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WEBB & 2STIOHOLS. Au Invention Intendeil as a Substi. tut e for Gunpowder. After fourteen years of experiment ing Mr. T. Chamberlain, of Norwich, Conn., says the New York Snn, has ! produced what lie calN a "perfected air gun." The term is misnomer, as the invention does not relate to guns but to projectiles. Mr. Chamber lain does not load a gun with air, but lie loads the bullet and he thinks his invenliou would do away with the use of gunpowder. The various parts of Mr, Chamberlain's bullet are three in number. The exterior j of the projectile is a hollow steed j shell. Part two is a steel end piece, which screws into the shell, leaving the chamber above the end piece to be. charged with air. The end piece is hollow, except at the upper end, and lias four equidistant air holes at a point on its stem. A steel pin fits exactly into the hollow of the j end piece, the end of the piece being j flush with the bottom of the bullet j when it is ready for use. It is held j f in place, when the bullet is charged j by a delicate wire penetrating the ! rim of the end piece, hi charging j the bullet with air the end piece is j screwed in tight, and air is forced I into the chamber by an air engine j invented by Mr. Chamberlain. The pin is then sent in and the -wire is fastened. The bullet may be iiivd in any breech loading gun of the uJ V Si Mi V fcar---" Ua i :vV l tJi Zl.V'i hfi IZ. ,fcri' Iji H 5 C alalia 1) Houses and Groves Cared For, and Rents Coilecved Office at Col. Hart's, Water Street, Palaika, Florida. ; An Unadulterated Natural Guano, imported direct into av- flllvNPWQ nah' Ga,'from the Grchil!a Ss,ands in the G.-ih -an Sea, by 7 (111) 11 U flO; vers, Snead & 0c, cf Richmond, Va. We n w offering AHDSQE, NEWSY VrF are :w offkim.vg MP.n: vf.bv cua ki lots ami r;'n.'C hums in the new town of MeMet Martin. 1 wemy T In iiisatl'i acr Da: iiiiiinrij e 1!111':- .ere o! IO nrsi-ehiss fine :in low price. TUH'SK LOTS IX PALATKA. HOCSE kin. First -f -lass lauds in the town of lillHIS I!! I'ojK COUii'.'. .MV( lltVti')l!S:!ll' ill'I'CS I oik Clllil i;. . !WH1I) ll'IIN! 1'1!H'-V f t f 4 1 f r B 5 ilPHlftB o F - e i If lS3 in I V. M ii.i:SA i.i: AN"!) Ci.TAif, i'PArr.KS INT i i iti.isnrn at inign uraag rsniiizers to trie Planters ana r iseGrowr i - - F!nda, feeling confident that it is jast the tfr ?iey nsst ing stooa the test sfds by side with the best isriMzsrs in market for a number of years, and continues to grew in pc: larity whsreyer it is used. OHOFUS PK.MPTLV F1TJ.K1) AXI) INFOUMATIOX FFIiNISHED OX APVLH"! VTIOV II. lJOA'ALL V CO.. 1 n,)rt ors Asronts, Water st riH-r. 1'AIATKA. i--t.nifiT raware iiFooerie! IVVI.ATK . I'l.OHI IA. 1 h s-J O t ill o oro Sor rip-' A 5-1, !!-!.i.rn: t right boro. The fall of the -mi-kun- ! JJ 1 H k.v ,,,,.s , wire lfi- l-lpPWpPD ;ir cliarge ruslu's on! smaller end of (he bul- lie ft H I lie p :ur holes, the .iron i id the pin against the breech, an let is hurled from the fua. port of the eharge is, cirresu()m; iiigly, louder llian that of pow der. Iy adaiilalion of the s.irne jriiiciile a cartridge is tnade for I liroiving sliot. Tiie air chargi -d ludlet, Mr. Cham bcrlaln says, may lie made io lit tiic siiialiest v'di- or (he largest camion. The velocity with which it is thrown depends, of course, entirely on the pressure of air with which ii is load ed. Mr. Chamberlain has iired a rille bullet, loaded with 100 pounds of air pressure, half a miieaccurateiv. The shells will stand, hi- says, l,ooo pounds of pressure, lie proposes to make cannon balls that mav be fired thirteen or fourteen miles, the long-range possibilities of the pro jectile being limited only by the cohesive power of the steel, lie avers that his charged proj'-ctiles are ready for use after any lapse of time, and that there is no danger of the bursting of the piece, as over-pressure of air merely starts a seam in the metal, instead of shivering it. For'ritle or musket siiootinira lead- ' i n bullet is used. Mr. Chamberlain has also inv an air-charged dynamite rocket. Dynamite is placed in a chamber, near the joint of the rocket, which is Iired out of piece of gas-pipe that may be set up in the ground or in clined against a. fence. It may be thrown, lie avers, two or three miles and will explode at the end of its flight. i ( I I 1 I ' ! '!'Vi o : ; v 'i'ii : j fiiiil & i link i FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM rJ,M!-: nfl-oiJTAXCF. HI' FAFATKA AS A ll-ifle liiMliiMilhu- i ; lit. ;mii r;iiivjy -ti!.t, in iiiiinili. ).; I.-Uti,.n ;1t :1m- head el' I,.;: ct, ;h , ! . .i(,hi;s ::;!! in fin- ,n " 1 1 "I" :i eli.-ii-'iiinv i'ai i.iinu- :iiil I'ruii pi-i.,ln- Hm.TSl OIENING OF SPRING ND SUMMER DRY GOOD. GRIFFIN'S BRICK ' j. ; CORNER FRONT AMD LEMON STREETS. f.T ih. it ll.ili'iMl (' ; I i.uj,.' I'l-llill.-ill.-u-, ;,. :lt!'..ris OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. !! ); liiiii Whi f1T"TTJ -j: t t "Csi -t-"v "j! v a ma iii i !; ?)'!!') a l.y tin- (r--- to I. I isjier. It in it s m;. -i tcr !' i'.n f li:il in ;. P O 1. 1 "S"1 I A H 0 ,' 5 ; ! v3 tl 2 iS vi L t'rv. JP! :A.VJl.lll .1'. CONDENSED AIR BATH entediIM li h Utiik M ei TA S U m K M s4 6i it w-iV S t? 13 j j snosr. Statesmen' W ives. Nearly all the recent premiers of England have enjoyed the ad. vantage ol having had "Wives or jfivat ROCHESTER, N, Y., For the Cure of Chronic CoXDlCTKil 15V .1 . I,. T o is s-:, . s. ( I r.'iiluat i u" reiii-,;l lep:iri meii; el' I'imi ly T New VorU, A ii mi;U iii;-' ;m.i('l:i-(.-:).-.-i) iliiilu.'iij,;tl)U- ('(iHi-v.e. j Tiii-x- lnt'is have been :, in Tim. ire iui-1 j (icniKiny lor numy yen is iy ai lent a fci'ivm' jthi'iiidst i)roinin-!:r pin su'-inii-: v.itii i:;.'i- !! ! ims li'MiHs. The ia'-'-t-st int :nii u u ..!' tit: i, ,.. i kiinl in Kurii. is :i; Itciclii-iili'i'l, -" c i l I ' e I- I..1.. ' ,.i i ... - .. I : , ... ' . .. ,. t son and considerable ahditv. whose care and ti nder sympathy ii ! b-ssui- Veil .ii ! iu: . tilt-! isPimn i-h 1 ! Tin- b !!-vi!L'.- U-iti-r '.'as rcvi-'A'- i a a rl v i w" i i 'ai's a '-" : ...r.-i..-ti. :.! ! m:. .i. I,. S'idn r.: Mli "('".Xl'Slsf my ill';, y i AW It-tlcr. I ! 1 ; . 1 1 ! 1 1 v. a it fur a. ai-ciiinpain in - Ml i ii 1' i"i Irr .; i.rt-;i',! a. ir e scud l.i yuu. Ti .hniiibei-s hi u 'aa'i ii ' I (if..ti! livni". and tlie ( 'oiir.tess.nt" U icons- ! Mael.'. are ii'A enhuaiiiu- ;:,. their u":diioii they havi ly indebted. The devotion ol' (innless of Russell, who is u-en iarge-- the Jill ,1 ;e 'i 1 1 ' !; rill' 1 h iiidd, had something of romance. .Mrs. (Gladstone, wlio is nearly the Premie nivs, ( 'i i a."ir patrons, ljiist .sun;?!i'r Hk-iv wi-w s nia-iv api!uin;s tiu'.r ;tt the lii-hcst ol' the -e:is.m tin' i'i-v- eoniers hal to wait from r. . til to I i vu rteen days l or a scat . a.n l t he sit t i:vjs went on t ho wliolo da ". TIhti- wi-i-a in r!io)-, ;T persons, who took inora t ha n :;.!M) s: n .-.! :i i r-i i:M To:. ill oiisoni''iirt' Vr i ivii'i'. -t oaaies her husband, a did J.adv ' a new du'iihT i;h tv-u e ,.i ,,i . and i . NEW VOlilv, lssi. Ab-na -ivty raii'iion copies of Thk Sex have '"one onl it' on r c.-ta. I il'-hlnent d 1 1 ri nir tile past t wi c in onl h-:. If ym.i wen' in jvi'Mc i ii;! in cikI all the col umns of all 'in Si x pi'inieit and sold last year yuii would L'ct a coin unions st rip of interest-hit:' information, common sense wisdom, sound doct riue, and sane wif 'lomr enough to reach from Printing House square to the top of Mount Copernicus In the moon, then back to PrinTiiH!' House square, and then t hree-ip mi ters of the way back to the moon ajrain. !?ut The Si x is written for the inhabitants of the earth: this same su i) of intelligence would girdle the jlohe t venly-sc en or t wen! y-ciy hi t ire.es. 11 ev ery laiyi r of a ropy of Tiiii Si:x during' the nasi year has spent only one hour over it, ami il Ids wife or p. is yraiidfa! her has spent auoi !i' r hour, this newspaper in ss;; has af forded ti-.e human i 'ace thirteen thousand years of steady readum"-. niylit and day. It is only by lithe calculat ions like these that you can form any i'h-a of thecireulaiionof the most popular of American newspapers, or of its hiiiuence on tlie opinions and actions of American men and women. 'I'm:-'. Si n is, and will continue to 'ne, h nev.-s-p; -per which ti lls the truth without faar of con i juences. which jrets tit the facts no mat-tci- how iiiiK. -tithe process cot s. which present.-' i he new-: over ih world without waste of words and in the most readaMe shape, which i i t-kiti-.-- wnh nil its heart i r tin.- cause of Lone. a lovci 'iiaent, and which therefore be. i ie e- i i ne Kep'ibi ica H pa rt x must i--o, and mii'-i : iii ihlsi'i.niin:; yeiviii our Lord, Is.vj. If j on k a .w 'I'u ii St x, you iike it alriH'ly, and you v id read it wi! h accilsti aa'-.i diiiyence audpi.a'i di ii:m'wha! is ,-ure to In- the most i at-. : c-i m:x vea r m ii - hist ory. 1 f yuii do not know 'ini: r f X, i ' is rn::-ii t ime t o ;a-t into t!a-suii.-d;:ue. same age ;is the aecoiu- Jh -aeons ileal, i very where. Hientlv remains in the to . " - wiil be aiue. wa u th:s atiu 1 he ei.h-.r-. io ;)t aild i !"c- i eonaidato t weiiT.i -nine peiions ai a time. The i . .t I 1 !.;'.oili ',t .1 ; I :, i, ! -, M i.j -( -..., , ... ... ' . din l.i.li.iv' .fdh.r-- i i,- a. rl... . o .,i ... .'. ' i ..,'. n ''I... ' , , , ,. , , . . . M.eiclienluill :o;-u-e seaso-i in tile i "".ao:oe.' el the close oi the night s sitting. ' May.- , , '! tie Doeior joes on to emiim-rai.' , (:.:! 1-!- Lorti I a, I '11 et'St Oh, more tliait. per- ; t. )-.- ::!- works, ul m-t ho remai'eiM, -re -a!; -, , , . . , j of I ids t reat mi'u; and cl. 's. s with t 'a tao- . i iiaps, any other tirst minister, how- ! dis-.i eiuotim-isiei-t. , , , . . . - - i i;r experience in Chester ha-. .. ; - ever, was indented tor ins position i that m prot.:i.iy nht.-y i.arrenr. of i i uhiiiil: iui i u.ti ui. in. i .io i o a ' a ' a - C 1 i' 'I im seevai editions of Thk Srx are sent bv m.nl. po;.rpaid, r:s follows : i'Ail.Y ."ilcei'is a month, .i a year; with Stmday edit a m. ST. M'.').V - Kiurdit p.-fres. Thise.btion furn isj.es The current news of the world, special ar t K'h-s oi" e.vecp! tonal interest toe eryhodv.and soil new iiooi.-s ,,f tlif highest Till'. N f.v.sis i lemoi'i-al ie, a;al while ii will be ..ill, if wid stand .'-o-adfast in iis li,.,-e principles of that parly, d' hii h'aione insures Iii ai ( v a ml i oi 1 1 I e 1 he slleci :'o eminent . VVc Will Display in a day or two, fresh from the Markets, a Most Elega. t Stock of SPRING GOODS in all varieties suited to the season, - - o - A Full and Detailed Enumeration of the Different Lines will Occupy this Space in a Few Days. DEVEREUX. ROGERO & SON. P. CUNNEELY, iVit'onTK;! or FiiieWines,Liquors i :-., in-. Acker, ."derral! & Co.'s Savannah, Morula iV Western ll'y Vsi i-o.n; Iii Line. All trains of this road are run by Contra C.mi; hi Meridian! time, which is il minutes slower I ha n .lack son ilio time. "W" Segars ON and after Sunday, November 1:1, 1SS3, Passenrer Trains will lea 'and jirrivc as follows: C I! A Ii f.KSTt ) X K X IMi CSS. hea e .iaeksom ille daily at Arrive at .Iaeksom ille daily at. . . Arrive at ( allahan daily at Arrive at Wayeross daily at Arrive at Suwannee. . . .' Arrive at l.iket lak daily at Arrive at New llraoord daily at. Arrive tit Itrunswi. ' daily at..... Arrive at .lessup d; v at Arrii c at S.t aniial daily lit. ... I,ea e Sa i'.n iah d;. ;!y at ATt i c at Vemmiee daily at Ai ri e tit. Charleston daily at Arri e at Thoi-iasv i.,e ila'ilv tit. . adly at . )'!- VJ.US SIM) . ;;:i5 The Year 1884 is a Campaign Year i lioth the Xatio.i.d and Slao- t aiiipaiiiiis are to ".:.o. i.oii.oi- ice sell.eini'iu o !;(' i liaaaentous poliii--a i-.-nes tlu-y involve. I f4 E W S will ui e its imtirin;- etl'orts r . iniltter.ee pub- i'c opinion lor lla- im- r lntere-d To do this more eii'ecl at once f.-eain h" pnblicalion o .1 the ."op ,lln' e. i ( iiv will m le Weekly News A foiio ts-eolnmn paper, eijidia'.! with the ! iii '-.i ! V i'e i:.. a- i . ) a W oKI.V bes; matter ai I'eoai'iiL Ma-he! l'e d. mih -,-t io in ; lie Ilewspa' currnet news, or a penm.rs .(' t In- week. iplep if Ih. iai- :mii its ii!:ii'ifi'!i:'in't' io Ills wile, wim was ph sie.-illv tunl nien:llv a re-;n-rk:vn!e woinibii. lr t lie" death in It;'. at eio'Itty-iivc, four ye:ivs after Iicr liusoaml, site vouM read wiil'.ont glasses, and talkdl v.iiii all I ho lire and energy !' a young wo man of twenty. I lor voieo was most cheery, musieal and soft. Her oyes were of hright hlue, and, in sV;'to of a verv evident Aviur, he was tio t;l t. vory handsome old lady. some i.een antics, aiwavs snook hands with her left hand, and pro nounced gold "gould," and chin:; ehee.ivy." Tlie 3"ung men of Gainesville proio organizing a minstrel troupe. I5.it lis a 'one will i ere. or a ni'h : it.dy m- re t'. ; then than any 01 her or ali o'l'ar aaar UHi;ed;e, ill exci pi jotlal cl-es, i t her a at -may be advantau-eoiisly comeieed as anxeiarv treatment, heme i ha.ve anpiiamcs f-ii i proved Turki.-'.li. plain and tiu-dieab-l war r l aths, sa'i. spoiiue, sit, sun baths, ete. The appliances for ri ittif elect ricitv ;. :-e tuodei-n and conipiete. 1 h i v e st uda d V . i y iiraiicii of iiU'iiii iiie in b .j scii ols. a;: i do po", hesi! ate a i loot y i ii.u' meilu ai or .-ui l' u ai t r :u ment wiien recited. Invalids are cvauideiuly n-onested to vl-it this insthunon on irtiamint." North, wlrcii they williim'i I'nniishe.I v;ih eleviib.r. ei.'eTi'ie call beHs and every eomfort of a i'e s'-ciass sanitariem; :;nd it' there is poh,i;ir if t h- hospital" air or aonea: anee. Semi I or pa mph lei , aa iaa f a ;! inf . '!::; t ;.i: ! ei ei-erices, elc, to Id". .1. . ;.'!', IN ;. fit M..irH Ave, ooclit sier, N . V. : T.GMOX ST., PALATKA. FLA. I i FRESH, SALT & SULPHUR BATHS I -SI a .'ear. T'.i;hr paiies of the a thedaiiv iswes : an Airricidtur- at of iMi.'.piaie.t aita-. specia.l I rrs. and literary, sclent ihe, and ! hiaem e run ke Thk W kkkly Sr.s j ; tortile farmer's h'Hisehol-!. To ''i':,i i j, h:i i trn cii'V tree. i 1. 'V. I.AMI. !'ubli-l;er, ! 'ih; k Srx, X. V. City. I This laiblieati n. at the m ice o PIE DOLLAR 2,000,000 ACRES of LAND Foil SAI.F liV FLORIDA SOUTHERN RAILWAY ! .m,. I we tiop. a nit !' i.iiic this sect ion f,.o remote io b- reached bv r?r!:cTAi, AD A FTK! TO friemb. boiii in and out of ui Orange Growing Truck Farming ! l:,;na:,1",',!n?yv" ai,,u' i;i w U j o; bot a our pii i .li.-at ions. Billiard and Bowling Parlors Attached W.ATiat Sthkkt, - - FA I.ATiC A, FLA. FOB "slAlXj'jB Y LAUflH, CoMI'tiKTAni.K TV -ST( UJ V i.(!(i JIOFSi:, with w ide verandas on all j ides, the coolest, jilace and healthiest situation in the pine woods around Falatka. Only half an hours drive from town. Kit ( hen and out In niso for sorvantsseparate. - 5-rol well with splen did and abundant water, line trarden, jrreen houses, oranue, lemon and other fruit trees; wa'on shed and stables for horses and cows, chicken yard with about lifty laying hens. Address, i. I, Itov 1 !s:. ost oilice, I'alatka, Fla. tr, P.. H. M KF.A.V, Ileal Kstate Aei nt. I'loi-idti SoittlK-i-n Kailway. Tin- Oiii ii I S -1 1 WoiUo. OFtK E Sri'KKINTKMlKNT, l'.U.ATK A, .Jan. li, lssj. e.llN; St I I'll. S'I'ATK l.NS. I. I'alatka . r 1 nteiiachen " Wait's ( 'rossnm'. . . . " (irueile " Mieanopy ... - " bofhbie Iteddicks " ( lea 1. 1 " .North bake Weir. . " South bake Weir. . Ar Lees! ui I'ir mail I Acoiird'tn :!:' f M i 7:10 A m i:.v) 4:.".". T:s a:.. :.: ii::5 T:tU t I .S; Ui " i !i:.Vi " i M:l " ! 1-'::.'.". i M ! J:12 ' I :i:ln " I ;":M1 " j i:it.' " i 'M't 5.1 daily af ai ' at II; 4 uly at Ii . 1 his train, J ochoe wit h T 'lily fur P( .. ; and all ti .' diet, and ,- -'.' ille to 1 i,-: (b I.(i NoiJTII. " sfATInNS. : mail I Acom'd'tn I I.v fjeesbitrtf ! 7:s a m i S:H" a M I A r South Utke Weir . . I s:l-, " I !);;;7 j " North itke Weir j S:-5 " j Iilrini " '- ( cala j 'm:-, " j 1 1 " " Ki'ddii ks ! lu-.i:, ' j LhhiPM I " f.ochhie ; in:',x,i " :i:ii) I " M ietuiopy I I 7::is " ! " bruelie ! lLu", j f::ai j " Wait's ( Tossing ; ii::r " i r,:.v " " 1 nterlaehen j 17 I jr " Ar i'alatka j pp) ' s::) " Ai'l ix c at I'.ain Arrive at 'hate' Arrive at l'eiis.,, Arri e at Mobi.. A rri e at, .New ( . I'ii 1 1 i!i:i 11 I'arlor lie to Savannah. t 'ounce! injr sit h: la and At la 111 ic Iva. .Mobile, New )i lea; sissippi points. I'm ( 'ars m t his 1 rain. ., ks. .Morale ami .New ( ir.i , us. This Train eonneci. at Ivaw ISranford si earner Caddo belie lcaxm-r for Cedai and Snwanee Ither points every Monday Thursday morninr. te rivinjf at. Cedar Key same afternoon. Rett ninw, loaves Cedar e( iy Tuesday and I'ri hiy ntorniii.-K alter rival f (Iti'f steamships. V A ST MAIL. Lea- Jacksonville daily at :J:tt) j Arrive at Jacksonville daily at. Chilli , ArriM-at Callahan da i I.v- a t ,!:io Arrive at Waycros;; daily as ,-:tk 1 A rri ve at Jessu p daily at p A rri 1; at Sa annah daily at 8:17 7 Arrive at Charleston daily at 1:fr t Arriv e at Washington. I! ( '., daii v a t..l l:(l p Arrive at New York daily at. ..." ti::ii( 11 I'ullman Palace I'arlor Cat s 011 this train ! tvveeu Jacksonville and Savannah. Con licit iujr at Waycrosn wit h Thronjr'i Ft. man Palace Buffet and jMavvimr IJooin Sie imr Cars, Wayeross to New York withe cham-re. JACKSONVILLE K.XI'KKSS. Leave Jacksonville daily at ,.r,;:Sl p Arrive at Jacksonville daily at !::l n Arrive at Callahan daily at' ti:l", j Ari'iv e at Wayeross daily at !(:(Ci p. Arrive af. Alhany daily at :i::", 1. Arrive at. Jesup daily "af ' 11:7(1 J Arrive at, Maeon daily at 7:K) 1 Arrive at Atlanta daily at l:'.MTi A rriv e at Chattanooira daily at H:') Arrive at, Nashv ille daiiv at. 1::.'.", ! Arrive at Louisville daiiv at "i-SM i Arrive tit Cincinnati daily at 7:iM) j Arrive at Chit iiu-o daily ;it ti: 1(1 1 Arrive ut St. Louis daily at I'ullman Sleepimr ai-s on this Traiu to cinnati ia !he vY'ayeross an t to Ctiattan' v ia Jesup. east j- lohiiia i:xrttis. Leave Jacksonville daily at These Laitils are located :n the fotlowiny coiitities: Alachua. Haker, Fradford. Fievard, Ciay, Columbia, Hornanuo, I'illsh.ero, Levy, Marion, Manitee, Monroe, t)ran;re. Folk, Fut nani, Sumter, St. John?, and Volusia. For further information, address C. A. UO.VlU3rAJV, J -and CommLssioner, PAL.VTKA, Fl.OF.lD. A copy will be mail of clubs of the -ml-i or Weekly editions. 'd flee t'ltiu- ire?Ter-lip ilK ts to either the Daily Addn 1 a:i coi re.si.ori leiice to THE PALATKA DAILY NEWS. TK A I N S A It K I V K AT i A rN I I I LK From Falatka. 1 11:45 a m and (JCiila and J-esbure; ( 5:4) ! M From Mieanopj- H;45 A m TliAIXS LKAVK (, A I N l.SV I LLE. For Falatka,' 1 ii:40 a m and Ocala and Leesbur-r ( 4:(i p m For Mieanopy :15 P M J MfCANdl'Y Tniin leaves at 7..T. . .S::iH A si Train arriv es at 7:s p m First-class ear throutrh "frotn I'alatka to fiainesville on all trains. " 0)XXF;TION'sr2"" At Falatka with fust river Rteamcrs forSt' Auyustinc, (ireen Cove Sprinys. Jaf ksonvilhj and ail iiints North, ftst and West, and with 1 up river steamers lor Mmth Florida. Ais; I with the Twin Screw iron Steamer "Tit v of ! Falatka," for Charleston, New York, Iio-"ton, i Philadelphia, etc. At W ait s rosstnsr with Peninsular Patilroad for Waldo. At (biinesville with Transit Kailroal for Cedar Key, Fensacola, New Orleans and Tam pa. At OerJa with Transit Railway and Hacks for silver Sprinjrs. At l esbiirj? with Ijoats on Lake Harris for points on J-ake and alonjr St. Johns and Lake Fastis Railway. Also with firaham's Hacks tor Brooksviile, Sumterviiie and ali points in Nuth Florida. S. CON ANT, JAS. D. IIOLLISTER, ileneral Manatrer. SutK rintendent. O. W. BROMWELL, G. T. F. & P. A. . (:-') ":) .111:17 .l-h-D . 1:541 - . 5::;5 f .V'.m 1 .11 " a rr .ln:?" rt .1 . W.:i p n 7:15 Jl . 11:15 . s::jj -1l):in . S:I0 . ihilO Arrive at ( 'allahan daily at Arrive at Wayeross daily at Arrive at Jesup daily at." Arrive ut Savannah daily at... . Arrive at Augusta daily at Arrive at Charleston daily at. .. Arrive at Washintrton daily at... Arrive at New York daily at Arrive at Thomas ille daily at. . Arrive at Albany daily at An'ive at Montgomery daily at.. Arrive at New Orleans daiiv- at. . Arrive at Nashviiie daily at Arrive ut JxiuisvUle daily at. . . A irive at, ( 'ineinnati daiiv at . Arrive at St. Jiuw daily at 7;.'o , ai Arrive at Chicayo daiiv at. . ' 111 Pullman Palace Buffet and Iiraw'iny m Sl-pinir Cars on this Train to Washinaton. Pnliiian Palace Sleepii!,-? Cars, Jaeksonv .'e to Savannah. Pullman Sleepin-r Cars on thlsTrain tola ville via Thomasville. Pullman Hotel iind Sleeping Card on tu)3 Train to Cincinnati via Savannah. A Restaurant has Ix-en oH iied af Waveros.", find abundant time will l,e allowed for" meal by all passerarer trains. Coniwetm! at Savannah with steamers for New York, Philadelphia, Boston and lialti more. Connecting at Charieston with steamers fth New York, Philadelphia and ffcdtimore. Trains on B. and W. LI. li. leave junction, jroinjr west, at l.Kt p. 111., and l(;r Brunswick: at 1:10 p. m., daily. Throtijrh tickets sold to all joints br Riii! and Steamship connoeUons, and P.aVjrau'e I'hecked throitirh. AiV Sleepin-r Car N ith: and sections secured at Comitttny's Ofliee ii Astor's Building, Si Bay street, and at Depot Ticket OHice. JAS. L. TA YLOIi, A.M. IVES, AgenrCralPanyerAat Fox Sale. rpwo CONE PULLEY'S, tone a split .1.1 1- three inch face, four stejis, frora t- a to If tesn inches diameter. Apply at THIS GFFIt