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THE DAILY NEWS.
BY SPKEI1 & HARRISON. The Daily News is published every inorn insr, except Monday, and delivered by earners in the city, or mailed postasre free, for 50 cents a month, Sl.HO for three months, 2.50 for six months, or $." per annum. The Weekly News is an 8-pasre 43-column paer, published every Saturday, containing all the news of the week, local and general. It is the largest and handsomest weekly paper published in Florida, and will be mailed post age free for SI a year, or 50 cents for eix months. Specimen copies free to any address. Local advertisements 20 cents per line for first insertion and 10 cents per line f-'-r each ad ditional insertion. Special notices 10 cents jier line, iieduced rates on continued advertise ments. All advertising bills Income due pro rata every month. lxcal advertisements due at the expiration of the time for which they are inserted. All remittances should be made by express, monev-order or registered letter. Address PALATK A DA I LY N EWS, Palatka, Fla. Kegistekkd at the Palatka Post Office as Second-Class Mall Matter. PALATKA, FLA., MARCH 23, 1884. We rewivecl yesterday for the first time the Alachua Advocate, of Gainesville, and gladly place it on our exchange list. It is a good pa per, Loth in its matter and make-up. Come to see us, neighbor, every time. We shall hate to see Fildes sell himself out of the Gainesville Bee, for we shall miss his stirring, ener getic nominations for governor and his racy essays on the pleasant weather and the healthfulness of his town. The gorgeous hues of spring will he strangely at variance with our feelings when we become aware that this amiable man is no longer struggling for existence as one of the guild. The Times-Union is growing to be real chatty and neighborly of late. Now we like that, and that's busi ness. There's nothing that knocks the gall out of a rural editor so quick as to hear himself styled "our esteemed contemporary." By and by Ave are going to invite the Times Union to lay aside its Hot Spring dia monds and voluptuous shirt collar and come down and shoot some ele phants out of our preserves. Editor Graves has quit killi-ig flies with his elastic garter long enough to discharge a stickful of brocaded oratory in this direction. From the general hiliarity of this address we judge that Col. Graves considers the political chronological table in the transom of his editorial page a good joke. That's all right. We supposed it was a joke, but we never imagined it was a good joke. We stand corrected. A man living in Colquitt county, Georgia, a Baptist preacher, has had three wives and is the father of forty-three children, thirty-two of whom are living to-day. One of this squadron, a young man, meas ures six feet seven in his stocking feet, and three other sons Avho are married have between them, forty additional children. Such is Geor gia fecundity and of such is she en abled to keep abreast Avith the more favored states in "the glorious gal axy." Til fTcIT YlTLECTIONr. It seems to be a foregone conclu sion that the majority Avill insist on making strictly party nominations for the positions in our city govern ment shortly to be vacated. The minority have done all in their pow er to provide a more efficient and economical administration for a city just feeling the impetus of new life and the spur applied by the realiza tion of a grand future not far dis tant. The effort to divorce partizan feel ing from our city affairs, has been utterly fruitless. In vain was a mass meeting of the citizens called, and every effort made by all reason able concessions to secure co-operji-tion absolutely necessary for t i present security and future welfa of the city. The individual raeif bers of both parties are willing t acknowledge the urgency of our need, arid some of the most influen tian colored voters even consented to sit on a committee appointed to consult as to the ways and means necessary to secure unity of purpose and concert of action in local affairs. Messrs. Purcell, Jones and Hill were willing to admit the bad state of af fairs at present, but assured the oth er members of the committee that no action could possibly be taken to strengthen any citizens' ticket. In these circumstances, the mass of those anxious for a new and bet ter government will wait until the majority has taken action and make what fight thev mav, either to bring in power the best material on the other ticket, or Avhat other course may be forced upon us by circum stances. Certainly some action must be taken to secure unity among the elements most anxious to insure growth and prosperity to our city, and a call signed by our most influential citizens should bring to gether all voters opposed to contin ued pursuit of old abuses. If the republicans will give us good men, we may acquiesce; if not, Ave must try a square issue, and decide once for all which is more powerful, love for our best interests or fear of the party lash. It is not yet decided that Ave shall lose so plain a case when a commu nity intelligent as ours shall sit in the judgment seat. At any rate, it is better to try and be defeated than tamely submit. A brave fight Avill give us strength for the next con test; tame submission emboldens enemies and demoralizes friends. TO OUR MEMBKUS. Each member of the Florida del egation in congress receives a copy of this paper. It is supposed when gentlemen are chosen to rep resentative places that the glare and pomp of official position does not blind their eyes and senses to the wants of the people at home, and the medium through which these wants are made manifest is the press. With this preface, and with out a further waste of space, Ave beg to call the attention of our members to the condition of our river. It needs cleaning out and straightening, in many places. It is a great highway and artery by which a widely scattered and rapid ly increasing population draws its supplies and support. Thousands and millions of the public treasure is squandered each year to the north and west in fruitless endeavors to convert brooks into navigable streams Avhile this magnificent natural Ava terway is being alloAvcd to fill in and become impracticable as a road for traffic and travel. Above this city, a feAv miles only, a shoal is forming to-day and every day which threatens in time to sheer off the heavy vessels Avhich now visit our port, A few hundred thousands Avisely and econonomically expended Avould banish these sand-chokes and straighten the St. Johns from its mouth to Lake Monroe. Will our members bear this in mind when the river and harbor bill comes up for consideration? We hope so. Florida asks much because the de serves much. ritOMINENT PEOPLE. Vincent. Vincent, the defaulting state treasurer of Alabama, is reported to be in Mexico, he having crossed five miles above Laredo, Texas. Pope. At the recent celebration of the sixth anniversary of his coronation, Leo XIII. was not looking as well as his friends could wish, and seemed, in fact, says a dispatch, "to be rather feeble." Hullah. Mr. Hullah is just dead the composer of the music to Kingsley's "Three Fishers." Envious opposition pro fessors Avere accustomed to denounce his method of teaching singing as ' 'the Hul-lah-baloo system." Allen. Mrs. A. R. Allen heads the list of millionaires in St. Louis, paying tax on 11,197,300! Henry Shaw is put down as worth $1,176,130; the heirs of Jesse G. Lindell $1,115,460 and Miss Ber- niee Morrison $964,990. Patterson. Mrs. Martha J, Patter son, a daughter and the only living rep resentative of ex-President Andrew John son, has j8st leen presented with a me mwrial album by the New York board of alderman. She resides at Hartville, Tennessee. Lagrange. The late Comte de La grange's effects were sold at auction a few weeks ago in Paris. The bridle worn by Gladiateur when he Avon the Derby brought 625f. A portrait of the horse brought 2420f., and a silver statuette, which he won in 18G6, brought 3310f. Binns. Hangman Binns Avill probably have a short, but not brilliant career. His continued drunkenness and bungling at the executions which he has managed have been so gross that parliament is noAV considering the advisability of dismissing him. Mahdl It is affirmed in Egypt that El Mahdi possesses eighteen wives, and that his vakeel possesses twenty-four. The Moslems in Khartoum "are horrified at the Mahdi's exceeding the number permitted in the Koran." IIealy. Mr. Healy, the portrait pain ter, is in Washington painting one of the Washburn family for a set of the port raits of those distinguished brothers. Daniel Webster once sat to Mr. Healy. When the portrait had been finished Mr. Webster took a good look at it and then said, in his deep, cherry voice: "I think that is a face which I have often shaved." In the recent municipal election at Ce dar Key there Avere only one hundred and seventy-five votes cast out of a regis tered list of serven hundred. LARGEST PUBLISHING BOUSE ! IZV THE STATE. "RED GROSS PRESS." Warren, Thayer & Co., Steam Book & Job PRBNTERS REID STREET, PALATKA, FLORIDA. HAVING FITTED UP AN ENTIRELY new office, we are prepared todo till kinds of Book and Job p-intiii, Book Binding, Stereotyping, Enjrrav injr, etc. Our facilities are unsurpassed by any office in the state. AVe have the only Olironiatic Press In Florida, printinsr any number of col ors at one impression, also the only Hailroad Ticket Press and Numbering Attachment, printing-14,01)0 tickets an hour. Call and see us. Estimates on all classes of work cheerfully furnished. A trial order will satisfy all that we can do the best work done in the state. WARREN, THAYER & CO., Keid street, near Putnam House. I A Iv! i T V I l i Z TAMPA & KEY WEST RAILWAY THE "GEM CITY" ROUTE. THE ONLY ALL It AIL LINE TO ORANGE PARK, MAGNOLIA, GREEN COVE SPRING & JACKSONVILLE. Three Hours Quicker to Jacksonville Than by any other line. BROAD GAUGE, STEEL KAILS, AIR BRAKES, FIRST-CLASS EQUIPMENT. rpitAINS: RUN AS FOLLOWS: JL going south. Leave Jacksonville !t..-Vla. m. 3.30 p. in. Orange Park 10.i 4.W " Magnolia 10.5 V " 4.37 " Green Cove Spring 11.04 " 4JI ' AVest Tocoi 11:40 " r.:ir " Arrive Palatka lJ:.'0,p. m. 5.5-j GOI.s'G XOKTII. Leave Palatka Hi::i"a. in. 4.15 p. m. Florida Sou. J line.. 10:45 " 4:JJ West Tocoi l:.)t) 5:s ' Green Cove Sp,i:ifr 11:50 " 5:;i." " " Mafrnolia V'X) " 5:40 " Oranjre Park p. m. ,S:0l " Arrive Jacksonville... . 1:00 ' (i:4") " o THE ST. JOHNS' RAILWAY MAKES i t 1 1 1 zc -1 - c: x tv i : -r i - At West Tocoi, and from St. Aujrusi inc. Bate and Fare io all Points as Low as by any other line, and ba-firaw checked ihi-oimli. M. U. MORAN, " G. W. BENTLE V, (Sen. Pass. Ajrcnt. Gen. Manager. FRANK R. POND, AGENT FOR r-i2.5.J k" THE SIMPSON & GAULT MANUFACTURING CO.'S CELFRHATED PORTABLE GRAIN MILLS FOR WHEAT, CORN OR FEED -AND- Flour Mill Machinery of all Kinds CASTINGS, SHAFTINGS AND IRON WORK OF ALL KINDS ox short;xotice. .7 A.. CKS 03NTV T 1 TV . KEUKA AND ORANGE SPRING TRANSFER COMPANY TEAM WILL LEAVE KEUKA FOR Oranjrc Spring- every niornini? on arrival of the freight train fram Palatka, for the purpose of Transporting Passengers and Freight. For further information address KEUKA AXD ORAXGE SPRING TRANSFER COMPAXV, At Keuka, Putnam Co., Fla. VAT.T0RWARD, PIONEEK I C IO HOUSE AXD DKPOT FOR Hay, Grain, Feed, Lime, Piaster, BRICK, CEMENT, LATH. Etc. Established in 18S0. Reid's Brick Block, frout inr w harf, 1'ALATKA, FLA. U. J. GH003IS. DEALER IX FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES Glassware, Crockery, Confectionery, TOBACCO VI CIGAKH Lemon street, one door from Opera House, PAXATKA, FLORIDA. fsa . r. r-T- ' m fifth 1 I 1 1 I I Oldest Establishment ill Town BEST OF NEW YORK BEEF j KENTUCKY MUTTON! A LWAY8 ON HAND ii. try receive', daily. DKESSEO Pol"!,- ! CiU att'ue old .-tied ' on Lemon strc :-t. DE BARY-BAYA Merchant's ST. JOHNS RIVER STEAM F.I' S. CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL ONE OF THE STEAMERS OF THIS LINE will leave Jacksonville daily, from wlta.t" foot of Laura street, at p. in. PALATKA, ASTOR, SANFORD, ENTERPRISE And All Ixtekmediate Landings Solth op pa lai k a. Will make close connection with all Rail Lilies for POINTS IN THE INTERIOR, And witn alt sicanicr ar San ford "nr POIN1S ON INDIAN RIVER. Uet'urnip.'f, leave Enterprise a i V::'1'. and San-, ford on arrival of Train, arriving at Jackon ville EARLY NEXT MORNING, Makinjf cloe connection wiih liail and Sicain Lines for all points NOR I'll, EAST A NO WEST. For id 1 points between Jacksonville and Pa latka, take one of the Stea liter.-? leaving-daily, Sundays excepted, at H::0 a. m. The i'ii-oii'-!li boats of this line rim in con nection with the People's Line, and all ticket and "passes issued by that line will be honored on tue through Boats. ( HAS. B. FENW1CII, General Passenger and Ticket Atfcnt. AV. B. WATSON, General .Alanasrer. IE01NT Steamboat Line, THE TOURISTS FAVORITE Indestruetable Palatial Su-.tiiiei-, luiiit v.-Mi fourteen waU-r-ti--'tii coni.ia-1 nie.us sum cannot sliil;: luiiii oi' iroii aed caa not burn ptvi'ect ki i'ci.v. G Tv-r ! 5 1 DT -1M fTD Daily, excent Snnd.ayt, Irorn ihe Florida Central Rallied Wharf Foot of Hogan Street at 9 a. m. jflOR MAfiXOLTA, (JRFTA' CIIVK ST'RINF., "T Tocoi (St. Augustine), and Pala.,ka., con- necl mvi- there lor tea la and ( dunes viiie, and al! points on the Florida Southern Railroad. Also, wite boats lor Crescent City and OelJawaha Hi voi Steamers lor Silver Springs and intenn---diate landings. The Cytnius is the largest boat or. the St. John's River. Licensed to carry lsi:0 passengers. Is illuminated with 12 elect ne lipids. (Irani! piano i'or the use of her patrons. (iiaml instrumental Concert 0:1 boat, daily limbic by Masinu. The Cygims connects with tlaa Palace Steame r F L O KI 13 V, (Ilavinjr untirpassed p;tsen.irei ncoommoda lions) i'or Ator, Entei iirise, S;tni'ord, and all poinls on the upper river. For reliable in for nmi 'on, tickets and staterooms, apply in Ia-vo Aha-ii's ollioes corner Rayand Ocean streets Si. .laim s iiil Fverett lote"ls. i'f'( tin tickets arc FX LIMITED, and. f;-ood to STOP OVER AT ANY OR ALL OF OCR LANDINGS, anil in ease you oiianire your mind ai'ior purchasiti'v, wo will at alt times 10 lttnd the nioney I'or the whole or any l'ortion of tickets sold by us. Tickets sold to till parts of Florida or the I'nited States. Anyiiiior niaiion as to prices, oft., cheerfully furnished by mail. Ll'A'E t .r,i)i:x, Manauiiiiz Agents. I lie riiiiducipiiid 1Mb. 1 1. THE PHILADELPHIA T1MFH, lsSt. Tut: Times will enter upon the new year stronger and more (irosperons than ever be fore in its history more widely read and quoted, more heartily commended", and more licreely criticized, with a more complete or jrunization, and an able ssotf of contributors and with the same independence and fearless ness that has made it successful and powerful in the past. The Times has no party to follow, no candi dates to advance, but will meet every issue, as it has ever done, with consistent devotion to the riirht, to honest trovernmcnt, and the pub lie welfare. And. while niaintaininir its posi tion as the leadinir journal of Philadelphia, it will aim to lie continually in the advance in ail mar can aou awe to a newspaper. l lie value or a newspaper is not in size or display, but in the intclllirence and care, th conciseness and freshness with which it is edited. The Times iends lavislily tor news from all parts of the world, but ail its dis patches are carefully edited and condensed, in order to jrive the complete news of the day in the most concise and attract ivcsh:Mo, and wit !i if. a larre variety of entertainina: and instruc tive readinir. The lest writers at hone and abroad are employed to enrich its column-, and to make it a journal adapted both to the busy man and to the leisure of the home cir clea welcome visitor to inteliiuent and honest citizens of every iolitical, religious and social taste. The Weekly Times is altretlier different from the weeklv newspa pars of twenty years asro. The dav of thoe p;.peis have srone liy. The telc'rrap'h and lx tter hK-al ncwspajK rs evcrvwhere, ps-ciall.v in the thriving centres of rui-.il Hipulation. have made the old weekly i metropolitan newspajer unsatisfying, tiiose that dinar to their ancient usajres have lost their hold on our forward-moving jK'ople:tlicy are but shallows of their former ffreat nos. and thej have but a shadow of their former power. Those papers have had their usefulness, but it is trone: and. with if. they are aroinir. too. It was not the fault of the aj.r: it was the im- j v.i-oveiiient of the counit v that brousrht about i the chanue. Men and women, wherever they live, now reiniire f resher news: and they re- (ptiii more than news. The Weekly Times trathers S the tvTM-s of every passinur week whatever has lastimi- in terest to the ieople at lar.iie, and s ts it before them in such frenerosity of pai.-r and print as would have astonished us all twenty yeoi-sajeo. DAILY Twelve cents a week, tifty cents a month, f ii a year, two cents a copy. SUNDAY Four cents a copy, it year. WEEKLY One copy. . a year; Ave copies, 58 a vear; ten copies, ?. a year; twenty cop ies i5 a year, with ie copy free to the gctter up of ever) club. THE TIME, Philadelphia. FR ES H M EAT r6 tit j lT- rfJ- V n-rso S III, AVfc f V- Corner Lemon jithI T": : : 1 1 t ;'!'' c c:ivi:d j ; -, maai PHARMACY. All T. L I B !!'. -I'll t ! and a: '.!' m p-;t- i ... . .'T yIMTOcromK I HR ! I a fa re I wl rt tu HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, SASH, DOORS AND BUNDS, HARESS, SADDLES KIXED FAINTS 1IJ3I15I,0, F..eeii(-d en I;i!atl;i PALATKA'S POPULAR BOOK STORE IV o. S Ovilliii'x 151li. "I" I II-: HEAIXJl ARTERS Books, Stationery, Fancy Articles, Toys VIEWS AND FLORIDA CURIOSITIES. Also, a Full Line of Selected Imported and Domestic Cigars IN" P.M. TKA is Now To UK im AT ASH MEAD BROTHERS' BRANCH STORE, Oriilin" New !!n'ik Rlok, . '-piiFv invETKi- ..i;cixr and rit m.rctf.i) sti;ck i tiif.ir link in thi: L (.Join Tity, -oni..-i.iivx the I'oilowhv-r STANO.MM) A I MISfKI.I.AN F M'S imnKS, in nlain nd liie binoiiius: i'liicc Preem a' ioii and IIIiini r.n"l Voliune-;, l-'amdv Rililc. Teachers' and Pockei l!ible all si.c and jiric--;. Fiii-coi.;!! Pi-a4-r Rookand Hymnal.. Popular F.dit iolis of i he Kiexli-ii and American Poci s in lioiida v ln;idin'.:. t 'hoice .1 ,i enile- .-v) ; ra I e! v and in el lllulra.ted Ciiildr.-ifs Hook-, lel..ui-.;ien'- Toy l!..ok. e:e. Sl-la.. II. ,U ami M-h'ool Supplit Readers, Oram me, -s. A rii lime, ic. Sia i .-. lia I k. I 'e,n i l. ei c. J"I :i t iosuM'y :itul Fihh-v jVrtii'W's. lland-onie Roe:; of P;iH-!et-ies, !.adi--i SarclicK. I.ip Taiiei. (Vrd C;i-c, I'hetc.- nu. ;-i-ai!i jiiid S-raj A I binns W .'. l!oe-. Wriiin-- lvL,i;M I'eiw.Hil p,-n-ils Ink Mands Vel M't Frames, Fa -els. P-ci.hvs, 'ln'ck-r. I lack i ;aiin:i :,.;inU, i -n snen. Si . i e .-o ( t i I'l'M'i iiook. i i -es. .lev. ei i .Maieit A we il sclccicd i i iCK ot A o -: j or. i-u I'.. : ii. tie alv.a;. s on band, wh'cli -rcaied leiicii niaiiiicr n wo'ca i:H'w c'r'o-, e nave ' .ee.i ia:e i- n p. We lia e 1 i'o !ai-L:e,i ; i" l-,t ;i--oi .( d -ioek oi' 1 h, .e ;; , ii ; in ( in ei, . .),,. ; 111 of t)lliIT t !Ck'e. comn-, I'Vrl'.V ariiele I'ee.le.j n .; ; !,,.. ., i)v I, '. ' - ,u , I In-'1' ad vama - e i ea 1 1 a ii'l i i,', i-i on INIiin-x j a ra una i la ! i i a c; a it The l,et selected line o i' ( 'I :a i -. i ,n i -i rt ei! and dome.! ie. to be i' . , ; i i i lie ceU-' n a leii " Ala 'd' 'a 'tiei-oo, ' a e, ! i lie " K, r, rj h a nd 1 Jean , ." i v, o i M : !, mo- largely called to.- i :.ns in 1 he c'i . W'e a !o ha market, while our line of Pine. ( i ,ir a-td Ciu.o ei !e I folia - are I. e rfl-i- i ;t rl in -it I . e or: let- from our ip.i'ti nilice in .lael.ve.nx ill, -erv at i a i, i jc A Hi'dV Alii I m-U i. We keep a I uM line oT poini v a 1 r e. lo -. 1 iin ... a-eu. p, , p ; i by the p.-oie-ioa! an, I ame.env rli-,. We re -an ,'i i i i I;, a, ,te 1 he i i .-.idem -i;i' I V 'a.!; a a lid vh it, i! I , . ca. ; role piircii. I -'!!' e'e-i, lieve. .-( we sell ;( N .V Viak. ii,iini and I colliaielli ,ve phiee. Til i--t i a .., i-t' 'i i .r;l su: .: :.-::ii,r.s Nev.- i: II lai! -. No cliiia k liieei.. V aP-r Si lHlTO BRADLEY'S FR V r, Q j V Or. I 1 r- 1 , S - V j i ' t'.sV Hi. r 1 1 oar GEORGE E. WILSON, SI ( O Vii"!! ( , No. Fi West Ray .- treet, JACKSON VILLI"., KI.OUIDA. PACIFI GUANO For Garden or Grove. Guaranteed Analysis on Every Barrel. Manufactories: 15oton. Mas-., and C!i:irie-ori, !. C. For .-ale by ' TAf-vrtTir TT j 1 1 p r VV H iiiUJlIi lx L. & GARDNER, SOLE AGENTS, PALATKA, FL'i. Iso wliolesale de;ders in FLOUR, GRITS, MEAL, HAY, GRAIN, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER, HAIR,ttc. SOI UR1 F To Jlij U JL JLj JLj ! . i i COMPANY'S1 i" U if W i S U K I j : i j -"J T J'ALVI" v ; A. Day DRUGS! FRESH DRUGS! daily at- &o u acsison s . rUF-i K-ilTlONS com- -A. 1ST S f U M Si9 IStSlS K 11 I'll FlTTI?i(; lloiil:i. Vi';u,tSii o i'lnii of i.c I io - , - : 11. i.u-le - lor i co;,i -.t-ic a -e'- ii in. :;: r Tn-'.s and s-l:el i ..-ueli . cniinni'Di a an j i i-i i .; . ;n .-; ' ! o,i(.,- o.-l-el 1'ae eli -a:! nl ri t !. : lieu i i I f tin i ii I o 1 . We have 1 j nlar and ev-.-ais in ibis e a lull !: ne el i ra,.e ,i a, r- eot h i-. o.ir a.ek I..--a e;: and I'eel l"i i la ! I he I r sat i v ae: ;.-. . I i 1 i : s Jf : i : , as HiJl'!-. LANSING & CO. Kccv slock of if reel! Groceries I CANNED GOODS ; - a ;; i PROVISIONS j vF.SIV FIXE Ti'.AS I LANSING & CO., ' Ii.mu.v Stii !.!", - - PALATKA, FLA, I THE M0S T NA TURAL AND SUCS TAN TIAL Orange Tree Food iin:orl:inl 1tlcsl i n-: 'i VrH DF,S;K A sn-.AHV. 1 1 i:LTH- I I'll, 1 ill ' i ' " !" I t : I . ill Vol! It j '!' ( l.!-.N lit!!'. nt iiiiaT? 'i'iie:i buy and appiy Fresbrey's Drayton island Marl. '".very per-oi','s frmr v.-here it lias been ji p pi;e-l are tkati, lu.-cious and briuht. l!ei'-i--e;n e by peruussn !!: Hon. .1. V. Tui'Kcr, Jud'.'e Vv. A. " !-". A. V. 'lartiti. N. .1. Stenstroin, ( 'tun I' -s ( . row s a nd ma ny ot tiers ha ve d -in ou st rated iis excellent fjuadlies, and we now of fer it to the public Willi Jierlect confidence. Price p-r 1 in.oreiuht barrels, on pier head Drayton Island, $h: or at. City Wharf, f-an-I'ofi, !'!:.. .s:;; per barrel, ; l'.7.". All orders libed C. l. D. A dl rets. A. A. FPvIl;i;i;V CO., f:anford, I la. sekeepersl i PTOCK t ii CROCKERY AND Hoiiseftimisiiing Goods IS IMi kM FRESH, And I invite my friends to inspect same Before Buying Elsewhere B. L ULIENTHAL j0 Unn 1U11 ii3 ss y t ie r p 1