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: August 5, 1898
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 1, 1893.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -67th year (Sept. 18, 1936).
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 1, no. 37 (Feb. 16, 1894).
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Preceded by: Palatka weekly times
Preceded by: Palatka herald
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BRIEF LOCAL NOTES.


FaregrEphs cf Local and Per-
sonal Interest.

81irte Spappy Stories About Matters
In Palatka and Putnam Coun-
ty, for Busy Readers.


Miss Alda Ennias sent Sunduav In
Jacks nrville.
W. Y. Reynolds. of IIt verilo,wias In
the city Monday.
J* J.7. Harvey, of iI;stinu, w as in the
" clt a few days this week.
Putiam County School lcarni held
its molnthlv meeting Tuesday.
C A. McLarty and flanily have re-
turned from their visit to Georgia.
J. A. Boiughton, deputy p'+strumintr
of i:iidlcort,was in the cily vesteidVy.
MiAi Bertha Flowers ist having a giood
time with friends in IPniiel ih', week
Mi-. M.' I. oxe and ~liY R ams h are
return 1ired riiun l pleiniia iu \; it to Jick'-
,onvi lie.
Mrs. M. J Truenriiu returned tis
week from a trip Io aiil'ordl and other
points.
MrsF. A. It. Cartmoel and the children
left ye-terday for a v sit to relatives in
Monticello.
Postmaster Renz, of Biridlzeport, was
coi'oiiil"rably injured while at his mill
Wednesday.
J. L. Burton, of Crescent City, was
in Palatka Wednesday on his way to
Summer Haveu.
1Rv. T. I'. Ilav ann family left the
lirst of the week for a month's sjiourni
in North Carolina.
Mrs. A. Wattles h:as been visiting
fricuds in Francis this wetuk. ,Sie re-
turned hl me Tuesday.
,'iss Mattic Giay expects to e'ave
soun fur a sojouri' of several'weeks at
Ienudersonvllle, N. C.
Messr,. G.M. Davit & Son are putting
up a 30,00 gu'.iuon tank for the Planti
System ati PL'r raumu,a.
Miss Ethel Merridy aInlf brother
IHarold returned Saturday from a twoU
weeks' visit to Alauita.
Mrs. George Weller and family re.
turned Saturday from Sea Breeze,where
they have begun for two mouths.
Miss Kate Lucas, I a.atka'S up-to-date
milliner, has gone to bummer Haven
for a few days rest and recreation.
Tax Asseesor George F. Bullard, of
.McMeekin, was in town Monday and
Tuesday looking after the duties of his
office.
Mrs. J. Meyer and Mrs. T. N. Smith
left Wednesday for a sojourn of several
weeks in the mouutaius of western
North Carolina.
A new sidewalk has been put down
in front of the I ratoga Hotel. The
bed is made of DeLeon shell,and makes
a most excellent walk.
Mrs. Geaorge Hanlon, who has been
visiting friends at Norwalk, passed
through the city Tuesday en route to
her home in Blanoerville.
I
R. C. H-'well, the popular deputy
sheriff, has been appointed deputy c:erk
of registration of Put'nam county by
Supervisor W. P. Anderson.
Capt. II. Y. Snow, who has been a'-
tcndant upon the Confederate re-union
at Atlanta, returned Monday morning,
and reports a most pleasant trip.
Our handsome friend, John Speck,
has a very pretty spanuih fl.g,which he
is exhibiting with much pride to his
friends, Ask him to let you see It.
Charlie Weisse, one of Palatkas sol.
dier boys, has been in town this week
from Fernabtdina on a furlough. He
returns to can.p to-day.
Roy & Thaver, the op-to-date real
estate agents, have an attractive ad. In
today's TIlaM-IHiAJ.D. Read it,
whether you are interested in real esutae
or not.


Our lawyer friendR B. r. Calhoun re-
cently killed an immense rattlesnake on
the HerIhts. His snakeship measured
six teet five Inches in length.
Ed. Cro'chfleld, a member of the
Guards, now stationed ut Ferrindins,
hlis been visiting his rqla'iven on the'
flewlits this e tek. We are glad to see
him looking so well.
captain andt Mrs. B. A. Deal and
childeu have gone to Savainah to visit
relatives, k roti Saviiiannh Mis. Deal
auId children will go to I'ortinruthilV.,
to Ppend a few weeks.
The i.ouity CConmissioners held their
August ineet.ing Tuesday. Thie pro-
ceediiig will he duly published In Tirx
TIME'S-HlniAi.D, the "ouliest" *tI,'se-
paper in Putnamn county.
Among the Palatkans who attended
the SLute D)uiiemIcintic C"nvuutirin at
Orl.nudo this week were lion. E, S. Cnill
autid Frank J. Fuarn-ide. They left on
the milidiight train Tues.ily night.
Adiljulint l lairIy W. Fowler -;ent :.
few das here last week f,.ikling lhain.
wAitli his.frielrlI. l went. to I OrmiiOid
iFr'i(iVy tlo lelinlil 1i fey i d 'Iy i Witl h1si
reltiives, who a1e 'unitiIIllIug ithure.


PALATKA, FLA.. AUGUST I,


Racket Store Enlarges.
John T. Hood. the-genial, whole-
souled proprietor ot the Racket Store,
finds hl business so rapidly increasing
as to necessitate more room for the dis
play of his wares.
A TIMEF.HERAi.D reporter was at-
tracted the first of the week while pass.
log his store byv the sound of hammers
andd saws, and investigation proved that
the partition between Mr Dond's pres-
ent store and the adjoining room,whIlcH
was formerly occupied by George L.
Pox as a meat market, was being torn
out, and buth rooms thrown into one.
making a fine double store. This will
give "John" just double the room he
formerly had, and will enable him to
meet the demands ,t his' fast-growing
trade, which was brought about largely
by liberal advertising in 'li TITiMS.-
lINRALD.
The fi ont is b'inig hauldsomely re.
pinneil, and when Mr. Ioud gets
tnurough with ImIs work ofr inprove-
ment Ire will have one of the handI
shinome stores in tihe (itv.
Advcrti-in, will surely' brini results.
What-a Painter Can Do.
Sinothin (n lihe lutldiii',u order ec-


Professor and .rsl II. O. IIamn1 11 ul curred oi L ,,n slt-.eet ; Wdne-dayv
ontil l Wairn left luesd.a for lios to i o rin-t'4'. Pe'"-olis passing thet opera
spen'it a few wteks wI, the tilt ofc sor, s "lu were attr"cl' i'by thie handliome
relatives. From Illiunis they will go to 1inteil whiw was iLIsv jliyiirg a eclat of
Kansas, where they think of locating. while paint ito ib. frilt of the building.
AHotalng tihe isnumnler wasi anI alrnctive
I awley F. Fltwer, wr haa s Ib.i inglilr rof lh im. As she reached the
employed for i loni., time ill the J., T. T sp t it' tool, in i Ance at ti. artist
, K. W. ships in I'Palaitk, has gout- to and lie, took a ,y g lnc a ut her. Just
'ort Tampa City, where he l his tal;len ,in the pot of paint lost iis footing
at 1>sition in the Pl'iiit System ships. and didn't dio i thiri hut turn bottom


M. K, Manker, an industrious culoied
rnati, who resides near this city, satur.
dlay evening presented TimE T'Mes-
IIDtAI.o with one of hue very fl.iest
wate'i elons uf the eeisou, for which
lie has our thal.ka,.


uln and land fir anid square on the fair
peilestrim). Thel pantur la.i a faiitil'n
spell, Jhlin lond thought he saw a
-lhost, auni the woman thourhi-well it
wnilhi't look well in print to lt'll; but
lhe a its a eight worthy of a snip shot
t I t kolle


The steannrer Day had the nni'for;,te 'H1 it f,.t.
to break a wheel at Oirange Mills Flats C. B. Rogers Co. Spreading Out.
Thursdayv norIning. The Alice 31. TIh well-kii,,w wlholesa;e i rroc'iv
tbroulght l,tarl ol the IDav's iipa- S ers to h,)useof (. 1. I{o.ers Co., I cksonville,
Pl'latka. Thei disabled stealeii r will 1 h is la ] se, d lii Fill it hotel Iroltrv' in
stiwil to th s city for repairs. thii c t v f,,r a term i f fly,;, yeir,, ,ai
The lalIdies df thte atholic churches field will Ahortl! move tueir buine intto it.
a; S'ui'able l;tNiLurNly evellingll ir LIte lBoyd 'I'hl store ro.nsa will (occupy the lirsti
block,butowinrgton ttheincleineut weatth- tl or anld il nfli'ces will tie loncaed on
er the recelpit, were tnot as lar~e as ithe second tl ir.
nilIt have beIen otherwise; however, It gives 'TIi TIMESIIERIALD nmuchi
Ithec were (iite ,aiisfactory. hleal^tire to rile tie success of such eli-


I)r Ilasings hbs a youi ll, 11tree oni
lh.s place, HIaridtcrabble, that is a line
specimen. It is about three feet high,
of vigorous growth, and has over a hun-
dred fgs on it. That's nuo cumberer of
the ground -Creiceut City Journal.
Mrs. Charles M. Cooper and sou, of
Jacksonville, spent Monday with the
family of Hon E.S.Crillon the Heights.
They returned home Monday night,atc-
companied by Miss Constance Cooper,
who has for the past two months been
visiting the Mimses Crill.
Mrs. Sallie P. Renault, formerly a
resident of Palatka, but who bus been
living In Waldo fur some time, bas
moved back to the city, and has rented'
a house on Second street. Mrs. Re-
nault has many friends here who aill
be glad to see her back again.
J. B. Howe, of Keuka, was in town
Tuesday looking after his real estate in-
terests. We regret to learn that his
health is quite poor and that he will
probably be compelled to change his
quarters for a few weeks until he is re-
stored to health, which we trust will be
quite soon.





For Exchange


* 5,000 acres Buchana Counl.y, Va.
1250 acres Mercer County, W. YV.
640 acres West Christian Co., Mo.
1,000 acres Johnson County, Ky.

Want Florida Acres.


ROY &THAYER,
PALATKA, FLA.,


terprising concerns as The C. I Hozers
Co., and as they me firm believers in
ihe judicious use of printers' ink, ihieir
business will continue to grow, mad it
requires no prophet to predict their in-
creasing success.
Prof. Hamm at Crescent City.
Our community has had'the opportu-
nity of listening to two illustrated lec-
tures of late. Lastr week a lecture upon
the late war was delivered at V. 1 A.
hall, an8 views tilustrating it,were given
by a stereopticon. Owing to the fact
that it was not generally known that the
lecture was to be given, the audience
was very small. On Tuesday of this
week Prof. Hamm, of St. Augustine,
gave a most instructive lec.ure upon
Cuba and Porto Rico, The views were
very fine. There was a very good at-
tendance, and the hope is expressed
that Prof. Hamm will I cture again
here.-Journal.
City Council fleeting.
At regular semi-mouttly meeting of
the city council Wednesday evening,
among other matters the following
business was transacted:
The collector Was instructed to issue
distress warrants for all unpaid taxes
on the 1897 roll.
The assessor reported bis 1808 roll as
being completed, and the council re-
solved iltself into an equalization bosrd
for the purpose of remedying any ap.
parent injustice in te assessment.
The board then took a recess until
Monday evening, August 8th, at seven
o'clock.
Tbh Best Pescripton for Chills
ad fever isa bottle of Grove's Taste-
less Chill Tonic. Never falls to care;
then why- experiment with worthless
mitations ? Price Ooe. jon3 ly
For Rent.
Vottage conveniently located; five
rooom; eity water; larse yard; heap.
Apply qalok at this oflo*.


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1898. NEW SERIES-VOLUME 7.--NO i9


MOCRATS UNITED. I o1


THE STATE CONVENTION A HAR-
MONIOUS GATHERING.


The Chicago Platform Endorsed, and
Hon. Willam Jennings Bryan
Welcomed to the State.


The State Democratic Convention
metatOrlando Wednesday ofthis week.
The session was short and harouonlous,
The following ticket was nominated:
For Justices of the Supreme Court-
it. F. Taylor, of Alachua county; and
F. B. Carter, of Jackson county.
Bbth the gentlem(en named above are
the present ineumbeits, and were re-
omnluated witilout opliosition.
For State Treau'er,iJ f. WhitfllId,
ot Leon county.
For IallroadI Commiisioiners. the fol-
lowing genitlliemeni were successful:
iH. E. Di)a, of Atillchui count) J.. M.
irl ,lll, of )s(' lai county; anid .1. L,
>I'ergB oUf, of li irllhonii (liiiy.
The two liras nuntiiIld are prescit iin-
cunillenits. n1od the list naieiud Iit aes the
pla.e of Col. It. If M. Davidson. Our
fellow 1'ouilI t3yiii ll o i John 1'. ''all,
eiccive( a very co(illli]iiiirnrv vote,
but we i''gret illii V nit elnouglh io noIn-
iuatte him.
The flist ballol t' f) r cnii siorneu s ,v.,i
as follows: DIiy, 1, 3j1; ]ry 1in,. 1:11 ;


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'|ali, .6'i: Alu Z 4; 1. L.I Mr,'tni, Yellow 'ver ,loen'ls.t iatrk ahes'thy
120); i,,i li'lni '; I uilihull, :Cl; It:o 1 oul ; it flit's its vi'tlin in thirs who
1. MorL ani, 74. l)Dav ricvivii i woi, linvp o orders Ii thi systein duee that
Mir'd- I. lie I vtits ;ca-t, wits ldecl'irel our dliges i ,ni is gOood, blood pure,
noniilnaed. 1) tweri, i ',u,ia. id )iU can aff .rd to
On the seconiid b .all1. J.. M IrvaI IlughL at thi 'dil.. a-e P 1 k' y sh Bit-
and John L. Mrgani were cihoseni as t rs ; Irngtiten- di-gestiiin, causess the
fellows: rianir, 212:; )Dav,(;on. (l; lulond", silver 4nt i O wel... It Is the
Allen( 2:2; M6.,.ani, !iT7; Miirre.man, 1;1 (rat Y sy te,' ,r~glitr.
rurnbull. 211, bold y Ay ,t< i i .nu & Mriwari..
hlt ti', 't l a s t n'.1 z). ', -1 til11 l i ll Ou( r irnijl 4'-eitily tv Si Il 'r ieIlelr t of
liands of rllsch it en t erile livt inires'rtis Pu 'ulic [ui ii'iin n, w lwhi hIh jst re-
will be sife. m i n t i- i v,, v- in It i .- 11 i Vir-
The re-olunoit mdl',,ii i renirwv Allt- ":iia, wiol ai'n- .to Wiishiu lon, D. C., is
gi lcI' ti the l lt- rir Itle's iof thll. I iclu lo ol.:;: e i .1 n ,Iy i',,i. ad a s Ihe
ciaic ry a p rt lni',it i t 4 IitjA'I ; I i c-j 1 ,, .. it.lrri't e,) lie sa)ys
li oile of l,'linriila ar ti., 'lt lliil til on ic i I ,, .1 *,.d I I .! Il sil, but we cnu.
Ilainn: W illimni J ni| i .'Ns I-\anll inll Ite ini i el; P .r te, i' i- l nil-l'eii, for he
ttlute is n i Visilil'; j n i lthI shl .lie i, cii ter inlvy oi n ll.
illd pnplecess ofit' Ai'mer'iii liilor andi
(tn i.i'. i l. i -. .I \Velaka, ishli re
-oldiers in tihe Wl n aw t h -itpaii,; ( ; 'o i i I- a i'V'i I, ,h l- 1 ti n' l iet' iiI
ratulaeH C guillitnoilie Uw, l f. lor h. I- al, o.r i. !:11 ',,.- P ,lh.
ilaval victory at alti.. ,; ithe policy ut a, to ut t ,iIher either iautillUg
territorial extenlin is condemned. .r in tt w ",t so it -u have nv to
A motio i to selct a i i w exec'utIve -e'l, oi uiii .1 i. iii k. uU IB ils
comnn'ittee w,. lost, as wias usi n uino. eng nt .A..t1 n i colotd ilu a t'O u-
tion to make noimlnallotni in Un l) by 1nioyld in Iuse l awttp ,euLtUg t:ee1 aldi
p, imaries. n ihe c le .-st. F l.u ai I a e.s.
Low Rates to Fernandina. We regret toi luose (omi Palatka our
The city ticket aient *or the .., T. & estemiiie younu. liiud UarVy Fowler,
K, W. railway at Palatkli has oeen in I who hbus fr so long beeu connected
iructed to sell round trip tickets I)- with the hardlwaoe establishment of
tween this cityand Feruanntnia lot 83 45 M rtin Orifi & Co. Mr. Fowler goes
tickets limited to three days including o .Tacksonville aturdav tn accept a
date of sale. ipnitftion with Ihe Tow-rs Hardware
This low rate will eunb.e Palatkans to Company, and the best wishes of his
visit the soldier boys in camp at fer. host of Palatka friends follow him.


naudin at little cost. anud will no doubt
be taken advantage of by many of our
citizens.
Putnam county delegation to the
state Democratitc convention returned
yesterday.
We regret to learn that Mrs. W. 8.
Nugent I seriously ill in Philadelphia.

W. P. Anderson spent Sunday Hi
town, coming up from Sanford.

Mrs. F. C. Carter has returned from
bhr Sanford trip.



Summer Haven.


BURTON HOUSE,
Opened July st. Rates $6 per week.


"Steamer Hustler"
Lefvee St. Angustinl after the arrival
of the Palatha tratus Wednesdays
and Saturdays, returning on
Tbursdays and Mondays.
jau 1tlt MRS. J. L BURTON.


TnHE TItvE-Hx.ALD man had the
pleasure of shaking hands Tuesday with
John Mc Allister, of Melrose, member
of the leprsts lire elect, who was in the
city eit roi.tv te ilhe state convention at
Orlauuto ur'. McAllister is now one of'
the most prominent men in Putnam
county, ami tlhe people of the county
have made a wise chuico iu selecting
him as a member of the tegiilature.


Hon Holhert W. TDavis returned this
week trom Washington, D. C., where
he spent several days 1eoklug after the
interests of his constituent inu the sec-
ond congresslounl district. Mr. Davis
alwava has a pleasant word fcr every
one whom he meets, and blie walk*e p ;
and down lhe streets of Palatka he t Ub
kept bu.y shaklug hands with h.s old '
friends and admirers. Florida does not
possess many men the equal of Mr.
Davis '
W. P. Anderson Leaves Us.
Ex-Postmaster W. P. Anderson bw
gone to Sanford, where he bas naeeptedl
a luemrtive osliin In the master me. '
ebinlo'e office of the Plant Rtstem. He' .g
held a i6milar p1)sition n t lhis Oty prior ..
t, his appolutment as postmaster la.
1894, and thoroughly understtnds his
business. .N
We regret to lose Mr. Andereno foes i.t
Palatka, but wish him musb etai *as M
his new home.


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BRIEF PENCILINGS.
Hon. John P. Wall, of Putnam Hal!,
was in the city Tuesday en route to the
state convention, and was as guy and
full of lhfas rver. Mr Wall ha faith-
tully served Putlim oiinly in the leg-
Islature for tina'v ternm-, and is one of
Ihe in|ost iolmular limelln in the county.
S. J. II. hiii', of tile firm of Davis &
Ililburn, liwevs ol 'ulatka, was 'up
from that cny rl'esdila oil business.
Mr. IlifoulUm i a la.w,rl of ab iv, and
being asso,,caicd wi'h Ilou.H.W.Davis,
thles~epnhil' ,ne>n makonn flthe strong-
-t law firms In lire late -Cltn County
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THE TIMES-HERALD, FRIDAY. AUGUST 5.
BOOT. W.DAVIS P.J.IIILBURN CUBANS AS SOLDIERS ,. ti t iObioy thei
DAVIS & H ILBURN, marches oanno be rapid. One thing
KENNETT F. HARRIS DESCRIBES THE they do not impede themselves with is
.A W INSURGENT RANK AND FIL. bedding. On arrivingin camp each man
.IU T N F proceeds to cut a bundle of sticks of
various lengths, which in about ten
Office upstairs in Palatkh National IUank B'ldg Ginerael Shaftr's MnIt Regard Them With I minutes Ire framed Into neat shelters,
Palatka, Florida. Good Natured Contempt, but They Haven ridges, poles, roofs and all. A few handy DO YOU FEEL *
Their Good Points Cubsai Admire! palm leave are then laid on for a bDW I OV E L a "
Will practice in all State and Federal Americans-Shoe* Are a Sign of lank. thatch; two more form a protection
Courts. F e 7Ca i from the dampness of the ground, and
Courts. m 7.tt For the Cuban insurgent the Amer. with a dozen dexterous sweeps in the
AVlean private soldier hns, generally speak- tall gram with his machete your insur. BILIOUS, PRICKLY
H. W. AVE ing, a sort of good natured contempt. gent has a luxurious couoh and a rain. DROWSY,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW He considers him a loifer and bas not a proof roof. Then ho pillows his head on LOW SPIRITED, S B
high opinion of his lighting ability, al. his pack and sleeps sweetly until his O SPRI
Palatka, Florida. though be concedes that he might make broken winded buglo blows reveille.- BODY AND ASH
Office Palatka National Bank Building. a pretty good "bushwhacker." nl this, Kenuuett F. Harris in Chicago Record. BRAIN WEARY? BITTERS
Will practice in all Courti, State andof course, he has been judging the Cu. *
Will practice In all Courts, Stale and ban by a somewhat superficial observe. General News ItemL.
k*ederal. may 0-lm tion. He has seen the tattered patriots General News tem s
swinging in their hammocks by tnue 'L NJuly 27.-Aspecial dispatch RELIEVES AND INVIGORATES.
Is n.pHINI roadside, regarding the marching regi- from Madrid says the king of Spain is REIA .
mea 1 U""w neits and trains of artillery as they suffering from an attack of the measles. It cleanses the liver and bowels, strengthens the kM.
USTOliS VITALITY passed with inditrrnt, lackluster WASHINGTON, July 80. Admiral na and ai digestion, thus the system is regulated and
eyes, and he baus concluded that green Sampson wires that the cruiser Infant. I the body fortifled to resist disease.
V Mg id g conuanuts and coffee comprise their Maria Teresa will bloated and brought
-. w l Mn highest ideal and sole ambition,. to Guantanamo soon. I1 VLUlBLE BE1M DI TO IEEP II TIE m6NW.
WON Mn On the other hand, the Cuban has a NEW YORx, Aug. I.-Martin Thor SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
THE .', O Me. profound admiration for the Amer- was put to death in the prison at Sing Priks oo Pr Bttle
OREAT ft. I icnios. He shows this by emnulting Sing at 11:17 this morning for the mar-
1 CHt REMEI roducee the above resul their drill and by the air of pride with der of William Guldeniuppe.
ea / ,1or'iisersalndTs ra which he wears a dincardlid sdlidier'o PlEltCE CITv, Mo., July 1.-JudgeF.
Sle byn rtofouth. It wards ofalin blounsi. 11 hals leallnd to say "gol d E. Willamus of Joplin has hbeel ionti.
and Old MJ rccovvr \,,utlihtl or. I norningt and "lurd ltk"'' (isl;ili.- ,lated for congress by the Republiauni -..---- -- ----.
-r uines or isrriaet...,stcarriedIn- uFiternhnth at!...,ll" I Ii t, e itnri distr;1t. o u th ern
Ikt lOT l s, wi rtl lli.' th in i thir,,, itt]is. tHO i. \\'ASIIiTON, :u y 30.--A telegram S o u then -
guarani.. PH. JAN0 MIRe I~aris kia knk ? tIe tip of a rememi rom Sant.ago announces the
-Is.,.,rae. C.joA HiilRrl. n diihtllt. lk,,. dearth of Captina Do.ge of the Twenty.
ACKERMAN & STEWART. calut fir ui if his dllivrrs Iri fr, :i oth infantry, ell known in the I
A ................ ,,,ni i-rh,,MI.. and he will t'limb. folnth infantry,^11 known in thel( l
IR.M I M, a l til1 throw the nuts down for iit we t.
E Oconit-ra ion. OrTAWA, July 29. -* Sir Wilfred
It would be onf:iir andi untrue, how. Luriner, the pronit.r, announces that
evir, to say that tho C uhalns are iti th' umovm'ational conference to settle I T EXCELLENT EVIE FFRD 0' FLORIDA.
great tul for thel iitervtuti(on of tie til, u thif rence exims:inR between the
Easlly,Qulokly, PenmanentIlyRestored Ainlri:ins Some striking intiiiices tl it i Sta'i anil C.aada will open on NORTH EAST 'VEST
M GET oIC NE LVHE ,",' he c" irary l ave cnme un-dr v ,- Aug. ,10 neet. ,
an eeIo re isonia,a ieoni ess, Hieria twice within the la.ti ftw davs. A Cii. n BI :nu., July .30.-Prince Otto Von
r hlyVitity %rinlht ter recently brought up a lo d.l of Bismarck, the noted German statesman t EOUGH PLLMAN DRAWING ROO CARS DINING CAS
feiling Memory-the result of6t. r-.i")rk, Worn MOVOR PULLXAN DRAWING ROOK CARS, DININOGCARS,
Sickne'q, Errors o! Youth or ver-indulgenct provisions for our party from Sibolly, and warrior, died at Friedrichshruhe
Prig. SOc. and t1:6 boxess t. tt01OUGHAlR: C0&CHj.S. VETIB.U TRIS.
For quick, poSitivrandlat ngresusinrs lusu J11lesdistanlt frmii El P., an a:tr a few weeks suffering from a co. THOE COACHES. VESTIBULED TRAIN
Weakness. Inmiteny Nervous Dehiit, iandl I... aisulitely-ulinmst ietl!giiautly-rhlius- plicationi of di.easei, tdue ininly to old
Vitality, use -l tre n SPECIAL t l -duted to accept ly:Ient for the service age. lie was born oun April 1, is15. "WASHINGTON AND SOUTHWESTERN LI'ITED."
snd efect a preent cure. cheapest and best Another etnt W ord to ainlau who hadl, IIn-t.KoNo, Aug. 1. The United Throehl V..tlb d Drawlr-.ioom SIlen Cars btw. Tampa and ew TorT,
mFREE Abotl of the famous Jpse l.iv as hi lllt)o hired is t le that e States transport Zaliro has arrived in via Jaksoasine. vaunlsh anu couma, witaoui shasn
Pellet illhe givenwitha l$pexeormnreo(l, wl Il li to iu t iiniul back, for these waters and is anchored outside *UNITED STATES FAST MAIL"
etic Nervine. free. Sold only by his family wire sfltr.ng hntigelr andll the Lyeteman pass. She reports that Pullman Drawing-Room Bufrt Slepln are hetwesa Jaeoavelll mad New Tat,
ACKERMAN & Sl'E WAtL'. i had to work for them fit- was oflurid no American or insurgent advances
m onty, but refused to take it, saying, had been made on Manila up to July 29. Embracing Lynchburg, Charlot|svllle.
should sell my hblp to you, but let mo WASHINTOow, July 27.-A. A. Mab. Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia.
Save nmy mule if you can spare him."' son, a leading Republican of Alabama, Patlens Drwaig-Room sleeping Cars toMacon. Atlanta, Chattanega sad
Nl eea Again, a ragged young negro came has been made major of the Tenth im. Clancialtl. with eloe *manoueo for Losisvilli and the Northwest.
Into camp the other morning with A mune regiment. Mabson was an ex.
C hange ?bketofripltangoes, which.lheoffer.ellent confederate soldier and hih.A Trt PullmanSleping rto
A C hange ? ed to a group of soldicirs. One of them claims to army appointment have been Cncinnati, via Columbia and Asheville. Through thi
Try the Seaside.-, took a mango and held out a nickel. It indorsed by all the Alabamians, LAND OF THE SKY."
Try the Seaside.,.)#' was a beautiful thing to see theba courte- WAtHINOTON, July .0.-Orders harte "LAD OF TH SKY."
For fine flashing, excellent bathing ous smile with which the young gentle, been isuned for a grand review of the
man waved aside the proffered ooin. "It entire Second army corps, comprising eieaie MI fs meto s as ots rates, e.hedules. silpiia ta r rsermesoato eta. plteIb
and the prettiest beach on the At- is my gift, senor, he said. "It is very all of the 20,000 or more troops at Camp 420teo teke*6oasas asILwaT or ie ocanaetOUns
lantic coast, where hbe air is pure little, but it is my gift. and I hope you Alger, on next Saturday. Secretary
and refreshing, will take some." And the soldier did. of War Alger and other prominent offi. L A. INAIF X e, Il w e A iP Ait.. Ill West Bay street, Jacksonville, Fn.
On the whole the Cuban is not a bad cials will be among the reviewing party, A G. 0ULP. W. A. TURIL IA RDWIO ,
...Coronado Beach... fellow. He is amiable if a trifle blood. and possibly the president. MeW enPassAlt.i AtLes. PaM. A
thirsty, and obliging, although afflicted SAN FtANCIS ', July 27.-Just aftel sM:S.= 1 Wash te t. a ae t
to a great extent with the mananaa" the close of the target practice by the Ma I, 1Sa
Leads the Procession. habit. The number of wounded insur- First Tennessee regiment, the pistol ofl
gent. that have been brought in is of Lieutenant Law of Company C was cs.
Coronado is opposite New itself proof that they will fight, and It cidentally discharged, the bullet passing
smyrna, only two hours fiom seemsimpossiblethat theywouldohoose through the calf of Captain Reed's
Palatka, and you can get ac- the life of constant privation and dau- right leg. The captain will be confined
commodations at moderate ger they now do for the mere pleasure to his tent for several days. -*
prices by writing to the of hacking an occasional Spaniard to Naw YoRK, July v9,--The daughter
ricepieces.TEL They must necessarily be actat- of am mall, the evangelist, iin Ne B L O C H E R
SEASIDE HOTEL, edbymotivesaof patriotism. York to make arrangements for hel
EAS H TL. When we were on board the Yucatan det t e fal An if am
W. H. NEWELL, Prop a visiting naval officer from Sampson's sataiuln the, couple d wit a pi o. 35 Lem on Street
P. O. address, New Smyrna, Fi fleet was asked what the CbHans loked and charming personality, can win sac.
like and how they were armed. His re- cop Lola Small-Jacksou-Ford should
ply was, "They look like the devil, and find law obstacles in the ro d to fame".LN
,....... they are armed with anything they canhe a
| .i ..... get." It wan a sufficiently accurate de. HAMBsrt'Oi, July s.-The health of
e -"'- 7. -y. scription. Nearly all of the insurgents Prince Bismarck is again causing hl
of Santiago de Cuba are negroes, with friends ueasiness. He has been con.
perhaps a slight infusion of Spanish fed to his bed for three days and
blood. The more Spanish blood a man uffers from insomnia. Besides his Stamped Goods,
Iz J has the higher as a general thing is his physician. Dr. Schweninger, Counts p d G
rank, though this is indicated to a great Herbert and William Bismarok, with Em broidery Silks,
S,, ., a r extent by the dress of the offloer and his their wives, are now at Friederickrube.ery
1, n ln T.,,is no degree of cleanliness. Castello's nut- SA' I PecHco., July d33.-SA re L dies' ,Sh W aists
S i,,;, forms are washed quite frequently, and which broke out shortly after midnight ie hirt
Si. vl ic ,eslltor n.Iru. as he shaves daily he presents a very in a 8-story trmne building at 1181Ore.
S,'i I el. strong contrast to most of his command. gon street, caausd the los of five live essirt
I 'ln relnlftlinll i. n*', i '. ,ia'igat, No one under the rank of lieutenant and badly burned five pmreons, one of
0 em. "you .n li,'orl. k'n toa itn'ni d itswe il wears shoes. A sort of canvas mocoasin whom is not expected to survive. The
riouiaor I nrds with a rope sole is worn by the iuferor dead: Kate Connelly, William White,
"gey r ortlll ofcint ia cinl rii eld h rioteitK. pmye,'lu llveorge Hansen.
plst officers and some of thenmen, but they Frank K.ly. ore ttnse, C A 0 11 S tr U m1 S11i11f S
prlepred In a lotfrtnt v t, he o arlihphhiiil.le Ia are getting scarce. Sixty per dnt of the Holmes.
honr*o.r.aea ..ao.ll i. k,;,ii.Iri intl vroirhoi men a barefooted, and the rest faatt Kxox y.L, July 7.-The belt line Dr Goodsand Notions, Shoes and Hosiery,.
iso lthevthe. ,r unFnooil Th,,stitl- rawhidemondals on their feet with a whichencirelesthlls city was bid inat n. G. Corsets, Parasols and Umbrellas.
.ten'h rllrwkns liieltr.tnIrtlutelRn vr thong around the great toe tin the an. nGcr ole y h ut he ia C fts Parasols and Umbrellas.
&n. lhsnrpetaiucttos.'ire leirani Irilliaint. fhon grena ice te chancery le by the Southern anilway
so1 ? SaOeS ~dr p~- i~ie cboni Their ,trouss a of -, oT.0 At, t=,aoaKn lle m ad M end's and Boys' Hats.

.^ ." ,,^,," ,,..,. ,.,.,. tatblows. Usualya fringed rem .ant =.,.,. th. ^ B y W
,^sr ..it';t,, ," ^ ., of uidershirt and a roughly plaited hat roa may raise te Sothern's bid ad P ts
of straw complete the costume, but come into possession of the property.
Columbia Phono aph Co, et, whichrksnet iu eneralti Atlaa rdtothe properly ifm ol H E B O G E (0
DEPARTMENT 3. ty to the hairp ina an nythig n Athe thei obeased bytSouter.a E .R
110 E. Raltimort' St., Baltimrsr, Md. way of a gun that will explode powder 7-
Sew Yrk, Prme, Chicagi, and carry a ba, t has been a perpet. CjLOUUa, 8. 0. July 37.-The (- IMPORTER AND WItOLESALE I 8Rl I S,
'a. l wonder to every in who h seen mail tra in rm Oharleston to Oolu i Lo r
t. l>ut. Philadelphm. these troops tr he, how nted br what on the Atlantic Coast Use wewmPecked Poviins G i HaFl or lll ,
Baltim.re, Wa.ehingeton, Bulffatlo. system they obtain animuntiton for ,4milesfrma this city. The train lwa V 1 u|U 1 e
tanit pieeous. Ti.y havu uts bprnug- ulinitg aboot 40 mil. ana ho a. wh e
felds i mnise loading ritlcs, fr.d with coutuag aroed a earur on a very high Mole AgOefs tfor O RIi nUlgI o t tlAWrrE TO
C A S T O R IA Perouon cape: Winche.n Rinin. sB int th e*nine juar, ...e 1B tr. ADE ( OlLY",
fl 3 toV, .IAruuma--aiost evrythrig but ltntk. The wbotle tan wes, ow the FaibsiI CiIH C(. 7tI'> OTJV4UMWEJ'.
Iw, M M gf ,In,:;iri ..iatchlocks-and their amanunni- emb-aesa, (rtunin over on as. side. Lbu Irdiu ff)
S I 'ti on belt -e .::lay.y. full. L.aginer 'tillis. Juhaw srtuc le hik rt* OL TBD oON$I( .
IN iw bmn -M pt h I |1 addition to .0 r and m*n.entio, pt d cawled4 Quotations Mae Prom ptly onApptd h.
, 3am the hfi hi ery re carnmes a bageat iiplaulaed engine It.a ouo4 ai peeeaiag steama 1988 8 0
rwei te r bathdug ti.l., 100 uis weas dt',dreaisnl sMlh4M bu t will eb ell-lb .
a L..a..,, .... ,,...4id, go reat. j aut i,,,o--iewgy. JdCKSONVi.V B. PLOR DA.


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THE TIMES-HERALD, FRIDAY, AUGUST 6


Oh, the Pain ol

Rheumatisnml
Iheumatma often aues the tnet In
tense saering. Many have for Jean
vtaly sought rellet from thin dilabllni
iM Uema M tesiday wore o thar
emer. n h1feu1 e n 1 blood disee
and Swift's Specfl o is edonly our., be
cuse It is the only remedy which o-a
neah gueh deep-seated diseases.
A few y ago I was taba with talfaman
tory Rheumatism, which became so latent
Iats I wal for welks Iamble to walk. I triet
11owgl premiaent phyl
a eiltaandtok ttbelrtrat
me*at faimhZnialy, bul wa
M onbl to it the slight
Wet(lief. Iqtast,myoon
Sditon seemed to Ip,
w J orn., the is* e prM.e,
over mymentire bady.>an'
from November I &larc:
J 'B IarI wu/a.ed auny. I tried
-iH f \ k'mlynl patent emedicin-
b. nine relieved ii,
/r" # "Upon the* ad T l v ie ts
A. 8. efor tallowing me to ltake t. how
r my g iurdln. who waq a chemist. aia
9teA the rmealy, &d nriiotinml it fre e
otah orereaury. I ,t sm:clehrtter s'
king two toWtlel, that I continued the reLI
,and in two man tlis I w t ciii idc m pletsl.
sure was pirmaicnttfor I liare nenlr aini
a touch ntf Rheunamttsm thouih M4au
Mum exposed to damp:d ooldl rat. rr.
2 Laion M. TiPPaLL,
IM Powelton Avenue, Philadelphia.
Don'tsuffer longerwith Iiheumatism
Throw wide your oils and lniments, nn
they cannot reach yourtrouble. Don"
experiment with doctors-thelf potats
and mercury will add to your disabil.
ity and completely destroy your digest
tlon.


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Eeel Tired I
Got Spring .r'cin '
You Blood
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STANDS rOR
THOROUGH EDUCATION,
PRACTICAL EDUCATION.
AODERNI EDUCATION.
DEPARTMENTS:
Colllat. hPreWpiray C rcll.
Suk. Art, Normal.
very emphasis is laid upon the instroe.
tion given. The rmfessoni and inStructonr
elexperts who tave held correspondin
noitUoal in the highest colleges in the
eSantiful Location. Healthtnl 8arround-
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For further information and Catalogues
apply to In5ALL3g lU Agent.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,


Li l)D OFFlte AT UAINNUVILL. FLA., I
,an1 ?1,low:,
TOICZ1C Is HEREBY GIVEN THAT THi
.L] following nDnieaMsettlerla sstiled otiee of
nel inttiin ii o1l uke fuil lrof I n llp i a ot
bisclalm. and rhAtsittl pnraof will be made be-
tore Clerk. Ircult Luurt, 1alatks, idrltal. oan
August 13. I)ll via.
Lybriuandal Mllr, our Hsanrvlle, rll., lHd. 22315
for then j of n a I<, se I. tp m rise.
Re naes tie aullt.wing wltlSe tom prove III"
rmntlnnous elidenooe upon and caltivllson aof
aid land. vi:
V. Minion. BaS ernlle, 'i.
W.Hill
H. N. Meaoruae, .. "
C. A, Rown *
W, 0, IOIX.'ONX,
July lI-tl KRgJlter.


NOflLK FORt PUBLIVA"?1MO.
LAnOmenOrrAT vGAnuUaVttW. IML.,V~
Jut W U6tel*l .I
SOTICX 16 KERatty (iVEN filLT TH
following named 'euLer has abed nodies ul
pr Intentionto mike SPAtj~~ nspa
beforaWt dmA u "1--esa .11 a. Via., on
via: Lucy B5okswidow DI lapmsrt tst
vr =110. me 1ia1ft, Hituwsiap SEct
meaw 2 e4 4. vngtatlbt ieet
TVh lad vzaA.S.a '9 01gs.an-IlvaulMs. I-.
low I~ps~p, nb ~w~ase I~kr, ufflg'aa.
.dI~~jI.5. !Voidsil~,


Tobacco In the South.
Tobacco raisers in Florida ud other

southern states will be encouraged to
Increase the area of their plantations by
the present situ tion. According to the
statement of large manufacturers, the
supply of Havana tobacco is the small.
ent for many years. The estimate of
the crop from Luba is between 000,000
and 700,000 bales annually. For the
last three years, however, it is claimed
that the crop lha been cut down to less
than 00,000 bales annually. Of this,
fully 76 per cent. is made up luto cigar.
ettes in Havana and loiher cities, conse'-
qutntly the amount left for export is
insilnificant as compared with fite
3rars ago. Prices have, inu some in.
slt.aLes, advanced 300 to 406 per cent.
on certain grndts of ohatcco, while It In
almnol Imp' shble tn obltaiii any of what
is know ins old fluie" g'a.!e in the
nama ket.
It he ailreiul\ been demonstrated that
no excellent quality of tobatco can be
,rown In southern Florida,where there
Is :i large area adapted to its cultivation.
ln (order to supply the demanutis of the
tor.hern anti millheru Uwtaufaciurers,
the planters will be forced to gr'eaai'
in- ease their production, tand 1i proba.
"lIa that much higher prices will prevail.
The difliculty of exporting cigars ind
cigaretteA f:iiin Cuhba nili alo lead to
lith eitabhlisineii ntoft nailitlional factorirs.
in Florida iiat extenlid tils indu-tv\
Co sldi.rad 1 in the sonthirrn Anat s-
l iilcco ,iurnit], D)inviliv, Vat.
At Sure Pretentive.
Hy taking a regular rour-o l'f Prickly
Alti Hitters faor tihe ixt t(ia or thite
wi eke, and ala oatith.ioil ila asta therenf-
tar, the !lWoI', liver,. ahiiil howels will
be so cleaned, Ktlrngthened, and regtu.
late I at toit atly k ep the body froe
from divertAs termg,ishould el liow fever
appear in yrur I equality.
Prickly Ash Blitt' a .s so d lby Acker.
man & Stewart.
Are You Going to the Coast?
Those of oir readers who are expect.
ing to spend a portion of the heated
tern at the seaside will doi well to in-
vestiilate ile advantaiges to be found at
Coronado Beach,opposite New Smyrna
At Coronado the flest base fishing in
the country will be found, bathing is
unexcelled, and no prettier beach.can
be found on the Atlantic coast. If yon
anticipate going away htom home
'hlritnt the suummner, we would advis,'
y.,u to write tn W.II. Newell,proprietor
of the Seaside Hotel, Coronsdo Bet ch.
for full particulars. Postofflce address.
New Smyrna, Hia. just
Makes Men Strntag
Dr. Edmonldson's Plis of Life re
ot rp lost vital ty, bt'llil un the entire
system, and make mauly mein uand no-
inianly wom-n. $I per box. Addesrom
Dr. Frank Ednmondon. Atlanta, Oa.
S it'i/ feiV oinau
Tansy, Pennyroyal anald otton Root
Pills remove all suppressions an I Ir.
regularltiepi. 1 per ho. Foa pa-tica-
larn addreM Dr. Frank Edmoiudson.
&tlanIaea., ml-mw

Registration Notice.
The registration book for Putnam
county will be open in my office at the
court house, In Palatka, lor the purpose
of registration, on the following dayv
-uch week, Monlay), Wednesday, andl
Friday. fro n 9 o'clock a. m. to 12 m.,
and from 2 o'clock p. m. to 6 ia. m.
W. P. Aurtiso N.
1 29 Registratilo Officer.


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Cure AN

Uvler h

Twenty Years Proof.
Tutt's Liver Pills keep the bow.
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the system of all impurities An.
absolute cure for sick headache,
dyspepsia, sour stomach, con-
stipation and kindred diseases.
"'Can't do without them"
R. P. Smith, Chilesburg, Vs.
writes I don't know how I could.
do without them. I have had
Lver disease for over twenty
ear. Am now entirely cured.

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The Railroad Commission.
The Tallahasseau of last week says
At a meeting of the railroad commit.
sion held In June last, a reductiobla
psaloeaer fares from four to three cents
a mile on the railroads in this state was
ordered, and a notice to that effect pub-'
lished throughout the state, as required
by law. The roads made, application
for a re hearing, which was denied.
The new rate was to take effect July
181h, but the roads are still selling tick.
eta at the old rates. In consequence
many complaint are being received at
tLb commission office, and the light to
teat ihu validity of the commissioii act
will soon be on.
It is necessary for those who desire
to collect overcharges, should the com-
missioni wiln, I> observe the following
instructions:
Apply)l for the colnmissiou rath of 3
cents a mile. If It is refused, take a
seceipt for mooey paid, uniuing stations
from and to *hich ticket is purchiaed.
Make out a clain, cuclosAng receipt,
swear tp It before a notary public or
sonse other ofler authorized to admin-
ister uoaths, aud forward same to the
clerk ef the comiuission.
T"hil will be satit livl ;la. clerk to the
railroad with at rr(:e.st, that the oer-
ch ltrue tlie liili aandl if 'lt is not d ine-
at the 'xpiratn'i iof thirty idas, the
mt'oihiiit-onii will iiiairuct the attoruey
zeittinl to proc lcd 'i:alaitust the roadd"
keener vs. Time.
Ilaivili taai .tl tk of Watch uanl tajoek
Miatitult, oa atnild. tl. d wiahiinL tji qlii.
hi rI' ,.;llnr I t'iais', I Wi; llido Uio K
the foilihv, lian lw i'ICS UIlitil StCiK i-
usel uli': Wittche,a and l (Cltcks--iiitii,
spriz,. T7",; leatti I., 75. c; a ,l crvA~ ini
oin watches, 10 to 15 ce-ents. Have' hila
eleven years experience in watch
anil lock ,it i't Give nle a call
anal be cconvinced
PERhY KEENaER.

1O CURE-NO PAY
Thalt in the wavy till Idruigists msll
GROVE'S TA8TELEB8 CHILL
rONLJ for hillss anal Mataria. it is
sla]pty Iron and Quinilne ih a tastele-i
forin, Chill rea love It. Adilt ipre.-
fii it toi ltter nauiseatin: tohtiilct
Price, 50e. Jun 31 y
The Editorla.
Wt luinl the following in a rceaillt is-
sue of ith- a i'rtow Courier Infoiinait:
"Mr. W. E l'Pallor, of Editorla, Inter.
lat'chen, A a- In thh clly ti.-day nil ls
i' t 'i fr.l' ,n a vis to his hlimue afterahi
absence of ten iniouths. lie stolaped
and i.-saau l i,: aCourier-Infornanit eitloi
his eeani l)eil uti ceitiicaute for Edituruta
which we wi.r' surprised to learn wa,
thile o -Ciail IIou which had been i-su,'d
I li br i lthli i t he press who *iIl.)
-'lcibife liir ith.e certificates should i0p
for thriU at uuce.
"I'othlli l Pa obur has haila hard ttrug-
gle, working uud liarily payltig ilae ex-
peuses Ilusielf, to maiaiun Editorit.
Until the nutluual association tiueets Its
eptiembei,he must have assistance,aunt
we hope to bear that many of the edi
tore of the state respond at once.
"Mr. Pabor says that everything is in
excelleat condition at the Homia.and he
feels such an abiding faith In lie na.
tional association that it is our duty to
sthiud byv him at least until that time.
-"The E litoria committee shogid visit
Interiachea o at n early day and make a
report, to be sent to the national sasso-
clation, in order that there will be some-
thing substatUal to back up Mr. Pabor's
presentation of the facts and his appeal
for half.
'*LuL the members of ihe Florida
press staud by their obligations and do
it piuilptiv. in thils thing."
Notice to Tax Payers.
The city tax books for 1897 taxes will
be closed July Stat, proximo, after
which date distress warrants will be
tlaied for all unpaid taxes.
By order of the city council.
T. B. AZDaUIO N.
City Tax Collector.
Palatka, la., Junae 21, 1808. W


Johnson's

Chill A
Fever


STonic


Cures Fever

\ln One Day.


Florida Health Notes.
The July number of the Month'y
Bulletin, issued by the State Board of
Health, is out. In it tbahealth of.' .t-
nam county is shown up to good advant-
age, having about the beat health-record
in the state. Here Is the report:
Palatka and Putnam county enjoy
unusually good health for this season of
the year. Not a serious case of sickness
in the city of Palatka, and very few re-
ported from the county, There ate
fewer cases of continued fever than I
have ever known at this season. There
are no couutagous or infectious diseases
reported.
Here is Volusia'a report:
Reports from the St. Johns river see
tion of the county indicate that the gen-
eral health i good fr the season. Some
cases of d) seatery and a very few cases
of eluw fever is all there is to report in
the way of slckness. Local health vill
cers report "extra sanitary prtcautiors
beinr taken." In the eastern section
of the county there is as near no'sick-
niess as is possible. Two weeks ,g o
there were quite a number of cases of
Tonsilitia and Cor)z t, but at present
therteis w'inou toiseako. .
By di'ectioin of lie state health officer
I went tol !hiiU e.1s,ii St..Johns county,
to investigate ru'l iis of smallpox, but
fiuiadl nothit.. A c-en .if glanders has
received i roper ttieiiuOn. The siantli-
ry ci>..lilItln it ifh' caunly is gul ai. and
oilOthini has 'ccuirel 'ut af ilit u-um[
cour.tre.


.,.> (J C..
Every day strengthens the belief of emi.l
nent physicians that impure blood is the
I'laia of the niajoriiy of our disetes.
Twi'nty-five years no this theory was u1e1sia
M 1hasil for tle formula of ltrowns' Iron
IittIrs, The nmny relnarkablel e uri,'s efleted
y llils lfaniious old haiiMthhll rremuly arn.
litffiielit to prove that the theory isaaorreat.
Bruwns' Iron Bitters is sold by all dealers.

List of Uncalled For Letters.
Remaining in the Postoffice at Pa-
Iatka, Fla., for the week ending August
2, 18M8:
GENTS LIST,


Geiger, I E
Haells ', I illi'll
IHlarkitis, .leami
Hirse, Eddie
Hudson, WV H
Inscher, Clhas
Kene, F-
Manos, G E
Marahali, W G


I' nee, H
'aihcliard, T L
It theri, Minito
lllnsuoij, Dave
Saines, J M
Sl,,n, W J
'-huffull, Henry
Thomas, J E
Wtmbush, Will


LADIES LIST.
Carroll, J.ine Shauina,. s'ai-au
HuliIldvisn. (Celia 'T'olhnB, I-II nretler
Jorllaii. Et'iel W IVa r.; .\-',tir
lJohniii) .l" FratnkWiallni, Ityure-
SunaIIIrm i, tlit' a g ie
Persons c.allIna I- tr i Ihtu\Ae ettet.
will pleas sayv **AIi. J '.V WO."
I) \t K|liy. P. M

Mother's Care.


Mrs. liu az. oif Itrille.ailt, RIan wh1
It 111t w l 't .aiv l l it ia'k-olavlii 4, V',- ':,
like to catr, ffir ui o It iwii iw ilia l ir '-.
children. W ill ivv 1,'hitii ihl e .li 1'
care anid H lov Iv hirin. I reasonable
rates. Chldr,',t ni a'ii lot,' ta less ai n
iwo years' old anar .,,-r' t*iln twislv,
Call on or write ',i ts. .lulla RPny..
1017 Adams street. east Jtaksonville.
iFlorida. Ju'y 29 tf

Malarlon Is devoid of blMer taste.
Cures chills and ilevi; acinuu the liver
and rutulateis the sa)ternm venerallv. Al
druggiast-.


MONTHLY

Financial Statement
OF COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC
INSTRUCTION.
*TATKIOFrFLORIDA,IJOUNTY or PUTNAM. I
August 1, ISM. I
To Hox. JtAIPH P'aler. Clerk of Circult Court:
si-In oompntillitn with eft,. 3, Chapter 4332.
Law of u I'lrid, we hereby lit with you the
following Itowlsed lnandral statement of all
School moneys received, appropriatlones made
and warrants IelieI for the mouth ending
July 31i.t. A. D. 18:
mCnaPITULATION.
Balance on hand luly t, Ilt 11 aM
R*lsived during the month.... I 5M 75

Warrants paid during the
mouth..... ....... ... .e 01
Balance B oa oMaon.ud ... 51l 1
uus andiag waurtatit un-
paid.... .... ............ I 500O
AvaalasA u gA ............. a
..alIblllInD lls-rlio'.,
July I-To baano un ihaMd., 11 93
July t-c-Teui (nr S.tai
COMsaaltlr Iii Soi.
July a-V ir o roll a i
July b-To.3-hT from T a
Oo~rtor nn 3o. IRT. :66
July i-Tooul fromtrati
Trilower on e.
demptlon of Nrt
LJVutl&eS, IM .... 17 90
July 51-R8a1n't wamn's
.by.balsa .......... M" 1
01i1; M 1J T as
We thereby oetlfth"t the lborv statement is
truane fad coec t the bItt ol ourI knowlelg
t4d belie, L 1. C.KILL
C hirmen Co. Satral Fb. Instncuolin.
Mtest: TKOP. W, HALPK.
Canty Btpt. jWb. aitruttioe.


LEGAL ADVICE UMT i t

ADMINISTRATqg'SN OTIO.
SIX MOXITIH4 AFTYR DAMT I WILL IU -
SSNT my flial socounts and voichurst,
Adminllstrator of the sNtate of Charlis Corning,
decesed, to the County Judge of Putnam Coun-
ty. Florli dandy ask toa to dischargd from the
further adiulstratioun of sail edtate
X. S. CULL.
Admulaniattor.
rob 1o, '.-SuE. CLm tetiauento atiaxo.

ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE.
Mix MONTHS ArTUR DATE I WILLfPRIIMNT
niy final cowtuits and vouner as admial.-
tatrix of the estate of Win. Ispeck, deoe d, to
the County Judge of Putnam Conty. Forda,
nd aski to toilintharged from the rerad
Iministration nf laid estate.
MARY JOSEPHINX SPRCK.
Ja -i m Aa luillaUurlxz.
* SPECIAL MASTER'S SALL
TNnIRE AND hII VITUarOOP ADrCRKB
of f,,reowitsnr- li m 'ale i rendered In the
,:Irtlit Court oi iiAt iWI Judlcall cArons.
,f the dtate of il-e'rl. for l'utitnaim Count by
tile Hun. W. A iaI.l.n Jatalge lit mid CUo
Ilated til the 11 ii iv .1' W.I' A. i. lBM. wherein
tieury Btria/. i- iialTl.illl n ', anhl William P.
fil'i, e Ii Iifel-ai t, ail tll (-It .t public inc-
tUtot for IRsI, t.. tili ll Wt a. il best hdilfer, at
the fr,,nt doi ,ir.ft a ii. it I ali in Palatka, in
slitl conl-y -t Illuill 01ilI lie
SFIRST ai)Nd)AY IN AI.CU'iST, A. D. IM,
tia same i lins l tile it lity or msaI mont
luring the legal hours of ale on that day, ail
a* itle following described personal property, to
Wit:
rThe two wooden building's on block fifty-three
,i'3 or tlhe City of I'alstka.iilet a in umoetore
roll, giiid ouiKaie lhiiioe. hlo lthe plant andma-
llinltry therlvIn cint.,ine.; es3i; jaIun ut OLb
statai)liary olglit-iorAe rlowet engine and ton-
hrse aitwer hiller (maue ly Jmohn if. nure Ms*.
eitne Ci.t. olie wood-l|lltt r, saw and mandrel
eadtiie chlin. anel Tarions |,illeys, bhaftlnaannd
Ielti.g, Thr whole of thle abotc ilsoribed per-
Soiial frperty conilnting of a retail wood yard
Also one ri an horse luil I loretioneW aupd
Ill cinnectiona with said plan, nnd won'laiuslioe.
itl 4w S. J. llqti" uN. ipocSci"l iiter.



RAY'S PLACE.

Wines, Liquors


And Cigars.

Very Old Wines
A Specialty,
S.eeorl att'niion giivein to the tl.ing of
TIugsm nd KPNe.
We also handlle ihe very
l of C so t'od" a rai

IDAHO SALOON,
13 Tttinon 9trat. Palti'a. VPla






D)t. P. KEENER,

Graduate Optician,
LEMON 8THEEf, -. PALATKA, FLA.

What 3 better than
Good Eye-s!g'-it?


Now is l lir im i h tihave ubLi tot
examines,. awil *eimuos nitiel. A delay
ia OR -.&. ...-;.>.r.. C




Ora m o:.... srwa '..s
alwa y t XLle w tatH orltftr!
o ht o r m deeMrms d to
ht. Th. bvst lAalways thei
Is. Papely a UM esi, IA
FERRY'S I

SSEEDS 9
fmys siat you m ey's Sctb.
retail hr linte Itywt.nt.tR.i
I Always thebeet d Anmil fr-.


LING WAH.

Firsi- ss 0ia003 [0110
FRONT .-r.,PALATKA, fuA.
First-class -fork guaranteed.
Work eone on short notice.


Palatka WoodJYar.
(NZAR G. & F. Di O.)
$ 0. EA1LS &:;CO., PnoPBrfad
"ISTM 2. OAK and ASB ISlW ";:
by -csl, '*Ot, trand or load.
Orders ieft an tkerlnan 1 Ste'al
drug store, iay Haro. and Weliu, "
*o.'s. ; roses, will receive prompts.
tention. .
Also, Trucklng, nflnt Iaa
ftod Bagoae Transfer.

r LADIES
1 F-FLI LE suS-..




ACKERMAN & 1"I '


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THE TIMES-HERALD. AUGUST 5.


THE TIMES-HERALD
PUBLISHED I-PRIDAVe.


CHAS. KENDALL, Editerud Propr nt0r.

*|U$CRITION RArt One ar. 1i.00. six
--L=----- --
uostbl, 5 Onits. 'rTree Menot, 25 Cents.
sbnerinptola due In .lvuarnO.

All aevnnrsing billlt h.o'-ei dlue pro rnts
*verr month, Rpeiltl nr'' *hrt tile payable
All .mnitaes ncv, o. ud I tie by expree.
mn 'i ordor oer roeetptered titer.

DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.

For Justloes of the Supreme Court,
R. P. TAYLOR,
Of Alaohua Connty.
F. B. CARTER.
Of Jao son O tinty.
For Sta'e Treasiurr.
J. B. WHITFIRLD,
Of Leon County,
-ojr Railroul Cotiitinlsloners,
I E. DAY.
O(f Alchua Cti0ur.0yv.
31 BIYAN,
Of U-('o Ha t1illiity.
JOHN L.. MORtIAN,
of H ciilolio ('iilnty.
SECOND CONORESS'N'L DISTRICT

F r on'r *'4
ROlUE:T DAVI-',
ol Puti'lallln (',unty.
DEnIOCRATIC COtNTY TICKET.

F r ititte S,. ittor,
E. S, 'CRIIL.
For tlc Legislattinre,
.101lN MrcAILLISTER,
J IH. ItTAI'.
For C'mIn T w ouir',


8. .1. KENNERLY.
For TMx <'olie,-tor,
F. C. BLANCHARD.
For Tx AA ,,mor,
OEO. F. HIlI'LARI).
For Members Countly Shltoli Board,
District I-E. W. J. PARRISH.
DIstrict 2- GEO. E WELCH.
District 3-H. J FOWLER.
For County Surveyor,
P. D. \WATKINS.


The New York Times has a sticking
editorial on the "lbrigbt business out.
look. It points out that, although the
country is at war with Spain, its re-
sources have not been overtaxed by then
expenses of the contest. When peace
is concluded, we shall have prepared
the way for reviving the commercial
activity of both Cuba and Porto Hico,
whose tremendous possibilities for de-
yelopmuent are wtll understood. The
trade balance, in favor of the United
States in its dealings with European
countries forth last fiscal year amounts
to at least $twO,000.(O.O. and this must.
be paid largely in gold. Accordinglyv,
there will be no anxiety about the con.
dition of the reserve in the treasury
during the present fiscal year. What is
more, the prospect for a repetition of
thb immense export trade of the last
year Is excellent. Large crops, it is
confidently expected, will again fall to
our lot to supply the needs of such
countries as are aflicted wiib ashoriage
in the great staples. "We produced*
too," says the Times, "$60).00U of
gold last year, and -:10,000 (- worth ,of
silver. Present business conditions are
full of promise.

Indications are that the season's out.
put of gold In the Klondyke region will
not be so great as was expected. It
had been cstlmmatid at lietween twenty
and thirty minliinns of dollars, and some


had placed It asR 4lgh as forty millions.
From latest +-1iis ILt is questionable if
it will exce.-ii ltie' n millions and may
go as low aii, ein iu.!;iorn. A writer in
the Salti Fancsco Chronicle a-serts that
the policy of ihe Canadian government
in demanding a rnyalty of ten per cent.
an all the gol minedl In the dominion
has i*l many l the mituers to conceal
the i'i',l n .i ti' ; eartuitau. Tlie
tax -n'i.-", i" FA. Ih *-' hi lt If Ihe ea*
repr. -*-n-i an ol111 iul f iV oi hOUt Ievn
milii sn.n. -ri h..-r1h.ui >p-irltd anod
thai '.. .I, er-le, It .e-'l e e**iprl'orvv
wil. ci\ i UI1.' to litteu lUini inui is a


The Houston l'ost sa)s One of the Th ere ure lull tinei ait Camnp Alger.
most encouraging and slgutalcant face a The boys behaved so badly in Washllg- U
of recent occurrence to the south is the ton that fuiloughs have been greatly ^^^ ^^^ -^. ^^^^^^
growing evidence of improved southern restricted. Visitors are scarce. De- POMONA.
public credit. Notonly arestate bond *ptprlng of going to the, front, the men
1P1osoNA, Aug 2.
of most southern states now readily s.eep mount of the time, when allowed. Dr. E. Pk mad buinss tri
taken, bearing a low rate of interest, Pretty girls with boxes of good thin .to Pala ka last saturday.
but they command a flattering premium are like ange a' visit now. The novelty Mr. Robinson,who has been working
in manyinstances. This was striklngly of the thing has wortioff, and the boys |In Pulatka, came home last Thursday
demonstrated only the other day when are "'stewing In their own grease." o account of illness. We hope lie will
a big batch of new Iouislana fours wa" soon be well again, that he mAy return
It re hard to circumvent a Texas mn* lto his work if necessary.
disposed of ati U .0ood f4ure above i-r. e
County bands in Texas baring per when he makes up his mind t(o doso.l- Mrs. Ludlow returned home last week
ceut., and even 4 per cnt. itiereat, areu thing. One of them who was deter- from a several weeks' visit to relatives
now sold esy. This fact indicates mined to have a Schblev in his family, and friends in Palatka.
now old ealy.ut was disappoted when the addition The Lepriest thunder ulotm of the
that the south and suiphert cotilitionti ts t was dtsailioil when t additionseason visited us last Sat uninv. Though
are becoming beLter known tiant fr- proved to be a girl, got arouudlhe tdaf- many trees were struck by lightning,we
merly in oni.iste monay. d culch s.' Clty tfy nnltiing her Schlovette. )have otl beard of any dan age bring
.. done.
One Il'aul R. Sledge, of Auu-i, ta Theeaythat no Miss Fanny Peck entertained hb r
Informs lit Chtonice of ,tlht cit, t woIder the ,ti la "A hot time in young friends and schoolmates last Ft-
tnforms lt CiloniMeti of that city say le h ohll town," atl Santilgo. General day evening at her home. Cikc and
the ,ack~onville Metrpon, thati Shalfter has won great victory, ls lemonade we :eered curing the eve
cotidl irsl the mate of Flond to0r, heen ill, has becn sallped lI the face ning. At the parting hour the guests
ldeadl than tile Spanis hull .ts Iwhchl bade their young hostess' good night.
the o.li.rs would ecn. iti.r shoulbl Iw a to cdrr -s tlelt, land Is now at and all returned to their homescarrying
they zlo to I'i:10 ir 1 I n uts will lih' <')1i~ w to with th in many pleasant tecollectlonis
knl'w hlw mailn t;t l ui tih lt ch i T ilint 'I't I)ol.)ud News |ays tile follow- of the evening.. I.
to li''tlt il terity t-live u tnrs in i.i: I- c.,t);i nt I llJIemiAs Alexandr: --- -----ti
lailthi ;dlid to ildo!olg life lie wi,,l h .Ti E Alexiiixlet'- 1 ill Jtack.so ville A Strong Nation
.li of .k oig witC ol. Consists of strong ntril andi healthy
women,audIhealthlAirtidst. engtl depend
in..r' kn s>-~ miiIIili; lth ti p' ill-a .1. lIn vIll .hoI+ '.. tl l } lil'Iere. M r. ol puro, rich IlowI) w il ill is given by
c an l t i ill i kaIll ittLt ita l t; t1lit. l;r I n i 1 hi .--;ti, aliy .t lt '" lat- lfood'ss rt.ap rii il'a. A nation whi lel i
; thalln i ti ll, ]ill, .ot I da. ,: JihN n' .lt titi .' tair s luI iI.s of iottlesof looT.'s Sar-
i ", olit -th Iz i wi- laln ,,i-rs. sa9parilla i .ve.ry yi'ar' is lying the foun-
l'tl. W,-h in ,Post -a: "Ac.ting dation for hltalth, thi' wi'lidoml ot which
wli surely show itself Inyears to coined.
lThe Titusville Advitae l last wick Ai\|utIl ;i.- ,,I ]N -reat press ----o
ti lite f1i i. i c Iithe d l C l food's Pills iar promipt. eftlefrnt,
l h thte tn always : liable, esty to tak,, easy to
\V. Davis htas len to v -, i g mlll \ t t ,1 ('t.v i a', ll- 'This oluc-n't jtl' iiy oleratl 25c.
lernig ti io t0 e t rom llle ris ,i t '\ ( 1 t o 0t t -i1 ti0 n i .i|llinll: It l tl "Inl )
pec'illv siht this re-.iiiiion I toil. ,, ,,itho trititedtdItil tlhei joh." IHOLLISTER.
lcrc-s l tisti- wek. 'ut weI1 'i ltil thllnk
lhe3 arc. nmute th n ihe dl-ucrl -I. T .'i N-ew ,,k tNrw n o ,kled l li ..Inl, Aug 1.
Mrs. r. E. nntl, of Marion county.
do know, howevt r, thatii o lmali s more ,. tenitit: -**yl ;e:-rt Scottile is nit s visiting her daughter, Mrs. -. A. Us-
acceptih,e to the people of Florida than longer connecteld with this newspaper." eel,.
our *'"ub," for he is a man in.A h lo ut it will it'luire much more than E. J, (;ay. of the Florida regiment,
the people have confidence, and one that to make thle Wor'd a respectable has been here after recruits, but did not
who will, and bhis, perfonied the duties paper. meet with much success.
of his high position with credit to him- Here Is a strange inconsistency In outtr Mtors. sa lolh v, of ami Is herell
self, his party, and his state."spend a month visit relatives and
self, his party, and hi sate." war regulations. If our army captures friends.

This has not been a party war. If an army and a city they Let nothing hut Mrs. Rachel Ostetn has gone to Ho
any particular party ts entitled to credit glory. If the navy captures a vessel chelle to be with her daughter, Mrs. L.
for whipping the Spaniards, it is the and crew of the enemy they get what is Mers, ho is reported seriously Ill.
known as l'prize money." The I utnam Baptist Union has just
Democrats. For several years they coclulided a most successful session at
hIave advocated the freedom of Cuba, a Since the war began the government l this place. Every church belonging to
subject on which the opposition was has bought 253 boats, paying for them the Uulou was represented by dele-
divided. In the elections this fa;l the ua.eas. "Temperance and Missions"
dividedpublic. n the electionsnot dar this fal the some $9,000,(00. The smallest are and "Sabbath Schools" were the sub.
republicans ,tust not dare to claim launches run by naphtha or electric en- jects ably discussed. The attendance
credit for the success of the American gies, and the largest are transports of was very large, and it taxed the hospi.
arms. It is a war in which men ol all 8,100 tons tality of our good people to provide for
parties, creeds, and conditions have en. s-- -- so great a number, but tt was accom.
tered heart and soul. We believe the In proportion to population, Texas pushed to the entire satisfaction of all
people understand that suchis the case. bha furnished more troops for the war present. The next meeting of the
than any olher state. Texas payseach Union will be with the Providence
A hille girl who reads TiE: TIEs. enlisted man $7 a month in addition to the lat Sur day i O n Friday next.fe
IlEIIALD has this to say of the mier- his government pay.
chants who don't advertise: "We don't Dises of the Meoo" andS erm..
Will Mr. Weyler kindly consent to No one need suffer with neuralgia. Tills
want to buy at your place, we wont buy disease Is quickly and permanently cured
there any more; you'll be sorry when come out from under that SpAnish bu. dby Browne'Iron Bitters. Every isee of
the blood nervss and tonmach. chronic
you see us going to some other store. reau long enough to inform an anxious ior otherwise, succumbs to Browns' Iron
public juLs what he would do under x- Blitters. Known and used for nearly a
You ca', sell us any stale. goods, we ntiirter of a century, it stands to-ayv ore.
I ting circumstances. mest among our most valued remiedies.
have opened wide our evis. we don't Brownsilron Bitters i sold.by all dealers.
want to trade at your store 'cause you General Joe Wheeler has wiliten from
never advertise." 'uhla to hie uic'ntitueuts in the eighth *MELOSE.
Alabanma district 'hat lie will be a can- MLROSE, Aug. I.
From the Greensboio (N. C.) Record didate thi- ta' f,,r cogriieP,. The offman H Louse Is being eno-
we clip the fdoiwmi,: "-Sitv cars The list of Spani i ships destroyed vated throughout. It is to be newly
went through here to-dab, each cart all in the present war iwais like the bill of papered and painted and put in order
nicely decorated with patriotic flags, fare in a cigar store, says v Misslsalppi for the exectedtourist trade of next
etc., loaded with tob cco going from eitor. Winter.
Danville to Durham, where it is to be t Cotion picking has begu on a limit
manufactured .tn "Duke's mixture" Handsome nlemorlal Window. ed scale..
bythe company of that name, after A very handsome window has been Mss Bird Yorley has been selected
which it i Wbe o tha e af placed in 8. Mark' Episcopal church al teacher foi thie Ltdwith school.
which it is to be seut to the boys la the by the friends of the late Dr. George2. Miss Belle Cotipen goes toPolk coun.
army." Hawea, as a memotlil. The following to teach.
Is the inscription upon it: "In memory Mrs. King accompaniled by Miss Glen
It is astonishing how many men, oth. of Dr. George E. Hawse,Senior Warden ispding a s ou min Nova icotia.
erwie refined and gentlemanly in dle of St,Mark'scburebh,from l 90to 1896."
portment, are given to the habit of Repair Shop at Satsuma Helkhts.
swearing vu'gar.v. It is a *habil that ConStlpatlOn H.B..Jarvis, oneofB Sat nea liilhti.

to co .end ,, and if the vere mn ss to. o a general! r o it place.
it satnie son d 'oulader how seun'ele r were he will do all kino of repairing
.tid vulg s a habit it iq, he wseld break Hd We wish him suuces,Mtdhave on doub,
',ns,,.lf f it. that bhe wl, find his eaterlpape cel,
.. -.-...- .-... much eaon aged by b citllisens of hi
The TahlaassuM ssuya I n Ia being gies i l bsj, I. I mlty
.tm n ,ed for members uf ahw lgisla- ,* Tia'U 5 You sill t w ahaW hvw aMaceh ~g ',,-
'ue are far above twue of the last s- ee. .e nI tl 5ni. MM oad's Ik pagawi do yu unlik,
ston, or he avwing.gein ablllt. Irsepl's 0. L deO t (IsowU. M hass to try it. Iuy a bolts so day ind
*ion, or obe avii rage abtllty. Ii. e aly 4i9Hsts sldsi ssrs ila tiqil to take it -


THE' EXCIME CB *SYRUP CF BZ
isduenot only o the ir tIualiAy'a4 .
simplicity of the conballtion, !', Itao .'
to the care and sklll with which it I
manufaotured- by aslentiliu proce
known tathe CAi.IroRNIA FGi, d'a i3t'll" '
Co, ouly,and we wish toiitpri .suIpo %'0
-it, the Importance of pur.::isn! th ,
true and origin !l r'n-wedu-. As tht-." *"
genuineSyrupost'Fig., iisa in1ufacturedti.i,
by the CALIFroRNiA I'Fr; SSYn CoT., '
only, a knowledge of ;lhat fact wflr.*r-' .
ass'.it one in avoiding the worthleaqI.
iinitatios;]inani ltcture4 ltv other pa t'1..' .
ties. '1 no high stailln:, of the CALI' l ,` .
FoRaS: ,'0.a S-Yt'P Co. with the medil,; '
ctl rf.' !ession, and thie satisfactioii..'f
which the genuine Syrup of Figs '
given to millions of families, makt5-"
the nsumo of thie Company a guaranty,%t,'
of the excellence of is remedy. It L ..
fur in advance of all olr luxativei
as it auts on the kidnvs'-, li'er an't
bowelh, without irritating or 'veake .
ing them, andl it dot's nt'" gripe n 2A
niiit.ate. In ordcrtoget its bcneflcia .. -
tffet' please remember the inume.of-
theCompanny-- '. '.,
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. '.
MAN iftacIsel. (Ca,.
LOurTI'Vii.L., K. N ;w Oe, N.T.. '

Baptist Union Meeting.
The Baptist churches loctelh on th
east side of the St. Johns river held .,
union service, commencing oun Frida
last and endling on Sunday. The follow-,
ing churches were represented: OscaL ,
ohts, Eeulah, Seville, and Buirbersvilllq.
I'iiaor Stonits and Queen, of this city,
attended the meeting. The-e union. "
meetings are held about four times a,.
year. Their object is to devise ways
and means and discuss missiont.ry,teni
perance, educational, and domes .'.
miasion work ofthedenominatioin. TIh'
meeting just closed was well aittendet *
the ,isecussioua rose to a lofty plain ,.
thought, and much interest was avaf
ended. The meeting was held in A4,.
Olive church, near Hastings. The e. .
pie of that community entertainel t'l- .
visitors royally. It was a legul ir oldi,
time southern lay out. Several iead ,
beeves and pigs and chickens w;,l ri' .
the day that the Baptists met.

A Haunted Bicycle.
A strange but true and mysterious
storycormeefroin DeLand. Watts iro i.
run a bicycle livery in that city, incoup'.
nectilou with their hardware busine .s ".
This lirm has in its possession a whl6a
which was at one time owned oy a t. ,'<.
cycle crank who died. While this wal
can be ridden and managed as well .
any in the world for twenty-two hou s."
in the day, but from 9 to II o'cloct.k-
night no one has yet been found w '
is capable of managing it. A rider ,''
mount and probably ride fifty yard, -
when suddenly the steering gear will 1 '
wrong, and it is utterly impossible' td
anything with it. 'The wheel will t '
Into curbstones, fences, or anythin'p'-
that happens to be In the way, sad *' 1 "
rlJer, while he is aware of the fact 1bh ,, -
he is aiout tou ruj intolanobstaelIe, tsi ,.
helpless as a new beginner. This cotl -
has puzzi-d hbutlreds of riders ab*at., .
Del.and who have tried to master '
difllculty without the lest succei ,.
Snap tnots at a Grapph onL ,.
The graphophone Is to the ear w "s',
the photographic c camera is to the
and more, for the graphophone cat:l 1
Instantly and preserves every tint ..'
shadle of sound. A most interest lls'- '
use of a graphophone is to make re
of your friends' voices to th prefer
for future use.. You ean oatch the
of your jolly friend Jut as he told 1i ,
the favorite nsn gof some loved on ;l K:* '
as she Rang I, and hava it repr I
perfectly at any time, and as of .
y,,tlilease. Besides, the grapbop l t,
affoids wonderful aLtertaoniieat
way of re-produei giemusic of i
orche'rs, or voeal lor ,liitan .'
solointt. Np investim will
much in plautesia a the purchb t .
grapbnpho,,.. It Is the perfect
machines. Write for eatelorue ,
u, the C'4taumhl Phonograph Oom ,
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THE TIMES-HERALD, AUGUST'5.
Strong, steady nerves T1DEALI NG WITH .S'A 6N "- o eltlici t nau (iiitroluci PEACEtDOViE wasaiio tEcou fa IA ir
Jt re3LALLI!xV1 S.AI intolliguat and skillfujcookery into the A OV was a-ouT to eo ,'mo with Admural
Are needed for success ---ary.-PQoughkeepsli EagIu. C Dewey in a joint luitaiitt for the Par.
Everywhere. Nerves SENATOR MORGAN'S OPIMNIOpN INl VIDENCE render of the city to th Uui:nd St tel
DepTnd s ly solely. TEMS .. .. ..
Depnd simply, solely, A Kansas boy tb6dgWrited home:" We SesNegotiations,, rLooking Stoppigr o
Upon the blood.$w, doattT, too..wth hav evtrytBtng we need iert at Camp negotiations Looking to Stopp It was announce. in W:,.hingtou
Upon the blood.W ,we shou*tHold Al lo tor~yo0 Whl Thomas, and lots of cold cash has been of the War Under Way. Monday that Pro.4iilnt McKinlcy would
Pare, rich, nourishing rFlag ab B Bolstedl. e Say** thrown at the birds le pay day. If call. an extra seiion of congress, il
Belleve In Zxteondli.Oea. lseiniaty the Kansas woiMen want to do some- Prohb61e Tir,,ms Discnu-ed. Spain accepted our peace terms, to rat.
Blood feeds the nerves S Fr.r Posibl.. thing 'fr the. Tweatyrflrst, let them WuhiUgton officials stated Wednes. ify the treaty a ndin g hostilities and pro*
And makes them strong, I, line with the Arnaillng publls send best wishes, but beg of them by all day thai no formal reply would be made vide a stanuui army itlocieu,,tly largs
An makestn em strong. term1 f peace, Senator weaw to keep tee tlghthrtsitut home. to Spain's peace nmesse until after the to occupy Ouba, -.erto Rico und the
SThe great nerve tonic i Morgan, the ranking eber of the A rel soldier has Jess use for night- regular cabinet meeting Friday. a Philippine.
s committee orn, foreign relations, aid o airts and umbrellas eban a brown Pig The day was given over to a discus-. 11.Mes I.stilr.t at Poe,,,e.
Hoods Sarsapa ie New foreign correspondent has for a mustache. We would be corn- sion of the probable terms. Among the According to a dispatch received Mon.
e itHood's Sarsapariaothe York y: o pode pulled t was ghtirt, and we are nny program advanced, this. seucd day from Ponce, island of Porto loo,
S"I would say to piand to theull p fatigue ap police duty l the most likely of adoption: Genera) Milei was waiting on reinforce.
t he blood rich and world that wherever ld star *aud Y." ri uin A demand by the United States that ments (then hourly expected) heforead.
Pure, giving it power stripes have been set up-at Sauntago in Cuba be freed, the cession of Porto Rico vaucing on San Jaan, the capital. The
Cubea, (Ouanio in Porto Rico, Manitj as a war indemnity, coaling station" i Amn'rianm troops wre reported In good
To feed the nerves, the Philippines, in the Ladrones..th' NEW S RO the Ladrone and Caroline ielnudg. hia th.
Carolines-they stand for. the ,obver. The dispositlonof the Philipplues ap. A'AfL TA, July 'i .-The contract for
Hood's Sarsaparilla eighty of the Unitedctate. I would ALL POINTS pexared to be the stumbling block. Sca.e a camplag place for the 3,W00 recruits at
Cures nervousness, Insist that Spain cede her sovereignty labored holding the island peria- Fort Ul*'herson has been swgadl here.
over alt thcse to the United States In neatly, while others thought the inter- The mn go to Lithia Sprines. The
Dyspepsia, rheumatism, any treaty of peace. The-purposes for Important Eveqts of the Week ests of Ameritta would be best served bv contract is lor'70 arres of grounir anli ii
Catarrh, Scrofula, which the United Stat'is went to war Past T' rey Covered the ioSsessionof nothing more than It with J. S.I.unmes. It includes the
Arll sclro fa, have been fully and explicitly declared, coahn. depot there. 2; acres of Chautauqua park, and 81
And all forms of but we are not responsible to Spain nor. ('auban .trny O(rd.r,,d I,in. acres ailjacent, wh;cii :s the pr-perty of '
Impure blood to any othdr power for our method of Througli lat xl.Land. Secretary Alger gave orders Thurs- E. W. Marsh & Ot. The movement of
r, -- deliverance. We should bay to l#in it ATLANTA, July 30.-Major John A d(lay for the removal tIreu Santiago do recruits will begin at once.
33 .mflPI mumAn is none of her business how, utter tlhe 'itten, .promilntnt hardware dealer Cubita of all of (jGeneral I-hatter's virny MAtrITTA, July 2'. Georg
exigencies of war have put these islands this city, died at Walter's Park salta us soon as the men. iu the ,lierition o,' t ith, (4or-ge Unt' rwol, Will Cole.
Mils Is KE LUC lA others in our posseion, whether wu rium, Pa., after ,having been, it 1 the ,.,ainuanding bilhr, nigiu sa' .i:v miand, Bill Evert, aill negroes, are
keep themI a itsudemnity, because of our health jor over year. Iroughlt b -k to aii o0 ilM .,tihi under 'a-rest here charged with break.
M L L I E \ idea of duty to the inhabitants of thprm ASHEVILt., N. C., July 21 .-uener.t. P oiut L. 1. n t rr
tobring tinu better and freer govern- (I M. Randall and P. 8. Hoyt have i. ,,n r;l Mlh-s '...I'a '.e. had been left near this pla e while the

And Fancy Goods. no t iAin it l t'it Wei n. k" h- w t, r ,, ,t I ,.r.,,e,.,i
An I ,Good |,,,>s. lno ,. ,tion ofInden ',ity with Spain. I after a site for a Un itedStates army i partnvii;, 1 rlay that; l1., i,rt4t lfPone-.. train if] (v,.V a st,."ll .Huitilta.i. "'hi
Ila in llock el nt and h do not kn that w have any right to eal p. A tract of J,200 acres is dlepirt d island (of I oro) lo o, li urrCIIWI ra:re1 i our, which
lied line (1 Ail l ,ods p niti r, sk cli.. it, lh 1. Sit has not injured us t l A r Tf ,n., July e, ,ir,.n t ,nim ,ndir unx i, .c a '
the Millin, V th-i ,, Ie i,, and e dclaflred war (i her MN E iAi., Taol., July 2.-vJ io to 'tul nt.i r 1) ll,,1 h, ,ax.,h:ti weIt. : ,vI.,. 'n y ,wa "
l.xperi, n er TrimN,,, n hr. i \nTrim -r ruWlit.rr tir v. ,t these fet. R Stratosnof .renru-t.ersity, i31:wcr. ionity guxboa t Dixie ,n Vt,,,,in.Iav.. TI, i ,, July Tihe lellicI
.h trt i of"'Tri iunl~ -,.,a, mn ti. tv cou.lld u. -i telntly lideimHll indut.,i,,i won the cratoritd 'ltal ioup nshlp of ti. w.i s k ri i,.al n', ,,I i, t .\ulit iA. Coal ,u-i M it.nI.ig .1 ,t11, ,e!d its an-
A SPE'IALTY '"ul!- isortllll.ntI t ty is a d.ubtul( question, But we llao south here in a bril lntlot co NlIt till I tY 'welr'eho'd w :ilil mt;', -iI," iu.a' nua.l .ikli.eirs iw ';,.-in here.' The
STAMPED I,)NE'N EN tOI), aidFl I'.' no i, lmt if it anyhow. Dealing wiltL representatives faitu teve lecaiad, ca*l tua1.iilti ,o f the t.wn ,o l lt iLI c t, .; sto, .,itoch!dtrs oi na. il a piicu on theit
JiHOIDElEll El SIlKS. Saini tIr the Cttlt.melit of the prescint southern institutions. 1,a Thursdaiy altrenion. prop-, :y 1 the J>.ih ,) district and au.
Ilaving iecpliedl the, Aenncv for HI, cuonlict, I should ake just two de- MIAMI, Fla July 27.-The first deal The finish un luhed igh'lt i.ompa. thonri d the officers ,tif the company to
U L'TERI;'K PA rI'-',INS. 1 #sim iw iminds-thlat hoe cde to uis the Welt in the Second A!abuman since that esofthe -i lth l susttil ti 1 ellit to l the English ytditclitplanning
prepared t iill ul a.Iderl 1, for thi ".I I-lllies, the Philippines, Ladrones, Caro- inent was inustered in occurred wlthtni il i rewiint, but tIr e k i ] to moiopoizpoi thu Jellico coal fields, it
brated ptllter'. lines or whirev'er tl.se our flag has been R4oger N. Alstou, aged 24, a private itt a rlput d awl driv b'tLk a l the price nanied was fortheconming. II
Call or wrilpte l ,im r P-i planted, and that she oi el her prison companyy 0. Eufau'a, Ireathed his la." a rtige, ahert the 'lsh 'a. i s nuot known what lt.g::res were named.
heet. K \TE L IU' doors in all thiue islands to those con- in the division hospital, a victim 1 charg-d anti tru rlu Iitby ou or ATLANTA, Aug. I.-Lieutenant Rich.
W NT AN EDUCATION? Yutd there, for spli- ticl ot'tsest" typhoid ihe enemy rert ratd to Yunco, h. moad Pearson Hobsin, hero of the Mer.
nbftolvAomeoreDpU A mntto Not YoUhave ( therep(,th tht the PI:,ESIoN, Ga.., Aug.A 1. A white g four. de.d on the |ic ingd fevdrdl rimac exploit at Santiago, passed
w' hyaottake I esynn'by tl It. ti.a..l.t.1,1.6 United Stattes cannot be permitted to wol;ian, Mrs. Mctuirt, killed her hIt wounded. Nonel of or I, aere li,,.~ through Atlanta earlyy this morning
ht m Me ai bI n s. i, n M [khIIr h it o t N neofoultrlt.,t nititt. hallll ,
lthermat matk,. n ',,, annex the Philippines-thua they mwu.t band by knocking himn on the head, aud only three'sglihtly wlundld, enroute to visit his mother in Lithia'
S el,'Wr h ,,, .t.'lr ,-, remain with Spain" with a plank, seemingly without prove. (abllt Nei \ i,-',.s,,, 'r,T,.s. Springs, 00 miles west of here, where
M M GOD W IN, Well," slowly said the venerable ion. The woman's age is ); tio The abinet Fiday "' discu.d he will spend a e of day. Not.
sVA. Veantor, his jaws coming together titan', was 63-i. 'lhe tragedy occurred 4 y withitauditg the hour 13:10 a. m.) at
squarely and firmly, "that would only miles west of Preston. I preldendt's auswhr to Sp:in's Ilte pr* which young Hobson reached thin city,
nmakei me more certain to keep them. I posal and reached the following dt
reckon thosecountriescan't manage our OPELIKA, Ala, Aug. l.-W. J. Bus- cisilou: quite a crowd warLily greeted him mA
business for us. When they went over bee and A. W. Meadows, whites, and The al solute ,T-remiier of PLrto IiiC' the depot.
to dlistwuber China land take possession John Hull, Will Floyd, Tom Combsand to the United States. SinEFITELD, Alit.. Arz. .-Roselk
of certain ports and the surrounding Charles Morgan, negroes, were seriously Recognition of the ii;depenidane s c Smith & Co., owllers Ot ihu Daisy follel
territory, which was done merely for Injured in a race riot near Cussetta, be- Cuba. mill, which has Ien operatlln' extea*
-Ma.iltlfacturer ori-o- the purpose of directing the currents of tween here and West Point. Politics Qession of one of the I.dlrone island' stively in this I.)lnI, has ..:gne trade into western Europe and to keep was the cause. Several arrest& have to the United Stattsasit coalingtstatliOn Lack of capital to ella),e the lirn to
WagonS, Buggies, theri away from this country and Eng. been made. and the ceision to the United States of carry a large grain Strok on hand wal
antl- land, we didn't mix in. We might have TUSCALOOSA, Ala., Aug. 1. There at least a coaling station in the Philip' the cause. Known liabilities $I,.00; so
Vehicles of all Kinds thought it was ungenerous and unkiud, was a freight wreok on the Blockton pines. sets estimated at $12,.000. Efforts will
but we said nothing. Now we demand branch of the Mobile and Ohio railroad, Our Aiswvr Ment to Spain. be made by citizens of Sheffield and the
Blacksmlthk Work, Horsm Shoolie that they shall return the compliment between Eolaine and Scottsville, caused M. Cambon, the French amnbasadni proprietors to resume running the mill
Expierenced wori-teent t Ili large. autir, and not interfere with us in the Philip- by cars being carelessly loaded with in Washiington, called at the White very soon.
.in giarainte-ed. pines. But thcre is no gritat danger that lutubur by sawmill men. Conductor B. House Saturday clothed with full aun N I VILL, July 2.-Dr. T. A. Ged.
Second Street, opposite Court flIu. they will," said the benalor reflectively. J. Tinsley and a negro brakeman, Will i thority to act directly for Spain in tih des, inspector of the United States do.
IALATKA. FA. A"If I were charged with the duty of Washington, were killed by being eanght peace negotiations, and was handed .. partment of agriculture, has recom.
replying to the Spanish note," Senator under the lumber., l answer of this government to .lautild mended to the department that the
Morgan continued, "I would confine CHICKAkALIA. Ga., July 30. The While the text of the reply could not national quarantine line be so changed
myself to i suggestion but the United movements of troops from Camp' be obtained for publietion, the gen as to place the northern tier of counties
Miracu ous ene Stutes was rtady to consider proposals Thomas Is temporarily suspended and eral conditions were: in Georgia above the line. Dr. Geddes
REOEIVOD FROM of peace and would like to hear what all the commands have settled down to The United States to hold the city ol makes this recommendation after a per-
Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure. pain had to offer; i the meantime work a thouh they were here per Manila, it y td harbor, pendingth sonal investigation of the Texa fever
that we would push te war Just as neatly. Many of the officers and mien determination of the future governs station in northern Georgia, which
hard as we knew how and extend oUr now express the belief that the pe ment of the whole Philippiue islud w mationde at the suggstionorgiaon, whiress
sovereignty as far as possible. I greatly negotiations will prevent the mtti here group. m. ..
fear that the Spaniards are ling tlh from seeing active service. The absolute session to the United
peace proposition to gain timeA ad lay M July ,t States of Porto Itico ind all islands it FIVE DAYS IN A DUNGEON.
the basis for farther complicationii Al. MoSla July 29 --ilg :u. ..a l I the West Indies, save Cuba. --
ready, I stc by the dispatches from Ea. al-ter dht himself thrto u .r. le t ein 1 Relinquishment .y Spain of sover.- ow Iobsn and Bi Men Were Treassed
rope, srhe is protesting against oooUhp. cE-aldedh hlf ah o1'a i. ie a tt be' tarity in Cuba, the United States at santi-go.
tiou and conquest of tetritlry mince the chief deputy Ili theottf cof ie Lttie I to exercise control there until a stable Naval Constructor Hobson has been
SUunited States was advised of her dell States marsul for the pst ,tive ear government cou.dl be established. furnishing recently some interpeting in-
to sue for peace-to make them no b wwas displaoidea ways ago Ther. Acquisition of a coaling station in thI formation to friends in Washiugton of
S' avail. I hope the president will not be is no cause assigned for the deed excupi. Ladrone islands and p,.riapa the Caro- his imprisonment at Santiago. It was
\ influenced by this new condition to le his broodit over jbe loss of his pos i lines. not commonly known that for four or
up in iny way in the vigorous prosecu- tikn. He wad 0 years of age. I No assumption of Spain's Cuban au fte days he was confined in a small,
tion of the war nlutil Spain anuounees ATl.NTis, Jufy 80.-Charle Haynes,' Porto Rican debts by the United States. unvoetilated, loathsome oell in Morro
how much she is willing to give up to foreman oan a new 10 story building No war indemnity frtui 81in. Castle. Hie could not have long survived
have no quit." going upat the corner of Forsyth and No Coisa.tlon In the M'ar. the inpfl sonuent and undoubtedly
__ '--__---__ --- Walton streets, was shot and alaoat tin American and foreign diplomats ex would have died as the effect of this
'.' COOKS FOR THE ARMY.' stautly killed just after quitting work pressed the opinion Sunday that an an. cruelty and hardship had it not been
LI P. BABCOCK. of Avoca N. Y., a fo~ the day by tbert IAwis, whom he swer from Spain to the peace tern,' for the intercession of Admiral Cervers,
veteranof the 3rd N. Y. Artillery and The Aet of Congreu ECoabling Their E a- hba discharge lot 'tlltged drunkenes outlined by this government aturda who inspected the quarters and ater-
for thirty years of the Babcock & llstmuent ls Commieded. and incompettucy, The murderer is and by the French altbasador cable, i, ward insisted that the military com-
Munsel Carriage Co., of Auburn, says: "I One of ihe last taot of congress before der arrest, bt refuses to talk. to Madrid could hardly be expected be mander should provide Hobson and his
write to express my gratitude forthemitme- adjournment was the passage of a luvw ADAIRtsVILL., f .. July 28. The fore about Tdeoday. men with better and more civilized o-
lous benedt received from Dr. Miles' Heart authorizing the ienlitment of cooks in peach cop in the orchards comprising Meanwhile it was stated by Washing. oomodations.
cure. I suffered i or year.us res.ultotarmy both the regular army'und the volunteer the North Georgiat fruit growers i ae ton officials that there would be no sus Hoton says the chagrin and anger o
in the worst forma, my lcmbs wellsd from service. An army of strong men, well surplus one this year hy fully 50 per pension of hostilities except 1ron t the Spaniards at endingg they had not
theanklesup. Ibloated untll I wasunable cared for, can defeat twice ltsuumber cent. There is absolutely nosale for all advice of full acceptance of our conad destroyed a battle9hip in thelrattackon
to button my clothing; had sharp pans of sick, dispirited and ill fed oaes. And of the fruit this year. Cincinnati, tions and as an earnest of thipdetertIi., the Merrimac probably incited them to
about the beart, amittlh-rlng spells and In all these eleisontst of strength none Clevelaqd amtd other markets which nation orders were titned for an entire the ill treatment of himself and the
shortness 6f breath. For three months I is more important thsn the food. Just bave beea lisitdligi f r fruit telegraph army division under General Witde t otter prisoners of war. The Spanish
was uahble tottie down, and all the sleep I as plenty of food lI better than ear that the supply' is greater than the de-1 reinforce Miles in Porto Rico, who, a l outial at Santiagl6 opposed they had
got was in anurm chair. I was treated by city so well eoo ed foad is better than .a. lst accounts, yas rMsting at one. sa nk au American battleship and tha
this bet doctor but gradually gro wore. that which i1 ll prepared. Indeed IA ., fiJ 29. The British Mgerrio Arrilv.s ct C.ttvte-,r flobson and his men were the only n-
About a year ago I commenced taking Dr. that whc is l 01 duJt e rateo d. that s BBAritNs Mrr' l t t a t. ylvors of the ship. It was also under-
le New Hear cre and saved myte y bodyof o ml id o. Uancy odtions that-tea1sh Adtlat, sclitued off Guanta- Major General Wesley Merrit.' s. o tha th tion of te Britah o.
ls 'ltbatB reale." I.M. .serve t ihthe m sdi i namo bay by the Marblehead, hau been A., notified the war departuienu St, l aati Stpgoi operated to have y ob.
a sDr. bt1' Readll mm r rlis an diested u declared a hliwful prize pt war by Judge day of the -afe arrival at Ca tie, Philip. se at1hi n tre Seasd with decency..
rei old b all dru,se S' thar s'e mber with more aty Emory Speer. She bsihegs to the Atlas pine isands, of the trauport.I Thq Brit.ish cons.ul performed a c.
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f .JOH NSe N'S wmoug ... | *( l OB r e- Gno etal Merrit aguald l h tions I At e the. -
g*~ t a 'Ia a hotvlb they c. ee e tst(dIt 8 tior ly bsurden. he was troops under his eeapad. "- service in hisin tee Washiagla
deas oIL A ND t u.ointo ot st PI a m.t Al apptaf tO Alb uprme opurt bold at titude of wdefianch e tard .this ". .th e aite men. ,hi a-


aer ^mf 4ddrmllc tr b. .... .. ... p.., ot--f h5?' lMoml--- T, ,,,factory a.l.. a... .wl .g $ clced o brl ttnill, ba m* n
FErv ONessre. A e Mas ) m' }S S of '. .. .. d "- e w uld take a thne faoc frouaths o at--. .' a- -iily tt.
.oe emuagd __w tL de e7erat i ofb tlbk War de. (Te l Merarl aaus ca5e l W.lgti .Ih h .A a. -b.
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N Ogg OD THE TAT I Tobacco "PFirtng" Wthe Suclk r F. C. AP*s god WorLk.
H W OF Crop, JaSkTTlle, tropolis.
Fartnereat Fruit-irower. As a resa4 of the free distribution of
Out exchanges from Qulcy and San tobacco seed to progressive farmers
Matco speak of tobacco beig seriously along its lines in Georgia and Florida.
Florida News Culled For The injured ad in place killed by scalding the Florida Central & Penilnsular rail-
Times-Herald Readers. owing to the heavy ratnfull and hot sun road company wllf handle thousands
coming upon the beels of the long upon thousands of pounds of leaf this
drouith. Where the plants are actually full. The industrial agent of the com-
killed, of course there is no help for ii. pany, under the direction of second
Some f the More Im- only to plow them up and replace with vice-president 1). E. Maxwell, began
0orant Events. young plants fre the seed beds. Ther, the distribution about two ears ago.
The mayor oi Tampa has forbitlen is, fortunately, an abundance of time It is veay gratifying to the farmers who
The sale of watermlon inthat fity. )et to raise a second crop, the principal tried the experiment, as well as to the
h saleofwaternlo i that cit. dliculty ig tha vrm will b railroad company, that tobacco.growl g
The monitor Florida will be fltishbd worse at this season than easier. and has been establlshbd all along the Flor-
within the next two years, at a cost of wa 1 denuiud ceaseless vigilance on the ida liTes and in Camden county, Geor-
1 ,'2.3i,000. part of the planter. gia,and interest is increasuig each year.
Postmaster Rlitchic e-tablished their Our plinciial object in writing thil, While at Starke, Florida, on the F. C.
tree delivery system ut St. August ti article is to give the planters some hint., & P., this week, a Metropolis corres.
nu August 1. is to the best method of saving and pondent learned that many farmers who
i)iitngigii to perfection the second or had depended almost entirely upon the
The Sanfoid ice company isDuttiU u I rto Thiin important because orange crown prior to the disastrous
in new niachinerv, increasing the ca- nw I, i tle cic of a loss of a part of freeze several yeurs ago, have planted
pacity about live tons daily. the l't growth, this wd! have to be the tobacco and made good cropsand a flue
At Miami Fridl,v there was ever i3.- imou de.pendence for revenue for the quality of cigar leaf. Starke is an un-
700 sent in poItifilice money orders b) year; aid the seco:,d crop on wcl;- ortaut strawberry center,and now that
the soldiers to their friends at home. iin:aged'l Tant m, inm y be made to con tobacco is jgettitg to be a euccesful
A colony of Orange county pedole tribute a VL iii.mpitaut adlitiou to tbh crop thereadouts the town will have
consisting, of six families have moved output. better patronage.
to the ThousaLd Islati on ithe west In hot, siowery weather, great care E. H. Mulder planted fifteen acres it)
oeast must be taken in cutting yff the old tobacco this year and will barvestabout
stalk wliich l,s been stripped. If it le ten thou-and pounds. Hils crop is the
The East Coast lumber company, of .ut off anit he wound Lf naked the celebrated Sumatra variety and will
Watertown. have received ait are llil- bchnice are that the sun will kill the make fine wrappers. The price for
ing a government order fo: 3004,I,i fec' plant, root and biianch. There should such leaf is from 00 to75 cents a pound.
of lumber, be a clump of leaves at the bottom ol fle expects to realize a profit of 100 per
E. 0. EA'..s & Co. will sell you a the plant sullicieut to shade andl protect cent. on his iuvestmcut. Mr Mulder
lurge lond of Dry flue, Aho ( t], lithe wound. And this is ctqlcia.ly ruie is an expert gr)sior ol the weed, and
Wood to ily part of the city for '1l if the wounhal i it.s slope facing the has encouraged many tarmiers in ltd-rl-
When you neued wood call up 'hloutr ., sutli, so that the sun woudl abine right ford county ts experiiiient with the ti-
A cotrcspondent of the Oca;a Bauner into the hollow center of the stalk. In dustry.
says it is reported that F. G. Sampson, this cati it seems to poison or sca:d the Home-Seekers' Excursions
of Bouiatdman, will shake trucking and I ithand the smu'redal probably silks home-Seekers' Excursions.
ant tobacco on a le scale next year. right down the center a d kill the plant On the first and third Tuesdays in
Ulatto the extremities of its roots. It is July, August, September, and October,
.Judge Pulling is housing the second important to cut the stalk with the slo- 1898, the Chicago, Milwaukee, & St.
crop of the Sanford Tobacco Growing & ping face to the north; but is :till movie Paul railway will sell round trip excur
Curing Associa-too, ind it is in better important to have the wound shaded, sion tickets (good 21 days) from Chica-
condition, and of much finer quality, If thote are nc caves growing in the go, Milwaukee, and other points on it.
than the first. right place and it is hih.timc to cut the line to a great many points in South
Delay is dangu,.rus-wc hn you tave a stalk, a bunch of leaves may be laid over and North Dakota, and other western
Cough or Cold, take l'EEK',s PINE the wound, but the wind will be likely and southwestern states, at about our
TAR YlXRUi' at once; it will cute t blowthtm off. If they remain oil fare. Take a trip west and see the
quicky. Peek's Drug Store, Lecion they s oul.d be removed in a few days, wonderful crops, and what an amount
street opposite court house. else they will rot down In the rain and of good land can be purchased for a
A contract has been let at IDaytona to create mold. little money. Further information as
build a pier about 700 feet out into the Buecke's AruneaSa've. to ray be route, prices of arm land to atc.
ocean for convenience in fishing, boat- The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, coupon ticket agent, or by addressing
ing, etc. Also for the buildingof a pa. lruisc, jMres, Ulcers, Salt Rhe, coupon tickhe following, or by addressing
ilon of a tasteful dsig, 3060 feet Fever ores Ttter, Chpped Hands,n ederon
over the shore end of bhe pier. This Chilblaens, and all Skin Eruptions, W. E. Powell, general Immigration
pavilion Is to have thirteen bath room and postiely eures Piles. or no pay re- agent, Old Culony building, Chicago;
.leueath, ,,tired. It inguaianteedlto give per H. F Hunte, immigration agent for
feet satisfaction or money refunded. South Dokota, 291 Dearborn street,
The prospects for fruit this year are Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Chicago; or Geo. II. Heafford, general
very good in O-ccola county, consider- Ackerniot & Stewart. passenger agent, Chicago, Illinois.
ing the long drouth. A large number
of orange groves are bearing again and Tobacco Briefs. A CLEVER TRICK.
the crop will probably be 20 or 25 per The following tobacco notes were It certainly looks like it, but there
tent. of what a full crop was before the stolen ftom handsome Jehn Crosby's is really no trick about It. Anybody
freeze, Many of the trees have grown San Mateo Item: can try it who ham lame back and kid-
to about their former size, and all evi Mr. Gee. Leonard, of Hastings, has neye, malaria or nervous troubles. We
dences of dead wood are gone. sold one bale of his '97 brop fillers for mean he can cure himself right away
'ILi tollowiug figures give an idea of 50 cents a pound. by taking Electric Bitters. This med
the amount of work disposed of in the Mr. T. B. H.ckenlooper writes he is lcin tones u the whole system, ats
United States laud office at Ghinesville still cutting and curing his tobacco crop. is a blood purifier and nerve tot lo. It
during the quarter ending June 30: lie will get a fairly eood yield, but ball cares eocstplarion, headache, tainting
Cash entries, 41, covering an area of and worms hurt his crop quite a little. spells, sleeilelsons and melancholy.
46,817; homestead entries, 13, com- Mr. S. W. Rowley spent the most of It ls.purely vegetable, a mild lailtive.
prising1,649,995acres; fin' proofs,174, the week at Lake City and Quincv in and restores the system to Its natural
covering an area of 2,094,999 acres; the interest of tobacco. He expects to vigor. Try Eleetrio Bitters and be
state selections, 1, embracing 016.43 have competent men, and his curing convinced that they are a miracle
acres; railroad selections, 2, covering house here will soon be in full swing. worker. Every btttle guaranteed,
27,741 acres. During the quarter 2,074 Mr. Rowley will cure most of the tobac. Only 50 oents a bottle at Ackerman
letters were received, and 2,607 were cogrown on the East Coast line between and Stewa-t's drug Store.
as filed. South Jacksonville and Miami. Malarlon Is endorsed ,. best phvl..
The more careful a man is in buying, A Narrow seeape. elan and guaranteed tooure chills, eo-
the more skeptical be is in selecting his Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada ver and ague, All druggists, or from
Vants, the better we like it. He will E. Hart, of Groton, S. D., "Was taken Mofflt.West Drug Cop, St. Louis.
then more fully appreciate the BUCK with a iad cold which settled on my
then mor fully appcate the UCK lungs. Doctors gave me up saying When wear begins to exceed repair
SKIN BREECHES. He'll see at a could live but a shorttime. I gave my- in your'body you amegoing tofallsick.
glance how carefully they are made. self up to iny Bayor, d..termnined If I The signs of it are: loss of flesh, pale
When he puts his hands in the pockets could not stay with my friends on neas, weakness, nervousness, ete. The
he'll find a printed guarantee which earth I wtul t meet my absent ones repair needed is food. You think you
says; "If not as represented your above if My husband was advised to eat enough, and yet you feel that you
money back. They couldn't be more- getDr. KIons New Discoverylor Con- wear out more tissue, energy, nerve
they'll never be less." umptiom, Coughs and olda. I gave it foThe tlnM your food makes inor o4
a trial, took In all eight bottles. It has enough. And thil Is so Oertous it is
fow's This I cured me, and thank God I am saved worth sitting down seriously to think
We effer One Hundred Dollars lie and now a well and healthy woman. about. Ify an't dKt wk s you
ard for any case of Catarrh that eat Trial bottls free at the drg toreol tve Cordial. The fsoet of It will be
Tt be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Aokerman & Stewait. to inerease your flesh *ad make you i
1. J. CHluliY & Co., Proprietors, Regular size 50 cents anad $1 00, guam. feel stronger. "oU won't lahl sik.
Toledo, Ohio. anted or price re'nded. Proof that it is in eotrol of your e-
W., the adersigned, have knows at lo t s fera self. oue beot
P, J. Cheney for the last 15 years, anuc: Skin Dlseases Oured. ties of Shaker Ds tLve sordhl.
believe him perteetly honorable in at for the oure of tetter, itoh, ecsemeu, At drugglitts, pleeo10eot to i per
siasl trasisactUons, and flsanctialli erysipela. and all irratihility of the bottle. I
ble teo carry out any obligations Wad skin, Dr. Ed.oud.on's Beasma Cure
S a .,a- Wholesale Dug-, I the standard. Add,.. Dr. Frank JOH NSON'S
Toledo, Ohio. | Bdmootau, Atlanta, (a. Pree 50,
WansM, KIar M s p.r bottle. mll-lm CHI LL AND
Welesals Dtrrb is, Toasdo, Ohio.I
halse Dtanrrh wine atite Ma irnotn with Malarton Tablets gnar FEVER TONIC
Mting directly a the blood wanted cure for ehill, fever and 1sgu. 5 e ,
s us p ar mows. of llM J or money rentaded. 80 cents, All *
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Cheap Summer Excursion Rates I
All Infornimation can he obtained iprimly by adldreissing or calling on
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B. W. WRENN. Passenger Traifle Manuager, savannah. Ga.


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It causes the oil glands
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nature intended.
It cleanses the scalp from
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It makes a better circu-
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II Prevemis and il
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Ayer's Hair Vigor will
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there is any life remain-
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It restores color to gray
or white hair. It does not
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short time the gray color
of age gradually disap-
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Would you like a copy
of our book on the Hair
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SIt yo do not obtain all th e benefitsl
ye aipted fronm h us of the Vigor
It* 6(h=i Dotor hut It.
Address, DR. J. C. ATER.
Lowell, Mass.



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RECEIVED FROM
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ELI P. BABCOCCK. of Avoca, N. Y., a
veteran o. tk ad N, Y. Artillery and
for thirty years of the Babcock &
Muunsel CaMisle Co., of Auburn., says "I
write to espres my grtitudleforthemirsao-
lous benefit etved from Dr. lllea' Heat
Cure. I suffered for yea, as result oftarmy
life, from aeiltlcawhbiq afeted my heart
In the wonae form, my lmita sweUed from
the anklet up. Il'"oatsd until I wa unable
to button my cthlingi had sharp pains
about the lArtm. mothertlng splls and
shortest of beak For three months I
wirasunabletolle Ba eada all the sleep I
Iot Wast la a arm isr. j was tread by
the beet doetebaht sraduapIr pew am
aAhoeq I M Seamim inkiu. Dr..


TRAMPOFTHE WOUNDED

All Who Could Walk Had to
Drag Themselves to the Sea.

OUR KEN BORE IT LIKB EBOEBL

enies. Along the Path Whelp the atriehen
Soldiers Plodded In the oeenlight to.
ward lboeney-Plare Orit and No Com.
plaints The Weakened Men Were
Marks For Spatsh Shlaphootern In
the Tres.
The New York Sun's correspondent,
writing under the date of July 6 from
81boney, Cuba, describes the smees
along the path where our wounded sol-
diers plodded toward the hospital at
Siboney as follows:
Darkness had covered the first great
battlefield of the Spanish.American
war. The deud lay all about, unminded
in tho iroess to alleviate the wants of
the wounded. Sorrow was everywhere,
not because of defeat or disaster, for
American valor had driven the enemy
from their Iutrenchtneuts in the face of
a fire that might well hnve shattered
the ranks of veteran soldiers, but hIo-
oause to these farmer boys, these me-
chaunics, clerks, lawyers, dudes and
atilliunaires, brod to tho ways of peace,
the shetdlin iof so much blood seemed a
terrible thin,', in palliation of which t
righteous wnar for a righteous cause WIts
all but tinjtust. They were not used to
wnr, with its hllnidy trail of shattered
fli ib atnl id Ir.'t bone It was all too
hitrribleo whi'n robibedl of its glaniour by
stern reality, and so, (dtsite the vic-
tory (f the day nid the glory tlihy had
won. our i hlilirs were crushed and
broken hearted by tho loss that bad
been entailed.
And it was a terrible, pitiful sight
that night. Wounded were everywhere,
silently suffering. The shrieks anud
groans of Whlih writers of other battle-
fields have been wont to make so much
wero missing. Men pierced through and
through with Muser bullets lay in the
long grass of the fields where they bad
fallen or nuier the knife of the surgeon
in the improvised hospitals without a
murmur or a moan. They bore it like
heroes, but the agony was all there.
And those who saw it knew it. The
pallid faces, contorted with suffering,
told the story as plainly as though the
pain were shrieked from a thousand
throats and mado it all the nobler.
What a journey it was that night
from the firing line along the hill of
San Juan, where our soldiers lay on
their rifles, down the long, winding,
muddy road to Siboney, where is the
army's base I Here is the hospital to
which all the wounded must come
eventually if they be spared, and to-
ward it, from the crack of the first rifle
on this morning of the opening struggle
until the night merged into another
day, those not too badly crippled drag.
ged thoir maimed and shattered selves
in hope of aid. The field hospitals were
overrun. The ambulances were crammed
with men who could not walk. Supply
and ammunition wagons had been called
into service, but still they were not suf-
ficient, and so poor luckless devils with
broken arms, with bullets through their
chests, their thighs, their legs, crept
slowly in with a patience that was
marvelous.
From San Jan bill to 8iboney tbh
cireuitou road made necessary by the
mud and the mountains covers a. dis-
tanos of about eight miles. Formerly it
was scarcely more than a mountain
trail, sound enough under foot but the
traffic of the great army wagons las
cut it all to pieces and made it in the
lower places all but impaemable, esre.
cdally in the rainy season, now on. It
is not a pleasantourse to travel at beet,
but oppose circumstances had brought
you to take it this battle night. The
moon i up, and in the open Its silvery
light clearly marks out your way. VYo
start just at the bse of that hilU up
which the Seventy-flrst New York
charged so gallantly in the afternoon.
Never mind the deud. Siboney must be
reached before midnight, and the way
ii long. The road is level here and
mainly in the open, so you push along
quite rapidly. Before and behind and
around you are the wounded plodding
onward.- Some of them speak to you.
"How far Is it to 81boney?" asks one
young fellow, with his left armt in a
bling.
"Eight miles," you tell him.
"Thank God I have two good lep"
he answers and keeps on.
But he has lost blood, and Ih weak.
Ton pass hip. Others arearoudd. Une
big soldier Is doubled oar, making his
way painfully. *
"How far Is Ittoo aony?" be asks
and yo answer.
n ever get there tnib, bat I'll
try." beemys, adnon be limna *
BUlyo are the T trem

is fairly dry. The wallbthg is easy. By
and by yoo sae a feeort over a little
stream. e is the "bloody s "
The dead are all' about. Tt wounded
as duteed by the water. They *tf.
Twsds. They lap ft up grasMruy. salk-
Slo meabwhile.of the day. "
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The descent though war ma dnot SS. The land
is certain front rabs flee in their fiendish way from be-
weak lungs, fore your feet and with half an hour of
lingering steady marching you stand on the rough
Scoughs, throat riders' hill. To th,. right, just on the
bronchial crown overlooking the valley to the
affections south, are seven wooden slabs stuck into
through bleed. the earth side by side to mark where
lu luns ton fell th# first heroes in the campaign
if the first against Santiago. A wounded man Is
stages are eff. lying near the gravos. He lifts his beatd
elected. Thou- at the approaching sounds.
pit who are now in their graves would be Plaed out," he ay laconically.
alive and well today if they had'heeded "Shot in the shoulder. Finish the trip
the first warnings of those troubles which tomorrow."
lead to consumption and death. o omplint, no rgrtjust gri.
The hacking couh, ppitting of blood, omlnn r
weak lunis, and all similar troubles of the Fro this hill the road leads down
organs of breathing, will surely lead to into a thicket through which the sun
consumption,'if they are not lreat.- the never shines. The moon is drowned. It
signs ofIt.then there arethe otherio'iman, is as black as a cavern. Rocks, loose
rations of the approach of consumtption,
such as night-sweats, emaciation, cr'want. and jagged, ill the roadway and render
ng away of lesh froin bad nutrition, which, the footing unsafe. Branches reach out
if neglected, lead to certain death. from the brush and whip your face. It
Ninety.eight per cent. of all the cases of
weak lungs, bleeding lung, lingering and i uncanny. Btrunge (usects are singing
abstinate coughs, and other bronchinl and here and there, and far off you hear the
throat diseases, which have been treated call of the cuc(koo which so often be.
with Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov. tokens the prestnc of Spaniards lying
ery. have been cured by it. Do not wait
until your throat trouble becomes serious. in wait for the invaders. Then there
All bronchial and throat troubles are serf- comes the answering cry still farther
ous.n, The tie to take the "Golden Medi on, and ypu wonder what is going to
cal Discovery" is right at the start.
Even if your throat trouble has been happen to you. Your Imagination
neglected until it has been pronounced grows vivid. Dark figures appear down
pulmonary disease or consulon, do no the road. They look like men crouch-
hesitate to tiuse the "Golden Medical Di In A. They look lik erouc h
covery" for thousands of letters from th inK. A dash of moonlight through a
sufferers themselves, who are now well, rift in the overhanging clouds of trop-
bear evidence that the "Golden Medical ical foliage falls on the dewy blade of a
Discovery" will cure, even after good pph* palm and changes it into the gleaming
sician% have pronounced the disease pt Ibayonet (if a Snih soldier The s(,t'i~t '
mnary consumption. bayonet of a Spanish e Th
"I had been i routtlid with bronchitist forI v. of thl bloody dy just done have bi tll
er ears. writes Mrs ian O'Harnh Box 114. such as unstring nerves, and while ydit
F, riz, FillsIIOttertail CO.. Minn, In the first w
place i nid t)ore throat I ictiored with idiffer. chide yourself for your foolish fantci s
ent td)hyisiciani andi took varnio nt( iedicines, hbut
got ti rli t I raie fromnmy throat c you hurry along, hurry along, hoping
nisulataiice like the white of an egg Ciotl ta for the end.
sleep, anl hinad de lp my tind that I wiultl And by and by it comes. You hive
not -i '' thrrtigti the winter I laok t)r Pierce ',
;.oidei n Medical Di.-irv idni c ', favorite Pie reached the level sandy stretch behfiiil
scriptian '*alternately and i a few ay ga the ridge on which sit Siboney, alni
to .ee that I wan tie r I ti,,k eight tittll, I
have not frtt as well in years as since uing rounding the end through the ravint
thee itteliel ne"Io
Unfail:ble-i)r Pierce's Pleasant Pellets wlit'h cuts down to the sea you buhvt
for constipation and biliousness before you the tents and campfires of
the si;lliers at the base and the cottages
of the Cubans. It has not been a pleus.
said a wouundcdvolunteer to a psug ant jonry, but you have seen one of
regular, the' olinss of warfare, and that is much.
"That's vrhat we did, but they can onur lokw Blroes.
figtom, too," was te reply They'vetlfh inthickof tan upon their faces,
Ad tight oe tooof them have feckles o thir
Paust the first ford the road darkens to,.
and growsmuddy. The traes arl higher. They've sars andbandages in sundry places
They stretch baok in forest grandeur a A. proof of the attentions of their foes.
l a mile. l theyre.There are some who really ought to se the
half a mile, ianl they are deathatraps. hbarber-
They hide the bitterest, the cruelest, Their tailor mitrely never earned their pny.
the most unciviliztd fighters in all But we'd know them anywhere as our new
Chirstendom, the Spanih guerrillas Therthe nation honors. p,hoory
They are up in the tree tops sharpshoot- The ent atonho ip, horyl
Ing. Soldier or civilian, well or wound- c1onsa
ed, it matters not to them. A rifle They're omning home together
To t'iet us all again,
cracks and a bullet whines by your The en the nation honors,
head. You seek the cover by the road. The meo who conquered tIpaln,
side and make your way along as nilent. And when they march down Broadway
lyap possible., The wounded plod weari- We ltear the sky with cheer"
ly on, some of them too weak to bide. And gallant volunteers.
Every now and then yon hear that onc There isi Dewey, whom Augusti swore to
of them has been hit. Ocrasioually a murder,
soldier on watch fires back t the dis. Bu To han upo' the trsand with all his men.
tant irfldash and for a moment yon have And so he smaishe ot lotijo In his dena.
peace. Past auntiter ford you keep oin There Is Hubsoo earned the foomn'a admire.
your way, leaving behinil you the bill t lon.
He bottled poor Clevera up so tight
of El Poto, where Captain Grimes' bieldt] otwhen the Spaniard iadton desperation
guns opened the action in the morning Be ied to make his dash in broad daylight
As you go on the road grows WorIse l There's the man who osauht the Spanist
more weird. Up hill and down guiu it hipl s *"ping
runs, with mud a foot deep in place. And sent them all to Davy Jones' domain.
The feet of the wounded wayfarers liik Be kept the word he gave when frst he saw
them.
into the ire until some of ho r. ot one," he mid, "would e'er et bask to
helpless. They are grateful wbh:n you .paln!"
help them, and you push on. Ilere' Sthafter and his men from Bantiago,
It is more lonely now. There lanm They drew the lines so close about the town
one within siht or ou ether ead that all the brave defenders there surre
one within sight or sound either heai) t ded
or behind, and the road is once more And twenty thousand stand of amu aid
anen. You look across the inturly stul, dows.
bleat the woods beyond, anti you won -idney Reid ton New York Sun.
der if here, too, there are Spauish ahl ri- .
hurry, and on either side though tbe
palm there comes a cracklItg as branches being trodden untlcrfEot
Your blood grows cold. and then ytu t Every mother
smile to yourself i a sickly sort of way Wfeels an i n d e -
as you realize that the land crabs are scribable dread
running from you. They are plafirly to f cribabe r ad
be seen in the road now, big fellows. of the pain and
blue and black and red and yellow da n cr attend-
They hurl themselves heurit'(ly from alit upol ith :
danger in their peculiar awkward 'v vy most critical pe-
anrd yon buat then. for you know tLiit riod of her life.
were you dead on that spot within uu t' Becoming a
hour thece vermin would have picked g a
your skull as clean as vultures, mother should be
The never ending road still win(!' n a source of joy
through the wood with the wotuudol to all, but the
once more dotting It Three of them are suffering and
sitting on abowlder. Twottf them have danger of the ordeal make
been shot In the arm, the other both ili its anticipation one of misery.
the shoulderand the thigh. Henla weak
ending fast and the others are trying ito hiI RiFl
cheer him uM T E 'S IEp.D UIm flL
"Is aln't the pain," he says, "It's
the lossof blood that' killing me. How is the remedy which relieves
far is It now? Have we coae to the hill women of the great pain and sita-
where the rough riders fought?" feting incident to maternity; Ulis
"Not yet." answers one of the ol. hour which is dreaded as woman's
dites, "but it is very near. severest trial is not only made
"Well, I'11 get that far. anyway," l painless, but all the danger is re-
he man's repotem. and he strules to moved by its use. Those who use
his tired feet.
In the distaim there can be beard the this remedy are no longer de-
Jigle of a bell It comes older and spondent or gloomy; mnervousnsu
closer, and soua around a bend appears nauuse and other distseasio on- c
sthe head of a mule traln carryin g am- ditions are avoided, the mydeia is
muanitlo to the front. They will need rea.mdy for the coadg event,
It on the morrow. Behtindoomle nBber. d the aeiouls accidgetl em Cml.- *
g8 a ltf doe awagono, rrylg sup. s1 to the critical hour are w
plies. eaeb with eight powerful mules id b. tile t.- o Mo.1td w
haullag it through the miry road. The l t th etu o,
rvers urse enB eauhktheir whips. The a WMU. I
mule. struggle iit 4.gallopand plunge
down a bill Soam tih tinkle of the ae I
trainee Il ud e tlt he t unlder Of SM mm s
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or a cue of exhaustion, or beingta o
tome by heat. should always be pnrm*t6.
Id against by the bleyele rider ea 'g
Sflask of our high grade I. W. Nof g
whiskey. It e the finest and pr -W'g
whlakey on the market for medd
urpoesa. ad as an appetia-sMI ato g C
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Are Are your cheeks

You Ups white?
ae | Is your ,tppc :t
ppoor and your di-
gestion wa Is ;ot
S your fksh soft
p and have oti lost
, a wrightn l ls
Thtse art Zymptoms oi
anemia or poor blood.
I They are just as frequent
in the summer as in the
winter. And you can be
cured at one time just as
well as another.

Scoff's

Emulsion
of cod liver oil with Aypo-
pAosp ftes will certainly
.clip you. Almost everyone
can take it, and. it will not
disturb the weakest stom-
ach.
It change the light color of
;oar blood to a healthy and rich -
d. It nourkshesthe brain; gives .
prwvrcr to the nerves. It brings
la. e your old weight and strength.
All Dnttrgiats. '. aid St.
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THE TIMES-HERALD, FRIDAY, AUGUI


Eugland, GCrmany and Spins providing
dearly all. The American products are
too expensive and are therefore not'in
great demand. Wines In bulk also show
an iniease, but supplies of beer have
diminished considerably.
Consul Walker also reports some in-
teresting facts about hIrbor irprove-
'ments which were under way at Manila
when he wrote, He says:
1 inclose with this report a plan bf
the new harbor works at this port,
wiiich have been under constrnetion
now for some years. I am indebted for
the plan to the courtesy of the sutpri-
teuditq engineer, Sunor Don Bduado
Loper Navarro. Tihe works d when cow-
pleted, will be a great tL-;om to shipping
in general that have now to ride outside


"TheTrade of tho Philippine Islands n to roa steml or .y ,sn o two to
three milon frmni Mailit. ,Steame's
In 1897" is the title of an interesting drawing little water anulsmuall craft can
document which recently reached the enter the river Pasig. ThoNo eugaged
bureau of statistics. It is a report of in the China i itde uind ruinlug be-
the 'rltish consul at Manila, Rawsono twin HoFtnglong and lanlau") under the
Walker, and as it was ret' ived at thit British flng disehat iL' tlih bulk of their
British consular ioli'e on MAy 31, l80,8. cargoes in lighter. in the Iay and thou
it is probably the Inte't and inmot accu- enter tihe rivcr I'l.ig to continue disia-
rate picture of conunercial ercnditii.s charging the renininder. The same plan
in the iPhilippints which has been pre- hul tto'c 'nrrie(d out in hanrling the
sented since Aduilral Dewey intensi- steamutrs tI r ItIiiu t;.)hIan-viz, n certain
fled American intrest in that il:wud lulk of (urgso i pr t io b,,ard in the riv-
group. er Ueforo imentitled, and then the
Consul Walkter estimates the 1.t 9i staimnrs have to stuni outsi in in the
imports into Manila at iO10,000,u000,tO(, f bay to take the rtimainditr of the cargo
which alilnt i1u'-li.ilf vwore f 1pxlriih oiln loirid.
origin, the iimportsfMriit tht'rc,,unirlies Of cours,'e, lhadiin or ounl truig iR i
having inaterially fallen off 1i 1o 9 t, the buy tcaniot pi on ninny dity, during
while those frontm .1ain increased large- the typhb ii ,tttihon, nuld whi the no-
ly. The exports from Manila have, he tice (f thr e balls is hoisted as a signal
says, increased in thu hlst year in VSt. by the harbor nu:.it r that a ale is iiii-
eral trading articles, uontaly tillbaco, pealdiing thenil the if's. Is havt to hleavi
heipp, copra and the dritd kernel of tthe' up their ali'ch'i.' intul 1ldt1r1' a r olul iir'ts
cocoanut, the value of which alone lit' thl aiy Ito ;it Viii, wlliich is thri'e lnilies
estiluates at il.3,0 (00)00, while hbe e- dijtauit,% \ hlre> th-lre is n navil ;uttl mia-
timuats the ugar crop at i$13,0010,000l riu dooktlit),tf 1l -;, v.ll % i' i- lt r WVhlen
and hemp at l$l,0(00,000. Ilo mkiiil s no tihe works tart (iknlud (d lit tih piiort of
estiniatl of the tobacco' exports, but says MAilitla, ihlire will be nil aiuilanit'i ceot
they wero larger in 18117 than in for- rooi unot only for imin-,if-war, but for
nter years. all kinds of-iinorcaiitl eruft sehking lto
Consmul Walker descriLes local trade discharge their arguess or cinlirng ill
conditions in a way which will greatly ballast seeking fraight.. Thogoverunilelt
interest merchants and manufacturers is also xpectiiing a floating invatl dock
in the United Staites, prefacing Iris from Eurolt' to bie placed in the hay at
qtatpi'iint by saying that this infcrmna. Subit, s inii 12 hours' stiunt froui the
ion is mostly obtained from British port of Miiuila. British euginters have
mnerch:lnts, since the Spanish Estatisti,:I already arrived front Englaind to super-
art inot available until too old to he ,(f' i tt'ind the plating of this huge floating
any value. Hle say.: dock or pionltoon in position when it ar-
A decidedly Lad year for impoitlrs rive>s fit'oii (;l;ts.gw, 'where it bus been
generally haa just closed. Whlt with constructed. When this work is corn-
the upset of business owing to the in- plated, the vt iwls comprising the Span-
surrection or rebelliou in the islatdls, ish-China stuadroin will be able to be
the htavy decline in thu value (f silver doclkdl andu ri-paired at Subic instead of
and cosequt-nt drop in exchange and having to go ivt.r to Hongkong, where
tile imiposilion of itn further 6 per centalld thty ltve t,fteni to wait weeks for their
valoreii duty en all iiupinrts, luerchaiut, turn to iit( r tihe drydock.
may bu said to have a truly rough time The writer clo .-.e his interesting re-
to pollttred with. port with theI fllfwilg htatcilenit:
,: 'Irt ittd caibricA during thI., y'ar The only thr work or imnprovement
just closed the inip ortatinn of l.i'glihh that hihs talhen pl)li'o sinco I wrote my
goods has shown a dic idt d decrease, last report is the linlargumniiilt of the
while imports from the p nainsuli have, Luouta, or public ir n:=nade, which is
on the other lhaind, shown an inerf i'. the fashinnalile reind 'zvous of the Span-
This is due ( hitllyv to the advilintacie the ish military and civil authorities, who
Cat tilan nmiufactiurlir enjoys with pro- drive in tl'.ir catriBaes or sit dowvn by
tective duties, at such allow hin to the seashore to hIar tine of the military
give a better cloth than his lhI\ily bands play, which takes plaee every
niulcted (competitors can possibly give, evening. Several lieuuieniits of the
and now tlat he hbus proved his ability illustrioi d(lead who distinguished
to produce as good and fast colors as bis themselves in the military history of
foreign competitors it is expected that Spain are to decorate this enlarged
each year will see an increase of prints promenade, the mnirble having arrived
from Spain. Glasgow manufar:urers for that purpose from Europe, and
hold the printed jaconet trade and up- when the whole of the improvements
pear to be able to keep it. Barcelona now undtr progress of being carried out
mnnufacturer! cannot compete, as they are completed the Manila promenade
ca: ::, manufacture the cloth in the will be able to vie with any at home or
first place, and even if theythad that in the far east for size, picturesquoenes
they could not give the required finish. and public conveniente.-New York
Linen goods are now almost things of Tribtun.
the past, asthe high duties have put WHISKY FOR THE ARMY.
them out of the reach of the ordinary _
oolesumer. Jute sacks come from Barce- Keontuey Distillers Propoq to Send Fifty
lona in very large quantities, as no Thessiod One Drink Bottles to Cabs.
other country can compete, owing to The Kentucky distiller propose to
the protective duties. Ngedleas to men- send 50,000 bottles of whisky to Cuba
tion, Oermany continues to hold her for the American soldiers when they oc.
own against all comers in the hardware oupy the island. Whisky will also be
department, and the finer prices have forwarded to the army of occupation in
to be out the firmer hold she gets on Pnerto Rico and perhaps to Manilla if
this trade. American macbigery has it can be transported.
been tried from time to time on this Some time ago Colonel Thomas H.
market, but has proved in the main ex- Shirley, after years of experimenting,
pensive. Iron forged in bar rods, etc., made a small bottle which holds one
also corrugated sheet iron, owing to the drink. It is bottles of this kind, filled
unsettled itate of the country, has not with tile best product of the state, that
enjoyed the sale it did last year, but to will be presented to the soldiers. In the
all appearances the demand ii reviving, hot countries to be invaded, Keutucki-
and the near future should see more aui argue, the soldiers will need small
house building in progress. Since I doses of bourbon to make them fight.
transmitted my last report the better The old story of Crant and Lincoln and
English marks have a firmer stand the whisky is recited in support of the
against the continental marks. Carriage pit
builders again inquire for qualities lihe plan has not yet been put into
from Belgium. Enameled iron goods operation, but whisky men out in the
1 meet with a very fair demand. The state are pushilug it. The plan is for
price of fuel here calls for a thin make each distillery to contribute a barrel of
of cooking utensils. its best nmae. This will furnish whim-
Small articles (sundry) all conime ly for medical and figlitintg purposes
from Germany and are of the cheapest for the entire army.-Exchango.
description 4o suit the native consunm-
er's pocket. Earthen and glass ware de- The laiw laterila of Heroe. I
man4 calls for steady supplies, the comu- When Americans beg for a private's
moner quality emanating from Germany place id the army and for an opportu-
and the better class from the United -nity to face almost certain death hi the
Kingdom. The total Imports of paints navy, we have little fear from all ZEn-
and oils this yearshowa decrease; well rope. We have an abundance of Hob-
known English marks are conIpicuous sons, and we may have many Dewey..
by their absence, owing to the fact that -St. Lou4p Post-Dispatch.
Eaglimb manufacturer do not care to
ship low qualities as fnld consumption. Kloendki or Cubs.
Paper-cartridge, packing and cigarette The United States is a country big
-comes from Spain, France and Ger- enough and varied enough to furnish
many, and receipts abow in incres for volunteers for any elimate.-Washing-
1O7. In cigamtte pape Spain divides ton pot.
thi bhonrs with Franoe and Austria,
ild supplies mast of e.sessity batraty, I slsalCa t Ommel.
Tb last ysar u IshOwil a l ira ass to thelfr chle tarnel r Ue trlookedtras
oth In rw I ihm e lbi. Ri to "I: chtl' sasel.u tq mese' hokds*.0
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Hay,

Grain,

Flour,


' Meal.-

Qrits,
Papers,


Paper Bags,

Building Material,

Orange Boxes,


je- Uji LI'ZtIIT.Z~ s I. tc.


Livery, Feed and and Sale Stables. Waon Reposir,
AGENTS: The Stan'dard, Oil Company,
AN. Walter A. Wood's Mowing and Reaping Machines.
PALATKA, FLORIDA.



WALTER SHOMAT,
......WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN......

Groceries, Crockery, China,

Glassware, Tinware,

Wood and Willow Ware,


-Pa)er, td P'a per. a


Palat ka, Florilda.


FEARNSIDE & CO.

... Headquarters]For. ..


CLOTHING,


LEMON STREET,


- PALATKA, FLA.


W. A. 1WRRRYDAY

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

Orange Box and Building Material.
Kg3ent
Bradley Fertilizer Co.,
Williams & Clark Fertilizer Co.,
Ray& Fickett Schooner Line,
(Saliling from New York to Palatka Direct.)
PALATK FLORIDA.

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PRICKLY ASH BlUTER
OLMAIRSTHRU LVER AND BOWELS '
m form 2n a 3K S IEYUSS DvhlA
-9w Srde 1023 301Th. -5BY ALL DRUGGISTS.


Successful Recruiting Officers.
Ircutin': tlic';'s ;:av' and Wri.iht
,.1,urne1d he1 e on Saturday from :iasl i,
whlICe they spent a week sec'rigl'i4 rI-
, lits for tle Floridan .iiitent. ,t(ce'
lne gentlemen have btee out tthel
jave v ottein nearly a hundred men,
wih li s more than double their number
soured by the olher comminiteUe from
the regiment. Messrs Gay and Wright
,. il now viit South Fiorida, and hope
Ito et menn enough to bring the regi-
,men upi to its full strength.
To cleanse the Systemn
ElTffetually, vet gently,when costIve or
billions, to permanently overcome t'a-
I)itIal constipation, to awaken the kid-
neys and liver to a healthy activity,
without Irrtating or weakening them,
l6 dispel heartlnhes, colds, or fev.'rs,
Ise SBrup of Figs, made by tile Gall-
t, rnla fig Syrup Co.
Lawn Party at Eville's.
The iawn party At Mrs. Ev.le's. on
-he shell road, Wednesday evening was
,bera'ly patronized bv Palatkans, some
seveit'iy-v.fe or more havinzr rone out.
In addition to these, there were a num-.
her of peoiile present from Fnincls,
Peniel, and the adj cent country
The ftlair was for the bent lit of the
,hell round fund, and quite a handsicme
-urn was raised.

Spot Cash for Moss
Highest market price paid far Black
ind Grav Mess by
JEFFERIES & STEARNS,
Fruitland, Florida.
Write us for information.

SP0EIAL MASTER'S SALE.
TNDER AND BY VIRMTU Or A DICRIE
J or i)oaCLToonnA nd aile, rendered In the
(Ctircuit Court of the Fifthl Judicial Circuit of
the state of Florida, for Putnam County. b the
lion. w. A. Hooker, Ju1l1 of said Court, dated
the loth t dy oJuly, A. U. IM[, Wherein
Maryt A. Moerus Is uompainanpt, and
John P. Duane. eta Is.. are Defendants.
I will sell at public actionn. for csh, to the
bgheit and beetbihider, it the front door of the
Court House, In Plalaik, in said County of
Putnm on the
FIRiTT MONDAY 1, K grrPTMBIR A. D, N,
the same being the 5th day of said month.dur.
ina the legal hlir" of alo on that day. atil f the
tollowlng described real estate, situated, Iylg
and being In the County of Putnam, sad Stat
of llori a. to wit:
Being Lot No. Seven (7) of "Jackson's" sub-
division of west half of sitthwet uarte of
southwestt quarter of section One (1), 'rownahip
'Ten (lo) south, of anr Twenty-ill 13) *ut,
ooptainin three sitfretnh (e e')Lcre
more or fe a. man of ame being recorded In
nook "Y" of conveyances of land records In
Putnam County. J. N. ACKW rLL
I Special Maoter.
F. E. Haskell, Coomplalnant' Solioltor.
I-slatka, ila., Aug. 5, 1801l-td.
ROBT. W. EIAVIa pB. J.H.ILIIURN
DAVIS & HILBURN,


1ralm upatairs in Palatkha Ittional IBank B'ldg.
Palatka, FlIorlda.

Will practice in all State and Federa
Courts. o 7-tt
H. W. AVRY,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Palate MFlorida.
Office Palatka Nutloial Bank Biildlog.
Will pratle In il lpourt!, Oti.t and
federal. tndy 6-i.


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TRADE OF PHILIPPINES.

Figures of the Imports and Ex-
ports For La.t Year.

COUNTRIES THAT HOLD THE TRADE


ligh Prleee of Anerlea Machinery Hum
Kept It Out of the Market @pantub
Mershants Get theo Balk of the Import
Trekde Becaute of Tariff Dterlrulnatlons
Imports of Three Produoti A nountedt o
s4o,000,000 SpaIl Lea s In Print
Goods-The harbor Improvements. ,


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UPT R ,lence. It is to tbhMe uiny uui)ortunate being
R UP T UR E who >uffer often unsu ltAld and an silente,
that----- we xtoiid oordial ilvitAti(n to come and
nb be exaumned ftree of charge, We aOlo agree to
Universal Romnplaipt. ttruss a.. d aow ptt to wear it o one
we...at the expiration of whlln tiin we will
To those who know nothing of the afletictIon refund the Ionley fondnot4f tory.
ofhbeirn*(mo, noalyclld rture )it will be To think about It is wTY. butt in My.
surprlaing tatemet that one-tuth of thLe buhal T think about i bde t
in famy are lte with ts complaint, to the who thoroughl udersta nern
Thts li tae and e fdrnms of intent The are several kinds of hernia saud esch has to
*nimsreu sad Is mte jcses unasuccess ul. be reduced and retained with a trust fitted a.-
Thereltsam ofralgetIa ningh erila.i e wvr o itll to it own peculilarity During tea
that is naiverslly accepted se bolof Icr ew~rfe year. or lpractlca expetrienoui n fitting truscet
t snly r t the a, u fet It ee we have not found a sinle ae tat we could
con oAmL bad texosIcAL applianl t o tulit e nintlingto be convinced but
i R.t oSUI to oue a nsdine. rERTRUtBB.
NO.Ol. mTUss. 'tTHK ARA oTzEtUss.
As Is well wn mn s of the appli for many of which might be good If they coal
this sgady arOV wtsahbfatory to Ibe wearer, donly be made to fht I ciel enee prove that
often nemo *sra o ra oct every indvidual "reges a different
e-arne'lyJ ,i-i j sa trsruss-on"pe.ou naiity of our truss I s
BpbumptheyBeowanof hadr e tithatanneotbe
-WE OARRY A FULL LINE OF--
H. R. lad Blstlc Trusses, Suspeasiory' Bandages, P Iades
awid all kinds pf Rubber Iet.

Crescent Drug Store,
0. J. GABBETT, Proprietor.
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