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THE DAILY NISWS-PAT.A'f ICA. FLORIDA, IItAY 1IORNIKG, LA.Y 2 ;':57.
THE DAILY NEWS st. ArersTixE. Tit Now Fire Kne;ln4 laterals la til Conmon Connfil The Doctor. fVrrf).'?"w tile ttkttka Iftm. St. ArorsnxK, May 19, 1887. The Guards picnic at Toeoi viiterilay was decidedly n boivtun affair. The at ten. lance wan very large. Music, dancing-, rowing, etc., were the amusements affonled. Tlie refreshment were ample and "fit for the gods." Tlie finaHewt of the new SiLdx-y steam fire engine waa made lute yesterday af- ternuon. The new machine worked sat isfactorily, and doubtless, the Common CJyjinfil at the next meeting will make 'atr Siltdiey Company's agent happy by potiHetwing tlieui with the price of the new and elegant "fire invader. l'erliaps there is no city or town in tlie State wliime citizens take more in terest in the proceedings of the Common CiMincil than do the people of St. Augus tine. They are right; these proceedings form a most imjKrtant link in the his tory of tlie place. Being somewhat pro phetic it enables the intelligent and wide-awake citizen to protest, ere it is tK late, agidnat any misuse of the prerogatives by officials, and en ables the people to defeat any woject not strictly in the interest and progress of the place. Last night Prof. Anthony O. Carter, of Victoria, Bahama Islands, assisted by his music class and Prof. MctJt on the violin and cornet, gave a concert that was certainly a credit to the negro race. The selections were from the latest and mott popular operaH La Traviata and II Trovatore were not slighted and ren dered in a most cltaruiing style. Ama teurs would find it a difficult task to ex cel the array of colored talent tliat took ltrt. Tlie Government lot north of the St. Augustine Hotel site will be leased on the 25th for a term of five years. Don't suppose the opposition among would-be lessee will lie very strong. The Common Council hist night agreed with the Silsby Couiany's agent to ei change the old for a new steamer by giving a difference of j.K). THE lXX-TOItK. The oration f Dr. Neal Mitchell Is-fore the Florida State Medical Association is spoken of as a tuaster-piece of logic and rhetoric. Your corresjiondent was in disHHcd, and consequently ilelmrrtil the pleasure of hearing him. The Association, just liefore the final session, accepted the invitation of Frank lin W. Smith, and visited Villa Zoradu. The doctors "jjertt an hour examining the large collection of Spanish and Moorish works of art. Ihr. F. F. Smith, of St. Augustine, was aKintod to deliver the next annual oration, ut the meeting to lie held in Gainesville the third Tuesday in May, 1MMN. The Association expressed itself much pleased with St. Augustine, and say the session just closed hiis been by far the most pleasant, practical and profitable yet held. The informal reception at the Hotel San Salvador last night, tendered by Ir. leVitt Webb, was greatly unjoyed by those iarticipatiiig. Seventeen new members were add til to the Association at the present session. DR. J. W. HICKS, The new President f the Florida State Medical Association, is a native of South Carolina, in which State he grew to manhood and started out to explore the realities of life. He married in his native orate. During the war he refugeed.with his family, to Georgia, and located at Valdosta. At the close of the unpleasant ness be returned to South Carolina, but finding everything in -a wrecked con dition, business prostrate, and the practice of his profession there uninviting, he again sought the hospitality of Vahhista, and finally moved to Florida, at the incep tion of the lioom which has given her such a boost forward and brought her proper recognition by the sisterhood of States, and made himself a home at Or lando where he now resides. Dr. Hicks lias experienced a most checkered jirtv fesstonal career and I doubt if there is a member of the Association, of which he is now the honored head, who under stands ami appreciates the burdens of his profession better th:m he. Only his stability and firmness of character have brought him to the top round. Sltt. Farmer John on the Ilotr. Editor f the f lifitffcii Xetrx. I hope your editorial concerning the Florida hog will prompt the present legislature to ass some law that will, in a measure at least, protect the farmers from the hog. It occurs to me that this is a very important matter looking to the interest of the farming community. At present the hogs of Florida are doing more damage than they are worth, to say nothing of the cost of fencing against them. I am in favor of a sweeping hog law, requiring all hogs to be kept securely in closed. More than likely public nenti ment would not at this time favor a law so strict, but I do think that the people throughout the State would favor a law something like the following: Owners may lie held resHnsible for all damages done by their hogs to prop erty protected by a lawful fence." Maid damages to lie collected by law at the expense of the owner of the hog. Or, bogs found in any place, protected by a 'lawful fence," may lie held or sold for damages after being advertised ten days . by three public posted notices, and not lieing redeemed by the owner paying damages and cost of advertisi ng. . A "lawful fence" against liogs in Flo rida, shall not lie Uss than three feet high, with openings not to exceed five inches. A body of water, four feet deep, shall lie considered a "lawful fence" against hogs. A law something like the ulsjve would ermit hogs to run at large, and at the same time give tlie farmer unit garden" proier protection against tliem. It would not entirely remove the evil, but it would greatly diminish it, until in a few years public sentiment would favor and sustain a strict hog law. Farmer Johx. The present ea-diier of the National Traders' Imnk of Portland, Me., is Edward OonkL lli has been cashier continuou.-Jy for fifty-three yearn, and is over SO years ol.L C. V. Harp, of Detroit, Miota.. is tbe poe scMor of a document that lie tielioves to tw tbe original copy of Gen. tt. E. Lee's fare well onler to tlie army of Northern Vir ginia. In England ixnslo women and widows have had full municipal sutTrat for eighteen yean. Mr. UlteUUxio says tiiat they rxer ctee it "witiiout aiotriuit'tii ami with great ad vantage. " HOW" IT FEEL TO BE HANGED. Tne Seasatlm of sat Expert IXnxrrlbed ay HiMMlI-HUlul Kesaark. New York Sua. Si rixgfield, N. 3L, May 9. Theodore Baker w ho waa hanged here on Friday for the murder of Frank Unruh in Col fax County, wislied to be remembered as the one American who was hanged twice f.ir a single crime. In conversa tion with the .Sim correspondent a short time after he had received word from Oovernor Kims that there wan no hope for hmi. llakersaiU: '-it is not the pain that I fear at alL I have lieen hanged, anil I know what I am talking about. W'luit ails me is that I don't want to die. and I don't think I ought to. Probably if you knew tliat in an instant vou were to be blown to noth ingness, so tliat you could experience no sintering wliatuver, you would appre ciate how I feel about it. As for the mode of death, you can say that it is as good as any other, and it don't need to lie too artistically done, either. Why, when they bunged me first down here bv the raiirostd track, I was scared half to death. Thev had no mordern appli ances, and I made up my mind that tliev were ging to give me a ter rible struggle of it, but it was nothing of the sort. The mob swung me off from a telegraph pole like they would a log, and then one or two of them pulled my legs. That isn't so almighty nice, but still it don't hurt as you might think it would. I must have hung there ten or fifteen minutes before tlie sheritl and his posse found me and cut me down. Of course by tliat time I was unconscious, but I rememliered enough of what had oc curred to banish any fear that I might have of death on the gallows. It's death in whatever form it comes that I object to. If I luive got to go I had just as soon go by the roiie as by the bullet, and I had a good deal rather go by the rope tlian by the knife or by oisoii. Vou can say this much for the information and comfort of all the poor fellows wlio will have to swing when I am gone. Tell them to brace up ami take it easy. They are going to die easier deaths than tliree-fourtlis of the fat old judges who sentence them ami who exjiect to die in their beds. There has been altogether too much writing and talking on the subject of the bar liarity of the gallows. I'm in favor of abolishing capital punishment myself, but if a man must die, what's the use of lieing too jiarticular about the mode so long as you have got a good enouirh scheme now ? Later on, in siieaking aliont his crime and his two punishments, one bv the mob and the ot her bv the law. Baker said :' Under all the circumstances my crime was not murder, any way. I had iiecouie involved, m a imarrel lietween Unruh and his wife and, foolish as tliat was. it would liave Uil to nothing more if Unruh had not attacked me. I had to kill him or lie killed. The woman swore against me in order to save her self. She was scared to death liecause they lynched me and she was afraid that unless somebodv swung for the crime she might lie called on some dark night. Hut whether my crime was dehlierate murder or not, 1 think I have been pun ished enouirh. It is more than a year since the mob lynched me and since that time I have lived with a rope around my neck all the time. As I have said to you, my sutTerim, when I was beinir re- susciated were greater than they were when I was hanging. It took me three months to get over the effects of the lynching. Two or three times a day my bruin would le in a whirl and I would ose alt control mvself. Then when I slept 1 would go through it all again. At length, when I was brought to trial and was convicted and sentenced to death I liad the rope once more liefore me. The anxiety a I w ml the trial and later about my appeals has worn on me until my nerves a-euialiout at bad a condi tion as thev were when I was in the hos pital at Santa Fe, and tho old complaint from which I s uTered when I was recovering from the lynch ini? has returned airum. I haven't slept for months without lianging by the neck through it all. t an you imagine what it is to be conscious all the time of dangling in that way? Asleep or awake I have a roiie around my neck. and I know exactly how it feels. I think I have had cm nigh of it, but as they seem not to think in these parts 1 suppose I shall have to take some more. lean, tell you, though, that 1 don't want any Usly to bring me to life this time When Igooi t to-morrow I will know just what is coming, and when I tell the sheriff to let me slide, I will be the first man in America who has lived a year and a half to snv that a second time to a hangman." Ilaker had several warm friends here who lal-ed earnestly in his Ndialf, and who regard his punishment as unjustly se.'ere. lie went to the roiie unflinch ingly, and just l-efore the trap was sprung, w hen the attendant shifted the knot a tittle, he heard Baker say : - "That's right: 1 have been in the habit of having it a little higher up." A Right Smart Nebraska Bor. I'likaifo Hcruld. "I want to tell you a little story about my lioy out in Newbraskey," said an old farmer in the smoking car to the party of drummers who bad liecn telling some pretty tall yams. "My Imv is a good deal of a genius in his way, lemme tell yon, and none of em gets ahead of bun. T'other day he rigged up a kite. It was the biggect kite I'd ever set eyes on. It was alsiut six feet wide, and twice as long, an on top of it " my Imy placed a few green branches which he'd cut from a Cottonwood tree. "What's them fer?" I imiiiired. 'Never you mind dad. says he: I know what I'm about. And. bv gosh, he did. He tlew that kite up in tfie air an' stood watching of it for a long time, when I says to him; You'd better pull that thing down, now, and get to your work. 'limine alone, dad,' he replied. Til git thar yet. And. by gosh, he d id. The next time I took a look at him he was hauling in on that kite line, and w ith a smile on his face as broad as a furrier. When the kite came down near the ground 1 saw what he was suiiliu' at, an' it was enough to make a body smile, Its. Any you fellers want to guess what w as on tliat kite?" None of the drummers wanted to guess, and the old man continued his story: "Wall, sir, a-sittin' on the top o tliat kite was eleven o the pnrtiest wild geese ve ever saw. Yes. sir. eleven on em, Vou see the geese was tlvin North nurtv thick, an" my I my he got up this scheme to catch 'em. There ain't many trees out mir way. an' after a fat goose has lieen Hyin purty steady all day he gets kind o' tired like an' looks around for a place to sit down an rest. That's just what my was conntin on when he built that kite, liy otTerm' the. ge-se a place to stop an rest, an" by smearin' the top o the kite with tar so their feet would stick so fast they couldn't get away, he diil the business. By Uosh" but it was fun to pull them geese in. Just as fast as we could send the kite up and pull her down again we got from ten to twelve geese, au' I'm takin em to Chicago nTiw to sell. None o" you smart story tellin" fellers don't happen to know what wild geese is wuth in the Chicago market, do your" Cured T Idleness. Tiraes-1 Vm smt. Palestine. May 15. It has just leaked out that night liefore last a colored man of this city, know n as Old Jess, was taken from" a house where he was stay ing, at 10 o'clock at night, carried half " a mile into the woods and administered a sound thrashing with a leather strap. The committee who w aited on him were all colored men. After the whipping they told Jess tliat if he did not go to work the next day they would call and give him a doubto allowance next day. Jess is a constitutional loafer, and for a year or more has had no visible means of support, passing all of his time Bit ting on a beer keg at the back of a sa bxm. gasing with any one disposed to talk with him. Yesterday morning, af ter tlie Hogging, Jess went to the woods and cut fuel ami lias been laboring dili gently ever since. MEDICAL. ThorooirMT etranse the blond, which is the fountain of health, toy using; iJr. Pieroe'a Gott en Meoicai imoovery. ana amd digestion. fair akin, buoyant apirita. vital atreiwta. and euuDdneaa of conat1tutkn will be established. Gotten Medical Iieoovery rurea all humors, from the common pimple, blotch, or eruption. to the worst Scrofula, or blnod-polaoo. Es pecially baa ft proven tut efficacy in curlna-8alt-rhaani n Tetter. Fever-aorea. Hip-Joint IttAe. Scrofulous Sores and Swellings, Ea- atrired U lands, and Eatlna; Lioers. Golden Medical Discovery cures Consump tion rwMca is scrofula or tne unrM, oy m vnnVrful tOnmt.Mirif vlnr. invflpnratiDff. and nutrttlva ptiems. 1'or Weak Lunaa. Ppit tinvof Blood. Shortness of Ttrvath. Bronchitis, Severe Coua-hs. Asthma, and kindred affec tions, re a a sovereiam remedy, it prouipuy cures the severest looms. For Torpid Liver. Biliousness, or Ut Complaint." Dyspepsia, and I ndifrestion. it an unequalled remedy, eoia ny aruirrista. DB. PIFHCIX PELLETS Aatl iii I and Cathartic. Sc. a vial, by druinrista. "PERTINENTLY PI T. A Coaple f Long; Sentences Before; the Header Can Take Breatb. Jacksimville News. Suppose that a Democratic convention were to assemble on the first of June, UW7, for the purpose of nominating a Oovernor to serve for four years, and suppose tliat the present Uemocratic members of the Legislature were mem bers of such convention, and further supjxMe tliat they were to conclude to nominate some prominent gentleman for such office, and having done so, sup- iose the gentleman so nominated should say in reply tliat he would accept such nomination, but that lie lelt it uue to candor to say tliat eighteen months lie fore the expiration of the term lor which he was nronosed as a candidate that there would be a vacancy in the United States Senate, and to fill such vacancy a Senator was to be elected from Florida. and that being a position generally re garded as second only to the Presidency of the United States, he would feel un willing to decline having his friends sui- port him for such lxittition. Now in such case would the present Democratic mem bers of the Legislature confirm such a nomination? "Nassau in Timea-L'ttiou. PER CONTRA. And suppose the President of the United States on tlw 1st dav of June, 1MH7, should be called ution to apiioint a Surveyor Oeneral for Florida, to serve for four years (tliat being tlie length of the term for which Ex-Oov. Bloxham was annointedk and suiniose tirover n-'leveland were then President, (as he will lie unless called olf by death), and further suppose that the President should conclude to apiioint some prominent gen tleman for such office, and having noti fied the trentleman of bis nurtiose. he should say in reply to the President tliat he would accept such appointment, but that lie felt it due to candor to say that tint yearn liefore tlie expiration of tlie term for winch he was propose! to be appointed there woulil le vacancy in the United Senate, and to fill such vacancy a Senator was to lie elected from r lor l. la. ami that lieing a iosition generally regarded as second only to the iTcsideney of the United States, he would feel unwilling to decline liaving his friends support fiim for such a iiosi- tion and moreover, in order to lie suc cessful in the Senatorial race, it might and proUibly would lie necessary to en ter actively into the Senatorial canvass and thus Isring himself directly in con flict with the l"resident's policy. Now in such case would the present President of the United States, to wit : Srover Cleveland, make such an appointment? JJIVAU Jacksonville, Slav 16, 1SS7. Angry Fruit (I rowers. New York Tinies. Newbiro, N. Y May 15. Fruit growers all along the Hudson River be tween Cornwall and Catskill, a distance of over 60 miles, are angry with the commission men in New York City who expect to act as middlemen lietween the producers and consumers this summer. Every variety of fruit will yield enor mously. The indications are tliat the first consignments ofstrawberries will lie ready for shipment 18 days hence. Dur ing the ast two weeks committees of fruit growers liave waitiil upon the igents. asking that they either reconsider their ultimatum tliat much of this sea son's fruit yield must lie shipped in non- returnaoie crates, usually designated as gift packages, or else the commission men should agree to a lower schedule of cartage rates, and to a decrease in the amounts of commission received. Sev eral of the committees were informed that the agents could not afford to lower rates. Other firms asked for time to con sider the matter, and they deckled yes terday afternoon that it would be im- iMissible for them to make any conces sions whatever. Fruit growers here and there along the Hudson received word to the etfect by mail to-day and they pro pose, like the leach growers in Dela ware, to do this, that and the other thing. It is pointed out that a fruit growers' exchange could easily lie organized in new i ork, and if what some of the fruit producers say is a fair criterion to to bv an exchange may be formed, and very soon at that, r roni the growers s point of view the commission men liave things all in their own hands. The fruit is shipped to them and they make weekly returns, after deducting 10 per cent, commission and the amount of the freight and cartage. The sliipiier re ceives a checK for the balance, the grower does not know who liuys the fruit, as the agents never give names, nor does he know what it sells for. He has to trust in tlie agent's honesty. It is understood that a numlier of growers have made private arrangements with several firms, and that the Newburg, Poughkeetiie, Catskill, and other lines of steamers have agreed to carry the fruit more cheaply than formerly, where non-returnable packages are used. The fruit industry alone the Hudson is now a vast one, and if the New York commission men. ny forming a "com bine." can force the growers to ship much of their products in gift crates, it will necessitate an outlay of thousand of dollars, not only this season but in every season following. Up to date all kinds of baskets and crates liave been returned free, and where even one was lost the commission men have hail to pay for it. Tlie fruit growers intend to make a bitter fight. An Infidel on Trial. New York Hentl'L Morristown. N. J., was yesterday in a fever of excitement over the ojiening of the trial of an alleged infidel. Charles Ii. Reynolds was formerly a minister of the gospel, but, as fce claims, his eyes were opened, and he became a pro nounced intideL He tjok to nouiadic preaching, and when he could not give spice enough to lus lectures, he distrib uted among his hearers a pamphlet con- taming blasphemous language against the Deity. In tlie course of his travels he visited Boonton, N. J., and there erected a tent. Curiosity brought a large numlier of people to hear him, but his utterances were so blaspluunous, it was claimed. tlut he was threatened with lynching if he did not leave tbe locality. Mr. Reynolds did not leave, and so a mob pulled down his tent and intended to tear him asunder, but he made Ids escape. As he showed no inclination to leave the town he was arrested, and sub sequently indicted, under the old ew Jersey laws, for blasphemous language. The rase has been put off once or twice before, and was again adjourned yesterday until Thursday, in conse quence of the inability of CoL Ingersoll who is Reynolds' counsel, to be present until that day. 1 be desire to see Cot. Ingersoll and lis tea to the trial, brought a large crowd to court yesterday. BANK STATEMENT. REPORT OF THE CONDITION -OF THE First National Bast of Palafta, .ilf rahttka, in the State of Morula, at the rlojte of Ilnxiiiesx, ility 13, 1S5?7. RESOrUCES. Loan and discounts Overdraft I". H. Bond to secure circulation wher stuck. lnkndand mortirairti I lii f rou n.Tr M reHcrvea-fi-uts.. Ilue fmmother NstMHutJ itatuks. . .. Hue from Stute Ikuikg and l-unkent Real estate, furniture aud fixtures . Current ex-n-i ami tales puid . .. Premiums paid Check slid other t!i itenu Hills of i- her Itsnloi ' rat-ti kimI iaper curren-y. nii-fceU and cents le Ijfiml-teniter not- Redeiui-tiou imidaitli I. S. Trt-ii.- urvr 5 ier cenL. nf ciiv.iliiiioio . . S.U43.TS SV.nO.iiU .T.Mi.M av.4iLi :tu n lo.l m I ;."-oi.i , 35. 4i It Ti i.til .tl.lKJU.Ul 1 13V0.) Total S4!-4.t.lX.l $lii.f inn) 1 ,! i.iAii.rrri 'n.ital sun k paid in hurphts fiiiiil I'itlivi'l4d rofit NatHinsl llHiik notes oul-tan'lin;?. . . livileml uii(aiil Individual dettotiit f.utji-t ti check l-msnd certificate d U i-onit Certitied checks Hue to other National Kinks Hue to State liuukstuid bunkers . . 4 .".to zmhi.i K.IO aiUfci.47 i!.:ts:i.n; .VUUI '4.Vi fi.uriu.ui Total f4.t4.i) tl.il State of Florida, Count v of I'ctnuin. 1. William J. Wiiw-irar, Preniib'iit of tlie shove mimed fauik. do solemnly sweiirtlmt tlie above statement istrue tothe liet of my knowledge and lielief. W. J. w I Kli.K K. President. SuttNcriticd and sworn to before me this ma day t May, Issi. it. ci 1 . m .1 1. in i . Notarv Fublu-. Stale of t-loriui. Correct Attest: K. J. ADAMS. 1 K. 1. MK.ItSKltKAL'. - Directors. W. J. WI.NKliAK, PROFESSIONAL CARDS. c. j j(Mi:rn, c. r. City and I n purveyor. wm. M. in ss . c. Architect. Joseph & Husson, CIVIL ENGINEEKS, Surveyors and Architects. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS Ft Ut AM, kimbsof lluildinim. Complete let of iov- e mm -ill F-ld Nutes of the County Maw. Town Platn-d and Land Uucs definitely t t;.!lihrl. I'" AH Work C.inintntecd. Room 3 and 4. .Morairne block. Falatka. Fla. JOS. K. BAUIWIX. ClMPBEtL C. ClM'HKAM. Haiti" in Si Cochran, LAW. CHILL m iLDINC. FKOXT STREET. E. II. 3IeKan, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND Notary Public State of Florida. Frr it Street. Oi.uosite Putnam House. PALATiCA. KLOKIDA. David B. Lewis. Civil Engineer. T RAILROADS. WATER fl l'PLV. LAND V lruiiiu;e and Seweraire. hK-eial attention given to imiutury iiniri ment.H. P.O. adilreitevillc Ha. tM-;i-miiI.Vw BKN4. HITS AM CAI.HOIX. ROHT. W. HAV IKVI.NO OIl.I-IS. Calhoun, Davis & (iillis, ATTORNEYS AT LAW,, PALATKA. FLORIDA. Will practice in Stale ami Federal Courts. Wm. Thompson, Lawyer AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Commissioner of llccd-4 Tor New York. RT SiMt-ial attention irlven to Cnve-anc- iiiK, IluV mif aud Selliiia- Lauds and Examina tion of Titles. finis. M. Hilliard & Co., (SnccesMors to lial.lwin & Cochran.) FIRE INSDRMGE AGENTS. Onite-l'dUtka National Bank Ruildin? PALATKA. FLORIDA. W All elssscs of Fire Insurance placed 'in reliable companies at advqiiatu rates. JEWELERS. i r R. J. RILES, OLD RELIABLE J W ELER, lias Just received a tanre Stock of Watches Clocks and Jewelry. t REPAIRING SPECIALTY. Goli aii Silver Hatint 'FRONT STREET. 3 DOORS FROM j ' POST-OFFICE. Watcues, Clccxs, SilYerware, Spectacles, Gold Pens, Pencils, Pocket Knives, Stationery, Newspapers. MTIXE WALKING CANE.?, from 25 eta. upward. All Reoairina Guaranteed. Xo. 17 ICran Block. MISCELLANEOUS PALATKA HARNESS SHOP ! THE OXI.T EXCLrIVEI.T HARNESS Hl"SiNIJ IN THE CITV. Manufa.--turer and lK-aler in Harness. Saddles, llriilk-s. Collars, Whips, Spurs. Axle flresne. tte Ac H ami-Made Harness constantly on baud and to onW-r. Our Machine-Made Harness Is of sxmd ma terial and workmanship; nut madv for tne StHitnern trade." Hanw-w oil. S1.S0 per cailon (in bulk). Repairing; neatly done. Orders bv mail promptly attended to. R. C. SANDERSON, LEMON ST- OPPOSITE PCTNAM HOC87S PALATKA. FLORIDA. apa-6m 03 r ft n. Ji , HOTEL3. PAVILION HOUSE, M. I.COXE.Prop'r. Corner Second and Orange Streets. BOARD IiV THE DAY. WEEK OK 3I0XTII. Talle supplicil with the tK-wt the market affords. The House has li n tlMimuirhlv renovated and ret unlimited, and tiit.-la.' acouiml tlnns will lie furnished at KEASOXAHLE KATES. milutwira Windsor Hotel, WINTER RKKOKT, J.K kSONVII.I.K ...lUHSlD.l. .if the 3l.ml Ci,mfi,rt,ihl? .iml lI..m.-IJU II 4, U in the L'uittil .fncs. 1'liu U'in.lj... , ..., , ... . has acveinuiiMlatioiut f,.r four liumlnd truest. f-ir firSoiM.ri Im-T-'k the II IMiSl'Il Hill jm ttt rig in iKfiml-r, oud n.in ihr time ofritiiij until '! nuiru 10, vill tiiol.r ii; ?-ie lUtt u (in in, lure. W'-ht ti Ti'UrbUntitciime ! FI'Tulii em In in the S.iln,n. ltrt liMTttii.n. fainir eaf am tlu titv lVtrlr oiith m M,iinw ttmt-t snd iionh oil luul street, is the linavt ill J.n ki.M lllf. Kisnns with I Mill, parlor ttiiites. eletutor. gteillil heat. Has, ete. l utic uiteriMioii and eveuinir. EQUINOX HOUSE SI MMER RESORT. M . 111 STKK .... VKItMONT. F. If. OHV1S. aiki-lm pBr"lfs t it taken. THE CARLETON, Talatka. Florida. ANDREW SHELLEY, ritoruiEToit. Kates, $.. to S3 Vcr Day LEGAL. (ill aril ian's Notice. i HEKEiiv ;ivi: xirncE that i ix- I tend In apply to the JiMtre id th lifth Judieiid Cii-iuit of Fluridn. in the eiirhth day of Jtnie. A. I., 17, ut his Chitui- K-r. in i.aini-iviH.-. im inia I niintv. lor auihority tat sell the inl. n-! of liiii.v K. Turk- Inina. a nniiair, in ra-al a lali'. Miiiata- in rm n:i;n i anility, known a wiiiit lot tsai a,f I'a lid ka.aiitiilsai eanain of har p:ira-els eonilcmna'd li ila liy da-rti' of I ' ni ta.-l Slate? I ireml I 'onrt lor Xortha-rn Uiftria l ait' Florida. Ha-ca-mlier-'l, l"7'.. in the eun- a.f John S. Al'lmlt is. C.I. lleveieaux. ea-a'iitor aif . I'arkhiir-f. et h. t-lKi K . I'AKKlll IOI. May 7, ". 1iiimw.iI i'l (iiianliari. Notice of lncori'oratlon. rpuE rxDF.itsir.xKD herert oive no il in K. in iinuanae ot the Matuta-? ar the State of Fli inda, in HUth esjae made and pro vided, of the lormation of a corporation un der tlie ptovMoiis of Chapter 1!7, laiws of I-loriila. to eoii.-lriii t, miliul tin and oix-rate a railnwiL coriimana-iiiir at tha eif y of Calatka. in the enmity ad FuiiiMin, f-late of Florida, runninir in a winterly or northwetitaTly alira-e-tiou through the touiitii aif Ptitnain, Clay, Alachua. Iifayattt. Taylor. JeffaTMiit. Ieoii and liadh'ii, with hrnnches Into the counties of Hrailford. SHWHiHi. Columhia, Madinam, Iel y ami Wakulla: Miid conipan) to Is- known as the Falatka and orthwetatrii ICaiiway ComiMiiy. H. I HART, ralatka. R. N. MCltKAY.Chi.airo. J. C. VEICTlfEES. Ialatka. V. J. WEItll. Pnlatka. f. J. K E.N.N Eli LV, I'alatka. M'MNEIt CCIIAMiLF.lt, I'alatka. WILLIAM .1. W IN Eli Alt. I'alatka. S. I". HAM MONO, I'alatka. MAKCI'S I.OEIt, I'alatka. II. i. I'AYXi; I'alatka. F.llW AKII LEWIS, Tallahassee. Pa i.atk a March U2. ln7. tnliJwlin Notice. LL PERSONS I N" I IEHTF.O T I TH E LATE tirm d Richtinlsoii y Co., or A. StrauHZ, suecessiH. are Inn try notified that such inda-fitealna-Ms iiiiiHt Is uid immcdiata'i v to the umlemiKueiL J. .N. IIL.( KWKI.I, Receiver. May 13. t-WT. myl4-7t All lVrsoiis Take Notice THAT JAMES nri!T, OF PA I.ATKA, FI.A ftaiji eetutl ffi tte mm Ail nt for the sale aif my lanl in Palatka or el.cw here, air for a-ollectins" rent or im,tulni(iitM due on htii'l cauitractK. or for actinir in any other csacity forme. And that hcn-afttr I chilli pa ixinally attand to the l-ii-iiiii-as connected with my proK-rty In I'alatka. All cnans ha inir any writ tan troutracts siirtuil liy James Hurt as sira'iit for me are rctitia-Mtaii to present ttwm to me lor approval. Any rents or inntalments on land, contracts due me may lie paid either to my credit at the Find National I lank of I'alatka, or to me at St. Aiiiru.iiiic, Fla. GEO. Rl'KT. April Zi, 1H87. sOK-4wdJiW Notice of Meetiii!; of the Put nam Maiuifactiiriiii; and Ini nrovemeiit I'oniiiany. 1 O ALL COXCEItXEH fIRF.ETIXf!: Whkhkam, tin the iMhdayad May. A. I. H-7. I, S. ii. lNiran. alid apjly, in a riiinir. to E. M. Vary. Jutiae af the I'eaa-e in and for I'titiiaiii founty. Kla.. residiiur in the city of 1'ulatkiC. tb,kiiiir the Maid Ju-tii-ak, for itinmI ami siitticiciit naolis, in sniai Mtition st hinre sat fairtli, ami in accord;tme with the Statute in such cae maaie and pnividaL to ilirect anal authorie me to cull a meetinir of the stockholders of the I'lit i lam Mamilaaturiiiir and Improvement Comttuiy tiy hii wnrrant, to Is- held after alue notice ssreliirtMl liy law, for the piiri'o"e of reairaniatioli and the t ralu-atctioiiox tua-h lalsi-na-m of said oinpany as may be exiedient and iMfessary : Mild Whereas. Said Justice, upon eim-iiilerinfr said tition. alid issue his warrant on said May Is, w7.alire4. t1UK aud auihorimir me to call said iiiiH-tiiiir. Now, theref ore. take naitia-e. That tha'Stis k holiettaif said Piitiutra Manufacturing sihI improemaut Coinistny will ma-t at thtaittice ad I aihoun, liuvis V tiillis, in the city of I'a latka, Putnam CaHiuty. Ha., on Saturday. June 4. l.-v7. at Vi m., for tlu puiMae of reairiraniAa tion. election ad oni--r ami tlirectors, snd for tlie trstisaa'f iam of sua-h litisineas aif (said Cum anT as may then tie da-enicd necesharv' or ex eiliatit. S. ti. IX IRAN, MemlsT snd Stas-khohla-r of the Putnam Man efacturinir anal Improvement Comiauiy. Palatka. Kla.. May IS, lw7. iuyl'.-'lt.liitw Notice. N O ONE H A3 A NV A ITHOKIT Y TO conrrsct any delits airainst tbe Steamer UEtiRCEA except R.J. Ailsms, Ain-nt. liE ACii c MILLER. Palatka, Fl Nov. S. lsMi. Owner. DESKS. Derby Roll Top Desks! FMRsT-CL.39 IW WJFKMiKSItlP, MA tckiii. lv-iTa and Finish, w hile many are swkiua trl tijr otlernijr INKFKInK cool at lower prica-s tha s our, wa are.wBere po-wble, mskina- our Oeska Mors Perfea-t, and will not lower tha quaiitjr to compete with Low-Pricsd Workmanship and Pnor Material. Several atyk-s la stock adapted for phytic tana and home use. Herbjr OesSS In Antiqu Oak. Red CberrT, Black Waiautanl MahotkSnr. srt a tJloarii mi on appiiaration. URKBV HILiMKK ll-iK CO.. fai-4m WJaTOX. MAfrS. RAILROADS. iiUKiuA mimn kailwai THE ORANGE BELT ROUTE Daily Time Table in Effect Hag 19, 1887. TRAINS GOING SOCTH. Lv St, Auirustine " Jiu'ksonville .. Palatka " JTlkW Jc. . IntrlMcbeu. .. Keuka M. M.i-kin Hawthorn liSJIMTH llie Ilochctlc Ar isiiias ille . .. I.v Mia-nnopy " 1 a lihaa.- irrs 1 .-Mla Weinntain hkiawaha .... So. 11 ke W a-ir. f -eSiii'ir . 1 ikahumiika . . llr.iireiti June.. 11 ItllS'ltiSI lln,iUui,.' , r 1 hlale IIV Ki. IliMII f Iaka-luiid Ar Itariow I.v loit Meade Wachuta " 4 'harlle Asp. . . Arcadia Fort tiirden t levelaud SOla m Hint ra lu hi a ra M 1 a m in 51 a in lai V. a m II II a m II 21a m l V a ra 1-' t p m U ti p m BiUpm . p m 3 U7 p tu 4iini 4 3 i 111 4 M p lu i 10 p IU i So p 01 5(1) 6 V. p m p 111 4upui p m II'" 1.' :: t P m i :C p 111 1 H p m 2 ' p in 'i f i p III .( p 111 ;t t-l p lu 4 p m p lu .') "all p HI 'l p III ti 11 p 111 7 Si p m iu"r 7 U a 111 t i a iu 4.1 a m CI s m is a m a in if- a iu noon ArTral.ue I'uiita ioraia. . . TRAINS GiilNO NORTH. .v Puiitatiordit . ' Trains' I lceiand " Fort 1 iieii-n Arcadia 4 'hartla- Aiop Waua-hula " Fort Meade " H tn-tow j ir, h in l aki-laiid . 7 ,Vi a m ' l:i l.l.tnd . .. s 42 s m lia.l. t iiy . H ! a 111 " lttiMkville. s Vi a 111 " I'lttila rton.. lu n a ni " ltrairetn Jim M i a m " tikahunipka In fan a 111 lflKitif.. . . II T a 111 " S Ijike ',.jr p; 1( , m - 1 ta-kliiwaha.. I-! l; p 111 WcUiitou. . . v ;i p in " ala 1 l i i m I lira " laahlie 2 II p in Mit-uliopy. Him-vtllc.. Siiipm KiM lii-ila- ... ;i il'i i ni ,v( litim-Mi ilia :i 4i ti in 2 :ti p m i ! p m :i : p m 4 12 p iu 4 !' p in 5 47 p in 1 -" p ni 7 au ar ft V. a m X 2 a ni 7 12 s 111 7 ." a 111 25 s IU 45 a in 7 4.1 a iu :t'i a in H V a m iia 111 V Xt s III in 40 a hi lu Mi a 111 li 111 12 i-'i p in v 1 law (home. 3 iW I 111 -V'c.Mccklll.. .1 HI I m K. ilkrt 4 II p III lliferlai'lien 4 31pm JTA.K W Jc. 5 lu p m r I'aiaika .iSl 111 Jacksonville 7 ii p m st.Aiis-utiiie 6 ;ll p tu ST. JOHNS AND UKK ECSTIS IIIV1SION. Leave 2u a ni . Antor Arrive7Mpm Arrive s "si am... Fort Mawn lxse 5 10 p iu I.V pill :t to 4 nr. il'i 4 at . . 4 4U . . . 4C 5 tl"i 5 l.i 5ii 5 4.1 Ar sin 1-c.T.l.iirir A r III Ci Ijinlcre Lv IU at tiraiiKU Ila-nal " Id hi I.islxni it 1 1 a . . firand Inland W 4l . Fort Mason .. 0 :l EtiHtis Ar 4 31 3u .Mt Homer ... Lv 4 Itl " tJt .Tuvares 4 ti Hut Ijtne Park :iu" hM Lv 2d tt;i 4r, HI hi. CONNEtTIONS. At Palatka with Jackxonvllla-. Tsnim and Fey Wavd liailsay. uiid St. Aiiifii-tiin and I'a liitaka liailway, and last rier steamers from Si. A uirutini-. tltwn C aive Spriiiics. Jackson viila and all M.iiits arth, Fut snd West. Mail truiiiM niaka a-liwe coilliaH'f lain tiatb wss via. .1. T. V K. W. R'y.. st Jackon iiie wiih Atl.mtic 4'oat Line, l-ast Mail. At liaiiKwilla-with throuifli Pullman slit-p-ei-s oa-r Sa'atiiiali Florida snl Wentcm R'y for .Na-w 4 rl huh, Pi-maacola, Savannah, Ail' iv, Moiitiroiiu.-ry, lAiuixville St. Louis aud all poinls Hot, At IK iila with Floriiln Ttail way and Xavitfa tiou Co., and S. S. o. k (i. R. R. At Astor with St Johns river steamers for Jaa kMaaivilie. Santord slid way landinim. At lyca-rtluirir with the St. Julius and I-ake Lil-tis .llvi-1011 of the Flairida Soutlu rn Kail say, aud In nits on ltke Harris, Eustis and (irifhti for all iHiintsaai Ijika-s. At Taniiiu with I'liiut Su-smshipsevary M011-d.-iy and TlitirMbty for Key Went and Havana. At Ijiki-liuid with South Honda Kailroail for TamiM, KiraKitumee, 4 Irlando and Santord. At I'utila (ionla with stcumer Alice Hownnl ami Wulkatoiuica for I'uiita Rossa and Fort M VI'l-M. S. 4 1 IN A NT, J. A. LA It N ER O. lieua-ial Manairc'. Suis'riiiteudetit. ST. AUGUSTINE ROUTE. Jacksonville St. Au-ustine and Halifax River R. R. St. AuaTustme Oivision of Jsrksonvllle, Tun pa and Key West Railway. Ibc only A IK LINE Kail Roue Baft. Jack sonvilleand Si. A ug untitle Schedule in Effect November 14, 18K Trsins liava Jackson villu from Ferry Wbarf. too, of N'cwnan kirw't. A.M. Mix.d I t. JxekKonvillo 7 Ar. .-t. Auauslinc.. A. M, Oatly, I.v. St. Aii(fut!n.. sisi Ar. Jacksonville... 1UJ4) W. ULKAWFOHll. Superintenalept. A.M. P.M. P. a.. Ilsily Expr. Daily, tl l.iti 4.UU lUAl t.M 6.4(1 P. M P. M. Expr. Mixed Osily, iiinw 2.w 4ll 1 Liipmt Jii 6.-JU L..C. 1KMING. ti. T A. STEAMBOATS. PASSENGER DEPABTMENT, DeBary ail People's Line STEAMERS. On St. Johns River. STEAMERS CITY of JACKSONVILLE AND II. Ii. PLANT, In Klfect May 11. 1SS7. SOl'TH. JAf'KSi IN VII.LE N 4 IRTH . Lv Unoon S F tc W R'y das k Aro On arriVHl of West India Fast Mail. - 3 p m TVllary Wharf, : a ni toot of IiuntSt. " (i i. m. r mi it ti p m.. ai p m . . " II in p m.. 12 Midn'Kt. mam.., 2 : a in... 4 4.1 a iu . 5 : a m Arrlv " if tal a m . . . s :i a in... :( a in . , Palatka . . , . Itolieston Wclaka . . . .tia'ainretaiwn . . Volusia Ator LlcLand Ijiiidiiifr .. Iieerfoart . Ulue Stiritiirs ...SANFiiHD . S Fla K R ...City Wharf Enterprise . " 12 . " II in . - w - 7 " 7 " 5 - :) a m 411 p 111 lu p m 10 p in 15 p ni Id p in 0U p m 15 p in 11 p m ft p ui iu p m Lv 1 I. II. ELLIOTT, Oa-nl. Pass. A Ifl. Oelliu-y Line. W. M. OAVIIistiN, tit n'L TratT. Aift People's Line. ORANGE GROVES. In the FIouriliiiig Town ot FEDERAL T0INT, FLA. Which has the I jest soil and tha be transportation facilities of any part of Haft Florida, I have the followincr de aenbtpai proptarty for sale, to which I in vite individual inspetrtion before tmr rhnsing: One improved pUw of 6 au-rrea. aet with 640 orange trees, in bearing, cotn rnsini? 2-i0 M-tndarins, beaidea Japan l'trsinitnona. Peach and Plum Treea, a finely finished Cottage of t Booms, with I-irivtm Well and lis in-water Cis tern, loot; tne Uiia year tT.jO. I'rice Also, one place of 20 acres, with nice Cottage and Young OranKe Grove of 500 treea just coming into bearing. Price 13,100. Has driven e!l of unfailing wa ter. Also one pLice 5 acres, 2J arm cleared and set out in Orange Trees, Price $1100. One pUice of 10 acres, 5 acres cleared and set out in tree, nice cottage of three rooms, front on three streets, all under fence. Price fi, 100. liesidrw, on lot at Bridgeport, FU. of 60 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 in SC John County, which m unsurrsvated in fertility of aoJ. Call and see or address J. F. TENNEY, fel lv Federal Point. Fl. RAILROADS. SaTanoalt. Florida & Western RAILWAY, waycrossThort line. All trains ef this road ar run j Centra Standard time. Tim cako rtrriCT mtuih &. Paaseairer trsh-s vill li ave and arriva dally as tultuwau WEST 1NHA FAST MAIL. Leave Tatr pa, via S. r.R-H .. .. ... 00pm , .. 4 17 a m ....7 (0s m ....II noon .. v lus m ...II Ms ra ....4 tV p tu ... 4 a in ...II lO a Ui Palatka, via J., T. A K. W J.I-li.knVlll4 Arrive Jscksonvliiei'!.'."."' w sy cross. ... Hsvsnnsh Charia-.lou Kli-btou Washlnirton ... . loupm lhillnu.n II . i IV... nMUL new lore and New Vcrk toTamia. KLWOULEAVs tXVUESS. I a re Jsckson I TtiOsin Arrive Jacksonville . J. p ai Aii W ai cros limn A' ie1 liomssviiie . 1 ! n m iil llsintridsu , ;sin . .rive battauoocbee 4 m p m Arrive Peixaco.a via L. at N . It. It 1(1 l,t m Arrive Moluia via L. N. K. It t IS a u Arrive New Orieau via L. k. X. R. 11 t li) s in Arrive Alliany t n tu iruvi) Msoou via uentisl li. R sz4 u m Arrive Atlanta via C'eutral li- K. ... l-i ii a tn Aniva Claattanooira via W. att A. K. H S -S s m arrive nasnvu e via jv. .. st, L. K, U.1I ih a m Arris Lou ville via L. M. R. R .... sfnipm Pwllman HuOet tail tu slid from Jkam. viileand N w Orleans, t la lVn.uola and Mo bile, and to and fra.m Jsi ksunvdie si d Louis vilie via 1 liomssvUie. Atlanta and Nss'tville and Onilnuali to Jackauuville via Jesup. A C LINE EXPHESa Lmve Jacksonville n m Arrive Jacksonville i 'a Arrive Ms) cross 4 4tl p m Arrive llrunswick via B W U It .... sipu Atnvs Jun... 8 id li iu Arrive Maeon via E IV 1 11 If R . . Hi!, no. Arrive At lam a vis 'i T V aV ti K R. ...a 5am Ar 4. tisttaiiasra la K T V 1 h It., s 4ti a lu Ar 4'inclliiiati via Cm Soutb R R 1 4't p m Ai rt ve Sa vaunali 7 M p cr. Arrive 4 l.aricaton jiSnio Arrive Wuruinsiou s;siam Arr ve Hichniond , tjou p m Arrive Washintrloa II um Arrive New Vuik . e 60 a m Pullman RutTet Siceniiur fairs, to snd from Jacksonville and New Vurk,ulso Jui ksuiivilltt to Cini'inntitl via Jesuu. EAhTFi-ORIOA FXPHESS. Leave Jacksonville , (ft) p a a ui P ui p ni p ui a m Arrive jscssonvie s 0, Leave Wacioss 7 s Ieave4isiiies ille . , 8Vi lss ve 1 taomasvllie 1 1 Ml Arrive Alliany U Monts-on cry via Central II R..7 .'i0 M Motiile via LANK It In New tfrleans via L at N R R . ', i Nastivill' via L at N H It .... 76 Louisville vis L N R R ..... t la t'liiciunsti va L at N It it i a ni p ni P 01 P m s ui a ni iw ijui, i is L s n ii ii .... if a ui IK II. ruiimaii ituuet ats to auu troi jscs inai ami iouisvtiie, vis i iiun asviile, All Xuntsomery snd Niu lavil e, slid to ail I I ll.rtiiw .ml lliinlbfbm.n f . u i ........ 1 1 ny ri it SAVANNAH EXPRESS Leave Jackson vil'e.., Arrive Jacksonville. Leave Usmes vi le ,,, . . B 15 p ra ,. l.i s m , Hi p m . linos m . 7 ls la Arrive Uaiut-sville . 1 liomaHVllle.., Alliany lima a. Won omery vis Onlral H R..7.V) p in Naa.hvilie vU L at N It U 5.S a m l.ouirviile via I. t N It It 157pm tun iiiis'I tin 1,1k N It It it n ii a st Ixiuis via L at N R R ..... BUUpm Way en sis 1 1 ill p in Ilrun.wii k vis II t W It It .. .. 44) a m Allisfiy v a II A W K R . ..44Nam acam via I antra I It R (Jf-4aio Allsnta via t ent ral R It 1 i.i p m t liattauoois vis W tV A Hit ..707 pin Jesup ..I Itl in lirutiHWick via E T V A fl R U. . ' 4) a Mm.i n via E T V at ti It It 7 01 a in Atlstita via ET V it ti It R....1I ;m n'n , f liattsiHMiKS vis HTVlU .. H In m i Cincinnati via Ctn Souib l.y. imam I Savauiiati f) Ilia tu ( Chsilaston 1',im . W llinintrtou SUipm Kicbmond . .... .. IU4,'iam ' Wssliinyton X 40 pin New York V i p m .'u'lman HuOet t'sraml Msr.n lloudolr liuttet Cars via Ws cross, Allisny snd Macon, and v.a vs aycrasts. jesup snd Macon. U'twi-en Jsck. soiivillc and Cincinnati; also llirr.uidi I'SMs-n. Iter Cuaches between Jaeksoovllieaud Ciiatta. niMHta. Puilman IIutTet cars to and from Jackson ville and Nashville via Tbomasvllte and klont- Pullman RutTet Cars lietween Jacksonville a:id Wasltiutrtun. WM. P. IIARllKK. General I assenitcr Ascut, R. G. FLEMINJ. Superintendent- FOR ORMOND. Dnytnnm unci liltits on lliw "East OoMta" St. JOHNS AND HALIFAX (The White.) l,VIXItO,Yl. TIME TABLE No. 1. To Take Effect MONDA V, April 4. 1KS7 (Daily, Except SundaT ) SOCTH BO IT NO. Lv Jacksonville via J ., T. A K. W. - PVtn p ro Arl'alalkn ..... i.5pm I v I'alatka via Terry Armsmt-ar . 2.-0 p m Ar Hollcston ..... t.'h p m I.v Rotleston - - . - ai'Klpiu I,t Ormond ..... Sou m Ar fiayuina .... - &.; p m Makina asnrd 'ins with sfesmers snd liscks for f ra-iirlit and passaite for all points on Maiusx river. NORTH OOlinu. Lv Dajt- na I.v Orinind a..tn a m H.iai a te Ar Rollasatun 10 mini Lv Kolleston via Ferry Arm.mear . lo.:i a m Ar I'aiaika ..... ll.imau I.v Palatka via J..T at K. W. Hy . Il.'iitia Ar Jscksonville .... LUS D in Making e oae MinnnctioDS for all point Nortn and a-.'. Sp-clsl indiircments to immiKranta and ex .jrsion nartsa 1 hroush rates nf frelirht riven to all points n tbe bast cuast, ana as low as ty an) tituei una. V. J. WHITE, B. 8. BPBNCER, 1'rest. Q. p. A MONEY;; to t made, cnit tins out and rs urn tu us, snd w will wnd you rce. soroetliif r or irrsai, vaius and ImiMirtsncs to vou, ttisL will sta t you In ln.slncss wli'Ch will linns' you In o ore in .tier ilwiit awar thsa snvtliins else in tbis worial. Anyone can do tbe work and live at home; either sex. all a-ea. aotnetninK new, tnsf just coins motley for all workers. Ws wi'l start you: caplial not n edd. I bis Is one of tlM. ireauine. imponsut ctamtes of a lifetime I'hoHM who sre sml'itious suit enterttrfsinr will not delay. Orand outbt free. Aldres Tut: it at Co., Aususta. Maine. de7-4tm PATENTS SECFRKII OV REASON A III, K Terms. Work relislila-; psM-t- aanfully snd leirslly drawn. Write for pwrticulars. N. I 4'oi.i.smkk. Pstent A Itortu r snd Mas hsn- iml Eninucvr, SI, Cloud Uuildiiiir, asbinitoii 1. C. ilei-tf WORKING CLASSES-?? furnub all classes wlto ITTEaJTinU empliment at borne, tlie H I ILIlllUtI wttole of tbe Umai, or tor tutor spare moments. Busiueaas new. iisbtsmi rtitatiie. Personso either sex sasiiy earn from 60 eenta to H.IX tr evenuis. and a proportional sum liy de. voting ail tbeir tune to tbe business. Hoys ano slrlsearn nastriv as much as men. 1'bat ail who see tbis msy send tl.eir sddrtws, and test tbe business, m mske tbisotfer. lu such a are not well satisfied ae il send una dollar to tiar for tbe trouble of wrltinir. Full Par ticulars and outfit tiee. AddrtsM ti ROutiB STlssoa Co. Portlaud. Maine. da-J Bts Rescued from the Grave. M wUs far aanr vatsis was sflictsat wiik a blood ilissaas wkkh fasnU4 ttat most skillful 1 1 sl us ill mod ftasSjr issullsrl la m rvj ar(S alcsrafs4 snd ug!f Uxikiaf raaaiaf avs 49a aas ot kar Cadav 1 triad anrerr It nova rrmtij, sisJi as tba asnsparilla aaai petssh rautnra and praacriptioas of tfas bast pbjrsiciauis sritk ae TaeastU la aojr wsjr. A fans asastks mgo ar ansatina nw called to S. S. R. I pntcared atsas of this assdicias, kka aas fcsfsa ts tsks sad ia s shaat tlsst Incrmii la fWk aad trsta, aad Iks arsa, whkfc raa tasa Wrsr tkss sir lssd sad rsacbsd ts tks bone, bgs to Vaol. Bks bsd bssa la sack a tsfrible cnaKikios loar yssn sad was so saw aisatb's dnr st las tuss sbs awsuasaosd the S. ft. . tkat I f-tfnuaad fraat fBaLla- tba facta ksows to the public I pablkly awks this ststsaitat tu tha barasfit of sU what srs sAicUd ss mf wilt Fnrs Yvom, Joeas Ckk, Cau, Map sa, RAILROADS. THE SUMMER SCHEDULE Will rro intot tTect SUNDAY, MAY 8, 1887. When trains will run as follows: SOITH IMil NII-MAIN LIN K. riiin Mail. lNtiiy. li .Hi p m U p ra MlXKU TSAIK. S Wi p m I IIUIU Lv Jacksonville. . H (i s m 4 il anirc I'srk . s ,c s m lire, ul'oe sp ir; s m " Pslatkaila-iiisnlil loam " " il-aur'lut '10 l.i s tu " Pomona. II Il'i m lluutituxtoti . II Is s in Seville II 441 s 111 Spnus tisril'n 12 Ih p iu ltdatnd June li M pin IH lauid 12 1 ra -4 p UI llilpa Sllpw a p in s z. p in 7 rl p ui 7 :ts p in X lu p ra S ih p m W P 111 S SS p in IS ji tu tXkpra lllpn OrsmreCityJ I4 44lpm Enferrise Jc 12 p ill MniiiiH- I Inuui 4 it; p m t) :k p m 4 14 p m If 47 p ui 4 ai p m Upu 4 2i p in . 4 JU p iu 10 07 P m Ar Enterprise santord I u pm Nil ItTH HOl'NIl. Ct'RAk Mail, I Im ll V Lv Ssnford 1 LI a m i la) a m t Itl p ra I U P u H 44) a m tiiui s 47 a m 1 fl p iu sMiam I40pw ' r.uterprise Monns Knlarprise Jc iirauiir City J 1 44 a 111 lH'l4tlli .. Uam taapm " Oeljiiid Juno. 2 lta m slJam (Slpui Sprinsiiaid'u S 1m a in kHIam 1 1.1 p iv "Seville Hit! a III 10 CM a III liMptu lliiiiiiuirton ... a;iisiu lomaiu 4 Is p ra l'oiiions 3 as a m 10 40 a m iflpiu " Palalkail.aii'l t i 1117 am 4 10pm " lU'iu'uial) 4 15 a m II 12 a HI 4 07 p ui - C.nt-n i'a.e Sp 5 -.'I a in li Si p m 1'liini Cranse I'srk .. A ,'sl a III 12 Vt p ni lUpu Ar Jacksonville. . a JU a lu I SS p lu 7 ) p m Notk-CuImiii Mail I rains iilaih ) stop onlv at stations indii-siail, slid run solid iM-isien Js-k- SaHIVllla' aud 'l'slllM4. I'uliinsn llllfltt Sloa'plns: in are slIaa-baHl. No conna-tcllou to Elitr- piiHt mi siiinlas. INDIAN RIVER DIVISION DAILY, KXC'EIT SUNDAY. tlOINtl SOI Til. Iasve Ssnford S 4ft p m S 67 p in 4 U0 p Ul 4 6A p lu 17 p iu Us p IU " .Mi ii i roa' " Fnierprise , . " OslaMII Minis Arrive Til usville tiOINll NORTH. Iahw Tlfnsvllle li no p iu . I M p III . I ia p iu . t ;w p m . IUpU , '. i.T Minis 4 Mtaell . l:iit l l le . . Minimal Arrive Sauford Sauford and Lake Eustis Division. DAILY KXCEIT SUNDAY. tit II Mi WEST. !,asve Sauford. . v in a m on p ra Sft a in 6 IH p ni . . 10 13 a iu 6 67 p ui lo :ot a ni a CI p in 10 4 a in UK p ui ' I'aola . . . Sortvnto " Mt. Iiora. Arrive 'i'aaii til l NO EAST. Leave Tuvares . . 7 a tu 1-' i m 7 I I a m Vi 17 p ni 7 2 a iu 12 H7 p m H tift a in 1 :1 p in " Mt.hota. " SoniMito.. I'aola . Arrive Sunford. . S B5 a m UfJ p I p m IvFor further Infortiiatlen. throiiirti sa- llectiolis, ata., saa folders, lcwr,psMni and large lima-ciiimh si Hiaiioiis. si . li. MOKAra, . I . IH.M I M.. tii-iri. SupU A O. 1. A. lo n i. Ticket Art. 81 ABpstlie and Palatka RAILWAY ! "THE STANDARD SHORT LINE." TIME TABLE No. 6. Taking Effect Snnday, May 8, 1887. Standard Time (Olllli) Meridian. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS. W EST. HEAP IMIW N No. A No. 1. Lv. Lv. P. M. A.M. EAST. UK au nr. No. t. No. 4 Ar. Ar. P. M. P. M. ..12 45. 1W . . in 4.1 ra .. is its. xi ...12 2ft IU .12 IS. 6 IN STATIONS. 3 : h in ... St. Auiniatlne a :. ir..,. a as h ow . . ;i Ml. .8 w... 8 67.. S ff7.... 4 III. s ill .. New St. Aiiitustiue .. ,SU A. at P. June.. Sinlilis Miildletii A mint ion Holly llraiicli.... iiil.ls Mernllclil lliaens Vlsla. ... . . , ,Pall4rsftii vllle, . . Kiist Pslalks. . . ...13 14. & M .. IS IH. I M 4 OH 4 II 4 li 4 91. 4 SI k ;w .. mv.. H 4.ri. . . ...IS 04 ...12 00 ,11 M .,11 hit 6 4W ft 4u 1 4l ft 1(7 ( t A Mf A 16 Lv. h to , H fall. . 1 no. . k 1.1. . 4 4 4 .V 6 lift. . Ar. ..11 4A I'slalks- F S It'v llis k II Ml 0-',..V 'Mlalka-JTKW Hock II ) Ar, I.v SUNDAY TUAINS. WEST. No. 3. No. 1. Lv. Lv. P. M. A. M. EAVT. No. 1 No. 4, Ar. Ar. A.M. P. M ...10 40 4 1ft 3 :i s no. ... . . St. Auinisllne . . . . .Ni'W St, Aiisullfie. St, A. A' P. Junction "Smiths Miil.lletoil A I nistrotiK .... Holly lirancu (lnl.U Morrilield . , . Iliu-na Vista 'I'altA'rsaaiville .. . . East I'alatka ulatka, F. rt, K . Ds a :c 3 :w it ro 3 V, 4 HI 4 IM 4 II 4 li S It! ... HI s so.,.. 8 27.... ill . . mi ... 41 ... 8 .... a iw ... 8 AM ... ... 10 SIS . .10 l ...10 Ml ...10 13 ,,.10 Is . ... 10 04 ... DM) .... fcft ... 60. 47 ... V 40. 13 OH 6 6o ft 48 ft 44 ft HW ft 34 ft 30 ft 2! ft XX ft 16 ft UO Lv. 4 l 4 2H 4 30 UI 4 4ri . II IS 30 Lv. Ar. Ar. ST. JOHNS RAILWAY "THE ANCIEN1 CITY ROUTL" DAILY. W EST. No. 6. Lv. P. M. ft 4 .. 5 47... ft ftft a ;i. . IAr. Tftsf. No. 6. Ar. P. M. , . .7 4A .,..7 43 7 lift 7 4l Lv. St. Atia-iistlne ..New St, AoiruMliue. SU A. ak P. Junction. TiMMd. , , Flaf Stations. W. J. JA1IVIH, Gen. Supt, LIQUOR DEALERS. P. CUfltJEELY, Merchant, AGENT FOR DUFFY'S MALT WHISKEY, WATER BTHFET . - PALATKA was. W. If. 4UKCEK. Me aC