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Queen Vtctoria has paid $20,000 for the jiearld owned by Lady Otho Fitzger ald. She will make Princes Peatrice a present of them. r It is rumored in society circles that Mr. Gould has disposed of the famous Atalan ta. The new possessor is his son Geor gie, who received the yacht from his papa as a birthday present. Mr. Jay has abandoned his trip around the world. Quean Victoria's costume worn at the royal wedding is described as a marvel of the modiste's art. The material was black moire antique, with silver thread running through it, interwoven with the fabric. A sjiecial loom had to lx made for it, and its cost was Vper yard. Mr. Chamberlain's recent speech in Parliarment, which occupied three and three-quarter hours, is said to lx one of the longest ever delivered in the houso of commons. I was remarked as an ex ceptional physical performance that the president of the lxard of trade spoke without pausing to take even a drink of water. It is nut every novelist who can in dulge in the luxury of a yacht, or needs one to localize the scenes of his fiction. Jules Verne, who is annonuced as tak ing a "business trip"' up the Mediterran ean in his line boat, the St. Mitchael, does so to visit Oran, Anglers, Bone, Tu nis, Malta, the Ionian Islands, Sieil Naples and Rome, for the purpose of giving a basis of reality to his fanciful inventions. "Setral queer incidents," says a Washington correspondent, "have oc curred lately at the top of the Washing ton monument. The other day a gaunt and hungry cat made her appearance on the scaffolding where the workmen stand having elimlx:d the winding llight of stairs from the laittom. She looked wildly about her for a few moments and then gave a leap into space. Four hun dred and thirty-four feet is a good deal of a jump, but she lended on the ground alive, making the greatest leap on record. Prince Victor Bonaparte has had a great disapjtointnient. He has just misl ed an inheritance of (10,000,000 francs. Mine. Anban-Moet, wife of the cham pagne merchant, died some days ago at Seville, leaving a personal fort une of 00, 000,000 francs. On Saturday last her will, two copies of which were deposited in the hands of attorneys at Epernay. was ojK'ned. It contained the following despositions: "I bequeath all my fortune to my husband, but in case he should re fuse to lequest, or in case lie should die la-fore me, all my fortune will belong to Prince Victor Napoleon Bonaparte." M. Auban preferred surviving his wife, and did not think it worth while to refuse the Itequest. Recently an Irish member of the house of commons complained that the public notice attached to the coronation chair in Westminster Abbey had been altered by the omission of all reference to the old legend that the coronation stone was first used in crowning the Irish kings, where upon an explanation, written by Dean Bradley, was offered. Many years ago an inscription in Latin was attached to it stating that the stone was the pillow on which Jacob rested his head at Bethel, and the legend went on to say that it was carried from Palestine to Egypt, and thence to Spain. From Spain it was said to have been conveyed to the Hill of Tara, in Ireland. In 1S.11, in order to meet the convenience of the visitors of the (Jreat Exhibition, the head guide wrote on a lalel a notice to the effect that the stone had been used at the coro nation of the ancient kings of Scotland and Ireland, but omitted all reference to the legend relating to Jacob's pillar, while retaining the closing part referring to Ireland. The label having become dusty and dirty, the guide, who has con siderable antiquarian knowledge, turned it over recently, ami on the back wrote simply the historical fact with regard to Scotland, and ignored the legend en tirely. Dean Bnufley adds that geolo gists have conclusively shown that the chair is of Scotch limestone, and that no stone of the kind is to be found in Pales tine or Egypt. Knocking t he Io enuiieiit Down lo the Highest Bidder. Philadelphia Record. In nearly all the reports from Chicago in republican newspapers the venal S uth em element is treated as a commodity in the market. The thing has lecome so no torious that no attempt is made to dispute it, but it is accepted as a political evil which must le patiently lorne. The re publican party divests itself of moral or political responsibility for this Southern contingent by holding it as the unnatural but inevitable outgrowth of civil war and reconstruction. But no party can long survive such an incumbus. By the con fessions of their own political associate a large xntion of these Southern dele gates, like the pretorians of another age, are ready to knock down the Govern ment to the highest bidder. Yet upon their votes will largely depend the nomi nation at Chicago, and possibly of the next President of the United States. Representing but a figment of a political organization in the Southern States, and caring for nothing but the droppings of Federal patronage these delegates are for the time the arbiters of the political des tiny of the country. The candidate for the suffrages of millions of intelligent re publicans will be made bv their votes in Chicago. A keen scent "for the otlicers and spoils of government may lead them to make a judicious choice tins time, but when the candidate is presented the re flection that his nomination is tainted with such an origin will mak it nausea ting to multitudes of American voters. THE JNEonraJg,xxo ZPlxax'TTi aQy i:sr.vi5LifSiii:i: 1 850. Corner Leuion ixml Front Htx., - - lVlAAlv-A., X-'X Prescription Carefully Compounded Day and Night. FRESH DRUGS! FRESH DRUGS! FRESH DRUGS! RECEIVED DAILY AT A-cZkzejCTn aoo. & J'sLoZkzsoioJ's 1 HARM ACT. All orders filled promptly and at bottom prices-. PRESCRIPTION'S com pounded at alt hours by experienced Druggists. . o WM. .T. WINKGAIl CO., MYTVICKISW. o Clejiural limilclutr Uuwlnesw Ti-uin-iiitrtocl. I5uy inl f-loll FrItrn Jxolistnjjro. Correspondents: New York First Na lionttl Itunltj Kountze 13 ro., Hostoni Tikv-orlolt 2Vntloiinl TSnnk. K S S S I M M E E LAND COaiPAY. T. H. ASRURT", Paosident. L. AV. KLAHR, Treasurer. U A Mi L'K N DISSTON, Vice-President. T. AV. PALM E It, Secretary. QA AAA ACriRS CHOICEST LOCATIONS FOR RESIDENCE AND CULTIVATION OF .din, WOO Orange., Lemons, Pineapples, Ranannas, Cocoanuts, etc., in the counties of Orange, Brevard, Sumter, Polk, Hillsborough, Manatee and Monroe. Hold In Qiirm ti t i-.-i to Suit UiiyerH. Prices 2.50 to 10.00 per aero, according to location and quality. KTPSt MMEE CITY r$"sinos i S2i" to 1 v T' iA 1 f Five-Acre Lota $m to &iiH) AV. T. FORRES Manager, Jacksonville, Fla. Special Master's Sale of Real Estate. Under and in pursuance of a decree of tho Circuit Court of the. Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida, in an1 for Putimni county, made on the 2tth day of May, A. D. lM, in n. certain caust pending therein, on the chancery side of the court, wherein A upriistua Monroe is com plainant and John H. Mcljean, and Edward S. ('rill as the a.ignee of Mclean & Rro.. defend ants. I will as the special master, named and appointed therein, offer for pale to the highest bidder for cash, on Monday the 7th dav of Ju ly, A. D.. lL in front of the front door of the Court House in the citr of Palatka. Florida. liptwwn the usual hours of sale, tho following described real estate in Putnam county, Flori da, viz: The sw of the n e U of sec. 2( t 10 s r23e, with the pxeeiition of t welve acres of the same belonging to S. Graham, conveyed to him by said John II. McLean, and the descrip tion of which is pet forth in bill of complaint filed in said cause. Purchasers to pay for deeds. Jos. E. Baldwin. Special Master in Chancery. In Chancery. In the Circuit Court. Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida, Fntnam County In Chancery. James J. Montgomcr-, Complainant ) Suit for ts. v Mary A. Montgomery, Defendant. 1 Divorce. It. appearinirto tho court that tho bill of com plaint was duly filed in this case and affidavit made and filed that Mary A. Montgomery tho defendant, resides beyond tho limits of tho State or Florida, but in one of tho United States, it. is therefore ordered that tho said Mary A. Montgomery, defendant, do appear and answer the said hill, on the First Monday in Septemler, a. i J. in", oinervrise tne complainant's lull will be taken pro eonfesso. Wm. f. Forward, Clerk Circuit Court. ATm. Thompon, Conplainant'a Solicitor. IN CHANCERY. State of Florida, in the Circuit Court for Put nam County, 5t h Judicial Circuit of Florida. James Ar. Robertson, Com pit. 1 vs. Norman II. Chnmberlin, - In Chancery. Mary Ettie Chamberlin, I Defts. j It appearing by alhdavit. to 11ns satisfaction of the court, that the said defendants reside out of the said 5th .1 udicial Circuit of Florida, and beyond the limits of said State, but within the United States, the particular State being unknown, now, therefore, on motion of Cal houn, Ciillis & Calhoun, complainant's solicit ors, it is ordered that the defendants Norman II. Chamberlin and Mary Ettie CtiamUTlin, do appear mid answer the bill of complaint, tiled by the complainant, in the above cause, on or before the tit li day of October ISSt, otherwise said hill shall be taken as confessed. It is fur ther ordered that a copy of this order bo pub lished in the Palatka News, a newspaper pub lished wit hin said Fifth.) udicial Circuit, where in said mortgaged promises arc situated, once in every week, for at least four niont lis before said f.t h dav ot" ( ictober ISM. Dated May 31st, lSKt. Py the Court. SEAL. AVM. F. Fo'ltWAlill, Clerk Circuit Court. CAMKU'N, filM.IS & OAI.ROl N, CinpCs Solicitor, Notice of Incorporation. V AUT1IORITV OF AN ACT OF THE I) Legislature of the State of Florida, enti tled "An act to provide for the Incorporation of Railroads and Canals," approved February P.ith, 1S71, and the acts amendatory thereto, notice is hereby given that a company has been formed under the name of the s-it. A ntsusit I ii iiixl I'silut lax Cniiiil nnl Transpoi'lation Compa nr to be invested with all the rights, powoi'S, pri vileges and franchises conferred upon compa nies formed under said act, for the purpose of constructing, maintaining and operating a canal and vessels of various kinds for the transportation of persons and property within the State of Florida. The main line of said canal shall extend from a point at or near Tocoi, on the St. Johns river, to some point at or near St. Augustine, and from the channel of said river to deep wa ter intho Atlantic ocean, and said canal shall ut ili.o the waters of the St. Johns river to gether with the waters of Moultrie creek in St. Johns county, Florida, on the East, and those of Deep Creek on the West end of the propos ed canal. Dated June 1st, IsSl. .1. I. lUlSl.Y, R. I!. i AUNKTT, J. S. COVVKON, In Chancery In th Circuit Court Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida, Putnam County In Chancery. Amanda Brown Complainant gu)(. y()f John P.rown Defendant. Divorce. It appearing tothe court thntthebill of com plaint was duly filed in this case and affidavit made and filed that John Brown tho defend ant resides beyond the limits of the State of Florida, but in one of the United States, is in the State of Georgia, it Is therefore ordered that the said John Rrown do appear and an swer tae said bill on the First. Monday in Sep tember, A. DilsM, otherwise the complainant's bill will bo takenpro eonfesso. VVm. Fouwakd, Clerk Circuit Court, m. Thompson. Complainant's Solicitor. In Circuit Court. Putnm County Fifth Judicial Circuit of the State of Florda- In Chanocry. F. J. Crawford 1 9. mil for Dirofce. Tamar J. Crawford It appearing by the atflds-Yit of the com- F'lnJnant filed in th above cnuso that tho de endant residesout of, andberondthe limit of the State of Florida. to-wit,"in the 8tto of Michigan. "ow therefore it is ordered that the defendant Tamar J. Crawford, do appear nd answer the said complainants bill for di Torce filed against her in our said court on or before the first day of September, A. D. liss otherwise said bill may be taken pro eonfesso. ATitness mT hand andth seal of our stiid court thtt 2-U ft day of April A. D. 1sj4. Win. F. F'oRWAiin, Clerk Circuit Court. MEAT AND FISH MARKET! W. 15. CIJO, (At Smith's old Stand.) Water Street, - - Palatka, Florida. Fresh Meats and Fish always on band. P. CUNNEELY, IMPOKTKIt W FineWines,Liquors Etc., lt. Acker, Morrall & Co.'s Imported Segars Billiard and Bowling Parlors Attached Watbii Street, PALATKA, FLA. BRADLEY'S FERTILIZERS GEORGE E. WILSON, H afe j.jr'nt , No. 15 West Ray street, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. JAC vili.t: TAMPA & KEY WEST RAILWAY THE "GEM CITY" ROUTE. THE ONLY ALL RAIL LINE TO ORANGE PARK, MAGNOLIA, GREEN COVE SPRING & JACKSONVILLE. Three Hours Quicker to Jacksonville Than by any otlu-ijline. BROAD GAFGE, STEEL RAIL5, AIR BRAKES, FIRST-CLASS EQUIPMENT. o rpitATNS: RUN AS FOLLOWS: L OOISO SOUTH. IiCavo JacKSonville 9."oa. m. Ora ntre Park 10.25 " MHtfiioli.i 10..M " " Green Cove Spring 11.04 " West Tocol 11:40 " Arrive Palatka 12:20 p.m. GOINU NORTH. Ixavc Palatka 10::."a. rn. Florida Sou. June. 10:45 " West Tocoi 11:30 " " Green Cove Srrintr 11:.r0 " " Jlatrnolia 12:00 " Oro ntre Park 12: i. in. Arrive Jacksonville 1:00 " 3.."W) p. m. 4.00 " 4.HT " 4.42 " 5:W " 5.,ri6 " 4:15 p. 4:2i 6:0 6:a5 5:40 fl 6:46 ni. THE ST. JOHNS' RAILWAY MAKES DIRi:CT C0XNECTI05 At West Tocol. and from St. Aujjruetlne. o Rates and Fare to all Points as Low as hy any other line, and hgfHce checked through. M. R. MOHAN, G. W. BENTLEY, Gtn. I'asd. Axcnt. Gtn. Mjuaivger. PUBLIC OR PRIVATE BOOKS JEPT BALANCED OR ADJUSTED, IN strict confidence, by G. 3IOATES, Expert accountant. Practical instructionain Bookkeeping. Best of references. Apply at this office. THE Palatka Daily News A HANDSOME, NEWSY SIX-COLUMN NEWSPAPER PATiATKA, CLUUIDA, FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM lin IMPORTANCB OF PALATKA AS A trade distributing point and railway center, and its magnificent location at the hJ of ocean navigation on tho St. Johns, and In the midst of a charming farming and fruit produ cing section, renders it a natural foal point for tho nwwB of the Peninsular, a4 affoii tha opportunity to make it what it ta pro-nounM-d by the proaa to be, a flmt-ehiai news paper, both in it nmke-up and in the charac ter of it cllatel news. 1 O L I T I C L Y Tin: Mtws U Democratic, aud whll it will be courteoug fco all, H will etnd stwidfast In its adherence o tboku principles of tkat party, t he succcim of wliiekjaloiw inaurfsi liberty and Rood ifovcrument. The Year 1 884 is a Campaign Year Koth the National and Stute Cuuai'n3 are to. tx: wayred. Towardii l&e -ttleiaeiit of the momentoitti v'litieal iwuu they inrolTc, THE will give its until iiiij efi'wW o iatiuen pub lic opinion for the I inm wow f the people. To do this more effectually, the add ora will at once bef in the publicatioti of The Weekly News A folio -column papr, eQiiivpttd with tke currnet news, or a coniple- dig-est 4 the hap penings of the cck. Thi publication, at the jn-ir of OHE DOLLAR we aope to introduce Into rery Loumo11 in this siM tion ta remote to 1 reached by our Dally. We urg-e our fi-ienda. lx.th ia and out f Tutna county, to aid u In th distribution of lxtk our puWieatioria. A copy will mailed f i t e the rt-tter-up of clul of the anc r w 1thr tha Dally or Weekly dition. AddrMa all orrpondwcee to THE PALATKA DAILY NEWS. ! L. MEYER, Water Street, - - Palatka, Florida. Wholesale and retail dealer In all kinds of Paints, Painter's Supplies, Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil, Shelac, Varnish, Turpentine, Putty, Window Glass, Paint Brushes Fireproof Paint, Roof Paints and all kinds of Dry Paints, Neatfoot Oil, Lard Oil, Machine Oil, Benzine, Ladders, Step-Ladders, Wall Paper In fact Everything Kept in a First-class Paint Store. Being a practical painter and having IS years experience in mixing and using painr-I mix my nmi paints, and cannot be imposed upon by the inferior mixed paints with which this pan ot the country is flooded and sold to unexperienced dealers- I oiler one hundred dollars toan body who can find one grain of adulteration in any paint or goods that are mixed or sold in mV tore. Kespectt'ullv, T. 31EYEU. An Unadulterated Natural Guano, imported direct into Savan nah, Ga., from the Orchilla Islands in the Garribbean Sea, by Tra vers, Snead & Co., of Richmond, Va. We are now offering this High Grade Fertilizers to the Planters and Orange Growers of Florida, feeling confident that it is just the thing they need, hav ing stood ths test side by side with the best Fertilizers In the market for a number of years, and continues to grow in popu larity wherever it is used. OUDEKi PROMPTLY I-'ILLKI) AND INFORMATION FI RMSII KU ON APPLICATION UY ?. II. KOYA.LL V ;., Importers Asrents, Water street, PALATKA, FLORIDA. DISSTON PURCHASE-4,000,000 Acrs ! FLORIDA LAND INDlMVEMEIIT COMPANY. HAMPTON' DISSTON', President. J.J. DUNNE, Vice-President. LANDS FOR SALE AT GOVERNMENT PRICE OF SI. 25 PER ACRE. IN H LOCKS OF NOT LKSS THAN SO NOR MORK Til X Ml) ACRES. WITHIN SIX MILES OF RAILROAD LINE, PRICE $2,50 PER ACRE. THESE LANDS INCLUDE ALL VARIETIES OF UPLAND AND LOW LAND AND ARB adapted to Oraiifres, lemons. Limes, Pine-Apples, liiiiiaanas. Suniir-f ane, Early Vegetables, etc., and arechietly in the counties of SI. Johns, Volusia, Rrevard, Ornup-e, Sumter, Levy Hernando, Hillsborouph, Polk. Manatee and Monroh. Our Lands are polling rapidly. Thousands of sett lers have located on tlicmduriaf thw past pix monlhs. Do not delay if you want them at. present Low Prices. " Stock of this company will be received at t.".(Ml per fdiare in payment for land located in compact bodies of (HO acres or more. For further information apply 'at the olliee of the com pany. W. rT. 1111SI :)-J. Land Conimissioner, Jacksonville, Fla. A. 4 G. C. ft, and S. H. CREY, President. J. M. KREAMER, YY, H. AYRKj HT, Vice-President. Engineer. LANDS FOR SALE IN LOTS OF FROM 10 TO 10,000 ACRES TX THE COUNTIES OF RREVARD, POLK, MANATEE AND MONROE. PRICES: For average Pine Lands 1.2s per acru For average Prairie and Pasture Lands LL'.I per acr Tor Lake and River Fronts $r.(W to KbitO per acre For Sinrar Lands in.oo jier acre The Lands of this Company are specially adapted to the Culture of Tropical Fruits, Rice, Putrar Cane, etc., and are frencrally accessible bv steam navirat ion. V. rX. rlt Iii :, Land Commissioner. Jacksoivllle, Fla. Florida fioiitliern liailvvny. Tit Ornp;o I$ol Konlo. OrFICR SrrKRlNTFNPK Pai.atka, March 2ti, OOINli SoUTIL NT, ' I I.-.M. f STATIONS. mam, Acom'd'tn Ja-Palatka 2:im i m s:uo a m Ar Interlachen 2:"iO " i::!r " " Wait's Crossing :t::l " 11:1:.' " " Cruel le :t:.V " IL.Vt " " Micanopv r.:lu " " Ivochbie " 4:;!7 " 1:41 v t " Reddicks 4:."0 " ':,l " ticala f.:4U " ! ;:.V) " " North Ike Weir.... r,:i) " fi:ir " " Pouth Lake Weir. .. . f.:.' " I " Arljeesburg: 7:.'t " S:2'- " ( i ( UNO N ( RTI 1 . STATKINS. mail Acom'd't n Lv lA-esbui-fr !:l"l A M 7:(m A M Ar South Lake Weir... !;: ' S::c " ' Noil h Lake Weir i;:.Mi " H:;V " ( icala 7:: " Hl:.'i.r " "Reddicks H:ii7 " l:.':4:i i m " Lochbie H-.VJ " l:at " " Micanopy c,:iii " " (iruelle H-.r,2 " .'1:2(1 " " Wait's Crossing H:2:i " 4:4s " " Interlachen " fi.-nt " A r Palatka lii:.V. " 7::fe" " TR AI N S A R It I V 1 : AT i A I N ES vi i.i .r: From Palatka, Ocala and Ix-esburtr, :- A M and 12::iil l m 4::l " 7:4"i A M i From M ica nopy "TRA IN'S LEA VE (J A I N ESY For Palatka. t ILL!'.. S:lil a M mid 11:110 r M :-!: t I- m r:ll p M Ocala and Lees bury. For Micanopy MICANOPT Train leaves at Train arrives at .ri::5n a m 0: 10 p M First-class car through from Palatka tc, Gainesville on all trains. CONNECTIONS At Palatka with Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Ry, fast river steamers for r-t. Aii jrustine. Green Cove Spriny, Jacksonville and all points North, Ea.-t and West, and with up river steamers for South Tlorida. Also with the Twin Screw Iron Steamer "City of Palatka," for Charleston, New York, Ros'ton, Philadelphia, etc. At Wait's Crossing with Peninsular Railroad for Waldo. At Gainesville with Transit Railroad for Cedar Key, Pensacola, New Orleans and Tam pa. At Ocala with Transit Railway and Hacks for Silver Sprinp-s. At Leesburjr with boats on Iike Harris for points on Lake and alon- St. Johns and Lake Eusris Railway. Alo with Graham's Hacks for llrooksville, urntervilie and all joints in South Florida. 5. CON ANT, JAS. D. IK 1LLISTER. General Manager. Superintendent. O. W . UKOJIWELL, G. T. F. A P. A. KEUKA AND ORANGE SPRING TRANSFER COMPANY TEAM WIIX LKAVB KHUKA VOU Oranife Fpring- 4Tcry morning fn arrival of the freight train fram Pulutka, for the purpose of Transporting Passengers and Freight. For further information addre KECK! AND ORANGE SPRING TRANSFER COMPANY, At Keuka. Putnam Co., Fla. C. A. LOPEZ k CO.. at at Oranjre Sprinj. For Sale. TWO CONE PULLIYS, (one a split pullev, three inch f ce, four isteps, from ten to it ten iB4:bi dimfetwr. Apply at rrui omc Li." ll T. II. ASRI'RY, Treasurer, li. SALINOKR. Secretary. 5 Okeechobee Land Co. HAMILTON DISSTON, Trew. R. SALlNtJER, Secretary. SaTaiinah, l'loritla & "Wohtorn Wj AVsi.vi!Sf-i H1irt Lino. All trains of this road are run by Centra (Wth) Miridiam time, which is ftf ciinuton Klower t han Jackson ille t hue. ON and Passen: fi il l ws: after Sunday, May rr Trains will leave ami II, 1SH4, arrivo NKW OKI.KANS EXI'liKS.'. Lea ve Arrive Arrive Arrive Arrive Arri ( Arriv ( A rri v A ri i ( Arriv A rri v Jacksonville diiily at at .la ksonville daily at at 'allahan daily at' at Waycross daily at at Rrunswiek daily at nt. Thomasville daily at at ItainbridK"' daily'at at. 'hat tahoochee iia ily at at Pensacola daily at at Mobile daily at at New Orleans dail v ut . H::) ft m S:15 p id 0:11 a m .llMi:, a m . :h(Ki p m . :!:!" p m . 5:K p m . f:H p lrj . U: W p in . 4:U" a ra . It): 10 a ra Pensaco- 'on i ieot inir at Chat tahoochee wit h la and At lain ic liailroad daily for Pensacola, Mobile, New Orleans, Texas and all trans-Mississippi points. Pullman JSulfet and Sleeping: Cars on this train, Jacksonville to Pensacola, Mobile and New Orleans. FAST M A 1 1.. Leave Jacksonville daily at Arrive at Jacksonville daily at . . Arrive at Callahan daily at... Arrive at Waycross daily as Arrive at Jessup daily at Arrive at. Savannah daily at ... . Arrive at Charleston daily at... 2:.'I0 p nt 2:10 p m 3:10 p m 5:115 p m ::t p m x:17 p m l:4. a m Arrive at. Washington, 1). C, daily at.. 11:() p m Arrive at Aew i ork daily at :.) a m Connect in$r nt Waycross wit li Throujfh Pull man Palace Rutfet and Drawing Room Sleep. iiii-r Cars, Waycross to New Yolk Without chanjfe. .lArKSONVll.I.E FXPHESS. Leave A rrive Jackson vilh- daily at at. Jacksonville daily at at ( 'allahan daily al .v: p m :ii a m r:y p in w) p m 6: I S p m ti:.r7 p 111 Arrive Arrive at Wtycross daily al Leave Gainesville daily at Leave Newnansville dailyat Iieave New Itradford dailyat Leave Live Oak daily at Arrive at Do pout daily at Arrive at Albany daily at Arrive at Jesup daily at Arrive at, Macon daily at Arrive at Atlanta daily at Arrive at Ohattanooira daily at Arrive at Nashville daily at Arrive at Louisv ille daily at Arrive at Cincinnati daily at Arrive at 'hieatro daily lit. . .. Arrive at St. Louis daily at Arriv e at Savannah daily at Arrive at Augusta daily at Arrive at Charleston dailyat. Arrive at Washington daily at Arrive at New York daily at Arrive at Thomasville daily at Arriv e at Albany daily at Arrive at Montirumcry daily at Arriv e at New ( irleans daily at Arrive at Nashville daily at Arrive at Imisv ille daify at Arrive at Cincinnati daiy at Arrive at St. !iuis daily at. Arrive at Chicago daily at s:20 p m . !):4i p m a m .12:10 a m p m a ra p m p m a m .11:05 . 7:() .12:2i . K:.V) . 1:25 . 7:.i a m . 7:")0 a m . i: 10 p m . ',:20 p m . H:;0 a m 12:20 pm . 12:40 p m .10:25 a m . 5:.'i0 p m . tl:4'i a m .11:.' a m . 7:57 p m . U-..50 a m . 8:10 a m . :t:oo p m 7:25 p in . 7:50 a m t:i am Pullman Pals'" liuffet and Drawinur Room a4 ii s m fa ? SleepiiiK- Cars on this Train to Washington. Pullman Palace leepinjf Cars, Jacksonville to Sn vaunaii. Pullman Sleeping Cars on this Train to Loui ville via Thomasville. Pullman Hotel and Sleeping Cari on this Train to Cincinnati via Savannah. A Restaurant has leeti opened at Wayerow, and almndant time will lj allowed for rnal I)y all pasM-njrer trains. Connectinjf at Savannah with steamer for New York, I'hiladclphm, lhum and Raitl nifire. Connecting- at Charleston with atcaraer fr Now York, Philadelphia and Raltimore. Trains on 1$. and W. It R. leave junction, jroiny west, at 12:10 p. m., and for Rrunswiek at 12:10 p. in., daily. Through tickets sold t all points by Kail and Steamship connections, and Ratfrae Checked through. Also Sleeping Car lrtn and sections secured at Company's Office m Astor's Huildinjr, K Iiiy street, and at Dno Ticket Office. J A S. L. T A V IA ill. General Passenjfur Agent A. M. IVES, Agent. IV 13 AV MAEKET. I HAVE JUST OPENED A first-class Meat Market, and keep constant ly on band a supply of fresh beef. pork, ponl try, and vegetableain sw-ason. GooddeLertxl free. Give me a trial U all I ask.. a U, WIGO, oor. iMon ft lr Sbi.