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BUIEF MENTION'.
Tlie Kiinberly Diamond District, South
America, exported more than 2(M),000
worth of cut and uncut stones during
January.
Tremesvar, in Eastern Austria, a city
of 32,0(10 people. said to be the only
town in the world lighted exclusively by
electricity.
Anions the 1200 laws regulating the
French r.re.-s is one centuries old, which
threatens the proof-reader with death
for even one blunder.
Savage lo;-s that kill their masters are
condemned to a curious form of death in
Japan. They are p hut up in a box with
a little fo"d and are thrown into the sea.
President, Garfield's two sous, who are
visiting Col. Rockwell, called on Presi
dent Cleveland recently. It is the firKt
time, they have entered the White House
since September, 18-S1.
Since the present Czar of Russia came
to the throne all the cannon required for
the Russian fleet have been manufactur
ed at home. Under preceding czars thoy
have been purcased in Germany.
Gibraltar is thus mentioned in all Span
ish ollicial documents: ';Our most loyal
and noble City of Gibraltar, in the Cam
poof Gibraltar, City of Gibraltar being
in the temporary occupation of the Brit
ish." Since the time of the Dutch occupa
tion, 2"iQ years ago, the wliolo west coast
of Formosa has undergone great change.
The harbors are sifting up, and the coast
- is gradually undergoing a movement of
upheaval. Earthquakes have largely as
sisted in effecting this change.
Prince Hismarck.in accepting; the deeds
of the Schouhausen estate, said that he
would henceforth call himself BLunarck
auf Schouhausen a more complex com
bination of consonants than is offered by
"Frinz," but a nan?e that will more en
dear him to the German people.
A Boston swell, Henry Ligourney, who
is 11 bout thirty years old, has an income
of nearly !J()0,()00 a year, a house on Bea
con street, and has for some years been
partial to the society of professional
spirts and theatrical celebities, has mar
ried one of the corv bees in the ballet of
"Jnlma."
One of the messengers employed in the
French ministry of the interior was ad
mitted to the civil service in 1S."9. lie
hi therefore seen the rise and fall of no
le.-s than thirty-six ministers during his
service of twenty -six years, equal on an
average to one minister and a quarter
pci year.
The same firm which made the large
south window in Westminster Hall in
s now restoring it siuee its late de
struction by dynamite. It represents
arms of the kings and queens of reigning
houses of England since the time of the
conquest, and is the finest display of
heraldry in stained glass to be found in
the kingdom.
A bushel of fun was had at a St. Paul
saloon April 1 by means of a rather
cruel and practical April-fool's day joke.
Some grim joker nailed a 20 gold piece
to the floor and by means of a battery
concealed behind the bur a thin uirewa
attached. Then the spot was soaked in
water and whoever att"inptod to pick
up the bonanza was treated to a terrific
shock. The air of that place was blue
wkh profanity all day.
The enormous wealth of the Orleans
Princess is chiefly derived from Louis
Phillipo's mother, who, in consequence
of the death of her brother, the Prince
de Lamba'le, became sole heiress of Ler
father, the Duke of Penthievre, the
richest sub ject of France. lie died in
1 TL-i. llis daughter had. two days be
fore his death, been divorced from her
worthless husband, who was thus de
barred from touching her property.
lU SSIVS AVAlt ABILITY.
The Vast Forces KlieCau Throw Into
Herat in n Short Time.
St .lame' Gazette.
The ability of the czar tr push U3 has
been questioned. It is said that ho is
far t weak in Central Asia for eue'i an
attempt; that in point of fact we are the
stronger of the two, and that he knows
it. We are pursuaded that there is error
hero which it is foolish to indulge. No
authority whatever is or can be advanced
for the statement tlu:t Russia is unpre
pared for an incursion in great force.
For the contrary opinion there is. the au
thority of not one or two, but all the
most experienced and highly placed sol
diers in India. Some time ago these
men warned the government that there
waa a reason to lelieve a movement was
(Mi foot in Central Asia which might
carry a Russian army to Herat and be
yond before many months were past.
Responsible British oibeers, men who
bad mapped out the route and measured
them, came to the following conclusion,
that, even supposing Russia had to watch
the German and Austrian frontiers with
POO, C00 troops of all arms, she could
spare as many as 200.000 men for opera
tions in the direction of India. Russia
can, in seventy-seven days after issuiug
the orders, put a'oout 23.000 men on
Herat, with a reserve of like strength
which could arrive in from forty to fifty
days afterwards, with 12.000 more possibly
available within twenty days of Herat.
She cau, in from seventy to one hundred
days also after the order has K en given,
put about 13,00) men into Cabul, with a
similar strength in reserve and her com
munications all strongly held. She can
in ninety days put 7,(K0 men intoChitral
and 4,003 men ou the Cashmere frontier.
Administrator's Notice.
Six months from the cat hereof I will ap
ply to the County Jwlsre of Putnam County,
Florida, sitting in proeate, for my final dis
charge as administratrix of the estate of Char
les V. Hutchins, late of said county. deceased.
November, lssi.
' Bessie A. Hrrcnixs.
To All Whom it May Concern.
He it known that thirty flays after the date
hereof, 1 will apply to the Honorable Judge of
the County- Court for Putnam county for
leave to sill at privito sale the interest of
William M. Green, a minor, in and to the fol
lowing real estate, situate in the county of
Putnam and state of Florida, viz. : N w !t or
n e M. the s of u e ?j and n c J-4 of n w .j of
see 21 tp 0s of r 2i e according to the Lnited
States surveys. Said real estate to be sold for
the lenelit of said minor.
March 11th, lss..
Guardian of the Estate of William -M. Green.
State of Florida, County Court for
Putnam County.
In the matter of the estate of Frederick D.
Lento, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
has been appointed by the county court of
I'uttiain county, Florida, administrator of the
estate of Frederick It. Lente, deceased. All
persons ha ving any demands against the es
tate of said deceased are hereby notified to
present the same to the undersigned, within
the time prescribed by law or this notice will
be pleaded in bar.
William K em ble Lente,
Administrator of the Estate of Frederick D.
Lontc. deceased, Palatka, Florida.
Sheriffs Sale.
Uy virtue of a certain writ of fieri facias
issued out of the circuit, court for the county
of Putnam in favor of M C. Goodson and again
st II. W. Klieker bens-ins? test thelsth day oleic
tober. 1sk", I have levied upon and will oiler for
sale at the front door of the Court House in
the city of Palafka o i the 4th day of May, a. d.
lfS3. witiiin riie legal hours of sale, the follow
ing deserdied property, to-wit: Lot Xo. 10 block
;H I'alatka, bounded north by south line of
Lemon street and 5) feet thereon, bounded
east by lot No. 11, Glisson's lot. and south by
lot Xo. i, west by lot o. 7, all in same block,
located in the city of Pulaika, county of Put
nam, state of Florida.
Geo. J. Zeiivbar. Jk..
Sheriff Putnam Co.
Notice.
In the matter of the Estate of A. H. Johns,
late of Hradlord county, Florida, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that I will apply to
the honorable cou.uy jjudge of Putnam county
Florida, in the town ot Palatka.on MttrchS ith,
1SS5, for an order to sell the following describ
ed lands lyin and beiii)? in 1 utnam county,
Florida, which belong to said estate to:wit:
J.ots Xuinbcr one (1) and two (2) in section
fourteen (U and lot number tiwe t5) in section
eleven (II) township number nine (!) south of
range number twenty-three CJ;i east contain
ing one hundred and thirty-two (VxD acres
more or less.
Said sale lieing made for distribution among'
the heirs and set tlement of the estate.
February 2lth, IHS.V J. M. Johns.
Executor of the Estate of A. II. Johns, late of
llradford county, Florida, deceased.
SjARRION HOTEL
AND
REST .V UK ANT .
European fc Amcrlean Plan
Cor. Water and Keid sts., Palatka, Fla.
Conveniently located to all Railroads and
Steamers.
FINEST RESTAURANT IN FLORIDA
Open Day and Xight.
J. W. MARiUON & SON,
Proprietors
VARIETY STORE !
A. USIPJA,
Water f-t., I'alatka, Florida,
Has ju t received a ft: Itie of
CrocKery, Glassware, Lamps and
amp Fixtures,
Tinware, Tags, Dolls, Etc..
And a thousand and one Novelties and useful
articles. Give me a call and exam
ine iuv Low Prices.
Liftl'
I Would Inform the Public that I am
Prepared to Build
Tanks & Cisterns
In the Best Manner
And on Short Notice.
llailroad Tanks a specialty. Only best ma
chinery used, and tlrst-class work guaranteed.
.A. L. ,T03Vi:s-,
Near J. T. & K. W. It. U. Depot.
lfTERLACHEft.
Jas.M.M.Erskine,
-DEALER IN
Hay,Grain,Fertilizers,Etc.
Lime, Plaster, IJrielf,
Cotton Seed Meal, Etc.,
Intcrlaolien, Florida.
SAMUEL J. BARSTOW
ARCH ITECT
Plans and Specifications Prepared
At Reasonable Rates.
Office, back of Opera House!
.Tas. F. Jacksox. W. S. Jackson-.
BUILDER'S MILL.
JACKS0N4 JACKSON,
Late cf Philadelphia, Penn.,
I Carpenters, Contractors, Builders,
i f! ntmots taken for the largest to the small
est brick and frame buildings. Door and
wit dow framc3 for brick or frame buildings
I ma le to order. Mouldings, sawed and turned
' ls'uien kept ou hand. Scroll sawing and
I ni-ning to order. Mill. Orange Street, near
! F uith, p latka, Florida.
ORANGE GROVE
A grove which bore 75.(VO tine oranges In
Fsi within four miles of Palatka. frees
healthy and growinj finely. Willi sold for
Sj.o.W it tttkun oon. Apply t this office.
A. G. PHILIPS
JEWELRY,
Clocks, Silver-ware, Stationery,
Books, Newspapers and
Florid
Je-welry-;,
Cor, Lemon and Front fts.
Hi
IN CAPT. R, R. REID'S BRICK BLOCK,
HARDWARE STORES,
Paints and Oils and House Furnishing GGods,
Sash, Doors
UTinniiit? ml 3?iio-JIttinj executed on
41ioit IVoticfo sit Kcasonahlc Terras.
MOTHER'S
FRIEND!
i This
valuable
prepa-
al -r i ration
is trulv
a tri
NO iVIOre I errOr I umph of scientific skill.
and no more inestima
, ; bio benefit was ever he.
Nf) MflPP Pain 1 istowd on the mothers
nu iiiuio of the world.
i f S It not onlv short
NO WOre Danger enstho time of labor
" jandlessonstheinteiKity
of pain, but, betterthan
lO- jail, it greatly diminish
es! the danger to life of
Mnthor nr PhiM "h motlx-r and ehild,
lYIOiner Or Oniia I ,, leaves the mother
Mn a condition highly
! favorably to speedy re-
covery, and 1'ar less lia
The Dread of ble to lloodinjr, convul
sions, and other alarm.
MnTiirnnArtn syniitons incident
mOTHERHOOD tolinerindan d painful
labor. Its truly won
JTransfvrraed to
derful eftieacy in this
respect entitles The
Mother's Kkikn'd to lie
r.inked as one of the
life-saving appliances
HOPE
riven to the world by
the discoveries of mod-
AND jern science.
I rem the nature cf
ithe case it will of course
be understood that we
k-annot publish certili-
JOY I
(cates coneerninsr this
! Uev.edv without woun
Idinfr the delicacy of the
r. f , i r i writers. Yet we have
baiety and taseinuudredsot suchtesti-
imonials on tile, and no
-TO-
(mother vho has once
lused it will ever asrain
o re . be without it in her
buttering Women. mme of trouble.
A Prominent physician lately remarked to
the proprietor, that if it were admissible to
make public the letters we receive, the Moth
er's f riend would out sell anvthiiif? in the mar
ket." I most earnestly entreat every female ex
pecting to be confined to use Mother's Krieud.
Coupled with this entreaty I will add that dur
tnsra Ions obstetrical practice (forty-four
years) I have never known it to fail to pro
duce a safe and ipiiek delivery.
II. J. HOLMES, M, !., Atlanta, Ga
Send for our Treatise on ''Health aud Hap
piness of Woman;" mailed free.
ItUADt'IKr.D KKOUr.ATOR CO.,
Atlanta, Ga.
WE ARE READY
To Supply the Public With
Boots and Shoes
Of the Latest Styles
And Best Make.
Our stock is new throughout, and the goods
will be sold at the lowest possible prices.
H. L. GREEN & CO.
Bishop & Kean Block, Lemon Street.
P. CUNNEELY,
IMPORTKR OF
FineWin8S,Mpors
Etc., Etc.
Acker, Merrall & Co.'s
CJlioico 13riinlH of
Imported Segars
Billiard and Bowling
Parlors Attached
Water Stkeet. - - PALATKA, FLA.
HIGLEY & SMITH
cor.isssiorj
ERCHAf TS
Cv"NSIGNMEXTS OF
Oranges k Lemons
QOLTCITF.n. WILL REPACK AND PUT !
O Fruit in good merchantable condition. '.
We can load ears at our doors for all markets, j
which gives us excellent advantages in hand- j
linjf fruit. I
IVIRS. J.A. SITHj
Millinery,
And Fancy Goods,
Lemon Street,
Pulatlca,
- lTloritln.
Good Lands Cheap.
40 acres 2 nii'es from Keuka $10
W acres 1 mile from Keuisa. $15
H acres 3-4 mile from Keuka lfi
4a acres 14 miie from Keuka $'20
10 ten acre lots in town each
5 two acre lot in town each SIKt
town lots, a'd that's ieft 525 to Sinti
Will dividu to euit. Come and sco for j-our-elf.
Eo. KiHur, Wuk, 11a.
3
lilt O 9 Sil
A ZDnT JEl!
and Bl
s
A CHILD !
My Uttle sorv now seven years old, broke
ou twl en a babe three weeks old with what the
doctors called eczema, bcsrimiinfr on the head
and gradually spreading over his whole body.
He was treated for live years or more by va
rious physicians without relief, and the" little
boy's health was completely broken down.
About a year airo I wns induced to ue on him
Swift's SH'ci!ic, and two bottles cured him
sound and well, and there has tven no sign of
a return of the disease. K. (). Hoj.mks.
Talbotton, Cia., .Sept. 1-, lsi.
Poisoned by a Nurse.
Some eisrht years afo 1 was inoculated with
poison by nurse who infected niv babe with
blood taint. The little child lingered along
until it was about two years old, when iis lit
tle life was yielded up to the fearful poison.
For six lonir years 1 have suSeied untold mis
ery. I was covered with sores and ulcers from
head to foot, and in my great enitremitv 1
prayed to die. 'o lanuasre cau express "my
feelings of woe during those lontr six years.
I had the best medical treatment. Several
physicians successively treated me. but all to
no purpose. The Mercury and Potash seemed
to add fuel to the avvtul (lame which was de
vouring me. About three months airo was
advised to .-rt8Fs-r.-.J n.-rand felt hoie
try Swift's .0. 1X1"! a gain revho
Specific- .- ;-?WV.0-fcil, ,y breast:
We did so,1 r, ....... h'i''- iwj.llt jilas!
alas! we we had spent eo much fur medical
treatment t hat we were too poor to buv it.
Oh: the agony of that moment! Iieaith'and
happiness within your reach, but too poor to
grasp it. I applied, however, to those who
were able and willing to help me, and I have
taken Swift's Specific, and am now sound and
well once more. Swift's Specific is the best
blood purifier in the world, and the greatest
blessing of the age.
Greenville, Alii., Sept. f, Mas. T. W. Lee.
A UruBslst for . Years.
Ariit'H.v. Ala., Sept. 8. 1SS4.-I am an old
pharmacist, and have had to do largely with
blood diseases lor over t went v-five years. I
have dealt in all kinds of blood purifiers, and
do not hesitate; to say that Swift's SpeeilU: is
the best and has given more general satisfac
tion then any other I have ever handled.
Swift's Specilie is an excellent tonic, and as
an autidote for maiaria has no superior.
Many ladies are using it as a tonic for-veneral
debility, and lind it the most saf isfactorv one
ever used. I have been dealing in Swift'3
Specific lor five years or more, and am satis
lied that I do not place too high an estimate
upon its merits. G. W. Dixox.
lrt-foriletl 1- PhysSelans.
I have prescribed Swift's Specific in many
cases of Wood Poison find as a general tonic,
and it has made cures after all other remedies
had failed. K. M. Stui(.k:.,nd, M. I).,
Cave Spring, Ga-,
Treatise on Blood and Skin Disease mailed
free. Thk Swira Spkcifk; Co.,
Drawer o, Atlanta, Ga.
RElARGAINS!
IX
1EW FURNITURE
BY ATTENDING THE
Closing Out Sale
OF
Cor. Ianrel & iv iililmil .sts.
All goods must be sold within the ne.t week
or two no matter at what sacrifice.
Calhoun, Gillis & Calhoun
INSURANCE AGENTS.
REPRESENT THE
HOME INSURANCE COMPAXT.of New York,
THE "SUN," of London,
THE NEW TOBK UNDERWRITERS,
THE GERMANIA,
THE FACTORS & TRADERS, of New Orleans,
THE ACCIDENT, of North America,
THE EQUITABLE (Life.)
FRESH MEAT MARKET
Oldest Establishment in Town
REST OF
NEW YORK BEEF
AND
KENTUCKY MUTTON
A LWAYS ON HAND, DRESSED POUL
iv try received daily. Cail at the old stand
on Lemon street.
t-"Ordcrs filled at any hour of the day.
50,000 Orange Trees Kor Sale.
5,000 Rudded Trees, at rt cents each.
o.lVii) " " " i "
5.i) " " " 5 " "
lrt.tnio " " " -i "
Soe41in,r " " lOtoSV. "
These trees have 1-een prow 11 on liijfh pine
land, and buds selected from the choicest bear
ing tree on the St. John? river (stocks three
years oh.'-. Nursery in I'alatka Heights, 01:0
mile from wharves.
Address: W. C. H ARC ROVE.
sej.ilm r-iiiatka, F;a.
! FACTS VS FANCY.
Facts sro. that Harry Heath makes a speci
: ally of difficuit repairing of tine watches.
1 cleans jewelry, chronometers, all kinds of
i nautical. 9 uruieal. electrical and medical in
i struments, aud understands all complicated
; mechanical combinafions and how to repair
; them. As to fancy, the ladies fancy the way
j he finishes his jewelry repairs, which come
j out new every tim. "For fine work always
; take it to Harry H.ath, in the Caihoun block
' on Lemon street. Pa'atka, Fla.
IT. S ITast 31nil Steamer
FOR
PALATKA AND ALL LANDINGS
ON
Upper t. Joiius Ilivoi-,
TAMPA, MANATEE RIVER,
Key West, Havana & New Orleans.
DOUBLE DAILY DEPARTURES.
PEOPLE'S LINE STEAMERS, j
Steamers H. 11. Plant, of the People's L
and City of Jacksonville, of the Delia
15aya Merchants' Line, will run as folio
Leaving the DeBary-Baya Line wharf at f
of Laura street:
Leave Savannah Florida and West
ern Railway wharf. Jacksonville,
Uaiiy. on arrival of Fast Mail train. .12:30 p m
Leave Jacksonville 2:;ie p m
Iave PiilutKa S:(0 p m
Leave Astor l;- a m
Arrive fanford. South Florida Rail
road wharf T:'jo a m
Arrive San ford. City wharf 8:;i) a m
Arrive Enterprise 9:U n m
Leave Enteriiriso y;3u um
REll'HMSO.
Leave Sanford, City wharf . . 2:00 p m
Leave Sanford, South F'orida Rail
road wharf on arrival of train (ex
ec, t on Sundays, when steamers
will leave at 11 a. m. ), 3:4" p ra
Leave DeLand a:'M pm
Leave Astor 7:U." p m
Leave I'alatka VI "0 a m
Arrive at Jacksonville 5:."0 a m
Connect'njf at Palatka with Florida Soutli
ern Railway; at Astor with St. Johns and
Lake ttustis Railway; at. Sanford with steam
ers for Indian River, ami with trains of the
South Florida Railroad for Tampa, connect
ing at this point on alternate davs with steam
ers for points on the Manatee River, and with
the .steamships Hutchinson and .Morgan, for
Key West and Havana, every Saturday on ar
rival of South Florida Railroad train, arriving
at Key West Sundays and Havana on Mon
days. Rcturninp, steamships leave Havana Wed
nesdays, Key Wot Thursdays, ariivinjr at
Tampa Fridays and New Orleans on Sundays.
To connect with steamer leaving Tampa
riday morninjr, passengers for New Orleans
must le in Tampa Thursday nitrht.
Steamers Chattahoochee and Jennie Lane,
of the People's Line, and Everglade, of the
DeOary.liaya Merchant's Line, leave Jackson
ville daily (Saturday excepted), from People's
Line wh irl, at ti p. m. Returninir, leave San
ford dai.'y ( Mondays excepted), at 9 a. m.
Racing by the boats t this company is
strictly prtihihited. For further particulars
lmiuireof JOHN 11RADLEV, Chief Clerk,
Office, Wayeross Steamboat wharf,
Jacksonville, Fla
5t. DAVIDSON,
Oeueral Trathe Agent, Astor Building,
C. D. OW ENS, Traffic Manager,
Savannah, Ga.
H. S. HAINES, Oenoral Manager,
Savannah, Ga.
DE BARY-BftYA
Merchant's Line
ST. JOHNS RIVER STEAMERS SIDE
WHEEL LOW PHESSUKK PALACE
STEAMERS UUILT OF i RON.
garryingTheu. s. mail
1 tK. ft
Tmioron Fast Mail.
The elegant iron compartment Palace Steam
ers CITY OF JACKSON VI LLE, of the Deliarv
lfcjya Merchant's Line, ai d H. I!. PLANT, of
the People's Line, will perform the Fast Mail
Service, leaving S., F. and W. Railway Com
pany's wharf at 1 m., and De Rary-liaya Mer
chants Line wharf, foot of Laura street, daily
p. m for Palatka, Astor, DeLand,
Illue Springs, Sanford and Enterprise- Re
turning loaves Sanford at 3 p. rn., arriving at
Jacksonville early next morning, making
elose connections with trains forall points
North, Eat and West,
TfiKOtjari Fast' Freight.
Leaves Jacksonville daily, Saturday excepted
at 5 p. m. for Srmford. Enterprise, and all in
termediate landings. Sunday steamer leaves
at 1 p m. Steamer Rosa leaving Jacksonville
Wednesdays anil Thursdays, touches at High
land Park both ways. Returning, leaves San
ford at 9 a rn, arriving at Jacksonville early
following morning.
Jacksonville and Palatka, Division
Fast Mail.
' The elegant, palace saloon steamer Sylvan
Glen, leaves Palafka daily, except Sunday, at
s a m; arrives at Jacksonville 1:311 p in. leaves
Jacksonville daily except Saturday and Sun
day, at 2:1.j, arriving at Palatka at 7:15 p m.
Palatka asd Sanfoku Daylight Division.
New and elegant Iron Palace Steamers
FREDDeUARY and ANITA leave Palatka
daily, Sunday excepted, at 10:12 a. m., on arri
val of J., T. and K. W. Railway Fast Express
Train with Parlor Cars attached, leaving Jack
sonville at 8:10 a. m., for Sanford and Enter-prise-and
Intermediate landings. Returning,
leaves Sanford at a. in., arriving at Palat,
ka at ti:l" p. in., connecting with Fast Express,
arriving at Jacksonville at H:30 p. m.
Eiegant Waiting Rooms, with ad modern
improvements, will be found at Passenger
wharf.
Close connect ion made at Palatka with the
Florida Southern Raiiroad; at Astor with St.
Johns and Lake Eustis Railroad: at Sanford
with South Florida Railroad, for Orlando,
Kis-immee, Tampa, Key West and Intermedi
ate points, and with steamers for Indian River.
For further information apply to Ticket
Office, southeast corner Bay and Laura, or at
the company's offices, foot of Laura street.
Freight wharves foot of Pine street; passenger
wharves foot of Laura Street
CHAS. Is. FENWICK.
Gen. Freight and Pass. Ae-eut.
H. T. BAY A, GEO. CECIL. JR.,
General Manager. Assistant Manager.
Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West
Railway.
"GEM CITV" ROUTE.
THE ONLY ALL RAIL LINE BETWEEN
JACKSONVILLE & PALATKA. THREE
HOURS THE QUICKEST TO
JACKSONVILLE.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS:
OOIN'O SOUTH.
Lv. Jacksonville. .. .S:10a m 1:15 p m i:?,") p m
" Orance Park K:37 " Hi " S:tiO "
' Green Cove Spg..(:"5 " 2:07 " o:o0 "
Ar. Palatka l.hfcj - 3.01 p. m. C:xi "
GOING FORTH.
Lv. Palatka M" a m 12:10 p m d-.1V, p m
Greeti Cove .:! " 1:15 " 7::S "
Orange Park... 10:2t " 1:4! " 8:07 "
Ar. Jacksonville.... M:.-.-, " 2:'.:) " H:i0 "
Tlie Sunday train leaves I'alatka at 8:45
a. m. for St. Augustine and Jacksonville. R -turning
leave Jacksonville at 4:30 p. m., St.
Augustine 4:A) p. m.
The St. Johns' Railway makes direct con
nection at West Tocoi, to and from
ST. UGUSTirVE.
The 12:10 p. m. train from Palatka and 1:15 p.
in. train from Jacksonville make connection
at Palatka with the Florida Southern R'y.. to !
and from Gainesville, Oeaia, Leesburg arid in-
termediafe points. j
A Pullman Sleeping Car leaves Palatka dai
ly except Sunday at 6.S6 p. rn- for Wif-hington,
without change. Reservation ami through
tickets on sale at ticket office in Palatka station !
M. R. MOKAN, 1
suit. I
March Bth, ISS5.
. f
Masonic Building, Lemon Street1
HAVING purchased the stock and business of Dr. R. S. Priddy, and having also purchased
a very large stock new drugs, etc., are prepared to till all orders promptly. Prescriptions
carefully compounded.
WM. J.WINEGAR.
President.
R. J ADAMS,
Vice-President.
OlrJ1 PALATKA.
Successors to Vm. J. Winegar & Co., Bankers.
PAID TJT CAPITAL $50,000.
A General Hanklns BiislnessTransaetcd. BuysandBolIt
JPoi-cIhtix Ixehange. Correspondents: New York Xlrst IVa
tlonal liunk) Importers ami Traders, Uostoii) Jlnverlek
National llank.
FOR SALE
Florida Southern Railway Company,
SITUATED IN THE COUNTIES OF
Colmili, Ursullord, Oln-, X'ntiiam, Ahielmn, Lory,
3Xmion, Oraiifre, !"siimtM Iloi-iisintlo, IIillMlox-oug-li,
15ieviI, Unlfei,l?ollc iintl Manatee.
Consisting of the finest Orange, Farming and Grazing Lands in the State of Florida. Trloe
S1.25 to $5.00 per acre, according to location.
For further information apply to Oillco Florida Southern Railway Company, Talatka, Fla.
JL.. IV. AVILKIE, . CONANT,
Cliief Clerk, Land Department. reral Manager
11AUOIIT8II
mi
WHOLESALE
Tobacco
PALATKA,
Florida Southern Railway.
The Omnj-o Celt lJoute.
OFriCE SUPERINTEXDENT,
Palatka, 1akcii
GOING SOUTH.
STATIONS.
MAII
(Jain v'lle
Express.
Lv Jacksonville via
T. & K. W. R'y....
J.
1:15 p m 1
Lv Palatka
" J. T. & K. V. J 11 net.
Arlnterlachen
" Wait's Crossing
" Gruelie
" Gainesville
" Micanopy
" Ixicfibie
" Reddick . .
" Oca la
" Weishten
" North Utke Weir,...
" fouth Luke Weir....
" Conant
" I-ady Ijike
A r Leesburg
C:X A M
;',:m;
4:15
5::r
f.:15
5:15
;r.-
ti:05
::n
f:.V
7:10
7:1'.-'
!!:L''l
'.I;M
lo 21
In:; .9
11:.'.M
11:5(1
l:.':l I
li-ll
l:.':l.H
P m
GOING NORTH.
STATION:
i Gainv'ile
I Express
Ll pin
.(. .
s-eTi :"
2:15 i"
Lv Leesbu rg
Ar Lady Lake
" Conant
" South Lake Weir...
" North Lake Weir....
" Welshton
" Oca la
" Reddick
' Loch bio
" Jiscanopv
" Grutdle
" Gttinesville
" Wait's Crossing
" Interhe'hen
" J. T. - K. W. Junct.
" Palatka
Jacksonville via J.T.
;i K. W. R'y
7: ! .
7. v
I S:0.J
s:l'l
8::i4
ft:;'W
u;;.o
10-'0
2:4S
;t:IV
.1:."7
4:1 !
5.15
4:4:1
n:'!5
prn
11:11)
!'!:.VI
ll:i
5:4 I
8:ej
12:15 prn
1&U "
:!0
TRAINS LEAVE GAINESVILLE.
For Palntka,
Ocala,
Leesburg, and Mieanopy.'J
j 8:55 p m"
5 )3:45 pra
TRAINS ARRIVE AT GAINESVILLE
From PwlHtka,
Ocala,
1 T0:1 A M
11:10 PM
On Suntlnv? ti f:'.s rtHcnr-r train will i.o run:
leaving Palatka at 7 W a m. eoiin -ctiinr u iih
train for I.ecsbursr at Gruel e, an arriving lit
Gainesville at 10 ' i m.
Iiavitig Gainesville at 4 00 pra. cnnnMinx
with train from fxH-slmrg at Gruclle, and ar
riving at Palatka at ti :'0 f m.
CONNECTIONS.
At Palatka with Jacksorvlile. Tampa i Key
West Ry, fast river stwimcrs for St. Au
gustine. Green Cove Springs. Jacko'ivi; e
and all points North, East ami V,"f;t nnl with
up river steamers for South Florida. A hi
with the Twin Screw Iron St.ntnser "City r.f
Palrttka," anil Steamship C:tv of Monticello,
for Charleston, New York iioston Pl. ,iad'i
ptiia. etc.
Mail trains rnake elose cenneetion both wrjs
via J. T. 4 K. W. R'y.. hi Jacksonville with At
lantic Coast Line, Fast Mail,
At Wait's Crossing with Florida Rjulroad
and Navigation Co., for Waldo.
At Gaim-sville with Savannah. Florida &
Western R'y for Tallahie-see, Savannah nril aii
points North Fast and West, and with Florida
Railway and Navigation Co.. ff.r Ceda- Key.
Pcnsacola, New Orleans and Tampa.
At OcKla with Florida hailwuy nnd Navigy.
tion Co.. end Hacks for Silver Suringa.
At Leesburg with the St. Jdut- and LaVt
testis division of the Florida Southern l.a.!
way, and txaits on Lake Hnrrw !o. fi!iitson
Lake. Also with Graham's H k for Rrooks
ville, Suuiten-iile and ail jwiints ie South Flor
ida. S. CONANT, JAS.D. HOLLISTER,
GenemI Manager. Superintendent.
O. W. BEOSfWEIX. GenT Pw. A ger.t
Groceries
Mill
F. P. MERSEREAU,
Assistant Cashier.
BY THE
AND RETAIL
an'd Cigars
mARVICK & GERKE
Stair Building Department under the
Supervision of B. Ilcvr.
3
W. B. CROSS,
Gem City Market,
Dealer In all Kinds ot
Northern and Florida Meats,
I'oultry ami Game,
Fresh and Sait Water Fish.
USINA'S BLOCK, WATERSTREE1 1
LUCAS' BOATS.
STEAM YACHTS for CHARTER
rpHP:pF, YACHTS are in Prst-elass order, of
X fast speed, and ate in charge of careful
and competent crews.
now iifA'rf-i.
New Rout for hire at a!' hours, with good
Oiin-men, when desired. I tout 8 on hand tojuit
the fancy of all, and in nurn'.n rs to siippiy il
demands.
I-"I-:itlVY llOAT.
Leaves Lucas' dock every thirty minute
for groves on opposite side of river. Trlp
made quickly anil safely.
J. E. LUCAS,
Foot of Water Street, near
J., T. it K. W. R. R. Dpct.
XWL.
An Independent Newspaper of Dem
ocratic Principles, but not Controlled by
; any Set of Politicians or Manipulators;
; Devoted to Collecting and Publishing ail
the News of the Day in the most Inter
! esting Shape and with the greatest pos
! sible Promptness, Accuracy and impar
j tiality; and to the Promotion of Derno
j cratic Ideas and Policy in the affairs o'
I Government, Society and Industry.
1 Rate, by Mail, Postpaid:
I DAILY, per Year - $5 CO
j DAILY, per Month 50
! SUNDAY, per Year ; l 03
! DAILY and SUNDAY per Year - - - . 7 00
WEEKLY, per Year 1 00
AddrtM, THE BW, TSmm Torh City.
IT. G. PAYNE,
Cashier.

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