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DAILY iJEXyD-PALASHA, IsLOOlDA. TUESDAY LIOB17H7G, JANUARY 31, 1888.
THE DAILY NEVS
Tn JAtvr Kmwm Is pabUsbsd rrj
ImM elt. or aHUMd. ixwfaMr free, V i
n -1 I i . utku Sit MS J
olumn papar, published evtirr Friday, oon
Iwmc aU Um news of the week, local and
a.ssrj. It to the bvyas and
V-lr papnr published In Florida, and wul be
, posuura frea, tor si a year, or ss con
for six i
xav Dpecinvu nim xw w wj
v - ilM.aJM.nanfa A cahU MT HlM fnW
tn toaertioa. and W cents per lliis for each
anatUoamt imertloo. Special ootivea, 10 cent
par line. Seduced rates oa ooattnued adrer
All sdrertWn Mils become due pro rata
very swath, tjpedal aad sluwt-ttma payable
ta adVance.
All rsaaittsneea should be made by express,
aaoor r-nier ur retristttrvd Usttr.
lilresM. IMK KJrwsi.
PALATXA. FLA.. JAN. 31. 1888.
There was good attendance of the
Gala Week Executive Committee last
night The meeting to-night should be
equal to it.
Have we fire buRS amongst as? Re
cent investigations would seetn to show
it. ' Oar readers are familiar with the
facts which hare been laid before them
MTeral times. It would pay to make a
' thorough investigation for clues.
It is proposed that a meeting of mer-
chants and property owners be called
this afternoon at the Board of Trade
rooms to take measures for catching the
fire bug who seems to be at work in this
city. Prompt work must be done or our
city will suffer a great loan. The fire
bug must be caught.
Those who have been wondering at
the scope of the Inter-State Commerce
bill which seemed to cover the t reimpor
tation of the country like a plaster will
be pleased with the decision of the
Supreme Court yesterday on the case from
Alabama. The decisions of the Inter
State Commerce Commissioners them
selves have run with the opinions of the
Supreme Court limiting the interpre
tation of that act.
The amount of subscriptions received
by the Finance Committee, while not all
that is needed, is enough to warrant the
Executive Committee in going ahead
'with the preparations for the Gala
Week. The press of the State has men
tioned Palatka's proposed festival of
sport very generally. From the inquiries
sent in to the committee it appears that
the interest felt in it outside of this city
is considerable already. Beside the pro
gramme of the Executive Committee it
is likely that private enterprises will
"make dates" at Palatka for that week.
There will be something for every taste
and plenty of it.
The bill for the establishment of ex
perimental stations at agricultural col
leges has passed both houses of Congress,
and now only awaits the President's
signature to become a law. As amended
by the Senate the bill appropriates the
money directly from the Treasury, in
stead of from the proceeds of the sales
of public land. This will enable the
provisions of the bill to be put in force
more directly. The agricultural experi
mental stations now maintained in many
States have done a great deal to advance
American agriculture and to bring the
practice nearer to the precision of science
and the economical basis of mechan
ical art.
THE HEW EXODUS.
The proposition to colonize the ne
groes of the South in South America
does not seem to meet with
favor among the leaders of that race.
Not all the pretended sympathy for their
supposed oppressed condition among
Northern Republicans can blind them to
the facts. They have more good sense
than their counselors give them credit
for. It is pretty well known among
them what be result of former efforts of
this nature were.
The earliest of these colonization
schemes was that which sought to erect
a negro republic in Liberia on the coast
of Africa. This colony was protected
by the United States and everything pos
sible was done to set it on the road to
orosperity. The latest representative
sent there, Preston, has returned. Ac
cording to his report the colonists have
retrograded and he, a man of color him
self, felt as little at home amongst them
as a white man would. ile was
thoroughly dingus ted with his post,
which he will resign, and advises Ameri
cans of his race to rem&in where they
are, that they are better off in A merica
than they will be elsewhere.
A fear years ago there wu an exodus
of negro farm labor to Kansas. It is sig
nificant that the headquarters of those
proposing the new exodus is at Topeka,
Kansas. The "exoduaters" have found
their way back to their oil homes, as
many as could get back and the re
mainder are not satisfied either with the
Kansas climate or the Kansas people.
They do not find the Northern people as
congenial as the white people with whom
they associated in their old homes. The
climate is not suited to them and the
cold winters, blizzards and hot summers,
the extreme annual range of the ther
mometer, is severe on them.
The fact is the negro is nowhere so
well off as right here in the South where
he is understood. In no other section
are political offices accorded him so
freely. Very few Northern cities have
any negro office holders. Here in Pa
latka we have a negro Councilman and
two policemen of that color, while in
the trades the two races work side by
side. Very few Northern cities have ne
gro policemen and we doubt if any can
show a negro Councilman.
The well behaved of that race have no
cause for complaint. They do not com
plain. If they did no better cure for
their discontent could be found than a
trip to Northern Republican cities. In
this scheme to transport them to South
America they are quite capable of per
eeiviniE for themselves that some one is
looking for a means of lining his pockets.
If the surplus negro population were re
moved from some counties of the South
to the new Western States it might be
better for all concerned bnt we doubt if
it would for the negro, fie will not go
to South America, however. He is
loath to leave the country he is ac
quainted with.
La Justica of Madrid. Spain, says:
"The red hot telegrams from Key West,
published in American papers, in refer
ence to the situation in Cuba, are evi
dently sent with the purpose of inducing
the Madrid Government to cause the
Havana authorities trouble."
If the mis-government in Cuba con
tinues the American government may
be obliged to give the Havana authori
ties troubles
ErmKiaaaws la a FrsttUtts EtaU.
If Rvritavtev. of PtartiMkL Ms..
is to be believed that town, where; the
most stringent of all prohibition law
prevails, is in a deplorable condition, as
far as drunkenness is osocerned. Mr.
Uavlev declares that there is as much
drunkenness there as anywhere in the
Union, and that is prevails m mm prim
ary and even in the kindergarten schools.
buca a cnarge sounas so nomoie as to
be scarcely possible, bat it has received
corroboration by the arrest of a boy of
twelve at one of the schools so arana
that be had to be carried away by the
police. Notwithstanding- this, we can
not but hope that Mr. Bailey' dismal
picture of -drunken boys is somewhat
exaggerated, and that this vie ia not so
prevalent as lie declares.
B0 State in ine union amm mgui
more earneetiy to put oown nranitw
neas by means of the law. Half a cen
tury ago Maine began legislating against
whisky, paosing a very stringent
prohibition law. There has not
been a session of the Legislature since
that has not sought to extend and
fortify the law to make it more perfect;
yet. after a half century of experience,
the Proiiibitionist themselves confetie
failure, declare that drunkenness is
more frequent in the chief city of their
State than anywhere else in the country,
and that even buys get intoxicated there
and they call for some change in the
law, or some altogether new -system.
The prohibition papers want to try
something ele; it certainly is time to
try it, for nothing could be much worse
than the condition of affairs now exist
ing there. A high license law might
have that effect it has so resulted in
most of the other Slates that have tried
it but whether it does or not, the peo
ple of Maine owe it to themselves either
to refute the charges made against their
people by their own ministers, or to find
some means to break ud the prevalent
drunkenness, and particularly their
drunkenness amomr boys, if the youtn
become thus corrupted, the future of the
State is indeed threatened.
A tiilzzsn. Story.
Waxabachir- (Tex.) Mirror.
They say that a man left Waxahachie
last Saturday, driving a yoke of oxen;
that one of tiiem uied from overheat and
that while be t imed by the wayside
skinning him the U.zard came and froze
the other death.
MARKET REPORTS.
FINANCIAL.
Nsw Tout. January a. Kxraanre dull and
weak at 4K&,l4tt4. Mow easy at 314 to 3. cloa-
tnir offered at a. hub-Treasury, sold, Sl'tt.-
tiijU.euu: SiiTmmrT, currency. Blu,rc,uuu.
Governments ilull but steady 4 per vents.
la; four and a half per eenta, coup.,
state bunds dull and featureless.
Ala. Clam A -As.. I0M
Ala, Via.- II,V...1K
Georgia Takinort..
N.CcoosM ...1W
N. C eontt'd Vs. W6
f . C. Hrooo cm 11)6
Tenn. settie't . . TlM-4
Vtnrinia '. 4Ht
Virginia coneoi'd. 4a
Cheaapeak a Ohio. 4
Nerthweatern... 1.H
Northwest's pref. 144
Detaware to Lack.i:
Krie S
East TennDico... h4
LaJie Shore
Louisville Nash. '
Mem phut a CUr 5tf
Mobile Ohio I -"4
a cbMt n
Asked, tltid.
X. U. Faciflo lsts.
New York Ceutr'l timi
Sor'k West pre W
Northern facifto. Hi
Northn Pwe. pref. H
raeine juu ..
tteiuung .
Kiett. AlJes-'y...
Kich. to Danville
Hi.-h. West ft
slock Inland. , l'-'
si. raui
St. Paul prerd...lt'H
Texas Pacific. .. SI'S
rennloal iron, bv
Cniun Pacific 5-
N'ew Jenev Cen.. T
Humour! racine..
Western Union... Txt
Cotton Oil Cerua. S&i
New Voas. January 80. The stock market
was in the main trons' and active at both enda
of the day, but dull and stagnant during- the
remainder, the net result being irrsgular
changes from last week's Bgures, The senti
ment was quite bullfeth in the early morn ins;
and everyrhinr advanced for a short time,
but It soon became evident that free liquida
tion was In prograav and the advance as well
as activity was checked. The bears used the
great Are la this city as an argument against
the market, the inference being that securities
held by the Insurance com nan tea would come
upon the market. To this was sdded reports
of rate cutting- in the West, but the effect
upon the lit was .not of special Importance,
though buytnjr was temporarily checked. Toe
principal interest centered in coalers aad
grangers, but of tneie Delaware and Hudson
alone fluctuated over a range of snore than
percent. Keatltnir. howeuer. became a leader
once more m the mat hour, when buyina was
better than at a ny other time of the day. Con
spicuous weak snot was Missouri PsciOc
which was affected by persistent rumors in re
gard to it aiMi its kindred stocks; free realisa
tions were in great part responsible for the
temporary set back or the forenoon, but these
eeastil. Price were Arm to strong, with frac
tional advances, duriLg the first half hour,
when a sagmng tendency set in. which lasted
nntil late in the day. prices dropping below
the Hnt llirure in many cases. After the de
livery hour there was a general fractional ad
vance, and the close was quite Una at but
light changes from nntt prices, and with ad
vance in toe majority Total sales, SlcM)
shares.
Cans.
Nw York. January a. Green It Co's
report on et-tton futures says : Tbe market
continues to show pretty good exhaustive ca
pacity, ami the uniertone for the day has been
very well muintaiued Liverpool was to some
extent tiiMppointinw through public advices,
but private aceoonts ran cheerful aa a rule,
and while rofipta were reasonably full, they
developed uothiiur of an alarming character,
and there wait aa evulent disinclinatioo to
offer with much fi-eedom. The room, as usual
for some time pa, was somewhat inclined to
a bearish nuMl. but found the supply so wU
taken up thai selling was extremely cautious,
and rates gtined some 4 points on leading
mouths, with the rinse fairly strong. Buying
wits mostly on behalf of leading bull opera
tors. Htv York. Jam:ary DU. Cotton Arm
sales, sit; tipUixIa, U It-ltt: Orleans HI l.Vlifc net
receipt at all oorts. lTIUS bales; exports to
Ureat Britain, ; to France, 4 ; to the
Continent. 4.JK; to tbe Channel. ; stock.
KOMS1.
Nsw York, jun'u.ry Cot tor Net re
re iota, SK gross, Ik?i bales. Futures closed
Pwdy; sole. H'.i.
January. 10 Muctoje: February, K Oiil0 ;
March. 10 MH jUO Tilt Aonl. Si 7ft 10 71 ; May,
10 ttiwiO Wi: ,'une, k t10 M ; July, lb hS.
10 k August. 10 K '.10 vfc 8eptember. 10 V
Id 46: K otcr. HI 11 .r.10 Uk. November, w7i
VM; Decemtter. V7tuM W.
Livbbpoou Janury 30. I p. m. Cot f on fu
tures : January, s S-, buyer; January,
February. & JT-S4. buyer; February-March, s
37M, buyer : March-ADfiL S SMI, buyer;
April-May. 41-S4. seller; May-June, A 4S-S4.
seller; June-July. a 44-S4 buyer; July-August.
A 4tMU, Ixiyer; August-Heptcmber, A 47-S4,
seller. Futurts closed Arm.
OiiTHTOii. January 30 -Cotton firm; mid
dling. 10c net receipts, l.T:i; gross. 1.STJ; salea.
4CS ; stock. S1MW ; exptHrta coastwise. 3.413 ;
exports to Great Britain, ; to the Con
tinent. ; to France, .
Noami.K. January U0 Cotton Arm ; mid
dling. 10 1 Ms; net reelpta, 1JK! bales: graisa,
receipU l,-1. stock. 4H,WM; aalea, l,4fw; exports
to Ureat Britain. iJUk coastwise, '.114.
Balttwors; January 30 Cotton easy ; mid
dling, lot; net receipts, 8S : gross. VVk aalea.
; stock. J0.IMI4: exports to Great Britain. ;
eoastwiicllt: to t he Continent. ; to France,
: aalea to spinners.
Bourns, January .10 Cotton quiet: middling.
10; net receiota.3WI; gnaw recelptsi.il:; aalea.
noue: stock. : exDorta to Great Britain. AwSla.
Wiuir!crrrO!v. January a Cotton steady
mhldling 10 A-10 net receipts IHS; gross receipts
lsti; aalea, none : stock. li,0l;l: exports enast
wwe, Ub4: exports to (ireat Britain ; to the
Continent, ; to France. .
Pittt.ADRi.PRlA. January 30 Cotton Arm
middling net reeeipta nsi recetpta.
Si stuck. S.tAA; exports to Great Britain.
: coastwise. : to the Continent. ; ship
ments. .
Pavaar. January 30 Cottno steady; mid
dling. ; net receipts, S,r.l; gnaw, X.S1I :
ales. Ml : stock. M.0S3 ; exports oaMt-
wi, a,8aU( to the Continent, ; to Great
Britain. : to France
New Ori.bass, January 30-Cotton Aim -middling.
T : net receipts. S,0I7 : gross re
reipta.,(Ur); sales. SSIU; stock 373.110c exports
to Great Britain. : to the Cuuuoent, ;
to France. ; coast a be. lJDS.
Moan a. January 30 Cotton quiet; mid
dling. ": net reeeipta, UklS bales: gross re
ceipts, 1.J70 ; sales. Stale stock. Xjtn : exports
coastwise. SCO : to Great Britain, 4iO; to the
Continent. .
MnnM, January 30.- Cotton steady; mid
dling, l.t-ltl; net ecetpta, 1.751: grra receipts
4,4;-. shipmeuta. ZUU ; stoes. Ub.71 ; aalea to
sptnnera. .
Acorwra. January JOl Cotton steady mid
dling, 10; net receipts, 41J ; gross reeeipta,
t sales.
Cn ARi nertw. January 30 Cotton Arm: mid
dling. 10; net receipt 1.4UT taiea ; giusa re
ceipts. 1.4HT; sale. Io0; stock. a4.M; exvorta
to Great Britain, : to the Continent, ;
to France. ; coastwise. 73C
Atta vta. January 30 Cotton Arm ; mid
dling, trfe reeeipta, 3JO.
Chicaoo. January SO. The markets oa
'Change opened weak and unsettled, though
there was a bearish feeling In the wheat pit.
May opened a shade off at 1?4, In the early
part of the awwo there was a disposition to
await the vfcable supply statement, and May
sagged elf to 81s under light scalping trade.
Whn that Agure had been reached a war
rumor was circulated, which started buying
and caused Mav to advanee to a4, but at the
advance there was enough seiiing to put it
back to Ala. The vtattae supply statssat
was snout what was expected. The decrease
Of AmMW) bnaswL'i had aoeweetoa
more quiet, the f eating was steady, aad trad
ing lsrgeiy of a local character.
Oats were weak. There were vat offerings
to sell by February longs, and H cent deelios
tn prims was the result. May ruled Arm and
active and also easy, yet there was no essential
change In prices.
PioTislona. owing to largely Increased re
ceipts of bogs, accompanied bv a reduction la
prices, exhibited an easier feeling, and prices
were lower on all tewbngr article. May pot k
ened Hi cents lower at fl4u. uecunea to
,4 30. remained steady for souie time, reacted
to S14SVs on war news and again broke to
314 Kc oa realiatag at the advance became dull
and uninteresting and closed at $l4sV
Lard was rain v active ana prices ruiea zw
tan lower, bbort ribs were quiet and 714
cents lower.
Cash Quotations were as follows: loar
steady and unchanged. o. 9 rApring Wheat.
75&r7 : Ho. S Spring Wheat. ; No. 3
red. S0&. No. S Corn. 7irv. Km t ts.
tL(3H. Mens Pork. 314.114 Lard. $7.45.
hort rio aides, loose, t7.4.K$. Iry salted
sooulders, hoxei. --"- Mi" rt dear aides.
Dozen. I.JW(i.w. wtixir, ii.ia
Jawling futures eicaen aa loitowst
Wheat January. : February. 75T4V3 :
March. : May. 81?$. Com January, ;
February, 47: jtarcn. ; Jiay, wn-
January. 3U4 ; February. : May, 3S74.
Mesa Pork vear. ; January. it u,v; reo-
February. $14 15; May. $I4.ia. Lar.i Jan
uary. ; reruary, ...v : May. . c r
rhort Bibs January. ; February. $7.4a:
March. Mav. Si.iU.
Msw York. January 30. font hem Flour
dull cffitu to t.iir extra. taJurtiiiO: goial
to choice AtuXA. Wheat tKKns dull and
weak: spot t to ie lower: No. 2 red. January.
KtSTfjCi: February. cjrssl,4: Miy, 1'TS!K .VI.
Corn to ic lower. N'o. 2 January, ttjUrg-JiOfc
February,; Jlav, oiPi. ran urtP eeoi
l.nrer and heavy ; o. i, January nominal;
Fcta-usry. Hxi-vd-it: Mar. n, No. 4.
spot. M4.7Attk mixed Western. XjM. Hop
null. Coffee spot fair Rio nominal at 1.: no
tions unsettled: .No. T Kio, January. l.i..iO'.r.l4:
February, l3.Sfta.lJ.10 : Man h. L2Jif. I3.no;
May li4,V!ili:o. rluirar duil and entirely
nominal ; fair reflning quote-l at 5: relined
dull. Molasses dull, kice firm. Cotton teed
I il quiet at its for erteie : 11 rr renned.
ltonia ntcn-ly at fl .KMfiil.K-i- Turpentine
Arm at to;, Mi les quiet but steady. Pork
auiet. Wool dull anJ unchanve4i uomestlo
eece. n.t7 ; iHiIletl. LV-40; latter choice;
Tuxas. ta'640. Beel dull. Tiercel Beef quiet.
Pickled shoul-lert. WiiMi. MPlllea luu. l.nl
4 to point lower and du'.l : Wentern steam,
T.HitfclJ'ft: February. ST.TirtiT.r.l ; ilay, $7.KS
&T.A5. Freighu dui! -eottoo, -L
VnTtocn. January t The Mark Lane Ex
press says: There Is no demand for native
wheats, and it is impHitle t sell either in
the Londtat or country market ex-et at a
decline ranging Inml neitow to I shilling The
fact that much of the wheat otteriua- is in bad
condition helps to depre-w values. ale of
F.ngliath wheat during the part week were
S2.IM1 onartcrs at KV1. egain.'t 4H.4u ousr.
ters at .i 4tl for the correinoing week last
year. Flour Is greatly riVpreose.1; the best
finalities, though scarce, barely maintain their
price. Foreign wheat vatita are only nomi
nal. There are no buyer even at A pence 1
shilling decline. Liverpool uuotationa are 1
neany per centul lower. Foreign Hour tie
dined S oence un sack. Corn is steady, owina
to small supplies. There were four arrivals of
wheat carvoes: one was sold, three withdrawn
and one remains. At to-dav's mat ket decline
in wheat was unrelieved. F.nglwh wheat was
A pence 1 shilling cheaper on the week; nourS
pence lower, vorn uuici, oais nun.
Nsw ORUtAgs. January 30. tToffee mar
ket dull an! lower tuo cnrinxts romiana
to prime, Wtl. Klce is in ga hI demantl
IMiiaiana oniiiue.rv to nrime. 4W rVu tJotton
Heed products dull and nominal; prime ennie
oil. 34.4: summer yellow oil. nominal. Sugar
steady and in good demand louunana open
kettle choice, A 11-W: prime to strictly prime,
f,i ; prime, 4 1&-1S; fully fair, gooJ fair, 4V
A ll-lrt: gtaid common. f-vt&A S-Irt: Iajuisiana
centrifuKals. choice white. tP.rTS: choice
yellow rlaritled. Wn't: prime yellow clarified,
&-VA5U1: fff yellow cUril.c.l. A ll-l&di.
Mutasnes quiet Louisiana open kettle choice,
S4; strictly prime. ii-M; gooJ prime, Sttf&H;
Diime. Z-itif: l4ib.iftiia citrif ugaia, strictly
prime to choice. Stj4: prime to good prime.
initial; 1 air to goou lair. iau,i.
ft. Lorns, January 30. Flour unchanged,
Wheat No. 3 rel cash. tWil: January.
February. : May. tHW'&Xili. Corn higher
cash, 4Vtf(TXi ; January. ; Feliruary.
4i: May, Art,SA. Hsu weak and lowr
caah. 3uif ; January. - ; May. 3U.
Wbiakv steady at t l.ue. Provisions firm.
Pork, new, $ii.7iTr.li. Lanl. 87 . Iry salt
meats, boxeil, shoultier. f V- ; long clear.
f7.ii; clear ntis. J..tt-f. ; short clear,
7.H7V. Baoon boxed shoui lent, $tiO ; long
clear, $.: ; clear nhs. $ ! 4.m, : short clear.
$Jifii.;H- llamssteadv atSlOiVili
Wilxitotox. January HO --Turpentine fli
at 37. Hosin firm: strained. K; giaid strained.
&, Tar firm at si.l'i. mine lurpentine nrm;
uard. I13r. yellow dm, JZ.r. virgin. IX .
RAVAJtsAR. January 30. Turrien tins noth
ing doing. Kosin steauv at v.
CHARt-orrOK. January 30. Tumentine nomi
nal. Koaia quiet good strained. Hu.
LEGAL.
In the Circuit Conrt tor the
Firth Judicial Circuit, Put
nam Countj, Florida.
William C Bra-Mock
W. W.Grim.
Attachment.
fuui sworn
to ia77.
rpiIE DEFENOAXT. W. W. C.KIM. AND
A. tii other persona lntereateu,are hereby noti
fied of the institution of ibe above
suit, and that certain real estate of the
defendant, to wit.: Block Four 4) of Mason,
Putnam County. IT a., has been sttacbed to
satisfy plaintiff s demami. and that they and
each of them are required to appcur and plead
to the declaration filed in said action, on or lie-
tore the Filter MONDAY IN FLHKLAHY,
In, or said property will be sold to pay the
ueiw.
Dated November 1. 17.
WM. C. BRADDOCK.
B. M. Milxxr. Attorney for Plaintiff.
nol-JmTu
Sheriff's Sale.
BY YIRTTE OF AN EXECTTION ISSrED
out of the ottice of the Clerk of the Cir
cuit C ourt in and for Putnam County and
Stale of Floriiia, wherein Venaole A Herman
are complainant and T. H. Haley is letendant,
1 have levied upon the interest of the said T.
H. Haley in the ao-tartiierhip of T. H. ll.Uey
a Co., and will sell the same at public outcry
In front of the Court Hotiaedoor in the citr of
Palatka. in aiel Putnam County, ilunng the le
gal boursof Naieon Monday, tlie secon! day of
January, laws to tne ntgnit t.111 l. r lor casn.
GEO. J. ZKHNHAK. Jk..
SheritT .f Putnam County.
SUMNER C. CHAN lll.KH,
Complainant's Attorney.
December 1, T7. de?-4tw
The above snle continued to the first Momiay
in February, L-wH. Julo-ttTu
Sheriff's Sale.
BY VIHTTE OF A DISTRESS WARRANT
isnued out of the office of t be Clerk of the
Circuit Court, in and for Putnam County.
Mate of Florida, wherein James H. Fry w
complainant and Thooias II. Haley and John
T. Comer, co-partners, as T. H. Haley 3t Co..
are defenilanta. 1 have levied uon and will
ell at pukilic ou'ery, in frtmt of the Court
House door, in the city of Palatka, in said Put
nam County, during the legal hours of sale, on
Moudav. the second day 01 January. 1 v, to
the highest hlifcler, for cash, the followuig de
sert bed Droptrty.towit.:
Two doxen Chairs. 3 Billiard Table. S Pool
TaMea. with rack, bails and rue attached. X
' a Spittoons, 1 Ciock.l J Picturca, 7 boxes of
Ttbacco.
Bar and Fixtures thereinto belonging.
I ; barrel and 1 half Barrel of Whisky un
opened. - Part of half barrel of Gineer Brandy.
one-eighth " French
" Madeira Wine.
one-hair Gin.
" Port Wine.
", A. Brandy or 3 gallons
rH'upuernong Wine.
- - Whisky.
" " Peach Brandy.
- - Bum.
II Boxes of Cigars.
Cigarettes.
One box containing Italian Wine.
n box and six bottles of Appotinari water.
Four boxes containing wine.
t ine safe and 1 deak.
Twenty-five empty barreW and 1 letter pre,
Gto. J. ZRH.NBAK. Jk.
Sheriff Putnam County.
SUMNER C. CHAN 1)LH,
Complainant's Attorney.
December i. 1C . d.-i-4t w
The above sale continued to the Ant Monlay
In February. !(. jalO-4tTu
Pineapple Plants for Sale.
2 Pf CENTS PER DOZEN. $1J ?ER HUN
'I Dun, tlUOU per thousand. Stiecial rates
ia large orders. THOf. E. HICHARDS,
Proprietor fc-lcn Pineapple Plantation. Eden,
IBdian Hirer Florida. ocl4-dw3m
Money to Loan
A T TEX PER CENT. INTEREST AND
XI Commissions, on Florida improvsd and
productive property, In city and count).
Apply to Bank of Seville, Seville. Florida.
In first application describe the security
fully aa poaaibW.
X. F. ROBINSON,
Mr. VT. Coverdale.
Late precentor op beyerly mcj-
rrsn, England, Is now prepared to give lessons
tn both Vocal and Instrumental Music. Will
also tun and repair all kinds of Musical In
struments. Forty years experience.
x. O. Address. Maiinville. Fla.
1 J. CEUCH SON
nurserymen
-BTIVaV.
A II FRCTTa GROWR SUITED TO rHV
ia. rllsaara fcjr CsSws fnsn.
I
CXOrCAL.
Thorough fy elewnse tbe biorxl, which
fountain of health, by using Dr. Pterce'l
en Medical Dararery, and good digc
which is tbe
SGold-
diirestaoii. a
fair skin- buovanA snirita. vital atrength. and
soundness of constitution will be established.
Golden Medical Discovery cores all humors.
from the common pimple, blotch, or erupt!,
tn the worst Surofuls, or blrod-poawn. E.
peemlly has It proven Its effltacy in curing
Palt-rfacnn or Tetter. Fcset-eorea, Hip-in
Disesse. ScmfnlmM Pores snd ewcUmga. tn
larged Glands, snd Fating L leers.
Goalen Medical Discovery cmf Conromp
tVm (which is Kerofuls of tbe Lungs), by its
tmnderful Wond-rmrif vmr. invigorating, and
fiutrttive rmfiertini. For Weak Lung. Br.it.
ting of Blood. Shoilia-m of Breath. Beoocbttav
Severe Coughs. Asthma, snd kindred sIT.-o.
Hons, ft a a soverrwn remedy. It promptly
cttres the i-vert Coughs.
Foe Torpid Urer. liiltousncws. or "Liver
Complaint.'" Dvspepeia, and Indigestion, tt is
an unequalled remedy. V!d by druggists.
FMK.
PTEncrrm rtt.i!T aatl
Billons and Cathartic.
Xn. a visX br druirgists.
A. N. EDWARDS & CO.
DEALERS IN .
Fine Wines,
Liquors and Beers,
Imported and Domestic Cigars.
RILIaIARiTTAIILORS
THR BAR IS PROVIDED WITH ALL TH
1m1 uNtfMirii a. uiil I ores! ded over by as
aceomclvheu Mixoioeatt, 1 he patrtHiagw -f
the public ia respectf oily .vtacitki $3rOoud
order preserved at all time.
Water Street. II art's Bloek, Palatka.
nttrss-tr
IS A LINIMENT PERFECT!
HARMLESS AN0 SHOULD BE USED A
F.W MONTHS. BfOA CONFINEMENT.
ben D rox book TO MOTHERS .
ViTt knrm rfRrfiULATOR Co J
fx. ATLAMTA.CA. .M
BANKRUPT SALE.
GREAT BANKRUPT SALE !
FURNITURE.
Less Thau Cost. Terms Cash. Store No. 21 Lemon Street
11. F. llOIlEUTS.
JaS-lm
FAMCY
ESTABLISHED 1S7S.
s
CT. G-rooms
-THE
FANCY GROCERTAWD I.
A Specialty of Fine Cream Bread for Fa mily
Trade. Orders by mail promptly attended to.
Lemon Street, on8 door east of the Opera
House, Palatka, Fla.
-
LEADING GROCERS,
PHOENIX BLOCK,
Palatka, Florida.
MISCELLANEOUS.
INTERLACHEN
REAL ESTATE
I have i.kft rmr GhD ROMW
which I offer to actual settlors at llvlnar
prtcea. I bare Impmred and Unimproved
nieelr Ineated. several Lake Fronts, hivb pine
lands. Titles direct f nan tne Government, in
vk-initv of Interlacnen. Keuka. and pleasant
Valley; a few Groves front X to 1 aerea each; I
have a few places with rmtd Kntnlmt'e and
GroTea, Hmldins Lots and Cniniproved Lota in
town. Ny prices are reasonable. Call on or
address
LOTT ALLEN,
I3CTEstUaCHE3(. II A.
BolS-dAwSm
LIVERY.
LIVERY.
FOB A riBsr-cLAra
Horse and Buggy,
Saddle Horses,
Or snythinr that line, ro tbe STABLES of
J 011 It A MS AUK,
Front Street Palatka, Fla.
t9 'lerms ssooaratak Ouly stables in the
ettv.
FOR MALE.
C CHOICE TAWGEBIXE, ETREKA LEMOX
Pmk Shaddock. Homos as 'S 4 trance Tree
from say Nursery, stWeiaka. Write for prices
F. C- lOCHKANE.
Bookseller sad Stationer, Palatka, Ha
krlm
Ij. H.
STAFFOI
RAlUtOAOSt
ST. JOHNS & HALIFAX
t-TBl nWsTK"t v
RAILROAD.
For Ormond, Daytoaa,
New Smyrna, Bockledse.
TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
No. L No. B.
Lv Jat ksonvtlle. J, T.
K. W. Ky .KJO p.m.
Lv tic Augustine, ft. A.
P. Ky MJ0 - -
Lv Palatka. JT. K. W.
terry nr.w ..
Lv KoUeatoa. J. H.
Ky I0: - 31S
Arormond i::lop.m... S0
Ar Holly Hill KM .. S -
Ar Davtona . lii .. S;ii
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
'o. S. No. 4.
Lv Davtoos 7: a.m.." 1:30 n.i
Lv Holly HU1 7:t - .. lj "
Lv Ormond .. . TiJ .. IJU
Lv Koiiestuo, J., T. K.
W. ferry lftJU - .. BdU -
Ar Palatka. J-. T. A kL W.
ferrv 11M .. sal
Ar r-L Augustine. St. A. At
P. Ky iSJO p.m. . . A2S "
Ar JnckaiKiville, JT. A
K. W. Ky 1:40 .. S:M -
CONNECTIONS.
Trains Not 1 and 3 make connection at Day-
tona with steamer leaving 7UI a. m. following
morning for Port Orange. New pmyma. litus
riile and UuckiedKe.
Train No. 2 and 4 make close connection at
Roilest'rti with terry for Jacksonville and ft.
Augurtiiie. also with steamers for point on bu
joniat aim x-xiawaua luters.
C. J. WHITK. W. IL PINt-BEE,
Pre. G. P. A.
Jacksonville, Tampa and
Key-West Kail way .
On ami after December 11th, 1C. passenger
train will leav PALATKA (Lcmull btrrwt
tKtationl a follow :
GOING NORTH.
4:21 A. M. Ct-bas Fa Mail (dally I: Arrives
st Jacksonville :30 A. M.. and has Pull
man Buffet Kleeiiing Cars through to
Warhiiigton without change.
11:24 A. M. Arrives at Jat kaonrille P.
M. Has Monarch Parlor Bullet Oara. and
Smncct with train for tbe North, leaving
IACKSON VII.LEst 2: P. M.
1 P. M. Arrive at Jacksonville :40 P.
At. Has Mtniarch Parlor Buffet Cars, snd
connect with West-bound train at Jack
sonville. OOINO SOUTH.
10:0s A. M. (Tampa and India RivxhI
Arrives at Can ford 12:47 P. Titusviile,
2:0s P. M.; Orinndo, 2:12 P. M.: Bartow,
A bO P. M.: Tampa. C:20 P. M. Has Mon
arch Parlor Buffet Cars to Banford.
2:1 A P. At. CTbam Past Mit.laily Arrive
at Sanford 4:30 P. M ; Tavares. 6:0S P. M.;
Orlando. 6:35 P. M. : Taraa, 0:10 P. M.
Ha through Pullman from New York to
Tampa, and cbniiect with steamship
Olivette or Maacotle for Key Weat and
Havana on Motnlays, Thursdays and Satur
days. :0O P. M. Arrive at Pan ford 8:4S P.
and carries Monarch Parlor Buffet Car.
Except where indicate!, train do not run
Pundaa, A conuecting trin leaves LArncb
StkIlKT 8tatios ten minute Iwfore time
given at Leuion Ptreet, except that no con
ned ion is maie with Cuban Mail Train north
ward. Fast Mail Mouth stoi only at impor
tant stations. Tickets on sale at City Ticket
Oioce, B. KSKSTiso. Agent, and at both sta
tions. L. '. DEM1NG.G. T. A.
M. R. MORAN. Gen. Supt.
Januarv L W-v. de3S-tf
GROCERIES.
LEADING -
THE -
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
BPJU. rVTSAM CALJlOUS. SO ST. W. DATIS
Calhoan & Dart,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,,
PALATKA. FXOKIDA.
WUl practlos in 8Ut and Federal Courts.
T)A TEXTS PECTRP-D ON RKABO!tABbS5
X Terms. Work reliable; papers careful Ir
sud leirallv drawn. Write for particulars. Ik
L. Ciiiaahih Patent Attornerand Mechan
ical rjiKineer. bL vhmm luuoiaj. wasninetoo
U. C
ICE.
PALATKA
ICE FACT0E2V
WILL XOW DELIVER ICS
IX aXY pab jof tue city.
ORDERS FROU A DISTAIIGE
wm recelTS proaipt attenlfcas.
LOOTS C. CANOVA,
p. o. box
ROBERT Q. LYLE,
FRCIT AST) PHODCCK
coihhssiqn debcoaiit,
179 licade Street,
arsw TOM.
' Florida Frolts aad Veswtables s
Real Eotato
Arconcy.
.... jz-t crxriTiL
-s -
I rssa,Sava C-
ItAlLJwOAM.
FLORIDA bOUTHERN BY
TUB 0HAN0E BELT B0UTE.
sts Gerda wlta Morgan
Sse WLmf Wee. Havaan
1 Max
Tim TabU its Jtfect December U, 1897.
TsiAixa ooufo socth.
DAILT
EJCCEPT
8L..SLIAY DAILT
DAIXT
I.Tftt. All trust ne IIDi as
Jackaunvuisu lUtsi
Palatiut t id s as
U SOpni
f (Opnt
t hi pas
SIM p m
S 11 put
Satpas
Sjupm
lu p n
to p ta
Ku p m
','
JTtK WJe KlistB
Interlaeb .. HI a a am
Keuka
- McMeekln
Hawthorn.. ..11 OS s Si
Gainesvllls ..10 a m
" Rocbelie 11 slim
Ar iaiiMvul..UUBpaa
L.t MtuaiMpjr
- Lochias II Kits
t Itrn
tiuais .UUpsa
Welauton
ticklawaha
- bo. Lake Weir 1 if? P m
Lerwljrr .. .. lUlpm
-OksbuBiidta ... ifjpit
!X'euter Hill ttopm
rtaleiKiB.... SauBBt
imps
iUps
' tVp ni
J 60 p m
laps
Arrifs
4 31 p m
IUIB
08 p ia
5 1 p m
lUpu
Arrive
Brookavilat ar 4 su p us
Intde lit)
o City.
U6pm
Richlanrf ...
.taipn
. 10 p m
.liilpm
., tlipui
LauteuuMl .
" Bartow
" Kurt Meade
'Wachula....
Hun. only
tlOsrn k Mi a m
Mam 47 a m
in tn a m Steam
11 til s m HI 14 a ra
U37pmU)Wsm
I Vlpmliaim
l4pmllk)is
S 10 p m 13 10 p m
L'barlar A pop
Arcadia.. ... TDps
Fort Osden... Slips
Cleveland..... . ...
Ar Tranue 30 p m
- Punta Gords
TRAI.NS GOING NORTH.
Lv Punta Gords
" Trabue W
Cleveland....
Fort Off den. T OS a I
Arcadia I IT a I
Charlie A pop
Waucbula
Fort Meade.. K'ti
Ilartow 3l i
Lakeland.... t tela I
Richland to S a
lMAdeCity ...lo Ma i
Bnatksvule .Id 3u a
Peuita-rton ..11 4-a i
Center Hill-.U us p
tlkahumpka.U 9M p
lAwauurs' U 4& p i
H Laks Weir 1 IS p .
ticklawaha
Welahtoo
" OcaJa 15 p I
" Citra ' . .
Lochbie 3 U p I
M 'canopy...
" Gaineavilkk. t 30 p r
" Bocbelle ... Islpt
Ar Gainesville.. 4 06 p
Lv Hawthorne.. ISJpi
- McMeekln.
Keuka
Interlacben. 4 13 p I
- J Tab. W Jo.. 4 46 pi
Ar Palatka tllpi
"Jacksonville. 40 p t
" b- AuaTUStins XS p I
10 30 pm
11 uo p m
11 pm
13 40 sm
1 40 am
I sit m
40sra
4 SOs m
Arrive
t 30 pm
t 4 p SB
Upm
S M psa
1 Ml. M
OT p as
13 I. m
Arnvs
s 2ism
Mam
I 10 sm
7 Xs m
10 s IB
Mam
'''a m
S Hi mm
Jo 10 a m
hi iiu a m
to hi a m
10 a m
10 Mi a m
II 10 a m
11 Si a m
1 W p at
LI Wp m
Daily
4 4a a iu
sua
Usm
IIUIB
ST. JOHNS AM) LAK P. EI'HTI" DIVISION
DA1LV EXCEPT bUNUAY.
Lv am Lv am Ar prn
7 44 Astor 4 in
10 UU.... Fort Mason.. I ao
4 56 Leeauurs
T 1ft Laniera
7 25 ... OranireBend
7ao Listion
7 45 Grand Island
7 Ml Fort Mason.
00 1030 .. ..Eustis SI0
0ft 10 tft..Mt Homer....
1ft lo 40. . .Tavares 1 30
zft lo&o ...Lane Park... Suo
Ar pin. At am. Lv p m
Ar am.
US
.1106
lO&ft
10 4ft
10 30
HCij
10 lft
srwi
SAO
aft
Lv am
t assay Onlr. Trstn leaves lirmburf at 1:10
F m ; arrives l-aiie Park at J0 p m: ieavea
aine Park at 11:10 s ni; arrives at Leeauurs;
lftJOp m.
fXISNECTIOSa
At Palatka with Jacksonville, Tamps ana
Key West Railway, and tit. Auirustine and Pa
latka Railway, and fast river steamers to aad
from Green Cove Xprinirs. Jacksonville and
All points North, East and Weat-
Mall trains make close connection both way
via. J. T. At K. W. Hr at Jacksonville with
Atlantic Coast Line, rant Mail
At Gainesville with throush Pullman sleen
era over bavsnnab Florida snd Western K' ..
tor ."-w urieana, peusaooia, ravannaii, A lua
ny, Mtntfomery, Louisville 8U Louis and all
points Vtest.
AtOcala with Florida Railway and Navia-
aon i o., ana i. b. ti. at u. h. n.
At jtsu.r with ft Johns river steamers for
Jackstaivilie. 8anfnrd and wav landings.
At Loesburs' with the 8u Johns and Lsks
Kuatis uivlaion of tbe nonds nouthern Rail
war, snd boats on Lake Harris, Kuatis and
Gmlin for all ixtintaou Lakes.
At Tampa with Plant Mteamshlps every Mon
day and 1 bursiiay tor Key H est and Havana.
At Ijikeland with south Florida Railroad
fur Tampa, Kiasimmee. Orlando and Han ford.
At Punta Ciorda with steamers Alios How.
srd snd Waikaloo-k-a for Punta Miasm snd
Fort Myers.
8. CON ANT. J. A. LARNERD,
tieneral Manairer. buperinUmdeut.
8. C Bo y LtiTON. G. F. P. A.
St AnpstiiB M Palatka
RAILWAY !
" THE STANDARD SHORT LINL'l
TIME TABLE No. 8.
TaiinE EflccI nnday, Dec. 18, 1687.
fttaadard nssei90tb) Mcridlaa.
PAILT EXCEPT BUNDAV8.
WEST.
msao wiva,
No. 3 No. L
Lv. Lv.
P.M. A.M.
EAHT.
STATIONS. MSAO VP.
No. S. N o. 4
.r. Ar.
P. M. P. M,
3 lft. .8 iO
3 17. S 09.
S 8ft. .8 K.
3 87. .8 Si.
3 4S..S M
Bl. Ans-ustins IX 60. . iU
.New tit. A us-uat lne 12 47 .8 St
...Mb A. P. Juno 12 80 .8 i
rimltbs , .12 27. tut
Middietoa U 19 M
Armstrong i 14. .8 40
11 oily Branch 12 1 4J
3 aO.
3 fS.
4 OX.
4 07.
4 14.
4 17.
8 3ft.
8 41.
8 47
S M
8 AS
aulds uw..tin
Memtteld 11 87. .8
. .. Bueua Vista 11 el . ft M
01 Patterannviue 11 4S..3 O
4 4.
no East Palatka II 40.. 8 lft
4 3A..S 14.. .. Palatka KHR r Dock.. 11 2ft .8 00
4 40..SM .Pnlatka-JTAKWDock U 1J..4 4ft
Ar. Ar. Lv. Lv,
BUXDAT TRAINb.
WEMT.
No. 3. No. L.
Lv. Lr.
P. M. A. M.
3 1&..8 00. ..
EAST.
No. 2. No. 4.
Ar. Ar.
A. M. P. M.
.. Kt Auaustine. .. .
....11 07. 8 2ft
8 17.. 8 US..
8 2ft.. 8 10..
.New rt- Ausustine..
Hb A. A P. Junction..
.11 05..4 Xt
.10 87. .8 14
.10 4S. .8 02
.10 3S. .8 64
.10 S..6
.10 27.-6 43
.10 21. 6 37
.10 IS , 82
10 11 6 24
.10 1M..6 2
10 00.. 6 lft
. 4i..6 0U
Lv. Lv.
8 87. 8 tt....
3 4ft.. 8 30 ...
8 S0..S 3ft.. .
3 fid. .8 41...
4 US..S 47....
4 07..S fti ...
4 M.. a ss ...
4 17. 8 01....
Smiths. .......
MiddleUMi
. . . Armirtroo-
...Holly Branch
Oulds
... .Merrllleld
....Buwna VaMa .,
.. Patterson vllle. ....
.. East Palatka
4 24. .S UW
4 38. .8 24.
Ar. Ar.
F. 8. H'f. Dock
At Palatka connects with the Florida South
ern Railway, Jacksonville, Tampa and Key
West Hallway, and bt. Johns and Halifax
Railroad and u Johns River steamers to snd
from all points In Health Florida.
Connects at Tocui with Kt. Johns River
steamers to points In South Florida.
ST. JOHNS RAILWAY
-THE ANCIENT CITY ROUTE."
DAILT.
WEST EAST
HolNoINol X 8 Not No 10
Lv Lr Lv Ar Ar Ar
PM AM PM AM AM PM
2 4ft.. 1 ao .6 ft A'rustine. 4ft.. 12 an.. 4 45
t 4 .10 33. .4 W New Bt Ana:. 4 42.. 12 2S..4 43
2 6S..K) 43 . 6 41.et A A P Jo. 8 82.. 13 20..4 3
4ft.. 11 30.. 8 30....Tocot.... 44. .11 4i..4 00
Ar ..Ar.. .Ar Lv....Lv Lv
Flajr 8 tatlona.
W. J. JARVI8,
Geo. bupt.
JEWELERS.
H EAD QUARTER S
-FOB-
Holiday Goods
CMSTHAS
PJSEDTS,
E:ntifilE:IEiia
ruRNiTune
HAVING BOUGHT THE
Entire Stock of Furniture
Of McClellan & Ellis
Also D. BROWN,
I WILL SELL THE SAME AT
HALF PRICE
B. L. LILIENTH AL
LEMON
rAhcr
New Novels.
The Latest Styles of
Note
Alert o rnmnlfitfl lin
sltsMWV ftwV W Xs ehefcss efc W fef mm mm sfla ssarasessyaa ss wwssws as
gators, Leather Goods, Games and Florida
Curiosities, Diaries for 1888. Agent lor -Out-terick's
Patterns. Orders by mail promptly
attended to F. C. COCIIHANK,
Neit Ooor to l'ot Ortlrr. rslstka.
CANDIES. FRUITS. NUTS. ETC.
R. & E. J. SMITH,
-MANL'FACTITIIF.KS OF-
jAno-r.iADE
la
-WHOLESALE AND
FBE
CANDIES
FRENCH FRUIT GLACE.
Large stock of Cigars and To
bacco, including "GOLD FLAKE"
in Glass Barrels.
Cash paid for Fancy and Bright Oranges, Tangerines
and Manderins.
No. 8 Leuiou Street, near Water,
PofltOfilfe Kox 342. PALATKA, FLA.
REAL ESTATE
Real Estate and insurance.
CRILL BLOCK, POST OFFICEBOILDING, PALATKA.
CITY LOTS. TOWN LOTS. ORANGE 0U0VES, ANJ)
WILD LANDS FOR SALE.
BKPRK8ENT1NO THI VtlLLOWINO If SCKANClt OOMANIE 1 1
THE JETS A. of Hartford. Conn.
THE HAKTFOBti, of IIrtf"rd. Conn.
THE PHCEXIX. of Ilsrtford, Conn.
ORIENT, of Hartford, Conn.
8PRI NO FIELD (F. & M.), of SprinRfleld. Mass,
GERMAN-AMERICAN, of New York.
NIAGARA, of New York.
PROVIIiENCE-WAHniNOTON. of Providrnco. R, I.
LIVERPOOL A LONDON A OIJBE, of UverKx.l, England.
NORTH BRITISH A MERCANTILE, of London snd Edinburgh.
COMMERCIAL UNION, of London, England. -IMPERIAL,
of London, England.
WESTERN ASSURANCE, of Toronto. Canada.
TRAVELERS' INSURANCE COMPANY, of Hartford, Conn.
OARLETON & KENNERLY,
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS,
Boom 2, Kennerljr Si Hickman Block, Palatka,
REPBESE.VT TUB FOIXOWTNQ ISBCKANCB COMPANIES!
PHCENIX, of Brooklyn, N. Y.
STJN-MTJTTJAL, ot New Orleans, La.
HAMBURG-BREMEN, of Hamburg, Germany.
SAVANNAH FIRE and MARINE, Savannah, Ga.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., of New York.
FIDELITY and CASUALTY CO., of New York.
FOR SALE.
B.f.Eawir I CLfiltaL I Cl.Baise.,112.
W. 1. JoiUo, Csmltui inorier,
BEMAY, WILSON 4 CO,
CbtSos Bus
tysMeoos Lo's. ftns
ersoss irota, thous
ands of Acres of uo
mprorsd Lasxls si
Real Estate Brokers,
BBOOKYHLE, EEESAKSO CO, TIL
LANDS BOUGHT & SOLD.
Tins IiTtrQuud. Tub Ptli Uui lezotiiiel.
LOW PRICES.
Homesteads
Selected.
COMMISSION
VERTREES & CO.,
nnnnnAAnMii nnnnrMi n r t r
n
ii K I i
AND WHOLESALE UsULEOS IM
Flour, Grito, Corn, Hay, Oats, Bran
Cotton Seed Heal and
Fcrtilisero.
OPPOSITE J. T. Cz TL X7 IX HL, COUTH CIDE
STREET.
cooot.
Ladies' and Gents' Fine
- Paper at
BOOK
STORE.
rf TTioViinor Tnnlrlft. Alii-
AnnniGAn ahd
n til
ItETAIL UGALEIIS IN-
-ANI-
AND INSURANCE.
BROOKSVILLE,
llis Hill City of Tf.T.
14s. bas tm Kit-host
Ia.iU, tba Ills-bast
Hills snd ths Largnst
IkMlIt of llarouHwk
in l liohials surround
ing It. Itbss
1,000 PorulalioiL
Elrblsea stores, tbrss
Ohurcbei,
Schools and
Ban..
lor-
MERCHANTS.
. r n:, uv.s
FRUITS
ITS

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