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THE DAILY NEWS-PALATKA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. MORNING, JUNE 2, 1887.
THE DAILY NEWS NATIONAL U3RARY AT WASHINGTON. Kara and Curious AVorUa Qnmr Old Hi !:.- Yalnahlw Autographs. Tlie 2Tit ioruil ILlirary contain many rait: ami curintia wot ktt. It lias aome of tlie nw4 valtuildo books ever published in Amerk-a, ami (uuon lie is the first American ISil.lo rintct ia European tonm in tliis comitrr. It is a fJerman liiblo, wiiioh v.rn riuted at CJ-rmantown in nio aui Licit Mr. KpotTurii bought at a UxA rii,-tion about two years ao. It ia it-; t i:i n Iwx like caao in one of the alcove t.f t!:o irwun.1 floor, anl ia trnly a curiosity. Tlioth not & tlik-k aa Web ster's Dictionary, it weighs alxmt aa much, ami IIkhi; !i printed over 120 years ajo, it in utill in i;ootl condition. It is alxmt iix inches thick and eight inches wkii-, ly ten or twelve incites long. It fat Wiinl in ocili boariia, covered with rich brown kut!icr, antl on its corners tliere am licavy l.r:ws hoaaes, with little Iteads jiitlini out of tlieni to keep the leather from restinjf ot the table. Its clan pa are of kal!i r, willi brusa fasteners, aud its n er, row yellow with ag. is printed in iueer ol.I (Jt-rniaa tyt. The first page is in colon, und on the fly leaves there are several K:iiealor-?ical records. It was oir.irally -owned by a German, but in 1.0(4 it was bought by Enoch Kittenhou&e, a Dieinl r. I doubt not, of the old Iiitten Iksiho family of l'liiliulcliihia. Another Bible tlutt the library has ht that printe I for tlio Indians by John Eliot in 10:I. This in the flntt Bible printed L' America. It was printed in 'amlrt Uk'e, and in the Indian tongue. Tlio library ban. a chapter devoted to I'.il !-, and t!o chapter of theological workit l tlie larjrest one in the library. I looked r.t thU big bookcase of Bibles tlie otlier day ; they ore of ail sizes and elm a -a, from the little Test pocket edition to one big enough almost for a mounting block for horses. They are in all dialects und laiinua-s, and tlie Chinese Bibles look lil.o m many bunches of niunilla wmpping paper. Tlie print of these Ilil.lc is as tuieer ait the languages in which they are printcil, and they have v ry ht vie of tyjM, from the illuminated script of the monks of the middle ages to tlie common print of tolay. The luanuHcripUof tlie National library include many valuulJe autographs. Among them are two autograph journals of lieorge Wiishinn-ton, one of which won made during Braddock's expedition and one in 1787, at Mt. Vernon. Here is a private journal of Arthur Lee while lie was uiinister to France, at he break ing out of the revolution, and there are two volumes of an original military jour nal of Maj. Gen. Greene, written now ever 100 yt-.irs a'co. Tlie National hbrajry was founded about 1S1, end tlie iirst instalment of books wan carted to 'aiihington in trunks. They were ordered from London, and tliey cost altogetlier $5,000. Frank G. Ciirpvuter iu The CosmopoUtan. Kodit. Water for Everybody. Mono lake in another sheet of water that in full of soda, borax, and other minerals in solution. Tlie waters of both (hi-f.is and Mono lakes ia a natural deter frer.t. Tlie dirtiest and greasiest of cloth ing is made clean in lialf a minute by fiimpty rinsing the article in the lakes. It latlwTH naturally when agitated. When tltero is a high wind a wall of Hilda three or four f.-et in lieight is seen along that shore u; on which the waves beat. This ipiivering wall in which are seen all the colorn of the rainliow and as many beau ties ns are Known by the kaleiiloscope would (-tow t a height of ten or twelve feet Ik 'fore toppling over, but that when it atl.uin.-i a (certain lu ight tlie wind catch -a it up and wafts great balls of it fur inland. S'jomo of these floating balloons of lather are as big as a floor barrel. As the pre vailing winds are from tlie west, all vege tation on the eastern nhore of the lakes is killed for a distance of many rods. When there fire unusally high winds th balls of sntl.i ore lilown so far inlanl is to reaclielunipsof willows and other lnishes, the leave.) of which are then seen to be m-orchod as though by fire. The water, just act ;t comes from tlto lakes, wookl nui!;e an excellent sham poo for the use of Utrbem; and tlie solid matter resulting fnm evaporation would mako a fine, washing jiowder for laundry use. Vir ginia City Enterprise. Ftctlnia Nnl Re Interesting. VtTl.en all u fi.iid and done tlie tu-st busi ness of lie-1, ion is to interest. If this busi ness lie cocotn pUshed in a seemly manner, without any violation of decency aud mo rality, (to sure, there ia much virtue in this if! thera can be no right reason for complaint. Tlio late George Henry Lewes ;:a not, )erhaps, an extremely wise v.vm, but he made one very sensible observation on this heotL "If an author," he wroi: once in an essay on Dickens, "if i.:i ftm!ir makes mo laugh lie is liUMioroiw; if ho makes me cry ho id pa thetic. In vain will any one tell me tliat such a picture is not laugliahle. ia not pa tls'tie; or tliat I am wrong in being niol." ISerond this there is no pass ing. Mr. Lowell (and you and I. good render, with liiin) may iirefer, when we set l l'. down in our arm chairs with a lxi!; in our hands, to l taken out of ourselves and away fiiwn our neighbors, ns f ir us this sychical tr.ms;iortation is pwsihle those iieighbors, wluiut ill the flesh we arc always so glad to see. and whose idluM we ;ie never weary of dis cussing. Ikit if oar neighbors think dif ferently, i let them think. SlacuiiUan's MagaziiH. Ituther Klines fr Monte. Tlie lav v. i'd come when tlie present moile of prvteclin;' tls foot of the liors will l dit':ere I to be a mistake. It horny iti'x tanc vv;ts never intended to lie pient d l lusi': No wonder that so many In rti-i u-.U Lnueand aix- jierpetually mined. 'o wow roccnily eliown a horse kIkvI in li r.tlicr. It struck us an excellent i lea and worthy of ndotiin. WeshoiiUleot 1h KUi", Lel tluit leatlier shoe ltud super'4tled hhoes of iron. If, however, iron be a necessity. k.t it be rmild on the leather shoe. Now. bIioc makeru please jrt up a neat act. and si iow the:n to all your horsey friends. Don't tto -no" foruti answer; stick to Uhii till you liave ovenonit tlu'ir preju-dii-cs. V. !-n you liave MM-ceeded ap)ly U tlie S.-iety for tlie Prevention f frm hy to Animulti for a inedaL and if they d cliiH to i;ive you one be content to know that vihi have done more good than the mn-iety in question with all ia wealth. iVotc'i Paper. KnglUk Ofltrlal Slmpllrlty. Some iersoiis are biiepticnl about centena rians, but the English eonnnisKiuners of cus toms are not. There was a clerk in their de partment who retired on a pension forty-two year ago. Th eon filing Imonl went on paying the annuity till last month, by which time tlie annuitant was apparently 1J0 years obi. This abnormal longevity does not seem to have iiuluepil the commit knurs to nuike impnries. If they had done ao they would have discovered that the nominal recipient of the pension hatt len tteail thirty-Hire years, .and that the mouey was rvally gi.lng to his son, a nitrs junior of 7i). It is alraovt a pity that the fraud has been found out, car The Pall Mall Uoiette. It would have been inter esting to ce how long the ciwtoms board woul.1 have gone on pciyinj the pension. Per hai about VXM or thereabouU, wheu the pensioner wouUl have been 150 yean obi, they might have begun to grow aneptciouii. Bos Ion Herald. Silver Iu Voir an le Ashe. J. W. MalU-U cluiius to Lave found trace! f silver iu tlie aUa from an erutiun of the volcano Cot'Miaxi. to the extent of two-fifths of an ounce to tbe ton. Lead, which was aid to be present iu the asbe of a previous ruptks, was not noticed. UNFAILING SPECIFIC FOR LIVRIt DISEASK. CVI'DTflMC Bitter or XtmA taste In Olktli Um mouth: the ton rtie coated white or covered with a brown far; pain la the back, sides or Joints of ten miotakea for Rheumatism; Mur stomsehi lomi of appetite sr:mUnies nausea and water-martb, or intlUreetion; natuiQcjr and acid eructatloos; bowels alternately costive and lax: headseliei kies of memory, with a painful sensation of bavins' failed to dosnsbethiea- waicb ounhtto have been done; de1llltyi low sptrite; tki.k.yellow atPararce ot tbe skin andeyes; a dry coutrh: fever: rest lessors-; the urine s scanty snd h iKb colored. an if allowed to stand, depua- slnnoTs" LIVER FEGULHTOR. (PCKELT VEGETABLE). Is senerally used tn the South to s rouse thh Torpid Liver to a bealt by action. It acts wtte txtraordiaary efneacy on tbe L IVER. KIDNEYS. and BOWELS. An Effectual Bpecifle f r UiUrta. Bowel C mplalntn. lysieisia, SmU. lle-dache. Const pat inn, liiltousiiess. Kslney Alfvctionfi. Jaundice. Mental Depression. Coiic EK'orsed by the ueof T Millions of Rott en as THK BKHT KAMILV MKI-lt'lMi for 1'hiioreo. for Adults, and for the Axed. ONLY GENIJlNi: Has our Stamp ia Ked oa frost of Wrapper. J. H. ZE1UH 4 C0l7philadtlphia. Pa.. Hole ProDrietors. n2-ThIyl Price 00 The Oyak aa a Climber. Tlie Hill Dyaks of Borneo are expert climlier!. Mr. llornaby, while collect ing sjiecimens of natural history, saw a Iyak anct nd a large tapang tree, five feet in diameter at tlie base, straight as a ship's mast, and without the smallest limb or knot for 120 feet up. The man went up the tree to secure a bees nest hanging from tlie under side of the lowest linib. The nest was simply a large, naked, triangular piece of white comh. A Dyak "kvlder" hail been put up the previous year, and reached from the ground to tlie branches. It consisted of seven twenty foot bamboo poles held al most end to end alongside the trunk by sliarp pegs driven into tlie soft wood alHit two feet apart. Tlie pegs were driven first on one side of the poles and then on tlie other, and to them tbe bamboos were luslied by rat tans, which held them firmly about eight inches from the tree. Tliese pegs served as tlie rungs of tlie ladder. The builder must liave been a bold man. with nerves of steel. He was obliged to let the ends of the poles over Lip a few feet in order to budd tlie ladder with safety to himself. Tlio completion of the ladder wad most ditlicult. Clinging to the slight banihon pole, 1U0 feet from tlie ground, lie hauled up the List bamlioo, twenty feet long, drove in the ieg, Lislied tlie lower end of tlie pole to it. anil then ascended that slinking Kiml-oo to fasten it at the top. The Dyak honey hunter fastened to his back a basket to receive, the honey. Mak ing up his torchwood, with which to moke tlie bees out of the nest and away from himself, lie ignited it. slung it by a cord from his neck, so tliat it would hang below his feet, and started up the slender "Lulder." Hand and foot ho went up, peg after peg, with a nonclialunt ease wliich would have done credit to the most daring of sailors. Even that sailor would liave been pardoned if he was a little shaky, while climbing a tall factory chimney by the lightning rod. On rctu-hing the lower limb, 123 feet from tlie ground, he took his torch in one hand, waved it to and fro, until it smoked freely, anil then crawled out along tlio bare branch until ho was in reach of the coveted nest. Examining it first on one Bide, and then on the other, he shouted down as cheer fully as if his climb had been nothing, "No honey!" Leaving the comb untouched, he de scended, with a smile, and reached tlie ground without tlie least tremor. Youth's Com-KJiiion. TKe Lick. Telescope. Wliat tlie Lick telescope will do will depend on men who have the handling of it. It will not make discoveries of itself. All tliat can be said of it is tliat it will place in tlie hands of painstaking com petent oianervers the best means now in existence of scanning tlie heavens. If tltey do not turn the means to account it will not be the fault of the telescope. In times past some small telescopes have made more important discoveries than stand to tlie credit of some of tlie large telescopes of our day. Hut this is not be cause tlie small instruments were better, but because in proportion to the progress of exploration tbe unexplored area of tbe heavens naturally diminishes. There is less to be discovered now than tliere was in t!te time of the cider HerscheL Nor is it logical to deride large tele scopes because Lord I ii who's great instru ment has added little to its early nebular discovery. His telescope is powerful, but it is not exact or accurate, and every observer knows that exactness and pre cision in a telescope are even more im portant titan power. Professor Davidson says tliat tlie Lick telescope will unveil stars of one degree fainter magnitude tluui can lie detected by the instruments now in use. This would tie no small gain. A correspondingly increased power ought to add to our knowledge of Mars, wluch is tlie planet of most immediate interest to olifccrvers on this globe. San Fran cisco 1 'all. I'lnney'a Valuable Find. Louis D landing snys the generally ac cepted tatement that the largest nugget ever found in California was worth a little more than $1,000 is an erroneous one. He says tliat J. J. Finney. 'Old Virginia," found a piece of gold aliout six miles from Downieville, Sierra county, on Aug. 21, ISt'.o. that weighed 5,000 ounces. Tlie gold of that vicinity was worth $13 per ounce, which would make tlie value of the nugget $90,0u0. Tliis would make the Finney nugget tlie largest piece of pure gold ever discovered, so far as accounts go. Heretofore the Austra lian nugget, found in tlie Uallarat gold fields has lieen considered tlie largest. It was valued at $0,000. Finney, or 'Old Virginia," as he was familiarly called in those days, afterward went to Washoe when tlie great silver discoveries were nnvle there, and from him tlie town of Virginia City took its name. Tlie man who discovered the largest nugget in California antl gave his name to the rich est mining camp in the world died in ex treme poverty. Grass Valley L'nion. Injury ie One's Owa Trade. A vulgar spoken man can do a great deal of injury unknowingly to one's trade. There are men who can never be restraineiL If anything goes at variance with thetu, they make no scruple of flii.ging out an oath or a vili epithet. To ladies this is particularly distasteful, and there aro sensitive gentlemen too wlio can not endure it. Neitlier may say any tliing. but they quietly stay away, and the result b that while one retains tbo f.iul mouthed man's trade he may lose the custom of four or five equally as good, if not better. The defect is a hard one to correct. U lobe-Democrat. Photograph albums now have lega and a lock and key. Others have a box in the back to contain "our niiscelLmeoui pictures." LEGAL. Master's Sale. BT VIBTTE OF A PECREE OF FORE closure and "ale rem lerei in tlie tlrvuit Court in and for I'ufnant County, in the Mftn Judicial 'intuit of Hori-la. on the huh day of May. A. D. IssT. In a caofe twr in the Paiatka National Hank fa couiiHainttnt snit John Brown snd Mary Brown, his wile. T. H. Brown and F. H. Von Ktierstein. are oVfenilunts, I will sell at public auction. In front of the Court House door in the city of Paiatka, County of Putnam. Male of Kloriiia. diirina tbe lemil boura of sale, on Moniav the 4Th day f July, A. D. 17, to tbe hitrhevt Mibler for cash the following lenrriliet real cerate, situate, lyinir and beinir in saiil County of lutnam, and Mate of Klorioa, to-wit: The east half of smthswt quarter ami snuthweHt uart-r of aourh-ut quarter and southeast quarter of northweitt quarter of seetsn thirty-twot. in towrwhip riKht, south of ranire Iwi nly-wi east, contain Intf one hundred antl nxty aeres aud tweuty one hundredths of an ai re. T. S. HAIT.HTKX, l-vtal Mur-tcr. SCXXER C. CHAXIlI.ER. Complainant's Solicitor. June S, Iw;. je-'-Thtt Notice of Inrorporatien. THK rXDEK.IC.XET HEKEBY C.IVE NO TICE, in pursuan.-e of tlie statuUM of the 8tate of Klomla, in aui h caso mivie and pn let, of tbe formation of a corporation un der the pto visions of Chapter 1KHT. Laws of t tortiia, to conxtruct, maiutain ami oiierate a railroail, eommenrin at the city of Pslatka, in the county of Putnam, Mute of Morula, running in a winterly or northwesterly ilirec tion throuirh tbe eourities of Futnam. Clay. Alachua. Lafayitte. Taylir. Jeffertwl. Lein and iialslen. wirh liranches into the counties of Brailtonl. hHwance. Cohiiiilnu. Muilison, Levy and Wakulla: mid complin) to lie known as tbe Paiatka and Northwestern Hallway Company. H. I- HA KT. Pslatka. K. N. MCKKAV.Cliicairo. J. C. V KKTItEKS. Palutiut. W. J. WKHH. Pulntka. . J. KENNEKLV, Puhitka. iSCMXEK C. CHAN I I.Kit. Ilatka. WILLIAM J. WINKiAK. Paiatka. !. C. HAM MOM), Paiatka. MAKCI -S UEH, Paiatka. II. ii. PATNK, Paiatka. . EIIWAKI) I.KW1S. Tailahu!ee. Palatka March li IsM. uiuruiin Kctice. N OSS HAS ANY A ITHOKTT V TO contract any debts against tbe blcamer UEUKUKAtlwpt K. J. Ailanis, Airent. LEACH 4 M1L1.EK, Paiatka. Fla Nov. 5, ibtW. wners. nov-itiiS:wtfXt HOTELS. THE CARLTON, Paiatka. Florida. ANDREW SHELLEY. PROPRIETOR. Kates, $2.50 to $3 Tcr Day Windsor Hotel, WINTER RESORT, JACKSON VILLK FLORIDA. (Mt of the H 'mt VimtftnlaUU nl Ilmt-Ukt H4rb in the United Slote. I'be Wlmtaor was enlarinil last season and has avcomnioilatioua for ur buinlrvti irucsta. Fur Ihr Sf ,um . lSKT-TW the irirSUli vitt ojm t-trlu in Ittetmlxr, ami n the time uf opening until Feb ruary 10, trill mttke. $i utl Cow I tut t n an inituee ment tn Tnurit lit come tit Flmruht tnrlu in the Senmm. ltd location, facinir east on the City Park, south on Monroe street and north on liuval street, is the tlnest in Ju-kMouvillc. Hiu with Imtb, parlor suites, clevaUr, team bent, mis. etc. Music afternoon anil eveninir. EQUINOX HOUSE SUMMER RESORT. MANCHESTER taFI)ofrs not taken. VERMONT. F. H. OHVIS. ai2-lin EDUCATIONAL. PALATKA College of Music. AM. MCSICAL ItHANCHES TATOHT. Thoroua-h ItiHtrui'tion in Vocal ami In strumental Mi-i. Voice Buildina'. Italian Htnirinir. trTerms in Advance. 5.U per month. MISS ALICE DAMEKO., Teacher of Instrumental HISS KATK Ii. DK KIT.MAX. Vocal Teacher fL.m.m street, opioalte Express rnd Toies-rapb Offices. fet3-tf JEWELERS. THE OLD RELIABLE I Mors.:!! JEWELRY HOUSE HAS MOVED OX LEICI STREET, OPPOSITE PUTiAI HOUSE, : i Where mv friemls and customers will find everything iu KWELBY & SILVER PLATE WABE NO FANCY PRICKrt! R. J. RILES. .'A full line of FeriodHUls and Stutien-j erj ulwayioo hand. COMB OS t! 11IMIJ1I.L' 2 O X. Watcues, CIocks, Silverware, Spectacles, Gold Peas, Pencils, Pocket Knives, Stationery, Newspapers. rVFINa WALKInTTcANES, from Seta, upward. Ah Reoairina Guarantee a. No. IT Kcaa Block. FLOUR. GRAIN. ETC Gardner, -Eaton & Co., WHOLESALE DEALERS tS Flour, Grain, Hay, LIME. PLASTER, HAIR, CEMENT, BRICK, FERTILIZERS, AN'D Bangor Orange Boxes, HOOPS AND HEADS. PAI-ATKA FJL.A. MISCELLANEOUS JAMESBURT CITY LOTS. AND LOTS ON PALATKA HEIGHTS. Many fine locations, suitable for pri vate dwellings, are offered for sale on very reasonable prices. t5T"Orlice on Water (street, opposite tlie Florida Southern Railroad Brick Block. mh8-tf NEW GOODS. L. II. & W. B. MORRILL HAVE JCST RECEIVED A LARGE AND Complete tock of STRAW II ATS. LIGHT STIFF HATS, GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, PANTS AHDJP SUITS. Order received for Custom and Ready inaile SuifH. Full line Earl Wifatob Until Col lars au.i Cuffs. BRICK ! Georgia Brick. Oeiivered in Paiatka for f-.75 per M., ami to other H.iuts in Flotilla for LLN than any other First-4 iaxs tieorvia llrv k. We have advantatjre in f reiif hL Write us. Flint River Brick Yard, Albany, Ga. ap&-3ml&w PALATKA HARNESS SHOP ! TTIE ONI.T EXCLrsiVFT.T HARNESS lll'SINK IN THE CITY. Manufae-tiin-rand lK-alerin Harnesa, Kaaldles, Uridles, Collara, Whi, Spurn, Ale Grease, Ac. 4c. Haml-Mado ilaroexa eoostantly on band and to onier. Our Machine-Maile Harness Is of rood ma terial and workmanship; not "made for the Southern traile." HariM-NH lil. f 1.50 per frallon (in bulk). Kt'ptiinTof neatly done. Oroers by mail iromitly attended to. R. C. SANDERSON, LEJIOX 8T OPPOSITE PCTNAM HOUSE PALATKA. FLORIDA. auVSm PROFESSIONAL CARDS. C. J JOSFPH, C K- I City ami Co. Surveyor. . M. Hrwiin. c. r. Arubiteet. Joseph & Husson, CIVIL, ENGINEERS, Sarvejore and Arrhlterts. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR ALL kimlsof Huildinira, Complete Set of Gov ernment Field Notes of the Ciainty Maia. Town Platted and Ijind Lines definitely es tMixhivt. fr- All Work Guaranteed. Room 3 and 4. Monurne Itloek. Paiatka. Ha. J o. c. BAI.OWIX. CAkranx c cochras. Baldwin & Cochran, LAW. CltlLL RCILDING FRONT STREET. . K. McKean, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND Notary Public State of Florida. Frcnt Street, Opposite Putnam House. PA LATKA FLORIDA. David B. Lewis. Oivil Engineer. KAILROADS. WATER SrPPLT. LAND Orauuure aud Sewenure. Seeial attention given to Military imrovementa. P. O. address Seville Fla. ocS-2mdAw BF.J. rtTSAM CALHOCX. OR. W. OAT IRTUIO CILUS. Calhoun, Da, is & Gillis, ATTORNEYS AT LAW,, PALATKA. FLORIDA. Will practice in State and Federal Courts. Wni. Thompson, Lawyer AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Commisirfower f Deeds for New York. Mf Special attention riven to ConTeyanc inir. Riiyinic and Selling Lands and Ftsniina tion of Titles. LIVERY. LIVERY. FOR A FIRSTXASS Horse and Buggy, Saddle Horses, Or anything In that line, ro the STABLES of I0IIX RAMSAUR, Front Street, Paiatka, Fla. tW Prices moderate. Only atahiea In tbe city. PTENTS SECTRED ON RKASONABLR Terma. Work relialtle; naper rarefuily and letraily draws. Writ for partiruiara. N. L liUAim, Patent Attomer and Mecaan-K-aJ Kniruieer. SC Ciowd building . Waatuturftsa. FOR SALfc. To H-On 1 HE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PBOPER TT hetonsins- to the WELSHTON MILLING COMPANY, now located at Paiatka. will he old by private sale aa a whole, or in such parts as arvone mar desire : 1 9G Horse Power Engine, New. 1 Double 50-Horse Power Engine with Pulley. 2 Boilers, 65 and 50 Horso Power. 1 Drake Shingle Machine.' 1 Crangle & Eliot Lath Machine. 1 Steams' Edger. 1 Stearns' Log Carriage with four 4 Boss Dogs, Jr. 1 Plainer with Matchers patent shimmer heads- 1 Stearns Haul-Up Machine. 1 Heavy Mill Frame. 150 by 60. Shafting, MfCre Gear, Pullies, Roll ers, Belting, Iron Stacks, Large Log Chain, Tools and Fittings. All the above Machinery and Fixtures com prise a drst-clius Mill, with a capacity of 30 M per day. Tbe whole, or any portion remaining unsold on the FIRST MONDAY TN JUNE, UC. will he sold In the City of Paiatka at publie auction. W. J. WEBB, p2B-!mo UKCEIVKIL GENERAL MERCHANDISE. i- We have moved our stock of Goods into the ntoreliou.se belonging to Mr. C P. Devereux, and lately occupied ly Capt. E. Anderson. Having a larger house and more room, our Stock will lie increased to meet the demand of our rapidly growing Imwi n.TM. In connection with the house there is a large lot with stables, which will lie used as A WAGON YARD for the accommodation of people coming in from the country, and thorn coming from a diNtance to make purcluuies will la furnished also with Ieepiiig accom moiIatioiiB. Goods Hold at profits com.-Konding with the times. Special attention given to the Whole sale Trade. Orders solicited and satis faction guaranteed. M. D. STEEL. myLtilAwlm WINES LIQUORS, ETC. A.N. EDWARDS & CO. DEALERS IN Fine Wines, Liquors and Beers, Imported and Domestic Cigars. BILLIARDPARLORS THE BAR IS PROVIDED WITH ALL THE liest aceeaHoriea, and is presided over ly an aecomolhthed Mixoloaist. The patronam of the public ia respectfully solicited. t-T Good order preserved at all timea. Water Street, Hart's Bloek, Paiatka. ICE. PALATKA ICE FACTORY WILL NOW DELIVER ICE IX ANY PART OF THE CITY. ORDERS FROM A DISTANCE Will receive prompt attention. LOUIS CTOANOVA, I. O. OX 418. ORANGE GROVES. In the Flourishing Town of FEDERAL POINT, FLA. Which has the best soil and trie be transportation facilities of any part of Eaet Florida, I have tbe following: de scribed property for sale, to which I in vite individual inspection before jur r basing : One improved place of fit acres, set with 640 orange trees, in bearing, com prising 250 Mandarins, besides Japan Petwimrnons, Peach and Plum Trees, a finely finished Cottage of 6 Booms, with Driven Well and Rain-water Cis tern. Income this year 750. Price 15.500. Abo. one place of 20 acres, with nice Cottage and Young Oracge GroTeof 500 trees just coming into bearing. Price $3,000. Has driven ell of unfailing wa ter. Also one place 5 acres. 2, acres cleared and set out in Orange Trees. Price 91 1""- 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. Pnce S 2,100. Besides, one lot at Bridgeport. Fla. of GO acres, o of which have been cleared, with a fine river front. Also, unimproved land withi i tbe cor porate limits of Federal Point, Fla.. and other lands in St. Johns County, which if unrarpassed in fertility of sot . Call and see or address J. F. TENNEY. fel-1 Federal Point. Fl JL J. CEACH&SCa HurserymefJ PA L4TKA A ii ntCTO asowir sitited to tuis NTMLACHEN. RAILROADS. SaTannah, Florida and Western RAILWAY. W AYCKOSS SHORT LINE TIME CARD IN EFFECT MAY 15, 1987. AH trains of this road ai run by Central ftaiHlard Time. Pawenm-r Trains wlii leave and arrive, oailt, aa futlowa: WEST INDIA EAST MAIL. Arrive Jackaouville ...... LMonoon T a m 1 a m M.iism Sinpm luipm it At a m Iltm . . . timpm 3 in p m Leave Jacksnnviile Arrive Wayeruas JeMip Havannah (harleaton Richmond Wafdunston Ilaltiinore Philadelphia ow 1 ork. Pullman lludet ears to and from Sew York and 1 ampa. via Jacksom ille and fauforiL NEW OKLEANd EXPRESS. Arrive Jacksonville 7 :K p m (O a m ttlam ISpn 3 3i p 111 KHpni 10 10 p IU iliini L-sve Jacksonville Arrive Wsycnws Tliomaoville llHinbridice hattaboaichee - Penwctila t ia I. N KK. .. Mobile via L At N KR New I Irl.-Mim via L N KK 10 a iu rullnian Iluffet inn to unU fniin Wave and New Orleans, via IViiMtcola and Mobile. ATLANTIC COAST LINE EXPRESS. Leave Jacksonville... Liwe Callahan Arrive Ws'cns ... SOftpni . . . 47 p in ... 4 40p m . . 7 p in ... 1 2T a in . SJOam ... 2liSpm ... Siupui ... II ui p iu Savannah. ... luirlnnii Wiliiiiutrtoa. .. VelihKi Itkhmond WaHhiiiptou.. . New 1 ork. Mt a iu Pullman ItulIiH HeeiiiiiK ears from Jacksun- ville to New York EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS. Arrive Jacksonville 9 45am Leave JuckHonville .. 4 15pm Waycnws 3U p lu Cainesville 3 46pm " liketiiy SSipiu " Live Oak 5Apm Tin inianville 10 55 n iu Arrive Altwoiy l-ini - MofiiKomery vin l i iural Kit.. 1 zn a m " Mi.l, lit- via L N lilt 2 in p m New Orleans via LAN RR... 7 ;m p m Naxhville via L N KK TlAptii Uiiiisville via L A N H K : !Uim Cincinnati via L if N KK :l a m hu Louis via LAN RK 740 am Pullman Mullet cant to and from Jackson ville and St. Louis. viaThoniativUle, MouUrom- ery and Nashville. JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS. Arrive Jacksonville 15 a in I .cave Jacksonville 5u6pm Leave Callalian & H it in Arrive Wayeruss '. . . . . S 10 p m Jcmuip 9 10 p ra Mau.ii via ET V ii RK 3 45am Atlanta CTVtliKH 15 a lu Cliattanootia ET V RK.. 125pm Pullman liulfet cars aud iHtiwcnirer eaaiches to and from Jacluonville aud ChatlaJiooKa. SAVANNAH EXPRESS. Arrive Jacksonville 5 30am Arrive OhiiicwviIIc WJiain Leave Jaekaonville vuupiu - Oaincftvilie a 4.1 p m " Lake City 3 35pm " IJveOak SMpni Arrive Wayensw II 45 p m " Alitauty via li ami w hii oiaiani Macon via Ceut nil It K Sloani Atlanta ia Central KK IlApiii t hattauoosja, W and A KK 7 05pm Savaiuuib 10 a m Charleston 11 40 a m Pullman Huffi t cars and aMsenirer coaches JuckHouvillc Ut ChattaniNiant. rullnian Mi-eimm rani to anil Irom Jackson- 'ill 1 iHineiiv ilie anil Kavannuh. TUroiiirb tickets sold to ail isiiuts by mil and stcamxtup colllliH tloii. and baviraire checked tlirouirli: also .liiepinir car births aud sections siH'iireil at Couany's othce, in AMtor.ltuililiiiM', 83 Hny street, ami at paiwtiirer Htanon, aim on lioarif Pople's Line steumers. H. 11. Plant and Chattahoochee, and llellary Hays Line steam er. City of Jacksonville. ,i . I . iiAnur.r, General Paaaeiiaer AKcnt. R.G. FLEMINtl. ttuperintemlent. THE- F. R. & N. IS THE SHORTEST, QUICKEST, and most DIRECT ROUTE To nearly all Prominent SOUTH FLORIDA POINTS ! and is nearly 40 Miles SHORTER JACISONYJLLE to TAMPA Than any other route. THE F. R. & N. IS THE Only Direct line to all Middle Florida points, as well aa Ijike DeKuniiik, Penaacola, Molnle, New Orleans, and all n.iiiU iu the NORTH & NORTH WEST. Double Daily trains in all directions with Pullman Kcclinins- Chair and Sleeping cars on all niirht trains. SUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS to all noted Summer resorts in the country, as well aa to Kemanilina aud the famous Amelia Reach, on sale June 1. for rates to any point, or for other infor mation, or for copy of I'limint Uulexeii country and township map of Florida, tbe best map of tbe State Publised, adilrews A. O. M Ai DON NELL, O. P. A, y-S4tm Jacksonville, Fla. FOR ORMOND, Dnytona, and Points on thi Eomt C?ostst. St. JOHNS AND HALIFAX iTho Wlilto.) TIMS TABLE No. I. ToTske Effect MONDAY", April L MO (DoUx, Except Sun.lar-1 SOUTH BOfTND. Lv Jacksonville via J,T.tLW, - 1".")0 p m ArPalaik.t ..... i.lSpm I t Paiatka via Ferry Armni-ar tjjii p m Ar'Kollesum ..... i.fS p ro L Koileston . . - . 30pm Lv Ormond ..... 5 HO p m Ar Daytoua ... - - 5J p m Makina; eonneet'ons with steamers and hscks for f reittht and passaa-e for all points on Halifax river. NORTH BOLnu. I.v Daytona .... . .n a ra Lv Ormond ..... KJ) s tr Ar Rollestoa . - . . . In ;i a m Lv Koileston via Ferry Aratsmear lojl a m Arl'aiaika ..... 11 no a in Lv Psiatka via JT K.W. Ky - ll.tita A J.rksooville .... IJSs p ra Msklnr c aw connections V x all pom's Nta and est. Special indueements to Immtcrants sad rz- jrsion oartls 1 krous h rats of f reis-ht siv en to all pot nta on tbs bast Coast, sua as low as oy any otnai lino. C. J. WHITE, E. 8. EPENCEtt. Prest U. P. JL, YOU can lire at home and make more money at work for us than at any thing else in this world. Capital nut needed. yMi are stanea Tree, se xea; an asea Anyone can do the work- Larye earmnin, sura from first start. Ctly outtit and terms free. Better not delay. l'4stts you nothms; to sutd ua your addrvaauvl SihI you; if you ant wise you will do ao at once. II. Htumt Cow, rorusuto. sum. awi-ea RAILROADS. Ill '4.-3 THE SUMMKK SCHEDI LK Will fo Into effect SUNDAY, MAY 8, 1887. When trains will run as follows: SOCTII IUH ND-MAIN LINE. Ctbas Mill. 1 huly. 1? p m 1-' p tu Mixrn Twain. 3 : p m 4 II p iu Lv Jacksonville., t Ot a in tiraiure Park . :K a m (liven Cove Sp OT a 111 Palatkailcm .OKI Hi a in iljtur'lst'lo 15 s iu Pomona. II (a iu Huntiiurtdm ..11 la a in fM-ville 11 40 a in SpriiiirGanrn 12 15 p in lieLainl Junc tl M pin DeLand 12 Ij pm I -4 p m 6 in n m 2 11 p ni S 311 p in I'pn 7 rl m 7 ;m p in 3 10 p in p lu H fi3 p ni 3 53 i m Id p iu 235pm S55pm " Ontnire City J 12 4rt p ra KiiterpriM' Jc.li V p ni Motina I 05 p tu Ar RntcrpriM SanforU 1 15 p in ( C p m ll'im 4 14 p in 0 47 p in 4 an p iu IU p iu 4 in 4 p lu 10 U7 p ra north ikji nd. Ct'BAS Mail Daily. I.v Sanford 1 L a m Enterprise MiHina KiiterpriM Je " Oranire City J 1 Hi a iu - DeLand noam N Vi a in h 4; a in 2 10 p ni 2 I I p ni 2 Si p 111 2 37 p 111 3 40 p ui 8 55 a ra 2 Ji p ni Ilelnd June. 2 SprliiK Gard'u. 2 Seville 3 liuntinirton ... 3 Pomona 3 PnlatkaitJiiristl (Ix-m'nstl4 nnvn Cove Sp 5 (irauiie Park Ar Jacksonville...fl a m a 111 a in a 111 a 01 a in a m a 111 a m s 12 a m u .11 a in Ki on a 111 In 3 a in In 4tis 111 II 17 a 111 11 13 a 111 12 2:1 p 111 12 5n p in 2 V p in :i 1:1 p ir 3 'i ji in 4 Ix p m 4 30 p III ft 10 p 111 5 IC p in A 24 p lu rt Jri p lu 138piu "JOpui Notk Culian Mail trains iilnllj l stop only at stutiotis lin!icntd. slid riiiisolul la'twcn Jsi-k-sonville aud Tsui a. lultnisn Itiifti't SltH'piiis cars are attached. No coiilicvllou to t.nlcr prise on Suinlavs. INDIAN RIVER DIVISION DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. G4IINti SOCTH. Leave Sanfonl .3 4.1 p 111 3 57 p III 4 30 p HI .4 55 p in 5 17 p in S XI p m " Monroe Enterprise . . tloleell Mima Arrive Titusville GOING NORTH. Leave Titusville 13 (KI p m Minis 12 3:1 p lu 1 Hiioen I 4H p 111 Enterprise 213pm Molina' 2 !IK 11 lu Arrive Santord .... 2 55 p in Sanford anil Lake Enstis Dirision. DAILY EXCEIT SUNDAY. GOING WEST. Unit Sanford. . . 00 a 111 . 25 a in 111 13 a iu . Ki ;3 a iu 10 4H a 111 k (O p in ft M p IU ft 57 p 111 S 13 p UI 8 37 p 111 I'ai.la Sorrento. Mt. iN.ra Arrive Tavarcs. , GOING EAST. Leave Tsvsn-s. . 7 no a m 7 l:i a 111 7 3N a ni H 05 a 111 H 35 a 111 12 to m 12 17 p in 13 37 p ill I 30 p m 3 00 p m " Jit, liora. Ixirrento. Paoln Arrive Sanford. t"" For further information, IhroiiKh con nections, clc, ace foliicrs, iirMiitcriiiid lurya time cnnls st Ntutions. M. It. MORAN. L. C. liKMI.Mi, G-nT. Sui.t. AG. P. A. 4:..i,'l I'ii-ki.t A ir St RAILWAY ! 'THE STANDARD SHORT L1NL" TIME TABLE No. 6. Taking Effect Sunday, May 8, 1887. Standard Time (OlMh) Meridian. DAILY EXCEIT SCNDA VS. WEST, ft K A ll laiwl. EAST. Ii it a ii rp. No. 2. No. 4 Ar. Ar. P. M. 1'. M. ..12 45 A 30 ..13 43 8 38 .. .12 !.. 21 ...12 35. 41 10 ..12 IM..S 1(1 .12 14. . A M ...12 IM. ft 54 ...12 IK. ft 40 ..13 00. . ft 45 ...II 55. ft 40 .. .11 52 .6 37 .11 4.5 . ft .10 STATIONS. No. 3 No. L Lv. Lv. P. M. A. M. 3 30. .8 ( St. Aiiiniatine .... 3 32.. (12. ...'New ft, Auimatim 3 30. Mm SLA.A P. Jun, 3 50.. H 31 riiiiilia 3 57.. H 27 'MiililU-lon 4 HI.. H 31 AmiMtnaiK 4 (..M :i lli.lle iliaiieli ... 4 II.. 3 45 Ouiia 4 15. .8 45 Merrincld 4 30. .8 fid Iliiena i(il ... 4 SI a 53 I'HUiTH.Mnllie... 4 30. .S lil Ymj.1 1'nlalka .. V IhM'k. 11 ;i Mil ft 05.. 2,..Palatka Ar. Ar. JTskW DiM'k.ll 30 . A 15 Lv. Lv. PUN DA V TRAIN'S. WEST. No. 3. No. 1. Lv. Lv. P. M. A. M. 3 30 . 8 HI ... EAST. No. 2. No. 4. Ar. A r. A. M. P. M . St. AuiriisUne . lo 40. a 15 ..10 ita. A U .10 31. A l .10 30 .ft 55 .10 13 . ft 4S ..10 OM .ft 44 ..10 (14.. ft il 3 33.. 8 tti . 30 . 8 IM.. 3 50.. 8 2l.. 3 57 . 8 27.. 4 01. .8 31.. 4 (M. .8 :n . 4 II. .8 41.. 4 15 . 8 45 . 4 30 .8 50.. 4 23. .8 53.. .New St. AiuriiKtine. SL A. A P. .1 unci ion. -niiths Miililleton .... AmiHtnHis Holly lirauch "Ouiiu Merrtticld Iliiena Viata Patterson ville.. . . East Paint ka .. tt AW. .ft 34 .. W 55 . . S tit .. S 47 ft 30 A 35 ft 32 4 00 4 45. B 15. Ar. Ar. 9 40 ft 15 Pulatka. F. S. ll, Dock.. V !ii..ft W I.V. IuV ST. JOHNS RAILWAY "THE ANCIENT CITY ROUTE." DAILY. W EST. No. ft. Lv. P. M. ft 4 1 .. ft 47.... ft 5ft ... S 30. . . Ar. EAST. No. . Ar. P. M. . ..7 4.5 ...7 43 ... 7 : 7 00 I.V. St. Auirusline . . New St. Auj'iiatine. St. A. A P. Jum-tiiHi. Tocoi Flair Stations. W.J. JAR VIS, Gen. Suiit. LIQUOR DEALERS. P. CUNtJEELY. Merchant, AGENT FOH DUFFY'S MALT WHISKEY, WATER STREW - - PALATKA. S v "S CAUTIOU. 3:2 , ( Owwasr. W aof mfu our fyrVU 2. , VV I f"1 sanisnjus imitation, lubttuuf, I j I I J potaMA and mserury mixturm whir sw fa4- - i lr0 m? J ten ttp to B, not on Uir own mtrit, kui os) ) A VL On murU of pur rmtdp. Am imitation is frjt Vf . S. GT tday a fraud and a cKtmt, and IXty Mriss I i-f-i , . U 1 eanealfrrimtkaTttcktmUatea f " If A'VV. TnaamonBUmdmBiimDlmamtmaUet S. S.S. vs. POTASH. f Wars had blood pniana for ton ysars. I know I haws takea tm bnndiwd IxHoVs nt ladids at potash ia that tltns, bat NMMH If.md. ist subihmw toy fsea, swrk. awiy sad hatha want eovarad with nna, and I eoald sramly uas my arms on sonajiit ot rhsa wisImis ia my saoahtaa. I look S. 8.8 .and h. bssounc msmnrs food thsn sH othsr sssdl. Class I has taksta. . My fans, body ana nark sra perinctly daar and rlaan, and my rhsa. aisliasi Usatitvly rtmet. I wHirttsd 1 10 pounds whea I UoaB Ua swllrinr sail I aowwsigil 15Sfasads. Mr hottl. biinl ma pUr. and bi. as siattlu llks sUuus am. i I wowkl aut as wwiiuat a. a. S. lur srroral tOTM-a ii wri.i Is rokl. C, JL atlTClillX, W. fod bt. rwry, Nw Tork. RAILROADS. 1'LUKIUA mmU KA1LWAI. THE OIIANUE KELT H0UTE. IMly Time Tulle UFffrrt May 1, 1StT7. TRAINS GOING SofTII. Lv St. AiiiriHittne. .lsckaini illc ., " Paint ka " J T k W Je.. Intfrlachi-n... Ki-uka MrMn-Mn HawUioru aim-.Mllc. . . . - Il. iM-lle Ar (isiiKwvllle ... Lv Mit-attopy Iiaiible " Citra " Oi ala " WclMlli.ll , I k'klawalis So. Ijikc Weir. !4'biirs' 4 ikahiiiupka .. 1 inooiu J uiKV . " l'cmlaltoll . . . . Hraik.ville ar. " Dado City ItHillsild likclMiiil Ar liaiiow Lv Fort Men dc " Wai hula t Iihi lie Axip.. . " Arcailia Fort 4 iinteii, " l li-velilllil Ar Traltut ' Puma Gorda. . . sal am ihiiii 12 : p m l'imam 2 55 pm In 15 s iu 3(17 p la in Man 4 i p ui hi .55 a iu 4 art p in II II a m (lil put 11 St a ui ft lu p w in 55 a in . ..... 12 tti p iu ft no p m 12 .ti p m S 40 p iu ft 00 ft 56 P iu p Bl p UI Vsittp'ra S40 7 25 7ftft 1 33 p 111 2 14 p m 2 p ui 2 41 p in 3 ' p III 3 43 p m 4 .T p ra ft 10 p ni ft 511 p m ft .' p iu 10 p m 7 20 p m (iuo1 ar l-i-ave. il a ni 7 4.5 a m H 4.1 a m id ni 10 in a ni 11 in in 1 1 3s a m 13 noon TRAIN'S GOING NORTH. Lv Punta Gorda Tralmi... 4 'Ifvclanil Fort 4 iiiilen Arcudia I liaiiH- A pop Wsiichiiia Fort Meaile lliutow 7 15 a in likelaml. ... 7 55 a 111 III. Illioul.. .. H 42s III I M. I. 411V . . ll S III llnaikavllle. KMnlil ' I'ellllaTtoll.. 10 UI a III " I liitireltl J nil 10 0M a III " okaliiiuipka 10 50 a 111 IHwImrir.. . . II 25 a III " S Ijike Weir 12 l.i p 111 Mips t 53 p 111 H 30 p IU 4 13 pm 4 57 p ut ft 47 p lu 45 p iu 7 30 ar N'klawslia.. 13 17 p 111 " Welxlitoll 12 rm p ni " ( Icala (lira ' lahliie Micanopv. ., (iame ille., KiM'hclJc ... A v loilne. ille. I.v Hawthorne. - McMeekin.. Keiikn " Inlel hli hell " JTaK W Je. Ar I'slalkn 1 lupin 2 11 pni 2 ( W p ni 3 05 p in 8 20 p III 3 :l p in 3 50 p in 4 II p in 4 Mil p in A lo p 111 rai j iu ft 55 a m 6 8 a IU 7 13 am T 45 a ni S 85a m 6 45 a in 7 45 a in 'h :i5aili M 55 a m S 35 a in ilfta m VI 4i a in 10 5o a ra I 3 p in 13 45 p m Jiickaonvilli i p in St.AllKUHtllK 30 p 111 ST. JOHNS AND LA a K Fl SI IS DIVISION. I-sve 0 30 a m... A .tor Arrive T 10 p m Arrive H 50 a 111.. . Foit Mum in lx-ae ft 10 p m o pin 3 40 l ! 4 15 4 30.. .. 4 4ii... . 4 45 A or, " ft 15 A 25 " ft 40 Ar am tNwbiii'if Ar 10 45 lenient. . Lv 10 Si lll aniril llcud " 10 IO I.i.Ih.m " 0 (M (i 001.I laland M W40 ..Fort Maaoii .. " Lv 20 Flint is Ar 4 20 " SSO S30. Mt Homer.... I.v 4 10 ' S05 45 Tatara 4 (l li ltllll Ijoiel'alk. .. 3 0ft SMI CONNECTIONS. At Paiatka with Jacksonville, Tam and Key Wct Hallway, mid SI. Autfutiiie and Pa iHlaka Kiillwuy, and tiint river meameis from St. Auiriixtltie, (iiii'ii c oe Sirinirs, Jackson, villi Mini all Miiiita North, Fast and Wit.1. Mull trains make cliaa comiei't ion laith wai l v ia. J. T. A k. W. ll j ., at Jacksonville Willi Allillltic Coant Line, Flint Mall. At loiiuivt ille with I On mull Pullman sleep ers over tt annali Florlila and Western It'y for New orleaua, PeiiMHeola, havaunah, A lita ny, Mimttroiiicr) , loiiuiville St. Ixuila and all Minta West. At 1 Mala with Florida Railway and Navltia tion Co.. and S. S. O. a G. IC It. At Aalor with St Johns river steamers for Jacksonville, Sanford and way liimlluira. At 1iikIiiiiv with the St. Johns and Ijike F.iiKtia divlsiiiu of the Florida Southern Hall way, and boats on lake Harris, Kuslia and Grillin lor all (minis on Lakes. At i'anii'ii willi Plant SUKiiiahliw every Mun iliiv ami 'I liurailay fur key W iwl and llavsiia. At I jiki'liiii.l wlih Soiilh Florida Kallroa.l for i'anipa, kiMaiiiiinH OrlaiHlo and Sanloril. At I'iiiiIm (iorilM W illi Bleailier Alice lluwanl and Waikulomica lor I'unta Itusaa and Fort M vera. S. 4 '( A NT, J. A. LAKN'EHD. General Miinuirer. Suia-riuUniduiiL I ST. AUGUSTINE ROUTE. Jacksonville St. Auustine and Halifax River R. R. Su A liiruatlne li vision of Jarkaonvllla, Tam la ami Key West Hallway. The only AIR LINK Hail Route llet, Jack sonville ami St. Auustliia Pihed ule In Kffuet November 14, 1883 Train leave Jacksonville from Ferry Wharf, roof ot Newuali street. A.M. A.M. P.M. p.m. Daily Krpr. Dally, Mlted Lv, Jrckwnvllla ... 7l a. mi i.iu 4.IIO lO.iW 2 30 A.40 P. M P.M. Ar. : I. AiiKUBtine v.ao A. M. Dally. Erpr. MIxi-d.Dsily. Lv. St. Aus-ustini. A r . Jsc.ksi'iivil'e. . I2.i m I hi tin 1 2upm4 'JO ft SJ L. C. 1IKMINU, O. T A. HMO W. 1. I KAWKOhll. Superintendent STEAMB0AT8. PASSENGER DEPARTMENT, DeBary and. People's Line STEAMERS. On St. Johns River. SCIIKDULm STEAM F.R8 CITY r JACKSONVILLE AND JL II. PLANT, In KObct Mai' 11. 1SH7. SOl'TII. JACKSONVILLE NORTH. Lv 12 main S F si W It'y disk St IIUiiii On arrival of West liulla Fast Mall. 3 30 p m Dellary Wharf, root o laura nt, " T 00 l n. Tia-ol V (10 p ui Paiatka t 3) p in ld.lli.ilon " on p in Weiaka 12 Ml.lnVt GeoineUiwn.... 2 25 a in Volusia 2 30 a lu Aator 4 45 a in , .lx lii.l IjontliiB , u ao a ro 40 p m Id p m lft p m 10 p ni oo p m 15 pm 15 p m 45 p m 00 p m Arrive IA TV r Oltli. N ill i m S Fla K It .. 8 30 a iu City Wharf. M V 30 a in Kntorpi ua t " 1 Lv 1 D. H. ELLIOTT, Gen'l. Paas, AirL Deliary Lino. W. M. DAVIDSON. GenT. TralT. AtrL, People's Una. VVORKINH PI w. rs now pis. rs red tm furnish all els ,wo.-ATTENTION einploiment at lie me. w nine ot t hu time, or tor ineir spars rooineiiia. liu.ineas new, I la lit s nil ' rutl'sota. Parsonso either sex easily earn from AO oenta to ftftJS per eveninir, and a prniMirtional sum by unvoting- all l heir tune to the buaiuaas. Ilnys ami s-trlsearn nearly aa much aa men. That all who see this may send their a duress, and test the business, s.inake I bis offer, 'l o such as ate not well sat lulled will send on dollar to pay for tbe trouble of writing. Full par. lli-ulars and outfit free, AdOross GbOhos hriaaos A Co.. PortUuid, Mains. dts7-Sui f- swFUstaloaTws few