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THE DAILY NEWS.
COKRESPOXDEXCK Solicited on all inte resting topics throughout tho utate. AVe will be esiiecialiy grateful tor all local items of interest to the public. News Bout by v.-ire should be abbreviated wiiefi pi ic ticably, and sent after 6 o'clock, p. m., whin s ei to PALATKA DAILY NEW: AciTTslPOIl TIfF NEWS. The following- (fentlemon are the author! 2d j Kt" s, hi thc-.r several localities: W. 11. IeV; t, Spn Mito. W. 0. Taleiitiue, Nashua. C. fc. raeka: d, Welaka. It. ;vf. 1'uiii, XorwalU. J i: Marshal', Fr-nthm-l, FLv .! I McCalium, OruiiKe Mill s Flu. A. ii. C.rtlett, Georgetown. Daniel Darling-, Drayton Island. K. K Hitfley, Lake (ieorjre. J. L. Ilurton, Oeseent City. J. C. Strickland, Inteiiachen. A. Munroe, Mc.Meekin. Wm. C. JlraduoCrt, be Vide. J. s. Cnwd'ui, Sc. Av:.'r.i-;ti-ie. H. A. VoffeHtacn, Melrose. Cin'ile"! M- fr:-. La So Wort is, 1'ln. P ;., 4 TiZA, FLA., JUL riTtie "Onily N javh Can be r irchi.f-e l at F. C COCHRAN 3' N,W? S'I'A D, at the Por-t OJf.ee. The Ohio" .f Thk Daily t:i:vr is lo i or ftr rt.t, i.i tlic new bi.iluinjf ne:; ileid's general mui c. Th8heriom'ratth Mo - i.e Pham ey rej?i8i.-.l yesterday 7ti deg--cs at 7 a. m. M I dejrreud fc Vi -p. and . . d'-jrrecs- .it ti p. ia. i I Tl-e Pionc-jr Ie jou.-.o is o receive .'lis ' wee': another car?o of nin- i id 'inadulK it- ft, n.itoral Ice, tree t'ro.n "i-'lower'a" but s lin j w:Wb ivin. ;fo r several y?r;s iK-en n'r si- ! oen Oi iu.3 e leuis touin.tni limine; ill? ! many friends" who arc read to accept his fruano-j'ees of all articled ha :v tied by him s ich as as Natural lee Hay, Grain, Lime, Plus er, . Uriek, Cement, etc., etc. Heading Notices. KOAKDIXG AT THE AVOOLSKV HOUSE. An attractive hoi ie. T7a. V. Forward is this w;.'fk reeeivinf di rect ironi the West ii lreah n id lare h' ot Corn. Hay, Oats end Rran, which h; jtrof ses (as tieietol'ore) to delier wiihin city In its 'free of charsre" at the very lovve-it priced. Vv'm. F. Forward's ice house is si ways f' Ily supplied and ready to meet any demand in nU, lor the tiest Lake lee. Mii.L1.verv Goons. Mrs. J. A. Smith is ;cl linjr iier entire stock of Millinery Good at Kreatlj reaiued rates and invi .e.3 tlie ladie ; to tall early and get bargains. Usa Odenta for the teeth, prepared only at the Putnam Pharmacy. Pure, flint, Kennebeek Toe has for the j ast foo years been "delivered free of charge' within city limits, from Wn:. F. Forwa d's Pioreer Ice houw, and rhc propiiotor see no reason why he should not continue to do so. Rilt.imore Hay, Grain, etc., arriving' all 'he time at forward's (irain D-'pot. Mriek, Li ne. Cement, etc.. always on hand. Prices low nd goods always tirst-'ehtss. An instant and perniooen cire for Nee al Ria, Sick and Nervous Headache and ail 1 er vons pains: Take a tanpom t d f .'or l. n's Joyors Julep as ier directions o-i "ottle. In painful menstruation il acts like mayie. It one dose relieves you instantly don't stop i ik inir till yon are permanently cured. Price ."0e. For fale by druists in Palatka and else where. ws The Florida Mkdicine Hood's Eurkka Prepared expressly for this climate. Atthis season in this climate a perfect household pan acea. It prevents malaria, cures liilioun -ss. relii:vi co:istiinrion anil 1- ecps jou hear hy ! an 1 well. I o tne tusine!-s iim ij it is mra la l;!e. i:i'"i.v ta.e a dosi wiien you feel un eli uiid you v. ill not have to l;:y up, but can at tend to business nnd eat wh-.t vi like aa- tro iii'iimJ' Ron of we'.tiior. in l':i.:i' ka and elsowheie. For sale ny dnw stf The Harvtt HorsE. Savannah. VWi ir? to SiVHT.u,ii. Cu., v. iii li.nl tut; II.n U'-tt I b isc a eoTrifortrl' e and desirable .topping ol ce, wlirc the in norm excellence ofthetab.t .s n Sitbj' tof Rcnerul rt'iiiurK, wliik- the put - is only J J per iy. Chicago .i.iioiiul Hotel e- porter. Furnished Rooms the coolest and most desirable in the city. Apply at this office. Proceedings of the Town Conn ii. At the mootirg of the city comic i on yesterday, the clerk, Mr. Pal!:, made he folh-Wii.g exhibit of the present statf of our finances. APPUOriATio: FOU THK YEA".. Folic Slayer's Court 200 AMOl" T EXPEM -:i. r; 05 IS 4.3 U 00 fUret o() Printing '- Fire 1,CH llos-ilal '3oJ Savengar Cart ." Commission GO:) Sahnics 700 Ken:, stat y legal fees 150 ) and other Miscel. e"d Go 60 $6.0(-.) 2.r,W 10 The following resolution was t en adopted. It is urged that, our citi7 ns shou'.d meet as requested by the cotr-ci! tint the matters may le duly considt :etl K'fore any definite action I -e taken in .he pren:!s'S. The resolution speaks fo: it self: AYnereas. a petition has I eon preset eu to the city council in session July 0, 1' 31, asking that ditches and drains le duj. to carry otT surface water. And whereas, the appropriations tor street purposes has been nearly exhi lis ted, and that the city council has no means at its command to comply w th paid portion therefore bo it Resolsep, That the clerk of the co in- cil be empowered and instructed to is ne a eall to the citizens of Pi-latka t m et at the court house on Monday evening at 8:30 to take into consideration the mt di txl of obtaibing funds for draining s ud city, and other purposes of vital imj r tanee to the city. Louis Falk. Mr. L. C. Canova has now secure. I a guUable lot next to the Red Men's h;dl, and will soon have in place and in act.ve operation the ten ton ice machine, w th which he arid his associates have beer in . . , , . i ti business at Cardenas m t ul a. The gen- tlemrn has had the benefit ot long ex- perience in this particular line, and the enterprise will be another move iathe right direction. Mr. John Burton, of Crescent City, is in the city, mingling with his friends. Ue is a popular boy in this burgh. CIT Y IJOTES. Tne Gem City Guards improve with each succeediug drill. The skates go round and skates go down at the Rink to-night. Mr. A. VV Itoysdcn has removed his law oj'Kce into tlie residence of Mrs. George Miller, on Lemon street. Positive Skate. Comparative Si a- ter. Superlative Slate-red. ! Th large and handsome stean er Chesapeake is rapidly growing in popu larity with the traveling public on the river. The news from Chicago was eagerly looked for by our citizens yesterday, aid the buetr- at the telegraph office v ts frequently consulted. There were several small bets mi 2e yestc-ivav on Cleveland's winning the nomination at Chicago. Cleveland v. as taken ogai ist the iie'd. "William F. Forward has a lot of n nv ! sncciivs lIiLa morninc-, to wr-ith attention I is cidle Tie cairiei a full stock at ill goods he deals in. j tim? of th.'i goods he deals in. j,r. Oscr TV. You .ip: has commen ed main; nctrring wire meat safes, and is now readv to suppl v any demand in , ,. " r thai L;ie t. at may be made on him. may l, s. ?I. P. Thorn: 13 and two sons :ir- rived rrom Lets'm. g Tuesday. Tl ty will irnke their future hom a at the rt si- .w, !-,, fntLr Mr ri W Prntt in our city. It manages to get pretty warm in Pa latka between showers; still the th ;r mometor h?s not reached as high point here as it has in the cities of the northern states, nor is it likelyEto do so. Mrs. M. ,S. Burnett keeps a splendid i boarding-house in St. Augustine, je- tween the old fort and bath-house. The Gem City people are especially inviced by that lacy to stop with her. Mr. Henry Mooney, of Griffin, Ga., is in tho city to-day. Henry is one of the youngeot drummers on the road, and represents one of the best furniture hou;:e-3 of Louisville, Ky. The Church and Home is a handsome ly gotten up and well edited weekly oa per, published at Jacksonville, and it should receive a liberal patronage from those in whose interest it is published. Send for Mr. F. TV. Mumby for sample copy and terms. Laurel street is being leveled up and plank being put down, so that it can le used as a wagon road by the J., T. & K. TV. railroad folks. All tiie crossings w ill be planked over, the ditches will be filled, and when the work "is completed, it will be as good street tis any in the city. A g-nthman received a good ducking in the river, just in the rear of The News office, yesterday afternoon. He had climbed up the mast-pole of a small sail boat to arrange something out of order, which caused the boat to turn oyer and cool him off in the placid waters of the St. Johns. Our citiren Loir's l?alk is an independ ent republican, but hs is so happy j is:, now that he claim;; his new boy liti s r record as spotless ;s Cleveland's. Vt know the young Fab; who starts so web will n.jver vote for a tattooed man. II ip piress and long life to father and sou from Tun News. r Our fellow-townsman Mr. Peterman, has arrived in Germany, and sends a copj of the bill of fare, to shove us how the steamers of the Lloyd line (North Clema:i) take care of their passengt rs. It ii ctrtai'ily one which might he en joy d by any passi. tiger not sea-si ok. Dr. ihiwes, of Palatka, is in Frar ce. wiiere he is probably making a study ot he choler;,. To bothTus Nsw'sexte id its lest v.-ides fcr i pkasant trip i.nc" safe re i urn. A Courte -y to IMLttka. A v ry injyab'e excursion wa gi" er to oju'e a i umber ot our citizens on j ?s terdny through the courtesy of the ;)e-Rarv-Pavii line of steamers, bv Mr. CI as. "iiv L 'i t he urbane Gon'l. Pass, ag "iii of the hue. The wtter Lily remode't i and npovi t-d f om stem to stern un !ei full colors, sailed away majestically i s t swan with about f fty of Pidatka's fail est representatives. The excursion trip oc cupied pbov.t three l:?urs, v.tvl was tbor- ; oughlr enjoyed bv all present. Tlie j thnnks of the party were unanimously i voted to the DeBary-Baya management, ;i:id tendered by Dr. Donnelly to Maj ! Fenwick. firca Covncil of the Improved Ortler of Heel Men, State of Florida. On Wednesday, July IGth, the Gr-at Coina il of the Improved Order of Ped Men. for the State of Florida, will con vene in this city. The Seminole Lodge. No. o. are making preparations to give them an appropriate and creditable re- j oepuon. miucu winciose wmi a grana ... 1 ?1 HI - 1 1 rail at tira ian". s Hotel. Lauies are cor dially ir.vited: admission for geatlen en $1.00. Tb.e Seiuincle Lodge held a meeting Tuesday night for the purpose of electing officers for the ensuring year, and the following gentleman were elected: J. H. Price, S;ichem; M. H. Dalton. Sr. Sagamon: F. D. Ackerman, Jr.. S;iga mon: J. H. Merryday. Chief of Records: A. Usina. Keeper of Wampun. j What Weakens the Republican Hold. I Sf'Ju blicn fm-. i The Republican pohev isnotfairlv pre j iaheir piatform, but it can "be ex- ; r0rted from them bv a sharp and rigorous canvass. L,very discussion oi me lann weakens the Republican hold on the peo ple ot Illinois, ana there are good reasons Democrats like Wm. R .Morrison and Frank Ilurd (of Ohio) could, if thev set al-.ut it, carry the State for the Demo- cratic Presidential ticket. SUMTEJ1 COUNTY And the Florida Southern Railroad. Palatka, Fla., July 5. 1SS4. Edttoe Palatka Herald: Of the many desirable sections of our state, a id t.ju'.h Florlf a :a par', if vkr, St: nt?v cani ty is undoubtedly or.e of th j most pioi ii nent in the posse.-iiori of features s 'J, (iiniaie and a.Iatah'-ilx X) h--f p o- acholic of ileld and t. r at , hici ; re . x , - i - . ldais liinu yjLxii si;tiL's, who '-re l ' ;oiv coming in iinl who are increasing Its material interests by tlie thoroiigli culti vation and improvement of in- vu-te a:id wilderness. This- ro-i'ity is ?tu .:r--- on the ridge, or IxcH-")?t-, whl;.i el -i ds .'r?i"rb tl ? rr;! t hr ?. oi t taf ; "ts it J I . .'til 1- '..lti .g ' , Oi.". "roai l v.i -.i In : -i'j... tne coiuiU" it iioieu i ir ts i iii.i.. vears Uyotl under giea (.us;--i i u- 1 J3 or v. es I't ' ' f 1 n x:! -? ' t" 1 U' t Iti : 13 ill i Uiisbaing obvbted by th wi pr rat. v. ty ; vc.-i ;c.u.t).'ed.ii o. s .ie F.oi ' s. u;h- ; , 11 Pj?iKv;i v a'l tl,e '.' r:.-'' ' -lie 'ik. c.'f tor rn , . c- n? v j. -s. j,'C Upp--3C:a! cnJa and Lie aii clat"cu of ;t ; L.r -d - t e l v;uv if : r p-j-i h o t. r.t e -ty, Is iio ,v re.ili.:er. ,c that It tndv bo s-,M o h "t ;" i' ?d . .t a . rgis .a :o th i- i a .4 i,.tl i ure ir I'.o -pi c. J ho most notable " me r,c -s !;- r x gi ess and lii .uvojo genera. LuV.-es-ts, - ccuhar to the fruit vtO. t; a; c 'go of 41-e st&.trt, i"e ; 'o'lg ''a ") the I'lcria Sot th:r I ra i". ..y, ng e of he :ounties cf Put nan .tclix..:, -1 on md Sumter. At this ser son ' ' t'.io yeir, ;lie felCs are green vitl .va"ii g con, g o:v:-g c :tton, and ot). 'i h. -.'m o.c js, while the 'uxuricntgryw ihcf ; ht-or: ure. banana ari'l other fruits also ar"et the it .ention of travelers o er t'u" li.e. I'lr.ny new buildings have been erected, aiul an , . . , , . r i i eye to arciiitectural beav.'y of des.gu has been observed. From Icier! aehen a:id Keuka, in this county, through to Lees- vttrg. the terminus of tho r.ad. vhb been the rule and not the exception. ias md iiidicates unmistakably the reflr.em'-nt , ,,. , . . . , ,., ana cultivated taste O. tl.o Peic.era. In order to have a knowledge- and proper appreciation of the wealth of fer tile soil and timber lands so lavishly dis tributed along this lin, it is necessary for the seeker after information to go over the route and acquaint himself with the facts. A description of the pictur- southerly alonjr sajd west .bank to place of be 1 1 I frinnmr, with votimr place or precinct at I'a- esque lakes, rolling hills, producti 'e fields latka. On motion it wa.i ordered that all that por HiMi iiuittul groves, may co.-ivcy some tUmof e!e:t ion district .No. :, ivins soutli of idea of the beauty of tho country rnd what may be iceoirplishr-d ly et.,"isal and well-directed energ . but to be fully possesf.p'l r,f a realicti. sense of its value as a desirable region in which to invest and settle, it must be gone over. The writer, while passing through the new town of Conant, in Sumter county, was much and favorably impressed with the evidences of prosperity indicated by tlie work already accomplished and the preparation being made for re-.b' n of :.ddit"on-'.l bulldi.igs iiid olhi f'j'po e 'uentt. he wai fortimte "-i rT:-t:ng lit. M. W. Collins, '.vuo isl:ir;oiy ''-.Lor- j estou in the euUnyo cr y, oesnb-s .etrg n- r-'s'eci r-. a !u.'-gt- trv. f ud -n lie surroun ling c-ftry. iro-ai 'ii:a ;i de scription of ibe place was obtain. :d. Conant was founded by tho Sumter County Land Company. It is situated on the Florida Southern raii var. eight md n half miles from T. -e- o- -g. ir: he "'r:-i'ge Lb Us: 'aii'- i ui -'n rcgu'av ' r 'er "- : L'V 1 -in;. O: i car, b. IV'. ' U 1 : .1' 'eC . vr. 1 ' y, sts i h 1 bed IT t Ise.ti. crd Vlv rajhhv .-.i vv-:.g ioi ala.-gi iir:.t-cir,-? a oi 1 o ;e .a-Ui'i'.l'it'-'v. I' 'si ' .e ui . b. ."n er " d lots are i e. ng disposed of sp.-ed :.;t : .;h k is that t r:i ' n on aoipiii'e a . giow th .h-rj to u: .euiiuc's. At I. a iy i.a';. .u v er- . .. : iiy. r nd ') id n vt : r.'::..;. s. S. .V. Tt ag Jo-i.i '.' Vr. Trvu... B 1 1- or, i ! ' v. hioli cv hr.vo aire: .'y p .-- .--Vi tU ; ; id U rp-.yir.g her -u. -i w: for their crgy mil cto" ere'.iii'ib-'.e d.p;. o" i ev r ;u nT-;;,! si f . n e ii;t,;v,re. it 7. -ns ,r- b,a! a i.i .-vtive i , ?;od' ncf s snd brsire- o ,sr -. vi.i(r-'ri p.r 1 Pih-s vv i '"e v' 'ab'- rs. i-al fe-ssrs. A itbers and Holt. --v . L. CIc-u-., :.nu Ids s n. ilr. I to iry C o .i. , -re the f rtavate poss ' fs -rs o. vj-.I; .a jiacvs near by. and trl'e g-o,-; iuii j In 'Xinting i' out as one of 'b-j r.'ost r- l::ii al ly bit no d to'.vn i i tbe; ec -a' y. Z he health of Lady Lake is good a consider ation that wid be favorably entertained by every settler. However, good health may be found in the entire Orange Hills region. j Leesburg. the metrowlis of Sumter j county, is also not behind in that witch j roes to make a place prosperous end j prominent. "With natural advantages, j i which makes it the distributing xiiu. i"or ) j a large area of country! combined with a j j progressive people, Leesburg wdil-ecome conspicuous as one of the first places of South Florida. "While here, we were pleased to meet many old friends, and were most agreeably entertained by Mr. W. A. McCormick and his excellent wife, at their handsome residence, with i Vi v:i lit ilitv trolv Southern. Our return over the well-equiprd Piorida Southern was very pleasant, and on speeding through Ocala. that pleas- ure was heightened by a glimse of cur j j inthe doorway of the Banner office. ! , . , , . , .T . j and who neJ us to stop otT. Being unable xo do so, with our old felt hat v,-e waved hint an adieu. Some other time, Tom. The train was filled with enthusiastic Perry and Mabry followers, and frm their animated discus-sion.5 and prophetic utterances we judged the olitical pot to be boiling "right smartly " through ut South Florida and that gieut enthusia m is felt and a strong support will be given our nominees for Goverr"n and Lieuten ant Governor. "With tal!r of del candidate?, conventions, he coming r d- hot ponueal contest, anu more, uui lg our ears, we rolled into Palatka. J. H. C. P. Florida Fruit Growers' Association. A special meeting of the Florida Fiuit Growers' Association wili be h.e'd at "a Litka on Tuesdry, Septfioiii'i-2, l-t. to luake arra'igcm-T.ts for r fu'l ai.d tc it- plote eoMr-cf son of FlrTi b" fn1 the r' i: 1 ig j Vv'oild's i;.Kishion at Ne-.v Organs; t 'id for the transaction of snc'i .Iher buslt .'ss 1 as may come before the association. A I lullathu b::'-e ' lY-r ?eriVrs of rb? as- i so, ion. and of all vh, co-c-psrate .i;.hJ is earn: are willing to j i rt-uiesttc . I). Red:ic:ci, pj-eslden; j For SherK', I oliet- m self as a eiuutidsife i'or Die oISo of Fhti'MI' i A )'ul f.iim conn! y in i-oviM-iee v 'fa : ie Mate n l'ni'y, i he solution n. )L III" ! 'in. Yi ry re -i" veiiti To Ucrnocrai Fviliowinsr t'i" rule adopU-- iy the onei tive tiemiu-ratie stat eonvniion, 1 pre; my P"f." t" t ,i -4iU--s of 1' r .iioi as u cu. di- 1 (hire tor rovommenoatio.i to the fowrnor '.'or j sti'jrid of m;h1 eountv. Very Uer-pectt' The C!u.nc?f;$ !.i Ire Election Districts of Putnam Ccdntv. In ueeordaiw with the st':u:e in such i xse I made and provided tne eha ii s in tiie bo ;n daries ot t he elect ion district f I'lunam t'o m ty Florida are hereby n;;-ie in.;tt.et-j of pa ilie noiiee, at the rejrular nieetii of the Kosml of County Ooiumis-sioners for s...d county on j ,n uary 5, 1SSS, in compliant e wit h a uetition to such etfei't, On motion ordered. Thnt ihe north h 1' of ! section , township 12, south of ranae 2; t ast. i ! onibia. cd within the b-mndarv li"e of . tdeetion uisn-iet No. 5, as h n-ot.ae hud ,ut ! irh voting psaee or preemct at v. T. Pott t's M 'I .. . In compliance 'ith a pei i oil from the i iti Mvinjr at Hut" i!o i .-lection di' t ict zens in the vieinitv of and iliuif, aUinx ro ; uueexed ' No. On motion it was c-roered that election district Xo. S. be bounded and described as i il- j low-: Hojnnr-.insr at the intersection or lie ; Ocklawaha and the T. Joli-i's Liver, the-ice i folio wins- the i ickhiwaha IV : s to the lin- e- tween towiedup li, ran.irj' 2.", and 11 rartrt 2ti S. & K. Thence runniinf north to Kiee Creek; thence following Kiee Creek to the St. John's Kiver; thence southerly alonjr the western bank of said river to a point directly west of the mouth of Dunn's Creek; thence east across said river to the mouth of said creek; thence following said Creek to a point where it crosses the township line, thence west in a direct line to the west bank of the St. John's Kiver, the p.eseut northern line of Jnl !t;iTii county. and east ot sr.u s t r vH, ik- amiexed to unu made a part of election district .No. It. Dissolution of Copartnership. The Co partnership heretofore existing be tween t'harles K. Warren, lioorjre C. Thaj er, and Josejdi H.V.'arren in the business of print inr and publishing, in the City of palatka, Fia., under the tirm name and style of Warren, Thayer i; Co., is this day dissolved by mut ual consent. The business heretofore conducted by said tirm will in the f utuie be crrried on in the name of Charles E.Warren, and ail in debtedness of the tirm wiil be assumed by said Charles K. Warren to whom all bills owim; to the firm heretofore evi-tiiex at the present date shall be paid. June 1' : :. Sk,.!:d. Cn tn.Ki E. W.uiito. Olio. C. V i vv Kl'.. JOS. 11. W A Ii RUN. Witness: Cr..':. I!n.uu;i . ,-. EiiYCK. 1". :-!.ni'r::. Xot it'-. Having this: day by Ttiiiium ( en unt disso' ,-ed the eoi'.art'iers'.no hen-fofiiro e vist :ii.trb'-f v -en u and (iei.ie ( . '('buyer, v.i ii';r pure! as ei! li-e .drood will of s:i id j"ha v, -,,-e siiall con tinue trie business rd' print iifc a nd pubiihinj as heretofore at the same place of business VM Heid Sr. Palatka, Fla.. tindei'the name of Charles E. Warren. SlO.NEO: JOS. II. W A HI' K.N. Ciiai:i.,-:s E. Wat.ukn. 'ot !'. It.viiur tbisti:".y ;i: a.-e- p r:rc witii iO ve roti'-e been pli.eed in cha-, of the- l..-i -,erettd're eondu- ien iuue-t- e firm n.i::. of W:u !!. T'oye:- V Co. I f. . tie-, of tha.'iuinjr tii public for ; i..r ea. 1 i:,iL'e nd trt: " to .e. rii their :r.od v..! ... t'r- ..u. by i!i,iee;;ii;ii ur a r'-puta; u.;i .---e-d -.' k, r-roinntly done, rt fair priei .-, hi.-oi.rx to ive j sat act ion to all. ( ti,s. V. ....i.rv 'i.'.m i .n. . T. ? C"" t'Si av ii r He H i"itl:!-. Florida Beef am! Umm COXST.vNTI.Y OXH.'-VD. ALSO Vegetables anc: Melciis - w HANDLED OX COMMISsiUX. . ' ' : Stand, W;.U i strei r. VVhclasalo mi iletail tU K t! ri Florida Sontbern R'y Dock, PALATKA, - - FLORID! ice Delivered in any part of the City FREE. j GIVG IHG & Tricil. ! j LOW PRICES AND FULL WEIGHT GUARANTEED. i t i in AiiER i f! i EOBT. IR. KEID3 THE ZFTIMIljLi-Y" STOEE 1 u. L IT K A, ZRcffcrb- 'Jn IV O 11 lv Ji. Dealers in Genera! Mcrchand'se. A Full Line of Goods Kept in Each De partment. Alvays give us a Call. & si Lh L l sHit & n y h l is ALL GLASSES OF SEAL -.STATE BOUGHT AND SOLD. Tu L-Ghm OH TEETKB3BS & CO. yyyifiialyiM iviLitllllii 1 d FLOUR, GRITS, CORN, JAY, OATS, BRAN, C0TT3N . SEED MEAL ,fc FERTILIZERS. GKIFFIN'S KLOCK, W TEH STKEET, PALATKA, FLA. All Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention and Quick Shipments Ms is Hardw HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, HARNESS, SADDLES MIXED PAIS ITS PLU3 1 1 5 1 IV C5 , TITVIV :iVO cV : FITTING Executed on short iif.ice and on reusonuble terms. liiliJtlcsi, - - - - - - lo"loi'ilji. s Wi STOCK OF MISFITS kit? ! y -5. as FOTJETI1EW T3 YvTniOLT IiaSi'JIJ 1Z To make room fur my Si'.MM lib 5VC('!C. Xo reasonable offer refused. My son v. til tt.iy in town, at the old stand., ail sum n"r. All wo; i left in his charge will receive his closest attei. 'ion. ii. w. icrioitKis. (Ti & 1 " 5 i Y'V Mm li it riavoi's -Af Tin - Hunvadi Janos Water on Draui :. i WORQRQOERIES OF- -;o to- B, O. LASSITEF LEMOX AND 3RD STS, PALATKA, I"IOIIIXV. FOIl SALE! I IV t s: o v s , lO TOW LOTS. Beatifully situated between tlie Station on the Jacksonville, Tampa awl Key West Hail WiTV anl the Church. Masfinic JIall and PuMie Seliool Hooin, Iiistanee frra Thomas Station one-half mile. (,;xl pine land, health v gfwl water, vhxI society. Mao reeonled. tleur ti tle. Prices reasonable, i'or further inf emo tion, call at the premises oraddressat Palatka, Florida, J. W. THOMAS. I i T rv rtn . i lViii lii'" i i FLORID A. ... roa & Soiul., jrr ily Stcx o 1 o r i tl it . NICHOLS CITY PROPERT Y are, muii, mm Mid ORDERED CLOTHING 75THJH LANSING & CO. Keep eoastantly on hand a complete sb ;k of Fresh Grocepos CANNED GOODS -Axn- PROVISICNS V.'c nave now an assortment of VERY FINE TEAS LANSING & CO,, Lemon Ftkeet, PA LATKA, FLA FACTS WORTH KNOWiTS ! That we have rvt ojien'il a carriage rep ry lor the purpose ot -ei:iut- i'J a lot. of K'ls. but it isa taet t'.at we haveopf riei' iMjsitnry lor tii- sale ot first -t-lass fyls. ha e eome to stay arel int-n. to make ou posit ory a en-.iit to I'alat ka uiel oul eonntyl our stK-k oonMsn r,f la'.'iv.s" art iies" )i;etoiis, eii'l spring an! sule-l.nrtop iries, farm and express v. dxnn ami carta SltO- h'.-ifi :i n--We - re niim . ia- f j. n. dkvs make, jacksonmllk platform s-'prinir wasi-oa. Watertown en wagons, t v!-!ior- yearintr. luinl-r fa 1 ir h'1 t:re. Uorn' .-s ol li trruies, fH!es, hI halter, whips. .Ml our irooiis at e v.a 'ntat just v.'h-it we reeonirrierel them to Ije. .. ...,'1 ...,,1 L,..r. .1 .,.., i ... .. corn' iriK, it t.s, ?tti Oivo FARRAR k JONES, MEliI:YIAY'S LUILDLVG, Ix-raon Htrfet, opi.site mrt House W. COlSAlJ, FLORIST & LANDSCAPE GARDENER LARGE VARIETY OP PALMS R RK J. V K. anl S.-mi-Tropieal Plants in ireneral eontaritly on hanL ''orresrMniencerHieiteii From street, neat to Ibink, Palatka; Fla. I AJLA3I II. xirsLiaY, GEM CITY HAIR DRESSING ROOMS LEMON' ST., PALATKA. FLA. FRESH, SALT &8ULPHUR BATHS