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THE DAILY NEWS PAIiATKA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 20, 1887.
THE DALLY NEWS UNFAIL1NO HPEOIF1C FOR L1VLK DISEASED SYMPTOMS: SSSSSfc whit, or eivere.f with a I or td taste in b: the ton sue coated . brown for: nam io the hack. side or Joints ortea mistaken 'or Rheumatism; our toinali loa r appetite sometimes Muvt aud watsr-liraah, or indiirestioo; nituleocy mm acid eructation: bowels alternately eoetire and las: headaebet loss of memory, with a painful sensation of bavins- to do some t hies; which ouaht to hare been don: rtollllt yi low spirits; alhiik, yellow appearance oi the skin andeyeet a dry eouKh: fevers rwllownn-; the urine scanty ana hiifh colored, aiwt -Mowed to stand, depos its a sediment. SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. (PURELY VEGETABLE). I aeneralty used tn the South to arouse thh Torpkl Liver to a healthy action. It acta wile extraordinary efficacy on the I IVER. KIDNEYS, L and BOWELS. An Effectual Sneeitlo f r MaMria. Bowel Complaint, Dyspepsia. Sick Headache, Const patlon. liiliousiiea. Kidney Affections, Jaundic. Mental Depression. Colic rVidorsed ty the use of 7 Millions of Bott es as THK HKSIS KAMILY MK' ICISK for Children, for dults. and for the Aged. owxw oeisuiivb lias our SS Stump la Ued on front of Wrapper. J. H. Z El LIU A CQ. Philadelphia, Pa.. Sole Proprietors. f J.i2-Th ly Price $1 HO PREACHING TO $UOO,04,000. The Man Whs Keeps Cienld Reminded of the PanUhmeat Awaiting Hiss. New York Letter to the Pittsburg Dispatch. A preat deal id written about the preachers of the metropolis, and porticu arly aliout those who, like Talruage, kwp their names constantly before the public by mean o? bkn, lectured ami publinheil aeetnon. But there are some verj noteworthy clergymen who draw enormous audiences anil piMHess great ability, who are rarely heard of in print, allliough known up and down the city. Unetdioimlily Uer. Dr. John R. Paxton Htandn at the heiul or the ministry in New York. Even Dr. John Hall anil lr. Morgan IMx do not equal Paxton in eloquence, originality and remarkable independence of thought. To begin with, Paxton ' congregation contains more wealth at the preuent time than any other church in the United States. The mere fact that within a ra dius of half a dozen pews on the middle able sit Jay Gould, Kutjsell Sage, lleber K. Biidiop and Henry M. Finger is of it Helf Butticiunt to prove the assertion. This is only representative of the wealth that has sittings and listens every Sablwth to the common sense discourses of the brilliant young preacher. Flagler is one of the chief directors of the Standard Oil Company. He nits pretty well up the aisle, while back by the door, in fact within one pew of the door, modeHtly sits S. C. T. Dodd. the resident attorney of the Standard and a lawyer who is said to know more about corporation practice than a.ir man in the nation. I could mention a score or more of Tery rich men in the church, embracing merchants, lawyers, brokers and the like, but it will suitice to re mark that the aggregate wealth of the congregation is over tj(M).0(N).0)0. While millionaires and aristocratic so ciety people sit dowa stairs, the galleries are crowded morning a-d evenitu with hundreds or young men who are simply bound up in Paxton. Dr. Paxton's church is known as the West Presbyterian, and is situated on West Forty-Second street, aliout midway Fifth and Sixth avenues. It is a Terr liantlsome structure, particularly in the interior. The galleries are novel in their construction, having been altered about eighteen months ago. Instead of being arranged in jiews there are boxes all around the three sides. The boxes are rented as they are in theaters, so that a large family can liave an entire box. or a small family can have part of a box. A gooa many young men rent a single seat in one of the compartment. The boxes are very conirortable, containing easy chairs, Ixiok racks, and are lavishly and richly upholstered. The boxes are in tiers, one above the other, so as to af ford a good view of the house. The church was always a large and prosMrous one, but when the venerable imstor and hymnist. Rev. Dr. Thomas S. Hastings, reigned and the eloquent Paxton was culled, the church increased in size, atHuence and influence until its contributions and congregations are enor mous. Less than a year ago Dr. Paxton. at the close of his sermon, without giv ing any p-evious notice, asked money for the building of a uew cliael among the poorer classes over on Tenth avenue and Sixty-fo trth stret-t. The baskets were passed and f'JI.tNMi were rai;ed in a few moments. This is a sample of the charity of the church and the influence wrought by an appeal by the pas, jr. The church will seat over 1,500. but there is scarcely a Surday that there are not 2,000 ieople present at the services. Chairs are placed in front of the pulpit, camp chairs are distributed in the gal leries, and yet jieople stand in the aisles and by the doors, ami ladies sit on the pulpit steps. It might lie well to mention how the millionaires, and esjiecially Jay Gould, came to become member of the church. It is Paxton's magnetism and his prac tical every day common sense that drew them. Gould never went to church regularly liefore. He had a pew for his faiuily in a prominent Kpiscopal Church but rarely attended himself. His young est daughter, Helen Gould, first came to Paxton's church. She went with a friend and admired the preacher very much. Finally she liecame a frequent attendant and then joined the church one Sabliuth morr'ng, receiving a very happy tribute from Ilixton as to her Christian virtues and sweet life. Since then, although very young, she has betn made superintendent of one of tl e large missions connected with the church, and is said to spend a great deal of time ard moaey among the poor. Ste promises to become one of the great women lenefactors of the metropo lis before many yean elapse. Helen's enthusiasm oer Paxton induced her father to go and herr him. Paxton never spares the millionaire and the great cor poration, and, oddly enough, all the mill ionaires and coriioration managers in his congregations like his criticisms. Russell Sage is reported to have said that he got more good points from Paxton as to the way in which ra:lrouds should be decently and hororahlr conducted than he ever got from meetings of directors. At any rate, Gould was delighted. He had his son George go with him one evening, and George also was charmed. Dr. Paxton's salary is 12,000 a year, the largest received by anr metropolitan pastor. Dr. John Hall, of the Fifth Ave nue Presbyterian Chucrh, is understood to come next He gets 10.000 in iroI.L that being the price stipulated when he was inuuceti to leave his large church in Dublin aliout fifteen years ago, John R. Paxton is a southerner by birth, and still retains a stromr Sonthern accent that is very noticeable in all his discourses, and reuile -a it difficult some times for strangers to understand him at first. TbVSame Disinclination. 8an Francisco Examiner. . Evening funeral services are said to be growing very potmlar in New York just now. There is, however, the same dif fidence and backwardness about being "it," which was always noticeable in these little social gatherings. I KNOW NOT. 1 know not worn, on the hearea Mae sea. Tom boat of death shall be bwuK-brd for met When the heart shall falter, the brain shall red. And the active fuwsrs ctsss to feel;. BntfJ know some time, oa the other shore. The hark shall be anchored for ever more. I know not how the change shall be. Through what black wares of misery. What clouds Viall gather, or storm wares beat. Ere tte outward voyage shall be complete: I;ut I know when the peiu of the voyage ia o'er, I shall pass through tempest nevermore. I know sot why I are waiting here. And who shall be "doth aot yet appear. tt,t 1 know some time the Lord shall call Without whose notice bo bh-diinKS fall And in pate or pleasure, toil or rest, I shall be aa Hid wiadom sceth bent. Laura Bell in Good Ho4ekeepiaav The LatignaRe ef Hwrtlcoltare. What droll things aro to he mot with in Gardner Gazettes, or in Half hours with Horticulture, or in Conservatory Ciirun k les, or in wlmtever other blue apron and and pruning knife journal falls under the niju-tc-clinical eye! Here is a ieep into one of them, just to bhow its fruits of learning and flowers of speech. In it we read of an orchard house in full swing; of a stage in a conservatory; of melons having a collar; of a primula getting a habit; of gloxinias wanting a shift; of all plants requiring to be dressed; of peacliea forming eliiows; of potatoes having well rijieiioil eye; of currants having spurs; of pines wanting hot water pipes under their IkiLh; of specimens being starved to rest; of being impatient; of sap beinar incllno.1 to ruth away; of azaleas not liking t Jicco smo'ce; of figs running riot; of grajies that can stand sulphur fiunes, tluit are well out of the way, that are no end of trouble, that may not be left to themselves, tliat will not be hur ried, tliat can get rxioty, tliat are gross lialiited, that dislike to lie buried, tliat re fuse to lie ftnislied olT, tliat rob one an otlier, tttono tliemselves, liave warts, and can color, and swell, and bleed, and start! Gardners, also, are directed to do dreail ful deeils. They are to pinch the bines, to staUe-4lw carnations, to strike veroni cas, to N-liead winter greens, to turn out liouvardias, to reduoe cliinliers, put emlive into colli pits, prick out celery, and fctick pea! The territories in which all this is to lie done are as uninviting as possible. They are full, so we read, of red spiders, greenfly, earwigs, mealy bugs, wire worms, caterpillars, carrot grubs, onion maggots, mildew, snails, ants, slugs, scale, club ami cats. Nor are the weapons with which war is to lie waged against these any swectt-r to tlm imagination. Garden ers an' to arm themsch-es with clay, tar, chaPc. soot, lime, bran, sulphur, sweet oil. wood asltes, gas lime, rosin, soapsuds, noftsixip, nicotine soap, totiocco dust, to bacco paper, guano, quassia, parafline, lu'lieUire jiowder, fir tr oil, lirewera grains, and nil lead. In such iierpctual battle against garden jicsts as they are callml Urj one pleasant thought is that all seems to be greatly in favor of the garileiier. C'liarnbcrs Journal. -' One Kingdom la Mature. WhOo it may seem singular that the division line ltween animals anil plants cannot he clearly traceil some forms appearing to belong to either or ttoth kingdoms it is still more remarkable that mineral substances should seem to be living creatures. One of the most in teresting finds in the ocean depths is Huxley's Iiuthyhius, made of shapeless, motionless slime. It has been supposed to be the common origin of tho animal and vegetaUe kingdom, but its organic cliaractcr hr.s lately lieen questioned, and many naturalists now consider it only gelatinous gypsum. In Eozoon Canaden sis we have another animal of a few years ago which is now regarded as a mineral substance. Arkansaw Traveler. A PrerlaaBatlaai ia Scotland. The following is a proclamation, made at the Market Cross of Inveray, Scotland, less than 100 years ago: fa hoy! Te titiier a-hoy? Ta hoy three times!!! an' to boy Whist:!! By command of his ma jesty. King Gorge. an her grace te Duke o Argyll: if anybody is found fish ing aboon te loch, or below te loch, afore te loch, or ahint te loch, in te loch, or on te loch, aroun te loch, or about te loch, she's to be prrsecutit wi three persecu tion; first ah'j's to bo burnt, syne she's to tie drownt, an then site s to be hangt an if ever she comes hack she's to be perse- ciitit wi' a far waur death. God save to king an licr grace te Duke o' Argyll." New i ork Tribune. "Kolrins for the Children. Tlie readers of "noine Worils" publi cations have contributed over 000 to tlie Robin fund this year. Tlie fund was in stitutod some years ago hy the ethtor of Hime Wtirds," tho design being to give a Christinas Tolin dinner and liappy evening" to the children of Lon don. Dinners have lieen given in nearly all tlie poiHr irishes of the metropolis to about :i(,000 robuis. The movement has clso spreail to tho provinces. In Norwich alnsit 7,000 rob'iis were enter- t:iinei. and in Kottingliara, (Srantham, Rye. I'ortsnKHith and other towns din ners liave la-en given. Pall Mall Gazette. TVr w Food Frrservatlve. Tho An-riism Inventor says a new process has lieen ctiscovered by which cverv varw-ty of meats, fruits, vegetal ties. etc., can lie preserved lis long as desired without heating or sealing, in such a manner as to retain all tlu-ir original flavor and phunpncMH. It is stated tliat by this process 100 Hw. of ham or sausage or 10O dozi-n of eggs can lie preserved for an indefinite time by ten hours treat uiont, at an outlay of five cents. Such i discovery aa this seems almost too giMKl to U- true. If it is pnu-ticsd and health ful ii will work a revolutiou in tlie food line. Exchange. Salt e Snowy Streets. Dr. John C. Peters advocates the use of suit on snowy streets, in which opinion he is ji accord tvitli uuuiy other doctors of Ktaftftfrar. He ekiuus Hurt the salt is not iujiiriiHLs to horses feet, ns is popu larly i;itpptil, l ut tlmt it cures scratclx-s and sore lu-el.i. Moreover, it is one of t!io ln-st tlisinfectants known, and will prevent the formation tf sewer gas. ;,i-w 1 7i-leans limes-Democrat. Stntne of Ex-Oovernor Allen. Sir. Nieliaus statuo of ex-tvcrnor Allen, of Ohio, which is to l placed in tlie Capitis nt aslurifon, is fimslied at Rome. It is seven feet high and repre sents its Mihject stamling, his right liand nervously clutching his coot lap l and his lei t grasping a rod of manuscript. Clu- ca&o I iiouiie. tiiiuiriwi'a I'lun nwuvr. Tliey luivo U--u taking from tlie 1.500 foot level of a mine at irgmia Cit v. Nev., pieces of pine timliers which liave been compmen-d to one-fourtli their natural size by twelve year.' use under immense pressure at a tenij:rature of 100 tlegs. The wool is of a deep chestnut color. takes a fine j-olish and sevms as firm grained as lnxn-iotl- Here's a hint for an inventor. New York Sun. ItevenRe Is Sweet. Omalia Man Well, those Frenchmen just bent the Dutch. Tliey are bound to liave revenge, I see. Omalia Dame Why, havo tliey de- clan-1 war n liernianv? No, but tliey are selling tho Germans Panama Canal stock. Omalia World. Miss Murfrcc's success has of coarse) drawn out a host of Imitators, one enter prising yonng womr.n even going so far toannour.ee in her circulars that she bad purposely gone to the mountains and "crammed" on their manners and cus toms, "in hone of lirintng or.t certai phases of mountain life nnpanlonaU neglected by tin who have hitherto wrilteu oi it." iew 1 ork uraptuc. MEDICAL. For "worn-out.- -rnn-down - debilitated aehool teachers, milliners, seams! ri-aw s. house keepers, and over-worked women generauy. Dr. Pierce's Fsrortto Pusctiution is the best of aU restorative tonics. It is not a - Cure-i!4" bat admirably fulfiUs a aingleoeas of purpose, beina- a most potent Boeciflc for ail those Chronic Weaknesses and Disc sees peculiar to women. It la a powerful, general as well as nterine. tonie and Berrtne. and imparts riror andstreDjrthtothewbolesvstem. ItDromDtlv cures weakness of stomach, indiireation, btoat ing, weak back, nervous prostntion. debility and sleeplessness, in either sex. Favorite Pre scription is sold by druggista tinder our port, tie ammifw. See wrapper around botrle. Price $1.00, ar six bottles for tS.OO. A large treatise on Diaeaaea of Women, pro fusely illustrated with colored plates and nu merous wood-cuts, sent for 10 cents in stamps. Address. WnnxjVa Dnx8ART MiniriL Association, ma Main Street, Buffalo, N. V. IICK HEADACHE, Bilious Headache, mna constipation, promprir curra Lty Dr. Pierce's 1 ruets. zao. a wi. by druinrista. Old Benderlj Makes a IteputaUon. Texas Siftings. Old Benderly had returned from the club the other evening, when, as he hung up his overcoat on the hall hat rack and prepared to go up stairs, he heard such strangely excited voices in the tiarlor that he paused to listen. A voice tliat he recognized at once as belonging to tliat fast looking young Snyder he had warned Maria to be care ful about, said contemptuously: 'Peace, woman, and weary me no longer by your reproaches. I tell you the day of my wedding with Alice Montresso is fixed, and, by heavens. nothing shall prevent my union. Couhl tliese words be addressed to his own daughter? Yes, indeed it was Ma ria s sob-choked tones that replied: "This. then, is the reward for mv sac rifice, my devotion. Ruined and for saken, you taunt me with vour latest conquest. Monster coward ! It only reouired a second for Ilenderly to rush up stairs and get a shotgun out of the closet. The next moment he burst into the parlor with blazing eyes, and hurling the black-hearted betrayer to tlie floor, he placed tlie muzzle of "his breech-loader at his temple, hissing: 'Villain, swear to me that vou will make an honest woman of this poor dujied angel, or I will strew the floor with your devilish brains! Hooray! sliouted voung Snvder, sit ting and clapping his hands. Tliat's way up. Magnif! Splendid!" "iieautitul. papa, tncore! Kncore! Bravo!" added Maria delightedly. "I never saw anything lietter." fcJi. hat? I er err stammered the bewildered (larent, shouldering arms. "We were afraid that you would ol- ject to my taking part in tlie private the atricals. Ma said vou'd never listen to it. But you act better than any of us doesn't he, Bobby?" "You let," replied Bobby, fervently. GuestCvou must have been an amateur Macreauy once, sir." Tlien Mr. Benderly coughed and wiped his forehead, nir nbled something aliout having seen a good deal of that sort of thing when he was voung. A Mother's Presence of Mind. New Tork World. A little daughter of Mrs. Rhodes, of Leroy, 111., fell into a well half fidl of water. When the mother discovered the child it was lying unconscious on the top of the water. She called her eight year-old daughter, and taking her by the feet held her down headforemobt until she reached the baby and then pulled both out at the same time. The liaby was restored to consciousness and is now doing as well as could be expected. WINES LIQUORS ETC. A. N. EDWARDS & CO. DEALEKS IX Fine Wines, Liquors and Beers, Imported and Domestic Cigars. BILLIAIIDI'AIILORS THE BAR IS PROVIDED WITH ALL THE beat ai-eesBiiries, and is presiih-d over ly an aceompusneu MixiMotnsu me patrontun' of the public is respectf ully liciUii. (JT Good oruer prvaerveu at au times. Water Street, Hart's Block, Palatka. EDUCATIONAL. PALATKA College of Music. A 1.1. MTS1CAI. BRANCHES TAUGHT. Thur, ugh n-tmif ifn in Vocal and In- mi ruiMiital Musm. Voice Butlilinir. Italian SiiiKinit. IWTirms in Advance. j.VlK) per nooutD. MISS ALICE DAHKRON, Teacher of Instrumental MISS KATE U DlfKKr.MAX, Vocal Teacher. fW Lemon Ctreet, opposite Express vnd Tck-irraph (Mice. lei.i-tt SHOES. IV. L DOUGLAS Th 1Hwfiinf Shoe bsmt maUeriavl. perfect fit andl tutxrtor to -bo wutvUir ftoid 1 for avna 94 CTcry pair wavnmatd. Cod- A- 11 Rnttna A LasTM. Auaw.4-a w. wW Sky A TEE TV Tba (rest demand for till, shoe km bees s ntl cleat jruaraacss of ih rellsbtlitr; to silc th pab llcMlll betxerssslsasd.ws hsre made mrb tmpmr aua that tars can bs so soeatios to oar claim d Bisklac tht bm t Sne in th ttnrn. jr. I. DOUGLAS S2JM) SHOE. fbr otntJemtn. Best can, with bouum ul b-lrcu-d stock, tad equal. If not apertor. to the S3 short sdnrtise4 bjr ethsr Irns. Ws inrits spenooal iaPSCtion and rmnrtB before nmrthumtf. SHOE FOK BO (H. tan ttrle as the sa aaos. cararolly ana autmaniiauy matie. airnan sad asMsalled as a school shoe. If anr of tbs sbore eansot bs hsd st Tour dealer's, send sddrsss so postal 10 n.L. uomtim. wocawo, Jtais. I I can lire at home and make more I J muoey at work for us than at any thing else in this world. Capital not neeiied: rou are started free. Both sexes: ail aires. Anyone can do the work. Lanre earninim sure f rom first start. Costly outfit and terms free, lietter not delay. Costs you not hi nir to semi tat your address and find you; if you are wise you will do so al once. H. Halxstt a l ii. rortianu, Maine. iki-soi BRICK ! Georgia Brick. Drlirerrd In Palatka for 99.75 per M and to other jpuinta in Florida for Lmb than any other r iri-4 urns oiisiis nnca. We have advantage ia f rehxht. Write ua. Flint-River Brick Yard Albany, Ca. ncmwK?4Bwar'.iy.v m s apB-SnsiUw PROFESSIONAL CARDS. WE. . m aaoa, c. a. Architect. Lltr ami 'k Surveyor. Joseph & Ilusson, CIVIL ENGINEERS, Sarrerors and Arrkiteets. PLANS AJTD KPECIFICATTOXa FOR ALL kinds of Ituildinrs. Complote fet of Gov ernment Eield Notes of the County Maps. Towns Platted and Land Lines denniU-lr ea txiiiixhed. fif All Work Guaranteed. Room anil 4, Morasne Mock. 1'aitaa. I- la. JOB. a. uuiwu. unrtux c cociuus. Baldwin & Cochran, LAW. CHILL UriLDIXO FROXT STREET. . K. McKean, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND Notary Tublic State of Florida. Fmt Street. Oupoeiie Putnam House. PA LATCA. FLORIDA. David B. Lewis. Civil Engineer. T-AILROAIS. WATER srPPLT. LAND V Uraiiiatre and Sewenure. Seeial atteutMm s-iven to sanitary improreuieuta. f. 1 . amires Seville r la. nsi-aiiiiiw BKXJ. mSAM CALHIim. HOST. W. WT 1KVIMO OIIJJS. Calhoun, Davis & (Jillis, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, PALATKA. FLORIDA. Will practice in ttuuv and Federal Courts. Wni. Thompson, Lawyer AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Coumiissioner of leed!t for New York. Spe-ial attention iriven to Conveyane inir. liiiyinir aud tH.-ilinif Lands and Examina tion of Titles. Cbas. M. Hilliard & Co., (Successors to Suldwin C'iK-hranJ FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS. Offiee-ralatka National Bank Bonding PALATKA. FLORIDA. Hf All classes of Fire Imiirani-e placed "in rclialile companies at aleiuate rates. FOR SALt. m Tl 11-OWS HE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPER TY belonging- to the WELSHTON MILLING COMPANY, now located nt Palatka, will lie sold hy private sale as a whole, or in such parts as anyone may desire : 90-Horse Power Engine, New. Double 50-Horse Power Engine with Pulley. Boilers, 65 and 50-Horse Power. Drake Shingle Machine. Crangle & Eliot Lath Machine. Stearns Edger. Stearns' Log Carriage with four 4 Boss Dogs, Jr. Plainer with Matchers patent shimmer heads Stearns Haul-Up Machine. 1 Heavy Mill Frame, 150 by 60. Shafting, Mitre Gear, Pullies, Roll ers, Belting, Iron Stacks, Large Log Chain, Tools and Fittings. AU the above Machinery and Fixtures com- priHe a first-class Mill, with a capacity of 30 M per day. The whohj, or any portion rcmaininir unsold on the FIltST MONDAY IN Jl'NE, 17. will be sold in the City of 1'ulatka at public auctiow. W. J. WEBB, ap2o-lmu HKCKIVKR. GENERAL MERCHANDISE. I i- We liave moved our vtock of Good into the Btorchouse belonging to Mr. C. P, Devcreui, and lately occuiiiol by Cajit. 13. Andcrsn. Having a larger house and more room. our Stock will lie increased to meet the demands of our rapidly growing busi ness. In connection with the house there is a large lot with stuMcs, which will be used as A WAGON YARD for the accommodation of jieople coming in from the country, and those coming from a distance to make purchases will be furnished also with sleeeping secom- moilations. Goods sold at profits corresponding with the times. Special attention given to tlie Whole sale Trade. Orders solicited and satis faction guaranteed. M. D. STEEL. my I'HlAwIm MISCELLANEOUS NEW GOODS. L. II. & W. 11. JIOKItlLL TTAVE JfST RECEIVED A LARGE AND XX Complete Stock of STRAW HATS. LIGHT STIFF HATS GENTS FURNISHING GOODS PA1ITS A11DBLDE SUM rW Orders ieccied for-CustotB and Ready- made Suits. Full line Earl Wuaufe Lwea Gi4- rs and Cuvs. NTEBLACHEN JEWELERS. R. J. RILES, OLD b ELI ABLE I J E W ELER, Has Just received a Ur-e Stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. IW REPAIRING SPECIALTY. Goli. ail SUrer PM111. FBONl 8TKEET, 3 DOORS FROM POSTJFFICE. Watcues, GIoc&s, Si'Yerware, Spectacles, Gold Pens, Pencils, Pocket Knives, Stationery, Newspapers. FINE WALKING CASES, from 25 ctf. upward. All Reoairina Guaranteed. No. IT Keaii riliK-k. HOTELS. Windsor Hotel, WIXTKR ItESOIiT, JACKSO.NVILLK FLOltlllA. One of the 3ft ('mifrtnlte ami titnc-L.U;c Ilntiln in the Unittxl State. ""The Wimlsor was enlnrvcd lai-t n-amn and I lias avcorcnuidutioiis for lour tiutidrud ruests. Fr the ..i of IsM-Hs the WlXIiStilt Kill )irn tnrlij in Virmlo r, iml frm the time of okiiIikj until Fib runrg Ml, will uutl.c Sichll t-iie i.Vilf'M ft an iwiucc. ntent to Tourist to tome to Fkiruki early in tlte Seeuon. Its hiestin. fseinir es.it n' the Citv Park. south on Moiuiw Mm-t ami north on luul street, is the timid in Juikwinviili'. Kimhus with Iwtrh. imrlor suites, ticvutor. stimiu Iw-at. una. etc. Music alu.-ruoou and evening. EQUINOX HOUSE SUMMER RESORT. MANCHESTER ....VEKMOJiT. F. II.OKVIfl. nOti-lui PrDok not tukea. THE CARLETON, Talatka, Florida. ANDREW SHELLEY, PKOPHIETOK. Kates, $2.50 to $3 Per Day LEGAL. N'otire of Mcctin&r of the Put nam Manufacturing and Im provement Company. rL ALL CflXCEKXED OKEETIXO : Whkrkaa. On the lxth duruf Muy. A. D. l7, T. 8. ti. Doran. did apply, in writintr, K. M. Vary. Justice of the Peace in and for Putnam CiHihty, Fla.. reHiilinir in the city of 1'uliitks, axkinic the said JuMtu-e, for m-ml and suttiiieiit rawiwM, in said iietition at lairire pet ln h, ainl in acconlatM'e with tlie statute in such cane niaile anii im'itkl, to direct and autliori me tocall a niinmif of the stockholders of the Putnam ManufiU'turiiie and Improvement Coniany ly his warrant, to lie held after due notice as reuireil ly law, for the urMe of reonranittttioii and the tmnsai-tiou of sueh liustiuess of naul CouiMtuy as muy be expedient and necessary; and Whereas. Said Justice, upon coiinidcrinir said petition, did ixHiie bis warrant on wild May 1h, Ihh". directing and authorizing uie tu cull said nieetinir. Now, therefore, take notlei'. That thestock bohiers of said Putnam Muniifiu-turiutf and Improvement l'onimny will meet at theoliiee of Calhoun. Davis 4 ill ih, in the city of I'u latks, Putnam County, l la-.on Satunliiy, June 4. Irtl, at 1 m., for ttie iurpoe of reirKHtiixa tion. election of ofne-rs and director!, auci for t'le (raiuaction id nut-h lHiniiH. id Mail Company as may then be deemed niii-iiry or expeilu-nt. S. i. IxiKAN. Mt-mlierand Stm-kholdi-r of the Putnam Man- iifiutiiriniraiid Iniprovemeul Company. 1'iilutka, l'la May 18, lv7. mylMtdiitw. Notice or Incorporation. THE TTXDEKSIOXED HEREnV GIVE S(U TiCE. in pursuan.-e of yie statutes of the State of Florida, in such cane inaile and pn vided. f the formation id a corporation un der the ptovisions of Chapter it?. Laws of Florida, tu entruct. maintain and otx-rate a railnsul. commeni'iiiB' at the city of I'nlatka, in the county ot Putnam. tate of Florida, running' in a westerly or northwesterly direc tion throuirh the coiintii-s of I'utnatn. Clay, Alachua. Lafayette, Taylor, Jefferson, Leon and (iadsden, with branches into the cotinliiw of Bradford. tNtwaitce. Columbia, Miion, Levy and Wakulla; said com mny to be known as the Palatka and North we. tern liailwiy Company. H. L. HART, Palatka. K. N. MrKKAY.Chii-airo. J. C. VEKTHEES. I'nlatka. W. J. VSKKII, Palatka. 8. J. KEX.N EKLY, Palatka. 8CMXEK CCHANDLKK, Palatka. WILLIAM J. WIXWiAK, Palatka. 8. V. HAMMOND. Palatka. MAJtCt'S IA (Eli, Palatka. H. . PAYNE, Palaika. EDWAKO LEWIjS, Tallahassee. Talatka March 12. ltr,. mh--ain Notice. VO OMR HAS ANY AUTHORITY TO i.1 enntract any debts asainst the fteamcr utuuiiLA except tu J. mnu.Ar'ni. HE ACil MILLER, Palatks. Fls Not. fL uusl. owners. nnvw-tcsla'WtrB PALATKA HARNESS SHOP ! THE ONLT EXCLUHIVELY HARNESS RCSINKSri IV TUK CITY. Manufac turer and liealer in Harness, hatfcllc. Bridies, Cuilars. Whips. Hpuns Axle Urease, Ce. Hand-Made Harness constantly on hand and tn imW. Our Machine-Made Harness is of rood ma terial and workmanship ; not "made lor the Boutnera trarie." Harness I hi. $1 JO per rail on (in bulk). Hepairins; neatly oone. Orders by mad promptly attended to. R. C. SANDERSON, LEMON 8T, OPPOSiTB PUTNAM HOUSE PAXATKA. FLORIDA. au&-m QQ ryi hwi 3 f Pi RAILROAOS. FLUK1UA SUUTHE1U KA1LWAI. THE ORANGE BELT ROUTE. Daily Time TaLU in Effect May 19, 1887. TRAINS GOING SOUTH. Ltr lit. Amruotine. 800am iiiid 1 p m 10 U) a ra iMpn 10 15 a m 3 (17 p m 10 Mam tiipm lo 5S a m 4 3 p m 1111am 4 M p m USiara ftlupm 1 V a m Bidprn SSOpm HMpia etopm . issapia i as i' m .220.127.116.11 JackiinUle .. Palatka JTtk WJc. Interlacheu. .. Keuka McMeekin Hawthorn..... ttaiuettville. ... UiM-belle 500 ifri 40 TSi p m p ui p in Ar tlainesville ... Lv Mieanopy - tocnoiu , Citra 1 h-ala WelMiton , i k klawalm So. Ijike Weir. " Ieesbunr . tikaiiumpka... Dram-iu June.. l'emln ton llrooksx ilie ar. liaduCity - hi. lilaii.l. " likeluJid Ar I tart i w z 14 p ni Suopm iKipui , 3; p iu 3 4.1pm . 4 :C p m & Ml p m 6 Vu p tu 5 so p tn i lo p a 7 31 p m I ave. . buuu ar 7 a ra . ..... "4"aiu . .. ...... HUm V tl a iu 10 m a m lluia m II : a m 13 uoou Lv Fort Meadu -WachuU Charlie A imp.. Anwlia Fort i irili'n,. . . t 'levi'land ArTrubue Pinna lionla . TRAINS lioIMi NORTH. Lv Punla fiiirda Trabiie 'li eland. Fort t Kdn An-adia ChurlH'.iop Wuiii'hulii Fort Miude liurtow 7 1" a in likt'ltuid..n 7 Vi a m - Hi. iiln ii.l . . .. H 42 a m liu.W City... Uniam liriNikHVille. H ,Vi a iu " IViiilaTtiHi.. lo a ni lirain-ni Jim In in a in iikHliiimpka lo ! in lit-iiirif... . II iatu S Ijike Weir l-' let p in 4 K'kkiwahu.. 12 17 ill WeNhtoii... l ."Hip in I K-nla 1 14 p iu Citra I j t lil 8 11 p ui MHuiiopy . .. .uiih- illc 2 (1 p m li. li.-ili- ... 3 ir, p iu A v tiaiiiiwille. 3 31 p in Lv Hawthorne. 3 :M p ra " McMeckiu.. 3 Ml P m Keuka 4 11pm Interim-hen 4 30pm " J l'K WJc. 5 in p ui Ar I'uiatka f3l p in Jacksonville ' :il in M.AuKUntiue 3o p in 3 .ti p m a : p m 3 :ftl p iu 4 12 p ni 4 f7 p m b 47 p iu tl 41 p in J 30 ' ar 5 M a ni a 3 a m 7 13 a iu 7 4'i a in ii 25a iu 6 4"i a m 7 4." a iu "Wai'ia'iu .V, s ni lsin it : a iu 1I 4la in 10 -in a in 1 Ss p iu 13 4.i p m ST. JOHNS AND LAKE EUST1S DIVISION. l-rtive 6 30a m... AHtor Arrive" HI p m Arrive it .'nam... Fort Maw.n lae & lo p m pill Hill 3 40 Lccliiirtr A r lo 41 4 UTi Uiiiierv Lv 1" tl 4 I ". onuiiiu lfc-nd lo I I 4 St Lislii Kim 44-1 .Cniiid ll:iiid W 40 4 4". Fort Maxoit " Sl- " I.v'.i3 Kutm Ar4SI " .M i l Nil Homer Lv 4 IO " iiiri ft Si " fMV.Taiarc " 4 ! t:l 54UAr lo m .ljuie 1-ai k " 3U " ".'ill coxxEcrroNs. At Paint ka with Jui-ksonvillH. Tsmna and Kev iiJ Kai wav. an.l t-t. AuiruKtiiie ami l u lataka Railway, and tiwt river il-aiii" r from rt. Aiiirutiue, i,n'ii t. ove rprmiis. jiu-ksoii villi' and all points North. Kar-t and Wi-t. Mail I nn lit. make cl e coiillit tion l'Itl ways via. J.T. Ji K. W. lt'y at Jacksonville with A Hunt u- Court Line, last Mail. At iiMiiuTvilli- with llii-ouvli Pullman slii'- ers over r.a aiiuali t ion. la and extern It y. for New Oi-leuiis. lennai-ola. SavHiinah. AUih uy. Monttromciy, Louisville St. Louis and all point Witt. At Ocala with Florida Railway and NaviRU- tion i ii.. aim f. f. o. &- ti. n. it. At Ator with St Johns river t-i triers fur ,I;liL.ii ilie. Sunfordaud wav lundiiuni. imiirir Willi me r-i. joiuis aim ijmc l biion of the Florida Southern Kail way. and lals on Luke Harris. Lustls unil tai-itnn lor all iNiintsoii Likes. At laiii.a Willi Plant SK ainnhlps every Mon day ami I nnnuiay for Key t-i ami Havana. Ai iikeianii witn rutn rionuu iiaiinHi fia'TamiMA. kinHimim. Orlando anil Sanlonl At t'unta lorla witn Kteaiuer A I icir tiowaril and Walkatumica tor Puuta ltusna aud Furt JI era. liciicrai Manatrer. SuinnUmliiit. ST. AUGUSTINE ROUTE. Jacksonville St. Au-ustine and Halifax River ft. R St. Augustine Division of Jacksonville, Tarn pa and Key West bail way. The only AIR LINE Bail Route Bet. Jack onvilleand Su AutfUbtiue Schedule la Effect November 14, 18S3 Trains leave Jacksonville from Ferry Wbarf, loot of aewnan street, A.M. A.M. P.M. P.si Mind Daily Expr. Daily. i.t. j.cxsonviiie.... ii w on i.m .uu Ar. tu Auaustiue.. V.:t 10.J0 2.30 h.i A. M. P. M. P. M, Daily. Expr. Mixed. Daily. i.r. St. Auifutini.. s 3u ri.vm z.iu 4 ii Ar. Jxcksi.iiviiie... 10X41 l.l'ml ft 30 W. L. CRAW FORD. L. C DEW ING. Superintendent. ti. T A. STEAMBOATS. PASSENGER DEPARTMENT, DeBaiT and People's Line STEAMERS. On St. Johns River. STEAMERS CITV of JACKSONVILLE AND II. IJ. PLANT, In TClfeot May 11, 1HH7, SlirTH. JACKSONVILLE I ' U L' I.' 1 ., . i . . b- NORTH. Art 30 a m On arrival of Wit ln lia rase nan. 3 30 p m Di llury Wharf. Fiait id I .aura St, ? Ui p m Tia-oi no p m Palatka v ji p m RoiiiwtiHi..:.. II ut p in Welaka 13 Midnirt 4iiNirintown.. z 3r a m Volunia...... 2 : a m Astor 4 45 ni. ..Di-Iiiiil Ijindiiiif 5 3omJ1',1. , " 12 . 11 " lo : a m 40 p in mum Kl p iu 7 15 p 111 7 10 p m a uu p nt 4 15 p m f . . . . IlllIT- ' 1 ' I !- Arri ive SANPOKll ill a m. S Fla R R 15 p m H :i a m 30 a m tity Wharf.... V 30 a m hntcrpriae... City Wharf. I 4ft p UI Lv 1 00 p m D. If. ELLIOTT. Oenl.Paas. AgU Deltury Line. M. DAVIDSON. lii-n'L Trait. Airt People's Line. ORANGE GROVES. Iii the Flourishlncr Town of FEDERAL POINT, FLA. Which has the best soil and the be transportation facilities of any part ot Cast Florida, I hare the following de Bcntsxl propert for sale, to which I in vite individual inspection before Jur cbanine: One im proved place of ft acres, set with oil) nrar.ee trees, tn bearinir, com rribirifr 250 iUndarins, bmidea Japan I'rrximmons, I'each and Plum Tmea, a finely tinmhed Cottaite of 5 Booms. with Driven Well and Rain-wafer Cis tern. Income this rear 4750. Irice 5.5O0. Alao, one place of 20 acres, with nice Cottage and Young Orange Grove of 600 trees junt coming into bearing. Price $3,000. lias dnveo well of unfa ling wa ter. AImo one j.Lwe 5 acres, 2 acres cWred and set out in Orange Trees, Price 1 11(10. 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 f2,lu0. Besides, one lot at Bridgeport, Fla. of do acres, o of wbtcn nave tja cleared with a one river front. Also, unimproved land within the cor porate limits of Federal Point, Fla., and other lands in St. John County, which M tuMarnusad ta fertility of soi . Call and see or address J. F. TENNEY, f.l lT Federal Point, FU. RAILROADS. SaTannali. Florida & Western UAILWAY. WAYCROSS SHORT LINE. All trains of this road are run bv Ontra Standard time. tims ciio is vrracT r set bib i. Paasenrer trains will 1' are and arri v a dllv as fuiiows: WEST INDIA FAST MAIL. Imti Tampa, via 8. F, R. R... . tiUpn - raiataa. via x. u K. w .. .. 4 17am Jaeksonvill..- Till, Arrive JscksoovUlo, ninin - nayeross V lus m Savannah HMa Charleston. .4 p m 2 Ku.hrconi' 4Ha m Washington II in a to Aw lurk .. bM'pm Pullman Buffet Cars Tunis ta Wanhln.n sad New furs to Tampa. MKWORLEAM3 EXPRESS. L"av Jacksonville 7 00 am Arrtva Jacksonville T p m Ar-1 re Wat crura lo a m ivei homaavlile .... 1 4S p tu rnve Itaiubridne . aapm Tiva ChattahiMichMt i iu !. Arrive Pi n.acoia via L. N. R.'hC;...ld 10 p m Arrive Mobil-via U N. Ii. R Il'iim Arriva New I )r I.... n. ..... I 4. v tt i - i. Arrive Albany '.'.3Up m amve si soon via rent il H. R H 34 p m Arrive Atlanta via Central R. R. ... is lfta m Art Ive ChattaniMura via W. it A. R. K & ft a m Arrive Nashville t ia N. hi I it 11 11 n . Arrive Louisville via L. A K. R It tum Pi.llman Buffet Cars to and from Jackson ville and Ni w Orleaus. via IVnaii-ola and Mi- bile. and ta an.l Inmi J..ia..,.. 1im ... ..... ville via Tboniasviile. Atlanta and Naa'iviilii and CiU'Uiiusti to Jacksonville via Jesup. A C LINK EXPRESS Leave Jacksonville p ni Arrive Jacksoavdlo i 'n Arrive nsicross ... . 1 1.1 1. . Al rive ll-unswu. k via II A W It It Arrive Jesup ti hi p iu Arrive Mseou via ETVtl) Hit II to p n. Arrive Atlanta via ITVslihK. .. S'ft a iu Ar Cbatianuoira via E T V.A ti H It. . s 20 a m Ar Cincinnati via Cm tuuili 11 It 1 43 p tu At rive havennah 7 .' p a Arrive Charleston lift a in Arrive Wilmington :iara Arrive rtlcbnioiul ., tf 110 . m Arrive Washlnstun 11 n ... Arrive New York ttbo ui Pullman Kuffet Kloeninir Cars, to anil Imm Jai ksonvilie and New ork, also Jarksuuville ui i.inciuuai.1 via jesuu. EAST VIOUIDA EXPIiLSS. Leave Jackson villa SOOnm Arrive Jacksonvil.e Ms tu Leave Wayctoss 7 ha p ni IaveUsimwtilie.. 8Mnm liuave 1 homaavlile ll:iuiu Arrive Ailiauy I .V a ui siontaun ery via Central UH..1 M m at " Moliilu via LlNKIt 2 M P to - New Orleans via LA N R R . ; 11 p m Naslivill- via L A N R R 7 . ft p m Louisville tia La N R it 12 a tu Cii.eiiinatl via I. tt N It It b .kl a m ht loiiis via LA N R It 7 4.. a in Pullman DiinVt Cats to and from J ril'km .11. Ville and luiisviili-, via 'I hint ssville, Alluiny M Jtit ironiery and Narlivilie, and to ami ln.ee llailow aud Moniaoiuerv via Gainesville. SAVANNAH EXPRESS. Leave Jacksonville s iftp m Arrive lat-ksonvilile. ., IS a iu a'aveuainesviuu r."ifip in Arrive GsiiKwvlll looft a in Thomaaville.. . . 7 I .'is to Allainy . II 4iia u M 011 -a ornery via Central It it. 7-Vip m Naahville via LAN R R tftT ni Louisville via Li N II It I tu p tu Cim irnati via LA N R It tltt p n St Louis via LA M It It Mwpm Waycriais 11 iu p in liruiu.wi, k via Ii A XV II it 6 40 a m Allatny via 11 A W K R. 4 4ft a m aeon via Central It R... ... Vi-4 a to Atlanta via Ceutral it it I lift p m Chattanootfa via W A A It U ...7o7pm Jesup 1 00 a m IlruiiHWli'k via ET V A O UU..tli0 n. Msoi n via K T V A U It It ,...7i m Atlanta via ET V & ti It K ... 1 1 .aj ii'ii t haltauiMiira via K T V A ti. . Ift t m t t J Ciniliinati via Cm houtli by 6 40 am Havaiiuah. .. Ins UI Clisrleston. ., Wiliuiiiirtou. Richmond . Wsshiuaton. ..l-'.Vipm . na-ipru .10 4fta m . 4ip ra New York v I II III r'uilman liuOot Car anil Mann lioudulr liutti-t Cars via Waycruss, Ailmu) and Macon, and vat wavcross. ji-.uu and Macou. latwet-a Jack. sonville and Ciiicinnali; slwi tbrouirh Pawn. Iter Oawbes between Jacksonville aud Cballa. noofea. Pullman IliilTet ars to and from Jarkaon ville and Naabville Via Tboiuasvlile and Idoiit got ery. Pullman RulTot Cars between Jaoksonviilr and U asbltiKtun. WM. f. IMKIIKE, Oeneral rassenirer Aseut. IL G. FLBMIN3. Huueriiitendeiiu FOR ORMOND, Duylona, and I'olut on t li w "lZumt rosvait.' St. JOHNS AND HALIFAX (Tim WhlteJ ItAILltOAD. TIME TABLE No. I. Tu Take Effect MONDAY, April 1, 1SM7 (Daily, Except Sunday J BOCTII HOf'ND. Lv Jacksonville vis J., I.1K.W, - ll p m ArPalaiku ..... .15 pm I v Palatka via Ferry ArmsBiear . fill - ra Ar Koilcston ..... S.Fft p m Lv Koileston . . . 4 p ru Lv tirmond . . . ft no p ra Ar Dayuma ..... &.;kl p 111 Mak ins connections with steamers and hacks for f reiKbt aud pa ass so fur all points on Halifax river. NORTH llOuau. Lv Daytnna .... .) m Lv t rrmond .... hm a m Ar Koileston . . . . lo 41 S in l.v KiMleatun via Perry Arautmear In -i a in Ar Palaika ..... 1 1.Kl a ra l.v Palatka via J T A K. W. By . 11.11 a in Ar Jacksonville .... I j p in Msklna; c caw counectioas fcr all poiuts Norta and is est. riieclal inducements to immlffrants and ex c Jrsiou partiea 1 tirouKh rates of freight fliiin to all points oa tbe bast Cuust, and as low as by any utbei I it m. V. J. WHITE, E. a BPEVCKR, l"rest. O. P. A. fl f"y to tie made, cut this out and rn 111 II I I turn to us, and ws will send you ' " free, soinsttiti if of sTsai value and Importance tu you, that will sia t you in iiLsluess which will brms you in u.ore m ni-r risbt away than anythina-else in this wond. Anyoue can do tbe work and li's at home; e-ther sex, all ae. hornet hi no- new, that just coins money for all workers. We will start you; capital not needed. This is one of tht irenuine, Important cbamwa of a lifetime Those who are aml.it lous and enterprising' will not delay. Grand outfit free. A-i.ire.s Tkl'S A Co.. A usual a. Maine. "e7 in PATENTS PECTUED ON R EA RON A ft I.E Terms. Work n-lialile; paars randully and li-trally drawn. Write for au-ticulars. S. L, riiixiHBK, Pstent A ttorru-r and Michan. l-al Eiutuieer. tU Cloud lluildius. Waslutiirton. D. C dc-U WORKING CLASSES?-" furnish all claasea with lTTCMT flJ smplo) ment at borne, the H I I til I lUil whole ot the Umo, or for tbeirsiatre moments. Husineas new, lisbtand ' r.ilrlaule. Persons o either se easily earn from 60 oenla tu $AXM per evenins-. and a firoport lonal sum by de. voting- all their time to tlie liuaineaa, loaauu a-irlsearu nearly as much as men. Tbst all who see this may send their sddress, and teat th-i business, make this offer. To such as ais not weal satisfied as will send one dollar to pay for the trouble of writlns;. full par ticulars and outfit free. Addiess Gaom.s. BTiasua A UOa Portland. Mailt. d7 em Rescued from the Grave. M wife far suay yasfs was anUcts4 wiik a Wood disssss whlca UAs4 lb awat ilTlfl 1 ' f -' T'f Blcsiatsd sad ady lookia, rsaals ssrs a oas of bar Ibabs, I triad evsry fcaowa nuasdy, sucb as tbs ssrasparUla sad potash mhtarss and pwsenptions ef tbs bst physician, with b bsasfit la say way. A Uw BMaths st my tumtMrn w calUd lo S. S. H. I psocursd aosss of tbls atsdicias, a hick she bsfsa n tabs sad at a short tisss Inrri.ni la asdi sad strensth, aad tbs ssrs, which was tbsa kwfrtbsa siy baad sad waiktj Is th boo., bfgsslo WL fchs ksd Iims la suck s tsrribls aadmaaisryBnaa4awssBasrdaaU's(laerattbs uVassbs sisnaisariis tbs t. E 8. that I rxfimiaad frost akia tbs facts kaowa ta tb. paUis. I publicly afca this Wsissiaat fas the bsnsat W sll wb an anUctsd as aiy wife rnra hum, Jcsras C, C-u, May so, RAILROADS. 1 1 ii 1 ni in ua in. iii. TaI 1 alfSlsaLaSar.'VJ l lll CI.K! Win M-Mf II f VI. THE SUMMEIt SCHEDULE Will ro into effect SUNDAY, MAY 8, 1887. When trains will run as follows: ttHTII HOCND-MA1N LINE. tVBA Maii I ll 1'.' :i p ISM p I Si p slip MlXXO Tuin. Lv Jacksonville.. H 111 a in -sum- lark.. M ;c a iu Green Cove tp " IC a m PnlatkadeinHiilO loa m (laiur'IstilO 1.1a lit " Pomona. 11 US a m HuiitiiiaUiu ..II Iii a in " hei ille II 4ii a iu .llla liani n ii is p ni Delatnd June U M pm " lHLand 13 15 pm IMpn 4 11pm ft Ml p m 5 Al p in Wpin j:lim 7 art p m H (in p ra HAilnm i 10 p m 111 III p IU m lUpn Oranm-ntyJ 13 4dpm 4 It; p m SB p in " Knterprire Jc. 12 fm p m 4 14pm ti 47 p ui " Moiiriai 1 06 p in 4 30 p in V ft p ui Ar riiiu-i prihe 4 2S p m hautiiid I It p in 4 U p m 10 07 p m NORTH HOI ND. ClA Mill. I hill) . Lv Siinf..r.l 1 1 a in H JUam 1 10 p ta " Km. -I prim- r Id p iu M.nir... SKI am X p m " K.iitei-prie Jc H47am tl p in " oraiiire Cily J I 4A a tn NjWam l40piu IH-lauid H&ftam tpn " iN ljoi.i June. 8 a nt IS a m hpi'iiiKtiurd'ii. 2 Ms lit :il a in Ki-ville :t te a iu lo m a in lliiutiiiirtoii .. . ii an a iu lo 2H a in Pomona lisiiii In 40 a in " I'Hlntkail.au'lMI II 17 a ill " ' iIj-hi'iikIi 4 1'ia in 1112 am CriH-n Coe hp ft XI a in 12 XI p in " (iiiiiiue Park . . ft Vi a in 12 fi p in Ar Ja ksoiiillt...tl .10 a iu I 2H p iu I lift p ra lit p IV ii M p ui 4 I" p iu 4 2W p ui 6 10 p iu ft OT p in 24 p tu tl (si p iu 7 Al i iu Niire-4'ol.an Mail trains ninth I slop only at stuiiouM indicated, and run solid l.l wii'ii Jai'k aoin ilie ami Tampa. Pullman liunc! hli-epiiia; eurs aii Hllni liiil. No connection to Kliler priM' on Pundavs. INDIAN RIVER DIVISION DAILY, KXCEIT BUN DAY. GtlINO HOl'TH. Iwii KunTord. . . . Moiiiim... I'liti-rpriae I H.H'll " Mima ... . ArrivcTiHi.illle.. 3 4ft p 111 a hi p m 4 ill p hi 4 ftft p ui d 17 p iu 5 Us p iu tiolXtl NORTH. Ii'ino TIIiiki Ilie Mima " i i.li'ii ' l.tlterptlae MonriN Arrive ha n lord 13 (M p ut .12 IU p iu . 1 4M p iu . i Iii p IU . t as p iu . t ftft p IU Sanford and take Enstis Division. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. Gt II NO WKfT. Lciite Kauford " I 'aula HiUK-lllll. . . . " Ml. Ii.ua ... Arrive Tat area.... a 111 a m W 2ft a in 10 13 s in lo :a a in 10 4H a m t ill p m ft IH p m ft ft? p 111 tl IU p III ft ir p iii GUI. Ml KAHT. Leave Tavaii'S. . . . . ,. Mt. Ihira " hom-iilo " Paula.. Arrive haiilnnl , 7 00 a ra 7 l-l a m 7 21 a m H oft a in 2ft a iu 11 no nt 12 17 p in 12 147 p tit 1 HO p iu It IU p at IrTKnr furl Ii. r liil'onnalii'ii, thmush eon-niH-tioita, I'tc, a folders, iiewnpaiN'manil large time car.lN st Mlutioiis, M. It. MORA N, I.. C. iKM I Ml, C.ctl'l. niipt. A G. P. A. Geu'l. Ticket A 1ft. St. Anostine aid Palatka RAILWAY ! "THE STANDARD SHORT LINE." TIME TABLE No. 6. Taking Effect Sunday, May 8, 1887. Standard Tims (Will h) Meridian. DAILY EXCEPT rU'NDAYS. WEST. 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A rml rolls' ....Holly llraiii-h Oillila MerrillnM ... lliH-iia V ii-ta ... . .. .l'alliTNi hi ville , . ... . . ...... . ... 10 IIH .. .10 ill . ..10 20 .. III lit ...10 IW .. 111 04 ... V tm ... 6ft ... t Ml. ... 47 ... 40 k .. t ill Lv. III IM ft ftft ft 41 ft 44 ft HU ft M ft no ft 2ft ft 22 ft Ift ft Oil L. H no. h ai. .s 27'. H ill n ;i. X 41. H 4ft. .M Ml M M 3 Ml. ii UI. 4 HI 4 . 4 II. 4 IV 4 20. 4 2-1. 4 ill. 4 4.1. Ar. M III. . . rM in . no If l. riilulkii, V. H. U. IXh' ST. JOHNS RAILWAY "THE ANCIEN1 CITY ROUTL" DAILY. W1XT. N o. ft. Lv. P. M. 6 4V .. 5 47 ft ftft 0 ill. . . ;Ar. TCAST. No. . Ar. P. M. . - T 4ft ... 7 til ...f 14ft 7 00 Lv. . ft. A iiiiift Ilie . New Ht. Aiinrualine. hu A. a P. Junction. Taa Fliilf Htatioua. W. J. JAUVIS, Gen. (iilpt. LIQUOR DEALERS. P. CUNUEELY, Merchant, AGENT FOR DUFFY'S MALT WHISKEY, WATER fiTKEBT - PALATKA, was. W. M. CHEEK. tMS