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THE DAILY NEWS.
BEXJ. HARRISON. Editor. Thm Daily News is published every morn ing, except Monday, ami delivered by carriers In the city, or mailed postage free, for 50 cents month, $1.50 for three months, $2.50 for six months, or $5 per annum. The Wiekly News ia an 8-pago 48-eolumn paper, published every Saturday, containing All the news of the week, local and jreneral. J t Is the largest and handsomest weekly paper published in Florida, and will le mailed post age free for $1 a year, or 50 cents for six months. Specimen copies free to any address. Local advertisements 20 cents per line for first insertion and 10 cents r line for each ad ditional insertion. Special notices 10 cents jkt line. Reduced rates on continued advertise ments. All advertising bills become due pro rata very month. Local advertisements dm; at, the expiration of the time for which they are Inserted. All remittances should b rw.de by express, money-order or rejristero -tter. Address, W. AV. RAXDAIjTj. ItlJSINESS MANAGKK, PALATKA, I'MllillJA. TtlGIRTEItED AT THE PALATKA I'OST OFFICE AS SECOND-CLASS MAIL MATTKIt. PALATKA, FLA., JUNE 10. 18x4. OUR CON VENTIONS. Democrats will remomlier that Put ii.un primaries are called for Juno 7Ui, the County convention meets in Palatka on June 11th, the State convention in Peii nacola on June2"th, and the Congression al convention in Palatka, July 1st, at 12 m. Organize your Cluhs, and write to The News. We will send one copy of the Weekly to the Secretary of each Club. Our readers will see that Itiul is again on the war-path, ami will be glad to breathe with him for a time the free breezes ami glad life be fitting the season. We only hope his companion will find turtle-eggs, snipe and fish enough to leave our friend to write us letters. Or lie, as a last resort can make a meal of the bugs our amateur naturalist will un doubtedly store away in every crack and cranny about the hold of the Miriam. They will come back to us bronzed ami bearded and make presents to their friends of strange shells and skeletons and bugs and snakes. Fair winds and ilo wing seas to them say we. 3IONEV. As currency, monejr is a medium of exchange and a measure of val ue. It is simply the most conven ient expression of cost, and t he read iest assurance of labor performed. For whether it is made by the exer tion of muscle or brain, money can only be honestly acquired by labor. With speculation we have as little to do as with gambling, and the Vanderbilt who accepts his millions of usury earned by the sweat of oth ers, assumes a responsibility fearful in marnit tide and overpowering in weight. Hut with money as a commodity we find our people least acquainted. What is a bank? Only a store in which money is sold instead of dry goods. A man goes into a store and wishes to purchase a piece of silk. Now this cannot be manufactured here; it has been brought from Xew York. When the merchant offers it to the customer, he places on it the price, when bought, freight, a cer tain per centage to cover rents, sal ary of clerks, interest, &c, and then a reasonable profit to himself. This is all fair, and the customer pays without a murmur. What would be thought of him if he should ask and expect the merchant to sell the silk without adding to the cost the ex penses attending the sale, storage and a reasonable profit Y Vet we expect this from a bank every day. We take one hundred dollars to the bank and ask for exchange on Xew York: why? To ensure ourselves against the possibility of loss and to save express charges. To meet the wants of patrons, the bank must have a place of business, clerks, books and all the appurtenances of a store. To get the cash fcr sale at its coun ter, it must pay express charges, and run the very risks which its patrons wish to avoid. Besides the system necessary can be conducted only l men trained to the business, and skilled labor is always costly. Most of the grumbling is done by visitors who declare they usually o-ct ex change for nothing. But there the favor is granted to a regular custo mer; here, it might be extended to a hundred men in one day who would never enter the bank again. Then, the cost of transportation of cash from the trade centres to the inland cities of the north, is comparatively nothing. Then, too, in buying ex change on Xew York, the bank in Florida must lose the use of that sum for two weeks. And two-thirds of the business in Florida is done by means of letters of credit, not by cash payments. The cashier of a railroad deposits with the bank a draft, and draws ten thousand dol lars. If the bank should pay the money on these drafts for nothing, it must lose the express charges, the rent, clerk hire, interest on the mon ey invested, reasonable profits and all the costs for which a dealer in any other article is considered per fectly justifiable in asking reim bursement. With a bank, money is simply the stock laid in for sale, and the public is unreasonable and thoughtless in thinking that the nec essary work and expenses will ever be undergone from motives of phi lanthropy. THE SEMIXOIiES. For the report on the present con dition of our Indians printed else where our readers will grateful to the kindness of Senator Call. Exact information as to the curious people who live so near us in space and yet so distant, in habit, thought and manner, will be interesting to all of us. The writer has seen them in their homes and watched them in daily life and conversation. So that practical knowledge as well as the warning of history for one hundred years, is embodied in the hope that our government will deviate from its usual policy in dealing with the remnant of a brave people who have been driven from the sunny slopes and rich fields of Alabama and Geor gia, to a last refuge in the swampy recesses of the land's end in Florida. Let us give them some permanent resting place in the land they have loved so well, which the noblest of their race have died to keep, and where generations of their fathers are buried. To send these natives of a soft climate to a hard dwelling in the frozen wilds of the west, would be more cruel than immediate extermination. They are a simple people and contact with the settlers pouring into their country will soon obliterate them from the census re turns by the extermination of the game and the use of the deadly fire water. They will disappear with the deer and the forest; the land of their affections will change, and take then, the last of her wild children, to her bosom without violent cruel ty of ours. We have found them at their camp-fires as hospitable as the Arabs, and to us they have in a measure lost the unbending dignity of the Indian in the open compan ionship of the hunt and the free life of the woods. We found them liv ing in the rudest manner, and keep ing with time-worn weapons and fast decreasing numbers, a hard mastery over a land the Saxon would scorn in its native state. But abundant capital and modern science will soon make useless the lofty perches on which their lodges now stand, and with the drainage of their swamps will come the fore-runners of the civilization destined to starve the simple descendants of Osceola and Wild-cat and Tiger-tail. We are rich and powerful; for pity's sake let some provision be made-from an over burdened treasury for the peo ple of the past, or we shall demon strate to the nations our unworthi ness to be the people of the future. From our Florida senators this jus tice to our fellow-citizens of another race will come with peculiar and graceful fitness. l'roiiiinciit Ieoph. Wilkic Collins, the novelist, in just GO years of n-ije. Francis Scott Kev who wrote the "Star Spangled Banner." is to have a monu ment in Patterson Stmare, Baltinuire. Walt Whitman's works have leeii trans lated into (ierman. If they fall into Heir Bismark's hands, he will probably conclude that it is safer to admit our pork than our poetry. Kdnmnd (Josso, who is coming over hereto lecture, has a beautiful red-haired wife who is sister to the wife of Alma Tadema. and loth have figured favorably and extensively in that artist's pictures. Senators Harris and Jackson, of Ten nessee, have presented to the White House a portrait of the widow of ex-President Polk an admirable copy of the Ilealy portrait, and the gift of ladies of Tennessee and other Southern States. Quite an event in Cornell University circles on Tuesday was the reception of the Egyptian mummy presented to Pres ident White by Hon. Mr. Pomeroy in Egypt. The cerements encasing the body were removed in the presence of the memlers of the faculty and a number of invited guests. Professor Moses Colt Ty ler and S. B. Gage made addresses setting forth the history- of Mr. Pen pi, the mum my, and explaining the process of em balming as practised hy the Egyptians. The body was in a fine'state of preserva tion. A number of sacred beetles and grains of com were found in the wrap pings. Mr. Penpi lived 300 years before Confucius. F. C. COCHRANE, WIIOLEriALB AM) HKTAIL BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER ! AND DEALKIt IS FISHING TACKLE, FINE CIGARS I'loiltla OuriOMltlori, Florida Maps, Books, Canes, &c Post-office JluilIinr, Front Street door south, PALATKA. ami next FLORIDA. Calhoun, Gillis & Calhoun, INSURANCE AGENTS. REPRESENT THE 1IOM E I NSUK ANCE ( ' M PAN Y,of Xew York, THE'l'X," of London, THE XEW YOUK UNDEKWUITEKS, THE GERMAN" I A, THE FACTORS & TRADERS, of Xew Irloaiis, THE ACCIDENT, of North America, T 1 1 12 KQ U I TA Ii LI2 ( Li fo.) FRESH MEAT MARKET Oldest Establishment in Town REST OP NEW YORK BEEF KENTUCKY MUTTON A I. WAYS ON HAND, DRESSED POFL- J. try received daily Call at the old stand on Lemon street. A. W. SXIN P FRANK R. POND, AGENT FOR THE SIMPSON & GAULT MANUFACTURING CO.'S CELEBRATED PORTABLE GRAIN PILLS FOR WHEAT, CORN OR FEED -AND Flour Mill Machinery of all Kinds CASTINGS, SHAFTINGS AND IRON WORK OF ALL KINDS on.short;notice. SOLUB PACIFIC GOANO COMPANI For Garden or Grove. Guaranteed Analysis on Every Barrel. Manufactories: Hoston, Ma.-., mid Charleston. S. C. For 9le by DREW, H. L. & GARDNER, SOLE AGENTS, PALATKA, FLA. Also wholesale dealeri in FLOUR, GRITS, MEA HAY, GRAIN, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER, HAIR, Etc. IN CHANCERY. In Circuit Court. Fifth Judicial Circuit, State of Florida, in and for Putnam County. STEPHEN HAKT, 1 vs I JOHN K. MARSHALLnml JANE MAHSII ALL, his wife, j TT Al'PEAHING BV AFFIDAVIT THAT X the defendants reside out of the Fifth Ju dicial Circuit, of the State of Florida, and be yond the limits of paid State, to-wit.: ia the State of Arkansas. Now, therefore, it is or dered that the defendants, John K. Marshall and Jane Marshall, his wife, do appear and ad swer the complainants bill filed at-aiust them in the Court on or before the 7th day of Julv, ISM, otherwise said bill may be taken pro eoii fesso. Witness my hand, and the seal of our said Court, this, Hist Ma"rch, s4. skalI ,Wm. F. Forward, ' Clerk Cirtnit Court. LE Orange Bra 116 PEOPLE'S LiNE STEAMERS St. Johns River, Florida S. B, PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE Axn ! j e n a i i : . v i-:. j IORM1XG (IX CONNECTION WIT! I Tlll-'J V Deliary-ltaya Men-hunts') ;i Dol'lil.E ; DAILY LINE i'r Astor. San ford. Enterprise j and intermediate landings, connect inix at As- i tor with the St. Johns and Lake Eustis Rail- i way; at . Sanlord with the Si H ill I 1,( 1 1 A Railroad lor Maifland. Orlando, Kissimmcc and Tampa, and from this point wit li Steam ships for Cedar Key, Key West and interme diate landings oti the west coast of Florida. steamer II. ii. Plant leaves Palatka from Florida Southern Railwav wharf ar S::n oYPk, 1. in., on Mondays, Wednesdays a nd Friday?. Mttrt: Honda Southern Railway what ! at s o Clock c I p. in., on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Returning, 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 train at .s:;tl a. m., of the Savannah, Florida and Western Railway. Steamer Ciiatta hooch fe loaves Palatka from Florida Southern Railway wharf at II o'clock, p. m., on Tuesdays mid Sat unlays. lteturninir, leaves Sanlord on Mondays at 3 o'clock p, in., on arrival of train on South Florida Railroad from Tampa. Returning on Thursdays, leaves Sanlord at. J:'$r a. m., on arrival of train o:i South Florida Railroad. Steamer J kn i t: Lank leaves Palatka from Florida Southern Railway wharf at P.' o'clock p. m. on Mondays and Thursdays. Returning leaves Sanlord on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Tickets i m sale at W. ( ). W dt.'s Druyr St ire, Palat ka, 1'la., and on hoard of the steamers. All tickets and passes of the DelSary-liaya Merchant's Line will he honored until further orders. Steam Hartre I'nclo Sam, suitable for carry ing unusual and heavy freights, open for charter. For further pari ictilars, impure of R. S. i'llWil, .Went, People's Line St. John's liiver, Ollice Waycross Sil-amhoai W harf. Jacksonville, Florida. OE BARY-BAYA Merchant's Line ST. JOHNS RIVLR STEAM KRS. HYING THE U. S. M OF THE STEAMERS OK THIS LINE ill leave Jacksonville uiiilv. i'roiu wharf foot of. Laura street, at ',.::.'d t. m. 1'ALATivA. ASTOR, SAN FORT), ENTERPRISE And All Intekmewate Lamin;s Soi:tii o I'.vVatka. Will make close1 connect ion with till Rail Lines for POINTS IN THE INTERIOR, And with ail steamers at. Sanlord lor POINTS ON INDIAN RIVER. Returninyr, leave Enterprise at T::!(t, and San ford on arrival of Train, arrh i:: tit Jtu-liron-ville EARLY NEXT MORNING, Mukinyr close connection with Rail ami Steam JjiiH-Kior all point:' NORTH, EAST AM) W:ST. For all points between Jacksonville and I'a latka, Jake one of the- Steamers leaving daily, Sundays excepted, !lt '.::!!) a. m. The Ihroimii boats id' this line run in con nection with the People's Line, and all tickets and passes issued by that lino will be honored on the through Roats. ( HAS. U. FF.NWH'K, Genei nl Pa-seiixer and Ticket A cent. R. WATSON, (ielieral Milliliter. THE FINE. NEW STEAMER CAPTAIN JOHN L. AMAZE EN, HAS liHKN rr.KMAXKNTLV 1"LA LOON the mute between Jackson vil Ic, San f' rd and I'.nterprise, in connect inn with the New York and harlestiin Steaniship 'ompatiy and the Stcanwhip 'ity of Palatka, Making all the Landings between Palatka and San ford. Leaving Jack sonville every Monday unci Thursday, at 1 p. in., close connections made at Aster 'wit h St. Johns and Lake Lust is railroad, and at San ford with South I'lorida railroad. Connects at Palatka with Florida Southern railn iad. Freights Taken as Low as any compel inir line. For rales of 1'reiVht j and t iekets. and lint her in format ion, apple to I II. ( 1 A I LYA It I ). " j Aven;, oliice on wharf, foot of lloiran si., i i;. l iih;li:y, S. V. (JOhliK.V, ! Managers. Or L F. " V. k ALOKN, : 'or. lia.y and Ocean sts., Jacksonville. good rviows iron hlBQUMD 3 iai () N AN1 AFTFi: .iU'Ii 1- (iEoiiC. I A AND FLoUIDA INLAND STEAM- ISO AT COMPANY w-j'il organize a perfect dav- litrht service from Jacksonville every Mondav, i V'edm-sday and Friday fo all points North. I known as the I MONTGOMERY ROUTE. j Only eleven hours from Jacksonville to .-"a- viumah. Leave Jacksonville. F. & J. 11. U l:'f a. in. Leave I'ernandina by 'Palace St'm's. . t"i a. in. Arrive Mor.t m mierr .:$" p. in. Arrive Savannah. .". l:ij p. in. NO HURRY OR BUSTLE, NO HEAT OR DUST, Sine connections made with steamers fori ISoston. N-w ork and I'hila.'.elphia. mIm. with fast trains in ::i Savannah to ail points North and West. Kates as lov.- as bv anv other line For Tickets and tniomintion appiv f Luiz iz fc .v.r;i)i:, Mora true Pharmacy. I )!-:"" NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS. T'HE rKDF.K-IfiXED 'WI LL HE AT I'A i latka Election District, No. .s. n Mondav. May 5th, and remain durinar the week endinV on Saturday the luth., for the purpose as of as FC8inir the State and County Tax forthevear on aturll Feefinif th A. D. 1n4. All tax payers wi$hinur tux blanks I 1 il E 1 1 1 If i m Ij will please call at either the office of clerk of Circuit Court or Tax Collector, where they will find them. J. W. WOODS, Tax A?es3or rutiiam County. mm 3 ainirl mm E IrM m Fs ijro-, ,-rK fl j; K V Urea Va,- Gr 3. G Prints, Lawns, i And all the Latest and Most ; STAPLE A ID FANCY DRY GOODS. To IiVj is:iM wilh vovlli om-Cil v timUhe C-oiiil iii!i:j3 2 !)Tc:isc of" Osti- rl"iji in lii ! t:ir! juiciii w- i;t v :iIIm1 1:h;-1v t "v i-i Parous :xi -3.x And as early as this in the season, have already duplicated our IS M S. umiu j lit I -V III jo';ki I iiis Si ji ii sn g I y i fat Very Latest in Dress Goods, Laces, Hamburgs, Rustlings, Trimmings and Millinery. ALSO FIFTY CASKS FINK SIIOKS. BEVEREUX, ROGERO & SON. LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE G. S. Hacker 4 Son!? . ,J... t . - I . i V, j.' ViToA.ii- !. i. ijJr a ' . V.A N 1 FAt ' I F KF.KS OF Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings AN 11 - BUILDlXn 3LTi-nLl, Iv-talilished in i-! ( 1,'licc and War-, t'ooi ii Uic j.olle ( 'nl lion t reel.. F. M. !A('Ki:'!. Proprietor. hiii i- -f in, S. '. P.iiy direct from the Factory and --axeiiea ers' proitis. THE S"0"j5T NEW VOPiK, Al out i fy ia '! : 'i :-i "urn- mi! of on r i -i a I I pies of Tim: Si n have dinient it:riiir I he Mt t wel ve inolit lis. Ii VninnTrlillslNi'iii.i In lll'i ill! I lie t t.i- ! u m ns of a ! I Ti i a Sc printc' !:: u-1 ol -1 I. c-t year you would Kei a coi it union v t i-ip of inteiot inir i inforinat ion. eoiniuon si-n-e wc-dom, sound ! doctrine, and sane wit loi'-j- enough in r. m-li ; troni Print intr Hon- Mpiare i. the !oj. of Mount 'opt i-nieti- in t he ;;:oo:i. th-ii 1-iiek in ; I Tint inir I !oii-e i i ;. a.u-i t h'-n t 1 -oua r- j i.-i-s of the way back to Ha- ;-.:,., a:r,ii:i. I Put Til k Si n i wrili u lor : tie uih.i i .:: ;iut s j of the earth; ihis s.- '-.rip of ititeiiifeia e i would uirdie the vi-.b" ! v. en; y-.--e i ii or tv.-etity-ciyhT tiliies. j If every buyer of a co;-y of T!t::M'v 1 1 1 cin r t he pa-r ye;i c lia spi t:: only one t n : r o er it. atal if his wife h;. e-randlat her ha .-pent another hour, this new-pnpr-r in I - - ha- af forded the I; u ma n race I hire -i-i; i ho:: -u nd -n rs of steaiiy ri-adinir, niuii! rn-I da.v. it i only by littf v;t!cti!at i.-ns like l-u-.e that Vi ca n ; o suv l i a o; t ia ciccii la t ion of t hi ! niot poi.u lar of Ainei-,. an im-'.vsikim r. .r of its inilueuce on the . pinions and actio;;, of American m'i and wonir-n. TliF.CM'N is, and wiii eo'C !,)-,; f(1 ;,e. a news paper which teiis the t 1 1 1 ; without f ar of -onseinicneva. T!ih !: j. -t nt t hrt f:c t s :io in:it-t-r how m uch t ne pr es costs, wli ich presen tv t he news a 11 over t lie w-;rid with-mt wii-t" of word.snnd in the inost readable hae, v.liirh i t. r k i 1 1 t wi; h nil i; J h-Tit fr the iiu-e of honest irovcrninent. a nd which th:-ref')iv be lieves that the ilcpubiicun party rn..sr ti", Mid must j-'n in this coming year d o,;r Lor-!. - ;. If you knowTtSK Sr.v, ymi lile- i: Hir-ady, and you will rend ir with acci;tor;;i"i diligence and irofit durinjr what is sure To be the mo-t mtore-t mj- y. ar in its h, story. If y..!i do not j ;:i:s-iz tin:" to act into tne t Ternw to lall I-ril .ers. ,. t ' ' The several editions of fHKMKiuc wiit by ; unn. H,Mr n-h . .vs : jf.tiLii .locenxs it mon-.n. j a jear; wuu DAILY -."lUeents it nioii'.h, f h year; wilti Sunday edith SL'NDAY - Eiyht paf-. Th i s ed it ion f urn - isnes tin" current news ,-; tan world, special ar- tides of exceptional intere-r toevery body. and literary reviews IK w i.wMfcS o, tun luyl.est I T-iel-it s 1 -i r WEEKLY SI a yefir. Eight ptfes of the i.'St matter of the .laily issues ; an AuTicuitur- ul Dejianment of uupialcl valtie, sjceial ii t or- i wepantneiu or iiupiaiei vai.ie, sjceiai : larket reiK.rt. and literary-, scientific, and; omestic irttei litre nee make The Weekly Srx j he newsiper for the f.-iriiier'd household. To i domestic ine news a per ior iue i.iuuer a nouiscnoiu. in clnlw of ten K-iih ln. tin cvtra oimv f Address I. V. ENGLAND.' Publisher. Tm Sl n. X. Y. City. s In Muslins, Cambrics Desirable and Popnlar makes in r SPRING ORDERS, I i. Brightest, Spiciest and Most Reliable emmerciai Newspaper in Boston. A -i a n A 1 -rl lNtii(r 3f llii in It I -i I ' 1 1 -i j ii n I m1 . ! Ami llcmocrat ie Journal it adhercn with te j naciiy to tin- t imodtonoreit ju inclplcc under j tl perat ion of which the Administration of A ndrew Jackson was crownrd with ic'ory, nd ; whieli j 1 1 -it itiei the remark in his pnrtinif ml- dress that he left t he A merieati oople propr ; ous unit happy. The Post never wnndcrs after lalse-irods. It never soils its fair fmno by de ! scrtinu- the fundamental principles of the fem j oeratie faith, Its creed is built on the solid ItocU oft lio'onll(u(lon. : and i- us sound find imiierlshabh- r the foun I dat ion on w hich it rests, flut in nil itw dlseun , Kions il ri eoKiii.cfi perfect freedom of opinion, and treats its opponents with r catholic spirit j worthy a candid and itMjulriiitf ntre nnd in ; latmner to harmoni.e courtesy with honesty and tidclity. I n its cist inctivc characterinticn it never stood higher with its political friends throughout the I'nion, or with the public at largo, t hau now. Daily $9 per annum in advance. Will lie sent on trial 15 months for $2.50 fre of postage . Iloston Semi-Weekly Post, Mondsyn mid Thursdays, f:i jmt annum In advance. Poston W eekly Post, WtK klj , Kridayn, $I.li0 a ear in advance. P isr Pi lit.isii is Co.. Publishers, Poxt lluildlnar. Milk Street. The Philadelphia Times. 1 s-1 . THE PHILADELPHIA TIMKS, Wi. Tiic Timks will enter upon the new yom si longer and more iiosimtous than ever lx lore in its history - more widely read and ipioti d, mere heai i iiy commended, nnd more herco! v crit icj.od, wit h a more complete or ganization, and an able ssoir of cont nbutor and with the .same independence and fearleM ness t hat has made it succcssf ul and powerful in t he jiast. I'm-; l i.vr.s iais no party to follow, no candl diitcs to advance, but will meet every issue, n it ha ever done, with consistent dwvotion to (he ri.'ht, to honest jfovernment, Slid the pub lic welfare. A nd, while maintaining' its posi tion as t bo h adinw journal of Philadelphia, it will aim to be cunt innally in t he advanci in all that can add value- to a newspajx-r. The vii iue ot a newsjaiM-r is not in it size fir display, but in t he intellifrence and care, th1 coiicis-enen and freshness with which it is edited. The Timfk spends lavishly for news f rom nil parts of tin; world, but all its dis patches ar-- carefully edited and condensed, in order to p-ivc the complete news of the day in da- uiof r concise and at t met i ve shape, and with il a larpc variety of entertaininjf and instruc tive rend injr. The best, writer at home and abroad are employed to enrich itfl columns, and to make it a journal adapted loth to the busy man and to the leisure of the horn cir cle, a welcome isiior to intelligent and honent citizens of every political, nduiouf! and social taste. Tin; Wprm.y Times is altogether different from t he weekly newspaper jf twenty years :!k-o. The day of those papers have gone by. 'J he teleirraph and !rf-U, r local newpapcF i i-n rt iiere, esi-ciau in ine inrivint r-ry lu re, -si-emiiy in tne tnrivina- eentrws f rural topuifttion, have made the old weekly merropolitnri newsparx r unsatiHiyintf. ThQ that c-liiiir to their ancient usayes have hMt their hold on our forward-moving people; thry are but hhadows of their former irreatness, aut l hey have but a shadow of their foi mer power ' i noe paiK-rs na e nao tneir uei uiness, but it tr"" ' ",n !v 1 i' nflm ro Vm. It 1 v-' ""t the fatut of the pa,.ry; it was the inl provement of the country that brought atxtut . ii.e cii.uik-. .-.leu umi women, wnerever thev jive, now require iresner news; and theT rs- i rcnu ne th:. they rt- piire m m news. : The Weekly Timks w pthers off the types of whatever hna iL,t,,. i : every paasmr wwk whatever hna laatin terest to the people if- larfre, and -t it In-frlrVl them in kucIi crenerosity of paper and print iia would have astonished us all t we.,, ,.i ' ra9 IAILY-Twelve cents week, tift v ...5 ' Mi.nth Vfi fi ri.ir ' --j .Aim n month. f a year, two cents a copy ; S I X I A Y F u r cents a copy ti m . i .- t i u r cents a copy 12 a veir WEEKLY One copy, $2 a year live e I a year; ten copies, '!- a year 'twent v 8' ies t- a year, with one copy free to the i ies a jear, wun one copy freu Kiihn.'r.it . I mi of even- clot. lo lne tftttt-r 'TUB TIMES, -4 1 n V