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Solicited on all Interesting topics throughout
the state. We will bo especially grateful lor
all loeal items of interest to the public. News
sent ty wire, should be lrevintel when prac
ticable, and gent after 6 o'clock p m, aMre-sed
The following gentlemen are the authorized
agents of The Pai.atka Daily and Wkfkly
News, in their several localities:;
W R DeWitt, San Muteo.
W V, Valentine, Nashua.
C S Packard, YVeluka.
H M I lard. Nor walk.
J E Marshall, Fruitland, Fla.
J I Meta'.luin, Orange Mills, Fla.
A II Hattlette, Oeoriretown,
Paniel liarling, Drayton Island.
F. E Itigly, Uke George.
J h liurton. Crescent City.
J C Strickland. Interaction.
A Munroe, McMeekin. 1333
Win V Uraddock, Seville.
J 8 Cewdoti, St Augustine.
A II Vogelbueh, Melrose,
Charles Moore, Iako worth, Fla.
?ALATKA, FLA., APRIL 14, 188.1.
Tlie Ially New
Can be purchased at F C COCII RAXES'EWS
STAND, at the postollice building-.
Tlie News Ofllcc.
The office of The Daily News is located on
Water street, in the Iron Uuikling sext to
Heid s brick store.
Heading Notices.
Tax Assessor's Notice. I will he in Nor
walk on Thursday, April 2nd, for the purpose
of assessing projerty for taxation the year
1SH3, and for the next three weeks will be in
West Putnam for that purpose as announced
by posters. JIkx.i. P. lioyi).
Tax Assessor lor Putnam Co.
Wanted. A reliable middle-aged white man
who understands the cure of stock, and who
has worked in orange proves, C xl wages
will be paid. Apply at this office.
Over f 2(K) worth of scenic back grounds poe
iug rhairs, balustrade and other accessories
on the way for Mangold's New (!ein Ciiy llal
lery. Mangold's new (rallery when completed will
lie the finest in the stte. All furniture of the
latest styles. One price alone. Is capable of
making sixty dill'erent changes.
Foit Kent
apply to
-Fine store rooms on Lemon .St.,
li. Fai.k.
For Sale Thousands of eld papers,
good for many jmrposes. Apply at the
News oflice.
Messrs. W. II. Cook, Irving Gillis and
Benj. Harrison, candidates of the conser
vative democratic party of Putnam coun
ty for election to the constitutional con-!
vention, will ejHjak at tlie follow ing na
med places:
Interlaclien, Monday, April 20, 13 m.;
Johnson, Tuesday, April, 21; McMeekin,
Tuesday, April 21, 8 p. m.; Ockwilla,
Wednesday, April, 22; Banana, Thurs
day, April, 2;, 10 a. ni.: Putnam Hall,
Friday, April 21, 10 n. ni.; No. 13; Sat
urday, April 25, 12 m.; IJostwick, Mon
day, April 27, 10 a. in.
All friends of good government and
conservatives of all parties are urged to
Florida Fruit Exchange.
At a Directors' Meeting of the Fiuit
Exchange some routine business was
trasacted and George R. Fairbanks, M. J.
Doyle, E. Bean and D. Greenleaf were
appointed a special committee to present
the objects of the Exchange at a series of
meetings to le held as follows: Palatka,
Tuesday, April I t, 11 a. m.; Micanopy,
Wednesday, April 15, 11 a. in.; Ocala,
Thursday, April 1(5, 11a. pi.; IiOesburg,
Friday, April IT, 11 a. in.; Fort Mason,
Saturday, April 13, 11 a. in.; Sanford,
Monday, April 20, 10 a. in.; Orlando
Monday, April 20, 7 p. m.; Rock I.edge,
Thursday, April 23, 11 a. m., and thence
to New Smyrna and Day tona. Meetings
are to be held nt DeLand, Plant City,
Tampa and other places, and will be an
nounced later.
The state papers were requested togive
notice of the above meetings. The meet
ings. The meeting then adjourned until
Wednesday, May flth.
Crescent City Item.
'Squire J. II. Harp is busy getting his
oranges to the market, and is receiv
ing good prices for the same.
Tho steamer (ieorgea carried a merry
party of pie nicera to Westonia last Sat
urday. We learn that the day was one
of merriment and pleasure.
We learn that several illegal votes
were polled at our municipal election,
which will, in case they are cast out,
make a tie lietween city marshal Jacob
Burke and Jack Jenkins.
Messrs. J. M. Crim, F.
and Jack Jenkins are in
missing pension agent,
F. Rutherford
pursuit of the
who absconded
with the team belonging to Crim &
Rutherford. The fellow crossed the
river at Jacksonville, on Wednesday
last. Hoped they will come up with
A traveling show consisting of four
Italians and three bears, spent an hour
in our city one day last week, gathering
In 6everal dimes from our eitizana who
were willing to bo taxed to see the
trained beasts perform some clever
Messrs. Beach & Miller tell us that
their boats have transported 30,000 boxes
of oranges to Jacksonville this season.
With their zealous attention to business
and polite and kind treatment of their
customers theso two men have succeed
in receiving the larger share of the pat
ronage ot the people who travel and
shtp by the boats of the Jacksonville and
Crescent City line.
The fire department will meet to-night
for the purpose of electing officers for
the ensuing ye;ir. On Friday evening
the department will have a parade, at
which time the new truck of the hook
and ladder company will be received.
This is one of the best and most beauti
ful trucks in the state, and the boys will
take a just pride in its possession.
The Florida Fruit Exchange will as
semble to-day at Fry's Opera House.
Corn Meal and Grits. Vertrees & Co. tf
Found. By a lady in the hall after
the festival of the Memorial Association
some valuable gold jewelry. The owner
will find property at this office.
Chicken Feed. At Vertrees & Co. tf
Dr. J. P. Dromgoole, one of the pro
priators of the celebrated "B. B. B."
medicine, is in the city, and will leave
some of his remedies on sale with our
Cow Peas. For sale at Vertrees & Co.
The verdict in the Drayton Island
land line case, tried in the circuit court,
should have been printed as rendered for
the defendants" represented by Messrs.
Calhoun & Gillis, instead of for the com
plainant. Roberts' Razor Steel Scissors and Cut
lery, Needles, etc., at
Devereux, Rogero & Sox's.
There will be a special meeting of the
Mechanic's Steam Fire Engine Company
held this evening at the court house at
8 o'clock, sharp. Important business is
to be transacted, and the members are
urged to be present.
For Rent. Tropical Hotel with furni
ture to desirable party. Apply on pre
mises to E. C. Post.
About ten o'clock last night two ne
groes got to fighting in the alley between
the express office and Cunneely's saloon.
The fellow on the bottom set up a terri
ble yell, which drew quite a crowd to
the place, but there was no blood spilled
and Sheriff Zehnbar arrested the bilig
eranfs. Grand opening of the season ! The
largest and most complete stock in the
city ! Devereux, Rogero & Sox.
The store just vacated by Messrs. Ack
erman & Jackson will be occupied here
after by
" Devereux, Rogero & Son.
The ladies of the Ladies' Aid Society of
the Methodist church are sncceeding in
selling a great many tickets to their en
tertainment to be given next Wednes
day evening. The entertainment has
been postponed from time to time, but
the ladies have now an attractive and
entertaining programme.
Look at our new Hamburg Nettings,
Ruchings, Collars, Ruffling and Laces.
Devereux, Rogero & Son.
Our bargain counter is now longer and
we are displaying many specialties which
has been impossible for us to do before,
on account of limited space.
- Devereux, Rogero & Son.
After much earnest and persistent
effort the committee having charge of
the entertainment to be given for the
benefit of the Methodist church "build
ing fund" are pleased to announce that
complete preparations are made, the
assistance of some of the lest talent our
country affords having been secured.
The entertainment will come off on
Wednesday evening, the 13th inst., at
Fry's Opera House, and will be musical
and dramatic. Those who attend will
enjoy a rare treat and help a worthy ob
ject. Don't forget the time.
Ladies' and Children's Underwear,
Corsets, Hosiery, Umbrellas, Parasols
and Satchels, at
Devereux, Rogero & Son's.
Fifty cases of new Spring and Summer
goods, just received at
Devereux, Rogero & Son's.
As an instance of what patient indus
try without capital can do, we cite the
case of a young colored man who came
to Florida eight years ago from Georgia,
arriving here penniless and had to work
three days for the wherewith to purchase
his first pair of shoes. He stuck and
went to work, and to-day has his clear
titles to sixty acres of excellent land with
a good house and a fair orange grove
coming into bearing. His name is R. R.
Johnson. He has not only improved his
worldly circumstances but his mind as
well, having by a little help from his
neighbors acquired a very good common
school education.
All-wool Suits, Men's Boys' and Chil
dren's bargains never before offered in
Palatka, at
Devereux, Rogero & Son's.
Baldwin & Cochrane take risks on all
property. They represent some of the
best insurance companies in the country,
and would le glad to show the public'their
manner of doing business. Give? them a
Union lleligious Services.
We are happy to announce to our rea
ders that arrangements have been made
by the Baptist, Methodist, and Presbyte
rian Churches, of Talatka, to hold a se
ries of union meetings in the Baptist
Church, commencing on Wednesday
evening, April loth, and that the Eev.
James B. Dunn, D. D., (at present sup
plying the Presbyterian Church) has con
sented to preach every afternoon and
evening of this and the following week.
As strong etTorts have been made by
churches at Orlando, Tampa. DeLand
and other points to secure Dr. Dunn for
similar work in those places. We con
gratulate the churches of Palatka on
tneir success in retaining his services
here. As Dr. Dunn, we understand, ex- j
pects to return ti his northern home in
two weeks, we advise our readers to
make the most of these meetings. The
evening meetings commence on Wednes
day of this week at 7:45 o'clock. The af
ternoon meetings commence on Thurs
day at 4 o'clock. A cordial invitation
extended to all.
Delegates Nominated to the Consti
tutional Convention
Yesterday at 12 o'clock m., the Con
servative Democratic Convention of Put- ;
nam County met at Try's Opera House i
for the purpose of nominating candidates j
for the Constitutional Convention to meet ;
in Tallahassee in June next. !
In the absence of the Chairman of the ;
Executive Committee, the Secretary, j
Benj. Harrison, called the Convention to !
order and read the call published by the i
On motion, Judge Wigg was elected
temporary Chairman and Benj. Harrison
temporary Secretary.
A committee of five was appointed to
examine the credentials and make a roll
of the delegates. The'report of the com
mittee, seating sixty-seven delegates, on
being read, was adopted.
Judge W. II. Wigg was elected per
manent chairman and Judge E. M.
Vary secretary. On taking the chair,
Judge Wigg stated the object of the con
vention and appealed strongly to the
delegates for harmony of action, and ex
pressed the hope that good men would
be appointed as delegates. The chair
then declared the convention ready to
hear nominations.
Judge Benj. Harrison was nominat3d
by Mr. N. H. Thomas, which was sec
oned by Rev. A. II. Robinson. Mr. Ir
ving Gillis was nominated by Mr. F. N.
Marvick, seconded by Mr. Lott Allen.
Dr. F. M. McMeekin was nominated hy
Dr. L. L. Newsome, but declined to al
low his name to be used. Capt. J. M.
Powers nominated Hon. W. II. Cook,
which was seconded by Mr. John Marshall
in thenamo of all the people of the Pe
ninsula. Mr. J. P. Wall nominated Mr.
Lott Allen, which was seconded by Mr,
A.S. Woodl:erj. Dr. G. W. A. MeRae
was nominated by Mr. John MeRae and
Recorded by Judge Roberts. Dr. W. 11.
DeWitt was nominated by Dr. JLi. L.
Newsome, but declined to allow his
name to be used.
There being no other nominations, Dr.
McMeekin offered a resolution that the
convention take a recess of one hour to
allow the delegates time for consultation,
which, after considerable discussion, was
voted down. A motion was then offered
by Mr. Henry Hutchinson that the con
vention adjourn thirty minutes for the
above purpose, which was carried, and
the recess taken.
On the convention reassembling, the
secretary was requested to read the roll
of the convention, and the delegates pres
ent answered to their names.
On motion it was decided that the
voto for the candidates should be an-
nounced by the chairman of each dele
gation as the number of the precinct was
called. Considerable discussion was in
dulged in by various delegates as to the
manner the candidates should be balloted
for, when the convention finally decided
to first elect the candidate to represent
the Seventeenth Senatorial District, and
afterwards to elect the two candidates
from the county.
Col. R. W. Bard and Mr. John MeRae
were appointed tellers to assist the Sec
retary in keeping a record of the ballot.
The ballot for the delegats from the Sen
atorial district was then taken, with the
following result: W. II. Cook, 48; Benj.
Harrison, 12; Irving Gillis, 5; G. W. A.
MeRae, 1. Mr. Cook's nomination was af
terwards made unanimous.
The delegates from Putnam county
were then balloted for, the delegates
each voting for the two candidates at
the same time. The first vote resulted
as follows: Benj. Harrison, 52; Irving
Gillis, 40. G.- W. A. MeRae, 3; Lott
Allen, 12. There being Borne dissat
isfaction expressed as to the manner in
which this ballot was taken, it was, by!
agreement of the convention, decided to j
have it over, which resulted as follows: j
Irving Gillis, ;"3; Benj. Harrison, 46; i
G. W. A. MeRae, 3; Lott Alien, 1.
On motion of Mr. J. L. Burton, the
nominations of Messrs. Gillis and Harri
son were made unanimous.
Calls were then made for Messrs.
Cook, Harrison and Gillis, all of whom
responded in short but forcible speeches,
thanking the convention for the honor
conferred and pledging their best etTorts
for the success of the ticket. They also
pledged themselves, should they be
elected to the convention, not to go as
partisans, but would work for the best
interests of the people and would use
their efforts to makea constitution for the
protection of every personal and prop
erty right of all the people, without
regard to their political complexion.
There being 110 further business, the
convention then adjourned.
The Tramp on the Peninsula Exposed
antl Described The End of His
Lout! Talcs antl Big Promises
Our correspondent at Crescent City
some days ago gave an account of a
tramp who ha3 been victimizing the peo
ple of his vicinit v. Hon J03. Hicks
termined to expose him with the follow
ing result:
St. Francis' Barracks.
St. Avgustixe, Fla.. J
Anril 10. 1SS3. S
!J. Hicks,
Georgetown. Fla.:
Dan Sir Your letter
of the 0th inst., came duly to hand. I
have looked through the Army Register
and find no such person as Lieut. L. A.
Bryant on the list, and can give no infor
mation concerning the person who calls
himself Lieut. L. A. Bryant. He had no
right whatever to refer to me or any oth-
j er officer at this post, as he is not known
j to any one here. I believe him to be a
i fraud, and, as you express it. a "trans
j parent rascal." I think such a person
j should be handed over to the civil author
; ities as an impostor.
Very respectfully.
John G. Turnbull,
Capt. Third Artillery,
now he looks.
Height about 6 feet; complexion very
dark; scar on forehead over right eye;
4 moles on right cheek, opposite corner
of mouth; long scar on thumb of left
hand; lame in left leg; wears a soldier's
cap and pants, slippers, citizens coat and
vest; claims to be a native of Scotland,
and a lieutenant in the U. S. army de
tailed to investigate the claims of appli- j
cant'; for pensions. He also represents i
that he is a member of the U. S. troops
j stati med at St. Augustine. Calls him- j
I self Lieut. L. A. Bryant. i
Episcopal church j
Monday night the
vclll c-iro n ffsctit-r.l
Mr. S. D. Whann has swapped places j
with Mr. Lewis, at Bridgeport. The ex- I
charge will be made this week. i
Mr. Charles Buzzell, now of Boston,
Mass., but formerly of Tunbridge, Vt., !
paid us a visit last week. He is an old j
time neighbor of the writer's who we had j
not seen before in over thirty years. j
Last week Mr. II. II. Strother and Miss
Jennie Vandervort slipped their heads
into the same matrimonial lcop in the
ancient city of St. Augustine. ,Tbey ar
rived home on Thursday, and were given
a grand reception by their many friends.
?.Iay' their future be as bright as the pres
ent. Wo are much pleased to note in the
published list of premiums awarded at
the New Orleans Exposition that our en
terprising neighlior, C. H. Hart, drew the
lion's share. Will some high sand ridge
fellow please explain how this result can
be obtained, as Mr. Hart's grove is on
low pine and hammock lands that Iwive
been totally condemned by the would-be
educators on orange culture as wholly
unfit for orange culture?
( )
At the Seminary.
''So you have finished your studies at
the seminary ? I was much pleased with
the closing evercises. The author of
that poem Mis3 White, I think 3-011
called her bids fair to become known
as a poet."
"We think the authoress will become
celebrated as a poetess," remarked the
young lady, pertly, with a marked em-
phasis on .wo words of the sentence.
"Oh ! ah'.'' replied the old gentle
man, Looking thoughtfully over his spec
tacles at tlie young lady. "I hear her
sister is quite an actress, and under Miss
Hosmer's instructions will undoubtedly
become quite a sculptress." The young
lady appeared irritated. "The semina
ry," continued the old gentleman, with
imperturbable gravity, "is fortunate in
having an efficient Board of Manager
esses. From the Presidentess down to
humblest teacheress unusual talent is
shown. There is Miss Harper, who as a
chemistress is unequaled, and Mrs.
Knowles has already a reputation as an
astronomeress. And in the department
of music, few can equal Miss Kellogg as
a singeress." The young lady did not
appear to like the chair she was sitting
on. She took the sofa at the other end
of the room. "Yes," continued the old
gertleman, . if talking to himself,
"those White sisters are very talented.
Ma y, I understand, has turned her at
tention to painting and the drama, and
will surely become famous as a fainter
ess, and even as a lectnress."
A loud slamming of the door caused
the old gentleman to look up and the
critici ss and grammarianess was gone.
Tlio Manhattan Club, of Now; York, is
j well represented in the new administra
j tion. Messrs. Bayard, Manning and
j Whitney, of President Cleveland's Cabi
! net, are members, so are three of the new
! foreign ministers Phelps, Pendleton
and Cox.
The Undersigned Wishes to Say
That he has Established a
in Palatka, Hear the Tank,
ON THE J. T. & K. V. K. R.
Orders will 1m? promptly attended to and
FULL MEASURE Kuaranteed. Orders left at
mv house, oa Second street, near the Comt
j House, will be thankfully received and
' promptly tilled,
( Sond in youp ordeis an,, x wiU sen,, vou flll,
11 in c 1:.
Front lloyal, Va.
rpHE PROPRIETOR soliets the patronaire of
-L the Southern People seeking a summer
resort ill a higher latitude. Front Koyal. the
county site of Warren county, is situated in
full view of the Blue Riuire Mountain?, in
1 cl5 proximity to many of the battlefields of
1 1 ue iuiear, una uui a r uoi i uisiauee irom
I Manassas. !) (y communication with Wash
; ington, lialtin ore and Richmond. The scenery
! is unsurpassed by any in tnerica, while the
I properties of iae waters an 4 the pure atmos-
phere, makes it a most de- -able place for por
t sons seeking pleasure or he;Uh, and many hun
; dreds make annual isit3: oiii the South de
j lighted with tiie c.imate and scenery. The ho-
tel. which hs iatel v been thoroughly renovated
i is supplied with all modern conveniences and
! appliances met wita in larjre cities. Tbecuteine
j is unsurpa -sed. First-elasa livery stable at
I tached 10 the hotel. Boatixg. Fishiso and
; GcNstsc. luteiliffent guides, thoroughly ac- '
iiu;nuira nu me rnuuuiuK couuirj, iur-
; nisnea ior guest. uanKs. rout ornce, "leie-
1 grapji iu..
j .t Charges moderate. Special rates to f am-
ticulara cheerfully furnished.
1 Pmf Mont ten Hmc .
Prop'r Mont Vieu Hotel.
Front Koyal. Va.
j pn3-rttn
M n ?0l !R TJ
Mi 8 li Plfc
General House Furnishing
Picture Frames to Order.
carnes & mmm
Main St., near F. S. R'y Shops,
Florida. :
Have on hand and constant! v arriv-
iiiij a full stock of
Paints, Gils, Builders' Hardware1
Doors, Sash, OSinds, Etc.,
which are offered at prices that
Agts for Binghampton Oi! Refin
ery a!! hinds Lubricating OH.
We make a sjieelalty of fim irooiH ivliich we
are eimbk'ii to olit-r at aa l below Jacksonville
and Savsiiiinih pi ii cs.
(jive our stock an Inspection before vuv
c!iasin;r elsewhere, nn.l examine our price li.-t.
Prompt attention given orders i'rota a distance
Reduced Prices for tk Sinm
St. John, Singer, Boniest?
or Crown
Complete witb a full set, of . (aclinic ms and
warranted for live 5 cars. I buy direct from
irniniifHctia crs ami jn ve my c::.-temers uenetits
of commissions p;iil to nj-vnts.
S5.G0 TO $25.
Machines and Orynns shipper to any railroad
depot or steamboat hiiiilin wishiti Ik It v mile"
of I'alatkn.. with privilege of e.x.i.nitmtion anil
return at my expense iice of c.: i, if not K:r
fectly satisfactory.
Don't 3Iixs; tlie IJK-tO.
C. F. SULZNER'S Music Store
Next to P. Ti. Calhoun's Ian' o!!ice,
street, l'alatk'1.. Yin. !'i.i:io. organs
kinds of musiral instruments.
:! :il
Artesian Wells, Irrigation.
The rapid jrroxvth of trees nn.-i the frreatcst '
developement of fruit, enn only he oliliiined j
by proper tirriintrcments f'r Irrigation, dvi- i
rinsr the dry sjei!sth:;t vi-it. u.s every ye:ir. j
With plenty of water at comm;' nd, thojrruwt ii
of youni? trees, and the erops of those hi i ;- :
injr, are an assured suecc-s.
OUANGECUIrt'ltc:. j
n beon
f"For the purpose of irriiration, prop-
Miils,,': - lbe
Correspondence solicited. t-.st miistts riven.
Contracts taken for wells. Four to six-inch
pipe reecomuK nded asroo.- t practical
1'nUlka, I hi.
P. O. Rox 2!7
Or at Office of E. K. McKcun. I.emon Street
"With new and complete machinery, I
am prepared to furnish
In any quantity on s-hcrt notice. Only ;
good timber is used in the manufacture
of these articles, and I can guarantee
satisfaction. Orders from a distance
will receive promnt attention.
1M) p.ox l:v". Fulatka, Fi.i
T. II." BROWN &: CO.,
ridge Builders; i
P. 0. Bex 379.1
Oransre prove. cfcear for rash, ten aeres.
containing one thousand trees, tive hundred
j six years old and heanny. one-naif mile from
j poct office and four ditrerent v harves. half
j ditionTj 1 "V.Sido of contion tihrifl
j ty Crescent Oty. Priee $Aai. Ad.lre,
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Box ST.
.Crescent City, Fla.
P 11 IP
b w us m o
MAI 1 llNu,
W Ii 0 lesale and Retail,
Next Door to the Daily News Office, near the Dock.
! Fsli Supplies by every Steamer,
Careful and Prompt attention givenSoiCountry Orders.
trictly First-class Goods for Our
With Free Delivery as Usual.
Prices Guaranteed as Low or Lower than can be
found Elsewhere.
IB"'- C
wi:ou:sAu: and retail
tlerick's Patterns, Fishing Tackle, Florida Maps
Wrapping Paper, Paper Bags
Headquarters for School Hooks.
For Prices On
lour, Bacon, Hams, Lard, Butter and
Cheese, Canned Goods and Coffees,
everything else in the Grocery Business at Bottom
Also n
Stoves and Furnishing, Wood and Willow-ware
At Prices Never Heard of Before in this City.
2 Car Loads of Flour will be here to-morrow,
1 Car Load of Stoves in a few days.
Come new and Improve your Chances.
"Wholesale stmLcL IRe-tad-l.
Zl e isu a
W ater Street, Palatka.
Having purchased the entire Stock and Fixtures of F!r. J. N. Black
well we will add greatly to the stock, and keep con
stantly gh hand a complete supply of
Fancy and Family Groceries, Crockery, Tinware, Etc.
I We wiii handle only First-class Goods and we do not propose to he
1 til '
; undersold by anyone.
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isjy s ujjdsiijjgnsfl fluey uoSujijtfjaA pue inoqSnojiji msm jjoois
iiiiUil IB u
fl tho
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Canned Table Goods. Fruits,
Cheese, and everjtMng in
j Crockery, Glass, China and
of Cigars and Tobacco at all Prices.
I carry a larger stoclc than ever beforc.and till (foods woltl
arc just as represented. I have 110 Cheap John (foodw, lt
give Cm 1 1 -welfifht and Ctill vn 1 no for tlie money.
Car-load Lots from tlie West
Twine, etc., at New York who
:lo prices.
Lino of
V. ll.MSSHIlXrV .Sc CO.
yr viz
u w m bi fed WW i
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Seasons Delicacies.
Lard, Bacon, Sugar, Coffees, Teas,
tlie eating line to be desired.
Tinware. A Splendid line

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