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-COKIIESPOXIH-JXCE Solicited on all int resting tjj U s throiiirhout the state. We will ); especially trruefu! for all local items of interest to the public. News sent by vvire should be abbreviated when prac ticable, and sent alter G o'clock, p. m., address ed to PALATKA DAILY NEWS. AGENTS FOlt THE NEWS. The following Kenllenieii are the awlhorized a ents of TllF. I'ALATKA DAILY AMI Wf.KKI.Y N kws, in their several localities: W. 11. IK-Witt, San Mateo. W. C Valentine. Nashua. C. S. Packard, Welaka. It. M. Hard, Norwalk. .1 i: Marshall, Fruitland, Fla. .1 1 .McCailuni, Oranjre Miii.s, Fla. A. 15. Uartlett, Georgetown. Iianiel Darling, Drayton Island. K. E. Hiley, Lake George. .). L. IJuiton, Crescent Cily. " J. C. Strickland, Interlachen. A. Munroe, Mc.Meckin. Win. ('. Bntddock, Seville. .1. S. Cowdon, St. Augustine. II. A. Votfelbaeh, Melrose. PALATKA, FLA., MAY :(, 181. Tins Iully TVtsVK be purchased at F. C. C'OCII ItAXE'S 'an N EWS STAN 1), at the Post Ollice, rriio Xcm'w OiII-o. The ollice .if The Daily Nkws is located on Wnter street, in the new building next to field's jreneral store. DAlIiY WEATHEIl liEl'OUT. The thermometer at the Moraine Piiarma'-y r-K'sU-red yesterday V.i decrees at 7 a. in.; KJ decrees atl:J m. and iV'i decrees at 0 p. m. 1 tMil inj rs'otI;ew. Fok Sale. A thorough-bred Guinea cow. Took first premium at the Statu lair, Jackson ville, in February. A pply at the N KWtf ollice. Notick Is hereby jriven to tax payers of Put nam county that the undersigned will be ut. Wchika on Monday and Tuesday t he tit h and lilt h days of .1 one nex t for the purpose of as sessing the State and Cnunly tax for the year a. d. Rsl. J. W. Woods, Ta x Assesss ir. At Georgetown, Thursday and Friday the 1:2 ami fi days of June, At Crescent Cily on Thursday and Friday the If. and 17. A! Conio Thursday and Friday I'.l and KI June. San Ma ted Monday and Tuesday SSandt. Orange Mills Thursday and Friday 'M and .'.'7. FlltsT UK TDK Skaso.v. --Just, received at "The Family Store" Peen-to Peaches. K. K, Kki u. A schooner loaded with a cartro of Mriek and Hay, will arrive one day this week for Win. F. Forward. A full stock of (irain, Feed, etc., til ways on hand. Wm, F. Forward has just r hundred tons of Lake Ice. wit hiu city limits. ccived over live Delivered free Win. F. Forward keeps a fullslockof Lake be at all times. Delivered free w it h in city limits. ISoAIM). - Furnished rooms with or without board, at the house lateiy occupied by Mr, Itichanlson, corner First and Ha ili oad si reets. Also table board. The Family Store is nuw well supplied wit h all seasonable fancy and staple family sup plies, fruits, vegetables etc., best of tlour, "boquet creamy but ter," etc. It. K. Kt 1 11. My Choice Stock of Family Can Goods, and some new brands always introduced to please the customers of "The Family Store." The II ahnktt IIocsk, Savannah. Visitors to Savannah, ia., will liud t he Ha melt House a comfortable and desirable stopping )lace, where t he uniform excellence of the table is a subject of Kencral remark, while the price is tally per day. Chicago National Hotel Re porter. First-class ( ' rocrries, at very low prices, are iioiiifr sold at Mcbaury Co.'s new store. Wi:iuiA Nichols are the utrents at Palatka for nil lands and lots at Welshton. Those wishing lots near the depot, at lirst price, must apiily soon. Step into Webb & Nichols and take a look at t lie plat. " i a itbKN 1 ii's r." - -Complete Exterminator of insects, worms, moths, mites etc. I'se it freely in your proves, llower and vegetable irardcns, low l-ya id ct c. l'ut up in to lb pack ages, always to Ik- had at "The Family More." K. it. Ueiu. Tin Ladies and the 3lililaiy. We gave a full account of the organi zation of the Gem City Guard some weeks ago. The members of the com pany are earnest and enthusiastic; hut the ladies of Palatka have become inter ested now, and seem determined to do all that is necessary except the work of drilling. To this end, the parlors of Mr. S. J. Kennerlv, on the 28th, were filled with the fairer and more influen tial citizens of our city, who proceeded strictly to business. It was decided to give a grand ball for the benefit of the Guards, at Graham's Hotel, on the even ing of June 10th piox., and the business man is allowed only to signify his perfect readiness to do all his constant visitors require. Into the stores, the hiding places of hook-keepers, and the dingy editorial sanctum, there comes a rustle of silk, a bright smile and 1 he soft tones of a sweet woman's voice. There is a pleasant chat of half a minute, the work place grows dark again, and the slaw of business is amaxed to realize what he has promised. But we will give the names of those who have the atiair in charge, tlial our readers may reaVize what is in store for them : President Mrs. S. J. Kennerlv, Secretary Mrs. V. O. Woltz. Treasurer Mrs. Charles II. Pent. Committee of Arrangements Miss Anita liogero, Miss Anice Hunter, Miss Iiillie D'Autrey, Miss Lizzie Gray. The ticket will admit to the refresh ment as well as the dancing rooms, and these ladies, with the gallant Guards to assist them, and their organization. "on the tloor in full force, will make this, the last ball of the season in Palatka. a bril liant success. The warriors of the Guards have the beauties of our city in alliance, offensive and defensive, and victory in any effort must be assured. For one night at least " Life will le all poetry And weariness a dream." The l'ut nam Pharmacy. We call attention to the new advertise ment of the lNitnam Pharmacy, situated on the comer of Front and Keid streets, which appears in our columns this morn ing. Everything in the drug line is kept at this pharmacy, and the prescription department is in careful and competent hands. It is one of the neatest and hand somest drug stores in the State, and we are glad to learn that its trade i so large. A Loggerhead. Mr. V. B. Cross had on exhibition yes terday at his market, a loggerhead, or sea turtle, that attracted much attention. His turtleship weighed seventy ounds, and will furnish several of our citizens with delicious soup for dinner to-day. Palatka Win Put nam to the Front. Jacksonville. May 20, 1 p. m. The Executive Committee of 2nd Congres sional District met at 11 a. m. in the office of A. W. Cockrell, Esq., according to call. Several locations for the con vention were discussed. Hon. Mr. Gas kins forcible presented the claims of Starke, and Senator Crill, of Putnam, those of Palatka. The committee retired for consultation, and on their return announced that the convention would lie convened on July 2nd at Palatka, 12 m. Decoration Day. Special to The News, St. Augustine, Fla., May 29. Ar rangements for the decoration of the graves of the "Blue and the Grey" have leen completed, and everything is now in readiness for the ceremonies to-morrow, when a large crowd is expected to he here. Excursion trains will lo run from Palatka and Jacksonville. Three hundred excursionists came in to day on the Transit Railway, and took in the sights of the city. Many will remain over for to-morrow. 0 A lighter was capsized at Daytona to day; could not learn what damage was done. The rumor of sunken steamer, tele graphed you last night, proved to ho false. J. S. C. CITY NOTES. We .are glad to see Hon. Chas. Dough erty, of Volusia, with us again. Harry Heath lias invented a folding gate to go on the end of his counter that is quite an ingenious contrivance. It consists of upright bars and walks some thing after the' manner of a folding hat rack. Use Odenta for the teeth, prepared only at the Putnam Pharmacy. The rumor current in Palatka and Gainesville that Maj. George P. Fowler, of the Florida Southern Railroad, had committed suicide in Ocala, is altogether without foundation. The joke has lieen serious, in that Mrs. Fowler is now sick in bed from the shock. We were informed last night that a broken rail on the F. C. & W. It. 11., be tween Ellaville and Live Oak, threw one of Leve & Alden's sleepers from the track and completely demolished the car. No one was hurt or other damage done save several hours delay of the arrival of the train fn Jacksonville yesterday. Capt. It. A. Labree is still making a boom in Georgetown; his mill is ready to furnish orange boxes to the foremost fruit county in the State, and his hotel is nearly ready for occupancy. Such men as this are making Florida grow out of Iter old clothes, and they will all vote the Democratic State ticket. The Captain comes from the North ; but lie is Florid ian all over now. Thos. Harris was fined by the Mayor ami cost for raising a racket at the colored Odd Fellow's ball the other night, and while Policeman Ryals was walking around with him to give him an oppor tunity to tret monev to pay his fine he made an effort to escape by jumping on an outgoing train, but the policeman also hoarded the train and re captured him. He now languishes in jail A negro woman named Lhza was also before the Mayor on a charge of dis t tiring the peace, which display of tem per cost her $5 and costs. That Flag of the 1st and 3rd Fla. We have received the following touch ing letter from one who followed the flag through tempests of shot and shell. He writes us that he read our description of the relic in its present condition witd dimmed eyes, and a heart filled with memories of the old life in bivouac anh on battle-iield. He was captured two days after Franklin light and saw the old Hag for the last time at Murfreeslioro, Under the shade of his orange trees the veteran lives the old time over again, and in dreams hears again the old cries and feels again the old thrill of joy and exul tation or the bitter shame of defeat ; but his letter is more eloquent than any words of ours can le : Editor Pai.atka Daily Nkws: It is unusual for me to do more than read the papers, but your account of the dear old Hag I followed so long awakens memories long hid and brings tears to eyes all unused to tender drops. God bless the hands that have cared for the folded relic, and the hearts which yet cherish lovingly the glories rolled in its folds ! On its four corners one name is omitted which nhould be placed there in letters of gold. Its old followers know that Franklin is not the least of the great struggles we have seen with that bit of loved silk for our guiding star. Its bearer, S. J. Spraulden, was captured near Atlanta, with the flag in his bosoin, and after his return proudly showed it to us, safe and sound. I can never forget the smile on his face or the cheers with which the regiment greeted the siirht of its emblem again, it seems almost impossible that I should have been unknowingly so near the flag under which I hare seen comrades fall and brothers die ; have felt the proud exul tation of victory and have bowed in the agony of defeat. Yours, very truly. One of the 3rd Florida. The assessment of property in Volusia county for 1SS4 will exceed $ 2,000, 000. This amount of course does not include those double assessments that swelled the assessment for 1SS3. THK COLLISI ON OF Till: 27TIT. The Body of .Mr. Hall Found. As the steamer Pastime was passing Buffalo Bluff on the evening of the 29th, about 5 o'clock, the body of Mr. E. R. Hall, of Boston, thrown overboard in the collision between the Anita and Princess, was found floating directly in the chan nel. It was taken on board and brought to Palatka, where the officers of the law took charge of it. The inquest will le held to-day at 9 a. m. The dispatch signed "Brandon" to the Times-Union in reference to the late col lision on the St. Johns, deals with sev eral statements which will probably Lie decided only in the courts. If the Prin cess gave two whistles, as ia now claimed, she must have expected that the Anita would slow down and allow her to run out into the river; if she gave only one, she should have kept near the shore. The account in the Herald is so vague and inaccurate that it need not le criti cised. Messrs. Lente, Mann and Miller kindly sought the editor of The Palatka News immediately on their arrival, even lefore Mr. Miller's wounds were dressed. They expressed anxiety that a truthful account should go before the public, and liefore writing a word we interviewed Captain Lucas, of the Princess, and ob tained all the information procurable in our city. Mr. Miller is a lawyer, lately from the North, who s associated in business with Messrs. Calhoun, Gillia it Calhoun, of our city. He was entirely without bias in the matter, and on his account we mainly relied in making our report. Colonel Mann was in the saloon of the Princess at the time of the collis ion, and had littlo opportunity for ob servation. William K. I-icnte, President of the Seville and Halifax Railroad, was not present. Mr. Miller read our article carefully, and expressed his perfect satis faction therewith. The points in dispute and which will decide the culpability of one party or the other, will be as to the signals exchanged and the jiossibility of following the usual rule of keeping to the right. The water at this point is very deep and the shores densely wooded, so that both boats could run quite ( lose to the bank, and neither could see the other until nearly in contact. Captain Lucas thinks the Anita was so close in shore that the Princess could not have passed on the inner side. Captain Bravo, of the Anita, requested a friend to give us his account, but our press was already locked, and no change could lie made. The gentleman, how ever, after reading our article, declared his perfect satisfaction therewith and ex pressed the opinion that the. facts were fairly and fully stated ; so that persons at a distance may consider our report as en dorsed by all parties concerned. 8t. Augustine. Excursinn. By reference to our advertising columns it will lie seen that an excursion wilh leave Palatka for St. Augustine this morning at 10:3.'), for the inn-poso of car rying all those who wish to attend the memorial exercises in that city to-day. Grand preparations have been made by the jieople of St. Augustine to make this reunion of the "Blue and the Grev" pleasant to all who may attend, and there will probably lie a large crowd in attendance. Tickets for the ronnd trip, good till Saturday evening, will be sold for one dollar. Palatka on the Itooni. St. Augustine, May 27, 1881. Editoh Palatka Daily News: During Friday, Saturday and Sunday, past, I passed some hours in j our city, and I desire your permission to give ffiy reflection and observation thereupon. In the first place I shall notice the ease and quickness by which we can travel. I left here on Friday at -1 p. m. via the safe and speedy St. Johns railway, of which Mr. F. M. Clark is G. P. A. and Mr. Geo. W. Morse is the polite ticket agent, and Mr. Lemon the kind conduc tor, for Palatka. At West Tocoi in fifty five minutes, and inside of live minutes Conductors Bently and Mahoney, of the J., T. & K. W. railway, each, backed down and pulled out with their lightning trains, the latter for the "Gem City'' of the St. Johns. Our run to my destination that night is made inside of iifty-hve minutes, so we are hardly two hours out from St. Au gustine to Palatka. The world moves, surely ! Secondly, I notice improvements going on all in and around Palatka. I saw many four, six and eight thousand dollar residences there. Benj. P. Calhoun has a lovely dwelling north of the Florida Southern railway, and so has Mr. W. F. Forward, and possibly I should not say that I saw one blemish to the elegant residence of Mr. J. S. Kennerlv, and that was a barbed wire around the top of a neat slatted fence. My companion ex pressed my sentiments exacth' when he said, "Oh, this barlied wire on top here is a blemish. It looks otherwise so love ly and yet this one thing appears so selfish." Yet I reckon it must have been put there to stop your flower vandals of which you wrote some time since. Of course I had a pleasant call at The News office, where I met Judge Vary and Mr. W. W. Randall, Business Mana ger of The News, who told me that Cnief Harrison was out "dishing clabber," and of course I knew what that meant. So had peace unto my for soul awhile. Lastly, the hard rain on Sunday at 3 p. m. was most refreshing and lasted in Palatka for about an hour, while here at 6 p. m. it was light and lasted only some fifteen minutes. J. S. Cowdox. A Trotter From Mr. Lento. EJitor Palatka Nkws. As I return from a day's work search ing for the IhxIv of my friend, the late E. R. Hall. I cannot refrain from ex pressing the indignation I feel at this wanton sacrifice of life; at this young man being cut off in the prime of life by the criminal carelessness of somebody. A homicide lias teen committed just as if Mr. Hall had been killed in the streets of Palatka, and somebody must be held responsible. I shall demand a strict in vestigation at an early date, and when the blame is legally fixed, in justice to the memory of my lost friend, and to protect others who are forced to travel on Ixxits on the St. Johns river, I propose to prosecute the guilty parties to the bit ter end. Florida is not an uncivilized country, and the time has passed when such lives can lie sacrificed and no notice taken, except in the casualty list. Respectful!-, Wm. K. Lente. : - Call for a County Convention at Pa latka, Wednesday, June 11, 1S.SI. A Conservative Democratic Cen vent ion will be held at Palatka, June 11th, at 12 o'clock m.. for the purpose of choosing eight delegates and eight alternates to. represent Putnam County at the State Convention, which will lie held atPensa cola, June 2oth, 1884. Also, to choose eight delegates and eight alternates to represent Putnam County at the Congressional Convention of the Second District. The dill'erent precincts will lie entitled to the following representation, based upon the vote of 1882 : Precinct No. 1 0 delegates. " 2 3 3 2 " " 4 4 4 " k ......... 3 " " r 2 " i " 7 o " H. ........ .VI " " 9 1 " 10 4 " 11 (5 " 12 3 " 13 3 " 14 2 " 15(part re maining in Put nam co.). 2 " Total r!) It is recommended that the precinct meetings be 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 jiossible. All precincts are urgently requested to elect full delegations, with alternates, that each precinct may lie fully repre sented. We would respectfully ask all conserva tive citizens, who desire the supremacy of our party in the State, to attend the pre cinct meetings, and aid in sending dele gates to the Count v Convention. E. S. Crill, Jos. Price, S. J. Kennerlv, -Committee. W . F. I OR WARD, W. II. WlGG, Notice of Call lor Precinct Meeting. Pursuant to the above call of the Exe cutive Committee of Putnam County, the Democrats of Precinct No. eight (8 ), and all persons conservatively inclined, are hereby notified that the primary meeting of said precinct eight ( 8 ). will take place at the Count v Court House, Palatka, Fla.. on Thursday June 5, 1884, at 12 m., sharp. The object of said meeting is to select delegates to the county convention to lie held in Palatka on Wednesday June 11, 1884. Benj. Putnam Calhoun. Chairman, Club Precinct 8. Talatka, Fla., May 20, 1884. An instant and permanent cure for Neural Kia, Sick ami Nervous Headache and all ner vous liains: Take a tensponnl'ul of Jordan's Joyous Julep as per directions on bottle. In painful menstruation it acts like majiie. If one dose relieves you instantly don't stop tak ing till you are permanently cured, Price atie. For sale by draKKists in Palatka ami else where. w&s The Florida Medicine Hood's Ecuf.ka Prepared exi ressly for this climate. At this season m this climate a jierlect household pan acea. It prevents malaria, cures biliousness, relieves constipation and keeps you healthy and well. To the business man it is invalua ble. Simply take a dose when you feel unwell ana you will not have to lay up, but can at tend to business and eat what you like and ko injany sort of weather. For sale by dnifrjnsts in I'aiatKa ami eisewnere. w&s ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE IJAVINti 11F.EN til'LY QUALIFIED AS I 1. Administrator of the estate of Joseph H. Mann, I hereby require all claimsniid demands against said estate to be presented as pre- scriuea iiy law, or tins notice will tie pleaded in oar; ami an neuters are warned to make immediate settlment to the undersigned. A. W. MANN. Adininistra in Circuit Court. Putnam County Fifth Judicial Circuit of th: State of Florda. Tn Chancery. F. Q. Crawford J vs. .-Hill for Divorce. Tamar J. Crawford ) it appearing oy trie attidavit ot the com plainant tiled in the above cause that the dt fendant resides out of, and lxvond the Limits ot the State ot t lortda. to-wit. m the State of Michitran. Now therefore it is ordered that the defendant Tamar J. Crawford, do appear aim answer inesaiu eoiupiauiaiiis oiu lor di vorce filed ajrainst her in fair said court on fir before the tirst day of Septemlier, A. 1). 1SS4, otherwise said bill may lie taken nro eonfessn. Witness my hand and the seal of our said court thitUli day ot April A. I). ss4. Wm. F. Fohwakd, Clerk Circuit Court. In Chancery. In the Circuit Court Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida, Putnam County In Chancerv. James J. Montgomery, Complainant Suit for vs. r Mary A. Montgomery, Defendant. Divorce. Itapiearinpr to the court that the bill of com plaint was duly tiled in this case and allulavit made and tiled that Mary A. Montgomery the defendant, resides beyond the limits ot the State of Florida, but in one of the I'nited States, it is therefore ordered that the said .Mary A Montgomery, defendant. doapiear and answer t tie said tii 1 1, on the t irst Monday in scptemier, A. D. 1SS4, otherwise the complainant's bill will lie taken pro eonfesso. Wm. F. Fohwauo. Clerk Circuit Court. Wm. Thompson, ConplainanCs Solicitor. In Chancery In the Circuit Court Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida, Putnam county in Lhuncery. Amanda Hrown Complainant j Sujt Qr John Brown Defendant. Divorce. It appearing to the court that the bill of com plaint was duly filed in this case and affidavit made and tiled that John Hrown the defend ant resides beyond the limits of the State of Florida, but in one of the United States, is in the State of Georg-ia, it is therefore ordered that the said John Brown do appear and an swer the said bill on the First Monday in Sep temlier. A. D:li, otherwise the complainant's bill will be taken pro eonfesso. Wm. Forward. Clerk Circuit Court. Wm. Thompson, Complainant's Solicitor. FRESH ARRIVALS. G-r e Sb"t Dri -v.e s T n Prints, Lawns, Muslins, Cambrics And all the Latest and Most Desirable and Popular makes in STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS. To Kocpraco with Mio i rov It ol oiu-Uil yaml tin Ooutiiiiiiil Iin-reiise of OurTriitle in ilii 1 :ii't iim'ii t k lmv :m1ImI 1:h-1 to Our And as early as this in the season, have already duplicated our LARGE SPRING ORDERS, ii 1 w ill receive lliix v'eK :i new sujiply nC t he Very Latest in Dress Goods, Laces, Hamburgs, Rushings, Trimmings and Millinery. ALSO FIFTY CASKS FINK SIIOKS. DEVEREUX, ROGERO & SON. DISSTON PURCHASE-4,000,000 Acre FLORIDA LAND ANDlnflPROVEMENT COMPANY. IIAMiTON DISSTON, President. J. J. DUNNE, Vice-President. LANDS FOR SALE AT GOVERNMENT PRICE OF $1.25 PER ACRE. IN BLOCKS OF NOT LESS THAN .Si ou MoitF. THAN (.Id ACKI'S. WITHIN SIX MILES OF RAILROAD LINE, PRICE $2.50 PER ACRE. rpi-IESB LANDS INCLUDE ALL VARIETIES F I I'I.AM) AND LOWLAND AND JL adsijited to Oranges, Lemons, Limes, Fine-A pples, U;ui;mn;:s, Suwiir-( '.ine, I-Uirly Vey t;i etc., and are chietly in the counties of St. Johns, Volusia, Hivvard, orange, s'uinler, Hernando, Hillsborough, 1'olk. Manatee and Monroh. Our Lancia are selliiiff rapidly. Thousands ot s-ettleis have Inealed on them duriinr tin six monllis. Do not delay if you want them at present liow Prices. Stock ot tlua company will lc received at ;-!.". (W per share inpayment for hind local" compact bodies of (RI acres or more. For further information apply at the oiliee of thei pany. AV. T. !" It It I :.-, Land Commissioner, Jacksonville, F An Unadulterated Natural Guano, Imported direct into Savan nah, Ga., from the Orchilla Islands in the Carribbean Sea, by Tra vers, Snead & Co., of Richmond, Va. We are now offering this High Grade Fertilizers to the Planters and Orange Growers of Florida, feeling confident that it is just the thing they need, hav ing stood the 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. OUDSUS FUOMPTLV FILLED AND INFORMATION I 'PUNISHED ON APPLICATION IiV II. liO'AliL V CO.. Importers Aprents, AVater si ret, PALATKA, II.OPIDA. SAVE FROM 25 TO 50 PER CENT HV HAVING VOFU ascriptions WITH ABSOLUTE ACCURACY FROM THE CHOICEST Imported and Domestic Pharmaceutical Preparations AT THE ; PUTNAM PHARMACY. USE ZsTOjNTjSli FACTS WORTH KNOWING ! litJT 'LASSETTER'S CHOICE." Till: KISST FAMILY FLOUR, aSO.T'S PEltCBL.- B. G. LASSETTER, LEMON ST., PALATKA, FLA. "boclk: T. II. Asl!Fi;y, Treasurer. U. SAUMiKK. Sectelniy. AIIH Mrs. . y past d in Olll- la. v Compounded That we have not ox.-in-, & cttrrUiz reposito ry for the purpose of M-iUviz oil a lot cf -heup floods, but it i.sa fet Hint vre h.iveo;. -"'H M-e-pository for the s;. i'- oj lim-ela,) i:'''tK H(., have come to Ht:iy . u 1 'iiten-f to muk'.' our pository a credit l Palatka am? t' 'ut'iam county. Our stock ( - insists of !a,flieV-'-rt.s, la tlies' h:et4ti3, end spring and siUe-bisv'P ''Utr. fries, farm and csprcb vvug-oruj and cai-of J. If. DEY'S MAKE, J ACKSONN Iltli platform sprinjr wajon, AVuterlown kt triers' wajrons, two-horr-e jfearinjr. lumber jmmin broad tire. Harness of all grades, poles, shai-;" halters, whip. . AH our (roods an; warranted I lie just what w reeommeml them to tie. ;u-f us a call and see that we mean business FARRAR Si JONES, MERRYDAY'S BUILDING, Lemon fctieet, Opposite Court II ..us 3 4