Palatka weekly times
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 Material Information
Title: Palatka weekly times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Times Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: December 30, 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: UF00079946:00024
 Related Items
Related Items: Palatka daily times
Succeeded by: Palatka herald
Succeeded by: Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)

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A rieuant K.e*,loa Gina toy the :Member NEW'YEARZMeLarty
gFon REST.-Mrs. Barrett's Cot- of This NEW YOEK, December, 2S-The !
tage, between :')t. George Hotel and orange market is rather dull,with quitea
Florida Southern Shops Third street. By invitation a number of the friends surplus on band. Bright, fancy desirable -

t de:29-tf. of the Junior Athletic Club assembled counts, $2.25 to 2.50 per box;
at the room Mouday evening and enjoyed bright, straight lines, $14)0 to S2.20; R AI> QU. .. TE s ::
GrFOR SALE CnEAP.-Some fine bright, inferior. $1.60 to $2.85; russets,
the of tbis lot I/O
hospitalities jovial
Black-Bed Games from 'priu.birds.. straight lines, $1.75 to $2: grape fruit, '
Surplus I'ock. of lads. Refreshment were abundantly S2 to !2. O; tangerines $2. 0 to $4 per Brothers.

Also, an English Breech-Lo ding served, and, under the directton of box; Mandarins, $2 to f 3 per box.

Sbot-Gun and a Bine. SYDNEY Andrew Shelly, the evening was verypleasantly OLIVETT BROS.
bMtTir Lake Como, Fla. 1* CHICAGO December 27.-Bnghts,
1 away. $2 50 to $2.75 per box; golden russets, Elegant of New: Year Novelties I

Gr F vo COTTAGES TO LET-Near The boys have a suite of rooms in $2.25: to $2.50 per box. Egg plants,

Union Depot. C. F. DEXMSON, the Moragne building,corner of Lemon S1.25 per dozen; tomatoes,$.S per crate. Kid Gloves, China Plaque, Imported Dress Goods
Box 201. ._dec22 tf and Front streets, which are nicely fitted Market good. O IRA no & ALLEX.Coi. ,

'ED-Situation by a competent and furnished with dumb bells, Si Ik handkerchief, '
3' Dressing Case Silk Dresses
W. J. Barnett is in town from ,
man to take charge of an Indian clubs, etc:. Span ing,however, .

Orange Grove or Place Nursery near; fifteen Inter- Is the principal feature iu the c.ub, and Chattanooga._ .._. 7'| Lin en Handkerchiefs, Toilet Cases, tire Screens,

years facnen expenence.preferred. Address D. J. B., some of the young men have become We are authorized to state that those

Times Office. dec9-5 quite expert and scientific. holding tickets No. 575 and 736 may ,Initial IIandlzerchiefe. Glove Dons, Elegant Fans,

Stx HUNDRED DOLLARS to lend After the supper was served the club gel the dolls given by McLarty Bros.j"11EST .

on city property at eight per cenTime and its guests adjourned to the roomsof Silk Scarfs, Music Rolls,

one to two years. Apply to the Palatka Athletic Club, nanmlocJi Fu>un, A 1-At $4.75, ... Stumped. Linens .
I GILLIS \; GILLIS. nolS-y at UR.A Ob'8. Upper Lemon street .
rT,1I ; where the remainder of the Umbrellas
Leather Good"
Chenille Portlerw,
| 'l1'AIrrEDI'upfor Guitar evening waseepent in sparring, and Miss Jennie McAllister,.an accomplished

__ by a competent teacher. For particu other sports andexercise-,, young lady of Durham, N. C., Silk Braces, Valises and Trunks, Table Covers
of McLAUBY & R9n'o.i.tno251m ,
lars inquire ,
rag oar e 'a bonvenicD.4having sister of John W. McAllister, arrived J

been newly papered and put in "S: felatk i atur dAy, and will peftd: tire ..---- &c. &:c. .te. a*

Four shades, aMCLAIIRY S'iWpping with
biiEET CELLULOID winter here.
I ,LI no25-if thorough repair, is now tor rent. See
I & Bow-Toy's. Miss Bestie Haile.1IK1VSOX .
ad. first .
on page.A s,. CLOAK d
c j 'II1j erGo you to want Duane in the Bros way for of everything Fresh- II ndtoni. Present.Prof. FKACTICAI.: TAILOR,
lla received, direct from the manufacturers -
Meats and Fish, Poultry,etc. mh21-tf Brooks, of Jacksonville, was
the recipient this Christmas of a very In England, the best assorted \ '
(3fl PAY 11I9 EST PRICES for Confederate lot of flog Woolen Cloths ever broughtto We never sold as
( Money and Postage Stamps. handsome present from Howell Davis, this:town, which be will make to /

Address, CHAS. D. BARKER, Atlanta, of Palatka. It was a minature water order at the lowest pnce. Cutting/:

Ga. no184'CONTRACTOR tank, made of cypress, handsomely done with accuracy and/ fit guaranteed. many any season

finished and trimmed brass. Repairing neatly done. In
of Plastering, Cementing Hickman-Kennerly Block, up stairs.
The tank made )[ Davis; as this. Our
\ Kalsoraining and BepainnjPlastering. was by 1. not)-tf_ pri-
Work done to order and and shows the ability of this young .
guaranteed satisfaction. All orders man as a cistern builder. The tank From ?ew Pork.Our ces are about
promptly attended to. odd] friend, A. J. Dalton, of New ones .
was also handsomely lined with plush,
WHILE rDU'RE LOOKING eeplG ,JOSEPH 'ADAMS, Pa'atka. York "pip"call
City, surprised us by a
and is intended for a cuff and collar o
e market, Tuesday. He reoorts the weatherin ; ; third less thin ..
-FC'R___ C3P"Duane Bros. ts always .
supplied with Fresh Northern and case.Big New York exceedingly severe, and
Florida Meats mh21-tf Bargain in Groceries of all expresses his appreciation of a visit to ., 'other Florida ,'-
kinds, at Grainger's.A any ;
Florida at tbis reason of the year.

i C ri tllla Pr ntsI {3JFTALATKA GENERAL MARKET. Clever Conductor. -
Jo to Duane Bros for FirstClassilcats first- "Tip Top" Brand Milk, 10 cents can, House, and com-
Poultry, etc. Everything
One of the cleverest, most popular st Grain: r'8. .
all of the
lass. Free delivery to parts
de3tfS and obliging conductors, in the employof prise the Best
:ity. : ,,. Steam RidingGallery.. .
Permit to remark the J. T. & K. W. railway, if not in .
I me Messrs BurcbSeld& Son, with their
rrle at the Baptist Church Kext Saa-
Florida, is Mr Brown,of the DeLand
dar, Ja.. 1. handsome steam merry-go-round, In I selling styles of
that stock is worth spur.
my Preaching by the paator both morn- Captain Brown is favorably known spile of many drawbacks,cold weather,

A ing and evening. Subject for morning etc.. manage to grind countless' nickels 9 four of the Lead-
examining. purchaseof by every traveler, and is a valuable ac. .
: "How to Build up a Church.'* from the pockets of pleasure-seetul-.
quisition to the road. lie has the esteem

jewelry is very properly Evening! : "Thoughts of the New and friendship of all by his gentlemanly especially the boys. : Cloak ,
I Year." Sunday School at 9-45 a. m. and obliging manner. The machine is no toy or humbug,as ing Houses ,. "

made with more Let all the members of the church and usually find their way. through this : .
congregation attend Sunday and thus. Another Boy. .of New YorkPhiladelphia
All country, but the figures are almost life-
solici de and care begin the welcomed.RET. New Year.. strangers We congratulate our friend, Chas size, *ml are so arranged in construction ,
heartily of bouncing :i ti
E. Rowton, on the arrival a
J. CLARENCE NEWMAN. that they gallop exactly as real and
which arrived in time for .
than s exercised in baby boy, ,
Those who take
I Christmas. Ernest is .unusually happy prefer can a
ttLTLSB'L. fc*' *T"1 charriot at the same cost. t Boston.
;nxgroceries. i r.p United States Apron Festival. just now. t k
; To be this machine should
The Ladies Aid Society of Pomona A ChrUtmM Present.
latter are quickly con-' be seen In.eratlon. The fun beginsevery
Me. C. W.Walton was the recipientof
win have a "United States Apron Fes- McLarty Brothers.
Christmas .afternoon at 4 o'clock.
a very-handsome present
.thai" in the Pomona Hall Wednes- .
sumed and if unsatis- on i. i i '
in the form of a bouncing ,baby boy. 4
day, January 4th, 1893. Every Stale The young man came Saturday, Dee. It's'not very pleasant to cough and Leaders of Styles and.Fashtons.BARNETP .

factory, better goodscan and Territory will be represented by 24th, and is to be hoped he will spend hack, ,
which will be more than one Christmas with his papa. To suffer pain in cheat and back,
be bought next one or more "aprons, Congratulations. Many people could stop it, for sure
sold during the afternoon and W. J
evening. By simply using One Cough Cure.P. .

time. An investment A first-class supper will be served by Three-pound Can Tomatoes,10 cent' F. Pee.k ,
the ladies between 5 and o'clock for at Gnin ef" '" .

the email sum of thirty-five cents; for Pane at the Armory. The Lemon
children under twelve yean of age, SerrleM at the Presbyterian Chvreh. The complimentary hop tendered Grocer.Having .
inWATCHES Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will e
twenty cents. our student girls at the Guard Ar- Purchased the-
A musical entertainment will be be observed at the Presbyterian church
the which will next Sabbath morning. Preaching by mory Wednesday evening, under<< the
given during evening, Entire Stock of Fancy and
be a treat to all lovers of music. Everyone the Rev. Dr. Waddell, ot Clarksville, auspices of the Palatka German Club, Family Groceries..

cordially invited to attend and purchase Tenn. All of the members earnestly was the society event of the season, Of J. E. JACKSON I
made for are am prepared to offer a stock
Is once all which, for
an apron. requested to be present. Strangersare an enjoyable affair and was largely at. Freshness has no superior. In connection with this, I am Qualitvand

cordially invited. W. $. Wallace, tended by our best people.On New Goods,and a trial will convince that I am constantly receiving
and, if unsatisfactory, TEN GOOD REASONS claim fo you doing what many others
pastor. the programme were eighteen do-Selling Goods at Low Prices. W. J. BARNETT

the difficulty can't beremedied WRY I Buy GROCERIES FROM PAD When you have over-exerted yourself dances, well selected and well danrei. decl6-3m Corner Lemon and Peck Streets, Palatka.

-- OETT & Co. Excellent music was rendered by the
by running, jumping, or working,
; hence the Fifth United States band, .St. Au-
1. I get Good Goods and nothing there is nothing that wilt relieve the FALL OPENING

necessity of dealing misrepresented. soreness of your joints and muscles so gustine.
quickly and effectually as SalvationOil There were,, present many visiting

with reliable, firms. Every 2..Measure.I get Fair Dealing.*-,Honest Weightand >ain., the 25 greatest cents. cure on earth for ladles and gentlemen on this occasion. OP '1'\k x .. .iR.'S

article we sell is 3. They keep the,most and Freshest ---- -- for McLaury Christmas& Rowton's Goods. is headquarters.* BaltirnoreDry Goods Store .

Vegetables in town. .

exactly what we repre- 4. They keep the Best Butter in J Joseph Neubeck and E. Wjndiscb,
sent itandevery state- town. i.. two well known Palatkans, have established LEADER OF LOW PRICES.
5. You can get Fresh Eggs there ,
a meat market in Fry's Opera Having many years of experience in trio Dry Goods Business
ment we make can be when no where else. louse block Lemon street. They will and
Goods for
6. They don't mark up Hams, but no doubt command a good trade,as Joe Buying our Cash we can afford to offer roa these Inducements t

relied upon. In view mark actual weight. has been identified with the butcher One Lot Of 38-inch All Wool Camels' Hair Drew
Prices sell Goods
7. They don't Cut some ,Regular
of thisthefollowingan- goods below cost and make up ..qn PAGECOILED business in 1 alatka for many years. Price, 75 cents; Our Price, 50 cents.
others. '
8. Their Stock is Complete, and Piles of people have piles, but De. One Lot Of 4o'-inch All Wool Crepe Cloth, Latest Styles, Beautiful

nouncement cannotfail everything sold at a Reasonable Profit. Witt's Witch Hazel Salve will cure Shades, Regular Price, |".25; Our Price, 85
from First Hands and them. P F. Peek. cents.
9. They buy
to interest youComeeatlyand -: pay Cash, which enables them to sell One Lot Of JU1 Wool Henriettas, in All the Leading Shades
S'PBING Iln Reg'
Som. MMtU. f
nkr .
make Cheap. Price: 85 cents; Our Price, 60 centl
10. Their Morning Orders are always Duane Btw., the butchers,had'some One Lot Of '
delivered 10 o'clock In tie rnlnr. Changeable Dress Good, a Great
by ; flue specimens of animal life Friday.We Novelty, :Regular
your selection. Price, 50 cents; Ottr Price, 35 cents. .
were by a mutton
Criminal Court. ,
The County The Criminal Court,which Woven WireFencing. weighing dressed 180 pounds a hog of Just Received. Beautiful Line of "The Styles" in Eiderdowns

543 pounds, and a quarter of beef the -t.hey are ft* the things for the Little Ones
last Tuesday morning, completed
J : met Prices from '
: R RILES Its work .and adjourned Wednesday weight of which was 300 pounds. This 48 cents to 75 cents. .

e' evening. The present term baa been firm fs doing excellent. business. Be sure to look at our New Assortment of the New Styles of 'SilkaL

t Sarah, Changeable Good, Fraflle,Ottoman, Armors, etc. We euaranteeT
inexpensive,. yet much; tnemeee"was GrFOR SALE OR LEASE In Pa- our Prices equal to New York Prices. .
disposed of. A former prediction ofTits atkaone of the handsomest bar,billiard :
LttxoN bTREEr.tyT101e TIJCES-that the expense of our and bowling parlors in the state; centrally Full Line of White and Gray Blankets. Wegire you a 10-4 Double .
Oometed located: owner going out of business White Blanket for only $1.10. Comforts from 65 cents to 16.00 'We '
v.8.Oberntorr a&W&Atr Eftij_ ,' 1 L m..rn- Criminal Court will, constantly de- ; will sell billard or bar fixtures Save :you Money in these Goods. ''.' can*-

note rease Is' being verified Great reforms The Best and separately. Apply to Tutcs office.. We have the Nobbiest Line of Millinery ever shown in Palatka.. and.'
always comes slow, but their de-16 tf ,
can make you any kind of a hat you desire, and the
guarantee Prices
effects are always salutary We still v w.}>et;:
{ Cheapest. OCR NEW E.'fTER.f1l1JE. the Lowest in PaJ&tka. +-
.that our'coming Legi&lfttare will ,
lope L We have just put in a fine line of We show the Latest Novelties in Babies' Caps, Prices from 25 _
not be) influenced to tamper with the ; Picture Frame Moulding,together withan to 100. ...:. cults. ....,. ,
Criminal Court. It will itself /' .. ,' J.
prove improved Frame Machine and we ; .
the t tnost satisfactory: and economical ..BENj. N. BRADT, are now prepared to Frame Pictures In We con *er.k A pleasure to show you through oUft.ii! or Good,'andl #I'.

police regulation yet had in the county. first class style on short notice and at let you judge of tM 1Wgrill give TOU. '
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reasonable '

We hare the best .Assorted stocks of AGENT, .very McLAUB& BOWTON prfces: Palalk,Fla. : .- ..-,...1. '?, .. ::I. l\IEYEB-- ': .
and Dolls Albums Toilet-cases ''''
Toys .. ,. '
Huntington,Florida. rP- *"i *- ** ., &*
lanlcnres, Work-bo***, etc.; etc.. in 45 I .A'M.., lot of DoHs will be received at ("'. %1i i;- k, '7 Lemon+ Stos&.next door to LoeJ"

,the city. 3lcLanzyllieaFatenr: !,. M Seijd for Descriptive GSicrlars., Me LMTJ Bewtea's Saturld.r.M y.;! .T rff.'jt.. .,.. ,;. .*o..sdi ,I *a order .oiiOf

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atxt tne sergeant Of tax xnrajiaeo Camp- I toncn or tae woman who can nrst lavoa. "nut-aii tars tara.pyr"Ycrformuse" JOHSON NOTESJQHX.OX ;
guard his':own brld1 -3.n:1 in1 a sling had later denounced him-who owed J.a Stu rt.'. eyes glint I ..
addressed in 5s'be< recounted the fray, sjrftencd FEA., Dec., 27. J
handed her* an envelope II him her liberty if net her life-wrought lag{ ""
Stuart's even busine. -like handwriting' for his. For that hand had Once rested to tenderness as UU hit tone "IVytonntzhughjmy 1 ; mom the way our ,>asjenger scheJf .
.Utranx s'S>" *. .*".. .. in his own In plight of troth; yet now lifelong frkwd, was scsrtn' .. <. b..tifto--tnrrietl out*md from the "

"For the white hands of Csrolra day, spinster -lit. touched and tended him as tenderly abroad at my request on a delicate number of coJticfou etc.,00 me Fierida -
There with royal greeting: Know,ladjefajrt as though no mark of treason to herw sion. He vavfd not stay Senrfre cU.1 :uitK-m railroad for the p<.st trio
-M weD you CWt.-mJ deep chagrin: st satcvlutkm weeks should think that the
in peril wn I1.1,1' ;
: from certain friends whoa I electmeet >rse,,to his country-Camed upon his secret as desperate ; .
fellow I't t u:;at read had btgUn to ..ike
I and that grand yonder
forehead. needed
which hurries CM away before your ad- ; I
Teat Bat my ditnty mareL0y of the Valley I An ..aU.. TOO, lao a-truly gaUe.sart-itn*- s : night-watch Carolyn Clay repeated to Insult from both sides-to serve the and ; hu: they were celcbratiii. that
tot sopi for s night's ret,w proceed to Richmond st : herself that she had done ,as much for canse.; :,;''s to ihfiuselves. ilu in M,'-e
your will I lactose a pass yours having beta any human creature so strjckea. and so "But your order? That..rr"S "
ui of
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U"'I an excess N W.k a
sates Your obliged friend; helpless.' t<<:y made the order imperativeThrice
"J. E. B STUART. the I I .. tnnit'n of the holiday !i.- i i, .
I him to return explain
I Christmas came and went, brln-rfc+: begged U1u1ar lat h', and a: I.. ,
until 1'1) !
Even without the spur of eager long with it whatof joy end jolHty! might be and accept' a troop. He rofwed.
seas' 1&I i y' ar it is no uiicouituou.c',;'i I.
ing to clasp her mother and darling boyto better man' to reptace him
left for some of the families living; In I frnnd a to t' -...:'io of our most! highly u- ,. ;.
tf ..KIPIHbry her heart once more the girl had there. That acuwas made by my
the ieaguered capital A thaw had
heavy stt'i-a .
ell t'!: /> I'S! with ziz-zag ;.n. tuf -
( ie9rgr.AKii"if'rru **t n/siatff_ trttvuTRB fUAGlyp'I shrunk from unwonted occup:1:1cyof a I made all the roads pistol-mistaking htm on a lonely night'ride I .
well-nigh impas':1blefor ''4 (Iilea t iniU.liblc signs she u ,i, IS
for when deemed far away sure .11 teal:I oa lh-e who lain ,>.. { .t
DEMKTCB: s KJtWtXD. passed staring at the .scout's strange pointed to that sacrifice of womanly army trains; and Richmond was full of "And capt. Chorlton's story the ..> : : ." It .ll our o ; .,a
( Its precious freight of medicines and I'1 tlotbes. tM chief beckoned him Into the feeling Carolyn Clay had made it, but I ardent youths, as eager for frolic as unleashed "Was one of the strange ones he tells" tu.intap.induced to abstain tioin,IAC'U.lii u,,e

stores removed Pete hauled his boat tent dropped the fly and turned full now duty, inclination and propriety all hounds for the cba lint after country parties Miss ClAy. use oi "'PlrldlfUS| : liquors and i tmoult I'k, :,,'
whore and led the way through crisp upon him: ? pointed RichmonJward. So, after a Carolyn Clay resisting all importunityof Stuart's eyes were dancing: in their I ihonow pcud l in thiii i

&;'!"aMII. frozen brash. None* spoke' "JTou know the writer of this letter" hasty supper from Mrs Gilmor Gray'e friends moved only from her boy's deep-blue depths again. "Bat his gallant UcU .MI, i _i"u some vLmtUiai: i .
the taciturn Bran for -I do. sir.MYou ." tin and insisted-upon! sharing of its fight redeemed gasconade when ,
negro by nature bedside to that of him so doubly shattered it if tin i.uicn; of )<'ur ceinet t .< Qt+
once, thoughtful from his grave missionto know its contents ample residua among the invalid guard now, in body, as in reputation.And : 1 acted Joab to him and put him in the that a ia'-: : nuinUii of the wrtilisiou ,,-. ",-
headquarters, and Carolyn Clay-the "Only In part, general; in case I was she set out once more, wearied from when the New Year came-wet, front of the battle. But the council -, rc.\ on our rji.touts n.i.:.,, tavoule
light of new life shining on her face- forced to destroy it." riding and loss of sleep but borne up by dismal (:cold as though in presage of meets in ten minutes. I must go; : ,iour jails would be I" .!, i raI

keeping her firm elastic tread easily op "When did you get it? Go on. sir." love and hope for another night ride. the hideous' months, to follow it-she Marse Robert does not stand delay. I lively mpty cud OUt sheriffs ti. ,.:d
This impatiently. Once more at home, she found her 111 this evwtiig, when your patient t
to that of the men. heard that her general was summonedto cs+me lot itii ;a 'cvUjxuion.
As they struck1 the rise to the nearplatean "From him general; yesterday; at darling convalescent and-her thrilling the capital for a council And that -is curai"Ills I ADnnsfcK'O w.is m de in ni\ ,.' let.

it* long level was just touched avre-de-jTrace." I story told with certain reservations- : morning the surgeons had made closer blue eyes were verily dancing a I ter for which jour coricsuoutK>. gs
_ with rays of the rising sun and a mile Stuart showed no surprise. Strangenews Carolyn Clay bent all her energy, and l'examination of her patient consulting .,reel as the commander of all the cav to be excused, on the pit "a, ot i I..-h of

beyond they reached a cavalry picket. came often by strange; routes. every resource of tonics and medicinesshe long and learnedly. And to her eager business and for etfu,m '\!.
The men were sitting close about a Hut he asked sternly: brought to curing her boy. And query their senior had replied: d I It was the nurna'f' on D < 'r

roaring blaze or Bleeping soundly on the "You know the orders Fauntleroy.What two days showed wondrous Improvement "He will live beyond doubt. Tfeefever the 4lb at the residence of the ..<.c'apseennear

frozen ground.wrapped bgad and heel in were yon doing with-with the in the yellow, shrunken little has left him; the wound is healthy McMevkiu of U. 'T i

their blankets like so many mummies writer. ?" form under her care. and healing rapidly. Let him sleep JohJ1wo, to ili.-s ..tiicW. ., I .)i31eMeEtin.
laid foot foremost to the heat to thaw "Running for 'the Ferry; sir. liegot Two days more brought great news miss; his eye ,will open sane next time At bait pat lu ,>' 'ita
the cold of centuries out of them. For me out of Camp llorton at risk of and that sensitive scale the heart of a he wakes. LII the Dlotnlo* of l>eeerab.i | < the

the country was clear of any enemy for his life, brought me to the Ferry' .and patlcntwa'tingnation, that went up :,. Then as the door closed upon thcd 4 F lid; happy couple! were' united in' !hclyf j
many a mile, and no fear of a movement -" The boy hesitated. with lightest hope or sank heavy under .:iC, PirCla YTggfelttnr tSelr&itor'a bolT bonds of aiatrimob.".' Hon. U I S< YI,

. came In euch weather as this. 00 on sir!" thundered the ge Jpfetr-WlJ disaster: danced airily uadpi" bowing her proud head low upon it, as Rth 18S0mcia'i.n'N"k| | i* w.iVtnLtiVlT .t/

i Surprise, quick query; and rapid explanation "Tell your story full and quickly. touch of gr't'" JSiflJrJ Tklorj. her heart went forth to the Father of ,*,_?.J:4! kuyq Din tins ViciKron su .ot
over, Evan turned to the lieutenant :; Spite of the bitter weather, federal .
all that lie might, in His wisdom spare J of John ot'a o.ost pron O'it&nen.;
( in command: cavalry had massed above Washington this sinner for repentance, might avert t' His many lends f xuCKTto hfin nu m \t-
"I must get to headquarters the first had crossed the Potomac three thousand that awful doom which only Ills grace 1 lunti ce",, "..tioD8. ,MiM Alt' c bets
\\moment' possible Mr. Barron. .And' ;P./ \ ia the saddle and silently and could prevent from falling swift upon a li'i.e iMiJitber ot : ilwftftU i here who

would ask the best horse you "can swift-b; forced march that dropped his convalescence ait' uam>mKrtJ in w :iiug! t\tf her a .

spare." can and horse by the way-bore down And soon after a heavy step creaked ."fig awl hapPY future. We were

"Bad's the beet so far as !speed goes .f Q. cpon Stuart's advance. This the federal on the stairs; the door flung open, and p.eased: at the acje *toa ol soKisriniu..;
In this stage of forage" the officer an- general knew to be less than one- the flower of cavaliers"-Jeb Stuart and acfOQiyhehetl a young lady to our

twered. "But you can take mine if -' t third his own numbers; and supposingit ; himself-strode gayly In. A vivid sash metal circle and 'tre ail unit* In wishing

he'll stand a rider with that marvelous ,,1.l ,1\\ ( c entirely unwarned he hoped to sweepit of yellow silk was wound about his her nlanj bapy yvai to 'be spent in

costume. My relief comes soon after I I \ aside'and rideon ayly to the captureof waist its heavy tassels falling near the our ml sr. ana may her v.'o\age"tnroazh
sunrise; Miss Clay, and I can carry. you : the devoted capital patent-leather knee-boots stl bed in stu1.S the !!e.or rtfr :anFty' bis '!;ann and

In then." I "tJJ Advancing securely, though cautiously gold and garnished with shining spurs. ; peaceiu, and her pathway be always

"Is there no chance of my getting a the skilled tactician suddenly found Otherwise, be was the same careless, strewn with sweet<< scented floorers.Tnc .

'honerbe girl asked pleadingly. I :%\J himself opposed by the smaller forces dashing soldier lately seen in camp. ninny friends ot L. Flynn are
"I fear not ranch as I would like to i' intrenched on vantage ground and "Miss Clayl! bravest little woman!" he J pained to learn of his recent serious illness -
oblige you" he answered. "I am dismounting I ready to join battle with and wish him speedy convatvscencet -
extended hand
cried ; then noting monta USE own is CLASPED
myself to send Fauntleroy la; Furiously the fight had raged; but at J. W. btmmoDs, uf MilJniure,
her gesture for silence: "Oh, he's all ILIXDS, SUE SAXK UTOS aria axsssalryof
r-- *but that Is duty." I last the invading force was hurled back! right. I met old Dr. Weythe at the Gx, is spending the h>.IHia). wlih his j. 1

./ 'Tis only a few hours more. Cousin broken. decimated but stubbornly contesting door. He tells me good nursing the army of northern Virginia many fiicuds an i relatives in the vicinity '
N' Caro** Evan said. Anyway, you could i every foot of his retreat This has saved this-deserter.your" "Lee's strong right hand," Plot drapers ot Johnson. VV. J). Abraham, of J

only hold me back or be left on the much only was known at the capital; it &rthrzu-ra.n down the stairs as ligh Jacksonville, paid us a pleasant visit uo I
road.". 'I Wi ii' p. was a great, if rosultless, victory, but the lie hateful drew nearer word the bed as, he but spoke she ly as a boy. And.* bound to soled Friday l*.'. A. 'AJUIERSOY. T
"Pardon my selfish impatience" the one boc 'ht by the blood of many a gallant winced under it council with the president and corps .I
girl replied, quietly. "But Evan send I fellow. commanders as be was. his mellow baritone ('o .sVJU'TI0N CUKKD.
But Stuart did not note that for she
;word to mamma by the very first courierto And soon in its train-as in that of ; voice trolled out not softly An old physician, reared from practice -
saw those bright blue she knew
Richmond." many another of thcsa indecisive killingscame to darken with eyes "IT you want to have a good time )ode the esv- having had placed in hit hand by
so quick or contempt -
coffee sequel, cad to dim the
The gulped some steaming
boy with an East India missionary the formulaof
dancing as soma Jar or slow, quiet step Carolyn Clay
from a tin cop the hone was brought glory of victory-to shadow, as with a
jest suppressed moved tx the bedside look a similar vegetable remedy tor the
GO OIT, SIR. TrrCTTOERTD TTTZ G6iZBAL"lie > once more,
those stricken homes
woods and saddled and. pall
from screening propor "I did my best general" she answered lug down long acd earnestly upon the speedy and permanent cure of Con-
as he was about to mount Miss Clay said sir he had imperative duty darling had been yielded as its price
Bronchia Catarrh Asthma
.softly, but with downcast eyes face of the sleeper now flushed with sumption, ,
whispered, warningly: in-In Washington, sir," Evan went on; First rumors then official telegrams and quivering bps. "He suffered ,t terribly healthier glow. Then hiding her own and all Throat and Lung Affections, :
"Remember! when you report to the and he briefly narrated his capture Imprisonment .told er-watching crowds the names And it was your special command In clasped hands, she sank upon her also positive and radical cure tcfrXervoua '
generjtl, do not say too much. Tell him and escape. of killed and wounded. Then dingy by Evan." knees. Debility and all Nervou** Complaints J J

I prefer to report my own capture and The general had seated himself, the ambulance trains rumbled! In, bearing "By the way," the general interrupted Presently the sun peering through after having tested us ;..onderfua .

'escape You understand?" j'acket uDOpcn -In hU! hand; but the the bandaged writhing forms of the softly, "that youngster never the western window, burnished the curative powers in thousands of' .,
"I suppose I do," the boy replied; shadow uf the broad hit: hid his bent worse wounded t?> the hospitals. And told you that this was his work." girl's hair to ruddiest gold thence cases, has felt it his duly to makl f

though a comical look of bewilderment face, save for tie twitch of his browntcasiacho finally Carolyn Clay, sitting by the bed "Evan? JZ...' The ingrate Miss touching softly the sick man's eyes known to his suffering felloj I. rh
his frank he added: time of her convalescent darling, waa surprised .
crossed face
as from to timcvnd flamed her small hands unclosed tuated by this motive and a t eain"
Clay's eyes Slowly they resting long
44 But PU obey, aU the sama Oood-by. I ".\ no news tf Miss day since ypfer by a visit from Lieut Fa.untl.f clinched and she almost hissed the upon her, with equal doubt and relieve human suffering, I ill tit
llr. Barron; and thank you heartily, capture" be queried, suddenly words at her chief. ing in them. free of charge, to all who <|esire'Ht tlIab

idr. Good-by. Pete. Here, shake haad "She crossedwith me. sir. She will "Oh, not his hurt: I meant his being "What day is it?"he asked feebly. this reciSeVfnSier tetJ - -

You're a perfect. paragon rid oag' boalrmenP be in with item I'srmn's picket ind saved," Stuart replied quickly "Your "New Year day." She rose, speaking ,nth full directions for 1 addressing

make her own report" cousin brought him in,.through a stormof very low. and using. Sent by mail by -
'Thank'ee, bossy, I is, aholy" the ."rHd.yofl! bring her to 'the ..'erryr0. 'r bullets. ." "New Year! Twelve months with stamp, naming thin napw.W. .
black answered 'gra ny:c. **I wur "':; ... sin .J t<4 ak her escape was t t "', A great breath half sigh half sob, you-- ago A. NOYKS: 820 Power Bkck,
fetched up dat way,* from de nnsa." panned! by-" ., 1' I'' rII / broke from the 'girl's bosom and some "HushP she whispered. "You meat Rochester, N. Y. 1"THL

That" will da Wait." the general color back to her face the not talk. .
And the hard hand be withdrew from came as gen- :
.. bro!<*iB abruptly Ileopened t.hepnctret. eral went "You pledge" he went : DIXIE FLYER"Is v
.fha boy's friendly grasp held one of on: gave your on,
I'eyton'FiUhugh's crisp greenbacks. smoothed out the paper and read I Ir t + "By the way. you lost an admirer in feebly, "a pledge to t.ruame unto the appropriate name of the-new

"Gald-by, Caro. you dear,bravegfrltYou : rapidfytf his lips moving :iq accompaniment r; that fight Capt Charlton was" death! train put on the "Suwanee River
ought to be a man." The old vein to the words.. The sheet wan clcscy "Was he killed she asked quickly. "I remember It." She turned away Route," Georgia Southern and Florida

dominated the reckless bo/ even then;' | written with, many figures and occasional "No; captured unhurt; and after a her face her voice very tremulous but itatlroaJ,. Jto conrwtet the North, andSouth.

for he bent from saddle to whisper low rough maps Finishing the great fight too.. The fellow has plentyof very sweet "Spite of my will-spite of Equipped: with Pullman Palace
"Even though Cept Charlton would not scroll be sat silent and still his bead grit; but he is such an awful- conscience everything. I kept that Cars, this tram leaves Jacksonville at
think co!" : resting on his hand and, his lips still romancer!!"" pledge." 6:30:: p. m., and Palatka at S p. rau and

do touched the spur, galloping moving soundlessly, for several minutes A movement in the bed. The black Weakly his hand crept towards hers arrives at Atlanta 7:45 next morning,

through the familiar woods towards Suddenly he looked up a quaint 'irdEUT. eyes opened slowly, languidly, but with resting there. "And this New Year Nashville .7:30 'p, m., connecting at
Stuart's camp and the cheery notes of gleam in his blue eyes, fixed on the full consciousness in them at last As you will give me-?" NashTillewlth U.e: Chicago Vestlbuied

dinner-call" were ringing from the soouU at he asked: ", I '. 't--} \. .-. they fall upon the general the weak. Her grave glorified face softly glowg Limited and St. Louis bleepers,making

bugle as be halted at the guard-house. "Dad any breakfast \ I pale lips form one word: "JebP Jng, \ turned bravely to his: only one change between Jackson :
Briefly reporting to the officer of the "Coffee, sir" r "Fitz. old manr" And that strong "I"'will give yoa-nyselfrGently vitle or Palatka and Chicago St. Louis

day, the scout sought the general'stent "Report" at the scouts mess for dIn- : right; hand so rough in sword play loyally) Carolyn Clay bent and all principal points in the 2ionh- .

ner. steals softly as a woman's to the white, down, and her lip- touched softly the west. 'i
The great cavalry leader was pacing "Under arrest, sir?" BRRULIAaT wasted one upon the coverlet and the scar upon his forehead >H Atlanta the "Dixie Flyer connects -
-No sir for thundered X1C1TTUROT, DtBRATDDTO. : D"t? with the Vestibuled for '
"The dnill duty limited
to and fro in the sunshine, his plifmed ; left gently and tenderly rests upon the And the sun of the New Year. made
felt hat drawn down over the high, the reply. "Select the best horse broad brow, shutting from view the her hair a halo over it Washington Philadelphia and New .. s
brilli_ in but sad York. On or about December let, this .
new braiding. red
broad forehead. But the brown roy bright scar. TEX sxniA
wavy tbe scouts'} have him well fed I
,among this splendid service will be extended
hair escaping beneath the hat and the and report here at five o'clock. Get beyond his"wont. Then as amazement riveted her eyes
through to Tampa. To make a Ion?
huge brown beard were jauntily '. lie was bearer of dispatches from his face the sad, black ones wandered '
some sleep; maybaTeahardnight. upon
you CURS FOR PAKA LYSIS. story short, the Georgia Socthern and
Gen. Stuart, and of a brief note to Miss
the mustache twisted Great wonder
combed great work. to Carolyn Clay's.
Clay, telling her that.he sent a badly. white the Frank Cornelius, of Purcell, Ind' Florida, with its through sleeping car
away from it in massive curves FreezIng The scout saluting turned to the struggled in the man's face service
quick time and close connection
cold as was the day Gen. Stuart door without reply. As lie raised the wounded man for her especial care. lIe lips again moved feebly: Ter., says: "I induced Mr. Pinson, is giving, all points In Florida the
wore no overcoat; and his double- fly Stuart's voice added quietly was at Mrs Clement's, near by, the boy "Few tool How good" whose wife had paralysis in tbe face,to most comfortable, sure and rapid transportation I

breasted jacket though carefully buttoned "Recommendation will go to Rich- said. "Hush Fitz! Not one word Stuart buy a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain to all points North and he
back swung wide open over the mond after the-after to-morrow. "Who he, Evan?"she asked promptly whispered softly "You're all right Balm. To their great surprise before who fails to ask' for a ticket; by the

brown shirt that covered his broad Meantime you are attached to my staff taking her wr&M"Of course I will but we mutt obey your nurse old mans" the bottle had all been used she was agreat "Sawanee River Route" will Jose both
deep best.V -worn corduroy riding- Lieut. Fauntleroy. do all I can for" the poor fellow; but doI .And. white as her patient, Carolyn deal better. Her face had been time and opportunity.

t breeches ending in heavy knee-boots With crimson cheeks and an audible know him? Clay drew nearer, striving to drop some drawned to one side; bat the Faia

and long, strong gauntlets completedhis gasp, the boy. stared lit his idolized lead "I cannot say," replied the new lieutenant fluid in a glass. But the band that had Balm relieved all pain and soreness, Ladies are Unfortunate,
with serious face. "The general and the month assumed it natural
simple attire er one instant. The next be saluted not trembled In all that weary vigil
From within tbetent came the jocund and strode away without one word.Sitttng only bade me see you at once and ask now shook as she whispered, with. quivering shape." It is also a certain cure for because the higher they rUe in societythe

strumming of a well-managed banjo; quite still Stuart spread out you to nurse him-if he live long lips and averted face rheumatism, lame back, sprains swellings weaker they find themselves bodily.

and the general's rich laugh rang out, the secret dispatch before him and reread enough." "Take this; you must not talk." and lameness. 50 cent bottles for Risley's Philotoken controls the nerves

as he turned from some jest to the it word by word.'bUe he did so To the comfortable bed in the old- With a look that carried volumes of sale, by Ackerman .& Stewart, Drug aid nature in her various functions,
It showed the white fashioned home Carolyn Clay softly words the sick man obeyed closed his gists.?
player. strong swift changes swept over his face set and thus combats with the ills of
teeth gleaming under the mustache; tling at length'into a satisfied smile as stole as the Burgeons, grave faced, eyes and with a sigh of infinite content womankind successfully. many If Tour

and his merry bluest eyes filled with "h*. folded the paper and put' U in his turned away from probing the wound.It yielded to the drug and slept Grove andVineyard druggist has not got it he will order it
serious breast
ctie the
sparkling fun softened into kindly shirt pocket. Then calling his orderly, was a through ; again. ""- for you for 31 a bottle, from Chas. F. '
and the had fainted from
warmth he exclaimed patient ex- still not turning her face, the
as : be sent for his adjutant general, that Then Rlsfev wholesale druggist, 62 CortlandSt.
-' "Fauntleroyl or his ghost dressed for officer prompt report finding the beansabreur haustion. wondering woman whispered y ,NewXorki: Send for-a descriptive
with the calm swiftness of
Sunday Why, boy. we thought you again striding post before the Gently experience PWhatffoH it all meant" >. pamphlet, with directions and certificates -
were in prisonT tent. ) in scenes of suffering the girl '. Taking her hand with all the deference from many ladles who hare

"I was. sir," the scout' answered "Colonel," he said at onco.-11ow many wet a cloth with powerful restorative of the cavalier, Stuart led Misa used it and cant say enough tn favor
'"But I'm out and come with Important and moved to lay it on the aJclr'tnan"brow. the adjoining. There
now, I sabres can Flu-Lee report for immediate Clay to open'room OFFER TOE SALE AT A PARGA1S XT of Kisley's Phi'lotoken.Bucklen'i .
Information." duty?" his story waa briefly told. The dl.Mch I tutors and VL(EYARD. situated about "
"Important Out with it, then! "2 ot over six hundred and fifty generaL" Then her own face grew pale as his Evan brought across had saved a fatalIIU1'prlse.r leer and a half mne.west of Palatka.Grapes. Arnica Salv*

\ The laugh in the blue eyes* quickly and sudden dizziness mounted to her Before the dawn of battle TLe-Beit Salve\n world for Cuts

faded Into gravity., as the general "Caa we reinferc him within twenty brain; for there white and calm 'as morning, as the confederates lay in UlceA thai ,"
turned towards the tent. hours marble beneath her hand-and full as rifleptts waiting the attack, firing Seven acres of Choice Grape 'dines.Lich Bruises, Sores, ,OBf. BAggm,

"Beg pardon sir but I was instructed "Yes, sir-by sayxm hundred and cold-were the chiseled features of was heard is front. Soon Fltzhngh have tan.bearing 1n'era11e&n.of win last esoon.sad which Fever Bores, Tettet,Chapped Hands,
produced 1,000 gslloni
to hand yen this paper-olonEvan fifty men. including the company of Peyton Fitzhugh, the blue lids closed raced .In. closely followed by federal Chilblains, Corns, and an Skin Eruptions

said, very timidly for hIm. And when scouts'* over the well-remembered eyes that troopers. That day he was In the very Orang s ,and positively cure Piles, or no

Ton open it, general I suppose you'll I "Capt. Charltons troopthe general scar upon his forehead gleaming red forefront of the fight When the enemy 130: Bearing Orange Trees. Ilia 'place eoataias pay required. It U guaranteed to give
order me in arrest for disobedience of I interrupted quickly. "Order him to report beneath the soft blick hair. broke, Charlton's troop was first to 15 acres, and s stream from three Wandlakees Perfect satisfaction,o:money refunded; 1
Qrdc1LFrom. to Gen. Lee at once, with forty But the blood of generations held its mount In close pursuit; a rally and run through it,raffleteat. volume to ran price 25 cents per box. For sale by
his shirt pocket the boy drew a rounds of ammunition." own; and.. an Instant later her slim, they broke in turn leaving their captain a small Suburban Mill. Bmldeac A beautiful. location for s Hotelor Ackerman A Stewart, druggists. }

email thin packet, securely tied with "Lieut. Cooke is in command sir. light hand was bathing the still face, hemmed by hostile sabers Like roll particulars by msU. Si
ilk and the knots sealed with wax its The captain is-'* was steadily holding ammonia to the lightning Fitzhugh cut his way to Charl

t ly. superscription being: "Destroy, U "Yes I know-on day's leave at Gen. now quivering nostrils. And that.hand ton just as be fell pinioned by. his ,M. H. CROWN, F. A. Cerber |

}lOI'ie' per" Lee's headquarters. Send him orders did not tremble even when it touchedthe horse. Then Evan reached the pair. PALATKA, FLA. ,
''I"\YbS. thctVs DO one b-at Sweeny Inc fateful scar;; though 'she heard fighting on foot just as Titehagh fell .
to take his troop at once 1 complimentCapt. through a sound in her ears as the '
Stuart .a\.L.'lta' ng the letter The boy sprang from saddle; drew the t vv.it>
Messly; \be'Dit.aat.. his eyes fell Charlton, with an honorable post" boom of the sea, her own voice denouncing wounded C1:n a'-"-'' his 1 h rsc. andbrcnjUt !J' s"tl'' .....mll-.. &M Cabinet Maker .
When sunset had faded into "
glow "that brand of Cain! ,
b the writingMowg contracted gray : him safely in uc ;.cr a r--ry hail f'ow- ... .,, =
OT"r.the frozen Virginia border,Carolyn For days and the ....... :
slippedcalUd thl Per his glove. : weary nights strong .r" erasl
pe into, of lead .._ tel at ...a...rrw
"w.i.on. --.- -. "'l"oitt
into the ..
: Clay rode camp. She found it frame fought the fever that supervened; As abe kea this : > I,-!. the i"r la.wwaa..w1V Y lw A is 11. .
\\O still*as a chufchjrard the general and torah l of them the .T-- awl 1..w.....11M__.....rs.-.li ur... II', MA-NvlLyt" 4<- : FLo RIDA.
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would cause cirt-uJ'u*lt"c.IO" lu Le selection ItEATTYM PIA 0$ AND OKOANS :............eNeee.eN..e.e-.l i
j' of vessels rind insure ,t'.tter efficiency. i" Hon. Daniel F. Beatty, the great ,

Iepartmeut Unused 'lauds, when nationalizedjjcvahrbe Organ and Piano manufacturer is _' :
conducted Ugllst
This by I r mi-upied. UI.guafl&nl( .'c building anti shipping( more Organs j QPfi :

LEWIS Mounts, County Lecturer, who of wupancy, by any one who! .u.1! theKwernmeut and Pianos than ever. In 1870 Mr. .. House = '

Is alone responsible for its utterances: a lax proportioned to its Utaltv left Louie a ,..-Doiless plow-boy, = Boarding

value which in view ol the ane number Flower"Mrs. and by hu: indomitable wilt! he has RCCULATC THKSTMACH. : :

of taxpa}ers tbns proc/ c..d would worked his way up to as to sell so far UVCH AND BOWELS, : AT FRANCIS, FLA. --- _

"Men are ag never likely to nettle a be far Ics than the amwJlJi of rent now nearly 100,000 of ;eally'. Organs and .urJ Railroad ,

t ltie&iion rightly when they discuss paid to land mis. W'ih: the tialionali- Pianos since 1870. Nothing seems to PURIFY THE BLOOD. : Office in igiit.Depot Healthy Post hMeilon.Office sad OpeaaUthe Telegraph

it fre ly.Macaulav. 'ration .f telegraph and telephone linen, Sarah M. Black of Seneca, dishearten him obstacles laid in his S A RELIABLE JtEttEDY FOB : year round. TERMS REASON 4BLK..:; .,. _

extortionate Isles would yews, their Mo., during the past two years has way, that wonfd have wrecked anyordinary T.Qite Ow.am--........C..tL :

DIRECTORY O!" THE ORDER. binifin would b* placed iibiu the been affected with Neuralgia of the man forever, he turns to an lath.Dy.per.l.,n..... Taws Tr..bl.., Farmers'
I C PUslMM, Bad CB.I nlM, >>7-.P7. j 81111 h1BC niGs'
reach of thousands vf'e'lon''ly unable Head, Stomach and \Vomb, and advertisement and comes oat of it ......... Breath, sag all
STATE OMAKIZATTOX.: Ixi affaid them, and the increased Burn- writes: "My food did not seem to brighter than ever. His instrument -...-.. Liver .... B..ch.IMmka :

President .. .A P. HasUiLAnthony. her of users would |necesitale the e-- strengthen me at all and as is well known, are very popular antiare : the RJre irAd.OeMe. eosR.tata.contain smthlnr. Pirewst btJnrloM..t.5.to :i BOARDING HOUSE 1.!
'Joe President .D. W. AdaM, TMiCerine. FU.cretary lablisl.meot of new fctaUiws and employment my appe- to be found iu all pans of the i : ..,. eaeetei. G""ebsmnOass'.list. .
.. .. .J. A..)Moore 1'ensaoola,1'1a assistants iu tite was very variable. My face world. We informed that dnrin 8cUb* >antt*. Atrt.il bottto swt by SMtt Y
ol addiiional are en rao>i4 of i ctnM 1ddr..eTHE
reasnrer. ... C.S. YoBftfC, Orleans Y U o .
ectnrer.. .. ...A. W. Week.Chipley, FU conducting the service.The was yellow, my head dull, and I had the next ten rears be intends to eel I'' : RIPANS CHEMICAL CO. : UPPER LEMON ST.

such pains in my leftside. In the 200,000 more of his mike, that meansa : SPKrjVK STEIXI 5IW YORK CITY. :

rvTsAY corm oaoulJt&nt)1I'. r.ublie school tu bees(applied with a hama morning when I got up I would business[ of $20,000,000 if we average : ................................: W. F. Brooks PropV.C. .

W. Ralph. president, HMli-ttr! ; Mrs A. skeleton by Dr. George FWelch. wbtehwlU have a flow of mucus in the mouth, them at $100 each. It is already the' ---
mend, rice president, Ilmiitiugton; O. I*
itr cab, *e< retary-treasurer. Melrose Lewis be oed explanatory with fbjt nfj. Toe and a bad, bitter taste. Sometimesmy largest business of the kind in exist R. W. & W. M. DAVIS

Ti.. tectarer, 1'sUtka kind donation is highly appreciated by the faculty breath became short and I had ence. Send to Daniel F. liealtv, Washington I. ROWTON
81 BORDINATE LOW.ES.PALATKA. The public school U now among the best such tumbling palpitatingsensations New Jersey, for Catalogue.: ATOR gY3 AT AW. ,
la this State,with a competeut corps of teacher queer .

and the points are rapidly adT neii>e. Anelec around the heart I ached Ripens Tabules have come to stay. WtlOtEftAJLC: AXD RETAIL DSALERllT
Hickman-Kennariy Block. Lemon StrettPafctki.
Rewton President: Jorepb Price, Bec- trio battery hat also been la ne in the OaM all day under the shoulder blades .

; room for a camber of cla1l'o in the left side, and down the backof Fla o?.!,
lax MATBO. &c.
m1imbs. It seemed to be worse .
Wells president; O. R. Thaohw, 8cc- A REWARD CF $500 ,
in the wet, cold weather Winter E. HASKELL

FKI'lTLAKD.Frultlaad. Will be paid for any Case ot Rheumatism and Spring; and whenever spells I LEMON STREW, PAI.ATKAS FLA!-

wt:,.ams, L. IL Trder. which cnnnot be cured by Dr. came on, my feet and hands would L.LwrE

Druminond's Lightning Remedy. Thu turn cold, and I could get no sleepat j
offer is made iu good fait n'by the proprietors everywhere, and got OFFICE-Second street opposite Court Boo J. SUPPLIED at LOWEST rRla.s. .
s, president, Hannvtllc 1. F. Bax- no relief before Flower
try. Vuinnvtlta.ion. and there is no reasonable excuse August PALATKA FLORIPA. CONSIGN iiixrs, OF OJKA OES SOLICITED
We have used Dr. Bull'sCoughSyrupinourfamily
Then the change came. It has doneme ;
\ ."JfQ euxca.president for suffer w
one to longer. Any
a wonderful deal of good during and Stencils furnished for
Banne"We. W. J. i,

ttarv liannerviUe.W 8"1111:111.: : tle.ordinary In case addition will be to cured the reward by cue bot for ing the time a complete I have cure.taken"it and is work- for years and find it to be < A.T'r-V': @ Fiirst-Cla's Helnible New York.IIonse1. ___

l ,,)1e)1eek1D.presidMt, McMeekin; R. E. difficult cases, the money is always re G. G. GREEX Sole Man'fr.VToodbnry.NJ.L0DDEJS the"best remedy for croup CELEBRATEDPianos FOR SALE I

KOKWALK.bnter funded where the remedy fads to cure. and cough. We have usedit

,prettdent, Norwalk; eecreiLotkeU. The price of a bottle is $5, and that is & BATES' for our children who are and Organs. Five-Room House
: : Nettalk.president the cost of a cure. Drummond Jledi-

Pxx1E1.gyn. cine Co., 48-50 Maiden Lane, New all subject to throat trou- ,

\ York. Agents Wanted. Southern Music HousePIANOS ble with excellent results.We For Catalogues, address, AND NftjKLYOCTAcB orLAKl\Laapes. .
." '. Penlel; J. P.HtirttSCTOS. Jr 1 Village. RUItmd Depes, Store and
),. .. Ifyou-wantyour OLD STOVES REPAIRED IVwt office In IM yard ef btu>e; near tw
prize it very highly. DANIEL F. BWTTY was tington: N. J Churched and School House.Honse .
W. A. LIVIXGSrON: is the I la plastered and all in good' condfefen. '
e W. If. role preside**, HuntfaacVm; Sir*, A. Mrs. FRANK H. YORK, Wen of good oft water ,.*. outride klteht
r Townsend, secretary, Huntingdon.BAXAXA. man, who, can make them as good as AND ORGANS TUNED. N. I H ITTI3 I Who are WEAK NERVOt9DE. door.
Oneonta Y.
NEW. Cor. Lemon and Third Streets. a i iUKCrS i Ull I 'n! 1LTTAT1I; wito In folly aDdIgnorant'e TWe t.A.e Orange Trees, tarn Just eotn-
MR. I if I U 'll have trifled away their menel obese; twelve peach trees and a raMetJ -
i Whltcomb, Melrose L. AGKXT: ha established Headquarters at / ,Guam, .te.
O. L. presideet. ; ll/l/ I ItJ : -
Tabules the blues. MfLAUEY & UCMVTO.VS. Ke: will plT his PLUGS, The Great Tobacco 11oorDlOtaussingLterrible dr kts For .
l price. Banana Ripans cure puEw 111 I 11 S ferttottlara call on er a UreeA. .
personal attention t Tuning: Piano and Organ nliJcU!-PrU lOCt* At all Jeator
I in Palatfca and the surrounding country Being; 1IXJ1 I I npon the wells of life Heodaehe J. GRIM,
t AFTER TIlE PKESIDKNTIAL ELEC- Backache, u11J'C'aIDVeak (rl MKorr. -
HOW'S THIS? a Ftnt-CUM Toner, with much experience,
I *
TION. manical people will find it to their interest to Pimples upon the face and aH the ettfsl6 Lake Como, Fla.
We offer One Hundred Dollars reward eenre hi senrioea. Falatka.October 14 M. J. IViurphy. leading to early decay,Consumption or i.ani.1 .
(Frederick W.Taylot In Twentieth (>>1lw.rrJ send for nooK 0 LIP. ,*'algid) free, :
for any case of Catarrh that can particular of a home core. No CruE: No PAT.PR. .
The Presidential elccti >n i* past. 1'ARKi K, :3*> N. Cherry, PALATKA MARKETS.
The uneventful not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. mvC- NashTille. DD.S .
was -

and preceding the result is ui pi isiOij when J. CHENEY & CO.,.Toledo, O. MANGOLD, [lemon $StreBt BIir a r d P PiEcr. Gr-.riM-boJ..le.

We, the undersigned, have knownF. \r1111EY who have HeadaeIaH, tCorrected Weekly bv Gay ::. Center Kirby ..
viewed from tbe standpoint of any one Backaches, Neuralgia*, I I .

of the three leading par) if*. J. Cheney for the last fifteen years, THE LEADING PKOlOGRAPHER f S I CI{ Profuse and Painful f't:: (;ranalated .' ..'' -'' alt

The Republican party has received. and believe him perfectly honorablein .tionft, of!Hord the Womb and and Dteplacenenta anraal- liner Extra,"C":l"tn'Pat.easa'fJI'tfon Sugar at. ':.. ..Sprfaur.:.:':.::'::....

all basinets transactions and financially WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Organs.BarmineM Lcocorrta, '" heat ... .. .. .... .... .. .. ....160 to 5..CI
its death blow, whip the Democrats able to out Will occupy this space next week. lie should Bend for \*OMAN'S BOOK OF Ltd Rear, geeiMrt hUnt .i de
carry any obligation <> 4.86 too.TS
with f. how
sealed), free panietttan Aft.
t will, for the tint time in over thirty made by their firm. : ill tell you all about the New Stylesin WiNES LIQUORS AHD CIGARS. Xo Cciir No PAT.Sclenti tEeeseFaoyFsllCrea-N.Y.11te 8u.uerl'aaey Eaelernt'rtawery27( ) UU toil- JS '"

t y, ars, have complete control of the national WEST: & TnoAX, Wholesale Druggists I 1)holOlftph8-3nd a great'ma.nv o Quallflc agnate rDKudtfo-dape. Syrup-Florida, pr gal| *... ..... $t u
Careful Dia and lioness K* I.
rience. :: :.
New Orteaae Molasie. .... 36 49
government. TbiM! U i not alto- Tofodo, Ob+.. : other thing relative to what he is Ascent for the celebrated J. W. ITar- nentatioas are the secrets of oar HBOOBM. Address Rice good.... to to *>i
W Ar.nnw. KL XAN -& MARVIN C. W. r ARK Ut, )I. I).. blue,CeruUa Choice ::... ::::: .f
gt ,her undesirable!! for during the past Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio.flail's i i going to do during the Holidays. per & Silvester Whiskies. of tbe best brands at the lowest Crackers Van ler\rr Hi >
font years the Republicans have openlypjofiituted Catarrh Cure is taitn; internally prices. v >liues
!; fttant'anl X\\: : uda. S
the powers of taxation for acting directly upon the blood I Ism"., b I r. rer. ... 7

tbi benefit of favored classes. The reBUi and rnu+lns surfaces of the syetetn. I sk1es: Crow Eye, Hale Lip Carratftftef the spins, CoMeUe4 Ginger Milk-M'ai::-V.... ...:::::.:: TJAto T...

Testimonials! sent free. Price 75 rents Oysters, Oysters .fl 80BOM Club Feet, Hip Joint Disease, end an Def irsai ( O l"'ii"u .... ,,4ibto....
a are significant.: The Ihoal- per[ boltle. Sold by all druggintf.: oo tie 4lf the hands, Arms Legs Md -, tad. do do Bell i r i rid l lBrand. ......-.to ...

di-iiictlydruwu 1 ; and by their jrruict Saver Wedding................... .. MSilrenterUye ieaBr enred. JlI&hJ&Jau ..smell .< is. ..... &.a tn. ..
% 3 00 Monroe llrand-niua.1 k t- .... 6....tn ....
the' voters have emphatically demanded; (100 At GRAHAM'S. $Standard A"Bourbon........... 400 do do AnglnKvifw i irl2oc. 3.5e t.o ....
J.W.hIarper. :500 DIFIGUREMENTS. ? York Milk (Co's ia: 11& at .. .... i.76 to ....
that our government be on? of them.bs't Cknned Ooedn allf. Aprki.u, Jib.. :XM M ....
rather than the FREE -- I Ia'tches -GO TO- -(0)- Superfluous Italy Wine )t4rk )Slots etc. do <>reen /iate4 .... a.. to....
: s claMgs/ pain eslT and i rted:, rcnoreO. Send for do EKK Plnms.llb: .. 13*to....
\\ hen the Democrats U s control, The Jug Trade a cialty. Couatry i valuable treatise on the active.. Address, Peaches-S l1a. Ta >Ir Vetioa; .. :.. .. 1.J8 to ....
tin v will probably Sr at once tote II'II'Gln'o GRAHAM'SBakeryand orders solicited. oc23-lf I ('. PARKER, )t.1>.. do -2l 'l able l.110 .. ..... 1.26 to
proc my I- 340 N. Cberrr. Ni. riJ1e. TenD.i doa its Pte . ..... 1.160 i J3:
;-uce the tariff and .t? adopt other by the Oldest .wtjaper r I Canned>lsh-Alaska Salmon.. .. .... L43to: .... _
for In 1 : do Fresh (oUun'iia, River .
tn asures popular-relief uj thus New Tork City. Restaurant R.Salinn.
INTERLACHENReal i anil : .. .._ t Ot tol.1It
h aging our manu lifers into comps In addition to the numerous new and original: i RIE cTCHKOMC l iN DEN ss11eTriinn from ay Uiw.k.n:... ... .... LlMto ....
,auu with European they will efBtanM offered OYSTERS I AM NOW PREPARING fOnD .r American$udu10 ; ,
tecntocrihers, we r M to VOlt TOUR -1s
their to tbe r reseat then wtth twi r wTSeb SIT r YIR9T-C-LAS9 RE&TAURAAT, Estate Agency ,rateable wotk. on their artlietton (scaled)free, oil.... .. .. ..... 4.06 to 4.J:
cheapen wail( consumer, and how be cured at home, bywriting
Street learn they ran
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Little Neck .Urns ..
rearanteed T. LYSC11 Gentlemen IJfttn.
by J Union where Ladle and can enjoy a quiet : .
wo .e. at thejjnpX} time greater coma Square, New York City, who := them Loach. oc'..-tfAIIINISTItAT01YS DR.PAKKKR Better& CO.write, 340 N CHtwtr delay SY., Lobsters ... .. ... ... MVt ....
N.suvTLLeTzwc. to-day
mITe will the tins.TBC. incd Vegetables-No. 3Tematoee. OB U Ill
encourage Offers for sale for the Season of 1892- trouble
are dangerous. Prea o state your do Ko. jt Sugar Cora. .. ...: *
|oenc of open accounts, with for- 93, ORANGE GKOVES, COTTAGES WILD how long afflicted m)0- dct No. 2.rkra and T raatoee. 1M to ....
aJers in raw material. Importersw Ar rTiMR U the oldest newnmper in XUTICK.: LANDS SC.RENTS: .- do No.2 Marrow Teas...... iJe to 1.31
be enabled of Few Tork Sty.. Its Weekly edition Is published tip 1'1'0.2 Early June Pea*.... ISO to ...
to dispose
i greater ia two sections and comes out every Tuesday XTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEX THAT SIX Cottages, Clears Land, puts dot No.3 H<,-t("n llal'd Barns t.Wto *..
quantities of imports and find more and Friday--104 times during the rear; has six iMONTHS AFTER DATE present out roves. Estimates of cost givenon THE do N0.3Bat.ui Kr"wn KreaJ JAiO to....
unl1asera: than at present, so that to eight; pages every heue, ft well printed, has I the County Judge of Putnam County my aceoHntoJinJ Address .., J. Coffee Oreen RI- .. ... ... .is to ..3da
plenty of picture, short stories, telegraphic yonder*, ss kdminietrawrof the application. RoaMed> . .. . .. --t.o M
wab lower prices at tbs same percent- .financial and market report, a woman's I estate ot A. N. Edward YLOT final settlement LOTT ALLfiX Sn., Table Irish Potatoes-per barret.. 2.4e to :2 K4
agf of profit, their net income will belaijtr. page and the ablest editorial published by any and for discharge as such Administrator.> notInterlacheu, Fla. Apples per barrel ......... UUo&3
The reduced New York paper. It is a model home paper, September 2d,18U2. CaM ce price may also with elevating and entertaining reading matter, JAMES C. COXDREY, Stearns Wiml Mill Onion 4o .. .... .. .. X75toi28
permit employees generally to live devoid of sensation and objectionable adver sep2-em Administrator. NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE. Yellow Onion, per horrid3.d to 3.3
tisements. All for $ .00)a ,
nil>re comfortably (for to labor year.Specimen To*. r(o. icAxrrTBs,ETC.Dnke .
thaws copies and Premium Lifts" with OF MY INTENTION TO APPLY Ocnretuit. 10 .. .. .13..
serious of fllif .
unions any wages particulars of the attractive Inducements NOTICE
Honorable Judge; of Probate of Putnam Senaton Cat Inojr..2 :: :..: W
will be impossible), since they will be agents,sent tree application to 8Y'I' Florid,on the FIRST MONDAYIN s.al of ortb Carolina.:J. i ...... M
able to afford choicer wines, finer :HAM COUNTY, STATE OF ) D. 1803. to make anal returns of Gravely A Miller, my accounts as Administrator de bonis ann of Ibb Hancock and all lending grader at con
clothing, and better food than they I THE ADVERTISER FLORIDA-Ix CHANCERY. estate of Win. P. Ringhara,deceased, and for a tract price .
now can thus for a season lightening final discharge from said Administratorship is Richmond Cbaroou-per box.....:.. .::1
their burdens.To .. Preston Weathertbee hereby given, in compliance with law. Old \1rrtnia CberN.tsper :>0%.. ... a.2I
d !
lfV20 PARK Row, X. Y."ITSTAiSATTHEriBO. n. I CHARLES T. FOTTEK, sunny bomb cljcan. per box .. 37ft
social reformers, however, thts George W. Nason. Administrator de bouts ncn.
picture presents few attractions. The October U.JS9:. oel4-6m boxkits. 4.OA
To (iEOBQK W. XABOX: Co*f t'B oetaicon..fl,c two :j'.... s.iw
evils of
social founded
great to-day, as A bill baring been exlibited against you In EtN t !4): dn ten h"x '.>t* 3.W
e they are on age of injustice, are far This Court by ITwton Weathenbee,you are now Ca i/ala Cook Stores; bake Copl.LAm rknui Fanrily .nd *Mr brand at
6 too deeply rooted to be thus readily hereby ordered and required' to appear P. the \ market price
raid bUl on the 8ECOXD DAY OF JAX-, Uatehea-Swift.&roant.eT.KhM Hen Peer-
cured. Comparatively few would be ARY,IMh the same being a rule day of this better, la t longer, and give Ion and Cat ann 'iuU'>e j.t BMunfaeturenPprices.
able to own their own homos, and C urt. Herein fail not, or the allegation of the. .
said UP will be taken against you a* confessed better than New York State II.md-llc'ed ha
those who did not would still have to and a decree entered accordingly.It satisfaction any t Beans... ... .. .. 5Mt03.53
spend the greater portion of their income is further ordered that Ibis order be published PearliBe,per eac .. ioU
in rents. Xo radical reform can once a week for four consecutive weeksin : other make, at
the PaUtfca Weekly Tlruea, a newspaper published
be successful while the very soil of'eeattb In the City of Palatka, tn the County of J. R. DUNN Uar.Grain, Flour' Fetf Peers. Ete.

GST is monopolized by the few; Putnam. Corrected Weekly by Venme A Co* dd J T
Witness my band and the lleat of this Court
and be who seeks relief in protection this ZWbday! of November itilLFRANK / K. W. DeIJOt.

or free trade will at length tind their : WRIOHT,Clerk. C'r8n f eec to market cfca.....
to be mere pretenses: Before Pdt-4w By 1>. )(. KIRBY. D.C. For Sale or Rent. The lightest, strongest! most durable, Cora, )tined, ir sa i-k no ti.-.5 t.30 to JS
promise baa been built and in constant use for Oats,WbMs,per sack ir. It...... .. trBtol4tt
the working man can conduct the battle Ground Feed, pr sack 1W Ike..... l M W I,,*
of life under just conditions, he 0 F PUTNAM THE SARATOGA HOTEL,PALATKA, years, has stood the test of time, is Feed )MeaJ per MU k looil*. ..,. ,... liotolt
Kufficent land to furnish IX TaE CIRCUIT COURT suitable! for all classes of work. Ask Pure Wheat f e meat: possess FLORIDA.minS : .. .. .. ..
Rust Fro t Oatx. ;xr iiHli .1Ie to 46
h'rn the means of an independent live COUNTY, STATE OF for OliutraUtl matter giving description Hay, No. I TUu..itiy. per ton. .. 14.00 to 20 01
lihood. This cannot and win not be POPULAR HOUSE ISO WELL AND :1 of our wheel biade with mailable Wheat Bran, per ton .. .. 1:11'0 tenrtt.
FLORIDA.-IN CHAXCERT. L favorably known to the tourist and traveling iron fellpes strongest and lightest .and Stal 1. per bbl| .... .. 3.1.to t..6:
giren him under our present form of The public U offered for sale; or It can be leasedas best Patent Flour per bbl...... t.l 10 436
Oar lawmaker CALIGRAPH. it now stands,unfurnlo>bed. wheel in the trade. C ton Seed Meal, per ton to 2&.C4
covernmeot.their interest ndnmost Abbott F. Wade ) The owner might furnish standing Furniture.or We build all sizes of both power" and Cotton Seed Mal, Dark,per tun...: :::tu tun
chiefly in own -n. 1 even throughout and complete, if satisfactory No. 1 Umiced Meal .. .. .... .....
a&nredlv! will not pass anything calcu- Thomas A. Darby et at ) term were offered. pumping mills, general Wind Mill sup Port Cement r""l.! .. .. .... .... 2.115 U UIf;
displease the elemeut. I ItESPECTFLL call the attention of the For full particulars and term, apply to plies of all kind Tank work ot every Rowndale Cement. i wed to moneyed nubile to the ALIGIUPH" WRITINGMACtUNK TTXDER AND BT'VIRTUE OF A DECREE C. P. UEVEREUT, Plaster Paris, per bbl .::::: ::: : .:a; L36
In the state of New York the! people ,renowned the world over for highest U OP FOBECLOSLBK: AXD SALK issued OUt Of auV Palatka, .' *. kind a specialty. Goods are folly guar Lime, per bbl. .. ... . .... ... 1.10 U IJi
for rears past chosen their SPEED, simplicity and strength of (X \- the Circuit Court of the State of Florid,in and anteed. l'laI'tA'ftftl' Hair Hi .. .... 4'y a, .AI5
tare repre- 8TRUCTK and lonsr-tested DURABILITY.Sunejior for Putnam County, In Chancery sitting on the Will give farmers and others wholesale Best Liverpool halt, per rack .... .11II to JI
sentatives. Yet how have their Interests ) ANIFOLUfiG--Eatlest, Steadiest, 5th day of October, 1KC,In a cause in tbe saidCourt Florida Orange Box !Hide* box. :O $
been served? I challenge any and least depremiun in writing. Level Key depending, wherein Abbott F, Wade i* prices where we hive no agents. TUfthman'r Orange Box Iliad* .:to /

reader deny that foryears Board; separate key for each character,and NO eomilainany: and Thomas A. Darby, Sarah P.. Send for our large 72-page Illustrated Best Birch Hoops, per bdl... .... .. .40109
intelligent 8uirr." All pen* interchangeable and bear- the National Improvement I
Republican blindly obeyed Injrs ADJUSTABLE. are defendants, I shall on MONDAY, the I.2dd.ayof I. Catalogue;: and mention this paper. -. -
majorities Flau that for This Machine U offered not upon Its "Record"or JANUARY. A. D. 1833 offer for sale I" : Candle Nats. KU.CorrecM .
Ike ; -Label," but upon lu INTRINSIC WORTH and well for cash,tolba highest: and best bidder JAg Address all correspondence to the i[ *Weekly by R. E.J. Smith.Wholesale -
uteri years they prevented a reapportionment &Io e.I"rieea. ,In front of the door of the Court House of CaDd,11ant1f etanra, No.7 Lemon st4
lest they should impair and Circular* on application. aid Putnam County, between the legal boon of STEARNS MANUFACTURING CO.mh2Mf !
sale. all of the following described property Stick Candv.2S-tb.bozt*.Iffc
their political influence; and that when Machines sold on installment to-wit: Beginning at a point on the bank of ConnersTille, Ind.U. S. A I Broadway Mixture,ZS-Sx boxes............ .119
stolen Democratic majority tae St.Johns River at the southwesterly corner American Mixture,30-RK bucket*.JOo
jt ceded JAS.; A. nAtlt Agent of a lot of land conveyed by 1 Oaks A.Lorlag; French Mixture, .boxes.............. .. .ice
the necessary act, and Ellen H..his wife, to the Putnam Mann- &&t Chocolate Creams 0-lb. boxes...............20e
Eepubhcane used their utmost endeavors mh5-am Palatka. Fla. deed of Wb. DecembeMWifandreooRledWthe IOHET SATED B MOm MADE Manhmallowt;. *.j
to (IU Oerkoffice for A.B.Gum Drop,bib boxes.i
prevent execution
aid Putnam County and running thence north Here .to M onis en e/ dollar yen speed I Pore Gum Drops,5-lb.boxe. i
Direct legislation by the people is the six dl'ltr'8Ht.11tteeD minutes west along the Write for oar numnvNh Cunk-xs*, a tm-ptgt Penny Goods, 100 J'fece' in box.. icszweo
practical reformatory movement side of said Putnam ManufacturingConJfaiV GLIsAts book,eonl aUtiag ulostralloo Jto,..(i'-a*",wed man
most I Gvx.
If -lot twelve(12) chain to stake on fettarenrk with maaufaewiws'diieowits
yet started. Upon Its accomplishment public road at wire fence} thence westerly of e ery kind of goods and supplies manut e re4 Adaun fappota! Tots,per .
corruption, plutocracy, and You Think bong said wire fence three chain and forty. and Imported Into the Called Itt&tM.UIiu14 Grocariee, Trial Truth per .ecH
bossism .eveSlink. to a iUk.; thence south sixty de Goods rnrnttar. CtotMnj, Ladte* B.eda.e. per .Ko
would cease; the people could arty kind of setup will d bs and ftfteeen minute; east 14 chain and aDd Gelat,' doihlag and Furnishing Uoodl.Drei* California Fruit, per box........ -
legislation adapted to their any kind of seeds wUl do: bettor Forty link to a take on the east bank of Mid female Bitten Goods, White Goods Dry Good, Bats Caps, Panama Fruit,per I.s.....a
and industrial problems would the best result you should rive, thence northerly along aid riverbank Boot and Shoes, Gfoft. Hotfcw, Glaarware Biggest Vet,per box ..CoJTCTS.
needs. four chain and eleven link* to place ofj begin.all BtUonery.Wltthes.Clocks Jewelry, Btlverware,
graduallY colic tb mseIYes. Then could FERRY'S ntag eontaiulms five acre, t< hCT and Bttnrtesr-Walps., Arriciltorsl Implements. etc. .
be safety accomplished the nationalization I and singular the tenements houses and Imprevemeata Cures all Female Complaint Monthly ONLV FIRST CLAS GOODS tatajorw atat Mixed Sate,per .

railroads (
of marine I 1 Always tne rot, tbry ar ware or in anywise ap ti fi Back or Sides,strengthens the feeble,builds I only eoncerj whkh oil at mannf sctnrers' prees ,.A r p M... .......................1:.
of unoccupied land, and of the Ferry'ssM..ndd ? 8PArrORD.. the whole I t bas cured thoaunds i aUowtnc the buyer the sane discount Ht themannf.ctarer EIwttib "ala'", per ",1U.fftt............ ......160
telegraph and telephone with the Anneal the I Special MasterFLircnia op system. I rAY" to the wholesale H1ff.-W* 1"8Lerta,I'fT ro-c... ............ .... ......150Braair
pos- important iBtwd. It boo fcf tavaloeble te tbeptantee. & Wt.-.n. COmplarnan$1iicitora So. md nil cure you. Druggists Lave it. I Send nvtalet an Rood a* represented) U not found Pecans per MOM!... :... ..;......'.. .......
BibifitT of finally accomplishing that of Wepdttf> e. oc1-44 stamp for book. 10, mosey minded. Good seat 111 express or W ah.Ms., petpend.............'.......120
manufacturing industries. D.M. FERRY&CO. I)&.J.DEOaCOOLt A CO. Leatnllle. It. freight with privilege oleUJllblatloD beonC&7

With the nationalization of railroads rnKKMich. '; I ID* laQ cyst ee:. Chfcar>. In. Teeth XtJI.4J.Jby .

duplicate lines could be .baamount and NOTICE OF FINAL! DISCHARGE. T. L. Purcell {Corrected we l>uaM Breav,real MarBeef1oa -
ratcs begauedfor lowered to tlM re-* ., WILL PAY ket.near Cowt H

the parment of employes and OTlCF. LS JI1REBYGIVD' THAT FIX WE (Belt Cats),pit ...JO to ....
of the lines in I .1\ month after date,I will present my final ATTORNEY A alarT of O to$53 per week to GOOD agents | .K te ....
the maintenance proper 6 -OO' OO1lUTlTSOR9u-sa': account and vouchers as Executor of the estate to represent ms ia every eemty.and ten our general Florida. Best Cut*... .....1* w tit.
repair. The: nationalization of the mer { 1 et Ssmuei'amts, decta! d. late of Pntnai Eat U AteRhandSse at maaoracturer prices. OVLT Matton.... .. .. .. . .b I. M
marine \\"ould.ebt.n maritime cal ars, catalogue, address OItm1.7. to the meet Jndgeof"' said County.,and And -.eIlorat 1.&...opposite the Court teens wins waxy It"I.ADT rwrtaYxLJT nCD Veal. .. e ....
chant -whifc ask tee a flaai: discharge "a. such ExCM.D..utl.UiG Honse.CT" .UPLT. Catalogs "u4 psrtaol.rs scot, a wcelH Pork*.. XH**> s
transportu' tie direct accountability DANIEL F.BE ATTY, VANES.Executor. of to eeDU for u ... ... .... ... ... .... te ..?
of tcaoHn i., t@e people Wnj practice In a2 Court PAL ATS AFLA. esage.A.. If.japE..tf; W. Vecisoa...... _...3 to ....
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FKCTTLAND. December r21$. _

-+ PALATKA, Fl A., DEC., 30, 1802. I Christmas was well observed hert. Stop Stop !

:IMPORTANT HAPPENINGS OVER The Baptists bad a beautiful Christmas .' .

.--,-- -- "AU Mtertteirr bill fceoov eve pro rat THE BIG POND. tree at 1 heir church Friday night,

,.IB Srv adv.nce.tconth. SpectiltoHthfrttlntcpar* I. loaded with seasonable gifts- for old .
ti taDt.U lLU1d be made tiT up and The recitation by I tbe''
(a".Tf*de*'*>r rt.dsterrtf tetter. A London. Murderer's Sensational children voung.were excellent! ,and the musi And, don't go any further until you have visited the PALACE STOREof
MeKKXZIE A BOTITZ PnbJltbers.Oryan Address Before the Court ".
Hoi N Pater[..Fuatrortrolntial Other News Notes. rendered by the Jeffries family was.. Palatka, where you will find everything in the"line of
\ especially fine, consisting of two vie

LOMX, Dec. 26.-Geo. SlcRae wa lies, cornet, clarionet, organ and via
of tht County, and found guilty at Northampton Assizes of loncello. Our community is fortunate Furniture Crockery

'"f1&he Farmtr1 AUvinxt.Unrrah .. I.the murder of Annie.Pritchard. Th in sccunnj his talented family, wh -

trial has been going on since Monday. ,. have recently arrived from England apermanent

for 18931 I There was a dramatic scene in the court residents. The two ,0UDg- Glassware -

!when the jury returned and the Terdic est girls are apparently about eight and Lamps,
Squire Harp of Crescent City, win < r was announced. The prisoner, in reply of but handle thei
town Sunday. to the judge's usual question asking wby ten years age
I the sentence of death should not be pro violins with the skill of professions
.- Ralph Goslin visited Tavares Xmas nonnced upon him,calmly said: "What musicians Carpets, Rugs,
Wltb ever sentence jour lordship passes will The Jlelbodiits had their Christina
Lewis Smith speutCbnstmas
have no terror for me. I could say
his sister In Sanford. many thins in regard to the en. tree Saturday night, well laden wielegant
dence produced here but it \1 Rifts. The dialogues and reel Matting Oil-Cloth
Mr. C. II. Ileminway, ot Hollister, useless' The witnesses' statement tationa were well rendered, rspeciall ,
caller Saturday.Mr. i about conversations had with mare '
was a pleasant i a mass of abominable lies. Tot one by the Her. Mr. Ryder, entitlei '

A. J. Dalton, of New York, L gentlemen of the jury this day each "The Hole in the Pocket," which Window Shades
among his Florida friends. Till';TIMES become what you make-a. murder brought down the house. Mr. King, ,
You haTe widowed a good wife npoi
acknowledges a pleasant call Tuesday the of the Suuda 1
thia Christmas Eve and hare orphans Superintendent

Dr. Cbas. W. Marvin and his estiroa two children. As long as you live you School, recited a poem in German, bu Baskets
have been visiting 11Doctor's < coDclenceawi11 accuse you. Now,you will AND
tie wife, few as I failed to carry my interpreter
doom in
lordship, a
have pronounce my
in Orange City,
parents words as possible." me it was all "Greek: ," as far as I W88

returned. While the prisoner was speaking bis concerned. The choir, led by Mrs. E. General

"We acknowledge a pleasant call from I brother from the who court hadpreviouslybeen for interrupting ejected the W. J. Parish, the organist, surpassed Housefurnishings.
e ;Frank Smith, an artistic young printer former efforts the music con.I
'from Jacksonville, Wednesday. Fran! judge, attempted to enter and was again all their ,
ejected.A listing of Christmas anthems, being
: connected with the DaCosta publianing -
wall crowd outside the courtroom I
house. cheered upon bearinz: the verdict extremely fine. My New Addition Consists of a Full Line of
The Lake Margaret School bad; .
F. A. Gerber, the boss cabinet ma "
ker of Florida, was in town the orb; Th. Lndon Glob Darned Oat.LOSDOX Christmas exercises Friday afternoon,

day. lie was en route from the Moon Dec. 26.-A fire broke out consisting of dialogues:, recitations and TOY DOLL-S AiViE'

tone grove, five miles north of Pa Saturday morning in the machine room songs. The teacher, Mrs, D. E. Moore, g
latka, where he has just placed in poitlon .- of The Globe, the oldest evening paper believes in encouraging her pupils ir
set of the handsomest mantel in London, the offices of which are 361
a she to sev'
-we have ever teen. Mr. Gerbernever is: Strand W. S. The flames spread rapidly eral every of way the, so pupils gave for regular attend' .And GENERAL HOLIDAY GOODS. Come early and often.
and of the firemen
despite the efforts -
and his facilities
out of wbrk, present and the employes of the paper, ante, alto Christmas cards to even
must necessarily soon be en communicated to the composing rooms one. "he crowning event of the afternoou
la,ed. the editorial rooms and the stereotype 48 the cutting of a large cake,,
call foundry all of which were completely in wMch Mrs Moore had secreted a
We acknowledge a pleasant 01
gutted. It was impossible to get the handsome gold ting As the roll was Be L. Lilienthal
Tuesday from )[eSr8. Dozier and paper out at the usual hour, but the called each pupil received a ehce. Miss
Toby, of Maeon, Ga. The former at later editions were issued as usual the Lula Green was the fortunate young
old school mate of the junior member! matter being prepared and the paper lady who received the slice wuh the;
printed at the office of The People, in it.Avery. .
of this firm. These gentlemen will where The Globe office will be locate ring enjoyable affair was the reception I

visit many part of the State before returning temporarily. at the residence of Mr. J. 11. ,
to their Georgia home. Green last Tuesday evening. Music' -
A.Appeal for Aid. .
and of different kinds were enjoyed
Ripans_ Tabules cure the blues. ST. PETERSBURG, Dec. 26.-Count Bobinfiky. games, after which refreshments 1 ID
r-- -5- mammal of the court has issue profusion were served. L
DOW la Falatka. an appeal for aid for the famine suffei'" Several of our young people attended .
Dailey Robbins brought the TnTIxra era in the province of Tula. There an the ball and concert at Pomona,, .
office Tuesday a genuine Inow eaid to be i3OQO persons dependent, and report a delightful time.A / ,

ball which, be says, was scraped from upon utter outside failure assistance, and the The conditions crops aIn of pleasant crowd gathered at the
his father' yard. We the farmers is than in 1891 residence of Mr. John Babers Tuesday
the ground in even worse
The have become beggars. Th night and danced till the "wee ema' Stock of Shoes.
cannot vouch for Bailey's statement, poor A Magnificent
peasants use he: roof of their huts for hours, music being ? :
bnt anyway the snow was quite a curiosity fuel m The typhus fever is also ragIng those accomplished violinists, Messrs. ,
in this section. I to an alarming extent the sufferer Kirkland and Tucker.A A .
The snowball was placed in our,how lying huddled together in roofless hub party surprised Miss Belle lid More Complete in STYLE and
My Gents'Department was never
window, but was taken away by someone without attendance and without bread hams, who is home from school i in !

as in a search the next day have we Italy at th. Exposition. delightful Jacksonville evening, Thursday was! spent.night, and a PRICES for collectipns as it is for this Season.
were unable to find it. It may
been consumed by our office cat, as sh< ROME, Dec. 26.-The Italian government Mr. John Tucker will entertain his which J I have
Shoe for\$3
and all who have I I"can now sell a Hand-Sewed ,
has treated all matters fltoiy since the has appointed Deputy Ungare a.1 fl1ends Friday night, you
and under the chief commissioner of the Columbia enjoyed the hospitality of Mr. Tucker
_____ disappearance last night.A ,. slept exposition at Chicago." The deputy ha and his estimable wife guarantee a delightful made for my Special Trade.
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for associate commissioners Count evening.

full line of Staple and Fancy- Gro; The Brazza ironclad and Umberto Signor Guylielmo will eail to Grant New this All section who have have shipped received oranges/from very satisfactory In the Men's and Boys' Department I am prepared Fit all kinds
lowest at Grain '
eerie, at prices, York in July to take part in the great '.'
Call and examine goods and get price American naval demonstration. Commandant returns. Widest. Call and lobko er m
and be convinced. Also Hay, Grain Bettlelom will be charged tc I have heard a great many express of Feet, from the Narrowest to the : ,
themselves in complimentaryterms
personally deliver to the president of very

> Mtniag of WEDDING Frank Cowman BELLS.to Miss Kvi the from United King Humbert.States an autograph letter TIMES.: of It your shows holiday great edition enterprise"of THE on: Stock, and remember I have BUT ONE PRICE (and not ten prid

Shield*-A neaaant Affair. your part. F. P.
Mark'sEpiscopal Senator Jone Still In Brunei A Views of the World's Columbian E x
On Tuesday evening last St. [Holiday Present of the
BRCSSELLS, Dec. 26.-Senator, Join
Church unusually bright
was remains at the Hotel Belleriet THE TRAVELERS t
on the occasion of the marriage of Mr. still overseeing the translation into French position.will be given to each Customer

Frank Coleman,a popular and promising of his last speech before the monetary European Hotel

young man, to Miss Eva Shields!, work.conference The, bestowing Belgian great secretaries care on have the -110)I -- ]E3C. 'I" ., -V. .TTERr: 41N'sde9.3m :

one of Palalka's fascinating daughters nearly worried him to death by theii ,
About eight o'clock, by the beautiful constant altering of the text* The menu Home One Price Family Boot and Shoe Dealer.
strains of a march, the couples tor's wife and beautiful daughters al1t< West Bay-.St,Jacksonville, Fla.
lionized in .
much society.
marched up the long aisles on either Rooms SOc., 75C1.. Regular Meal -Breakfast. -
30c., ,2Sc.
2Scn UiDDcr Supper
aide, the bride and groom taking a po- Novelist DeI.'o 8aK e'tloDoLO..OOy. especial attention given to short order.
the center. In most th Luachen prepared on loon notice.D. .
ilion at a impressive Dec. 26.-conan Doyle. <
manner the Rev. Mr. Avery per novelist writes to The Times suggesting Proprietor. :Manager rl
formed the ceremony which made two that it would be a graceful act on the
hearts one. part of the British government to offer HOTEL OSCEOLA;
loving three of the crack British bands, in
The bride was handsomely attired, eluding the Band of the Guards. to tWorld' CHRISTMAS
while the groom wore an evening ,Fair in Chicago and a squadron THOROUGHLY RENOVATED, MERY
dress, Prince Albert. The attendantswere of the Life Guards to take part in the

The also Church appropriately was well attired filled with the opening procession. REFITTED AND REFURNISHED.. rAND t G

society people of Falatka. Raising am African Relief Fond.
Bates, iOO day. Special by the week aloath. .
of f
From the Church the friends Mr. per '
BRUSSELS Dec. 2ft. The fund for the
JA Table snppUed with beet lu the market.
and Mrs. Coleman retired to the residence expedition to Lake Tanganyka to help QTine sample room In connection.de9tf A HAPPY NEWYEAR1-
of the parents, an Jacques Joubcrts and other anti-slaven R. L. WALL Proprietor ::
elegant supper was served, and the stations in view of expected trouble has .,
evening was spent in a most enjoyable reached only 25,000 francs, although ,
manner. King Leopold headed the list with 10,000franca. CENTRAL HOUSE j
THE TIMES, as well as all other ,,

friends of the happy young people,joinin Corner:Reid and J'I'ODS u,' .
bet wishes for M lOng and prosperous Krvpp Want to R.. the Kalcer.BEKUX .
future. Dec. 26.-Heir Krupp has arrived PALATKA, FLORIDA., :

CnrUtna Delight at Berlin and has petitioned fOJan McLAURY & ROWTON

audience with the Emperor, in order This HoQMhat been been thoroughly refurbished .
The pleasurable emotions awakenedby to explain to -is Majesty the offer made and put In order,and I*now readr to re
the Christmas festivities here In by Krupj,in 1863 to supply the late Cf>lye Boarders at reasonable rates. Table tup-
mis napoleon with guns of hit manu piled with an the delioacHt of the eeaaon. .... .
Falatka can be judged by the following factu MRS. "Wit. DOLIXOER, -<

literary contribution pieced upon the noil-Cm FroprletreM. Have theLargest, ;
street Monday morning: A Detective Killed at Dublin. ', *

", "Here I am in this land of summer DczLtx, Dec. 26.-An explosion oc- ?'Putnam National BankOF Most Complete]
and endless bloom from the fond Bred at 11 o'clock p. m. outside of!
; away he detective office in Enohange Court. and Cheapest Line of
memories and historic traditions of.the Detective Sinnott who was passing athe

Old Dominion. time wa killed. PALATKA. -

"What are you doing here?" .
O.naan Goverment Clerk on Strike
e'l am soliciting!" BERUK. Dec.26.-The clerks employed Capital; Stock $50,OOOOrxn.n Fancy Goods
"What are you soliciting In the Internal Revenue Department inae.rlin ,

.4.I am soliciting customers to buy hare gone on strike against a FOR Bcsn-"XSSDNoVDmER. ; U'y rvraDolls. J. >
reduction of to 60 cents
shares the grand scheme of the city wages a pay. 7,100-2.

of the Golden Cross. Unlimited capital Fraavo XUjeeU the awns Treatr. Correspondence, with viewto. | busies -

rapid growth and quick maturity. PARIS, Dec. :CS.-The chamber of dep- : ,tIOliclted. Toys !

Premature old age and a strange min Lee has rejected the commercial con- 1L[ GRIFFIN SB,.Pres dent. .
, ention between Switzerland Fraaetnd
Kling of youthful bloom, with the then adjourned until Jan. 10. PARKER A. SMnHV. P.
shadows tiles eventful dote. Nowis < .- s.sw, '
r the time to buy-whoopee, let her, An Important OocUion.PHILADELPHIA. GEO. L. PACE, Calhier. .'
D: c. 28.-A most 1ml'Ortant de2-3m if Games
-go, Gali'rgher.Ii cash register decision has justbeen 0o C C1u1oid! Noyeitie&

rendered here by the United States ,

D. EATON, M. DeHOMEOPATHIST cult court in court patent of cases appeals, sustaining, the highest the Uicbon' & Danforth ,.,.

National Cash Register company's patent -
On reck with a New and Complete tln of Discountsto '
t upon the automatic cash drawer, ,
and awarding a decree against the riCLUUC :
Lmerlcan Cash Register company. 1M. rrenWIiiTrVKLE Churches *..

-- OFFICE FBT BLOCK PALATKA, FLA. Tnrcocrt of aaeeala wa composed of ETC ;t .
SKftTlNfi MM6, : -
ages Dallas Philadelphia,Walea ofDe1awve ,;
Residence Corner Main and First Sts and Bu sgton of ttsburg, G am.Revolvers Locka.Trank*and Unbrena ; : and, Sunday-Schools.Y .
Hovu-I to M a. m, 1 to S p. m a.nd the the sharpened, Ste
Omca case was Saw Sled Shear -
>naired. ;;
and Tt 01 p m. Bundaj -l to J p. m. to tail court after its organization under ." ea t,slid all kind ot Job work SeaUy andrront'ltretodp 9 s- .
Patient from a distance CIA be treatedthrough the recent act oipcongna*. .. < rite.PutiiamHo- enrou -. "tr : :
(re*. BOli-tf
UM maO Offic copulation. >8 TO. LET. -, '

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_ Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. EHES A SLATE' i_ -- 11 .


&ki SAYS IS GOOD. ......'.

D" I' -
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Sources, and Seems to Be'a

Powder Straight Tip.

NEW YORK. Dec 29.-Tte Evening- -: JF

World says :
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ABSOLUTELY PURE 4 It is predicted that when Cleveland t f

announces the name of his official ad- _

t- risers the shrewd judgment of the close

CAUGHT THE CHICAGOANS THE HOG SHORTAGE. political observers who have made up

this list will be pretty conclusively Tin:
to Shar .era who:UrgfrdL r nnle. for Chiear Packing lie... are Esperleaelai dicated.

the Poor Have Lnrk.I Dan TImee-Many Mea Idle. Secretary of State Wm. C. Whitney.
of New York or Edward J. of -
tBlc.LG [ '. There is dullness Phelps,
)e( 2S. -A triek played bjtper CHICAGO Des 23.- Vermont ; secretary of the treasury

is jokt now the talk of the about Packington nowadays that has John G. Carlisle, of Kentucky secretary -

o. Just north of the Clark street not been paralleled for many years. of war. Gen. Patrick A, Collins, of

net two men stationed themselves.f Since December 15.000 men have been i Maaeachiuetta; secretary of the interior ..
them nnfolded and the plants of the big Gray of Indiana; postmaster Roll Call.
) a paper parcel discharged, I genera Hugh C. Wallace of the I S. J. JijiiNNKEtLT
half their Attention members of Vettrui t'>-
\brought out a placard. Printed packers are hardly working I state of Washington ; secretary of agriculture _. ,
\1 it were the words: capacity. The indications are that unless some.., western man; attorney No. 12 G. A. R.. You are hereby rdeted ;;

__ -Jon Harritoa. I agreed If 1 lost to the supply of hogs speedily increased, general: George Gray, of Delaware, 01 to meet at Dunn's Hall!, IWaika! WHOLESALE AND liETAIL DEALER IN
.eeg 910 in pennies to pay my debt. Please further reduction will be necessary J. Randolph Tacker of Virginia. Fla. January 3rd. 1MB lit
Tuesday, ,
f Lelp me out This condition of things has been "Possible changes in the above list
lie pinned it upon his breast produced brought about by a most unusual shortage may be the selection for secretary ot 1:30 p. m. Impoptant.election! of officers Hardware Stoves

a cup from his overcoat pocket in the hog crop. From November 1 the treasury If Carlisle should decline etc. P. T. L. QL IEN, ,
[ and assumed the attitude of a beggar. to December 22 western packing was but to take the place. In that case Commander. <<
The second man pointed his cane at the 2,280,000, against 3,820,000 for the same there is now a possibility, according Tinware Paints Oils Leads
I placard until passers-by began to stop period last year a shortage of 1,540,0'O: 1 to current report, that George C. A '.w JoarnaLA ..... ,
|to read it Then he said: hogs. Chicago for the same period this! Williams president of the Chemical
"I won that bet. But I have agreed packed 780.000 against ,470,00( National tank of this city, may be se new mining and manufacturing; Varnishes Builders' Material
at the shall So year this lected. WUlkms wasa Republican is to be established at Ocala. ,
money go to the poor. last year, showing a shortage for journal
until then he has been a I Irt Louis J. Brumh Its nam
bentlemen since -
really doing an act of
you are market nearly 700,000. BRUSHES
of Cleveland. All the slates will be The Florida In iuetrial Record ,
|>f charity when you drop a penny into Lending' packers whfle they sae i r
|hat cup." that this condition of affairs"rCTfore- given out so far have included two and will be published in magazine( lone : CUTTLERY. AGENT roes '
For nearly an hour the two men stood seen in part yet admit that the shortage Grays and in the minds of the politicians c ntaining 40 pages. Florida need
re. The paAsin throng laughed ; greatly exceeds all calculations. it is apparently settled that Gov- just such a journal and Louis Bra nib;.
an3ia ontrbntaT "'TCry' There does not deem to be any immediate .ernor Gray of Indiana, will be secretary IS the man to successfully"conduct
iberally. relief since the shortage is daily becoming of the interior postmaster general.
From time to time the cup was filled greater,and some packers assert and that Senator Gray of Delaware, Chase & San born, bet Roasted: KioCoffee1

and emptied into the capacious overoor that no relief can come until the next will be placed at the head of the depart 23 cents per pound at Grain
pocket of one or the other of the two spring crop. The shortage is accredited ment of justice. ,
men. Then a policeman came in sight. to a variety of causes, chief amon "Usually well informed politicianswho ger's.We
half a block away, attracted by the unusual -, which is the floods of WIt spring, which frequent the Hoffman house saythat have a few copies of our Hulidaj
crowd. : killed off the pigs in many sections Daniel Lamont can be in the cabi-
young Edition on hand which we will dispose
"Thank you, gentlemen, one and all" and the low price of corn last net if he so desires. With Whitney and of for 2 cents -...
said tne efqar. companion bowed, spring also which enaMed farmers to Lamont, New York would again have } apiece.
waved his hand and the two men walked fatten and market their hogs earlier two cabinet officials and according; to Liver c
Our friend across the Mr. W
away. than usual the predictions in the above list. it In
Half a block from the scene they probable that the south may have two, R. Bowen, appreciating( th? fa-.thfn=

turned into a saloon flat down at a table THE BORDER BANDITS. which would fully" satisfy the delegatesof ness with which THE TLMES has served
emptied out the pennies and divided that section.
them equally."We Mexle Want to ire Permitted to Pa..... This slate The World claims to have the people for the past year, presentedus

are the poor,"said the man with Them Into Our Llae. gotten from the beet informed sources. Christmas with a flue turkey; and ,

the cane. "Hot whiskies for two, please MOSTERKY,Dec. 28.-Governor Reyes, to more fully complete our Xmas dinner
barkeeper. It's beastly weather for MRS. MAYBRICK'S CASE.
standing out in the open air-but f 5 per commander of this military zone, has a fine basket of orange of eheict

hour, I think we can stand it" written a letter to President Porfirio The Doctor Says She I. Not Suffering varieties accompanied the bird. ,Many

Diaz recommending:; that the Mexican from Any Coo.Utotlo. l Trouble. thanks, Mr. Bowen \.

SHE (IS TRULY AMERICAN. government make an arrangement:; with LONDON, Deo. 27.-The medical officer -
Mr.- E. S: Hubbard. of 'wleral!
Prince __pod Matt not Pre.uroe Upon the United Statesgovernment for the of Woking prison has reported to Point, was a pleasant caller Tuwday.

Ills Title When la America. pursuit of border revolutionists over the the home office that Mrs. Maybrick is .

BALTIMORE, D C. 99.-Society k enjoying international boundary lines. General not suffering from any serious constitu- CRESCENT CITY. J ..;
authorities -
Reyes and other high military -
with very much zest now tb* of this country claim that if such tional disease. The late severe he- "

snnb administered to Prince Leopol an arrangement could be made, the morrhage, about which so much was CRESCENT CITY, Dec. 12. .., --'p ARTER

Von Isenburt, nephew of the Emperorof border troubles would soon ba effect- said, was the result of self-inflicted Injuries Arrivals at Grove Hall, include Mr. i

Austria and the reigning social lion/ ively overcome. the convict having used a tin i and Mrs. Gilbert, and Mr. and Mrs
Miss Renlie Von the handsome Under the existing law the outlaws knife to wound herself In a horrible I Wm. Tester, of Georgetown Conn.
by Liagen, when hotly pursued by the troops of one ,
It days before the
manner. was
daughter of Mr. George A. \>>n country escape capture by crossing the bleeding could be many stopped, and her i We said that IKO public spirited citiens .:

Lingen agent of the Lords: and German river,where they are perfectly safe until weakness at that period was extreme. are to give our city an excellent i1iTi'STuV&

Consul The Prince was conversing discovered' by the troops or Federal authorities Since then, however she has gained I water service using we presume, Stella
with Mrs. John M. Robinsotfat theBachelors' of that side when they are strength, and though she still remains I
cotillon the other'evening chased across the river again. This Lake.
in the Infirmary, the physician sees no
when he remarked that he would like game of hid j and seek has been going on medical reason why the sentence shouldbe The public meeting to act on the .. ..

to have an introduction to Miss Von seventeen along. the Rio m.mths Grande and border the:Mexican for the mili-pant interfered with. nether :Mrs. question of giving the J.J> & K. W. and RANGES, wrrn WIRE UAL/K: O\'t. > I OOBS. "
Lingen. The young lady was on the Maybrick really intended suicide or .
I other side of the if&Hat the time. Mrs. tary authorities here think it time to merely wished to create a compassion- : II. R., the right of way nek1 1 ,1 on Mon -ALSO AGENT FOE- -- .

Robinson requested her husband to telllOMiss adopt some new measure for stoppingthe ate feeling calculated to lead to her re- :day, a. m., was well attended and was j'
J CXJLiQi that she desirel to troublesome raids. .' medical officer STEVENS BROS.&Co
mainu. with her. inclines to the belief that it was an
-Eras Von Lingen who was entertaining AN IMPORTANT RULING. I attempt as elf- estruction. .m opposition to the proposed gift. ..

several gentlemen at the time excused Dr. Sprague; presided and after discussion ILl FIRE BRICK ;
to Labor Organization; I* net ,
to where Belonging a ta
herself and, walking Embezzler: RUB Dow a committee of five was appointedto d.vllr'
Mrs. Robinson was sitting asked what Sufficient Grounds for DUeharge.MAOOJJ ?
she wished. "The Prince desires an introduction WmnsGTON, N. C. Dec. 28.-Jnnius secure the right of way from the FLUE ritz, TILE FIRE CLAY.
Ga. Dec 38. Judge Emory
." remarked Mrs. Robinson. H. Penny, charged with robbing United property owners along. the proposedroute -' Manufacturers' Prices Guaranteed

with a smile. Miss Von Lingen ia an Speer of the United States Court has States mails, was arraigned before through this city. Said committee L ou car tots. .
American and has great native pride. rendered a decision in the case of the
United States Commissioner Bunting. Dr. chairman and
being Sprfgue ,
"If the Prince wishes an introduction, striking telegraphers on the Central .
she replied "he can do as American gen- He was required to give bond in $1,000( :Messrs. Bollard,NewsotneDeWolf! and TOOLSFor
the receiver.
Railroad Judge
against committed
in default of which he was :
tlemen. Let him seek the and
with this she turned on her heel and Speer said that the fact that a man wa to: jaiL Penny was a clerk in Wilmington Goodale. The line will pass through Carpenters and J/aeA*ni J ..!

walked away. Later in the evening the a member of a labor organization was postoffice and abstracted considerable Summit street, and nil be finished
Prince walked over to Miss Von Lingen no reason for his discharge On the sums of money from registered let within six mouth. '
and was introduced like an American. motion of the strikers asking the courtto ters. He left here about seven months
number of citizens
and eluded arrest nnti\ the early Quite a gave a
reinstate them in their positions. I ago
HORRIBLE ACCIDENT. Judge Speer decided in their favor so I part of this month when he was rundown Christmas dinner at Grove Hall on DIARIES FOB 1893!

far as to order the receiver to replace by a detective in Denver, CoL, Monday, the 26th. The large dining
|ore Gave Way Under a Large all the men except where their positions I where he was living under an assumed : and handsomely
room parlors were
Penny is a man and hasa
had been already filled. I name. young
With Fatal ltea.tt.
c In one sense this is a complete victoryFor wife and two children He is a citizen decorated for the'occasion, and the Cochrane's Book StoreHas
Dec. 2S.-A horrible II
the labor organizations, inasmuch as of this place. bill of fare included all of the delicacies : I
tad at a Christmas cele- it establishes the precedent that a laborer
Fiaturday night cannot be discharged, for the sole reason General Swain. Golden Wedding.Sixo of the season. About thirty sat the Largest and Best Assortment of

hundred people were gath- that he has allied himself to labor un SING, Dec. 28.-General JamesB. at the tastily spread tables and after

nlo hall, where a Christmas ions. Judge Speer' stated that there had Swain, of this village, and his wife dinner enjoyed a social time in the par. GIFT BOOKS PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS,
been inconsiderate: action on both ,
All their
very lors. present expressed gratification
been arranged. Mr. A. O. The celebrated their golden wedding quietly
sides. case against Haggard and
_.Senger. of Chicago, had just con of the pleasure afforded them Brica-
Iieppinestallforcontemptwaspostponeduntil here. The couple were married on by the feast and complimented: Mrs. Bibles. Christmas Cards Eine China,
cluded tome remarks of a pleasant nature after the holidays. Christmas Eve, 1842. General Swain
when the floor gave way and all the Chamberlain on the excellent spreadand
has had remarkable history. He begun toys
Dolls Games
people were precipitated to the lower school finely conducted affair-generally. Brac ,
life after leaving as an
apprentice -
floor, a distance of sixteen feet There in a printing office in 1824. The next literary and musical enter.
the greatest excitement and the talnment the folks will beheld Fine Leather and Goods .
was Cottoa Man Who Coald Net Let tVell Horace Greeley worked with him. by young Fancy .
groans and scream of the injured attracted Enough Aloae. Later General Swain and Mr. Greeley at Grove Hall next Wednesday
the whole town to the scene. went into but dissolved in night where a generous program of MENTION. We
partnership are
minutes before all the NEW ORLEANS. Dec. 23 Frederick
It was forty 1840. The firm was known as Horace music,reading and recitations will be -

people were gotton out. Nf'arlyenry the Frixh, who stood well 'in local cotton Gredley &:; Co. They started The Log presented. getticg la NEWj GOODS every day, and our Goods are aU new aDd l well
less but
one was injured mOle or circles has been convicted of embezzlement Cabin, and were co-editors of it General D. Carl, Jr., is here for a brief visit.
most serious who was is a injured son of internally George Crawford end- He was sent here in September Swain later edited the life and i4t.tern Rev. Mr. Beckman and family will selected.We. t
will die. Mrs. C. C. Moody Mrs. D. 1891, as the local manager of the cotton of Henry Clay. shortly go to their residence! at Day will be pleased to have the public see oar StocK before bajtogv.
McCord and Mrs. F. McGary were seriously firm of Gassner & Co.,of Liverpool Inaugural Commute Completed. tons, by the sea.
injured. England.lie Tli* Following is the bill of fare of the
was not a partner of the firm, and WASHINGTON, Dec. 28. Chairman Christmas dinner above described: .
The Canal Will 00 OB.HELK3A to of the inaugural committee has .> .
by agreement was get a salary of Berret,
Mont, Dec 28.-The fact HS.OuOper annum and 20 per cent of completed his selection of members of Lemon Street, next door to Acernian: & StewartXDra Store, Palatka, ITa.

that two members of the canvassing the profits of the commission business the executive committee: of twenty-one. Special Master's Sale.
which he to
board of Choteau have skipped was manage. They James L. Norris, James L.
He had speculated on both his TTNDEB AM BY VIRTUE: OF A DECREE
out will not interfere'with the recountof and firm's account, and had lost abont own Barbour, Henry L. Briscoe, General \J of foreclosure and sale rendered ia the Q WIGG & BUTLER. i H. L. MILLER
the rotes .f that county including Of V. Boynton Alex T. Britton John J. Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit ,
in this
Elder precinct which was eliminated 33OjOO) amount $16,000had franklin, Lawrence Gardener, Curtis the State of Florida for the County of Putnam .
Ilex seen taken for his own use. by the Hon. J. J. J'InWyJod4te of said
before, thereby electing a Democratto J. C. Hottrmam, J.Har- Court,dated the 26th day of December, A. D.lasa .
the legislature. The peremptory writ risoa Johnson, J. Fred Kelly, Charles ,in a certain aue. pending In Mid Court, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.)
of a mandate ordering the recount and Murdered a Man sad Slept Soaadly. C. Lancaster, William Cranch Mcln- wherein Henry Beldad is complainant, and

the issuance of a certificate to the can- GOLDEN, Colo., Dec. 28.-David Rifc- tyre George W. McLanahan TheodoreF. Abnalom fendanta,W.I will Dieter sell and at public o. F auction Sprague, for an each.de-

didate having a plurality was addressed. ter was shot and instantly killed byP.P. Noyes Francis A. Richardson, John to the highest and bM bidder at the front
to the board of canvassers, the assessor, W. Ross Richard Smith, Michael L door of the Court Rouse, in Palatka, in eatdkentr / (OXTRACTS katL'r ANY KIND shelf OPCARFEN ,
\j i simple
at Shafter's i
Shatter ranch in the ( of Putnam, on tbe FIRST MONDAYLVJTEBRUABY
the sheriff and the county clerk to act western part of this county. The Weher, Beriah Wilkins. : : A D. 1893L being the 6th as members of the canvassing board in of said month during the legal hour of male I in this State.
the order named. The claimants for weapon used was a shotgun. After A Dreary Day at Hemectead.HOXKSTEAD on that all that lot or parcel of land lylig Make a specialty lo of XMtreM Work,Up-
the crime Shaft dat hol.te.iv,Carpet Laying,Jte.
committing r lay down and the County of Putnam and Stateof
the one seat from Choteau will it is believed Dec. 28 Never perhaps Ode and Re ldeBC. Orange Street.between
and slept all night. In the morning he' : Florida,known and described a. Lot Number .
put in an next Mon Fourth and reck PtUtka. ru. de* UBoard
appearance One ti). la Block Number Eleven (11), ia
went to a neighboring ranch and an in the history of Homestead has the according to the said
day. nounced Lit intention of coming to this geaagh: l.or l
town presented: such a apppearance as E. O.Dyke C. I .
A Battle-Starred Ctuple.Dcnsox city to give himself up. He failed to A.D. lrr.e.which plat U on ale la the office of of Tire Couumlesloaers.Attention
and officers are characterized it Sunday. It was an the land record of Putnam County, and to that
searching for I is called to the
Tex., Dec 25.-A odd married appear No is known for the crime ideal Christmas so far as weather goes, 'which reference hereby made. .
him. cause:
has seemed to take heed of that UEXRY BTRCXZ the Board of Fire Commissioners of the
couple just arrived hero from but no one Speetal Muter.JoaxTR SADDLERY AND HARNESS. .
Tom Green county. They are registered Salclde of a rriect.CisoxHATl fact. From morning till itself the R. SrArroxo Complainant' So- Palatka Fire Department will convene'
at the hotel. Mr. and Mrs. same dreary aspect presented the Ucitor.PaUtka. their fbom ,:fn
Friday. in at
Dec 28.-During mass atit. resident of the borough seeming to .)la..December 27th.1892. decSO- Making and epairtBg neatly done. Order regular session
The groom lost his left leg, right arm aCed.AeeaU Central Station Monday January 2
Catholic church indoors. Special promptly _
in the > Alojeeius Bernard prefer to remain ser-
and right eye Confederate service for ROAD CABTJ. WAGONS ASDBUGGIES. m. A full attendance is-respectfully -
under General "Dick" Taylor. The Schwalen a young. priest but recently vices were held in all churches, each J. D. OOLTERTTHE .

bride is minus the left arm and limpson ordained suicided in his room in the Of which gave Sunday-school scholar LEMON STREET . PALATKA.FLA. requested.GEO.. E. G.A.TtllIeL
a cork leg The arm was amputated church residence by hooting himself a treat oct t.tfAn -
encounter with revolver.He TAILOR JESSE: E. Btnrrz,Secretary.
owing to an with Comanche a ... ,
fa Jlllwa
A Fatal nre
Indians in the spring of 1883 in the Pan. had been anwbUnt pastor of StUoyesius
I Handle. She lost her limb in a railway and was about to be tranferred. Dial.w....rm, Dec. tS.-Becker'! tannery : matFLOTS XOTHEfO BUT SZPEBIISNCED alarm of fire was sounded from Captain Lucas new steamer, the
accident near Quemah, when the Fort ne had hereditary tendency of insanity baa been burned. The loss ii f tOO,- I !j LABOR. Hi work ha.a*TAjn>ts KxruAnoa ward 3rd last night about 7 o'clock, Metemora, was steamed for the first
Denver the for yean Is ta't Florida. which the different companies re
and '
act interrupted
Worth railway wu beingbuilt The[ mass and for a killed and two
I She boasts that she can consume time stopped the ceremonies: 100. One fireman Another was fireman is miasBf. A GOOD FIT GUAKAXTEED.Bepalrlac sponded promptly, but, fortunately, time yesterday, and her musical whistle -
a bottle of snuff in two days They are kdI1Jured. La the ruin were not needed. It was only the sounded farmEdnear.. The steamer
He U probably
en route to the Indian Territoryto' visit and Dyeing also done. chimney of Capt. Gray's residence, and will make her initiative trip about January
1 relative until after tU holiday- |7 >ood Dye will not crack. Xlsedoat.ctf was : .extinguished with a bucketof -
ji t water. I 15.'I" .
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T OMONA NOTES. TO ORANGE SHIPPERS. AT CONFESSION.* !i' THE GoeuROD I'rm.isHrxo Co., of Chic-* ,". Illinois, bAS vieterminedto
Must Be Sold i
secure DOJXXJutwub crib rs to their family-nonr paper, the GOLDEN
:Editor PaLuka Tme
Southern Florida .
and ,
1'alatia Tio-e The Georgia
C orreVpondecce
1 TOMOKA Fui. Dtccabei 20.We 1/acryaud iioiren meet and shake ROD, toe,.." JUuarv. U, '9*.
Company -
and Banking
Central Railroad I I In the its would: bat "Urnd n money,"
Sew hands rosi"be ub:oody r-hnm, and o'rdhrat.1. way irquiro A lifetime,

wib every one a "Happy J1' ; of Georgia and the JBicbm-jnd agree to quit stinging mud. Vau :y IQ ami J.tl.s t'kr. Mivetia: we are witting to pay thoe who subscribe now A

Teat!" i"We wxj3er. and Danville Railroads will resume on Bowen: "What fools wr have benecs- )larg+ttAm nf

have Wen Laving such fine j ,r- December 7th next*the Fast Freight, posing each other totirotue the readers -

weather this month; It is hard to RARE. BARGAIN>'LNST.!' A GUS1' .- All-Rail Line from Palatka, Hampton wf TUE TuU:..." iRjwen: "I agree '
realize tbat the Xw Year ia *o near at .. TINE." :A /" and Lake CUr, Fla, to New York, with" coo;. itwaa indeed foolish; LutDiner :

land. To w hue in Sunny Florida, Boston, Pbiladelphu, Washington, you wale the cause of it all. You
asked for an explanation." D. : "1 did

where one can be working among tbe North of San Marco Hotel' near :Baltimore _and oil er Eastern cities, not cxptct )ou to explain: so mut-b." rv.tiai .#!' that; we JIQun recover this great expenditure from ;be increasedreveew

.orange licet nearly eveiv day of the Judge Cooper' residence and the Inaugurated I last season, and Special: B, : "But, ru. )ou brought ihii mort- f.IMB our arlve,1..rs.I''nrotsrreecan .

jear, the mouths i etm to roll round Shell Road, a two-story high-studded Trains wilt be run every ThnrsJay. It age d wn on milK-ad.aUt l I thought; .we" to he allowing ten word riddtet. Th-' Golden :d

'iBUth more raj-WIy than in the North, home of 9 rooms; built by a Northern is hoped that in a short time the movement 'tit for tat.' I would.tell about' jour big I'ubiishing Co. will vet( for following

wbeie King }'rot'
for nearly cue-half the year;and comjcU own ocrnpaney. Double piazza, cemented tri-weekly epicial service. The approximate you could not well get along with and '.
l"'I(1 any mINR.rowss 28..00 "r the to ,mjrIX: wi>nJs J I' 30
For to : come answer
a grist many to rtm-in idle thegreater cittern. Ground contain col- scbednlo of the: trains will condoded th..t your inr: wife ant a 1-i.rt..VH e HT.i-aa w;rtll\\: r...i",, .,:i. :..'d the c.rcrect *..-w... t.. '"y KVE:>

part of the winter, thus making Action of semi-tropical:: trees. Only be as follows* better financier than youn-rif! and that I For Use.l .eiicneet..> ''nn-"rer towor .... > Ii i t:! E 7500 It..1'For..r.I"t.' e l..r'wn.. t.. I.J.,EIGHT. '' :0

.lowl\ While we greatly 1,000; $650 cash, balance $10 per 'To lion PAI.TKA. HAMITOX. LAD Cnv would the ( r tin Krrretntnr: : D. .H.. ; r; !: .U.N tK: MAN
i.me pa-t month, at 5 per cent interest. Con- Atlanta, Ga... :n boors 25 IwGr. f2 bou.rt you pu .1. .V: dung; n her ..>1..1>.... .... .... ... .. 1 WOO i!tor ttjr :- ,,,,, nett.err :.. .y '\ISEI :
enjoy the pleasant winun here, we vtnient to good boating rnd fishing. Charlotte,X.C.33 boon 31 hours 26bonrnItanetUe bands. :fft I <'jid im: ull tit; boat 1 I hoer the eotneci answer a' ," t t 1\ l! ..w.;nr: .; AA
Va..4. bonn 43 boars 40 hours I o: r'c.ant; .snow- I i the TI''CI
cannot bat feel and notice that those If jou want a home or a sure Invest Richmond v..m boors 55 hours Ij5 hours could have mid about \ci:. : ac.d. 1.11: l, word. .. .... .. :J:;.flO w...tl-! ,. .. i 00
went in the Ancient City don't elect W.1ulljlton..7G boon CiS bun 55 hours I I
who reside in the Xoith find more en. reeolkct: ljow-yt.M uv,: ( Mi-
CiS boun you itu: e -- -- -- --- -- --
this. J\alti..K>1'8. )M..i3 hours 11 hours
job ment in the remembrance of this GEO. 11. CHAI'IN & CO., Fbiladeljbra..77 hours u hours 72 hours ler's calf. You ought :.o g to Lire an 1 hl'KCI.'L ( .LAN! > 1IZ; ... \\E \VlU. 1'AV \ t \- :.i.
St. Augustine and Boston New York City..80 hours 78 horn SS hours
glorious t-K&eO, on which Hod gave ask bis'pardon. u""OStl thai call bad For the FinST mt revs at err :u .-.LL <>f thntire TIN ward.. So0o0 00
No will be spared: to make this ..
pains rte tt.e :t VENTH mrren *i.t MX of the en" e TKN wet 3OOO OO
the worW tbe ugrtaiet of all gifts, ." route a success.Special belonged to some ft-Ho whose he id for tale TWENT1 1K.-T d-rrti. ui wer to ALL of the cites TK> von1!* .. 2COO OO

than do the majority of peqple residing .,. attention will be to: I was carrying one ol those unpleasant -- -
given Ilere fire tl. u .t''l! ri lit ti:. -. a .11 \ oU solve! them? Reno 11'1.' r .1 l'II' 0
la M warmer dime. on It and he had shouldered
'HACIENDA" OLD MASTERSPLANTATION. small that mortgages ,
E shipments so lbf'YwiH
loading ,
that ten wolds c"incil s'S\td! wiuo; fur you $20.00(! III c*' h.
We do not w Ub it' understood "* go through in the shortest time that calf up, and took it and tbotd

-we think people here do not lore their 1 Stafford how von cut iut earn anti made
4lreaibriti. n.iiFihkr
& \
possible. 1 NDfAl': y.f : ? C--kBE"- "

__ fritbds as much, but we do thick>lhat A short drive nerthwtst from Ponc Connection is made with trains from them bleed, tbinhe would Lave item _2_ _-CttJ_ =--I_Au Eastern ('outl'!; AUS ---is F IA.__ I "t! ::r'r In erne3 .
the cold and now, which compel one I mad about it atm 'Kgnt and told Mr.: PAS ,tome of I.rblwrandArt I-f A-AZON A tbvfrM.ncry .
: and shipments intended
de Leon Hotel all in Florida -
53 all points ,
acres adaptedto '
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-4 A Ii'A( lmnenssei'ountry. PER"- --A I -A i in A..aS
bundle well to the body ab'out; "tfeir..
to keep
up Gillis all it t'itiie
the cultivation of the Niagara grape; for this "Fast Freight Line" ; IER:: p.. IAfardaene.theAtliatio NlARh"r..f W.rl.I II
warm, hat much to do with, keeping: free from encumbrance. Price on'y should be routed: would have called in tilt s+x asst latex -. ------- -

tbe heart warm toward those they love. f30 an acre; $500 cash; balance. in and they wotld have had to ct Mr. 'E':)( J T'IO" Each da'h indieaJe the abrence a certain totter a.,' wli. n the H
Via Palatka and G. S. & F.
le'iers are yui>plKd tl e original word will be found cran"h :" Surat:
.And, again, there i i. the legend of,old light annual fragments, at five percent Via Hampton and G. S. & F. Hartlidge to come and heap you out ol u- b_. A which. eyt ry. i<-hocftl read. The omitted letter are and I, a.M> \\!Los t .,
interest. Only few rods from Iu.eerk d tM word i- l'INf'
car "
".s..nta"UI with a sleigh full ofpre.eol' or Via Lake City and G. S. & F. it and after all they b.ive .
gut .
Lorillard Park. New houses going up Ara In hx>.u"!'i ': .i i i ai"H i jn ft _J "i("i r. To pi. .t
drawn bv fleet rein eerl and in every direction.! Don't overlook Shippers are requested to notify II. youatobin a _turjHimue rove or a REW"P.DS e'ra any a UII..f ir fuUrtrt>r cutt.44i"'). a'oitirf: the orig' I tf'tI words
b.te teen depor ird in a rafrtl v..u't uiulrr a ei), to I*ot with jingling sleigh bells, which stirs his, if looking for a fruit faro or for C. KNOZ, General Agent, G. !=f. & F. clerkship a pbospbjic; Dl lie." D. : of wane era hnwrrii =tats t< en- ss to tte i-ortret wstP, tr ntbr with it* It t of prize w>i
investment. net, will puMiftberf in the January numb, r of the OoLI DI'-R"D.
op me KtI" in the minds of the older Road, at Jacksonville, Fla., when shipments "I will admit I ought nut 10 have dou
GEO. H. CHAPIN & CO., Remember Every Correct Answer Wins a PRIZE. .
well children than leave their stations.A. but I do
ours, as 88 more we it; not want to ask a nigger's

iiyk. These influence are not present St. Augustine and Boston. C. KNAFP, Traffic Manager, Macon apology] for anvthiug; markingharry;: G 0 r."ITIONS once Th.objrt alltll.t.of larct-tJaJII number 1CraonUaary We therefore offer i.d require ours that to M Slants ur subscribers for a year's at

in tbe Soulbt-ru States, and Christmas Ga. dicks' is'not like it used to be; there "ubMl1ptlOll fi r our limit |w(><:r Ifio nnlden-Kud. t. sent with BA H A!('W'B, Hm if two
is more like the national holiday W. F. SHELLMAJI, Traffic Manager, used to be lots of mouey in it when all' word are .iwri* l$i.M,must h' rent, !three. word(IM, five words JZ50, and ao on,and u many
I copies thopierwill I. uaUed toar irc..c.greii..
than the birthday the Savi.cur ol the Savannah, Ga. the cattle belonged to a tew men a call ,
Dr.ictutt. the w.rtle yew answer by their numbers. Bend at ooc and win one of the .
world. : SOL HAAS, Traffic Manager, Wash- would get away from its mother they GaAN t'KrZEil. .\dilreiuall h rt -n. and Make all rtuittanve payable to
)In. J. G. Hall, of Dover, N. II., istikitins I PLEASANT FURNISHED TENl.MENT ington, D. C.DIiLNKLIiI could not tell who it belonged to, &iii i

,r. her daughter, Mr*. \\'. II.Cook. of six reoms, with Piano, etc., ",or the I lOUOli, IlAlllT every calf counted. If Units were like The Golden-Rod Publishing Company, i

to rent; situated on St. George street, Cured at Home. Ten Day by AtiHt they used! to be you could soon rage KF.LIAHI.K Af\'r \1'.'XT> D. 317 IiEAHDON ST., CHICAGO
i Mrs. quier has b. en very sick. the mortgage." B. to f.d.: "here is
I opposite Abbey Hotel one of the beat
Mr. A. I). Kuowlton is nick ; tiring Dr. Uitlue Golden fepeclfle. other that dots look
quite one thing not wul, _
kepi the Ancient where
trbtle Mrs. Knowlion it oon&idera1tly'beUer. City It can be given in a glass of beer, a and if I wereou I would clean then
board be
good .day can obtained at
reasonable rates. To be rented for the cup of coffee or tea, or.in food, withoutthe up. Those eign-boaid that bam put +?Irn.n j ji
Dr. Feel seems to have a hard time i up near the corner of your l fence some '
low of the It is -
winter or for a year at rate to de. knowlege patient. absolutely
.trying to fipifrh bin kKch a. Having a.. sirable : GEO. H. CIIAI-IN & person has thrown mud on them until
party harmless and will effect a
number uf patients on bit hands, and' The letters are almost h'dden. Everybody I
Co. St. Augustine &; Boston.
much other woik to do, he was so un permanent and speedy cure, whether for mites around know you at+e
fortunate as to be taken quite ill him. the patient is a moderate drinker or an the only man living near theie that r
has been in i
self but is alcoholic wreck. It given breeches and
recently, out again now. wear whl..thel'they did
! Mr. Knowltou know where thousands of cases, and in every instance it not
wants to or they are ure to get the credit
w that GOOD ST. AUGUSTINE, HOTEL ron a perfect cure has followed., It besides
pole IK the Ladies Aid was goingto people will cay h's just like
SALE at a great bargain by Geo. H. never fails. Tbe system once impregnated "
aonate for the weather signals. How Ed. D. : Hut, B., you are car off.
; Is it, I.\diee? Chapin &: Co., St. .Augustine and with the specific it becomes un You know I appointed you County

Mrs. C\ C. Clark has been sick, while Boston. -*., utter impossibility for tbe liquor appetite Commissioner, aud you ought not to ;

Jlr. Clark was compelled to be away to exist. Cures guaranteed. 48 have been so greedy and tried to hold

t from home. page book of particulars Lree. Address all the places in one family. You

" Mr. Mornson received the sad news HOTEL'AT'TKTON; N. C. for sale Specimen Cases. ought to have given Ben the overseer's l

- on Friday hm of the death of ,their Engraving and full description: mailed S. H. Clifford New Cassel Wis. place, aDd then you ought 10 have appointed \

pulton, John, at Great Falls, N. II., free on application to Geo. U. Chapin assistant assessors and givenme c ;I
I ()typhoid fever. lIe had been very & Co. was troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism chance for it. You know there is IlrI! t ( 'N

" low ever since his mother went back, his Stomach was disordered, not another darned man m I the district < '

t, but )Ir. Morrison thought he was a his Liver was affected to an alarming fit for it." B.: "Well, Ed,that may .

t __ lillIe better when heard from hist. Mr. degree, appetite fell away, and he was be so, but you kdbw there is a big de-

". Morrison and family have the symnathy ATTRACTIVE RESIDENCE of Colonel terribly uced in flesh and strength. mand from the people for expenses to

of the community in their sad EastmanOrsngestreetSt. Augustine. Three botires of Electric Bitters cured be cut down, and as the old Assessor,

bereavement.Dr. for sale. Apply on premises or to Geo Mr. Williams, was elected to assess,

Learned has his 10use about H. Chapin & Co. '.. him.Edward Shepherd, Harnsburg, we thought it one place to cut in; but

.completed.Mrs. ... had a running sore on his leg of eight Ed it is better to have one in than

A. E. Drake is repairing? her years1 standing. Used three bottles of ooth to be out. You use your influence cprl-
house considerably and having it plas C.ERAR HEAD HOTEL, with Park of Electric Bitters and seven boxes of to pet me reappointed County I have determined to announce to my friends ami customers
ELEGANT SUITS --H id from my
FINE and
TUNITT purchase large
I tered. 2. 00 acres, in the "Land of the Sky," Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and his leg is Commissioner, and after two years h before
r.. Mr. J. D. \Vyeth has purchased anew for .ale. Only '35,000$5,000 cash. sound and well. John Speaker, Ca. you will have a chance to bet Mr. U''s and varied stock and cut to measurement at price never attempted by
sizer of W. H. Ylncent.f tawba O. had five Fever that time I will I any fint-clai!' Merchant Tailor; in the South. Haying determined to greatly
orange A'fortunc in it. Details, of GeO.- H.Chapin large sores place, or by have the SWEEPING REi
f. Mrs. C. H. Smith, of Jacksonville, & Co. on his leg, dotors: said he was in- roads all in':kxl fix. add I will retire I increase my osins this fall. I have concluded to milk a -
i U 'TlO\ OF TWEN11' TEU CENT on all Goods in my line. Such an
and her uncle are visiting at Mr. curable. One bottle Electric Bitters and you can get to be County Commissioner -
-Avery's. FELIX.POSIOXA \ and one box Bucklen's- Arnica Salve an* by that time there will I opportunity may never occur again.

Florida Real Estate advertised cured him entirely. Sold by Ackerman be something to do with the ola courthouse W. :HI-s: ICJLEE
Deoemocr 29.: & Stewart, Druggists. and you being a Connty Com
throughout America with no charge to
The musical entertainment and dance the owner until a Safe is effected. apply missioner you can be one of the build LEADING TAILOR OF THE COUNTY Corrner Lemon and' Third StreetsPALATKA

given by the Pomona Band on the 22d to GEO. II. CHAPIN & CO., -TllESUNDAY- ing committee, and with that scooping FLA.
propensity of yours you can make abig
St. and
instant, was a splendid success iu SUN haul. If it bad not been for YOU

every way although there were not so and "Citizen" making charges againstme Passenger Schedule. ____

many out as expected. Everybody reports Mr. VERSos HOTEL, Salisbury, N. and giving my "intentions away,"

an enjoyable time. C., fully furnished and paying well, $2.00 A Year. I might have baa a chance for the Leg-

for sale. Apply on premises or to islature, but now I wou't stand any
Mr. Firkins wishes us to ear to GEO. }t. CHAPIN &; CO. show, and if you don't woik things up iTHE GEORGIA SOUTHERN id FLORIDA

those shipping orange that he will de2-tf Boston and St. Augustine. CoNTAlNTNG lORE RCADIXO' MATTEE lively l' will be one out too. Well if.I

Lave cars on band, into which orangesfor am not put out of otnee until July net

the Fruit Exchange and for those MUST BE SOLD v-taanty situated tea THAN ANY PAPER PUBLISHED I will not care, but I would hate (o go SUWANilEE RIVER ROUTE TO FLOR

going via Clyde Lin and Merchants1 DiluteS walk from steamboat landing at Orange IN AMERICA. until my time is up EAvDRorrac.. Taking;offect OCTOBER 1C, 1892. Standard Time. 80th M .

Park and railroad station; A new, two- t ry ,
Steamship Line will be loaded and Address THE SUN, SOUTH BOUND.
bones of six room besides kitchen with a ftmd

forwarded on Monday, Wednesday and tableand nennerr; choice collection of fruit oc28-2m NEW TOEK. FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 1.800" CbirafO....... ....... ........ .. ".00 pm I ave NubYD1e.. ... .
Friday of each week. please remem- eomprtaitt onngt, plan, pear*and r aciie* Leave Se. LoaM\ .\e IJ5pmIar >> Leat Chat oooga.. .. . .. ._ _
i with haf aaamof Mrawberrte; aeiiscoowonhof ... ... .. .. . ,
FLORIDA PUTNAM COUNTY EonvIle.. LaO pm Leave Atlanta. : ".1'em
ber info and Exchangefruit trait In a ceacon l_ide* tV family apply; W.MARVIN D.D.S. ............... ... .
bring your L r.>ashvtne..... ..... 7 JO am Laces Maevn. ... .. is:',2Oam
convenient to Normal achool and IndMtria Col- IN CnANCEBY.AdaMna lAt... CbilUnooga. .... .............lUlfm Leave Macon Janetlon.... .... . 1140&11I
these The freight leee price S3 CO on
on days. way ; eay ,
:the premLal :twoChau's Lear Atlanta e.OOpm Lear Cordite iAO
north bound arrives at 11:12 a. m. w. 8. WeMott, owner, on or 'F I -:::: ............. ...... 06pm Leave Tifton .:::::::::::::::::: :::: :: :.ft: 3psi pmnMaeei
& Co. Emanuel, Corap't, iT CMacanJuncti.n......... .... ......leas pm Leave TaldotaI .. .................... 4.:II pm
The Laertes.. Aid Society will have *. } BiU for Divorce tbrdMe... .. 41 am are Jasper ... .. .. e n
Alonzo Emanuel Det"e.It ) *' eon... 2J3am Arrive Lake City... ..:.. ::.. LB
r -ir United State Apron festival on fl.000 WILL CUT A FARM or 112 ACRES allocating by affidarlt of E. E Haikell, l uloU. X: : :.HC/C::({/ Anlv.Ja ksenwtlI.: :. :: .::. .::::: 5
\Vedneeday January 4th 189C. We ear the Pntiand Fbonphatc beds: $200 eah.bl- 3 complainant' attorney, filed In sieve Jaoper.. ; 4.43am Arrive 1alatkaNORTH ... .. .. .. .. .
> that the defendant, .L_Emanuel 1. a e&IIIIe'1 &35am
understand that State and Territory anoe In tight annual j>avmenu, 1,4 mile from resident of tbe State of TorlcU, and ,'rrIYeJllek.2't1b.: ... .... .... .... .... .. T.4o am ,
every depot,10 acre cleared and prepared for market T defendant resides at Darlington. Darling Arrive I"alatka.... &.40 am "'"
will be represented by "an apron," garden; ion 0hDp.tffJN from 1 CO It yean old: County, South Carolina, and that the defendant : ----
ordinary Florida JM.UfIe with-piazza in front, 1*over the a- of tweury-one years.Ii I
and some Stales by a great many. The .tal>l*and abed. Owner In Uoctoo-no He fir 1. the ore ordered that the deCeDdaJat.1 : BOJJND.

aprons will be sold daring the afternoon it. Apply Chapin'& Co, GRADCATB DENTAL DEPARTMENT: Amino, filed'herein.do appear to the bill fda >- I Leave Palatka.... ............ .......... &40amLeaveJackoDTtne I NYe Palatb. .. .........._.......... Los p*
r taint ,on or before the 2d of ........... .. ..... .... n.am Leave Jackuoniwe. .... ...... .. .... ..... IMpm
and evening. Sapper will be USrVER?ITY Of1 TENNESSEE.. 3aarLET., or else 1893 the,the bill sane will being be taken a rule*da oonfcMCd of thisCourt Leave Lake City: .............. ........... ,..00 am Leave Lake City..... .............. ...... 8J5p.

served by the ladies between 5*and 8 AM EXTBAORDIXARTBAIUIACr.lmproved 4 RTIF1CUL TEETH OX GOLD, SILVER rtd defendant a tlfCftepro cor'esso emit entered against said i Le.v Leave ValdoeU.JMr..:::::::::.:.:::::::..:::::10-Marn 9. 3a
MAM laid
( by Cambridge. *man who resided on the IV ALUJI1UM and RUBBER.
o'clock. Price of supper only C5 cent; premfoee tUrte'f'D yean and never bad a CMM of P* l lty of CROWN, BRIDGE and'GOLD liftheii It to Inciter week ordered four that this ecatire notice weeks b- Leave Leave Tifton.Cordele:::.>:::.::::::::::::::::::::I S.19 proIeaveM pm Leave Tilton Cordel*::::::: ::::::.::::::::::::JZUamLeave f 4lam

ch1ldren,20 cents. During the evening .tckneutben160acres; ,13 In orange.a50uaagefreti WORK. the Weekly once a Time,for a newspaper con published m D.. c JoncJo; .................. 4.35 pm Leave JlacoBjoAcUoa......... .......... 'If as
Anesthetic administered for the painless
.. 4JOa
a musical entertainment will be becidc 900 mulberries hntm with other f nits In extraction of Teetb.BAPX aid Witness County of hand Putnam.the of Ar-iv- ive Macon Atlanta::::: ::':::::::::::::::: SOSom 4JOpmA Arrive Arrive Macoa Atlanta.:::::::::::::::::::::::::: TABwA'rn
with and seat said Court
which will be "a treat all variety, ;superior two-Mory piazza, in BriLDuro. Lcxo ST, PAULTK, Fuu my D. : Chattanooga... ....... ........ ..ll Jam ArrrlYeCh&ttanoop........ .. ........ fpm:
to bat maU. Stable Stilt,packW this November A. 1892.
given, rood booM intent abed 2Sth Cle- I A ireNa.tn1lle__............. ....... 4.23am Arrive Xacbviii ....... .. .... ........ 1.20p.
both great and smalL" Every one is from: 1'alatlta, eta* pteanantly inc/odinr situated 14 Office Hoar. S to 12 a. ui.; >to a p.m. [d.aall FRANK By 4L \VRIOHT, Arrive Evaatville..................,.... 110pmAiftveBt. Arrive Enstill............. .... ........ 12Artm
hone*, cart and 5 price all 6,000 tools a sl/MO rood apa-tf 2-4w D. KIRBY.D. C. I Lewis. ,. ................ .,...... TJOpm Arrive St.LOOM............... ,......... TJSM
invited to attend, especially in time for cash balance wagon tfio*a year at tMoarry ftt cent lnteret.mile ; Ar.Ive Chicago.....................:.. ".J J9m

..upper. also come intending to buy an Apply to owner, Robert Barber, Harvard. FlL, cc IN" CIRCUIT COURT, FIFTH 'JUDICIAL .
There will be aprons of all descriptions I
apron. CIRCUIT, FLORIDA, rySIKETIXO CAR O1I onMrhtTrJBttwmVafon and falatka. Doa 2e Daily TUaanSleevigCarServee.betweenJacksonvWeF'a.
shapes and sizes; but wei COUNTY-IN'Cn.N- .:'Na bTlle aDd ft. Loci,without chanffe. _
ORAXOC GROVE AM HOTEL OOMBCOCD, THIS SPACE PUTNAM Conner la Union I>epot at Ma on with M. & 3J, Ga. B. R, C.B. R. and Soatbweften K. .
will venture that there will be more one of the beet bargains IB Florida, iice exchangefor CERY. nor.h and cm01;. and It Union Lepot in I.aUOty&ll4raJac\awltJaaU train*from I'oiiiJini

fancy aprons, for looks, than there rentaUe property la any northern city, U WILL BE OCCUPIED BY Florida,East, Weal and So nh.

will bo for service. acre:: with 800 orange and Jenxm,, tree la fine James K. Ho we,of the City
condition exetnent hotel banding erected*ereayear "THE POPULAR IDAHO" of Brooklyn and State of <
.Mr. Bennett has returned from *ago by a northern carpenter New York. BiU forQuieting
where he they are having t.er1&11D the beet manner; partly' fn of.IW44lastseason T. M. RAY.PRor'B T9. Crescent
Michigan, says with emxirelr new inmitore, and ha a Margaret A. riMatthews, Title. W'P.\ City j
cold weather. good custom a* a flrn dies hotue, beanttrnny ,
Miss Ccburn baa a two weeks' vacation situated commanding a charming water view, WHO WILL TELL YOU)- Margaret A. L Upfcomb.TT '
near one of the lt and most popular hotel rn SEVJYTY-Frn: Miles South of Jacksonville,
r and has gone borne during theLolilays. the State;price 12,000 I*free froM Incambranoe -ADO'CT THE GOOD T INGSIEl'T APPEARING BT THE AFFIDAVIT OTJL
bat a* the owner ts interested In California be JAHE R. Slows, the complain&nt: that; la ria Jacksonville, Tampa and Key-West ITy
offer an excellent bargain Detail of Gig IL.Chapin AT THIS RESORT. the belief.f tbe affiant the recidence of the de
F. There was no Christmas tree this i A C kCHARMfXO fendant is unknown, and that the said defend' z. or 100 miles Ddightfvl Sail on the St. ,-
year in the church, as is usual here; ant I" twenty-one year of ace.
It i* therefore ordered that aid defendant Johns River, Dunn's Creek and across Cres- t
of Christmas
Account being
Margaret A. E. Matthews,formers)Margaret A. :
it was n6t desirable by those m charge FLORIDA ROME completely E. lJpcamb. dn appear to the hill filed herein, cent Lake. Dry .air and soil, pure wate-, .
to have the church littered up Saturday umkhed,Improved by a Boston gentleman,and CURE'YOURSELFf on the 1XTII the DAY role OF for FEBRUARY aid ,.Ian, the -
ram being day month.It and healthy. "
night for fear It could not be U perfect In all Its detail, at Orange Fark,14 in farther ordered that this notice be pnbUibed ,,',, high ::
cleaned belore Sunday. Now it strikes mile from Jacksonville, an attractive Qoeene FlftronbledwithGonoiTtMBel.ranyonnatnimldlKbanreack once a week for eight incoeiv eeks! GROVE :'
Anna boa.eof room,painted In partl- olor* G1eetWhlte..8p.tm In the ralaika Weekly Times a newspaper'pabUhed HALL HOTEL,
there would have been atorrhers
that y
as plentyof
In said County and Circuit.tl ; ..
and blended; pl'na* on three tides tate roof .
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time Saturday eight after the exercises see inrcntory fnrnltnre at oceAli of which I* your druggist for a bottle ofn&JfO. ore hand and seat of said Court Large, Roomy House, amidst Orange Grove.

and the distribution of ?resents ncraded. modern(table,90x23.high pocted with It core In a few dart this 9th day ot December, 1892.K1TRIO HT,Clerk. Five minutes' walk from ferry or steam- F
stalls, and :
rUpboarded I
painted hoot without the aid
to &ean the church before ; poultry or publicity of a D. M. KIRBY,D.C.
midnight {PEAL) Hy
.1x10 Morehonve 25x13, all in doctor. :;
; perfect repair. 1 Non-pouoBou
Joszr H. SrarrOKD, Policitor.dec04n boat landings. Look oat for whom
AVe' I*# eve Christmas should be observed eodlecctrolonof comprising 14 acre*,contain a floe erile CompUinaBt's porter

just as much as Sunday. If it x50 orange tree rare.M fruit pear flown tress,130 and gap Tine., :wteioIa.es trfa0ured Cat '(!eta ever steamer and ferry boat. .;

does take a little exertion to arrange **tde* |>onierraneale*,pertUDOton*,tie, A rl > by'fie =- Term Reasonable., T able' Unexcelled.
-. tea of f( Yttss Qeial t'o.culcanarA'n OHO ffM a3S oa.rnla be made by
matters, :Ihe eti1oym Bt and pleasure gn capacity rapplie* 'r. This
e tate which eo offered for 4jnu. Ol--JwLf anne agents; eltbt sew: easy CRESCENT CITY, FLA. Q
aa. :' W.
Mrs. Chamberlain
t more ban pays for the trouble. Apply to J. R. t'nderwoZ the thepretaues work; sure payt: exclusive territory. Write at .. ,
owner.n t. a. once. L. r.WHITE:, riedmbnttW.>> Va. ""
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k FELILr ,or to Chap & Co. 1
oclfr-tf Proprietress.e .
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i I\ Editor REPLY FI TO atk*Time"ALDERMAN"LACH EN. OF INTER-' --'r'I Fii e :Property' for Sale/I .1 t! Picture., NUGENT'S;Gallery",:"! :t 't B k5l! i Ji and KY; 'wBsf Raiway 'COmD a aTOL'SG y. ;: ::1M

J In your istuu oi Dt-cember Oib, ".\'- '" .
:At Florida the St. .J BECZITEK. .ti
dermas, of Interlaebfn, has swept the I. ... '::: A' ,
letter ROUSE; LOT aDd WHARF also l :
.sTOKE ; Stock of GENERAL +
\ field. lie did lltrniuway and the ray !PORTRAITS VIEWS, :ETC. Schedule! in Effect Dec 4th. 1892.* = --- ----- '
MERCHANDIZE for ele. My books will how a business of .overSi5.KM, 1. I. alt Styles. .. I! -, .. ;
whole County of Putnam up in a small]! aud canoe easily doubled by addiug Furniture:, Grain aud Oraoge .lk xMaUnal PICTJ'Ei.3 ENLARGED TO Axe sttK. ACItSOiiVILL.E '".., .

v bundle. Ills text wai: "What a pity," !, bar whine I have plenty wf room; size of Store House 28x80; two stones TIN TYfES while you wait. .atf. Trains...arrive and dixirtfrumUnion : TAMPA ': J" !

found in the 'eleventy'aenD1b chupftr aud basement ; Warehouse 24x70, INn roof, connected to Store by 60 feet .Palatka. k .. ')! I
Depot at
tramway. to the htw. .nu-ui, iu which: I have an elevator to raic! freights to the "The LittlePutnam" WEST ; .:,

and part of the extriple Terse of lid) I second fl->< r. Will aj. .
zebub'a ninth epistle to the race of reasonable! fItur+ s. KWIIOD' tor selling i* to bt with my family, who are offattending i Per .I r ..,v

cosraogrofflns. The bole verse reads: Dtfffrge. Any one within; to sUp into a good business will do wellto SAMPLE ROOM, 14 No.-60&..n w-,ArriTe daily*, except 19.45 a.Sonday s>. Learn for 't, 5t,. coastcneae. t '11

aud that cal aDd fee lhi property. A. J. REYNOLDS. l JeLa.nd,nQlvUe. Sanford 1 t .
What a pity, pity it is, citizens ( LEMON STREET r.AI.ATJU."LA. Orlando ')a. .
''''' Ki ilDlnftl. Oakland 7arnooSprings, s d
having: only the good of their fall Line of ChoirVVine*, U |w r and Ctr St. Petenbarp. ete. Coaoevts. ittosrUle 'S. eo\ -.
r.always la Stack.t3TOroen Mondays and .' tit. ,
Tbortdajs with ,1Iadran /+ '
couutty at heart ebocld accuse others River steamers for Jnpitcr ".a w. r- ,
R ll eSNurseries from the Cuontry r.tmptly Filled, and sae?, ,. 1
f wb they of ; points oo Lake Worth. (Steamers t', f .i ..0 oj
( acts 4-3m CHAS HERE A, f opnetor. Mal urns and way-Iandingseats Ti- .. ,. r.+?esc Yi;
ogles themselves t and for every such f '.8Ti.'Je a' S: oa m., except Sunday) t. \
Leave .J
11:00 am daily.except SmtdaV r
"Ime shall be dumped in a laud of po- for Ga>twTlUeUcaiaLe *b
ic.it l infiguificanoe, where the cock. A. NEVi ESTAI ISHf ENT oinu1ua: s, Astor !Intermediate" ; j

+ch u beard at the early t twilight and A. J. BEA.CH: & SON Proprietors. Having rented the Building cornerof 2 JTP.No. 2.rtiY.m.daily,for 30 DeLuul p. ,m.TUosSanfurd Leaves r: ) r ',-6

..hang-doodl mourneth all the day Fourth and Lemon Streets, I will Tavam, Itartow,Paula Uorda : e5 / .:.
: 'I << and iis.
have in stockof Tampa. Carries ttrnagbrail't d.. ., a "
oon operation a ee.ect
\\hs tint born. man Buffrt Merptng cur fruia New
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FRUITS and CONFECTIONS, York to Port Xarnpn Stnn- "' ,j'
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'. e UJ.lennan" reminds me of aDJJ VEGETABLESSTAYLE and FANCY day rharMtay and Satnnb.y.,'orKer t sw A '
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"'eat and Havana. .
minister up in the *"Lub" at his GHOCERIES, CICARS and TO- Leaves 12s p. n ..daly! for Gaiiurflie, .o ,,. P+,
i effort to Breach. lie bad preparede Full line of NURSERY' STOCK, suitable' especially to the Southern BACCO;and solicit the patronage of Ocala, Leesburg and Intermediate .row ( .,, or
I ,.,,
sermon, but when he got bit climate. :FINEST:=sroO : .OSLY GROWN. CAMPHOR TREES:.;extra I my friends and the public. A Good WWTes. 10.41 p. m. Leans +w' 7
: Market in connection. 10 a. p. J1 daily. Carries throarfc 1 '
rea,,', he could'nt think of any of It. Pullman Sleeping ear "CinciDuatl" ; ,", .
at Genesis and quality, at ItEDCpfD PKICES. Send for Catalogue. *l 'uc23-tf J. M. DINGLE. Tank])* Tia M'tttgomery, BaiBt ldge to stow
began expounded
and Jackaonville,
..: arriving at Tampa .
knew to llevtlation and then T:,43 %*HI
: .
I rn with only a ten minutes ser-- .J." XOETTI BOUXD. .tw
a unTaJ
A Baker t1 J
S. .1/N.Aaal.a
Aterman's) addition is sadly out Florida Central and 'So. 14 Arrives 420 .. m. Leaves car C .
Peninsular Railway. 427 man81.. m.daily. Carrie tbrongh Wes F wa .

ki: >s (J'minway"wu coovirte l I FLORIuA TRUNK LINE. TAMPA SHORT LL E. lantie UalDbrl ,_. a1 ion a I

-y of MX cnmpeleut jorors-four I And to all Points In South. Middle and West Florida, Mobile, New Orleans aDd the Southwest vllle.. !I I ....

;I uortl m rnpn. and three of Direct connections to AU Points Northwei aDd Northeast N o. 78-p1ngea.ntoNeWYorkYi.A'-1 '" 5',. 1't t
"" a. m. :!
l i .
liepublicftu*. Tll CARD IN EfTECT. vgy.1 LiKJna 1ST, |1892. .onnne M \. ,.
-, W l: eoy L,
4 au 3 make C? But It is possible the rpm Ii; : :;

.....'parse, vsnnab, Charleston Richmond and I
throe aeing Bujiubhcnns were not men, 'WEST. sows.
it be he is No.!. Xo.S.'No.4. i No. tid-A.rrlyea 3:50 Leave j
or j ron or whatever may | Na. 1 Xo.2I45piAT X h 1.i Ix 09 p. m. *
: 4pm.
: dally except Sunday Through
1 try
di :iuu is correct<< then Jtss: Grccnieaf, JJ5KJ12J 71M I1.2.5P. A.r...... a1dtrtn ....-I/ u.-.p Uip '.00& 1125'S.40p 73ia ::...:.Lakeaty..LT Baldwin"...LT 8.20. :.l:: tanoriga via, and)Macon JackionTUle Atlanta to and St. I Chat out.* : 01 I

8.f 1L15a l.y..JacbonyUIe..Ar 2.35. 6311a 12.41 '.44' A..Llreo Oak....Lv 6.35 C riaJltntgomel7and Nashville. I
Hose, Davis, Loomis and the whole .xt. 11.59Lv.. _......... ...LT 1.4 V 8.45' 1.iia10.4OaAr..Msdison..Lr .... :2.ita w,4s,5 .JY
10.38 p L1'.I.awuy .....Ly I2.9: tl.40a: .3Oa' 11.Ma Ar... iMoaticelle. :3.arp J2JitID Tickets'sold
be OF
kit of arithmetic makers ought to vuap MANUFACTURER Through aud
Baggage Checked to all Tickets
lI.38p J.3/'J \r..W Ido ......LT 12.HP 402a b.l ....faliahaeeee .Lr 1.45 IOWA | poiaU.J2For: and
impeached for in Isleadlug the people of 1124 2.31) Ar..llawthorne..I.vU.3Ia 1.23: T.43a 3.43p A.qulney..LT 1.4 8.Mp further information, apply toIL
... ... .....
IM* 2.blp Ar. Cltra .LT llAlla 2.4U '.00;& 4J\O"" Ar.River Junccion.L- 12.01\0 T.3l1p -

this speedily world nghted, and we If may the expect matter to is hear not i JlliJOa 331p:41p ArAr:.:.Silver...!... Springs.. ...:..:.LT LT.Ocala. 16i.: .1..:48'. .. .8jo.-..-.. lljdop Z.OUA Ar..51olile Ar. ..rvnuaoda........Lv.LT 82AI 1.10': 22...... CYPRESS AND yELLOFPliLUMBER / / n.: MCDONALD, TICKET AOt+NT. ,.

i.44 .Wildwood H.LT 9.IAa 11 30; .... ; "
of from end of the landto 4 Ma: 1.4pAr.: ; Lacooc>ee... LT 801* IO.btp 7.4.laAr Xew Orlta .Lv.r :.:.:.:.:: W. B. DENHAN, JAS. N. STROBITAR, .
litigation one : 6.00<< Ar..Owenalrro..Lv 1.Ws 10.4fj ....... S.lt>i> Ar Jackson, l&M..Ly 1.4b1 .... ..
the vjlher, to recover overcharges of ..... 6.4sp 0.15pAr, ..,.nadeClty..Lv 731a t03t ...... BJtu Ar..._CairoLT 1.10. ...... Acting -.General Superintendent. G( Ntnil I'MMfngur Agent :
.... .. ...
Jfla Ar..1'1sntCity..Lv C.3I '.17 lljOOa Ar..ht. Louis. .LT Loop. GENERAL
interest, etc., by paying seven when it 1 8.1.JIIt.>i>)Ar......Tampa..... ..LT L31a SJIIp ...... 4.45PAt..Chlesgo..L. 2.0UpTHOHA3VILLE ...... VILLE. _

should have shown 4 and 3 or C. A3 r 4 'PIL1'.WUdWood..A 9.0" IJiliOJOp -MoxnciXLO Boat -
AHpAr..Jceebarg..A 8.4 s SATSUMA.IIIGUL'S 'FLA.8EATTV8 .
Fur stealing a poor old darky's iron bA.5t 5.40p Ar ......TaTare ......Ar A.IUs"o9 910p ',DaD Daily

wedge, a few olates,knlvea and forks, 'A e31P'Ar..AP TJOp'Ar 1' ..Orlaado+tpka..An.. 1.00&T b.15p 630p' ? i.atkauanU.........Ar 8.3t1p G.
.... .. .... !.3 8.4.'\ Lv..LakeCity..Ar 6.31p LOPEK BAILEY & CO.;
and, I believe, A spoon, too, and awarded I 11.30& ... ..|Ar Ar::.:..Wfnterlark.:..Orieda ..,:::..LeL... 1.31 p .. LT.....JUve Oak......... ..Ar B.4ip8JS7p ORGANS Bendforcata '
11 Lv..atont1ce11o. ArAT a.2Op logue. Address, DAXUO. 1(. BCATTY, Wash-
it to Geiger, the next and only bidder ...... IJXh> LT... .. Waldo ..Arm.42a ...... LU 1 LT..... ...Thoiaairllle. .......-. 1.37p. Ington.New Jeney. nov -tf
." .. .... :.3: AJ'....Gai_TlU.....LTll.l2a ...... / '. LT.. ....Montgomery .... ....JLT 8.45'
.. .. jop Ar.....Archer.......LY '0.12a ...... 12.0' LT.... ....Birmingham. ....u..ArAT 3.C2a .
Great heavens! I'm at sea again I .. .... .2fIp Ar .. ..Cedar Key .Lv T34...... !LT... .......N'uhdlle .... ......

Did this jury award these things to Lea\.ArclK-rd&il1.nceI'U u dal. at 3.40 p.It i|lAr LT......::::::.LoniavUe..Ar Cincinnati- ::.:.v 1145ft 3.06p C", .. .,. .

he bidder? Was he m.for WlllUtona.KarlTjilrd and Eaele Mines; '.
being a
leave Eagle Mine daily, Sunday,at 4 30 cE RcIA .
party to the stealing, and the jury a. m. for Archer and tnterm gave eQ1 Lt Accident
Title leaTM Oviedo and Winter Park: dally, and Jackinvill and Tampa. Pullman ear to e Insurance.
him these things? Then if Ileminway except Sunday,at figures ehowa. Leaves Ovieuo1 Jacksonville and New Orleans. 1, 8,9, 10 daily. ,.
also daily, at 830.. m.. Wmter Park at S.37 a.
stole) them, for which he was convicted m.; arriTinfc at Orlando tM a. in.i lessee Orlando FERXAXDIXA-S& ICUMBERLAXD ROUTE.

aud he them to and daily at b.00p. m., arriving Winter Parkat
jury Geiger 'I
gave 6.23 p. m.; Onedo, ..oo p. m. X 0.I { 0.601) XQ.81 1XO.a.c:3 "
he was a bidder, would it not be well IX
) l J s"\t, >avilie. 8.Ma
for the higher courts to investigate the 7.oni 4AOp2r.Ocala(8 S O& O.ArllO4 a e.IOI: > Ptt1.1:1Ar.:: .. ."'rn lIdll1"t.* i iAr 1.Mp 7 MIa ( 1 9 ."
matter as the inference would be. the ..00aloooa B.05p Ar ...-Dunellon.... .LT SJUVa 4.Mp
ATS.iOp Iternando..Lv 181& :
JiOp JaekaonntteandYernandaatail
Jury. sold.,the articles, and they aml the 1"- Ar....1m....* ......l.v 7.40a 300p Leave......,. Connect*" Fernandlna f..r DnnEenne !except PALATKA. FLORIDA.
jrt pocketed the proceeds, and Ilem '03'L I.35PI. r..llomO M&.Ly 7.10I!!: **, Cumberland Island Jt'kyllll&nd and _____
liy had to suffer. "'[;i 6.5Si'I 1'..LaconcheeOB)..A.r 910.25p truntwick forming the Cumberland Uonte,and _
making connection*for Macon, Atlanta Chattanooga >
8.oMa 9.1op Ar..TarponSrrinj8..Ar
le next pitches into the people of '.s'Ip''Ar.. .Sutherland...Ar and Northern and Western points
}liter. Well the people ot Iloltister 8.47a '."'plA!'...Clearwater ...Ar i18.04P: ) .Cumberland Jacksonville 8.40 a. nu,
!.40a 10.40p Ar.8U l"e !rlburg..Ly makes Route connection. Leave
t me Ij.and I now have the rernandlna 600 p. m- arrive Jacksonville 8:18 .
0 stopping at 'Hotel Van. p. m. Pullman I Sleeping Can Brunswick to At' $65 OUR'SILVER QUEEN $65
"eur" that little where IAfl No*.7 and S daily;J3 anal dally, except Son antaand Atlanta to Cincinnati and XaahTille.
near Tillage,
Qme treated, with as much respect as any day.Train*on O. B.and S. S.0.A G. dally except Is it possible a first-class Buggy with SilTer-pUted Dash Rail, Seat Rail, Handles.,

UiliaeftIsayor L gentleman could ask. Bnndar. Hob Bands, and Shaft Tips, for aboTe price t

One"1r'rould infer (rota Alderman's" &
asritlon that Geiger always rotes a
.I JACKSOXVlLLE-XASIIVILt.E(via Lake CUy. Macon and Atlanta.) t4tI
etuisht Democratic ticket, a point noon (Open day and night the entire year.)
) doubts. Bat if voting a straight ..:
Xo.2. Nab. No.5.LeaT leaf. ...
Democratic ticket is a safe and sure T.oo.. .1.30).18.. *.." K........ ........JacksonTtile.UM............Arrin 7.40a.m. '.30p.m. SUCCESS UNPARALLELED I Ua C
qujiftCJ.tton for bestowing political .00a.m.443p.n.. 8 J5 .m. Leave............ .........Lake City.... .... ........ Anire 6.35a. 6.2Sp.m.! bra
then "what 4.20a.m.p Leave........... ... .... ..Macon... .... ..........ArrlTe 10.15 p.m. G.30 a.m.S90p.is. A
\ rerments a PltV" the 5.10&.m. Leave.........,.......,. ....Atlanta..................ArriTere .30p.m CJMajn.lifia.Ei.. THREE DISTINCT DEPARTMEXTS-Oom O U. z sLI
z'.>>Jermrn' can'\ boast of as dean a .. ArriTe 1.00 mercial. Stenograph, Telegraph-covering 8.BOO
j, lineage u Geiger. It has not been tl:a.a. m.m. La0 2.00p.m.pmArrive::=::::;::::::.::::NashTille Chattanooga...:: :::::::::::: LeaTei. T.40 a p:. >:.05 p.m. gabbed feet ef space pecialMta., all under Text direction book of discarded diftln-! r ,

may years since he was taken from Scholarship and board cheaper than other to1U1Uon. -
the slums of Republicanism and his Dally through Pullman Sleepers'JacksonTine to NashTllle on Xo.5 and*" .. Graduate aadcted to positions
NOTBOU and after November nl1.,we expect to haTe a Through Car also on our Morning through our employment agency-not one idle. XC4]
hia&ry is oa record in this Soupy and Train oat of Jacksonville to Atlanta,*o that our patrons from the South win have Send for handsome catalocoe to

ovd his political meanaerings for it is 1e2-tf Macon Ga.
; Ticket Office, M West BIT Street. corner Hogan. (Depot foot oHHozan Street,Jacksonville.
staid on good authority be scratched N. S. FCXXIXOTOX,traffic Manager. A O. MacDOXNELL.Gen. Pass. Apt.
a Iknocrat and voted for a Republicanat my t7
ue 'last State election. Cliam&erlaln's EyoOintment. and tsJttn Write for oar New 80 page Catalogue of all kinds of Vehicles.

liking the concluding remaks of Address

<>AIerman"hould say his article is WALTER THOMAS. A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eye, THE SOUTHERN BUGGY CO.

for the IJ jjty Commissioner'sofll4 Tetter. Salt Rheum, Scald Head Old CINCINNATI, OHIO U. S. A

himself,' B e.so<>d preacheralw&rttouArwlsFliis Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema, .

text, I should Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipplesand

say t.chat a pity," and pity it would Piles. It is cooling antf soothing.

be Ode ever it or thing else
gets any
Hundreds of hare been cured

abort I the position of C. II."Alderman Ileminway.," dFancyGroceries it after -all other cases treatment had failed by SOUTH IN GRAND CHORUS. J

Staple a U U put up in 25 and SO cent boxes. Hallelujah Metre. ,

CHAP FOR CASH !I. ..... r il1;
St "a.W.III Ie-...... ,..s ..d was plc E .. .

Easily, Quickly Permanently Retor4 FORCC BILL DEAD. rBOSPCIITY IN SIGHT. .
Twenty-Five AcresFrsfClass the Weakse.train of evils., Nero.ses.f torn early erronerlaMr. Debntty.ezceam and all. # PIANOS only $$zg. ORGANS only $27.: ,

CORNER LEMON AND WATER STREETS. the results of oerwork.Uekneea. wcrry.eu. rolf # Celebrate w rroU J.b1k.YearwithtbPta..orOrga.abog wanted. Sfcw a bettrr 4
strens o. dervtopment. and tone rlvea to every
Pine LapdOnetVterof .0--, 1 organ and pcrtton c-f the body dimple, n.t.ni ... rhea to buy. Price Deter lower. Term never eu ter. *'!.wtylca, iftw priors New termtl.
method. Immediate tajproveneat _. fatloreiopOMible. SPECIAL JUBILEE HOLIDAY OFFER-PIANO LAMP FREE.
GOODS WAJtnnNTED OR MONEY XEFUXDED. jal5-1y LOGO referuiee boot ezptaoaUonS. Free*H.I'4ay Barer*. With eTnr MWI'\aH ordered brforaJna. U, W.w.gtr.n.pten. fUd13rina
aniUe from POMONA DEPOT.Six ALL and proof*mailed reled)free. AiUr*** w.., mplet* fiodtordrCTiUr. Yato tau yaM. Doll delay.T .
atM cleared and stumped, ready for planting ERIK MEDICAL CO., 8'JFf1.0, ... Y.DRUNKENNESS CbrtIItmaa moat d ,

rartlctar t-*addnmi l 0*building either site of the on udftsf the tract.ned.For DDDEN & BATES, soatherl Sic House, Savannah,G A. i }

del Pomona ria. PiOatka, Fla. VERTREES & CO. ,

01' &be Li.w flab. r-aU..17 (pled
; JACKSONVILLE ,.7ad.. -...- ... ..... Ha&.ft'
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It IS ma.. M a powder.whieh_be(!*.. '
te a Jim*, of br.a sap of eoffc* !.s. or u food.wttko .' fiST TfJI"' oJ &1.e 1.
i ttk.keowl.dgeofthapa&Kat Ill*ttiMlaMiyharmlM
StgllEJEI.& mC3nin Works[ .. and will fet a permanent sad Mdf g
.whether Ute fa .od..att drtaker or
ears petieut a -
..ieoholiewreek..he .... (!- ta t.-.4.
of .,,.-.and ta ererr iaetaaae a vtrttt enre kaa iolowed. .

M r,ft,bet.Bar sad Foctytb. Orange': Boxes. Wraps ; : eel wrth. th.It BevrrrBlW Bp eiaaH 1Ir.Io.Tke..yetem.a itor .ooee....i..,..pncn. *. WW RAIL WAY.& S13

.. .. the liquor appMit.lo at.R (
OSLT r ?E or THJ: KIND cr FLORIDA. '.r ."If' /' .,.,.. _.. 't ._ ;.J. ., ... ,, COLDli' -- Sr1iCf CJNcIwhATI.'WCO.. ,ORW iNe............... SCHOHILES Of DAILY TRAM6 IN : s

or 48 DKS boot of p.rtlsalara n... T. >w .... it.
GeDWear EFFFCT JtHIE.l.189J.
Ladle* every description "
Oeanedor ed.CVPartl ; : 't li: 'HOOPS4an'd Nails'AND.wnOLESAT.'F. ACKERUAX dY STEWART DtaggUtsPalatka.

sending goods by express, I pay ;. n*. ra,
charge 4CII AMD FLA.H>tlT D" "cmfo tr cLAU ?aa.A.DO.A r.t.gV aouTr."
ow1dLLOU ', ; LT UduoaviUcy Slop LT Jackionniic.... 1 eo LvJacJuoaTiUe TOOnSlOp.
Proprietor. .. .- DEALERS IN Stock Groceries is lab..... .. ... 7 25p LvCailahma.LTWarmM.. .. :. TW.tlie. LAr Atlanta... .. ... .. S SOpTOOpv 16.-
2J14f .. 1fy of L. Wayui... ...., 9bOp *.... ...... [LT Atlanta .. ...... .. ... It Up140pl 100 .
,- ., L T *> ,. UUp ArCanttanoogaLr

:E. WtT. Flour 'Grits Corn Bran Hay Oats CottonSeed always up to the highest stand Lv Aril Ha.o.* ... ... 106 kite* LrMaooa.......... .. 4 Sip ArKaoirul Chattanooca0p *.... ... JOOOplOIla f 5ICP ISte
.ee 1. : !! Ar,AtUata......... Site Ar Atlanta..... .. .. SJOPU LT Knoznlle.... .... S 15. U 8a 141*
1 LT Atlaata.. .., lOOp LT Atlanta....... . ... Up Ar Mornetowa.. .... 9IOallMalUp 106.
Wapnc" ard. Ar Outuaooftu.... le p Ar Ckattaneotm.J ... ..$4 S. Ar Brtstil..... .... i tos
; Carriages and .1 Priees\Rihtfjit LrChattuoega.. .. iff Cbanaoooga.... .... TOO jArKonaokeAr ......... .... uioA
Meal :
BUGGIES} Fertilizers. Ar Barris ..... ... Stla ArBar iaIJOe. ...... .. J80POOP Shcmabo JAf e... S lOa 913p.AtCi.ctaaad. .
aRTS AID DRAYS ._.... At Cincinnati .....5 ... .. r .
'E" / R. DUN1V'S.VI L 83 LT Clsdsa atf.... .. .. 9Ar Wa.kiagta.. S 3136p..
ArBalti.on taltSBflF.M
OLD J., T. & K W. RAILWAY C = S Sop rCkioro. raon .
CT-AD iuckittlthlog DOM on Shor stop
N,.1Jce. &w>ttn Street near TUrdLnOntka l3r"An orders will receive prompt attention and quick shipments made.- OO. and Opinffl: Hc<t Ar Lecimlte.._.._-._._ 1136. Ar-Lousvin ..... TUp [ArPhtbdelplua.UHarmbefg.... ... 11 tie 4 .
Florida.I i MU>tf ISKEY cored at borne wlto* LT Ch ur ;. .. HOip i LT Chattanooga... .. 810' Ar New York lOOp r 3a.

WlIAT'S lTJE CHA3. M. ITTT.T.UBPI oat' MlnJlook a + 'F of za piw, Ar MOTBdia.., 10jUnjiAr Mempat*. . 800p wn...... Y .. ....
01'TnROWIXO I LOSER BAILEY. -'IIUl.WCA r LLtY,1A' PaHnan t &t Steepen }Arias Sleepers Atlanta toJaekaoavQle LAr Aeh.i .......... 1 "
AW.AYi .AU&au.. G.Office 10M Wbtt1WlS& taCiadanati. Chattanooga'and sssaaLTMonol[ tram* cany Pattaaa mft
and elegant day coaches] t* Ciaci.aaU. Day t ,,*Cbattaaoora to Nfw Yak ia
i Jackauanne to ChatU-.IJaelaoaTUl( *toJ *taaad Jaw'p| llaniabwrThe 6aao..m. train frona
.rftotll'a.. ef. ONLY! noorawunont t*Chattanooga without chany..
Thos Old ,,_ ChaU.aOOgaabotarfk.aa5eeper,5.i
Shoes. ? r---"S"... ...-IIi.1 Baltimore and Florida 8CJI.MEHKXCtK.SIU.t TICKfTTt 'Wasbi.gtos via SacaaadoaA t actk>a
to Ira...,w.hwlr.s yT 4 alEN J.ItDfO On (ale from >fT t g S.be$. jtx Liouted o./kL 11, t59i, |and the St. Jk: O.R.R.,eoaawlItrwUa.
1 CAN HAVE ...... .. ...1......I..._... ..... ....I..a... yyid iad.I4sCI .Oysters'-by the, canand' TO ALL SUMMER KE ORT the RrfxI Woe Ltae."
V\THCr MiDK .. .
J '
.I.M..1 MM ad -1- I r Mk f rM M d.r S t Limit eater If itO *ttrr* ftntr
\ .. ttxxi'w Fill UformctKNi relative to rate,Kotei, etc. ckecrfatly *
I' at BEN ROD1U,' ,Jitent. lie..... 1........ w _. .Up' w .. eesesisOU5rTe? .
Lemon StreetAr !runt,PalaUa. ...... MW_Jl.pnl.Y..rkr.l.arwPAUtE3 ..-.a_..u. .in bulk, at Chas foraua4. Every letter of inquiry aa.wuedi. irtai L i.naSInsaIhe..ra1L.aiUs.e'
T-+ TREATED BY MH conoemL. .ua.II...etwrteeawssaraan.rla .. tofnr.. For bertl ie r ti i>.,r te..folder;etc.,apply to ticket agew Uroagnoot Flonda o* to,, t
MES'S j" s MADE ASD SOLD! ......... =:'J ...a..5 H.aS.tSSJITMJTBBSs .. ..-* .* *> : KupperbUs'ch's: 5 FRANK U.JOLLY Out. Pa Agt 8j West Bay Street. Astor Btoettiovia*, Tim.B.W. .
r- :: :..:=t:.. ss e. + .w r.r.a t. O.X
.. ad WKENN.C. P.* A.,10 omTUi ,T* a. CH AS. N.KICHT, A. A,AUaata,Ga. .
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-, x.1CKSNVIi.Lt: FWRID,1 and 3.S Broadway, NEW YORK and with a representative OHICAGO, ILL. hav. lit 2&.t Iiet mpli"h 11 what. wag ennu-nfate.t several years aJl"a coniMCilnzu' thrit
\\Vd1 umet''' at \fu&.Jhy tumml..lou of :
in jIfuon buy rheniical1 "rt'I"p4IJ"'llJ&t umlnatIco : and to AVoid the u I
d..tributlug points for fenlUzer chemicals in this country, New York and Cbicago. They are now a !)() to 1''lf
ti6dim DrniCT.1 willi U1t: n.hoefpd avoid .wl lre d a: and 82: to $31 too un alt (purer
lurt' bt't)1.ets, Th i'.uno .milizer Company find they can thus save unnecessary profits and brokerage, fraud in an&I.I.. .t.,, extra hsn4lln4 fleet- freight 'itn. save per
d"WCol ;
'C,: 1llew "CI.EAN.'J" into ) And WesternlerWtir
tim sueceeafUlly ictroduce their celebrated brand of OltOUSU bTOCK "OOU inrl their Northern astern
,I n '_ fthuu anibGin tai r ..ri.ct"i1nl' t iulJ and .necbwi wimed condition prices' .and Get a\ "i pieiTprtae7/MaIy and full particulars before you arrange; iw'w d MMfolfa''M.. 'r.elu i teart cf exhaustive teats with 'a..rtdA empa. on

l+t.atc. nu't.hfpm Ul1' (rum: .1"tVe 1.10. better yield finer fruit and vegetables and quicker nnlurity. AJP.BW. wanted.& For particulars ad,Ires* Tiff: I'AINL, .' KTIUZBUFionda.
nJH.utd tmm.1s acasn nablea toT grow-Lh.larger ;
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l FalatkaDues.MCJIEEx1N. While griodihg tour bright politicalaxr Cor e.pond.nc.Falatta'tiaas.WLLAKA
P U'i*-nattt October 2S.:
Toe M. E. Sunday School, South, at December 20. ',
W r pifw* lh*,t !hJ< Fla. held their Christmas .aIb Uxe
'. 'MeKENZIE 3URTZ. PUD;JSXCHaOTFICBt : HolHster, From the amount of oranges al our ftjf do not forget our city have been handling wrauge, but
die St. Janiru M. K. Church South, in entertainment at tbe school house of Cut them down lower to reasonable
-- '- shows thai there is lively bo lull uo'r this
,_ T".j ;. ::: depot quite a seems to It juts ,
Pa'atJI, thoTOUth1r enjoyed the occasion that place, on Monday evening, 26th mClUre. continued like weather u holding -
hi))o&l.1l' i.nilac trill 1\tr.et.J time with the orange and vegetable Or tbe people will see that you hare summer
neii toPii, v'mo. of the distribution ul presents instant. They used the special programs shippers. While at the depot the other ample leisure. on too long for good, uud a good
: cold will be bare*! with dehgbt.
from the Christmas tree among the published by the church* depar' spell
day I sat quite a number of barrels of
wa anew
-- Sunday School children Tnefdnv evening .: meat at NasbvilleTeon. They are klcMnir high now and roaring Some trees are reported getting
sweet shewing that there .
SUBSaltrTWN 1U.T'"rar.. $1.M; m potatoes, growth.It
loathe, 118 Om" ; Ter"'}1 ntba. 2:1 C oU.PALATKA. and we should have been glad to I The exercises consisted of sinking must be a grealdemand for them norlb. To make like thunder them stilt higher will be a big looks. if no man could realize

p.b criptkas due hi a4. "a.' i attend with the children but an Incident some elect pieces, recitations and The orange shippers have been blunder. hU faults until they open a newspaper

-. --' -- whim I will relate, and the fad readings. Eev. C. F. Blackburn presided moving fruit out of this station in a Look it well and fix a low figger, quarrel. There always. lONe one to

FLA.. PE Rretvanc
cold the crop] baring been shipped-for down to the nigger. petty
out at night because of a severe Livingston rendered a poem entitled whlcb tbey strife to aagnify. The
warding.from five to ten car loads
lRArt1E ($1.'I'1YATJO.* he hullal..e"it. vtt'Trr.ttd.W. .Santa Clau*" in excellent style. A day. per Let's build up our city, and make it a present board U probably as good aa

As near as may be at ;+resent ascertained ., bud tn contideriog whetherwe large myrtle tree 'was wed for the O cing to tbe late frost of last March, blessing.As can be had, and the position. is uo( sinecure

the annnl consumption of could attend all he afternoon, until "Christmas Tree" and was beautifully many oi the trees that were then in it stands with us now 'tis very di.- tee board.as they Just find read out and after see getting If those vo

4n the Unlied State.. ,is, about about ;iiixhtfall; we concluded to decorated with gifts packages of candy. bloom, bad to put on another crop of tressing.We complaining have any groundforUorug
oranges etc. for pupils blooms as late as July. Should we factories and mills and such
mils, oranges, apples want
of the Commissioners -
take look at the if the'
1#> on nr a appearance so. It looks to me a*
$,509,000box'Sofi: pay and members of the school and for have a mild winter we shall have institutions; 1U1Ie.
bad the best of it everyOne
each, or ft tout of 8 ;,000,000 oranges. weather outdoors before making a final friends and patrons. Beautiful and oranges as lateen the spring as Mayor Don't grind us as low as though we of the seems to bare

This would allow to the people of this dvtristun, MI walked out to the poultry appropriate; mottoes adorned the walls, June probably. The preaent crop of were Ilussians. hewed all parties the Way, and down In

country only twelve oranges (o each I yjnl to fssteu! tip the ben house for commemorative of the occasion conspicuous oranges Is, perhaps, the brightest for I the north end of the county re seemto

idnijjht; uml while there a faint, among them being a burnished several years. Select your best Solons to fill up the bare* a Commissioner: who draw a
IlePorte start representing the Star of Beth- Mr. Robert J. Brock, of Johnson, places mbborj
and make n
.. !. :. : f. Trailing sound' a" of a pitiful child kh m, with he quotation and expression and Miss Alice Winner tho eldest I That will be made vacant by stirring of Bow oo Iwo.'em 1 be

.,- M'tha the. $Gp.uuipUou of oranges! is re*,hctl our, mn, utt-miu:; to come of the wise men of the East: "We daughterof Mr. and Mrs. Joj pXWid-I rae .. lalle<<

we ty: 'ht,:"8 JniAhwuM be immensely from the .'irtcliyu "J the ferry wharf, Lave teen bU star in tbe East, and are ner, were married on the 4th.iostT, aT .0 n bf-rdtdt .- pipa-job either -
'livthi" t* more conducive and otK-rine much; who muM bo silly come to worship>> Him." the residence of the brideVpareats, by higher.- it, Mr. County Commissioner, (and
dofctors: ell us, than to < n,'ugh to tale A lilt'e third out on the :Tbf .in iu? and music rendered by Uob it E. Seyle, justice of the peace.A So help it along, right out of the mire, don't be afraid of a little public bark,
tqJjeaHt'lh. the school the reci'. tbere is blood there. It will *
river at that time of day (for it was not : wa very good large numoer of warm fnends of the no
estouc or two; oranges before break ibcu quite dark) and in such cold lions and readings excellent: and the contracting parties were present, and Get a new Charter that is easy and be time to make our new yearly re-

fast.''The u8 of only one orange per weather. We went down..to our wharf distribution of the t.ifts"at done in after partaking of an elegant dinner plainer.By solves and enter on another year,

day to each Individual would requirean to find cut" whence the sound proceed such an orderly, quiet way, unusual on the guests dispersed and the bnde doing: these things we'll be the which, it is to bo hoped, will bo A prosperous -
each occasions that the whole enter.* and room left for their future home one. BUCKEVE.SATSCMA .
annual of 23.725,000,000 oranges ed, and at once we concluded it mast ;
supply tainment was pronounced a success. at Johnson station in thiscounly. Our will like
come front some one in distress on tbe pockets bulge a big sweet
; unit if wo allow an annual river. Capt., Dunham said he thougat Everybody seemed pleased, the children As bat been the custom from time polatar. 1IIGUTS.

of ) per trce, which especially, who bore away dolls, immemorial after come I
average -3)4 oranges :lie person or persons were at least a marriages To look at 'em now tbey need 'an m- Correspondence FaUtka Times.
4s greatly tttfv* the |.rL'.s*of average inltortUlor mile away down the river in the vtciniiv confectioneries, books and many valuable births. There was born unto Mr. Allen flatar. SATsniA HIGHTS, December 27.
the Hollister
presents. Long Goodson and bis much esteemed
,... Ca\J Ptoryaiftfor all bearing of tbe light shining from the nets of School survive may So City Dads, slow slow Last week Wednesday night there was
;hc fifhcrmen. So, as James Evans Sunday to enjoy many vile, two fine hfflihy children, one a now, go very ;
t treest 1t. wo 7d,000 acres, the colored man who works for us, had happy Christmas festivities.For boy weighing eight pounds the other a Hew close to the line, or you'll get a a good sized audience al llinks' Hall,
which. alMn B generally be girl of six pound., which were the delight bi v blow.
is offered to out to the rescue of whoever joking a musical and literary enter
go Fresh and '
ol. Choice Groceries, gD of the house. to this You are all tip top fellows with excellent
it f Up writing ,
3, 'plant .FJtn .. 6uret ,I was to reed of help, we directed to Go's.Stoves. mother tainment for the benefit or the school
Fadgelt and children well. feeding.
are doing
)ws'that every orange grower should. him to take the boat and row in the direction fund. AH seemed the .
r of the lights nearest tbe shoreon There is nothing new in this section Look well to the East, Or you'll get a to enjoy evening
t bccume avropagmdbtlt gospel of the Eas. Palatka cide. Stoves I except our fax collector paid us a visit good peeling.Don't and a neat. little sum wa realized.

better living. We waited a short time, littening to In order to clear! my stock of Stoves, iu his official capacity, much to the satisfaction :: About a dozen of our people enjoyedthe
of the citizens who him take any offense at these dog.
..' the cells for help and it wan noon evident met concert and dance given by the
I will sell them for the next
Good like .t Gralnger' fiVo cents a from.the redoubled cries. that the thirty promptlv.wbich district IS is proverbialtor gerel rhymes, I

pound=- sxtcen uuncas 'to the poundlilpans sufferers had sighted our boat. days at ACTUAL COST. on all and any occasions. They are only put down to keep up Pomona band at Pomona last Thursday
:B. E. S. with the times; night, and as usual, pronounced it
Later in the
evening our man re My reason for disposing of tbe stockis As we grow older and wiser we oughtto
Tat: Jaundice. a success.
cure turned "Tin he bad found a man anda r1/IJIII'
',. youth clinging to and sU tiding up ina that I may devote my entire time to A Smooth Fence' That Will Tarn AnyKiad be don't better.If r. E. West and W. S. Beulley returned
} fancy story just send
CHRISTMAS AT'fRUITLAND. sail boat that had and of Stock. you my last Friday after absence of
swamped par. Plumbing, Tinning and Gas Fitting. me a letter. LEX. an
tally sunken. Special attention is called to the ad. several months in the soutbwbere they
FnuiTLAKD: *?LA December. Come 'and see me and we willjbe$ sure
| The youth was so cramped that he vertisement of Mr. B. :N. Bradt whois THE SAD DEATH OF MRS. MARY BO- have been employed on the Fiaglor
chrisUnU is imping away quite,. had to be pulled into our boat wherehe 10 make, a' trade. E. C. KELLY. HANNON. railroad extension. Mr. Bendy will remain -
stood up the remainder of the dis the agent in this countyof the Page with us, but Mr. Wet returns to
'" ,japidlf1 In spite of tjie gloomy weather; tance to the fishermen's camp down the SId Lowry was in attendance at the Coiled Spring Woven Wire Fencing. Our citizens were shocked early Monday day. We were glad to see both.

leather don't the river below the East wharf dance Wednesday night. Her. T. C. Potter preached his last
but the prevent Palajka It is made from the best hard steelwlie morning, December oth, 1892, by
The man and youth were both up to ""; sermon last Sunday night to a small
people of Ibis community from having their necks, in the water when (found Hare tried most every known remedy ;the large steel wires forming the the announcement of the death of the but appreciative audience. Mr. Totter

rAl good time The; young people and it is supposed that the youth would lor Itching Piles without success, horizontal bars are fifst':! coiled arounda young and handsome wife of Mr. Duncan goes to Crescent City to live.

met at different boujes occasionally bare perished ,in a short, time, as be finally! bought a box of De Witt's.,Witch three-inch rod, thus practically becoming Bohannon, one of the trusty end Mrs. W. L Uowers and children

and kept The ball f gossip and was stiffened by the era ":,. Hazel Salve, and it has cured me. C. coiled springs their entire honored members of the Providence Georfia.are spending a few days witj
t It is to be hoped tint :"e rr 'f rre. her husbatfrtj who is employed as *a>]
pleasure cousianUy ,6]Jjie ">ove. I q.> Haskins: Peoria: Jll. length. These are securely tied together Church. '.
will not result in any serious or severe yer at nodge >feGodfrey jnilLQuite
attended the closing texerclses of the illness'for either of them and we feel FEDERAL POINT NOTES. : by sixteen cross bars to the rod. Mrs. Bohannon, formerly Miss Mary an interesl '
,Lake Margaret School and 'enjoyed amply compensated for the loss of a ": The cross bars are best quality of an- OSI een, was in the twenty-fifth year of ins for turkeys, other game here last*

,them very much. The building had pleasant evening at the church by the Correspondence PaUtka Times. C nealed '. wire (galvanized wrapped her age at the time of her death. ;he Saturday morning. There: was some
reflection that we, were Instrumental FEDERAL POINT December 26. very good shooting and quite a nnmb '
decorated by the three times around each horizontal bar.
been beautifully was a native of Florida and leaves
: those sufferers who of ties which afforded ood .,
rescuing are as yet Tbe grand event of lat, week was a uwu
pupils, and lo one corner was a Christ unknown to us. The wnler having visited the beautiful two little children, who is not old sport. I understand there is to hi

-:t.al tree loaded with gifts from the MBS. EMILY F. DCNHAK.; the culmination of the mysterious section place of Mr. Bradt, near HUQ ng. enough to realize her loss. Her marriage another shoot next Saturday: .moruin .
of ,some of our ladies which has ton, which is enclosed this coiled
thesethere in fact there Is tatt
', .\p pUt to each bther;, besides, to Mr. Bohannon,which occurred some very strong
t awarded ,Ht7LLP TIN NO.,17. puzzled our brains for several weeks. wire fencing, can unhesitatingly say of starting a gun club here. |
were several prizes Satniday night at the Methodist Churchthe that it is the very best and cheapest about six years ago, was an event that A gentleman asked me the other d4why '

those that stood best in attendance and OFFICE.F&esiBA FRUIT EXCHANGE,| fence made. called out many pleasant congratulations it was that the kickers are alwan

general average. The teacher gave JACKSONVILLE, Dec. 20. \ whole mystery was explained by For descriptive circulars and information from admiring friends. Mrs. those who never give a cent tows i
of six ladles The past week closed with the poorest beholding one of the most beautiful address Mr. Benj. N. Bradt, Bohannon anything I could not answer
in ; p
the names young possessed a
me large measure
record of the reason thus far; prices Christmas trees that human ever Agent, Huntington, Fla
eyes can.
', : bes --Misses little those that adorn the
standing were coaeiderably demoralized at all graces true Quite
looked upon. The tree was a beautiful rainy weather we are havii
Ada Koger, istelle point _, Dtsenring Praise. womanly character and
LUla Applebya our lett'6ment and yet no depot. A told
McKenzie, Cora Wjlhite and Claudia The bottom'seems to have completely young cedar, hung with all mannerof We desire to say to our citizens tha can ill afford to lose such a noble that when it rained so person hard as it dl

:Green. dropped out OB tangerines and mandarins mementoes that loving hands had for years we have been selling Dr.King's and lovable woman as Mrs. Mary Monday morning that the J. T. & t.
this due altogether tq over supply. made and placed thereon remind.
as W. railroad held their
New for morning freigi
the exercises was the Discovery Consumption Bohannon. At a she
ThVlastot The outlook for these varieties at very age
present ers of their love and kind remembrance two or three hours in Palatka 10 act
for the teachef had is not the Dr. King's New Life Pills, Buck- obtained blessed
mon exciting, encouraging,as quantityon of their and a hope in Christ, and would not get wet when put out on tfc
presented the .pupils"with a large cake, hand is largely in excess of the demand neighbors friends. fen's Arnica Salve and Electric Bitters, was baptised into the Missionary Baptist little snide platforms in towns suchjs

in which was placed a ring, and the hence we cannot recommend Im- The house was also beautifully deco- and have never handled remedies that : Church by Eev. Elijah Timmons. this where there is no depot, A qui
mediate shipment. Wait until surplus rated with evergreens and flowers, sell as well, or that have given such Lion I would like to ha r'ID.wered'
fortunate enough to get the slice I A devoted husband and friends
is cleared universal satisfaction. We do not hesi- many
? up. while tbe desk ibis
on speaker's was a your paper is ; road
containing, it was to)iave it. There I AH points reportdull trade in oranges fect mountain of beautiful 'roses such per tate to guarantee them every lime, and were at her bedside to do all that love pany claims ,that ole

bd' only been a few slice disturbed ,,at present, and lighter shipments desirable we stand ready to refund the purchase 'and sympathy could do to stay the know that there Is no epot, they P
until further advised. as only Florida can produce. After an if satisfactory results do'not follow
before it was-sound that Miss .Lula hand of death, but were of no avail. their goods there at their own if. I
Sales as reported by wire since our eloquent address by the Rev. Mr. their use. These remedies have How is that is It 1
Green had the ring. It was sad lo see their As the hour of 5 in the morning came ; straight?
issue of
December 23d show the fol. Louder recitations and werelistened won great popularity purely on In the raffle last Saturday nighrlur
the disappointed look' that came over lowing results: '. to by the Immense songs audience their, merits. For sale bJ Ackerman near the spirit of the devoted wife and lucky man, S. A. Baker thiowingbfb,

the faces of the little pries, though 1st. Sale to-day ranged 50 cts., to as rendered by the Sunday Schoolchildren ,..& Stewart, druggists. fond. mother took its flight to that land got the first clock and T. S. Johnfu,

they were unselfish ,enough to congratulate 350. Several lines badly rotted. Tan ; then came the distributionof where "there is rest forever. throwing low, got another. $
sold 00 cts., to 81.90 and Man ,the truue CEYLOX TEA-A aeiiciou W. E.
and after the
Bailey In
Missula on her good luck, gins presents, singing connection wit is
Safe in the of Jesus
50 cts., f 1.50 per half box. Carrgo tbe audience retired flavor! arms barber has
doxology happy to Something new in Florida. Imported I bop, oysters every F ay
as they, termed it. *. very ordinary as!: to quality. Weatherbad. their, homes, rejoicing in the happinessthey Safe on His gentle breast,thereBy and Saturday.The .

At night we attended the Baptist fet! and with hearts filled with specially from Ixmdon, Eng- 'His love overshadowed sweetly Dramatic Club intend Ig
2nd. Car 2072 sold $1.23 to *2 land for Rogers & Co. Her soul shall rest, safe from tbeworld' their
Church Christmas exercises, and therewe ; loving kindness for all. Martyn jobbers drama "Comrades'1 on the Lh
average 91.07. Car 3431 M>ld $1.50 to Federal feint has never Orlando. E. S. NECK temptations.Sin of January and the
found a large tree beautifully decorated seen so en- young me Te
cannot harm her
and loaded with presents for old $2.30;. average 176. alarket quiet joyable an occasion at any Christmastime. oc2S- Agent in Palatka. there. going? finish up with a small Its
Free from the
3rd. Sale of two cars averaged $2.18. blight of sorrow, dance.
and young. The musts rendered was 4th. Car 3048 sold $1.9-5 to $> doubts and fears;
This week the colored will Wishing you all
people a Happy New r,
and would favorablywith
Northern compare average f 2 37. Mostly russets. celebrate the time with a Christmas Special Master's Sale. :Xo more trials nor no more tear. I am yours TJUJi

oqr: operas.shipped In No demand' for lemons; grape fruit tree and exercises,and if they keep n,* The sunlight that struck the Louse of
4 are being large
slow. ,
selling This fruit yoW do better
quantities, and by the last of January with warmer weather. their old -lime action a great time may ,U ov FoKECLoaru AID SAL Issued oat of i. mourning and threw the pale shadowsof IRS. E. IFIRSTCLAS&H.
looked lor. UM drcaltCovrt Joe Putnam County, Florid,
of '
there will not be a chance finding There.is now afl.at and due within I Team* to mention In Chancery on the 7th day of Itecemtxr A. ,mourning over the shrouded face of .
as maoy as we can cat near forgetting! [X 1W2, la a canto therein pending, wherein
the the dead
Your holiday or trade edition was a next 30 days 123,000 boxes of that the Rev. Mr. Louder received as a William Ferry 1a complainant, and Mary woman lit up In glory.
increase foreign fruit. During the Mme period testimonial of the confidence and esteem Derereux ana Converse f. Uerereax, her hn.. "And the same God ruled."
1 trust
may your last band are defendants, I shall on MONDAY, the
.beeptlot list for the coming year. year receipts were cnly in which he Is held here a beautiful Its day of FEBRUARY, A. D. 1893, offer for Mrs. Bohannon's last affliction was .r
Z. boxes. This vrlll be distributed at New suit of clothes by the ladies. J.F.* sale,and cell Jot pep,to the highest and beet Boardfel ,
Hore'anon.The York, Boston Baltimore, and New bidder.front of theCeort Moose of Fntnan bilious intermittent fever, and no one Private I

police.force in aU, parts of the Orleans., The bulk atXe York.If For lame back there Is nothing better County onowinr between described the piece legal of boars land of: Bate aa tbe seemed aware of the nearness of sucha
than: to saturate flannel cloth That piece of land known oa the of therabdlTicion
a with map sad termination Tuesday morningand CORNER OF FIRST >W-
country bear uniform testimony to the you Jeel doll try a cup of that excellent Chamberlain's, Pain Balm and. bind it of toe Southwest quarter of Section -

,gr>tt value of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrupas CIYLOX TEA at 1:. S. NECX's, on :the affected parts. Try it and you 800th Twenty-four f Banjce Twency-elx(24U Township(X)east,Twely.(which said(12V, the many friends followed her remains SON STREETS, PALATKA/.

.a remedy for.CjQugb, cold-and incipient specially. Imported from :England by trill be surprised at the prompt relief it map u M record In Putnam Coonty M 1.0&Etjl.11tl to church, where impressive funeral west of .Florida Southern RailrS Depot
); bounded north by Lot Seven <7>, east
consumption. They all em- Rogers Martyn.\ Co., Ortan o. The affords. The same treatment will cure by Center street,couth by Sooth'stress,west by services were conducted by Bev.D. It r

,# phisize'the fact that no one-should be purest Tea known. :Mr. Neck Is sole rheumatism. For sale by Ackerman Orange 4&-U4 acrea steeet,More, said or lese.lot containing nine and W.Glisson,of Green Cove Springs, cr3rn

without it agent in Falalka. Stewart, druggists. P. M. KIBBV, then she was tenderly laid .to rest,in
dec2 -td Special Master In Chancery. C. I. Ro.-6u.
the, Union Grove Cemetery. ;-

m. o.L"Y JkBIock.ImoiiSiMt. L

Fresh Baltimore and WHOLESALE AND jrrjFRIHTS 1

-SIGN OF-'.. y Florida, OYSTERS received f CEYLOX TEA,imported from London YfGET APiSflt.[ !

England, by'Rogers, Martyn & Co ,
h Big CoffeePot I IFall DPR1CE'S.'rn Daily at CHAS.KUPPERBUSCH'S. Solicit a bar* of I pat Jd.tD7
Orlando. Cornea in one-quarter, one- gl ftJa hhD. All J'nJta, etc.'IeaMA.des,

and Complete Line of half and one pound packets. E. S. Baieine'=bt e' Cat...JJ..., '.

gn\1. S. LIGHT llAntJW ARE and oc28-tf NECK, the Grocer, sells this superior Al llel.C1pn of.Be&aUful eucue..' Free, for

L1 TINWARE which mast be sold. article. u4 ToUecos of hip Ryt d low

., wK pay 10 lnspectr this stock;as I keep Price.
'' Oxien GROWERS, ATTENTION Appl.cider sad. danron tb., p ..1nr.ruWc1 "
? .:nothing but the best of eveiythin?. to tie ru.APPle Juke 11..
Plumbing, Tinning end Gas Fitting; .. thPowder. I am manufacturing a SCTEBIOUQCALITT "'""""ora 0.... Jtuoe. 0Jal1

executed in the most approved style ..
prompts tid ai low prices. : : A Food for the NervH. of HAED WOOD ORJLSOE : : c. SNO F"W

,' Don'tf&r l aas 01 Tartar Powder.-No Amrgorlls 2io AIII& : F tapteT*]>ttlM1an4ispfettnttoUie. la 'CT11dC'ta9 >>r
,.. Big Coffee TO, Lemon Streets,between Used MilUoas : packets of Ze.aDd|i each. Seat by man it d*-I 3 to 4 cents, f. o. b. Just think! It omJ, .
of uad
Second and Third. *r w Holm-4o Years tel: Sta kri a Ued. MBS.GEOUOK:rATTKJCT,. pII&. .Ml-J op.
,, : :, ;"! ., aoJJ..aua I' U Ae'LA. i will pay you? .M. DALTOX.. .

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