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THE DAILY NEWS PAXiATEA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 17, 18S7.
THE DAILY NEWS FEDERAL 10 1 NT. ComxpHnhnr nfthe Pnlatkn AVw. Federal Poist, Fla., May 1ft. Our loafers have prop. un let 1 a con Uudrumr If A. sella hi li.rse to B. for eighty dollars, ami afterwanls buys it Lack for seventy tloltar, and then sella it again to C. for siity-fivetlollars. 'What has A. made or lout? I nee) The News i pleased to publish crooked comaiiMaioa dealers in the Northern cities. How would it te with a crot Vjgfrftt Lt located in Palatka? If the "true inwardness of the late municipal election in Jacksonville could be made public, it would be interesting to the "reformers" of all grades. Last Friday, at 1:30 p. m., this little community was deeply saddened by the death of Mrs. Hamilton Riley. She had been a long sufferer from a cancerous affection in her face, and hail endured a most painful surgical oiration in her struggle for life, mention of which was made in The News at the time, but all to no purpose. She was an old-time res ident of this section and was well known in Palatka, and it may interest her many friends to know that in her lust painful tdekness she lacked nothing that could conduce to her comfort. Her husland and the neighbors deeply sympathized with her and sjMired no kilor or jKiins to contribute to her care. She will be greatly missed here, as her kindness of heart hail won her many friends. Her funeral was largely attended Saturday, find her remains dejicstited in the cem etery at this place. The editorial in one of your last weeks issues, calling ujnin Dr. C. A. Cowgill to come out and give the world the true inwardness of the Hayes-Tilden fraud, was rather amusing. Dr. Cowgill and myself have been and are confident ial friends, and in referring to' that matter, not long after the declared election of Hayes, Dr. Cowgill said: "The returns were badly mixed, and it wis a difficult natter to judge of, but I divested myself of all political or personal prejudices, making the matter one between myself and my God. and rendered my decision accordingly. If you espeot any fur ther expose from such a man, the world (Democratic) will protmhly lie badly dis appointed. It little becomes us to at tempt to throw further odium utsm those old time men who worked with herculean power to put Florida in the way tc make her present advancement. Our white school closed Friday. Prof. J. 8. Freeman, who lias so ably con ducted the school for the last term, is re gretfully allowed to deart for his sum mer vacation, and we sliall hoe to se cure his services for the coming term. ( ) So attempt to "throw further odium' was made. But any facts in relation to a matter of history so important, will al ways be gladly received, and a state ment from Dr. Cowgill would have great 'weight among us where his character as a citizen is so highly appreciated by all who know him. The question was drawn out by an editorial in a contem porary. Ed. Palatka News. HOW THEY HATEI THE BANK. Clever Nchtne by Which Itotkotn Mer chant Prevented m Snapenalon. New York Triliune. I ran across a New York man the other day who is largely interested in the banking business of Dakota. The con versation drifted into a discussion of the character of the people out there. "They may be rough in their manners," said he, "and uncouth in their ways, but they stand by a man when he is in trouble and they never forget a friend. I had an opportunity," he went on, "to test this trait not many years ago. The lmnk of the town where I was staying found itself greatly embarrassed one tine dav by the failure of its principal corresiio.'d ent in the Territory. This fact liecame known late in the afternoon of the day that the news of the failure reached the town. A run on the bank the following morning was inevitable. To meet it there was but $n,tKM) in the vaults. The remainder of the assets could not immediately he turned into ready cash. The president of the tiank was at his wit's end. He didn't know what to do. Morning came and he decided to close the bank. He was about to give the necessary ordeVs when in walked a com mittee of the leat ling merchants of the place. They asked for an explanation f the situation. It was given tt them And likewise an opportunity to look at the books. A short examination suf ficed to show that the Imnk was only temporarilly embarrassed. They said to the president, 'You on the doors at 10 o'clock as usual and pity the dciositors; we'll see you through this thing. But how are you going to do it'r' said the president. I have but $tf.l00 here and there are at least Sl),(HM in deposits to be met. Half of that sum is claAioring on the sidewalk now.' 'Never you mind, you open the lunik and go ahead, said t ho committee, 'and we will see you through." "Well the hank was ojiened and in rushed the dejxisitors and out went the money. The pile of greenbacks on the cashier's desk drew smaller and smaller and the crowd of deHisitors continued to increase with every minute. Still the paying at the teller's window went on. On the sidewalk the people who had drawn their money were met by some of the merchants who hail promised to see the hank through. 'What are yon going to do with your money' they would ask. I don't know,' came the answer. 'Sup pose you leave it with us; you know our house anil know that we are responsible. We willgive you our note anfl so nrt5mterst. To the farmers (for the majority of depositors were 'aimers) the money in their fockets, where it drew no interest, was .of little use: they preferred, of cisirse, the note and were without difficulty persuaded to part with their money. As noon as they had received the money the merchants would deposit it in the tiank. The same money was paid over the coun ted three times or oftener in the course f the ?-T and when the hank dosed at 3 o'clock in the afternoon it had in its vaults as inuch money as it had started with in the morning, and with $6,000 it bad paid over -J0,iH of deposits. The promptness with which it met the de mands of the depositors stayed the panic and the next niornimr there was not the slightest intimation of a run. Thjs is an absolutely true story." said my inform ant In conclusion, "for I was myself the Tmuilnt of that bank. Now can you match that bv anvthinsr In the East?" Good for all Florida. - Fernandina Mirror. That excellent daily. The Palatka News, is urging the importance of build ing at the present time. Its remarks are so apropos to Fernandina that we repro duce them for the consideration of our own people: "Lumber is cheaper now than it has lieen in a long time; labor is plentiful and cheap, and anxious for work. Those who contemplate making improvements would do well to take these facts into consideration, for under exiaiting circumstances they can get their work done for a much less price than it could possilJy he done a little later, when the rush of building and im proving will begin. " 'Compare this wttfe jomr pwcfcaaat ir'i i DYSPEPSIA, a iTMCTiT vtorvs.a ssultliss MMU MCDlCiaC. Aeon. sa. PHILADELPHIA. .Jfl US, I Price. ONE Dollar 4 A wan nhie health. Mrhac life, examine each package and ! sure you get the CieneJne. Sea tne red Z Trwle-Mark and the full title tmwfront off HrmpfxT, and on the aide the seal and siiputture f J. M. Zellln Co as in the above fie- simile. Kemesaber there iaaoecner genuine Simmon Liver J&egulator.w ;retna ;keen. A w Iti.trl.-t llea.nl from lloiil.t. that will anw he Hushed-Our Position En dorsed. Cirrrt'lmre f the Piihilka Arte. So-called, ls-citti.se it is half-way le tween nowhere and anywhere. The ter ritory, so-called, is lictween Lake Kerr and the tX-klawaha River, surrounded by scrub. Some of the inhabitants are in Marion County, some are in Putnam County, or at least they think they are. No one knows just where he is, as the county line is not descriled on the rec ords. For all we know, it may le a clothes line, or a fish line, but we are of the opinion that it is an air line ami nothing else. We hare tried to have the boundary changed to run on a range or township line, and take us all into Put nam Cisinty where we lelong, but the truckling politicians thought they saw a isditical scheme in it, and so here we are still. Then- is a talk going on now in the House, i. e., to change the line, and as I understand it it only changes artof one man's land from Putnam to Marion, Putnam taking a piece of scrub in re turn. Won't The News publish the Hines Hill in full, so we can see what it is. Cannot The News publish the so- called county line, taking it from Tit comb's map of this section, and thereby show the -'wise men how we are situ ated and tell them too. that we have to travel forty miles, mostly through scrub and swamp, liog holes, etc., to get to Ocala, while our neighliors just over the line can get to Palatka and return the same day. The Palatka News has already done all that our correspom lent asks of us and proposed a Ixmndary which would have satisfied him entirely. Hut Messrs. Buskin and Pooser. of Marion opptiscd it solidly and it was again denied. There is no hope for it this session, we are sor ry to say. Ex. News. The Etonian llrainuire Company. Pctsam II.w.l., May 14. Editor ' the rnhitkn Xrtr. Those most directly interested in the proposed work of -the Ktoniah Canal and Drainage Company, residing in Town ships H and 9, Range 2:1 and 2 i of Clay and Putnam Counties, attended an oien meeting at Iutnam Hall, called by (J. W. A. McRae, Marshall Seigler anil ii. L. Sipprell, and the whoh matter was discussed together with many topics re lating to the plan. It Is promised to drain the lottom lands of Ftoniah Creek and the rich prairies adjacent, which will reclaim over thirty thousand acres of rich soil which will thereby !e made one of the most productive sections of East Florida. Without a dissenting voice the suprt of the meeting was cordially pledged to the comany and every effort promised to facilitate the work. For the lenetits to lie derived from 'the successful result of the plan proposed, all landowners will give one half of the private lands reclaimed, and lsnds are now lieing signed to this ef fect throughout the whole section. The coniany will liegin work immediately. Vox PoPl LL' A STRANNE WHIM. Not nt of the Ifouae Kinee lie llnilt the Chimney Ten eara .ten. Marquette. Mich.. May 15. Yester day a reporter got into the house of Mrs. Douohue and saw the man who had not passed out of the door for nearly ten years. Lawton Douohue is a splendidly built looking young man. weighing about 200 NMinds. is six feet two incites in height and apiwared the picture of t fect health lie was neatly and cleanly dressed, "he young man said: "There 's nothing strange in my life. Ever sitte we built the chimney (that is ten yers. and they date everything from '.liat event.) I have lieen sick and a good deal of the time in ltl. My trouble liegari by the bursting of a blood vessel in the head, and for three or four years my head trotil.led me greatly. 1 don't know how old I am nor have I lieen out of doors since we built the chimney. I don't want to go out. Mother takes care of me. You are the tirst jierson I've shaken hands with since lioyhood. I am not crazy, but sick. I don't" know anything aliout Marquette except what I can see from the rear window. I won't te taken out of here. I will commit mur der tlrst: you may tell the officers so. I never committed a crime and am not ashamed to go out. but am afraid I will fall down in a faint. I will stay in the house as long as I live. Send a Sample on Trial. il City IH-rrk-k, The gre..t want of this country, in the opinion of The Palatka (Fla.) News, is an able bodied vol camx. It says: "It has long lieen felt that we needed a volcano in this country. We have Niagra Falls, the Yosemi'te Park and many other stiiendous works of nature. Iut we are short on natural tire. Volcanoes are not to lie had in the market or made to order." If the Naws will lie satisfied with natural gas wells we are ready to receive orders for job lots in assorted sizes to suit purchasers. Say whether you want them by freight or express; or jierhaps you prefer to have them floated down ort a raft. Fire Traders Heidi n? Their Own. Philadelphia Keconl. A near-sighted advocate of Protection wishes to kno-v if there lie any State in the Union in which the Free Trailers are holding their own. In order to see what he sighs for, he has but to use his eyes. If his vision lie strong enough, he will onlv have to extend it to Massachusetts, ami then to sweep his weather eye along the hiwizon till it sfiall reach the region of Minnesota. S A I DLE ITEMS. CrT'v;.M'eaec tht Filial k a .Yrtra. Saublc, Fla., May 16. E. S. Shepherd has m;ide his cottage and surroundings look like a new j in. If eople in our towns and country places could get up enough energy to white wash or 4tint tlteir fences it would not only add to the look of the place but help to make it healthy. E. S. Sauble lias make an addition to his brick house, and making pre mira tions for the coming of Mr. Wl.itt n and family. Mr. Will Littleton left last week for Baltimore, where lie goes to meet the one who has waited so atiently for his re turn from the Sunny South 'tis rumored the ceremony will occur on the 17th. May bliss and liappiness attend him all through life. Edward S. Sauble and family, from Tavares. is here visiting his brother, E. Sauble. We learn that T. M. Miller will erect a small machine shop to make articles for the use of shoemakers. II. Hitchcock lias been building and painting his old house and now his grove is graced with a neat and pretty cottage. Mr. Ekey and Lr. Whitten's sons from Illinois, have arrived and will make preiwrations to start the brick bu.-dness in good earnest. Mr. Ekey says they have liad some very warm weather there and thinks this the better climate. A stroll through W. O. Young's gar den is not only attractive, but lieneficial to all those who are interested in horti culture, his beans, peas, cablae. toma toes and other vegetables are all doing finely; he has quite a variety and oddity of corn which sends forth ears In-fore blooms. He has finished the right of (way to Rice Creek and has discovered a small channel known as Young's Creek which he will use for the landing of Uiats. Friem. WORTHY OF HER lll'SBAXO. a. Hlrkett'a Wiilo-Hn llrri.Um when a liriUe Strug-gUne; with Pv-rty. Washiniftun Special to Baltimore American. The recent recovery, in this city, from a severe illness, of the widow of the late tien. treorge E. Pickett recalls one of the most interesting stories that comes luck to us from the war. Its chief interest is her unflagging devotion to her husliand in all the hours of his hardship and danger. Privation, sickness or suffering of any kind only served to bring out more Isiiutifiillv her heroic and womanly nature. Ihtring the closing year of the war she followed him on the lsittle fields, lived under canvas and went through camp-life like a soldier, lieing re peatedly under tire and making narrow escapes, yet still remaining faithfully by his side. When she married him she was but fifteen years of age. beautiful in face and form, gifted in intellect and gentle in her nnture. She was, too, a perfwt and fearless rider. When the war w;.s over an etTort was made to take from Ceneral iVkett the privileges given him by the (Srant Liee cartel, anil they went to Canada. There they had no friends, no money, and no prospect of either, with a young child to care for. Hut her brave nature never fa Itervd. With that indomitable courage which never deserted her, and aided by her suerior education, she ole taineil a professorship in belles-lettres, and took care of the family unlit (Sciier al (irant insisted that the 'cartel should lie kept, anil they once more returned to their home. (Jeneral Grant then tendered fieneral Pickett the iosition of Marshal of Virginia, but he accepted a position in an insurance company, with a handsome salary attached. Though all then seemed bright, the worst sorrow was vet to come. In a few years Jen eral licket died, and she was left to her own resources. It was then that her helpless condition aroused the symiathy of the South, and a sttliM-ription was started for her, headed by s,oUO by one State. She firmly declined to receive this upon hearing" of it. and shortly after wards secured a small government int uition, sufficient to suport herself and family. Among her friends and visi tors here are some of the leading society and official jteople. whom she occasion ally entertains in a modest but dignified way. . Before the later-State Commission. Atlanta Journal. The Inter-State Commission, at its ses sion in this city, was very strongly urged to prolong the sustension of the king and short haul clause of the act which it has to administer, and the railroad and some business interests were urgent in their demand for it. They submitted some facts and figures which appeared to make a good showing for their side, and we presume the commis sion left Atlanta in perplexity as to the Isilicy of the full enforcement of the aw. As they went Westward, the pre ponderance of the testimony and weight of facts shifted to the other side. At Mobile parties and their cases were ably presented, and the investigation there may rhapa be said to have resulted in a fairoiTset. At New Orleans, however, the extortions and discriminations of the railroads and the injustice to the peo ple of allowing their continuance were so forcibly presented as to leave no doubt that they must have strongly im pressed the Commission. It was shown tltat places having no conictition in transMrtation were outrageimsly im posed upon to makeup for wholly inad equate rates to toints that had "strong conietition. As an illustration, the fol lowing instance is rejiorted by the New Orleans Status: It was shown liefore the Commission that while the New Orleans and Texas 1 tail road Comiany charged ft a I .ale on through cotton from Memphis to New (h-leans, it charged 2.25 s-r liale for hauling cotton from a certain non-competitive station to New Orleans, though the station is 125 miles nearer the Louis iana metropolis than is Memphis. This practice was admitted and defended, and the Commission was asked to sutenil a provision of the law prohibiting it as well as prohibiting a whole series of sim ilar iniquities. The managers of the railroad conqwny admitted that they liad the shipper at the non-cometitive loint in their grip, and they charged him 'all that the traffic would liear. Tliat was the long and short of their long and short haul policy." It will lie rememtiered that similar dis criminations were charged tqion the Cen tral and other Georgia roads as a reason for the establishment of our State Com mission. The railroads resisted it. de claring then, as they do now, tliat the prohibition of such discriminations would wrk the ruin of their busi ness. Hut the Commission was estab lished, the discriminations were prohib ited, and the railroads liecame more prosperous than before, as was evi denced by the material appreciation of their stocks and the great impetus given to extending and building new railroads. We think that the commission lias lis tened to the strongest showing tliat will be made before it in favor of the perma nent suspension of the clause, and that its continued investigations in the West will bring out facts decisively favorable to the other side. Prognostications or a Conriral Nose. Texas Health Monthly. A drunkard's nose is never an object of pride and joy, swollen, red. carbun cular and livid. If the possessor of Buch a nose could conveniently examine his internal anatomy he would find that his brain, stomach, liver, lungs, heart and kidneys are exact counterparts of his nose. It might then seem a hint to him to quit drinking. MEDICAL. For " worn-out. " rtin-rtown," debilitated school teaehera, milliners, at-amatrf aia a. bourn k"epTt, and over-worked women avnerally, Ir. Piem-'a Favorit Preacnptioa la the be of ail rwtornt irr tomea. It t not a Cure-ail. " but admirably fulfill a einirleneaa of purpose, beina; a most potent Seeitto for ail thoae Chronic WVstniiwn and I'lm aara peculiar to women. It hi a powerful, general as well aa uterine, tonic and nervine, and unparta via-or and atrenirth to the whole aystem. It promptly cures weakness of stomach, indiireation. bloat, in it, weak back, nrrvoua prostration, debility and aleepleasness, in either aex. Favorite Pre scription ia aold by druinricta under our pnai. fine irtartnt'e. See wrapper around bottle. Price l-OO, orals bottles for HMO. A large treatise on Diseases of Women, pro fusely illustrated with colored platea and nu merous wood-cuts, sent for W cents in nam pa. Address. World's DtspmsaRr Meiucal. Association, emi Main Street, buffalo. N. T. &1CK HEaDirHE, Bilious Headache, and Constipation, promptly cured by lit. Piero-'a Pellets. Sac. a Vial, by dniKlf st- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. C. J J1ISKPH, C. C t.'ily and i 'o. Surveyor. WD. at. ncssox, c K. Architect. Jospjih Jk. Hnsson, CIVIL ENGINEERS, Surveyors and Architects. I Of. A NX AND SPKClr'llWTInXS KOK AIX ktnl!if Ittiililiriir. Complete Set of 4,ov- ernment Field Note of the County Mat. Town l'lutr-! end ltnd l.im definitely es tuiiiished. All Work litiaruitteed. Koom 'i and t. M 'nor lie lllock. Palatka. Fla. JOS. K. B.4l.b is. CAMPBELL C. COCHKAX. Hull win A. Cochran, L - W . Cltll.L Itril.illM; FKOXT TKEET. K. It. .McKean, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND Notary Public State of Florida. Fmt Street, Opposite Putmtm House. PA LATrCA FUKIIA. Datid It. Lewis. Civil Engineer. TAII.ItOATS. WATF.lt SCPPI.V. I.AXD I i lintimtirc and Sewcrairc. Seeial attention Kiven to Military improx eiitcnts. 1". . adilrc-- tSeville. Fla. tx-S-2ndAw BEX J. FITNAM lAl.llol '. ftOBT. W. DAV IKVIMi OII.I.IS. Calhoun, Davis & ('ill's, ATTORNEYS AT LAW,, PAI.ATKA. FI.IIKIPA. Will pruetU-e in State and Fedcra I Courts. Win. Thompson, Lawyer AND NOTARY PUBLIC. CoininNioiH r of for New York. Siial at tfiif irtt rivi-ii to 0nvyamv iiiK". Hn i Mir ut Hi tM'tlmg" Latitat ami Ivxttiuiiia tiii f Titlci. Chas. M. Hillianl Co., FIRE INSDRANCE AGENTS. Onice-raIatkNalional Hank Ituildin? PALATKA. FLORIDA. All cliisHcsof Fire Insurance placed in reliable companies at adtijuate rates. K-2V-i.it WINES LIQUORS ETC. A.N. EDWARDS & CO. DEALF.KS IN Fine Wines, Liquors and Beers, Imported and lonestie Cigars. mLLIAlil) I'ATILOU.S T HKIIAH TSPKOVIDF.DWITH ALL THE l.t He-e?K iris. and is insided iver t.y ati aecoinilifheil Mixologist. The nttrortaife ut tlie public is niectfully Hoiicited. l" Good order Ircser ed at ail times. Water Street. Hart's II lock, Talatka. nur-tr EDUCATIONAL. PALATKA College jof Music. ALL Mi'SICAL RKANCIIE3 TACOHT. U 'Ihorvuirh Intruetion in Vmii and In atrunental Mimie. Voice liuiMlotr. Italian Sinifinn. IW Terms in AUvanc . i.U0 ier month. MISS ALICE DAMCROV, Teacher of Instruments! MISS KATK 1 D1CKKIIM AN. Vocal Teacher t f I-eraon street, opposite Express rnd Te leers Dh Offleea. fel-tf MISCELLANEOUS PALATKA HARNESS SHOP ! fPHE ONLY KXO.rsiVEr.V IIAKfiS L lil'MF? I.N THK i l'VY. Maniifa.'-tun-ranl iK-jiitTiii Harm-, iSwMkA. Kritllt-a, Ci'llarH, Vhi?, splint. Axle ir"am A:., Haiul-MitiJe ilanu-nw 4.fititautt on tiaiiii ant t nitr. Otir Mii hiiH'-MjitU Ilarnr U of ma terial ami wrkroan!hip; not "nia'k fr the S-iithrti tra-le." Harm-w i Ml. $1.50 r irallon (in bulk). HesMirfiir nearly loite. Onk-ps bv Uiuil promptly attemk-d to. R. C. SANDERSON, LEMON ST OPPOSITE PITXAM IKHE PAL-TKA. FI)RIDA. anVtim BRICK ! Georgia Brick. TVliverel in Pularka fr i-er M.. an-1 to other pintx in Khiila for LKHS than any other Kirt-4 'htim lo-ortria I trio k. We have advanu&ire in freight, M'rite ua. Flint River Brick Yard, Albany, Ga. apH-3oilAw NEW GOODS. L. II. & . 11. MOItltlLL HAVE jrsT RECEIVED A LARGE AND Complete tock of STKAW HATS. LIGHT STIFF HATS, GEXTS FURMSIIIXi OOODS. PANTS ANDJLDE MS. IW Orders received for Custom and Ready- made ituit. rail line ban w usun Linen Col araand Cuffa. HOTELS. Windsor Hotel, WINTER RESORT, J kmvilu: I'LOKIO.t. Utte tf the if.. VmfrtaHe ami Him-Likt l.4tU in tlx VnUttl State. 1 be WinilMor was enlarved laKt season and has accommodation for four hundred iruests. T-r the Sriuon f 1jT-i the WIXDSltR Kill iHtn enrlif in lleemlier, and from the time i-itrniny until t'elt nutrs Id, Mill make Siteeini ("oar OateM am an irulute no h to TnurUr to rxme tit Fhriilit early in ttt Srwn. It ItN-ntion. fai inir eait on" the City Park, aouth n Monroe Hti-et and north tin lual stre-t. in the !inet in Ja4-kon ille. ItiMiniH with Iwlh, ixtrler auites, elevator, iteittti heat. khm. etc. Muific attertKion and et'eninir. EQUINOX HOUSE SIMMER RESORT. M ANC IIF.STKK... TKKMONT. (4?Itin) not taken. F. H. ORVH. aiOO-lm THE GARLETON, Palatka. Florida. ATI3IKW SIIKLLKY, PROPRIETOR. Kates, $2.50 to $3 Per J 2 LEGAL. Notice. I.I. PFItSONS IM1FHTKDTOTHE LATE tiriu of KiehanlMiii it l 'o,or A. KtraUKX, HticcesMir. are iN'tvliy notilietl tltut sueh iii4HMediie4H mut Im itid inimeliittelv ti the uiKk-miKiied. J. N. liLAt KWKLU Keeeiver. May IX m 14-7t All lVrsons Take Notice THAT JAM FX HCKT. OF PA LATKA. FI ht mm-ii tn m 14 Aipi nt for tile sale f my iHiid in Palatka orelm-wiien-, or for collecting n-ntit tr iiiNtaliuent dot on liind cvmtractt. or for aetintr in any other caac ity for me. And that hereafter I ithitll M'iiiHlly attend to tin tiiMina coiifiect4l with my proficriy in Palatka. All iwrsoim ha iinr any writ ten ttiutraets Kiirnel liy Jaiuin Hurt as airent for me are requested to prevent tlii'm to tne for approval. Any reuta r inritalnients on land, contractu due me may tie paid either to my credit at the Fi rat National Ituuk tt Pulutka, or to me at M. Auf u.ihk Fla. CEO. TU'RT. April 2S. li7. aCK-wdiw Notice of lneirMrstlon. rpilE I NDF-KSIfiXED HKUERV C.IVE NO 1 Til 'K, in puiuanf of the utatutes of the State of Florida, in mu ll cane made and pni tide.1. of the fortnutioti ot a corioration un- ler the ptoviKioiis of Chapter l'.7. Ijtas of r loriiia. to construct, maintain and operate a railroad, totunieneinir at the city of Palatka, in the county of I'm nam, State of Florida, riiiiiiinir in a wi-sterly or northwesterly direc tion through the comities of Putnam, Clay. Alachua. Lafayette, Taylor, JenVrxoii. Uim and t'atLleti, with liranciHs into tlie counties of liradfortl. Sawance, CtHumliia. Mailinon. W'vy ami Wakulla: Ntid ctunpany tola' known as the Puiatka and Northwestern Itailway Conipany. II. U HART. Palatka. R. N. M I'KKA Y, Cliiciuro. J. C. VKRTRKKiS Palatka. W. J. WKUII, Palatka. S. J. KK.N NKKl.V, Palatka. hl'MNEK C. CHAN lI. FK, Palatka. WILLIAM J. W I N F.I A It, Palatka. H. I. HAMMONl, Palatka. MAW I S 1.1 KH. Palatka. II. li. PAYNE. Palatka. MiWAKIt LEWIS, Tallahamee. Pautka March Vi. Ixx". mlti-am JEWELERS. R. J. RILES, OLD RELIABLE JEWELER, Has Just received a large Stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. IV REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Cold and Silver Plating FRONT STREET. 3 POORS FROM I POST-OFFICE. Watcnes, CIocks, Silverware, Spectacles, Gold Pens, Pencils, Pocket Knives, Stationery, Newspapers. rr-FINR WALKING CANES, from 35 eta. upward. Ah Reoairina Guarantee a. No. 17 Kean Block LIQUOR DEALERS. P. GUHUEELY. Merchant, AGENT FOR DUFFY'S HALT WHISKEY, WATER RT81CRT - PALATKA. L J. BEACH & SIM, UurserymeH ALL FRCIT8 GROWN SUITED TO THIS climate. aVCataJocuw f res joa. s RAILROADS. auKiuA mmn kailwai. THE ORAMJK BELTJIOVTE. Daily Time Table in Effect Mag 8, 1m7. TRAINS (iOINO fMil TII. Lv St, Auwufine. Jacksonville .. Palatka "JIK WJc Inteiiacben. . . Kettka - McMeekin Hawthorn iaineM'ille. ... Kochclle Ar liaiiwKviMe ... Lv Maanopy - Iia-hliie Citra t K-ala " Welfnton , I K kiawaha " lx i. Ijtke Weir. hi ric . I ikahumpka. . . Irain-m June.. Pe tutic Mill ltrook iile ar. " lhuleCity huhlan.i IJieland ArlTartow Lv Fort Mde - Wachula Charlie Apop. . Areailia Fort I tirilen. t 'leveiand ArTralaie " Puitta (oa-da . . sutara an K :k p m In ) sin S:tTpm Hi IS a m t ' p in in hi a in In V a ra II II a m 1 1 Si a m Hi : a ui 4 o p ui im p tu at p m M p m 4 V. p m P ui P lu 1? it p ra p m U Ju p m S si p tu 7 iS 1 :ss p m 2 14 p m 5 :i p m !ipni 3.iim 3 4.1 p m 4 :C p m lioiptu 6 p in s mi p m lii P m T ' p m Unvv. uu ar T m a in 7 ' a m f 4.1 a in ViClam in I s III . 11 in s iu . lllfaiu 12 noil TRAINS liillMi NORTH. Lv Punta (ionla . . . " Tralaie i leveiand. .. . . . Fort i uU n . . Areailia ........ Charlie AMp. . . Wailchula Fort Meade. . Iturtow 7 lakeland . 7 - Khhland ... H 3 p ni 2 .'i2 p in 3 p ni 4 12 p in 4 p m 6 4T p in 4i p m 7 : " ar l' a tn !' s in 42 a in - Ihtite City. .. ! a ni HnN.kaville. H Peiuliertou.. H Iiratrem J nil M v a in ii a in it) a tu I ikaliiiuipka I'l .Mi a in 2T a m li-mirir.. .31 S lake U'etr 13 " ih klaaaha.. 12 WelNhton... 12 . o.-ala 1 " tltrs cl p tu 17 in Till p III lu p III ti .IS a 111 M 2 a m 7 12 a lit 7 Cam 8 Si a III .ochtiM' S II p in Micanopy . .. iainetiV nlle p m m p m :i p m 2 p m :i p ni M p m Hi p in 4n p m 5n p m C a ni 7 a s m ' :i'.a in K Vv a ni a m :v a in I'l 4n a in ll Ml a m 1 2 p ui f- R.a helle Av lialnexville. I.v Max home. - McMeekin.. Keuka Interlaehi-n - JTAK WJc. Ar Palatka Jacksonville p ni M.Aiiirutine S i p ni 12 Ci p iu ST. JtiHNS AND LAKE KCSTIS HIVISION w . .. . . .a . .. . ' . iii . . Ieave 20 a m AKtor Arrive 7 10 p m Arrive . a in . Fort Maw in l ave a ID p tn .v pm 3 Hi. .. 411".... 4 I.V .. 4 2o . 4 40... 4 V .. 5 I A . 1ft Mill Ar l'i4.- I.v to 3 1 .."HI 10 . o ill . 40 leltirir l-antcfe I tranire Dud IJkImhi liraud iMland Fort Max ll I.v MSI FiiKtiia Ar 41 :.. Mt Homer I.v 4 hi W:l MIA Kill H.Vl ft 25 S4.V Tavarea 4 ilAr 10 In lane Park a IA CONNECTIONS. At Palatka with Jacksonville, Tam and Key Wext Railway, and St. AiiiriiHtine mid Pa lataka Railway, and fan! river Hteaiui-ra from St. AuiriiHtine, ir,eti C e Sprinim. Jackaon v iile and all mhiI North, Eat and Wct. Mail traiiu, make rliwe couiut-tion latlli wava via. J. T. Ac K. W. K"j.. at JackMinville with Atlantic ( iM l.liw. last Mail. At liaiueHVille with throuirh Pullman ah-ep-era ovit Savannah Florida and Western It'y., for New Orleans, Peiiaaeiila. Savannah, Allat ny. Moutironiery, Louisville SU Louis and all Hiiits West. Atih-ala with Florida Railway and Naviga tion I ... and S. S. 1 1, a I i. K. It. At Aator with St Johns river steamers for Jackaofivilic. Sanford and way taiidinim. Al L4MMiiura Wlin int rt. joiuw aim mk KiiKtis division of the Florida SiutlH-m Rail i. and Ix.ala on lake Harris. Kuatis and (nihil for all oiiitsou Lakes. At Taniiat with Plant Stcamahiiaevcry Mon day and I hniwlay for Key )-at and Havana. At ltkelaiMl with South Florida Railroad for Tutu at. Kiwiiuinice. t irlando and Saulonl. At Puma tiorda with ateamer Alice Howard and Wslkatoiuica for Puuta Rowta and Fort M yen. S. CONANT. J. A.LAHNEHD. (ieiM-ral Manatrer. siiiH nnu iKli lit. ST. AUGUSTINE ROUTE. Jacksonville St. Auustlne and Halifai River R. R. St. AuguRtlue li'vlnion of Jacksonville, Tarn pa and Key West Railway. The only AIR LINE Hail Rou6 Bet. Jack, ouvillesnd 8L AuuuntiDS Schedule in Effect November 14, 1883 Trains leava Jacksonville from Ferry Wharf, iuwvi newnan atreet. A.M. Mixed A.M. P.M. P.;. Daily Kxpr. Daily. I.v. Jacksonville.. Ar. ft. Auitustine . 1 in v III i.iu .uu . u.ao lo JO ?: ft. 4o A. M. P. M P. M. Iially. Expr. Mixed. Daily. . H ;J 12 m m 2.IU 4.00 Lv. St. AutruAn4 Ar. Jacksonville. . 10X0 1 2iim4 HI t.'JU W. L. CRAWFORD. Sunerintendept. L. C. DEMINU. a. r a. STEAMBOATS. PASSENGER DEPARTMENT, DeBary ana People's Line STEAMERS. On St. Johns River. SCHEDULES. STEAMERS CITY of JACKSONVILLE AND II. II. PLANT, In Kifoet Muv 11. 17. SOI'TH. JACKSONVILLE Lv k-'noon S F W R'y iha-k On arrival of West Indii Fast Mail. "JMpm Dellary Wharf, Foot of Itiira St. 7 ill p m Tiaia w ui p in Palatka 31 p m Rollrston II on p in Welaka 12 Midn'irt Oinrtretown 2 25 a IU Voiuaia 2 :i a in Atr 4 45 a m...lM'l4Uid ltlldiiia" r . ... I IMerftait I "'" m ... . llliie Senium ... V Arrive SANFuKD Mill in S Fla K It M : a m City Wharf s :! a m Enterprise NORTH. Aro 31 a III " 12 :i a in II 4n p ui in lo p iu In p iu " 7 15 p m 7 10 p ui S no p ui - 4 15 p m " ! 15 p in M I 45 p m Lv 1 oo p in D. If. ELLIOTT, finit Pass. Apt. Dellary Line. W. M. DAVIDS IN, lien I. Trail. ArC People's IJne. ORANGE GROVES. Iii the Flourishing Town ot FEDERAL POINT, FLA. Which has the best soil and the las transportation facilities of any part ot East Florida, I have the following de scribed property for sale, to which I in vite individual inspection before pur chasing: One improved place of 6T acres, set with 640 orange trees, in bearing, com prising 250 Mandarins, besidea Japan Persimmons, Teach and Plum Trees, a finely finished Cottage of S Booms, with Driven Well and Rain-water Cis tern. Income this year $750. Pnoe $5,500. Also, one place of 20 acres, with nice Cottage and Young Orange Grove of 500 trees just coming into bearing. Price $3,000. Has driven well of unfailing wa ter. Also one place 5 acres, 2 acres cleared and set out in Orange Trees, Pfice $1100. One place of 10 acres, 5 acres cleared and set out in trees, nice cottage of three rooms, fronts on three streets, all under fence. Price $2,100. Besides, one lot at Bridgeport. Fla., of 80 acres, 6 of which have been cleared, with a fine river front. Also, unimproved land within the cor porate limits of Federal Point. Fla., and other lands ia St. Johns Coon'y, which ts unsurpassed in fertility of soil. 4211 and sea or address J. F. TENNEY, fel-lr Federal Point, Fla, RAILROADS. Savannah, Florida & Western MAILWAY, waycrossThort line. All train of thi road are run ly Centra Standard time. timi cahd is trrk.tr t at tsBtai. IWririr traina will ! ava and arrivs daily sa follows: WESTIMilA FAST MAIL. Leave Tare pa. via 8. F, H- H Hi p tn " Palatka. via JT. hi. W , .. 4 17 s Ui Jackiatnviiie 7uam Arrive J acluMMiville, I? noon " Wsyenaw w los m Savannah 11 Mam " Ch.rirau.n. 4 5pia Hi. hirotK' . M4il aw Waaliiiijrtim iliaialu " ,, Nw Vork saopra Pullman HiiBet C m lamps to Washington. and New Vors loTamia. NkWOkLEAMS KXPUess. Leave Jaeksont lue Tiaistn Arrive Jneksonvlils a p m Ar-l.e Wa)vro.a V lo a ui A' vl homaavilie I 42 p Ul i .nve liainoralse t .c p in -..rive ChattahtMM'h . 4 (a p ui irnve Penaeo.a is 1.I.VK. It.... Ivl lo p tu Arrive Molnie via U N. h. It i l a tu Arrive New (Irieaua lu Li N. U U. 7 lo a in Arrits Allwiiy . . . 3 42pm Arrive Macon vis Cent ,1 h. K -J4 p ui Arrive Allan's vis Central It. K. . . li 1.. a Ul An lv C hatta 111 ava la U . A.K.HAAaui Arrive Naahvil e ia N. C. M. U It. It II 45 a tu Arrivs Lou avilie via L. a . K It :i p m Pullman HulJei t i to an J from Jackson ville and N' w iirleana, via Penaxcola and Vie bile, and to and Irotu J, kai.iit iile ai d l.ni. vllle via t uouianville. Alianla and Naa .ville and Cin"iimati to Jacksouviile via J-up, A C LINE EX Pit ESS Leave Jacksonville , Arrive Jackaonville ... i tn 1 "a . 4 4 p ni . . a 3a p ui . ti hi p u. .11 in p m . - li s m . iii a iu . . .1 S p iu inive nijcnw .. .. Arrive ll'unawick via It a W l( U .. Arrive Jeaup , Arrive Charieaton .."7.".. ', I J. a in Arrive Wiiminirton ;! am Arrive Kichmond timii ni Arrive Waaliinsioa II p m Arrive New Voik liuini Pullman Iluffet loeilnir Cat a. to and from Jac ksonville sod New Yuik.slro Jai kaoiivulf to Cincinnati vis Jesuit. EAST KIOHIHA EXPhf.SS. Lesve Jackaonville 5() poa Arrive Jackaotivil e a .V. a 111 Iesve W s)cioas 7 a p 111 l-aveUaineatille M pin Ix'ave Thomaavllls 1 1. 41 p 111 Arrive Alliany I V a ui ' MiiiilKuii erv t ia I't'iilral II U 1 :tfl - jnotiiie via 1. a . iv it .. i l'i p ni ;i p ui 7 1 ft p ni t U a 111 n .111 a m New Hrlesn t is L A N It II " N sail ville ia L A N H li I iiuiii Hie v la L a N It It . Cii'cmiiati vi I. a N It it. r-i i'i. ii i -. . t 1 EU I'ullman liulti t 4 aia to and frtiiu Jm km 11. Viileaud Ixuiaville, via 'I I100 savi.lc, Alliany Miintsomery aud Nahvilie, and to an I 111 u liartow aud Moulnomsrv via Uainraviliu. HAVANNAII EXPKEf. Iivr Jackson vil'e , ....... B llip m Arrive ai kaon vililo alia 111 IfavrlLiiu avile Pfipm Arrive tiaiutaiville Inu a 111 " '1 liomaxt iile 7 I ft 11 ro Allatuy I Milan. M Moti'yomery via Cemral l It. 7 Vip id Naciiville via LAN It It li V s m " l.ouifVilie via l.N It It I fi7 p u; I 'iiK lel.a'i via LAN II It Its p n M Uiuia via 1. a N It It .. .. aunpm Waycnais II ill p 111 Hruu.wK k via II A W It It .. ..H 411 am Ailatuy v a It A W K It 4 ifi a 111 scon vis Central It It wmatr " Alianla via Cfiilnil It It . ... I ii.'i p in halisiiiaKS vis W A A It It ..'nTpul Jeriip ..I mi a ui lliun.wli k via i: T V A i lt K. .Us n. Maea 11 via K T V A O It It . . 7 ' a ro Atlanta via K T V 4 li It It ...II ;m n'n liatlaiiaMwa la r. T V a (i . 16 1 til I Ciuciuiiati via L in outli l.y Bin am 4 havamiah . Ills iu , Charleston .IVipni , Wiluiinirton K.'piii " ltH-huiond . lu 45a ni ' Waalniiaton J4npni " New Vork Mi p in fil!lnian Ituflel Car ami Mann lloiidolr Injtti t 7 a iu Cars via Wacriaa, Allau and Maeou, and v.s Wsycrtaui, Jeaup and Macou. lad wet n Jack sonville and Cuicinnal i; alao throush Pa.M-11. ser (batches ta-twecu Jsckaiu ville and Chatta. 11 m at a. Pu.lman ItiifTct Csra to snd frnra JarVHiu- ville snd Kaahvillu via Tboiuavllle and Moiit- Ifon ery. puilmsn linnet tars lit seen Jacksonville aud Wahinsl'J". wm. I'. 11 A ltlir.it, tienrral I sMienser Aaeut. H. G. FLEMIN J. Buoei inU nucnu FOR ORMOND, Daytnmit unci 1'ulnls on tlie '1-Znmt Voumt." St. JOHNS AND HALIFAX (The Wltlto.) ICVII.lCOWlJ. TIME TABLE No. I. To Take Effect MI1NIIAV. April 4, P7 (Daily, Ezuept Hun. lav ) POL'Tll IIUI'ND. Lv Jjckaonvilie via J., T. It K. W. . I'.V) p m ArPalatk.t ..... i.l.lpin I v Palatks via Ferry Armam-ar . SM.H p ro Ar Hollealon - - . - S.f ft p m I.v ttolleaton - - - - . A mi p tn Lv Ormond ..... ft ll p tn Ar IlayUina .... - tt. p tn Makinir connect ona with ateaniera and hack for freirht aud psaaase lor all pouila on Halifax river. NOUTII IIOl ak. Lv Daytr na .... . a m Lv 1 iriuond .... . H.im a tn Arltollesuin ..... In. main Lv Kolleaton via Ferry Arvamear . In III a m Arl'slatka ..... 1 Mm sin Lv Pslstks vis J..T K.W. Hy - llain Ar Ja kaonvlile .... .as p in Makinir c law connections for all points North aud a eat. heclal inducement to immigrants aad ci. c jraion partus Tbeouttb rates nf frelirlit riven to all points on the ha.t Cuaat, and aa low as by auy otbci linn. L'. J. WHITE. E. 8. BPEVCKR. Preat- tJ. P. A. MONEY;; to lie made, cut thia out and re turn to ua, and will netid )ou tree, sometliir u of vrsst vslus tnd imnortanco to you. that will ais t you In Is slneas which will l.rms you in a ore in ney rl-rht swsy thsn snthins elae in this world. Anyone can do the work snd live at borne; either sei, sll sires. Something- new, that J 11 at coin money for all worker. Ws will tart you; capital not m-eded 'l lna la 01 e 01 the genuine, important cbanc of a lifetime Th'Me wlu are aml itioua and enterpriains will not delay. iranl ouiht free. A'ilre.s Thl s A Co., Ausuata. Maine, i-e7 iiu 1JATENTS FMl'HF.Il IN IIK.IW IN A IILE Terms. Work rchahlc: aa-ra earetully and legally drawn. Write f.r iwrtieulara. N. I. 1'iil.l.AHKH, I'atent A ttortier and Mii-liaii. ical KiiKiueer, rU Cloud Itull.inm, M'aaliinirloii. I. C lA-tf WORKING CLASSES, furnish all clssses with ITTtNTIiiM emploment at home, the H I Lfl I lUll whole of the time, or for theirspare moments Ituaineas new, lisbtsnd 1 ruHtaiile. Personao either sex anally earn from tai cents to tAK per even! nir. and a protxirt lonal bum ly du. votm all their time to the biiaiueaa, lPi tnu rirla earn near.y aa much aa men. That all w ho ae this may send their addrea. ami teat the business, arsmake this offer. '1 o such aa ars not well ssllatled se sill send one dollar to pay for the trouhle of wrttinir. Full par ticulars and outfit free. Address i.kokos brisaoa tX.. Portland. Msiue. di 7-tnn Arrive Macou vis RTVtOHIl . . Arrive Allama via ITVU.hK . Ar C hatlaiiMira via K T V Jt i. K It Ar Cincinnati vis Ciu routli It It. ... , Rescued from the Grave. My wlfs far many years was affllrtsd with a blood discsae which batnaa tbs most skillul trrstnamt and finally resulted ia a vsrlargs slcsrstsd and U(ly lnAinf nmniaf snra ea eas of her Bmba. I tried cvary Jiaowa remsdy, such as tbs sanspsrills sad pot a liaiuiea aad pecactiptioBS of ths boat phyaiciana with so beaefit ia say way. A fw BKsUbs affa ny sttcntios was called to S.S.S, I procafad snma of that medicine, which she ben to take sad ia a abort time Irirrsssrd la flesh sad streasth, sod tbs sore, which was then leTfer thea my hand and reached to the booa, Ugaa to htmL Sbe bad bees ia such a tarrible condition for year and was to near dasth't door at lbs timssbs commiiacwl tha 8. B, 8. that I refnuaad (nan mskiac tbs lacs knows to tbs public. 1 psblicly mska this lanwnat lur tba beneAtof all who are afflicted se mf wife Frvs Poans, Jonas Co Ga May so, RAILROADS. THK Sl MMl.K SCIIKIU LK Will gn into effiH t SUNDAY, MAY 8, 1887. When traina ill run aa follows: htHTII III ll'N l- MAIN LINE. Ct'BAM Mill. liailv. 1-. i p in 1-; w p iu MllKU 1'HAIk. a :m p ia 4 II li ia I.v Jackaoii iile. . amain " llralia-e Pal k . Itl III (recii Cot e p-p H U7 a in Palatkaileuial'io Ida iu " " . Iiir l .I In ls ni ' I'ouioua. . . 1 1 i"1' a in " II nut in i"ii . II las in " !- iile II 4ii s iu fprius llaril'ii li is p in " Ih ljiii l .lime i M pm I -4 p III ft Ul p Ul S 1 1 p iu ai p iu a IT P is 7 l'i i iu 7 .at p iu a lu p ui H im p iu " 52 p lu a 52 p in Is p in 2 .15 p ui B U p iu 4 10 p ni V It! p iu 4 14 p lu V 47 p Hi 4 3i p iu a 5A p ui 4 -i p in . ... 4 p in III 17 p lu In IjiiiiI . i 15 p in I nuinrc I Hy J V! 4rt p 111 ' 1 uiei priM Jc li .Sa p in ' M'tllllw . . I u'i p in Ar I nleipriM' . " Piiiiloi'l I 15 p ill NnlCIII luil Ml. Ci has Mll. iiul. I.v iinfonl . 1 l'i a m I'.iiierpriM' " Moima- . r.iiterpriM. .It- . . " iiiuuae I il J 1 Hi a m " In ud " Ik Laiiil June, i ma lu Ppima liind ii 2 I 'a ui n-i iile . :i ir; a in H mil iitittoii ... ;i 'Jii s in " I'oiiii'iia . II ;ia in " I'll I H I km I.Hll'l at l i I'iii'u t i 4 laiti lin'ii I e pp 5 "I a in traiia Park . . 5 !m a tu :H s m a to a tn a 47 a in a i s iu t 10 p iu 8 I I p ui r ai p iu (i w 40 p III a 55 a in ( 35 p iu IS a iu s l s in In nu a in in in s in In 4n s in II 17 s ill II li s iu li 21 p in li ftti p in s 5ft p III ii l:l p iu II .'a! p ui 4 la p ui 4 -H p Ul ft IU p in ft u7 p in a r p in A 5a p iu Ar Jnckaom Hie. . M :m s in 1 ia p iu I mi p IU Nul l CiiIhiii Mail Ilium nlml) I atop only at .till ii 'ii. indicated, aud run aolitl Im1 seen Jai'k H'ln iile ami In in pa. Pullinan lliiflet hie'piiis tai-a ute ailiu-lied. No coiiuiH-tiou to Kiilur- INDIAN RIVER DIVISION HAII.V. KXCI IT hl NllAY. liulNll Mil I'll. !.cH e Mini ol-il . Monroe ... I'.lllelprlMC " I Mit'll Ml Ilia A i l l e 'I iiu.t Iile til II Mi Mill III. l ean' Tiiii-n iile Mima I lolOCII " K.ulet pi iae ..... Molina A rri e hiiiilonl . n 45 p ra S 57 p Ul 4 III p in 4 55 p in 17 p ui a id p in li !M p III li a p iu . I 4M p Ul . if Hi p ill . :m p ui I 55 p lu Sanford and Lake Enstis DiTision. IiAII.Y KXiKIT NUN DA V. (inlMi WIT. Ia-hx e Kiiiiford . ' I 'sola . . . hoi-iiiiio " Ml. I i"i u Arrive Tatarea. . U Uu a in ft Ul p iu w ifi a iu ft IH p ui III li a iu ft 57 p ui in ;c! a ui Kl p ni lu 4a a iu ti i7 p iu tiiHNli KAKT. I.ene Th nres. Ml. Iioni h"l li'lll'i Piii'la . Arrive Kiuilord nu a in 12 m ni 7 l;i a iu li 17 p ni 7 -n a. iu li It7 p iu N lift a iu I p iu a a iu Z uu p m . lor fuilher iiifoitnalien, tlironah con. ni-etiona, el4-., hh foidera, uea hpatcra and lartfs lime ciiiiIb al alHlioua. M. IC. MultA.N, L. C. lilCMIMi. lieu'l. Hupt. A (i. P. A. I., il l. Ticket Aitt. SI. Anpstiie aid Palatka HAIL WAY ! "THE STANDARD SHORT LINE." TIME TABLE No. 6. Taking Effect Snnday, May 8, 1887. standard Tims (IMH li) Meridian. IIAII.V EXCEPT M'NUAVH. WIT. EAHT. iikaii l"is n. hTATHlNH, iikaii pp. No. .1 No. I. No. U. No. 4 Lv. Lv. Ar. Ar. P. M. A.M. P. M. P. M. :i :ai am... . ft. 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