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Suow is fifty feet deep in some of the gorges of the San Francisco Mountains, Arizona, which rear their heads more than 14-, 000 feet above sea level. A b.rge public cloc k with a tweniy f our hours dial has I n set up at a central point in San Francisco vit'i a vie-v f familiarizing the public with the sysieti. Mi-. Ifcracn, v. ho goes to Berlin as the Arr.crican minister, h is beer a suitor lor tho haul of Miss Freiinghuysen, ilie daughter of .Secretary Frolirghuysui. "He his adJ.e5.-ed her twice," -write-a ccrrfS2Xiident, "but hi.i ofrer was lx .h tis rejectee:. Tho lady, it is said, :ld not to much object to llr. Kasson as rue uid to goirg to the Ncrthwett to lire.' TLe j.tcanisbip A'a.dia. winch srj'ed from New York for Liverpool on Hat ; r r.ay, carried tui pas.jejgers August ie Drrly and his theatrical company; x e iiTiX complete Araeiican dramatic trot ;e that has ever ventured to cross tho . .t iant'c to give performances. Mr. DaU 's Lor.Ica season will begin on Satujc'.iy f v;-rnr ;r, July 19. i Toole's Theatre, f.el wMl crrtinue for six weeks. lie carr cl with him twenty-two artiste, includ 'ig tho f;n;aller people us well as tho leadit g rriiets of his New Yoik company. The hotel-keeixTsin London are enjoy ing an exceedingly profitable season, and hojte yet for another harvest before the summer ends. Their theory is that American tourists who had intended to make the round of the continental reto ts wijl ba deterred by the cholera epi demic in France, and, after visiting Ihe Rhine country, will return to London; find that :nany Europeans who have g n frally spent their gummers in tho Sot 1h of France will visit England instead a -id pass through London on their way from the French resorts. While two large gas-pipes we're being repaired on the Boulevard Malesherbes in Paris the other day a workman impru dently brought his lantern in contact with tho escaping gas. Instantly, w'th a sound like the discharge of artillerj , a pillar of firo shot up in the air to e height of the second stories of the hoi; ;e and five men lay mangled and bleeding on the pavement. The pillar of fire burned for some time, and the heat was bo intense that the neighljoring trees on the boulevard were destroyed and the panes of plate-glass in the windows of a grocery shop opposite the scene of tho ex jilosion shattered. Tho fire department was finally called out and the flame ex tinguished, while the sulTerers, all of them dangerously wounded, were taken to Lhe Hotel Dleca for treatment. Lottcrs from Naples give an account of the execution of Misciea, the Italian p 1 dier who ran a muck in the barracks at Naples, killing four of his comrades. The execution took place in the Campus Mar tius, at Bagnell where the prisoner was taken by rail early in the morning. De tachments from the various regiments comprising the Naples garrison had ltu.r ehcl there during the night. The troops w -ro formed in a hclliow 3iuare, the j.ri.m r was tied to a chair in a sitting pc-tur-1 with his back to the nring par';-'. After the colonel in commard had re cl the sentence to him ihe priest kissed h n and stepped aside. "Tie quick," said the condemned man. The of.icor in exii iaiivI of Ihe firing party dropped tee 1 o;nt of his sword and Misdea's llgi -e coiiapte.l. Hi j breast cue! head wee riddled with millets. Tho Toccoa (Ga.) Nowa he? a shiga' s Ptn-y about Samuel J. Tikhm and " i is nt'e-g. It ! to the ef'eot th :t Mre. M.j r;ie Kiluitrick, widow of Gen. Thon is Kiipit.icL, and a sister of Ivlr. Tibia, jvd through Tocrcwi a few years a,:, hcimd on a t cur through tho Southcn States. The general was a republic, l, l ut Mr. Kdpitrick is a trnn?h dr . o trt, aol smpahiTes deeply with i,ie south. During the s'ege of Peteu-sbi -g shti pa-ed through tho Federal lines a d carried several thousand dollars of 1 sr vw n money as a present to Gen. L,vo. There are five sisters and one brother Samuel J. Tilden. The sifters have lx en all the time opposed to their brother run ning for the presidency. Not long since, when Tilden had almost yielded to the solicitations of friends to enter the ra-e, Mrs. Kilpatrick, hearing of it. burr hI h.ome from the south, and with the : id of the either sisters prevailed on. him to keep out of the race. The reason assij n ed for this was that he was too old p. id feeble for the active and exhaustive cri tics ef public life. The present virtuous crowned heads of Europe are getting into a high state of indignation over the continued mainten ance of the gambling hell of the little government of Monaco. The French re public, through its Premier, M. Ferry, is prating Italy to agree to the suppres sion of the nuisancre. Queen Victoria n her last stay atMentcme learnenl so much of the evil consequences of the resort that she. appealed to France through Lord Granville, and it is also said the King of Italy and tho German Emperor have t x pressed a personal interest in the sup pression of the last public gambling hell of Europe. The number of suicides at that resort this j-ear has Wen very large. France is also trying to elTect a new so cial reform at home by pas.-ing a law forbidding bun-tight 5, which have been allowed at Nisraes t-nd oiher cilies de n near the Px rentes. Louis rhilippo f r lade these exhibitions of barbarity, hat Najiolcon III, iu pursuit of his policy of letting the people amuse themselves, in place of governing themselves, re established them. The people of Nismes kick vigorously against the abolition of the brutal sport. THE 3VCozr?tgaLe ZPZhLaop-nn acy ESTiiBLISIIED 1 850. Corner Iemon and Front ts., - - I'ALATKA, FLA Prescriptions Careful: y Compounded Day and Night. FRESH DRUGS! FRESH RECEIVED "PHARMACY. All orders filled promptly and ft ARM AC Y. A U orders filled promptly and a pour.ded at all hours by experienced Druggists bjtik: of W3J. J. WINEGAB u- General Uunlcing; PJusI ties Transacted. T5uy and Hell iroreij.cn lixahange. Correspondents : Nov York First Na tional IIiiiilc; Kountze l$ivs., Bostoni Slavcrkik National Bank. 5 5 IMMEE T. P.. 3'!URY, Paesident. HAMI LTt'N JjLsSTOX, Vice-President. OfWI AC'tES CHOICEST; LOCATION Orange 5, Lemons, Pineapples, Ik Orange BreviTd, Sumter, Polk, HiHshorongh, Manatee and Monrc ??oil ill Qiuintii loss Prices $:J.50 to 10.00 per acre, according-1 TC1SS1MMFF ('TTY t business Lots lvib&iM.Mt til i i Five.At;re Lots Special Master s Sale of Real Estale. Under and in pu-'suimce of a decree of the Circuit Court of thei Filth Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and fer Putnam county, made on the itii d.iy ot .Ia.r, A. 1). ism, in a cei ti.in cans iMMidiny t iei 'in, on the chancery side of tho conn., whet ein Auwrustus MonrcK1 is co.it Tilainant and J'lhn 11. McLean, and Edward S. Crili as tin? assine ; of McLean& Uro.. defend ants. I wilt as tee special master, named a. id appointed therein, otter for sale to the hiyhi-st bidder for cash, on Monday the 7th day of .) li ly, A. I).. 1HS4, in front of the front door of the Court House in the city of l'alatka, Florida, between the usual hours of sale, the following described real estate in Putnam county, Flori da, viz: The s w of the n e y of sec. 'M 1 10 s r Zi e, with the exception of twelve acres id the same bclonsinjr to S. Graham, conveyed to him by said John It. McLean, and the deser p tion of which is set forth in bill of complaint tiled in said eau:-e. Purchasers to paylr deeds. Jos, E. Raldwix, Special Master in Chancery. !n Chancery, In the Circuit Court Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florid;-., Putnam Count- In Chancery. James J. Montgomery, Complainant i Suit lor inant i Suit lo dant. t Divorce vs. Mary a. .Montgomery, uetennant. t Divorce. It appearing to the court that the bill of com plaint was duly tiled in this case and atlidavit 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 answer the said bid, on the First Monday in September, A. 1). l-ii, 'otherwise tho complainant's bill will be taken pro confesso. Wm. F. Forward, Clerk Circuit Court. AVm. Thompson, Complainant's Solicitor. IN CHANCERY. State of Florida, in the Circuit Court for Put nam County, ,"t ! Judicial Circuit of Florida. James W. Robertson, Complt. 1 vs. j Norman H. Cha:nlK-rlin, J-In Chancery. Marj' Ettie Chamberlin. I Defts. J It appearing by affidavit, to the satisfaction of the court, that the said defendants reside out of the said 5th Judicial Circuit of Florida, mid beyond the lim'ts cf said State, but withm tho United Sta!.' s, trie particular State bei ig unknown, now, therefore', on motion of Ci ! t:iuu, (iidis t lalh.'un, complainant's solicr ors, it is ordered ti'-.t the defendaif s Norman H.ChnpTerlin :'nd Mary Ettie Cliamberlin, Jo apiH-;ir .;n I answer Mie bill of eomplaint, til jd liy thecoinplaiiiant. in the above cause, on ;r before the Kth day of October ISS4, otherw.e f.ud bill shall b.' tal.en as confesed. It is fi .' titer ordered hat r. ::opy of tnis order be puii lNhed vi Mn? '.' 'at'; i News, h newspaper pub lished within s -J'l F.fth Judicial Circuit, when t iu raid niortg-u,'e-l premises arc situated, on .-e in every .wel.-. ur -t least four months befe ie said tit h dr. v of October 1.NS1. Dated il.iy 31st, 1.4. By the Court. skal.1 Wm. F. Forwaho, Clerk Circuit Court. CALi:or:;, Gili.is ; Calhoun, ( mpt's Solicitor, Notice o'' Incorporation, )Y AUVHOPITT OF AN ACT OF THE J Lejrwl iture of he State of Florida, er.ii t;i d"Ai' a -tTo oro.idefor the Incorporation ot ilaiirouds aiu. C mills," approved Fein'Ui..y V.Hh, lcTt. :'n-l !hc acts amendatory there .o, notice is l.ei-'i.iv given that a company bus !ecn j'oi'ii.eiriuidi : the name of the ft?!.. vViipfi'! i iiil T'nlti't 1-: a. On mil tiivtl Tiniitsirtatli-. Cr iniiin y, io bo invested v. it i. all the rights, powers, " vi'eges a.i 1 f:sncb es onTerred ujion eoinpu-l-ies lo,- -. i 1 under aid ai't, for the purtKise of eous! ri.ci.ng. tnai itaining and operating a canal uni v-.v-ds- of various kinds for Cue t.nnspor ; tif.ii of ei-sons and property witl ui tne State of 1 'b-rki: . The m.i.n ii" ; l said canal shall exte id i'ron a .mt at or i car Tocoi, on the St. Johns river, to some .oio at or near St. August ino, and from the ciiiumel of said river to ueep wa ter in the Atl.inticvK.-ean, and said canal sh.ill 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 leep Creek on tho West end of the prop( s ed canal. Dated June 1st, 1-S4.; J. K. Rainey, R. IS. CiAUNETT, J. S. COWOON. In Chancery In the Circuit 'on -t Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florid. i. Pu-.ui.; ; County In Chancery. Amanda Brown eY inplainaiit Suit for John Ih-own Defendant. j Divorce. It appearing tothe court that the bill of con plaint was ibilv ti! -d in this case and atlidavit made and filed that John Drown the defend ant resides beyond tho limits of the State of Florida, but iu one of the United States, is in the State of(Joorgia, it is therefore ordered that the said John lirown do appear and an swer the said bill on the First Monday in Sep tember, A. l: 14, otherwise the complainant's bill will lie taken pro confesso. V.t. For w a hp. Clerk Circuit Court. Wm. Thompson, ComplainaiVs Solicitor. In Circuit Court. Putnam County Fifth Judicial Circuit, of the State of Florda. In Chancery. t . y. e niwtoiM ) vs. Bill for Divorce. Tamar J. Crawford ) It apjx'aring by tho affidavit of the com plainant tiled in tin above cause that the de fendant resides out of , and beyond the limits cd the Mate of Florida. to-wit,"in the State of Michigan. Now therefore it is ordered that the defendant Tamar J. Crawford, do appear ami answer the said complainants bill for di vorce tiled against her in our said court on or before the first day of Septemlier, A. D. lt, otherwise said bill may be taken pro confesso. Wit nes-s mv ha-ui and the seal of our said court thit L'Uh day of April A. D. lSt. Wm. F. Forward, Clerk Circuit Court. NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS: rjMiE UNDERSIGNED WILL BE AT PA L latka Election Oistrict, No. 8. on Monday. Mar 5th. and remain durinsr the week ending on Saturday the 10th., for the purpose os of as sessing the State and County Tax tor the year A. D. 18.4. All taxpayers wishing tax blanks will please call at either the office tif clerk of Circuit Court or Tax Collector, where they will fmd them- J.w. WOODS. Tax Assessor Putnam County. DRUGS! FRESH DRUGS! DAILY AT at bottom prices. PRESCRIPTIONS com palateza & CO., I5.kP, II:i?S. LAND CORSPANY. Ii. W. KLAIIR, Treasurer. T. W. PALMER, Secretary. S FOR RESIDENCE AND CULTIVATION OF naimas, Coeounuts, etc., in the counties of to Suit i3it ci-!S. location a:; J. c.'jcility. :on to S",00 i,:jue to i C0 FOIUi ES, Manatrer, Jacksonville, Flf . P. CUNNEELY, IMPORTEP. OT FmeYiaes,Liquors Etc., lite Acker, Merrall & Co.'s Cluueo 15i4incl.s ot Imported Segars Billiard and Bowling Parlors Attached Water Street, PALATKA, FLA. BRADLEY'S FERTILIZERS '7- ' -v.. vfi. GEORGE E. WILSON, State Aeiit,' No. 13 West Bay street, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. JACKSONVILLE 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 j Than by any otherjline. j i 1 BROAD GAUGE, STEEL RAILS, AIR j BRAKES, FIRST-CLASS EQUIPMENT. ! rPRAINS" RUN AS FOLLOWS: j 1 CntSU SOfTH. 1 Leave Jacksonville '.t.5tla. m. llitl p. m. ' " Orange Park 10.L". " 4.l) i " Mmrnolia In 54 " x :;t " in-en Cove Spring 11. m " iA'i West Tocoi 11:41) " 5:15 " Arrive l'alatka l:t) p. ni. 5.55 " OOt.vG -ourii. Leave Palatka 10:;i.5a. m. Florida Son. June.. 10:45 " West T;voi 11:1 " GroenCove Spring 11:50 " Magnolia " 4:15 p. :n. 5:0S " 5:35 " 5:W " " Onmge Park r:;iJ n. m. 8:td Arrive Jacksonville l:uo " 6:4.5 THE ST. JOHNS' RAILWAY MAKES DIRECT CONNECTION At West Tocoi. and from St. Augustine. o Rates and Fare to all Points as Low as by any other line, and bargasre checked through. M. R. MOHAN, G. W. BENTLEV, Gen. Pass. Airent. Gen. Manager. PUBLIC OR PRIVATE BOOKS j E?T BALANCED OR ADJUSTED, IN strict confidence, by W3I. O. 3IOATKS, j Expert accountant. Practical instruct ionain j Bookkeeping. Best of references. Apply at 1 this office. THE FalatkaDailyHews A HANDSOME, NEWSY SIX-COLUMN NEWSPAPER PCBLISnED A PALATKA, FLORIDA, AT FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM '"THE IMPORTANCE OF PALATKA AS A trade distributing point and railway cent 3r, 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 the news of the Peninsular, and affords the opimrtunity to make it what it is pro nounced by the press to be, a tlrst -class news paper, both in its make-up and in the charac ter of its collated news. rOLlTICALX.Y The News is Democratic, and while it will be courteous to all, it will stand steadfast in its adherence to those principles of that party, the snccess of whiclvilone insures liberty and good government. The Year 1834 is a Campaign Year Both the National and State Campaigns arc to be waged. Towards the settlement of the momentous political issues they involve, THE NEWS will give its untiring efforts to influence pub lic opinion for tho lest interests of the people. To do this more effectually, the editors will at once begin the publication of The Weekly News A folio 48-column paper, equipped with the currnet news, or a complete digest of the hap penings of the week. This publication, at the price of ONE DOLLAR we hope to introduce into every household in this section too remote to be reached by our Daily. We urge our friends, both in and out of Putnay county, to aid us in the distribution of both our publications. A copy wiil be mailed free to the getter-up of clubs of the subsci f ,?rs to either the Daily or Weekly editions. I i i Address all correspondence to rTHE 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 Bnnhef Fireproof Paint, Roof Paints and all kinds of Dry Paints. Neatfoot Oil, Lard Oil, Machine Oil, Eenzine, Ladders, Step-Ladders, Wall Paper In fact Everything Kept in a First-class Paint Store. Reing a practical painter and having 18 j ears experience in mixing and usinjr raints-I mix my own paints, and cannot te imposed upon by i ne inf. rior mixed paints with which thic pnrt of the country is tlooded and sold to uneperienced derlcrs 1 o;Ter one hundred tfollar t ny body who can find one grain of adulteration in any paint or goods that are mixed or sold ia r store. Respectfully, 0 iff, 0 U h I fa la An Unadulterated Natural Guano, imported direct into Savan nah, Ga., from the Orchilla Islands in the Garribbean Sea, by Vra vers, Snead & Co., of Richmond, Va. We are now offering :his High Grade Fertilizers to the Planters and Grange Growers of Florida, feeling confident that it is just ths thing they need, hav ing stood the test side by side with ths best Fertilizers in the market for a number of years., and continues to grow in popu larity wherever it is used. OKDEKS FKOMFTLY FILLED AND INFORMATION FURNISHED ON AITUCATION BY ft. II. 1JOYALL .Sw Ct).. Importers Agents, Water street, FA LATKA, FLOUIDA. DISSTON PURCHASE-4,000,000 Acrs FLORIDA LAND ANDlMPROVEIMENT COMPANY. IIAMITON DISSTON, President. J. J. DUNNE, Vice-President. LANDS FOR SALE AT GOVERNMENT PRICE OF $1.25 PER ACRE. IN BLOCKS OF NOT LESS THAN NOR MORE THAN 040 ACRES. WITHIN SIX MILES OF RAILROAD LINE, PRICE $2.50 PER ACRE. rpiIESE LANDS INCLUDE ALL VARIETIES OF UPLAND AND LOWLANf) AND ARE JL adapted to Oranges, Lemons. Limes, Pine-Apples, Ranannas, Sugar-Cane, Early Vegetables, etc., and are chietly in the counties of St. Johns, Volusia, Ilrevard, Orange, Sumter, Levy Hernando, Hillsborough, Polk. Manatee and Monroh. Our Lauds are sidling rapidly. Thousands of settlers have located on them during tho past six uionlhs. Do not delay if you want them at present Low Prices. Stock of this company will be received at $45.(W n r share in payment for land located in compact bodies of tifO acres or more. For further information apply at the office of the com pany. W. T. I-'OIS ISIf-i, Land Commissioner, Jacksonville, Fla. A. & G. C. ft, and S. H. fiREY, President. J. M. K REAMER, V, H. WR1U HT, Vice-President. Engineer. LANDS FOR SALE IN LOTS OF FROM JO TO 10,000 ACRES IN THE COUNTIES OF BREVARD, POLK, MANATEE AND MONROE. PRICES: For average Pine Lands $ 1.2.ri per aero For average Prairie and Pasture Lands 1.25 per acre For Lake and River Fronts $5.00 to bum per acre For Susrar Lands 10.00 per acre The Iands of this Company are specially adapted to the Culture ot Tropical Iruils, Rice, Sugar Cane, etc., and are geneiallv acoes.-ible l v steam navigation. V. 1 rORHlCS, Land Commissioner, Jacksonville. Fla. Florida Southern Kailway. T"lo Ornngo Holt Itouto. Office Supekixtrndi-nt, i Palatka, March IsM. f GOING SOUTH. STATIONS Lv l'alatka " Ar Interlachen " Wait's Crossing. . . " Gruelle " Micanopy " Lochbie " Reddicks " cala " North Lake "Weir. " South Lake Weir. Ar.Leesburg M A 1 1 , 2:;) " 3:;l " :l:5.- " i:10 " t::jT " 4:M " 5:40 " ti:4l " :50 " 7:;i.r " Aeom'n'tn S:i) All" !t::v ' 11:1 " 11:54 " 1:44 p m t.-tr 4fc :i:55 :15 " c:.ir. 8:) " GOING- NORTH. STATIONS. M.jn 6:0O"Alr t;::C! " f.:50 " 7::Si 8:07 " 8:1'J " Aciirat Lv Leesburg Ar South Lake Weir. " North Lake Weir. " Ocala Reddicks " Lochbie " M icanopy " (iruelle " Wait's Crossing. . . " Interlachen Ar Palatka 7:00 4 M 8:;i " 8:55 " lo:.i5 " lX!:4;i P M 1:20 " 0:10 " ;i:20 " 4:4S " 0:i4 " 7:'i5 " 8:52 M:2 !t:5it 10-..N) TRAIN'S ARRIVE AT GAINESVILLE Emm Palatka, Ocala and Leesburg. From Micnnopy ;i: i0 A ii 12.-:J! p M 4'iO" 7:15 A M :nd TRAINS LEAVE GAIN ESVILLE. For l'alatka, t)caia and Leesburg. For Micanopy 8:00 A x 11:00 P M a -.m p ix 5:(Mj i' m vud MICANOPY. Train leaves at. . Train arrives at. IK.) M 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 St. Au gustine, Green Cove springs, Jacksonville and all points North, East and West, and w 1th up river st-amers for South Florida. Aiac with the Twin Screw Iron Meanier "City of l'alatka," for Charleston, New York, Host on, I'hiladelphia, etc. At Wait's Crossing with Pcnins-u'.ur ttailr;.ad for Waldo. At Gainesville with Transit Railroad for Cedar Key, Pensacola, New Orleans and Tarn pa. At Ocala with Transit Railway and Hacks for Silver Springs. At Leesburg with boats on T,ake Harris for points on Lake and along St. Johns and L.'.ke Eustis Railway. Also with Graham's Hacks for Ri-ooksville, Sumterville and all points in South Florida. S. CONANT, JAS. D. HOLLTSTEIi, General Manager. Suiwrintendeuf. O. W. RROMWELL, G. T. F. Ac P. A. KEUKA AND ORANGE SPRING TRANSFER COMPANY Y TEAM WILL LEAVE KEUKA FOR Orange Spring every morning on arrival of the freight train f ram Palatka, for the purpose of Transporting Passengers and Freight. For further information address KEUKA AND ORANGE SPRING TRANSFER COMPANY, . At Keuka, Putnam Co., Fla. C. A. LOPEZ & CO.. agts at Orange Springs. . For Sale. TWO CONE PULLEYS, (one a split pulle r. three inch face, four steps, from ten to tif tecn inches diameter. Apply at rrnis OFFICE T. II. A STICKY, Treasurer R. SALINGER. Secretary. Okeechobee Land Go. HAMILTON DISSTON, Treaa. R. SALINGER, Secretary. Savannah, Floriela & "Western R'y All trains of this road are run by Centsa (00th) Meridiam time, which Is ii mi;.uttg slower than Jacksonville time. ON and after Sunday. May 11, 1384, Passenger Trains will leave and arme as follows: NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. Leave Jacksonville daily at 8:0 am Arrive at Jacksonville daily at P:P. p i Arrive nt Callahan daily at 9:11 tDi Arrive at Wayeross daily at 1 Lof- a m Arrive at Rrunswiek daily at 3:0?' p m Arrive at Thomasville daily at 3:1'. pn Arrive at Itainbridgc daily at 6:lo p m Arrive at ChattahoK-heedaily at ids pn Arrive t.t Fensacela daily at ll:f p m Arrive at Mobile dally at .. 4:t at Arrive at New Orleans daily at 10:li. a m Conm cting at ('hattaho(e-hec wifh Pen aeo la and Atlantic Railroad daily for Pengnenla, Mobile, New Orleans, Texas and all trans Min sissippi points. Pullman Jtutlct and Sleeping Cars on this train, Jacksonville to Pensi coW, Mobile and New Orleans. FAST MAIL. Leave Jacksonville dally at t:"o p m Arrive at Jacksonville ilaily at !J:lo pin Arrive at Caliahan daily at 8:Io p m Arrive at Wayeross daily as ft:U. p m Arrive at Jesnup daily at 6: p m Arrive at Savannah daily at 8:17 p m An ive at harleston daily at l:r a id Arrive at Washintrton. 1). C, duily at..ll:X p m Arrive at New York daily ut fi:- am Connecting at Wayeross with Through Pull man Palace RuU'ot and Drawing Room S eep nz Cars, Wayeross to New York wis bout cha litre. JACKSONVILLE KXPRKS.S. Icave Jacksom ille daily at S:8 p m Arrive at Jucirsonville ilaily at fi:1 a m Arrive at I'allahan daily at fi:I0 p m Arrive at WuyeniFs daily at J):U p m l.-fiae Gaine vibe, daily at fl:U pm Leave Ne-H'nansille daily at $:ST pin Leave New Bradford daily at ?:2(; p ni Ia ave Live Oak duily a -M, ; m Arrive at Dui.xint daily at "UJ:lii a m Arrive at Albany daily at am . rive at Jesup daily at 11:W.. p in Arrive at Macon daily at 7:0') a m Arrive at Atlanta daily at 12:N p m Arrive at Chattanooga daily at 8:Si p in Arrive at Nashville daily ut l:2f a m Arrive at louisville daily at 7:.",0 a in Arrive ut Cincinnati daily at 7:i a m Arrive at ( hicugo daily ut 6:lo p m Arrive at St. Louis daily at 6:2L p m Arrive at Savannah daily at 8;.1) a m Arrive at Auirut-ta daily at 12:20 p in Arrive at Charleston daily at 12:40 p ia Arrive at Washintrton daily at 10--2i a m Arrive at. New York daily at 6:.')0 p ra Arrive at Thomasville daily at fi:if a in Arrive at Albany daily at 11:30 a in Arrive at Montgomery daily at T:.V7 p ni Arrive at New ( rleans daily at h:fV0 a m Arrive at Nashville daily at 8:10 a m Arrive at liouisville daiiy at p m Arrive at Cincinnati daiij- at 1:HT p m Arrive at ?d. 1'Uis daily at 7:5o a in Arrive at ( hicago daily ut 7,-l a m Pullman Palace Rutlet and Drawintr Room Slwping e.'ars on this Train to Washington. Ptiliman Palace-Sleeping Curs, Jacksonville to Savannah. Pullman Sleeping Cars on this Train to Louis ville via Thoma-sviile. Pullman Hotel and Sleeping Cars on this Train to Cincinnati via Savannah. A Restaurant has been opened at Wayerosn, and abundant time will bo allowed for meak by all passenger trains. Connecting at Savannah with uteamcrs for New York, Philadelphia, Roston and Haiti more. Connecting at Charleston with steamers for New York, Philadelphia and Raltimore. Trains on Ik and W. R R. leave junction, going west, at 12:10 p. m., and for Hruuswick at 12:10 p. m.. daiiy. Through tickets sold t all points try Bail and Steamship connections, and llaggag Checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths and iections secured at Company Office In Astor's Uuilding, 4 Par street, and at Iepot Ticket Office. JAS. I- TAYLOR, General Passe-nger Agent A. M. IVES. Agent. IV E W I HAVE JUST OPENED A Erst-class Meat Market, and keepeonrtafit ly on hand a supply of fresh ta.-f. porlL poul t"r', and vegi.tali.es in sfson. (loxXa dtllvcred free. Give me a trial ia all I ask. , C. II. W1GG, cor. Lemon & 3rd Sts