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Hand Shaking. From an Exchange. The different modes of shaking hands will delineate human character better than any other single act can do, and many pecularities of different arsons may lie noted in the performance of this social custom. Who would accept a handsome donation, or any donation at all, from a man who will give two fin gers to lie shaken, and keeps the others lxmt up as upon an "itching palm?" The hand coldly held out to te shaken and drawn away again as soon as it decently may lie, indicates a cold, selfish charac ter, while the hand which seeks yours cordially and unwilingly relinquishes its warm grasp, gives token of a warm dis position, and a heart full of sympathy for humanity. How much that is in the heart can 1 made to express itself through the agen cy of the lingers? Who, having once experienced it, has ever forgotten the feeling conveyed by the eloquent pres sure of tli( hand from a dying friend when the tongue has ceased to sjwak? A right hearty grasp of the hand indi dicates warmth and ardor, while a soft, lax touch, without a grasp, indicates the opposite characteristics. In the grasp of persons with large hearted, generous minds, there is a whole-soul expression most refreshing and acceptable to kin dred spirits but when n man presents you with a few cold, clammy, lifeless fingers, feeling very much a dead fish, and exacts you to do all the shaking, it will make you think of the hospital and other cheerful things. Contrary to this style, there is a habit among a rude class of giving your hand a crushing grasp, which is often most painful. In these cases there may be great kindness and a '"strong" affection, but it is as crude as it is hearty. If the grasp is warm, ardent and vigorous, so is the disposition. If it is cool, formal and without emotion, so is tlie character. If it is magnetic and animating, the dis position is the same. As we shake hands, so we feel, so we are, Tim ha test. Wrinkle. Huston Sunday Times. When a visitor to the office of the American Bank Note Company sat down to talk to Mr. Ioe that gentleman put a piece of white paper under a stamp, pounded on it, and laid the paper aside. When the visitor arose to go away Mr. Lee put the paper under the stamp again and pounded itonco more. "You talked eight minutes," lie said: "that wasn't bad." Ho showed the piece of paper to the caller, who saw upon it two printed clock-dials. One showed the hands at 15:50 o'clock, the other showed them at 4:01 o'clock. "We keep that stamp," he sud, "so that you shan't go away and say you came here at 11 o'clock in the morn ing, or that you had to wait an hour and a half, or make any other misstatement which can Ik; guarded against-" "No," he added, a moment later, "tho stamp is the latest wrinkle in office furniture. It is an ordinary stamp with a clock-attachment. The four-hand is simply a raised point upon a movable circle. The minute hand is an arrow upon another revolving circle. The usual inked tae is passed over thesei ndicators and the outer circle of hour-figures. Besides the clock-faco is a cylinder with several faces, each bearing a word. One is 'approved;' an other is 'wired;' another is 'answered;' others are 'delivered' 'Lee,' 'received.' Thus a business man is able whenever lie sends away a letter, telegram or pack age, receives an order, or transacts any business whatever, to record the precise moment at which the thing was done. It costs .$20. I did not invent it. I bought it. wisi: WOHDS. Energy well directed never misses the mark. That virtue which requires to be ever guarded is scarce worth the sentinel. To be indifferent whether we embrace falsehood or truth is the great road to error. Vanity keeps persons in favor with themselves who are out of favor with all others. Undertake not what you cannot per form, but Ik careful to keep your prom ise. When you measure aught, give full measure and weigh with a just ballanee. One hour of equity is letter than seventy years of devotion. It is only necessary to grow old to In come more indulgent. I see no fault committed that I have not committed my self, says Uoethe. What the country wants the most just now i;; less religion and more piety, less Kl!f..s and more patriotism, and less pedigree and more pluck. The desire nf power in excess caused angels to fall; the desire of knowledge in excess caused men to fall; but in charity is no excess, neither can man nor angels come into danger hy it. "American society." says Maurice M, Minton, "to-day has lost some of the steriling qualities of yesterday. Our an cestors clung tirmly to their convictions, but much of their posterity has decided to pass under the rod of fashion, import the old follies of Europe, forget that they are Americans, and sellout the birthright of their nation's individuality." The stove manufacturers of Pittsburg, Pa., will start with non-union men. The htrikers are still firm. The monitor republican, of the city of Mexico, says the nomination of Blaine is lul news for Mexico. THE JsLojosujOLO JPlPLSbJc-n acy i :sjv 1 5 Li s 1 1 1 : i i Hf. Corner Lcnitm antl Front Hts., - - I'ALATKA, I-"TA Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Day and Night. FRESH DRUGS! FRESH RECEIVED -A.o3s:ez?TTi gt:n IiHAHMACY. All orders filled promptly and at bottom prices, pounded at all hours by experienced Druggists. IB-A-IDTIEI OUT WM. .T. WINEGAU A (jienerai Ha n li i iK I Sutsiiioxs Transaeted. I?ny and !-ell ForeiKii lixeliane. Corrcspondcnls: New York Iirst 3Va tlonal lJanlq Kountzc Ilros., Itoston; Jlaverlek National Itnnk. KESSI E E T. If. ASIsURY, Paesident. HAMILTON DISSTON, Vice-President ()(( acres choicest; LOCATIONS 411W1WIM) ( ti-. ingos, lemons, Pineapples, Paiianiias, Cocoanuts, etc., in the counties of Orange, Brevard, Sumter, Polk, Hillsborough, Manatee and Monroe. J-m11 in 0.n;uitit ioK to Knit, 1$ii.vik. Priccs $2.50 to $10.00 ier acre, according to location and quality. KISSIMMEK CITY l?!!sjnVSS.. Li,ts " " W. T. Special Master's Sale of Real Estate. I'nder nnd in pursuance of a decree of the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and for Putnam county, made on the 24th day of May, A. I), issf, in a certain cause pending therein, on the chancery Hide of the court, wherein Augustus Monroe "is com plainant and John H. McLean, and Edward S. 'rill as the assignee of McLean Ac Pro., delcnd- ints, I will as t he special muster, named ami appointed therein, oiler for sale to the highest ladder lor cash, on Monday the 7th day ot J il ly, A. I).. 1HS4, in front of the front door of the Court House in the city of Palatka, Florida, lietween the usual hours of sale, the following descriU'd real estate in Putnam county, Flori da, viz: The s w of the n e of sec. 20 t 10 s e, with t ne exception ol twelve acres el the same bole mging to S. (iraham, conveyed to him by said John H. Mclx-an, and the descrip tion of which is set forth in bill of complaint tiled in said cause. Purchasers to pay for deeds. Jos, E. ISai.dwin. Special Master in Chancery. In Chancery. In the Circuit Court Fifth Judicial Circuit of I'ioridu, Putnam County In Chancery, ames J. Montgomery, Complainant 1 Suit for vs. Mary A. Montgomery, Defendant. 1 Divorce. It ap)oaring to the court that the billof eoni- :lintw:is dulv tiled in t h is e:ise 11 nil it 11il:i vit made ami filcif that Mary A. Montgomery the ueiemianr, resales ncyomi Tlie limits 01 tlie State of Florida, but in one of the United States, 11. is mereiore oruereu mat me said .Mary a. 1 t llOl"HYlil'- lft1lllltlf lltKMIIlllilV llwl l)llk'M'(ll the said bill, on the First Monday in September, A. D. lsS4, otherwise the complainant's bill ...:n . . . t . . . win ic ihkch pro coinesso. W M . r . lOKWAUI), I 'lerlr I 'irei 1 i l I m Win. Thompson, Conplainant's Solicitor. IN CHANCERY. State of Florida, in the Circuit Court for Put nam County, "t h J udieial ( 'ircuit of Florida. Tames W. Robertson, Complt. ) vs. I Norman II. Chamlerlm, In Chancery. Mary Kttio ( hamberlin. lie Its. I It appearing by affidavit, to the satisfaction of the court, that the said defendants reside out of ; he said 5th Judicial Circuit of Florida, and beyond t he limits of said State, but within the United States, the particular State being unknown, now, therefore, on motion of Cal houn, (iillis V Calhoun, complainant s solicit ors, it is ordered that the defendants Norman II. Chumberlin and Mary Ettie Ctiamberlin, do ippoar and answer the bill ot complaint, tiled by the complainant, in the above cause, mi or I ict ore the (th day ot October 1SS4, otherwise said bill shall betaken as confessed. It is fur ther ordered that a copy of this order be pub lished 111 tne raiatKa . kws, a newspaper pub lished within saiil Fifth.I udieial Circuit, w hi' re in said mortgaged premises arc situated, once in every week, for at least four months be fore said (itli day of letober ISSL Dated May aist, 184. By the Court. LsKAi..! Wm. F. Forward, Clerk Circuit Court. Cai.uocn, G11.1.1S& C.u.noi s, ( nipt s Solicitor, Notice of Incorporation, j Y AUTHOIUTV OF AN ACT OF T1IK I Letrislature of the State of Florida, enti- t leil A 11 'ii't tt i li'n'ii tt f it- t 1 1 ki'iin-n 1 ii m 1 of Railroads and Canals," approved February l'.ith, isvt, and the acts amendatory thereto, notice is hereby given that acoiiipany has been formed under the name of the !"-t. Allflli-it llltt tllKl 111 111 tli.il Camil tuid Transportation Com puny, to be invested with all the rights, powers, pri vileges and franchises conferred upon compa nies formed under said act, for the purpose of construct inir, maintaining and operating a canal and vessi'ls of various kinds for the transportation of persons anl proH'ity 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. Aujrustinc, and from the channel of said river to deep wa ter in the Atlantic 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 t he Fast, and those of Deep Creek on the West end of the propos ed canal. Dated June 1st, ISSf. J. K. Uainev, It. 15. (Iarnett, J. S. Cowdon, In Chancery In the Circuit Court Fifth J udieial Circuit of Florida. Putnam County -In Chancery. Amanda-Hrown Complainant ) F.ut for John Prown Defendant. ( Divorce. It appearing tothe court that the bill of com plaint, was duly tiled in this case and affidavit made and filed that John Hrown the defend ant resides beyond the limits of the State of Florida, but in one of the United States, is in the State ofdeoria, it is therefore ordered that the said John ltrown do apicar and an swer the said bill on the First Monday in Sep tember, A. I): lss4,otherwis'the complainant's bill will be taken pro confesso. Wm. Forward, Clerk Circuit Court. Wm Thompson, Complainat Vs Solicitor. In Circuit Court. Putnam County Fifth Judicial Circuit of the State of Klorda. In Chancery. F. Q. ('raw ford ) vs. v. Iiill for Divorce. Tamar J. Crawford It ai'iearinsr by the affidavit of the com plainant tiled in the above- cause that the de fendant l-esidesout of, and berond the limits of the State of Florida, to-wit."in the State of Michigan. Now therefore it is ordered that the defendant Tamar J. Crawford, do apjH'ar and answer the said complainants bill for di vorce tiled aurainst her in our said court on or before the first day of So pt em Iter, A. D. lss-t, otherwise said bill may lie taken pro confesso. w itness mv nana ant tne seaiot our said court thit 2-Uh day of April A. 1. lsst. Wm. F. Forward, t lerk Circuit C ourt. HEATlUiDTSH MARKET W. 15. C1JOSS, (At Smith's old Stand.) Water Street, - - Palatka, Florida. Fresh Meats and Fish always on hand. DRUGS! FRESH DRUGS! DAILY AT & JacizsoxL's PRESCRIPTIONS com ZEA.jQjTIKI.A. Sc CO., IJANICKHS. LAND COIVIPAflJY, L. W. KLAHR, Treasurer. T. W. PALMER, Secretary. FOR RESIDENCE AND CULTIVATION OF .$200 to $500 .&m to 4500 J'")ItIti:) - 4, Manager, Jacksonville, Flu. CUNNEELY, IMl'OKTEU OF FineWines,Liquors Etc., Ktc. Acker, Merrall & Co.'s OIioio ISi-miilsi of Imported Segars Billiard and Bowling Parlors Attached Water Street, I'ALATKA, FLA. BRADLEY'S FERTILIZERS GEORGE E. WILSON, No. 15 West Pay street, JACKSON VILLE FLOHIDA. vimii: TAMPA & KEY WEST RAILWAY THE "GEM CITY" ROUTE. THE ONLY ALL KAIL LINE TO ORANGE PARK, MAGNOLIA, GREEN COVE SPRING & JACKSONVILLE. - Three Hours Quicker to Jacksonville Than by any othei'line. PIIOAD CAFGE, STEEL KAILS, AIK P.UAKES, FIRST-CLASS EQUIPMENT. o 'DRAINS; KPN AS FOLLOWS: 1 om.Mi south. Ijcave Jacksonville .iia. m. n.riO p. m. oraiure Park in.it " " Majrnolia 10.54 " 4.:7 (iii-en Cove Spring 11.04 " 4.42 West Tocoi 11:4(1 " ,r:15 " Arrive Palatka p. m. 5..V " lioi.vi; NORTH. Ijcavc Palatka In::j5a. m. 4.1" p. m. Florida Sou. June. .1H:4." " 4:ii West Tocoi ll::l " 5:US " (ireenCove Sprinur " 6:.i"i " Magnolia 1:00 " 5:40 " Oi-.imre Park li.-: p. m. nmH " Arrive Jacksonville... . 1:UU " 6:45 " THE ST. JOHNS' RAILWAY MAKES 1I KECT CO?ilZC"ri?i At West Tocoi, and from St. Augustine. 1 1 ; Pates and Jare to all Points as Low as by i any other line, and bayg-asre chocked through. ! M.K. MOKAN, G. W. PENTLEV, Gen. l'ass. Arent. Gen. Manager. PUBLIC OR PRIVATE BOOKS JyEPT BALANCED OH ADJUSTED, IN strict confidence, by AV3I. G. 3IOATES E.vpi'rt accountant. Practical instructionain IK)kkeei.inar. Uest of references. Apply at this office, vi y 1..' "Vff.T., -v tCK JtA JL . . .a- THE PalatkaMyNews A HANDSOME, NEWSY SIX-COLUMN NEWSPAPER ei;m.isriEU at PALATKA, FT.1OHI OA, AT- FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM T-HK IMPORTANCE OF PALATKA AS A trade distributing point and railway center, and its magnificent location at the head of ocean navigation on the St. Johns, and in the midst of a charming: farming and fruit produ cing section, renders it a natural focal point for tin news of the Peninsular, and affords the opportunity to make it what It Is pro nounced by the press to be, a flrat-clasd news paier, both In its make-up and in the chara ter of its collated news. 1 O I T I O .A. 1 Ii Y The News in Democratic, and while it will be courteous to all, it will stand steadfast in its adherence to those principles of that party, the success of which'alone insures libttrty and jfoml government. The Year 1884 is a Campaign Year Hoth the National and State Campaigns are to be wajfed. Towards the settlement of the momentous political issues they involve. THE E W S will jrive its untiring- efforts to influence, pub lic opinion for the best interests of the people. To do this more effectually, the nd iters will ut once begin the publication of The Weekly News A folio 48-column pajer, equipped with the currnet news, or a complete digest of the hj peninjrs of the week. This publication, at the price of ONE DOLLAR we hope to introduce iuto every household in this section too remote to lie reached by our Daily. We urire our friends, both in and out of Put nay rounty, to aid us in the distribution of Ixith our publications. A copy will lte mailed free tothe g-etter-up of clul of the gubse rs o either the Daily or Weekly editions. Address all corre sjiondence to THE PALATKA DAILY NEWS. 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 and havinjr IS yea is exin-rienee in mixintr anil usiior paint I mix my own paints, and cannot 1' imposed upon by the inferior mi.xed paints with which thU part of the country is flooded and sold to unexperienced dealers 1 offer one hundred dollars to any body who can find one grain id' adulterat ion in any paint or Roods that are misted or told iu my store. Kespect fully, t. aiicrviaii. 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 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. OKDEKS PUOMPTEV FILLED AND INTORMATION FFliNISHED ON APPLICATION 11Y II. K'OVALL I'O.. Importers Agents, 'Water street, PALATKA, FLORIDA. DISSTON PIIRCHASE-4,000.000 Acrs FLORIDA LAND AHdTSTpROVEMERT COMPANY. IIAMITON DISSTON, President. J. J. DUNNE, Vice-President. LANDS FOR SALE AT GOVERNMENT PRICE OF SI. 25 PER ACRE. IN PLOCKS OF NOT LESS THAN Ml NOR MORE THAN t'.lil ACRES. WITHIN SIX MILES OF RAILROAD LINE, PRICE $2.50 PER ACRE. THESE LANDS INCLUDE ALL VARIETIES OF UPLAND AND LOWLAND AND ARR adapted to Oraiws IiOinons, Limes, Pine-Apples. Panannas, Suvrar-t 'ano. Early Vegetables, etc., and are chiefly in the counties of St. Johns, Volusia, Rrevard, Orange, Sumter, Levy Hernando, Hillsborough, Polk. Manatee and Monroli. Our Iands are selling rapidly. Thousands d' settlers have located on them during th past six monlhs. Do not delay if you want them at present Low Prices. Stock of this company will be received at ?1".iki per share in payment for land located in compact bodies of t(40 acres or more. For further informal inn apply at the otliee of the com pany. W. rJT. lOltml-s Land Commissioner, Jacksonville, Fin. J - .... - .... ,, -IJu, A. & G. C. C, and Okeechobee Land Co. S. II. ("5 HEY, President. J. M. KREAMER, W, H. WRIGHT, Vice-President. Engineer. LANDS FOR SALE IN LOTS OF FROM 10 TO 10,000 ACRES IN THE COUNTIES OF RREVARD, POLK, MANATEE AND MONROE. PRICES: For average Pine Lands $ l.-' per an-o For averaK" Prairie and Pasture Lands !."" per acre For Lake ami River Fronts $.r.(Kl to lu.lKI jkt sere For Sn-rar Lands : . . . hum per acre The Lands ot tins Company are specially ailapteo to the i 'tut ure ot tropical rruits, nice, Sugar Cane, etc., and arc jfeiiernllv accessible bv steam navigation. W. rl . FOKllIN, Land Commissioner, Jacksonville, Fli. Florida Southern Railway. Tin? Orange 15ol lSonlo. Office Si'i-kkintknuknt, ( Palatka, March !, Iss4. f C.OINO SOUTH. STAT I (INS. j mail Acom'd'tn Lv Palatkir. . . . .. . . . Tl e m I s:on a m Ar Interlachen 2:' " li::5 " " Wait's Crossing :!:;) " I U.VZ " " firuelle :i:-rM " M " " Micanopy ti:IO " I " Loehbie 4::!7 " 1:41 e M " Heddicks i:M " 2:X.'V " " Oca la .1:40 " I Ii:;'..", " " North Ijike Weir. ... C.:4n " 0:1.1 " " South Iake Weir. ... C,:) " ti;:i.- " ArLeosbur? 1M. " ::?." COlNti NORTH. STATIONS. " j man, j AcoiiTd'tT I A" Leesburjr fiMNI A m 7:(l A M Ar South Lake Weir. .. li::CI " " " North JAke Weir.... (i:.rrfl ' H:.V " " Oca la 7:; " 10::i.ri " " Roddicks S:II7 " 1:.':4J v M " Loehbie H:VJ " 1:1 " "Micanopy ii:lil " " Oruelle H-.-.2 " ;i:l!ll " " Wait's Crossing H:iJ " 4:4s " " Tnterlnchen !t:5!i " fi:(i4 " Ar Palatka 10:.V " :.ir " TH A I NS A R R I V E AT (i A I N ES V I L L E From Palatka, i '.K'.M) a m and Ocalaand )" l'::i() r m I'csbunr. 4::l" From Micanopy 7:45 am TRA I N S L E A V 1 : i A I N ICS V I LLE. For Palatka, I :(hi a m and Ocala and ll.-no e m I'esburg, ::Ul e M For Micanopy 5:(i i m MICANOPY.""" Train leaves at Train arrives at r,::m a m !:lo e M from Palatka tc First-class car through Gainesville on nil trains. CONNECTIONS. At Palatka with Jacksonville, Tampa - Key West Hy, fast river steamers fur St. Au gustine, Green Cove Springs, Jacksonville, nnd all points 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 York, Pos'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 Springs. At lx-esburg with boats on Lake Harris for points on Lake and along St. Johns and Iike Eustis Railway. Also with Graham's Hacks for Hrooksville, Sumterville and all points in South Florida. S. CONANT, JAS. D. HO LUSTER, General Manager. SuK'iiiiTendent. O. W. PROM WELL, G. T. F. & P. A. KEUKA AND ORANGE SPRING TRANSFER COMPANY TEAM WILL LEAVE KEUKA FOR Orange Spring every morning on arrival of the freight train fram Palatka, for the purjxise of Transporting Passengers and Freight. For further information address KEUKA AND OKANGE SPKpNG TRANSFER COMPANY, At Keuka, Putnam Co., Fla. C. A. LOPEZ A CO., at at Orange Spring's. IEPoic Sale. TWO CONE PULLEYS, (one a split pullev. three inch face, four steps, from ten to fif ten inches diameter. Apply at rrilli OFFICE T. II. ASIU'RY, Treasurer. R. SA LI N( i ER. Secretary. H AMILTON DISSTON, Tips. R. SA I J NO ER, Secretary. Savannah, Florida & AVcstem It'y All trains of this road are run by CelitiH (!HMhi Moridiam time, wliich is ;3 minuteg slower than Jacksnnville time. ON and after Sunday, May Passenger Trains will leave and follows: NKW Oltl.RANS KXI'UKSS. Leave Jacksonville daily at Arrive at Jacksonville daily a! A rri e at, Callahan daily at Arrive at Waycross daily at Arrive at Mrunswick daily at Arrive at Thomasville daily at Arrive at, Itciuhridge daily at Arrive at, ( 'hattahoochec ilaily at Arrive at Pensacola daily at Arrive at Mobile daily at Arrive at New Orleans daily at 11, ls.4, arrive as . h:m a in . p iu 9:11 a m ..ILlt") a ni .. :!:! p 111 . ;t:l7 j m . 5:10 p ni . . r.:iH p m ,.1I:4S p m . . 4:45 a iu .10:10 a in Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensaco la and At lantic Railroad daily for Pensacola, Mobile, New Orleans, Texas nnd all trans-Mississippi points. Pullman Pullet and Sleeping Cars on this l rain, Jacksonville to Pensacola, Mobile and New Orleans. FAST MAIL. Leave Jacksonville daily at.. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at. Arrive at ( allalian daily at Arrive at Waycross ilaily as Arrive at Jessup daily at Arrive at Savannah daily at Arrive at 'harleston daily at. . . . . . 2:1!0 p m .. 2:111pm ... IV.IO pin . . . 5:05 p rn . . ti:H4 p ra . .. X:17 p m 1 :45 a m Arrive at Washington, D. C, ilaily at. .11:110 p m Arrive at. New l oi k daily at ii:.lo a in Connecting at Waycross with Through PiUl man Palace Mullet and Drawing Room Sleep ing Cars, Waycross to New York without change. .1 A C K SO N V 1 1. 1 . K K X I It KSH. Ijeave Jacksonville daily at Arrive at Jacksonville daily at Arrive at Callahan daily at Arrive at Waycross daily at ICave Gainesville daily at I.ea o Newnansville daily at Leave New ltradford daily at Ix-ave Live Oak daily at Arrive at Dupont daily at Arrive at. Albany daily at Arrive at Jesup daily at Arrive at, Macon daily at Arrive at Atlanta daily at Arrive at Chattanooga daily at Arrive at Nashville daily at Arrive at Ijouisville daily at Arrive at Cincinnati daily at Arrive at "fcii-ago daily at Arrive at St. Louis daily at Arrive at Savannah ilaily at Arrive at Augusta daily at Arrive at Charleston dailyat Arrive at Washington daily at.. . . Arrive at New Y ork daily at Arrive at Thomasville daily at Arrive at Albany daily at Arrive at Montgomery daily at A 1ve at New irlean's daily at A ive at Nashville I'aily at. A -ive at liOiiisville ilaily at A ive at Cincinnati daijy at A. .Ive at St. Louis daily at Arrive at Chicago daily at . 5:.'J0 p in . 51:110 a in . 0:S0 p in ,. !i:00 it m C,:? p m . 0:57 p m x-.Xl p m . '.: ! p ni .1:10 a m . . :.T a m . Il:ir p m . 7:oo a in . ll:' p m . S:5(l p in . 1 ::r. a m . . 7:50 a m . . 7:00 a m .. i:IU p in . . 0::.tl p in . . K::l a in . . I-':20 p m . . U:40 ji m . . 10:25 a in ,. 5::i0 pm . . 11:45 a in . lL'IO a in . . 7:57 p Hi . . !:50 a in . :10 a m . . .i:i p m 7:'.'5 p in . . 7:50 a i . . 7;ii a in Pullman Palace linnet and Drawing liooui Sleeping ( 'ars on thi Train to Washington. Pullman Palace Sleeping (.'ars, Jacksonville to Savannah. Pullman Sleeping Cars on thisTrain to Louis ville via Thomasville. Pullman Hotel and Sleeping Cars on this Train to Cincinnati via Sa aniiah. A Restaurant has lx-en oM iied at W'aycrosi, and abundant time will be allowed for meal by all passenger trains. Connecting at Savannah with steamers for New York, Philadelphia, Iloston and Paiti uiore. Connecting at Charleston with steamers for New l ork, Philadelphia and Haltimore. j rains on is. and w. ft it. leave junction, and for Jtrumtwick going west, at 12:10 p. in. at i':iu j. m., daily. Through tickets sold t all points by Kail and Steamship connections, and ISaggaga Cheeked through. Also Sleeping Car I rtn a ami sections secured at Company's Office in a si or s ism lding, m isav street, and at Depot Ticket Office. JAS. L. TAYLOR. General Passenger Agent A. M. IVES, Agent. I HAVE JUST OPENED A first-class Meat Market, and keepconstant ly on hand a supply of fresh le-;f. pork, poul t ry, and vegetables in season. imxl delivered free. Give me a trial is all I ask. C. II. WIGG. sor. ImonA8rd8ts.