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THE DAILY NEWS.
BEN J. HARRISON, Editor. The Daily News is published every morn ing, ext-eirt Monday, and delivered by carriers in the city, or maih-d postag-e free, for 50 cent u month, $1.50 for three months, $2.50 for six mont hs. or $5 per annum. The Weekly News is an 8-pasre 48-column u .per, published every Saturday, containintr n.l the news of the week, local and jreneral. It . the largest and handsomest weekly paper uHished in Florida, and will be mailed post KO free for $1 a year, or 50 cents tor six lonths. Specimen copies free to any address. Rieal advertisements 20 cents per line for . t insertion and 10 cents ier line for each ad ".mil insertion. Special notices 10 cents per lin . Reduced rates on continued advertise nc: ts. Ail advertising bills become due pro rata very month. Local advertisements due at '. ie expiration of the time for which they are wrted. Ail remittances should b nu.de by express, ney-order or rejjfieteru .tter. Address, . . W. W. RANDAIilj. lU'RrNEP Manaokk, Palatka, Via mm a. jkfjistkkki) at the palatka post office as .Second-Class Mail Matteil PALATKA, FLA., MAY 21. 1884. OUR CONVENTION'S. Dei)i'' rats will rernemljer that Putnam primaries are called for June 7th, the County convention meets in Palatka on June lltli, the State convention in Pen sacola on Jcne 25th. Organize our Clubs, aivl write to Tun News. We will send one copy of the Weekly to the Secretary of each Club. The Executive Committee for the Second Congn.'ssional District meets in Jacksonville on the 20th. In se lecting a place for the convention it ; liould be remembered that Palatka ; ns laid the first -laim to the honor !roud the ''oh ii'iis. of The News, 1 we Ilia ard no dissenting u e as 3'et. ustine, 1. t he more c y' accomm ! him prefers St. -i to her, Palatka Miient, and olfers THE E Tlie Jacksonv i utf oiity and it t 0 rt presented at "! ION. M-ald is high Florida must w Orleans. -'i:v this is nod i i ussia, but in '-.. vid;i our brother will please rise "o' ,j explanation as to ways and te'M . Seeininoly, he thinks the ,uiey can be raised by private sub f5 Jption. This, we think is impos sible. If a legal way out of our diffi culty c;xn be shown. Tun News will do its utmost; if a practical, even possible, plan can be unfolded, let us know it. Wo discussed the matter thoroughly with Commissioner Se bring and thought the State would not pay the piper; we talked with him again when he spoke of seeking aid from the great corporations, and gave our opinion that through them alone Florida could take her proper niace at New Orleans. We do not think the Herald's plan s practical. We hope our content porary will agree with us after a tine, and then join us in our ulti matum we must have aconshtp .TONAL CONVENTION. Till: POLITICAL SITUATION'. We are a strange people. Once in four years the whole country . itches the hrain fever ami the de- irious ravinsrs of the sick are fear ul. To keep up the excitement every prominent man is interviewed, ami each feels called upon to assure us that unless a particular set of ideas become cry-KtaUi7.ed into what is called a ''platform" we will all go to "the demnition how-wows." We all sc re, am and struggle and refresh our knowledge of musty records; a eandida'w's treatment of his wife and )ahie:ri$lcoked into carefully, and his friends, who disagree with him, ale apt to think that his met private letters belong to the public. After a tim the "fitful fever" is over, tJic mortal enemies shake ! hands, and victors and vanquished smile, one is surprised that Utopia loes not immediately become locali sed in "the fori "lost country of the orld" and the ther finds its bread heap a- 1 re. If a few like -vne Ma , a keep the same lion stili, : v' find themselves e friends . enemies, where on ea lie vicinity o., lilies with their "aven descends . e in the imme uew ofiice-hol- : v 1"S. ' nat the disease dreaded in 5 .ite of the fur; .A which the -i i am, Once etaUracted, is urged to height, is shown now by the usit.ition with which tnose who ; s -t be sick approach the infection. 1 i nation and state, diflidence and dread put oil the evil hour as lon as possible. Once sick, the fever must run its course, and the patient must pretend lie enjoys it, but the inoculation is an affair only of the last moment. Who is to be our next governor? People know there are several candidates, but only Oen. Miller has "declared his inten- tions." Is it modesty? df so the j proverb about a politician's cheek is j wonderfully misplaced. The "dark horse" may come in winner on the national course, but we know each other and our friends too well in Florida to have the time worn dodge avail in this Stale. The man who "is as much surprised as honored by the nomination"' will excite a laugh in a State convention, and the preliminary work will be done, however modest the candidate. Let the people wear thinking caps and come to the conventions with definite ideas as to preference or ob jection, for it is all-important that the best men be put forward. Flor ida has a right to expect so much from tin; Democracy, and she must not be disappointed. NEEDED. Our town is universally conceded to be among the most beautiful in the State. With her situation and her people, it would be strange if she did not annually increase her dientelle of visitors as well as the number of her permanent residents. I 1 1 1 with all her advantages, one source of pleasure to her guests is entirely neglected. Nowhere through all her streets and the roads in the neighborhood is a pleasurable ride or drive possible. In a level coun try, with everything to please the eye, the deep sand makes a fast pace impossible, and generally a cloud of dust obscures a tine landscape, whose pleasant mingling of grove and forest, land and water can no where be excelled. A good turn pike road leading from the town around the Heights for four or five miles would ay for itself in two seasons and be a lasting benefit to the town. In the unfortunate con dition of our finances, the city can not build this road, but our citizens are able and should be willing to do so in view of the great advantages to be gained. We believe at pres ent that such a road would be better than any street railroad, and would add more; to our comfort and con venience. The material could be cheap, and parties would willingly pay any reasonable toll. The great amount of outdoor ex ercise always taken during the w in ter in our climate should be ample security that the enterprise would be abundantly patronized. Now what practical man will stand up in meeting and give us the facts and figures? I'ROJIINENT PEOIMiE. Mr. Cable, the novelist, has lieeided to go to England and France to give read ings. Charles lieade told Joseph llatton once that he received only 5 for 'Teg Wof fington." Huliert llerkoiner is eaniiftg ont in Wales in order to find recreation after hard work. IiOland Stanford wants (Jencral Crant and family to go to California to live at his expense. James B. Eustis was elected hy the liOuisiana Iegislature. yesterday to the Cnited States Sentite. Phillippo D'Ennery, authcr of "The Two Orphans," is said to have amassed a fortune of e,0.0,0X). Edmund Gosse, the jioet, has heen made professor of English literature at the University of Cambridge. The success of Ellen Terry and of Mrs. Langtry in this country has prompted Florence Marryat to try her hand over here, and in default of other qualifica tions she proposes, like Matthew Arnold, to lecture. The late Joseph a Dudley, of New York, left $31,500 to various charitable societies, mainly Presbyterian missions and hospitals. The bulk of Mr. Dudley's property is to be distributed among rela tives of the testator. Captain Jack Sullivan was one of the noted characters of New York, lie was famous as a shark-catcher. The red letter week of his life was when lie caught seven sharks, the largest of which was seventeen feet from nose to tail. Captain Jack's death was an occurrence of the Monday just past. Mrs. Langtry has been assigned a mort gage on certain city property in New York by James N. Piatt, trustee of the late (George A. Osgood. The sum paid UV the actress was $10,000. SllO has also ju-.niire,! from WHlitim Risvvell tl.ntitln to a mortgage to secure the sum of 6.- r,oo. n,e assignment is iu:uie fur the ex pressed eonsideration of one dollar. General Stone lias completed the foun dation on Bedloe's Island for the Barthol di Statue of Liberty. The foundation ii ninety-one feet square at the base, sixty seven feet square at the top and lifty-tvvo feet and ten inches high and is described as the largest artificial stone ever made. , ... , ., . , . . ,. ueneral Mone has risked Lis reputation , .-. ft C",UW1 "i"-'" lls ,iluv lM w Support of a statue that oilsrht to Stand , 11 , . " for centuries. JACIuHonville TAMPA & KEY WEST RAILWAY THE "GEM CITY" ROUTE. THE ONLY A IX MAIL LINE To ORANGE PARK, MAGNOLIA, GREEN COVE SPRING & JACKSONVILLE. Three Hours Quicker to Jacksonville Than by any nthoi'Iir.e. ' 15KUAD ;am;e, steel, kails. aik BKAKKS, FIRST-CLASS EtI'IPM EXT. o rpUATNS; REN AS FOLLOWS: .1- r;oi.N; socrn. jjcav e .lacHsonv ni- :i.;ma. m. " ran ire Pa rk Iti.'Mi " Matrnolia Hi.r.t " " Creen Cove sprin;r il.nt " West Toeoi . . 1 l.j.i Arrive l'alalka l.'.'.-'O p. m. CiOIXO NOKTII. Tjcave PalatKa 10::'..",i. m. Florida Sou. . I line . M: t" " " West Toeoi i !::;) " " (;reenCo c Spring IL.Mi " " Alasrnolia ;'.yt " " Oraniro Park i. w. Arrive Jaeksoin iile. . . ' tJCI .y.i". !:!" p. m. ;:iis :' ":!: s:td ii: I " THE ST. JOHNS' RAILWAY j -MAKES- j DIIMX"!' COXM'.C'riOX ! At West Toeoi, and from SI. A ui.! inc. I o j Rates itnd l are to all Points as Low a-; any otii.r line, ami Imwiiirc cheeked t liromdi. i Pj AAIV Cof-li liHn.-'Ic ?-T(PlHn4 M. R. MOlfAX, (i. W. UEN'rLEV, iLhUlb, VhttL DiiiivL-, ?! U U llll r, tien. Pass. A (rent. ( iep. Manager. ' ' u - ...... i ; . , PEOPLE'S LINE STEAMERS! IJUIUHNii M.T;'M. L. St. Johns River, Florida ; S. B. PLANT, CHATTAHOOCHEE 5 A.ND- .T 1Z N N I 1: S. .V TS I?ORMIX(J (IN COVNKtTloN WI TH Till', I iKdSary-liaya .Meivhants') a iioi'lM.K DA1LV hl.N H lor Astor, Sanf'ord, Kid ei .i ive and Lnterniediate landinirs, eoniiei-tiiii.'- at . As tor with the St.. .lohnsaml haUe Knst is Ifail way; at Santord wit Ii the SOPTII KI.OUiDA Railroad lor Maitland. Orlando, Kissiimncc and Tami'A, and l'rom t !iis point v. iih Sieani ships lor Cedar Key, Key West and iineri!"" diate landinirs on the west coast of I'lorida. Steamer II. I!. Plant leaves PuLiTka tr -in Florida Southern Railway wharf ;;r S::;u o'ci'k. p. in., on Mondays. Wednesdays and l-'ridavs. J)(d!ary-Iaa Merchant's ' Tino Slea.nier City ok .Iacksonvii.i.k, Knives I'alatka from Florida Southern Railway wharf ar s o'clock 1. m., on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Returninir, leaves San ford daily on arrival of the train of Hie South Florida Kuilroad, from Tampa id ;? p.m., arri imr at Jackson ville in time to connect with the fast mail train at, s-.:i a.m., of the Savannah, riorida and Western Railway. Steamer Cn yttaikmk iif.i; leaves Palatka from Florida Southern Kailway wharf ar 11 o'clock, p. in., on Tuesdays and Saturdays. ReturniiiLr, leaves Santord on .Mondavsat :5 o'clock p, in., on arrival of rain on South j r loraia uanioau i rom lampa. Returiiinn- on Thursdays, leaves Santord at ii:a" a. in., on arrival of train on South Florida Kailroad. Steamer .1 knmk Lank leaves Palatka from Florida Southern Railway wharf at 1:.' o'clock p. m. on Mondays and Thi'i relays. Returning leaves Santord on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Tickets on sale at W. O. Wolfz's Uriijr Store, Palatka, Ha., and on board of the steamers. All tickets and passes of the Ik liary-liaya i Merchant's Line will he honored tint il f u i t her orders. Steam Rar-e Fucle Sam, suitable for carry ing unusual and heavy freights, open fin charter. For further particulars, impure of R. S. l)OWi, Aireut, People's Line SI. John's River, Ollice Wa cross Steamboat WhuiT. .iac;,soli lite, I i(i'ii.l. FRANK R. POND, a;i:nt for THE SIMPSON & GAULT MANUFACTURING CO.'S PORTABLE GRAIN MILLS FOP. WHEAT, CORN OH FEED -AND-- Flour Hill Machinery of all Kinds o CASTINGS, SHAFTINGS AND IRON WORK OF. ALL KINDS ON S! Ii Mv't'Ni i t'll 'F.. .1ACKSON VI L I . I-:, K I . V. KEUKA AND ORANGE SPRING TRANSFER P fi DII3 V Hi I h il I j TEAM WiLL bl'.AV F. K Fl'KA For ranro Spun every momiier on irriva! of M!li' in'tunt tram tram i'.uati;a, tor th.-pnn.oM i T . . n . , j Transporting Passengers and Freight. For further information aihlress KFFKA AND OK.VN'C.K .PKiXd TKANsF 1,1! COMPAN V. At Keuka, Putnam Co., Fla. C. A. L PK, iV'-rent at Onmu-e Sprirnrs. NOTICE TO TAX PAYOS. rfllK I'N'DF.KSIC.NKI) WILL BP AT PA. 1 la'ka Flection District. No, s, on Monday, May . "th. and remain durintr the week e:liri ; on satur.lav tlie liith., tor tt:e purMe as ot as - j sessintr the State and County Tax for the vear ! A. 1). Ism. . A. D. ISM. All tax payers wishing- tax blanks I will please call at either the office of clerk of i Circuit Court or Tax Collector, where they ! will find them. J. W. WOODS. I Tax Assessor Putnam County. Calhoun, Gillis & Calhoun, IXSiTUXfl- All EMS. REPRESENT THE H M E 1 Ns FKA XCE i 'i ! "i - A " y, N,-u- York, TI 1 '. "Si ' X," . ' i .' aidi .;!. THE NEW y i ;.: cndkkwki i THE C EiiM ANIA, THE FACTO !s,v TK A ! K l.'S, l' XewOr!. THE ACC! DENT THE Eol' ITA1M.E !.-.. I America, . LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE ?1i t il. ft "M I A IT r, S f I 1 , i i -r L I " I'll. ' 1 ; 'i 7j. ii - .s MAXTFAt 'IT Established in i ll; e and Wai erooiis-., K i OLl SI ! VI . CI opri.-i. I;- ton :.! I :, tl- I I I ' I. I ' At K et er p FRESH M EAT MARKET Establishment in Town! ilHST OF NEW YORK BEEF A N I ' KENTUCKY MUTTON I AS A ', S ON' ! i i t I 1( -cei , -d , .. ii Lemon j rcer. AMi, i.RFSSKh Ptll'L ti:y. I'.'.M at t he old stand DE BARY-BAYf Herciiaiit liine ST. JOHN'S R!V KR TLA M FRS. CARRYING THE li. S. HAIL 5 7 --T' in Nil OF T!!F ST FA M F.I'S OF Til S LIN H iv Hie da h'v loot of Laura PA LATK A, r -et , a i p. in. V. 1 ! S NF !!?!, i : n r i ; r . I s i - f : All, I NTl.ir.tl lil.M'K !,AM..-.,:S S'U III III' I'ALATK A. A t Will ii ike dose ei.nneet :-:i tv H li ab Rai Lines for points in tim: iNTr.iiio;;, A la! vv '! h ail sit amers a i S iiil'ur.i fur I'oi NTs o. i N hi. v.N i;iv !:;;. i,N t ii in i I, - a v e Fatter prise lit. ami fori I on anil al of Tr:!:ii, arrlvin-.r at .:.!' -a.n-oti- Ville F.AI1LV , f:XT v.' :;N! ;CC. M i I, ier i lose cot'iicei i.,n wit h L'ail ;.!!! St earn I .Mies I er a II nnistts NO!;"! H. I'A-T AND V i::-T. l-'i r all foe, i., in t vve.-n ' -,miv isle a ii'i Pa 1.! i Ua, t a I-,' i i : ( -i i i:i- i ii,. i-. ! 1 vitiit' d.'.ily, Sioiila e.ee !.!. ' ' a. i;:. 'i'!i- Ilii'iiiiL-l: ' ,:M- : ii - i'lic ru'i : e,Ti-l!-cii'-.;i with the ! hi!,'; I . ;,nl ml tiekets a;rl pa--- is-.ii-i t!-..f l'!i.- vvi!, i. honored o I t he I in oi: I. ! '., .:.'- . I! AS. P.. l'KNWK K, Cen-'-ral I-.-W I?. WATS' N. Cn;ii-;i : i T m riiiiadeiD.Mia nt 1 i'...'U.)i Til i I ; t f I iik I i m i - wi t enter trollii'er ; 111 more l 1 o; -peron oie i:i it- historv liM.c l ' in v.- v !ii.:tl eve : iy rea-1 I ' I i i e t. r) ' la'.u i ny i-orniiiet cejv ci ! !.e I, vi. h J...; :ini inot C .piplete or- i a 1 ;i al io : ie )' I, i, o of" ( o;o rilaitor-- .Old fearie-;-- j 1,1 I powerl'tli I ; ano v.-itii i ) - tii;:i ! I in I he pa--: . j i Tmk TlMt.s hsf r.o j arty t-i I'dlow. no -andi- I j dates to ad ance, ! n wiit na .! ery -tie, as I it has ever ilon-, with eonsi'tenr lev ion to t he ri'.vht , to hone.-! s- v t rntneni, and the pnli. j : licvvi llare. And, !,'! imidnaininir it-: -i- i : t ion a -l-'e leaditur .;i i.n:;:i i !' Phi'ade'j.hfa. it I h ii I a on t o ! : coui i h o.oiy ia ; he ad va :: ii ' a 1 1 i ! thiiT can adtl valni-ioa. tit -- .; ; u-,'. The V';! Ille of a lie VV-I pi i-. ! ,1 ; i ! si or : fli.-j'lav. lint in the inti i i u i , eitr-. the , ticteiie.-s :'.nt i rrr iM.' vr . n i.ii a throad are ern 'oved t enrich its columns, i and to milk- it a journal nduptod lih ro ti;e Lny ni:-. n ;i;d m i he !ei--nre of t he hon, cir cle, a v 'eonie vi.-iter tointi I ! i-nt ni-A honest -it izellS oi ry p.lStie.-tt, i e li;1 io!!- ;; I social iate. Till; Wkkki.Y Toif.s is alio-i tla r do", rent f i o!ii t in- woi-kiy r.ec.-sj -a; : ot twenty years .',. The ,- 'of t:i..e ;.;;, Sav e uo;n-l,y. ''lie te!t'ir;-i!'o'!i and - ;t- r io.-nl r.evrsp:.i.-s i'i ' -y v.-!i. re. -s;h ei:i!ly s: the i a i iv.nr litres of rural population, have ti'..;.- !,( w-eekly I,-,.,,,, a-.,,, ' : i ' ' i . ii..'? o I in e i .i .... j,,,, lt, ;:- 1-;,. :.-:it i;s.i.... i::1Ve lot t n ir he. -i en o;:r I -1 v. a rf i-us-, le.v' i-o o:e; i m-v , me hut. .--hadovvs 'i: ibeirformer reatnc--;. and j they have l.n.t a shr.do'.v of their P-n iter power, j 'fho.-i- !-,ils't-s have had their 11 -e 1 1, ness. l-ot. it ' 14 i z rw p., . ;,s -"oi: -f, :; ,:: ; practical McnmaKer j. tngrara :&tx.js '';!'' :? V' l,!i;'-' :';.'.': ' ;','i''V ,','v' !; " which justilied the remark in his partinV ad. I mo.-, to ive the co, n .,. n - ... M . ,AX vckmsII ANV WATCH MA UK X) i dress that he left the American people prosrer- I '" .':"' ' '" ''':' ,l-' ' " ' V tri-cnl lower than any hou-H? in the state, ousiiml hni.nv. The I'ost, never wm micro niter I i i- . . t t- ! i itt i i ? T n.n ii t Liii("-iiuji(iit:i in iJii'imi'M v I mut m ;' 'l ..'U-ire variety oi eine.-T.-ciiui-.-- a.;. i:'-trie- .,, an lie found at the music store false-rod. It never soiU its fair fame by de- t!Ve re;,d l!ir. i he Pes'. V l io-r in i.ome iio-i ; t i..i,,,- u,.t,.l c !.. ..... r ..! ... .. is si-one: and. ivifii it. f hey aie L-oiii, too. It j T.N" ACCOUDANCK WITH AN hHDF.K OF was not tiie fault of the ,;ti-i-: it was th" da- 1 the Comity Court in and for Putnam coiin-'i-ov e-.ai nt ot the count i -y t hat Lroita'ht aoottt ! ty. Florida, vHearina- date April 4, I, I will the i ii.o;-e. Mm :inil v.ium ii, wlni'-vi r they sell at pnhlic onttry on May 5th. Iss4, Ijfiril? live, now re iniic fie,-hor ra ws and tl.ey re- the first Monday of said month, within the le qiiire more than news. . j jral hours of sitie, at the Court House in Palat- Tn k Wkkki.y Timks yather.s otf the t.v-s of ka, for cash, the- following real .-state, fw lontr every passin-j week whatever has lar-tinir in- ; inar to tin; minors Malel Ij. Welih ami Clara L, ten --t l.i the people a! larir.-, and sets it K-foiv Wel.h, iK-intr in Said county and state, and them in such ircnerosity i.f pap r and print as j comprising so much of lots No. pa, private sur- i wo:ilil h.-iv e n.-toiiish.-d us all twenty yoor aaro. j DAI LY-Tvvt h e t e:! s a we-.-k. fifty cents a I month, :t year, two cents i copy. , si N DA 1 ruiir ceny- a eo; , a year. i WF.LKLV One copy. s u y,.ar; five coj.i.-s, . Ss a year : ten coj.ies. S! a v ar ; twenty cel.- ; ies a vear, with one copy free to the setter- up ot every club. j Till: TIMES, Pini.Ai.r.LrniA. THE jVXonrag-nzLo KSTABLWIIKD ; Corner Iemoii antl lront S Prescriptions Carefully FRESH DRUGS! FRESH RECEIVED Tj H AlEMACV. All orders tilled promptly and at iiottoin prices PRESCRIPTIONS 1 pounded at all hours by experienced Drujruists. L ... 1 i, lirocKery, HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, SASH, DOORS AND BUNDS, HARNESS, SADDLES S MIXED PAINTS F.xei iited on short notice! ami on reasonable terms. "I'silsK lisi, - - - Tloritlu. BRADLEY'S FERTILIZERS v GEORGE E. WILSON, .. 15 West Hay st ie. t, JACKSON V1LLK F l,o I i 1 1 1 A . c For Garden or Grove. Guaranteed Analysis on Every Barrel. Maiinl'-.Ktorie IliMnti, JMass.. and Charleston, . C. For sale I. v DREW, H. L. li GARDNER, SOLI', A I FN'TS, PALATKA, FLA. , 1st win ilesa Ie d, '.'dors in FLOUR, GRITS, MEAL, HAY, GRAIN, i LIME. CEMENT. FLASTER, HAIR, Etc. O'KEEFE & M'KINLAY, Fdachinlsts, Boilermakers and Blacksmiths. FPAlltINC SI'Lt IALLLY ATTLXDKD IV to. New and second hand machinery hotiyht and Sold. Fniiieers supplies cheap. Corner Keid and Second street. HARRY HEATH I. uka, Florida. MEAT AND FiSH MARKET ! W. 15. C1JOSS, i'AI Sin it h'.-ol stand.! Water Street, - - Palatka, Florida. Vrh M.!it foi l VU)t l-!n j o.i t , -4 1 i.l NOTICE OF &1LE. I vev. in S-c. IS. T. Ranire Sfi east, as remain ; ed unsodd after ds-l Felruafy !, IKfi, of . Thomjon and WeJ.b to (ieorjre E. Marvin. Also a nurt el section 41. 1 . J.J, ,s. K. Si 1-, lx.usrht. at sheritrs sale in auly, IT4, a ix.rtton : huvin'j lieen sold to tieortre K.Marvin, beinir the remnants ot tin? said two lots of land and containihy tiboitt nine acres of land, more or less. Dated tins, April 4. 14. K. S. CiULL, Commissioner. VtJ V 8- 1 UBLE PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S I ! 1 8i-I. - t - l'AI.ATKA, Com-tounded Day and Nijrbt. DRUGS! FRESH DRUGS! DAI EV AT- S rom- IST IE IToi idfi Souilici ii Uailuiiy. rrii Oi-iiii.: u-it iion4. I H'KII'K SriT.kl .VI KMU NT, Pai.atka, March x'i,, In-4. (;oi; so F i l l. STATIONS. r mail l v I'alatka .... . L':ll "i m A r I ntei laehi'il x':.'ili " " Wait's t'rossiiur :;:;ja " " ( i ruelle ;:iv, " Micauopy : It) " " Loch hie 4;:;- " " Roddicks 4:ro " " K-ulu r,;4D " " .North Lake Weir ... ti:40 " " South Laki- Weir ti:.Vi ' A i-. Lec sburvr 7:;(.", " Ae)inn n f:(T7 T !I:.T " 11:1:' " ll:.-4 " 1:41 I'M it:?.1) " 1.15 " f,::t " H:2U " (JOINti NORTH. STATIONS. Lv Leesburtr Ar South Lake Weir " Nort h Lake Weir. " cala " Reddicks. " Lochbie " M icanopy MA1L ti:(H A lt ti::tl " V::ti " H:ii; " S:l!l " At'oin'il'tu v:(i A M 8::t' " f:.rvi " lo::j.r, " 1-:4: p m l:M " :hl " 4:4S " tl:(Vl " 7:.Vi " (oueile x- vv ait s ( rossnn: !): I in eriaclien i):,v. 1 a In I lot la-v- I I f A I N S A I ! I i V 1 : A T " i A IN KSV I I . Th From palatka, i UiiiVrsi anil ocalaam ( Il'::i i m Leeshttrjr. i-nr' From Micauopy 7;f-, A M S UA I NS Li:. VKii A I N F.SV I LLK. For Palatka, t H:(K) "a M iinil 'cilia ami , ifmi t M Leeshurir, ;i:tK) p M For Micauopy ,ri:U) v M MICA NOP V. "2 'j'rain Leaves at....'." .7. ". .'. '." . :M a"w I rain arrives at ii:(i M First-class car throuith from l'liJatkii tc (lainesv ille on all trains. CONNHCTIONS. At I'alatka with Jnck.sonv ille, Tampi! "Key -st Hy, fast river steamers for St. Au friistine, (ireen Cove Springs, Jacksonville Hint all points North, Last ami West, ami with up river sreaniers for South Klornla. Also with the Twin Screw Iron Steamer "Cit v of Palatka," for Charleston, New York, )tiston. Philadelphia, etc. At Waifs Crossing with Peninsular Kailroud for W ahlo. At, (iainesville with Transit Kiiilroml for Cellar Key, Pensacola, New Orleans ami Tam pa. At Oeala with Transit Kailway ami Hacks tor Silver Springs. At l.eeshniK' with boats on Lake Harris for points on Lake and iilon St. Johns and Lake Lnstis Kailway. Also with tirtihain'g Hacks for Hrooksville, Suinterv ille ami all points in South Florida. S. CON A. NT. JAS. I). HOLLISTFK, (ieneral Manager. Superintendent. O. W. liKO.MWLLL, (!. T. V. - P. A. THE MOST N A TURAL AND SUBSTANTIAL Orange Tree Food I iniorl a ill (nest Ioiih: DO VOl DPS IKK A SI'KADV, HKALTH 1 nl, vigorous growth, do yni desire Ci. KAN P.nicin I'm rr? Then Luy ami apply Presbrey's Drayton Island Marl. Every person's fruit where it has Leen h Z plied are clean, luscious and brlu'ht. Kefer etice hy jermissioii: Hon. J. W. Tucker, JuiJkc W. A. Cocke, A. C. Martin, N. J. Stcnstroni, ( 'harlcs Croves and rnanv ot hers have demon strated its excellent ipialities, and we now of fer it to the pnhlic with perfect contidence. Price fier ton, or eitiht harrels, on pier head Drayton Island, $10: or at City Wharf, San ford, Fla., t;; per barrel, 1.7". All orders tilled C. O. D. Address. A. A. PKESISKF.Y & CO.. Saflford. Flu. .AiiiNiMCmyrrs NOTICE. A LL CLAIMS AGAINST TH K KSTATK OK l S. H. Deniont must In-presented us scrilwd hy law or this notice will lie pleaded in bar. 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