Group Title: Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)
Title: The times-herald
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Title: The times-herald
Uniform Title: times-herald
Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Times herald
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Times-Herald Co.
Place of Publication: Palatka, Fla.
Palatka Fla
Publication Date: August 26, 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: VID00121
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Preceded by: Palatka weekly times
Preceded by: Palatka herald
Succeeded by: Palatka times-herald

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Iasseasaav~u.PAILATKA. GA~jUtT20188


Paragraphs of Local and Per.
sonal Interest.

Short, SawIy Stortes About Matters
In Palatka and Putnam Conm.
ty, for Busy Readerp.


Prof. 0. L. Strickiand, of Etonith,
was in town Saturday, and made a very
pleasant call at this office. The Pro.
fesores always a welcome visitor,
Dr. and Mrs. i. E. Jenkins have re-
turned from a visit of several weeks to
Summer Haven, where they report hav-
ing had a pleasant stay.
The precinct registration officers of
the county were in the city Monday to
receive the necessary blanks, instruc-
tions, and registration books.
Mrs. Joseph R. Dunn and children,
who have been visiting the family of
Dr.W. H. Rosenberg for the paAt week.
returned to Jacksonvil'e Tuesday morn-
ing.
The steamer Putnam is nking the run
of the steamer Alice M. on the Palatka
and Picolata route, while the latter is
undergoing repairs at Boyd's marine
railway.
Captain J. E. Lucas came in from
Savannah Monday. He will bring the
steamer Eulalla here about the first of
September, to resume her runs on the
St. Johns river.
We are sorry to learn that Mrs. B. P.
Calhoun sustained painful injuries by a
fall at her home on the Heights last
week Thursday. She is getting along
nicely, however.
The steamer Santee arrived Fruday
night from Savannah, and took 4n a
cargo of turpoumaa barrels from the
Monarch Cooperage Company for John.
son, Rose & Co.,at Padgett.
Howell A. Davis and Jesse E. Burtz
(Burtz is the man who never sleeps at
night-etc.,etc.,) left Wednesday morn-
ing for a three weeks' visit to New
York. They went via. Clyde line.
Messrs. Bolinger and Harrison, who
were appointed a committee to make
the trip overland between Palstka and
Summer Haven In the interest of the
proposed bicycle path, left Saturday and
returned Tuesday.
Charles Reed, the negro charged with
Masault with Intent to murder, wae up
before Justice owton for examination
Monday, and was bound over In a bond
of $500 to appear at next term of court.
In default he was sent back to jail.
Our esteemed friend, John P. Wall.
of Putnam Hall, was In town Monday
shaking hands with his host of friends.
"Washoo" always meets with a warm
welcome wherever he goes, tor he
counts his friends by the hundred.
H. A. B McKenle amrrved Saturday
from Valdoeta. OG., and spent the'day
here. He went to Fritland Saturday
night, and passed through Palatka on
his return to Valdosta Tuesday. He
reports his family enjoying good health.
The Junicr Whist Club was enter-
tained Friday evening by Miss Virgle
Crutchfleld at the hospitable home of
her parents on the Heights. Eleant
refreshments were served, and all who
were present spent a most pleasant
evening.


One of the elders informed us that
there were seventeen Mormon Suoday
schools and seven church oranisations
in Florida. Some of these organizations
have church buildings. There is some
talk of establ. sbnl a church here or m
Denver, when enough membs are a-.
cured.-Creseent City Philosopher.
W. L. Riles, who was formerly con-
nected with the jewelry establMhesat
of B. J. Riles in this city, and" who M,
now lving near Hawthorme wbare heis
farming, was I tahe y Monday, and
called on Taen TMM-z to have
his name added to our, dly gfawl


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Pu Ptt Woodn .
LouW ,aen v a ount ant popular
e"Sem41s la th U plv off tabe, of
the aty, obimtaid a leae aVt aoae
for a bw days hMat ek With a view to
Aidlngmom recreation. 1H did not
go to the sea -bore, where coohang
braeses blow and the marmorDin wa-
ter speak of the majeaty of the mighty
deep, but bled himself to the weird
beauty of tangled thickets and bam-
mooks that fringe either short of cow-
Len branch on the oast side of the St.
John* river, about fifteen miles from
Palatka. The thickets that Uline this
stream have been memorable as the
seen where hundreds of der and wild
turkeys have shut their eyes in death at
the crack of the hunters' rifle. The
bordering country. is settled up a class
of happy and contented citizens, whose
hospitality is only limited by the wants
of the stranger who seeks food or shel-
ter. Reared amid nature's matchless
beauties, thrilled from childhood with
the music of her blended melodies, that
her men should be Democrats and her
women lovely, is a sequence that is just
as natural as that water will find its way
to a dairyman's milk can. The follow.
ing well known sportsmen made up the
company of visitors: Louis Bohlen,
Hamp. Moody, W. Thigpen, D. Futch,
ki.H. Futch. and Mr. Futch the veteran
hunter and father of D.and H. H. No
better selection could be made out of
the entire citizenship of the county for
a pleasant outing,and a successful hunt.
Every one except Mr. Bohlen aie chil-
dren of the woods-mruen whose lounge
training qualified them as expert guides
to the fountains of fun and the abiding
place of game. The first evening was
spent in one of those old-fashioned
country dances. The fair ladies of the
community were present, the tuneful
strings of the violin awoke the richest
melodies. When the old tune of "Fish-
ers hoinpipe" and "I am swinging in
the lane" was struck up, no one seemed
4o enter so fully into the enjoyment of
the dance as young Mr. Bohlen. He
appeared like a duke from the lands of
the distant Rhine. The ball room
glowed with a scene of personal beauty
outrivaling in its wealth of natural love.
lineBs the Parisian balls,where artificial
aid is invoked to overcome the defect
of nature.
The next day the hunters entered the
silent stillness of the distant thickets.
The trained dogs were turned loose.
Soon the crushing sounds of the bush
mingled with the wild yelp of the dogs,
and were followed by the shots of the
deadly guna. The sounds th.t broke
ever the thicket were a fant wbhisper of
the sounds that shook the heighta.of El
OCany near m snago when Shatter's
gallant men struck the first blow for the
freedom of the Antilles. The result of
the day's bunt was five der--asecese
that was halchtened by the fact that
Mr. Bohlen, Germany's representative,
brought down one of them. He brought
to hi friends In Palatka the trophy of
his success. As be walked hp Lemon
street there streamed from his Manila
hat the white plume lowered by the
bounding deer In response to the sound
of his deadly gun. The ascceas of his
first endeavor has given him an eleva-
tion far above his fellows, and there is
no dopbt of hbl be ag a member of 4w
aldermanic board at the nextcity else-
tion. Every one now takes of bhis hat,
and says "hurrah for Boblen."
He eats heartily In the hottest weather
who masePriekly Ash Bitter. It kiaps
his stomash,llver,and bowels to perfect
order. Bold by Ackerman B Stewart,


For Exchange

Oonmabslue block an pe"mm-
a"nt bosani corner In Orlande,
fPlathla property pferred.
Two clear Chleso ltot. Make

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Fran% Wattles spent Sunday la For-
sadlsna.
8. L. Howad, of HastpP, speat
Monday Is towa.
apt. W. M. Ismeon spet Snuday
with his fall bere.


T. B. Anderson and Mayor Gay. spent
SmNday an JaoekafvUy I
A. VUina sturmed flaturday from a
week's stay at Daytola,
Wm. Rvea, of Interlachen, was in
the city Monday on business.
Bora, to Mr. and Mrs. A. L Miller,
on Thursday, August 18th, a daughter.
Mrs. L. A. Ruith, of Sanford, is vis-
iting the family of Charles Kupper-
busch.
J. W. Cooway, of Harlem, was in the
city yesterday, and made us a pleaant
call
Messrs' G. M. Davis & Son shipped
41 cedar logs via. the steamer Day last
week.
Syd. J. Smith left last week for e three
weeks' visit to his old home in Cincin-
nati, Ohio,
J. W. Conway and John Minton, Jr.,
of Harlem, are off a deer hunt around
Hastings.
The Wilson Cypress Co. received a
carload of machinery Saturday for their
new mill.
Two marriage licenses, both colored,
were issued Saturday by the county
judge.
Thomas Livingston is running as ex-
press messenger between this city and
Gainesville.
The Misses Holloway, of Etoulab,
were*in town Saturday on a shopping
expedition.
Mist Ethel Priddy returned Monday
from a two week's visit to friends in
Jacksonville.
Rev. Mr. Payne, of Daytona, and
Pastor Mabrev. of this city, exchanged
pulpits Sunday.
The steamer Crescent carried a large
party of colored excursionists 1o Jack-
sonville Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Stewart went to
Fernandlna Saturday aod took a look at
the soldier boys.


THAT ivoLItLE ms sAE.

Ceeeon" .Creoteby, one Wmsh
Innocenty Mleteo* pwid o
die Cerden doeBN.


Yeso itwasaeaka, areaan are oumb
soake, there Is no question about that;
and It wa killed, tlet b isno doubt oe
that point; but who killed It o the ques
tion that has been stimng Palatthafre
hub to n im for the pent two weeks t
more. Credit for the heroe deed has
been lavishly heaped upon the head of
morn than cue youthful brave by r-.
spective admirers, especially among the
feminine poder, for they have never
forgotten that apple tree. The idea
that thus deocaudant from the OGarden
of Eden should have the audacity to
enter the acred precincts of this sacred
eity, and emay to repeat the lesson of
so long as it beyond the comprehan.
tsion even of the snua.ke editor. now,
this slake was not a large one; it was
neither a boa-constrictor nor an anacon-
da, neither a viper nor an adder, just
a common native Floridian. Yet here
It was, and that, too, on Lemon street,
the busiest thorofare of this metropolis,
in direct violation of law and order In
general, and the ordinances of P'alatka
in particular (for does not the law re-
quire that all snakes when on exhibit.
tion must be either in boots or bottles,
or haye their bicycle lamps lighted ?)
Now, we all know that these enemies
of St. Patrick have no rights whatever
that the desceudauts of Adam are bound
to respect. To all appearances this
representative of his Satanic matesty
was viewing ihe landscape o'er that so
charms the eye of every passer by in
the immediate vicinity of Murray's meat
market and the fruit stand of the widow
Flowers. The presence of the intruder
was rest noticed by a bevy of those
charming daughters of Eve, known in
these latter days as girls ou wheels.
The effect produced upon these living
pictures of loveliness can be imagingel
by calling to mind the traditional food-
ness which they are known to have ful
mice. There was a shrill little squa, in
concert, and then a promiscuous scaL.
tearing without the formality of oscular
leave-taking. One little bunch of sweet.
nesseess fairly roasted the atmosphere
in her effort to reach Sccood street in
safety; another transformed her handle
banr into a trapeze, and did the flying
act as graceful as a cow, which a third


J. N. Walton has returned from a tried to climb into the second story


stay of several weeks at Summer Haven,
and it looking well.
Mrs. J. W. Conway and children, of
Harlem, are visiting Mrs. Conway's
mother in Hastiop.
C. K. Merritt, the able representative
of the Times-Unlou and Citizen, spent
Saturday in town.
Loule Bale and bride Wtturned home
Tuesday evening from their wedding
trip to the asa shore.
Tbe schooner Edna left for Baltimonre
Saturday night with a oargo of shingles
from Ttlghman A Goas' mill.
Mrs. F.Werts Gray and son, of Jack-
aonvdk, are visiting the family of Mis.
H. A. Gray, on Second atroet.
Missee Loaise and Ethel Mahone. of
VoldMta, 's., are visiting Mrs. B. T.
Flowers and family, on Lemon street.
We am glad to me M. J. Murphy out
agaln, after a slekntea of about two
weeks. He bhad quite a tough time of
It.
Jdge B. E. hasukal and Dr. W. .IL
Cyrue attended the maeon meeting to
Jacksoaville tast week, returning home


The tlre-umsted schooner Nallie
Floyd arrived mn port Sonday nght, and
ks taMg on a cargo of cypess lumber
f tom ilm r's Bill.
The setomner Bobt. W. Daeyv alaed
fra New Tort ea the lth Inst. for
slatkI, with a argo of merchandse
or W. A. Mrry4ta .
The local Te.l-e o the Order of
UsltedMoots willeld aripiuar meet
tag next Monday nig. at T10' lW. H.
lne, the Bupreme Opss"r, Ull be
er to exemuplity the woyk In the de.
Jaior ad Bnidler Moso All
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window of the opera house, and never
stopped until she struck an awning poet
and an attitude in quick succession.
Of course, all this conldu't happen
without attracng the attention of gn-
tlemanly admirers, and they began to
assemble from near and from far. First
to appear on the scene was Brother
Reed, the colored professor of theology"
and sciences. He failed to take in the
situation, but he saw the snake and slid
out into the street ike a streak of
greased lirhtlog through a does of
castor oil. Oa, nol no snakes for him,
thank you About this lime LiSantn.
ant Buats, the printer man who, never
sleeps, oase tearing along on his wheel
like asan with a toothache. He, too,
saw the eoau of the commotlon, sed,
being a military man, simply said "gee,
what a snake," and instantly deptolve
olumma until his right meted on a piece
of board mid to be six or esght feet
long, and, surrounding the enemy, as
ones opened the attack on both lanks
and enter. The engagment was of
abort duration, and the enemy was left
dead on the Ileld of aeton, While ex-
plaining his brnUllant victory to the
crowd of two or three which had assem-


bled, along came Captain John Smith
(not the anen Peaotas Illld to hall
but the other one). Ed we in a modi-
tative mood-eilehthave been thinking
over has Munday sobool leeeo-but nos
sooner did he etahb elbht o that snake
then he said oWeU0 u th lood, and
started havemniW bel, he a Um
to think which way e was going. A.
soon as he oud ake a sooer second
thought, h gtherebe p a season of a
tan-foot pole a4 lambeated that poor
sate eWsenmetiftlay a ftofronf bar
bnefroAthepsenaide oIL. P.C. A.L
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that he killed it, and is willing to bet
two coon skins. Well, that's all riht,
bet from infoinmation we have,we are of
the opinion that neither of the illustri-
ous gentlemen will be knighted for gal-
lantry just yet, for the reason that the
snake was dead long before either of
them saw it. It was placed in position
tor the "amusement" of passers by,
and we are muchly of the opinion that
It amused.
Fortify the body to resist malarial
germs by putting the system In perfect
order. Prickly Ash Bitters to a won-
derful system regulator.
Sold by Ackerman & Srewart.
Literary Kepsake.
&Bon after the peace protocol between
the United States and Stpain was signed
Master Rolland B. Keating.of this cly,
conceived the idea that he would like
to have the autouraubs ot the signers,
and wrote to the gentlemen, making
kdowu his destr. A few days ago he
was gratified to receive the signature of
both the siurers-William R. Day. for
the United States. and Jules Cambon,
the French Ambassiador, for Spain.
The envelope containing the latter
had tirfollowing card on upper left-
hand corner: "Ambaspade De France
Aux Etats-Uuti," and the autograph
reads: "M. Jules Cambon, Ambasa-
deur de hi Republique Francaise,Wauh.
ington. 17 Avot., 180l." Young Mr.
Keating naturally feels proud of these
keepsake.mementos of the war and
peace of 1808.
For Rent.
Uottage eouveuiutly located; five
rooms; city water; large yard; cheap.
Apply quick at ibis office.

The Olrder of Uattod Moots


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Is a fraternal boeniciary order which
pays its members $10 per weak during
sickness, and W90 per month for ten
'years in ease of permanent disability ;
and ln old ae, datmg from the 76th
birthday, a pension of nS per moath
for ten years. At the death of a mem-
bher his benellare an paid 76T for
funeral xpeanse and a pension of W0
per month thereafter fora pealed of tea
years. Thin plan of paying by monthly
payments is recognized to be the best
and safest way of leaving support for
one's family, because s oaenot be lost
or stole as is too often the ea0 when
btc eantre sum is paid death. It alo
enable the Order to meet Its oblip-
tions at all times without extra eases.
meats, and failure is impossible. Thee
ar two dqe6, and the ft e for eaoh Ila
So. The does are as folois:
Subordinate Temple due, not to ex*
oeed 95e. per mouth,and Supreme Tem-
pie dues recording to the following ta-
ble of rates:
91 to 0 vears of age, 81 00 per moth
80 to 85 19 "
85 to 0 1 0 .6
40 to4 1 78 "
46to50 9 00 "
l0 to00f 9 80 *
The does remain the ame as long at
the member remains in the Ordel.
A person quallead to be a member aot
this Order mout be a whit man bewe
the ages of 1 and 0 years, o od ,,
moral character, of sound phytOel am"
mental condition, and capable of a, o
lug a living for himself s 4 i
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had to give up and commence to doctor.
tried our local physicians and one In Jolet
but none gave me any relief and I though
I was going to die. I became desponden
and suffered untold agony. I could not et
sleep nor rest, and it. seemed as If I coul
not exist. At the end of six months I wa
reduced to but a shadow of myself, and a
last my heart became affected and I wa
truly miserable. I tooltk s. or eight bottle
of Dr. Miles' Nervine. It gave me relief
from the start, and at last a cure, the great
eat blessing of my life."
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CUBA UNDER PEACE. pS
Is OwCun 'will pt p ain a 111 wmM
MINISTER PALMA ON THe FUTURE palhy is with the native OCubans I
OF THE ISLAD. whoMad for the polloy of libsety
Which the American goverammet Wl
fpe Wied Work After oesm I seedingl tow Bydis uissi n g on afie
S Nmve- sOee U t Ke Y MWtarwant sA. a oo l iarn 11i palttlat Sa
SesMeS eUtah-el -.Uselles lAp S ed*a h tBl to the noM
toulda -ve ea VeTo e Assea-Nle.m Oubnzi "r ril tioved. We hav
Tomas Estrada Palms. delegate a every confidence that the United Statl
go"ementwill$ eventually tuSn ova
largeof the Ouban republic, aideoen the aland o uba to the peoplefi
ly at the olel of the Ouban Junta in and independent, and personally I b
New York city, when asked what step liev that it will not be long after thi
would be taken by his government upon that Cuba will be oe of the man
the declaration of peace: "The ft proudest states of the Union."-X-e
. thing to be done by the Cuban patriots York BSan.
In America after the blockade has been
raised will be to send immediate relief AFTERI1ATH
to the starving Cubans in the field.
Money which otherwise. would have OF THE WAR
been spent for arms and ammunition
will be devoted to the purchase of food,
clothing and' medicine for the Cuban More Important Developments In
st soldiers and for their families, Establishing Peace.
r "Without raising the Isue of who
I should govern Cube, we feel that we
I will have the hearty co-operation of tile Dewey Reports Manila's Fail.
I United States government in this mat. Admiral Dewey'i official annooun
tI ter of relieving starvation. That comes ment of the bombardment and tsrren
t first, as a humanitarian necessity. The der of Manila was received in Wasa
Mt relief will be sent immediately, with ington Wednesday. It read:
t, the permission of the American govern- "Manila surrendered Aug. 18 to th
s ment, and, so far as the Cuban republic American land and naval forces after
it i concerned, for the present we will combined attack. A division of th
u follow the custom of old by turning the squadron shelled the forts and entrench
Ps swords into plowshares and try to get ments at Malate, on the south side o
ef down to actual as well as theoretical the city, driving back the enemy, ou
- peace as speedily as possible." army advancing from that side at th
"What will the government of the same time.
republic of Cuba do as a government?' "City surrendered about 5 o'clock
was asked. "The leading men of that the American flag being hoisted b:
government, front President Ma so Lieutenant Broumby (a Georgian)
down, have implicit confidence in the About 7,000 prisoners were taken. The
declaration of the United States govern- squadron had no casualties, none of the
meant that it went to war not for the no- vessels were injured.
quisition of Cuba, but to free the island "Un Aug. 7 General Merritt and
for the Cubans. Personally I believe that formally demanded the surrender of the
it is only a question of time when the city, which the Spanish governor gen
people of Cuba will wish annexation, eral refused."
but at the present time there are many, Davis on Peace Conmmisslon.
especially among those who went into Senator Cushman Davis, chairman of
I the field against the Spauiards, whose the senate committee on foreign rela
aim and ambition have been independ. tions, Wednesday accepted the tender
ence. Any policy of the United States of an appointment as a member of the
which attempted to force annexation Spanish. American peace commission.
before the people wire ready might
cause considerable internal trouble." erritt Cables Wnehington.
"How soon after the declaration of The war department received a dis
,i peace do you think the question of an patch from General Merritt Thursday
nexation or independence could be reporting the fall of Manila and giving
o brought up?" was asked. "It may take details of the demand for surrender and
I several mouth tfor the Spa',sh govern incidents preliminary to the final cap
1 ment to remove its soldiers front tin ture of the city.
n island. After the Spanish soldiers have General Merritt estimated the Ameri.
gone away there will be left only about can killed and wounded at 5).
120,000 Spaniards. Many of those Ilrstrillons tl o M. rritt.
might renounce allegiance to the Spaun The war department sent General
ish government. But assuming that Merritt a dispatch Thursday giving him
there would remain, 100,000 Spauiards instructions for the government of the
on the islaid. that is a small number Philippine islands, all of which, it was
in.comparimon with the 1,200.000 ua announced, had betn surrendered to
tive Cutians. While the Spanish troop. America.
are being removed I think that th. Our commander was ordered to re
United States government would b. quire the iusurgents and all others to
wise in consulting unofficially tht- recognize the authority of the United
wishes of the large native population States.
Thu American provisional govern
ment. which wi:l no doubt be of a mil- S'paill.h 1',,"asml1onA Named.
itary character, can do much toward The Spanish government announced
strengthening the gratitude which thile Thursday that Generals Blanco and
native Cubans already feel for the Casteilanos and Admiral Muiuerola had
United States for having freed them been appointed commissioners to act
from the Spanish yoke. In what wiay with Americans in urnmuing for the
the United States should try to get the evacuation of Cuba and Uenerals Ma
opinion of the people of Cuba, whether cies and Ortega and Admiral Vailarino
by popular election or otherwise, is outn for Porto Rico.
of the problems which it will have tio Awul (rinmes lie PFnutlngo?
solve. But no matter in what way the The Fifth Infantry of regulars and
American government goes about it it Twentieth Kanaaa volhmteers 4ere or.
will always find the native Cubans not dered to Santiago de Cubal Thursday,
only willing but anxious to help the from whih point news at a disquieting
Americans In the solution of the prob. nature h libeen reoeivel.
len". iA special dispatch to an Atlanta pa.
"If there s should be an election on per charged the Second aiud Fifth ree-
the subject of annexation or indepnd. ments of immune with shocking crimes,
ence, do you think the 100,000 Spon. aleging that no discipline prevailed
i iards on the island ought to be allowed and that the troops committed robbery,
to vote?" "Certainly not," replied Mr. murder, rape and arson at will.
Palma. '"It is true that they are part of
the Cuban population, but their ihter- Mleril.g of thile 'abint.
eats have never been with the Cauban The cabinet session Friday was brief.
Only on one condition should any us- The disbandment of the army and the
thi e Spaniard be allowed to vote i Cu. naval review scheduled to occur at New
ba on any question, and that is that he York Saturday were the main points of
should publicly renounce his allegiance discussion. As to the former, Secretary
to tpain." Alger stated the details were being
"How about protecting the property worked out and considerable difficulty
of the Spaniards in Cuba?" "The honor was being experienced in aeleoting the
and dignity of the native Cuban govern- regiments to be put an the austering
nmint would compel it to respect the out list, but he expected the matter
property and persons of all inhabitants, would be in shape for the iua.
eveu of the Spaniards." "How about dance in a few days of the neuossry or-
thu liberation of prisoners for political dere.
offetiJeh?" "That will be the next de- GeneralWheeler I Charge.
si.t on the part of the native Cubans General Joseph Wheeler Friday fer
afttr food, clothing and medicines have maily seiumed commandof Oamp Wlk.
been supplied to the needy. The libera- off ,at Montak Point, L L
tion of political prisoutre is something question P-or the Peae o es .
which should come lo quickly that we
f(Il confident that the tVmporary Amer. Dispatches from Ma.id 8 l6u y
Ica government on the island will lib. mid Spain would claim indl maiyod lt
erate tl .m all before the question of the United Statesw for&il U egm sm
annexution or independeuoe is brought Poperty i Oub Port l t"
Phillppines.
"'How about the retention of Spanish I This w looked upe ta Wausitangm
officers in elvil omoes in Cuba.?" "The aoe of te anay vexation problem
native Cuban., who are as ten to o the peae ommi would be elled
compared with the Spietlards numeric- to ttle.
ally, would be much more easily go. Naval Review at Mew York.
etin d by anybody bat epaniards. They The victorious American warshbips,
wold hive very little faith In the pro- laclndaing the Indiana. Oregon. Iowa,
fct.anu f allegians oolohae pwt of a Texs, Brooklyn and New York. reached
bp.,nash ocohebolder. New Yurk harbor latnrdaJy frola C-
".tud as we know itwill be t. de bnu waters andwes reviewed by an
sire of the Ameriea government to rule immense ooSSeA of people mvifn
(.ntua (fmporily with as M 'tram- Iup Huden svaer amid tmadtuog
'ui 't>z AS miouaLle. we feel eaMdaat ces-n to *ae. toanb t 4 aQsu Vu
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sively treated me but all"Ii
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awrtul samet whieh.wadevouring me. I Wa
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gsin. I impiwved from the smart, and a eom.
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PUTNAM HALL.


PUTNAM HALL, Aug. 9S
A big corn crop in looming up fo. tile
farmers an this neighborhood.
There is so-ee talk about Mr. lrste;
moving his awmill frum Ilu.H&Lur to
this place.
Mrs. G. L. Sipprell and children have
gone to Canada for a visit with Mrs.
Sipprell's mother.
Miss Neta Wall has been entertaining
M-.s 8.ear and her brother this week.
They are from Macon, Ga,
The Best Prescription for Chills
ud flver is a bottle of Grove's I'aste-
loss Chill Touie. Never fails to cure;
then why expLilmett with worthless
tuitations ? Price 50c. Jun3 ly

MELROSE.

MELItOSE, Aug. 24.
Dr. Godwin bad a narrow escape hiom
serious accident last Saturdny. His
horso started to run ;away, but the Dr.
got him under control and thus spoiled
a good item for the paper.
Mrs..lames McCullough and her four
children have gone to Augu-ta, G t tor
a visit of several weeks.


Harry .Jackson has tluished his black-
smith and repair shop, and is about
ready for business.
James MuCuiloughi has gone back to
his place of busitiess a' Inverness,
An Old Idea.
Every day strengthens the belief of emi.
nent physicians that impure blood is the
cause of the majority of our diseases.
Twenty-five years ago this theory was used
as basis for the formula of' Browns' Iron
Bitters. The many remarkable cures effected
ny this famous old household remedy are.
sififlient to prove that the theory is correct.
Browns' Iron Bitters is sold by all dealers.

M 1NNVILLE.


hANNVILLE, Aug. 22.
Job a Smith, of the Florida regiment,
is home, sick with the measles.
Misses Dora and Martha lRebhern, of
DeLund, are the guests ot the family of
George Berklemnn.
pW. L. Orange has recovered from his
recent il,ness,
Contractors Davis and Worldly were
liers this week.
WV. H. Mann is having a two-story
barn, 40x75, built on his place.
Rlopars and additions are being made
to the residence of S. M. Coburn, at
Lake Anita.
Discover d by a Woman.
Another great discovery has been
made and ,hat t ,o, by a lady in this
country. "Disease fastened Its olutehe
upon her and for seven years he with-
stood its aeverests teats, but her vital
organs were undermined and esath
seemed imminent. For three months
she coughed lneeaantly and could not
slhep. She finally discovered a way to
recover by parcbasing of us a bottle of
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con-
sumption, and was much relieved on
taking fAret does, that she slept all
night, and with two bottles bu been
absolutely cured. Her name Is Mtr.
Luther Lutz." Thus writes W. 0.
Hamuek & Co., Bhelby, N. C. Trial
bottle fra. at Ackerman 8tewart'
dru tore.e Regularsize 50o and 1l
Every ottle guaranteed.

CBBSOIT CITY.

CRaCeKNT CITY, Aug 22.
A celebration in honor oft the cessa-
tion of hostilities between the United
States and Spain was held here last week
Thursday. There were races over the
Lake SlIa course in the afternocn, by
the canoe club, and in the evening the
ladies of the Village Improvement As-
sociation gave a dancing i arty in their
hail. The 8immons Hardware Compa-
ny donated powder with which to fire
salutes. C. H. Prestou extended his
electric wire along Central avenue past
the V. I. A. ball and the city was light-
ed for once by electricity.
FollowiDg is a summary of the rau:
Single paddle, single blade, Arur
Appleby flirt, time 2:45; 8. M. LaBree
second, time 2'80.
Single paddle, double blade, P. C.
sable fiit, time 2:33; C. A. MauU
*eond, time 2:65.
Tandem, single paddle, Grable and
f'rpon t rsti, time 2:9; Appleby and
4- ll e 60644, MA0.


"K1i" race, tandem single, Wallace
PieIponmt amid Henryt Hi unuson first;
Willie Miller and Kinigsbury Morton
second; no time give.
Tub tace, won by orter Plerpont.
C. H. Preston. judge; E. Terry dtart-
er; I. L. Waterial ume l r.
Mr. aid Mrs. n ,unier-
taoed a Jew frterli hloo-n-
or of Mrs. Rhodem, of Jaucksonvilie.
Navigation In Hew Creek has been
completely stepped this week by water
hbyacinths. A quanuty of naval store
is tied up at Paxtou's, and will have to
remain there until the 'cimha are re-
moved. I


A party consisting of Dr. Walker san
family, of Huntington, and Will Wanr
and Miss k ,gilu Ward have tgone t
davtona this week, They drive across
Country.
Mrs. A. B. Torrey and F. M. PaysoE
and wife are expected bome this week
from aylonsa.
Let us Work forFlorida.
(iGaineTlIe Bun.
The war is over, and ih,' wisest thing
tbihg the people of Florida can do is to
uuitedlv work for the advancement of
all the various n ierests of lhis state.
If we expect Flriena toi advance as
she anou.d, as her natural advantages
entitle her to. w, niti-t become unltedi
aini work Ibarniiniouly aud iu elligent-
ly together.
This state has too many enemiies
abroad to admit of disseuniolns at home.
Legitimnite rivalry between competing
interests is commendable and will stim-
iatte the develoipii.ntlt of resources,but
if we overrechli the honorable limit. if
we discouragi- honest efforts in Ihe di-
rection of developing, that which cre-
ales legitimate wealth, there will be
little or no pioire-s; indeed, if a policy
of this character be pursued there will
he, it is safe to say, low progress, and
there is iiiiindiate danger that in a few
)eais the iunterets of the people will be
so dwarful an to produce stagnafton if
nt adeclhne in all wealth producing
industries.
There will be nothing gained for the
state if we, like cannuihals, continuuue to
eat each other up.
The state to prosper muit produce
wealth. To inhsut progress the natural
resources of Florida must be developed
iu a manner sons to prove advautaueous
to all ilterests.
in the past there has not been that
harmonious action that should have
prevailed.
The fact is as plain as the noon'ay
suu that there has been exhibited too
much sellishaess and not enough of
public spirit and enterprise. The ffuctL
of our manner of working has been to
contribute more to the builder g up of
the Interests of other states than of
Florida.
We should be for Florid i irt, last,
and all the time, and cease antagonizing
each others interests, We should ad-
vance all together by drawing wealth
from other states.
The resources of Florida are ample. if
properly dealt with,to bring a fair profit
to every industry.
Had the people of Florida been true
to themselves the materna: interests of
this state would now be fir in advance
of where they are, That the state is
not more prosperous Is the fault of ber
own citizens. We have been playing
into the hands of those who are antpg
onizing the best interests of riorlda.
Saseclous, unscruoplous, men have dis-
covered our weakness and have taken
advantage of us. Were we united in
our efforts to promote the welfare of
thissl te,we could not thus be deprived
of out lust rights.
When the railroads and the people
mutual co-operate; when the leading
cities of the state cease their antagonism
and indulge in legitimate competition;
when the prosperity of one city ceases.
to arouse Jealousy and bring forth bitter
expressions of opposition from the citi
enas of another city; when the circula-
tion of false and malicious stories re-
garding the healthfulness of some of
our cities ceases; when our own citi-
zens discontinue the senseless habit of
abusing cities wherein they have no
property or business Interests; when
honesty instead of dishonesty prevails;
when truth instead of falsehood becomes
paramount; when the people of Florida
look beyond the limits of the state and
strive to profit by emulating the exam-
ple set them by live, energetic. and
public sptrlted ctisensO. in other states;
whon the too grasping disposition of
maiy of ou own people lI made odious;


whou a policy is pursued which will
encourage instead or strangle pnerel
proeuerity; whe. all the various Inter-
ests of the state unite and strive to give
the natural resour-es of Florida a fair
chance to develop;' thcn, and not till
then, will Florida rapidly advance tot
that proud position which nature in-
tended she should occupy
OO CURB-NOPAY
That is the way all drugglets IHI
OROVI'8 TABTELEB8 CHILL
TONMO for Chills and Malaria. It Is
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it. C. HIIowLL,
Dep. Registration UOric r.
The Hero List.
Since the cessation of hostilities, it is
not amiss to count UD the most popular
heroes produced by the war. Here as
the list:
Rear Admiral George Dewey, of Ver.
mont.
Lieutenant Richa:'d Pearson Hobson,
of Alabama.
Colonel Theodore IRoievelt. of New
York.
hear Admiral W.T. Sampson. of New
York.
Rear Admiral Winfleld Scott bchley.
of Maryland.
Captain Robley D. Evans.of Virginia.
General Joseph Wheeler,of Alabama.
Captain Obarlos Edgar Clark, of Ver.
mont.
Lieut. Commander Richard Walu-
wright, of District of Columbia.
Commodore John W. Philip, of New
York.
Ensign Worth Bagley, of North Car-
olmna.
TLieutenant Victor Blue, of South
Carolina.
Cadet Joseph W. Powel). of New
York.
Seven of the thirteen may be claimed
by the south. Wainaright hails from
the District of Columbia, but is said to
be a South Carolinian.
Tellow Jasedle Cared.i
Suffering bumauity should be sup
plied with every means poible.for Its
relief. It with pleasure we publish
the following: "'Thi is to eertlfy that 1
was a terrible sufferer ftom yellow
jaundice for over six months sand was
treated by some of the best thysiolans
In our city and all to no avail Dr.
Bell, our dragglet, recommended Elee-
trio Bitters, and after taking two bot-
tles-I was entirely cured. I now take
plemaure in recommending them to any
person suffering with this terrible
malady. I am gratefully yours, M. 4.
Hogarty, Lexington, Ky." Bold by
&ckerman &t tewart, druggists.
ReglItratlon Notice.
The relestration book for Putnam
county will be open in my office at the
court house, in Palatka, for the purpose
of retistramtlo, on the following days
each week, Monday, Wednesday, and
Friday. from 9 o'clpek a. m,. to 11 m.,
and from 9 o'clock p. m. to 5 p. m.
W. P. ANDamSaN,
jT29 Registtrtion Officer.

Dr., Bloom, a noted magnetic healer,
of lIAe county, hae parbhased the
udge bouse-"Pine Vastle"-near De
LaJaod will locatesa nltarium there.
Great improvemeuta are to be made to
t%4 pUf.


LEUAL ADalt RTIaMKNTa.

ADUMINITTATOR' O 10TKI .
LIX MONTIIH 4FTR DATK X WILL YU-
0 BNt T ny fnatl rcosnt, and' voecr, -a
A dmnaistmtur of the Kits of (;IaIm CorunI,
deceaed., to tbhe County Judge of Patum Coun-a.
ty, Florida, ndaskt o be dilscharJed from the
firtlier administration of autial etate.
ut. a CRILL.
4 A dnlnistiltor.
feb 10, '18-m. Cum testaneato amneo.
ADMINISTRATORS U OTICL
SIX MONTHIMAFTER DATE I WILLPRHIENT
my flnal oeounf nad voucher a adia's is-
tratri of the otat of Win. peek. doossed to
The County Judge of PMuam County, jortta.
and ask to Ie discharWed Irum the further ad.
milniftration of said "aMte.
MARY JUCKPHWIE SPECK.


Adaiualastralz.
CE FOR PIJLICATIO*-
ormBw AT (.AISXlVrLLKt PLA.,
." u2e 1'. Ia.
IS HERiVYI ;IVk.Nr THATTHRI
Inr ni. Pl 4ttle.cr has Sled otio. ato
n *u inke itial rl.. t tin support of
ndl a t maidl pri will lbe mad be-
Circiit I ourt, ilatktt, Florida. oa
tIM vii.
jllh:r. It Han ervill l.a, Hd. 215
)o ne '4. *ec:l t m.ar se.
taw i'loilwillg witnloses to prove hil
relidnoe upon and cultivation of
l:
on, Bannerrllle, Fla.
raney.
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Register.



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A Change ?
Try the Seaside..,#
For fine fishing, excellent hethina
and the prettiest bachl on the Al-
lantic coat, where the air ts pure
and refreshing.

...Coronado Beach...

Leads the Procession.
Coronado is opposite New
Smyrna. only two hours from
Palatka, and you can get ac-
commodations at mioerate
prices by writing to the

SEASIDE HOTEL.
W. H. NEWELL, Prop
P. 0. address, New 8 n.ma, Fla.






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Price, 80e. Jun 81sy NOT
Registration Offlcer. LANS)
Following is the official list of District XT'rIC
Registration Officers, appointed by tu- iimI atentni>
pervisor W. P. Anderson, August 15th, tre lairk, a
1818 :A Aiuit 13. I
m.yli.ranl .A
District 1-J. H. Harmon. ,fr the a 4i
2-W. M. Williqims. .ontiuuus r
bald land. vil
3-Robert W. Bard. J T.Mtint
S 4--Henry Rrvant. W. Hill
5-John W. Harrison. C.A. Itr.w
6 --John Cook. joilyl-.
S 7-T. V. Hincks.
8-M. W. Raiford.
t-J. D. Haian.
*" 10-E. 1). Daucev.
11-L. T. Dupree
1" 2--Peer Gardner.
13-tieorge Weller. l W ie
14- F. J. 2'earntide.
15-A. Usina. And C
1--R1. F. Lyon.
17-I1. L. Kennerl'. Ve
S IS-LJban Price. A <
19-E. B. Lane. A
20-D. Bohannon. Snecsl a
21-A. II. Townsend.
22-George Weathersbee.
23-F. E. Das. bWe
24-('harles Thiigpin.
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DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.

For Justices of the Bupreme Court,
.4I R. 9. TAYLOR,
Of Alachue County.
F. B. CARTER,
Of Jackson County.
For State Treasurer,
: J. B. WHITFIBELD,
Of Leon County.
: For Railroad Oommsldoners,
i H. E. DAY,
S ,* Of Alachbua Couty.
J. M. BRYAN,
Of Osceola County.
JOHN L. MORGAN,
Of Hamilton County.
SECOND CONORESS'N'L DISTRICT

For Congroe .
ROBERT W. DAVIS,
Of Putnam County.

DEPlOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.

For Stat BSenator,
SS. CRILL.
For the Legtelature,
JOHN McALLISTER.
J. H. HARt'.
For County Treesnrer,
S. J. KENNERLY.
For Tax Collector,
F. C. BLANCHARD.
For Tax Asstsor,
GEO. F BULLARD.
For Members County School Board
District 1-I. W. J. PARRISH.
District l-GEO. E WELCH.
District 8-H. J. FOWLER.
For County Surveyor,
P. D. WATKINS.

UTILIZING TIME AND SUBSTANCE.

The Times-Union and Citizen shows
how some men fail and some prosper in
sma'l Industries. It say's lhitan oyster
canning factory in Floridla found itself
running behind, and searebed for Ithe
cause. The leak was fund to be the
interest on idle capital while the oysters
were out of season. But the manager
did not despair and dud fault with our
climate; he occupied his idle ti.ne in
caring for prawns and shrimps and fl h
in thtir season, immediately at his
doors., Rfesult: A dividend of 40 per
cent. the next vear,andcontinued prus-
perity ever since.
The northwestern 'slaughter houses
utilize all parts of the animal except the
breath, and it Is wittily declared that a
Yankee is figuring on that. Baltimore
peach canners u-ed to pay scavengers
to take away parings and pit* o* the
fruit. Now they sell these bh-products
to brandy distiller, and chemists. The
Louisians sugar planters once dumped
their uncorimerial molasses into theI
river. Now they sell much of It at a
good p.r.'i, fror f.attenor stock, and use
the balan e to imniove the condition of
their mules, caii, aud swinu. Etam-
ple are numerous on th'. line in many
directions. The man whio knows how
,* to emrllV tainal.l- ilme, and utilize
everything, is the maon who reaches the
top of 'he moutaiiin ,f pro.perl;y, as a
gneriat ru e. l',oo nii tV o) e waste
time. a'id neglect wh. it y think tiobe
ams'i lilih.g, iet sihe ,u is tIh be in
Sin.l "' he wil,.

The Fi.t i siila ,, o at should by
all mean, he rn,,nteril out. Thoy en-I
listed- with bhe- rpe,** d-ilon of giving to
the fro.ni smon the a *.. hut they have
been h.,dits siuirt-ril. notiwithlinding '
the fi' -Iat thheA were *rI-1 pr"pated
/;'*, *r'. *nUed' tb.i.a diiv *,,ter regl
imar 'n i, e nt,'.); ID now that thP
w air ***,* t woB shouts be aiowed to
'.' a u to tLibel .ss


AN XPBRIMMBNT,

A geasfeman at our elbo'r, who is a
devoted Republican, says a weald like
to hae the experiment so perailtenly
aed for by the Mlverite tried. If the
q*e and unlimited coinage of sliver is
deoerable, it should be made to appear,
and he is willing that the experiment
shall be made. We say to him, and
other doubters, that the advocates of
sliver hav no ooealon to make expert,
Iments. The field of research waseong
since exhausted. For four thousand
years they slept together In the same
bed. Their relations have been asInti-
mate and cordial as were ever those of
husband and wife. Who has cheekst
enough to declare the marriage relation
an untried experiment? Monometalism
and bimetallam are .removed from, and
are no longer in, the domain of politics.
For three quarters of a century the free
coinage of silver in the world's markets
was unchallenged. Whed the silver


dollar was dropped from coinage, thi
guilty rascals who perpetrated I he deec
did not proosxe to suspend coinage a,
an experiment. The age of experiment
on the money question had passed
Asialn, the management of our finance,
by bouking corporations is not an ex.
Periment. Banks are to-day the ruling
power. Away with all tinkering of the
goldites with our finances.

ADVENT OF PROSPERITY.

Interviews with prominent merchants
and manufacturers indicate that the
ion, heralded era of prosperity is at
hand.
With the laying down of arms, comes
the opening of new territories, hitherto
beyond the range of commercial explo-
rations.
America's dealings with Cuba,though
large,were hindered by a discriminating
tariff,which enabled the paniard to sell
his goods much cheaper and with great-
er profit to himself.
All this will be changed; the field
opened to American productions, with
inducements, rather than hindrances.
With the occupation of the new islands
by Americans will cause demands for
skilled labor of all kinds, together with
manufactures and products which this
country is so well situated to supply.

DEMOCRATS, BE AWAKE.
,Let every Democratic voter in Put-
nam county see th it he is properly reg.
istered and otherwise qualified to vote
in the coming election. It may be of
much more Importanee to qualify than
we now think, and, at any rate. every
true Democrat should cast his ballot for
his party nominees.
The registration books are open all
over the county and the tax books are
open for the payment of pol. taxes.
It is the duty of our worthy members
of the Democratic executive c mmittee
tosee to it that all are properly qualified
Let's not only beat the read, but let's
beat 'em so hadly that they will think
they were not in it. Whoop 'em up I

There is something pitiful in the can-
dicacy of ex-t.enatur Call and his can-
yass of the state for United Sta:es sen-
atorsbip, save the Leesbuig Commier-
cial. He seems unable to realize what
is so apparent to every one who knows
anything( of public affaire in ithe state-
that bie iolitlcal folonwing hasldwindled


dIown to almost nothing. A' long as he
occupied an official position that made
it ipselble to g ve place and poliloun,
there was o crtaiin element thba were
bi4 ardent supporters asid admirers.
iut fiO sooner was he defeated tihan
they deserted him. His condlldou cau
be likened to that if an old lion u tile
jeug av ho. having lost hs ablreog h
ibrough old age, Is deertied hv hi foe.
et matei aMd lets alone to oe. rhe
es-arnator's condition' la trly pwd
Spectacle.


The other B3aralet,of lnterlaehen
a an eeedindglv sensible article ou'te
subject of the high rate of pasuener
fares t Florda, says the Kislmmee
Valley Gaeutte, quote the answer of a
northern railway a geut who was asked
why grers a-, t made to get
up eaur03iO W ". will tell
you why," he replied. "The northern
roads are tired of transporting pasen-
ers on exourslon to. Florida at half a
aoet a mile, while the Savannah, Flori
da, and WemUr exacts three and five
ceots a mile In Georgia and Florida for
every passenger that enters Florida from
the north," and adds: "That ie a partial
answer to the Times-Union and Citi-
zen's claim that other states get the
principal benefit of the tourist travel to
Florida."

It is stated that it costs the Royal
Baking Powder Company something
like 500,000 a year for advertising. It
was once suggested to the company to


e discontinue advertising for one year as
I the powder was so well known and ad-
, vertised and place the 500,000 to the
t profits. The reply was that It would
. probably cost the company three times
i that amount to get the product in its
original channels again. This is a pret-
ty good pointer to those business men
B who imagine they are making a great
saving when they discontinue a four or
six dollar-a-month advertisement a few
months in the dull season. It never
pays to tear out a dam because the wa-
ter is low.

The gold mdn say that our present
per capital of circulation is great enough.
There is plenty of money in circulation,
they say. There may be a plenty of
money, but it Is not in circulation.
There sl plenty of blood in a corpse, but
it is not of much service to the afore-
said corpse. What money we have is
congested in the centers and the country
people are suffering for the lack of it.

The first meeting of the Democratic
Executive Committee of the Second
Congressional District was held at the
Windsor Hotel, Jacksonville, 3estei day
at 11 o'clock a. m.

The indications' are that one of the
first acts of congress when it re-assem-
beis will be is increase the regular army
to 100,000.

Iu European estilmation, Unc.e Sam
also goes up a few numbers.

When they put a man In Jtil, he can
not f illow his n tural Inciluatione He
oaunot eat what he wants to: lie ils
litltel to a ery frugal diet Is it not
equally true of a dyspeptic? For all
the real enjoyment he gets ou,' of life,
be mightas well ti ln jail. He cannot
eat what lie likes, nor enough. He auf
fere much; gets little sympathy, At
drit, perhaps little heaviness In the
dtowmach, a little nournesswiludy belch-
long and heartburn; headache aud
bllllousnese and a Ioui ttsli In bthe
mouth in the morulng. 'hronia c .n-
stipatoll is a uost. Inevitabe, andi
means that the budy li holinug poleon-
ous, impure matter that should besot
ton rid of. The pol on is being reab.
sorbod Into tle blood and the who's
h.dy. Impurity lit the blod may lead
to aliuost any disease. Conltipati n I
'the start of it all. Dr. Peeroe. Pli"
ant Pu lets cure eousntiption, oure It so
It tati eured. No other no.d, in itheli
world will do t at.
S ed (t senvl In oue-eur t stam.M to
World'. I)ipmnsery Medical Asoeila-
tion, Hiffa'o. N Y.. rnd roeise Dr.
Pi. re.'* S108 p g C ,,ieu natiiws MMail
Ic..I Advi,*, ,ilus' stated


Te tlesaUe the mhs e
Iffo tuall., et gently, when eeetlv, or
blilotat, to pwuoeaetlAy overow,"ue tIa-
bitual oumatpatiulou, awaken the kid-
ays uil liv- r to a htealty aetlvi y,
waiultt Ir I ntg or weakeolng them.
Ito ibiI noweds n, rolds, or fev.,,r,
Uee' nyrip ,of igs. made. y iuth 'eall-
ft.rsa PFig 4yrup U

Mrs. ( rmgmaM Hote, of Naemburg,
Fl"inda% s valig, IreoJohb o oad,
MV tAiWatt.


iaLr Dbtrlbutis of Olion.

I a ylloue has-e of the 1th Iest.
mantein made of Judge Bdeg and
or Myers as probable candidates for
governor. 'Ti early to oommenoe to
fix up the overonrship. but I suppose
snob move ae considered necessary
for the corporation crowd. Let ua sum
uD a little nud )wtho we have isn all
the prinotpal uswl the pt of the
people of lorida ned what their pro.
fesslons are. ,
First, two U. 8. senators, both law.
yen. Two oonreMssan,botu lawyers.
Governor, lawyer. Secretary of State,
physiolan. Oomptroller, law) er. Treat.
urer, lawyer. Attorney General, law-
yer. Three Justioee of the Supreme
Court, lawyers. Commissioner of Ag-
riculture, no profession known. Super-
intendent of Public Instruction, teach-
er. Three Railroad Commissoners,
professions not known, but supposed to
be raCroad men in part.
Scan the above list and see if you
think the distribution just right. I My
give us a farmer-governor, and in Den.
nis H. Mays we have man. There are
hundreds of other capable farmers who
could fill the office and dischaige the
duties thereof as good as any lawyer we
have had for years. I am not opposed
to lawyers, but by the eternal fitness of
things they should not have the whole
hog. WAVuOO.


The testimonials in behalf of Hood's
Barsaparilla are written by honest peo-
ple who want you to know what It has
done for them.

For the Children.
What a wonderful thing a dof is 1 I
am led to this expression by something
I have seen of late. I have been to the
dok show. It was really a dog. pony,
and monkey show. It was said theie
were a hundred animals in all. More
dogs than all the rest, and more ponies
than monkeys. They were all well
trained. It i called the 'GentryShow,'
but W. W. Weaver is the ring master,
and directs the performance. He has
been with the dogs for seventeen years.
He has worked with them day and
night, for there are always new tricks


to be brought out. Kindness, and a
choice morsel, go to aid in this work ;
but there are always bad dogs as well
as had boes, aud tihe whip must be used
sometimes. All are caught their duties
and are under complete subjection. A
happier and more contented set of dogs
you never saw. About sixty of them
sat around the ring on pedestals about
two feet high, each on his own separate
neat. They were as still and quit as a
pa' cel of boys and gli s in school during
school time. They were called by name
to come into the ring to perform. Ouly
those called came, the others remained
in their places. When theperformance
was over,the mater would dismiss them
with patting, and say now bols take
)our seats. They would then quickly,
each to his own place, spring up, and
poce himself as demurely as any one
could. One of the amusing tricks they
performed was "Mr. and Mrs. Snyder
out airing their baby." Twogood-sized
dogs were dressed in clothes like men
and women, and their baby (a very
small dog) dressed in baby clothes. Mr.
,*uyder and his wife came into the ring,
walking uprightly on their hind feet,
Mr. Soycer was pushing a baby cab,
with the little dog tm it as baby.. They
were brought chairs to sit in, and for a
time Mr. Snvder held and caressed the


1-duenet oeny to tho mad
sim c m of tae ooutamb bt also
to r oe and skill with whikh it is
manofetured by selentUo preemsm
khown to the CAuroams. IFo tliup
Co. oly, and we wish to Impre apo
all the Importauo of p=rehin the
true and original remedy. As the
genui Syrup of rig manufaetumd
by the OCAurOaUA ie BraTp Co.
onl0 a knowledge of that et will
a t one in avoiding the worthle
imitation manufactured other par-.
tie. The high tMandiag of the jau.
iroRxiA ie BrauP Co. with the madl.
ol profession, and the satlafto
which the genuine Syrup of Dg bas
given to mUllos of fam lIe, mp
the name of the Compaw y a uMranty
of the excellence of Its emedy. It Is
far In advance of all other IAXtives,
as it acts on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without Irritating or weaken.
Ing them,. and it does not gripe nor
nauseate. In order to get It beneficial
effects, please remember the name of
the Company-
CALIFORNIA PIG SYRUP CO.
@An FRANOiaO. ".
LOVUITILLS. K,. XUW To X. V.

children, as well as the older ones.
Two lessons may be learned from the
show-the value of education and train-
laog, and the value of strict obedience.
A moral, also: If our domestic animals
are capable of almost human actions,
how inhuman it is to treat them un-
kindly. N. W.


Teachers' Examination.
An examination of applicants for
teachers will be held in Palatka, on
Tuesday, September 6,1808, to open at
8 o'clock sharp. Applicants will pro.
vide themselves with pen, Ink, and legal
cap paper before entering.
Browning's Educational Theories will
be the book examined from on theory
ad* practice, to be had of E. L.Kellogg
& Co.. 8 E. O9h st.. N. Y., or of F. C.
Cochran.


T. W. RALPU, Co. Supt,

The Orange Crop.
Crecent City Journal.
Faith in orange growing as a financial
success has beon rather weak since the
last freeze, which was so disastrous to
this section, but the-e has been much
of late to restore confidence in It. A
good growth was made last year which
the frost In the winter nipped but did
not seriously damage Thise eason the
growth has been eomethinig remarkable.
At no time for years have the trees put
ou more grow h than during the present
season. Fine, healthy trees are the
rule, a a drive through the country
will show. There was a good'bloom in
the winter and the bloom held. In
many groves there has been a good June
bloom on trees that did not bloom in
the winter. Throughout the state esti-
mates of the crop are being made most
hopefully. Orlando growere estimate
that they will ship twenty thousand
boxes. Groves in this vicinity are look-
laing even better than at Orlando, and
Individual growers here are estimating


little dog-the baby--with parental ten. their crop to be one-third, and in a few
derness. perhaps as wonderful feat a cases one. half, the shipment before the
anv wua the execution of a thief dog. Freeze. Where ta-e Ias been "given,
He stole a piece of meat, and it was de- the trees have responded most beartily
cided that he sbould be hung for. it. A and the outlook for this Industry here Is
gallows was prepared and so arranged very promising. It wiI pay those In-
that two dog suspended the culprit toI trested to viyitthe groves In and about
the air. When he was declared to be Creceunt City and note their condition.
dead, another dog came and out him
down. From that time ho lay limp and The military Cadetallp.
helpless. Au ambulance came hurrying At the recent competitive examine
Iuto the ring drawn by two do~s,with a tion for free cadetabip In the Bartow
monkey for driver, all the wlhleutriking Military Academy, George W. Basett,
a gung, stag, taog, tang. The dead one of the intelligent, progressive be"s
dog was put in the ambulasee a d car-. of Paatik, carried off the honors nla
ried away for burial, A little hbouSee style. After passing the exaelina.
was prepared and set on ie. Te dug tion he decided not to leave home, lad
and monkeys brought out a fire eSfilue therefore declined the apposia let,
and hosetcrt, aU pet out .he iAre. A which was therefore oceferred upe
line of des ail arosed the Itag played Richard Petermaanothe r l lataboy.
"leap frog' A dor and poiyof about
equal hbetht played th amm game, amni o Usme6 a IweaM
ruanlfsg atroua thefla aB a laltpag d e e dt e wh i t,..
over Ostal sen,: k. A t uA -,*6S 'r i,
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-' b*lSI for r aMs Henry.W. Pea-
Al 0'., in. the inler of *ir
Sbuai ess, and remained two year*.
S ',' ookin i ather light and aketehby,
be wa evidently a hrewd observer,
m any c l hisao s data impresions
,.'I .. '"", .. .. (i a poMest value. his introduo.
S. f Iow that the Pbhiippinaf ours
4.we want thm? Do we want group
Wii VV- e( f~I',, 1,400 islands nearly 8,000 miles
Dro.** orB r western shores, iwltering in
S"shaken with eawi mtqnakes? D we want
S-- to Uldertake the responsibility of pro-
S 1 t [i W.Arhi testing those islands from the power.
I IO A I'JiAK in Europe or th'east and of standing
.*,. '" ponsor for the nearly 8,000,000 native
h,_ es a + slteA| inhabitants that peak a soore of differ-
h068 anOi rSorv Y ent tonuDes and live on anything from
sand Umbrellas. roe to stewed grasihoppenr? o we
want the task of civilizing this race, of
opening up the Jungle, of setting up
o officials in frontier, out of the way
Lists sndiP ntS. town, who won't have been there a
month before they will wish to return?
"Can we run them? The Philippines
SFIv are hard material with which to make
K EUS7 C Or" our first ooloDial experiment and seem
LE R MOJ "" to demand a different sort of treatment
1 from tai t which our national policy
Etci[ favors or has had experience in giving.
Sm 'Besides the peaceable native occupying
w the asoeseble towns the i nteriors of
I BU8 INES OOiN'INE D TO many of the islands are filled with
TRADE ONLY.. (RDER aboriginal savage who have never even
CoNiUNRNEITHER recognized the rule' of *Spain who
have never even heartieo Spain and who
[ED NOR DESIREDm still think they are poMseors of the
i IoiL Even on the oa itself are tribes
y on APPlCAtOn. of savages whoarealmontas ignorant
a their brethren in the interior, and
BI N. F IN DA oaly 0 Bmill o frm Manila are rases of
ILLE, FLORIDA. bdwarif that go without clothes, wear
.... ... .. T knee bracelets of horsehair and respeot
D O Dnothing ave the Jungles in which they
"To the north are the Igorrote, to
the south the Moros and in between
sOores of wild tribes that are ready to
dispute possession. And is the United
States prepared to maintain the force
and carry on the military operations in
the fever stricken jungles necessary in
the march of progress to exterminate or
A land, for instance, th olass of troops
who could undertake that sort of work,
and do we feel called upon to do it,
when the ame expenditure at home
would go so muoh further?
"The Philippines must be run under
a despotic though kindly form of gov.
inet, supported by am and armor-
olads, and to deal with the perplexing
questions and perplexing difficulties
Olhat aris needs knowledge gained by
experience by having dealt with other
such problems before."
Commenting on, health conditions.
Mr. Stevens writes:
"I see by the papers that there are at
least twoeaelswof smallpox in Boston,
that everybody is alarmed and hun-
dreds are getting vaccinated. Ourious
t. AQ state of fairr, isn't it, when every day
|I 1 7 iW. s out here you m small obildren running
Ni*..* J around in the streets covered with evi-
bM o 'w dn"ces of this disease Nobody thinks
11 E anything about smallpox in Manila, and
Re ."" S'Wone casem to noltet it if Philippine
S mamM S*I opposte you In the t
?aunt~ca r, e holdin l in her la scantily clotbd
w -e uI.1 child wbhom worthy hde is lluminated
Imv lt At led to daily ppew. with then unmistakable markipg*.
.o Beoleweeks ago there were as 400
.. L V as "e. s rowg'm deaths weak l MVi4 ftrom bthl dis.
V.Iv weadas. ve 0 ,' VSa eMs alone, and from the way in which
the afflicted min with the hale and
L *-rr *ulI l l hy eMarty you an only wonder that there
hbut waeS wre not 4.000.
IL Al FVOIJAOW : "Isdeslde smallpox. thea, fever Ib
Iram~, ,a b ,,, saout hme greats e nmt emy, and certain
,.* ,,, typeo of the minaklarl miety seem so
WIV ER *INE. oam a the suferea from them
V r' I clen. om walk Into the club, drop Into a
I.) ohair ad samy 'Go the fever again.
anfor Enterprise )( -t010-oAt ay-'0 6'11*tey"alkp
onti fcT .L 1h 8~about, th old stagme ne er e vup
Oln t S J1hns bt o mlcoea buy thermometers and
G. DAYs **er h a ad eter g o through a
irY tie e lege, ihe my friend whe .
e igbt weeks' struggle rnk h head
TuM5daysea Pam-rwdis. at 'p. e .,. a that Hi eiavalaemeam hI hat toMedhed
MseMdr sad Thwedsasg s* a. is ais em- oer mape with a weak's initla-
,t ,Mk *t.*. e telm ?yhd see4 s alsor eemme, and
"J ***. a thire lai agenmrally ome ameber of the
,* **t' colouy, for whom mi me are mesions,
e 'iie. strhetcohot is lee tlha and wliublg
saew Vere. sha a mr e ~h Phtlip ,an
a's swea-en, tSe t-t laicka' variety, sa
4 sg w -I. .sw Imed the of step
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Staple isMSus io W40 ai wwith
%416theoomf6U of bomeo'6 mla -r.-
ounded byanao eretwo ln d. We America's Greatet
have stables for our h sae ad e(- Medicine is
buildings for the famllisq or serv ..
nte. Attheen= of trhemoth an l ha ood'sa a parilla, ,
expendituls for homoumea n W, .hlltl.
sges light andsandrle are poied to W pht solutel.
ter and divided by threeM ad with Carps every form at
Overotlbg included my monthly shamt e .. -v, "er o l
(me to t9 sUd dollar-Ime than ooe Impure blo6ds from
of our Amerilnn art wheels per dlei l ...
"The other maoping began theA t The pimple on your
real doem ot the nday meaa, and we Fce to the great
ame v ry near having a bad typhoon. --a --.t -,
WIe smemsn tqsi swiltan d it Scroful.spore which
4twirlaptkg mebak to tPoleasto ent o ,
a*ie A ,d eroa1d through a ntalb uI to Drais yotr system.
NMM ssiem ditan tothe north Thousands of people
o !$U I -i ,aio4nly .fd Testify that Hood's
ma. The atetI wear two feet deep Sarsaparilla cures
ith water i"e business otion and
down at our house by thl sea the wind Scrofula, Salt Rheum,
blew so hard that it carried the tin v-. .'a MaI
from our roof off to visit the nest sub- Uyspeps* Malar a,
arb. b. Ctarrh, Rheumatism
"A math or two later rame the 'real d Tha R i d t
article,' one of the most terrific blow- And That Tired
tigs I have ever felt. Down came all Feeling. Remember "tis
the wires in the main street, over went And get Hood's
half a domen houses to one side of u, A d g oo
and kerplan': broke off some venerable And only Hood's.
tr After the typhoon owae the
f6os, and the old Pasig covered the .I_ Map
adjacent country. The water concealed
the road to theuptownclubatNagtajan' AN EASY WALK INTO MANILA.
under a depth of several feqt, and one
could without difficulty row into the Uwai l 0 er bus TIeps Witb It as
billiard room or play water polo in the otml l ol to D ta*r.
bowling alley. Two of my friends were An American naval dcer who re-
nearly drowned by trying todrive when eantly arrived from Manllaon theza r
they should have swum or gone by gives tbe following story of the captrwe:
boat. The pony walked off with their "The Americans practically walked
carriage into a ricefeld in the dark- Into Manila on Saturday. Any stosy of
ness and was drowned in more than the Spaniards making a desperate e-
eight feet of water. sistancc is untrue. Their defehi wa a
"For years now Spain has sent men mere iham, a formality. All operloMa
and gunboats down to Mindanao to were confined to the south side of the
wipe out the savages and bring the is. city. There the Spaniards had twoliJne
land under complete tabjection, but of defenses, the first a trench running
without avail. Young boys from the parallel with Mhalate river. Behind thls
north have been drafted into native was the Malate fort, with a tren 1 rth
regiments to go aouth on this fatal in from oe sie ide down to the beah.
errand. The prisons of Manila have Asaldbat in ztthmncmentextended *=m
been emptied and the convicts, armed the other aside into the shrubbery. The
with bolos or meat choppers, have fol- American trenches on the other side of
lowed their more righteous brethren the river were parallel withe Spain
to the front. Well trained native troops l ab. After the sbips, had sbellAd the
have gone there. Spanish troops have trenches and the fort l,,r half uu hour,
gone. Officers have tried it, but to no almost knocking them to pieces, GMe-
end. If In the storming of some Morro erl Anderson signaled to cease ring.
stronghold a dozen miles beck inland "The troops theu waded across the
from the beach the convictsain the front river, walked up the beach as if goinv
rank were out to pieces by the enemy, I.to dinner,. meeting practically no oppo.
it was of no importance. If the drafted sitiou and took the first trench. The
youths were slaughtered, there were paniard retired into the second line.
more at home. If the native troops The hbipt shelld this fcr a quarter of
failed to carry the charge, things began an hour more. The Spaniards did little
to look serious But if the Spunish shooting, and then retired into the
companies were touched it was time to walled city, while the Americans walk.
fle ed on into the fort and the ecoond
"Such have been the tactics in this trenches. A few minutes later a white
great graveyard, and where the Morro flag was raised, and the fleet moved
lost the day fever stepped in and won. over toward the old city. The Ameri.
The towns along the coast are Spain's, can troops arched on, leaving squads
but the interior still swarms with mv. here aud there along the route, When
ages, who ae there to dispute her ad. the ships reached the city, they found
vance and are daily tramping over the lunJUch waiting with a white flag
graves of many of her soldiers" rained. All was over."-New York
At the conclusion of this book tit Journal.
author Mys: Comrades of the Kloadlke.
"I am glad to have been here these Have you, too, banged at the Chilkoot.
two years nearly, but it is time to That storm locked Kate to the golden door
thicken up one's blood again in cooler These thunder built steelMhavewords bait to
climes, and I feel these fair islands are t,her you prayed or whether yo
no place for the permanent residee eto ,t wore
an American. We seem to be like Ab 'Twere one where It seemed that an
out of water here in the far east a nds oath were a prayer-
few in numbers. The Englishman ad Seemed that God wouldn't eam,
the Germn are everywhere, and why Se tat d wa't theel
shouldn't they be? Their home roosts ,ave you, too, climbed to the Klondikel
east talkedam at friend to the five bIen
are too mall for them ,to perch upou, I atrale
and they are born with the instinct to With mucklno shoon and with tolapike
fly from their nests to some foreil,i I Has bared gray head to the golden bare-
laud. But America la so big that we Those heaven built bars-whoe mornag
ought not to feel called upon to swelter East drunk with maiden morn
in the tropinm amid the fevers and the F.rom Klondlke's golden horn?
ferns, and I for one am content to 'keep fnet read, low voted, by the north lights
off the grams' of these distant foreign such ermonm as ever man sayt
oolonies."-New York World. uast ast and sat with the midnishte
That alt and that sit *ls day?
condItlomeas t surrender. aest hard the ieberg's boom an towtl
HaRt eeard the slenes, the room,1
General M ristt Saturday cabled the The lory of God, tbs gloom?
war department the terms of capisnals. o to My snad my oder-
tion of Manila. There was considers Ayen come tp my heart, and tostl
ble difference of opinion as to the exat ttt er urad'r or bolder
meaning of the conditions, but Wasn auBar aer taint to the tray,
iton officials onstred the lagan,;e And whether ye preyed er
to embrace all Spanish potsseslon in Toi aTe the beat-sad est-
the Phillppine. That ever brave man dartl
Cable to Mantil deepened. ,,Jcequin Miller n la n Frantsoo muames
The cable to Manila wal reopened Vets aso In a minmi lAS.
8aurdy and General Merritt in o e nla the midst of the heavy rai which
of the Arst memage se t over the line, fell the other morning groups of the
announced the arrival there of two more street boy in a working classdistrict c
iansports with United States troops. Paris organized a mimic fight betwe,
Oeursafulatet by MeJaey. themi elvea, ome representingAl A
P oent McKiyonley Sa t and othrm SpaniM d
Admtal Dewey andl ea tt Was conducted in a mild Im-n-r 9r
his and th ation'so c ion$ame time, olyfly t and sticks h i ng
pso their capture of us-' e Wd, but as the combatant bome asa- ,
ai ecp t-e a p clted they attacked me anoth e In 1
tran fIm very serious manner A barrioAfi WaM
The tt r wfwMab l erected by a the sao caled Spaniar-. w1
MIerriam aeau began to ir voleys of aoenes ait
(epmai mh* Se. leans / A few pistol ahota were ala
The pidest Meday p me apt heard, ad at la the polae tt
tlalO.erietL mt t i- l was tle to linterfaa. Adesmaeri &'
Maiue by advMene blefUb mBmbefer the youths w both sidewak w s
'*-trsetiaMy hemila," iuemly maied.-im d-Lodon Tel i ,

The e-w-eaey cithe 'oe... ...ied .. *.. f.e
oday that Spanish wlutli Ms i a Ca sCe Minseeri's es.ntrI t.uMa
terModayd and eTirf t lk- age -U us? Is l,00 %00l O Illt hdB .d
basse fbesly a ied lead each w1.ek
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NEWS OiTd& STATE


Florida News Culled For The

Times-Herald Readers.


Some of the MOre Im-
porant Events.


In DeSoto county oranges are being
bought on the ir,, for $1 70 a hnx. and
grapefruit for V:l
Malariou is devoid of blMer taste.
Cures chills and i.ver; nc,- in the I v, r
and regulates thi: tin enerniPv. .1
druggistas.
The clav road hetwe, n Oilandolo an
Sanford has hein completed. e ving the
people of that secti. n a l tt ca' public
roadil, twenty-two mils fiir, !n.leiween
the two places.
Malarion with Mailarlon Tlhallh .-,nr
snteed cure for chills, fever and ,gile.
or money refunded. 50 cents. All
druggists.
The cas.ava fac'orv na Del.anlI h is
made its lifiet shipulanot f search. As
soon as the present crop of cassnva he
gins to be liharvested the factar'v will
stact up on rfu'l time.
The largest peacli oiclihanil 1i Flatilai
is located btwel \ tn I t inl anti Ilen-
woo( l. It Kiilitiiia i- 12 lcies, waits etou
less than two'-earis ago, and is owned
by A. C. II11jities Co
Malarion is endorsed by best pivi-
cians and guaranteed to care chills, fe-
ver anld ague, All ,lru..zl-t-, ri from
Mottit-West liru- Co., St. Louis.


Colunbhil county' o-eliIhol boat l has
materially refuc-i ilihe ;4slait's of ils
teachers, a I rulel tihat f at y school
fall below *60 per c nt. of lihe to al en-
rollmen tin t]ie i llM hiv nlvetrag', it shall
btie closed.
E. 0 EAI'. & t Cs). will sell yoin
large load of Dry vine, A-hi o Oak
Wood lto atv Ipart of the city for l1
When you ne.l oiiild call u:) 'iiiirone S.
Mrs. .1. E. Eniidr,sof I)l,Ianil,fo:tmer-
ly a reslilesit of Tainiville, is to oien a
pholographl gallery in DeLand. .She
has (lone a large amount of work foi
amateurs during thli past few y vars.anln
they pronounce h. r wuri lirist-class ini
every respect.

nomination of state oTlicers by piiima-
ries at tie state contveution were Baker,
Citrus, Colunmbia, D)eSoto, Iiolnmes,
Jackson, Jefferson, Lafayette, Levy,
Pasco, Sumter, and Suwainee. The mi-
nority vote of 7T,) may be taken to be
the full strength of ex Senator Ca'l,who
1 precipitated the ftiht on the resolution.
If '-oun can't work well in hot weath-
take Priokly Ash Bitters. It regu-
lates the Important organs of the body
and fortifies the asstein to resist the en-
ervating influence of summer heat.
Bold by Aokermun & Stewart.
G. T. Willis, of Crystal River, has
used a recipe of his own for the destruc
tion of cut worms for the past twenty
years, and pronounces it most success.
ful. He says: "Use common copperas


pulverized and sprinkled broadcast over
the land, or mix with fertilizer, about
twenty pounds to the acre. A small
bit sprinkled on the bud of corn will
kill any worm working in the bud."
It is said there is every indication now
that Tampa will have an improved boat
service to Havana soon. The owners
of seve al vessels are being offered In-
ducements to go into the trade for the
purpose of ser ;ing the wholesale mer-
chants of that city entirely. The busi-.
ness men have taken hold of the matter
with a vim, and will make every move
thst is necessary. There is also ou foot
a movement to get a service from that
city to Pensacola. and owners of boats
sre benlg talked to on this point.
Backen's Arnca Sa've.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Brulise, Hores, Ulcers, Salt Rhoeum,
Fever Bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblsins, and all Bkin Eruptions,
and poetively, ures Piles, or no iay re-
quired. It is guaranteed to give per-
feet satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 235 suta per box. For sale by
Aekerman & Stewart.

Teachers' Examinations
A made much easier by taking The
Tablet Hem e8tudy Lessousin Common
1 Branches. bnmple lesson free. Ad
press, I. 1. HxxMs, Palatka, Fla.


Important to Mothers.
The mautiunetu',e,. -of Cas:orlitilsva
been comelle tto seLd hu Ire,.s cf

thousands of IdolliIa t fi.in .s,rz tlie
public with the signature of Ct s. II.
Iethtoher. This has Itsen u.te, st lat
by reason of plrat it county, ftlhig i j.
Castorla itraie mitrK. 'lhis. s..outiierfsl
Ingg isa crime not only ugalirt tI e pr.-
prietors of Ci,,s ,, Is, buI l gil oat the
growing getiert ion. 3 1.U. itoni',-i.lifnuld
be careful to s. that Oasto i. beurs
the signature of .. hae. 14. Plet-hior, if
they would g utdl l;hheal..i or theirs
*hlldren. Pa.-a.t-, and m.li-e itsn
particula, ought to oanrfully exatuine
the OMtoria aJvertl einents whicn
have been appearing In this palme, atui
to remember that the wr.iper ,A ever)
.ilt.e -.l 11 tut U rI i Jr ati l b tA I thie
fao-simile aiguaturo o: C .1s II. Fletohr
utter Ao s iiupervI.la i It Ise bee i
lauufactuLlr-Id ooltinuouily tjeo ovel
thirty years.-Phil t. Bul.et in.
Redemption Tax-Sale Distribution.
lie %iite ''lei'-iiii s li'han renilllltil lo
,he several couutis their proportion of
the receipts from the sale anld demi,.
iil o R13 .- d V ce litst'iIt' [ Iur' the
s.ill iot o1 ull i I hw.-:


\ I a 1 i .', 17
Baker, 84h
,,, ,llurd 1 71
,, .0 s aI 12 ;14
Si 11 ll;i 63

Calhouui
I l \tv.l 2441 Is.
I -'.olo :7.81
Dulde 1ii 4
i- rIta klini 1.l
Gadideu
H Illooro' ),) i
Hernando 79.W!)
Hamilton 50 32
lHolmes 7 4:1
Jackson 17 311
.Jcffernou 1.1s
ihberty i :3.27
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pleased to learn that there is at leas
i)ue deatlil idusee t, it sAtcucebtis
been able to cure )u ail ts stage, and
that is Catarrb. Hall's Caiarih Cu e is
the only positive cure kuown to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being the
'oiultiLUtiouai disease,rtoulres a consti-
tiUtlionl tretinent. IIall's C.tarrh Cure
is taken internally. nctinsg directly up-
on the blood anis mucous surfaces or
the system, ilherel)y destrollug the
foundation of thle disease, and giving
the patient strength by building up the
constitution andi assisting nature in do-
ing its woik. The proprietors have so
much confidence in itso'-uative powers,
tllat they offer One IIundred Dollars
for any case that it fails to cure. Send
list of testimonials.
Address, F. J. ClIIkNEY & Co., Tole.
d,i, O. L Sold by all Uruggisis, 75.
The Five Toasts.


Five prominent gt-ntlemen chanced
to meet in Loe Angelos, California-oue
a Russian, one a Turk, one a French,
man, one an Englishman, and the other
an American. They soon became fast
friend., and finally a e'zampeane sup.
per was proposed, at which each one
was to give a toast to his native coun-
try, the one giving the best toast to be
at no expense for the wine. Here are
the toasts given:
Russian-"Here's to the stars and
bars of Russia, that were never pulled
down."
Turk-"Here's to the moons of Tur-
key, whose wings were never clipped."
Frenchman-"Here's to the cook of
France, whose feathers were never
picked."
American-"Ilere's to the stars and
stripes of the U united States of America,
that never trailed in defeat."
Englishman-"Here's to the rooipin'
an I roarin' lion of Great Britain, that
tore down the stars and bars of Russia,
clipped the wings of turkey, picked the
feathers of France, and ran like hell
from the stars and stripes of thO Unit d
States of America."

Are You Golng to the Coast?
Those of our readers who are expect
"ig to spend a portion of the heated
term at the seaside will do well to in.
v\ stlgate the advantages to be found at
Coronado Beach,opposite New Smyesa.
At Coronado the olest bas faisig In
the country will be found, bathing le
unexcelled, and no prettier beach can
be found on the Atlantic coast. Itf you
anticipate g g away from home
during the summer, we would advise
yzu to writattW.H. Newell, proprietor
of the Sehllde Hotel, Coronado Ber ch,
for full particulars Postofce address,
New Smyrna, fla. Jul8t


Deaf and Dumb College Paculty.
The state board of eduta' iou hI n "i
lecteid Ihe follow lug faeult\ foir hi. t


suing term of the blind, deaf and Ilui.h
college at St. Augustine.
Rlev. Fred. PIsco, superintendent
Miss Candsce Z. udez. Mls8 ballie 1I
Mabry, and Hairy tReed, teachers' of itli
deaf.
Mary P. Hollainl. teacher of th lWilnd.
Fiorida- M. Walker, teacher (f u
groes.
A. L. Ken', techeli hf printlint enlI
superintend i t ot bove.
Mrs. A. L. Keuw, teauh. r of cooking.
L. G. Thompson, teacher' of curpel -
tering.
El zabeth scott,imatron.
Lorene Hines, suuerviser of a ils
Qharilote E. Eidtius, surrti,,-r of
nergro girls.
Lousa Towns, supervisor (itf tgi.,


Aunt Gruham, coI k.t
Mai Willianms, nssilfitit cook.
Nanisc flogan. luuudird.-s
Jane Br3yat, assistaut launilnts.
B. L. Cook, houre girl.
Mother's Care.
Mrs. l1 t z, of lBridgeport, Fl;i vw vt,
II W l itl i teld ill ,Jack-onvli'e, wwrul'i
like to tril f-iI one1 or two muoilhirns
iliilil.- 11. WI1l give lit l l tile u'el oi
,.ire uil ;i ov IV l ho rn le. lt Iti'Lolii li
itebs ( hi I iire 11 llu iL lot lhe Its-> :li]:1
;WO yVllr' 0.4 111' ilor1, 1h1:11 twm0.ivr.
'ti.l on i,- rite toi Mrs. Jul Ili nz.
1'; ii7 V illIl ~- 1? I i.t-,t J.cksolo \ l ]it,
"'l ridlit. j 2 i t 1 1i


keener vs. Time.
llavii2 Ai toCK of Watchl allt t. L, k
latelril! on hand, andl wishing t > lth..
ihe repair business, I will do worx Ili
llthe foilt wiih ;ow lricrle ulltil Stock i,
u~eti up: Watches and Clocks--mai.ii
-prn 7.'; c;ie ieane ,, 75c;ilnI eryC I i
"nU wiatchel, 10 to 15 cents. Have had
eleven years experience lu watch
iid lock 'utkiun. Give mi11 a call
and he ccouvinced


PErtltY Kv:ENI .:
When wear bi gins to exceed repir -
In your body you aie going tofal;sick.
The bInsB of it art: loss of flesh, pale
net', weakness, nervousness, etc. The
repair needed Is food. You thin-m you
eat enough. anu yet 30on feel that you
w- ar out more tissue, energy, no rve
force than your t'ooil makes ior to a.
Tlhrdifllicuity Is tnat you do not dl guest
enough. And thii is o serious it is
wortli sittlig down seriously to thin
about. If you can't digest what you
ear, take a few lose of Shaker ])iges-
tive Corjial. The efteot of It will b
to increased your fleshl and make )on
feel stronger. You won't fa:l slk
Proof i hat It is In control of your re
palrapparatus. It's easy eiongh t,.
t"ot this for yourself. TI'ake i few bo.
ties of Shaker Digestive Cordial.
At druggists, price 10 cents to $1 pe:
bottle.


Delay is dangerous-wtian you rave a
Cough or Cold, take PEEK'S PINE
rAR MYRUP at once; it will cure
quickly. Peek's Drug Store, Lamon
street opposite court house. *

The more careful a man is in buying
the more skeptical be is In selecting his
pants, the better we like it. He will
then more fully appreciate the SUCK.
SKIN BREECHES. He'll see at a
glance how carefully they are made.
When be puts his hands in the pockets
he'll find a printed guarantee which
says; "If not as represented your
money back. They couldn't be more-
they'll never be less."



Tutt's Pills

Care AN

UverI&.

Twenty Years Proof.
Tutt's Liver Pills keep the bow-
els in natural motion and cleanse
the system of all impurities An
absolute cure for sick headache,
dyspepsia, sour stomach, con-
stipation and kindred diseases.

"Can't do without them"
R. P. Smith, Chilesburg, Va.
writes I don't know how I could
do without them. I have had
Liver disease for over twenty
years. Am now entdely cured.

Tutt's Uver PII .


RUPTURE

fq ?r ;uers8? a omplai.t.
1 h il killi"-I 1 glllt i |lite it lt i lt'onl
i-,-1 -1' 1 i' 'ii' ii;l', altedl iii-ul rei ti will Ile
lid rl n ll.i5 1i e snfiliite ts wiil tmll si |ii.lupiit.
I'l1 ?1 ti're. ..IIl ttle If iI II treatiel lare
IIS. in tlls ; ii) I l l t i' i i s-ll llr'eC i tll.
'li-i-'s l ti li*'ists iI trtit- liislg is l'silt. li wiver,
Ith,, t h1iIu1 .4i -a.s t'l S.ai-r t, i iise l be w r c't It
int oily rema n theli lernia Itto, l nt i ,i omst
I'X SIi' i i Filt'',
_O,. iS T ill,1 .
As A I well knmwnuu miu-t lt tii hI- .i, ljatu'eS Ir
,als ii wlty asie list -atsfsi i ri t- t A ij wva5rer,
Oaftenu Ilu i viiore hiari tl it'"oI l, a l:(Is t'aillnu
I'lutiri,- ti r.-im n tilhe tlirtilA. 'I ii.i ;(, .ls i ifm
lssl' t p ar' e ll< rinilg 1r i1 ill-littling tirst oe-. or
lii i i withi lit il ihrely', thl el i](li(gerilsa tileir
ltr C' i-ues a t lii rImluae thie li:Avs triid l luwe-
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W.i:e it Is t tbeo.e ti- insy uilortunat.e being
wit -suitr often unsu IIi ected ait sin silence,
lia I W, xii.iil a ,ordsi.AIii1tails st ctcoin. uIi{d
i vxa .iuiiIie t free .r cihtrge. Weatl-io aree to
ti trust anid aollw patient to< wear sIt iir oin
we k.at the expiration ,f which lIlnt we will
l's ind hlli- IIin"eiy If i'll. riitnot satiaiic'toiry.
FTiUNG A TIIl'S -.
rn think abotuit it It e lit it Isonl. easy
ti thsmu who lrsnsughl iisiiler.tand lernlet.
Thlse are veral kinliiot i heriilatuid eatiha to
Im rdlu'edl anid retainedl with a trins fitted a,:.
c riding to its owni pecuilarlty. During ten
\earn ef practical experience In fitting trussesm
we hav e not tnind it s igre case that we could
nlt rtiain. l It 5sinotliit, Ii lito eiiovlncoid but
to comlini anisl 'ee.
'rHKIltE ARK OTHTl t TRI'SHES.
LMany of w 'ieih millght Ie gsodI i'f th'y otull
onlyi lie ailndetorit; Iuit exit'riilne prove. that
alsmu.t every ilisidual requies a dilfferent
I isped truis- noS Iesculiarity of our tru,s Is
thait Itcan bLt fitted to os ashlie,
(A TIO"r)N.
Bewere ol ihard rulisr truniea that aliiiot Iw
shaped without heating, ias thel mi1 nlot hold.


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THE TIMES-HERALD, FRIDAY, AUGUST 26.
SNEWS ITEMS T ofCrn. sun went down. ct VsN Did YoU Takeft
W I T .y:iHopegtim, by other men from the station. Caste's
I* ^3 TE RSELY PUT die huausw in tbee body was not recovered.
TERSELY P A A d ft t MoTvnooMrAyla., Aug. 1.--The
C(I* T-- 2 "c h ubb hand Demoeratic state executive committee
Happenings In, Various Parts ot O 'fj pftl1 U had adopted resolution sustaining the
I tv t appeal of 8yd Lyons and others from
the Country During a Week. lug down R f lomoft;Eu lS IO .
SA darling to ca for, a the action of the First district executive
I tho e baby to Io. committee in the matter of prescpibing
Thr h Di nd.qualaon for voters n the p through the winterP If so, we
AmsTrowi, Ala., Aug. 17.-A ing It was writ. I preaching primary, and directed the are sure It quieted your cough,
lill in Boath Anliston, opera by W. to that oongerssdonal committee to call another healed the rawness in your
A. obeson & Son, ha trned, o. oher sho d h primary election in the county to be throat, Increased your weight,
a ther wiltla earlLtotf l"Abw. ster be participated in by all legal voters who gave ou more color, and made
ATLaNT Aug. A eotrteo Spaled professed faith in the 4rinciples of the ou feel better In every way.
I Formation eand w a party and agreed to support the nom- ut perhaps our cough h3s
educate e but this nes of t convention. come back asin, or you are get-
foutdown one-rd lie sT cure pon rL ANTA, Aug. 1.-The onatitutiou tn a inle thin and pale.
NAs v Ag.. -T lepubli. arnthad prints a special from mSantiagho doe Cuba Then, why not continue the
cnWilier c ManJ clogr atisa j been light.'announcingte
Fourth district, as Lebanon, h 86mii aneyd more Ray's immune regiment, which left same helpful remedy right
O So tg fe hair lteills ated George H. Morgan fOr cgres. mankind vnnah several days ago. According through the summer? It will do
o proch of age and ha ve le to this dispatch, the outrages which you aS much good as when the
stin~a|g power. M ry A. 11.-The AeM bale o ed to rime have been committed in Santiago by weather is cold.
No maier bow barren the tree the new arop we mdved here superior to the Second and Fifth volunteer re- I persistent use wiH certainly
r Iand sold a t may t wt middle One the grandest mo ens which e na. iments .trpasa description. The two give you a better appetite and a
you cone s pect laves p a y lightened Science has discovered to relieve regiments, it is alleged, appeared to be stronger digestion.
there ath e-.h.weelyrop i a h motherhood from excessive suffering is the without control or discipline and broke i c y
ga h e ATAN, Pavorite Prescription" devised by Dr. ranks shortly after reaching the ofty, w k oa ad hea
smats ll.there is at ATLANTA 1 TbeweeklCop R. V. Pierce, chief consulting physician of rweak throat ind heal
So you need not worry out and wethe us Jtled, shows the Invalids' Hotel and Surgceal Institute, going from house to house, committing
the fali of your la, the that heavy ilrs'olanie all over the of Buffalo, N. Y. This wonderful "Pre. robbery, murder, rape and arson. your inflamed lungs.
threaten de arture aoyouth tate and are being badly dan t natural, healthy vitaire neon s. MONTOOMERY, Ala., Aug. 90.-Comn- will cure every cas
beauty. nd why? elastic vigor to the delicate organ spe missioner of Agriculture Culver, who Of consumption when
eaining if theI is. pr 4 CH&111xO 1 u I. -The- Tsth dis. cially concerned in motherhood renders ha just returned from the meeting of cure is possible.
the hair tri Republicans int codhetioa at n psres the coming of baby entirely n freeul the vice presidents of the Southern Cot. Don't be persuaded
Staunton have nominated Colonel R. T. from danger and almost free from pain. ton Growers' association, brings this to take something they say is just
Hubbard of Bucklughai county for The delig hted gratitude of Mrs. Pcurl i information regarding the prospects for as good.
songres. Walton, of Alvo, Ca Co.. Neb, will find the cotton crop in the south this year: All irugghtq, c. andt ,
SI-Colel an echo in the heart of every expectant Texa prospect is very ine and the in SCO' I & t WNE,wcheiat, N..
ATLANTA, Aug. 20.-Cohonel J. Troupe mother:TI
Taylor, longs prominent ligurein Ge r previouss to the birth of my child," write. dications are for a larger number of
ia, i ide at his residence hee. Walton I had no appetite. waick at y bales than ever before; Arkansas prs. -
ustnach. had headache, could not rest at night,)anAl
m AH I' 35 years hit wa.4 jurnalrinig c;;rk u; was completely worn out in ery way if pet nue; Louisiana, Mississippiand Al iu
e e menced to use i)r. ierce's Fatorte iPreriiion abama off from continuous rains a u
the state be ia te, and began to improve right away I u, tG g i ,', -)g u r
UNio uSpito Ala., Aug. .-T bottleofthgre median, n felt a rst; Georgia, outh Carolina, N
onvnton fr the Thrd eson At the time of ,o finemen I wa Carolina and Tennessee crop fine.
H Imort i I bor hut a little wlhilv and I ove it al! to tl'al PA LA T KA
Vonlgressional district of Alabama wa, reatmely--r airc >avorit General News Items.
eld here nd Hou. D. Clayonas Dr. Pierce's Pellets cure constipation. WAHNTON, Aug 20.-The presi
nuanlmously renominated. dent has appointed Charles Hays, Jr, a thIa freg idA
DECATUR. Ala., Aug. 17.-Hin. Sum postmaster at Eutaw, Ala.
Blackwell has withdrawn lrom the race CHARLOTTE, N. 0., Aug. 22.-Great WASHIsmTON, Aug. 22.-The Manilu Itravel betweM
for congresI in the Eighthtdistrict. damage has resulted from the heavy cable was repaired and operated by the
Villt bmeginstolgrheandll thie, leevem Geleral Josep rAsM ine this section to crop, county signal corpsof the United Statesamy N w Y ork
ity. The hair ceases to come elear field and he will be re elected. bridges and railroads. Between Char-
out: It begins to grow: nd te Bo India, Aug18-Thbu- N ow York:.
glory of your youth is restored TAA. Fla., Aug. l .-Ai attempt lotte and Concord there are two serious booe plague is again epidemic. There
to youa. has been made to a lssamittste Rober: washouts on the Southern, in one of were 18 deaths officially reported la.t
we have a book on the Hair Bagpna, Second Georgia voliaters. In which is the wreck of a freight train. week oclly reported last
and its Diseases. It is free. defending himself Baguiln shot and The Southern's passenger trains north I A a a a
n t poaw fe. mortally wounded his negro assailant., and south are now going by way of aINDrEPDNCEt R o., 1 8.m-Tue H avani
It ou not obitain .lIeb ts James Jackson. Statesville. harn of Peter Roy, 10 miles north o0
t tri m the an t ofnthe Vigor, here, wu struck by lightning last night
Ethter ete about i t. b babl yr ATLANTA, Aug. 20. -The Second Geor- AMERICUS, Ga. Aug. 29. Officers Five sons, the oldest being 16, who were *'ae'l A q"
there I some dsaw& lt- with rry I len.
ert eystesm wi mar be .ally gi and First Maryland infantry regi- who went to the scene of the double sleeping in the mow, were burned to
.e1. oAT. Le.ss, as. meats passed through the city this murder and lynching near Friendship, death. aot onvill-
morning exroute ftrin Tampa, Fla.. to in this county, taking bloodhounds with WAS0INGOTO, Aug. 19.-United StatIl
Huntsville, Ala., where they were dr- which to chase the slayer of Mrs. Mary Miniter Hun ter of Guatemala cables
Je PAN COLUMBUta Ga., Aug. 17.-A marble returned, the murderer, Hamp Hollis., thetatdertf en hatGeneralMo Ta pa and
pillar is to be placed st that point mo having been caught and lynohed aly- tured in cave on Wednesday and died K e W
Syehe at g Chattahoochee river where, 1l eeral. hours before they reached l. on his way to prison at Ban Sebamiau
Seetry"r Rrp sto'k; s el r sseer nte of the tragedy. SAAMENTO, Aug. 18. Governor Ral
t'hewR N c mIth Mtiver to make hs celebrated litNnM. Ala., Aug. 17.-S., Budd has commuted the sentence of sIway.l
Su'PloulTORli:st, Capsulesof Ointment and two McC-iloch. aged 22, has surrendered lI John Corbett, who has been serving a
boxes of (i)itinm,t. Anever-failing cure for Piles COMUMBiA, 8. C., Aug. 17.-The war the iKalice here, saying that he is a ei five years' sentence at San Quentin for
wirl there aine, 'h.i inf a oper tax relating to stamp. o epres bills serter from the Uuited States army. H. burglary. His term would have ex.
in death unneceo.ary. hy eture this terrible of lading has been settled for this state says that he was a member of Rooe- paired next Thursday. He is a brother BInt
lisot. NoCure No Pa'. rc.anduaboa, sco far as the railroad commissioners are velt's rough riders and deserted on Aug of James Corbett, the pugilist. mouth
$5. Sent bymail. Saml. s free concerned. They have roled that the 5at Tampa. McCulloch says that he WA tixoToN, Aug. 10.-The war (, Line
OINTMENT, 2. isa4d 0.. express companies must pay this tax. enlisted at anta Fe, N. M., and wa l partment authorities are not ntri ,l neru
CONSTIPATION :,,...t;.uivert,.the Oovi atoN, Go., Aug. 17. John with that t of Roosevelt'* regiment about yellow fever among the troops 1 Ir ghrOtSg
eat LIVER ad ST AT Powell, a negro, is ust head of the which was ft at Tampa. the United States, but a close watl the
to takc: peallyadapted lur chdildren'suse. dogs in a chase for life, occasioned by fsMINGoAM, Ala., Aug. 18.- Ala. Isbeingkept at all pointswherethre
life., b y,, .rnNaHAM. Ala..... bei kept .t all polite where h err F-0rl
Li..e52s ces. his felonionus assault upon the daughter bana Iron operators have already this is the least danger. The three cases 14 -
eF E.- iaf ratS o or ittlrePels wi} ofe J. W. Wagner, a respectable farmer* month sold more lron than in anymon;b Key West are the only one reported iii
Nonrnc-TH,, a .-.NuI wassn JarAmAs Pita There will be a lynching if the negro is of this year. The sales aggregate ovwo the sourb and no additional ca-es have
tua tr ash only by caught. 100,000 tons, and inquiries are still iw been reported It the last three or otur'
ACKERM tN& STEWART SavAutNa, Aug. 28.-TheM8oth End tive. Southern iron prices have kept days.
hotel on TybMe island, the Oaino and pace with the advance in the north, and .
iour cottages bunsed down at 4 o'look southern pig is now selling for 25 eteiss for
M Tthis morning. They caught from an advance, but very little can be gnttuou
Slectrio win. The hotel had jut closed at hat, the furnaces being so!d aheAd i riketes
its third successful season andwill be for several months. T .
M ILLIN ER Y rebuilt in time for net summer. DrCATTUR, Ala, Aug. 18.-Deput le
MiLLaDoevill. Ga., Aug. 10.-The have capterel a gang of counterleiters
And Fancy Goods. dil gun" of the *tte Denamocratie oam- who have been operating In this ectio.n rite the General
Spaig was fired here today when Col. for ,oine time, and had flooded Docatur
Has In 'clock an1 elegant and diversi- onel Allen D. Oandler and Hon. Flem. with "queer" coin, mostly quarter dol-
tied line otf al liood pettating to ing G. d4Bignoa spokl an she issue of lar stamijed lb61. The leader of the Agent for Infe-mdhs
the Millinervy lsiness. the day. A large crowd was premmeat gag, Albert Larson, with his pals,
Expeegi-Ite 1 No thorn Trimmer in Both entlemen r0eted olose attention went under the guise of flshemaen. .u. Lff
ch.iare of Trianmtf Ime.,irtmiroat. and were liberally appklaed. Their plant and tools, with several hu.n-
.TAMI'D 1ll EN a;uOlO)s and EM- AetLArl, Aug. 19.-John. aR Red- ared new scins, were captured about I
B{O[I)EII1E[) sI,K-. wine, a money lender and capitlest, upptheTennesseeriver in a cabin
RHAvInD .a..a:,-etit. .nev for the has failed tee fo 0.100 His assms are Avu .TrA, O., Aug. Sb-A nique. JACKSONVILLE.
BUTTERI."K PATT -RN-4. I am now eatimtted at O.fU0,0. He left the city business enterprise is taking shape in / ( ,
prep d re dl all..rhri for this ctle several days ago and went to Nerth Augusta. The company therefore has
rated pattern. Carolnalto gas his h health. trsulg form&. A steamer is to be pur- I ,lee be placedont u her',
rar wpa tt opra e CaroinagtohinglatowortbI ll weeh 0vid ii.
C11 or watio -me for Fhiblon the work of straightebaing out the affairs hased and made aintoa floatiang general stor. wy o sli suma tel amit
abelt KATE L LUCAS. formerly eoudooted by him to friends, store to ply the river and trade between ot other twehildt, hea than she did
CHATTANOOA A A Augsta and Savaguinah. The plan ln isAhottlae 'Motr'sp rie' Iitis a l
bar estle a ledothers prei Itisa u ileat a4
yuAD sArrChoA n at. at .-A tro m a" h ot fluo ti ap as either bank, but keep in s tonueetfag tobecomeamother," S



cusly, t tot bamaly, six othes. After ATLANTA, Aug. 51.-Orders have been Friend.,' This snccesssfAl remiedT is anat
T r dos*fhe edlosion tei Plant w d d st out o t depr nt of othen temnyInterna ecin s

NEW FIRM by fie gu n mngto removi-n'g etsed., to do a
11 e~r r .ttanoogn Powderecomlany, as OoltIew Aot ed esbates uoo


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Li ard. July as r ite ald ande o w eel. se ef tatosev eashe theo
BUackuut ii l it vac thealeys ertheter, .Ae ALNT yo feradn. i scovereOde O b s sand trhe ed, t ,
Wh(aelwriMherlupo d he e t wasrsponsbl et for t he acn cie ie A BICYCLB ACCIDENT.
wordy onn*.thln the pudswayi d ood f bys government I n removitu gshte so mu tee or a oise of exbisto., or bei.n ove r
e re i r i ta p prepare to die ene" Bd ois t the m witht only oento theimMw ino ee ni eae cowh m bh th ul d aOa he

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MARIrTTA, Ga., Aug. 8.
If the editor thinks his readers will
are for such a dubsh, I will serve up
some north Georgia hash for their de-
lootation. Perhaps. though, they siay
be like our landlady here in objecting
to the term "bash," so we will borrow
from our national enemies, and call it
*"pleadino."
In the Brst place, do you suppose you
wouldever get tired of big, red-cheeked
Georgia peaches? I am not altogether
tired ot them, but really I have oon-
emned so many of them that I am really
Setting alarmed at the prospect of grow.
lung either "fuuy" externally, or quite
aton4.bearted within. (Now, that isn't
't a pun). I most sincerely hope I will
mot develop a complexion of gold and
erseson, like the 2lbertas. (Second in-
gredient). The whole feminine portion
bf this city was much excited and en-
',' thused last week over the organization
of a chapter of Daughters of the Con.
^rfederauy. One ot the laditee hunted up
a wonderful little romance about the
Sberta peach deriving Its glowing
cheeks from thbe blood of Conlfderate
soldiers whose veins yielded up the last
-su. stuait drops among these blls.
5 bom one suggested that eleven thou.-
and Union soldiers alo shed theirblood
ina the battles of this vicinity; but that
didn't seem to count. (It was not ex-
plalsed bow the Elbertas In other paris
oftestate obtal their ronge). If all
that gory irrigatot Wseot so far in the
p"stI should cortalay not feel nclineld
tal W another peach, but I ex[ t aIl
h. Ue g, a m -I"e ben spelled by the
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CONGRESSIONAL COMriflTEE.
Geogreaginst Dos Mt akes ef Ap0
-nlRM-to.
ThDetocrattic cougtrsoeional on-
vention, of thet eond ooogresslonal
dlatd t of Flo$da ialug ioofedrnid up-
on0 it(~o idty ad privilege of ueaWtL
lag thb xec ~iu oomltte, I have do
termined, as f'r as possible, to retain
the same counmittee which did suuh eif.
feotive workWor the Dtmooracy during
the last tesf. The duties of a commit-
teman are autnroibs and arduous, and
I aball'adhere to 0u) forn:er plant ofdi-
Svitdlig the labor amongst f lDfe naN-
ber of my party frieuds.
Two committeemen have hpon ap-
pointed from each county-makiitng 40-
and 12 have been stlected to formI the
oentrsl committee. The entire number
5-will constitute the general coin
mlitee. Very respectfully,
BOaT. W. DAVIS.
The foi'owing will custittuo the cen-
tral commlet!e :
E. S. Crill, B. H. Palmer, Minor 8
Jones, C. B. Rogers, F. I. Uienuvar,
V. B Ashley, J.T.Wills,S. F. Hanford.
J. N. C. Stockton, W. L. Palmer, R.A.
Burford, J. D. Calla *.
The following ate th. commintteeutnD
for the several couuntid who, with the
central commnittee,wih fi u. the genest i
district committee:
Alachua--l. M. Ti.lis, W. IIul.u
wiy.
Baker-'C F. Barber, DU H Rowe.
Bradford-ID. 11. lhthrds, W. T.
Weeks.
Breaid-W-.11.Sharip, D.L.Gauldcn.
Clay-F. C. Law, Geo. A. Chalker.
Columbtia-D. N. Cone, T. B. Oliver.
Dade-E. N. Dimick, W. S. Graham.
Duval-Rl. D. Knight, C. E. Garner.
Hamiltou-L.E.Roberson, C.F.Coue.
Lake-H. H. Duncan, It. McNamee,
Madisoa-.A. Livingstone. C. Davis.
Manon-F.E.lHarrl, T.D,Lancaster
Nassau-W. A. Hall, J. H. Jones.
Orange-J. N. Bradslhaw, E.W. Pe.n
body.
Otceola-C. A. Carson, J S Oliver.
Putnam-F. .. FearnDide,W. P. An.
A.erson.
St. Johns-L.W.Zim, C. F. Hopaina.
Sumter-WWm. Himes. J. Q. bmllh.
Suwanee-J .S.Whitte, .1. H,T. Bynum.
'o!usia-F, W, sBau, B. E. Preyatt.
--
Gained ten Pounds.
O'For about two }eard I suffered from
Indigestion. I could not hold out to do
a good day's work. Binuee taking three
bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla I have
gained ten pounds and can do a good
day's work. I do not hesitate to re-
commend Hood's Saraparilla as a
gooX medlcine."-C. P. Childers,Pled.
mount, B. C.
Hood's Pill's are the famous family
eatbartle. Easy to take, easy to oper-
O TH HLLS OF BO 1
FROIS THE HILLS OF GEORGIA.


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GLaXw atSots, 8 C Aug, 20.
Thi*e dts at d4iit mixture wa% te-
gul nearly t*o wees ago., Md rot vart.
ous reason wasnever fuisedl od now
even th, date lhas to be changed, lor
about a week ago I tcok llbt from the
litAte Georgi city and came to vtiut a
ibeg IlN9ia lu Ibit beautiful little health
report, uiestledmtuong thel Carolia kil ,.*.
L befaiu mi joutu n onu riday, which,
of ooirse, bruoulbt ume lnto trouble. I)
train wa l iate.eo [misse owntetou tioo Im
Atilaanta, tectsatltiug a wait o fouu
bouri. Then to $parteaburg, in tibis
state. where I ,aai mmisa connection
and had to spend their uaiht. Baut mee-
lag wih several old friend,schoo!mate,
made the time pass pleasao'ly.
kor several days'after my arrival, the
clouds wept copiously, so that I was
kep. a prisoner in the house. MV friend
lives aouut two miles out of town, aud
the roads being f *ebly worked", the
heavy rutus matte them, rather, bad in
the aiauer ut red mud. But onu riday,
the lOib, I had the pleasure of altteld-
Ing the oclil le-ulniiou ot Cutup Jackson
of Cuftdorute Veertnul, uni a vely
great pleaiua e it was, I assure ytu We
bad several add'easesa, music, and rect-
Lationu bty mnite charming ouuig ladies.
Southern |)*wple. as a rule, are all col-
dial und huspiiable, but it seems to ium
the people around Gilenu Sprlng are
remarkably so.
The e is it veiy laige hotel with a
ululi'e0 of detached ctgeitagii ucpable of
accommtiodaing some four hundred pten-
pile. Crowds of visitorL are constaittly
coming and going. The waters are std
to be verv benet cial; w.,rranted togitc
one a most alarmuin uppelite,I amu told.
I did nt)l coute for my health, so ana not
taking them regularly. Drives and
horseback rules fill In the days mot lde-
lightfuily, aud the evenings are spent ir.
games atul exchange of neighborly vis-
its. Alhugether, a most charming visit
is heing enjoyed by
IIUNTitESS.

Spot Cash for Moss.
Highest market price paid far Black
and Gray Moss by
JEFkERIES & STEARNS,
Fruitland, Florida.
Write us for information.


16 Lemon Street.


Palatka,' Florlda.


A-u FEARNSIDE I
Coto, Aug 25.
We hear thai Mr. 1)'tsenbury arrived
at hbi destination in good shape, but
somewhat tired. He hope that be will Headquarters For.
entirely recover au I aeturn,to us, as we
miass him much.
irse. C. T. Polter left yesterday for |
the north via Clyde line. This is to be -C
a surprise party to her many friends in 4
New York. Charles remains at home ( l-+entS u.FurmisJ
to do the cooking and attend to mattei-
in general. And T \ i-
Miss May Miller returned home tc- A--
day from a visit to Irlends In Satsuea.
Rev.Wm. Stones was In town yester.- LEMON STREET, PA


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ILATKA, FLA.


day. ,
List of Uncalled For Letters. The Epworth League service. s at theR
RemainhLg i the Postoffice at Pa- M. E. cnarch last tbbath evening were W A i D A Y
latka, Fla., for the week ending August ably conducted by M is Libble Haight.
24, 1898: After the League service, Rev. Mr. .. WHOLESALE ...
OGNTS LIST, Miller gave us a good hrnlon. Q.
Brown, J C Nelson, Niler Grain, Flour, M eal, Grits,
Brown, Levi O'Farrel, James A Palatka Enterprise.

Gardner, H W Wilsan, Walter J strucLed in this city, by juust be e a XXt
flerrendon, M J Kinsler, Wm turned out by G. W. ml, of thai P. Aj1 eXlT
LADIMs' LIUT. latka maohine shope4lt was built for Bradley Fertilizer Co.,
Brown, Mrs U L Steven, Nellihe Capta n Cone for th stestafm Boenie W illiams & Clark Fertilizer Co.,
Brow Mrs JOC Wilson, Anaer which is being built a Boyfe ship. Ray& FIckett Schooner Line,
May, Dmma Winters, Cila yard to run between Palatka and Plo.- (delliag from New York to Palatka Direct.)
.ter, w anl.e Wlliforke,M otillie atse. The.engine ishnows a steeple PALATK FLORIDA'
Salow Ky, Ane compound. o 84 b powri
Personsecall eting for the above letters eompend s of 84 hoes power, with ,__,_ _.. .
will please say "A'~aa1uMI"s cylinders 6x6 and6llitNies, and was
D. M. KinT. P. M. designed by Mr. Lm PETITION FOR LICENSE,
Pdlatka Bel. House Party Rtatins. To TXs HoxONaARLi BhOA or CrMTY Cooxi6nuoxNIU, rPUTAM COUNTY
T wllight--th aky yet showln gO n Tuesday the ho ms party, 0Orlee-lm) Onisu :
Twilight-theskyyetsowingl OnTsd hehoser Wte tie tnned voters of Precinct No. fourteen (14) respectfully request
'Trces ot vanished day; Ing of Mrs. Geo. E.Welch auddaulher ve rou fioonoe body to gmat *a o Thoee, M. Ray, ageut, license to selil Ales.
&U11 in Ie west were glowing Belle, Mrs. L. U. Cltoo, Mes. Parker Winre and Spiriftous Liquors o d 1MAooet No. 14, for the year commencing
Wonderful colors atey. A. Smith and daughter Louls, ad the Octocer let, ld06 a ending Septmber 80th, 1890:
But y rou the fa ght Misses Moragae. that hve been hng NAME. WITNESSES.
But Aney through the fedslyht ,such a god time for week or two A Js .......................................... D.L.Haddock WSNugnt
The bolderdtefrpilotthecengbhost, Welaks, returned home looting all the ............................ J.o.
And "on.. t f s b o.............................,........ T. 0 J B t,
And soon the amu Sealds will blossom better for the outing. ....... ....................
bright, WHi ...... .......... ...................... a ts
When the last trdee of day as lost. BabyCarriaae all kind .:: .: ::.:
tNow lght begins,--ad ponds why .........." w
We love this hoar-my thought and I. Tinware at a CtOn, ..... ..............................
Clothing, Dry Goods,.. ....... ................ Zll=, k
We bhr the wild fowls distat cry, CO. Dry ............D........... ; a
The fight of rapid wilng close by Hats, Shoes and Every :: ::: ::::
They fade alike-nor In their wake thin at autin prices, .. .................****--....... w l
Leave hint or sign of path they take. yards Yellow Home ....................................... ts
From far away a tremulous sound is spun for $1. All at ........
borne.TIIt
b or e B- Z ......I........................ i TM
A voice sent out to space and night; The Racket Store. sTATE o0 r aM .A,
Nowlost,nowfalnt, now near, t wells, Cou.. r or PUTRAM.
This pean of P[slatta bells. SPECIAL MASTR'S 8AB Peponoy e before me Thomas M. Ray agent, who, being Aret duly
SPEIAtOL pedlbetruth, doposesa n s that be1 the appllast mtentioned
As one on hear amid the Alps the heorn, TXD R AND 37 or 5a ve ft hatseach&oti every natse or st v4 rethereto
Winding to tale below from somd rar cJr i rlp of I J < wasN mo$ In t PvDIpoM sa Ift itwo creditabie witneMe, nil thUt ach md
height. d se_ very name or a*rkt nased to Mid petluon or apphctllon, was the et and deed
,,u-,,, e of the peno ptporlIkt Nro the same, and that there was no fra d,bribery
M n *or decept, n I i, g s c anre,- or names; ad that all such signatures
M Ch or mee WMWe obd he a Atoer Jane o4 6a and a aeordanes with the revision
T ,e, a m. di ,,o. 1 BOeiN, satle d now.
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Grain, G3ts, Building Material,

Flour, eS, Orange Boxes,

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tiry,Fd ant "t *s, Wao0n Reposhori.
AGENTS: The Standard l Company,
AGENTS : Walter A. Wood's Mowing and Reaping Machines.
PALATKA, FLORIDA.

WALTE THOMAS,

.......WEOOUSBAL AIL DXALnE IN......

Groceries, Crookery, China,

Glasswoak, Tinware,

Wood and Willow Ware,

P-aper and Paper Bags


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