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THE ALLIGATOR IIUXTKi'S.
Ijilc AIort (he Florida, llivcry in '.lie Hot Summer Months. Gulf Hammock, (Yin,) cor. N. Y., tun. The men who hunt alligators for their hides and teeth arc renting their harvest. The warm weather induces groat nv.m !ers of aligators to frequent the marshy hanks of the river?), and the ahserco of sportsmen during this season makes them comparatively fearless. The most fiuccesful hunters Jiunt only in dark nights. A few nights ago I had my hlmnliers broken several times In- the discharge of gun.'?. On repairing to the hanks of the river the next morning to ascertain the cause of the noise I found two young men occupying a hastily con structed palmetto fan camp. Six dead alligators were lying around the camp, varying in length from four to eight feet. The hunters had killed them the previous night. One of the young men was busy skinning the alligators, while the other, with the aid of a single cook ing utensil, which answered the purpose of baking oven and coffee pot, was pre paring a frugal morning meal. The skin is removed from the 1lly, the un der part of the jaws, and the inside of the legs. The nkin on the hack is worthless. As soon as the skins are re moved they are salted and packed in har lels, which are shipied to a New York firm. The hunters receive f 1 apiece for all hides four feet long and upward. After the skins are removed the hun ters cut off the heads, and place them on the odgo of the river, whore they re main for about a week. At the end of that time the teeth leoome so loose that they can Ik? readily pulled out with the fingers. The teeth from half a dozen alligators weigh altout a pound, and are worto f 1. Tho two young nun killed fifty alliga tors in the week that they hunted in tills neighborhood. They begin I.imi iug as soon as it becomes thoroughly dark. Their hunting outfit consists of a bull's eye lantern, in camp language called "leok-'om-up," a double-barrelled shot gun, or "kill-'em-sure,v and a hatchet, with which the)- split the alligator's skull, and to which they have given the very expressive name of "dynamite." The man who is to do the shooting for the night fastens the lantern to his forehead, and takes his place in the bow of the boat. His partner paddles tho Ixiat cau tiously along ilie stream, while the man in the I v keeps a sharp lookout for nl- ILg'tJlorV. eyes which under favorable circumstances he can ''shine" with his lantern at a distance of two hundred yards. As soon as they discover a pair of eyes I bey paddle cautiously up to with in a couple of feet of the alligator's head and discharge a load of buckshot into it. As soon as the shot is fired the paddler catches the alligator by the jaws, which ho holds together with one hand, while he cleaves tbe skull open wilh his hat chet. Soji ' :es the alligators retain con siderable i ."(! of action. When such is thee so, it is rather exciting work getting them into the boat. Sometimes very large alligators f urn the boat over. It an alligator is not handled at once after leing wounded, h sinks to the bot tom and is lost. tasked one of the hunters, . who lias killed more than a thousand alligators, what was the si::; of the largest one he e,er killed, and he told me 13.V feet long', lie said that his father killed one on the lit. John's rive.i 17.1 feet long, the head of w'.ikh when placed in a flour barrel projected two inches over the top. He .sold it to a museum for WJIAT S.VV!-:i HAZI'.N, Tlx JoveisuMit, Itejiun a Yoai' Ajio to .:cl liicj (it'an Ineoivipeteiit Oilieial. F. vchantvo. If, It.i:; for in line titno U-en olo. ions. :-;ys ;t AVasliinofdii jieeial, tlmt some un !cnovti jnflueneo rote tel Uen. ITa:eti in liia isit inn ;is i Itief siftuol ollieer. Mure tlian a year :i,o 'Vn-retary lancoln hal doferminetl to e;et rM of liiin, on the e,rainl of irovon ineajiaeify .1 nainil i liieli (heeoimlry lial eonie to recognize. 1 faen was plaeeil in a position almost presieely similar to the one which fur nished the basis of the prosecution of Hon. Swaini, to wit: failure to a.slc for a omit of inijury or an investigation l.y a military trilumal. It i.- known that l'resiilent Arthur. :ui lie I i I snhuvmently hi Kvvaiin's ease, was alKMit to or, lor Mich an iutiuiry, which would tlie (iit step loading up L Ilazen's trial and pos.- ihly his dismissal, hut the president s luldenly drew Unck ami lla?.en has hvn rafe ever since, This is explained hy re-cailino- the fact that I laen is the son-in- law of Mr. Washington Mclan, who is the power lohind the Cincinnati Enqui rer, a paper of which MeCIoanV ron is .he audacious proprietor. It is not neces sary to particularize how Mcloan called a halt on Arthur and thus secured for ! It.Ti.n :. ...Ml.Ill.flU- tie HTlM ill t lO!) llO I has since enioved from the d;ui. ----- j wliich w:s so inniiiiieiit. o U iii.t; !t -priced of liis present: soft place, if not of his rank in the army. Despite the fact that Ilazcmleserve;? to he sent io his nrhnent ainl the signal service placed in competent hands, he will not I c molested so lon as Arthur can protect him. The present atmos 'phoreof scandal recalls the suhject and tlie character of tho reasons which, it is allee-ed, protect Hazen from all the aecu tnulaUl reasons for liis removal. John F. Henry, tho manager of the lUitler movement (v.-hk-h is not moving much) in New York, was a (irant man four and eie;ht years ao, oneo the repul) lican candidate for mayor of Hrooklyn, . and never a denitH rt. " W. 15. MOKAGNE. RUD. KF.UPT1NC. THE Moragne PiLarmaoy XCSTULISIIEl 1850. Corner Lemon aiil Front Ht. Prescriptions Carefully Com FRESH DRUGS! FRESH DRUGS! FRESH DRUGS! RECEIVED DAILY AT- PHARMACY". AH orders filled promptly and nt bottom prices. PUESCUIPTIONS coin I. ponmied at nil hours by experienced Drujrjrists'. VOL J. WINEUAK, President. K. J. ADAMS, Vice-President. OIF1 Successors io IV,VII 1JX CAIMTATi &.-0,000. -V ;Miinl lSanlii TSusiiiieKM 1in,ns:itol. iln v : nl S-5llf l'"riiii Kxelrtnrc C;iTossiiiliits s New York Ji rt, IVn 1 tonal JCaiiK; Kountzc Urow., lioton: Maverick National ISanJc. IC I 5 IM Rfl E E T. If. A.SP.tJltY, Pit.-sidenf, HAMILTON DISPON, Vicc-PrcsMcnt. ACHES CHOICEST: LOCATIONS jouv trances, lx-mons, rineappies, liananna:;, Cocoanuts, etc., m the counties of Orange, Brevard, Sumter, Poik, Hillsborough, Manatee am! Monroe. Prices $.m to $10.00 per acre, accord inj? t o location and quality. kissimmek city r I Business Lots. i Five-Acre .Lots. W. T. State of Florida, County Court for Putnam County. In the matter ef die estate of Frederick I). Lente, deceased. Notice is hereby pivon that the undersigned lias been appointed by the county court el' Putnam county, Florida, administrator of the estate of Frederick D. Lente, deceased. All persons havin;? any demands against the es tate of said deceased are hereby notified to present the same to the undersigned, wit hin tho t iiiK! prescribed by lav or this notice will be pleaded in bar. William K'K.Mrii.i; Lcntk, Administrator of the Estate of Frederick D. Ijiite, deceased, Paiatka, Florida. ' In Chancery. In the Circuit Court Fifth .1 ndicial Circi: it of Florida, Put nam County !n Chancery. James J. Montgomery, Comphunanf i Suit for vs. Mary A. Montgomery, Defendant. (Divorce. It appearinsr to the con it 1 hat the bill of com plaint was duly tiled in this case and affidavit made and tiled that Mary A. Montgomery the defendant, resides beyond tho limits ef the State of Florida, but in one of ( he United Slates, it ia therefore ordered tliat the sai l Mary A. Montgomery, defendant, do appear and u-H.-e.ver t ho said bid, on the First Monday in September, A. D. 1SS4, otherwise the complainant 'tt bill will be taken pro conies,:". W'M. F. Foihvaho, Clerk Circuit. Court. Wm. Thompson. Con plai mint's Solicitor. 1"ch"anceryT Slate of Florida, in the Circuit Court, for Put nam Count y, 51 h Judicial Circuit of Florida. James W. lioltorb.on, Compll.l vs. Norman If. f'haml erlin, S-Tu Chancery. Mary Ettie ChamberPn, j Deft:-.. ) lr apjM'arin;.' by affidavit, to t he sat isfaction of the court, Unit the said defendants reside out of t he said 5th Judicial ( 'ircuit of Florida, and beyond tho limits of said State, but within the United States, the particular State beirur unknown, now. therefore, on motion of Cal houn, tiillis it Calhoun, complainant's solicit ors, it. is ordered 1 haf t he defendants Norman H. Chamlterliu uud Mary Fttie CliamlK-rlin, do appearand answcrlhe bill of complaint, died by t he complainant, in the above cause, on or before the h day of October lsrtl, otherwise said bill shall be taken an confessed, it is fur ther ordered that a copy of this order be pub lished in the Palat kit Nkws, a newspaper pub lished within said Fifth Judicial Circuit, where in said mortpas'ed premises are situated, mice in every week, for at least four moid hs before said Hh day of October ISSt. Dated May r.h t , LSd. I'.y the 'ourt. seal.1 Wm. F. Four ut. Clerk Circuit oui t. CALHOUN, tliiaas & CAiaSOUN, CnipCs Solicitor, Notice of Incorporation. p' AUTHORITV OF AN ACT OF TIM5 1 LeaislaturiMd' the State of Florida, enli tled"An act to provide for the Incorporation of Railroads and Canals," approved February i'lth. Is",!, and the acts amendatory thereto, not ice is hereby rh'en that, a company has been formed under the name of the fSt. A-i vvut iuc and Ialatli;v Canal ami Transportat ion tUmijiany, to be invented with all the rights, powers, pri vileges and franchises conferred upon compa nies formed under said -act, for the purpose of constructing-, maiutainiiif:- and operatinsr a canal and vc.wls ot various kimls for the transportation d' persons un.l property within tiie Stale of Florida. The main line of said canal s'mdi extend 1 rum a point at or near Tocoi, on the ;'(. Johns river, to some point at or near St. Amrustiiic, and from i he channel of said river to oorp wa ter in the Atlantic ocean, and raid canal shsd utilize the waters of the S!. .bibs.s river to ret Ian- wi h t lie waters of Moultrie creek in St. Johns county, Florida, on t he Fast, ami there of Deep Creek on the West end of the propos ed canal. Dated June isl, J.-.-'l. J. K. Uainry, 11. M. i AIINCT, J. S. COWIMN. in Chancery In the Circuit Court Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida, Putnam County In Chancery. Amanda HrownCompta mailt i . .. John P.iown iief aslant. Sbvore.-. It appeal iiur to the court t n;d t he Liii of com plain! was duly iili d in t his case and aiiidavit made and tiled' that John iitown tho del'oii'! ant resides bejimd t he limits of the State ef Florida, but in one of the Foiled States, is in the State of i icorjria, it is therefore, ordered that the said John llnnvn do appear and an swer the said bill on the First Monday in Sep tom!er, A. 1): lsst. ot hervise t he eompi.iinan: ' bill w ill be taken pro coufesso. Wm. I'niiw.uii), 'lerk Circuit Cotr Wm. Thompson, Ctanplaiuat .'s Soiicibn- In Circuit Court. I'niiunn County Fifth . State of Fioida. 7. Q. Cniw l'ord 1 v. r-r.d fudiv ial Circul; . i;- In Chtou ery. !! ldvmx'.-. i T:!i:iar J. Crawford S piamant tih-d ut ihe nbove taiisotr.at th tentUmr n sidestut of, and iicyoud t he limits tif the t'tate of Florida, to-wir. ie the Mate of Michi;ran. Niiw therefore it i- ortlerc 1 that tiie defendant Tam trJ. ( vawfec.i. do Ap;ear and answer the s.iid ctnrtpiuiiiant lull for di vorce tiled airainst her m our s'-.id court en or iefore tlie tii-st day .r epteir.Fer. A. i). Lsrt, otherwise said liil lhay l- taKcM pro confesso. V it iiess lev hand ami the se;-.! of our said ctmrt thit 'Uh day of April A, D. n-.L Win. F. Fowwakd. Clerk t'iivitit Court. lnlli -lol Xotio'. PALATKA, Ft.A., Ale--. 2. Iv l. Notice is hervPy jriven that the iloard off Put. lie Iiistre.etin of Pi; luim county will j cortvene at the schod ht.use in Palat kn o:i 1 FUI DA V, the 2-.it h day ef Aitri:st. 1v4. tor the t purpose d' cxamininir applicant for schools i and appointing teut hcrsto cpen pi;Plicsclioi, s j in this comity on tin? titst Monday in Seplem- I r, issr. Ani'lieatititis shotildU- matle to the einniiv school superintendent, a pi'roved bv t ho hn-.tl tPtiteos. J. W. STKICKLANIl, ' Sec'y Ptvanl Pub, In. and Sup. Sentx.;::. lVJL.WT'JtiV, FIA po untied Day and Night. If. G. PAYNE, Cashier. F. P. MEi.'SEUEAU, Assistant Cashier. egar.fi Co,, Bankers. LAND "COMPANY L. W. KLATI It, Treasurer. T. W. PALMKli, Secretary. FOU UKSJDENCR AND CULTIVATION OF .$200 to S--UK XXIU5EM, Manager, Jackwmvillo, Fla. TAMPA ft KEY WEST RAILWAY THE "GEM CITY" ROUTE, THE ONLY ALT. i: AIL LINE TO ORANGE PARK, MAGNOLIA, GREEN COVE SPRING & JACKSONVILLE. o Three Hours Quicker to Jacksonville Than by any other line. I5UOAD OAlfCF, STFFL MAILS, AIR Pit A K US, FI P.RT-CLASS VSH ' 1 PM KNT. ''PKAINS.; LFN AS FOLLOW?: 4 noi; KoiiTtr. Lea vc Jacksonville ;UKia. m. ii.W p.m. oraiifro Park H. il " :.:j " ( ; reen Cove Spring' 5,-ld " " West Tocoi :: " Arrive Pahu'lei 10:10 li.n;. f.li " :iif; Nou'i'ii. bea e Paiatka 10:50a. m. :'.:!XI p. m. Florida Sou. J one.. 10:57 " :t:a'i " I West Tocoi L:U " :;: !ri " i reen Cove Sprinyr JrJ-.Ctl " 1:(I7 " i'an-'0 Pai'i ..V.',:.i. m. 4 M" I " . :l?i;; p. m. 5:l:i " Arri r .Lteiisonvilie. THE ST. JOHNS RAILWAY - MAKF.S-- and from Si. Aiu'iistiuc. At Vesf. Toeoi. Kates and Fare to all Points as Low sis by uiiy other line, and batvjra'sv cheeked through. M. It. MOliAN, (i. W. JSKNTLHY", Si.:periidendei;t. (b.u. Manaf er. PARTIES WISHING TO PURCHASc AN EXCELLENT QUALITY OF GEORGIA BRICK, CHEAP, WILL DO WELL TO CALL ON Drew, H. L & Gardner. Florida Beef and Mutton FRESH & SALT WATER FISH CONSTANTLY N HANI. LS Vegetables and Melons HANDLE) ON COMMI.-SION. Smith's Old Stand, Water s-rrect. MUSIC SEWING MACHINES. i:Esr MAKES OF PiaH.OS. ORGANS AND SEWING MACHIKES, OIIF.AP FOU CASi: AN!) vr i:A:-V TiMK. Alt u-oods sliipjx d to any jtn'nt at our risk, and re! ni ne ! t ree of cost if not, no to our iruarauM-e. Wnnirel iiislrurai ni.- uml sheet liiesic a specialty. Itrowii cV: Patterson. Fry's PhK-k, Paiatka, Fkt. WIRE MEAT SAFE MAPFAC'Y Wholci-ale and Itetail. SEASONED- CYPRESS LUMBER DOWELS, CHAIR SEATS FUflBITUaE REPAifiEO, VAR NISHED fi RE-UPHDLSTERED OSCAR w! YOUilG'S I Ix'-nion stret, o. east Con vt nt: aws hied 0 Yrr.is hxpenence . OITU i fTf fan rE 1 r" I J. j II d flin Cj L 1 -VII j hmV V wr.i. uitv Lots, ca many streets' ! f hsc r.lty ffsP c Jp ! ! M A D 1 r T Ivl i A c 1 JA8. BUBT. cat yip y 0 vJ Lj U IJ Lj Ji PACIFIC GDAHO COMPANY'S For Garden or Grove. Guaranteed Analysis on Every Barrel. Muni! factories: Boston, Mass., and Chnrleston, S. C. For fiile hy DREW, II. L. & GARDNER, SOLn AGENTS, PALATILA, FLA. Also lvholepalc d(;i!ers in FLOUR, GRITS, fflEAL, HAY, GRAIN, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER, HAIR, Etc. iANK R. POND, AGENT FOR 1 cm THE SIMPSON & GAULTi MSHUFfiCTURIBG CO.'S OELEP.IlATFd) IRTABI.E GRAIN MILLS FOR WHEAT, GGSH OK FEEU AND Flour Mill Machinery of all Kinds CASTINGS, SHAFTINGS AND IRON WORK OF ALL KINDS ON SHOUT NOTfCF . I O ; IV V I I. 17 IRAfll 1 .O l!F.T.'.ll, ORSELLER AMD STATIONER AM !)"i:i,l'!t IV ISKiriG TACKLE. FINE CIGARS iriovitln. !iii'ii-iit i.'f., Florida Maps, Books, Canes, &c root-otnee P-uildinir, Front Street tloor south. iiid next PALATKA. FLOK1DA. P. CUIIflEELY, IMIHIMXII OK ineWines5J-iqi!or Etn. Acker, Merrall & Co.'s Bei t3 Billiard and Bowling Parlors Attached Wati-.u Strelt, - - PALATKA, FLA. Calhoun, Gillis & Calhoun, INSURANCE AilENm REPRESENT THE !IOMRiXsnt.NtTU',ol,. X V.ofNew V lv. TIM". "SI N," i Lon "..r.i, T 1 1 li N FAV V 11 K 1 " X 1 F.I I W PIT K ! TTIF. !;F,!::fAXiA, Til K FACTO li? ic TitADoiCS -f Sew .irienns, TIP; ACCIDENT, fjf North America, THE F.QFTJ'A 1!LK tLife.) rcANCERY. Iu Circuit Court, Fifth Judk iai Circuit, :-t;ite ' of Floriila. in rind for Fiitn-iPi Vii!.tv. STKI'lllMIAIfl'. ! vs i JOHN K. MAPSHALLait I ; j JANKMAKSKALU his wii it appfauinc p.v affidavit that , th.-ilef. ndants r:sde t,ut f the 1 iftti Ju- ! diciat Circuit, of the M.iteof lh,ri.!a, andl-e- a cm I J-ndthe limits of s-iid Mate, t.wit.: intheSTii-fcetOfr.ee. I state f Arkansas. Mow. Then-lore, it is or- dcrc.1 that the def. mlanrs. John 11. Marshall and Jane Mai-shaii, his wife. d appi'ar and ad- of!S::r;S i otherwise saul liili may Ikj taken pr;ct.n- : fesso. Witness uty hand, and tiie sea! of nur :aid Court. Hits, '.'lsr March, JsM. sKAr.l ,Wn. t.touwAmi. Clerk Cireret ('ourt. MS a MB i Water Street, - - Paiatka, Florida. v Wholesale und retail di aler in all kinds of Paints, Painter's Supplies, Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil, Shelac, Varnish, Turpentine, Putty, Window Glass, Paint Brushef Fireproof Paint, Roof Paints and ail 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. lie in;.,' a 'iaetk;il pisinter uml having IS yrurs exiiei ieiiee in mixing and issiiifr raint- I mix my own paints, and cannot 1-c imposed upon hy the inferior mixed paints v itl. which thin ptut of the country is Hooded and sold to unexperienced dealers I etfer one hundred dollars to aur Iwwly who can lind one, n'ain oi adului-ation in any paint or Roods that are mixed or sold in my store. Uespect fully, L. 31EYEK. si m p is 1 1 W Wt. Ba bU B I :An Unadulterated Natural Guano, imported direct into Savan nah, Ga., from the Orchilla Islands in the Carribbean Sea, by Tra vers, Snead Co., of Richmond, Va. Ve are now offering this High Crads FertiSizsrs to the Planters and Orange Growers of Florida, fseH.:g confidant that it is just the thing they need, hav ing steed the test skis hy side with the best Fertilizers in the market for a number of years, and continues to grow in popu larity wherever it is used. OltDElIS T'KOMITLY F1LLF.H ANT) INFORMATION FUKNIS1IEO ON APPLICATION KY ss. ii. iOYAM c:.. Importers Ajrcnts, Water istreet, lA 1,.TKA, VLOUIOA. TON PURCHASEi.000.000 Acrs FLORIDA LAND ANDlMPROVEftlENT COMPANY. I1AM1TON IHSSTON, PrcsUlent. J. J. UUNIiK, Vice-President. LAUDS FOH SfiLE AT GOVERNMENT PRICE OF $1.25 PER ACRE. IN 11 LOCKS OF NOT LFKS THAN 80 NOlt MOUF. TITAN r.ttl At'UKS. WITHIN SIX MILES OF RAILROAD LINE, PRICE $2.50 PER ACRE, 'pJIKSE LANDS 1 NCTAiDH ALL VAUIF.TIKS OF FPIVND AND LOWLAND AND A Itl? JL adapted to ( )i'iiii!; , Ja-uioiis, Lime, Pine-Apples, llan:mii:i:, Sujrar-Cnue, Kiirly Vcirctableij. etc., ntnl it re eliielly in t lie count it -s d' h't. .lolinw, Volusia, ISrcvnrd, Onuim", Minuter, Iwy Hernando, llillslx.roiifjli. Folk. Manatee and Moitroli. our liands art; selling rapidly. Tliousands of settlers liave located on them diiriii tlic past Fix nionllis. Do not delay if you want tliein at, present Low Prices. "Stock of tliis company will lc received at 10.00 imt share in pay meet .for land located ia compact l.iodii h of OiO acres or more. For further information r.pply at t lie ollico of tlio coiu- V"i:' W. T. X-'OlilJICH, Land eomniissioiK r, jiK lisonville, Fla. and A. k 0. G. ft, S. 11. m;i?V, President. .1. M. KKEAMEIt, ;.W, II. Wi:!i;iiT, Viee-Presi.lent. Kmraieer. LANDS F011 SALE IN LOTS OF FliOM 10 TO 10,000 AC1JES IN Till? COFNT1F.S OF LMiF.VAItD, POLK, MANATER AND J.IONKOK. For averajre Pine Lr.nds S 1.25 per acre For aveiatre Prairie and Pasture Lands l.:J5 per ame For Lake and Jiiver Fronts $5.m to lO.otl jkt acre For Sc.uar I,uii.'ls UW 1 acre The i-ands of lliis ('omi)any are sp'cutlly adapteil to the Culture of Tropical Fruils, Kicc, Surar I'une, ele., and ale eiieraUv aeces.'-il'le lv stt am uu itration. W. n rOlt lM IS, Land Commissioner, Jacksonville, Fla. Sav;iiiii.ili, F!osh1;i & AVestem IV y All traini? of this road are run ly Central !Hiih) Mt-ritliai time, which is 'Xi minute i lover than Jacksonville time. rN and after Funday. July n, 1 9 Fasseiij.'i r Trains will leave and arrive follows: kkw ohi.i:ans kackkss. 1, lifnve .lacksonville daily at Arrive at Jacksonville daily :'f . . . Arrive at Callahan daily at Arrive at Way cross daily at. . . Arrive at Thomasville daily at . . Arrive at. fiainiiride daily at Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at . Arriv e at Pcnsaeola daily at Arrive at Mohilc daily lit Arrive at New rleaii;i daily at . . . t i in . 1Xi;tn 111 S:tt; a, m . !!: t: a in . l:;nt p m . i::i"i j in . :::r,:) p m .11:1". p m . 4::m h m !i:15 a m Connect in; at Chattahoochee with Peiisaco lu and At hint ie Itailroad daily for Peesacola, Mobile, New irleans, Texas and all trans-.Mississippi jKiinls. l'assenvt'is for JSrunswick take this tiain, arrivinjf at Itrimswick via 11. & W. Kailwav at I:IK p. m. Pullman itullet Sle'piii;r Cars Waycross t Peiif.tu-ohi, Mobile ami New Orlcaiu. FAST MAITj. Jamivc .lacksonv ille daily at 2::V) p m Arrive at .lacksonvillt' daily at '-MO !' m Arrive at Cajlahau daily at :i:K p m Arrive at "liycross daily as. . . r:()5 j m Arrive at Jessup tlaily at '":"" P m Arrive at Savannah tlaily at p m Arrive at Charleston tlaily at 1:1." a m Arrive at Wa.sliinton, t. C, daily at. .11:11 p m Arrive at New York daily at CSiO mil (UtnnectinL'-at Savann:ih with Through Pull man Pahiee Itutfct a nd Orawimr Itoom S-'locp-intr Cars, Savannah to New York without change. j a c k so n v 1 1 . i .i : rxnt kss. Iave Jacksonville daily nt Arrive at Jacksonville daily at. Arrive at Callahan tlaily at Arrive at Waycross tlaily at Arrive at lSrunswick daily at . . 1cave (a inesville tlaily at I.eae Newnansville tiailyat . Iicavi; New Iiranford daily tit .. l.ea e Live ):ik tlaily a Arrive at Dtipotit tlaily at Arrive at Albany daiiy'at Arrive at Jemip tlaily at Arrive at Macon tlaily at Arrive at Atlanta tlaily at Arrive nt Chat tanoo;ra daily at . Arrive at Nashville tlaily at Arrive at Ivouisvillo tlaily at. . . Arrive at Cincinnati tlaily nt. . . Arrive at Chicago daily tit Arrive at St. l,ouis daily at. . . . Arrive !t Savannah daily at . . . Arrive at Aujrusta daily at Arrive nt t harlestoii tlaily at. . . Arrive at Washimrfoii dailv at . . . . r::ii p in . . . M:m a rn i;:15 p in . . . . ;:t) p in . . . t'i:4" a m . . r: 10 p in . . . r.:u'H p ni . . . ,.-" p in ... !:15 in ll::) p in . . . . '::i" a m .. . lbel p ni . . .. 'e( SI ill l;i::ri p in . sitiil p m 1 ;" a in (:ln a m . . 7:tm a m ti.h) p m . . . t:lil p m . . . c: 15 n m . . . l .'.uii p m l .'.ta p in . . . J(i:." ;i m . . . . 5:: p in ;:'1." a in I P.: ;n a in ... 7:.7T p ni .... '.i: a m . . . S;i a m :;:il p ni . . 7.'. p m . r a in 7.t a ii i A rri e at New York tlailj' at . . I Arrive at Thomasville tlaily at Arrive at Albany daily at Arrive at Montgomery daily at Arrive at New Orleans dailv at j Arrive at Nashville daily at ... . j Arrive at Imisville daily at . A rrn e at i iiieiniiaii tiauy at . . Arrive at St. Iouis tlaily at Arrive nt 'lilt a-o tlaily ;.t . . . Piiliuian Hotel and Sleepinir Cars on this Train to Cincinnati via Waycross. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars, on this Train to Chattanooga via .lesup, Fuilinan Palace Sieepint- Cars tlainesvilie to Saaimah. Pulltnan Pallace putTt t and Trawiejr ptw m frU:'m Cars on this Train tt Washington. Pullman Palace Met pir.tr Cars Jacksonville to Savannah. A F'-stauraiit hat I- t-n opt nel at Waycrrss, and abundant time will It.- itilowed lor !nt-a!s by all passe mrcr train.'. Coiinects at Jesup witli F. T., V. at-d C.a. fer Prunswick. Conm ctiey at Savannali with s!(an;t-rs for New Yrk, 'Philadelphia, P'R-ton and ISalti ni! at.-. Ct.nnf-ctiter at fTiarleston with steamers for New York, Philadelphia ami iUiltimore. Through tickets ?old to all points by Kail find SO-amshili conni-etioTis, cud ISajrtrat'C Checkctl throinrh. Also Steeping Car K-rth- and w-etiotis pct-urod at Companyvs of!i-e in General lHsst nsrer At-ent A. M. IVES, Anent. - For Sale. j rpwo ('ONF. PULLEYS, 'one a split puuev t three iiM-h face, four stcis, from ten to tit- f et n inches diameter. Apply at ; Till'' OFFICE I i m MEYEB, ;: SI IN M lil ntJ t T. H. A SI I FRY, Trcasiucr U. .SALIMiKlt. Sccretiiiy. Okeecbobee Land Co, 1IAMI LTON DLSSTON, Trias. K. SALINOFU, Secretary. Florida Southern Kailwny. Ilio Oijiij: 15lt ICoiOe. Ol KICK Scr-KIM NTKN MKNT, l'ALATKA, Altir. 10, Isl. (Mil NO SOFT 1L STA TIONS. I mail AconPtPtn Lv Jacksonville ia J. T. .V K.W. IV y. U:H V M I Lv Paiatka !: " C.::l A M " J. T. At K. V. Juliet. 4:lr " Ar Intel laehen r,:m " K:(HI " " Wait's Crossiim- r-.tl " -.i:ir " " (irucile i:ii " H:- " " Oainesville i:l."i " 11:15 " Micanopy . . it:i " " Ltichbie C: l:l " 12:f0 P M " Petldicks (i:;'.7 " l:h'. " " Oeala 7:;k; " :t:l " " North Iike Weir.... X:;jJ " r:15 " " Stmt h ljike Weir.... H-.ttl " r.:;tJ " Ar I esburw .......... J:ir' C:45 " " " COINlt NOKTIL STATIONS. Lv IjCeHbitrjr Ar South Iike Weir... " North Ijtkc Weir. . . . " Oeala " Uethlicks " Ltichbie " Micanopy I" tlainesviile " Oruelle " Wait's Crossint; " Interlachen ..." " J.T. .V K. W. Jinict. " Paiatka Jaekstmville via J.T. MAIL l Acoiird'tn tkdd A M " tilt") A M " 7:f.5 ' f,:4:l " 8:10 " 7.:i " t::Vl " .S:IH " 11:50 " M:.;l " 1:J:I5 pin 11:00 " 11:15 " :t:15 " P.tMC! " VSl " ;!i::;r, " :i::t', " P):l:i " 4:40 " 1 10:5k " I 10:55 " c::m " At K. W. U'y..... litt imr ;-- - TJlMtATvOTu From Pa hit kit, I 11:15 an ami Oeala anil ;i:15PM Lctbiirjr. !:I5" From Micanopy :2x a M 7 TKAl Ne LKA V i: tiAIN FSVl LLP.. For Palalkit, " " i ' 15 A M tied Oeala and ( 1::U'M Lees bur ir, WH'M For Mien nopy T::)iipm MICANOPY. " Train leaves at fi:0fl A m Train an i sut H:00 P M J First-Cla.s Cur t hroutrh from Paiatka to (laincsvillc n sill Trains. CONNECTIONS. At Palat kn with Jacksonville, Titmpii & Key West J(y, fast river steamers for St. Au Kiisline, ;ret;ii Cove Sprintrs, Jat kstinville ami all ioints North, KiuM, aiat West, nnd with up river steamers for South Florida.. Also with the Twin Screw Iron Steamer "4 'it y of Paiatka," for Charleston, New Yol k, Jiot-.toii, Philadelphia, etc. Mail trains make close cennection l.th ways via J.T. & K. W.K'y.,nt Jacksonville wit h At lantic Coast Line, Fast Mail, At Wait's CroKsinjr with Florida Ituiii(atl and Naviiration Co., for Waldo. I At (Jaincsviile with Savimnuh, Fltrit!a Western it'y ftir Tallahassee, Savunnah and nil jiointa North Fast tied Wt ,-t, Stud with Florida lUiiiway ami Navigation :., for (A-tlar Key. l'ensacolu. New Orleans and Tampa. ''"At Oeala with Floritla Kailwaj' ami Naviga tion Co.. and Hacks fur Silver Springs. SJAt resburtr with iKtfits on Take Harris for 1Mtint5fonJjakearidnlon.tr St. Johns mid ljike Eustis Itailway. Also with Cntham's Hacks for ISrooksvillc, Mimtcrville ami nil intuit in South Floritla. S. CoN A NT, JAS. D. HOLLTSTF.lt, !t neral Manntrer. Siieriiitcntieiit. O. W. JJltoM WKLI, flen'l Pass. Af' iit. A. .1. IJKACIl V HON,, NUKSERYMEN PALATKA, FLOIIIHA. A I" J.Y LL KKUITS O news' Sl'ITF.H TO THIS limate. Catalogue free. TV 10 W MARKET. I HAVE JUST OPENED A first-class Meat Market, and kcpeousUUit lyon hand a suiply.'f f rtfih licef. porSt, POU) try, and ve-re tul .U s ie scastm. t icM deli free. Give me a trial it ail I ask. C. H. WfOff . cor. Lemon & 3rd St ir- i 1