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THE DAILY NEWS.
BEX J. HARRISON, Editor. The Dait.y News is published every morn tnj?, except Monday, and delivered by carriers in the cit v. or mailed postage free, for 50 cents a month,"$1.50 for three months, 82.50 for six monf lis, or ?." per annum. The Weekly News is an 8-page 48-column paper, 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 tor six months. Siecimen copies free to any address. Local advertisements 20 cents per line for first insertion and 10 cents per line for each ad ditional insertion. Special notices 10 cents per line. Reduced rates on continued advertise ments. All advertising bills become due pro rata avcrv month. Local advertisements due at the expiration of the time lor which they are inserted. All remittances should b rmA by express, monev-order or registere .etter. Address, AV. W. UAXDALIj. Hi-sis ess Manage!:, Pai.atka, Florida. KEGtsrr.ur.i at nr: Pat.atka Post Office A.j SECOND-CLASS MAIL MATTER. PALATKA, FLA., MAY 4, 1884. "Tanned kids," according to a fashion weekly, "are coming in style again." This is very pleasant news, as the Florida mamas will now think more than ever of the little rascals that they are powerless to keep out of the sun's rays. All the Lis: Radicals are getting more and more jealous of each other, and by the time the national con vention meets, the g. o. p. will find itself in a pretty mixed up condi tion. The "cohesive power of pub lic plunder" does not extend far en ough to make the brethren dwell to gether in unity. Statesman Kellogg has been white washed by the Washington courts bv dallvintr with his case until the statute of limitations put an end to the farcical trial. Statesmai Kel logg should now apply for the vice- Presidential nomination on the lie publican ticket in order to vindicate his tattooed character. "The average parngrapher is get ting to be a public nuisance. He is generally shallow, superficial and in finitely wearisome, and in nine cases out of ten he doesn't know anything about the subjects he deals with," says an exchange. That editor's readers came to the same conclusion when they endeavored to compre hend some of his productions. Xrnv York society is just now en gaged in witnessing a six days walk ing match, engaged in by public tramps and dead-beats, who never earned an honest dollar in their lives, if what is said of them lie true. They could be of infinitely more ser vice to themselves and other people if they would do their walking be tween a good pair of plow handles. (ion. Longstreot is talked of as the candidate for governor of the white man's Republican party of Georgia. Tf he can be induced to run he. will have the unanimous sup port of Col. Jonathan Xorcross and Uncle Sandy Murray, the bright lights of the new Georgia party. The Lord only knows where he can expect to get any other support. A WARNING. Elsewhere will be found an account of the disastrous lire in Gainesville. Our boys hastened over with the engine so lately in all the glory of holiday garb, now alas! called up on for relief in our sister's need. But if it is possible to make profit from the misfortune of another, our citizens must see that in similar cir cumstances, we are at any time lia ble to a similar calamity. We have the same wooden buildings; our citi zens are carehs;, and we have scores of persons sleeping and smoking in byways and corners who care little for the consequence that may follow from the inadvertent stroke of a match, or the heedless toss of a cigar. We are on the river and have command of water along the banks, but we must learn from Gainefville and see that water be stored for time of need in other portions of the city. If the corporation has no monev, the property holders should do it; the matter is a case of urgent anil immediate necessity. Pv a system of cisterns connected with oach other, abundant wattv could be secured for all practical purposes and provision made for the time of need which is surely dogging our foot-steps. Nemesis follows the careless as well as the guilty, and the fate of Ocaia and Gainesville may be ours whenever another build ing like Lilienthal"s shall burn and the wind blow from the wrong quarter. A REVIEW. Recent indications of the crystalli zation of opinion in both parties have been so plain, that a reasona ble forecast of the coming campaign may be now drawn. In the Republican party, a pro test against Bisbee, his men and me thods, has at last been entered and the struggle was maintained long enough to show that the picket fir ing is only preliminary to serious fighting ere long. As Putnam coun tv was in the forefront of the fight against Simon . Conover, so she is now in the fight against liisbee and Led with. We only hope that the "crow-eating" process will not be re peated, for we may at least hope that our antagonist will be so puri fied as to make him worthy of Dem ocratic steel. The fight at St. Au gustine was not directed, however, against either Arthur or his office holders :n the true sense of the word. The best element of the par ty in Florida wiH rally around Gen. Sanford and demand his nomination for leader of the State ticket. His friends think the fight should be made on straight issues between the two parties, and a last desperate ef fort made to carry the State. lis boe thinks the party should make no nomination for governor, but sup port an independent who may di vide the Democratic vote, and help the Hon. Horatio to a place in the Senate. Here lies the true inward ness of the fight at St. Augustine; and in this may be found an explan ation of the fight made against the "ins" by the "outs". Mr. Hind is an Englishman by birth and blood and Bisbee offended him long ago; perhaps tenacity and grip will at last tell even against the eternal Boss of the Second District. Among the Democrats the indi cations show very plainly the quiet drift of choice towards Gen. Perry. Even his most prominent and most formidable opponents have no word to say against either his personal claims, or those which take for ar gument his services to the party. His nomination would be almost equivalent to an election even against Gen. Sanford, who would make his strongest antagonist. All factional or sectional feelings are entirely harmonized and there will be little to mar the music of the State convention. Concerning the issue in the Se cond District, the committee is of the opinion that the time is not yet ripe, but the drift of popular feel ing is as clearly marked, and the in dications as pointed and conclusive as those showing the probable com position of the State ticket. CrilREXT C0313Ii:.T. Sprin.alleld Reiublican. The "mills of the gods grind slowly" and Keifer, Robeson and Hubbell will remember the rest. Sprintrflcld Republican. The trouble with Mr. Blaine's crop is that it doesn't ''head out"' well, Chicatro News. We believe that a truthful assay of the Blaine boom would show one part gold to ninety-nine parts wind. Philadelphia. Call. Delegate. to Chicago will not find the round trip expensive. It is the midnight zigzag trips that cost. Washington Critic. The Congressional Record these days of tariff speeches looks like a commercial price current. Utien Observer. The Independent party in Illinois re ceived a severe set back the other day when David Davis tried to black his boots. Col. R. G. Injrcrsoll to a Reporter. The great question is : Who can carry New York 't From tl Galveston News. Wonder if Grant's crutches are made from the famous Appomattox apple tree ? From the Chicago News. It is said that the planet Sirius is 123. 700,000. 000. 000 miles from here. That is almost as far as from John A. Logan to the Presidency. He Knew It "Was She. From the Philadelphia Call. Jones Have you ever heard what be came of your runaway wife? Smith No, and don't want to. All I know is that she left a note behind say ing that she had determined to go on the stage and knew I would never consent. Jones Well, I was looking over a Denver paper the other day and saw a most enthusiastic notice of the success made bv a new Prima donna, nn.1 in.L-r. i. j ing from the description she must le your wife. j Smith A prima donna? That is im- j possible. Iv wife could not sine a note, i Joue.s But she mav have lenrnl m iue paper saw sne lOOK tiie town bv storm. Smith By storm, eh? Jones Yes. Smith That is she. JACKSt yiL,LE i TAMPA & KEY VEST RAILWAY; THE "GEM CITY" ROUTE. j j THE ONLY ALL RATI, LINE TO j ORANGE PARK, MAGNOLIA, GREEN j COVE SPRING & JACKSONVILLE. Three Hours Quicker to Jacksonville j Than by any otherj'.ine. ) UHOAD (J.H GK, STEEL KAILS, AIM ! BRAKES, FI EST-CLASS r.oTIPMEXT. j TRAINS . lil'X AS FOLLOWS: j 1- GOING Sdl'TH. j Leave Jacksonville V.50a. m. O ran jre Park Vi. " Masrnolia liV.4 " Green 'o ve Spring 11.0 1 " West 'i'ocoi IL-ti i " Arrive Palatka LV.'n p. m GOING NORTH. Leave Palatka ! :.$." a. in. Fir. rida Sou. June. .pi:4"i " West Tocoi 1l::;o " (5 -.veil Cove Spring 11:.V " " Magnolia VAfi " '!."( p. in. 4.O.! 4.:J7 " 4.4:.' p. n ri:'C 5:40 " O ran. ire Park V.IM) p. n:. ,vni Arrive Jacksonville. . . . l:i t;:!." THE ST. JOHNS' RAILWAY MAKES i i ti i : o rr c o :v x i z o r n o :v At West Tocoi. and from St. An trust hie. Rates and Fare to all Points as Low as by any other line, and bajjratre cheeked tlirouU M. R. MO RAX. C. W. RENTLEY. Cen. Pass. Ajrent. Gen. Maiu:,ycr. PEOPLE'S LINE STEAMERS k St. Johns River. Florida S. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE And .T N NI 1 is . TORMIXO (IX CO.CNLCTIOX WITH THE l1 Deikuy-Raya Merchants') a Dot'RLE DAILY L1XE for Astor, Sanford. Enterprise and intermediate landings, connect inyr at As tor with the St. .Johns and Lake Eustis liail waj: at Sanford with the SOUTH FLORIDA Raiiroad for Maitland. Orlando, Kissinmiee and Tampa, and from this point v. ith Steam ships for Cedar Key, Key West and interme diate landings on the west coast of Florida. Steamer II. 15. Plant leaves Palatka from Florida Southern Railway wharf at S::i() o'cl'k, p. in., on Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays. Deltary-I'aya Merchant's ' Line Steamer City of Jackson vili.f, leaves I'alatka from Florida Southern Railway wharf at . S oVlock 1. in., on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdavs. liet urniiif."-, leaves Sanford daily on arrival of the train of the South Florida Railroad, from Tampa at : p.m., arriving at .Jackson ville in time to connect with the fast mail j train sit S::;n a. in., of the Savannah, Florida and western itailway. Steamer Cii.vttahoociifk leaves, Palaiku from Florida Southern Railway wharf at II o'clock, p. m.. on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Returnhifr, leaves Sanford tm Mondays at oV'ock ), m., on arri;!l oi' train on South Florida Railroad from Tampa. Returninu- on Thursdays, leaves Sanford at '.)-.;.") a. in., on arrival of train on South Florida Railroad. Steamer J kxxie Lank leaves I'alatka from Florida Southern Railway wharf at PJ o'clock p. in. on Mondays ami Thursdays. Rcturninur leaves Sanford on Wednesdays and Sat nrdays. Tickets on sale at W. O. tVoltz's Drur Store, Palatka, Fla., and on board of the steamers. All tickets and passes of the I eJiary-l!ava Merchant's Line wiil be honored until further orders. Steam I5arro Uncle Sam, suitable for carry ing unusual and heavy freights, open for charter, For further particulars, inquire of R. S. IHIWI), A frent. People's Line St. John's Uivor, Oilice Waycross Steamboat Wharf, Jacksonville, Florida. THE SIMPSON & GAULT MANUFACTURING CO.'S CELEBRATED PORTABLE GRAIN MILLS FOR WHEAT, GORN OR FEED AND Flour Mill Machinery of all Kinds CASTINGS, SHAFTINGS AND IRON WORK OF ALL KINDS on short;xotkt:. "ir.v civst :s ' t i . i t a . KEUKA AND ORANGE SPRING TRANSFER COMPANY A 1""AM WILL LEAVE KEUKA FOR - )ranp' prmjf every m. imna- on arrival of he ftviK-ht train fi-am Palatkn, for tlieturpe-e t ransportmg rassengers and Freight j . For further information address i EI'K'A AND GRANGE SPRING i TRANSFER COMPANY, At Keuka, Putnam Co., Fkv NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS. ' rriIE UNDEItSIGNED WILL RE AT PA- ! .l latka Election insrrkt. No. on Mondnv ly. "i? Tiay th, ai J remain Unrimr tlie week end on r-aturuay t ue Pto.. tor the purpose as of us- , s--sinr me Mare ana i.oisntv lax tortuevear FRANK R. POND, AGENT FOR I s. At. .111 iai payers wisumjr tax Wiiass ;s a vear : ten eoou-s, ii a vear; twenty cop- vill please call at either the office of clerk of ies ;i a vear, with one eopv'free to theeetter 1 H-ircuit Court or Tax Collator, where thev i up of every club. ; will tind them. J.W.WOODS, ' j TIIE TIMES ? -lax Assessor Putnam County. Calhoun, Gillis & Calhoun, ljSSUEAXCE AGENTS. REPRESENT THE IIOM E INSURANCE COMPAN V.of New York, THE "St'X," of London, THE XEW YORK UNDERWRITERS, THE G ERMAXIA, i THE FACTORS 5: TRADERS, of Xew Orleans, THE ACCIDENT, oi North America, j THE EQUITABLE djfej LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE lKtsi!lis:Ii iiiiii So ii Hi. G. S. Hacker & Son MAX L'FACTURERS OF Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings AM)-' lUJLI)IN(l MATERIAL. Established in 1S-:J. ( Miice and Wuivroonis, KiiiK opposite Can non street. E. M. HACKER. Proprietor, t "narlestoii, S. C. luy direct from the Factory and save deal ers' prolits. FRESH MEAT MARKET in !,iT OF NEW YORK BEEF AXD KENTUCKY MUTTON V LWAVS OX HAND. DRESSED POUL- 1 v try received dailv Call at the old stand on Lemon strovr. V. W. 31 ATS ?v. DE BARY-BAYA Merchant's Line ST. JOHNS RIVER STEAMERS. CARRYING THEU. S. MAIL MM ONE OF THE STEAMERS OF THIS LINE will leave Jacksonville daily, from wharf i foot of Laura street, at p. in'. PALATKA, ASTOR, SANFORD, ENTERPRISE And All, 1.ti;hmkiiate Lamiinos South of i'alatka. Will make close connection with all Rail Lines for POINTS IN THE INTERIOR, And with all steamers at Sanford for POINTS ON INDIAN" RIVER. Retui'iiiny, leave Enterprise at 7::i0, and San ford on arrival of Train, arriving at Jackson ville EARLY NEXT MORNING, Making close connection with Rail and Steam Lines lor all points NORTH, EAST AND WEST. For all points between Jacksonville and Pa latka, take one of the Steamers leaving-daily, Sundays excepted, at 0:itJ a. m. The throu!ii boats of this 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 Roats. ( HAS. It. FENWICII, General Passenger and Ticket Ajrent. W P.. WATSi X. General Manairor. The Philadelphia Times. 1 ! THE PHILADELPHIA TIMES, 18L ! The Timk.s will enter upon the new year ! Ft ron jrer and more prosiierous than ever be-! ilore in its history-more widely read and ! i quoted, more heartily commended, and morel j liereely criticized, with a more comidete or j (ranization, and an able ssotV of contributors i and with the same independence and fearless ; ness that has made it successful and powerful in the past. ; The Timks has no party to follow, no candi- dates to advance, but will meet everv issue, as ; it has ever done, with consistent de'votion to ' 1 '- 1 iiu, i oouesi RovernmenT, anil me ihd- 'lie welfare. And, while maintaining its posi- will aim to be continually in the advance in ail I ; that can add value to a newspaper. The value of a newspaM-r is not in its size or . ; di.-play, but in the intellijrence and care, the ' j conciseness ami freshness with which it is j ! edited. The Timks spends lavishly for news j 1 from all parts of the world, but "all its (lis- I ; patches are carefully edited and condensed, in I I order to urive the complete news of the dav in ! the most concise and attract ive shaje, and with ! it a larire variety of entertaining Rii'l instruc- ' tive reading. The U'St writers at home and' j abroad are employed to enrich its columns, j 1 and to make it a journal adapted both to the.! busy man and to the leisure of the home cir- iutelliirenT and honest religious and social The Wlkkly Times is altogether different ; ' from the weekly iiewspaei-s of twenty years airo. The day of those papers have jroiie by. : The teleirrioih !od 1 letter local rewsnmu.i-a everywhere, esp,-cia;ly i:i the thriving centres I oi rural opinat!on. nave niaue tne oiu weekly : inei:-o;.ol:tan newspai-er unsatisfvinp. Those ' ,hiir 0,5n? to their ancient usages hare lost : tneir noi.i on our lorwwr. -moving lople;ttiey are out iUafiows ott'ieiriorr"er preatness, and xlva was not the fault d" the paeei-s; it was the im- ... (........ ...... ....... v, ,... 11 provemcnt of the country that lroii(rht alout the change. Men and women, wlierever t'nev live, now rc'iuiro fresher news; anil thev re ijinrc more than news. The Wekkly Timks pat hers off the types of every passing-week whatever has lastinsr in- terest to the eople at larjre, and sets it before them in such peuerosify of j.aH'r and print as wruld liave KSton;?!ied us all twenty yeors.iQ-o. DAILY Twelve cents a week, fifty cents a ; month, til a year, two cents a copy. i:,1 - ' re' -opy, iz a year. f.f-.KLl 4 ;e Cimr. n i-i.i,p ti, a r-,r.;..o ' Tim inrrnini hm Bgsassma j THE HVCoDcag'nii.o Pliarmacy j i:rr.vi5Liinrir j Corner onion iintl Front Prescriptions Carefully FRESH DRUGS! FRESH RECEIVED A I PHARMACY. .Ml orders tilled promptly ami at bottom prices. PRESCRIPTION'S com pounded at all hours by experienced Drmrirists. 1 II iiUl U it ttl HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, SASH, DOORS AND BUNDS, HARNESS, SADDLES & MIXED PAINTS I'LTrailJIISG. TINNING .c I'll'lO 1'1'ITING Executed Oil short notice and on reasonable terms. Palatlcsi, - - - lloi-itln. BRADLEY'S FERTILIZERS GEORGE E. WILSON, Still V'jil, No. 13 West Ray street, JACKSONVILLE FLt )R I DA. ACIFIC COMPANY'S ttlH For Garden or Grove. Guaranteed Analysis on Everv Barrel. Manufactories: Roston, Mass., and Charleston, S. C. For sale by DREW, H. L. k GARDNER, SOLE AGENTS, PALATKA, FLA. Also wholesale dfuh in FLOUR, GRITS. MEAL, HAY, GRAIN, , . , LIME, CEMENT, PLAS I ER, HA R, EtC. ' ' ' ' G Gr IB : " 1 a i , vJl 1 I I I I "- VfeJVS-Jl I s-. SIC STORE O. IT. SULZM3I8, Opposite St. Johns Hotel, I'alatka, Florida. PianO QrfanQ Rr all kinHc nf riclHUS, UI allo, 06 all KinQS n inin a i iiinTnnir.i-rn i V Uo UAL CS Kl M h N LS -AND- CCHIMP ii iniiiiirn oLWIiNb iVlAbrllNto TIIE ITILMFNT PI AN" J nftrT. nv .OLD ON and rented on the most reasonable terms. ,',u"u "'" "l"n "' a si'cian . j .Orders by mail will receive prompt atten- ; tion- Tuning and renairinir a soeeialt v. j I VATRfP An , ( i t P ! AOI JCL OF bALL .n.oia;.i.i.r. J i ii i jr X t the County Court in and for Putnam conn ty. Florida. tearin date April 4. Is4. I will soil at public outcry on May 5th. I.s4. iK-ins? the first Monday of said month, within the le- hftlTt- of ;ie nt tlie I 'iplirf Hr.oin P5l:r ka. for cash, the 'foilowinur real estate, lielonir- insr to the minors MaNd L. Webb and Clara L, Webb, Loin in said county "-and state, and comprisinir so much of lots No. 10. private sur- i rev in s. ! T. VX. Rnntre 2rt et n retn.. in i ed unsold after deed Febmafy $." l."T, of i Thompson and Webb to Geortre E. Marvin. t Also a part or section ii. x. y.t. . it. L' k.. txtup-ht at sherin s saie in July, 174. a orf ion havinjr been sold to Gerrg-e E.Marvin, bejnp - III--' - KJ J JLJ J U JLJ GUANO Ancmrfnfti i r b ft iBA'r. i is the remnants or the said two lots of land and containih? about nine acre of kind, more or less. Dated this. April 4, Ih.4. E. S. CRILL, Commissioner. Mix., - l'ATj.V'rivA, FLA Compounded Dav and Nirht. DRUGS! FRESH DRUGS! DAILY AT ; Fl'i-itla Southern Itailway. ! r 1 ' 1 . . . i - . ofkh k SrpKni.vrrNiKNT, Pai.atka. March 2i, ism. GOING SOFTil. STATIONS. Lv Palatka Ar Interlachen " Wait's Crossing. . " (iruelle " Miianoy " Loclibie " Roddicks " ( cala " North Lake Weir " Sout h Lake Weil Ar Leesburjr J J mau, j Acoin'd'tn - V M I Sf(H) A M . I ':.r " I !l:,T " . ; :i::tii " lt:i " :!:.r.', " i MM " . ti:10 " ! 4::;; " I 1:44 r M 4:."n " L':7 " a:MI " ;i;,Vi " f.:0 " (!:15 " '.:fitl " ti:;5 " X ill TIL jSTATIONS. Lv Leesbui fr Ar South Lake Weir. " North Lake Weir. " Oca la " Roddicks " Lochbie " Micanopv . . " (iruelle.1: . . " Wait's Crossing . . . " Interlachen. ...... A v Palatka mail i Acom'd'tn I (:( I A m ! f,::i;i " i (i:,-() " I S:li; " j H:1il " I S:.Vi " i l-" i 7:UI a M 8:: " S:.V. " ltl:.T " 1:4:1 i m l:A) " i: 10 " 3i1 " 4:4S " fi:(V4 " TRA INS ARRIV i: AT CAIN V 1 f,LK From Palatka, 1 a m and Ocalaand f Mh.ji Leeslnirjr. 4:;t0 " From Alicanojiy 7:4.r, m TRAINS LEAVE ( i A I N l'S' II.LL For Paiatka, "s:iki a .iuiid Oeala and f h:(k) i M Lcesbur. :i:tm p m For Micanopy -):(Kl p m MICANOPV. : Traiii lea es at tHiSo a m Train arrives at '. . . . ' . ti:10 p m First-class ear through fiTun " Paiatkiifc Gainesville on all trains. CONNKCnoNS. At I'alatka with Jacks-mvilh Tampa aTKc v West l(y, lust river steai-iei-s for St. Au gustine, Green Cove Sprinirs, Jacksonville and ail points Xorth, East and West, and wilh up river steamers for South Florida. Also with the Twin Screw Iron Steamer "City of I alatka." lor 4'hurloston, Xew Vork, lioxton l'hilalelphia, etc. At Wait's Crossing with Peninsular Railroad for aldo. At Gainesville with Transit Railroad for ( edar Key, Pensacola, New Orleans and Tam pa. At Oeala with Transit Railwav and Hacks for Nil ver Springs. At LeesbuiM with boats on Lake Harris for pomts on Lake and alontr St. Johns and Lake Lnstis Railway. Also with Graham's Hacks lor l.rooksvilie, Sumtorvillc and all points in South Florida. S. COXANT, .IAS. I). HOLLISTER, J.t''''',1""1 '""'r. SuperinteiKient. O. W. MRO.MWEI.r., T. F. & P. A. THE M0S T NA JURAL AND SUBS TAN TIAL Orange Tree Food Import si nt Qut'Kt ions: DO VOl' DESIRE A STEADY, 1 E A ful. vigorous rrowth, do vim desire C Ukight 1'Iii it? Then buy and apply Presbrey's Drayton Island Marl. Every person's fruit where it has been up" plied are clean, luscious ami bright. Refer- ence by permission: Hon. J. W. Tucker. Judu ' nliinXvsUuiunu l stint or! its excellent .qualities, and we now of - fcr it to the taiblie with oerfect ei l'rice per ton. or elurht barrels, on j.ier head Drayton Island, lti: or at City Wharf, (.n iTh J'l-'JlK l"'1' arel, $1.7-,. All orders iim-n v.. 7. 19. UUK'SJ. A. A. PREMIREV & CO.. Sanford. Fla. AMINJSTRATOIfS NOTICE. LL CLAIMS AGAINST THE ESTATE OF J.V .ll. Demont must be prt routed as pre scribed by la w or this notice will be p leaded m bar. And all parties concerned will take notice that six months from the date hereof I will ask for my final discharge from such administration before the county jintfre for x in iiiiiu euuiiiy, r lorioa. C. A. KN'OWLTON Ap . Administrnt Brightest, Spiciest and Most ?J Commercial Newspaper in BoSw Asan AdA ertisiiiji' 3IelIuiiS i L'iic"jiul'tl, As h Democrat ic Journal it alheres with te nacity to the time-honored principles under the ojieration of which tiie Administration of Andrew Jackson was crowned with tflory, and which justified the remark in his pjirtin ad dress that he left the American people prosjier ous and happy. The Post never wanders after falie-trods. Jt never soils its fair fame bv de sertintr the fundamental principles of the Dem ocratic laitti, Its creed is built on the solid Kot-Jv oftlie CJoiiHtltiitlon. and is as sound ami imperishable as the foun dation on which it rests. Hut in all its diseus- : ions it recognizes ptrrlect freedom of opinion, "'"1 Deats its opiKments with a catholic spirit j worthy a candid and injuirin flKeandii. j 1 ,nan,,,;r to hannoniz courtesy with honesty H"unueut. in its cistinctive cnaracteristiCH I w ,r ' tnsrher with its political t riends fi,r,,.,,rho1,t ti, . r-r,;. , .. i, i... , .. ; "h?"tnth,f 1 n,on' or w,,h tbe I,utll ut i - Ra hi CO -nm.m m An i -"uiij pci aimuin in auvaii.C WilDt on trial 3 months for free Boston Semi-Weekly Pot, Mondays and Thui-sdays, Hi er annum in advance. Roston Weekly Post, Weekly, Fridays, I.0) a yar in advance. 1V I'ost Publishing Co.. Publishers, Post Ruilding, Milk Street. PUBLIC OR PRIVATE BOOKS -FIT BALANCED OH ADJUSTED. IX strict confidence, by E-M-rt accountant. Practical instruction in