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A HOODOO PUT OX HIM.
THE ZMZonragxi-O Pliarxnacy THE The Experience of a Colored Dele gate AVhen at the Cincinnati Con vention. Chicago Times. "I's bin to every one of dese yer con venshuns, gemmen, and I neber had no trouble 'cept once in Cincinnati, Ohio. Did any ob you "uns ever have a hoodoo put on you?" said a dusky delegate from Mississippi. One of the delegates scratched his shin on a fire plug, another leaned nerviously against a telegraph pole and all swallow ed hard and rolled their eyes. "Yes, sah; did any of you gemmen ev er get a hoodoo put on yon ? Prob'ly you did, but not like I did in Cincinnati. I was walking 'long de street, thinking, when 'long comes a man with a coffee sack, and jest as I tole yer now, when he comes 'longside of me I beam a rustle kinder like silk and a cold chill crawled up my back. 'G'way from mo !" I tried to yell, but I couldn't oiien my mouf. My eyes was all covered up and my bref camo hard. I tried to raise my arms an d hit de feller, but they hung down like iron. Den he sez to me: 'I've been look ing for you dese free weeks. We wants you up to de medical colledge and we'll kyarve de liver outen you.' Fo' de good Lawd, but de sweat began to roll fum mo aid de liar to straighten out so dat de kinks was a snappen,' when after a little I got my bref and hollooed. Yer oughter hern me yell. When he seed me hooting dat way he brought out a rabbit's foot and sez he, 'Are you gwine to vote for Blaine lirst, last and all de time?" and I sez, 'Golly, marso, if you'll teke de hoodoo oil I'll vote for Marse Blaine all de time, suah.' Den ho took my name and de place where I was boarding and said he would let me go dat time, but dat I'd letter be mighty keerful, as de medifal colleges was a yawning and dey'd slico me up in no time if dey cotched me. Den you otter see me leg it for my boarding-house." "An' you voted for Blaine?" gasped one of the breathless listeners. "Voted for Blaine! Voted for Blaine! Hear dat niggah, now, will you, gem men? Voted for Blaine! When the first ballot was token dis 'ere" chile was a lmnipin' it on do turnpike more'n a hun dred miles souf of Cincinnati, boun' for home." A WIG-MAKKU'S KOMANCH. A Young AVii.8hinjjt.ou Hello Unwit-. tinjjly Marries and Old Man and is Still Ignorant of It. Washington, D. C, June 7. An at tache of a wig-maker's establishment here tells the following story: "There was a fatihionable wedding in this city not long ago where a beautiful young girl ; married an old man and did not know it. And what is more, she lives with' him now and has not found him out. The groom was a handsome man, and was looked ujk)ii as a young man in society, in which he figured quite prominently. He had a youthful face, was quick and erect, and by coloring his hair, which was snow-white, he easily passed with the youngest. With his atTable manner and gallantry, he won the heart of tho young girl he married from a number of other suitors, many of them young and handsome. The bride was very young and a groat belle. "Just before the wedding took place the man came hero and had his own hair cut olT and a wig made. Dyeing his hair had worked very well while he was courting, but when it came to getting married he knew he could not use dye without his wife finding it out, so he adopted a wig to get out of the difficulty. The idea of his young wife finding out that ho was an old man nearly set him wild, and when ho had gotten well set tled under his wig he was tho happiest man I ever saw. On his wedding day he was as frisky as a boy, and no one suspected his secret. This happened Homo months ago, and tho bride has not yet found out that he is an old man and wears a wig. and she will probably never find it out until old age asserts itself so strongly that it can le no longer conceal ed. They live here in the city now, and the secret is known probably to none save the groom and his hairdresser." Ills rttifciiicss. The other day on an Arkansas rail wry train, an imp ortant-looking gentleman took his seat beside a quiet man and lo gan a conversation: "I am going up to Little Rock," he wiid, "to get a pardon for a convicted thief. I'm not jiersonally acquainted with the governor, but he can't afford to refuse mo." "is the fellow guilty?" asked the man. "Of course ho is, but that makrs no diil'iH iice. His friends have agreed to give me five hundred dollars if I get him out, and the thermometer is voay low when I can't put up a good talk. Where are you traveling?" "Going to Little Rook." "Do you live there?" "Yes" "Ferh&ps you might l of some service to me. What business are you in'" "I'm the governor." Arkansas Trav eler. Tho most effaeatious and inexpensive method in which to rid a house of rat is to rent it for a few months to a Chinese boarding-house keeper. Always tee that the drinking-water which is set before your husband isabso- j lutely pure. It should never contain a straw or chip. Mauv men, however are fond of their lemonade with a tiek in it. ESTABLISHED 1 m Corner Lemon tiinl Front His., - - 1'ALATKA , Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Day and Night. FRESH DRUGS! FRESH -RECEIVED 1HARMACY. All orders filled promptly and at pounded at all hours by experienced Druggists. IB-A-ItTIK: OUT1 WM. .X. WINEGAIl -o- V Gcnural ISaiilslnp: Uiiwiiiesss Transacted. 15tiy and Well Forel(jn Ixohangc. Correspoiidcnls: JN" "v York First IV ji -tlonal Ifank; Kountzc Itros., ISoston; Jlaveriek National Ilanlc. K 1 SS I E E T. II. ASRURY, Paosident. HAMILTON DISSTON, Vice-President. ACHES CHOICEST" LOCATIONS '!"" oranges, demons, Pineapples, Itanannas, Cocounuts, etc., in the counties ot Orange, Brevard, Sumter, Polk, Hillsborough, Manatee and Monroe. Soll in CiiiJiiititioss to Hiiit, Buyers. Prices $2.50 to $10.00 icr acre, according to location and quality. KISSIMMEE CITY I Husiness Lots ( Five-Acre Lots. AV. T. Special Master's Sale of Real Estate. Under 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 24th day of May, A. I). 1SS, in a certain cause pending therein, on the chancery side of the court, wherein Augustus Monroe is com plainant ainl John II. McLean, and Edward S. Crill as the assignee of McLean & Rro.. defend ants, I will as the sjecial master, named and appointed therein, offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash, on Monday the 7th day of Ju ly, A. I.. 1SS4, in front of the front door of the Court House in tho city of Palatka, Florida, between the usual hours of sale, the following described real estate in Putnam county, Flori da, viz: The s w 4-4 of the n e of sec. 20 1 10 s r 2J1 e, with the exception of t welve acres id' the same belonging to S. Graham, conveyed to him by said John H. McLean, and tho descrip tion of which is set forth in bill of complaint tiled in said cause. Purchasers to pay for deeds. Jos, E. IIai.iiwlv, Special Master in Chancery. In Chancery. In the Circuit Court Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida, Putnam County In Chancery. James J. Montgomery, Complainant 1 Suit for vs. -Mary A. Montgomery, Defendant.) Divorce. It apiearing to the court that the bill of com plaint was duly tiled in this case and allidnvit made and filed that Mary A. Montgomery the defendant, resides beyond 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 ans wer the said bill, on the First Monday in September, A. D. 18K4, otherwise the complainant's bill will be taken pro confesso. Wm. F. Fokwakd, Clerk Circuit Court. Wm. Thompson, Conpluinant's Solicitor. IN CHANCERY. State of Florida, in the Circuit Court for Put nam County. 5t h JudieiaKiireuit of Florida,. James W. Robertson, Complt. vs. Norman H. Chamberlin, ) In Chancery. Mary Ettie Chamberlin, Defts. It appearing by affidavit, to the satisfaction of the court, that the said defendants reside out of the said 5th Judicial Circuit of Florida, and iK-yonil the limits of said State, but within the United States, the particular State being unknown, now, therefore, on motion of Cal houn, Gillis & Calhoun, complainant's solicit ors, it is ordered that, the defendants Norman H. Chamberlin and Mary Ettio CliamlM-rliH, do appear and answer t he bill of complaint, tiled by the complainant, in the above cause, on or before the tith day of October 1S84, otherwise said bill shall be taken as confessed. It is fur ther ordered that a copy of this order be pub lished in the Palatka Nkvvs, u newspajHT pub lished within said FifthJudicial Circuit, where in said mortgaged premises arc situated, once in every week, for at least four months before said r.th day of October 1SS4. Dated May 31st, 18S4. Ry the Court. skai.. Wm. F. FomvAKD, Clerk Circuit Court. Camioun, Gii.ms & Cai.hoi'n, Cmpt's Solicitor, Notice of Incorporation. AUTHORITY OF AN ACT OF THE 1Y 1 L Legislature of the State of Florida, enti tled "An act to provide for the Incorporation of Railroads and Canals," approved February l'.tth, 1S74, and the acts amendatory thereto, not ice is hereby given that a company has leen formed under the name of the -it. AiiKiift iiio ivntl I'iiltitlvJi Canal mid Traiisiortatioi Company, to le invested with all the rights, powers, pri vileges and franchises conferred upon compa nies formed under said act, for the purpose of constructing, maintaining and o)erating a canal and vessels of various kinds for the transportation of iersons anil property within t he 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 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 the East, and those of Deep Creek on the West end of the propos ed canal. Dated June 1st, 1SS1. J. K. Raixey, R. It. (Jahnktt, J. S. Cowdox, In Chancery In the Circuit Court Fifth Judicial Circuit of t lornia, I'utnum County in Chancery. Amanda Brown Complainant j Suit for John Urowii Defendant. Divorce. It Appearing to the court t hat the bill of com plaint was duly tiled in this case and allidavit made and tiled that John Hruwn the 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 lirown do apiear and an swer the said bill on the First Monday in Sep tember, A. 1): 1SS4, otherwise the complainant's bill will be taken pro confesso. Wm. Forward, Clerk Circuit Court. Wm. Thompson, Complainant's Solicitor. In Circuit Court. Putnam County Fifth Judicial Circuit of the State of Florda. In Chancery. F. Q. Crawford 1 vs. v Bill for Divorce. f Tamar j. Crawford j It apiearing by the affidavit of the com plainant tiled in the aUive cause that the de fendant resides out of, and K-yond 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 ariear and answer the said complainants bill for di vorce tiled against her in our said court on or before the tirst day of Soptemlier, A. D. Iv4. otherwise said bill may be taken pro confesso. Witness mv hand and tho seal of our said court tint 34th day of April A. D. 1Ss4. Wm. F. Forwaki). Clerk Circuit Court. MEAT AND FISH MARKET I ! T uiuiit uiiv m. iuii mi iiiiiu 1 I W. 15. CIO, (At Smith's old Stand.) i f Water Street, - - Palatka, fresh Meats and fish always on hand. FLA DRUGS! FRESH DRUGS! DAILY AT- bottom prices. PRESCRIPTIONS com PALATKA Ss CO., WANKEltS. LAND COMPANY, L. W. KLATIR, Treasurer. T.'W. PALMER, Secretary. FOR RESIDENCE AND CULTIVATION OF $200 to $500 :ioo to 500 FORRES, Manager, Jacksonville, Flu. P. CUNNEELY, IMPORTER OF FineWines,Liquors Etc., Etc?. Acker, Merrall & Co.'s Olioifo IJiniil(-i ot Imported Segars Billiard and Bowling Parlors Attached Water Street, PALATKA, FLA. BRADLEY'S FERTILIZERS GEORGE E. WILSON, Htiito Vx"iit,' No. 15 West Ray street. JACKSON V I LLE FLOH I OA. IIAK 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 otherjline. BROAD GAUGE, STEEL RAILS, AIR BRAKES, FlIiST-CLA!S EQUIPMENT. rpiiAINS; HUN AS FOLLOWS: 1 COINO SOL"TH. Leave Jacksonville 5.50a. m. Oranire Park H.i " Magnolia ln.M " Green Cove Spring 11.04 " West Tocoi ll:0 Arrive Palatka Ui:30 p. ni ooixu NOltTH. Leave Palatka 10::i5a. rn. Florida Sou. June. . 10:4", " West Tocoi 11:31) " Green Cove Spring 1 1 :."h I " Magnolia " 3.,'50 4.1 l 4.3; 4.4-' 5..V 4:1" p. m. p. m. 5:0S 5:;i.' Orange Park lz:-i p. m. S:(d G:45 Arrive Jacksonville. 1:UU THE ST. JOHNS' RAILWAY MAKES DIRECT CONNECTION At West Toeoi, and from St. Aug-ustine. o Rates and Fare to all Points as Iow as by any other line, and bajrgairc checked through. M. R. MORA.V, U. YV. HEXTLEV, Gen. Pass. Aicent. Gen. Manager. PUBLIC OR PRIVATE BOOKS IEPT RAL-VXCED OR ADJUSTED, IX ...... . M "i . j strict confidence, by j W3I. G. 3IOATES!, FIOfidai'ExpeK acconntant. Practical instructionain JjmiKKwpinsr. Rest of references. Apply at mis oince. Palatka Daily News A HANDSOME, NEWSY SIX-COLUMN NEWSPAPER rrrti.isnED at PALATKA, FT.OUIDA, AT FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM T he 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 nnd fruit produ cing section, renders it a natural fooal point for the liows of the Peninsular, and affods flie opportunity to make it what it is ft-o- n oil need by the press to be, a llrit-clais news paper, both in its nmke-np and in the charac ter of its collated news. POLITICALL Y The News Is Democratic, nnd 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 liberty and good governmoot. The Year 1884 is a Campaign Year Both the National and State Campaigns are to be waged. Towards the settlement of the momentous political issues they involve, E E W S will Rive its untiring efforts to influence pub lic opinion for the best interests of the people. To do this more effectually, the editors will at once betri the publication of The Weekly News A folio 4S-column pnier, equipped with the currnct news, or a complete digest of the lap peninjrs of the week. This publk-ation, at the price of E DOLLAR wc hoje to introduce into every household in this section too remote to be reached by our Daily. We urjre qut friends, boih in and out of Putna county, to aid us in the distribution of lxith our publieations. A copj' will K' inaile of clubs of fcliosubse. or Weily editions. 1 free to the getter-up ?r to eitln-r the Dbily Add.-.- all correspondence to TWE 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. Reiiijjr a practical painter and having; IS years experience In mixing and using paint I mix my own paints, and cannot le imposed upon by the inferior mixed paints with Trhlch thii tut of the country is flooded and sold to unexperienced dealers I offer one hundred dollars toaur body who can find one Brain of adulteration in any paint or goods that are mixed er sold 1 lor store. Respectfully, L. 3IEYKK. An Unadulterated Natural Guano, imported direct into Savan nah, 6a., 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. ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED AXD INFORMATION FURNISHED ON APPLICATION RY -i. II. HOYALL .V CO., Importers Ajrcnts, Water street, PALATKA, FLORIDA. DISSTON PURCHASE-4,000,000 Acre FLORIDA LAND AND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. HAMITOX DISSTON, President. J. J. DUNNE, Vice-President. LANDS FOR SALE AT GOVERNMENT PRICE OF $1.25 PER ACRE. IN BLOCKS OF NOT LESS THAN 80 NOR MORH THAN MO ACRES. WITHIN SIX MILES OF RAILROAD LINE, PRICE $2.50 PER ACRE. rpjIESE LANDS INCLUDE ALL VARIETIES OF UPLAND AND IA1WLAND AND ARE 1. adapted to Iranjros, Lemons, lames, Pine-Apples, Itanaunas, Suirar-Cane, Early VeKtatUes. etc., and arechietly in the counties of s?t. Johns, Volusia, Rrevard, Orange, Sumtor, Lovy Hernando, 1 1 illsboroutrh. Polk. Manatee nnd Monroli. Our Lauds are selling rapidly. Tliousaiuis of settlers have located on them during th jnt si.Y months. Do not delay if you want them at present Low Friees. Stock of this company will be received at l,r.(i per share in payment for land located In compact bodies of 010 acres or more. For further information apply at tho olllco of tho com pany. AV. rr. FOlMt ES, Land Commissioner, Jacksonville, Fla. A. & G. C. ft, and S. H. GREY, President. J. M. KREAMER, W, H. WRIGHT, Vice-Preside nt, Engineer. LANDS FOR SALE IN LOTS OP FROM 10 TO 10,000 ACRES IN THE COUNTIES OF HREVARD, POLK, MANATEE AND MONROE, PRICES : For average Pine Lands 9 .3 T"Teri For averajfe Prairie and Pasture Lands 1.25 per aero For Lake and River Fronts f5.(A) to 10.00 per acr For Sufrar Lands 10.0(1 per cre The Lands of this Company are specially adapted to the Culture of Tropical Fruits, Kiev, Sugar Cane, etc., and are jrencrally accessible bv steam navigation. AV. 'V. l-HMtlSlSJ-S. Land Commissioner, Jacksonville, Fla. Florida Soutlieru llnilway. rJTli Orniigo 15olt lont. ( ) F F I C K S I ' V K i I N T K N 1 K.N T, Palatka, March L'h, 1ss4. f GOING SOUTH. STATIONS. J MAIL Acom'd'tii LvParutktt".". 2:(Ti' M S:(") a M Ar Interlachen " '.i.a" " " Wait's Crossing :i::50 " 11:12 " " Gruelle ;i:;V " 11:54 " " Micanopy :10 " - " Lochbie 4::C " 1:41 v M " Reddicks 4:50 " " " Icala 5:40 " U;55 " " North Ijike Weir. ... fi:40 " 0:15 " " South Lake Weir ... i:M " 0::'.5 " ArJesburg 7::i5 " S:20 " GoiNr noITthT " " STATIONS. I m Ail, AcomMHn Lv Ix'eslnirjr a m 7:hi a m Ar South Lake Weir... (VMl " 8:l!2 " " North Lake Weir i;:.5) " M:55 " " icala 7::!:i " 10:.TT " " Reddicks S:0T " 12:1:1 p M " I-ochbie 8:10 " 1:20 " "Micanopy fi:10 " " Gruelle 8:52 " 3:20 " " Wait's Crossing !C22 " 4:s " " Interlachen 'J:5H " 0:o4 " ArPalatka 10:55" T::5 " TRAINS ARRIVE AT OA I N ESVI LL E From Palatku, t V-'.V) a m and Ocala and t 12:.' l- M Leesbiu'g. 4::W " From Micanopy 7:45 am THAI NS LEA V E G A 1 N ES V i LLE. For Palatka, Ocala and Leesburg, For Micanopy micanopy; ( s:(ni a m and t 11:00 PM :i:li l' M 5:00 P M Traill leaves at r,::!0 a m Train arrives at 0:10 pm First-class enr through from Pulatk.i tc Gainesville on all trains. CONNECTIONS. At Palatka with Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Ry, fast river steamers for St. Au gustine, Green Cove Springs, Jacksonville and all points North, East ami West, and with up river steamers for South Florida. Also with the Twin Screw Iron Steamer "City of Palatka," for Charleston, .New Vork, Boston, I'luianeipnia, 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 nnd Hacks for Silver Springs. At Leesburg with boats on Lake Harris for points on Lake and along St. Johns and Lake Eustis Railway. Also with Graham's Hack." for Rrooksville, Sumterville and all points in South Florida. S. C( (NANT, JAS. I). UOLLISTKR, General Manager. SujK-rint tident. O. W. UROMWELL, 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 purjtosc of Transporting Passengers and Freight. For further information address KEUKA AND ORANGE SPKlNG TRANSFER COMPANY, At Keuka, Putnam Co., Fla. C. A. LOPEZ & CO., agts at Orange SpringB. For "Sale. TUVO CONE Pf'T.T.EVS (nn a cr.1- ,,,i!W f X three inch face, four Kteiw. tnim eti mi mi teen meiies diameter. Apply at Trills OFFICE -O- T. II. ASRTTRY, Treasurer R. SALINGER. Secretary. Okeechobee Land Go. HAMILTON DISSTON, Tr. R. SALINGER, Secretary. Sa van nnh, Florida & AVestern ll'jr All trains of this road are run by Centra (Wtli) Meridiam time, which la S3 minutes slower than Jacksonville time. ON and after Sunday, May Passenger Trains will leavo ami 11, 184, arriro km follows: NEW ORLEANS EX PRESS. Leave Jacksonville daily at Arrive at Jacksonville fai!y ut. . . Arrive at Callahan daily at A rri vi' at Wuyeross daily at Arrive at Ilrunswick daily at Arrive at Thomasville daily at. . . Arrive at Itainhridgo dailv at Arrive at ( 'hat tahoochee daily at. Arrive at Pensacola daily at . Arrive at Mobile daily at Arrive at, New Orleans daily at. .. . ft:) a m . 8:15 p m . :11 am .11:05 a m . 3:00 p m . ;i:17 pm . 5:10 p in . MH p iu .11:45 pm . 4:45 a m .10:10 a m Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensnco- la and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pensacola, Mobile, New Orleans, Texas nnd all trans-Mia-sissippi points. Pullman Rutl'et and Sleeping Cars on this train, Jacksonville to Pensacola, Mobile and Is'ew Orleans. FAST MAIL. Ijcave Jacksonville daily at 2:30 pm Arrive at Jacksonville daily at 2:10 pm Arrive at Callahan daily at 3:10 p in Arrive at Wuyeross daily as 5:0ft p m Arrive at Jessup daily at (5:4 pm Arrive at Savannah daily at 8:17 pm Arrive at Charleston dally at 1:45 am Arrive at Washington, D. C, daily at..l 1:1 W pin Arrive; at New Vork daily at 6:.'t0 a m Connecting at Wuyeross with Through Pull man Palace Ruffet and Drawing Room Sleep ing Curs, Wuyeross to IS'ew Vork without change. JACKSONVILLE EXPHEW. Leave Jacksonville daily at 5:.T0 p m Arrive at Jacksonville daily at K:() a m Arrive at Callahan daily at 6:20 p m Arrive at Waycross daily ut H:U) p m Leave Gainesville daily at fi:15 p m Iveavo NewnaliRville daily at fi:57 p m I-ave New Rradford daily at H:20 p m lA'i ve Live Oak daily at 9:45 p m Arrive at Dupont daily at 12:10 a m Arrive at Albany daily at 2:25 am Arrive at Jesup daily at 11:05 p m Arrive at Macon daily at 7:l a m Arrive at Atlanta daily at 12:25 p m Arrive at Chattanooga daily ut N:50 p m 1:25 a m 7:50 a m 7:(0 a ni 0:10 p ni (1:20 p in :: a in Arrive at Nashville daily at.... Arrive ut Iouisville daily at. . . Arrive ut Cincinnati daily at. . Arrive at Chicago daily at, Arrive at St. Louis daily at... ( Arrive at Savannah daily at .. 4 Arrive at Augusta daily ut. . .12:20 p m ..12:40 p in . .10:25 a in . . 5:IJ0 p m . . 0:45 a in ..11::) am . . 7:57 p m . . tt:.V) a in . . S:10 a in . . 3:00 p m 7:25 p rn . . 7:50 a rn . . 7:00 a in Arrive at 'harleston daily at. . . Arrive at Washington daily at. Arrive at. New Vork daily at. . . Arrive at Thomasville daily at . Arrive at Albany daily at Arrive ut Montgomery daily at Arrive at New Orleans daily at Arrive at Nashville daily at.. .. Arrive at Iuisville daily ut Arrive at Cincinnati daily ut.. . Arrive at St. Louis daily at Arrive at Chicago daily at Pullman Palace linnet and Drawing Room Sleeping Cars on this Train to Washington. j Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars, Jacksonville l to Savannah. ! Pullman Sleeping Cars on this Train to Louia j ville via Thomasville. I Pullman Hotel anl Sleeping Cars on thin Train to Cincinnati via Savannah. ! A Kcstuuraut has Irf-cn opened at Waycros, : fn abundant time will be allowed for weals : by ail passengr-r trains. ; (Connecting at S-ivannah with etcamera for 4 New York, Philadelphia, Roston and Ralti i more. Connecting at Charleston with Btearntrt for New York, Philadelphia and IJaitimorc. j Trains on I), and W. li (. leave Junction, going west, at 12:10 p. m., and for Rrunawlck i at 12:10 j). m., iaily. I Through tickets sold t all ixdnts by Rail land Steamship connections, and !aggag Checked through. Also Sleeping Car lirth j and sections s -cured at (mimny'g Office in ! Astor's ISuihlin?, S4 Itiy street, and at Ilepot Ticket Otliee. JAS. L. TA YLOR, ; General Pustieogor Agent I A. M. IVES, Agent. i NEAV I HAVE JUST OPENED A lirst -class Meat Market, and koenmi(liant- y on hand a supply of fresh U- t. irk. ol- ry, an'l vs-tt;M-s jn ssnni. (,jIg (TL'Tiverea Tree. G i vo m u trial is all I ask. C. If. WIGG, cor. Lemon i 3rd Stsi