is
    Morgan,27; McAllister.09; Willlams,13 0; Vertrees, 43 sold under poeltive guarantee to oure or
    Collector-Blanchard, 40; Blackwell, AeeseMor-Btall td, 88 meney refunded. Accept no substitute
    20 Sebool Board-Fowler, 3; Lane, 88; The "just as good" kind doa't elect
    Treasurer-Keanerly, 90; McOalOmt itrickhlad, 83 .* cures'
    t '' '

    n PTURE e t. itlsto these inay untortunatoe tel
    P I UR wbosuffTer often unsuspected and in ilenee
    that we extend a cordialf Invitation to come almt
    examined free of charge. Wes alo arte ti
    flt niversal ompla it. ttrussatmd allow patient to wr It or oni
    livl f (Oniy a t. e at the expirstion of whichll tine we wil
    To those who know nothing of t e affliction refund the money If found not satistaetory,
    if herina (comiiuonlycnlled rupture) it will be a To think about is y, but ITTIG TUSS only
    urprtng tanteient that one-tenthof the t to those who thoroughly understand heria
    nan fanily an affllted with this complaints There are several kinds dbernla audeah has t
    T'hs is true, and the forsn of treatment are e red s ed ndn retained witha tans etfhited
    numerous and In most cases unsuccessful. m o n i a t
    There a ,method ofretainng hernia, h,,wever. ording to Its own peculiarity.BDuring taE
    hat Is universally accepted as tie nluerfeit It years of practical experience iSag truN
    lot only retains the hern a, but ia the most wehavnotfoundassinge case that we eonut
    oaavOaiAhiLK aud Ec~titis'AL al planted iu notrstain. it ietstnothingtu be tinvinoed bu
    NistO'ttAICane ito some and see.
    xistence. 9 TR S. THERE R OTlR TRUSSES.
    As well kno ot of th plianc for Many o which ,lght he good If they co
    his malady are knowt tmotofetory tu ihe wearer only be ,nade to fit; btt experience proves thi1
    iftn doing more harnotm than good, and faline almost every ndivldual requires a dtifereni
    entirely to retain the hernia- Thousands it3 shaped tnIt -on e lftlta'tty of oa r tniss it
    neolle are suffering troin ll-titting trusses. or tlat it ran be fitted toany shale
    oing without entirely, thus endlangerin their CBeware of hard that cannot In
    ivce, besaume the truans they have tried towe&a- Ieware of lard rnhher truses ttat canmt t[
    iao given thenmundurahe pain and inconvenr shaped without heating, as they will not hold.
    1. R. and Elastic Trusses, Suspensory Bandages, Passarles
    and all kinds of Rubber Goods.

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    A ly -The _> DEWEY'S NEW SQUADRON. d You Tal'
    ohlnery 9f *a Spanish IMlhlp e. 0o. of U ,s ae Tells Row *. ba Making
    Syo is of olrdweand she loomlU -a ".i.osuito .t" of .is SO tt
    so sto it The following letter has been receive.
    u Lomntow,. J ly 9.-The Pil MN all G& ,r ,, ; C r :. ed by Mrs. Kuhlwein of Sag Harbor, So'
    SSgiumt ha u i rtlas ln t A ngla a 11 t.91 1.h ti pr' ,., the chief gunner of Admiand Dewey'l I l ll
    ng lora*isedln that i e d ill h ..1' flaphip, the Olympia: Eu i
    tionsiderabl stay in the U~nited 11es, I.It' dA
    wasue lily S.-A momS deelo Z1 1x4 r iU, IT' through the winter? If so, we
    Wl-ont of the secretary oel w ol do .. :.- .. We have bae very sumetal here in are sure It quieted your cough,
    icti of thesec-etaty.1thinegminr. At present I am v hd 1 healed the rawness in your
    Seiiting laws as to prone th segaUl work taking 11 the guns out of thehealed the rawness in your
    arnmy o mifmen may now lit an On"* men-of-war which we have sunt in this bar troat, increaed your weight,
    rt trofar the tra of voelutebeoo.e nd threeeabout 1 of them, &U hav'l gave you more color, and made
    Sf h# atltrfrom a told gnes on board. We ore goingSe
    or sold er l send them a. home on a sumer which we, you feel better in every way.
    And Is It not due to nervous LoDooW, Jnly 8. -A special from captured tod.y. Early this moraini we cp. But perhaps your cough has
    exhaustion? Things always MadAl d, reviinkn og the situation, says Vegetables edl z' J/ shots to do itAwhen tBey hauled downfl ther come back again, or you are get-
    So so much brighter when we All Spain know o her ealt ia the let without firing a shot. This afternoon ti a little thin and pale.
    aft In good health. How can 11 s & beginning to TlIN this mat ash-at least hwas snat out in charge of a tug, with about T0
    ve outrage when er, de the d tn men, to run around the bay to f n, why not continue the
    Ins with headache, nervous ti+ press exhorts good eithleto mal the phosphoric add and nitro- .old Iot find oe,... eam launces. on lpyul b remedy right
    prostration and great physical tain peace. two very fine tugp, better, both of them, than
    weakness? WASHINGTON, July 8.-Al & regalt of gen. the ne we had. Wears getting to have a fleet you as much ood as when the
    here, and iwe are making it sli ourselves. Ev. v ?h er is cold.
    Would you. not like to be rid the cabinet meeting today t was de- Write forour books which tell all about r tg we capture we convert into allis cold
    of this depression of spirits? folded to dispatch a regiment of troops hfrtllsers. They are free. gunboat at once, and the way we do it is to its persistent US will certainly
    How? By removing the to Honolulu'immediately, and the com- GUEMAN KALI WORKS. on board one of the sunken Spanibh men-of. dvhe you a better appetite and a
    cause. By taking mandant at the Preldio, California, ba muS NaY. Ser, New Y r few te md geun out of her a nd stronger digestion.
    t been with to learn wha our leet. Thi harbor iaflot with the Amer It will cure your
    forces are available. lan liag, anti long may she wavel I also e,- w. ': throat and heal
    CtmYaoo, July 0.-Alonso J. WV t wit. h w tme rencan steamer a isotn'gogne, rone tUrget st~lurd, which a of efar", i r ,',ot "' inflamed lungs.
    y man of Duluth, charged with obtaining which latter vessel went down ten min. my own end which I shall take home. i' v. i] cure every case
    money by false preteneu, has been fled uteis later. Ofthe 600 passengers and L J. G. "utLWUSN. 0' C-!^Amption, when
    $2,000 and sentenced to the house of crew on board lA Bourgogne, only go00 -New York Tribune. 0 c .UiptLio, W CD
    correction for one year. If the fine h were saved. One woman was saved by I is possible.
    not paid be will be compelled to work it her husband. The captain and other Ptse Isoy. In a Mimic Fight. ,. "i f be persuaded
    out at the rate of $1.50 a ofty. deck officers went down with the ship. In thie imdt if the heavy rain which s mlething they say is just
    Cu1'CAoO, July 7.-The following has The Cronmartyshire laid to and picked fell ti,' otiver morning groups of the "
    been revived from Lieutenant Hobson's up the 200 paiuengers and seamen who strrt, boys in a working clit>ts district of t '' ,. an. s.
    father at Greensboro, Ala.. in answer were rescued, transporting them to the Parts orgtnizAiad a nilnic figlit bitwecn i A E, Ch Itn. tn N. Y.
    to a mewfage telling of the hero a safe Grecian, which came lung shortly af- thiiii suvlh, suome reprisetiting Ainer-
    exchatige: "Accept warmest thanks for terwards. itna iund ,ithln Sianiurds. The flight L I F
    your kind mestige. It has lifted froll Udaera1 Mll.s In ubs. w's rcoiidct i to a imild tlunutr for LO Ir 1 ZKOFER,
    It gives activity to all parts our minds a heavy weight of anxiety." General Nelson A. Miles, command. 1`01 6time. tonly tists and sticks being
    that carry away useless and LoomON. July 7.-The newspaper ing the United States armnivy. landed at used, but us the coiltants bcauei ex. t ni o 1 fl 1
    poisonoUs materials from your throughout Europe are urging Spain to Plays del Este. Cuba, Monday and at eitchd tilty nithintktl onet antitlir in a 11 L 1C
    body. It moves the cause of sue for peace. It is generally recog. once held conferences with Admiral very ,erions manner. A barrindoe was
    your suffering, because It re. nized that -enor Sagasta's cabinet will Sar.pson and General Shaftter, the -,. erected by thle so culled Spaniards, who
    moves all Impurities from your shortly be snperceded. The difficulty ture and result of which was not diii. b .iu to tire volley.s t stoiich and to "- .iE TO ORDER
    blood. Send for our book on in the way of peace in the army, which closed. rain brickbltts on the itinuginary Amer-
    Nervousness. is anxious to retrieve the failure of the Spun}h Ministry Resigns. icaiIt. A tfw pistol shoUt w\yre also t .. I) RE'AIRING
    To keep In good health you vy. ecal dispatch from Madrid ynn heard, ni at t l the polio maw thiit it i '1
    must have perfect action of the E'Apt July L.-Three oclalist day anonnced httthe Jl pr was time to interfere. A tohi or eo Sof 1 IN
    bowels. Ayer's Pills cure con. workmen have been arrested here cabinet had resigned as a result of in the youths on Loth sides went hoille :iN ;l F nulI',T4 BE TEIt STII
    stipation and billousnes. charged with high treason. One of inability to agree on a war policy. seriously mailued.-Lontdon Telegraph. A 1t '1 I ALTY,
    Ihe aIre t ao w fteaa. then has confessed that be took part inu (aptve iSpanlatrds i n Jl.IA
    Perhaps yon would like to eassllt A conspiracy to attenipt the life of Em. Just one of The.. 4,. I-r Ii t m[ i V[ .,
    mome eminent phystet.ns about our peror Francis Joseph by the use of The Spanish prisoners captured in the Oneof MIh, stri's cntribtiutiotsavail
    Condition. Then write as freely &l the- -
    artcular n Ieer eas eou will rl. dynamite during his expected visit to "aval battle at Santiago, 692 In number, able for war is 1.000,000 pounds of
    eett, DL J. c. AER this eity arrived at Portsmouth, N. H., Monda freshly mined lead each weel..-St.
    IN lAwell. Mase. WASHINtovot, July 9.-Thepresident and were placed in prison there. Louis Globe-Deilocrat.
    bis arpointed Senator Cullom of Illi. Are Yea wA AA
    note. .i nator Morgan of Alabama, Rep. Weakness ma,,nifests itself ht I,: in,, Another Good Feature. ro
    resertative Hitt of Illinoil, Sanford ain and aclhiln hoi" Thr i ,. The caute fhait \,.. are tfllit for g =
    Dole, rresi,'ent of the Hawaiian repub. w ,.rry; the tli ueN are wi ti]--il .,r W* liath rotma. groat hdi*i-tnt(ons,
    li, aunti W. F. Frear o Hawaii, to Im i iti.p,'n.tlfordiseape. A l,.oll<-oflirori.,' ButiI .siti a l).. r -n bhi nl Iniear
    zJ.AP.AN.E9 notintilia ntirs under the Hawaiian an&. I tt.ira taken hi I n.i, will r,.tore 3,.,r We'll not be s ainpl t" ltmottns. slot direN i
    ,J.AV ESh. h .,., i rr Lnloit'e voitr tiervut, rilIe i; ,. -Atlanuta. Constliutlon.
    A nexatio reolutio>. ., rich ant, rqil. D.c yu 1" 1 BRIE WWavel betwe.3]
    f MAmIt, July 6.-Senor Silvela, the ,t,, le.lptvet priiv]er( BRIEF WAR NO(TES.
    Conservative leader, declares the press. i' ,'v. -,i ,Itlittor its old 1w .. ,. --
    C UJ Cfent situation is more favi-alble to peace Miss Helen M. Gould hai contributed N W Y Ork
    \ \N'w .i omplet, i'ranitmcnt. tisating 01 than to war. But, he odds, the govern. Th$1. ,000 to the national relief fund in
    IT l'i)S iTt)Rit., CAlolet t(I iitiient and it. meant alone can judge of what ought to At fantiago, as at Manila bay, their Philadelphia. *-..
    .xi of'I O'itmiistt. A never-falhing cattf lor Piles
    o'I ty tinttire.ld degree. t makeautopetratior" be done in the present circumstances fact was again forcibly shown that tihe
    ith tie kifc, ,ich irei a.intli, and ofi,, results and wll support the government in any eftectivenes of the modern unvy lit'ns It is e stitated that not more than
    e W pack Written guarantee In eac deterintion it my reach the an behind te gan.-Newark Ad. 400 men c be employed in the de H avan
    St Box. No Cure, No Pay. ,and t a box,6 (or WASINn, July 6 -Recrinting of. vertlser. fese of Santtiugo do Cuba.
    TMENT, 2b5t. and .0e. flees for the Third regimentof volunteer Shatter ant Chivalry. Until the war is ended the navy de. ..7IA..
    CONSTIPATION Cu"ed, Pi".i 'r.e'td, I' engineer a"re to be established at.Rich. ow shall we crown the men thiemnelvae hare apartment will continue nlu their present
    ie,,I LIVERend STOMACH .nI.A itd ble positions all naa o er who ol Jacksonvlle
    A1101t IF V i o mild mildH ( ,IAOR d bile, New Orneaus, Austin, Albuquerque, With crowns unknown tn lPgends of the rceoo Jacksonville,
    , t;,ke especially adapted lor clUtedr ,'s 11c it N. M .; Nau hville, Louisville, St. nLou ow vhalo we bad thre ah l ar d toI --u-
    FREE.--A ialofthemefnsmotmlIttelict-si and Little Rock. The rendezvous ar Oppres ton wrMung from men on tun lNsl Sotl) ftor I*
    Ie iven with a It box or mnreod i'ie CotIT the regiment will be at Jef'erson Ber. Now sitili we write It on the saute bo ia of Tampt rnt
    orTIc-TUM GNUINB OnUHM JAPANtBa PIL. reaks, Mo. Men's heart, the joy ad pride wepl t nthoe '. P*D e lt i e '
    Lets for sile ea by HONOLUL.', JuTe 29, Via SAN ftAN- Wuho stout with hiitlter on te bloKody fieldV I'l r i. .- -
    A(.iiiior ACKIlRM N& STEW.S. c. cico, July 7.-The second fleet of And let their vokli be dumb; they cannot 1'
    transport rrid here June i and .- .... L ..... ,'i
    "-- led tor Manila June 25. The Mon. In preseioe of this deed of chivalry. ,I ,R ,aiIwa,
    What llteit etI left their native Itnil, with Co __
    terey and coiier Brutus arrived Juno Ieward in vvii. and ofuired up iith At
    Dr. Miles' ie rt Cure 24 find left for Ma.nil Juune. 9. The To uuve a..t in ra.cet e n ic i ',. .., 7i. .'rt
    Strip wau s ccerssful. the Monterey going With all the 9giry of U t, o I .i.. :,:i tur.t l t a l '. 1 ...." 'ir a Prest.ent Attorney. nnder her own uteanm nntil June 18, The tide ouf war d ace, tle nutit, ,i i 'e,. .
    when rhu Brutus took h.r in tow. With tintlttgo and the Itnu vi.i t, h a ttlt
    iSe tAmmatox, te y 6. The offiial And died to stte a irttriken, alien 'rtie a .1 L 0 t
    to Is h s ia Writet ciivalry, anil mite i tlhrtce it Lthi r
    di'pathes f the marine hospital ser-. As e'r uas ntI, the word .it. I:t rhoough
    vie I from Camp Fonitainebleau, the yel. i' tad 1ough
    low lever dietenticen amp neq Mc. The sit of air, and wrilt on glory's pavvc the
    Henur, v iss., give niost favor:bloout. The nav, is of eltter raid ii,, i ,n ii m .t h t :
    in I'lUit lit htmoilg tar fruit t, oxif 1ut't, iltW inh
    tlod: r the fever t.itiaion: The cases Ti do ia d'd uliall i.tnik tour intioi t K.I glH
    Wo yehrry have Lren reduord until Aye., wivt 11 liirg ot sii-,e now there is but oie and there as uo And t ll to l uhe. i n et to i Ie
    new The authorities iv Afioed tk ti .r o e. n i.b Iian h atgye sotl
    to narrow the quin nutine limit at the 'od, in thr id iiah oil retraining Itrentl Ask
    enti it this weeK. The iolt inloflioially Upon tih ti anriien' rue wio n.w in NwIit ltak
    rar.pe1.ted cleaMr |oi. New oriawsl t iOf deeds of vah'r uulni with grevd wotdIddr
    Mhrepor clear 'r Now Orii to ake mnreuantat of war and ask for for
    Mobile. Of freedom bought with price of heroes' hood I A
    .'A F..AI<.tCO, Irtlv 7--The depart. Ard prove that chivlory in ohve iry F ck .
    Sre oa the ftourtb Manila expeiition be. NOe o Keter in Ptttaturg Dip the .
    foarte the midde of vIext week int now as. rdrth T. &I
    -v \u'ail There in soue doutnt, however, ret ready for it,
    as Iti, whether it wlil be eqpimanded by When w .tar I glaIsn to -it f I. le ti. -e Is no telling -h e ora
    General Miller. as has been arnontwed. *i y on siiv \- n agte.e' .t ri uat ,. I o\ itnay ldirppn.
    HR..LC.PHELP.tbeloadiapeMslln There a.e only two tmlnsports now "ta- -'.1 *s* Ii IC : teaN oh flt. ,. :. j Cild-bilrth ia full
    "twto y oDehBrlfarot,,N.y..writm rri..y to a.1l and theM cannot carry ito.... ve. kit t rvwtrs,,v., etc. T of u:ncertainilel if R 0 o T l
    ccom~t of ill hl Jth, an4 l ld fron e xoei than JayGO beft. p h erfore, thie .. ,,-. .1 ,1f,., V',, .Ml ,,' ,t'-f : notvea propit" I '.tnoe. ie I t lut

    iovercoat, e re n la summer, for fear of ear of thosechose to go. .1 i,. f ,, 0,.. .. ithe lct heip y .u can use at td a time.
    iln .col. I ould not attend to my betal WallHInOTo, July l The enatei ..'... ... ....- t It it 1::im.unt, -,.dl when regularly op. JACKS O V Lv.
    t. My w,1 was broken by severept.ins conmUitte cia nlaima today report e. I, i. ... ..* pli'.t 'veralI month before haby coms, v
    byttib i"ara tn telt ith.ou*r', tn i t
    ,t e ts I b t s the invsftef, tiou. m-de by h ',k e .It ri .s the.adent easy an, nearly pai
    rt re, otith, t ed eandis t 1684sen d fro m tefhcelato n sa y he pay. o ,, I + ', T *, ls. t relieves and ptevunts "morning ne
    ackpttea thrladicnoafw t 1-a0edr .,o meth to. ae h 8 R th e pa0, i, ,,. a .. .. gich- c." relaxes the overstraild mmt- "I"
    hoa1 heIrtruert ato lth. I t 500 ,'an at i e t la ,,'. r ci t.,>'.ves the ditendei feeqeuIg~u ort-
    trly i. wcaderful meilcin audit aords through Tn. conlmiltle li diatha i. ,ri.. ... enslaor, ml.; rsoey r apid and cer- JplbIIII
    authplouaoetorecoiummeld thist erm*. unate wa deceived by the4 reprsenuta ht1 fir v tir. I "tithe w ',. a5i"' y'tt, t *yyner otus Bftterffe. enfe et
    toeveryone." Httons of Mr. 8tahian sad Mussrs. 'i .if M's". Ili a' *' I Ihulie's (Hs0.nd, is rood for o6jly oM 'I1 $1570It 3 :
    r. M]lell' leaadle O. Bart and lmith, t4 booI agents, hbs At drugglIsts, price 10 tenta to $1 per! pr<,.. vi..: to rt!a5* notberiood of
    'old by a,. i da* heoo:lWe the kethodies chuarh south as boUle. | 6 ay :il,i
    f derf 8 wIth hbla o torn a aye a elsy as dnageren,-evnn via nare a oa e O ,lk 'bl po e asnt a! ng se, a"
    bel. Boo dondl.- I p CroMavrtyahire s Cough or' Coli, take ItEIK'h PINE yatts ,~s't oan avahtlabe I-
    of the heart and her this mornlnB by the Allan iltur TAR PTRUI' at once: IU will curet lon stspicttoat wib be tsagt a *
    iree. AddIeCr Greoia, with hv aow tora w'av by a quicky. Peek's Dru. Store, Lemon In IaxitnPlLO RnOULATOI 0e fi5' SI
    ILalaMDDICAln o., lkh tB* ~olllno, (0 mi lles south of S ab.e island. street opposite court bouse. .** M5 *IM R


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    ET N 1IA 1ll.
    ET XI.l .t
    This cofninm uriiv l t I 'l hi o,,rf
    A str';ru whlue rati'nli- ,u i t little nd
    goldc ii a'trIs pl1i.f vI i.i'..I. e lh Iov
    Ilest of the many aieriat3 that. .lhtue-t
    er the piney vlcS of old Putuam Coun,
    ty. The reiih ,'ihiel m.llk 'he nnrth.
    weste'' I)h uIlI'IA 1 i" r ( ,:.i ,ling its
    coulint: M f lu Itni 4 ii.l !' c ,*I is
    about 1ll1if e itl '" I. )' t I Palat
    kn. The4 Ic,;l'% in in lfl a l b-nutifnll
    as the iinnlii' it Ilnittii'l Is hammocks
    and iliitledi! lt'lket-i hav-, Iten le lllef-
    u ge ,f ll('r'1 1,hPr; it c** ,,: -|'ilri*
    thlie retilii g p)i c' of Ihe blitk b ir; anti
    its ttll i gilli' I llii nesting ):irlt- ,l die
    wild turhe. 'Fr ies its wide kx
    ed plans ha bve v enil IroI' b iherilds of
    cattle, while itie Ii k ,c' the ai ill n in
    mocki have Ien iit I v.1l 1 t.' V li t lt
    hog. It has lt 'n Illhe hIiunel' ts pil:alli.
    an i t!he sC np I 1 il i ti lihrie .illw I i-
    lures; lt! itl' tr i il' e ti-e i I' I iii '.
    bs cces i'ul huuns itiv' ul Ill ilt: t ,
    bpect Ill .'. 'I'llT .. .! I,' : -! '.. .
    luick It a'. liit" it h t h, ul l i ,i1,
    and 11h w ild t '1') r bll. I vlln ti I .- r
    stielitiin .', Swpit l tfleimclin Ili ',itn.'
    biiitk now atwl l liet) I~ >, \ i tl. 'I- lhihd
    wher- their kintiredi gave u ) tihie i ,,.I
    at tih,' 0ounl( of lthe Ih ltter'.- ,.aII li1
    till. .1 slrlInil' lah i Weiilid |hialIV ovrl-
    Ilanig'< llhe coit)!'ry lhollt, i. lit- I ill
    tioaIL the ini-lt' t N tIIIII ''- lh)', nlilt
    hlarm ni/ollie Ti'h I,:l. Ii2i I, I l li",
    aloftt its piluints of while bl) wild
    'ird mingles li, sorini within the low nid
    sullen mumnier of Jhe loit, hIat' pinte,
    and Il he' go her ili.)r I t his hol unscuarefd.
    "There is a l'eiiaU'-e in the pathles,
    woo Is.
    Tli h rI Is U society whervl noli l illtl'udes."
    Th s se action has l long beii noted for
    its exce le..t lands, its wide stretch of
    sttck range, and for its kind and gener-
    ous-hi arted ;itizeus. The writer spent
    last Sabbath iu tills coiimunitv,andl was
    delighled with the courtesies and gen-
    erous attention shown him. The Holli.
    wnys.Stricklands, and Mallets live here,
    men whose enterprise andu efforts have
    busit ui1i beautiful bomes and productive
    farni-. Such nieti are towers of strength
    anid ornaments to our civilization. Men
    who have subdued the forest, and who
    have raised lioinoaba iii and d(iughters clad with ill; tlie graces
    and rellnement of niodern tunes, are
    deseiving of honorable I titlioli. The
    community is one of the strongholds of
    democracy. Listening at these fathmcr
    of the Democratic pasty talking of the
    grand doctrines and policies of the par-
    ty made the writer feel like a huckle-
    berry In a hogshead. I think it would
    be about as difficult for a Republican to
    get vrot out at Etouiah as it would be
    iu .1 .'iig-eared mule to work out an
    equation in double quadratics; the peo-
    ple aren't built that way.
    THr TIMES-ITEnALD had preceded
    mne a few hours, carrying the report
    from the primary election,and the peo.
    ple were astonished at the wonderful
    tricks of the silent ballot overturning
    the exPectation of their best prophets,
    but all expressed satisfaction over the
    The result of the last primary election
    affords a good object lesson to the young
    office-seeker. There is uo influence
    more potent in securing a nomination
    than a record that you possess a kind
    and generous heart; you must keep
    down on the plain traveled by the com-
    mon people; get in touch with their
    lives, and you will win every time.
    Appleby's friends are thickening out in
    the woods. IIls philosophical bearing
    an4 contented spirit in the hour of de-
    feat, is bringing the people near him.
    "Good comes to the man who waits,"
    Dr. Morgan has many friends out
    here; }hey call him a kind and good
    man. He received a phenomenal vote,
    and many wish that he had won. Stay
    away iom Salt BRiver, Doctor, and you
    may get there some day. Q.
    We were very much shocked and
    S grieved on hearing of the sad death of
    our friend and schoolmate, Daisy A.
    Weaver. She was drowned In a lake
    near McCrea, Saturday veningJnly 2d,
    about 4 o'clock. Diligent search was
    made for her body, and it was found
    about 2 o'clock Sunday morning.
    Daisy was a pure, earnest little Chris.
    tian, a member of Bethel Methodst
    Church, and a faithfutal Sunday school
    pupil. Sihe was one other purest,kind-

    Hay, ,





    SPaper Bags,

    Building Material,

    Orange Boxes,

    Iest, iost.amiable irls we ever knew.
    SAll who acquainted with her loved
    her, aud she wilh be sadly missed b) the
    whule neighborhood. Whatever her
    hands found to do, she did with a cheer.
    ful, willing laliirl., We will miss the
    -'irshine of bher face. but we know she
    hils gone to ail her place in Heaven,
    aimnong htr loved ones, and has Acft a
    world of sorro~r. Sh it free from the
    bitter tals and temptations ot this life.
    Her life has been one (that otherp may
    well lollow-one of purity and good-
    Iues. Her death has caused a yacancy
    ne;thinr can fill, but God needed his
    jewel to shiue ri Heaven, and took her.
    We mourn to lose a friend so. bright,
    mtiil we #to not mourn for her us wti
    'tilo!d if she had died uupiepared. '
    "How sweet, how sweet, to die In
    'ho Lord!"
    We extend our s3nii'nth', to her be-
    re'>,vd relatives, and mourn with them.
    Her death was a terrible shock, and her
    loss is great Indeed. May we each he
    at, prepared to eterunty at a lmomientc'.
    wittuung as was she.
    WVe li;e many things to grieve us,
    Miaivy s(rrows could we tell!;
    Biut we know whatever comet ii,
    ',c l- t ldoeth till thing, well."
    ti have ittten met templtatinn,
    11anitv tinine we nearly fell;
    1t;11 (. I'i tI utihll;d and kept us,
    F'r **lie ioeth all thiting welt."
    A.\nl we shliul not shrink tnor taller,
    N,,r wouil we our birthright sell;
    lu'r whatever trials greet u,
    ".Isus d,'eth all things well."'
    FRIEND tAND StilooLnATEri
    Was Broken Down.
    "I have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla for
    blood p,)ison, rheumatism and a broken
    -.own system. I was also suffering
    from an ulcerated ankle. Hlood's 6ar.
    saparilla has greatly relieved me. It
    made me feel stronger from the first
    done, and I believe it has saved my
    life."-HoLLis A. COOLEY, *ugar Val-
    Hloodl's Pilla cure nausea, sick head-
    aceli, billiousness, indigestion. Price


    This island has been made lonely and
    sad by the death of Mrs.Wim. P.Wright
    and Mrs. Satilla Atkinson Rembert-
    two of our most valued citizens. Mrs.
    Wright (died at Des Moines, Iowa, and
    Mrs. Rembeft at Marietta, Ga.
    Your correspondent, Huntress,"'
    being away from the island, I think a
    few jottings from another hand may be
    acceptable to you and the readers of
    your most valuable paper.
    The island suffered severely from the
    long-vonhinued drought, but the rain
    has now come.and vegetation has taken
    on a new start.
    Things are not as lively here as they
    were a few years a o. Ouly on the west
    side (4 the Island and at North Point
    will there be any orange crop to speak
    of. There may be five hundred boxes
    in all, which is but a small fraction of
    wha the crop was when the people
    were kept busy the entire winter pack.
    ing their fruit. I
    For the past two weeks the weather
    here, except for a short time in the
    middle of the day, has been very enjoy.
    able; Lhe nights especially cool and re-
    fresbing. The breeze across the lake
    In the evening, and during the night,
    has been almost, if not quite, equal to
    the ocean breeze on the coast.
    Many of the orange treesr, since the
    freeze, baye been well cared for, and
    promise soon to be of value to their
    owners. Some have been abandoned.
    others, left in care of 'untrustworthy
    men, are only witnesses of human de-
    pravity. One would think from appear.
    ances, that their keepers believed that
    orange trees, like Jersey cows, did best
    in green pastures and high grass.
    Mrs. 8. Parker left this morning for
    Palkas, where she goes to visit her
    daughter, Mrs. John Tilghman, and to
    superintend the putting up of the fig
    ciop of that vicinity, of which she has
    contracted all that was offered her. It
    i reported that Mrs. Parker supplies
    the family of ex-President Cleveland, at
    Princeton, N. J., with her fig products.
    Mr. Bacon and wife, of Ormand, ae
    now at Pelham Park,engaged in putting
    up the fig crop on Wm. P. Wright's
    place. The profits of that industry must
    be considerable to warrant such ex-
    pense. Mr. Bacon is one of Ormond's
    jolly fellows.who makes company lively
    wherever he i.
    W. F. Beed, who has been called the ,

    "IHustler." i is tn )usy as ever. i-nce
    the rain h;is cinie, be is getting orders
    sttadily tor orange trees and buds. He
    has the advantage of plenty of buds Ion
    bearing r trees of reliabieu varieties, cor-
    rectly named. His boys, Claud and
    Worth, with Tommy Rogers, the able
    postmaster of the island, went to Jack-
    sonvl'le Saturday. Mr. Rogers will be
    the guest Af L. I. Stephens,beini cousin
    to his wife, and the boys of Wilbur
    Swain, their father's brotherin, law.
    Capt Cable is still found at the home
    of S. Parker. It is reported that he
    stands a fair chance of getting into the
    navy. If he goes to Cuba, he will be
    likely to get into a livelier if not hotter
    time than he ever had on the St. Johns.
    If he fails to make a good Admiral, he
    will not fail to make agood-sized target
    for Spanish sharp-shooters. The Cap-
    tain will enjoy a wider field of action,
    and his friends wish him good luck.
    The health of the island seems to be
    neatly perfect; and while there is dis-
    content on the part of some, the possi-
    bilities of the island are only faintly
    realized. N. W.
    A Ohild Enjoys
    The pleasant flavor,gentle ao Ion, and
    soothing effect of Syrup of Figs, when
    in need of a laxative, and if the father
    or mother be costive or billions, the
    most gratifying reenlts follow it use;
    so that It I the best family remedy
    known, and every family shWild have
    a bottle. Manufactured by the Cali-
    fornia Fig Syrup Co.


    MELROSE, July 15.
    Mrs. Charles Caldwell has gone to
    Massachusetts to spend some time.
    Miss Mary Barnett is spending some
    time with relatives in South Carolina.
    Mr. and Mrs. Husband spent the Ith
    in Jacksonville.
    Miss Mabelle Mizelle is visiting rela-
    tives in South Carolina.
    During the past week Mr. Corben has
    been cutting his first crop of tobacco,
    which he considers very good,consider.
    lng the season. The old depot is being
    used as a curing house.
    Rev. Mr. Lawler. of the Methodist
    Episcopal Church, assisted by Rev, Mr
    Henry, of Starke, hU been holding a
    setles of religious meetings during the
    week past.
    A party of young people had an en-
    joyable picnic at Stephens' Landing on
    the 10th met.

    Much in Littl6
    Is spectiltl true of flood'S Pfli, for no uD1-
    celu ever contacil so urjt u ve power la
    so small space. TWIe a airbols m1edlesa1

    che as read, read,
    ways effclent, always aUt- I Iat
    Istactory; preoent a cold P I IS
    or fever, cure all liver ill,
    sick headache, Jaundice, onsipatlon, ete. so .
    Theonly rius to take with Hood' tSerpufUB


    35 Lemon Street.


    Stamped Goods,

    Embroidery Silks,

    Ladies' Shirt Waists,

    Dress Skirts,

    Men's Furnishings,

    Dry Goods and Notions. Shoes' and Hosiery,
    R. & G. Corsets. Parasols and Umbrellas.

    Men's and Boys' Hats,

    Boys' Waists and Pants.


    Provisions, Grain, Hay, Flour, Meal, Grits, Etc.

    Sole Agents for
    Fairbuk Cuning Co.
    Lion Iraid Cima d MiIds.


    Quotations Made Promptly on Application.
    Feb 11-6m

    We, the undersigned registered voters, of Precirct No. (14) Fourteen, Put.
    nam County, Florida, respectfully request your honorable body to grant unto
    M. J. Murphy license to sell ales, wines, and spirituous liquors ton said Precinct
    No. (14) Fourteen, for the year commencing October lt, 1898, and ending
    September 30th, 1899:
    PJ bItohu II ........................... W RMceill JF7rower
    J peck......................... WE Rohbbint JrBrewur
    A0 olestyr................ ................. FJ earmde M J Murphr
    Clhalu Ma buseh .......................7'.:."" MJMurphy FJ Fu7 nude
    Chm ......wo ... .... ............. IFJF ajrm Ils MJMurhy
    P D ro ................. ....... .....X.. M Murpby PrincewCMo
    Wy rtn .......... ..................... MJMurphy J F wer
    John H wson ............................. .... W Mo n JFB re er
    Henl tu ..................................... J F Brewer M Jr Murphq y
    5. "*......................... ................... R H Tho w n J rier
    Hn Me sm t ....... ............................... Jas eIe J F n wer
    J L Crawford ...................................... MJ Murphy J PiUrewer
    W r o y. ................................. ....... MJM 'brpy J re
    ait(I&o .B. tu.....e....................n...... br l t0) DB rewer ,
    i .. .a........... .......... ............ Wir o b min JBt A werp
    .ohn(lms r y)anqrt......................M. L[,ub JP Drew.r
    r ~Ow i r......................................... j r enmr JMure ophy
    S htal .............. ..A................. AN....o. w r on ats J 7f Brw a
    jto f ............ ....... ......... :- AB r A M JNIplhy
    SI" hwer ................................ Pridmeot M J urphr
    ejl Mo ................................ B P Callboura PeterCohe
    Jm t ... .................:: ::::::...... M J Murphir Prin. Cook
    Couxwrr or PuTrXAm. f
    Personally came before me this day I. J. Murphy, who being by me flnt
    uly sworn, deposed and aid he is the applicant la te above and foregoing ne.
    tition for license to sell liquors, wines,.and beer in Election District No. 14,
    Putnam County, Florida; that eah anid every name or mark afxzd to said D-
    uituon wuas the act and deed.of the person purporting to signl the iname, and that
    there wuas no fraud, briberyor deception in proeuring such signatures or marks;
    and that all such signatures of marks were obtained after June 7th, 1898, and in
    amcoraance with the revision 9f the registration lists heretofore made and in
    zexitence at that time and -o*. M. .. MURPHY.
    Sworn to and subscribed before me this 24th day of June, A. D. 1898.
    [Seal] PAulx A. Smxrra. Notiry Public State of Florida.

    Vertrees & Co.,



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    J'JLt.-'X'IX.Z Efit.rA Eto.

    Livfry, Feed and Sale Stables Wagon Reposiory.v,
    AGENTS: The Standard Oil Company,
    Walter A. Wood's Mowing and Reaping Machinesi


    Groceries, Crockery, China,

    Glassware, Tinware,

    Wood and Willow Ware,

    Pap er and Paper Bags

    16 Lemon Street. Palatka, Florida.



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