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: August 12, 1898
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: VID00119
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33475274
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Preceded by: Palatka weekly times
Preceded by: Palatka herald
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P ALATKA HXR4LD Eambliibh@ tR59. I*as
P&LATKAWEA-,KLY TI iIN. lttablhhed 1%1 9CeaonIldated wy 1

BRIEF DeatLO o F. WNOT rber
SL AL Freelrlk William Gerber, eldest son
6f Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Gerber, died
Sunday, August 7.h, at 9:30 n. m of
FPregr)phs of LOCalard Per- lyphold fever, after an illness of two
sonal Interest, weeks, at the age of 23 years.
Tl Inrees. T funeral took placeTusdlay morn-
iug at 10 o'clock, from the Methodist
Short, Snappy Stories About Matters church. The service was largely at-

in Palatka and Putnam Coun.
ty, for Busy Readers.

Judge E. E. Ilaskell returned Friday
from the north, whi'r he has been for
some lime with his mother, who was
,quite sick.
J. W. Martin, the ijeiMinilth, lefl for
Jacksonville Saturday, at wlich place
lie has accepted a position at his trade
with the army.

Men, women, and children whi ar-
trouleAd with sores, h:imiors, piiolet-,
etc.. mnny lind plirimnanetlt relief in
Hood's Barsaparilla.
Mrs. Mattie T. MecRk, of P' altka, i-
vis:lng iter brother mid lhi wie, Mr.
autI Mrs. Henry It Teas4ale.-unlavy
Titins-Uniion and Citizen.
C G(. Garrett, of Palatka, an cx'teil-
enced druggist, and a very ipleasaint
gentleman, is assisting at the ipst(liice
drug store for the preseiit.-('aila Star.
A large quantity of cross ties whicic
came in over the ti. S. & F. railway re
being shipped to Jacksonvilleon bates,
whence they will be to northern

The steamer Leleve left Tuesday
night for the upper St. Johns river with
u party of protniunent business netn of
Palatka. They went for a two dInv's
fishing trip.
Mrs. Julia Sykes, of Sharon, wh:o has
been quite ill, is improving. and will in
a few days be able to be removed to the
home of her brother, J. W. Counwav,
at Harlent.
The city council held a recess meet-
ing Monday evening as a board of
equalization of taxes for 189S. They
will meet again to-night in the same
W. 11. DcWitt and family expect to
leave for Pennsylvania about the 15th.
G. W. Lyle and family will leave about
the same time for Highlands, N. C.-
San Mateo Item.
The steamer Santee will continue to
ply on the St. Johns river between this
city. Astor and Savannah. There has
been some talk of taking her off the
run, but we learn that it will not be

R. G. Neck, Manage' Currv's assist-
ant at Vatterlin's shoe store, left Sun.
day morning for Tamps, where he will
have charge of Mr. Vatterlin's estab-
lishment in that city during the illness
of the manager.
Harlem was well represented in ,'a.
latka Wednesday. Among those from
that place we noticed Rev. Charles
Conway. J. W. Conway, James Mioton,
Mr. and Mrs. It. Moody, and Mr. and
Mrs. John Smith.
Miss Benjamia,who has been in Cubi
as war correspondent for some time, is
this week the guest of Miss Close. Like
all others, Miss Benjamin was rigorous-
ly quarantined before allowed entrance
to the state.-Crescent City Journal.
John 1. Vertrees, a prominent lawyer'
of Nashville, Tenn., arrived in St. Au-A
gustine this week with his wife and son,
and registered at the Hotel Algonquin,
Mr Vertrees will occupy the cottage
just built for hint at Summer Haven.
fe is much in love with Sp,. Augustine,,
and considers Summer Hayen as a far
delightful resort for iest and comfort
thankey northern resort.-Correspon-
dence Jacksonville Metropolis.
A.P.Millar returned home from Ouba
Sunday feeling decidedly under the
weather from the privations experi-
enced by war correspondents tWere,
Just as he was leaving tbonay he re-
ceived a telegram from the Post asking
him to go td Porto Blco. e mt aygo
there later should hostilities cotinae.
Mr. Mllear spent five days in quaran-
tine before he could proceed home,-
Crescent City Journal.

tended, was beautiful and iumpessive.
The tnudilme casket was covered with
many beautiful floral trAhutel,nresented
by the relatives anid friends of the de.
chased. The renair.s rere[ escorted to
the church by the K. of P. Lodge, and
a netachment of the city lire depart.
mentoof whicli oruniziatlons the de-
ceased'was an honored remember. The
interment was in W\est View cemetery,
Uudertaker Mooney having charge of
the burial arrangements.
Following were the liill-hearei:r'
Mrssrs. A. 11. Keller. I.W. P'endleton,
J. II. la.unes, E E, endiileton, C. 11
Jooni, anidl WV. I. lican

Pleasant Birth day Party.
Miss ()i li ltihoinat eviit'rincdi a
lar,,e minmer of lihr trictold last Fri !h3
v veiiin-i at the re-iqetnce of hiur paritis,
Mr. anld Mrs. Walter 'Tlninm.. Tiue
occasion was Niiqs Ollie's fourteenth
birthday, and the Ireptiion hours were
from six to ten o'clock. The titne wias
pleasanIly spent in dan cing, playing
gaines, and in various other ways. iand
passed only too quick with the happy
participants. Rhefeshnents in abund-
auce were served in tihe ear)y part of
the evening, and were much enjoyed
by the guests. Whlnu the hour arrived
lor leave-takiug Miss (sllie wais bitiden
guoou night with the accuinpaunied wish
that she might have many more happy)

Returned to Their First Love.
It. F. Rignoa and family who left
Florida some time ago for a permannent
residence in the north, ha\e returuedl
to Putuam, and will in future reside on
their farnn at I'euiel.
This is just what hundreds of other
people have done. Four times out of
live you will see those people who leave
Florida coming back to'their first love
after a few years residence in other
states. Mr. Rigdon has given the other
states a tltal. but says he no longer has
any doubt that Floi ida is the best place
for him.
Fingers Badly flashed.
Emmett Weller,a young lad employed
in the grocery establishment of George
Weller, had the misfortune Saturday
afternoon to losw a second and index
finger up to the first lint.
Enimett was putting graphite on the
chain of a b'cyele,when he had the'two
fingers caught between the chain and
sprocket while the wheel was rapidly
revolving. Dr. Steen dressed the inju-
ry, and the patient is resting comforta-

Order of United loots.
THE TIMES-HERALD is in receipt of
a letter from Supreme Organizer W. H.
Blue, of St. Augistine, which states
that he wil! be In this city next week
for the purpose of ornaslaing a Temple
of the United Moots.
Mr. Blue is 'well knqwn is Palatka,
and has many friends here, and we have
no doubt that be will be able to insti-
tute a strong lodge of the order in the
Gem City.
Another Enterprise.
Messrs. Heidht & Smith have opened
up a first-class blacksmith and wheel-
% right shop at the corner of Lemon and
Fourth street, anil are prepared to do
the best of work of all kinds In their
. Read their announcement elsewhere
In this paper.

Proposed Bicycle Path.
A movement it on foot to build a two
foot bicycle pati'of DeLeon Springs
and periwinkle shell from Palatka to
Interlachen. F. C. Cochran, of Palat
ka, has the contract to let.
A Real Estate Deal.
Messrs. Roy 4 Thayer, our up-tor
date real estateVap, have exchanged
the Moinsoja groe at Norwalk for a
fine Michigan peach orchard. Consid-
erate, 14.000.

Rainbow Crowns the St, Johns.
A very pretty aight was to be seen on
the river in front of this city last Mon-
day afternoon. Fearing that we might
not do Justice to the scene, we turned
our literary angel loose for a few mlu-
utes, uud'here is what he produced be-
fore we could quit him:
"Last Monday afternoon, and while

a strong breeze was blowing from the
east, diving beforo,lt a sheet of spray,
a scene of splendor rested for several
minutes upon the river near the bridge,
We have frequently been charmed as
we haye witnessed the rainbow spann-
ing the storm r'ond, but asthe dissolv-
ing beauties of its many colors rested
upon the rolling,toesinrg,tumhing white
crested waves of our noble, rrand old
river, no scenic splentdor presented on
the hrow of any storm ldoud ever
qiuialld ii in the grandeur of its tone
and finish. like n mantle of many-
coloired glories, it trembled In unison
with thl onwardl sweep of the troubled
waves, enshrointli the scaffolding of
the brId'-e with a haloof light that beg-
gu's nl eonclltions of strange and en-
tiaici6i, hieittv. No gent ever gli*.
tened in a coronet; no %unheam en-
shrinied in diatnond,orthe congregat-
cl j.ewels of an empire, ever glowed
will nich tranve. weird beauty as the
Inll hsiiiiel spltndor of the rainbow
resting on Lhe Stl. J )hns."
Teaches's Life Certificate.

We were shown yesterday morning
by Professor I. I. Himes, the popular
and etticient pr ncipsl of Palatka public
schools. a totichet life ertificate,wbhiul
has just been issued to him by State
Superintendutit W. N. Sheats, The
certilleate exempts the holder from all
further examinations. It Is especially
valuable, and gives Prolessor Himes
honorary distinction, from the fact that
there have lteen only four issued, and
there will probably he no more issued
for the nest year or two.
The certcleate has been handsomely
framed by r. C. Cociruaie and presents
a ery neat appearance. It is highly
prized by Proftssor Hinea.

In .Jiksonville Wednesday ignoring,
August 10i: Mr. Lewis Bale and. Miss
Martha E. MeLarty were united In
marriage. Both the contracting parties
are residents of this city. Mr. Bakt being
a salesmaiin the McLarty diy goods
Mr. and Mrs. Bale will spend a short
while at the coast resorts ant) then e-.
turn to Palatka to reside.
To keamse the System
Eftetnally, vet gently, when oostiveer
billions, to permanently oweroom.eba-
bitnal oonstlpatlon, to awaken the kid-
neys and llver to a healthy aetfvily,
without Irritating or weakening them,
to dispel hMeda hes, colds, or evern,
use Syrup of Pgs, made by the CaM-'
fornia Pig Syrup Co.

As Infant Dies.
We regret to chronicle the death of
little Ethel Bernice, the mniemontht-'
old daughter of MN. and Mrs. Robirt
Smith, which occurred Saturday more-
ing. The funeral took place from the
parents residence Saturday afternoon
at 8 o'clock.

Teachers' Examisatons
Are made much easier by taking Thbe
Tablet Home Study Lesons in Commqn
Branches. Sample lessons free. Ad
dress, I. I. Hisas, Palatka, Fla.

For Exchange

Corner business block on pro-
nest busj)ess corner In Orlahdo"
Palatka property preferred.,
Two clear Chicayo lots. Make
Other properties for exchange.
Wht have you ?






Frank Granger, of Grandin, fleetv a
Horrible Death.

Noews reaches us of a most ditressing
accident which occurred Monday and
resulted in the death of Frank Granger,
of Graudin.
Mr. Granger and his son, J. M.
Granger, and brother, J. 1'. rangere,
were on thtir way, to Grandin, when a
passenger train on the F. C. & P. ran
over the former near Orange Heights
and mangled him beyond all recogni-
The Gainesville Sun gives the follow.
Ing particu'an, of the accident:
As the three gentlemen were rieling
horseback on the road home, something

got the matter with the :tirrup of J. P.
Granger's saddle, and he and the (lead
mans son dismounted to fix the same.
Frank Granger remarked that he would
ride on, and they could overtake him.
fie passed on down the road in the di-
rection of (lange Heights, until lie
came to a railroad crosinig. Mr. Gr(n-
ger h'b~d not slept any the night before,
and became exceedingly sleepy. aiti it
in supposed le fell asleep before reach-
tun the railroad crossing. His horse,
inetead of going on cross, took down
the track and walked into trestle. As
the animal lunged into the trestle Mr.
Granger fell forward into the same, the
fall probably knocking him, senseless.
Stortly after this the south bound train
came along anti ran over him, tearing
hisotly into shreds, When discovered

lie was mangled beyond recognition.
Mr. Granger was a man of about 52
years of age, and one af the moat highly
respected citizens of Putnam county.
He was a native of South Cariusn, and
came to Putnai county about eight
years ago to take charge of Bardlln',
turpentine still, wheri'he has been act-
ing in the capacity of roremantsp to the
time of his death.
The deceased leaves two soan anid a
daughter, who resided wtll him at
Grandin. and a wife, who is nyow visit-
tug relatives in Sotyli Cacolina, and will
be greatly shocked to hear of bisudlden
The funeral of the unforiluate mnat
wa held Wednesday Iroi Elimn church

Melroeo, and the interment was in the
cemetery at'that place. Mr. Granger's
death will beagreat shock tobis friends
whom he numbered by the score.
RsusbUiqan State Conventiosn.
The Rlepubl ican ate Convention was
held In Ocala this week, audltie follow.
mg ticket nominated:
For State Treasurer,. Geofge E. Gay,
of Palatka.
For Justices of the Supreme Court,
M, ti. Gibbon", of 'ampna, and E. P.
Axlel, of Jacksonville.
For Railroad Conmmssa ier-e, V. J.
Sinpmau, of Lawtey; J. N. Coombs, of
Franklin; and A. C. Michards, of Lake.
All the nominees are white.
In the organization of the party for
future work, Putnam county was left
out to the cold. This must be humili-
ating to the Ptmam delegation. It
cannot be gainsaid that Putnam county
republicans stand well to the front in
the number of their votes, and quite a
number of influential white men are to
be found among them. 811ll they were
ignored in selecting the material for the
party machinery. It to plain that the
better element of the party has been
neglected In the local organisation. A
political party, like a stream, can get no
higher than its head. We have no 111
will toward the Republicans of Putusam
county, but so long s they. continue to
plahe the Negru in charge of their po-
litical fortunes thty fail to tolch the
popular chord of our people.
A Congenial Houw Party.
A select party left Tuesday by the
steamer Lavinia, ior Welaka, where
they will hold a house party at the ree-
idence of Mr. and Mrs. Gates for sev-
eratlda, The party is composed of
"M. Ibd. B. Haughton, Mrs. Farker A.
Smith, Mrs. George E. Welch and Miss
Belle Weleh, the Misses Moragne, Mrs.
Wm. Huseso, and Mism' Anita Bally.
Por Rest.
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rooms; city water; larme yard; ap.
Apply quiok at this oflo.


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H. C. White is at Ormond this week.
S. A. B*ae(, of Miami, ib visiting in
G. W. Hrooks, of Ilolllster, was in
town Friday.
W. II. Davis, of Gainesvllle, was in
town Tuesday on business.
LieutenantC. M. Hilliard spent Sun-
day with his lPilatka friends.
J. P. Becks, of Lake City, a former
Palatkan, was a town Monday.
Attorney S. J. Hilburn went to Ocalo
Wednesday ou professional business.
Mia Yelverion, of Orange Mins, bas
been visiting Misr Either Rouenburg.

MiA Sallie Boliener went to Pomona
last, week to visit Mr-. Charlei Knowl
J. L. Marshall has been over ou the
east evast this week on pjrsuuLal buai-
11T., Wua. Stones and family have
retuvedl fruun a niei the's stay uatOrmutL
Dr. 11. A. Hlastings, of Huntington,
stopped in the city Wedueedt (on hbi
way bo Jacksonville.
On Monday the Kennerly Flardware
Co. -hipped twenty bales df vauLlia to
New York by Clyde Line,
We call atlienion to Professor Htnes'
anune cement in issue m igarIuct
to teachers' examiuaLlioiUt.
JAekson MtcC4loch, of Hastints,was
in town Friday and atuIrdas, aud mude
a pleasant call at this ofBe.
t Misses Elhel Priddy and Vivian Ack.
erman left Wednesday monuluji foi a
visit to friends in Jacksonvil!e.
G.W.Fowler left thin week for Loci)h.
IDos, where he will pat up and operate
a touring mill. His family rill follow
Harry Wlndlsch, an efficient engineer
on the Plant System, has been visiting
hi. relative here this week.
Miss Rosebud Peterman, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. RHnnil Pletrman, cele-
brated her fourth birtbdaycSuaday.
Miss Genevieve Merrill haa returned
from a pleasant yvilt atOrmoad, where
ae-WAs the guest of Mis Nellie Fowler.
N. A. Patterson, one of'the brainiest
c(tisene of Bannervllle, was in the city'
Wednesday, and paid this office a brief
Mr. Collins, of Lake City,arriyed last
Tuesday. He. will have.charge of 8.
W, Rowley's uring houie.-San Mateo

The In*tL of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Conway, of Harlem, who bp been dan.
gerously ill,is tmprovinqg,t ra pleased
to learn.
Our esteemed friend and subscriber,
John H. Wylte. of Iterlachen, was in
town Saturdaaabaltag bands with his
Yellow hsi'doesnot attack a healthy
body; It Ias.Rs vietins in those wif
have di-oaero the System. Seeothat
yonr digetloa is good, Wood pure,
bowels relmab, and yn etn afferd to
laugh at t diseso. Prickly absh Bit
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old residents near Belmont, N. Y..
writes: "For tweuty-seven years I had been
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number of sinking spells and slowly grew
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Nervine and Nerve and Liver Pills. At first
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Just the Place For Our Fever Strieken see
tiso Heroes to Get fBaMk lemth-Perrfe
Aeommonedation For Troop--Spalsa
TreasurMe Bidden There,
General Frank, formerly command
Ing the department of the east, and BSur
geon General Sternberg have both pail
official visits to Montauk point recently
and both have reported it as being m
ideal spot for the encampment of troops
It is particularly adapted to the rest
and recuperation of the worn out, fever
stricken men who are now suffering a
The war department, In selecting .i
site, required three qualifications
First, a railroad connection whereby
troops might he moved with ease andi
dispatch; second, a water frontage ont
the sea of sufficient depth to permit ol
the landing or embarkation of troops
on deep draft vessels; third, plenty of
fresh water anudgood facilities for blbh
ing. General Frank has reported that
all these requirements ire found at
Montauk point. It is the eastern ter.
minus of the Long Island railroad and
within 2t1 hours by train from lmin,
Island City. Fort Poud bay, whicl.
makes in from the sound sido of thi-
point, has 29 feet of wn'ti'r it low ti(,i
and could harbor the largest fleet of
transports that ever sailed. A smitll
pier buas alriiady been built along th(a
southern shore (if hto bay, and there i:.
room for a much larger one. Fresh wa
ter lakes and wells abound, and thoi
supply of pure drinking water is un-
limited. Thire lnir t les of fine belt h
es where t l.e older lJoys may disport
themselves in the surf to their hearts'
In addition the temperature in warmn
weather is always about 20 degrees
lower than that of Now York, and thb
long, narrow arm reaching out into the
sea c: 'hes every breath of wind from
whatever direction it may come. After
going over the ground, thoroughly Gen-
eral Frank decided tii'tt the best loca.
tion for the camp would bu the extreno
eastern end of the point, which is
bounded by Fort Pond bay, the ocean
and Block Island sound. Block Island
sound is the broad stretch of water that
lies between Montauk point and Block
President Baldwin of the Long Island
Railroad company is already at Mon-
tauk point studying the situation with
a view to furnishing whatever trans-
portation may be required. "The Long
Island railroad," he said, "can, in case
of emergency, on two hours' notice pro-
vide transportation facilities for carry-
ing 10,000 troops. We have 450 passen-
ger coaches and 500 freight cars, with
a plentiful supply of powerful engines,
at our disposal. We could run trains
on ten minuteheadway. Upon reaching
the point the trains would be along the
track, one behind the other, until all
the troops were landed. Those in the
rear cars would have about a mile to
walk after leaving the cars."
Geographically Montauk point is
about 115 miles from New York. It in
the extreme eastern end of Long Island,
and its tall, while lighthouse tower is
familiar to many yachtsmen that cruise
from the sound to the open se. Beyond
the village is the point proper, a nar-
row peninsula 10 miles long by 1%
miles wide, rising to a height above the
sea of from 50 to 100 feel Itas'urface
is rolling, and back from the sand
dunes are many quiet, shady ponds.
Toward the ocean, however, the hill
become cliffs of gravel and rise abrupt.
ly from the sea. It has been in former
times a famous place for shipwrecks.
Until a few years ago there were bus
three houses on the long stretch of the
point, but the number has increased
rapidly until there is now quite a fair
lized settlement.
Montauk point has much of historical
interest and a wealth of h(gends con-
cerning real pirates and Indians. Cap-
tain Kidd, after his engagement with
the same old Spanish that our fleot met
at Santiago and Manila, came to Mon-
tauk point-at least there is a pool
there called Money pond, so named be-
cause the old pirate is believed to have
hidden Spanish gold and treasure there.
It was here also that Wyandance, the
famous old chief of the Montauk In
lianus, bad his seat of government
What is left of his settlement is still to
be seen, as well as the ancient burial
ground of the tribe, with its odd uol-
ection of queerly inscribed Aiones.
Searchers for relics find bone and stone
With such abundance of tiqditinu,
always an-alluring fleld of exploation,
combined with wealth of scenery and
n atoumphera tWas is a blending of salt
ad balmi, the tiredatioushiwoesosensia.
o w 11 find an opportunity ftr ret aiI
eeuperaiios that will be little abort of
Spurua'is. Tnere will be',asy of
bnninefAr fun too. There arx daht
ag and boating in addition to (hi buh
iii, and within a radius of a few millis
lre abcure or m ous f big hotels iolwd-
id with le'dy uhimer IU rt
Aiuval militia detch'Tneut It already
n duty ai JuunMrki. Its busintr.s nwr
e to look os for o bsesmas froti suw i'

of the bath depends largely on cleanliness
of the bath tub. Court hcalt and shtt
sickness by usiag

for all household cleansing purposes.
Largest package-greatest economy.
Moldaverywbire. MadeonlFby
Chicao. St. LotAi. l oaltm
Nw York. Philadlphla.

pattollmg tie oce anad BtiM lt.lanu
sound. Formerly it was cautioned to
T be ever on the lookout for the phantom
Spanish fleet that threatened our omat,
but since the Oervera incident at San-
tiago this detail has been dropped. The
* militia is quartered in a building on the
i high ground near the lighthouse tor-
b nearly used as an engine house. The offi.-
cer in charge is Chief Quartermaster G.
F. Sever, with Signalmen G. M. Cros-
by and Edmund Clark, quartermasters
of the second class. Surgeon Gener-
al Steraberg has ordered that hospital
be established at Montauk. Thousands
of tents are to be rushed to Montauk
point by order of the war department
from St. Louis and Chicago for the re.
ception of the troops. New York
A ahysilema Who Is 10S Tens Old Ofties
il service as a istaroon.
Probably the oldest man in the Unit-
ed States to volunteer his services in
the Spanish-American war, and certain-
ly the oldest physician in the stato of
New Yqrk, is Dr. Henry Couraney of
Hancock Junction, Delaware county.
Though 109 years old, the doctor still
makes daily calls on his patients, and
when the president asked for volunteers
ho offered his services in the capacity
of surgeon.
The doctor sars he was born in Amer-
ica, of Italian parents. He has a repu-
tation of being a succcessful healer of
hunaun ills, gathering all his remedies
front theo woods and fields in Delaware
county. He makes his professional calls
on foot, often traveling 10 or 12 miles
a day without unusual fatigue or in-
conivenicce. His hearing is slightly
dull, but lie reads ordinary print with-
out the aid of glasses At the time of
the enrollment for the draft in 1804 the
doctor was 76 years of age, but was
physically equal to a man of 85. The
doctor gives "right living" a thesecret
of his long life-Exchange.
lind Nothing to Say.
You want to Ie a soldier, Jim? Well. I don't
blanit, you, lad.
The tovr that hs hit you nowone monkeyed
with your dad.
I know exactly bow you feel-you're sohin fur
An want It go amn help to wipe ole Spain clean
oS the nmap.
When I was young an tull o' nerve. in eighteen
I wasn't half content till I was coupled to a
An now that you're tafeell In that seme ole
hostile way
An want to pulate your dad I've not a word
to amy.

L A. IUPIAN, 1'Lutda IN&Ant, I1I West Bay Street. Jarlksonville, MIL.
NI. CuLp. W. A. TURI 8. H. HARDWIO[.
Own Paw AgS. Ant (Am Pans All'.

My Is. sI,

Safety Comfort! Quick Time! LO Rates.
Itlaest ClsIe n4 srvie Wno Tranfer BsTtrunsaeksonvtle sad New lTor
TheFleetsort Is oo ed of the folloitlng ria anme Now tlel Btasmers:
SteamIrs are tpldnatei to sail eourding to the tide,.
Pro m .A..CK WN_ FLA., ,(calling at Ciarlesion) pundyA, Tuesdays ane. Thursday.
Por hour of ailing. ie **Clyde Line" Schedule. or Jskosnvle and Lharlestoa dailyrap0
**oTH.IMO. mIrD.
Steasners are apon ted to sil from Pla ast lyver, New York, t a m., as fotows
For JACKMONVILLFrLA.. id. yl ) sdal, we el a aut id idays
Clyde New England and oululrn' Lines.-Frecrhi Only
CUaaIn at uharleton, S. C., ways)
From Foot of Rega Stet, Jseksonvulle Prom Lewis' w hati B aton,
TraUTDYB, 1rKItI)iA"4.
For Jacksonville Palatka. Sanford. Enterprise
And Intermediate Points on the St. I jhns
Steamer HARRY G. DAY.
a CAP'T. W. A. SinAW.
In appointed to ai as fllows..

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Through Vesttbul-d DrawingRoom Sleeolin Care betwreeu 1r.Ia and New rork,
viT Jaelsoalnet vtennah and Coiurbia. without change.
PallFan Drawnga Room Buffet Sleeping Care between Jacksonvrlls and New Tort.
Embracing Lynchburg, Charlottesville.
Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia.
Paftuin Draw taRoom Sleeping Cars to tlacon. Atlanta. C'hmtnoosg and
Claelainl, with sloe s*oaioa tufor Loaiil ne anda the Nurtbwe..
AIlo Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
Cincinnati, via Columbia and Ashevi:le, Through the


iMgp a ttn a t rste. bietfules. sleeping ar reserve ltao, *ta., pplyta
- RdM7le Stasa- n AILnaYI or Ita tonnecUOs

I hope you've reckoned up the cost an mounted
It up well,
Fur war, asGen'ral Sherman said, ain't fur
removed from helli
You'll fnd It ain't no lenil, Jim i you'll soon
find out that you
Wen't have a bit o' nerve too much ton pallin
o' you through.
It ain't no oirous day affair when shells begin
to bust
An comrades lay in blood an pain a-writhin in
the dust
An bullets, Jes' like maddened base, sip past
In fiendish way,
But if you have a mind to go I've not a word
to may.
I want to tell you honest, boy. that this ala't
no aurprisae.
I' seen the sparks of loyal pride a-danmla to
your eyes,
An lve been waitln fur a weal to hear you
make your talk
A show your daddy that you oome o' good
ole Aihtln Stook.
An now, to cloMe the matter up.'I telU you
further, Jim,
Ter daddy would hae knocked yoa o em
you'd a-walloped him
IL when you'd hear your country ell. you'd
make a coward play.
I'm proud o' yoal Oodbleyou. boyl That's
Ull I've got to may.
-lidlanapells JournaL
Dewey Ilables.
The naming of babies for the victori-
ous admiral of the Asiatic squ.tdron has
already begr'n. Representative Adolph
Meyer of New Orleans had a telegram
recently from one of his admiring oon-
stituents announcing the birth of a son.
He would havo named the youngster
solely in l.unor of the Louisiana repre-
sentattive, bat in view of the great tri-
umph at llnnilla be deeuied it aivisa-
blt to houor Admiral Dewey also
Therefore tle suu wiil bear the name
of Dewey Meyer Honumadgvr.-Wash-.
instuo Post.

Let Lee LooM.
Now turn Fit-z-Hugh Lee loose, Mr.
President, and let hin march on Havana
at theu bed of an aUly of invasion.
Blaueo knows the tafll Loo is made of
'and the bipanird w.l know what to
exilet If be h.'ard tut( Lee is headed for
thu palace.-- t. Louis Republic.

An everydayy Joke.
Wr'.uman (wl;u ihas been turning over
s1 cld tor hu|f an bour)- Weii, I don't
part l- buy tod-y. I'm just looking for
a friittd. -
iOk (liolitely)-Don't think you'll
Ij;:'l-ya;r fricud iaioug the shawls.
oVei'% e ltekdd thinm ll through.-New

The Arst theater in this oo:utry to be
jlrifter with gas wia a theater at Phila-
dlpj.ia, which put in gn u pipes in l110

Twenty.-ie days ar required for a
letter noted in New York to be deli-.

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Oul- ellin g Ap political Indian's Bxperience. Legislature of i89.P LOAI AD TBUM N
Foul.-mellng ,... oU, 1. UR COUNHTY EDITORS
at Indidan a The deole of k~ort d a," are to hADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Catarrh. love the forest, and that they do not gratulated upon the nominations already CO O BNI my fint ra accounts and vucheu,
Oatarh is one of the most obstinate like the rush and push of the pule faces. made of members of the next legisla. deceased. to the County Judge o am Co n.
diseases, and hence the most difficult The everlasting jam and joggling-you ture. The Inlications are that the two CoMo, Aug 2. 'rtheriadmiusttratio hat'. rom ste .
kojet rid of. m. C RILL.
ere is but one way to cure It. tickle me and I tickle you fashion-do houses which meet in Tallahasee next eeive too late for lat week.] sror.
The disease is in the blood, and all the not agree with them, as Wauhoo can pril will be composed of men repre- Diggett Brothers have taken a trip to feb o10 '98.Ca. Curm tetalmento annex,,.
sprays, wales and inhaling mixtures well attest. He has, at times, attended setting n unusually large measure the the coastoverlad. ey wADyTATO OTIoubt
in the world can hav e no permanent s
effect whatever upon it. Swift's Spe- small gatherings, but has always avoid. intelligence and true worth of the peo- find plenty of ame en route, such a A
ciflocures Catarrhpermanently,foritis cd large oue,, when they meet to select pie of the state. Among them will be galllnlppers, flias, sandfles, &C 9 but ~X MTHSAPTERDATEI WILLPRESENT
the only remedy which can reach the candidates. By attending the late state some of the most prominent men of the the boys will have a good time alle ,y fi rl accounts and vouchers as adninls-
Mr. B. P. McAllister, of Hroedsburg D Imocratic pewwow he broke thi rule. state, whose qualifications and 'xperi- sam id ak to t i dat harged( e putnat m- .e furtherlr ad,
Ky., had Catarrh for years. He Writes: It was Immene. It was Simply clothed Once Insure good service in the legisla- Will S. Prior andl wife nave ffone to iiatamtrUoen of mai eetsl.
sI would ee no improvement whatever, Boston fora vht. i taJU P,
It h Iwas constantly treated with r with all the intellectual power that ture. Boston for a v Ja--eAm AltJa E lneratrl .
nt hes an d ing r medies scheming could invent; all this set off Senators Broome of Gadeden, Myers Mr. Watson Is still thip long okra,and
in fat, I could feel thi to advantage by a little hot water. Let of Leon, and Wadiwvorth of Madison, is making quite a success in gyrdeoing. NOTICB FOlt PUBLICATION
raCii winter I wea worss in He aI hustler
than the year previous me tell my experience, have been nominated for a third suc. He is hustler. LAu ze e AT t^AN L. FLA.,
brought n oi ] eftmnytepeteonthe moringof the cessive term in the senate; Senator W.K. Prior, who has bee seriously TICE I HRE THAT'r
disease, andrr after blood second instant, and boarded aflre.hore Willims of Nassau,and Adamsof Rani-soon be we N nn I I RE Il, tu
g over the matter, at Cow Crossing (Palatka) on(St.Johns) to will enter uon their second ter l, Is much tter and will soon e e n l r Iiled of
to expect to be cred by Blackwater, then I changed fre horses while Senators McLin of Lake, Palmer e doesn't have relapse lr ie made be
ed t face, for one I had not more of H borough, and eeves of Walton Mr. Yerdley has shaped a ine t August 13 vi.
.then decided to r y than got on the ew horse before I wasi an already members for a second term. Of pearlto Naw York,ardtreahii gond frhena rro, %4!( .11i t1j2e.
o o.,dtil. w ere u .ed I n o e l w iltg %1:1 oe wo., e to Bpro re h id
a tibl improve .ntnuin (,tel invited into a rear coach,where Messrs. McCreary of Alachua. Baker prices. He cm bid defiance to Jack F. voaMtinusa rljoe: upn and cultivati ,u of
system. an a mplee cure wns the result I found many chiefs of the Gold Bug ot umter, and Harris of Monroe have on the pear question. siu ln.d e
adviall who have this dre aSilver tribes making the pipe of been promoted from the house to the Como has lost one of her best citi- N. Me 'ran ,
abandon their locaLtresatm on t. which ha nev Sl v. H r el
none thm any ach th and t iak 8.. t8. ram. peace and partaking of various kinds of sen Among the' new members of zens. Mrs. C. I. Tuttle,who hits lived W .A. RroCn .o
To continue the wrong treatment for liquids and foods. It was said al these the senate will be Hon. E. h. Crill of here for more than fifteen years, died Register.
Catarrh is to continue to suffer. Swift's chiefs live in one village, as sub-chefs Putnam, Capt. J. Ed. O'Brien of s. on the 23d of July, after a brief illness.
Sure obstinate, doep-snted diseases, oftwogreat chiefs named Plant and camba, C. B. Roers of Duval, J. 8. She was highly respcied and beloved.
whice other remedies have no effect Flagler. There were two black men, Denham of Jefferson, sanid Frank W. and was well along in years, being over
whatever u n. It romp"- -' che called"niggers,"who.withwhite aprons Sams of Valusla. eighty. Rev. C. M. Miller, our pastor,
Catarrh, an neverfaistocure even the nd cape, stirred he ink nd Among the nim mhersof the house who conducted the funeral services, and the
most aggravated case. around the eats. Wuhoo lauhed and have been se-uominated ars Baggett of remains were buried in, the ceu.try. W ineS, Liquors

So S 1T0h0d laughed, and thought these fellows was Escambia, and yll al of Nassau. The Tel ow Jauitdiee Cured.
g a^ : Buf.urhi,,humany^honi . And ollCigars.
Is rely Vegetable, and is t oni jun Stbully." All dlong the route some house will also hveb some particularly Suffering humanity should Il sup
blood remedy guaranteed to co n no ew pale face would get and the strong in the of pid witl every men possible for lt
dangerous minerals. chiefs would jut lake them in the car. Judge (;Geore P. lianey and Hon.E.M. relief. It Is with pleasure we publish
'Books mailed free by Swift Specific before We would go far we could hear Hopkins of Leon, Dr. J. C. L'Enzle asd the following: "Thia is to certify tr at 1 Very Old Wines
Company, Atlanta, Georgia. Lhen whooping with the rest. One ifon. F ank Clark of Duval, Hon.W. L was a terrible suff..rer from yellow A Specialty,
stumpy chief got on at a place called Palmer and J N. Whitner of Orange, jaunrloe for der six mouths and was
levi P l in lle. He was so anxious to get in Gn. J. C. Davant ofHernaido, Robert tr ste.lby of the bet Ihvestians eiol attention riven in the tilling of
Ple People, Att, the rear car he could not say "howay" McNamee of Lake. W. S. Jordan of in our city and all to no avail. Dr. Jugs and Kegs.
to us on his way. This chief Wauhoo Madison, Nat It. Walker of Wakulla, Bell, our drugisr, recomauiended Elee- We aiso handle the very
YOU LOOk Pale I remembers to have run on another me D It. Cox of AXachua, and Turnbhull trio BiLtere, and after taking two bot- best of Case Gooi
Eeel Tired ? morale occasion, and was surpri-ed to and Edwards of Jefferson. ties I was entirely cured. I now take
hear him say he was going to fight for a DWomaorer d bT Woi. plearu in rl-f nenuig tnew loan) IDAHO SALOON,
Got Spring Fever? fence in his county for the crickered perlia 1uffdriig with 11.i4 terrible
Got Spring Fever? fence in his county for the crackers, Another great discovery has Ueen ialadY. I am gratetfully .% uurs, M. A. 15 Lemon Street. Palatka, Fla
YOU B1oo00 and that the people who lived on a strip made and &hat tm, by a lady in this H,,.gtrty, Lexington, Ky." Bold by
of lind northof hls county was in favor country. "Disease fastened itsolutchep kckerman & itewart. ,.rnlflrstp,
Needs a Tonic. of no fence; this strip of land was also upon her and for seven years she with
Take a bottle of called peninsular. At last we got to the stood its weverests teats, but her vital I1TERLAVICHZ .
Quaker Remedy Co's place where thie great pow-wow was to organs were undermined anl deathh ...-
l..IRON PLl beheld. I should have said that Wau- seemed imminent. For three months IwrvtLACnIvEAug. 3 D1 P K EEN R, '
RON LLS.... hoo was a candidate and was doing his she eoughed Incessantly and woeld not From present appearanCes there wil'
Gives stren th and tone to the entire best to keep his best foot forward and l,'ep. Shefinallydisoverd a way to be a very good corn cop despite the lOraduate Optician,
system. an makes ruddy cheeks and his tomahawk sharp and shining for the recover by prohasng of us bottle of l ong drouth or te Optician,
rich, red blood. fray, hut like, yet not like, one Cesar, Dr. King's New Discovery for Ca.n one frequent hower ofe pat ive LEMO STEET, PALATKA. F.
100 Pills, 100 Doses, said 1 came, I saw, but I did not con- gumption, and was much rellvrd one
quer Wtauhoo is used to meditating takng first do.e, t~at she slept 04ll or six weeks have made a good fodder
FICE.FITY CENTS. quer Wauoo s used to meditating night, nid with two bottles be crop certain. W hat is Better than
and reasoning out the result of things, absolutely curedl. Her name is Mrs. It Is now certain that a larie ncrrage W htG is etter t
Costs little to give them a trial-why but big pw-wow of pale faces be- utr Lutz."rdhusHer wrte o. of tobacco wllcerta be put this fll- Good Eye-sight 7?
node All wIsl ts test its won- sond his comprehension. They would .lamelok & Co., Shelby, N. C, Trial much later than the spring planting. Now is the time to have vor eyes
derfu merit mut cal on say one way, act another, and do anoth- bottle free at Ackerman & Bte wart's Growers seem to be taking to the new examined. and %i'alse fitted. A delay
TWA er. Wuho felt he was all right when drug store. Regular size f60 and $1 crop may pro"v lroaUs.
N N & IL llI >th1e adjourned for dinner, but when Every bottle guaranteed. Mrs. Thomas Dudlev I- s,; the
WAOLESALEANDETAIL they assembled again he found before heaed erm at her moer home in
WAOLESALE AND RETAIL the vote was taken he was a goner, and Orlando, as well as other places, will heated term at her mother's iNe Yo
Drugs. Seed, PaIlts and Wall Paper, the thunder of the who:e matter was he have an early orange crop and a very state. I A H.
has gone to the expose of buying ten late one this easson. Some of the A
ROLLINS COLLEGE cigars for ten of those talking chiefs, groves are well stocked with fine large Mr. and Mrs. E T.o. Nunger and irPIl I i' ,
and neither them felt sorry for him or oranmges just beginning to yellow, and daughter, Maryv are visiting min Clover- .\ l^ljSI
STANDS FOR came near him to swipe his weeping most of the trees are now putting out dale, Va., their former home. s -. A.
THOROUGH EDUCATION, eyes." Then he wasone hundred miles new bloom. It is estimated ihat about Mrs. B. H Walker has gone to Cedar Firtl.'*1n. veI k guarantI.eTA.
PRACTICA. EDUCATION. away from his teat. i defeated eandi. 10,000 bses will be shipped from Or. Keys for a short visit. Work tne -n short notice.
SMODERNi EDUCATION. date, who had pictured to himself how land this seaon. Another little girl has been added to
-- be would make those chiefs who run the family of Mr. and 9 re. R. L. Wall,
DEPARTMNTS: fire hornes carry everybody to the sea NO CURB-NO PAY junior. N
.Ihr. o. cast and everywhere else for nothing, t t eN eedwll dr st New Yorre purch
la ittieo... ". ".';., n ; ovrS TATLE OCHIL New York parties are purchasing Naed
Eeymh p t httle mOTe 1 his pocket, no friends; or anaLa i tolarge qusntitles of cedar logs, asid to beA h
Eve ryemphasMitasl lid upon the tastrat alai alas!M I'm gone up Salt Bivert roNIO for Chills sad Malaria. It l fr hipmient to Germany. The Cab.
tion given. The professors anld insttora s S simply Iron and Quinine in a tastiees itmet s o e y he b A a ge ?
areexperts who ave hold oormepondtng Blessed am da dat aspects noting. m iro nieage ek section i upp ying the blk
osiionsa to e higBhest e.ollees in the fOIm hii dr loe I. Adlt l e- rbal Try the Seaside.. '
land. o WAfO0. tfr it to bitter naumteting tones of the Shipment.
Beautiful Location Healthful suvround- I
in Mae Modrn M thoW .ellent ,brary Pries, 50e. Jun Sty John FyTno,,superiniendentofPalat. For ine fishlur, excellent hathing
Go um, wBord. How many young men and young ku's cigar factory, has een here visit. and the prettiest beach on the Al-
TermsitRe asonablo. Iach student is given ot r' here v
aomtohlmeelfwtthouttrsha. womn are cut off just as the future Mother's Care. Ing frie d, and taking i :oo at some nutic coast, here the air to pure
sIollles. WAaI Prers. seems brightest and fullest of promise I Mrs. Rena, of Bridgeport, Fla., who of our high grade tobacco, and refreshing,
For further information and O aaloue The are taken away by this disease i now located ln Jacksonville, would .
apply to WUIAT 1 IAt. whclh eaMse over one-sixth of all the liketo ore forone or two motherless BWydy tthes l bi of d. ...Ccronado Beach...
WaraPs, deaths In the world-the disease whleh children. Will give them the best of amt phielas thaut impare blood is the
doctors eall consumption. There is ab- care and a lovely home, at reasonable ya the majority of thor dis Leads the Prpcession.
u *Intely no reMson In the world why rates. Children must not be less than an bl ear h ftalas of Ba e Corondo li o New ed
edThs bgrownar consumption should be fatal-why It twoyears oldnor more than twelve Blitfers. The manyrmarkableeureefeeted oronl op. New
F esn e et be eve n serious. it isle a se by this Aimos old hosesholM remedy are .myriia. only two hours from
I shouldCbeavtnrleOM. ltl(Uw nCall on or write to Mrs. Julia Rena, satietit toprov thattbethMry ret. Palaka and vau ca1 t ac-
-es s"nf; 'erry of the blood, and ain be poured abso. 17 Adtms stPareet, east Jakyonvllu row' Irm Bltt iss ld b a Man o a-
h er pbye to psd no I lately and always by purifying and en. Adu' 29 R istration aio ate
n E R R Y riehingtheblood. Theonlyzeeption rlori. Ju 29 tf,, Regitratoa Notke. priots by writing to 1he
-to thill i theease wherethedime ha Malaroen is devoid orbtMer taste. The retistration book for PtnamS A I H T L *
OI1 beenegleeted and improperly treatd Cure*ehills andfever; acts on thelihvr county will be open in my office a tht SEASIDE HOTEL hl.
am oU uS l ts I~ tnM r tan th body-aun- and regulatesM thesytem generally. Al conrt house, in Patatks, for the purpose W. H. NEWELL, Prop
\ k the dealer ftr tbem. iond for til the body ha become so week as to drugglsta. of ueilstration, on the followtog days P. o. address, New 8myroa, Fla.
aa'sF.litats dhv h oave ltl heabillt to recnpeate. Dr. "} 8.O BABTA & Co. will sell you a each week, Monday, Wednesday, and
new-use incest til" Pietree's Golden Medlel Diseovery will large lead of Dry Jine, Ash or Oak Fr gy. from 9 uolock a. m. to 19 a., m lo
UEB u,'Maiiicofi eure Uspe rnt.of all ease.oftee- Wood to any artof the city for 1. and from o'cloekp.;n. to p. t. lA E
Delicti, Mid,. sumption ift used eordlng to dlree- When yoe n wood call up 'Phone 5 W.P. AtDralosx, jE
itoir. It aipo esumllllnlagei agf j SD Baletinon OOoe. -
Palatka brootl threa"f-eeb-m Aeas T. T "m t" "n; th .Re
ID l tr W a lI V ar *.semi astooeee tstBBatoe BavBtickof Watab and Ulock Thistals the A se on i t rtobedco lesolBC M a
IdldLAR IlUww 101U. W'orld'sDispD ry Medit Ajseool-b Materialon hand, ad wishing to quit growing for Irlterlahen, and fro b the
tiol, Bufflo, Y.. lad wOxlve Dr. the '.pair b1sline, I will do worK at appearance andtxiture or the trop now .a
(NiAl G. & & F. DEoTo.) phiere' 100epe OeemoueBepoMw4d- the foUowla low prics until stock being bawetld thiee ro w 0 e 'lf "
E E. ARL" & .CO., PROPRIETOS iteal Advle, Intlutod. uMed Pi WatehM and Clooks-manla qauestia that the toest grades of Cb,
IBK, e d A eele spring, 7so; elaaed, 7Se and crystal and Sumtra tnebee can be prodmged tr.e i|
t at.l lepan et Malo n~ with Malardon Tabletsgna S treh )0 lO 11 Se tlO s s. v hero protably, and another year will a
d -n. any 14 sd Weller anteed cure for obilla, fever and ague, ele, a an watch proal s a l asus
te n -** u" -1 oa 'lu -- ... ep av l rowbei, m ad
Ale.,'Tueil Ietdtit Vouml druyla.u, or a fail crop by -evend g ows .. m* W .U.O

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CHAS. B. KENDALL. Edltr Ind Propr:tor,

SUImCRITION RATh -One Tear,. s.00. Bix1
eaths, 80 Oetls. Three Montts, S Cents
Bi1sonrptione due In lanoe.

All savertlainr bIlls he'ome nue pro rats
verTmonth. Special rd h bort time pay*s.h

411l .ittances srould be mile by express,
m mT order or rriritered letter.


For Justices of the BSupreme Court,
Of Alachua County.
Of Jacais9q Ccunty.
For State Treasurer,
.1. li. WHITFIELD,
Of Leon County.
For Railroad Cotinmilsoners,
It. E. ])AY,
Of Alanoua (
.1. M. BRYAN,
1 OJ oes& County.
of IlHinlton County.


F(,r Coiigr o<.
(I l'iuti:iin County.


For Statt S iiitor,
E, 8. ('RLL..
For thf LI.lglhliture,
J i. HAKRi'.
For tiounly Tiewfsiier,
For Tax Collector,
For Tax Ass ssor,
(iEO. F. BUILAItl).
For Members County School B'ard,
District 1-E. W. J. PARRISH.
Di)striot-GEO. E WELCH,
District 3-H. J. FOWLER.
For County Surveyor,


The following resolution adopted by
the Deuwcratic state convention at Or-
lando, wi. be reAd with interest:
- "X'at we condenio the policy of in-
sular territorial expansion upon which
the administration at Washington has
ebnharked, as unwise, un-American, un-
just to the masses of our people, and
especially to the laboring aud producing
claases, and as dangerous to our free
institutions; and we pledge the democ-
racy of the state of Florida to the oppo.
sition of the same; that whereas the
present war with bpalu was inaugurated
for the declared purpose of aiding the
Cuban patriots in their sti uggle for lib-
erty and In the effort to establish a free
government, and we have solemnly an-
nounced to the world that we have no
itention to annex the Island of Cuba to
the United States; and whereas war at
best is un-Christtanlike,demoralizing in

Its tendencies, and a drain upon all the
resources of the country,therefore,when
the declared objects of the present war
shall be accomplished,lt will be the duty
of the grant peace on
terms just to thief government and hon.
) orable to our people, and that in the
adjustment of such terms of peace,Cuba
ebould lie left fee by this government
and untrammeled by our army and navy
to establish, by the free action of her
people, a free and Independent govern.


pleased to add to our ex.

expeditfon, the brigade was surrounded
by Wheeler's men, ana many taken
prisoners.. Shafter was six weeks in

Any teacher who is not satisfied with
bis present fitness for teaching, should
write to the principal of the state nor-
mal school at DeFuniak Springs for a
catalogue of that institution, a copy of
which we have just received. This is
Florida's only training schoolfor teach,
era, and we fear that some who are en-
titled to the benefits of it are not aware
o' the fact that tution is free,and that
other expenses are so moderate.

Though the factories for Manila ci-
gars are closed, the cultivation of that
leif goes on. About one hundred tons
of the leaf of the northern part of (he
Phllippines wilt recently shinped to
Sptin lit an uniuoried conitlion. Most
other stooltk iro to (;eruanv and Hol-
land, lit le to nEnzlmant.

A ni.hscrih r wants to know. save the

There is upon our table a very neat
specimen of book-making from the
house of Atlanta,
Ga., which woik is a collection of fugi,
Live pieces in prose and verse from the
facile pen of Mrs. Maley Balubridge
Crist, which have already appeared in
various peri idicals, notably Frank Les-
lie's Monthly. Mrs. Crist In her prose
sketches shows a degree of psychologi-
c il insight quite unusual in a woman of
her year. Her woman's btory of the
Kreutzer Sonota shows deep insight
into human nature, though it would
perhaps puzzle Mrs. Crist to explain
how her hero and heroine, presumably
members of the lussian church,became
koman Catholics on their removal to
England, of all countries.
Particularly noticeable for its truth.
falness and human feeling is the sketch
entitled k Chapter from alloyb Life."
This delicate little piece of word-paint-
in ist alone woith the price of Mrs
.'rist's "P',chwork." Herverse is un-
eveni and, in our tinition, inferior to
liher prose, al hliugh ti the verses styled
t 'c iiita iin" hbe rises above her usual
level in verse.writing. We decidedly
recoinmend our readers to procure a
copy of "Patchwork," as we arn satil -

iniint of their owp; and the democrats Tailliahassian. why ihe war blns not pro.- flei that i he e.joyment they will derive
o" Florida will support the administra- duced ;i General miuth ? We hai'ive't ironim its perusat will far more than re-
I.ti. in all its effollt to conduct the pres. the, ileal ldata to reply to the quetotln W'" s i the. 'he1 prietr work
ent war to an early,h lworable, and at- bilt wel wager a g red apple that fr,, u tie pen vf Mtc.,t f rit tter expew
isfac'oryv'cie; and that It would be an we'll have a G,.ieneal Smith-before iie rience has ripened her already notable
ae' or hal faith oin the part of our gov- wsr 1Is ver, If th:re isn't already oii. literary, and we prunoitnticate
ern-inentand h'uot upon our clylixiton The Snm-,h f n'v never gets ler.. tlatl with care and diligence she will
fol isR. M a result, either directly or in. tke a high position in the second rank
divecilv, of the war, tnanu. z the island The Hank of England now takes s-.l- f ,ur soutbern writers.
of ('4he to ilI;, U'iim, d siatee, and thu- c iii wilh holes in them, says hbe M-). The Best Prescription fQr Chills
to rot the ('hCii inif that, free aud ini-ieon News I tal the dawn of the (ren oi nt f vee is a hottle of Grove's Taste-
i I u wh the -raI, ies, Chill Tonic. Never fall* to cure;
J..*oen,,-t gw,.umeut fo: wh'ch they s..vr ,V a 1, begi.ulr, g to 'naKe its b t xmn wih worthleM
haveough' long.". pe cei ex ricment with wortlessly
have fought o longi.". resrance, It'11nu" IPrice e. Jns ly



*I' eIts ,Uthe GolihiaGuard, published
A subriber writs the eitori e oiiauuuar, pu eu
A sublcriber writes the eitorW. Appleby, at Goliad, Texas.
follows: e Guard is a bright weekly, and
Throughout the state of Floridla e u a s a o k, an
T hei.e shows unmistakable Aigns of enLerprile
exists to-day large reservations o Span- c n.1 h .
S. aIn ithe community oin which it it pub-
Ish territory known as Spanish grants. lished.
Under original treaty ceding Florida to lised
the Union, these grants are to remain Irl Hicks, the St. Louis weather pro-
exempt from taxation from state, couu. phet, says there will. be considerable
, ty. or municipality. It is often the case stormy, blustering weather this month,
that .he bst lands are the bpanish but thd precipitation will not be heavy.
grants., In many instances, the heirs Through the west and northwest he
thereto being in Spain, and unknown, predicts a drouth for August aud Sep.
title thereto cannot be acquired. Thus tember. '
are we retarded as a state. We cannot
It is sail that some of the moon-
own our own soil. nor yet levy atiaxa-i o
ti thereon. This is unfair. The shiners of Georgia and western North
tiou therron. This is u fair. The
auspicious moment has iarrivl for the Carolina have gone to Havana, Cuba,
soluttion of th0 query. It ca et under the imnpression that the IIayana
and disposed of in the new tiy 1 o. iblock-ide is a whisky blockade.
peate ittiht to be intatde lntwin Spiitii Well, they sayi the war isabove over.
andt the United Sltates.l We do not This being the case, the next big event
doubt ,i-r' worlthv co gressni.ti will not will lie ithe Chrisbtas holid.ys. Wait
let the opportunitiv h1)p Ito, e.tire for (f hristmi .
Floridla tile i;ghl Ilto li t evv oil, andl
elI ai1y Uind inill Sitpani h L:- ils. We The Jacksonville(.Tanipai& Key West
hil 'iour rlnieetiiNilat % will ic li it ai milwa n has recunwii l the salcof mriliea'c
lln lie lire nitni s. loiik (1,(0X l mile, ). This will be gool
liwit to travi ilir .niln..
Ill i t la te public ald r' tes, l Ir. Jli'iui I ).
l)rtttli ml idet 4l Nf Hl anokc -s ( 1.,, T .he st. L Io i liiS pubte't'Ahhinks people
Sa ,illI, V a.., .I .Ic .tI hI ,a the south .," 1 l h\ll) h av\ .'nI "apt t fol'et 1 1i oli L Lhti
ltl,^ lit l p,' riun, t h tle as .es e l "M 'in l' .lotiubl ol ic I>l>t tle 1. R .
vallatioi i,f I opliio lle ,i,ali doinll 1asm u( im *llh' i % Ir sl:tmlp8 nm ay tlm l for "1
for the stipmiriit i puili schools it I iie remrnIliher."
thu liorihein .ati;iOe. llOn lo e the war T e l hWallintoin 1Pot wants to knotiw
lth siouthernii .ites h ii ad no etei ra!l ,Is- if there is i ian nian enoutigh iin (;eti.
tern of public scl:o lIs snipporleid bv -it'( \Vh.ellr's di-Lrict to run aigiiIiit hii
liounty. Th. i"riiii)lli htmiols hie; lierii I'r ionlgress.
nliiin' orgatnizvd ihi tiihe le ist thirty\
SAsThi Italian government is negotiait-
3eiis. As I'I',I i rn provided fir
f-r the purchiiae of $30,000 worth of
black childincis is well ias fir white (ill- f ile purchase of 3l.0 worth of
leaf tobacco in '"ichimond, \ a.
drein, the liaft has been heavy upon the
while taxpayers who have been obliged The coinage of the mints during Jnly
to foot the bills. Unler the circum- aggregated t$6.40,744, of which ?5,-
stances.the work accomplished has been 853,900 was gold.
most remarkable.
Hlad Nettle Rash.
A Terre Haute, luliana, dispatch little hter ha nettle arsh
'"* "Our little cauRhter had nettle rArh
savs: "lMalr General Shafter wasn nd was fretful all the time. We de-
taken prisoner during the civii war by cided to give her Hood's Sarsaparilla.
General 'Joe' Wheeler, and lodged in and when shi ha& .taken a tew bottles
Libby Prison,thus presenting the very she was cured. She Is not naturally
*strongK, but Hood s Skirsaparilla seems
strange sight of the Confederate caval'v to give her strength." MiLs. .1, HKN
leader and captor serving at Santiago DEasoN, EvansvIlle, Goorgla.
under the man he captured. Shafter Hloot's Pills cute all liver ills. Lasy
was major of the nineteenth Michigan, t3 lake, easy to operator reliable, sure.
in General John Coburn's brigade, and 2c5,
in March, 1I2, while on a foraging Mrs. Crist's Patchwork."

Says He Didn't Say It.
In a previous issue of TIE TilES.
HERALD we published a condUnsaiiou
of an article that appeared In the Au-
gusta Chronicle wherein Paul B. Sledge
of that city was reported to have said
that he considered the climate of Flori-
da inmore deadly to our soldiers than the
Spanish bullets. Mr. Sledge took ex-
ception to the Chronicle's article, and
caused the following correction to be
published the next morning, and which
we copy in justice to Mr. Sledge:
"'Editors Chronicle: In the article
published in yesterday's paper headed
'back from a visit to Tampa' you quote
me as saying that 'I consider the climate
of Florida more deadly than the Spanish
bullets.' This isa mistake. I regret
having been misunderstood. What I
did say was 'unless our soldiers ha,
been removed from the camp which
they occu'led, I thought there would
have been mole danger from sickness
than from Spanish bullets at Poito
Ilico.' My rcnqon for making this
statement was onil account of ibe Ilca.
tion tin ccanmp, and the length of time
il had been occupied. The camp was
situated on low, ilit ground, with no
draiinaize whatever, and on a level with
tidlwaier. After a heavy rain thewhole
plice i as ilI oled. Ainyv position accu-
pid a an encaiti menti biy a large body
of men, licconues noire or less foul in
(colirst f liile, ;iinl iuil scl) should he)
c'hliligcdi every sixtl lday" lilileUsexclp-
lionail couil .amv inditioni s xist. As
re'.c;r'( Filiida. I believe tlht state to
e ouii I iiof ltillaliiet in the Union,
both .in iiniiner aml wiinier; anl while
I hnve no taliiistics hefotre ie, think ( on
eCcaitiiiinliti isucl( will be found t io be
thlie fact. P. It. N.IoI)E."

T A. 1. AI', Co. Supt.

The water o li< in he river at
Buffalo Bluff- i., iwc e millessouth
of here, are s ,C t h it is almost
impossible foi -, .,is I m o t Iheir way
through. Thi i,. inm r ijavi'a got fast
in them Tuesd.i, Ii, r iri: and was
detained for'sev i h uir: Thesteam.
er Fearless,witl, a i L -1 i| n,.val scores
attempted to comi i r. it1i Itl:in Wed-
nesday, but was i- i ,: ftl until she
left her tow,when ,li came on to the
Diseases er the 'ilood tird ,t"rvyes.
No oan nct! suirer ii '.-ira:vn.'i I. lTie
disease is quickly an I periwiaicintly cured
by Browns' Iron Iittr:s, 'Every disease of
the bIood, inervos and itml eli, clirnic
or otherwise, si". c, itals t t rou e' Iro n
Bitters. Kiowu and us,-I for nearly i
quarter of a icentnry, it s tawils to-dlay fore-
most among our most voliled remedies.
Brownuilron Bitters is sold.biy all dealers.

Suffered 20 Years.

Pas-ed Into that rest which remains
foi the purc in heart, Mrs. Cordelia It.
Tuttle, at ,Laike Corno, Florid.i, July :'0,
IS98. For reasons not easily avoided, I
have debate I this tribute of reward to
one whom it had been my privilege to
know well for more than forty ears,
and the same tenderness of heart, the
same kindly regard, the same solicitude
for advancing youth, and the same lov-
inz smile continued us when I first knew
her, except, perhaps, that they became
intensillied andi more matured with lur
maturing years. To know and compre-
hend a godly life is reat, 0 live it is
greater, This she did without apparent
effort, and knew no other way. It
seemed to come to her as gently as the
dew falls, and as sure as the warmth
and glow of the sunbeam. We may not
praise a sunbeam, for it must sing;
but when one falls upon and illumes a
darkling cloud, the bright iadian:e
playing upon it, our admiration wakes
life. Her Christian character and life
were a blessing to every community In
which she'lived. As communities are
better for having pure lives, and church
and other organizations better for bear.
ing on their membership rolls such
names, she was a bleuing to this vil-
lage to wh!ch she came from Winsted,
Conn., a lme twelve or fourteen years
ago, and of the church an earnest and
devoted member and worker. Her trust
was childlike, her faith sublime, and
her life a benediction to this people that
deeply feels feels and mourns her loss,
List of Uncalled For Letters.
Reianinilg the Postnittce at Pa.
latka, Fla., for the week ending August
10, 1818:
.Lllen, Wisley Lisetiby, L I
Binam, John R hinson. L W
Count, C L iHt.i. It W
Carkins,' Arthur Yuii_,. Wm
Jaicmsoii, G lavul Williasus, Alex
Adams, %Mr Naucy Tucks, Mariah 2
Thomas, Iutli Snlihainon, Susin
Thomson, Sarah 2 West, Mrs F W
Taylor, Mrs G G 2
Pers6ns catling for the above letters
will please say "ADVsaTIsP."
D. M. KmitY. P.,M.

Is caused by torpid liver, wiuch prevents dige".
Uon and permits food to ferinent and putrify Ia
the tomaceh. Then foiloyr diziness, headache,

hitiKndi, nervounme, an il
it net relieved, iilkiiii (ever
or blood polsonlag. Hood's
Pills sthuiate the qti ilch,
rouse te uver, cure hatao i, dils o
ht. diii witla l n d7ii
%P=41 nllsui tu L".6 wlU lt li l'iipSi


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TH 'E.:, '',,I' F SYfLP OF F
is due io' .: the originality and
snpli .:' o/ 1ii coumbinati 'n, but also
to the eUr' iiitl skill with which It is
onut.inii. :ir by acientifl: processes
kn l.r, '. t J, FORI?:A 1'1` SyIUP
Co ,a,.;%, and -,: w;h to inipresa upon
'u>, tlie!i. n.i r- lic'. of 'u.-'h :slU g the
t:rcc ... or-' r'-:,dy. As t e
frrirliii .* Fr p I I' i ; iiin uactured
1'' the tliroi:'l. ; .i 1-HUP Co.
,, hat fact will
r ,* .. i worthless
i '.:. iwiotul Li. otherpai~
rt.i<.4l h :,'j'iiliii,' ofl the CALl-
S.. r C'i with the medl-
c "a, a;idl t'h t,;tisfaction
v ~ninit t "up o' Figs has
i. 1 :'i)Ilis of families, makes
t_. ,., ,I' t, (':irinry a guaranty
o.' t'. r. ',' : ',if it ,'reniedy. It is
S .' ier laxatives,
He it a' -it li-ilncyf,, liver and
bi t;: g weaken-
i": I I it 4.w:,i ni t tripe nor
I i r i d ;i >rdlrr l. t itf I euncftulal
'. .. *,, 't lii.* t,,rr tli nanie of

:. ;.:-" \r' ** > i-l,>':.; lrf. Cal.
rt.ct -r I N,.W OIK, N.Y.

T achers' Examination.
An exx innaiiii ofl al' licants for
teahlier- I Ir ,o hell- In Pala:ka, on
Tues'a liiniiieOr I;, 181SM, to open at
8 o'c: iIk cwli 't .\)1ppocants will pro.
vil, ilti \r,., wi.hi e l ni ink, and legal
cap paper )- ,,, :teriuz.
lliownili : V ii,' iltioin l Theories will
be the b,. .nwiidil front on theory
and pract l'( it Ie hI adit 14 1, Kellogg
& Co., i;E 1 'hi -.. N. Y., or of F. C.

I '- ,/ /Y / ///l r -
RS., MARY LEWIS, wite of a promil
ncntfimtier, and well ki,t .i by all
old residents Eil.n;oit, N. Y,.
writts: "For twenty-seven yea I had been
aconstant sufferer from lervTus prostra-
tion, arid paid large sums of mousy for doc*
tors nd advertised remedies without bene-
fit. Three years ago my condition was
alarming; the least noise would startle and
unnerve me. I was unable to sleep, bad a
number of shaking spells and slowly grew
worse. I began using Dr. Miles' Ilestbrative
ervne and Nerve and Liver Pile. At lnst
the medicine seemedtohave no effect, but
after taking a low bottles I began to notice
i change; I rested better at alght, ay ppe-
tite began to improve and I rapidly grew
better, until now I am as aasl asessd
to health asono of my agO GMy 0t2MM, LOd
blessa r.Miles'ervine."
Dr. Mile,' Itemedles
a sold by all drug.-
giste unde, a Ipoelr ve
benel. or moane ri-
ftnded. Book em die-
easesot U M lheBeaLrtad
DR. MU.U MM OAL00.. stka rlad

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f t '* .. 1 *

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t. 35 L Emcn Street.

Stamped Goodd,

Ladies: Shirt Waists,
.. press Skir

Men's Furnishings,

SDryGoods'ad Notiois, Sh'oe$ and Nosien
R. & G.'gorsets. Parasols and Umbrellas.
Men's and Bbys' Hats,
Boys"' Waists and Pants

Po'0visions, Grain, Hay, Flour, Meal, Grits, Etc


~ofoleAlrabulm for il I~I N E->i (70N F INiE
CaniofCa,'L'iN! C 'NVVI-Nl- XEITIII'"
Lion Br~ad Ca.,,n~d Meats, Mll(' 'ICI ) NORlllll~)

Quotations MlJ P promptly on Application.
SF e bl 1 1 nlVF


. 4N"' 1 H'11,. WIII Er ER IT IIP

North, South, East, West,

Northwest or Southwest


It Of Railways
Plant SystmSteamrship
%rnITH rEll 'V.I Y i AT


Port Tampa, Sanford, Jacksonville, 0
Charleston, Montgomery,' Tifton,
And Various'Other Points

Cheap Summer Excursion Rates I
Al inform uion can lhe ohntaned promptly bv aiddreioin ,o cillin- :itI
F. M. JOLLY, Div. Pass. AZent, 1:3I W. Ray St .lac'k-,tville, FIa.
i. W. WiRENN, Passenger Traffic kiager, Savannah, Ga.


r I*.0
4 ate
LtcaaM ttd ilver and '-, streagthe s
m' a stiuoan, thus thus em ta ret nuMls u
.bo .rt aor it dilt .


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1 COMMERCE OFSANTIAGO duction COhat rupjto by e qai
Sm_____ lenti. Jamaica haIs suffered much from' lWhat PI sple say
'. the deolio in thi industry, and there
Principal Capabilities of the are opinions that beet sugar will sri-
oystern End of Cuba. y cripple even Cuba's trade, Croosus.- The Verdict is the Same from
astern End of Cuba.. like as it has been. However, therre a .a All s ctlo
-. also careful students of the situation
TIO IN T NTwho do not believe that the beet can A u .ect of Vast importance t
.OAUTIONIFINgVETMENTSAIRISED ever yield sugar so economically as Cu- B|t oeftImttlt.
*. __ ban oane. They point to the ricimess of the o-1 1tit". '
Oc t the growth and to the little care and "I kjo topnd Hod'iIrsparlllsto be
Iro iBOre and S Are "the tier iorts. cultivation required as "advantages the bt rnastmml ei( hslelao and the
MMgaess e and Copper Ar6 Also rtalrd which must make the Ouban article batn serve taste t~slt.I.bMv ever tried.
Sensoatite lJehli b MutIr BH EBmployMi profitable for an indefinite period.' Ialways feel batt after taking It. My
Ia Sgar Millsa to held Oood 3R1ea This industry thrived ander the ruiln. h9btbm hA derived g t betine. roa t
Richb t ot .l.a g y, Cedar, an ou taxatioanf theoSapulardi and was Its us having taken It for hyftlbma ad
M'beu Almoad sautJ.mgo'. Important partly able to meet evpn thi added trfb. *tomStelfmrble. Weoalwayss ek highly
r sppi..s. utes demanded by the insurgents. *,Cer- of Hood's pa ,iills." Mus. J. BaIT,"
As the Ant part of Cuba to come nn tally relief frqm both of. these ought ". did t have any appetite and oo.Al
der the stars and stripes, tSatngo si to cQmpensate to a greater orledege .not eep at night. I began to takiRHod'e
Stbhereontributary to it Ua now o for the competition the beet. raparilla and before) bad fini dtwo
Stte o One thing is oertain--ugar must be 'otties Ia very nmush Titer. Sin.-
S ret rom the commercial point ,f produced on a large scale, with the most ktn ot bottles I hsve d app1ti
view. The isolation of theeastern c' lnliprmved machinery and under intolli a id ille p W ll." Ch*lI L. RuuMu'u, .
of the Island from the rest,,is almost gent, energetic uanagonient-to ykid Key Wet, Florida. Remembet
complato. Virtuallythi only connection good rotbrus. Old nietihoGis wore wasd-
V, with th rpopulous centers'of Havana, ifu to a degree, but had given way In' HOOd' Sarsaparilla
Matpnzasa mld Ciienuirgos is 'by water, good'pr't to new ones more aprrnpriati ,Ithe bes-intfatthe ne True BloodPuriter.
and the distances are omnuih greater thti- to the last (ldcae of the ainete.tlt ellu- Sold by *ldrugglits. 41; six for. *
those from a i tury. ScieLiitiflcmiacl4uerywasitiprtstI l
those from Jamnica, Haiti anI orhr i fro ( ru nv a nd the United t:at, Hood'Pills "te w t
lands of the Antilles. .By fA d the trip All the mills had electric ligl.r actively. Ae ts,
S is almost out if thn. question. Colnl'ner- plants, so that they could be kept run- '
cially Santiago de Cuba js a country by ning night and day. Various economics but t eo servraTyeairb required to bring
Itself. were introduced which in large etaub- the plant o maturity will always be an
BaracoN, on the north shoro, the c(ld l'ilitni ts miiie on.idtirablmdiffero u important factor. Sugar and-other urops
At settlement in the "ne woId, laud- in the r ,Cri pts of a yp.a may be gathered the first year, and in-
Ing plac o Coli wa elude i ot r oen lng piae d Colunius, was itneluded m tiff' la., tho tai-iny:i of extractl, it its Joni deferTed re turns.
the military district surrwnkredl .ly low _me t ngur hag in the han d Frit should be one of the most a.
generall Toralt.(eneral Sfatter, Fruit of lh tf,, i lt andonstic.apitalist. portaut a'd permanent of the exports
'is its great staple, n bd largo qualitlti tho r tipirrov,':' its li not li' ir I from Ouha to the United States. Bara-
J are exported from thoirI,. In good' ta's ried 'iir in all tLhe i lli. h'1 hi ,i: oa, as already mid, has 't'w a center
thero is a daily ailing of fruitors. m. fl'nd irit ,h I ito pay (;,'i of this traffic. Santiago city is more
( '(uanranamo, ent of Siantiago, is also a or ,th r chale nis .ot i .0 y .iar tVsup r- distant but not sufficiently so to be re-
Sport of some oonlseiluncul, built untiain ittild th pL'Mes. ofn 2 of thul ;. moved from competition. It is about as
is, of' course, the chief city of lthl terri- n]a!nf:,vtrer .a llInot reached ithl e*i-t'. near the Atlantic ports as Port Anto-
tory, ranking norinally after Havana of iiilitilIIt niiiid tinued to iI nio, lamaicia, from which enormous
and Mataauss in population. ploy ignorantt ili1n as overseers. They shipments of fruit are nimllo to Balti-
As the war of 1 tlu-8 went on0 Santia- Vwtl(,, hl|, ly to t11 a qu narr less siLiiar more, Bolton, New York and other cit-
go suffered with the rest of the island., outt if the. ie than their more skillful les. With these commodities of course
A large production of sugar had been and iotitlligint competitors. the time element is important, not so
attiiiaed, the grow li 1 hving gradual aft- Mk, fan.iliar with the situation a Imuch oln account of the expense of run-
er the Ten Years' war )lld fnanlly tall- Al rlitcnsawliot aregoing into the su;,ar i lng the ship as on aeooult of the date-
ing a spIurt. Ent the dovaLitatioa of the 'busi,>ss, in enl a to do so with all m- rioration of the cargo.
plantations by ono sild or the other cut sibli, cirucnispection and only under the About Santiago me numerous cocoa-
down theiex.ortation to almost nothing. most favoralie conditions. Mlany fac-: nut groves. The tree grows reia i This has always bi en .the most cotsi1l- stories are now in thelhandsof dttreiuely speedily., Its lntsl mlay Ia -'wrer.
erable agricultural product. The com- able men, native and foreign, who get cheaply, for skilled Cuban L,...h.r up
merco of the city got to be almost one the best possible returns out of them. If the laoa, nmxath stems like monkeys
sided. There are no manuufactures, so there is a rush into this industry, only anid strip the tree in a little while. Ba-
clothinig ind food supplies hlad to be those who can turn out the product nama pineapples, orange, alligator
shippediincontitautly. Little or nothing most economically will make money. pears and maugoes grow in profusion,
went out except iron crre. Of cour:o The soil seems capabloof growing atnay or (lid before Wir ravaged the groves.
trade of this sort cohid not go on for- additional acres of cane, and unless bet To the lbhabitants of cities increased
ever. sugar proves too formidable a rival i imports of tropical fruits, especially
It seems- likely that the mhieriil thcr will be a great stimulus to the bananas and pineapples, will be a great
wealth of the province will become its trade in Cuba. The tendency bias been boon. Cheapuess and greater freshness
chief resource, although sugar should there, when sugar yieoVd the heavit of the articles will remit, together with
under present conditions remain impor- returns to capital, to give up cverythitng a familiarity with the ways of cooking
taut. There are many stories of the in. else for*it, just as in the southern rurt them.---Staff Car. New'York Tribune.
exhaustiblo wealth of the mountains of the United States farmers raised lit.
that stretch along the backbone of the tle but cotton. This singleness of ercr, Parls lov In a Mimle FIght. "
island to its eastern end. Cubans be- has its obvious disadvantages, and bnti. In t. e :a :st of the' h'uvy rain which
lievoittobe a veritable El Dorado. The n(ess men here who know the circum. fell the other tunrming groups of the
fact is clear that its iron mines can be stances advisecaution in puttingup e'ewv strict toys ina working clusawdistrict of
worked wuh profit. Aflierican capital sugar mills. At the same time they are PF.i. Organized a mimic tli,:t Ietween,
bas demonstrated that. The Juragus cotfideut that, run on first classbusir .; threni(lve( some repret.tting Amer-
Iron company, with eight or ten mines and scientific principles, such :v.rir Is ichms nud others Spauiards. The fight
near Fermrea, back of Siboney,, and the will prove succes fill. wa codnlcted in a mild naninuer for
Spanish-American Iron company, witl Valuable woods grow on the moun- some tilne, only fists and sticks being
a large shaft a few miles back of Bai- tain sides of Santiago province. Atpri'. used. but as the be ;:n.u ex-
quiri, have made large shipments of eant, for all commercial purposes, they cited they atacked one anoth. i i a.
ore to the Unted States. It goes chiefly might as well be situated on the moonl, very serious nanncr. A tbarit a, was.
to Bethlehem, Pa., to be mixed with tains of the moen. All.the :m ahogcry, erected by the so called lpantur.'s, who,
the native product, but is used by other cedar, ebony and other trees that coci- began to fire volleys of stones and to
big steel companies ot. nand good prices have been cut from I raiu brickbats on the imaginary Amer.
Some of the most important iron and the lands that are near the aveunes of icans. A tew pistol Mhots were also
steel interests of the east are joined in transportation. The rivers are not more hoard, and at last the police saw that it.
this Cuban venture. They have their than creek After Mntisually heavy was time to Intearfre. A dozen or so of
own veo el to transport the ore. At raius they become .torrents, but the the youths oi both sides went home
Baiquiri t a large pier from which the pith of the watershed is so great that seriously malined.-Loudon Telegraph.
ore shoots directly from 'the car to the they soon subside. Of course the heavy *0
hold of the ship. Tbe.Turagua company woods could not be floated oven if the Jus.t O of !ham.
has a railroad running to Santiago har- waterways were of adequate depth. All Oneof Mssouri's contributions avail.
bor, its pier being in the outskirts f the mahogany has been stripped from able for war Is 1,000,000 pounds of
Sthe city. Here its ships are loaded. La- the hills near the coati or near the tfew freshly mined lead each wcck.---S
bor in the mines is $1 a day Spanish small lines of railroad. Any that is se. Lou Globe-Demaocmt.'
mofy. The distance from tidewater is cured now has to be hauled five or sixemocr
small, so that conditions favor the cheap days over bal roads by bullookL. Natu- .e .4 V ,.
production of the ore. The men who rally the expense makes this wood taoo cse t oodt w a ting or
are conducting these mines are of such costly for export. lath rowing, great dimanstons
wealth and of such ability that they Mahobnuiny and almilur woods grow i But in,, t eemts a bloodle. t ar .
will certainly make the most of the op- slowly that it is hardly worth while We'll not Leswampel on prionuns.
portunities of peace and a stable, fair :alkilg ilont the new forests of theri -Atlama (CAi.iitution.
government. wjlih may spring up to replace theold. -
Mauganese also promises well. Ar-. Railrods and good highways will make Treatment of Carveur and His Moem.
rangoments hlyd all been made to work available large supplies of theme prod- The navy department is showing ev4
a mine of tthis when the war began. nets, which now bring high prices. ery reasonable courtesy toAdmira~Car.
The preiinary tests iludicatios Ther, are plans for a railroad along thu vera itd his fellow prisoners, even go.
of excellent returns. Doubtless um it will length ,. the island, and the extension ling s far as to make a money allow-
ined n the stytlement uof l.ltia r
need only the settlement of political of the mining industry will involve the dance for the officers. When they esoap.
I uncertainties to set the machinery go- I building of spurs. ed from their ships, most of them were
uing. The mine is north of Santiago and eef has come to be such's rarity in forced to jump into the a. They con- .
is connected with it by rail. Copper, Santiago that cattle raising will tcpm sequentiv had little clothing and no *
too, known to exist l the mountains. mand the attenti0, of, men with money money whoa captured. Thby fpunl
Indeed a long range is known as the El is on as p~acef omesseaon df stock iN their pmniles coaitio mberraing
Cobre. in the proent high prico of the assured. Although most of the aeuntrr whd they reached Portspth, N. H.,
metal and thb large profits from the Is thi( kly overgrown, there are strtclht, and undertook to cable to families
X11nes1of It in thelUnited States it i and flolds of ood graiing land. Mc in pail. Secreta Longauedanor-
4srrtain that capital will seek inveHt- of this had been fenopd' i with barbed derfgiving-the Spo m offers the piv-
inent-in this industry ii half thu reports wire. The grass grows rich and tall; flege ot common eating fely wt
aboot the depoli t of it in Santiago there is a good deal of guinea gram, their relatives andLtrendsi ia !s
Proluvinoe.iutr -. which the horses and mules of tie long t stheydo SsentdooM la,-dIA
t sugar willniae the widest at- army found exceedingly palatable: fotmation. The isy. deprtraens is
fe la whn bulsififesTi again able t6 While Ouha can ruite sufloient bedf for swing many inquiries ero Spa
Srale is head unafraid of 'war. It l; bome .opsumptlon, the indeatry will abos t the fate qf men whoW se
tIthadt lbad come to to the riohes Of hardly provy prodtaehl enough to war- od the Spanish ve .-P lok c
Cubta orops. The bil pycontage of afmt ciup etion with the United Stats (tasMnge a thla C T fi
gain from it led to a large exmsaou of and S'ko ia export trade. be in T iui. ,a'""a.
the arap under rultivation. It wan .* Igl may hea raisfl Intanaitapg pro- '
pOld fhat tb"henow laud mVe.e roudl u ih.ce @tl| i lh' iniortant than ir .eyten! P" .. iS ". /
fully f o and a stIl further o tucerA ozhtr atuipl .C'ee jrov.A'Lak (il th,'. M t s
i' t.tldA iIctiB way in h lci "'d icr it highlaadh b ,'lits mbt bean praoduiet ". O"-.5 "
Prices frut. It T",re ,r'-fluijl in amliaiea ,',. ,-"it eq i f. -"p ..t -s D ""
he-a *hb ha*i eiled *oofe s ess Ia Ibt- .A
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Florida News Culled For The
Times-Herald Readers.

Some f the Mor e Im-
porant Events.

IL i. a>id Miami ii to he atl udon(d
as a military camnp.
The Tampa papcrb are ligihtint hard
against the annexation of Cuba.
The citizens of IIamilton ito in) will
vote on the wet or dry qu (tlon on the
thi of September.
There are ten thousand buhhiil trees
in the *carlett oaiii g, iove at I t>l.and
-all of uniform size.
The ttrpeutine iniduitrv it on the in
crease in Pasco couny; new stills ate
going ul, at various points.
Lake Blutler is out for county eatI of
Bradford county, 'nd is making a ithard
fight for its removal from Starke.
Oranire trees in Im li evard cutttv ire
blooming lica.-lv since the sunmnier
rains began, and the prospects are now
good for a large late crop.
The Coinmmercial Ice and P'roduce Co ,
of Newark, N, .1, has begun the erec-
ton in JHcksonville of a 3U-ton ice fac-
Orange buyers have already made
their appearance in some sections of the
state, but growers are not disposed to
hurry in makIng sales.
Numerous complaints are coming in
of the loss of many acres of tobacco in
Gadsden county cause from scalding by
too much rain. Some growers report
ten-acre losses.
Dr. Bloom, a noted magnetic healer,
of Lake county, has purchased the
Fudge bouse-"Pine Castlo"-near De
Lanl,and will locate a sanitarium there.
Great Improvements are to be made to
the place.
Delay is dangerous-when you have a
Cough or Cold, take PEEK'S PINE
TAR PYRUP at once; it will cure
quicky. Peek's 'Drug Store, Lemon
street opposite court house. *
The returns from the recent election
to determine whether intoxicating li-
(uors should be sold in Lee county have
finally been canvassed, and the result
places the county in the temperance

The most important land sale that
has been made lately in south Florida
is that of the Curry warehouses and
docks at Key West to the Florida East
C(not Railway system. It represents a
t.,nsation out $100,000.
Two hundred bushels of Florida vel.
vet beans have been shipped from Or-
lando on an order from the department
of agriculture at Washington. The
beans are for general free distribution
among the people.
Ex-Mayor Thon'as J. Laud-Brown
has gone to New York to reside perma-
nently. Some four years ago he be-
came a citizen of Green Cove Sprinns,.
since which time he bae been very ac-
tive and prominent in public alairs,and
for two years was mayor of the place.
The shipment of phosphate rock from
Punta Gorda for the month of June
amounted to 7,085 tons by the Peace
lRiver Phosphate Mining Co. Added
to the W,005 tons already reported, and
we have a total of 24,180 tons shipped
in six months.

A black worm from an inch to an constitutional disease,reoanres a constl-
inch and a half In length has lately ap- tutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure
cleared in several Bermuda grass lawns is taken internallyv. acting directly up-
at Tarpon Springs. There are millions on the blood and mucous surfaces or
of them apparently, and in a short time the system, thereby destroying the
destroy the beauty of the lawnsentirely. foundation of the disease, and giving
No cne seems to know what they are, the patient strength by building up the
but some seem to think they are the constitution and,aasstUng nature in do-
arn.y worm. lug its work. The proprietors have so
The more careful a mn is in buying, much confidence in its curative powers,
the more skeptical be is in selecting his that they offer One Hundred Dollars
thefor any case that it fails to ,r Se 111nd
pants, the better we like it. Be will list of testimonials.
then more fully appreciate the BUCK- A&Idre, F. J. CRzYI 6 Co., Tole:
SKIN BREECHES. He'll see at a d 0. I~'rold y all Druggliss, Ts
glance how carefully they are made.
When he puts his hands in the pookel The Thabassn says the ame being
he'll find a printed guarantee wbh .. .
v; "U Itnot as representald Tou 01oent0d for mmberso tf legilal.
money bask. Tey oeld't be Imew-, ten i hi e tsa of tl M ee
they'll never be le." i l, f ? t iHV a ta i .
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A Wiser Way.
"How freehand rosy oulook,Nora,"
exclaimed Isabel, who had just return
ed from the beach, and w,. greeting
her friend,
"'Yea, dear," replied Nora, "I amn
feeling 'plendldlv, and m-min tays I
have an a ariniug apple I e."
"Whie in th world have I o0 been
ilnce I sl.w you ?"
"I have reiialue I at homno, replied
Nora, '"aud have wor ed third evtry
day. Sat I ive le.?n tuk ug that
wonderful inclicline, Hod's Barespa-
rills, and it has done me, oh, so mouoh
good. You see I alwayss like to ftel
well wh naI go away, and I leave for
the mouniauis next week.
Editors Come In Last.
lu Mliasouri they heyo introduced a
new feature to raise funds for church
purpoits--a hugging society. The ratis
are reaonab e, that is if the goods are
up-to-date. The l.atc-t quotations are
as follows, but are subJ.:ct to change
without notice:
S(iris under sixteen, 1.5c for a hug of
two minutes, or 10 for a short squeeze.
From ssixtenu to twenty, 5Cc.
Fram twenty to twenty-five, 75c.
bhool mainis. 40c.
Another man's wife, .1 with special
pertmi,; .1.550 without.
Widows, according to look-, from $8
to $10
O.d mail, if wrinkled, 3, a,'iece or
two for a iinickle, no time liruit,
Preacl.,rs have the freedom of the
Professors are accorded a discount of
10 per cent.
Editors pay In advertising, but are
not allowed to participate until everv-
body else has gotten through, in order
to avoid a rush, and tven then thev are
restricted to old maids and school arms
and cautioned not to squeeze too hard
or show partiality.
A Sure Preventive.
By taking a regular course of Prickly
Ash Bitters for the next two or three
weeks, and an occasional dose thereaf-
ter, the blood, liver, and bowels will
be Po cleatned, strengthened, and regu-
lated as to easily keep the body free
from disease germs,should yellow fever
appear in your locality.
Prickly Ash Bitters is sold by Acker-
man & Stewart.
balarion is endorsed by best physi.
eians and guaranteed to cure chilis, fo-
ver and ague, All drugglsts, or from
Moffit-West Drug Co., St. Louis.
Snap Shots at a Graphophone.
The graphophone is to the ear what
the photographic camera is to the eye,
and more, for the graphophone catches
instantly and preserves every tint and
shade of sound. A most interesting
use of a graphophone is to make records
of your friends' voices to be preserved
for future use. You can catch the story
of your jolly friend just as he told it, or
the favorite song of some loved one just
as she sang it, and have It reproduced
perfectly at any time, and as often as
you please. Besides, the graphophone
affords wonderful entertainment In the
way of re-producing the music of bands,
orchestras, or vocal or instrumental
soloists. No Investment will return so
much in pleasure as the purchase of a
graphophone. It Is the perfect talk:ug
machine. Write for catalogue .No. 30,
to the Columbia Phonograph Company,
110 E. Baltimore at., Ballimore, Md.

The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there Is at less
one dreaded disease that solencehas
been able to cure ino all its stages, and
that is Catarrh. Hall's Calarrh Cu e is
the only positive core known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being the

Twenty Years Proof.
Tutt's Liver Pills keep the bow-
elsin natural motion and cleanse
the system of all impurities An
absolute cure for sickheadache,
dyspepsia, sour stomach, con-
stipition and kindred diseases.
"Can't do without them"
L P. Smith, Chilesbur, Va.-
writes I don't know how I could
do ierthout then. I have had
ULiver disease for over twenty

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Home-Seekers' Exursions.
On the ftret and third Tuedays tu
July, August, September, and Oetober,,
1898, the Chicago, Milwaukee, & St.
Paul hallway will sell round trip excr.
slon tleket. (good 21 dlavs) from Chki.e
go, Milwaukee, and other points on is
line to a grast iany points in South
and North Dakota, and other western
and southwestern states, at about one
fare. Take a trip west and see the
wonderful crops, and what an amount
of'Food land can be purchased for a
life money. Further Information as
to rates, route, prices of farm laud,etc.,
may be obtained on application to any
couljpn ticket agent, or by addressing
either of the following namred persons:
W. E. Powell, general immigrationu
agent, Old Colony building, Chicago;
II. F. flunte, Immigration agent for
South Dokota, 2uI Dearborn street,
Chicago; or Geo. HI. Heafford, g:(neial
passenger ageut, Chic io, Illinois.
Are You doing to the Coast?
Those of our readers who are expect-
ing to spend a portion of the heated
term at the seaside will do well to in-
vestigate the advantages to be found at
Coronado Beach,opposite New Smyros.
At Coronado the Bfot base flahin In
the country will be found, bathing it
unexcelled, anud no prettier beach can
be found on the Atlantic coast. If you
anticipate going away ftomn home
during the summer, we would advise
y,.u to write to iV.l. Newell,proprietor
of the Seasido Hotel, Coironado Bef ch,
for full particulars. Postolice address.
New Smyrna, Ha ju3Lf

Bucken's Arn caSa've.
The Best Salve ino-the world for OCta.
Brulses, )Mres, Ulcers, Balt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, and all Skin Eruptions,
and positively cures Piles. or no pay re-
quireod. It Is guaranteed to give per-
fect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
Ackermiu & Btewart.
The State Treasury.
The state treasurer reports the fol-
lowing balances on band at the close of
business Tuly 31st:
General revenue, $192,256.01
One.mill school tax, N23,536,29
State board of health, 05,960.87
Pension tax. $2,831.80
Tax certificate fund. $5,953.58
School fund, principal, $13,045 :38
School fund, interest, $16,055 55
Agricultural college fund, 3,699.67
Experiment station fund, $3,973.94
Morrill fund, white college,$15,572 37
Morrill fund,)lack college. $12,104.75
Seminary fund, principal, $1,059.70
Sinking fund. bonds of 1873, 1401.70
Sinking fund, bonds of 1871, 35 67
Total balance on hand, 0297.157.06
When wear begins to exceed repair
in your body you asegoing tofallsilk.
The signs of It art: Iocs o flesh, pale
nes, weakness, iervousanm, eto. The
repair needed is food. You think you
eat enough, and yet you feel that you
w, ar out more tisue, eergyff, nerve
force tlan your blood nakel oto you.
The difflcnulty Is that you do not digest
enough. And this is so serious it Is
worth sitting down seriously to think
about. Ifyou can't digest what you
eat, take a few dose of Shaker Diges-
tive Cordial. The effect of it will- be
to Increase your flesh and make yoe
feel stronger. You won't fall sidk.
Proof that it is In control of your is-
pair apparatus. It's easy enough to
test this for yourself. Take few bot-
tles of Shaker Digetlve Cordial.
At druggists, pries 10 cents to 1 per

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THE SYSTCdly dtEAltSER AND Ri let ,a.
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Sal ever, kidory di sorders or ;on rtroublei
d1seen. PMax 1Y Asa Btnris daire out di *
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ACKERMA&N & 0TEWART, General Agents.

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North, South, East, West,

Northwest or Southwest,.
Of Railways

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Port Tampa, Sanford, Jacksonville,
Charleston, Montgomery, Tiftont.
And Various Other Points,.



Cheap Summer Excursion Rates I
Al! information can be obtained promitlv by addressing or calling on
F. M. JOLLY, 'Div. Pass. Agent, 188 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville, Fla
B. W. WRENN. PIesinger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.

Florida East Coast Ry.
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your Pulse

You feel the blood rusn. in

esarep e and your con
bwhyat telndof01 blood?
If the bloat- Is impure then
you are wease andlanguid
your ppette Is pr cirand your
dip l atio Is weak. Yo, n-

chee sare andor 1 1 our b1ko

Pinion Is ule tl. You are

iud the Sasapall, Theylls,
r onawie eruptiona of the Wi.U

witl. -do I Taskeita ew days
your pulse again. You can

feel, bhe diferenceI. It sr

better. Se our book on
Aye, t PTils. 'They greatly
Paid the Sasapailla, They

A New oandtipl c otl Ire iMaoI ies. eIqnstlii Of
f'r t LIos F r I t ,TOMi, pl t m.'it' a ,i
ta x e s o f itetp l, t.[ fA. tr t oe ,r is i,
vie kiet h a k ie t iis ft a ii, aw nit e rie esat
In leath, un t eaias Wmhy ndase this arr
uisease "We pack a Ori InAtGurantee iI Ie
l. No Cure, Nor and st a box, 6 5o

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. the Dil'URI ER.. Sw i l n 1 iid i ol, a 0 i 3
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And Fancy Goode.
Has in ack an elegant And dAive l-
,Zed line of aillR"oodspertaning to
- the M All E nerr n C Snesas,
E cpertanote4 Northern Trimaer l
chiro of T rieimmin. Department.
& LPKCIAsLW' Fall a(>sartmetnt bt,
STAMPED 11JEN4 i'O(ia and EM.
Rik t' aept.t.d the vronicv for the
BUTTERUlrK PATr";,RN4. I imo now
prepareil to III alurlerll.d, for thi cv- I
breai pattern.
Cell or write to me for Fashior
sheet K (TE L. FUC A'4.

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19lG Acres Mercer CounTr, W. Va.
640 muese West Chrstian Co.. L-'
1.000 ac-es Johabno County, Ky.



aplmutant Event of the Week
Past Tw iely Covered.

Through Dixie Lead.
AmVstij, N. 6., Aug. L-General
John-. Poladetd bhse today ato fever
oeamtated at Ohokatmha ngs. Hisa
maie will be atuea to s home in New
York state.
Jaoanoxvq4w a 1a., Aug. The
. eoeal Alabama a gimaest ha arrived
heke from Mial amd adeae to cam;
alongwith the oal i a regimeut in
the eastern pat t the ity.
IMA VILL, Aig. :t Lieutenant
:Hobin telegraph* Dr..J. M. P. Otts of
thle aty that he will be his giest hre
Sone day this week W hle mantpW"rowt
NewYork toTmnqa. ir. Dr tt was for
years*!obson'a patorwhil stationed at
Greensboro, Ala. A publhe reception
*Willlbeiven the Merdnmae hero.
Bsauroat, N. 0., .Aug. The
iUanited .States auiliary gUnbblstGov-
smor Btasell, from Btsson, eruising
soath in the bnebor, became .watlhr-
bmund. During earget tiee-& b1pat
capsized sud Marine John Bowe ol
New Bedford, iMass., was drowned.
The body Jhas-na been notovered.
DucArut. Ala.. Aug. ,.-Mrs. Leila
Seto Wilde has omnmomeied a move
meat to.raite a $10,000 library to be pre-
sested to thIe lttleship Alabama. Mrs.
WUder starts with a liberal persousa
tubIrIption. She proposes ito have the
aumonrzatl ed by pennouy outribtioni
by the school children or jlabamas
Mownw natrX Ala., Aug. .L-Reports
from all seetian of the state to the missioner. f .ageonltUae bring the in.
formatliont 'the cotton ,greatly wd bytbeeaontinmd rains.
(rntil tens ys a.Rgo Aie cotton prospect
*was exoei6ingly flattering, but tht'
rains may nredwe te yield onue-third.
XNoxviu.A. Avg. 8. Mrs. Heleno
Kelly,. aged 108 years, ps burned to
death at her home s Han, ook county
Half a ceiury ago de lost stweral than.
sand acres of valuable minenrl and tim.
ber kmads in North Clrolinea through
legal setanglemeats. Ahe then same te
T.eneuu e and Hved al ue until death.
MoNToONERY, Ala., Aug. 6. -The
oflcials cf the Louisville aid Naslarille
Railroad company have eaused the ar-
rest of two negroes, Wesley Mill and
Colemani Robertson, both of whom lived
at Catonia, in this county, on the charge
of having wrecked a passenger traiu
near that place during November, I6W.
JAcsoN, Miss., Aug. 6.-The liate
board of education has received notlst
cation that Mr. Q. D. Gibbs, superior
tendent of education of Yasoo county.
is $2,294.28 short in his accounts. Gibbs
claims to have lost the money at the
gaming table. The affair has produced
quite a senaltlon, as Obbs is of a very
prominent family.
CHanrIsoo*t. Aug. 5.-For 'he first
time sins tthe arivl war, every woo, it
Chattaneoe has gone DemoonstlU. The
entire Deaoaratio county ticket, circuit
judge, tahriff, circuit olerk, county
clerk, tax collector and registrar, Was
elected b .a majority ranging from 23
to 1,000. The unegroes voted almom
,aolidly forth Democrats.
NAsavtLL*, Aug. $.-Is 1806. the
Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis
railway out wages of all eamply* 10
per cent. Thi payroll fqr July, now
being made. out, restores the cul of 10
per cent to all meniving les than $0W
per month and to those receiving large
salaries balf of the reduction is restored.
July salaries will be paid on this btii.
OPUtKA, Ala, Aug. S.-The 4tlaate
and West Point railway hag lead the
Tuskee railroad. running from Ohehba
%to Tskegee, In this state, and will ope-
rate it as part of the Wetern Railway
of AlasMa. The road haineenaturow
gauge. but Salrday was widened to
the strndpr4. width. It is one of the
most prosperous road a Inas ma and
doi s* la&bsinmels.
ON.ANDo. Fla." Aug, 4.-The state
Detmoeratis oovelntloa completed Its
labors hre yesterday, oan fr the flr
time m uay reurs nnot -.& est wwas
filed. All the nominstions we made
by Atclamatira except thee of thrse
railroad oomnissiomers, two lqlete be.
ing necesoarr to u himw *om the doman
candidAtes esn ut la Wose jnmed went
f., M. Day and J.. Brysa.d ambeate,
and John IL Marg .,
ATLANTA, Aag. i.- ta
conaiu duoe baeided t al ibeexpee
cosmp nisea miust I1u n revenue
saRtampwvh te fl ires
affixed h u'p.ijat._A-Jia tele-
ranOde, h eo
sender sast tu Nwbws
-gM .on the elilinal etath. ami I

Want FloridA Mer

Roy 4ThAYIR,
...ia~ .1. -

Stow iefths.
About one
SP YV umn woman
J fI n ten flown-
.days would
dare to run out
bare headed
and bare hand-
lt 1 lll[ted and frolic
a nd nmow ball
in midwinter.
They have to
be inudled up
I like hot.hoese
owe before
they dare van-
S tare out is age-
Svera weather,
l and even then
n |\ would shudder
at the thought
ofrollickirg in
B the anow an
:W.,tbeir grand-
others did.
gi trouble lies ta the fact that too few
tM enjoy perfect health and strength
d lespecll womanly organism. A wom-.
am who is not well and strong locally can-
not enjoy good general health. Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Presciption cures all weakness
and disease f the delicate and important
org aaaMcoacened in wifehood and mother-
hood. 4t i the most perfect and scientific
remedy ever devised for the peculiar ail-
meats of women. It reptores womanly
power, strength and virility. It tones and
builds ap the nerves which have bren shat-
tered by suffering and disease. It corrects
all Irreplarities and derangements and
stops exhausting drains. It restores weak,
nerves invalids to perfect health. It is
jlWend for this one class of disorders and
is god for no other. It is the discovery of
Dr. R. V. Pierce, for thirty years chief con-
suiting physician to the Invalids' Hotel and
Snrfica Ilnstitut t at Buffalo, N. Y. No
other known medicine can take its place.
I have been troubled with female weakness
that my physician called catarrh of the winio,"
writes Ms Teen Counner, of Catfish. Clarion Co..
Pa. "I doctored for it and did ndt get better.
At l coitnemmehcel taking Dr. Pierce' Favnr;t
Preseription, I got better right along and wh,
I had taken four battles was cured. I recom
mended thle Favorite l'rescrlpUoni' to A frien.
of umine. She has been usiug it and thinks it
Is wonderful."
Constipation is a little illne-s that if
neglected builds a big one. )r. Pierre's
Pleasant Pellets cure constipation, One
little "Pellet is a gentle 1ixative and two
a mild cathartic. They never gripe.

tinon's was a royal one. The pier was,
thronged with cottagers in gay aunmmer
attire and young ladies vied with their
elders who remembered "830 years ago"
in the enthus:asm they displayed.
MoNTEVALuL!), Ala,, Aug. 8.-A most
horrible catastrophe occurred near here.
Mr. John Alien of the Spring creek
neighborhood was returning from Al
drich, having with him in a wagrn his
wife and fie children and Mrs. Alberr
Edwards and her child. King's -reek,
which borders Montevallo, had been
suddenly swollen by a heavy rain antI
in attempting to ford it the wagan was
upset and all the oocupnnts throwij int,
the swift current. A4 were sated ex.
oept two babies, one Ublonging to Mrs.
Allen aol the other to Urn. Edwards.
ThlAse were drowned.
ArT.a&ts, Aug. 4.--Yaricn L Rob-
srts, a prominent and wealthy citizen
of Fulton county. was waylaid and shot
by his coudsi, C G. Fnller, near Mor-
esw's Station, on thie Central railroad.
The ailoting is said to have betn tbh
result f a bitter lend between Roterts
and Fuller sad the latter is said to hav'
accused the former of allenttinati tho
affeotiouns of hi wife. This Rolet trs it.
dAEnantly denied. The wounded n ..
W npobably recover. A warrant Lha-
btesslwrra out for Ftlter.
KxoXVILu, Aug. &-"lBud Davis an':.
Bterling Robinson were 1-led wLk'
cutting wire is Iront of siunt:..,,g en
July 2," runesa brief letter wh..h hin.,
just reached thoir relatives la Chi', oTr:
county. These youths wret exreit riflS.
C en and enlisted bere with Lktenant
Wsasboro of the regular army, who wa
also killed in that fight. Tie night be-
fnr they left Knotiulle Davis dreamed
that both were kilted in battle and Rob.
inson had a simiklr experience, his mtn-
tel a like :ate to Want
APALACHIcoLA, Flo., Aug. 6.-Th-
Ninrod, towing the dredge Thomas I.
Heradon and two scows, were all totallI
wracked off Care St. Blas in a otorm,
The Nimrod, with the entire crew, o n
waiting of 1amen, went down 40 miles tr.
se and nothing has sines been heard n
them.gThe dredge, with her two scow,.
is ashore on Cape St. Blas, the dred,.c
being a total loss. The Nimrod, dreds:
andacows belong to Ritteuhouse Moore
of Mobile. They are valued as follows:
Nitmod, $40,000; dredge, $7,000; Msow,.
683,000. I
MAooN, Aug. 6.-Captain Hugh ol.
juitt of Company K and Captainu K.
Maddox of company M, Third nregimens
ipmunes, have resIgned. Both are of
Atlanta. It is said the resignation,
which are supposed to be due op the or.
des to trooeed to yellow fever infected
Santiago for garrison duty, have been
accepted. It is rumored that First Ieu.-
teuant Sidney Wiley fat captain Harris'
onpae y will ssed th omuaad of
Oolqsit' smpanMi, and nre Ifns.
6ln JcM of Maddl cooimpay wil

G ralt ewsa Itam.
7oiitQK AIg S-OGwre ae, Oh

IA hAsoUo, Aig. & -k.Knys-w
e died this m tls,.
cAu. L-A P dispata

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uporai trlLn1ore saying t lat tile Ues.
ado, which was reported wrecked, i3
LOwDOw, Aug. 8.-The Evening News
today says it learns positively that
George N. Curzon, the parliamentary
secretary for the foreign office, has ac.
cepted the vice royalty of India, in ,nc.
session to the Earl of Elgin.
WASHINTrox, Aug. 8.-Professor Park
Morrill, oblef of the forecast division of
the weather bureau, died here last night
of typhoid fever. He came here from
Atlanta and had been employed by the
weather bureau for 12 years. He leaves
a mother and widow.
LoMDox, Aug. 8.-It Is reported, in
connection with the Anglo Saxon move-
ment, that endeavors are being made to
get the Prince of Wales to visit the
United States and Canada next summer
and it is added that enoounrgement has
been given the idea in responsible
WaemsXsrTON, Aug. 4. Secretary
Long is now devoting a good part of bhis
attention to reducing the expenses of
the navy department which were so
vastly increased by the war. In this he
is carrying out the wishes of the presi-
dent and 'it is expected that a similar
policy will be adopted by all other ex-
ecutive departments affected.
ST. Louis, Aug. 4.-A special to The
Poest Dispatch from Tahlequab, I. T.,
ay*: The Indians are in an ugly mood
over the open avowal of Chief May and
his memage to the Indian council favor.
ing allotment. Fullbloods are sullen
and threaten the lives of progressivO Ip.
dians if they vote on a measure favor.
ing the acoeptancy of the Curtis bill.
NEw YORK, Aug. 8.-A special to The
Herald from Washington says: In con-
nection with the probable selection of
Secretary Day as one of the p-ace com-
missioners, it is stated that he will at
an early date retire from the office of
secretary of state, and, after concluding
his labors as a member of the commis-
sion, resume the practice of law In
ST. JOHNS, N. F., Aug. S.-The mail
steamer Virginia Lake arrived at Tilt
Cove, on West bay, 280 miles from here,
at daylight, bringing corroboration of
the reported loss of an ocean liner in
the straits of Belle Island. A fisher.
man at Noddy bay reported that he saw
a steamer collide with an Iceberg and
sink soon after. The report is generally
believed, but nothing reliable is obtain-
CLEVEL.AND, Aug. 4.-W. F. Irish, B.,
H. Anderson and B. Lavenport of this
city have incorporated a company in
West Virginia for the manufacture of
smokeless powder. The capital stock is
$500,000, with the privilege of increase.
ing it to *1,000,000. The company has
secured contracts to furnish large quan-
tities of smokeless powder for the gov.
ernment. It will deliver 10,000 pounds
each week. The plant will be in the
vicinity of Oleveland.
SAN FRANCIsco, Aug. 5.-Advioes
from St. Michaela of July 2a state that
the steanm schooner Del Norte, with P." i
tons of government reindeer anu;lies
and a number of Laplanders, is long
overdue at St. Michaela. She left here
June 21 with four tows, all flimsy river
veoele. The Del Norte is under charter
to the United States to carry Sheldon
Jackauu to Siberia on a reindeer pur-
ohasing expedition. He is now in St.
M baele awaiting her.

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Agent for Infrmolatm

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Ssi athedte enan a of a lov.
Iag huabaaf s e to an eqpe-
taut mother, elly dVIn her dnt
ordeal. George Layt, bq., a prowml.
nent drunt yt 0., gives the
hilowing odie

t w the
ti pm r abe
MothW*s ikodl" ia s istiimfl
compounded linie whk a b l iM -
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Mother rs rimwrikfdblrJrw


or a me of ezxhUeoA or bolg Oter-
oome by heat, sut l ialw be pev(-I.
ad aganat by the bleel4,r4er carryit
a fusk of our high grade I. W. Harper
whiskey. It Is the finest and pre
whiskey on the market for mediadnal
purpose, and a an appetlerandtoole
Is nexeelled. Our dtoek of wises iqd
luqaoam eal h bigbh grade ad nao*
b) ib 684e and a% ev'v nuc nowf
the pI W oltveott?. 'lMmt."

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tr~q,',S '7

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ME persons cly
.3 fIo It Is natural for ''
t ] them to losc f.esh
y U during summer.
But losing flesh floing
:0 ground. Can you M
." to approach another
k 61 ter In this wetkeeMd doiK
dition P
:, Coughs aid colda,woak
throats and lungs, come
ST quickest to those who aml A .
'* thin in flesh, to Oflages *
fly chilled, to tho who 1
; < have'poor circulation&
,i feeble digestion.
|0 Sna '. ,


of cod 1l6a W tf f 3ype .
Sphosphesa does just as
;; much good in summer as
in winter. It makes flesh
:. in August as well as April .
You certainly need a.
s- strong nervesin July as '
January. And your w
throat and lungs shod. '.
be heatld and strength- .
1 encd .: ,t delay. .
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S "aton a For Peace Between
S ', Washington and Madrid.
?' *" Si Caslan Vslits the r I'idnt.
Sl ftl raodference on the pe r qucn-
.. ..M i eft Wauesdnay, lasting an hour, be.
tweed the president and M. Cambop,
the Ftenoh ambassador, the latter act-.
aing tlh representative of Spain, Sec.
Pr etary Da' emerged from the White
1 HO14 and knnooncod that the confer.
* was not nclusive, wherefore i ;, .
parties to it had agreed to say notlint.
;, .ipubliely as 'to what had occurred.
5 .Cavalry Is Ordtered Iloin.
All the troops of cavalry with Shot
ter's arny and the eight companies of
Roosevelt's rough riders were Wednes-
,'. day ordozd to proceed ,to Montanku
,,, Point, L. I, for encampment.
", ''No Ar .wer From plSpin.
Thursday passed without a reply from
Spain to America's peace proposals, but
cabinet officer who met the president
S-'. during the afternoon Said he was conui-
dent the final answer of the Madrid govy.
ernment would bu in before the end of
| I thi week.
|' Watson atil Illl 'qiidron.
Navy department officials stated
Thursday that Do change had been
made in the orders to the Watson squal-
Sron ad tbbe'i need to be evident n
purpose toa diptch the squadron to En-
ropean waters, regardless ofr- the ierini-
nation of the war, the idea being that
the aopdid display made by the Anier-.
ioan hlps would have a loneiiofal 'lf-
feet in inspiring respect for our naval
SR atndy to Move Shafter.
Arrangenients were completed Thur.-.
(lay for transporting Shafter's army
from Santiago de Cuba to Montauk
Point, L. I. Word reached Washing-
ton that 90 per cent of the entire force
E of Americans on the island were unfit
for duty and that if kept at the front all
summer the men would die like sheep.
Hence the determination to move them
-without delay.
SCbnet In Regular Session.
The Washington cabinet met in regu.
lar session Friday and discussed matters
pertaining to the war. Spain's answer
-t4o the peae terms of the United States
1 I not been received up to that time
and it seemed to be the general opinion
,!. that tl formal reply would be commu-
nlcate' out Monday.
STroops Embark For Home.
General Slafter's army began to em-
l.' lark at Santiago de Cuba Friday, in
compliance with orders from Washing.
S'ton.'a proceed north. It was stated
that all men suffering from yellow fever
*or infectious diseases would be left be.
hind and every precaution taken to pro.
vide for the safe and healthy arrival of
the troops at Montauk Point, L. I.
Southern Inimiunes Move.
The Alabama, Georgia and Missis-
sippi immune regiments, ordered to
Santiago to take te places of the regu.
lars, started Friday from their camps at
Macon, Goi., and Columbus, Miss., for
Savannah, there to card transports for
Rebel Chif alore Friendly.
A dispatch fre-a Mantila Friday as-
*tricd that Agaunaido% the insurgent
S ~ ~ehet, had beoonm- ore friendly toward
AW s ".s l and ni, 'trouble was antici-
P&M ftom that source when Dewey
and Merritt decided to attack the Phil-
B gpp, ca.. pital.
Sa so Conditions Agreed To.
It was offlotally announced in Madrid
Saturday that the Spanish reply to the
W' nleteod States, accepting the latter's,
peace conditIons had been completed
S' a approved by the queen regent and
S* betr abinet.
SNothing could be learned as to the
nature of the &e power except "that it
agreed to lmericalF tqms.
Crulser Maria Tersa Floated.
The MewttCbhapman Wrecking con.
Vany informed the navy department
Saturday that wreckers had succeeded
in floating the Spanish cruiser Maria
a0 t a" 6 were about to start her un.
41deer own steam to Norfolk.
Volunteers Zeave For Hawaii.
The th.umporl staenen Lakeme and
Obarles 0. Nelson. boing flve oomp.
niedef the First New York volunteers
and the Second United States volunteer
engineers, alled from San Francisco
for Honolulu Saturday.
Cavalrj Of For.Porto Rico.
The transport Manitoba, with Penn.
sylvania Cotlry and artillery and
United BSak mail for Porto Rico,
sled hfroe mlpport News. Va., Satur.
** r 4 y,
Ar*iitie eloluowing Reply.
SSpalii's abhw to theb United tates
tli did not reach Wuhinaton Sunday, asi
hei ili hadtf fM it would. Thedelay
I tKllql i to h time necafary to
,,lv;ari. -j e the note to cipher
iit > '
,Y *' Aldmftlstration ciroles expected the
B ks tlyp.tosve nob later than Tueday,
*L '~ w. ialtw idn armistteor pro-
; '/, ^ iOel would jvbllay follow.
S', Re*ply ertplin Arrives.
S" 1 in's r lw to the r.s4ew oanditions


laid down by the Unitel bt iat was re-
ceived by the 1rennibh ambassador in
Washington, M: Oambe, Manday.
The ooncluding portion of the Spanish
reply woA received during the evening,
but It w#i not until a late hourthat it
was deciphered u a whole and gone
over by the ambitasdor.
No effort was made to communicate
it to the United States government be.
yond a note to Secretary Day advising
him that the do' unient had been re-
ceived but not dislosing its contents
Imumsunes Start For Cuba.
The First and Third battllons of the
Fifth rcgtment Infantry, United States
volunteers, left Savannah Monday on
the transport Rio Grande for Santiago
de Cuba.


iiliD EWOOD.

tllin-WOOD, k I,., Aug. 8.
Mr and Mre. C. E. Loug letu lotur t
Aueiustiie Saturdav luist, fro which
place they will return tc Dailas, Texas,
their foriumr home.
Mr. Ludsow and family) will move to
Paatlka in a fuw days aund make that
city their Iiutne.
Mr. ani Mr Ed. I 'ed.Letni, Sr.,
lihive retuitiied from a loug visit to their
bOU In P'aldtka.
('apt. I raInklit Swiflt ih expected here
in a fcw weeks, and Irom what weliave
Iiard wi!l ni.ake Ridgewood h I futumue
LighLiing nlruck Mir. llireias' liou-e
utlie ilaays go, doitig contidh'ral)e d(liin-
aire, knocking the plaster off the wall,
tearing out onie windoNti-il, aild hbeiK.
ing a number of window panes. i'or

tunuatel nune of the fUmiiy were hurt.
Wb have to chrounile two deaths
which occurred last week among the
colored folks. Delia Sampson (lied ini
ehildhcirth, and Win. Knight of typhoid
The family of Mr. Pink accompanied
by Messrs. Mills and Wicks and several
young ladies from Nashua, made Mr.
Parsh and family, of Iidgewood, a very
pleasnut call last Sunday. They also
had ihe pleasure of entertanyng Mr.
and Mrs Mi.x M-lzer and daughter, of
FruitlanJ. Talk about pretty and hearty
;ook-ing girl! buys, unless you have
seen those lifom .Nashua, you have
mn:ssed the chance of your life.
Business Is somewhatdull now; folks
seem short of funds. Even titled per-
sonages, as Princes and Bishops arc not
able to pay their grnb any more.
Titles, unless backed up by a clean
record or the cash, will not be consid-
cred worth anythlug in the future by


Sergeant K. M. White, of Company
D,Florida reginment,came home Sunday
evening accompanied by his comrade
Redmond Gautler,who is II'. Mr.White
has returned to camp.
Mrs. John F. Rhodes, of Jacksonville
is visiting Mrs. R. 0. Burton.
The wonderful growth put on this
season by she orange trees in this vi-
cinity ie doing much to restore confi-
dence among orange growers.
A banquet was given by the K. of P.
order, at the Morrow House, Monday
night, in honor of Sergeant White, who
is a brother knight.
The outing party at Summer Haven
beach, composed of Wallace Clore, W.
i. Campbell, and Dr. L. S. Harvey,.re
having a good time, and will return
next week.
F. M. Payson and family expect to
go to Daytona beach this week Thurs-


W. PH. Ford and family, who have
been for the past irsee years living at
Contralla, IIll., returned recently to
Melrose, and expect to 'make this their
home. Toio re occupying the Sanford
place. -
Melrose la building up. Harry Jack-
mon is the latest to use the hammer and
saw. He is buidlng a commodious
blacksmith sihap Op his place.
Mrs. John Alderman and Miss
Blanche Selgler Went to Grandin Friday
and spent the day.

Miss Elfa Holloway retrned home
Wednesday of last weal.





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Building Material,

Orang9 Boxes,

Livery, Feed and Sale Stables, Waon Reposilorvy
AGENTS: The Standard Oil Company,
A Walter A. Wood's Mowing and Reaping Machines.
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Groceries, Crockery, China,

Glusaware, Tinware,

Wood1 and Willow Ware,

Paper and Paper Bags

16 Leiiion Street. Palatka. Florlda.

The min)-ly cfjunjiitaticed
of! Mcrs. NclniteFletcher, fnee BingItilit,I
of Patid isec, lvire g ud to mneel her antii i
hiik week. hp is 811 wi tcitn ome Imne
at I(he 11,4111:1H11 toc

Mrs. 4. ilubardt and son Leslie are
guests at Allen rice's', south of town.
Mre. Dr. Bowman has visiting her
this week her brother friru North Cnr.
oilva, D. I). Barriez.
Spot Cash for Mos.
Highest market priue paid far Black
and Gray Muss by
Fruitlaud, Florida.
Write us for information.

U oIt'i,lnAL i'L tas: and dsale,*realereld in the
Cirhult Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of
the State of Florida, for Putnam Couvty. 1y the
lion. W. A. tHocker, Judge O(f ild Court, date:
the i lih day of July, A. I. IPn werein
Mary A. MoraLne Is ('omplaleant. and
Jlin I).lane. et alp., are defendants.
I w p.ll e11 at lil'ic auction for rash, to the
highest and beit iiiij ier, at the front door of the
Court ousSe, in i'alatka, in said Lounty of
Putnam, o(n the
the same wing the 5th day of ah, month. dlur-
lig the leial hoirs of late on thih day. all l tihe
rofowiin described rdal eatale, situated, lying
and eingin the County of Putnam, and State
of Florida, to Wit:
Being Lot No. Seven (7) of "Jackson's" sub-
diivlson (of west half of siuthwemt quarter of
outihwest qiurter of Sectioni Oine t, ToWnship
Tea (1O)iouth, of Range Tweir-sit x (26) eat,
containing three and trtee.tenthb (3 1",) acres
more or less. al of same being roorded n
Bnook "Y" of conveyances of land records la
PatnamCounty. J.N. BLACKWBLL.
veclal Master.
B. L Haskell, Comnplainaft's 0liottor.
Palatka, ia., Aug. 65, lS--td.


omeep psli in ?ahatka~fattonpalhliank 5'Idg.
klta lorida.

Will practice in all State and Federa
Courts. m 7-tt

Palatka, Florida.
Office Palatka National Bank Building.
Will practice In all Coirts, Stato and
6Iederal. may 6-lm


tT~i~h kqmit.aawe

Cor. Fourth and Lemon Street,
Blacksmiths and

We are prepared to furnish the pub.
lie with Brflt-eless work Our mater.
tl is In every respect Afrt elas and
workmapshlp guamatend. Llut
Wadgoba nullt to order, S-palrinla' i
wood and Iron work. Speelal work on
all f(rmnning utensila and Roners4hoelN
aspowslly. Ploen reasonable.
s*lttK1- PALATKA, FIcM

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... Headquarters'For...


(jents' Furnishings,

Arid Tailoring.





Hay, Grain, Flour, Meal, Grits,

Orange Box and Building Material.

Bradley Fertilizer Co.,
Williams & Clark Fertilizer Co.,
Ray& Fickett Schooner Line,
/alllng from New York to Palatka Direct.)

v*c 0C se140 Pm awLE. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.

c Il to thes niay ilortunate beIng
Uwho lUffter often unlupected ituadl Ina silence,
-- that we extend a cordial lvltaon to come and
f l,,Li.iAve*-| l pA---l-I^t. beatuiilne free ui charge, We alo tgree to
H lRVer I <0/nta it. ttrei usld allow patient to wear it,'or one
If .if v the iplratonfo which time we will
To those w i kn r mo f lf ti llafflictlon refund the lnuey it toned not, 'tlsfactory.
o lberin a nimoolasd >tut ;Will be a FITTIN A TRUBS.
"nr b lnltTatrnm3' ntoo't t b. n tik. To think about t Is asy. ltu( it only lay
l isy tree i with a ills omplat those who thorouighly understand hernia.
TS hisstrue, a d orwMsoft9itentMew There are several kinds of henila aind each has to
utmeroum If an u10snntiel I bte reduced sid retained with a truss fitted a.
=Th iirniniv,-tltinniS3 ir e lsa to its own peculiarity. During tan
tlha Is 1 lvl 3, Inflectit ar il, 'racoical experience in ftoting trusm
U > ty istunr hSa~ll~~-be s do V r w wave llotfound a silil>e ca that we oulit
ncoM orelin alI t helsu. iY- p-io Se Ml nst retain. It eesat nothlg t be convinced but
l Inw molnc fol l y wieobl might be gI If they could
lypSow.mS~toS Werer, a6Sne MA&toAt btaz eprtbone proves that
otiomaaena thisto. d teallrt almost every iiXfIdual require, a dlnerant
s~oely to 1,a oo1M i Ml dfaoi of' tr*t --_ suliaity of our truss is
lam.t0ae rseu r t i.0e aisa
MtOpl-M Ug l* .lR (r ill-OttiU U lle"''-^"'" o .P*.
tirelrt10V sen UW or
ll~~~irlihtble and i r sehpedwtllsot heatlr, as tiry will not hold.
. R.R. "b-laSstlt Suspeasory Bandages, Pessarles
d. andll klds f.t Rubber (oodes.

Cre ceit Drug Store,

PALA A, .or DA.
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Vertrees & Co.,

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