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THE DAILY NEWS.
BY SPEER & HAKKISOX.
The Daily News is published every niorn
injy, except Monday, and delivered by carriers
in the city, or mailed postage free, for :Vi cents
a month, 1.50 for three months, $2.50 for six
months, or $5 per annum.
The Weekly News is an 8-pare 4$-column
piper, published every Saturday, containing
all the news of the week, local aud jreneral. It
is the largest and handsomest weekly paper
published in Florida, and will le mailed post
age free for SI a year, or 50 cents for six
mouths, specimen copies free to any address.
Local advertisements 20 cents ier line for
first insertion and 10 cents jkt line for each ad
ditional insertion. Special notices 10 cents, per
line. Keduced rates on continued advertise
ments. All advertising bills become due pro rata
every month. Local advertisements due at
the expiration of the time for which they are
inserted.
All remittances should be made by express,
money-order or registered letter.
Address PALATKA DAILY NFAVS,
Palatka, Fla.
Registered at the Palatka Post Office
as Second-Class Mail Matteu.
PALATKA, FLA., MARCH 12, 1884.
Tllli KXTItA SKSSIOX.
Judge Hilton, of tlie Economist,
accuses The News of "intimating"
that there is no constitutional power
vested in our legislature, paid or
not, whereby money can he legally
voted for the New Orleans show.
The gentleman is entirely wrong;
we take pride in saying that we
never "intimate" anj'thing on such a
question.
We stated squarely our honest
conviction that the governor had no
authority to call an extra session for
any such purpose; we stated just as
plainly that if the legislature was
convened we could see no power
given it by which an appropriation
for such purpose could he legally
made, but we said also that if a ses
sion was called, we did hope no
member would hesitate to take lion
est pay for services honestly per
tormeu. Ji,ven though a session
should be called without constitu
tional authority, if it was convened
under the forms of the law, we
think each member would be enti
tled to his mileage and per diem.
We were satisfied Gov. IJloxham
would not call the session unless he
could legall' do so. If the legisla
ture found itself convened illegally,
we hope it would simply say the
governor had exceeded his powers,
and adjourn sine die, but even un
der such circumstances each member
would be entitled, in all equity, to
his pay.
We thought Gov. IJloxham would
never call the session, because Ave
believed it illegal; we think these
extravagant appropriations by con
gress and legislatures should be
immediately stopped by vigorous
protest from press and people, but
honesty in public affairs is not dif
ferent from honesty in private busi
ness, where it is always allowed that
service rendered is entitled to pav
in good money.
IJut despite the hue and cry led
by such influential politicians as Dr.
Harris and Senator Mann, Ave
were never apprehensive that Gov.
IJloxham would call a session unless
it Avas authorized by law; conse
quently Ave have never thought it
necessary to give hard facts and the
law, as Judge Hilton has done so
convincingly.
We are infinitely obliged to the
Judge for his good opinion. We
are. sure the people of Florida will
thank him for his manly stand
against a job, and Ave are convinced
his exposition of the law "hath been
most sound."
CITY AFFA1I1S.
The meeting on Monday night
may be the beginning of the end,
or it may amount to nothing. All
present acknowledged the previous
wasteful management of the public
money, acknowledged our urgent
need of a better police force,and spoke
feelingly of the present danger to
citizen and city, to life and proper
ty b'o patent in such a condition
of affairs.
The. facts are beyond question,
and the only thing iioav is to trans
late conviction into action. If this
may be done by the united action of
our citizens, the future of our city
is assured for just noAv she is on the
high tide of prosperity Avhich leads
to fortune. But her rivals are ea
ger in the race. Palatka's marvel
ous advantages cannot assure
her position Avithout the intelligent
action of her people, and if the
ball of fortune once roll from our
feet it Avill require hard effort and a
long race to regain it.
In vieAV of the probable call for a
mass meeting by the committee just
appointed, avc wish to urge the im
possibility of a declination by any
candidate named. If the committee
works harmoniously, and the mass
meeting can unite upon a ticket, the
names must not be taken off for
slight causes or press of business
urged as excuse for services asked
by our well beloved tOAvn. If Ave
do our dutv, in her irrowth we shall
all rejoice; if we fail her now in her
time of trial, it must be for good
cause plainly shoAvn.
The gentlemen capable of uniting
the elements of our population in
such an effort as is iioav required are
very feAv; our need is urgent, our
duty plain.
The men nominated must accept,
and they must be elected. Our
streets must be clean and order must
be enforced. Our visitors must not
be shocked by profanity at every cor
ner. We must show them a town
beautiful Avithout compare, "the
Gem of the tit. John's." God has
given the opportunity to make such
a toAvn; let us not be recreant to I
our trust.
SAMlKIi J. UAXDALIi.
There have been whisperings for
some time, among the knowing ones
in Washington, that Mr. Randall
only waits an opportunity to move
in concerted opposition with the re
publicans of the House against any
legislation Avhich may affect the
tariff. It is stated that he Avill be
sustained by thirty or more demo
crats, and with their aid, supported
of course by the entire republican
party, will compass the defeat of
any measure the tariff reformers
may offer. It is also stated that
should Mr. Randall fail to defeat
such legislation, he w ill promptly
withdraw from the democratic party.
We do not believe these rumors.
Widely as Mr. Randall differs from
Avhat appears to be the ruling policy
of the democratic party; disappoin
ted, and consequently sore, as he
must feel over his recent defeat ; yet
his unsAverving devotion to the prin
ciples of constitutional liberty; his
vigilance against schemes for public
plunder and private theft; his sleep
less guard of every democratic trust
Avhich has been given to his hands
all forbid that we. should dishonor
him with such suspicions.
We predict that Samuel J. Ran
dall will remain, and die, a devoted,
consistent, and honored democrat.
He can have naught in common
Avith the republicans. The eagle
mates not Avith carrion croAvs.
TIIK FLOPJDA IIKK AI1.
We learn from yesterday's Fieri
da Herald that Ali YV. W. .Douglass,
who has been city editor for some
months, will hereafter devote him
self to the state and other iicavs col
umns. Mr. Campbell, formerly of
the, IVnsocala Advance-Ua.ette, Avill
assume charge of the city depart
ment. The Herald is exceptionally intel
ligent and fearless in its advocaev
of all that redounds to the jdory
and prosperity of Florida. Long
may it prosper and rejoice in an
ever increasing constituency of
friends end admirers.
We call the attention of our read
ers to the fact that the Herald now
reaches us on the day it is published.
This makes it especially valuable to
the business man in fact to all Avho
Avish the very latest from the news
and market centers of the Avorld.
It seems to us that England is a
little too previous in her request
that Ave help her tight the dynami
ters. The democrats at least should
remember enough of Jefferson's
Avarnings to beware of "entanijlino;
alliances." When Ave had a civil
Avar on our hands, she was verv
careful to pay attention only to her
own interests. There Avould be po
etic justice in commending her sel
fishness by our own conduct just
iioav. Ochiltree and his like, Avith
the apes of the aristocrats in con
gress, may together be too man a for
the wise to control, but our interests
seek no outlet in that direction now.
The New York agents of the Cu
nard line received a cable dispatch
Thursday stating that the steam
ship Aurania had just completed a
successful trial trip. Jshe ran from
(-ilasgoAV to Liverpool, a distance of
over tAvo hundred miles, in less than
twelve hours. She attained during
this trip a speed of 17 1-2 knots, or
20 1-2 miles an hour.
With her new railroad and her ice
factory, and a gas company and a
Avater supply company, and last but
not least, her new daily, Palatka can
afford to rest on her laurels for one
year.
II. FINMV, j
GEM CITY HAIR DRESSING ROOMS I
LEMON ST., PALATKA. FLA.
I
hup. baths .
FRESH, SALT & SULPHUR
To
tt . . - l t
MlSeKuu pei'S! j
MY STOCK OF
CROCKERY
-AND
Housefurnishing Goods
IS NEW AND FRESH,
And I invite my friends to inspeet same
Before Buying Elsewhere
B, L, LILIENTHAL.
CONDENSED AIR BATH
ROCHESTER, N. Y.,
For the Cure of Chronic Diseases
CON D OCT ED 15 V
,J . I,. S T O N E, 31. I.
Graduate of Medical Department of Universi
ty of New York, (Alopathie) and Chi
cago 1 louKeopatliie College.
These baths have been used in France and
Germany for many years by at least a score id'
the most prominent, physicians with marvel
ous results. Tin; largest, institution of the
kind in Europa is at Ueichenhall, conducted
by the celebrated Dr. Vim Liebitr (son of Pro
fessor Von Licbijr. the distinguished chemist i.
The following letter was received from him
nearly two years a fro:
Munich, ill March, ss::.
Du. J. I. Stonk:
Dr. Sin "Excuse my delay in answering
your letter. I had to wait for a copy of the
accompanying article on tin." action of com
pressed air to send to you. The pneumatic
chambers at Heiehonhail (proprietor Mr. E.
Mack), are still enlar-rinir the --h-cle of their
patrons. East summer there were so many
applicants that at the highest of the season
the new comers had to wait from ciirht to
fourteen days for a seat, and the sittings went
on the whole day. There were in the whole,
1107 persons, who took more than ti.iKKl single
air-baths. In consequence, Mr. Mack is erect
ing now a new chamber with twelve seats, and
will be able, with this and t lie others, to ac
comodate twenty-nine persons at a time. The
establishment at Ueichenhall is f re'iuented on
ly duriiiir the summer. I shall return to
Ueichenhall for the season in the beuinninir of
May."
The Doctor jrocs on to enumerate several in
terestinu: works, ni infr the remarkable results
of this treatment and closes with t he most cor
dial encourairemeiit.
Our experience in Rochester has sat islicd us
i nai in pronaniy ninety per cent, oi ine cusesj
coming ior 1 1 1'ui llieiu , l lie onuciiseu . N
Maths alone will cure, or do infinitely more for
them than any other or all other means
united; yet in exceptional cases, other ajrents
may be advantageously combined as auxiliary
treatment, hence 1 have appliances for im
proved Turkish, plain and medicated water
baths, salt, sponge, sitz and baths, etc.
The appliances for irivinv: electricity are
modern and complete. I have studied every
branch of medicine in both schools, and do not
hesitate about rivin medical or surgical treat
ment when needed.
Invalids are confidently requested to visit
this institution on rctiLrnintr North, which
they will find furnished with elevator, electric
call bells and ev ery comfort of a lirsf-class
sanitarium; and yet there is nothing of the
"hospital"' air or appearance.
Send for pamphlet, jrivinji- full informal ion,
references, etc., to
1HI..1.L STONE,
lot Monroe Ave.,
Koehcster, N. V.
THE STTjNT.
NEW A'OHK, Iks).
About sixty million copies of Thk Sun have
)?onc out of our establishment durinsr the past
twelve months.
If you were to paste end to end all the col
umns of all The Sun printed and sold last year
yon -would jret a continuous strip of interest iiifr
information, common sense wisdom, sound
doctrine, and sane wit lontr enoujrh to reach
from Printiiiff House square to the top of
Mount .Copernicus in the moon, then back to
Printintr House square, and then three-quarters
of the way back to the moon atrain.
ISut Til s Si s is written for the 'inhabitants
of the earth; this same strip of intelligence
would jrirdle the jrlobe twentv-seven or
twonty-eiffht times.
If every buyer of a copy of Thk Sex durinsr
the past year has sent only one hour over it.
and if his wife or his trrandfathcr has spent
another hour, this newspaper in lss; has af
forded the human race thirteen thousand vears
of steady readintr. niirht and day.
It is only by little calculations' like these that
you can form any idea of thecirculation of the
most popular of American newspaiH-rs, or of
its influence on the opinions and actions of
American men and women.
The Sun is, ami will continue to he, a news
paper which tells the truth without IVtar of
consequences, which frets at the facts no mat
ter how much the process costs, which pivsents
the news all over the world without waste of
words and in the most readable sluqn-, which
is working with nil its heart for the cause of
honest jrovernment, and which their fore
lieves that the Republican party must iro, and
must tro in this comma- year or our Lord, lssf.
If you know Thk Si s you like it already,
and you will read it with accustomed diliiielice
and profit durinr what is sure to be the most
interest injr year in its history. If you do not
know The SUN, it is hijrh time to jret into the
sunshine.
Tonus t IMiiil Subscribers.
The sever-al editions of The Sun are sent bv
mail. postpHkL, as follows ;
DAILY 50 cents a month, 6 a year; with
Sunday edition, ?7.
srNDAV-Eifrht pajres. This edition furn
ishes the current news of the world, special ar
ticles of exceptional interest toever bmlv.and
literary reviews of new tMH.ks of the hfjrhest
merit. SI a vear.
AVEEKLY Sl a year. Eijrht pL'es of the
bt-st matter of the daily issues ; an Agricultur
al IVpartment of unequalel value, sjecial
market reports, and lr&erarv, scientific, and
domestic intellurenee nmke Tka AVbhklt Sun
the newspaper for the farmer's household. To
clubs of ten with $lo, an ertrn copv free.
Address I. AV. ENGLAND. Kiblisher,
The Sun, N. V . City.
QIR, R A T iTH
A LAH0K two-stouy
S L '" HOI'SK, Willi wide verandas on all side. !
j the conlest place and healthiest situation in
i the pine woods around Palatka. Only half :;u j
Imurs drive from town. Kiu-henand..uth..us.- !
ri.
... . .. .
Address, . I--.. Hox
Post Office. Palatka, Fla.
Or, E. It. McKEAX,
Ileal Estate Ajrcut.
DEBARfl-BAYA
ST. JOHNS KlVKIt STEAMEKS.
CARRYING THEU. S. MAIL
ONE OF THK ST 1' A. An-', liS OF THIS LINK
will leave Jacksonville daily, from wharf
foot of Laura street, at X'::.'U o. m".
l'ALATKA,
ASToi;,
SANF' HI I),
ENTERPRISE
And Aia, 1 ntkkmkui ati: Lam:.n;s Soctii
Ol' l'ALATKA.
Will make close connection with all Kail
Lines for
POINTS 1 Till- XTFJUOU,
And with all stcamt is al San ford for
POINTS ON INDIAN' IflVKK.
K. turnmr, leave Enterprise at 7::!0, and San
ford on arrival of Train, arrivinjr at Jackson
ville F.AHLY NEXT MOilNINO,
Making close coniieciion with Kail and Steam
Lilies for all points
X Mi l l 1, EAST AX1) WEST.
Fur all points bet ween Jacksonville and Pa
latka, take one of the Steamers leaving daily,
Sundays excepted, at ll:H0a. m.
The through boats of ihis line run in con
nection with the People's Line, and all tickets
and passes issued by that line will be honored
on the through IJoats.
OMAS. 1!. FENWICH,
Genera! Passenircr and Ticket .Went.
AV I!. WATSON.
General .Manauer.
Steamboat Lin
THE T Hill;
FA VOlI'iTE
IRON STEAMBOAT COMPANY'S
ludesiciiciable Palatial Steamer, built with
fourteen water-! it- lit compart meats and
cannot sink; built of iron and can
not burn- perfect safety.
G HiT G- 3ST TT s
Daily, except Sun. lays, from the
Central Railrod
Foot of Hosran Street at 9 a, m.
Jnll MAGXOE1A, GIIEEN COVE SPUING,
1 Tocoi (St. A '.i-A usl ine), and Palatka. con
nect in. if i here for i tea la and Gainesville, and al I
yiiintsoii the Florida Southern Railroad. Also,
tie boats for Orescent City ami Ocklawaha
Itiver Steamers for Silver Serines and intei-tue-diate
landings.
The C.virnus is the lar.es! boat on the St.
John's Uivor.
liiceiiscd toi ai r.v IsiKi pa.-sciufers.
Is illuminated wit h I:.' elect l ie li;;hls.
i i rand piano for t he use of her pat runs.
Grand Instrumental Concert on boat daily--musie
by Masiuo.
Th.e ('";inus conaects with the Palate
Steamer
I" Ij 11 I 1 .V,
(llasinir unsurpa.'Sed passenji-er accommoda
tions) for Astor, Enterprise, San ford, and ail
points on the upicr ri it. For reliable iti for
mat ion, tickets and staterooms, apply to I .eve
,V A Men's offices, corner Hay and ( leeati streets.
St. James and Everett Hotels.
"'"' n i r tickets are I N IJM ITE1). and irood
to STOP oVEIt AT ANY Oli ALE (F Oil?
EANIHXGS, and in case you, chanjro your
mind alter inirehasiiur. we will at all times re
fund t he money f or the whole or any portion
of tickets sold by us. Tickets sold to all parts
of Florida or the I'nited States. Any infor
mation as to prices, etc.. cheerfully furnished
bv mail.
ii:vi:: a vlden.
Manauins' Ajrents.
The Philadelphia Times.
TilK PHILADELPHIA TIMES, lss-4.
Thk Timks will enter upon the new year
st ron ire r and more prosperous than ever be
fore in its history-- more widely read and
quoted, more heart ily commended, and more
tiorcoly criticized, with a more complete or
ganization, and an able ssi 1V of emit r i hi i tors
and with the same inde)iendence and fearless
ness that has made it successful and powerful
in t he past.
Thk Timks has no party to follow, no candi
dates to advance, hut will meet every issue, as
it has ever done, with consistent devotion to
the riirht. to honest irovermnenf. and the pub
lic welfare. And, while maintaining: its posi
tion as t he leading .journal of Philadelphia, it
will aim to lie continually inthe advanc) in all
that can add alue to a newspaper.
The value of a newspaper is not in its size or
display, hut in the inlelliirenco and care, the
conciseness and freshness with which it is
edited. Thk Timks spends lavi-hly for news
from ail parts of the world, but all its dis
patches are carefully edited and condensed, in
order to ffive the complete news of the day in
the mot concise a ml at t ract ive shape, and wit h
if a larfre variety of cntortaininir and instruc
tive readinir. The best writers at home -and
abroad are 'employed to enrich its columns,
and to make it a journal adapted both to the
busy man and to the leisure of the homo cir
cle.;! welcome visitor to inre!li-feni and honest
citizens of every political, relifrioiis and social
taste.
ThkAVkkki.v Timks is altosfcther different
from the weekly newspapers of twenty years
a tro. The dav 'of those paiers have jrone by.
The tcleirrap'h and Ix tti-r local iiewspaix.-rs
cverywdiere. especially in the thriviiur centres
of niral population, have made the old weekly
metropolitan m-wspapcr uusat isl'yimr. Thor-e
that clinsr to their aneieiit usages have lot
their hold on our forward-raoviiur people; they
are but shadows of t heir former frrcatlicw, and
thev have but a shadow of t heir former power.
Those papers have had their usefulness, but it
is rone: and. with it, they are yomir, too. It
was not the fault of the papers: it was the im
provement of the country that brought about
the change. Men and women, wherever they
livi'. now require Jreher new-; and tiny re
quire more than ifews.
Tut: Wr.KKiA-Timks iratlsers oiT the tyjies of
evcrv passinif week whatever has iastiicf in
teres't to the people at lai -'e, and sets it U fore
them in such frencro.-ity of pajer and print as
would have astonished us aUtwenty yeorsao.
liA ILA ' Tweh e cents a week, titty cents a
month. S1' a year, two cents a copy.
Sl'NDA Y Four cents a copy, jja year.
AVEEKLY One copy. S' a year: tive copies,
$8 a year ; ten copies, !" a vear; twenty co
ies si a year, with one copy free to the gx-tter-up
of every club.
THE TIMES,
Philadelphia.
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$ fc? PJ P M J3 r WM H R
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gisa r;;ss n)nnu
WiLllf If! W f&
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PIANOS,
AND fiLL KINDS OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
MAM'FAi 11 UFliS AGENT l-'Olt THE IS EST MAKES OF PIANOS,
Chickering, Mallmsliek, Arion & Others
Organs: Mason & Hamlin, Packard, Crown, etc.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS:
GUITARS, BANJOS, FLUTES, VIOLINS, HORNS,
TAMBORINES, ZITHERS, ACCORDEONS, DRUMS,
C0NCERTENAS, BONES, ZYLOPHONES, OCARINAS, ETC.
A Fine Assortment of Strings for all Instruments.
SEWING MACHINES:
CROWN, DOMESTIC, NEW HOME, AMERICAN, WHITE, IMPROVED SIN
GER, HOUSEHOLD and Others on hand and for sale at Lowest Cash
and Time Prices, Attachments, Parts, Needles, etc., for all Machines.
A Very Superior Quality of Sperm Oil put up Expressly for Sewing Ma
chines. -; STATE AGENCY FOR THE CROWN MACHINE.
MPS I GAL INS'I KFMENTS AND SEWING MACHINES SOLD ON THE INSTALLMENT
plan ami rcnlc'l on most rcasona:tlc terms, old Machines ami Musical Instruments taken
in part payment for new ones, TIN i NG AND 1! EPA I It I NG A SPECIALTY.
Instruction Given in Vocal and Instrumental Music by Prof. F. Sulzner.
MUSIC FURNISHED FOR BALLS, PARTIES AND ENTERTAINMENTS.
Call or writ e forcatalonyes, circulars, price lists coiita in nor illusi rat ions. Uescript ions anil prices.
Ask for a copy of Tl I EM 1' si OA L .! l" UNA L. containing: Yocal ami 1 list ru mental Music, Mu
sical News, etc., sent free. All orders I t mail will receive prompt attention. AUilress,
J. l fill J'XTS lilli.
Lemon street, opposiie St. John's Hotel. l'ALATKA, FL lf IDA.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER.
Forinerlv with A. G. Phillips, is now o.-talli-hcil in the Music store of C. F. Siil.ner, anil is s "
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A II work i lone
BRADLEY'S FERTILIZERS
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GEORGE E. WILSON
No. i.'i West Day st n et,
JACKSON YILLE, I'EulUDA.
DT 17
DLjLj
ACIFIG
GUANO
COMPANY
For Garden or Grove.
Guaranteed Analysis on Every Barrel.
Manufactories: ii . ton, Ma-s. ami Charleston.
S. C. For sale by
DREW, H. L. & GARDNER,
SOLE AGENTS, PALATKA. FLA.
Also wholesale dealers in
FLOUR, GRITS, MEAL,
HAY, GRAIN,
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER, HAIR, Etc.
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SCANS
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in t he 1 icst manner ami sa t fact ion L'tiaranteeil.
THE MOST N A TURAL AND SUBSTANTIAL
Orange Tree Food
I ill port ii nt .iH't-i Ioiik:
1)
(l Viil' DESIRE A STEADY, 11EALT1I-
f ill, viiri irons trrowt h, do ymi lies ire Ci.ka N
Di'K.in FhpitV Then liny ami apply
Presbrey's Drayton Island Marl.
very jK-rson's fruit where it has Peen ap
I are clean, luscious ami laiuht. Itofer
e liy pcrniis.-ion: Hon. .1. W. Tucker, Jmlye
A. Cocke. A. C. Martin, N. .1 . Stenst roiu.
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iteii its excellent iiialiies, anil we now of-
it to the public with peiiect contn Ictlce.
rice per ton, or eiy ht hai rels, on pier heail
iou t.laial. Sin: or at Oiiv Wharf, San-
i, Fla.. SPS; cr lurrel, si.",. Allonlers
'.1 C. O. D. Aihlress,
A. A. PI;ESI!I;1:Y & CO., Sanfonl, Fla.
2,000,000 ACRES of LAND
FOU SALE MY
FLORIDA SOUTHERN RAILWAY
ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO
Orange Growing, Truck Farming
Aim! Soli I J;i iiiiii-.
These Luiils are Iocateil in the following
i nunt ies:
Alachua, Maker, P.ra'lforil, ISrcvanl, Clay,
Coliiinliia, Hernando, II ill.-horo, Icvy,
Marion, Manitee, Monroe, Orange, Polk, Put
nam, Sumter, St. Johns, ami Volusia.
For further information, address
Av. P.OAUDMAN,
Iiml Commissioner,
I'AI.ATKA, Fl.01tttA.
LANSING & CO.
Keep constantly on hand a complete stock of
Fresh Groceries
CANNED GOODS
-AND-
PROVISIONS
We have now an assortment of
VKKV FIXE TEAS
LANSING & CO.,
Lkmov STiiKKT, - - PALATKA, FLA.
FRESH MEAT MARKET
Oldest Establishment in Tom
o
P.EST OF
NEW YORK BEEF
AND
KENTUCKY MUTTON
4 IAVAYS OX HAND, DRESSED POUL
J. try received daily. Call utthc old stand
ou Lemon street.
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