Group Title: Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)
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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 29, 1898
Frequency: weekly
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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: VID00117
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Preceded by: Palatka weekly times
Preceded by: Palatka herald
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Rd &ALA K lon s ay t.,11 PALATKA, FLA., JULY29, 1898. NEW SERIES-VOL I(E 7.--NO 18

.,."Examination for Cadetskip. FROI'THEB HILLS OP GEORGIA. are busysorting and packing, nailing up
IJ F AV utna co. v ewetltve e, aJuy and piling on the great covered wagons. R oyl maatl oe de
do,,nationfor stae dehip to the., July Everythingis done with arush,for when
b Fodh Military and Educat.onal My relar letr was not sent lastthe fruit Is ready it must go. A con-
FaEg phs o ,.if tutwi be held Paata next week fo r the very gwood and suffiient stant stream of friends and visitors isa
~ ~ ~ "ll Fa1rps11L. 'a lur ehl l ata aetwe ortevr go tdsufcetpoutingin and out' a11 most cordially
'dav,Augutth MesrsiV.6.Crll, reason LhatI bad nothing to write which woumned by the genal Judge and hi
sonal -iee~ :: p rce, And S ToHi!burn, com-wecmdbth niJugadhe
isephHiWe1( gythe examining hoard, our readers. very charming wife, and none are al-
Short, Snappy Stories pplcants for cadetship, both state t perhqpes they would like to hear lowed to leave empty.handed. Rushing
In Palatka Put pay, hall no be less than f lfteen Buckeye" ., anyhow) that I went in and out and through, here, there,and
Sty, for Busy m. pore than twenty-flive tears of agen t Atlanla at Thursday, and had a everywhere, we see the Judge himself,
tise timoe of ant tiss-in, anti not e brieglimple ai the great Confederae smiling and happy as a big school boy
thah five feet io height. They shall be re-unton. 'Atlanta has a way of gather. outfor abholiday. Saturday at noon the
Raley M, Flowers i t fv o fItoo t moral character, free troml con- ing nhrougs of eager, happy visitors clouds threatened, and the fruit was
S nfrd. ~ us diseases, and of a p vical con- within her hospitable gates,and she was just right," so a day's full pay was of-
J 5T. Cbheesjr, oPI j'jstI ip it a1Io and develoimeut which ril no whit behind on this magnificent oc- feared to every worker who would stay
town Fria a. I, '. ," r ifly them lor military service. esioj Fordays, train after train of at his post Saturday afternoon. Thro'
town FaV. .der tqb, amctted to competl- crowded coaches had rushed through to the pouring rain they all worked on-
I1ev. W. E. Stanton, of .~Sl o4ntpil this examination applicaits must the capital city, and we were told that Iis Honor in with the rest-and a car
was in town Wedneed.A able to read and wrt English with it would be impossible to rinik unless load was gotten off in good shape. Two 'oV D. e. O,
Hon. J. P. Wall salad'ss esd' f but thewllonly.be graded on we stood on the edge of he sidewalk car loads will be to-day's record. I
shaking hands with ha f branches on whcl q.estdons are and turned our facetatuthe middle of the wanted to get a little more inufornmation
,f (i... n.... B.. d b thie (ern a re Hut it was a thoroughly good on the ub.ect. but the Judge is notatill
Mrs. laaret, of and ma v rittlenfetlc,b gogralsb v, Englishngram- natured crowd, anuo we were fortunate long enough to vsk him more tbun one OURY EITORS
her Iarents, Mr. and 0arI). inticcuring seats, Enlish greamrainsa_
e" 1M. n 1 t.... mar, and United States history. in securing seats, toth on the trains and question. (I couldn't catch him by the "^ ''
Charles KunperhusaO. and "ully rer~ street carl. "We" consisted of five la- coat tadils, for he had on no coat.) POMONA.
turned Friday front theJr vjlt tobeoi. An Attempt at Burglary. dies and a little girl iSome of our party The editor is doubtless gridming his -
gia. 0, At an early hour on Thursday night suffered a good deal from the heat, but teeth, and wishing hie was not too poor POMONA, July 26.
W. T. Weeks, clerk.if' she tauit ~6f lattNreek a hurlar wasdi-cuveried in lam such a thorough child of the tropics to buy another waste basket. Mrs. W. E. Hobbs was expected to
court of Bradfor count(, was in totI ownhe residenceof Mrs. Meek. Miss Mila that I don't care much how 110t gets So, (to be "in the swim") arrive in town laht ,atutday night from
Friday, Meek was knocked down bu not seri. Thecity was gay with t.gsand b hinting; "Adios ; ois amunigos." Whitelild, N. IH., where she has been
oosmly injured, by the miscreant as hlie mNherever theel was turned there were IINTItr-s. the pest year.
B. E. Morgan has gone o his forger escaped through the door. he beautiful.glowing colors of our (Just Mr. IT. A. ('rt ins has returned to Pa-
home in Georgii to pay' a visit to rela. s, A auspicious negro was arrested Fri. now) much-adored flag. Even thbe elec- Harry Teasdale Drowned. latka, after a two weeks ilinessat home.
tive.. -" day morning at the dtpot, but the evi. trie cars lloated a lig from every pole. The Jacksonville Metropolis of las. Mr. and Mrs. Strickland nave rented
iMrs. W. O. Livingstcu,.of Ilollistor, dnc5e aganlust him not being sufficient Along P'eu htroe street the decorations F:iday contained the following account the house be;ongi ig to Mrs. barlow,
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. T. W. W bolt him, he was ,lischarled were gorgeous. On some piazzas were of the drowning of Hal. Teasdale in and are keeping house.
Ralph. Oar citizens had best be careful ann displayed large portraits of our South- that city. The unfortunate youth was Miss 8a1lie Warren, of l'alatka, is on
F. N. Wilson, of the Wilson Cypressako k ll precautions against butiglars,as land's beroes,Lee, and Davis,ind Ales well known in Palatka, and manyo f his a visit to friends in aisco and Pomona.
-Company, left Sunday for a ri- t tie is the second attempt within the Stephens, and anainy others well known relatives reside here: Mrs. !quire and two 5t,,1 10 vnd
rpn business et few days to fanime and shAted In the hearts of 0l1 "Harry I easdale, the 14 year ol so01 btanley,lenve our midst to (tR for Rock-
trip north. -J. R. ..Duval Dies. true southerners,wound about with the of Mr and Mrs. h. Teadale, fell from fi, Illinois, where 'hey will be with
Deputy Sheriff E Iward W. Clark, of J .Duvalflaig they loved so well, and fought for file dock of the Clyde river line. at the relatives It is poseile tht after Rome
San Mateo, left Wedtetday for a bims it. John Ri. DuvaJ, who attempted to so valiantly, and back*grotunded or can- foot o Laura street, to-day, about one time they way go to Aiiz.ait wth some
ness trip north. cOa t suicide about two weeks ago by opied by the beautitul s tars and stripes o'clock, and was drowned. rlutives who are seeking better health.
sMiieting lmiiieJethrouglh the head with thut to-da) we areall Iproud to own as "Harry, In company with Frank Weiregiet their leaving us, and this
daso a. m.Jonthes vt tow relitvest in- o]Ier, uied from the efect of the ours. One house had, in giant letters, Rhodes, son of Captain J. F. Rhodes, comm nity "1; 1el tho ,l, a g, ed
dayfora month's vl lt torelatives n*i onday afternoon, at4 clock, C tueon thewalntn wsengagd in rabig at the end of ('hisl fi. ti wthuchsor-
Bowlin Greats residence on IReid street. Mr. Confederate flasi. ButtheCapital City the dock, and while awmpting to nAe row tht Mrs .quire departs, leaving
The First Florida 'Regiment is now Duval) s 5% 7 years of age. Club huldiug was literally marolihered in his scoop net he lead ltoo far over the ill her kind fripnIs. hull u',llng that it
encamped at Fernandina, having 4r- The funeral took pace from the ree- flrgs fl8o many nations-an enormous water, lost hie balance, and fell In. l i for hi hoist. We wi, them all a
rivedl there last Friday' IueeTuesd.y afternoon.conducted by British man-of-war flg, the Chinese was agood swirimer.nt as he dii no, 1a rh t hr w m b
E. Marshall, who has been over .to fbnhu ay, p or of the dragou spitting veniomi at the world,atud fise after falling in, it is supposed that eir 'i a raitr weivee by
the cast.coast on proFessional business, c h ma nny ,mote that my pen can enumerat, he struck somc sunken piling which YANKEE (gIR.
returned home Friday. were: I. 1. Adams, Dr. E.S. Crill, Genetal Gotd.n was the hero of thte rendered him nuci.oelous, and he sank -
George L. Fox, George Weller, Dr. W. hour, us u'ual. He is quie gray, but immedlaie'y." ELAKA.
F. 3o, Payson, at the Crescent City H.1,60oseurg, He-tis Petermaa.itE A .
mi ls hias just made s shiprtent nort H. ofurg, Henis Peterma. eec antid columianding as of vore, and The body was fund ,bthout thirty min-
10,000 feet of fine quality flooring. A Child Enjoys his yolce has loit none of Its strength niues after the drowtug. WVrfAKA, .lJiv 26.
u fentireline ofMise a -Thei pleasant tlavor,gi.ntle seolon, anti and clearness !sis remarks were the T"h-e Our pAtui '"!i, -rit. F. E Iteeder,
Our entire line of Misses and Chil- sootlting effect of Byrup of Figs, when only ones we heard although we welc The Best Prescription for Chills has @one to lah;, leach for a week's
dren's Strai Slippers and Oxfords, are in need of a native, and II the father present during addresses by Generals nd lever is a bot8 e ut ULov'0's laste- halt witer e toa l,. re m hrf and
going at c)st. or mother. be costive or cleous, the S. D. Lee and Evans. The vast audio. less Chill Tomnc. Never fi-ia to0 cure; postotlice bua -a.,, is cued lot' during
Tu S. E. BOND Co most gratifying results follow Its use rtmnam was crammnted,and all the oh vets then why expemhtuent with wrless his abl nce ID) ZlO le Morris, as-
J. R. Dan has removed to Jackson- so tthat it Is the be.t f.a4ily remedy exchanngngwhisnieredremlno'nlcences, mitastious ? Price 5c. Ju13 1 sister by l..,tie M3.autI, and I matl-
ville, where he has taken a position known, andti every family'should have sove could hear but little. There were Patlatka's Good Luck. ters seem to run smothily.
with the Cummer Lumber Company. a botch. Manufactured by the Call- plenty of scarred old "Coufeds" and The Titosville Advocate says: "The The .. now a hold of
ThehognerThomas fornia Fg syrup Co. some battle-tattered flags-remnantsol ml o the WlSO ,vdress Compa- te uhur pr a will greatly im-
econrhmaW~mr ihotd mill of the Wiiso~nI vm thops poe lilt 'bmI ir sprint nd wt!raly m m-, n
S acaro of fine lumber for New aekk, Fpr Rent. left from the awful struggle. But ah ny,of Paltka.wtill asho tly be turn away, prove tie 1t1t iuse and si-nt, and
was toweddown the riverSuoday night. Voltage conveniently located; five how quickly all that ps, was forgotten and a much larger structure of double intend maki! Ii a pleasant pioce. 'le
George L. Fox has moved bs fres- iotis; city gater; large ysud; cheap. and only the present remembered,wheu the capacity of the presenUt plant will be spring has many natural advantages.
meat market from the opera house bl ack Apply quick at this office. a soldier, young and slender, and built. Captain Will Hoyd will com- Mr and Mr Gates leave this week
Meeto marketblocmsouthe oferatheoustlorilckA Big Order. browned by the tropic's sun, with mence driving the pilug for the found. for Abheville, N. C., fr a prolonged
to thf art block south of the postoffice A Big Order. alouched hat and leggings, one arm in a dation of the new ml. It is uky stay at that wel'-& b wn,dellgntful phlee.
on Water street. *& The San Mateo Item of last week sling and some strips of plaster across thing for Iatlatka that such eneretie We wlobh them a pleasant time and safe
J. A. Baer was bitten min the leg by a says: "The Hodges mill at Sateltna has eheek, limped slowly thbrofih the business men as Metsrs. Wto on and return.
Abbsieksstth' asd wheelwrighttshopnd
dog while riding his wheel on Lemon s ld thirty car loads of slats to the pine crowd. "Wouaded at Santiago," was Selde settled in their town. Wish they A blacksmith and wheelwright shopr
street aturoelay. Dr. .Welch dressed apple grower about Eden and Jensen whispered from mouth to mouth, a the had come toTitusville with their sever- s beold and relied here by Mr. West, anl
the wound, asm no serious results will Iset week.,, The slatseare to be used for admiring throng opened a path for the a hundred emplyess. old and reliable hand at the business.
folloWr. making sheds over their pines, and the hero of to4-day. But what ma the use of We have felt the need of such an enter-
SMrs. I. J.,Wiliams .and daughters mill representative told us he had the trying to portray all the little incidents price a long time, and all ahuld give'
Mlets.usthlwaek. They otoPalatrs, promise of aeorderfortwentyoar loads evn of these few hours? I had miany Stohcog rowingurder oshelteron him full ptr een d al .le
letu hswe.They go to alatka, on hmf
where, in the absence of Mrs. Cyrus, more. Thp qbid and sun together bas friends and acquaintances in town both the ndergroveiss One as they make Mr. eynolds received a telegram
they'll r eep th good r demonstrated to the growers down there from Florida aid South Georgia, but t atr roe is s fine as they make fro Guy, who is wth the FuetFlorda
they'll try anteep ie flood Doctor 'Is that lt pays to cover the pinerles." on lytwo wa I fortunateenough to meet it. The leaves ure silky and the plant from Guy, who is with the F wust Florida
spirit up.-San Mateo Item. -btoloerhse 0ur eogLo are free froPs wirms. With the duty reghnent, to the effect that he would
ISunday's T.merUnlon and Citizen Spot Cash for Mos. -both old veterans an i seorgaect. off of Havana tobacco thp Florida grow. tohaa eane utfoSr-
~~~~~~To-day'/tbad the pleasure of inspect.f fHvtaoae th nandminrwp ass andh r s.g P laeya, en andt foinar
says:. "Mrs. M. I. Cox and daughter, Highest market price paid far Black iog on of Georgia's giant peach orch. ers will have to make a specialty of a wandowna to see him, and returned
Misstosa, came from Palatka the first a sd Gray Muss by yards at the time of picking andpacking wrapper leaf, and.to get, t the tobacco n dont s h ud th
of last week to visit her sister, Mra, JEFFERIES & STEARNS, and shipping the luscious fruit. Every will be grown cnder shelter o" partial mch di-mnadponled, as the found that
Engenia 11lotard, for a short'time.". t Fruilland, Florida. one who knows anythlog of fablie af-* shade. The tobacco growers will come the regimentad. Thrnwone ofa the Fic. C

T. Keels, of ihe firm of Keels & Write us for mnrormaulon. fairs in this state, wall recognize the to this a time pineapple, growers are iran regiments, however, and so were
Wiley, i4 In town fitting up the store L -. uams of Judge George Gober, for he is coming to it for pineapples,-San Mateo psrtiully repaid for the trip.
the Sampson buildp $g, They will soon a prominent fgmie in judicial and polit- Item. We shall look with interest for letters
open a jacket store there. Mrn. Keels F aE l I tal creles. IL ws to &hs orchard that .ets Your Needs. from "Huntress" tn her hilly home at
and the little one are with Mr. Keels. my vlsit, was paid. About two miles h ou eeltedangid,nervos Mareta, Ga.
They cfe at the Mo row Hous e unreatdiness, ofg fromtown,usticagalmotd thene od and are roubyed with pimple. and As the sca coast is getting to be a
they es, et their house in readlne.s. ,o gand, blhtew .. .......... erp.oni. you will find Hood's Barpsa great resort for people living io the Ia-
_whose head the sunlight. s ad uarihlla exactly meets your needs. It pu- teror, I take the liberty to say that
S~eansr All ight.are qqr playing "1tag,u lie the great ril~es and enriches the bleod and tur. along the whole Atlantic coast no place
Mtessner 1,avint All Right. rchard and viaeyard, the pride of the parts tolt the qualities needed to tone exce!s Ormond and vicinity. The view
The steamer Layiniu. of the Luaes* l ." Judge's heart. He has aiutTy thousand the nerves Lnd nourish the whole sys- us fine, a wide beach,and safestof bath.
Linewhich has been on the ways for tpe.gb trees in place, aud could not tell tem, It cures all hi od humor. ing.-no under current to endanget life ',
the put several weeks having a new And Cle r you how nany fat-stretching vistac of HooD's Plueure sick headacheA as at many pieces. The Coquina Hotel
heel pat On and being= Qtherwifls e.' VaahIt g pes )o. Down .te llde and HO' tl u.se edee sa ayNcs ]h oun oe
wheel put d hern Monderayee te. throCDh dtppin d 4lelt, nd wedr e a, billiousness and all liver lill. is on the bluff right at the beach, Itis
paired, reauime h.r run Monday be. through dipping deils, o, on we drive P S cents, a spacious buildimg, with broid veri a-
tween Jialatls an@Drayton Island. WelhLQcated aud atii he Jat empurplong grapes or the das fronting the ocean. There are lota
e P""at ryotIs. Put hi on 8~lh B ,, of! beGuty e 4eorgla's queen of Your 0 P of bathing suits, and the bath roomed
0. Patrlotk. b' At Yeaour Atw nPit table are all that could be desired. The ..
'e hllreceived a coipplete a radLrees frt,' Wsgone are coning and going, Ladies' Oxfords and strap 81ippere rates are reasonable. The house ts p..
hav h e j k (all f oHAay empty baskets to the pck*. mst he sold. 'Come and get a pair at sided over by Mrs Vance5.who :sek
line mo patr.oti i r fo iR mU rnlgn with those sene h k. your own price. everything pleasant or her guests.
** 1 mTa S. Z. Boae CO. ICTKA. FLA*. eta t, the brim. Scores of hands T lE S. E. BoxDl Co .Btrcxzru. '<
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THE TIMES-HERALD. FRIDAY, JULY 29. ,


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Yellow'


Fever



A FEW WORDS OF WARNING

Peroionq who may b hipNed to yel
low fever and others living In district
ltible to be infected by it, will find tha
timely and iltelligent prenatratlon I
the bst means of kneving this droadfu
malady out ,of the tfainlly. Sanltar'
regulations in the household are of the
first lmuportanno. Clean up all refuse
inatte., decaying vo petition or oess
ools. Drain of ponds, pools and sinks
urn vegetable offalfrom the kitchen
Eat nothing but light, wholesome and
easily dimted fond, avoiding grn o
over ripe fruits aInd veettrtiah'. Lastl
be sure tlltit the b'ood, ,tomlaeh and
bowels of every minemuber of the fainll:
Is in healthy c(ndlitiion. Irregiularitie
in the system,. siuh as itiigwAtilon. con
stipation, torpid liver, invite disease
to enter the ho ly. aind1 I the casti i
yellow fever, renders its prigie- s inor
virulent and deailly. This oondltlo
can be sp..edll'v relov' Coo l dirostlon anw' reglitrltv ilni t
welm re eitanlitshil v isiing P'riekl
Ash Bitters th.. greats s stemni r-it hllior
The frpqornt nis, of thiik renieilvi
doses sl lltil to the agite f eail'h pef 0
will inoinitain perfect health in tlih ftUin
ilv (it ll lboltler it onie' whhil thle f,
v;et *: lPit fitir no T, m e itt t fii l'v :ii
regtilaily. 'Proiiilt ii pulling yoirs,' f and fit ily ill '4 ll
ti( el Ito re si-t t h" d i ,,-H ;"r ril l lrlq
llspar yol' flTferilling andI olow.
lPricklv Ash li itterrs ciain h ol 01ai
fr Uitn Ackermain & Stewart.
nOllT w. i AVir ,..I. i i lt\N

DAVIS & HILBURN,
Z-..A-W x.isa.-i.S.

Ofetie upitalir i 'n tlika .athli' al l,iik Whl'lg
Palatka, Florida.

W.l practice in nall State "lld Fut ',iir:
Courts. m 7 tt

H. W. AVERY,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Palatka, Florida.
Office Palatka National bank Building.
Will practice in all Courts, State anil
Federal. may 6- mi

Ha I HINDIPO
RESTON"s VITALITY

Made a
Well Man
THE .t' -- of Me.
GREAT s
IH REMEDY produces the above result
MEM Idapl Ce tVIo DIlbtIhtv, jotexc"
i_ 'ahng cr Amory. Si lldinsan
I used by cir ra of o( uth. It wards oil In,
suid C(onstmi-ion. Young Men regain Mass
UillMeIind recover Ni litul Vigor, it
vigor and a ze to shrunkein orgians, and fits
S b business or marriage. Eaiily carried In
plain pack-U t a wit
eianitee. OR. AO' AR, I
ACKERMAN & STEWART.

VIGORiMEN

Eailly, Quickly, Permanently Restored
IMAGHETIC NpVlNE -t;''"en: u
e to Qarelirriomfnia, its, Zizlnelss II cria
Nervous Iblhliy, Loit Vitality, S ."-0ii'atl i.1c1
Palling Memory-the result oft t)ir ork, W\Vorrv
SIckrii Eterirs n t ruth or U\er-intualgentce
Priet 600. *adll l: i bOies tl5.
For quick, imOs.itive and l ting results in Sex ua
Weaknesu, ,lmimncv. Nervnaus DPbWit and I.,a -
Vialiitv, use ILLO0W LABEL SPECIAL-dlult,.
streigthi-will give street th anid tone to ever Ia,
sand effect a pgrrnmient cure. t heapest and best
100e Plls ti hv m10l.
FREE-A bottle of the (amotus lapaniese lIv-
Pellets will he given lh a ft h,,' or insti of .1M
nel.c Nervine fr '-old ouly l y
ACKE1l \IAN & STE A'All 1'.
Pa'atklu, F";a.


Need

A Change ?
Try the Seaside. i
For flne fi-hini., exie'h it I'tihiiij.
sli ith. prettlie t i iit'ch 'itn llith \t-
)la tic coast, lh.-il ili i r I' Iin.
aud ilefrealilJg,
...CoronadoBeach...

S Leads the Procession,
Cutu tado Is opposite New
uI (U^ '.a u huls faitmu
P.'T9ka. in 1 yo n n c t i ic-
). c,~nqilo 'tqlne et m flerafte
nmii'ws hv wr-inf, to the

C ASIDE HOTEL.
~' W. U. NEWELL, Pro.
I ?. P addr' as, New Brmyrna, Fla.


** c ..... I ers inanal produce mernalnts ofrthi5ofty,
SHO T NEW S ATLANTA, July 20.-The eighth an.
PARA RAPHS l confederate reunion opened he
Wednesday with the greatest atten
A A Rdance in the history of the association.
G eneral Hlappenlrgs of ie Week Addresses of welcome, responses and
general Happenins of the Week zA us ok cp therstda
routine work occupied the first day'#
Covered in a Br;ef Manner. session. General John B. Gordon, ai
usual, was the lion of the occasion, re
Soiitherne Itiemsn. ceiving a tremendous ovation when he
JACKBONVILLe, Fli., July 20.-Private entered the great hall and later on do.
1. Thomas 0. Leake ofthe Second lllinoi, livering his speech.
regiment was shot three times by Pri- ATLANTA, July 91.-At the second
_ rate Henry McLain of the First North day's session of the confederate reunion
t Carolina regiment. in this city General John B. Gordon
t STATmSBORO, Ga., July 21.-J. N. was unaninionsly re-elected commander.
< Wood, a prominent citizen, shot anil in-chief. A resolution to erect the baht
iI killed J. Felder Myers, a white man, at tle abbey at Richmond passed by an
' Hubert. It is claimed Myers had pre- overwhelming majority.
o viously threatened Wood's life on first ATLANTA, July 22.-Charleiton was
. sight and walked into his store with selected as the next meeting place at
, pistol in hand, when the shooting c-. the third and last day's session of the
curred. confederate veterans. The annual pa-
I CHARLtL TON, July 22.-The French rade took place in spite of a heavy rain
r steamer Olinde Rodrigus was brought which began just as the march through
Y into port this morning in charge of it the principal streets commenced.
prize crew front the cruiser New Or- TA.MPA, Fla., July 22.-W. R. Hen-
.s leans, commanded by Lieutenuant RIs- person, president of the state board of
- sell. The statiner was captured otf health, when shown published state-
t San Juan, Porto Rico, whiuo attciupting nuient to the effect that yellow fever pre-
f to run the blockade. vails here, said that if the parties mak-
S As!trVILlE. N. C., July 20.-lViitod ing the statement were within the bor-
SState StSiator J. U. Pritclad of Northl ders of the state, he would see that the
Carolina left his homie at Marshall Sui. full penalty of the law was meted out
v day to attend court in Krnsville. It i to them. lie said that he is still pre.
r. just learned th:ttit ihei cirositing pared to prove by experts that there is
:i wnllei niounli.iti t re-itt hia bticy no yellow IN. r here uud that there has
" overt united andi tile senator had a tiar- n been none.
row en-ape troit drowniiinK. C(IA-ITA I'OOA, July 25.--The new in-
1 (; t%.- i<>, July 24 -rThe Btarh ho. dustries reported by The Trademnian for
, t-l,I ltated ou the gulf front, lidt o01i0 tlli' w eik juslt ended include coal llmilli
- of th h l.atdnig suitinier andt wintt.r r- in Alalatin, Arkanias and West Vir.
s t- itn thie south, has irurneti. i.n11ll- ginila, a $10,000 electric plint at ai Ala-
itl, a' !,o' s tstitliateda at lfrom $ l0,0o tt ball town, m iatd a *200,00)1 electric light
'. ), oUf0t. it huriticeO uoily i"ritial. Til, aind street railway company in the cot-
builhitigK andl contents are a total lo. ton miill district of South Carolina; lum-
The fire was caused by a defective le., br niils li l'Florida and Arkansas; cot-
tric light wire. tollseed oil mills in Georgia and Texas;
h e sawminlls itn Texas, Florida and Louis-
S WAYCltofs, Ga., July 25.-A D il e iaia; a sugar refinery in the latter state,
aind a linlf of tIrack ot,1 the Doughl ex- amid telephone cnilpanies in South Car.
tel.-lion if tilt.' Waycross Air Llue ha olina and G-orgia.
been ctnipleted and the line will I,
built to Douglahis by Septeimber. T'li. :. In Oiher i-%ectlons.
tenliion will open up a fine tinllbr iltd WA Il1INOTON, July 22.-The president
aiirir-uitural scctirn and rains will be- has appointed Ferdinand W. Peck of
giti rutninun reiulaurly between Way. Chicago commissioner general of the
cross uad Doug.as by fall. Paris exlositiou.
KFY WV: r. July 24..-Tho United PARIS, Jnly 5,.--Private letter re.
States gunuioats Topeka, Aunapolis. ceived here from Madrid, under date of
Wasp and Leyden silenced the Spanilsh July 23, say that the internal disorders
fortifications in ipe bay, on the north- in the Spanish provinces continue.
ern coast of the province of Santiago de WASHINGTON, July 25.-The war de.
Cuba, on Thursday, and sank the Span- apartment has decided to send the First
ish gunboat Juan Jorge, which lay in Florida, Second Georgia and Fifth Mary.
the harbor. Her crew escaped in small laud regiments, now at Tampa, to Porto
boats under a heavy firo from the Rico.
Leyden. CiHCAOO, July 22.-Volunteers to the
MoNTroMEitt, Ala., July 25.-Dr. H. number of 120, recruited in this city,
B. Wilkerson of this city has been noti- have left for Jackson, Miss. They will
fled of his appointment as a surgeon in join the Third Mississippi volunteers in
the United Stales army, and will sail, camp at that place.
without delay, for Santiago, where he MORTON, Minn., July 24. While
will enter upon his duties. Dr. Wilker- bathing in the Minnesota river at this
son is the second Montgomery physician place, Barbara and Rachael Galle, Mar-
to receive such an appointment, Dr. It. tha Loren'z and Alvina Reis, all under
N. Pitts having gone to the front some 20, have been drowned.
weeks ago. DUTCH FLAT, la., July 24.-Engine
NORFOLK, July 21.-The mines in No. i9t3, on the eastbound extra, blew
Hampton Roads are not to be removed up at the station here tisday, killing Eu-
at present. The engineer officer of the ginger Tom Kelly, Fireman Terry of
port has recommended to the depart. Sacramento and a coal pasher, name un-u.
ment that they be allowed to remain. known.
It is pointed out that the swift tidal LONDON, Ju'y 22.-A dispatch from
currents and great depth of the lower Muadrid sayi: The initister of public
Chesapeake would render it next to im- instruction, Senor Gamnaz), is authority
possible to replace them in case of aud for the statement that peace, honorable
den attack, to the Spanish army, will shortly be
CUMBERLAND, Md., July 24.- The concluded.
movement inaugurated by a niasmeniet. LoNIWN, July 20.-Admiral Thomai
ing at Cumiberland, to purchase a testi- Leeke Massie, known as the father of
monial with contributions to be mado the British tia.vy, is dead. Ho was born
by the people of Maryland for Commu-. im l02, enicr d the, navy in I818 and
dore Schley, is taking shape. It is now served at Navarino, Beyront, Sidon and
believed that at least $ 5,o000 will Ib Jean d'Acra and in China and the Blaci
raised with which a handsome country Ilt
seat will be bought, Commodore Schley NEw YoRK, July 24. The inde.
to select the location. pendent Republican organization of the
KEY WvST, July 21.-The British Thirty-fourth assembly district, this
steamer Newfodulndln, lTdecd with city, has unanimously adopted resolu.
food supplies, was captured by tie May- dtiis favor'iti the noroina:ion of Theo-
flower on Tuesday off Cfinfu.gos, into dore Roosevelt for governor of the state
which harbor she was healiiig. Two of New York.
blank shots across her Iovw brought NKw Yoi:K, July 21.-It is reported,
her to and the Mayflower put a prize, says the Washilnitoil correp'ilndnt of
crew on board her and slut her into The Times, that Admiral Sampson will
Charleston, 8. C. The Newfuundlau'l be detached from the commaniad at San.
lett Halifax, N. S., on July 9. tiligo and put in charge of the eastern
squadron, leaving Commodore Watson
JAI Kl)N, Miss., July 20.-The Catit t.ou take his place.
tal Shoe Stire ad gents' Furnishing SAN FRANcIsco, July 22.-Ex-Queeo
(; s company .t f thi city hasm' bani, Liloukalal, attended by her physician,
he asi t t he h ban, Dr. English of Washington, and Mr. and
mlhtr tlarvast creditors, The assignment Mrs. Heleluke, has arrived from Wash.
is of the miature of a private sale uand thei ington enrotte to Honolulu. The party
>r,,rlritrrs retise to divlule thu tot,1l will leave on the Gaelic next Tuesday
allldunt. of lilabiltie. 'The sum ir for tlhe Hawaiian Islands.
thoughtir to be al',t. i $5,00, with asot B BTON,.luJly.21.-Congressman Wil.1
for three-fourths of the amount. liam IT. Fleeing of Augusta, rman, whi
BItmvINUHax, Ala., July 25.-Aisis. was o[ rated on at the Masaichusetu
tant State Mine inspector Cnlverbonsie, l osp.il la-t evening, was resting com.r
who has been making a tour of the coal fortably today after a fairly goad night,
mines of the state, says that never i. tud there is strong hope of his recovery.
fore in Alabamna' history have tbh %r Fleming ane to Boston Tuesday
miaes been so uusy during the auliule. to participate In the longressional pos-
niounthi. HIe bel.ee that uis the Ieaul ai tmquiry now in progress here, when
thIs year's onent will go cin.,sii.rb: fell ill.
beyond the fl.000.000 ton mark and wit ST. I,,r5, July |l.-F a .k Funk
even Lres& ilassy; r's bigrenord. wanted in Washiflnon, D. 0., on a
KoxvILc., Julj '4.-'lise merchant- -harve of murder, has been arse.tsd al
of Klit- vi'e biave won their flght to se ,olhirvlUe, Ltls., by United Stateg
cure the pltron:'1e of thb nv'r:ernasste inarshal. who have been ca his track
of the Sixth volunter if'ntry er var since April 18, last. It is charged
oRhaiL hers. 'Ae qturruswa~er an hat Funuk, who is a carpenter, robbed
niuunc s thtr be iT.i rt.,s e.., unrd. iud then ecrdered Mr. and Mrs. Wil.
from Wasbinlrnat to purchase his st iano H. Bsrsie, sn elderly oomple with
piles iaua tie pn market, wh .vhoma he was boartina.
sirans the trade will come to thu g.


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years. LOOK CAREFULLY at ihee zpir"Mer and see t,'t ii is
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Went on Crutches

Was a Sufferer from Rheuma.
tism for Years
eed'o Saresparllla Cured and
lade Him Peel Young.
*I have bad rhbeumtism, off and ou,
ew slns I wa disohargd from the army
io lM. Part of the time I went on
ramtohe, ad great deal of the time I
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ud now I am free from my aiments
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hheet. KATE L. LUCAS. GOIVNERAL J. n. GORDON.
was handled in sections and excursions
WANT AN EDUCATION ? were run by all roads, Twenty-three
Un ,,br*tocav. home 0r emvoynmen to r tose ool thousand
Wby nottake lko wnu mail n.intf ewhj thousand people, veterans and their
trih no I e 6v Kby mal fmil in tb h oomim ,n l timl ./ .in, f
0leimn. tess ifon, mu in thoie onof rhilnetii friends, reached the city up to midnight
etc. wria.tohimtforirculan. H i"u.Uran.^. and the congested condition of the down.
tice to Tax Patown streets early gave indication that
Notice to Tx Paye. today's crowd would double that of
The city tax books for 18117 taxes will yesterday.
be closed July 3tst, proximo, after The interest of the day centered i:i
which date distress warrants will be the convention at Piedmont park.
issued for all unpaid taxes. Among those who arrived early and
By order of the clty council. took seats upon the stand were General
T. B. ANDERSON. Charles E. Hooker, the orator of the
City Tax Collector. day, Governor Atkinson of Georgia,
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BIG MEETING



OF VETERANS

The Annual Reunion Opens In
Atlanta With Immense
Crowds Present.

AN OVATION FOR GORDO01

Gathering Formally Called to Order
by General Clement Evans anld
Eloquent Speeches by Distluguishbed
Southern headers Follow.
ATLANTA, July 10. The morning
trains brought thousands of people into
Atlanta to attend the opening exercise*
of the eighth annual reunion of confed-
erate veterans. Every regular train


General Stephen U. Lee, looted upon
by somn us a candidate for commander-
in chief.
Before the gathering was called to
order, three cheers wese given for the
"gallant son of Alabama," Lieutenant
Hobson, followed a moment later by
three more for the gallant cavalry offt.
cer now at the front, General Joseph
Wheeler.
General John B. Gordon, the com-
mander-in-chief, arrived at 11:20 and
was given a tremendous ovation.
Cheer after cheer swept through the
hall and the audience could not bo
stilled for five minutes.
General Clement A. Evans, the com-
mander of the Georgia division, called
the convention to order at 11:80 and
prayer was offered by Rev. J. Williati
Jones of Virginia, the chaplain general
of the United Confederate veterans.
Addresses of welcome and responses
followed, after which General Charles
S. Hboker delivered the annnal oration.
The nipatient veterans could not wait
for their idol and before the music
which followed the last welcome ad-
drew had ceased, cries of "Gordon,
Gordon," were heard in all parts of the
auditorium. General Gordon was hap.
pily introduced by General Evans.
The general, although pale and show.
ing plainly the effects of his recent ill.
ness, was in good voice and made an
eloquent speech. He was frequently
interrupted by enthusiastic applause
and when he concluded received a per.
fect ovation.
Gordon Still (ConmAnderr.
ATLANTA, July 21.-At the second
day's session of the confedemte reunion
in this city General John B. Gordon
was unanimously re-elected commander-.
in-rhief. A resolution to erect tho bat.
tle abbey at Richihondi passed by an
overwhelming majority.
The following resolution offered by
General Stephen 1). Iee was unat-i
mously and enthusiastically adopted:
"Whereas, The United States of
America are at present enignaed in a
war with Spain in the interest of human
liberty, and
Whereas, Our comrades and our
sons are members of that glorious army
and navy, the achievements of which are
now exciting the wonders of mankind,
"Therefore, be it removed:
"That we, the survivorsof the United
Confederate veterans, pledge our loy.
alty, anUi the hearty co-operation of the
organization in this crisis of affairs, to)
stand ready at all times with men and
money, irrespective of political affillia.
tion8s.to support the president of the
United States as commander in-chief of
our army and navy until an honorable
peace has been conquered from the
enemy."
Meeting Place Selected.
ATLANTA, July 22.-Charleston was
selected as the next meeting place at
the third and last day's sessionn of the
confederate veterans. The annual pa
wads took nace in anite of a heavv rain
which began just as the march through
the principal streets commenced.
The sight was a remarkable one and
one which will never be forgotten by
those who were fortunate enough to
witness it. Here were hundreds of old
veterans, who have almost reached the
limit allotted to each roan as a life.
marching light hearted through the
streets of Atlanta behind generals and
commanders, who led them in war, not
paying the slightest attention to the
sheets of rain which beat against them
and remaining utterly regardless of the
consequences of the exposure.
The parade was escorted by the sons
of veterans and General John B. Gor-
don once more rode at the head of his
men.
PATSOM, Utah, July 20.-Four young
ladies, while swimming In Utah lake,
have been drowned. While floating on
a'plank one of them fell off; the others
went to her rescue and all were drowned.
The bodies have not been yet recovered.
Three of the girls, Lucy, Emma and
Susie Keel, were daughters of John
Keel of this place. The fourth was
Steens Boner, daughter of Eberhart
of Homanville.
WAsmHiiatoo, July 34. Governor
Russell of North Carolina, in dispatch
to the Associated Press, denies the soa
ouracy of the statements by the war
department that. North Caroliu.a has
been slow in offering volunteers and
has not raised its quota of troops au
called for in the president's two procla.
nations. He adds: "Our three regi-
ments were organized promptly and
large numbers have been offered in
excess of quota."
WASHINGTON, July 28.-The navy has
suspended for a time its efforts to re.
eruit sailors in the west and Commander
Hawley and Chief Engineer Harris
Webster, members of the board, have
returned to the navy department. The
work was succeasiul beyond the expect
stations of the projectors of the trip and
the results, it is believed, will be highly
beneficial to the navy generally in in.
fusing into it an element of western
blood and brawn that will tend to the
nationalization of that service.
ATLANTA, Jury 20.-'tne eignmn an.
anal confederate reunion opened here
Wednesday with the greatest atten-
dance in the history of the assodlation.
Addresses of welcome, responsesa and
routine -work occupied the first day's
session. General John B. Gordon as
usual, was the lion of the occasion, re-
ceiving a tremendous ovation when he
entered the great hall anti later on de
livermng his speech.
ATLANTA, July 21.-At the second
day's session of the confederate reunion
in tbis city Genieral John B. Gordon
was unanimously re elected commarder-.
m uhief. A iseolution to erec$ the bat-


....... .. Writing under the date of July 14
According to advices brought to Va. front El Caney, near Santiago, Louis
cover, B. C., Wednesdlay, by the Seiblld, the New York World corre-
Empress of India, from Hong-Kong, spondent, in describing the condition of
the chief news front there was that Ma. the refugees from Santiago, says:
nila was ready to surrender. Not that witnessed the distribution of ra-
the archbishop and captain general vol. tions to the refugees last night, Men
untartly would cupitulate before bcin and women fought for food. Children
compelled to do so, but that the 1a(k- were dying in their mothers' arms
bone of resistance was unnuestionab. while the latter were pleading for
broken r For food and medicines. One woman, a
y urt For Tol. mother with four children, one of whom
Captain General Blinco cabled thi wits clasped in her arms, threw herself
Spanish governwnvnt Wedlneday that at imy f, et whi II was talking with
Santiago was surrendered without 1114 Captain rice, wiho is in charge of the
knowledge. It was aulOuncedl that coninai is dipirtment at El Caney.
General loral would be ut.ed by court. lShe beg,*i pltetusly for food for her
martial. dying chilld. Although medicine was
Mor. Soldiers For l),wvey. given to the little sufferer, it (tied later.
The German steamer Witaim arrived Many white women of refinement-
at Long Kong Thursday from Cavite French, German and English are
and reported that the United StateN among the refugees, and although their
transport China, with American ren- personal suffering is most pathetic they
for-e.ients for Admiral Dewey, reached bear up I ravely. The Englisb, German
Cavite on Saturday and that the and French consuls are living in tents
other transports, Zealandia, Colon anil and sharing their limited stores of food
Senator, arrived on Sutindaiy. with the Cubans and Spaniards and the
The Wuetan also brought the new- children who swarm in the public
that no advance had been made by th square, clamoring for f.ood. No shops
American forces. They were awaiting are open, and many people who have an
the coming of General Merritt, who was unlimited supply of money can buy
expected to reoah the platc within ten nothing. A French gentlinian who has
days tan invalid wife offered ten goldpieoees
General Miles to Porto ifor a can of condensed milk.
General Miles, leading the military More than 200 people are sick with
expedition against Porto Rico, started typhoid fever, measles and itaryation.
at 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon from One house of ten rooms is crowded with
Siboney, Cuba. A formidable naval on nearly 20 pero ns of all clawes, includ-
voy accompanied the expedition. ing many white and pretty women. la
Porto Rico as the Prit. I this house are ten cases of sickness. The
The authoritative statement was made town is policed by one troop of the Seo-
in Washington Thursday that the island ond cavalry. There are only four doc-
of Porto Rico would be held as a per- tors and 1L priests.
manent possession of the United States Clara Barton says: "I visited Caney
as the price of the war. and was shocked at the condition of the
Men Leave Caiup Thomas. women and children. They clung to my
Three regiments, the Fourth Ohio, skirts and pleaded for food. There are
Third Illinois and Fourth Pennsylva. 1,400 tons of stores on the transports
nia, commanded by Brigadier General clust red thick in the harbor of Siboney,
Haines, left Camp Thomas Friday ftt but there is no way of getting them
Newport News, there to board t:.s, ashore in sufficient quantities. The neg.
ports for Poto Rico. leot of the government to provide light-
Wood Governor of Santilgo. ers and transportation over roads deep
in mud is outrageous. Unless relief
General Wood of t.he rough riderA comes many deathswill occur. Medi-
was appointed military governor of cines to ave and prolong life re 1
Santiago Friday, sutceeding Gelerri miles away, while the people are strv-
McKibbin, who was made tn linrury i a to death."
governor just after the Ameritans tool; English Consul Ramsden asked me to
the city. n Move P. describe the pitiful condition of the peo
Spl Moves pie, so that his government might leamn
Senor Sagasta told a rc;prepen'antveno other plight of 160 British subjeota
El Imparcial Friday that the govern.
ment had already entered upon the p:e. When wear 1I gins to exceed repair
liminlary stage of peac-e negotiations. In your I ody y, ni a e going to fallslek.
Forts in mipe Hay ilernced. I',,- s .t,s of It art: loss of flesh, pale-
News reached Key West Saturday ne-s, weakness, nervousnes-, eto. The
to the effect that the United States gun. epalr in-id d Is food. Yen thin' you
boats Topeka, Annapolis, Wasp and iet enough, and yst'onu feel Itat you
Leyden had silenced the Spanish forti. i v t mo re tissue, energ, nervs
flcatlons in Nipe bay, on the northern mrore thtn you'I oot1it onkes 'or you.
coast of the province of Santiago do Tih dilfievuy r at you donot di eat
Cuba, and sunk the Spanish gunboat *.. ,.wi A'aPl thl I o sO rlous It is
Juan Jorge, which lay in the harbor .. li tlig u- wn steilcunly to think
Her crew escaped in small boats under l',ut lf'yn n'in't ,llite'st what you
a heavy fire from the L yden. *, ',i i., a fe ,t s. ,f Shaker Dieil-
The four chips mentioned, which had ''r 'n1. 'Th efeet (f it will be
entered under orders from Rear Ad. ,, inte your lo a'td akel ok.
miral Sampson, pounded the forts for i,oo, f I at it is in control of your m-
an hour, when the Spanish flag wa ,,ir ,-.ttitrasii I"' a vy enough to
hauled down. ,-,t 'hilp for y: urosel. 'Take few boi.
The Americans did not lce a man, i,- "to aiker ]Dietilve Cordial.
but the Spanish Ioes must have been A4 drigglsts, price 10 cents to 1 per
heavy, tottle.


Cubans Under Garola Routed.
According to a dispatch received from
Santiago Saturday, 4,000 Cuban insur-
gents, composing General Garoia'sarmy
for the eastern department of Cuba, were
routed in a fierce engagement with a
detachment of Spanish troops bound for
Santiago to surrender. In this battle.
which took place at a point several miles
to the north of Santiago, 41 Cubanti
were killed and many more were
wounded. The Spanish loss was much
smaller.
Fever Situation In Cuba.
General Shafter cabled the waR
department Sunday that 1,600 of bhi
men were suffering from fever-1MI
genuine yellow case-but only six
deaths had occurred.
This was regarded as ve y favorable
and Washington officials expressed the
belief that the disease was of a very
mild type.
Spain Draws Up Her Note.
It was announced in a special dis
patch from Madrid, published Monday,
that the Spanish government had drawn


M. M. GODWIN,






-Manufcurem ft-
Wagons, Buggles,
--me--
Vehicles of all Kinds
Ilklut WirkU.rn SktiK
Kxinefwled WOlrm, in tarte. Uatlfe
S Iiarantced.
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WAR NEWS

A Record of Events In the Fight
Between America and Spain.

Lawlessness In Porto Rico.
A special dispatch from Mayaguese,
Porto Rico, Wednesday reported that
a serious riot had occurred there, result.
ing in the killing of nine persons and
the wounding of many others. Spanish
residents of the place attacked natives
whom they accused of being American
sympathizers and intending to aid the
invading army of the United States.
Cuban Leader Reported Dead.
Cubans arriving at Kingston, Ja-
maica, Wednesday, froni Siboney, Cuba,
brought in reports of the death of Gen-
eral Garcia. They made a mystery of
it, saying that it should be not known
in Cuba or in the United States for
reasons of state, and gave no particu
lars except that be was shot.
Spaniards IReadyv to'Yllid.


THE TIMES-HERALD, JULY 29.
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up a message aadresse Cto the govern-
ment at Washington proposing an
armistice for the purpose of discussing
the terms upon which peace with the
United States could be arranged.
Brooke Off to Porto Rico,
Major General Brooke, conimanding
the First army corps, sailed Monday
from Newport News to rejoin General
Miles, who, it was calculated, had ar.
rived off Porto Rico.
American Landing Reported.
A dispatch from St. Thomas, Danish
West Indies, received Monday, an-
nounced that United States troops were
landing on the island of Porto Rico,
near Ponce, on the south coast.

THE HORRORSOF WAR

HEARTRENDING CONDITION OF THE
REFUGEES AT EL CANEY.

Babies Dying In Mothers' Arms From 1a.-
ger-Men and Women Fought For Food.
Many Refined Women, French, German
and Ruaitsh, Among Them.


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Strawberries

carry better, and i;. er ber-

ries and larger crops are raised

when liberally treated with




Potash.

Heavy applications of the


Ei1it telegraph operators were:with-
drawn from Tampa last week. complete fertilizers, containing


There is more building going on i
Kissimmee this summer than for year
past.
It is estimated that the watermelci
crup around Lake City this season wil
fret about 30,u0i>.
Rtev. Wru. Elwany, of Orlando, ha
lieen appointed Chaplain for the Firo
Florida regiment.
The six hundred grapefruit trees of
the Kreimur grove in Fiuuy Point,nueu
Kissinmmei, are in full bloonl.
Two young men, Iluis and Dtits
attempted to assasuinate U. Bl. :,we'a
near Taylur, Flu., last week.
Many orange groves are now in fuil
bloom at Arcadia, and the i'rop li ex
pected to lie as large ts that of lani
year.
W. N. I 'a:iip ihas itea('d the properticu
(if the Ocaiil.i .l lilue l'i ver lhiosplhatli
('Oflpaui i at tlie tniiiluinut relital of
25,t3l0 per year.
This season's tobacco crop in Coutmi-
la counuly is being harvested, and the
yield uand quality l proving very satis-
factory to the growers.
Contracts have beet letat Chipliey for
seven trhk storehouses, to replace
those recently burned. The brick used
will be Ulmade at Clipley by E N. Dekel.
vl:s. (corge Du:ant, who livtd near
Plant City, was struck by a falling tree
whiile out drivitint last week, aid diedl
from her injuries four hours later.
Delay is rangerous-wlien you have a
Coutgh or Cold, take PEEK', IPINE
TAR aYIl'i' at ouce; it will cure
qjutcky. I'eek's Drug Store, Lemoun
sKree 11 oipiitOe court i0ouse. *
The luval & 'C:ay Sugar Co calilal
7;(i'o,iii4o, wi:l liciease its capital stock
for the lpuri ,' of raising fund to be)
us'.ed for improving its property iani
C iLctlli)' ;a uew inill. The plant is lo
cated ilion le ,St..Johus river, ab)jut ten
ttilt, st'ut of Jacksonville.
Durtig lthe week just passed about
200 bales of tobacco and ?200,l00l Il
money changed bands between two ci-
gar firms -in Tampa. This is one of the
l.'', -t leali iin cear Havana tobacco
atil iu about two years. This article
is very scarce and only a few bales at
a time have been offered for sale, and
thiso at a high price.
Several persons in Orange county
have tobacco ready for the market.
Frank Jaudon, who lives in fromI Ike
Butler, has on hand his entire spring
orop; so, also, has L. Wichtendhal, of
Gotta. Mr. Jaudon thinks that a buyer
could get five or six thousand pounds
of first class tobacco in bhis neighbor.
hood. bome of the fame a are prepar-
ing to put out a fall crop.'"
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i not less than o10", actual Pot.
rs
ash, should be used.
O Our I woks tell all about the suliject. They
]l are free to any fali iln.
GERMAN kAl I WORKS,
3 N.ioau St.. New York.
S
(ENONE.

1 Ttirotilih coui \"ml ,s if Yi v s Thotup.
S Oil, f I i 'V f le p rnlitlid to
PtI]l:i-l l !- t, 119 l i ltug iu fil poem ,
, whiri wa1 e i. pI,!d froit tile S'. Augus-
t ltiOe :Exa ;- n Ie .Mr. Tltonin)itlurin.,
tile civil Wilr, andl at thil lcriod wi!l
prove of especial interest:
I -i biy ti n ,.,r n, i ti'nt tn-illitt,
lilit l li
I it l wIlt.l t Illo .like a 11.111 1 i,.,; tt.
h li li t o r lr llta ty I bir, i .t
I i' t.l ti ri,.. l .nli, r i oe ite tid r t 111 hlr.(.
With .i lith-, ri tlla .ineSii.,l ;e
I .\ l i vi r di tlli ]t O e tll ii liwl 'i tr<.lt l.

Ilios l l'il rl ',llll f ,t ii l .v i ,,1e i vl' s ii-tt, ,
f ill" O umbtrV nit
Ol that thi i+ l t ..il.t- r
W hl'l tie 1 ilr rt,ir -]ii lle n m, li, lt riir l lut'te.
Youl t rt- % r lit hI th, i ]i,, lit,m jeerl's. oine -
Otl it l i a-t n il to liti 'e ir .-
As I klAsed i lI it- s froln youlr h-l r hliril,
An Ti 11 wi ep tllt I tI it,.l
lIt li fiillte love, lI w wf te til ti. t 11 t ilt.
'Ni thill ti ,r il. ;k'l rik'i;iu lde-
Il a little is.ot. wl'th r tilt ed noo lii, Oked tilronlgh
Their cti s i aril anf c *.'
mh,\ omr iwstnlvei ltlaoniym)l" -twasoiwed--
milif V-u t Ii f lm ii ifi if tilie r it. iie t' i -r
SAlid the ,- le d llif tii iol' i ret ih-wa -
1 ,1vwei t l
A, tl-di eu i e i wi ili li t i iear
li w e lpoke .): thie tine w tlnl we la.rneil tr s
] i, Ie- .1 ]cmr-
(A wn iit l v'I iur rtst r rlii iha i.i t -
A tll t' li rt r w iivte I lk, ii erh 1
i,,w tn ,i ,'t ilght tiedn e i iu. .
Itll ll lll f thr hu i tt'le ll (Jlda ,
Till 1i i, t.'o..i t1 1 nil] i1 one lilgtllu.: kisr,
And \ twlot l'dtl)w reiuw awa '.'
'ln Ioik io I ili an ;o a '.lsy In w
AT it lld oth.t latal nIyht. 1
Ald 'litlh tlet luolln ttile frire t t 'tre.
M.tkri p.l tat l lther llitt ;
I Wlv yd reauni l tl lith pstI otur arL'thl lve--
T"rille vtellm tly. rli ieght a ll
Is flled wi li t t esen t t iir ti fange go Ithw in,
That hA twill ead oin our braidalti lair.
Again do I hear,e ii.neI, ideour, i
In thell weil our tlhtem wt'et trees a
Tie grand i ol ldyinn *t Li faneetral oaks,
A if they reecked to Wie p.lung breeze; l
Again du 1 teet your s aft hanul' laip,
And your proud head heonmi y breast,
As we stood together that urnuiler night.
W henu ar lips to unne were pressed,
But 'ti over uow-the utit nt gnei.-
For you we auother'a bridet;
And to talk of love wern wretched sin, .
A shock to )a young wife's prt i;e.
The few cold words tb at yu sent me on, ,
Are all tat I have to tell
Why you broke the falth of that pitghted love-
Yet I've learned their lesso well. 3
They tell me you looked like a queen that plight,
As you munOnnured the marriage vow;
That the orange wreath of your bridal veil
Looked aullieod beside your brow;
They tell me your laughter was blithe and gay, a
That your step wuas light and proud, 8
And you lartilhed the osmilea that once were nilue t
On a senseless. flattering crowd.


Among the iew noirda boys whu
were engaged in the assault upon San- Did youthinkiikofthe bloseom,oh,faithlessoel I
That you used to wear for me;
Siago are'A. P. Morrow, Jr., and B.S Wihm your heart wa ara pure u that bridal
Pike, of Gainesville, who are members wreath -
of troop B, i6th cavalry. Private Pike As it never again canI ke-
is well known among the Florida boys, idYo t lk f thvows ourlioncefram'd-
having been identified with the Florit'a lid y.ou deem that a maid lnlth alerjuredheart
militia for years, and was for three As a wife could faithful lruve?e
years sergeant major on Major I. E, hi'I you think: the t ar, which d1:mmed that
Webster's s'aff. smile
% ]fell yuir m.r'ifri ir luy 5wird you gave.
And I nIO1 t sh1,1unil lead In the batt e' shock.
ow's Thl I The'l a, i iv. ol I lieflIrav ) I
BOWl *1l TIat iearf isttaeipedi in my own redi llood,
We offer One Hundred Dollar Is iyet I lbuhi in ily iiteil suorn,
iard for any case of Catarrh that cit 'ii tiiiink lhw f'ae is the bieauti,ul Oie
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. lly iwhom t outne was worn.
F. J. CuENT ~ & CO.. Proprietors, otl hLve taught n.e the worth of a wou.an's
Toledo, Ohio. woid-
We, the underslaed, have know TiI' lit I of a w, uaia's heart-
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, anu That the tenderest teer that ever was sheld
believe him perfectly honorable in al i a triumph or wo an's art.
business transactioai, and flnanotaill PA's on In your be .ury. but yet the thought
able to carry out any obligations madb or our last--our ltrat-caress,
b their firm. WIll cloud the light of yur innletis mllle
W A T rAx, Wholesale Drg t With the lshadlw of wretchedoaes.
TWr dd, DlO. TI,-morrow., Enone t the gray pale morn
W l, KINNAN & MARTIN, Will dawn on a held of death,
W lptaU Drniggistl Toledo, Ohio. And the starry cross that is droopilg now,
al'i sCatarrh Cae Is taken lateo Will flap with the battle's breatLu.;
all, -atng dirtlV aup o the blood Myiravemenflghtforthetrhomes-theirluves-
ad -i*ioul s fsU oS of the is rim l, t I with grim deepar-
JAee" Jl.Ier o otle. 601 by t or all that I left tme of all the past
.amt..OUiJat to Is "only a woman's hair."


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NEWS OFITHE STATE


Flc:c(' E tv CLull(d IciThe

Times-Herald Readers.


Somef the Mor e Im-
porant Events.
It is reported that all the troops are
to be reniove,' from Key West.


Only the mileage is reported for the
Southwestern of Floilda, 35.5.
Total railroad mileage in Florida.
2,987 33.

Enterpridlaw Drgglists.
There are few men more wide awake
and enterprising than Aokerman &
Itewart, who spare no pains to secure
he best of everything in their line
or their rany customers. They now
have the valuable agency for Dr.
Kiug's New DIscovery for oonsump-
ion, coughs and colds. This ht the
wonderful remedy that It producing
uch a furor all over the oouonty by its
nany startling cures. It absolutely
cures asthma, bronchitis, hoarseness
and all other affections of the throat,
heat and lungs. Call at the above
Irug store and get a trial bottle free or
a regular elze for 5Cc an I $1. Gnarar.-
eed to care or price refunded.

Keener vs. Time.
Having a stock of Watch ana Clock
Material on hand, and wishing to quik
ihe repair business, I will do worx at
he following low prices until stock in
sed up: ,Watches and Clocks-main
prong, 75c; cleaned, 75c; and crystal
n watches. 10 to 15 cents. Have had
levee years experience inm watch
ad lock mikang. UGive me a call
nd be cconvinced
PERRY KiENER.
Malarlon is endorsed by best phvei.
'an and guaranteed toeure abclii, fo-
er and ague, All druggists, or from
loilt.West Drug Co., St. Louis.


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Florida Railroads.
Among the statistical information ID
ihe lirt annual report of the Railrouad
i')numiesmoin, the fo'lowlug relative to
Florida railroads, may prove of general
interest:
Atlantic, Suwannee & Gulf Railroad
-CApital stock, 8230,000i; funded debi,
$200,0O0; length 31S mtles; debt per
s18,000.
Carrabelle, Tallahassee, & Georgia-
Capital stock, $1.000,000 ; funded debt,
-3500,000; length, 50 miles; debt per
mile, 830,000.
Florida Central & Pe lI nular-Capi-
tal stock, 124,500,000; funded debt, $7,
882,38309; length, 803.73; debt per
mnIe, $40,190.12.
Florida East Coast-Capital stock,
41,000,000; no lunded debt; length,
412 17; debL per mile, $2',426.1S.
Florida Southeru-Capital stock, $1,-
25,000; funded debt. 84, 241,i00;
:cngth, 248,58; dlebt per mile, ,-24.0CO
Gainesville & Gulf-Capital stoek.
15.4.0MX) funded debt,.;!;.000; length
26 miles.
(Georia Southern & Florida-Caitail
stock. $2,71;.000; fundeI debt. $2 I 11,-
010: leutrlh, 2,5 miles; debt er mile,
?22,3S2
,Ja(ksonviile & Atiantic--Capitnal
itock, .25,0tX); funded (lent, $30,1t00;
lenglb, 10.7.'; debt per mile, $4,477 01I
Jacksonville, Tampa, & Key West-
Capital stock, .2,010,100; funded debt,
-4,00.000; leu,th, 200.101; debt per
mile, .?:34.ll7.
Live Oak ,\ Gulf--C.iltal stock,200,-
IKHI;: ftttadtd deibt per milt, m '),,'i.i..i.
'Penusacola-Caplital stock, t:!U004(II;
;'tuilled d ;bi, ? debt per mile, 19l,,S1!'.
'ensacola & Atlantic- Capital not
given: funded debt, $2,794,000; len) thl
160.14; debt per mile, 817,447.
Pensacola, Alabama, & Tennessee-
C pital stock, 8100,000: funded debt,
.100,1000: length, 15.3; debt per ml.e,
2(0.'300.6O..
'Pensacola & Perdido-' capital stock,
12.'5,000; fundeddebt,i150,000; length
9.1i; debt per mile, z-28,645.60,
St. Augustine & South Beach-Caapi.
al stock, ?30,0(C; funded debt,$37,000;
ength, 3 :33; debt per mile, 20,100.
Saivanniah, Florida, & Western-Cap.
lal stock, kS,412,i00; funded delhi,
l:.3.56,000:; length 4V41; debt per mile,
'206,s83.77.
Silver Sptinvs,Ocala,& (ulf-Capital
tock, .*l,500,000; funded debt, $1,-
2t0,0<0O; lengtli, 73 s,; debt per tumile,

Wilitono & Lone Valley-Capital
t.ock, :l30J,0(0K; no funded debt: length
W.63; debt per mile, ;1,012.49.
The Florida Midland, St. Johns &
ake Eustis, and Sanford & St. Peters-
)nrg railroads,aggregating 2309 20 miles.
re reported "not adjusted."
Trmpa& Thonotosassa railroad, 13 2:13
miles long, has no capital stock and no
uuded debt.
There It no report on the Tavares &
Fulf, and Yellow River railroadg.length
1.96.


W. A. MERRYDAY

... WHOLESALE...

Hay, Grain, Flour, Meal, Grits,

Orange Box and Building Material.


Brad;ey Fertilizer Co.,
Williams & Clark Fertilizer Co.,
Ray& Fickett Schooner Line,
,Saillng from New York to Palatka Direct.)
PALATK FLORIDA.





RLANT 5LQEn*
IF YO" Alli' .OING( ANY VIIElIE, WilErIIER IT BE
TO THE

North, South, East, West,

Northwest or Southwest,
l.l1-M1lMIhEI THAT THE
lant m Of Railways
and
Steamship Lines,

WITH GATEWAYS AT

Port Tampa, Sanford, Jacksonville,
Charleston, Montgomery, Tifton,
And Various Other Points,
WITH ITS AIL,-TIIE-'EAR-O'IOND

.... DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE....

IS THE BEST ROUTE.

Cheap Summer Excursion Rates! I
All infoitiatiou cau be o'tainied pirontu,tly by aIddressing or calling oin
F. M. JOLLY, 1)iv. Pass. Ag'ent, 138 W. Blay St.. Jacksonville, Fla
B. W. WRHENN. Passenger Trallic Manager, Savannah, Ga.



Florida East Coast Ry.
TIM& TABLE NO. IS, IN EFFECT MAY 16, 18SM.


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THE TIMES-HERALD, FRIDAY, JULY 29.


jh CHARGE AT SAN JUAN.
RAM --III-----
SA .HOW General Worth Led the

lt4I AC ? Desperate Char&e.

Can't you eltp well? Pain IPOSSIBLETO BEBTRAIN THE MEN
In your back? Lack enerP *
Appetite poor? DigestOn
bad i Blls or pimples? Sis Orderly. Corporal Keller. Who Was
Thse are sure signs of Hit While Beadiag Over Ilm and Was
po is ning.p Carried Of the Field With Him. Tells
Prom poisons that Ire sl. the Story GeOsral Worth Mae Two
ways found In coa flpated SBailt Holes In His Chest, and eis
be l. Right Arm I Froturel--rlue Work by
li the contents of the Oar Enistoed Mon.
bowels are not removed from
the body each day, as nature Lieutenant Colonel William S. Worth,
Intended, these poisonous Thirteenth United States infantry, with
substances are sure to toe
absorbed into the blood, al. four bullet holes in his body, proofs of
ways causing suffering and the efficiency of Spanish riflemen and
frequently causing severe sufficient enough recommendation for
disease common his promotion to be a brigadier general
cure of volunteers, which he recently receiv-
ed from tPe president, arrived at his
home on Governors island the other aft-

at the charge up San Juan hill, Colonel
Worth reached Governors island in
fairly good condition, and his doctor
says that, with ordinary prudence, he
will be up and about in a month.
Colonel Worth, accompanied by his
orderly, Corporal John Keller, Thir-
teenth infantry, left Siboney on the
City of Washington last Tuesday, July
1.2, was latidld at Fort Monroe, taken
ato Bnltimnore by boat antdI cattle to New
They dally insure an easy York by tilt' ialtiinore and Ohio. Ot
and natural movement of the arrival of the train he was met by
the bowels. his wife, his sister and his sister in-
You will findthaltheussof law, Mrs. noflin, the wife of Captain
*UAp9O Williatm H1. Coffin, Fifth artillery,
S AIM S whose battery is now at Tampa, await-
lug orders to go to Porto Rico.
Colonel Worth is not above 6 feet 6,
sUU aU31U IKE 1 and, weigliiug in good health not more
than 150l puunrls, looked very much
with the pills will hasten thinner and weaker than when he
recovery. It cleanses the
blood from all Impurities anrd arched away from Go'eracrs ismlid
is great tonic to the nerves. at the head of three companies of his
mIo f" fO .r regiment one morning in the latter part
Our Medial Departmenthsuone of April. His right arm was in a sling
of* ltbneia tenrineut m hy'slele, In and he walked with some difficulty.
the Ulitnd States. Tell te dteaor
ilsi how youtare stireriifr. YTo The soldiers it the island saluted hini
Si reelive tbes t aedicaadlce
withouteost. ArdresI with the left hand, that the colonel
DR. J. C. ATER. might return the salute in kind.
Sel,- Blm When he got home, his nephew and
__ __fu_ family physician, Dr. Sprague of New
York city, minad a careful examination
of his wounds and general condition,
and then ordered his patient to bed, di-
Sl AJC^,X.^'. recting him to bee no one but the mem-
I L ;T-' h ben reof his fiimnily for a week at least.
i Colonel Worth objected, but obeyed.
C Z.m From members of the family a reporter
.. Learned something abotit Colonel
A New nitl C'on, in,... .. Worth's wounds and how he got them.
S.rU'P)oSiTOtu I. ,s c : iS 1t i ;, Shortly after 4 o'clock on the after-
r.ualcsof i0r1011,,t. A neter-',i ,, !u.
ever niatreaI s ,.It t noon <,f July 1, El Cney havingbeen
with the ki ufreshich is p, niA, i.i taken in the morning, the Thirteenth,
int death, mineesiar%. Why en luaaR ite trrah
ils .l.So Wel pck a Writt n Guatante in .Sixteuth T'wenty-second and Twenty-
11 Bct. No caue, No Pay. ,. :, ,. fourth nfauntry and the Third and Sixth
I. se MENT, 2;l. and :Oc. c" i (dimounted), withth e through
CONSTtIPATION CuredP. Piles retented. I .t d a. at ll the Seventh, Ninth and
CONST IPATION Japanese Liver Pelltt ,i.. Tenth infantry held in reserve, were or-
vreet LIVER asd STOM.\L'I R4CI I. 11 ;.' derel to attack lan 11 Juan hill and cap.
LUO d U 1'RIlI R. Small, il, .il i],. I -
to' take: esieallyiadapttd lurta ilnn us. ture the blo'khouttse on the nunlmlrt.
dosca 2.5 cents. Colonel Worth, when thu attack was
FRiEE -Aital-ftheserfamorr'uslit'lePe;:c"' ordered, comnuanded a brigade. Soon
lie given ith a ft box or more ,,f Pik- ( tires
NOTICK-THI'e G.NeUINK It Fi JAPA kiB I'll' after thef battle beglanl Colonel Charles
Lus for sale only by A. Wikoff, Twenty second infantry,
ACKEFRM.N& STEWART. came on the field. He ranked Colonel
Worth and took command, and Colonel
Worth resumed command of his regi.
ment. Colonel Smith, commanding the
Railin r Thirteenth, not bEing present.
Railroad Engineer In less than ten minutes after Colonel
Testifies to Benefits Received From Wikoff bad come on the field he was
Dr. Miles' Remedies. killed. Then Colonel Worth resumed
command of the brigade, only to be
wounded himself and succeeded by
Lieutenant Colonel Emerson L. Kis-.
cum, who was also wounded. The com-
mand of the Thirteenth was taken by
"""_ M' Major Philip H. Ellis. He was wound.
eOl and wilu snoeeded by Captain Juames
SForuanne, who was killed in a few min-
utes after taking command. Captain
Harry G. Ciuvnnugh then commanded
IN the regiment. Cuvenangb was wounded
in th grin in the assault.
Colonel Wobth was wounded twice
in the right arm early in the engage.
Sent. One bullet pierced the arin 3ust
above the elbow and the other just be.
low the shoulder. He clutched his sword
inu his left hand and led his men to the
fresh attack. Shortly after this Mouser
bullets struck Colonel Worth in teje
right and left breast. The bullets went
,I l ERiE is.no moreresponlibleposition clean through the body, leaving the
eon earththan thatofarailroadengin- colonel nil in a heap and unconscious
eer. On his steady nerves, clear brain, on the fluid. Keller saw him fall and
bright eye and perfect self command, de- ran to his assistance. Colonel Worth
pend the safetyof the train and the lives didn't know what had happened until
of its passengers. Dr. Miles' Nervine andt h ro d
other remedies are especially adapted to Keller Lroughit him around and told
keeping the nerves steady, the brain clear him. While the orderly was bending
and the mental faculties unimpaired. over his chief a piece of shell struck the
Engineer F. W. McCoy, formerly of 132 orderly in the back, right on top of the
Broadway, Council Bluffs, but now residing cartridge belt, and gouged out a hand.
at 8411IlHumboldt t., Denver, writes that he ful of flesh. Keller stack by his colonel,
"suffered for years from eitipatioD, cans- and after awhile the two were carried
Ing sick, nervous and bilious beadachee and of the field tother.
was fully restored to health by Dr. Miles' e best thin that can be old
Nerve & Liver Pills. I hbeartily recommend bout the ight," aid Keller to the re.-
Dr Miles remedies porter. "is that it was a hot time. I've
are sold by all drug- um' seen some soldiering, but I never knew
gist, under a pos lteKv the bullets to come 'from all directions
Saaraatee, lust bottle* Sam~l [ at oboe and comes fast as they did go-
benelone or mosy r*- us- r inog up that bilL If you've ever been
funded. Boek o dip: i out tn a hailatou when it didn't do a
emorthe r Me t L thing bas bl, ou can get some notion
a":r LU trT DIAde n H. of how the blets camone at San Juan.
UR. MILnXDI*lOaL B r. tThere were u8niazdhin frte of ua. be.
t


hind us, on al stiles iof us anl int the nhill.-.New York Sun.
tre top aboo us. And it's an awful A ou o the eri eop
mistake to imtagmiue tewy can't, shoot. I A Reolutionr'n po p le h Ame r ecn ople
don't know huw tmity are afloat, but The American people have resolved
they can shoot like the devil on land or that henceforth 8panishoppression shall
up a tree.be confined to Spaniards, and nothing
"But, say, you just ought to have in the wide world will swerve them
seen ny little colonel I About all you one hairbreadth from that moat just
could see of hini wias his little goatee, and necessary conclusion. -New or.
sticking right out straight, a little gray leans Titnes-Democrat.
hair under his canmulign bht and tLe No Call FPr Music.
flash of his sword. lie headed the pro. Possibly there may be a concert of
session as long as he could, aud, I tell European powers after the Spanish.
you, it was amazingly pleasant to hear American war is over, but hardly Ile-
him say every now and then: 'Just keep fore. There is no call for music as yet
steady now, boys Shoot when you see -New York Mail and Express
something to shoot at, mand shoot quickly
We'll teach those fellows a thing or Cuban Hammook goag.
two about this game they Iton't know, see us softly swaying
and we'll be up in tq9t Hlotohise itr e 'Noatlithe whatly trees,
ite *Li'iv"ystale uvOs ur playing
i te. 1 In the Kfeatlt breeze.
"'iLati kind of talk makes a fellow Cuba, Cuba libr'l
feel fill of ginger atndi up to fighting for Thut's tu he so ( we sing
a w. t k. And the (.,lotel was right. We While the "sildowtss onte and go
4 ud thu te itze siftly blow.
did show 'em at f(w things they didn't Cubn, ('n liir t
ln ow anything about. When we started Singitg as we swing.
up that hill, the first thing we struckeant,
was at barbutd wirt feunce. But it wasn't Neithur thouught nor care
built nIt a white mtan builds n fence. ltt's enjoy the present
The strands were so close together that In the drowsy air.
we had t pry aYanks can o the scrang
we uhau topry 'e0Faparu lN .i- ear'em ban, away 1
gers before we could use the wire ctt- We prefer our napping
terms. While we cut wires, the Span- Through the drowsy day.
lards pumped lead into us. ctuba, Cuba librel
Thnt's Ihe wng we sing.
"After getting through the flet fecet fting whiles we swin ineA
we suggested to the Cubans that, since lunkt rationw--theyjlre fnel
it was largely their funeral anyway, Cuba, Cuba librw1
they might as well dAnce on ahead and Singing as we swing. D
out wires. They evidently preferred to
be. mourners, though, for we could al-
ways see 'em when we had time to look
back. When we found they wouldn't gi, I There is nc
ahead, we did our own wire cutting. I I word so full
seemed to me as if there was one of thot* | of meaning
darned fences ubot every ten fet. W nd utwhich uch tender arid
got through 'etm t.,-:whow, and we il holy recollections cluster as that
vancedl stl i i!y int open order, firi a. f MOTHER -she who watched
we wentt. It wants lire andl advance; li., MOTHER -Se who watched
inil itlvauce. Anid we uli i .ut liuit Dvyer our helpless infancy and guii-
pieces or'f it:hinerv, oit:ly the way tlu td our first tottering step. Yet
rifles of our Iboys aiiilpi I wis tn caution the life of every Expectant Motl)-
"Whni' we once' ugot into thlt wil: er is beset with danger and 11l ef
of being soldiers and lu.ktrs at iti fort should be made to avoid it
maume tiie wo sailel ahe:ild Thi Thir _r so assists nature<
teouth, being in the ceit,tr. etenwd t, t 0 in the changetai-
get the worst dnse, but it wa;t, Us 0 ing place that
enough for everybody. It was imahty the xpectat
exasperating to h:ivo to stop nud cut the xp8ctai
fences while the trees shook off bullet Mot h e r is en:I-
on us, but that was the ,game we wre bled to look for-
up against, and there was nothing :" ward without
do but take our medicine. After what I dread, suffering or gloomy fore-
seemed about a lifetime we clamlienrl d bodings, to the hour when she
over the top of the hill and rallied experiences the joy of Motherhool.
round the blockhouse, cheered the flag its use insures safety to the live:
that somebody witas waving, and thus of both Motherand Child, and s
job was dlone.ofo toteranChand
"When we caught our breath and is found stronger after than before
had time to shake all around, some of confinement-in short, it "make
the bVy looked for comrades they Childbirth natural and easy," as
couldn't flud. Sun Juan was their last so many have said. Do n't be
fight, and they're laid away now on the persuaded to use anything but
slope # the hill, under the trees that
shot them fall of holes. The Spaniards U iT I
that couldn't get down the other side
of the hill fast enough staid with au, E R
and I guess they were glad they did.
They got something to eat and were "My wife suffered more in ten min-
treated kindly, at which they seemed to rates with either of her other two obil-
be amassed. About all they could may dren than she did altogether with her
was, 'You didn't stop coming on at all, last, having previlonal used our bot-
so of course we had to get out,' at least ties of IMother's Frioed.' It is a
that's what the Cubans mid they mid.lessing to an epecting ustomer.
The colonel got it in the right arm a HtnaM ox DAMU, srmi, Illinois
couple of times early in the fight. At z DAi
the frst shot he dropped his sword, but
he never even sopped running. He just O 'f Drlottao.I o a15.r oemt S es t
of pries. writs for book esntlals g te onials
picked it UD with bhi left hand. stuok al malable nfot o e iior siMotlher, is.
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Agent for lnfe'-natb&

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fsetls'IA uptasdeal. 46114 Pon" gas

JACKSONVILLEE.


A BICYCLE ACCIDENT,
or a case of exhaustion, or being over-
come by heat, should always be provid-
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a flask of our high grade I. W. Harper
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blenp ae. anit every one knows
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,diseases pecu.
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l gre' This book con-
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d po rp |and over 00 il-
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i is called Dr.
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dnt on Sense
Medical Ad.
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to cost $rSP Over seven hundred thou.
sand people purchased.it at that price and
over j,2io.ooo people now own copies of it.
For a limited time copies will be given
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This great book contains the names, ad.
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hundreds of women who were once hope
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It tran forms weak. sicklY. n-rvotir innva
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Pellets they rvtilat.,e and invigorate thi
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it up and told us to come on. Finally,
about half way up the hill, he got two
Mausers in his chlst. That knocked him
clean out. I saw him fall and went over
to himi. He didn't know'me at first, but
finally he came to. He looked dazed for
a minute, then he said: 'Keller, just
keep me on my feet. I'm behind the
line.'
"Of course, he couldn't fight any
more. He had loot so much blood al-
ready from the wounds in his arm that
he was very weak. We just staid there,
and by and by the colonel was carried
to the rear. Then we were both put in
a wagon and carted over a rough road
to Siboney. We got the best attention
they could give us, but we had to lio in
water a couple of days. Finally we
were told a steamer was waiting to take
us home, and here we are.
"What about me? Oh, I'm all right
-a little uncomfortable in my back, but
that's nothing. The piece of shell that
struck me hit my cartridge belt and
drove the cartridges against my back-
bone. It felt as if I'd had an electric
shock. It stunned mne for a minute and
when I came to I thought needles were
pricking men all over. But I'm all
right."
Notwithstanding Keller's statement
of his own coalition, Dr. Sprague, who
examined him after attending to Colo-
nel Worth, ordered him to the hospital.
He obeyed orders, but he did it under
the moat vigorous protest. Colonel
Worth told his sister, Miss Worth, dur-
ing thl afternoon, that the conduct of
the trtiops at San Juan was magnificent.
He said that it was utterly inmpossible
to restrain then. "WhyI" I isid he.
"Talk about leading them An ottlcer
had to be a sprinter to kwep up with
thoulp. p
them..
He added that in all his expericuce
during the civil war, when he wits at
officer in the Eighth infantry, anti in
all his service in Indian fighting, lii
never saw such magnificent bravery is
the enlisted men displayed at San Juan


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iand sickly and its food does
'o1t nourish it, put fifteen
: twenty drops of Scott's
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Stour times a day and you
ee a marked change.
We have had abundant
)of that they will thrive
: .is emulsion when other
tails to nourish them.
i1 the same with larger
.en:-ca that are delicate.
Emulsion seems to be
*. cencnt lacking in their
i. Do tot fail to try it if
children do not thrive.
as useful for them in
tn ic' t as in winter.
S r /, f this is hot true.,
S; i)NE, Chemists, New York



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TH. TIMF.-HFRAI D_ FRIDAY. JULY 29.


COUNTY COMIIISSIONERIL.


Proceedings of the July fleeting
of the Board.
The honorabe board of Couiht
Coimmnlsoners inet inu regular session
Tuesday, July obh, ll, ss P'recit :
8. J. Keunerlv, chairman; W. H
Cook, Aaron Varnes, John Ilaucock
and Joseph Price, clerk.
Minutes of last meeting read and ap.
proved.
Potition read i iiI lhat Mollie
Gale be put on pauper lipt. After con-
sideration, ordered that she be put on
list at f2 .') per montii pa3 ;,l.e Ito her-
se'f, until further action of Boarit.
Petition rtad iu.lnvd bv 27 voters ask-
irg that n Jlew volti l priCcict )be e tub-
.,-ied at Iollister. I'(.on cxaninmatlot
oif the law it was found that thle Feti
tion could nut ibe ntaced upiii, tihe taw
providing for the e.tabliiihmiut of new
preclucts requires the lptitiin t heI
presented at a meting before til'
month f( July. The petit on sh(ou'.d
be presented at the June nieeling of
the Boail>
Petition read, askill.g that leimait
Cason be placed upon iuinper li'i. ( i.
dered that he be placed inpon litt iif
*2.50 per month, iiayulbi to Johob Huu-
cock,
('onumuiication read from (. F. Bul.
lard, tax asessr, reihtive to a rebate
of taxes' taked for by John I). Teeter,
.. .. at no ...


ill which lie recconiumended
hate be allowed.
Orderedi that all ill l or
colored tmiii killed y Jl, 'T.'
Ry., be paid. Clerk iiiiliucit
warrants for same.
W. P. Anderson presented
as registration officer in th
$Sj0 with M. W. Stewart
('ril as suretles. Approved
A. W. Craig presented his
otLarv public tile sunm of
W. A. V ouellach and Fiank
surtie". Approved.
Following rifle bonds appr
1i. II. Rist, sureties. Geo.
W. C. Townsend; W. F.
Puretics 1. C. Howell, J.
well; J. M, HIodges, suietl
Price, F. C, 1Blanchard.
Petition read froin Mrs. C
Lvod, making for rebate on
After investigation, ordered
be allowed her -n a value of
county'. part, amounting to
Warrant to be diawu next ni
Commissioner Jerkitis re
the matter of toot bridge nu
Grainver'.m place. {eferred
petitioner with suggestion
be presented to school b
board finding it to be a laud
pose, but not having the pow
thereon.
Perry Hancock and A. Put
appointed committee on
l brl- ;kcro)s Rice Creek, as
catluuns, cost and let, and pre
at next meeting.
Bid ot A H. Green for ke
Creek ferry was laid on table
County Treasurer J. U.
made his report of warrants
for the. month of June W
examined, found correct an
Giled.
Alen his report of funds
June lat, 1898, as follows:
m en. Rev. Fund ... .........
R oad ...... ............
Bridgt e .... ...... ......
I ho l .............o.....
Fine and Forleltue.. ...........

John W. Haman,Sheriff,ma
port of fines and forfeitures
for June, 1898, $71.40.
Collector Blanchard made
of moneys collected for
follows:
County Revenue........ .........
County License....... ..........
rpuo air, ia"'........... ........

County Judge Coxe made
n duplicate with the Collect


Summer Ha


- BURTON HOU
e" ied July sat. Rates $61

Steamer Husi


ceuncs collected for June 18!9, $Q25.00.
Board of Public Inrtructtioi for their
itemized statement for mon'h 'it June
1811i, examined and ordered' tiled.


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d


Paper i
Buildi0'Material,

6 Boxes,

V. E3tO!-.:& s

Wan f"lNs0fv,
R ... Ma *ne
g and R.eap i Machines.
PALAt.ti.'IPrLOINDA.


WALTER THOMAS;
......WHOLESALE AND RET&AL DEALER IN....: -.

Groceries, Crockery, China,

Glassware, Tinware "

Wood and Willow Ware,

*Paper and Paper BaS


16 Lemnon Street.


Palatka, Florida.


that no re- '- -. ....... .. .
1ti1no0 tlos l. which they n i.lk to lie .,
u ses ed :
of, M. ........... .......... M R S B LO C H E R

& K. t t I )iasrtct No.I49, l'o.,ona, 2 mills. ii I )I IlhalilIt'll.II..
.eid to draw 'tn niuda tv ilo, o l board asked 'Ir' ,th. ...'......
for an a se- 'smiimt of 4j} millsoin tixable A W trailge ... ..... .
d hs bond property of Putnam count' lor school t a e5 LemoltvSt............ reet
in sum O1 M axe, ex .jostlie eourt 3
a ti E. po i't X1,C Rowto t i ." ........... ; 1 07
County Tax-Assessor Bulluid being I. Falk luror ................ --- -*
d. present wi the tax roll for ISHS, al ;, '. : ::: ... NI
bo ndwta bounced that said roll was t ready for the ,II" .. .. ...... .
wtheI0 la lidald to eq 'aize?, which they proceed. It Lunk i...........
Me He 1183 Cyrus Fi ,,;ewi.."-....... .... .)I1LaL I N E R Y
ed to do H W V gha' i ............ ...
The Board levied the i liowig sums n .......Stam d Good
*ov1. for county purposes for 1S : J Sander, .. ..... .
State lev mills. Embroidery Silks, :
A Bro e S,.hool. 4 1 millm. Lucy Hloker ................ ... 0
N. Black.' C nis .....................
S L Gen-ral revenue. -2, m s. .,, ineItittlir r.. ... Ladies'Shirt W ists
e Joep Road fund. mill. liree Davis
. bridge fund, n mll. i,,reo, ................... D ess Skirts
A. Me -PfRir1-hurds-c ....1i"i 1 50"Aess .Skirts
Fines and forfeiture 'Und, 1 m ill. Bilatc. nt ... ......... .......... 50
her tax. Total assessment, ot the dollar. 13 % VIa i h i .1itEa
that rbate mills which the assesso, was authorized s rowing, J. utii ,-ts-.'. ...l..... I $
1R the R H ii liit. on.iitallte t t.......... 4 10 j
to assess upont tie ta rloll of I !S, and ,I Nola-t'. witine. ........ ........
63 cent,. It H itrowItig ,0........
3onth, c the collector to collect thie same., W Ilaga,0hrGo, atn Noni .i..'.....
onh The Board furtherodered the assess. There being no further busne the Dry Goods and Notions. Shoes and Hosiery,
ported on metanerolle'ionoffhespecialschool Boardadjourued to meet at is next R. & G. CorsetS. Parasolsanrd Umbrellas.
tar J* tax asked for hv sub districts 47and49. regular meeting, unless sooner called.-,
Sback to Petition tor a road from Fiancis to hy the chairman. Men S and Boys Hats,
that same Palatka was read and lail over to next Jost:in PRi l.:, Clerk.
oatd, this meetIn. Boys' W aists and Pants.
able pur- A warrant was ordeeidi drawn in fa- Prof. T. W. Ralph has returned from
wer to act vor of eo. F ulllaid a part payment his tripto Washington, D. C.B OG R CO
Chairman Keanerly and Joseph Price John lRingham, on of the First Flor. A I*
na g w ere were appointed a iommttee to reyisne da boys, is here on a short visit to his IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE 8'ROER.
building a the registrauois lijt relative to saloon
to specifi- districts, required by law. parents.
set same i'otion, te a will hear com The latest war news Is the effect that Po, H Et
plainta as to assessments, it there are 8in ha ke th U dStat
any, at Its August meeting. SpIPn baa asks4 the Ulted Sttee upon
eping Rioe The following bills were then exam- what terms peace can be obtainea. Tpe Sole Agente for OUR BUNIXESS CONFINED TO
. ined, lound correct, and the Clei k in- French ambassador at Washlngtoo is FiFbuk Cilk Cs t. THE THRAD0. OtLY, ORDERs
Vertrees structed to diaw warrants for same: the medium of communication. *Just LII IJl cnhid Meats, FROM CtNSUMIIRS NEITHER
cancelled 8StJienerli, I day Commisso ....... 1 20 how much the Spanish government l sSOLICITED6 R DEIRED.
WhCook, daycom,r2ii$ ........ 500
rhich was AT arone Va, I doaso 3amll ......... 650 willing to concede will not be known 19 i|r Prm t rtirApi a'
d ordered .erm ea until President McKinley makes known Q tati0ns Made Promptly .Applitatlon.
John Han=kNfur paupersKnuowles.
anp per................................... 00o the demands of this government, In Feb 11-m
on hand .Quick.forper @@t............u "0 the mean time there will be no let up in JACKSONVIlLr FLORIDA.
On hand Sprague, fortalupers Hanbury and WE. FL I
L oag ........... ............... the military movements now on foot.
0uAiIllr, l or pauper Lumpkin......... 2 0 <
..u,23 31 JamesCanon, for psuperOeteen........ 200 Save Your floney.
',, sX W iUrk, or paupers Bel dit and Wititams, We invite the attention of our cus-
II 8 a CauWey, for paipe perl(2) ...n..W.....,
27 W aNelson, pau rse i ...... tomers or persons wishing to save
SJwK nerly, or paul er buS .. o mone I. Dry Goods, Shoes and Gent.
55.39" 04 W Par=h, for pauper Howardo....n....2ro0
D B Peacok, for paupers Walker and Furnishing Goods to visit our stores.
ade his re- Greese. ........................o 4.50'
e s re Prioe, forp r ulwr Loring........5 nO A pleasure to show you our goods.
I collected A s 80te, 1 i r -if................... "
A Pdgett, or pauper tley.........v o TlES. E.BoND Co.
G W Ward, for Ipauper liunk........... 5 00
his report s. it. Jerkins. for pauper Galin. tea.... 2 0 if you suffer from sores, boils, pm.
'f W stih, for pan or.CaldwsU and Mise, BO I yousufer from sores, boil,pim.o
June l ora oaoitannon, tuper Harvey o oo ples, or if your nerves are weak and
J2un t n ousudurnerfrolr n......... 2d
John W.Hiagan. auMr rioin......... 2 your system run dnwn, you should take .
LJ. atokes,,i.ape go.,,0Ho ........ ,,ro hod'sarsparilla.f RUPT E leins. L'm iny unortunate tbeig
it _r a rookSa' J5 man RUPTURE willowor.
SJoseph Pri cuenr k and auditor,. .... it' 50 thit we t kl MnaleJltton to come tiI
..... Louis Pope. janitor ..................... Homespun and Grass Linen tkirt- -0 11|s 0 rfliiqL w e, i1, c"'1 tintI l wtoei e lreot,,
.l.ant. yste., rent. ,farmnory...........2. 2 a7iU vers Ol itpla t.to e
$1 FC Verioschla"ard, m' sfor June 7...... 2 wings marked down. we..6.a tof which time we will
his report R Bond Co, uppoi Te.r........ 4,BOND CO. sew know naing of the affliction refund tima. ot astatory.
s for 1 I o isor herna cl"liioiy catled r ptur it will e a ui" tonle '
A:rfo i P. DeWolf, rotate on tax. IN?,.w ti ar........ .. .. b3rpris itatenmto i; that one.tioith of be ht- To ti l 1 i' rf Im tk(aOd en iy
or for Ri .J wor at 33 vards Yellow Homespun for $1, at man .f'aun', arena tet tuo s oplat t. to 1 ,IdeelrSeZ2id a eahI
boothhinisttrue,end the forms. of t.ar..t.ent There..iCTe i iarnla td an ,
S e b, voting 8ml THiE ACKT STORE. .Theres ainethed ofrtainint se asuer l.er e rdlned to .it Durin ted
W. J. Bryau, road work,lst. No. 4 ......... is 2,A that 5oinversaily aeoee l iteIna.g1irfeet it yearcton ijr' a k int) a t lng trusiie
ven. Irurt ... New Superintendent for U. S. & F. not ony rsetai, the hernia, t that we ouitis
Aar ars, work ........... The Georgia Southern am# Florida extisncen. .e. to comin. t lbt
<.J. Wllltiam, num rt rroad, Dist l.. 4 47 NO. 91* TJiUa. T't R iitiRUtslS.
n.P. H.tancok "* ** .. 8s o Railway has selected as its new.super- AAsiswell known mo. of the& f or Man ff3 s they coald
prisoner ............................... intendent. Grady, who acceedathis .nlay are nut ati.aoryto the wepr er i tha u
oW tg t l d e- Ars t itn g o o d an d fai ll a ey sn6a pI t a a d iff eren t
I.1. CoA.t3 Juie, Jeff anane, dce.,entirely to retain the herntsa. Thonsn'7 shaed d- ic-ur trt is
A, .Steen. d etor, .i right ......... so Mr. Grady Is an old employee of the dlon surithoe ut rotirey, huse, riGtt edn or T ,
perrweek,..OMu Grad1y00fe dingwlthoatentirety, ths enday10erl ng their h-oIsessitat c t.
rw Howl ........ road,and thoroughly understands every ave given thenndure panand eonvenr shas Wa a wi not hold.
J W ,agan. work at nuc houet---.........
J iiki work-MtWell Perry ... 0o 0o detail of the businel. He began work O--WE CARRY A FUL iI* .-
tier" I."' W.Irmo, worke 1 Co., Ifr with the company as section master, H. R. and ElasticTrusses, ip1 eI agesPessaries
S. e ,rl work ........ 30and bas steadily climbed up the ladder and all kinds of Rubber Oeb ... 'S
#,H I Afi~s N.m 2 of promotion to the position of genbralre _e
: ....,. Crescent Drug....-ore,
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4&LATKAWUCKLV 'TIMES* UStab isiisd t1 osldstod Way 1, 1935


ATKA, FLA., JULY29., 1898.


NEW SERIES-VOLIME 7.--NO 18


BRIEF LOCAL NOTES.


ParegrEphs of Local and Per-
sonal Interest.

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


Rawley M. Flowers spent Sunday in
Sanford.
J. M. Cheese, of Hollister, was in
town Friday.
Itev. W. E. Stanton, of San Matdo.
was in town Wednesday.
lion. J. P. Wall was in town Tuesday
shaking hands with hie friends.
Mrs. Barnett, of Sanford, is visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Trueian..
Charles Kurtnprhusch and family re-
turned Friday from their visit to Geor-
gia.
W. T, Weeks, clerk of the circuit
court of Bradfor county, was in totvn
Friday.
B. E. Morgati has :one to his firmer
home in Georgia to pay a visit to rela-
tives.
Mrs. W. O Lvinvgstcn, of llollister,
Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. T. W.
Ralph.
F. N. Wilson, of the Wilson presss
Company, left Sunday for a business
trip north.


Deputy Sheriff E Iward W. Clark, of
San Mateo, left Wednesday for a busI-
ness trip north.
Mrs. L. C. Jones and b biy left Mon-
day for a month's visit to relatives'in
Bowling Green.
The First Florida Heginment is now
encamped at Fernandina, having am'-
rived there last Friday. .
J. E. Marshall, who has been over to
the east coast on professional business,
returned home Friday.
F. M. Payson, at the Crescent City
mills has just made a shipment north of
10,000 feet of fine quality flooring.
Oar entire line of Misses and Chil-
dren's Strap Slippers and Oxfords are
going at c >st.
THEa S. E. BoND Co.
J. R. Dun has removed to Jackson-
ville, where he has taken a position
with the Cummer Lumber Company.
The schooner Thomas Winsmore,with
a cargo of flue lumber for New York,
was toweddown the riverSundav night.
George L. Fox has moved bhis fresh-
meat market from the opera house block
to the Hart block south of the postoffice
on Water street.
J. A. Beer was bitten in the leg by a
dog while riding his wheel on Lemon
street Saturday. Dr. Welch dressed
the wound, and no serious results will
follow.
Mrs. E. J. Williams and daughters
left us this week. They to to Palatka,
where, in the absence of Mrs. Cyrus,
they will try rind keep the good Doctor's
spirits up.-San Mateo Item.
Sunday's Times-Union and Citizen
says: 'Mrs. M. I. Cox and daughter,
Miss Rosa, came from Palatka the first
of last week to visit her sister, Mrs.
Eugenia Flomard, for a short time."
E. T. Keels, of the firm o' keels &
Wiley, is in town fitting up the store in
the Sampson building. They will soon
open a racket store there. Mrs. Keels
and the little one are with Mr. Keels.
They are at the Morrow House until
they can get their house in readiness.
-Crescent City Journal.
Steamer Lavlnia All Right.
The steamer Lavinia. of the Lucas
Line, which has been on -the ways for
the past several weeks having a new
wheel put on, and being otherwise re.
paired, resumed her run Monday be-
tween Palatka and Drayton Island.
Be Patriotic.
We have just received a complete,
line of patriotic Neckwear for ladies
and rentlemen.a. I
Tut 8. E. Boxb Co.


Examination for Cadetship.
The Putnam county con'petlive exi
uiinuation for state cadetship to the
South F.orida Military and ,lducat-onal
Institute,wiil beheld iq Palatkaon nexl
Friday, August 5th, Messrs. F. S. Crill,
Joseph Price, and b. J. HiUbura, com-
prieing the examining board,
Applicants for cadetship, both state
and pay, shall not be leas than fifteen
nor mote than twenty-five yvars of age
at the time of admission, and not less
than five feet in height. They shall be
of good moral character, free from con-
tlgious diseases, and of a physical con-
formation andl dleveloimeut which will
qualify thum for military service.
In order to hu admitted ut competi-
tlian at this ex imination applicants must
be able to read and write English with
faculty. but they will only be graded on
the bl)aucbes on which questions are
furnished by the superot*:ndent, viz:
arithmetic, geography, English gram.
nmar, and United States history.
An Attempt at Burglary.
. At an early hour on Thursday night
of last week a burglar was discovered in
the residence of Mrs. Meek. Miss Mila
Meek was knocked down but not sen.
oosy injured, by the mi-creant as he
escaped through the door.
A suspiciou- negru wab arrested Fri.
day morning at the depot, but the evi.
dence against him ni t being sufficient
to bold him, he was discharged
Our citizens had best be careful and
take all precautions against buiglars, as
this is the second ltte'mpt within the
vast few days


J. R. Duval Dies.
John I. Duval, who attempted to
commit suicide about two weeks ago by
shooting linnse!f through the head with
a revolver, (tied from the effects of the
wound Monday afternoon, at 4 o clock,
at his residence on Reid street. Mr.
Duval was 57 years of age.
The funeral took place fiom the res-
Idefice Tuesday afternoon.conducted by
Rev. Thomas P. Ilay, pastor of the
Presb3terian church. The pall bearers
were: R. i. Adams, Dr. E.S. Crill,
George L. Fox, George Weller, Dr. W.
H. Roseuburg, Heals Peterman.
A Ob1ld Enjoys
The pleasant flavor,gttitle an too, andti
soothing effect of Syrup of Figs, when
in need of g laxative, and if the fatk.,r
or mother he costive or billions, the
most gratifying results follow Its use
so that it Is the bept faeally remedy
known, and every family should have
a bottle. Manufactured by the Call.
fornola Fig Pyrup Co.
For Rent.
Cottage conveniently located; five
rooms; city water; large yard' cheap.
Appi quick at this office.
A Big Order.
Tuae San Mateo Item of last week
says: "The Hodges mill at Satsuma
sold thirty car loads of slate to the pine
apple growers about Eden sand Jeneen
last week. The slats are to be used for
making sheds over their pines, and the
mill representative told us he bad the
promise of an order for twenty car loads
more. The cold and sunD t6ther bha
demonstrated to the growers down there
that it pays to cover the pineriaes."
* Spot Cash.for Moss.
Highest market price paid far Black
and Gray Muss by I
JEFFERIES & STEARNS,
Fruitland, Florida.
Write us for information.


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Put In on a Cash Basis.
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FROn THE HILLS OF (JEORGIA. are busy sorting and packing, nailing up
-- and piling on the great covered wagons.
MARIETTA, Ga., July 25. EverVtbingisdone witharush,for when
My regular letter wa not ent in la the frut Is ready it must go. A con-
My regular letter was not sent in last slant stream of friends and vsietois is
week for the very good and sufficient pouring in and out, all most cordially
reason that Inad nothing to write which welcomed by the gend out, al Judge and hialy
would have liqre.ted your readers. welcomed by the geniSl Judge and his
would reted your reader very charming wife, and none are al-
But peihapt they would like to hear lowed to leave empty-handed. Rushing
,t"Buckeye" will, anyhow) that I went in and out and through, here,there,and
into Allanta last Thursday, and had a everywhere, we see the Judge himself,
brief glimpse at the great Confederate smiling and happy as a big school boy
re-union. Atlanta has a way of gather. out for holiday. Saturday at noon the
Ing throngs ol eager, happy visitors clouds threatened, and the fruit was
within her hospitable gates,and she was "just right," so a day's full pay was of.
no whit behind on this magnificent oc- feared to every worker who would stay
casion. For days, train after train of at his post Saturday afternoon. Thro'
crowded coaches had rushed through to the pouring rain they all worked on-
the capital city, and we were told that Ills Honor in with the rest-and a car
it would be impossible to ,'i,nk unless load was gotten off in good shape. Two
we stood on tile edge of the sidewalk car loads will be to-day's record. I
and turned our faces to the middle of the wanted to get a little more information
street. But it was a thoroughly good on the subject, but the Judge is not still
natured crowd, aBdu we were fortunate long enough to bsk him more than one
in securing seats, both on the trains and question. (I couldn't catch him by the .
street cars. "1We" consisted of five la coat tails, for he had on no coat.)
lies and little girl Some of our partly The editor is doubtless rinmdli his
suffered a good deal from the heat, but teeth, and wishing he was not too poor
I am such a thorough childlof the tropics to buy another waste basket.
that I don't care much how hot it gets So, (to he "I' lhe swiu") a
The city was gaywith ti igs and bunting; "Adios : mis a uio."
wherever ilheiaee was turned there were TH.
the beautiful,glowing colors of our (ju-t -_ I
now) much-adiored tHag. Even the ciec- Harry Teasdale Drowned.
tric cars Hounted a tlig from every pole. The Jaciksonville Metropolis of las'
Along Peat htree street thli decorations FI:iday contaliied the following account
were goigeoius. On some piazzus were of the drowning of Hal. Teasdale in t
displayed large portraits of our Soul'h- that city. The unfortunate youth was
land's beroes,Lee, and Davis, ind Alex well known in Palintka, anti nny of his a
Stiphens, and many others ivell known relatives reside here:
to fame and shamed in the hears of al! ",Harry Teasdale, the 14 'ear old son t
true souihrneruerwound about with the of Mr cnd Mrs. HR. Teasdalie, fell from f
flag they loved so well, and fought for the dock of the Clyde river line. at the r
so valiantly, and back-grounded or caii- foot of Laura street, to-day, about one t
opled by the beautiful btars'*tad tripes o'clock, and was drowned. '
that to-da) we are all groud to own as "Harry, in company within Frank M
ours. One house had, in giant letters, Rhodes, son of k.piitain J. F. Rhodes, c
"U. C. V." outlined on the wall in tiny was engaged in crabbing at the end of
Confederate flags. ButtheCapitalCit) the dock, and wiles nitempting Inou-e
Club building was literally sn:otiered in his scoop net he leaintel too far over thie
flags from many nallton-un enormous water, lost his balance, and fell in. H i',
British man-of-war flag, the Chitnese was a good swimmer. uand as lie did not
dragon spitting ve'nom at the world,and rise ifter falling in, it is suppoel i that
many mire that my pen can enuicinta, he struck sonie suunien piling which
General Gol d.n was the hero of the rendered him tiucoii-cloiius, nd he siank
hour, as u'ual. Hle is quite gray, but imnmdliate'y."
elect and commanding as of vore, and The body was fountilihout thirty miu-
his voice has lost none of its strength utes after the drowutig.
and clearness !Its remarks were the
only ones we heard although we were The Best Prescription for Chills hi
present (luring addresses by (;eneralhs id fever is a butui of tiiove's fladte-
S. D. Lee anti Evans. The vast audito- less Chill Tonic. Never fail tou cure;
rium was crammed, and all the o:d velt then why experiment witlh worthlesB Ii
exchanging whisneredreminlniscunces, mitatious ? Price 50c. ju.;3 ly s
so e could hear but little. There were Palatka's Good Luck. ti
plenty of scarred old "Confeds" and
some bate.tatteredo flas--remnd"and The Titusville Advocate says: "The
left from the awful struggle. But abh old mill of the Wilson b vbess Compa-
how quickly all that past was forgotten and a much ler structure y e of double I
ad oniy the present remebered.he and a much larger structure of double!a
and oldy the present remembered,hean the capscty of the pieseut plant will be *
a older, young and lenderropic andwi built. Captain Will Boyd will com.
browned by the tropic's sun, withh mence driving the pdiling for the foun. f-
slouched hat and leggings, one arm In dartion of the new ail. It is a lucky sa
sling and some strips of plaster across thingfor itlmi that such energetic "
his cheek, limped slowly though the thing for aiatka that such energetic
hts cheek, limped Slowly thioui~ the business men as Messrs.'Wilson and re
crowd. '"Wounded at bautiago," was ldn settled in their town. Wish they
whispered from mouth to mouth, as the Seldeo settled iu their tewn. Wlsh they
admgn throng opened a path for the had come toTitusville with their sever. o
hero of to-day. But what is the use of hundred emplye.
tryIng to portray all the little incidents Shelter for Tobacco. p
even of these few hours? I had many he ro r IMC
friends and acquaintances in town both The tobacco growing us der shelte-on
from Florida and South Georgia, but the lagler grove is as fine as they make
only two was I fortunate enough to meet It. The leaves are slk and the plants
-both old yetemns and Georgians. are free from w-rma. With the duty
To-day I had the pleasure of inspect, off of Havana tobacco the Florida grow- p
ing one of Georgia's giant peach orch. ers will have to make a specialty of a na
yards at the time of picking and packing wrapper leaf, and to get it the tobacco w
and shipping the luscious frilt. Every will be grown under shelter or partial r
one who knows anything of public af- shade. The tobacco growers will come P
fairs in this state, will recognize the to this as the ploeapple growers are i
name of Judge George Gober, for he is coming to it for pineapples.-San Mateo
a prominent figure In judicialand polil- item.
ical circles. I was to his orchard that Meets Your Needs. fr
my visit was paid. About two miles e
from town,uestllng almostin the shodow When yoa feel t tled, lnguidnervous
of grand, historic old Kennesaw,,sround and are ttouled withodimples and
head the sulight m s .eruptions, you will flid Hood's a t~Mp gi
whose head the sunlight abd shadows iulls exactly meets tour needs. It pu- te
are ever playing "tag," he the great fies and enriches the bkod and lu. al
orchard and vineyard, the pride of the parts to It the quallies needed to tone es
Judge's heart. He has sixty thousand the n6rvee and nourish the whole sys- as
peach trees in place, aud I could not tell tern, It eure ail birod humor. In
you how many fai-stretchling vistas of H as
grapes. Down steep hilllsides and HOODS nPI 1eurs s ok hendMhac he
tand tse, bl1llonsuesa and all liver fill. is
through dipping dells, on, on we drive Prier 9 coats, a
amid the just empurpling grapes or the (d
blushing beauty of Georgia's queen of At Your Own Price. of
fruits. Wargons ae comsng atndl going, Ladies' Oxfords and btrip Slippers r
bearing away empty baskets to the pick- must be sold. Come and get a pair at si
er, or returning with those same bask- your own price, ev
ela filled to the brim. Score of hands TAn 8. I. BoND Co


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POMONA.

POxON4, July 2I.
Mrs. W. E. Hobbs was expected to
arrive in town lust iatuLday night from
Whitelidd, N. II., where bbe has been
he past year.
Mr. IT. A. C('rt in has returned to Pa-
atka, after a two weeks ilnessat home.
Mr. and Mrs. ,Stri-klandi have rented
he house belonging to Mrs. Barlow,
ud are keeping house.
Miss Sallie Wairen, of l'ualaka, is on
a visit to friaids in Sisco and Pomona.
Mrs. Stiuire and tIo son*, loy and
tanley,leave our midst' to day for Rock.
ord, Illinois, where 'hey will be with
elatilves. It is lotttihl that after some
ime they may go lio Arizona with some
relatives who are seeking better health.
We regret their leaving us, and this
hoiainnuaity a i.l l i the uo s uof a gcd
h;ish iimn fti;v t ih with m uetlsor.
ow Lthit Mrs. Squire departs, leaving
ll her kind friends. hut fri llug that it
Sfr the hI-st. We wikh them all a
ate j"n,,ne. "nti a hearty welcome by
heir friends antiI reltives.
YANKIRIt GIRL.,
S1ELA KA.

WFI AK A. .T'y 2W.
Onlu pnolu- ,i'. r ..t; V. E. Reeder,
aKs goile to IPa' a liHeacl for a week's
alL Wdict r ie ct:, iii *itie tiritg aud
possltlic- btitit t ,m cu ed lui diturlu
ies abacltce ,. s Msi Lithe Morrm, as-
isted b e J.uite McI,,,u !, and 1 .; mat-
Be' seeim t) run nsmool lilv.
T1I1 V. I A. are now making hold of
he sulihur spring nnd will greatly im-
rove ihet baitI house and spring, and
ntentl making it a pleasant ploce. lbhe
prng has muany natural advantages.
Mr. and js. Gaps leave ibhi week
or Ahbe#llIe, N. C., for a prolonged
tay athtba wehliauown,delibhtful place.
e.wwluh them a pleasant time and safe
turn,
A blacksmith and wheelwright shop
s being erected here by Mr. West, an
Id and reliable hand at the business.
We have felt the need of such an enter-
rise a long time, and all should give
lm full patronage.
Mr. Reynolds received a telegram
rom Guy, who is with the Fint Florida
eglinelt, to the effect that he would
eM through Palatka, en route for Fer.
anditja, and Mrs Reyuulds and Nima
went down to see him, and returned
iuch d adpointed, as they found that
he regiment had gone via. the F. C. &
. raIlroad. The seaw one of tle Mich-
;an regiments, however, and so wqre
partially repaid for the trip.
We shall look with toteqest for letters
om "Huntres" in her billy home at
[arletta, Ga. -
As the sea coat is getting to be a
reat resort for people living iu the in-
nrior, I take the liberty to say that
ong the whole Atlantic coast no place
xcels Ormond and vicinity. The view
fone, a wide heach,and safestof bath.
ig-no under current to endanger life
i at many places. The Coquina Hotel
on the bluff right at the beach, It is
spacious building, with broad vetna-
ls fronting the ocean. There an lots
Bathing suits, and the bath room and
ble are all that could be desired. The
lea are reasonable. The houseM I pte-
ded over by Mrs. Vanee,wha makes
*erythin pleasant for hbaer gets.
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A FEW WORDS OF WARN

Persons who may be expoed ti
low fever and others living In dln
liable to be Infected by it. will find
timely and intelligent preonrat
the beat means of keeping thiildr
malady out of the family. ar
regulations lin the household are o
first lnportanoo. Clean vip all
mnattee. decayin; vegetation or
pools. Drain of ponds, pools and s
Brn vegetable offdl from the kits
Eat nothing but light, wholeson
easily digested food, avoiding gre
over ripe fruits antd vegettbles. I
be sure that the blood, otomnol
bowels of every member of the ft
is in healthy condition. Irreenula
in the system., Puth as Ind-geation
tpaton, torpid liver, invite dis
ler the holy, antd i the cii
fever. renderi its prtlogi tnS
I It aud ldeaiily. '1 lii n ont
pvAedi'v removed and pure I
luelctlon anr' regularltv I
re estanlished Ihy using Pr
lItters iegreat aitteD re lgn
Thefrqet tiae of tiMic reviie
dlosep s ilesd to the age of each pI
will iinintalu perfect health In lthl
ilv ( ot a bottle at. once while II
v;T i, \'t H fur off, mse ;t faitfin'll
regiiilmy. Prompt a"',ion NO(
putting yourself and faim ilyl i)n i
tion toi r'si t the disease z-r'nur
ipar, -yotu tiiffering it iIan i tOow.
Pricklv .\Ash Hitters cain he obta
from Acksriman & Stewart.
RoBT. W. AVI) Is. s. ,.IIll
DAVIS & HILBUR
I-AkW JLL-US

Oteie upistalir in I'alaitka Natlinatl lalk
Palatka, Florida.

Will practice in all State anid 1',
Courts. m 7

H. W. AVERY,
COUNSELLOR AT LAN
Palatka, Florida.
Office Palatka National bank Build
Will practice in all Courts, State
k federal. may i -1

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Flt -'a lit o t y. Stops. alf d .1in
dInd sCnumptimn. Youn o Men regain
la d O l d M Wt reco ver No uti lu l V igor
[ bor and size to shrunken organs, and
r business or marriage. Es liv carril
pocket. 'rite|( flT 6'BoxeS
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paxuwee. OR.iws OItt, r'lr
ACKEBMAN & STEWART.




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MAGNETIC NERVINE
e' to are Insomn l aI, its izitzme HvIt
Nervous Debility, Lost Vitalitv. ,iistnin l irl
Failing Memory-the result ofttver.work, Wo
Sickns, Errors ol Vouth or Uver.indulge
price BOo. and 1:; 6 boxes 5B.
For quick, Itositive tand lasting results in Se
Weakness, Impotencv Nervous Debhiity and
Vitality, use YELLOW LIBEL SPECiAL-lo
strenglh-will give strengrth andi tone to ever
andi effect a permanent cure. Cheapest and I
lao Pilt In : by mail.
FR E --A hotl. of the famous apr er I.1
Pellets will he tieir '.ilh a !i hox ur snre u .%
atc Nervine. Ifre. Sold only ly
ACKE\IA.N ST'EWARiT.
Pa'atka, F'a.


Need

A Change ?
Try the Seaside.
For line flt.htine, excellelt hslthliu;
and the pretilefti l.tith ,,a the At-
lsrilic coast, whlit ilte air it punre
au>> et'ratibitg.
...CoronadoBeach..

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Cuionado Is opposite New
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P '. kti. 5nil mn "fn i., t .*-
mnsiwietw O 'n"vtra'e
v'pii'rton hr'i winter ,s the
SEASIDE HOTEL.
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SH R 1 I NI EW AmATLAxTA, July iO.-The eighth an

PARAGRAPHS "w' "'needAN OPEN LETTER
dance in the history of the association. A N
1 General Happenings of the Week Addreutwf wom resp ETO MOTLHETRS,
Covered In a Br!ef Manner. session. General John B. Gordon, as O HE
usual, was the lion of the coasi a, re- W ARE AsERTING IN TILE COURTS OUR RIG TO TH
8outhtrn Itema. ceiving a tremendous ovation when he EXCLUSIVE USE OF TIHE WORD CASTORIA.," AND
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., July 20.-Private entered the great hal and later on d. "PITCE'8 R'S CA 'PORUAL AS OUR TRA E MARK.
ING. Thomas G. Leako of the Second lllinot, Uverig him s pech. SJI, P0R iL PITCH F, of yan nio, O380sahusets8,
regiment was shot three times by Pri- ATLANTA, July 31.-At the second- ..
yel- vate Henry McLain of the First North day's mesion of the confederate reunion l t g : c.r cf "PTCHZ.R'S ASTORIA," th dame
strir, Carolina regiment. in this city General John B. Gordon tat has t o'y n 3 .h.. 0onI every
ilthat STATEsBORO, Ga., July 21.-J. N. was unanimously re.eleoted commander. t .s.ira er.
ion I Wood, a prominent citizen, shot and in-chief. A resolution to erect the b he fac-8i e sna eW4 .wrapper.
a&dftli killed J. Felder Myers, a white man. at lie abbey at Richmosid passed by an Thisis the original PiTCHi:ER'S CASTORIA," which has been
niltAry Hubert. It is 'latited Myers had pre. overwhelming majority. t
viously threatened Wood's life on first ATLANTA, July 23.-Charleston used in the homes of the oihura of America for over thirty
opew sight and walked into his store with selected as the next meeting place at years. LOOK CAREFULLY al the ,rrmper and see that it 8is
inkp. pistol in hand, when the shooting oc. the third and last day's session of the ..
chen curred. confederate veterans. The annual pa. the kind ylou have afwarlq oug.,'? ,q '.'
e and CHARLIESTON, July 22.-The French rade took place in spite of a heavy rai and has the signature f wr"rp-
an or steamer Olindu Rodrigus was brought which began just as the march through ,
,tla into port this morning in charge of a the principal streets commenced. per. No one 'has autho.itU from me 1 use ly f W ex-
anil) prize crew from the cruiser Now Or. TAMPA, Fla., July 22.-W. R. Hen. cept The Centaur ComnipWy of Wah;4 .".. I. rc:!:: is
ritles leans, comruanidid by Lieutenant Rur- derson, president of the state board of
, con- sell. The stemner was captured off health, when shown published state. President. ..*
eases San Juan, Porto Rico, whi.ou ttemiopting ment to the effect that yellow fever pre. March 8, 1897. -L "* I
se 'f to run theo blockade. vails here, said that if the parties mak-
DnorDo --
liti,,n ASHt\VILLu, N. C., July 20.-United ing the statement were within the bor.- o t D '.),, 0,d.
S.,, States Senator J. C. Pritclard of North dera of the state, he would see that the
Inthe Carolina left hihoneat Marhall n- full penalty of the law was meted out Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting
riklh day to attend court in Kerusville. It is to them. He said that he is still pre. a cheap substitute which o e d ruilistl may offer you
itor, just leurn i t to prat re si (re to prvebecause he makes a febyw experts that there on it), t in
ly :1 swollen inount:tin stream his IugV no yellow te.er here and that there has (because lie makes a few nior g r oni it), e n-
*ersFti overturned and the senator had a nar been itona. gredients of which even he dos not know.
(" row esape Ifromn drowning. CHAITA'OOaA, July 25.-The now in- Th I
u ad t; i.v.TsN, July 24.-The Beach ho. dustries reported by The Tradesmnit for011 VWag
W i, tel, lcated on tihe gulf front, and one the eek just ended include coalin BEARS THE FAC-IMLE SGNATURE OF
- of thl, sInier and winter r- in Alaina, Arkansas and Weat Vir-IMILE INATURE O
i s'ort.s in the .nith, has burned, enala!- ginia, a $10,000 electric plant at an Ala-
i. in a loss est matetd at fron t'(l),u000 to baiua town, and a $~00,000 electric light
tin'". 30,:),00. Ilnurance only partial. T'l, and street railway company in the cot.
building atii c(intentis tire a to.il lo-s. ton mill district of South Carolina; lum-
Sit\ The tire was caused by a defective elu- bher mills in Florida and Arknusas; cot-
tric light wire. tonseed oil ills in Georgia and Texas;
N Ate. s, Jl, 5-A n, sawmills in Texas, Florida and Louis.
n d WAV('lfoss, Ga., July 25.-A u i" iana; a sugar refineryin the latter state, T '
rand a half of track on the Doughs(s -'- anti telephone companies in South Car. Inlsis on Having
o. tension of the Wayvross Air Lie hais olia and Georgia. n T a i d
been completed ,and the li.e mi i o a GThe Kind That Never Failed You.
li',lg built to Douglas by September. The ex Ini Other eretions. esm b moI sem ~
tension will open up a fine titier and WASHiNOTON, TJly 22.-The president
agricultural section and trains will be. has appointed Ferdinand W. Peck of
gin running re:u!arly between Way- Chicago coim issioner general of the ------
'" cro-s iand Dotug.u by fall. Paris exposition.
tt K.EY WERT, July 24.-Theo Uniteti PARIs, July 23.-Private letters re- O u th e rn
States gunlKats Topeka, Annapolia, ceived here from Madrid, under date of S ouRtr
Wasp and Leyden silenced the Spanish July 28, say that the internal disorders
fortifications in Nipe bay, on the north. in the Spanish provinces continue.
ern coast of the province of Santiago de WASHINGoTON, July 25.-The war de. R a i w a
Cuba, on Thursday, and sank the Span. apartment has decided to send the First -
in h gunboat Juau Jorge, which lay in Florida, Second Georgia and Fifth Mary.
lini.. the harbor. Her crew escaped in small land regineut., now at Tampa, to Porta
anil boats under a heavy fire from the Rico. OST EXOELLEIT 8ERVIOE OFFERED OUT OF rLORIDA.
m Leyden. CHICAGO, July 22.-Volunteers to the
MONTGOMERY, Ala., July 25.-Dr. H. number of 120, recruited in this city, NORTH, EAST, W EST.
B. Wilkerson of this city has been noti. have left for Jackson, Miss. They will t
O fled of his appointment as a surgeon in join the Third Mississippi volunteers in
IJY the United States army, and will sail, camp at that place. TEROUGH PULLXAN DRAWINGO 00K CARI, DINING CAR,
without delay, for Santiago, where he MORTON, Minn., July 24. While THOROUGHFARE COACOHI, VIETIBULED TRAINI.
will enter upon his duties. Dr. Wilker. bathing in the Minnesota river at this
s on isthesecond Montgomery physician place, Barbara and Iachael Galle, Mar. ,WASHINUTON AND SOUTHWESTERN LiI'IlTED."
Ran to receive such an appointment, Dr. R. tha Lorenz and Alvina Reis, all under ASINTON AND SOUTHWESTERN LnTED.
. N. Pitts having gone to the front some 20, have been drowned. rt, I1 Vei stli Drwla.R om 81otistull Cars betwoas Tampa and Now Tort,
weeks ago. DIUTCH FLAT, Ia., July 24.-Engine '
esull NORorLK, July 2I.-The mines in No. 993, on the o(mtbound extra, blew "UNITED STATES FAST MAIL"
s Hampton Roads are not to be removed up at the station here today, killing En- pullrna Drawtig-.loom Balss 1ls Ca rs between Joaksoatlls and New Tesf,
If to at present. The engineer officer of the gineer Tom Kelly, Fireman Terry o!
Mr. port has recommended to the depart- Sacramento and a coal passer, name un- Embracing Lynchburt, Charlottetvide.
id it& ment that they be allowed to remain, known. Washlngton. Baltimore and Philadelphia.
ed i It is pointed out that the swift tidal LONDON, Ju'y 22.-A dispatch from Puatnma DrawiaronMs ta I ut O o Mati Atlanta., chattanoosa sad
Wi' currents and great depth of the lower Madrid say i: The miiniiter of public Ctl laaiia. with sloe astoa for Loatisrte aid thl e NorthwIes
5 Chesapeake would render it next to im- instruction, Senor Gailazo, is authority Also Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
possible to replace them m case of and for the statement that peace, honorable
den attack, to the SpaLish army, will shortly be Cincinnati, via Columbia and Asheville, Through the
E CuMBERLAND, Md., July 24.- The concluded. "LAND OF THE SKY."
movement ianagurated by a massmeet. LONDON, July 20.-Admiral Thomas
ing at Cumberland, to purchase a testi.- leke Mamsie, known as the father of
monial with contributions to be made the British navy, is dead. He was born 1S61n0tlas o -rmets. schedultn sleptin er rtervstont teo., applyte
d by the people of Maryland for Commo. in IJW, entreed the navy in 1818 and t lNegItsaB N RAILWAT or it4 co.DettionS
dore Schley. is taking shape. It is now served at Navarino, Beyrout, Sidon and
913 believed that at least $25,000 will be Jean d'Acra ad in China and the Black L A, BIhIA, ilelda Pls Agi., Ill West Bay Streel, Jacksonville, Flia
ris raised with which a handsome country e#-. 1l I9. OULP. W. A. TURK. 8. H. HARDWIOEK
srr, eat will be bought, Commodore Schley NEW YOKx, July 24. The inde. IspM sa.1 On. Pa.e At AMaLt. Pas, Psa. A.l
nce to select the location. pendent Republican organization of the 61aSe, s WMIsuiates. b. Atlasn .
!%UA KEY WZar, July 21.-The British Thirty-fourth assembly district, this Il i. IBsgo
.uhi steanmer Newfoundland, oalded with city, has unanimously adopted resolu.
I.vs food supplies, was captured by the May. tions favoring the noriinaion of Theo-
e."' flower on Tuesday off Clenfutegos, into dore Roosevelt for governor of the state
At. which harbor she wasi heading. Two of New York. TL N G W A HT !
t' blank shots across her bows brought Nv.w YOrK, Jnly 21.-It is reported, Al tho...-
her to and the Mayflower put a prize says the Washington corrponldent of( I "'-
crew on board her and sent her into The Times, that Admiral Sampson will nritr V r,
Charlpeston, 8. 0. The Newfoundlamii be detached front tht connmaund at San- I 1I11 UluU UllQllIU L.UiLI
lelt Halifax, N. S.. on July 9. tiago and put in charge of the eastern 'RO:T i r., PALATKA, FLA.
squadron, leaving Commodore Watson FROVT a r PALATK A, FLA.
JA( KSON, Miss July 20 -The Capi o t ake h ing Comodore Watson Frst-clan ork guaranteed.
tal S ",hoe Sttre and "ts' Furiig SAN FHANtI'tO, July 22.-Ex.9ueenM Wirk i...e on short notice., t 1 st h a i ':-, 'Inrn.
(Otdl contipaty ,,f this city has ii,>di Lilioukalani, attended by her physician. no/ s '. s-'"'y
an atsignuteut 1it the Mer, hants' bank, Dr. English of Washington, and Mr. and I s i s. no
their largest creditors 'Iheassigan"ear Mrs. Helelake, has arrived from Wash. Pacath, l ,, ,,,ns s ........,
is of thu nature of a private sale and thi ington enrotute to Honolulu. The party Paa.....ka ,, l .... .o.o;,:-
prprietors refuse to divulge the tottal will luave oa the selio next Tuesday il r ti[ tiA.' i 'I
, amount of liailities. Thu sum is for the Hawaiianl Ilandsa (NIARG. S. & F. DEPOT.) eringi. i ,n h' .r tA It ni .n it w.l
hougIt to It about $15,000, with ]tl t.l.. yi s1 in)ki <.;1 ,,.k ," iled
thought to be a-f our t t000, with assets Bamouro, July 21.-Oongressman Wil. E. 0. EARLS &* CO., PNOPrniv'.TOs yourisongor .,,.is
or three-fourth of the amount lianm H. Flemting of Augusta, G(is., who "S PUT P OAK a A Other Ut4'sls| italhltras ienuloli, rr7''Ie
S BiRmtInGAx, Ala., July 25.-Assis. was operated on at tho Massachusetts by eWrfoot. errtn rd o loAd prayed In A slhorit,,rv -,tit ite ndnti.s,pj,ose iEl
S tant State Mie inspector C ulverhouse, b inspital latevening, was restiig corn. Orders ilefta' Ankerian & Stewart's hP lineitotonsu-he i imis.s,,nsiu. l(nitihelr >. ho-
=O llne tnti stO ly a ke nn1' in Isnt f |bil' (trieo-
who has been mak.llg a tour of the ln fortably today after a fairly good night, drag store., Gay Bros., and Weller fe voice, or ny d T
mines of the state says that never ie .nd there is strong hope of his recovery. o. t rooers, will receive prompt at. sta niTly awaken.netwinteatecirindlchiiianis.ver
fnre In Alahama's history have the Mr Flemaing rape to Boston Tueiday tentloi. fresh. Thorepitdumutoinareclesranti brilltnat.
* miin been su busy daring she sumie, to partiOipete in the congressional po-. Alsoi Trukding, FatnIture Movine BAR MA M V$r mIB *1m
months. He bel.esss that as the asulr ,'al inquiry now in progress here, when dBaggago Transfer. 'PhmIa, UIlI B (1huu 10 i[Ult iUI 8l0 up
n, thi year'sl nu(tout will ro rnperah' ae full ill. stuotnat tl nndw tlOsiamns of Bill, Tintln.,
beyond the t,000.000 ton mark and wit 8s, Looe July J l.-- k an s pk, L.AD IEa IS[ n S tmasi.*t.e a l4a^k risve tstts al.t4
even bresa s .)emr's big inrcrd. wanted h, Win hhslnton. D. 0, on o a or, x LI m hTas1ia Writsuei.
K.x.ViLLi,, July g4 -Ihe useruhant. bhare of murder, has been arrested as olm ia hnograph
of KRtille have won their fight to e Coiu.avlle, lila., by United State V SteIlPeylPiiOlk H 01 bIa13 Pihn00[apin LO1
care ihe ptronPre of the nrermasrte, niiarhalpB, who have been oa bil track ,.J A te e rlanl and oau
of the Bitth volunteer Infantry e1 .ver mince April 28, lart. It is charged C aS,0N5; ,',d l .* e DEPARTMENT 80.
cabast lure. i.. qurt.ernusrer an at hiniash, who .e a Mrpeater, robbed ......... uam.tesLssg 110 E. Baltimore St., Baltimor, Md.
noun-e thbir h I'as revlvhcd ordt nd thtan murdered Mr. and Mrs. Wil. ACKEIRMVAN &IrTEWART Ne w York, Paris. Chicgo,
from Wahnt n to purhMse his *u tam H. Blnck ls,. n elderly couple with tlk, Florida. LouI', Phlla Chllp ao,
o. ples. truui tue pen market, wh: whbom he was boauna lata, alorida. 81. Wsi. Phinuadelpha,
cmiani the trade wall come to the c. Paltmore, Wubi.too, Bufalo.
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THE TIMIS-HERALD, FRIDAY, JULY 29


Doctors Can1't List of Uncalled For Letters.
RioRmaiuiLg 11 the Postoffice.at Pa-
I tka, Fla for the week ending July
C ure I i 20, 18YS:
Cu re ble OENTS LIST,
Cotagous blood poison Isabsiolutel Aieandirta, Wince Isler, Henry 2
beyond the skill of the doctors. They Ilailhnau, Mike ,T.,uies, A it. agE
may dose a patient for years on theii IllN, Witrien Keller, A II
mercurial and potash remedies, but lie lini, H A Jeviner, H
will never be rid of the disease; on the ltudler, Mose McKay, J 11
other hand, his condition will krow, "hles, Sip lMlutre, Wmn
steadily worse. 8. 8. 8. Is the only eure lioihanniiii BrP) Mclutyre, Hill
for this terrible affliction, because it, iJ ('ole, Arihur Mu'ler. I) A
the only remedy which goes direct to ('Av, Willie Ullive, H Martin
the cause of the disease and forces it i'anitnbn, Hennie Olrgn, Arnun
from the system. IbiNi,,ti. (1 'Hgnn, Henry
IWas afflieted with Blood Polison, and the Duncanl, 11I J Payson', F lM
bt doctors did me no good, though l took I)iiliiter. IT I) 'Pwel. GeoI


their treatment fa"' a-
fully. In fact, I seemed
S to get worse aill theI
while. I took almost,
Severe so-Called blood
reiedy, but they didnol
eMem to ritch the jle
ease, and had no, &fec


a friend I then tool
8 S. 8., and bean tolnm
tprov. I continued th,
mediolne, ad it eared me completely. build
lal upmy health and Inrretig my appetitw
Although this we. ten years ago. I have vert
yet h4ei asig of the disease to return.
IW.R. NWMAN,.
Staunton, V.
It is like self-destruction to continue
to take potash and mercury; besides
totally destroying the diestion, they
dry up the marrow in the bones, pro.
ducking a stiffness and swelling of the
Joints, causing the hair to fall out, and
completely wrecking the system.


SS..STh.Blood
3s guaranteed Purely Vegetable, and is
the only blood remedy free from these
dangerous mineral.
Book on self-treatment Fent free by
Swift specific Company, Atlanta, (ia.


Pale People, Attention.

You Look Pale!
Eeel Tired ?
Got Spring Fever?
You Blood
Needs a Tonic.
Take a littlee 41
Quaker Remedy Co's

.....IRON PILLS....
Gives strength and tone ,n 'ipo entire
system, and makes rulidy checks a nd
rich, red blood.

100 Pills, 100 Doses,
FRICE FIFTY CENTS.
Costas little to give them a trial-why
not. All wiliing to test Its won-
derful merits. nmtiW' cll (on


ACKRMN & SIEWAT,
WAOLKEALE ANDRE tTAIL
Drugp. 8sd :, Paints and Wall Piper.


ROLLINS COLLEGE
STANDS FOR
THOROUGH EDUCATION,
PRACTICAL EDUCATION,
MODERN EDUCATION.
DEPARTMENTS:
Collktl, Prepatory, Commerciai.
Auk, Art, Normal.
Every emphasis is laid upon the instruo-
tion given. The profesors and instructors
are experts who ave held corresponding
o.tltons la the highest colleges in the
Beautiful Locatlon Healthful lurround-
ingp, Modrn Methodi Excellent Library
ine Gymnasium, Well-Furnished Rooms,
Termsaleaeonable. tsh student ligiven
a room to himself withuuiextra charge.
01G030G WAU, Proe.
For further information and Catalogues
apply to ijzU D IIUOT, Agat.
WieTZa PAK. FLA.

NOTION FOnt PUBLICATION.
L.AND UlrAI At llAIN.KVILLt, FLA.,
June 158, I
1N (IClE IS HMItEBY OGIVlO THAT THE
tilllowing nained settler has filed notice of
her leutioAo14 t Uk ftal |)r0il in lap|itr
of her claim, nml 'hat sa(I proof will he made
before Clerk Ciruut Court, at alatka& ,l., oin
JULV ;10, 1898,
viz: Lucy Brooks, witiw of Rolbe-t ,1. Brnoks,
leeased. of (r&ndin. ,lorita, Hd 1i4l, fur the
a '/ ofna w 'i,4 f sotton 18, in township 9 s of
ranta 4 e.
Shi names the following witnesses to prove her
continuous residence upon and cultivation of
aild land, vis: A. J.I'adgett.uf Itranuinl, t.;
C'harlelSmith, r.. oflGrandln. Fle.; John lire
low. of Orandiu, fi. ,acr Baker, of (Gran.
l. d W.. Re"vter
tulh.td

sOTrCE FOR PUBLICATION'
LaND orFFIs AT UAi.NEasVIULI. 'LA,
Julne 1,. 189. f
OJTICE 18 HEREBs "ilOVIN THAT T1'H
following, nauaei fettler Ihas fllei ntloe of
Intention to make final irontf In support of
his claim, anud tat mild iprrt will lie male beI-
fore Ileik. ircuidt I'ourt, Pilartki Flrltda. on
Angust 13. 1M. vis.
Lybran4 Miller, of Ban-erville. eia., Hd. Mill
for the ntg aa "cl. ea, tp Ns r 0 e.
ao nal th ms -raw witnesses to prove his
eoaUtlaoust r aiddoe Upo and culllvation of
said land. vli
J. T. Minton. 3annerville, Fla.
W. 5,il *"
H.. :.o 'rany. "
CA.A re 0.W..1oN.
SW.uly, OBI 1SOl,
July 1-.1 EIellS5.


FIuller, Paul 'Petllys, lien
Gririnirt, Sam Rider. J H
Groves, Henry Itedick, Wade
Green, Cupid Sminh, John
Garen, Tun Smith, Wm
Gardner, itrley Turner, Theodour
lit.l. W illie Will, IIeury
llewkon. J.hu Wnde. D W
Iliuk, linno Williams, Col
ltiuies, Daniel Wilbun, iB
LADIES' LIST.


AAh. S,,llle
Ituzzard .ilvy
Ilutes, Julia
Biougrier, Misses
Cinonm, N. rs W II
( hatinan, Alice
I)uucn, Maiv L
Green, Millie J 3
Graham), Agies
lleartley, Etfta
Heringlon, Sallie
Hawkins, Mary
IHaucock, Mary J
Tiamin, Massy
Jacobs, Luginia


McILo\er. Maudie
Mlaccey, Jane
Peace, Flora
'bihlps. Jennie
Peudleton. J M
Hideout. Manie
Sims, Loula
Steel, Leonla
Thompson, Eumnce
Taylor, MrsGeo G
Tavlor, Mrs L E
Willinti, Sarah
Walher, Mrs.
Western, Mattie


'ertorno,, calling for Ihe above letters
will Pliease aVy "ADVEIRTIIsDO." *
I). M. Kinity. P. M.
Buteken's Arn caSe re.
The Best Salve in thi world for Oats,
llrui-,s More,, Ulcern, Salt Rheunm,
Fever Sres, 'letter, Chapped Hands,
Chlilbllius, and all Skin Eruptions,
an1I potitely iurIIe Pills..or no pay re-
(il'ild. It i guailautiedi togive per-
fiet sattifac Ion or money refunded.
Pllii *255 cetis per box IFor sale by
Aoilerin in & Stewart.
Are You doing to the Coast?
Tlihoe of our readers ho 'lre expect
ing to spend a portiIn of the heated
iernm at the teaside will do well to in-
v'stigilae the advantages to he found at
Coronadn Becbh,opposite New irkama.
At Coronado the flest bass ibing in
the cotintrv will be found, bathing is
unexcelli d, and no prettier beach can
he found on the Atlantic coast. If you
anticipate going away ftom home
y,1u to write to W.,. Newell, proprietor
oif the Seasid Hotel, Coronado Berch,
f.11 full parliculars. Postoflce address,
New Smyrna, Fla. juStf

The more nrreful a mai is in buying,
the more skeptical be is in selecting hl
pants, the better we like it. lie wil;
theu more fully anpreciate the BUCK-
SKIN BREECHES. He'll see at's
glance how carefully Ihey are made.
When he puts his hends in the poerets
he'll find a printed guarantee which
save: "If no' as represented your
monev back. They couldn't he mowe-
they'll never he less."
No Epidemic.
Although )allow fever has thau early
made Its appearance at a few points in
the South. it does not full (w that the
dilseae wlil prevail generally. A little-
nommuon sense an 1 preparation in
elano.g up about the household and
extra care to maintain health In the
body, is all that Is r quir d to keep out
the disease. For oleamloing, strength.
nair g,aod regnlatlnglths system,Prlck-
iy Ash Bitters has an establislh.d repay
tatlon. It purlfles the bowels,strength.
,ns the kidneys and live. promoteadf-
geistion and healthy regularity through
out the body. Bold by Aekerman &
Stewart.


Tutt's Pills

CUre Al

Uver lk.


Arrest
disease by the timely use of
Tutt's Liver Pills, an old and
favorite remedy of increasing
popularity. Always cures
SICK HEADACHE,
sour stomach, malaria, indiges-
tion, torpid liver, constipation
and all bilious diseases.
TUTT'S Liver PILLS


COMMllNIO)


i UflT d ORLANDO CHOSEN.


I11UI.,


I


Out Among the Pines.
It has been Bsad that our country is
too yountgfurhitito v'. Anti it is tue
that th|e aire ma)n dlSimilarlties be-
tween the new and the old world. It
may be rightfully claimed that the old
world has been the seed-bed that nour-
ished Into being manu great events that
fuiished the worlu' history and liter-
staure. She hais been the scenes of
mighty throuesandclvilllz,lon, and her
mouldering tombstones point out the
resting places of their departed g:ory.
But America bus her shrinte over which
broods lie menimory of a mighty past,
and from whose hallowed silence comes
an inspiration t! at turetells a grader
future.
But, leaving the grander forms of our
national glory, we want to write bri( fly
of things that environ our city, and
whose rapidly developing wealth of
Geld and garden iust become tributary
to our future developainit.
A brief visit to flastitugs, eight miles
northetil of 1'alatka, reveals bow the
low lanili of Florida can be improved
and made to yield as bs.uitifully as the
far fimed lanud of thlle highly west. A
few yearly ago tile ,SHine s urrounding
this thiving village were thought to be
entirely worth'ess, except as a stock
range; bin by meaus of ducher th( sur.
f;ice water has disappeartd, biLtuauiul
honies O nlve beeii built, aluuy acres
brought into cultivation, ardi the result
hils Iw, iI bsifpl' iireltreious. Seven
thou-iin11il ht .ir ls of I isli pl.tates were
shiipped tfioii this l .oint this stasotn,
nletling th ll,'r owtrs over 14 011o, lie.
a les tl n.s iid tulons of vejettablsa and
berrie-. 'Il.se crops are b being citi
ceedeti by ci,'n ii(ris that ir nmise a
vield of forty bu4lte'i to the ncr, tand
sweet potatoes wordss wi oliut end."
Now, this ccintunity is 1not only self-
sustalinir, but is coinitanll -building uil
tn independency that Is counme'ndahle.
The writer was tltakeu ty Mr. J Mc-
CullouJh tlhrottih an elhtileen-iii;e
streitich f uninhabited pine torest. Ii
is the l.artldise oa the fox eqFiii-tel,I the
turkey, and the Florida deer. Riech-
Ilng E)patiola we were royal Iv eunter-
ainedl at hlie hositable houtte ,ol Air.
taUlleultll, au old settler and succucselui
fu'irer ot the east coast region. Mr.
Il{]lisiioin'S ex.i,rience ln FloIridia eit-
librace' f tt ilhat relate tou th earlier
aiys of the flowery state, and it is a
ineutal ifeat toI hear him ; ell of the
hunt, aitl milItoelhi of getting oil in tile
world il th ilt ilitnice of nioderni co n-
vemnteleles. HIS farm occuies tllhe
no)thi boundary line of lithe vil age of
Espanola, a place that must develop
into imnporance in the near future. Al
the c nditionsof a healthful growth ex.
ist here in wonderful abundance, and1
only waits the touch of the spirit of en-
terprise to make It bloom as the rose.
Two days spent in this vicinity im-
pressed me with the people of Eepanola.
They have carried into the changed
conditions the spirit of generosity that
always distinguishes the uunoble men and
women who have been reared amid
nature's gieat companions. Q.

How to Look Good.
eood looks are really more than skin
deep, depending oen'rely on a healthy
condition of all the vital organs. if
the liver la Inactive you, have a blllous
look, If your stomach is disordered,
you have a dyspep Ic look, If )our kid-
ne s are affected, you have a pinched
look, Secure good health, and you will
surtly have good looks. Electric Bit
terns isa good altcrative and tonis; aeot
directly on the stomach, livtr aind kid-
neys, purifies the blood, cures pimples,
IblotUbes and bolls, ead gives a goml
eooplexlon. Every bottle guaranteed.
Sold at the drug sore of Ackerman &
Stewart, 0e per bottle.


8kin D seases Cured.
For the eure of better, itch, eozema,
erylspela-. and all Irratilllty of the
skin, Dr. Edmoudson's Eczema Cure
Is the standard. Address Dr. Frank
1dmoneson, At'anta, Ga. Priee s0,
par bottle. mll-5in

Malarion with Malarlon Tablets guar
teed cure for chills, fever and ague,
money refunded. 50 centi. All
drugget..

Mdarion is devoideof bitter teele.
Cures chills and fever; acts on lih hlier
and regulate the lssystem generally. Al
druginMts.


A Wonderful Dsecovtry.
The last IIuarter of a ccrtiry records
many wotndl,.rfiil discoveries In incdicino,
hut none that hare ttom,lishedi more for
humanity thn ithasterlintg old household
remely, Hrowns' Iron Bitters. It seens to
:;ontatn the very elements of WynoM health.
and uesihyr man, woman or hild ccan take
It without deriving the grcllet lenrfit.
Browa' Iron Bitter iet dl by Ill dealers.

BUY FLAG ;an Bunuting foui
decoratlnr purposes trom
TImuS. E. BOND Co.

NO CURE-NO PAY
That In the wav all druggists sell
GROVE'8 TASTELEB S CHILL
TONIO for Cblls and Malaria. It ti
simply Iron and Quinine In a tasteless
form, Ohildren love it. Adults pr.-
far it to ]bitter nauseating 'tonics
Price, WOe. jun 8 ly
Notice to Tax Payers.
The city tax books for 1897 taxes will
be closed July 3stl, proximo, after
which date distress warrants will be
Issued for all unpaid taxes.
By order of the city council.
T. B. ANDERION,
City'lTax Collector.
Palatka, Ffa.. June 21, 1f98. td
Notice.
We, the undersigned. have severed
our connection with The Putnam Coun.
tvCommerclal and Investment Associa-
tion, and are nut responsible in whole
or in part for any liabilities contacted
by same. I. ,. PI'RCF.r.L,
B B. POsEY,
B. T. HOLMUr,
A. B. SIrICKLAN,
FSANCIDs MCMXEKIN9.
Palatka, Fla., June 2 c3, I06.-4w

The victory rests with America's
greatest medicine, Hood's marsparillta,
when it enters the battle against impure
blood.


State Democratic Convention to be
Held August 3rd.
Cull for a State Democratic Con-
vention at Orlando, Fla., Wednesda.',
August 3ld, 18118:
'*The Democratic party of the State
of Florida will hoid a State convention
at Orlando, Fla.,ou Wednesday, Aug-
ust 3, 11IS at 12 in., fur the following
purposes:
"To nominate the fullowiug.;caudi
dates, to-wit: Two Justices of the
Supreme Court, one for the full term
of six years, aud one to fill the unex-
pired term of Honu B. S. Liddon, re.
dsgued; a State Treasurer, to flit the
unexpired ternu; two,'Railroad Com-
misstoners. each for the term of four
years, and one Railroad Commissioner
for the term of two years, to be voted
for at the next regular State election:
uund to transact such other business
as may come before the convention.
-Thle diffuient counties iu the State
will seud delegates to the conVention
upon the following basis of representa-
tion: One delegate for each one i[un
dream votes fur the candidate on the
State ticket who received the highest
number of votes at the general election
of 18;, aud one a Iditiotal vote fur the
Iraction in excess thereof, when it
amoiutus to fifty or more."'
The counties unlder tins rule will be
entitled to representation as folow.s:
Alucluna, 11; Bradlord, 06; Baker, 2-
Brevard, 5: -, Calhoun, 1; ('itris. '2;
Clany, 4; Columbl)ia, ; Duade, 4; )v S'nto
6; Dural, 22; EE-rni lin 11; Fratikhiii,
2, Gadsden, 4; IHamilton, 4; Hernando,
2; lilllshini, 211; iihliues, 3; .Jackson 9);
Jefferson, 14; Lattivette, 3; Lake, 7;
Lee. 3; Leon, 14; Levy, 4: .ihertv, 1;
Manatee, 7: Mthlisoti. 7; Mariion, 1;.
Monrote, 4;: NasSiu. 4; Oreige, 10;
Oceola, 2; P'asc, 4: 'Polk, 8.; Pumitani 8;
St. Johns. 7; aunta usa, 5; Sumt'aer, 4;
Suwai)tet'. S; Talvior, 2; Volitmia, S;
Wakulla, 5; \\'altou, 4; WIashmligtonI,3.
The couliues will select their del-.
ltea in tiay nianmier wbich may be
deemed bhes byI tthI people. nerlin
through the pnrly oranitllizatilon, ita rec-
ognized Iv their lIt Stlle ctnvenltin.
All D)e"noc'nrat ar lviled to partlci-
pIate in the seleclitin (if idelegales Ifere-
to. inlcltlln)g l1. win hive e It ctinie
q(ualilietl to vote sinre- the Ilst cehc ion.
Thechairmni nail ecreiay i ota ch
county' convrii ion l t h l for I lip i.rpnio
(if electing idelegaiits ito li, S iltr c',n-
VCiuiton are rqiv es[teid lo I .,'l, ini. \V.
A, Rai,% ehlii in i, Ti T ,,ibasspe,
Fla., : ,l'.LAtell or plilut '.I ,"iv ulf thec
pructedinr f s 4 S ]itI ,te Iii\ iN CoM, ulChi'lsl
toge elih r vtllh a l ,L of lilt, i a11 it.i ui' tllU
county extecuilV e 00n1l|llttt. ltpoitiLcl,
dlcsiignatini therein thi chairnian natil
s, cretay of such committee.
W. A. JAWLS, Chaoirmiiani
J, C. Coolr. iI, Secreitry.


DR. P. KEENER,

Graduate Optician,
LEMON STREEr, PLATA, FLA.


What is better than
Good Eye-sight?
Now is the time to have your eyes
examine, and 'iasbes tltted. A delay
=aZY :::;;Q; :::->.


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Went on ,Crutches

Was a Sufferer from Rheum&a
tism for Years
Hood's Saresparil* Cured and
Made Him Feel Young.
"I have had rheumatism, off and on,
ever since I was discharged from thearmy
In 1886. Part of the time I went on
crutches, and a great deal of the time I
was obliged to use a cane. I had a
stomach trouble with the rheumatism,
and I spent a great deal of money for
medicines without permanent benefit.
They would give me rlli t fcfr a time b t.
the trouble would return. Six months
ago I began takin.; :. .o' Sarsaparilta,
and now I am so fr.-o from my ailments
that my neighbn" rs: I act more llke a
boy of 17 than a mm: 0 I cannot recom-
mend Hoout,4 a '--, i:i'.a to highly."
B.. Mn.T, ;, V W t, Florida.

Hoc S parilla
Is the best -1in tl i' (iii ieTr'ti H"lod Purifer.
All druggists. i; ax fur #,. Uet only Hood's.
blood's Pills ree, mild,effectie.
Hood All druggists. s cents.


lEG.I. AL)A I.ltTISEMENTS.

ADMINISTIATOR'M NOTICE.
,IX MONTHS AFTIlt DATR I WILL PRE-
SENTI' my iit accountss and vouchers, as
Adiinistratoir of the R tate if 'lhar'es morning ,
deceased., to the Countily Judie of 'utnaau Coun.-
ty. KIridla. and Ask ton iv ilmlharged from tlia
turll her' aidiuiistralion ofm ul.l eotat,'
E.1. 4CRILL.
Ailiiiiltlitlr.
feb 10, ''9-61ni. Culii testamneiti)annexo.

ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE.
SIX MOit.M AFTERHI ATI 'rI WILL PRESENT
iIV flil ai t a .. I111 iii Votuchers as adlniutli-
trtrix of ite tllr la (of Wmi. wpeck deceased, to
lihe'Ci, iity .Y I ] '1 if... Pi .tl.an t.tv. 'li rtl.a,
ail ask it; lie l.i.t argcil Irtoli thu l uriliert i d-
liinist atioitF t l f P;l o ,tae.
MAtRY JUbKPHINE SPELCK.
Ja 2-fmni Adlniilnstratrix.

SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE.
r Ntf nt AND n VIRITUB OF A DECHKi
.) f f freclhsiure antil ale rendsredi In the
Cirelit (mitrt of lths Fift ih JI.1ll, I Circult.
,i tihe stal it Florila, for I'utima (.l luity, ly
li Ili.,. W. A H4,.kr, .1hIIeI P ,tf als ('lirt
late the' iii lday o11 .u111', A. D. 1891. wherein
Hfilr) Strlint is c4'insliiiii, antd Willitam P.
House i1 defendant I will sell at public auc-
tii, for 'C:l. to lht4 li.hliW,' at.ld lb -t hiIl 'er. at
jLe fr.int door 4,1ol tie (Ciiuit Holu in iclatll i, In
atlil eill y iof I'loltti. 1i1 the
FITir MuNi)AY IN Al (.lST, A.). Ila 9,
tile sanle l in tle lt day !!of said otk
lurtlirnt l'l lia i itirio"f o Ar it- tint la Rli
,it Itt lulillwitl de ril i' i.i4. j i y to-
Wit:
'Ite tw' W.I' lOde, l I|||I.I | 11 hl t'rk laily-tltree
r t' w i i sl I' lt al, lek...ii ed ,t 1 it.estoro
rllil, a nil iieii oi lhoiie, alo thie pla nt atil ina-
cli l:,' rn y t h p r ,iin r 'itt'ioe<' |, rir i- t l l; rf e
I- ]r I r n ,l v .m ., lnjr, 'Ia-
l ,?ei.e h, 4.r 'ttI li r 4 4.h l ." idrel,
*i; ', ,h e Ili l ti trio |iilifv sl.l8itig ,und
b1eti.tg. bThr whole .t tithe alitr described per-
r e' P ,'y,'PIV l ili.ft: q a r",tnsil wr- yarl.
AIt. IIU .. all ll'oi r itlti itotrel.' Wi ton I, IIthl
l i,,, .'|i,,t l s (u i lI p- i "' ,111 W44 I { lliil4 'ir4 .
lyl 4w ', II IitRN. %lSecIli ta.ter.



RAY'S PLAGET


Wines, LiquorA


And Cigars.

Very Old Wines
A Specialty,

s tcI-al alttl:ii in 9k 11 tli the.filling of
1Tup andi Kize.,
We a s, liand'e the very
best of Case f;oodsi

IDAHO SALOON,
15 Lemon Street. Pxlatka, Fla.








. ,


THE TIMES-HERALD. JULY 29.


THE TIMES-HERALD
PUBLISHED FRIDAY.


CHAS. 8, KENDALL. Edihtr aid Prrfetor,

UUBSCRITION RATE -One Year. *1.00. lOx
months, 50 Cents. Three Months, 25 Cents.
Baboriptlons due in .uivanoe.

All sverttsinr bills twcome due pro rats
*ver month. Special srdsbort time payable
All .iJttsanei.* stul lhe ma'e by express,
m )noT nrter or ruwistered better .

DEnIOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.

For State Senator,
E. S. CRILL.
For the Legillature.
JOHN McALLISTER,
J. H. HARt.
For County Treasurer,
8. J. KENNERLY.
For Tax Collector,
F. C. BLANCHARD.
For Tax Ass asor,
GEO. F. BULLARD.
For Memuberd County School Board,
District l-E. W. J. PARRISH.
l)lstrier 2- (E(). E WELCHI,
District ;-H. .L FOWLER.
For Cotunty Surveyor.
P. 1). WATKINS.

SECOND CONURESS'N'L DISTRICT

'Fr Cougr. .
ROlikTW W. IAViS,
1it 1'iittuin Couitiy.

DON'T LIKE JOLLYING.

Sev,'ral of our republican friend,
took exception at a little friendly jolly-
ing given them by TiHE TIESiIIEI RA.L
last week in mentioning about the emn-
ty whisky flasks being found in and
around the court house bui'dnig aftre
the adjournment of the convention.
This we regret, as we had hoped that
the Republicans would take the joke in
the same friendly manner in which it
was given; but as it was taken as a slur
or fling at the party, we cannot mend
matters by offering an apology. We


KILLING THE NEORO VOTE. ,

Under the above caption, the Jack.
sanville Metropolis, speaking of the re.
cent act of the Supreme Court of the
United States, sums up the whole busi-
ness briefly as follows:
"The Supreme Court of the United
States has indicated how the negro vote
of the South can be gotten rid of with.
out tampering with the ballot box. It
was done last week by a decision lit a
case from Mississippi to test the new
election law of that state.
The law was enacted for the purpose
of 'suppressing' by legal methods the
illiterate negro vote of the btate, and
imposing among other qualifications a
rigid educational restriction. The re.
sult has been to disqualify the majority
of the negro voters of the state and as-
sure white supremacy in state and local
administrations. The Supreme Court
of the United States holds that as the
election law applies to illiterate whites
as well as to the ignorani colored voters ,
thlie restrictions imposed by the statue
are wi hlin the iviid of peurissible hac-
ion undiiler the limitations imposed byi
the Federal constitution.' Sinc, Mis,
tisippi rtvitsed its constitution anid en-
acteil a ntew election law, South iaroill-
nah lhia taken iiqually tflective inca sures
to re-trict the negro vote, and Louisit
ana will soon be in line.
"This decision is certainly a death
blow to republican supremacy in the
South, as the rauk and tile of that pitrty
is composed of colored men, many ol
wholm cantno' cumluplv with tilhe educa-
tioual requirements."

We have received a copy of the oill'
cial register of East Florida Seminary
for session 1897-'98, with announce-
ientsf or session 1898-'!*. Among
other improvements, we note that the
preparatory department has been dis-
continued, that additions have been


might say that we were sorry that we
made to the educational appllances~and
said it, but that would by no means re- made to the educationalapplia
lieve the fact that the bottles were really that the number of instructors has been
found there, for found they certainly Increased. The positions of honor and
usefulness filled by seminary eludents
were-that is no joke, but a solid fact- usefulness filled by seminary students
all over the state attest the thorough-
and being found at the time they were.
leaves no room for doubt in the minds ness ofthe work done in the academic
department, and the rosters of officers
of many as to where they came from. ,
in the First Florida Regiment United
However,be this as it may, THE TIME- n the First Florida Regiment United
S does not accuse the Republi- States Volunteers, and in the state
cans of emptying the bottles, but of troops, are convincing proof of the effi.

course we reserve the right to think as ciency of the military instuction. No
other school in Hlorida has an officer in
we please.
But are not our Republican friends the United States army detailed as com-
But are not our Republican friends
mandant.
just a little bit too sensitive ? Yea, are
they not selfish ? One of the most In-
fluential members of the party arose
during the convention,and among other good story comes to us by letter from
grave charges against the Democratic Cbickamauga. A negro officer passed
party said in the course of his speech a Georgia boy, who failed to salute him.
that "there is not an honest hair grow- "Hey,there," said the colored man with
log on the head of a Democrat." Was shoulder straps, "I am an officer; salute
not this a broad assertion? Was itnot me, sir." "No, siree," said the man
Sh bo a ro a from the Empire State. as he broke out
slanderous, vile, rotten, uncalled for, from the Empire State. as
in the sonu, "'All coons look alike tl,
and last, but by no means least, total in the son, "Ail coons look alike
untrue? me." This is another evidence of ttie
The Democrtic party in Putnam fact that it is impolitic to put troops of
both races together. The colored peo-
comnty alone contains some of the ver both ra toetr. The colored pe
best men in the nation, and if Demo-pie prefer being by themive as i
crats are altogether corrupt and dishon relieves them from givig and taking
eat, then this must be a wicked nation, insults. Inthlsrespectthegovernment
especially the Southern states, which, has made a mistake."
aside from the colored vote, is almostaato as to the .
So far no explanation as to the di,.
soli Democraic. crimtnatDon against southern iro,,p|
Now, if the Republican% expect the a s h iro, .
pressNowifthe epubtocan expect the being sent to Cuba has come from their
press and the i people to kee silent about war dparlment, says the Jacksnville
their actions, they must certainly put a Mtpl t s believed ny inv
bridle on the tongue of such speakers in that Secretary Alger is a better o.ii
their pirtv aq the one who made the
e clan than soldier, and has the interest.
remark alluded to above. of the Republicau party more at hear,
TnE TIMxs-B-lEALD is a Dmocratle
Than the trno.s of the esuith.
journal, and as such we prono.oe to print
Democratic doctrine. WhI'e we shall The Londn M veig
not "sling mud" in the general accep- ihe ILucIion asd fnd iteAti **co.upehtiii
station f the phra,, we will always be to acuowledo e the orr ecuves of l,-
found callingA* spade n spa*de and a
fhovel a h lina st..t ment" that war ships, armor, anis
sv jguns of the United States are superior
0AL Ii U C0 m A* hL Ito those of any other natiou-an im-
la s &W W Ya ~s Alfs B i pression that is rapilly valuing Around

of 4 l? lthe world over.


It is a sad commneutary upon the
Christian 'ivlization of the nineteenth
century that the loveliest, island in all
the oceans has been the theater of
"man's inhumanity to man" without
any formidable protest until now. On
earth there is no spot of equal dimen-
sioos which can contribute as much to
satisfy the physical wants of man as
Cuba. The island is about 700 miles
long, and from 20 to 135 miles wide,
with an area of about 42,000 square
miles. Only ten percent of the areas
under cultivation. The soil is fertile
and the climate equable.

Philip Walter, of Jacksonville, was
appointed Tuesday by Judge Locke as
bankrupt referee for the Jacksonville
district, whi h includes the counties of
Duval, Putniam, Baker, St. John, Clay,
Valusia. Brevard, and Dade. E. E.
Vovle, of Gainesville, was appointed
for Alachun, Marion, and Bradford
counties.

In the mast twelve months the people
of the United States have consumed
:1.423,(t04 barrels of beer. The stati--
tics shoaw that the per capital consump-
tion of this beyesage in this country is
increasing every year. It is estimated


that if tlit war continues a year the
brewers (if this country will pay the
treasury 8t0,(ttttO.

There were .165,00)O subscribers fo
the $2W (Ki ),000 loan and the amount
of their subscriptions was about $1,
:i,(ktO,(00,. No o've who subscribed
fo: over 8,000 will get a bond. All the
houas will go to those who subscribed
for small amounts, $3,000 or less,

Hamilton Jay says in the Jacksonvilll
Sunday Call: "Why Is It that no south
era soldiers are sent to the front ? Doe
the President think they wont light?
The experience of 18M1-65 should have
taught him better. "

The Atlanta Constitution is in trou
b!e, It says: "The war is developing
heroes so fast that before we discover
that we're third cousin to one, we are
brother-in-law to another."

The nqgro contingent of this country
represent about twelve per cent. of the
population. How great a smoke a little
fire kindleth.

Lee for Governor of Cuba.
Chicago Chronicle.
The demands of justice and the sen
timent of the American people will no
be satisfied a ith any proposition which
does not include the selection of Fitz-
hugh Lee as governor general of Cuba
The President will be made aware of
his mistake if he proceeds otherwise.
Travels of a Correspondent.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.,July 28,1898.-
Dear Editor: After quite a delay, wi
finally got started on Monday, the 18th
We spent three weeks on Drayton Isl
and and found the weather and accom-
modationsexceedingly enjoyable. The
breeze from Lake George seemed equa
to sll we could ilesire, aud Icouti easil
appreciate the feeling so often ex
pressed by your amiable and very abli
correspondent "Huntress," in admira
tion of her beautiful home. Our sym
pa'hies are with her in her great be
reavement. We hope circumstances
nimy not so chaune as to compel her to
lhave the lisllid, aud especially as to
di.c.)tilinue her correspondence.
Jby a little etffirt on the part of Capt
, Mauucy in telphoning, the Crescutn
was induced topiemain for us at Pulat
ks, bo we came down the river to
Jacksouvhile. We took care on the F.
2. & v. road for Chbattauoog. We
came on a through sleeper,which avoid
ed change at Everett.
Monday night was a hot night and
Tuesday a hut day. 4l was said to be
the buhoittest day of the season up to thai
uime. '1he dxuumfout on the sleeper
was beyota auythsini I had before ex.
petriced. L hbead a lady remark in
the morning that she did not bulwve
i here was a woman on the car that was
not car sick. Our car was ful. and
'even persons, ine.u4iug one lady, sat
up all uigut U luo e swuaiug room. We


arrived two hours late at Chaltenooga,,
and failed to make connection for Cin.
cinnati. This compelled us to wait till
9:15 p.m. Here I was reminded of the
old oong of Yankee Doodle:
"Father and I went down to camp,
'Long with Uncle Goodwin,'
And there we saw the soldier boys,
As thick as hasty pudding."
The soldier boys were here in crowds.
They were lively and happy, anxious to
get off to the war. What a meracful
providence it is that the spirit of camp
life takes away so much of the dread of
the future. We had a very pleasant
day at Chattanooga, forming acquaint-
auces with many persons who were on
their way to different points. I was
much Interested in a Confederate vet-
eran on his way to At'anta He sild
he was engaged in the truck business
in MleissilpDi. He made $2,000 on
strawberries this season, and had five
acres of canteloups which he was now
shipping at good profit. They start
their truck in the afternoon and the
next day It is in Chicago. Much better
than csn be done from Florida.
From Chattanooga to Chicago we had
a cool and pleasant trip. There had
been a great rain, and a great and sud-
den fall in the temperature in northeid
Ohio, Illinois, and Indiana. A storm
and hurricane occurred along the west
coast of Lake Michigan. Friends met
us in Chicago, where we stopped over
twenty-four hours. From there to this
place Tbursday night, was a pleasant
trip. troops along tihe whole journey
appeared to beg ood. In southern Ohio
there had been a drouth that had cut
short the srall grain.


TE EIC ENCE OF SYRUP OF FMS
is due not only to the originality and
simpUlcity of the combination, but also
to the care and kill with which It is
manufactured by scientific processes
known to the CALlirOniA Fia Srtnu
Co. only, and we wish to Impress upon
ail the Importance of purchasing the
true and original remedy. As the
genuine Syrup of Figs in manufactured
by the CALUFOnSLA Fie SYauP 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 CALI-
FORINIA Fie atup Co. with the medi-
cal profession, and the sataisfaction
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-
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nauseate. In order to get its beneficial
effects, please remember the name of
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r Business is very fine in this part of Registration Notice.
t the country, and plenty of work for The registration book (or Putnam
- wage e.ar'ers. From $2 50 to 83 per county will be open in my office at the
d day is offered for harvest hands to go court house, in Palatks, for the purpose
e into the north part of the state and the of relistratonn, on the following days
Dakotas. So many have enlisted for each week, Monday, Wednesday, and
the war that it is thought it will bedif- Friday. fro n ) o'clock a. m. to 12 m.,
fieult to get men to go iuto the woods and from 2 o'clock p. m. to 5 p. m.
next winter to cut logs for the lumber W. P. AND-rtso..
e business. I give you prices for feed: j i29 Registration Olflcer.
- Bran, 55 cents per 100 lbs. City Tax-Auesoea Notice.
Corn feed, W2 cents per b 100h In compliance with an ordinance ot
? Oats, 28 cents per bush.
Corn, 30 cents per bush. the City of Palatka, regultIng the as-
e Ground Fee, 70 cents per 100 Ib. sessment of property for city taxes for
N.W. the year 1898, notice is hereby given
the public that the assessment roll for
No Cause for Alarm, said year is now being compiled, and
9 Yellow fever cannot affect the body blanks upon which returns of all taxable
If the digestion, b!ood and bowels are property maybe made,will be furnished
healthy. Pat yourself In this condition to all persons applying for same to ane
e by taking Priekly Ash Bitters; It is at City Council Chumber, such returns
the greatest system cleanser and regu. to be handed in to the Assessor not later
lator on earth. Sold by Ackerman & than July 31, 1898.
V Btewart. T. B. ANIiRso0,
e Mother's Care. jy20 City Tax Assessor.
e Mrs. Renz, of Bridgeport, Fla,, who Skin eruptions will quickly disappear
is ntow located in Jacksonville, would following the use of Prickly Ash Bit,
like to care for one or two motherless terms, It purnfies the blood, strengthens
children. Will wive them the iest of digestion, and regulates the bowels.
care had a lovw ly home, at reasonable Sold by Ackerman & Stewart.
rates. Children must not be less than
t two years' old nor more than twelve. nsap Shots with a Graphophone.
Call on or write to Mrs. Julia Renz, The graphophone is to the ear what
S16007 Adams street, east Jacksonville, the photographic camera is to the eye,
. Florida. ju'y 29 tf and more, for the graphophone catches
For Fine Organdies, Dimities, a instantly and preserves every tint and
Lawns a Ne York pries. Dimities, and o shade of sound. A most interesting
THE 8. E. BOND Co. use of a graphophone is to make records
o ia S B B0 o of your friends' voices to be preserved
S Jacksonville uses tghty tons of ce for future use. You can catch the story
a of ice per day. of you jolly friend just as he tld It, or
A- re Y uee the favorite song of some loved one just
Weakness manifests itself in the In of as she san i t, and have It reproduced
ambition and chling bones. The blood is perfectly at any time, and as often as
e watery; the times are wastingr-the lor t yo please. Besides, the gaphophone
Sbeninopedned fordieasue. A hottleofBrwins' you please. Besides, the gyaphophone
Iron tterm taken in tione will restore your affords wonderful entertainment in the
Sstrenh, note your nerves, make your wayofre-producingthemusicofbands,
- blod rich and red. Do you more wod g s of bands,
thanexpensilvespecilelcourseofmleinoe,. orchestras, or vocal or instrumental
e Browns' Iron Bitten ic sold by all dealers. soolals. No Investment will return so
o Dull, Dull. much in pleasure as the purchase of a
Pali tka begins to show signs of rd- graphophone. It is the perfect talk:;C
summer dullness. Many things en- machine. Write for catalogue N;o. 30,
courage this dullness. Excessive hot to the Columbia Phonograph Company,
weather continues to prevail, a large 110 E. Baltimore st., Bal'imore, Md.
number of residents are awey,while the E. 0 EARLS & Co. will sell you a
gatherlo of troops in different pants of large load of Dry rine, Ahl or Oak
the slate naturally turn trade and travel Wood to any part of the city for $1.
in their direction. But the reflex wave When you need wood call up 'Phone 5
of business must strike Palatka this
fall. Make Men 8trnag
Dr. Edliondson's Pills of I1fe ye
a :to Take tore lot vitality, bulld up the entire
toy Tak lsyilen. and makemanl) men and wo.
Smanly women. 01 per box. Addree
i assy to Operate Dr. Frank Edmondion. Atlanta, Ga.
Are featurs pecuiNar to Hood's Pllls. Small Ntf I ty for Wimi

S os Pill remove all PuppretIois and Ir.
trscpslarilieh. $1 pe r b)ox. PorprticaE-
e0 address Dr. Frank Edmoadson,
S* n. ', y AtlatanGS,. am1-Sm

have taken pill till It Is all *
ever c... co. -| I nI..c. Tm
PIPretor. Lowell. M ass -
The only plis to take with Hoods' "srilla


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THE TIMES-HERALD, FRIDAY, JULY 29.


alid Ache?
Are your nervn weak?
Can't you sleep well? Pain
In your backP Lack energy?
Apetmi poor? Digestion
bP Bls or pimpleaP
These are sure signs of
polslening.
Prom what poisons?
From poisons that are al.
ways found In condfipated
bowels.
if the contents cf the
bowels are not removed from
the body each day, as nature
Intended, theae poisonous
substances are sure to be
absorbed into the blood, al-
ways causing suffering and
frequently causing severe
I disease.
There Is a common sense
cure.




AYER'S




PILLS

They daily insure an easy
and natural onovement of
the bowels.
You will find thattheuse of

[ Ager's

arsapartla
with the pills will hasten
recovery. It cleanses the
blood from all impurities and
is a great tonic to the nerves.
IwNO dm DOW ..
Our Medtealt Department has one
of thi most emoineit pihysTileii in
the a United Sttis. Tell the d,,rtur
1lUSt hw you str iflerlif. Yom
will receive the best nileos advice
withoutecost. Address
DR. J. K. AYER.
Lowell, Mia.




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Railroad Engineer
Testifies to Benefits Received From
Dr. Miles' Remedies.


jliERE Is nuo more respoulsible position
on earth than that ofarallroadengin"
cer. On his steady nerve, clear brain,
tr;ht eye and perfect self command, de-
reii the safety of the train and the lives
ut its pnsstnges. Dr. Miles' Nervlne and
other remedies are especially adapted to
keeping the nerves steady, the brain clear
and the mental facultle unimpailred.
Engineer F. W. McCoy, formerly of 1*I
Broadway, Council Bluffs, but now residing
at l Humboldt St., Denver, writes that be
S"suffered for years from contlipation, caus-
lig slek, nervous and bilous headaches and
was fully restored to health by Dr. Miles'
Nerve & Liver Pills. I heartily recommend
Dr. Miles' Remedles."
Dr. Mles' hRemedles
are sold by all drug- MI
gits under a po etU i
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benae or money mi-
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erves fre. Address,
K.. MILMA MIDICAL 00.. Bkbai s la.


CHARGE AT SAN JUAN.

How General Worth Led the.
Desperate Charge.

IMPOSSIBLE TO BESTRAIN TEE MEN

Eli Orderly, Corporal Keller. Who Was
Hit While Bedlng Over Him and Was
Cairred Of the iiold With Hit, Telts
the Story General Worth Has Two
Bullet Hotes In i Chbest, and Btl
might Arm Is Fraetred--'ine Work by
Oar Enlisted men.
Lieutenant Colonel William S. Worth,
Thirteenth United States infantry, with
four bullet holes in his body, proofs of
the efficiency of Spanish riflemen and
sufficient enough recommendation for
his promotion to be a brigadier general
of volunteers, which he recently receiv-
ed from the president, arrived at his
home on Governors island the other at t-
ernoon. Although wounded four times
at the charge up San Junn hill, Colonel
Worth reached Governors island in
fairly good condition, and his doctor
says that, with ordinary prudence, he
will be up and about in a month,
Colonel Worth, accompanied by his
orderly, Corporal John Keller, Thir-
teenth infantry, left Siboney on the
City of Waelhiitgtotin lst Tuesday, July
12, was landed at Fort Monroe, taken
to lnitiimore by Loait and came to Neow
York by the 13:dtinmore and Ohio. On
the arrival of the train lie was itet by
his wife, his sister and his sister-i.-
law, Mrs. Cottiu, the wife of Captain
Williami H. Cuohin, Fifth artillery,
whose battery is now at Tuinpa, await-
ing orders to go to Porto Rico.
Colonel Worth is not above 5 feet 0,
aud, weighing iu good health not more
than 1l30 pounds, looked very much
tbihiner and wcalc'r than when be
marched away froimn governors s island
at the bead (f three companies of his
regiment one morning in the latter part
of April. His right arin was in a slitig
and he walked with some difficultyv.
The soldiers at the island saluted him
with the left hand, that the colonel
might return the salute in kind.
When he got home, his nephew and
family physician. Dr. Sprague of New
York city, imade a careful examination
of his wounudi and general condition,
anid then ordered his patient to bed, di-
recting him to see ui one but the -mem-
bers of his fiiily for a week ut least.
Colonel Wortlh objected, but obeyed.
From members of the family a reporter
learned something about Colonel
Worth's wounds and how he got them.
Shortly aftir 4 o'clock on the after-
noon of July 1, El Cancy having been
take in the morning, the Thirteenth,
Sixteenth, Twiiuty-ecoind and Twenty-
fourth intfantry itand the Third and Sixth
cn. '. (dismiunted), with the rough
.idr tandi th, Seventh, Ninth and
Tenth infantry held in reserve, were or.
dered to att(iik "UWl Juino bill and cap-
ture the 11 1-lihorme onIL thse ummlt.
Colonel WOirlh, when the attack was
ordered, conaiianded it brigade BSoon
after tbI battle egat ('nolniel Charles
A. Wikoff, Twenty secotndl infantry,
camine on the fleld. .He ranked Colonel
Worth und took comnviand, and Colonel
Worth resuolAd command of his regi-
Ilent, Colouni 1 ith, commanding the
Thirtewuth, not being present.
In Less thi:ti ten ninures afttr Colonel
Wikoffil Ld come ou the fluid he was
killedL Theln Coloun 1 Worthl resumed
command of the brigade, only to be
wounded h:;:;celf aud succeeded by
Lieutenant Colonel minerson L. Kis-
cum, who was also wounded. The comn-
nanud of the Thirteenth was taken by
,Major Philip II. Ellis. He was wound-
edi and whose succeeded tby Captain James
Fornance, wiv was llith in a few min-
utos after taking comniand. Captain
Harry UG Caivnaugh then commanded
the rugiitit Cavenrugh was wounded
iun thie grOin 1i the assault.
(.'oluiiel Worth was wunnlded twice
in the right artu early in the engage.
tinlit. Ons bullet pierced the irin just
above the elbow a l tho either just be.
low tbo siier lihr. Ho clutched his sword
in iss left hand and led his men to the
f'eshb .ttak. shortlyy after this Mauser
bullets struck Coluonel Worth in the
right and lett breast. The bullets weut
clean through the body, leaving tlh
colonel all in it heap and unconscious
on the field. Keller saw him full and
ran to his assistance. Colonel Worth
didn't know what had happened until
Keller Lrought him around and told
him. While the orderly was bending
over his chief a piece of shell struck the
orderly in the back, right on top of the
cartridge belt, and gouged out a hand.
ftnl of flesh, Keller stuck by hia colonel,
and after awhile the two were carried
off thie field together.
"The best thing that can be said
about the fight," said Keller to the re.-
porter, "is that it wasa hot time. I've
sen some coldiering, but I never knew
the bullet. to come from all directions
at once and come aso tast as they did go-
ing up that bill. If you've ever been
out In a hailstorm when it didn't do a
thing but bail, you can get aome notion
of how the bullets came at San Juan.
\ There were Smaniards in front of ua. be.-


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it up and told n i to come on. I.u'ally,
about half way up the bill, he got two
Managers in his chest. That knocked him
clean out. I saw him fall and went over
to him. Hoe didn't know me at first, but
Duinally he name to. He looked dazed for
a minute, then he said: 'Keller, just
keep me on my feet. I'm behind the
line.'
"Of course, he couldn't fight any
more. He had lost so much blood al-
ready from the wounds in his arm that
he was very weak. We just staid there,
and by and by the colonel was carried
to the rear. Then we were both put in
a wagon and carted over a rough road
to Siboney. We got the best attention
they could give us, but we bad to lie in
water a couple of days. Finally we
were told a steamer was waiting to take
us home, and here we are.
"What about me? Oh, I'm all right
-a little uncomfortable in my back, but
that's nothing. The piece of shell that
struck me bit my cartridge belt and
drove the cartridges against rmy buck-
boue. It felt as if I'd had atin electric
shock. It stunned me for a itinuti andI
when I c'ame to I thought needles were
pricking ite anil over. But I'mi all
right."
Notwithstanding Keller's statement
of his own condition, Dr. Sprague, who
examined him after attending to Colo-
nel Worth, ordered him to the hospital.
He obeyed orders, but he did it under
the most vigorous protest. Colonel
Worth told his sister, Mips Worth, dur-
ing the afternoon, that the coniluct of
the troops at Sun .Tuan was Inagnificeut.
He said that it was utterly impossible
to restrain them. "Why!" said he,
"Talk about leading the I An otticer
had to be a sprinter to keep up with
them."
He added that in all hIis experistice
during tho civil war, when be was an
officer in the Eighth infantry, andil in
all his servico in Indian fighting, lie
never saw such magnificent bravery as
the enlisted men displayed at San Juan


hind us. oiln ill sti's oi us and in tie hill.-New xorK Sun.
tree tops above us, And it's an awful A Resolution of the Amnerican People.
ilstako to inflgiLIe l ey cu't shoot. 1 ,,
don't know houw they aro afloat, but The Ahemerican people have resolved
they can shoot like the devil on laud or that henceforth Spanish oppression shal l
up a tree. be confined to Spaunirds, and nothing
"But, to have in the wide world will swer"e them
Butseen m say, yo jut ought o hav one hairbreadth from that most just
oen my little coloneI About all you and necessary conclusion. -New Or-
could see of himi was his little goatee, leans Ti cs-De onion.-New r
sticking right out straight, a little gray
hair under his cainiltigu hat und the No Call For Musie.
flash ot his sword, lie headed the pro. Possibly there may be a concert of
cession as long as he could, and, I tell European powers after the Spanish-
you, it was aatnzingly pleasant to hear Amerivan war is over, but hardly be-
him say every now and the: 'Just keep fore. There is no call for music as yet.
steady now, boys! Shoot when you se -New York Mail and Express.
something to shoot at, and shoot quickly
We'll teach those fellows a thing or Cuban Hammock Sonag.
two about this game they don't know, Seeo s Nortly swaying
and fve'll be up in that blociM it, 'Neath the lhady trees,
minute.'T "" LivMwsv' save ui playing
minute.IIn th, o1unth, |reeze.
"That kind of talk makes a fellow Cuba, chstia lirel
feel full of' ginger itnd tip tlg ihttiit for Thit'n the sion we ing
a wi i And tle ti lolel wias right. We Whilte lthe olin iu i le t n'u ind go
and sthe it Aae:'t a softly blow.
did tlhow 'tiu a flw things they didn't Cuoln, tOutn llbr
hoow anythlinag aboot. Whiu we started inglllug as we awing.
up that hill, the first thing we struck Bhoai us, thi II leasant,
was a barbud wire feuce. But it wasn't ieithilir thought nor caretl
built as a white man builds i fence. Let's enjoy the preawnt
The strands were so eloli-e together that In the drowsy asir.
Yanks can do the eoepiOng
we had to pry 'e m pItlWear 'em bains awa Ty5
gers before we could use the wire it- We prefer our napping
ter. While we cut wires, the Spant- Threugh the dtrowy day.
Cuba, Cula librel
iards pumped lead into us. That's the song we sing.
"After getting through the first fetce tina while we swing in line
we suggested to the Cubans that, since ankeo rtllons--they re afinl
it was largely their funeral. anyway, iLaie, Cuba sihlM
they might as well dance on ahead and --Cleveland Plain Dw a.
cut wires. They evidently preferred to
be mourners, though, for we could al-
ways see 'c when we had tino to look There is no
back. When we found they wouldn't gsi m There 9s no
ahead, we did our ow-n wire cutting. It i word so full
seemed to means if there wits one of tho|e | E n of meaning
darned fences about every ten feet. We and a ut which such tender and
got through 'oimm .: ;.chtow, and woe ild holy recollections cluster as that
wanted steadily in open order, firing ai of MOTHER s e who watched
we went It wias fire and advance; fir' 1 orHER"-she who watched
and advauue. And we (lid it just, li Dver our helpless infancy and gui6-
pieaes of iaihi;tery, o::ly the way th.e ad our first tottering step. Yet
riels of our boys niilwpe I wats a caution the life of every Expectant Moth-
"When we once got iintol thit swin.o er is beset with danger and all cf
of being soldiers and tidtker iat thi fort should be made to avoid it
Sntrie tinie wio .aiihd ihlieut! The Thir .. so assists nature
teenth, being in thie ceOuter. eirneid ti UO Q in thechangetak
get the worst dw;e, but It was IaI l Uiil 0 ing place that
enough for everybody. It wits mighty the Expectant
fences while the tr shook ol bulbb* I ll Mo th er is ena
on us, but that was the game wo weri i I bled to look for-
up against, and tore was nothing t, ward without
do but take our medicine. After what I dread, suffering or gloomy foic-
seemed about a lifetime we clambered I bodings, to the hour when she
over the top of the hill and rallied experiences the joy of Molberhood.
round the blockhouse, cheered tile flag Its use insures safety to the lives
that somebody was waving, and thai of both Mother and Child, and sh,
job was i(one. andoS,'
"When we caught our breath and is found stronger after than befoni
bad time to shake all around, some of confinement-in short, it "make-
the boys looked for' comrades they Childbirth natural and easy," a.
couldn't find. San Juan was their last so many have said. Do nt bt.
fight, and they're laid away now on the persuaded to use anything bu:
slope of the hill, under the trees that
shot them full of holes. The Spaniards U11
that wouldn't get down the other side
of the hill fast enough staid with to,
and I guess they were glpd they did.
They got something to eat and were My wife suffered more in ten mln-
treated kindly, at which they seemed to utes with either of her other two obil-
be amamed. About all they could may dram thin she did altogther with bey,
wiai 'You didn't stop coming on at all, last, b having previousrly used fourb at-
so of course we had to get out,' at leMt bl f in tMother's o ne epeetl to bo-
that's what the Cubans said they said. bleng tom e a oe expet to .o-
The colonel got it in the right arm a Honme Ma OT DALe Ca elalaste.
oouple of times early in the ight. At
the first shot he dropped his sword, but
he never even stopped running. He Just d u t or o t? m
poked it up with his left hand. stock sa albie learum (or aNSl M m
tha i-sMdl issldts Cs, hbmht Sl


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:lid sickly and its food does
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twenty, drops of Scott's
-; ..alion in its bottle three
-tour times a day and you
*:. sec a marked change.
\ve have had abundant
tf that they will thrive
,nTi emulsion when other
j a, l.ils to nourish them.
is the samne with larger
cn that are delicate.
F' Emulsion seems to be
cement lacking in their
Do not fail to try it if
children do not thrive.
is useful for them in
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JULY 29.


COUNTY COMMISSIONER." *-

Sproceedings of the July 'neeting
of the Board. -
The honorable board of- Countly
Commissionersmetb in regular session
Tuesday, July 5ilthi, 1SU l'rentu
8. J. Kennerlv, chairman; W. *I"
Cook, Aaron Varnes, John Hancock
and Joseph Price, clerk.
Minutes of last nieeting read and ap,
proved. e
Peltion tread asking that Mollie
Gale be piil on paultr List. ,1ftt' con-
sideralion. ordered that hht.be put on
list ulat 2 ZO per m n nth, inyahik to tIer-
self, unill further action of Board.
Petition read sAi.nd by 27 voters aik-
ing that a new voting preii'Luct be e.ttab-
diebcd at lollister. lUpon ekamiinAtion
of the law it was found that the pett
tion could nut be acted upon, the law
plovilijog for the cstablishntment of new
precincts requires the petition to' b li
presented lit a meeting before ihi
mouth of July, The petit on should
be presented at the Jung meeting of
the Board.
1'elition iren, asking that .Tenunia
Casou be Ipacod upon ouulier list. ):-
dered that ,he betilaced upon li t uf
$2.0 iper mntolh, i)ayiihl to John Halu-
cock.
Communitcalion rend from G. F. Bul-.
lard, tax ascss ir, relative to a rebate
of taxes asked for by John D. Tceter,
in which he recommended that no re-
bate be allowed.
Ordered th:i all bills for but ial of
'co.lo'eil rnilm kll!i' t )y J., T. & K. W.
Ry., 1e paiid. Clerk ititiucled to draw
warrants for same.
W. VP. Aderson presented his bond
its registration ollicer In the sum of
$,X0) with M. W. Stewart and E. S.
C(ri, ai suietles. Approved.
A. W. Craig presented Ins bond as
notarvy public the sutm of OO, with
W. A. V oilclih and Fiank Mcltle as
PurFties. Approved.
Following rifle .honds approved:
11, II. Rst, sureties. Geo. '. Rast,
W. C. Townsend; W. F. Ambrose,
fureties, 11. C. Howell, J. N. Black
well: J. M, Hlodgis, sureties, Joseph
'rice, F. C. Biltanchard.
I'etition read fromi Mrs. 0. A, Me-
IAv(d, asking for rebate on hbe tax.
After investigation, ordered that rebate
he allowed her 6n a value of i00, the
county's part, amounting to 83, cent,.
Warrant to be drawn next month.
Commissioner Jerkins reported on
the matter of foot bridge near J. P.
Gralnver's place. Referred back to
petitioner with suggestion that same
le .presented to school board, this
board finding it to be a laudable pur-
pose, but not having the power to act
thereon.
Perry Hanedck and A. Putnam wert
appointed a committee on building a
1' .'. scr,'s Rice Creek, as to specifl-
atious, Costal and let, and present same
at next meeting.
Bid ot A H. Green for keeping Rice
Creek ferry was laid on table.
County Treasurer J. C. Vertreea
made his report of warrants cancelled
for the month of June which was
examined, found correct and ordered
filed.
Also his report of funds on hand
June let, 1808, as follows:


(len. Rev. Fund .... ............. ,2 1 1 t
Itoad ....................... 1,493 e
Bridge ....... .. .......
School ...................... II
Fine aid Forfeiture ... .......... .. 00

T John W. Hagan, Sheriff,made his re-
T* port o t files and forfeitures collected
county lvorJone, 1898, $71.40.
best men in collector Blanchard made his report
crata are altowetoneys collected for June as
eat, then this tmUi'1
especially the Sout'............2. 300
asIde from the colored v ." -'" ."" _'._
solidly Democratic. iCoxe made his report
Now, if the Republicat the Collector for 11-
press and the I people 0to ke*e
their actions, they must ce
bridle on the tongue of suiP H aven.
their pirts as the one wh, _____
remark alluded to above. "
TitU TIXES-HBEALD I s a Democratis -
journal, and as such we prnpoie to print
Democratic doctrine. While we shall Th -
not "elln mud" in the general accep- tho
tatlon of the pIMra., we will always be t
found callint n sp Adei a spade and a alI
shovel a shovel.un
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Board of Public In
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The followimgcphoi sub districts pre.
seed Ibheir itemized statement for the
nmounts for which they tnk to- lie as
ses.dtl :
I)strict No. 47, Francis, :1 mnil'.
District No. 49, Ioavona. 2 mills.
Putuam county sliool board asked
for an assessment of 4j mills on taxable
property of Putnam county fur school
purposes.
County Tax-Assesnor Bullard being
present with the tax roll for 1898, an-
nounced that said roll was ready tor the
Boa.;d 0o eq'itizo, which they proceed-


ed to do
TheU .Jord levied the Icllowing sums
for county purposes for 1S98:
State levy. 41 mills.
School. 4` mills.
General revenue, 2 mil.s.
Load fund, mill.
Bridge fund, nlull.
Fines anud forfeiture fundI, 1 mill
Total assessment on the dollar. 1:3
iills which the assesso- was authorized
to assess upon the tax roll of 1898, and
the collector to collect the same.
The Board further ordered the a-sess.
meut and collection of the special school
tax asked for by sub districts 47 and 49.
Petition for a road from Francis to
Palatka was read and laid over to next
imteeling. *
A warrant was ordered drawn in fa-
vor of Geo. f ulat as part payment
un commission on 1895 tax roll.
Chairman Kennerly and Joseph Price
were appointed a oommhitee to revise
the registration lit relative to saloon
districts, as required by law.
On motion, the Board will hear com-
plain to as to eassments, ift there are
any, at Its Aiugust meeting.
The following bills were then exam.
mted, found correct, and the Clerk in-
ati ucted to draw warrant for same:
6 J Kesseif, l day Cmamlsoane ....r,. 8 12
W H Cook, Idayoobm.0 ei.ml........ 2
AM V & 1 00dcom 1as m......... o5
JohnBHs= ldatycookL somilS.. 4M
II.RJkefs,.'oe om.n net & mfiueo 00
Joabs Hasitek or pMps KdlM
an or ................................ .. o
nrs, Qudk. tor pauper MU........... ..
O epraae, or paupon abuzr and
.. .. ............... 0
S VUnid. for pauper Patrick........ Jo
a q or, psamperLuapitla.........380

S neaM. forpauper n............. 11
l. ...0....
P, W l fur pauper Howard......
D K P'aock, for paupen Walker ie
O a re ................... .......
toseph 'toe, tar eane Lorni.......a 50
Rl Iey',paueMreel,. .................. Seo
AMP dgett.furpauper Ibley .......... 10
iW Wra, tor pauperintr k ...... ... .. 00
S. IL Jerkln for pauper Oall:. tan... 2 0
t W Ralph, for paurreIsAdwoulad Via, 5 m
Morgan Iolinnou, rur p iuper Harvey.. 0
ri Turimr for pauper M elon .......... 2 0
John W.'agn, pauner rfitafln.......... 2W
L. J.talpaW. r rprook ............ 2 50
Josephi rie, clrk and auditor .........37 M
I tI Pra l. J .nltor, ......... ........... 20 00
iPlant Sysmin, rent of armory. ............ 25 71'
F C Hioearuhlt., coin for June.............. 7
J C Vertreee, TresMurTer cowJUl ... ... 26 06
t R Road Co, supplies for Jail...I....... 4 09
K. C.: Kely & Lo..work atjail........... 1 26.
A. 1'. DcWolf, rebateontax.l7IS ..... 1 5
S. tH.Jetklns,"aountpaid to partdawlu .w
expended m me at buraitg votin .
ioth In ecllt IS .3........... 5
W. J. Bryan,. road work,IXlt. Noi. 4....., is j
JI. Burtz. printing for court houseM ......
Ciarenie ller, bridge work ...... 35
\aron Varnes, ibrlidoworkf............ II iA
J..1. Wlliins., muMer ir road. Dist .. 4 47
I). Hanoock 3.. 8 00
Jlio W ina,ahrlt,.(ardling
priso ers .. ;. ... ........ ........ a Xt
li4u W.Ham, *x. IAfteItT. W I 0t i7
M.1. Coxet county JuIge, inWeY oom.;. 2 00
A. M.es. d corur.TWright ........ 200
'. 1. Rowtou, nwlt ............. 1 00
L C. How ll ......... I 00
I W Haca, work at souro house .......... W
I WlIkinatcn, work BI CloCtrok erry... 1000
leo. W. HMrion, road work lMDt. I ....... 5
Kenerly ardwar Co.,Bawrial for brg i12 0
'. Wast.iVldp work...:............. at
Mullie Ia. pa.ier slf .............. 2 0
mI W= ea, cari for injured m ..... I
n. C. anow *t oo.aa furmankllled. '
I. J.e.rk.l, lrd work ........... 00
leuV r flutI.l asser,ipshamat Oa
'lX K owl w .. ..5.... ...... I
,isolaIml ",. .. ..


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Ilft Merton l I
,I tnter "
. 11 llati'ng .......... I ( l
'' ,1 I n e I ... ...... i
T l)!tI frui rti .............. ...... i
I (;rounm. ... .. ...... .
A W trange .... .
W alter r,, i .... ..... .. .
I'hai. M cl.artv ................ Ni
M I (o)xe, exi;. justice court ......... 3 3
C I Rowtou .... ..... 11 07
1. Falk li ror ............... ... l
.1 H Iaughlon ....... 50
(1 co W eller .. ...... .. ... ...
I W Carman .... ... ... ......
lei) L l oxx ,, .................... 51
I IL.Lumit kli.i .. ................... .
(ynn Floyd witues"....... ....... W)
A W Va uighan .1............... 50
an n .... ... ........
II C l ....... 0
Andrew Johli.on ...... ............ 50 I
W J aiiilers ................ 0
C H W i tg ............. 50
B Iluwle I ............ 50
.cy hBooker .............. 51
H C I l.inl, ........ ... )
Joseplline lIuitiherfird ......... ..... i
Lucy Bijiker .................... 0
Ire1 e Davis ................. N0
E S Green 1 ................ 0
P R llahardo n5 ......................
Bllss ' J. W. Hagan, ex. crlniunal vses .......s 11
J W Hagan, ibulirnf at Jail e duy.......... s7 5,4
el4 r llownlng, utie ote ............. I 90
R H Brownilng, contable'sa et ............ 4 Oil00
Iim M ance, witneoa....................... 60
It H Brownini .. .......... ......... 50
J W Hagan, ier, fred bi ............ 80
There boing no further husin"as, the I
Board adjourned to meet at its next
regular meeting, unless sooner called
by the chairman.
JosEPlH PRIiCE, Clerk.

Prof. T. W. Ralph has returned from


his trip to Washington, D. C.
John Ringham, one of the First Flo
Ida boys, is here on a short visit to h
parents.
The latest war news is the effect th
Spain has asked the United States aup
what terms peace can be obtalnea. Th
Freneh 'ambassador at Washlngtlo
the medium of communication. Ja
now much the Spanish Government
willing to concede will not be know
until President McKlnley make know
the demands of thia govenametL I
the mean time there will be do let up l
the mfiltary movements now on foot.
ftvo Your noiey.
We Invite the attention of out' eq
tomers or persons wishing to Msl
money IDn Dry Goods, Shoes and Gent
Furathling Goods to visit our store
A pleasure to shpw you our good*.,.
THE S. E. BosU Co.
If you suffer from sores, bolls, pim
ples, or if your. nerves are weab an
your system run down, you should tak
eood's barsaparilla. *
HomeespUn and Grass Linen Skirt
ings marked down.
THE S. E. BOND Co.
33 yards Yellow Homeepun for $1, ai
Ji 81ml THn lAfk itT STORE.
New Superintend-ut for 0. S. & P
The Georgia Southern and Florld
Railway has selected aa it. new super
intendout 0. 4. Grad. who acceed
Jeff Lane, deceased.
Mr. Grady is aun old employee of the
roa4d,and thoroughly understands every
detail of the business. He bpgany eri
with the company as a section miutrl
and bas steadily climbed up the ladde
of promotion to the poeitton 6 pener
supeAntndent. .
'*Iy Ihe way, the G. 6,& F. omcile
ire lbout as lever a at olfgedtleaig
mi weavievermet. '
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Meal *'" Paper Bags,

Griis, Building Materi

Papers, ,4 Orange Boxesk"

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and Sale Staboles. Waon Repositoryf
Standard OiLComnpa, ..
Walter A. Wood's .Mewir r Reaping Mahitne
PALATKA, FLORICA.


WALTER OMAS,
...WHOL8A. AND S2T A Ix......

Groceries, COockery; ia,a

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MILLI NER Y .

Stamped Goods, *.

Embroidery Silks, .

Ladies Shirt Waists,

Dress Ski#1t5


Men's Furnishings,

pryGoods and Notions. Shoes and Hoslery. i
R.& 0. Corsets, Parasols and Umbrellas,

Men's and Boys' Hats, .


Boys' Waists and Pahtsa.


THE C.B. ROGERS CO., '
is IMPTEr A WHOLESALE ROCERS.

l Provisions, GIin, Hay, Flour, Meal, Grits, 'Etc.

e e geafts or OUR BUSINESS CONFNEDft
l"aIr C"J THE TRADE ONLY, ORD*
loe i-tr .FROM CUNSUMIRS NEItl4B
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of berlipnSe lohi abroI a tiuijlpH bea IrIO A TI Uh ,
*Wurpri etVtm pa*epi To the hu- .T think about It I. eas' U 1
It .ithyl i ,Hth-li. cmplnt ta tho t eo" w*ho th ughlf uI tIntsnf
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numerous Aid ha t eaa toS l.. be reduced and retained with
t a I M er l blherab wer, rdinE to itM own poeui ad t
t tat nmv ,9lw lr Muy jif' hI r et i r P n fl ye IMs lcf l *x.prl|ox n Mu
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* th Mualady arweaft roaosatorgy I alr be "adtohAt;hue
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