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THE DAILY NEWS. HEX J. HATUIISOX, Kditor. Tu Daily News is published every morn inir. except Monday, and delivered by carr ers in tte city, or mailed iMWrtage free, for aw c ats a month, 1.5) for three moutus, $2.50 for sis m.mtrs. or :so jer annum. Thk WtrKf.vNKws is An S-Pae 4-col nn I pper, ptiULsneu every satnrna. toman iij; i all the news of the- week, lo.ul and jrcueral It i is the Wt. nI hand irert weekly , r puo;shod in HorMii.an.1 wi.i be a.ied p st- ifroe lor i u year .or 'i ce its 1 i mx monuis. spcjuaacopi-si'io.- to any auu -ss. j Wal advertisements 20 ce.As per line :or first uixriutm ani lucent it.r i;ne lor eaca iu-i diaonul insertion. Special i.o'ijcs 10 eenrs r line. Kt,dticed rates ou continued advert se- ! xnhts. , . i All advertrdmr bills become due pro i ta ; vcry monrf. lo;m i v,t.T...en.i ,:u., ut ; i:i.'it(.d. Ail r:;i!'It..ii( os sIim"!!' n Ae by expl ss, nrmey-onier or rtgistere j"ttr. I'kuaVVith rr vrKf cr "oi'-T ce ; V1"01'' of "lpo:t to pay tlie bon as ::cuN"-o,A3 mMattks. ; ded Lbt of sonio counties in midde P,vLA"XA, FLA., JULY 10, 1881 Democratic Ccnsorvat.vc Ticket, i FOR (.OVKKVen: i;dvakd a. i'EiiiiY, Of Kseambi;'.. FOB LIEUTKXANT OOVERNOU: TdlLTOX H. MAI ill Y, Of Sumter. FOK CONGUESS 2X1 1HSTKICT: CUAIILES D017GI IE11T Y, Of Volusia. riZEHIl' iiTIAb ELECTORS AT LA KG :: JOHN T. (411A YES, Of Duval. KIOIIARD C. LONG, Of Leon. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTOR 2ND DISTRICT. AYILLIA3C MACWI LLIAMS Of Nassau. The unanimnity with which the F-outh asks the nomination of Cle e land shows the earnestness of ihe demand that the issues of the v. ar be forgotten, and our public repre sentatives be those who would con fine their attention to the weighty issues of reform and good govern ment now before the people. The Times-Union invites us ' to fall in behind." We shall be glad to do so when that journal leads in ihe cdvocacy of a measure Ave ct n sider sound, but we cannot foil yv it blind-fold; its conversion 1 as been too recent; its policy too vag te. As we have said before we recognize its value, but with all democrats who know its record, the feeling is ever uppermost that in accept i ig assistance from it, vigilance is i ie price of safety. Any other posit; jn to use its own laniruafc. would e ! "absurd." TiikNews i democra ic j and will remain the same, w th j . . r .:.! . n ! tvciv ucmh; to ui'iu waa ii. AI5RAMS AMI DOUGHF.KTY, f!. 'Ti , TT...,1 . ; J" 1",,JI,;3J1,"lu- ulLUi"ca ls i editorial columns in the last is; ae with a solid endorsement of Po w and Mabry, and an att '.ck, equa Iv ! , . , . l, ; plan, on touher.,y. "Ffrrv s d-: i ' c j ,i ccaon i.i i recoshu ' vi . ,.: i " ' says the lie raid and we heartdy i are.v! t '.TCto. In say-mi that . r. ' 3 alr v is thoroughly honest n Hl I .. ,':.. ., I onscicnt'aTds he is again m acct -d j CO 11 5 with us. i-i 111 pieierrinf' i,s ;ec to I u- ITecrlv. AIai. Abra1 is w dltind hi n- self at odils with the bo I citizens of ' th.e district irrespective f part v. It is is nn axiom that r convent! m may nominate a man so thoroughly bad that his party associates are i ot bound to support him. But wl. n any one of the promin ence here o- lore awarded to tue editor ol t ie tr, tT . lav;! res Herald decides on sue! a cour.-o, he should at least give us reason and record for his condu t. To us it certainly seems that t ie .-charges made against C'lrarles I)t a gherty are carefully confined to in vective and assertion; where is the proof? It is urged that he has no capacity; some of us at least think his career in Florida has given abun dant evidence of ability. It is urg ed that he is no college graduate; since when has a diploma been In ;d a prerequisite to political honors'? It is claimed that Dougherty ''betray ed the democracy by voting against the calling of a convention two years ago." It is evident that this argument is not honestly made be cause Mabry did the same, and the vote is not made a reproach to him. I middle the room before anybody saw Bid every democrat who voted oliL The inmates stood aghast and speech - t' " c A i less for seveeleeonds, when one of them, sustain an express pro v: -non ot t ie the objoct maa! constitution betray his party? If adtoarticulate: -Do anv of the rest thp democracv must nie.).l miiltv n t w v ru. I t t , " gome of the worst charges of its ponents. The constitution exj lv nrpserihps how p1viiio-p miv )0 ;.,' - , 3. , .' . made in the organic law of the land. The majority of our representatives at Tallahassee voted against the "short cut" method; if these all be trayed "the party," the organization is certainly at an end. For with Mab ry and Dougherty voted ma ly of lr,.est an.i l,st and the.se. r i crn0i-ted bv all t'G traditions of ! L'r ttu by ail tC traditions O ti, p.irty wnch has ever inculcat :d ! , obedbnee to law and order. Sibce jtg i:ll.ept!on the partv has held fie r l 1 constitution to bo the Supreme bff 1 r of the land in fact as "'.veil as in tre-1 o n u . j orT oni in eiairnw that necdvi ...i i.., 1 . - i the !?v', ro one could be guilty of treason to the p:irty. lie charj e that Doi:gliertv was "bribed1' jv i Florida. The burden of proof re-ts i witli che accuser, and till this if -K"-'n.n0 -nf wor i;J anded fr m Ucvgaerty or las iriendd. in finding consolation in tie ' idea that. Dougherty may be beat-'r:. if we will "swap votes" for I'er y, ixiui give Uisbec another term, tlie gall of tho man is distinctly shown. Perry would repudiate help gained at tae expense of any man on the demo'-rr.tic ticket by virtue of these very high qualities' which stir tlie Abrams, to gratify his feelings, j vhica f-0 iar seems purely personal, I wculd inolve tho party in the bast st I of "political trades" that "jobbery and j-olitical combinations" may cease forever ! ! " AYhen proofs are offered answers may be made to the charges. Maj. Abrams is a brilliant man, but lie will soon realize that such assertions as are here made will in no wise weaken Dougherty, strengthen Bls bee, or redound to the credit of him self. The Pensacola Commercial counts up the papers in Virginia which have declared for Blaine and Logan, when it is remembered that Mahone has been making distribution of government pap for some year's, and that he has carried tie whole body of "independents" into the republican camp, the num ber of his "organs" is ra titer a war ning valuable to democrats, than a proof of strength in the opposition. The independent movement in the south is alwaj'S under republican management and the natural gravi tation of such bodies is to the re publican 'amp. The independei.ts of the north are lev! by men of' char acter ?ml influence; their leadt rs whU ns are cithcr republican, lixe ''T, or as Poj Adam.s & Co. If the scare endorsed . i v the republican' thev will btrono- eisouch to warrant the iirb- 1 licr.tion of the record, and this will ue enouirn. hcitrff OataSpnu? Caie. News. v. .., i ,,,, ;T1 T ,.i t ai ioer Lewis ui m IaivO c Sol trig Out aSpriu-Gun. up m laiie county v. as .. ,...r . ' ,.fl, 1 I ..it ,uuuji,.!,r !,.fs' -s.r ui u 'a.ii . 'j. iiuj u- some mule!-:, for whit h lie recently p: hi t-OW ir. :i;-o, and an acre? lot of p as a promising stale of luxrri- mice. II th cfleeticn was about euuallv.h- -, , . . ,, . , ... ,. ",. , vide:', b'.twoon the two. but his attenti h lus bofii veiiteivd on the p.-a patch of j L-.te, u.nl 1 Louis aave seendevotoc to i i deva-ii.- e : clieine to save it from tie from 1 ie oi t.i ,e ";!lllV dei-redatiorw of a herd t. .v. owned I'vanci'iF.or. He newly iaveute.l sptin;r gun, warranted to protect all kinds of property from evtry species of thief at all times and under all circumstances, he sat about improvising one out of an old Hint-lock musket which !"oemled to liitn from his grandfather. , r ,.1 11.., - .1 . .. , . . , , , . , 1nvi?vr stakes and preparing a rack as a I (.,r . 0 5 ,.w,--i,,i i... The musket wp,s cleared an ldul charged v.xhl , a han.lful of powder and a teacup! ul of carpet tacks. As night came on he shouldered the gnu and with a plow line 1. 1 1a. - 1 - X? 1 " A I. . i. . soon nau h hecureiy lixea m me rest ar- ranged for it, about on a level with the IkxIv of a deer when standing. One end of the line was attatched to the trigger and the other to a stake several rods away in the direction in which the gun pointed. After surveying his work aud smacking his lips in anticipation of vension steak for break fast. Farmer Lewis went indoors. He was tip bright and early the following morning and found a $300 mule dead; among his peas, which were worth at best ! j alxnt$20 The Kind of Nerves They Have Out est. t From the Yankton Press. Along striped bnake crawled into a kasement saloon vesterdav and was in the " oiiousee taat .' i ney responaeu m a . dercl that the dt-reivlanTs. John li. Marshall no- i chorus: "Yes. we all do." "It's a erreat atv Jane MrsliaH, his wife. d.. apivar and ad " I relief ti me Ut ttinw it " i-ii.I the first . swer the eotnplainant bid h!. d airamst them ras, Li V;, M, t I ' i in the t'ourt on or 1-efore thf Tth day of Ju'v, prtss- tor I thought I was going to have an- iw. otherwise said bill may U taken pro coa- v ..v, sv lo.ii, . mri irsivuutu iu ii j ether attack of malaria. "Me too. re- sponded the chorus, and then thev fell on the snake with billiard cues, andkilledit. F. C. COCHRAE JPE0PLPS fMSWEE v:ioi.esai.e a:d kkta:l i T?PA7CT Y V P IV J QT TP'TfI) ! AblJLiijJjk rJ.IJ MilkiM j ! -'-01 'upl, K 0. 3, .if.Cc, 'va. .-r ', i .vi doty souti . r'A. : . I vAiTI'A. 1? .fit LCiU. iiO"i':i;-;v .Xs.-2 7--'ri-.XV,. Til 3 ":.'C,' oi Loiidon, THE NEW YORK UXDEKW'IUTf.K.-, ! THE GHIlMAXfA, : THE FACTORS & TRA1 'T.ltS, of Orletins ; THE ACCiDEXT. . f No. ;h A.a r ca, T 11.-3 EQCTTAIILF. (Life.) rp0U ' sLr' MEAT 'Jon' , i . 1 it , Oldest Establishment in Town BEST OF NEW YORK BEEF AND KENTUCKY MUTTON ! ALWAYS ON HAM), DKF.S.-.El) 1 J!L- j 1. try received daily. Call at the old stiMid ! on Lemon street. .v. w. 3ta.:x:v. FRANK R. POND, AGENT FOR t - a -i i i i i n r r - i n m m T- MANUFACTURING CO.'S CELEDRAT 1 '. f portable mm mis ! -'ir f'c Trar" iu ':' Vtn 1c t L I i o Q ti ' - j -; ) N WORK 0" ALL KNl:S OX s-lj-jirr v;"1!' F. .IA r h: t 1 t. 1 j i - ' ; .1 1 1 A 1 ( 77 r, Z A' j 711 i , t s i V I For Garden or Grove. ; j buarantced Analysis on Lvery Barrel.! Manufactories: Boston, Mass., and Charleston, S. C. For sale bv DREW, H. L & IT? R J SOLE AGENTS, PALATKA, FL V. Also wholos;i Ie dealers in 1-1 njin PDSTC fCAS rLUUll, UH! S 0, IllufAL, U A V P R I M 1 ir I vjnrviii, j LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER, HA! R, Etc. j jj CHANCERY. ln nreuit D.urt, Fifth Judicial Circuit. State ot Florida, in and for Putnam County. OTHlIil'V U 11'T 1 j " vj " ' ( ! ji5HiAiS:i ; i t AlFEAitiX.J RY affidavit thvt t I ae.., w TUt; i -rh'tn ..h:.11'.'?1 '5. j ' r.z . oeiV l TRtlt i tie UelCU'lliittS. ...'1111 n. .Hat tutu 1 I fesso. Witness my hand, and tlie seal of our "vi j L? 1 said Court, this, 21st .Man n, iss-i. ) M. 1. r OKWAKD, Gerk Qrcnit Court. GUANO COHPAH n , a t p- i- - , t P0P'v B'VPr if P'TP l.HiO Hl&. HUCi ; ' HP, Til EMflt fif TT A " A A OFT m : 0. D. TLiiiUj UruiiiiinUUULiij ; -A:;t- J . 170UMIXG (IX COXXKCT:OX WITH 1 "IK X I)ei?irv-!!;ia a i;A! LY blN !. i:r A -r..-. S , :til intei:r.i.'diat. li'd:i)ys. Tu o so iiin;c! in , r V-s- . ,i- l-.MS.l !. i 1 I : vn i'i ' a : ro;- with t'i Si. Johu tm. i. xay: a: ::a-ii'.rd vstli t -'' ! Ri'ilroad mi- Mtvtli'.irl. tli'.ai and Tami'.'., and tr(,::i tii; v. fhij for Ct.'iiai 1 y. )l t. diate lundi.-ri on vo:; .': t ara :i. 11. !'i.st v T'i.-'.'ida it r, ! p il.r.iway v p. in.. o?i :oniit; , I'diii ii,i . .DoUaiv-.yu ' Mer-.rliu'i: O'l'lY F .? l KM N v: LIT,, 'do, K i.siia .ce ' nt v;'; -"t .- m- t :!:('. aiti i ae- ' l I' ri i 5'a!n!:a i rn ; i at . . :i "k, ; and ! !.; ; r .: i ! m la v at x u"r' n-k j and S.-t.ird .vs. .a;1..-, u;- iii r val ovida (a!ir ad, ; V :.t .Jav,; :; i the t'i'- r i ,n u : s aaaa.!, l-'io Ida ; IT -i ida '!!!'.:) m K-iilway v.' P. i- o.: T : . U" :r !..!., iv..vr.- of ! bi' traiu t the Soiith !' ' 1'rovi Taiiioa ft : k i.i.. ;-rr. ' vi'ii. in lii. e iu .-.irnci.-l w,-'-train at S;.ii .. 1 tl;e am c-;ri. vn l .u." a -. ;-r.ai:ii'i- i vttaii h e rr... k-as "!.a t'r.x.i il rtd:t ro.tiu .-a i: . v. a.tif i o'-'n '."k, p. in., on TiH's-iiiys .uid S.ititrd..' Hi t li'in.: Smi''- ": i.;: .:ijiiu,- -i o', !!: l .iii., i:i i'niv:.' . n' iraia o.iiti U 'at .ih IT i ri;a Jiil:-ad from Tain; '. ueiuvri.. on T nuis -,y -, 'i-..ivi- Anifo.-r nt f::.i a. m., ;. :u'i iv.il o!i lir.ii; . t .i,.h V:-n .da LU III ! Sienruer J r.s.vii: L.v.nk lou i ! -s T'ai-.tka f:om Florida Siutiieru Railway ve.a: i' at 1J o'clock (. in. on jSiondays and Tiiur.sdays. uettirniiifr leaves sanloru on i ednesdavs and satm ia,. '1 ickci- n saio at V.. O. W(.lt,"s Driiff St .re, Paint ka. S in., and on board t the 'teainei.-. .l ti-al.c:..; and pa. -sea o! i he Oo liary-; va Mi k iiani's Line will X- ti on ;1 lialii iu i ier ord..a-s. t-it am Uarjre I'ncle Su; inir ;i:um::u !! heavy ;a'.ie lor er ry- j ':-rh rs, t!ji-n ior i li eha :.-.!-, For farther oartieaiars. n hm'c of !!. S. I);VO. A-eat, Pc!U's Line St. o'ei's Hi vr. Ouice WaveiMss S:e;. a-ioat Wharf. Juck.-onville, Florid l pE BARY-BAYA " I Merchant' s Line ST JOHNS RIVER STEAMFJtS, CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL rNE OF THE s V y leave .iae! fEAMElt (F TIILS L;."E foot of f.aiira street, at ;a:aj e. m l'ALATKA, AKTO't, SAX FORT), EXTEKPIUSE i TH i j Wiiyr.ul.-c close c mnee;a,n .vith all ia POINTS IN THE IXTFHTOU. Aiivl witti all steamers at aolo;-o lor Returni'iiy. leave Enterprise at 7::so. and San- I ford on arrival of Train, arrivinir at Jackson- i I villu j EARLY NEXT MOKNIVO, j Makinsf c lose connect a m wit h Kail and Steam I Lines lor all point? XOUTii. EAST ANn wi-T. For all points Im.ivv, en .!ee:s.aieilU- ro-,-1 Si:t- 'a s c.eept" T, a t e:ati a. a. The tli.cuuh iioa.ts (1 th.-- one ri"i in n- iieel ion vvitii iae Feonle's t'a , and :lil tie: 'Is -nd ;usses isi.e-i .,y (iuit in.-- ,-ut Ft hon- rtd on t'ae tliroat.l: I!. a; "-. CI!Ai;. H I r.NV,'K'', .?;;! T'assea;: t r a:: a i'iek"t A e"h W. 'A. V,'ATS'1, Oeneral !r."r( i . TH? n'F N'?v TcsiM 'j ! rv, rchV m i el a ft : C. At ;J JQSi: L. S.lJAZt, Ti tie M'UM NFN H i -(. !! .! a' iii e. .r.neet- FY TLAOF1) )X .-.,e.vr.c. .-.a ! ad n vera th,- i ev ii-i C-Hipanv nd ie ro: :e,ter',., :? .'-: ; a; a i ll;:! snip i ity oi I V :! warn Faiatk an. Lea v it ',1, ' ! e rv in: A-te- wa t. ..'!. si.- t.o-1 Fa Ue Fa; -1 ,s 1 a lr au. a no a t ."-aid. rd j v.-ali Mtiuh Fioiioa railiomh Connects at Faliitka with Florida Southern ranroad. ' r- 1 l -T- 1 1 1 rreignis laKen as low as anv aiitet np Fi r rats of i reiht ana tickets, and iartla r inf. a.t-hm. api.h to jf ' M I Y Cl) A'.'eitt.odice on wharf," V... 'irt li'o.n st., i- ,. 1, ... 1 t,(ViV''j. ' V( .',,,." j it vi I- i iV-'V '" Cor. Fava-d Ocean --s.", Jaeh.oavFI . GOOD rSlT. ITOIt n xj. n eg n - , - WUK i NbiUUnU T r m -a n m ' ti tiother hour, tins news).H-r m l-s- bus at Bf M y f" 1 f i l"rded the human race thirteen tiiou-and years ffMwi-. H M&atli9 of su.a,ir readme, niM.it and day. i It is oiiiv bv littie calcinations uke tlievthnt - v wti T.rr. vutii .- ,v4 tuv , QX AXI) AHE.. .A..f II THE ' ! GEOKtJIA AXF) FLORIDA INLAND STEAM- 1W mnuenee on I e op mmni, ami actions oi i i American meti nd women. I BOAT COMPANY will organize a ,K-rfe(-t day- I The cs is. and will continue. U, In- a ntws ; li-ht service from .Iaeksomiia- everv Mondav, ! r-HI-e;- which tens ta e t nth wit nout 1-ar of W cdnes lav and Flidav to aii points Nori h, ! eonse.juences.hu; h Rets at t:.e fa. t- no n at- : tr. . it jhiii.un.iMi... Mil A! 1 (,'1I1J-HV Kl It 1 I I- imuii v i. i l.; i i nuu . ii Arrive Montgomery 5:4 p. m. Arrive Savannah iJi.-p.ni. fdA UIIPPV AO RIIQTI P UU riunrST UK DUblLt, kin I I i K I i l 1 III I O I Sure eoiinecttons ma.'.e with steamers lor ) I Post on. New York and Philadelphia, also wrh j : lust trams iron avann:in t ae jwants .i -ta i and West. Er.tv a lo'T as Ly anyotner iiae. j Ui i iva . s u I " i i a i ' 'i in. . i- -1 i ; . .. i ' r i; k i-i.:-. 3k-r..,-ne I'tiaiir.aey. Undertaker & i-VfVS Vknl r-"t fil f 1 II H,l t FlHl OFFICE AND RESIDENCE T'XDEK RED Men's HaiL, Laurel street, Paiatka, Fla. Only eleven hours from Jacksonville to a- hon,-st ovennnent. and whici, therefore 1-e- j t' and VttJ-r'h.l'neweri v c t v m ! ..fnK i everywhere, .-specially in the thriving ..v. , ... -.,.. .....-... .... , ...... ....... -...-... .... . ......... . . or njral rf, pmanon. nave mane the old wee fey Leave 1 ern.uidma bv Pa ace .-t ra s...s:f.,a. ni. It you know 1 hk M n, ou like it aiiri;.y, ; .,,, ........a.-i,,,. tl' 111 MP Mi mm -o- SOLI! -o- I DL7TMTP' p s P si ' a K t K, W V AT I?V HM W va iS X VT1- G-"i:s ZEria.xzasl2LzzL2: Gx-oocLs. We invite the attention of our cusnmci Ladies especially, to the man1- in ducements offered f-r the next few weeks. Friccs on all grades of gcoc.s in these departments arc reduced to ; summer basis, and a GENERAL CLEARING OUT MUST TAKE PLACE before laying in our fall stocks. Look at our White Goods, Laces, Hamburgs, and French Embroidery. In taking: account stock we find a large supply of these goods on hand which ivVJST 3E SOLD. LINENS, LAWNS, SEARSUCKERS. 5 Ginghams, and an endless variety of summer dress goods must go. Ladies' and Misses' underware. Collars end Cuffs. Lace Gloves, Mits, Parasols, Pearl Buttons, &c. In all of these goods OTJE STOOS IS ' and comprises all grades from the -'nest to the cheapest. The most com- I plete stock of Ladies', Misses and Ohiidrens' hose of all grades and prices. i uanuuui una :iiuui uuun in ! Pi 0 Ufi AAVI 9r Qf'T fv V ft lA $ V P AT J 3 U ,;U fit: a MANCFACTUUE OF L'Ol'ib; uiVjii. DiiiiUO, ih'JiLuil 50 AXO BU1LD1XU MATERIAL. Est; hiished in si. War- . 00a..-, Xiii. pposite ( ui- i:. il.'.i tiliK, Fro n-:. tor, ' ii r. ai, S. . : lroia the Fa'tot y an a a ae d d- ( diiee i'.nd lion st reel. ti'iy ai'T ers' la-otie TH NEW YORK, 18S4. u About sixty million o ies of Tin; Si n have me out ot our establi-ainent during the 1 ast twelve months. nil i i 11 '".! ,v '! 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