Newspaper Page Text
Factories In The South. !
Attention has lately 1,-een called in a number of northern paper;; to j the manufacturing hoonv now going on in the south. A late numher of the Industrial Review, of Philadel phia, devotes five columns to an enumeration of the various new in dustrial enterprises now being inau gurated in the south, while the Baltimore manufacturers' Record trives the figures for the first two 4. , , months of the present year, showing j that 28,300,000 has been invested j during that period in the enlarge- j ment of mills and the establishment j of factories in the south. If the promise of these two months is car- ried out, fully 170,000,000 of j capital will be invested in the south j during the year 1884, in manufac- tures of various kinds. Of this cap- j ital, 0,851,000 belongs to Kuntucky including 300,000 for a cotton mill at Louisville. Alabama has invested 5,2 10,000 in a number of heavy mining and iron furnace companies, rolling and plaining mills and ma chine shops. Among these factories are cotton mills at Montgomery, Selma and Birmingham. Virginia has, within the same two months, arrainged for the investment of 3, 830,000 of new capital in cotton, saw and rolling mills, nail works, mines and furnaces, including cotton mills at Roanoke, Danville and Lynchburg. Georgia is building cot ton mills at Dalton, Griffin and Rome, while the Egle and Pluenix Manusacturing Company of that stale proposes to put up a new cot ton mill at Columbus. All through the list, it is the same story of new capital invested in the southern enterprises and new cotton mills erected throughout the south, there being no less than nineteen of the latter incorporated or begun du ring Janunrv and February. Iti'sponsibilil y of 141 it ical J Vis t ics. Raltimorc Sun. Parties, like individuals, arc mor ally responsible only for those things which they have authorized or di rected, or which, have been done by their agents or servants, they have availed themselves of failed to ! condemn or openly defended. It would be the grossest injustice to hold a political party responsible fur the unauthorized or criminal actions of the official whom it has advanced to places of trust, for every party is obliged to take the hazzard of be trayal of confidence, just as individ uals who are forced to employ agents art; bound only in conscience 1o exercise proper diliger.ee and reason able prudence, in their selections. So with political organizations. If an otlicial representative has viola ted the public pledges which he lias given, or has violated his official tint- and betrayed his trust, or has in the exercise of his functions been guilty of personal crime, it imme diately becomes a moral duty on the part of those who have in a cer tain : ense the right to speak on bo half of the organization to repudiate t he acts of its otlicial representative; and it is, moreover, the duty of every member of the organization, according to the circumstances winch surround him, to contribute his part toward tin- expression of just sentiment in the given contin ue nc v. A Sound IJceission. It has been decided by the New ork Siirome Court that the money which a widow receives as insurance on her husband's life cannot be ta ken to satisfy debts incurred before the husband's death. The case in which the decision was rendered was an attempt by the owner of a judg ment of thirteen years' standing against a deceased hotel man to en join the widow from withdrawing the isurance money from a bank in which she had deposited it, and the court held that an injunction must be denied. This decision is spoken of as a new one, but is certainly a just and reasonable one; otherwise the very purpose of insurance for benefit of a family might be easily defeated. Jackson's - llelisjion. The Little Rock (Ark.) Gazette prints the following as a veritable letter of Andrew Jackson: "I was glad to hear from you and to know the good Lord in his divine merer, had thus far spared you. May He ever bless us and damn our enimies. We must all lean on the cross for support, for man is weak. Did you ever pee such a d d scoundrel as John Q. Adams? I am pleased to hear that you have professed religion ai1-d joined the church. This more effectually elevates you abovo the WZEZBIB & Houses ant! Groves Cared Office at Co!. Hart's, Water Street, Falatka, Florida. j 'WF. ARE NOW OFFERING SOME VERY CHOICE HOUSE LOTS IN" PALAT KA. HOt'SH f t iois mm i iranue lanos ill me new lownoi ic.Mee in, r um- fur wmo n-. tut" lov.n oi j Martin. Twenty thousand acres unimproved lands in Polk county. Twenty ''thousand acres; nrst-ciasi low price Jirst-clsis Pine and Hammock lands in different WHOLESALE AND cJ - tV l ardware ETC., A I'ULL AND COMPI-ETE LINE F H H P ft im 11 SI I ill WE ASK All INSPECTION OF OUR STOCK. GRIFFIN'S BRICK BLOCK, CORNER FRONT AND LEMON STREETS. PALATKA, II.OEJIiA. THIS SPACE s or CONDENSED AIR BATH II IT" ,1 i I tS Si La r ROCHESTER, N. Y, iho Cure of Chronic Disease co.Ni)U(n;i) in' For rr o jn io. 31. 13. CJnvluato f T.icliral Hopartnient of Vn -;-si- ! ty of Ai'W V'ork, (Aloi;itliic :ml ( e:itro Homa-optithic Colli'jrf.'. TlH'.e l'ii; l.s h: e Vtceii useil in Fram e aivl (ici'inuny for many years liy at least a Si-ore of the must romii!eiit iihys'u-ian.s with Tnarvci o!s results. The lar.ux'st institution of the kind in Kurop.i is at Keiehenhall, eondiK'Ied by the felebrateU lr. Von I.iebifr (son of Pro fessor Von Liebijj:, the (listiiifruishod eheiuist). The follow inir letter was received front hint nearly two years a;ro: MrNicii, 5 March, lss'2. 1)1!. J. L. Stoxk: ii:. Slit "Excuse my delay in answerinir your letter. I had to wait for u copy of tiie acconiianyinu' article on the action of com pressed air to send to von. The pneumatic chambers at. Keicheuhail (proprietor Mr. K. Mack), are still enlanrinir the circle of their patrons. Last summer there were so many applicants that at the hitrhest of the season the new comers had to wait from cijrht, to fourteen days for a seat, and the sittings went on the whole day. There were in the whole, ;07 persons, who took more than (i.lxX) simile air-baths. In consequence, Mr. Mack is erect ing now a new chamber with twelve seats, and will be able, wit h this anil the others, to ac comodate twenty-nine jiersons at a time. The establishment at Keiehenhall is frequented on ly durinjr the summer. I shall return to Keiehenhall lor the season in the beiriiminfr of May." The Doctor goes on to enumerate several in teresting works, jrivinyr the remarkable results of this treatment and closes with the most cor dial encouragement. Our experience in Rochester has satisfied us that in probably ninety per cent, of the cases cominjr for treatment, the Condensed Air Ikuhs alone will cure, or do infinitely more for them than any other or all other means united; yet in exceptional cases, other agents may he advantageously combined as auxiliary treatment, hence I have appliances lor im proved Turkish, plain and medicated water baths, salt. sioii;re, sitz, sun baths, etc. The appliances for g-ivinjr electricity are modern and complete. I have studied every branch of medicine in both schools, and do not hesitate about jrivinj? medical or surgical treat ment when needed. Invalids aro confidently requested to visit this institution on lvtiu'ninir North, which thev will lind furnished with elevator, electric call bells and every comfort of a tirst-class sanitarium; and yet there is nothing' of the "hospital"' air or appearance. Send for pamphlet, jrivinur full information. relerenees, etc.. to DH. J. L STOXK. 104 Monroe Ave, Rochester, N. V. I GEM CITY HAIR DRESSING ROOMS i ! LEMOX ST., TAIATKA. FLA. FRESH, SALT & SULPHUR BATHS IT If ffi I 1 SI 1IIRB 111 1 i ill 3TIClE3:OX jS For, and Rents Collected j sec! ions of the state, which will be sold at a 1 WljPilt xMCIIOJS. 3 Ml B RETAIL DEALERS IN Hit 4' roceries, ETC- OF EVEYTHING IN" THE RESERVED THE STj-jnT. NEW YOKK, 1884. About sixty million copies of Tut; Sun have jronc out of our establishment during the past twelve months. I f you were to pa'tfe end to end all tiie col umns of all Tin? Scn printed and sold last year you would ret a continuous st rip of interesting information, counnon sense wisdom, sound doctrine, and sane wit lonif enough to reach from Printing House square to trie top of Mount Copernicus in the moon, then Lack to Print in.Lr House square, and then three-quarters of the way back to the moon a'rain. iJut The Sex is written for the inhabitants of the earth; this same strip of intelligence would jnrdle the globe twenty-seven or 1 wenty-eiirht times. If every buyer of a ropy f Tub Si n durimr the pat year has spent only one hour over it, and if his wife or Ids grandfather has spent another hour, this newspaper in ss:S has af forded the human race thirteen thousand years of sf"ady readinyr, ni.rhtand day. It is only by little calculations like these that you can form any idea of tUe circulation of the most popular of American newspapers, or of its iniluence on the opinions and actions of American men and women.. Tiik Sr.v is, and will continue to be, a news paper which icils the truth without f.iar of consequences, which frets at the facts no mat ter how much the process costs, which presents the news till over the world without waste of words and in t he most readable shape, which is workimr with all its heart for the cause of honest rovernmerit, and which thereft're lie lieves that the Republican party must ro, and must ,ro in this coming' year of our Lord, Iss-t. If you know Thb Si n, you like it already, and you will read it with accustomed diligence and profit durinjr what is sure to be the most interesting year in its history. If you do not know The Sirx, it is hhvh time to tret into the sunshine. Terms to Iail (ubst'rlbei's. The several editions of The Sex are sent by mail, postpaid, as follows : DAILY 50 cents a month, $6 a year; with Sunday edition, SCN DAY Eifrht pag-es. This edition furn ishes the current news of the world, special ar ticles of exceptional interest toeverybody.and literary reviews of new books of tiie highest merit. 1 a year. i WEEKLY.! a year. Eirht pajres of the i best matter of the daily issues ; an Ajrricultur ! al Department of uoequaled value. sjecial I market reports, and literary, scientific, and domestic intelligence make The Y ekkly Si x I the newspaper for the farmer's household. To I clubs of ten with $10, an extra copr free. I Address I. W. ENGLAND. Publisher, j The Sex, N. Y. City. 1 2000,000 ACRES of LAND ! FOR SALE BY FLORIDA SOUTHERN RAILWAY ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO Orange Growing, Track Farming And !-toc3v Unii-anK". These Lands are located in the following' counties: Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Brevard, Clay, Columbia, Hernando, HilLsboro, Levy, Marion, Manttee, Monroe, Orange, Toik, Put nam, Sumter, St. Johns, and Volusia. For further information, address Land Commissioner, Falatka, Florida. f TII1I Pa A HANDSOME, NEWSY I I . P II I M pi M F V V P r J ju D M v . ..... . . .. . . v v w 5. u at it i i. f; u i in i TBLISnEi AT PAlATKA, FLOIil I . AT FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM rpilE IMPORTANCE OF FALATKA AS A trade disiributitur point and railway center, and its, mairnilicenf location at the head of ocean navigation on ihe ;-r. Johns, and in the midst of a charminir farmiii;r and fruit produ ein;r reetion, renders it a nat ural focal point for file news of the. Peninsular, and affords the opportunity to make it what it is pro nounced by the press to be, a first-class news paper, both in its make-up and in the charac ter of us collated news. l5OL I rF I C JS. 1, L Y Tiii-: N iavs is Deinoeraiie, and while It. will be courteous to all, it. will vtand steadfast in its adherence io i hove principii s ,,f that party, the success of iiielCaiono ins.iircs li'oerly ae.d rood ;;overiiinent. i The Year i 884 is a Campaign Year l.oi h Ihe National and s.'-uo Campaigns ;.re to be w;;;red. Towards ihe s" t iemeiit of the momentous political issues (hey involve. THE 1EWS will rive its utnirin;:' efforts to iniluence pub lie opinion for the lic-x interests of the people. To do this! mote effectually, the editors will at once boHn ihe publication of The Weekly News A folio Is'-column paper, equipped with the currnet tiews, or a complete digest of the hap penings of the week. This publication, :tt t ho price of we hope to introduce into every household in this section too rc-ne-tc to ! reached by ,ur Daily. We ure our friends, Iw-tli in and out of Putnam county, to aid. us in Or: distribution of both our publication.-.. A copy will le mailed free to the retter-up of clubs of the i;ibscriters to either the Ilaily or Weekly editions. Address ail correfpwlence to THE PALATKA DAILY NEWS. 5? 5: 9s M ! IS 1 P8 H W M An Unadulterated Natural Guano, imported direct into Ssvar n?.h, 8s., from the Qrchiila islands in tha Garribbsan Ssa, by In vers, Snaad & Co., of Richmond, Va. Ws ar3 now effsring thr High Srade Fertilizers to the Planters and Orange Growers V Florida, feeling confident that it is just the thing they need, ha ing stosd the test side by side with the host Fertilizers in t! market for a number of years, and continues to grow in pos terity wherever it is used. ORDE1JS l'1'O MI'TLY VILLFd) AND IN FORMAT! OX FrilNTSIirt) ON PrTlCTTON! i. If. 1 O VALI. Vv: CO., importeis OIJATNI OPENING OF SPR ING AND SUPER DR OF EVERY We Will Display in a day or two, fresh from the Markets, a Most E';? Stock of SPRING GOODS in all varieties suited to the season. A Full and Detailed Enumeration of the Differed ' Space in a Few Days. DEVEREUX, RG; CUfJNEELY, IMPOIiTF.lt OK mes,Liqiiors I0., IZte. Acker, Mcrrall & Co.'s CIioio IIi;iik1k t Imported Segars Billiard and Bowling Parlors Attached Watkk StivKF.t, - - PALATKA, FLA. roiR Jale Y LAI!(JK, ro.MFOHTAilLK TWO-STOItV liO(J HOUSFi, witli wid- veraielas on all tddrs, tiie i-oolest place and healthiest situation in the pine woods around I'alatka. Only half an hours drive from town. Kitchen and outhouse for servants separate. A rood well with splen did and abundant water, tine jrarden, green houses, oraiero, lemon and other fruit trees; wafron shed and stables for horses and cows, ehieken yard with about titty layinjr hens. Address, ti. J-, Ux is.'!, Tost OlHee. I'alatka, !'i:i. Or, :. K. McK RAN, Ileal Rstafe Apeut. FIoril;i Soutliei'ii JIailway. rrii Oi-fiiifi- JJlt IJnt. OKFK 'K Si:iEKlXTKN lKNT, I I'ALATKA, Jan. 3tl, i (lofNO WUTTH. Finev STATIONS. mail Acorn". Ttu Ia i'alat ka j i m j 7:M a m Ar inteiiaeheii ;i:fi() " J " Wait's (,'rossinjf j 4:'-i) ' I i:r,." " " (iruelle I 4:.V " ! li:4i " .Mieanopj" T:L'H " Iichbit; r::S7 ' V!:'S I'M " Heildieks r:M " l:l:i " " teala (i::(T " :!:lo " " North Lake Weir 7:l " r:40 " ' South Lake Weir 7:."iO " ti:iti " ArLeesburjf S:: " 7::5 " (;oinnoi STATIONS. ' "" VI H. MAIL Aeoni'd'tn hv iccsbursf Ar South Iike Weir. " North Lake Weir. " oeala " Heddieks " Iochbie " Mieanopy " liruelle " W'ait'sCrossintr... " Interlaehen Ar I'alatka 4:'h A M I H:t t"i A M ! x.-l.'i " ' !::;; I :S " j lii:mi " i it::.'.") " I 11:50 " 10:15 " ! ;;:i:i l m 10: " I :!:!(! kt ll:fk". " ! 'i:Jt " j 1 1 " i :r.;c " I kid" V M ! 7:l " ! 1:10 " s:;jO " "'fiAl.VS AHHIVE AT if"; A I N ES V I LL R From I'alatka. Il:4" a m and ; Oeala and Leesburjr ) 5:40 pm I From Mieanopy t:45 A M i TUAINS LEAVE GAINESVILLE. I For Falatka, ' i 10:40 a m and ! Oeala and Ix'esburjr t 4:t p m i For Mieanopy 0:15 P M ! MIOA.NOl'V. Train leaves at T.S::) a m Train arrives at 7-N pm Fir-t-elass ear throuirb from I'alatka to i OjiinesviUem all trains. i f;ONNECTIONS. ! At Falatka with fast river steamers, for St Auirustino. flreen Cove Snrimra l.w.i.-i.-,,,.;ii,". j and all points North, East and V est, and with up ii. e-i Mcauif.- jor Mjuin Honda. Vise with the Twin Screw Iron Steamer "i ity of Palatka," lor Charleston, New York, liostoti, Philadelphia, etc. , At Waifs Cnissin with Peninsular Itailroad for Waldo. At Gainesville with Transit Railroad for Cedar Key, Fensacola, New Orleans and Tarn Ia. At Oeala with Transit Railway and Hacks for Silver Springs. At Lc'esbnrjr with boats on Lake Harris for points on Lake and Rlomy St. Johns and Lake usIVuiway- Also with Omham's Hacks for Broksville, Sumterville and aU points in Sout h Florida. S. CONANT, JAS. D. HOLLISTEH, General Manasrer. Suix'rintendent. O. W. BKOM WELL, G. T. V. & P. A, H ft events, ater si reet, r.M.A TivA, Fl.OlifhA it 1 11 Jhka DESCRIPTION. will Occupj M & SO 8 B I u iiw fe. miK timmsh. Y GOODS Savaimali, FSoe. la : We.sieni i All trains of this road are run by Cell; t'.Hiih) Meridiam time which in mini, slower than ,Jackson ihe time. ON iiml after Sunday. November 1:5, 1,' Passe iiu.vr Trains will leaeaud arrive, follows: '!l AUI.I r-TOS KXPIIEPSJ. Leave .a Kson ille daily at 8:r0 !i Arrive at .la kson ille daily at 10:00 p Arrive tit Callahan d.iil at .: : a Arrive at Waycross daily rt 11:00 a Arri e at Sit v. anuee .' ,'i:I5 p Arrive at LikeOak daily at ;i:45 p Arriv' at New Branf'ord laily at 5:00 p Arrifat ltrunswick daily tifV ;t:00 j) Arri e ut Jessup daily at. l'':l'J p Arrive at Savannah ilaily at I!:;i5 p Irave Savannah daily at ;::;0p: Airiveat Vemaitee d;i ily at 5:10 p Arrive at Charleston da'i! v :it H:50 p Ai l ive at Thomas ille daily at ;i:'J5 p Arrive at Hainln ide daily nt 5:10 p i Arrive tit, Chaltahoochccilai! v at 5::;ti p Airiveat Pensaeola daily at.'. 11:15 , Arrive at Mobile daily lit 4:4f, a Arrive at New ( H U aiis dailv at 10:10 a Pullman Parlor Cars on this train, Jaeksc vile to Savannah. Connect imr at Chattahoochee with Pensa la and At lant ic liailroad ilaily for Pensai'( Mobile, New )r!eaus, Texas and itil l.rans-A' sissippi points. Pullman Lutlet and Sleep! Cars on this train, Jacksonville to Ponsaci Mobile and New n ivalis. This Train connects at, New Hranford w steamer Caddo lii lie, leaving lor Cedar i and Suwanco itivcr points every Monday i Thursday morning, iirrivinr at Cedar Key same afternoon. .-t uniinjr, leaves Cedar 1 every Tuesday and Friday mornimrs alter rival of G ulf steamships. FAST MAIL. leave Jacksonville daily at ;30 Arrivt; at Jacksonv ille daily at j Airiveat Callahan daily at' Il.-ifi p Airiveat Waycross daily us .r:l t p Arrive at Jessup daily at v,?' p r i Arrive at Savannah daily at S:i7 p .a A "rive at, Charleston dailv at 1:4.'. s i Airive at, W'ashinirton. !"('., daily at.. 11:00 p i Arrive at New York daily at t;;;!0 t -a Pullman Palace Parlor Cars on thin train -t ween Jacksonv ille and Sav.uiiiah. Connectiinr at Waycross wit h 'Through Pi -man Palace liiitfct and Dravviii'j- Room Me i inf Cars, Waycross to New York witln tt ctiaiit-'i'. j At ksi in v i i.i.k i:;'; prfss. leave Jacksonville daily at :0 pm Arrive at Jacksonville daily at ::j0 : m Arrive at Callahan daily at i:15 j ti Arrive at Waycross daily at !i:0" p r i Arrive at Albany daily at 25 a :a Arrive at Jesuji daily at U:4n p -n Airiveat Macon daily at. 7:li0 tt in. Arrive ,at Atlanta daily at l;:r p in. Arrive at liatianooya dailv sit. H-Stit p in Arriv e at Nashville daily at IsCi a in Arrive at Louisv ille dailv at 7:50 a. m Arrive at Cincinnati dailvtit 7:00 u in Arrive at Chieajro daily ut .-. 0:10 pm Arrive at St. Louis daily at ti:ij p ih Pullman Sleeping Cars on t his Train to C in cinnati via. the Waycross and to Ctuittanoosa viaJesup. , EAST FLORID A EX PIfSK. Lea ve Jacksonv ille daily at ;30 p m Arrive at Jacksonville daily .;t 7:!J a lu Arrivt? at Callahan daily at 10:17 p in Arrive tit Waycross daily at 1-:JSj ;i in Arrive t J.-sup daily ait p.) am Arrive at, Savannah daily at a ni Arrive at Auu-it-ta daily at i-:a p m Airive at Charleston daily at 11:45 a m Arrive at Washington daily at in'", a in Arrive tit New York daily lit 5::: Arrive at. Tliomasville daily at " ii -o Arrive at Albany daily at li:'5 ; s.t Arrive at Montgomery daily at J: Arrive at New Orleans dailv at". '.'!'.'.'.". P':M . ', Arrive at Nashville dailv lit ,.iti , Arrive at Louisville daii'y at. :' (!: Arrive at Cincinnati daily at ' Arrive at St. Louis, daily at ' v'Vi Arriv e at Chieasro ':iily at.. . ' i. Pullman Palace 1 inlet and. liraVvn ' ' Sleeping Cars on t! .s Train to Washin; Pnlhuan Palaee S.eepiDar Cars, Jae -to Savannah. Pullman Sleeping Cars on this Triir, bT villi: via Tbomasyiiie. Pullman Ilot i ; :! Slecfiint' Cai- c 4 Train to Cineine., , Sa ainiuh. A Restaurant hi: : 1 oneiied at Wr and abundant ' " allowed 1- by all passentre: - Connecting at ah wiilif-tean." New York, Phii. ' 1, Costoii an more. Connect in at ( ton with stea New York. Philadi i: :i:d Laitirno)- . Trains fn R. ane 1. K. leave i ,. fro-inyr west, at tl:10 ; i- . .'aid for J;i... at l:.':10 p. n:., dailv. Through tickets ,-' Id to all points vr ' and Steamship coi::iectk: is, and Ii,t". Checked throuyh. Ls Sieepin? Car ! and wet ions seeure't at Company's 01!k Astor's Ruiidinp, f-l Lav street and at L Ticket Office. JAS. TAYLOlt, General Passenger Aiei. A. M. IVES. Ajrent. For Sale. ry.xo CONE PLXLErS, (one a split pulk -X three inch face, four steps, from ten to teen inches diameter. Apply at, THIS OITId