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iIIE DAILY NEWS.
BEX J. HARRISON, Editor. . The Daily News is published every morn ing, except Monday, and delivered by carriers in the city, or mailed postage free, for 50 cents a month, $1.50 for three months, 82.50 for six months, or $5 per annum. The Weekly Xews is an 8-page 4S-column p.iper, published every Saturday, containing r. ! I the news of the week, local and general. It U the largest and handsomest weekly paper published in Florida, and will be mailed ixtst luefree for 1 a year, or 50 cents for six months. Specimen copies free to any address. Local advertisements 30 cents per line for first insertion and 10 cents per line for each ad ditional insertion. Special notieea 10 cents jer liue. Reduced rates on continued advertise ments. All advertising bills become due pro rata every month. Local advertisements due at tUe expiration of the time for which they are inserted. All remittances should h mule by express, money-order or registere .tter. Address, W. W. RANDALL.. Bums ess Manager, Palatka, Flokida. Rk3i.stekbt at the Palatka Post Office as sco-n'n-cla3s mail matter. PALATKA, FLaTlIy 11. 183 V JOUS G. CARLiISLiE. The scene was the house of repre sozivitiTo and the giants of either side had wrestled mightily. Ran dall real haltingly from manuscript, but his words were weighty with thought. Morrison spoke with the emphasis of deep feeling while he showed how protection took his earn ings from the poor to feed an over flowing treasury or to fill the pock ets of monopoly. Then the rote was ordered and Converse said "one hundred awd fifty-five in the atfirma tive" "one hundred and fifty-one in the negative" said Morrison. Then the tedious operation was re peated and the vote stood 159 to 1155. Tlicu Morrison was overcome and sank into a seat. The Republicans cheered and waved handkerchiefs raid the Randall Democrats even then seemed shamed. Over the tu mult rose the clear bell-like voice of John G. Carlisle. lie knew the Measure on which he had staked his :;il was lost. He knew that his ina bility to control the party had been fully demonstrated, and he had the further bitterness of knowing that to drive home the blow his friends hr.d joined hands with his enemies. But his tones did not falter: "The clerk will call my name," said the Speaker. "Mr. Carlisle," said the clerk. "No," said the Kentuckiau. Ouce before he had been tempted by his friends to answer yes; the little word would have giveu him the proudest place within reach of a Kentuekian, but to gain it he must break his word. Carlisle simply tel egraphed "no." Not to gain the cherished ambition of a lifetime would he say yes and betray a friend; when those who had stood shoulder to shoulder with him in a hard battle were overpowered and his cause was lost in defeat and no thing saved but honor. "The clerk will call my name," said the Speak er "Mr. Carlisle," said the clerk, and the man answered quietly "No." Mr. Carlisle may not dwell in the While House, but his home in the hearts of the people is a grander abode than the palace of any Emper or. We are proud that we belong to the same race with the man who follows his conscience and makes principle his guiding star; whose back bends not under the burden, but lifts his head in the same atmos phere where fear is unknown be cause power is within. Can the Republican show any like unto John G. Carlisle? Verilv, not one: Alabama has now 23 cotton-mills, Georgia 62, North Carolina 92, South Carolina 81, Tennessee 33, Virginia 14, Maryland 24, Louisiana 7, Mississippi 11, Texas 0, Kentucky 5, Arkansas 4, and Florida 2. These mills were returned in the census of 1880 as producing $21,000,000 worth of cotton goods, but the product of 1884 is estimated at $35,000,000 to 40,000,000. The New York Snn thinks that ik -it'ier Arthur nor Blaine can be nominated at Chicago. It believes that "some lc-5s prominent person like Gresham, Fair-child, or Lincoln will win after the more powerful fa vorites have ineffectually run their course," and adds: "In our opinion, at of the whole field the man who would make the best President is Gen. Gresham, of Indiana." The 109th anniversary of the Mocklenbifrg declaration of inde pendence will be celebrated at Char lotte, N. C, on Tuesday and Wed nesday, 20th and 21st, instant, and Senator Pendleton, Speaker Carlisle, and Govs. Jarvis and Thompson are to be present. Mr. Pendleton is to deliver the address and be followed by Mr. Carlisle. Both the Senators from North Carolina, and Senators Hampton and Butler from the Pal metto State, and Congressman Dowd, Cox, Bennett and Scales of North Carolina, are expected, and it is ex pected that many other distinguish ed gentlemen will go. At one time it was almost 'certain that Gen. Grant would go, and he may do so yet. " Washington letter in the Augus ta, Ga., Chronicle: A negro lectur er, the other night, reviewing the progress of his people from colonial bondage to these days of freedom, said that one of the former slaves of Jefferson Davis had bought the plantation of his old master for 200,000, and now lives upon it. A near relative of tlie ex-President of the Confederate States assures rne that this is not true. The negro in question is a most worthy and com paratively prosperous person, but the popular report of his owning Mr. Davis' plantation has no foun dation in fact. And yet I dare say that it will continue to be paraded as a significant example of the re Tenges of time. Gen. John B. Gordon, chariman of the central committee in New York for raising money for homes for disabled Confederate soldiers, in a recent letter to the Governor of Georgia, says that the scope of the committee has been somewhat en larged, and that its plan now is to raise money for two 'homes for Con federate soldiers one at Richmond and one at Atlanta. Gen. Gordon is, says an exchange, very hopeful of the result of the meeting on the night of the 30th, and says it is im possible to estimate what the sub scriptions of that t'me may amount to. He feels assured that enough money will be raised, with the as sistance of the Southern people, to build homes at Richmond and at Atlanta that will be honorable and enduring monuments of the love of the whose people for the brave men who fougnt in the civil war, and who are pensionless because they were on the losino- side. PROMINENT PEOPLE. Wilson Flagg, the naturalist, is dan gerously ill at Cambridge, Mass, Mr. Yanderbilt, the elder, intends to sail by the Germanic on Saturday. Mr. Roosevelt, th New York legislator rktiown to fame, is only 23 years old. "Charles O'Conor, the aHent lawyer, who has been ill at Nantucket is conva lescing. Francis Murphy, the blue ribbon cru sader, has begun a temperance revival in Chicago. Pedestrian Fitzgerald made in the New York walking match $9,453 ; Rowell, 12,670; Panchot, $2,000, and four others $500 to 1,000 opch. Seth Green barely escaped the other day a bit of grim irony at the hands of the three dreadful sisters who snip with their scissors the fine thread of human life. The famous expert in the propaga tion of fish was sitting on the steps of a house in Rochester, N. Y., when he saw a tall flagstaff swaying in the gale, lie sprang aside and hardly had he left the steps when a wooden fish, weighing sixty pounds, that had surmounted the flagstaff, crashed down on the very spot where he had been sitting. Mrs. Harriet Lane Johnston, the niece of President Buehanan, once the lady of the? White House and a worthy object of admiration the land over, again suffers in the death of her husband, II. E. John ston, the Baltimore banker. Mr. John ston died in New York of pneumonia. Mrs. Johnston's two young sons died two years ago, one in Baltimore and the other not six weeks later in Paris. The parents recently endowed two hospitals in Balti more in memory of the children. One is the Harriet Lane Johnston Hospital for Girls and the other is for training nurses. Candidates and Platforms. X. Y. Sun. The majority of the voters of the Uni ted States believe that the Republican party ought to be turned out of power. The important question is whether the majority can be brought this year to act together for this purpose on one platform and under one Presidential candidate. The candidate is the indispensable fac tor in the problem. He mast be adapted to the peculiar circumstances of the case. He must fill the bill. On the other hand, a bad platform will be only a hindrance to success. ' It is better for a party to have none than to go into a contest with one that will engender discord and lead to defeat. On the two occasions when the old Tiig party' carried the Presidential election, their national Conventions adopted no platform at all. The Busy Iconoclasts. New York World. At this late day it turns out that Wash ington's farewell address was written bv James Madison. The next thing this country knows somebody will be doubt ing lw-. r iv,t.: werous bodv servants. JACKHO.WI I T 1 1 TAMPA 4 KEY WEST RAILWAY THE "GEM CITY" ROUTE. THE ONLY ALL KAIL LINE TO ORANGE PARK, MAGNOLIA, GREEN " COVE SPRING & JACKSONVILLE. o Three Hours Quicker to Jacksonville Than by any ot heroine. BROAD GAUGE, STEEL RAILS, AIR BRAKES, FIRST-CLASS EQUIPMENT. TRAINS! RUN AS FOLLOWS: L going south. Leave Jacksonville 9.50 a. m. Orange Park lO.Si " Magnolia 10.54 " " Green Cove Spring 11.04 " " West Toeoi 11:40 " Arrive Palatka 12:20 p. in. GOING SOUTH. Leave Palatka 10:35 a. m. Florida Sou. June. 10: 45 " West Toeoi ........ 1 1 ::i0 " " Green Cove Spring' 11:50 " " Magnolia 12:00 " " Orange Park 12:33 p. m. Arrive Jacksonville. .. . 1:00 " 3.30 4.IK) 4.:7 4.42 5:15 5.55 4:15 4:22 5:HS 5::!5 5:40 8:01 li:45 p. m. p. m. THE ST. JOHNS' RAILWAY MAKES DIltF.CT COXXliCTIOX At West Toeoi, and from St. Augustine. o Kates and Fare to all Points as Low as by any other line, and baggage checked through. M. R. MOKAX, G. W. BENTLEY, Gen. Pass. Agent. Gen. Manager. PEOPLE'S LINE STEAMERS St. Johns River, Florida S. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE And JENNIE LANE. FORMIXG (IN CONNECTION WITH THE Dellary-Baya Merchants') a DOURLE DAILY LINE for Astor. Sanford. Enternrise and intermediate landings, connecting at As tor with the St. Johns and Lake Enstis Rail way: at Sanford with the SOUTH FLORIDA Railroad for Maitland. Orlando. Kissimmee and Tampa, and from this point with Steam ships for Cedar Key, Key West and interme diate landings on the west coast ot Florida. Steamer 11. B. Plant loaves Palatka from Florida Southern Railway wharf at 8:30 o'ePk, p. in., on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. DeBary-Baya Merchant's " Line Steamer Citv of Jacksonville, leaves Palatka from Florida Southern Railway wharf at 8 o'clock p. in., on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Returning, leaves Sanford daily on arrival of the train of the South Florida Railroad, from Tampa at 3 p. m., arriving1 at Jackson ville in time to connect with the fast mail train at 8:30 a. m., of the Savannah, Florida and Western Railway. Steamer Chattahoochee leaves Palatka from Florida Southern Railway wharf at II o'clock, p. m., on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Returning-, leaves Sanford on Mondays at 3 o'clock p, m., on arrival of train on South Florida Railroad from Tampa. Returning-on Thursdays, leaves Sanford at 9:35 a. in., on arrival of train on South Florida Railroad. Steamer Jennie Lane leaves Palatka from Florida Southern Railway wharf at 12 o'clock p. m. on Mondays and Thursdays. Returning- leaves Sanford on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Tickets on sale at W. O. Woltz's Druj? Store. Palatka, Fla., and on board of the steamers. All tickets and passes of the DeBary-Baya Merchant's Line will be honored until further orders. Steam Barfre Uncle Sain, suitable for carry ing unusual and heavy freights, open for charter. For further particulars, inquire of R. S. DOWD. Ajrent, People's Line St. John's River, Office Waycross Steamboat Wharf, Jacksonville, Florida. FRANK R. POND, AGENT FOR THE SIMPSON & GAULT MANUFACTURING CO.'S CELEBRATED PORTABLE GRAIN MILLS FOR WHEAT, CORN OR FEED AXD Flour Mill Machinery of ail Kinds CASTINGS, SHAFTINGS AND IRON WORK OF ALL KINDS ox short;xotice. JACKHOXVILLi:, IIV. KEUKA AND ORANGE SPRING TRANSFER COMPANY A TEAM WILL LEAVE KECKA FOR Orange Spring every morning on arrival of the freight train f ram Palatka, for the purpose of Transporting Passengers and Freight. For further information address KECKA AND ORANGE SPRING TRANSFER COMPANY, At Keuka, Putnam Co., Fla, NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS. rpHE UNDERSIGNED WILL RE AT PA-J- latka Election District, No, 8, on Mondav. May 5th. and remain during the week ending on Saturday the 10th., for the purpose as of as sessing the State and County Tax for the year A. D. f-t. All taxpayers wishing tax blanks will pl-ase call at either the office of clerk of Circui.' Court or Tax Collector, where thev will Rd them. J.W.WOODS. Tax Assessor Putnam County. " -f -.--r'--o!" Calhoun, Gillis & Calhoun, INSURANCE AGENTS. REPRESENT THE ! HOME INSCILvNCECOMPANY,of New York, THE "SUN," of London, THE X E W YORK UN DERWRITERS, THE GERMANIA, THE FACTORS Ac TRADERS, of New Orleans, THE ACCIDENT, of North America, THE EQUITABLE (Life.) LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE X.sisiIli-iliiiioiit SSontli. G, S. Hacker A Son r fx1 3 MANCFACTUREliS OF Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings AX I) RUILDING MATERIAL. ! Established in ls4;. j Office and Warerooms, King-, ouposite Can- 1 non street . j E. M. HACKER, Proprietor, j Charleston, S. C. ! Buy direct from the Factory and save doal ; crs' prolits. FRESH MEAT MARKET Oldest Establishment in Town BEST OF NEW YORK BEEF AXD KENTUCKY MUTTON A LWAYS OX HAND, DRESSED POUL 2. try received daily. Call at the old stand on Lemon street A. W. 3IANN DE BARY-BAYA Merchant's Line ST. JOHNS RIVER STEAMERS. CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL ya OXE OF THE STEAMERS OF THIS LIXE will leave Jacksonville daily, from wharf foot of Laura street, at 2:20 p. m. PALATKA, ASTOR, SAX FORI), EXTERPRISE And All Inteumkdiate Landings South of Palatka. Will make close connection with all Rail Lines for POTXTS IX THE INTERIOR, And with all steamers at Sanford for POINTS OX I XI) I AX RIVER. Returning, leave Enterprise at and San ford on arrival of Train, arriving at Jackson ville EARLY XEXT MORXIXG, Makinj? close connection with Rail and Steam Lines for all points NORTH, EAST AND WEST. For all points between Jacksonville and Pa latka, take one of the Steamers leaving daily, Sundays excepted, at 9:30 a. m. ' The through 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 Boats. CHAS. R. FENWTCK, General Passenger and Ticket Agent. W B. WATSON, General .Manager. The Philadelphia Times. 1 THE PHILADELPHIA TIMES, 18S4. The Times will enter upon the new year stronger and more prosperous than ever be fore in its history more widely read and quoted, more heartily commended, and more fiercely criticized, with a more complete or ganization, and an able ssotf of contributors and with the same independence and fearless ness that has made it successful and iowerful in the past. The 1'imes 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 right, to honest government, and the pub lic welfare. And, while maintaining its posi tion as the leading journal of Philadelphia, it will aim to be continually in the advance in all that can add value to a newspaper. The value of a newspaper is not in its size or display, but in the intelligence and care, the conciseness and freshness with which it is edited. The Times spends lavishly for news from nil parts of the world, but all its dis ! patches are carefully edited and condensed, in I order to give the complete news of the day in the most uttneise and attractive shape, ani witn h a large variety of entertaining ami instruc tive reading. The best writers at home and abroad are employed to enrich its columns, and to make it a journal adapted both to the ! busy ir-in and to the leisure ot the home cir ; cie.'a welcome visitor to intelligent and honest I citizens of every political, religious and social i taste. ! The Weekly Times is altojrether different from the weekly newspapers of twenty years ago. The day of those papers have gone by. Tlie telegraph and better local newspapers everywhere, especially in the thriving centres of rural population, have made the old weekly metropolitan newspaper unsatisfying. Those that cling to their ancient usasres have lost their hold on our forward-moving people; they are but shadows of their former greatness, and thev have but a shadow of their former power. Those iwpers have had their usefulness, but it is gone: and, with it, they are going, too. It was not the fault of the papers: it was the im provement of the country that brought about thechanire. Men and women, wherever they live, now require fresher news; and they re quire more than news. The Weekly Times gathers off the types of every passing week whatever has lasting in terest to the people at large, and sets it before them in such generosity of paper and print as would have astonished us all twenty yeorsasro. DAILY Twelve cents a week, tifty cents a month. Sti ft year, two cents a copy. SUNDAY Four cents a copy, $2 a year. WEEKLY One copy, g2 a year ; live copies,. SSa vear; ten copies, 15 a year; twenty cop ies Sij a year, with one copy free to thegetter up of every club. THE TIMES, .: ; Philadelphia. t,u i to L. THE IMIo:i?Lg::oe DPlxaic-nn acy KSTABLISIIED 1 O. Corner Lemon ami Front SrtJ.,' - - IVVlATKA, lIV Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Day and Night. FRESH DRUGS! FRESH -RECEIVED 1 PHARMACY. AU orders filled promptly and at bottom prices. PRESCRIPTIONS com pounded at all hours by experienced Druggists. E. T. Hi ardware, Crocke HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, HARNESS, SADDLES & MIXED PAINTS 1LXJ3I15IING, TITXIVirS'G 1I1M2 iriTT'IIS'CS Executed on short notice l?alntsi, BRADLEY'S FERTILIZERS If !. GEORGE E. WILSON, Stitti Agent, No. 15 West Ray street, J A CK SON V1LLE FLO R I DA . SOLUBLE PACIFIC GDANO COMPANY'S irangeBrani For Garden or Grove. Guaranteed Analysis on Every Barrel. Manufactories: Boston, Mass., and 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. O'KEEFE & M'KINLAY, " Machinists, Boilermakers and Blacksmiths. IEPAIRIXG SPECIALLLY ATTEXIH3I) V to. Xew and second hand machinery bought and sold. Engineers supplies cheap. Corner Re id and Second streets. HARRY HEATH Practical Watchmaker g Engraver CAN FURNISH ANY WATCH MADE 20 per cent lower than any house in the state. Call and see. Can be found at the music store opio8ite 1st. John's Hotel, Lemon street, Pa latka, Florida. MEAT AND FISH MARKET ! W. 15. CROSS, (At Smith's old Stand.) Water Street,. - - Palatka, Florida. Fresh Meats and Fish always on hand. NOTICE OF SALE. TN ACCORDANCE WITH AN ORDER OF X the County Court in and for Putnam coun ty, Florida, bearing date April 4, ls4,' I will sell at public outcry on May 5th. Inst, being the first Monday of said month, within the le gal hours of sale, at the Court House in Palat ka, for cash, the following real estate, belonging- to the minors Mabel L. Webb and Clara L, Webb, being in said county and state, and comprising so much of lots No. 19, private sur vey, in Sec. 12. T. 13, Range 25 east, as remain ed unsold after deed Februafy 9, I81ti. of Thompson and Webb to George E. Marvin. Also a part of Section 41, T. 13. S. R. j E., bought at sheriff's sale in July, 1874. a portion having been sold to George E. Marvin, leing the remnants of the said two lots of land and containing about nine acres of land, more or less. Dated this, April 4, 18L E. S. CRILL, Commissioner. DRUGS! FRESH DRUGS! DAILY AT- -A- ItT IE . and on reasonable terms. ITloiilii. Florula Southern Itailway. Tlio Oraiifre Bolt I?oiit. OFFU K Sri'KKlNTKXOKNT, " I Pauatka, March , 1SS4. GOING SOUTH. STATIONS. Lv Palatka Ar I nterlachen "- Wait's Crossing. . . " Gruel le " Micauopy " Eoehbio " Reddicks " oca la " North Lake Weir. " Smith Lake Weir. Ar Leesbury- M A 1 1. X':(K) P M :.') " ;S::j0 " o:.Vi " i;:l() " 4:.") " 5:44) " ti:40 i (i:.Mt " Acom'd'tn H.IKI a m" !l:.T " 11:1-' " 11:54 " 1:44 I'M t;::i". " S:Jl " GOING XOHTIL S TATIONS. i m v 1 1, AcomM'tn " 7 : 00 am" h:.Vi " Lv Lecslmrg Ar South Lake Weir. . " North Iike Weir.. " OcaJa " Reddicks " Lbchbie " Micanopy " (Jruelle " Wait's Crossing. . . . '' Iiiterlacheu Ar Palatka MM) a H:d7 ' S:l'.t ' M 1:4.1 1:-M !:I0 3:1 4:48 (1:01 I M 10:,") TRAI XS A Itlii V I", AT GAIN ES V 1 LLE l-om Palatka, ( v:M a m and Ocalaand 12:.'i0 p m Le'shurir. 4:,'a " From Micanopy 7:4r a m TRAINS LEA V K I N KSVl l.LK." For Palatka, " "T H.ik) a m and Ocalaand f H.iMpm Leeshurg. ;;:mi ,, M For Micanopy f,:(Ni v m MICA NOP V. Train leaves at. : a m I ram arrives at (i.p) , y, First-class car tliruuflh 1 "rom " Paint ka " tc" Gaiti(s ille on ail trains. CON X I-X'T ION S. At Palatka with Jaeksom iUe, Tampa & Key West Ry, fast river steamers for St. Au gustine, Green Cove Springs, Jacksonville and all points North, East and West, and with lip river steamers for South Florida. ANc with the Twin Screw Iron Steamer "City of Palatka," for Charleston, Xew Vork, Most on Philadelphia, etc. At Wait's Crossing with Peninsular Railroad for Waldo. At Gainesville with Transit Railroad for Cedar Key, Pensacola, Xew Orleans and Tarn- I'"- 1 At Ocala with Transit Railway and Hacks' for Silver Springs. At Leesburg with boats on Lake Ilaris for points on Lake and alomr St. Johns and Lake Eustis Railway. Al-o with Graham's Hacks for lirooksville, Sumterville and all iwints in South Florida. S. C 1XANT, JAS. T). HOLLTSTER, General Manager. Superintendent. O. W. liROMWELL, U. T. F. iil'.A. WE M0S T MA TURAL AND SUBS TAN TIAL Orange Tree FiQ Im portaiit QuckI ions: T0 YOU DESIRE A STEADY, HEALTH- ' iui, vigorous growth, Uo you desire Clean Rhiout Fhlit? Then buy and apply Presbrey's Drayton Island Marl. Every arson's fruit where It has been ap plied are clean, luscious and bright. RelVi encc bj- pcrmission: Hon. J. W. Tucker, Judge W. A. Cocke, A. C. Martin, N. J. Stenstrom, Charles (i roves and many others have demon strated its excellent qualities, and we now of fer it to the public with perfect confidence. Price per ton, or eight barrels, on pier head Drayton Island, flu: or at City Wharf, San ford, Fla., U per barrel, 1.75. All orders filled C. O. D. Address. A. A. PRESRREY & CO.. Sanford. Fla. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. i LL CLAIMS AGAINST THE ESTATE OF IV S. H. Demont must be presented as pre scribed by luw or this notice will be pleaded in bar. And nil parties concerned will take notice that six months from the date hereof I will ask for my final (iischarge from such administration before the county judge for Putnam county, Florida. C. A. KNOWLTON Ap . Administrat r. 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