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 22, 1898
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 1, 1893.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -67th year (Sept. 18, 1936).
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 1, no. 37 (Feb. 16, 1894).
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Volume ID: VID00116
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Preceded by: Palatka weekly times
Preceded by: Palatka herald
Succeeded by: Palatka times-herald

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THE


TIMES HERALD.


wm mom --W SejOi.nl**s**.,s PALATKA, FLA., JULY 22, 1898.


nEW BUIES-1


BRIEF LOCAL NOTES.


Paragraphs of Local and Per-
sonal Interest.

Short, Snappy Stories About Mat"trs
SIn Palatka and Putnam Coun.
ty, for Busy Readers.


Sergeant James Ray, of the Gem City
Guards, arrived in this city Monday on
a brief visit to his parents.
J. F. Tenney, of Federal Point, was
in town Tuesday, in attendance upon
-the Republican county convention.
Sherman C. Fowler spent a few days
in town last week, returning to his
summer home at Ormond on Friday.
Messrs.G 0. E. Davis & Son shipped a
large consignment of redi cedar logs
north Monday, via. the Clyde line.
Bailey Robbins has arrived from Ti-
tuville, and is assisting his lather,W.
E. Robbins, at the G. S. & F. depot.
Prof. I. I.Himes, who has been con-
ducting the summer normal school at
Lake City, returned home Sunday.
Dr. E. E. Jenkins and family left on
Tuesday to spend a season at Summer
Haven, that popular resort among Pa-
latkans.
Mrs. W. A. Bolinger and two daugh-
ters, Miss Sallie and Mrs.1amsaur,went
to Jacksonville Monday on a visit to
;friends.
Our entire line of Misses and Chil-
dren's Strap Slippers and Oxfords are
toing at cast.
THEI S. E. BOND Co.
Postmaster F. E. Reeder, of Welaka,
was in town Tuesday, en route to Jack-
sonville. He made a pleasant call at
this office.
J. D. Wyeth, one of Pomona's intlu-
ential cltizens,was in town Monday and
remembered TInE TIMES HERALD Office
with a pleasant call.


Corporal Andrew Shelley arrived in
the city Sunday on a forty-eight hour
leave of absence. His many friends
were glad.to see him.
Dr. Gea. E. Welch returned Monday
from a ten day's visit to his "old Ken-
tucky home," looking much refreshed
for having taken the trip.
A house was advertised for rent in
last Friday's TIuse-HxnaLw, and by
Monday morning a tenant was found.
A word to the wise, etc.
Capt, B. Y. Snow left Sunday morn-
iog for Atlanta. He ls a delegate to
the Confederare re-union, which began
on the 90tb.
Homespun and Grass Linen Skirt-
ings market down.
Tax 8. E. BoxD Co.
The band gave an open-air concert
Saturday evening, the first In several
weeks. A large number of citizen
turned out,and the music was unusually
goo4.
The three-mastad schooner Island
City was towed up by the tug Romer
Sunday morning, and took on a cargo
of cypress lumber frod the Wileon Cy-
press Co's mills.
H. A. B. McKensle, formerly editor
of Tn Txaes-BuuAz who is now
located atValdosta,Ga.,arrlved Sunday
on a brief visit. He returned to Val.
dosta Monday.
M. H. Dalton had the misfortune to
lose a one milch cow Friday. The cow
was tied with a rope and in some man.
ner the animal sbecamse entangled and
broke her neck. The lose quite heavy,
the cow being valued very highly.
Mrs. Monceref, acompanled by her
granddaughter, Mw Mabel Bassett, of
Paltkai, who have been visiting in the
city for the past few weeks, returned
home Wednesday morning secompanied
by Miss Anne Belle Flaley.-Lake City


"gdg k
Aggets


AN OLD CIIrrZk GONE.

Samuel Cragtn Dl Tuesday Morning
After a Brief lltaes.
It is our unpleasant tais this week to
chronicle the death of Mr. Samuel ura.
gin, an old and highly esteemedcitisen,
which occurred at 8 o'clock Tuesday
morning, at hie residence, on corner of
Oak aund Third streets.
Deceased had only been sick since
last Saturday morning, and his death
was a surprise to many, as it was not
thought (that he was seriously ill. Only
a few mornings since, THE TIiES-
HERALD reporter passed his residence
and exchanged a few very plemaant
words with the old genCleman, who
showed the reporter with much pride
the floe trees around his place. Re told
us when they were planted, and the
manner of cultivation and care he haud
given them which caused them to thrive
and grow to besuch beautiful trees. In
fact, Mr. Cragin always bad a kind word
for every ope whom be met, and was
very prompt in all his business transac-
tions. He was a frequent visitor at
TH TIMEs-HERALD office, and the
editor of this paper had learned to re-
gard him with more than ordinary es-
teem. But Mr. Crag'n is no more, and
hib iroing out will cause sadness In the
hearts of all his acquaintances.
He was eighty years of age and a
dative of New Hampshire,but has made
Palatka his home for the past fifteen
ears. At the time of his death, Mr.
Cragin was owner of considgaable pro-
perty in this city and on the Heights.
He is urirlved by a wife and one
daughter, Mrs. PE. J. Rilep, of Jackson-
ville.
The funeral took place from the resi-
dence Tuesday afternoon, at 5 o'clock,
conducted by Pastof Hay, of the Pres-
byterjan churchh. The interment was
in Westview cemetery. The floral of-
ferings were very exquisite and appro-
priate.
The pall'bearere were: E. S. Crill,
W. P. Anderson, T. B. Merril, B. J.
Grooms, H. M. DeMontmollin, George
G. Gay.


New iUll Building.
The old mill of the Wilson Cypress
Company is being torn away, and a
much larger structure, with double the
capacity of the present plant, will at
once be built.
Capt. Will Boyd commenced this
week driving five hundred pilings for
the foundation of the new mills.
Installation of Officers.
Installation of officers in Pioneer
Lodge L 0. 0. F., of thi city, took
place Tuesday evening. District Depu-
ty Grand, T. V. HInks, of Sateuma
Heights, was present, and had charge
of the installation.
A Hot Time in the Old Town.
Our Republican friends must haye
had "a hot time In the old town" at
their convention in the court house on
Tuesday, judging frowm the number of
bottles found lI and around the building
after the adjournment. A reporter for
Tax Tbmia-HanAL was shown Wed-
nesday some forty or fifty half-pint
whisky bottles,and the ilitor,who found
them, says that all of them had the
"right smell," but were too empty to
"do anybody any good" whpn he found
them. I
We presume our Republican friends
melt and, realizing the strength of the
Democratic ticket put up last week, de-
cided that a Republican county ticket
was useless, and drowned their troubles
in mean whisky.
No Reductlod.
The Jacksonville Metropolls of Wed-
nesday says: "The tat a railroad com-
mission ordered that reductions In pas-
seager rates should take effect on all
railroads in this state on tls 18th lnst.
Inquiry at the various ticket offices in
the city to-day revealed the fact that no
orders had been luaied to the agents to
make any reduotioni and the former
rates are still In force. Just what will
o'the t ret no n0e semes to know.
At Your Own Pria.
Ladies' Oxfords and btrap Slippers
mut beauld. Coendlte0apar at
you own priae. l 0
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DAIS THE CHOICE.01

"OUR BOB" SENT UP FOR ANO.
THBR TERM.

The Honorable Robert W. Davis is
Nominated by Acclimation.--
Convention Harmonious.
Davis nominated I
Of course.
This Is no more than has been ex-
peeled.
It has been predicted by every good
Democrat in the Second Congressional
District for the past eighteen months.
The convention assembled at DeLand
Wednesday at 4;30 p. m., and before
sunset Davis was nominated and had
made his speech ot acceptance.
UL. P. Healey. of Volusia, was the
chairman of the convention, and W. P.
Anderson, of this city, was secretary,
W. T. Weeks, of Bradfor, being assist.
ant secretary.
The committee ou resolutions report-
ed some good resolutions, supporting
the present state government and re-
affirming allegiance to the Chicago
platform as adopted in 18906. The
American sailors and soldiers were re-
membered in the resolutions; and alto.
gether the papers were well prepared
and worthy of the grand old party which
framed them.
At this point nominations were de.


flared in order, and ex Governor Fran.
cis P. Fleming, of Duval, had the
honsr of placing in nomination the Hon.
Robert W. Davis. Governor Fleming
said that it had been the custom of the
party in the past to recognize those who
had served faithfully in the ranks.
"Two years ago," said he "we placed
the banner of Democracy iu the hands
of a faithful soldier. He carried the
banner in triumph to victory, and se-
cured a seat as Representative in Con-
gress, where he has been loyal to the
Interests of his people. Now he brings
that banner back unstained, and it is
our duty to give it to him again." Here
he named Mr. Davis, his speech being
vociferously applauded.
Colonel Palmer, of Orange, seconded
the nomination in a few well-chosen
remarks, in which bhe alluded to the fact
that Colonel Davis had participated in
the making of history that would be
memorable after this generation has
faded away.
Other eloquent seconds were made
by Fabian Law, of Clay, Dr. Call, of
Putnam, and J. W. Northrop, of Lake,
whose motion to waive the rules and
make the nomination by acclamation
was carried with a hurrah.
A committee consisting of W. A.
Holloway, of Alachua, F, C. Fleming,
of Duval, Loutis Delano, of Volusia,
John Leo, of Hlamilton, and A. Usina,
of Putnam, escorted Colonel Davis to
the platform, from which he thanked
the convention eloquently and suc-
cinctly.
He said he had not been able to seo-
comphsh anything oonsplouous,but had
faithfully endeavored to do his duty.
He said at a later day he would call up-
on his oonstitneata and discuss at length
the ieuseof the day, predicting that it
would be a peculiar campaign, with
several new uMssn, the outgrowth of
the war. He congratulated the convene.
tion upon ts harmonious work, pointing
it out as a bright augury for complete
unification.
After pamlnio a resolution of thanks
to toe hospitable people of DeLand, the
convention adjourned.
The Putnam delegation returned on
the 5 o'clock train yesterday morning.

Summer Haven.



BURTON HOUSE,
Opemed July st Rate 6 per week.

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S Pat Cooney Drowned.
SPat Cooney,an aged man, who was
well known about town, was drowned
in the river near the draw bridge Friday
while attempting to cross the trestle.
An engineer on the East Coast railway
discovered the body floating in the river
Saturday afternoon, and a rope was
played around it and it was towed to
the wharf at the foot of Lemon street,
where a coroner's Jury was Impanneled
and an inquest held. The verdict of
the jury was that deceased came to his
death by dr.wning.
Pat had for a number of years been
working on the streets of Paiatka, and
would occasionally imbibe too freely In
mean whisky. He was on a spree dur-
ing the week,but it.is claimed that when
be started across the bridge he was
comparatively sober,and he is supposed
to have fallen In the rver while in a fit
to which he was subject.
The remains were interred Sunday
morning in the Catholic cemetery.
The Best Prescription for Chills
nd fever Is a bottle of Grove's Taste-
less Chill Tonic. Never fails to cure;
then why experiment with worthless
mitations ? Price 50c. jua3 ly
County Republican Convention.
The Republicans of Putnam county
met in convention here last Tuesday.
I. L,-Purcell was elected chairman,
John E. Marshall, secretary.
The committee on resolutions offered
their report, asserting their loyalty and
devotion to the Republican organize.
tion, both state and national; com-
mending the administration of Mc-
Kinley; condemning the exAtution of
the election law and the partizan meth-
od of selecting jurors In this county;
and demanding representation on the
board of county commissioners.
A motion to nominate a county ticket
was tabled.
The following are the delegates to the
state convention at Ocala: I.L Purcell,
George E. Gay. John E. Marshall, Wm.
Fealter, W. H. Matun, P. T. L Queen,
D. E. Peacock, D. M. Kirby, and J.W.
PuIcell.
The convention then adjourned, sub-
ject to the call of the chairman.
A Mammoth Melon.
Our attention was called Friday morn.
lair in the store of Walter Thomas to a
mammoth watermelon, the largest of
the season, which tipped the beam at
83 pounds.
The melon in question was raised b,
leaac Thomas, of Penlel, who brought
in twelve melons, the aggregate weight
of which was 750 pounds.
Save Your lioney.
We invite the attention of our cos-
tomers or persons wishing to save
money in Dry Goods, Shoes and Gents
Furnishing Goods to visit our stores.
A pleasure to show you our goods.
Tax 8. E. Boe" Co.
Redemption Tax-Sae Distributiea.
The Mtate Treasurer has remitted to
the several counties their proton ot
the receipts from the safe d emp-
tion of tax asea certific- e
month of June as follows:
Alachua 669.40 Atayette, 88.11
Bradford 8.36 ake 97.8
Brevard 28.95 eovy 840.79
Columbja 1.80 liaison
Clay 98.64 danite 8.18
Citrus 9.69 darion 101.41
Calhoun 0.68 Iounroe 847.48
uaval 771.8 Nassau 48.11
& to 17.97 Osceola 119.88
9 11 Orange 41.11
Secambia 14.74 Polk 158.94
IrMakl n Putnam 88.04
a seden Paco 1.00
Hillaboro' 58.65 Bamtor 11.80
amrnanda .70 St.Jone 49.00
Jaailton 14.88 Suwanune 1.60
wekson 6.70 Taylor 8.84
Jefferson 1.90 Vouia 188.00


iAberty 6KS08 Washington
The soldier boys who pamed through
'PalaMka Wedneiday were treated to tole
cold lemonade to their hearts' content.
C. J. Roao furnamished the sugar ad
lemons, the ladle of Palatka made the
"ade," and the Michigan boy gave
three rouslag eheen for-the treat.

Spot Cash for Moes.
Higest maet price paid far Black
and Gray MOm by
JIFJUZBBI X STh3ABNS,
ruhtland, Floria.
Wnuit lM taomIV ati


BRIEF PENCILINOS.


Do you take THE TIMEs-HERALD?
33 vards Yellow Homespun for 11, at
J38ml THE RACKET STORE.
Tom Holden went to Summer Haven
Wednesday.
Jesse Burtz spent Sunday with hit,
sister in DeLand.
H. A Ford ex Superintendent of the
Plant System, was in town Friday.


Robert Harrison and family have 1o.
cated at Summer Haven for the stam-
uter.


Mrs. M. Loeb and children have gol ,90
to Waukesha, Wis., to spend the nsua '"
mer.
Mrs. Geo. E. Welch returned tlis
week from a few days outing in ha
i1ountr.


A letter from .Thomas Murray state
that he is enjoying his visit to Scotland i-
and England.
Holmes Erwin, one of the foremost j.
men of Pomona, made us a pleasaNt :
call last Friday.
A large number of our citizens at-:
tended the congressional convention at
DeLand Wednesday.
D. E. Peacock, of Interiacheur,
among the attendants at the Republilc
convention Tuesday.
Thomas Duane, a former palalkat''
but now of Key West.is In town shai
hanis with his friends.
Mrs. J. J. Mitchell has gone tO
worth, Ga., to spend several weall
citing friends and relativeO.
Mrs. J. A. Reynolds left We
for Kentucky, where he will d iS*,
summer visiting relatives.
Mrs.W. H. Cyrus and ab 'j, lf
barpe, left Wednesday ftore in
Ohio, to spend the summer.
The J., T. K.W. railway has
taxed to its utmost this wee to f
rolling stock with which to h lmn
Miss Ethel Merryday,
by her brother, Harold
to Atlanta tuesday evelng
to relatives.
Impure blood is an
nd maylin4 toserious
Sarsapaeril s onques t M
averts danger.
It is rumored that the
Florida Southera crew wd i be
next Sunday, and that t
be between this clty land SI
We direct the ttent(ot
to the nota tiwds
Tat TiM4-
Iee & Stearn, of 1ralut H
to buy moss.
Charles Kupperbuih <
spendinX some als il


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THE TIMES-HERALD, FRIDAY, JULY 22.


1Yellow HOBSON'S RECEPTIUN.
Y elo Triumphal Entry Into the Amer-

F eve r clan Camp at Siboney.

SILENT TRIBUTE PAID AT FIRST.

A FEW WORDS OF WARNING o'e-- Men Gazed ,InAdi",tion at
A FEWWthe White ,Paced Young Otracr-Theis
Came Three Cheers--Redheaded, Red
Persons who may bh exposed to y`1 Faced Soldier Leaed, Shouting. Into
low fever and others living in llstriotrok
itble to be infeeled by It. will find ihat the Road anti Broke the spoiI-The
timely and intelllgetit pretiar atlon I Jaekles Rode in an Ambulanue.
the best means of keeping this idreadful Wphililled
malady out of the fainty. Sanitary With the rfle pits behind hi filled
regulations in the household are of th') with thousands tf the titiUny, with the
first Importance. Clean up all refuse rifle pits before hiinm filled with thou-
matte*, decaying vegetationi or ie5 sauts (f his friends, Assistaiit Naval
-pools. Drain of pounds pools and sin'( .
Burn vegetable offl from the kitchen. Constructor Ilibson left Sautigto on
Eat nothing but 11light, wholeso' neanil Thursday, July 7, with his seven comit-
'easily dig. ated foot, avthlii t green to rules and was ilivired into their wil.
over ripe fruits anid vegetlb s. Latly coming arnia of the American army at
be sure that the boosl, o ,stu.1 h ictrnt
bowels of every tinnheur of the fansil\ Siboney, Cuba. The trail up which they
is inhealthyjndliti ,n. Irregtlatitlem n'ane was a rnoal ione between the ltigh
in the systelin, t.twh a ll'gstlon, co0n- Ilinks, with thle pirett tr '., abu lov' t-
btilpation, torpid liver, tivilt i l' i s'l ingt in an ur(h ovi rhe.al. F(, r l.ours bi-
to en'er the i)oty, 'utd I", th" cots,- '1
fellow fevr. retdter its pI.-ge's itsor fore they cat:e oietrs atll min vwho
virulent anil d1 eadly. '1 lhii-i con itiot wire not oin duty i:1 tlih ri'lt piti h:l;d
(can tespteedllv rtellovei'l nt' l re lo5'd,,l ),etin waittilg ont tithe rbanksli. sprawliiig
good iiai'',,tion anlt reguhlarity In Ill in tl t u an ltlid crowl <1 l t,r'thlnr ts
bowels re Itanllihdl liv ti'P Ik r t'l
A -h ititte"stllh-great K .5tem rf-' iua'tr '"imi l its 'iin ot'' titi iii]:ig iibirrds
The fr.itqi nt *11 o f titi- r ,ue- V Iof i ihab-i:al) l il. lil 1'.- onitlng
doses s tlt'Il t1 tihe t e nifc eat chli |0 i ) was cue>l drianatic pifttir' of the war.
will iii tiiitlii perfect tthe rl i itn he Ii'3 T lirt' n w.its Sm'ttii;g Ibhidil the trail,
ilv. (4etiK Ii)ttleat o tewilliPtlt' f'
ver is vet afr offt i oet witt flt l itI, ,iutud ts he alte lupover lth crest lit, was
., reg l ly. Proinipt a-,'ion NOW i outlint-l ialillst it. U ndura trit tumphal
I,. putting youtrse'f aid family in t-4 ,,li arch (t f vil;ns tb, isldicrs stw a younig
tion to relt hotil tibpl" ,.r un nt man in tinhe lunifiin of thO avy, his
spare you sflTeriig tanil so row. face white with the pristn pi:llr as
Prickly Ati ll hitters cait he oltatn"e his wliil duick, uald strangely ill en l-
fronm aok-erni &a, Btewart. trust with tiht fitIeru tan of their own,
ROtT. W. IAVIs s. II it. IURj and with serit)us eyes, who looked down
at them steadily. For it motient he
DAVIS & HILBURN seented to sit inotionles: nnd then the
waiting lhnd struck up"The StuarSpatn-
Lra, A3 J glcd Banneor." A straungt tthiig it wvas
That no ontto elietrd or slintred or gave
an order, buit (viry r.IIt ric" i this feet
ofieupnstairs in Palatka National itankl Blil slowly, took off his hat sl.iwly, and
SPalatka, Florida. stood so, looking up at himn in absolute
Ssileuce. It was one of the most fil-
ll practice in all Stale anl ,, prestsive things Iver saw. Ntoinoise nor
S purtcs.ein m 7-tt blare nor shouted acclaim could Ihave
touched the nicanittg or the depths of
., feeling there was in that silence.
H. W. AVERY, Then a redheladed, red faced trooper
COUNSELLOR A*I' LAW, letnped duwn into the romld and iihonted,
UN LL A L "Three cheelirs fur lHobson '!" The men
Palatka, Florida. roared and cheered. The rough riders
Office Palatka Nation.i l snk Tiltiii uvet a cowboy yell, and officers with
sons of their own in West Point leaped
Will practice in all Courts, Statei and up and down, attnd a foreign attache
Federal. mu\ lI lan threw up his helmet into the air. Hob-
, son rode down rbetweeu the lines, rai--
*I DIP laug his cap and smiling doubtfully.
S='i u HINDIPO Probably no one ever received reward
fSITORu S VITALITY so swiftly or fro n such worthy bands
as those of the men who first taught
him what he was to his countrymen.
< They were no seekers after celebrities.
W01 Man That will come later. They were men
rETH T o of ML instead, who knew a brave man, be.
KE EAT s,'. cause they were brave. They had won
H REMEDY produces the above result the very ground be was on from the
days. Cuteaas in DebtiD v,1o0,oiiQ enemy. It had cost them the loss of
Failtmt e Slo topsall drnlms n 1,800 oomrades. They came running
i yed by err t of youth. It wards ofi In
5adConsum|ltion. Von Men r aln Man from the trenches with rifles, from the
Old Melt recover nouthfetllgaor. I lake where they had been washing
i businesss ors m1rrlase. EIu ly carried In clothes. They charged up the hills of
Spoctel. PnicS 6 Boxea a.t San Juan a second time and surrounded
hi plain pack. UU 1 !.5. a el w I
ransatee, OR.-ANO'M1. rt0ls them in a shouting, happy mob. Be-
hind him rode two Spanish officers who
ACKERMAN & STEWAliT. had been taken beyond the lines only to e
find no one to exchange for them, They e
0 n ,_- iE sat on their horses, blindfolded with
"first aid to tile woniled" bundtgeK,
i a id listuned to the tribute the Almeri-
,V IGD-i E *cans paid their yuting countryman.
Ealy, Qulokly, Permnently Restored There ins hlw:s something hunator.
TI NDVIN slid eh os about tl. jackies, and after the
mA ErIC aNi l nt s serious, earnest ate of Holiron it was a
atnl toCart Inaolonta. Fliti, isxst, Hut-rit c utt
Nervous Debillty. Lost Viltallit,, nil l.,:. conico relief to see six obstinate nules r
sellita Memory-the result ofo(),r.orkd, Wrru dragging an aitlbulauc.o louded with 0
lickneas. Errors iot Youth or 0Jtr-indutigeit,.
Prlis o0. andi : Ioes Is. even clean, start bluejackets, grin- |
Por quick, politiendlastin a tresuttit,e.u Iing, shouting, rolling over each other
Weakne". Inmptene y. Nervoutt De lnit, l I ,i t
Vitality, se YTLLOW LABEL SPECIAL- dtul,o, in gleei. Every one who bad started to
trtlah-will Igiveistrenoirthand stotire I,' run after Hollitn stoppI"l to chlier them,l,
oand ePilln et: nall. but they were tuned aside frin it (lit (
Rc-Abottleof the fm re hy the enlisted meu shouting, ".'y, but
tI Nerrivenwitra. Cold niLr yon etH fellersdid not do a thing to
tht in Ihe other night "
ACKKtMi \N & T.'V it I 1'. "Say, we heard yiit; wse?"yelh ld the
jackies. "Your shell fell: -ht into our
plcrt i-. ~f', liohopital yard." 'iay, but we wired
.--.. we wits with you; see?" '"li~ly cotinle
Sin dead in carts." You could not s,.
N eed he street f,,r t' ::i,"
d I wis no tiiiw fir ch'-ning sitiiles.
Mcin wi.r hstaul ou.< Lurisiug tunks
,t ud b!o hills, v..Ug hats mud shout-.
.A C hn."e ing. O'.ic'r w re shunting Hlit-,an's
Try the Seaside P:"""n',. ,..orwen t -,T laig
S,,. .bout t.l ,:etut,;A a ine.,t t. It wai S
r O n lle hir., excellent hbathing the t.a e stiry all tbo wat., to i-lbon,-y.
d the prettleet Ieach on the At- Every larie gro.*i of uldics I... 'Yca:nI e
l" l tle en.., where the air 1i pure s,. stfa d u t tulll t" ntio at tr h'.l tihl,
11 i fa il'tif i;.rny uuin Wi:i they
s't.i rcfre'hii. ricoig(i:~' d tit mnc. they waved their
lihats and ch reil.
.e ."sCor '* O nado Beach... Hobson was the tirst o:,1ecr I have g
Stee-tn itlut d In shIx days They have w

..p* ds the Procession. ,|'bitvsuty-rritI ,' Y. reo, d.
-^ ....' -.'.,.-j "i t.i);>-.ii'i N inj a rowtl. bnut tho men gave a yell
'** ViO 1' ri i .w New wheu t:i'y saw iltit and ru-lit'd wains
i '' '( **1e. nnV tw i h 7f f'.*l hi:h through thbe river n:itd stopped the
',4la.W .uI ytu'h ca3i Lt r tC'- cuvril'udtowbh'.lothlcy ncbhid hiui, shook
,o.*th,,iolts SI 'n .i' rite both htis hands ait noce tntl guve him
Sa *w.', tnl 's lh'. three ui',ers. As he rotdhalotig they told
ME^.'^~L.h-:-ju im it Hm th,. gs that ,li"1 t 'ppene'd L
$;pf I HOTEL. while e hai beea t Jltti andi how ,n a in
E't ELL. [ day he bad be o..ow a nhuts. 'u.l i lju ,I
W---v.s, E L o ni w tn sFt t wodaerfe l rade a n
^^^^^^^^^H aIdr-'l"*, Xv49 *(al r,,, Il-'. Totuug muuu if .' .u oasver ans. ken-


to ne turuUngii tUe enemy a country
guarded by your own countrymen; on
every side to hear cheers and approval;
at every step to know your work was
done, and well done; to know the weary
days in jail were over; to feel the situ-
stion and see the great mountain peak@
and royal palms beading beuedicGion
under a soft blue sky.
Best of all, when he rode through the
twilight and reached the coast nud saw
agaiu in the ofing the lights of the flag-
ship, his floating home, anud then from
her across the water came the jubilant
cheers of the bluejacketq, whocould not
even see hint, who did not know him,
but who cheered because he was com-
ing, because he was free.-Richard
Harding Davis in New York Herald.
B fckEn' Arne aS.'ve.
t',e Best Sitlve in the world for Cnta,
llntl Ps, 8.irem, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
,'(,veir Seres, better, Chapped Handsl
Ilhillplles, antl all Skin ES unions,
lititl l-ti'ely >ture Plits. or n' pay re
4t'red. It It. gtrnrii-sted to give per-
,. I :tlMt'er in r no)ltn reftinled
I' i 25i ceilts pr lto\ For srle by
'el<'rin n & Stewart.


Oood Oflces Only Tendered Onoe.
When the Spanish prisoners boarded
tht .t. Louis. all withl the 'xception
if Cervera) % ire tiked to sign au agree-
mlu't that thiuy wnuld do their utmost
during the voyage (o quiet disturbances,
anid would under no circumstances be
temip)ted to tmalper with thi machinery
of thei ship. One nina refused, saying
that thi word of u Spaniard was enough.
lie was put under guard and refused
tihe special comiforts given to the others.
At them end of the tih st day at sea he of-
fered to sign anything which he was
asked to sign, but Captain Goodrich re-
plied that the good offices of the Unit.
ed States'were tendered only once.-
New York World.

Lea "Danserous For Him.
Weyler is devoting himself to fight-
ing the Spauish government with his
tongue. This may be unpleasant to the
criticized, but it is less dangerous than
if he were in the field.-Boston Trav-
eler.


Decidedly Negligee.
The popular uniform of the invading
army is said to consist chiefly of a car.
tridge belt, a rifle and a plug of tobacco.
-Omaha Bee.
A Spanlsh Prisoner.
Righ o'er his head the starry flag i. floating,
But on his breast he wears the saffron gold.
Our prison bumt securely close around hirn,
Though, Migo, friend, the name we have an
ruled.
But never onncehje senis to lienr the cheering
Tait greets the story of a victory wun
And cares no whit that we are all rejoicing
When news Is brought us of a brave deed
done.
Be sits apart and sings with sweelset cadence
The songs learned long agoe in unny Spain.
We cannot chide hint, fur we loue the rebel,
Our gold canary front the Spnish mainm.
-Bostto Tronscript.

No Epideuith.
Although yellow fever Itas 'hi* ia ily
nide iOF aipp Bar, ce ai a f-w p"i ts in
lhe 4ouillt. It S l(w not f.11 ,w t, l' th-
Ite-pee will prevtll igeeridl y. A Little
-* il lni1 siliue It n I prel'a ratti n ill
sahiltintg up l),htit the. tliticeholti a,,d
-xtrn iare to ltinital lie It.- in the
it-,, im all thtt Is r quir d to k-ep )nu
S se a w. F .r cleat, l. ,tr'iIg hi-
ni g,t'nal regtiltlatngthei yst sIn. P.ick-
.\%0l Bitt r s its an e stalishl d repou
-ilion. Ii pitrlflis the to' e's.l irne ith
tni the ki'!treys andt live- ptr' motes di-
rs hImn and he-lthy reg, la sity Ih ongil
in' te hotly. Sold b3 Ackermuan &
Stewart.


Notice to Tax Payers.
The city tax books for 1ht7 .1ixes wli
t* cited Inly 3i.t. l.tpxinri fle
I chi date distress wari ants w;ll bh
-'ittd for all unpaid taxes
By order of the cit iont'iil.
T. B ANIDE.tO)N.
Citvy l'Ix ('.hlltcoI".
P,.latka PFla.. June 21. lIIS). tid
Notice.
Wi'. the underslgetl. have severed
tui connection with 'T'., P Itn i loin.
S(. inmrdial and It e-liiment Ab',cia.
", -. 1111 are iat ri-i.,nti :;e in who ,
,,' 1. ,lt lr it's hltuiti ctre ,toiir.it
,\ -N ,,e. I, I. I rUl I.I
SII I' ti-EV,
t. I'. IloLMaV,
H. r''I1t ,AN.
FRA'T;CIS M(1 V61KINs.
k'A. lIs. JI Jun,- 2:1, IN>H.-4w
The victory rsts with Amiericii's,
greatest medicine, Hoo'l 's ar4ipatrilln
when It enters the battle.i,gainst impure,
lood.
%I tsarlon with Xalarionu i'abiol guthr
ntt.ed cure for chills, fever and ug ie.
r money refunded. 0) c-ints. All
ttiggst$..

M.elarloln I deT4ldef bitr tHste.
' te chills andt feve. at: .. the liver
'ri( reg.'lates the sySielii 6 #U .allv. .Al!


AN OPEN LETTER

To MOTHERS.
WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIG1i 7 TO THE
EXCLUSIVE USE OF TIHE WORD "C.ASTORI." AND
"PITCHER'S CASTORIA," As oUR TRA MARK.
1, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of H/:arnis, l asahuseft8,
was the 3 riinffI r f **PITCH;R'S CASTORIA." th, same
that has borne and does now on every
bear the fac-eimile signature f /7! wrapper.
This is the original "-PITCHER'S CASTOr.iA,'" r has been
used in the homes of the Mothers cf Aerica jor ,T;r thirty
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at :' wrer ad .": tf.'t it it is
the kind you have always bought' / e
and has the siga.'re of :vrap-
per. No one ha3 azl.tho'ily fro:0i :'m3 o s j ;t-,,: ex-
cept The Centaur Company of v ii,': S.. I', 'cr is
President. ,' -
Mlarch 8,1897. '. "

Do 0ot Be Ncoctvd.
)o not endanger the life of y', :hihl by accepting
:A cheap substitute which son, : :r:;t may offer you
x )cause he makes a few more py U.:i,:is on it), the in-
gredients of which even he does n.t know.

"The Kind You Have Always Bought"
BEARS THE FACSIMILE SIGNATURE OF


Insist on Having

The Kind That Never Failed You.
I W ee ....n.-


PETITION FOR LICENSE.
To Til HONORAilLE BOARiD OF COUNTY C)MaMISSIONERS I'LTNAM COUNTY,
FLORIDA :


We, the undersigned registered voters of Precitut No. (25) twenty-five,
'utnam County, Florida, respectfullv req'iet your h notable budy to grant unto
i). Ringham license to sell ales, wines, and spiriluous liquors in said Precinct
No. (25) twenty-live, for the year commencing October 1, 1I98, and ending Sep.
30, 189W.
NAMES. WITNESSES.
ID Rlngiam ................. Ja Rin)liion Willis Ctoot
W IiI'l"" ... ....... .. ... .. J;.. olWmsin ltinuha
ei HIul'alari ................................i.. .. 1. t liahti I) Ri tikan
H H J,hII .. ... ..... .. .... I. n ighal J aBowl s
wle B allhrd .. .. .... ..... ......... ... 1 Bli.han J W Unkies
J. W Huky. ........... .... ... ................ D lii ia John Jenkins
.lh 1 i'urell ......... ................... D ithtlin A A Williams
V 1) lHvers ......... ............ ................ D lllngliam A A W illiams
8teve livert ................. ........... l).ltiitghatw A A Williams
C H W ligg............ ... ................ D U tigha TJ oeale
L W fittinaii .................... ............. 11 ) ltiIliAtI T J Beale
J H Pullen..................................... U Inghuinm T J Beale
W H itilelde .................................. D Rutingiain TJ Ieale
KS Grttma .................................. J C Perkins TJ Beale
Andy Roberta. ............... ................ ) Riugham J.1 C Perkins
Robert.I Coleman ......... .. ........ D Inl ham J Neis
T 0 Lvlingstn ..................................... G W oblnson TJ Beale
14 Boles ......................................... T FBesle Loulul mtna n
T W Richardson..... ................. LW 'atterson 1 PRniaham
K W reen.... .. ........... ........ (W Itobinsint IR uha ,
W .N Ireeni ....... ... ....... .......... ............ < W Rthuinouit I itngihain
Alex Meanas ............... .......... Alex Riley )Iftnh i
Alirthanh Ortadv ................ ............. I TJ Heals )I ngha
l>avild fee .......................... TJBuIle IH ngtiam
Jaime Evans........... ............... .... TJ Heale 1i gham
(IC C Smilth. ................ ......... ............. Louis Boler I) i gham
C Thilgpin.................................... Loul Ibhliler i n ham
l i ler ................................... I) J a H iranfo 1) H gham
Peter M Hagan .................................. t W 'larke R nghain
H Husonl .................. ........... TJ feale DI ighaam
1' H Stergl.............. ....... .. ..... T e 1) Ringhain
Prin'e Cook................... .................. T J Beale D HII ham
A.jdrew .It hno5n. .... ............... .. ... TJ iee D Ringlam
WV ilgai ....... ........ ...... ........ .. HIt C Howell uRinglit ni
lritnry ,itsX iark1.leffert..iitt............... 'j,' .] ]jale 1> Itlignhan
Ilaywu'o.il hih xmark)l ..irs.y.................. T.1 eale I lilnghamn
.I W 'fnyltr.... ....... .................... M J TrmanI H C Loomil
11 Loomisn ......................... ............ Alex M.'lean. 11 Truman
'i W Tile ....... .... .................... T J alete I Ringhim
Elijah MalH rhi ................. ... .. ... ..... TJ ele 1) Ilngham
(I W Fowler................... ........... ...... T J Beale i? itigham
SA Fowler. ...................................... F Beale u Ringhaam
H J.1 HIttdlm ....... .................... ........ T J Beale 1. IBaTlard W Cammings
1) nowter...................... .................... TI J Bteate D itigham
Ut-rry (ok...................................... TJ lBea I1) ilngham
A .1 .0i)hns ................................... T J Bele 1) Ringhalia
I) I.elileltner........... ... .... ........ ..... T J Beale 1) Rthgham
O(rs 0nrasn ... ................... TJ Beale L Ringham
il .rffin .......... ..... ...... ....... 1) R ngi ani I l) lnghan
I has raham ................ lingham D Ringliam
NMInto An.ercon ................ ....... ........ TJ Bele J Itesale
It S u ek. .........k........................... J W Purce'l T.I JHealst
FrAnk Hmitson................................... TJ ) eale u RIngham
Jln Tvyre ...... ....................... .... T J te e ll RinSham
31M rhi mluter .... ......... ................... TJ Beale E 8 Oroom*
.lerr% Murph. ............. ............... TJ tiale !) tnlgham
Ik lits........................... ... TJ I e lei Ri Igham
I' Du an .. ................................ T J B1eal 1) Itnghem
SA h r er............................. ..................... T J ieale 1) Rugi ham
A .1 tchevers ............................. ...I ItJeale !. C CUsnoval
t rwiK Hiuidson ................ -,..........I..... TJ Iele ]) Ringbun
Nil Husn--------------------- ) Ritghamn I) Klngham
J 31 Hodges.................................... i W .ateon T J talis


STATE OF FLORIDA,'
i'orv'rY OOF UTSAM I
I'emronally appeared before me Duncan Ringham, who, being first duly
sworn to speak the truth, deposes and says tha bhe is the apnineant mentioned in
h,1ive and foregoing petition ; that each and every name or signature thereto
was made in the presence of at least two credible witnesse, and that each and
every name or mark aflized to said petition or applicat.on was the act and deed
t itl. prsant purporting to sign the same, and that there was no fraud, bribery,
-r reception ino procuring such signatures or names; and that all such signatures
.*r tnmes were obtained after June 3d. 1898, and In accordance with therevia on
*i the registration li'li heretofore made and In existence at that lime and now.
D. RINGHAM.
?worn to and subscribed before me this 20th day of June, 1808.
C. I. ROWTON., Justice of Peace.



LADIES omwJOHNSON'S
.I ONPlg mnUMG CHILL A ND


i. l^H^ FEVER TONIC.
/ br mo. entnsai 4i Cur p Fever
ACKER I AN A STEWART, In 1 y.
Palatk.d. Forld.


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W'


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In~


5ftyComfort!I Qukk 'time I LIn Rates.
VMaS" t Cuiineand "r"" e We Tusasse Ut 199%v evi~mehwTor
uhsfflogas femas won~eelwicaslam& oweNew 6"0l1i$"=a$sI


OOMINOHE now), ALUONQUIN, IROQU018 OHEROKEE, 8EMINOLE
NOMT9-lOU"VN. '
Steamer aem uJOnd to a secrdunUng t the uide.
'Irm O LL. rLA,#ealUiag at Cblamson) sut dTudayns It*n 1rspl.
e. anour of i ,ee 'o ,ds ,n" Uebedule.or a d oa Il
UbOUTlEl- U1S. u .ai;

S mmted to al fom Pier 2, B. t River. N ew k, at ra. 6 l6ows:
C...... Non- ,W an4wridaya
951MPLA.. (insMo atClharest.e) Moedayas.W ednsdaQt Ifldayn

Clyde New Itaglnd and Souhern Llnem--Frelhi( Only
calltinu at arilton. ., buth wayi
STEAMERs APPOINTLD TO SAIL, AS FOLLOWS:
Frromoot et HRega eet asokoanrlo PrP Lwms'A w iiiyA, aIton,,
ttnSDA.U, r5tilAVy.
CLYDrEs ST. JOHNS RIVER NE.
(DE BARY LINE.)
For Jackeonville, Palatka. Sanford, Enterprise
And Intermediate Points on the St. I )hns

Steamer HARRY G. DAY.
CAPT.W A. 81SAW.


Disappointed IwsoMI as follmoi.
L ves Jacksouville....... ..... .......... ...
'Leav Banford.,retmling...........................


T'ueidays ard latI1wdays at 5:001 .. m.
Mndlays and Thuredays at5 o iO in


oeseral Pssenrger and |tickt Offro*, a04 W. 8a8 Street, Jacklovhllle, I Is.
W. H. WARBURTON. E. P. A.. V. IRONM. W1 ER..Tls.. Fls. 'sM. Apt.
6 Hollngfr (ree. New York X West Hay t8.. Jacksonville,
W. H. IIENDiERBBSN. KE P. A,, Y OrNII( L. H i 1RD, Act; gSatl.
SBiowllrE Green. Itew York Fit IHogan t., Jartiovllle,
TVEO. 0. Ki R, T. t., 5 IrMtu;,g hiren. %ew York.


WM. P. CLYDE
is so. Deolaware At Pkiladelm4iie


& CO. Gen. Agts.
S Hewiltearsen, MNew Verk


-nn -


RUPTURE w.itifr oft u pnlth I. n gIII ,
th- -t we iexteinil a corill Inltatioln toiionl na
loo l selrig lnain e ut charge. t. io ,agree In,,
uiv U ierfial omnpIai t. fit u wsknd ali, patient to wear i..r ,,i,
we.k.kat the expiration ut whioh time we will
To those who know nothing of the AMi.ctIon refunAd the mone if faund nlft asIfIItory
Ofhrlsua(oeMnonlYocllelledariilttre)it)will ba a ITtING A TiA ,i.
s1inrlstaisne-it tmat m trith. nf tit hu- To think abourit I asay but it s oil v '
familyas a Ited4 with this ao alt.int. tn thaoe wha o t h,,rollg li nitleratslanI lh rii"lt
This Is true, the Jmuoft rt D'eat ,n t heret*ra vereiklndset rnigaOarRlilil l t
siomtous.aniii Jaetea inanu 'e'fni1., hie redned andi retalued with triss fitted a*-
t' e na thr .ylf reta ag orll h l .vl c r n ti o its own i*peculia ritry lIartn1.i LA
that is r unlverily ameaep ase ein irl t years of Ipr.tciie.tl experience In fliting truws
not only retalS the hernia, etl tl ,, i imot we haveont f,tiutld asking e ca. e tihs we c l.I.l
so iroaAiLl5 aned n esNi,uAI. appellate In nt.r'utnillit tsat., i.< ctl ..iw4ls ai>l.ced au,
fexisIlo. No. P TitUA,. TH, RE HEoiP.IRT ,I. ,E*
Asliwell known no t o lthe i.apllances for Mnny of w lit i nllht lbeg I"If tlh. lr ,
tbiJWAdYarenot-,,..c '&, *b we o on.ly ly te mad t,.lft; [IIt I& |iloere." eproe-; i'.
oftenudoing more Iar theinn g o imd a i ailmt sliIset every l*ilividual rq'ilrei a t if ri a
entirely to r,'alu the Ire l. Ihbmmaia ti fl pedi tluim ne peeulnlaNit' ur "- a I"
lieop'earr *ufft-rinir ik1 Ill fitting true.. ar tlhat it tom l ( efltted to y1 l. Pe
doing mithsuteamiIrely, thia1 'aimmlaagerlin i lheir ,h al tu'r ".
lives. b ,laA s ti s th tru se t ,y i'a .e tli ed t R ieware ha y, rdrbber us that t .Cana.ot be
have hpren the en.durable ptain iad ineon enr shtl without heatingi, as they will noti i 1.
--WE CARRY A FULL LINE CF--*
H. R. sad Elastic Trusses, Suspaensry Bindi;s, Passariks
and all kinds of Rubbar Goods.

Crescent Drug Store,
C. J. UARiRETr, Pr..pirletor.
P.tLArtA, FLORIDV.
-ll .. ..t ...


N)TICE THlE W.)R-INJS 1.4 VMSHlilA)
Thin' @g muaveme ml salul the CATufgil~heY 0it. 5I'rvsiv a a
Ot tue stightul.051 -I'i1i.11 m *i a 't C ~ a, *





Cog pulueliie. mm.seiliag am.' spieit cmasr i* ire I it. es's. of oil a a''
aks Wei
Th i a rmivi (- i 4 tlakl a!. 4*111tja
beariln,, or.. ,i' h. i. affhy*w f K. !P40i(1100 I,40 IIa4-.Q Jo -aIII.
you safle.. sI V- h a i''t g 'hi' 'toi.1-V YO.J5' .* 1 1 ,I
Fitrp Is m-et thi'. i a@ as't- ie.

IWI&TZ &GARTAe'"


Id tjjll'4pA 1116, atIii.t sIII I)., in:So'e.


-rujr 'vaserlRC -JCrAj h liltmVi '


m'oiirtlh Muinilln x:tilflo'uS.
The fourth expedition to Manila,w ithll
Major General Otis in comnnnd, anm.
coun)stling of talout 2.Oi,) men, salloei
from atMi rnincir.o Friday. Two tranps
ports, the City of Puebli and the Perun.
carried the troops.
All Itelllls Apwsed Upon.
General Shatter reported to the war
deoIrtment Saturdaiy that the umrren
der of Santiago had been definitely set
tied and nothing realined hut to hban'
do.. n the Spanish flag and hoist Olhi
G.orv.
The condition provided for the return
to Spain of General Toral's troops wish
as lii to doely as possible.
O.i G(lory lWorlmally IlIoated*.
The Anerlein flag was formally
twir'd over the governor's palace In
tasn L.Ign dO Cube at noon aSnday, Gen.
V'cKiablia l iNng ade temporary mill.
tary governor.
Thb Spaiush troop, in oooredaume
with the lmial agreement reached Satur.
day, deposirtd their arms l an a amory
over which Aumerleuan stood Sgard, and
everything passed of without a hitch.
Io-ttl Iitiea liavasile RguaiE.
Aisrr three days' conmltation be.
tw, a tile pireli'ent, Blretiary Alger
rni. ,,i eal Lri uke, iuriug whichh
ih r- e rfraqut nosammaunkatim with
a' i,.-nmi M: t1a at ti'nay, the details oe
(is # tlln )hialI expediltlo Wer pe.
a I-.is Ithei Ouditlm ismalf was ot
t..,. I way .io raiml Mi'm. with acm


I I

artillery and troops, selling Monday for
Porto Rico on the converted cruier
Yale, to be followed quickly by an
army of 80,000 men.
Laws For Santiago Province.
President McKinley on Monday sent
General Shatter instructions as to thli
government of Santiago province. H<,
directed the American commander toa
refrain from severity as far as possible
and to accord the Inhabitants all the
rights usually enjoyed in a free country.
Hurry Orders.to Watson.
Orders were issued by the navy de.
apartment Monday directing Commodore
Watson to have his squadron ready to
sail for the 3pan lh ooat by the end of
the wetk.
Trenmeal t Cof Cavs uad *Ii sMn.


CHARGE AT SAN JUAN.


How General Worth Led the
Desperate Charge.


IMPOSSIBLE TO BESTUIX THE MiE

bo Ordrly. OoomentM eller, ho W
bit While eadlns Over Slm and Wa
OCstled Of the 1eld. WHh im,. Tlls
the Oery--Genmral Worth n Two
Imllo t lems In HIs Chest, "da
Riht Arm ns rsetured-rFne Work by
Our malsoted Men.


I IlVlf.1oMc.'il L..i JiUL.


WAR NEWS

SUMMED UP

One Week's Developments In the
Spanishll-Amerlcan Conflict.

New Victory For Dewey.
A cablegram was received from
Admnal Dewey on Wednesday an.
ounacing that he had taken po.
usioum of Grande island with its
1,800 uan. A German cruiser pre.
vented the insurgents fring on the
place, whereupon the United States
warship Raleigh and Concord wore
dispatohed to the soeue and the kaiser's
veael retired.
Truee* Etended One* More.
General after reported to the was
department from before Santiago Wed.
needay that the truce had been ex.
tended until noon Thursday and added
if the Spaniards still refused to surren-
der at its expiration he would open fire
ao the city without further parlaying.
Yellow Jack Among Troos.p
It was ol.ially announced Wednes.
day that yllow fever hat appeared
among the American forces before Sun-.
tiago. The cases, 14 In number, were
Isolated, and the army health officer.
expressed confidence in their ability to
prevent an epidemic.
asntlaigo de Cuba Ours.
The Spanish commander at Santit4:,tg
de Cuba, Ueineral Toral. Thur t ay sua
rendered the whole ensteru end of tha.
Island to the A,.arkic.an on the bzisi. of
he and his troops, nunubriug ubo.uct l
000, being returned to B ain,.
Comimissoioaer were appointed by tha
opposing forces to c..rry uut the tern,
of the capitulation.
The siege of Santiago lasted tw
weeks and was remarkable in many re
aspects, and in none uore than the heavy
percentage of loss through death.
weunids or sickness of the soldiers all,,
sailors engaged i n both sides. A great'
ironlad tquad(ion was destroyed ani,
about 1,000 Si.inish sulilere died in tdie
trenchelis of tntago. About 2.50 Anmes
lean soldiers were killed and in rounli
numbers 2.000 sent to thehospitals froit,
wounds, fevers and other ailments. Our
flout had a remarkable exemption Iroan
disaster in the many eaigageuientst ii
had with the forts at the eutratice o
the harbor nud with the Situisl
squadron.
Mlove Ag illut Porto Rico.
It was aulnonuced in Wa-hinztrqo
Thursday that the fall of Suntaiag
would be followed at onte by auaggres-
sive move on Porto iico. Genera
Brooke. who had been in command u
Chickamauga, received orders to re
port to the war department and goe
final initrnctrins reugnriiz:g tio prno
poaod 1ew izivsikun.
Ilielilh verr lie 1 urrender.
T'le coniimnisliou In behalf of ti
United States, consisting of Generac.
Wbieler and Lawton aid Lictrenart
Misey, appointed to arrauge tht idhiui .
for ratrying intoeffect tuo wcpitulati(iii,
of Santiago, met the bpanish oomminit
sinners Friday, but no agreement w.'m
reamoled
A hitchi ov.uirred over the( question o
arni, the t trn utiuder (eneial Torn
wantitn Ii r gulis retnirtaed to themi
when they reniaod the t.i nisbh shore
Tati aoteimslou the Americans drrolinel
toigritint i;nd the nett,ng ad.;ou,.ne,
with ut etecting tbhefi tal surnander.
aplisah Ulid, r bstliril I.d6W.
A royal decree was published in Ma.
dr:d Friday tteiqr riily untpendlii.-
thioulghout the i .m1iiJiMl> pellill-olm the
rigih, of inilividuans as guiaraiutoueii L
thile arlsti:ultl')i.
'1 TI iulit .1 ui of thii decree wai
g Ptenatllv asepted as rei.ng ronivitilli
pr'.4I ill ot uin was ready to sue 10.
iatr;..e.


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The avy department Lieutenant Colonel William S. Worth,
The navy department is showing ev- Thirteenth United States infantry, with
ery reasonable courtesy to Admiral Cer Thrteenth United Stte infantry, with
vera and hi fellow prisoners, even go- four bullet holes in his body, proofs of
ing so for as to make a money allow. the efficiency of Spanish riflemen and
ance for the officers. When they escap- sufficient enough recommendation for
ed from their ships, most of them were his promotion to be a brigadier general
forced to jump into the sea. They con- of volunteers, which he recently receiv-
sequently had little clothing and no ed from te president, arrived at his
money when captured. They found home on Governor Island the other aft-
their penniless condition embarrassing eroo. Although wounded four times
when they reached Portsmouth, N. IL,Alhough wounded four ime
and undertook to cable to their families at the charge up an Joan hill, Colonel
in Spain. Secretary Long issued an or. Worth reached Governors island in
der giving the Spanish officers the priv- fairly good condition, and his doctor
liege of communicating freely with says that, with ordinary prudence, he
their relatives and friends in Spain so will beo up and about in a month.
long as they do not send contraband nl- Colonel Worth, accompanied by his
forumntion. The navy department is also orderly, Corporal John Keller, Thir-
answminmg maty inquiries from Spain teenth infantry, left Siboney on the
bout the fate uf men who were oiy of Washin to last Tuedy, J
board thie Fipanih vessels.-Fredoritk City of Washington lat Tuesday, July
SijziingLr in Chicago Times.Herald. 12, was laudled at Fort Monroe, taken
to Balltimore by boat and came to New
Von Diedericha York by the Baltimore and Ohio. On
Adinral v on Didleri s-T, the arrival of the train he was met by
Itaa't you try somne ,-aly tricks. is wife, his sister and his sister-in-
You vill flndt you in ix, law, Mrs. Coftfl, the wife of Captain
Admiral vos Dled.richts. William H. Coffin, Fifth artillery,
Adnmiinl v i Dieidratlis, whose battery is now at Tnmpa, await-
Hit lChorga Dewey do not mix. lug orders to go to Porto Rico.
You vill got so le awfui licks, Coloul Wcrth is not above 5 feet 6,
Admiral von Diedenilbst. and, wt ighing in good health not more
Admiral von Dioderielis, than i150 pounds, L.oked very much
Is t'half doz n altnita kicks: thinuer and weaker than when be
Dot ju1 II f1wl, su na awful kleka,
Admiral von Diederickh. marched away from Governors island
-ciitvelsand Ptnin Deiler. at the head of three companies of his
.regiment one morning in the latter part
1l, silphts w.th in i'Gratil'pliiiile of April. His right arm was in a sling
Ir P. ~raph, It ,)- ,. ,, i ar wi t and he walked with some difficulty.
t ilo,i'.,r,,, ,l Ha ,t 1 The soldiers at the island saluted him
a at'a II la,1ta t with the left hand, that the colonel
might return the salute in kind.
i i. ,..; v ..ti i ','i.s. ,., ,, When be got home, his nephew and
S' ,t, -.,11 .,1 : 111 ,is iis family phbyician, Dr. Sprague of New
-.- I' .'1 i.,,,. ,., ,k,,,, .I I York city, made a careful examination
f. ro iii ., ,, a of his wounds and general condition,
ir ti i' "',, ., .It. r and then ordered his patient to bed, di-
f, J I .. .. ,, a reacting him to see no one but the mem
bers of his family for a week at least.
v l .... a ... j Colonel Worth objected, but obeyed.
*i -aia.' aH. ndl a11 '. r ,,,i,,, From members of the family a reporter
'crf, c aly a~I i l~a i-. a1.1 t ,.. ..,.learned something about Colonel
va,,s IiI- I| .. '.a ,).- a,,,li ,, Worth's wounds and how be got them.
.ff, i a ,i u .' -. ,. Shortly after 4 o'clock on the after
noon ct July 1, El Caney having been
'ill a "a.... "'t -",.t ". a. ** taken in the morning, the Thirteenth,
orchestras, or vocal or nlostrumentsl Sixteenth, Twenty-second and Twenty-
-. I. lves oiitm, will 'ei,,, fourth t'.fantry and the Third and Sixth
i i lea.|~ctire as the purchase. of rc" .- (dismounted), with the rough
It i the pero .ade;: and the Seventh, Ninth and
,, It i te |er Tenth infantry held in reserve, were or-
macLine W\rile r.,r ctatlog,,. 0 .. dared to attack San Juan hill and cap-
tl tih ColumnbiaPhoinogriaph CCompa tre the blockhouse on the summit.
'.1 F. Baithlnlre it.. lii,]imore. Si, Colonel Worth, when the attack was
ordered, commanded a brigade. Soon
after the battle began Coloelu Charles
CI A. Wlroff. Twenty seoond infantry,
CASTORIA eon the field. He ranked Colonel
for Isats iam iiUma. Worth and took command, =ud Colonel
n vWorth resumed command of his regl-
S T YM I Ament. Colonel mlith, commanding the
SThirteenth, not being present.
ean t oe In less than ten rninare after Colonel
..gat.aa of Wlkoff bad ci me on the field he was
killed. Thenu Cololiel Worth resumed
'" commaiund uof the brigtule. only to be
wounded himself aud succeeded by
i' T \ Lieut-uent Colonel Lnerwon L. Kis-
S' cum, who was #ilso wonided. The oom-
.. *' ,' imand of the Thirteenth was taken by
a Major Philip H. Ellis. H wis wound.
ed and was sunc.eededl by Captain James
FRONT 3 r., PALATKA, FLA. Fornauce, who was killed in a few min-
First.-llaa -fork guaranteed. utes after taking command. Captain
Harry U. Caveiiaagh then commanded
""t ( the regiment Cavenaugh was wounded
-- -- -- ... ...... In the groin in the assault.
*Colonel Worth was wounded twice
!i 'A V 1 1 lin the right arm early in the engage-
Sment. One bullet pierced the arm just
Above the elbow and the other just be-
L L i n-.. .. In hii left hand and lud hi men to the
MB1 PI O, K OAK and 1AS8 Ora freshh attack. Shortly after this Mane
by t-er foot, *ugrad sr load. bullets struck Colonel' Worth in the
Ordeta iofta AIkermank Stewart' right and left breast. The bullets went
drg sure., G(-y mHr., nod WIller & clean through the body, leaving the
O.'. I ra"ers, will ret ive proml at. colonel all In a heap and unconsdolo
lten Trkln lt. .mlltu M vna the field. Killer saw him fall sad
Alad Tguae stlt t. I q l0 ran to hts assistance. Colonel Weorth
didn know what had happened until
Kelle Lr ought him amronud and told
him. While the orderly was beading
r 1 over bhis bitf a piece of shell struook the
S orderly in the back, right un top of the
cartridge belt, sad p ipeil out a had.
M- falat of hluh. KrllerstuckLy hisuolonsl,
a tn d after awhile the two were med
( *e offthe eld Luguther.
S "T'u Leut thing that can beao
I a L,,,. about the ight," nM Keller to to Ir
t. ., 00% W rM.* porter, "tisthatIS wao a hot tie, |'ve
I r m un oue ilSiterl;.a I ut laever knew
.t.' thse balleoCs I t iousteh 1.inam direltl
57 k T" Mt 4 1 at MiLa .Vik asu soutoedu imte i .. s ydid p.
"' i.,:.5 t ,u..u sat ail ,l I 11 aI t o ever be-e
.. ir ir' '- ot ill mt atb lllt.e'i WL ti. It i l't das o
Sw.tbhn gbut batl yiou ree .fti );utO mso"
5.co o how ii I,. 'h e .. tl, li, ha,wits Ji
1hare wamv kt. tom ..... Irht on f aohfeL.


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THE TIMES-HERALD, FRIDAY, JULY 22


EWSOF? T' STATE


FIcridaNcs CullEd ForThe

Times-Herald Readers.


Some f the M re I m-
porant Events.
Large quantities of phosphate are be-
lng re-shipped from Pensacola.
Shep Hodges expects to get 200 tons
of cassava root frmu the forty acres he
has planted. T'lh salks are now waist
high and the fllil is the tinaet of all the
hundreds of acres 'lantetd about De-
Laud.-Record.
The ',,tal n8ess.ed valuation ol the
property of Luke county is $2,575,000.
The millage was fixed as follows: Statr,
.'1: general fuud, 2j; school, 5; road
and bridge, 11.
The acreiae of sweet potatoes planted
in Orange county in three days la-t
week was probably gl alter tli.oin hia
been planted in theisatue lenti ht o ltinne
during the pist itwuty years
J. Sykus, of ()ran-e coulntv, sent to
London, Enstland, a few da s ango, f(r:v
alligator hides, that he dressed amnd
tainted himself.
A lhuiter recently bought 125 'gator
hides into a store at KisBitmee, for
which hli receciveid ,f'91 Nearly all of
the hide- tueasu.led between live atnd
teu feet.


It is only about 700 miles from Miami
'to Sant:ago'. A fast vessel could make
the distance in about forty-two hours.
Dan Wagoner & Co., extensive cattie
owners in Texas aid Oklt.homa. have
purchase 1 their two large ranges of Dr.
Langfo i,, in Lee county, including a
goodly number of beef cattle.
At the Like county convention, held
in Tavaies last week, the Abramis ticket
was w:ihdrawn, and Robert McNamuee
and A. I. Wainwright were nominated
for th. legislature .
A cantaloupe grover at Gainesville,
who planted about fifty acres in canta-
loulwls this season, has cleared nearly
{ 10,(0I I.
r Are You Weak 1
Weakness rmnifeists it.> If in the laos of
am itnl'.in andl ahiiinre slopes. The llttdl is
watery : the tissues are wast in--the dmr is
teing:pt'ilwd for disease. A tltle ofolrowns'
Iron I.iitirs talen in time will restore your
strength. 'soothe' our nerve, make your
Itiatl ri ch unlt red. )o you mores good
than anexpensive special course ot'mlirine.
Browns' Iron Bitten if sold by all dealers.
Crop Reports.


Tha2 Fountalh of Youth.
We all remember
C -t'-storyn of Ponce
de Leon Oeeking
the fountain
eternal youth; and
we all sympathize
with him in his
search. Youth
means so much. It
icans more than
life-for sometimes
life becomes 8
weariness. B u t
it abounding
health and vigor,
Slowing cheeks,
i and p ark ln
covet genau
ine youth.
m. esa or dis.
ease which
ages people
before their
time, is not the result of accumulated years;
it Is the effect of wrong living and unhealthy
blood. When the blood is pure and fresh
the body will be full of youth.
Thousands of people who seemed to have
lost their youth by disease and suffering
have foundit again through the use of Dr.
Pierce's (olden Medical Discovery, the
most perfectly natural and scientific rejuve-
nator of the physical forces ever known to
medical science
It givesthe blood making orans power to
make new btoodl, ftull of the lifewgiving red
corpn clerk which drive out disease, build
up fIesh t.u, solid musculsr flesh and
healthy nerve forrce. It gives constitutional
power, deep anrd full and strong; rounds
out hollow chneklnand tr:ac iatundforms;
gives plilri nrrss eolor and animation.
It doesni ut m ake, flabby fat like cod liver
oil. On this account, it is a perfect tonic
for corpulent people.
It aids digestion and the natural action of
tir" liver, and by feedijtm the nerves with
highly vitalized h ledi)d aiies nervous.
mesr. neurn'lia and insomnia.
Where a conitipated condition exists, the
"Discovery" should be used in conjunction
with Dtr Pirvec's Plesant 'elleti, which are
the nmot perfect. mild and natural laxative
in the world Thee is nothing else "just
as good ''" There is nothing that will do the
work so thoroughly, surely and comfortable .

Missing (Girl Found.


We clip the following from the .Ia'k
sonville Metropolis of Tuesday:
"Some weeks ago the sudden disap-
pearance of a youne woman f'nm Pa-
latka was, announced. Her father be-
cane vry much worried about her,and
has Ibeen trying to find her whereabouts
since she leli, about Ma 8,h. Notices
of her disappearance were placed in the
papers, audla young broy who once went
to school wit h her a w her here in Jack-
souvile, and wrote to her father about
it. Today the father came to the city
to Itiiid her, and, in company with Po-
liceman .1 ..Argo, lie went to the house
of .1. 11. Mar tin ani there found hil
daughter. andl also found that she was
being w ]I trIeated anilt w is perfectly
conlenited, and as elie wanted to remain
with MSi. -.rtin ai d wife, the father
C Insented.l
"The daughter said,so hlie ,pohicemIan
reports, tiiht sie was etmptl(nvid in ni
restaurant in Palatia miltd *aw an adver-
tisement for a Hirl and ishe came to get
the 1lace anIl did so, and was contented
wit|h till. t.iaols dn. .hi ia aboult flaan


The current number of the Monthly "e o..l ad .. -e .............
years old, and her name is ,1sne Coth-
Bulletin, gives the following general er Her o bn rt t remai i t
Rverage as to the condition of fruit and re, Her objection to remaining at
fi ,h t,-n 0.: home was theudisagreement with a step-
'.d cotton, 70 mother. The police had bern itqiested
Sea island cotton, 79 to watch out for the girl, and they, as
Corn and fled pean, 7 well as the father, were gratified to-day
Sugr canSe, s to find that she was living prope iy,snd
Oats, 73 trying to ea n a living by work."
OatE, 73
Rye, 78 T. Brigham Bishop.
Rice, 791
Sweet potatoes, 71 In the New York Journal of March
Irish potatoes, 81 20th is a song, "It takes a mau to be a
Cabbage, 80 soldier." by T. Brigham Bishop, who
Tomatoes, 721 cut a wide swath in Palatka and other
Cucumbers, S4 points in Florida up to twelve years
Beans, 75 aga.--Sanford Chrounice.
Eggplants, 71 Why, Ocala, too, is slightly acquain.-
Peanuts, 88 ed with Mr. T. Brigham Bishop, for
Hay, 86 was he not the factor in building the
Tobacco. 69 splendid Silver .Spings hotel twelve
Watermelons, 81 years ago, which he ran so successfully
Cantaloupts, 8for several seasons, when a dastardly
Orange trees, 77 coward burned it to the ground. As a
Lemon trees, SS promoter, T. Brigham has few equals,
Limes, 65 and as a song writer and first-class end
Grapefruit, 74 man in a negro minstrel show, he had a*
Bananas, 73 national reputation years ago.-Ocala
Pineapples, 04 Star,
Guavas, 71 T. Brigham Blihop is well known in
Peaches. 75 Palatka, having been only a few yeats
Pem, 54 ago one of the largest property owners
Grapes, 85 in the city.
A Womderslsl Dieovery. Meener vs. Time.
The last quarter of a century records HIaving a stock of Watch and Ulock
many wonderful discoveries in medicine. Material on baud, and wishing to' qult
but none that have accomplished more for
humanity tian that sterling old household the repair business, I will do worse at
remedy, own' Irn Bitters. It seems to the following low prices until stock it
contain the very elements of good health,
and neither man, woman or alild can tak useed up: Watches and Clocks-main
Brit without deriving beated benefit. prng, 715c; cleaned, 75c; and crystal
Browns' ron Bitte i so by alldealers. on watches. 10 to 15 cents. Have had
elevenz years experience in watch
Skin DiseaM Cured. and lock making. Give me a call
For the eure of totter, itoh, eozema, and be convinced
erylpel. and all Irraibility of the PRRBtY K NXIL
skin, Dr. Edmoudson'i El ema CUre .. .
Is the 'standard. Address Dr. Rank -. 6. TSy1lloit0K
Edmoatson, Atlanta, Ga. Pse O, .
per bottle. mll-


Progress Under Sheats.
HIon. W. N. Sheats, State Spi;eriti-
teudent of lEducutiou, was in town yes-
terday, looking after the interests of
the summer training school. Mr.Slieit,
during his incumbency, hns wrought
many radical und beneficial changes in
the public school system. He has ele-
vated the standard of its teachers and
thereby largely augmented its etliclencv
and amplified its opportunities for use-
fulness. In spite of the animadversions
of the envious and narrow-minded, Mr.
Sheats has won the confluence and the
respect of the peopleof this state and he
deservedly enjoys in the highest degree
the esteem and admiration of our most
prog-essive citizenship for his manly
and fearless adherence to his conception
of right and justice. He has conyic-
tions and the courage to maintain them.
He is a man of resolute purpose and
tinquestlonnble integrity, and he does
what he believes to be rirht without
pausing to enquire whether it be popu-
lar. Already our public school system
under his administration has made gi-
vantic strides of progress, and ere his
term expires it will rand second to none
in our country. In the educational
word Mr. Sheets' fame has increased
by his progressive methods and his in-
tlexible purpose to eilarge the useful-
aess and ellicieucy of the public schoolI
asstemn of the State of Florida.-Pa-co'
Co intv Democrat.
Was Easily Fretted.
"My comipleniun wias verryv hd,l w*
weak and restless andl everything fret-
ted meI. I I iei various kinds of nedll-
cine without avail. I had no ap, etite
in i f. It a distressing fulitiess after eat-
ing. I began takIng Hood's 8arsal'a-
rilla and a few bottlth cured me." Miss
BlKsix RulKvas, Crawfordville, Fla.
Hocd's Pll's aie the only pills to take
with Hoodl's Sarsaparilla. Be sure to
get Hood's.
Funds in the State Treasury.
The State Treasurer reports funds on
hand In the several departments, at the
close of business June 30, as follows:
General revenue, l.i90,9S'. 77
One mill school tax, I5.,73.41
State Board of Health, 4,345.05
Pension tax, $12,)40.67
Tax certificate fund, 53,841 *2i
School fur d, principal, 512,S-30 : 3
School fund, interest, $2,44 .55
Agricultural College fund, S98.79
Experiment Station fund, 1t'i0' 34
Morrill fund, white college, $4,O11i 47
Morrill fund, netro college, t10t 7.3
Seminary fund, principal, $1,03597!
Sinking fund, bonds of 1173. Rl.L48S
Sinking fund, bondls ot 171, ?35.(i7
I Discover d by a Woman.


Another great discovery has been
made and bhat to, by a lady in this
country. "Disease fastened Its oluteohe
upon her and for seven years she with-
stood its severest tests, but her vital
organs were undermined and death
seemed Imminent. For three months
she coughed tInessantly and could not
sli ep. She finally discovered a way to
recover by parehablng of us a bottle of
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
gumption, and was much relieved on
taking first dose, that she slept all
night, and with two bottles has been
absolutely cured. Her name is Mrs.
Luther Lutz." Thus writes W. 0.
Hamloek & Co., Shelby, V. C. Trial
bottle froe at Ackerman & Stewart's
drug store Regular size 50o and $1.
Every bottle guaranteed.

Why allow yourself to be slowly tor-
tured at the stake by disease? Cbtl's
and Fever will undermine, and event.
ally break down the strongest constitu-
tion "FEBIB CURI (Sweet Chill Ton-
ic with Iron) is more effective than
Quinine, and being combined with
iron to excellent Tonic and Nerve Med-
icine. It is pleasant to take, and is
sold under positive garantee to cure or
money refund J. Accept nost aubstltute
The "just as good" kind don't effect
cures'

E. 0 EAuRLS & Co. will sell you a
large load of Dry tine, Ash or Oak
Wood to any part of the city for 1.
When you need wood cull up 'Phone 8
Skin eruptions will quickly disappear
following the use of Prickly Ash Bit,
ters. It purifies the blood, strengthens
digestion, and regulates the bowels.
Sold by Ackerman & Stewart.
Malarlon Is endorsed by best physi-
cians and uaranted to core chhIb, fe-
ver and ague, All druggist', or from
Modit-West Drug Co., St. Louts.


W. A. 1WYRRYD..LY

.. WHOLESALE"...

Hay, Grain, Flour, Meal, .Grits,

Orange Box and Building Material.
AgenIt
Bradley Fertilizer Co.,
Williams & Clark Fertilizer Co.,
Ray& Fickett Schooner Line,
,.ailing from New York to Palatka Direct.)

PALATK FLORIDA.


LiIANT


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IF YOU ARE f(.ING ANYWIIERE, WHETHER IT BE
TO THE

North, South, East, West,

Northwest or Southwest,
RIEMEMBERII THAT TIIE
plant y tem Of Railways
and
Steamship Lines,

WITH (.ATEWAYS AT

Port Tampa, Sanford, Jacksonville,
Charleston, Montgomery, Tifton.
And Various Other Points,
WITH ITS ALL-TIlE-YEAll-R()UNI)

.... DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE....

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Cheap Summer Excursion Rates I
Al' inforiintion can be obtained promptly by addressing or calling on
F. M. JOLLY, Div. Pass. Agent, 138 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla


B. W. WRENN. Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.



Florida East Coast Ry.
TIME TABLE NO. 15, IN EFFECT MAY It, im81.


ICUTE BOUND (ilsd Down).


NORTH BOUND (Read Up).


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We never did; but we have
msen the clothing at thia time
of the year so covered with
dandruff that It looked as if it
had been out in a regular snow.
storm.,
No needof this snowstorm.
As the summer sun would
melt the falling snow so will


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vigor
melt these flakes of dandruff in
the scalp. It goes further than
this: itprevents their formation.
It has still other properties:
it will restore color to gray hair
in just ten times out of every
tan cases.
And it does even more: it
feeds and nourishes the roots
of the hair. Thin hair becomes
thick hair; and short hair be-
comes long hair.
We have a book on the Hair ,
and Scalp. It is yours, for the
SIf you to not hbtain all tIe ellhents f
Write ,l oi.r .h u ,ut it. pro bably
othre is ninme dileulty with your genl.
o *Ie *>lm I dvll1.' i a y be I a lly re-
ie ovidt. Addr eri. f
t DR. J C. ATER, Lowll, aem*.








SL'PPOSIT Bo e el Oininwls n mA iiv e er-fi fr 1'i
of everyinatMr de ree. It muke. ana op 0ii.
with the Litife, which J1 painflii, tai oittn rr ;hI
in death une ar. Why endure thll Itorib
di s We pack a Written au0$ tol In g>*
"It No Cure, No Pay. .aid R I O $ I ,x, ,
$5. Sent by mn;I. Samples fire
OINTMENT, 2,e. and '.Oo.
CONSTIPATION cJ,,'e pe', ,t.i.8t, t
reat LIVER ald STOMACH RIlI.ATOR as.
LO A )D P UIR FI ER Sma ll, il H d I.l -n<
io take: enptcially adtaptd lor ]6.ldret'au. -
idoes 25 cents.
FR EE-A vi] of these famouslittle Peller
bet liven willth a t l>ox or more of Pile t ure
NOTIC"f-THTK .KNUIM FUS(H JArA i : P:
LUts for sale only by
ACKERMAN& STEWART.



1 Shattered Nervous System.
FINALLY HEART TROUBLE.
Restored to Health by Dr. 'ilee' NerNvne



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M I. EDWARD HARDY, thejollyman-
S ager of Sheppard Co's. great store at
Braceville, 111., writer: "I had never
been sick a day in my life until in 1I10. I
Sot so Wwith nervous prostratlou that I
had to give up and commence to doctor. I
tried our local physicians and one In Joliet,
but nonegave me any rolled and I thought
I was go ag to die. I became despondent
sand suffered untold agony. I could noteat,
sleep no rest. and It seemed as It I could
not exat. At the end of six months I was
reduced to but a hadow cf myself, and at.
last my heart became affected and I was
truly miserable. I took six or elabt bottles
of Dr. Miles' ryvine. It Bave -e rletn
trom the start, and at ltS earse, the Peat-
set blmoalf of Iy ife."
Dr. Miled' Bemedies
ae sold by all drug-
sst under a positive
guarantee. first bottle
benefits or moeBy Ms-
fuaded. Book on dis-
easesoa the heart and
retMfree. Address.
DR. MILUL MEDICAL CO., lkWt, la d.


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LOOK HERS The *successful !r'o-.'*r c i>ILADELPHI.A, July 1l.-The British
tank steamer Lucilene, now in this port, W are the chil-'
FOR LATEST hasbeen bought by the government to ren this summer?
_____ carry water to Cuba and elsewhere. Are they doing
e s The price paid is said to be $200,000. hwell P DOthey
Newsy Items Collected From All The Luelen e launched five years get ll h benef
ions of the INation hae oago at Stockton, England, and is built should from theirbfood
ectons of theNation have found out that only by of iro d steel. hehould from their food?
000 gallons of water. Are their cheeks and lips
Southern Stories. theliberal use of fcrtii'r:-. con- ST. THOMAS, Danish West Indies, of good color? And are
ItnTCAAVA170At Ga., Jly 8.-The gov- July 15-Advices received here from they hearty and robust in
o tainipaoateandsoveaenfwactual workthe hyletart y androbust in
irame t he ymaste naregm now at work taming io%/ 01and o:" ,: ',':ctUal San Juan de Porto Rioe show the in. every way?
Camp Thomai and will be ready to pro- habitnt of that place are greatly If not, then give thnm
teed to amsa fartbeor soueh to ro T, alarmed. They expect the port will be
eed to further south tomorrow, attacked by the Americans. The terri. iA 't E emulsion
NAenv naI Jhyris-Thei seventeentao o. a fled inhabitants are fleeing into the
isternationai Christian Endeavor coni- ;interior and it is said the city and
Tatlon opened today; will be in sessionbrb are partially deserted of liver oil -
atill July 1. Nearly all the states and C.n they raise large c:-,,ps c burb areratially p'wsphites.
territories, and also several foreign Co.UMars. 0., July 14.-A special to It never faills to build
countries, are represented. well flavore, richly core The Dispatch from Mansfield say 4 p delicate boys and irls
reeee -Ivr r;y prisoners in the state reformatory are ei 'p delicate boysand Birls.
DALLAS, July 7.-A fire at Rogers, strung up 'by the thumbs in dungeons / '1 ives them more flesh
Bell county, has destroyed about t ofrui and given only one scant meal day for ".d better blood.
I laces of business, causing a o WIc0 lWiive itr i,..', .,id par- having gone on a "strike" because their It is just so with the
010,000, partly insured. J.N. Brookes, Dllt, it 1th-,.',,.t. L i, ,Le tobacco supply was cutoff. Therewero Fy also. AlittleScott's
merchant and Lnker, to the heaviest fuor tu 25 others implicated, but they returned 7 > :ul0on, three or four
loser. Hi. loss amounts to $14,000. GIR It.,1 to work when informed what the pun- ) .,cs day, will make
TAMPA,Fla.,July6.-Thismorning Jim .O.., .. \o ishment would be. i..ns a ay, Will mal
Latham, teamster, attached to the Sec- WAMIIMNTON, July 15.-The war de- in baby plump and
ond brigade, shot a negro who had at. --- partient has posted a dispatch from rsperous. It
tacked him with a heavy whip. Three ror lo,wuu: it prouao:y can be put in Asistant Adjunt (eieral (Greonle af 'urnishes the
abots were fired, two of which were working order for the amount of insur of general Mis' staff s fllw young body ith
fatal. The negro died a few minutes space, but not without such loss of time "snly .'5 new cases of yellow fever and Just the material
later in the Michigan hospital. as will deprive the bay of fumigating three deaths reported within the past necessary for
CUMBEPRLANT, Md., July Il.-Gov. facilitie the greater part of the quaran. 24 hours. Type of disease mild. Camp g. growing bones
ernor Lowndes anitounces that thestato tine season. Veb els can be fumigated site moved whenever prac.ticable. Have = ,... ld nerves.
of Maryland will present toConimodore at the national quarantine station at tak n vigorous sanitary precautions to
Winfle-1l Scott BShley a magnificent Ehip island, Miss, prevent the spread of the disease.. '
sword. The i-overnor will also recom. MONTooxEaY, July 0.-Former n o0 MAIt il., TJnly 19.-The defense work
inend to the legislature at the next ses- ernor Oates of this city is a genera are ng s tively puhed at all ti e
aiou the rxsstge of a vote of thanks, without a command, HeO wasapoipiued Saeani en parts Te I newspapers ere
.TAC.KNVIT Fla. iL. July 7.-Infor. a briadier by the president about i~ t tht tile td rates intend a
imation has iven received hero ot the weeks ago and is willing, ready and enoimn ou"s itdemniity, "SIn order to hav
foundering OIL Sape'o bar, Ga., of the waiting to go to the front, but up tu the pret.ext to seize the Phillpiti nPA LA TK A
steam tug INate Spencer, of this port. this time they have failed to givo him a islatdls as a guarantee. The supp ose
The crew was saved, but the vessel is command. He thinks there are a Aimerician peace terms are greatly ex-
said to be a total loss. Nhp was owned greater number of ~orals than thete citing the public and the opinion is ex-
by George W. DeCottes of this city, and tre tirltp 6 Il l tp their comnmands- prebbed among the people that war to so the lireet llm
was not insured. that wheo he left Mobile a few days n," the death would be preferable to the
ATLANTA, July 0.-The offclal pro. there were more generals waiting there ruii of Spain. fd travel between,
grama of the reunion o' confederate vet- for assignments than there were regi WAiimx('ros, July 13.-The surgeon
erana, to be held here July 20-231, has ments in ramp there. general of the marine hospital service
been prepared. It is filled with inter- ms iceivePd telegrin front Dr. (ied- Ne W Y ork
eating events for the four days the con- (dings, in charge of the yellow fever de
mention will I*1 in tension. Hon. Charles When wear begins to exceed reimti tention camp at Fintauineblean, informn-
B. Hooker of Mississ!ppi is to deliver ini your body y.n alegiing total Nick ing the surgeon general thuatall suspects
theannual oration. The s lns of It art: loss of flesh pale except those from McHenry had been H avana
ATLANTA, July 11.-In all of the ness, weakness. nervousness, etc. TI e. discharged and saying that he was pre U. H a
churches of this city special prayers of riiir needed ils food. You tiji you paring to cloe the camp. He added a
thanksgiving were offered for the sue- eat enough. and yet you feel that yen statement to the effect that the quairau. s'V'.,.
cess already gained by the American r outmoretissue, energy, nerve tine had been raised against all places
wfar t io, e tissue, energy, nerve except Muery. |aeAs-nville
forces, for the future preservation of force than votir food make sor vo. e M enry.
oar soldiers and for the speedy retnora. Tu1 dlifihnu;iv s that you do not djg-St AxN FRAN(CtSCo, July 16. Advises Jacksonville,
lion of peace. This a"ticn was taken in enphtili. Anil t' is i so serious it is froi Hi onluuI indicate that the coast
response to a proclamation from the or'h s.itthig down seriously to think detense vessel Monterey will take po- Tampa and
president req.iesting same. IbW ut If you can't digest what you session of the Caroline islands before am n
CniClKAMtAUoA, Ga., July 11. Th e,, tkea few dose of Shaker P *ig- reaching Manila. While in Honolulu
great army at Camp Thomas is now be- t' ) I vreals. your flesh anit mkei yo. harbor Commander Lentze of the Mon- Key W ed
ing equipped with all possible baste f el sronger. You won't fall fi-k terey borrowed charts of the Carolines
and the supplies are reaching camp by poof thai It is In control of your re front Captain Bray of the missionary Railway,
the carload. Heretofore it has been the |lir apparatns It's easy enough t bark Morning Star and also consulted
policy of the department to ship the test this for yirselr. ''Take a few bo w6th that navigator regarding the har. A
ordnance and qqartermnster's stores to iesl of Shaker DIgestive Cordial. bors of those islands. Captain Lentze Mor*h
Camp Thomas by freight, but now the A, drugglts, price 10 cents to ti pe promised to return the charts when he End
equipment is being seut here by ox. bot Ie. reached the Philippines. a
p'res Tr elay is dangerous-wnen voquave SAN FRANCISCO, July IS.-It was re- oouth
MoMLt., July 8-The fifth company Cough or Cold, take PEEK'S PIN I. ported at St. Michaels on July 7, when Line
of the negro regiment which is mobil. -All iRUP at once; it will curt the St. Pauli ailed for this city, that the through
rising at this pace has beea mustered aConeningh, from Seattle, had been
in by Lieutenant Hollis, 10 strong. Is Iulckr. Peek's Drug Store, Lein-m overtaken in the Behring sea by a bhur. th
is the Anrt company that has been mus. street opposite court house. rirane and her tow, a river steamer,
tered in with the full complement of ***---- laden with stores, lost. The steamer
men. It is officered by Harry C. and cargo were valued at $40,000. Two OF
Vaughan, captain. Colden C. Brown, In Other Sectlons. barges, towed by the Alaska Commer-
Arst and William V. Brumby, second WARmiNworoN,July15.-PresidentMo.- cial company's steamer, were lost in
lietenant Kinley today, in speaking of the fall of the amue storm. They cost about $2J0,. iAk
ESavTA Ai, July &.-A package was Santiago, said: "I hope for earl3 000. A similar fate overtook the new
sat to the nnoutbern Express company's peace." river boat towed by the National City. ?or
elaostbyles.r. GeorgeTiedeman & Co. Ls oo, July 13.-A dispatch to Tb The loss in the last cae was $ O. f irCt
The company refused to reelve it unless Daily Telegraph from Gibhraltur says i h
th seeder paid for a 2-cent stamp to be American squadroti is expected at Tan. 18la the. J. W i
put on the bill of lading. The sender gier about Friday. S social C V.y eSs
refused to put the stamp on, and has MADRID, July :ii.-The government
referred the matter to the board of continues its assaianoes to the effect To be entertaining Nrite the General PuspM
trade, which institution will probably the ministers are not taking psrt in aun when one ocugit to be
take it Into the courts at an early date. peace negotiations which may be pro- asleep. To v,- sweets Agent for iemAl
WAyTCuoe, Ga., July ll.-Dr. A. A feeding. and salads when the .
Other of Oklahoma, who has received WAItNoron,. July 16.-T'ere -v stomach crave the s tJ he B 0ffin D. Ack
an honorable discharge from Roosevelt's been no overtures for peace res-cived by st mL Tolor noaughne
rough riders on amcouut of Injuries re. any United States embassy or legation whenonewants to
oelved after the irstfamousengagesent abroad or by he department of state at cry. All this ad Son9 luptodnt. 4*6 4 ow
o" the rough riders near Santiago, made Washington. much moreI L
a lecture at the armory of the Waycross BRESLAU. July 18.-A dispatch from society de- JACKSONVILLE.
rifles, There was a splendid audience Gleiwitz, Prussian Silesia, says that 24 zandsof her
and a collectionwas taken byrequestof persons have been killed by a cage atfollowers.
Chairn.an John T. Myers to purchase accident at the Paulus colliery, pn strain
quinine and tobacco for the rough riders. Morgetirot. onthe
RAL.IGS, July U.-There is a fresh Niw YORK. July 18.-Two ocetn turs, nerves
sensation in the much talked of (ase of each towing three barges, hba left lor of doll1
Judge W. L. Norwood of the superior Santiago. The b l rtue were laden we ,i cate
court, wbose resignation conditioned structural iron and other materials or wo-
upon his agaim beigg intoxitated was the docks to be built by ihe government al The adftl "
placed in V. 8. Lusk's hands and by the at Santiago. I headaches. The
latter sent to Governo Russell and then WASHsNarox, July 18.-The prola. crushin pains ai
acept, the overuor appoint Eu bilities of peace are as remote as ever. The blues. lo
gene Carter of Asheville judge. The No move in that direction has Iet = such symptoms in. i
attorney general has granted Norwood made by ayV of the foreign ollI-tilk dictate serious de- t
the right to bring suit In the name of here cud despite the pitiful oonditi..t of l rangements of tihe
the state to try the title to the offe. Spain her pride appears to restrain sl ha. delicate female r 'r-
DacAero, Ala., July II.-The confed- from making any direct overtures wond b nism. and mu st
mra veterans of Norta Alabu an WASINOTO f. .Taly 1.-The state do- that they sone. remove the a t /
making extensive preparations to at- l Byonce.Remvebhn
ot Jl-heoontea e uiaaintiltoat- m t posts a bulletin stating that Ad. break c e i s l ltred lteu nd
tldth o Moaed. eamenl h n Atlante mind Dewey pays a high tribute to blo dow o exhausted natur. A BICYCLE ACCIDENT, ',



ian ati ti lss being amp ed the battle of Manila, ae d suggests thamic t aae Sfo t twe a l bk e oprm e sod ** aly he nroid
towin, few mle from ttle place, ins lade c t '"n"o the Ut tt lk-Sfield ReuItr las not a mysterious

.The y w be oi be r ha s aved here. She reports t al with sientfic prnciples f apvd whike on the priket for medcinal

iol a -0 a tn in er had ot advaed, th eeal over a qaTrter o cet.u It liquo are 1 high ra
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THE TIMES-HERALD, FRIDAY, JULY 22.


OUR COUNTY EDITORS

WELAKA.
WKLAKA, Ju!y 19.
We have been so busy planting sweet
potatoes, when it rained, and tilllR
grtaM, when it didn't rain, that all at-
tempts to write have proved failures.
Election, i. e. prnamirieaale over, and
the story tells itself. No doubt there
are some disappointments, but the way
the people showed their choice was
certainly most gratifying to both voters
and the successful candidates. Good
men will get on top when L'iuv are
known, as the result shows.
There is every prospect of t.c liepub-
licins putting out a ticket, and every
Democrat should see that his vote is
cast. Do not think for a moment that
our old adversaries are sleeping.
Miss Ntia Re]ynolds is inime froin a
several weeks' outing at l'ulatka and
Jacksonville. Miss Ruby is having such
a good time,se has concluded to remain
for a time Vet.
The many friends of \Mi- Lillie Mor-
riu were pleased to welc. iuhr :Iniong
us fr a few das, She ri'!dt s her wlhieel
well, and in her natty suit lookA tihe
picture of health and j'lity.
Mrs. Dan Waldron and three children
are visiting at Buckeye. All are well
;auduenjoying themselves. '1 hey reprtl
Dan well and as bu8y as van be.,
Many hig guns were heard boomiuni
in the dirvcion of Crescent City a few
ni-'lits ago. We cannot find out the
cause, but suppose it was a serenade to
Mi.Hallrp for bis nice victory agtihst
ails.
We are in need of rain again. TheI
ground gets dry very quickly.
I have not seen a soldiersince the war
eand:, and feel that I should go to some
< amp and have a dishi of beans and cup
,,f coffee, and some canteen, just to see
L w they taste again.
I venture to say out soldiers will be
-glad to start on tho Porto Rico expedi-
;iou just to get out oif the heavy rains
and hot drilling. What a change that
ean voyage would make. Every one
,vil welcome the change, I'll hiet a
TiiliE USTIn.I.
A Chlid Enjoysm
The pleasant thtvor,antle alctin, and
toollhing efffet of Syrup>t of Figs, when
in une't of a laxiative, and if tie father
I,r aoother Ie costive or hillious, the
iunist gratifying results follow Its use:
o that it Is tihe beet family reniedy
known, anil every family should I've
ta battle. Manufactured by the Call.
fornia Fig Byrup Co.

CRESCENT CITY.

CILESCENT CITY, July 16.
i'.e family of David Gautier were
severely poisoned yesterday by tyrotox-
icon, or cheese poison. Although the
symptoms were very alarming at first,
prompt medical attention relieved the
sufferers and they were soon out of
danger.
The capture of Santiago was cele-
brated here by a salute of forty-five
runs, building of bonfires, and general
rejoicing.,
MELROSE.

MELROSE, July 18.
Dr. John McRae has gone to Georgia
tor a few days.
There was a colored "visitor" here
recently who claimed to be a deserter
from the United States army, but would
not tell where he was from or whither
he was going.
There was a big colored picnic near
the turpentine quarters last Saturday.
Robert Stevens,who has been visiting
friends here, has returned home.
The Epworth League held a business
meeting Tuesday night and elected ofil-
cers as follows: Miss Esther Legette,
president; A. A. McRae, first rice pres-
ident; Mrs. J. M. Barnett, second vice
president; Henry Jackson, third vice
president; Mslu E. Mc ulloch,eecreta-
Bry; Mss Eva Priest, treasurer.
Balas McKinnuy, of Gainesvlle.speQt
S ouday here.
Bey. Mr. Gilmore, of Gainesville,
preached in the Episcopal church Sun-
day morning and evening.
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POMONA.
IPoXONA, July 19.
D. W. Perry left Monday for his an-
nual summer visit north.
Miss C'. M. (reeii spent Saumidav and
Snndiv it1 Palatka, the guest of Dr
Crill and fI'inly.
ilolmes Erwin carried into th store
last Saturday four melons, three ot
which weighed seventy pounds and the
fourth weighed eighty pounds. The
largest melou measured 55 inches in
leiigh amid inch, s Ii circumifereunee.
Such nimoluons are a rarity, aud they at-
traeced nitiuci attention.
Mr. and Mrs J.II.Famei have moved
to Palatka,where Mr.Eamus is working
in the door factory.
A reading circle has been organized
it nloug our young people, nud we hope
it will prove successful.
YANKEE GIRL.
The ftollowiui iis clipped from the
Alvcate: My Dear Sir: Perhaps v.)u
and your readers mayI feel some interest
in a little expierenc, of mine, which
seems to me ignore like a dreani than a
lealiity
Yuar i-f er year in the pleasant days
of May, in some part of fair New Eug-
liand(, I lihave bIeen accustomed to attend
upon thl services ol the soldiers' Me-
morial Day, at which our Union braves
were honored and mourned.
Last Suinday, iu this far-off state, ex-
tieine in latitude, both physical and
poliical, I assembled with liftenu menim.
hers of the G. A. It., and a large audi-
ence, in the Congrevatioual church at
P'omoaa, and listened to a patriotic
semnion by the chaplain of Pomons Post
No. 27. There were three clergymen
on the platform, Rev, Mr. Woodworth,
pastor of the F. W. Baptist church of
Welaka, Rev. IM. C. Welch, pastor
emeritus of the Pomona church, and
myself.
The decoration of the church by the
national colors, by Florida flowers and
foliage, was superior to anything I have
ever seen at home. The music by our
choir, of which we are proud, would
have done credit to a city church. The
sermon by Mr. Woodworth, based on
Daniel'. 31-:15,was an original concep-
tion well calculated to foster American
pride. It was argued that our favored
Ilepubiice was the stone cut from the
mountains without hands, destined to
destroy atind supercede the preceding
kindloms and itself to endure forever.
To-day, a portion of the lipral decora-
tious of the church were taken to the
cemetery and placed on the graves of
seven of our Union soldiers, who had
made their home and spent their last
days in this fire.eatingstate.which they
had helped to save from itself. Here
the.r bod ie, shone with headstones
and some without,and above them waves
the southern pine draped with sombre
mose, and in the cannon's roar the red
bird and mocking oird and the whippoor
will trill their sad and sweeter notes.
I accompanied some of the veterans
and their families to this sacred spot,
and, in the absence of the chaplain.
closed the dutiful proceeding with
prayer.
That there has been nothing to mar
the patriotic sentiment and actions of
the last two day in this state, once so
fiercely opposed to everything, of the
kind, demonstrates the healing of old
wounds and the ushering in of a new
era. Sincerely yours,
WILLIAM M. GAY.
Pomona, Fla., May 30, 1898.

Miss Caroline T. Marsh, daughter of
Ray. D. D. Marsh, of Unionville, Ct.,
was married on June 22d,to Mr.Edward
A. Hibbard, a lawyer in New York.
The groom is a graduate of the Harvard
law school, a member of a firm of five,
whose office is in the Trinity building,
on Broadway, and his residence Is at 78
Gates avenue, Brooklyn. Two of his
partners were present at the wedding,
and acted as best man and usher. The
ceremony took place at the house of Mr
Marsh's married daughter, Mrs.Charles
G. Bill, who lives In Unionville, since
this was a larger and more convenient
house for a weddiar than the parson-
age. About sixty guests were present,
and a caterer and orchestra from Hart-
ford served the occasion. The house
was adorned with pink lauel, which
Sabounds In the locality, and many
beautiful presents were displayed. The
father of the bride performed the tsr-
dlage cemmony. After a tour, ad a
vacation among the OCatAlle on' the
Hudson, the couple will be at ho to i
t-eokila.


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HOLLISTER.
IIOLLIFTEiR, July 16,
Mrs. leap of Palatka, is visiting tile
family of R. Bloun'.
Mrs. W. O. Livingstone is exptcti'g
her mother,from South Carolina, to
spend the remainder of the summer.
J. H. Tison, a private in the First
Florida regiment, is here to visit friends
for a few days.


Liver Ills
Like blilousness, dyspepsis, headache, consti-
pation, sour stomach, indigestion arena promptly
cured by ilood's 'ills. They do tkelr work


Hood's
aly and tioroi P ill
bDest after dinner pills .
Cents. All druggists.
Prepared iy C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Massl.
the only Pill to take with liood's SarsaRarilla,

Miss KATE LUCAS,
MILLINERY

And Fancy Goods,
Has in stock an elegant and diversi-
fled line 9f all goods pertaining to
the Millinery.Business.
Experienced N northern Trimmer In
charge of Trimming Department. *
A SracAtLr Full assortment of
STAMPED LINEN GOODS and EM-
BROIDERIED SILKS.
Havln accepted the Agency for the
BUTTEICK PATTERNS Iam now
prepared to 01 allorderlda for this cele
rated pattern.
Call or write to me for Fashion
sheet. KATE L. LUCAS.
M. M. GODWIN,


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Wagons, Buggies,
--ud--
Vehicles of all Kinds
Bloksitfi Work, Hoe SkiilKt
zpeuMd woramnl ai carg*e. Iastlisf
on guaraneed.
Second Street opposite Court House.
PALATKA. ILA.


DR. KEENER,
Graduate Obtclan,
LEMON iTEETi, M .Ali LA.T

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Good Ey-sight?
Now is their ito lave toreyse
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Palatka, Florida.



MRS. BLOCHER

M35 Lemon Street.



MILLINERY.


Stamped Goods,


Embroidery Silks,
Ladies' Shirt Waists'.
Dress Skirti


Men's Furnishings,

Dry Goods and Notions. Shoes and Hosier
R. & G. Corsets. Parasols and Umbrellas.
Men's and Boys' Hats,
Boys' Waists and Pant


THE C. B. ROGERS CO.,
IMWORTES AND WHOLESALE MOOEM.
ProtisioS, Grai, Hy, Flour, MeV Grits, E

Gele Ageems fr OUB BUSINESS CONFINED
THE TRADE ONLY. OMlD
F|) tuftg FROM CONSUMERS NEITR
W1 W Cb d tll it. SOLICITED NOR DESIRED.
Quotations Made Promptly on Application
Feb 11-6m
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

PETITION FOR LICENSE.
To THi HONORABLE BoamD or COUNTY CommsstorZK, PrrtMAx Co0
FL1OBIDA:
We, the undersigoed registered voters,of Precivet No. (14) Fourteen,
nam County, Florida, respectfully request your honorable body to grant
M. J. Murphy license to sell ales, wines, and spirituous liquors to soad Pr
No. (14) Fourteen. for the year commencing October list, 18M ad end
September 80th, 1899:
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NEW SERIES-VOLUB 7.--0o IT;


'BRIEF LOCAL NOTES.


Paragraphi of Locp I and Per-
sonal Interest,

Short, Snappy Stories About Matters
In Palatka and Putnam Coun.
ty, for Busy Readers.


Sergeant James Ray, of the Gem City
Guards, arrived in this city Monday on
a brief visit to his parents.
J. F. Tenney, of Federal Point, was
in town Tuesday, in attendance upon
the Republican county convention.
Sherman C. Fowler spent a few days
in town last week, returning to his
summer home at Ormond on Friday.
Messrs. (. E. Davis & Son shipped a
large consignment of red cedar logs
north Monday, via. the Clyde line.
Bailey Robbins has arrived from Ti-
tusville, and is assisting his tather,W.
E. Robbins, at thn G. S. & F. depot.
Prof. I. I. Himes, who has been con-
ducting the summer normal school at
Lake City, returned home Sunday.
Dr. E. E. Jenkins and family left on
Tuesday to spend a season at Smimer
Haven, that popular resort among Pa-
latkans.
Mrs. W. A. Bolinger and two daugh.
terms, MIssSallie and Mrs.Ramsaur,went
to Jacksonvolle Monday on a visit, to
friends.
Our entire line of Misses and Chil-
dren's Strap Slippers and Oxfords are
going at crst.
THE R. E. BOND Co.
Postmaster F.'t. Reeder, of Welaka,
was in low% Tuesday, en route to Jack.
sonville. He made a pleasant call at
this office.
J. D. Wyeth, one ot Pomona's influ-
ential cftizens,was in town Monday and
remembered Tux TIMES HERALD office
with a pleasant call.
Corporal Andrew Shelley arrived in
the city Sunday on a forty-eight hour
leaye of absence. His many friends
were glad to see him.
Dr. Ge3. E. Welch returned Monday
trom a ten day's visit to his "old Ken-
tucky home," looking much refreshed
for having taken the trip.
A house was advertised for rent in
last Friday's TIElts-HR ALD, and by
Monday morning a tenant was found.
A word to the wise, etc.
Capt. H. Y. Snow left Sunday mornm
Ing for Atlanta. He is a delegate to
the Confederare re-unton, which began
on the 90th.
Homespun and Grass Linen Skirt-
ings marked down.
THu E. EBoND Co.
The band gave an open-air concert
Saturday evening, the first in several
weeks. A large number of citizens
turned'out,and th musil was unusually
good,
The three-masted schooner Island
City was towed up by the tug Homer
Sunday morning, and took on a cargo
of cypress lumber from the Wilsom Cy-
press Co's mills.
H. A. B. MoKensie, formerly editor
of THE TIMS-HZIRALD, who is now
located at Valdoeta, Ga.,arrived Sunday
on a brief visit. He returned to Val-
dosta'Monday.
M. II. Dalton had the misfortune to
lose a fine mileh cow Friday. The cow
was tied with a rope and In some man-
ner the animal became entangled and
broke her neck. The loss is quite heavy,
thbe cow being valued very highly.
Mrs. Monerlef, accompanied by her
granddaughter, Miss Mabel Bassett, of
Palatka, who have been visiting in the
city for the past few weeks, returned
homes Wednesday morning accompanied
by MissAnalie Belle Minley.-Lake City
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AN OlD CITIZEN GONE.

Amuel Cragln Dies Tuesday Morning
After a Brief Illness. *
It is out unpleasant tasc this week to
chronicle the death of Mr. Samuel ura.
gin, an old and highly esteemed citizen,
which occurred at Sri'clock Tuesday
morniOg, at his residecet,*o corner of
Oak and Third streets.
4 Deceased had only been sick since
last Satordsy mornmug, and his death
was a surprise to many, as it was not
thought that he was seriously ill. Only
a few mornings since, Tuic TIMES-
.EtRALD reporter passed hbp residence
and exchanged a few very pleasant
words with the old genuleman, who
showed the reporter with' much pride
the fine trees around his place. He told
us when they were planted, and the
manner of cultivation and cre he had
given them which caused them to thrive
and grow to be such beautiful trees. In
tact, Mr. Cragin always had a kind word
for every one whom he met, and was
very prompt In all his business transac-
tions, He was a frequent visitor at
THE TIMES-HERALD. office, and the
editor of this paper had learned to re-
gard him with more than ordinary es-
teem. But Mr. Crag'n is no more, and
his rolng out will cause sadness In the
hearts of all his acquaintances.
He was eighty years of age and a
dative of New Hampshire, but has made
Palatka his home for the past fifteen
years. At the time of his death, Mr.
Cragin was owner of considerable pro-
perty in ibis city and on the heights.
He is survived by a wife and one
daughter, Mrs. R. J. Riles, of Jackson-
ville.
The funeral took place from the res-l.
deuce Tuesday afternoon, at 5 o'clock,
conducted by Pastor Hay, of the Pros-
byteriait church. the interment was
in Westvlew cemetery. The floral of-
ferings were very exquisite and appro-
priate.


DAVIS THE CHOICE.

"OUR BOB SENT UP FOR ANO-
THER TERM.

The Honorable Robert W. Davis is
Nominated by Acclimation-.-
Conventi% Harmonious.
Dat nominated I
Of urse.
This is no more than has been ex-
pected.
It has been predicted by every good
Democrat in the second Congressional
District for the past eighteen months.
The convention assembled at DeLand
Wednesday at 4;30 p. m., and before
sunset Davis was nominated and had
made his speech of acceptance.
is. P. Healev. of Volusla, was the
chairman of.the convention, and W. P.
Anderson, of this city, was secretary,
W. T. Weeks, of Bradfor, being assist-
ait secretary.
The committee on resolutions report.
eJ some good resolutions, supporting
the present state government and re-
affirming allegiance to the Chicago
platform as adopted in 1890. The
American sailors and soldiers were re-
membered in the resolutions; anti alto.
gether the papers were well prepared
and worthy of the grand old party which
framed them
At this point nominations were de-
clared in order, and ex Governor Fran-
cis P. Fleming, of Duval, had the
bhonr of placing i nomination the lion.
Robert W. Davis. Governor Fleming
said that it had been thb custom of the
party in the past to recognize those who
had served faithfully in the ranks.
"Two years ago," said he *'we placed
the banner of Democracy iu the hands
of a faithful soldier. He carried the
banner in triumph to victory, and se-
cured a seat as Representative in Con-


The pallbearers were: E. S. Crill, grass, where he has been loyal to the
W. P. Anderson, T. 11. Merril, B. J. Interests of his people. Now he brius


roomsm, it. M. DeMontmollin, George
G. Gay.
New 1111 Building.
Theold mill of the Wilson Cypress
Company is being torn away, and a
much larger structure-, with double the
capacity of the present plant, will at
once be built.
Capt. Will Boyd commenced this
week driving five hundred pilings for
the foundation of the new mills.
Installation of Officers.
Installation of officers In Pioneer
Lodge L 0. 0. F., of this city, took
place Tuesday evening. District Depu-
ty Grand, T. V. Hinks, of Satsuma
Heights, was present, and had charge
of the installation.
A Hot Time In the Did Town.
Our Republican friends must haye
haJ "a hot time In the old town" at
their convention in the court house on
Tuesday, judging from the number of
bottles found In and around the building
after the adjournment. A reporter far
Tax TIxas-HzxALD was shown Wed-
nesday some forty or fifty half-pint
whisky bottlesand the 1altor,who found
them, says that all of them had the
"right smell," but were too empty to
"do anybody kny good" when he found
them.
We presume our Republican friends
met, and, realizing the strength of the
Democratic ticket put up last week, de-
cided that a .Republican county ticket
was useless, and drowned their troubles
in mean whisky.
No Reductiod.
The Jacksonville Metropolis of Wed:-
neasdasy says: "The state railroad com-
mission ordered that reductions in pasm
senger rates should take effect on all
railroads in this state on the 18th Inst.
Inquiry at the various ticket offices in
the city to-day revealed the fact that no
orders had been Issued to the agents to
make say reduction, and the former
rates are still In force. Just what will
be the result no cue seems to know.
At Your Own Price.
Ladle' Oxfolds apd trap Slippers
must be sold. Come and gets pair at
yor own Co
S THIES B.Don C


that banner back unstained, and it is
our duty to give it to him again." Here
he named Mr. Davis, his speech being
vociferously applauded.
Colonel Palmer, of Orange, seconded
the nomination in a few well chosen
remarks, in which he alluded to the fact
that Colonel Davis had participated in
the making of history that would be
memorable after this generation has
faded away.
Other eloquent seconds were made
by Fabian Law, of Clay, Dr. Crill, of
Putnam, and J. W. Northrup, of Lake,
whose motion to waive the rules and
make the nomination by acclamation
was carried with a hurrah.
A committee consisting of W. A.
Holloway, of Alachus, F. C. Fleming,
of Duval, Louis Delano, of Volusla,
John Lee, of Hamilton, and A. Usina,
of Putnam, escorted Colonel Davis to
the platform, from which he thanked
the convention eloquently and sue-
cinctly.
He said he had not been able to ac-
complish anything conspiloous,but had
authfully endeavored to do his duty.
He sid at a later, day he would call up.
on his constituents and discuss at length
the lssue of the day, predicting that it
would be a peculiar campaign, with
several new esues, the outgrowth of
the wak. He congratulated the conven-
tion upon its harmonious work, pointing
it out as a bright augury for complete
unification.
After passing a resolution ot thanks
to toe hospitable people of DeLand, the
convention adjourned.
The Putnam delegation returned on
the 5 o'clock train yesterday morning.

Summer Haven.



BURTON HOUSE,
Opened July slt. Rnte $66 per week.

"Steamer Hustler"
Leave s St Auustine after the arrival
of the pa u trains Wednesdays
and katurdays, retaralg on
Thursday and Monda&sy
Jal.y8tf MN J. L BURTON.


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Pat Cooney Drowned.
Pat Cooney, an aged man, who was
well known about town, was drowned
in the river near the draw bridge Friday
while attempting to croas the trestle.
An engineer on the East Coast railway
discovered the body floating in the river
Saturday afternoon, and a rope was
placed around it and at was towed to
.hearbarf at the foot of Lemon street,
where a coroner's jury was impanneled
and an inquest held. The verdict of
the jury was that deceased came to his
death by dn.wning.
Pat had for a number of years been
working on the streets of Paiatka, and
would occasionally imbibe too freely in
mean whisky. He was on a spree dur-
ing the 'eek,but it.is claimed that when
be started across the bridge be was
comparatively sober,and he is supposed
to have fallen in the river while in a Iit
to which he was subject.
The remains were interred Sunday
morning in the Catholic cemetery.
The Best Prescription for Chills
nd fever is a bottle of Grove's Taste-
less Chill Tonic. Never fails to cure;
then why experiment with worthless
mitations ? Price 50c. jun3 ly
County Republican Convention.
The Republicans of Putnam county
met in convention here lait Tuesday.
I. L, Purcell was elected chairman,
John E. Marshall, secretary.
The committee on resolutions offered
their report, asserting their loyalty and
devotion to the Republican orgenizi.
Lion, both state and national; com-
mending the administration of Mc-
Kiniey; condemning the execution of
the election law and the partizan meth-
od of selecting jurors In this county;
and demanding representation on the
board of county commissioners.
A motion to nominate a county ticket
was tabled.
The following are the delegates to the
state convention at Ocala: I.L Purceli,
George E. Gay, John E. Mar hall, Win
Feaster. W. H. Mann, P. T. L Queen,
D. E. Peacock, D. M. Kirby, and J.W.
Puricell.
The convention then adjourned, sub-
ject to the call of the chairman.
A Mammoth Melon.
Our attention was called Friday morn-
ing in the store of Waiter Thomas to a
mammoth watermelon, the largest of
the season, which tipped the beam at
83 pounds.
The melon in question was raised b/
Isaac Thomas, of Penlel, who brought
in twelve melons, the aggregate weight
of which was 750 pounds.
Save Your loney.
We invite the attention of our cus-
tomers or persons wishing to save
money In Dry Goods, Shoes and Gents
Furnishing Goods to visit our stores.
A pleasure to show you our goods.
Tu 8S. E. BoNu Co.
Redemption Tax-Sale Distrlbutlon.
The State Treasurer has remitted to
the several counties their proportion ot
the receipts from the sale and redemp*
tion of tax sale certificatps for the
month of June as follows:
Alachua 169.40 Latayetto, 33811
Bradford 8.26 Lake 27.31
Brevard 23.25 Levy 340.79
Columbia 1.80 Madison
Clay 28.64 Manltee 8.18
Citrus 2.52 Marion 102.41
Calhoun 9.65 Monroe 347.48
Duval 771.6 Nassau 43.11
DeSoto 17.27 Osceola 119.33
Dade 9 11 Orange 41.11
Escambla 15.74 Polk 128.94
Franklin Putnam 88.04
Gadsden Paseo 15.05
Hillsboro' 38.65 Sumter 11.80
Hernanda 3.70 St. Johns 49.60
Hamilton 14.83 Buwanuee 1.66
Jackson 6.70 Taylor 8.84
Jefferson 1.90 Volu=aa 188.06
Liberty 8 8 085 Washington
The soldier boys who passed through
Paiatka Wednesday wea treated to Ice
cold lemonade to their hearts' content.
C. J, Rogro furnished the sugar and
lemons, the ladlee of Palatsk made the
"ads," and the Michigan bows gave
three rousing cheers for the treat.
Spot Cash for Mo1s.
Highest market price paid far Black
and Gray Moss by
JUFfBIU & STEARNS,,
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BRIEF PENCILINGS.

Do you take THE TIMES-HBRALD?
33 yards Yellow Homespun for 11, at
j}8ml THE RACKET STOBM.
Tom Holden went to Summer Haven
Wednesday.
Jesse Burtz spent Sunday with his
sister in DeLand. I
II. A. Ford ex Superintendent of th
Plant System, was in town Friday.
Robert Harrison and family have 1. ,
cated at Summer Haven for the latm
mer.
Mrs. M. Loeb and children have gone '
to Waukesha, Wis., to spend the sum-.'
mer.
Mrs. Geo. E, Welch returned this
week from a few days outing in the
country.
A letter from Thomas Murray states
that he is enjoying his visit to Scotland
ana England.
Holmes Erwin, one of the foremost
min of Pomona, made us a pleasant
call last Friday.
A large number of our citizens at-.
tended the congressional convention a
DeLand Wednesday.
D. E. Peacock, of Interlachen, wae*'
among the attendants at the Republican
convention Tuesday.
Thomas Duane, a former Palatkan,
but now of Key West.is In town shaking
hanJs with his friends.
Mrs. J J. Mitchbell has gone to Auk-
worth, Ga., to spend several weeks vt-
iting friends and relatives.
Mrs. J. A. Reynolds left Wednesday
for Kentucky, where she will spend the
summer visit ng relatives.
Mrs. W. H. Cyrus and sister, Mils
Sharpe, left Wednesday for Columbus,
Ohio, to spend the summer.
The J., T. A K. W. railway has beet
taxed to Its utmost this week to furnth
rolling stock with which to haui troops.
Miss Ethel Merryday, accompanied
by her brother, Harold Merryday, went
to Atlanta Tuesday evening on a V*
to reatUveas.
Impure blood is an enemy to health,
and may leadto serious diase, tioo4l
Sarsaprilla oonquess this enemy aMil
averts danger.
It is rumored that the run of the
Florida Southern crew will be changed
next Sunday, and that the new run will
be betwepu this city and St.Peteraburgi
We direct the attention of our reude
to the notice in this week's lsue ot.
Thz Tnm.HzRALD of Meus. Jeff4 ',.
lee & Stearns, of Frultlaud, who wa"
to buy mo. ,
Charles Kupperbuaoh and family as
spending somae time at Tallnlaeb bll,
Geoirts. The genial countess f 4
Mr. Kupperbuach is greatly isulM 1#
Lem n street pedestrlan. '


Conductor Ben Deal, who hM fa'0.
long time had the local freight nsa 1 .
tween this city and Gainesvllev att
Florida southern, has been pr
to a main line passenger run ft
Waycros to Tampa. His hadqu
will be at Waycross, to whicabh pl
family will move to a few f l, w
Mre ttoo os MW. and M. Deadt
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A FEW WORDS OF WARNIt

Persons who may be exposed to
low few verand others living In litr
llble to bIe Infeced by it. will find
timely and intelligent prectriatl
the bost means of keculng this drma
malaly out of the family. Bant
regulation in the household are of
first linpoitanoe. Clean tip all re
matte, Idecaying vegetation or o
pools. Drain of pands, pools and si
arn vegetable off.l from the kitce
Eat nothing but light, wholesone1
Eul l dly t aed food, avoldinix gree
over ripe fruits and vegetahl vs'. Li
be sure that the Wooil, tituariI
bowels of every npmeminber of thle fit
It in healthy condition. Irrelulau'
to the systemn. tiu.h a5 lild g .stl'on,
atipatiOU, torpid liv,r ituvil e tls
to en'er the bo'y. and 1* the cai
yellow fever. reo lers its l.'ig'sI II
virulent and dea: lly. Ili eoudi
can beppiedil'v removeldtund lure iI
good dhliretl on11l'n rel;i'iriltv In
bowel re estatl lil hiv u>li d'1
A slh B ittes th gre ati s stei n ie fli.
The frcqi>ent us of tti, ritoi'u'
ldoset siit.e to thlie age' o f eiil1' I."
will tnilutahiip.(rfct he.ilth in th.l
ily. ('etI lhottle at olive whii' thi
ver i,' vet .far off, "se It f.itfiuily'
regulkily. Proipit aifion NON
putting yiouIrse!f nlt familY i c'*
ttion to rei-t the ditsselm g *rus
t-pare you nlTffering andl so row.
Pricklv Ails H'tters can he otai
front Aokerlrin & tewart.
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Palatka, Florida.
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Pellets will hbe iive ulith i t1 hi .r n,ri ol .'
actic Met% im ir -. SoiIl only I
AI'KKIit \N & f'E5A' \l '.
P ilaI'4. F'4.


Need

A Change ?

Try the Seaside, -
Fir tine hlrli-i,, excellent hathilsr
anIl the prritli at heach on the At-
Ihinlie cii-,'. whete the air Is pure
a, t- fr,.iimtsg.

...Coronado Beach..,

Leads the Procession.
"'r orultsit l >, 1 ell New
V- V'sr. s'i''V tw is h v' fis a ri t
,ti'kta *sti lll n c. in tert (c- '
r *nm 'n' 'i lll "I .lt it tl>r.lltro
v. i l. s y' v tc '. n 1 the

S SI4DE HOTEL.
W.R Xr t V(.L, PrI. I
I'. I*..addlr, a-, w s ,r.asr Fla.


HOBSONM R ECEPDTi .* to tle l roug"u tie enemys country
UD 1 lCuLrll U guarded by your own countrymen; on
every side to hear cheers aud approval;
at every step to know your work was
Triumphal Entry Ituo the Amer- done, and well done; to know the weary
dayan amp at Sibone. s in jail were over to feel the situ-
ican Camp at Siboey. stion and ee the great mountain ltpeaks
---- and royal palms bending bnuudiction
SILENT TRIBUTE PAID AT FIRST. under n soft blue sky.
Best of all, when he rode through the
twilight and reached the coast aud daw
Offleer ad M.n Gazed In Admiration at agai in the oltlug the lightsof the Aug.
th* White taeed Woung Otiosr-Then ship, his floating home, aud thenffrcm
Came Three Cheers-ledheaded, Red her across the water cane the jubilant
Faced Soldier Leaped, Shuntlng, Into cheers of the bluejacket%, whocould not
the ioad and Broke tie Spell-The tven see him, who did not know him,
Jackles Rode In an Ambulancie. but who cheered because he was con-
lug, because he was free.-Richard
With the rifle pits behind him filled Harding Davis in New York Herald.
with thousands of the enctuy, with the B s rn --
rifle pita before hliu fi lled with thou- B liiflI'gAr ea~hlyt.
sadls I f h'is friends, Assirtant Naval T)il1- Beat Sialve in the world for Cuta.
Constructor Hilbsou left :alintitgo on nis,-esr, h Itrem, Ulcers. Salt Rheunt,
Thursday, July 7. with his sevenic.om- PeSer SRres. Tetter, Chapped Hand,
rauds aid wa:I delivered into the wel- Chillthliiis, anit all Skin Eiuntionns,
coming arms of the Aimericani urmuy at iantl I as>thely nIre Pil,. or lo play re
Siliony', Cuaii. TIhetrail up which they iu'red. It i. atitt el'o give per-
L'illi(' Wis it lt i '1 ; rni' l)(!tVi'tiii the hiigh.i `. t attlfat ion ofr Inotin y resfulnded
banks, tithl the great tr ,-s alibove n,'t-. I' P 2'i- entits per box For sale by
inig inll allOrc ih urhiawl. Fir lii.rs blt- leroii In & Blewairt.
fore they (ainti f iivters and Iint'i who -
were Inot (it duty il t ricf l.,its lhad Good Oicese Only Tendered Osnen.
lain waiting ,ii nthe, blaiksl, simrawlinig When the Spantjih prisoners boarded
lin tlhi sun attill i. c i' idd tolthrit nm the St. Luis, iall (with theo exception
'lohtly ais xi11 iii li the' ,i i: hing boards f Cerveral were naked to a sign anagroe-
of a blitihall liil. ll,,l.. s, ciminig ment that they would do their utmost
was o(e dilaaticiiii r turo if the war. during thevoyage toquietdisturbances,
ThIe Mu was htItiig I,,liiuit tihe trail, iand would under no circumstances be
nti isI lie C;.>.II jl5V i lrt,.t } .i t ho. was tettpI te to taiiper with the machinery
onllitind agi.iit it, i.lthlr triutimlp;l of the Phip.Onea a1n refused, t aying
areli (if pal;s ilit. itsoliierss saw a youIg that the word of a pauniard wusenough.
nmiall i the unlliltinll of tlhl navy, his li1 was put under guur aud refused
fale whit'' with the ]riso pillor ns the special confortsgiven to the others.
his while li:k. andl tr.i'igely itn c.i1- At the end of the titst day at sea he of-
trust with the i trli te tin otif their and with serious eyes, \vho loo(lid down altsktl to sign, but Captain Goodrich re-
at them stcandily. For xi minent h plied that the good ollces of the Unit.
seemed to sit inotinult-ss ta l then tie ed States were tendered only once.-
waiting band struckuli"TheStar Span- New York World.
gl d Banner." A strange thitig it was L L iansn.erous For Him.
that no otin cli ern i (i r -liitutedl or gave
an order, but. evvrt" to- r,,oe to his feet Weyler is devoting himself to fight.
slowly, took off his hat slowly, aind ing the Spauish government with his
itood so, looking up at hinm itn absolute t ongue. This may be unpleasant to the
silence. It was one of the most iml- criticized, but it is les dangerous than
preive things clever saw, Nonoise nor if he were in the field.-Boston Trav.
blare nixr shouted aucclaimi could hlave eler.
tonchetlI the nt taniug or the depthsiof Decidedly Negllliee.
feeling there was in that silence. The popular uniform of the invading
Thin a redheaded, red faced trooper army is said to consist chiefly of a car.
loped down intai the road and shouted, tridge belt, a rifle and a plugof tobacco.
"Three dhersa ftr Hiiobtn!" Tbo nien -Oinaha Bee.
roared and cheerld. Their rough riders
gave a cowboy yell, antl oftfiers with A Spanish Prisoner.
sons of their ownx inl West Point leaped Righ o'er hin head the mtirry lag Is floating,
up and down, aid a foirign attache But on his breast hi wearsus he staffron gold.
tbrew up his helinet iito the air. Hob- Our prta oan ii igo urendy (hoe ru at weh ,
son rode dowiv bt tween the lilies, raisr- rolled.
ing his cap and smililinig doubtfully.
Probably no one ever received reward But never on io he Ms'elRi to hVI r the cei-ring
That greotsiha' story oIt a victory wun
so swiftly or from such worthy hands And cares no whilt tIt we are all rejuicing
as those of thell men who first taught When news tis brought us of a brave deed
him what he was to his countrymen. done,
They were no seekers after celebrities. He its part and sings with sweet, t e adence
That will come later. They were men The slngs learned long ago in sainy Fpaln.
instead, who know a brave manI, be- .t cannot hide hils, fur we lovetihe rell.
(cause they were brave. They had won Our gold canary -lm the itnish mai.
-Dasiesi Transcript..
the very ground he was on front the
enemy. It had cost them the loms of ---- --
1,800 comrades. They came running No Epiden ic.
from the trenches with rifles, from the Alholugh yellow fever hs a ihus e-a h
lake where they had been wahing e at fw t
clothes. They charged up the hills of IniIts mi' ataf;wIwti
San Juan a second time and surrounded te- south. it ,Ioes t o t II *w tlat h',
them in a shouting, happy mob. Be- *lI .is."e wl'I pre.vull getieral y. A little
hind him rode two Spanish officers who s 1tiiaon ioe- ne an I preirtirnil Ii itn
had been taken beyond the lines only to olnitting up aliout ti I a tirlwell aid(
find no one to exchange for thebn. They ixtran eiare t. I lilitiiln Itr I elt' II tho
sat on their horwse, blindfolded with Imat,, is all thit Is r (iulr d to keep ..il
"first aid tio the wouniide(l'" bandages, ,ie P P,,r cila i.ir, strit-g I-
and li.tetecd to the tribute the Aimeri-
cais paid their young countryntan. r. g.,ani rvgulattng tha .yst 01 Ps k.
There is always something humior- v .*.' Hitt. ra has ati v'sllishi s1 rep i
outts bout the jackies, and after the etion. It puriflie I he i o 't.-' re rilth
serious, (atrnot fxa.e of iobtnson it was a tis the kid;!teys tandl live- iimoles dIl-
nornic relief to Fee six draggilg an amibulaince loaded with o,' tteho('y. Boll Ibi AAtkeruau &
-seven cleon, tsmiart bltnjacliefto, grin- gtewarL
ning, thor.ting, rolliing over each othtr
ll gilh. Every oixe who had started to Notice to Tax Payers.
run iOfter Hobson sto[il)-.'d to cheo'r lixei. ''The iely tax hb ok of,' 11 7 x\tw H wll
butt they were turneit airi(le from clit (rHt i clised Iul 3Jti. pooxiito,. aflti
by tbeulisted tlavun ht.iog, "ibuy, but ,, ih d,. distress w ir iins wdil I,-
you ,ea ftlhcrsdid not tio thing to for all tnll x.e
tbhus tht otlhr tight."
e Ly. te I os ; yin; ": yillad the By order of the cit i iilCl'i
jackics. "iYour shells fil :;ht itarour T. II .AtN.KItKoN.
hospital yard." "euy, b'.t wished City ",,t ('. ciol .
we w'a. with yon; ac?" ..."hy roemo l[',ltkn. Fia.. Juun 21. li. tl
in dtr.d iu rarti. 'on cuvld not st,' Notice.
tlhe trtet fir tls.-.i." We. Ihe nuilerigi.l. have aevpred
it vw.als no th. i, for a '.ioiaIg finiles. Iconnection with "ie l I' irn ''oullt.
M(ut I.'tre i-taul. t on (it1 i' ribit-g Lianks a meri and l['se-s'utent Asvi-ei.
il.dt tl.o lili. \;i%:. h.ig s ulnd tshamt- ,. T sin s I tl 't-n-.ita, li'e n I allso
I:Ig. '..:citr were C lhoutint Hus-mu's ,r si, tl fa i isnt\ ii,.ilt.l* vonillr t ii
I i'." P ;V'i ph rLs war.,- 1'avpiug ';,le. 1. ,. I t'l! ELl.,
.Ioi.r. plrretui im a iiuwiiiiLat. It was It It ]'s-EY,
he n .. stry i'll the w:y ti .:iblnuey. E. '. llOLM1E.s.
l'vt-'v hittlu group itf sotilditre li y cat;e I'. 'rtlt( 'K A.
scrut s toold ";t. itt.utiotn at ti'e uiiinsiual F4c Ci c.4 K ixlNYS.
Alght(fat na;.vy unI;fornL. Vhlvt' they I' ''all-.t. Fl, Jit.11 :!, I't11 _-4w
recogiiizd tie I:11in, lt..ey wnved their
hats a nlu *rel. The victory it ts wilhs AiIerica'p
lolbson wus thle tirst oflt-er I have greatest medicine, ils.-. 't rarsaparill,,
sr 'u ,..l.ittedl ii it days. They have when It entershubsehitl*, trgainst Impure-
e'm to.)0 busy t" .late. 1 't, lie ca'ne bload.
tlii. rva'nty-liret I;w ty'i'" waiS Ittnd.
MUg i r i.id, but the inmet ga.ve a yell t[ 1'arlotn wab hI ilt'' li I'i)eltl guar
wH'ie:i they s.w himr acuI twh'ud waist ,anei cure for chilI;s, fecer uand ,g Ie..
sl;oh through the river u>t at.'i,ed the r. m ey refunded. Ws c.rn'. .All
rcvticado while they ai'bbtjdi hil, shook s .s
b..th l:is hands at once tul goav' him ,It t5I:SS.
thre,. ehers. An he rald" along they told alrbom t dewolidi l.;t r ttn..
hi.u s.iL.e thmlng thtt il.aI hbpta l ued C.rr. cit.ila aud fever, ..* the lihver
whte te had bt e su 111 .il ,,Id Low In a ,., ,. l.atee the sys'., m. u allyv. .tl
.t..y IbS iaa L L. co. e as --t, m t I til ) II i" .
It was tk"c i ast wtaduirful tlde a s
tt.LUta uu:n lf .. l.never un.t.hekea-


Insist on Having

The Kind That Never Failed You.
"ase ,eseoneme""oemewarn inem


PETITION FOR LICENSE.
To THII HONORAlILE lIOARD OF COUNTY CO31MMHISSIONr FU`'NAM COUNTY,
FLOrIDA : *
We, the undersigned registered voters of Precinct to. (25) twenty-five
Putnam Countv, Florida, respecttully request your b notablee body to grant unto
D. Ringhami license to sell ales, winter, and epiriluous liquors In said Precinct
No (25) tweaty-live, for the year commencing October 1, 1t18, and ending Sep.
30, 189I.
NAMES. \VITNSESBES.
DItUnghali.......... .................. Jas Rolinson WIllis Cook
WIIIiok. .... ... ............. olerson lngham
, H' 14 lhili. .. .i.. ...... ........ .... ..... L L W .Johns linilhain
H It IJ,'iia" .. ........................ ... lnglitham J BowlCe
Lewli Iluilsard ..... ... ........... ....... .. ... Rlnglhain J W Bukee
I WV Hiaky ...... ........1 -... ................ D ]iighain John Jenkins,
.i I 'urcell .. .... ........ .............H. lingliam A A Williams
F 1I Itlver .......... ....... ............... .. D IIn lin A A W illiams.
Steve Rivers ..... .............................. 1 tIlghasi A A W illiams
C H Wilg. ....................... ......... D tligham T J Beale
1. W PItli1a ..................... ............. 1) ltlng n T J Beal
J H Polleu ............ .......................... ingliam TJ Beale
W H Shlelds ........... ................ D RUinKian TJ IOeale
K 8 (Grools,- .................... ........ J U Perkins 'rTJIeale
Andy oberts. .............................). I lugham .1 C Perkins
Robert .1 Cuoleiap t .......... .... lngham J Neot
TO Llvln ...................ton .. ...... W binson TJ Beale
a 8 Holes ....................................... T FBeale Louis Pitnian
T W Richardson ............ ................. LW Pattersonm ) Rinxha
I W Green ..... .................... ................ i W Roblnsi IBltngliha ,
W M 4reen .............. ..... ......... G W Robilnon lItnghamin
Alex M fean ... ....... .. ...... .....Alex iley Dlln
Airubiarn radv ........... .. ... ......... TJ Uei I) inghzam
Iusc l t hu*e .......... ....................... TJ Bue le )Rtiangham
am Evans.................. B........ TJ eae 1 .In ham
o C Smith. ................................... LoulA Bobler 1D Ringham
S E Thlgpln..................................... Loul S loller RIn lhamn
l.i l liiIlerT .... ...... .............. .............. U Sanford 1) Ringllh ln
Peter M Hagan...................... ............. W Clarke D Riham
H H l Dn ........ ........ ...... ............. TJ Beale KIin
P H teterge ............ ............................. T J Heale 1) Rlio amn
Pl'in e Cook....... .. I ....................... TJeale UH Idghamn
Andiretw Jilon ....... .................. ...... T J eale D Rligha
,I WV Hltan ............................ .......... H ( Howell 1) KItnghalu
Henry (l x niarkJefferon................... T Heale ) Iinghain
Ilayw.oda this x mark) Dtrsey................... TI teale In gham
J W T ....... .............. .......... ... M Truman II (; Loomli
H C L| lI||I ............................... ........ Alex M lea i s M .1 Trumann n
N W Tole ................ ................. TJ Ueale I1 Ri gham
Elijah Malchi .................................... TJ Beale i tHingham
U W Fowler ............................. .. ... T.'teale 1) i Itngham
N A Fowler.................. ....... J F Beale L) Itingham
H J Hud in.............. ........ ............... TJ Heale 1. allrd W Cummings
) a owler ........................... ................ TJ Beale 1) Hingham
Hrecry Ceit ...................................... TJ Heale 1) Hinghamn
A J.1ihn .................................. .. T J Heaite 1 Rlugham
I) l.tileltner ......... .... ........... .. TJ eale II Rngham
(iis i.rauan .................. ........ TJ Beale 1) Ilngham
H rifin .................................... Ringhal lUngha
i has 'rahani ................................... DRinghlinm D Hingham
.Miio n An '.er oi ....................... ..... T J Iteals T J heal .
H K4 u e FDrank Huduon..... ....................... TJ eale ) Ringlham
Jin Tvre ....... ......................... TJ lea e 1)D Rltam
M Chaml ...ers ........... ................ T J Heatle se a0rooms
Jerry Murpli)d .. ......... ............ TJ eale I) Ringhamu
).ik Its...... .......................... ... TJ l 1) ngam
I' t; DImnai .. ................................ TJ Beale 1) hlngham
S A Herne: ................................................. TiJ Beale ID RInghamn
A .I Clievers .............................. .... TJ "eale L C .anova
I riil lsdoian ............. ...... ............... T.l BTeale 1) RIagbhm
NI,'k Hlti .............. 1)H lighilm I Kinglihamin
J M Hodges ................... ....... .. ....... 8 W ts.in T J k-ale

STATE OF FLORIDA,d
CoiUs.iY OF PUTNAM )
Per.inally appeared before me Duncan Ringham. who, being first duly
sworn tiopeak the truth,deposes and save that be li the apnilennt mentioned In
,love anil foregoing petition ; that each and every name or sntmature thereto
wits made in the presence of at least, twu creditable witnesses, and that each and
evcy name or mark aflxzed'to said petition or application was the act and deed
*,I tLe p. rson purporting to stIg the same, and that there was no fraud, bribery,
",i dJcepltion In procuring such signatures o(r names; and that all such signatures
. mr names were obtained after June 3d. 1898, and in accordance with the revision
-i the registration Pats heretolore made and In existence hit tha time and now.
I). RINGHAM.
worn to and subscribed before me this 29th day of June, 1808.
C. I. ROWTON, Justice of Peace.



S LADIES r.on= IJOHNSON'S
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SteeulPeORi6alPl11 L AND
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,y mal. (ns.ln it onlII Cures Fever
ACKERMAN STEWART .
Palatka, Florida.


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AN OPEN LETTER

To MOTHERS.
WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGl i ? TO THE
EXCLUSIVE USE (O)F THE WORD "CASTORI.- AND
"PITCHER'S CASTORIA&," AS OUR TRA'E 'MARK.
I, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, off Hyannis Kssachuseft,
was the originator of "PITCH.IR'S CASTORIA." "e same
that has bornc and docs now or every
bear thefac-siruile signature / 9 A a< wrapper.
This is the original SITCHER'S CASTORIA,' whih has been
used in the womes of the Mothers of America for over thirty
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at tco wrapper ca!d :ce that it is
the kind you have aiwaU s bought 0"- c ,. t he
and has the signature oi'f A~ :%. wrap-
per. No one has authority from nmo to use ing .,e ex-
cept The Centaur Company of which C'tas. Ir. LFic&,'er is
President.
March 8, 1897. ..... '-

Do Not Be Deceived.
Do not endanger the life cf your child by accepting
a cheap substitute which sonic cli d-t.gst may offer you
(h!ecause he makes a few more pennies on it), the in-
gredients of which even he does not know.

"The Kind You Have Always Bought"
BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF


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Scrofula to BATTLE OF SANTIAGO.

Sm1. D. 1oeektwa1" One ef the Wea.d.ed
UConsumpLtioI. Debeae Ildmte of the lht.
"We reached El Caney on the 80th,
Any one predisposed to Sorofula oe nad on the lot our squadron was order-
never be healthy and vigorous. This ed to charge up the San Juan hill,"
atIn the blood naturally drifts Into says J. D. Hoeokstra, one of the wound-
Coaint in the blood n ch adeep-seated ed heroesfrom Santiagq. "I shall never
Consumption. Binguchadeep-seated forget that day. The battle began at
blood disease, Swift's Speciflo it the 6:40 In the. morning and lasted till
only know cure for Scrofula, because nearly midnight. It was war to the bit-
it is the only remedy which can reach ter end. The Spanish fought bravely.
the disease. They did not give up without a strug-
Scrofula appeared on the head of my llttle gle I can't tell you of that day in de-
grandchild when only 18 months old. Shortly tall. It is like a dream to me now. The
after breaking out It ,spied rapidly all O ato
her body. The scabs on the oare would piel smoke was rolling all along our lines
on the slightest toueh, and the odor ha and the cannon spitting fire at a few
would arise made the at,- __
moeihere of the room seconds'intervals. We of the cavalry
athe llng and unbearable bhad to take ourshare of the brunt of the
the eyes, and we feared she fighting.
would low her sigh. s m. "In the midst of the fight I saw a
Indoat physicians ftin the in
surrounding country were Cuban shoot a Spaniard, and then, hor.
consulted, but could do rible as it seems, that Cuban deliberate-
nothing to relieve the lit-
tle insocent, and gave it 1s! r ly drew his machete and cut off tbo
as their opinion that the Spaniard's head. The body had not
ease was hopeless and Im-1
postIble to save the child's eyeil ht. It w" struck the ground when that head was
then that we decided to try wif t's Slpelflt seen rolling like a cannon ball. It wan
That medicine at one made a speedy and on. om t
plete ours. hhe is now a young lady, and a oon after this that I was wounded, and
never had a sign of the ditseae to return, remember no more t4 1 found myself
Ms. RuH allna. Km. being carried off the feld after the bat-
Sorofula is an obstinate blood disease, tise
and is beyond the reach of the average "Our division took 110 prisoners, and
blood medicine. Swift's Speciflo I heard that any number of them had
their heads out off by the Cubans, who
fs u had been given chairgoof the prisoners."
S.~.X Se IOOr-New York Journal.

is the only remedy equal to such deep. Yelow Jaui.d'ce Cured.
seated diseases; it goes down to the Suifferiig liumanlry mhotill lIe rpup-
very foundation and forces out every lol l ith every micaI tile for iet
taint. It is purely vegetable, and is
the only blood remedy gunranteed to rellf. It Is vitl ruleaiuie we pulilillh
contain no mercury, potash or other the following: "Titi Is to et-rtlfy tl!'l 1
mineral substance whatever, was a terrible suff rer from fellow
Books mailed free by Swift Specifl t annlie f l)4 lrix Iol'th itd itia
Company, Atlat-, Georgia. treaitel by orn e oftlie hert i livllana
al 1 ttInIi l" our city and all to no avallI. Dr
Pale People, Attention Bell. our tii, reli ll iee-
SI trick Bitters, and after taking two bot-
l Ples I was entir.-ly cure 1. I now take
You Look Pale I ileailiire In re, oimeinnetilig .hemt tosany
Eeel Tired pr.oni enulffeirlg willl, tl Ii terrll.l
ainlady. I tam gratefully totilrs, M1. A.
(Jot Spring Fever 0togirty. .exiiiton, Ky." Sold by
Y cu Blood ack-tiian & 'S eM a'r. ,'ri'Int,
Needs a Tonic Ars You Going to the Coast?
Needs a Tonic '. Thoseof (our rentiers hli) ire expect.
Take a bottle of ing to Spend a piiriion -of the heated
Quaker Remedy Co's term at the senside will dl) well to ial-

....lIRON Pl LLS .... vettigate the adivantaiges to e found ai
S" Coronado Beach,opposite Naw Smyrna.
Gives strength and tone to the entire Ai Coronado the f ae b lss fishing to
system, and makes ruddy cheeks aid the country will he folnd, bathing i I
rib, red blood. unex'celledl, and no prettier beach can

100 Pills, 100 Doses, ie f.oui, 01n te Atlanlti coast. Ifyou
FRIvE FIFTY CENTS. Intici>nte golns aAvav fille home
dutrlig to. n suititnerw w ie wfll ntlvine
Coats little to give them a trial--why v..u to write to 'V.II. Newell. proprier'l
not. All wishing to test its won- -if Ithe seasidle lint- Cornivdlo Bef c'h
derful merits, must call on e* .1fa ll particular. I ostufflee addrne.
AK[MAN & WAT 1 New Smyrna, Fa. ju8tf
O AT I. et)y fior Woinn
WAOLESALE AND IRETAIh Tansy, Pen lyroyal and ltIton Root
frigS. Seed ,' Plt$ alid Will PipeT. Pills remove all Uipprlreion, arod IJr.


"-Kuiakriv-ete qP t -r I' nol )l 111 i lll I
S ar addilot ress Dr. Frank hlinoudson.
A PIlawn, Ga. mil-.tu.
S PLA The readers f this luer will li
pleased to learn that tiere is at less
W ines, Liquors ne dreaidil dimse-i thit cieiceht,
been able to cure in ll la z sale, and
A ls, at is Catarrh. Hall'a Calarrh Cue is
And Cigars. the only positive cure known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being the
Very Old Wines constitutional disease,reaoures aconstil.
A Spec.lalty, utional treatment. Hall's U tarrh Cure
theilli of to taken internallv. acting directly up.
Seol attention gin to the falling o the blood and mucous surfaces or
Jugs and Keg. the system, thereby destroying the
We also handle the very foundation, of the disease, and giving
best of Case Goode the patient strength by building up the
AH Lo Ah lnalitution apd asiltting nature in do-
I DAHO A l ia inog its work. 'rl.e proprietors have so
15 Lemon Street, Palatka, Fl. much confidence ton Its curative powers,
that they offer One HutiJred dollars s
for any case that It fpllati dure. Send
list of testimonials. lI
^ are sAddress, P. J. ClivrIKy & Co Tole.
arSI e ba; .I i, O. 1 0*old by all Airuggisis, 75:

Is pays to peut

FERRY'S Tutt's Pills

SFamous eliCre All
Ash ths dealer or them. Sndf U
p&tal.Viats | Uv1. ink

p. 0. Frwu a Co.,a
Sle Save Your Money.
The mre efl a ml Iiving, One box of Tutt's Pills will save
the more skptcapcl he is in selecting hi, nany dollars in doctors' bills
pants, the better we like it. He wil Theywillsurelycureall diseases
then more fully appreciate the HUCK- )fthe stomach, liver or bowels.
SKIN BREECHES. He'll see at a NO Reckless Assertion
glance how carefully they are made. For sick headache, dyspepsia,
When be puts his haudsl In the pockels F .
he'll find a printed guarantee whie malaria, constipation and bilio-
Says; "If not as renrenented ynil usness, amillionpeopleendorse
money back. Tey coldan't be m TUTT'S Liver PILLS
they'U never be less,"


SIORTI' NEWS

PARAGRAPHS

General Happenings of the Week
Covered in a Brief Manner. ,

Southern Items.
BmiRMiNHAx, Ala., July 14.-An un-
known negro was lynched by a posse
for assaulting Mrs. Hodges, a widow,
at Coaling, Ala., about 40 miles south
aotjBirmingh .
+I'AsHVAItL, July 14.-Fire has de-
stioyed fiAev business houses in Mur.
freosboro,. audsing loves estimated at
more than 100,000. The insurance is
estimated ot $80,000.
GEOIROTowx, Ky., July Ib.-Clar-
ence Vinegar, twice convicted and son-
ltenced to bang for killing his wife in
this county 15 molithl ago, was hanged
here today. His neck was broken by
the fall.
SAVANNAHn, July 18.-The Georgia
naval reserves are going to be mustered
into the service of the United States.
Definite information to that effort has
been received here fiqon Lieutenant W.
F. Greenleaf, chairman of the Port
Royal naval board.
BIIIMINGHAM, Ala., July 18.-Dirt has
been broken at Ensley City, near here,
for the 1,000,000 basiv steel plant to Ix.
built under the auspices of the Tennies.
see Coal, Iron and Railroad company.
It is expected the plant will be in blast
before the cud of ten mouths.
DFCATI-t, Ala., July 14.- R. W.
Sturdivanut, engineer; Van Hayes, en-
gineer, onci iremiaan aid one brakeman,
na es unknown, were killed in a hoed.
enua -ollision btitween freight trains a
few miles south of this place on the
Louisville and Nashville railroad.
BAI.rlMOhItI, July 16A Lieutenant
John J. Blauidin, who was officer of the
deck on the Maine when she was de.
stroyed in Havana harbor, died bore to-
day. His death was the result of the
shock to hin nervous system sustained
on the fatal night of the explosion.
ATLANTA, JOuy Is -Veterannandt vis-
itors to the confedeirate reuniion which
opens here Wednesday are beginuniig
to arrive. Every train brings a numl-
ber and by the time the convention
commnienoes the city promises to be tull
to overflowing with the boys in gray
and their friends.
CHAHLOTTr,- N. 0.. July 13.--Co.-
gressnaon H. Z. Linney was renontli
nated by the Republican congressional
convention of the Eighth distri,.t at
Wilkestoro. The anti-Linney minIi,
coniplimning of a lack of rppresilaiitilon
on the credentials conilliittee. olu d
and called a convention to nominate
anotltlr ca'ondidate.
KEY WEST, July .15-The Eritish
schooner E. R. Nickerson, which wans
captured on Junoe 1 by the lIorlnt,
Hint nitll Wamnpatnuk, off Cape Cruz,
while attempting to run the bloukude in
Manzanillo; was brought here this
morning by a prize crew under Lieu-
tenant Doulual. She has a cargo of pro.
visions, hogs, goats, etc.
JACKgONVILuE, 'la., July 13.-ltunuor
has it that General Lee has telegraphed
President McKinley that he mnst be
sent to the front or he would send in
his resignation inside- of 48 hours.
Every iaa in the Seventh army cerps
hopes the rumor may prove true and
General Lee's men given a chance to
show *hat kind of stuff they are made of.
ArouSrA, Ga., July 18.-Congress-
man Fleming has secured a ruling from
the internal revenue department that
is important to all banks and depositors.
It is to the effect that a depositor,,in-
stead of checking out money and hav-
ing to stamp the check, may give the
bank a receipt for. the amount received
without putting a stamp on the receipt.
Locirivlir., July 14.-Dr. William H.
Whitaitt has resigned the presidency of
the Southern Baptibt Theologicasl emi-
nary in the bope of putting an end to
the controversy between his friends and
hiasepponents growing out o0 certain
publications, ia which he expressed
view on a point of church history in
which many members of his church did
not agse with him.
MorTOOMtay, Ala., July 16.-Within
a jees the prebabililies are that the
Ahbama negro regiment will be in the
camp of instruction near Mobile. One
of the battalions is already there and
has been for a month, and several of
the companies organized under the see.
ond call have been sent down. All of
the Alabama negro companies will be
officered by while men..
SAVANNAH, July 10.-Lieutenant F.
A. Anderson, with a prize crew of seven
men from the' United States cimiset
Marblebead, has brought the Britih
steamship Adula into port. here and
will turn her over to the United States
court to be treated as a prize. The
Adula was captured on Jane iW as she
was attempting to run the blockade and
enter Guantanamo bay.
CHAITANOOOA, July 14.-Judge New.
cnan of the Uted States district court
for the northern district of Georgia has
issued a decree granting the petition of
Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Wallace of Boston,
who asked for the release of their seo,
"' Wallace. a minor, from Ce.isz=


M,Eilghth Maisacnouetts, with which
,she had enlisted without the consent of
his parents. The young man will be
sent home immediately.
BIRMINtHAM, Ala., July 13.-A report
comes from Miami, Fla., where the Ala.
bama volunteers are in camp, to the ef-
fect that Private H. Brede, who enlisted
in the Pratt City company, committed
suicide by shooting his head off. The
story comes that he laid down under a
large palm tree and with his feet pulled
the trigger which exploded the gun.
The private's head was almost blown
off. No reasons were assigned for the
rash deed.
IJALIIOH, July 14.-The North Caro-
linS railway commission has taken so.
tion on complaints against the Bouthern
Express company pn4 the Weetern
Union Telegraph company for exacting
and collecting from shippers and send.
ers of messages a higher rate than that
fxed and approved by the commission'
y forcing the payment by shippers and
senders of the revenue tax stamps. The
express company and the telegraph
company are cited to appear July tq
and show cause it any reason why the
penalties for overcharges should not be

ORLANDO CHOSEN.
State Democratic Convention to be
Held August 3fd.
Call for a State Deeaocratic Con-
vention at Orlalillo, Fla., Wednelday,
Augunt :1 d, IS:
"The Democratli party of the State
of Flortda will hidl n Sltate Convention
lat Orlandol, Fla., oil WVi diilnesdav. Aug-
int :3. l S! at 12 in., for the lo.lowinit
purpwies:
"To iiominate the following candi
iltlen. to-wil: 'Two Justicei of the
SLpreme CCourl, line for the full lteirnll
of nix years. andl o ne to fill tile unlex.
paired term of IIln. 1. S. Lidilon, re.
signed; a Stale rreisurer, to fill the
unexpired term; two lRlilroail ('on-
missiioner-. each for the te in of foul
years, andil no railroad Cmimistosioner
for the term of two years, to be voted
for at the ncxt, retulhr Slale eecltiou:
aln to iratisaclt such other lusinepc
as may come hefoie the convention.
"The different cilunlie In the Stc ll
will ,enid dIhtleiale Ilo l he coneni loin
upon the following tiasis of representa-
tion: One deleiutle f,.r e itw'i one lunl
dr(id votles for ithl lliilidate on l he
SIHIP lillk I w iho i -ivep d tihe hi.t ti '
numbehcr of votes at the general election
of h t ul tili l t on'ile l i hl aoti voole i- the
IrtC ,ll i t1lt hi' lh.rpii f. w hvil it
a inolnil to IlliM i'r .rio ,t."
Th heouirl lil- ni etr h liis rule will e
enlilleid to reprepent onli a % t'follhm':
Alaclhu. 11; Ilrad lirel a-d, 1; < hnl l ii, i ; ('iiru i. ;
Cliy, 4; C(olunhiii;. i; )mil- I; D)e Silo
1; Diiv "222 I-; .t tnl n ,i 11: ; 'lilu klin.
2, (Gadsden. 4: Hamilton, .1; Ilreii.i.l
21; Hililobiro, .Ol; 1ollhu-, 3; .ilckshii i9:
.Jvfferonl, 14; Lafa'itelle. 3:; Lake, 7:
L, e. 3; L.enn, 14; Levy, 4; Liberty, 1:
Manatee, 7; Madiaon. 7; Marioii, ti.
%lonroe, 4;- Nascu. 4; Ort.ere, 10;
lice Ina, 2; Pasco,4; Polk.R; PutnamS8:
St. Johns, 7; Santa Itosa, 5; Su-nier,4:
Suwamnee, 1; Tlhii. 2; Volusia, 8;
tVakulla, 5; Waltln,4; Washldlgion,3.
The counites will select Iheir dele-
eates In any manner which may be
deemed heet by the people, acuint
through the party oirn'inization, as rec-
ognized hv the last State convention.
All Democrats are invited to particl-
pale in the selection of delegates there-
to, Including thoce who have become'
qualified to vote eince the last election.
The chairman and secretaay of each
county convention held for the purpose
of electing delegates to the State con-
vention are rqi-ested to send Hon. W.
A, Rawls, chairman, Tallahassee
FIt., a written or printed copy of ith
proceedings of such county conventions
together with a list of the names of the
county executive committee appointed,
dleslgoallin thereon -the chairman and
secretary of such committee.
W. A. RAWLS, Chairman.
J. C. CoorPn, Secretary.

BUY FLAGS and Bunting foi
decorating purposes from
Tax S. E. BOND CO.

NO CURE-NO PAY
That is the wny all drugilet. sell
OROVE'8 TASTELESB CHILL
rON [ for Chills and Malaria. It is
simply Iron and Qulnine in a tasteless
frem, Childrean lore it. Adult pre-
tfr It to lbltter nauseating tonie
Prioe, Seo. Jun 8.1y

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Your friends may smile
But that tired feeling
Means danger. It
Indicates impoverished
And impure blood.
This condition may
Lead to serious illness.


It should be promptly
Overcome by taking
Hood's Sarsaparifl s.-*
Which purifies and
Enriches the blood, r
Strengthens the nerves,
Tones the stomach,
Creates an appetite,
And builds up,
Energizes and vitalizes
The whole system.
Be sure to get
Only Hood's.


LEGAL ADVkItTISKMKENTS.

ADIN/.1TISTATOR'N NOTICE.
iX MONTHS AFTFR IDATK I WIL, FRic-
LMENT nMy final sceominte and vouchers. ai
Allninlhtruatir of thlie Kstat, o[ Char em Corning,
*ie Hil~e I t, tile Count .1 iIli'e of l'utnam olln.
.v. F I rl .ant ask t obe' iellarged from th
iurtlitr alliiliinirai oit i f n lhl PitAtl.
-.H8. CRILL,
Aii.ullstratr.
ftel in. olli.(] Ciin ti ltln i nltnex.).

ADMI.NISTRATORS NOTICE.
SIX MII.NT111AFTER DiATr I WillI'R EIENT
fil l 1 ial'ro II lldt l *1 10iiii, i ithan ui sllllio
tr.ilrix rii t -I latr-f WIll. fJ.]Mvk., iieiwall tiV
I I' ll llmn I, 1111i4( l' (f I' lilain ;imilask, tl; h il hl ll.ii Ir.,il the filrihrr ad-
iiltilni ratlioi of nailll et.illta
.MAIVh.IP>KPIiINtM- K'ECK.
Ja -ll in Adl iillstrairls.
NiCllTa 'I1t PslILICoATIOn.
I.AKD onICI ATr oAItnVILLF. FLA.,
It ll.l 1. ile, e
Trl E IS HERERBY f;il\V ftrAI' THE
1fl olloiwinlg n,.iiil.ettller ha lin h ll notie of
her Ililelitlio t. iM aPl.K tiial l r< i.,i 1ll nii i|. rt
,It heriP" l11111, 1i i ilt 0i.dlil )ir ,f wtil Ie lillado
h lif e Ihrk I '. I l iii rrir. at P ltka., Fla.. tin
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Iof thle lr ili 1i ril ,i l o.I r Pl.'isesli I iI tyI li 1
the Hi ll IIV. A icuuk r, eili.l of sli i'otr"
ilaie tile t111 h l.i 1 JIV i, '. A. 1 t. i r wlilerei
l ii ort t e lr Iti t. iliil t lito andl WillihI,ti .
l toiii I n illeonilijit. I ,, Ii i |ii llltlr auc-
tlin, loir .ol i, tt il, h iilhenlt alil lie I .lli er, at
the'fr.n' ihi lr iil tiel I o rt l 1i0i liI I latka, III
said linyn ( if( I III-sill (i n tile
fIlIt'r MM'D)AY IN A.I'.rST, A. D. 1IN,
the Panne Ilng the Ilt day V mi M ,
during tile le.al, l ,orit roi nllo th that day, *ll
11' Hil lolhlwlgK ilecrlli. il iEr-oualT l.roperty,t-
wit:
nt twol wonlen llillllnroe 11 )ilok llfty-thrs
i.ll or tie City iof l'lltkaoitil aI an otliei-toril
rilu., aoil efagine bhonidu. Il the plant and ma-
chlnry tlherelin ountllsel. noniltirng iof eni
itatliianry elght ,irese ior engine and wao -
IlI, inower Iillr (mladO by John Y. Hamr M&a-
clIme Ciio. oneiwoodilplltter. s aw and mandrel,
ondiesm ohlih In. anil vurllii lilllley, ahfitin ,ail
Imlitig. The wiole of the alioi dai tlbodper-
Omital property onmiatlithlg 4m lon e ronl orle and Vloreloe ew gn, %s
In coenintloto ith rald ilion and woo'fhusluses.
lyl-4w P...1. HIllA.htUR'. peidal Maister.


ROLLINS COLLEGE
STANDSFOR
THOROUGH EDUCATION.
PRACTICAL EDUCATION.
MODERN EDUCATION.
DEPARTMENTS:
Colelatgt, aletporalooy, Comrnocsrcll
An&k. ,"- Norma.
Every emphaslisi laid upon the Inatrie-
tin Klvell. The afesMor and Instructors
are experts who nav held oerrespondlim
pMiltions ln the highest eollees In l th
Beautiful LoOttfib, Healthful Surround-
Inp5, Modem Mtbhodin. ioellent library.
Pine Oymn-lau, Weil-Furnished Rooms,
Uood Door&
Tterannaitioonable. ach itudenltIgtilal
a room to hip elf without extra charge.
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THE TIMiR-HERALD. JULY'2.2


THE TIMES-HERALD
j PUDLISH3D tRIDAYe.


MAS. 1,. KENDALL, Editor ud Prprotor,.

iJ tIUOITIOI *ATR.-Ons Tar, 1.00. M1
eO eN10 CDts. Three Mo"ths, U Cents.
iuMntons due In advance.

All advertisIn Mills teomo'due pro rata
Smooth. Special and short time payable
All rttilttancea sriuld be made by exprem,
onwv nudtr or roeristered ;tter.

DEnIOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.

For State Senator,
E. S. CRILL.
For the Legislature,
JOHN McALLISTER,
J. H. HARt'.
For County Treasurer,
B. J. KENNERLY.
For Tax Collector,
F. C. BLANCH ARD.
For Tax Ass sior,
GEO. F. BULLARD.
For Members County School Board,
District 1-E. W. J. PARRISH.
District 2- E(). E WELCHl.
District 3 H. .) t)FO LER.
For lCounty SHrvieyr,
P. D. W\AI'KINS.

THOMAS JEFFERSON'S OPINION.


It is a stroui recogniiion of the wis-
dom and potenev of Thomas Jellersou
that everybody wuh a govermental the'
orv or hobby tries to justify it hy ex-
tracts from the writings of the authori
of the Declaration of ituiependence, ,ii
deductions from them. Those wbc uwe
opposed to the territorial expansion amdh
business broadening to which the wm,
with Spain is leading our country. hn,.i
up-hbill work in sustainingi themlv,-
by the example of the Suge of Dtue.
racy. Everybody who hbus access to a
map published by the Government,
showing the original divisions of the
territory now comprising the United
States, from the Atlantic to the Pacific.
should learn a lesson from the vant ex.
tent of the Louisiana purchase, made in
Jefferson s Administration. This was
the most tremendous stride in empire
ever made by this country. It included
what are now the states t of Louisiana.
Arkansas, Missouri, Iowa, Minuneuta,I
Kansas, Nebraska, %<,rih lDakota,South
Dakota, Montann, Idaho, Oregon, and
Washington, part of Colorado, and al-
most all of Wyoming, and Indiain and
Oklahoma territories. Roughly (sil
mating, the purl.hasi cumoithes about
one.third of our present continental
possession. Its extent sl nearly three


rights; but hedid not believe In clrdtm.
scribing succeeding generations ina the
limits which bound the early days of the
republic, when our system was not be-
yond the stage of experiment. But be.
fore Jeffenon died, the idea of expan.
sion was taking hold. He wrott in the
last year of his life:
"That form which we have submitted
restores the free right to the unbounded
exercise of reason and freedom of opin
ion. All eyes are open. or openiaog to
the righb of man. The general spread
of the light of science hes already laid
onen to every yiew the palpable truth
that the mass of mankind bhs not been
born with saddles on their backs, nor a
favored few hooted and spurred, readlv
to ride them legitimately, by the grace
of God."
This Is the spirit of the ter:itoiial ex
teuiion, and the spread of our free svs.
tern, which is glowing out of the war.
The people are in fivor of the most ad.
vaniiced steps now in contemplation ias
results of the present holtlitics with


Sp.aiu. erunmeint, they will be a bad set to deal
_. -- ... witth, ito.
REASONS WHY. In the ilia Philippines, Aguinaldo, the
.- Insurgeut leader,hlii already proclaimed
The question is fittiuently asked it hl:uiseif president of the Philippine re-
to what cOnatitute the grounds for our iputilic, and it Is very evident that he
confidence that the strongly luiretuifu id i tiriposes it have something to say con-
money power will betdefeated aud sivver ev, i ing the linal di hpoition of the isl-
restoredi to its old place in our fluauciil an I8.
sy'tenj. The liituuirgins, both in 'muba and the
Among the many reason-* for th,, I'hilippiiies,. ae goinUg to give us trou-
tituate triumph of birueitiliI tI Ithe i b, msmd it will be some time after the
ULnileil "*tes we would iietiiii ltit~he riliing I|ati ias t, bhe done with Spain
f.illowing: i,, ,er I Iith teloie we see the end of


;i. d aud silver h ive itl wi atge t1wlei
ia sci ied t oii eth r iin eff c n Iill.
wrnl', exchlauLe'.
Thev have never beeu divorced from
each ot her without producing disastrous
results.
Two metals endowed with money
functions furnish a more .quable,sound
and uniform medium of exchange than
one alone.
Their use as money on this continent
anteaates the existence of this nation.
The founders of this government, the
authors of our written corstitutin,
recognized gold and silver as the best
materials for money.
The experience of more than a cen.
tury has demonstrated the wisdom and
patriotism of the selection and endow-
ment of gold and silver as mediums of
exchange.
The United States has been and is
now the largest producer of the money


times as great as that of the original metal of the wor d, and requires the
thirteen states. greatest. amount of money to perform
Of Jefferson's Louisiana purchase the the exchNuges Incident to our advanced
New York Sun says: civilization.
"Ha hlie hesitated for one instant in The rascally measure and manner in
that supreme hour. the whole history which silver was dropped from coinatge
of the two Americas-North and Southii shocks the moral sense of all honorable
-as it is written to-day, might haved men.
been reversed, and the European poy.- The rank and file of all political par-
ers-not thie United States-possibly ties are g-dl, lv vtdhaking 'iff .r-tv
would be, in lthee closing years of the creeds atl i" j iices. iand art d. ir.
century, the diniuiant inu'h :rly in till" minedi to rilre.s the wrn.2 hv 'ihiving
hemisl)here. Next to the Uievilutiol, from power the c.u liv u.tc.sl. who wn.
the actqulsiiu ot of L uii aa I i lie itii.t tonly tiuk daI n the OPip !e'' faTorite
stupendous event i utir annM'K. The medium of exch sige !o itlci own self
twocomb'ned, i. tlie iouility ynaiil lHuet- aitgril'z 'ment.
cent resu'ta It hii five lu' il iiiti h liin h *l'. e ii c i c iar'y, tinlr the
have chintei thI u lltetlii~euf a ]lrge ttieaclhinrgs of .1 ifert'o,. J, c.nti, Iand
part o theht liumn iace l.nt- .n, hi. iis. n smio1g go .und in
Jefferson iudu ihei Il. upnina pur. IavrI oi the tinmounitzatioin utf stvei.
chase without theaulth',rnv it Cuit. ies., TI. Hli uil r ais lliha favor silver
and I,. wasi lihriel with strainintu the (Anil Ithir 11i t.' I ltegli.n) are generally '
Constitution tio .iatin th iis treurudmu* mni 4 f .stronu c.nvietins wlo will uInot
end. An peinlni who is looting for btw easily swerved from what they be-
further Dem,, catic precedlenlor broad- liete to be right and jus'.
tning our field can fiud it lU tM atuIon Ballet ing that there w II bt a union
of President Jackson,wbo made sure cf of m-n f a'l parles on the single ques.
Flonda first, aud the I we'i there ne tion, and forget irg or : utllng aside all
gotiation :* r its transfer from pasin to other issues unti; i he English e.em of t
proceed. finance Is forever rerudlated. we will I
Strict cont!tational coltsructionista labor dn sealously., eufil.ent h..t right
an generally follow roof Jeenofw ud will pretal.
he a of uoeree, a stickler for th D1. "'
e'ertaUo of Iudependease, aid the or- The order of the Raroad Comm ea on
guntes'a ratflled by tlhuatueg ausag reducing assenger f.es we4A Into
so the Federal estabilobisat seria .uil.. t A ndy.


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CORPORATIONS MUST PAY.

Assistant Attor ey General Boid has
rendered a decision of far'reaching im.
vor'ance with reference to the -war
stamp tax. He has ruled that railroad
companies and other common carriers
must pay the tax on bills of lading and
receipts for goods to be shipped and
that the tax cannot be properly made to
fall upon the shipper or general public.
In his conclusions the assistant attorney
general says that the purpose of the law
is plain. It was to tax .he carrier and
not the shipper, and the provisions of
the law, he says, un loubtedly fixed up.
on the express companies and other
carriers the duty of providing, affixing,


and cancelling the stamps without extra
charge to the I uhlic.

The FPnridian draws attention to the
startling fact thit should the Governor
die, resign, or from any cause become
disqualified or incaDable of discharging
the duties of his office at any time after
the November election until the legisla.
ture sheets in April, 1899, there would
be no legal successor to his office, and
the state would be left without a chief
executive. Under the constitution he
would ori nearly be suck!ceedei I the
president o9 the a naite. hut lie is l sif
Faillnt theppresidlent ,thien bythePpesk.
er ,f the house, b i 1.s term expires at
the November ultctlon. N. Iprovison
i% made for an 1 terlnltive successor to
the speaker. The tentedy seems to be
in a ciNiitutioninl am,nd.iamettn provid-
ing fiirt luth eil' clni11 iff tlieutenatil .nt
,i sir is, sireit h ii,, thel line of sueces-
il 0l.


MORE TROUBLE AHEAD. .

The Albany Herald has a sensible d*
itorial'on future developments la Cuba,
Mys the Macon News, in the course of
which it says those who are oongratu-
latin themselves and the country upon
the present prospect of an early termi.-
nation of the war with Spain r hug.
ging a deletion. The war may'soot be
over so far as the armed forces of the
Opanish government are concerned,but
after the Spaniards are driven out of
Cuba, the Philippines, and Porto Rico,
then we will have to deal with the in-
surgents. And we will be fortunate
ideed it we don't have the same trouble
with them that the Spaniards have had.
Indeed, it may be worse, for the Cubans
have an idea that this war is being
fought for their especial benefit, and
that as soon as the Spaniardsare driven
from the island the insurgents (most of
whom are mongrel) will expect to take
charge. Wit h the arms and equipment
that have been given them by our gov-


Despite the promise of a government
in Cuba by the people of the Island, the
United statess may find conditions at
the end of the war that, will preclude
the possibility of fulfilling the promise
for several years. One thing Is assured,
and that Is it will be necessary for our
government to garrison the fogsa and
conduct the affairs of the island until
such time as the Cu(lbns demonstrate
their ability in htrp) a stable govern.
ment of their own.

There Is every Indication now that


Under the capt son, "A anny ed4or."
the Tallabassean prints the following:
"The editor of the Suwannee County
Democrat don't like Mormon elders,and
resorts to a unique method of calling
attention to the anticipated results ot
their operations in his community. He
be"d a colman of his paper with the
announcement that two converts were
lAptised near Branford recently by the
elders, follows it with a martlage notice,
then a death notice, and a destructive
fre. No words the editor could have
put together would more graphically
tell the final outcome of the success of
Mormonism than this arrangement of
current news events suggested."

Among the newspapers of the state
to advocate the Florida Railway Com-
mission, ls the Valley-Gazette, of Kis-
simmee. which presents an able argu-
ment in favor of the commission. It is
the duty of every newspaper in the
state to take the same stand, and Tuim
TIMEs-HERALD congralulates the Val-
ley-Gazette upon taking such a bold and
fearless stand on a matter in which the
people of Florida are so deeply con-
cerned.


the United Sta.es will require a large
stand!og army for many years to come. Makes Men Straing.
By some authorities it is estimated that Dr. ldmiondsin's Pills of IJfe re
stire lost vitality, build up the entire
two hundred thousand soldiers will be system. and makemanl) men and wo-
needed for garrison duty in the newly manly women. St per box. Address
acquired territory-30,000 for the Phil. Dr. Frank Edmondron. Atlanta, Ga.
ippines, 4,000 for the Sandwich and
Ladrone Islands, 15,000 tor Porto Rico Ptroc.
and the balance for Cuba. We have Just received a complete
line of patriotic Neckwear for ladieg
THE TIME.8-HERALD is pleased to and S.Zatleme. /
ad8 to Its exchange list the Sunday Call, -
of Jacksonville. The Call is edited by For Fine Organdies, Dimities, and
that well-known journalist, Hamilton Lawns at New York prices, go to
Jay, and is one of the very best edited Tit 8. E. BOND CO.
papers in Florida. It deserves Jack- Io Casse for Alarm.
sonvilli's support, and we are pioased Yellow fever cannot affect the body
to see that it is getting it. If the d'gR.*ion, b'ood and bowels are
healthy. Pat yourself lathis eonditlon
Before the adjournmentof Congress, by taklog Prickly Ash letters; It is
' Dixie" was played In the hall of the th gratmft system eleanser and regu.
lator on earth. &,ld by Aekerman &
House of Representatives for the first Stewart.
time. By the time the South has sent
to the front a few more Schleys, Blues, O lC l R.
(lobsns, and Bagleys, it will be one of ItNa --g u n
the favorite national aimrs t '





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manufactured by scientific processes
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Co. only, and we whla to imnprea9 upon
all the importance of purchasing the
true and original remedy. As the
genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured
by the CALItOnRUA Fie SYRUP Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist one in avoiding the worthless
imitations manufactured by other par.
ties. The high standing of the CAL.-
roax V Fie Syur Co. with the medi-.
cal profession, and the satisfaction
which the genuine Syrup of Figs has
given to millions of families, makes
the name of the Company a guaranty
of the excellence of its remedy. It is
far in advance of all other laxatives,
as it acts on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without irritating or weaken-
Ing them, and it does not gripe nor
nauseate. In order to get its beneficial
effects, please remember the name of
the Company-
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
saN rMflaIsses. el.
LeonsTILLt. Ky. law YOReK. .Y.

The anti.hog association, of Orlando
Is out with a manifestolo the state press
demanding that "every man nominated
for the legislature should be pledged in
writing, before nominating him, to do
his utmost to nave this obnoxious law
repealed." They are making the ques-
tion an issue in the Orange bounty
campaign.


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THE TIMES-HERALD, FRIDAY, JULY 22


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JAPANESE
FaI L.iM

CURE
A New andi Complete I smciimnt, 4in-ut
Sll I' tTK)R l'tS, CIa| -lesof (iittmtilt aind it
Boxes oft Oittintnt t. A Ii-tr.vr.f;.;1 ,luig .lirt I ,,
ofeverynatureanl degree. It makti,iitoltwi']'.r
with the klife, which tI uaiifu!, anid o tllrii t i'
in death unnecessary, Why endure this terrab'
iIIatse We pack a Writtln GuaraSnte In ea(
Iles. No Cure, No Pay. 5oc.rtd (ta ux, 1
. Sent by mail. Sample free
OINTMENT, 250. and '.Oc.
Cn TIATINCured, Pailoes retstkd, t
CONSTIPATION Uapiese Liver Pitl1,1t,,l
great LIVER anot STOMACH RFt(t.A'I'tk.-a,
tILOOD PURIFIER. Small, d1li"M l'll 'ol
to take: especially diaptcd lor tuldrc 'a u i
doses 2 cents.
FREE -A vial ofthese famous little Pllet`
ne given with a Si hbix or more of Pile Citri:
NOTICK-rHe (;K.NUItIt PKe H JAPANnlI Pll
utsa for sal only by
ACKERMAN& STEWART.



A Shattered Nervous System,
FINALLY HEART TROUBLE.
Restored to Health by Dr. Miles' Nrvilhe.


R. EDWARD HARDY, thejollyman-
ager of Sheppard Co's. great store at
Braceville, Ill., writes "I had never
been sick a day in my life until In l10. I
got so bad with nervous prostration that I
had to give up and commence to doctor. I
tried our local physicians and one in Jolliet,
but none gave me any relief and I thought
I was going to die. I became despondent
and suffered untold agony. I could noteat,
sleep nor rest, and It semed u If I could
not exit. At the end of six months I was
i-duced to but a shadow of myself, and at
last my heart became affected and I was
truly miserable. I took six or eight bottles
of Dr. Miles' Nervine. It gave me rlief
from the start, and at last a cre, the sg t
eat blesslg of my life*
Dr. Miles' Remedies
are sold by all drus-
sists under a positive
luarantee, sn t bottle
beaelts or money re- l-W -
fuhnd book o dlso
eas" of the be art MA


Slorm i

Sgmser?
We never did; but we have
seen the clothing at this time
of the year so covered with
dandruff that it looked as if it
had been out in a regular snow.
storm.
No need of this snowstorm.
As the summer sun would
melt the falling snow so will


Ager's



Hair



vigor
melt these flakes of dandruff In
the scalp. It goes further than
this: it prevents their formation.
It has still other properties:
it will restore color to gray hair
in just ten times out of every
ten cases.
And it does even more: it
feeds and nourishes the roots
of the hair. Thin hair becomes
thick hair; and short hair be-
comes long hair.
We have a book on the Hair
and Scalp. It is yours, for the
asking.
If you do not ohtnin ll the benefits
you expeted front tt i. of thi Vigor,
write th dti'ht slt, It It. Proulably
there tI stno e .i hulty wllh yolur gitt
eral s t teU 0ilr e asil t y .I -
moavd Addr Le.,
DR. J, AYEIt, Lowell, Masl.


The successful grovers o


Oranges

have found out that only by
the liberal use of fertiI:;ers con.
training Io,% and ov. : ,Ifactual


Potaw

can they raise ar e c:'op : o'
wiL! flavored. rik ',- co!uorc'
fruit.


LOOK HERI

FOR LATEST

New&y ItemS Colletted Froth All
Sections of the Nation,
8outherOl Storles.
CTneITMAAUoA, Ga., July 8.-The gov.
rumenit paymasters are now at work
rn the last half dozen regiments a+
Camp Thomas and will be ready to pro.
teed to camps further south tomorrow,
NAlAVIlTrT., July 6 -The seventeenth
internationall Christian Endeavor cou.
Vettion opened today; will be in sssiaon
W1til July 11. Nearly all the states andi
territories, and also several foreign
cantries, are represented.
DALLAS, July 7.-A fire at Rogers,
Bell county, has destroy< 1 about 2,1
I ees of business, causing a loss of
$6O,000, partly insured. J. N. Brookes,
merchant and I'nnker, is the heavins
loser. i ss amounts to $14,00).
TAMPA,Fla.,Jul:6.-This morning .Tim
Tatham, teamster, attached to the See-
ond brigade, shot a negro wlo had at-
tacked him with a heavy whip. Thren'
shots were fired, two of which were
fatal. The negro died a few minutes
later in the Michigan hospital.
CU'MBERL.AND, Md,, July IIl.-Gov.
ernor Lowniles nnnounres that the state
of Maryland will present toCoimmodore
Winfielil Scott S bley a magnificent
sword. The governor will also recomn
Imend to the legislature tit the next ses-
sion the passage of a vote of thanks,
JACrKSONVII L,. zFlh., July 7.-Infor.
mation has bien received bore of the
foundering on Sapolo bar, Ga., of the
steam tng ateo Spencer, of this port.
The crew was saved, hut the vessel is
said to be a total loss. She was owned
by George W. DeCottes of this city, and
was not insured.
ATLANTA, July 9.-The official pro.
gram of the reunion of confederate vet.
erans, to be held here July 20.23, han
been prepared. It is filed with inter-
esting events for the four days the con
vention will be in ses-ion. Hon. Charles
. JIooker of Mississippi is to deliver
the annual oration.
ATLAN-TA, July 11.-In all of the
churches of this city special prayers of
thanksgiving were of'erod for the sue.
cess already gained bly the American
forces, for thle future preservation oi
our soldiers and for the speedy restora-
tion of peace. This a tion was takenin
response to a Froclumation from the
president requestiug same.
OnIcEAMAt'A,. Ga., July 11. The
great army at Camp Thomas is now be-
ing equipped with all possible baste
and the supplies are reaching camp by
the carloaa. Heretofore it Las been the
pooliy of the department to ship the
ordnance and quartermnsster's stores to
Camp Thonas by freight, but now the
equipment is being sent here by ex-
pre.
Mon.r., July 8 -The fifth company
of the negro regiment which is mobil-
isingat this place has been mastered
in by Lieutenant Hollis, 100 strong. It
is the first company that has been mus-
tered in with the full complement of
men. It is officered by Harry C.
Vaughan, captain, Colden C. Brown,
frst and William V. Lrumby, second
lieutenant.
BAvanMxa, July 8.-A package was
mat to the Southern Express company's
office by Messrs. George Tiedeman & Co.
The company refused to receive it unless
the sender paid for a V-cent stamp to be
pat on the bill of lading. The sender
refused to put the stamp on, and has
referred the matter to the board of
trade,~which institution will probably
take it into the courts at an early date.
S WalCROAs, Ga., July 11.-Dr. A. A
Luther of Oklahoma, who has received
an honorable discharge from Roosevelt's
rough riders on soaount of injuries re-
eoved after the first famous engagement
of the rough riders near Santiago, made
a leotare at the armory of the Waycross
rifles. There was a splendid audience
and a collecttnn was taken by request of
Chairman John T. Myers to purchase
quinine aMd toroaco for the rough ridTrs.
RAIzmti, July 9.-There is a fresh
sensation in the much talked of case of
Judge W. L. Norwood of the superior
court, whose resignation conditioned
upon his again being intoxitated was
placed in V. 8. Lusk's hands and by the
latter sent to Gtvernor Russell and then
accepted, the governor appointing Eu.
gene Carter of Asheville as judge. The
attorney general has granted Norwood
the right to bring suit nla the name of
the state to try the title to the offloe.
DacATtUa, Ala.,Jaly IL-The confed.
making extensive preparations to at-
tend the eoaftdorate reunion in Atlanta,
July M. Many campe have already
taken aette, the lut bein Oamp Fred
AahoId, at Town C'Iok. At. Thbit
eamp, though located in a vTery small
town. a few miles from this place, is
one of the largt In the state. The
emap will attend in a body in full unt.
ferm. They will te jead to other

MomU, July 1.-T-. psaUtla. stat
llaao XUi / I- M M,, tlB4
tet.,'SS


I pair,


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lor *; u,Luw: it prootly cai be put in
working order for the amount of insur.
ance, but not without such loss of time
as will deprive the bay of fumigating
facilities the greater part of the quaran.
tine season. Vebsols can be fumigated
at the national quarantine station at
Ehip island, Mim,
MoNvtonMEiY, July O.-Former Gov
ernor Oates of this city is a genera.
without a command. He waap ppoiuned
a brig.dier by the president about six
wteks ago and is willing, ready and
waiting to go to the frout, but up to
this time they have failed to give him a
commani d. He think there are a
greater number of generals than there
bM Ttrxptti till tp their oVfalhandts-
that when he left Mobile a few days ag,
there were more generals waiting there
for assignments than there were regi.
nients in camp there.

Wlhen wear Ioglns to exceed rep-it
in your t-ody you ategolong tofal eltk
'Tlhe s'Igs of it are; low of flesh, pale
ne-fs, weakne -s, nervosnessi, etclo. Tt e
repair needle d is focd. You thiut yon
eat enough, and yct you feel that you
wt ar nut more tissue, energy, nerve
force tlitn your food makes lor yot.
T- dimffleiuly :s that you do not dlgest
enriorli. And this is so serious it Is
ortl hittingg down serleuely to think
,tbont If you can't digest what you
e.t, rntkea few dope of Shaker Digtes-
iv eCorlitl. rileeneeot ofit will hI.
to in'remse your flt-h and inmake on
feel stronger. You won't fall sPIk
Pioof that It is In control of yonr ra
Iplrapparatus. It's easy enough t
teat thit for yourself. Take & few bo .
Iles of Shaker Digestive Cordhil.
Ai druggists, prie. 10 cents to $1 pe.
bottle.
Delay is dangerous-when you nave s
Conih or Cold, take PEEK'S PINE
TAR YRUP at once; it will cure
jiucky. Peqk's Drug Store, LeA'ron
street opposite court house. *
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In Other Sections. barges, towed by the Alaska Connm
WAs rNoNTO, July 15.-President Mo. cial company's steamer, were lost
Kinley today, in speaking of the fall of the same storm. They cost about $
Santiago, said: "I hope for early 000. A similar fate overtook the n
peace." river boat towed by the National C
LoxDos, July 13.-A dispatch to The The loss in the last case wasn S.000.
Daily Telegraph frotmnGibraltar says thu
American squadron is expected at Tan- o jw.
gier about Friday. 0OClai G ayeL e
MADRID, July 1:1,-The government
continues its assuianoes to the effect To be entertaining
the ministers are not taking part in uny when one ought to be
peace negotiations which may be pro. asleep. 'o eat sweets
feeding. and selads when the (
WA5iexo'exO, July 15.-There have tomach craves the
been nso overtures for perse received by |I all. To lau h
any United States embassy or legation when onewants to
abroad or by the department of state au cry. All this and
Washington. 0 much more
BRESLAU, July 18.-A dispatch fropi society de-
Gleiwitz, Prussian Silesia, says that 24 mandsof her
persons have been killed by a cageollow rs.
accident at the Paulus colliery, near tratn
Morgenrou. oo t h
NEW YORn, July 18.-Two ocean tugs, nerve
each towing three barges,. has left ftot ofdeli-
Santiago. The barges were laden with ate
structural iron and other materials for wo
the docks to be built by the government I
at @antiago. hbeddseh* '
WAm IaeroTN, July 18.-The proba-. crushing alns
bilities of peace are as remote as ever, The blues.
No move in that direction has been' such symptoms
made by any of the foreign offit'alA dicate serious
here and despite the pitiful conditita of rangements of
Spain her pride appears to rostraiu hu delicate Kwale
cuaisma. and t
from making any direct overtures. Wonder 1 m ovrcome
WAPHINIOTOX, July 16,-The state de- that they l once. Remove
meat post a bulletin stating that Al. break cane. String
miral Dewey pays a high tribute to the down? exhausted nati
Chinese board the American ships nBradld'* Pmle JsRelte0
the battle of Manila, and suggests thaiseanddm yfotew eak
they should receive recognition by be. Is tho laridest medy r th wkne
ing made citizens of the United States. ad ,Rlaito isrnoutste
HoKto-Koim, July IL-The German mituer of mhical oriin but i at
cuiserr Oruoran, frost Manila July I1,, ard remedy comgpouand in seorda
has arrived here. She reports that all w",ith eltlicplic b0 ap.
ta s quid at the capital of she Philip. sg T sk medical mas M l
Pid islandsi i he she I l WS *I. The L Cgamiatsr iS q'
lW eaet had Moe advajno, *#o mi
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Sdren this summer?
E Are they doing
'well? Do they
get all the benefit they
should from their food?
Are their cheeks and lips
of good color? And are
they hearty and robust in
every way?
If not, then give them

Scott's Emulsion


i'tmLALPtailltA, July 1G.-The British
tank steamer Luci!ene, now in this port,
has been Lought by the government to
qerry water to Cuba and elsewhere.
The price paid is said to be $200,000.
The Lucilene was launched five years
ago at Stockton, England, and is bull
of iron and steel. She can carry 1,000,.
000 gallons of water.
ST. THONAS, Danish West Indies,
July 15.-Advices received here from
San Juan de Porto Rico show the in.
habitants of that place are greatly
alarmed. They expect the port will be
attacked by the Amiericans. The terri.
fled inhabitants are fleeing into the
interior and it is said the city and
suburbs are practically deserted.
Co rUMBac, 0., July 14.-A special to
The Dispatch from Mansfield says 4i
prisoners in the state reformatory are
strung up by the thumbs in dungeous
and given only one scant meal a day for
having gone on a "strike" because their
tobacco supply was cut off. There wernt
2.') others impli uted, but they returned
to work when informed what the pun.
ishnment would be.
W Ai:Nrino, July li The war de.
partiiont lhas pitostid a dispatch front t
As.i tant Ad.iuttantt (;neral (;rettleaf
of General Msts' staff s follows:
"*Citly '2,'t new rati.es of yellow fever anti
tlhrte deCatlhs reported within the past
24 hivrs. Type of disease niilil. Camp
site tmiovedi whentever practicable. Have
talketi vigorous anlittary precauttions to
previvnt the spread of the disease."
M AtMl:l), July 18 -The defense works
are twiing actively pushed at all the
Spanish ports. The newspapers hero
ansert that the Unitod Slates intend au
enorniutts indetniity, "itn order to have
the pretext to seize the Philippine
islantid as a guarantee." The supposed
Amnerican peace terms are greatly ex-
citing the plnblic and the-upiniun is ex.
pressed among the people that war to
the death would be preferable to the
ruin of Spain.
WASmttIsTON, July 13.-The surgeon
general of the ni:rine hospital service
hbas received a telegram from Dr. Getd.
dings, in charge ot the yellow fever de.
tention camp at Fsnitainebleui, iuform-
ing the surgeon general that all suspects
except those from McHenry had been
dibt charged and saying that lhe was pre.
paring to cloue the eamnp. He added a
statement to the ftlect that the quaran
tine had been raised against all places
except MoHenry.
SAN FHAMe'ICO, Jtuly 18. Advices
from Honolulu indicate thbt the -coast
de:euse vessel Mouterey will take pos-
session of the Caroline islands before
reaching Manila. While in Honolulu
harbor Commander Lentze of the Mon-
terey borrowed charts of the Carolines
from Captain Bray of the missionary
bark Morning Star and also consulted
with that navigator regarding the har-
bors of those islands. Captain Lentze
promised to return the charts when he
reached the Philippines.
SAN FRtANCIso, July b1.-It was re.
ported at St. Michaels on July 7, when
the St. Paul sailed for this city, that the
Conetiaugh, from Seattle, had been
overtaken in the Behring sea by a hur.
ricane and her tow, a river steamer,
laden with stores, lost. The steamer
and cargo were valued at $40,000. Two


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Heart I Florida


rickets
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Nrite the Ceneral Pums

Agnt for Infremadt

N. B. CGffln, 6. 0.Ackl

J Cmerll Suptendist. e ia F ai
JACKSONVILLE.


A BICYCLE ACCIDENT,
or a case of exhaustion, or being ovei-
come by beat, should always be provd-
ed against by the bilee rl'ler canylu
a lk ofourbhb rade I. W. Hipr
whusMey. Is the est and parent
Wlae te O5t5l f m rlmt oh mift
'f h i.iM O peVag .
iamhrMi I s 4


fur tlIi


& R. W.


Sof cod flvere oil with h bypo-
i gospbfes.
It never fails to build
t) delicate boys and girls.
I: lives them more flesh
r IJ better blood.
it ij just so with the
S .,y also. A little Scott's
.nulsion, three or four
t,.,:,* a day, will make
S' .'i baby plump and
., prosperous. It
Ifurnishes the
/young body with
S'' jst the material
,| necessary for
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THE TI MES-HERALD, FRIDAY, JULY 22. ___
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OUR COUNTY EDITORS

WELAKA.
WI.LAlA, Ju!y 19.
We have bpen so busy planting sweet
potatoes, when it rained, and killing
grass, when it didn't rain, that all at-
tempts to write have 9royed failures.
Election, i. e. primaries aie' over, and
the story tells itself. No doubt there
are some disappointments, but the way
the people showed their choice was
certainly most gratifying to both voters
and the successful candidates. Good
men will get on too when they are
known, as the result thows.
There is every prospect of the Repub.
llcans putting out a ticket, and every
Democrat should see that his vote is
cast. Do not think for a moment that
our old adversaries are sleeping.
Miss Ntma Reynolds is hunie from a
several weeks' outing at I'nlaltk and
Jacksonville. Mbliss Ruby Is having such
a good time,sbe has concluded to remain
for a time yet.
The many friends of liss Lillie Mir-
ris were pleased to welcome her aiiong
us for a few da$s. She rides her wheel
well, and in her natty suit looks the
picture of health and jollity.
Mrs. Dan Waldron and three children
are visiting at Buckeye. All are well
aulnd enjoying themselves. They report
Dan well and as busy as ran be.
Many big guns wire heard boomiuna
in the direction of Crescent City a few
nights ago. We cannot find out the
cause, but suppose it was a serenade to
Mr. Harp for his nice victory against
odds.
We are In need of rain again. The
ground gets dry very quickly.
I have not seen asoldiersincethe war
began, and feel that I should go to some
camp and have a dish of beans and cup
of coffee, and sonic canteen, just to see
how they taste again.
I venture to say our soldiers will be
glad to start on the Porto Rico expedi-
tion just to get out of the heavy rains
and hot drilling. What a change that
sea voyage would make. Every one
will welcome the change, I'll bet a
THiE HULSTLEIt.
A Child Enjoys
The pleasant flavor,gentle action, and
soothing effect of Syrup of Figs, when
it need of a laxative, and if the father
or imoher be costive or billious, the
most gratifying results follow Its use ;
so that It is the beet family remedy
known, and every family tlhonld have
a bottle. Manufactured by the Ca11.
fornia Fig Syrup Co.

CBEESCNT CITY,

CtESCENT CITY, July 16.
The family of David Gautier were
severely poleonedyesterday by tyrotozx-
icon, or cheese poison. Although the
symptoms were very alarming at first,
prompt medical attention relieved the
suffers and they were soon out of
danger.
The capture of Santiago was cele-
bratcd here by a salute of forty-five
irnse, building of bonfires, and general
rejolclng.
MELROSE.
S, MRLBOSE, July 18.
Dr. John McBae has gone to Ckorgia
' tor a few days.
There was a colored "visitor" here
recently who claimed to be a deserter
from the United States army, but would
not tell where he was from or whither
he was going.
There was a big colored picnic near
the irpentlne quarters last Saturday.
Robert Stevens,who has been visiting
friends here, has returned home.
The Epworth League held a business
meeting Tuesday night and elected offi-
cor as follows: Miss Esther Legette,
president; A. A. McHae, first rice pres-
ident; Mrs. J. M. Barnett, second vice
prueidet; Henry Jackson, third viee
president; MIdle E. Me0ulloch,asereta-
ry; MMl Esa Priet, treasurer.
Babl Melmney, of Gaineville,lspent
duudy here.
Bey. Mr. Gilmore, of GaIneasville,
preached Ia the Episcopal chuarh Suan-
dayd rnin and evening.


POrIONA.
jPOMONAt July 19.
D. W. Perry left Monday for his an-
nual summer visit north. ,
Miss C. M. Green spent Saturday and
Sunday in Palatka, the guess of Dr
Crill and family.
Holmes Erwin carried into the store
last Saturday four melons, three of
which weighed scveutVpounds sad the
fourth weighed eighty pounds. The

largest melen measured 55 inches in
length aind C2 Iuchts n circumference.
Such melons are a rarity, and tlhq at-
tracted much attention.
Mr. and Mrs J.H.Eames have moved
to Palatka,where Mr.Ea is is working
in the door factory.
A reading circle bas been organized
anioug our young people ,end we hope
It wtll prove successful.
YANKEE GIRL.
The following is clipped from the
Adv:,cate: My Dear Sir: Perhaps you
and your readers may feel some Interest
in a little experience of mine, which
seems to me more like a dream than a
reality.
Year i fier year itn the pleasant days
of May, in some part of fair New Eng-
land, I have been accustomed to attend
upon the services ot the soldiers' Me-
morial Day, at which our Union braves
were honored and mourned.
Last Sunday, in this far-off state, ex-
treme in latitude, both physical and
political, I assembled with fifteen mem-
bers of (lie G. A. I., and a large audi-
ence, in the Congregational church at
Pomona, and listened to a patriotic
setip'n by the chaplain of Pomoun Post
No. 27. There were three clergymen
on the platform, Rev, Mr. Woodworth,
pastor of the F. W. Baptist church of
Welaka, Rev. M. C. Welch, pastor
emenitas of the Pomopa church, and
myself.
The decoration of the church by the
national colors, by Florida flowers and
foliage, was superior to anything I have
ever seen at home. The music by our
choir, of which we are proud, would
have done credit to a city church. The
sermon by Mr. Woodworth, based on
Daniel 2, 31-35,was an original concep-
tion well calculated to foster American.
pride. It was argued that our favored
Republic was the stone cut from the
mountains without hands, destined to
destroy and supersede the preceding
kingdoms and itself to endure forever.
To-day, a portion of the floral decora-
tions of the church were taken to the
cemetery end placed on the graves of
seen of our Union soldiers, who bad
made their home and spent their last
days in this fire.eatlngstatewhich they
had helped to save from itself. Here
the.r bodies lie, shone with headstones
and some without,and above them waves
the southern pine draped with sombre
moss, and in the cannon's roar the red
bird and mocking oird and the whippoor
will trill their sad and sweeter notes.
I accompanied some of the veterans
and their families to this sacred spot,
and, in the absence of the chaplain.
closed the dutiful proceeding with
prayer. #
That there has been aething to mar
the patriotic sentiment and actions of
the last two days in this etate, once so
fiercely opposed to everything, of the
kind, demonstrates the healing of old
wounds and the ushering in of a new
era. Sincerely yours,
WILLIAM M. GAT.
Pomona, Fla.,May 80, 1896.


Vertrees & Co.,
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Grain,
, Flour, .


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Meal.
Grits,.


Papers,


Paper Bags,
RTuildiDg Material,


Orange Boxes,


j.,Z L,..ZZmas PL=U. Uo .

Livery, Feed and Sale Stables. Wagon Reposilory.
CENTS. Tihe Standard Oil Cdrhtpaty, .
,ENTS Waltor A. Wood's Mowinpg and ReapirW Machines.


WALTER THOMAS,
....WHOL L A D Rz TA. DIAM IN......

Groceries, Crockery, C01ina,

Glassware, Tinware,

Wood and Willow Ware,

Paper and Paper Bags


16 Lemon Street.

HIOLLISTER.
HOLLISTER, July 10.
Mrs. Lleap of Palatka, is vwsiing the
family of R. Blount,.
Mrs. W. 0. Livingstone is eaxpcting
her mother,from South Carolina, to
spend the remainder of the summer.
J. H. Tison, a private in the First
Florida regiment, is here to visit friends
for a few days.


Liver Ills
Like biliousness, dyspepsia, headache, eonst-
pation, sour stomach, Indigestion are promptly
cured by Hlood's Pills. They do their work


Hood's
salsy Snd tborohl
lest after dinner plls.
Scent. All druggists. P I I S
ere d by C. I. flood & C8., Lowell,Mass.
the only PIll to tlke with Hood's Sarsaparilla.n

Miss KATE LUCAS,
MILLINERY

And Fanoy Goods.
Has In stock an elegant and diversi-
fied line of all goods pertaining to
the Millinery Business.
Experienced Northern Trimmer In
charge of Trimming Department..
A SP CIALTY- Full assortment of
STAMPED LUMN GOODS and EM-
BIOIDERIED BILKS.
Having accepted the Agency for the
BUTTERICK PATTEBN8,I am now
crepaed ty Al allorderlda for this cele
rated pattern.
Call or write to me for Fuhion
aheet. KATE L. LUCAS.
M. M. GODWIN


Miss Caroline T. Marsh, daughter of naetu -
Rey. D. D. Marsh, of Unlonville, Ct., ..
was married o June 22d,to Mr.Edward Wagons, Uggles,
A. Hibbard, a lawyer in New York. -
Thegroom lea graduate of the ar d Vehicles of all Kinds
law school, a member of a firm of ave, Iba*6kfth W91. 11Ma3 S110
whoe office is in th rintblin,
on Broadway, and his residence Is at 78 o49=n u o it enl. a P. u
Gates avenue, Bro*o,. Two of his Second Street, opposite Qourt House.
partners were pressed the wedding, PALATKA. Mr..
and acted as bed man and usher. The
ceremony took place at the house of Mr
Marsh's married daughter, Mrs.Charles
G. Bill, who lves In Unionville, since
this was a larger and more convenient
house for a weddl than the person- DR. R R. KLEENE ,
age. About sixty eats were present,
and a caterer and orchestra from Hart- Oraduate Optician,
ford served the occasion. The house, EM TEETy .. P rM'TA FLA
was adorned with pink laurel, which
abouds ina the locality, and many _
beutlfulpreoMnteWeredtsplayed. The W hat is Better than
father of th b e performed the mar- Good Eye-sight?
liae 0maony. After a tor, and a
-'t Catakltts on the Now is the time to Mbae yoer rey

WPM ., '_
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7Palatka, Florida.



MRS. BLOCHER

35 Lemon Street.



MILLINERY

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.

THE C. B. ROGERS CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE GROCERS.
Provisions, Grain, Hay, Flour, Meal, Grits, Etc.

Sole Agents for OUR BUSINESS CONFINED TO
FhPll| CaMN Co. THE TRADE ONLY. ORDERS
Fi|heaghg C> FROM CONSUMERS NEITHER
S ll kBrid Ctnil Mlts. SOLICITED NOR DESIRED.

Quotations Made Promptly on Application.
Feb 11-m JACKSONVILLE LORIDA
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.


PETITION FOR LICENSE.
To THI HONOXABLtz BOARD 0F COUNTY COxMUIOiOtXa, PUTNAM CouNTY,
FLORIDA:
We, the undersigned registered voters, of Preitrot 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 in said Preeinct
No. (14) Fourteen, for the year commenclng October 1st, 1898, and ending
September 80th, 1890:
NAMES. WITNESSES.
J J MltelM ......... ................. ....... W R MoNMMiI J F Brewer
oto f ... .....................r.......... W anrabb l* MJ iBrwer
M n h........................... M J Murphy JrJ ernsde
hs f~n rtoa ..............................FJ r f-utdo M J Murphy
D fi ............................. M uMnrphy Prinoe Cluu
S............... ..... ......... ... urp JFBrewer
S n .'.. .. .. ..... W J F Brewer
... JWr............. j F Brom M jMurphy
.L- S .............. ...... .................... ri Jr brewer
M A Ir ....................".. ........... J J Brewer
...................... d J rewer
T1 L rk .............. ................ I T J FBrewer
S t i0 ai ..'............................ ..... W RobJ Brewer
H :...... : ;.. .. ....:: N.J .. m urp Y
S N .........................................T H ommg J JrBrewer
S M A....... Ally M JBMurpwhy
M .. ........................ ....... PJ Ct ok MJMurpihy
f."M2z.. A.................. Cabon jeter Cone
eS-r B .c................................ J MMuphM PrinceCoky


STATE OF FLORIDA,
CoTYo 0 r PUTMAM.
c eronally came before me this day M. J. Murphy, who being by me fli
duly sworn, deposed and said he as the applicant In the above and foregulng p
titton for license to sell liquors, wine, and beer in Election District No. 14
Putnam County. Florid ; that each and every name or mark aflxed to al4e
tition was the act and deed of the person purporting to sign the Same, and ta
then was no frud, bribery,or deeption in puriu i ch signatures orlagi
and that alU such sgaturse or were obaned after June 7th, 188s ,aah
aecon with the retvwoa of t rsistatioa nlots heretofore made amd in
eo at ha" t tie ad now. M.tJ. Munr.
., .Sworn to aad b bed before me thisath dayofJune. A. D.1M.
3)) FPA.=a A. MB, tary Public State of FlorMa,
SVs .'1


PALATKA, FLORIDA.




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