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 19, 1898
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 1, 1893.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -67th year (Sept. 18, 1936).
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 1, no. 37 (Feb. 16, 1894).
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Volume ID: VID00120
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Preceded by: Palatka weekly times
Preceded by: Palatka herald
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P aregraphi of Local and Pet-
sonul Interest.


Short, Snappy LIpeAbeodMattesN
In Palatkha ad- Putnm Con-
ty, for Busy Readers.


W. P. Anderson came in Monday
evening on a flying visit from Sanford,
and returned to his post by the mid.
nigbt train
Fortify the body to resist malarial
germs by putting the system in per.feot
order. Prickly Ash Bitters Is a won-
derful system regulator.
Sold by Ackerman & Stewart.
Wmi. R. DeWitt and family left last
Tuesday for Dovliatown, Pa., where
they will spend the remainder of the
aummer.
Among the members of the Guards
who have been at home this week on
furloughs, we nouce .1. H. Merrill, L.
Madrasz. and T. H. Wigg.
Fhe steamer Crescent now leaves
Jacksonville Mcndays,Wednesdays,and
Friday, and leave Crescent City Tues-
days, Thursdays, and h iturdays.
He eaes heartily in the hot est weather
who uses Prickly Ash Bitters. It keep.
his stomach,llver,and bowels In perfect
order. Sold by Ackerman & Stewart,
Miss Maud Priddy, an accomplished
young lady of this city, who has for
several weeks been sojourning In Cin.
cinnati, Ohio, has returned and is with
relatives in Palatka.
Rawley F. Flowers came up to Palatka
Wednesday for a short visit to the home
folks. He has been transferred front
the Plant System shops at Port Tampa
City to their shops at Sanford.
Hilp is wanted when the nerves be.
come weak and appetite falls, Hood's
Barsaperilla lives help by making the
blood rich-and pure.
We regret to chronicle the death of
ihe father of Dr. L D. Eaton, of this
city, which occurred suddenly and un-
expectedly Saturday in New York. The
Doctor left Palatka Saturday to attedd
,the funeral.
THu TIxne-HxRALD acknowledges a
pleassat visit from Supreme Organiser
W. H. Blue, of the United Order of
Moots, wbo as here this week looking
after his order with a view to establish-
lug a Temple here.
Brother S. W. Johnston, editor of the
eLand Supplement, and manager of
the Noble Newspaper Union, was in
town Tuesday en route home from the
ooast,wheen he had been spending some
time with his family. We acknowledge
a pleasant call.
Dr. H. R. Estes expects to leave
about the Afnt of September for a visit
to hbli former home in Tennesee. It
has been some ten years ence the Dr.
habee vitod the senese of hib boyhood
days, and we wish him a moat pleasant
and profitable trip.
L. L. Miller, who bad a finger planed
down a few weeks ago while at w6rk in
the tank manufactory of Davis A Son,
is at work sagn. He was insured in
the Fraternal Union of America, at
Denver, Colorado, and in just twelve
days from the time he made application
for his accident allowance he received
a cheek for 89a.
Jame Brewer returned Friday from
a mooth's visit to his old bome In Ken-
tucky, and tos again at his post at M. J.
Morphy's bay., Mr. Brwer Imrfom
us that he enjoyed his vacation Iu-
mensely, but that he is glad to get back
to Palata. He looks well and aeims
to hbave profited by hi trip.
A fine sample of a well-bnilt wagon
has been on ezhibiton In front of the
stores of C. H. reatoo. It Ie sa heavy
double waou built nty oedr of D. B.
Paxton. This sihos whatW a be doe
il Creseat City, a It was bllt entirely
here, Itwe alritlas n ever nteeet
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Tmoal fm eaxm e0y0
seter of .f.l.. ow upwaeds of 70
tear old,,al py. ipe o- of the moat
sccessfut 6i heaten ltnetatewas
out neast Fratos e few dti e"o with
John Squa rse. e aihtl wet. When
passing through adaisnwalp or ham-
mock, they found the fetah remains of
a full grown hog that weighed, when
alive, about 180 pounds. It bhad been
eaten with the ezoeptlio of the skull
and feet. They also saw fresh bear
tracks. The Colonel put hi three bunt.
Ing dogs on the trail, and sotb heard
them baying at something away of to
the swamp. The Colonel with his
trusty double-barreled shotgun, *loaded
for bear,' started l pursuit. lowly
and cautiously he made his way through
the dense tangle, when suddenly he saw
an indistinct shape of some immense
beast, which,' he reasoned, must be a
bear, as an ox could not possibly get to
such a place. The dogs being trained
for deer, were not eager to tackle this
new kind of beast, and kept at a safe
distance. In fact, the bear did not ap-
pear to be much disturbed from his after
dinner reveries by the barking of the
hounds. A good square meal of fresh
pork had made him feel at peace with
all the world, and he rather enjoyed
the concert. But hie repose was soon
disturbed by the discharge of the CoV'e
gun, and he concluded to move on to a
more secluded spot. In doing so, how-
ever, he came to a more open place, and
a better view, the Colonel discharged
his other barrel, and down came the
hear. He was so heavy that the com-
bined strength of the two men could not
roll him over. He measured ten feet
from tip to tip, and probably weighed
600 pounds. One paw weighed four
pounds. Not being able to get a team
to it, the two hunters cut off the hind
quarters and brought them in as a tro.
pby. Mr. Clemmonse ays that he has
killed three hundred and sixty-five bears
in the state of Florida, nearly all in
Putnam county. Many a deer has also
fallen before his steady aim. He bas
had many interesting and dangerous
encounters with bears, wildcats, and
other large game.
Health of Palatka.
Palatka is passing through the heated
term maintaining her enviable record
for the continued. good health of her
citizens. The eason has been unusually
unhealthy in many partsof thee country
hitherto regarded as exempt from fatal
disease. The extreme heat producing
a humid condition of the atmosphere
has encouraged typhoid fever in many
sections that have lomg been regarded
as excellent summer health reports.
Palatka's health neord will compare
favorably with any town in the world.
The town has never been visited by an
epidemic. Some few easm of salokeass
among children a reported, and a few
deaths have occurred, but the citUiens
an enjoying the best of health.
PutnJam'1 i14ots.
The public schools at Bannervalle.
Boetwie. and Harlem opened Monday
for the fall and iluter term. The other
schools of the sutay sot oe un-
til after the final examlntion of teeb.
on, which occurs on We t of Septemo
ber. The white school are all supplied
with, teachers, but a number 0.the col-
ored chobi are yet to be provided for.
The list of teachers fr the schools
throughout the county *Ilbe published
in Tin Ti xa-HaMRALD immedutMly
after the September examInation.
A Ulkyel Path.
A number of bicycle index held a
meeting at the aO6n0l Chaher en
Tuesday night fr the'puriooc o t.-
sidering tlbhe matter of building a bicy
cle patottsft af 0a laimrlsobeku,
SumUmlavenb at o om other polt,
It was dee ldashht A. MohJgi
sad Robert Whiftls he* appolated a
cometiee to exaWesn l. e lees-
biltyof bqaldg & path from Plaths to
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A FORMER PALATKAN ROMSD.
S. A. PladmMe'tiM Vfatm e Poet
PMsb fa Amteim O.f
0. A. lniatger, the mechant ailor,
was murderoly.setlled o College
stt at 10 o'olook la ubi, an.an-
taown footpad knocking hi senseless
with a ludgeon, end obbing his of
80 in cash and an opon4aced gold
watch worth O110,
The daring robbery was committed
on one of the principal residence streets
of the city, and under the glare of an
lectnrc light.
The blow was struek from btnd,
something hke a saudbeg being used, as
not even the skin was broken. Mr. F.
was rendered unconscious for several
minutes, but finally managed to get to
his home, only a few yards away, and
arouse his family. The police were DO-
titled and officers Barrow and Feagin
appeared shortly on the scene, but no
trace of the culprit could be found.
Mr. Fluilnger remembers passing a
negro just beyond his home, but noth-
ing that transpired immediately after-
ward. Strong suspicion points to a ne-
gro who has been bringing butter to the
Finninger home, and with whom Mr.
Finninger had a few words yesterday
afternoon. His name Is unknown to
Mr. F. or to the officers, but his identity
can easily be discovered and his arrest
will follow.-Times. -ecorder,Amerious
Ga., Aug. 14.
Mr. Oay Promoted.
Corporal Eugene Gay of the Gem City
Guards, who has been doing recruiting
work for the First Florida regiment for
several weeks, received a telegram from
Colonel Lovell Friday orderig him to
report at camp at once, as he had been
appointed quartermaster eargeant. Mr.
Gay left on the early train Saturday
morning for Feruandina.
SeRt up to Court.
On Monday mornnlg Harris Powers,
Tom Washington, and J. P. Cook, a'l
colored, wore tried In Justice Rowton's
court, on charge of obstructing su ofil-


SRIP ENCILINGS.

Capt. H. Field bee on a 1eit
to Velatlve.
SeReaut Vary hba been here this
week on a furlough.
J. M. Cheese, of Hollister,was Into the
city Fridaybn buinees.
Robert Barna farolshed the paint
und on the new Wilen mill.
The steamer Cresceot will not make
tripe today and tomonow.
J. D. Braddook, of 8eville, waste In the
city Monday on business.
* Born, Saturday night, Aug. 18th, to
Mr. and Mrs. Garwood, a son.
A. Usmin went to Daytona lst week
for a few days secuperation,
Mioes Millie and Ethel ttoode are
spending the summer at Daytona.
Mien Kate Lucas has returned from a
pleasant sojourn at Ormond Beach.
Dr. B. E. Morgan has returned from
a visit to bise rlatives in Georgia.
Auditor B. A. Deal, of the Plant
System, was in town Wednesday.
James Cannon of 'Peolel, was in
town yesterday and made us a pleasant
call.
Frank Jobhnson, one of Norwalk's
prominent citizens, was in town .atur.
day.
D. 8. Tingley, one of San Mateo's
prominent citizens, was in town Friday
on business.
John Q. Tllhma n went to Summer
Haven Saturday to spend a couple of
days at the seaside.
Mrs. M. W. Barnbardt returned last
Tuesday morning from a protracted
stay in New York.
Miss Flnley,whohaa for several weeks
been visiting here. returned Monday to
her home in Lake City.
I. Meyer,wbo is now located is Rich
mond, Va., is here this week looking
attdr his business Interesta.
Sheriff Hagan came over from Or.
mond Monday to attend to some of the
Important duties of his office.
Mrs,W. E. H. Mabry and children,


ietted to jain -.. =, -- -
who are summering at Ormond, came
home Saturday to spend a few days. WMEAKA, Aug 16.
iter Leutenant Dave W. Ramsanr, of the One gets so busy of laIt that Tam
neootiveor guards, was at home a few days last Tailm-H at.D Is neglected, but I no-
reoome bha- week visiting friends and relatives., tie the neglect is not entirely from one
ke the kid-vy, Master Mechanic Tubbs, of the J., T. place.
ning them, &K. W. railway, returned Saturday It was really amusing to read Wan-
or tev fo a business trip to Chattanooga. hoo's piece last week. Whether be was
y the Call- H. A. B. MecKeonte, formerly editor in earnest, or just to a funny mood, a
of Ta TIMx., HERALD, ez80eta to ar- hard to my, but the '*bles d be he who
rive In Palatka Sunday on a brief visit. wants nothing" emed to give him
*. away. Never Mind, Wauhoo, you have
rything was Corporal pendrel, of the Guards, art- plenty of time yet. Just look what
press Com- rived Sunday on a few days' furlough. Senator Call has had to contend with,
the tramway His many friends were glad to se him. and be still survived.
with It a lot Mrs. Lelle C. Jones and little son Mrs. Reynolds s returned from a
ut happened returned Saturday morning from a trip to Palatka and Fernaedina, where
e men weren month's visit to relative In Bowling she went to vail her ano Guy. She re-
besn salos Green, ports a mt intreetng trio, elasin aS
Major G. P. Fowler returned Mpnday many soldiers, and igetlsg a naib
a and oblU. from Fernandina, where he spent Sun. Into their way of living. Gau was in
ridtian Dr. day with bhi son, Adjutant E.W. Fow. One health and spirits, and the Int
lea. Florld are delighted with bear easp
ground. li now loohl as It their lot
To b ee o rv Her, wouid be all oamp and no service,
cated; fve O.A. Kaaf, remanoftheplaulng The Palatka hose party a enjoying
ird; cheap. mill of the Wilson CyprNs OompaSy, themselves, and are right tn the swim,
went to Jaoesonville Saturday for the visiting the fln*e slphur spdiaql, and
ad Wedns purpose of taking down the plantof the wheeling on our nice shelf roaes. We
n Mle. Miha Lmber Company and ship- trust their slay may be pleasant
pln it hemre The plant costs of two Mr. Bryat and family have gone to
8- pwe a horse pow. alt pring on a ouine, bus we b
a ng ara il and p fll set of they .ra l Ivrl ait beeh t

11 A e o MtoMiail. C..*( d *and wue T
,. fV A 0pso5d 5 'rpaModtuhmq T/fy the1o1"thbhisew sa yacht. Al e
f W-isoayne Bmy with Mema J. B. s" ed ib weathered to heaveo e y
a proal- Paronttadl Maparkm. The able time.
O do~. was joined ha erey Congseass Davis What enjoyable tiam Huatnee em
Sand Walter Davie. They go 16 MIa Ae among thbe grewi peb
S to Investigate the e4lmsa of that eston It *01 0o1 thtag to r ar.
. Make for a river ad harbor Aapp pdlatoa 14 abu the Ute psahei oeg -is
train c p a greaNoteuus,A od tVDa devesp19d0
San e. ai iif .1 be7 .
Tle uwant obdi et Mr. e$ Win, Da s I 5dasogqt ageoueWbny asi
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Resolutions of Respect.
CASTLE HALL. )
hT. JOHNes LODOE, No. 8, K. or P.
PALATKA, FLA., Aug. 11, 1898. )
To the memory of our late brother,
Pied W. Gerber:
At a regular meeting of St. Johns
Lodge, No 8, Kolghts of Pythise, elsld
at their Castle Hall August 11,1808, the
following resolutions of love and re-
opect to the memory of our departed
brother Fred. W. Gerber were aoni'
mously adopted by the Lodge:
Wbereas; The Almighty has removed
from our midst a beloved brother and'
esteemed ad ayelped friend; and
Whereas, By his death,we, his broth.
ers, have esptaaed so irreparable loss;
therefore
Resolved, That we, the members of
St. Johns Lodge, me. 8, Knlghts of
Pythbsu, commiserating our tlexlpresi-
blI sorrow, extend our moet sincere
sympathy to the family of our deoeased
friend and brother to this their sore
bereavement.
Resolved, That these resolutoons be
spread upno the records of our Lodge,
that they be published In the nawepa.
pert of the city of falatka, and that an
engrossed copy of same be transmitted
to the family of the deceased.
E. H BiAsKELL, )
F. ( ocwAna Committee
B. W. Hurr, )

WELAKA.


cer In the discharge of his
aud Powers were each plaI
M600 bond and Washington
bond, for their appearance i
of court. They were comm
in default of ball.

To Uleanse the Sys
Effeetually, vet genaly, whb
billions, to penseantly or
biteal eooamlpatlno, to awa
ney7 and liver to a bealth
without irritating or weaker
to dispol boedasbhe, olds,
usee yrup of P4ie. made b
formula Fig Byrup Oo.
A Narrow BRecap
Last benday, when eve
quiet around the Wilson Cy
pany's mill, several feet of t
suddenly gave way carrying
of lumber. Had the soacid
duing a week day whobth
at work, there might have 1
renus.
Mrs. Joseeph L. B. Dusoa
drn,-of Jacksouville, are
Boseeberg's family.
For Rent.
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HISTORY OP

LAST WEEK

Closing Events In War Between


America and Spain.

A Protocol Agreed Upon.
Soretary Day announced Wednesday
th a protocol had been agreed upon.
Lull la the Peace Work.
There was no important peace de-
velopuent Thursday, M. Oambou, the
Farenh ambassador at Washington,
merely awaiting authority from Madrid
to sign the protocol In behalf of Spain.
Protocol Formally Sifed.
The Spanish.American war, after con-
tinning for three month and 22 days.
was ended at 4:28 p m. Friday, when
Secretary Day, for the United States,
and M. Oambon. for Spain, in the prea-
ence of President McKinley, signed the
protocol forming the base of a definite
treaty of peace.
The text of the protocol follows:
"His excellency, M. Oambon, ambassa-
dor extraordinary si d p'enipotentiary of
the French republic t ahbington, and
Mr. William Day,secretary of state of the
United States, having received respec-
tively to the effect, plenary powers from
the Spanish government and the gov-
ernment of the United States, have es-
tablished and signed the following arti-
cles which define the terms on which
the two governments have agreed with
regard to the questions enumerated be-
low, and of which the object is the -es
ablishment of peace between the two
countries, namely:
"1. Spain will renounce all claim to
all sovereignty over and all her rights
over the island of Cuba.
"2. Spain will cede to the United
State the island of Porto Rico and the
other islands which are at present un-
der the sovereignty of Spain in the An.
tilles, as well as an island in the La-
drone archipelago, to be chosen by the
United States.
"8. The United States will occupy
and retain the city and bay of Manila
and the port of Manila pending the oon-
clusion of a treaty of peace which shall
determine the control and form of gov
eminent of the Philippines,
"4. Spain will immediately evacuate
Cuba, Porto Rico and the other islands
now under Spanish sovereignty in the
Antilles. To this effect each of the two
governments will appoint commissioners
within ten dayisjfter the signing of this
protocol, and tlMee commissioners shalt
meet at Havana within 80 days after
the signing of this protocol with the ob-
ject of coming to an agreement regard.
ing the carrying out of the details of
the aforesaid evacuation of Cuba and
other adjacent Spanish islands; and
each of the two governments shall like.
wise appoint within ten days after the
signatures of this protocol other com-
missioners, who shall meet at San Juan
de Porto Rico within 80 days after the
signaturesof this protocol to agree upon
the details of the evacuation of Porto
Rico and other islands now under Span-
ash sovereignty in the Antilles.
"6. Spain and the United States shall
appoint to treat for peace five comm
sioners at the most for either country.
The commissioners shall meet in Paris
on Oct. 1 at the latest to proceed to ne-
gotiations and to the conclusion of the
treaty of peace. This treaty shall be
ratified in conformity with the consti-
tutional laws of each of the two coun-
tries.
"0. Once the protocol b concluded
and signed, hbotilities eaIll be suo-
pended, and to that effect in the two
countries orders shall be given by either
government to the commanders of its
lind and sea forces as speedily as possi-
le."


McKinley Announoee Penee,
After the protocol had been signed
President McKinley issued the follow-
ing proclamation:
"Whereas, By a protocol concluded
and signed Aug. I1, 1898, by William
I. Day, secretary of elate of the United
States, and his excellency, Jules Cam-
boo, ambessaor extraordinary and
plenipotentiary of the republic of France,
at Washington, respectively represent-
ing for this purpose the government of
the United States and the government
of Spain, the United States and Spain
have formally agreed upon the terms by
which establishment of peace between
the two countries shall be undertaken,
and
"Whereas, Itisin aidprotocol agreed
that upon ite onclusion and signature
hostilities between the two eountrise
shall be suspended, and that notice to
that effect shall be given a loo as poeas
esbie by each government to the oem.
mandere of its inmiiry and naval
force; o
"Now, therefore. I, William MeKi.
ley, president of the United States, do,
in accordanee with the stipulation of
the protocol, declare and proclaim on
the part of the United States a suspean-
don of hostilitif and do hereby com.'
nand that orders be immediately given
through the proper channels to the'
oainanedeun of the military and naval i
former of the United States to abstain
som al seas tncouslstent with this,
prolnaaW~n." '


Cubme Accept Ie Imes.
The war deprtmIentwaM e dviTel ai
uoday throuh the Oa enMi Jua that
Ouban insurgents would accept the
tw s of the peace protocol between the
United States and Spain and thab ho
tUlities would cease on their partL
health Coadltons Beter.
A dipateh received in Washlnto
Sunday from G enal Shafter indicted
that the health onditions amn the
troops at sandage were mprova.
Manila Takea by Dewey.
The United Statmee local at Hong.
Kong cabled Washington Monday that
Admiral Dewey had bombarded Manila
and the city xarreadered unonditou-
ally. Captain General August ese od
mn a German rmiser.


General News Items.
GIBRALTAR, Aug. 18.-It is reported
that Mulai-Ab-l.-Azis, sultan of Mo-
rooco, is dead.
WAsuxoaToT, Aug. 10.-Cottoo crom
report: Condition, 91.1. This is .I
points higher than Aug. 10, 1897.
STDUY, Aug. 1.-The American
colony, through the United States eon.
eul, has cabled to Washington praying
the government there to retain posses
sion of the Philippine islands.
WASHimoTro, Aug. 18.-Although the
war with Spain lasted only 114 days, it
is estimated that it has cost the govern.
ment so far $150,000,000, of which 998..
000,000 has been actually paid out ol
the treasury.
YOKoHAMA. Aug. 11.-Violent storms
and floods, it is announced in advice
here from the island of Formosa, have
resulted in the loss of hundreds of lives
at Tai-Peh, that island. Great damage
was done to property there.
KOKoMO, Ind., Aug. 1.-Joel Eng.
lish celebrated his seventy-third birth.
day today by committing suicide with
laudanum. Fifteen years ago he bought
a coffin, which he kept in the house,
and he was found dead in it.
LONDON. Aug. 10.-Should the Hon.
George N. Curzon, the parliamentary
secretary for foreign affairs, be ap
pointed viceroy of India in sucousios
to the Earl of Elgin, as appears certain,
he will probably be raised to the peer-
age before he starts.
LoNDON, Aug. 1.&-The foreign office,
it is reported here today, though the re-
ports as yet lack confirmation, intends
to demsmd that the Chinese government
dismiss Prince Li Hung Chang from
power on the ground that he is reespon-
sible for the recent anti-British attitude
of the Tsung-Li-Yamen.
SAN FRAxNCIco, Aug. 11. The
steamer Maripoea, conveying the Ha&
waiian commissioners and 154 men ol
the First New York volunteers to Hono
lulu, sailed shortly after 4 o'clock this
morning. She was detained at hel
dock all night, awaiting the arrival of
delayed English mails.
WAnHImoTON, Aug. 10.-The war de.
apartment has decided to establish an
army damp in the blue grass region ol
Kentucky and an order to this effect
will soon be issued. It is probable
troops now at Chickamauga will be
marched to the new camp, the exact lo-
cation of which cannot now be stated.
WasSmNovox, Aug. lb.- The poeo
office department is in receipt of a lot-
ter from an unknown correspondent aI
Seattle, Wash., who inclosed $26.88, is
order to relieve his or her conscience.
The letter stated thar the writer had
ten years ago robbed a country poetoffice
of $1i and this amount was returned
with interest at 6 per cent.
DENVwR, Aug. Is. Miss Blanche
Walsh, leading lady in the stock com-
pany now playing at Manhattan beaob
in this city, has been engaged to take
the place of Miss Fanny Davenport,
who is ill, in the presentation of Bar-
don's plays in this country next season.
She will be supported by Melbourne
MacDowell, Mil Davenport's husband.
DmNvaR, Aug. 10-Hon. Charles S. (
Thomas, a leading lawyer and former
Democratic national conoi iuteeman for
Colorado, has formally announced his
candidacy for the seat in the United
States senate now held by Edward A. (
Wolcott. State senator selected this
fall will hold over as members of the
legislature that will elect Senator
Wolott's successor in 1001.
NEW YORK, Aug. 12.-A special dis.
patch to The Evening World from San-
tiago do Cuba, Aug. II, says: Jack
York of Pennsylvania, who ha been
serving with Garcia, the Cuban gen- (
oral, has just arrived here. He reports
that Garcia has suspended operations
forl 80 days and given his men pernlam.
don to go home, with istruotiol t
report; to bi at the ond of that peioLd."


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MOST EXCELLENT IBRVIOE OFFERED OUT or TLORIDA.

NORTH, EAST, WEST.

VMWOUSE PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS. DINING CAR,
THOROUOGIARZ COACHES, VESTIBULED TRAINS.

"WASHINGTON AND SOUTHWESTERN LilrITED."
Trskb Veotlbatibd DrawtaI-Room Sle.t1s Care between Tamp a mad Nw Teurt
t1 Jetkoav TaUlo. t ash Mad CommisIA. without ehba
*UNITED STATES FAST MAIL."
hPUmba Drawlagroeom **Sfet *lsptig Oars between JaokoovDlleead New Tdbt.
Embracing Lynchburg, Charlottesville.
Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia.
Ptlman Drowlaw'o Silepingt Core to aeon. Atlanta. Cattanoees *4
C lsOtasal. with ole ael fo Los msili m ad tho e Xiatoet .
Alae Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
Cincannatl. via Columbia and Ashevillel Through the
"LAND OF THE SKY."

Ml bh m e5 k r to ,e el hdtlsea, steel s8laotn eemo arnvao. st,. aO.
MIi10n=t6 AR AN nbLWVA1 or f iM60RIuo.en

SA.L IlrfMAIl set Pas Ag.. Illt West Bay Street. Jacksonville, FIM
&l. 0ULP. W. A. TURIE 8. R. I11DW10,
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Safety Comfort! Quick lime! Low Rates.
'linet Cuisine and siervit No Treanetfes seteeIsaJsmrkTeli sd New Teor
The Fleet as oumrosed of the following ULanr' ne New Steel teamers:
OM1MNCHE *iew), ALONUI. IROQUOIS,018. CHEROEE 8EMINOLE
NORTH-*WO'WD.
teamers are sppolated to sail according to the tide.
rr m .tArKtNVlLlt.1 F-LA., (allngD at Cbarleptont Fundsi, Ieadayi ant' Thursdals.
Fr.ii I'HARItETO'TM. C.. Monday. WUn dei-aysnorrids ".
For hour of adling. mee Clyde Line" cbedule. or Jacksonville sad Charleston daTiy aplt,.
Plteamre areu pointed to fll from Pier 29, ast River. New York, at S r. as follows:
For CHARMLK ..C.. ys. Weild.Nersd ansu. Friday
For .IACKONVILLL.FLA.. callingg at (iarlestoe) Monday,, Wedlsejaysan I tridaog
Clyde Now England and Muwh.'rn lhlnes..Froell h Only
caling at Charleston, 1. C., tb.th wasi)
STEAMERa APPOINTLI TO SAIL AS FOLLOWS:
From Foot of Hogan Street, JClaonvIlle Prom reA"'"10 iA Boston,
TnURSDAYS. VKUIAY4.
3LYDE'a ST. JONS RIVER "INE.
(DE IIARY LINE.)
For Jacksonville..Palatka. Sanford. Enterprise
And Intermediate Points on the St. Jjhns
Steamer HARRY G. DAY.
CAPT. W. A. 811AW.
S i apllo l'edl total as follows.
Me.ve .ljkit s lt.,n tle..,...................... ..... Tuesday and Saturdays at 8.-00p. m.
.swe nfi.rd.returning........................... Monday nad Thursdays atis0m .a
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ON CE OPEN O TRADE who'"s7d 5-
agIttled, volblenow wer likely to rT ,oW -A
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uM Tj OFiwarden S eeooedshw -Nwfeom "I-was a ran down aser hay"g or
*tateme Ig p n 'of oAM Ate o tbeeMy a ra in t teMy IAmert cns W aAnM u enAs ound\

"c be feaen od, might inci.mmt mcne a-l. lae ll aeds aneuldl wasob ..ahing
m.ee aumes- e m m a o* dmomwas o5m iathat would do m many good.AA 01
me w Ateserreums -whe imved. meeaI _e my hus m ad what a wosderaul tMem-
n eow M,--m- m of Of a othe eent mo ly d laeoreaslew eakredw
S eI h ad be thme ppetl di healte ed
am1MANH4 S TaEWA atD I --y wheld (o, attdal -u Moa poa edt ma S M
mob" ord whene -amedmooSeedl sheobatt Ioen ap" deoll bl bs.
EIsB LO CHfl a V lll oon- than. aI had agoswa" wa w able to doA
The New Irok Sun's reom.o the lows. Imbuo ad pl ed out alag the some of, my housework. When I ha
a' P one, writing under the date of md after the Spanish army some two taken the third bottle I was Sud eand
S Jly 0, male about bualness tranu. or thare mil beyond the town. Yet well. I had been troubled with UtIa
L8i 00 TtiMe inl thot important oiltyof Porto how few these wenaWy be infted om on my bhads and face, and Bood's
m RBme Be s from the f eque quesotlon of t&he ml.* arparili eoued thea. I am thabkfh
The day befao srday o business lve -to to wo the Amlican rmy to know the is such a medicine and I
__wee dm ae m at theustom house ofi Pc, wae. They expected to sem soldiers kep it thel house alithattma," Ms t
'a' S T T Tithe ediolal having abandoned their eTerywhoer J.8UmoraTBlprnD in ,loriepngoda.
I potsfwhtI haily and uneremo. A peculiar feature oft the day was the S 1
I IoI lo.dy lhtCtolo Hillba$1,. absence of the American lag in e HOOd's 8arsaparill
1000 1 mlvd in payment of uastom brilliant display of national oolor In ilhMeb-aletthe On* Trof loodPrar. i
dLN E datlelntheoldbullding bythewater. town and harbor. French, Danish, d or all draglts. S; sixfor s
Stamped Goods id*trom this It will be Brth. German, Austianr stian. onu to
bmpeo w M qnw busineMs ro.mmditstalan, lfll (Ircma fap floated evry. Hood's Plls ihgoodwm p"
f course after the arrival ofat the Ameri. where. Harbor craft tht were plainly
Embroidery SlWks, 'NNas.is llnottycithe land, Pahemid Pmropanty apo y )mi* umpoT mlsa yto
T the mgesosta port In th~e world. Ion., and the number of foreign to b eeptl thea o
Ladies' Shirt W alsts, on Wednesday was Spanish. over buildings was atonish in a paid eo, wShlh he Iduates
dies S -,, On Baturday, Soday, Isi American in town among whose 49,000 people onl yield after the usual manner ThetA
Dress SkirtS i t, a*d*in prit,with Dno lcchum ,808 were others than natives of Porto tio MpMated at e mobna om Te
Sto account for the ohan except the Rico and Ctba. The *gnrei are from nd om of ie Amrian loda ldtio L
F h9 glorious "flag of the stars," as one the last ernsus, brought up to the be taking' advantage of the opportuality
S e l G grtl) lltl g s Porto Rican aloalde has called It, borne ginning of thin yTvr. and the 8,808 in. offered to gOet warm milk.
MKen 's F urn is h n g ,I 9 before few tbousmd boys in blue and eluded the Spanishb carrlon. The raft. Some citizens of Ponce, who have not
brown,' who have been greted as roth. under false oolbir,. ere promptly con- been in anpthy with the Spanish '
-*od o tL : era s come home white they expected to fiaeted. hve 8 p whe h
Dry Goods and Notions. Shoes and Hosier, fight as conquerors. OnThursday night No attention wa paid to the bousei lterthe ollmonlie oonistng of
R. & G. Coruts. Parasols and Umbrellas.l soldier. wore still landing from the flying flags any m(re than to those the endcious. telegrnme, purporting
troopships in the harbor and question- which flew Done. But it would seem as to give the news of land and naval -n.
Men's and Boys' Hats log those Mbore ahead of then a to if the authorities most have ast some gpients between Sphalerds ni d
S, what fighting hadbeen done by head. time required the surrender of all Amer which have been ied t
Boys' W aists and Pants. a bodyy lad what wa. to be feared Amerlcah flag of ilse in the place or the government for publlcccsmamptloL
i bout the Plays. On Saturday morning that the Inhabitants have not Solght Itnfms quite fat book. e oad1
the American port oftPonce, ;. P., was possesion of thbe sta and Mripes, for dispatches, published on July IS, told
/IT ER O *doilng businesseven to the etablish. even after the oitywaswhollyin the o "thegloriousdestructionoOefw t's
THE B. OGECO., msa$ triot quarantine regulation., haud of the United State forces there qudron." ."The Spauish navy may
with the U. 8. Cincinnati a guard. wasscarcely an American emblem to die, but nevel surrenders," mays, and
IFmART INDS 0 WHOI L EME MO E. ship and Captain Cbhester a captain o be sn except those Of he soldier and adds Shat after a glorious omb t all
uan. O the port. A United Satai nsadron,A omiparatively small number of the the Bpanish vessels ank "after giving .
ii G oIHlG t Ec with the Masohumesat flagship, was miniature lag. which are mold Us bIet. battle to Sampsou's fleet and siuking
i o ) i F U home in the bay, with the mural.. toahole insigula by the bcksters as the New York, Mamadmhasettb, A.j.umpo-
oeAS* r OUB B IN CO FIthe guns capped and the gn crews ome onThursdy weliend anotherunboatof the am
Ioka A4ITmes for OUR BUoINhS O.dFIywEOl whre most of whichinot given.
STHE TRADE ONLY. ORDEli Merchant ahips of different nations them abut. ome, chiefly these of Porto
FI UIl WI pBFROM CONSUMURS NEITHER yaobsa, tugs and lighter indloet4 a Iicas or of persons able to holes a for. Wea oMeme Tose.
L UIl IIl r Cl1M Miti. BOLICITED NOR DE IRED. busy harbor On shore warehouses hat eign flag, were doing a small business. Weyler madc a mistake by not re-
wee closed on Thursday were open, Timid provision dealer, whom tnde mininglo in Cuba and getting hato the
f5.,^a*!f~na Mfau. w~nrreceiving and delivering good sT emade it neoessry that they remain Bunder. le might like UerveMa
Quotations Made Promptly on Application. b, ieg'"' hs, e' H m,,igt ieh t i ,
Quotations e omply o Appli oldls who paed in front f them opm. shivered whe Americans entered have become an Amecanhem--Ptls-
Feb 11-i6m wwe, many of them, unarmed, having to buy, fearing tha if they sold to the burg Time.
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. disoaededMeve revolvers and oartrage pig tbe Spanulads might come back
Sbol. Here saM there a closed war, and out them up for doing mo or that ser ttn e m Twaee
house gave the appearance of a partial Spanish ymlpathisers among their onm- Unole Sam had better look twloe be
*I r^_* ^ obeervaonce of the Baturday half boll. tomers would show resentment. In ore he Philippine.-Toledo B..
day. A British merchant captain, who dome case these men gave away what. ..
had been ive days in the harbor trying ever an American asked for, but "t'rew X tde or Clie.
Spi to dischrWe bla eargo, welcomed the fits for sure" at his first emay to get The United States is a onstry big
I T;0l tranaformatioq that bad come over the out his pocketbook. They would have enough and varied enough So furanil
' oene not les than the Porto Ricans none of his money. l ter in the day, volunteer for any climate.-Washie.
Sand the agreeably surprised Amerioan when the Americans became more na- t Post
S( soldiers and sailors. e had beead on. meroum and showed a corresponding in. MoNTOOEmST. Ala., Aug. B0.-Brig-
a. a ble to get anybody to work at unload. creme of capacity, It is fair to my the dier General William 0. Oe has rioe-
conlag his cargo of provisions before the tradesmen of this typ became less oeived an order from the war depart.
CO arrival of the Amerleanssad be hadl uimemish. They took money and mado meant to report to the Second corp as
r oooidered itS advimble to go armed change, Oamp Alger. Major Uenoral But.er is
LO when in the city. Now he w a Sart natives were able to turn a in command of the diviTioa oc wb.ch.
Among people who believed in wotr. good thing un a monetary way earlyon General Osate' brigade will form a pamrt
' F It was a picture, the arrival of the tha day (f the Americans' arrival. They CLAKnMnDon, Ark.. Aun. l(a-k''av un-
.3o lO iAmerican o.Tharsday morning, when 6Walagly quoted pricee in dollars In roe, two women and three men, were
"usf tIe America Sgo was holi as~day. hesadof peso, and quietly took the good lynched here at midnight for killlag .
break over tSh o -e of the Spa8ijh American dollars oered them as peo T. Orr, prominent white itsins.
.e aptaln of i~a aort. At the bhour fhesr value, Sing mohuing. When Yankee Orr' wife, who, is was alleged, hind
she amilis a.faosed tshe oldierwre shewdaves woke ap, the dollar imme. the neroes to. murder her busted4.
S. r wakfasting toeAmericu ofloern diately went ga prmnium of 100 per committed suidde by poisoning herself
W b oia ---'I ttd about the eity to oeUt. Yesterday the name ratio prevail- in jail.
SwhSrich -hey ad', co neoin the gatleof td. This morning the premium had de. JACUON, Miss., Aug. 1L.-The state
enemies l by reeldent of the olty, who climed to 7 percent, and bthi afternoon board of health has sent cat a eorps ol
meald at show themcostrioiesmnough. In many places American silver Is ao tln.peoor for trials and guard. ft
It was a oiueoidenea os to- *epe uo. cepted only as per with' Spanish. It ading pores to protect ta e as
lse huht thi sAs en usaleos of the made man FaMto FIrt am with the against a possible spread of yellow fews
A "Assee anf oe enmgi sa IS amonsted artwheel at m obtteor thane wt1h from Franklin, IA. No permna ea e.
SbAr. o hetups M o She pale or juicet*oe. Spantd gharlatoter bt owmh f tear Mississippi from Louislana withost
ietd Thithm Tie A hrsut*ive a hither ,sled nwan d what ehe other ollowss lad is health eoarsifate.
the W Umu I the As m S1 I after having hadotoobe one The lawof supply and
V csed s W a ase I show Si the roads over which the demand was mein la tive operation AIvow, AD, Aug. 1 -T'l
lch4 Tmrto $orthelblomomIen0 g Speane_0Mlosing W W gaoe mal suipe of righe lhasbome America gold and soloCar and Equipme nt o= hM a
amaam I "mwls.l60imehsm -,,-.---0-J- -h--noto-continued as-thetilpaer-cent Pro tecived an order from r the villi
m 001 lMDE new), M -~- ~ 11M W) ba.. e ntand Nashville rafilr Noaden caree... -
BitWastIesa I Ike .47loot th incisaing nav mp.+ aktuth"-ium. P Aa noa r i reptrm d thatdGeneral m perin Ni,
BR se.ame. rUam oam oM ive a. 0MBeian. Sa.e, who has been ma ,
.bUs! ade eit oi. *edimendrthe i Wse asu g e hrrShe ddti o ge a frt paS ds s eeseud a

wia e ghrlsare .a em!WS "^aS eme a5s.ah p e isj
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W TRW mamt O m b'! ,iIt 'al!T tarMgest 0 b-thettoing a Shre urat am mwne Wtihna fmrot-p e
FC=NrOaNek nla a- e -s .''c= htoufeb--o* o olos ?ill'e OF A, Al&a, Aug. 5IL-Mr.JlS e .
fi n,. ,r, Ah h i. m tha lhis s mmo l meomlatsdlom She b ae Dlst e in hllmso AlisMessi aw l.
*h i amen hiddw-a. h .mims he Amw isan o es. .Is enoat onthe, .at ..erh. ofhia m &6
4 wk10 = d.sso s ib i that ea m ted So ama apis into being.re siden and s entd a uallet a

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The effort made a year or two ago to
suppress tho normal and manual train-
ing school at Orange Park was not suc-
cesful. The fall term begins Wedni s.
day, October 5, 1898. Ernest R. Lath.
am is the principal, whose address is
Orange Park, Fla.
Rev. H. B, Someillan, of Tampa,bhas
been assigned a& minister representing
the Methodists at Santiago and will
soon leave for that place. Mr. Somell-
Jan is a patire Cuban, and has been la-
borialdamong his people in Tampa for
eeveihllrs.
ClJiatdge Phillips, of Tampa, re.
elived a telegram Saturday from the
bshe*aofsUalk county notifying hib
thsafil n sDI oildles at Lakelad were
tbre tW b release irom the BartoW
jail lfl ir of their regiment who
was pved of the muraderot
j 1Jadge instruated the
heolW avinethe prisoner to he ID
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/ Some of the MOre Im-
porant Events.

Rev. Richard Johnson, colored, it is
rumored, is to be postmaterat Quincy.
The citizens of Hamilton county will
vote on the wet and dry 'question Sept.
6th.
The Metropolis Rays improvements
are being made in 11l portions of Jack
souville.
There are 3.300 cat loads of army sup-
plies at Tampa-3 000 in warehouses
aid 800 in can.
Malarlon is devoid of bitter taste.
Cures chills and fever; acts on the lhver
and regulates the system venerallv. Al
druggists.
Thirty-six soldiers died in Tampa
since the war began, and twenty-elihtl
are buried there.
It is estimated that $4,500 were left
in Orlando by those attending the state
Democratic convention held the re re-
cently.
Malarlon with Malarion Tablets guai
enteed cure for chills, fever anti ague.
or money refunded. 50 cents. All
druggists.
Alachua county is to be congratulated
upon the fact that the last dollar owed
for the Arection of the court house has
been paid.
Malarion is endureed by best phvwi.
clans and guaranteed to care chilis, fe-
ver and uague, All druggistsi, or from
Moflit.West Drug Co., Si. Louis.
E. 0 EAin'. & Co. will sell you a
large load of Dry tine, Ash or Oak
Wood to any part of the city for $1.
When you need wood call up 'Phone 5
It is stated that a company will erect
a 83N0.000 starch factory at Ocala, pro-
vided the citizens of Marion county will
guarantee to plant 5,000 acres of caseya.
There are a number of young men in
Gainesville contemplating going to Cuba
and Porto Rico as soon as peace is de-
alared between the United States and
Spain.
Last week the trustees of the state
agricultural college at Lake City elected
Prof. H. K. Miller, of Raleigh, N. C.,
as chemist and professor of physics, in
the place ot Prof. A. A. Perasons.
The Plant System has handled 1,732
carloads of melons this year, of which
746 carloads passed through Savannah.
The total for the season will exceed
thi.-uumber considerably.
One hundred and fifty Insane patients
have been received at the Florida asy-
lum for the insane poor since the irst
of January. Jacksonville and Dural
county sent more than any other town
or county.
Delay ts dangerous-wnlen you have a
Cough or Cold, take PEEK'S PINE
TAR eYRUP at once; it will cure
quicky. Peek's Drug Store, Lemo09
streil oppoeate court house. *
Orlando's pineapple crop is selling at
remarkable prices. In the home mark-
et nubbins are bringing from 15 to 20.
cents apiece,while those shipped to the
eastern and middle states are bringing
from 40 to 60 cents net.


the only positive cure known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being the
constitutional disease,reoulres a consti-
tutional treatment. Hall's Cstarrh Cure
Staken Internalvly. sctlng directly up-
on the blood and mucous surfaces or
the system, thereby destroying the
foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting nature in do-
Iog its work. The proprietors have so
mubh eoaodeuee in It* curative powers,
tbat (hey offer One Hundred Dollars
f ir any ease that it false to cure. Sand
list of testimonials.
Addrees, F. I. O C Vr &.Coo., Tole-
d 1, 0. g~rold by all uraggslis, 7B5

Dr. Bloom, a noted magastic healer,
of Lake menty, hs purchased the
fhdge om-*Plne Oa(le"-near De
Lan J,and will locate a sanitariem there
greatt Improvements are to b, made to
he pnace.


THE TIME$-H-ERALD. F'RtDAYPALIG'jUST 19


Mrs. Julih D. Tuttle has purchasedlof
the Fort Dallas Land Company the strip
of lind lyinr between time rviruad spur
and Fourteenth street betweoi Are-
naes C sad D, at Miami. It will be
converted into a park to be used by the
guests of Hotel Miams. The purchase
price was 85,100.
Jacksonville has a population of 30,-
000 and there are now about 23.000 soul.
disrs In the city and vieusity, and so fai
thisle onthonly 27 deaths have been
reported to the board of health and two
,of thb number were suicides. Eight
died of typhold fever, one a colored
child andl another a resident of the
couuntrv. The other six were soldiers
In camtap. None others died of fever of
any kiud. Uf the entire 27 death, 18
were white persons.
The High Spriugs Sntianel says that
J. Y. Bradley has mi hts possession a
relic of the late war whtth is indeed li.
teresting. It is the pay roll of Co I,
uineteeuth regiment of South Carolbi a,
to which Mr. Ilalley beuiotied, having
enlisted when be was 14 years ofage,
and serving four years. The paper
contains the full enrohmieuntof the com-
pany, with their pay. Mr. Bailey also
lhas the last L onfetlerate 8:0 t IteU that
was paid him in the service.
The horse ridden by Frank Grangeir
wims.,m tragic deathli occurred laLt week
Monday nearO ran,e Heiiths,was badly
crippled and bruised when found, show-
ing plainly he had fallen in thile trestle
upon which Mr. Granger was killed.
Parts of the dead lman's body were
found a mile away from where the acci
dent happened. A piece of his shirt
was found at Cairupville. Parties who,
viewed the remainmt sa he was the
worst mangled person they ever saw.-
Gainesville Sun.
Sebastian Lehman, a Freinhumau b3
birth, a Floridiaa by adoption, has a
home on South Lake Weir, where bis
brother Jacques started a vinevyrd ten
years ago, which has borne the finest
kiud ot gralis and made money for the
owner. Mr. Lehman sayshe knows ol
no business for the amount of money
Invested that has given as ,Rod returns
as his Vineyard. This year's yield was
but 82 barrels, or 1440 gallons, owing to
dry weather. The crop of 1897 was
2.300 gallons, while that of 1894 was
3,200 gallons. He has sold all the wine
he has male at from $1.50 to $2 per
gallon.

Important to Mothers,
The manufacturers of Castoria has','
been cominellel to spend hundreds cf
thousands of dollars to famillarizi the
public with the signature of haba. iH.
Fletcher. This has been nieaeltate I
by reason of pirat s eounterfelting the
Castaris trade mark. This counterfelt.
Ing is a o.ime not only against the pro-
prietors of Oastorta, but agalast the
growing generation. All p rsons should
be careful to soe that a*toria bears
the signature of Ohas. H. Fletober, if
they would guard the health of their
children. Parents, and mothpre In
partloula, ought to sareftally examine
the Cautora advertl enonts whlob
have been appearing la this paper, and
to remember that the wrappieof every
bottle of gonuali Castorla bears the
fao-esimll eigeature of Ca, H. Fletbhr
under whose supervision It has been
mnaufaatAred ooatmluously for over
thirty yars.-Phllie. Bulletin.

The readers of this oaper will be
pleased to learn that there Is at less
one dreaded disease that selencehas
been able to cure in all its stages,and
that is Catarrh. Hall's Caiarrh Ca e Is


Twenty Years Proof.
futt's Liver Pills keep the bow.
Ils in natural motionand cleanse
:he system of all impurities An
absolute cure for sick headache,
dyspepsia, sour stomach, con-
stipation and kindred diseases.
"Cuat do w t them"
R. P. Smith, Chilesburg, Va.
writes I don't know how I could
do without them. I have had
Liver diMease for oter twenty
years, Am now entirely cured.

Tt', Lve PHIs


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now to Looeek i.
Good looks are eally mors than saktli
deep, depending erllrely on & hea thi
condition of all the vital oriane. f
thie liver 6 Inlstive you, have s bil. -
look, It your stomach I dierideral..
you have a dysppp Ie look. If : our kid-
ne a are affected, you have a plach-l
look, Becure good bealih, awl ybu will
surely have good 'ouki Eleetrio Bit
terms Isa good alterativo and tonic; aiot
directly on the Itonmae, hir >and kid-
ney, purifrlee the blood, eureidmeaplep,
btlotebe and boils, and gives a gool
compleiln. Every bottlegesuantaed.
Sold at the drug store of Aoketmuran
Stewart, W0e per bottle. ,
Mother's Cae.
Mrs. Bena, of Bridgeport, Fla who
is now located In Jacksonville, would
like to care for one or two wntheries
children. Will give them the be-t iof
care and a lov lyV home, at reasouahle
rates. Children must not be )lest hain
iwo years' old nor more than twelv.+.
Cull vu or write to Mrs. Julia ltetLz,
160(7 Jiami street, east J.ackainvilhe.
Floridma. J T 2. ti
Keener vs. Tim.
Having a stock of Watch aen clock
Material on hand. and wishing to quti.
the repair business, I will do wori at
'the following ow prices unill stock is
used up: Watches and Clocks--maii
prtnz, 75c; cleaned, 75c; and cr tiai
on watches, 10 to 15 cents. Have hill
eleven years experenucu in watch
'nd lock ntlna Giv. ma a cu'l
and be convinced *
i 'KIY Kv';NvI.,
Are You Ooing to the Ccast?
Tl'ho,e of our rendered A I.> mrr ex ,e,
ing to spend a portion u( the 1e tm
term at the seaside will ito well toi in-
veatigate the advantage to be fmlind at
Coronado Beacbh,opoite New SameWa.
At Corondedo tba t anm e abiug In
the country will he found, bathi ul i
unehoelleA, and no prettier beach can
be found on the Atlantic coast. If you
anticipate going away fiom home
luring the summer, we would advise
y.n to write to WV.H.Newell, proprietor
of tie 8eassid Hotel, Coronado Bef rh,
fo il particulars. l'ostofflce address.
New Smyrna, kVa. Justf

Registration Notice.
Tlhe registration book for Putnam
county will be open in my otilce at the
court house, in Palatka, for the purpose
,if relestratio, on the following days
each week, Mondiay, Wedncsday, and
Friday. from 9 u 'lock a. m. to 12 m.,
and from 2 o'clock p. m. to 5 p. m.
W. P. ANMiS|,N.
j 290 Rigistration Otticer.
When wear b glis to exceed repair
in your body you ate golng to fal: silk.
The signs of it art: low of flesh, pale
ne s, weaknas, nervousness, etl. The
repair neededis food. You thin< you
eat enough. and yet you feel that you
w. ar out more tissue, ergy, serve
torce titan your food wakes or yo',.
The dilculty is that you do not digest
emouh. And t le Ja so serious it Is
worth sittlug down erlously to thini,
aboutL If yo em't dl wbhea yuu
eat, take a few doe of Blker Lies
Iive Cor.llal. The effect of It will b.
to ne'ressto your fSels an. make yeo
feel stronger. You won't fail sik
Proof bat It isl eoutrol of your rf
palrapparats. It' s e enough l0
test this fotr youartf. Take few oo
ties of Shaker Dilestloe o di sil.
At bdmgglet, pinU deats to t per
bottle.


Tutt's Pills

Cm AN

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RIPT IURE ltnee. It Is to tbcee ulany umnortunate being
RUPTURE witosffer often unsnuoted mid in silence,
atr weiextend aconrdaltai ialo to soinsmeiand
Universal omplaiit. ,f i.. .llo w .ti t o VSIoron
we.R.at teexplartonf we. U we will t
I'*, th e wh., ki.,w n,,, hhng ,,flhefflft Trefund fthe mney Itfound notastifactory.
W c beit,, (ci iiiV, ialiled roi .tvies it will he Ia i ITTING A TRnS.-,
lurirIlngoe'; mlTomt t lt mlmie'. l.lf the hu-aot T> think iboutt Is easy, ut it is oinly s*y
liMan fami ly tI. amltmitted wim this i tal-ailt, tothose who Ih-roughly nnderstant herstAr.
This is trluimA, mdIn te f 4 it44 of tr11 atent are Ie reduced and retained with a trusls maal I.
Thereisamethodofr taininglhernia .l wever. rdng to its own ieect irty., llumetng ten
1i1 -t 1miem iver uiy aicceit(ed r m ioinge p erfet It )er 1 of Practical experience in fitting trttmser
not only retailer the hernia.hlmttis time Immost we lhave not found a single case that we could
pot r onlyr1etin the hernuia, t111-heln tr sitkn.otretain. Itcosmtntl e thlt l tobeeS'tiod but
existent oe. to wer n see.
etn. NO. 999 TRIES. TH CltE AR IOTIIR TR4hoMl.
As lIs well know tllmoit ot time aMllan.ie for Many of wli niittlit be glid If they eould
this miala my are not ,,mtiefctory to the wearer( om1ly ie tims11 0Wit; bmt eziexrbmne proves that
often domng more hariml thian good and falling amlmuet eerY individual r niulir a different
entirely to retain time hernia. Im lollmmands o shat -trim s-oneheI m liarlty of our trmslit
peop'e are suffering rrom ill-littlmg trusmes. or thatit san be f tted to ansa..e
doing without entirely, thulm endangeringo their CLUTi4.
livee. because tle trubsee they mave trieml to wea. ewsr" of hard rubber trussms that cannot be
hmvo given them nhiratilie pimilnanid tmunveir shalmid without heating,athemy will not hold.
--WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF--"
H. R. and Elastic Trusses, Suspensory Bindages, Pessaries
and ill kinds of Rubber Goods.

Crescent Drug Store,
C. J. VARRETT, Proprietor.
PALATIA, FLORIDA.


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HE TIMES-HERALD. FRIDAY, AUGUST 19 4

Scroftula, a V ile O i nI 1 L oSE. t of ncaed For MLttoers. sLUALD YSUBav-X-X..
O aUR UVUAfIIIIVb L RemwInilg the Postoffce at Pa ~--
A ^.A MELROSE, Aug. 18. latkaFla., for the week ending August8%4 MONIH Ar DAT I WILL PRe.
S --M'ta. POMOAIA There was a plulae a Goodson's lake 17, 188: ? Td'myiSMA s.soSto S 5ouod a
P Oth., tanc .. NA. last Friday. whioh was quite largely at. W ene Li, A4d.14 to M0o i Pe"
of blood Dorse h. Wi lis Neton A. dmiuistoo, gbA l22.jl' PHu`Ia Ftewi as
tonabl.es, is niM et al PolOa, Aug. tended by our young people,who report lus, V Miller, Tom o.". cIaRLL,
Inherited in sH b l aud,. 8 8 MN boi Pehaving had a good Lime. eveval mPar- Epolion, N N M..rgan, Thiney Admaisstrator
is the hilA.Min Fanni Pek returned rlddy .sons were presentL.rom Oak UGrv and Jenkins, Rob McuLiao, J H. fob 10, '94. C am totmI t-sise-s .
I th.e oq 'ri, -sh- ee Ae;lom a week's vili with fries, IIIthe (.kJlevle LemoldoaI nd lIs cream Mull. Adam Muen, Chum N
o forne out Gem City. Palatk a being I o mer were among the refrtshment served Nelson, umber Roberts, Oscar ADINISTRATOS NOTICE.
e -home trustseenjoyed f ijourn It expected that a party of nine, LAVsasIT.s11pAak.siNngg ed to
.edal, eledm s there, and the meetigof IftoaLny c- cw Ostugof Mesrs. Cadwell. Vogel- Brown, Blanch W Teal on, Jane an nhers as s
with i tfdl, adhe eiordg I wallqualatces. bach, a Townsend, Mrs .reepprelln, Millie-- T lev, ibbla tleCom j nasm os da,
M Up -n. .ou -M i .l0n, .ao e LM. T)IObim nt, Rebeccad r41= 1%b sldon s d rmtte. lthrAd
im..ihe 0ear. ... Mr. Vincent, Sr., It noibered on the bet four children, and Mrs. Merryman, Leurlman AnMe Tailor; MIalaTy mstrationo u a anst PCKa
onokraFu $sack list thisw Wealso tnoM is lAn ieTilo lity,-11SP C X.
iabetat"y werea ik lit this w ee. We lo Ngrqt no will here btis week Thursday for McLoyn arder Wllianws, Chania e a-$a Admintitrmrtz.
smae ol ames, ad his ting that Mr. oblsonu cooittues tb be the north. North, Alberta Waton, MrsCeha
aa *Los : 4 er y vryll, and b unable to ld up except Wh h, m ry NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION-
wa for a few s atesl at a time. t r Whitcomhv will return shortly Peron calling for the above letters
a m "aIts v to Miami m his health seems to be bet- will plU ie UV"ADVINII" L*n OW.* AT AI A 'LLun Fss. ..I L
.a5 ht lie vgese t Mr. Morooa,ofJacksoornvill, made a ter there. He haM been spending s- D. U. Kan P. Mn No Ju ne Is iu .neI TMSATIs.I
Business trip re re ly eral weeks here wth the family. The twomosttic li n a wo- i anl ort l of
wh Mr CWelh left for the north Mrs. asnnd Is away for a few days a' we e i e re ri, lrclio, ohttk, Florid. on
we i last week, upon hearing of the illue vyacation.W ado onlh e g rl o an mn he w mak all" d
(8 p'se ^. L V- of hbl mothern-law. ".. thegirl woman, and the woman I ybrand Mlllernftit ervill, Pfia.,RdMIS
ohrovemo'srne result us i Miss Emma Alderman is In Waldo on mother. At these times Dr. Pieree's s names tef.,lwii wlms topro"b
oT h t l .dos tle ne wh Irving latt spent a few days in Pa a visit to friends. PFavorite Prerlptlon Is of Ineldeul*- cawjiu idease up and ulivation of
[:gorhim. use zom goohisWb54 latklaJst week vistingrelatives Iinot.via;
vs h iesti, hhis skin i trfe ela ek t l Wm.Corpew recently ad a short "l>al.. Itstrengthens and Ina. aerius, Fla.
.th, sad be has b u ress r Mrs. Bracy and son, Will, left Friday visit from his cousai, Mr. Bruce, a so. rates the organs distinctly femninln-, H. e ma.*, *
Mo alt., MsoseoG. morinor for their home ID Newr Hmp- dier sotuoned at Tomps,. Pmotes regularity of the funltioon, C. A. Irow. *- io,
For rel blood troubles it ws awrt hire. Mr. Bracy.who is veryrlow with allays irritation and Inftlammation, j.,ly.ta egitr.
of time to sta oune fram th doe. consumption, came heme lt winter Do Yo Redp cheeks tnnetrll daiatslig draluns
S S. Blood i "me"aebeyond the* hlopilngthat our orida climate might what people are saying about Hood's and puts the whole delicate orBgalsm A
ki.. 8 wi8fSpecific, prove beneficial to his health, but as he Sarsaparilla. It is curing the wordt lIto perfect ooditiou. Almost ill the
C Sor o1I bhas hbeoencostantly falling,they thought cases ofr crofula,dvspepsa.rheumntlim ls of womanknd are reable tosomes
f.rwm of whie, is known as, "female
v.JITimJO f besttogrant his wish that he might and all forms of blooddiseases, e:up-- o omlao Ther arenot t s We L iqu
beaches all deep-seated ases which return to h northern home. Upon ions, sores, boil nod pimples. In a hundred of women's pe.olr di W ines, Liquors
other remedies have no effect upon. It leaving herehe was verylowaud unable giving strength to weak and tired wo. e*ae tht Dr. Pmaroe' PFavorite Pre-
is the only blood remedy guaranteed to sit up much, although he has bad men. Why shoubl you hesitate to take noription will not eure
purely vegetablethnd cortnser no pot good medical attention during his stay it when at is doing so much for And Cigars.
Books maled free to any addnes ba here. They were accompanied by Mrs. others. runt Redue Rates.
wjft Specific Co.. Atlanta. Ga. Bracy's sister, Mrs Worcester. They Hood's Pill,. itre the best family coh, The railroad commissioners are pre- Very. Old Wines
have our best wishes for a successful artic and liver tonic. Gentle, reliaMbi, parng to institute proceedings In the A Specialty.
journey, and we trust that God will sure. various couintles against the railroadel
Sfl pare Mr. Bracy's life until be may that have disregarded the order of the Sopeeial attention riven to thetillingof
SlI Uo A llUi. reach his home. FRANCIS. commission to induce the passenger Jugs and Kegs.
Those from here who attended the rate. We also handle the very
YOS Look Pale drama at Como were delighted with the rF'ANCIs, Aug. 17. The suits brought to the circuit court best of Case Goode
Eeel Tired? entertalomont, and are pleased to learn During thb onst month or six weeks of Columbia county will be conducted
from members of the dramatic cub that refreshing ralu have fallen almost ev. by T. E. Iooerou, states attorney. IDAHO SALOON,
Got Spring Fever ? other entertainments will be given in ery day, andi a a result crops are look. In Walton county, Stat. Attorney 18 Lemon Street, Palatka, l]a.
You B ood the future. ing fine. A large acreage of sweet po-. John H. McKiunty will prusecute the *
Needs a Tonc And now that the war i s over we look mtoes has been planted and the ptin. ceses.
Needs a Tounic.o the tin e that h eped since it pecLtis ood for a large yi d. There 8te Attorney Joseph B. Wall will
Take a bottle of began and wonder how our nation has has been a big growth of beggar weed, prosecute the suits in Hilaboro anid
Quaker Reme.ly Co's accomplished so much in o short a crb grass. and other fodder crops. Polk counties.
....RON PILLS.... time. What other natio n coud have Corn has done remarkably well. every- In Marion county, State Attorney Syd
rasIRed nd equipped an army and pro- thing considered. Dr. Miller showed aL Carter will have cbhge of the cases. R. P. K EENER,
Gives strength and tone to the entire duced and manned a navylike our, stalk the other day that had seven oar
system, and makes ruddy cheeks and acomplnshed h work tht s been on it, nearly all up to the medium size. GOCURB-NOPAY Oraduate Optician,
rich, red blood. accomplhed thn four moth? The Hs field will overage two large ears to That Is the way sEll drullto ST tEEMITr PALAU KA, FLA
dnn~in ~o n o'e In lesthan four mouths? The helk. S VB-S TASTELBS CHILL
100 Pills, 100 Doses, destroying of such fleets as those in the the stalk. rONIO for Chills anT Malaria. It is --
FRICE FIFTY CENTS. harbors of Manilla and Santiago with The way orange trees are growing dliply Iron aid Qninlne In a tastele What is Better than
Costs itle to give them a trial-wh y so little loss of life will be looked upon this summer s restoring confidence in form, Ohildren love it. Adn a p-- Good
nCot. Allwishing to testrial- wonhy by future generations as almost a mira- the Ildustry. and plans arebelnt'talked f,,r it to hitter nausetiug toc G od Eye-sight ?
derful merits, must call on cle, for where have such deeds been over with a view to saving the trees in Priee. 3e Juo 31y Now Is the time to have your eyes
I R done before ? The stars and stripes are cue a cold snap next winter should
AN & justly entitled to the reputation accord. make it necessary to protect them. Registrntion Officers. P" oe w tted. A
I ed them in the toast given at a banquet Mr. Johnson has a telephone connec- Following is the ofl,:ial lint of District
WAOLE5ALE AND RETAIL In Shanghal, China. The English con-. ton now between bhi turpentilfe plant registration Officers, appointed by eu-
Drggl., Sii, Iil tl p Will pllr. sul had toasted the British flag as fel. and Palatka by way of Francis. pervsorW. P. Anderson, Augu.t l.5h,
-- -- lowi: "Here's to the Union Jack, the The tobacco crop is mostly harvested 1808: N W AH
S1M m : flag o flags, the flag that has floated on and ready for the buyer. District 1-J H. Harrison.
ROLLIN C LL.L every continent and on every sea for a 4 2-W. M. Williams. [ C l hlO iiri
TAND FOR thousand yqars the flag on which the Enterprinlag DrIaIsts. 8-Robert W. Bard. I'tlS 211U3 LlJir
.3D UAIOIsun never sets." The Americans pres- There are few men a.ore wide awake 4-HenrBry arvnt. 1FRONT ., r., PALAT Ir A.
TitOIODUG I eut were a little overawed until Eli and enterprising than Aekerman & e 5-Job W. Harrison. Firatelso"1k omk gfai'uteed,
PRACfM. WUCA11ON. W, r-i
B"lrTo hPerkins was called upon tO n dto tBtew&rtt who spare no palnel toetrtem 0-John C)rk. Work unile no short notie. -
the toast of "The Stans and e thebeet of everything In their lne T-T. V. Blncks.
DZPA0AR Th'5NIT1 Looking into the proud faces of the for their mayn euatoteers. They now eS-."-efN.-
Ens.h n bm'. d:'-Hedre' ehave the valuable ney for Dr. of N eed
CeZe- IKinE'slshme, he.id: ..eres e Nw Di.scvery .osump- o" _. B egan.oe
.-- aStan and tripes of the new Bepublic. tion, coughs and colds. This is the u 10-E. U. Dncey.
Every ldithe as When the setting lights up the remedy tt i. oduin 11-L. T. upree
woll pt t n derfulremedy that 1 producing A hn-L. T. Dupreeg
t eas w oorresponedin" intheAlbs, the rn s aute uch a furor all overlsheeountiybyIt 12i-Peter Garine. a.
poetio tl the ai coll.ese in her on the rock-bound cosm of Maine. many startling cure. It absolutely 13-eorg Weller. Try the Seaide
lsand.Ual Lon Healthfultrroand- It is the flag of liberty, never lowered eures ashma, bronchitis, hoarseness ** 14- F. J. Fearnside.
I nos.Wil tal5t-l.ed illoMr ; to any foe,and the only fagthat whipped and all other affections of the threat, .o 15-A. Usina. For fine fshin, excellent habiag
b.a'fhM eab bustdeatis.given the lag on whloh the un ever sets. chest and lungs Oall at the above 16--R. P. Lyon. and thc prettiest beach on the At-
a o e i ilaselfwiutili ew s rcs ehar YANEI GIRL. drug store and gt a trial bottle fm or 17--R. L. Kenne ly. 1lntic coast, where the air Is pure
ilUSSIL Vi.e ft". Ba mkses's Ars'eSei've. a regular lse for c 4i S1. Guear- a' 18-Laban Prce. and refreshing,
per further tnformisUos and Oataiopmgs
apply o t mwAsu Ms. Aeat The Best Salve n the world for OCp, teed to care or price reftndod. 19-E. B. Lane.
Wuiass A. .aS. Bruis., Horep, Ulcers., alt Bbsin.. 1 o0-). Bobannon .-CoronadoBeach...
oFever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands. WELA A*. 6 s21-A. B. Townsend.
Chilblains, and all Skin Eruptions, 22-.eorge Weathe nbee. Leads the ,Procession.
and poasively earc Piles. or nopay re- WELAKA, Aug. 18. 6 28-F. E. Davis. Coronado is opposite New
quired. It s guaranteed to give per- Frank Hurner has recovered from in .' 24-Chail I Thgpin. y oronado oy tw he New
feet satisfaction or money refunded. attack of typhoid feyer. and will return 9- W. Gren. ayrta, nly tw hou r c et tlc-
Price M oets per box. For sale by this week to Tampa,where he employed re.C. HOWELL, Palatio, and you can tec-
SAkerman. Btewart. by the Standard Oil Company. Dep. Regltrtlon er. prce by wrtin moderah e
: HOLLISTER. Hadley Long has returned to Mem-
..,onh t of phlA. Tenn.. where he has a pla In The B t Prescripton for Chill. SEASIDE HOTEL.
Trew pf bege tho HOLLhTeRt AUhd 1e the cotten exchange, He has been nd fever is a bottle of Grove's Ta.te-
Oshal and Y,. rS. A. Oeo thevtg his parents at Radabwood for l Chill Tom. Never fll to cyre;ansnarProp
ali*e*wwr.r ,tposp.b ,hute... Mr. and Mu.b t. Oacni ropo ee about two months then why experlmett with wotrhlot P.eO. ddren, New N ayrls, Fla.
( lekt t s.wri&F.eDandproper.) bsppy o events of a nine pound bii.a The winy e .,si> E.I-
*. 0 AR afeO.,Wra. P I t, boP n Aug. 1ti Mrs. Priddy and son, Arthr, of tPa- mitation ? Price 0c. Juo8 ly .
K pillOA-o..Oratn.MAh. L. 8. Turbyoc l hc a received neww of rth k t re vitiling with Mri A. J. Biy- AVts isR
tentotihe death of h lutueer l m Wynmewood, soldm. l.-TyheeaSthu e.odni a omm
l-gtesld, T., on tho atd of Auguat. ard t6 Arre-mennl *re now prre m' *. t phrWels toat flaFpa blood pu the Bi
Dg ftat Aer an Stewars. the V Oo ryin reading tha cyprtus !snd. nar as^r mae mush the asie b at eakng h
(aI 8o & F. aDz l.) potliaoes t b hrve stem tod thes vis n, s d e s r s Oenk. Tuhe Wilson Cedprem .IT em en
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1is113S D rRDoAvY." aStephen A. Douglass, son of the umi. tatio or poll ax s to I d by law at I. t "eoemthl te Milonad eo a ll. -
.r..- nept statesman of that name who ru and p lbl t to nis ..t Ue lIw fIgaaotated SdrpelU.
W IU. I KDOILL iM r Md iRlfti, for president against Lincoln I 1860, tied to a recelpt upon payment ~f purpose ade namaltg to lIneeau d
has renounced his allegsoane to the B.. amount, witlest additional cots or 0 This Meretolstao alone to
1' 1140-sa oe publiclan party and formally joined the charges of ay M etanr. The law ak esofgh to bring forth Utet sparn f t
t 5Bot Democracy. thei pymnt of thu poll taxi pm Pei db tepublicastem froan every ho*-
He mays: "Of late years the tendency elst to votig. and say addi th lto at .iti in state. By the way, 1 )
All n voaUf hilarG .od p of the Ropubilean party has ben to in the way of St. fees, or etwlese, we woodeI the Bepublicans ar t apt
sewb mofnen special med t4 ol .oIuOud e
*Ji. aerife.A st-o* wr expe. fasten the government, under the con. would be pp g additional requIled- *peetoog some campaign money frlm
o. o. troll of truts and monopolies. The meoats notattihornsed by law, and milht the ralir ade? t. t.f

DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. todency of the Democratic party has read in dUlgy dprvi a en of ""d pr -ig OISO
W.r Bryan dad tiver oleveland, Ike MA
-been to curtail the power of money., the inght to vote. The0oeto0 a1 d carge W t JA l raden an twoI Yseld O -a
For Justices of the supreme Court, and place the government In the hands premibed by law in cae on f dfal tf e ld o the ad 4th wdlh it i.
I L. TAYLOR, of the mass of the people," Mr. Doug. the payment of taxes an applicabloonly mooracy" tha have been prominently mat"et"m d by emie proOemse
Of Alahus Ooonty. lam says he has no desire for political in such ase oer the pd tx before the p bite of reeat yearn, says known f tlo CM" e IA 1M SySm
SOF. office, and w not a candidate for any- property, real or per the Jackonvlle trol both the ti
Forstate Tramuer. thing. He is, therefore, not a sore- maybe. The payment of t poll tax record asoppoedtodthepolicyofnasez- taU d original remedy. As the.
ForB..hea.Tr rr, *andI mperilismy be. Theh ptymentoisbe pol xd rab al ex OfS alman
J. B. WHITFIELD, head. may be enforced,butnocoeteorctharge stoi a d Imper m ty the CAtUie rur.o.
Of Leon County. He switches on a safe principle. His can be required o culected in connec- discussed by the public, and believed to only, a knowledgeof that S'ht ws
'or Railroad Commissioners change of party allegiance is one of the tion therewith, be In contemplation by the admilstrar aimitt onsmiavoudi g tme rtihele
H. DAY, current hints that political affa.s arein tion. ties. The high tandlng at the C At-
Of Alaesohnu d ( uct. sartA Ple 8tatP Cio. with the ihdi-
J. M. .RYAN, a state of transition that renders it dif. The Ocala Banner credits the follow The oe ofthe wardoes not mean cal roeet ad e he
J.fX. ola uNty. tmawNhcn h thepusk, Uoldi ,eSyu Inmis a
Of Oeuola county. cult for a good many people to deter- log to a Missouri orator: "We live In the end of military operations. Many given nto lJo of 1 makes
JOHN L. MORGAN, mine just where they are. The bed. a land of mountains and high takes, low odle will be neeed to do garrison the name of the mpany a u ty
Of Hamilton County. rock Jeffeisonlan principles are always valleys add low wages; big. crooked duty b, Porto d our nw
SECOND CONGRESS'N'L DISTRICT good to get back to. Transient ques- rivers, big, crooked statesmen; big sports in the ua tern llandnd ond a va it letall other kidn tives
--. tions frequently get the people too far lakes, big strikes, big pumnkits, g large number of ts in the oluteers lanods, and no bowels thot rrittin or
ForOongrtsA. away from the primary doctrines of drunks, big men with pumpkin beads, la u them, and It does not gripe nor
ROBERT W. DAVIS, simplicity and economy in government. silver streams thatgambol in themon- the ar ill be calle upon to hol that active part in effect. pl rem be the nae of
Of Putnam County. There are too many people who believe talus, and pious politieums that gamble wlich has been taken the Company-
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. that a great government must be one IDn the night; roarlngeataracts and roar* CALIFORNIA PIG SYTUP .
-- which governs a whole lot. The truth lug orators; fast young men and faster Hon. H. L Anderson, of Ocala, has SAW Van5.w.euc, v.
For State Senator, is that the best government is that young women; sharp lawyers, sharp fi been nominated for congress by the
E. S. CRILL.
For the gl.slature. which governs without the people know- nanclers, and sharp-toed shoes; fertile Republicans of the second district. Teachers' ,lf maknlle .

JOHN McALLISTER. iug much about It. plains that he like a shest of water,and Hoo. it. W. Davis. the preeq efficient An examination of applicants for
J H. HARK. thousands of newspapers that lie like congressman, will defeat Mr. Anderson teachers will be held In Palatka, on
Tuesday, September 86,1808 to open at
For Cionuty Treasurer, TOUGH ON THE T.-U. C. thunder." by somewhere from 8,000 to 10,000 ma. 8 o'clock sharp. Apptlier ts will pro.

For J.TxCollector, The following is from the Kissimmee The Providence Journal administers jority. vide themselves withpen,lnk,andlegil
.....ecsp paper before entering.
F. C. BLANOBARD. Valley Gazette: this solar plexus blow at one section of Judge J. D. Begpe, of Orlando. is Btownint'sEducotionalTheorles will
For Tax Asswsor, "Who are the anarchists?" asks the the e o.p.: "The hypocracy In de- mentioned for governor when Mr. Blox- be the book examined from on theory
GEO. P. BULLARD. self-styled Texas democrat, the editor declaring disinterested war for humanity ham's term expires, two yeats hence, and practice, to be had of t lL.Kellogg
For Members County Bchooll rd, of the Ocala Banner; and speaking of in Cuba and taking islands in the East C. B. Boers,of Jacksonville, the recent & Co.. 88 E. 9th st.. N. T.,,or of F. C.
District E E- WE H. the defiance by the railroad of the pas. Indies, is, for unconscious humor, nominee for the state senate, and Sen- Cochrn.
therT. W. RALur, Co. Supt.
District 8-H. J. FOWLE. senger fare order of the railroad com equalled only by commending the an- ator Fred T. Myers, of Tallahbassee, are
For County Surveyor, mission, he says: nexatlon of Hawaii and its coolie con- also spoken of. ae.i *or ao. msag og e AX
P. D. WATKINS. An anarchist is one who is supposed tract labor, and alliung for lawe against -No one need reirr with peunels Tii s
.- to set the laws at defiance, An the immration of "such undesirable After having cleared and grubbed so y ron.' er l f
PROPITS OF ADVERTISING. examination of the files of the Times. foreign population as is prejudicial to many acres of valueless ;and, uder the rthe!woJl nerv s eumed tobremwns,chrae
T I TiE-H*EALD every week re. Union and Citizens and its revolving free Amerlan labor," a the Indina Immediate supervision of the United Bittes Known sad used hor soel
Trilletti O diffeveryweekre-frentAmeripartsd a quarter or a century, It mtande to.ulay
THIyitr fatelites will bhow that in this utter Republicans have just done. Cons- Statestree of expense to the owners, most among our miet valued remedies.
celye letter i ona different parts of disregard o1 law by the railroad corpo. tency is an old-fashioned ewel not thb Florida regiment should hereafter Brownulron Bitte is i sldd. all dealers.
theUnion asking for ample coitese rations of lolida thesenewspapers are much worn now." beknownas The Land Improvement Mi sH -a
and staung that the writes of these e a c much worn now. opne
as silent as clames-as dumb as the Company. DM ie s"Heme Cure
letters of inquiry are prospector look.- depths." The Atlanta Journal struck the key -Oateno
iug for homes, etc., etc. i THE TIMKe-HBUAE Dacanuwledges
We have often thought that our city The last public speech made by Jeffer. note of business end gacty whe it said with thanks the receipt ofabhandsomely
should be better repres cited m the ad- son Davis was to a meeting near his bound volume entitled "Year book of
vertising columns of Tixes-HERALD, home at Beauvior in 1888. He said: when the article that that dollar will the Department of Agneu'ture, 1 07,"
notwithstandtin that we are the sac "Mr. chairman and fellow citizens: Ah, purchase can be obtained at home. fr Congressman Davis. Also other
knowledged advertising and news me- pardon me,the lawsof the United States Mousy is our financial blood. Us cir- valuable public documents.
* idium of this section Of the state, and no longer permit me to aesignatq you culaton keeps the business body alive.
have more representative advertisers as fellow citizens, but 1 am thankful Bleed that body by sendlg the money The Chbarleston News and Courier liS
than any other paper in the county. that I may address you as my friends. all away and busnese will soon put onf the oplnio that the bat soldies for
Our circulation is nuquestionably the I feel no regret that I stand before you a look of lethary and Iacl vituv. Ai- service in Cuba are those who have al-
largest, this afternoon man without a country. ways trade at home. Watch the bar- ready passed through the attack of vel-
A newspaper is the mirror of the city for my ambition lies burled In the grave aainsoffered by nterprisnt g advelrters low fever thber. There are several)
or town in whlub it is published, and of the Confederacy. There has been and hou wil learn the best lace to thousand such immune. '
since THx TiMEs HERALD must act aS consigned not only niv ambitil.n, but spend these home dollars."
such, and furuish information to the the dogmas upon which that govern. The prediction that the country Is on Admiral Cervera is said to have re- M IL..., -OL. MUL.P se iatspans
entire country, itlls not only very im ment was based. The faces I ee before the verge of an era of great business ceived a cheo" for l50.00, from Spain. "Iwa at 'lodsthoaslna
portant but absolutely essential to the rue are those of young men; had I not expansion seems to be vetliled by maniy This is 'mail in compiarisou with the aonat of l of alth, and eallS M d b m
prosperity and advancement of the known this I would not hive appeared of thefinancialpointere, fltthe (lobe. one he is know to have resolved from falabln and smothering speoa. *M em
county that its columns should contain before you. Men in whose hands the Dmocrat of St. iours. Bank c.ear- Commodore ehley after coming out of waitbea manoteU. I osela tl were
Demors eve n as to sumanr, forteap of
the advertisetunt ot every progreulve deasinito et our southland lie, for love auces and railroad enaronltg throughout dtaotago harbor. e=4ta 111M. eem ia.mIea*earm m
biQness man in the vwuuny. of her I break my silence, to speak to the country are growing rapidly, whbUe aboutho teSarndat meaei s
The Orlando tiuatinel covers the you a few words of resi.ectlul admoni- the Incea#ee in the loaiup of the New The Phlladelphi* Lodger uotes the years age I i asulsi sr. MO i ls'
ground |it well whLn it ays: The toon. T'he past s ldead; let It bury Its York banks in the weae just ended was, feet that the sailors who destroyed C- aup t Sme delnadt akes a
I proeptc Iv tetler i m a dis anice al. dead, It hopes.aud itsasperations; be. in round ftures, 13.0X1,000. a ltaiu vera's leet will get about 100,.000, but rdo efW fy Yw io ttbsll"gaeZiU .
ways sends for a copy of the paper pub- tr'- you lies the future-a future full of which has seldom ben xeded in any tbe roldiler who took 8aDltao goe tr, i anwB.deeltldle le a-lt
lMahed in ihie to'u nAhe. he i hbnks ou golletproni e; a futureof recompense week event n the most prosperur nuthing, and asks If taltis tfair. msMi se Peasrreto eS a .
golng. If It t loLok uto-p;rous; If it is for hounrabe promise; a future of ex- times. v MteM sy md,.sl
well Oiled wi h homs* "nlverUt meute; ipanding national glory. before which all WiLb-"dollar wheat" at 65 eeutsia a itve
it takes but .h ,rt Im i for him to the world shall stanul am ed. Let me The Waslinugtin I'oetsays: '**'eni. Chicago, the farmner gettaabont0cevne seaaatM, aBe bottle.
S make up his mn' I t. ,a dead p- besechi you to l)y al:e ell r.nuc,.r, all at F',lhuvwh t e w w enter theeualrl--inother words he ha. run up against d oow ".i
per, he natiur -y .,ac.udes It is ea dead' bitter section feelhig.ia.l io take our aI race tiVirgiiia. Theanuouneatitorn a fayi et llyn ar uoader the gold stand, emss at h bea an-&
lw and heturns hoaUenonlonaue places in the raunks .t ilh.*e rho will run be made without any quallflcation, rV. itoard.ea IMii ,
other direction. ,ig about a cuensu.nmaion devout ly It is authorized by Uen L"e .meelf. _BSB
toi n.o wshe.-a rc.n,,i,ed ..unt)." Upon betng asked theb, q ,wi" ofr his An Atlatn girl come forward with ( .., t N A
Toa Tin 'sl t .a-ti i a ewis like shak-. _ture Intentions, and air,' auanag the the clalum thet Se killed Hobton before
S lg wh the u tte follow The Flodo r the .rt lt n the mattr boughout M Arnold, of L dd. W C L AND
esoluiion. which was sdotsed yv the 'Ptaco's News, Uat wh le they hay Viagllni, the Generl sid: Lbell be hte always hn the ALate girls F VE TO C
nlate i)enm.,e at c ..,,O e i at OrlnIu. .>t hbeen par.ittd battle ..t e beu baoe ea ,andtdate lot the UniKed $ta te en- weren on xseelg. F
dn: "We o*t,.i5r.uaiie Commode eto cuthbe themseils r w ih glory, ihe. *" der a"reaeel r ls by the troessay In Otne .
b ;' hley for tihl'siangilanaal yiet ry exiwrtrleuce ih*v have gainir e at esulien Durilng th 11 dAIs war with aala,. department t s loa ised by a states
at Santiago, asd ra commend thti the .new ground, ad giUbb;g .uii pelmsott the oet to the Uniited alte to placed .ny, r Il t i! .dS
heiks of omeorrs esirMeded te as reetm .. will e.'.leth.ea 0 to water the n as thlae Oms 1 OOO.OO,.0 lilt ste t ,aorer -al 3t U us i "mU
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BI6 UNSLUONG LIVED NEWS ITEMS
THIS ISAL.REAY DEMONSTRATEDBYI TERSELY PUI
I's Y R I uTHE PRESINT WAR.t (000AnO A TappeRlns In Various Rarts
.,MmD mhausellset. tot the Uf.anuSte In various Ierts
M I or--desseBa teded-nple' s te., r, a J the Country During a Wek.
NA E ap Our slhps Over All Others Mabe
cle--ON* Was I It ls't much trouble Through Ixle Lamd.
T Navallr a really healthy man AMSa Bprtas, Ga., Aug. IL-Th
avaofflOoordm thp battl repgsMd Jolity nd to be good humore d Dem e of the Fourth ongreslonat
the OM On this beftlh Iddmind Jollity mild eehuberant health are a pro-
monitors in the Wet Indies spek in vernatl combination. The hearty man who dlemiot have renominated Judge W. O
the highest tenrmn f t behisiorif t she isalwa a ou 't have y trouble amoa for oon .
heavy guns m a h ips, easi. hisitha es ople mealtby. The truth 'KILLDaEVII OGa., Aug. 1.-on
Not one f the big guns ha eltibited is that health make people lauh. Allen D. Oandler and Hon. P. G. du
EUN T ? any signs of weakening, although some Iti s Impossbleto estimate the triB ignun will open the state campai
of them, have already beem fired morem.mentions Infuence of health upon human hv en -S saturday, Aug. 90.
What does your mirror of them ave already been red more charemr. A man with a headache will on Aug. 30.
Does it tell you of some little times than foreign ordnance experts ex- not be in a happy, contented frame of MorTooraay, Ala., Aug. 10.-Th
streaks f gray? Are on pected they could be fired with safety. mind. A man who suffers from a weak
pleased P Do your tends of American naval officers who know ho stomach and an impaired digestion will sit @odlo0 returns show the majority fo
: Nkand grumble through the best ever Se Democratic state ticket in the lslo
the same age show athis loss gu are mad down at the WashingtMp pared. A bilious man who s not a o on Aug. 1 to be about 60,000b
of power alsoP ga factory, confidently predict that bore, is deserving of a place in a museum.
Just remember *at gray every big n p in Sampson's floet will A nervous mam who in not petulent and CHARLOTTr, N. 0., Aug. 11.-Tb
hair never become darker outlivethe wa unlest putout of actio 'fult.flndi tis a curiosity. All these con- North Carolina Bankers' association i
without heelp, while da hair tlivthe w Mun utditions le to grave dsesses, when the holding its second annual convention
bepidlpwomes ige.rkY when by the enemy, victim beoines not only disagreeable, bus
rapid ly be Sto the wa began a deal of non- dependent u well. A wse wife will real. hers. Prominent bankers from all ore
S s bsehas been printed'about the life bse that while the old saying that a "man's *& state are present.
Of big gn as them reult of which the t is t that his stomach sweeteas BIRMINQHAM, Ala., Aug. 1S.-Wi
genIl opinion held amongpersons who or sours his character according an it is am Coughlan, an employs of th&
have not the opportunity to learn the healthy, or unbeaihy. Dr. Piercea Golden Southern railway shops here, was sho
for the conditions described. It makes and fatally wounded at East Lake b
thon the Oregon, for example-a gun the weak stomach strong, the impaired W. OCahooon, a bookkeeper.
1* _1 P ~which hurls half a ton of steel through digestion erfact, iniglorates the lwver, MONT A A 11Th
oh Inh f wnt ir-- nnt urifies and enriches the blood and tones MONTGOMERV, Ala., Aug. ll.-Ti
the nerves. It tears down half-dead, inert cotton crop in this state has been
depended upon to stand the strain of tissues and replaces them with the firm greatly damaged by the protracted rainy
more than 100 firings and may even go muscular tissues of health. It builds new season. Plants are shedding badly and
H a ir-- to pieces much sooner. It i not difficult and healthy nerve fibre and brain cells. o. la hddintly
Sto dzcover the origin of the "100 fir- melancholy rt has appeared in many p1a1 .
17 A Rings" fallacy. It is the sAme an that of t I the bet of aEnl known medicines forAl, Ag. .-
siome other similar ones nervous 4isorders. gomery received her first bale of new
Not lng ago a bok was pThblroihd in r skillful treatment I am once cotton today. It was raised in Autaugt
Engluhd on "Modern Naval Artillery," Gaudy, LoganCo.. Nebr. "I suffered for years county and will be sold at auction. The
in which was described the manufacture and could not find relief atil I cornenced first bale last year came on Aug. 4.
yutaking ourGolden Medical Discove.ry.' I uf-
will bring bect to yoar hair of heavy ordnmace at the great Elawick fred with con'ipatiion and torpiditiv of livr aINDIAN BSPIOs, Ga., Aug. 12.-Tho
the color of south. It never factory. "Brussey's Naval Annual," ichrulntoin stnofhe ti tate Agricultural society has ad
fails. It is ust as sure as the leading authority in Europe on na- onle when I found rent cure."Th turned after a two days' session here.
that heat snow, or that val statistics, declared at the time theie has effected a permanentcure."Hn_. Pope Brown was re-eleoted presi.
It cleanses the socap also book came out that there was no better dent and Quitman selected a the next
and prevents the formatison of authority on the subject of the life of are otf not Int'equet oocurrene0. eo meeting place.
dandruff. It feeds and nour big gus and quoted from it this state- portsfroma our naval attaches showthat CORNTH, Miss., Aug. ll.-Mullock
lishe the bulbs of the hair meant: "It is generally understood that these accidents are seldom reported in Walker, a negro, charged with sand.
making them produce a luu- the lif of the 7 ton gu may be tak the newspapers, excepting where there ing s lych heret or
riant growth. It stops the at 130 rounQ and the 110 ton n at 7 los of lif Epeially s this true n b and his body i swinging fro
hair from falling out and gve rounds, both with full charges ." And Germany. where a number of big a moeeg aph i b er s tniomrs, i
Sfine soft finish to the hair Captain OrdeBrowne, the English rd- Krupps have burst. The good behavior tlegrph polo Fimore street, i
as wells .ace expert adds"Thnane ex add "The number of of American big guns is only another the ntral art of the city.
we ha, a boo on teHar i ll o, of the ability of the Yankee AK FT. Ky., Aug. 18.-All of
oyen may obtin r rounds which a heavy gun will fire be. illurntion of the ability of the Yankee th tt oola of this te unite in
uaSrl"4w1 llb t ore b ing un cable isfortu. to outstrip the forteigner. -New YorkShetat official thistate uniin
u e otd fomtin n the mot nfoate by ing unserviemabl l sSun. an elaborate telegram to President Mo.
Vior wrp. l. bcavtrse s|ml .". KWnley and Seoretary Day, oongratu.
,Addresse Rt it We begin making modem guns only TIms, ely Infornatle.. latig them on the declaration of peace,
Stein year ag the armament of the first The Spanish spies in this country followig their splendid management
wruisers of the white squadron having should lose no time in informing Spain of tae war.
been bought abroad. Just 11 years ago that we are about to send the Monterey ATLANTA, Aug. 15. The Southern
this month the first contracts for gun to the Philippines If Spain wants to Expres company has maked the state
forging of modern oontruction were save any of her navy for a nest egg, h railroad commission for permission tc
let to the Bethlehem Ironcompany. We had better keep it out of range of the increase rate to reimburse the corporal
p began the manufacture of the very type Monterey. --Louisville Courier-Journal. tion for war ta4 on shipments. The
nice that contract was let we have MOULTaRI, Ga., Aug. 15--At Bay- commission will consider the applies.
SU bllt ant factory at the Washington boro, a little lumber hamlet 18 miles tion on Aug. S.
bltaufateayt of this placethehattae oshegtod be.n
A New ,nd Cmplet, tfreatntnt, co noting, navy yard, where have been built all east of this pe RA n, Aug. l.-The Worth Bag
L, iT'usirTOKIS, Capsules of Ointmet and two the heavy gins on our battleships, mon- tween a sheriff's posse and 85 negro ley Moonment association has been or.
eixrs of lurint de.eeA n It mkes-f i i cure for irs and fighting cruisers. Americans gamblers, as a result of which five of gnised here, with Mayor William M.
with the ksire, which as inful, and often results do not generally know it, but it is a the latter were killed outright, three a*. Reese as president, T. B. Eldridge, see-
deatess ar. I Wset a aI rth ist ll, e t undisputed by foreign exports who tally wounded and several others dis- t etary, and Dr. D. E. Everett. treasurer.
1 itx. NoCure, NoPay. oc.and a.bo, 6t, have studied gunmaking in the United fabled. Sheatif Fisher was painfully The monument fund is now over 8,500,
$5. Sent by mnil. Samples StatM, that the Washington gun factory wounded in the head and two of his mainly in subscriptions of $1.
.OITMEIT, sfiread, Pl'ies O s. turns out the finest "hooped" guns in deputies crippled. MmIDDIa Ky., Aug. 10.-While
CONSTIPATION sr /m lulSav Pl dte, the worid-far superior to Krupp'-- BauNswrcx, Gt, Aug. 1O.-Euntroer a northbound train was coming from
freat LIVER and STOMACH REGULATORand
Lo PURIIER. Sml, mild nd ple and, in fact, the only heavy naval guns Gorge P. Hslep of the Boothernn rl. Norton, V., it struck a landslide neoa
1t, itak: et,.:ai;y adapted oer ch ildri's ut. t of this tyre which will stand the strain way was shot and killed here by W. & Penningto Gap and three ooaches a
-3 23sce,,ts. of long service. Buns, an apprentice for Section Mastte tohed rolled down an embankment 00
FRE-Avial fthesmouslttlePelet w Just how long our big naval guns Lowry of the same road. The shooting feet. About 90 passengers we aboard.
e, Klven with nat boa or more of Pile CuTe
NOTICR-THK GKNUINS pUas JAPA*t*sN PILt may ble expected to live is a matter of was caused, aooording to Bums' state- all of whom were more or less inured.
uastfor sale only'by opinion, for none of them hal died yet meant, by undue Intimacy with Bumns Kstoledame cmea.
ACKEBM/iiN STEWABT. ot one of thel hasaevus ehwmbm a wife on the part of esslep. The coro The United State. is a country big
iow n gorvle. One of the new's. aMry, has decided the shootaid enough and varied enough to furnish
S10 ich gM g a homieold* aad Burns is ni jaiL volunteers for any climate.-Washing-
Mis toAdkan. Cm.AAvo G.A' G. A,.. A Ths to nP'
Mpbut as ve a Ni ps y of payiMmaisl wae fnilaed lhltr work at
n 0 the in, fA tl Camp Thomas and gone to other camps
1 T L I Nthe Oat ttran oat Of th fact. further south. The work here way WA N
G nei Mhe W finished much earlier than at first e. VV VA
Sduty at the ewy pectd, taned paymasters pettini
Ao Fo f Goo s ahI n t"" through the regiments with great r W
And Fancy Goods.the Indian Head proving ground. That p y The money left. in the camp,
Hlasin stock an elis tnt and divernts rau vers neot bire thour. w s u sem is causing considerable dia
flied line of all goods pertaining to modiated aboard ablp. Sinee it was first .order, but a strong provost Oguard Oi
the Millinery iRiwine-P. shipped to the testing ground this gun preventing any serious'consequenoes. An apt old
Experienced No themr Trimmer in has been fired more than 00 tima, and BAVAxNA1, 1 g. 18.- The ird reg. adage de-
charwe of Trimming lurartma, a j. it i just as At for srve today m imeat United tia"tee volnteess, ndeeclares that
A SP.IA LTY ll 116" sOrt"eltl day it left the factory. No gun ab omftd d of Colonel P, ay, isled woman 's
STAMPED LINE. HK1 "ad EM show h this afternoon f a on th worked. Thisever
BROIDERIED II.,KX The Mianmtoom6h's gans, it must be transport Minuewsqde. Te hip w otrdone. Thise
Having acelptedpi i eit.A sr"cv for lt4 remembered, were among our early transporewy thinews mo. t sripwalti truewofte'
BUTTERICK PArr -o ;. I anmtnn, In strength and stability they we togeasaway this mowing. but certain housewife's A
nrephred to il alhlrdenriadsfor tbi l, inferior to th newer b ityhe ar repair wore not remedied in time manifoldd
Inferior to the newer ones. The wa catch the early side. The mes ae a.1 ties and a
Call or write to me for Fahion with Spain may result in data h m tinIla spe. Whsthe aspet a roimts
C oheet K w TE L. LUCAS. which may be determined the average this.halfte n.i WI wis gi9ea t re o
ife of the 13 nch and t inch sendo by the variosraft n thrverthousands
ATI1N1 ?'but ordnance oftiersmany the War wil wnho Work all
..... AN ,,Uas .n have to be a long one to pat an of o Bw laNmm Al., Aug. .-W. doyinfector.
Why"iint nks t''-"-'- heavy guns out of action. That of Taylor, Cheos Moto Dodge Blankin. henedstore i l
,'*.,,iat 5. the new guns will be irviceble after ship and Littleo White, farmers and half the
S. w,,rtr.sesl.e ttU ma.y eis 00 firings is the opinion of living in Talladega county, were carni ht
many of the experts, and some pl the red befoe Uni*ted patee Comemissioae a
N W gure miuc higher. Abroad the gnu. Mosely hem ean obasage of inlamidmio heir w
N E F IR makers doubt that their big "hoped' ad murder. It *isallegedU that then elt oeto t
N E ,1 I guns would live through a single heavy em know sonsthling of the death of cM Wm m tac
*TI *tli engagement American expert bele' e B. A. Thompson, who had lrniabed c on their hat, or who aen unable tI
& Smit, th A r u.will outive th evidence against the defendants, h stead the strain of over-work and worry
auefluess, be serviceable when their ing them with illicit disilliag. The masade peclarly a t the wi k
Cor Flo lrth and Lemon Stet, pla es are arp l g Un ofillaner was conied uatl e week. aen r4gA 6le that n d

Smn ioretmes it may be safely I ed formally opened the state compalg. se hrve sMnem ilto aym
We are prewar d to fnrieleh the pa- tiMt asthat none of tei WaahlBaton The principal matter of interest before eastoesta The ass ofmorphiane
llewith fl.,t-ttes work Or ater- gun has ever bas In service goes a the noting was ti contest of Colonel bLS e'a
isi i, ; oer. resp es frins ela .d lag way toward proving the .rior. J. Mosley for the homlnatlon of se at f ,
wortim.ns l h .tetr utt*'. Light itf Amriagos s ever those t for. ate from the Thit4 dlrot. The tSutsrmaed r~ q~ oa an
Waeuon,," "nltt ,de'L"opIrng ,, Bal' Down o t ln dia Used th, o committee, by un limous vote,dlecard Wfll a nd puSyituy s
Wa ioo n n I wnrt t ipeld work r on er d -n by t e i Coles 3 T. Ne Mt the r gularso w ew3t. 5rtl
wood utsilro work pl B w o d0 sriplofle of a high e|4m,9 shel to IeB. Chairman coming 0. DuBignes l's Rr la iat
allt nnlmng arein uia a soolsil Priee reaeeMabl*. i tuunatelyno-ew eauinjrae. 1hI abonieosnoittse on oribts % has ug 1ae buck hr wemn a rMee os
HEIDHT & SMITH ap. r Mlin. iiiiot, ,mas*.
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A BICYCLE ACCIDENT/
or a case of exhaustion, or beon ova'e
come by hut, should always b.brovds
ed against by thp bicycle riMecartyig
a Aukof our high grade L Huarp
whaukey. It Is the lset and purest
,wbltkey on the market for medMunal
purposes, and as an apoetisrabd tuetb
a-usexcelled. Our stock of wum es fl
liquor are all high grads and ms'iae.
ble inprice, and a* every on knows
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.n tonoVtrn, ou
Sdtes of last meeting readVn. .a to.
pro v'e d. ::A rlour, in.Wo .
forethe. boaridIbea l ,, bfrofIb ebridge
ever Rice creek, mnd msbmi itte-a plan Paper Bags.

fora.n-. Chr11..n Kenoey .... PRC AENTS The StaBdalrd
S.ointel d to get specifonsn and report"AU NTSeto
t next stn ee.:B Walter AanI Reaping Machines.
Communication read from L. 8, Jor- ;.."" PALATKA. FLORIDA.
.igoa as o the moi-y p ,idout topar-. cauSe / think i t la 0 I 11 _
ties who proetented fortburning Voting stand bitrdisareeabA
,ro tedvc -cere h,0etd6che WAaLTERt THOMAS,
for ame wa on file io clerk's office. nIactOin. '......WdOL AJI A 0 AL D AR N ...... w n
Petition readithelatJoeph Weildnerb A8K THE
li'.el on the mpaupe l yat an.h 2 o tCrocker', China,
payub c Io S. J,. tokee Granted I 1
Petition for road from F rmnc isto Pa -
-- lar was taken up, and R 8 Brown- Tinware
in J., Ir lckenAoDer, and James ... 9
u wereppointed acommtte to They winfellyouris W ood1 and W willow W are
the coudt, to report at next meeting, nOTa all disa reeable. I
Pa.,'llfrtheiquut Aheldonthe ndaacurefori M Paper and Paper Ba,gs
booth o P triCe yinNo.u1. Clerkn e o ,.aaur rX

react, and ordered pai Constiipaln, Kidneyu ,
T, he follow ne rfil bon-d wer. oap- Di.orde i is u I Lemon Street;. Palatka, Florida.
proved: ^I ... .. .
W. D.: hitlds, nrees N. O Davis exce led. orrible Cutting Affair.
ties Joseph Price s.d F, C. Blanchard. GeorcGia McGraw was fearluly cut
Thomas MPllillio, suretleeG.B Band. ,Ittermatl & Stewarl, special sent with a razor by her husband Iuesday
dock and '-'. W. Browo. M.J.Murphy, mn orolg at 3 clock. The horrible A R
sureties W. H C)yrus and II. Estes. J w ohtn, sh. fedbll......... 190 deed was perpetrated while she was in I
wI= 2e, 0.1"r n wt ................. bed. Dr. 8Seen dreieed thg? wounds Headquarters or.
Licenses to sell liquor were granted r :::::.:... ..... arenadered what melt at er.FOr
to a utsi o lT homsu.t. penset, wa..s possible, but it thought that 1Lhe
and Duncan ilnghiamuJ to rewportatnecimintametnlgW lWsW........e
f.County Treasuirer J. C. Vertrees Peter C ao tne. a n cnnotrecover
made his report of warrae.s caucelled Tc. e trwoB ing, nost lfurh'r' b ot e a 0 Charles Reed, the colored man who
for the month of Julywhich w Bo adjournedtomeetatwantedere on the charge of aault
amined., found correct and ordered regular meeting, unless ser calledh Intent tou"lder, w* arrested to Crents' Furnishings,
S filed. f Pare ConIda.s Jacksoavilre Wedneiday and h r ba n i en
Also i report of funds on hand by e chairman. com ted tojal.
August lit, 1898, as follows: JosEPH uPtCE, Clerk. e A nd 1- ailoring.
n. ev. Yand............. .. D4 The more careful a ma in b nPECIAL MATE AL .
Road 1... .. I, srPECIALMASTER'SeSALE.
l ...................... 417 the more skeptical be is to select hi TTD AND BY VTUO A D LEMON STREET PALATKA FLA.
Io f .......and.. Brown1. J. M 01 U oruJolt orDhyndhsale.untponhd inthie
F utie and ForfsftuH e. ..a.. ........... To pants, the better we like it. Bli e will ci court o the r Judicial cheut o i
i61a so then more fully appreciate the BUCK W o rJude os aid court, ateed
%Collector Blanchad made hi report SKIN BREECHES. He'll see at a l tweha J-ow lUtly. U. A9, abher
+of moneys collected for July as glance how carefully they are aide. Join P. Dua .ettals..are -- Dlen nis.
I will sell at publo aoution, for ca. to the
follows: When be puts his bands to the pockets hghest d btdder at the front, doorofU mhL L
Smnty Revenue .......... ..... e....... s w he'll ind a printed guarantee which Pumam one Snte County of
Po .I. ux. Tooa;;;::::s f. esin ..v.; "it noti as represented your t wh Bte1doaltntiuJ Grain, Flour Meal Grits
S I ....... .91- -0 0Smoney back. They couldn't be tore- yt ,in,"" des t c ib-on thet dayW". ii si the F u M a G t ,
County JudgeCoxe made his report they'll never be lesu." wanted heonte Ca o sa., S. 3 Orange Box and Building Material.
in duplicate wih the Collector for I11t- l as0 !. I e s ot ,JMksoB'" ,rb.
S ,cenescollectd for June 1808, s$.0e. Spd a e to e hve w Ina utert tof m erie wo ares d (lITm T o f
Board of Public Instructiou for their Higbest market price pad far Blaik d,4Omu S e 2rw -sl reu~etnm t h andone(len-le) edned and h m
tlemizd statement for mounthof June and Grb y Mose by mo t on, n.. m of ,awck ol n Williams & Clark Fertilizer Co.,
1898, examined uand ordered fl.ed. JEFFERIES A STEARNtS, co.. '0'. X.BA Ray& FIckett Schooner Line,
'. The fllowitg bill were then exam- Fruitland, Florld,. Jmm S LAeL ( in from -Now York to Poattka DiCrmt.)
o..a. foud cor, ae, Ck c- Wit..ou meor n torman. ...oo.-EI.A M.. PALATK FLORIDA
u u.:Vl c draiS warman t form : r t.
a JKaseriy, comuOlilulo yr .... a g lac h wM *. l..a., a re .
f HCookw: W pdhyhIohkkl,e3tta0r thIs........e5s n n pale.t. A I' fron doof te.W L E AL E
County UceSse 4 ot Grai n
Mi =1 S.cr.,- D H $' ,AogM.A7. DAVIS HILBURN, ITT R
I Han foaluoers Kowla, Mr. D.senberry, who has for se ASH Flour
onten .e ad ...e..e..o. t"lU ewveouder the weather,s" OsgnBsx B a5 ia,
S 4 p&pers...s"Mburyd for o. ealth Q to Mthbrtdp, -U.S -'ai-" '-)----

PMR W, (001t11i| 1r Bi l........... lP akdas et* ATB
a i andu iol fam ,r5tSh M r. T ara ktr was in tow r Bakterni,
a1it mrstae metfrmuho onune. and related bl y mtleooleefoeingrl W i WillipraoieCirkall Stia ze lsed FodoA .
yw n e SS rwu.rSS........I 1 0* er-be.ts. He Id tey C .ort. m7.Ul PETITION FOR LICENSE.
o Walker-.. wo igt tw-owTbir *Tax asww otmpor Cou ommeoxze, PmAx Con y

18.9, aw s a l n COUNSELLOR AT LAWo.T Fickett heo.ner L oe ,
tn .for i s ....werl e then e am- ; ..t ndolrd ... o(.ia f l o .% s Nh, tor toe yae at mmaledcg


*ined foSund corec T, e SS" In Writ s B oIn. or ha, MltoH., Por-la.. Oeals mer P L S o ir I.. r............ .. ..100 Pal a *
WIti, a_ irsPe l eey ....... ...* lo 80 COJ I W.VD Y P.w IIL

t -.""'". or:: : r oad o, n .r .his bolm CInr ,1 atevo e of ..-;:o;:::1:;:: equet
a. R.n a ...rk pupi.:o...l o..Bob.n......bs sosdwifDae,.,. COUNSELLOR AT LAW,.' s=a.P Y..M .ss
W sa e "aL aLoformaiO 1i q0a1sl i t okbitetao mproo, ". "1t s or1. wreinct, 1io.,, 1,for yearcommencig
a a .ilofo, r i ermm ..ar, soeI M .. ,W ,uenerr0, A g:


J s forpurhbn..n........ aaa Whoto6puprbrs othstwdrhmo a Tfo mphopho. t leA : M
a. 0 w ad Conrn1.er1the11A..........I'll.lot ofH.e. o fflOO Pallt NationalBak Buldua. 'WITNM- B.




*at 1 \ 2sisequ'$n So^'yono^T u e1 es Ar. Die ldie afraid o i br ,t earky th photographle euraase ltoKthe a*l ,a u *a *W
ro.Ianer ok...............a2.ss o li" -- '
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"* ~~~, o dP 4 woo....* **as r h s r in T. '*fr a i..- W praOM cein ... ........... ,d W n* U ent
u M "ft a t y.r fi e 4oi l'b ...n-o.r. *t. **ey. *******E*TI ***T**N ** I C E *
-b e' ppauper. ,slh......w.... ...... l O B.Rob and w h avImee w oire ,n, Y..o ...................... o,
l l 1. f L r ateon ........ I t te. ...............:::::: JSss eX a rts
.61114 1 J6 P1qute l. :. ef ielybuta .-e noW mpro1lo., IMP ell801 ,t A e Grl t .......... ............ ,B l -
John I .s lose". is "w i.....n.trut or tUe1**4 AHe t tis the t he Mtodlt ta t* e r o po We toro e e o lartoTNheu tr ,)i-..... ...... ...**.*. ****r*.***q
^ , 1 f u Pal N LI Ollloo "ofobu rant gle hom toIUIPtt~m f, t< W ^ *. .................. ..-. ,
r 8. j JW i n f r G'.' Nel. .1w ,des le the.andm orefor.LLO AT L.., u fMe is.t..pat uM koe, 3.. ..ae, ie eol. Al.es.
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