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THE DAILY NEWS.
CORRESPONDENCE Solicited on ail interesting topics throughout the state. We will be especially gratef ul for all local items of interest to the public. News sent by wire should be abbreviated when prac ticable, and sent after 6 o'clock, p. m address ed to PALATKA DAILY SEWS. AGENTS FOR THE NEWS. The following gentlemen are the authorized atfcntsofTiiEl'ALATKA Daily am Wkkkly News, In their several localities: V 11 . DeWitt, San Mateo. W. C. Valentine. Nashua. C. S. Packard, Welaka. K. Nb Hard, Norwalk. J 12 Marshall, Fruitland, Fla. J 1 McCalhim, Orange Mills, Fla. A. li. Hartlett, Georgetown. Daniel Darling, Drayton Island. E. E. Hurley, Lake George. J. L. Iturton, Crescent City. J. (J. Strickland, Interlachen. A. Munroe, McMeekin. Wm. C. Hraddoek, Seville. J. S. Cowdon, St. Augustine. H. A. Vofrelbach, Melrose. PALATKA, FLA., MAY 24, 1884. Tlie laily N'cm-h Can be purchased at F. . COCH KANE'S NEWS STAN I), at the Post Ollice. Tlie News Oillcc. The office .if The Daily Nkws is located on Water stree t, in the new building next to In id's general store. T)AiiiY wi:ather report. The thermometer uf the Moraine Pharmacy rcifitered yesterday 74 degrees at 7 a. in.; Hii decrees tit 12 in. and 7 degrees at H p. in. ltonriliiu: "Vt I'OS. I a member that . (. , , vii:i the best West, n j; price by Win. 1". -i-Kt iAi. Notice... iht'tihe barber shojis . o:i Su nday commencing f .ii th'-'i" notice. id ways be supplied i, the lowest possi- is hereby riven i ka will be closed 2T)th, 1S4, until l';tiH Milk. We av pre .it-ed to furnish 1 rt ih milk at 10 c -. penpiart. Also by i, .-la-s at live cents pt-i- glass. H. A. Meter & Co, Wi: '.Forward keeps a full stock of Lake nil times. Delivered free within city i . win. Furnished rooms with or without i i at the honse lateiy occupied by Mr, it chanlson. corner First and Kailroad streets. A:s table lioard. H. ft. Lnsseter the cheap grocer Cor. Lemon &. Third Sts. Good table board I at reasonable rates, also a few rooms at Mrs. McClellan's, Episcopal Par sonage, Pront and Madison streets. If you want good groceries, and cheap gro ceries go to li. r. Lasseter, and you can got them at your own prices. The Family Store i9 now well supplied with ail seasonable fancy and staple family sup- 'ies, fruits, vegetables etc., best of flour, ' IwMiuet creamy butter," etc. K. K. Hr.ii. 15.(1. Lasseter says he is bound to sell his groceries, if he has to sell at the people's prices. To Til K Pitiujc Mr. Lewis does not. deliver bi '.'ud i'.i-us any more, Mr. Goodson will de liver it lu future himself. Kespect fully. IlENKY A. Mkykh i Co. If you want a good barrel of Hour, or any thing in the grocery line, go to 11. (!. Ijtsseter and you are sure to find it. Money to loan on first-class security. In nui'eof JCIIOETHOMreON. My Choiee Stock of Family Can (loods, and ue new brands always introduced to please - customers of "The Family Store." The Haknett HorsE, SAVANNAH.- Visitors to Savannah. Ga.. will find the Harnett House i comfortable and desirable stopping place, .vherc the uniform excellence of the table is a ubjeet of general remark, while ihe price is ;ily $2 per day. Chicago National Hotel Ke tirter. Full line of paints always on hand at L. '.cjer's paint store. Sign painting and carriage painting a spe cialty at L. Meyer's paint store. Fresh up-river Oranges, very fine quality, received every day. at Tomkins & Weeks, tin .he wharf. At the Putnam Pharmacy, Ncroli Cologne, prepared from a choice recipe. Odcnta, an excellent preparation for the teeth. Recom mended by the liest dentists. Prescriptions compelled with absolute accuracy at all hours ot the day and night. First-ehu-s Groceries, at very low prices, are lieing sold rt McLaury & Co.'s new store. Wehii & Nit-nous are the agents at Palatka for all lands and lots at Welshton. Those wishing lots nnr the depot, at first price, must apply soon. Step Into Webb &, .Nichols and take a look at ihe plat. "Garden Dist." Complete Exterminator of insects, worms, moths, mites etc. Use it freely in your groves, flower and vegetable gardens, fowl-yard etc. Put up in 10 lb pack ages, always to b had at "The Family Store." a. it. itEiD. Melrose. In the deep woods, long lief ore the day f railroads had tl iwned on Florida, the ich lands iv.. Li":ht lakes, the sunny elusion anu vr iant slopes of Melrose ul attracted t li ity and quiet iieople hardly c. r i what cotmty their es were si i ami dwelt in poace- . lossession o: age grove and farm, m" the number of h the Florid lers increase braced parts vie the Melros N'ihv the citizens he lieautiful town r counties, and School possible, 'ing to discover ong, and Put- : v 'tich count J' tlu. '.u ., Clay, Bradford a i Alachua are n wooing the shy bea,.,y. The conse I v is that the citizens are Iteginning o i . k Melrose is the world and each of he nt 'ghlors are foreigners who detract 'o .he dignity of their principality hy ; -, uipts at interference. ihit for the fact that they are still par tially isolated, Melrose would make of herself the capitol of an independent na tion; however her ambtissadors to the Florida Southern potentates urge with much force that they have a rich country in a nourishing condition, and point with significant linger to these figures: Im ports for the last three months 572,tX)0 pounds of merchandise. Exjxrts in farm products, vegetables, etc., alut the same. Palatka must join, and use all her in rhience with the Florida Southern man agement to open up a new country which h,:s hitherto l en dependent on Jackeon ville. Dr. YogelUich favored us with a all on yesterday and gave us many rea lms to show that Palatka and Melrose should le no longer separated when they could so easily be bound together by ties of lasting friendship and business in terests. jilO Reward. Ten dollars reward will le paid to any one that will buy five dollars' worth of Groceries from B. G. Lasseter, and can eonscienciously say he failed to get his noney worth. CITY NOTES. Leap year has at last arrived, And we shall leap with joy To see a girl hang o'er the gate And fondly squeeze a loy. And then to his heroic girl How horrid it will seem To hear the hoy say "Quit, you hateful, You naughty thing Ice cream." Mr. J. S. Cowdon, of St. Augustine, is in the citv. Men sometimes get fearfully economi cal in the use of the truth. " Meyer & Co.'s sweet milk is first-class, and is alxmt the best drink a man can swallow nowadays. Another side track is being laid at the J., T. & K. AV. Railroad, to accommo date the freight busines at this point. "Bye-bj'e, love' he murmured, as he started down to his office, in the morning. And she did she now wears the hand somest Ijonnet in the city. A Mr. Phillips was liefore the Mayor yesterday, on a charge of ' -drunk and disorderly." lie was fined 5 and costs, and will improve the apjiearanco of our streets to the worth of that amount. Messrs. Devereaux, Rogero & Son are having their storage rooms, next to The News office, handsomely finished off. Our side of town is getting tony; but then we shan't brag about it. Col. ( '. A. Boardman, an opponent of Colonel Bisliee for the Republican Con gressional nomination, was in the city hist night. Alachua Advocate. Is that so? AVhy were the citizens of Palatka left in ignora nee ? Mr. John AV. McRae, of Melrose, who had the misfortune to get his nose and foot broken in the recent railroad smash up near Gainesville, we are glad to learn, is improving surely but slowly. Hope he will soon be enjoying his usual health. The ladies of the city are requested to meet at the residence of Mrs. S. J. Ken nerly on AVednesday evening, May 28lh, for the purpose of arranging for a grand ball to be given for the !enefit of the Gem City Guards. A large attendance is desired. "You can do anything if you have pa tience," said an uncle who had made a fortune, to his nephew, who had nearly spent one. "AVater may be carried in a sieve, if you only wait." "How long?" asked the penitent spendthrift. "Till it freezes," was the cold reply. A Hat tie Flag. One of the relics of the late war, which fair hands guard reverently, and which to brave men bring a thousand recollec tions of other days, is in possession qf Mrs. AVinegar, of Palatka. TJnder it men have laughed gaily in all the aban donment, of camp-life and have died grimly with face to the foe and made no sign. It is only a shield in the centre of a red field ; across which run white bars, filled with stars, but the shield lx'ars the inscription: 1st and 3rd Florida. Above is written Shiloh, Santa Rosa, Perryville, Farmington, Murfreesboro. On the left, Dallas, Marietta, Peach Tree Creek, Jonesloro, Atlanta. On the right, Chickamauga, Jackson, Mission ary Ridge, Dalton, Resaca. The cloth is tattered and torn; the stars are dim; but the sound of these names will echo down the ages, and hearts which gave toil and blood to up hold this will never fail when the nation needs. The call of duty will ever be to such men the voice of God ; and he who faltered in the fight or failed his people afterwards is alone unworthy of the blessings of peace. That bit of cloth is sacred the blood of heroes have hal lowed it, and lost hope has bathed it in the hot tears of strong men despairing; it has seen men Ixmnd fast in the chains of promises unwillingly given; and its blessed stars, could they see the light, would shine freely and gladlj again un der the one flag of a united nation which has learned self-resject and, therefore, justice to all " Furl it ; fold it Let it rest ! " A Tjare Cargo. The large schooner "Eleanor," Capt. A. F. Pool, arrived yesterday morning from AViscassett, Maine, after a voyage of thirteen days, bringing a cargo of 504 tons of ice for AAr. F. Forward's icehouse in this city. The Eleanor is the largest and most elegantly fitted schooner that comes up the St. Johns. She draws eleven feet of water, and just opjiosite Orange Mills, while lieing towetf up by the steamer Seth Low, she stuck in the sand, and the steamer was unable to pull her out. Mr. Forward Isuirded the little steamer Princess, and went down, and the two steamers pulled the schooner through two feet of mud for two miles, until the channel of the river was again struck. The schooner is now discharg ing her cargo of ice at Forward's ware house. Democratic Clubs. On May 17th the Democratic club at Georgetown was organized, with Joseph I licks as President ; R. A. Labree, A'ice President ; D. W Causey, Secretary and Treasurer. The club only numbers twenty now, but the roll will comprise fort names at next meeting. The club at Interlachen is doing good work, with a roll of fifty members, and Hon. Lott Allen as President. The Crescent City club will lie a po tent factor in the canrpaigri under the leadership of C. E. Dyke. AVhat is Palatka doing? Call for a Couuty ; Convention, at Pa-j TJr-ief Mem ion. latka, AVednesdaj'., June 11, IHHi. . , F A iiUlilix-r of prominent Democrat? i'i A Conservative Democratic Cenvention ( Masaelnetts hav withd-wr e ,n will be held at Palatka, Ju'ne 11th. at 12 i ,ln,t. f , , ' 1UIA"1U -a - o'clock m., for the purpose' of choosing j ; . Wl 'i;'.-tt' mm Congressional eight delegates and eight alternates to i "ti'ift to the National Convention b.. represent Putnam County at the .State j cause they refuse to accede to the una Convention,' which will be keld atPensa- j demanded, which reouhv hem 'o -l'- cola,- June 25th, 1834.' : ? j r ,. r, , 1 1 Also, to choW eight delegates and I fl G(1,,',;il J';UKT eight alternates to represent Putnam ! The whole. AVodern jn'on of Conntv .it tlie ( iniTPssiivnM 1 ( invention - . . i . of the Second District. The different precincts will bo entitled to the following representation, btised " - - . -- - - . . t ' . ujion the vote of 1S82 : Precinct No. 1 . . . . .1 i i o " 3''.". " 4... " " 5 " 0.. . 0 delegates. 4 : o o . . . .V) .... 4 " " 8 " 0 " 10 4 " 11 0 " "12 '.) ' " " v. :? " " " 14. . 2 " " " 15(part re maining in Put nam co.). 2 " Total 50 It is recommended that the precinct m"tings lo held on Saturday. June 7th, and that the chairmen of the various clubs arrange the time of meeting to in sure as full an attendance as possible. All precincts are urgently requested to elect full delegations, with alternates, that each precinct may be fully repre sented. "4. AVe would respectfully ask all conserva tive citizens, who desire the supremacy of our party m tlie btiite, to attend the pre cinct meetings, and aid in sending dele gates to the County Convention. L. S. Chill, Jos. Pkici;, S. J. Kknxkkly, ; ('oinniitt V. 1'. J- ORW.VRD Ar. II. AVKiG, A number of new suiiserdiers were added to our AVeekly list yesterday. Every. family in this section who cannot get the daily should have the weekly. A large eight- page paper, of forty-eight columns, full of news and miscellaneous matter and solid Democratic doctrines, for only $t a. year. 3111. DANA'S lilTTfil-; Ml XT, The Income of (lit N'otctI Xcw York Journalist $1100,000 a Year. ' WnHliiiifton Caiiital. I learn that Mr. Dana's income from that paper is not only princely but that it is exceeded only by that of Air. 1 ten net t. AVhen Air. Dana took hold of the Sun he made a contract with the trustees to edit the paper at a salary of $10,000 a vear. He had then some twentv shares in the paper. Said he: -Now, if the profits 01 tlie paper are large I unmet ought to have an interest in them out side of my salary, and I propose that all dividends above 25 per cent, shall be de vided, and that I have half." The stock holders, to whom a dividend of 25 pet cent, seemed not only very large, but very improbable, said: "Why, of course, if we declare any dividend over 25 per cent, you shall have one-half." "AVill you make a contract to that otfeet for ten years ?" said Air. Dana. The stock h ilders agreed, and the contracts were made. AVithin two years the paper paid over 50 per cent, and for a number of years has not paid less than SO per cent. The ten-year contract expired a year or two ago, and it was renewed, with this change, that Air. Dana gets one-half of all the dividends over 10 per cent. I hear, on the best authority, thai Air. Dana's share last year, including his salary, was $207,000. The Programme Oliaiiived. Boston Post. A year ago last fall President Arthur was invited to a banquet at one of Bos ton's popular hotels, and arrangements went so far that the bills of fare were printed before notice was given that other engagements and delays wouhl not permit the attendance of the Chief Mag- istrate, and the dinner fell tlirough. A month or two later, however, a dinner was given in honor of (leneral (irant ut the same hotel. The time for prepara- ,. ... ., , . , . . .. tion was a little short; but the Arthur bills of fa were taken from the shelf, and a little bronzing not only beautified them, but made them all right as to .,.., . .,.,.1 .1..4-... A.'... 1... .. .i .1,1; u.umvi .iiiti uiiLva. nun, tiie ieniin ooji- .r-.tlon i to l.o .liel.nrtre.l The 1, 'mwa mens endorsement of the President T ... . x, -v- i called at ( iKier Institute, New ork, was intended a month or two ago to ap- ply to (Jeneral Urant. That arrangement fell through for reasons unnecessary to enumerate, and Arthur is the heir to the ' unexploiletl lxom. (irant ate Arthur's . . ., . , , . banquet; Arthur gets (.rant s boom. As usual, we think tirant received more than he returned. Perhaps the most curious battalion in any army is the Norwegian corps of skaters. These corps are composed of picked men, armed with rifles which they use with great precision. The skates used are admirably adapted for traveling over rough and broken ice and frozen snow, lieing six inches broad ami be tween nine and ten inches long. The soldiers can lie maneuvred upon ice or over the snow fields of the mountains with a rapidity equal to that of the best trained cavalry. As an instance of the speed they can go, it is stated that a mes senger attached .to the corps has accom plished 120 miles in eighteen hours and a half, over mountainous country. Dr. Ernest Hart lias leen visiting Najilfs, and descriles it in the Briti.-li Medical Journal as the dirtiest, ragedest and most squalid city in Europe, and one whose tax-paying population is hut ti XH) jierstns out of a total numlier pf 50,OX). ' , i ii i i i i si '( ' I O t I. i t . t .nm . n , , I : . ! . ! U n ,: .. r , ' 'v " iU1 ! mlhMll ' -J- H.v:.tt Smith, of i Brooklyn. Sumlay. adding : '-.Live mis- i sionanes must lx? sent there. It won't do to send fools. I myself came back after leing there'three' weeks." A French. military journal savs tl::t'. out of the 2.:;th'UM'U'M!0 francs voted .sine 171 for extraordinary w ar c.-,-)-oidiluiv. y to. 000.0' 0 francs are -till uiidlsbnr-,..! j ani1 it sugg-st that the uncxpciTded pan ! of the appropiiali.m should be cance!.-d. j as the -ork is done. j Ganibetta one--, while boating on the iiciiiL. i.iiim ,1 cold Whlcll i.,; ilammation of the larynx and whiclt was never cured, and this it is said afterward added much loin's oratorical triumphs, giving to hisiice those hoarse pounds which his admirers compared to ihe roar ing of t bunder. A corrct.Mndent, who has passed some years in Pus.-ia, states that in the villa.v of 'e Ita, in the St. i'etersl eminent, an old woman is living who has just attained her l:ie-th birtliday Th.e old lady is in the njovmor.t of i;,,,, ! ! health, but conqihiin-! of her dcafn; Her hair is slill long and plentiful, con sidering her age. She has oiuihed tln'e -husbands, and has had a. family of nine teen children, nil of whom are now dead, the last one to die being a daught-'r of ninety-three. She lives with one of l,; , great -gran i hi' dren, a man of iii't. Of tlie 22 .ooo registereil voter.-, in New York City, but ll.sfM admit that th:waiv liable for taxation on personal propertv. The total assessed value of nersonnl i-nm- : ertv in Xew York Citv ist ear, on the opening of the books oefoiv the proee-s of swearing-oil" began, was :-2, 10,N22, 1)24, but this sum dwindled to slfil ,00o, 00(1 when the owners were separ.iielv called upon. Jay (.?ould paid on S10O.1 000 only, the James Lenox estate on $l,000,noo, the .Astors on $:i.ooo.o(jt), :,Jrs. E. D. Alorgau on $500,000, ;ind Miss Catharine AVolfe on sh'iO.tioo. There are 1 12 prisoners accused of be longing to U secret association (ailed ihe Maf'ia. on trial at Catania, llalv. Thc.;r object seemed to he equally dividt d be tween revenge and brigandage, 'there are 1510 witnesses, and as there is no Court 1 MLl- elloii-di to ei.iria -e i , I . m ;V ii- i:i j Ca(;mt ia he , rial is to be held in the ltenedict ine clinn li. Aleasured 1 ican standards, a trial like lai A li iej--ollght. for the sake of decency, to take Sev r;! years, and (hen -fore some interest at tache's to the question of its duraiio:. It will probably lie found, however, that it will tak insider; raol iiaie than our best per fora noes. J. H. MERRYDAY, HOUSE AND SIGH PAINTER, Corner Oak and Fourth Streets. FLORIST & LANDSCAPE GARDENER l.AK'CK YAIMKTV or i'Ai.IS, UAilE J. J';SC ItMil Selili-'ri-OJ.Ii ;;l I'irii'i- lli , . e , , , . i const;! ni I.N' en !i: in!. ( " .1 1 - : r:,! nc, -s ii;, -, - !. l-'renl street, n,-t i !!anU, li'KA, !"l . WILLIAM F. FORWARD, AM I'KI'HT i oil Hay, Gra-n, Feed, Limp, Piaster, DIMCK. fK.MKNT. LATH. r.U R-'lalililie.l in 1.-'M. ,',-,V !!;: k k. I'r'.nf t!i ir wh-.n-! , 1. LA'l'K A, i- l.A. i p, . . , u,. . " jtat8lli6nt Of 30 cyt t'itRCSS! j FULL PA JiTIt 'II LAKS I N NEXT IsSUK L5ll(, nrsiir.bS ok fiifAlx. .l, , mnf I nl 01 Hay, i:r;ni nci (oeuu.i red , u receivcil this -week, frc-h :uii in fioo.l enie,- j to be soi.i at prices i.nv as ii yoiMisj,;! i,( "ri' 1 - i ". roravA m. Wasiiinstton Hand Press for Sale. ! ... ... 0 ; c i til , -r 1 ir sa te . ui" li.-sv .-ce ! Ha ml 1 're. inclinhii- mas, 1 i II V:,-ilinfi- iile unl fin it ! thirty las wiii take sI-.'."M-uh. the vr ; i pmvhaseu new tluve veais, !..i.-i. tin. I has t-een j j,,.,t i.n-en.. vh u run easily. Aidre Tins Aiwocatk. iaiiu svillc, F'.a. j iii viO'I'D 'rni)V vnTU P j iVl'ji L L I I Ul iUi ILL. i 1 I A4v,,N(i. ,HKP n LV K AUVIVA) . ill A'lltiilu-t rator ni t nc '-!..! ol .Ii ,-eph I !. 1 Maun, I hereby require anelaiuiHjui.l .lciaan.:5 , allill.-t Sit hi et-iie !! be ec--lllcil as lire- MTrii,e,i by law, e,- n-. ti.-i- iil u- ,.!..ic-d , '.' 1,ai': .;,J' 'u :'!'!v;- iM'' "-'ieil to make ( lli 111' ' 1 i.l I i' tiiiii' it. t I lli' UIIU'IM'-'HCM. A. V. MANX, A.immistra F. C. COCHRANE fflluMtl i: AMI M.'i Alt. BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER AN1 l.K.VI.KU l.N FISHING TACKLE, FINE CIGARS Klnrlihi 'nrloi t ies. Florida Maps, Books, Canes, &c ; p,ist-iili e IJiiHiIina-, Front Stif-t and next i th.or S4mh, ! PALATKA. - - - FLORIDA. 8 ml I ft U 1 Ihtll LT3 S FRESH ARRIVALS. mats, Lawns, And all the Latest and Most. Desirable and Popular makes in STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS. To K I'.km' with Hie ;i-ovili of ourCit.v ami tlio 1 'ni inual S i mj :i; ,' ,!, rri-;il in t liix Io l;!,l' I v' have added Inrely t r p km as oariy as this in the season, have already duplicated our KWfW QDDINA- ADM?D0 v ni t ill ci-ceh i Ilix vI n n w supply ol'tlM Very Latest in Dress Goods, Laces, Hamburgs, Bushings, Trimmings and Millinery. ALSO F1FTV CASKS FINK SIIOKS. DEVEBEUX. ROGERO & SON. D SSTOH PURG FLORIDA LAND AND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. iiAMI'I'tiN" l;s.i'i)X, I',-, .1. J. I I N N I-:, V it e-rresi. si.'.ctit. ait. LANDS FOR SALE AT GOVERNMENT PRICE OF $1.25 PER ACRE. in i:!,n ;:s ok .nut i.kss than m Nei: jiuuk than mu ackks. WITHIN SIX MILES OF RAILROAD LINE, PRICE $2.50 PER ACRE. 'riir.SK, NIS !N( !,T iK Al.l, AJtlKl IKS OK UPLAND AND LOWLAND AND A It K 1. a'l:il1e1 , lining-:-, l.i iskuis, Linus. Kine-Apples, llamiiiiuis, Siiwrar-t "afTe, l-Uirly VeKCtnliifP. i lc. ai'l lire t liietly in t lie i-uuiil ie el" Si . Julius, Volusia, Urevanl, Oraiiye, Suniler, Ievy !i rniMi.io. Ilillsiioi-iiiiuli, Pulk. MaiiKlcc itinl Monrnh. Our 1 .:t ii - .! i c sell inii i a piiiiy. Tliniaiiils of settlers luivo Infilled en 1 hem ilnriiijf thepii-il -i i n H : 1 i i I in net .ielay if yen want t lieni at present Lew I'riees. Slock el thi- eeini iiny will Le reeeivel at I ."i.iHi per share ill iiayinent for Imnl Uit Hli il in t ,;. :tei ! .nilie --, el illu : i er in-! v. Kor furl Iht informal imi apply lit the olliee ol tiii'coiii- I'-i'iy- W. "I". I'OISIJIS!-, Laml Cenniiissioncr, Jacksonville, Kin. ft H'X HE! H ttti m i M i.i il M tS isa lis An Unadulterated Natural Guano, imported direct into Savan nah, GaM from ths Grchilla Islands in the Carribbean Sea, by Tra vers, Snsad & Co., of Hlchmond, Va. Ve are now offering this High Grade Fertilizers to ths Planters and Orange Growers of Florida, feeling confident that it is just the thing they need, hav ing stood i' ; test side by side with the best Fertilizers in the market for a number of years, and continues to grow in popu larity wherever it is used. ORDKiiS I'KO.Mi'T li)iM, i ters SAVE FROPI 25 hy n avis' o vorit a 3 S V? SJV K M vriTIl ABSOLUTE ArcUKACV FROM THE CHOICEST mported and DomeGtic Pharmaceutical Preparations -AT PUTNAM USE jEsTOILTIE Ill T 'LASSETTER'S CHOICE.' -Tin: i5i:?-iT FAMILY- FLOUR, B.- G. LASSETTER, LEMON ST., PALATKA, FLA. HI JOL Muslins, Cambrics B b w ha C3 "13 O C IsZ. HASE-4,000,000 Acrs T. II. ASUrilV, Trensuror. U. SAI,INUi:j. Set i.-nuy. S U 4 W 8H 18 V KILLKD AND INFORMATION KKUNIH KD ON AI'PLWWTION ItV s. ii. hovail .v t;o.. Agents, AVatt-r street, l'ALATKA, J"LOHID TO 50 PER CENT- osiipouncletl TDK PHAR MACY. ! FACTS 'WORTH KNOWING ! That we have not opened a eiirriasre reposito ry for the jiuriKiist? tif sc-llinsr tiff a lot of cheap Koods, but it is a fact that we have opened a re pository for the salo of irst-elass koo1.s, wt have come to st:ty itnl intenil U make our re ixisitory a credit to Palatka and old Putnam county. Our stock c" insists of ladies' carts la flies' ph;eton, end fiirinir and Bide-bar top buir ries, farm ami express wagons and carts of J. 11. DEY'3 MAKE, JACKSOXXlLLi; platform sprinif wagon, Wutcrtown trrocers' watrons two-horse pearinsr, lumber Rearing broad tire. .Harness of all grades, poles, shaft halters, whijis. All our goods are warranted to lie just what we recommend them to be Give us a call and see that we mean business' FARRAR & JONES, MElUiYDAY-3 DUILDLNG, Lemon BtreJt, Opposite Court House