Group Title: Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)
Title: The times-herald
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Title: The times-herald
Uniform Title: times-herald
Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Times herald
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Times-Herald Co.
Place of Publication: Palatka, Fla.
Palatka Fla
Publication Date: September 9, 1898
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 1, 1893.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -67th year (Sept. 18, 1936).
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 1, no. 37 (Feb. 16, 1894).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00086614
Volume ID: VID00123
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33475274
alephbibnum - 001917709
lccn - sn 95047304
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Preceded by: Palatka weekly times
Preceded by: Palatka herald
Succeeded by: Palatka times-herald

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UCA.LDWU ft l afO^ AN BMINBNT UPS BNpB. E Rs. W. A. Reekr, a. f this lr- ANOTHEBR PALATKA BNTBRPRIZB I ......* .^ S
Judge llelp D BVVkli PassflD* v arelrtU ,sti ApicatiesarCharte WISbseh -* dedie a
I-- tahtM r r. "CO.feem'Ikocin P'rd"'lCMICo ra. '
Paragraphs of Local nd Per.. A am o JU Wth'.OA /0 u il B pi bd
known then Sor ob D. ]ewe GAzo oe, eot ven tie most sheptaia, ane
SOnal Interest, wa notexpected Aw'v, and lal it S.J. H.njUar, doubt. Car manafa dag t odatrias. ,
\ __ was aanouned that e hald paied to Commttitue. are not only rapidly $rrawna ino num.
Short, Snappy Stories About t e life beyond. The thand service T la br be ut in bulnsuimunstada. .
S Short Snappy a tore About Mt were held at the reldenee ofhis broth. The latest entrpnu is the Palathka
in Palatka andPutn un. er on the eights 8:80 Bnday after pleaa d p fet oopereA Company, plation for
ty, for Busy Readser, ,te Nd were conducted by R e. W. wt whirs ladles may use Syrup of
ty, for Buy Rad d we conducted by Be W. gandeil onditions makes it their charter of whl will be made about the
I H. Mai t, of the Methodi t ourech. vorte remedy. To get the tre ad i t of October. The purpo e of thso h
The interment w s ti West View coms gMnoaeartoleellook forthenameof the concWm is to be the manufacture and
P L.aJ. Chsnova retu rnel to Timpa lt eterynd lneommitnlg the rmalnsto Oslfor aP Byrup Co, prted ner sale of barrels,buckets, tube, orates,sn
Saturday. their flnal resting place, the impresave the bottom of the pakig. Por ,sle by ail other things connected with and per.
L.C. Canova and family returned hurial service of the Veteran Assocln aU dlruitst taumIag to a general ecoperage and
this week from Daytona, where they twn was used. woodenware busineon. The eapsal
have been stopping during the heated A large number of friends and per- l lbham Caps Hands stock of the new organ'saton t paid
term. sonal acquaintances, together with The Grlaham Hotel changed manage. up, t1,000. divided into e hares of 6100 v uusM*hePeo..lvak.a
Messrs. E. J. and John Smi oand delegation from thq bar association and me8t last week, the former manager, each. with a privilege to iccreassig to
their families, left Sunday for their old the society of the Blue and the Gray, A. J. Reynolds having been succeeded *10,000. Theienorporator are Messrs. -
home in Cincinnati, Ohio. to spend a paid the last token of respect to the by Mrs. M. ,W Blarchardt. The Gra. A. E. Wllison. Martin Grilfn, lr, H. BRIEF PENCILINOS. .
month. eminent jurist by followingthe remains ham is one of the most popular hotels BardSi, Parker A. Smith, George C.
Mrs. Hliughton has returned from to the cemetery. In the state, and we have no doubt that Johnson, and F. R. Studenburg. and J. M. Cannon, of Fiancisetwau n the
Jacksonvirllewhere she has been spond- The pall-bearers were George L Fox, Mrs. Barnhardt will not only keep it up the ofllcers are: Parker A. smith, oes- city Tuesday. -
ing the summer with her daughter,Mrs [L. Crutchileld, J. E. Marshall, G. P. to its past reputation among the travel, ident; H. Bardin, vice.prelsident: Geo. W. S. Cone, of San Mateo, was in
W. 0. Wer Fowler, if. Y. Snow, and M. 1. Coxe log public, but will materially increase C. Johnson, secretary and treasurer towu Saturday. ,
Mis. Frank C. Boyleston, wife of the Judge llackwell was a Virginian of its popularity. Tui TI.ES.HERALD not only hearti- D.E. Peacock, of intrchen, w
Florida a;ient t the Coist Line railway, the old school, well educated. a entle- The new manager informed a TMFa- ly wishes buto predicts success to this D acock n erlachen, wa
droptied d(a in a New York drui store man in the true sense of the term, and HEALD reporter that many new fur- new enterprise. Thelncorporatorsand in ralatka ''uesdav.
lest 'Tu'eslda/. an able jurist. He came to ?alatka a nishings would be put in at once, mak- oteicera of the corporation are among L. J. Canoa was in town Friday vi-
latka Tuesdlay en route to Fruit!aud. here, and vwa looked up to and highly pointments. She expects to add many have pluck, enterprise, and, what ts sheriff Hagan went to Ormond Sat- '
She has been spending some time in respected by our citizens generally, new and pleasing features, and stated most important, capital to push the in- urday to spend a few days.
Baker county. Having traveled and read much, and that the young people of Palatka would dustry to a succesetul end.
The body of a colored man named being endowed with an excellent me e- always find the Graham ready to wel- M. W. haiford, of San Mateo, ralaed
George 'Ta lor was found near Brown's ory, it is sale to say that he was the come them when they desired to give Whodoesauotknowwomenaudyoung an 4.-lb. pumpkin this year.
landing Weduesday mornaug. Taylor best informed mau in the community, hops and other kinds of amusement, girlswhoareconinualily in tears? Who G S. Browning, of S rancis, was in
was drowned. In fact, the writer has ofteu heard him We wish the Graham all the success e always see the lark sid ? Who have the city Saturday on business.
Among the visitors to the city Tues. referred to us a livia u encyclopedia, a it deserves, and can assure the public freqlntfli'.Dofelanohollywithoutany e
day was John Hancock, of Bostwlck, termcertainlyapprop, ate. Duringthe thtt it will be run in first-class style. apparent ese? Theltelligent pLy h F. Baker, of l ten lacen, was in
sicsan will know that it is sunde de- town Wednesday on business.
who is a county commissioner and at- civil was he held a position as first liu- Was Broken Down. rangemeut of the complliateid and del '
tended the September meeting. lenant in company A,I 7th Virginia in- i have taken Hood's ar ete tfelleorLan. The yotug l Min Ltlle Andendrson s holding a
a Until further notice, the steamer fastry and served with gallantry th for blood poison, rheumatisa.and bro- suffers, bodily and mentally, in tlenee positi an at Cockrane s book store.
Crescent will leave J tcksonville Mon- Pickett's division in the memorable bat- ken down system. I was a'o suffering There Is undue weariese, anerxpaeted A. L. hls, of High Springs, was in
days and Wednetdayvand Crescent City tie of Getti sburg, and was one of the from an alouratrd ankle. Hood's Bar- pain, unremonable tears, and fi's of Pal ,tka this week visiting friends.
Tuesday and Thursdays. few survivors of that gallant division. aptril.a ha. greatly relieved me. It temper. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pro- A. E. Wilson, of the Wson Cypress
udg Blcwel had been suffering mde me feel stronger from the first srpton exert a wonder p r company, spt nday in yton
MisKae L. Lucas will leave f re or n or less for several mouths, but the dose and I believe it has saved my life, over woman's delleatye orpanlsm It I an P pin t y ls Da oa.
New York next week to select her fall fatal attack was only of about a week's -HollNa A. Cooley, Sgar Valley, Ga. au invigorating tonio and is speei Carl Whipp, of Interlachen, has ac-
Sand winter mllinery stock. She will be duration, nud was a complication o fte. Hood'4 Pills cure nausea, a ck head- for the ipenllar weaknesses, irrgnulart- cepted a position with C. E. Bowton.
away about two week. ver and dysentery. He was about 60 hhe, billilonness, Indigestion. Price tles, and painful derangmeWts of wo- The W. C. T. U. met yesterday after-.
The board of county commissioners years of age. ontg.ac man. Caselelts, e.ty-aoino doetows fre- es.
held their September meeting Tuesday. Among the immediate family who quently treat their women tnts fornon at the residence of Mr. Cairn
The proceedings will appear in a later survive him and mourn his loss are a Republican County Convention. bilousnees, a erviusnTss, dyppepls, W. H. Cook, of Pomona, was looking
sasue of ThIE TIMES-HERALD. bother iu this citv,another in Alabama, The Republican convention of Put- liver or kldn-y trouble,, when the real over the Gem Ciy this week Tuesday.
The premises ofPalatkpubi c ootwo sisters in Virginia, and one in nam county re*assembled at the court slokness latn the orgnsdsilnetly fen. Miss Mary Whipp and Carl Whipp.
No. 1 are bemig cleaned up and placed scool Tenessee. houe Tuesday. The question of plac- nmine, and no .a come i ntl teter n, were in tow Monday.
* in nice condition for the open:ng,which At a meeting composed of the mem- ing in nomination a county ticket was are mie pere' tly strongte Prript on A wooen, block e dewalk in being .
takes place flrst of next month. ben of the Palatka Bar, he.d at the of- dtisessedand the following ticketnom, eod. 2i o nts in one-cur stamps to laid in front of the Methodis church.
Dr. B. E. Morgan left yesterday for loce of Messrs. Davis & Hilburn, on the inated: World's Dispenaary Medioal Aola- o e trne Mn y fm
D r. B. E. Moran lepects to perdaytce th of September, the following pro. For Senayor-S. W. Rowley, of San tion, Buffalo, N. Y., and relive Dr. Mrs. I. Meyer returned Monday from
Tampa whceeding were had : sMteo. Plrsce's 1008 page Cosmon Beas e Med a vit of several weeks to Asheyllie,
his professor as a lawyer in the future. On motion, Hon. It. W. Davis wau For Legislature-D. A. Lattin, of ieal Adviser, Illustrated. o .
Here's success to you, "Doc." elected chairman and Jon E. Marshall, Federal Point, and Andrew Carleton,of The steamer Be.le will soon he
Miss MTate Parks, of Birmingham, Eq., secretary. Como. aHot di s followed be oy l night wit ll placed on the 'aaitke-Pleolata mail l
arrived in Palathm on Wednesday, and The chairman haylng briefly stated For Treasurer-.Edw Kirby, of breed lt In the y s that o ilt route.
has accepted a position i o the milliner the object of the meeting to be the Fruitland. oot or rostve. Priao kly Ash Bltte for kpli yd mthe returned Fridas ftoa
ttabllabhoent of Misl Kate Looe. poanuneat of a commilfae Irom the r e the stomach, 0lver.and bowels well reg. three weeks' visit to relatives In Cia-
Mrs. W. 8. Nagent will conduct the members of this ber to prepa e remlu- Pom ector-Wna. L Yat of s toted l eisnai1.l
photohrephre business of her late bus- tions of rle pees on the de f u da- For. Colleqtor-W. L. Yatest of In' uited.cey nnutl, wn d

pho raphic buinll of hupper emon a brother n the pof on, terla Sold by Ackermanu Stewart. Attorney Henry Struns is beck from
band. Her w aller o n upper Lemon D Resolutions endorse the action of aesesse Et ao mess sind Wqm. hias trip to England. He says he had a '
street will be open In a few day. John D. Blackwell thereunpon on me. oMreeional oovenllon. *** and ** w l1i This good ime.
tion, the chair appointed Meenrs. Bnj. eth e and oongreeaiona i osuo e d mneUn me.re
The congreasonaleampait o will open P. lhonlee, Geo. P. Fowler, ond t h Jf Oisa were dn ed. ow Ii dt ieclysePesci tieol dayd be
the later part of this mouth. Dr. e.n. Hilbarn as ach BemittswIodr0e A campaign committee was appoiat- M eseoo we spadinfonda tei eda a nmbehroh
Crll is chaErman and J. D. Calloway t and presented the follow i g prrable ed, nad it was ann oweoued sthat the party ionh.p iandrec he D.edh a ndsat o
secretary of the executive committee. and resolautons, wrhiet wereedopted: tMam coty w ld wa a vigor te a etyse o s eo r *
Rev. N. Woodworth, of thet eonnty, Whereas. Death has receally d on ea pI W a wrm aS em -i a.r aA Monday was Labor Dy, a legal holl-.
o now at theOmaba (Neb.) exhibition, from the courteof earth to the hblh and Alled D5Mth. One of the colored employs at the day. It wes observedby the bankoad -
An interting letter fro him pub- final oounrtf eternity o, oa. Thomas Keating has recilyed the sad TIgbhmaa mill had his left arm badly post ofle.
lashed in another column of this paper. John D. Blackwe-l, wh was one latelllgnce by wire of th death of his laerated by a sa Monday morlng. C. A. ey, of Fruitland, was a th
Mrs. C. J. Garrett went to Otcallast ot faithfulness to dutn wbetever wife's brother, LoulsI owof Frait- city Saturdayu, and paid a plent vi
week to visit her husband who s in the sphere he was called pon to act,whe t on land, who 4ied Wedebay in Jacoon- o*rn i al s u recovered his two to this oAroe.lesna
drug business there. Wh regret to hear er a citize, or a is older, lawyer, or vil. The telegram stated no parties- goats that dsappeard last et. The on.
that the family will soon move to Ocat judge. And Irs, but t thought that thedeeth was Moots had no dea of ke ping them. Charles Hardngtaou, an employ. at
Whereas, It is ftt that we ould sadden. The deceased wa out eltrton books the, Wilson's mill, is co ed to his hpe
Misses Louise and thel Mahone, of pause i our strggles and contests of years of aep, and bad ld at ~toulsnd preimoots in ithe county wilt be open oU n.
Valdosta, Ga., who have been vstitng this lite, to do honor to the mer of all his life, and from wihleh place the Mo dy and Friday of each weak. M. J. Mur l and family are home .
the aunt, Mrs. B.T. Flowers, returned onqwho has fought the battle nobly and fumal wal take place to-day. from apleant at On e ll
Bertha Flowers. eternal sleep, the ore tTaied o doB of Po oiy Ash Bittern and other ur pointss' .-tr ,h i a a
Capt. Lucas' steamer, the Eulalxia, Resolved, That in the death of our woll feel bright and violou oset mobn spenthe Wedat esday t Ne w a re y sand
whneh was wrecked in the storm at8s-a esteemed b other, Hon.6 ohn D. t* h- Aied It will e lr m yea v ig opous and o1Pon d Beach.
vannh last week, has been floated, and well, De bar of Palatkw as ce 0 one l of lheal.y pwllisueeyouethaybowelo a dprovnrnad
the los wdl not be as heavy as ws at t. brightest, larfed, and useful r on po petite and dlgetion nd Iresed J. owe, of Keula, was in td ir
first thought, bers, and an able and consollos ot ey of body and brai. Friday and S turday lookhnog 'fter hi
George W. Bell, Jr., one of Welaka's Judtp. ,ent business odery ia Orlando. Itbetstlme latngdinhaebeaaselts real atate nterests.t
most prosperous and w prominent iti- Resolved, That we tendon the I te Palatbe popety pteferrnd. revivsing tloneae is natua, heone We reeived a fraternal w tl Wtial
orsposerustinothecity eay pronmbiness. reaved family ot our deeee J brother pemsnlns o day from John U Harris pnbl.ldl

Mr. Bellisaveryaffable entlemanand oursmicerutsympathy itsho o Two elesr Chiwo lotS. Make bold byAkerman & Sewrt. mIoroa oetatSt. lrsbels.
hs scores of warm friends i Pala their great bereaement, sad e m* ofr. F. C, Uoehrane left Mateuday on a A thre-masted schooner wse It pert ;
Somebody is going to get hurt. It Resolved, Ist a copy of thse .a Other property for ex b tnee nrit o Cn einnti Cev thas weak tak ong e a cargo jel
may be the rndr of a wheel, orltmay lutioa be peiad to the equity of What have -y, o r pc laber at the 0.5. A ., dook. ,
be the reckless fellow who is ama ing our decened b ro a o y ta d' oitepr.parBt has ew r don. Macus Loeb has return i f ie
himself bo'scatter)jn tarks and brken ,oo itne LD ootJ AV aAc e many people so meou good as uood m r outing asWdnit WtuW a .Wa. i,
la the pete f nted bybicy- s ,,_ opy "o hp to ., PA. arll, AmeriOa'. p.atnd med. otherpol.ts lahs -e a aoth,,,-.

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In enlarging our domains. woth ve 4r4001 It savi both time ad labor
To begin witlit, we shall hkereafther ,f tb Id s tt
give our battlehipigplbespeed, t et NA GAU Plis, Aug. T.-MiNss ad gives ilt that please.
er coal endurance and a larger ratip of Winnte Davie, daughter of Jeferso g =IL I L AMN M91M,.
plated surtace. Of the value of battle-., Davisis seriously ll at the Booking-. o wTrt. Boa. Phladlphta.
ships ther can be no doubt. At Sati. ham, wh o s been ooiaed to ----8L
ago our vessels of that lam had only "bed "erwal wki. Mr. oDavi s is -- r--------
armored cruisers to ocoteud with, bagtat the bedside of herdaughtur. j I..
in another war they may have to fight CHOAoo, Aug. 14.-Spanish will be 5 e l
ships of their own type. We must add added to the list of studies taught in
at least three knot to their speed. and the Ohicago schools if Dr. B. An *
instead of the 18 or 16 knots hitherto drews, the new superintendent, has his
contracted for must demand 18 or 19. way. Chicalo's noew educational chief J i ll
Another suggestion, arising, from the also favors the annexation of the Philip.
great damage which can be done by pines.
shells, is that instead of confining WasimxoTow, Aug. 8. Minister
armor to what are called vital parts Buck, at Tokyo, Japan. writes the de- M08T EXCELLENT 8ERVIOE OFFERED O r Or FLORIDA
plates thick enough to keep out the fire apartment of state that he has observed
of small rapid fire gonushould extend no dissatisfaction there in consequence NORTH EAS W EST.
throngbout the ship Certain parts of of the annexation of the Hawaiian N T
a battleship can, indeed, be shot away Islands to the United States, since an.
without destroying her power to keep negation became accomplished. T ROVOR PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS. DINING CARS,
afloat and use her guns, but great loss CHICAGO. Aug. 26.-The Times.Her. THOROUGHFARE COACHES. VESTIDULED TrAINS.
of life may follow from explodingshells aId says: President McKinley has ac.
In those parts. cepted the invitation to attend the peace "WASHINGTON AND SOUTHWESTERN LIIIITED."
Theneedof a goodteaming radio jubileeto beheld WAS TONn ChiAND SOUTgo in October.TERN L ED."
hasbeentemphasized bythewar, notably He will probably be accompanied by thr1au1 Veatibu-d Drewing Room ierei:r Cars, he .n Tampa and New TIes
by what was demanded of the Oregon Lyman J. Gage, secretary of the treas- 2 g onvtille, vnaflb Land Coumba.s, wilhtit cAlusle
in her long run, and good bunker ca. ury, and JohnD Loug, secretaryof the **UNITED STATFS FAST MAIL."
peaity will be among the leading feat y. Se wee. Jacksonvill a Nd N est
ures of our future battleships. Suie navy. Pullna DrawltnRoom Bust Mleoplag Cars tws Jack le s Ne
for high speed and great radius of ac. NEw YoRK. Aug. 25.-The Thingvalls Embracing Lynchburg, Charlottesville.
tion more space is required for ma line steamer Norge, which arrived here Washington. Baltimore and Philadelphia
ehinery and coal, it follows that our today, reports that she sunk the French
battleship hereafter will be larger than fishing schooner Lacooquette of Bay. Pallmae DrawigRoom sleepain Cars toi Mcon Atran t. i:hattanooug and
those hitherto built Fortunately tbp onne. France, on last Saturday on the Calonlal. wieth e eloa ne o tolun for LoUUtvtle and the Nurilwest
superior hardness of the latest armor Grand banks. The captain aud eight Ale Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
will furnish adequate protection from seamen were saved. Sixteen wentdown Cincinnati. via Columbia and Asheville. Through the
plates lew thick than the old ones. with the unfortunate vessel.
We now haverp the battleships Iowa, ST. Lorts, Aug. 26.-A special to The "LAND OF THE SKY."
Indiana, Oregon, Massachusetts and Post Dispatch from Topeka, Kan., says:
Texas; building and perldaps to be After a disonuion lasting a week the
ready by or before the end of next year. board of censor of the Topeka Feders. SmS0 lf 5s te *5. ie .ts schedouales 1ptlL5 eM reservaetone e. *a.p "it
the Kearsarge, Kentucky, Illinois, Ala. tion Convention of clubs bas excluded a--ati LY **AC I 5orINasectuas
bama and Wisconsin; authorized but the woman's Bible from its library on
not laid down, the Maine, Missouri and the ground that it is "written in a flip. L A.t 1 AI, Vrleie Pa fu Agt., l West Bay Street, Jacksonvillle, FIa
Ohio. Am soon as possible this force of pant. coarse and inelegant style." II 3.aORP. W, A. TURL 8. 1. HARDWIO&,
18 battleships should be made 20, and MINNIAPOLIs, Aug. 219 -A Preston, WonPasinl to e As *a tes 'eAl
not before 30 are supplied can our war Minn., special says: M. R. Todd, the N Waetta 0. aae
establishment be called satisfactory in cashier who wrecked the Fihuore Mt S. tSl
this type. county bank, has confessed the theft of
Inu no particular have the teachings all the bank's deposit funds to M. T.
of the war been more striking than in Grattan, one of his Iundsmnen. Mr.
their demonstration of the value of Grattan told Todd that a lynching wau
armored cruisers. Our only examples imminent unless he made a tull state-
of this type now are the New York and mnent.
Brooklyn, but their services during the WINOATE, Ind., Aug. 2) -Ex Gover.
late war were uost valuable, nor Claude Matthews is du,.d at the Me.
Of protected crinsers we can hardly Harry homuestead, where he was taken
spetk too highly, considering that immedi after i rent stroke o
Dewey's great victory at Nuilm was pimerdteis. The only word lhat passed
0t111ly won by them. Yet we cannot be paay. 'rte lass a pssed t.' .
said to need more of them now. Strong his ps af ter the fatal l.nes. began was
in this class before the war, we added "yes," which he uttered just before dy.
two of the finest of them, the New Or- *he believed y Jesu
leans mnd the Albany. and some of our
auxiliary vessels if retained will also Rom. Aug. 211.-It is estimated that ,
swell the list. Besides, the new armor- during his peuotificate Leo XIII has
ed cruisers would be taster than most ausa'ed $20000.000. including presents
of the protected cruisers, of previous stones. gold Ind silver, to
The monitors did well Ly us in the the value of $10,000,O00. President
war, and the Monterey and Monadnock, Krueger of the Transvasl republic is *
although intended only for coast de. said to have presented the pope with
fthe., crossed the Pa iflo. Still, with the largest diamond a tihe world. It Is i,-
the 6 double turrets now in commis. valued at 64.000,000.
a'iin,, the 12 single turrets which have BKit., Switzerland, Aug. 29.-Dr.
been repaired and made serviceable and John Hopkinson. an Englibh electrical
the 3 war monitors ordered at the last engineer. and hie sonaud twodaughters
sesion of congress we hall have all of have been killed while ascending the
this type of vessels immediately needed. Deut's Devisivi, in the Canyon of Va.
We incline to think also that when lias, the mountains of which are amoug ,
the 2 torpedo bouts and destroyers, for the highest in Europe and which are x.
which bids are t be opeuntd at ounce are posed to furious torrents and deetrato-
put under contract, we shall feel rea. tive avalanches. The party had gone Ni v m t ( 'kI \lie\! Low Rates
sintably eqllipped in that class. We on their perilous trip without the assist. li
shall theu have surpassed our original ance of a guide. l8t (h lls*sed series lNo Tra isfe, .tw,..n .Je hsrilo ased 4w Tor
turplxro bat b programme, nud the events WAsHINOTO, Aug. 27.-Every burn Them tt i oumpooUed nf the following Ilnaeoame ewtsinel Rlmeams: i*
of th, recent war have rather tended to of the war department is busy with 0M new), ALU.NQUIN, IROQUOIS, CHERO diminish the prestige of these craft, matters connected with the close of the IORTlE*-OUND.
They have a sphere of great usefuluess war. The pay department has a big tames are apponted to sal aleerdlngto the de
of their own, but in making further ad- task before it in sttling with the troops Trom JAC ONVILL. PLA., (oillg at Charleston) Sadays Pasuesdysxn's Thursday.
ditions to our torpedo futIl we shell and officers in the Unal muster out. FromECHATBL'ON, M.C.. Mod ys. dW, nesdays and Fridas
probably never feel thd ut~ed again of There must be an accounting of all gov. FrIhourmof allas. eCyd Li d ohedule.or Jaeksoavillesand Charleston dll ipi
trading 8 atd a single atrok. eruent property and each roll must be efr r iver York. as follow
We shall doubutless take caeto keep complete and satisfactory to $he o lffoe;rs Au 5.C.. Moneys, e Weds als antFd
ourselves, upilied with repair ships of the government before tare can be a er AC(tOVILL,LA.,(mlllg atCharleston) Mondays, Wedneedaysat Fridayse
lill. the Vulrun. hospital ships like the A nal settlamenpt
.e, transports and collier It will I A yde New Englind and Souhorn Linest-Frelhi Only
not bo surprisug to find that the war .OCAXllnathAuarleston, IS.C.,.teu.ways)
has evolved scle new types of vessel,damage a mald from the heavySTiIR APPONTLD TO AL A FOLU)WS
eu t,rtaiored mortar bosts for harbors, in ths iws e o1i0 crops, county .
wbhii will carry the liue of defene y blrdges and ra ads. Between Char. irem .r of Ho 4eiteto Jaoseuvnlo Froom lews' w asi eSis,
helt y mortars out beyond the range ci loss aod OC ni the are two serious U'acUDA l, ril>Ayvt.
shore forts, have already been suggest walshet on theBothern. in ca eof OLYD 1 ST. JONS RIVER IN E
ed.-N-ew Tot ,I. whilk Is the week of a freight tai. (M gBABY LINL)
SThfe bthe rula'. M gma troais north
Msardeb.h. dhred by s.ldi&. ad south an noww going by vay For Jacksonville. Palatka, Sanford. Enterrise
The authorities of New York sta 8mttuvilk And Intermediate Points on the St. Johns
are anry beanse the Third regiment. Ausam- s. G,. Aug. M.-O-e.r Steamer HARRY 0. DAY.
New York volantmeers, wa obliged to who wet to the mae of trhe double CAll. W. M A DAW.
mureh from Camp Alger to Thorougb. murder nd lydaseag e r Friendship. Iasppeltes l ltosal as folloows.
itre Gapi The men experleaed a esrlee in tisoe ty, taking blahoodhouMdswith dma Jas vleS.. ....................
of hardships wbieh wee anaeessaM y which o chase the slerw of Mrs. Mary leae uase.rud ag...................... N aad'l 1atr d a.m
at least. according to tbhe reports MGe ah and sa .Jame i Boone, hae ., p Thaiseen ribe ---e wata.
ve meternd, the murder, Bcnp Holtl.. W. .SB. ...... i .;I ., ... S s
Theo rt d say.'e b M coduted having bMet ought a1 l Tachewd sev W. R. uim ""' A0 L., n
in the bat of the day. during wbilc eita e ,- 3" o a. .,, T O si I e i.e.
many o the me Sell os the ideM 6 t he attethtage s i a .onntry blg 'llWmo .RT. M ,,s sonsT
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W AE NEWS BARE FACTS tb'it l
.4': tt0UB | S"' ; 1EFLN TOLD OERE tIVEN u

"','e ed ton Imprved an4 Threat
Slntrting New Stories Rlated Trouble Reliewd ,
d en S eed s..lA-M G r&Z./la l~~iupe events Pollowiag Me Without Useless Verbiaxe. --e>1
,S ioeso,. Ii oe of Hoistlltioes "ut gofow Need's oleasap.' -
"-- JACesoN, Mil.. Sept. &.-The boau The building p powh l Sd's. n
n o n l n oTru in, .-.- .- ..- .-as ed a telegram from "prs wham the --
.E w nn'The Amerla s na vy will gas 1,000,. I npa4to- al tIW S hatyellow f le a the Gomm of d,,sea t o woeali e

war R lI1g F" n the namiwA of ame. qualities of this mewdls. Meadt
S____ .tan t e-half of tkis nm will ALANTA, Sept. I-All the reorulte for 01 badstmai s o e
b Ipaidta"oardwe with thaS soodom the regiments of the Fifth army corps w" ou ded
of the y pnoerio llafor the .ymtof this state. About 4,000, have been "pa. I tto vMou Ms meflobwn
I&i B L C H lssoodeiofSiit aso b. Lst ye ar I
M R S B L O C war Ism b their comm amdat flnp Wikoff, Mon. takiag Rood's Iwnpdrir. IXh"is dOne
The A"i*) be* will gs 0187,15W of Unit Pulse, L L me an imme amount of gaod. My
86 L S e 1whch a,t.?will go to Dewey. Morrooxxiu, Ala.. Sept 1.- The s t. My digestion b
85 Lemon Street. *o""., ,,_, .S:..S,"1-,
8 Lna R Admtral Eamisra will reali stte commissioner of Agriculture has improved td my threat relieved of the
a sug little I ctuae as a reslt of the made public the condition of the cotton ee rotation." ADA Ta a, M
war. As commdua -in-ohief of the 'erop in this state as per reports reeived estota street, renscoi, dri.
North Atlantio squadron he will got at his offie. He put litat.74, as against
I LLMoo, N- twEt'eth of Oary pri takes in L. I per oest Julyo-. 81.
North AI N ao Y weas and pri.weata. om.o12 II, AILa. Sept. 3. The H OOu S parsiies
eth of the head money allowed for h* governor ha appointed J. De B. Hooper Is the bese-4ast Tre B1 le
vessls destroyed of Santiago and in of Birmingham to be chlef mine inspect. old by aldrugstll 1;I sifor $.
Cuban pot1 It Is estimated thalt he tor of Alabama. vic Jam" G. Hil.s
Stamped Goods, W a.lllrecive about 10,00 as his house, resigned. Mr. Hooer Mr. Hood'w pils th on
-Embroidery Silks, r.~ m Leaes. JAC-, ., Spt. I--The. ,1
Admidnl i obie aMd General Gordon, parade of the Seventh army oorps here S
Ladies' Shirt W aists, mmli. to Nttea eoadtiom, the mot magpfoent mtllory Mo).T manT, Al., Sept. l.-T-e. *
_____ for the evacuation of Porto Rice, failed pageant ever seen in Jacksonville. souncement comes from Birminglfhamu
Dress Skirt, for tas J Wednesdayon the steamer Nearly 80,000 men were in line, and that Hon. John W. Tomlinion of that
e S s enema, the third member of the oom- every regiment present a fine appear- city will be a candidate forappointmia
Sminion, General Brooke, being already anoe. as railroad commissioner. The terms of ,
Sgin Porto Riso COLUMBUS, Miss., Sept. 8.-The city three of the Alabama commissioner
M en panish Prisoners Released. council held a special meeting and de. will expire next February an4 there a e
Acting Secretary of the Navy Allen rlared a quarantine against Taylor and already about a dozen men who have
D' Goodsand Notions. Shoe and Hosier/ Wednesday authorized the released of Orwood, Mise., the two towns where tinimated their desire to secure one td
Dry Goods and Notions. Shoes and Hosier" the Spanish naval prisoners captured In yellow fever has broken out. Every the places
R. & G. Corsets. Parasols and Umbrellas. the battle of July 8 from covers' precaution will be taken to keep the L ti.L.IA, 8. C., Sept. S.-8B.eentl].
fleet, the men to be sent home at the scourge out et this city. the South Carolina railway commission
M en's and Boys' Hats, expense of the Madrid government. ATLANTA. Sept. l.-Commissioner of ordered the southern Express company
Mercy Ship Olivette Lost. Agriculture Nesbitt estimates that the tO pay the war tax on all shipmea.
Boys' W aists and Pants. The hospital shlpO)lvette sank of cotton crop in Georgia will be from 10 Then the express company ame before
Fernandina, FUh., Wednetday through to 90 per cent less than it was last year. the commission and asked to be allowed ,
r r U [ some mysterious agency. Aboard of He gives the reasons for this decrease to incre ;ts rates so as to cover the
TH E C. e ROG CO... her was a hospital oorps of 86 and a as based an the conditions reported amount ofthe t The railway om.
crew of 48 persons, allof whomecaped. from all emetis of the Sate. 11 i .-oi diecaoeui tAd1 t the 1.tla should nt1
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE 8ROOBER. .w ra -Lse, His Com.and. T..ILL,, Ga., Dept. 8. Serious L.,1 rasmed. .
i General G rcia wsm reliever of hi washouts are expected between here JAKtKxS, Mis.., ,.,t 8.-Nine aw
Rlof Oa, Grain, Hay, Inrl Ned, h111 ,I oommaud Wednesday by the Cuban and Savannah on the Central, which ,.oes of yellow tev,. ,. r,Xnurt, n tbhe
SGprovisional government becae of his makes it uncertain as to when the run- bard of health ft ..,. ".t 4 Sole Agresnt for OUR BUSINESS CON FINED TO fretul to obey Shafter's ordes during Ding of trains will be resumed. Old has developed nt Waterford, a small
TFIE TRADE O.LY. ORDERS the fighting around Santiago. railroad me my the floods surpuass any village 6 mil!e ..at o Water Valley.
Flairllk CANi C. FROM CONSUMER8 NEITHER oave Ihetr LAves Vor Others, to their knowledge for 12 year RALMHn, Aubr. l l-Theratnway oom
Llo Irill MCWid Mtt. stOlcirED NOR DESIRED. LAatenatit Henry S. Morgan of the BmummoONAM. Ala., Sept, I. The mie-ion has ti.ldei i ,,li the Southera
United States engineer oorpeand Harry Southern railroad, it Is said, is prepar- Lxpres. company ni; .ay for the rev.
Q stations ade Promptl Appli I ith a rig were drowd of T ing to build a spar track n Walker nue stamps o raept, the law
Quotations Made Promply on App tion. bee island. G.. Thsday while rem. county, 60 miles in length, including quirets the comiuav i. .. it recipt,
Feb 11-6m cuing the crew of the Norwegian bark sidings, to the property of the Ivy Coal and the litter is reqn:r. d Iuo be n.mpd.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Noe. which had been wrecked in a copay,whichreceatlychangedhands The comimision i. m rue th.,t the
stom. Morgan wa a native Geogin and is to be extensively developed. charge of 1 cent s i in ox ,,t f(uw pmI
Sad SA years old. GALvxZrow, Sept. S.-State Health Icrtied rate. Counsu ftor the expreM --
,More Rltlmeat Dtismiseod. Officer Blunt has raised the quarantine! ompaam gives the (':-iIina.inin to naa-*.
The war department Thursday issued against Galveston, and the city wal derstanid that it will o,:i i.Lt over and
orders for the following regiments to be never more healthy than at present. make Ino further fight.
mustered out: The quarantine was but temporary and AIITLANTA, Aug. 81. Mrs. Camilla
Firnt Wisoonsin. Fifth Ohio, Flrst was placed last Friday, Aug. 26. on so- Leftwieh has filed sult for divoare
volunteer cavalry (rough riders). Thirty. count of aeiupiclous case of fever at against her husband, Thomas. J. Lift
f third and Thirty-tourth Michigan, First Fort Point. i wici, one of Atlantas'leadtiglawyes.
Connecticut, First Illinois, Fifth Iowa, ATLATa. Aug. 8.-Raibta n T ie charge it that the hualmad has net
Third Virginia and Fist and 8eo4"dagoBnmuchdamagetotheroplthr.,ugn. been true to his marriage vow. MIss
SMi ssissippi. l, oBn the state. Cotton coalenues so shed Mand Ross, alias Mrs. Maud Jorda, I
Seveatlm Corps ~o..P,.d. and runot badly. Melma ar very lue., named as the ooreipondent. Mr. ft
There was a grand review of thev. ror and the peaches h ve about beeu which admits the oha.gei oe his wW.
I ah army corpe at Jackonvill ., ruined. Sweet potato are doing well He admits his relations with Mrs. Jort
Thursday. Nearly 30000 men passed and hay is good, but cannot be oaved if dan ant states that when be is Ireee he
Before General Fitshugh Lee and a5ff. the waterfall continues will make her his wife,
Cuba.n 4 hi-es l,0de4r LIwton. MONTOOMUBRT, Ala.. Sept S.-Near' MoNTaoOMgRY, Al., Sapt. 5. Tie ,
General lawson, commanding th de. Athens, Ala, Frank Thomas was shot Soutberu Railway coimphay Ism's d
pertmeant of Sentia)>, received wad and killed by his 18-year-.o.d o, tef'tied lo build anbthe mikatrtl e
Thursday that the Cuban lead, Oe- Thomas was attempting to shoot his tektiOd40miiliteslnalugthimnatnirgBe
brme, Lacret and Pedro Plpls, had wife, who escaped through the woods. a poiut on its Georgia Paifiao liantk
been ordered by MaXimO) Gome ts plane The boy got hold of the gun and on his miles weat of Birmilagham, northwardly
Sthemielves under Ltwro's command. fathber trying to get it again he fired, alogr Hort creek to the mines otth
Mtatttr mt Ciamp Wikoff. The boy was not arrested. IY Lftf CoIh and Coke company, In
General Btafter and raff arrived at CHsrLmOxN, W. Va, Sept. 8.-The I Walker penary. The survey has be
Montauk Point. L I., Thurslay from dead bodies of Matilda Mllens, aged 14, |insr*eted, pT the plus arq nuow i-
Sattago de Cuba. and Isaa Mullen., aged ten yea1wre w ngdrawn. The work of ore.TrustiM
SIThusands Mu-torod Out. fonad yesterday at Baker's ort-ehe will be pushed roidk. Th the
SSafftT Coomforting reg ckTmets Low Rwrtee ,,* S..., o .d..o ce c be
t a. OC.CIJo ,ud.rdSie muds ae1U11 .:, 11161.11 If'- J,,o
eyeod mu Istedo ut: curred in the same vicintly dlirn the 91111i"1 wio hf. or am jeps been ci
'= i u iflid, Tht T n dOT Firspot Seio yeThi, all due to rdsaid'I t eir 0 le" hotel men of thihs Wyt, lb
J iast Cls Oad pPervie we Ta.ane rween J.arks.avle and -w T nw Pn lvania, Fourtb Wis Tere oottt lowrty-ecolad Miechigan, First, T rS bord of health is unable t6 Ict A- stmn S aW bbedisl'ely o6 tWl tle Coa
COMMANOE new), AL0UQIJIM, IN11 0,WM OHEROIEE. SEMINOLE and ht Ohio, O* Huded and origin of theJosr emes of, 7ellow over, ra laia te.astle, fa, annd ,raw,
Uo@t .M*MIUT. Fiftye.ighth ludlas, e1isd Nath rei.orted at OrrwoAt % o n illteo, e o .din lt~er pep
Steamers are winpted to saill saomrUdlut t Ie tad.. Carolina. irtat and Second AJa- l ayette county, The P -- ,-We t
From JCKiONVILLU. (altiB gt(tl G55uisnuait )S r-oaTulBe t Th"115l15 Third volunteer avalry, tetooud infected during the epidepalo .ft lasi ha paost three years. tof el am

royde Nem EnglaST d s a. d S ouera Line-Frlhl Only t ,Brook. ., an ot a g wR si alls ownoe e aa e s a Im s
Wid e hur of sailngm,. n es Liv a e,,fich edle. mo Jscksavills and Charte ton d l papew, chuletti, First Sout Oaraltlna, n& two year and the --ard a
t arleI., ) sequd o the tro ops Ohio cavPorto. Rio '.asitSaig N t to an el ma flode k' girl. w bife.. Doa w,i,
teIm5 fO ap aeted to nl aif t Pdn o i.. Rv ra. Now o a nt .aoloa.. .y.I. geptis. 3.-e b le laesg.h of tie rIvile o a best citizens,
w 8TAMBRB A O TLD TO A[L A OLLW; katr laf al. ial .'i th ly io Clay. raiteC that "t6ie plat0lW __A



Fo j- ,L., ,=, a.,,.,,, ,,,rR <,,. e ea dr -...mt i,..a.,.., ,a .ti, eaera Clay a divers
a For Jacksonville. Palatks| .- as.m.. re...'. a3 a and deldied toa he m h de
And Intermedrate od n wds asn-.e hpa rnly--w iloo.te a m ,, fo r .m ,a
8tarnier HA RRYr I.I i"<, a P... Ie. 4t 'e

avs J's llae............................... tru.<., atr l'a,.,p a ... meast tm t o l ,t-ioate emp si.g t....<
is avss.erd,=. r l-- .................._ o.e .3aanThhd.I .la. mgttI e mOMlia i k.l o, ,, mmo .. t ,.. pt. SAn s i. M l deg
)n s s a ed a 1 IIe n Wa .ai.. II i otry. It ie believed thes O M 5i* o0w, Ala, Sept. ..-ItO. bateen 5-a*dMI .M'nngS hae
w. a. "t is. Ne l arIe +sst.j i wl be kepst t""l mast *-iS :S. --paetl id-,' e N- hth .l.i. died- satomq op sept, n 1 ,,,,,
w.ai H.ls s a'J.OIN L. DA tg a. Slat General said.- Bhlt t ,is stpS, .,U t-'. tM I ". L epl O ppop,.p A. Pe t.
I m ve. 3we est '.at, Ms ., a*, *O,,. hwi fany mddinel tr..mps y.1 tP vi; the wero tI poIs pe ha "s ig s l.
*- g...3 05. P5. WU., s lawtk gtd at p3gw ,i eu. ,k, .h e.ar t." otre el wa...Ud' lt ul Jo -- been poG"tea beted.nn ps-obteld S
W M P. CLYDE. D CO. Gen. Aet la ela 1s,.i he, hate gime*.
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JHKV 1H S 1MONTHLY Important tMoth Ius.
I11 UVOF 1HU A 51 l AllES AT The son sariturers of Oatorlhave R Wqqr
Flia sclal statement *h*-*comeetopdh4diof
"- rheasua ids of dollars to famllintris e tho e
10orlda News Culled For The orCOUN.fYBOAR OFv PUBLIC publowithethe lgatretf Oh. I. H L
florida News Culled For The INSTRUoTION. Fletier. This has been amMeslitate I r l
InTATorL OF L.ORA,kL'KTYoIPlTNAM.I o- ni-^, --..^ftlnf thJ
Times-Herald Readers. aroY, "opt.,11u, AM. 1*. of plate, oatwee ing e
To Ho.. Joassn rmP ..er, Clerk of (1mult Courlt eCastorlis trade mark. Thils orunsterfeW"t*.00lyou wlto uptall
--- l--in coin.illin, wll me,. 5, hater 4Sa. togis a erhie not only agnlost the pro.- d unImfredb Do y m
[AwI of lorl.d, we bhery i' with you the I rnl,
M S. following Itmulled iiisncill statemil of aoI prineoer of CMatolia, Ihut agalust the i ll Dt
Some of the MOre Im- ryo'u .,r .,y .n.. gvrow tsKneratio.n. All.iounis r w uldo sl
porant Events. Ai,lit.st.Init. A.. ;. e bearefu e that to.a beanrot It 1 ow
poeE.vents.Aug .514 .*. S thegsiarture of Oh.i. Ii. Fletehi if it"i--
o Rcelved during the inunthi .. 411u1 they would guard thu health of tbelr
paprtf of specuators propose to put a hlidren. ParBt., and mothers In
out fifteen hundred acres in melons the Warranipai.dudring the p partitulta, ought to .ar.-ful y examined PR IC K LY
coming season in Columbia county. Balance.iun.vohad ll fit the ,Catelorl alverti e e uts while. *
The Southern Express company has Aa..ne 1nu ......... s.O lave bn appearing iI this CIpe', dl a r., A &
an established tflice at Santiaitu, wi h tie. i-T,.iulancBn handt I i ct to remember that the wra. perofever)}
Olyde Glenn, of Tampa, as agent. A.('t, ro (T.r. .l 4i 1 7 oottleof gtnulue Cq,toria b as the
ti.,.!' oiit.. rr o.ts f fao-simile sig ,ature of Cai H. FtIeral.r
Mallaron Is devoldof bllsr taste. or .......... under whose supervision It has be. hIo
(ures chills anti level ; .-e on tHi river t'reilorer .ot Ie.- i anufaotured cont Inuou ly for uiar
and regulates tile \lstem vueertilll. i.t demotion of Cert
S druggists. A~,3 tojuayl i ... 2u thirty years--Phl a. Bil t. THE SYSTEM CLEANSER AND REGULATOR.
S' E. 0 EAit'.S Co. will sll n ll l a llie The following business wuiitriiiiiiIi
lirge load of Dr)c t'iue, Ash or Oak ill the Uni ed States l ind olll p. si Your trouble arises in a cltoged and torpid eondiitoe of the lvJir
Wood to anv |),>:lt i Ietyit- f r a fnoarville :luin Ilu!* Ni ex&e l andbowelis whrbf alloiwod tocontinuelWilldevelopime
Wood to une dIko' si call f ar i -I 2.iesville,-ilugir e, ulug.lulx: linf excet iiatliever, hidneydesorders orsomeodLaertroublesome
Wes unA H. Gren. ii lmgrace; "vinil"eeauih .. cveti "an atcrelge of i'.6" disease. PItuiXL AsH BITTens ta drives out al
Only one death of a citizen out of a R 11.,1 i lea amounting to $7.07; :l4 homnetens. organs, p, notes functsIo ul sottvty,
oatte niniii g e elti iodflluard ... i On
population of occurred ifn Frna- 3t E. .lrill.pr da nat. n dg l. cover.iig :1732 28 acres, fees and com- good diy stion, and vlonr and
mia a f Itosir I..................2 00 Illi ii4leiuia$:l 44; i thiial pr ofs, eoler eser"y o ofody und brain.
dina in July. 4 Tri-Auirer of maru. 1,1t 2l alti-io. (33344; 3S1lual-proofs..coter. nr- of y nd
tiThe Camp pt unliaee IIpa re utide'It 4hi inlf 4,820 G2 aerei, c'.mmisslons $120.70, SOLD AT ALL DRUIO STORBS. PRICB IISa. PiR BOLE.S.
Wade, A aichuii ouunty, will soon have ', AI ,'i h 'li'i l .it, ret r V.iveil. S,4s; letters mnaitiled
their immeuni stn u ew ia l. >oe a ti i I iti..tli ,r 1i'I ....... .. i
milt, rl"li.ll I240 ,miri Y Y:w Y
1i.i F. Duattoin,.Ii(! iinne vHtll c ihatke .r ,ilvraitea i i in l 1 r t ti I i '
anti cotton factor,i h as retuntllel with hi t 7t a thl- it C ; t hj e i iedi o i le hin h ilt er4 Wi litI
son, array. fr onti in tuex utend ilEu r Ii eaii tii it i ,i Jiitl, ,in .. S plea aeil to learni that thllerie Is it le s
ll irry. rii x i ilie de 1.1 e-it h h ilsl t ,:i cchli A( K I nM NN 6\ -TKI T, 1;i. fill A i ,li.t
SIr t ilt, rr.l,, i ri~~ l, t~ li~ltlh t Ihl':ih; .-tlatP flnt 1 Ilt'il iibll' li t11't 11-ail' II ,1 8l li < 1 11e Illll ..-....t *_, .. little to (.-1--C ail 1 ..... ..
f !!. ]I. lant in iitlurin.g O i elihi l l i,,L E,. ( 'II "I. h ;u i- ('>i..r i. IIoil K'. S iCRh <;u I I.
control of the ruiili.oa l iu Cuiba,H IIl .uit' k~t i uiinit I lioiSlti tii. the only positive cure known to lith
he succeeds Port Taltina will swam ni r U iiiti Miuni. l'1 ii.niiitrliilon. iieilicdl fraternity. Catiirrh being tiit
with steamer's undl other vessels. Whtliel wear gi ins to exceedi reit hii -onstitutiniial tldisease,riiiuires aconllil i.
rhe advertising conmitipe of the De ill )your I"dy y' at glingK tofal.lick. tultonal itre melt. llall's C.atarrh CIn,
Dald bom.rd of trade has decidedly Lo 1i I 'llsigns of it air, : os of flli. Ple i takenl interlnaliv. actII directly up-
lue twenty thousand illustratedbooilets ne i, weltkii s, niiervou.ines, ec. Tie on the blood had mucous surfaces or
of that repair lineild itin fol d. Yolu thint yon hllie system, thereby destroying the
(descriptivcoielii ettenoighi, andL et yoi feel that you foundation of the disease, and giviou,
Mlalarion wilh Malarion Tablelts gumi w.ar oil: more tihite, energy, nerve ilthe patient stretingh by building up lthi.
autted cure for chills, fever anil aile. loice Ithn or fil- t Iu kes lort yo'l constitution and wIWsisllli natiurle in do
or money refunded. I'cents,. All euounl. Adi tlilob I serl Ito s itigits work. T!he proprietors haves, RUPTURE <,,oiltr,, .il... I ,,,,,,i.1Amlisi llli ,a,
diruggists. -ort iistluiiuownse.inly to think mu chcontldence in i tscu'ative powril --...- aii ..i.i(i| free !nf cliar. i.I iiageue i-d
about Ifyeu ealo'tf d arigestthat o they offer One Hundred :)olars f-e versal Uorp l tit t all,," ,atiellt t,, %..&Iiit I,,r ,t"
There ip a g'od pros, ect that a la-rg, t. tk o o r shkert D t atthey r One Hundred ow ,k ath ep n (i/plaift. W.li, I liii
* '&te i, rate and basket factory will be erected live Cor ii. I'lhel effect of It will bi for any case that it fails to cure. Send .,, tli.h e ho kni.w nii,a l if Ihe atilihii,.i rwi-iil the iiiv if l,>iiid ei,,i uii.itl.ory
.IIl to i n-rs"s-. onr flesh anti inake you list of te itimosinalp. t iorlii iiiiii i uiiily i i i- i i i citr.,i ii it ;i a:t lfrI N(k A II i.i A t a
at Gaineevile, I- J. Baird propIos'es I t i *iall r t Vair itt a t kl e lr loke y l1st of te li imonils hri n 'alh r, ,ti noi think al ift l e t I it ii i.l e y
ta a eastrouIar ger Yo u won't fullasilik.tddr-AllCCl lltiil wiii i iiiii ii il- ligli iiilla.
;move his Ha u f there, i, t o- Pirof ,hat itr l. i t's con tu0rol .of syour re d T ll In tr-, .,li ltl ieti I u fe i tirea ot ii Pillrw-'t T areot in^ I i' i rl in ih
crease the sz so s to wok oli hill- pair apparatus. It's easy enough to do, O. ( Sold by all Iruggisi, i75 niineon aiind in tli.asiiiiicesfii. i. reduced aind retained l tio. ited a,.
es' t h fet this fr yourself. e few hot There:liawetlalth fntitainilghlienlai. h iev rili toli ts its l i llil rI Ii i t li-
ties drd tof iiLker i)litlve Cordial. Are You (Going to the Coast? nlt only ronl therila bu is tile itiont 'I have wut foul aun luiiie cal.si th 0atwe1iol4.1
,l fallou is eudurstad b3 bet s |hii,ii At druggists, prie10cents to ,1 perMiiiNAI i aiAia ,ll'kI. hl i rataih. It ui''tli iiilaing 1. I ,lith l I
Mhlaon i raureed o s hs, f drbot uggtl ts, price 10 centa to 1 p Those of our readers who are expect. e xi tnr., ;111 n Ieand o.t
n cisandguaranteedto cure chbilsfe- ing to spend a porLion of the heated No,. r9 'TRU aiS .l l';t AI O'Il A"lv
v ier nid u ue, A.ll I iui ll-t., or from Tr e min re c relul aii man ii hin buyig term at the senaitde will do well to in. thnio nliaiyal at fu or t, ni aur Ir,i l i .. .ii t ll ex, 1 i ih>t
t. tooefo nd t iiilrl n tli noIwoI'thtu li litir ,iii l l' l ll a 1t li i I i i tI Ir Iruri i t tr
Mollit-W est l)ru. Co St. L.oul. the ore skeptical be is ,i selecting his yestigate the advantages to be found at Il r ,' t rh .- il 1.;t 1 h a"ni lls tit Ih ar It.1"i,'tl l ltv ,ilal, *'
liieltteriwere stilerillt itiloii lll- ti g Lrits-ee. ll. or loiiP riiii in 01 1. !i.ii"t
. ;Grccn Cove was visited by a tbui glr p.a:its, Ihe better we lk it. lie wil, Coronado Beach,oppoite ell. Bntne ,,lgih,'l:, lrh, th lilall il l teir 'a Ti.
last week Thursday night. Sever~,l thI nio re fully aii rclite tlhe iUCK At Coronado the dalst basl sbihglI to e, u, oe ni a ilJ'in,, 1 l "l, .wirtil lilri 1 ;1lr' iti ..- lii .t ,i.l
places were entered, but only one 1loss KIN BIIEECIIE.. He'll see at da the country will be found, bathn In s-WE CARRY A FUL. LINE OF--%
aunounting to much has been repolrtd. When lie puts h bli lildsi i he pocket unexcelled, and no prettier beach can .. R. and Elastic Trusses. Suspensory iandagos, I'ss2rles
Win. Lainee. engineer of the steamer ie'll huil i printed guaranumee which befound on the Atlanticconst. If you and all kinds of Rubbcr(ioods.
May Garner, lost his gold watch valued sava; "If nol, as represented you. anticipate going away flom home -
,t 100. nesy liubck. They couldn't be moe.- during the summer, we would advise C re Scent ru S t o re,
SThe) l)cCediugs of the nonal f(b- tih- you to write to V.H. Newell, proprietor
aryTongress, held atTampa lastwinter, Mother's Care. of the Beaside Hotel, Coronado Beach, '.* J. tAIIEl I', Pr 4Oprietor.
have been published from the govern- Mrs. Renz, of Bridlgeport, Fla., who fIr full particulars. Poetoffice address. PALATKA. FLORIDA.
lilt Iti printing office. It im handsome is now located in Jacksonville, would New Smyrna, Fla. Ju8tf .. "'"
alume of 3 page, and is one of the like to care for one or two motherle. F lo d a E ast C o a st
mostvaluablecontrlbuiitous tohliterature children. Will give them the best ot Acme l i a a t s I y .
of that class that has been published in care and a lonvly home. at reasonable svery day ethenspthe bTelef of i.
rates. Children mult not be less thatn neat physldiia thai Impure blood II Iths TIME TABLE NO. 1. I5 INEPFFECT MAY 16. 109
years. use of the mjitorty of our ditsass
two years' old nor more than twelve. Twmty-.veyoars *gp this disrywas. ed IUTI BOUND (iBad Do"alB. NUKT BOUND iRRestUp)i
Delayisdangerous-whenyou tave a Call on or write to Mrs. Julia Renz, "tl a buTor the uls of Browm lrTATIONs. tN
Oough or Cold, take PEEK'S PINE 1(67 Adams street, east Jacksonville. by this ll na old household reabey re F I D"ai S la
TAR mYRUP at once; It will cure F ju'y 20 tf l lout \ that the theory Is ....................... in :ll ::..................
yutcky. Peek's Drug $lore, Lemou _ro___-- ----46p d bn ^l* 'd**********"........................... A, ...IS
Rquicky. Peek's Drug $Lore, 2Lem od y a l s. ...................... ................................... ,
street opposite court house. An interesting and pathetic story of a ----- ..... .......... "" ............ to
treetop e ou successful operation for blindness upon Dr. Bloom, a noted magnetic healer, '......................... ......................
In some parts of florida the early a IliLle Florida gil comes from Balti- of Lake county, has purchased the ..... ..............B a........ ............... r
summer drouth has probably reduced more. The chi-d, aged five yea n, i Fadge houe-"Pne Catle"- ar De :.:.......... .. r
. ............ ..I.................................................
the orange crop one-third, or possibly the daughter of Mr. Hambright,of Pen- LAnJand will locate asanitarlum there. ................ .. im. ......................... I
one.half, *o that the yield will not be oscole. She wu born blind, but her Great improvements are to be made to .................Pa....................... "
what wai anticipated and confidently mind.was as bright and active as if all the place. ...... ................. oa .. 1%....
hoped for. It is now thought that t her se nses had been normal. When : ....................... .a .. ....::...;:......:::::: ::
.... ..... ......... ................... .....................
entMire crop of the state will not total the bandages were removed from her eeem:r ... Ti ........ .":.... L-...:::::-..::-:.-::::::.ii--"--. : -- -il i::".p
S600,000 boxes. eyesit was found thatthe operation had Havln a stock of Whitob and Clock .... ..........:::............. ........:::::::.;.... ::. : s-....
ey e .....I.. ...................... .......-me ...............e.............. i" 1I ......
Two egg plants, grown in the experi been entirely successfan. When she Mateilal on hand, and wishing to quik ::::: ...... ..:................. : :..................... :
mental garden of the Sanford Chronicle, was able to see the faces of her parents the repair busllness, I will do worse at **** *.. ................... .. ll ................ i::::
weighed respectivellthree and four and and the beauties of nature, her enthu- the following low prices until stock is s**i** s* *.....** ':. ..e ....:.........:... ... ....
half pounds. One measured 24 inches slastlc demonstrations of joy brought ased up: Watches and Clocks-mailn ..b-.. --... -. '.'.'.'.'.. .'..'.... '-......... ........... .....
around oneway and 22 Inebesi the other Lear to the eyes of all about her. spring. 750 c leaned, 75o ; and crystal h ::I : .a, .. ....:....I.........."a.v l"* *......
way; the other measured 22 by 21 lnct- on watches, 10 to ls cents. Have had ...... ............... .. .......... ... ............... ....
lef m ceen'lArua'Tl Hie. eleven yes experience in watch ,. ... L .................... .:................:... 0 # Ile ...
es. The were of the mammoth variety The Bealt in the world fo. 0, lok akiln. .leve me a call ..s.. .% Ar................ ..... ........*........... .....
and are the largest grown in that sec- Brulses, ore t leers Salt euma, ad be cconlnceso BaTWBKN loW skv* AUS S Io e gwlvM aOow.
tion. Fever Bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, PFiUrY KENR r. N lIile '
NO C Chilblalns, and all 8klu mEruptions, ***** *******.... ................. f
'* K NO CURE-NO PAY and poitlvely oures Plles or nopy re- This has not been a party war. II ** I.
SPhat Is the way all druggists sell quired. It is guaranteed to give per- any particular party i entitled to credit J ...........................................
GROVE'S TASTELES OCHILL feet satisfaction or money refunded for whipping the Spanlrds, it I.s the d
Y" TONIO for Chills and Malaria. It Is Price oets per box. For ale by Demorats. or several years they W AND HAVANA
|. siheply Iron and Quinine I n tasteless Aokermsa & BStewart.
Ions, Ohlldren love It. Adolts pe- Regstraton Notice. hee advocated the freedom bf Cubs, a
for it to bitter nanuseatin tonics The restratIon book for Ptaa subject on which the opposition was
P rloe, 50o. Jun s 31y county will be open in my ofice at the dived. In the elections this fal their
STeachers' Exmlidonas court house, in Patlatks, f6r th6e pugpce Bepubloans mult not dare to elsha is area l ,
E Are made much ealer by takog The of relstrailon, on the following atd erndit for the success of the Amerlican Cd n e i Ml. n g o f
TabletHome StudyLessons in Common each week, ModTay, W*dal id a nn. It a war in which men of all -S- _-S'W---- --i a. iJ SAUN A,. 0. A.
< Brmnhes. Sample lessons free. Ad Friday. from look 5 W 1 partes, creeds, and tcon.ton.s have e- ,t iar.,
B 41res I. HliMs Paltka, St>. and from 2 clock' k p. 1m,. t l p e,1 d--
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The OnL Cure.

.a~no skin re o t. The
e m awe and


le h uaam da
dofmiaesm.


her hesa was


o health sdi, butwae

ceived no bnefts. Many
tent medlines were taken, bigt twot -
ult until we doded to trya, 8 l.,and b the
Ims the first bottle was ntshld. her Abl te.
on to heal, A dosen bottles aured hi o nm.
Vesely and left her skin porfeod smooth, she
Snow ilxteen year% old. mnad ha, asp nit sonn
Growth od hair. Not t sign of the drneadful
has ever returned.
H. T. faontB
StMo Lues. Ave.. St. Louis, HO.
Don't expect local applications of
,eoaps and salves to cure Eczema. They
reach only the surface, while the di-
sease comes from within. Swift's
Specific


S.S.S.TheBlood
is the only cure and will reach the most
-obetinate case. It is far ahead of all
similar remedies, because it cures oases
which are beyond their reach. 8.S. 8. is
purely vegetable, and is the only blood
remedy guaranteed to contain no pot-
ash, mercury or other mineral.
Books mailed free by Swift Specift
Company. Atlanta, Georgia.


Pal e People, Attention.

You Look Pille!
Eeel Tired I
(iot Spring Fever?
You Blood
Needs a Tonic.
Take a Ihottl of
Quuker lHni ,ly Co's
....IRON PILLS....
Gives streutith andlo io, ii t ie entire
systein. uand nmak rus ly chl c.t.k uaid
Tricb, red blood.

100 Pills, 100 Doses,
FRICE FlI'TY CENTS .
Costs littlee to giv" th'-m a trial-wh)
not. All wishilnt to test its won-
derful lunrit, ,inut cull onU

AK[MAN & IS[F. T,
WAOLEKALY' ANP Is:TAIt,
legs, e.il Paints ian Wall Piper.


ROLLINS COLLEGE
STANDS FOR
THOROUGH EDUCATION,
PRACTICAL EDUCATION.
MODERN EDUCATION.
DEPARTMENTS:


v muhSn Is laid aDon the nlaetrn4


The ess ft
After so 100 a tiie t1rua f iae, I
have a ngth .e.ohbe tUaba, Ktave
spent one day at the ez sltion. ,To
tbhe whosew t '**polumsaln" ma ,
it at W om* sIl comuplen. But no one 1 petos. u,
*4,uldbeequalto thatp) >
T1'le mighty boildluaw gi o imus tl
distamtee of eouree ti4 ea ju e.
ro show tha ft uroos 4 t M
of tIe tranous-Mie llppi i Ia a
grand uieeoo. Thae m tm ( tefoa-&
tore I saw ws the im dbpiof
cereals.
The quantities of gUr4 own la the
west may be Imagied *ben single
rirms, as I have seen *f Oaeoa and
nephew do, buy and "lf day to
day in blocks of from 10.00 to 60,000
buehels; and this no bypol hel4 iu6grate
supposed to be in elevibr tkitheral
thing as it comes to In oast from' the
country buyers. -
Iowa, Kansas, Nebraeksa, )(nesots,
and the Dakotas have immense xbihite,
One feature of the Nebranka exhibit Is
H pice. re made of grain, straw. and corn
husks, that covers nearly one side of
their space, In which mi shown the pro-
gress of the state from the wild prairie
to the present cultivated and inhabited
condition. Its wild state is firatabown,
then the emigrant coming in with his
family in a prairie choonei-a covered
wagon, drawn by a yoke of oxen, trav-
el ug at the rate of fifteen mtulles a day.
Next is seen the sod house, and ithe ox
team breaking up the prairie sod. Fol.
lowing thi%, a better house asd other
f .tin buildings, with large telds In cul-
tivation. Vi4lages, chuichew,andathool
houses follow. A train of cars, grain
reapers and thieshers. orchards, &c.
last Is the fuuily ga hb red around the
Christmas table, in statuary, with roait
turkey, all made up and dressed In co n
husks and leaves. These views are
made up by no bungling hand, but in
prospective are as perfect Mas the paint-
tug1 ami statuary in the due-art gallery.
Ii eemns wonderful, beyond comprelien-
.Iou, what ciin he done with so common
material.
The show in the government building
is sald to he the best the government
bas ever made. It is not as large as it
was at Chicago, but embraces features
more deslrnble. All the various ranks
or military life,with the weapons of war
trem the earliest days to the present
time, are shown. There are perfect
models of all our w.ir vessels, each class
'being represented, all in full armor. A
beautiful model of ithe Maine represents
thiat class,and, from its history, excites
more interest than most others.
Since tlie close ot the war, the at-
ieudiauce has )arge'y increased, and it is
reportedd that it exceeds that of Nash-
ville and Atlanta,
The president and a part of his cabi.
net are expected here in October, when
the largest attendance in looked for.
Omaha seems to be a fast growing
city, and a very pleasant place to live.
We have a nice home here wt'b our son*
In-law, N. B. Post, and family. He has
three fine boys. Each one conspire to
make our stay a happy one. 1. W.
The Best Prwescripti for a*
nid fever is a bottle of Grove's lste-
lesse Chill Tonic. Never faills to cure;
then why experiment with worthless
mitations ? Price 50O. Jun3 ly
I.
SBap Shets ast a Graibphoes.
The giraphophone is to the ear what
the photographic camera is to the eye,
and more, for the graphophone 9ltche
instantly and prserves atvnal
shade of ound. A most I og
use of a graphopbone Is to wam iord
of yoor friends' voices to be preserved
for future use. You cans altkthe story
of your Jolly friend just as helold it, or
the favorite song of some 1 d one just
as she sang it, and have It reproduced
perfetly at any time, 4t, l W o
you please, Besides, ll W
affords wonterful on
wayof re-produncft it o,
orchestras, or vocal f tontumeqa
solslets. No investment ~ oet po
mch tn pleasure as the it. a
eabophonae. It is the per- tTAe4M
melae. Wnte for atalogue 'o..
to the Columbia Phonograph Coflpsay
110 B. Baltimore st., Baltimore, Nd, .

Spot Cash for Morn.


U U. ,
R. C. HOWELti,
Dep. Registration Othcer.
It Is Jast as Important
That you enrich sad purity your blood
In the fall as in the ap inf. At this
tee, owlng to decaying vegetation, a
low water level, and other oaune, there
are diase garms all about us, and a
weak and deblilted sy-tem quickly
ltelda to atteaks of malaria, fevers,ete.
My parifyitand enrichingyour blood
wlk Hood' assaparuilla you may build
up YMU system to nost these danmeM
as well Oa souhba, colds, pneumonia,
4ad the prip which oomes with colder
wether. To be on tie safe side, take
ned's ltrea-arnlla ow, aad always
be saMs la Hood's eat not mveti Ig
dee toep ebted to be "Jut a *ood."s


1 oldsayi..
As poor as a chs elu mouse,
As thin as a s,I\
As ftat as a ppole.
As rQugh as a gale,
As brave as a lion,
As spry as" cat,
As bright as a sixrit ce,o "i
As weak as rat.


The Weedly editatm of the limes-
UsMon ad OHnpU pti e following:
Fifty-tbres i anl d wau ad.
ltt4 as a state to llon. Heo'.
allnh-a DLmuI a dseley, Madi.
tsu Ul1on i r. To.
th 6'Lgov. Y
nrols nt. luster
'upon the same from the field of battle.
Theeeeood daughter qvoro Mose-.
lev mar attorney I o,. of New
Yorkelyod Wiliap MO elev Hussou.
caplao of Cowaif.rD, FI'rat Florida
Volunteer Infantry, fas bor in that
clib In 18M6. Captain Huson's father
ras one of the loldoet pramctutones in
the great metropolis, being before lth
bar for fifty years. He died in 1897.
Captaid Humson was educated in the
private schools of Gotham, and at the
Virginias military institute. graduating
from the la ter in 1878. He came to
Florida soon after to manage certain
properties owneu by hie fatuity at Pa-
latka. Here he tool up the business of
an egingeer and architect, and designed
a number of the best known buildings
erected in Palatka after the great fire.
In 1884 he organizezd the Gem City
Guards, of which company be wu cap-
tain. In 1887 he manrled a daughter of
Dr. Moragne, of Palatka. Since 1880ISM
he lias been in the eniployv of ithe gov-
ernment at Washington. When war
was declared ilu be spring,the Gem City
(Guards re-.elcted himn captain of the
company, and he resigneld his position
at the capital to accept. May 12, 198,,
the Guards were mustered into the vol-
unteer service as company I), and Can-
tain Husson was placed in command,
ranking second among the captalui in
the regiment. He has been judge of
the summni try court since it first con-
vened, but is now assisted by Cat,tamus
Williams and Maxwell.
Discover d by a Woman.
Another great discovery hai been
intie and ,hatt to, by a lady in this
country. "Disease fastened its lutulhes
upon her and f r seven years she with
stood its severe a tests, but her vital
organs were undermined and death
seemed imminent. For three months
ishe coughed inuessantly and could not
al ep. She finally diseover.d a way to
recover by paroblu-ing of its a huttle of
Dr. King', Ne Y Disoovery for Coin-
sumption, and was much relieved on
takingR flst doe, that she slept all
night, and with two bottles has been
atiolutely cured. Her name is Mrs.
Luther Lutz." Thus writes W. C.
laimolok & Co., Shelby, N. C. Trial
bottle frte at Ackerman & Stewart's
drug store. Regular size )i0o and ml
Every -ottle guaranteed.
Registration Officers.
Following is the utficial list of District
Registration Oficers, appointed by tu.
pervisor W. P. Anderson, August 15ih,
1898:
District 1-J 11. Harriton.
2-W. M. Williams.
3-Robert W. Bard.
4-Henry Bryant.
5-John W. Harrison.
4" U-John Cook.
7-T. V. HBlacks.
8-M. W. Raiford.
6 9-J. D. Hagapn.
10-E. I. Dancey.
11-L. T. Dupree
12-Peter Gardner.
18-George Weller.
14-F. J. Fear side.
15-A. Usina..
16-R. F. Lyon.
17-R. L. Kennerly.
18-Laban Price.
19-E. B. Lane.
20-D. Bobannon.
91-A. B. Townsend.
22-George Weatherhbee.
23-F. E. Davis. ,
** 24-Charles ThigpiN.
5-E. W.f Green -


.1. Garrett, under the tirm name of Gar-
rett & Gerig.
Mr. Garrett comes from Palatka,with
the highest recommendations as a prac-
tical pharnaciat, and a reliable and tho
rough-going business man. He will
give his personal attention to all pre-
scriptlou work, of whiub the store has
always enjoyed a generous share from
this section of the state,beeldes keeping
an eye of geners, supervision over the
store's business.
T'he war articles in the Sep tembe
Srolbner's are led by Richard Harding
Davis's account of "The Bough-Riderd'
Fight at Gualmuas." There to no lan
formation at second band In this article;
Mr. Dayla was in the thick of the fight
and wnies of what he saw. When he
crushes, once for all, the story of a sur-
prise, he does it with positive knowl-
edge of the previous orders given and
received by Gen, Wheeler and Col.
The conversaluns he bad with the men
in the fight are vivid bite of dramatic
dialogue. The whole article Is the full-
esat as well as the mast thrilling account
of the Guasimas fight yet publishedand
will lstand as the historical dvoitre of
that famous event. The l1lustrauona
give many of the Lest known men io
the Iough.Radere, and views of the
country over which they faIbit. There
are also drawings from life by thaslst
H. C. Christy, who was there.
To ,lease the System
ffeetually, et g*Ptlywb ea seive or
bllios, to penrmaetly overcome ba-
Mbtual eonslpatIoo, to awake the kid.
neys and liver to a healthy avity,
without Irritatinge weeaeatke them,
to dipel headaibes,. eold, lobvers,
nee ruop eof ig, made br the 0all-
forma Dg Syrp o.


As proud as a peacock,
As sly as a tox,
As ma as a March hare,
As strong as an ox,
As fair as a lily,
As emoty a air,
As rich as Crossae,
As cr;.ss as a bear.
As puae as an angel.
AsI neat asaspin,
As smart a a sttel trap,
As ugls as sin,
As dead as a door anil,
As white as a sheet,
As flat as a pantake.
As red as a beet.
As round as an apple.
As black as your hat
As brown as a berry,
As blind as a bat,
As mean as a miser,
As full as a tick,
As plump as a putrtriive.
As sharp as a stick.
As clean as a penny,
As ildk as a pall,
As hard as a gruiilston-,
As bitter as gall,
As fine as a fl-idle,
As clear as a bell.
As dry as a herring,
As deep as a well.
As light as a feather,
As hard as a rock,
As st;ff as a poker,
As calm as a clock,
As green as a goslin,
As brisk as a bee,
And now let me stop.
Lest you weary of mne.
Telow Jauntde Cured.
Suffering hutuanity abould be sup
plied with every uina-it possible for Its
relief, it Iit vitli leastire we publl.h
the following: "'I'liTh Is to certify tuat I
was a terrible ufft rer from yellow
januidice for over 'x mouths and was
treated by some of th best l.tbv i lants
In our city and all to no avail. Dr.
Bell, onr drngiilst, re','inmen(led lsw-
trio Hitters, and after titking two bot-
tles I was entirely cired. I now take
olewmure In -rr'(oimnendilg them toant)
person tuffteriug with this terrible
malady. I 1am gratefully yoturs, M. A.
tiogerty, Lexiigton, Ky." Sold by
ckeriuanu & Sitewartl drnggist-,
Mr. Garrett at Ocala.
Ocalabtar.
F. C. Alworib ha-sold hbis nterestin
the postotitce drug store to J. .f. Gerig,
who has associated with himself Cnars.


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For Justlees of the supreme Oorwt
L. 1. TAYLOR,
Of Aluhua Oounty.
F. B. OARTEB.
Of Jaekson County.
For Btate Treasurer,
J. B WHITFIBLD,
Of Leon oouety.
kor Railroad Coinisaloners,
H. I. DAY,
Of Alachbu Coucty.
J. M. BRYAN,
Of Oseola County.
JOHN L. MORGAN,
Of Hamilton County.
SECOND CONORESS'N'L DISTRICT

For Congr-.
ROBEIT W. DAVIS,
Of Putnam County.

DEnOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.

For State Senator,
E. S. CRILL.
For the Legsllatore,
JOHN McALLISTER.
J. H. HARP.
For Coonty Treasurer,
8. J. KENNERLY.
For Tax Collector,
F. C. BLANOBARD.
For Tax Ae-tnor,
GEO. F. BULLARD.
For Members County School Board,
Distriqt 1-- W. J. PARRISH.
District S-OEO. E WELCH.
District 8-H. J. FOW LER.
For County Surveyor,
P. D. WATKIN8.

MONEY PLENTY.


Many plain, honest people are puzzled
to fnd a satisfactory reason for the
cheapness of money. When the gov-
e' rnment needed a lanre amount to pros-
ecute the war with Spain,and asked for
a popular loan, five times the amount
wanted was immediately offered a
mall sums before a single bond was
printed. Moutvy yndicates were ready
to take every bodd. Building associa-
tIones and savings banks were full of idle
money. More wasoffered by those who
were supposed to be moneyless than
dealers in money could disore of. So
far as we are advised, not a single bid-
der for the loan made it a condition
that the bonUs at maturity should be
paid in gold. The subacriberforbonds
of the denominalion of $'O00 were en-
Utirely satisfied with the promise to pay
in any lawful money of the United
states.
Those who wanted to purchase bond
S\ large denominations would teel quite
safe on the assurance of Secretary Gage
that the single gold standard was ai-
ready estaolisbed.
But what have we td arnv about the
Abundance i e Crcity of .moevy or cur-
ncyas indiatil bi helipriceorfb.,ds?
The price paid for boud, Is noilndica-
tlion of thie uuuett v;'.,au if ibe country.
Bids for tie ia llL, war bonls have
been made lai itn secn st of the actual
easltence kt >mi Ibe b ..-i aid cUver ooiu
gr eenbacks, itm a-1i y *-s, *,ver car-
-1itl(les,l tiacnt"'>I.I *lvev, ail national
Siek noute.
The da>., a-iinrs In %,v"ge bauls were
azxiousa in gel ..t. Iiatiht bonds.O man
ag ut In hea iils. ili., sav;nae bank
Igfleti.s wanted takO.ul- I he il iiru nnuey
ie lh.r vaumsx. rur d. &poiI'tbi. and the
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Do $VM.Sn they hat e y ore a ba4 oMmes. (ad op e the The 1erarld has tbe *he oo 0
a 4olla4t exo briefnote I the bank people. ae to Ia se os f o mpos0lYi
.ad.th e r'Os little memorandum The Bepa M party tlete creaturesat e hi'l ates on vatous
Sbook. %I eyhatprobablypaeseotwofWaAWof.its leadensha o to To s a
thr th al doe hands. Theirs ti ever n to the e to thel ae IT .
ee-n-ttand its value depends real ln. Mbo b
:- i lMvenoy of the banker. The ,
If buslesi il tagnant, if labor isuan. ist thee Pe0oe ,gne
ieploej W, i'real and personal property *r Is to bring mlubArt'anas upo 'e conatioed general
Is t"rinldng, f manufacturers, mr.t pole for aipe wtve purpose. ided a complaint to
chatW,a d others esaged in produ o Tonol an extent has thi policy been Ute lmroe commlsilon,
tive laduelf are on the "ragged edp." carried that the eye* of the people are wha& red the railroads to
bonds will be In good demand. If,. on hel opened to a reallsation of the fact explalh eag beyond the ju- i due not o d t sal
the other hand, idle men find profitable that h check masn be put upon the ma- ritlcttoi railroad commis- impilolty ofalso,
.employmentetf the products of the miae, nipolator of the Republican party who s.oo. a, glthre caue of the the sill wt is
the mill, the factory, are advancing io are doing their utmost to strip the peo- busmane a gulf coast, the known to the C.Aoamu, IS I
price, bonds wil not have so ready a pie of their right and to play Into the HeraiWd will doubtless get, Co. ony,aend we wish to impreupe .
sale. Provident men will invest their hands of that capitanliticlnterest which their epect. true and orlh lna o oreiy As the
moneyin business that promises the has persuaded itself to believe that genuine yruporFgals fth faetwed
best return. If stocks in a railroad or might is right, and that the less liberal i.or y'bram maketop t only, a knowledge of that S lCo.
gas company declares regular dividends the form of government the greater will I lt one In avoiding the
decilde ag anpleasant for JudP imitations manufactured by par.
of ten or fifteen per cent per annum io be their prosperity. Steward i land which will Ylrobably for T high m standing psa r.
interest, bonds will not be in great de- The Republican party is not now nor 8twar et ,o which will probably tie The h' o. h i-
mand at three per cent. over has been In sympathy with the result igi*e.tlatter's removal front of- cal profession, and the datis ietio
The volume of money should Increaie common people of the country. 'ce. given to millions of amllee, ashes
with the population and business. We The leaders of the Republican party Says the Lake Butler Bulletin: "Our the name of the Company a .ms.ant
of the excellence of its remedy. It L
will never have good times in this coun. not want a government that will do 'Bob' Davis ha a strong Repuollcan far In advance of all other laxatives,
try until gold and siive; aid treasury full Itatice to all the people. They de- opponent, but not heavy enough to pre- as it acts on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without Irritating or weakea-
notes are endqwed with the same money sire a government which they can con- vent his going back to Washington lng them, and it does not gripe nor
functions. trol in a manner so as to increase the supported by an increase majority." nauseate. In order to get its beneficial
wealth of the few at the expense of the effects, pleaseremember the name of
STICK TO FLORIDY, VOUR iHOnE. many. They wan. a strong centralized The Woman's Fortnightly Club. the Company-
government in which they will have The following committee have been CALIUORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
Since it has become a pretty well set much and the people will have little to appointed to take chaite of the club ,eeVM iLUA Us.xw e N.Y.
tied fact Porto alico will become a part work this fall. The person whose name
of this country of ours, says the Ttus.- appears rst will act as chairman of that List of Uncalled For Letters.
The unnatural war between the states committee: Remainl.g the Poetoffice at 1I-
the southtarlkn about emigrating there gave the agitators a powerful hold in No. 1-Mesdames Adams, Hay, and latka. Fla., for the week ending Sept.
the south talkoinaboutemlgrattog there e direction of transforming this gov- Selden, Mimes Bailey and Moragne. 7, 1898:
and bragging bow they will make for- ernment into a moneyed aristocracy, No. 2-Misses Madreas, F. Burt, and OENTS' LIST,
tunes soon after their arrival on that but there re hopeful signs tha th Devereux, Mesdames Haughton and Baskin, Harry Hill, Thomas
island. or how they expect to. Some re are hpful snsthat the war Base. Bennett, F C Inselow. C R
ialnd.orhow tey epec between the United States and Spain No. 3-Mesdames Morrill,Waltonand Butten, C J Owens, BenJ
Butlet, Mose Robertwit,TIschuew
are also of the opinion that eigratino will cripple the evil designs of those Moragne, Misses Ackerman and Crutch- Burman, T B Roundtrae, Sam'l
to Porto Rico and Cuba will ruin Fior- who now dictate the policy of the Re- field. Dence, Adam Sauls, Cornelius ,
ida. publican party. o. 4-Meedames White and Welch, Entrekin, W H Babb, R M
Both of these ruminations are mis. n R l ,.a Mise Merrill, K. Burt, and Miner. Fowler, nW Jordan, Win
Both of leading, and those ruwhations are way to The Republican leaders are quarrel- No. 5-MeadaenWilon,Warnerand '
ladng, an tho who gve way to lug among themselves,and it believed McGregor, 'Misees Fowler and Ice. LADI LnS' IT.
them are almost sure to meet with ds- that their differences are irreconcilable. Programs for the work selected for Bgal, Annit MannersaMiss E
appointment and vexation. Let us hope that investigation will lay ensuing year may be obtained at the Bunch, Aines Price, Luoy 8
The island of Porto Rico only has an bare the shortcomings of the Republ- library. Carrv, Jane Purlev, brah
ae o abofliba. oet ttaofhEvsns, Lula Page, Alice
area of about one-tenth that of the late can leaders, that their speculative The Grand Review on Sept. is. Finley, Rachel Rowyal, Minnie
of Florida, while her Population nearHawkins, eie tephens, Odo
of Florida, while her population isnear schemes may be uncovered, and that The Jacksonville Metropolis has the Johnson, Ca ne Wilelams, Malnds,
a million people, over double that of they may be hurled from power by a following to say of the coming of PreK- Johnson. Mollie Woodard, Henriet
this state. There will be ten persons justly indignant people. ident McKinley to that city on the 15th Kendrick. Fra.ier Wright. Mary,
there for any chance opening. Every iust: Persons calling for the above letters
line will be overdone at the start by the "From the cradle to the grave," re- This review will have a peculiar fae- will please av "ADvERTIsDM."
Cure to it. In the military the gentle. ID.M. Kinn. P. P .
ever restless American people, who are marks the Savannah News, mankind man defeated for president will be in
always on the qui vive for some banan. is tie quarry of trusts. Upon his ad- command of a regiment, a sod of a for. Howell A. DaviIs having landofice
za or Klondike to show up, in which vent Into the world they hall him with mer president provost marshal. and a time in G(reater New Yors, but whet
they expect to be the favored few who a sugar teat made of trust sugar and grandson of a former great general and he returns be careful oun don'taik bl .
will reap the harvest, trust condensed milk. to be partaken of president in the reviewlnt stand as a bout European dinner*.
w Those whoarve fta staff officer of the ge raml commanding.
Those who are comfortably located in through a trout rubber nipple. As he Such an a ray of distinguished men and
Florida, and making a fair living, will grows up he burns the trust midnight representative of distinguished sire
do well to remain here and continue the oil studying trust school books. The wil probably never be brought together
work of building up our state. Florida trusts furnish him with beef, lard, cl. ag.in in thiscountry under lite circum. PRICKLY
is all right. garettes, tobacco, matches, rubber over. alel. At

A STORM IS BREWING. shoes, leather goods, pencils, erasers, Meeting of City Council
__ whisky,crackers, and a hundred other The city council met In regular ets- ITT|E R
The prophet of the Gainesville Sun things, and when he dies he is buried sion Wednesday evening, and among MIi .SI ia f,
has the following to say on politics: in a trust coffin. The next thing in the other ptters the following business* ,M iOM1
Unless the signs of the time re i trust line would seem to be a trust in w tItals ced: STIPATIO
Unless the .sins of the times are mis The report of the finance committee, S
leading, a political storm is brewing in gravestones, and then In the harps for to when. had been referred the petioon
the Republican parLy which threatens the beyond of F, S. railway for a rebate on taxts
the ii.pton of that organization i Lfor 1897 was read, the committee re-
the eisnuption of that organization. It s said General Lee will be the next porting adversely to the petition. The C A S T O R IA
There is not an assue before the coun. candidate for president of the gold Dein report was adopted and the petition de. 1or UW11 -
try on which the leaders of the Repub- ocrats, and Wilium Jennings Bryan of used by a vote of seven tor anul onel .idi It
lican party are not divided. In fact, the stiver men. Both gentlemen are aaist, The commiLee referred back
the Republican party, so far as princi- out of politics at present, but they will to thi i thata of the uapetitiona
pie. are concerned, .s all .t sea. The notIalways be,and no more popular menu asses.ia iist the side track* and .
Republicans are notagreed on the tariff could be found in the United states switches and it was then taken up and -
lqietioun; on the lluancialquestto Lthy than the-setwo.ow residentsof Florida. tih ietiititilfr a rebaseon the taieas A Peerless L lm'
u.e ail to pieces; and .n the question -V.,lusla County Record. assessed ami0trt the sidetracks and As a pain destroyer nd
of the acquliti.on of teritory utey are This is rather bad fog Lee. a every w tt, d. b. l, c rheumatlisn, Salvation Oil tI the i
h.>pe!*selvl d.d. As .tier oft ft state tltt has .o far held a statt conven, edebicycle ordna. of U ll lienints. Mr. Win: H. t ,
utle.s future events soi shape thea,.- t-n. re..fflrma d every plank of ihe. oe rssblcycliststo proprietor of StriebingerHose.
celvr. as to brain, together the ,fragmen.- hteo platform, and enl.rd eye.y- Rh lates t lead, 0., writes: "I suffered
tary p ,t.s of the Ieuhb ican .artY, th th hat rn, a fr. rhI beg .. treet uitt. Il atism for twelve years
ihuajttat hrvnsillafll u.it-celtingnd 0ne last-attack kept me In beil, a
,rga,.naio, ,ili. fail to pieces, and the .,,liical ..tnat ofaffairs,wheredoes repor w I used Salvation Oil A i
new pry will sria in.t lno exis.,ere. Ie exact ti get his tite ?-- cala aMthorid to da w e up and about. A a p in
Ilirtori is 1eleahlngltetlf. N..p.l- uer. w i r ofthe water o pe avater this liniment has n s
ical |arty in thi. cuntrv has-vee ,,e. ...-- -- for l ineeeat., sad other -hI gav Oil an old every
ab to .uaceefuily ,naliatain iaelf ia Tlie middle of-t.be.road I'o uliseas had ,leoe pall. After other fiett* AW, Tr an Be so4n5l
oppositionn to the arincipies of the DLem-. i uaiiniial convention at Cincinnati on terT *T minor Importance d beH NS (
unealic arlty. .-'1,1. 8. and put io nomination the fol- trasac eai,the board adjoureed to meett
Th, Republican partyrame into hang .oumif ticket: For PrnldentWhatnon aina on Fradev eve~n~tf. the (lh. +lLL AND ,
thrueh calanm ties cleatel hv aglititaors liarter, .of Peasus)lvanto; For Vice- dIVER TONIC ::"
who, while they profes*ea< t, i. frteud Pliden., Ignatlue l.onneil, of Mi-..
of frteedom.n dsemionstra.dbyiimir later a emWa. Thin action possibly Itsiuree *5i IVO # I iC
scUouese that they are enemies of fre w.yoty s (of the fiheL. B.


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CUBA UNDER PEACE.

MINISTER PALMA ON THS PUTUt
OF THE ISLAND.

ae twa wee After Fee s U tse
erlatlve-Th-msc abaIs s. Waie A-
se.fte ineetoaute %antea
e111 4 a-e Me eus To Amasseaes..
Tomas Etarad Palma, delegate t
large of the CuOnban rapublio, mid reseaNm-
q at th oicse of the Cuban jesto Is
ow York city, when asked what teps
would be taken byhlisgovrnaet upon
the declaration of peace: "The first
thing to be done by the Caba patriots
In America afe the blocked has been
raised will be toead immediate relief
to the starving Cubans in the eld.
Money which otherwise would have
been Ipent for armi and ammunition
will be devoted to the parhase of food.
clothing and medicine for the Ouban
soldiers and for their families,
"Without raising the imme of who
should govern Cabe, we feel that we
will ha the hearty co-operation of the
United States government in this mat.
ter of relieving starvation. That comes
first, as a humanitarian necessity. The
relief will be sent immediately, with
the permission of the American govern-
meant, and, so far as the Cuban republic
is concerned, for the present we will
follow the onstom of old by turning the
swords Into plowshares and try to get
down to actual as well as theoretical
peace as speedily as possible."
"What will the government of the
republic of Cuba do as a government?"
was asked. "The leading men of that
government, from President Maano
down, have implicit confidence in the
deolaratiou of the United States govern-
ment that it went to war not for the ac-
quisition of Cuba, but to free the island
for the Cubans. Personally I believe that
It is only a question of time when the
people of Cuba will wish annexation,
but at the present time there are many,
espeolally among those who went into
the field against the Spnuiaris, whose
aim and ambition bave been independ-
enoe. Any policy of the United States
which attempted to force annexation
before the people were ready might
amuse considerable internal trouble."
"How soon after the declaration of
peace do you think the question of an-
nexation or independence could *be
brought up?" was asked. "It may take
several months for the Spanish govern-
ment to remove its soldiers from the
island. After the Spanish soldiers have
gone away there will be left only about
120,000 Spaniards. Many of these
might renounce allegiance to the Span-
ish government. But amuming that
there would rem.'n 100,000 Q:"-****i".
on the island, tIm is a small number
in comparison with the 1.200,000 na-
tive Cubans. While the Spanish troops
are being removed I think that the
United Staten government would be
wise in consulting unofficially the
wishes of the large native population.
The American provisional govern-
meat, which will no doubt be of a mil-
itary character, can do much toward
strengthening the gratitude which the
native Cubans already feel for the
United States for having freed them
from the Spanish yoke. In what way
the United States should try to get the
opinion of the people of Cuba, whether
by popular election or otherwise, s one
of the problems which it will hve to
solve. But no matter in what way the
American government goes about it it
will always find the native Cubans not
only willing but anxious to help the
Americans in the solution of the prob-
lan."
"If there should be an election on
the subject of annexation or independ-
ee, do you think the 100,000 Span-
iards on the island ought to be allowed
to vote?" "Oertainly not," replied Mr.
Palroms. "It is true that they are part of
the Cuban population, but their inter-
esta have never been with the Cubans.
Only on one condition should any na-
tive Sppanard be allowed to vote in Cu-
ba on any question, and that is that he
should publicly renounow hise allegiance
to panla." ,
"How about protecting the property
of the Spaniards in Cuba?" "The bonor
and dignity of the native Cuban govern-
ment would compel it to respect the
property and persons of all inhabltas4
even of the ipanuiards" "How about
t-lileraitiou of prisounes for political
oeIeusaM" "That will be the mnet do.
s*e ao the part of the native Cubs
aiter food, clothing and meddle s hivee
been applied to thb needy. The liberal.
8tic of political pilscinrs is something
whaih s .old owM as quickly thut we
feel cooMatt tIha tmt nmp a0" cj.er
loan govwn am tclas d l "w
ers hOm.x w 'SMhe q-|j|Bi of

aMsiese ir 'teattep ee I e lttb
'.w .nw maticR. c Spnia
atie CuSi sew o wh a r e m Xto s
compa.ud with the Speal ude namsdeae
a woald be amuh aone es



W t will to to -
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that adter peace has been declared the
temporary Americanu government in
Cuba will put men in otfice whose sym-
pathy is with the native Cubans and
who stand for the policy of liberty for
which the American government went
to war. By diamisaing from office every
native Spaniard and putting in office
conservative Cubans all traces of Span-
ish government, so hateful to the native
Cubans, will be removed. We have
every confidence that the United States
government will eventually turn over
the island of Cuba to the people free
and independent, and personally I be-
lieve that it will not be long after that
that Cuba will be one of the many
proud states of the Union."-New
York Son.
oral hours before they reached tC.,
scent of the tragedy.
Binr.man x, Ala., Aug. 17.-S. T
McCalloch, aged 22, has surrendered to
the police here, saying that he is a do-
serter from the United States army. He
says that he was a member of Reose-
velt's rough riders and deserted on Aug.
5 at Tampa. McCOlloch says that he
enlisted at Sants Fe, N. M., and was
with that part of Roosevelt's regiment
which was left at Tampa.
BuMxiORANA, Ala., Aug. 18.- Ala-
bama iron operators have already this
month sold more iron than in any month
of this year. The sales aggregate over
100,000 tons, and inquiries are still aso-
tive. Southern iron prices have kept
pace with the advaqoe in the north, and
southern pig is now selling for 25 cents
advance, but very little can be gotten
at that, the furnaces being sold ahead
for several months s
DECATUR, Ala., Aug. lb.-Deputit
bave captured a gang of counterfeiters
who have been opertting'4n this section
for some time, and had flpoded Decatur
with "queer" coin, mostly quarter dol-
lar sitaimped 1898. The leader of the
gang, Albert Larson, with his pals,
went under the guise of. slhermea.
Their plant and tools, with several hun.
died new coins, wore captured about 1
mile up the Tennessee river in a cabin
AIoUS'TA, Ga., Aug. AI -A unique
business enterprise is taking shape in
Augusta. The company therefore bhas
been formed. A steamer is to be par.
chased and made into a Boating general
store to ply the river and trade between
Augesta and Sevannab. The plan is
not to e up at either bank. but keep la
the middle of the stesIm, putting out I
or receiving trade from small bass. It
is believed licenu tax man thus be
avoided.
ATLANTA, Aug. 9.-Order have been
set out from the department of the
gulf by General Pennington removing
lsh the troops now as Key Wdst, Fla.,
and providlug them with transports ou
which they will be taken at once to
Mutmauk P'int,.L. 1. The information
WbU reached tile department last
Wek to the effect that several case of
yellow lpver had been discovered inu
Key West was reponsible for the sci..
o tShe government in removing the i.

OutimarroN.Aug. A o.-O- ar hard CQ
,. uate llivan'si slund was drowned whileoa.-
teaptag 1o uare young lEdwarr
skSlheft, who bat ventured oat beyond
h ip ch t's r am ris
wer O d *be Me 'Mhs "a iaeW.
*.th o Oi M stas oNrWpoaL N wta~ o
ft-o Mye*aded w bringr g hiss Ii
abaste w h> b a m Mie tbirtu..um


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aso want down. SoBaohte was saved
by other men from the station. OCate's
body was not recovered.
MounrroonT, Ala., Aug. 19.-The
Demoeratle date executive committee
bha adopted a resolution sustaining th
appeal of Syd Lyons and others from
the action of the First district executive
committee in the matter of prealdaing
qualifications for voters in the ap.
poaohtai primary, and directed the
ooegrelonal committee to call another
primary election in the oonnty to be
participated in by all legal voters who
professed faith in the principles of the
party and agreed to support the nomi.
nees of the oonventiou.
ATLANTA, Aug. 10.-TheConstltution
prints a special from Santiago de Cuba
announcing the arrival there of Colonel
Ray's immune regiment, which left Sa-
vannah several days ago. Aoocording
to this dispatch, the outrages which
have been committed in Santiago by
the Second and Fifth volunteer regi-
ments surpass description. The two
regiments, it is alleged, appeared to be
without control or discipline and broke
ranks shortly after reaching the city,
going from house to house, committing
robbery, murder, rape and arson.
MONTOOMKRY, Ala., Aug. 0O.-Com.
missioner of Agriculture Culver, who
has just returned from the meeting of
the vice presidents of the Southern Cot-
ton Growers' association, brings this
information regarding the prospects for
the cotton crop in the south this year:
Texas prospect i% very fine and the in
dicationr are for a larger number of
bales than ever before; Arkansas pros.
pect fine; Louisiana, Mississippiand Al
abama off from continuous rains anii
rust; Georgia, South Carolina, Nor.i
Carolina and Tennessee crop fine.
General News Items.
WAsmINOTON, Aug 20.-The presi
dent has appointed Charles Hays, Jr..
postmaster at Eutaw, Ala.
WAPHINTON., Aug. 22.-The Manila
cable was repaired and operated by the
signal corps of the United States army.
BOMBAY, India, Aug. l&-The bu.-
bonio plague is again epidemic. There
were 18 deaths officially reported last
week.
INDEPNDENCE, Isa., Aug. 18. The
barn of Peter Roy, 10 miles north of
here, was struck by lightning last night.
Five sons, the oldest being 14, who were
sleeping in the mow, were burned to
death.
WAsINorTON, Aug. 19.-United States
Minister Hunter of Guatemala cables
the state department that General Mo.
rales, leader of the revolution, was cap
tured in a cave on Wednesday and died
on his way to prison at San Sebastian,
SACRAMINTO, Aug. 18. Governor
Budd ham commuted the sentence of
John Corbett, who has been serving a
five years' sentence at Ban Quentin for
burglary. His term would have ex.
p1red next Tbhursday. He is a brother
of James Corbett, the pugilist.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 19.-The war de
apartment, authorities are not alarmed
about yellow fever among the troops in
the United States, but a close watch
is being kept at all points where there
is the least danger. The three cases at
Key West are the only ones reported in
the south and no additional cases have
been reported Vi the last three or four
days.


Havana


lacksonville,

Tampa and

Key West

Railway,

aurth
and
South
Line
through
the


Heart F!0odds

4ek
%or
rick*ft
dia the J, T. & .

Nrite the General fmso

Agent for Infe mialm.

N.B.Coffi, D.Auc

*mwlSO Nupta LLeAt. E. V.
JACKSONVILLE.
UmiMm


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during now Whole i-r w -.. eel
period o .1 c- 0*1'**"S"- "' "
m 7 A ICVCLB ACCIDBMa,
uf a? wortla ore cese of exhaustion. or belng4W-
Sthatia by come by beat. should always besll.i
O1 d aglnet by ihe bicycle r*ler em in
Kg or seOt t t a isk of our high grade I. W. RaW
h t3 11**i whiskey. It s the anes sad pWM
fi gmg smu w hiakey on tte market forMw m
J if toraatile in. purpose, and Msa anppetlmerand (t
Sform efoallwcan Ia unexcelled. Our stook of wuaei
wil me@ atand liquors amallaigh a d l.a a,
drsslr a -p M aip med -m s -*
m 6"1,W as"ry 1. A.-l. I
be Pend to1' ft 41.


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Knows
Tldto-a1Ow allabout
hoods and inedio le
The next time you see him,
VS t Msk him what he thinks



tof Ood.liver O with J
0hpg We, ar A &Wr
S otrueIn111h8i answer.
For twenty-fve year doo-
tos have prescribed our
mnulalon for paleness, weak-
Snose, nervous exhaustion, and
fbr all diseases that oause
Slo in flesh.
Its oreamy color and its
pleasant taste make It eo-
peoally useful for thnla anad
delicate children.
No other preparation of ood-
liver oil is like It. Don't lose
tine and risk your health by
taldng something unknown
and untried. Keep in mind
that SCOTT'S 3MULBION
has stood the test for
quarter of a century.
*rd 'pi ; all druggipts
* SCOT & soNk. Chemist, Now York.




PALATKA


M H direst tim
d sovol anwfmi


New York


No wonder so many sales
irrls and factory girls and housewives suf
Vr from indigestion and constipation and
bilious troubles. No wonder they are sub-
ject to the diseases of the delicate asecial
organism of their sex. The wonder is
rather that they can stand it as well as
they do.
But "a poor weak woman," as she is
termed, will endure bravely and patiently
agoules which a strong man would give
way under. The fact is women are more
patient than thry ought to be under spch
troubles.
Every woman ought to know that she
may obtain the most eminent medical ad-
vice free of ckarng and in absolute con.-
dence and privacy by writing to Dr. R. V.
Pierce, chief consulting physician of the
Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, of
Buffalo, N. V. Occupying this position for
thirty years he has had a wider practical
experience In the treatment of women'n
dieaases than any other physician in this
country. His nmedicines are world-famoun
for their astonishing efficacy.
The most perfect remedy ever devised for
weak and delicate women is Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription. His "Golden Med-
ical Discovery i the on:/ -ermanent di-
re.tive and nut iint tonic. The two tned-
icines taken, alternately, form the most
perfect and sniccesful course of treat-
ment ever prescrilbed fin female troubhles
complicated with a lusriw.h, ovurwrouight,
nervous, diseased crnst-litution. In sevetec
constipation Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets
should be occasionally taken w th the
others. They never gripe.


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THE TIMES=HEFALD. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9


DATYE DIOt6

FRUITLAND. I

rF iRUTrLAND, Sept. 8,
Slde nd aldom b heard from
the columnsu of Tits TIMu-
I will give a little news, to
that sheet is till surviving.'
weather is very warm for Sep-
r, but those who take the advant.
**ofb.ithi't in Ihe PoeelMr Spitln.6
O0't feel the heat so much
Mrs. O. Gauuleraud son,Redmourd,
ae visiting relatives in Frilltaud, Mr.
SGlaulier has bte lquites sick, but is now
; oalescent.
Arthur Appleby, of Crescent CIty,
visited his partn a Sunday, returning
l, eame day.
-Thursday evening, September f1tst,
at the reasueici of Mr. aud Mre. E.
J. 1'arrieh, the literary t'e,)artmnent of
the Epworth League, of Fruitlaud,hild
their second social entertainment of the
s. summer. The program forthetvenlng
cookisted uf music, reading, recitations,
and singing, at l e conc'usiou of which
the vouat people iudulgeti in j1 latilg a
few games. Then retreshnients Aer,
served itn a taslt nianuer, and at lliyT
past ten all bade their host Hid l.i't'.,
adieu,with pleaiaut recollections tnt tih
evening, anl tlhaning them for their
kind hospitality.


We are ijeased to see our friend, Dr.
Fletcher iice, out again, afutter heing
quite ill.
Mibs A'ma Kirkland is visitiing her
aunt, Mrs. Labree, at Georgetown.
C. A. Keye, is s:ienditg a few days
with friends at IHiliugs. M.
M1ELROSE.

MEL':OS, Sci t. 6
Dr. Burnhain add wife have returned
'from their brief outing.
Davil McNair is home to spend a few
weeks. lie has been teaching school
in Baker coutity, mid will return to his
duties about the lirst of October.
JudId and Lee cirpenters, and Whit.
ney plasterer, arc fnishing up the ad-
dition to Mr. A' uilen's house.
If you eat without appe tile you n ed
Prickly Ash Bitters. It promptly re-
moves imipuritlri that clog and impede
the action of the digestive organs, ere-
ates gsod appetite and digestion,
strength of body,and activity of brain.
Bold by Ackerman & Stew-rt.
Leaves Palatka.
David PI. Humphreys, formerly engi-
neer In th.e Selden factory, left Saturday'
aecompanled by his family, for his old
home in New York state. His removal
usas necessitated bp falling health.
S. R. Jerkins, of Melrose,was in Lhe
city Tuesday on county business, and
found time to run in and see the editor.
Aaron Varneu, of Harlem, wu In the
city Tuesday in attendance upon the
meeting of the county comminstoners.
HARTM,.


m-- memer of mte ur1er raiaata, or to Iia n
HARLxM, Rept.7. W. H. Blue, Supreme Organlzer, St. wapp"i ,el it 111i4asI aPl a
This neighborhood has safered aem Augustine, Fla. st o tT os9 M N D. D e, s,
othergreat los it the death of the Ven,,B.uhtO
Arabia Rev. John Gbrmau, which oc- S th0 Down se e.. e
curred on the rt instant.",Gand-- N. J. Hancock. one of or e emed, o r U. ase" lsa ai'u ,r.
faer," as he was familiarly known, subscribers from Francis, was in town % *:low.1a Stuhp
had been ill forseveral week. but it was yesterday, and showed us the horns and s da na os
only two weeks before his death that It bide of one of the very finest dere that mo rse pewer l
became evident that the end was near. has ever been killed in Florida. The .'o mta...
We regarded him as one of the bes weight was about 180 pounds. or. per- .M 7 -a19ImP .
men In Putnam county. The remainst hap, more. In tact it took two men to I" e *an v
were taken to Keuka and buned under carT the carea. Il*om f idesa .
the direction of the society of Dunkards The hunting party was composed of so 4 Lf iw aste
of which be was a member. Mesrs. Henry. Charles, and Issac
Entch, N. J. Hansock, and Henry tln. '
CommisslonerVarnes wenttoPaltka n, ad the deer was killed at Federal ioT. W. DAVis S.J.UL.BURN
Tuesdayvon offclal buslnes. Point, by Henry 'utch. It would be D S
John Smith went to Palatla Tuesd'y useless for ue to state that the party, AVIS & HILBURN.,
Mrs,.J.W.,Conway and chUdren,who every one of them, re proud of tit flue
have been visiting Mre. C's m gamw. and well they might be. .S WW
Ss. Caroline McCullar, at Huastin --
returned home yesterday., an t OTaaphi'tai'a ata tioa|111mDk B'ldg.
B. Moody is building an addition to asy to Take 'latka, Fleaida.
his house which improve. the looks of ao ft O ,ah i "---
it very much. y 1 Will practice tn all State and Federe
The annual meeting, generally known o n. ltast, on 5 m. b7tt
as the foot washing, of the Primative w. 0
Baptlst persuaslon, will be held in their 1 H.W. AVRY,
church here Saturday and Sunday of I IIh^UB 1R A T m
this wek. A large gathering ,. t a l CO0UNSELLOR. AT LAW,
ev .Mr.Allen,o Frnitlanl, preached ama t malitiap ltl {s Olce I0alalka National Dank Building.
large and appreative conW reti Aco. W practes in all Courts,. Mt and
. th MehpUt iourch N t BMBdy. in A4nda e .gd 6-
.;'-V
A, ., .7 !,


LEAN'

PEOPLE
clanlinesa s #
Walkhealh. 1w
have catarrh mxy-
wheret we c-
net Airvholly
clean,
Makesytem-
teo forte to
be free from
thin digusting
isese. Mrs. 1. A. Johnston, 10S
Pllham and Ripley Sta., Montgomery,
Ala., tells her experience with catarrh
of the stomach and how she was
cured:
"I will state to you that I habe
taken eight bottles of your Pe-ru-na
and two of Man-a-lin and rejoice to say,
* God bless Dr. Ilartman and Pe-ru-na.'
And I earnestly sure you that it
hba done me more good than any medi-
cine I have ever taken in my life. I
prescribe it to every one I meet who
la suffering, an the best medicine id
the world, and have made many con-
verts who arc now rejoicing in the
great good which they have derived
from the same. I can tell you that I
am almost entirely relieved of Indiges-
tion, that great foe which has tortured
me so many years, and can now eat
anything I desire without it is fruits or
something aeid."
To uinderhtand the scientific action
of I'e-ru-na it ti best to have lr. lHart-
man's special book for women or hai
book on chronic catarrh. These book.
are mailed free by the Pe-ru-na Medi-
Ane Company, Columbus, 0. All
lruggista sell Pe-ru-na.
The Order of United Moots


Is a fruiernal blniilt'riy a d>.r wl
pays ii memlers810 pert wick ali
sickness .ni <420 per monttlh for
years in ite of piernuaiiut disa'nlh
ail in i'd arp, datliag from the, 7
l)iollthi a Iiiil'sio of $20 per me
fou ten years. At the dealh of a m
her his benefitiarice are IOid $75
funeral expenses and a pension of
per otili h hereafter for a pe iod of
yitrs. lThie plan of paying by muont
pavlienltJ in rcignized to he the 1
ad safest way. of leaving suppctt
onuc's family, because it cannot beI
or stolen as is too often the case wl
the entire sum ia paid atdeath. It l
enables the Order to meet its obli
tins at all limes without extra assp
ruents, end failure is impossible Tbl
are two de; rees, and the fte for eact
$". The dues arc as fol own:
Subordinate Temple dues, not to
ceed 2.5c per montnlih,ilHdSuprelle Te
pie dius acco.diog to thi lfliowlug
bic of rates:
21 to 30 years of age, Il 00 per mol
30 to 35 1 25 "
35 to40 50 "
40 to 45 1 73 5
45toO 200 "
50toGO 2 50 "


lost


The dues remain the same as long as
the member remains in the Older.
A person qualified to be a memberof
this Order most be a white man between
the ages of 21 and 60 years, of good
moral character, of sound physical and
mental condition, and capable of earn-
Inl a living for himself and family.
For further information apply to any
f 1. d%-I. .. 0r .6b


Vertrees & Co.,
--WHOL6IALE--


*Hay,

g. rain,.
Flour,


Meal.
Grits,
Papers,


Paper Bags,
Building

Orange


Livery, Feed ant Sale -Sfables* Waon Rep lfov, .
AGENTS: The Standard Oil Company.
Walter A. Wood's Mowing and Reaping Machines.

PALATKA, FLORIDA.


----'

WALTER THOMAS,
..... WHOLSAL AND RTA.L DBA1&R IN.....


Groceries, Crockery, China,

Glassware, Tinware,

Wood and Willow Ware,


PIaper and Paper Bags


16( Lemion Sti'ect,


For Rent.
i ,,'i:i.<, ,-ouo vetjivn h l ici'led: (Ile
,ii i c 'v waiver; larne \ird; dlat qj.
i'p) y 'i ic at hit IOtfic '*

BabyCarriage all kinds
Tinware at auction,
Clothing, Dry Goods.
Hats, Shoes and Every
thing at auction prices,
33 yards Yellow Home
spun for $1. All at
The Racket Store.


Palatka, Florida.


FEARNSIDE & CO,

... IHeadquarters'For ...


CLOTHING,

--ents' Furnishings,

And Tailoring.


LEMON STREET,


- PALATKA, FLA.


W. A. MERRYDAY

... WHOLESALE...
Hay, Grain, Flour, Meal, Grits,
Orange Box and Building Material.

Bradley Fertilizer Co.,
Williams & Clark Fertilizer Co.,
Ray& Flckett Schooner Utn
PwA ne frm Ye k v* to Pati DiNret.)
PALATK FLORIDA


,PETITION FOR LICENSE,
To TRE RO1OALE OARD COFt Uffy COaiCO
FLO rnDA: xxalSSOxne, PITNrB p coCWY

Wines tend dritoe Liuonrs n id Pieliot o. 1 for the comme
Otioer l e. ldS and eoI g Septeb era lo th,o w: (1t ) e oiuly n
NAMES. WIT'12=1


'.'?iI ........ ............... .D Haddock
. L .40.0 na.....I................... J5D ec
........I ............ ........... MJ.~at
we-wI ."-.-.- ........ J. ka
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G W...... u law
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Reynlds....Ite
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wyu::.......

CM& .Kunnor .........CBA. ndImi


Jesse "uni

JS arks
I a sClrk
Viark
W Clark
V aClark
W Clark
i W Clark
U W Clark
K MRay
TMx ry


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STATE OF FLORIDA, T ""a
CoUNYr or PUTNAM.
Penronally appeared before me Thomas M. Ray, aent, who, b lng t duly
sworn to speak the truth, depose and saWe that hebis the e ,pplcatit mentioned
in above and foregoing petition; that .tcha.nd everyrnam signaturedtherto
wa made iln tl*Prem of at least two reditable Wite..., and that eband
evenr ume or lark adiled to said petition or a uppa wan the act a nd
of tl person purpotiul g to sia th m0, sad that the.WsJo fraud, bribery
or deception in procung ;nu,* ow.rna or am..I 3and lat all such signature.
or names were obtained after Jue n stl a8 6 andI i amordance with the revision
of the registration list hereto.e12 mad9e 6Aanditexistee that tae and now.
Swot to and subeqribd before me this th 4 o Au st, A. t.
(Beal.I. ROWO, justice of Peace.




DRICitLY ASH BITrER
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SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE.
JNDERI AND BY VIRTUE OF A D)IlCR( I
)ir TF iRIiFALHUI and sle. rendered In the
Circuit Coumrt of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of
the tata of Florida, for Putnam County. by the
lion. W. A. IHoMker, Judge of ,aid Court, tiamed
tle itlth day of July, A. D. 1 wherein
Mary A. Morgnane Is Co,,ilainant. and
.Ioin P'. Imau., et alm., art TefendAtlts.
I will m-II at inipbllc auction, for cash, to the
bhgiest and lest bidder, at the front domr of the
Court Iloitse. Jp Palatka, in said County of
Putnam, on the
FLiu MONDAYY IN KlRPKMHERA. D.IN@t,
the mao being the 5th day of maid mnontb. dr-
ivg the legal houri if m ale on that dky. al of the
following decMriled real estate, situated lWyang
and being in the C uuty of Ptnam. antd .te
of rlorl.k, to wit :
Being Lot No., Seven(7) of "Jacklso's" tub-
divisionof wat elif of tl thwstt quater of
satuthwet uart e T LEOn Lp
Tia (10)oulb, a Bo TweVty- x ?ma t.
oontaluini thVintte"459ths ( )8 8 alc.r
Book "*y" alci ou yau of 1us ils in
Putnam County. ,.- LCnKWLL
1*. Dl l A Mwi.
.. N.Haskell, Ctlat 'lnsu lt' or.
Palatka, na., Alug. I. --td. -

BPELUL EASITS MALL

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