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THE PATTYS' NEWB-PAIiATKA, FLORIDA. TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 24. 1883.
THE DAILY NEWS nait.r- Rtwi la rmhllshed evwv nmol Monday, and delivered by Mfrtwt ntlf, or mailt!, poMtttr free, 93 lor three aifnvaix mouths, or Sit ner annum. TiiWnu.! Nrw la a larsra lur-pa-e 3. soluma paper, published irvery Friday, tmtt tnlnlrT all the newa of tha week, local ana mmf ral It la the lara-est ancl handsomest Vaeklr mdmt published in Florida, n.l wilt be mSiU. poataae free, for l a year. r ftO eenta for as muuwa. spwuacu wimm Loual a ' 1 laments. a cents Jr line for flrM inaervnm, aim u per " 1 ' . additional insertion. 8pcial notkwa. 10 cents m line. Keduced ratut oa continued, advw at nrnntn . All advertising bill become do pro rata avarv month. bpecuU aiul snort-time payable 1a mif-rmmwt AU wnuittoe should be mte by xpr "aSCT4" rvirl m NEWS, Palatum I'uokiija. PALATKA. FLA.. JAN. 21, 1888. Centenary annirersarie crowd npon u. The 20th of Dew oibur thw year u the hundredth anniversary of the birth of the wait. It wa introduced in an fiwn hnuae Lv a (oinnowr narnwl Vin cent Martin in an opra at Vienna and at once became the rage. We haTe a communication which will appear to-morrow in which the writer. answering queries as to "how to raiae tobacco," tells "how we used to do it in Tennessee." That is the kind of litera ture needed just now records of actual experience elsewhere. A contrast Flori.la: Rosea blooming, not in stunted blossoms but in full per fection, oranges coming into bloom, fresh vegetables gathered daily in the garden. The North r Temperature below zero, now and ice, people freezing to death in their own door Tarda. AU in Janu ary, 1888. The importation of Irish potatoes into New York from foreign countries is said to be extraordinary in quantity this win ter. In spite of a duty of fifteen cents a bushel they arrive at the rate of 84,000 to 40,000 bushels a day. The cheapness of ocean freights over railroad freights is said to be one cause of it, but the chief cause is the shortness of the American rroD. Florida's new potatoes will be doubly welcome this year. . The vote in the House of Representa tives, yesterday, adopting the report of the Committee on Elections that Mr. Carlisle is entitled to his seat indicates that the body of the Republicans did not ote. They carried their obstructive tactics a far as ther could and seem to a have refrained in a large measure from Toting yesterday morning. Six Repub licans rose above the narrowness of party and voted as conscience dictated. Seven Republicans emphasized their devotion to party by voting against the report and by taking part gave the Ilouoe a quorum. The action of the most of the Repub licans throughout has been more cred itable to their political consistency than to their sense of juntice. The Tampa Journal says: "We have reliable evidence that many people have come to Jacksonville within the past ten days en route for Tampa and that tiiey have been deterred from doing so by re ports that yellow fever prevails here. It is so all down the line." It says the south bound trains are being watched closely, and when it is learned tltat pas sengers are bound for Tampa, the in tending visitort are frightened out of their purpose. These are bread asser tions. They mean that every Florida community from Jacksonville to San ford, and perhaps further, U endeavor ing to frighten touriiiU atout fever in Tampa. We do not be'ieve it. There are certain sensational inoni who start such reports occasionally perhaps and assert that the fever has never died out in Tampa, but they are persons who. by reason of their tendency to exaggera tion and sensation-making, have very little influence among those who know them. If the Journal has such evi dence It should either publish it or put it in the hands of men of cool judgement and standing among their fellow men for investigation. IT WILL BE A SUCCESS. The Gala Week will be a success. Al ready $600 cash subscriptions have been received and the Finance Committee has not finished its work. Indeed it only be gan the work in earnest yesterday and met from the start with such success that it was encouraged to push its work with redoubled zeal. The Yacht Club last bight sent off letters to all the yacht owners and clubs that are expected to compete and the other committees will go to work immediately. As soon as the programme is made out the Gala Week will be well advertised throughout the State. There is no fear that the crowd will fail to be here. Our friends and the tourists will come from every direction when an attractive programme is an nounced, one that promises to combine skill in handling yachts, the shot gun and the rifle, with agility in football and real hearty jollity as in the minor sports. Palatka will present something for every taste among those who wish to sitend three days or any part of three days in amusement out-of-doors, in real festivity. Human nature is constituted that it must have its seasons of relaxation. Some find it in one way, some in another. It is another characteristic of human nature that it tikes a crowd, for man is a gregarious animal. We all like to see a crowd and to be in it when the crowd is a good humored one, bent on innocent amusement. So, the more varied the programme the larger the number that will come to Falatka the third week in February to see or take part in any par ticular sport. The transportation lines will do their part toward bringing a multitude from every quarter to the Gem City. In creased facilities and excursion rates of fare will entice many who would like to refresh themselves by a short absence from home and business and the stim ulus of three days devoted to watching or partipating in sport. They w ill come to unbend themselves, to give their ideas a turn in a new direction for awhile and to meet old acquaintances. Many, too, will take advantage of the facilities offered them to' make long deferred pur chases to see what the merchants of Fa latka have to offer them in wholesale or retail trade. If other citizens of Palatka who haTe not yet been visited by the Finance Com mittee will be as liberal as those now on that committee's list and if other tran sportation lines will be as generous as the Florida Southern Railway Company, there will be no difficulty about raising - the amount of money needed. TEE SULLOAO PESSLEL The Influence exerted on the commer cial inter ens of Florida by the railroads is plain to all and has not been denied by friend or foe; that the weight of this influence will increase as time goes by will be equally plain to alL It is also plain that the near future holds in re serve important changes to be wrought by new causes lately put in operation; it is high time that we inquire what will be the effect of these on our financial growth and commercial development. Florida Las heretofore enjoyed the benefits of the competition for her busi ness necessitated by the rivalry between the Savannah. Florida and Western and the Flori.la Railway and Navigation lines. But on February 18 prox. the Florida Railway and Navigation will be sold and it i prolMe that the Plant System will b the purchaser. If that purchase be made how will our interests be affected? It is well known that John II. Inman has entered into a contract with II. H. Plant, the aut'icrat of the Plant System, by which the closest alliance is formed between the Georgia Central and the whole or the Plant System. Says the Atlanta Constitution in reference to this combination: One of the most especial benefits oc curring to the Georgia Central under the arrangement is the run ran lee 10 us ocean steamship company of all Florida freights, which the riant system can furnish at Savannah. There is a vast deal of this business it is claimed. This is the first important action which the Georcia company has takn in exercis ing its rurlits through the ownersnip oi a controlling interest in the Georgia Cen tral. " The alliance is offensive and defensive: The contract is absolutely reciprocal in its co-operative provisions with refer ence to all traitic, and establishes these two vast systems of Southern railwars in perfect barmonr of interest and policy." Is there no danger to ns in this alliance between these powers? Will there not be greater danger if this power be still further increased? The Plant System has already bought the Brunswick and Albany at a cost of little less than two millions, and is now under contract to give all its business to the Ocean Steamship Company or the Georgia Central, and sayt the Const it Hon: "The alliance virtually consolidates t.vt of the greatest railroad properties of the South, and the combination is well cal culated to battle rivalry and squelch all exposition. It will most likely prove a strong oiMitacie in way or any new rail road enterprise that either Pt now, or may 1 hereafter, projected into the ter ritory of the allied systems, Is it to our interest that this alliance be still further strengthened.' bhall we give into the hands of this giant monopoly the control of our business for the present and our hopes for the future, knowing it to be directly interested in crushing out the Mallory Line and Clyde Line? Let us remember that the Plant Investment Co. already owns the B. Bonds of the F. R. N. aggregating more than a million. If the S., F. & W. gains control of the F. R. & N., then II. B. Plant will control all our routes to the West!! Slismanagement in the past Had re. duced the F. R. & N. to "a streak of rust." Receiver Duval with the help of W. Bayard Cutting and his associates luis leen steadily resuscitating the ruin. Under the allowing he was able to make last winter capital was coming to our aid, steadily and effectively, to preserve for Florida the benefits of a competition for our business. It was proposed to build the Millen Road to Jacksonville, and the Birmingham Road to Tallahas see would give us two independent route to the Eat and Went. Under the com bination now proposed where will the Millen road get business and how will Uie Birmingham road be built? II. M. Flagler and his associates had proposed to carry out their plans through the F. R. and N. The Richmond and Danville extends from Alexandria to Atlanta and the Richmond Terminal controls from Washington to Jesup; but it is at the mercy of the S., F. and W, under the "alliance," because it is cut off from all burinen by the Atlantic Coast Line, and the Georgia Central, through the Midland, comes in as a fac tor to aid in this result. The same alliance can control our Western freights through the S. F. and W. and Georgia Central. Now if all our roads can be brought under one management it will be the interest of the "Alliance" to starve out our steamships- the commercial centers of Florida can only preserve their inde pendence by defeating the purpose of the monopolists. Suppose the Macon road comes to Pa latka; where will it get any but local business? It will be paralleled on both sides and cut off from the South by the monopoly. Did any road ever prove profitable on its local business alone? Does not our immediate future depend on the survival ot competition for our business to the North and East? Has not the S., F. &. W. always been arbitrary and clone.' is it not reasonable to pre sume that its future will copy fair its past? Is not the Fernandina Mirror right when it concludes If the purpose of buying the Florida Railway and Navigation Company's line from Jacksonville to Chattahoochee, is httsed upon the same policy that induced the purchase of the Jesup and tiorola short line in order to kill off competi tion it would be an injury and a mis fortune to Florida to have the Plant ra- tem absorb so large a portion of the Florida system of railways, to aeoure which the people of I- lorida have sold their kinds at a low price. The Florida system as devised in 1H.V4 should remain under our ownership. The 1'lant system has its legitimate field of J Deration in Oeorxia, ami Florida tthojld not be maile tributary to the iu- terAts of Savannah. I las the North pole shifted? New England is now reveling in a tempera ture from ten to thirty-four degree be low zero, and had three shock of earth quake Sunday night. Tlie medicine men are not happy in their "reading notice.' always When one pees in a Florida paper a warning acainst a January thaw and advice to take Agony'a Cahbage Conglomeration aa the only medicine that provide against the dciihratia? effect of said 'thaw." it strike Lira aa rather incon gruous. There is room for Putnam at the Sub Tropical Exposition. The apace allotted thia county it next to that which baa been aligned Volunia County. There are aLrontr bonds unitmir ns witn oar sister county and those who are look ing after her interests at the Soh Tropical Exposition would gladly aid iu seeing that Putnam County's exhibit well treated. It would not take much in the way of money to secure an exhibit of some sort from Putnam that would advertise the Banner County to the thoosands whu will viit the repo sition this winter. MOUNT DORA CHAUTAUQUA. What Has Arms aaa" Waal is Hspaa Far. Leeabura; Commercial. The Gazette calls especial attention to the approaching sessions of the South Florida Chautauqua, which is to be held at Mount Dora, in this (Lake) county, beginning on Tuesday; February 14th. From its numerous allusions to this sub ject we take the following exrerpls. hicb are of greatest interest to the gen eral public: The Association is in its infancy, hav ing only begun its career, holding its first session of literature and music last April, and it needs tre suiport of the press and of the peonle. w i l : A m .i c? . 1. ine tinuerivmir ihm-v tsw otrum Florida Chautauqua scheme is purely to establish a benerolent or educational in stitution, which is to be controlled by a hoard of trustees of all church denomi nations. It i- not a land scheme at all. being lo cated some distance from Mount Dora. and under the mutual control of a large number of persons who have purchased small lots on the Chautauuua plat from the Association. The aim of the management is to bring yearly to South Florida, for the instruction and edification of the people of South Florida, the ereatest talent of America and of the world, and all the sciences and branches of learning, of art and of music, will I reitfesented. We believe the cominz settiion to be held on their ground February 14 23 inclusive, will be the greatest intellec tual and musical treat that has ever been offered to the people of tHiuth t londa. Great lecturers on all the sciences and arts have been encased. Reduced rates on all the railroads in the State, during the session of ten dars. have been i cured, at half fare. Siiecial trains will be run every clay, fcijecial excursions ill be run on the niot important days. The auditorium, with a seating cajac- itv of LftOO. u an assured fact, and on tlie openimr day of the coming session, there will tie a fine, large building an ornament to the count v and a monu ment to the Chautauqua management. Lyman Abbott. 1. U. , will lecture February 14, 15 and 16. Russell 11. Conwell. one of the most brilliant men on the American platform. will lecture on February 1, 18 and M. ltot. W. F. JJaTidaon, with his stere- nnticon. f ebruarv 14. l.i and In. Kev. J. u. uulpurt, l. i., wui leciure February 17, teach normal classes Fel- ruary 14. 15 and 17, and preach on Sun day, rehruary Prof. V. 11. Aict Imtorlc, now regis trar of Chautauqua University, will lec ture t ebruarv 21), 21. and 23. Kev. K. H. Holmes will lecture i ehrii- arylftandSl. and prench February 18, besides teaching normal classes ana con ducting the assembly. e hoiie to have lrof. C. C Caw all through, antl two lectures from lrof. Kichard A. Proctor, one lecture from Ur. K. P. Hooker, and an original story from Mrs. Alden (I'ansyL All but the last three are ixinitivelv entrairiil. lleaides the entertainments scheduled. other thintrs will be throwu in to enli ven the days and add to the pleasure of those who come. o one should come for a day only. Come preitarud to stay a week at least. Ample accommoda tions have Iieen provided. Rate of board are cheap, and the charges are small for admission to all the exercise of the season. The great feature of all asm mblies is the normal instruction in Bible and Sunday school themes, and we hope every teacher within a radius of 1UU miles will avail himself of the rare PIHirtunity which the presence of Dr. J. L. Hulburt guarantees; Florid Defeniled. Ocala Banner. Aa soon as it was rumored that yellow fever bad broken out afrexh at Tampa, Mr. John D. Tremlwell, of the firm of Thurber, Wyland &. Co., was the first to correct the statement and say a word in prai.se of Florida through the columns of the Amerieun Grocer. "In Tainjta," Mr. Tread well said, "where tlie lever was epidemic, business has been resumed in f uu force, ana long lipts of .Northern ar rivals are daily rejiorted there." The edi tor of the Grocer says: 'This is wel come in tell iirence. In addition to the usual and varied attractions that Flor- idr offers to tourists, there is this winter a hub-Tropical tx position to lie open from January to May in Jacksonville. Displavs are made by the Ilahamas. West Indies, Mexico and Central and South America. A band of Seminole Indians from the Everglades will have an encampment on the exposition grounds.' If each friend of Florida -ill do as well as Mr. 1 read well, she will become well advertised and good resulu will follow. MISCELLANEOUS. Pineapple Plants for Sale. O ft CENTS T'ER DOZEN. ?I 50 PER HUN- Z.'J Harm tltl-JD per thousand, special rates inlanreorl-i-s. THOS. E. RD.'tlAKDS, I'roprietor K.len Pineapple Plantation, Eden ladianKiver F'lorida. ocl4-dJtw3iD F0K SALE. C CHOICE TANGERINE, EUREKA LEMON ) P.nk Hliad.Us k. HomoNtwa oramre Tree from my Nursery, at Wclaka. Wrire forjnri-e v. t . ( uciikam; TlooVsell-'r and Stationer, Palatka. Ha. ja3-lra Jloney to Loan A T TEN PER CENT. INTEREST AND XL Commlssiiais, tin Floriila tmprovsd and priMluctive proiierty. in city and count j . Apply to llank of Seville, Seville, Florida. In tlrst application dcscrilie the aecunf v fully aa pnesililu. M. F. R0BIXS0X, ROBERT G. LYLE, FRUIT AND PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT, 17.) Keadc Street, KKW TOKK. Florida Fruits and Veiretables a Specialty. notz-tr A. N. EDWARDS & CO. DEALERS IX Fine Wines, Liquors and Beers, Importr-d and Po.iiestie Cigars. RILTJIAIil PARLORS I THE BAR IS PROVIDED WITH ALL THE ! a test aceeaatiriea. and i presided over bv an plii dished Mixomtrtst. Tha patrons ot tlwpublie la rvapectf uily ,olicitd. CUoud "raw ureaertea at ail uoiea. Water Street, Hart's Kioel:. Palatka. mvs-tr Mr. W. CoTerdale, x jLJATE PRECENTOR OF BEVERLT M IX- m, Enrland, is bow prepared to rive lessoos in both Vocal and Instrumental Music Will also tune and repair all kinds of Musical In strument. Forty jeara evperience. F. O. Address. XannviUe, Fla. de3-3moaxiAw (iiWIi irA WhtaaMy Mm. pats Book at pas. MEDICAL. 3LiOOK OTJTji ETTSPEPSIAa Sri m tSTLESSKE- a iimtw rea"ves aaiTksas amiu iaxBtcieC. 5 PHILADELPHIA. Price. QUE Dollar Wi As TOO valu acaltli. pcrtun life, examine eacH package and be sure you get Uie 0ntun. Sea the rd Z Trle-Mark and the full t-.tte oaafraak of Wrapper, and cm tha aid tha aaal ana alien lure nr. J. II. ieliin m Cav, a ia the above ftc-simile. Kcatember thera taaoother ejewmna imaoM lvcr Keulatu. LEGAL. SberitTs Sale. TY VIRTUE OF A TMSTRESS WARRANT J J bwued out of the m or the lerk of tlie Cireuit Court. In and fur Putnam I 011111 v Stitte of Kl-irtdm w tic rein James II. Fry is complainant ami Ttmuu It. Haley ami John T. Coiner. .-o-iaitiier, as T. 11. Ilali-y At Co. are defendants. 1 have levied uimhi and will U at Duliliu oil cry. in front of the Com tioo-ie door, in tlie city ot Falnlka, in mmkI Put VHtn County, durum tiielcrui hours ot eiile. on Monday, the arcoud luy oi January, 1 v, to the hittheitt Milder, for cash, the follow illtf uo scribed nront rty. to wit.: Two dozen Chairs.:! lilllutnl Tallica, z I'ool Tattles, with rack, hall and cues attached. 2 dozen SiUtoui, 1 Clock,!- tlcturea, 7 boxes o Tottaccti. Itar and riitures thereinto neKwunnir. 1 Itarrel aud 1 half liarrel of h:iky un CI-. led fart 01 nait narrei ot ,iuirer uranuy. " one-cia-hth French " Va.k-ira Wine. - one-half " flin. Port Wine. A. Ilraii.ly. or 3 mil Ions t'cuiuwrnoUK' ne. - WhVky. " Peach HrulKlj . " - Kuiu. 11 Boxes of Ctirar. Cisraretica. One Imi conlHininir Italian Wine. line box and six tiottlcsof Appolinaris wuter. lour lioxea containuig wine. ( Ine afe and 1 desk. 1 wenl -ue empty liarrels and 1 l-tter prctw. uui. J. . r.M - ll.Mt. J H.. Sheriff Putnam County. M MMK C. I II A. IM.r.K. Comiduiimut's Attorney. Iteecmher L 1C i. 3-4r w Thealiovtt sale continued to the ttrst M.ii liiy In February, lws. jaliMCI'u In the Circuit Court lor tlie Filth Judicial Circuit. Put nam County, Florida. William C. Itnul.lock J Attilt hnH-nt. Cum sworu u ii;r:.K. W. W.Grim. rrHE DEFENDANT, W. W. GIMM. AND I all oilier (wrtoiut I intcn-stealJire licrvl.y noti fied of the inf ituiioii of the alwivc suit, and lliat certain real estate of the defendant, to wit.: lilock lotird) of Miison, Putimm County, ITii hus ficcn attnehed to satisfy pluintill a lU-niand. and tiuit they and eai-h of them tin n-.itriri-d to af.is-iir tuid -l--tl to the iieclur.it ion UU-. I in ud action, on or ls-- f.. re the FlitST MoNHAV IN FKIIKlAltY. I., or said tiroiierty will lie sold u pay the dett. Dated November 1, 1.. WM. C. ItKADDOOK. It. M. Mii.lkk. Attorney for I'laintilT. nol-3iuTu SlieriflTs Sale. BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED out of tlie olln-e of the Cli-rk of the Cir cuit Court in and for Putnam County and State of Florida, wherein Venalae A lleyman are eompluiiiants nd T. II. Haley is defendant, I have levied upon tlie inti-n-st of the said T. 11. Haley in tlie -partnership of T. II. I In ley 3l Co- ami will sell Ihe same at pul.iic ootcry in front of the Ciajrt Hoiti4i disir inthecitr of Palatka. in said Putnam Ciainty. durinir the k aal hours of sale on Monday, the se-i.ml day of January, l?vy t4 the hih-t lad.ler foreah. Gl I. J. ZF.HN HA K, Jr.. hi-ritT of Putnam County. 8UMNEK C CH ANDLF.lt, 4'ompiuinaiit Attorner. TVcemU'r 1. Isc7. ile2-4tw The alkive ssle continued to the first Won, lay in February, l.vv. juUMtTu IJCTKIiLACIIEN" T HAVE LEFT FIFTV GOOD HOrTS X which I offer to actual settlers at livinir pnees. I hava Improved and l uimpmvol nicely located, several Lake F'ronfs. hinh pine lamls. Titles dirvct fnmi tlie Government, in vicinity of Interim-In n. Keuka, ami Pleasant Valley; a few Groves from t to 10 a res each; I have a few Places with frond Rii-Udctu-e and GrovcavltiiildiiiK lxtsaii.1 Luimprovol in town. My prices are reasonable. Call on or addrcaa LOTT ALLEN. INTEHLACnEN, Tl A. nol-Ukwm FaftCr LEADING REAL ESTATE: PHOENIX BLOCK, Palatka, FANCY GROCERIES. ETC ESTABLISHED 1S7S. PB. J". G FANCY GROCER! AND A Specialty of Fine Cream Bread for Family Trade. Orders by mail promptly attended to. Lemon Street, one House, Palatka, Fla. riUTEi iiTioiitBinBjims STAFFORD a rmti Lacs, CMatvy napiifc Bsasra. saw Mavsa Baaarfet sail aaM w Casisilsalsa. Mmmmf la I ustai. fcawtaaaat laUr lata rtm. riasirty af aa fcaslstata Taksw Cars f.sjswt faaas Faia. ssvr4.Y IU LUSH -iraiU4-.lJaM RAILROADS. ST. JOIIXS & HALIFAX ("THE WHITE") RAILROAD. "or Ormond, Daytona. New Smyrna, UocLledge. TRAINS GOINtJ WHTH. No. i. Ko.9. liJu p.m. 3:4. " . hM , ! . Ji Lr Jackannviue, J T. a K. w . Ky 8.-U0 a. m f A) . Lv Kl- AuiruKtine. rl. A. J r. Ky Lv 1'aiatka. J, T. K. W ferrv llklU Lv ltt!etuo. rt.J. a II. Ky HttiFk ArimiMind 15 lii.m.. Ar ll.ly Hill 1-;J " . Ar lt uxui . l-. . TRAIN'! liOlNI, NORTH. No. 2. '. a-nl. ; - No. . 1 :. .m. . lift -. li " . 3-M . 3AI . 6J " . A.U1 " Davtona Holly Hill 1.V Hrmomi .... . h Lv Rollc.tou. J.. T. A K. VV. ferrv. lOiM - A r Palatka. J..T. a K. W. ferry 11 Ml Ar KC Augustine. tt. A. P. Ky izu.m. Ar Jm-k!.nville. J T. a K. W. Ky 1:10 " IXlX.NECTlONrt. Trains No. 1 and 3 make connt-ction at Pny- toiut with steamer l-u iiik T:' a. in. following morninit for 1'ort iirunne, -w huiynw, I luur viileand itia-klt-iiire. Trains No. z and 1 make dose connection at Rollcnfon with lerrv for Jiu-kMinville and f-t. Auirustine, also with st-ameni for iMjinta ont. joiiusan.i k kiawaua liiv. nt. V.J. WHIT K. W. II.FINt.REK, 1'iea. i. P. A. Jacksonville. Tanma and Kcj'-Wcst Itallway. On ami after IK-cemW-r 11th, 1HK7. passeng-er trains will leave PALATKA (U-uiuO Mricl htation as follows : GOING NORTH. -4:21 . M. n-iiAJi Fast M ah. (daily ): Arrtvrs at JackMonvillc 6:30 A. M., ami has Pull man lluffct Sleeimiir Cars tlirouifh to Wai-hinirton without chatim?. 11:24 A. M. Arrives at Jacksonville 1:28 P. M. Has Monarch I'arl-.r linnet Cars, and coniici is with train for tlie North, leaving JACKSONVILLE! 2: P. M. 4:47 P. M. Arrives at Jackou-tile 6:40 f. M. Has M..nart h Parlor Kultet Cars, and coniH-cta with West bound triun at Jack atn'ille. GOING SOUTH. 10:08 a. MHTaupa ami I Mil as ItiVFKl Arrives si Sunfonl 12:47 P. M.: Tilusville, 2:0a P. M.: oHaiHln, 2:12 P. M.: Ilartow, 6:60 P. M.: Taini.a. 6:20 P. M. Has Mou-an-ta Parlor llutt.-t Cars to f unford. 2:1ft P. . Ci-ba Fr M ll..liiilyl Arrives at Sanford 4:30 P. M ; Tavares. 6:05 P. M.: Orlan.!... 6:35 P. M. : Tampa. 8:10 P. M. liasthruuvh Piilliunn 1mm New York to Tainim, and connects with steamship olivette or Mascot tc for Key West and Havana ou Mondays, Tbunxlays and 8atur davs. 6:00 P. M. Arrives at, Ssnford 8:48 P. M., ami carriers Mmiarcn 1'arlor Itutfet Car. Kxcent w here iudia-uted. trains do not run Sumia). A toniH-ctiiiir tr-iti leaves Latum. St k kit station ten iiuiuiu-s iieiore time riven at I-moii hmi-t, rxi-ept that nojoin-u-ction is limit! with Culmn Mail Train north- warL Fast Mail Couth Mops only at impor ting Mentions. Tickets on sale at City T icket oihie, IL KtHKTiNti. Aitt til. and at lioth tta- tloiis. I- C. HKMINU, G. T. A. M. 1L MORAN.Ueu.uiU January I, Im-i. deSVtf JEWELERS. II EAD QUAKTEK -Foil- Holiday Goods CHRISTMAS . PRESENTS, AND Eeantifttl Diamcni Binirs, AT R. J. RILES'. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. IU. PCTSAM CAUIOCB. ROBT. W. DAVIS Calhoiui & Davis, ATTORNEYS AT LAW.. PALATKA. FLORIDA. Will practice in State and Fulcra I Courts. TJATF.NTS fECUKKD t'S REASON A III. tC Work reliable; pais-rs rarelully X I erms. and leiraliy drawn. Write for iwrticulars. N I Coi.l amkh. Patent AHortM-rand Mechan ical KiiKtueer. Ht. ClH.d UuilduiK, Wasluna-too ll. C. dea-r LIVERY. LIVERY. FOR A FIKST-CLASU Horse and Buggy, Saddle Horses, Or anything in that line, tto the STABLES of J0IIX ILV.MSAUK, Front Street Palatka, Fla. V Terra t citv. moderate. Ovtly stables in the GROCERIES. GROCERS, Florida. - roo door ea?t of the Opera ' Real Agency. TTT Ran,riU7Xl. eaarht sail aaM w Ca BAKERY Mori SI aSSMmmtv. RAILROADS. FLORIDA SOUTHERN RY THE ORANGE BELT ROUTE. Cm sects at Paata Oamla with Manraa Uava MnsMn far Kay Wasa, Hawaaua mm New Onesaa. Tim TabU in Effect December 13, 1887. TRAINS GOING SOUTH. DAILY EXf KPT StNUAV U ibpm . tulpm , tlipn . inpa Illpm DAILY DAILY f.vPL Augustine lima - JacksuavUle- "nam Palatka IVltn "JTK W j.Kufta m - Interiacben..klam Ken km Mi Me, kin Hawthorn.... 11 us a m iainest-ille ..! a la - Um lM-im 11 :ia in iti p m Ikipm ats p m 4PB iuipm 4 ill p ra ft r n m iUpU S'lpm !Upa M S& p in Ar tainesvilla..UU6pm l.v Mawnopy lnblM) liaism Itra . . Ik-ala JJ Upu Wch-tiU4l licklawaha - k ke Weir 1 37 p in l-e.ilirif .. J. Iliipn kahumka ... t S2 P m tenter Hill ... Slips I'i niU-ibifl.. .. Ijupm :il p m ft W p iu liSpm IIKpni 51 p in Anivn Arrive llnaiksvUla ar :) p m HauoCity.. 4r p iu - Klculantl ltkeuuHi , Hartow Fort Meade. .. -Wachuia " I liar tic a pup. Arcadia .. ... Fort I ioicn.. . Cleveland..... Ar TralHie PuntaUunla., 2up n ft HI p in ft Mi p at IUpU Sun. only v iii a m b ui a Mam a 47 a m I'l Hi in liu 11 a m H) 1 a in 12 t: p m In 4H a m I 10 p in 11 2 a m ; tl P m ikipm 30 p m 1 4m p m 11 Sua 1 10 p m 13 10 p i TRAINS GOING NORTH. Lv I'unta Gorda TralMie ( JU a iu Cleveland.... Fort Oirilen. T OS a m Atvailia . 7 Si a m 10 ;w p m 11 ui p m II sA p m Bim 1 0 a m Sua in i a ra 4 Mim iu Arrive S au p in S 46 pm 12 D IB 3 M p m I 4 lp ui k IiT p m hariieApop Wauchula Fort Meade.. 47 a m llurtow " a a iu lkkelaml.... 11 fri iu liH-hlaud.. ..Ill 3.) a ut " 1 hide City ...10 All a ui llnsiksvillu .10 :la lu Pemla-rton ..1141am Center II ill . Itf us p ra Okatiumpka.US 'M p in Leeslairir It 45 p m b Lake Weir 1 Li p u IKklswaha Welnlltou m M'ala ..... .. 2 l.i p m a l.i p t s 4.1 p iu Arrival Sim S Ml a in 1 lu a in 7 -& a m a lu a ui 1 hilly t lira " Lucbbki Stupm KUam ipcanopy . .. t.an-vUle I III p n, S 40 a m lt h.-lie . . . ft :ai p m s X, a m Ar Gainesville.. 4 05 p m In Iu a m Lv hasthuriM.. il hi p u hi ills u McMeekiu. , ... Ill In t m Keuka lOKim Intertaehen. 4 13 p m 10 l a m " J ilkWJc. Itipm 11 In a ni Ar Palatka 4 V p m 1131am Jacksenville. 6 40 pm 1 3x p ro bu AuKusuua 4S&pm U&opm 4 Vll liiiin tUaia 7 : a ra S auau 8T. JOHNS AMI LAKR F.I'KTI OIVItMON. 1IA1LV KllllTM'MIAV. Lv am Lv am Ar pm Aram. 7 4f Astor 5 111 10 (!.... Kort Mason.. 31 V U-oluir 11 Z 7 1" Isuiiers II to 7 2-i .. . OrstiKT llctld IH -Vi 7: Iji.ll Iu4.'i 7 4- (i rand Island Ill .11 7-rsl lort Msaoll. ItISS sui loai .. ..Kuatis 3 10 Kil.t Suit loli. .Wt HiHiier r-w S.V. I In HI.. .'Isvsn-s t-t) W.'iO H Hl.riU ...Lane I'ark... XMJ UXt Arpra. A am. Lv p m Lv am. Sansay Only. Train ktavea Ixi-slMtra; at 2:10 p m ; rnv-s I-aiiu Park at M p iu: h-avea iMiie I'ark at 11:1U a ui: arrives at Lecaouric p iu. COXNECTIOSn. At Falatka with Jackwmvllle, Tampa ana Key West Hallway, and M. AiurustiiMi and I'a. lulka IL-iilwav. and last river sU-aiuers lu am! from tireen Cove M.rtuifx. JackaunvilHi and all isiiiiui North. Ijist and West- Mtui trains msve close cmnectMat nmn wava via- J. T. K. W. Ifv at Jacksutivilla with Atlantic I'istst Ijue. Fast Mail At Oainesvillu with tlirouKh I'lllluian sK-ep. era over snvstiiiah r lonila anil Western K y- tor Nw tlrlaiia. I'cusaoola. tHivaunah, Allsi- ny, Mi.ntu-ouicry, LouisvUlat bt. Louis and all At Ocala with Florida Hail war and Nsvlira- tion Co.. and H. S. O. A 1. K. K. At Astor with M J i in ns nver steameni lor Jui-ksonvilie. Manford and war landlnas. At leesinira- witn the m. Julius and lake Eustu div ision of tlss Klorida Southern lis 1 1 wsv. and tsstts on lke II arris, t-uaus aiul tlrtttin for all isrtnts ou Itkes. ' . ... .... . ' . . At 1 Mill m will! 111 ll l piniiiMiifsrvrrj aim day and liuirsday for Key west snd Havana. At Isikelaud with Mouth llorHla Kailnaul for Tampa, Kuaumniee, lrlalilo and hantoru. a runta IKirlawita steamers Anon ttow- anl and YValkaUHuica lor Fuiita lUaata and ort Myers. . CIINANT, J. A. LA UN Kit II, Io-im-i-hI Msnsirer. huis-iiisV-udeuL 8. C, IMVI KiN.O. F. a V. A. St Auostme ail Falatka RAILWAY ! "THE STANDARD SHORT UNL"j TIME TABLE No. 8. Talinz Effect ISimfiai, Dec. 18, 1E87. Maadard Tlasa 'OOthl Msridlasi. OAILV EXCEPT BLNIIAVS. WEST. EAST. HEA1 IMIWS, No. a No. L STATIONS. SKAll UP. No. X. So. i Lv. Lv. ..r. Ar. P.M. A.M. P. M. V. M. a 15.:. hi ... .. Ht. Ansrusune ... . . .12 M..S ; 17 at.. . t) n ... S 5 .'. 'Ai. .. a i.... S 47.... a as.... .New tit. Ausrustine. ri. A. A P. Juno... tmltha Mi.l.llet.Hi AnustronsT Holly llrsnch. ... ulls Memttcld Hocus Vista .'at tersnn villa.... VmkI Falatka ..It 47 .4 23 ..12 I..S .l 1- n. tat ..It IU .ft M .it 14 . ft 4U 5. i iK. 4.V S hi. 3 bt. 4 Ifi. . It m..ft 41 ..12 tf 7 4 UT. .11 A7 ..ft :cs an .. .11 1.1. A an 17. . 01..., .11 4N..ft si 4 24. . ... 11 411.. ft lit 4 .. S4 4 4U..S Ar. Ar. . Palatka-K b K'y Dock.. 11 Palatka J T A K W lxick 11 LV ft ! 4 4& Lv. Lv. 8LSUAT TKAINh. WEHT. EAHT. No. t. No. 4. No. 3. No. L Lv. Lv. Ar. Ar. P. M. A. M. A. M. P. M. 15 . SIM. .. . ft Atiftistin. ....11 07. S ISA ....II St .. .HI A7..S 13 17. S id ... ..New ht. AuarustiuM, .s in .tiU A. A P. Junctluu . a ar. s st. a 45. .a :u. a .'. s :a. i Sn .8 41. tmitlis.... .... Middleton , . . . Armstnaia; Holly H ranch Ouida Merntleld liuena Vista .Pattcrarmville. .... Vjut Palatka Palatka. F. S. U . Duck. Itl 4H..S ( ... HI .IS.. M iii : . 4U . ..Id 27. .ft i . .10 El. ft 3 ...m in.. ft xt .. HI 11. .ft 9t 4 tJ. S 47. 4 (17. .8 Ad. IIS AS 17. SHI. HI .. 34 111 HI.. A 15 I 41. 6 00 4 S4..S UU 4 a.... St. Ar. Ar. Lv. Lv. At Palatka connects with th Florida 8outb. era Hallway, Jacksonville, 1 am pa and Key West ltallwav. and bt. Jobtia and Halifax Kail n sol and ht. Jirtins Kiver steamers usaud from all (nstiU In South Flsrila. L'onuecta at Tisxa with ht. Johns Hirer steamers to points in South Florida. ST. JOHNS RAILWAY "THE ANCIENT CITY ROUTE." MAILT. WFJST KAhT K Mot NolO Ar Ar Ar AM AM P M No No 7 Not Lv lv l.v P M AM P M t 45. . HI an .It ) Ft A Vustine. S 45. . 13 an .4 45 1 as. t As. hi aa .ft :tl New ht Aus- IS KM. as. u ai ft 45 11 45. I.V....LV.. 4 41 m 4;i. li au. Ar... . 4.1 tt A A P Jo . auu....TocuL.... .Ar 4 : 4 ..Lv a 4... Ar.. Fla Station. W. J. JAttVIH. n. HupC ICE. PALATKA ICE FACTORY WjLL SOW DELIVER ICS IX aNT PAK7 OF THE CITY. ORDERS FROU A DISTACGE WU! reosav proapt attetikfcMk LOITIS CTJANOVsA P. O. BOX -A1H. i j. CEsCii son nurserymen ix fkctt" ostowwgrmtD to rati lira. FURNITURE Extraordinary FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS. F1N1T1E i Sml (lie ip pi b I prices LILIENTHAL'S, Leiron Street MNCT New Novels. The Latest Styles of Note Paper at Also a complete line gators, Leather Gooes, tiames and Florida Curiosities, Diaries re terick's Patterns. Oders by mail promptly attended to CANOI'. R & E J. ANCFACTITRKIW OF- HAfJD-nDE AMERICAN AND iTIUI Din .W-MVALR ANI FSE CANDffi FRUITS -AKO FREWH FRUIT GLACE. Tififi? stock of nacco including in Glas Barrels. 1ST paid for Fancy and and Mantfins. h. N REAL 1ST ATE 1. V7. J"L"W" Real Esate and Insurance. CRIU BLOCK, FOST-OFFIuE BUUJUMIi, mm. t rvr TdlVN LOTS. 0IIAM1K tl V will LANDS FOIt SALK. a BErBrF.NTl lO TUB tIE JETNA. of I lartfonl. Conn. HE HAKlrJlJ. nan HE l'lltKNIXJrf lliirviorii, vi". 1IHFT of llrtforI, lrtlll. SI'KINtihKL A M.). of8,.rinKn.M.M.ia. liEKMAN-AMlftCAN. f.f New York. iSKCHUlmV. of l-roviiletic. U I. S lSll Vw:i!CANTII.K, of I,,..l.,i. YA urK. MMKKClAt UNION, of la.lun. hi.glaii.l. IMI'KKIAU m Ir.n.li. Lntrliui.L aavil'lf ANCK. of Toronto. Cmiaila. fuAVELER ISSUBANCB tXJMl'ANY, of GAKLETON & KENNERLY, GENERAL INSUKANCB AOENTS, Roon2,Kennerly'&lllekiiiaii Work, Palalla, KF.PBXK.VT TUB FOLUIWINO INBt'BANCK OoMPAMI PHCENIXbf Brooklyn, N. Y. aTTTvT.TvjrrrTTTAT. ot New Orleans, La. HAMBUEG-BREMEN, aat a TCTTii tt FIRE and KDELm and CASUALTY CO., of Now Yfc FOR SALT Chirft Ilua neaasnd 1 1 iEBalasi.CcKai:u2 inomtr. BENWAY, WILSON & CO., BeaWenoa Vbm, FIims orange croves, tk.sjs and of A eras of un- Real Estate Brokers, BEOOISTILLE, EEBNAKDO CO, HA. LANDS 1I0UHT& SOU). ,..-.,s,,sj TiiaPaii. lean Itieiuut mprovast Lssbs at LOW PRICES. Homestsais tfekcted. COMMISSION VEETEEES fc CO., cerxmsiotj merchants Flour, Grits, CornHay Oats. Brnn Cotton Seed Meal and Fertilizers. OPPOSITE J.T.&HW R. R., SOUTH SIDE ariil tacaaia r " Inducements to Sit i times) AT Opjxisite Loeb's. 000. Ladies' and Gents Fine BOOK STORE. f Fishing Tackle, Alli 1000. Agent lor But- l c. cochkam:, fei Door lo lNist Ofllce, Palatka. F-UITS. NUTS. ETC. SMITH, SA WW RETAIL IlKALKItH IS Cigars and To- "GOLD FLAKE" Bright Oranges, Tangerines Lemon Street, near Water, 1MLATKA. FLA. AND INSURANCE. rALATKA. KIIVICS, AM) ITS BB FOLLOWING INHL'KANCK XiM'AMIit w....... of Hamburg, Germany. MARINE, Savannah, Ga t-ntrttRANCE CO., of Now YorK. .ttu 1h lltll nijrcif Fli.r Ida, laa Ilia KU lioat Isuids, tha lliifliast Illlls and iImi Irs-'t lloillia ut HstniiKsk In ilichl-Mleaiirroutid-Ihs-IL It baa t.GQO PopnlaiiOD. r.lirtiun stores, thres CJiurf;lie, BcLooU aotl Bank. mvU-1) w MERCMANT8. S