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THE DAILY NEWS-P ATiA TKA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 3, 1897.
; TWO DAYS. Twfa aistcra they, children of Father Time. And yet no more alike than proae and rhyme. The lint a p. tWm blonde of annny (ace. Long- golden haired, mild tempered and blue eyed. A languid beauty of voluptuous grace In ear of rosea paiawd, the whole rears pride. The next a dark brunette, black haired aa night. Fierce eyed, who, sounding forth a tempest dinre And hurl ins forked bolts death tipped and bright In storm car thundered by, the year's worst scourge. Thus nljrht succeeds the day, grief follows Joy; Each life, though wrought of (fold, hath ita alloy. W. UeWitt Wallace in The Current. Carllmldl's llerenteasi Strength. After Gordon Garibaldi was my mout famous acquaintance. What impressed me most abont him -waa the immense tri ceps, or shoulder muscles, be had. They were just like two half cocoanuta sticking tip underneath his white Mexican mantle. From Heenan and Morrissey to Mace Iriayen had a remarkably small arm) I never saw anything like it. It would have nwulo two of theirs. And the saber he used! Two of the Life guards' blades forged into one would have just made it. Many a time have I seen that awful saber weeping riftht, left, right, left, like clock work, aa he mowed down the enemy like frrat;s, seated on hi old white charger, leaving "a lane" (that ia the only wordi for us who followed him closely. "Avantil Avanti!" rant? from his lips all the while, and his traniiet voice rose high above the loudest artillery fire. His strength was simply herculean, and was only surpassed by Gen. Dunne. As an instance of Garibaldi's enormous strength, I remember late one night leav ing the Cafe di Ktiropa, in Naples, with some brother officers and seeing the gen eral passing on foot, with only one at tendant. We followed him as he was go ing toward an unliglifed and dangerous part of the city, which swr.rmed with Bor boni ex-soldier, sliirri, lazzaroni in the pay of Francis II. He was going to visit one of his dying soldiers, a boy of seven teen. We had not long to wait. Like lightning two men sprang at him, right and left, simultaneously, knife in hand. Krn thrir blades, raised to strike, could fall, GtiriliuUIi had cacii one by the throat, raised high in air to tuo full extent of his arms. lie then knocked them together two or threo times and let them drop on the stones. Von may guess that our swords were out. Uut no! The great hero said: "Leave them alone; the poor finds have hud their lesson." Pull Mall Gazette. A Stmly of "Star ltonte. All the rontc-a wherein the mails are not carried by cither railroads or steamboats are known as star routes, tecause they are marked in the oilicinl records with a star. A study of st;ir routes could be made with prollt. There is a star route in Idaho wherein a dog is made to serve as a mail carrier. A portion of the route over the mountain. is impassable in win ter, r.nd the contractor's St. Ilcrnnrd dog has been trained to make the trip at such times. The distance is a little more than ten miles, and it has to bo traversed once every second day, and doggy is always on time. Isrsvn in Texas there is a star route ninety-tive miles long across the plains, on which there is daily service, although but two small settlements are served. The route extends from I'oisedio to Ala meto and Fort Davis. Another star route across the plains in Texas over which daily service is made is tlte route from Tayali to Suragora and Fort Stockton, distance seventy-five miles. The purpose of these two routes is to get the mails daily to the forts, and the service costs many thousands of dollars more than the revenues amount to, they being insigniiicant. It is such expensive but necessary routes as these that draw on the great excesses of revenues above expenditure of the large offices of the country. Cincinnati Times-Star. Medleina as a Keal Science. Since medicine became a real science, the tendency has been more to dispense, as far ns possible, with indiscriminate dotting. The first manifestation of this was the homeopathic system. Now the best doctors give very little medicine, and there is a disposition to dispense with it cltogether. The modern tendency is clearly in the direction of curing diseases, particularly those of nervous character, wholly without drugging, and hence we have the faith treatment and similar vagaries. These may be false and ahsurb, bnt they illustrate tiie growing conclusion that nature can, almost in the majority of cases, lie left safely to herself. With good nursing mid some obvious and simple aids she will do what is necessary of her own free will. It is found that the majority of jicople who die at an advanced age were in the hubit of taking very little medicine. The possibilities of magnetism, etc., are yet to !c seen. We are probably just on the threshold. Half a century may show wonders indeed. Ilaltimore News. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold at public auction on 4th day of July, 1887, at Orescent City, in the County of Putnam, or so much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amounts due for taxes herein set opposite to the same, to gether with costs of sale and advertising: Ambler, T. grove lot 15 $ S llradilia-k, W. 4, lot S. Mock 12. e and w 2T.xn and 7". IIM liraddock. T. II.. lot H bik 1:1 e siul W.Oxn ami s 100 feet MoothcuHt quarter lot 3 tilk 12 aotithweat corner lot 2 e and w 3Txn and s 7i ft M 40 ilenhnm, II. & Son, lot I llk Is. ni,lotSMk IS irroie lot lctJ 4 irrove lot 113 bl.uk HO Mock 2. tiloekM rs Rnheeok, J., Mka 53 nnd tm 2( 411 lleckman, John, lot a Mk 4rt irrove lot In 4 80 Hooker. John, part lot I blk 41 1 W linMwht, A. S., grove lot 1:1 2 llenhuin, Mrs. M.. lot 4 blk 12 ! 40 i 'mi) ens Caroline, part lot I blk 41 1 40 riutiulierlin, O. Mk -til 22 4i I'hamiierliii, C. U, hlk 5 Holiliins. nnrt trrove le-t 15ft t W) Ihtvis, Mrs. J. W., west W irrove lot 117 lot S llk 12 n Slid ose and w 75 ft , . . 5 20 TeCatro, A. prove lot 42. . . ' ItoiiKhwsT. H.. V lot 1 Mk 1:1 14 Freish, J. L, irrove lots 4:1 and 4.1 ., 22 ;reen, lot 3 Mk 4rt 2 o liurdner. O. W.. onrt Mk 52 2 1" 4iri!iilcy, TiihithM. MMith S lot 3 Mk Is 1 tiriiliuir, t,'. K., lots 2 iin.i 3 llk 4 ' lotSlilk 3" lot 4 Mk IS ' Mork:7 : hl.s-k 40 3 : blts-k J' Mock 4Mi 4 W irrove lots IS, 20, 21 1 SO irrove lot 7 4" srove 1 its n and 7 irrove lot!: i OrifEnir, Mm, J. R., irrove lot 19 irrovv lots mi, I7J, 174 8 40 Huntinirton, Mrs. K.. blk 10 lot 2 blk 21 irrove lots 5, J7. T4, '!i 2! ) Hart. II. L. lots 2 and Mk 4 irrove lots kfi, kH, 14s, 123 Johnwm, CTias., lot 2 Mk :ts Johnson, kiluh, iart lot 3 blk 41 3 Johnson. Marcus, part lot I Mk 41 I 40 Kaurnutn. T. lots land 4 Mk 40 40 !, James, lot 2 Mk 42 1 " l.iltl. tlel.l. U. Tlots I and 4 blk " 4n Maekey. lieorire, part lot2Mk 41 I Meyer. Mary K.. part Mk 24 2 40 Newsom. E. 1U, north U lot 1 blk 38 1 4 Votter, M. M.. Mk31, M 17 4l Pien-e. J. K., part lot 1 Mk 13 4 to Preston. Mrs. V. H., irrove lot 32 20 40 Kaulerson, 8. M. No. Hal feet Mk 24 lot I Mk Is 4 4i Rutherford, Mrs. M t..part lots 3 and 4 Mk am feet I'ark e south from lleuhara by 225 f t deep eaut and west 3 90 Rohirwon, E. S., lot 3 ll k 3 4 40 rifieiiccr, W. V., pnrt hlk 52 Sl SiraiMon, William, part Mk 13eandix n and s MO. n w corner 3 40 Spr&irue, o. J.'. ht SNkllf nnd w STx n and 75. west of Krwhlock north 14 hlk 22 lot 1 and 4 H srrwe lot 1!" 7 10 40 w estcott, Wm., irrove lot m I 3 Whituey, J. W.. lot 3 hlk 3 . . . 1 Si) Ward, H., lot 1 Mk 3H ..; north l s-rove lot 113 . . I White. P part lot 1 hlk 41 I 20 White. O part lot 2 Mk 41 110 Westcott. Mm. Maria, part lot 1 bik 41 . ... . .. -V .'.'.'.."..'.."...."..."... ." .'..".... 9 40 Willi. L. K. Mk HI (: Wilsi.n. Jerry, lots Mk 44 I 70 Willw A tiardner. srove lot m . . 40 Zarenyenaka, Maria, grove lot!W. .""""". 1 40 VNKXOWJJ GROVE LOTS. , JN1,'',1ll1-,1l' K4. t. V10. KB. lk 14L ttl. 144, U 147. ;14S. XX, V. lbl. Hvt, lHa, lu., 1SK, 170, 1712J 45 cents per lot B 45 r! o. burton. Collector of Revenue for Town of Crescent City. Selling Paupers aa Chattala. The other day the overseers of the poor In Red Bank township sold off their paupers. This ia a public sale for toe keeping of a pauper, and toe lowest bitkler gets the pauper. The unfortunate people are placed on exhi bition after the manner of tba old slave market, and the greedy bidder looks them over, examines the muscles, health, strength, and Azures on the probable appetite ai possible ability to work. Think of it, sold at public outcry, the keeping of a human being for $1-25 a week and his labor thrown in; it's revolting. How well or how badly tbey are kept report aayeth not, but the manner of providing for their keeping shows lack of Christian chanty. Kittaiuung Cor. Pitts burg Commercial. Ad vie tm Amerirma Bachelors. The handsomest man connected with the American press is a woman. Mrs. Frank Les lie. Bbe is soon going to Europe, and ought to come back with a male attachment in the shape of a husband. If she does, every able- bodied American bachelor ought to bide his bead in shame. This elegant little woman has turned the cold ahoultler to a number of titled foreigners and has given her own coun trymen . plenty of chance to show whether they could win her on tlieir own merits, bnt none seem to have had the winning qualities. The Times would awfully hate to see some "hlarsted furriner" carry off so desirable a matrimonial prize. Buffalo Times. Iuellng la Ilnngary. Fifteen oflicers of the garrison of Gran in Hungary were recently obliged to fight duels with as many civilians of the town in the course of one week. Two of them were killed, end moKt of the otlier fellows were badly wounded. This very large and high toned row was all about one lady. Women's rights are eviiirntly flourishing in Hungary. HOTELS. THE CARLETON, Talatka. Florida. ANDItEW SHELLEY, PROPRIETOR. Kates, $2.50 to $3 Per Day Windsor Hotel, WINTER RESORT, JACKSON VI LIK IXOKID.. One nt the il.mt Vmnfitrtahle aud Home-Like lhAtbt in the Unitetl States. 1"he Wimhtor was enlnnred lat season and has accommodations for four hundred guests. For IheSenmm o 1HM7-X8 the WlXr&oli trill open enrln in iJetemlier, anil from the time tif tnienino untU t'rtt rvary 1ft, trill make Svtcial t-oir Kates em an iiuluce ment f TmirMn to cine to Florida early in the Seamm. Its location, facing east on the City Park, south on Monroe street and north oil luvul street, is the finest in Jacksonville. Rooms with twth, parlor suites, elevator, steam heat, gas, etc Muaie afternoon and evening. EQUINOX HOUSE SUMMER RESORT. MANCHESTER VERMONT. 0Do(rs not taken. F. II. OH VIS. au2tMui A. J. BEACH & SON. fJurserymefJ PALATKA . LL FRUITS GROWN SUITED TO THIS climate. arCataioiUO free LEGAL. An Ordinance For the appointment of a Health Officer. and Kpecifying his IXrirer and Lrutie and jtroeiitiug fur the nerriee of notice on jientons ruMating-tlie Health Ordi nance of the City: TOE IT OKDAIVEO RT THE CITV COfX 1 ril of the Pity of Palatka. Florida, That each and even- year the t'uy Council shall elect a Health Ofncvr. who shall be a resilient physician of pood standinir. That it shall lie tne aui.r 01 im tieaitn t imoer so eieitea to re txirt to the Mayor any violation of the health ordinances, and to attend to the sanitary con dition and inspection 01 tne city. I hal said oltlcer may apMint not more than two ."Uni tary lnHfvctrs wIh fhail tie umler his imme diate eamtroi and autnority, and who may tie removed by him whenever he may see tit to do so. That said Health Omcer and aiCInPec tors shall have full riirht anil authority to en ter Uxn ami examine any part of the preraiws of any citizen or reHiilent. That said Health Ofricer himself or by hw liMpectorn. hall have authority to orler the removal of any and all nuLxunces which in his judgment are iletri men tal to health, and upon failure of removal af ter due notice o to do, the said officer shall immediately report such failure to the Mayor. who shall (iw the arrent of the ottender and ImiMife iHh tine a is rovitkl by or dinance. 1 hat the Henltb officer shall make a monthly report to the Council of the mili tary eonilition of the city. That the Health Officer nhall receive one hundred ami fifty dol lars ier year a salary., ana tnat u t liwimr nr Miiaii receive one ani -l'i doiiars per day for each lay of actual service. tie it runner nrnmnnl. That in all raxes wnere notice or notices are to lie serveil un anynnrtyor p'pmn under this Oniinniu-e.it shall lc m-rvetl by the Health officer or one of his ItiMiwctor. lie it further onlained. That all Onlinaro-es or i-artx 01 onimaiH-es conniclinir wiih this orunuince, oc auo ine same are Hereby re pealed. Painw-d by Council May 25, 17. 1. A. mvi. Chairman of Council. Attest: Ciwik Cari.tiis, Icrkof Council. Approved May 31. 1C. II t.N H Y It. T EAST! A I.F, Mayor City of I'alatka. -:i-5t K (uardiairs Notice. T IIF.KEBT C5IVE NOTICE THAT I IV 1 -nd to aply to the Jmlire of the ruth JiKlu-ial Circuit of Flomiu. on the eurhthday of June. A. 1, 17. at hi Chani Mts. in flainesviile. Alachua County, for uinoniy iiis-ii ine inn-rrsi 01 imisy r f ark hurst, a minor, in real estate, sitiute in I'ul- namt ounty, known as water lot two of I'a latka. and also certain other parcel conlemneil to Mule by decree of I nited Stutes Circuit Court for Northern Uistrict of Hon. hi. lo-cemlM-r24, Is7!. in tlie case of John t. Al.l.tt vs. C. 1. tievereaux, executor of . Parkhiirsf, et at. ElXJAKr. PA KKH L'lOT, "uy" JT- niviU'.H-1 - tiuunlian Notice of Incorporation. rjHE rXDERSIC.XED Hr.KERY GIVE NIV 1. Ill t. in piirsuam-e of the statutes of the State of Florida, in such case made and pro vided, of the formation ot a corsration un der the ptovisioiis f Chapter 1K7. iMwn of I lorida, to construct, maintain and operate a runroaii. nmni. nrinr at the city of Palatka. in the county ot Putnam. Mate of Florida, niiuuiiK in a wesieriy or northwesterly direc tion thriMiirh the counties of Putnam, Clav, Alachua. Lafavette. TavU r JitT,rsin- I ill and liadsalen, with branches into the counties 01 liraiiioni. awanee, I olumbia. Madison, Ijevy and Wakulla: said comimny to Is- known as the I'alatka aud Northwestern Itailway Commny. If. U HART. Pnlatka. K. N. MCKItA V.CIiicairo. J. C. VKKTUK KS, I'alatka. W. J. WKISM, I'alatka. f. J. KKNNKKLr, Palntka. SI'MN KK C. CHAN I 'I.Kit, Palatkn. WILLIAM J. WINKIiAK. I'alatka. S. F. HAMMOND, Palatka. MAKl'l S l,oK!, I'alatka. H. PAYNK. Palatka. KIWAHll LEWIS, Tallahassee. Palatka March li 1n7. nib2t-3ra Notice. -V-O ONE HAS ANY AUTHORITY TO x ' contract any ilei.ts airamsi the Steamer i EOKliKA except K. J. Adams, Avent. liKM II MILLER, Palatka, Fliu, Nov. 5. im. owners. nov-4tiwtf33 EDUCATIONAL. PALATKA College of Music. ALT- MTSICAL ItKANCHES TAUGHT. Thor.uirh lntmrliiin in Vocal and In strumental Music. Voice HuildiDa-. Italian Sinirinir. 3rTerms in Advaoui. i5.uo per month. MISS AL.ICK DAMKUO., Teacher of Instrumental MISS KATE I j. DICKKltMAX, Vocal Teacher fImon street, opposite Express end Tcleifrauh Olflees. fei:t-tf JEWELERS. THE OLD KELIAULE Jewelry House! HAS MOVED ON LEIUI STREET, DPPOSm: FUTJAI HOUSE, Where my friends and customers will Und ever thins-' milW k SILVER PLATE WARE 3STO FANCY IIJlC"Krt! R. J. RILES. 'A full line of Periinlicals and Staticn- er' always on hand. tomcokk! rilMAU'. Watcnes, CIocks, Silverware, Spectacles, Gold Pens, Pencils, Pocket KniYes, -Stationery, Newspapers. FINE WALKING CANE5. from Hi Ms. upward. Ah Reoairina Guaranteed. No. IT Itean Block. SHOES. IV. L. DOUGLAS TB leadinc tW. Shoa m In world. Mlo( It". ! material, perfect til nd j' tuoerior to ftbues luoally sola Plr wursated. Con- rres.BaUoi AU styles of T rrni dvnsnd for this sho Bs hen asnS SlfSSff'J"'?. ""sbHlty ; tn pari Kiuuiuilimaa b no question u osreuum at p7ivrfnrSL' 'rl 453 hMTMetioa and mmnrMoc Vfor parr h in S8HOE FOB BO S. tbm . Csrerally sad rauuamlsilr ma.lr. iiilu ud ssaalll as a sebool m. Ir ui otM hove tuMIlM had at roar aralrrVsrnd adOraas a postal t W. U Uaaslas, Brocktoa. MaaiT 1 JJ: 1 w y A. ' kBEST TAMNgisr--- 7 itsLi& 1 FLOUR. GRAIN. ETC Gardner, Eaton &Go.f WHOLESALE DEALERS V Flour, Grain, Hay, LIME. PLASTER. HAIR, CEMENT, BRICK, FERTILIZERS, AND- Bangor Orange Boxes. KOOPS AND HEADS, PALATKA FLA. MISCELLANEOUS JAMESBURT CITY LOTS. AND LOTS ON PALATKA HEIGHTS. Many fine locations. Buitalile for pri vate dwellings, are ortVretl for sale on very rea.sonalile inces. t2T011ir-e on Water street, opposite the (lorida Southern Railroad Iiriek Block. nihS-tf NEW GOODS. L. II. & V. 11. MOIIltILL H AVE JFST KECT.IVED A IVKGE AND Couilcte f Us k of STKA W HATS. LIGHT STIFF HATS, GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, PANTS ANDJLDE SUITS. l"""" Orders roceived for Custom and Ito-ady-tnade Suits, r'ull line Earl Wilsoii Linen Col lars and Cuffs. BRICK ! Georgia Brick. . ... r.n. ... ,...Mn.,.r (.'.id wni up other iHdnts in Kloiida for LI.Mi than any other timM uttw ueoriria isrk-a. We have advanUiKe la freight. Write us. Flint River Brick Yard, Albany, Ga. ap8-3md&w PALATKA HARNESS SHOP ! THE OXLX EXCI.I'SIVELT HARN'ESS HlrSIXrS IN THE CITV. Manufac turer and IK-aler in Ilarmfw, haddlea, Uridlea, Collars, Whiiw, Spura, Axle GreaHe, ic. Hand-Made ilanicw constantly on baud and to onler. lur Machine-Made Hameas ia of (rood ma torial and worknianahip; not "made for the Southern trale." HarncHM oil. f 1. ner irallon (in bulk). lt)-aii-inir neatly done. Orders lv mail promptly attended to. R. C. SANDERSON, LEMON ST, OPPOSITE PUTNAM HOUSE PALATKA. FLORIDA. anUtm PROFESSIONAL CARDS. r. 1 jiweph, r. r City and .'o. Surveyor. I WM. M. nfSHOIt, c. Architect. Josonh & Hussoil, CIVIL ENGINEERS, Surveyors and Artiiitects. PLAN'S AND SPECinCATIONS FOR ALL kilHlM of Klliidinirs, Complete Set of t.i.v ernnii'nf Kk'ld Note 4if Hh; County Main, Town Platted and ltnd Linea definitely e- SillMhil. tf All Work Guaranteed. Koom 3 and 4, Moratme Ulock. Palatka. Ha. JlW. K. BAI.IIWI.t. CAPBF.I.LC.(1KIIHA!. ISaMwIn & Cochran, CIULL IJUILmXG FHONT STREET. . R. McKean, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND Notary Public State of Florida. Fmt Street. Opposite Putnam Hotioe. PALATKA. FLOKIbA. David B. LewU. Civil Engineer. rAILROAT)S. WATER SrPPLT. LAND V I irainatre and Seweraire. ffieeial attention iriven to Hanitary im provemcota. r. t. aiiorew fee v 1110 r ia. oestmiucw BKSJ. PIT SAM CALHOCH. ROBT. W. DiT iKnxo cit.ua. Calhoun, Davis & Gillis. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, PALATKA. FLORIDA. Will practice in State and Federa I Courts. Wm. Thompson, AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Comntiftftioiirr of Deeds for New York. CST" Sneeial attention airen to Cnnveranc- inir, Buvinir and Selling- Lands and Examina tion 01 iiuea. LIVERY. LIVERY. FOB A FIRST-CLASS Horse and Buggy, Saddle Horses, Or anything; in that line, mo the 8TARLE3 of J0UX RAMSAUIt, Front Street, Palatka, Fla. tVPricca moderate. Only atablea in the city. PATENTS SECURED OX REASONABLE Trnaa Work reliable: Daners rarefuily and leirally drawn. Write for iarrieulara. N. L. Oiujuu. Patnit Attornerand Mechaa ical Eairineer, St. Cloud Building;. Washing-toe. IXC dc-U FOR SALL. FOR SALE $6,000. About the center of Xorwaik a ten-acre Grove of C50 cvcn-year-old treea, of which between two and three hundred are bearing-. The crop this year is estimated at not less than five hundred boxes. There is also a peach orchard of one hundred trees. For further particulars, apply to 8. F. SWAIN. Je3-Ut . Ri ertiiile. Marion Co Fla. 1 HE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPER TY belonging: to the WELPHTON MILLING COMPANV. now located at Palatka, will be sold by private sale aa a whole, or In such part as arrone mar desire : 1 9G Horse Power Engine, New. 1 Double 50-Horse Power. Engine with Pulley. 2 Boilers, G5 and 50-Horso Power. 1 Drake Shingle Machine. 1 Crangle & Eliot Lath Machine. 1 Stearns' 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 CO. Shafting, Mitre Gear, Pullies, Roll ers, Belting, Iron Stacks, Large Log Chain, Tools and Fittings. AH the altove Machinery and Fixtures com prise a first-class Mill, with a capacity of 30 M per day. The whole, or any portion remaining; unsold on the FIRST MONDAY IN JUNE, ISff, will be sold in the City of Palatka at public auction. W. J. WEBB, ap3i-lmo UECF.IVEK, GENERAL MERCHANDISE. We have moved our ptock of Gooili into the storehouse la-longing to Mr. C. P. Devereux, anil lately occupied by Capt. E. Anderson. Having a larger house and more room, our Stock will lie increased to meet the demands of our rapidly growing busi-n-B. In connection with the house there ia a large lot with titahlcs, which will b used as A WAGON YARD for the accommodation of people coming in from the country, and those coming from a distance to make purchases will be furnished also with sloecping accom modations. Goods sold at profits corresponding with the times. Sjiecial attention given to the Whole sale Trade. Orders solicited and satis faction guaranteed. M. D. STEEL. my l:i-d&wlm WINES LIQUORS ETC. A. N. EDWARDS & CO. DEALEKS IN Fine Wines, Liquors and Beers, Imported and Douiestie Cigars. BILLIARD PARLOUS THE I1AR IS PROVIDED WITH ALL TIIE Imtt at-ccAMirk-a, and is presided over by an accomplished Mixolotrist. The ikatronnire o( the public ia rraiicctf uily solicited. tT Good order preserved at ail timva. Water Street. Hart Block, ralatka. mii-'-tf ICE. PALATKA ICE FACTORY WILL NOW DELIVER ICE IX ANY PART OF THE CITY. ORDERS FROFA DISTANCE Will receive prompt attention. LOUIS CTCANOVA, r. O. BOX 418. ORANGE GROVES. In the Flourishing Town ot FEDERAL POINT, FLA. Which has the beet soil and the be transportation facilities of any part of Eaet Florida, I have the following de scribed property for sale, to which I in vite individual inspection before Iur chaaing: One improved place of 6 acres, set with 640 orange trees, in bearing, com prising 250 Mandarins, besides Japan Persimmons, Peach and Plum Trees, a finely finished CbttaK of 6 Booms, with LViven Well and Rain-water Cis tern. Income this year $750. Price $5,500. Also, one place of 20 acres, with nice Cottage and Young Orange Grove of 500 trees jnt coming into bearing. Price 3,000, lias driven well of unfailing wa ter. Auto one place 5 acres, 2 acres cleared and set out in Orange Trees, Price fllOO. One place of 10 acres, 5 acres cleared and set out in trees, nice cottage of three rooma, fronts on three streets, all under fence. Price 2,100. Besides, one lot at Bridgeport. Fla. of 60 acres. of which have been cleared, with a fine river front. Also, unimproved land within the cor porate limits of Federal Point. Fla., and other lands ia St. Johns County-, which is unsurpassed in fertility of soC. Call and see or address J. V. TENNEY, fel-lv Federal Pout. Fbr. T li-Owrs INTEBLACHEN RAILROADS. Savannai, Floriia ail Western R.A.I LWAV. WA YCROSS SHORT LINE TIME CARD IN EFFECT MAY 15, 1887. All train of this natd are run by Central Standard Time. Paaaenirer Trains wtil leave and arrive, naiLT, aa follow: WEST INDIA FAST MAIL. Arrive Jackmville. . Imrr Jackaon vllle. . Arrive Waycri Jrwup " Savannah " Charktn. . . , RK'hmotHl . . . . Wifhinirliin.. llalrimiirv rtula l.-lfliia .. LHIIMOOII iii a m .. Six am .. cta m .. Spm . . inipm . . IMin . . 11 ta m . Ilp . . HUpm .N cw lork. 5 mi p m Pullman Buffet car to and from New York and laini. via Jackminvilie ami Sanford. NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. Arrive Jackaonville TSSpm Leave Jacknon vilie a m Arrive Waycnaw H a m Thuniafville 1 I' m Itiiinlindire a;Vpm 'hattahon-hfe 4Hpm I'enxaeols via I. N KK 10 10 p m " Molnle via LAN K K 15 a m New Orleans via L a: N KK . . 7 10am Pullman HiitTct ran t an.1 from WayctxM and New Orlt-aila, via Pciwacola and Mobile. ATLANTIC COAST LIN E EXPKESS. Ix-ave Jackaon ville I (15 p m Leave t uliahan i 47 i m Arrive Wacna 4 40iin Satannali f p ni 'tiurltn ISSam M ilmiiiirtoii a 91 am Weld) mi 2l.r. m Id, hniond lini S aidimirton. Ilintu New Y.,rk S'lOaiu I'lillniMii lliitt. t Skx piiiir car from Jockaon villc to New York EAST FLOKIUA EX Pit ESS. Arriv-Jai-kMinville 9 4A a tn .cave Jiii kii ule. . . ilftlilil " Wajinam ;jipiu Ciuhn-hv ilie 3 4.1 p tu " Uiki- ity ilfipni l.iehik SVipm Tliotiittuville lo.Viptu Arrive Allmny 1 Si a in Moiitiriimerv via Ci-titrul KK.. I 'M a ru M..t il.- via i.X KK S lop 111 " i-w urii-aiui via 1. At N Kit. . . 7 :m p m Nuh ville via 1. N KK 7Apm - UiuiKVille via I. ti S KK : 3 12am " I'im-iiiiiHti via LtNIlK ;l a ni St. Imiw via L 4 N KK 7 411am Pullman liiittet can to and from Jackiuiif ville and St. iiiiin, viaThouuiKVille, Montiroin- ery and Narhvilic. JACKSONVILLE EXl'ltESS. Arrive Jacksonville 0 1 am l-ave Jm km llU- &U5piu l-ave Hlluhmi li H p til Arrive WaycniMa. ( 10 p in J-miii tt lo p m - Mix-. .ii via K T V & i KK li 4,'. a m Atlanta K T V a 41 KK Tl'iani CliiittMiHKiira E T V tc ti KK . 1 25 p in Pullmun llulti-t cam and aiwuircr c iwu Iwn to and lniii Jacknout illc aud t'liattuiKNiira. SAVANNAH EXPKIXS. A rri ve Jm-kaonville . .1) a m Arrive tiaineaville lo:iam Leave Jiii-kxoiiville W ill p lu " tiuimnville 3 45pm " Ijiket ity 3 25 p m " I.iveonk Vpm Arrive WmcriMii II 4i p in Annuity via II and W KK 5 m am Minim via i 'cntnil KK VlOaiu " Atlanta tia Central KK loftpiu " Cliuttiuiooira, W and A Kit.... 7 05pm Siivaimab S lo a in iiarioton II 40 a lu ' Pullman HunVt ran ami paaM-mrcr coaclica Jak!Mn illc to tliattaiKMitru. Pullimin SliH-piiiir earn to and from Jackson ville, tiiiiiunx illc and Savaniiuh. Throuirh ticket wild to all iMiinta by mil and pt.-aiiiHliip eoniiectiiHM, and iHiiriraire clieckeil tlimuirli; alwo ulcepimc car hirtlis and wctimia iM-ciircil Ht Cotnfiatiy'tt othc, ill AHtor'liiiililinir, 2 Itiiy Mrct, antl Ht pHMM-nircr KiMtion, and on iHWnl l'tiplc'H LIih HttimcrM. II. II. Plunt and I 'hrittahoiM-hie. anl lfc-ilary liaya Line stc-aiu-cr. City of JuckMiuvillc. WM. P. HARDEE. General PittuN-uircr AkciiU K.C.. FLEMING. Siii inti'iiilint. THE- F. R. & N. IS THE SHORTEST, QUICKEST, and most DIRECT ROUTE To nearly all Prominent SOUTH FLORIDA POINTS! and ia nearly 40 Miles SHORTER JACKSONVILLE to TAMPA Than anv other route. THE F. R. & N. IS THE Only Tiroct line to all Middle Florida -xilnta, its well aa I jike I M-Kiiiiiak. Ht-nHtfolit. .olile. New Orlt-aiiH, and all imiuta in tbe NORTH & NORTH WEST. Ioulle Unily train in nil ilin-ctioni with Pullman K--liiiiiiir Cliuir and SUt-pitiK cam on all iiiir'it truiiM. SUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS to all noted Summer rrin rt in the country, aa well an to Kenuuidiiia and the fanioua Atucliu Ifotu-h. on aule June 1. Kr rutin to any int. or for other Infor miitifiti. or for copy if i-U-irant Iiid-xc4ifiuntry and township map of Florida, the lavt map of the State PiililiM-d, addn-M, A. O. MAtlXiNNELI.C. P. A, y-Z-Zm Jackaonv illc. Ha. FOR ORMOND, lluytonii, and. l'olnla on tlts "liat Coaat." St. JOHNS AND HALIFAX iTbe White.) ItAILKOAD. TIME TABLE No. 1. To Take Effect MONDAY", April L 117 (Dally. Except Sunday-) POCTH HOC NO. Lt J jcknonruie Tia JT.tK, W. . 1".,10 p m Ar Palatk-i ..... il.1 p n I t I'alatka ia Ferry Armimar . iJUpm Ar Koliestoa ..... tj-i p m Lt Koi lemon . . . . 3U0pm Ltr Urmnnd ..... i IA p m Ar I y una ..... .JU p m Maainy connections with steamer and back for f reiirbt and twaaajro for ail points on Halifax river. NORTH BOkiu. Lt Ttaytcna .... . a m Lt irraond .... . Mil) a n Ar Rollcaton . . . . lOHusm Lt Koiie.ton via Ferry Araemear - VJis m m Ar Palatka ..... 1 1 .( a m Lt PiatkaTla J T K. W. Rf - lUTiam Ar JarkonTiil .... Ijm p ra Maklna- e oaa eonaectioas fr all poio Nortn and hit. Special Inducement to immhrrants aadex. t j noon pyrtis 1 hrouirb rataa of f retjrht s-ivsa to all points n ta Laat Oaiat, and aa low aa by say otbw line. U.J.WHITE. E. S.BPKVCER. u. r. a. YOU lire at borne and make mora moner at work for ua than at an v. thins-elae in this world. Capital not netxled, you are started frets. Both aexea; all ayes. Anyone can do the work. 1-arre earning aure from Hrst start. Costly outnt and teraos free. Metier not V-lay. i 'mtm yMi mrthioy u amd ua your a.ldreaa and Bud you; If you ars wiaeyou will do ao at unco. H. Ilaixcrr a (Mk, Portland, Mama. deT-Sta RAILROADS. TIIE SI MMKH SCHEDULE Will r into effoct SUNDAY, MAY 8, 1887. When trains will run aa follows: SOITII IHICXD-MAIX LIXE. CtBAS M All. I iMllV. Mum) TaAi. Lt Jackaon ville. . a m a m tiranire park., a :C a m tirei-u Coe sp if. a ni Iahttkailcni.till Ilia in (liur'lM)Ki l'ia m Pnm.tiiM II OA a in tluiituitftou . 11 inam Set Ule II Willi Spnnir tlani n IJ m iM'LaiKtJunc M M m 12 ;it p in 3 :l p m 1.' p in 4 II p ru I ?4 p m i m p in X II p IU S3! p 111 -jr. i tu T L'l in 7 ; p iu i m fc p III It p in 'i 10 p iu 3 fc! p 111 IK-Land Ul'ipm S;r. pm li Up ra - Oranire City J M Kl p ni Knterprire Jc.U .V p ni " Monroe 1 Ui p tu Ar Enterpriae " (ialilord 1 1.1 p m 4 it.' p in :t; p m 4 14 p III V 4", p 111 4 J i p in if Iw p iu 4 p iu 4 .11 p ui 10 iC i in NOlli ll IMIIM). Cl'BtM Mail 1 ail . I.v Snnfonl 1 L a in " rjiterrine Monroe Etilcrprixe Jc liraiure City J I 4ti a in Ih-ljind D 30 a m S M p m S l.i p in a 4u a m 2 i p m K 47 a m t T. p in a ID a lu 2 d p in H U a m S :IS p in ItcLand June. 2 mam SpriiiK tiard'n. S Wain " Si'ville 3 te a in lluntiiiirt4in ... 3 3ia m su'am S .Vipiu a HI a m 3 11 p ia lo ie a in 3 :t p in In 'JM a in 4 p in Pomona 3 3h a III M to a tu 4 p m M I'ulatkailjiiriittl II 17 a in ft In p tu " (l-cni'iifti 4 l-'ia ni 111-' a in & pin tlrecn 4 'ote Sp 5 21 a in I'.' Si p in -I in liraiure Park .. .ft fi a in 12 "ai p m it p m Ar Jacksonville. . .it 3ua tu I 2 p ui 7 p in Xirra Culian Mail train (diiilj I mop only at atatioiia indti-iitiil. uud run nolid lict a i'ti Jurk nvilie and Tauii. I'uIIiiihii HunVt M.- .inir cam are attiu-hti. No connection to Liiti!' prim on Sundava. INDIAN RIVER DIVISION DAILY, EXCEIT SUNDAY. (,H.VU SOl 1 11. I-av Snnfonl... . " MiHina... Knterpriae I h-O- ll Mima ... . Arrive Titunvillc. . 3 4'i p m 3 57 p in 4 p in 4 .Vi p IU e i; p in a ;a p iu ;H.(i NOIITII. Ieave Tltmville 12 (W p in Mima 12 23 i in " h-14-. ll 4H p HI KiitcrpriMc 2 13 p m Molina- : ;n p m Arrive Sun lord 2 iv p iu Sanford and Lake Eustis Division. DAILY EXCEIT SUNDAY. CiOIXIl WEST. Leave Sanford . . I'aola . .. Hiirntito. " Mt. Ik.i-h Arrive Tavanw. . 0 ci a m ft fW p m . . ti'ia in ft in p in . HI 12 a iu ft lit p in . . HI :el a hi a 13 p m . . 10 41 a in fl X7 p ui GUI Ml EAST. Leave Tavaren Mt. liora Korrt-nto I'aola A rri ve Sun lord : ill a m 7 13 a in !W iu a or, a iu St a 12 l m 12 17 p m 12 :rr m I Ml p m t ui p m tfFor further InfomiMtn n. Iliroiiyli on nii'tiona, etc., w-e foldi-m, iicwMpHn-riHiid Iui'ku timecariinat atationa. M. It. Mi HI AN, L C. IlEMIMi, tien'l. Supt. 4 U. P. A. Gen l. Ticket Aat. St. AnpsliDe and Palatka HA1LWAY ! "THE STANDARD SHORT LINL" TIME TABLE No. 6. Takini. Effect Snnday, May 8, 1887. Standard Tims (4lthl Meridian. DAILV EXCEPT S FX DA VS. WEST. RKAII IHIH K No. ii No. 1. Lv. Lv. P. M. A. M. 3 ho . in.... 3 :tt..H its.... 3 3W. H IU 3 rm. so ... 57.. 8 27.... 4 Ol. 8 111 ... EAST. HK.AIi TP. No. t. No. 4 Ar. Ar. 1. M. P. M. STATIONS. . . St. AuiruHtine .New Ht. A iiirualiiie. . ...St. A. a; P. June... Smith . ...Midilleton ArtuHtntiiK Holly llraneb Oulda Merri field ... .'Iluena Vlata , . . .Pattcraonville Enat Pnlatka .12 4Y H 311 .12 43. 2M 12 III. 21 .12 2.V M 0 .12 IH .12 14 12 IM .12 04 .12 til. .11 ftV .11 te! II l.-i A UI A ftW ft M A 411 ft 45 ft 40 ft in A III A UI A 11 Lv. -4 iw.,8 :.... 4 II H 4,1... 4 I.V.N 4ft .... 4 ao .8 mi .. 4 23. 4 III. 4 4.1. 8 Ml ... It III... S Ift.. ar..r Ar. Palatka- F S K'y Ika-k II III 5 lift. Ar. 'alatka JT4KW llm k II 20 Lv SUN DA V TKAIXS. WEST. Xo. 3. No. Lv. Lv EAST. No. 4. 1. No. Ar. Ar. P. M. A. 3 III . 8 III. 3 32. .8 112. 3 3a. .8 IM. 3 Ml. 8 -II M. St, Auiriiatlne . . . 'New St. Aiia-iiHtlne. ...st. A. P. Junction HlllitIM Mlildli-ton Amiitnuijt Holly llram h Oul.la Merrilleld liiieua Viala I'Mtteraon ille.. . . I joit I'hIiiI ku Palutka, F. S. ft ) . IKk- A. M. ..10 40 . . . lo 3a , . 10 III ...10 an .. in l.i . . .10 11 ..111 114 P. M n u a u3 ft Vi . ft 4N ft 44 6 Itll 3 M..M S7. 4 Id .8 111. 4 IH. .8 IM. 4 II. .8 41. 4 I.V . 8 IS A 34 U Vi .ft III HI.. 5 2". II 47. ft 22 40. ft II V III. . A 00 Lv. Lv. 4 20.. 8 Ml 4 23 . 8 A3 4 III UI 4 4. i 15. Ar. Ar. ST. JOHNS RAILWAY "THE ANCIENT CITY ROUTE." DA I LV. W IT. No. a. Lv. P. M. A 41 .. A 47 A .VI III. . . ;Ar. EAST. No. 41. Ar. P. M. . . 7 4.'. ...7 43 ... 1 3.1 ...7 U) Lv. St. Ainniatinc . . New St. Auiruatitie. .St. A. A P. Junction. Tia.il Flua-Station. W. J. JAKVIS. iell. Supt. LIQUOR DEALERS. P. CUtJtJEELY, Merchant, AGENT FOR DUFFY'S hALT WHISKEY, WATER STKKET PALATKA. rotaatiVkcttav CUWIbyS.S.t. S. S. S. TS. POTASK T aava had blood poiana for In ymn- I knnw I bar taken nna hnndrad bottle. f bdkte of poiaah ia that tuna, bnt K did ma no ond. Laat auaunar my lana. Back, bady and Umba war enrnd with aoraa, and I enald acamly uaa my anaa im aowajnt of rbea aiifiiai ia myaaaaldava. I look a. a. M..aad U bai chaw dm mora guui thu all othnr maili. ciaaa 1 hawi takca. My facr, body and nerk ar. prrfrlir clear and raaui. and mj rtaw- r ml, j.ili l. i I 7C'"T " ' ' a i .i. VM aoaada. My irat botiia bdpad m irnauly. and r ma aa aeuKila lik. a anaf maa. I anald mot ha antfeoM B. aV. M. fur aral Umra K. waigtit la (rtld. I woaai M aa tmaow a. MITCUICLL, W. 3d St. Farry, Nnr Tork. RAILROADS. FLUK1DA SUUTHEKH KA1LWAI. THE 0UANCE HELT ROUTE. Daily Time TuUe in Fffeet Hay 19, 1HH7. tkaixs coixa norm. Lv St. Au-utiue. Jwkaoiit Ule ., Pitiui ka I ii a m a ill a ni 12 III p m lUp III 3 07 p in 4 ' u m 4 aa p in 4 M p in ft Iu p m h M l p IU 5 40 p in in no a m in IA a iu in .'. a in in V. a m II II a in 1 1 23 a m lu V a in 12 itl p m 12 .ki p iu - J it K WJc. Intcrlat-heu .. Koka - M. M.- kin M llawtliorn. .... i,fUiHfi ille. . . . Kocliclie Ar I iaiiH-m ille . . . Lv MicNiiopy ..... " lll.H- t lira I N-ala V 1-ii.tiion ,' Ikklawalia ... " So. I.ake Weir. M 11-r.lllll'ir ', I ikHliiiiuiika . . . I irain-iu June. . I'l-llll.-ltoll .... iniok illc ar. " I lad- I It v 1(1. lllHII.l Laki'laiid Ar linitow Lv Koit Mcadc. . . M'Ui-lllilM " Charlie A'i. . . Alfrt.llH Fort i iirili-ii, . t li- i-litmt Ar 'rrHlmc . . ... ' I'unta (iorda . . ft III S& 40 T 2. IU p m p m p m j ni 12 33 p ui ' i 32 p ni 2 l p ui i p ui S 41 p III S.i p in 3 4.1 p in 4 ; p ni ft in p m ft Mi p m ft p in it in p ni 7 2o p in ! HI ar Ivave. 7 ui a in 7 4, a m H 4.1 a in W :.! a in 10 l a in lima in 1 1 W a iu 12 111 Mill TKAIXS tiiHMl NOIITII. Lv I'unta liorda I'ralHic. " !. 'Inn.! " I'oi-t iolcll An mini " t liatin- Aaip Hlll'lllllll Foil Meade " I Iii il.. w 7 . liki-luml ... 7 V Kit IiIiiimI . .. N 42 I la.lc Cll v .. III " lU-ookKt ille. N Vi I'l'iiilx rt..n.. 10 in linim iii J mi u if " iiktiliiuupka lo ! " livliuru.. . . II " S Uikc Wrir 12 Ol " IK kliiwiiliit.. 12 17 " . I. in. .M . . 2 ! " Ocnla 1 I'l (Ha S Hi p ni 2 M i iu 3 III p iu 4 12 pat 4 fti p tu ft 47 p iu a 4 p in in ar a in a in a m a m a in a m a lu a in a m p iu p in p ui p iu ft M a m n 9i a lu 7 13 a iu 7 4"i a iu H 2.1 a iu I.hIiI.Iiv Mu-tiiiopv II p in i tiliMi ille.. 2 in p la KiMiielle . 3 Ui III A v I Ihiikwi ille. 3 3n p in I.V 1 1 :l I In Hill'. 3 :t p m " Mi Mil-kill.. 3 ! p in KeiikH 4 1 1 p in ' 1 1 it 1 1 n i li n 4 2l i III .11 -VK WJe. ft In p m Arl'Hhiika . ... fC2i' m " ,lrii-kaoll illi 7 .11 p 111 " SI.AiiKUKliiie 6 ;n p in N 45 a in 7 Ci a iu ' W US a m H f a m w 'i a m w iii a m In 4o a in lo Mi a hi I 2 p III 13 4,1 p III ST. JOHNS AMI LAKE El STId DIVISION. Ij iii fl 20 a ni . A i n e K . in am. Antor Arrive T 10pm loll Miiaoii 1-ave ft 10 p iu IA ptl II III. 4 Hi. 4 IV 4 2U. 4 4.1 4 4 V fi 111 ft I 'l ft 2.1 ft40 am A r In 41 . Lv In ' ..." lo lo Ixuliiirir Iiniire 11111110 lleiid . I.InIhhi " IOIII Ormid IkIhiiiI 4l . Foil Mliaoll .." HI!' ICilMtl. Ar 4 30 " ai Mt M outer ... I.V4I0 MOT. .'l Hiin- " 4 lit " a ! l-mie 1'nik.,.. 3 0ft turn Ia w ii w 10 Ar COXXIXTIONS. At I'll In l V with JiK'kiwiiivUlo, Tampa and Key Wii Knilway, and M. AuauHtliie and I'a luliika KiiiIhh.v, nnd InM river tciueni fniiu SI. AiiiriiNline, fani-ii C ove SpriiiirN, Jili kaoll villeiitid nil iMiiiiln North, Eiixl and Went. MhiI tiiim niHke i-loM' coiiui-etioii ImiiIi wav via. J.T. A K.W. It' ., at .hit kmiiivillo Willi AtlHlilie Count Lflti. riiHt Mull. At tiaiiiea ille Mil Ii tlirouah Pullman alcop i ik oer MiMginiili Florida and Weali-rn K'y., tor New irleHiia, I'eiiMu-olii, Savaiiiuili, Allai ny, Miiutiromei y, Uiiih Ille SI. Louia and all Hiinl4 Went. AtocHla with I'loiiilit ltiillwny slid Navliia tli m Co., and S. S. o. a O. K. K. At ANtor with St .loluia river ateamcra for jHi'kMoiivilic, tSiiiitonl Hiid way lainlliiKa. At Ii-hI.iiik with tlie St. Joluia and Lake Eii.tia ili ii-ion id Oh Florida Southern Hall way, and ImHta on Ijiku llarria, Euatls and tirillln for all polntaou Lakex. At In n i .n Willi I'liuit Stciitindilii every Moll, iliiv mid 'I liiirwltt)' tor Key Weat and Havana. At I Jikilnnil with South Florida Kallnaid forTiimpa, KiHNlinme1, Oi liuido and Siinlord. At I'unta OoiilH Mith KieHiuer Alice Howard nod Wttlkaloiniea for l'uiilu Koaaa and Fott M ) era. S. COXAXT, J. A. LAIIXEItn. (rill-mi Munuiter. SiiiM-i'liitimdeiit, ST. AUGUSTINE ROUTE. Jacksonville St. Airustlne and Halifax River R. R. St. Auiruatliie nlvialon of Jackaonvlila, Tarn la and Key Weat Hallway. The only All! LINK Hall lloula Bet. Jack, aouvilleand Su AuiruiTloo Schedule iu LtliH t Novrrolierlt, 1HH3 Tralmi Inava Jnrkninivlllo from Furry Wharf, root, ol Iew nan it reel. A.M. A.M. P.M. Pki. Kipr. Daily. 1.(41 4.0(1 llll 5.4U. Ml led Dally I.T. Jacksonville.... 7 no Ar. rt, Auwuatine.. tt.KO A. M. w.ui 10.30 P. M P. M. Iiallv. Expr. Ml .-!. Ially. Lr. St, Aii-iitini.. 8 DO J2.0nm X.ul 4 in Ar. Jaekaonvilln.. 1(U4J 1 2ini4 HI A.3U W. L. KAWFOMIi. L.C. UKMINO. Suncrlnlendent U. T A. STEAMBOATS. PASSENGER DEPARTMENT, DeBary and People's Line STEAM KRS. On St. Johns River. STEAM EIIH CITV or JACKSONVILLE A Nil II. IL PLANT, In VJVoct INfay 11. 1HH7. SOfTII. Lv 12 noon on JAI'KSONVII.I.E S F at W K'y il'k arrivul if Wi-at Indli Fnat Mali. Ih-llury Vi barf. Foot of I lira St, Toco! 1'Hlal ka Kolleatoii Weliika NOIITII. A r a IM a in " 3 .KI p in M T 'Ii p m . l p in. 31 p III " II Ui III. " 12 Mldn'Ml 2 2 a m. " 2 III a ui. " 4 . a ra 6 mi m ; Arrive a (it a m., a in a ni.. a ill a in , " 12 ill a m . " 11 40 p ui , M 10 10 p III , a lo u in , " 7 Ift p in , " 7 lo p iu , ft no p UI " 4 15 p tn M IA p m " 1 4ft p iu Lv 1 ui p iu . , . Oforjrc town ... .... V'oluaia ...... Awtor Ih-IjukI I jiuilinir . . lloerfiait . . . Illiie Siirinira ,.. SANrollli., ...S l-'la l( K .. ...I lly Wharf.. I.nlet .i le. I. H. ELLIOTT, tieti'l. Paaa. A ift. Iicliary Line. W. M. liAVIIifON. lieii l. TratT Airt-, Peofile'a Lino. WORKING HI AFS Wm ara now pn- :iared to furniah all cliwea .ATTENTION emnlotmcnt at home. whole ot ' lia time, or lor iiieiraiar iiniiauw, lluiineaa new, I m lit and riifltaoln. Paraonao either ... cattily earn from AO cenla to fA ul iter evrnlna-. and a iroKrtlfial aum liy d-votna-ail itieirtime to ttm hualuaaa. Jloya and rtrla earn nearly aa much aa men. That all wboae tbui way aend I lieir addreaa. and teat the huirUie., make tblaoDer, 'lo aura aa ara not well aatlafied will an4 one dollar to pay lor the troiitile of wrltlnir. Full air. tieuiara and outnt free. Addreaa Okomub BTiaaon A Co.. Portland. Main. dej-tu CAtTTTOIT. Cmrumtrt themU not emfutt aw ttneUu WlA Old awaaiuni ImUaUom, tubttumt, potath ana meremrm mlrtur wHlck mr$ go tea up to a. not on IKtir owa aurU, M ot the tnwit Qf our remedy. J imitation U always a fraud and a eKeal. mmd U1 IXriot onlamtKtyeeUalromUMartUUimitttmi. TreaiUton llioatandSiinDieenmnmUIii fm. For mil if aU druyvUU. TUS M WITT SPECIFIC CO., Drair . AUonia, 7c