The times-herald
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Title: The times-herald
Uniform Title: Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)
Portion of title: Times herald
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Times-Herald Co.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: April 23, 1897
Publication Date: -1936
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 1, 1893.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -67th year (Sept. 18, 1936).
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 1, no. 37 (Feb. 16, 1894).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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TnE TALATKA P'LATK"IfER.tLD WKICKLY TIMES.Elta1 K tbU.hd lIah..sIM9.18x9. I I c_ .Udt*d M ay 1. i3. PALATKA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 23. 189/. NEW SEKIES-VOLUME 5.--N0.55
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MAYOR'S MESSAGE I Sn r iday School Convention.
The ronventin
The message of Mayor Gay. read at a null of the Putnam

AND RETAIl- the last session of the city council, the county ; unday School Association met

A LONG STRUGGLE OX-CiLIAS INCREASE full text of which appeares in this in the Aptiet church of Palatka on

IS NOT OF ANT issue, is pronounced by the
Western 'eats' .
lorida and Friday, \pril 9th 1807.Persijint
SIGNIFICANCE.The ablest paper of its kind ever presented .
to that body.It to call, delegates from In-

abounds in practical suggestions teriacbo, Como, Francis, Crescent .Oa
Governor of Georgia an Interested

Beef; Pork, Mutton, Sausage, Spectator of the Proceedings In relative to the present welfare and City, Pomona. and Palatka were prey

future greatness of our city. A coin- ent. Tie President, John T. Dunn,

Poultry Fish Etc.... the House Yesterday. ddenee makes visible the fact that being atoordei sent the convention was called

... Tallahassee Fla., April 21.-The some of our public-spirited citizens by the Vice President, F. E.

Lemon Street, between Second and Third. first joint ballot of the session was held have had under contemplation some Tubbs-y

in the House of Representative at of the improvements suggested m the An mterestiog program was prepared -

noon yesterday, when the Senators major's message. A resolution passed by he local committee, but owing

filed into the hall. President Ferrenot, at the last session of the council auth- to thf absence of Mrs. Gaffney, ot POWDERAbsolutely
ri"i of the Senate and Senator orizing the appointment of a committee
R 1Il presided, Ocala and others,several changes were
to draft a suitable bill, and requesting
Myers moved to proceed at once to its passage by our present legislature, found necessary, but the time assignedthem Puree

R balloting for U. S. Senator. The roll extending the credit limit of the cityso win occupied with open parli- Celebrated l for it< sntt U-avening ttreicttk
of each house was then called as to secure funds to purchase the .
separately menu and various question relating to sad healthfulneiM. A .UI'e1 the food a':ilnihim

U and but one ballot was taken, water works. This is the necessary Sunday School work. Rev. Wm. Shaw sad all\ form <>f adulteration ..mon to
t pnmary movement fora good sewerage:; ttMap brHd*. ROYAL HlKl.VU POWDKttCONSW :
whuh* stood: system. Let the good work go; on I IWnen was present, however, and all who YORK.
S SENATE.Cbipley. have ver heard him, know that be is a
d ........ ........................ I011I. they pot a man In l jail, be cannot whole
convention himself
..................................... follow his natural inclinations lIe in and this State Medical Cenvention.
b S JUaeyHoclec................ .... ............. I :asjon was no exception to the rule, This Large and influential
................................ 2 cannot eat what he wants to-be is tor nude from conducting several nor- organization
Buffed............ ................ .... 7DlabeI5' limited to a very frugal diet. Is it not mal cVuses devotional met at the court boas Wednesday
......................... ........ t equally true of a dyspeptic? For all of exercises,question in their annual convention President
\t I .L C' tn tar Tra._a meat vmro" of MaofMoe T Heeaa.e they are often fl.Sel: by MM the real he out of life box and various other features at
I" r t I" +ll rbt: " j 4" "+ 1ta> tmljr | rf>iljr tn 1 yet n.th.ddtY."Rerafa"in* position thrt theruplnre mar.rtuoltjr nonsis.Ctlpley he might as well be in jail: lie cannot the request of Rev. J. U. Joanstone.
: >u, :bra!, but t.: ttte nmirrr.. Micht from preecnre npoa a putiklty rMmwd eat what he likes, nor enough. lIe Buffers dez secretary and the convention'
..., 16 pastor:of the Baptist church, he occupied -
t .n a Iharsnon .f the put left ia tIN OMUI Mah woald oerUlaly result la a partil -
\. : I' >l I.. aa4 p.** buy a *(raa
'1", ", >awwidMtlfl rewlttaR U loth.i lUnejrHocker... ............................. first, perhaps, a little heaviness in the their places. Rev. Mr. Mabry, of the
I I wire U the ai jMoitwil.i. al., tr TN.lltW4 by C J.Olaatmw
... I I.t'' I u 11 I I. a tn af.H1. ...m Itarala and tfe... y No Charges ................................ t stomach!a little sourness, windy belch morning and evening cervices. M. E. Church South, of this city, in a
I. w..' ..\04 nation i f>r antin.. and perfeet MticfaeUoa.. Ruanateed-tralAewedbefore; parehasingi Barferd............................... 4 tugs and heartburn; headaches and A nominating committee consisting and
'It. ':';vr; (; STORB. PAI.ITKA.slAw ...... J&OIOl5-m. biliousness and a foul taste in the neat appropriate speech, tendered
James McKay..2 of Miss McVean, Miss Rosa Cone, Mrs
J. E. Broom,of QnnlejII. ............. I mouth in the morning. Chronic constipation E G Firkins Mrs Hermance and Mr to the convention the courtesies ant(

BtobeeCall's ............................. 1 is almost inevitable, and i' welcome greeting of the citizens of toe
that the body is holding Joseph Stock were appointed by the
means poisonous -
gain of one vote has little significance city. The work of the convention has
impure matter that should be convention to nominate officers for the
>4 YARD, Senator IlenJley, who was been of unusual interest to the mem-
JLXo vtojcnra MILL, JLDSs.Nm& gotten rid of. The poison is being re- This committee
?.tat.... .... Be Bad its ootif! Ctherl Absent Tuesday having voted for absorbed into the blood and the whole ensuing year. reported. bers and others who have attended the

body. Impurity in the blood may lead nominations as follows: sessions. Abe: papers giving exhaustive -
him.Friends President-T W Ralph of Palatka.
to almost any disease. Constipation is
of leading contestants exposition to many questions connected -
are the start of it all. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Vice Pres.-E G Firkins, of Inter-
Wilson Cypress Company confident, and all signs point to a long Pellets cure constipation, cure it lachen with the practice of medicinewere

contest. so it stays cured. No other remedy in read yesterday and at the even
Red. Rosa Cone of
Governor Atkinson, of Georgia, is the world will do that.Send Secy.-MiM ing session. Dr. Bird, of Tampa, delivered -
21 cents in one-cent stamps to Palatka. the oration last evening to
-JUJIVI'.ortnUIBS OP- here, and with Governor liloxham was a
World's Medical Association W P House of Palatka.
Dispensary Cor. Secy,- ,
large and attentiye audience. The
an interested spectator in the proceed- ; Doc
Buffalo, N. Y., and receive Dr. Treasurer Stock of Interlachn,
ings in the house. Pierce's 1008 COMMON ENSE tor's presentation of- his subject revealed
...}Cypress Lumber Shingles and Laths 4A -. page Home Class Dept.W b Yates of
\ SCENES YESTERDAY.One MEDICAL ADVISER, illustrated. Interlachen. presence of much culture

of the most dramatic and Impressive and educated thought The oration

' Wr stack of Dry CrpreMtflaariDz, ceBtag, ataijig, iOtJdfrurs laglet's scenes ever witnessed in the Johnson's Chili and Fc House to House Canvass.-Dr S G bore evidence of careful thought and

! ,;,.* 2afre and plefcass alvrers on kwU, thus aascrtog praopi sMj>pji ifiv.; House of Represenatives was yester- Miller, of Frauds. wise arrangement in all its parts aDd
ver Tonic is a ONE-DAY The report was received and election
I powtdm.cf afl pa s ras a specialty. day when Hunt Harris nominated was listened to with unbroken atten-

'; cr-'Wbea at home,write tn for prices; when up our war ooe cad coo Y Colonel Chipley for United States Sena- Cure. It cures the most followed as above. tion. -

, __ A financial committee was also appointed \ The convention will I close this even
tor and was seconded by W. S. Thayer,
' stubborn case of Fever in consisting of Miss Allie Grainger -
fN with the Graham
of Vblusia county, and S M Robertson, ing a banquet at
RI-, Mrs I II Billiard and Dr Miller to Lemon
d of Washington county. 24 Hours. hotel street.
Mr Harris had put Colonel Chipleyin inveMfgftte bow much money beenpledged Th attendance of tbrtMM>fewi i at -
by the various schools for county -
nomination In an address of singular Lecture Wednesday lbt. this session is fairly good, every section -
and State work; how much bad been of the state be'ng represented.
." force and eloquence; and, when he Miss C. S. Burnett, of Ohio lecturer
and whom how much
paid by and was
took his seatydlr Thayer tarn spoke at aud organizer for the W. C. T. U., !. oustandinz. Complimentary to Mr. Sheats

some length in support of the Pensa- lectured in the Methodist church last
from St. under
DR. P. KEENER The convention was also blessed by Writing Augustine,
cola candidate, of whom he saia that evening: Notwithstanding the State
date of March 31st Amos M.
4 the presence of Prof. Wm J Kirkpatrick Kellogg,
time for rotation in office bad come and; Medical Convention was in session editor of the Xew York School Jour-
who is a musician of national re-
I Craduate Optician that he favored a change in the Sena- and a public oration at the court house, i
addressed the following complimentary
GERBER pate and assumed charge of the singing, very
I II tonal situation.Mr still Miss Burnett was favored with a
I W. N. '
I letter lion.
I introducing a selection of hvmns of his to
AL DIRECTOR LEMON STREET, PALATKA, FLA. Robertson was the next to address good audience and fully sustained the own composition especially preparedfor Sheats, State bupeiutendent of Public
I himself 10 the same line of argument excellent reputation she enjoys as a
: -;- occasions of this kind, and it is Instruction:

;; ---AND_-- I : public: lecturer. needle to add that the music was a "I have been spending some weeks
II What is Better than The seen in the House while the
LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS leading feature of the convention and in Florida, and am just making up .

EMBALMER.I'rmpl Good Eye-sight ? ballot was in progress yesterday was Remaining m the Post-Office at Pa- enjoyed by all. some notes of educational matters. I
one of great interest. The hall was
.. -- latka. Fla., for the week ending April Interest seemed to increase with successive write to say that I Sad a decided
'' attention gives to aU'or.lll'8 Now is the time to have your eyes packed to the doors. The gangwaywas
::) 23t 1847 meeting and at the closing[ cacti change for the better in the educational

day aDd nlglst. Part jr and salerixnn *- I examined, and glasses fitted. A delay occupied by ladies, and piled up : CENTS' LIST. service on Sunday evening the capacityof situation, owing to your weO-planned
Lemon and Thirds : MI1US.'NOTICE thick: along the whitewashed wall
corner may prove Dillon, Tilmon -hnwn, G W the church was taxed to its utmost efforts. You are most cordially supported

t nett, Palatka Florida I were the assembled politicians of the Lee, Archron I> Montgomery, II I and our Sunday School workers have by teachers coming from eat of

State.In Molt, Samuel J Mooney, Jf i every reason to feel that the convention the sute. The meeting of the County "

JL crvMfrou* jJMtliKiy hcHik: be treated TO BUTCHERS the Senate chamber a similar I Nelson.White John Eirnest Tatum Whiting,.3 Xatham[ was indeed a source of blessin to Superintendents produced an excellent \
scene was enacted, and when the bands ,
|Jronu> ly and vlfroiwuiy. Chills and VThitington. A B everyone whoenjoyed the privilege of effect. In-a few years the state of .

i. f'-Vtsr. tnacrmiue' the constitution weaken of the old dock pointed to noon the LADIES' LIST. attending it Florida will have the best corps of "-

Ifil debilitate the bodv. Febri Cora gavels of President anti the Speakerfell teachers sooth of the Potomac if the
And the Public! \ Bayhfgb, Ella Chalmon. Sallte The next convention will be called -
(8w A Chill Tonio, with Iron) is more and the second ballot was an-
''t I I' Dinkins, Malinda Frazier, E J to meet at Interiachen on-, present system i* continued; though I
( l nounced. Orlffin.- Hills, Mart .
think could be modified to advantage.In

ea-but: I C. W. ADKINS, The story of that ballot has already Hills, Minnie Little, V E Resoectfully Rosa COKE.Secretary., New York the work for State or life

puritit aaperittr been told-not in detail, bat in fact. Mill, Maggie Mwky, Shelly certificates may be stretched over three
Priuce, Julia Paxton, S B
remexlieA tMHtiH. No Kxeeetiinirly lor. no my.palat.Mt\ltt.For l eaVe Try at I I WHOLMALK AND RETAIL. The routine work of the Legislaturehas Wembler, Mary. years-that is, a part done in one year,

h IIarTWtew&t'e Drug Store received very tittle attention in the Persons calling for the above letters Keener TS. Time. another in the second year and another

I BEEF, MUTTOX' and PORK. All past few days,, and is likely to receive will lease sav "ADVERTISED." Having a stock of Watch and dock in the third year."

UNOTICE.Jilai :,orders will have prompt attention, at less as tim goes on, unless the Senatorial W. ANDERSON, P M. Material on hand, and wishing to quit

prices worthy of oooet eratlon. Weight question shall shall soon be the repair business' I will do work at Lecture of Dr. Brown.
The "fenii-Annual Meetiog I This is the most Important season of
and quality faarantteed. Give me a settled The lecture of Dr. W. F. Drown in
oi'tw U Hoard of thet"ftJ1 .' year from the standpoint of health. the following low prices until stock is

3 1laal l Dbtrict of Fferida wtil trial tir. It's eaei-r to keep well than to get I Daring the winter your blood has become used up: Watches and Clocks-mainspring in this was attended by a large, intelligent -
hI' h Ohl" House, at Vcala, onVA1ilsl mhSTIlAwruoRy FLA. and appreciative aadieece. Dr.
well; eaIr to prevent sfekneea thanto impure, causing Pimples, BoDes 75c; leaned, 75e; and crystal
: for the pergose of exutr It.V I and Spring humor, that Ur*J feeling on watches, 1. to 15 cents. Have had Brown held, from the bezinmag to the
: v+pltanta to praeUce m (K- cure e never lapse at once into
r and serious ail t' ne. E. WELCH M. D., Jeuny Llnd'n Terrible Afnousness. sickness, we have warnings. Chills and II more years experience
ap1 k ecrelaly. :i Fever noderinind the constitution, Sarsaparilla is the "King of Blood Par. and clock making. Give me a call of Ins hearers, and charmed" eater.

A reminiscent article! oa Jenny Lind taken and debilitate the body. Feb- i I Ifiers", composed of selected purifying and be convinced. tamed them with bh vivid descriptionsof

:::7r.\l: OILS and WALL and her home life has been preparedby ricnra (Sweet chill Tonic with Iron) If II and tonic herbs and roots. It keeps the I PERRY KEENER. sights seen white "RMffite in

.PAl'KT: \ew "fock.AC1 her daughter,Mrs. Raymond Maude, tore effective than Quinine and being bloat pare and plentiful It drives out : Office: Lemon street,two doors east Rome." One eosdd almost believe

111A): & STEWART, for publication in the May Ladtee'home combined with Iron ia an excellent I and keeps oat Imparities ant disease of Kupperbusch's restaurant ja27 himself to be accompanying' the lecta-

w' Paklka, Fla. Journal. It w said to be filled Tonic and Blood Purifier. It Is a remedy I germs. An unequal] remedy for all rer in his rambles about the sacred precincts -

: -- with taterestioc memories of the famous with skill, care and knowledge I diseases of the blood, liver, stomach OPEN ALL NIGHT ts practically, of the VaticAn and *t. Peter's his

t : sinter, and is noteworthy also as beck of it It baa and kidneys, including rheumatism,
: i i.I iUDY LESSONS all the good of other I 'but not hterally the case: at The Crescent walks in the "Valley and Shadow of

I HnM A Rne+oe..tat being the first view we have of her remedies with none of the bad. Ex- i neuralgia t sciatica etc. Try a bottle at Drug Store. My Night Bell Death" of the Catacombs, and visits to

m\ c'rrwpOn4esa of }'acute ta.tracb through the eyes of her adonnc da fh- oeediagly palatable and guaranteed to .once and be core to ask for "Parker's will' and willing other places. (We with that more of ---.
always summon promptly,
t b tw.; linnit' 01' alaploriinPtr ter. Mrs. Maude bungs to bgbt.'tbe core. Try i bottle. For sate at Harry SarpapariHa. For e&toat Harry Stew his ability would visit oar city. aod 1 lee-
when there
r..r Sa"" .service rendered is
I'r.u.tt"al EDUCATION u4 .....,.. fact that Jenny Ltod was always nervous Stewart's Drug Store. :art's DragStore. tare. JacksoevUle Fla. Metropolis
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.......I'MIIL by 1..U..c t.d-: te.a before events serious illness and necessity for prompt
k; t','UIlIlOItfl achird and QV Mlll1.m and overstraog Memorial Day. II relief. NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR Dr. Brown will lecture at the Lemon
,. t -., .' >> I 1.1. HU( 5.rilatlui' Fla. t U:uUrfra.Ha .i i NIGHT CALLS. I simply ak for that Street Graham, Palatka, Thursday eve
oratorio, but was quite calm when the Is not a synthetical compound bat b Next Monday( is Confederate Memorial
I ning, April 29. under the auspices of t
)lff Y .1i., Davis dh'i-I I. very moment of action atnved.Alta actually extracted from the finest quality Day, and we are glad, to learn that kindly feeling on your partjjthat! gives the Ladies' Aid Society of the Presbyterian -
t' netllt of Pare Norwegian Cod Liver Oil me your DAY jpatronaze.
thV I DOW going on to make
& r.'t t' appointment ae preparations are church. Admission, only 2.>cents
illite t" luntrh f.r/ the Sanf >.nl and Stomnnnv thereby represeotlrg all ite virtue, the annaoat mars of this beautiful C. ,

L. l4tPr" trr: Ike h/aei 1 + ant< Ihe m A combined with Hypopbxwphitea of tribute seme*one of deep interest to Chris. Stanton'* Enterprise.

t. Johns a|$ Late Eu..tis Railroad Lime, Soda and Manganese. Very pleasant our citizens. It is questionable whether Every one who tried it knows that Chrif. Stanton, well known in Pa-

1'. {mifcnyM tent System, with EVERYBODYi'EATS ; to take and aeo- table to the most Harts Es.euee 01 Giog i* the best latka and railroad circles, has lea.'edthe
citizens bavefgfven to this matter
1 1-.u.tb. our
hea < uanem a% This ill an
w ] ifoiienUi and alaS received tue blue ribbon
stomach. For _'e
; im.Hiuant;.. .1.f; {>oHin eni and i" H recognition at Harry that attention that the solemnity cf this Florida Southern fnuu ( Stewart' wherever exhibited. It Is a sore relief
.. Drag Store
of the 'lefts! ability .\f Mr. J&vip. service eant It is a beautiful and his intention to operate the furnace
For ordinar; tue tige.-
We lender
ooDjft.tatations. of for the benefit of the m whine trade!
Bread touching method keeping alive the
Lipsey's Miss Marie Eloise Gato, weD knownin tive organ Had i* a gnat t<4p in tea-

Jacksonville, shot from ambush memory of our noble dead, whose ing up the sytetn. Ask for Halt's, for generally. Every brand of casting will

; CASTORIA; A "FRESH" m that citv Tuesday night about 7o'clock 'courage and dauntless bravery have sale at Harry Stewart's Drug Store be done, and as Mr. Stanton protest a w

glorified on fields of martial fame, the to advertise the foundry extensively
and four wounds 'I
serious were
.Breads Cakes Pies. history of the American soldier. I Major J. I. Burton, of Crescent throughout the state, be will no doubt
.. ,. inflected by the assassin. George Edward -
Pot Infanta and Children. : I Our people should turn out en masse ,City, paid this office a pleasant visit receive the business he deserves. He ,
Pitzer also well known, is now
EVERY DAY. I and garland with flowers the grates toltv. The Major has been a sub is thoroughly familiar with his traut'
w xg in with the
; lr a jail charged I where rest the dust of our fellow scriber to this paper through til its hiving been connected with jonodzU.s
t tt it i it t t it the dreadful tome. The young lady
berose. changes for twenty-eight years. many years i t
9 not expected: to live.

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.I since the weld of LINES TO GREECE A dangerous malady ohoalo be treated ,
people generally,
x-In 1 I Feeble I Health visitors will judge Florida, as tJey will \ promptly and vigorously. Chhls and :r t

judge the other states, by the xhlbi- XiaUK )MATH*. f,rer un iertaice the constitution weaken -

lion they may make th -mselv< Oh Greece fair Greece.who fought for peace; and debilitate the body. Febri.Cura,
CUnable: to do Her Work Nervous
I hope the commissioners c every Thou mother of art and songs (Sweet Chill Tour with Iron) la DOOM
and TVed-! These Troubles
Candla release and forever COM
.. .. county will hold meetings! at t e earliest effective than qninite and being com-
Cuar. Gana ,:.a"io. The oppression to gross and strong I
day possible and notify m as to bined with Iron a* a tonic and blood
"For tu east: toot /tan I Five'alet 'r: whet amount thy can contribute\ and Thou didi freedom achieve thy people relieve purifier, is superior all other chill
feeble oealih, and: for two years p***., From oppression keen and sore;
owing to cbange of ctiutle, I have not what material in the way of OTA, flora, But UM Port baa weared, for which Crete remedies.bottle. 2fo Exceedingly cure, no palatable.For Bale Trya at

been able to do my; work. I wu nervous agricultural products, eta In l ct, of grieved, Harry Stewart's Drug pay.Store
and had a tired feeling and wu under the everything that will challenge the A veil of oppression one more.

treatment of physicians; ,but I continually world's attention and adtcirati, and And over her face M fan of grace, The J. T. & 1(. W. Railway Company
worse. My husband insisted on The PaMlme Porte has spread
grew my attract ImmlKr&l on.
is giving free tobacco
away, ,
The refl. which la dlllJt
trying: Hood's Sarsaparilla and I finally I hope to have the hearty cooperation tjrany may trail
1ml be stained shedFair plants to the line
one living along
by gore any
consented: ,and began taking it the first of and of the various -
prompt response
June, 1896. The first bottle did me so boards of county commit oners Greece wW lead tbMgh not for greed of the railroad. Mr. W. 1'. Wood

much good that I continued with it, and inhiviJnals. Of territory more; general freight sgent of the road, has
after taking four bottles and one bottle ofnoor. and of public spirited private But money will need ere Crete is freed. had a considerable quantity of young
Address Mats a E. MErtiiLL, For shi
|*and raHilary stores.
Pills I am able to do my work, tobacco
plants grown by an expert
and the tired, nervous feeling Is entirely Nashville! Tenn., Coinuiisstorjerj Fair Grace,them claim it is a shame.
and the will be
grower, young plan.s
N. ,Ga. Thy sitters rated by Turks;
J. T. & K. W. Tra ns. Who think it farce to gain a name distributed among farmers who wish
By killing with a dirk.I for them. Several different kinds of f
HHo dSarsaparilla
GOING soirrn. pray oa Greece,thou win soon hare peace-- seeds have been planted, including Sumatra -

Train 23 arrives Falalka 10:15 d m.; Yea,peace for ardent Crete. ,V uelta Aba jo, Persian or Turk-
Mat oppression ,
cease thy sitter release

the One leaves 1050 a. m. daily. \ And the Porte for i' ace soon treat varieties.-
gPmtfler. Blood Train 21 arrives l"alatka 12:20 V SmithTiUe, FUu, Apnl 19.1m. I

Sold by all drngglsts. Si; six for>f 5.Hood's .

Pills SickUeadache cure all Lfrer IBs 2S&and leaves 11.35 oonre p. m. daily.NORTH. \I Safety Comfort Quick Time Low Rates.

Train 32 arrivr Palatka 4:40 a. in.I ; aObSI' t

BASXEIIYILLE.Fla leaves 4-50 a. m U Finest CuUine and Service No Trantfet Betwe.n .fneiseeteIi
Train 78 arrive Paatka4: 0 p. m.; u
The Feeet u oompoeed of the foUovloc J&atfeoop: New.Ss.S ASs uis:
DAtEnVILLE 19. leaves 6:00 p. m. Syr
April &:; Trains 21 and 32 carry PullmanSleepers. M' Jp
Altogether a new and unusual feature -
in this community was the Eacter
services commemoration of Christ's Fire at JIannville i The People's Friend. In use for fifty years. OnTII-IJOV D.

resurrection, held in the school house The large barns, farm shop and can Cures Cough, Cold, Croup, 'Vhooping.- Cough, \
8 Seamen are sppoUtfd to tall aceoitttaf t* the t**.*. \
Sunday night. The crowded house gave tents belonging to Captain W II Maim, Grippe, Bronchitis, Asthma and Lung Affections.DR. From JACK!>OXV1LU. FL-i.,(GaUi.c at Charl.sour oa4a v,, 'AuaisysasTilraiar.TeuiCI1ARL104TON .

ample evidence of the interest and appreciation at Mannville, was totally destroyed J>y BULL'S COUGH SYRUP is sold everywherefor For, hoar of mOlng.Me. S."Clyde C.. Line". Sckedale.. .or>Jaekeo&Tttle foodi7Tvi Charleston: ant F ii data.L.ts.\y\ papeni

of the efforts of the Sunday I fire Sunday morning. The loss spas only 25 cents. Refuse cheap substitutes.Chew !"OtTTII-UO.T. t
school workers for the occasion. Potted fully 2,500, with no insurance, tins << ,MiWe Steamer are appoteted to ten frets Pier 3It. EutaUrer.Yew Tort, at 3 r m.. s.- r.Bows. i
LANCE'S PLUGS.Tht Great Tobacco Allfldol..IOctIlers or md.A.C.rbyer' CoBaHo For CHARLESTON.I4.c.. M....,.. W.eseadayand. | FI'Ida-s
plants of large palmettos and ferns making It a total loss to Capt. Maan. For JACKSO VILLE.TLA..stnin It at ckatle.toa)= 11..,..W.......i-,. and I'rWa11'

and a profusion of cut flowers, all The origin of the fire is a mystery }

tastefully arranged, gave a pleasaut air Captain Mann was in the barn not ten -

to the otherwise sombre surroundings. minutes bdore the building was dis- will Sell You a :..-. ._= Boston and Jdcksonvillc--Direct Line--Freight Only
S' '
Appropriate selections in singing and covered to be in names. Among the ",.3":". ".; Casing. at Charleston, 8.G.,U.th wan)

recitations, as shown by the following contents was about fifteen tons of hay PIANO ORCAN : : NTE&MEI2 G CO. W. CL "DE and D1IL&WAItE. j

program, were given: and fertilizer to the value of $1,500, I or From Foot of Hogaa Street,JackorhURSDATS. From LewU Wharf. Boston, ,

:Ringing -School.Heading. besides wagons, harness, farming For lets money than any house In the Southern States. We will de FRIDAYS.

tools, etc. liver it at four nearest railway depot or steamboat landing, with complete I .

Prayer. outfit, and sqbjeot to trial In your own house, and if not perfectly CLYDE'S ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE.DE

Quartette-He Is Risen-Rhoda Brown, The World's Fair Tc r satisfactory we will pay the freight both ways. We have .

S. Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Hanlon. showed DO baking powddrso Bargains auWSSS&m Pianos and Organs, ( BAIIY LINE.: ) ,

Beading Easter Proclamation-Geo. pcrr: or w great In /earl which have been rented or taken la exchange on new instruments.IfleaffMBjuVomuayr' The Elegant:iron PWewhccJ Steamer>

Miller. enla:power as the Royal j e wt11 aa. ". c 1tyc: : : s tot Qxi: Tines
IIlyualllrtnim'D1 s.eit U.ilc at Hilf prlci
Bedtation--Ilumpty Dumpty--Tom- I Trite**. t APTANV.. A. SHAW.

tote Minton.1iecitattonLItt1C. mat is the matter with Kentucky?

Eva's Easter Egg- It is reported that henry Watterson is Freyer: Bradley Music Co For Sanford. EnterpriseAnd

Eva Pierce.BoloJean Nazareth-. W. Han- about to leaVe that State, abandon Intermediate Points on the St, Johns
and take ) his residence
journalism uf and
Ion. Madeline Pollard :7EW Forsyth It.* IIr venH tll I E lli.I Leaves JacksonnHe: .................. ..... .......Jnnday 4T..e..,.art TiMnday at a M p n>
. S. A. in New York; that L3ay 3t.. Returning, learea Sanford 9 a.m.and Xnterprke'30 a. n... )1......,>. 'leclottd.ua f1 1 riduy
Easter Angels I
Breckmridge is to become a citizen of
Sfl7'nii noun UH-
Pierce.: Cincinnati; and a law partner of lion. Read frown. SCHEI>rtE. I ,.
Read r'
Bells C. C. MeCraney. I
Recitation Happy Judson Harmon ex-Altomey-Ceneral .. ... .

Recitation. Tommie Daj's Eegs of tary the Carlisle United hrs States already, while changed eX-Secre-his! :( {h aoyoa.m.Y"p"m. HiHHr-. :: : :.:..:::.:.:.:::::.::::;:.:: 'Astor St.r'slatka dissect.........::.N........::::/::::::......... i.Leave.: } ."'

.Sere+tterd,........... ... ... a'n
Johnnie Micton. residence to Manhattan Island. Why I. PLANT SYSTEM. Arrive 8.110...m.........::?:...:?:..;....... afonl...................... i" .JIO a.m
of Easter Eggs- tJI5. ....................... ....Ea t'JIrillCl................ ... .. '. t.JO m
Recitation-Legend this exodus from the land of Bourbon,

)t. J. Hanlon.Singing where the the mint .,"rows luxuriant. General Passenger and lieket Office, 204 W. Buy Street, JacfcMiBTllle.rt*.

Hallelujah He Is Risen- and the red juice flows unrestrained? YLILES T A. J. COLE, General ranxenger Agent, F. )1.1ROlo)10!'1;)[".J... Ito. .... Act.
4259 t Bewllrg GreeD, New JM West Bay H.JackMMTfTle,aka
Junior Membeis. But, remarks the Chattanooga News. M.H. CLYDE A.T.M. Y.ork.BO.. L.HOW'AH D, flft.frl Aft.
5 Bowling Gran New York I Ft. HOBM_St .JaeUoBTille, TIe
Reading-A Modest! Worshiper-Rose Joe Blackburn is still there. REACHING the Most IMPORTANT POINTS D. D. 0. ML R. 0. J'. A., 1.A. LESLIE. 0.rt.F .
Mfller.Rccttftllon. \ 12 So.Delaware ar, rbrad.ipata. .oi Bees. *'., .JadIlOD9111e. P 0.
THEO. (J. LOEK.T. M. 5 BowrfcK:Ureea KewTork
Easter Efgs Johnnie NotIce to Travelers.If -J.JN- ,

Brown. you contemplate a trip to any .. abanla, Georgia, South Carolina, WM. P. CLYDE & CO. Gen. Agts.

Recitation Beautiful Easter -Jesse point North, East, West, or to any
tS So. Delaware lT. I'ktlad.lpsra ..
Florida, Cuba and( Nova Scotia. Howling Green. N w Y
Minton.( Florida point for reliable information

Rc. Eastertide-Agnes Morpby. through rates and moot convenient Perfect Passenger Service I

Duet Christ Arose- Mr. and Mrs. schedules, write to the undersigned,
who will answer all letters promptly, \

Hanlon. and give you any necessary informa Florida East Coast R
Recitation The BHtmfijf's Mewgelledtatfoo tion.The
Fewness Keene. routes offered via the Plant System
-Easter LOtes-Lain Mln- the equipment and excellent service TIm. Table If... 9>>-In Effect April 14, 1897.

,.are unsurpassed by any line. .
ton. Through Sleepers are operated on al SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (Read Up). }

Recitation-From Fast to Feast-Alice trains of this System, insuring luxury, Ke Not: faTATIONt* I oi33s o I .

omfort and : convenieea. ...... Lv...... aeksavlll... .... Ar. -ea .., s ...... :::.
Brown. every ...... lea! ...... 8Uv ..... Ar..Asgu.Hae..... LTAr lap.... i .......__
Quartette.-Tbe True Easter-S.Pierce, Address K. L. TODD, I ..... II ..... .... ...... L..ti&. A.gestls.-.At. .... '. .........
Division .IlLit.. .. .
Passenger Areut A..U.gat. 44Bp
R. Brown: slr. and Mrs. Ilanton. :::::: 112* :::: .::::' ::::: : ::: "-.duvetP&atka.: '.:::::: 43 .:::: ....: :::::: ::::::,r- Y
Jacksonville, Fla., or ...... 11 tunlliSp ...... ...... .... :.....-...PBtk...........LTLT .....,........... ... ..
...&.mD&4.What a GatheringSchool.God C. II. HOWARD, 101 ..... ..... ......... P.;*tka .........Ar. .... ... 7
and earnest remarks by Mr. City Passenger Arnt, Jacksonville r + I ..... ...... .. .........5*. ''*" Lv" .
seis .. .. .. .Lv..I.aH.teo..Ar.! ...
Will Minion, of Harlem, were then ....:. .. LT..........Ornond. ... ....A .....
...... .Itsl ... ..... .. .. ....
__ attentively listened to, after which ; hTbf! Land (If the hVv." ...... 11S .. ." .PortOreis.. .. ( ....
.... I .. .. ....!!!.lc.w Smyraa .. .
prettily dyed Easter esjs were dtatnbuUd "A land as fair as the sun fchmesupon" ...... I .... .. ...... Oak ;M1U. 455.. ..N.
.... 152. .. .. .. Ttt.ell4a ...... I I ....
of the
among the members -thus the poet extols the beauties ..... C ,...... ..w...... ..... ...Ct1f Poml.!... ....
.fcunttay KCbool. and of the .... 3 HpIWiS .. .. ... li ro+ .. ..: .. ..
ol Harlem's most prominent glories; scenery and climate .. .. .. .. ...... .RorkM e ....... ( .. .. .. ....
Many I of Asheville Hot Springs N. C.
people were present. '; 3 QltEAT EAST COAST IIOTEI, OWNED AND OPERATED BY THE .... 4 .. t+arao ......... I .. ,, ......
and the Western North Carolina
We are pleased to learn through the Moun- UEtaMIS .

eoteme of this,aper of the erection of tains. This is the most delightful sea PLANT SYSTEM.THE ...... / .... ..... .........I wbsmtl e.... ..... ... ......... ?at e
A new church at our neighboring and son in that section. Pullman drawingroom ....,..6 .". Lnale.. S43* .
...... t Tort Pier sao 'l'p
trogreMive little town of BoMwtek, cars leave Jacksonville daily 0:66 FINEST FISRIXG and nO.TIXG'IS THE WORLD I 0 F.I.. ........... 9V* .. .. .... Cs
and coocraiulate them on the erown- arrive Asheville 1:40 .... t ..........Jss'n ....... BSTat ............ ..
succeftsof their efforts in obtaininga pm., p m, nest ...... e : .......... .$twart........_. ** ...... ..... ... 34' a.J .
tag day via F C & P Railway and South. Plant Steal1.'lsl1.ip T.... lle I ..... ... AHeia .... IIUIVU ..... ..... r.... ..
place of worship, which speaks *o ern llailway. bide trips on re.urn tourist | :....::.rioiwf lje.a.d:....: .. .: IV
:: :: .
favorably any community, and influence. that tickets to Eastern cities at the small : : ill as------------------::::: -::::: "- "''":.VI'ert RlTtrr Jepar.:'''''. : SOteT 5 Urite .:::::.::::: :.... 1" ta

Asheville. ...... ............LIeo".r.. ..... .... ..i Cite
from visit ...... seas.. ......Fort L a.rdale..... .. 5 ten .... .... ... T t
What dots hinder BaD oen-D1e Detailed information gladly forniebed. Port Tampa, Key West and Havana. ..... ........Lemee tIt;..... I ..... ... ...., .. .. ,
doing likewise? A place of worship I* A. MHPMAN, .....: :: : : :::: .... .......UUml.......:. LT i ...... ...... ...:. sICi
it rreatly oreded here and by united F. P. A. Southern Every Week between
Railway. Elegant Ship A. VT. ftAIf<.1I. Trmlo JS. M 9!.... between Jaofe
efforts and the generous aid of those 12 W. Bay St,, Jacksonville snavall..e L+t. Aecvintiedkllj.Train .
rood philanthropic people, who are POPT TAMPA and MOBILE. f5e.tKa.| 1.1ITBffoSifLTTrNew tn'Afi- )rs. No.-- .1.1-):-io. 4. KM. W.w*.e MUml and Fort,
; lrnyrra..Ar.! 1 lid 5 f 9 P1.r..dali..sepsfiends e
list for BO doing the means to obtain I (SBu |LT... ..LeIr.H..Ly.. 11 tpj 4 Up Tr in sA. b.twe. Fort Pteroe nn<1-
material for the building of a chapel LITERATURE ON FLORIDA and CUBA mailed upon application.B. C .. .Or_..(" ,.... La'i' : would be forthcoming, the ground and I Orange Trees for W. WRENN. Passenger Traffic Manager Savannah, Ga. I Spill StaUr' 'Ora...W/....., ..,,11 I5j i. S Sw,(',.rat Tralv.daily. t.. 'ceJI&sad ,,,Saedar.mtk 01 s SLYAugaw

labor having already been willingly

promised. i Summer Planting. The lCt.c- 9id..trhe.l Sees..*, 4 j
So lt the lime be net far Jutant
when, with united energies, we will HARTS LATE and S\TSUMAS, "CITY OF KEY WEST." ; :

arBfMJf strive to obtain this (oog-felt budded low on sweet stock. Buds 4 10 LUDDEN & BATES SOUTHERN MUSIG HOUSE .; a ;

11f'tII-a efeap4 in which to assemble to 7 feet high; have bloomed thin spring. appointed to PerfwrMfcerrloeeafoHowi: e'P .
the God whose Meeting we all .
worship Mwxox.tmtt Excellent condition. Will sell cheap Lee re MIAMI 11 HO p.m.Wed&eodaT*and Saturday '
dories April. Address, Sav.an.nah.. : : GA.IST.thiLtIIE1) Arrtre YET WET 1:00 p. m. TlMndsy sad 8uixly, .

l C.ABTOt A- 1L FRIELANDER, -- Ix TeatTWEaTl:10j>.m.Tuesdays ndFH4 y.. #''TArrv.

!'b fat.* 11 rs ap9 S* Jnlerlache,-rOme -... } 1870. .MIAMI. ,:00 a.n. WeduldaJ..1td! Saturday .t{

t stgastan 9:3.. j.p.DECK WITH.Trafie I.D. BAHJIER.
(f Uaoafer. A.JIIR fes Paleuger AgeL .

f. rida's Exhlb at 1h"Jlf' I ,

Florida will tank an exhibition atc R i of the SOUTH

the treat T.DDtIok oeotennial, atNashxiUn. I
i th ,;_ :.'1ik. Rrtooh. GEO. K. BRADNACK.
J from Hay let, to Sovt-iub '
t R W. Bay 'tKA8IE8I' lanapf'
! lit, '*J-:. "oar off Shod Island\ mill,I he ><
T!.RK8. L.> VLcf( T IT.'MA
: :
f there with ('Mof tt-t'handso'Soest' bus' ; : Carrs'.ar-t T"ie-Mrt obtained Bad aS Fatertt. -|, :
.a.tedl.' MootaatCrite.
1 in.-" on the groi1 1 t-, *, will a nwjori'yof -rtrsOpssrrtU S.PsrtwtornceGP '() YOU KNOW "i.H.Tn.: >.o-.r M'NfT.V( \" I t !l :t I.cNI

the atatw. PI" -j ace baa mir-ady I]i .e:ir.an.eA mnd WaAu ore patent gtu4 a. Less Lms Ulan hwta I I PIAN. bt'-id ihe ot: I"' ten>"'ut.i mn..e-. '* ',;, <1 .it : r .. :' Ai 1T WON'T RUB OFF. i .
Mt'1t'.t'd! '. yo'h Kl.vida bui'diii: I MdeL dtaw.ag to pbeto with deecriptio. /
htol u ? j i'' u know ih li't-r' l v' t; 1' l t 1'w.asitary. KAIHO5IIXK"' IS
varied ". if .. V e advise, if p.tcaiabi or not, ins tj, : :: :": : : .. : : ; : 1. i l TEMro1Lti1. 1tOTSELCBs4OFe AM' "<'ALUH.
aud! l her great IUjj> 1 nn nrc O ks tdact.UtiMrBti teaR4. j> cwt nrktrett v a- _' ., u i i \ :: i
ntJiiz*l, will mark ( nr state w1iboo i I MOV ...V [PI AN E ER b fcfc\:; .if. -. ? 18. .pure, ptriDa. etit tied art i.JO P
Vrcjx-rly; hr9d1
tt'f a
sae 'r
IS U. S. sad foroga caoitlne*'; lit ,(, ALABAS-tINE I wall '" tinit. r*v.'y >r tbe
to the world ..8 the met dt siral > tut) cut tree. A4-be tt r to he T t'lJDL"4 .t; RATE:* IT: .\
of th. i.ll.'lomake !I. Cllffil'ari-"IL _---- For Hnl! t.y Paimt Dealer ':!t,,' '') n 11..._ ilkr
tfal and propp roM rn C.A. S1IOW&Co. .. ,
dfliK -- Ow lay. .t ...... .
W. ;
If' :;
l a-' :'roati ( 1'ian" that -rar ': 'ni V "a '' ; : and d 'TI.t..S lry.:1': 1. _
:. (nilarein 'he .taU.> r\- .... ,. ...' Clrb l ly.! rirr ; -A' .
-. .1 :- BoHr'frte --Sf a J *
'ae".OTe" D. C. J I
0. .. .. -r ... ,, 11) loIl''.set e+ one .A, . ,q yr.ro.er ... ._ t..yt.-. r
li! t v oul,1 m MI a serious iON to the.jv | --- a "" --- ;'" ...... ,, \._J. .UTI\f. c. r./ ...._ ..... .,;.. '*





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::1 THE TIMES-HERALD, APRIL 23. 1897. .


A $7,000,000 FISD. MUST LET 31Y FAITH ALOXE". When wear begins to exceed repair In :J::: I T ..Irx'T"I.zr.ETLT: : 'T".L.'T".L.'T".L.L'FL.r WASHINGTON LETTER.

[Mr. T. M. Rickards your body you are going to fall sick. The
of Boca Raton,
signs$ of it are: loss of flesh, palenees Tabules. from' Our' Regular Correspondent.

the Eat Ooa t. bM recently written Thai's lot an*lots
1 B. U Anderson, Esq., of this city It's 'Dough for all'to nigh shake: the winder la the ever- needed is food. You think jou eat Senator Gorman took occasion tor*

Q i edtioujo! the discovery of the $1- lavtln'tky; enough and yet yon feel that you wear Disease commonly earnest on with sllgt| jyinptoms, which when give the republicans a little plains

WO.QOO barfed treasure as Coral Creek, An MOM .'these here preachers alr-a-chang- out more tissure energy, nerve-lorce, I neglected increase in extent and gra lastly gt ow dangerous. F1 talking: to concerning their failure tr>

below Punta In .f.their tone. than your food makes for you. The difficulty If SUFFER FROM HEADACHE DYS- the fair made
Gorda. Bat-an I want to ax 'em is to let my faith you T lie RIPANS TABULES accept very proposition :
is that do not digest enough.
Mr. you PEP IA or ND GETION, to them for the committee
Rickard, who is a former citizen I And this is so serious it is worth sit filling
o this Tier's thIS here Mteter .Abbott-says that ing down seriously to think about. If pJt-a 9ILLI:>JJ. O jri3\T!Dor Tie RIPANS TABULES! vacancies and the oooaeqaeot failure to'
I rIti'
county, has the good fortune toown Genesis atot lOtAll' have A DISORDERED LIVER Fj
MOMS never struck the rock to make the vou can't digest what you eat, take a give the appropriation balls, which fail-
the land upon which this vast treasure water fl*ir; I few doses of Shaker Digestive CordialThp. : ? year C.I'LXXII'C' Ii BILLnW ., lea. 4e RIpASS TABuLES ed' at the last session, the prrprr' committee -
was discovered effect of it will be to increase your j scrrEu DUTBCSS EITMU. .
t and some two An so on-tat m ten you that he's Just a1.1IIIIIia' FF.roorruc consideration, jest before the

t t r.3tr:parties ago who made a contra with the .A..'an I ..want.scene to ax, him Is to let my faith flesh and fall make sick.you Proof feel that stronger.it is in control Youwon't stoxac.aa ALL. a1eaDgs'ri T Ire RIPANS TABULES'; F Indian bill was taken op. The total of

; have just uuearthed the It's these appropriations will be than
alone! of your repair apparatus. easy F'j more
I :wealth, whereby he -boald receive this for Takea R'pans! Tabales act gently but promptly: apon the liver, stomach
Iff bees-y staff&D' comfort light to guide enough to test yourself. : 73,000,000, aD one-third ot the treasure found. Since .7 feet: few bottles of Shaker Digestive Cor ;i and intestines; cleanse the system effe itiplly; cure dyspepsia, hsbiF a careful consideration of them *
mightresult \ ,,-
entering into this contract the excavators ICs led me as sweet- I dial.Sold by all drug s" at 10 cents per the first Jioitionot Indigestion, bilioimea, dizziness, diatrtttM after In a reduction of at least $10000,000. ,-

have labored steadily, aae have at It's been my only riches here-Jest all joy rye bottle. eating or depression of spirits, will saraly and quickly remove the r. ) )( Be said it was also time to
last been rewarded after of toil kaown. .!J :i
years 01 whole difficulty. J call a halt In the vast expenditures
and the expenditure of much So-allwants to ax 'em t* to let my faith The yearly consumption of sugar In
by money. ales,I Ripins Tabales are prepared from a prescription widely used by 7ioM authorized by Congress; that the limit-
resurrecting million of dol- is about 2,000,000tons
seven United States
lars.r. We',.raised the boys ap IJ1 an' teacbed the the the best physicians, and presented In the form most approved by -I:i iH II of expenditures on the navy aDd fortifications -,

girls the way or 4,000,000UOO pounds, which is modern science. I r. ought to be near, now that an
The discoverers as Mr. RIckards That leads from oat of darkness Into ererlast- to about 60 pounds for every :
equivalent If given a fair trial Ripans Tabalea alp infalliba cur- they eon- era of peace seemed to be at hand, and
writes, are maintaining a small army Itg day, man,woman and child in the country. tale and !cal r. '
that he
nothing injurious
An'up in that etd Bible every one of 'em has are an ecoao remedy thought it was also time to
guarding the treasure and will permit I The quantity of salt consumed is about r. 'limit
grown, expenditures on rivers and harbors
no person to approach Ute scene of So-all we ax the people is to let our faith 1,900,000 tons, or about 2,000,000 ONE GIVES BELIEF.A He closed by saying that the

their operations. atooet pounds less than the weight of sugar democrats could do no more than call
a Mr. Anderson has been retained by It may e* things read sideways in the Bible, used.
F the attention of Senators on the other
t Jlr. Rickard to recover and secure hU but for me- A quarter gross box will be sent, postage paid, on receipt of 50
rm hv4dta' of the Lord's hand when the night'stoo OTICK. ,. F side to the urgent need of rttrucbm -
i share of the and thus two cents by
great find dark too see IAn
I want every man and woman in the nt. Ills not expected that Mi. Gor--
citizens of Marion become He says Hell send his Angel. lest ye feet
may shan tech a stone. United States interested in the, Opium Ripans Chemical Co. man's warning words will have any
J millionaires. They are to be congratulated -
So-an I ax the people is to let my faith and Whisky habits to have one of my effect but all the lame they were timely ,

upon their good lortune.-ocala alone books on these diseases. Address B. 10 Spru eStreet: New York K. Y. ,and it was entirely proper that they
Mail and Express. 1 UUEi that It'll cheer me when I reach the ,
1 M. WOOLLEY, Atlanta, Ga., Box 382, should have been spoken by a demo-
river wide; Local druggists everywhere will so pply. ie Tabales If requested to .Iri
la the *the and will be sent crat. The country will heed, if the
Valley o SHadder. like a angel at my one you.THEJRIUMPHOFLOVE 1101lOJ7i
They lick to Act Save .Doctor's
I are Easy to Take Q aijd many a
DECLARATION OF WAR. republicans in Congress do not.

It'll keep XM an' sustain me till I glimpse the yj T_ r-ZT LSSS:Z T TT I..L.T S = Nothing in the eloquent address made
Athens, Greece April 18, 11 a. m.- hearteij throne:; I

The Turkish batteries at Prevesa fired Sa-an I ax tile people Is to let my faith -- ----- by Mr. Bryan at the Jefferson birthday

( on and sank a Greek steamer the atese.Thar Nappy and Fruitful Marriage banquet,a gathering of democrats that
BotMn' that Is .eeter-that kin .
will not be
Macedonia, this morning while she an'pleasure bring; Southern .. soon forgotten, was more

"was attempting to leave the Gulf of That glees a man a heart to pray, an'still a ZYW1 MAN who .,urHs the the GRAND Plain important or significant than the following

j. Ambracia. The crew of the steamerwas voice to sing: Facto the Old\ Secrete and words: The position taken by
So. let Via blot the Bible ou r.Just the best the New lM.co* rle* ol Railway.iBSOLDTELY the democratic party in 1866 will not.
saved by boats from the shore but rte known. Medical!Science a.applied .. -
to Married Life, who be surrendered. If you doubt the.
the captain of the Macedonia was severely An' all I ax the people Is to let my faith wowld atone
wounded. Upon receipt of this alone-Xxehange. Ii lice a.d .durp cbfau. ; THE SHORTEST ROUTE. permanency of the Chicago platform
*, should write for our
news the Greek Government Bent orders 1 wonderful little book as a party creed, go among the rank

to the Greek fleet in the Gulf of Bryan In Washington j called hood and"Complete How to Attala)(aoj THROUGH PTTLZJCUT. DRAWING &OOX: OARS, DINING CABS, and file of the party and measure the

Ambracia to bombard Prevesa. Consequently The following is clipped from tbe Entirely free,ia plain now we sealed will cover.nail one copy. TZIOHOUOH7A&S' : COACHES: TSSTIBULED TBAINS. Zealand enthusiasm which that plat-

tbe bombardment of Prevesa Washington Evening Times, of Tuesday \ form has aroused and you will realize

began at 6 o'clock this morning.A April 13th: ERIE MEDICAL CO. 8'FFAWRN.: : V.: the impossibility of taking a backward

-...- "Mr. William J. Bryan had a continous NORTH, EAST D WEST. step. True, the present administration -

Minister Loses Ills )l1d.A stream of callers this morning EASTER rOD THREE DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND THE EAST. is seeking to turn public attention

until finally: he was obliged to lake Hew York and Florida Limited to the tariff question but if our reason
flurry of excitement prevailed in refuge in Whither he betook ,
Wrapped In the pall of her sorrows deep slumbers ing is well-founded, an increase of tax
the congregation of the Al E Church himself for rest only he himself knows. Washington and Southwestern Limited,

South *t Fran as Sunday. Mr. Bryan will soon be tempted to LJea the crushed heart of a desolate world; And-the United States Fast Mali es cannot restore prosperity to the pro-

have "busy day" cards printed. At Grief,like a burden.her bosom encumbers ducers of wealth. In fact we contend

Rev. G K Heydrick, pastor of the present his only moments of rest are Low In the ashes hone's banner lies furled. C2TLT 81 HOURS JACKSONVILLE TO 181153105. that neither high!: taxation nor low taxation -
church after conducting the regular those of sleep on moving trains ..
express TO NEW YOBS
I Closed Is the doorway that linked earth with ONLY 27 HOURS JACKSONVILLE can bring prosperity to the people,
!service, and while the Sunday School and even these are haunted by dreams Heaven Bond VeaSboIad Trains oompoeed of Latest Improved Pullman Sleeping can and Hotel Die
of tbe next town Ills callers are notoflceseekere 'I ; tng Oars through without ohange to Washington,Baltimore, so long as an appreciating dollar continues -
was in session, suddenly sprang;; to hisfeet Broken the hearts that had throbbed with delight ,New fork and the EaaL
but one's friends are as I Philadelphia to give the money owner an ad-
and exclaimed, *'I'm not dead! I ; "
importunate as officeseekers, if one Is Hearts that had worshiped with anguish are "THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED. vantage over the rest of the people.
am Jesus Christ!," and at once commenced William
Jennings Bryan. riren. SrtU TettOmled Trains from Jacksonville to Cincinnati via Ererett. Atlanta and Chattaaooca The money question must te the para
to embrace! men, women and e e e I Crushed by the gloom of their hopes sadden ONLY 24 HOURS JAOKSONVILLE TO OINOINNATL mount issue of the next campaign as
children indiscriminately. Tbe excite I Mr. Bryan took breakfast this morn I blight.But
ing with Congressman Robert W. ONLY 25 HOURS JACKSONVILLE TO LOUISVILLE. it wa of the last. If the Dinghy bill
'c ment Jhat ensued is better imagined Davis it is night and the mantle of darkness Direct oannectloa for CHICAGO CLEVELAND INDIANAPOLIS DETBOIT 8T. PAtlT
of Florida
at the National
brines and
genuine permanent -
Hangs o'er the earth like the shadow of doom and all polau >iorta and West prosperity
than can be told. The congregation Hotel. ;
At noon be left the hotel with.
fled into the street followed by tbe excited out announcing his destination, exceptto Mighty the power that dispels its deep black- THROUGH SLEEPING.US JACKSONVILLE TO ST. LOUIS the democratic party will not be

that he ness Without Everett, and Holly Springs. in position to win a contest by op-
minister and pandemonium seem- say was going to work this obanfe via Atlanta Birmingham
: Mighty the hand that can the tomtvShould
e4 to Mr. Cannon and afternoon on his speech for tonight at ONLY 36 HOURS TO ST. LOUIS. posing it. If,on the other band, the
reign. Young the Jefferson's the sun bunt In its splendor all gloriousO'er
birthday banquet. Pullman Oar connection at Bully Syringe for Kansas City with the St.Louis Oar. Dingley bill proves a disappointmentto
Mr. Drowning caught bold of the demented the dark world on a midnight so drear bleeping Can dally Jacksonville to
ASHEVILLE ROUTE-.Through those who advocate it our poaltlonof
man and overpowered him. Could It svrpass the glad radiance rle+..rionsCrowning anclnnatl.via..&Asheville through the ,
that first Easter with 1806 will be strengthened, and pub
lie WAS taken to a house of a family Johnson's Chill and Fever nxrang "LAND OF THE SKy.1tI'or
cheer? lic attention will be riveted upon the

near by, and an effort made to recon detailed Information as to rates, schedule, sleeping reeerrationa, eta. apply to fact that the of financial
Tonic is a ONE-DAY Rise. oh! ye sad ones, the shadows hare vanished cause depres
cUe him, but all seemed unavailing/: say agent of the bomtuur BAILWAT or lu connection
lion is to be found in the monetary
gas brought to the city in the Cure. It cures the most Daylight tuth dawned and the darkness is L. A. SHIPMAN, Florid. Pac Agt, 812 West Bay Street Jacksonville Pla.J.M.OULP. system."

and Judge Coxe was requested fled; % W. A. TURK s. H. HARD WICE,
stubborn case of Fever in Go to the tomb, but its prey' is relinquished; Senator Nelson, of Minnesota, although -
1 writ of inquiry as to the ftani- Trafflo)tanager GFaa Art.J. Aast.Gea.PaM. Agt.
Seek your loved Master! n* more 'mengst the Washington,d O. Washington, D.O. .&Atlanta. Qa a republican, is In smypathy
tmlnl1ter.. Pending the Issue 24 Hours. dead. .
JAx I&. 197.
with the efforts made by the democrats
of This writ Drs. had
Cyrus and Miller
did He suffer death's terrible
Why anguish.He
in the House to amend the tariff bill by
the minister under examination and the Meet Son of the Fatheren nigh
THE DEADLOCK. the President
authorizing to suspendthe
the did He and
on their suggestion tbe minister wa Why on eros sorrow languishh.Why
taken back to Francis'under tuffideot: Frankfort. Ky, April 10.-All the In the grare dark and seal did lie list collection of duties upon any im-

watch, with the hofif that hIs reason members voted in the joint session to- Oh I by what power was the gtorious Matter BUY YOUR po:tcd article the home product of

'Uy. The vote stood; Hunter 63; Brovgh to tW world front that bright home which is shown to be controlled by a
wtfultl return, and no cause would existto above tSu1I'erlng
Blackburn 42 Martin 11 6 trust as he has notice e his Intention -
further deprive him of bit liberty. ; ; Boyle ; with sinners earth's grief and disaster F given (

This is an unfortunate affair, as tbe Sons, I; necessary to choice, CO. ertilizera made by L. B. DARLING FaaTiLizsR: Co; to offer the same ameOtlment
This is the answer the single Lore." when the tariff bill gets before the Sen
minister is young and bichly respected Entirely
Grains the! I people of bw ;charge Patterson, N. J., April 17.-Having List to the message of glad exultation free from PHOSPHATK: ROCK and are World ate. .. '--" J
been denied an increase in wages 00rmptoyees Rome to e.ears from the seraph. on high; Secretary Gage's answer to the Set-
and it. is hoped that he will recover in Jesas,the Sartoar. hath salvation
of the Kearney & Foote file purebred Renowned ate revolution concerning: the bases of
a few days. They who better on His name shall not die." as having only PURE BONE BASIS, and
works track today. order by the Secretary of the Treasury
We know nothing of the antecedent Tbo'lorawY1e the eoM sod raw* enfold them,
to Collectors of Customs in relation
history of hs family. Insanity follows Tis bat a slmnfcer so traaqvil tad sweet; Taking to
I the kw of betedity-and if there is Cleveland, 0., April 17.A telegramwas Death.with Its terrors,no longer can bold them, their PHOSPHORIC ACID entirely from Bone.I carrying out the retroactive clause cf

received this morning by the,Lead- Since Chriat kath purchased redenptton coin DARLING the republican tariff bill not being at
nothing in the antecedent history of theminister'
ler from Asheville, N. C., stating that pasta n using a HIGH GRADE FERTILIZER, like the you all satisfactory, Senator Vest offereda
*family to justify the
Mrs. S M Hanna, the mother of Senator Filled are oar hearts with a deep adoration resolution declaring this order to be
insanity, Ws recovery from this temporary Freed from tie_rileD of sorrow and sin. '
aeration of the mind will fol Hanna had died at Asheville, N C, Oh I that the joy.f the Master's salvation fisaack nothing, in supplying the Fruits and Vegetables with the without authority of law and in violation

low. from pneumonia. Mrs. Hanna had We.on this day for some wanderer might win. of the statutes and customs regulations

only been sick; a week, and was 84 Christ's I Ingredients concerning tbe payment of im- ;
great atonement has opened the door. necessary, to make them Ship well, from
The Country' Editor. years old. Her remains will tx broughtto way ,ort duties, and by a bare majority of
Cleveland for interment. Cnto the lost who In darkness still stray. referred
one it was to the finance com-
Verily, the life of a country editor i ia ie VTetootBe.7e1t'Ulllkrffl. the Msag of dry: Zone to Zone, and arrive to Market in a Sound Condition mittee tobe pigeon-holed.
"I am the light the truth and the way." ,
path of thorns. Reunion of Confederate Veterans. f* Senator Morgan closed his long
rather of Light,in Thy manson all gbwtoes. know to the DARLING'S
Uk bread is promises and his meatis The United Confederate Veterans Reigning tapreaae In Thy Kingdom above; Encourage everyone you use 'peecb in favor of his resolution

ouappointment will hold their grand reunion this year Help ns to}*tn In the triumph rietorkms.Triaaph recognizing the Cubans as belligerents

His creditors chase him by day, aDd at Nashville,Tenn., on Tuesday, Wednesday of Eastertide,triumph of lore. Regardless of any other Brands of Fertilizer. For by declaring that whatever action

the devil grinaelh at him in his dreams and Thursday, June 22,23 and this country might or might not take
Gov. Bloxham on Florida.
by night.One 34. This will be tbe largest and most Special Low Prices to meet the times for Cash with Order, towards Cuba the freedom ol the Is- ,
wood and behold Governor W D Dloxbam
subscription on referring
and written
important reunion ever held and the was in the stars.
It is rotten and and of short State "Florida in her ADDRESS THE....
soggy Nashville Reunion Committee and the to our Rajs- Senator Chandler's bills for the seizure 1

measure. citizens generally, have determined to ability to encourage and sustain tbnfty of the armor plants of tbe Bethlehem 4

lib"exchanges" are waded into in a do immigration, stands in the very front Co. > and Steel
everything possible for the comfort L. B. Fertilizer Carnegie Companies by
most merdleM manner, and be it dare- aad convenience of the old veterans uf the States of the Union. Tbe products Darling he government, represents a very

come to gtunLlie of her soil are limited by no fix 1' '
and the visitors. dangerous sort of Huff, for it U nl./.

whoopeib no the country politician Business" of great importance will ed rule, or product, but with a diversity dent that they are nothing else. That

who gets elected and knowetb demand careful consideration, such as of climate, owin; to her peculiar JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. bese companies have been extocdon-

him no more., the best method of securing impartial geographical position and topographical O. B. '.' J';: TK: Agent. rte in their dealing with the government -

He puffeih the church fair gratis outcry; to enlist each state in the structure she produces to perfec- '. ,, i.-m.randa Book. is true, but that' doesn't
1i.iir": '"
and then atteodetb it and eifa bw tion in some portions of her territory
pat compilation and preservation of the dYe Congress any right to eoBUccate

quarter and receiveth two oysters. history of her citizen soldiery; the every fruit, vegetable or cereal knownto their property.A .

lie boometh his town aDd all thing care of disabled, destitute or aged veterans be useful in the support of men.

therein, and yet leceivetb no support, and the widows and orphans of Great stretches of her forreets are still number of liberal citizen of De-

and i in a prdpbet without honor in his oar fallen brothers in arms; the formation In their primeval state and have never LFUiTTRES treat, Mich., are about to presto to the
beard the of the woodman's
own rios axe.
of a bctevoknt association; the Salvation Army of their city a building
Two people and beptveth Vast areas of her mineral fields still remain
young marry c., ? of tbe graves. of our known and valued at 74,000, in appreciation of

them apreat puff, they goeth to unknown deal; to erect: a monumentto unexplored and unsurveyed && HIGHEST RGFS7 FLEIiSURE he army's work for the relief of the

housekeeping aketb not his paper Jefferson Davis and tbe other great 'whiktbe! wealth of her rivers lakeland *?pP QUALITY WMT *.. aoor and distressed daria tbe past

Yea he Is bound with woe and his bays have as yet been comparatively -
also assist the
leaders to m completion
; PoMOKA FfcURSERY winter. It is said the whole amount
days are full of grief and trouble and litUe troubled by the demands of commerce I LOWEST TH\\:
of the Battle pfjiCES
veiat.on. proposed Abbey; MACCLXNXY. FLOR15Z. needed has been pledged. Mr. Cari'onV.
and trade.
Instead of the 500-
Bat sorrow enJureth only for a night, to tote upon change of name frem I' Beards y starting the subscriptionwith
000 people who have made their homes ". :IET.." tell ma what to last. and
and joy cometh in the morning. D. C. V. to (', S. A., and to changethe I FREIGHT \ l" tow ts p aat It. ;. w* have $15,000. Secretary Alger is credited -
Hepkxldetb akmiand endureth in present badge or button, which is in Florida, there is room for millions in stoc. :a full line ci ererjrthing needed laTHE with giving 10000.

(patience and it is written that be will not patentable, for the new one proposed more, and toil productive captci'j PREPAID 'a 4 GARDEN OR ORCHARD.

receive his reward aLlhe, J\1j..meuL which Is, and to make such sufficient to support in all comfort I 1h 111 Peaehee, Plum Peare, PnalmiBona, Tire,
Mrs. F. A Hodges of Federal
And we believe iL Wbov.. Xolberriea,Oranges Gad Xoees an.+k..ew. : ,
'changes in the constitution and bylaws
and prosperity.
Point, is in the city shopping today.
as experience may suggest. BEAR_ ArIc THEN POMONA NURSERY,

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THE TIMES-HERALD Hon. John P. Wall, of Putfim-7 I coun BIG BATTLE IS RAUIXG.Orer Surgical Association. ,
ty. is the recognized wit of tie House.He Tbe Railroad Surgical Association of

PUBLISHED FRIDA.YB. seldom without .....lkIDlauhter. Twenty Thousand Killed at -
up the State met at the court house here

.-Tallahasseeftn.REMLMSCILNCE.. Mllouna Pass. Tuesday at 2 p m. Dr. Cyrus called I FEDERAL: POINT April 19. I ISLAM, Fa., A] \
THE TIMES-HERALD CO. Publisher --- Lat Wm. On of our Southern > .
week p.s Sa
Rojntou brought us
.- ---. Anthens April 20.-Fighting between the convention to order, and Rev. J II !
S tbe Greeks and Turks was resumed Johnstone offered prayer. eight potatoes thit weighed six pounds.We I "Aprff! croonen rer. ..I : \()nAnd

"FFICB: In DMB Pa8dinr, Front Street Some it a are now getting fat on potatoes. tears wruih. f- \ brio '
has said that Dr.
one Not
'quires this morping at Ravauni. Cyrus, in a good natured way, .
next: to Poet Office. i. -
half of a century to breathe life into far from Turnavo, northwest of Crises, introduced lion. Geo. E Gay a* the Lat week we attended 'he TobaccoGrowers' I;" ,', I.. ,. a ,0 life UK 1.1.\ w 1

IL A. B. McKENZIE PUBLIIIEI.PALATKA. history. Whether this is e exact a big battle i ie in progress The Turksare oay! republican rruyor in (o"lori.Iwbo: Convention that waheld in \ But cur F.orida Apr s ;, ....
Pala'ka and listened with much
measure of time required is n known attacking in greater force than yesterday would now extend to the Associationthe interest ward :ir .tiic..* of r j- ,\ .hI

as no standard has yet been eabH..bed. but the Greeks are making a welcome of the city. to toe lecture of the Professors shed her tear in sorii-w! c -, j ..

FLA., APRIL 23, 1807. But it is nevertheless true thlt occurrences .- stubborn retl @tanee.TUIUUf1I As the mayor arose 10 welocome, the who evidently knew exawhr; : !u r ev iaugh and dance ;:II I.-
in our national history bat excited I Association cheered. were talking about. WeT. r ac .'J"Jed! Ii
widespread interest at te timeof AJUTO ADVANCE. the verfu'lnett!\! nt 1 I.. : j t! IpttJ,
into signing; our name as a numb, r of
Claeona April 20.-It is expected The then spoke as follows:
BUnSCMTKKf RATE..O. Year 11.00. Six their happening were soot lost in tears plash down her i: A g :e
81.._ Cent*. Tbrt Moutfc, 25 *ts.jubst the surging waves of other evlnts and that a general advance of the Turkish "Gentlemen, it affords me very great association, although! we h.t\> no Those of our North'(! .
In alraaee.Vjfo II "-i 1fhi
4e e :
beta more faith in the of than C.r.
almost torgotten. This has peculiarly army toward the Greek frontier will pleasure to extend to you the assurance utility It fled from, th* too art.: : r .1t
M with reference to mark- of the take of the cordial and welcome of any other farmers'! ."@OCi.*>u"ii I Ia; [f'<:
place' to-day. greeting ; hid: '
Man: iiiisscil ml! i.'i' \
of t civil 1 KJ jI
to press tbe senatorial fight important our gr } tobacco growers would! CI.rub'lI'ul
the four thousand
OBEEK FLEET LEAVES PIRAEUS. citizens represented I t
,/ at TaliahMtee continue without material war.A. stick to it, they would no dotib1'" in the a t'
fortune awaits the man bo will Athens, April 20.-The firing at population of our citv. :iternrueut ....
change and prorate to be a long truthful good thing for themselves and the servant, Wa:. ; .j\.
eolrate and reproduce again a Aria has been incessant since last I I regret that our city is lacking in i bi i:
drawn out battle. The third ballot and unbiased account of thai trying night. The Turkish artillery returned many things that attracts the attention ; State; but they wou't, unless ilus week. She [Mused Uj'| .- >," '. .If. '
taken on Thurtday, ratuUed in tbe period of our history. Tries event I men are made of different stuff from but returned to us and .:..i uu .;et- t
its fire with increased but and interests the Bat in the .
should stand alone unfettered by any vigor today, stranger.!; be'Con frame a fresh: r j .;
lose of one vote to both Call and Chipley ,
otber matter. Who will uDder ke the the Greek defenders of the place received i absence of beautiful parks. elegant. all otber farmers. The combination Monday, so it l'M>k* (JIM[ 'r," tI-
Call being Mill in the lead with a work ? only slight damages. The public buildings!: and monumental IB ail right m theory, but is a worthless bright again.

total of 33 vote, with Chiptey having --m \ Greek squadron resumed the bombard ehafu of marble, that constitute much effort in practice. A farmer i is not :None of you haveo'( n ann r.-' ,
of the visabie glory of olher town and hyacinths, of course ? I l.j; .
only 23 votes to b credit. Both the TETEIUS ASSOCIATION made like other men. lIe harnesses .1. t }
C \ ment of Prevea this morning, and the cities, I have the honor of presentingto they are such a public n-a.a.; .' ;
Call and Chipky men are confident of For the Information of our raiders Turkish batteries were silenced by the you, gentlemen, tbe expressions of II up his male to a plot and goes out into one can deny their beau : i -- .

ultimate cucce, and talk of a big surprise we publish the names of the members fire of the Greek suns. The reek welcome of a people that feel his field and watches the earth roll be hard to imagine :a m<>nvei': ;\ ....

in store when the race narrows of the Veteran Association of the/Blue/ ironclad squadron left Piraeus today honored by your presence; a people over away from that plow all day; he than these untold a'n't'x f jufraei'e
down to within a few votes of a ma- I who admire tbe skill and intel : blossoms. It serves to u H'' > ,.
and gets smutty hungry and tired and
Gray : under sealed orders. ,
ligence f hat distinguishes the honored what a beautiful! guise a gr.':il CM 1; ". c[
Jrity. _ OFFICERS. TWENTY TnotraAXD KILLED. profession vou represent; a people when night cOmes he takes a wash gets assume. t .

Captain, W. H. Cyrus. Rome, April 20.-A dispatch from who extend to you in the sincerity his !supper! and goes to bed. The next There is constant coming and g.>
OUR REPRESENTATIVES First Lieutenant, M. I. Coxe. their offering the pleasure of their morning be is up by daylight and starts even in our small settlement.Mrs. .
In both branchea of our state legislature Second LienU-nant George L. Fox. announces that King George, city, with the hope tbat your stay his team again. Alvord has left us and t I\!.

are making cotninenadble records Chaplain, P. T. L. Qaaen. ; of Greece, leaves the capital for the among; us may be one of pleasurable away to her New York norma a all. <
for faithful and intelligent work. Putnain Adjutant, J. E. !Marshal! frontier today. Crown Prince Con- enjoyment. lIe gets his ground in order and the way she 'spent a few davs wul- .

eocnty is honored in having representative Quartermaster, William Ivers. \ stantine has assumed supreme command No prouder boast was ever made of plants hit crop; he attend to that friend, Mrs. Mitchell, in .IacksuUv ; ,
; the chancier of a people than that crop; he fertilizers it, be hoes it, he Mr. Kebberg's family, too, ha-. '
who command the of the Greek forces which
B reppeclof Bugler. D. Leiehleltner.KH:3lBHRS. are
/f made by the old Ithican when be said. watches it and he wended their way northward.Mr. .
their fellows and who are devoted to expected to the Turks in a grow, finally bar-
: : j engage "My country is a wild nurseland, but Van Gaasbeck left u% on Fr.iia\
the work of lBe'arinir wise legUIatlon C A Kosrer, 5th South Carolina Civ.C decisive battle today. The total lossesof thank God, its 'principal crop is men." vests it and puts tho product away in of last week.

for the good of the whole people. F Waldron,J9th Ohio. { the Greeks and Turks in the fight Gentlemen. we hope to show our appreciation his barn. Now that crop has been Mr. and Mrs. Gould, of Mas. a<'h -,

Their ability and ingleness of purpose A J Reynolds I0th Kentucky Caralry. ing at Milouna Pass reached 20,000. of TOUT presence among us, nursed and attended to until it become eetls and Mrs. Kline, of Amsu-ni -

have secured the merited recognition J F Davis, 136th Pennsylvania. that when you leave us, you may truth part of the farmer-Is pan of hIS oul N. Y., were with us for a ftw '
W D Allen let South Carolina. TiTLES DEFEAT GREEKS. fully while Palatka lacks recently. I -
that has been accorded them. and He all about
B F McGraw, let D. C. Salonica, April 20.-Edhem Pasha things that other cities have, yet it body. knows it; it Mrs. Merrill, of Ohio, and U.*
They have been honored with posit- Frank Johnson 3d Florida has captured Klrtspe and Hussein mast be aid, her principal crop is men. is dearer to him than anything else for I Loup, of Pennsylvania, both .

tions on important committees and are Joseph Price, C. S. Navy Pasha has captured Tano. All reports Gentlemen, I turn the key of the he has put all his mind and physical friends, are on the Island now, 'e
industrious in looking out for the interests A PGatlin,3d Georgia .1 1 indicate that the Turkish advance is city over to you, and with the hope strength into it, and are you foolish will leave us ere long, I bear.
? of the people. Alex. E Wattles, COth Georgia fast breaking down the Greek op that you will find your stay among us euou h to suppose that he is going to Well, "One by one the roses

Senator Darby has forced himself to Louis T Dupree, 7th lorida I position. one of pleasure.The allow you to handle it for him grade but another season will bring
J C L Basford, 7th Florida. I speech of the mayor was heartily and sell it? "Not much." As he back.
the front a* one of the leading mem- J W Maun, 13th Georgia Battalion I cheered.Dr. plowed and hoed he has figured the Yes indeed, J. F. and Hu

.!>era of the senate and it is a gratifica- II W Chalflnch, Reed's Battery, Ga. Quinine and other fever Burrows was selected to respond proceeds all out. If it is tobacco, he met and shook hands and it was

tion to his many friends to know that A J Garner, lit Florida Battalion :' medicines take from 5 to tbe speech of Mayor Gay. As the calculates so many plants to the acre buried the hatchet; but 'while
the service of his mind and great heart A J Yarn 2d Georgia Cavalry Doctor stepped forward tbe cheers of and so many pounds to the plant, and two and Buckeye were talking

Jias woo the appreciation of hU ooUbortrs. P T L Queen 6th West Virginia I to 10 days to cure fever. the association lent inspiration to the he is going to sell it for so much per gether somebody came up and Lbs
Senator Darby baa before Geo. P Fowler 8th Illinois occasion. The Doctor possesses manyof pound; and with the number poundshe very ferocious-looking weapon
him the oppoi tunity ol extended usefulness L E Causey, 9th FloridaJ Johnson's Chill and Fever the attribute and graces of the orator is going to raise it will bring him a Buckeye's hand (presumably
and no one doubts that he H Harp,5th Georgia and his response was worthy of the certain sum of money. hatchet). So it is to be supposed
will prove worthy confidence TVpua W C Alvers, 7th Honda [; Tonic cures in ONE DAY.We man and tbe occasion. lIe said in part: lie does this figuring as be toils in Buckeye has been constituted .. :
d in him.DAMAGE E A Hogarth,24th South Carolina; "That be felt himself honored in being the heat and dust, with his shoes full dian of the hatchet."

II B Jennerson. U S Navy selected as the mouthpiece of the of band, a swarm of sand flies round Anyway it was buried with th
: TO FRUIT AND VEGE S M Coburn, 2d Light Artillery I were ebown today by A. R. Baera Association to make respond to the his head, his hands like born and his understanding that either was to
TABLES. J P Bessant. 10th South Carolina bicycle that has traveled over 20,000 greeting of welcome from the citizens fare covered with perspiration and it up at pleasure. .

Norfolk, Va., April 21.-The heavy O Hammond, 7th Michigan Cavalryit miles and still in condition. of Palatka conveyed in the eloquent smut. lIe is working alone Ihe most And J. Jr'., let me tell vou sornethiop;
trod this frnit and W Bard, 95th New York is good I speech of their honored Mayor. He of the time, with nothing about him I was telling a friend of our truce and
morning destroyed Wm was to the of Palatka. but the birds and the insects and he said: .Now mind don't forget
vegetable in lower Virginia to the hers, 24 FloridaII When you are weak,$ tired and lifeless no stranger city an ; you -
l valtut of over a million dollars.lUittoBore Johnson, Artillery need to enrich and purify He knew many of her public spirited occasional puff of wind that will flop" where that hatchet id buried ; )'ou'll
r Md., April :t!. DLsIMttehes N II Thomas 21rt Alabama. you blood with Hood's Sarsaparilla. citizen, and admired that faith and the brim of his old palmetto hat, and want it very &001.1"1! >11, renily, I
I. from all parts ot Maryland indicate F E Reeves, 12th South Carolina Cav. your energy that had given inspiration to has nothing to occupy his mind but to don't think myself that it w.ll rust.

t that the recent cold snap playedhavoc J L Maull, 60th Alabama. Miss Ruby Bryant, one of Welaka'j their effort in evolving from a small think of what his crop will bring him But about that .' Correspondents'Dinner !
with the b oaooiniog fruit trees, AIoozo Dill, 129th Illinois beautiful and accomplished river village to a city whose commercial and what he will d<> with the money ?" J. F. says to tell you he ia

r nine bud in ten having perished Patrick Cunneely, Oth New York adies was in the city Monday. young aDd manufacturing importance when he gets it. lIe works and lives not joking about it. but Ian earnest. a
John B Cole 4th New Yoik. had crowned her with the euphonious within the limits of his own home circle and really wishes to have: it. Now

CKESCtNT CITY. W A Bohnger, U S NavyJ A telephone has ju.t been placed in title, -The Gem City of the St. Johns.1' and has an abiding faith tint all how many of you will join u* in !getting\ :

.. II Green, Hampton Legion the Graham Uriel l. Lemon street. ID tap name of this Association he merchants and .II! speculators it up?
DIRECTORY.Tnutxfer W C Livmasto Hampton Legion |l Number... 11.PINE. was glad of the opportunity to extendto "middle men" are a set of "sh.j>l.-rs," Each correspondent ruiu'lu: inviit' one
beat leave dock woes end of Centra George Wealhersbee, Second Cavalry j its citisens through their chief officer who ..'and ready to defraud! him out of or two friends, and, ol uuise, v' *
&venue fomuMttn with day tnOntoo J.. T. A Geo. L Fox, 1st Connecticut Artillery I the thanks of this assembly of phv- every cent they r1. That they eland shall expect the editors to honor itS
K. W. U. .. M in a. m. for oattl twund and I Alvah Young, IGth Pennsylvania>> TAR SYRUP iciaoa tbo had Just bren ten !ere,J n ready to takt1 every acivautatr! of has with their presence as t ih< tueof t'
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p. DI. for Mith U> (H m rCi. eeut leave -
Miller dock at T a. m. Mimilijt, Wirfneartijii and Level ett A Fox, HOih New YorkC and ColdsV.ek's welcome-to the piea"ur-"* HIMH.then\ i:;;ii'ntiice in: regard to grades :'n.l l niarkeis all. Let u* hear I Will' hit it
Aaturdafc: rcmrninc ",-.cr.,*, THewtays and L Goodwin, 171st Ohio Quickly care Cough I city gate; The name of Palatka! was I and be is distrustful and aliaid. correspondent on thiii-tion, ..t.t!
.5 vidar of e.eo-aok Ooln week. arHrl norta.*aa about. :.p.. m.Maifo .'i Lou Allen, Third Florida Drag Store. corner Second and i| associated with some of the n colActions He knows a dollar when he sees one. don't wait too Ion;.: In guuau' ".[1'
; g street
ontii. ...a. a. T A Hart, Second Vermout Cavalry of hi* Ii f. : i' waunit r i tinihhadow ( ; Ue ha got his crop, and when In- weIhe !'! because if we are to have a d-i: ," ".y
The..,1'1.Morruw.... about HooM-WUliMga*.. C. Norton T L JeDaer60.?. Second Kbode IslandC Gr"F r the finest EUJIN BUTTER of the Kttig-U.if pin,-" !;", i ci-; : dtol!Jar for U. he let.- it go hut he (the last of May or first of ,'lu"< ,10

pro.tirme M tearnmis, 3d Khode Island virons, M wuh au tiuert d 1 ru-i net, Hit.j j Wrtfi.s the dollar rkst, and is not ; oiug must not waste Loa many wetk
HftB':"'Mr*. O. W. Chamberlain rupri John Kobbins, 4th North Carolina in pound print, go toWALTER western limit of the city that he came (I..) trust it to middle men, senatois or jug about it.
to heaven than be fe ia..I! I preachers or He But I will J. >'. )l.&i. "
etr.PreebytariM Church-Rev. T. C. Pot_. pat- II Y Snow, 42d GeorgiaE THOMAS nearer going! any one tse.: mino warn t
tor. Service at M J* a. a. and 7.30 p m. every B Olm.tead, 18.'Jthew YorkC |: he ever would] again.. There on th" j I! _;,1'< .* 'little with uth.-r men that beI that Lord's liaj; hmbbath echoed, 5.16 a. .>.; Junior A Laltin, IGth VirginiaC j Ht'lghh-and in the ih..ltof htaudir.ijpinifc : I>ic mua a Mltre'iuul': and independent; there to eat corn bread he i 1')0

Society S.t'. i:. prayer Christian...,Ice.Kmteavor.7 p. m.S.W; charch p n.;prayer V. r. E Miles, U S Navy Why take Johnson's -amid the murnnr-ing !eavt-., he i: t.e will do his own work and bill owu mistaken. Just remember. J. v

meeting Tbirtday. 7 p. 111.QaroaICeY.. J E Marshall, 621 Massachusetts aw seven deadly musket\;: pointed at buino in his own way, and do U him Huntress 1. a (Oeorxia "girl, and
Preaching KfMeoopeJ every BabtatA..except G. H.AIM Ward$Avndar rector.IB George W Long, 7th Florida Oavalry Chi & Fever Tonic? the gallant and rave Dickinson. lie I'I I -If! to,>; and its not much use to try Georgia girls live on boUt > .u.at i
mouth, K MJ a. M. nerrtoe each Friday afternoon Frank G Ituftky, 54th IllinoisM aw the flash of the guns,and expected i 110 draw him into any association. or wheat,
P es. and auHiay Mboul every Baaday at a.3O L Robinson, 22d Pennsylvania Because it cures the to see the dauntless hero fall; but ami'! combination that hiss business: for a And that1 the reason they are a'l sosweet.

Colored Chnrchoo_Methodist and Bantfot. : C P Roberts, 5th Georgia Cavalry the tmoke and din of tbe conflict his! I 1i.tis. It never has succeeded. and I ."
Preaching and undr cnool every' Sunday.Public It 11 noble, llth New hampshire most stubborn case taU and stately form could be plainly: ccs no reason why this tobacc vrrowtr It has been suggested by a New York
le ee&oeedawbft.Bebowl-.js4* ntunth* tons for each U C Sanderson, 151st Ohio. Fever in ONE DA Y. seem as be continued to point out with I' ", association should succeed among friend who is intert'Kll'1iD THE 1

Private, *. 9h.al-MiM M. Brown teaclwr. Robert Wallace, llth U. S. Infantry. his glittering sword tbe path that ]led the growers any better than all the TIx .Ih.RALD and its .:eipondents, tI'
Clerk)Layor 14/ >.'l r.Marer-.I.(ffirague. K. HaUook.MaruUK. :. Henry Upsall, Light Artillery I to victory. In tbe conflict, the Doctor I other efforts to combine the farmers tbat we form a .' Correspondents'Club"

.J. Harper. E G Sackett, 2d Alasachusetis, Heavy F O Cochrane !spending few daysat I Mid, a ridiculous occurrence HO convulsed has been. and meet fcmi-annuaH I
MMnr-K. )I. HUM.A Artillery.Jas. his orange grove near We'aka.' I him with laughter that he fell That the association would be of pass the idea on for the rest of you to
.& (,)oll_* -M. L. Tebfcetti.AH '
... ..mij.-M. H. Whim VavM IMwea. J. C.vIIres.W K Mornson 13t.h New HampshireJohn from his horse and came near breaking great benefit to the growers, if they consider:
.Jn W. usfs aM U. Hitteataseoo.reMwM Ragtn, 25th South Carolina his neck. If tbe fall had proved fatal. would! enter into it in good faith and But this dinner is the thing jut
and< repair ahok CHy" hM hardwaf tear*eenn and paint fttorra More, hartw ding.* N Woodwortb 31st Wisconsin continued Doctor hushingyouug: stick to it, I have not the slightest now. There is Hobo/and/ Nobody andFLila
store, two netintarketa, UackMttth and repair Wm S Pine 31 MaineL Miss KATE lUCAS"lIILLINEI lad would have lost a husbaud and the doubt.$ The idea is good excellent, and Buckeye and Mignon and \
nbo|>, eawwULte* faetery,wafer worka cotton. II Rlley, Illinois Cavalry Confederate Army the ,emrtof a hut the practical woiking of u will be oh! I can't call you all by name. Gray
cla craw aaho
tin bop aM seri&.r ja D B Mills, 8th VermontJ Y I The responsive speech of Dr. Barrows and every farmer will go U on his own rooster!

CUBCSMT: CITY, Fla., April 21. J McCallnm, 24 Florida from beginning; to endirwr was hook. All of you who are willing to join GIt-
The cool G W Bell, 5th Michigan. I masterful in a'l that finene- elf I finish I am firmly convinced that tobacco write to J. F. on the subject, .* well
weather of the .lat few E Tappan, 40ih MassachusettsF And Goods. that di tinguihe" classic oratory, and growing in Florida will become a *. give your views in THE TIMES-

.dav i il qaiie reviving. W Tburber, 4Kh( Massachusetts Fancy justly merited the hearty app'm-: 'j cx- lUg industry and there was lead-I UtRALD.

Tbe reseat rains are the farmer Wm II Scott, 48th New YorkJ Ha in stock an elegant and diversified tended. time in the history of the State By the by, what has become King
delight, and hay caused smile to take J DeGasier, 65th Illinois! The convention engaged: in the work the conditions were so John? I've a trade for him; "last
line of all good pertaining to
the place of more sober counieiwoce. embraced in its official l it It will be the
F E Davis, 51et GeorgiaM tbe Millinery Business. program. g.iug '"to M oow. several ,go, a schoolgirls sav.
Much corn baa been planted and is dome I Coxe, let Florida Cavalry SPECIALTY: Full assortment of A paper was r. .Ilt on the u-o f lcfl- \ ,'al" IK fore Cuba can do much to-1 I HUSTRE! :

well. W S Nugent, 49th Pennsylvania STAMPED LINEN GOODS and EM. hoi as a medicine by Dr. Burrow t >. it I want supplying the : >rllradn.o(1it I
We know of no cotton being planted Wm L Dolpb, 17ih Mich' an BKOIDERIED SILKS. WM an able document. ()'h<-r ini,.ort- would, appear from tbe testimony of
this" year. The reason for this U foundin Clark Stevens, M Florida cav Experienced Northern Trimmer in ant papers were read and t1l'II,1.. our expert thai some portions ot this Quinine and other /evermedi'olncs ; :
the fact that the cotton raised lat II F Flanders, Mh New Hampshire The Association continue! up ;<) a Maie are well adapted to growing the '
chance Department. ]
o DO
rat did not find a ready market, and A D Hnntk'y 7.h l'otomae late hour last night. We n':irr. awe thai \erytiuest grade iu the world's pro I take fronfr

when sold brought very unsatisfactory Edwin K rbv, ICOth New YcrkH have not space to gave a luu ac- duct. If such n the fact (end 1 have I
price R Lyle, 101*t New York count. I i-i reason to doubt ii) F'onda' has anne to 10 days to cure lever.Johnson's
Mr. Cash is making thing hustle at rt M Kradt lth: Mara Battery Palatka Harness Shop. There were about twenty j-u.\::.!eoni of wealth in her s anliy soil thai I
the ice factory, easily aching all he ha* il C Clark 'jah Pennsylvania in the Association and they imprest t.1 I "i i eventually eel her 01:* the huahst I II Chill and Fever

made *o far. Henry H lirvant, C S A Artillery -- all who came in contact with ihein as I pmacle of material prop -rity. Tbe in ONE DAY.:
The PierK>nt Manufacturing Company I'eU-r Cone, 47th Georgia- Tonic cures
being gentlemen of culture and char uidueiry require skill iu All its phaattt.
is pressing njjht along in their BO Earl**, 4th Massachusetts Hand and Machine-made Wagon and acter. The State of Florida is fortunate I him the ted bed to iLl final manipulation .
George B Downing 14th Maine Buggy hharn'ies Saddle. Bridles Collars
line of bwineM. ,
go right out in having a Surgical Association \ and at first many failure Florida Legislature.
n 6th Massachusetts' Hame Trace Chaise
Godfrey, plow
into the field of ,
competition aud battle composed of men that w'juld be a crc.littoanytate. amo the grower wid uo doubt beu.Hirud .
i with victory on their banner. Their John M Swain, 36th Indiana Swiiigte tree. Back Bands, Belly Bands, I a but the conditions for success Tallahaseee, April It.- The chief .
W H 54th Indiana
Cyrus. in the Harness
ability to fat their contract and the J D Point 19th Virginia anything needed line iSle ail here, and It only lays with the fea'nre of interest ia tL* House this
quality of lh" goods, is that which kept on band and.for sale, cheap, for William Cooper, representing a large !.I
farmers whether they will tbe
George W Hall. U S Navy cah. grasp morning; was a long debate en the St.
> iVt's the compaay popuh>ril\ house in New York I!1
holmes Erwin SI Maryland Artillery jewelry city, was I opportunity or ei ibe golden chance Johns county contested election. case.
v Miller, & Paxon IB tbe name ot anew E Hurner, 41t New York R. C. SAN DERSON i in town today. "Ciipe them. This an<.....la: :iou bat .
company, owning and o.,...ratmg a lolm Il WI Ol', Vicisburff Southerns. ; ---- 'has been formed wf.i !trtlo wake up which baa Meta laid qertor several : ,
steamboat on the Lake and Haw'reek. A P Fo>Ml, C S A engineer depart Front Street, April Wisdom. I a the people t., the in lutrif: nothing days, in spite of the report.of the committee -
t ).Jr. Iax4oa bill opened up a mruv turpentine J M Smith Dtektatoft's Florida OavH j r.H'-: :. :n.1 we shall wish It the gra aceS on privilege and ejections to r
farm up Haw Creek, unit has a 8 Hove 7'J> Maiue B-.t'&ery Opposite Putnam National Bank. ; Be sure that your !>n>od 1 i- purr vour I -u. ior?, and e..c- ,ur&ie theiu to (:ui -

large number (If men working 1 tor him. \V J Morris 4th Wirfi *fu* GrBaroeu Oil 91 gallon/ in balk. | appetite rnd, your th.t';' !' .n ; iti.t.j :' hOle it, even if they do no more than ', eat Byrne Staadford'j' substitute .
Hi* otill tll.1 l house* 1.-r :.. -u-r* are:: W A LI'riapto5t" Florida Per tli'ewinate! *Ufu infurnlaavu a to the original motion provided, in substance
To bl.Jt! xi au-i !liui-d may
j jmiify
L the ctetk thf head O Hale, 48:to New Yorkc jour up I *
uenr:: at f utCa: : ':ome to baud. 1. F. tbat Byrnes was Dol elected.
tion.fn H (ritehrirt 1 Kentucky ev Administrator's Notice.N'OTirK your btalih. \take hood'.artiaria., :! .
and that Carter be eated.!
( KepubHcafc 1)
1ri1h \poitoi: 's sic nuw tI. -!. i', d C A Oreenwood New J"' y Vole. j 11ns ni iciU': bas ai.roU'ri ::i-'i-!, d a.-- -

m here. W, I..v.u. : i I' .: 1 in is HEREBY tVrrALL! PCR- niaI5ahiirta -..1 '1 t .. ; :.... -. :MADE WC A IVANf Powerful "opecches' were Delivered in
; not rt"H3et T i. "r- ,-. \ .. "After year of dyspeptic miwry, I : b."tnc 'Ialm" aain4 tttt l:>tate ofDvWrrr : support; of the origtoal: mot'f>D lo silo; t
v C. ...... .. I; i- i ; Mi.c friu 10..1 i "
eat' late of WI IM .oenty. Zi lC."lT1"ELYCUBK
ocul'I lotltil I d- can at last good ..n re meal. without -! AJJ.K .....,.. be f th.
C 1 >
Krw York: dcecxed. tn. prent tit ***C duly f. I-J:....:>c M..g- report r commi'te on privileges -
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t 'J 1 1'' ht t .* ftuiinnij ; '!1...; :1'iii } : it* difttreeciiif megrmtefuilv ecJaimed -I(authenticated. within the tin* MMncrtb.d by :> :! ; .L\ : ::; ,!,. .as.::1)ro.es.1.: ., or ar..tN S.----w.i __ ..".,5 ClLt-.I. and elt: !.; ,j*, bv Halris of Mon-
q. hr
:1',1' l, i\ (110-: d.1\p, \\11. t I': whose law. .r payi-x-nt UK-mif lit! te harm hrthtsootlie mkey II h' :! 5rr. ; :J : ;:L' III i t.',. ,I li' ". ...w=-La".T1I ..... ., lJJ ",.4 ,i1-i-'
( one bad been nod tftooie
appetite r ; hidwbteij u> saiU btate will 1 S'Mstis of OCola!
f-t M,, "'Vj'i'' '\ the tia'.f. i 14.w.-e n.ak iiifimttat: payvwat uf the HUJI. tome .> h r.:" \ .'ur1.. ,,.1. c' y ;; _. .1 ;" 1 .1, ..... ; rt'thaye u ,
nstored by the oe of Ajers Sarsa- M l'QUi"i.&. .'1& ... avlDr.<1 '.l .. of Pataav. S'anfurd'e .
E -'i'
1'1 e is.' I ices iu t the .Vi.ir- .
I ,i-arlla.! LOTTIK m. OL ..nAn. tile .ii d ;\t r'ol. tnt <;'. .. .:, : ; ...r'Li t it z, ".
l\ v x v I ,.1! 1 IK i-r.L; L This remedy wonderfully lIbr}" ai'lT Ini .I..mj-.rralnx. .JlXi\ 'U"iIU"; ; '5.. h :j" l.'bu-d.!' hy a ToW

., --4'l-i I I .; :.s 'j t- the ij.pejite; and. improves d:;csOscir -1 stri-u.ti.: :I P 't-" :;.*. i-) -it.I Tlii rt.su1'' Wait !gr Ht.l with
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to Lrasl ir rr.uulbk estobU.d : : .1L -1 -...- ; !,iue. The fart |hat l n\ 'B** wu
'n -a1'iur o! the e..r..l.: i"ll.1! -1' .
Edt'T. who baa been the t in n.wWa. balUT '5Th.! an.l raens r.4UoalttrIDaHr& rt ia ,:> 'j:1. ..,.,.... j--\W ; bus by oo
\ ... on t:W' a! 1. L44M < wn tobeafh1 "\-.n
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.1- the 'etli'oriallilAt'f' of the. Jackcoovi I. Ciuzvu -l !> l envrloiw I.e :iixiuil. Star men t.abt..tletl I l & : t' I'of ; such
I .oi-t-( \ : cruwnin eveut :i.. i 1 'mnip of w spa wn' u: I ; 'L' ..ttlresi ":: cat in th tluiat any f''

"or \1' his'ory.!! C. i is now night editor of that paper ance bld(. Ctil

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- THE IS-HERALD Council lefts in Kepu'ar, Session. ing of new improvements, but when -
so large a per centaze is absorbed in

- IcrTrI' r.1. . .FRIDAY Oranges The City Council met in regular session the management popular' feeling for a """" '=:-Ib, Z &;_ > "" ':A
In the Council: Chamber Jut I government so administered becomes
enfeebled and all our
evening. A full representation of all I
one of their strongest aafeuard;:
Pala bAf., AIBIL23, 1897 are heavy feeders of Potash. the ward WAS present except ward G, II I have confidence, : SEE

L X Robinson! being absent. your ability and your I
Potash marked influence .
exerts a the 1 give to the interests of
After some preliminary word various
A i tiO M//'I t 4.1' lot'CODIe< bort due ttre pro payable nta on the quality and quantity Council proceeded to resume the workof wise and patriotic ( I

> H t of the fruit. Florida soils appointing foreman of the street is, however, one pressing
e til f l is mart bit UPfttl8t'r that I deem wine to urge >ou THAT THE
m' 151' I 'i letter. being largely deficient in Pot force-a matter that had been postponed Mder and make provision for-

Tilt TIMjRALD COMPACT. from special meeting. I tension of the cemetery round8.I
ash of
a heavy application a
Box S P&Le? A. FUHUBA. Levi Brown the only dark hone in The existing conditions of !

L fertilizer containing not less the race, wa noticed sitting well to I terv render it impossible for a : I FACSIMILESIGNATURE

}>AY. than 12% ofActual the rear of the whitened' walla. The secured not one being left
Many families have
star on bill breast ahowml the reflected new : + t:
U. '' bf Cleve 'ni.l.), Ohio, manently in our city during
Potashshould ,
rays of light ga jts. year, and when death :
< "
7"l ac ,J 'j' :tlon as sti i .rapber: He Apf>Mire<:l in due nonditjoa, and a homes the question of "( I -OF-

W I1 t U ,;bf press Company.W' ) be made. The best ooofldenee born of prospective 8'J''ees s reeling place for their loved I .

; '"i ,01 i I T of Crescent: CIty, M bung upon his broad and massive comes a serious one. It is I

\\v : .' t t Mrs. B F. Adams, groves in the state will bear f vrf"Mad. there w held by the cemetery I A'I

id,> Ion F- ,f. testimony to these facts. Too fr nv sounded, and toe rageopeu.netl a lot of land for this purpose, .I '
weil-known .
a fact that
our ;
v ,: rm and family leftt An attest PnuMh< -'ts f1l its -11) retail n. in seruset.Brown dissatisfied. t ',
... with it as a
Ftri tnl a> the. bat fan IB UaKed Stmttt--n
t ') .\ Ga., when they I told ta a lank XH* which we f UWi aM wII spyaiaa trot the led and kept in the for the dead. The feeling, .7}l 5 I IS ON THE
fr*. to...7 f -.v.A..a.110 will....b w :
I ,\ Iriberfont. middle tie track and well to the pressed by.our citizens, \ *

Mila 0\ J 'ht, of Drawn IsI-li c&RMAS 83 Nuua KALI WORKS St,Ken York, front, bnt was doomed to be stranded sire that our I therefore dead should real

e. i ." i,.;.. John y, T :irbunilhool I -- at the 5th mile post Johns was pressing present ceoietary.cemetery be enlarged suggest WRAPPER
I Iali ; ;;: Jones the fleetest
L. !* Clay's him hard-but chasing surrounding. lands,
racer in the former rave, bad now fall at the time be I. :
Ann w has been oral I A pleasant eodal was given at Mrs. present
en behind, as though be was trying to reasonable sum.Believing t OF EYEEYBOTTTre
,' /i I bt welltttiu'l under the auspice -
ic Licb ts mi: Clav's Monday evening
"The tbat will
verify the scriptural prophesy, you give
: an I h a most flourishing of the Epworth l.. acue. first shall DA last, and the last first" well as all other matters "

':.:'III"' M Christie MI'"can ism The entertainment was opened by an The race was renewed again and with the welfare of the city, OF

IUD ?,'; :. 'Il., instrumental solo by Miss Mabel Bas- again until the 12th bal.ot bad been thought and wise consideration

11 v' sat: '>bride a hID;; pleas- sett. The rendering of the beautiful cant, but no final result gentlemen Your, obedient servant,

.* i'' ; t 'i vaturdimorning, solo under the guidance of Miss Basset The long content prompted a motionto OEOBGK!: E.. t.1

ac1' t -. in afternt'+'U.M' I furnished an opening inspiration postpone further attempts to ap : CAS'TO RIA

IA t' ..-if High !" {.rents! is to the happy event This was followedby point a foreman and the Council) proceeded PALATKA, Fla., April 13,1897.Johnson's

I'i', c 'I. ,. t to relatives a sketch 01> Lootfellow's Life and to appoint City Attorney.This .

:J 'ill I I .M,1' i cued to d l:.iv from a Standing M a Poet," by Miss Sallie motion, though clearly in violation Chill

[ SL, \ vi. ,' t frit in Jacrsoinihe.K : i Mabry.' The flee elocutionary powerof of :Jparllmeatary law as It contained .

; 1t a K of the Imp'," is inim Mi s Mabry gave charm and animation a material element not involved ver Tonic is a Cattorl Ii pet up In vat-tb. bossism ealy. JtU
sold in bulL Dent allow to salt
[ .. : cOC:,. I to her beautiful tnbute to the life in the pending action, still it was Cure. It cures the Jot act tnytking site on tics plea w yrauiM aajw that! ii'jut

S 'J'.aI",1.i .eH Davis left this and poetic character of the world's seconded and as a further complication II M' si pood Sid "Vffl aatMr trery yupow. -

tn. I. jg J 1't;i<..eee,wbl'rc he goes greatest poet. This was flowed by 'was amended and prevailed. This stubborn case of 1 ." ..QSceha' yes r' ll-d.. .T-.o-JW-A.

on professional boees.i quotations from the works of the great brought on to the track another set of 24 Hours. Tiifw-

) M;. 1.1.i Gin returned Saturday poet by members of the League. Mrs racers and for a different prizetheCity : Imlt!&tIt: G arct/lC 1n1 taa .
Attorueysbip. S. J. Hilburn and .. .
f'urn a \'lY t Jlcant visa! to Jack- J. X. Walton then interested all by k If 1ITtoH.
... Gee P. Fowler were booked for the Np.w and Popular !(arth.uK .. 1 ,, ..
C ti'le.1i1rs. her excellent reading selecting that .
race. Tiey went over the course ten
II O. Han, of St. Augus- pathetic event that has floated in song different times, and the race was "nip naIITS OF COLUMBTJS"
step by Geo. H. Fisher is an
and found in all the languagesof
tine arrived in tl city today on aT.,1t a place and tuck and by motion was
lent for the
to real: m"s. the earth"Iliawatha's Wooing finally declared off until next meeting.A .

\\II! It w' .1 1:, ofiacetRonille, has Mr. Vickers sang in his incomparable message from the mayor antiother written in six-eight time, and BLOCHER'S.
The Bridzt." This is numbered a melody that is attractive and
bee. m tb vis style communications
ei o \ fag relatives for a important were
ing to the ear. It has also
of the finest productions
few da)8. among one read.

('. W. r.I I,M.on> fe colored oyster of the world of letters, and the All bile ordered paid, then the swing for the two-step dance. at correct prices.

and fish mrrr'...at central Lemon deep and pathetic sentiment and suggestive Council Ijonrned.> lished by J. FISCTIKR & BRO. : I for Waists and
ftimilies contained in the due Bible House New York. Price
6"reu I is i"t.,1;tltI.&tingor the purchaseof MAYOR OATS MESSAGE.

the strawberry nutation of Mr. drapery of the subject was handsomely To the Honorable President and J. F. Sheaban formerly

Itlgdon at' Peniii. brought out by the rich and well-mod Members of the City Council: chanic for the Plant System
ulated voce of Mr. Vtekers. Mrs. M. the elective Collars Notions.
Kai, url South' wifiand little child GENTLEMEN-Under High Springs but more I
W, Stewart Urine This ,
sag poems. prevision of the law that gives corpo- !
ar-iv.d" mIn t city Hay from Savannah wm another excellent selection and rate existence to our city government Petersburg, was in the city

Ga; S 'tut old fends were glad; was rendered in a style that added I I have again been honored by the suffrage ing his many fnends. i '

o '( e him hi bavig resided here greatly to the interest of the of our people with the duty of performing I _

rut \ ..ar ';':. '. lheare atoppiat; Mr. William Tilirhman and occaion.I tbe functions incumbent its Can t out any more value in

Jin. Gray-. '' O. Hamm pleased ever one executive office. of jeans pants than we put FURNISHINGS
several dnets. The affair was one of ,
i In anew this responsibility
.* L Fe nn and Fm CTa't! the accepting BUCKSKIN BREECHES. If
and a feast of intellectual en I
pleasure I would be recreant to my feelings: of
11' n't t'' Chi ''i','if oxen, wi re IU townvner.lay. joyment. Much praise is due Mrs. I gratitude if I failed to make mentionof can show us how to spend .

: ',i L'edeiiauu wore ouR day for her kind and appreciated I the kind consideration extended bv making them better we'll

of ihi. ]late.' 1 -'!ilrH a rev'riblp, courtesies to generously extended to the members of the former board of well for it. We've done our for Children Ladies -

wb.I' her lZuest.8.: I aldermen, as well of the careful and make them in fit I ,
i call c'litiu' il 1 tt five different perfect I
bos mit in in n.iLi'i ;', busines-Ilke management they gave finish. We'd do more if we ma.-tar!
interests' tender their charge.
I I the public ;
( Carrn<<; *, ", made a nhorl visit to WhytllkeJohnson's.. Under the operation of our city government I -- --- -- -----. -

'fi.'!'s (hto '". -i girt)-m Melrose 'I I Chill & Fever Tonic?-J ihf MJBal) QrjntttaUp" Of ",T.h on4 Georgia Southern is now
j "fnrr-ffoari- a. ermen Iricnfaes a por- At at the beat equipped and
r : '\ -Because It ""cures the i iI tion of the members of the formerboaid aged railways in Sooth. It is \
i S I \ t.ra and wife rttSnlell'1lfitem > 1
this! securing to each new Ins whose engines are S1

>1'truaniinahersthey have II I most stubborn case I IofFevcrinONEDAJ' bo ml a kuoien"' or diP transactions electric headlights, which ....
i v ii i.j: relatives. of the former year. This is a wise
duce the of "
possibility an a<
of the law of our cityfovrrment
provision organic
ji aimed in the,city Ie,,- !
I ( and should be of grat ).* eM latest and trend* bock hy
41."d, nnvate car and remained I advantage in the dispatch of business FOR SA.LE. -wiO.wtobttty now not and for!ai!' exclusively y;

dart evening. He was here Ao Appreelated Contribution. I II coming under your consideration. teII t years.i. TUoalrks2rvtalott BdlMdbf r..ll.J'. Uamw.9aaMcbySa!u.m.; .

.. of his road, tie Plant II!I The f'),:+nviug 1 letter explains itself: I II In m}' lift annual message to lour One 8-horte power Upright .br Hriwp Jowpk 8. Kn of tbs ,of.. i.; Charoli.
I I : : honorab bod\ I made mention 0 Ut ...... U2.pleem illnrtretK' +. Rxeiwivq I I
System I N hn'ARY.N. J., A ri'.1R,1897.' One S-borse Hall pump, glmn. A booan_ for a:vnta. Most rmpwily
mammoth oath door and
I MESSI'n:.*. 1'AUATKATlHKS-HutALD fact thai a 1 book of&.lie..a,
blind factory was: being our OrW
(t' IlIlt'mt'u-El\'loeed: please lattodtat Presxtta .Oa1y Elkty-nve Cctrts.
s tm,' new soda fountain, from BOH ton, It is! a matter of congratulation Lake Com Fla.
t I #10 411.) Apply {400 to my account city f pctfltat 0m,Spsdfytaf Ttrr.tury; Ulrs4. N
which he will 'hit this, factory in now in "ucce *fal '
place in position in .
and tr (M) to the Palatka 08pltal.Itru..t
Mr.l I' operation. In addition to this other W. G. Tilghnaan made a W
drug store Immediately l for use. my arrangement" will not in-
important industries have been estab tnp to St. Augustine H
yesterday *
Garret has tent out seVeral thousandluxitatioas terieri with next year and that l..h.t1l I
I he aloe to visit vour office. in 1MS. lished. Our manufacturing interests noon, returning this morning. \ SALES. Of
and tickets for tat; opening should receive vour careful and considerate -
I Wi>hmit you success, I amSincerely
day which will be Wednesday 21M. attention.A .
yours, Spring is fall of terrors to all DOLLARS fg
sense of existing compel -
Mr. Garrett u a hustler no doubt. II. IlKRFERS.Mr *
I me to .ng eat the strictest economy constitution is not able to EE FIADE SEWNG THIS WORL
P. II. PhariH, advance agent for Ir-rpers is one of our old ibcnlicrs in providing for the necessities' of the sudden changes of .. ...made within tb.lMt few..at
Prof. Carraway, the arrivedin and for has visited our ; & in Ste days. Anotbaraold 17eop a in two
hypnotist, i years affairs the city. Many improvementsare other insalubrities of the .o tbe city :last night and ill getting out city during the winter. Ills voluntary needed and should be made, but I naaold UCIOPiila two days An Alc:;;.t .
put: the system in condition to .. antIiitWpaaoldlHtn h*.daya
I their undertaking at this time would : i da j:; ; Ooe >
aiverusing matter today tnr the show contribution to the cause of the needyhmi.'s d-s As agent in Ceatra1&.orR sold is t!aip. d
necessitate a burden of taxation upon come these evils, nothing is ;co a aiMioa w. stow aaenta and >._.' il >i':oon* rl
tomorrow tl\\,ht at the Opera. House. ; to light the fact that there are that they are unable to tive as Aver's SarsapariHA. the. laMtrMS which it eel r.,than is nothing in '11.

He is accompanied by a Mr. Long, of some who feel in these hard and beat improvement of our streets now. w.'*;'' jnnderDnltn.h will yield"lOCh Another proflta made. For$31.5IIsr-lOMapa*: oo

Jacksonville.Bailey pint'bins times for the suffering poor. and the putting in of a good drainage | 'jlia two 4ay; anotU $ *.7Sia t&rstOJrj*. -

\ Bobbins, TitusMlle, arrived Mi Tlorpers has the grateful thanks svttem are of vital importance to the. Dr. and Mrs. Lewis, of \ G COMPANY, Nashville, Tenn. R V'

in the city yesterday on a visit to his cf the':i 'Bier.Consllfflptioiim welfare of our city but these Improve- are in the city today on a
ments should be made substantial in -
parents )taiie> is looking well, and i their character ant I upon the best their son A. P. Lewis. They

his frieais were glad to see him. modern plan.! These improvements ping at Mrs. II. A. Gray's.We -- -

Dr. J Leonard Hurtcapluu-day-foot. I will necessarily involve: an outlay ot alarge P1ILL TO WCARER--'.
have been informed
of that ahould not be .
doQble-Joiutfd oachwhip wake sum money ... ..
yesterday i 4 Big Profits.
i demanded of a single generation. Some tendent Rich of the you
near hI- home on the II> i ights. ot the burden should fall on those who phone Company, that be has / idtr. Tl* Jobber an0 Stort I,.". ''. !
This isooe. of the largest lIf HUM kind are to enj'v| the future benefits of these
[tleted the line to *an Mateo, -wi iiwft NEW YORK CITY. 1
ever seen in I tinsection. The reptile; improvements.If' ,
Out-door Ilk and Scott's hellos at San Mateo are .
to have these
i!* c*.xhibit ou at 1'eek's .liuj Mure t our fit v i* ever im-
tail by and tot t' it. Emulsion of CoMtvet! Oil with provtmeuis it is evident that the money How ley and J. A. Crosby.WANTE. 4 COSTOX UtOE TO Q0t

Some of the ;;r'D-;oners of the fnitedV : Hypopbospfcltes have cured pledging necessary the will credit have of to the be city secured and the by I J I $2.98 SIC i SAQt(%] 7.5QPMC

tot> living in and out of the ('it". thousands of casa: of consumption issue of boncN. It might be proper for l O 1$. t. "' A *a .
ann whose f aims are paid at the Chii.ago I you to inquire whether the limit prescribed fir...."we::: floc. >' r c.
office in the (early $U ft*. They *.,.ontd waerse c..tiM a..w .ud. b ureM
ate recrtvtuir their checks in the charter laws of the city + .
i ., .. ,
<< to *M* Iris hnd 54th ,..,.. ... a n. r :"
cure old, Advanced cases tool government will permit the incurrence was *. :::au a.d -- 'S'54 < I O
TI! Dixie Flyer it! fast becoming market = -
; par top price for ; I Hfc :-C: : ':n :
JI-i must mtnam You (wrv /
f iw.Tite train between Mscon and all but not so many,nor so promptly. of an Indebtedness sufficient to secure JUtd WHITE EORKT ILPMBS> i ..... was vote .... I** ft*oo SIM*u to 4A1h.ttOM.ood.Ti !
Floida resorts. Ii III rertaiuly )oyeh'twn far ad- the needed funds If not, then immediate ALTCD ALLIGATOR. Write SKINS for and Ut t to 'S"""h. d.'r YOJI- tlt
is sad Far to Ieaoooa > .
When )
to ride oa.Quinine. I a case so action should be taken by you to ( UHJI8 Mj I eo .ti, r lag Pm'.. Cat .n ...;... U 23:
vanced that a cure cannot be obtain an extension of that limit. The C
and other fever I made even then SCOTT'S t 1 legislature being now in session, this apStm m ask. Be, Sew' <91-':;' : 1 hIS O

might be an opportune time to obtain I lID ... .... [ ] .
medicines take from 5 i EMULSION checks the rapidIty the needed extension. IN CIRCUIT CorBT FIFTH M e.n.hsWta Sayle

of the disease relieves the It mat appear to everone familiar CIRCUIT or Fu>*nu, IK 8rOtIIIIi I n.
to 10 days to cure fever. i with the opomt.on of our city frovetnnaent Rt.aat rid
the '
pains in the chat, rcduus that it in projecteo upon a plan PUTNAM COUKTY-IN + 1 wail OVet p 'I

Johnsonjs Chill and Fever I night sweats, aDd makes the that calla tor: an expensive mmf'IH'uttrt.y CAIIO&.I 6 KIB.V et at. ;,1.-I:Yet.anl: ':\
for the I.ft I. '
too so-
Tonic cures in ONE DAY.: cough easier. In these cases it Ifcnry! Bryant rd' .....:,j
number! of our r"1 uiation. The amountof ...
life. I TTad aM by rirtvcof a sal deerre : ,
comforts and prolongs n> ','1'l'n"''t'I""I' by assessment upon I U crown aM sale rendered tbs '. E.. .
lATH F }.'\' Mia! r: '. oi, : t. ,. Don't exxnment: with cures our i j'r'lp t r Y ,""lmid out for manage- : April, A. U ..-r Judicial, bY the Hun W A. i ,e j'l'mot, 4r y I
Judge of tb Stfc Circuit of .;: 'i .
'< I',; '.l.l't ;I" i sufficient to j --
uiauage .
Putnam rmnty and of rword ia ta )
:.,1. '. E. j lilt: ,JI-! h. Ill', that dest-oy the digestion. Pinyci I.-
h r f ; city of ten thousand Ire tB9aMQaaa j, "at bsae.ry -, .... .. .
pending, to Wftleb farads e. j!Irbjr -: .. .
o tiz: ; "! tl: I ,I I : : t3 tcrje: remedy { Iti I ,,' i tie records wiu showI \ laiftaat .aa4. i. <
nervy Bryant < .
.. I : '.... .!shines of the nffl- L enmf as $peHal Matitfr, appntna In R'. : .. ,
.. '
.1111'3 < .'Mli- i> ( j.I ,j.\: : v. v .. .' .cThz STAN c' .." n! ,Ue ('-a'tiou'tt to to execute the tame win .; 0..o l r. ; 't i

I IN: (.", t''dirk-': l \11'? r r 'v*.-T:: 20 YEARS.jt t t'd ,K ,. ., ._ n ,,",' in thr, e th">uandf. and*_,beat la hlalta.IMder in raCDala front of eou.tty.the C \: t--:: -- .; ; 'a

u. !n pt i'. .40M,) tollir! It ist the i : :
( l.' tiU, I i1: : ,N e'IO',; : .. fx 'or the nSougf ""jr "'t''' \ 4 tsider Wh'.lht>. a FEINT KOSD \Y IN Jl'NK:, : ;- :

\\nTi 1,01 HILL +I"', u .\u. .' .{ t'y vl dru.ss: at 50s. and : !p.. II C;..II u cJl. .! by lx"iii. 'be 7ttdA'I' of n air n "u-h tie ; '. f i. f' ft
FXIKi: i of: \1.\ !1. ''b': > ii.d! ibeic : d rni.1f'd |)r>irtT: : 1 ) .," alp :
I.i'.1, ,1-: $1 Toe o-TLhuin:itjtif at Lot :No 5. la JJ. -.. ,. ,, 1 f
1" 11"y..... ''-} 'i %e .'f \ .t""d on other lines betnc ta tke nty ;-. Putnam : -p fI s .
&oItIw /,
PINE T :yip sr\ r r S ,, ', I 1'1.. pt. : ,_ .ear UO'olmplaminlv ia FUtriii Mortgage sad Hook .>... at pa+pr.'i'rte T* I'*!! a ..<. 1 j / ; : ; It .-.'..,. i '.-'nr-r:.wr-,. I q ,4 f v '
.,:.tr. 'th,' i r'u .' I t .'tl'vyLx.nt'uif the' of Deed -H" at pan 4ri rrcunfenf -. ii! .r-', j I ey= :
k, a j kh'? ('!I-, .... I L It'R<' : I
ttis! ',u: m* I' i rc4V>nabe! portionof i .r I : {
Peek's dra. 1'> ore. cornw .-...." ., ,ud I it if ; ,' ;i aintenaace and build- aprs-td :-1 eoiai r

Lemon RUtle... \ i ... ..

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THE TIMES-HERALD. APRIL 23, 1897. ': t .

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AGREEABLE GIRLS. Try Electric DID Bitten YOU EVER as a remedy for< I I Tuft's Pills ru.Ita'rDi a JSalre. $I. WhoCans

Bottled The beM oalve in the wori. iwr '> *.,
"Ob, glrl; "I is my hat on straight? Dp your troubles? If not, get a bottle now The influence of thLhe
And doeta't hair look bad? n.-uises, gores, Ulcers, Salt Ri. .tulev ',
my and get relief. This medicine has been; Cure All shapes the course oonerationa ,.
And. ibis horrid old crown found to be peculiarly adapted to the: ': bores, Tetter, Chpte ::kmi'bllblains ., -goes soui tha"all
Is the worst fitting one that ever I : Corns and all Skin ..
in the form of ;
Whether pill powder Female Con aiten
relief and curt of all coming ages
bad! and ,
the doctor's for ; 'ms. p itivthr cures rUn. ; jay '
or liquid prescription a wonderful direct In- Liver Ills.Prevention
plaints, exerting confines of Eternity
required. It U guaranteed tu gre.
blood diseases is always the same- and tone 1 to
fluence strength
"Yen dear, your hat looks fine, mercury or potash. These drugs bottleup jn giving If hare loss of < erfect sati faction,or money refulu" With what cashere

And roar hair is Just too sweet; the poison and dry it up in the the.organs.Constipation yo.Headache, Fainting appetite i -nee 25 cents per box. For sale by should the Expect othe.
Aid your gown-wnv, dearest system but they also dry up the marrow i Excitable tckennan Jk Stewart dru KisU.BTJDWOOD.. guarded, and how the
Kervous Sleepless -
Spells or are better than Tutt's Liver
neat !I" cure. !
Your gowof perfectly in the bones at the same time. I Melancholy or troubled with fort be to ward danger at,

"But, gracious! I'm ashamed of mi I joints The give suppleness way to a and stiffness elasticity the of racking the- ''I Dizzy ,Spells, Electric Bitters is the ; Pills will not only cure but i if make her life he."Mother's ; .
Health and
self pains of rheumatism. The form raediclneyou need. Strength taken in time will prevent
My bat is such an old style, gradually bends the bones ache while! are guaranteed by Its use. Fifty cents i dend"Allays !
and Ackerman & Stewart If you want: FIRST-CLASS DUD-
'LOO at
lily balr \n nearly red, too. 'decrepitude and helplessness prematurely Sick Headache,
And my hoes-like I'd walked In 'I take possession of the body and Drug Store. biliousness malaria WOOD of Orange, Lemon or GrapeFruit
the dost a mite! it is but a short step to a pair of I dyspepsia, send your orders to W. F. REED, _,

i crutches. Then comes falling of constipation jaundice torpid Drayton Island, Fla. Best varieties. _n enr0115-|
the hair and decay of the bones -a con- Price
"Well, gracious: arn't you a dear? from bearing trees. So to $10 ness re-

And you, always ao pretty, iition truly horrible. THE TOBACCO COXYENTIOX, liver and kindred diseases.TUTT'S per thousand; express or mail charges: lieges the]

I bate to be seen with you, POTASH Contagious; Blood prepaid. mb2- ;\Headauhe.l
For people will jfive me their pity." MERCUR Poison-the curse Which met at the Court House Friday -; Liver PILLS _-> ,
of mankind-is the .Cramps
most horrible of all was fairly well attended by Citl-I ABSOLUTELY CURE. Fowler-Buchanan. and Rau

"Well, girls, I've been silent all the -'' diseases,and has always zens from various sections of tbe com -I I The congratulations of all our people n sea am
time; baffled the
Though silent, I've been admiring, t doctors. Their potash try. The presence of so large a number are befng showered upon the young; .-r" so pre

And I think we will do for the ball, I i'7 and mercury of farmers indicated the fact that I Card of Thanks. I and gallant Sherman Fowler, of this IIJI.PT' pares the]

For 'twill soon be time for retiring." I 1 bottle up the poison. I the people feel an interest in any project The members of the Ladies' Aid city, and Miss Mary Buchanan of system that ChiUta Is mac1f

go off they went for the ball, I 4 but forth it always again attackIng breaks-!i that possesses even a faint hope t to Society of the Baptist Church return Piqua, Ohio as a result of their happymarr'.age easy and the timf recov

Those 0h so perfect and sweet I s some delicate make profitab.e their lands, and thus their grateful thanks to Dr. Cnll for at Waycross yesterday. Boil shortened-many stroneei&

With their faces so full of smile, organ, frequently secure a reasonable reward for labor use of hall, and to the generous parties are well known in this city and after than heft afinement''

And their hearts MO fall of deceit! j t the throat mouth them and performed. The danger of convention hearted citizen' who contributed to both have a host of friends. Mr. Fowler It insures safety life of be

MIUIAM MATHAS.Smithvllle filling work in interest make last is numbered among the promising mother and Chit LI who hav
with eating sores.: presenting any new the supper and social given
Fia.MONDAY. S.S.S. is the I and rising young men of this city, and used "flotnef PA" say the
I. only grows out of the fact that the bright evening a success, the gross receipts

A known cure for this I. side of the question is always kept before being about the congratulations of his friends are will never be wiut it again.]
disease. It is guaranteed : $20.LADIES' confinement
being extended with of Ho other remedpbs
a sincerity cordiality -
*** the sentiment
*faiBMsi* purely vegetable people an unhealthy AID SOCIETY.Bine ,

B. C. tanning: is making a tour of ,and one thousand dollars reward i is, is developed, and when experimental that place their greetings on i a of its pain.

South Florida for a few days. offered for proof to the contrary. ]It endeavor fails to verity and Gray. higher p'ane than mere formality. The< A customer whose-wife Mother's Friend,!

The new boiler for the electric light never fails to cure Contagious Blood the previous estimate then discouiagetneut grace of beauty and other rare accomplishments says that if she bad to Arongh the ordeal
Poison, Scrofula, Eczema, Rheumatism, The following lines were written for again, aDd then were four bottles to be
plant was put in operation last nigh Cancer, or any other disease of the i sets in and the industry lac the purpose of being read at the Vet- that adorn the bride add to< obtained aDd the eool wtlO.oo per botUf, be'
'Blood. If have a blood disease, the interest of the event. would hT them." Gco.TOXPytonOhio
satisfaction. you Tbe convention
and yesterday was
perfect quished.
gave erans' Annual Picnic at Welaka April] -
take a remedy which will not injure you. Long life and days to the s..tb.M..,.. .f raa.QTT1 E naLTo
Mite Ice is spending a few this rule. sunny rip. '
I Beware of mercury; don't do violent an exception to 7th. Sickness prevented the author ExrECTANT MOt +'N "'

days on the Heights the guest of Mrs.E to your system. Don't get bottled up I Ii The people listened to information from being present and it was not happy couple I nIooabM uakr.ad..sad.5m* --w.
books free addrcs TMC RCCUUR co.,ATU II U.O*.
i Our sent to : ERAOHCLD
8 cr111. any from gentlemen whose long
experience read. We produce it now on the mentof
Mrs. B T Flowers fruit and confec- Swift Specific Co.. Atlanta. Ga. SOLO ST ALL", aaa-n.
in the cultivation of tobacco qualifier
its sentiment and at the request of The People are Convinced

tionery store has just been repainted, them to speak understanding, and i if the veterans, who will preserve It in When they read the testimonials of

n bich adds to the attractiveness very I Florida Legislature. the heed the advice the
people given, the record
book of the association:
.. cures by Hood's Sarsaparilla. They are
jnucb. I Tallahassee, April 17.-At the set convention will not be without profit. We-veterans of the blue and gray. wrtttei .y honest men and womenanc S. !{. ((2ILDS.

A man named "Rat" petitioned to The convention was called to order Renowned in song and story
sion yesterday the good roads bill was Seek'Death WeUkVi sylvan shade are plain straightforward statement
the Kansas seuate for permission to by E. S. Crill, President of the Boar
introduced in the House and read bits A nobler path to glory. of fact. The people have confidence In
fa.ope hit name, and the senate of Trade, who stated the object of the Hood's Samaparilla became they know PIANO D RTES
Then erst we trod io days gone by
aid: "Rats." title and referred. convention and that the first thing to. WhIle showers of evDets flew; It actually and permanently cures even

We regret to chronicle the Illness of The bill dividing the proceeds of the do was to elect a temporary chairman. )let death In every aW'fullorm. when other medicines fall.

Mrs Barlow Howell, who 1S visiting liquor licenses between the general and J. B. Hickenlooper, of Francis, was The noble gray and Mae. HOOD'S PILLS are the only pills to And IRGANS.NOTDNINCA .

elected temporary chairman, and Mr. A different spirit calls n*here.Love take with Hood's Sanaparilla. Easy
her mother, Mrs Moore. the fine and forfeiture funds came up
rules o'er this d1 play; and yet efficient
John Crosby of San Mateo, temporary -
Miss Kate Kirby left this morning In the House on reconsideration of the With cheer on cheer the welkin rings. rIA GREAT SPE

Jacksonville where she will visit secretary and treasurer. God bless the blue and gray. Thanks.
vote and was put back on its second Prof. Moody of the ExperimentalStation I' CItTT.
friends a few days. When taps shall sound M cB us heaee The thank of this office is extended
reading. It will be modified but not at Lake City, was introduced* : Mr. CHILDS ve traveling salesman
For the general grand review.
J Va.*ey toft to-day for High Springs, tl i the members of the Ladies' Aid Society -
defeated. and spoke at length on the culture, Hay we an tread the getden streets and tuner fur Unty years for P. PiVerlein'a
after a very pleasant visit to his family; of the Baptist church for cake
The St. Johns county election case curing and preparing tobacco for mar- Beyond the gray and blue.c. great )u.hern music house
in this city.T C.MeKnziE.Retimptlou and ice cream sent to this office. We Werlein madea
was again laid oter until today. ket. The Vroiesior took inside the of New Orleans. Mr.
II Anderson and family will shortly regret to matte mention of the fact thai public assertialbatMr. Childs was
No other business of importance was wide reach of his remarks the entire T
remOTe to the city from High of the Thro-gh Sleeper Cart many of the member of our force the best piano tuer in the city of 'iew
transacted. subject of hnd, climate condition of Between Jacksonville and K tn..* City<< Orleans.
Springs, where they have been reeld were absent from the supper!; and
THE CA tiC1S. sail, time of planting, cultivation,cutting Mr. CIIILDSkeeps the best and
The Florida Central & Peninsular
three months social but make
log for past. we are glad to recordof the South.
The first Senatorial caucus of the curing and marketing While the cheapest Pianos ver sold in
George WUkenon, of Federal Point, : and its connections have arranged to the fact that we had the cake and .t RYAN'S Mammoth
season has been held, and it is one< Professor none of the elements Headquarters
was m town to-day. resume the through-steeper line be- cream: of tbe whole affair. House FnrnUhic, Emporium, No. 37
In which public opinion fe somewhat of an orator, yet his remarks)
Lemon street.Residence .
Miss Bessie Lanning and Miss Maud. tween Jacksonville and Kansas City
divided. interested the that yew Musical Conservatory
people on a subject am
kia Braddock leave Monday for San The first car will start from Kansas 1eLar-
As previously announced, petitions! was new to them, and his instructions -First street,cood door from
M.Aeo, where they will visit friends City Sunday morning, 15th inst., at There I is doubt if any town in the tv'. store.
for have been for several days followed the will be ol
a caucus if by
and relative for about two weeks. grower, 10:50 a. m., arriving iu Jacksonville Stale of Florida has made more rapid PALATKA FLA
arc+ilated here, and they have beersigned Inestimable value.
May 12 U probably the date set for ruesday morning 17lh in-t, at 9 a. m. advancement than our city of Palatka
by about forty members of the< At 12 m.the convention took a recessuntil
BBC encampment of Florida State The first car westward will leave.Jaejclonville ; orbit k ll JQCTffi4. on the western bank
Legislature. The result: of all this wJri 1.30 p. m. of the famous St.'Johns .
t 6:45 tire* Not-
will Tuesday evening p. m.
ADd the encampment undoubtedly
troops, is the
ran seen last night The caucus was The convection re-as'embled it 1.30 t "Bread
be held at Tallahassee.We The route is over tbe Florida Central withstanding our already large number -
called to order in the House at 8 m and the Commit Constitu-
p p. m. on of business there has
the of .fc Peninsular Railroad. Southern Rail- > enterprises, '
acknowledge an invitation -
by Mr. Watson of Osceola, and MrIVhltner ion and By-Laws submitted the following been added. This Staff of
from the Orlando Board of road Kansas City, Memphis & Bir- one more enterprises

of Orange, was promptly report: ningbam and Kansas City Fort Scott a new one and was unknown until
annual ,
Trade to attend the teeth meet. Eat pure, b
chosen Chairman. Mr. Watson was e ARTICLE OF ASSOCIATION. his The first rt
It Memphis Railroad, via Everett- morning. .consignmentof
wg of the Florida Horticultural: Societyto some Bread.
put in nomination for Secretary and Article 1-This Society shall be called Macon Atlanta Birmingham Holly stock arrived by boat this morning-
be held at Orlando, May 4th, 6thOth the fun nine way to i
sleeted and then began.
the Putnam Tobacco Growers''' and one box of polecats. t' +%
and 7th.Mayor Several breaks were made in the organization County Brings, Memphis, Springfield healthy, especial In
Association. Its shall be the Fort Scott. without
object Through sleeper
ikroag, of Xew York, has icrited of the caucus, and this a warm climate.

Governor Mloxham and a aff to be ortunily was given the opponents op of advancement of tobacco culture In Put- change. This is the only through BiliousnessIs I superintend mv own baking, and

;present at the inauguration of the Col. Chipley to dodge the issue. nam county, and any grower in Put- .leepiug-car. line between Jacksonville know that for cleanliness and purity it'*

nam county may become a member oihe and Kansas Cilv.Health [ caused by torpid liver, which prevents digestion -
Grant Monument on April 27lh. Hunt Harris made the first move. as good as an}-and better than some
Association by signing the constitu- and permits food to ferment and putrify
W P Cole left today for Los Angeles lie! asked that the roll be called, but the stomach. Then follow dizziness headache Fresh every morning, at your door.
ion. f lye members shall constitute a
,California. lie goes there in the neglected to what rolL Senator

interest of the manufacturer of the Dougherty supplied say the omission, and, quorum.[ is Wealth\ M. J. LI. PSEY.r,'. -
Article 2-The officers of this Association HoodInsomlDa % rropnetor: & i Bakery.
-bon orange box strap,, for which with all due deference to his superior ,
shall be a president vicepresident -
with hm father he has been for
knowledge and wide experience!, I am aitAtbtDe

four year Mr. Cole has long been forced to the conclusion that his move secretary and treasurer and an r 'wt$ nerr.>u.
identified with the interest of Palatka a mistaken executive committee of three, who If( not relieved, bilim.3 ft-ver j It ]
was one.
hall be elected by ballot at the annual or blood poisoning U-xu, r a S
nod lntoaoi and in bit ,
couutv, departure Mr. Ham bad hardly concluded Pins stimulate the st Muwh.
neeling. The annual meeting shall beheld
we low a !good< citizen and fnecfd. when the tall man from Volusia county rouse the Hrer. cure beadnrii.dl77inp eon.tipatlonetc. .
the first Tuesday of each year. o' IKS S .i4 iiy al. dnuK' U
O E Peacock, of Interlacben, w* iofcie trolled leisurely toward the Speaker' The[ only Pills Z take niUi i Hood's bar.. M.td1s.FREE :
The dutie6f tbe president, vice-prest- TREATMN1 _
city Jut uiirht, dreeeed to "lily desk, pulling from his pocket as he It'CXY S IIXY, It D4T Yy"ORL

white 'I" walked the crumpled petitiou for a cau. dent, secretary nd treasurer shall be DO. E. WEST'S: What CE1* i yi'v IiEf ItiOR Diii!

I the same as in similar organizations.The VSand/ it rt set. it sn4 i.tetty seas wee, aR
.J'.iu 4belk)> w>'ut to Jacksonville lass" ens that he had been seized by various sec'etary and treasurer may be JEB/E/ m BRAin TREATMENT itaers tat: .ash n ti ,z e' "rxwwti ofdastee4

t voaiag: aad leturned on the midnight members. This he submitted to the The executive committee TIE: caiciMAi ALL OTHERS 1 ITAnCIIS, t ., ., r, .,o.. t Y'tallty. 1 1I
one isP.te.ey. i ,
person. .i o.tr awer
train. Jim is a dandy on the -4jjiUM Chairman as the basis for the roll call. hall act fur the Association betweeQIts 7 ccthonsed agenU only,to ear Week Memory ., cud rw, sad
Fanny Hani, colored, aged thirteen It was the opportunity of the opposition t zzinsee. Wakefulnee. Fits, hysteria, Qmei. and Old t; i
regular meeting, and the chairman flees. Nijtht; h.ewe, Joril: Dream, lick of Cona. ,
Tears daughter of Richard Harris, was several of whom were perched hall call when deuce,N TTOc.-.fes.'**F nde,all brains Youth rPEF.FT al'J m oan w.
meetings neces-
fcurued to death Thursday at her home ful errors,or C.J.:centre U.*i.f Tobacco Opium, Casbeearrl.d t*. rJ r Is.p.r.
about in convenient position while ary. The regular meetings shall be .'t Is or.whit.. .rtd*to UiMi-r. Connraption.tiaana. Rejoice with as la the Dis: nfJ. .i per G., ,sine
lu East JackbooMlleby the exolotionf John Stockton, who moved an if be IJ: -tfd.. IM. n. At store or by IDa l.11 s Writun sic. ,. r.Kr : esy
the first Tuesday in each month. bos: r ji'- $ .1t1 written enarantee JNw.e e
a kerosene' lamp, which she earned were bung on wires and worked by aiMibleaction ure *r. refund tuonrr. Kamplenark a'Si'iE1LA.e.d..aa. .'.+n .., :
Article 3-This constitution can be aJe.er..'*ming Eve dan'treatment with tu."i STEWS
too near the etoSe.Joe i, galvanic battery, stood, added to or amended at any regular : In oh$2nctp.... Persil O.* .arr.pie mil sold to When a man has suffered for years Sold by ACKERMAN &
Manner the ousted Alderman with book in baud :1 pereu it.toreorbyzriiLRed weakness that his life
note square in the ., with a blight.
by two-third vote. '
meeting label '
fr m Ward 7, n w said, will withdraw door of the ball the roll tt. peon and robs him of all that really! makes
noting call
EJ'tra S' ,seth frI" .1.1wnt..n
The report was adopted and a motion -
life worth living if he can avail himself -
his motion for I l ,
an an appeal, claimliglht and advising those curious in such mat Im 0
prevailed to make the temporary 1 t.,' .r. fut .il.auhond. of a complete cure. why not pos-
the precedent established in his tent that jour only true Democratic rganixation permanent.An ....,,t7 .' seas tbe moral courage to stop hit
S: 'J:; :..r .ut. J "hea
:nee being more valuable than the mucus was even then being: held in the opportunity was now extended to 'rM&r&ate..fJftftPJOor'r..we. downward course. you ,
fhce.JOHNSON'S. ( .Atat.ore D. fraud plant seeds, plant
Senate chamber. those desiring to become members of DiiaaL Af- eRror No C. O nor recipe deeep-
'. oo. If we could not cure we would
The rol called and
was thirty-two
the Association to forward and
aDd sale by ACSr.I.MA.t STKWABT, not send our medicine FRKE to try, If t
Senators Representatives answered sign the membership roll. A number Palatka Fla cud pay when saii-nod, Write. today, FEifi t

CHILL AND to i their nae Many more were of growers requested their names enrolled at this may not appear again. T tit

FEVER TONIC resent. as members.Addreees Always the best
Mr. Wolff the venerable veteran WEAK NEN 'tD.
were made by Dr. W. H. Ter ials eurywt ere

Cures Fever member from Ilt, called up a rMOIu.lion Cyrus, J. B. Hickenlooper and Prof. Notice .to Home-Seekers w FERRY a CO.,

In One Itf' bad some time before introduced Oscar dole, of the Florid. Experimental We will !send YOU by mail ABSOLUTELY 'w DetrtR Ylck.
1 to the effect that the caucus now FKEE in plain package, the
_' I Siarjo: Lake City. One of the mot desirable small \U-POWERFUL MR HOFFMAN'S
proceed ballot for Senatorial!: camii- The convention then
I adjourned. 1TAL it13-.>ORATIVE
C *t r.. IDT dates, the dci-fen not to be considered laces in Putnam eooaty te offered at with a leral guarantee to TABLETS'I
I: lliau, RlYft' AdVM.it*. I fiaal. Ii is no known what became of a very low price. care LOST MANHOOD,

Letters! patrni hAve been issued to the reoleti Rigi1't in Sight AddressWESTERN ,MEDICINE CO.. ELECTRIC BITTERS.

' ;: -nr.itUE .' ..i-l Mcam.hip comi : The flfbt is new fairly open, and 1M>- For farther pwticahrs, address L, INCORATCO. KALAMAZOOMICH Electric Bitters is a medicine salted

ui>', of St. A .ju: -tiLe, with a capital | nniof with nest Meeday night thefur Jure Saving Shown Rot X, Palalka PIa. for any season,but perhaps more gen-

<,f 50,000. The tfeneral nature cf the j j'IU j may be expected to fly in earnest Well egad yak OIT General Ceta real To r. L R. ha rbrrs.iet.e os rally needed when the languid exanneu -
$ of tli' i> .w i-tirupaov wi'i: ] bet, tsars: at Buyer (hdJ,. if yos Y ..L.me feeung
illHS Barbec's bin =
lj senator (fixes the pay of ..r :;r.ns ed.o prevails when the liver
ui'i 1 erat.' steam V fait I I send us :5 cents ia abC.a. :bM ..- Mw saara.d awn et fa i torpid and ilurciah and the
lense "i> need nf
.J 'v Q, members of tbe Legfotatcre at S 5 nays part postage cr ezpzesiBags.aa LING W -ry for as.n.a ......et...
?" : tar boa IH:"HU; the ports etyoJs lay and 10 cents a mile mileage keeps off idkrs. AH. ssbtWen Yaoskbuota sad Yas.Laeut.r.oYa.ae aZ OI'G&OO.+.. a tonic and alterative is felt A prompt
; of this
Bermuda anU see-I I '1'14 Dictio carp of Haut Values, cued.,m a..a.v.a..IIII'JI.LADIES nil medicine has often averUd
Rjihan* ,
: i rotary of the senate and chief r"ull of important infbrcutton nv I long; and perhaps fatal bilious fevsrs.o I

We*! Indian IsUwta, Sooth atoll! Cen-I the house aud all elective clerks. $5 matter whue"OU bur. 700' Pages.IVXto medicine' will act more surely 1A

tal America;to own and oMfat.edocka.\: j l per day: committee lerin, 84 per darior l.7.tfatfO:.a: tits cf <.Q0cxCitieies First-Gla s GJIJS J ] ) lauj G' 5. X "o too ncsCR. count enacting and freeing the sy I

cad of each. Crt FWX LE tee from the malarial poison. Headache -
wharves, and all other things necessary actual time right price RUN'S
sueesefol l operation. of the I employed; sergeant-al pleat only tci'7:tr : rake;cad wet FRONT r., PALATKA, FIA. i"a Sfeef! Pennyroyal Pills Indigestion Constipation Dizzi'J.
lor the arms, $5; messenger, $4; doorko-per.ls Git it. to Elect. Bitters. COc. and
The Ineorporators are II MlerJ $3 F1r"t-4"lu.\ work ate the orl..1 and bottle at Ackv jDian St Stew
bukness. Mazes. Jr. per d.lT; janitor U'; 10moOMZRVVAiU> it CO.. suaranteed. YILF.hCR Mi,arid 0.11 Dellf6'eld
R Parrot A G Hatalin and I chaplain $100 the rslrabl. ears Store.
session. in6.JUlysria; AvCtlca4: Work OQ&he ID&J'kec. Price 11.00: seat
A VS Smith Conen short notice c.cI : b,1.. .sold onjbj

Ackerman & Stewart,PaIatb, FIa. j

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:.. THE TIMES-'H ERALD. PRIf.. 23. 1897. \ t ,


COJnIISSIO Ens. John Uaneork. 1 day. Commissioner .. 4 60
coyyrr. C H tttteliritt.,1 day ooomiiMfoner.... TOO PALATKA.
\. ... __ E W Green,lor pa*| r LPe............. 800
A H MoCras torpiuiper Love) Fntch6 00 Waited Thoma
Georle Kno ....for pauper Sweat and '
OrpfAL rCoCKEDIXfS OF THE IlEOU'j KDinI'..... .. .".' 600
OM H eller, for'paoper Quick": ITT"..... 6 00Q. Views Meis Interaews
$ j MONTHLY MEETIKQ.A .F.Sprain, for paupers Hanbnry and ,
Loo rw'.xl, COG
The jjflooorabiti; Board of County R Sbenfaerd, for pauper Patrick::".:.:. 600 v _TOOUMAUI AJEB 5BTAIL PEALEB DT- _
8 O Milter Cut .. 2M
Co111mjpiopere met in regular session James Cannon,for iwttper paai Lompkia r usteen' ..:':: 2 M I Resume ef Sa/ins and DaUrs Boan'

Trendy John Harvey, (or pauper ClIne. ........ 150H I
> 1 1 !T7.Presety .
Apn! U C>ru.. M. !>.. forP.u[>er Owk S ME ed Up aa4 Ran In by': "' Ocr Groceries Crockery China
: S J Kenoeriy; chairman; VT ilu-k.. for pauper )teA at Williams ft 00 I f t"
S R esosey fcr pauper IVrry....... .... 8 80M UItI.lttlll'ScrlheL '
T W Thompson, John Harvey, John J Keancrtr, for pauper Birch 2 Mfi
S 4 _A Hanctk, 4T j : Giichrist, and Joseph D -. Peacock: for| auper Walter...... tfloM Glassware Tinwaj.

J T Price, clerk. WSMwart,for pauper MoUraw.... 290Jofvphrric THURSDAY. .
for)trs Lortng....-_...: A oo
: _Tb minute of the test regular meeting R E Nfyte. !ttr, for lieU ... ... 2 SO Stephens U I headquarters for fine ,
Joseph Price. Clerk and Auditor.... ... 31 60 I gro-
y : were read and approved. Louis Tope< Janitor ...... 20 GOISeDJ ,ceries. Prompt dell '$fT". Give me a WOOD AND WILLOW WARE
P CaUioan Cwutj Solicitor....... e2 00 '! ,
Communications were received rrom EE rtaskeH,Judge Criminal Ovurt.... 7>> 36 i call, get your money's worth and go j'

Or$. Gorton and S. D. Hollister, akin Plant W STrtern KBowtea, rent, ate of month Artvory work....'fiiceCrkf.rry ... .. 25 IIUo I away satisfied. You will find the store I PAPER AND PAPER B .

A L ROM, rebate on taxes 1816....__ 3 40 ,
referred to> the Tax Assessor, with C A Brown, rebate 011 toes 1*<6 .... 38 I
A M I'adicrtt. for pauper Nble,.February Mrs. G. U. Davis returned la?t evenIng NO 16 LEMON STfiE T PALATKA. FLA. ; W
Instructions and request to. report and March....................... 400 from Cordele Ga. where she .baa j
thereon at next meeting. J E T.ddy. wood for jail ................. 1400'Vertrees ; I
& Co, baolinc to K>c* Creek. 4 I been visiting her daughter Mrs. E. O.
Claim from L E. Anderson, show Venree R Co, wood for fall.........::. :1 -- -
IMUy Ad V4.'rtillH. priMlng... .......... 11 SS Armstead.Onr The Fountain of Youth.We One of these Keniitiful Paris Iat4 Ha
in? nis po'l; tor paid twice for 1895. Ordered 8 J Kenoerl v,pipoa for road Dist\o2. 100
that and _V .I...Uk_wl._", _I.AT.kn_____A .... fail .f**r wen u i most eminent phYlicl"ns! recom- all remember TO EACH OP OCR LADY KKAIlLKH. c,}
$1 he refunded to him
isii. aoooo the story of Ponce I ThlaapiMbanAalap.ntpasYhnpstterskst'fane i
clerk instructed to draw warrant for J E Bnru:printing' for Gouty'Svtttitor S M mood Harts Emn1 lon of Cod Liver de Least seeking tmotj tTitw tiru J T MUtun. 8 r.. read work l> tnet 4.. 1300( er--toal.plat"s'I silk orlsan'd nrealen
i I Oil with Hypophosphitea. For sale at the fetrttmia o( ,. .
ribkoa.imported m ( of as.awe
[> re : on top and
same at next meeting. J T I.ten. fcr, brfctea work.. ......- COOUABttMU i eternal youth; aDd a nderbackbnm,flue paro"teardate..Igiltorperrt ,,
.... 400F Harry Stewart's Drug Store.
ton, lavberforbridm.
we all and opal Omsmcnt lie' colors (jrf'd. J"t .. Claim from Theo. G. Ilonser askingrebate O lUsadiard coma i tons for tUreb. W at sympftthixewith )'" .tedel.e. v..r.l..rh."II.II C. :.. t
J C TtetriM. III an trey for March.._ 41408UMHDith.wpplle Miss Estella Queen who has been in him in his 'fo promptly s.'m ymr patrvnata *i d lnrlaenceamnryr.nr
f200 I assessment of
OB error in for JaU....,..- ... 14 96 I SearchYouth MrnAawe wil .Kt..l ,"IN Ir t.r N br.trtlralltrmre.ll.
personal property. Same being found C W D Toe, nwd work Dirt. Ko. 3.: .: 21 80 : the employ of the Everett hotel at j means so much. It ,+"' ,OU1ad4ft11At.....".-...'1..+eMd. ,
C E Home 5 .po.raoe.ytufWtr. "'. if "" .] 1 t.iin/1- V
Kvwton, stationery f or OMrt TVJ means more than S'.WI. >
correct, Clerk ordered to draw warrantin .... fir p. per i idoiigfci. .. .... ..... 280 j{ Jacksonville. five months returned life-for sometime vettiseaw.,\ and th> f? I .iMrMM ..( kn.. r i"'.ntMM 4 1 ,/ t
for >er Janes. :280 Mr feh btdy .<- his favor at next meeting for $1.70, :fa1A:for paai K J Uimd, e ijeU; j to this city last evening. life becomes awuriJlftI. pie sad stM yunr own a. i,.m. ]colon iWwInsl. (>n. ; r a

pauper" Jet aeon........_... ......... ... S 75 '. But otoarMraellestracrAerra.and "ur.eM.whyc, ver._+1 i-.e a ytoIUe
county's part. C H UUehristfor A lIot l D.. ezpm Miss Ethel Priddy is confined to her \-If yoath-with Lies14rl.rn A'U..ricaa N.le. and a rmpN .: .w p
.... ............ -J : Its abounding o< HooerMical Uom ISiioo Said 11M with Rash
Claim from R R Brown, asking rebate lie pauper Joboson 000 bed 4 A ord"" .
. C H A lebrl t. for Tom Dixon, expense I today with fever. --" tsF health and vigor, 11 y.n maid like to dart a sallllaery
showing by his tax receiots that puier Johnson.' ... : 6 00 "ti'i'. -. ,, elastic step a.._.( > mr awn awn bereme anlatiependent
C H 011cbfet, for "i' K ii.bifi.ci; Miss Edith Brush, of Dajtoua, accompanied ; \ ?" y .. flowing (cheeks, SMinlnyao MO- A $0.25raan
he paid twice for the year 1895, show- work District No. I.................. 31 25 i .M I and we will start j on. 2
.img his receipt from Collector. Therefore Peter Johns, road work l>i,tri t 4..... 2 W by Miss Maud Goddard, are 3 f' p __ .. j"/! .' sparkling- all If ro are Interacted In Btartiim a intsroij sore SntlSHLYTRIMMED ryAI
J N Blackwell Clerk Criminal Court.., 37 SB -- eyes we ados* t MOU "m.U . ordered that the clerk draw war- J W Hogan feed bill for March........ US 40 in the city Miss Goddard is en route covet frenoineyonth. awl fall tairir IoD.AdMmc
J W Haican, Bailiff at Jail... .......... K 111 I to her home in Connecticut. I t'4=At: .: E. NEWMAN &
.< taftU in his favor for one receipt, countf J W Hagan guarding prisoners .... .... 40 50 I IGrNew -- .. <'; ....- The weakness CO.,
I : Wholesale and Retail tiilliaws,
J WHaaaaexr *eCrtiBlaalCoart.... 9300 disease 'AT FOR $1.00
$krt ,1.&8 for next meeting. J A Germood. Deputy Sheriff......:... 2180M 1 line of Base Ball, Croquet I -- -7 or which! 77O3 and 2705 Frtiklia At... t S. Lun,Jlo.

Petition reswi that J. Williamsbe I Coxe County Jodge... ............ 11 M 1 ai s .
asking C 1 Rwto,Juouee.- 2100 and Tennis Goods. Just received at .;. ages people '

placed upon the pauper list; referrcd B PCalhoanoonrKtkm fees.......... 16090 m3- COCIIRANJC'S: BOOK STORE. time is not the result of accumulated before yean their; tNTEKUAClIEX COLrs. be was OT.rpowereiie was tail'u 1 >

to. Commissioner Thompson for The Hoard then adjourned. I it is the effect of wrong living and unhealthy to Palatka, and upon unmation was
Mrs. Uuell, of Bridgeport, Fla., is in blood. When the blood is pvc and mall nfined in the c:
at next
report pronounced insane an
CALL LEADS the Mrs. I. the body will be full of youth. N.
1 THE FIRST BALLOT. city visiting Meyer. INTERLACI
.. presented from S J Patterson Car Thousands of people who seemed to baTe county jail until WedJday when he ,.

road work claimed to have been dona LOST Ladies' gold watch, with lost hare their found youth it by disease and suffering was taken to the ..tun rat t'batta-
again through the use of Dr.
in 18U4. Referred to ex-Commissioner ..IE POLLS 33 AND CHIPLEY POLLS mall piece of chain attached. Finder Pierce's Golden Medical W"covry, the hoochee. It U belied that he wi.i!
FIRKIXS is too authorized
24 Mr. E. G.
YOTES. most natural and scientific
G P Yolverton for investigation, aixl will please leave at this office. perfectly of rejuvenator eventually recover, a: that the attack
the physical forces ever knows to
I of TUK TiMES-IlESALD at Interlachen
request to report thereon.Communication Tallahassee, Apnl 20.The scene m Miss Edith medical science. Agent will only be temporal ?
Brush of Daytona is
the house of HeprefientatlvesJ&efnighwas ( It fives the blood-making organs power to I ,. who will recetve tebecrip far few
from MIC. Ida M. Mrs. B. a
GUktt is
visiting the family of Dr. Estes for a I make new blood full of the life giving red aiome cJOHIrsOY'S ;
Johns asking that William lUdoujht a dramatic ofe;**ant it was one,'l I few days. corpuscles which drive out disease build tions, adverlUemeats, for the [>i days.
fresh tissue, solid mnscvlar flesh and
for moreover, whose political significancehas I np per.
be allowed ft JO one month longeras healthy force. It titutioaa
nerve fives con
pauper. On motion allowed yet to be elucidated. cents per gallon power, deep and full and strong round TIME TABLE.
Asjiiready stated In this five gallons for $1, at Stephens, out hollow cheeks and emaciated forma; Fr-ta. )fait S >uujfc Flatsp. ,
On motion ordered that a warrant for correspond- .
Kirby street. P'one Xa 84. de23tfC. fives plumpness color said animation.It n ra.Up..Lr.8JSft CHILL AND
fi. O be drawn in favor of Mrs. Corning tOre, the meeting was called in :ompli- does not make flabby fat like cod live t. .Ja VsanTUl ..\r. ".40Ar..

for II. James pauper, for onemonth. ance with the resolution introduced In J. Hays, of Orlando, is In the city for oil. On this people.It account. it is a perfect tonic 341. No. 1*>. N..140. FEVER 7W/C

corpulent 12 ..L9'.I'.aa ....I-alaUa.-. tCOpAr.141p :
the House some days ago by Mr. Wolff today. aids digestion aDd the natural action or: I
IOn the liver and by feeding the nerve' with U a..Ar.l1.01a.Iater1aeheDL9' U..L9'.l2.J.Ip.II
motion ordered that the amount the venerable member from Polk coun Our Homemade Bread is most ex highly vitalized blood Danishes nervousness :. O. FIRKINS,Agettt.Gotse Cures ;

of 16.76 be allowed and paid 'C. II. ty. To this gentleman fell the inestimable cellent. We also] have choice Graham neuralgia and insomnia. UILSICLO In One Day.

Oilchriat for care, attention fwd burialof honor of calling the meetingto and Rye Bread fresh every day. The "Discovery Where constipated"should be condition Med in conjunctionwith exists; the South and West........... ....ts.40a.in. t

Charles Johnson at Wjaka be to, order. Ex-Senator Call was the first wagon will paw your door Dr. Pierce< PInt Pellets. which are Going Xortfc... Bart. U p. m .' '
the moot mild and natural laxativein O.II.KWIVQ, Posuaaater. .,
to break the (ice and it is fair to I 12-lm. M J LJI-SEY perfect > -if
pay this amount to ibe roper parties.On only Ap the world There is nothing else "jnstM OFFICEItf. F010XA. *
motion otdered'' that the amount say that he poke with his usual forceon good." There is nothing that will do the __ :. i
Miss Clara Kenney, Federal Point, work so thoroughly, surely aDd comfortably 1ayW-lJ. 31. ConkanquaB. ep.
allowed pauperee be increased from corporations and Jeffersonian was in the city chopping today. IL Wallwr. ]>MONA, April 21. ,

*2.60 to =- *per month until furtherIn democracy from his standpoint. Quitea Marshal -D. F. Baker. The Misses Mrcie and Ethel Mor- y ... A/L. '
New and complete stock of Hammocks 1>. E. ra aek.
Under the auspices of the Ladies' Assessor-
laugh was created when the Senate
thou two of charming yanFi/
Croquet Sets, Base Ball;Goods, Aid Society of the Presbyterian church Tax o. eetor-C. A. Br *h.TreaMier 09 \:
asserted that he and James E. Alexander -
the matter of building bridget -0. 8.Walyp. ladies left last wnk for Jasper, whereIlk" ..
Bicycles, and Bicycle: Sundries, just re- Rev. Dr. Brown will a lecture -.
across Rite Creek; laid over until next were the first to bring out W. J. give on President of the Council-O o. iieoUs.sa, ->. they will attend tie Normal SchoeK k1'
elved at ROWTON'S. m 13-1 ra Thursday April 39. at the Graham Cbas.: FitMta Jr..
peeling Bryan ai a candidate for President. AliiM M J H Wyll, Mrs. Celia Squire and two chU4ren e. '

ID the matter of discontinuing a public lIe was followed by Judge Raney C. Carman, Jr., la looking terrible parlors. Subject: U Relationship; or, Oeo A. Lag, O Beilhtt, H O BaRt..*. W LYates. who have the winter with eIa l .,

road near Putnam Hall, on motion drtpondfot tod* What. the 'matter Oar Dependence On One A ober." spent home .
and Col. Coipley, who made brilliant ? Cran41 aee4S at CvKa, Rom first )lolly I tive in town, returned to. _their .
the clerk-was instructed to notify some dSenator CoueltousT \ The lecture to both arousing and inrstruttire ....
of the petitioners for and against this and forcrbie speeches. --- and will be (IliMirJll jnratf t&..... n:=- + 44 Koekfork, Ill., yesterd'.yIwrDraieyoFllkavtou / 1., ;

rAd to advocate their proper claims Dougherty attacked Mr. Canon The firm of G. M. Davis and iron, music and singing. Dr. Brown has '.LlS IChlpa ::r-. 1 N. TAl .

before hi+ Board at their next meet his record on the dependent pen tank manufacturers, are constructing L.det\'i.wj 'I. A A. M.-0.orfBlrklsma was with Sis l lai winter, return '

ing, when the matter will be disposed ston bill. The veteran Senator responded another 50.000 gallon tank for tbe drawn large audience. rod all have *, AT, 1f. W. L.-eYNdt, 9 crMary. her home last Friday. |j "t '

I Plant Besides this have gone away delabted.Why Meets eaeb TeoMay en or before fan moon.
of.The Ilr.rl
System. they Robert Keown and
rifle bond rendered by W B Pal'anpbie in a spirited manner, aDd CHURCH.Ceagregatia.a1Rsv. !& Mr. '

: not being, properly signed, the ebaUenijed Mr. Dougherty to a joint several other large orders take Johnson'sChill W. D. Brawn, pastor Kames attended the Sunday S 1 v :--

clerk requested to return same to him debate, the date of which has not yet WANTED-BLACK AXD TAN Doo. treaehtag servtee sdi 8Imyat 11 a ni, and 7 Convention at Palatka as delegates,

for correction. fixed. & Fever Tonic pm. Sanday ScbaelstlTtJam.CbrisdaB folks attended
been Apply or write to J. F. TE NEY, Several our young
Chairman Kennerlv submitted the i aMtearor. SJS p r,tMuulay.M. .
fo'.lovnug! telegram, received by him The first open blow In the senatorial Federal Point Fla. Because it cures the B. C*..... Suatk-R V. O K Hrydrick the Epworth L<*p.au-: atmo la:' Pun-

from '"tptroller Reynolds: contest was struck today when both pastor. rreMBdas ssrriocs tile second and day evening, and rejmr'nl :.t very interesting .
Samuel Smith who is in this
"}'ALLAII & KE, April 1, 1M. houses met at high noon in their respective visiting most stubborn case four SBdaj each roan Morning 11 o'clock; meeting.
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4'8. J. Kennerlv, Chairman Board city, made a short business trip to evnfag. ,-... Sunday srenoi oacn __y at; i* Miss Greene Mr. T rk and her T<
chambers and cast the first of Fever in ONE DAY laughter, MIHS Faniue M-I I > County Commissioners: Ocala yesterday. o'cloek a m. Kpworta LM M each Sunday at ,
"I ww esMtcur in action of Boatdupf ballot for United States Senator.At I fJJ9 pm. att Tuesday; also Mr R.'biue.j add '

County Commissioners, fixing date of 12 o'clock E F Christie, of Leon Unfurnished Booms to let for light A. )t. E. Ctwe9Wloli"R. Reed.a- his daughter, Miss Eta were down

tax sale for drat Monday in June or county, moved to proceed to ballot for8ftJ.aLor housekeeping. Apply to JOHN T. TANDARD PATTJIL.'i8.: Send for toir. Sw tJay Scaosi sad irsaehtag every anm Thursday. Ibt1't&
July bet not later. Monthly Fashion :Sheet.Cocnn.NE'a clay r0nsgsad .ape. Mis Lilla: Appleby !t
"W. IL RETNOLDS, without making nominations. BOND. ap2-tf. BOOK STORE. 4st Charea......-J'U1lt Ftepper, pastor Claude. Johnnie and Man Green, o*/

"Comptroller." This motion was tabled on motion ofF The Ladies' Aid Society of St. Pr..eWg every 000S4 Seaclay. Piuttland, are attending school: here r

On motion it is ordered that the Tax W Pope, of Duval county. The I Mr. David E. Murray, a younx and this month.
James M. E. church, will give a hC,"
Collector for this county is hereby au- Sweater: then announced that the hour : successful banker aid broker of Boston Renew your subscription it TilE last Tuesday evening a surprise ., .
. noticed and instructed to extend the die Song Concert" Friday party was eiven to. Mm time t'eek 4
had arrived for balloting and the roll evening MCS-UERALD through oar agent at
Mass., Dr. LeRoy
for the sale of lands for !! accompanied by aDd Miss Edna lerwon. The evening -
time tax to
July !.(, 1A97. the MOM being done by was called with the following result: April 23, in the parlors of tee Lemon Chap-nan, of the Emergency hospital terlachen. was pleasantly spent in playing

and with the consent and concurrence Wilkinson Can. ... .. .. . . 28 street Graham. Refreshments will be of the same city, are making a games, and our musicianfavored .y t

..f the Comptroller of the SlaW of \V D Cb\piey. . . . .. . 16 served free of charge. Adn *too 25 tour of the state and at present are the INTERLACHEN, April 21. them w1lhmnsir, which w.<4 enjoyed ,

Florida. W A: Ilocker . . . . ... 10 Mr. and Mrs. \V D Brown and Mr. by aUprsatiat. !*On after' the both of

.. On motion ordered that the Weekly (.eo. P. Raney . . . . G cents. quests> of Gay Brothers of this city. 10 arriTi they hale their hoateosgood -

Advertiser>e selected as toe newspaper n A Burford. . . . .1. .. 4 D:)n't forget that }Monday Memo Tbeee gentlemen are much delightedwith G W Hastings returned from Daytona night and left for their houses feeling

\ to advertis. the IMC nice! for the delinV M A Ifciallnski . . . ... 1 Florida and speak in glowing Saturday. H.t the surprise was a perfect success. i

uent u> of 1896. Iloratto Btsbee. . . . . .. 1 rial Dar.Ii our citizens should turnout terms of its incomparable climate and Mr. D E Peacock was in Palatka on Miss Jennie Baleom, of hector, N. R.

oa uouon ordered tbat the --lerk be James McKay. . . . . 1 and how their appreciation of the : These business Fmlay last. e Y., was in town last week. #

;inll1ru ell to forward a copy each to In tbe Senate the vote stood as follows cad heroes of the pan. Parties who I Herm-iropical scenery. gentlemen \tll o'clock Sunday morning a great CORREaFONPENTNOTICE :
will leave in a few days for the
the Senator and Representatives from : cannot attend and wish to send flower

this county a copy of the rotes cast for W D Cbipley. . . . . ... 8 can leave same at Mrs. Gray's who Kabama Inlands, Cuba and South Amer smoke was seen arising from Maanvillr. -

and against the will are properly
flih of October. 1896. IVilKineon CaU. . . . . 5W see C HAMMOCKS from 75c. to$4 We rack by the railroad track, boUt proved

Treasurer Vertreea filed hill statement A Ilocker . . . . . 2 Y rtbuted.Mis4 to be Capt. W. II. Mann's barn, blacksmith Meetly.PALATKA
of warrants cancelled for the Milton II Stably------------------: 2 Jessie Alexander] who has been are headquarters for these goods. shop and two smaller baikiinsrs. ,. ,

mouth of March, which were examined R A llurford .. . . . . 3RW visiting& friends iu this city the past COCH RANK'S BOOK STORE.
The loss is fl, OO to 2OOO, with no FLA.
checked oat and ordered filed.Treasurer April 7.
Ihvis--- . .. . .. 1 three months, left this morning for her
Yertrees also made statement The first shipment of new /gras nsursuce. This is a very serious loss A meeting of the Stockholders of '

of lauds uu hand'April let It requires 51 rotes to elect. home in Noitb Carolina. spring butter has been received at a: this time, when everything is so dull the Paiatka WaterVks.. ftj

1897: This vote possesses little significance, The Georgia Southern and Florida Gay Brothers and can be had at their and tines 10 hard. Every one in the i lieu of the Annual Meetft,' will l be
General! Revenue Fund . f 906 OS being largely eoroplirntotarv in many held at the Alee of the Dixie Flyer i. now the fastest train tn store from now on at 25 cents little village had just gone to. the
RoadFnaB. 1,_ *t per latka Fla. THURSDAY U AY
instances. It is DOW believed tbat the the South making four hours better 8rnv
Bridie Pnod. 90991( pound. M'21-lw lurch, and it is probable that theca at 10 o'clock, a. m f'-r th*transaction
$ Macon and West Palm
contest will be Xit(. tme between
Fine and Forfeiture Fund.... 232 W M of the fire wa* a match applied of the following bU III""+ sk
I Beach and Miami than any other line City Clerk II. C. Cooper is rudy to
--- 1. To hear the r" x-rU "f Omrs (
any -
who intended thus to
ra-ruRNn and CABBAGE, through PalatkLTbe b..ome person
and offi, of
2,4&5 95 !pay off inspectors police -era et or ('ommittf"el.
Tau Collector BJancbard made bill H ANa and PEAS- Everything in Door and B.md election. lie will be at his office in get revenge for some sopoosed wrong 2. To elect Direuor.
of fund collet-led for the arden Seed Line. Fresh stock Selden Sash, It is be hoped that if such is the
'q trt month of the council chamber every day to 3. To consider incre.i-e ol Capital
rweived.ACKERMAN. exceptSunday.
Marth aw fot'.owe: : fast STEWART Company received yesterday a handsome cats that the goUty parties may be I S&'JCt. and to act th'reun. .I'I
Cuu tv revenue .4,103 2Wlioens" .1'.18ua Fla, fire reel and lot of hoe, which caught and punished. I 4. To transact any fitter business

( 'ou 1\ 10 ;alt the which romp before :
properly tl.e
ylll be kept at factoryC. may :
P..II .! . . . '". 812: 00 The guest Milk Shakes: in town Mr. and Mr. Woolfolk ant family 1 meeting. J. F. J MHABVKT < l..IfALL, .

\ J. Garrett'silrnirttore was crowds made from the Finest -Jerey Milk a started for their home in t.eutllriu.1 j i Secretary. .

1t,1J2.; 7tl uos'nncK.WorrwncK < a.| day with atI'MI of people, the WN.' COFFfcK's. Ice Cold Drinks, of Mo., oo Tuesday. WHEELER, Ptesidect

,'.,nu'' \' JI\.t".- Y. Iv-Coie made re oonasloe being the opening day for ail Kinds. maro-lm Miss Belle Scott left for the North .ap8-l.

A.' rt mi" .up to! !lice,wr _'atued for Ftou April 2'2.R cool ant, refreshing drinks In eonnee Tuesday evening. -
Miss Gato. who was shot in Jack.
fth.. !Ld.1 l' \Ir.'h. flU O Buldmjttoo, the finest kiasj, : tlou with biB bu-ino*, invitations to died ib that Every one was terribly shocked on I :i;'. 3'. BECs.S: a
Ij 1\\ I 1' 'I\V 1 Il'lIrltn ma'1ehsra-\ : yesterday. and raaie many MHjrille on Tuesday, city
: town
w i in attend
i fur the ieople orPiatk to having 'ueiav mf'"uog that Brv.. G K Hey-
1..1' I..h.: !ti] I'''- xilltQlc on Wednesday at noou.
J the
I' 'I\I'D glad, who toil aouxy cypress i been sent out jM-erioasly. Delicionsr.nk .hick, the Methodist minister, had become
). te cursed toa I Delay is dangeroos-when you tuve a
tor his interest It. werppNyed all day. awl k isDfi'es
4'eor! F. C. at church
1'a l riolenMy a'
Dt : ; I
1 t l. 'L!
CoaIZh Cold take PEEK'ei PINE -
i reader the fresnan hip that tbe or
IUYP extent to opening was a
'. .uth.trl. ua Tex:< I. .clot; i-9ti. sny FI'BT1CIS1tti.' '>n ,.f Mr Cna. Iloutlow, who fe an n- aa..a... TAR aYHUl at once: i will cure
lane ..n II h,k.Pt. i appears Mr. Hey J rick bad for ten days
Peek't Drux Store Lemon
.erienced man in this business.' quickv. .
.' ':i', 1.420 00 Parker's Torn Cough Syrup will immediately bouse. palll b'-en jitten Mnjr\ a revival meeting

ri ti'.venue.! . . ;, 67 Hiram Ashley bad a remarkable I i reHeve any Cough; or Cold,. bt tee t. opposite court at Gunetule! conducted by Ilev. Car- Manufacruiw of- *

hll.1 . . . .. Gig R4 death Rice Cn ek. While
:(' 1"l escape trvm Sure throat Hoarte- aditic who preached the doctrine of
i j Wagons
Whooping Cougfc. The Lightning Hose Company have Buggies
rued . . 66J. ,
alma-! .'u; Fn:ILL . . .. 16.ftO 9U w )1 lone on the log machine be was I apes, 'Jro-op or aoj; affection of the ordered a 97 model racing reel. The ntire sHnetiflcatton, in which the minister -

\..,'n .. \ UT. . . .. 2'" 38 fi tiult i |a wire rope tN'UO throughla: block :i! th-oat or hangs, and If faithfully needwill Lightnings will make a record at the believed in. Dann; the meet- Vehicles of all l kinds

attached I to a large tree about 40 feet I j invariably effect a cure. Pleasant Mr. Heydriek took
examined a active
Th I :. : kills were next state torn lament, which will be :ngs very
ordered >*id the and tbe strain was s* great the and safe remedy for ehDdren. Blacmifb Wark. Horse S aeIag
fU, "" .r-:. rt and : sib a* to take a held in Jacksonville some time in part and no doubt overtaxed his mind

< -ierk.aiUuitdto ssss war.an.. for limb broke throwing him head-first into For sale at Harry Stewart's Drug StoreR i which brought down under the strain, 011 teecI.aced work ee uS eu po htWw

i, same: day as GIIa..r 300v. the mud, and it took two men to pull B McLeod, of Wclaa, visited the I July.Eat Llpsey'a Celebrated Cream Sunday morning he began to be very co Lagos Ay. Teear. s!' J&n.J"LLArJU. : .

f. J Kenner1y.om. '[boa&1'Do 1 day, G oIam1..iual'&Dtlm11 him out. Fortunately he escaped city Monday. Bread. Ap-12-lm violent, and it was with much difficulty 1.Ao
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I{ Governor Comptroller, and Tresnrei Captain T. Walker Lend, who has Every one who tried it knows that
'to deposit Slate money in banks fur. been on the Delaware. for Mme time Hart' Ea-enee of Ginger is the best

uftr Cured Dishing certain collateral security past, is now in New York, and.again in and always received the blue ribbon Tells How Ills Baby

NLvery aamm the time Iuyj Among the committee reports was charge of the DeOary, which is being wherever exhibited. It is a sure relief Suffered from

t that tle committee sent to for ordlnurTboi5c-u.I"tlt tue diRe.;- Eczema.IN .
10 by joint start in the in
v ) sulfeted drraJis. prepared to May on route Latest By Telegraph
Jacksonville, to meet with the Inter- tive organ u.d w: a great help !'n too- -
; 11as. which kept from Boston to Xahant.II .
rUwtng 1oil my hands were state Commerce Commission. The report fug:: np the system. Ask for Hart's, for Condensed Form. ITS WORST FORM

lm :at usd4 was adopted and 1,000 copies were MoM at Harry Stewart' Drug Store.
!je but: softened 'n. W. Y. Atkinson, <;overnnr of Grew Wore Under Treatment of EetFhyiicUn

o that they bend, and several ordered printed Georgia passed through the city yesterday .
f rnv finger crooked from The Ladies' Aid Society of St. Athen, April 20.-Greece formally Tried
on the J., T. & K. W. Rai'a,

is cause. On my flow's This I en route to points in South Florida. James M. E. church will give a "Cra declared war on Turkey tbis morningin CUTICURA REMEDIESGreat

{ nd I carry large We offer One Hundred Dollars lie dIet Song Concert" Friday evening response to Turkey's practical
pxrs,which Nit for )Ir. and Mrs. John Cunningham declaration of war Yesterday. The Change !. Five Day To.drty
ward for any case of Catarrh that cat April 23, in the parlors of the Lemon Greece Entirely Cared With HIM head

AYER1'Si Kt be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. who hate been sojonrnioa Tn the city street Graham. Refreshments! will be news was hailed throughout of Hair. Lively act HM 7.
the winter left this morning for with great satisfaction by the populace
& Co.. Proprietors put :
erred free of Admission 25
+ charge. ..
the conservative Greeks I had a twhr that bad Earn* H f Ji ,1"" i
; (rsaparilla, would Toledo, Ohio. their home in Brooklyn. N. Y. I cent. though form. I had OM of UM bat vh\iioiau* ...
sons, provided I We, the undersigned( bare know deplore the step, as It H! believed the the city &UeldiDC.at sbe contu:\u-<1 :ret
all the alas WMier hi .
r worse
i. s alive and able F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, aDd plucky little power will not be able to ball admitted that be WM at Ins .,Ia' .,
believe him perfectly honorable in all ea carry anything. business transactions, and financial! I .I:> 'U G- al.iDICIN: : S withstand the terrific onslaughter her a f.i. data anHcae grew t'A,1" .n h"'r rpm
jht bottle of : big neighbor.New nuoo. bate eoatinaeU to imj>ir.se :liter that.
AVer's able to carry out any obligations made V and 4l Sai-saria cured me, so by their firm. : York, April 20.-The British hair,and i is lively and ..r\ I..n fully
that I have Pure Chemicals oilet Articles and Goods recommend them UK best
ho return of the Wholesale Fancy a*being me..ta.t.
It A TRFJAX, Druggists cruiser Talbot, Commander Gamble, for tbs cure of thi dteeaie I pent roo-
; : ase for moan twenty year TolK Ohio. I, .klerabl.lDOI! for drac ant !rkx-tor' buts
Trrvt KIXXAN & MARS SPONGES CHAMOIS SIiL S. ETC. PERFUMES, BAY RUM. arrived here yesterday from Port Antonio which wa nceiera In m. cue, for 1 tiiiokIf
bottled to reach the W.ALI.l: :; ,
the reaches doat cur, nothsuir win.
Pat and a petnt use of it has Wliolt-.'.s DruggieU, Toledo Ohio. Extracts for tbe Handkerchief. Our stock comprise all of the Popula.rOdors. Jamaica, to take pad In am your telling every one that I ee .offrrinie.aboat .

I K Wed the i"o. C. DAVIS, ilallV \t: arrh Cure >is taken internally Paints Oils and Varnishes*, Rrushes: Painters' Supplies, Etc. Grant Monument dedication ceremon- recommend CUTICCKA RKMEDIB them to tJM.. and.. in can seal cheerfully of

llautma, W1e ..-.i i f directly upon the blood ies. On approaching the Narrows: the them.J. .

and muvyua surfaces of the system. Talbot fired a salute and proceeded up B. JACOBS 5031 WllVIn Are., T h., M: L
Price 7Zc Dottle. Sold by all druggist .
the bay, Mopping briefly at q nnt1ne.
;, Testimonials free.Memorial CUTICUHA WORKS WONDERS
IlYR'S( She reported all well.
Warm baths with Ccncr
t Day. DRUGGISTS and SEEDSMEN. New YorJr, April 20.-Three more applicatton Ctmcr A(ointment SOAP>the gentle great
Confederate Memorial of discovered today Skin Cure externally, and mild Jo* ofClTItTRA
H Next Monday is cases smallpox were -
THE a W01.tD'1 FAIR Riot TKri (bloat punS: inter
Day, and we are glad to learn that in the Idiot Asylum en Randall's nally.cleans the blood and akin. of enty
Sara ilia eruption imparity, and dnwttr, ..Itt'., tvbet >e
r par preparations are now going on to make Island. The health board is much phricians and hospitals fail. Tbe en r- 8

.m's PILLS pjt. Good Digestion the annaual return of this beautiful ,. THE. exercised over the cases, fearing its They daily are effected beyond by them an doubt are limply the greatest womltrrai.kin
interest to other cnrre blood pnriflen and humor remedies ut
of inmates.
tribute service one deep spread among modem time

our citizens. It is questionable whether Washington, April 20.-W A Jones, Bold throughout the world. !'oust Pnro
Ann Caaa.'aar ,SOle Prop.. BoMtuo, C a. .\.
LEGISJTURE.Ti our citizens have given to this matter of Wisconsin, and Robert V Belt of "nowtoC'urrvery Vimai'd' 're.,

that attention that the solemity this V/eekly/ Times.Herald Maryland have been offered and accepted -- -- -- -

IEN.t.TE-IATVRl1! PROCKEDIN L service merit. It is a beautiful and the respective offices of Commissioner -FEASTER

," Senate bill prohibit the Uk- touching method of keeping alive the and Assistance Commissioner CUTII1UD THE i KINUTC

tng or receiving oponey on depbri memory of our noble dead, whose of Indian Affairs. IFAINCUREPALATKA

after the insolvency said bank and courage and dauntless braveryhave The Leading Weekly Newspaper of Put- Chicago, April 20.A hearing is be-

providing pnnuhr;t for the same, glorified on fields of martial fame, the ing held today in the case of President 1--- -

wa reported unfaviWy by the Judiciarv history of the American soldier. nam County containing all the Latest News, Chas W Spalding, of the defunct 1I I

Committee, aiwas read and re- Our people should turn out en masse Globe Savings= Bank whose collapse

fcr-d: to the comoie onenfro'sec and garland with flowers the grates both Local and General. drew with it the funds of public in-

btu) !. where rest the dust of our fellow stitutious. .

Senator Carson's til road Commission Detroit, April 20.-The Scottish Riteconvocation
herose. ______________
bill was reportewitbout amendment began; here today. Gen.

and without commendation Why take Johnson's Subscription Price $1 a Year.TIMESHERALD Russell A Algal te erni cted*" to take a oa the direct Hmef

Senator Dougherty oved that the degree. x,....

tries be waived, and at :300)( copies of Chill & Fever Tonic? MR. BRYAN: IN KENTUCKY. travel between*

the bill be ordered piled. Adopted. Because it cures the Frankfort 19. TVspeech
PALATKA. Ky., April -
on their thus reading were New York
stubborn cnscofFeverlnONBDAY of lion. William J. Bryan to the ..
the n taken up. The ill to repeal an most
Legislature here this afternoon was de- .
act entitled, "An act trequire i -
livered at the Opera House, to which
bogs or sheep f:; market: to ex

hjhh the mark of such ops or sheep," Dr. A. J. Hannah. resident of SCHEDULETFE: : crowd was admitted of 1,200, besides people.the representingevery legislators, a Havana

reported favorably bycommittee oi Umatillln, has in his possession ore of
party and faction in Kentucky.On .
state of affairs, wa rea<< The bill was the greatest curiosities and freaks ei -OF ,
the the
distinguished I
stage among capital's
defeated by a vote of lo S. nature ever known in the shape of a ..VA....

The bill to amud Clpter 4WO, defining two headed gopher., The creature has Beach f& Miller Line. who was introduced citizens was to Gov.Mr. Bryan Bradley by, Jacksonville

what dUes and ; "
Urns ira five
two perfectly shaped heads legs,, Senator Blackburn amid cheers of the :

pound hogs, and prohiK the driving and evidently has two stomachs, as it crowd.

them within the corporte limits, was is necessary for both heads to eat, but Steamer Crescent.From Tampa anti -
iu'sed.'lilte GEORGIA'S GOVERNOR.
these are entirely independent of one Jacksonville 8:30 a. m., Sunda}*, Tries lays and Fridays.
.M m prohibit Tampa, April 19.-Gov. W Y Atkin-,
bttJft.1, dangerous hAimpr0p ex-thior another and it presents a curious specs From Crescent Cii' at 7: 0a. n ., ).k IIi 11ft. \\ irinodtjii and Faturdays son and Judge J S Turner, State Super- Key West
wapons I tack to ee one of the heads eailna R. J. ADAMS, Agent.
intendent of Convicts of
Georgia arrived -
Prt-'tDt'e'-c. one more persons, was while the other remains drawn in the Wharf foot of Lemon Street
p.\IJ .. in this city th' morning. They Railway.A .
both of them at
shell, or to ke eating --
IN THI.irttWT'oT I10IIitt.Dr' com*to Florida to investigate our con- A
the same tim s.PALATKA.
Citrus, moved the reconsiyef vict system, as the Georgia Legislature .

titled ',1n act to provide fet the pay convicts, whose lease eXjirespnl 1. I
roeerte.-Whole**]*. South
nejJ fJ the collectors of revenue o f 1880.( They couferred with Sheriff
.' Corrected Weekly l>jr Oar: Bros., Corner rt>j Line
[moral counties all moneys reJ Spencer, and left I to-night for Dunel-
tad iUrLUnd street
ceiTetrod. collected by them from Sager .tandnrd/UMGraMiiited..... 4 43 Short Line Between Florida and NorthernEYERETU'SAVANNAH ion to inspect the camps there. rhroughthu

deai tpiritous liquors aces wine I E. nI"C.s.eaua,. 423
Dry &tt d ""neon BeHire.,, 64
and bceri in the several counties t 0 J Jtl. I Jry'1ted'hU'I'D HeHles.. ail Washington, D C April 19.-'Ibe
Halted Western JtJ4"k.. 4VLard. ,
., treasurer Ilf t-ach county, and th e Dry .enenyrenvMl In Ueroea ......... 44I War Department <-rflciaj* regard the
.I .. ...... aan Florida!
I I M-n ttM 6
I'lsMinutmn! r.t t tits same. The billif I Pncar.Cared name... ..... ...10% \f ; AUGUSTA, 6JL, COLUMBIA Y/ASHIKGTON! BALTIU08E outlook in the lower Muwisaippi Valley Of F
! ,' I PlcntaHMM..::::::.... 7 '
0 of ..
\ .l" r"'i<>n id> by a v. ie ;fit!'Ito 21 with tbe
.. that
tib.""r. ....... ...'.. 'f 'I greatest anxiety, fearing
i Au act ruMi n.; to fire insurance poll. 1 Coned Beet u........ ...............1.1.. tbe levee there will aaeeurab to
I cie"' preer t.iritr& \ a rule of evidence and Beet..III...:::: :::::: :.:.:::.1.101 the strain. Superintendent Martin ol
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measure %f damage in case of Ion,. I I. Fancy jfc ftetter' *.Biret Patents.. 1.98 t.t to 5.00 Everett )Macon Atlanta, Chattanooga: Xmbvllle, LouitvWe CfnMnnatL C'MeIco. the Quartermaater-6eoeral's Department for I
J\ Paaaa i.FonualI .>ur,nwuM ".Matl do d.... 4.44 to UN Everett: JttraiBthain, Holly fj rills,)!tn>i his, Ljttle fcotk. Xcea lItl.St. I oar. t.bxa&CI
Rk4,I'...u Oud' .................. 3U to4Hitter. Sioux:City. says there wa under water bM rrckets
to Ps.. ._ .... 4 to 5% It erJrnctlon.tFensacniaMsbue\ewCrltaosTeiae.ttxkoCallforssae Paolo' Call, of
I Wednesday a strip land on the east
I TallahaMee, April 18.-Members oj f t Faaej latera Oreamery".... 22 to 23 via tha J. T.'V.( .
I chew. Fuel 1hn o---'.y.tt! .). 10 to 12 EFFECTIVES JANUARY 18 1897. bank of the river with Vkksbun as ito
: the Legislature have spent the da; I tt yrlp-F1eeles. .p.r & ..' 30 to 33rew :
Ortene MettMei..... 28 to 32 apex, with a bate ol twenty miTes, and
eith fct home or in driving througl 1i I Cncken-VaBdervrer. & Helmet rr -: xp 'r' ,v_'"':" T NEW yoRK EXPRESS No. 38. LeaveR <
Leon" Bt ji , the bftmuful "red! hill: of Then' \1'
'J 'I Lemon Greeter t 'tf' *V::- --;--:."*,,='<:* I With Tbrou* for Sivannnnpbla. square. miles. This ia all cotton country -
to oo trident clringe In the senatorial ntnmr Map*.. 7ExfTkTMM | OohnaN&, 11 aahi.gt.&ddao.e, l'IriIMIeI- .
jtuiUkM. Ttic- opposed to a caucu 4 ... .. 7 y't'.. ;.,.' \1 /. Nw York, and an ...... points. generally owned in large planta Ag.nt for Information.>
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AM.rted Mixed Cake 8 ...
W' \'r< _. __ .. \ { t..(!:t1: ,: CcJI1neeu for hrdaadlu. Ra&va tr No tions. In 1890 there WM in
Ootademad 1U1k-..... ........ ...... t.fto ,_. :- 37 Jacksonville Ml
'taod firm and the probabilities an I ; : .x: at PO"
......... 4-55to
I that the contest will start in earnest i it]I do.. a.II"rand......... SJWto : 1 1 : .{ this strip 112,000 bales of cotton. The H. B.'Cnffin, G. D. AckaIy.6a11'I ,
do 4o callenge. JJSOto ,, r-r- I NEW YORK p4lELoFypil LIMITED population is estimated at from 90,000
open .e 44on. The announcement oj f r do do rme. 3.10 to 3.2: Canned V4a.M1M.Xa 3 Tomatoes, W W ... mtntreaches, obwrvation. dining and sic.l''tag can to 100.000, about eD+4ixtb of the peepie Sit'teodu GWI Puittfv 1r4JACKSONVILLE.
J. N. C. Stockton a. a candidate great do Jfo.tl.matoM.. 65 toto ..:. "'.:,;":"' J::: : very decant; leave, St.! Aa.rudDe"*> a. m.. ..
do Mo.3 Ofcta and Tomatoes es to l.o '." '" ..I.\:"' JtekonvBle11.00a. m.. daily, except Sa.day. being white Captain Mania etimatea -
1 ly enlivened the quiet of the Sabbath, do So. S Marrow Feaa...... 80 to 1.0)) -;/J c..>_..ir.J: r I I SI retnrnlne arrirea Jack.onTfU. n.A n. BB-. St that about ia } : -J
.' The Burford interest here, save the'J do Ne.' a J dr Jane 1Yae..100 to l.ll .. '- 'r "" ",;" ..... A"guatiD.40p.m..cta .except: Monday. 00,000 persona
do Voj IhjnhMi Naked Beans 1.68 to ... .;:. rR1.."-" this ditthct ate in need of aid frota
' correspondent of the Citizen, is evidently .. do .No........Drown breed l. 0to 1.c. I NEW YORK FAST MAIL No. 36- Leaves
,. I Table IriahPvtnteee.-per tarreU.... 1.65 to .... ) ..._. : ":' ..L.E: -o ne quarter.
led by Dr. Morgan, of Putnam,I RedOnten*** IJOto r.. s. a.w Jacksonville 6 55 p. m.| .
him Yellow Onto., per Barrel..... 1.8 to...,. .. lialty for aaa panes North. CarrtM Tkrooct
as t"orijhal designate
1 BnrlT Rene ter teed... .140fteaotvof C UL r i. ,+1 ..... Steel rn JackNmvlil to New York. G tan> o. "*. '
n Burford man." If Mr. Bur Hebron for teed..... 140ChlM C1mIIJI", v'3& arrives JackRoavllle .88 a. ... !. "/: c J.TJ'S:
fad far NMd.. I JOOotden
t ford shall become a factor in the contest Colt nhMii,IS Ib UM.. 6J 0' ) \. "V. h CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED !)

I h* will tint! his interest iu good I Date TolMOpO.rette*,le C'IC4.-nu.E'a....13.13Ssatk.n ....x. z r c 1'1'f vs- t:"... < ..; N 0 36 tee JacksonvUle.at*J*p. a.. arrive I C CHILLS
Cut Fttag.So*. 4It| t"'d.r0 "" ClivetMiati 7.10 : a little over:KV. i* the
handset:: .* Dr. Morgan is rapidly deVelopiaj IUd's :' .. .... ...... a "iJO 'p,1.n __ ... '.... + bnw*. Sloe \"U'fIBULED TRAIN rnn njrcrrct. .J cures
and I Arrow .. f, .v .'.'w.. ; "::J ,.. Attaat*. Chmnaaooc*. Olio '
11c *
.s alive experience Se.l ofd !'mdI G ansu.f oz. .... .. ;: ,..r. '1.. i V lI( *for LonUle, X"'riUe, St. Loato. .Chi-I ., crn case MORGAN'S
as a leader. IMUc-t Mixtures,t tw. .. *.. 30 ... cage ad an>'ortbr aad Western pulou.ASHETII.LE .
The resolution appointing a special! I: 11s1I IIItIaaLeer ,...-...?. HHIMna 41 4Itioa! r. V KOUTE.: Throng* Pullman ... ,* iO\EDAY. IMPROVED CHILL TONICSUPERIOR

I ( .. .. ..........-, 37 : ,w.a S i. for Cincinnati via Ma van
joint coairoitke to mve.Uirate thor Hewty .... ... .. J FlOallA ash;C Lab4a. ArbertDe, Hut tlpria n, KAOX TO ALL O. .<.:..s.
t.n.thly the Trt-asurer's! accounts hat I'I a'. .. .: 30CUnaxOut CDTRL':8' ;:,. 1111e.Ool9Olb tie Celebrated. Moat a Comntry Mr. Bailey, of Texas, the Democratic It Is a true Chili Care combination with
'I\ *.. 39 !'.$ .f Sash Carolina. I avM JackaonvWep.m. I.M Leer Tonics. When properly taken it never
.pass 'd Itbe Seba:c. .. Thin Pouad*... 43 r \-i ] Arrive*Cincinnati 7.15 a. a. Retur.lm.. leader in the lower House of tail to ore the mo.t obstinate eaMof Chlllf
Star... 40 lad CouecNe+ 5. arrivesJsekaomviUe000a. m. I. Congress, refuses to wear a "dress And Ferer. Where others fail it will care.
The folMwrog new bills have beet, CUpper .. 33B --.Tt-- ... It ie ptoaaaat to take and contu uothin '.
nwSbu.. 40 hearr ;el FLea 031.1' lira THKoroK TilE BB"rnm. WILL suit,"* and U rccoiriag considerable in jnre the delicate
Batin :
moat tics
introduced in the house: read .. .. ... 35; ...... OOtn>TKY Or MIMtLB rLOaJ .... rKMAOOLA AKIIncAXMA it cyMeni
-.a a.--. .. .. attention the easily A* a Tombs it is without an equal
0\ Mr. cl'ft.ary an act making, DniWBond at.Laf.. B3 aA'1'. Leave JaokneeivUle ..15 a. m. through press for hu ac
.. 4JSrearilne Guaranteed by your d *triaL
city and town warrants receivable i it I Gold IHwt., | r ses.e.--........ .......... | New Orleans Hv\Ce.Zdaar.ferLake i Talkhaasee City IlJeaDd Oak, Sfadl- tion. He bs taken up the pen ia his Price 50 cent per bottle.
iL'r........ .... ........ ...3.23 Fenn JaDedoe
of .
taxes.Mr. '
payment Eora Baking powder lib 4.50to Inoue ooa t. Carrk Weeper. Return \o.1
tIC) do d. S-lb. 166Campbetl'corTajrtort.llb arrives Jacksonville with those who undertook to
Lewis, of Jackson, an act :I I .. .10 S OS a. m. cope whip 1---- ----
do do ....lb. ... 00H Leave Jackonv4le 9.15 a. m- for Starve. Hawthorn. Surer 5pnnn, Orals Os1es.ilk him into complying with the nql1irei -
at dealers in seed cotton. I ,,r,f,.ni', Rread rrtoataUon .. .... 0PcIar Keo\ il dwood. Leeebvit, Tavares, ..f>ka,Orlando, Laceochee DndeCtty, Plant CU>. i How ? Slerfy tbe"w
-. /< wadski, of Marion, an Act tr, Al ...1111.! .. 15 toll Txiupa. Arrive Jacksonville 4.15 p. m meat of "good society.. Mr. Bailey MtUI..u 'I

t In 'r.-tte. tht'r'1rinJa Ot) .,' Hood '' tncli-li walnuts ...... 14 Holly Sorin s Route-ST. LOUIS AND KANSAS! CITY No 36. Lean Jebo.W.633 ins are hal aa ''on[ as his eiotbes are i pieaW'1Q0ir, 'f' I -.,rI
( { I'e 7F
; .. I P. -. for Macon. Atlanta Rlrnttnicham, )......., Aa.gj <(<.Ity. Tknwfk 1'nllmaWeierprr ,I PUma\ u.d Jtr e
." '. 1.1.\i '1. ttl-". an Ml to :.intend the >. .n.- .. 0 tP ....ttk.Nt ehnnce in 4r bona to; K.-City. The route M via Hart Attnnth. Mnnwngnani. Hotly ci1..!! ant( becoming, society has no 0 HowvJfu : x''
f.-\., '4..1' t. .... .. .... IS4u S.riaIP for Mean.... fprtnfffleid, KankaaCfty. Sa nan arrive JaefcMvMle. %...a. m.n. ncht to dictate how they shall be madeu I iatr J. Uyery or
i. .tu\e to ju !li.-ial fin nit I'u ., 2 a Leave* Jacksonville for Bmmwtek v tile Cwnnerlnnd Route @teaiMr. uind w14RTHANDI d all h .:
I: f l.M cuJ )
,T'. i I.,., pnnuki that I ut.ia'u ,'. -una : .: : ::: :: ::: 10 a- ; It takes time, he nay, to keep op I Tb Werra: SoI.! .,... 'H won c .. ".

T'' ,. t'1",1..* .. .... 8 II 00.a m-I eave Jarksocville for I\ruJIII\\ vn Everett daily, except Sunday 1 .:, i '. !i.d' oi "I). t itv, and for his L) 11'.'. ', '.... ... r..
10 the Ft 11,1. i "i \ : ..oa. ... ... .. u I .
"Utittr :,' "' *ovpn" .1 rrd..- . 44toHtrtf 4.00 P> m.-LoenWor.Kr-fttt. Ckxw cwnerrmi fur BruIlH..... ftb<.. .. ;i i" s' ':"ueihtns; e's' t t. d., that I I, 81.1/ /a'tr.f 4 (1r .,_._-

.. .. .. .. .. ,t'.1 i le fur more prodtablu u>. him and ". *. dt .J'....
-' i :f ,'. :\.u..n u'lq I I !! Bt 5.00 |x n--lor; i f,w T&IUhaiv and intsra.dis ...... Arrive JacieoaeUit rte p. m. 3 cf> or |i i-
. \' 'J.. I .. r <.n'"ecf,. Hf'--: THE TE\\ PI'i. '
,',- i i- ,. 'hr ertrpw Co. old .. '.. : n t ce.r>Mirtngni
i. ) .v u.t a. Dei-ot. 9.20 p. tn -} Tampa lIud Intermediate point Paihtmii M epf r* Arrive Jarka.nrtii.T76 has far 4u'J bern .' L 1t.
-. '. a.a. ;j.f'- 'e ai I orH asks to f>e !eL : ..
'V.M ; ,f Ih,- uarket chaaxea. I ,. t v the I >. Bur'au I I' .
THRuKJH SLh.ri- uR for CIJT<1>MTI rla AfH .VIi LK (enve*Jneneanville at C.Y
't' an,:, .. .. i,, ., 11" lh.. $ ::10 to ....1_ bcvtne 140 p. m. arrive rinl.iaU 1.15 a n :I i"i to r'\\f; 1W'I "i),' ,(,, TIe icn S tera. First i'infonnal' -.* '.\ .' .

.j '.\..;... .r i ,'*l' ... .. ue 1. .oij A.1.a!> PorMAn<1 n AST\Ttt'i.fiat.5hA tr lnve.rcannvtire.3an.nd .v.. u .'* '. i- ."'-r ""it .1 '4<) much -n ind com, .
.. & PteamevM.\\ATt l'fr"m Tairr f.' 4raidrr wu and MaDkt l.v r :'.-ir.t" TNcPr'N :GRAF !'I -
.'; "I,. .h : : ) ". .t'o.1. ,I : .,: ..-1 t )*rea..?. ....... 1..10.i3tn .911.. I r" t. ',,: i 1'.m ;t 1l"lre iuportaot \ Cl11Cir.l.Ati.vn1'i ."

a'l t' I .. ,7uw+.. .....II..to 11M 4IP.A.ALOK..CARS BETWUEX: JACKSOXTILLE AM TAMPA ,r-ia ih-tn .her seal; eet, tar Mr. ,;
'\ dL.1Jl '.t ." ., ,. ; v' k ITS to. L I .
a fre >! ,,' :'r';:: U/Uu >i.i.. Pullman Sleepers on all Night Trains. Mi :. vi" rjit'h.' .. -ly Ano-Mean who': .- ---

w ',i t't' ci assure ur iht' wilt ,/ :t::: ..,.. .r- .--4.. ::.. : : Oda Mton is :::: lend for-Beat Indexed,.wnal D >>...., Florida to ;. :(r .i c-i! : 'iretl! j of 'o much fauhionab !i : ..Jr;. !! C. '--br.

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