Group Title: Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)
Title: The times-herald
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Title: The times-herald
Uniform Title: times-herald
Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Times herald
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Times-Herald Co.
Place of Publication: Palatka, Fla.
Palatka Fla
Publication Date: September 6, 1895
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 1, 1893.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -67th year (Sept. 18, 1936).
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 1, no. 37 (Feb. 16, 1894).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00086614
Volume ID: VID00094
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33475274
alephbibnum - 001917709
lccn - sn 95047304
lccn - sn 95047304
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Preceded by: Palatka weekly times
Preceded by: Palatka herald
Succeeded by: Palatka times-herald

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S a te Te of Miso. h tof nallLeavening Power.- Latest UV.Gov't Rept
wg"lh s 1 a the employ of MW late I
Lueps as Trimmer, Is now In Nw
Yot*, atteading the fall opeoinp and
jtrobhasg the latet novelties l M at! .
ei1 ry1rMinLuALo.. She will return
to alaW a on or about the ltM day of
SOo, and reume her old place.
S.As, me" Move to oadivs lA.
Taiappointment of Captain W. B. AMU O m IM WP S
'Deahai as suporintendeLt-of the High .
fpriang. division of the Plant system FOULED ON FIRST. I A Happy Mania.
willrmeslltate the removal of the on I Married-Wednesday afternoon at 4
perintea t's office to Gainevilie, and o'ock, at the residence of Mr. 8. C.
we are informed that this change will 8o SAYS THE GAINLSVILLE BASE Wise, the Rev. J. E. Oates officiating,
be made next'week. WhilI Palatka $ALL TEAM OF QARWOOD,' Mr. Benjamin I. Farmer toMiss Maude
will regret to lose Captain Denham, his Baladen.
AftyooanakgAblMmo LVa 3 0BM4- friends feel hlke congratulating him on Mr. Farmer ii the editor of the
ULAT" t am0 "KImG O Lnm M iDI the new a0pointmeut. The road mwa- 4 For That Reason the kame, Which Starke Tblegraph, and one of the
owa Tand tT bIstwtha t 1 w t SeS ter's oase will also be transferred to Would Have Boon an Easy Victory for brightest and molt promising yount
same old isMd to which the old fbke Gan bvirlle. Palatka, Was Forfeited. dltrs of the State.
pinned their fit and wes never die. The bride of Palatka's briRht
appointed. Bat another good recom- Geerrla Sothern Enterprise. It is too bad, and was a source of eat and most charming daughters.
meadaon ifor It Is, that 1 IUIT'mr We reo In receipt from G. A. Mac- disappointment Wednesday that the Mr. and Mrs; Farmer departed on
aen Ptwor ever gripe noevweak donald, general passenger agent of the game of laae ball between Palatka and the 5 o'clock train Wednesday for their
natural wa, just lke nature Itaef, that Georgia Southern & Florida Railway, a Gainesville terminated u it did. There home, Starke, carrying the best wishes
relefmes quk and aan a one complimentary pan for the special edi- was present the largest crown that hans TIo aM HEiALD extends con-
Everybody needs take a lve remedy, tors train, which will leave Palatka at ever assembled on oune grounds, as the gratulations.
and everyone should take only Bim- 5 p. m. on September 19 for Atlanta. rivalry between the two clubs, although
mons Liver Regulator. The pass also includes admission to the friendly, has been most intense, and 0T LANDRETH,S RELIABLE
Be sure you get It. The Red Z grounds on Florlda editors' ay,, Sep- not only was this rivalry confined to the GARDEN SEED just received by E.
la on the wrapper. J. H. Zellia tember 20. teams but extendild to the entire popu- 8. NECK, the Lemon Street Grocer.
Co., Philadelphia. The courtesy extended the editors of nation of both towns. As a consequence
Florida b1 running this special train the mere news that PalatkaandGaines. Are Yo Going North, ESst, South, Westt
D. W. Perry, of Pomona, was in the will be highly appreciated by the pressm ill would play ball at the time men- Tickets via all Rail and Steamship
city yesterday. of the State, and Mr. Macdonald may tioned, was sufficient to draw a large lines at lowest rates. PEFK'S Drug
be congratulated on the venture. He and enthusiastic audience, and am the Store, corner Lemon and Second sta.
I'rLo.T.-8lem Key. from gold- is a good friend to Florida journalism, hour approached the greater became A. L. Frice, one of Kenka's promis-
filed watch. Finder pleam leave at which fact is realized and the Florida the enthusiasm. Ingand pronentyoun
fTimes-erald office. editors will always be ready to uasait The special train arrived at 12 30 p. ehe city to day.
him in any undertaking. Through the m., Wednesday, bringing ninety-two
Mr. Johnaon, of the Noble News- efforts of the presn, Mr. Maedonald passengers. M.. 9haney; acting agent of the G.
paper Union, DeLand, wae In town says, the Georgo a southern had the The game was called at 8.1, fifteen 8. A F. at Jasper, le in the city.
Saturday, en route to Ormond, where honor of hauling he largestexcursion minutes earlier than the advertised
he spent Sunday at Hotel Coquina. out of Florida recently that has ever time. on account of the threatening ome Fine Hops.
been known before. weather. In THE TIMES-HERALD window are
Gr1ad 0lenBag Out ale Ne Palatka went to the bat and the sum. hops grown by C. I. Rowton, at his
At 8. L BOND'S THIS WEEK, be. I wih to state to my customem and mary of this inning was a goom e place near Palatha.
fore taking steek. All DRY GOODS, the public generally that I ha.e Galnesville made three ruem on the last The production s as fine as can be
SHOES, GENTS' FUNISHINGSand caredthe serviceof Mr. GeorgeWe half of the first inning, grown anywhereand we fall to see
GROCERIES at REDU0C D PRICES. ler, who is well and favorably known aneran Gain to the inhy they would ot be a profitable
in the city and eurroundlnag country, to en run. Gainesville In this Inning crop.
L Mi. la Charians an compiled mnmystoewhieIama wayonit s *cored another, making at the and of Mr. Rowton Informs us that he has
young lady of Cres, an ccompity, washed run my store whil I amawy o is the second Inning four to one, In favor quite a lot of this plant.
young lady of eadeeSnt Ciy, wn i cgyu e Bayttherveetable bnes, oftheovla.tingteo.
oPa akataturds.y and Sunday, a gmust I shat si eontiuua to run mygar- the third Inning Palata scored Dr. J. L. Worth will shortly remove
of the St. Getorge. she wan n route den near Paatha. o with a two, Gaineeville three, to Connecticut. He haa enjoyed a
MMeekin to visit her sister den be and one in the extreme South The fourth inning ulted In a oe good practice hee, and we wh him
Dr. Prtce's Creasen i Powde I hope to be able to keep my customer egg for both teams. muh success in his new home.
W .lis'PA bMihesModelamdpiPeSmen,. supplied with fresh vegetables the year I was in the first half of the fifth
g* round.
We acknowledge a pleasanteallTue. WePreolngto enlarge the stock, Inning that the crisis came. Palatka Fresh Garden Seed
day from Col. A.. Buchanan and son, keepnothin but the best of goods and was at he bat and had ncreasd th just received by S. E.
Warren, of Francis, and J. T. Brooks, sell them at ibu lowest possible prices, core to five. There were two men out BOND
of Piqua, Ohio. Mr. Brooks is vislne E. H. PADGE and two on bases. Garwoodknockeda BOND.
the family of Colonel Buchanan. hot grounder to O'Brien on first, who Mr. C. I. Rowton left lst night for
caught at it on the bound but mi.ed, r w os t
lerre d'A. Pratt arrived in the esty Houses of all kinds and the ball glanced about twelve feet Pablo Meaeh, where/he goes to recu-
Irom Leesburg a few ayW ago, and Is to Rent or for sale. toward the lfleld. Morrow, the pitch at, after a three weeks' spell of
stopping withrelatives. to Rent or tfor le ord tflo, but w in the way o fever. His many friends hope that he
stopping with relatives. covered first, but was in the way of
Alex Uedomann wasin Jacksonville Thos. H. Keating, Garwood, who ran into himh and athyreture fully restored to good
Wednesday. knocked the ball from his hands. The health.
-E We Lemon Street. umpire called a safe, and the Gaine pBoDamtheFINESTTOCK
ville boys at once threw up the game. of PRING DRESS GOODS ever
The umpireiafter the usual five min-
utes time, gaveihe game to Paiatta- shown In P" atka, and PRi'E AWAY
F ies~zrs fo FaH Crop nine to nothing. DOWN.
The Palatkns, at the beginning, Brotherhood Overalls at & E. Bond's
should contln a high percentage of Potash to played poor ball, but soon "got their
hand inf' while Gamesville seemed to John T. Dunn, who ia sum&Beng at
Insure the largest yield and a permanent enrichment get weaker. The victory would have Sea Breese, was in town Monday.
of the oil.. been an easy one for the Palktka had Walter Thomas has returned froau
Write for our "Famers' Guide," a 141-pagelust m rau e book. It the game been continued. Chicago and New York.
h1 brim full of useful information for mars. It will be sent free, and Excitement was at Its height when :
will make and ave yo money. Address, GOainesville gave up. There were many The Fourth Battalion Band Jr., are
9GNUNAM fU woRXS, g N1 malist,Ne aJt friends and backers of both teams, and getting aloan very rapidly. They will
he ing was carried on at a lively rate. reder a public cowcert next WedDues
It is eafe to ay that there was left at day eveiag.
least S)00 of Gainesvlle money In Pa. ,T.& i.W. Raly will run
Y lth5.. ean excursion to Jacksonvllle on Sun-.
Galienvslle tho i& MYb ba what ~ d SW .h 8 Fare for the round trip,
* FRES H SEEDSr I commonlyS amona bmMIaeot..
a .eaha walk," but they wes M S pa
Sdeelved. 'T.iy didn't*-'wala of" with m a -, Mo.
CAwtBAjIPget r eevev d. hat eir por pjudgmenthad t M"." 3a .
The m sno l aw is whl"a the gpies 010tg 4B- tJAA J hB S Ia
.. E. PEW ART, d we gre asby $beW Imst On my ankle.
&MeSeg anum t ePlwa fte aunasha
Druenlet and Sedsman. s woMuld= vm S = I lw' m
S.. .,f's the ateaUon of do"g- *a eauadin- at eTs

a lt n tht tanoh .e The battery w is af oll we' MFat tl m' "-'
*a ek la oe r a-w e waite a d w K and Keyi. GOlavl at
1)y p,"aad Marrow as atebaseS .
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own M I A as
tis mla duly 4i ed -
VWly eOt me two eate, whald
e a elear'profit of *oe eat.
copper cent, too. If Ut Mld o
eome in silver but it didn't.
just completed my dinner of e
of a sweet potato, bolted poke
and spring water, drank out of
can cup, and I feel rareshe
mind remains active, bat the po
seems to be drawing nearer andi
How 1 do pity the poor.
I am afraid that your editor
week headed "The Ttrue 8I
was aimed at me. "You say "it
community five men out of eve
hundred will defy hard times.
will make five hundred dollar
year and save one hundred ef it,
the other ninety-five will mal
hundred dollars each year and
even hundred, no, six hundred
What financiers these ninety-five
bel That's just that I have bec
lng to do for years and years, at
.1 am poor. Now, the surplus
received for my last week's artic]
panned out one cent, and I co
make it go for two, no way I cot
it, and I see no way to manage, c
do as you advised me--i. e., to
farm at a gold standard, run it
for it, inflate the currency and
pay up. If you will agree to wor
farm for me, Mr. Editor, until
the currency inflated properly,
bag that farm, if my other scl
tail; but the prospect looks di
and dimmer; the farm looks to m
the little star that my mother us
recite to me: "Twinkle, twinkle
star, how I wonder what you at
.above this world so high, like a
mend in the sky." My mother i
ftmer, and I suppose the was t
Ing about paying for that farm. I
that gold standard debt that was t'
nug "up above this world so hi
And in those days we had no a
party to help the poor with. How
pity the poor of this State. Their
only exempt as a homestead of
acres in the country, one-half
with all its improvements in a I
and $1,000 worth of personal I
arty. Its a burning shame. Just
how they are oppressed. They
gS to their merchant and tell him
poor they are, how they are suffer
for the necessaries of life; they v
food and clothes, shoes and stock
sad other things. "They are ho
and will pay;" no doubt about it.
merchant gives them the goods,
by and by they do get a little mol
and are such a kind hearted fee
class that they will go to some oi
merchant to spend it, so as to help
whole mercantile class. These go
cost that kind hearted merchant n
ing, and he can afford to lose
debt, as lose it he n.ust; but like
feeling brute he tries to give
unfortunate, honest people a bad na
What we want, Mr. Editor, ais
poor farms. These people need in
help and better accommodations. T
should be made independent and
be forced to disgrace themselves
give the State a bad name, as some
feeling folks have done by calling \
mot of "bumbs, polite thieves and i
bers, a dirty, dishonest set of paup
that are nursed and propagated
Yoiu haven't intimated to me
whether you are going to help mi
not. I can't do much without v
aid. I still feel my peculiar qualify
Uons for the office of Justiee of
Peace for the State, at large. Our in
derers are still increasing, and if
Forward can't have his juris4act
enlarged I want to be voted in ri
away. I begin to feel in a hurry
cash. The poor farm ain't purchase
and I have only half of that pol
left, and will have to live on p
greens alod unless you hurry up.
don't know as you are going to fal
with any of my plans, but mooeg
must have, and if I have not mentiro
teIrthng that suits you, I will tell
Wsat we can do. We must buy t
stiver mine in Mexico if we can "n
the wind."
I believe we have our free silver
already established, or at least we h
oear plans all laid for it, which amen
te the same thing, but that ain't all
em do by a long shot. We can
aMgy with these present odious nation
tmbs and establish a free bankIng
lis4 that will work to a eharm. If
tsee. silver scheme fails to wwki, fi
taMsg wil be almost aed.
- 8 1,e *000 of your a*$0 a
a W. te banks wakla. We
pttsme ,0, in gold nd pa t gt t
--' -- k* Uhenuit Lft amas. J

) a with. We wouldn't need
as W tKutelesi but a few years, when
as we oh either fall or sell out and die
ve happT, There are a great many ways
re for honest people like you and I, Mr
a B4torI, to get a good living if we can
se onl iget a start; and to start into'"free
Ik baiklug" on a purely gold basis will
4y not only be conservative, ou a solid
m basis, but will give our people a large
r,. amount of circulating medium that will
be perfectly safe (until we burst up).
at There is no doubt in the world but that
P" our people need more money. I know
ry that I ao. It's wearing to my feelings
oe to sit here and write and write and
by write with nothing but sweet potatoes,
h poke greens and spring water In my
ie stomach and one poor cooper cent in
e my pocket. The great scalding tears
d are running down my left chebk (so as
" not to drop on the paper), and I can't
it sleep for dreaming of fat pork, cabbage
V. and coffee. Visions of loads and loads
11 of silver dollars; bales of free banking
I bills are constantly floating before my
y wakeful eyes. As I have tried to te 1
t you, Mr. Editor, I am in sorrow, and
x something has got to be turned up
o right away.
a I am shocked. Demos says, "the wo.
t men have legs and are riding bicycles
n straddle l" What an awful mistake the
t Lord did make when he pulled that rib
t out of Adam's side Why, the women
I actually have feet too, and can walk al-
most as well as' a man. And that
r superanuated old preacher in Atlanta
and Demos would so hamper her with
long skirts that switch around her legs
and tangle her feet so that she can be
kept a twaddling, helpless doll only fit
to loll in a chair, raise children for
this old preacher and Demos, calling
them "Ia," and forever remain a half
imbecile, inert mass of helpless-but
oh, so lovely-womanhood I am
Gray Jacket is almost dead, but not '
quite. He can't live long unless this
particular fit is cured.
Our people are busy making hay and
working among their orange trees.
E. S. Hubbard has the frame up and
the roof on his iron packing house and
store. The building will all be covered
with iron.
The road from this place to Hastings M
Station is at last raid to be laid out and
put in passable condition. No frost
here this month.

nest J. F. TzTENNY.

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haroee.rl-n-W Molless .
Corrected Woekly bj Gy Bros., Corner Kirby
d Kirkland street.
Sugar, Standard FineGiranulated ... 4%
Extra "C" Sugur at.................. 4
Dry Salted Boeton Bellies........ 7
Dry Salted Western Belli- ........... 6'
Dry Salted Western Baclks ......... 5%
lahl, compressed in tieroes.........II
b tins....... Mt
uar Cured Hams.............. ...10%
Picnic llaami............
C ornedBethoulders..............
Corned B eef, 1 ...................... $... S
2 .... ... .... ..... .25
Rout Bef Is ........................ 1.0
.. ......................... 2.25
Flour, Fancy Western. First Patent. 4.40 to 4.70
Flour, Second Patonts do do.. 4.56 to
Rioa, CrolinaGood................ te
Fanrcy .......... ............. 4i to4%
Butt, Fancy Eastern Creamery...... 21 to 24
Chose, Fanircy Full Crami .N.Y.St.) 10 to 12
A.Trp-Florida, prr t............. 0toll
70ewOrluineMol"a.................. 3.to40
Crackers-Vanderveer Holmes'
Standard XXX... Soda, 5
Lemon Crackers .... ... 7
Ginger 8na ..............7..
Ex-r Teaf ............. .
Assorted Mixed Cakes....
Condensed Milk-Eagle............. 7.50to
Champion......... .7T to
do do BellBrnd......... 3.70 to
do do Challenge ... .. 8.50 to
ko do Dun's.......... 3.25 to
Canned Veetables-No. 8 Tomatoes. 85 to 1.10
do ,o.2 Tomatoe........... 0 to M0
do No. 3 Okra and Tomatoes tol.1O
do No.2 MarrowPas ....... 0 to1.15
do No. 2 Early June Pe .... 1.00 to 1.30
do No.2 Boton Baked Beas 1 .S0 to
do No. 2 lloston Brwn Broad I to
Table Irish Potatoes-er barrel...... 2.75 to ..
Red Onions do .... ......... 3.25 to
Yellow Onion, per barrel...... 8.25 to ...
Early Roe for eed............. 2.75
Beauty of Hebron fur eed...... 2.75
Chili Bad tor sed ... 2.71
ohen Cottol eIlb tlns..... %. 1%
ToAOUcO, CrIOAarru, irO.
Dukae C ttm 10........... .....s... ,
Bonration-Cutt Plu W .... ..... M
Kid' .............. to so
Arrow ..............
Sel of North Carolina, 2 u .......... 5
Duoke' ixturs., 2 o .............
Ball Durham, Seo....................
Lucy HInton..........................41
ChaInCp tr....CI.....................
G Srg Bmu........................
SRue ......................... o
limaax Clubs ........................58
Thi Pounds............... 48..
s ................................... 4
wppe ............................ I
m um r All.. ............................ s ... .... .
Hodse, st ean ............ .... as4
s r............ ... ... .

oldi a dts .... .........
f .n dI,. a o...... ... ........ .... .
Pil elM .............................. i
,ed Nut.......... ...........
California R ...................... 1.10
.ultan .............................. I
Califrnia ing. 4::::::: :R iig.
an ............ ...........
CGhUIS........................... %toS,
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Os.. old I,,?.

'of the 8ou0
PIANO, besides the other renowned mate
Do you know that we have o own i
own skilled workmen, and can give yeou a B
We refer to the LUDDEN & BATB8 PIANO, and
we are proud of the Piano that bears our name. You will be ptod sad
pleased to possess one.
Jakeonville Branob, 830. & BRADNAOK,
16 W. Bay st. Maag


-4V lRailway.




North and auiS. Worth and Twen.
:.j JakMDuler.O1.P.. ? s0m (2pm Lv. Ja ie neDTll. P.. A Mp m ;MU.
kyTetSm, ... ( 0MPrm 84pm Everett, Southon.. 6Upm SMIM
umli, ... 0am 10 41 pm A. Macon, s m 4
* Columbia, Bolhotbe .... 40pm 41 0am Atlat, I -
Ar. Okriott 0 -, S0p I sam ClaU 55 u,
Swashin|ogmi a 4Ua 80pm m" Clon, A 0........ am pm
altiore, lin. .L .... 16am 11 Xpm Ar. Blmirkham. Sotaen. 10in'n........
bih notphi1 .. lO6an < 0m S t blrS Is 01 Ulu
10- i-- .a t. Ma p I L. Cairo n. 104 pr ........
.Asheville. Southern................ 10 10am n = 9el I .P ......
For full lilormatlo& apply to say Agent of this great Itallway
System, or Its coumectioas.

*G *ral Pass. Agent, Aset. (a. Pass. Agent, AM S l0 Pass. A*nt,
Plorida Passenger Agent,
212 West Bay Street, JACKSONVILLB, PA.
July 98th, Ifl8.


4,259 /TT .,8 I

Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina,
Florida, Cnbs and Nova Scotia.
Perfect Passenger Service I


Plant tteamsahip. Line
Port Tampa, Key West and Havara.
One Elegant Ship Every Week between
LITERATUBE ON FLORIDA and CUBA mailed upon application.
B. W. WRURNaiaeweano Trae& Managerga,8tavtwa

Perfected Ar r.-
for streagth, dkithawlSo
management. .,.,
This Mower is the ,cftlaktsi Of 9V Mv
experience. Send fbr Csa gW' "'

VeRnTRom l ,


Hay, Grain, Flour, Meal and Gr

Orange Box Material. .Pslatka,
gR'Also. General Agents for Tedders, Hay Rakes, Binders and ?
Realm 4*ei1.


New York, Chadstn and Fiirk
Mag iflcent fteagwnmhips of this Line are rp
ed o Sail as foRlows: S
Calling at Charleston, 8. C., Both Ways:
reom New York, (ITAjIIADI.D TIMe vejllasbsw ei,.

ed',pt. t at S .. DUOU T "B
ridy. Seipt 8th, ta P. m .......... UOM A
Friday, "04 t. lltat t p. mi.......... C U'Ia .... ..T ,,
eni, ay t .. AV.I ..
Friday, ep. 3u

Steamer "EVERGLADE,".

Leave Jacksonville, from foot of Laura Stret, at 8.30 p. ia.,
Tuesday and Fridays, for Palatka, Sanford, Enterpres aad,
Landings on the St. Johns iBver.
oeermi Pasesger saud Ticket oloef, sa W. aTy W retrJabsraUViso, Vik ,.
A. J. COLE, General Passener Agmenf Fr. IMONMOINO L., .
5 Bowling Grem. New York Se I
M. H. CLYDF, A.T.M. I1Jiro. L. HOW
5 Bowling Grmea,New York I
D.-D.C. MINK, G '.F o J. A. .a ,n
THBn. G. 2 ,5"ri. M.e owiln tuiores x

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WM. P. CLYDE & CO. Gen. Agt ,
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eryladysehould peses a pair ofLBOOINS. I fr neo te R|i eIMbg
Winter wear. They will s away cmt In io han.:.

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IAus b ekthe nrist of

-It thb Wheom we held
Sweab ynot keep.
t toowe Lord why hearts most
iea wheb they love they love
$tbe beet;
not i ouar power oar lot to choose;
IM we Ie that &y bolce o bs bt.
6 m 4 we~ 1 oao loved one down
J umber beneath the sod;
.. "mdof her wearing a golden
wa* ilaful home of God.
a iheN the fthfu all Ilhas
thu sormowe of earth are o'er
WJlT i blead and and sweet
do the golden shore.
As. P LA.. ept. 8.
q noe am Abirea
*I al't r of OSvei* whether
S he oaw WdO i oi ploeSmn or
to eq*p htm with he
wM O bt d.. up stp nrih
pi tmeI win-s, Mid u ros nb file
M bb iW 4 to eanoM Upon a in every-
*>. For InStaue, HooW's Bara.
; i lf aeeraltotn and to keep
"*"oodpttand loes liable to ab.
e psgem of doeae, will be well
b iWaluble. Cheange of drinking
h n esaSe serious trouble, es.
If one has been used to spring
In the country. From a few
to a teaIpoesmfl of Booe's arsa.
In at imbler of water will pre.
the water having any Injurioun




New orn is offered at 40 cents pe
bushel by some of the farmers aboa
Waldo. It is thought by many that
will go lower than that. Another part]
offered to deliver one thoseaod bushel
of potatoes as 9 cents per bushel.
The price offered 'for pears ait
peaches are so low that many growern
Ma converting them In'o bomethlnB
driakable.-fanford Ohronlole.
See here, brethrenl we try tobelibve
everything on Flotoida editors ay
and when we were told a few week
ago that a Weet Flonrd pear tree
which for three years had botue tail
crope of pears had changed its notion
this year and had put on a crop of ap
ples, we said nothing and endeavored
by our silence to show our faith In the
credibility of our editorial brethren.
But now here omees Brother Rudon,
of the Reporter, and tell us that ht
Orlando quince tree as beanog pump-
kin, and hanged if re can keep silent
any loater, but rie to remark tai we
be doggone if we can ep client any
onr, ut re to remark that we be
dog oe f we an believe everything,
abu only h ana seake stories.-
atlivT Ledimter.

d'a Veptable Pill, u a cathar.
Mase- dacoubort, no disturb-
S los od. sleep, but assist the
W e"Pm, so that atitetory
Mare'lletd in a natural and
hr.Am .

&r'' ,Bowg, whole
Sw aeek this beantbu
xe k-, wa lai the oity a fe
week. He reports the pe
A ,w''* wonm to recover their
occasioned by last winter's
The vicia4y of Tua TN
was thrwa tto a fever of
Tuesday afternoon by th
negro for #rrylax a rifle
'" ceoe. The prisoner w
however, as the "rile" p
f othling more than an or
^ ."' Weoa-bnowlewgsapleeai

read : al-

or twelve
*qilW bmen&t for


jj' '.1gs great remedy is indorsed b
*phscIwan, and prescribed by then
. i over the world.
Posityely guaranteed to cure the mos
stubbor cases. The formula is published
plainly on every bottle. As a tonic it




For Female Complaints and
building up run-down sys-
tems it acts like m gic. Try
a bottle and be convinced,

"Wasa iheomatie etferer for 18 months. Derivedl no Lnce
from nhBul treatment at Minleral Wells, Toy ,r Hlot .Apring
VAk. YwM oeoreclared my eonalition hopeless, but as a lto Iewoo
da P Py ., Upman's Gret. Romey y. T.i u!h its use I *
to~daa weman.' W. F. IMMINN,
SWmmlaoa iie, leading Orocer Waxal t' ic, a.
b b, W. rifiAim, Dr.i agt.
a di.paJpltatt.mofhe burt. Hal not hb1pL on either dldo fi
le err now pson A .-iAVY. Dc I,., Tea..T
J .M. MxxlIr. Notary Public.

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SA r In i every TuaaWsdnsuaer" aM. INal) eVjrv Tuesday. Thursday uand
itti:meltblesow's the tlest which atrtfne may lto expetote to arirly at and depart
fromthesev ii s~lo~~,ut5~E U~tv ~ U a 4I tm des stmald is Motguaranteed,
nor hIWE.... in5a cmy of Uspe t

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dmeauios L q 11 ~lqdwmpg-Llvoqj
'"aqnst dose suvtoomujO
LuuqS4 Lia Iujqleusoe seq pros uq
Iva= noi p-rn lqjlu ssw oeqvpoe eM
si U3005110 oPIUomisl ix *I05 1.
AM D' Aoft1-4qUWGOoR aepeqWo
VW"time eq. q

*--e on m 'I~q V; pepuesa ,,
.us pulmop oW, %op lqa uev,
Rome suqs ii esulsz uo eluuwmon
.qad eqs pomogwoxe j.Itu~i e ale2;1.9
-a WIN "qaosuqa
.leR .111jnd Alm.sowa peeq el
ul ulod vad ILI oeoszo 91plAt go eq
'ALou qet,, :LqJaoSuM~AnfM qpOou6j1e
vme if laq 'NMI moe 10;J .eweq sm
aeqoq wrnMepleU l 1nd ps lueid
ulInad puo pu~w a%, miqZ.S~iq tmjq
Suplof uvBoq lq Oinpuwle e"A oq-
nuid is Eupsad, asiaiolelzig v uy
0" It.~ea V

Dr. Price's Cream sBakig Powder
Were's Pair HigbMt Medsl and Diples
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The B'st Salve in the world for Cute,
Cruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever rsores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup-
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
Perfect satisfaction, or money refunded
price 25 cents per box. For sale by
Ackerman & Stewart, druggists.

of Alfre IuDavis, late of PutuamsComty, do-
ceaed, I call upon eZditorm, ltm, dihtoili-
mam, heirs d all person hav g olsmu, or do-
muds aCMStladd obtAt, tO pnwn t aM to
me within the time presorlbMd by lawI.
March I, Ile. mhk
Administrator's Notice.
estate of loes McCarthy, dooea I shall
s fial etaun of my accouonts ad ask the
Conat Jud tor my dicharp said adminl.
trator .=ta y aMIr Ow the publloatlon of this
notce duly gien M snqulredb lsw.
March 1, 105. Administrator de bonis men.


opWr, OCILL BLOCK oover Post oo
,tka. florida, feS-tf

Suoeeoor to J0osrH H. sIArroD.)


Candy Confections.
Onge in any quantity paled and shipped on
ahort notion.
The 0eiiirated Indian River Pilutpples an
bleamas on hand.,
All goods warranted fresh and sound,
*. WINDIoH,.
CAnmW LOUmO asd aooad.

M. J. Murphy.

li StMat Biard Mill

Aent for the calebra W. Bar
per 8ilveter Whkiessi. A full tln
of the best brands at the lowest prices

8mCt A ,.-"'rbon'. ........... 4
p. _.........................
The Ju Trade a specialty. Country
orders solited. ocSI-t

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asMMr Trim Thb* wig To burn* '.
Spl tsdItobMasssmadinme :
e fuor the roned ti; lmthVsdmi o
termlog Iy i W. 'm ** e
polite within a rifiuos o0 miles t
Maeon, mro d t tioket will be mM
July 8th, 10th, 9Ith, 17th and lth,ak
one fae for the round trip, with lialt
ave days huo date of Male. On dame
not speeLed between 5th and 19th, a
rate of fae and oue.third with limit
even days from date of sale.
To Tifton, Ga., and return, accomu
Midsumsmer Fair, excursion ticbetb
will be solid from all points July 9th,
10th, 11th and 12th. good returning
July 15th, 1898, at one fare for the
round trip. Speeiol train will be ram
for thin oocaao July 11th, leaving

Valdoeta at 8 a. m., returning 7:385 p
for further information apply to youar
nearest ticket agent, or to
M. J. CaANCY, Tickft Agent, Palath.
OWhen inS Brooklyn or New York
caU on Joux J. LrrTL, at the "Bo-
hemlan Cafe at 916 ergen stret,o
where you will And a full line of iAe
Wines, Liquors, Beer, Cigars MaM
Tobacco. de7t


Offce,'over OldlNattoWBn Bak Building, oppe--
Ite P Ot-OUfo0.
All,basinem entroatd to hi sars will re
prompt stemtion. 0**MW

I. L. Purcell,

And commUor t Law. oppoe" e tohe co
lr'lu Pmou l aIn court. PALATKA



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S PAL ATAf, FLA., he'.4, 189. ours these, I l i. nto the li on U
-the ildad asd g try to lge on s- vr h
readers m as munprejudled a report ,a
seA rrl o I trAl E Tes.,s., M i ble, come with the oG. im ein te
SoUNR IOn .] ThLATIN e 0 Tom. rececome with 8. ,. he or. owbas 11.4
eyiut-l ereimIn y M rso. P To the Floridaorange gr o wer A. dinary pill..All It wa pa i ntr A
males eema almost a diuferet world to medical authorities aD t llaningl ed be 1 p e tht .
THAT L 'l(AR FA CORY his own home, and I will odly give my agree that in re oen, the ump ewhlp .a
What ha bee the Amerin impremslons and let the rueder draw his latingthe bowels .. .. ...
What^baa become of the Amsricn own conclusions. a ir ., he bwelsprofelin, was utterty or,,at AI AIM
Cigar and Tobacco Company, which The fr t impressions are of woder mld method are qualiaatlon that to make usw e ,
atfoe und eveopedoresources of the Wa u reaeonago tomak p O i
promised to do wonderk for a th a il the u moprts of the le* --- Fo lainMary ePlke had ad tw* -nage eekly.
-the enterprise that promised within lan n cultural way d the every trouble of progreed only pity killed the hear s o.
three mon ths two-fold, brincreging the Gemour popCity primitive methods employed. The ad. the liver, stomach the audience that one so igournst of Memory is a little as
into prominenld, brigas having onthe ofGem ityhe vantage of the island are many, per.- and bowels, these tiny, sugar. the rules of the game should have ban and then, ad ean mee one t01 orpt
into prominextensive cgas having one of the haps more than I have discovered, but coated pills are most ifob. placed in so responabte a patios. thngep worth iememberinge,
world? thtense ar factories n thea e thedisadvantge aren't lacking. They go about their work Had it not een for t egation ha an experleae liketh wi l
SThe advantages which rt present eas and natural wa n of the Atlanta catcher, imported for to Mr. D. at, laIs
The citizens of Palatka, in public n asy nat way, an the occasion, who really prompted all V., who bs "I. had bees a
meeting assembled, pledged es them selvee s to the prospectorand par- their good lass they decisions, we doubt whether the gen- for years with a torpid liver s
to the support of the project by cn m are absolute freedom from frost and a stren then and tone up the tleman would hve been recognized sno relief until I took Simmo's U.
plyg with of th e requirement s requestedof very fertile oll. Adversity of agrical- lining membranes of the tom- the umpire at all. regulator, when I was entirely M
by th agent anp d one of the direto of tural prodnut theatsatounds one.The ach and bowels, thereby pe. In brief, his decisions were rotten, lived of my troubles. I1rlatoe d l
the prop d io Wi thout hesi principal exports are coffee, cooa, b motion destion. Sick and and if they had been equally distributed being without Simmons Liver Rwiu ""
tancy, and in goo feth they subscribed atrue fruola ntpineapple, Biliou adache. Constip- would have.been deplorable, butras tor. WI
130,000 of the capital stock, exhibited DR whe nu t e Bilious ea.. ch, ., a thy were uin favor of Palitha, they
thei0epoft shoisncapt lo stoc h d ^coclanut, aurdntlas, sandr, pimento, tion, Sour Stomach, Iudlamt .n hih in b a Fresh a S e Suah
their enterprise by donating fifty acres dyew, ap and wem Bsi these Pie m t toac,. .I4MW certainly left the doctor in an embar- Fresh Garden Seed $1 Su t1.
of land, and exercised their influence Dlio US Aettacks ess the i i position. gust re eived by S. E. t ..
in securin from the City Council an -egtbles w ni"-.n the n 'he-tr Thze oe the only tfour iings ust received by S. E. to Gt
eetin from taxation teyar.many edible fruits and nearly all the are pv t P Rlieved wl Thm e sorfo the only four inni-g Bh o ND .4 T
exemption froma te axation for ten years.g either grow wild or are cultiv t ated The permanently cured. TIhey're played w as follows:
They were assured by Mr. Partridge, climate healthy and in but few local- thep o Te o o
the agent above referred to, that or- climate is healthy and i but few Wl the cs c pill for they're Iaatka ...........0 1 2 0_3. r ab
the agent above referred to, ethat or- ties will one fnd either maquitos or datranfted to give satisfaction Gainesville .......... 8 1 8 0-7 Secretary Carlue will in all probably
ganiz tion would at cea tffected, and fliestroublesome. Her scenery is or your money is returned. When the game wes called by Cap iLY be an aspirant for the Demo raticf N' m
ing would begin within two weeks.u l very flue and in some parts of the Is- -- Ltalu Mlayfleld Palatka had made two whether the party could putanI stronger g ,eGm
Fg wouldlhbegin with twaweeksinceland grand and beautiful. There are The Kbighta Tempiars captured Boo. runs and two out. These runs, how- thee old p ashewie The Metopo IA-gt
F ythia rtdasmald, s the few capital crimes committed, and the too last week. Seven hundred and fifty ever, would not have been made had the been reorganised usder th nam of
this assurance was made, still the order maintained is good The island thousand people witnessed the parade the decisions been ust. the favor of the administration. Jacksonle il.
ruacture poses in idle l agnifinence is well supplied with schools of mixed of Knights in that city on the 28th ult. The decision that resulted 'in the Merchants, Attention The p t on the M on erald
t se e p h the o nesmanwhich l white and colored scholars. ,abor is -_ --calling of the game wae in regard a toa r k l eeonas facing
never will;the owersand it has n ever been of very cheap. On the other hand the A ear for Fifty Cents play on first base. A 'alatka man made The Tampa Merchadise and to much work. Thee no d o
any marked eef to Palatka o American is struck with the social The Saturday afternoon edition of a sacrifice. There were three men on stateAuctionCompanycant anyo
equality of all colors, the terrible and the Jacksonville Metropolis will be fur- bases. Harper got the ball and threw Estate Auction Company can ta any Ie co r over
than its magnificence. How can a ho- unconcealed immorality of the people nished, by mail only, at the extremely It to Morrow, who at that particular part of jour stock into cash in thirty 0 halfte inttM have been die-
tel, or any other enterprise, be of much and the wholesale stealing of the blacks, willbe illed to the brim wr it Iat erin day' time at good pri 100
intfil te oa c unity the brm ithal their tlas sta e sthea waovdengfit das tim e atoh odprie M 100,000
interest to a community when it pose whichmakesailm hesitate about settling news, as well as largeI variety of read- Morrow had the man out and was paid out to laboring classes here weekly.
in idleness for at least nine months if h has a faruily to raise. There are ing matter. This is the cheapest news- stepping off the first base when the Pa. Correappondence confidential.
out of every twelve, an when opera- 80percent of the births in the island paper ever published in Florida. By latka man ran over him and knocked Address as above, P. 0. Box 795,
tons o egn every article tat will legitimate and the moral tone of bus- takin The Metropols youget an ag- the bell from his hand. Tampa, F W hut
Aseep, and every employee, is imported n hsoa b gre sDemocraticJournaa, u
from a section hundreds of miles away. ness is very low. One of the wealthiest The daily edition of The Metropolis To the amazementof the players and uth arola is stll having troul a
There has been, since the birth o.f and most prominent men socially is a will be furnished at the following rates audience the umpire called him safe. South Carolina stll having trohosio
Sert ide a een, sice tohe nb ie o. large I owner of retail rum shops. The in advance only: One year, 4; six This was enough for the Oak Halls. with her Jag law. W m a nssm
r Partridges propostton, stom e d i months, $2: three mont
varsity of opinion as regarded its stealing ocrops would be a source of ont : three moths, 1; one They offered to continue the game with W. F. Gill, a brother-in-law of Mrs.
rerity, but in the face of that the solic annoyance to the American settler, and The Metropolis every day in the any other mar as umpite, but this Pa- Cornelius Vanderbilt, has instituted
cet th e ae o, a he wouldfind that he coula not protect week will be sold at the news-stands at latka would not consent to. proceedings for divorce aginsthis wife
ing committee did good work, and i. his own property, but must rely upon two cents per copy. Ask the news The Oak Hall and their friends re for drunkenness.Theeorg
the report shows evidence of the coati the law and not lay hands on a thief boys on the train for the paper. turned last night, highly ldignant bet all con.netstors at the at atch
?, e nfed ofwant the grea ter majori gty of our UICAOrrR & RUS SELL, tur et-d last night. h highly indignant, be.a.. alMo the gr stf ma tch
dence of the greater majority of our even if caught in the act. The pun- ProprtTEto The Metropo, and will play the Paltk-Alat con- M WAT .- ig tcash rics held at Sea Girt, N. J.
people. ishment by law for petty stealing is so Jacksonville, Fla. tingent on any ground in the State with paid for all moss. For full particulars The t. Gege Ilt.
The proposed company has thirty light (a short term in prison with bet. a half decent auupire. address, Davies & Grieveson, Welaka The1 lr Retal,
days yet in which to accept or reject ter food than the prisoner is used to), Cheap Rates Over the G. 8. & F. Moss Factory, Welaka, Fla. novltf The susessful management of this
Palatka's proposition. It may do either, The Sun seems to know a great deal well kept hotel has moaitaled its ex-
but in the case of r ejeopostion. my do either, and the fact tat the prisonerlosesno The & F. Rlroad will el more about the game than those whoct for cll reputation throughout the dull.
ut in th asgge of rejectiheone Ti e sub-'e- cat whatever on account of his con- Tickets Palatka to White Springsuand were present, but tLat paper cannot be Excursion fo the ummer esineputatioa thoht the dullmer
et l the mu presthe Summer diess incident to the mdummer
rib suggest, an the land if necessary, victns, mak the suppression of return, for five or more on one ticket directly blamed, as it received its in- atreduced rates tall Summer Resort, moths. This has brn done by th
rito ,ho nd ithe andi nexe ss>FoIary, these crimes impossible. Another vtry
Offered as an inducement to some serious objection is the absence of any at the rate of $1 per capital. Tickets formation from parties who came over It rio e that hasob lendpried
othe en uari with the G ainesville club. l a t lo E M 's D ru g Store, opposite court- superior Be r i th t >r1b o ^ do^i
other enterprise. .trespass law so that the settler would to be sold, commencing Friday, June As regainesvth ilnec of Dr. house eur os thot sbe. ere
At no time n the history of Florida find it impossible to keep thepeople off t, 895. on h Friday, atur Steen, we ha e ds the decisions o f Dr. ho that Gain Mr. Gablefor the amopretor,
Steen, we haveo only toF say that ane St- r Gamblew theav proprietsy, is mum
have assaults and murders been so nu- his property and consequently hard day and Sunday until further ad- vile forgets the very bright (?) de- Dr. Price's Cream Bakng Powder bred among the foremost botel me
arlous. Every paper reaching this of- to prevent the stealing of his products. vised; limit good returning until the alons of Umpire McArthur against Pa- M t Pearft Made. of the State. The peopleoetinue to ,
fice contains accounts of such calami- The negroes steal from each other as Tuesday next folbwlwing date of sale. laka in that town recently. They ad FRESH nd BLIABLE GAB go the s. Geto.
ties. well as from the whites, and some of Also, Round Trip Tickets to all nothing of the GinBsvllle man whom ,FBESHantRLABLE GA Ro B
the most prominent planters told me Summer Resort., good returning Oe- McArthur called "ote" on second DEN SEED Just received and for sale
The yacht Defender has been chosen that they lost a large percentage of tober let, 18M5. when h e did not om within twenty at S. E. Bond's.
to compete with the English yacht Val. their crops tin this manner and could 1. J. CHANCEY. Agent, when e did not come within twenty
Union Deaut. Pao tka. feet of first base--and the umpire J. T. & K. W Trains.
will be series of five races, the odd to The negroes do not steal the agricul- U 1 e..ue t" iMI,1 wers"" Plasi"w mention the unfair decisilones of their HWedsteal the agricl- eue Mss Paw mention the unfar decion of their ad some ae.
declare the winner, tural products to eat only, but to sell. upire in calling the prettiest strikes Clubman--Colonel, I understand you
Everything about the house must be Mexico, according to Preaident Diaz, balls. Umpire Steen can give M e am Acqusinted with virartue in all its
Considerable comment will be caused kept under lock and key. The cheap is enjoying an era of prosperity, not- Arthur pot on the rules of the na- Colonel-mNo, not not in all f om
among the newspapers publehing the labor is most unsatisfactory, In fact withstanding the fact that silver, their tional game that would benefit him to I'm a bachelor.--Spare Mome.nts.a
delinquent tax list, regarding the ac- most Americans would consider it principal export, was greatly deprec!- a great extent. The absurdity of AseoamaW e. ore Vr
tion of Comptroller Bloxham and Gov. worthless and whether higher wages ated in the foreign markets. Gainesville criticizing Palathka's urm- Amy BelUle-Don'W t you think shbe has
ernor ,Mitchell aIn deferring the sale of would obtain better labor is a question pire, when their own man does not a edtivated voice? G. en. Agt
land for taxes thirty days. There ex- of much discussion. Aftermy own ex- ... know enough about the game to dis- Sue Shwarp-Yei it certainly is hae- a asowanug groees ew
late a doubt as to whether the action perience I would advise all Florldians, ltnguish a strike from a ball throw owing. Puck.
was legal. As the matter now' stands wishing to settle in either the West1%t If he does know, then he submits him- 5 wui ____ ,i
it will be a severe loss to those publish- Indies or Central America to reside in self to the charge of favoring his own "This is one of the penalties of prom* FOR
ers who have printed the lists and de- the country they may select for some team. itsstiletto into the sle evictim
e__ strayed the type. months before investing any capital. If Ganevile bgged Pala itka so long nos.-Choo Trihans. "
Uions for the office ofd In conclusion I would say that I am continue the game with another urn- rt Ins oy $ isderei ,tbea. .
Peace for the Stateat large. Our mr back in the United States nd that as a pire they were none too load in their
derers are still increasing, and if Mr. Table place of residence is quite gool enough r quest. as Palatka was anxious to A Stron PotIfication.
Forward can't have his Jurisciction for ime. A N O ,o finish the game. They would certainly Fortifythe odyagainastdisea,
onlarred I want to be voted in right ......... ..have given the Oak Halls a mot se- by Tutt's Liver Pill., an abso,
away. I begin to feel an a hurry for Gods vera defeat.
sasi. The poor farm ain't purchased, 80o tl 0 ) The Sun says the Oak Hallas are will- iutecurefor sck headache, dys-
and I have only half of that potato xid'5. ISUth Ge or a ColVe lng to play the P'atta-Atlant ecou- pepsia, sour sto ac, l
left, and will have to live on poke TH-sIL A tingent on any neutral ground. They constipation; jaundice, bilious. b s
green sled) unless you hurry up, I e THOMAsVL GA. harp on Palatka being strengthened
doe't know as you are going to fall in by the additition of three professional neas and all kindred trouble. Irrs MAleUs a "
with any of my pla a, but money I FORBOYS AND.GIRLS I men. but have never lntimated tkMt h yW e UK L
omat have, andiflhvonotmmntice I ,T S Gainesville engaged Harper and Val- Dr. Tutt; Your Liver Pill are e

me- U Before the nitse of the anu rae. Usost Ap1oed Morn Methods bale, ach engagemen of Jcso r
,lg of the National Editorial Assoca- D an dpartm,*ntsu.nclutg msic ana vdle, fkor each engagement .with Pa. be grateful for gh acde. t as .
oton at Aibury Park last summer, says commoglouss sd Elegant iudidlng 18tka. broughtthemtomynotlce.Ifeel i .
the Florldsaitizsn, that body decided sad Ground,. In conclusion, Palatka wishes to .t .. '
to hold its next convention in Flo"da. na ""'" near Hicaone a u d Tol .,et that her team can defeat Gaines- = a hew o ",
The ttme selected for the annual meet- Titua 2, ,. ',or.,lng -s ,le on any grande (exept their .Faie 'Liver. Pills-0
ing is January 21, and the place will be to u..van-m oe ,, ,,. ABSOLUT"uL PUi" own), woth auyumpi exce,,tinone Tutt' V
; St. Augustine, in the spacioas Caiuo, Attendanoincreoung yearly--Ist McArthur.
one of the la gest, auditoriums in the iafsl T'em epens earrXMBER in, iase. S .1'
tional Editqrial Association is large, Mass ii. MkttILr, Pres.,,r
and the attendance at the convention.

be between 2,000 nd 2,^00, One weekly o I tP E "l-TAIC *
Wa to be spent In Foorid. the Invita I o TOM
On aextended by ,5 AgLs ato W l
* u lee a trip ove the Florida eai t O Sam
U BiwqI frnI St. AuIgstine toe s uWaoel&ago I -.FOR ALEI
60tmeste"su ed of the roas, sad afIr I $am watering 003A0o e'iAT
leereod b meethak. ,wm*e sest l ader thoie,
iedi a. ft olamp ins alp *r ec d ..
tA U1de Milea and ai~es In
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l t *ie b tSeioler has eassd him to tirnt*k.
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,b impeat anot of City Tax h WIN S i .
~lNer Morgan another column. ao. rmy se who to wetry nd worn; oma (blon d pater).
i Whoe hear is deprceed, fortaken, torlorn. @.* How to C veury klt DiNe-," ftre.
M issees Dh and arellne Melenie, Ishetd bry st sonad of some ilght poiM n Dam a Oue. ea,. 5.1 Ar, ,a.
at tritisUwd.l, Ied alNtg at Tbda. ayword. SAI T
Mr. A. J. Reybolds, one of Welaka'S Wog Iassa alone but br chanoe it i
Sant mhantM vtid the Inty Dnpalirt iooon haBedlntotanuivingmong. V l MI Ml
S TuOley, Buet tM"ir hrltit high "tha we t gy outhern a

Prof. H. 0. Hamm left for St. Au- tnuo." xTrmfs.
g*st" e Tuesday, after 6 pleasant vift rayon IslSn u, Ac.241U. a BAPTIsT Chounca-Mornlog, preach.
to relatives here. Why Not Yeon ln 11 a. m.; Sunday School, 3.30 p. m.;
Mrs. H. R. REstei, after a few days' When thousands of people are taking evemrning "Terre, n 3 o: f b st
S' isi to friends at Goetown, ha r Hood' areaill to overcome the evening, "The Glory that Should Fol-
Sturned home. weakness and languor which are so low."

Mr. J. D. Wyeth, one of Pomona's* common at this seon, why are you
tr p leat and popular oltisens, was notdonlog the same? When yeu know 100 Bewar i00.

S Iamong our welcome visitors during the that Hood's Baraparilla has power to Thrd of this paper will be
S wk. cure rheumatism, dyspepsia and al to learn that there a at least
The loqting camp of 1. 8. Hodges disease caused by impure blood, why one dreaded disease that acIence has
m been transferred from Dunn's creek do you continue to suffer? Hood's been able to cure m all its ste, and
to Dp ereek, a few miles north of Pa. cures others, why not you? that l Ctarrh. H s arr ure
lates. HOOD's PILLS are prompt and pl- medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
Mr. A. M. Uten and on, Alli, who len. constitutonal disease, requires a con-
~ huvo b 'n s titutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Sehae en lt Quit a u our people n. Wnt Cure Is taken internally, actiugdirectly
at Pablo, are bor aNans, snburned Q o our p upon the blood and mucousa arfaces of
Sad happy. Joyed witnesing the eclipse of ut the system, thereb- destroying the
m. Geo. _.Welchwill.hAor y .. lnoon Tuesday night, which corn- foundation of the disease, and giving
M.r. eGk. oa Wslwl yhortvisyit. t-lea e e at .10 In the e-enin .nd th'.s patient strength by building up the
tr tmf eky O i short vtit. Little .., -l S5 8 constitution and" usslting nature in
Miss lBell will vsit relatives at We- a"te n a. doing is work. The proprietors
lab. dauraig thls time. N' TA R BII have so much faith in its curative pow-
..... e-- im'tii.. PINE T 'A SYRUP err, that they offer One Hundred Dol-
M.M. J, Walton and J. C. Vertrees thukla o oh and told lars for any case that it fails to cute.
Jr., lt0e t trnmed from a few days' ough.and C. Send for list of testimonials.
Souting on the coast at Summer Haven. Peek's drug store, corner Second and Address, F. J. CHINEY d CO,.
SMr. G.o. W. Basett, who has been Lemon streets tSold by druggists. 75c. jeS
vsitiUng Summer Haven for her health l. .. f l o p, .. "
an over Monday greatly improved. bu n ainville wa in the city MISS FLORA PADDAK as
She left for the coast an yesterday. a, ulati amo his nu removed her business to 114 JULIA
Ms. C. I. Trowel, of Jacksonvillle, merltea friends S RET, Jacksonville, Fla., where she
passed through fhe city Saturday ou ine s hopes to increase her tock. All mal
ber way to Norwalk. She was accom- orders promptly executed.
plated by her .t, Mrs. Downing. Thi A U m n (ha. W. Carsn, soliciting agent of
SMr. and Mrs. John Q. Tllghman iloUU lUt 0l III II5II the Tropical Trunk Line, was in the
S weat up to Jrayton Island Saturday. W IA UTOas MIUtis. city yesterday.
Mrs. Tghesa i nd children will re BRAD Tired women need to have their
P "" ""r. i...Hne. .. w are Itlam b e blpod pur ed and oenrhed by Hood's
td hip e summo- er UtLAte I I of tSresperill. It will give them strength
S l tBl eeit'ora i "da". They AOU"P A VtIAICit d ealh.laC
r... tr to Georgtown In a day nh wi com-. f d MiaAll. Whianan, on of Naihua'
he... Kbtor chncd 10arin niminig and talented young ladinu,
I'.. M DJ. Alowe, who-is speeding i esed beu to o. i ani d spent a few days is the lty this week.
S a eks at bl eatiful place near joy to reign throughout th fra.. The exan.atlion of teachers took
o ua, wa inw te aw days this .. ~f a ll o ReUltt... place in th ahy Tseeday. Quite a
Sweek. He sports the people in that .s PIx e.nE T ,YfrUo r number wer exuemimed, and the resual
S' tion comparatively happy, and are Ian frio w aill be koown in a few daya. .
wortnag to recover their lost fortunes f w i b ow timna s.
ouasi on ed by last winter's f.res.. Ie M i nas.l's Mr. A. W. Appleby. one of Fruit-
M.The Wl .iy of Tass Tzswh AsLen. o estree t lts MM Ga land'se m ost po la dizou, apt a.
Tsdgy aumernHn frby hel, Aln th fnerl few days In the d ity this week. We 0c-
wasm o r hwa le a fever of atemet ~ knowledge a pleasant oall.
Shesdg left for by the oeas of y a removed b t 1 "
aegro for h rrylBi a rie without a I 11 It i claimed that Archie Hayes, who r. Dan Casey, hs of G corge-
S, eere. The prisons w 7a release, won the twelve mile handicap race in p
h owev.--, ahe ".. rif, proved to be Sanford recently, is the youngest rcing town' promin c. v
nothing more than an ordinary ld gle- whe.lman in te th, and lat yesterday.
4 *1 le. ge -gu eet that ever won a road race. He is > '
Mr. but twelve years old, and uncer size for N T E
1 .. W sowlied a pleasant all Tu s y But he ha grit and trying
day fosa Mr. J. E. Colvin and son, qualities. It is but a few months since By order of the Council the City Tax
b'; hile.y, of Funcis. Mr. Calvin i a he tan a twenty-five mile road race in Book for 1894 will be closed OcTomUn
tAWw ciner, having a few days ago Orlando. He did not win in that in. 1i, 1896.
'a e e ha!rgei of the beautiul Hillok -tance, but he stayed in until the tw l ies.i Ciot Telsarde
on Silver Lake-o of the m I e e although a e tot c e or
*ask S, S t plu n, Drk0- o 0 jt o r-five miloe wsre covered Tad adthulhaneoefttle ct Oce.,
'' mt oltle i the Stat. He is the he came in frah and BENJ. B. MORGAN,
l" t ast viah bht new home,and honie wOne for the work.-Sanford se6.m City Colljetor.
iHe ,eots of ourthe peo ple Rev. J. I Oates, pastor of the Flrst CIRCUIT COUT, TH JUDICIAL
e~ ,W-ielo a very pleasant Baptest Chrch, will leave for 0l.k on CIBOUIT IN AND OBR PUTNAM
Br1 p*,s11* u th first of Otober, having been called COwNTY, PLOBIDA..
o the pastorate ofo the Baptist Church l"os qfsorv, je -I
occasioned by s w. Mp.on of
our people, who hold him and hls and'Umpopufl, tar cLtizn s uaiet a
1fam ly In the highest esteem. Mr. W"s"-
Oata is a learned and eloqaent divine, k .orlai ple asns csal .W
and an enteypriRng and high-toned wi m, tnar ,, j
nego for' tr,, a~lttU ride wto a It- ItM Isn HH that Ab Hys whoIIWO

Iev. David boyd, of McMeekin, waa r a to n me im r
Bi the city yesterday, sad capedd at our rectlydt
Sma ae o rselbew his s h bcSUtihon to Tali W. A- leWyesJeida.
%b, nu.e aw, saying that he coId A i
bu twee e th r. Rev. otia of sems fol
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"How on earth did that scheme of the wlY W iMiattr Tl.
sai. s got out?" mid the emancipated which theywl0ll w yo e -1
woman to her husband, "I told no one
|r g|. bChrnnvey Book, N. d. :you oat g.od'HgB---y t
ut you, and you promised to kIep it toEWS, but It i motle t place th Montal. t eltt forth o m
P A wl-kpyourself." enh.ias And food of c rood Y Bay l
.' "orWhy, my dear, I only told it to Mr. the day andll you at Ote is i e, andu
Dinsnore d andMr.l pud o s andlt iMr.wKee- Mr. Sierau s f41 9Iith ial SagaI*
dic k and Mr. Rickett and-"athday o will a
woman s angry Interruption man with its GRAND WATER FALLS, FRIrTY LITTLE Tenture ouy t6etable Is hheet in 0 .4
can'tkepa aecret.,"--Judff W l4" '
Hardy Perenn. VIEWS, but it is the moet pleasant planeo i the Mountains. e it you ah e foey a B y o
ASo a well-koptoga rden whore an &oTwnAnd Sy, .It youaftfo fa oed Ely Btyw 1 5 -il---.--.,
Hostsof freshbeauties eaeuceeding year, Because it is net only the -osot beautiful spot on earth with Its grand water time I'il l iio you a pointer: suree. .
Esch seasonenow and lovelier buds per- falls, pretty little glens,,towering mountains and meguflcent views, but it tisthe Andb hae your birthday come while rH.. E -
Buds of sweet girlhood that too soon are blow most pleasant place in the mountain, you are there; if years don't comeWU O
To the fll blossom of matron's s phermountains. you a the; t do c
The ad. neglected wal-now'r-it alone It is away from the noise and bustle of Rail Roads. and is therefore, the best one of your beet mother-in1laws will p IH O r LANDS m d YOUSiL, ; i', *
Knows nu o chane or cheer place to gain health and eeal pleasure. do just al well, and you an depend c you
-awW 'v *nn How do you get there from Atlanta, Ga., Norfolk, Va., Wilmlngton, It C., upon it that Uncle Jim will have the
P R"ltl *IGHT" AT IT. or intermediate points? Parties going to Chimney Book take the seaboard Air event celebrated fight, and if you say NCOURAGE evey one you may
Line Trains, which are the best equipped of any line of Boad in the South. so will send the bill of expense to aid
SThe Seaboard Air Line carries Chimney Rock visitors to Rutherfordton, from mother-in-law, On these ocoasmons r. K Now, to use DARwLI NS T TIUBB, bMo g..
which point a connecting line of stages carries them over a splendid mountain Brown reads somethp g soft and sweet "
S4 road, through valley, and by a beautiful river with its ever changing scenery. about the moon, while Brother John- F and RIEIT IT.4 to se for '
What Hotel Shall I Stop At? 0son tells a few stories, but fortunately
By all means stop at the Mour tain View Inn, conducted Dy Mr. George P. his good wife keeps him prompted, u ANY CROP, making a STRONG, STOCKY
Horton and his estimable wife. The hotel is new, the furniture and fittings of he has so many at his tongue's end
the best, and the surroundings well kept. From the hotel is a grand view of that he is more than apt to get several ROWTH, and Sweet Juicy VaOGTABaLU and Funa that '
the most wonderful water falls in the United States, the famous Chimney Rock, of his stories into one and forgets the
towering hundreds of feet into space. point. NGAGED ahead, by those ME ANTS who do
4lrs. Horton is an estimable lady, making everyone feel at home as soon as And after remaelning at the Coquio ENGAGED ahead, by those d HA TS'who
f they arrive. She gives her personal attention to her house-work, and superin, two weeks you have not shaken off OT want only the VERY BEST Fruits and Vegetables. ./,
tends the cooking department, which insures the most perfect cleanliness. The and forgotten all your troubles, you N
kitchen is kept as clean and neat as the parlor under her management. Mr. had better hunt a lawyer and make a T AKE time and write AT ONCE to the
Gorman Dizer-What do you do for a Horton is a hustler and believes in having everything fixed to please his guests, will. I WaS THERE.
living when your summer boarders He has lawn tennis and croquet grounds, quoit pitching grounds, a marble ORMOND, September 2. F ertI i e
lerlclure Farner-Waal, about yard,, [that is, a yard nicely graded, where the boys, men, and ladies can play Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder lI '
same as I've been doin-keep on fat- the old, but ever new games of marble, "roll hole, knuckle down, &c"] He Werid's Pa i het Award.
tening hogs.-Truth, has wings, joggling boards, turmnui boards, and many amusements for the FOR OVER FIFTY YEAR
A oa Deceiver. children. He has rustic seats over the beautiful grounds. No wherelse can MRs. WINsLow's 8oTn o r STUP has
They were dancingto one of de Ko- visitors find a place where they can get the comforts and pleasures that they been used for over fift yean by million JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
even's melodies. do at Mr. Horton's hotel, of mothers for their children while teeth LL ,
"How divinely" he said, bending ten- But Is Not The Price Too High? ng, with perfect success. It oothes the And obtain their SPECIAL LOW PRICES to meet the timl,
dengley easuherof thisouldnot miss a No! It s really a puzzto the visitors how r. Horton furnishes the excellent cu wind colicn the s alla remedy forOAH WITH ORDER.
"Why?" she coyly asked, fare and the amusements to the visitors that he does for the small charges. for Diarrhea. It will relieve the por
"Because," he replied, "I've a beast- Some of his visitors have insisted on paying him more, and this is the reverse listsffenery part of the w world. Tw rug
I cold and want to dance it off."- of most cases, for it is usual to have visitors growl at high rates. He only lvo cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for
Judge. Th Aneiale OoaeleL charges seven dollars per week, or twenty four dollars for a full calendar "Mte ooter kind. Soothing Srup," and / A R Y D A
Theno.ts co..t month, ,ake to other kind. '
Freddy-Mamma, our principal says This is valuable information to me, and a number of my friends who are go- The Offoial Route. "l
that his school days were the happiest ing to take a vacation this summer, and I am certainly under obligations to you -
Mamma-e o rtaf h is life H wouldn't and will see you during July and August at Mr. Horton's. By the way how SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY, -DEALER IN-
so if it were not true. far is it from Asheville? OFFICE OF FLORIDA A8. AoT,
Freddy-Well, I suppose he played Only twenty miles. A three houie drive with a good span of horses willtake W. D. A E, P. AY T.
hookey and didn't get caught.-Life. you to, or from the beautiful mountain city, and to Vanderbilt's elegant W. D. ALLEN F. P. A., M al G' i'
Beethoven Appreciated. summer home. In fact, it is said that Vanderbilt is going to have a cottageSONVILLE, FLA., ly o
She (at a concert)--Oh, I just dote on built at a point near Chimney Rock, As to all these points you can write Mr. The Southern Railway, In connec-
Beethoven. George P. Houron, Chimney Rock, N. C. tion with the F. C. & P., has been se-
Sho-Yes. indeed. Beethoven's mu- By-the-way, a party of prominent editors visited the place and selected the elected by the Grand Army of the lie- '
sic is so delicate, so refined, so soulful, location as to the best place to build an Editorial Club House, and they wrote public as the Ofllcial Route to Louis-
it doesn't interfere with the couversa- many words of praise concerning the place and section. I will quote from the amle K., for the Annualational Brick. Lime. Cement Plater and Halr
Encampment in September. The route Brick. Lime, Cement. Plaster and Hair.
tion at all.-N. Y. Weekly. following papers: will be via Everett, Atlanta, Chatta.
SA Large Beeket. RALEIGH NEWS AND OBSERVER. nooga and Lexington. Orange Boxes. Orange W raps.
Mr. Parley-What's all that racket "Here with lofty mountains on each side the most pictures-ue scenery east For this occasion the low rate-of one
Snxt door? Who's crying at that rate? of the Rockies, we, a palty of editors have met to see for ourselves and to tell cent per mile has neen made, which Dry Cypress and Pine Heads. Bango and Florida Veneered
Mrs. Darley That's Mrs. Noyes' the world something of the real grandeur and sublimity. It is a revelation, will make the rate about $16.00 for the H
baby, little Noyee. and yet how many are willing to live and die without putting forth one effort to round trip from Jacksonyille. This Pine Sides and New Shaved Birch Hoop Oorreapondence eo 8
Mr. Darlepy-Little Nols? I'd like to view this wondrous scenery. The view from the dome of Chmney Rock rae is open to the public. Tickets will
know what you'd call a big noise.- is superb. It must be seen to be thoroughly understood." be sold September 8th to 11th and will ed. Office in Florida Southern Building, Water tre.
N. Y. World. CHARLOTTE OBSERVER, he limited for return trip until October
Sn doe aseil., "The shades of night were falling as we drew near ourdestination. The bar- th.
Miss Hushnot I notice that Mr vest moon hung in the sky as we rounded Chimney Hock. At our right was The route selected has two through *' .-V
Smalooin and Mise Dollaloola are Old Baldy, under whose gigantic cliffs we insignificant mortals wre reieasping trains daily, leaving Jacksonville at inen
married. Do you know where they along. The river sang a vesper hymn and it seemed as if nature was offering 7:30 a. m. and 6:90 p. em. ''
are located her evening prayer to the Creator. Te v:ew from Chimney Rock Is lor- G. A. R. Posts desiring peclal cars W
Miss Cynio--Can't you guesa? At the us. e Iut it as useless to describA the beauties of this region. lo can see an arrange for same by addresing W.IT8 B.
.Min io-^ 't you gnaw? At th.e ;~ '^ ^ OloD. ALLEN, FloridasaunrrAgent --ISHBADQUARTSB rMBBARGAiNSB I
home of the bride's parents, of course for yourself." DE0 lr loa r Ar e IS rF B
-N. Y. Recorder. WILMINGTON REVIEW. Southern Railway, Jackoonvil.a `1.
ThIbe perimtive. "It was up hill and down dale- now in the valley shut in by high hills, and FUR.,
Alethea (dreamily)-If I had a million anon skirting the brow of a precipice hundreds of feet above the plain beneath. THE IMPROVED Handsome Oak Chamber Suits, cheaper than has ever been Kid PaA tt L'
dollars I should be as happy s I could The country between Butherfordton and Asheville i beautiful, rich prosper- Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Glassiware, lamps and Crockery, at lowesl
b oIhould Mhp Iouldo andhappy., Westooduponthesummit of the rugged and pictures- I...l WA:
Alberta smilgly)-And yo que Chimney ad ed abroad for sixty miles, th eyes taking in almost at oneIn fact, you will findBARGAIN in and erything you want,at y
^.. Alethes (eestatically)-Oh, I should sublime." Polite attention pad satitafiUon guaranteed.
be twice as happy.-Judge. RICHMOKD DISPATCHII. LgI T A0'
"There is not a missing element In this beautiful mountain scenery. There rA rl
Not anI 3, one.. is a succession of grand views all the way for six miles. No language can de.- UI 1UI U Ti rd S. 15t
Pattent-I suppose there are still a pict the grandeur of the scenery all along the route. The Broad liver certain ... I .
great many unsolved problems in medi- ly Is as picturesque a the famed Swanoauoa; and Iarger and much mure turbu- .
etoe, doctors lent."
DDotor-Yes. For Instance, there Is NOIFOLK vIRGiNIAN. D U IL "
the question why sick people an =tlled
patlenta.-Puck. "At every turn of the road as we approached, the mountains unfold, panoram -."' 7 THE- *
pae,- c k like' displaying wild grandeur almost and yet faclnating in the extreme. Peak
Wearlsome Dodging. after peak seemingly reaching skyward after supremacy as though spurniug I.,
rural Houkee -You are the placidity of the valley, and denying the arts of the city builders of the l a *
thisasea.lton. plains. It is only a few years since man frstatood upon the summit of B r & 6 1 LlU
familiar Tramp-Ye, mum I had Chimney Rock. The outlook was superb beyond description."
e r some by a roundabout way to avoid RICHMOND TIMES. '
th' folks wot offered me work last year. "Heckory Nut Gap is the mostpeturesque section of the country to be foun4 IT I IMPORTANT Steamer OCr sent. .. ,
-N. Y. Weekly. throughout the Appitlachn chain. The Broad River, a restless crystal Tamuetr as Wu In P rom J ols ivril0mJak ovl a. m.i, Sulndays. tuse s Th i udlla. *
S r Ol com. stream, divides bhe gratlgorge, leaving a towering, rugged heiht on either si.s ises was ,aver'b o. Prom orseeat O atA sm,.. MenadapW, Wed essta 4oi
side. Members of our party were viewing with each other intho e use of ab- ,.
k R d (behind the enes)-Why, jetive over the glorious ndape. To attempt aderpton of the great gray W mE TH. Cs Excur on from O ret toP tk
what a rae coin. Stamped with the peaks, overlookinghraringeataracts and smiling vales below would be but mWom lEsRedaving g mg Bc rigs aaj 0c ty to P8dgke
SoldR h o saieffigy, t rilege when once a gliaIps" has been obtained. turn v '
l r horna Girl- She got it from A stay at Chimney Rock will cure malarial diseases, Blood Poison Indiges- -
P ifimTe ,nsma for birthday git.-tion and Dyspeplsia. Address GEO. I'. HORTON, Chimney Rock. N. C., uOqw { 'W *1A. ;R
and get full uartculars and Information. w'm s" Frog Palath dallt a t S0 p gap.l e U 'i
U s. .. .MI. ., *. .
H; oa-How do you know it is you 'n un ~ S a eem, U W haf fot of LeMaos 'e i.* ,a -M
you year fortune George want, to IN COURT (IF COI'NTY JUDOW. IN AND t i^ ____________________________
uthl-Re told me so, papa, dear; heo l V e FOR r'ITA oL RWT. VLOWZA. r a o. *
l lnoth e M a t t errDsu e t ae e eon ea ft t f Ii D av is 5
nmore. Ask your dealer for Sell Land to Way Del .
Full of on. Felig. To rnIaAsi on Ar cs osrvAsl, o01 Saesn .
wat a sensitive fellow Dobbe is!" NtouTv--e. aTSt. -, ,
lTel he's so full of sorrow for the x a%! OF TitS at "oa ; 'o^le^elp^
you feel wh.'n he tells youhe.... ......
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wo olp"ha m otRoS l" 4ae*l" a P ol or a ep pe whr tre haW
St hga (bert.oFoomhe eoe aduinpplng

EHHtSa orow* d n s"Millionf A m os a, % gust 18,you will see that the Florida

FLOles of my bout rling aRIDA CENTRAL & PENINSuiieAR R R t
ofrh hThelstsears d aleuoisa nhe ga v e every mano man, wom an It," for heIl too, with an excellent
Swtht M amt oo Line between lorid nd all Northern Polntd tome market and fairfreighterred trato:

m" Intet, td oer omimentsnlr g rad. comment teklh ledily winot. fruit stuff rot on the frees beLause of
Di sapaoealded2 theleson eo o l kage makes rgal. unprofitable pricd. Here, however, it
e sad w wet to h n th me o oomln..411 wh Ionly by seems more of a t e where nature got has
So tm th I ttMconAtt, c nooahv,.t nnnt, enough out lav hish and plenti farfto

S' M om Tab Hrt "bwa ett 1 P r work thm O l m atht oam ll e r Junction, Petolsumers, MobiNOr Te, Mexio, Calfor and clflc Ct. and that he ia th e low prices f working all
Se ot I about her victor, No wo" EFFECTIVE JULY 8,189k. minds of fruits and produce.
Sntentlyn lteaa og to every word, lan come lto my tam- II. G. WUlDE1AN.
SWhose trae was positively tdioat w ith lp what I wanted Old O rchad, fort or
9n4 n delight as his eyes swept over the done wheo I was FLORIDA CENTRAL PENINSULAR FR T ef o l O ihegaroe ibe 'clippings re-
SHe remained ard several Milea Heat sur oferae foewthr ide oday of March onfredo:ver yo
o9 don't ether r a petitions with no abatement of the mne atr of Mrs. Fannie Jon. Short Lime between Florlds and all Northern Points. feared to:
n" iterest, and after complimenting of Andesom, lad., I commenced taking "A dIsgusted fruit grower In Phelps
14 t elejand her school he took his leave. br. M fers r*16 0 11 fbr the N t EVERETT, SAVANNAH, AUSISTA, BA., COLUMBIA, WASHINGTON. BALTIMORE county, Mo., who has tried various
A1f1 h. "Did a trnge, elderly gen thtl man and wonderful to tell, In ten days I waseither llinois or Mis ori
wont sd m t viityour school to-day?" asked Nettie working ast light work and on March 19 am- PHILADELPHIA. NEW YORK, BOSTN11 AND THE FAST. markets Wih his early fruits, write hhis

t loon Wholen mO of arrietas t hey were going home. mne LINE THOGH T BEAUTIFUL as, which s h merchant heret that he hars not got
St m workand vnt lossadaym ine, Iam Everett, Macon, Atlanta CliattJauriraKaevlle, i L CinouNTRas Y a. MIDDLn i h Icgenough out olhis, himents so far tod

IcWo pteey ~ t potiy li onr, sed ,,befoe. uaitin,"returnedz Dtniond ot Dwans. -tour'dcCAMxcByA.Y are still heavily lotded with fine fruit-s e
ab Harriet, "but I paid no attention lnam now only anxious that everyone shan River Junction, Pesuacla. Mobile, Ntv Orleans, Texas, Mexico, California and Pacific Coast. and that he is sick and tired of working
Jig 1*1t6 MIIM d W M The' to him, and be did not stay long. No kaowotyfourwondertfl remedies." EFFECTIVE JULY S. 1895. in the hot sun with such results, and
id eve at o ns e seemed to know whoehe was; prob- Dresvile.ohiso. n.s hFARLEY.Not to send him a buyer for his forty acre
rh. ".14A is n snas to lagiieI y know what Else todo to whiledawayn anas !o d amis I IEast NEW YORK LIMITED and apple orchard and lie Iill soll the fruit
Sall tMinb Pom sue m tean g the time"a m itsue ,o forMNEW' YORK FAST MAIL on a basis of the value of the trees for
a Womaotown ith e dht A .o iems after thib Nettle o y lf to 0 Leave Jacksonville 7 :30 a.m. apple&, pea6.2hem cord wood."
S" "WKt e and rI nythin thrusting a letter into her t i otia"Allk to Mme. Vfewerie, the modhours'e, opotout ide over any of the
D .arehand exciAtedly said: "Beadtimore, Philadelp htraNt A rvek, eakso nie anll, railroads in either Illinois or Missouri,
atte what as ome ver this s what met Harriet's wondering RStresHealth through any the uit row whipped co-
"aked roin in an menteyes as she complied:0 o. INETHROUGH THmE e AUTIFUL ties discloses the fact that the orchards
unn aehool tesohin in't, the worst *e N L "Bs~BIGHW July 11 IDiamond oCat Dismend. PENSACOLA.and ESCAMBIA DAY.
dorm w assay has occurred linthe West school Mrs. pre herself to Leave JacksonvIlle 9.50 a. m. apples, peaches, pears, and plums; and
2' if theQ e s anything worse I city, mad. It agreeable to yel, I would like to Mme. Valerie, the modiste, to point out For Lake City, Live Oak. Madison, Monticello, notwithstanding the hiidianlay of fruits
asoul like to know it," snapped Mar- oavey t the position, beginani with anwerror In themmonumental bill for her Tallahassee, liver Junction, Pensacola, Moblie, in every market, the quantities shipped
Nt h, and so l don't ias di o an year, withthe usual v caton&Ad- "Madame will notice that the ribbon d the outht, ec o nd th scarcely missed. 'erefore the
7o0 hYlad so yon dont tmll bran i e meat once whether you accept, for there d UcarrtheiSoulhwestr Mexico,s J.a ktltorni itndathe ms
diere at, ad I am tirea of this ever are numerous applicants; but I make you this on the challie gown is charged at 85 c s e Par iciflo enat. Carries upper. Arrives Jack- mountains of fruit In every city at pres-
Ulet drldge, rldge, and of teoch- proposition after seeb your work ton your cents a yard, and the ribbon on the Leave Jacksn eat nd lle 9.50 a. averain very little above the
Spt st re pa pes hool Y a tly ,surh gown at 1 a yard, and et pre- tl.M e A I X 1 For St rke, Hawthorne, Silver spring, Oc aL freight charges, represent only aifrac
teirignoratperat. They don't "t W T 'p doly the --me kind of ribbon wa Gtthvllhe, cethr Key, Wldwood, esbrin the ld In ht Is clear,
S tow a l one does, "y etWhy, Nettise L itht" exclaimed ar- ansedl A mistake, of course" murmurs 44.i T vee lt pa O rt rndo, s ck lie ade am te o he r e it l ghe p tion o
Sriot when she ad recovered from bjr Mrs. Ponsonby, in suspiciously sweet PetCit pa. Arri Jackson il.ap. therefore, that alar portion of the
dem't qito believe hats for the amassment. "Wha a lucky mortal tone, a steely glitt nla her eye the CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED, various crops will be permitted to spoil
pe", ile herae as Inatoligent a they you arel I congratulate you heartily. whs la o I.Lave Jacksonvile 6.20 P. m. Inthe orchards, since shipping it all is
nd pm re sa take nusad later. How I wish I your ahoel That "Ahl" ories madame, "Quel malbheuarl t lA I XL Via Macon, Atlant chattanooga. out of the question. Dried and evapo- is
,. M l Why, lete o them Mr. Nourse is one of thegreatesteduoa- What a stupid bookkeeper is minel Of Connet for Ntahvttne, Loulogile, Cu. ofrit r a
Syala d at N meoeol much more tors of the day, an4 there is no telling course it is a mistake, my dear Mrs. ,me eso and all oint a North and West. Arrive already o low, a the re
r how high you oan get now that you Ponvnby. I am deolate it should oo- neetLns Jacksonvlle il.30 -.m. salt of the small shipments of new .
; t sofe they dol To are always have such a splendid opportunity in ourl 1 wll reotify it at once. Both H naey nRo TL sA. S stock, that the outlook is rather dis-
p geant and agrteableto oeryon. theoity. When did you get this golden ribbons should have been charged at r HolRout-TLOU KA couraing for both the evaporated and
lo 0t ....a. .O meerad. w letterr" SL'-Truth. ... CITY, CHICAO dried stock" 1,
I gr' tlIsa e. A fr a ge1e0 b "Just a little while ago; and I never
~t al s ,iEo bevl erewhom e was so sunrprised in my life. I wouldn't m LEAVnJACKSNVILLE *P. In. Via Macon, Atiants, Birmingha Holly Spri o wn a d Mttrs
tit whow whon belev it was manmtforlme." p fJAcd ue t a Li o, on ct Blpn, Ro lapj (rDo you want a good Mattress?
S to e idling their own "Just your luelit When did Mr. ***--. hn U st.nLois.. Arrt ieIlnJalksonviino...m1 0 If so, buy one direct trpm the manu-
it aWel teke t tair to o a thing your bhoolt You never The World's Pair Te 6.00 p. m.-Local for Tallabasse and intermediate points. Arrive Jacksonville 4.0 p.m. facturers and save 0 per cent. Write
T ey take ytold me a thingabout It." returned e W l ai ev 9.50 p. mr-For Tampa nad intermediate points. Pullman Sleepers. Arrive Jacksoanile for prices of their fine MoN-Hair Mat-
a mk ntem, and i a moh 'r reproachfully. awe o bsklta pow a.m treses to DAVzeM GnrIvIMo, Mat-
go no&ist and mushHariehat.reprachf oully. sshowedso lkFor oHendersonville, Spartanburg l Asheville leave Jacksonville dally at 0.6 p. 2 rtn, aecttoryW elakh, Fla. Jnlg-t4
Iveli tho ila a though they ud t that is justreplwhat troubles I hMve." jW r op wt I l lPor MACON and ATLANTA WO TRAINS DAILY. Leave Jacksonville 7.30 a.m. and 6.&0 p.m
wostdoet shat an. rheePooonr I been thinking and thinking; but he igg te a Pullman lepers on all Night Trains.
Set out Dlton the I ws nover in the school that Iknow of. Send for Best Indexed Township Map of Florida to
stellhrb et0el" Hairriet dldedal But--why, Hattie, I wonder If it could .ed fo Bt edTo lpMpof or
son are ag to the eon- have been that elderly man whom no N. PN InGtON. Trase amae. A. a). MACDoLL, Gen. Pass. Art G 11V E
ael, totibno turN Nette, after a one knew? He visited your school, The Peeres
Pose, th 5 l ttarn the cuvera- too, you remember; and that must i
have been Mr. Nours.o He visited my
"Why, of course You am too are school several times after that, but he
nea soot" mover hinted who he was."Little Grains< oWGOLD DUST,
ad hIntend to, but I aon't now, or "That was surely he, and I thought ie tGrinfto wit. D_._TI
eek Wilnbis coming over, sad I am he was nothing but an ordinary coun. Tidy, thrifty wife-
to him with hl studio. tryman," groaned Harriet. "He was Clean, contented household,
be. l en so long that he is be. in my schooll only once, but that day Long and happy life. AT
It l k I would help, him I was ill humored and I was positively
I hat ^sen all aboe the rude to him, sad he soos left Whet a The most wonderful labor saving ma- DU
" nart when I preoMisead but I don't ool I wasI I m uight v Ip ed have mp The ms w e l g
w t to diappoet him s am not him a tvobly as you have done; chlne in the world. Does the work of
nbut this ls only another ease m ofIt three men, and does the work better
"Y, oilly girll' buet forth flarriet. might have ben,"' ad larrist than can .be done by 'human hands.
Ciis't It eiasugh iVy oudo what yon most shed tears at the thought. N CIN 0
Ir engoged for, witoqt ^ *&"I remember now of readlingsome- NO ACMXr BACK.
, y iSp tiare over shoo maters where that Mr. Nouns bad habit of The delicate roots of the plant Is care- j I,*
Su tbe lt I don't do a bit viltingr schools where he was n- fully carried by the ingenious machine TA iK B '
rk t I h toand I known, ad of studying tehe d ntothe moist earth below, where by a TA T L., s

31 than1I td a theirmethod In thaetbenway he often the wt .1 dein; .1.1 eif re |W|U|E
roat a ke snadyeou.*tugh lYOU."r obtained his best instructors; but I peouliarooperation the mellow earth is isl e beot l frthe doub,

dousipso ray studinrg ande oroi cdty of atellta Pou t.a10. ha no pml paplne writ a eho rInttheof ohrt and
er adie o m tul but cannot understand why he should offer sifted around the roots, which secures of very thrifty, thoghfl o.
S wett wterefuste o t wo iaoua her eme suc y o porltioe" "old ettl& the plant from a stoppage of growth, by o m. keeperwhooneols. AsLtsto.'to little
so.e war (it tert, .othao "Bemuse you deserve It," returned ason of transplanting. It handles. .... of' ths mmo prepnt tion I noo '
b eh.a dtloa= tha t b Harrie khind n her cousin ef usively s abbage, strawberries, Tomat oeAs,
hawaernextiy" w PatesTob ed s i1 ."

f all o= 1"and here I have bo scolding %"' r. ntclning day, will prove ACKRMAN A BTWA
rmet lke d N eith were ad saying ugly thigy right alone SweetfI PotEtoesT baco, and all i Its value beyond all further doubt
cru sietliotrandutednd telling you that you had no ambl- plants. BUDT rriSr ae

oivmlsa, Both hod rcuOtedfrom the- O7 T PURE BRED STOCKm.or d
beangy in the neighboring city of tion. Yet, In spite of my besting Prie, 10.happiness with thousa THs ofot a a1.rUs000PiOt)I ADUL.L.
Bfl rd, a4 shortly after ha ul nd muh untambtio, you hve For further informetIon. address The N. K. enhenk Compnly WARRANTD. PRICE 80 Or.
#%n teashingshool in Dalton, which risen abovqme. Servsa meright; but R.F. HIGDON,Da tAs ,Nw I,
walt a qOnitry. t of two or thre can you forgive me for Iseeing yumla t a.ntueaCo...,tLINovML s,

j One -was- a am"bitious as phr le ofakwed iertil s.y U G 1
theii oto;e but would not give in, s ad uemade aallt v $1 -
ft ewtre sd d scre ran G-.rowers, i..oCsr.hlaenha
ho & Maoione fthin," repl, vf W t T f lorpres,

SU ZS eu. Mslakeis timery "!10p7rLt, DUCKS.

31K tl. en at the werh' (
uape' to the doa of
RS. ,

A f5ii ILI ~S


S.eineM m to cslUs to be
pl ,t*rteofiaeetattotae rease
IB '' ses, eN e tether as a sceueqaencs of
,., the contraction Of the cur
9s4,gl~owed because the scled
bo*fl lle-there an two parties to '. ebC laterems e of which are no
Womon-wera not satisfied with their
a Iw 9 ai the-ommbn good.
; -eOliver Twist,they wanted more;
the dear peopit-or as so feelingly ex'
preasd by one of that claws, Ume no,
yet out otmind: "d-n the people'
were growl n too tich and lndepend-
e At.
They have worked successfully for
.' "',"' the contraction o( the crreocy, do-
Sneostlastlon of silver, which means
..- when we come down to the dead level
S.. of truth, increase in the value of gold.
'.That as how the golditee millions in"
.A ee and double in value while they
Sleep; and the wealth createdby labor
Skill and enterprise are fowlne into
the possesion of those who do not add
a single iota to the World's wealth."
"The banker's dollar has an its pur-
chasing power almost doubled in value;
Shile the manuticturers' and enter-
prising business men's dollar, invested
in building, machinery and merchan-
dise, is reduced nearly 60 per cent. be-
low original cost." The foregoing e a
single sentence quoted from the an-
nouncement of the fallue of a company
by its president.
As to their play upon your supposed
or known Rreater integrity than theirs;
telling you it would be dishonest to
gender it just barely possible to pay
debts under a double afmdard. Why
belive their sophWy, and Ignore the
Xmog done the debtor class by eon-
lancing the value of money, and re.
dacing to wantand starvation the value
of the wealth created by them with
which they have to buy that dear
money. If this would be disdhonet,
jpWy what is the other sde ?
As to the argument that the value of
money will be decreased one-half; that
means it is now enhanced one-half,
ead It will only be brought to a just
With expressione of esympathy and
onmersn for the poor, the widow and
ophans, regarding their saying and
laenaecsi lterests, and thoee paving
amvesupaeat or penelose, they are
chlortrfornng you for the continuance
of their professional, legalhaed rob.

bery in the future.
esan you show us the laboring poor
who has or can save for future need
under existing circumstances? While
you may know of thousands who can
not supply their daily wants, seeing
aufering and death enter their homes,
t~y stand helpless by enforced idle-
mas. Many have been and are being
Driven to commit various crime to
" -pply the deficiency; many others
taking their own lives to escape the
burden they cannot longer bear. Ex-
amples of the effect of the supremacy
of law influenced hi the making by the
njutice of man.
Why these laws so favor a class, we
need not envy them the eternity of
tumn which wil not be long enough to
take account of stock In bankrupted
live and mouls of their,
which bey will follow onu through all
details and give an account to God, ac-
oedlng to his law of justice.
God gave all honest thinkers light.
a nd kawledge, to gave their Inlue
Sa the de of right and justice- as B
am it. InzarssoumaLx.
S13r or 0trietly Beliable Garden
Se,' pgto.LB Netek. Helesinre
lptofanMHWqoft ludreth's eoles

nA rtOlas Mleyale for ale.
4t tfis .ess

A NSIPa& 1Wawa,

The Banner of Light is, as every oat
knows, one of the most suoeseesf doi
nominational publiottions iaued in
this country.
In It 77th volume it is atonee on.
aervative aad bright, dieusing not
only 'modern Spiritualism, but fre-
quently leading Its imatenoe fearless
ly Ia matter of paubls Importanoe'oaet
side its print pal field.
Mr. John W. Pay who is the edi.
ter and one of the proprietors, writes
n The Basner of .Lght as follows to
the proprietors of aos'sa celery corn
"I owe you a debt of gratitude in
playing on the market sch a nerve.
ealng and soothing remed sa Paime'

eele oompound. It was broght to
my notlee by a friend wbo had him-
self been greatly relieved by Its usa,
as Ihave also been.
"I have frequently taken oeasion
to commend Paine's celery compound
to otnes, and I do not know an In.

stone wherein, If faithfully tried, It
has not worked a benefit I
"Yoear truly, Jou W. DAT"
Mr. Day'a portrait is given above.
He is a member of the aesolo, oOdd
Fellow Grand Army and other fee-
trial organiations, sad is highly es-
teemed by his brethren and others ln
the esoeal walkO of lUe.
His grattude for the good that thisa
greatoot of remedies has done bhlm is
S no mase ma remarkable. Thousands
who ave beeom made wall by Painoe's
oelry ompound have sent their an-
eolaleltd it lmolasi to the people
ton of the remedy or. 'lhetto medl-
el journals ornewpa"Me tellag for
thebaneS tof otheri.the rnulta that
haveay followed the use of the remedy
that is food for the nerves and brain,
that eoribes the blood, that aaka
tbh we trong, and 'is the one nvae-
WIlnxjr U preedribed b hoyl
etaae dfe, by l who
ham ever faithfully ued for in-
somniw a nervous debility. neornl.
rboeumatism. lIndi estle and the
many Ills that some from denured,
woen.out nerves and impure blood.

|o There is no pain that Pain'-Killer will
not stop. Col, eramps, toothache, ear-
Sache, *pmain s, a mrn, bites and,
stings, a eldto its magic. A record.
of more than -fifty years proves that

One &ini i certain


kills pain -
Keep Pain-Killer constantly on hand-you
can never know when it will be needed.
Miion Maendsbtmaye 1 myb5 e oe-e rd o-k ot.
7m NOeaWeaebeam tem mI-P on .

ate George Hotel,.
auNmhaL ~os" a mG S .
Undw dew I No wNupL


Jealous Wife-I q its W consult you
onfldontally concerning my husband.
He seems to be completely Infatuated
with me, but-
Divorce Lawyer (Interrupting)-That
Is sufficient for a divorce, madmas he is
suffering from halluclnation&.-Lealle's
Thbo rains ,r a Mint.
He-Nice dog, very Have you
taught it any new tricks since I was
here last?
Bhe (sweetly)-Yes; it will fetch your
hat, if yoe whistle.-Puck.
Looking for Bear.
Hon. Benjamin Alexander, from the
fern-franged banks of the beautiful
Etoniah, was in the city during the
week shaking hands with his Demo-
cratio friends.
Too hot yet, he says, to wear his
"Pwinging Jam."
Benjamin was looking for "I'll B.
There," and casually dropped the re-
mark that if he had a little more of the
Harvey blood in hit viens he would
wipe the street of the Gem City with
the proetrate form of that Individual.
Benjaiq$ t@eied "loaded for bear,"
and as t* "e viie brem blow through
his whisked be looked as hot as the
summit of Climberran, South America.

It won't 6ost anything to ask the
dealer to show you the BUCKWEIN
BRgMBB3 C Look them over-look
atthede doe ems, and bowthe but.
ton are banned. If they an all right
so far pick your une and try them on.
You an nd a It. AtMer all thisdon't
you thiuk they'd be ptouy ood panto
to work in? Yo'U Afind out about the
wear part when o*'ve worn them for

Oler-I a bi colle o tor, sir, from
Highfy, welo A Co.
Olubly-Well, I've a large number
here to add to your oollection, and I'll
lot yeu have 'om heap.-Towa Topies,.
k pebtoee iUs.
"How the editor sand on the
money q< ina
"He doesn't standat all Every timeI
he aeeea dollar it floors hm."--Chiago

Wateor. o to i5 Pig Daily.

Governed by gravity weight valve. No
springs to rust. No float to stick in the
mud and let out tank of water. Has
St he riht-
Ing cup-
S ^ not large
|bad -' double
tT drinking

FkM 41oi11ng for 6 1tu -f
will plMeasO -"A mtM ."
S P. AmlAMO .M.'
Ir. s NECK, the Leson treft
Groeer, has just received & Sfe lot of
8Sam. Give him a cal. ,
Try Electrne Bittersn as a remedy for
your troubles? If not, get a bottle now
and get relief. This medicine has been
found to be peculiarly adapmte I the
relief and cure ofll ad fe a om.
plaints, exerting a wonderful direct
Influence ion giving streungth and, tons
to the orgas. It you have Loss of
Appetite, Constipation, feadeahe,
Fainting Spells, or in nervous, Sleep.
less Excitable, Melancholy or tron-'
bled with Dissy Spells, Electric Bitters
is the medicine you need. Health and
Strength are guaranteed by its use.
Larwe bottles only fifty cents at Acker
man & Stewart'sDrug Storo.
Send us your mail orders and write for
Sample and Prices. Goods guaran.
eed from S. E. BOND.
Sherman C. Fowler is home again
from an extended visit to the West.
Sbherman save "Florid i a pretty good
State to live In."
Mrs. W. E. Robbins and family, to-
gether with the Misses Armstrong, of
Montgomery, AlI., have returned from
jlessant outing at Sea Breeze.
GARDN SBEED just received by .
S. NzCOK, the Lemon Street Grocer.

From a letter written by Rev. J.
Gunderman, of Dlmondale, Micb., we
are permitted to make this eotret
"I have no hesitation In Necommead-
ng Dr. King's New Discovery, as the
reaslsi wre almost marvelous In the
ase of my wife. While I was pastor
of the Baptis Church at ives Junc-
tion she wuas brought down with pen-
insm a o easuedlng-L Gnppe. Terrible
parozyisms of coughing would last
hours with little lunfrruption, and it
seemed as if she could not survive
them. A friend recommended Dr.
King's New Discovery; it was quick in
its work and highly satisfatory re.
sults. Trial bottles free at Ackerman
& Stewart'e Drug Store. Regular sas
50c and 81.00.
lyCLornT1o SALi Aoeirr WANT
missions paid will warrant Storekepers
securing our outfit of smples. Can-
vaailng and Soliciting Agent. an make
more than ordinary salary. Corre-
poud&ece requested. Send two or three
refar"e0ol. WANAiMA sK A Bheo ,
Pailadelphlo, Pa.
-1-MEM ...-- ....-.-
plysiiai? aQd Surqoiq,

Palatka, Florida.
Ovan C. E. BowTow's Sron.
WUrUo B. oDu11. 0 rnrot sea Vofre oN er
m .2. ruMj f rtManoU A. t *rfi
ITT AWppAjo 303ROM _a A1inw


Fo esbyAeeus

Co Pe CA.R~



mot FRUITS, Etv."*A

Will also handle CouutryPrdce w. '
pmmlttiou. The custom of the pub-
e earueatly requested, as I am in ed
of a 4ood custom;.
Call and see me, next door toos-
gent's Photograph Ga~lry, Leamon at


We can far" aM 75,000 M8 IBUM
for doianto and Mat l i n
ding. Qrder bo" ed ew for$a
sfy In Otober aaW we btp. Al
will be wellow aa.ed Ot .in *
Part of the tate,
per hiahnd-.o

riet aed vfollbeowsdd on

Matsek, frue 1 a to .1 im t.

Me. u~Monad la gh ap) '
Grathe unit, and tlatum (Illae
on Triolt). "

Above named variethew b wde on
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