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A WORD TO THE TILDENITES. Chalelston News and Courier. The independent republicans are a power in New York. Their adhesion to j the democratic candidate for president j will ensure to the democracy of the 20 I electorial votes of the empire state. In j Massachusetts the Independent repub- j licans are strong enough to give- the democracy a chance of success in that state. Everywhere in the Eastern and Middle States there are republicans who will treat the nomination of Blaine as "an insult to the conscience of the coun try," and who will not vote for the Chi cago candidates. The independent republicans are solid in their opposition to Blaine; but they are. equally solid in their dislike of Mr. Tilden. Under no circumstances will many of them vote for Blaine; but , at the best, only a few will vote for Tilden, if he lie the candidate of the democracy. The nomination of Tilden will chill and reel the independent republican votes while such a candidate as Cleveland or Bayard will be voted for by republicans in all parts of the Union. The national democratic party can elect its candidate to a certainty, if that candidate Imj not Mr. Tilden. We ask the fuglemen of Mr. Tilden, who want victory at any price, whether it will pay them to risk defeat for Iuh sake ? Is the national democratic party in so sore a strait that it has no choice but to sacrifice the respect of the coun try, and miss a golden opportunity, for the lenefit of a candidate who declined to be vindicated and renominated four years ago? Is the democratic party so wedded to the dead past that it must go back eight years to Mr. Tilden, in place of seizing this present time by the fore lock by nominating Cleveland or Bayard? Ponder these questions, democrats! The people want candidates who represent to-day and are prepared for to-morrow, not a candidate whose claims to notice are based on the melancholy "might have been." (JF.ORG I A AND ALABAMA NOT FOR THE " U TICKET.." From the Mhcoii Telegraph and Messenger. Georgia is neither unanimously, en thusiastscally or any other way in favor of the old ticket. She has not so in structed the delegates to her convention, and there is not the slightest reason for the idea that she will send delegates to Chicago instructed for Mr. Tilden or anybody else. The Alabama convention selected an admirable delegation to Chicago, and uninstructed. Notwithstanding the fact that it had been heralded that Alabama was for Tilden, her convention, three separate and distinct times, refused to consider resolutions declaring for the old ticket. CLEVELAND THE BEST POSSIBLE CANDI DATE. From the Boston, Mass., Herald, Ind. Why anybody should want Tilden, or why there should be any magic in his name, we cannot surmise, but, for some reason or other, he seems to nt the party perhaps lieemise he trembles and whis pers. As a mask, though not handsome, ho may be useful. If, at the riht time, the screen learing his unpromising face is pushed aside, and the stalwart ami eu peptic figure of Cleveland is revealed, the party will have a candidate with a head at the top of him and his face turned to ward the future. Cleveland is the Itest possible candi date for the democrats. X.VYKJATINt; Till: A 1 11. Tin Problem Not to he Solved by Ilal loouin, hut ly Mechanism Much has been said as to the possibility of reaching the North Pole in a balloon, says Col. Burnaby, in the Fortnightly Review, and the present writer has re ceived numerous letters from people who declare that they can direct an aerostat. His reply to such communications is that he will lie very glad to make the gentleman in question a present of 100 if they will select two places, twenty miles apart, go in a free aerostat from one spot to the other and return without anchoring the balloon or recharging it with gas, provided that the-, on failing to do this, will give him 5 to assist a charity. Any person who suhscriWs to a scheme for reaching the North Pole in a luil loon, with our present knowledge of aerestatics, cannot be practically ac quainted with the matter. So far as the solution of the problem how to navigate the air is concerned, we believe that balloons have done more harm than good. The attention of in ventors has leen diverted from what is ln'oliul.lv tbe nnlv fe.isihle w.iv to olitaitl . . . tne ilesirea end, namely, the eonstnie tioii of a machine which, itself heavier tlian i lie atmosphere, will he ahle to strike a Mow on the air in excess of its own weight. Machinery workeil ly steam is much too heavy for this purpose: electricity some day, perhaps, will he availahle. An engineer who has made electricitv his stndv recently informed i plamant tiled in the above cause that the de 1, . . ! fendant resides out d, and Jievond t he limit an assembly of gentlemen that m tlie i 0f the State of Florida. to-wit,"in the state of coarse of the nevt ten i-e-irs lie ldieve.l ' Mh'hitran. Now theivfore it is ordered that iouieoi UK next ten 5 oars, lit ihirmu t,u, tk.ttM,dant TnmarJ. Ci-awford, do apinar it would he possible to compress enough I and answer the said complainants bill for di eleetrieitv in i cnltn,., 1 ... ,,f -in I vorce tiled aurainst her in our said court on or tit irnii m a substance tlie M-e 01 an , ,lHol.0 tlu. n,.st (1av of September, A. D. Iss4, egg-shell to drive an express train from i otherwise said bill "may be taken pro eonfesso. London to Livenool. Science has not j iui arrived at this point yet, hut who can! " - Wm. F. Fokwaup. tell, alter the telephone, the phonograph, and the other marvelous discoveries of ,irF Inventors should never forget that a bird is heavier than the air, and that the bird flies because its strength enables it to overcome the difference between its own weight and that of the atmosphere it displaces. To put the case in a nutshell, aerial navigation is n mere cutest ion of lightness ana torce THE iMZonretgxi-e PiLarmacy Corner Lemon Front Sit., - - I'ATjATKA, FLA Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Day and Night. FRESH DRUGS! FRESH DRUGS! FRESH DRUGS! KF.CEIVF.D DAILY AT liHARMACY. All orders filled promptly and at bottom prices. PRESCRIPTIONS com I pounded at all hours by experienced Druggists. BA3STEZ OIF1 PALATKA WM. ,T. WINKGAlf A. General ItanUin linsiness Transa't'il. ISny and Sell Foreign lxeisiiio. (.'on'opoiuh-nls: Xew York First Na tional Hank; Koiintze Hros., Itoston; 3Iaverlek National I fian It. I1IMI III MM IIIIBHIili I ! IWMMWMtMMIMJMI I Ml ILII1WM I . M M KISSIMMEE LAND" COMPANY. T. II. ASBURY, Pae-sident. HAMILTON DISSTON, Vice-President. (j)nn ajifi ACUES CHOICEST; LOCATIONS FOR RESIDENCE AND CULTIVATION OF Z)U'I" Onuses, Lemons, Pineapples, Banannas, Cocoanuts, etc., in the counties of Orange, Brevard, Sumter, Polk, Hillsborough, faatee and Monroe. Hold in 2iui it i'!s to Suit I5iivii. Prices $2.50 to $10.00 jer acre, according to locution and quality. kimmufb ,.iTv ' Husiness Lots $2l'Kl to $511(1 K 11 ..KM i.e. CI 1 1 t.'ivt..A(.r Lots :?:sooto 5oo "V. rJT. FOHHIW, Manager, .Jacksonville, Flu. Special Master's Sale of Real Estate. I'nder and in pursuance of a decree of the Circuit. Court, of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and for Putnam county, made on the 241 h day of May, A. D. 1XK4, in a certain cause pending therein, on the chancery side of the e-eiii t, whe-re-in Augustus Monroe is com plainant and.lnhn H. McLean, and Edwurd S. Crill as the assignee of Melx-ani' liro.. defend ants, I will as the special master, named and appointed therein, otter for sale to the highest ladder for cash, on Monday the 7th day of Ju ly, A. D.. 1SS4, in front of the front door of the Court House in the city of Palatka, Florida, between the usual hours of sale, the following described real estate in Putnam county, Flori da, viz: The s w J4 of the n e of sec. 20 t HI s r i e, with the exception of twelve acres of the same belonging to S. Graham, conveyed to him by said John 11. McLean, ami the descrip tion of which is set, forth in lill of complaint tiled 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 Fl rida. Put nam ,'ounty I n ( 'hancery. James J. Montgomery, Complainant j Suit for vs. Mary A. Montgomery, Defendant. 1 Mvorce. 1 1 appearing to the court that the bill of com plaint was duly tiled in this case and affidavit made and Hied that Mary A. Montgomery the defendant, resides be-yond the limits of the State of Florida, but in one of the United States, it is therefore ordered that the said Mary A. Montgomery, defendant, do appear and answer the said bill, on the First, Monday in September, A. D. 1SS4, otherwise the complainant's bill will be taken pro eonfesso. V.t. F. FoHWAiin, Clerk ( 'ircuit Court. Win. Thompson, Con plai mint's Solicitor. IN CHANCERY. ' State of Florida, in the Circuit Court for Put nam Count y,5t h J udicial ( 'ircu it of Florida. James W. Robertson, Complt. vs. Norman II. Cham!erlin, j In Chancery. Mary Ett ie Chamberlin, Defts. I It appearing by ailidavit, to the satisfaction nl' the court, t hat the said defendants reside out of the said 5th J udicial 'ircuit, of Florida, and beyond the limits of said State, but within the Ciiited States, the particular State being unknown, now, t herelore, on motion ot Cal- j houn, Gillis & Calhoun, complainant's solicit- ors, it is ordered that the defendants Norman : Jl. CJiumlierliii and Mary Kttie Ctiamberlin, lo appear and answer t lie bill of complaint, tiled i by 1 lie complainant, in the above cause, on or lie fore t he 0th day of October lsst, otherwise j said bill shall be taken as confessed. It is fur- j ther ordered that a copy of this order be pub- ! lishcd in the Palatka N'f.ws, a iicwspaor pub- ! lished wit li in said Fit t h.I udiciu 1 ( 'ircuit, where- in said mortgaged premises are situated, once ! in every week, for at least four mont lis before ! said tith dav of ( k-tober 1S4. i Dated Mav ;ilst, lss4. By the Court. SKAL.T, W,M. F. Fol(WAIfl), le-rk ( 'ircuit ( 'ourt. C.V l.IIOl'.N, (ill. I. IS & f'AI.HOl'X, Cmpt's Solicitor, Notice of Incorporation. j V AUTHORITY OF AN ACT OF THE I I legislature of the State of Florida, enti- j t led "An act to provide for the Incorporation ! of Railroads ami Canals,'" approved February ! lMh, ls74, and the acts amendatory thereto, i notice is hereby -riven that ueompany has j been formed under the name of the i (-t. A uj,'ii!-it 1 1 mii1 Inliitl:i I Catial niil Ti'iiusixH'tiitlon Comiany, to be invested with all the rights, powers, pri- vileges and franchises conferred upon e-onipa- ' nies formed unlcr said act, for the purpose of j const rue-ting, maintaining' and operat inir a ; canal and esscls 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 in the Atlant ic ocean, and said canal shall utilize the waters of the St. Johns river to gether with the waters of Moultrie, creek in St. Johns county, Florida, on the Fast, and those of Deep Creek on the West end of the propos ed canal. Dated June 1st, lsst. J. K. Rainky, it. It. ( ' a knktt, J. S. Covvdox, In Chancery In the Circuit Court Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida, Putnam County In Chancery. Amanda In-own Complainant ) Suit for John Brown Defendant. S 1'ivoice. 1 1 appearing to the c urt that t he bill of com plaint was duly tiled in t his case and affidavit made and tiled t hat John lirown the defend ant resides l-yond t he limits of the State of Florida, but in one of t he Fnited States, is in the State oftieoria, it is therefore ordered that the said John lirown do api'oar and an swer the said bill on the First Mondav in Sei- tember, A. D: lss4, ot herwise the complainant's I bill will betaken pro eonfesso, I Wm. FoitwAKD. ( 'lerk Circuit Court. Wm. Thorn ps n. Complainai Vs Solicitor. In Circuit Court. Putnam Countv Fifth Judicial Circuit of the State of Florda. In Chancery. F. Q. Crawford j vs. - Hill for Divorce. Tamar J. Crawford It iiie:irinir by the affidavit of the com- Clerk Circuit Court. ! MEAT AND FISH MARKET! W. 1$. CKOSS, (At Smith's old Stand.) Water Street, - - Palatka, Florida. Fresh Meats and Fish always on hand. CO., TJVIVJCKJJS. L. V. K LA Hit, Treasurer. 1'. V. PALM ER, Secretary. . CUNNEELY, IMPOHTEK OK FineWines,Liquors Acker, Merrall & Co.'s Jlioio LSi-milsi ol Imported Segars Billiard and Bowling Parlors Attached Wateis Stkkkt, - - PALATKA, FLA. BRADLEY'S FERTILIZERS GEORGE E. WILSON, No. 15 West Hay street, J A CK SON V I LLE FLOIM DA. JACKSONVITIii; TAMPA & KEY WEST RAILWAY o- THE "GEM CITY" ROUTE. THE ONLY ALL KAIL L1NF TO ORANGE PARK, MAGNOLIA, GREEN COVE SPRING & JACKSONVILLE. o j Three Hours Quicker to Jacksonville Than by any ot helpline. PRO AD GAFCF, STEEL KAILS, A I It HUAKES, FIUST-CLASS EQUIPMENT.- 'pilAINS; Itl'X AS FOLLOWS: L i;ihm; sal'TH. I'ave Jacksonville !i.."ua. ni. 3..T0 p. m. Oranye Park ld.ii 4.nu " Magnolia 10.54 " 4.:iT C recti Cove Spring 11.04 " 4.42 " West Tocoi 1 1 :0 - 5:15 " Arrive Palatka VZM j. m. 5.5T (iOlNd .NOKTFl. Icave Palatka 10;:5n. in. 4:15 p. m. Florida Sou. June... 10:45 " 4:i West Tocoi I1::H ' 5:ns " tireen Cove SprinH- 11:50 " 5::5 " Matrnolia ':Ul " 5:40 " Orange Park 12::W p. m. H:01 " Arrive Jacksonville. .. . 1:00 " (i:45 " THE ST. JOHNS' RAILWAY MAKES 1I 11 Ifl" CONNECTION At West Tocoi, and from St. Augustine. Itates and Fare to all Points as Low as ty any other line, and bairjratre cheeked through. M. K. MOHAN, 0. W. HENTLEY. Gen. I'ass. Ag-ent. Gen. Manager. PUBUC OR PRIVATE BOOKS JEPT BALANCED OK ADJUSTED. IN strict confidence, 13- W3r. O. 3IOATES, Expert accountant. Practical instruetionain Bookkeeping. Best of references. Apply at this office. vjr THE Palatka Daily Mews A HANDSOME, NEWSY SIX-COLUMN NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED AT lWTVTlCV, FI.OIUDA, AT FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM rpiIE IMPOUTANCE OF PALATKA A trade distributing' jioint and railway center, and its magnificent location at the head of ocean navigation on the St. Johns, and in the midst, of a charminsr farming- and fruit produ cing section, renders it .1 natural focal point for the news of the Peninsular, and affords tliti opportunity to make it what it is pro nounced by the press to he, a firet-class news paper, both in its make-up and in the charac ter of its collated news. POLITICALLY The Nkws is Democratic, and while it will lie courteous to all, it will stand steadfast in its adherence to t hose principles of that party, the success of which'alonc insures liberty nnd fi'ood Kovernment. The Year 1884 is a Campaign Year Both the National and State Campaigns are to be wntred. Towards the settlement of the momentous political issues they involve. THE E W S will (rive its untiring efforts to influence pub lic opinion for the best interests ot the people. To do this more effectually, the editors will at once bejrin the publication of The Weekly News A folio 48-coluinn jiajKH-, equipped with the eurrnet news, or a complete digest of the hap cnins of the week. This publication, at the price of we hope to introduce into every household in this section too remote to Ik-reached by our Daily. We urjre our friends, both in and out of Putnam county, to aid us in the distribution of both our publications. A copy will lie mailed free to the jretter-up of clulig of the subse jrs to either the Daily or Weekly editions. Address all correspondence to THE PALATKA DAILY NEWS. PALATKA L. MEYER, "Water Street, - - Palatka, Florida. Wholesale and retail dealer in nil 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 ami havinjr IS years ejerienee in mixing and usinj? paints -1 tit: my own paints, and cannot be imposed upon by the inferior mixed paints w ith which this tar of the cinintry is flooded and sold to unexperienced dealers- 1 offer one hundred dollars tounj lody who can find one jrain of adulteration in any paint or goods that are mixed or sold in lm store. HesiH'ctfullv, L. 3IEYK1I. An Unadulterated Natural Guano, imported direct into Savan nah, Ga., from the Orchilla Islands in the C&rribbean Sea, by Tra vers, Snead & Co., of Richmond, Va. Ye 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 the 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. OKDF.US PHOMPTLV FILI.F.I) AND INFORMATION FI UMS1IF.D ON APPLICATION BY X. II. KOYALL At JO. Importers Agents, Water street, PALATKA, FLORIDA. DISSTON PURCHASE-4,000,000 Acrs FLORIDA LAND ANDlMPROVEMENT COMPANt. HAMITON DISSTON, President. J.J. Dl'NNK, Vice-President. LANDS FOR SALE AT GOVERNMENT PRICE OF $1.25 PER ACRE. IN BLOCKS OF NOT LESS THAN SI NOR MORE THAN f.40 ACRES. WITHIN SIX MILES OF RAILROAD LINE, PRICE S2.50 PER ACRE. THESE LANDS INCLUDE ALL VAB1ETIES OF UPLAND AND LOWLAND AND ARE adajited to ranjres, lemons. Limes, Pine-Apples, Itanannas, Suu-ar-Cane, Early Vegetables, etc., and are chiefly in t he count ies of St. Johns, Volusia, Brev ard, Oranjje, Sumter, Lev y Hernando, Hillsborough. Polk. Manatee and .Monroh. Our Lands are selling rajiidly. Thousands d' sett lers ha e located on t hem durintf t ho jmst six monlhs. Do not delay if you want them at present Low J'rices. Stock of this company will be received at SI5.U0 per share in payment for land nted in compact bodies of (VW acres or more. For further inforiuat ion apply at the ollicc of 1 ie com pany. W. rI". roil ItI0!-i, Land Oinimissioncr, Jacksonville, Fla. A. k 6. C. C and Okeechotee Land Co. S. II. CREV, President, W, II. WUKiHT, Vice-President J. M. K REAM Kit, Knjrineer. LANDS FOR SALE IN LOTS IN THE COUNTIES OF BREVARD, PRICES: For average Pine Lands For average Prairie and Pasture Lands For Lake and River Fronts For Sujrar Lands The Lands of this Company are specially adapted to the Cultur Sntrar I 'it tie. etc.. and n re irenei'H 1 1 v accessible bv steam na iirat ion V. rI. I'O IC I Florida Siitliern llailwaj'. rrii Oi'aiifje I5li Kouie. Office Si'I'eki.ntkmif.nt, t Palatka, March "ii, 1kh4. ( CiOINCJ si u rn. STATIONS. mam. lAcoin'd'tn Lv Palatka V. . . . . I 2:00 e m I H:00 a"m A r Interim-lien I 2:"o " ! !'::i.r " " Wait's Crossing :i::i0 " I ll:i: " " Oruelle :i:;V. " l:.-,4 " " Mieanopy 0:10 " I " Loch hie 4::t7 " 1:11 e M " Uecldieks..' 4:."n " j :.::.; " " Oca la .r: t0 " j U:;V " " North Jjcke Weir t'.:40 " 0:l."i " " South Lake Weir. .. . ;:a0 " j cm; " ArLecsburK T::." " S:.'.".! " 1 U.OINC NORTH. STATIONS. 3 mail AcomM'tn liV Ix'esbur- 0:00 A M I 7:00 A M Av South Lake Weir... fc'.U " H-Ml " " North Ijike Weir ... (:M " S:.V " " Ocala 7::t " 10::;.-. " " Redilicks s.-OT " Y2M r M " Lochbie X:l!l " 1:20 " "Mieanopy 0:10 " " Ciruelle S:52 " ;i:20 " " Wait's Crossiiir i-; " 4:ts " " Interlachen t(;.V.i " f.:04 " ArPalatka 10:55 " 7::i5 " TRAINS ARRIVE AT CAI.NK SV1LLE From Palatka, I Ocala and Ieesburr, From .Mieanopy """3'k-insieavk(;aini-:s' For Palatka," Ocala and i LeesburK. For Mieanopy MICANoPY. Train leaves at Train arrives at !:3l A m and 12::m i- m 4::i0 " 7:45 A m 1LLE. S:00 a m and ll:O0 P M :i:IH V M 5:00 p m c::!o a m 0:10 ! M Fii-st-class car thrcniKli Gainesville on all trains. from Palatka to CONNECTIONS. At Palatka with Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West lty, faj-t river steamers for tt. Au Kustine, Green Cove Springs, Jacksoin ille and all jioints North, East and West, and with up river steamers for South Florida. Also with the Twin Screw Iron Steamer "City of Palatka," for Charleston, New V'ork, Boston, Philadelphia, etc. At Wait's Crossing with Peninsular Railroad for Waldo. At Gainesville with Transit Railroad for Cedar Key, Pcnsacola, New Orleans and Tam pa. At Ocala with Transit Railway and Hacks for Silver Spring. At Leesbuni- with boats on Ijike Harris for jwiints on Jjike and aloiiif St. Johns and Iike Eustis Jiailway. Also with Graham's Hacks for Brooksville, Sumterville and all joints in South Florida. S. CONANT, JAS. D. HOLLISTER, General Manager. Suix-rintendent. O. W. BROMWELL, G. T. F. .V P. A. KEUKA AND ORANGE SPRING TRANSFER COMPANY TEAM WILL LEAVE KEUKA FOR Orange Spring every morninir fill arrival of the freight train fram Palatka, for the jturpose of Transporting Passengers and Freight. For further information address KEUKA AND ORANGE SPRING TRANSFER COMPANY, At Keuka, Putnam Cex, Fla. C. A. LOPEZ & CO.. agts at Orange Springs. For Sale. TWO CONE PULLEYS. me a split puller. X three inch face, tour sters, from ten to fif teen inches diameter. Apply at rrms office T. 11. AS BP BY, Treasurer. U. SA LI N(. Kit. Secretary. II A Ml LT( )N DISST )N, Trc ns. R. SA LINGER, Secretary. OF FROM 10 TO 10,000 ACHES POLK MANATEE AND MONROE. $ l.".r jier acTo 1.25 jier acre . ".(Hi to lo.oo per ncio 10.INI per n ere 1'ropical Fruits, Jiice, d S 10., La ml Commissioner, .Jacksonville, Fla. Savamial), Florida t "Wofitern II' i vciosM !llii'i, All trains of this rend are run by Centra KHItli) Meridi.-im time, which is XI minutes slower t han Jacksonville t hue. ON iiml Passe m ft . 1 1 nvs: sifter Sunday, May it Trains will leave and II, 14, urrive as NKW OKI. KAN'S lOXI'HESS Leae Jacksonville daily at Arrive at Jacksonville daily at A rrive at allahan daily tit Arrive at Waycross daily at . ...... Arrive at. Brunswick dailv at . . 8:30 a ie ,. tl5 i n . 9:11 am ...11:05 a n. . . :S:0U p in . . il:17 l n .. 5:10 Jim . . 5: IS p tu Arrive at, Thomasville daily at Arrive Arrive af Bainbridire daily at at ( 'hat tahoochee dailv at . . A rrive at Pcnsacola daily at at Mobile daily at at New C trleans daily at 11:45 p m 4:45 a m 10:10 a m with J'ensaeo- Arrive Arrive Connect i i ijr at Chat tahoochee. la and Atlantic; Railroad daily- for Pcnsacola, Mobile, New irleans, Texas and all trans-Mis sissippi points. Pullman Bultet. and Sleeping' Cars on this train, Jacksonv ille to Pcnsacola, Mobile and New Orleans. FAST MA I L. IiCiive Jacksonville daily at 2::X) p m Arrive nt. Jacksonville daily at ).) p m Arrive at-Callahan daily at it: HI p m Arrive at Waycross daily as 5:05 p m Arrive at Jessup daily at (i:'M p m Arrive at Savannah daily at 8:17 pm Arrive at Charleston daily at 1:45 am Arrive at Washington, D. C., daily at.. 11:00 p m Arrive at New York daily at Cy.'M a m Connectiiifr at Waycross with Through Pull man Palace Biitfet and Drawing Room Sieep i nir Cars, Waycross to New York without chanye. .1 ACKSON V 1 t.Li: KX PKKSS. Ii.-ave Jacksonville daily at 5:.?0 j m Arrive at Jacksoin ille daily at 11:00 a m Arrive at Callahan daily at n-.SO y m Arrive at Waycross dai)3' at S:00 p ni l.cuvc Gainesville daily at fi'.l J m Ixsavi' Newnansvillc; dailv at 0:57 p m Leave New Bradford daily at S:20 p m leav e Liv e Oak daily u .' ii:45 p m Arrive at Dupontda'ily at 12:10 am Arriv e at Albany daily at 2:25 a m Arrive- at Je-sup daily at 1:05 p m Arrive tit Macon daily at 7:00 a ni Arrive at. Atlanta daily at 12:25 p m Arrive-at C 'liattaneiotra daily at S:50 p m Arrive at Nashville daily at a in Arrive at fouisville daily at 7:50 a ni Arrive at. Cincinnati elaily at 7:00 am Arrive at Chicairo daily n't (1:10 pin Arrive at St. Louis daily at (i:20 p m Arrive- at Savannah daily at S::i0 a m A rrive at Augusta daily" at 12:21) p m Arrive at Charleston elaily nt 12:40 pin Arrive- at WashiiiKtn daily at 10:25 a in Arrives at Ne-w York elaily at, 5::t0 p m Arrive at Thomasville- elaily at 0:45 a in Arrive at Albany daily at H::tO a m Arrive- at Montyemiery elaily at 7:57 p m Arrive- at New Orleans daily nt -. !i:50 a iu Arrive at Nashv ille- elaily at 8:10 a m Arrive at Imisv ilh- daily at ::00 p m Arrive at CiiK-innati laiy at 7.25 pm Arrive at SU Juis elaily at 7:50 a m Arrive- at Inoajro elaily at 7:00 a m Pullman Palace; Bufte t and Drawinir Room Slee ping Cars em this Train to Washington. Pullman Palae-e Sleeping Cars, Jacksonville to Sav annah. Pullman Sleeping Cars on this Train to Louisville- via Thomasville-. Pullman He.tel anel Sleeping Cars e.n this Train to Cincinnati via Sav annah. A Restaurant has Iki-ii e.ene'd at Waycross, and abundant time will Ik- alloweel for meals by all passenger trains. Connecting at Savannah with ste-amer fer New York, Philadelphia, Boston aixl Bsilti mere. Connectiiiir at Charlestem with Hfeamtrsfor New York, Philadelphia and Baltiinere. Trains e.n B. and W. R Ji. l.-ave junction, trcong west, at 12:10 p. m., and for Brunsw ick at 12:10 p. m., daily. Through tickets se.ld t all points ,y Hail ami Steamship e-emiie-etions, and Jiagtrnge Checked throuirh. Also Sleeping Car Ixrtbs and sections secure-il at (oinpany's Office in Astor's Buildijitr, st ISav street, and at Depot Ticket Ottiee. JAS. L. TAYLOR. General Passe nger Agent A. M. IVES, Age nt. IV rz w I HAVE JUST OPENED A first-class Meat Market, and keep constant ly em hand a supniy of fr-sh beef, peirk, jul try, and vegetable's in se ason. (bodj delivered free. Give me a trial is all I ask. C. H. WIGG, cor. Lemon 4 3rd Sts. ) 1 V