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THE DAILY NEWS.
CORRESPONDENCE Solicited on all lnterestingr topics tnrougnoui. the state. We will be especially nateful for all Irtenl iff ma of interest to the DUbliC. eWS ent by wire should be abbreviated when prac- ticable, and sent after 6 o'clock, p. m., address- If edto PAUTKA UAllil inlho. Aftpvm FOR THE NEWS. tio fr.iir.wir, o-.nMfmen are the authorized genta Of THE PALATKA WAlbi a.u. " i-i-n-i-i W. K. Be Witt. San .'Tateo. W. C. Valentine, Ni' hua. X S. Packard, Wela .a. t. M. Hard, J. rwal -. E Marshall, . ruir -id; Fla. i. McCallum. 'i Mills, Fla. 3. Ilartlett, I. own. n Island. me. City, chen. lei Darling. Hurley, La' Jlurton, Cii Strickland, Munroe, McM rn. C. Braddocl . S. Cowdon, St. ;.. A. Vo(jelbach, WLATKA, FLA., APRIL 23, 1884. Tlie Iul ly News be purchased e F. t. COCHRANE'S . , S STAND, at the . ost Olfice. Tlie Ncwh Oillee. v.- (Two. if The Daily News is located a v a. or street, in the new building next to "jj i ; ,;eneral store. DAILY AVEATHER REPORT. The thermometer at the Moragne Pharmacy r gistered yesterday 70 degrees at t a. m.; degrees at il m. and 72 degrees at 6 p. m. Heading Notices. rtupiOT Piv ffirxn fSnld Pin offered for sale bFa youth with contticting stories held subject to owners can. enquire oi, tl 4 t II V I IK AIM. I Board. Furnished rooms with or without board, at the honse lately occupied by .Mr, Richardson, corner First and Kailroaa streets. Also table board. Silver ,'eii Pitcher. "Cute " the best 5-cent worthCsohlt8-VerP itcW with cvtr-25 ciirai cents worth sold B. F. Barker Lemon street. To The Public Mr. Lewis does not deliver bread for us any more, Mr. Goodson will de liver it in future himself. Respectfully. Henry A. Meyer & Co. Pai.atk a Typographical Union. A meet is hereby called of the above Union, to le held 3 p. m., sharp. Come prepared to pay all dues, John M. Harrison, Ex-otfieier President; J. 11 C. Pratt, H, Secretary. Kecka Depot. Ticket and freight agency established by Florida Southern Hy. office in the Keuka Family Store. It. It. Keid & Son Agents. Money to loan on first-class security. In- qmre judge Thompson. Keuka family store receiving lots of nice new tr um!j nnrl tr nf rr rnmrwi n v ti v t ranRnnrtinir i goods to Orange ' Go to Dalton's Wood Yard, at corner of Itiver and Front striata, for Wood sawed and split to suit customers. Go to Dalton's Wood Yard, at corner of nivr nru Vrnnt. Atrntf.fa for Woo.t snwfd find I split to suit customers. Go to Dalton's Wood Yard, at corner of River and Front streets, for Wood sawed and split to suit oustomcrs. rr.,n YT . ir a . . ...... . T ! . : . I to Savannah. Ga.. will find the Harnett House a comfortable and desirable stopping place, where the uniform excellence of the table is a subject of general remark, while the price is only $'2 per day. Chicago National Hotel He- p)rter. Full line of paints always on hand at L. Meyer's paint store. For artistic signs see J. II. Merryday. Sign painting and carriage painting a sue- cialty at L. Meyer's paint store. If you want tlie best material and workman- bu.,. wneu you pa.ni. go 10 ... it. Mcrryauy. Fresh up-river Oranges, verv fine oualitv. received every day. at Tomkins & Weeks, on the wharf. r. i.;. i;ocnrane nas lust receive;! nice Doxes repnred from a cic.ice reeine. Odenta. ail ieelleiit preraratio for the teeth. Keeom- -ndeci by the best -lentists. Prescriptions riov-Jed v h a rDiute accuracy at all 1. I T Tni. .. li.lf. '.rht I st-class Or T sold ut Me; '.BB & XlCHOI nil lands tin ling lots near t ly soon. Step .0 a look at the ; 'V '7,,!?w .Vf,19' are tieius ULi aiHLKll fit velshton. Those :-bb & NPichol'smaUnd 'he family store . ..renerices the season this .tihv evening, nth .asu, by closing at 7 p. d very respectfully requests all its pat- o send in orders promp.ly that they may .-.neiuu vuny ku- a uay, ana remember resh and choice amilv sunrjlies will t.e i iilij, arming an s-t trom headquarters - K.R. Keid. - i PERSONALS. Alderman B. M. Baer and wife, of Jacksonville, are stopping at the Carle- ton. Mr. S. B. Carter, of the J. T. & K. W. R. R., was in town yesterday, looking after the interests of the road. Mr. M. R. Moran, Superintendent of th J. T. & K. W. R. R., was in the city last night. When seen by the reporter he was examining plans for depot build ings along the line of his road. r 1T W Pnl ng t T 1 t- " " W""3' vuo ieehuurg 8 vwvv.rL1;,xUB uiauuuuis, Iassea 4VU U ... i . m7ur lUK V.l esieruay on asnort trip to Fernandma. He reports the busi- dessof his nourishing town as brisk and on the increase. Captain Julian Vest, an old railroader of Virginia, is in the city. He has in- vested m orange land on the Heights ad- jounuguie nne grove Of Ins brother-in- law, Prof. A. S. "Wood, and expects to maKe his residence here. Pic-N'ic at Crescent Citv. The Grovesdale Brass Band, of Cres cent City, will give a pic-nic on the first day of May, for the purpose of raising funds with which to buy new instru ments. The boyg over there are making grand preparations, and they want all their friends and everybody else to come over and have a good time with them on that day. There will be a refreshment stand, where everything that can delight the palate will be dispensed, and a large platform will be erected to accommodate those who desire to dance. The Matthis band will furnish music for the occasion. Bridge Contract. The contract for the bridge that is to span the St. Johns at Buffalo Bluff has ueen lei to m. b. cartter M)., ot at. R.R. and is to be a draw bridge, and the contractors will commence work imme- diately. CITY NOTES. LEAP YEAR ADVICE TO GIRLS. ,vnT,r tn if nmtlv " JOU want to do it ntatlj Vorv cvvoofltr and pnmnlftplv J J - . you want to do it right and nice . , -LrMlt- Inen you press his arm so tigntiy, Then vou dron vour even so briirlitly Then with eyes so very love-like You look up to him so dove-like, As around his manlv neck vour arms you throw ; When he'll press you to his heart, then You must swear you ne'er will part then You word vour cards, hut do it verv slow. Then you call him first your lovely. Ask him then to he j our hubby. And to bear vou safelv through earth': cruel strife ; He will clasp you to him madly, And in loving tones, most gladly, He'll claim you as his pretty little wife. "Wasn't the rain lovely," was the ex pression yesterday after the shower v over. The arrivals at Graham's Hotel, w nrfi informed bv the tremai luonrieioi continue to 'e as numerous as usual, Mrs. Wvlie has a verv line garden i. i 4.i. qi.i.. ti, ..a,.. - " nave seen it say il is me ih'm m luis community. "Oh. Where Have the Old Folks Gone?" is the title of a, new song. It is presumed that thev have gone to bed. young man, but there is never any tell- ing. Don't risk stay ing too late. The time from Leesburg to Jackson ville, via Florida Southern and J. T. & K. W. Railroads, is shorter by one hour and a half than by the Transit Tnnfi To the average Floridian, who is always in a hurry, this is good news. The Cess Corley Company's oil ware- house, situated on Madison street, sepa- . , . ., opntpr n few d ivs a-o and rated in tne center a iew uavs abo ana fevi to the ground. Mr. L. Meyer, the agent of the company at this point, had the damage repaired immediately. Mr. 13. L. lallienthal has bought the . , i . i i i i i n btate ngnt lor a patent wmcn ne cans the "rocking chair comfort" that promises , , , T . to fill a loner felt want. it Consists Ot a frf v,lof n ,vl1tlfll . nttnebe.l tn the front " ...- of thf chair, and it is :i nositive. luxurv to use one of them. A Runaway. "West Lemon street was enlivened ves- v terday by a lively runaway. Mr. K. D. Sulzner was out with his machine wagon . and had tied his horse to a hitching post ., , , , near the railroad junction, when a pass- S train freightened the horse beyond all control, and he tore off at a fearful gait. The shafts were soon broken off and the harness torn to pieces, and sev eral citizens declare he made the fastest time on record as he came up Lemon cfrf Kri ,mo ,lrt The Chicken Kilt. t .... .i i: , i to come oil in Falatka, on last Monday between a bird owned by Mr. J. E. Alex- nn,ipr wlm livw -it Fnfpn.ri Vlr.ri.l i anae1' 110 m 4 s dt nteriu lbe lon" and a chicken owned bv some river men. .-ucAauun a.s neie uu ins, ( uu u- en- and the 10() that the fight was to U for a side, but the river men. from some ., , , , . use, raneu 10 put m an appearanc Mr- Alexander felt very much aggrieved that he was put to the trouble and ex- pense of a trip to Falatka and get nothing but the forfeit money which we be- u CH moiit , wmen, .c ot lieve, was $10. lie left for Gainesville i i , , . yesterday morning, and savs he rs will inir t,- n.siteb bic l.tr.l ...min.t o,.,- i Florida for 100. with naked heels. The Dental Parlors. Ir- - J- Walker? of Searcy, Arkan- 9as' who was in Paiatka a few weeks since, in a long letter, complimentary to Paiatka in general, thus sjK-aks of Dr. Estes, who once lived in Searcy: "Dr. II. R. Estes, formerly of our town is here and owns a place about a mile from town. The writer had the pleasure of visiting the Doctor's place and received a regular Arkansas welcome from him and his estimable wife. Both are delighted ' 11 Thft Tutor's tr,H nrp vnnno- vet ln,t will Keirin tn in a W T-or .v, bn " " J ..1tl. i.i. sayg, hewm retire from the tooth plug c,;Iirr uainoaei n, w w .t- ... f,. vnr!)ll,r i ;r, LJV ;a'niJrt . , .A, T.. 1T t, . usiMniaieu wiiii ur. 11. iv. xrsies in me dental business Paiatka Dental Parlors "Sallv" is hiirhly pleased with Florida and would reach the acme of bliss if he could induce the family or a nart of the family of a certain Arkansas senator to move here. "What Mr. Cowdon Says. Mr. J. S. Cowdon, in a letter to the St. Augustine Press, descriptive of a recent trip to Paiatka, has the follewing items of local interest which we transfer to our local columns with pleasure. The complimentary mention of the editor of The News is fully appreciated, and in his absence we take the liberty of print ing that also: "At Green Cove Spring I find a dainty depot of one month, and better built than many which I saw on the railroads North last summer. There is an air of solidity about the men, trains, transfer and sentiments which speaks highly for the road. "At Paiatka I met in the Daily New. office, west of the Florida Southern wharf, Judge Harrison. But to Jd8f HarrLson any words of mine wuld but faintly represent his kind, earnest, honest soul. Would that the South had a million such men; then she ; room. He continued the performance by would mount a henlestiny Wckoj.s. ! kicking down the stove, pulling down 'I. II. Hilli.-.rd. the irrepressible mi- j the chandelier. nl plowing up the pl;;s derwriter. is moving steadily forward to tcr with his tu.se. When thenitro-glyce- a Morula orange grove. At the table 1 met his elegant family, and many friends in Philadelphia will be glad to !,ear tliey continue delighted w it i Morida. "Dr. ( . S. liham-, the Mark's Koieona! t 'huivh. '(-"! of Si . 'I tiles'; t.t!- eiited and fail ! i f i . I nr. 'I ( Word. "The J. T. cv K. W. il. II. depot jr, ;. the old saw inii!, Iltn yards south of the Lar!;in i louse, about OUO feet it will be a dai' and the wharf and v. hen tint died i The Hall for ;lie 'onfeilerat e Home. File bill gi en ;:t M.ili:un" I'ohl '.-el Monday evening for ti e U u, f, ,.(' the Confederate Sold', r' b.i patfoititd by i V. !atl;a" in b-ine wan- well in i i 'I I ! I lovely went!. oaugnters. . the r. Although there were n.( :is prc-cr.t as wa ; :ir: i antii-i.iaied inanv stiii th. re wa eroii'.;:i i(. ni:do tli x;n one of delightful mien-i t() ,i!!, :n,, will long be remembered !'. ;he ...ad. nit gentlemen and beautiful ladies w ho (. Mr- ticipnted 'an Colonel (m'.i! gave ee!;i th i. wi'.o.-e heart ! v.! himself, generously donated Ihe u-e of his house for the laildible ohjeet. Mr. ( 'harles Williamson, under witose uan agement the affair was -oniiiiete., gained the sincere t Isanks of ali for his indefatigable efforts to make the affair a success. The music was furnished by Barratta's hand. Tlie ladii 's nevt r looked lovelier, and among tee merry dancers we note : Mrs. W. (). Wolt,:. in blue -..tin. with Spanish lace. Mrs. S. .J. Kennerly. white lawn, with diamonds. Mrs. Bent, black satin with lace. Mrs. B. M. Baer. of Jacksonville, pur ple satin and black velvet, with dia monds. Mrs. F. C. Cochrane, white swiss. Mrs. Joseph Price, grey silk. Mrs. Dr. Peek, pink satin with lace. t:.s t.,i: t , 1 .. t i. ;n . r " ' peaivd m white gros gram and satin ; trimmed, with Spanish lace and dia- i monds. " ! 7 ,. I Miss Daisy Prentice, white mull with s elaborate Spanish lace. Miss Ernnie Broome, white Swiss over pink. The Misses Dent appeared in black sat in and silk. Miss Mattie Teasdale. pink nun's veil ing with Spanish lace. Miss Crey, pink nun's veiling. Miss Josephine Podgero. elaborate Spanish lace with white Swiss. Miss Nellie Pruddy, white Swiss with Old English lace. There were other ladies present, whose names our reporter could not get. Among the gentlemen present were Col. II. S. Hart. Captain John Welsh, Captain T. W. Lund, Jr.. J. E. Lucas, S. J. Kennerly, Hon. A. V. Mount, Joseph Price. B. M. Baer, Joseph Bald win, Dr. Peek. Frank Lane. Capt. Win Husson, II. A. Helper, Frank (Juy, Dr. W. O. Woltz. Mr. MeClardy, Miller. Charles Rodgero. C. J. Joseph, the Messrs. Pratt, llaughhu. Bacon and others. The entertainment was a success, though the receipts were not so large as the managers had expected. The threat- ( ning weather kepi manv from attend- iniC. which no small reeeiiits. lionet account.- for The White !lop:;f ilieans in (Georgia. l-Mitor Dah.v Xi:y.s: To take a broad significance of that so called "White Republican party," recent ly inaugurated by General Imgslreet in the State of Georgia, there is nothing to riducule, consistently, by the Democratic 1 tarty of the state of Florida. The State . of Florida, politically, differs from Geor- j gia in its internal prospects for reasons ; pertaining to its horticultural and agri- ! cultural interest. The immigration into . Florida is contra-distinct from that of ; other Southern States. It is far and wide on this particular. It is. so to say. a r.a- j tional State, being incipient after the great war. Gentlemen from every State ; of the Union 'find agreeable refuge in : Florida; and wliv'r they meet on equal ' ground divested of all feelings but that; of a spirit of national fellowship. Now. I there is a particularity in the colored ; race, politically, in Florida. It is plain ; that they are yet an embodied party and ignorant and devoted to the republicans ! without knowing, in fact, the principles of a Democrat from that of a Republican, i The idea is. that with so uistiguished a : General as Longstreet there is a latent ; germ of rectitude and honor in his politi- cal move, which should not be slurred at I by the whites of the South. Politics is i policy and there is no Deucracy in a ; party without it. Bluster without some ' policy amounts to nothing. If a majori- ' ty of the whites of the Southern States ; are, in reality. Democrats and Indepen- ; dent, why refuse the acquisition of Long street's volunteers is it policy or not , The Democratic oIitical status of the 1 Southern States is not so independent as to refuse to accept volunteers from a source so vital as that proposed by the ; white Republicans of Georgia. ; Liberal. Quick-Tempered .Stuff. Philadelphia Republic. A Buffalo janitor kicked a can of ni-tro-glycerine, and right then, for the first time in his life, became a really active man, inaugurating proceedings by turn ing a double somersault and knocking out a hoJful of mortar and brick with! , , , , , j the back of ms nead at one end of the tine let the old man sit down and take a rest" he looked mournfully nt the ivm uant'i f the fragments of tin that n'e held the chaind ight ning. and said t the di'tor: " Wal, if that ain't the quiekest tr'lilMered .tllif I ever sa V.' '." - Tl'.e !MnJe'N MhsIci'. yo It; I ;i is Speeiiil. A wil I I,-n. u n t r.r. eler for ene of the large , grocery houses in Memphis, who relun.ci to-day from Mississippi, reports ful'y I, .".UK mid.-;; in 'a!labIllla. and Jrcii.ida counties. Mississippi, a-; having fallen ietinis .. bulfalo gnats witiiinthe nasi wek. Their i leprada t ions tliis ymr evcecd a'l pre ions records, and there is no hope of their disappearing until warm weather. Over eOO mule., have bet il killed by these pests within a radius of t'-'.'i mil.- , from Irannila, Miss. M i". -.!: ville (Teun. ) m.-rehanl su --pi-eied one . .,' his clerks of pilfering from the cash drawer. In order to make sure of it h, marked a number of coin pieces and posted other merchants w here young' Adams d.;d; to waleh for them. Hi; suspicions were fully continued, and he determined to dismiss the thief,. and say not lung about it. One morning he was surpvis-ed to receive a challenge from Adams to light a duel. The second ex plained that his principal had discovered marked coins in the drawer, which he considered a rcileetion on his character. The mercliant replied that he had found similar marked coins in sundry places wlieiv thev reileeled much stronger on liis character. The affair was settled ! without bloodshed. X. (. Times. A negro was recently seated on a rail j fence in Arkansas, intently looking at ; tlie telegraph wires. A gentleman pass I imr said: "Watchim: the wires:" "Yes 0 sah." "Waiting to see a message go by, hey." Tlie negro smiled and said: "Yes, I sah." Tin; gentleman kindly told him ' that messages were invisible, and ex plained the working of the electric cur- rent to him at length. Concluding, he said: "Now you know something about it." "Yes, sah." "What do you work at'r"' "I'm a telegrapli operator at the Hazel Switch station, sah.' Drs. Richardson and Kerr remarked, in connection with Weston's feat of i walking, that a man may take so small an amount of alcohol in a light bear that ' it wili be of no effect one way or the ; other; but when he resorts to it as a pro : moterof strength or sustained physical ef : fort, and takes a quantity such as he be ! lieve.-; necessary for that jmrpose, ii; is then that he v. ill discover his error. The Lancet says: "Whatever inferences v-e , draw or refuse to draw from Mr. Wes ton's walk, it remains one of the most surprising feats that was ever performed by man." Calhoun, Gillis & Calhoun, INSURANCE AGENTS. REPRESENT THE lit) MK I XSC K A X CK ( 'OMl'AN V,o Xew York, THE "ST'X," of bon.loa. Till', X'f.W VOilK T'N i KH W lMTKUS, Till: (iERMANIA, TlIM l'A("!'i (!-; - TKADKHS, ..r New Orleans, Till; A ( ."1 DKNT. ot" .North America, Tli F, I" ITAbLP, (bile.) T3iioajrivrvrr 11 . r,!li: IP'.ArTIFl'L WIXTKii IKiMK, S1T- uiitccl n Knuuet street, in the Uaniiiin.-k known as ihe HAClCF.it KESI IEXCK, to l.e s. .1.1 nt a jrrrut bargain, if sol. I within thirty !;!:. Ai'i!y to .T. I I. I ITISI j vin. At ollice of the Falatka Transfer To.. rear of 1'. S. Railway depot. THE FALATKA ransfer Company IS XOW I'UEFAUI.1) TO CARRY VALl.'A abie Kreijrht, Fackajres, and do, a gen eral 1m ti linir business. OMNIBUSES OR SPRING WAGONS Always on hand for Picnics and Excursions, and Trunks and passengers transferred to and from I'll boats and trains. Promptness and Satisfaction GUARANTEED. O'lice on Water street, near 1'lori.ia South ern Dei iot. LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE 6. S. Hacker & Son MANUFACTURERS OF Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings -AND- BUILDING MATERIAL. E-tabli.-hed in Office and AVart-rooms, King-, oppf)site Can non street. E. M. HACKER, Proprietor. T, Charleston, b.t. Ruv direct from tee Factory and savedeal- ers' protits. -''Kfc- ' : i I. i t Located Fifty-Six Miles From Paiatka on the Florida Southern Three Miles From the Railroad. rptlS IS ONK OF Till-', Mi 1ST ',V,. I'TI Kl ' l-I.V I..' M'ATKi) AMI IIKAI.TIIV P LACKS IN the stale, siti't the tw-st l ui'l four iMMi'tr, ;.. i-.-. it ! r.-,t. ! v -.ri'i.i. A which X: :i b H3 NT Has e,,l (tie I.e.. hi, r M W 1 1: 1 er In line. ,ii!-i I-. leiei-l te be one ((' the five leni i. u :eie I:.,-le, s x it f-3 r u si u m m b 4 d w a .3 Wili do more and belter Roofing for Less Money than any man n Ihe stale. Shon Rear Griffin's Brick Block. Paiatka. Florida. ROET. IB. 1 -V I. A r 3v A. Xooi3. IR, Eeid & Son, IV il li ;i . l- 1 i Dealers in General diss p FLORIDA LUND fiNDlMPROVEMENT COMPANY. HAM ITO V DISSTON. Ficsi.icia. .). .). J)l"X.K, X irc-l'if.-i.l. i.t. LANDS FOR SALE AT GOVERNMENT PB'GE OF $1.25 PER ACRE. IX KUM'KS OF NOT I.F.SS THAN Su NOR .MOW'. THAN r.40 ACRF.S WITHIN SIX MILES OF RAILROAD LINE, PRICE $2.50 PER ACRE. rpiESi; LANDS JNl LI'DF ALL YAI'IF.TiF.S OF Fl'I.AND AND I.OVLND AND RF 1 adapted to Oranges, Lemons, Linn-s, Pine-Apph-.s llaiianiias.SiifraM 'ane, I-iu-ly Vegetables etc., and urechieliy sn the eiu:ntiej ol St. .lotms, Volusia, F.revar.I, Oiaimc Sumter Lew Hernando, HiIlsloruuil, l'olk. M::n:;tee and M..:u..h. ' ' " ' Our Lands are selling rapidly. Thousands of settlers hav- located on them durinr the past, .-..v ...... i...-. ... .,.! -uiiii i,n:i;ia Stoek ..!' this ei.nipati'y will l.e received at jM-Vm per !iai e iu'p:ivie.eiit lor lau.l located in compact bodies ol C.-;(i acres or more. For f uriher informat ion apply at the ollice of the eom- I any. VIETEEBS & CO. raft 03 exn mmtm m is u h k t tj: r. Ha VE XgS I A.I WHOLIOSALi: DI.AT.KKS IX FLOUR, GRITS, CORN, HAY, OATS, BRAN, COTTON SEED MEAL & FERTILIZERS. (HHFFI.VS FLOCK, WATER STI1FET, FALATKA, FLA. All Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention and Quick Shipments Mafe II. L. GUEEN. MARTIN (ilUFFINlir H- Xj. 3-X?,EjFil3Sr & OO. DEALERS IN 5! dRk u x h .T, m m a & it Keei. constantly on iian.l a full and attractive stock of BOOTS AND SHOES FOR HENS', BOYS' AKD LADIES' WEAR We ask an inspect ion of our si oik. No t rouble t o sliww sr .oils. 1 oe."t come up to the feast and be found without a weddiiej- KariiK'nt. Alltheb(-t maiiufael urers are rereseiite(l in our st(ck, Lot h hand an. I machine uoo.is. Ladi.' and (i.-ids verv line trood; a specialty. Lkmon Stukf.t, FALATKA. FLt tlil f)A. 3D. -5T. HILL & OO. j?zco.c3-cLoe fe CommlssiorL SIiiptnent of Fotatoes, Onion-. CaMm.-. etc., receiei iJailv. Consignments of Moridu rruits. eyetables and Produce solicited. References: Wm. .1 . V incun r - Co., Hank, is Fa'at k.i: '.. C. ,VC. S TiU'iinv Sin M'.teo Fli OFEHA llOI -i; lil'!Li)i.(;, J-ALATKA, FLA. AV31. .1. M l XiA Ji ? -fV ficncral !li!ilvinpi I i i 5 n-- rI"r:i 11 .:n t . ISu and II I'orei till 1-Zx -liii it-. Cri!-ijiil"iif!-i : ?S"".v York I-"li't Na tional ISank; Kouutze Ilro.. Itoslott; 31 n fi-lcvli rVsitlonnl I!:nl. jz. ii. i i) a i: rr, THE zLAT:gZA GBOGEB LEMON TTREET, A rrrlnl 1 THE FINE, HEW STEAMER CAPTAIN JOHN L. AMAZE EN, HAS BEEN FEKMANENTLY PLACED OX the route between Jacksonville, Sanford and Enterprise, in connection with the Nw Vork ami Charleston Steamship Coiiiiumv and the Steamship City of Falatka, Making ali the Landings between Falatka and Sariford. Leaving Jack sonville every Monday and Thursday, at i p. m., close connections made at Aster with St. Johns and Lake Eustis railroad. andatSai'.ford with South Florida railroad. Connects at Falatka with Florida Southern railroad. Freights Taken as Low as any comjx-t in line. For rates of freight and tickets, and 1'urther information, apply to IL OAILYARD, -1 Agent, office on -wharf, foot of Hogau St., S-VODDEN5, Managers. Or LEVE & ALDEX, J Cor. Bay and Ocean sts., Jacksonville. I 3 m n n b h i : ;ei ! St...-,. i,, i ... ere, !.'. immediately a( . nee ;ui'l .!!! iato ;-n.--. EDICT no 1 l-autilu! p!;u in i .rihi tor a irmvi' It.iiee au.l lliisjness I..,t-, mi) lie had of vi;m5 mciiols, (a a. nil Maeax. i-. l'lilatka. ITorida. ft TOEE 2" I O IS 1 3 A Merchandise. A Full Line of Goods Kept in Each De partment, Always c;ive us a Gail. URCHASE--4,000.000 Acre 'I'. II. ASIU'UV, Trcasiiicr. K. HAhlNCKIi. Scvivtarv. '('(' l.ow l ' " ee T T'" llI5I0-i. L;uid Commissioner, Jacksonville, Fia. H C3 n b n k rs a a k a k k a a m m u r h k h a u vi s o V CO., I SYIN 11 v 101 FALATKA, FLoltlDA. I Ask. LANSING & CO. Keep constantly on lunula complete stock of resli Groceries CANNED GOODS -AN IV- PROVISIONS V"e have now an assortment of VERY FIXE TEAS LANSING & CO., Lemo?, Stukkt, - - PALA.TKA, FLA HARRY HEATH i Engraver 1 C-SSihAXY WATCH MADE 20 ! (Y1iIf,itt c l'f ny, 1,ou in the state. opp"fte V. Johnl otLl ftSK"' j mtka, Florida ' U mon stret't l'a- 1 1 I r 1