THE TIMES HERALD
BR IEF A RTEB N W.S.NUIBNTPASABSAWAY. dRIEr PNCIUN L SS. TORM OFFPP THEBOBORWA COAST. g
NOTES. PowD-t.P erLees tp Property- Steamier
"r iy Morning. town this wLk. Bulall and Other Boats Wrecked.
Paragraphs of Local and Per- T.he city washooked Satarday morn Hon. W. Williams, of auttlad, Oe the most se o is that
Igonal Intere tg at the report that Ptaotorgrapber spent Toieday In town. halvisited the as uth Atntlanion earboar
' sonal Interest.t sn tn, brpndn ooke on the Georgita cat
WilliamSL.Nealt t bad been found dead Mr. H. 0. White is spending some Tuesday night of this week. At one
-- in his gallery. HeB Men on he time in North Carolia. time the velolty 6f the Wind reached
Short, Snappy Stories About Matters streets at about 9 o'cdok the previous Mor owler returned turdy fom eihty mile an hour. The damage to d
I Palata nd PutamCoun- eve g, upped that hba professional trip to DeLaid. property in Savannah alone will amount
ty, for Busy Readers. death took piece about'S o'clock a. m. tl
His boorBdy wuasfod upon the door in The wheelmen will hold a meetint to to nearly half a million dollars. While
such a poelion a would indicate that night at the council chamber. o lives are reported lost, nearly a bun.
ded buildings were wholly or partially
The Tilghmou Sbingle Company are much sufferlngandagreattrnggle too Mrs. C.J. arrett returned 8atuiday unrooted and otherwise damaged. In
msklbtg preparations to put'their mill on place before death. from a two weeks' visit at the:ooat. this list are the FirSt Bapust church,
full time, running .lght and day,with a A coroner's jury was empaneled as G. E. Gillett, one of Interlachen's the Savannah theater. Lutheran, First
full force. Large orders for their ex. follows: H. (. Loomis, John Bqal, F- prominent clis, was in the city on and Independent Presbyterian, and St.
Miss Lucile Crutchfileld turned last and 3. H. Bills, and their verdict was.,ic1
cellent shimgles necessitate this move. E. Davis, W. C. Moore, H M. Moody, TuesdaV. Johns Episcopal chuicbes. On thews
LTuesday from a mouth's vlt other "deatbreountlngfrum alcohoilepoison.* W. H. Davis, son of P. E. Davis,went ter the damage is much greater Ihan on .
Tuesday from month'. L isit Cor her death Mr. Nulnt w br Philadelphia to St. Petersburg Monday to accept a the land. Some twenty or more naph.
sister, Mrs. H. L. Hillier, at Corntal. Mr. Nugent was born in Philadelphia position. thaslaunches or yachts.and a large num. These Troublesome Hyacilaths.
Mrs. Hillier and child accompanied her about 6 years ago, but the last fifteen poiti ber of small schooner yactsand loopae weree Toub om y t.
to Palatka, and will spend some time years he baa been a resident of Palatka, Dr. Seen is repairing the cement sunk. The steamers Alpha and Do. be myo rue rtesn eloinln me
here where he hu been engaged In the pho- sidewalk in front of his property on netta went ashore, as Adl also several your ctes in allowing e
Mrs tographlc busnluess. He was a very en. Lemon street. ocean sailing vessels. The steamer ay l something about the water hto-
wetMrs. arto Jckoin Grifin Wednesday. Mshn, terprising man, kind and jovial in his Mrs. Sellars, who has keeping a Io. Enlalia broke from her moorings and cloths that again obstruct the St. Johns
went io Jckionvlled thned. seMrveral disposition. He was a member of the tion store on Lemon street, has moved sank near Wilmington island Capt. river at this point. Much has already
Griflin will vista friendathere for several city Board of Aldermen in 18J7. He to Jacksonville. Lucas and wife and the crew were a" been sad and written on this subject,
da. and John expect t enter Ma- was a member of the order of Red Men saved. Ms. ucas ws thrown fro
sev's business college for a teau of sey- and also of the G. A. R., and the Palat. Charles E. lowton and family re- the wheel shoreward and was caughtas we aftre riv of the opinion t the prosall,
cral months. ka Veterans' Association. moved this week to their handsome new she fell in the water, and carried safely ene thilof th e plants alluded o, porteds
,.ast Monday the railroad depot was Deceased leaves a devoted wife, who home in the hammock. to land. The revenue steamer Tybee more of ill than of good. Asto the idea,
S entered while Mr. Ralford was at din- was in Philadelphia at the time of his Lebliu Jones, the popular mail clerk greatly assisted in saving life and prop- thattheyluruish food forstock, Ite fact
ner. and the sum of $15 abstracted. death, bhe was telegraphed the sad on the Florida Southern, is suffering arty. The cottages and hotels on the is they are about as beneficial in that
The thief or thieves,whoentered by one intelligence, and immediately started with a bad bull on hi knee. Islands were badly damaged. The rail. line, Mare watermelons to man. Asto
of the winilows, have not been traced, on her sad journey, reaching here ina roads suffered considerable by washouts their value as a fertilizer, they can be
-San Mateo Item. time to see the lat ad rites perfo md B cle riders wil hereafter oe com- A North Carolina regiment was on one used as a mulch on sandy, dry land, but
for her late husband. polled to comruy with the ordinances of the Islands andt had a hard time of it. if we consider the labor and time ex-
Mis Burnett,ofGainesville,whohae The funeral took place Monday morn- relating to belle and lamps. The ricu and cotton crops are badly peuJdd, we may reaouabli conclude
been f pendini several weeks with her ig at 10 o'clock from the Cat.bolic Sheriff Hagan and family have re. damaged, but the extent cauuot it be that it were much better for the farmer
friend Mis Mitchell, expects to return church, conducted by Fathtr (/Brien. turned from Ormond, where they have learned, to plant cow peas to make shade, feed, '
home in a few days, much to the regret he Veterans of the Blue apd Gral to- been spending the summer. The storm is supposed to have ex- and mulch. And to say ihst the water
of the many friends she has made dur with a large number of friends, The tug fearless bright down a tended ou to se, and grave fers are hyacinth are disappearn, why where
ing her stay in Palatka. escorted the remains. The pall-bearere lighterloadof naval stores from up-river entertained for vessels off the coast. do the great field of them we have ste
"Uncle Mark" Gordon, the political were: S. J.' Kennerly, P. D. Lamb, points on Thursday of last week. List of Uncalled For Letters. these two weeks cone from ?
twin brother of the Senator from Ohio, Charies Kupperbusch, George L. Fox. n a It oe seem trin.nge that uu one h
who has been acting as chief engineer J. D, Points, A. E. Wattles. The in- John Smith (of snake-killing fme) RemalniLg the Poetofkce at a yet been found torepleseuttheaommOn
of locomotion In TiE T'I'MES-flEiRAL torment was in West View Cemetev. will leave in a few ys for a month' latka, Fla., for the week ending Auust people In this matt r, and so to plead
prees-.rom, has gone toCocoanut Grove The bereaved wife has the heartfelt visit to has old home in Cincinnati, 0. 31, 1898: their can e befo e the auorities at
for a couple of months, sympathy of the entire community in Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bowen, Bankn ht, Dr. Thns,' Aa ) aT to co Tvice them that
On Tuesday George Weller,the Lem. this dark hour of her affliction, on Sunday, August 28th, 1808, a son Glenn, A Thma'. Wi I there *,I (cxtsts an urgent necessity
on street grocer, had the misfortune to Mother and ch'ld getting along nicely. Ilarvey, C L Smiah, Firan W for relief from this uuisat cethat threast1
on btret grocer, had the misfortune to A Good Woman one. H expect to ogan, J W and, B ens to renr th river quite passable
have bohhins rleh )oats to get away.' Mrs. Elizabeth King, widow of the W. StrageJorf'an, Wi 2 Sennis, .J M aI. this ents for ati rowboats and some
an'd was the only food that seemed to ltawJohn King, died a her residence weeks with the family of Mr. Stance's Stephens. Elyot Wainwright, W (' of the smaller steamboats.
ree with the little one. on the Heights, early Wednesday morn father, at Lake City. Smith, T M Une ulS Iue flst u ings to be doce is
ree with the lle g, and was laid to re beside her de- LADIES' LIST. to rqure he railroad company to re-'
Rev. Thomas P. Hay, pa-tor of the parted husband in the Tamily vault on W. E. #)or, manager of Editoria at Cat roll. Mrs, Jane Mc Cray, Rachel or move ihe uciwulk of piling with the
Pre'bvterian church, will return from the premisesThurslay forenoon. Mrs Interlachen, has gone to Denver. Col l)ingle, Mrs F C sister string pieces that conntict them, from
his vacation this afternoon, and resume King was a native of England, having, to attend the meeting of the national Dlupree, Mrs Louis r'hompsnn, Sr under he bridgestbatotnpip the St,.fhol
regular services nex, Sunday. Morning been born in Halifax, Yorkshire. She editollal association, m a ton. Birdie W shn ton, Mas.G uer d repidge th.n with a
Misbsoru. Ida Wilson, Laura rivpr. and repltc e it, In with spaus Ocf,
service at 11 o'clock; evening set vice cIme to America when quite young, and Unwholisome meat is heing sold in Pierce, 8 A arches that will aitlw of the free pbve.
at 7:30; Sabbath school at 4 p. m. located at Newark, N. J. Some twelve Palatka. If the health officer happens Persons calling for the above letters' nent of the tide ujp or down the riv~r,l
Last Saturday afternoon while ears ago she and her husband came to to run up against the offender, it will will please say "ADvERTISUD." so ihat il maiy bear its burden la ti;..,
Lat Saturday afternoon while a col. Palatka and made this their home, and be something else. D. M. KintUY. P. M. direction, and evwt-ualiy lurunth a it
ored man was out rowing In a boat on here they livid mid pleasant surround- passage to the sea.
the river e got tangled up in a field of logs until the final message came call. harles Kupperbusch has just had a If you eat with-ut apple; e you n-ed Other thoughts upon this subject iL'
hyacinths and had to spend the entire ing each to their final home. Mrs. new root placed oS the rear end of his Prickly Ash Hitters. It promptly re- be submhited hereafter.
night to his flowery verdant surround- Kiag was nearly eighty years of age at residence. Also other improvements moveetmpurtiles that clog and impede Vox Popt
Ingp. During the next forenoon, Ihe the'time of her death. All through l'fe have been made. the action of the dIgestive organs, are-
tug Homer managed to get through to she has been noted for kindness of The tug Homer towed out the schoon- ates g oad appetite and digestion, An ExplaUtlo.
his assistance. heart add cha, iteble disposition, and er Nettle Floyd Saturday morning. She strength of body,and activ tyof balin. Ti. season far tue Kgrat popule -
Judge Longm the dispenserof Federal she will be missed by many not related carried a cargo of lumber from the Wil. Bold by Ackerman & Strew-.rt. of Hood' 8, traspaillli 1es In the '
patronage in Florida, is now to New by family ties. She was a member of son Cypress Comianv. Sampson in Trouble,. that Athmerdic eatr poiedilnI n re
York, and speaks encouragingly of the the Episcopal church and contributed Matter Albert Phillips returned Sat. William Sampson. colored, was at- American people have an abiding eo
prospects of the election of the epub- liberally towards its support and benev. urday from Summer Haven, where he rested at Iuterlachen Sunday, charged ldoanes its merits. They buy ad
can nominees of the Ocala convention olent work. has been spending the summer wilh his with forging his wife's name. He wa take It for simple as well as serious all.
They have no more chance of b being riend, Mter Judge Waltoo. brou o thi city by Deputy hcondent that it wUl do than
elected than a jack rabit has of being a Take a doje of Prikly Ash Bitters frend, Mtr Judge W n. Baker and given a eargty by Deputy he meats. eoo d nttt twill thm
road master on the Plant System. at night when you go to bed and you R.J. B.les is entertaining his mother Berto and t eal of $300 ba Hoo'P. re all r i
wl feel h0t and vigorous nex or Mrs. N. 0. Davis, and sisters er all iver I. Id
Our esteemed friend an scribe..C. It ur you a opoa and les, of Pla for a few w .- was remanded to jail to awat the next for by Hood Co,
Waldron, of Welak, was in to see ua healthy pasageofthebowels,improved Sunday's Times-Union and ltioen. term of circuit court. Ma.
Friday. He was en route to Cincinnati appetite and dligetion and increased o Mrs. C. B. Kendall went to New Deth of Colonel Bard's Sa., .
to attend the national encampment of energy of body and braln. The Order of MoodorpalM adlodge Mrs. B. y enday to end ome time The .d teien reached Ss W.. *
the G. A. It. He expected to make a Itbatshtimulatingdrinksb.cause In Palath Monday night, throu their Smyrnyestrdayto pen d soe time Thex. ne y of tehe dligencereathed inl f
stop at Marietta, Ga. Mr. Waldron reviving Inflaoence Is'natural, heoe supreme organizer, W. w. Bluoe.t M. cllti friends, and enoyling brhe ex. nesay of the death that morning f" k
has promised to furnish an account of permanent. M. Vicker was elected Worthy Moot, nt sund cooling breee od fer, or hale rd, so.
the encampment to THr TIM -HEK- Sold by Aekermn & Stewat. snd C. H. Wgg, secretary. tCorondo Beach. Col. Bard, t Nowalk, lora.
ALD. Mrs. Homer Ford and child, late of Teachers' Examination, promidsing young mano of our coust L I
Miss Benella Davenport, who as Sauntord, la the gues thbli week of Mrs. An examination of applicants for limited,which we regret, but wle b *h y ,
been rusticating at Cedar Key since the H. A. Gray. Mrs. Ford is eq route to teachers will be held In Palatka, on, h 'was a member of the nilttety
close of the summer normal, returned F r Missiasppi to join her husband, who Tuesday, september 6,186, to open t papy from thib county tow in OeU.S, ;.
to the city yesterday morning. She has accepted a lucrative rallroad post- 8 o'clock sharp. Applicants will pro. service. His deah has ased adeq i
took the afternoon tramin for her bome U tLAIIl uon in that state. vide themselves wiihpen,tnk,and Iegat sot~ow to rest upon the hoe ofa e.'
in Palatka, where she will spend a few Rot daey followed by cool nlights will ap paper before entering tented aud happy family. W- l pt "
days ere golig to Bartow, where she breed maulara nutb body that 't bluH. Brownin's Educational Theori will lane of THIu g Txg sHBAz ,
habeen alghed a proforship in Corner bulnus block of pronl ss or o tive Pr.ekly Ash Bitters is tbo the book examined from on theory ntanda tothe sorriw-.striBo en
Sunumerlin institute.-Uslnesvllie Sun. nent bulnes corner In Orlando. vy valuable at tbhs tiut for keepfisg and practice, to be had of B L.ellogs otg .
Among those who took in the big Palatka property preferred, the stoo eb, il td bowels wel r- Co., 68 9th st.. N. Y, or of vF. 0. M o. W.E. l et u1t I
military parade in Jacosonvlle Wedne- clear Chca lots. Mke obasr Stewast. T. W. RALP, t. I an .~ ee
day we noticed F. t. Fernd and Two8bp. N 5 e. t it
I*ford, Howard Trueman, Bert Coe- Other properties for eehange. cisa eed ih o
MMo'ngue, Misses Merrill Ion 'r o, P," d L iSD
t Wbtssdes, Dr. Guy Es.te,, B.J. ht ..., have y",. TONIC .
,B if 9 caser not pfASA mid^ ^ lpl|El cannotir ROYn 4 lISAfl y ^ ^^ '^ "^ ^ *
THE TIMES-HERALD. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2.
A I Stter Nervous SystIm.
FINALLY HART TROUBLE
II M B.L DWARD HARDY, the jolly man-
Ap er of lbeppard Co's. great store at
BracevillU, o II.. writes; "I had never
been aok a day in my liUf until InalM. I
ot so bad with nervous prostration that I
bad to give up and commence to doctor. I
S tied our local physicians and one nla Jollet
mutnone gave me any relief and I thought
I wee going to die. I became despondent
aud suffered untold agony. I could not eat,
sleep nor rest, and it seemed asu if I could
not exist. At the end of six months I wau
isducedtobutashadow of msel, and at
last my heart became affected avd I was
truly miserable. I took six or eight bottles
ef Dr. Miles' Nervine. It save me relief
from the start, and at last a care, the great-
est blessing of my life."
1. Dr. Miles' Remedies
are sold by all drug-
gists under a positive
guarantee, first bottle N Vn
benefits or money re-
funded. Book on dis-
asess of the heart and H S111
serves free. Address.*
DL. MILES MEDICAL 0O.. Elkhart, Ind.
THE A ofMe.
ORIBAT N* -
CH REMEPVproduces the above result
fl\ f delai Cupe iiN"WuDbuiiwy h1ofsaef
favmlte J'haiA Aie'somy. Slo|, all drai b a.nd
i sed by eir rs of )oitit. It wards of In
Wa od Consumption. Young Men rein Maeh
e Old Me, recover \iut>llul Vigo it
> O and ase to ebrunko origins, and at#
5 businessnr marriage. Eisily carried ,.
y-- oket. rice f TO tJ, 6 oxesil
i ain Pck. 9,F a fe, wit>
Bnmirantet DR. J I HOH e, ral
A(CKIE MAN & STE W.AIT,.
SM.0 M. GODWIN.
Vehicles of all Kinds
'llackselth Work. Horse Sheiln!
lxpemotI.ceut wor .i enti i e arge. '*tIsf, -
ond Street. opposite Court flouie.
S i E t 11 A I N, sT t, I
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1. 4 f~I bI I
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b ri lti. I.
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114 MtN 1so
Div e. If
ONE CENT BANQUET. Bld savia St MiMlli
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IEW YORK'S REMAL CM ARITYRE 'AU' .1 all, Bahit enough, tbo
RANT ON TIHE II0* 1= towI=00KoP.V. I .^ Wi B L. .
MA w a 6Won haowr t ang, am.tha n im
tn Is i nCheapes t vest-sep ad bsem s w Wie
.r OWe Dt to eM wCo a W rs To* World.,
Dg 3mmt DeeOM OMUs* M iwe lhew
Why go hngry when you a Man obetter. t t ta n tt of iao
your stomach for 1 coent Dehnelt, b d o m emslots to go toHavaaA to ar.
restaurant man, might add that queray magt ngfortshe o of bthe S penalh
to the other placards which ador: t the mop and the porl vioal govermmat
walls of most of his place, for he bee of Ca bs al poniblr be madse-New
provided the meal for 1 cent. As might York Wnd.i
be expected, Mr. Denett doesn't runA TETH
this place as he does his dairy lunhob- A
room He doesn't expect to make any F H* N p t**WAR -es sese -t i w "ei hee iasse
money out of it, and consequently mir.t I0 F TY A O fraBMelet aestille oeart4 oud i o set.
rors, tiled floors and white napery are ------- l All roeera xode oal t
lacking. But the food is. there, and the MoM Important Developments la I- PAi NN. oMp. P y w t ,
1,800 or so men who daily buy it can Etablishlng Place.
testify to Its stomach filling and life oht
This latest addition to New York's D wey Reports Manilta's A l e
queer system of lanctrooms, which oo. Admiral Dewey's o O =lal nnno9aN e .
copies the basement of the building at ant of the bombardment and e are-
89 Bowery, has only been open for a de of Manila we receive in Wash-
short time. There was no blowing of iiguo Wednesday. It read: **
trumpets, no big advertising when busi- "MMai surrendered Ag. 18 to the
ne wswu begun. The only thing done American land and naval forces after a
was the unlocking of the double doors combined attack. A division of the
of the basement and the putting in squadron shelled the fort and entrench. IOST EXOELLENt BEIVIOE OFFERED OUr OF FLORIL.
place of a big sign Iearing bold black ments at Malate, on the south side of
letters on a yellow background. These the city, driving back the enemy, our NORTH EAST W EST.
give the information that in the res- army advancing from that side at the 9
taurant a bowl of soup and bread and mune time.
butter or coffee and bread and butter "City surrendered about a o'clock, WXiOUw PVLLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS, DININGO CAS,
can be obtained for I cent. the Americana la being hoisted by THOROTOHRARE COACHES. VESTIBULED TRAINS.
It is not to be expected that there is Lieutenant Brumby (a Georgian).
any profit in selling soup and bread and About 7,000 prisoners were taken. The
butter for I cent, and so Mr. Dennett squadron had no casualties, none of the eWASHINGTON AND SOUTHWESTERN LIMITED."
makes no pretense of furnishing any. vessels were injured. ThI b Vestib)*d DrawtagRoom blBnteg Care between Tamps and New Tert.
thing ave food to his patrons. If it "On Aug. 7 General Merritt and I vi a ssoil v as Tanb anid Coumb.a., without change.
were not for the quality of this, the formally demanded thesurranderoftthe UNITED STATES FAST MAIL."
place would be one of the most dismal city, which the Spanish governor guns.- PangesDrawTaErFoomBtllifare betwee"JaoviesanwTe
in the city. It is na big, plain basement, eral refused." han rw om et iepn Crs betwe kalad New
with wcrn floors and soiled, dingy Davis on Peae, Commissatoa. mbradng Lynchburg, Charlottesville.
walls. The ceiling looks as though it Senator Cushman Davis, chairman of Washington. Baltimore and Philadelphia.
bad not been cleaud for years, and the senate committee on foreign rein- h n Dwl m S n r to M n..Atlt. ataoo
there is nothing about the place itself tion, Wednesday accepted the tender cumtaetaat il with sionsseseatio frotr Lievl d s n the lNorttwa
to make it attractive, of an appointment as a member of the
The tables, too, are of the crudest Spanish.American peace commission. Alo Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
kind. They consist simply of long 3rri tt Cables Wash.gton. Cincinnati, via Columbia and Asheville, Through the
boards laid over woodnu horses and Merritt Cabl.s Wuehiogtoi.
spotted with the drippings from the The war department received a dis "LAND OF THE SKY."
soup bowls and coffee cups. There are patch from General Merritt Thursday
no tablecloths, no napkins, no dishes, reporting the fall of Manila and giving
same tin cups. in which the hot food is details of the demand for surrender ad erOanf amsimteeaj t sc.theules eslepin ar reserves. eto, a .ly to
served. incidents preliminary to the tdu capl sp. NAT o. f its otnestions
The kitchen of the place is in keep. tare of the city.
ing -',th the accommodtious offered General Merritt estimated the Ameri- I, LA. IIM MAi, u he s Apt.. it West Bay Street. Jacksonville, 7iM
the patrons. It is at the front end of can killed and wounded at 50. ,. 0ULP. W. A. TURL 8. f. HARDWIO1,.
the basement, close by the stairs, and lustructlons to Mlerritt. 0% PagteAc D. *W P 'S.** k*
no attempt is made to cut it off from The war department sent General
the rent of the room. In fact, the an Merritt a dislaath Thursday giving him a y 1, 1&
who presides over it is chef, hetad wait. nmstructioun for the government of the
er, cashier and ift need be "bonucer" of Philippine islands, all of wilich, it was
the place, and it would not do for him announced, had been surrendered to
to be out of reauc of the tables. A America.
rough plank in front of him ii piled Our commander was ordered to re.
high with tin cups. These hold a pint qcire the insurgents and all others to
and are used for either soup or coffe. recognize the authority of the United
beneath the plunk is a big tin wash tate
boiler, in which the soup is kept, and
which when more heat is desired is n lpanish Commisl"sons Named.
placed upon the little stove, here the The Spanish government announced '
only dishwasher heats his water and on Thursday that Generals Blauco and "-'''
which a big boiler of coffee is constant- Castellanoc and Admiral Manterola had .
ly simmering. The stove is so close to been appointed commis sioters to acO s.
the manager chef that with cne hand with Americans in arranging for the .
.hae cit draw a cup of coffee, while with evacuation of Cuba and Generals Ml.
the other he picks up the three slices of cia, and Ortega and Adiuult Vallurino
buttered bread which go with it. This fur Purto Rico.
bread is stacked up so as to be easily Awlul Cr.nels ie Stmitlagto?
handled and is piled in a big basket be The Fifth infantry of regulars and
side the soup boiler. Twentieth Kansas volunteers were or. -
With only two articles of diet in the dered to Santiago Ade Cuue Thursday,
place aside from the bread there is no from which point news ot a d iquieting .1 '1
delay in serving a customer. Ibe man, nature had been received.
for no woman has yet eaten in the A special dispatch to an Atlanta p. I
place, usually shambles up to a board* per charged the Second and Fitth rekal-.
wlhro the pile of cups stand. Soup or mentsof immuneswith shocking crimes,
coffee is called for, as the choice may alleging that no discipline prevailed ,
be, but none is served until the custom said that the troops committed robbery,
er has produced and paid his cent. murder, rape and arson at will.
There is no credit given, and the cash- IM ti.g of the abinet.
ter takes no chances on atiny of the cune.
towers beating him out of a meal. Onoe The cabinet session Friday was brief.
he Las been paid thocustoner is waited The disbandment of the army and theRateA
Practice has enabled the chef to ac- York Saturday were the main points of r
complish this in the fewest possible discussion. As to tbo former, Secretary Finest t*sPre d Srt lre Mna Tras t-te 'a w -i .e 'aar ie .nd MNw ror
number of motions. With onue hand he Alger stated the details were being TheF'etaisormt dnpof the followingIlandsowman ewlttenelSaummersI aNI
receives the cent and toses it into an worked out anud considerable difficulty OMMANOIE new), A0 0NiQUI, IROQUO18. IIHEOiEE. 8EMINMLE
old cigar box. At the same time with was being experienced in electing the uUI TM-g.W<1'II.
the other hand he seizes a cup from regiments to be put on the mustering Btners are applied to s ai wording tol tbe tide.
those piled in front of him and fills it out list, but he expected the matter PvromnJACKaioNVILLB LA.,(oalllgat Charleston)Sedays Tuesdtays a'' hursdays.
with coffee or soup, as the case may be. would be in shape for the is.u. From ARLU.sl.'o, -k. eM tys.Womlasda tad r pe.
amF can Por our otml nang.fte'1010 LIoni lo orsu Jacksonvili and harlestet aily pasl.1
Then with the ame *iud with which ance in a few days of the neeoseary or- pMOt iw.WoP nw .
the money was received one of the d(er1s 4LaM7e Asltpldot to to I%?t asr. at dRiver. N ew Yort. antp.m., u fonlowa
stacks of three slices of bread is picked floeralo Wheolr Ina Charge. For JAC MVIL jL. L ..(iiad tat .Wts_) 5o Weda i d Fridays
up and handed to the customer. The general Joseph Wheler Friday far.
whole thing is done in less than half a mally assumed command of amp Wa ll lyde eOW Engltnd and onhhern Lines--Frir ei h: Only
nmiunte and the manager insist that if of ,at Monsaak Point, L. L Coan st a tCh me, s.eC. .,tb way )
a rush made it necessary he could make quemtin u Ver the Peace Board. STEAMERN A' POINTLD TO IAIL AS FOLLOWS :
chan snd wait on ds. Th e keepr i e Dispatbe from Madrid Saturday from loet of Hogan Streat, Jmaigeaimle From lowe,' n ,l, Bostem,
thn ten mon The keeping o a mid Spain would claim indemnity free TIsUtlDATY, V1MAYw,
toathe ru lehich hgoverna "s ti rof shi Sin CUi o ntOLYDE'1 WST. JON iVE 4 INE.
the Denett places An exception wa sp0stn. (UA BpY LIL.)
m Ae in athis Sj asi iti. e.Ued w ..p .ne.i Wasisgt For Jacksonville Palatka. Sanford Enterprise
business, e.terpoi ss. yl, = And IntrmediateA Points ton he t iohns
ca tin lni n .d m ..ta .ah. iee i. eb Naval Revw-w at New Y'ork. CAPT. W, .. IIAW.
S tables and dipping their breed a tbeir The victories Aenwhn watnbips
soup or oowee. "Sometites we eed asl ielltil hls tnidtlla. teoaU. lowa,
anuy am 1,800 menq. omeete the Tits, lo0EklytMndaNew rw rked
annuber drops to 00 b t we enage ew aI*l re rufnSrmoy Ut.
So.* busiums wedos the amore W noey we loaN bOp W4 "i ia 01e si* 1ed bby -
*rsI, t is hardly fair sto my tbse. far tM MiMnai p maesf of ppe .' qowa
Spae, tis ai.e altelf usapotitag. Vt a sv0, st.v't sa s Isaltas.
"O wl 'd &Wu
5. spjninine~to s~al as fles
teetes JAI'KaICIAO it10............................... Tesas idPtardays a0 4 IssewdI
Lssves'iaf-rd reurantsi .... ...... I..............Neeldioays ad Thebap" &eb.$ o1
WARNUMNtsP. Itse..~e abI E hs lyb.JU
W.K.-HMIsERP"fINIP. A.. 1.4m. UtiwdiA e5IgSs.
J, pow"Itteflaw". ~. Y owPelIf tisuN 10 ss~
A P lu
1 NF46 W.,r~r
p. .I m *.
THE TIMES-HtRALD. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2
Little R OUNT DITRSs been abnd ned. Their own
Littl l e "r0 "R 8 v itblie, a $N foIJ4d their tenft and went
I.to a. to dislppuoiutwut tn other lands.
PTPUT AM RAU-. l1one but those who have seen the Pa-
A i 1 -^ yhs of ie glory, an
p "rAX So'AZ., Aug,9. m in the prudigality of
S_ Woanders evr oeaoses' and the rall hung its golden ban.
SWIM of1a1govereint male Datedio, neron over a favored stctilo. Won-
I* Me r i i on for U.I 8. monate afe eoequlI '1" o- dataf obeges, deep wounds in human
.M fl 'lt Is thie ood lul th to6nds o a kthe rtu that our bones, tha ebris of ruind castles and
btek ltU atIw d is -. poor, old, p6u-atd W.o.ke t)C. hs withered e zpetati6oaire seen ou every
-W. What has to be a ee battered Gold .Palmer.tsuuceurJim. baud. But above this scene of ruiu
.mple or aeratt has d pd ot ate T, ad S$ er ammy P. to mortal still bands the sky of endless summer.
W mt malin at cau.er. combat with their touuee,. In the coon The same stars send over the homes
.o w a W S m4 1t fwd ,.ot Wilke 0.mwill toll how he lovesth ad groves telr feetal two., the muck.
men. CS yta'4 e~ dear people;, how he did his best to lug bild catro the same old s*ong, aurt
Sat eep Chipley, Mallory, or any either salamander bears up his little mounds
.rIt .upe. s 0 on0 frobecoming U. S.tenator, M* of yellow sand. No o bhanf here; these
Sm .r anyonta none would see after their interests continue a" of old. But nature is at
stf was rea well as he could, nor se that, the St. work on theob ruined groves pushing
saide-a to r Johns river was dredged sitOrange Mills up the long and tender sprouts from
Snae n so Fiats, and abuee the corptations, the grave v bere the duet of former
Snrow t. toontainurd all the bugaboos In creation, Ao., greatness rest. Many growers have
^llN- .rW .tormon?*la*l iS Jntmlae T. will tell uphk* Htll, "he is heaved their lin egh; thi have goe
'i S tie Seb dropped of. a Democrat," workerfor democracy. R to work to re-buihl th' fortunes,
cts.sign o n e yDearsPhavud bte) Their groves.uk are ine usug to resume
andB .t'aalpBothe leaS",w r etSd" full fledged Democrat. a (bye and bye) Theirgrovetie Uug k> resume
Gillaisbrgsl biuetalist, with the gold by Itself; that their fusmer beauty. Many thousand
It e dangerous to experiment with he, 'oo, loves the dear people,and would boxes of orange, will be ehlipe4 from
Cancer. Thedisease sheyond the skill be glad to see the people's dollar buy a this section this fall. This will give
ofphyscians. 8. 8. S.se'the only cM'e, bicycle if they only got fifty cents for a new inipiratioun human endeavor.
because it is the only remedy which
goes deep enough to reach Uaner. bale o- cotton. Sammy P., he's a ill- The song of plenty will oe heard again
ver Democrat, and helped us all be in this the houie of the orange, the
SOS C F11 n could in getting N.C. chalk in the flour, lemon and the grape.
S.S STh. ML oo thereby increasing our food. Yes, sir, New ndustr.e have' come to relieve
(Swift's Specific) is the only blood when Greek meets Greek the fur will a univeasal waut. The moss business
remedy guaranteed Purely Vegetable. fly, so go it, old Wilk; hurrah! Jim; is assuming laige proportions, and oth'
All others contain potash and mer- stick to 'em, Sam; nl uand tuck; hither er profl.itai enterprises 'ar beiug well
cury, the most dangerous of minerals.
Books on Cancer and blood diseases and yonder; over and under; round looked after. The wolf hus halted at
mailed free by Swift Specific Company, and round; up and down; who shall the door and i. beating a rapid retreat
Atlanta. Georgia. and who shall nuot gt the eight thou'- to the ewamp The ladies are wearing
ard dollars a 1ear. A as I alas I Pour new bunuets. and Lbthe me have got new
SLand of Flower store clothes, and I think they will
PdiePeO pie, AltenilOI. C. K. Watkins has gone to Jackson- pretty generally vote the Democratic
ville to see hih two sons who are sick. ticket, this fi 1 Tcre'8 life in thb od
You Look Pale They belong to a North Carolina com land yet. Q.
Eee ,Tired ? payv of volunteers. We hope the young T ryofrometh
Eeel TIred ? men may soon be wel. The ol 1tury of Prometheus is a
ay soon be wellparable. Prminetheus was on terms or
Got Spring' Fever? Mrs B. Wall and son, of St. Angus- intimacy with tie gods. From them
You BW ood tine are visiting in our section. he stole ire and gave it to men. For
0 -WAUIOO. the's sin he was bound to the rocks o;
Needs a Tonic. Mount O.-eaans. and vultures were
Take e bottle of set upon him. They only ate his liver.
Qaker Remeldy Co'f There are few men more wide awake This grew again as fast salt was peaked
an I enterprising than Ackerman '& away. Are hi autferinos to be imag-
.... IRON PILLS.... Stewart, wao spare no pains to secure inedi
Gives strength and tone tu the entire the best of everything in their line Takea modern :nterpretaticn of the
system, and makes ruddy cheeks and for their many cuetomirs. They now parable. There is no cooking without
rich, red blood. have the valuable agf nay for Dr. fire. In coiloing and eating the lul-
King's New D;scovery f)r consump- chief lies, Tuie stomach is overtabked,
100 Pills, 100 Doses, tlon, coughs and colds. This Is the the bowels become logged, they can.
FRICE FIFTY CENTS. wonderful remedy that is producing nt dispose of the food that is given
snch a furor all over the country by its them. The i.purltdis back up on the
Costs .ttle to g:v them a trial-why many startling cures. It absolutely liver. Then oome the vultuwes-the
not. All wishing to test its won- cures athma, bronchitis, hoarsenees torments of a diseased liver. Dr.
derful merits, must call on
and all other ffections of the throd', Pierce's Golden Medical Dicovery is
A irK N U iW RiR chest and lungs. Call at the above more than equal to the vultures of dys.
AfRll tLIN&l| U& I[LiAit drug store and get a trial bottle free or pepesiaand its kinred diteasse. Th re
WAOLEMALE AND RETAIL a regular size for 5c ani 1 Guaran- Is no moi e need of suffering from dys"
rugs. 80 Pailts ind WaIll Piper, teed to care or price refunded. pepala than ther il of hanging one's
S. WELAKA. self Sold by all medicine dalkers the
~ world over.
ROLLINS COLLEGE ,Registration Officer..
TANDS rs. in LAKA, Aug. 80. Following the official listof Distct
MANM Ors. Minnie Bou,of Pine Bltf,&rk, Riegistration Officers, appointed by bu-
THOROUGH EDUCATION, a nit ee of C. H. Gllchrist, is here for a pervuser W. P. Anderson, August 18ith,
PRACTICAL EDUCATION. few weeks visit.' 1m8
* MODERN EDUCATION. Hensy Miller, Jr., has returned from District 1-J H. Harrion.
DEPARTMENTS: a visit to bis parents in Washington, D. 2-W. M. Williams.
Colkseate, tPropter. M cial,. C. Hiso serving his third year as la- ** 8-Robert W. Bard.
iA"er, for the Wilson Cypress Company. is 4-Henry Bryant.
Try emphasis s laid uron theinstio. Frank McG gcr1 of Saginaw, Mich.. 6 -John W. Harrison.
iougiven. The profeor and Instructors is here and has ed to work with 6-John Cook.
are experts who l ba held corres Ti N dh gae
ons in the highest 001lei0 1I k T. N. SIih, the contractor. 7-T. V. Blacks.
Beautiful Location Hesiethlful utond- Max Henriand has returned from his 8- W.Baford.
itgs, Modern Meth~o ..Do.ileat I bega, 9--J.D.Hagn.
Foine iassium. WeII.3ralshed lW o' business trip to Tampa. 0-J. D. Han.
e rdm .. s>h. dWeI* stasiv 10-E. U. Dancey.
a room to himself without extra charge. Th Best Prescription for Ch0li 11-L. T. Dupree
412011111111 r WARD nd fever is a bottle of Grove's Taste- 12-Peter Gardner.
For further information and 0Ctalogfue
apply to Wn.agA U gv, gsat. less Chill Tome. Never falls to cure; 4 18-Georg Weller.
wriarnTp4a, riA. then why experlmelt with wortblesse 14- F. Jl Fearnsnde.
stations ? Price i ju8 ly st 11-A. Usina.
16-R. F. 14yon.
--hIbog IFBCRUITLAND. 17-B. L Kennerlv.
S66'1 hebe H -- 1-L.abaPrnos.
s oviewn rys' No country cn ever become great 19-.. B. Lanm.
iry pays to plaWut unlem the efforts of her llid a are the a--D. Bohanopn.
YR p iompersonation of a restless activity. 91-A. 13. Townsend. .
Sr ra The Fruttland peninsular, which S-George Weathesbee.
881W8,m Cmarks.the southernalimuoof oldt Ptnam, 9-F. -E. Davis.
u r ll 0 dO has logg been noted for Its splendid Si-ChOarles Thigpln.
Ask the dealer them. senior groves of eUt.aul. fNit, is s nts etreh- 325- .'W. Green.
ta1.'lsaI .g vineyards, the thrifty oaracter of B. C. HoQWLL,
S hew-- he tt Its cltizeas, their elegant hmes, sand Dep. DBgistration Oiteer.
sF0. i M.ity o., the chaos of its beautiful Women, I
WW WX trs aa nwe sometilmet ln "Thete's a s Aky, Our Bob All RghLt.
oognig." It has come upon Fruiand jettasn Thle Wtropotus.
Inj1trhr 1Wff, Vestl oern Edean of the Ameriealo Boa. B. Davis, the capable and pop-
rlulSR epUul IttlU tlM. ge .roves have felt th*e uhsenepreentative of the second d.-
.. wiAets gbllht ot the f k ln the tioti i he ltytoday. el, Bob il
(Nas6. .8. ft P. Doof.) oagger tat Oe oud I M d4lu a grett dd for Floreda s Ooa-
EARL4 & CO., PWni liWS phmre. of th e St. Jobnq. and tbh |Mmad ha b at faent fase that t p
Bs! Pt O and A1si s iastohked aeleonaghaof Hleitnggren ega4 to bntal ood feaults. he will
-^. f .o mru best $s th r1tlx.ntitr wereT eat dewS 'emhl gt ta a goid-red appreplatht
O.e.. 'n. !iet- S ; l thbte. lMah Mg eas t iD64 8gtlp (wbhh, th5 wRa, hemworkag bagd
ida beaded the liet. The second state
wvas Nevada vilth 2N1 30. The genera
average for the Uunited States was
$11,51. In five year the Florida value
had sunk to $14 25, a drop of u. aoly 300
per cent., while 'the general average
value had only sunk to 89 40
Of cotton, in Florida ,12.17, 6 67,
8 28, and 7.92 (from 1893 to 1890); iu
the Uni ed btat.es $13.41, 10 94, 14 53.
Pnd 12 54. A fall of one third In Flori-
da, apd about onie thirteenth in the
It will be seen from the above com-
parison that the decrease In the average
yield, and the fall of the average, per
acre, of these I'ur cropa during the past
five years has been relatively greaterr ili
Florida than nla the country as a whole.
But in the price per mnianure of tbese
crops it will appear from the following
figure the advantage it with 'lorlda
The prioe of corn on the farm per
bushel In cents from 1I93 to 1997 was,
in Florida 68, 71.47. 63, and 5M; in the
United States 86.5, 46.7, 2.3, 1.8, and
Of oats, in Florida 55, 61. O, 613, and
58; in the United States 9 4, 32.4, 19.9.
18.7, and 21.2
Of hay, per ton, iq Florida, $19.75.
16.25, 13.23, 14 26; in the
United ltites $8.6, 8.84, 85, 8 5.
Of cotton, per bale, In Florida 7.8,
4.8. 11 5, 8 7, and 6 8; In the United
etates 599, 46, 7.56, 6.6, and 6.65.
The conc'usion to be drawn from
these statistics is that while the Florida
farmer in these four staple crops gets a
smaller yikld, be gets a higher prieo for
what be does make than the bulk of the
farmers of the country get.
How to Look Go4 .
GOod looks are really morn than skli
deep, dependiAg atirely on a healthy
condition of eal the Tital orga., If
the Iliver l native you, ave bll
look, If y or stonask ls disorlereid,
you have a dyspep e look, if your kid
neys awe affected, yoeha vea played
look., eem goet hEilt ad fe will
surley barn sa4.l Sleotris Sit
teen li goidalte itv* and toole; ae"
direety oa the atoeseb, eIm a n4 tid*
me., partim tm beod, eargimplad
bUohand b9le, 1 M gihv g d
$6ld e* theds"e of Adna *
Comparative Statlatleas of Florida
The tables of mistls los contained in
the Year Book of the Departhent of
Agriculture for 1807 furnish as iuter-
eiting erampartlon bet wm the average
ilel l and value of t binoepesl fains
crop* In Florida and in the other states
of the Union.
ror the years 1808, '94, 95, '90, and
'97 the Florida average yield per acre
of corn was 9.7, 10,1 11.1, 10 and 8
bushels respeooively; the average yield
for the United States wau 08, 19.4
26.2, 98 i, and 28 8.
Of ost for 'he same years, in Florida
the average yield per acre was In bu.h.
iel 11.8 11 8, 10 9, 19. and 9; in the
United States, 23.4, 94 5, 29.0, 25.7
Of hay, in Florida, the average yiel,,
per acre in tons a 2. 1 23, 1 58, 1 40
aul 1; to the United States 123, 1.14
16, 137, and 148. What "an be ti.
reason of this extraordinary decrease iti
the yield of hae ? "In 1893 Florida wat.
fourth among the state,hberyild being
6T per cent, higher thiu thae geunr.i,
average, In 1807, five years after, hei
yield hbl diminished oue-half, and wvae
43 percent. below the general aietalre.
Of cotton, in Florida, the averi,,,e
yield per acre in baiea was. 83, .24, .20,
18, .18; In the United States .28, .4',
.331, .37, and ,37. Another grc.t lull-
The average value per acre of eorn iu
Fionida for the years 1893 to '97 wae
60 60, 7.17, 5 2$*, 5.30, and 4.40; in the
United States i8 21, 8.806. 6.0, 6 0(1,
and 6 1U. A fall or one-third in Fluitid,
aid about one-fourth in the Unl'ed
Of oats, in Florida, 80 49, 7.20, 0 63,
6 36, and 4 77; iu the United States
$6 88, 7 95, 8.87, 4 81, and 5 75. A fall
of over one-fourth in Florida, and about
onetseventh in the United States.
Of h ,v, in Florida. #31t 50, 19.99.
20.24, 18 20, and 14.25; in the United
States 11 .51. 9 70, 8.89, 8 97, and 9 46.
Here is a B8artliul fall In the average
value of :hay corresponding with the
extraordinary decrease In the yield. In
1893 h sy was an abnormadlly profitiubl
crop, marketing #34.60 per acre. Flor.
DR. P. KEENER,
LEMON STREET, PALATKA, FLA.
What is Better than
Now is the time to have your eyes /
examinedl and glasaes fitted. A delay
Snay ;:v W eoIe.
Frisl-tt hla i lilr,"
FRO'rT .'r.. P'ALATKA, rLA.
Firnt-eln,. a volk gutarnleed.
Work aone on shnrt notice.
A Change ?
Try the Seaside.,
For fine flthing, excellent hathing
and the prettlest bepch on the At-
lantic coast, where the ait to pure
Leads the Procession,
Coronado is opposite ew
Smyrna.' only two bours from
Palalka, and you can get so-
oommodations at moderate
prices by writing to bhe
W. H. NEWBLL. Pio,
P. C. address, New i, .
V.. .~, #4
'V I ,, 4a 5~X '.P, ~
Biliousand Inteient Fe
which prevail in .nasmatic diw,,
tricts are Invaribly ocompmn
ied by derangements of th^
Stomach Liver and Bow
The Secret ot Health' :
The liver is the great "dr
wheel" in the mechanism of
man, and whenit is out Qfor&V,
the whole system becomes d4 '
ranged and disease is the reitik.
Tutt's Liver Pills
Cure all Uver Troubles.
Very Old Wines
.Sp;ecial r '''.- ion p"'n 1o the filling
Jugs and Kepi.
We alRn handle the very
best of Case Goodas
15 Lemon Ptrtet., Palatka. Pla, -
"4"W T; "
T 1-r i
THE TIMES-HERALD. SEPTEMBER 2.
ClAS., I. KIALL EItAr aul PrW .t.
-UmCUT101oW RATh-OBe Tear, .$1."4 ix
esas, hr. ies eMost, osats.
Al aeveniii".s li ome due pro rnte
ee7 moth. Speelarid short thuse pWs)ils
mAn agvliSn woudh ae de*y bupnres.
m m netor nr yelltlr*dl etter.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
For Justices of the Bupreme Court,
B. 0. TAYLOR,
Of Alashua County.
F. B. CARTER,
Of Jaeston County.
For tate Treasurer.
J. B. WHITFIELD,
Of Leon County.
for Railroad Oommissloners,
H. E. DAY,
6f Alauobus aucty.
J. M. BRYAN,
Of Osceo a County.
JOHN L. MOROAN,
Of HIinllton County.
SECOND CONORESS'N'L DISTRICT
For Congr P.
ROBERT W. DAVI9,
Of Putnain CouLty.
DEnOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
FPr State Benator,
'E. B. CRILL.
For the Legiplature,
J H. HARP'.
,For coutity Treolnrirr,
S. J. K NEARLY.
For Tux Coll otor,
F. C. BLANCHARD).
For Tax Afss sor,
GEO. F BULLARD.
For Member CountNy cliool WBeard,
District I-E W. .1. PAIRISH.
Distrl, 2-UE). E VEWLCH.
District I- H..J F iWLER.
For onety Surveyor,
P. 1). WAiKINS.
THE VITAl., THE SUPREP1E ISSUE.
Just real i t lhe lollbwn : |i>]ienl ser
m nill prei Olil Iv l t''ci lii ln EiiE
S quircr, It ti III I T ,iol i,
do you :- ,.l
Thei it w i l w 1, H II .t InO.
'tl t Wi l W I 1 Si i ( ,i ,il- il t.l) il,
W while t. cte wi T i .' iv rein Tri,, il'
Op ill l ill I ll t I r f. th la il-.T l tll, li-
S. nothlins' In \ I.", em rir o if :f lllit inm -
portance to)aray o the o 1 o (til'al 1ia:-
tieb i iim -t ,t lii r, i r. I 'i I '1 lti
e outrati i i l l 0 t1 i i T ,i .I,' ll1:1,11 ,TI
S issue,is,-[i.il i 'i ii ,' Si.i i f .i I
/ from the ]t ni; l i !,ha,'i-nl nf h, t ,!1i
wornt l '? V'i J )ih i u, I :IIl pelt dihl i:"
mad t he til lte II t. t I 'lil lt li n 'll]
surrnaion III irll 1 11 i l :iitil;t ll lO
such power I lilt i, i iiiiv i. gold sI iallb ti
nth e l n v II p 1l e \ i" iolf i 1i, li l tl 't T e'r i
8taty in o i" < '' h" i -.,,id .bh i -h*ii ln
but m lhta fi ll Illinl Il' Vln l itc ollir
nation m lii tli r t i. i la obiinlid, am l inlifl
auch cuoneiil 'baia ed. gold siiall lit
the o'n!v miiiney ot finai,'l neniy eit. Tlh
first thinij lo 1e dlone lb lor the people
to declare t', liiah ihe hallot box our
absolute unav.cual independonce of a 1
The Spanish milled silver dollar was of the United State ?
adopted as the unit of value. The rela-
tion between silver and gold coin was
established. 'for nearly a century this
relationship was maintained to the en-
tire satisftlon of the people. So tena-
clous ha i'n the United States in
malntalning this decalon of the found-
ers of our financial system that eminent
British statesmen have commended the
fidelity of our government in standing
firmly by the fathers of the republic.
Mr. Balfour, the first lord of the treass.
ury and member of the Queen'seabipet,
in a speech made in March, 1888, said:
"The adherence of the Americans to the
institutions handed down to them by
their forefathers Is a remarkable exam-
pie of national pride and national
strength. America stands first In rank
in the civilized world."
It is a fact worthy of record that this
one of the greatest of England's states.
men. is a friend of silver coinage and In
entire sympathy with the effort to re-
store silver coinage in Great. Bmitain.
He has expressed the opinion that the
r, habilitation of silver in the United
States would force its restoration in
England and elsewhere. The opinion
is antertained by some that the war
whh Spain has indefinitely postponed
the consideration of the silver question.
It is ti ue tat the war has been the theme
upon which the public press has given
the chief attention and which has been
the subject of discussion everywhere.
When political discussions are revived
and the war excitement bas lied out,we
have reason to expect an increased in-
terest in the money question. The war
will not to any great extent revive the
productive industries. Merchants, me-
chanics, farmers, laborers, are'not like-
ly to be relieved of the embarrassment
incideniit to the shrinking of values.
Hial t estate investments are in a ieslier-
A revival in business wou'l ricoil lih
itniily; butl this cannot be expected utith
shtreI is t ralatl change in our IDIlone-
Il t l>,'t. l:iTi in.
Ait irut Itest ol the patliotiMis in tih'
Sir chi iof th Eniquirer, we ,uhnn j In
I tl l ,i-.I'tii I li'i uii lr.itil ItiM O t foiluw-
111i ( i tion-, it il iir ie tu it th it a tii ll
tcii nil upon their honc
aiwl iIt iup ion thel li nec'es or (ih.l f
;ailny ,. l' itical I .ny or. anizatil.n
ir,' ;:1 ri h'. as ; il 111 collins; to j.le l
C CI l li'in Thev shliould 'he vilitl
,irl t il ) i'-t i' of tie l' loph ''l
'mudli,,in o I the cor uitry l tiooi eriin
I I v tlill'l ,. T he''l voters r n 11o t 't .
t,,'.l h, miikv nii ,tU kt'S if thii }\li ..
\' II yr ii iw r itroill r I I in liiliil (
ofll' !l C .ill \ it 'l llilllS' thle i ill!M V
For more than eighty yearn, and until
liver was disfrachised, It performed
oeept~bly the oomtuttatinal function
with which It was endowed by act of
coAre@s. It held
and its oomaodly
miam over gold. It wayi fa-
vorite money of the people.
Are you ready and willing to vote for
the withdrewUd of the greenback and all
the other paper money issued by the
government, and bestow that function
upon corporations ? This is the avowed
purpose and policy of fthis adminlstra.
tion. For, downright impudence and
boldness we know of no parallel In fi-
nancial legislation. The President and
his secretary propose to sweep away
every refuge of lies whlyh the leaders
of the Republican party had resorted to
to cariy the election in 1896, Their
success has been such as to encouree
them to develop their whole financial
scheme. While we appreciate the pow.
er of five thousand bonkiug associations
intent upon a common object,we would
fain believe the voting classes incapable
of committing such a crime. It taxes
our credulity to believe that the people
of the United States favor the single
gold standard, but when they are asked
to cenfer upon the banks the exclusive
power ot supplying the legal tender,
demanding the extinction of greenbacks
and treasury notes,we declare it a libel,
an insult to the intelligence and patit-
otimn of the voting mases.
THE HYACINTH PEST.
The beautiful peat I What shall be
(lone with it ? The ladies don't want
it; the farmers wont have it ; naviga-
tois curse it; and everybody in general
is disgusted with its beautiful worth-
lessness. But the question is what are
.vs to do within ? Evidently something
iust be done to abate the nuisance-
for such it is-and done without unne-
cessary delay, or we sha!l awake soml i
line morning toi the -tubltorn rea'illty
Ihat tihe uppvr St. Joini4 is cloned to
Thre i; ay lith e iiii l'rouoi ways to 1t
ri',l ut this iwt, t lu he llm inst easih'lix
ote apparently t us is to I iv it free uail
UtliObL)ru'ictd iiassage to hi tSa. This
cain lhe realiliy doie liy 'li!.;in. the
'ii:l (of' brfli ll.J ii ove lr li i t er to a.4
to a1low the liy.cithsI. u ,it ilunderii;-
-te il ofl' hl iln, il, agriust thllii- s ui'urI-.
A system fi siilalus illn.aI' l, f iollici.h
wl il accoliilttll 1Ih 1' lni''ll sIhSired ilh
j ct wilhoul working li llny VIy grutli
i lrdship or oii iini'ig al, vti'l I .x; nvisi
i i llk 'c ii.nies own ain d .i l lope tlitihn
1 r.i Cli W'Ui IV w il iL llI t tlh;ill
t' ui t II.. .'iil U, 'I ,i.i !ty Ili, .. .
lh, gentlellclli bn t llliviewtd t)y i
Th'rlinI lI)lr \i' ;i l llmi, I i l r will b i 1
I I lw l i li 1 b i l', In i ( I i tI d v 'w il i Ill iica l i.
11 1 '11.A !cgi!;ilion. W hen 'olnllih il ic
lini ol rcapiitali t are all
mine lhe inlilinm nt )t xchliii.,e ih \
aire se,lihli, i'uel, tyrait eii'l, iand l xail-
1':, Ii tli ir deiminil,. Our nalilrsi ilo
nut need to be inform,' I itht there is a
cons;piairy, embracin money Ilh alert' it
the world. home ii ibroal, to w'i.St from ilt.
the word. o
It is settled beyond cavil or dispute gove rnmentr i e power to create muonev
that the nallons deteimmine each for it- anti confer it upon co operations orgin.-
self what shall be the medium of ex-, ized on pu pose to rob thel cied.tors ol
change within its borders. To supply wealth, and divide the ill gotten gains
the money of a sitl or nit on is n aict among the conspirators. To def,at
of sovereignty. 'Ihere is sueib thing their wicked i purpose labor orgin z i-
asM Internatiocal money. Between na- lions have be. n formed, with the l.ope
tlons all tilde or conimurce consists of and expectti ,i that ili noser.i.on uf
S mere b rter or exchanu i of rommodi- their rights would give relief. A vain
4tes. Wheu iheA suited States tok its and delusive hope itf iilmneyed coipoli
S place In he family of natlons,one of the tioun are endowed with lie fuiictioueol
Sfiat act of sovemignty which the con- erea'ing money and exerelioug tfna'
atMiaed authorities Ijerfolrm (I was to fiction its their lioiio'mtiai greed ml Ih
video. for it, people nn Instrument of dieiiiC.
kuhnglle.n legll rv,,rap. uiselive of Vai- 'n shi candor and i'rltiourneso we mokl
'' Tih. The pruciii miuuoney lu elrculationu viot r whether thev ar-pre-p.red Ito loi Ir
ior t, the adolp'lio .t"be ostti U oU for ihe distfranciuenelit .f ouie-b'tf of
,.0' S 1 iler anId goidl Cun. the iuuy provided by the enstlltution
It ,111' ilitt *iito l I} 'mw l, t ii it r nl'ii
, n iel Itb full;I I D, l wi ill i r Vit 'I t l'h11i
f v\'li ivil i e l l l I i e m ii il i,' r' ;lk< n.
REPUBLICAN STATE PLATFORfl.
Thel report of the cominititueo n plat-
forn atid r.sultioni en illd'sed the IRe-
publicnn iilit form ams protiulgated at ,.i
[,iluot; approved of the war with Sipain;
fitoi 'ed thi Nicataguan Ciit'i; congrat-
,lawiil the country (in Itepuilican pro-
'e,.ik)u; 'onilenined the raiil t ns con-
til'idn law iof Iliorida ah ct'ateol for
political purposes, uil renulling i nl a
increased tax; faiyoredi the ih c'inn of
couttV coniumissioners b i) ho people;
'lntilemined the Democratic :limlnlqir,-
lioil of t lit bllte, under which it wait
.lattid to be p(lihle fol Ii'i', ,la'alra-
litins by state and county i lAiclni it go
unipunilhhed,without recoverabole nctiiun;
c.iidemellu the present inhumane Msnd
riieil treatment of convilts; favoorei the
iiige.t measure of protsecti.n for Mil
Foinrh products; ial inlorsed ansad
guoumrended the action and policy ,I.-
iu.n J.ohni G. L ong,e nteahlr of the sn
Ia usI alEpuotlicasatlxutive committee,
A German film has secured the exclu.
sive patent right in the United States Ot
manufacture anti-toxine. Firms in the
United Sta.es and elsewhere engaged in
the manufacture of the product have
been warned to quit. There promises
to be a lively legal fight over the Ger-
man hllini's right to a patent in which
the whole civilized world will tako a
deep liti-st. l.
Mr .Andllet lii of Ortila, 18 a cl, er
.Jntlhinill s ti\ e lihe le liurg ',, LCoiiner-
'la!, uii l 'lie u Itl nu ) ciih l lip ei tlicl
ill noliiniating himi, but lie cannot lhop0
to) takeI lon. ob ob i iDo.' s iat in Con-
rtess. The pi opl0e in the s.ttecondl dis-
trlct lippreciiite the woilli of ('Ci1ilgr'lrs-
1it1l1 D).vis, aind will. ie I!cet hitil by it
limr e 11ll otlifoltlable liliijolritv.
The (iiiiesvil'e uiS it corrl tly ,f the
opinion hi tlithe deniocrl cy of evy i v
riouNly in IFloriia will supporn thi Iht ol-
'..l' s-it ll, gtaleI an ud COu y ii nnellies. '
Tl;,' JD)iocraats ol this state kinow liteir
dlul.i, iIIl lthei y will nlot flla to pill 1 ,l
it. .lust whale tliM i I;jiLVt in tilt' St.Mil
will le cannot )be for lil, ibut it w'l lihe
i1ii len t ,' .
ih-ar in inidl that iln order vi vote ;il
the e'lcionl in Novembnihr voni must reg-
iWter iiiI pa',' your ;polI taix for l lli otail
IS117, Pl'rrous i huldl he citleful to see
thatt Ih ir i nuitnes are iprlpenrly registered
on thile ,le iltiil u luilty books. Regis-
iatrion for thie Oit (:clion(i n d lii not (n.i-
title y111i 'o V Il i th state andi cnutity
F. M. Merchison, editor of the Cres-
cent CiLy PiLlosooher,hasb. en request.
ed. to sever his connection with the
Presbyterian church, owing to his fa-
vorah'e expree-lon of Mormon senti-
mients and aiding the extension of that
The United Statei fish commis-lon
predias ibhe speedy exteimination of
the Florida alligator. In 1897 in the
three counties ot Lee, DeSoto, and
Hillahorotugh 16,760 skins were taken,
anld 214 hunters were engaged in the
Our townsmien George O Gay would
like to be slate treasurer. "Will he be
elected," did you s iy? it It
for his unselfish and untiring devotion
to the Interest of all Republicans nla the
rehabilitation and upbuilding of the par-
ty n this state. The report was unant*
GLORIOUS DAY AHEAD.
The Philadelphia Press thus quoted
Theodore Search, of that city, president
of the national association of manufac-
"I believe that the war has given the
United States an impetus that will make
its future exceedingly full of prosperity.
To my mind there are glorious days
ahead for the American people. I am
convinced that there is a great possibil-
ity, one little appreciated by merchants.
The war has brought the United States
before the European nations in a man-
ner in which it was never brought be-
fore The deeds of our army and navy
have surprised them beyond measure.
They are really awakening to an appre-
ciation of the wonderful county we
have here. American goods have now
a prestige which they never before en-
joyed. At the same time our merchants
are beginning to realize that other coun-
tries want our goods. It has only been
three years since the national associa-
tion of manufacturers began an agita-
tion for the development ot foreign
trade. See wha the association and al-
lied organizations have done already.
Last year our exports were greater than
for many years past. They were phe-
nominal, but I believe that they can be
doubled, tripled ; yes, even quad'u-
I liavc lieni a lU -iL uilnlii el since
lii;l, l hi r1; i ,; o iv oH.w lin Is illn the
n'.s li 1 y illi it mll nuli. t Is e pCo-
p: m wa lii) l i upii h ld t hi- of uJiuptiuo l
ail i lhI q)r-s,). m 11d "I i}av' IIt 41ultliyV."
-Ex P inteit (Gneui ifnVtumaker.
Tih1' i ti t4.ll t, mi l rti n Fy 1orida in
Noveiim. lr wi: wouns .i.,e I,t. r.iably with
tli cI D t r,,ide omt Sh-iy over the
S.n i-: lIjet -, 'a l, (t,i a i le u ].n
Mrs. W. l'. Wurdi, Ul Au..iS' i, C ',,
who hAisu.c ., etiv loreto.d many lelng l ,
says ilKat lcK 1 e, s uc'eeor w;i l be
asfins mhtl IU LIhe thint }3ee" of h's
Toau l',pubb.ein party nlu Florida is
not OSf.ig S.Ciisnl because nI i why on
leaders. I', bElorlige te I11 tollowers,
says i ll, 1vehtei.,
Theb iisi wlo wuait to be governor
of riorida nmu-t ride omethaiug bigger
uand better than a hubby, says the Tal-
"S8 ucH waiting the above, we learn
that the Proioral has been signed,"
says the Key West Advertiser.
The aun'al interest upon the public
debt of Spain is about $14),000',000.
Teot luie the 1rstem
Effectually, T etently, when costive or
billions, to perimmootiy overoome ba-
bttual oontimpilln, to awaken the kid-
utys unl llvtr to a I ualtliy notivty,
ith lloupir It ing r wt akenlng thei,
todills|, sw-i hI,,
uo brup of gPlli. g v ljoyI >he OU-
I ruinflg i yrup UA.
. AV .-
IUEIIC ai Of SiirOFRIS
is du9 not only to the originality Mad
simpUicty of the combination, but also
to the care and skill with which it is
manufactured by scientlflo processes
known to the CAI.roIioIA. Pie Srnup
Co only, and we wish to impress upon
all the Importance of plichasing the
true and original remedy. As the
geuqine Syrup of Figs In manufactured
by the CALIrORaxi Fie SyBuP Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist one in avoiding the worthless
Imitations manufactured by their par.
ties. The high standing of the CAu-
romNA FIe SruRP Co. with the medi-
cal profession, and the satisfaction
which the genuine Syrup of Figs has
given to millions of families, makes
the name of the Company a guaranty
of the excellence of Its remedy. It is
far in advance of all other laxatives,
as It acta on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without Irritating or weaken-
lng them, and it does not gripe nor
nauseate. In order to get its beneficial
effects, please remember the name of
the Company -
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
*AN rKANOiMOO CL
LIIsIIVILLE. KR. I W TORE. T.
The Kansas City Star says no sound,
well-regulated American should permit
himself to be disturbed by the wave of
hero-worship that is surging over the
land. The American people will be
none the worse for this baptism of pat-
ilotic tire. It k'ill subside by and by,or
rather. it will be materially modified
with the advent of the piping times of
peace; but It is not harmful for any peo-
ple to be thoroughly aroused at reason-
able iniirvals by the revelation of high
ideals, and to yield themselves to those
better desires an,1 purposes which are
eukinllkd by the force of heroic exam-
Tlie city council of Loui.villi, Ky.,
lias vot'.td t xIo X t nI'l ew in iula.lictories
from Cill taiiXioIiii fOr liv ',tarl'. VWhbat
a %iiinlilu, nid iuchi all ordinance in
i'aliiK:a WuU.i be iin suiui mig new man-
rfatil ir.i i te i Lt s ihi .
THE TIME ,RAt.SEPTMBER, 2.
THE TIMES BRAtOLD SEPTEMBER 2.
ACKERMAN & STEWART.
85 Lemon Street.
Ladies' Shirt Waists,
Dry Goods and Notions. Shoes and Hosiery,
R. & G. Corsets. Parasols and Umbrellas.
Men's and Boys' Hats,
Boys' Waists and Pants
THE C. B. ROGERS. CO.,
IMPORTERS ANO WHOLESALE GROOCES.
Provisions, Grain, Hay, Flour, Meal, Grits, Etc,
Sole Arentsr for OUR BUSINESS CONFINED TO
S THE TRADE ONLY. ORDER
Fairbik CUnnlag Co.0 FROM CONSUMERS NEITHER
Lion Brand Canned Meats. SOLICITED NOR DESIRED.I
Quotations Made Promptly on Application.
Feb 11n JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
Safety Comfort! Qulick liiim 1L0o N rates.
Finest itulpne irsd"l l> rl' N.I Tr II n, ,i1t *'., *I. k u lil n,il V .."l
The Ic1ert i n o11iinpoil ( the ulo'inling l 'oinme *.w teAel teainers
COMMANCHE new), AV.OONQUIV, IROQUOIS, CiEItOEE. SEM'NItE
tanimers are apipoloitil to sail according to the title.
From J.ACrx lNVllV,. IFLA., callingg at Charleston) Su:ulsys. Tuesdlaysn,' 'hur ,lay.,.
FromiCHAR E.ATON. S.C.. Mond ays, Waineodial y IHs ndFrlsyIs.
For hour ot saillin, ee "CirTle Line" Scheduile. or ,Jackuonvild i Lharleaton dAily r ealieri
Steamers i arpeninted to sail from Pier 2, East River. N-w York,.it 38 m., follows:
F urCHARLEM0I, N C. .Mondi-. Wadn *,luyh m I Fridalvys
For JACKNONVILLEFLA., (calling atCharlestun) Mo days, Wedlesditys. ii I riltyp
tlyde Now England and Souhorn Llinex--Frel. li
Calling at Charleston, 8. C., l,.th ways)
STEAMER AI'POINTLD TO SAIL A ForLOWS :
From foot of Hogan Street, JacksonvlllO From fewi*' 1 1..flo Bson.
OLYDE'a ST. JON RIVER NE.
(B BABY LINE.)
For Jacksonville, Palatka, Sanford. Enterprise
And Intermediate Points on the St. Ijhns
Steamer HARRY G. DAY,
CAFT. W. A. SHAW,
Isappiateda tosll as follow.
Leaves Jtaebetille........ ..................... Tuedays ad gturdtays pi in p. m.
LsaesUsiMaordtourtMnal ......................... Monday@ md ThraWt ys at s a.
0--ml e w i nPl. ma TCirtt unfmfll W '_lW11i[ it. .*a.. doe. lsll.. i1,.
W i WUIIRtO. A P. A. I k4 M. IKOIwe.. .. la. lft. l.
W.K.BayD l.M R, JOHNL. N Alo a r 11-rui
1,A. oss. New TuW I s ea Jsbex
o. & t, T, M. xsowisegOrmes, mew vleft
WM. P. CLYDE & CO. Gen. A Is.
m e A ladMuw Glea, wt
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PEACE NEWS BARE FACTS Humor in the Blood
BRIEFLY TOLD HEiE GIVEN -r *
c--ausel Oreatoitre --Oouid MtNo
lmport at pvsnts Following the Interestiug NeWs Sores Related R t t at eight OhiMdre Ned
Suspension of Hostllities. Without Uehw Verbiage. se*s but eeod's *Ovd.
SI w-. troubled with humor, whk
Tr op etr Musterleg Out. Souther Nj bke9he out on my skin and eaed 10 me
Ord were issd Wednesday fo IrKoxZvnLu Aug. B.-0mp Polnd. h dists I d not et at lght.
thM mutaril out of the following Ns. near this city, is mpidlJling up with wa sdvild to tr y7 RHod% So issub,'
Imes troops coming from OhC maugap rk. p l t& snc iafw bottles I be" 101t
, irts Vermot Firs Maine, Fifty-. FRNANDIXA.F..Aug. -Srg en to ubled with empire blood. I bo
Moand lowa. BStxth P sylvanita, Fifth Hiney Wolfe of Oompy H, Fifth reg- i-lhtd a e omu ,L"" 1
Indiana eood New York, Second Ne. meant of Ohia, whom e a isain Young- aPpSrwAr, Wllistou, Florida.
briiksa, Oni Hundred asnd sFifty.venth town, died ha ast .:80 thi" morning. My ohlld we toubld with alt.
S all voluitee infantry ;AeWO Fl., Aug. ta.-els Masoltlo ItrtemDnumro" rsamdla without *i-
battery Ohio light r tlery, Finst 11 temple here ha.sbe destroyed by fi. nlug them ay. relief, but after they ha
oole, volunteer cavalry; Batteries A. The loe is fully covered by insurance. take.a few bottles of Hood's Umparlfta
anhd B, eorgialight artillery; Twenty. An incendiary probably started the the boll disappeared. We have taken
eighth Indians light battery and the b hm. gosns p ban and &lwo@
New York a Penylvau aviHood' m lla e dl
Now York a = enylvU cwalry WAYCROU, Ga, Aug. 9.-Mark ro keep it on hand andhave no fear of the
Policy of the insurgente. ham, the negro who killed Conduotor bols retaming." Man. A. J. B. BatTAi,
At a conference Wednesd between Henry D. Camn in cold blood Friday lakeland, Florida. Remember
the Philippine insurgents and the Amer t at Dpont, has been captured and Sarls
eouns the former declared emphatically rLd H o o d
that they were willing to co.operate CARLsTON, W. Va., Aug. t4.-News parlll8
with the Americas and to surrender reaches hpre that the forgery charges Is the One True Blood Puriier. All draggits
their arm promptly if assuid the against Mrs Myra Atkinson, wife of prlce, l;six f1'N Oetonlyllood's.
'IlMids would nremain Ian American or a Governor Atkinson, hTve been di- HOOds Pills pi dl a et dgemnU10%
British colony or under the proteotortte adsd pi d t|
of the United State or Great Britain. ATLATA, Aug. 27 -Chairman Io.
Pce Coammluloner Meet. Bignon has announced the campaign .
The first meeting of a majority of the committee ahried by the skateboard beeh pponte, amng them one to
American peace eommisioners tek t recent meeting inthisucity. It to W hington to rge Presdent Mo-
place Thureday at the state department comdsed of5 prominentDemocat Kinley and Sectarle5ioug and Alger to
when Secretary Day was joined by Sen from the various counties. attend. General Wheeler and L euten-
atorn Davis and Frye. Prior to this the MACON, Aug. 24.-The largo whole ant Hobson will be among the national
senatorial membership of the oommii. sale and tail drugstore of H. J. IA. celebrities present.
alon had had a onlerence of two hour mar & Sons, on Cherry street, has enii SALUDA, S. C., Aug. 26.-Guberna-
with the president. destroyed by dire. Loss., IW,000: o. atorial Candidate Archer's spiey speech
The general plans of the commission surance, $8P,000. Several other buiid- was a feature of the campaign meeting
as to proceeding to Paris were talked ings narrowly escaped destruction. iere. He made the charge that Super*
over and au understanding reached that TAI.LAHASaie, Aug. 37.-A. G. John intendent Neal of the state penitehptiary
the start b3 made between Sept. 18 Son, a negro farmer living near hero, had acted about like Mark Hanna for
and 20. and his wife left their three children at: the re-election of United States Senator
Troops Ordered llscharged. home while they went to church. On | McLaurin, and that the Republican
Orders were issued Thursday to mus.- returning they found that their house, committee had furnished the money so
ter out the following: had been burned and children cremated they could secure n high tariff man
Fourth Pennsylvania infantry, Sixth DECATUR, Ala., Aug. '5.-The con-, from South Carolina.
Illinois infantry, Second Wisconsin In. grestional executive committee of the KN ,xvLFr, Anu 24 -A wreck oo-
fantry, three Louisiana light batteries, Eighth district, in meeting here, de. curre. un the Atlanta, Knoxville and
two Rhode Island light batteries, two cided to call, through the committees, a
Iowa light batteries, two Oregon light county convention to nominate General, '
batteries, Firpt Wisconsin light battery, Wheeler by practically unanimous vote. i1115 city, A t iiiound passenger
train struck it r-'n. ,i l, uai
two troops of Kentucky cavalry. Light LoUISVILti, Aug. 25.-The Populistn in sThe etra *maof
Battery A of Missouri, light artillery of Floyd county, Ind., met today in Blue Ridge, .., ,... ,u.. T. Tih
Twenty-seventh light battery of In- mass convention i New Albany. They ilirenita is ;, ive u'ned. He. a o
diana artillery, and Light Batteries A, nominated a full county ticket and in live1 Of BtB .. 1 i,. l'o ,agem-
B and O of Pennsylvania. dorsed Richmond Pearson Hobuon oflve% -1 B*' ." i on al eman
Cli.h With the vFllipinos. Merrimac fame for president of the otr ,-a hurl. '*,' fatally. Many
Advices from the Philippines Vriday United States. 'u r less serious
snid a corporal and two troopers of the ANNsTro,, Ala.. Aug. 27.-The dead-
Utah artillery, after disembarking at lock which has existed since the con- litD.r i;., K-, A T.:'" 2.- Ben
Oavito, were sent on an errand. While vention met at Talladega Springs, over Johnson o: M I i,. ,,-.ui ad killed
passing through the streets Trooper two weeks ago, has been broken, and Nathutiel 'CloutI (hptvty sheriff of
Hudson discharged his revolver. It Gaston A. Robbins of Dallas nominuatou Clailbortioe city, I -iM ., latter
was all mere fun, but the natives be. for cougreas by the Dentocats of th, was at',,iting t, or.ost .. -.. o at
came alarmed and began firing. Dis Fourth district here. 'laze ,elll, lno. i It, 11 s by-
mounted cavalry were seait to qu('l Co rMBals, Ga Aug. 25. lion, stander,iend of s hot e. 'u.,rlect
the disturbance, but the natives mi., Thomas M. Adams, Democratic noun of li vlg fit
understood the movement and the fir:.". nee for, the legislature, was assassinated Cadle. Cloud wa a br other iof a miem
beu'caie genlieral. r.t GiesI, Chalititiihoo<'le county. Fe her of the ': i. e\ I, ".- ]led t
Troops r Hudson was killed and Cr- a nishd finie king anrd was thl ame 1s e tl ",rr or tw .t o.
poral Anderson mortally wounded. standing in the crowd listening to Wil-
Trroopers Laydon, Nauhbar, Connolly laun Bagley, his Populist opixmCnt IBnlMlINoII .o, : i, i; 1 Elorts
and Doyle of the Fourth cavalry we-: tA'rANTA, Aug. 24--taoyor i are b-21ng iiade [to to e a it lCledbra
Four natives wero killed and scvi:, A. C er has been ippo :nt tniti e ,Pe h r itio. n t,,ot oe ed t
Wior thitLtl ette tl. ttK O llu i t,. extend fi ll ih inll It ': ,r1' !v
GeOnral Agunnaldo expros'ed his re ( nO i ha, c Kinlete i Wlvllh, ,; e. u
ereor'tionl of itMonumelnut to Laf.lv'tte K t will .
great at t o encounter aud protis .l l be protientod to the Frenc.,h i oplo, I'n As-hcvb e,i N'. C, .her
punish the oiftder, in,, the Wor;d's Fair ait laris in r:: .f "* (:
P ire Itoutrd C'ompleted. war. *Mahor ( I" .... ieer
Th. Americanpeaceco lti ,ANTA. Aui.Kr ':i --Clonmel C-ndiri. nud Iiutoetit lI: i i, '."ar:,onil Hob-
Tho Aimericain peace cotansiovn'., ,cotmimatn ,tding theTirdrl ('poriia rt. ,,f-sonwii bc wu aoii "iui '.1,1 .- m-will be
te I c r.o io iillut, is in town. lI s;ys ys aiiiil Is:1-w extoldtti iiut):it:-.' oa ,ine to othe
the VWhit tloumi, com:)r.;o,I tio Io;o. 1In tgei of the etl ist, m et of hd'-. i'toI celet lrtion.
q?: I nr'n; watt to be l muiit'rld out| !') _-; 1 U ,
nu treta'y William R Day of Oluo, t wnt, tli v, (.dl outit 1 ':t,.. A,. '.,-C ,'i L. Rus-
Seni,ltor tCulimuan K. Davis (t .i:nll flrl ation that a lari:o m jor t, t tvi e.ll. oidll r .. i
sota, Senator Willialu, P ."fryt ,f 3 1,." ilro.id, :iani ,eic :ir L...ue sJ
Vhitelaw Reaid of New York iul Jui w. t u t rat'r homo. lon tulketl o Ira *cir -,t ti Porters-
tco E. I) White 6f the uninrie io coutr CiA:Hi.IoTTr, N C., .Aug. 2. A t.nil villo, .iti A li.i .. I thirtly bo
lir'r 1 *v f)r n reitionl th Roipublit),an ll li t-u ', cn trutilctl by li) b .. ;i.il ior this
S, .., as they are called, of the ElBcih i'li c- purItI ,;,* *1 it'w 'orll raiioi haIns been
General hfter and staff eft grsioal district, hhld at Wilke,hl,,ru raised which will UI .:,,-,T :- the Mo-
tingo tie tuba Friday for Moaltlil: len),,nce the convention that renoil i- bile and a11 Shorti ;tailtv ,)u impany.
Point, L. I. His departure was unor noted IH.n, R. Linnelyasa '"g1g law' This rad llI.n n 'i -It to ,tl,,iOe, and
arkeod by special incdkntl. convention, arid pructeded to noilint4to its conitrurorion will t, iin.t, :>.'ault inl
1ilt( Ovttiloil. ,.,r -ll'y. r. J. 0. Wileox lor cougroes a.iiil a c((;.illg stti(n .i w.iter. At
Admiral Schley arrived in Washin- g"eat euthu.ians. present Poru'r,vil e i t a.nis trnm a
ton Saturday to get. Instructions reit AIA.EUDALtE, S. C., Aug. 2.-A1 p'r- railho.ad.
tive to the work of the Prto Rican mil- notial encounter occurred here b -twe(tii _
tar'y coinuiiion, on whit.h he wati Clhief of Police D iithar iand lulatit (nerl I
placed. The hern of thL Santiago navidl Lribhmn, which resulted in the pir.
bartlereceived a greatvationi, men and haps fatal wounding of the former, he Ntl'OI.K, Nab., Aug. 24.-The Re-
women crowding around shaking hi- being shot twice.. The difficulty grew public.ins of th Th:r, Nebraska dis-
baud and even kissing him. out of an effort by Dunbar to arrest tri(t have n ,iiattid W. F. Norris of
Ielv liealtln fils$ i)aul
The following regiments were Satur. latter is In custody. WA.-HIsroN, Aug. 21.-The pri-
day Ardered mustered out: NAs vrta. Aug. 07.-There is to be dent has appointed the following post-
First, Fifth and Third Missouri, One an old time joint canvass of Tennessee master,: Albaiiia--Florence. Felix G.
Huuired and Filty.ninth ladimasand this yesr.cThe agreement has been Lambeth. I ttn,,i>k'y-Elkton, F. ILH
the Eighth New York. made by representatives of the' Demo- Br.tow. Louitiana-Alexiindria, Rob-
IrKinley Takes a Vaaotlon. tratic and Republican executive com- ert P Hunter.
President MeKinley left Washington mittees, and Benton McMillin, the iiallisl rI'tasc, l a11rd Named.
Saturday for Somerset, Pa., to spend Democratic nominee for governor, and The Spanish government Monda an-
several days with hia brother, Mr. Ab. James A. Fowler, the Republican noin- nounced the following as its peace o 0 -
nrMcKriney. ieelne, will meet in Joint debate in 40 misioueors: Senor y Ca".tillo, Spailh
Merftt t Pee M tin. .laces in the state. ambassdor at Paris; Senor Urrirt,
Adils sthsfom fsp le l ny d BItRMoNA. Ah., Aug. 2.--The Spnih minister at Bruhsea; tlk dutk
Aeneisl Mesrt a wolan for a tender of the enin pullig the fnrt o of Najeram, governor of Cdia; Seator
durin t h t week So attend three s.eotions of a train carrying the Mareosta and Senor Abaarus.
th p eek .m=lae t t Siny ninth New York regiment from Soldier. lllled In a Wsnet.
Al wa Oprted quet t Phtlp Fsronanina FIa., to Hwitavil e Ala.. A tral bearing the S1zty.nlntk New
-nJ dumped the track 10 miles aboke bere, York regiment from Fernandina, F1i.,
Its. B-gi m- noi.i. m the Louisville and NahvllUse mil. to Hutsville, Aela., was wncked
1- Reistm-nt*Domled. rad, and wv ears wore piled down an Birmingham Moaday ad two eudie
The fpltomlltlg troops were Monday .embenkmut. Two men were killed were killed ad S injured.
ordered nimasred ost Ninsh Ms" and about 26 ethers injund. Davis an .xpasn*l"st.
ohuetta, S t. First Ahi U i ., A.g. M The B, Da ne of the A-
?ol, ,a lftmhhnr New otws. F
I a f a n sr p A ~ r w t W i o r, T h i r d o u g. .e s vn.o--
..a a .y .ham have dcid to hae a soess day, declared himesit infar d
Neei ytung.7) mutiipeaM c Jpuee a uring the maont of OB. bklding e ewly acquired wtavyV
T e S t .. All Ioesarye i bare* **-*
V-4 ", T -.p T., ,^
THE TIM S-HERALD, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2
EWS Oif TH S i ,TA Tobacco worms have bovu worso the lImportsI to Motlrs.
N EWSi OF U T 1 S 01A past few weeks thou ever known in The mausiotetro*s of (oluatorlahav- *
Gaddean county. It is Irter~ilvl ii,'los .been oonuminea toeptd hka:.drmlia ,f
-- Ibis to keep the tobacco pr'uh-a rid of thousandsof dollars to' mlllarlsi the
Florlda News Cu lled For T h an the ts, too, min wIthsandn pbin ec wi> te slg.s.id O C .. Is AhwH /
oia News Culled For Te the fact that the planters were better latobher. Thk bas Jt ae e asEtate I
Times-Herald Readers. *able to oa Wl these pests than ever by reason of pfrtsS. onterfiting the1
before. a Oaitorla tide mark. Thiseonampterfel-
The mcre crsnful a man is in buijng Igsa erotae s taqSOalyueglast n the pro Do wmob upft ge
1 th M I prietore or oatesta, hab gialust the aed m ra fr De s--Mlru -
SSome of the MOre Ini- the more skeptical be is in sethctllg hI growing eta6 tlieo. Ailesmoneshould d4y di e M rti
porant Events. pants, the bettor we like st. Ue wil, beearful to s** tiat Oa torla bsear i, a SM r 4w e
then more fully apprr cute lie BUCK. he signature of Ohum. H. Fletcher, If yourst lftMth is -MWsti
Tampa streets are to be paved with SKIN BREECHES. He'll see at a they would guard th besals of their yon fa In .m leetsetf
vitrified back. glance how carefullyiv they are made. eblldren. Parents, and mothers in
When he puts hi nds t in the pocket particula, ought to .ar.ful.y e slesion
The wool clip of Santa Roa county he'll find a printed guarantee which the CAtoria atdvertie n itsate which, PC
tis year amount to about 100,000 ys;"If not as represt oted your thavem een tapeat 1in tbht pps r. .,l Int hspaper, An d
pounds. l money back. They cudn'tl d e more- utto r emember that thnuine wrAppeof ever
Seventy five carpenters are at woik they'll never be less." ,actemile s&agreoto I A MIt
la Plant City building and repairing The phoisphate industry of Alachua under whose supervision it has been
houses. e )uniy i. reater than that of any other a.nufaetaretd contineouoly for over 4
Malarion is devoid of btllr taste. c unty In Florida. The amount (if thirty years.-Phils. Bulleton. .A A
Cures chills and lever; acison the liver money invetaid in the developmentt bf Col. Henry Curtis, of Quincy, eI d-'
and regulate's the system enerallvy. lsh ple t this immediate viciii, gratlon age of the FC. A i THE SYSTEM CLEANSER AND REGULATOR.
it i said that the Plant Sstecm sold reaches up into the hundreds of thous- was In Bronson a few day, ago totiew Tourtro..bltatensin.a c %bi. sad tornitlteaon of the live
o he army and av from reservoir nds of dolls. some of the tobacco crops inl that vcin- ad bowels weisb.li sllewed toman e sswtl develop eals.
to the army and avfomaevers, kitin y di sders or some oihertroubleavom
lake, St. Petershurg, $0,000 worth 4of The tobscci growers of Columbia ity. While the crops are not am large, B disos. f wHLY As Brrae drives out al
water c ,unty have perfec'ed an organization as was at first anUclpated, still an ex- poilnous lmpuritiesit>uphbeas the vital
a rTrotr Iheir mualt protect ion, and also to celleut price will likely be paid for what ioo diaesum,s adl vi" ad
Malarion with MalermoTabletsgusi secure the best and easiest mpins of has been grown. Itls saidthat J. W. energy at bi atmsd at.
nmteed cure foru f0ver a Al wa r 'ketinr ith present unusually fine Exlev has been offered IM for his croph$OLD AT ALL DRUG sTOlsPic $- PER arm.
or money ref~e inel. 50 ('cuts. Ali] h-0p. 'h i. auiiiiportaiitiiud propel of about vwo acres. Mrs. H.,C. Veze3 SOLD AT ALL DRUG STORI. 8'... PIR O1rij.
druggists. siepi t.ir in union these is streigthl,a(l has also been guaranteed 75 cents iper
FeruanQlina is expecting great things t in only by co operation that tfie bestlpound for her crcp, pole cured. Col.
from the Cuban trade, which it is after re-ults can be obtained. Curlis spoke very eucouralingly of tLe
n big shape* Wiht n wear b, glu 0to exceed repair great gulf hammock country, and is of
arloal Leon county Jerebig cshae. Wn your oy you a.eg l to eefall reak. the opinion that tlese fertile lands will A( KEM IN & sTEWART, generall Agent..
were shipped last week to E. W. Gillen The signs of It ar.: :oss ol flebh, paie soon be in cultivalion.
of Jacksonville. iess, weakness, nervousness, eo Tl,. The readers ,.f this paper will I e
repair needed is foed. You thino you pleased to learn that there is at leas
The present intention of the Populist eat enough. and yet )on feel that you plras to eard ihat there is at 55
4 leaders of Volusia county is not to put w,ar out more tissue, energy, nerve one iretle, di,.tie thilt sciucahis
up any ticket this year. force than )our fool makites 4r )on. been able to cure in all its stage, and
Thed iflculty s ti.at you do not digest that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cu e is
Malarion is endorsed by best phvsi enough. And t'.is In so serilou it to the only positive cure known to the
V clans and guaranteed to cure chills, fe- worth silttig down seriously to think
ver and ngue, All druggists, or from about. If you can't digest what yon medical fraternity. Catarrh being the
eat, take a few dose of Shaker Diges- constitutional disease,reaulres a coverl.
Mofllt-.WstI)rug Co., St. Louis. tlve Corlial. The effect of it will b~' tutional treatment. Hall's'C.tarrh Cure
E. 0 lAitS '& Co. will sell you a to in.roasyour flesh and make you
large load of DiV vile, Ash lr Oak feel stronger. You won't fall sick. is taken Internally. acting directly up.
f th for 1 Proof hat it s n control of your re- on the blood ad mucous surfaces RUPTURE
When you need woodcal upPhone 6 prapratus. Its easyenough t the system, thereby destroying eneeRUPTURE, wsuffaltenee tiofith se manyn d t.slen
test this for yourself. Take a few nof rh i pa gvn thatwe extend a corditalinvitation to -se aniz
The Populist party of Baker county ties of Shaker Digestive Cordial. foundation of the disease, and giving xamied free f charge. w aio to
At druggists, price 10 cents to 81 per the patient strength by building up the UIVe OIl al. a l trsa.and nir8w patent to weat afor on.
has disbanded, and till again are Der bottle. we k.at the expiration of which time we will
chas d auded. and all again are Deio- bottle, constitution and.assisting nature in do. To thoe who know nothing ofI e afitetion refund the anone it a Und o atitetor.
crate. A meeting of both patties ws o ---- TRUlu.lt., ce p )w b
wasitswork. proprietorsof iaerpina (eo toiiiiislycaiied rsire) it wil btA t' le
held at Macc.,liny and a compromise Teachers' Examinations ing it wor. Te proprietors hae stein that oe-t of th To th aut e utt on easy
much confidence in its cuatlve powers, man fully ate aficted with this compllaint. to those who thoruughly iuderattead ernla.
madeArmeThisIs true, andthefosof treattioeet are Thereare severalkindoof iherniasttd each has to
made. Are made much easier by taking The that they offer One Hundred Dollars nmeou and inost cases sccful. bereduced d retained with a tr fitted w.
The nav departmThereele a uethde of retainigigieriita.h weaver, rding to its own peculiarity. During, ten
The navy department has decided to Tablet home Study Lessons in Cornmon for any case that it falls to cure. Send that sunverallyaaccepted as being iierfect Itearsofpractlcsla experience I, fitting trusses
establish two torpedo boat stations- Branches. ale lessons free. Ad list of testimonials. not only retails the hernia, butllthe most wehavenot found singlecase that we could
oneatandoneatBoston 'trees, I I. HI1ES,'Palatka, Fla. COMFORTAn.E 1 A nsidCNOMICAL a jlJi.nee in u retail ItcSt;@ nd othing tbe convincedbutt
one at Peuacola and one at Boston- *res I alatkaF Address, F. J. CIENEY & CO., Tole. exisu-.t TRUSS to crt E T MEd.
where boits of this claMother's Care. do, 0. 17"Sold by all Druggists, 75 Asia well known most or the ainpliaces for Many of which might be good it they oouhl
alltims.this Imalady are lint -atiofactory t he swearer, only be made tot;ti but experience proves that
,all times. -- ufreindoingniore harmiu thei,, Kgood, anI falint mt 11every ladividiual resitires i lliffereit
a times. Mrs. Reiz, f Bridgeport, Fla., who Are You Uolng to the Comt? entirely to retail, the imerita. Tiuntidsais0 1 shelsid trussa-one peouliarity tf ourtruss is
Delay ti .langerous-wnen you have a it now located in Jacksonville, would Those of our readers who are expect are inro littiita terthei.or thiaticln befitted aur ON.
Cough or Cold, take LEEK'1 PINE like to care for one or two motherless Tth o eder who a expect 1e.sa ii it ean re i thee r f ard rur trusses that cannot be
TAR q YRUP' at once; it will cure children. Will ive them the best of term at the seaside will do well to .have;nenthemundurae itinand nconvenr shad withoutbeatin, asthey ill t hold.
quickly. Peek's Dru Store, Lemon care anda lovely home at reasonable e t thee e w do wel t-WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF--
street opposite court houe. ates. Children must not beles th estimate the advantages to be found at H. R. and Elastic Trusses Suspensory Bandages, Pessarles
street oost court house rates. Children must oot be less than Coronado Beach,oppoeite New 8myrn. and all kinds of Rubber Goods.
It is estimated thae upwards of 10,000 two years' old nor more than twelve. At Coronado the Cnesg base shing n riS t o1 R S.
pine trees on the bessoms & Sykes tur. Call on or write to Mrs. Julia ens the country will be fond, b ing r g S t r e,
pentlne lands in Hillboro county have 1667 Adams street, east Jacksonville, uncelled, ad no prettier be. ARRETT, Proprietor
died as a result of the long drouth. F j uy'29tf be found on the Atlantie cost. Ifyoe J. UAR ETT, Proprietor.
The owners will lose In the neighbor- a*e anticipate gotng away from home PALATKA, FLORIDA.
hoi uo #4,000. A WhLtehead torpedo was recently ant1eIlpaL going m ome ,------ from--h
founudon the beach near the Indian during the summer, we would advise F l or E -
From present indications, considers' River iulet by a man named Head. It yu to write to W.H. Newell, proprietor OIf r f
ble euton will be purchased at High is not his fault that he is alive, ,for he of the Seaside Hotel, Coronado Bre ch, i Id a .
bprincg this season. The market has went at his find with an ax In his aux for full particulars. Postolee address, TIMN TABLE NO. I.l IN KFE'CT MAY 1t, ie1.
already opened and a few sales are re- ety to find out what it was. Luckily it New Smyrna, la. t.
ported. did not explode. No one knows where AnM S. U
Parties around Micanopy are meeting It came from. There may be more like t tlon f oi. s TATIO.
with greatsuccess in the alligator trade. It adrift and it will be well to keep an at phryelas api rableeood i the ............. .............Jmekauvlte...........................
The 'gators are taken alive andshipped eye open for them. mm of the t of ear .................... A .......... .... s
to Jacksonville, where they bring from s o a bais110i s of Mwis s'" ..........- .. .......... ... ..... ........ ......... .
Scents to 1 each Baceka'sAr e a've. Bh The ar ar blee ............. ...... .............
0 cents to 1each. The Beot Balve in the world far Ontb, ythis e6s old osehold remsedyo: .'. Vs .........
as t o h dso to Amiasoernt Se prove that tbscomet..................s..- ...............e...
Mail for Havana is now being sent Brui, ores, Uoers, BSlt Bheam. roewas luiUsel ais ald byildl.ers... .......... A
by way of New York. This mail usu- Fever 8ores, Tetter, Obapped Hand, ...- ....
ally goes by way of Port Tampa and the Chilblains, and all Bkia Eruptto, Dr. Bloom, a noted magnetic healer, .....e.... ... o.s. -.......................
Plant steamship line, but this service and potirely oures Pilem or nopiy re- of ke cuuoty, ha purchased he .... ....................................................
has not as yet been resumed. quired. It is guaranteed to give per- F adge houst-"Pne Castle"-ne De .. ......................... ...... ::::::: P .ugS"'
ft aaoo n ru Fudge hous-"PineCatle"-ne1ar Do ...... ........................
The demand for lumber tn Jackson- feet satisfaction or money refunded LanJand will locate anitanrium there. .. "".......................... ....... ........:...*...... I .....
Price 95 cents per box. For sale by .......will.locat.san.tarium.the......
ville has shown a very encouraging in- Akerman & Btewart Great Improvements are to be made to .. ********** ME. ............................ t ......
crease since the suspension of hostill- the place. ........... .......... ......... ........................: t .....
ties, and the prospect for the continu- .... d E s Co s ........ ..:'" .......................o"""""" """ "" : .****
ance of the demand is yery bright. The Florida East Coast Dnlutge & Mee ntr Vs. Tium. g .....a.............................. ........**........... :::::
Sugar Company has been incorporated H.l.n a stock of Watch and Cloek .......... 21
The tobacco market ha opened at with 52.000,000 capital, I'h. objected Mteria on hand, and wishig to q :, ..*....................*......... "
Quincy. Beside several minor sales, the company is the darnlng n ltg t, ::".. ....* *.................. i ......
there is reported the sale of the large o, lands, erection of uengar mills, gw the follow low pre untl tk i"'s"- ...;::::; :.. ....- ... .
crop of Sumatra leaf of James Barineau Ing of sugar cane, and promoting other used p Wath S d ; Ares ol--mpai "..I:", t *..
to the A. L. Wilson Co. The price dustries agricultural, mechanicalsid apt i e ed, e; BKTWN MiW S MNU OTTA ,wJIH cuiO ,
paid was 3.3 cents per pound, commercial. Headquarters l at 6St. on watches, e 0 to 15 cents. Have bad ., .. ......
Cotton is opening rapidly. and a be- Augustine. The olicers are James 8 eleven enrs expenunne in watsh _' ............. 8
ingbadly damagedby mas. Iftherains Marray, president; James l[ngraham and 1ac maky ., Give me a call I .*** ... ...
continue there ls no doubt but that the vice president; Rufus R. Rose, secret sad be end eavinced AU.... ." .... "
/" crop will be cut down greatly. Besides rv; Gur B. Pride, treuurer. Persods PL5U7v ].Pnn '~HA
o that which h as been trvsted.l liable wishing information should address the Resgiteo Notic*. i W A A A
to be so badly damaged tbat it will not secretary. Mf Putsa
Spring much. Cvtounty Will be pp In my OeB at the
bri much.O1 CURD--O~ -* so houses C0 la'dt for th e
GeorgeI.Russell, theplneapple. ma, Thatnou a orthousela fu'or iuoIdMtB, t th ra 'o
Mama to think that the pineapple bul: T t t w a y gi S!sl otmsitmuem, a Wte .lws-g det.
ness will not soon be overdone. He a N I.. .s... ..L. i... ,,I- -. f ,'K a es.- 0-u
prepertngtopatoutIwslvenres'eaote, h lsIo "1510 pre' ,^.tr^, ", p* Mt^ ,
belie w out h tv *p d>aur pl oe C h o too 2, 1
t '. t ao ae r. Prie .B0B. Ja ly ." "b "M ...... .-
I 4 a, a.- a~ a
THE lM.S-AERALD. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2.
rt-110 B IS ; *)-tI-(t i 55.- It -I
COMMERCEIOFl$TIAGOU AN EASY WALK INTO MANI. m Advises t
0 a Ossew oft s o mw e as f"t eek a
RitdW Cabe ui Of thef r VaWY at"U" off to =mom
S| fAn Anserican aval offoer who m-
EamI aM. of CubG enmtly arrivedOtrnm Mal =a PsthazSro
_gives the following story of the capture: Th re threegeatme
S"Theno Amerlceas practically walked dies that every person with
OMUTIOnlltiU l lADV D Into Manila on Atur ay. Any story 1 of iweak lunt rwith p onsump-
.---. the Spanlartd making a desperate weak lunuor with coasump
Stknow 1 ista iss untreM. Their defense was a tloa itself, should understand.
bliUto M rthe nsa on o usae mAti tr ailtamw ^ mere sham, a formality. All operations These remedies will cure
ye .our n rst sad XsamoAnAf t Arger "welvbl es wAw bmled oto the moth ofhe o about every case in its first
casbea s thanwet 1e. ltsesadt X "if s MUSS as blmto down wit% d t olty. Thi the Spairds hadtwo lio s tages; and mny of those
Maoum ois. tO t S It a r gi am re. Ie mi sell, um oapn, adrei of defense, the frt S trenoh 1n31nt more advanced. It is only
e a ndoug aVM Sl sets Esemsor, Osii lakithing and thathing. parallel with alate river. B d this the most advanced that are
afdulgy I T as, ub e uMi Aaei b tbsIj.d s oete and thatoe doctor. was the Malate fort, with a trench hrnless Even these are.
,O your p ; o athlete ing from one lidte down to the beach. opeless. Even these are
everything -actly A0s the Aes pat ef b rthefee t aret nd the other side Into the abrabbery. The itself greatly prolonged.
right the gPrms of on- der the stars and stipM Seuatagi i msrofa most consumptives. American trenches on the other ide of What are these remedies? .
oa in. t. ribt i o it a aw Se f consumptive dies, the the river were parallel with the Span- Fresh air, proper food and
w ohg andy the reic. tributary te oit Aenn of w d sb odersadm dpronounces ish. After the ships had shelled the ,,
VwIRo E G ieW. te llaton of th om i set pG of _slden Me. A Dis- trenches and the fort for half an hour,
view. The Isolation of the esti e ted that it cureson almost knocking them to plnes, Gen-
of the island c ifriom the otI of cot .s mpon, tf wl Anderson signaled to oe flring. of Cod-Liver Oil with Hyo-
p om pleta. Virtuallythetonlycoaeotiom e stages of tedI "The troop then waded some the pf ljipsp e. Be afraidof
with the populous osntorsa of Bava yisa weaker spot than rive, walked up the beach as It sgoig draughts but not of fresh air.
Matansaa, and A ienfuegos tl by wts,. T'hat spottis the stomach, to dinner, meeting pmctioally no oppo. Eat nutritious food and drink
the distance are mch greater ta s really s to die sition and took the rst trech. The at nuttious food and dnk
a ho trom Janmles Haiti and othl I. The only den Spaniards retired into the aeoond line. plenty of milk. Do not forget
lands Jthefr Anom ll. ByJm ai dtheatrp e acts directly on the The ships shelled this for a quarter of that Scott's Emulsion is the
lands o of the Ani ales o. Bmland m ee t p emand driving out all an hour more. The Spaniards did little : oldest, the most thoroughly
is ralmons out of the question. Consl r. ot medicin, dealers willo t shooting, and then retired into the tested and the highest en-
ciallySatigdo deOitIs ea 112117 hyto take an inferior substitute., walled olty, while the Americms walk. -"'dorsed of all remedies for
Itself.0 4 .?s. tmya wve with consumption.' ed on into the fort and the second eac throats weak lungs and
Baraes, on the north sho the old- a ntye, trenches. A few minutes later a white consumption in all its stages.
set settlement in the new world, land- withemoum e toc m ein flag was raised, and the Set moved c on t-do atldrugiasta.
acres coughs of every kind. ing place of Columbus, wasu Inoluded in told me to than the Lord, do rd the old ity. TheAmer
An ordinary cough disp- the military district surrendered by time had taken half of he first can troops marched on, leaving squads **, e-*t*;S*-*-***e-t*****-* 5:e **
pears in a ingle night. The General Toral toGtneral Shafter. ralt tkes thee battles. rhat we tl I nee ad hered.
racking coughs of bronchitis is its great taple, and large quantities eteteland strong again." the abibs reached the city, they found
arem oon not oomptly a are exported from there. In good time eever constipation isone of the conm. a launch waiting with a white flag
ted.Andiot too far dtplicaft aueaofdisesse, the most perfect raised. All was ov r."ANew YorT
along, the cought of con- there is a daily sailing of frutera, reedy s r. Pierce's Pleasant Pellet s, Journl. oe New York
sumption are completely Guantanamo, east of Santiago, is also a which are alwa a effective, yet absolutely oPrn
cured. port of some consequence, but Santiago mild and harmles s. There never was any Comdes o the ea *
Ask your druggist for one is, of course, the chief city of the terri- plie. 'They never gripe. Have you, too, bana.td at the Chilkoot, -
of tory, ranking normally after Havang That storm locked gate to the golden door
and Matanmas In population., __These thunder built steeipshavewords builtto a m tret Ia
r.Ayer' As the war of 1895-8 went on Santia- And whether s prayed or whether you
Cherry Petrafl go suffered with the reel of the island. o driv etnTel between]
Cherry COral A large production of sugar had been W S ITEM S 'Twee on w it seemed tht a
Plaster, attained, wththhe growth being gradual aft- DS ISeeTS thatwe od eoldn't canA
er the Ten Years' war andt finally tak- TEI.RN LY I Seemed thatOod wn'tthew l w ork
It will aid the action of the ing a spurt. But the devastation of the ave you, too. climbed to the Klondike?
Cherry Pectoral. plantations byone side or the other at Happeninp In Various Parts o ot talked a friend to the fin horned
down the deportation, to almost nothing. etars?
it nat an em it a This has always been the most eonsid- the Country During a Week. With muckluo soon sad with tolpike
a vic ean a.bitsobtaln, erable agioultural product. The com- Has brd es the old n -
wrie sasfly. ou w ei ""ills I heavon built br--whon morning
prompt reply thbt may be of reat merce of the city got to be almost one Throughb Dixe Land. Ib born
oD J.)AA.4welt oU sided. There are no manufntactures, so Wtt 8PtiSasn, Ga., Aug. l1.-The rast'drunk with maiden morna *
clothing and food supplies had to be Democrats of the Fourth oonzressional rom Klotdike's golden hornet **
shipped in constantly. Little or nothing district have renominated Judge W. C fnt read, low voiced, by the north lI Wght Tm IAlu ill' A -
dent out except iron ore. Of course Adameon for iongres. Such sermons as never men msay? ifl
trade of this sort could not go on for-. at sat and sat with the midnahts
ever. t t MuJzatro'sytLa. Ga., Aug. 15.-Hon. That sit and that sit all days
] It Seems likely that the mineral An D. Candler and Hon, F. .. d Has hesrdtheleebeeg'sbomonboomal
tsemth e in wiloe tesaeca it Beat heard the silence, the ro.T,
JAPAN I wealth of the province will become its B on will open the stato campaign l Thu glory uf uod, th gloom? Tampa and
pI chief resource, although agar should here on Sturday, Aug. 20. Then come to y .. ,. m oldr- Key W
under present conditiotiu remain inipor- Mo.T(Ta)ic il, Ala., Aug. 10 -Thl Aye, cumei to imy h-art, and to stay
s U E nt. There are many stourics of the in- offioial return *how the majority lo ror better crusader or bold ler
A New and Complete Treatment, coUsistitg of exhaustible wealth of the motintalus .the Democratic state ticket in the e.eu BAred n eer bret to up a ory w
SUPPOSITORIES, Capsules of Ointment and two that stretch along the backbone of the tion on Aug., to be about 0,0JO.I yo n ours d a
Boxes of Oi .t. dA neveralnk csre for Piles Island to its eastern end. Cubans be Cl ALad, N. 0., Aug. 11.-Th Tom daled the basthd 1 o
Ot(everytatureandIdegres. It makes asooperatics,
with the knife, which s painful, and often rsu lieve it to be a veritable El Dorado. The North t Caaia Banrkers' assoiatio at evn e man destrn it l. n
diear e W rit s ntee I fact is clear that its iron mines can be holding ts eod annual ouvetiot A 15-At
$1 Box. NoCure, No Pay. o.and a box,6 fo, worked wiith profit. American capital here. Prominent tankers from aill oves eo, a little lumber hamlet milesouth
$5. Sent by mail, Namples ree has demonstrated that. The Juragua the state are present. boro, a little mber hamlet 18 miles
OINTMEN1T, l*e. and 50. Iron company, with eight or ten minespeast of this place, battle occurred be. Line
CONSTIPATION Cured 'le near Fermes, back of Siboney, and the Biax nia, Ala., Aug. lS.-Till twn a sheriff's posse and 8 negro through
great LIVER and.STOMACH REGULATORand Spanish-Amerloan Iron company, with lism Coghlan, am employ of thbe gamblers, as a result of which Ave of he
tLOOD k URIe: ER. Small, mild and ph'sn a large shaft a few miles back of Bai. Southern rtUwy shops here, was shot the latter were killed outright, three fa
duses j a ceaitt, quir, have made large shipments ofand fatally wounded as East -lake by tally wounded and several othel die.
FREE.-A vial oftheaefamouslittle Pellets wI ore to the United States. It goes chiefly y. Oahooc. a bookkeeper. abled.- Sheai Fisher was painfully r
Ve Tiven with a $ fiox or more of Pile Cure
OTICnw-TeT GNUIN, E. H JAPANEs PIL. to Bethlehem, Pa., to be mixed with Mo oope uri, Ala., Aug. ll.-The wounded in the head and two of his
Lva for salouly by the native product, but is used by other oottom aop in this state bhas bee deputies crippled. -
ACKERMAN& STEWART. big steel companies. greatly damaged b the protracted rainy BRUMSWIC. G., Aug. 10-Enginser
Some of the most important iron and season. Plants m sheddig badly and George P. Heelep of the Southern Mrail. Ask
s steel interests of the east are joied In rust has appeire ia many places.
own vessels to transport the ore. At
Miss KATE LUCAS, o f"- '"i... .. ......eo. 'r
M KA LBsiquiri is alarppier from whichthe go yl wer on Au. u-
MILLINERY o .. y pdV "URhY ""D ..".a t-T .a. ,W.
hold of the ship,. bTheurucompany SSn t i 2y r ow e onAug. 4.
nd Fancy Goods. ,its la teing nn o a wife should M w eow about the p rite the General
Has inestock an elegant and dilversi. thecity. %reit ships are loaded. & 46160 ,L gA hltrfl society ht astal and wife should lkow about thc pre.
ed line of all oods pertain b r in the mines is $1 a l day Spanish m ed tm we daystw s eion here paration that for half a century 1- g-t f e m
be Millinero fBusiness money. The distance from tidewater is = 'Pope Brown was re-elected pret.Agntfor Infeg-atL
Exprl ed Northern TrimmerIn small,otaconditionaor t e ana i g "l.ltt ones into he world witho dutio fo chapb
hnrie of "'Trn,nImn"thleaieartmeU. production of the ore. The.in ,whoa da pgerandoe. ,.hon Into t orld ,wnhone B. Coffin, LAft
A PKCIALT ull nIrtmeni. ,,i are conducting these mines ae of such Oo ltin, Mi., Aug. 11.-Mllouk danger and the tunjred and one>
*TAMPED NEN f OOD K anl EM wealth and of such ability that they Walker, a aegro charged with uang i discomforts and distractior.ns Iwserli suptsat. hes' W i
HRvin eepted the Ancv for thc portunttui of peace and a stable, fair by a mob ad his body is swingiug frona Is applied externally, which JACKSONVILLE.
UTTERICK PATrl~RHs<. I ant iw government. a telegraph pole on -ilmore street, t is the only v'ay to get relic.
repretd to ll allorderld. fur this c .e Manganese also promises well. Ar-. th emtrnl ptof the cit. Medicines taken internally
rated pattern, rangomente had all been made to work FwaalEoh, Sy.. Aug. 18.-All of
Call or wnte to me for Ps-lnto' a mine of this when the war began. fte state laial f this stase unite a will not help and may
eet. KATE L. LUCAS. The preliminary tests gavd indications a elaborate ele triu to President o -Temult in harm.
*..- of excellent returns. Doubtless it will inaley and lensetary Day, uonugrata.
l"WANT ? U ATIO ? need only the. settlement of political lasting tihem an he declasisn of peate. 9
AN31" M InesS, no ncertainties to see the machinery go- following their splendid manage t S
S Si ae ing. ih 1 inne i north of Santlago and et the war. s
6t is connectedwith it by rail. p ATAn A Th Bth
too, is known to exist in the 1mo0 ,a e"y h. a"t theS tae ri
Indeed a louq range is known a the tl raml roa mta o ai ion far Mperised t o
1 ID Cobr. In thb p sat high price d6the increase mss to eimbndpps he corpupaea p every k
VV 1 I M m d the largp aproo fom the ta IS war tax .. eats.. Tahe organ, t r cle and
mines of it In the DUnied stMlts it is oeamiim will consider the apkao,. body o l y for
r & Al* t eartain that capital wf i mk ivt, ttoc en Aug. ,\ the critical hour. It
Li, t I el tn this hamtt .f the 5 t RAat,. Aug. I-.- W th a.I robschilW.birth of its
Co.r .r.b and Le.ni. Str t, about the deposit t iof 1 an tila 1 Monusst aneIm baa been tortrs and pain.
wihfeno t-n, ,a Rut saop r will e-g-Ag th1 7-1 as1114 de% s5 f. -WUBM U. .t
.. fh t] (p se*seei a s of er lt emit Dtm r' nations doouo, ,be. A BIndVCIyB ACCIDNT,
We,.. tf. t .l e e t h ( tbne, .abe gatao iy in ub.iolptams 8$1. bl t g d the wh:oe or a a e of extiaeton. or bela g oe-
Wm?5a ? muopret i: h uCagaid st.esgeasit c K Ag h aprp... wetike by bes. souldstwa h pre a
ricn ., in ge e ,,' .-. ,m,,,..e. ae, la.ds wee-wonder. Nsns, V I- a k a l e se a 1e s .saam prues. afihk,,eer high -r.de I W.Duev
rtamantip tMhen t _^t" t 1th~plage Gap sd Me coaches as wh to | l pa
alous elmt H 5il"'Pssl' Spe sn P sd s d I*whkiM ri estt eak laehest, W g'" i p t (0$l pWk tu ,hi-rske cl dth market Ot iusglsiahl
Ltail r -T. uWm i t I ametell-ad. steek of weasuim
t ruting Kfin~l sp,,o p .o t-. ,, 5 11 W,U M SW pp., a, l as a ev ui& g
js. ., a
",THE TI MES..
., r Y'~
OUR GOU iTYEDI tS T. euni i ''
yD %aS sual benifl iary di*sh 4 A-isdiinec & c o o
---.wwwww, paye M. members .iOper 4
"asI of # 6 tdt d f '-
-- ~ ,.. re.t h S l- t,,," .'M ,,> .t. .Paper Bag'-
POM"ONA,.Aug and i, O M .&s. rid ib Bull ,.erlal,
John Cookahli Herbert jerry were fortooayensit1 ,t,-o"-- t.us__. ot '- "
Mrs. J. H. Earms pot severaM l days funeral epenset and a pensio i Ofrlge BOxes,
with her mn in PalUika, recently, per mouth thereafterforoit q atl u '"
trooing Monday, years. This plan of payilog y monthly, .
Mr. Ibtibti.t,wliohnhbeenseriously pavmentP i tegoiiped to bh the best
Ill, ,haa ecuered snmqwhat, and loft aid safest way qf leaving uppit fo. W
Tuedaiy for ibe coat. We trust the oue's family, be coeItaL i be lost i W l8 lU n U0 I l
change of air wil' be benollcia to his or stolen asis too often the case when
health, and mayi he enjoy his shore the entire sum Is paldtind(a1t. I1also AGENTS y
visit. enabsa the Oer to meet itsoblig- A. Mowefn and Reaping Machines
Mr'. Blurke, of Saisuma Heights, I tIonl at all times without extra s8e- aes PALATKA. PLORIDA.
vidting Mrs. C. A. Knowlton. ments, and failure is imposiNb.e There N
We regret p'acing H.A. Iertv on the are two degrees, aid the fte for eatchbs '
sick list, He i suffering from tm.larl'l $ The dues are s fol ow: T H O
fever, but we hope to learn of hil re. lbeordi at r per b hnd Suprem Te- K R TO M A S,
cover soon. vced 2k-, per monthand 8upremeTem- ALJ AWD BWAIL DBAL 1......
covery.soon. pedeac.dbD I&L D]ILNE INI......
pie dues acco ding to the following lit
H. A. Curtli. 'ler spen"diug a few ohi of rates: to "i t oM"
days with his fuily, kift Mudaiy morn. 21 to 30 viar iof .ag, .1 00 L.Ieto mmli G rOCOri4 e ry Cn ,
ltg for Live Oak. 30 to 35 1 25
Mi.Wthe made a business trip to 35to40 1 50
Patlatka (in Monday. 40 to 46 w 1 75 Tinw are,
Miss LUtieOrusteadl kavesTbuisday 46 to 50 4 2 00 Wo n W illo W e
tor Fountaln Cit', Tenn., where she is 50 to60 ** 2 W OOd 1 W W are
to attend ita business college. Her de. The dues remain lthe oanmW' ia long W '
patuie will be regretted by all, but we the member remain in the Oder.
wish her all Mkiccess andl hip)phii. at A peilon qualified to biea in eiler ol
college, and a pleasantt journey. thii idr iiImust bea wvhitem Mheweeil l nP
Mies Si'e ,,ioflitner, of Paltlln. was l e ages 1of 21 and (0 yar,,t o, oal 16 Leiillel Striet. Palatka, Fliftda.
the guest of Mrs. C. A. Knowlton "sev inI tal kittieter, of ouind prtyst ,Iad 'i ei.i
eral days ruce.ntly. i itl ci ,onditiion,and cup/,ile ,t e. i---
The iast two Sunday evenimrs the o a !iviig for himself 6,,ud tainlv. Spot. Cash tor.1of.
youI'iFor further information appi.> totony 4. h-
young people's meeting, hai not been m Imber fhe Order i, P ,lati., to Hgheit market price poid fur
held, on iccoutit of rainy weather. II. b lle, ft upe; Ore gar i z n rav M ryto h
Mrs. Tucker, of Palatka, ihas moved Aiugustine, Fla. .JFFERIES% & srTEARA,I
here, and is keeping house for Mr. Pen. Fruiilanid, lhorida. rt
dleton for the present. United States vs. Spain. Write U4 for information.. edq rte" FeW ..
YANKEE GUIIIL. r.
If ycu hIve be.n ok you la ,II Feb 15 battleship p Maine .04,0 BabyCarriage.all kinds C L O T H IN G
Hood's,Brasparll's the beot mnediclte Total..................4,08,0J Tinware at auction,
you enO take tj give you appetite ed11 r. Clothing, Dry Goods. entS F urn ishinr y ,
strength +May1. Rein ,Christina.. 1,000,000 iS i
iSTE, Castil.ia........... ,ow Hats, Shoes and Every
-LLIS vasco.......... oo0,00o thing at auction prices. A nd T ailorin g.
TO-- LtDon Juan de Ulloa 1,00,0 33 yards Yellow Horrne .
nilbTEB, u-30. ." 1on Juaande Austria M0,0000
Mrb. W. 0. Livingston and mother Ilade Cuba........ 4o0,00 SpUn for$1. All at LEMON STREET, PALATKA,,FLA.
have gone to (;Gaesvi'le for a visit. lal& de Luzon. ... 450000 The Racket Store.
3. C. H,,lly. of Miami, was here last Quiro ......... 100,000
Sunday. Mrs. L., who has been on a Villaobos......... 100,000 W A
visit here, returned w;ith b'm, Te gunboats (?) SI'ECIAL MASTER'S SALE. W A RL
fTiNIrstu) NER AND BY I ruEn A DECKIl
Jesei a faies aly, of 0:a'e rtcla wu I0,r00 F00 or Lostrsa sale. ndermdi nthm
sseiea fiyOe Tot6en unboats second, Circuht Coun of the Ith JudiciltC irocut, of
uebatrndth tate ofl ioul, for ..00 On.nty. bt' t ... WHOLESALE...
Lake, are hert on a visit class o,000 He0 .W. A. bio.ker, J~ 2 ldT LLsd
Mrs. Chliuous.i here frum Mal ion Li.,zes take near Cuba .... 4.0C3,C30 t.ih^ .o da Hay Grain FloPr Meal Grits
cunytvon a visit to her molter, Mrs. 1,,y : Infanta Maria Teesa3,000,00 John 1. ,Duane. ,,a t. rfa i t H
liMount. v.eay .......... o.co0 ime.i Isi. t i front .I. Orangee Box and Building Material..
Moss T.trer i pluLtin, up u, a cat lit- Allmiraute Oqueu lo P,750,000 Putor. In alabtka in i ty otf r o ..en v ea
tie house. C itobel Colon.... 3,500,CW00 K te AO SIPVrKMIeER3A. I.911. 1l ge -t
S Samuel King ;id lluisa up a co.y Iletina Meicides ... 3C'3,000 li R tstegilhom,,sfsaleonthatday.a lofthe Bradley Fertilizer Co.,
four-room cottage. Toroedo boat Firor .20.000 .ndlb.latheouatyof Putnam, mad gdtut Williams & Clark Fertilizer Co.,
Mies Mai' Blount ii visitingg with Torpedo boat Pluton 200,C30 Be LOt loe. sv(7) of*i"Jac s"T.si Ray& Fickett Schooner Lin
Mrs. Sleep at Lake feorge. Guohoat Joro .Tuan 100,000 diion we st s ntllin .m w York to Paltk uDirect)
Mr-';' To B. __ Tc(10).south, of ,guise TwftY-,, (S) eas, PALATK -FLORIDA
ll. v. Mr. Conway, Baptst, preached -a ., o W- PAaLATK FLORIDA
here Sunday. He announced that on Totalconvean............. .o es of c gt s reords .In
his next viitt-the fourth Sunday in AN EDITOR'S PLEASURE. roomCoB. J n. aucKwNLL.
September-he would conduct a series The e h o.p l. PETITION FOR LICENSE..
of meetings. For instance. If you publish joke awth 1i r A p1'O"I ," .- "0T*rnH HNoRAoLKn BOAIRD OF COUNTY COMMISiblONIRS, PITNAM COUN11
EIRImtSE. whiskers on them, some w'l may that h- .FLORIDA:
you should be in a lunatic join' f you T AD W, he undersigned voters of Precinct No. fourteen (14) respectfully request
---BOiE, Aug. ,. don't piint something to *il!e at, they ofU tfreooureaJ vn or Honorable body to grant un o Thos, M. Rayv, ageui, license to sell Ales.
IsE hAg 3. prsMg 1cforOf0. W0 oes aWnd ssSpirituou s Liquor s in said Preinct No. 14, for the year commencing.
MLyOSE, Ag. 30 you re pessimism fops l. f yOoi of the 5Maw of S0l. UKmstta eningSetmer1t1. 8 0:
Meeting st he.the lion. W. A. Hook, oOet1er lot, UN and ending keptenser 401h, 189():
The Voung people' mee at spread yourself and write a good o.;g;- the 1th day o. NA ESSE.
Baptist church last Thurodav evening nal attcle, ,eTy wPI say t is stole.. If N teoI an i t, and Willia NESSsP.S
Ho u s e t -iefe n d la n t. w i lt a td i tpu l le ,ci't a s i f I t.... .... ........... .. .... D L H ad d o ck W 8 N aul e t
was well attended, you reprint an t .tole.t4ey say you can't tlo tfor cashto 6 .t bidetr. Hat W3ddock. ............................ ..J. WNugent
The repairs to the Hoffman houteae are te. Ifye I y a deserving word for d sldeoenyo a.oa .id tbce B.roows....................... .. .S ick
t completed. lend, you .fro a plerl; tifyou com ruWrr itMOi 4T OcoIbR, A. D.UK M HS wt ..... ...............M2s...... JesseIurts
1=.as m. t. .i a S U. (look. ................... 1 TM sy JoesX Burts
r. McRae and Miss Claude MeROe pllment theladles,the men ate jealous; SS .3 DheI o g ........*.......................... ty JaNauirts
returned from Iteir trip to middle if you don't, the verdllct of th ladies is '' eoe4bnNedpe am Ma ....., ............... ... IW Clark
:torgla. to the effect that your paper is not fit 'tmhewooprkM ^ T ............ .......-, ms-y
Rev. Klg preached in the Baptist to use no he constnotion of a bustle. .sa"OaN-11. 1"-1x g iWork
y ,) vou arsquande:ngyormon1ey: l.you .at.............at....... ...... r
Mormonism in Fter(dto' wear good clothes, youea ar a e afnd j. dS mY F.................................. Keua T w Cayk
i ,ate0r D *asD. *.*. ...... .. TM tn
The Latter Day Sant, s, do y tor themlady. Ifyoula ook seedy t. j ....................... T itn War
place in Flot ida: i h. der. s .; if you win, you are a In born. o DA ................ o P A ............. ark
on, Live Oak, in'Jefferson county; and is it goe through one nual V h. Persaily peeredd before in Thomas M. ay t, who. t duly
MBrtol n Libery coaT; Mt. Zion, Co- rouudo lthppeyompllatilonl, and when ~ I rwor to sp the truth, deposes and s ......tha he.........heap......t entoned
ThelumaltrcouoDntayStael 6oont. ydou(ytorheso, ome w'll fnd fault in a lbov. and g-ll n ;g.pe tio that ea ery aall Te aarmla bt
now haye ch e places og have M ony an m a a ndad at tkyouy name or mmlVzed to aid petition or appleation, was the st and deed
soy choose Oak, n Jeffou county; and i of the person purportien to sign the sm, and that there was o fraud, bribet duly
Bristbolihed at the olow plaM n, oCoss roud tofa lasiappyua om orpliteepton nprennguchiature. or nae; ndtoatll mentionedr
whtabished at the no llh mbws ee of L Plthat, Porida o nes wee obtele ae r Jue 18aa and t Jat at accordsoce wilt the revision
whr a t.nc f of the regstrato lists heretofore made and in existence 68 that tnme an8d a6w.
county; Madsonvt.le, tsta couony; o l te,.Mab a. Wi protein all Jta add Pedem Sworn to ubeerbed before me th 39thd A f A t A. li
QutVey, Gadde. oRuty; Middlebarg, ] N, Jt,, o, ,e ".
Clay county; Coe MUlls, Liberty Ount; '
Duvsi Statson, Dasal coautT ]benu. W.AVRY, .
mteIr, Columbiascountv.r<-tacet *T, ,B O N-lL -Il AT It, e a ,t t4
.The epl e e s aUo dRTInaY Ae eH54 BITtERDnklIn
B.y;nelneww. loaaIe l yea.d deadi uw ,
; ,.-O, in5 .... I ti t
* o "'.'. ,a*, e ', -" '" l' ,"' l" .
,* 1. ,".* l .o1 1 Is a o. r n b
minwIA.. I 080 0 "V arose ""re -*.