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A i)n Htiich *!e VV a‘ Will i'atcCi ok ( —A l utiipaiiy (o <rH SiniM IxTries. Even ti e most casual observer looking about in the Tallahassee Country cannot help lrom seeing that this lair section is illuminated by tiie brilliant rellection of the freaking dawn of a bright, prosperous and progressive era. In all parts ot the city busy mechanics are engaged in erecting dwellings and business houses; capital ists are coming in and offering to loan money at a low rate of interest; several new railways seek to give us the means ol quicker and cheaper transportation ; new enterprises are being inaug urated ; in our fertile valleys the golden heads of waving grain and rich green blades of succu lent Lay grasses nod and bow to the soft western zephyrs; the hill tops are crowned with vine yards bearing luscious grapes, and the bright sun ray 9 dance upon the light green foliage and sil very fruit ol thousands of magnificent LeConte pear trees; yet this grand panorama of thrift and beauty can be made still more beau teous, more prosperous and more profitable. ’Tis true that the natural growth of Tallahassee and the surrounding country will, in a lew years make this a wealthy city, hut we should not be, satisfied to wait lor this; we should put our shoulders to the wheels and push the car of pro gress forward. Our people should invest their surplus capital in manufactories—canning fac tories, cotton seed oil mills, cigar factories, bar rel, tub and bucket factories, etc. They should enter more extensively into truck farming. Think of the thousands of dollars that the strawberry industry brings into East and South Florida. Lawtey, Starke aud other towns ship berries by the hundreds of car loads. Men who a few years ago were poor, with scarce a change of clothing or a sufficiency of food, were induced to try strawberry growing by seeing that thrifty Northern settlers who had made homes among them were shipping berries and growing rich on the profits therefrom. They tried it on a small scale aud now have an income of many thousand dollars per annum from their little berry farms. This season one colored man in that section netted SII,OOO from his little patch, made with no other labor than that of his own iainily. "Why should not the farmers of the Tal lahassee Country enter extensively into berry culture V This delicious fruit is admirably well adapted to our soil, and those who have tried them are well satisfied with the result. The Florida Central and Peninsular Railway Company has ever been liberal in encouraging and aiding in the establishment of new enter prises along their lines of road. See what they have done for Gadsden county by inducing the great tobacco syndicate to establish themselves there. Now, we are reliably informed, Capt. D. E. Maxwell, General Superintendent of this company, says that i: the farmers of the Talla hassee Country will engage extensively in strawberry culture that he will furnish cars to bring pine straw from the woods along the St. Marks road, to be used in mulching, free of cost to the berry growers, they only to furnish the bands to load and unload the cars. lie also agrees to put on refrigerator cars and give special rates from Tallahassee to all the Northern aud Western markets. With this liberal offer, why not try the business *r One of Tallahassee’s most progressive and public-spirited citizens authorizes the Flori dian to say that he will take stock in a strawberry growing association. The plan would be for the company to lurnish the capital aud employ a few energetic young men to grow the berries, they to work either u| 0.1 salary or be paid in stock of the company. A farm con ducted upon this plan would be self-sustaining and piofitable from the first. The crop need not be confined to berries; watermelons, cantelopes, egg-plants, cabbages, tomatoes and various kinds of truck could be grown—all of which are profitable. Think over this scheme, citizens ol Leon county, and let the Floridian know bow much stock you will take. l.eon Academy. The scholastic year just closed has been a very prosperous one in every respect. Tire number of pupils enrolled has reaclie 1 of this num ber 93 were boys aDd 89 girls; eighty-six were between 6 and 12 years old and 9G were betw* cn 12 and 17. There has been little sickness among the pupils, and not a single death. Much more interest has been manifested in the school than ever betore, and the prejudice that existed here a few years ago against the public school has almost entirely disappeared, and it is now pat ronized by’ all classes ot ®ur citizens, and the in terest and pride in Leon Academy is daily in creasing. The school has labored under several disadvantages, the chiet one being tlie large number of scholars, necessitating the formation of classes entirely too large to be successfully taught by oue teacher in the limited space ol time it was fouud necessary to assign to each recitation, some of the classes numbering nearly forty members. Ttre building was originally designed to accommodate only 150 pupils, and as we frequently had this number actually pres ent, were often uncomfortably crowded. We also suffered at times trom defective heating ap paratus and the want ot blinds to tire windows, both of which defects, I have reason to believe, will be remedied before the commencement of the next term, and as about fifteen of the pupils of the first class have passed a successful exam ination and will enter the Seminary West ot the Suwannee next October. The school will be relieved somewhat in numbers and prepared to work to greater advantage than ever. It is con fidently expected that at least six gold medals will be procured, to he offered at the close of the next' year—one tor the best scholar in each grade and one for the scholar making the best record in the school. Four of these medals have already been promised by four of our pub lic-spiiited citizens, ami the other two will no doubt be forthcoming at the proper time. It would he greatly to the advantage of the school it our citizens, the patrons especially, would visit it more frequently than they'do; it would tend to encourage both teachers and pu pils in the discharge of their duties and foster t hat co-operat ion and . *>•* Vri • between the teachers and parents, with ti* widen compara tively little cm be ,'<•■< cun.. w. W. Wv>• >r>v. vi:D, Principal Iv-ei Aetuieniy. Lawn l*arly in €rovo, <>n Thursday, June 27th, tie- pupils ot L- <rr Academy, with their teachers and a few lnemK assembled at Long’s Grove, and spent a few hours of the afternoon quite pleasantly’ under the shades of the grand old oaks. Mr. W. W. Wood ward, Principal of the Academy, had erected a rustic table to hold refreshments, arranged benches aud seats around, and placed jumping ropes in readiness for the children. At the ap pointed hour they began to assemble, and though rain in the afternoon prevented a full attendance the school was very well represented. Buckets of ice lemonade were prepared, from which the chindren regaled themselves in the pauses be tween theirgames, and when all was ready they were invited to the table where they’ partook of a simple least of cakes, ice-cream and Sherbet. The pleasant Lawn Party closed with quite an interesting scene, being the presentation of a gold medal to Miss Minnie Ilartt. This medal was offered at the commencement of the term by Mr. Geo. Lewis, to that pupil who should obtain the highest average in scholarship, attendance aud deportment combined. Maj. Russell, State Su perintendent of Schools, was expected to deliver the medal, but failing to appear, our esteemed fellow citizen and member of County Jloard of Instruction, Mr. B. A. Meginniss, kindly con sented to perform that cflice. The last rays of the descending sun shone through the branches of the trees, and rested like a benediction upon the children seated upon the benches, and their teachers and friends standing around in groups as Mr. Meginniss delivered the medal, and in a few earnest words exhorted the pupils to re newed and more strenuous effort lor the next year; reminding them that though success crowns the efforts of the few, as compared with the many who do not win the prize, “ all may try for it,” and the seeming failures in life, if they follow worthy effort, are often times truest successes. Miss Ilartt won the medal, a very handsome one, too, from no uaworthy competitors, her own average being 97.880. Miss Mary Bill of the same grade 93.082, while little Nannie Ran dolph, of the third grade, stood third on the list, showing an average of 92.896. It is hut just to say that there were others in the school who did well, remarkably well, and won a high place in the respect and esteem of their teachers for their industry and their good deportment. One name among the boys we think deserves special mention, that of Master Fred Gotten Elliott, whose record was not stained by a single de merit during the school year. After many pleasant good-byes the children aud teachers dispersed to meet again, let us hope, in many a pleasant school reunion. Thai her. I’o IVar MhipperM. We take pleasure in directing the attention of pear shippers to two aivertis■•merits in lire Floridian, viz.: That ot Mr. John Grimm, 37 Harrison street, commission merchant, and that of Messrs. Bennett A Hall, 1(51 West street, also commission merchants. We have shipped to both houses, and from our experience with them —which was entirely satisfactory—we cheerful ly commend them to shippers. Criticising a Vomi" l.ady. “She would be a pretty girl but for one thing.” “What’s that,” asked Charley, knocking the aslusoff his telephone cigar. George —“Her face is always covered with purple and red blotches.” Charley—“Oh, that’s easily enough disposed of. Used to be the same way myself, but I caught on to the trouble one day aud got rid of it in no time.” George—“ What was it ?” Charley—“ Simply blood eruptions. Took a short course of P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium): 1 tell you its tlie boas blood corrector. The governor had Rheuma tism so bad that you could hear him holler clear across the country every time he moved. He tried it and you know what an athletic old gent he is now. If somebody would only give Miss I)iisy a pointer she would thank them af terwards. All the drug stores sell it. lie Your Own Doctor. If you have an attack of Chills and Fever, Dumb Ague and Malaria take Lippman’s Pyra luge,that will do the work quickly and surely. $500.00 Reward With evidence to prove that any remedy in this wide world equals Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic in the treatment of chill and fever and all malarial troubles. Price 60 cents. Money refunded if not sRi-flcd. Tallahassee, Fla. “ Johnsons Chill and Fever Tonic ’’ needs no pushing bv the retailer, it advertises itself wherever sold. W. A. RAWI.H. Sanford, Fla. It gives excellent satisfaction. A. E. PHILIPS. Madison, Fla. Your tonic give** excellent satisfaction. Haven’t heard a word of complaint. UANDELL POPE. Lake City, Fla. It gives satisfaction to all who trv it. CHALKIER BROS. & PRICE. Ocala, Fla. * Your Chill and Fever Tonic is selling beyond my ex pectation. Gives entire satisfaction. Not a single bottle has been returned. ED. DELOUEST. Lakeland, Fla. * The medicine is a good seller and has given entire sat isfaction. JOSEPH FORBES. Sold by W. A. Rawls, Tallahassee, Fla. June 11, lsftt-ly. FREELAND’S BARBER SHOP B.ATIT ROOMS. This shop is first-class in every respect —operat- ing three chairs uud two bath tubs. Try our cold baths. W. H. FREELAND, TWO BOOKS NORTH OF POST-OFFICE, Ta i la ii ass ee, Flo it t da. TITE WEEKLY FLORIDIAN, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. ITCHING_AGOiIiES. Every Night 1 Scratched Hip Skin was Raw. Hotly covered with *cte* like ol moi-tnr. An aull Spectacle. il'U-torn ii , lehH. ('urr liopelc*'. Enllrely cured by the Cuticiira iCemedie* In live weeks. I am going to tdl von of the extraordinary change vour C'UTK’URA REMEDIES performed <>u me. About the Ist of April last I noticed some red pimples like com ins out nil ovor my body, blit thought nothing? of if until Home time later on, wlipti it to look mortar spotted on, and which came off in layers*, accom panied with itching. I would scratch every night, until I was raw, then the next night the scales being formed meanwhile, were scratched off again. In vam did I consult all the doctors in the country, but without aid. After giving up all hopes ot recovory, I happened to see an advertisement in the newspaper about your CUTI CURA REMEDIES, and purchased them lrom my drug gist, and obtained almost immediate relief. I began to notice that the scaly eruptions gradually dropped off and disappeared one by one, and nave been fully cured. I had tfie disease thirteen months before I began taking the CUTICURA REMEDIES, and in four or five weeks was entirely cured. My disease was eczema and psoriasis. I recommended the CUTICURA REMEDIES to all in my vicinity. hikl I know ot a great many who hare taken them, and thank ine for the knowledge of them, especially mothers who have babes with scaly eruptions on their heads and bodies. I cannot express in words ttie thanks to vou for what tlie CUTICURA REMEDIES have been to me. My body was covered with scales, and I was an awful spectacle to behold. Now my skin is as nice and clear as a baby’s. GEO. COTEY, Merrill, Wis. Sept. 21, IHK7. Feb. 7. 1888.— No trace of the disease from which I suffered lias shown itself since my cure. G. C. Cuticiira Iteinedle* Cure every species of agonizing, humiliating, itching, burning, scaly, and pimply diseases of the skin, seal)), and blood, with loss of hair, and all humors, blotches, eruptions, sores, scales, and crusts, whether simple, scrofulous or contagious, when physicians and all other remedies fail. Sold everywhere, l’rice: Cutici’RA, 50 cents; Soaf, 25cents; Resolvent, $ 1. Prepared by the Pottkk Drug anii Chemical Corporation, Boston. for “ How to Cure Skin Diseases,’’64 pages, 50 illustrations, and 100 testimonials. DIMPLES. Blackheads, red. rough, citapped and oily I I 111 skin prevented by Cuticuka Soap. 1 CANT BREATHE. SrraJvxL Chest Pains, Soreness, Weakness, Hacking Asthma, pleurisy aud inflammation -fisßr** relieved in one minute by the Cuti ciira Anti-Paiii Planter. Nothing like it lor Weak Lungs. NOTICE IS HEREBY GINEN THAT IX MONTHS AF ter the first publication of this notice, we will apply to County Judge of Leon county, Florida, for final discharge as administrator and adruinistratix of the estate of K. H. Gamble, late of Leon county, Florida, deceased. H. (5. GAMBLE, Administrator. A. E. (iAMBLE, Administratrix. July 2, 1 ssn-Gm WANTED TO EXCHANGE. 200 acres of rich hammock, about ten acres cleared, situated fifteen miles west of Quincy, Fla., on F. K. A: N. U. R., for lauds in Polk county, Fla., or stock, cattle or sheep, or will sell one-qu irter cash, bal ance three years. Address. Jas. K. Davis, Bartow, Fla. C. B. Gwynn, Tallahassee. May 28-Jin fRLESS DYES BEST BLACK STOCKINGS. in 40 I'olnrn that neither It, Wash Out Nor Fade. Sold by Druggists. Also Peerless Bronze Paints— 6 colors. Peerless Laundry Bluing. Peerless Ink Powders— 7 rotors. Peerless Shoe & Harness Dressing. Peerless Egg Dyes —B colors. March 12, Iss9-ly ■Bv ■■■ a* BRNESS Jft&U Bi ImlslhleTULUlAH F/'.lt C'JSHICIiiS ißna ■ WhUpero heurd Jl.tlnett*. Comfort able. Surer,.flit vrhrrcl 1 n-rirdie f.ii I 1 l.fKW>k ,bproofs /rue. AUdro-.or c.llou P. IlisloX. t>s3 llroadirA), A. i’. PARKER’S HAIR BALSAM Cleanses and 1 ea-ttilies the hair. Promotes a luxuriant growth. Never Fa.ls to Reitora Griy Hair to its Youthful Color. ■mjJSW ' U ■' til/rr i rrv■ PHtoldMiseriesl Resulting from the Errors of Youth, Folly, Vine, Ig no.auce, Jcc., tnav be cured at. home without fail or exposure. 1 ut'.illiblo and Coiilii'.rntiul. I.arre Tr'-i’ .S'-, 7‘.ot) pages, only J 1 hv mail, se:.led, postpaid. S -.vail t>o ,k, with end >rsemerits of tlie press, free. Send now. Address the Peabody Medical Institute, or Dr. W.Q-Parker, N0.4 Bulflnch S4.,Boßtoii,Mass. HINOERCORNS. The only sure enre for corns Stops all pain. Ensures comfort to the feet 15c at druggists. Iliscox & Cos. N.Y". THE RED FRONT GROCERY! BRYAN & CONNER, GENERAL MERCHANTS! Tallahassee, Florida. We kccji :t (-Jeueral Assortment of Household Goods. CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PENNYROYAL PILLS BED CECSS riAMCI’D BSAUD. A Orlclnsl. lirt, only frrnolop and jGmA !)\ reliable |>lll for null-. Sever Kail Ask for Chicketter'i —Tv Brand, in red me .- ygj M lathe b\r■<. sesleil with blue rib- \Rr 1-1 bun. At Druaalsts. Accept \jr I / jTj no utlicr. All pills iu paste- v . Gq biianl buses, pink wrappers, are a danger \ •©< O oua eounlerfelf. Send 4*. (stampsl for \ Ilf) particulars and'-Kcllerfor Ladles.” in muniulafrom LADIES bo have used them. Name Paper. Uiichcbtor Chemical Co.^llailibunbq^Phlla.jPa- FLORIDA WINES FKOM Man l.niM and AndalitMia Vineyards. RED WINE. FLORIDA CLARET, per single bottle . . f0.65 “ “ per case of 12 bottles . 5.50 per case of 24 half bottles . 6.6 “ “ per gallon. . . . 1.2 FLORIDA PORT, per single bottle . • 0.75 “ “ per case of 12 bottles • 7.50 “ “ per gallon . : . 2.00 WHITE WINES. FLORIDA SAUTERNES. per single bottle . $0.60 “ per case of 12 bottles . 6.00 *■ “ per case of 24 half bottles. 7.00 “ “ per gallon . . . 1.50 FLORIDA IIOCK same prices as Sautemes. Not less than 10 gallons sold at gallon rate. Address K. 19TBOIS, P. O. Box 182. All these wines also on hand at Wm. I’. Slusskii’s Stoke. Tallahassee. March 24.18.57. VOLUME 7, FLORIDA REPORTS 1 L ive had Yol. 7 lepriuted at tire Floridian Office. Thu work is neatly executed, on good paper, and is lor sale—bound or unbound. Address the undersigned, Hinder and Dealer in Law Hiioks, Tallahassee, Fia. (J A. Bryan Jk. CHARLESTON AND FLORIDAI^!^ a - ' mvl . *-*■' j,ju ' ■* “* ~ ~ • * ' ML. ) i ” ■ ■ j THE MAGNIFICENT STEAMSHIPS OF THIS LINE ARE APPOINTED TO SAIL AS FOUiffi. (STANDARD TIME.) ““"i. From Jacksonville, Fla., for New York. Steamer SEMINOLE, calling at Charleston Monday, July 1, at .Yon. “ CHEROKEE, “ “ Thursday, July 4, at s'-n,,7 “ YEMASSEE, “ Sunday, July 7. at 11-'an, ®- “ SEMINOLE, “ “ Thursday, July 11, at 2:30 nSJ “ IROQUOIS, “ “ Sunday, July 14, at 5-30. ?' “ CHEROKEE, “ “ Thursday, July is at't-00 *** “ SEMINOLE, “ Sunday, July 21. at li-S .'?- “ IROQUOIS, “ “ Thursday, July 25, at 2-00 n “ YEMASSEE, “ “ Sunday, July 2s, at 400 S'? - “ CHEROKEE, “ “ Thursday, Aug. i, at 7-00. U “ SEMINOLE, “ Sunday, Aug. 4, at 10:00 From New York for Jacksonville, Florida. Steamer YEMASSEE, calling at Charleston Tuesday, July 2, at 300 n „ “ SEMINOLE, “ Friday, July s! at 3:00n 2* “ IROQUOIS, “ “ Tuesday, Julvat 3:00 1) tn “ CHEROKEE, “ “ Friday, July 12, at 3:00n m “ SEMINOLE, “ “ Tuesday, July 10, at 3:00 n* “ IROQUOIS. “ “ Friday, July 19, at 3-00 n m “ YEMASSEE, - “ Tuesday, July 23, at 3:00 “ SEMINOLE, “ “ Tuesday, July 30, at 3:00p £ FOR INFORMATION REGARDING FREIGHT AND PASSAGE, APPLY TO J. A. LESLIE, Supt., Jacksonville ; T. G. EGER, Traffic Manager, 5 Bowling Green, New York - jnn* L. HOWARD, T. F. A., Jacksonville; F. N. IRONMONGER, Jr., T. P. A., Jacksonville’ M WM. P. CLYDE A: CO., General Agents, 5 Bowling Green, N. Y.; No. 12 So. Wharves, Philadelpiij. STATEMENT Of Occupation Licenses Issued from the Office of the County Judge of Leon County from January l*t to July Date. Period. AvCt Amt No. To Whom Issckd. Foa What Btsixess. ok of Twh 1S8 ' ) - _ From. To, State C'ntt * Jan'y 6 67!Bryant & Conner Merchant Jan’y 1 Oct 1$ 532 * 41 1 12a “ 7 68 Hy Burney Restaurant ’BB Oct I’B9Oct 1 ~ 50o v 25) “ 7 69,Peggy Courtney Restaurant “1 “1 smj 2.W rS| “ 7TO Chioe Pane Restaurant “ 1 “1 500 250 “ 771 Thos Chester Restaurant “1 “1 .j(; 230 7 “ " 7;i J W Walkt.- Restaurant “1 “ j s•> 2.v 7* “ 11 74 Bingley Show Exhibition ’B9 Jan 1 “1 7 375 u 75 (C-/W..Q ' 111 “ 14 76 Leon Hotel Merchant “ l “ l sr4 4 U l}g “ 14 71 Leon Hotel Hotel “ ] •* l 23 32 1164 3l| “ 14 7* Thos Costar Restaurant ‘'B Oet 1 *• 1 "otr” 250 :j “ 15 7'.' How's Show Exhibition ’v Jan 1 “ 1 751. 375 “ I'. So James Mnriro Theatre Manager “1 “1 )S 74 937 j|i. “ -1 sl AJ Stern Optician “ 1. * 1 ;on 375 n •• 22 K 2 A M Manning Merchant ’" Oct 1 -‘ 1 ]0 ot|i s'v “ Dixon Bros Merchant •• 1 “ 1 1000 osj jj# “ -5 S'J W Collins Merchant -1 - 1 Ic. <h• sOn Feb'y 5 8;> .j \ Joiner Merchant v* Feb 1 “ l a rtf 3:3 9i “ 7 "6 J M f'arn Merchant ... Oct 1 - 1 10 mi s i-j “ s s7 ( ra‘',b,i) “ ■' 8s t J Roberts ~neer ’B9 Feb 1 “1 33; 16 B'.' J H Patterson A Bros Merchant ‘BB Oct l “ 1 r, t ., u # *• 19 90 J B Strickland A Son Merchant 1 - 1 in no 5(0 HU “ 2’. ''l SI) Hightower Merchant “1 “ l 1000 oitj iii> 92 W F Sills Merchant 1 “ 1 i ih. 5,41 “ 27 9.; H< J Johnson Merchant 'B9Feb 1 “ 1 66s 333 2s 94 shield’s Show Exhibition •* 1 “1 668 3Sx 999 March 1 9'. Stephen Maynor Restaurant .. ‘SOMch 1 ’* 1' 28> 144 4;j> 196 w II Saunders Merchant “ 1 “ 1 582 291 8:3 “ 4 97 Oara Lee Re-taurant “ 1 “ 1 2:<o 145 435 “ 4 9x Fred Williams Machine Agent •• 1 j* 1 .’.82 201 •• 9 ws W Brown Merchant “1 “1 lnoi si,i> 150# “ 12 1•*• .1 D Miller Merchant .. l •• 1 ; > <*l s(w 1509 •' 21 1"1J Turnbull .. Merchant *BB Oct 1 “ 1 lufjt) 50u 15m “ 25 1"2 Robin-oti ,v Walker Merchant 'ViMch 1 “ 1 582 291 <75 •• 27 l"'; N w Butler . . Merchant ss Oct 3 *• 1 l ■ <>> suu April 11 *4 John Wyah Merchant 'vAprl “ 1 516 25> 73 1 105,0 (,'haires Merchant Oct 1 “1 1 Oti 50} -jj “ s ]i>6 Kl* <1 irk Billiard- Apr 1 " 1 Is<* 75u 24 1 1 *7 j) Jaekson Merchant ’sSOctl “ 1 1> m suo a May 7 in- J c Kemper I.ivery •• 1 1 20 it leii 7 ions A Marcii- .. Liquor Dealer ’SuMavl “ l 166 66 83 33 fil* “ 13 il".l II lii liard Iti-urance Agent *• * l ] 416 2<S IS June 111 Prater & Martin Peddler June 1 “ 1 666 3^3 ' Totals *523 74 26180 f7BSM STATE OF FLORIDA. 1 County ok Leon. \ I. R. C. Long, County Judge in anil for the county and State aforesaid, certify that the above tabulated -tatem! is a true exhibit of all persons and their occupations, who have obtained occupation licenses from tuv office. Irua January Ist, to June ->th. 1889, together with the duration and respective cost of such liceiiH- R. C. LONG. [l. s. j County Judge Le#n Countv, Florida Done this Ist day of July, ISB9, AB v*o. CONSUMPTIVE Have you Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma. Indigestion * Use PAItKEIt’S (HMGKR TONIC. It has cured the worst cases and is the best remedy for all ills arising from defective nutrition. Take in time. 50c. and SI.UO. DEDEh:.::-.; hay presses, Made oiJightor, stronger, eheaner, more TKiwor, everJastiivr competition distancedJ For proof urd. ron mil. keep the Vest and pet anv other idcagsidu if you can. lievertibla full Circle j>t It I’/c*ges, all sizes. circular* and 1< 'Weitem anj Southern ?U)rei.oUMi an.i A-run. P. K. DEDcRICK A CO., No. 65 Deilerick’s Works. ai.bany, n.y. To Ladies Only. A woman who suffered many years with female diseases and cured herself would be glad to let the ladies of Flor ida and Maryland know the remedy. Upon receipt of an addressed stamped envelope I will send a free trial sam ple of this safe and positive cure, and answer all enquiries in regard to it. Address MRS. J. It. TURNER. Lake Maitland, Orange Cos., Fla. HIRES A ** HIRES’ IMPROVED Me ROOT BEER! IN LIQUID NO BOILING EASILY MADE BTHISPACKACE MAKES FIVE GALLONS Hoof BEER Th most APPBTIZINO and WHOLBBOIQ C£MP£R ANCB DRINK In world. TRY IT. Ajk your Druggist or Grocer for It. C. E. HIRES, PHILADELPHIA. BENNETT ft HALL, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, FHuirnmE, No. 161 WEST STREET, NEW YORK. Jau 15, lti-ly FLORIDA CENTRAL & PENINSULAR U Formerly the F. K. fc X. Cos. STANDARD TIME USED. June 2, 1889. 3 7 so. Division. 8 4 500 p 10 05 a Lv Fernandina Ar 305 p 830A 7"0 p 1145 a Lv Jacksonville Ar 150 p 6101 630 p 11 27 a Lv Callahan Ar 153 p 44D 830 p 12 42 p Lv Baldwin Ar 12 42 p 500 925 p 127 p Ar Lawtey Ar 11 58 * 356 B 9 55p 142 p Ar Starke Ar 1128 a 3# 10:30 p 227 p Ar Waldo Ar 1052 * *5Ol 14 20 p 3U2 p Ar Hawthorne Ar 10 23 a 300 • 110 a 420 p Ar Ocala Ar 907 p 1201 a 350 a 542 p Ar Wildwood Ar 800 * 930 p 510 a 610 p Ar Leesburg Ar 735 * 755 p 600 a ti 40 p Ar Tavares Lv 710* 7 00p 042 a 822 p Ar Orlaodo Lv 545 * 4tp 31 Tampa Divl!on. 39 700 p Lv. Jacksonville Ar 6W* 6 00 a Lv Wildw *x) Ar 845 p 6 41 a Ar Panasoffkee Ar 7 20 a Ar Sumterville Ar “P 825 a Ar St. Catherine Ar 9 30 a Ar Lacooehee Ar *>®P 10 25 a Ar Dade City Ar 515 p 12 05 p Ar i lant City Lv 400? 2:3 13 Cedar Key Div. 14 * 700 p 1145a Lv Jacksonville Ar 150 p 610* 000 a 240 p Lv Waldo Ar 10 35 p 710 a 322 p Ar Gainesville Ar 0 4'* 2®P 10 45 a 412 p Ar Archer Lv 825*1* W 9 1 Western Div. * ** 700 p 715 a Lv Jacksonville Ar 345 p *45? 800 p 800 a Ar Baldwin Ar 3 top 10 40 p 930 a Ar Lake Citv Ar 128 p 113* 11 58 p 10 27 a Ar Live Oak Ar r 12 86 P 140 a 11 28 a Ar Madison Ar 11 28 a • 4lw a 12 52 p Ar Monticello Lv 10 05 a 10 a 202 p Ar Tallahassee Lv 900 * 3* 800 a 303 p Ar Quincy Lv 800 a !*?■ 920 a 400 p Ar River Junction Lv 705 * Trains Nos. 1,2, 7, 8. 9. 10, 13. 14. daily. . Nos. 3.4, 23, 24 30, Daily, except Sunday; 31, Mw’ except. Monday. Fernandina and Jacksonville Brant 3, No. 60 No. 6 No. 5 So 81 8 45a 4 3)p Lv Jacksonville Ar 850 * 6 00p 10 lts a 6UO p Ar Fernandina Lv 715 a 4 3t)P^ Trains Nos. 5 and 6 daily, except Sunday. Nos. 61 Snuday only. 7:15 a. m.. New Orleans Express. Shortest est line to all Middle and West Florida points, Mobile and New Orleans. 7:15 a. m. and 7:00p. ®. connect through to Thomasville, Montgomery, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Chicago, and ali pomts Nortn West. Arrive at 245 p. m. and 3:45 p. m. 11:45 p.m. Mail and Express, for all points -■ Gainesville, Ocala, Leesburg, Tavares. Aponka, or do, Panasoffkee (St. Catherine) Dade City, riant o :• Arrives at 1:50 p. m. . . ntl , 7:00 p. m. Local, connects through for all Ocala, Gainesville, Leesburg, Tavares, Orlando. Springs, Southerland, St. Petersburg and Tampa, rives at 6:10 a. m. . 11:45 a. m. Cumberland Koute Express, connec Fernandina with Steamer City of Brunswick, daily. Brunswick, Macon, Atlanta. Chattanooga. J- oul ' Cincinnati, St. Louis and Chicago. Arrives 1:5o P- “' 4:30 p. tn. Fernandina Mail and Express, daily- -- netting Tuesday and Friday with Steamer St. .N' c, !11,ij 0 (j Savannah und way landings. Thursday with • Steamers for New York. Arrives 8:50 a. ui. sun train leaves Jacksonville 8:45 a. m. nildff® This new service gives perfect connections at for all points North and West. Via Callahan to a! ‘..I** North, East and West. Via Fernandina, _ _ with Stcann r City of Brunswick, for Brunswick, at Atlanta und all points North and West. A. O. MacDosO-L , D. E. Maxwell, U. P. Gen. Manager.