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THE DAILY NEWS-PALATKiV, FLORIDA, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 14, 1837.
THE DAILY NEWS l'UU L.Y VEOETAII lX- I It act with extraordinary eOcacy o the L IVER. KIDNEYS and BOWELS. Bo Effectual Ppeeiflc for Malaria. bowel Complaints, Dyspepsia. Sica HMdauhc, Constipation. liiiiutuMiwM, Kidney Affect ion a. Jaund ice. Meutal Depression, Colic Best Family Medicine, No Household Should He Without It, and, by tenia- hep ready for immediate use. will iMVf many an hour of suffering and uia.iy a dollar io time and dot-tora' bill. THERE IS BCT ONE SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. see that you rou vet tne irenulne with red L on front of wrapper. Prepared only ry J. H. Z vILIN A CO., Sole Proprietors. Philadelphia -. t-Prive.SljJO. ta-H-iialy LOST AT SEA. A firmer grasp upon the thrashing sail essayed. A misstep ou the ley covered foot ropea made. A futile snatch at wind blown lines, a piercing cry. 7 rushiuc gale and seething wares beard mock- Intrly. A breathless midair flight and swift engulfing With strangling pressure on the chest and heart apiiall ; a slow, slow rising through the all enclosing deep Vol .1 uutxi morn is felt the night wind in Us sweep. the atnii-elc of a puny arm against the waves Wnile despair in its sudden coming madness raves. A ttaou;Hi of home and loved ones, age bowed mother, wife. A gani. and curliuir created waves have closed the Ur'fe. , C. 8. Williams. km n. It wita labt Christinas that I first met anil fell in love with Elfie; it was last C'lirittinu-i that 1115 devoted humble ad- jiisrution ;f women in irenerul cliangc! in ue moment into low, devoted, humble and iiiiutier:ille, for woman or rather, tj-irl in particular. 1 i:ut Lit at n, purty at our vicar's. w Ijular I bail ewnrted my mother and sister. TIicmo vic:ir.i-'j iirtics are yearly alfuirs. to winch the prominent, Jong taldudicd inemlT of Dr. Ridg-s-ay'a llts'k arc invited; and they Wirder on the iineiiiluiul.lc. I arrived at a little pant 7 with my mother and sister, who had liotli ! i 11 i'rcs.sed and aching to he gone for tlirce-miarters of an hour. There were the usual Burns of Christmas fes tivity inside tlu vicarage: "A Peaceful I'hriMtuuut" was in-n-ribed over the draw ing room ilior, in red paper letters, run- Tting all down at one corner; a bunch of gvet n htui-rine- from tlte hall lamp; Welcome," in holly leaves, on a white ground, lower down the luill; "A Happy New Year! in letters that began very large and ended a good deal smaller, run- mng up letuue the staircase. Miss Eidgway greeted us kindly, but as from ft great height, and supplied us with refreshment, l'asning acroas the hall we were met by the younger Miss Kidgway, Mies Lottie. I can't think how it is you come to our dreadful parties," said Miss Lottie to me. in low. confidential tones, as she acctniipuiucd us into the drawing room, They are rfectly unbearable, and dreadfully dull! I can't imagine what papa means by being so stupid. Tlie evening dragged on for a quarter - of an Ixxir or ho. Miss liidgway played a fugue, tlie like of which for difficulty ami uglineHH was never heard; Miss Lot tieHang a ballad. ' I OulyjVsk Thy Heart and Home," and a shy young man, of apoplotic appearance, put his life in im minent ta-ril over the liigh notes in Gou nod's Nazareth, I was standing near a group of doomed creatures, who were fitting tlieir aching eyes to stereoecoties, and talking in whis pers of the views thus obtained, when the drawing room door was thrown open and the last visitors urriveu a delicate, re fined looking, middle aged lady; entering behind her canio the embodiment of all my vague dreams of the beautiful, a bright creature of fancy in human form. a vision, a pshaw! I beg pardon of the practical behind Iter entered a tail, fair girl of eighteen, whose delicate skin and short, curly, golden hair were most be comingly set oil by a plain, black velvet gown. Here's Mrs. Kekl at last!' said Lot tie IUdgway. who was still beside me. They're new parishioners, . the Keids. We asked the professor, too; but his wife says he never goes to parties awful old man' 1 siippoxe you think Eltie Reid pretty? and so she is, or would be if she were not so shy and quiet. I do like a girl to have a little sparkle!" But I hail no longer any ears for Miss Lottie's confidence; I had no longer any eyes for the "sparkle" which she prized so highly in herself, and the lack of which she deplored in others. My heart leapt out from behind my dress shirt front, flew across the vicarage drawing room and went into Eltie Reid' keeping forever. 1 got an introduction to Mrs. Reid; I got an introduction to her lovely daugh ter. Armed with a large book of Italian views, I sat down la-siile the hitter. No longer was the evening dull and slow; no longer were books of views a mockery and an insult. We looked at the views together. I explained them to her. She glanced at me out of her shy, pansy blue eyes; she smiled and allowed the loveliest cf teeth; she said the views were "very tine and most interesting. She also said Tlutnk you very much for showing them to me, as I reluctantl y closed the volume. 1 don't know that slie said much more than that. When no one was speaking to Iter she sat quite still, her mittened bands folded so refreshingly calm and quiet! so fair and innocent in her simple black velvet frock, with white frills at the throat and dUms so dUTcreiit from the ordinary drawing room beU.es, who must needs always be biting their liiw to show how pretty and red they are, and flash ing and winking tlieir eves to sliow how large and bright they are; ogling, grin ning, struggling, grimacing, and, in tlieir ridiculous consciousness of beauty, going almost as near spoiling that beauty as even tlieir rivals could wish! Such was my first rneetinir with Elfie. In tin- weeks that followed I set all my ingenuity to work and ingenuity urged on by kve develops to wonderful ex tent to improve my acquaintance with the Reid family. 1 haunted the neigh borhood of their hotuse. On one or two ucvafions I had the good fortune to en counter Mr?. Reid and her daughter in their own square, and my slavish devo tion on tliese meetings was at length re warded by tlie elder lady's telling me in languidly agreeable tdhes tlutt site was at home" every Thursday evening. I thought tlien, in my joy, that surely here was a royal rood to a speedy and success ful courtship. Hut after attending as inany of Mrs. Reid" Thursday evenings a 1 dared, I found myself no further on the road to Impuiness; Eltie was so quiet. so aliv. se rof frvea: never trot than "hlif a dozen words with her the whole evening. The enly i ti er member of tlie iamuy was a prodigy boy of 12, who cttended one of tlie city rrhools. and wnose gin. and calf bound prizes glittered on every shelf and table in the home drawing room. Tliis boy, Alfred by name, pos aetmrd an aopalinff and uncamy store of ir.formatio- on alrroht every u jjecu He was n constant terror to tlie young grown up visitors to ine noose, wins addicted to iwo thorn with questions, re- miri) cn nia;:!U subjects, allusions to remote and Lit!e known occurrences, and then wUdi the clTect on Li victim with a searching ind malignant eye; indeed. I have seen more than one man of iiu;xjhin. presence, tutd well advanced in years, tjtu-.U l-ro;e the imp, as, liands hi L&k-!:erlsckcr jxickets, he has taken up it-i jtkn by liim for purposes of discussion. I fear 1 played a moan part with re gard to this boy. for, with a supreme eirort, I tried to liide the burning hatred I felt for him. I even laid myself out to win hi-t friendship, listening with bland interest ss lie informed me that he in tended to get a scliolarship to Cambridge by and by. If I m not senior wrangler ana nrst Smith's prizeman wlien I'm 21 you may write fool on my foreliead! All this 1 listened to with apiiarent in terest, and was base enough to ask the dreadful child wliat profession he should cho when college days were done. Prof L-MhK :? Haven t decided yet. All tlie prorestiions.wUl be open to me, of course, but 1 slian t ueciue m a nurry. Father rather inclines toward the church; but no, tliank you! I won't be a parson. Besides, by tlie time I'm a man most likely tliere'll he no state church. Mother thinks I should sliine at tlie bar, but of course a woman s opinion s wonn notn- ing. What I sliould clioose, for my own port, I tlunk would be public lire some thing in diplomacy some official post where 1 should have a chance of being prime minister by and by. For EIHe's sweet sake did I put up with the ierorations of this intolerable urchin. For her sweet sake did I make my ap pearance at so many of their Thursday evenings iat even the professor began to know who 1 was. But I made no way with Eltie. I looked at books with her, I talked to her, and she smiled and answered in her soft voice; but she re mained a stranger. My beloved was very shy a rare and precious quality in these days and the course of true love. in my case, not only did not run smooth, but did not seem inclined to run at all I On one occasion, in a frantic endeavor to earn Miss Reid's gratitude and friend ship, I sent one of my none too plentiful sovereigns on a couple of tickets for a grand concert at St. James' hall, at which M. Ladis'itus de Thraskkeys, tne creat Polish Duuust. was to play, ana Mine. Acciacutura, of the Italian opera. was to sing. Those tickets I bore to thj Reuls house, having concoted a strange romance aliout my being connected with musical celebrities in order that I might not appear to liave bought them. I found Mrs. Reid at home, and site ac cepted tlie tickets for herself and daughter with alactrity. A day or two later. meeting both ladies out walking, and venturing to hoe the concert liad been enjoyable, it transpired that Eltie had been detained at houie that evening Dy her papa, who wanted some copying work done. My liard earned sovereign had been spent, it seemed, on providing an evetuns; s amusement lor Airs, iteia and the prodigy! V eek after week, month after month. I went on loving Elfie. Spring, early summer, passed. v iui August came my annual holiday. Should I go for the walking tour I . had planned t was uncertain, until one hot day, meeting Alfred licid in the street, and simu lating friendship for him, he let drop the following remarks: "No more school for eight weeks! Hooray We're all off to Toftburn to-morrow- except pa. and he' going to Cairo with Professor Mummery!" My holiday destination was decided on in that mo ment. I, too, would go to Toftburn. There, in tlie unconventional atmosphere of a seaside resort; there, with countless opportunities of meeting, surely surely would my courtship progress as it had never done in London. Two days later I found myself occupy ing a parlor and bedroom in Ocean Ter race, Toftburn by the Sea. I was a little low the first evening, as I ate a chop and looked round the room a littto parlor in which I seemed to liave lodged at every seaside place I had ever visited. On the walls were the trod of Lord William RntseU, and Archbishop Laud's hands coming out of a grating to bless Stafford on tlie hitter's way to execution two print:) that I have never yet been able to ei-cape In mi ui lodgings, mere was chili'ounierc with looking glass in the doors J ity looking glass, that gave you deformed leg aiul feet as you walked past it. Ou the mantel piece was a tawdry gilt clock; a gilt Cupid leaned over tlie top to iind out the tune, but never did find it out. for tlie clock had siopied. These things weighed upon my spirits, not too high liefore, and I cried in despair: "Oh, Eltie! Eltie! I sliall never win vou! Toltburn by the Sea is a gay and much frequented watering place, and prctx-nt.s precisely the same attrac tions as some dozens of its compeers. Fine people lodged there, in all the large. white house and clean, origlit squares along tlie front, and tliey swarmed every- wliere, tlieir various grown up sons and daught'-rs, in the 4Rtst and coolest of summer attire, doing a vast amount of siioeniinr. turn where l mignt in my ramhlt's in the shade of the sailing lioats drawn up on tls lieach. in the refreshing coolness of the landing place beneath tlie liir lieud. wis-re the water Ik lived in emerald green hillocks among tlio stairs and rafters I tumbled upon a striped tennis jacket making love to a spotted muslin, and beat a hastv and envious re treat. For tlie first week I was in high spirits. I met Eltie continually, sometimes with Iter mother, sometimes w ith the tirodigy I gazed at Iht; I walkinl with her. Oil, so lovely J in a navy blue yachting dress and large sailor liat! I tried to detain her liand at parting, but it was liastily flrawn away. I spent liard cash upon tlie prodigy in the form of rows, sails. and trios per excursion steamer, and earned from him, I think, some regard. But Eltie was not to be won. I knew tliat mv darling was shy; but I began to tliink slie must be indifferent as well; and my heart grew Heavier day ny dav. To add to my misery, the two Misa Ridgways and their reverend father ap peared at Toftburn. 51i--s Lottie seemed to consider me her natural and proper cavalier for tlie period of her stay, while Miss Ridgway attached herself to Mrs. Reid and Eltie. and. armed with a large volume, entitled "Object of tlie English Seashore," rend aloud to them through out the working day. Toftburn, on or dinary summer days, is lively enough. But who shall do justice to its feverish liveliness, its delirious gaycty. on a bank holiday ! I low shall I attempt to describe a first Monthly in August at that attrac tive place, when every half hourly train from London discharged its hundreds into the already crowded streets. I was in but noor spirits that day. it Li true; but I found some consolation in watching the holiday pranks of my kind. From the top of tlie west cliff, as I leaned over the rail gloomily observant, the w-hole pano rama of seething uie was otiow me, niwli a blnxinsr August sun. Alas! alas, my brothers!" I said TK tannines you seek so painfully does not exist! How much wiser to lean here on this Kuling. as I do, quietly, with your Dulse normal, and own tnai me Vor wnn-oat. "ravAnra." debilitated school teachers, milliners, seamstreaf. house keepers, and over-worked women generally. 1T. pterce's Favorite prracnptioa is ine ness of aJlFNtnrativetoaic. It ism it a -Cure-all. bat admirably fulfills a stna-lraess or purww. Y-inw m nvMt nnteol fluorine for all tbosu Chronic Weakness and Diwaars peculiar to len. It la a nowerf uL general as weu as uterine, tonic ana nervine, ami Impart vigor and strength to the whole system. It promptly cure weakness or acomacn. uwiigmrioo. oioai- weak back, nervous prostration. fc-rihty and sleeplessness. In either sex. Favorite Pre scription la sold by drugaista under our pri- ties 0ttarrw. nee wrapper smum notne. Price fl.00, or alx bottle tor $5.00. A large treatise on Disease of Women, pro fusely illustrated with colored plates and nu merous wood-cuts, sent for 10 cents in stamps. Address. World's Dispknsarv Medical association. a Main Street, iiuffalo, N. Y. MCTK HEADACHE, Bilious Headache, and Constipation, promptly cureti ty Dr. Pierce's Pellet. 2Sc a vial, by druggists. mournful puzzle scarce worth the solv- imc!" . . . It is pleasant kt it not? to stand aloof from tlie crowd, a la 'hilde Harolo, aud muse upon their folly thas I was in this frame of mind when my last evening in Toftburn arrived. I hail been in a very bad temper all day. In tlie morning I hail been entrapped into an expedition to Toftburn glen, three nid-s away.- with tne Kidgways. v. e iiau gone in a wagonette, with some menus oi theirs recently come down to Toftburn. (I had supposed the fields would be gouig when I acceited the invitation.) In exploring tlie glen, Mj-hs Kulgway talked of nothing but the "fauna and flora of the neighborhood." Hiss Lottie would linger behind tlie rest of the party and look sentimentaL And Dr. Ridgway got in a passion at lunch, and let the girls have it straight, because, in taking an enormous ute of I us nrst sanuwicn, ne found to hi sorrow that it had a triple share of mustard. Even tlie intellectual Eliza shook in her shoes at the wrath in the vicar's red face and streaming eyes. Returned from this unsought jaunt. I strolled along tlie beach. It was a warm A u trust evening. Tlie sun hail set, but tlie western sea beneath which lie h:ul dipped his burning face in hopiti to cool it. was still all crimson: the eastern sea was cold and silver gray, flowing onward, onward to me as I stood and watch-d it, a few bars of grey cloud lying alstve its horizon. Tlie sands were almost ih-sertc I. The children and their nurses who formed tlie chief lieach pomilation. were gon away. Tlie pier, the iiarade, and the luarium claimed all the evening world of Toftliurn. Round me were the sand heaps, towers, and castles which the children luid reared so busily during the day. doomed to be obliterated by the evening tide. Seated at tlie foot of the cliff, in a quiet spot, where the chit's ran out at either--side and cut me off from all the world, I gave way to melancholy. Suddenly, round the projecting cliffs to my right, a tall, slim figure m white aj peared end strolled slowly along the sands by tlie margin oi tne sea, loosing oui over the silvery expanse of water my beautiful, my beloved, my fcJhe, who, I feared, was never to lie mine! Far out in the shallow water I was also aware of the prodigy, condescending to liend his mighty toul to so childish and human a sport as wailing and fishing with a largo net for possible marine monsters. 'I will not go to Ikt, I said; ! will have her in peace. She does not guess hat loving eyes are watching her. Darling. I only tease you with my pres ence, lhe love you aid not want ana never guessed at slrull not lie confessed to you you would only be distressed. Bu if I live a century I shall never live it down. Oh, my little girl! if you could have cared for me! if I might even have dared to tell you all you are tome!" Tlie shin white figure strolled along by the margin of the evening sea. 4 Once slie stood looking out to the horizon, and then traced idly with the point of her closed sunshade on th sand. Tlie prodigy was lagging behind, absorlied in his net fishing, and slie was waiting for him. all unconscious of tlie gaze fol lowing her every movement so intensely. Her back was to me. And now the was bending down, tracing with more method in the sand tracing letters there, it would seem. I was too far off even to guess at wliat she was writing, but why did a sudden thrill run through me as I watclnil that sunsliade's point working so busily? Why did I rise, my recent resolve for gotten, and with heart throbbing and eyes staring hi fact, feeling like nothing but a great thumping heart and a great star ing eye approach silently.even stealthily, tlie spot where she stood? Slie had completed it, whatever it was ahe had written. She was looking at it now. Quick! quick! a little ft was already extended to erase it! Silently, stealthily, still unguextied at, I covered tho few yards that were all now intervening between us. It was a name she liad written there a Christian nanuand sur name. Whose? oh, whose? She was still looking at them, thinking herself in er fect solitude. And now I had reached her. I looked over her shoulder. And tlie name in the sand oh, joy! joy! joy ! it was mine! Ten minutes later I am walking along the beach with my darling on my arm. and she knows I have loved her since first I met her, and I know that she was only shy, not cold; and that her dear heart is given me in exchange for my own. Twdight Is falling on Toftburn sea. The prodigy is busy out in the shallows. oblivious of us. I he lights are com ing out on tlie pier, the band is tit fully audible. A gay crowd is pouring on to find an evening's amusement. e will not go among them, my own sweet heart and I. Light and music and a gay. chattering crowd are not for us. ho, liand in hand, have just entered fairyland. Slowly we stroll along the quiet sands. At our feet breaks a c:ilru, silvery even ing sea. with a soft murmur. nly less unchanging antl eternal tlian our love. J. Garvey in Home Chimes. Superiority or ll Inn linns. ExiTienced gun makers and artillerists liave recently admitted tliat the stit-l rille has not fulfilli-d tlie primuses made for it. The Krupp guns, if which we liear so much, liave never yet been subjected to such high pressure as liave la-en applied to cast iron guns, and experience has shown it would not he safe to put them through such tests. Indeed, tlie cast iron smooth liore guns which have Ucn con verted into rules by tlie insertion of Tought iron rilled cylinders liave len fired under a pressure fullv three tunes as great as it had been thought advisable to subject steel guns of the same caliber to. Scientific American. Flooding Usil la Algeria. The project of flooding a portion of Algeria from tlie sea lias been aliandoned, but it seems that large tracts may be covered with water from other sources. De Lesseps reports to the French academy that a single artesian well bored in 1685 i yielding some 2,000 gallons a minute. and has formed a conshleral Je lake thirty feet deep, rechuniing from 1,200 to 1,.j00 acre of wasteland. Arkansaw Traveler. fraaea Pspla la tha West. The number of French people in the weatcrn hemisphere is 344,000, divided chiefly as follows: United States. 106.972; Mexico. 15,000; Hayti, 15.000; Chili, 8,314; Argentine Republic, 153,000; Uru guay. 14.375; BrazU, 6,1 OS. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. c. J joeph. r. c M. Hr, c r Architeet. City and .o.furveyor. Joseph Hnsson, CIVIL ENGINKliK?, Snrveyor and Archltert. 1:nv ir spkcipipathins kok m.l kinds of liuildlngM. Complete Set .f .ov- ernmeiit ie. otc oi tne tiuij Town Platted and Ijin.l Unea ilettiutely e-ti.:li,iM-.l. All Work li.iMrmn.fU. hums 3 and 4. Munume lllo. it. i-itlarka. Kla- JOS. r. IALDWI.1. CAMPBIXI-C.COCHSAS. ISaMwin A: Corhraii, CKII.I. BI-ILIilXO..... .. FKOXT fTKF.ET. E. It. McKean, ATTORNEY AT LAW A XII Xotarj- FuMir State of Florida. Fr -t Street, f ite Putnam House PA LATXA. UKI OA. David It. Lewis. Civil Engineer. T MLKOAIlS. WATKIt SCPPhV, I.AXI I liranuige and Sewerage. S-cial atU-nlMn given tosiiiiitary iinpnrtt-iucnt. P. 1 1. address- Seville. Ha. o.-JS-ImilAw BF.N-I. Pl-T.IA CAI-HorS. IIIVINO ti Hour. w. hit Calliouii, Davis (Wilis, ATTORNEYS AT LAW,, PAI.ATKA. FI.OKIHA. Will practice in Stale and Federal Courts. Wm. Thompson, L A W Y E R A X li NOTARY PUBLIC. Commissioner of Heed for New York. tSic'Uil intention given to ing, l(iiiinr and Selling Lamis and tiou of Tith-s. rtiveyanv-F.xaiuina- lints. M. Hilliard A. Co., (Siit-c-esMors to Baldwin & Cochran.) FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS. Onice-lala1ka National Bank Ituilding PALATKA, FLollIIlA. lWf All elsxses of Fire Insurance placed in reiiulile companies at adequate rates. K-W4xt EDUCATIONAL. PALATKA College of. Music. 4 I.I. MtTSICAI. KKANfHF.S TATdlT. it Tlmr r. ugh Instruction in Vocal and In strumental Muie. Voice Hinhiiiig. naiian Siiitring. r Terms in Advauu. t5.iw per month . MISS A LICK DAMKIUIN, Teacher of Instrumental MISS KATi: I.. 1I KKIIMAN. Vocal Teacher t v" I.erat .n Stret, opposite Erpres rnd fel-tf Telegraoh llli-es- LIQUOR DEALERS. P. CUNNEELV. Merchant, A(iENT FOR DUFFY'S MALT WHISKEY, WATBR STKFRT - PALATKA. MISCELLANEOUS R. J. Rl OLD KEI.IAIU.E ! i JEWELER,; i Has Just received a large Stock of j Watches Mocks and Jewelry.' lT REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. ; Gold ani Silver Plating;.! FKONl STHF.KT, A IHMIKS I I'OST-tiFFICK. FROM PALATKA HARNESS SHOP ! riMiE omTv v.xi i.rsivF.r.v hakxess 1 itrsiNis in the crrv. M:iiiiif:M'- tureraiHl Ih-Hlerin llari-!. Saddles, Itridles, Collars, Vliiw. Snr, Axle tln-asc, :. ic. IlaiKi-Maiie ilai nesM constuiill) oil hand and toorh-r. Our Machine-Mle Harness Is of rood ma terial mid workmanship; not "ma.lc for lhe S4HltllTll trmle." Ilarnew nl. ri.V -r yallon (in hulk). Kennrinir liejitl IIM. Onh.TS lv umil promptly attended to. R. C. SANDERSON, LEMON ST.. OPl-OSiTE PIT.NAM HOI SE PALATKA. FLOItlliA. aixVHm BRICK! Georgia Brick. rielivered in Pnliitka for f0.T3 per M., and to other iKiutM in Florida for LLNS than any otlu-r First-Cliw lieomia ItrK-k. We have advaiitaire in freijrht. Write us. Flint River Brick Yard, Albany, Ca. NEW GOODS. L. II. & W. . 3I0UUILL TTAVB jrST RECEIVED A LA KG E AND XI Complete Stock of STKAW HATS LIGHT STIFF HATS, CENTS FURNISHING C00BS, PANTS AD BLUE SUITS. W Onlers reeeived for Custom and Ready rru.le Suits. Full line Earl Wilson Linen Col ars and Cun. A. J. BEACH 5 SON. Nurserymen PALaTKA, .i'IA.. LL FRCITS GROWN SUITED TO THIS I climate, tw Cataloa-ue free " - ft Windsor Hotel, .WINTKK UKSOKT, J ACKSONV II.I.K IMlKlll.t. ime nt the .V- Csfrtil iml f..inr-.tl.r HUtU in the 1'ititfl Shit.. I'be Windsor was enlarirol last senson and 1 has accom mania! ioiw for four hundred ablest. - Fir Ihr Srtum.H ,f ls7- thr H f.VSOf n7l la Kiru ' olr, ut r.a thr. lime m ntiuij until " rnirn in, trill tmiKr &iriiil ?tir lltth (i an iiilnrr wutliiTi.iiruhiriiu to t'htrulii utrln in the Sxb.il!. Its lH.itHin. fa in if east on' the City I'ark, south on Monroe street and north n llutal street, is I lie IIIH-st ill Jjii ksollt lite. K.s.iiis with Ixiili, parlor miles, elevator, stlll le-at. mis, eli-. Musu- u!l-rihMjfi and e-niuir. EQUINOX HOUSE SI M M Kit KKS0KT. MAX IIIISTFK .. I I U not taken. HtMtlXT. . 11. OltVlS. tiCA-!m THE CARLETON, Talatka. Florida. AJ DHKW SI I K 111-: V. PltoPHIETolt. l.alts,$ .r0lo$:5 iVr Day LEGAL. Not itt'. I.I. PKUSOXS IX I iKIfTEIiToTIIE I.ATF . III hi ol Kit himisiii & Co., or A. SI run-.. soci-cssor. are itereiiy imiiiii-i inm " ii illib-liteillless must l- Klil illlllltslititel.V to tin iiiMlersimicd. J. X. lil.ACK v Kl.l., Id-et-ier. M;iy i:t l-7. injl4-;t XotifP of Al'pliratiou Heal Ftatc. to Sell "IIF.REAS. AXIHtEW V. C.VXO A. A A . . W adiniiiisinttor tin- -lnte oi .vineit tiilire .U-a-aisisl. Iliis tilld:iv lllil'le a Old lent loll In the Count v Court of Piitiiillii CoiiiiIJ. Flor l.l;l. to Sl-ll Hie tolloMimr il.-s. rilN-.l reill eslilti-, l.-loiixiior to Ins -si i.l intestate, mid IjilnrMlid Is-iiiir siiiiuliil in lhe eil ol l':il:itkii. County of Putnniii. Slate of Florida, viz: Coiiiiileiii-illir at il 'int on llie. w-st lire of Illlike strei-t one IllllKili d Pi t north ot till- south-east -oriier ol lilin k sivi v ol said city ot I'uLii w hiiiI roniiiiiir ill a norl herlv dlit-cl ion one hlllldrisl lis t. Ihellee esli l iy One llllll- Insl li-et on u I in- parallel with Madison street, Iheiiee southerly one hundred lii t on ii tine parallel with Hlake street, tllem-e easterly "IK liiuidnsl I.-. I on a line mnillel with Main street, toisiint of U'iciiiiiiiiii'. saiil lot Is-in one hillldn-d li-t-l siiare. And it iip.-ai'iiiu tri'in said spplicntion that the toilowiinr liainiil U-feiiiLiiitis Ciiroline M. Ib.lue. who is oer the aiie of twenty-one veMl-sund resides ul West Stratford. Conuecli- Allt Lillian Kinif and her liiisluuid, Waln-r II. Kin, w hoare i.M-r llieinreid laenty-oiie yeurs and reside at West Simltord. I omieeticiit. Martha Cn a-ker, and ln-r husluiiid. tMnrire Cnnker. alio aiv oxer llie aire ef twcntyj'iie years, ami n -sides at HuiuMieii. Mussiu-hiisetis. Hamie llislire. who is timlcr the aif ty-olii- yi-ars, and l-i-siili-s at Wi-st ! i 'omiAi-rieiir. l twell simttoril, Clara IdMlmi. who is under tlte aire oi t aeiuy- ne years and n-sidi-s at lla niMleii. Massacliu- si-tts, are the lieirs-at-law, ol siil.l intestate and iifcn-sftil in said n-iil estat. t is then-Ion- orden-d that said nppllcaf ion set for iK-aiimr l-lon- said Coui-t. at the oiirt-liouse. at I'aiaiKtt. r .riua. on n ii). hetiihday ot Jiiim-, IssT. and this notice of Ins application imlilisheil uu-e a week for five eoiiseeiitive weeks III I HK PALATKA IIAIl.t Xkws. a iH-wsis r piililishoi in said I'litnam oiiuty. t,iv-n uni-r my nani, mis inn ui oi .iini, A. I. IssT. T. s. l!.l liiini.-v. County Jmliie of I 'u 1 1 in in County. tiil-'ilSa All lVrsous Take Notice THAT JAM ES liritT, OF PALATKA, FLA., Jul r. .!. to l Aim t lor llie stile ot luy and in Palaf ka elsewhere, or tor coni-eiiiiit n nls or iustnliueiifs due on land contructs. or r actimr in aliv other caiwicity tor me. aim lint hereafter I shall K-rsonally attend to the Hlsinesa eolillccletl Willi my pn"-ri in alaika. All N-rsonsi luiviuir any wnt- en ti Hit nii-ls hiktihiI liy Jaua-M Hurt as aireiii r me are niiu-stil to pn-setit them to me lor aproval. Any rents or instalments on laiM, i.. lit rm ls due me may Is- paiil eiih-r to my mill at the First Xatioiitil llank d I'ulutka, it to me at St. AiD-'ilslme, Fliu I. r. i. Ill ( I . April 'Si, IssT. aCM-4wilAa Notice of 1 iicorporal ion. rpilE I'NItEKSI;XEI HI'KF.IIV GIVE XO- I 'I II ri. in purauaiii-e oi tne siaiiin-soi iik- State of Florida, ill sh -Ii i astr made and pro- Hleil. or tlie ti.iiii.ilioii oi a eorsiraiion un- ler tin- ptovisioiw of I'hapler 1WMT, liws of Hori.lK. to iiaislruet. niaiiilaiu and ois-rate a railnsid, -oiiini-nciiiK at thei-ityof l'alatka. u tlie county ol Putnam, state ol norma. riuiiiinir in a wi-sterly or northwi-sterly din-e- lon f hrollirll the iirillltlin ol l-litnam, lay. Alachua, Lafayette, Taylor, Jefferson, lin and Gadsden, with PraiK-SM-s into the coiuiliin .1 ItrailfonL Sawunee. Columliia. .Madison. l-vy and Wakulla: said company to Is' know n as the I'ulutka ana Aortuwenic-m iiauway 'onipaiiy. II. L. HART. Pnlatka. It. X. MCKHA V, Chicago. .1. C. V KKTKKES. Palatka. W. J. WKIIII, Palatkn. S. J. KF.NXEICI.V, Palatka. SCMNF.lt r.rilAM'l.lilt, l'alatka. WILLIAM J. WIN KG Alt, Paint ka. S. I . II AMMoMi, palatka. MAUCI S UiEII. PiUatka. II. G. PAYXK. Palatka. KliWAKII LEWIS, TallahiiMsee. Palatka Man h li. Iw7. niliilin IIF.KEAS HEXKV ,W IGGIXS WAS IX t liei i.iuity ol Puiiiainnnd Mute ol rior- la, at the Sprinir Tenn. lssT.of the Cin-uit oiirt for said Count v and State, eoiivicled of iiunier in lhe tirst deifn- ami tlien-iim seii-Ii-im-iI to U- hamriil. Ilien-lon- this is to irive notii-e that we will niuke application to his F.xi-elletH-v. the Uovcnior ot mii.i iaf-ot r ior- ida, to have the seiitem-e of hanif iiiif "Keiiiittnl to coiiliili ineiit for life. til.OKIJK MAl.l.oy, W M. C. WKIGHT. C. V. WIMil). his GII1SOX x KIXG. atsktSa mark JEWELERS. Watcnes, GIocks, Silverware, Spectacles, Gold Pens, Pencils, Pocket Knives, . Stationery, Newspapers. -""sV-FINE upward. ALKIX'G l ANfci, from 25 cts. All Reoairina Guaranteed. No. IT Kssi Block. 2 A g Pi HUK1UA SUUTHKKN KA1LWAI. THE 0RANCE HELT ROUTE. lil7j Time TuHr iu KJfect J.ty H. 1SS7. TKAIXS ;lJi StilTII. Lv St. Auiriistine. - Jacksonville .. - Pnlatka "JTK WJc . I n t-rlm-hen . . - Keiika - M. Mii-kiii Hawthorn Gaiiwsville - Kim hclle Ar liauiesville . .. Lv Mu-arioiiy ln-lilik- " I lira - iK-ala Niaism sa in 11 p m Iti hi a ui 1 lf p in in 1 1 a m in M a m in V s iu II 1 1 a in 11 its iu 10 "ki a iu 12 iti p in 12 .) p iu C u in 4 u. p ut 4 isv p ui 4 M p iu 4 54 p IU i p m si l m 4 U p in i Ci p iu 4 :f) i m T '. p iu T S5 ar USlp m ' I :e m 2 l p III 2 31 i iu 2 t p m :l : p iu :i 4.1 p iu 4 C p nt .'. Ill U 5 '! p III 5 SO p III a in p ui : p in fun " ar Melsllton . Ockiawaha So. Ijike Weir l-eM(Minr , i ikahuuii.ka. . . Uraireiu June. . IVml.-i ton ... . linsikst ille ar. - Ihwlel ity Kli-hlalld liki-laiiil Ar llartow Lv Fort Memle... .. " Wai-hula " ChurlH- AM.p. . " An-adia Fort la'leii, . I 'le eland ArTnihue " puma Gorda l-ae. ' a in ' Ci a iu lla in a Ci a in In is a ui II ma iu 11 ;s a m 12 III. HI TRAINS GOING NOKTII. Lv I'liuta Gonht " Tml.iH-. . . . let eland . Fort licih-n " An-alla .... I liarlii- A sip Wiilli-hllla . Fort Meade. llartow jki-laud . ICli-lliaild . .. I hule it v . " llnsiks ille. I'enils-rtoii.. 1 ' p HI 2 p iu a p iu 4 12 p in 4 -ri7 p iu ft 47 iu t Ci p hi 7 : " ar 7 I't a in 7 -V a in tia in D in a m s V. a ui In i a m " I iratrem J uu Hi U" a ill - okah pka lo W in ls-slairif.. It Ti a ni " s Ijike Weir Ii t'l p iu " iN-klawaha.. 1- 17 p m - Mel-Ill. Ml h ala Citra IH-lil.ie Mieanopv... t ;aiiM-s ill.. r It.- llelle .. A v Gaim-s ille. Lv Hawthorne. Mi Mti klil. " Keiika . . .. I lltertaelll-ll - J'UK WJc. Ar l'alatka . J;M'kSiHl llll i : :n p in 1 l'i p in 2 II p iu 2 i" p in :t iC p m :i p in :i 2- p in :i : p iu 3 'd p III 4 p ill 4 4il p m 4 p ui 7 ii p iu H Vi a iu ii 2 a ni 7 I- a ui 7 C a iu s :v a in V. a iu 2T, a hi :(." a m 1i 40 a iu Hi ''i a hi I 2 i in 12 i-'i p iu 7 4.'i a m s 2.1 a in SI.AuiriisliiK' - p iu ST. JOHNS AND LAKE F-l'STIS IHVISIoN. Ix-kii- A 5l a m Arrie s :tl a in. .. Astor Arrie7 In p m . Fort Mason l-ae -1 IO p III i.v pm :i to. . 4 tfi. . 4 I ". 4 3 . 4 4l 4 Ci Ti III 5 l 'i am Ii-sl.urir . . Arlu4 Ijiiuen- Lv In-Ji oranire It. lid - In In Ij-.Im.ii " u ui (iriin.l Island Hi Fort Mason .. . " S : F.ustis . .-. . . Ar 4 21 i Ml Homer Lv 4 In 'ft Taan-s 4 hi Uhi luie Park ... - JlitTi " s.'iii L 3i :l r,sr. " r, ."4 1 Ar In In COXXWTIOXS. At I'aiatka with Jackson ille. Tjiiiiki and Key Wii-I llailaay, ami St. Amrustiiie and I'a- latuka ItailwHV. and fast river sleuniers In .in St. Ati-rtistuic. (ini-ii C oe Sprinirs, Jackson- ille and all m. nits North. East aud West. Mail trains make i-li -se eollliH-l loll Isith WHIS ia. J. T. ik K. W. It'v.. nt Jai-ksmi ille with Atlantic Coast Liin-. last Mail. At Gaini-sA ille w ith throuifli Piillniuii sli-ep- ers oi-r Stti annah Flonda and W-stern IC lor Xw I irli-aus, l i-iisHiiila, saniiiiiiii. Ali-n-uv, Mofitirouiery, Louis ille St. lmis and all iw.ints VA i-st. Alii, iiia with Florida Railway and Xa Irs- ti..n Co.. uiiil s. s. 1 1, n ii. It. II. At A t.r aitii st Johns riter steainers for Jacksonville. Sautord and way lainiiuirs. At l-isliuiv with the St. Johns and Ijike Eustis di i-.ioii of the Florida Southern Kail- way, ami Isiats on liki- Harris, Lustis und Grillin for all ishiiisoii Luki-s. At Tampa with Plant Su-unislii-w every Mon day and Thursday tor Key West and HHVanu. At Ijikeliin.l with South Florida Kmlroii. I for Ta in I -a. Kissimme. Orlando and Santoi-d. At I'uiiiii liordu with steamer Alii-e lloaanl ami Walkatoiiiica for I'unta Itossa and Foil M vers. S. OXAXT. J. A. LAKXEIIO. GeiM-ral Manairer. SiiH-rinl-iid-iit. ST. AUGUSTINE ROUTE. Jacksonville St. Auustine and Halifax River R. R. St. Aiiirustine li'vlainn of Jneksonville, Tarn pa and Key west Kailwsy. The only AIK LINE Kail Route Bet. Jack ouvilleand St. AuKUstioe Schedule in Effect November 14, 1S8.1 Trains lesve Jacksonville from Ferry Wharf. toot c I isewnan street. A.M. A.M. P.M. P.:. Mixed Daily Expr. Daily. Lv. Jsck-onville 7 HI Will l.U 4.MI Ar.M, Aimuatllic. IU JU 2 :l 6.4o A.M. P. M P.M. Daily. Expr. Mixed Daily. Lv. St, Aus-iistinn.. s : i-Mmni s.tu 4 hi Ar. Jneksonville. .. 104.41 1 'mi 91 5.9J W. L.CKAW FOKD. L. V. DEMINU. Suuerintendent, G. T A. STEAMBOATS. PASSENGER DEPARTMENT. DeBary ana PeonlB's Line STEAMERS. On St. Johns River. ;i IKIJUL1 STEAMERS CITY of JACKS0XYILLK AND II. II. PLANT, Hlli'ft May 11, I 7. III SiiCTH. J ACKSOX VILLE MMITII. Lv I'JiiisMi S F W It'y l.s k Arti ;i a ui Onsrnvnl of West India Fast Mail. :t -HI p ni Ik-ltary Wharf. Foot of liura St. 7 hi p ni Tisih H ill p iu I'aiatka U 91 p iu Holli-slon 12 i a in - II 40 p iu - Ill III p in - u hi p iu 7 15 p in 7 lu in II Hi p m Welnka " 12 Miiln'irt Geortretown .. 2 i' a in Volusia Mia ui. ' 4 4a a ill. ' S :) a m ' Astor Ift-Laiid Ijiii. iimr . . . Ih-erfoot . llliie Sprinirs. . . . ft Ul p m - 4 IS p m Arrive SAXFoKD " s hi a in S Fla It It H :i a ni City Wharf Llltm Enterprise 2 15 p in I 4.'i p in Lv 1 P in D. IL ELLIOTT. Pass. Airt. Hi llary Line. tien'l. . VI tlA VIIWSilX. I.en'l. Tralf. AivL, People's Line, ORANGE GROVES. In the Flourish ins Town of FEDERAL POINT, FLA. Which has the beat soil aod the be transportation facilities of any part ot Kast Flonda. I have the following de scribed property for aale. to which I in vite individual inspection before jair- chaHine One improved place of 61 ar-rt a, aet with 640 oranee tree., in bearing, cotn- tnrtinK 2-V) MAQdarina, beaidea Japan Ptraimmon, I'each and Plum Treeti, a finely finished Cottage of I Booms, with Driven Well and Rain-water Cis tern. Income this year 750. Price 15.510. Also, one place of 20 acre, with ntce Cottage and Voan-r Orange Oi ore of 500 treeti just coming into bearing. Price 1.000. Uaa driven well of unfailing wa ter. Also one place 5 acres, 2 acre cleared . . t- . : iiiia anil aet out in cmtnire in-m, irrii--5 aiioo. fine tilaee of 10 acren. 5 acrea cleared and net out in tree, nice cottage of three rooms, fronts on three Btretta, ail under fence. Price t'J.100. lieaidea, one lot at Bridgeport. Fla., of 60 acres, 6 of which have been cleared. with a tine river front Alao, unimproved land within the cor porate limit, of Federal Point. Fla., and other land, in St. John County, which la unsurpamed in fertility of aotL Call and see or add re. J. F. TEXNEY. fel 1 y Federal Point, Fla RAILROADS. Savannali, Florida & Western 11AILWAY. waycrossThort line. All trains or this road are run liy Centra standard time. TIME CARP IS rnil'T I (l I MBKS . Passenrer train, will I. ave and srrlt. dill aa follow: WEST IN L'I A FAST MAIL Leave Tsttpa. vis S. V, R It nil p m Palatka. via J.. I, m K. vv ...4 Gain JaekMuvule ... ... 7 titan Arrive JaekHiville, . L' msin wayc-roM mi s Savannah .llUnto cbsriesiou 4 i p m hi. hiroii'' a 4Wa ru Washinirlon .. IIHiaiu Scar York 6 ;kl Ii in Pullman bullet CirsTaniiia to Wa.liinston and Xcw VorS to Tim: .. MW OK LEANS EXPKI-. I-a ve Jackson n e Amte Jackwinvl.le Arrive WayeroM Arrival h.-masviile ...., .7 hi a ni . 7 :(.' p oi V In a ui . 1 ?1 p m 3 V i in 4 o4 p ni l.i ! p in ilitui 7 In a ui ;i ti: i m s -.'4 p lu 1 : l.i a 111 Arrive Itaiiiliridae .. Arrive Chattahoochee Arrive Peiwaco.a via I A . . K. It. . . Arrive M. . I. lie via Ui X. K. H . Arrive New Orleaua la L. a, X. It. II Arrive Altwny Arrive Macon via Ceut-sl K. It Arrive Atlanta via Ceu'ral K. K. . . An iv. I hat tarn m Mia la . A A K. K S a in Arrive Na.tivii e la X. C. M. L. It. It 11 4.'i a m Ame Lou viHe via L K, It. It .o p ni Pullman Pullet Cats lo and In. in Jscksou. rule and Xi w Orh-ai.. t in Pens ola and Mo bile, aud to and In. in Jacksonville ai d Ix'ins- ville t ta 1 bouias ilit , Aliuula ai d Xs.itille Bud Cincinnati to Jacksotiviiie via Ji sop. A C I.IXE EXI'l(l s Leave Jackson Ille pro Arrive Jacksonville i o Arrive a) cum 4 40 . m Arrive IPuuswuk via II a W Hit Pm Arriv. Jesup i. In li. Arrive .Macon via E T V A G l( It . . . 1 1 in p m Anive Atlanta via 2 T V G H K . 2 .S a ui Ar t hatlaniMina la E T V A Ii It. ' a m Art li.ciniiati via Cm scuth 11 It 1 1.' i iu Arrive Savannah 7'spw Arrive Charleston j.'i a in Arrive WiltDinitton s:nm Arr.ve Kichiuiuid .. . 6 hi f m Arrive WashuiKion . ... . Ill-m Arrive Near link .si a in ruiinian nutlet x.cci.iiur ( sis, to nn.l from Jai ksonville and New Vol k.Ml.o Jai kmiuville to f incliilihtl la Jesup. EAST F OKI HA I.XI'lil ss. Leave Jneksonville AH) pa Arrive Jackson il.e s ,S." a in Lea e W aycinsa , . 7 I P m l.-avetisineM ille. . ;tVipm Leave Thoniaovllle ll;mpui Aniu Altmiiy I a in MoniHoner) t in I i i.HmI l( It a, Mi. I. in- via I. A Nil It 2IHin, New I Irleaiia iw 1.1 M! It . .si p in N'nah ill" via I. A: N It It . . . 7 . .' tu Ix.uisi ille v ia L 4i N It It .. ,. '.' Vi m Ciecinuati va I. Ai N It it t . a tn St luiis ia I. A X II II 7 4" a ui Pullman liuttct Cai. to and Ik.im .lacksi ii. viile and luisvillc, ia 1 l.na ski l ie, AILntiy M.intKomer aud Nusl.vil e, and to and In u. Hallow aud Moutsoinerv via l.uiliesville. SAVANNA II EX I'U ESS. Leave Jacksonville K l.'i n m Arrive Jacksonville- l is in l-avetiaiiM .veil .' .'iS p in Arrive G.im-svilU- IntCi H m 'I honiasville 7 1ft a ni Aliwiiy . lima u Mon ttomery via Cent ml li It Vi m Nashville via L A N It It I. .Vi a in Louisville via I. Ai X it It .. . I ft p u. Cttii ii'iia' I ia L A: X It IC .... ii 'i p n HI liu is via L A ft 11 It sii.tu WaycnsM II in p in llrutu-wii It via II A W It It ,. . S 41 a tu Allwiiy v a 11 A W K It ... 4 4A a m - aeon via Centra! It It wntatr Atlanta via Cenlial It It I ik p ui liHtianiM.ira via W A A II It . ' '7 p iu Ji-stip . .. I Hi a m llruuswii k via H T V A G It K. urn. Mhci ii via K I V A G It It . . 7 :i n in AllHtiia via E T V A I. It It .. II M ii'n ( hnttMiiiMitra via K 'I' V AG. It If. ( lu Ciiieiiiiinti ia A hi Soul Ii t-y itpiam Ssvnlinili Ii'n ui t tin i lesti ll .12 ftft p tu 1 1 ni in-1 .. ll s ; i p in Kichnioiid . n 4fta in Washington ;l4opm New Vork . . 4 p ni -u'lmn I lu ti el Carnnd Mst.n Itoudolr llutlet Cirs via Wacns. AlLany and Miicoti, iind v.a Way cross, jesup tnii Miicuii, Is-twiiu Jack. son ille and Cuiciiinat i; also I I n Hirh l'ui-si n- KcrOmche. ta-twi-eu Jacks' uv llie and Chalta. nKa. Pu.iinan Uu CTet curs to huh Irom JHcson- ville and Nashville via Tliouia. Ille and Mut jfoni i-ry. Pullman HufTet Cars 1s t hi en Jackson ill. and Wa!illiMii. w yi. 1". it Aiuir r-t tii ni rsl I asM-nucr Aveiit, IL G, FLIMIX J, buperiiiU-tideuu FOR ORMOND, I ii ytonu, unci lln t m on tlie 11 i.t C'oaait." St. JOHNS AND HALIFAX iTlio White,) UAILllOAD. TIME TABLE Xi. 1. To Take Effivt MoXHAV. April I, tDaily. Except Sunday.l SOL'TH IIOI ND. Lv Jacksonville via J , T.A K. W. r.nri p m l.i ft p iu p m 2.1 ft p at .1 HI p m K im p in Ar Fatal k:t .... Lv I'aiatka via Ferry Anns-near Ar Kolh ston .... Lv Kol lesion .... Lv Ormond .... Ar I H.I Inn, . .;- i p in Maklnir crinnei-t ons wiiii sieann-r. ami hack, for fn-urht and pasnatte lor all iniiiua on Halifax river. NOKTII HOlnw. Lv Daj t' na .... . ,..iaro I.V irmonn .... . s.ipi a ii Ar Kollosuin - - - - - 111 Hi a in Lv Kollestou via Ferry Arttisiucar - In. i.a tn Ar Palatka ..... II Hi am Lv I'aiatka via J T K. W. Ky - ll.'M a ni A. Jscksonvilie - - - - l.9t p tu Makliur e oaa eonni-et Ions ti r ail mu.' North and West. siier-lal Iniluii lilents io immiKrants nn.l rx- cjnmn parte-a 1 tiroUKlt rales of m-irnt inrrn to an iioini. n the Last Coast, and as low as by any ottiei line. I. J. WHITE, E. n.lSI KNCr.rc, I'r.t. G. P. A. MONEY;; ' to is rnsde. -ur tins out snn re turn to us. snd will send you Ine, notu.tl.il tr of -rrsa' value and impirtamw to vou, that will sta t you lu 1.1. sines. wh ch will Priiis you 111 sore ni m y riwht away than anythinir elw. in this worid. Anyone can do the work and live at le me; either sei, ail atfes. Someililnir new, tln.t Just coins money lor ail workers. Wu wii' start you; capliaf not n.eded. 'this Is ot.e ol the irenuine. imsriatit chances of a lltotime Those who are aml.itious and enler.t isinif will not delay. Gran" ouillt treu. AHiii'ia TKL'H A Oi.. Auausta. Menu. ne7 im TATEXTS SECI KED OV ItEASOXAIILK X Ti-rtna. Work n-lnil.le: pnis i-s inn lull. V and leKally drawn. W rite for ntlciilnrs. N. L. t llLLASKK. Patent AlKHIler Mini .siecmin- ieal Eiuriueer. St. Cloud ltull.ilig V) ashiti-rtou. D. C doft tf WORKING CLASSES; We are .now pre pared ic furnish all classes wna ITTll 1 1flM employment at home, the n I I ft.ll I IUI1 wnuie oi me tune, or nir ineir s.rv muuiriii. liuainMai new. liahtaml i r jntnine. personso either son easily earn from S cents to fti.H. per eveninr. auu a propon imisi .uiu ny i.e. votinn all their tun. totbe ttusiuens. IPits aim y iris earn nearly as much as men. That all who see this may send their sddress, and test the business, make thiaoffer. lu such a ar. not well aa-lstled we will send one doilai to pay for the trouble of wrllinif. Full ar ticulara and out tit free. Addiess liwmo STiMans A Co.. Portland. Main.. d7-ia Rescued from the Grave. Mr wlfs for tnatir rears was sfflklcd skillful treatment sad finally resulted In a very largs ulcsrated and ugly lookinf nuuia( ssrs est csts of her UmU. 1 tried every knows remedy, such as the ssraapsrilla aad potash mixture, and prssf-riptioM of ths best phyticisos with no benefit la any tray. A few asaaias aw ay altcnuoa waacsUed to S. S. S. I procured sonic of this medicine, which ska bes. fertake aad la a short time increased la flesh sad strength, aad the sore, which wss the. larger Ouui mj hand and reached U tb Uo., Vgan to kil. She had bera ia sack a terrible CQadttioe lor years sad was so near death's door at the time she cuasmeooed ths S. S. . that I lrsiaad from inakifia- the facte kaowa the benefit of all who sr. afflicted a mr Fits Pmmts, Joaas Ct, Ca, May RAILROADS. THE SUMMER SCHEDULE W'lll yu IntiicrTiHl SUNDAY, MAY 8, 1887. When train will run as follows: sol TH IMil H MAIN LINK. " Una Mail laity. I-' i in l i Ml p m I -4 p iu zll p III Mni.u TaAlk. I. Jmi ksnti ille . s il' a in " in iiiKi- Park n :.' a in On s-ii i "on. Sp S tr" a in " I'alitika.lemst'lil liia m " " i lnn 1 ( In hi iu I'l.iiiniia 1 1 uS a iu " Hiiiiiiuirtoii . II Iti a in " s- ille II ei a m " mi mi Gard'n I- l.S p m " ii-liii.t Jinn It :i4 pin a ai p m Ilium k hi p 111 9i p III i V ia 7 rl u in . . 7 is p iu J IU p UI US p III Ut p iu S p iii Is p ia " Is Ijoi.l li 1.1 p IU 2 Xt p III H & p Ul " llnnno- City J 2 4S p III ' I nlel pi Ise Jc 2 ".. p III " Mi.lins- I Uf p lu Ar Lniei prise ," s. int. .1.1 I l.'i p III 4 itt p ni :e p m 4 14 p m w 47 p III 4 91 p iu SUp IU 4 a.S p III 4 . p hi 10 U7 p ui NOKTII liol Nil. rinv M ill.. Dnily. , milord I 1 . a m I lltel .l lis. ... V1..iir.M- Iliiti-rpi-iMi. Je. i limine I liy J I lit a in 1 1. I jiii. I it Sua iu s tn a in s 47 a m s , 'si a in r io p tu 2 l.i p lu V 91 p Ul S -T p in I 40 p tu HMiin 8 3.1 p m li iud June. S.1MH I. .11. I'll N-t Ille IllllltlllWloll l'.iii..iin 2 hi a m 2 l'i a in :l ir." a in :i 9i a iu li I? s in M M a m In nw a iu in 9 a hi In 4ii a in II It a m 11 lisiu I .' Si p IU 12 p iu I 9i p ui t M p lu I I p iu 11 .'Si p III 4 I" p Hi 4 '-"W p ui 6 hi p ui 6 117 p ui 0 -'4 p III 5 ft p lu 7 ai p ui :t .is a in I'iilm k. 1 .1111 si I I in ii si i 4 l 'i a m " l.rii-u Ci.e Sp ft '1 a tu " I . initio- Park . ft .'.la m A i .In. kx. n ille . a In a lu Si. n Ciilstii MhiI tiMin. nlnll) I Mop only at stai ions iti.lieiitiil. and run solid ls-t ween Jai-k-soni ille and TMiupa. I'iiIIiiimii lluitet Sli-epins" curs an- ntliii-lieil. No i-olims l loll to KllUr .l In- on Mil.tn s. INDIAN RIVER DIVISION I1M1.Y. KM KIT Sl'Ml VV. GOING Siil'TH. Lciii i- Siiiili.rd ... " Mi.uriM- ... .... " I nl. i .i im- I Islll ll " Minis An ie'l'iiu ille , GOINIi Milt I II. l-ne Titus ille Minis " I Islis-ll " Futei prise " Motins. Arriii' Sniilont U 4ft i III 'i ti" p iu 4 ;m p iu 4 Ul p iii 5 17 p in iU p ui Sanfori and Lake Eustis Division. li.VILV KXt KIT KL'MIAY. GOING WEST. ' Killll'ol-d I'IK.I. . . Sorientii Ml. I una i- Ta ares . miii iu a ift a iu Hi U a in lu :2 a hi in 4s a m ft mi p tu a in p m ft 67 p lu I I p IU II Ti p Ul GOING EAST. l-ne Tuiarcs Ml. Horn " Sorn-nto. I'aola Anile Siiittnrd 7 HI a ni 12 HJ tu 7 1:1 a m 12 17 p lu 7 9 a iu 12 37 p iu s oft a m I -HI p in s 2ft a iu liiii u (" For further iiifoi-mntieu, tlmnnih con nei lions, eli-., see foldclw, newspHN.niaiid laraa lime i-ni-ds ill stations. M. It. MoltAN, L. C. liCMIMi. (ieii'l. supt. A G. P. A. Geli'l. Ticket Ant. SI. AnpsUie ami Palatka KA1LWAY1 "THE STANDARD SHORT LINE." TIME TABLE No. 6. Taking; Effect Sunday, May 8, 1887. Mandsrd Time (lint hi Meridian. DAILY EXCEIT hl'NDAYH. W EST. nr. ii una n No. a No. I. L. Lv. P. M. A. M. :i :m. h hi . . :i :u h it.'. . . EAST. Ktlll DP. No. 2. No. 4 Ar. Ar. P. M. P. M. STATIONS. St. Auiriistine .... 12 4ft 12 4:1 ..New St. Aiiausliue . . . f'l. A. A P. June. . Sin it lis Mi'l'lleion At lustrous Holly liiHinli ... toolds Met t ill. Iii . . . 'Iliieua V Istn ... . . . . l'ntterson ille. . 2H 21 a 111 0 lit ft M ft M ft 4W 6 4t ft 411 ft lo ft M ft IM ft 1ft Lv. .12 : 12 Sft 12 IS. .12 14 12 IM .12 114 12 HI. II Mi II Id II 4ft II :i :i .'m :i ft; 4 ul 4 Hi 4 II. 4 I V :ji 4 -M 4 :m 4 4ft ft Ui. Ar. M 'J I s 27 s :( s :m S 4.1 N 4 "l M .'ill . H .',1 W HI M l 'i 2i. Ar. East I'll I ii I ka I'nlntku FSIt' v 1 Dink I'll lilt ka J I A K W Dock II . Lv, srXDAY TKAINH. V EST. No. :i. Ni KAMT. No. t. No. 4. Ar. Ar. A. M. I'. M I. I 1 . P. M A. M. N HI . h ir' . St. Auiriistine .. IU 441 :i :c:. : :i.i :i ri ;i ft'. 4 id 4 Hi 4 II 4 I. 4 211 4 SI. 4 :m 4 4-1 Ar. New SI. Ainriislinc. St. A. A P. Junction . t"iiiilh. . Miildletou . Ill 'W . . 111 :i . . in 20 . . in 11 . III IM . Ill IM ... M . . WW . . . . I f-u . . . . W 4. l.i S HI m :.ii HI ft fsft ft 4N ft 44 ft ; ft M ft M ft 2ft 6 22 ft I ft ft IM Lv. M ;. A nasi mils' s ; ... Holly IIihiicIi NO 4lllds M'i Merrtlleld n ,'i Iliieua Vista n .vi . . . Pnttci-slin ille ti hi Itst I'hIiii ka M l.i 1'uliilka, F. S. It . Din k Ar. 411 a :i Lv. ST. JOHNS RAILWAY "THE ANCIEN1 LITY ROUTL" DAILY. W 1 T. No. ft. Lv. P. M. ft A. ft 4; ft -Vi . . . tl ill . , EAST. No. . Ar. I'. M. . . 7 46 ... T 4J ... 7 aft , . T UU Lv, SI. AiiKiislliie ... . New St. Ausustine. St. A. A P. Junction TlM-Ol. . . , Fins Still ii .11. W, J. J A It VIM. Geu. SupL BANKERS. ICI-.4. ICIM. MO Kill Nl A IU Ml S a . LklkMl H. sua ti r Coumi, Florida. BANK Fits. tlHHKSrViailBBTM: An. t ier, ftlsrvln A hit kUmi Jaeksoiivlll. Fin. hark o Mat hatiar Co , New York City. Melville, EV. l.N A Cu.,'iU Loiulaiia street, Loniloti, Euirland. . A fn-ncral Hal kind Business a-mducted. Accounts opt ned for -lcpoiUrs aud CollaO tions n ade. Monet ulaeed on mort.in for In vi stors. ItKAI. liHTATB J APA HTM KT. 0.rr-isuiiientai sunyium m Do., Frultland Park.liarilenia I'. .. Suu.ter Co.. Fla and Deiuhay strcat, Westroiuater, London. fcu ian.1. lavturroi-a aud Stti.ik are ln ited to ootomunlcatepsrsotially or by eorresimndenoa. noUMJm with a blood diicsss which bsflsd ths to tb. public. I publkly I this wlfs was. W. M. CktLN. so, tMS 2 m p ni 12 1 p ui 1 4H p Ul ! II i w 2 its p iu 2 Ui p tu