Palatka weekly times
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Title: Palatka weekly times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Times Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: December 9, 1892
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1890; ceased in 1893.
General Note: Editor: J. Russell Kennedy, <1890>.
General Note: Publishers: McKenzie & Burtz, <1892>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 17 (June 12, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002054327
oclc - 33475273
notis - AKP2305
lccn - sn 95047303
System ID: UF00079946:00022
 Related Items
Related Items: Palatka daily times
Succeeded by: Palatka herald
Succeeded by: Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)

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BCBTZ. I 9 1892. VOLUME 3-NUMBER 43..
**ru.ri tor ,:I FLORID ,

rI SPECIAL NO1 ICt&:>>. II i

..... :&WANTED-bit nation bv a competent '; IMMENSESTOCKJ: L

man to take charge of an .
Orange Grove or Nursery; flfieen ,., .. ,
years experience. Place near lou-r- : ,-:;,,
ached refrrred. Address I>. 4. B.,
Times Office decal e-# .

0 'W AlTJillWbile Girl for gtneral r NEW FALL GOODS,
bone worK. Address stating : 1 -.
wages, JJ us. S. E. PECK, Pomona.}'Ja.d ct

-2GSIX _____ < '. :")" ,: '
Ht7>ORCD DOLUIES to lend i :'f' .
on city property, at eight per cent I .
rime, me to two ,ears. apply to .
.. GILLIS d. GICLIS. nol8-2 Brothers.
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; A1\-nn-PUIil.*ile for the Guitar .
3i; I by' competent teacher. For particu ,;>' *
Ian inquire of McLxUEY & Howrox. > .< Our Stock Is now almost Complete, and we are showing more Novelties and
no2.j.lm -. < /: 'Bargains than ever before. We will '
.- only have room to mention a. few Specialties -
ri' in this issue.
SHEET CELLULOID-Four khades, a .
McLAvnr & KOWTON'S. no25-tf

Speck'sHOLIDAY: .
GUA Go to Duane Bros jor everything S
you want in the way of Fresh ,
teats and Fish, Poultry, etc mh'21-tf [ Cloaks of

gI PAY IIiQiiEsr PRICES for Con-
federate Money*nd Postage Stamps.
Address, CHAS. D. BAHKEK, Atlanta, Fashion. .
Ga. nulS-1
t:7CoNTBAcron: of PJastcrin, Cementing FOR EVERYONE.
KalHonimmjj and Repairing
Plkstenng Work done to order & \
guaranteed satisfaction. AU orders
promptly attended to. -
.. eeplG JOSEPH ADAMS, Pa'atka. -

7'Duaue Bros.' market Is always 1 : c
... supplied with Fresh Northern and r
Florida Meats. mUltfMARKET. __ BEAUTIFUL/ LINE

Go to Duane Bros for First-Class
siesta, Poultry, etc. Everything first-
lass. Free delivery to all parts of the ]CIA-v-E: .: : : "
C lIIla II Pr nts nty. del3-tf Coats

Three-pound Can Tomatoes, 10 cents, Reefer

at Granger's. Long and 3-4-

Permit me to remark Th. Week nappeDID. Come and, Seeth, ,. em..
The wtek now ending has been ,
that my stock is worth fruitful In events of iuterestof pleasure "

and of sadness Business has been H*. .i ;:' '} ,
examining; A purchaseof 4 L .
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quiet a* a natural result that the. peo- -....:
is very prop- ple want to make large and varions ,..... THIN N EVER E
holiday purchases later on. There ban -
made with been some activity in real estate circles .: : i/L/ .fE i
erly more and tome property has changed \ :
ban solicitude and care transactions are hanging upon the bor- .. ./' I .
del of certainty, and the announce : s. --.r--
than is exercised in ment of the sales of some largo prop- }. Fly
verges, StormJSerge,
erties are expected. .. .r.- I
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buying groceries. The Our theatre-goers have been highly ., :, tc,

entertained by the appearance of 38c.,worth 6oc. .' .1
latter are quickly consumed troupes of national reputation. And "f ;" Blanks body. Silks and Velvets -
the colored boy shuts :t
now ODe eye a* ,
and, if unsatis- be looks at the gorgeous ,,pictures "' ..t, ....*&J..*" .-, ,*t '" .and a .yt :
pasted on expensive bulletin boardsthat .
factory, better goods tells of the coming on the 20th of "'',' hers ..
Sells& Rentfrow's colossal show. .
can be bought next The sympathy of all our citizens fs and Fashions. i
ate drawn out to little Jimmie Day, ,
a young machinist, whose arm was '
time. An investment fi
broken by the bursting of An emery
wheel in the car shops of the J. T. & S. J. KENNERLY
K. W. Railway. ,


The Palatka Cornet Band rendered y

another one of those delightful Hardware Stoves
open air concerts on their handsome ,

for all stand in front of Graham', Bal oods .
Is made once Store .
Tinware Paints Oils Leads
Saturday night and, judging from ,
and, if unsatisfactory, the large crowd assembled,the music s If
was: appreciated. i Varnishes Builders' Material
the difficulty can't be Above all things, this band should Lpren of LOW PRICES. ,< j
receive the encouragement and sup- BRUSHES, HOUSE-FURNISUI. G GOD FINE TABLE and POCKET .
remedied ; hence the port of our people, for, as we allknow CUTTL RY. Auo AGENT FOR Having man/years of experience in the Dry Goods Business, and '

necessity of dealing nothing is more attractive fora Buying our Goods for Cash,we can afford to offer you these Inducements
town than a good brass band.
with reliable firms. Every -: We learn that the band is badly One Lot Of 3g&ich All Wool Camels Hair Dress Goods, Regular

in need of a tuba; if this be the case, ,Price, 75 cents; Our Price, 50 cents. f

article we sell is it behooves our citizens to go down One Lot Or 40-inch All Wool Crepe Cloth, Latest Styles, eantiful =.:
into their pockets and help the mat '
Shades, Regular Price, $1.25; Our Price, 85 cents.
exactly what we repre- ter along as much as they are able.
One dollar here, fifty cents there, One Lot Of All Wool Henriettas in All the Leading Shades, Reg '
sent it and every state- and a quarter somewhere else, and ular Price, 85 cents; Our Price, 60 cents.

: ment we make can be before amount has one been is aware raised a sufficent One Lot Of Changeable Dress Goods, a Great Novelty, Regular ,
to purchase Price, 50 Our '
'. cents; Price, 35 cents.
the instrument. TUB TIMES intends
relied upon. In viewof Received. A Beautiful Line
Just of "The
Styles" in Eiderdown*
to.head the list with $5; who will {
thisthefollowingan- follow* -they are just the things for the Little Ones
Prices from 48 cents to 75 cents.
There are a number of citizens and
nouncement cannot firms here who,are able and shouldbe Be sure to look at our New Assortment of the New Styles of Silks

willing Co donate something. We Snrahs, Changeable Goods, Fraille, Ottoman, Armors etc. We guaranteeour
fail to interest you : intend publishing list of the donators Prices equal to New York Prices. '

make ; send in your name,with amount Full Line of White and Gray Blankets. We give yon a 10-4 Double .
Comeearlyand you are wilhng to subscribe The White Blanket for only $1.10. Comforts from 65 cents to 46.00. We can _,
your selection. columns of this paper are always Save you Money in these Goods. ;

open to any suggestion for the purpose We have the Nobbiest Line of Millinery ever shown in Palatka, and

of raising money for the expenses can make you any kind of a hat you desire, and guarantee the Prices to be
of Palatka'a pride-the band. the Lowest in Palatka. .
E J. RILES PALATKA TIxES. ..-... .........$5.00 Latest Novelties in ,
We show the Babies' Caps Prices from 25 'centto

Chase&Sanborn, best Roasted Rio $1.00. 1
THE LEADING JEWELER, II I I Coffee 25 cents per pound,at Grain- We consider it a pleasure to show.you through our line of Goods, and

35. LEMON STREET.: I ger's ______________ let you judge of the Bargains we will give you. fa '

r That PI..*. I. MEvER:: : S w
The competitive drill for the ii---: .

t1,8.Films Corrected Kreryltey.t, 11 L m.from plume in the Gem City Guards was ", Lemon Street, next door to Loeb.n;
Ouerntorr u W.a1dagtoe noil
held Tuesday night and resulted in Prompt attention given to all mail orders.8.t# ,.r
victory for Corporal Donald Gil >. STOVES and RANGES, wrra WIRE GAUZE OWN Doorz.Ar !
t JL This was not unexpected, however,
mYT FOB- .
"' as Corporal Gillis is a well drilled GROWEBB, ATTENTIOirf H.T.TaUerU j f ii

soldier, and understand every catch STEVENS BROS.&Co The long association of this gentleman l
',,", command in the maeael of I am manufacturingQrULTTT a b"UFs ea
.' arms. with the shoe trade of our city has gtTin ;
1 ; The entire with the Of HARD WOOD OlUXOZ
company, excep- FIRE BRICK.Starrett's
J'j him superior advantages in the se ec- :
.: tion of the victor, fell out on one ,f ..utdw Box SIDES,which are going at stoat
. second +ly turn of goods suited to the trade of this .
and the
command-that of
I 3 to <4< cents, f. o. b. Just think It "
. "attention" from rest" r-- section,and"his business has beenkept- .,
parade '
: Carpenters'TOOLS. will pay yon? :M. H. DALTON. r
MIL to the front which has
. The command which should have = constantly
; If been company, attention" was -J Putaara County has many and variai iIII rwed in volume,until aowula thev*......MleMtag ....

.. obeyed by the entire company with resources of wealth undeveloped,a4 shoe store south of JaciwQvfUe .
: Hia praaont stock in excellepcy :. y .
'-;..,... .: i.I this exception.We FLUE ITTE,TILE Flu CLAY.GcAKA2mBB we propose by the opening of our te- riety of faw.awl elegancy of sales exceeds '
!< heartily congratulate Corporal > PBJOC OK CAS LOTS.Carpenters manse Trade E& toe of sixteen pages, aa y previous effort laAls line. ,
.J'..' Gillis, however, as the_prize could .- to point oat sere of the moani wfctta ..... are new;the prig exceedr:1" s '
have fallen to 'none more faithful : Sax: tagir Jew,aad satisfaction teed. .. ;M.i:
Machinists. reaelaiaatiiSaiisiiSwlrSrbj.tils vsealkt g 4
and eaS .
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t ar ,ttna CU00\ me -". ;ercn to-"
ring In U-nsaJe! her companion stare "To none, save to Aim One whisper, NEWS FROM STOKES. .N.N.NNNq.N NeeeN.e.NeeeMI. .

at her with open admfcutioa. one hint, might ruin tall. More lives I Con undent PaUtVa-Times.STOKES j I. .
For hour they tramped briskly'about than yours and mine depend upon it." esi Dccembf 6.Mr. :: :

the crisp cold woods, air and excr- "1 will'obey,"was the answer. "God I .

else bringing natural glow back to knows I can never cancel my debt to J. N. Davis, the foren an of Wm. 'U- :

the womatf's-: cheeks, "while"her'lonj' lf.: l rout Withoni my oath, your wish Stokes & D.I Mt for Sooth Carolina 2

easy stride tested sorely McKee's management } would be my law. I will be silent and of never returning REGULATE THE :
Monday thinking !
of his-heavy and novel skirts I, obey. a STOMACH. LIVER AND BOWELS, :
Then they went back to the cabin talking "Enough! I trust you." He held out ajain. Mr. Davis wa a very copula An .

4: long and earnestly of her plans after his hand. His companion grasped it, man, and eaincO many friends during : PURIFY THE BLOOD. :

landing of chances for the enemy's standing quite still as it was with- his two years stay in Florida. I Ldle..W.A RELIABLE Bttl.aa.A..Iarb.C.wl.REIEDY FOB ::

vcnent: la such weather, finally drawn-with something like a groan Messrs. Stokes & Son hue shutdown 1+. ...DrgepL.C...... 1.1..TN..lcll :
.Inftia the and the van passed 1Mra1..... Bad ......
to conjjcnial subject of Bessie rapidly away into their mitt and have openeda C..elealu >> ',. .
Vi cst hcster and her brave clevernesson the shadows.A saw Offeaahr BrMlk, ... all......... &h .
turpentine business. Mr. Si?Veinakm at..a..a. ..,... ... u...... :
sat prisoners' Sunday. But never moment later Miss Clay .
once again .
Frantic at I a' T oesa. Mtkhw feijvrtoM
.e 1 ..1f'fOPr.Pba'I did McKee return to the thin ice of the stuted--tb1s time to her feet There The new bin stops public! at school at IbiS present.placeis is.Kf.effrt.Sold o..A. dsa"ar...,. Ot Diwtn a anredf.t.lio .,Ptnininl raid M***b5.* :

ids/DIJFI IIkIOrlCO4r0IDdllS/l QrS/llA( 1 lUAGlNG1 fescue and the anonymous warning, was no mistake; a step bunded with- Miss Kale .. bjr .tna Wia. A iI'W awls meat fcw mail :
along nicely. anMtp oUMata Addn
though his boyish enthusiasm carried out, approaching the cabin. Quickly getting .
teacher to be : THE RIPANS CHEMICAL
xn.A Lumpliu, the << seems CO.
xnnncBT SUKFOXSZ *Tt>e curt have staid It and the'voice him far beyond his intent regarding his the girl grasped the revolver, leveling well pleased with her tcbool. She has STKCCI: VTRIET.: K1W TOK: ctrl .:

Bright, deceptive glints of nxnrfa: Of ny own tbe prophet shining sad alb"ltl""Vou oracular soulCoparms pretty cousin by courtesy.By It. A as a soft click tap sounded on the door. about twenty scboiars Miss Kate .r N e.e e N. ...Ne..........eN......
degrees the sharp sounded
as long day warning simultaneously
slanted low from the east the Lumpkin spends her Saturdays and
crisp over are as safe now as though already old Pete's with her calm
cabin call
was with :
low shore line, touching jet only the away vocal holidays fishing, and keeps her board R. W. & W. M. DAVIS
in Stuart's camp. But come; the Bessie's praises, and ardent lover had "Come In!! l
house well with fresh fish.
tall tree lops, M old Pete emerged from day will be a long one, anyway, and a told hid little idyl of doubt, hope and The door swung-slowly open and the ing tnpphed
Mr. B. F. was out on a wild
his cabin the creek and stood Squires TORNEYS
dingy on AT
tramp in this air will help after showed CAW
final her
yourimprisonment" delight; while the woman's sympathy a stalwart figure turkey bunt last week and brought in
a statue in ebony, listening Intently -
never hinted that she had heardit dressed In the very height of loudest fifteen head killing all of them in one
Hickman-Kenneny Block Lemon
They walked briskly through the clear fashion. Street
all before if not In
quite so
gushing evening. It seems to be no trouble: for
, Stalwart and t.a.n.like Anak's wm.-: sunshine that brightened all nature form. Then a cry broke from her lips and Palatka. Fla. es-ly:
him to keep wild turkey on the table
the long,bony limbs of the black over but gave little warmth plunging into "And to say that the course of true the next instant she was folded in the all the time.

which the corded muscles played with an errorof crossed paths that seemed as love never runs smooth! he cried, final arms of Evan Fauhtleroyijo Mr. W. C. flines who is a new settler E.SIrnLL
every motion, denoted unusualstrength I familiar as Charles street to her escort.JJpItfl .
ly. "That is rank heresy The courseis here seems to be well pleased ,
even for one of his race and of his awkward attire that [ BE COYTrn tED.] ,
sere to smooth, sooner or later if the with his new place, and also with the '
calling. And the grim strength of his L .A. V'Q'YfE: R
In :
caught underbrush and Tine, and obis f love be only true!" location.Mr. .

painted face made more absurd by Again that inscrutable expression- BEATTT'8 PIANOS AND ORGANS. B. F. Squires has recently made .
I garish light,McKee proved himself capital so puzzling to him in the woodssweptthe lIon. Daniel F. Beatty, the great some fine improvements on his place OrncK-Second street opfw Hr| Overt Hoc*

company. % lie talked poetry and girl's faceand again the color faded Organ and Piano manufacturer, is and additions to his building. lIe has PALATKA. FLOKIPA. .

j.e people, sang a little, and good-natured wholly from it. But she only said, with building and shipping more Organsand also the finest onion crop in the coun- "

ly chaffed mutual friends. Then
ing down, he heard for the first time "Perhaps. Heaven grant. that you Beatty left home a penniless plow-boy, : acres in cabbage and sugarcane and : 13"E r.J."T S

minute detiilsof Miss CIa,'. race for two may never prove the con traryr' and by his indomitable will he hat other produce. Mr. Squires has a wry .

T freedom of her capture, and of her sin It may have been the sunset glow; worked his way up 80 as to sell so far convenient place. CELXBKATBOPianos
gnlarrescue from the hut. nearly 100,000 of JJeatlj's Organs and} There crowd at the
through the dingy' little pane, that. was a large
. /SJd7 "Hy Jove! that fellow is a hero, whatever softly touched her face back to color Pianos since 1870. Nothing seems to dance last Friday night at the residence and Organs.
color his coat!" he cried as she dishearten him; obsr.\cles'laid in hisway of Mr. B. F. and all
t + but there was a glory, aa of tender Squires,
p\ Ati A\\ closed her guarded: recital memory, over it, and -a sadly tender that would have wrecked am' who attended had a delightful time. Tor Catsrsstddroee. .
ordinary man forever, he turns to an
"lie certain risked his life, the girl light stole into the eyes that gazed long Everything passed off pleasantly.
I eA.n'LI I naused an If: "a dastard's death and absently the coals on Pete's rude advertisement and comes out of il After dancing about three hours Mrs. DANIEL F- BE 'TT'i"as..ttntrton. N, J
; for /lTfeher head wasavert hearth. brighter than ever. Ills instruments, inquires: passed around a nice large
.}% 4f I as is well known, are very popular and Cake each
; c color glow Hours later-when the slow riding to person remembering -ft Wbo are WEAK. NER\'''I :s, DE.II.ITATfcI .
ylI r r above her are to be found in all parts of the them of its being her husband's birthday II >. who in f..ll'), ,ndinnrtnie
moon had silvered crisp twig and softened world. We are informed that during cake. This Mr i II..'0' trillnl .iw,\ tliiirvigor.
the dusk of wood gladeswhenthe was a surprise to 111135 BODY. Milt> ..nd1 \V.
the next ten be intends to sell
roman in many I thin-sheeted ice on little creeks years Squires himself, as well as the balance I Yl I HOOD, ran"in ttiin.lr Iriuicnimn .
returned 200,000 more of his mate, that meansa .
1d, seriously ot the crowd. X.C01liSVIIPTI01' die vrrn!! of ikfc, H.ad.u tie,
her glances, mirror-like old business of $20,000,000 if we average Baek..h... |trtalfu1lmiD.: ". Wfuki "'-- ..1 I Mi,,.mimr -
-tosity. Any i Pete came in from tending the horse, them at $100 each. It is already the ( CURED. )'tnq.bi"' | n Ute fc, end at tier t-tlur..
O y't ask his fathered oars and oil skins andI leading t<> rtrlvdeoiy.Coiiwiiuptmi. ->r 111- "uy I ,
up largest business of the kind in exist .
hoi- An old physician reared from end lor tCHtK O LIFE:. > 4k11! 1 fri f sub
a ;1- ence. Send to Daniel F. BeaU, Washington practice particulars <.t a horncm*. >? <<< I K> \o I'\v.

I t kl "Et's 'bout wantin tWo hours ter New Jersey for,Catalogue.Eipans having had placed in his hands ban } mt- UK. PARK, R, :M":\.In N.j .11t.IMTVhOHM ', It'll...

war moonset, Mars' Lee, so Pll git de boat East India missionary the formula

myWe outen the rushes an' float 'er down. Taboles have come to stay. of a similar vegetable remedy for the ,

One hour by moon you bring missy ter speedY and permanent cure of Consumption WOKEN .bo have Headaches,

I de creek." To make our Holiday Edition whatis Dron : itls,Catarrh, Asthma S I CTT I( Ptrf Backsehr M :ud... NtI\lr.lciu 1..llIrlllh'I"I":, Ikutr, .rLiam. ,

he Then, watching his shadow lose Itself desired, we need the support of every and all Throat agd Lung Affections, .. 1)i-.rd'-r") allli .ht-1d"eo-)

**.dl linghad in gloom of woods, Carolyn Clay turnedto business man in Falatka. Rememberthis also a positive and radical cure for Nervous _Organs till of, ll7rntttw.tilt Womb, Ixorortho:and vrkul s,
y I HAS nrSPECTED TO DR her and do and all Nervous Complaints : :
companion: your part. Debility seal fur WOMAN'S BOOK OK I L1/1[.

'TRIPS.** roil I "To reach home before daylight, In after having tested us wonderful (S'o seated Craw), :free No,PA with.. ]>rtn-tiiani for teen.rota

hard seamed face showed that disguise," she said, quietly "you INTERLACHENReal curative powers in thousands of SetCBtinc Mxlttaaonii; nliunt. '"I h \!_
strength well suited to ow must go now." cases, has felt it his duty to make& il s rience Careful Ofmjpio aDd Hi.m,; u< i I'M-
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god 1 ontatioDit are the of our auecett. Address *
Cleaner cut and firmer than "And leave you here alone? Nol Estate Agency I! known to his Buffering fellows. Actuated C. W. PARKER: M. I"hTillr. > .
-at I Uk he by this motive and desire to N. ... .
the negro Pete's f eatureaj lyr' answered,decidedly. "I cani a use Me Clwm. : rt-tin
and stem the thin blu LI IS" I slip in unsuspected, or, if need be, can Offers for sale for the Season of !Sd293 : relieve human suffering, I will send -- -- ----

,though used to sudden 1 stay here to-morrow-" ORAXGE GEOVESCOTTAGES. WILANDs LD free of charge, to all who desire it, DEFORMITIES !

were the motto of the Don with'armly. "You iriut go" she repeated, firmly. &c.RENTS ''I this recipe, in German, French or English

aye ready! "You have already risked enough fort Cottages, Clears Land, puts [ with full directions for preparingand CTOM Rye. Hair Lrn Cnrratureof the Rpm,
night, I and there is out Groves. Estimates of cost using. Sent by mail by addressing slab Feet, Hip Joial DMW. anti all Iwf.innJ-
The flatter of aloof and] me, no possible reason to given tiM., tk. Hand*. Arms, LIp and Fart, radtoaftrewed. -
clearer; then Meredith's h." l I stay. It is but an hour, and I know the on application. Address with stamp, naming this paper.W. .

appeared and drew up ivt th; him ,I way to the creek as well as you." LOTT ALLEN, SR., A. NoYES, 820 Powers' fleck:,

"!lere we are. Pete," )1. And .'But-leave you alone!" no4 Interlachen Fla. Rochester y. Y. DISFIGUREMENTS.

fa that "I will not be. Little as they can re-
merrily dismounting as ]
# THL DIXIE FLYFR- Sa etteors Hair Win Mark. Moles, eta.palnitMrty .
permitted, and assisting ones. place your friendly talk, I shall have NOTICE Of' FINAL DISCHARGE. and for
light descent from her cold I] ehebother. my memories," she half sighed, adding, Is the appropriate name of the new rateable treatise on 1'Z.o.r-1t.nd
C. W.rABKIR: )1. D
to- -' "Sarrant, Mars' Kee Ho softly: "and my hopes! I insist. that NOTICE Honorable Judge et Probate of Putnam train put on the "Snwance River mj" WO N.Cberrr. Nashville Tenn.
-- Bless County, Florida,on the FIRST St0DALY "
yon go. Route Georgia Southern and Floida
the negro answered, with i ,
MAY, A. D. 193, to make final return ofmy
but showing no surprise at] I might i "But -shouldv anyone chance to account as Administrator de lu'U'lnoD <>t tUt tailroad, to connect the North and > DOWN MFf: ,LU.1WO-
voice coming In such ice, there come" .* of Wm. P Rlnjt ham,decease. and for *oulh. Equipped with Pullman Palace BR9I 1 N MEN fntfenu* from any
Teat risk "In that final discharge from said Administratorship,is ONIC; IH-EABC. van nt nr. a ,
this leaves
lmpoesible'ase. Jacksonville
Cars train
one at
shape. Bad Original Bin OOD hereby given,in compliance with.laroTrE1t valuable work on tbeir attinion (scaled, f re*,
trap and spoken in that roil' ray for" might perhaps be safer than two she CHARLES T 6:30 p. m., and Palatka at 5 p. m., and I and learn how they caa be Mired at himir, by

accepted them as count mswered, answered, with one of her rare smiles. October 11,1892.Administrator de punts ocU-non.m arrives at Atlanta 7:45 next morning, writing DR-l'ARkiR A CO.. 310 N C"IIJ'KR81'.,
NasnrruSTarrlr. write
role. "'IflbeJudg NY our detection would be ruin." Nashville) 7:30 p. m., connecting at are dangeroo lleaat Better%laM your to-day trouble!Ulay.811

"And here I am again I' "But I cannot leave you unprotected. S'rtlbvi11e with the Chicago Vestibuied how lone afflicted. wj.-

said as she threw backjwvget y in- "I am not. The smile lingered; and Limited and S::. Louis bleepei, making -

across now?"''-. .' she pointed to the revolver lying on thedrer.8er. DrBULUShave only one change between Jacksonville THE

"Sarvant, missy*the ne J "But no one will come; 'tis or Palatka and Chicago, St. Louis

"Glad yo's cum, kholy. Iyo' I doyour I absurd to think of itYou mutt go; I mod all principal points in the Northwest

d. fo' las I gave my solemn pledge-to Bess. .
"Thank Can- She will be so anxious about-tn you. we j gt I 'Stearns Win Mill ll
with the VesUbuled limited for
eight?" she again asked'anxl"RecfrV ly. The man still argued, protested, wavered. :
lie isa Washington, Philadelphia and New
the black replied, The woman was gentle, but
We used Dr. Bull's
York. On about December 1st thU
lyas briefly. "1)e creeks is w says.when I firm, unyielding. So, finally and with; ; or : ,

wi d; ice but ct'. light, an1 I ki I | reluctant feet, he moved towards the1tdden Cough Syrup in our famity this splendid service will be extendedthrough ] "tt tlI h

out onto ttI de flat." sholy. Den, ef u r'rr..n sem how he with assistance horse, hitching stran end np in hnclcle..fmm haste and for years and find, it to be'' .shdrt to,_the Tampa.Georgia To Southern make a ionStory and S ."Ii i t Jjle

--: -- Z Frt on him. little hands the best remedy for croup Florida, witb its through sleeping car
Bnt s i it her she Interrupted as deft as they were taper.
patibritly. : j er face said For the moon was low in the west,throw. and cough. \Ve have usedit service, quick time and close connection
he all in Florida the
I II is giving points
Jut it cut his ingdeep,long shadows from the trees
"De marster knows, Pete anaweTed.Tely'u / as for children who
our are most comfortable snre and tran*
y oft in-. Sis lips. Hero McKee mounted the seat and held out rapid
Qorenauter. "lie ent send-
"n Quivered, a* & f to speak, but his hand."I all subject to throat trou- portatioo to all points North; and Le
in' Pete no marracles;so dis ole nlgga'a:: who fails to ask for a ticket by the 1lf r
t. Icnowledge-ffunf don't go no fodder dan dropped her l nd listlessly at must obey yon,- he said half- ble with excellent results. "Suwanee River Route" will lose both ;
her r-Bo and moved ion
de prcsunt Hut I reck'nt""And again, silent sheepishly "as you inlie so strenuous time and 0
we reckon on some hot coffee. After a little ehe turo/d and said, with ly. Go down soon to the creek. God We prize it very highly. opportunity.

evident effort: r watch and Mrs.\ FRANK H. YORK
Pete" McKee said. "Oome In, Miss speed you Miss Clay! You Ladies
are Unfortunate
"Ilo\r much wanr r it seems! are the bravest woman I met.
Clay. Ton need it, after that freezing etgr Oneonta N. Y.
ride." "Warmer! why, itVttolder! than the "May lie keep and protect you Willie i because the higher they rise in society

t "Sarrant, Mars' Tee" the said North poleT McKee eicN raeu'; but ho McKee she answered, warmly. "1 the weaker they find themselves bodilV.RWeI'a .
negro Great Tobacco
) removing his woolen cap, as they en- seized the changed subjecr\eagerly, for owe yon a debt that words cannot ex CHEW A :d :t-PncseioctS.. At all tiMltrs. Phllotoken control the nerves
his tact told him there
tered. "Do "wfTee's dan an', wid delady's was something press. Gcod-byt and may Bessie re- aids nature in her various functions, k
! ward you always for loyalty to her
permission, ru 'tend ter Mars'CarTa '
go friend and thus combats with the many ills of

hose" J iL i- ; She stood wrapped in womankind successfully. If yourdlUggillt t The lightest, strongest, most durable,
While the worn horse was led into a deep thoughtas M. J. has has been built and
he into the Murphy.WHOLESALE not got it he will order it in cons rot n=e for
sheltered gU4. well back from the rapidly turned northward. roadway Then she, trotting for you for $1 a bottle, from Chas. F. years, has stood the teat of time, is
road and rubbed from muzzleto ) suitable for ah classes of
briskly slowly to the cabin and sank into E'isley, wholesale druggist, 62 CortlandSt. work. Ask
heel by the brawny Llack, McKee a New York. Send for for Illustrated matter
a descriptivepamphlet giving descrip
poured steaming coffee: Then Carolyn YfIJ 1 the future, again-and questioning the the coals as to n Slroc1BI1ii t I Pi1er rf with directions and cer tion of our wheel made with mallable

Clay produced Mrs. Gray's mneh-praised iIj'f pastAs t tificates from many ladies who have iron felloe, strongest and lightest
tin. McKee turned into the road two used it and can't say enough in favor wheel in tbe trade.

"No nol that," the youth cried. i J dimly-outlined figures,in shadow of the I of Ulster's Philotoken. We build all MM* of both power and

Those are your marching rations. : trees, moved noiselessly farther into the WHOLESALE uo> RETAIL pnmpinz mills, general Wind i Mill! op-

Here's our breakfast Maryland club r woods. Both peered out intently the plies of all kind Tank work of every

cookery." passing trap and its strange occupant, WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. AN ORDINANCETO kind a specialty. Goods are fully guar
.C. but both remained silent as ghosts until anteed.
De dived deep into Mrs Clonans
" they rattled out of sight. the celebrated J. W. Harper
pocket, ng np with a package Agent for Will give farmers and others whole-
wrapped in oil-silk and packed with the "A woman What can it mean?" one I & Silvester Whiskies. A nil line Bale prices where we have no agents.

best of cold substantiate; and the ad- .f queried. of the best brands at the lowest prices. PROVIDE FOR TIIE LETT Sendfor our large 72-paze Illustrated
"It's all right the other answered. I Catalogue;; and mention this paper.
venturous breakfasted with
appetite That is Carroll Meredith's trap and I 1Ues OF TAXES FOR THE
natural to frosty morning, largely think his old servant E\t must be : Address all com> rx>mlence to the

aided by danger passed and hope renewed. f there lire _............._................$150Boss YEAR 1802.BE !) .
Then, aa the negro again JOOSilredterEye STEARNS MANUFACTURING COmh25tf ", ,
He pointed to the dull-glowing win- SnrerWedding----------------------
loomed gigantic in the low doorway dow of the cabin; and both still ........ ... 300 : Connersvilte, Ind.U. S. A t
the girl asked: men, Standard"A A"Bourbon........... 400 IT ORDAIXED BY THE Cnr Cot
keeping close in the skirt ofeft'Pt. woods,, J.W. Harper.-. .. boo
-MAny patrol'boats in the river, Peter'TIenty noiselessly up and peered into it o- CIL OF THE Crrr or PALATKA, I. Ju. Purcell 4

I missy; but dem doan' count. eagerly. The Jug Trade a specialty. Country STATE OF FLoRIDA. ,
Mo**o' knows Pete an' left him
des ,
-She u there! Let'athe firstspeaker orders solicited oc23-tf
Ch '6hona.b1e. SECTION That for the purpose of
began; one firm hand his ATTORNEY 1
over securing an equal and uniform rate of
"But Mars' Carl said transports were : mouth the other pulling him-down beneath
/r taxation and to the '
< passing up night before last" McKee M r ss! 1 the sill, as Miss Clay quickly FOR MEN ONLY for the ,current pay expenses appiopriations of the city, And CooMeUor.&lx.... eppo luth Corr,'

j \Wd.. ,,. ""' + turned her eyes from fire to window. and for the Bium.
7n. + paying of the
Denis. all expenses CT"ni practice la an Conrta.
gone up IVaMs town, the "Am I ?" FALATKA.
growing nervous she said to Fire and Water '
black YOUNGMEN.IOLD Department and the "-*
replied "Las' night, w'en I mek herself It
XKXX with a half-smile. }; really HI !'I THT8IU U Til SttniTS llSfaSC interest on bonds,there shall be levied --
Uay spocshun, der warn't one o'dey in CEDED,,WAEMI.T.to fancied I heard a whisper there. Carolyn flat sal. Swats.f rti W frt4 tar....... upon the Real and Personal

Ylertbbcr. But I does 'tpiu dose traosXly avoid In the other, whether romance day: I am ashamed of your coward- .}_SHAKE bus -Off ka.wtaa THE HORRID.w t* ncMMfiltr( In said city, a ta: of SOTTEX Propertya MILLSupon ,

t& tOOly'-' leer ... ._....
** or ns4 t o7ic aisles: t.av .-.18. & rrooes. -'Y : the dollar distributed as follows: t
\ are usually full of green recruits "There lea creek just ahead. Let us The two shadowy figures had with- .General Fund-Eleven mills.

Miss Oay said, quietly, "whoa.hoot it for ice." drawn to some distance, the first speaker t III NEW. lOOK Fire and Water Fund
try I. ....w,+s,...".. -Fonrand one- .
is ttl&hail"t A this sin I'e6tedon the surface of again the first to break silence. a k...indeed d___ half mills.

An Jem's cor'ns. too. Dem's' f on'o' iho little run. but it quickly gave way "Why not?" he whispered, eagerly. ;; ::sae.raaua.a of u Interest on Bonds' Fund One-half

lowerlir boat an'*spectin* fish'mun" wot even at the banks, under the pressure "The coast is clear. Let me go In and 0Ywa.HOME."TREATMENT lt.y ail'..1tJ', mill. ca Croats business,tad'J'hde.1Iub tbndaetedfoe nhtahied.and aQ Fat.

... .. ,
1 .. .. ..
"God fartidT the girl' exclaimed will not do much harm," he "First, let me remind you to remem- ....,w tfa i'&Wac Ye..w.i e.-.....". October. D. 1802. reetott+ 'r lye from"Ti! bleat UJDeUwa,!rase 1
inspection -nI.1htWe saidconfl.kntlJ": These flats freeze ber your pledge," the other broke in. ... Sarnostns Jeo Wx. RADCLirnc DxWtn'asitar. Read model dewing aldoq
are IQstr \ day. at least,'before the river. But you "I must be in the city by dawn.. You Mta4.? WWKMU aft,.').f iwraa4 resident of Council. tsoa. W. ed....... It p&teat&fWe Gr 1riUI sot,dsseNp.free of '
.... .... dIane. Ou..
'B*t no\a win comer MChee cried must get across to-night." are to gofelone; but I hold yon to your ... be Cars.r aat.a.....ul.It* a.... Approved October 28th 1802. A >aCJlA.1'TER tlolet. "Bow sat to Ob&a1a till pat..,Ie IenleIL
I .cr.a"1.c. ann "1 ifrfZ. Only death shall stop me this oath in spirit as in Better!;. Remember E-o-.u. ..ta..ltanYLielDitfl.Of'.... -_ MAKTIX Gzornx JR., Mayor. aamea of rt'aal' cUeuta b Toot gtaie PateDta.1rtlll,-..-
timer Absolute silence'* rs.s! w ar." ..t eraa..e&aa."aU t*tmfvmt Cnnnifc Attest: JOSEPH PBICE, town,seal tee. Addn.e; --I.ot
i j, 't-lttE-.,MEeI-cALC..WFFCOO.i.1..a, a..tMlarr..W.W 1 "a...MM.,..I October t[SEALe 2Sth L.tttT 1892. Clerk. -. c.A.a .. 0 w CO

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A Citizen ha ,.Word to My IB Their !).- CocreumFlteb *. Well Pleased With. rvvr .

fence.PALATKA the Davenport Matter COUNIT OFFICERS: .
fLA.f Dec. th. NEW YORK Nov. Congressman Jud'tl Criminal Court of Record-Imns '. .
Editor Palatka Time' Ashbel P. Fitch, chairman of the con- -4. Gilts Esq. \ > "." 1t'., ,
IL Spafford. Ji' SD'S l>"UJJN SSwiB 1 1J
I have been eeeing i in your paper late gressional committee appointed to investigate Oerk-J.County Solicitor BlackweU.-Joseph. !

ly a regular onslaught on the County John L Davenport, is very well Jude Count Conn-Jo eph K.Baldwin Eeq. will 8*. dtev Sad at thi ,

Commistionen reference to this road pleased with Secretary Foster's reply to RARE BARGAIN IN ST. AUGU County Commi >ner -T. C. Butl r..Chalr. HI." j.". .. t

business. Somebody'8 toes have en his letter protesting against thepaymentby man; T. X. Gantier.L.U. Morgan H. S. fli- J

the secretary of the treasury ofDavenport's 'TINE.Xottb ton,W. R. Bowe The Board meet the first !
dently been trod on, but are the (;om.misaiorrert Tuesday in each month. "
i doubt it. I do "expense bills In his re Frank Wright. :
to blame Clerk Circuit Court-
ply Secretary Foster refuse to suspend of San Marco Hotel, near Sherl1f-.Jamn IL Shelley. v Chatnbef"uits
not believe tb* e gentlemen have acted payment of the bill until the committee .
Judge Cooper' residence and the County Collector-Frank IL Blanchard. -
investigate Davenport's
except from a sense of duty. I be- accounts,
L LUentbaLr
and cites as position :Shell Road a two-story, highstuddedhouse C.owItyTrea8Ul'f'r-
lieve that, whatever mistakes they have authorit71:1t: County ASMaBOr-W. M.Williams. .
0' the
decision by supreme -
made they have been actuated by bench that the circuit court must of ft rooms; built by a Northern Super i or of Eegi tration J. IL Merryday.BOARD Ldunges Window SLtCts

carpenter of the best material for his X. .
sincere. desire to serve the county and the deciding power on Davenport'sbills fBed
as provided by law. uwn otdipancy. Double piazza, ce- F. P. Ackerman Chairman John R. Harp, '

save aleney.too business is con After the court has approved the accounts iiimted cistern.! : Ground contain sots John P. Wall. Alex. Strauss!' ,Secretary. Mattresses. :
far as this road :b jBgs .
the secretary says he would not i cam of eeuu-irupical trees. Only Superintendent Board of Public Instruction ; ; ,
cern d, the law shows clearly enough in
be justified suspending payments, as
lyuO $t MO cash balance $10 A. Strauss.
that they are not required to accept tbe requested unless some evidence of fraudor ; per CITY OFrCERS. ...

lowest bid. And thIS is lust, becauw clear and unequivocal proof of error mouth, at o pr cent iulerest. Con- Griffin Jr. PICTURES FRAM L 'i 0 ORDER.

the lowest may by no means be the on the part of the court were pointed vroivui to gvod boating .od tbhin:;. 'Mayor-3fanla Aldermen-Wm. R. DeWitt, Fresident; S. J. .

best bid."Pennv. ont In commenting on the secretary's If you want a home or a .sure in real- Kennedy, Wm. Iven,Q. w.I\aSMn. A. Veins, Ilopin. ; to ,. ii.r Ml, I SUALL GIVE
went the Ancient don't
in City
and foolish" Uan communication :Mr. Fitch said: neglect;
wise pound Samuel Lion,
P. A. ratt, Joseph R. Dunn,
old saying, It is also a good one, "We have succeeded in putting secre- this. GEO.St. 11. CHAi'IN & CO., Robert J Rites,A. T. Capen, L L. PurccU,J. & ALL ORDERS ,.t. \,, i I tin i I i'
tary Foster, and through him the administration Augustine and Boston.
and in my opioiou has a direct application LaRoche George Foster.

to the course urged upon the board on record with regard City Clerk and Assessor-Joseph Price.
this matter. It is hardly probable that
certain CITIZEN. Collector :31.W. Stewart.
by parties. -
in the face of the facts the Republicans
will dare to railroad these exorbitant Treasurer-R.J. Adams I" I \... I : \. i
and outrageous bills throu h. Such a "HACIEXDA" OLD MASTER'S ,
Chief Fire Department-Ge) E.Gay.BKXEVOLEXT
To b. Exhibited IB Glass Case at the Great course would be suicidal. I am preparing PLANTATION.
letter to Foster AND OTHER SOCIETIES.MA.SOMC. 11101 K\\ .
E 1t..1 tiP. A Secretary which :PALTON' "I-ALATKA, FLA.
will be made public in a few days. < I

Realizing the vast importance of an "I expect to call his attention to a few .A short drive northwest from Ponce Palatka Lodge, Ko.34, F. A; A. KMeeu q "_

adequate representation of Florida' more facts, the contemplation of which de Leon Hotel; 53 acres, all adaptedto Second and Fourth Monday nrhtlla the month .
will be apt to cause him to hesitate be- a&'1:30 o'coctt. I1LSS'IIa'i"( C' ''I" tlt II Jt-, .
fruit and vegeUhfe interests at the fore consummating so gigantic a scandal the cultivation of the Niagara grV; ; N.J. TILGHMAN W.1L3f. ,

I World's Columbian Exposition, the as would be brought about by the free from encumbrance.. Price on'y .I. COXE,Secretary.

Florida State Commission has arranged steal.payment of Davenport's >f 50,000 election $30 light an annual acre; fragments$oOO cash, ;at balance five percent in Putnam Chapter,X* 9, R. A. MMeeu Second THE., OORMi1UTH[ C [O all .llUH IDA RAILROAD ,

"- for CoL Chas. F Mudge, of Baltimore "There canbe no doubt in the public ia resL.' Only few roes from and Founhlionday :&Ight*.
s RUEI ROb 1 T !t'
Lorillard Park. New houses
to accompanv me to Florida and super. mind now that John L Davenport wantsto going up

tend the of a comprehen be paid from the public coffers for in every direction. Don't overlook M. LOEB,Secretary.-a- mnEn -i." ,.,., .. -.M.'cUan.

preparation his work in behalf of the Republican this, if looking for a fruit faro or for I I L O. O. F. -
sive display of Florida's fruits and vegetables : He had to be be- investment.
party. expected paid .
I Pioneer Lodge;No.23,J.O.O.F.;..Meet every
by the )Iud e Patent Canning fore this. He is in Washington at present G lU. II. CHAPIN & CO., I Tuesday Night. JOSEPH PRICE, N.G. Leave Chicago 1 1. ie ... .. ... .. II.M...

Process which means it is confidently trying to rush this thing through. Augustine; and Boston. I EV LesreSt. Loul n ca... . ... .. p 21aw -
by I have reason to believe that my fetter R. C. BI ARD. Secretary.St. Leave Ev&n" .. '''tam
believed a splendid showing mat to Secretary Foster prevented his pay I John Encampment, L O. O. F.-Meetf Leave Leave 2s C'a.' rietiee .. .... ... .10 taaeant 40 an

be madt. ment. rAfT Second and Fourth Friday Ight Leave a 1 x6 pu
"In the light of the statements made Leave l'Nt paLeav
The Maryland World's Fair Commission by the secretary r can only smile when : JOSEPH PRICE, C. P. ,' .. .... 197 pta .
Lear ....
has adopted this process! for I recall the facts brought out by our PLEASANT FURNISHED TENEMENT W.H.SPECK, Scribe. Lea ... .tAa6pmpm.

its exhibit, and us Baltimore is one: of committee when we investigated the of six home "it11'1ano etc. KMGHTS"OF IIO On.
method in which the district court
the greatest centers of the canning Interest looked into the last accounts submittedby to rent; situated on St. George street Harmony Lodge Xo, 276T-Sleet* First and

in the world, it is reasonable to Davenport. These bills footed up opposite Aobey Hotel; one of the best Third Wednesday the month.

assume that all methods of canning art upward of $78.000, and the court exam- kept houses in the Ancient City, where WALTER THOMAS, Dictator. .

ined and verified them in a manner almost good day board can be obtained at J.B. DOXXELLY: Reporter.K. .
familiar to the Maryland Commission, sublime in its humor. Accordingto reasonable rates. To be rented for the

and that it selected the beet. From the the testimony of Assistant United winter or for a year at low rate to desirable OF J'. 1
; :iii
testimonials which follow and from recent States District Attorney Abram J. Roe party. GEO. II. CUATLN & .e S.oe pro !
St.John Lodge,Xo. ff K. of P.-Meet*ever Leav i saspmLear.
this is the way it was done: The bills Co., St. Augustine & Boston ..
and '" pslpainvr ,
personal observation inquiry Thursday Night: D. STEWART, C. C. j
were brought into court, where Judge ... -.. atepn
in Baltimore I am convinced that bj Addison Brown was Bitting. They H. DEMOSTMOLUX, K.R s. iean ...... ...... IIt.3B put
e Lean ... ...._..... .12.1'ana
this natent process a most effective formed a bundle so bulky that when we rniformfank K.of"p7xo. 4-Meets for drill Lea .... .... ....... 1-47 aryl
sent for them recently a special messenger Second and Fourth Wednesday Sight, at Leave 3t .. ... .....: ...Warn
showing may be made during the wholeprogrees had to bring them over from Wash GOOD ST. ArorsriNE HOTEL FOK every Arrive bf ... .... ......... ...30aa
of the of SALE at a great bargain by: Geo. II. Armory. R.J. RILES!, Captain. Arrive L.............. ... ............. t.43an'S
Exposition ington.
every .
L Recorded.IROX"HALL.
A.SMITH, AMse C 126
of fruit and vegetable that "When the accounts were presented in Chapin & Co., 'St. Auzustine and .' : :::::::::::: Slpn pmArAvs.

riety rrOWliin court, eo Mr. Rose testified, there were Boston. Arrive .... ........ ... imam
Florida. All that is required is the officers Arrive .. ....... .... 7.tlana:
present only the judge, court Branch No. Order Iron Hall-Qleets First
702. ., ... ... ... 10.40 am .
active co-operation of the fruit and vegetable and himself. Judge Brown asked Mr. and Third Friday Xlehts.

throughout the state. Rose if he had looked over the docu HEX RY MERWIX.Chief LM. FAIP.
growers ments. Mr. Rose replied 'no'-that h s HOTEL AT TKYOX N. C. for sals.Engraving W. .
STEWART.AccCORDER [ tn 1 rnfefe ii ,. .
The Florida State Commission bar description' till! asSleeiinr
and full mailed
in court in accordance
was present only 1 .d', wttoet e. '
hal manufactured twenty-five complete with law and by order of District Attorney free on application to Geo. II. Cbapin OF RAILROAD TELEGRAPHERS. Cone : tnd Sa'ntkwe.i' R. It.b .

sets of apparatus under the supervision Mitchell, whereupon Judge Brownset & Co. north and r I: .:11 r trajfcs Rote iiinutn!
GEM:] CITY Dnr.:Xo.219.-Meets every second Florida,East
of Col. Mudge, the inventor and will his name to an approval of the accounts and fourth Saturday each month in K. of P.

loan them to any responsible person without opening the bundle or Hall. B. C. BREVARD,C.T.

who will undertake the preparation ot looking at a paper. The whole transaction A. a HAMRIcK; ,G.& F.O.A.L.
an exhibit. The commission has also did not take more than five min. ATTRACTIVE RESIDENCE of Colonel' .

-. .' --- Ordered several gross of large mouth utes. ___________ EastmanOrange streetSt. Augustine, .
for Bah Apply on premises or to Geo, -
half-gallon glass jars. These will l be GRANGERS IN CONCORD. II. & Co. G.A. K-Veteran Post, No. 12-Meets every -
furnished free to such as will Chapin .
persons First Tuesday of each month at 1 o'clock p.m. -PuzzIe
provide the fruit and vegetables! and They Attended TbanksglYlng Service and '. ., ::
:' : '. P.T.L. QUEEN, Commander.
can the same according: to the directions Then Attended to Some Itoslnesn. > LEWIS. Adzt.

of Col. Mudge. Additional apparatus CONCORD, N. IL, Nov. 26.--After attending C.+:SAa HEAD HOTEL, with! Paris of s
-- -- ---- x a men and hn tbeedahssra
and glass jars will be urnishe-l 2.200 acres. In the "Lund 'of ihh'Sky. fbe C x
the union Thanksgiving Any or en of the ttme yosmg
as required, the design Wins: to place for *Je. Only $ .),OOO; '?5OOQ cash. AlnflNfSTr..A TJR'S NOTICE. The ad at Red cumidcnbi strew, n to e

one or mOl e of the processes in each the National Grangers reassembled A fortune in it. Details, of Geo. II.Chapjji area _wubit. As the '..)ett "birdi.
'.VTOTICB IS HFRFJIY OIVKX THAT SIX i. to I :,sir cmpetirs.an erluc led
at 2 o'clock Master Brigham
that be used pre & Co.
county they may : by as
..1.> MOXTJIS AFTER DATE I will present to a t sa.tbm.rten.ibu m which theims
. many persons as possible. siding. the Ohun y Judge of Putnam County my zeconnts s arc nfenvd to UM duty
-- The women of Florida can render invaluable Resolutions were adopted recommending and TOttcWrs, asxAdministratvrof the Dew /of iwuoUhr .
estate of A. H. Cdwards for final settlementand
aid in this matter, and they consular reports, giving price and Florida heal Estate advertised for diedistgeae euth Administrator.

are ennesdy requested to make individual markets for agricultural products throughout! America with no charge to September 2d, 1892.
exhibits of a dozen or more dif- Hon. Leonard Rhene of Pennsylvania' JAMES C. COXDREY.
the until ale is effected. .
owner a Apply sep3-'m Administrator.
feren*. kinds of fruit or \eiretabk8. WM re-elected a member of the executive i'
Each exhibit will be properly dfpltiynd committee.The St. Augustine and Boston. .

by the State CommiSsIon in the Horticultural executive committee was directedto IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF PIT-
choose the next place of meet n"
t "
or Agricultural building, ',1
entered for competition and hear the Congressman Long,of Texas, MT. VERNON HOTEL: Salisbury, >J. ,
work done by the legislative
name and address of the person furnishing mittee. Treasurer Whitehead supported com C., fully furnished and paying well, FLORIDA CHANCERY. r

the material. The !glass jars the retnfon"" and report, and spoke for sale. Applv on premises or to Preston Weatbenbe i

will be furnished one dozen m a case of the set In of Justice Mathews and GEO. II. CIIAPIN & CO. va- 1

with partition packing, *o that when rumored selection of Senator Dolph for de2-tf Boston and St. Augustine.IUT George W :Sason. ) c

tilled they may be reshipped to Chicago the bench. He said that the senator to <}TOJU)( W. NAeoir: 1

: without expense to the packer. waifthe worst enemy pf the Interstate A10 baring ln exlfUted against yon In ir,11 1 '
) fcE situated ten this Court by Preston IVeathersbee, are now ,
Your attention is invited to the following law in the senate and charged that in SOLD pleasantly hereby and required to appear yon t. the t
minutes walk from steamboat at
description of the Mudge pro the late election he had supported men landing; Orange said tir.redt SECOND DAY Of JANUARY 1
to the law. I"ark.aoo railroad station; new, two-tory 1the same being a rule day of this
the belief that its pledged repeal
cess In use
( boe.e of six rooms betides kitchen with gnat Q;"art. Herein fall not, or the allegation of the
will result in much to Florida. A resolution indorsing the right of .stable and ; rhoic collection of fruit said bill will be taken against yon a* confessed,

Any man or woman who is willing women to vote was favorably reported, .ooroprising = plum*, pear*and peaches and a decree entered accordingly.It .
but was-vigorously' debated at length. with ha't an aerewf strawberries; sell(600 worth ifi farther ordered that this order be prb- '
to aid in the reparation of these exhibits : :- The of of fruit in a seMoa betides the family sopvly, Ushed once a week for four consecutive week "
is urged to write me at Jackson- matter was finally disposed by onavrateat to Normal school and Industrial College in the Palatka Weekly Times, a -
sonville the varieties referring it to the State Grangr by a iusm on easy tearms. pCharla' to fished In the City of Palatka, in epaJnr:of 1
suiting specifically vote of 35 to 23. IV. A.r Weiuxitt owner, on the premise or to 'Ti /// :
of fruit or vegetables they will furnish ? Judge Boise submitted an able reportin Co., itness my band and the veal of this Courtnne s t !
this 2xth of November. 1MI2.FRANK ,
the number of cans desired and day
support of resolution disapproving WRIGHT. Clerk. 4

for any further Information. the selection of railroad lawyers for '1.0W WILL BUY: A FARM OF 112 ACRES de3-4w nv D. 11. KIRBY. D.c,. a f1W/

Respectfully, federal judiciary.The near the Ptrtland Phosphate bed: (300: eahbal- .
ARTHUR. JACKSON salaries heretofore officers 1
paid it asses in light annual payments,1% mile from :
State World's Fair Commissioner.Are was agreed to continue for the coming depot in acres cleared and prepared for market } It =, : /7-
---- except that of treasurer which at'LMS
year, -Mr-.w1It ij
garden; or.nge'tI'\'H from?to 10 Je&nold: :
you giving your aid and Influenceto was increased $100 and treasurer's bond ordinary Florida h"... with piazza IK front, _1.e w 1N a-.L..._.sr11 It It cwt 1811 n IM n..5..R m.w I the l.w ss.tSt .... # q
the'Trade Edition Come friends was increased $500. stable<< and bed. Owner In oetoD-DO use for e..1 M pt.eea.an.I w. I r t"A wet.w d p..1 A
dtm..1.. .. .. .. .
It. Apply Ctapia' & Co. I s..u..d.r es..u.e. e.
and will Two reports by the committee on na- .t. T tUl_imM-tf- fcl..i<..... fcr wp.,." t,
help us, by BO doing you help >
tional finance were adopted. A report : PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL CONFIDENTIAL

yourselves. signed.by Rheme and t tar teas, was opposed -i ._..... 4se.......-r.--... 5.4rnwal.e..4k' ....
'. m..tt>._la-...
by tile majority. A V JCXTRAORDIXARY JUr.GAl"S.lmprond ;
u. o. k. r SITIEL iitcsirs TUIUL enctta.IL
NEW COOK BOOK FREE. minor resolutions disposed
Many were by Cambridge Mae*., man who resided on the ,

of, one demanding that certain premises tUnees yean and never had a CAM of The propneton cf "Th Fad PHI The Price Baking Powder Co., Chicago positions In departments be filled by sickness;then 160 acre,12 in orances-MO orange Carriage and Harness valaed at $6OO, (delivered fre. u any Shetland Mates::
farmers MADE ,Ito the jyi2Mnoa4K> can auks cltitthe three dae hten'faces. To the cen4 wB ::gins M etegaat ,
has just published its new cook tress be&idCll200 mulberries with ether fruit In HONEY SAVED IS !MONET ""
Another that the United States hones with in Lady's Cold Watch set in sapphires sad diamonds. To the Mini will be prw a paaTefrenuiM
senators variety superior t piazza
book,called "Table and Kitchen," compiled 1 good repair; but smalL wo-ctory fcttble 24x15, packing Save 23 to M) rent on every tkMuu yoM rl!>eua Diamond Ear.,inga. to the/- win be gmo a handn China Dinner .i
be elected the
by people and third .
; < Servlc loihefwirt.egm MusTo
house Write for ow mammoth CataVtsne a topaz Kodiak Camera. Tothe 4rta8wis9 1
24 abed
feet, IS
*ith Beside contain that the state discuss the subject I etc, pleasantly situated and lowest man.Gfactunn'lncetl. Box. a. the ... ..
great care. Granges mile from Palatka;pure 5,including* Rood bookcoBjtaialn;Illustration owing mvwMt a French Mantel Clock. l" ti.. en t Banquet
ing over 500 for all kinds ot of improved roads. Done,wagon, cart and all necesrry tool;gl.0uo : .with taaoiilacmrera discount Lamp. Tam.wLsaas ( Crown Derby Vasoa. Toth.tattacaeptct.Lawn
receipts and maaufactnrad Tennis Set and .... tk.
cash, balance $500 a t cent interest. sappLes namrdber.poses m Leery competitor east CM out above J.'
pastry and bome*cool there I' Mr. Working offered resolution requiring year at per and Imported into UM United State: Groceries.. M 1>usz ePicture,dsua the mtagirla>ilea bymtvlungacuwebatad penal Mud_. '
Harvard Fla
are Apply to owner, Robert hatter, .
ery, a irradnated tax on bequests in Household Goods, Furniture, Clothing, Lad... and enck** mm wtttt t U. : rescue stamps far one of he lowing: ( "Prw lt e.dia:-- "
valuable hints for the table and kitchen or to Chapin' farm&(f' CT. Goods Drew "Kord'_ Prize Pilllord's. ....
I excess of $250,000, to be applied"to the and Gent Clothing and FuraisWn Price Catarrh Remedy. or orFord's Prize "
showing how to set a table, how to enter fund.A Goods WhiU Good. Dry Good, rats, Caps Cough Care. Select any enact the above rowdies 704 de. ,. Address Tbo Ford 's.!
the school Boots and Shoes, Glove.. Notions, Ulanwar. Pill Co.." Cor. Wellington &: Bay St*, Toronto, Canada. The penoa wbas envelope is ;
dining room, etc.; a hundred ORANGE: GROVE AND HOTEL COJIBESED, Stetionely watches Cocks Jewelry, 8nntw.n pcMtmarked first will be awarded the f.t prize and the c other ia order of--. A* thin advertisement
and one hints in every branch of the Staving ItUcksmith. one of the best bargain in Floridajrfce exchange Buggies. tVbps, Agricultural Impiement., ate.OM : appears sunnhaaeoaaly tkroogbowt tie United States, every one ham an equal cppor.tmity. .
;y FIRST CLASS GQOIS. Catalogs. seat To thepenosamdsgtb.lut correct answar will be gi.easae1egsne' Cprlebt Concert
culinary art. Cookery of the very SIDNEY 0., Nov. 2&-Francis Schroeder for rentable property tn any northern city, 12 oa receipt of S3 cent for up....,*. W I art the rand Piano vahwd at$5OO.OQ. To tbc' Jfnlpenon foal the Ut seeding a correct answer 0
finest and richest as well as that of the a man who has a blacksmith acre with MO orange and lemon tree U be only concern which seUs at manmf aetanrs* prices will b* given a gmttnass's fin- Gold Ivateh. which strike tb*boors and quarter ;
most economical and home like is young McLean condition,excVIk-nt hotel building seven allowing- Use borer the same discount C.at the hour on small cathedral gong at pleasure,and vnhwd at 3OO.OO. To the mead bow the fit,a
pros in has been '
shop- township mannfactBrer five to the wholesale buyer. W* 5nt.cUas ; / afint- laM EajSabShot* ;
Tided f the bet
for. brought to jail here, a raving maniac. yean ago in;the by a best northern carpenter famished last guarantee an rood* aa represented: If not found tan. Totb.jee.Mfro.tb.1matAawaitsofPariorFurniture. ''othe2rfkLunatb.Sa.4a a
4Table and Kitchen" will be sent He is only 27 years old and has brought season with entirely manner new; furniture partly and ha a so, raomey refunded. Good sent by exprea* or ..D* SiITeaknlee. To th* n'xtk from the Utt, an cienot Piano Lamp. Te the '. ..1
with pnvUeg of etamtnatfos before pays ev.th from tb '-I, a handsome pair of Portieres. To the xtk ban the Sate, a f'DUioe't yEnahah
postage prepaid to any lady patron tend himself to this condition by hard work good custom as a Ant das house,water beautifully view might X. KARPEN A C X, leather traveZfef Trunk. To the *.r* from tbs I.uI. two piece U gsauiaa French ',

ing her address (name,town and state) and worry about not getting rich; When near situated one of commanding the ben and a most charming popular; hotel In J2!QmcJ Street Chicago, III. Statuary. aDd naoy other proems order of aent.:

plainly given. Postal card is as good his mind left him he imagined everyone the State.price$nonois free from tncnmbrance, -
aA a letter. Address Price Baking was endeavoring to do him an injury but a* the owner U interested in California he WE WILL PAYA SPECIAL PRIZES FOR RICH STATE. .f ;
offer an excellent bargain. Details of Gen IL .
Powder .
CoM 1SM86 and he would run at the sight of
and 188 Michigan Chapin Ce.CHARMING. salary of$3 to ISO per week:to GOOD agents A special pru o of a 811k Dre Pattern (sataca yanK My cob), or ik''tnt.daa ;
Street, Chicago, 11! Mention if desired another person. To escape his enemies to rtpreeent u to every meaty and Mil our general Sewing Machine (any a ke desired) will be g+*v. t? the Jfnt p-mn in each State ia the .i
inuenuan. he tried to commit suicide. Ba of Msrchaadise-at Baanfactarera'prices. Once U. S. wao can sake oat the three daughter*bee. We shall give awwr2'M> alnableprize.. "
raoea WBO wan rADT rtoTMurr WUDArty. beade..Rectalpn.s.Cf thou dIoaIcI be m wy sating corms eosweaa) NQc ..aes.' .b--c .ti
ForthaCar AUIane FLORIDA HOME, eompletely Catalogue and particulars sect oa receipt sad paclung of pruea. The s. oe..*the leai:tg pries wfanerswHI be pul..i.fied ia cjanvanrwith. ouadvertitcinentinkadtogaewipapen ..:
One of those The + famished improved by a Borton rentkmu.and cC2I hats nor ixpnw.g.. seat 1I<)n:I li. extra prreuazas will be gives to wly those wb unreasonable men who RALEIGH, Nov. 23.The executive U perfect In all its detail;At Orange Park,14 A. X.UL'f a CO.I dung ia..5t ia tntiudauttg our mei.lkjri Nothing is"'charged far tbc prier is any way. They .
take a for $Qolacy Street,Chicago EL art abeolptelygivea away introduce aodaavotbe .Price Remedies,"ebb an staad-
newspaper a year or two and I committee of the State Alliance have mile front JickymTflJe; aa. attractive Queens ant SMdictoes,sad win be teed ia every fall for years when they! have been nest iatmdaced.prjtea AQ
then send it back "refused" "not just adjourned, after a three days1 sesrion Annehovjieof S room,painted in parti-eolor wi:;be Awarded srricttr ia order cffmit,and with p.rfoctansfxtim in 1M pobIic. Tb iciMdks'
or ad Mended;pUztA on Un 8ilee, al&&a roof; win be sent by ataO,postpaid and,n..free of duty. '
wanted" was sued by-a PUblisher in here. It made a very searching ln- see larentory nnutare at officejOl of which is -
Michigan short vestigation into the state business agency included; Bwdern stable 30X2X high posted with FOR MEN ONLY! A WATCH FOR EVERY CORRECT AXSWERAa +.ti
time -
ago and the affairs, and made an order that the NaUa.cl&pb0u'de4 and painted; poultry house

judge gave a verdict for the ptamtift of books of the agency were to be open at The ISxlO: grounds; storehouse comprising S:iziS,14 aO acre tn ,perfect contain repair.a fine rse toITerFAnIl'G XA.1'"Q Y4We.lme nasdliEaT00SD rtra xemimofagemsio.'Fearleu"Watch.ae.wnda.wtUbea adedto.eery' # i

full amount and costs. The any time to anr tub-Alliance which is a. collection of ran fruit,flower and hruufcery.45oranjr III. m.1Redy.adlirsd, fM.ete pera who.mda a tweet_wcrw Ua9adayaftcrthisad enninrwsppe ;-.. ::----twr8oUS1IDt .
court decided stockholder.Tta State Alliance organ tree, 80 pear tree, 123: grape TineS .f LLa.w.uOlderYa.asseweau Ire CortUBM: encash te mean one of the larger! prizes. That., aay aoe on bad tlMtfkcr\ face, and I
that notice to discontinue beatdea *.etc,A rls- raya.e..a a..t.v. : ; sncleM theea std yo days frost the tim this advertMetBeot appou is tbe sewyapa, they ar :
itself in the future to deal pomeirraneate* pentrnmon .....,a..wtartaesnuaraoab.nareeve.a Lc .]
! was pledged nomore tefn of tM>galion*eaparlty, npplie water. This Molt TaasTILar-a... ,. re.c..eed either one ef the lading prves, or an extra premises of a watch om condttMM stated,r +
not sufficient if the subscriber was in in politics. estate which seat 10,0W is offered for N.a0. =,swAnu.e a..e Mess W In.he sash.. ":'.-': N.aoe.v will JB) noticed that doe not iay> cent far OM cf Persia Price Remedies. $-* i

arrears. He must first Apply to J. R. Underwood the owner, on the -.. ).... gl/isTE P.. PiIL ce,"37t"'hr.WelfiBgtonl.BaySts.v' ., TmDto, can lds.F -l
pay s premise,or to Chapin& Co. MM* Mt&-1GId. ItWfALV, .f rr 1

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W.J,Wlnegar-of Richmond Va.was. in town Died at the residence of his'paresis,
this week.
near Fruitland. this county, WILIJAMKOOER .
PALATKA FLA., DE'C 0, 18t2. Traffic good on aU UM railroads and steam '

boat II VII BOW.Jadge in the twenty-second year of

J. c.Vertreee} &Saturday for Tennessee his age, after a long and painful ill
bills become m* pro
.renr All month aavwrteinir 8pectalsndshort time payable and Kentucky,to lie abcent tome time ness. He was the only son of Kev.Charle .

in aUTHiMe.1 .u Christmas come this year on Sunday, themet A. Koger, and held a high
\ ? lemlttanvw K.juM be a*i* by eipresa
m 'er'r"ierr rtfwterd letter. office win only remain open la the after efface in the respect and confidence of a
} noon. ,
McKENZIE A BCKTZ. PnbOshers. circle of friends. His untimely
)Ir. J. H. Foree. representing w. VT.Smith, large
BOX y f LATKA. FtvORIDA.1STQJicial death has spread gloom and sadness
} gents furn" r.Jacksonville,made us a pleas- I 111111
4 ant can Tuesday over many hearts. Willie, as he was
Orjaw of the County and Mr. P.C.Carrigan an enterprising; citizen of familiarly called, seemed but a few'

Satsuma 1 lights was in town Wednesday.and mouths ago to have before him the
of th* Saf"'lMf'"'Allaanct. : made THE TIMES a pleasant can.
promise of a Ions and useful !iifU,
--- The Hotel St.George ha cloned Its doors temporarily
is sad that one possessed of so 'man '
THE FATE OF THE M'KIXLET BILL pot ProtnU baring accepted the management )
of the Indian Rim hotel at TlUuvlD graces of character, and so tenderly

Whatever may be the difference of The St.Geor1e1riU open again ln a few days. connected with the endeared associa--

opinions as to the result of a change in We were pleased to' meet on Saturday )Ir.. Mons of home life and large circle of
Wards of Sew York who is trarelling for a machine -
our National Administration thingis oil and rubber goods bouse. It is needless youthful friends, should be stricken.

sure, the fate of the McKinley tariff consequently,to state that be U"slick" talker down in death.

bill is sealed. Some have expressed the and manages to come
opinion that the next Congrew would ber" game. witnessed in the death of the young hemet I -' .
We acknowledge a pleasant call from Mr. Ii
imply modify the objectionable Chas. B. Hagby.a commercial tourist who handles the grim monster death as a release -i -- TIlE GOLI.EN ROD IVBLISHIXO ('"., ol.Chicniro. Illinois, hu determinedto

o features of theVil), and so amended, it i stores (not hot ,ones, though) Saturday. from sufferings that he had I G.-erl\Vhol..t. 86 lire C00,0f() > new uhscribers to then family MOrv paper, the GOLDENROD
would remain the levenue law of this : Mr.Bagby is verY popular among the hardwaremen patiently bourne. And folded in the iCorrected Weekly by Gay Bros., Corner Kirb) before January Jlif. 13.
and enjoys a splendid trade. He sold a .
country. This opinion Is adverse to large order here... arms of his grief-stricken father, the and klridand.tteets lWe In the! ordinary wav this would tvquire a lifetime, but "time n money"
look for further advance in bacon and
the previous history in tariff legislation John I noble young man, the dutiful son, and and in oHer to save time we are willing to pay those who subscribe now a
Mr. C. C. McLean representing Wright i smoked: mcata.' Uvatuu maritrt to-daj is firm at
in this country. An attempt to amend & Co, "cow brand" soda, made us a pleasant the fafthlnl friend passed gently away s"4 for P..S.! Nellies. Coffee is going higher,and large turn of

the bill by schedules and sections would call Monday. Mr. McLean Is from Atlanta,anda in death. 4 our adrices are that green JUo will reach 24 ci nts

and more clever Jo-ial gentleman we never net; this season. >o charge in Sugar.
lead to endless discussion greatly The remains were taken on Friday
in short he Is a Georgian In all the term Implies Granulated Sugar... ..... "....'U'....... 5>,4 MONEY
disturb the business of the country. live, hustling and clever. We are pleased to morning last, to the Fruitland Baptist Extra HT* Sugar.... .......................

The committee on Ways and Means DOte his phenomenal success inithis State. Church, where was witnessed a sol- Flour Wheat I"inU'JUeDU... .. .......Western...... .,..Spring... ...|4J50toS.OO

will certainly formulate a new bill in M.J.S. Powell, a veteran dry goods clerk emu and impressive funeral service? Flour,second Patents do do 4.25 to tie S
Cheese, Fancy Fall CreanXX.Y.State) IZty to 13
its entirety. While it is presumable has accepted .position with McLarty Bros. Mr. The community attended en mass, butter, Fancy Eastern Creamery...... 27 U>2&Sjrup realizing that we can soon recover this great expenditure from the increased )
r Powell was tfr eight years connected with the -Florida,tier gal .... M to
that every good feature of every tariff famous 8 jA tablUhment in New York while the solemn occasion was made New Orleans MoUusse.:: ::::::::.... 36 to 40 revenue from our wlvrrtisrrs.For .
law that has prevailed in this country Kice-good...' ... ..' 4to4 i correct anwerto 'lw following' ten word-riddles. The GoldenRod1'ublishin.
( City. the more so by the presence of the Rice, Carolina Choice..'::.::::.::::::: -. to SUancy .

will be considered in the formation of Mr. C. K ographer from Brown pupils of Lake Margaret School, of: .. .... ...: '..".'......... bas to Co.; will \\m\ the following
the new law, yet the bill will be prac- bnro.Tt' t a position with J. O. Crackers-Vanderveer; & Holmes'
which the deceased had once been a Standard XXX..Soda. B
tically new. Mangol to-morrow. Mr. Bally Lemon Crackers........ T C.A.Sa: R.E"VV.A.B.DS :
III .d will be a ad- pupil. Ginger Snaps T
ANTI-OPTION BILL. .hich great he In- Condensed Milk-E a gle .:':::::::::::: 730 to ... For the correct aiv-wer to SB T OX K word..* :20.00 For the correct answer Ie any SIX words $130.00 .
we learn Rev. Thomas Ilmd delivered an t impressive Champion........ 4."to .... For tee correct answer tn any T WOwAnh. 00.00 Per the correct answer to any SEVEN
bill this title has b' 1! memorial after whichall do do BeUlirand........ 4 JO to .... For the cornet ao er to soy TURKIC words ... ... ... .................... ..... 173.00 \
A bearing
sermon, Highlann; Brand. small tote......... 6.23 to... wonU................... ... .... .... ..... TWO For the correct answer te any EIGHT
fore Congress several times paItT. that was mortal of the young, loving Monroe Brand small h-U.., ... .... 1.00 to ... Far the correct answer to any FOUR words ... .. .. ............ ...... .. 200.00
do do Anglo; Swiss,!!oz.. ZJM to ,... words....... .... ... .... .... .... .... ..... 10W)0* For the correct answer te an1L''E '
the first session of the present ty should subfchlp and trusted fnend, Willie Koger, was New York Milk: Co's, Ho*,at....... S.75to ... For the correct answer to any FIVE 223JO

line as it laid to Vest. A FRIEKD. Canned Good*-Calif. Apricots,lib. 2.20 to .... words .. ... .... ............ ......... 1R.OH For the cornet. .. .answer. w ALL.. f the TEN
the bill was passed in the I } the entire do Green Gages......... 2.20to.... words .. .. ... .. .. .. ... ....... ..... 300.00
deceive do EggPlnms,2lb. 220 to
But its passage through t and Bucklen's Arnica Salve. peacb -S Ib. Table Yellow...:::::: 1.75 to ....
the county do -"2 Ih.Table yellow.......... 1J3U. > .... AS SPECIAL GhAND PRIZES WE WILL PAY IN CASH.
prevented under the plea I meet with The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. do 91b.l1e........ .... ........, UitotJS
....... .. For the FIRST correct answer to ALL of the entire TIN weeds..Suiar no
time could not be give: AultUl.ubu> Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt llheum, CaD do dl.i.b-AwkaSalmon.Fresh CcIluwbi.Blnr 1.43 to. For the 1'1".\E.. TH e.l'lWe answer .o ALL of the entire TEN word. .. ,.. 300000
without viurgent Fever Tetter Hands Salmon.... ........ .... UO to 1.00> For the T\VK"TV-F1"'VT eerreee.answer to ALL of the entire TEX words...... stuto oo
'stun, doing bores, Chapped Mackerel............ .... 1.00 to ....

measure that n j Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin: Eruptions Ameriun toot).8ardiDete. 4.00to4.3 Here are the word-riddlrs. can you solve them? Remember any one of the

lion of the Senate before scene and positively cures Piles, or no Little Neck Clams.... Lfiftto... ten words correctly solv ..l wins for 20.00 in cash.
pay required. It is guaranteed to give Lobster... .......... Sjato.... you
of bill
The friends the
lice that Perfect satisfaction or refunded Canned Vegetable*-No.S Torn*toe*. 1.1$
money ; do No. 2 Corn.... .... :=1.4e .
laying over with the r Sugar I INDA Cltf o! Gret rl'lan 6 I CRBEVlc1Orlo.- I"ipte.
farelesslyrarnell price 25 cents per box.o'or sale by do Xo.2GkraandTfinatoes.to ... ...
2 CHIAaIii CoIII'rY. 7 AUS-----IA A Ctry lis
Dill should have pre Ackerman & Stewart, druggists. do Xo.2 Marrow l'eas.,1.15to IJt h.lVpe t
do >'o.a Early June reas.... IJWto... 3PA --5 home of Faskionand Art alA'AZON.i'Rlftr..
oration upon the ret Hog near % do XoJ Bmfe Hated Beans l.GOto .... -4A- IA An Immense Gantry. -9.1 ERA. '-A CTOaatry Ali>w

gress i>n upper Three Fire Alarms Wednesday Coffee do Green Xo Riu,3 Boston.Brown Bread 1.60.1,to.to ..22.. 5 E..R..P-- AI.andael'Oll8tbeAtJanUii 'IQ l- -=CARinrottheOld World.

ITnder this agrrj 'instantlyanother News was plentiful in the city do Roasted Rio. _24to<< .:lIi
col. yes- Table Irish ltatoe-per barrel..... Sao to IN) Each dash indicates the ahnnee of aee. aba letter and when the proper ..
likely to have the f the terday. Apples. per barrel....... ....... 3.00 to 1.2S EXPLANATION I I letters are supplied tie original word will be fond complete. EXAXFLK:
parties Cabbage do itbA bo'.k a bicb everyone should read. The omitted letters are 1 and 1, and when properly
of the Senate. Ad t tie Entered Before the excitement caused by the Red onionl do .... .. 2.75 to 5.:!8 inserted the complete word i,* bible.

may not be Informcter i, who wasat killing of the negro woman had subsided Yellow Union, per barrel. 2..0 to I.2 EUIA S Are paid in ca. h the very day any answer M found to he correct. To prevent
TOBACCO OOARKTTES,Ere. fl II U even appearance of irregularity or coUnctau, a ropy of the original ten words
and intent of the I ng the an alarm of fire was sounded from has lieeniiepuHited in a safety vault under s me." Theappears Duke Cigarettes..3.65 of witnesses, whine sworn statement as to the correct words, together with the lies of prize winners
THE TIMES to sav. tb the second ward. I Sensation Cut Ping,* .. 30 will be publbvbed in the January number of the GOU>KX-RUD.
]) Seal of North Carolina,t 66G
is simply a, proces isitor, and The fire department responded I rarely& Miller, Champ Carter, LncyHinton, Remember Every Correct Answer Wins a PRIZE.

gambling-to make all strikingproducing promptly to the alarm and located the I 1VJ [Uncock and all leading grades at con PflliniTinUG The object of this extraordinary offer Is of eoe,*.to HftN subscribers at

..dd, fire-in the kitchen Richmond tract prices.Cheroots box.. 3:5Old uUnUI I lUllO ooce.and in large nllmben. tte therefore reqnlrethat. Meeots for a J1t&r'
100 bo the dwell
sells to Jones adjoining per
j subscription fur our great paper The GoldeD-Rod. te sent with sacs avswxa. Thai if two
of P. W. the Virginia Cheroots per box. .. 3.25 words are answered tl.OB mess 1041 sent, three words $1 M, Dve words f X.M, and so on,and as many
oranges of 180 coup -. once upon the ing Joseph, on corner of Sunny South cigars per box .. .. 3 151o04p.col copies of the paper will be mailed to dresses gives.

livered Idh of Jan. inmates of the First and Oak streets. lots; ..ate'sOctaeon..single box 4.00 Designate the word yon answer by their numbers. Send at once and win one of the

guarantee for the r L The Putnam Alerts a-ere first on the Colgate's: 0eta1tOD-.be box lots..... 3.UO GBLASD aliDi.. Address all letters and make an reaittasae yaMeto .
do do ten box lets..... 3.85 --
contract each deposit" a, coroner's jury scene and soon had a stream playingon Cupid American Family and other brands at The Golden-Rod Publishing Company, ,
'f the market prices.
,; I that Is to act as "es hearing of the kill- the flames. The hose bursted in Matches Swift&.Oonrtnej Blue Hen, Peerless RKLIABLK! AOKNTS: WAKIJCD. 317 JiEARUoN ST.. CHICAGO.

should either party ] Lf accidentalkerned several places at different ,times to the and. Cat ann Mouse at manufacturer'Nprices.

firemen York State JI -11c.ed: Pea 5----- .- --. ...
---"I ---
the --
their part of the co wereThomas annoyance ot but they -
,. .. !.35 to 2JW
owns no oranges r e kept steady at work and soon had there FearUne,per case.*... '.75 An iHlereslloc! nULLtTl:01i: NO. 11.U"I"'H'fo .

I but makes this sal e 1 conquered. The tie of Phillip Newport v.. I
Grain. Floor Fertilizers tie.
conviction as to the| value P.datka About six o'clock last night another Dr. Flower, Rat I'alatka, is now ; Ft.-* 'iUDA ntr/rr EXCIUXGEl:
Corrected\\'eek1"by Vertrees& Co.,oId.1.,T. ACKROVILLK: N'>V. 22. f
at the time of delivery! Fla., alarm of fire was sounded and in a few & K. W. Depot. j nainj; in the court. It appears
!h, 1892, ahouseholder that Jlr. who hasbf.eu Shipments since our last report have ...
the purchase under Uu minutesjhe entire department was on tT-Sabiect to market changes. Newport, .0--

t Corn, Mixed per sack lie Ibs ....$ I.20tu1.2S cuing some work ou tIle place bern quite nw.m M a consequence
It is, in short, a bet as Philadelphia, the scene. Oats White per sack 13ti a.e..s to 1.90 ,

moditv will be worth .ICY HeGuEY, The fire was located on the corner of Ground Feed Meal Feed, per, per sack sack 100 100 ilIA.Ibs. .. 1.45 1.18 to toll 1 JO$ has never been compensated: for hi:61 I be marl.eta today are a trifle weaker,

time in the future. 'Kond Orange Fourth and Lemon streets in Graham's Pure Wheat Feed per sack 100 Ibs.. 1.43 to 1.60 work, and, Whig unable to collect it, and l we recommend a alight decrease in ,

It is claimed by the frie bakery, but had gained too much head- Hay RUM,Proof No.1 Timothy outs per per built ton.... .... 19.0010.toes 20.06 ha Ilt'rllue.l l a legal l course. J\Iaj. (T. shipment

t fell and favorably Bleat Bran, j>er 19.0010 1'. Fowler b for the plaintiffand
"An'i-Option BUT that the pr ind way when the firemen arrived for the Grits and Meal, per bbl 3.10 to 13Bent : Every shipper seems anxious to catch i
ill is one of Pulfssful to be saved wooden Patent Flour, ir bbl. 4.25 to 4 J5 It.V.. & W. 31. Davis representthe
moralizes the market, that building as it,was the Christmas trade but it must be
orange-krow. Cotton Seed Meal,Krijtbt, per ton. 24.50 to 25.00 defendant. r
combiner, that it depreciates tl| and very infiamable. f Cotton Seed Meal, Dark,per ton.... 20.00 to 21 40 borne in mind that while the demand

of products in the hands of h .- couple we extendd.congratolaUons. But the department did valiant work No.Port 1 Cement Linseed,per Meal ... .&'i to 3.00 Some Fine TanirerliMS.3Ir. for the next fifteen or twenty days will ,.
r be t wisb and fought neroically to save other Kiwendato Cement, twr bbl. 1. 5 to 2.00Piaster
ducer and that Congress shoul Inter- + .--- buildings near by. : Paris, per bbl.. 2.00 to2J23: Lee; D. Moore[ Satsuma Hights! be very active the shipments will be i

fere and break the practice down. The city tn p oks are now open for After half an hour's hard work there Lime l"laIIteren'lWr.perlb, per bbl..? 1.10 4%to U :J3 M brought to this office Wednesdaysome fully up to, if not in excess of such de 1

This is proposed to be done by imposing the eollectfof: the taxes of 1392. was subdued and precautionary Best rjrrrpuol raft ley Hack...... .90 to 1.00 of the finest tangerine.oranges mand. At least, such has been our experience 1

a heavy license tax A discouiJwf: three per cent. will be measures taken to prevent its breakingout Florida Orange Box Sides,per box." 4 to 5 have in while. similar occasions I
Box Heads
upon operators TUghman'r Orange J toBest we seen a long They upon during
allowed on7 all taxes paid before the again. The loss is covered by in. Birch Hoops,perbdy...,.....,.. <40to/CO I
f in options. 1st of January, 1893. Books will be surance. were grown on Mr. Moore's place; past seasons.

1\ It i. thought tie: bill will pass and dosed March 31,1893.A Now a word to the people. If it had The Oscola hotel has been thoroughly he informs us that several hundred We do not advise a total cessation of 1

\, become a law. Yet many of the important not been for the fire department yeeter renovated and refurnished and in boxes have already been shipped. A shipments, but simply wish it under- :
Trip to South
boards of trade and chambers CarolIDa.Ilon. day and l last night,Palatka's loss by fire good shape for the.rusbing winter busi- grove of such fruit means a good stood that it is not advisable to increase .
P. Calhoun n, ss the proprietor, Mr. K. L. Wall receives J
Benj. returned a would have reached the thousand andIf ; for the the supply beyound the present
of commerce have shown great opposition few days ago from a short and hurried new hose b nO' secured the boys will from the public, on account of thins owner. volume of daily shipments.1st. 1

to the measure. visit to the "old t'alhoun estate," nearAbbeville soon be unable to do good work. Yes his extensive acquaintance, genuine Six cars in to-day's sale average

S. C., where he met the terday's trial of the hose-its frequent hospitality and superb service. .S2.55.

Egg Curiosity. Hon. Pat Calhoun and other distinguished : bursting anti leaking shows plainly that J. D. COLYER 2nd. Today's sale of 1400 boxes, ,.1

'A curiosity in the shape of an egg [ heirs of the grand, magnificent new hose is a necessity for the successful IN CIRCUIT COURT, FIFTH JU- :$I.8 to 32.90. Average, $2.42. Grape

was, brought to THE TIMES: office historical old place, whom be ,visited fighting of fire. Give the boys new DICIAL CIRCUIT, FLORIDA, 1 fruit, $1.50 to 83. Tangerines $2 to .
and sported with. Our courteous Sen hose and they will THE TAILOR $3.15 half box 800 boxes aI'ao sold
prqtect jour proner? PUTNAM COUNTY Lv CHAN- per j
Mr. Goo. Barnes this week. It -
by Isexceedingly .
ator sustained his record
as a good shot ty from the ravages fire. at $1.60 to $:.tH; average, 210. Considerable 1
small in size and shape and bagged more than an equal share of cEfiY. CIMPLOYS :NOTHDfO BUT EXPERIENCED decay in this lot. j

like an Indian dub,having an extensionlike" the game. Our old friend Mr. Granville Pyle's Pearllne Present. VaTWS LAOOPk for years His In weckbassW7A5Dl1i0Rare-East Florida." 3rd. Market to-day, $2.50 to S3.2J. '

the neck of a bottle, and can bt Beale, who has so ably.and satisfactorily That whole ouled James R. How,of the City Good demand.
seen in the window of TIlE TIMESolrlce. good natured and of Brooklyn and State of ,,
managed the estate for the
:New York Bill forQuieting 4th. To-day's sale averages $2.35
popular drummer M.Osgood A GOOD FIT GUAKAXTEED. ;
past few years, we are delighted to hearis rercy A. fruit, fair quality; demand fair. 1 1lith.

Marion Harland's Ooi>>ion. enjoying the best of health, and doing who, for so long has faithfully repre- Margaret formerly E. Matthews, Title 300 boxes soW S1.7O tn j

splendidly for himself as well as for sented Jas. Pyle and his famous Pear- Margaret A.. E. Lipscomb. ) Repairing and Dyeing also done. $2.50; average, $2.12; marVet weaker- I
Readers of THE TIMES are familiar the heirs of the estate. m Dyes will not crack. Mine don't. 111
line, has been 'turning over1 the town TT APPEABJXO BY THE AFFIDAVIT OF oc23-tf I on heavy arrival j
not only with the sprightly writings of this-week J_ JAMES R. Howe the complainant that in 6tb. bale of four cars to-day as follows i
,aqd now scarcely a telegraph the belief of the aslant the defendant i
residence of the
jlanon Uarlandhut also with her sound No 7261 sold 2.15
CHEAP FOR CASH! pole, fence, wall or anything else can is unknown and that the said defendant Df TIlE CIRCUIT COURT 0 F PUT : te 2.70-; ,j I
common sense upon matters of every art twenty-one years of age. average, $2.4.>. No. 15146 sold 1.75 'j :

day life and action. Her name,indeed. %. be seen but what you will find a neat Margaret It therefore A. K. Matthews tfrdered,formerly that said Margaret defendant A. NAY COUNTY, STATE OFFLORIDA. to $3: average, 2.43. No .2161 sold 1

is a household W'ordz and is equaly welt I Twenty-Five Acres card, announcing the great good of JL Lipscotnb,do appear to the bill filed herein, $2 to 3.05; average, 267. No. 1426 .

Down in parlor and kitchen. Her celebrated Pearune" as a denser. Bro. Osgood oil the MXTH DAY OF FEBRUARY* First-Class Pine LandOrinQnsrterof same being the rule day for said month.It '
cook book "Common Sense in market firm.
claims that Tearline. will cleansea is further ordered that this notice be pub-
the Household," is without a peer and a mile from POMONA DEPOT. even fished once week for eight snccessire weeks Abbott r. Wade! ) I Tangerines of small size not desira

,shows that she baa made a careful Six acre trees cleared Fine building and stumped site ready the tract'for plantIng person's character. in llih.d the Palatka in said County Weekly and Times Circuit, a newspaper pub- Thomas A.TS.Darby et aL J J ble. Fancy, of good size readily com \

study of bow to prepare good, whole. particulars address either of the on_demped.W. For. This is Mr. Osgood's'third visit to Witness my hand and seal of said Court TINDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE mand $2.50 to '3. Per half box. j

some food, in the beat manner by the C. LEARXED. GEOtB.LEARNED; Palatta, and he has worked up a trade this Mb day of December 1892.FRAMt U or FonKCLOstrmx 8.u.aluued oat of Mandarins quoted 1.75 to 2.50 per f
lest materials. In this issue is Pomona Fla, I'alatka Fia. WRIGHT,Clerk. the Circuit Court of the State of Florida la and half box. fruit is somewhat
produced de2-U enviable for By D.M. KIRBT.D. C. Grape on
troll j.IUL Putnam in
any for County Cba.acefJ'I1Ulng OB the
a fao-simile letter from Marion H. SPA Oa:>,Complainant'Solicitor. (thdavof October 1892.In a cause in the said the decline and supply excess ofde.
Ilarland that speaks from her experience WIGG & BUTLER house. d. Sew Court depending, wherein Abbott F. Wade Is xnand.
,and Thomas A. ,-Satan P.
in the highest terms of the unequalqmlities complainant Darby
and the National Improvement Cam.pa. .
A REWARD OF $500 Darby
of the Royal Baking Powder. A NEW ESTAELISHMENT .,.are defendants. I shall on MONDAY the
Housewives everywhere should read Will be paid for any Case of Rheumatism Sddayof JANUARY t A. D. ISO! offer for sale FOR SALE I
and sell for cash to the and best bidder
highest ; -
the opinion of such an expert and act which cannot be cured by Dr.Drummond's Four rented the Building corner II .In front of the door of the Court House of
accordingly. All rood cooks, who of and Lemon Streets I will said Putnam County, between the legal hours of
have used the Boys, are of the same Lightning Remedy. This i soon have in operation a select stock sale, all of the to(1owt point bedtowit property, ON EASY TERMS !
: Beginning at a on fie bankerthe
\ opinion also.Aasistnt.Foreman. offer is made In good faith by the proprietors of FRUITS and CONFECTIONS St.Jftbns River at the southwesterly cornerof The desirable

and there is no reasonable excise VEGET ADLEssTAPLE and FANC1tGROCERIES : a lot of land conveyed by Clisha.... Lortn* Property on corner of
\ and Ellen 1L,his wife, to<< the Putnam Manufacturing Kirby and Dodge streets. New Two-
Joe Neubeck and for any one to suffer longer. Any CICARS and TO- ..... by. deed of Ml Decem- Story Dwelling with water
C first pipeman Leon Herbert, of the BACCO, and solicit the patronage of her 192. and recorded in the Clerk's office forearl and gas
ordinary case will be cured by ene bot- supply, bath room and
Putnam County,and running thence north other conveniences -
West End Hose Company No. 2 did my friends and the public. A Good
six decrees, fifteen minute west along the fine Artesian
tle. In addition the reward for ; Well
to good
wesy effective service at the fire at Gra- Market in connection. westerly side of said Putnam Manufacturing Barn Wood ,
s' ham's bakery. Both men climbed in dIfficult cases, the money is always refunded oc28-tf J, M. DINGLE.NUGLNT'S Company lot twelve(U') chain to a stake oo other,valuable and Wash House, and
pub road at wire fence; thence westerly improvements.
the window of the burning building where the remedy fails to cure. along said wire fence three chains and forty- For full particulars of
Awhile the flames were at their height The price or a bottle is $3, and that is seven link to a stake thence south sixty decrees H. W. inquire
and and flfteeea minutes; east 14 chains and FOWLER, Agent.
dragged their hose and pipe after the cost of'a cure. Drummond Medicine forty links to a stake on the east bank of said OtO-tf

hem and speedily had an effective SAOW.ERY AND HARNESS. Co., 4S-50 Maiden Lane, New I Picture Gallery river thence northerly along said river bank
stream playing on the very heart of the York. Agents Wanted. I four chain and eleven link to place of beginnmg. -
containing five acre, together with aU The attention of real estate owners
lra. The prompt subjection of the Making and BepaMng neatly done. Order :LEMON AND FOURTH: STREETS,PALATKl and singular the tenementa. house* and Improvements is called to the holiday edition be-
'Barnes. was largely due to their efforts. promptly filled.e The special train with the Wfeeeesia thereon and thereunto belonging. now f
t Agent* for ROAD CASTS WAGONS AND PORTRAITS rta anywise appertaining.JUbEPU. : gotten np by Tun: TMES.: If you !
BCGOUfiS.LHMOS r Press Association aboard,ceesittiag of pHOTOGRAPH VIEWS, Kww H. SrAJTORD have groves, lands or anything to sell

Eipaas Tabujes purify the blood. i STBBfiT: . PAUlTKA.rLA. several cars passed through. the city te- PICTURES ENLARGED TO ATT tax.TtS FlXTCHK A Went Complainant'Special Master.* Sondtow. take advantage of this opportunity by
about 3
OCtS6-tf day p. m. TTPB8 while yue.waIL oc:: -tl e ocd securing space at once.
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CRESCENT CITYt Mrs.: H. A. Snider has notified her ;

respondent PaUtka Time. agent at this place that she will come DIARIES FOB 1893.Christmas
X ov.29. to Florida as soon as her business is
Marion Hariand's Endorsement Rev. T. C. Potter, of Satsuma, accepts put ou a solid basis for the ensuing
vear. Mr. A. C. Snider expects to eat
OF the call to the Crescent City Pres- his Christmas dinner in the State.

byterian church pastorate, to com- Both parties have assured us that the -

Royal Baking Powder. mence early in January. Last Sunday Florida Wor'd's: Fair building is the

he preached to his new charge two ex- center of attraction up there, and that
many people are turning their eyes this
ceHeot to congregations.
sermons large way. We suggest that they turn their
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Rich and their bodies
also and come right along.. .
[Extract from Marion Harland's Letter to the Royal Baking Powder Co.] neice, Miss Hunter, all of Greenwich, Plenty of room for all. Our sunshineis IS CQMINtJ- !
preferable to their mud slush rainor
Conn., returned here to their winter ,
residence Midway Park, on Lake mow. Let the weary come and rest.
Joe E. Matchett is bagging "cotton --..AXDCochrane's'
e54t444c6 d7Z 1P 1 4 Stella, on Thanksgiving day afternoonand taU these beautiful moonlight nights.

__ received a hearty welcome from It looks as though he were trying to

he i their neighbors.The break Cleveland's record in the "duct
d M Chautauqua enterprise for Crescent business." XMAS. Book StoreHas

# City is to be revived in earnest FEDERAL POINT NOTES. the Largest and Best Assortment of

an-1 I, no doubt, will be a success this Correspondence Palatka TIm"FEDEIUL .

eaG1' time. If established here Rev. Dr. De GIFT BOOKS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
$4d Polar Decembers.It ,
tuv a.d-t/ Witt Talraase, the celebrated Brooklyn

divine will come down and preach. seems that through the intercession Bibles Christmas Cards, Eine China Brica"t

L4faflC /L jfresJ vi9&C Watching for the co.net is a fad in of the Florida Fruit Exchangethat Brac Toys Dolls Games

Crescent City, and the cupalo at Grove the severai transportation lines ,

s-hr, G 44*<'Qj3 & )&cc& Hall is utilized for a .ight.- tation, it from Florida to Eastern points have' Fine Leather and Fancy Goods

being about as near up to the skyspectre been ,
compelled to lower their freight

;( '4aM-J YI "com-et"as we the can heavenly get, and visitor yet we, can't rates on oranges five cents per box. AND OTHER ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. We are

The coming winter promises to be a This action puts these lines in an unenviable ettin g In NEW GOODS every day, and our Goods are all new and wellselected. )

% # I vely one at Cresqpnt City, and {plans light, when it is remembered .
V/4 that it is '
I e & made the only through the decree of
to at
are being keep guests
We will be pleased to have the Stock
Grove Hall from suffering from ennui, the United States Court that they are public see our before baying

and, of course, the City folks will not I forced to treat the people of ibis State t
with anything like We don't SCRANTOM WETMORE & CO.
ALLIANCE DEPARTMENT.This lowed to tax the people for interest oq be overtasked.A .
their fictitious ca.mals. The cry of know certainly who was the poor line

Department is conducted by "Confederate brigadiers," of "oppression THANKSGIVING PARTY. that first advocated the raise in the old Lemon Street, ne. ctterman t Slewart's Drug Store, Palatka FIa.CorrN1)Ondence .
We that the winter
of the negro, of "pensions for presume season
LEWIS rate, but have understood that it was
County soldiers and "American for
wages was really opened on Thanksgivingnight .
Is alone responsible for its utterances. American the Clyde's. I don't know as it makes sATSL ,
workingmen, will no longer by about forty of the young society TO ORANGE SHIPPERS.
be able to distract the attention of: much difference, as it was a dirty, unwise -
the producers of wealth from contemplation people of Crescent City and vicin- thing to do, whoever first startedit h"SATStrnA Georgia Southern ana :Florida,
"Men are al never likelv to settle a with and Informal LAn
I ity a pleasant
under which very
of the
discussit and they all piled into the same Railroad and Banking Com-
,uesuon rightly as when they they suffer. In the struggle, soon to dance at Grove Hall hotel. Mrs. Chamberlain entertain

freely."-Macaulay.DIRECTORY begin in earnest there is no room for a kindly loaning hpr fine, large mess, claiming that it could not be of the Sate ., Georgia and the Richmond
third and the done for any less Well,shall we look
party, Republican party Lille Railroads will resume
benefit on
dining ball parlors and reception rooms oat
for all these lines
Or THE ORDER. goes outof business. The situation of to fail on account of
the People's party after its first presidential for the occasion, at the request of a this reduction? We are afraid not, aa this I' "th next,the Fast Freight

STATK OftOAJTIZATIOS.President. campaign is very encouraging; committee of lades and gentlemen. the rate as it now stands is entirely too 21st.formed. e from Palatka Hampton

.._.......A. aak1n.ADtlwDY.,FU. its strength in the electoral colleges,In The large hotel flag was festooned over high and should be materially reduced |ity, :Fla., to New York
Vie President....1) W. Adams Tangerine,Ft*. the Senate, and in State legislatures is and then the carrier could ,
Secretary..1. A.lane, oo ArU the front hall door beautiful fllowerswere suppor delphU!
; come out at a big profit. As it is the Washington
Treasurer......._, C.8. Young,Orleans, Kla. as great as it was expected to be by its
Lecturer............JL. W. W eeki,Chlpiey,KUrimtAM most earnest supporters. Already it arranged on the parlor center ta Florida orange-growers ought to know The ot:.er Eastern cities,

cotTimr OMAXIZATJOX.f. holds the balance of power in three- ble; the words "happv greeting to by this time about uow much confidence "areMes 1St season, and Special .
fourths of the States. The Republican they can place in these people, )
Grove HaIl" the
was on dining room : run eve' It
W. Ralph, president, IlAllister; Mr* A. and about how much y Thursday.
Townsend. vice freskteBt, liantinrtoc; O. L. party, which has long existed as an walls. Mr. and :Mrs.Chamberlain gave respect they can Mondai 'ft a hint time the
Wnitoomh, seereterjr-trMtsarer, Melrose; Lewi obstacle to good government and a have for them. These lines have been | : move-
Morris, lectarrr,1watka. menace to the purity of politics, is out the guests prompt and agreeable atten generously treated; In fact, more than and wetrain ft tho putting on of a e

SUBORDINATE LODGE.PALATru. of the way, and the new party will tion. Waltzes, lanciers and many new generous by the State of Florida, and frogame. service. The ap-

come rapiply to the front."-Twentieth dances were indulged in from 9 until they have no excuse whatever for the of the trains will
high rates that are charged and only
C. L Bowton President Joseph Price, 8ecrettry. 12 o'clock,when the company departed, do so because there is a lack of competition Mr. an
There may or may not be much truthin all it and a few frienT! JIA.nos. .
declaring a most delightful ,and they think they have us LAKK cm.C
the above prophesies-but one thing agreeable affair. The party included at their mercy. Out on such mean- report an ej hqQc"_ 2 t rrD"1
J. Wells, president; O. B. TbaehW. 8<0reunr. \ .1 ,IA
it certain which is this That the des ,
: many handsome and f.cinating young learner did nirars *'Hi I 'ursU
There was a festival held at the ra ,"urx 1II1"a", ,
ntm arm. tiny ef the democratic party depends ladies and gallant young gentlemen. either. ro ". hi.urs |> MIPS
W. M. Williams Fnitland L. IL Tucker, wholly on the conduct of the incoming Some of the costumes of the ladies house of Thomas Hamilton last Saturday Mr and bra i, h.,urs Wt 'lira:
Frmtland. rich and beautiful. night for the benefit of' the Rev. lours t I h urs 721ursrest
BOLUSTEK. administration; but whether tile party being Among very the guests were Dr. Syd A. Mr. Louder, of the Methodist Church are recemlberth $ >;o boors TlII'lnn

survives or not, the fundamental principles here. It was well attended and a very of a'' Lb. spared to make this
O. W. Mote.president,Mannrfilc ,.F. Bax- Lowry, formerly of PalatkaMr.: W. .
ter.secretary,UannYOto.L9ira of democracy will. The educa- B. Campbell, Miss Ellar B. Chairs, of enjoyable Affair, resulting in increasing appearanceUev. i

BRAXCH. tion of the plain people of the country, Chairs, Fla: Mrs. J. T. Finley, ot the fund for the reverend gentleman's Mr, \\ d''! bf' given to

J.T. Minton. president., Bannenllle w. J. which commenced with the Grange and Fruit Cove, Miss Georgia Crim, Messrs. benefit to a goodly amount.It nenta. so that they
Miller,secreurr, Banaerfffle.IfNCEKHr. J. B. and A. C. Babcrs, Mrs. U. W. is proposed to cousttuct a river day, conferi)
: : : other labor organizations twenty years and Misses Edna and Beatrice Brusie, street along the river front from the church. UJ the shortest time

H. W. Stoop, president,. MeMeekln; E. K.Beyle ago: or thereabouts, has not only and Lee Russell Miss Minnie Bennett, land of Mrs. Folsom to Brown's mill. Rev. T C..
,MeMeekln.NOKWALK. i
secretary opened the eyes of the masses to their of Froitland, Mrs. J. B. Wade, Mr. Such a street would add very matorlallyto again nextevening ,de with trains from

tine condition but has also given and Mrs. Benj. Wade, :Mr. Thomas L. the beauty and convenience of I, and shipments in-
'T" G..T. Pannent4T.l'reflMflIt., yorwalk secre- ;
; the town, but its expense would be promised to ,
Dean. DeLand Mr. and Mrs. J. T. .
Ixckttt,Nerwa1Eraap1L.: ,
arr benjamin them a clearer comprehension of what Fast Freight Lino"
Mathis, Denyer, Mr. and .Mrs. J. Q. heavy, which may deter any further turn out an,
: : democracy really is, as contrasted with Smith Miss Jennie Willis Mr. D. B. action. If such a street is constructed Our entr ,
L. J. Arnold Penlel J. P. TI
secretary.lenleL president ; Boyd Federalism, or even with Republicanism Preston, Mr J Band :Miss LulaShnver, it should start from the head of the V. Ilink nd u, 8 & F. .

BBXTIXOTOV. : However that may be, one thing Mr. and Mrs. Frank and Mr. W. J. wharf here, at its junction with Commercial circular, anl lJ nd G. s. & F.
W. H. Oole, president, Huntington; Mrs. A. is Gautier, Miss Maggie Brown, Mr. and street, but it is doubtful Mrs. one; so don lttr .uri G. S. & F.
Townsend,secretary HuBtlngtoo.BAXAXA. certain, if there is any truth in I Mrs. C. J. McGrady, Misses Maggie; Folsoin would be persuaded to allow\ a you usually 'sfed to H.
cither J logic or the philosophy of evolution Ward and Fannie Newsome, Mr. A. B. street in front of her place, althoughit be convertsWeather Iuf notify

O. L. WWtootnb, president, Melrose ; L. to-wit: That nothing within the Maul and lady, of Huntington, Mr. A. would be of more benefit than damage II) Agent, G. S. t F.

Price Banana.Meeting social realm will or can be finally settled A. Calhoun.- J I.. of Marianna.: and Miss _to her property. wire.The "' u n Flu., wbenship.ations. .
W nnie L. Stalbam; ofJawSon, Ga. Your readers are no doubt familiar Ol' w -. .
of Putnam County Alliance. unti| democracy in its essence prevails Grove Hall Is now open and expectedto with the action of the St. Augustineand met at II J"P Traffic Mairurrr, Ma-

The fourth quarterly meeting of the I throughout. ooth subjectivelyand be filled with guests soon. Palatka Railroad in moving the uary 4th,'
both in station from Merrifield to to make c: U econ : -
Putnam County Alliance will be held objectively, theory and in Hastings. 1ILl.1IAl: Traffic Manager,
Cured left after fever Since then an effort has been made to account of < Ga,
in Palatka, in the City Coundl chamber practice. __________________ I* M. cough lung get a road from Federal Point to the and other things t .
AlI: ,iffic MIM -. Wash-
with two bo tles. Mrs. Lizzie Barns, : :\?<-
on ORANGE QUOTATIONS. Hastings Station. federal Point has
J. l
DECEMBER,20th. Barclay, Sangamon Co., Ill., writes as cleared out a road to the St. Johns J. W. Bails

Convening at 11 o'clock a. m. As Nay TOIK, December!.-Tb orange market follows: "I think Dr. Bull's Cough County line, and some of our people Nashua, after a ver tOur 14 Tabu!I' s banish pain.It .
is still overstocked a few fancy boxes bringing Syrup is truly an excellent remedy for have contributed towards constructinga colored friend'ter ti their IIln"" -- --

political excitement has now subsided, as high as 12.:10.|3to2.SS will corer abo-it all left from fever two bridge and causeway through the the Rev. C. C. III "s, quite It s L. LlllenthaL

let us have a full attendance and get the Mies of good;brtgh'lines; russets,f 1.85 to coughs lung as Cracker Swamp,:which baa been built, prise party last nijht.FIOCR TnAlIP.tr We take pies.'
ure m calling attention
down to a business basis again. $U3; large add inferior flJW to 41.73; grapefruit bottles entirely cured my daughter. and there the matter rests. Your correspondent -
O. L. WHITCOMB, $3.23 to tars per box; tangerines, $3.50 went over the supposedroad EST A >s-At ft.7.), w the -ad" of ilr. LJ. L. Lillenthal ,

Dec. 1st, 18 2. Secretary. to$5JO; mandarins,S3 to fUSO.CHICAGO SMITHVILLE NOTES. a few days ago; his buggy was at GRAINOEK'S, Upper Lembi! street. ra'atka'n' popular upholsterer and furni

December 6.-The market. Is 1m- Correspondence PaUtka Times. new, and he is glad td report that he ture dealer, whiehllpeara to this! issue.
Did the Democratic draw
party an did The Great Sella and Kent/row's Enormous
prerlngaixl will steadily Improve for not break down In
elephant in the November political boliday SMITH vi LLE, FLA., Dec. 6. that getting over Railroad Shows, Mr. LilHiQtral has always occupied
trade. Brigbtt, fS.73 to |3; golden russets, supposed highway. This is an-
raffle? If the plurality cf the votes cast ?160 to f 2.75; Florida lemons,ft to$S per box; Joe E. Machett is tearing the earth other railroad deal as contemptible as 'Which is to exhibit In PalatkaTuesday, an advanced position in all goods in

for than Cleveland desire of change means for anything the sake more of egg plants f JO doleD.PHIUDELPaJ4 up on the Snider plantation. It looksas it was uncalled for. J. F. December 20th, is highly endowed by his hue of trade, but 1m present stock,

December 7.-Good fruit is the ot the state. The Louitville selected from the :greatest market of
it command Congress though that terrible comet had press
change means a to

In em .nd. BrI btl, $2 JO to (2.80 nuweta, Mr. Wm. II. Moore 307 S. Charles
; the world his
to repeal the McKinley law. But I sty)to 'l.liO.TE."i. struck the place. Courier-Journal contains the following: under personal su,, rrisu -
the end the leaders street Baltimore Md.. a commission is the most and
party organs party Several Chicago people are becoming "This excellent circus and menageriewas >n, complete artistic
are become very "conservative" since merchant, recommends Salvation On in all of its
departments offered
well patronized yesterday after- yet in
GOOD REASONS interested in this of Putnam one
part ,
election. To call
a special session of for rheumatism and chilblains. He
the Democratic Congress for the repeal party having purchased. ten-acre lot noon and evening and it well deservedthe the ecnth.
WHY I BUY GROCERIES FROM PAD- writes: "My wife and son have used
crowd which Mr. LilienthAl never follows
or even the revision of the act for a winter residence. enormous flocked to but

would "demoralize trade antt'manufacture OETT &; Co. That our exhibit at the World's Salvation Oil for rheumatism and chil- the capacious tents. The menagerie leads all other competitor in his lino-.

;" it will be time enough 10 attack blains with marked efficacy." shows up all that bad been advertised, A customer is assured of polity attention .
Fair will be decided to the
a advantage
the tariff in the first regular session 1. I get Good Goods. and nothing
and the ring performances were excel. and the offer of gooes of superior
State is beyond doubt. Keep
a year from now. misrepresented. your, HOW'S THIS?

The Republicans have been saying, 2. I get. Fair Dealing,Honest Weightand eyes on Smithville after the fair closes. ; Wve offer One Hundred Dollars reward lent, compnsing many very difficult quality and finish at exceedingly-
His business has
ever since the taw was passed, that the Wanted-A ram-maker. Don't all i attractive acts never before presented i prices. steadily increased
for of Catarrh that
Measure. case can
any in the variety of stock and in
McKinley tariff is the most beneficent I here. The riding The ,
measure of legislation ever enacted, 3. They keep the most and Freshest come at once. not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. clowns introduced many was new good.comical- excellence of quality, and in beaaty Of

and that the condemnation it seems to Vegetables in town. The famous "Snider Well" has J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. i ities, and the feats of the acrobats, jugglers latest designs, and has taken high rankas

have received from the people in some 4. They keep the Best Butter in broke loose and is flooding the hammock We, the undersigned, have knownF. ,I and contortionists were marvelous Call an honorable on good natured and fairdeaIlnghouse.Ben for goods.kep& .

town. near this settlement. Now let J. Cheney for the last fifteen years, and astonished and delighted all. in his line.UEWSON .

their 6.) You can get Fresh Eggs there the invalid tourists come and drink and believe him perfectly honorablein We found all connected with the
own best interest, but in time show perf *"lentJemeD. who desired
'I purely of the mineral water. No all business transactions find finan- FtfACTICAL TAILOR
they must see the wisdom of this when no where else. to treat everyone well and see that tno
tariff." Every day that the McKinley 6. They don't mark up Hams, but charges.Mr. cially able their to carry firm.out any obligations one was imposed upon." As this U the Has received, direct from the manufacturers
law is permitted to stand after March mark actual weight. Graham, a prominent businessman WEST by &; TRUAX, Wholesale f>rug- only large show that will visit this section in England, the best assortedlot .a
6 the Democratic party will be acting of Chicago, has purchased a valuable % this season we predict a big ao wd. ->
Toledo Ohio. of fine Woolen Cloths
7. They don't Cut Prices sell gists ever broughtto
like some ,
on a low estimate of
the people's piece of property here. Improvements Excursion rates on all railroad and
capacity to judge for themselves what goods below cost and make up on will follow as a matter of WALDIXC, KUTNATT & MARTIN Ohio. steamboat lines to Palatka. this town, which he will make to

they want and what is for their real others. fact when Chicago takes hold. Mark Wholesale Hall's Catarrh Druggists Cure, Toledo is taken internally order at the lowest price. Cutting
8. Their Stock is and
good. The Democrats have been lifted Complete, the blood 111KJI CEYLON TEA-A delicious done with accuracy and & fit guaran
sold at Reasonable acting directly upon
Profit. this.The ,
into everything a
termination power to execute the people's de 9. They buy from First Hands and subscriptions that are due fdr and mucous surfaces of the system. flavor I Something new fa Florida; Im- teed. Repairing neatly done. In
literally, not to criticise it, your very Interesting paper will mate- Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents Hickman-Kennertr' Block, up stairs.
Cash which enables them sell ,
and not pay ported from London '
to specially
make it basis of Eng
a compromise rialize nIT soon. :Kase we hear: that bottle. Sold by all druggists. no25-tf
with the Interests of the pluto- Cheap. Xmas will soon be here, and as a mat- per land, for Rogers, Martyn & C6i; .'jobbers -

cracy.: But compromises! will be made, delivered 10. Their Morning 10 o'clock Orders in the are always ter of course publishers should have Notice the time-card of the popular Orlando. E. S. NECK, Good Rice at Grainger', fife cents a

or endless at least attempted, that will led to by morning. their money; not only for the ink they Florida Central and Peninsular Railway oc2S- Agent in Palatka. pound-sixteen ounces to thepound..
debating and "hearings" and put on the paper, but for the good they
reporting by special committees. The "Tip Top" Brand Milk, 10 cents can accomplish for the county. m tats issue.

outcome -ill be that when the Fifty- at Granger's. Have you heard any thing of the election
third Congress In another column will be found the
adjourns sine die no lately or did that wonderful comet
JnJ.teln changes Will have been made 6500 Will be Given sneak off with thq candidates neat and attractive advertisement of

e law. For case of Rheumatism which Cleveland was duck hunting when Mr. rJ. L. Miller, a contractor well
Nevertheless any
the overthrow of the last heard from. Now let every Democrat PRICE'S
Republican canrot be cured by Dr. Drummond's known in this town as a first,class, reliable -
arty was a great triumph in the land get his mouth in shape
of the people. The The de ole workman. Mr., Miller will en-
overthrow seems Lightning Remedy. proprietors for roast peas and green due; fo'
to be final, and now do not hide this offer, but print it in man am givin ter membur one shuah. deavor to please those who favor him,

must open between SwDiSSKP'utocracyand bold type on all their circulars, wrap- Ed. Smith is still on the rick list. and we are confident there will be no
party AI the party of pers, pnnted, matter and through the Duckol
trouble In this direction as he has a roanlBaking
things as they are"and the Lao racy, columns of your newspapers every- James B. Strickland, Esq., ha returned !
or party of ant.f.prnn and of anti- where. It will work -wonders one from his summer vacation, and reputation for neat workmanship' as 1
monopOly. To the will bottle curing nearly every case. If the reports having had an "immense"time. will be noticed. :Mr. Miller makes a 'iPowder s

now dOCk an the Fro.ks and ( druggist; has not got it. he will order it, He is now making extensive Im- speciality of mattress work,upholster : .
and all the
Interests that are favored or it will be sent any'address by prepaid provements on his estate.B. etc.
by the now accepted Principles of Uw express on receipt of price, $. L. Walker has improved the appearance tag, carpet laying, and solicitinga The oaJy Pare Greta Tartar Powder.-No Ammonia;No Alum.
and legal Interpretation Drummond Medicine Co. 46-60 Maiden .. abase of the patronage, from these
all the trusts of his residence with a near
and combination that have been al- Lane New York. Agents wanted. fence. .needing week of tills WaL Used k MilHott of Hoaes--*o Years UK Staada, .,.?. .



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. ... .- INTERLACHEN IfOTES As to A. Farmenwn;;whyi'.rauis lo appoint 1 A CARD.
L ; 'a new Board, etc," I think thai Editor Palatka Time.. n'k71b7Mrd1111A'n: \ {
Correspondent Palatka Tiare*..*_ if.our Hon. Commissioner bad given
i n-C. December the card from W. U. IbtrN !
'WAsrirxoTOjr he would Seeing
; iCTKRLACnEN", FLA., NOV. 28. the article a careful perusal .,,-
The wore cf the second session of the have noticed that I said "we think il in your u uo or i I.e<*mrer hit', in I "
what that
What On a
a pity that ibere be a new Board ,
: Tiftv- ec.nd congress really began last the County Commissioners' cannot do ppoiuied.necessary etc-," and even this was which he write an if some one WH e. {

in with this provito-"that if the have been using$ that lemon *juirri
week there was not a quorum put ,
although is
\Vhat it
<. to phase everybody. pity statements of Mees?. Ilemenwap of his on him, and where he altt'uilltto | .' ;
} of eltherliousek r senate In town, and Commissioners would Flande.8& LO., were correct." hurl '
that the.County
f/fr make a slaughter of the I>"nc, ", iu-
he it careful attention, fee would:
the formal opening did<< not take place bid in given force- 1
\ not recognize poor Ilemenway's also have noticed that 1 said "we recommend stead of sticking to his subect) it

tUl1l. 'nday. Thf work' which was this this district to work the public roads etc.," and did not say "we me to reply, as he makes assertions regardiog ,
week assigned to shVcommittees: at .a. when it has been not more than threeor appoint" We were, of course, aware ,me,bath personally and officially tt /

J commuted on four years since he was convicted bya of the fact that the appointment wad I that If I should !leave unnoticed peapie
::full of the house in
t V : meeting with the Governor, but we were
I Jury of six competent Jurors-fonr of might think them true. 1 Ui
; appropriations is the most Important hopes that we, through ihe proper authorities -
r: them northern men, and three of them should be allowed to recommend First, I was one of the Dancy's who

t. hat *lli come before this congress in Republican1-for" stealing a pool' old ouch as we thought fitted for the received that illegal summons from his '', it I

its bang upon the immediate fultueof darky's iron wedgea few: plates,knives position.We son, R. S. Bowen, and I went before a

of rtesu'ent-elect i Cleveland's administration and forks, and, I believe, a spoon, too, the return were of most Hon.agreeably l/.S. Edgkr surprised, of the at magistrate and stood my trial, and was

f' and ot the Democratic party- and awarded it to .Geiger, the next Edgar Kaolin Co., who arrived last there cleared aid I preferred this F"iI"l ; I

the preparation of the regular appropriation -, and only bidder. He is a poor man week from the Northeast. We were course to working the public roads un,

bills that are to be passed at with a family who works for his living; not expecting his return until after the i der said overseer for reasons beet :

this session for the support of the government holidays. We were therefore a little '
who has Jived m this county 1C years, known to myself. I

for the year beginning July 1, always walks six or eight, miles to the turyrifed again so to soon see his, but genial we l learn face that amongus he Second, The reason I have "kicked"on

f' 1803. Representative Holman, chairman ballot,box and vote a straight Democratic is to leave us again, as wishes to road working, has bests caused by i Lave determined to announce to my friend and customers' an < >|-porTUXITY -
., of the committee urged his State not wishing to work underxhe Bowen' h purchase FINE and ELEGANT SUITS selected ,rum rm ]me
upon ticket And not a word can be or spend the holidays in his native. ,
the for the most NewJersev.Service and have only "kicked" when they and varied stock, and etiLJo measurement at price never btfnnallt lujurd' by
colleagues -aece ity : has ever been said against his'hC'nesty a"t the Pi esbyterian church on were overseers and this last workingthe any first-class Merchant Tailor in the South. Having determine! III i vrnatlyincrease : !

t careful scrutinv as every item in each i and he pays his taxes. What a pity it Sunday last was ably conducted by overseer was the: youngest man on .mv business thi fall, I have concluded to make a SWEEPING REDUCTION -

t of these bills and the ruthless cutting is that tax payers from Hollister are Rev. J. A. Kimmons, and the portionof the road and was only overseer throughhis OF TWENTY PER CENT on all Good. in mv lint such an

JUt of dollar not absolutely nec- father's appointment. I was the never occur agnjn. COME AND BE CONVINCED.
4 every not satisfied, knowing as they do, the scripture in Luke, 23rd chapter, let opportun.ty may

&;, ''css&ry; to keep the government wheels reputation of Heminway. and 10th verses inclusive! were and thor and Dancy 1 refused that was to pay due it the upon road the one groundsthat dollar I-I. V. T I.I: IOK:>:a: a I
oughly expounded to a large appreciative -
s running. The uncertainty about the What a pity It Js that B. B. Dancy, audience. I was summoned to appear on the LEADING TAILOR OF THE COUNTY former Lemon and Third Streets!

r. condition the republicans will leave the did not go to the 'Board anJ elaim his A. FAKMEKSON. Criminal Court witness stand the same

treasury in when they retire next year' rights due the lowest responsible bid day, and I would not pay until t was

adds to the necessity for the most care. der. If Mr. the lowest re- C. A. Snow & Cots: pamphlet, "In sure that it was right and I then paid
Dancy was the amount to 8. It. Bowen as road
f ul work on the part of these sub-corn- spon er he s... entitled to the formation and Advice about Patents, ,I overseer, and do not believe that, I wss .

mittees. co Caveats,Trademarks.Copyrights,"etc, ever reported. I

Aside from the regular aprfliria. : |i we cannot see others may be obtained free at this offic Third, I was an assistant assessor of I R
taxes for this district and I assessed all :
tions there is a difference of 0 Ir as I s. What good men

r to what, if any, othri! import be filled with A CURE FOIl T\VENIT C.3 Tg. the property according to law, and the : o
would property of B. B. Dancy came under ,
Ution will be taken t >. Everything Any remedy .sod at one dollar a bot-
up m zht, could bet. my assessment and was entered in my Time Table in Effect NOV. 2, 1812.sTa'rtoas. .
Some democrats think I tb that you the road law tle, which claims to cure IlheumaUsm, roll, which was passedupon by the two

coinage bU|, which was p County Commls- is simply an impositions, for when all freeholders, Messrs. Tenny and G. F

Senate at the last sesslorsow road districts, expenses are deducted it leaves not i YelvertAn, also by the assessor himself.
ft' and I and last by the Board of County Com
on the House cater |venty-one shall be more than twenty cents to represent. missioners, and W. R. Bowen was one sot. m. NORTH.Daily. -

L > It cannot be reached alder age statuteare i the medicine. Dr. Drummond's Lightning of that boars and sworn to do his duty, \a al. ." .o.71 I 5' --o. 9. I Na '7s. \u. 5:!,

reporting of a spec' I Remedy, which is performing' and was personally acquainted with tht I:IISlu .$aim I v .. ,..JacksoadUe..AT .. a 4Opo tit 'am .. .., .

: committee rules lithe wonderful that it Is property. Does it not seem queer that .. t'i. '.''. -..!,' s Sul.. Sr1, .. ....&.A-CUll tiDe.. .... Ar ..410pant,9tt .. .. .... ito eloam ttJt wpm
on jms a such cures being II .1.\ I
be did not notice his sworn duty, whenI t t\ lIl/artl"aw't' ;a ''' .... . Ar. ... ....HaitiflQ .... .... ....t.... .... .....it U..II ;lfIamt"
and othe medical .. .. .. .. it' rear tit lOam
passed; prescribed by the _faculty was under bond to the and I"am t 4I"' m Ar .. ... .EatJPaWka..Ar
county, '
> voted free coinage/ .if Putnamnew Board everywhere, is 'compounded at great. any defect in my work could be collect t9-3ii am- t ,,-r.lm: : :-:.-.:.-.... Art ...........Palatb ...... .... t LY .. .. .. ......tree train tie seam

-would legislation not be wise until t. l fu[,> pay who every will I sold expense for less from than rare Five drug Dollars and cannot a bottle.be ed where for, that?he Mr.is I was W.and R.the I Bowen did man it that forgets put the,probably him ad- -.::-. : : .PAr.''Ar.Lv -.... ,..SanStat.ojenc.San-. .Ar.r'!(:::.: r..-... .::

against .ir jit0.3l.
to :
been revised and f LIe complains But it'always cures. Sent-prepaid Ji-JiSt: : ; -- --- : -- e .;
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friends .. Ar'
all June
,?. a finances and tmsir Jl I stick, right any address on receipt of price. vice of my thinking I was ... Ar : : SanM ateo ; . .

carefully observe rminal Court, i Drummond Medicine Co., 48:;;0 Mai.denIAnelNewYoI'k. right, but alas, to those who helped ..Ar .. .pppa.aa.. .. ; ..
... .
most etc.I .. .... .Ormend. a u
contract to wanted.We A r
'There sue' J a Agents .. .... ... '
ts : Fwants it who : will ;state here that I copied the :\ t i'atS-! ... ...... .nart8aa. l Al.. IIl am i Su pw.

tnent increase among tax Dt 1)) aunty fair, and earnestly: desire those of our i article over the signature of "13. B. D.'' ; 4 7 Oam 4S I.I":::::: : ::::::::::'Ar.Lv .::::::::'PertOran6e.::::.:: :. ::.:.:.:.. .:.:.:.I't::..:.: :.:. :.:.:.: :t 4rn;:pmT :
he at the rate of $1.80 Ar..101- Smyraa __ .
paid me
'fay free license friends who to take advertisingspace and per t 7 43 am "" =:' =
thought good r propose I I day for doing it, and be did not have to -.... .. .. .:.. .. .... .... .... :-:: ..... ......o.k HUIT. .. .. ..
until the tnef houses and livery In.our grand holiday edition to his home vote .. .. ..!.1'. ..... ....,.... .... '... .... .. .....TicuvUae .. .. .. .The r... I. ender mnstrnc
e men RedeemLnlenthallbaDL end in their .as" soon as practi mortgage place or nor Cit' Point. between New DIma

l to." the Congress House it wx.ts cable. .copy' f The the Republican Dancys} have ticket lived either in this to county get it. :::::::::::::::::W I::::::::::: :::::::*:::::' :::: :::: :::: :::::::::::: urkkrlg--t rrCrr. : :: :: ::.and::. Brrekledtro.

: a graduated tax .and, In fact see
lent of Putnam % THAT PROVISO AGAIN. and state for over fifty years, and not tD*iy except Sunday. .
r: in excess of ??-..OtIi li one of them has ever had to mortgagehis Connections JacUonrtfti with S., F.& W. RT. T. c.r.. R'J and Clyde (Jill!.
that the present S k a cheap basis. NASHUA December 5. At Palatka with the O. S. dt F. It,. and.1.. T K. W. U. K.
.. fc Mr. Editor ifn home or transfer it to his sons or T. & K. W. and Florida Southern TrainsNo.
Income taxit con Train No. 52 wails at Palatka for J.
Editor r Utka Times t
vote the Republican ticket to pay their
.Republicans' bus me to the ex 78 when said Trains are on time.
I When I applied to the committee on debts.
should be latset'' fc the very imp r- The Steamer"DAucnT"11 appointed to l ar. New Smyrna every Mo .tay, WedM day and
the Jail from the Court House The whole thing is this: Bowen Brtamini, leave Bmkleaie
that it would re of County ComALDER3tAN. piping -30 a. n .tat Rockled**and intermediate Undingfc every
.J nlarlt'. so plain yard well for a plan and specifications wanted that road money to pay his in- :al't and SattiriU). at a Ml a. m. .
KICHAIU>'OX. Reeeral Passenger Aid.IF
terest on mortgages, which was why W L. CJU WFORD. Gen. Snpt.
of the which bid for the
passing THIS on to base my doing the appointment was given his son. I

becoming a Cleve'taw IJ work, he took a piece of paper and I shall not trouble you again, Mr.
Awhile Mrs and will
the tde, jibing marted on it, as he said: "The'pipe is Editor, for this thing cannot go any Musical Perfection r .- -.-
oppose Urn have a Cough "
his mind
Thrro with Throat' the the'sewer then I4I write us about v
; ;
w' street .beyond up '
lane's New DisJti E. D. DAXCY.Speelmea Lowest New York Prices'
over this i'an ewert
'the street, beside the opposite
House and Sen Coughs and .
the Jail yard;then intohefard, and Caea.S. STEINWAY:'
prove to he u ivuthe |> giye relief, or, II. Clifford New Cassel Wis. __
with tbd .in the ,
Pat-nir nja.il "back. Sufferers; connect pipe pow jail and take aa ataer.aar .
4'\\ kitchen with a valve 10 shut the water was troubled with Nruralgxa and Rheumatism
trying to lu.tk-\: \l\\f.\ it just the thin 4lelaa
tnne and t the u Ja speedy and off from the kitchen; and ano'her valvein his Stomach was disordered : *

States Govorum, t \a sample bottle a pipe leading back into the lIey-er,1 his Liver was affected to an alarming ittk*

x, purse, or in r :u Vrn for TQUnelfis. so that the water could be used in the degree, appetite fell away and he wasterribly
of American right Trial botStewart's- jail in the day time and shut, off at i ryluced in flesh and strength.

}, French Governmen, & night, and turned into the sewer; both Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured
that Conereos wag: i b( Jc. and $1.00.I valor s to be in the jail yard*' N't I him. 'S We are Wholesale Southern Agents

matter if it does, Ok I I asked him if they had not written Edward Shepherd, llamsbur;. Ill., for these celebrated toBtnunenta.and sou can boy from u a* **k
; how it should be 5.5111, ieafl7t, and safely by man as to person- ?.
NOTES. specifications :
Ii is stated lu-n '>n W. staUng bad a running sore on his l leg of eight -k

be good authority i l'' ,ar> II, aka Times.IINSOK done. lIe said "No; it Was 'lo be I 'year*' sthnding. Used: three bottles of LUDDEN & BATES, Savannah. Ga..h..t aa,

PairchlW. of Sew l"kCleveland'e simply a good job." He then. said, Electric Bitten and seven' boxes of -- ----- -
4 Secretary of '1 December 6.fised "There was a smaller pipe leading Bucklen's Arnica Salve and his leg is

consented to fill the same to notice In the two from the well, and any fittings of the sound and well. John Speaker, Ca FOR SALE.

der the coming edtnimsfrat n. r 1 1.1 last issuVour most valuable paper right size might be used in the new .tawba, O., hu'C large: Fever sores ,
l line of pipe." on his leg, doctors said he in- 4,000 DESIRABLE LASD
was ACRES.
der of the portfolio having been; mar that you pi nosed printing on December -
After we discovered the depth the curable. One bottle Electric Bitters
j. 10 mm immediately' after me election.Mr. I 16th grand! Holiday Edition ofjTiiE ''OD Indian IUftrr at a reasnnablerice, on easy
made pipe was to be laid in the ground and and one box ucklen'r Salve
FairchBd an excedent.5ecretaly
TIMES, and treating of the resources its i ossepsion relative to the fewer, I cured him entirely. Sold by \t.keunan 'term, within dbyrt dixtance of Titn TflJ
t of the Treasury betore, and in tee Indian Hirer It'tropoh"Two nilrtftd
r.' view of the expected deficit m the of raJatka and Putnam County.I took measures and made estimate would & Stewart, Druggists. ,,,. emcee the laud. Hat may be seen by exiling M

r Treasury and other financial complications am glad you have decided on such a wrote mj bid, in which I said I Yc ( J. H. CAKPKMTER,
lay a two and a half plain iron pipe ; F
!' ft Cleveland's certain administration to arise early his in selection Mr. novel and oust highly appreciative from the well in the Court House yardto AN EYE. { 0 l'v .ER. alllJ.U Ofera House Bh .'k.Palatka,Fla.etaair .
t '
'r method of advertising our county, and the jail along;: side of the sewer In
it is regarded here as a wise one although c. 0 so 113300!! a y.sr as befade. br
there were political reasons every citizen who desires that Putnam the slice, eighteen inches'deep-if Hcould THIS SPACE Q 1 0 0 ae&t"ageeo..; "'Iller M&,Vrtte.easy .

against it.Superstitious. County shall no longer "hide her light be done tcithout vndermininq lht onw.week, ftte pay L.i P..'WHIT**.mrttoty.Pledmant-AV. Va. & "IT STANDS AT THE HEAD !
sewer using the present connections at
: people are asking each WILL BE OCCtrriED BY oeHoteS
under bushel" should forward
a come '
I of the
the well, prorated they are rijhisize '
other in whether it is the
,White House or the Harrison family and give the enterprise a rousing support fpr a sum of money then named, "THE POPULAR IDAHO," Q_00 000 :UTTY'S B rUi..UiS.ORGAn. or par-at '-
to be paid completion of the job.I ,
which hits under the baleful influence oq
passed T. ){. RAY i'Ror'B
ionUr, eaUb> ae, address
of a death "hoo-doo." The We are glad to learn that there are a know it is customary for parties ( The OALIGRAPH.T .
F. Bfa TIT,
.. death of Pr. Scott, Mr. Harrison's few progressive people yet in existencein letting contracts to consider the abnitty WHO WILL TELL YOt)- nASIBL
father-in-law whose funeral servicesv as well as the habits and modesof doIng vrakiacto N'rw Jeney.

were held in ,the White House yesterday our county who are not willing that business of the bidder, as well as -(ABOUT THE GOOD THINGS RESPECTFULLY rail the attention at the
the of old Putnam shall the of the bid and hail. the Cook Stoves bate I pabilc theLHJRAPH" WRITING
...... afternoon, makes the ninth death resources remain amount KEPT AT THIS RJSOBT.nmuM. Capitols ; )MACHINE renowned the world over fur hi"hatt -
in the families of those connected with undeveloped. It seems to us Hon. Board taken exception to mine, SPEED, simplicity and Mrragth of CO'-
if m undermining the sewer bethr las longer, and give STRUCTION, and toae-teated IIY'RABO.r n.
the White House since Mr. Harrison that Putnam certainly ought to be ableto when ,my pay 8at> rior MANmnO> iUl4tead1"t,
became President, besides Secretary the work was done or ray ability : and Hart .sep. aM..B tn wrtci... Level Key
with of her sister counties. : than
Tracy's wife and daughter, whose funerals cope any to do it properly, I could not have said beitetsatisfaction any f Mr4' itenante key for each character and Xf
were held there. The death of She certainly has as good tranporta1tion a word. But to go back on the com- "dillIT.ADJUSTABLE.'" All pan interchangeable and bear-
Dr. Scott was particularly trying to Mr. facilities, as good soil, and as good mittee's own words, because I said Y other make, Tata MaekiM ia ofl red aot awJ it* "Rer I where he said 4'iwas +s atJ -Label," hut Itt ISTKISSIC WuHTUPrt
I f S Harrison who was already nearly broken educational advantages as any county prgtided J. ?. DUNNS. &loDe.'" spun
down with grief for his' wife and In the State. All we need is a few something I did not expect, to say the. ;es anti pre.tars oo application.
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he bas been Very respectfully,
'\ belong hours putting in
V more citizens of the progressive kind H. F. FLANDERS. / Machine sold on installments.
1 At work on his annual message to For Sale Rent
'I! tress, which will be sent m next Tues- whr will assist those .rho are makingso tfl k or JAS. A. BAIU, Agent,

:lay. The sympathy for him is unli gallant an effort to show up our advantages A taU line of Staple and Fancy'Gro. mhS-3m r&Utka, Fla.
-yejut. ceries at lowest prices, at Grainger's. .. THE SARATOGA HOTEL,PALATKA,
e in a proper light, and the Call and examine goods and get prices pItOMGOoii
In addition to the other
.'to many atgamentsforboldinganextrasessionof S FLORIDA.
the northern capitalists will soon become and be convinced.: Also Hay, Gf! nOne

...".. fifty-second Congress, it is now urged I acquainted with the fact that right here ) : I THIS POPULAR,known HOCSE to the tovrtot ISO!WELL sad trarel-AM BE A MAN

that an extra session would: enable the I in old Putnam is a remunerative field tag public,offered for ale; or it can be leased

sew committees to be announced and for their invenments. We want to DollarWeekly u it now owner Ranch mitM,unf forni urn luted.Th h itandlng. ruralmr APOLLO WAS A PERFECT MAN.

-to put in all next summer at work perfecting I' female Bitters or even throughout and compJe**, it ttniflte- Purity II iUM Jiii"1'1"1" WM
thro* our doors, repeal some of Gold Watch by Club ..---
bills to be introduced at the regular open Buys a good our tory term wen offered. apply to ,..,u,.r ....-.p r..wa.ulr100aeQ -.
For and
full particulars terms
abominable lawsand System. Our 14-karat gold-filled cases
our present
session, and that it could admit and C. P. (.IJjV't.REUX.Au5 ; .
Arizona and New Mexico as States, them to come and partake of the many are warranted for 20 years. line Elginor wind Cures all Female LeacorrhflEaor'WTutea Complaints Monthly, Pain la Palatka, Kla. YOUNG MEN faW DR DlI
Waltham movement. Stem
thus making Democratic control of the advantages of our grand and noble old Bides,strengthens the feeble,builds ,, m.c "'- .111'01J. >>2
and set. Lady's or Gent's size. Equalto JACKSONVILLE
Senate actual, instead of being dependent It hu cured thousand au.f". s-t., raJUq ___
and help us develop hundredsof up the whole lyitem. ..... .
county, any $50 watch. To secure asents ra.ieat 1.--. u. ...
the whims of
on third-part and will CU1"8011. Druggists have it Send w.eer..taud D l gt..sur
Senators. A. B. new industries and enterprises where we have none we sell one of for book. r Stoam Dyeil &Gmanin ? riaa TSAL WIAa1IN. M b.ta.
Ump Works
which now lie dormant. We believe the Hunting Case Watches for the DB.J.T.DJWSGOOLE.t C0.L ilrrtn.. XJ& sods yIT.i T.iuao
.x>KcxKi2E! *$. or tbe Litjvon HABIT Club price $-28, and tend C. O. D. by 110. ... M4..sa ,...., ..u....
that with proper advertising that a class with privilege of examination as Xewn&n 8t, bet. Bay and Fas.Tth. W..clatlD by 7". of practice bY
Cared at De fa Ten Day by Admlnla express, our etrymriv. m.tbnd. a .aafOfUl
of people may be induced to make investments before paying for same. .0.0'01.[ OL.9cciaa"to&na&ro
tartar Dr. Haln,*' Goldca Specific. o ONLY:: PLACE Or THE RIND CT FLORIDA. IDC all
here that will labor to Our at Durham N. C. writes: r x- and
give agent t \ AflKUvai.!M... T"Ulltoalala
It can be given ia a glass of beer, a CURE Ladies'and Gent Wear of description lir-L
those who are now: unemployed and "Oar jeweler hay confessed they dont know every from W stat >and TetTttorl'
coffee food how can furnish inch work for Uw 0t-anM0I'D'ed. BUtt NEW tw ant r.,, seal.d,
tarp of or tea, or in without roe money YOUnSELFI'iftrcobUdwith' I BOOK=,tota i pa.t.
hill and valley of old Putnam.be WFirties tending good by express pay tlme. e.e
the knowlege of the patient. It is absolutely every Our Agent at Heath Springs, S. C., '.'.::. Trcal charge ODe way. it..wan.y..aa.T. ra a.fanl.plaauts.MIOVaralAT.M r1JU .
made to blossom like the rose, and before writes -.ke>.whfre Eper.errmbQaor lees....H n.'tae.I&1...
harmless, and will effect a any unnatural diac.'iarge aak'fjroar H. 23ALXOLT, Proprietor. ERIE MEDICAL A44r..t..r
permanent and speedy cure, whether the present decade Putnam will ICY' oar wurhea take at Urltt. The gentleman dmsyut for a boul* of JJ1-tf' CO.SUFFALO.LY,
who got: tea lan watch aaid tnat be examined' I j I Kg CIt con in a few dart
the patient is moderate drinker be one of the richest and most populous ''
a or an and priced a jeweler's watcbe* [wlihootlbealdorpnWicHro/a
alcoholic wreck. It; has been given in counties of Florida. So may it be. were M>better than yoon,but thepterKit: : doctor KoD-pouonou and "The Little Putnam"SAMPLE cE .
guaranteed not to ui ktan.I t-A-r' JttcU
.thousands of cases, and in every instance I was pained to see in your issue of Our. agent at Pennington, Tex., writesAm ([ >t. Vttstrtal Amirttm CVrc.Vaanfactnred liOOM,

a perfect cure has followed It December 2nd that the worthy Chairman tn receipt of UM watch,and am pleased by K.Calapbe'Je,1Vla.....,.: ...... t-:
never fails. The system once impreg- of our Hon. Board of County without would be meaaaara.cheap at $40.-All who tar sees it Mr It kTi Irans Chcaical Co.I LEMOX STREET.: PALATKA.J'LA. ne of DIY acmp.artnrt wer.D5 sod etatemeatw.ldw IIIeuUn, _1M tie IWo...is...

rated with the .specific becomes an Commissioners had .so .misconstrued One good reliable Agent wanted for CINCINNATI, O Fan Lima of Choice TTla**, Liquor aDd CI- laenuwill.bo.ethlrresaiauiw.a--"M;,.. Y. r t r k
utter impossibility for the liquor appetite of of each Write for u...ta. ar alwar*la atoc*. a mo tka'trgmai, isa_, :: :: U w
the meaning my correspondence place. particulars AnUTS TREATED IT Malt

to exist of Cures guaranteed.free. Address 48'PP"k November 22nd as to make the state XXTOLK. WATCH' CO. JTKVr" TOKE. % boo fgrOrtentnxa>ie Country rromptlf. Fined :;:::+4.ea ..:a":=::-. .........IOIFIDESTIALr ...- r4...
particulars CHA5. HKREH Proprietor.
ment in lily article of November 30th. deci-tf oct-am M. L ..f. NTMI. ..JtG { -smSki. uw u.

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Florida Central and Peninsular Railway. I ROTHSCHILD'S PLANS- "

"LOU\; I. i SK LI N E.: T.d'I \ MIGHT taxi; lb. Ce.'e"D Good WofklnC-at IlrusaeU Shape.BRPSSELS .Getting 1.. uuS S \ j

And to all Puiiitt. i" s,,ntl MM.He and M c.t I l..-Ida, >:ol,lie. New Orients and tbe Houttawes
Nor 30.-The committee
Direct connection to All 1'otDts Northwest and NuctLeast. appointed the
by International confer. ,

-- -- Alfred de' Rothschild, which have beenpresented -4j

ttootB... : :.. !lOR}!!:... WEIIT. IK.'tJ'TU. .
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I \ 4100TBLkJ: Dltl.ON- ,- I --;-- WUT&IUI IT111Ct:(. f-, to the conference is made np Mrs. Sarah M Black of .

Wo. ..:! .T. 1 '. .iS .{ No.IONo2 N,..1. Ko.t. as follows .
: :. Mo., during the past two 4i
S f9' Mi..Lr..FtroaM ria.. Ar 3.foI.l&j 1102 Lv Ja.be..ntM: .A.r Y.i: IO.oo. Sir C.
Fremantle, of Great Britain: been affected with Neuralgia i
71ep!11'fAa Lw..CaIlab.a..Ar :2.3p p.401i' 735a LY Daklwt Lw T.t.'r .M4 i
.1... 1J2.,. Ar. .Baldwt. .. ..Lv, 14.p _601:1 IIZ>aj 1$3. Ar :Lake 1.1t.1 i 1h5* Sir Guilford L. Nole worth, of India; Head Stomach and \
679. 12.4124 .fh Ar .UIOak... .L"1 471. ,
L4np 0.36pl7tJlealLvilaldain.I1.I" Lr .Jad..riJ... ... Lv Ar, 240p 1.4.p 5.& UI.1II.\r ...Madtrr.a ... 2.1la Henry W. Cannon of the United States; writes : "My food did not '.>J J"J

107tH. 12!l.1pIL. .. .La1l'lef ... Lv,12.53p ...... .... 11.411& Ar..M.rtke14&.Lv: 3.1I'P1230u\ M De Forille, of France Signor Simo- strengthen me at all and m}
I1. Ar .. W Wo ... .. Lv I .lip Leta 7.10. I Ar..Ta..u..ee-.L. 14q 19b'p
124: :Lalp I.-IAr .. lL\wtJton1e. .. Lr11.30a, 723.; 7.4'1 3.4; Ar ..ttahey ....L 120. 73upi nem.of Italy, C. F. Tieten of Desonftrk; tite was very variable.
.. 2.44a LA'1 ..:IIh4..RtY8laneIt-tI.I :lM N. F. VaM"
.CIIIa 21\1'Ar. Fitt .Lyl1.lna Berg the Netherlands head ;
; was yellow dull
i .NilverR I.-1Dp. Lv ... .. .. .. '-1..1II j1Ipj;' Ar ...I'h..a.L t Ula 2." p21b' Hans L. Tarbell my .
3.U"UI"iAr, .(.1&. .... Ly 11I.lu 1.414. : .. i :;.0II"\r .. )loWe ....L' 1.1" ..... Senor Sweden and Norway;; such pains in my left side. !
<a'' .48)'IAr ....Wilda'nd.. Lv 9.L'Ia :' .6.'HAr New Or1e&Jt..L. 1I.ar ..... O'ma.. pain, }I. Cramer Frey, when I I
44, 5.. N"r I..onetoetl I. 104. I'I': "'-:5.1 .rJ aitrs o.a M .. Y U.51t' ..... Switzerland JL Sainetletto, Belgium; morning got up : :
.>.4., .i, ''''VAr, ..,.'t'W't...rn.. L7 :lit 1r abu.J.T 11Uot. .... M. Itaffalontch. Russia have a flow of mucus in the i
5.I'2 ;.I',.,Ar 7.Sla le I I'I".+.12" I..sr .St.:; e..L: 7W :.... Mr. Alfred de Kuhechild Great Bri and a bad, bitter taste. I
I. :tfl A'' i.1! .Ar ..ll8denty..L1'I' I.. !, .. t. Ar ... ....I. % .... taut and M Monteffore
7Ii.I a.2pp'Ar' .. 5.3112 II Levy presidentof my breath became short, and
3:.....1 4.. piLV..N ildwood. .Ar -9.ftIa- THOMASYtI.LF MOWeELW ItocrrLh the conference are ex-offioo mem such tumbling I
.1.1., :;.'.jIAr ..L.&eshurg..Ar s.42a ber of the committee queer ,
II..... 5..fIIp'4r' .Tau" .... .4r ..Ib 0.11)' Daily The committee will also consider the sensations around the heart :; ; : i
:! I 6 1IIpr .A plu. :: 1..301'1 .. ...J.cte.wrtl........ 8.M'p plans all day under*the shoulder
Mtal .4LALr. .AAr Bussrested bv Mr. Levy and Pro-
"..lOp At .Ar .. .. .iskrCf t ... ..... L31p : d !
1':31",1': Ar : .\VI..wrt'ark.Lyl.: ... 1I.311aI.1' ... ......Lire Iwk.... .......Ar Lt'P' fesor Adolph Soether. in the left side, and down
12.3111.1 Ar fln..dn._ I.- 1,3 J' lI.fIIJa, .... 11.wtftvan.... .. 'r 1.21'1' ,
-- The of limbs. It seemed be
.. ....... Plan of :Mr. l>eRotht hlld my to .
.. :!.o p L.h14io ... Ari1112i; J.III" I.Y. ,.Tb..tu.. .Ar l.34p1.1t.IAr '
1 : ..GalnesvtU .. ..Lv 11.12a, 9Ot'l.I.y.: ....tbmtaa0ry..Ar .4stu.i is in brief that a syndicate of nations in the wet cold weather of
: : '!Ar .ArcWI' '" .Lr, :: 12t1Lni: Ly .. .Uirl&tDlil"'IU.1. S4J'n2lh.'Ar and and
I' :! .("eclar Kf') .'. IO.It&j" ,;,2tlA; I v ... .. .. ..S"Ia"'U 1I..p will be formed to make yearlypurcha.sesof Spring;
'24JP I... .... .idtle.. .......Ar 3.00p silver to the amount of fire million came on, my feet and hands
Ar'-Mr.Wlv.f'1u: ,.,>tS..dn..t 3:48: p ''icati..L. 11.2.\ i
sad Eagle >!'ne.; ; 4lop Ar. of turn cold and I could
I m tur" illi'toii> Earl Bird pounds sterling and that the United get
leavr r 4).le Mine da,1.e1rpt: Sundav.t49e: C.uCioMti. Ohio and Tampa, States continue purchases of silver at at all. I tried everywhere I
a. m' t .Tr.. tier a' il ii.t THKtlUt* point* fntlnun Sleepers, l i
Train leaven 0\ ...!.. sad Winter Park daily and Jackonvtlte and Taa pa. raHinan o m to present.In no relief before August
fx-ein., "lar. at tl,: .rem..l.<.... U':iven OrleAiJsn : .|jtk*>nrlll and New Orleans L 2, 8. 10 daily. the event of the pnce of silver nsinj using :
.I ?"I'. atKi'i\ "i W ii.*r Purlk *t HJi a. ? above forty-three pence per Then the change came. It t!
111. armini. at orUndo 1'.1101 a. m '. I Ia.*e eK 1 FERN A"fll"A & Cl'MBtRLAM ROUTE. the once ounce me wonderful deal of good
to be
purchases are at sus :
arnvlns \\ II" r rVK
lands l .j.tI") at r..IMI1. in
at -, LIp tn.. OnA I.. ."' l> mL \n.6. No |\o.ft..r pended. the time I have taken it and is

-::-- ..JIIt'\ @I.... .J",ll/IIl1ytU. Ar 3tApDa 8.50&7Ma Professor So th.rs* Plan ing a complete cure." : : ;
'vip I 'I.v.Oealaly: I'4'HthArltlnnal"'P| : A.>>I.11.1' \. .. II'fI'aoIha..L..II.30I"! 7.3IIa : ;
'Wta ." its). Ar ...IHtn' ... :: __ Is to establish one gramme of fine goldas G. G. GREEN, Sole i :
..... t ,
'" 'I rip Ar ....Ilera.n.b. 7..x : .ro L $yeJaekanovukand pp"crnandinad.thex1l'r '
111.1Oa 11"1.14r; ..111..r_ .....'Y 7.44Ia,3..Ip JfIyIt unda... ConaectaatF aandln..tr uD- the international unit of vain and to
1'" alas: I..l\f. "r .tI.__ in 7.IOalis.q vn.es".ennberl.ad<< llIIaDd. .1..1 1"land and stop the minting of coins containing less
f '.Ja I. .:;!;j.'Ly. ..r..e.U ell .Ar lea, I ':I.'If' fina.1rid:.fonli-r the! Qllnberland Route and than 5.W065 r','amines of pure gold. S A
..Ar ilf" .04JI usldtyeonnnettnnafor Maeon. Atlanta Cbat
r 'a :I.IUpAr, Tarp.m4p
:'.. .1 "op Ar R t.1Mrfaa4.. Arl ..'w .47p tanooiRssd KOf'b ru"'l W.ster3prints. The circulation of the coin of foreign
4'. \I 'IIAr t'.earwatrr. Ar 1412. '7.221. Snow, Train leaves JackaonvIMe 8.43 L m.. countries of less than new standard will :
!:4 44L. III 4'1p'''"r t\t. l.et-o.'II'J. I.v .. :".. 1.1'Op :ukee C.MllPrlaDd konw ORIM/IrtIoD. Leaves be t prohibited by the countries n
-- -- : m. n=Sleeping w.i arrives Ara Braatwlek Jack+ontne t0 6:13K. A t- agreements and the gold coin of inferior

;,v 7 and I daUl ; 3ancl..t&.aU,.. exec pt SIiD- tau. Ind AtlaJIta toeelnDa 6LDdX..hyrne. value will be withdrawn within five :

dal 1I'II'' .m O. B. and s.. S.O. S: G. daily exceptJACSUNYILLENASITYILLE years.PriVate. : I
.11101.. individuals will be allowed to
coin gold upon the payment of agreed; ::

&eignorage gold certificates, which may

(via Lake etl", )!anon and Atlanta.) be issued against gold in reserve.
Professor Soother's plan also includes .
-- ; the; coinage of silver in the proportionof

'i"..:III. ':.:co./IIr.nl. Leave .. ... ... .....JackYi......... ... .....Am' 7.4)So.5.am twenty value units of that metal to '
., It" m ><.:ITpJlI.I..ve., I ... .... ... .Lak.at) .... .... .... .... .Amn 5.3IiLm one of gold, but private individuals will
..4 Iii, ..:!'la.llI. Leave( .. .. .... ....... ...\ ....... .... .... ...... IO.1Sp.1D jIO. j--. not be allowed the free coinage of silver.
R.p I III, ..If1..." heave ,.. ... ......... ....Atlaata........ ..........Arrt.." _.311 p.m. The above Professor Soother's in
I '. II' II.I'pa1 IAlan .. .. ... ... ....AatlwOag2..Arrtte I.OOp.m .. is plan
a..' III :e psi Arrive .. ......N ashvUIe..t.. ......... ...lA'aft' 4Oa.m. brief. ;11A1'A.C'l'tREK Of

IIU Proposal.Ifare teen J.'lK.., din
,!1\ thr..njtb '.ullman 1 1 SlArpen Jsekmsvtlk to N..Jtyflki on NOB 5 and 6. '..al':Tf1a- :i' I financial circles for time
N' ,' 1 IK.-(MI and alter tinwwber tilth we expect to" hare a Throojcb tar also on our ..MornlnI'I'raw some past CYPRESS AND YELOW
in .>f lacluumrlUeto Atlanta,..tbat our patron from the Sooth will hare and are well known to all persons inter-

DOFBLE DAILY CONNECTION WIT ATLANTA WITHOUT CUAXOE.TI. ested in the solution of the monetary

.,;, i >,,><*' ..e.6. Wet Bar Street. corner Hogan. Depot font of Higan Street;Jacksonrille.A problem.
*t 8 'tNNINOT.N. Traffic Manager. O MarixNNELLGen. I' MI. Airt- Of the committee that will consider LUMBER: !
the proposals five members are avowed

metalists.. six are mdno-rnetalibts and

one doubtfuL SATSUMA man 1'8.
$6S-0UR-SILVER QUEEN $65Is I The committee will alt twice each

day. It is the general expectation that
it possible a first-class Buggy with Silrer-plated Dash Rail, Seat Rail, Handles, Mr. De Rothschild' proposals will be BEATTY'S A dtlorue.
Hub Bands, and Shaft: Tips, for above price accepted by the committee and then ORGANS
Address, 1>A> .L.n \
c! : I fx' > referred for adoption or rejection to the In ton. New Jen T.

< gl. n conference, and the governments represented ,
with the modifications 8ugge8.ted

a lnBE by the Soether.schemes of Mr Levy aud Professor ants

", ''"' ,I U 0 I Z f1 f1C C':) One of the modifications undoubtedly : fE; RGtA 4/n,,

Q IQ C') be that all gold coins below the Toga.'U
G ".. Z >! > ;; value of twenty frans will be withdrawn ; chess eQLte4e;

I < o > Cmw : from circulation and replaced by silver
I(.; notes.
loc y / I'FI > The Adhetlou of the German
I E.I '
: : O IO'Zp
delegates is now considered certain as I
< :> II no, Herr Dochend, formerly president of
1 1 Reich's bank approved the main lines

< c t > of Soether's proposaL

J ZI The French representatives will also r

Write for our New 80 page Catalogue of all kinds of Vehicles. accept the plan of Soother, which was
communicated bv M. Terard, exminister -
of finance. This well .
plan was received :
THE SOUTHERN BUGGY CO. by all the French delegates before J

it was submitted to the conference.
With the prospect of an earlY agreement -
being achieved, nobody now talks //f
of the failure of conference, which at

(EAST! T IEKH Vi,' and G Cab!. .- the first outcome was So Rapidly the of only the Has prediction meeting.th. Optimistic made as to THE I SCHOOL. OF THE .

feeling grown that it is reported that ([Open day and.n :;ht the entire ".i
---RAILWAY. :3
the conference is likely to conclude its SUCCESS !
work next week. It was said last week
SCHEDULES OF DAILY TRAINS IN that the session would last until after
EFFFCT JUNE 12tb. 1892. t Chr Itmas.. nvrrtal, htenopr ph, Ts e> raph-eo
The American delegates have strong feet of space, aA ojider direction of

.'_ .aH.w..OoA- .M-- reason to be satisfied with the recognl- gtakbed tpaolabKta. Text hooks du !
a. w I P'tCIAL LL.Y :kfolars tup and hoard ebeaier than
Lv ., kLr i I'I..r JarkanvUk.." 101.. LrJackamvUk .. t Iles I SOp tion of the advocates of mono-metalisin "tthadoft drad ate a,arted to .
i. 1 .' an .. . .. f Ala IAr Atlanta .. ... 8J S85a and the seriousness of the charges aria BrourbonreteploTinent ag racy-nut .'1
W.rnus2. W.ycru ... .. .. 9UaS ,Lr Atlanta . .. .. .. 10 Up lOOp ing from a further fall in silver. Send for handsome uUkxu to
... .'S" .---IlLY l a.0....... .. ... IO a Ar Chattanoofa .. .. I U2 TOOp MATT :
At !.:a" ,n .laess. ........ .... 4 Le Chattanooga .. S40p ltoa 9 Up They are disposed to support Mr. sere )I
LrMAr ,. M_......... ... .. ..., ArKaMnlle .. 100 i> K Sla ISHa lothschild's proposals on the principlethat
A.I .na. Atlanta ... 1 Lr KnoBville .. 8 ISa 10 SSa9VOa I U. half a loaf is better than no bread.
4-' ,. .A ] ((, Lv Atlanta IQU Ar Momat nra.. .... UMa SOfia
A, J'LtJlonp. ; I.'Pr' Caattaaooga IUa Ar rutol. ISSpllOpi lOOa The Indian !> !elates ChamberIam's Eye and
Lr ,a.to uiuoja rjoo Lv CA.Itsaoola TOOaTJSp Ar KnuiokeAr .. ... 'l pUIlOpAIIII :
'n .. 3222: / Ar BorgiaAr . I Shcaahoah_ Jc SICa a Up are also pleased with the proposals, as Ointment.A 4
AI' alv ,":n.u.. .. 7 hi Ctocuaatit I Ar WadRugUMiAr ...... r aoa 11 UP hey will assist the conclusions of the certain cure for Chronic
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I n nutl., an, v CiodnaatiArChicaga 9 Baltimore ... 8 4Sa 11 JSa Indian committee and their *
f.. currency Salt UhenTn
5 f.q" i Tetter Scald
Ar' '--- ---- Ar HagcntowaAr ... .... ti&alOUOpSJOalJJOa" acceptance will free India from the fear I
Li *liar..n :: b XU 1.v Harna HarrMbarc .. ... ...... fall silver. Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, -1
Ar 1 ?r,lle_ _1115a"Arr.-inille. Pailadelplua.... ......111$& 427. of a large in *
Lr ,ul&n"o a ,I 11 I II ,....p I t.v-Chattanooga---. -. .. 1 Ar New York: .. ... lOOp 7 lOa The American delegates believe that Itch Prairie Scratches, Sore

At Mr'h'., 1 1113(.. ;:Memphis .1.i 8 Lr"florrMuwa.ArAaknila .. .. 9 D2 .... ...... the continuous absorption of 000,000 and Piles. It Is cooling and( .
A' 'I.n bud.t'neptrs. Maan Sleepers A ti tftiCi .. .. .. ...... .. ... ounces of silver by the European powers Hundreds of cases have been ...;.'I$
aR ,." < ,nil ati Chattanoofa sad Caattaaoofai Bota trains Pnllnaa bvffct would bring about artificially the
,, .- hr Cmrtmati. Day "!Idle carry It after all other
t day "t > sleepers Caattaaoora te New York vialUmstrarjr treatment had )
'' condition of the silver market which inn
a i Ie 10 t. .1I.tta&cIl.v toew a Je j tram from
a h The a-m.
rnt change 1 lito Chattanooga wit'.OMtchaat Chatta o.jr a aloe o.ao carries a sleeper to ernational bimetahsm could establish uSa put up in 23: and 50 cent _,

slTly1L11ICI11LSIOTICKIT-- $ \\ aaftuwtoa viaSh.andoahJunction; permanently and scientifically for life.
: )a1.., fr4,1o Uav ij to Sent. ]Oo Limited ta Oct. Ji, iSoi sad the B. O.R.R..COIIIIK\iDCWllJa .
TO ALL SUM)ll.H llr OKTS. the "R.val Bhie Line"
.. I Limrttj rttt tf fit E+ltrm Flint AN ENGLISH OPINION.
I' ,' nllal"'. relative' u> rate, hotelt etc, rk erfolljtrrrv VIGOR OF
t I lettirof mqu'ry aniwrrrd in Hetai'. ,.t..'-.. t) ..".JJ-r.illuu." .

1- .. ...."/., rrerrvabona. rmti..folder, etc.,apply to ticket ar au throng h..t Honda or to America Seem. to Hold the Key to the Caaliy. QUICK h. Pe I, .
,,'RASK M. FOLLY Di.L Pas Art ..SaVnl B.y Street, Aster Block. J.ck.o.vlUe, Fla. Silver Situation.LOSDOV M.e.h>*e... N i *_..e.., Dekllltr
a. \\' 11 ItKNN 0. P.a T. A.. .oniUe, TeaL CHAS N. KIGIIT A. G.P; A;.Atlanta,C. be tbe train results of of evils from early ermnor later:
Nov. 30.-Referring the proceedings overwork ak-kcem. worry
strenctk. development, sad tona !riren
of the monetary conference, onran and portioa of the bod,. Hmpte' ,
'! StOCk of Groceries is The "GO dwt'aJ''' Shoe leads methods. Immedlat tmfnTTeu seen !
the Daily News says: ImpoMtble.endp. f.maild/.esledltlue.2.tQ ret--. Boot Address+ : 1

"Alfred de Rothschild'* plan, which CRIB MKOICAL>> CO., .
\\aliays vpto the highest stand- 'fni all al the low price of One seems to have saved theconference from '.'"

collapsing turns out to be a mild palliative -
Dollar and Fifty Cents at and in no wise heroic. Theoretically I

ird Prices Right at it would be best to let silver alone, .

I j. R. DUNWS. but when we find Rothschild trying.

/ R. DUNN'S.GO tooth and toenail to prevent the collapse Or Uw.7.LJqoor.......Habit......,.realtleely Dr. JIaI_;.
of the conference. it may be fnppoeed ....wIt ............ .1
Notic..to Debtors and Creditors.PERSONS that such a result would to disastrous.We la iam taatur J ae a powder which eaa
la a (iaa* of bam* a .f eafle or tea, '
TO cannot suppose it to be remotely withomt Uii tnowf.ig.of the psnot It w:
IU VINO CLAIM 3 AGAINST uggested that five pound notes be made barBlesa. aad. will effort a permanent .;.
Au. .th r ta. la
paticut a mottorat
Lutate of 1) L. Renault, deceased
J. H. CARPENTER late of Putnam County Florida, will present redeemable in silver. The most striking .. aioohalM WK K.*H.... born. cty-ia
ofe..e sod ia tavtue
; ewrr a
them to me, and an persons indebted to said \&rt of the plan is the implied belief of .* It seas t mil*. Thctyiten pwfwst ooe
estate wR1 make paJ1DH't to me.iMlYB. .be first rank financier that unless some- ..with ttt.Bpeoillejt teaomee aa.-ua J
Lemon Street,bet. Kansas HooM andGrooms' L. RENAULT b the hquor appetite to ..1..
aeS-Sw Admiaiftramx. thing it done America will discontinue 470LDr.... SPf:rinrco.. 4elCINClHNATi ..._. ,.
Bakery for the purchase of silver ; OHI
41 p.p hook at pamenlaca tre i'o be
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE. America is perhaps the richest country -
)RY STOVE WOOD. in the world, and cannot be ignored. ACKEKHAX & STEWART J> 1

Mote 't the than site. \TOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT SIX Were she to sell silver we might be compelled
..oaCt 60* :and money Zia deltrrrett anyone 11 rVo d torr 1> months after date,1 will present 07 float to close the Indian mints. Even
IrJ> >'- auWI'a tall.aa iII under eenT. Fin attxmt and roofther as Executor of the estate then we might be terribly hampered if -THE-
of Samuel Varnes. deceased. late of ratnanOtnatr
11 'preen sell-Im to the Cwuttr Jndgeor said County,and America raised a bin gold loan. It is v

ask for a final discharge a* such EiemtorlUARUNO Dot to Europe's interest to precipitate arnrtency
VARNES, crisis in America. The diaorqance -

city FU,oet.14th,1S5C. oc4- catastrophe.of trade would amount to a t { ; ;

2.00 A Year.
Tremont Hotel The Texas Seaiatorshlp
I HOUSTON, Nov. 8O.-Eighty- ht ;.
idcnce Corner Main and First Sts.Oyrtaa8atal.to (FO&VCKLT BOTEX. TOOaL) .
1 NEwW\1 elect of the new legislature have anfwersd -
: It a. m., 1 tot p. u STREET; NEAR BAT JACXBO:( COSTA: 'L G 3 COD RKADCSG :
'501 ILEA. of the Post as to choice
p. m. SandATs-l to I p. m. TILLS : a query
from for senator that they are unqualifiedly THAN Axr PAPER PrB
a distance can, be treated ( iTIULt.T LOCATED. OFEX ALL THIvJ
$Gae 9sa11 Office consultationtre.. |uYFJR 1'ltetwTatM.*.' for Roger Q. Mills. IK AVKBICA. ;
I to ftXwper day.DODGK. This assures the re-election of Senator "ff '. .

& CCLLE:>S. Mills with eight votes to spare Add real THE ; ;

pus Tubules curt the blues. II DOT13-CID J Proprietors. oc28-2m \ NEW : ..

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In order to c'ear my stock of Stoves, '

.' .--_- .ice I will sell them for the next thirty THORQUtttlY, > REN MATED, : Stop 1 A

. 'T'-' ;ty tttrO -, My reason for disposing of the stock REFITTED AND REfUR H6HEt.( 5

-, '"ICK:: In Dunn's Building, Trout Street U.that.I may devote mv entire ;time to
next to Post Office. ,flOO day. Special by the week or
Rates per
,,. Plumbing; Tinning and Gas Fitting. month. Table supplied with beet in the market And don't go any further until you have visited the PALACE STORE
Come aDd see me and we will be sure ty Fine sample room In connection.
.n' 1 BCTiSCRIPTlOXBATK-OneYear.- *!* de -tf R. r.. WALL,Proprietor. of Palatka where will find
M'mtlu, 110 Cents '}- Three sleuths, 23 C att.Bubscriptious .. to make a trade., E. C. KELLY you everything in the line of

due' In fctanee. Tb Putnam Bo.... IRS. E. M. Haughton.

4'ALATKA, FLA., DEC. 9.1892.Everybody This elegant hostlery will open Furniture, Crockery
about January 10th,under fhe man- ,

agement of that popular hotel man, FIRST-CLASS

come and"see our Holiday Mr. William Catto. Mr. Catto is Glassware
Goods. McLACRY A ROWTON. week. Private Boarding Lamps
expected next _' .
William Sell, the greatest bareback
and Christmas .
Call see our
here with Sells and {CORNER OF FIRST AND MADISON
;rider, is coming McL.umY RoWTON.

"Btntfrow's shows. STREETS, PALATKA, FLA. Carpets, Rugs, .

,: Mr. Larkin, an old Palatkan, formerly west of Florida Southern Railroad Do-
One of the most substantial carts ever
: proprietor of the old Larkin pot. oc7.3m ,
seen on our streets hs just been com Matting Oil-Cloth
House, in this town.
pleted for Gay Bros by ,Joseph Wertz::,

Capt. J. L. Hardemaa, one of the tie wagon maker. CENTRAL HOUSE, .

best known military men aria a promi- We cannot understand why our pea Window Shades
Macon Ga. hereyesterday. Reid and Front Streets, ;
neiit lawyer, of was Corner
ple will send away for work of this na-
ture when they have at their very door

I Col Joe Hal, of 1IaeonhG&.,attor- an institution which turr.s out such Baskets
ney for the G. S. & was in splendid work. Mr. Wertz is a citizenof Boone hal been been tboroaehlr: refar AI D
the city yesterday. I nibed and pot In order,and U now ready to receive -
this city and county and spends his i Boarder at reasonable rates. Table supplied .
Files of have piles, but De- with all the delfcaeies of the season.HR& .
people money among our people. It behoovesus
War BOLIXGER General
Witt>. Witch Hazel Salve- will cure consequently to support this institution Housefurnishings.My .
aotl-Cm rroprietres
them. i. F. Peek..
jjien an opportunityaffords.

For Fresh! and Choice Groceries, go. I. J3
It D. O"VtOI1.
try a cup of that ex- ,
to Padgett & (Vs.For of Full Line ofDOLLSM
eel :A at E. S. NECK'S, Falk Block Lemon Street, New Addition Consists a
lame back them is Doiliinthan
1 from England by WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
to saturate a flannel cl Co., Orlando. The
Chamberlain's Pain Balm anon .' Mr Neck is sole FRUITS VEGETABLES Etc.
the affected par A. Try TOYS GAMES rAnd
Will be surprised at the pror Solicits a share of yooi patronage so kindly N
affords. ThIS Ntmu uatm) path of W IL given him. AU Fruits etc,in season Apples, ,
Oranges,Bananas, lVar Lemons, Limes,digs
rheumatism. For sale by and highlya
fact Raisins,Nets eta Bread,Cakes and Fiea.A .
Stewart, draught! ; Is expect- line ell Beautiful Candies Fruits, etc, for

r AStabblniJacjc Af i I I Price.Christines.Clears and Tobaccos of high trade and Low GENERAL HOLIDAY GOODS. Come early and often.

Capers, colorj conlraled: Apple Cider made daily oa thw premises,warranted

stabbed by another, he *ernce,: c.Uforute to be Grape Pure Juice.Apple Juice only. Also nol-tf line ,'

Sat unlay night TbCapers'
bask si(lee Cholera and Fresh Baltimore 'and B. L. Lilienthal.AShoe

horrible oond. sale by Ack- Florida OYSTERS received .

well far. sts.next.
however to
We have the iarri .
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of Dolls.ind TOlf LD )

TON. oc28-tf_ _

1& sad spectacji 1 11 I DGRAPH R, E.: TV. Oi-een 4

union depot jif Store that Does'nt Keep ShoesThe
: Wagons Carriages
11 o'clock. A \ week. He ,

suddenly fell tol at the New Stylesnd i BUQ&I I S. CARTS AND DRAYS

fire minutes eufljpelepticfit great many I MADE AJlf: ) RIFAIRRSD.C9An .

III eve to what he is Kinds o'BIacksmithint( Done on ROOf
ing month mad| ig the Holidays. Notice.Florida.Shop V Lemon Street nest Third,noll-tf Palatka above is a queer expression, but it's a mighty true one in my

We have the I : LUDDEN & BATES' case. You may construe, it, however, in two different 0 lights. I get
Holiday Goo J. U

& ROWTOS.. piles of Shoes of all kinds--Fine Shoes, Medium Shoes and Cheap
Southern Music House

8 rtrU sM thePrcaehing by Uj werTha Shoes, but I don't KEEP them, for the people have become educatedas

and 1:30 p. m.t It b. PIANOS AND ORGANS TtJNED.MR. I to the place to buy a reliable, honest Shoe ; consequently I'm

e The: Three GrJ AGENT,has established Headquarters at busy all the time. Not so busy, though, but what I can find time to
. teen C nLUf\." "& ROWTON'8. H* win frUe'his

Prayer meetingjp. r sr [personal n Palatka attention and the t'snrro Tuning ndlnf: Pianos( oountrr and Organs Beth show you the latest styles. That's what I'm here for.
m. The lll a FlrstClass Tuner, with ranch experience,
oastsand magical people will And it to their interest to
are free. secure his serrices. Palatka.October U
any pan of i 11,1' trod T..IN
l H. T.: : VA.TTER ,
congreuatiofwith r BK J .. .. ..
them. Oysters, Oysters I .* Front and First
REV.J.CLA! de3m ,,: Lemon Street
'0. ) .

It's not very plea:: At GRAHAM'S : ,: .

hack, ';- : ; {
al BaiikALATKA. -GOTO- .
To Many suffer people pain In could chest pt 't ;;, : .:. :

By simply using ', .- ,-
P. F. Peek. >. .
o. Bakery and Restaurant
Mr. W. IL Speck has p In ", .

place,the new fixtures in try I&lpitVstock $50,000 -nOR TOUR OYSTERS. I AM NOW PREI -
store,made especially to The ? PARING a FIRST-CLASS.RbSTAURAAT t.
wood Is antique oak, handwjraely polished o FOR Brsnrr&s NOVEMBER Lunch.where Ladies and uentlemen can enjoy oc"8-tf a quiet .

and the large show caep is, undoubtedly 1, 1892,. I
one of the prettiest we have

ever &een.Big Correspondence with a view to H. L. MILLER I MERRY CHRISTMAS, -
ness1 solicited. ,
i Bargains in Groceries of all ;. \ >
kinds at Gfainger'a. M. GRIFFIN, SR., AND
Hare tried most every known remedy -
GEO. L. PACE Cwhler.
o ., 'for Itching Piles without success, '
#. 4, .finally bought a box of DeWitt's Witch I CONTRACTS WOK from-Impl.* shelf ',
Hazel Salve, and it has cured me. C. j I Baltimore and Florida to a house. Prices guaranteed as reasonable.as ... .) .
D; Haskius, Peoria.lU.Th. ; any in this State. ,
Makes a specialty aloe of Mattress Work.Up- .">.: ,
Oysters by the ,Jtc. ,I..
St. Fell Sitter can holntejy Carpet laying :
I Office and Residence, Orange Street,between '
Have come and gone, and most and in bulk, at Chas.Kupperbusch's. Fourth and Peck,Palatka.*la. deJ-tf :! < .

people seem to be satisfied. The '
show is very good. Miss Henrietta Oxien .

jgt. Felix as Montiew and Charles BOS-tf I McLAURY & ROWTON

Iloyd as "Joe Blitzard" being especially A Food for the Nerves. .
fine. Mr. Will E. Culhane, Only a Postal
Put up In Tabnles and is pleasant to take. In
the Irishman, was also good in hiA packets of a c.and f 1 earn. Sent by nail if de-
Addressed to sired. MBS.OKOUQK rATTKJiT.Agent' ,
specialties, and made a great "hit"with noll-to F PALATKA FLA Have the Largest

that hotel ong. J. H. CARPENTER, : .
The show was greeted by a fair W. C. SNOW S 0 Most Complete
wm teteh a load of WOOD rot M cents or, '
and appreciative audience, which was Undertaker: .
continually in a roar of laughter. To ready for the Stove,75 cents. ee16ttHelldrick&oll&Duforth :I Office and Residence 28 1-Z Front Street opposite and Cheapest Line of

say the least, the St. Felix Sistersare Putnam lioose,Palatka,Fla.. nol-tf. '
equal to anything of this natureon WHAT'S THE USE OF :>
the road.Sells I : ,
On Deck with a New and Complete Line ofuUrTOi =THROWING AWAY .
I Goods
} : Fancy
and Rentfrow'a biz show will I AMWtWI I lufli FItMIMTACLE..8PllTlNlI8IH. Those Old Shoes ? ,

soon be with us. The kniall boy is saving ..
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his pennies, and will be impatientfor TtTJIE'i' TOU CAN HAVE THEM MADE -
circus day to come around. >V as food as new at BEN RODDA'S,Agent, '
Guns UeTolrer.Locks.Trunks and Umbrellas Lemon Street,near Front,Palatka. ; : Dolls. Toys
Repaired Saws filed, Shears sharpened. $$ee. :
I Pure
So VETOING EXCELLENT rile nand all kinds of Job Work Neatly and 111SnOES, :MADE AND SOLD. :
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CEYLON TEA from London PrwnptlyUoBe.
imported ,
Potnaa .
Front Street odpoolto House.tyGU ,;,' '
England, by Bogers, Martyn & Co. >S TO LET. noil-ti t. '

Orlando. Comes in one-quarter, one- FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ;

half and one pound packets. E. S. C. W.MARVIN, D.D.S. FLORIDA PUTNAM: COUNTY- ; j .
/ C I uloi Novelties
article.XUCK, the* Grocer, sells this superior IK CZLAXCEBT.I .___ ,. ; ,] O & Games ,

< IT EmanneL Cocapt, 1TS. '
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BiD for Divorce. fia 0'ti ...
E. O. ALLY' JloaaoEmanuel, Deft. fIt -S. iJf'
t appearing by aJKdarft: of E. E. BaskeO J_ -': : -
complainant's attorney, filed in above cause., / Special Discounts .... '<
-SIGN that the defendant Atonnt Emanuel, is a nonreeMentof ...
The Biff Coffee Pot! defendant reside the State at of Darlington.Florida and DarUneton that said ; f ', to Churches f
Cooaty, CaroHna.and that the defendant. '
it OftrtM sap of twenry.uue 7'M1'L' ; and
Gr.\ Full and Complete Line of It is therefore ordered that the defendant .. ?; % Sunday-Schools:
STOVES. LIGHT HARDWARE and GRADCATE DENTAL DEPARTJir T Alamo Emanuel,do Appear the bill of eom- o. l' .
pUlnt filed herein.;omor'before tile Zd day of de9 o' f; .
TINWARE which must be sold. IVERSTTT OF TEOTESSEE. :JAXTAKT,isas.. the sam being rule.day of this j .. ..:. .s ..

will pay to inspect this stock,as I keep 4 RTDnCIAL THETH OV GOLD.sn.vn.. ,sad Court a decree*else pro the eonf bill esso will be entered taken against conl-...said'. :,, / i c' -< '
nothing but the best of everything A ALCMIUM and RUBBER. defendant in said suit. {i. c
Plumbing,Tinning and Gas Fitting ttjwciairr of CfiOW. JMOD6K and GOLD It U further ordered that this notice be pobtisned .

executed in the most approved style, WORK.Anesthetics: admlnUtersd for the painless Weekly one a Times week' ,for a fo newspaper reomeecutireweeksinthe published in \. -rl". .... .>of:" .: ".\. $
promptly and at low prices. extracUon of TsetH.BAVX laid County of Putnam. .: ,. ..
Don't forget the place, Sign of the Jkn.amo. Luox 8r, fALAxxA.Oflos : J"L.L.Bnr" .. Walllcmaber Witness my band ML and A.D.the""seal of !laid'#Court arieNw r,. :5. t. .
Big Coffee Pot., Lemon Street,between I to B a.a.{ S to i p.m. ( R.UfIt WJUGRT, Ber' x ........ '
Second and'J.1UfQ. &pIII.1tr. yDM.KIftflTD.U. 5 0 .F. #j ,' :" "
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