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KAXDALI liUSfNESS JUXAIitll, PALATKA, FliOKIDA. Ukoistehkd at the Paf.atka Post Office as Second-Class Mail Matter. PALATKA, FLA., APRIL 14,1885. Alexander at the height of his glory felt the need of a Homer; Na poleon dreaded the narrow views of prejudiced historians more than de feat and death, but it has been left for Parson Newman to demonstrate that a preacher can make even Grant's last hours ridiculous. HOW'S THIS? There has been considerable trou ble over the municipal affairs of a sister city, but now we are gravely assured that it citizens have no Ion ger cause to despond since "The l ensaconan is on deck. Will our brother enlighten the rest of us as to how this height is gained. Pat, at k a Daily News. Certainly. The altitude to which we have attained was arrived at through an indomitablo will and a firm, unwavering purpose. We took one side of the ques tion and stuck to it; we did not take both sides, as some pliable consciences allow their owners to do, hence our con fident assertion of assurance. (The News will not understand this, but there are many who will.) Pensacolian. Does our brother mean to make an explanation confessedly incom prehensible ? Why speak words of darkness ? XKXT ! The democratic convention has placed before the people of Putnam county its nominees for the consti tutional convention, and a full ac count of the proceedings will be found in another column. The re publicans will proceed to do tho same thing on the 10th, and then the issue will be clearly and decisively left to the people. We had hopod that there would be no occasion for a part' contest, and we still earnest ly hope no partisan issue will be made now that the struggle is inev itable. The republicans themselves make loud and bitter complaint against the evils produced and encouraged by the present constitution. Mr. Pope continually directed his philippics against that "rotten instrument of oppression" during the last cam paign, and neither Mr. Lyle nor Dr. Cowgill had one good word to say in its defense. We really do not know how Mr. Pone voted; for he claimed to be of a thousand different opinions as he thought suited to his particular audience, but the returns show plainly enough that his sup porters were never instructed to vote for a constitutional convention. And now that the people have condemn ed the instrument of oppression which the republicans made, and against which they never complain ed till its partisan advantages were turned against themselves, they re fuse any attempt to drop politics and do the work demanded by the people in a business manner. We hope they will have in the conven tion a strong minority, because that will be a safeguard against the in iroduction of a partisan prejudice, but we ask of our people a careful consideration of the two tickets which will soon be in the field. The public character of the candidates will be in this election a prominent issue, because it is of much import ance that our fittest men represent Putnam county in the most imoort ant deliberative assembly a growing htate can call together. Therefore our people should choose carefully and well, with a full knowledge of the men and measures upon which they pass the weighty verdict of the ballot-box. It should also be remembered that the attempt to give the state a new constitution will cost us about seven ty thousand dollars. Therefore it is important that only those who are really in favor of a better organic law be sent to take part in its for mation. Among these are to be found many prominent republicans, but it is an admitted fact that the majority of our opponents showed their satisfaction with the present anomalous law at the last election, as well as their determined opposition to any attempt at change. If a mem ber of the constitutional convention should still wish to return the old in strument under whose infliction we now groan, of course he would use his utmost efforts to incorporate in the new organic law features which the people would not ratify, and then the larcre sum above mentioned would be literally thrown away. Therefore, whether democratic or republican, we hope none but those who have favored a constitutional convention will represent our coun ty in that body. Therefore the po sition of the candidate on this ques tion in the past"should be carefully studied. It is a question of dollars and cents as well as of progression and justice. That'theold constitu tion must go has been decided by the people themselves irrespective of party platforms; the question now is shall we do the work in one con vention or shall the state be put to the enormous expense of holding two or more ? At any rate the democratic party will have done its full dut' when the convention meets. It now rests with the people to decide whether or not their own decision shall be car ried into effect. After the work is done, the burden of failure or the glory of success can be justly laid upon responsible shoulders, and the people should see to it that every precaution should be taken a large sum be not drawn front the public treasury without adequate re turn save from tho pockets of the tax-payers. A STORY OF TWO STATESMEN. .Soiiielhiiii in the Shape of a Fancy .Sketch About Mr. Cleveland And a Congressman. Washington Dispatch to the Indianapolis Journal, A Congressman who called at the White House to-day had a funny little dialogue with the President. The states man had been visiting the Whito House daily for three weeks in the interest of a constituent who wanted an appoint ment. "Do 3rou Congressmen spend much of the time at your homes when Congress is not in session?" the President in quired. "Oh, yes.'' replied the member, "we stay here but little of the time that Con gress is not at work." "Nearly all of you men are here now, aren't you ?" "But few of us, comparatively." "I receive a good many calls from them every day" significantly. "Do you ?" with a lookof surprise. "Yes; I have a quorum every day, if they would all stay." "Well," stammered the member, "I think most of us will get away pretty soon now, as we are about through with our work." "Do you think of leaving us soon?" inquired the' President, with earnest ness. "I I was thinking of it," came the reply, slowly and nervously. "Well," sighed the President, "if there is anything that I can Ao for you, you can just address me hero at the White House. We get the mails promptly." The member took the hint and rising, remarked that he might leave to-night, to which the President said : "You may tell other Congressmen that I will attend promptly to any re quest they may make by mail." How Cleveland Keeps Clear of Ex t rentes Tittsburtf Feuny Press. Corporal Hugh Ivi.4, who is here from Washington on leave of absence, tells a stor3r in the Welsh language ex planatory of the methods of Cleveland's appointment?. It's a candid story and he witnessed the scene in the city of I.jangollen, Wales. A boy was grinding down a huge stick of candy (regular brown taffy) when a little fellow came up with one eje cocked and said: "1 say, Ted, gunme a bite ?" The sharp re ply was ' Naw,i wont cause you axed me !' Anothei boy stepped up and said : "Ted, I didn't ax you." Ted's reply was quick: "Naw, I know you didn't, 'cause you didn't want any." The body of John Ahcarns, an olJ res ident of the Xaval Reserve, and for years an employe in the navy yard, was found on the Warrington Beach near Pensaeola a day or two ago. There was a gash about the forehead, but no suspicion of foul play is entertained, the general im pression leing that the deceased having suffered from aberration of the mind, strolled into Ilatton's wharf and fell into the bay or jumped overboard. Chas. "Weinrich and Rev. Mr. Telford, of Fort Reed, have bought an 800 acre tract of land on the Suwanee river, which was formerly an old plantation, and had it surveyed into town lots. They will begin improvements at once. The name of the new town is Riverside. PALATKA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T7IKST NATIONAL BANK OF PALATKA, X' I cucccasors to Wm. J. Wincjrar & Co. A i trensral banking business transacted. Front Street. Dry Goods. DEVEltETJX, BOGEKO & SON, COUNEU Lemon and Water Streets, curry at all times a full stock of Dry Goods, Clothing', Mats, Shoes, etc. A!.-o deal extensively in Groceries of every tie? eription. IJACOBSON, LEMON STREET, DEALS exclusively iu srapla and fancy Dry Goods, Hats Caps. lJoolw and fitatioiioi'y. T. C. COCIIUANF AT MASONIC BUILD- i X hut on Lemon Street, wholesale and re tail dealer in Books, Stationery, Florida Curi osities, Maps, etc. B FRANK CURTIS, BOOKS, STATION- cry confectionery, etc. Groceries and Commission. ER. REID, WATER STREET, DEALER in Groceries, Vegetables, Fruits, etc. "TERTitEES & CO., WATER STREET, COM V mission merchants, and wholesale dealers in Hay. Grain, Fertilizers, etc. A M. HAUGHTON & BRO., GRIFFIN'S ilt Rloek, Water street, wholesale and re tail dealers in groceries. DREW. IT. L., & GARDNER, NEAR FLORI da Southern depot, wholesale and retail dealers in llajvGrain, Fertilizers, etc. Hardware Xte. l.in linnHre. Srm-.S. Tinware.' hmfuT- in Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, house fur- uishinj? roods, building material; plumbing', tinuinar, etc. . Architects. HJ. CAMPBELL, GRIFFIN'S BLOCK, architect and civil engineer. 3Iuslesil Instruinciits ami Wo I ii fi- jHachincs. CF. SULZNER, LEMON STREET. DEAL er in Musical Instruments and sewing Machines. ru!4 and Medicines JUT NAM PHARMACY, CORNER REID & . Front Streets. lru-rs. Medicines. Toilet Ar ticles, etc. ACICERMAN & JACKSON, CORNER LEM on and Front Streets. Full line Drugs and Medicines. rpHE MORAGNE PHARMACY, CONNER X Lemon and 1 ront Streets. Established lVi. Prescriptions carefully compounded day or night. lieei, j.' i.-sii, ;ie. 4 W. MANN, LEMON STREET, OLDEST .XI. beet market in tiio city Orders filled promptly. T B. CROSS, WATER STREET, if .Mutton, Fish, etc. BEEF, u rn 1 1 n re, Etc. L. LTLTENTHAL. CORNER WATF.it & i It. Reid Streets. Wholesale and retail dealer in furniture, house furnishing goods, etc. 4 TTr.T'S!T lUlI. I.AT'IIFI, 'l) IfTHK- land Streets, Manufacturing Upholsterer and Dealer in Furniture. 1) J. GROOMS, LEMON STREET, NEXT TO - (Opera House. Fancy and Family Grocer ies, and Bakery. TJiKlerta Iters. KS. MOONEV, LAUREL STREET. UN- dertaker and cinbalraer. 3Il?seclaneois. 'PIIE I'ALATKA INSUUANCE AGENCY X over three hundred mulions capital, repre sented and corresponded with 1. Harking llill- ntrd. Manager. fOHN RAMSAUR, FRONT STREET, ONLY stables in the city: prices moderate. T CUNNEELY, WATER STREET, FINE JL wines, es, Liquors, etc. Billiard and Rowling Parlors. "1 TARRY HEATH, LEMON STREET, 11 watchmaker and engraver JH. MERKYDAY, CORNER OAK AND Fourth Streets. House and Sign Painter. T T. CONOYER, ARTESIAN WELLS. P.O. ?7 Box, 207 V7"FBH & NICHOLS real estate njrents. Hart's building:. Water Street. CALHOUN, GILL1S& CALHOUN, LEMON Street, Insurance agents; represent only first-class companies. L MEYER, WATER STREET, DEALER IN i Paints. Oil, Ladders, etc. ! nL. GREEN & CO., ROOTS AND SHOES. ! 21 Lemon Street. Florida Southern Railway SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE Palatka, Fr.A., January 19th, lscfl. IJegi ning Thursday, January trains o ami t will run daily bet wetn Gainesville and Leesburg as follows: Leave Gainesville, 3.50 am Arrive Ocala 11.05 a m Leesburg- 12.40 pm Leave Leesburg', 1.40 p m Arrive Ocala, 3.17 p m " Gainesville, 5.15 p rn This traiil connects both ways with trains tin S. V. & W. Railway. Trains leaving Pulatka at fi.0) a. m., and ar riving at S. p. in., cery week day, connect with trains 3 and 4 at Gruelie. Trains 13 and 14 will run between Palatka and Gainesville, on Sundays only, icavin Palatka at 7:30 a. m. Arriving at Grueile 5:"0 n. ra. " Gainesville 10:00 " Leaving Gainesville 4:00 p in Arriving at Grueile 4:30 " Arriving at Talatka 6:30 " These tra;ns connect with trains Sand 4 at Grueile.; J. D. HOLL1STEK, Superintendent. SHOO FLY! No Shoo Fly When Yon Send In! Your Orders For j tlnnr SL UJinrinw Srropnci bWWI V (SlllUUfI WUIUUIIU At IF arrar's Furniture, Wagon and Harness Store. I COR LEMOX AND SECOND STS. Send for prices-orders eominr in lively - first come first served. Meat safes ail sizes at low figures 1? I lounges eheap. For Sale. I have for sale about 1.T00 orangre trees, buds nuu etTuuuj;, ru-fcs m t' ,i cars uiu, uuaii iwu veurs old. Address L. It. WOOLFOI.K. TVclaka. Fl:i. Fm MPRRvnAv j. n, iviLnniuai, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, Corner Oak and Fourth Streets. JL. J. HEACH fc 80N, NURSERYMEN PALATKA. FLORIDA. ALL VKCTTS GROWN S CITED TO THIS climate. Catalogue free. Orange Groves Send to C F. Waldron, Welaka. Fla., f -r his descriptive rcular of property from $) to $15,000. No is th time lor bargains. the PALiiCji L. MBTBB, PEOPEIBTOE. SaTannah- F''W & western rry Waycross Ssliort Xdiie. All trains of this road are run by Central (90ta) Meridia;a time, which is SI minute slower than Jacksonville time. and after Sunday. Novembe- 2. 1884. ! V Passenger Trains will le: leave and arrive as ! ionows: NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. Les.ve Jacksonville daily at T:40 am ; Arrive nt Jacksonville daily at fi:fO p m Arrive at Callahan dailv at :it) a m i Arrive at Waycross daily at 10:00 a m Arrive at Ilainhridw rtnilv nr..""""'"" a'hn L i j Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at 8:"i p m ! I Arrive at Pensaeola daily at 10:05 p m i arrive at mobile daily at .. 'J:4U a m i Arrive at .New Orleans daily at 7:45 a m Arrive at Savannah daily at 1:80 p ra Arrive at Charleston daily ut 7.25 p ra Coii'ieetuifr at Chattahoochee with Pensaeo la and Atlantic Kailroad daily for Pensaeola, Mobile, New Orleans, Texas and all trans-Mississippi points. Passengers for Brunswick take this train, arriving at Brunswick via B. & V. Railway at 12:45 p. m. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars Waycross to Pensaeola, Mobile and New Orleans. ATLANTIC COAST LINE LX TRESS. i Leave Jacksonville daily at 1:25 pin j Arrive at Jacksonville daily at L:;S0 p m j Arrive at Calaliarn daily at Z-XA p in i Arrive sit. Waycross dailv at.... H:.ri) u m I Arrive at Jcsup daily at r:i pin "YW1'1''' i,iy at .... 7:40 p in fUMITIMTI 111111 ''la llifllrcnnt'l .1 r. W.i r. nah. This train stops at. all local stations be tween Jacksonville and Savannah. . . , FAST MAIL. Leave Jacksonville daily at.. . Arrive at Jacksonville daily at. Arrive at ( 'allalnm daily at. . Arrive it Wnyeross daily at Arrive at Jc&sup dafly at Arrive at Savannah daily at Arrive at Charleston daily at. . . 2:30 p m 12:00 in ;t:10 p m 5:05 p m ti:;i5 p in H:l" p in l:4o a m Arrive ai asinnirton. 1. C, daily at..ll:rt) p in Arrive at New oik daily at 0:40 a ra vfiVK!&gSSaSr",rt, JACKSONVILLE EXPHESS. Leave Jacksonville f'aily at 7:00 p ni Arrive at Jackson vi'le d lily at 7:50 a m Arrive at Callahan daily at 7:50 p in Arrive at Wuj ei oss daily at I(i:ii5 p in Arrive at Jesup daily ai. 1 1:55 p m Arrive at Macon daily at 7:50 am Arrive at Atlanta daily at 11:59 a m Pulmuui Motel and Slecpinir Cars via Way cross and Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars, via Jesup, Jacksonville to Cincinnati. Connec tions at Atlanta with Western and Atlantic and East Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia Railroads for all points West and Northwest. EAST FLOKIDA EXPHF.SS. ie ix e jacKSonvino oaiiy at . . 8:50 p m . 0:15 a in . . 1:35 p m ..11:40 pm . . 5: M p in . . S:50 p m .11:00 pm . t;:(l0 a in ..lOSW a in . , 7:48 p m . . ;;.t.'J a in . . 0:15 a in 0:05 a m Ai rive at Jacksonville daily at. . Aii'ivc nt Caliaham daily at Ai i'ive at Waycross daily at Le ive Gainesville daily at Ix?ave Live Oak daily at Arrive at Dupont daily at Arrive at Thomas; ille daily at. . Arrive at Albany daily ct Arrive at Montgomery daily at Arrive at Jesup daily 'at Arrive at Brunswick daily nt Arrive at Savunnith diiily at Arrive at Charleston daily at .12:40 p m rullman Talaee Slceninir Cars, .laeksonvillo to Louisville via Thomasville. I'ullman Buffet and Sleeping Cars Jackson viilo to Washington, l. c. Pullman Palace Sleeping Curs (iainesville to Savannah. Con nections at Montgomery with Louisville and Nashville Railroad for New Orleans and Texas points and the West and the Northwest. At Savannah with Central Railroad of Georgia for ail points West and Northwest. Charleston and SavSnnnh Railway for all points North, with steamships for New York. Philadelphia. Boston and Baltimore. At Charleston with j steamships for New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore, Through tickets sold to all points r.y Rail ! and Steamship connections, and Baggage Cheeked through. Also Sleeping Car lerth8 and sections secured at Company's Office in xisior s i. mining, s i:ay street, ana at Depot Ticket Office, and on board People's Lino Steamers H. B. Plant, Margaret, Chattahoo chee and Jennie Lane. JAS. L. TAYLOR, General Passenger Agent A. M. IVES, Agent. H. J. CAMPBELL, j ARCHITECT & CIVIL ENGINEER I Plans' Specifications, Snperintendenee and Estimates For all Kinds of Buildings. Surveys, plans and estimates made for ail kinds ol civil engineering, canals, docks, ter minal facilities for railroads, water works, sewerage, irrigation, drainage, river and har bor improvements, and landscape gardening. Land surveying, examination, laying out and mapping oil' town sites. Barometric levels and flying reconnoisance taken. Properties and proposed work examined and reported on for non-residents. OUice in Grillin's lirick Mock, Palatka. Kla. palatkT1ce"factory "Will novr Deliver lee In any Part of the City. Orders from n Distance Will Receive Prompt Attention, LOUIS C. O. llox 418. CANOVA. PETER HUNTER t T - -cuims. J-iu,yvi. Ail Classes of Brickwork Done in Best Manner and Satisfaction Guaranteed. j D ., 0 rx n u ol j. ! DOIlyl b, OeWgrS, CIC, DUIIl Oil OllUfl Notice. Lock Box 419. Palatkn, Fla. "V" IE 'JR "ST I ! 1 i j ; I i r r- . ri . j J D : Fcr 3 F,rst-CkS riorse and Bueey- saddli: iioiisi:s, !ranythini?intbt,UinototbeSTABLE3of JUHN HAmoAUH, FRONT ST., : PALATKA, FLA. Prices Moderate. Only Stables in the Citv. It. S. MOONEY, Undertaker & Embalmer OFFICE AND RESIDENCE CNDEIt RED Me n't Hull, lAurcl gtret, Palatka, Fla. !S0 JLj PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S i For Garden or Grove. Guaranteed Analysis on Every Barrel. Manufactories: Boston, Mass., and Charleston, S. C. For sale by DREW, H. L. & GARDNER, SOLE AGENTS. PALATKA. FLA. Also wholesale dealers in FLOUR, GRITS, MEAL, HAY, GRAIN, UME CEMENT PLASTER HAIR Etc. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. We have now reopened with an entirely new stock of goods, and are constantly receiving ship ments from the North. No old or stale drugs on hand, every thing new and fresh. Our prices will be lower than ever. We have not the largest store, but the best and largest stock of goods, also the most complete and most select variety of Christ mas goods. If you wish to make your friends a Christmas gift call and examine them. rlOBAGNE I KERSTING, On Lemon St., cna door ebove Fry's Brick Elock. TMDAPTAK7 TA MM ftI7EQ I Lumber and Laths , In Small cr Large Quantities ! From the V,-7 It VI I Mill at Devil's Elbow, Opposite Palatka, Headquarters ssnd yard at Palaik-.i. Oilioc corner Water ami Madison Streets. Tl.tving our own tug-bout and lighter enables us tode Jivcr iumlK'r up or down the river must advan tageously to purchasers. We challenge ad vectitious trace. Promptness and dispatch considered. Guaranteeing satisfaction a spe cialty. 1885 THE PHILADELPHIA TIMES Aims to cover the whole fi-M of pni::reuive journalism. No subject is too great inr ii to discuss intelligently and without bias, and none so ingigniilcaiit as to erauc its lmtice. It lays the world tributary to its wants, and everywhere i!s agents may be found, alert to gather the part icuiars of "all passing events and send them by telegraph up to the last mo ment of going to press. It is u brief and ab stract chronicle of the time and contains all that is worth knowing in tin; lr.-tory of the world for the past twenty-four year?.' $1,000 j Tll8 Weekly Tiffl8S SI. OO A YEAR. The Largest, the Brightest ?nd the Best. A Newspaper for Every Household. "TIIK WEEK LV TIMES'' iJ forem.st arar.nir ' the largest and l:ot of the F;miiy and Gen- oral weekly news)u)ers published i:it:oeoim- try, and it is now offered to slnsrle subscri! ers : at One Dollar a year am' an extra copy (riven i with every club of ). It is the most progres- s j sive journal ot its cln.'s. lisniin is to tie the ; j newspaper of the people of the whole court- I I try; to meet every inteliitrei.t want in journal- ! ! ism, and to make it so cheap ilwt all can afford to enjov its weekly visit. i "THE ANN AES OFTHE WAR" have len j one of the distitit'iiishinir features of "HIE i i WEEKLY TIMES," ano is now imitated in ' that feature by many of the leading jmirnaU : and iierifidii als of the country. The best wrii- ' j ers from the active participant of the. great : ! striifririe on both sides will continue the eon j tributionsto the unwritten history of the war : in every number, and make the jaer speei- , ally entertaining and instructive to t.e voter- i ! ans of both the Rkieand the Gray. j Terms of !nVssoi,Iit Itiu I "THE WEEKLY TIMES" i mai!eL it- : S paid, for One Dollar a year. Every club of AI ! : will be entitled to on extra eoriy. " Address, THE TIMES, Times ItuiUIii.ir. Iltila. jTROPiOALHOTrL&RESTAURANT ; SITCATED OX THE DOCK. i ionvenitnt to all railroads and steainboats. ! Meals and lunches served to order on Euro- Terms moderate. Regular ceais ' pean plan. ' 33 and 40 cents each. E. C. Post, Prop'r. Ti 1 Una nrf a mi arm vi mi 5 ill i DAWED B X TOT WADF ii mii mi i im i h mi n BWill reduce Prices Devereux, Rogero & Son, DR Y GOODS But more especially Cloaks, Shawls, Blankets, Silks, Overcoats, La.lics' French, ewruai'ket.s, Balmorals, Quilts, Satcus, Circulars, Kitl Boots, ALSO Our entire stock of White Goods, Hamburgs, Laces and Trimmings generally. In these goods our stock is large and varied. Heavy, deep Embroid ery worth $3.00 fer yard marked down to $2.25, and all the above goods mentioned in the same proportion. We must have room for our New B ! Which wii soon be pouring in, standing the Great Inauguration Day Of March 4th, we have just determined to inaugurate a new schedule of prices on SHOES, HATS and CLOTHING. Fine French Kid Boots Ladies and Chiidrens' in all sizes, and BEST makes. Miles' Sons HAND-MADE Goods for Gentlemen at REDUCED Prices. HATS We are now receiving our New Stock of Spring and Summer Hats, a fine assortment, and some ENTIRELY new and novel Styles. CLOTHING Suits which have sold all the season at $12.50 we are now offering at $8.75. PANTS and OVER ALLS and ALL goods in this line reduced in price. DEVEREUX, ROGERO & SON. VEETEEES & CO. mm ifiBdoiuN FLOUR, GRITS, CORN. HAY, OATS, BRAN, COTTOfi SEED sVSEAL &. FERTlLtZERS. OPFOSITE J. T. & K. W. 11. U SOCTH 5IDE. All Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention and Ouick Shipments Made EOBT. m H3 3T,AHVCIXJ 1 ALATKA, KolD-t. IR. Eeid & Son SZeixIkza; Family Stor Keu leu, Florid ii. i Dealers in Genera! Merchandise. A I .ill partment. A!v,'as give us a Cal 3 t3 fcvi 3 i 5 S-l in all Goods in the on the following : Jerseys, Kint Goous, Flaunols, Plushes, Hats, Slippers, Jackets, Lalich' Vests Cas! micres. (tinji'liaius Shues, I?.:! hers, 130CJZ and furthermore, notwithstand E,. BE ID. STOEE FLOHI I) V . FuS! Line of Goods Kept in Each Dc S 1 1 1 LINE, 13 ifiEROli Ml ! 1