THE DAILY NEWS
Thb Daily News is published every morn-
Inir, except Monday. and delivered fy earners
v : i n the cit y, or waned, pitture 1 ree, $ for three
. Wi mouth, f forw i montluor $8 per annum.
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" column paper, published every lruuiy, eon
tuiniuir all the news of the week, local and
eeneral. It is the larpem and handaomegt
weekly paner published in Florida, aud will be
mailed, postage free, for 81 a year, or SO centa
for six nioullia. fcpeeiuxeu copies free to auy
- . . address.
Local advertisement. 'M cents per line for
first iriw-rtion, and It centa per line for each
additional insertion. fieuial notices. 1U centa
. per line. Reduced rates ou continued aflver
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All remittances should lie made by express,
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Addresa, 1HK KWS,
PALATKA. 1 1AIHIUA,
PALATKA. FLA.. FEB. 24, 1888.
Senator Ingalta is quoted as Baying
that In Kane a "the Prohibitioniats Lave
all,the law they want and the whiskey
drinkers have all the whiskey they
:, want." Senator Ingalls in himself a
We were unable to give place to-day to
u communication from one of the indig
nant visitors of Palatka who came to
see the President. So far as is kno-n in
Palatka the Florida Southern is not to
blame, but. the indignation to which
rent is given in the communication was
expressed by many. It is unfortunate
but we have no reason to believe that
the Florida Southern people knew any
thing more of the real state of the case
than the people of Palatka did. If they
did, no censure can be too strong for
them. We shall give the communica
tion apace to-morrow.
Palatka'g disappointment is deep. The
- announcement that the President would
stop here long enough to hold a popular
levee at the Putnam House liad stirred
tip everybody and the city presented a
holiday appearance. A great deal of
preparation was made for an illumina
tion in the evening and considerable ef
fort made to fitly receive the guest.
It was learned early in the morning
that the President would not stop in Pa
latka, not even for an hour. A commit
tee was sent to St. Augustine to endeav-
or to persuade Mr. Cleveland to change
his wind and give Palatka an hour.
This he positively declined to do. The
President's character in that respect is
well known. Call it firmness or obsti
nacy, he is certainly inflexible when his
mind is made ux.
The fact is Mr. Cleveland's mind was
made up before he left Washington that
he would visit the Ponce de Leon as the
guest of Mr. Flagler and in a private
capacity. This should have been made
known in an unmistakable way before
lie arrived in the State.
Evidently our committee sent to Jack-
sonvi le to see the President bad blun
dered and the people are rightfully
vuriuus to know whose blunder it was.
Mr. Griffin wired the information, he
says he received it from Mr. Conant, an
other member of the committee. From
whom the well Known railroad manager
rd-eived this piece ef erroneous informa
tion could not be learned last night when
a representative of this puer tril to
find him but doubtless he can give a
No one was to blame for thus mislead
ing the people but the committee and
the committee says it was honestly mis
taken. They had no reason for deceit,
were not men who would wantonly de
ceive and deplore the result as deeply as
This we say as extlanatiou to the hun
dreds of visitors from other places who
expressed their indignation with great
warmth last night.
NATIONAL JACZSONIAN LEAGUE
An organization for political instruc
tion, intended to include especially
young Democrats or those who wish to
learn what the principles are upon
which the Democratic party is based has
been proposed and the first "subordi
nate council" has been or is about to be
formed at Newark, IS. J. It is designed to
1ms a national non-secret society with Na
tional, State and subordinate councils.
the aim being unity of action and con
stant interchange of views and supply
. ing the lack of full information as to
many of the vital topics now agitating
The name adopted is "The National
Jacksonian Legion," the principles gov-
erning the Legion are slated to be "Hope
and abiding faith in the great principles
of Democracy as set forth by Thomas
Jefferson, Andrew Jackson, Martin Van
Buren, tJrover Cleveland and other
statesmen of like character
Its objects are formally 'stilted to be
the introduction into political organiza
tions of new, interesting and novel pr
ceedures thereby bringing within such
organizations those whose minds politi
cally are not matured; to establish a
school for the education of our young
men in the true principles of Democracy;
to establish a system of debates and lec
tures having a bearing upon all great
principles of political economy; to arouse
th people to the great good to lie ac
complished for our whole nation by
proper political and social intercourse.
"It is not,' the declaration of princi
ples says, "the object of this Legion to
further political aspirations of any man
or liody of men except so far as giving
an individual support to the Stale and
National tickets of the Democratic
Education in party principle is badly
needed in a day when we see some
Democrats defending Protection and
others advocating sumptuary laws.
The workings of this political educa
tional society will le watched with
interest if it proves that it has any
vitality in it.
To Mt the Prttidcnt Prlato School-Prosperous-Doing
their Town a Wrong.
VorrasmmOrtue of the PalalHa Aett.
, Hawthorne, February S2.
Washington's Birthday and President
Cleveland are calling on us at Jackson
ville. Several citizens left this morning
for Jackwuville to see the President and
hia wife, among them F. M. Jolly, Dr.
W. U. Johnson, Master Neut Johnson,
Mr. R. Adkins, of Adkins Brothers, Mr.
T, C. Holden and others.
- A private echool was begun Monday
to continue two months, with Mrs. F.
M. Jolly as teacher. .
Verily Hawthorne is on a boom,
. which bids fair to lead to pleasing re
sults. Numbers of tourists liava been
prospecting Lers during the month,
with a view to locating and making in-
wuueuis. iMiruucrs or small real es
tate transfers have already been made.
Mr. J. E. Butts, of Taylor, Texas.,
opont two weeks here with his former
Texas friend Mr. W. H. Thorpe, and
bought the store and lot near the Flor
ida Southern depot. He returned to
Texas Monday to remove his family here
and remain permanently with us. We
give such citizens a cordial welcome.
I. Wm. II. Webb is temporarily fill
ing the palpit of the Presbyterian Church
since the retirement of Dr. J. L. Lyons
whose ill health has interfered with his
-Rev. J. T. Lt'itner- has accepted the
pastorate of the Baptist Church, and is
an earnest, able Christian, much be
Mr. Sain Butler has purchased the lot
ami residence r.psiie R. B. Weeks
property, and w ill remove here from
A pleasant party of tourists was de
layed here on Thursday, and will be
remembered pleasantly by those who
had the pleasure of entertaining them
1 lie party consisted of Mrs. E. O. Wells.
Miss Lula S. Wells, Mr. F. O. Kilharo.
Mrs. K. E. VVhitsitt, all of Denver, Col
They were en route from Havana to St,
Augustine and Jacksonville.
Some persons calling themselves good
citizens, have acted with such injudi
tiousness as to call forth the indignation
vi me citizen?, liiey have misrepre
sented and run down property owned by
their fellow townsmen to buyers, thereby
running off several who would other
wise have bought, and the citizens to
meet such underhand words have post
ers out to warn all desiring to purchase
against such sharks and sharpers.
Tnr Manner In Which it was Celebrated at Inter
' lachert A Pteatant Affair.
t'lurrmtHitulrnet. of th Palatka News.
Interlace: en, February 23.
The celebration of Washington's Birth'
a ay at Hotel Lagonua last evening was
a grand success. Abont seventy-five
oersons were present and all seemed to
be happy. C. B. Knapp took the char
acter of Gen. Washington and Miss
Belle W. Hume that of Lady Washing
ton. They were ably assisted in the re-
ception,by Miss Castle and Mr. Thomas
Miss Castle as Miss Curtis, daughter
t Lady Washington, and Mr. Bean as
Gen- Lafayette, and Miss Florence-
Birchard as the daughter of Gen Put
u inr. ,
j ne guests as they amvea were re-
cnived and intnxluced by H. Woxel in
the character of Gen. Putnam. A large
number of the guests were dressed in
A. L. Ross apiieared as a Tennessee
farmer; Miss Gertrude Ross as Kate
Greene way; Rugby Ross as Roly Poly
Rev. V. ). Brown as chaplain; C. A,
Brush as Postmaster General; H. C.
Hastings as Robert Baker; W. Freeborn
as Secretary of the Navy; Ada Bolston
as Minnel aha : Clyde O, Bolston as
Caipco, the isniisole Chief; J. R. Bailey
as Hiawatha. .
Refreshments were served at 9:30.
after which the dining room was cleared
and a set was formed for the Virginia
reel. Dancing was continued for some
The music was furnished by Mr. Fried
lander ou violin, accompanied by Miss
Gertrude Bro.wn on the piano.
Music, both vocal and instrumental,
was disixmsed during the evening. Mr.
Thomas Bean sang a solo, and Wood
and Bean sang a duet.
Miss Georgia Hueff gave some fine
Altogether the evening was a pleasant
one, and the guests expressed the desire
that the General and Martha might live
to see the re turn of many of the same.
THE NEW ENGLAND SOCIETY.
A Largely Attended Meeting to Organize
The Metropolis, Wednesday. .
At 10 a. m. to-da , pursuant to a call
of serei.il New Englanders, a large num
ber of natives of the New England
Srates assembled at the Board of Trade
rooms and proceeded to organize a soci
ety, the object of which is social and lit
ei ary intercourse.
On motion of Gen. Bentley the consti
tution was read by sections and dis
cussed. The name. "The New England Society
of Florida." was adopted.
Then followed the reading of other
sections, which were amended and dis
cussed. The section to make the admission fee
$3 brought out considerable discussion,
it was generally agreed to make it $3
instead of f 5.
The next discussion was upon the day
of holding the annual meeting. It was
dwided by vote to hold on the 22d day of
The meeting was called to order by
Mr. S. C. Chandler.
Upon motion of Gen. G. W. Bentley,
Mr. Chandler was elected teniDorary
chairman, and on motion of Mr. Meeks,
Mr. C. S. Adams was elected secretary.
Upon motion of Dr. Knight, all present
who desired to become members were
requested to hand in their names written
upon slips of paper.
Dr. Knight, E. M. Cheney and Mr.
Weeks were requested to take up the
slips and record them. The following
From Connecticut - Silas A. Bradlev,
Dr. A. J. Wakefield, Thomas W. Jud-
son, U C. lX'ming, R. H. Mason, A. B.
Mason, G. W. Bentley, O. li. Goodrich,
F. P. Bachler, E. F. Gilbert, E. K. Fos
ter. From Massachusetts H. A. Hodges,
C. L. Ila.Urook, F. S. Hodges, Frank R.
Leonard, Benj. F. Burleigh, Joseph H.
Siotford, Henry M. Smith, J. B. Henck,
rlwara 21. Cheney, Arthur F. Dodge,
Dr. F. O. Nichols. Louis A. Barnes, John
G. Nichols. J. F. Dean, M. S. Cartter. F.
H. Rand. N. S, Dunklee.
From Maine Dr. C. H. Malette. M.
W. Drew, 15. P. Hazeltine, A. D. Steph
ens, Dr. A. W. Knight, H. K. Newbert,
J. W. White. Zina U. lilair, John K.
Russell, M. R. Bean, Wm. J. Welch, W.
A. Dunn. J. C. Greeley, T. H. Bogue.
From New Hampshire John F. Rol
lins, John W. Weeks, A. R. Brown, W.
W. Dewrhurst, B. t. Burpee, J. btewart.
Charles Holmes, J. G. Sinclair, J. B. C.
Drew, C. O. Livingston, S. Conant.
From Vermont H. r. Dutton, C. R.
Pearce, J. F. Tenney, S. A. Adams, S.
F. Gale, P. Q. Robbins, Dr. E. H. Thach-
er, xieury ts. t nuDD, u. ti. waru, Chas.
. Perry, H. Beebe, M. vv eoster.
From Rhode Island Geo. C Ellis.
Mr. Weeks was then requested to read
the papers for the beueht of the meet
ing and for which it was called.
All was plain sailing for several sec
tions until the matter of annual dues was
reached. Here another discussion ensued
upon motion to make it $5 instead of
$2. This was lost and the $2 fee adopted,
also $1 as annual fees.
1 he constitution was, as amended.
X ue by-laws were laid over for consid
eration till the next annual meeting.
juajor conant strongly urged that ail i
DAILY NBWS-PAIATKA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MORNING, frEBKOA&Y
men in Florida, natives of New England,
uo ciuuum as raemoers. -
It was agreed to make the object of
the society literary and social.
It was agreed to give ten dava notice
of all called meetings. -
Those who desired to become members
were then invited to come forward with
$2. The invitation was liberally re
The next business was the election of
A motion to elect by ballot the presi
dent and that of three to nominate other
officers, was made and adopted.
Messrs. Weeks, Dewhurst and Webb
were appointed the Committee on Nomi
nations. Dr. Knight and Mr. Sponord were ap
The vote was announced for president
E. K. Foster, 2; General Bentley, 2:
Humner C. Chandler, 1; E. M. Cheney,
1; H. F. Dutton, 2, and Sherman
A committee then escorted Major
Conant to the chair, and in a handsome
speech he acknowledge-! the compliment.
Tlie committee on nominations re
ported, as nominated, the following
which were duly elected and the meet
ing adjourned sine die: - ;
For Vice Presidents E. K. Foster, of
Sanford; G. W. Bentley, of Jacksonville;
H. F. Dutton, of Gainesville, and S. O.
Chandler, of Palatka.
Secretary C. S. Adams, of Jackson
ville. Treasurer John F. Rollins, of Fort
Board of Directors S. F. Gale, of
Jacksonville; Arthur Hamlin, of De
Land;F. IL Rand,, of Sanford, W. W.
Dewhurst, of St. Augustine. '
Speeches upon ditferent subjects be
fore the meeting were made by Messrs.
S. Conant, G. W. Bentlev, E. M. Clieney,
Silas Bradlev, Weeks, W. W. Den
hurst, P. Q. Robbins, Rev. S. F. Gale
and others. '
THE PENDULUM BIRD.
Tha Wyoming Clock Bird Ticking Off the Time at
Sunrise, Noon and Sunset.
New Orleans Times-Democrat,
Lajjdee, W. T., February 10.
It has been the writer's recent privi
lege to closely observe the habits of that
rare and curious Fpecimen of feathered
tribes, known as the Wyoming clock or
pendulum bird, the opportunity of such
observation occurring on a hunting ex
padition with Jack Gaylor. The old
hunter led us straight into the haunts of
the pendulum bird (what Wyoming
Mountain haunts does. Hunter Jack not
know, by the way?) and we observed at
The habitat of this bird appears to be
exclusively confined to the rather nar
row radius described by the spurs and
ridges which shoot oil from the main
Wind Mountain rantre to cluster about
the sources ot the Papoagir, as diligent
inquiry on the part ot your correspond
ent has failed to locate it elsewhere.
The Wyoming pendulum bird is what
its name indicates a natural time
keeper, measuring otf an hour at three
different jieriods of the day, with the
regular tick, tick, tick of the clock or
watch, and sway of the pendulum.
This feathered freak of nature, in iron
eral apjwarance and characteristics, ap
pears to he a combination of quail and
sniie. It is considerably larger than the
quail of our noyliood days, wno so mu
sically annouueed himself as "Bob
White, and indeed, in size, the pendu
lum bird nearly approaches the pheas
ant. In color it is coal black, with un
der feathers of such soft and thick tex
ture as to almost deserve the name o!
down, while its sturdy legs are feath
ered to the toes. In body it is plump
ana rouna as eminently becomes a quai
ana is rurnisiiea with a long and pointei
bill which just as eminently liecomes a
snipe. The bird is active of foot (as
well as of wing), and it is singular and
laughable to see it moving about on the
ground with its short quad-like neck
sporting the incongruous attachment of
the long, snipe-like bill
To this long, snipe-like bill, however,
the pendulum bird of the W ind Moun
tains owes both name and fame. It is
the most important, as it is the most pe
culiar portion of the bird's anatomy. To
that long bill is attached the natural
mechanism which enables the pendulum
bird to measure olf the hours and
proudly pose as the timekeeper of the
Wind Mountains. This bill is some four
inches in length. On the under and
near the point of the lower mandible
rests a hard, ball-shaped substance
about an inch in circumference, and
in this ball is found the pendu
lum of the feathered keeper of
time. Three times during each day does
the curious metaphorphosis from a bird
to a clock take place, vix: at sunrise, at
noon and at sundown. As the sun rises,
as he attains his meridian, and as he
sinks to his fall, the licndulum bird re
spectively seeKs some high wrch, usu
ally the loftiest limb of a tree, prepara
tory to business. The hard ball on the
underside of the bill sliiw ouietlv and
easily from its place and hangs sus
pended bv a stout, cord-like ligament;
then sways backward and forward the
pendulum m regular rhythmical move
ment, and on the mountain air comes
the tick! tick! tick! bv which the hour
is exactly and plainly marked off.
Though close investigation has betn
made it has not yet been discovered
whether the "tick" accompanying the
pendulum belongs to the pendulum
movement or whether it is a vocal effort
of the birth itself. It is probably the
latter . as the sounds is very loud and
distinct (as clock-ticking eoes). so much
so, indeed, that when a dozen or more of
these birds are marking time at once the
listener has little difficulty m imaerinine
himself in a vast and acscravated watch
and clocK emporium.
White keeping time the pendulum
Dira is deaf and blind to all else, attend
ing strictly (as every well regulated pen
dulum should) to the business on hand.
Apparently the bird cannot, or will not,
break the enthrallment of its own rhyth
mical if slightly monotonous melody.
The spell the bird thus lays upon it
self is very often a fatal one as while
wrapt in the discharge of its singular
duties the poor timekeeper is readily ap
proached and slain. In almost every
instancejwhere the pendulum bird falls
a victim to the hunter it "ticks its own
death knell, as, generally speaking, this
quail-snipe is possessed or a most alert
and robust judgment in regard to the
danger limit. Therefore (as the flesh of
the bird is highly esteemed) as soon as
the well known tick, tick, resounds
through the mountain ferns the hunter
generally abandons all other game pur
suit until he has satisfied his lonning for
a delicious quail-snipe fry.
The pendulum bird breeds in all re
spects like a quail, though the eye can
discern no difference in the appearance
of the male and female birds. It nests
on high ground, and makes a perfect
glutton of itfelf in devouring the many
and delicious vatirties of Wind Moun
tain berries. On the other hand, it also
largely affects marshy spots as feeding
grounds, and uses its long bill with
snipe-like agility and persuasion in cap
turing and manipuiatuig the unlucky
worm and the baa ly victimized water
spider. : ;
Lovers of the curious approaching the
bizarre can thoroughly en joy themselves
bv a visit to the Wind Monnrain haimij
of Wyoming's pendulum bird. G. R. C.
He Never Ate tiottd Home Made Bread.
Sew York Evening Sun.
J. H. G. Do not ruin the tern proa and
stomacts of your houseliold by asiateur
bread maUng when there are thousands
of men in this city who have spent their
uvtrjas pruieHhiouius 10 learning I lie Dest
way to make it. They will do the work
for you cheaper than you can buy the
flour. "Home made" bread never waa
fit for a Christian stomach. It has
caused more crime than "envy, hatred
mauce ana au uncnantalileness, for it
is a producing cause of all these and
many more vices.
For -worn-otrt," "run-down,- debilitated
school teaetaers, mlluners. aeamstreasea, boum
keepera.. and overworked women (renerally.
Dr. Pierce' Favorite Preacnptioa to the best
of all restorative ton ica. It ia not a " Cure-al' '
but admirably fulfill a aine-ienea of purpoan,
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cure weakness of stomach, tnditmrtion. bloat
ing, weak back, nervoua prostration, debility
and sleeplessness, in either e. ?aorite Pre
scription is sold by drutnrlnts under our posi.
tivr. guarantee. Sec wrnnrxrr around bottl",
Price 9I.OO, or alx bottles for $5.00.
A larjre treatise on Dweasrs of Women, pro
fusely illustrated with colored plates and nu
merous wood-cits, sent for 10 oenta in stamps.
Address, World's DisraifpART Medical
Association, t6t Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y.
IICK HEADACHE, Billons Heartache,
and Constipation, promptly cured by
Dr. Pierce's Pellets. Sue. Vll.
UNTER AND BY VIRTUE OP A DECREE
of foreclosure made by the Hon. J. J. l in
ley. Judge of the Filth Judicial Circuit ot
Florida, on the loth DA Y UK JaNUAKY,
in a certain cause in Chancery for Put
nam County wherein A. K. Almy is complain
ant aud Martin L. Davis and Mdttie H. Davis
are defendants, and by which decree I am ap
pointed a Special Master iu Chan-ry to execute
said decree, I will oifer for sale at public auc
tion, to the hiirhwt bidder, for eash. between
the usual hoursof saleon Mondar, the 5th DAY
OF MAKCH, 1KK8, the same bein? tiie sale day
for said month, in front of tue front door of
the Conrt House in Palatka, Florida, all the
following described land Hitiuited in the city of
Pulatka, County of Putnam and State of Flor
ida: fieghining' at the northeast corner of
illock 2'o. lix! at the intersection ot" Orange and
Jones, according to the nutpor plat of said city
of Palatka, Florida, and from thence run
south alouf? the west line of Jones street fifty
(50) feet: then west and parallel with the soutii
line of Oranie street 100 feet; thence uortll ami
parallel with the nest line of Jones street ill
feet to the south line of Orange street: thence
east aloiix the south liue of Orange street 1(10
feet to the place of bet?imiinjr being a lot 50
feet on Jones street an-; 1(W feet deep on Or
ange street in the northeast corner ot Lot No.
Six. Block lii-'t Purchaser to pay for deed.
fe3-5tF Special Master.
IS A LINIMENT PERFECTLY
HARMLESS.AHO SHOULD BE USED A
FM MONTHS. BLf ORE CONFIHBMFNT.
SEND FOR BOCrO TO MOTHERS .
fcsa ATLAHTA.GA. '
ROBERT G. LYLE,
FRUIT AND pUODrCE
179 Itcailc Street,
J3rF Flo da Fruilsand YetrelaMesa Spc'i:iltr.
Mr. W. Covcrdale,
Late precentor of beverlym in-
steb, England, is now prepared to give lessons
in both Vocal aud Instrumental Music. Will
also tune and repair all kinds of Musical In
strumcHta. Forty tears' exiierience.
I'. O. Address, Mannville, Fla.
Money to Loan
AT tf:n per cent, interest and
Commissions, on Florida linDnivral and
productive property, in eity and count.
appiy to nana 01 .-Seville, Seville, Florida.
Iu first application descrilie the seciintv
fully aa possible.
M. F. UOBIXSON,
wste. Send for an. T wiH 1(11 m
1th fWfmi-jnDwl enrl
vruar aoa pay Mimor p.tt wnen
tm tret OTKao. bend r.U. order Krf-
frtwd liUx or by Expreaa. Addreae
iirl 1 1 TTi
Some Bii Fires of
A. I. 17S4. Dock yards,
icf .:.u, i. n t
1 1 si 15. St. Th imas. 1 K) wan. -
1-1-. ij-hi nre mjMwci.w
1S15. "Miramichi lire,"
1R.C. New York eitv
Moral -"Insure in the
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS,
Kooiu 2, Jvennerly & Jlictman Block, Palatka,
REPRESENT THE FOLLOWING INSCRANCE1COMPANIES:
PHOENIX, of Brooklyn, N. Y.
SUN-MUTUAL, ot New Orleans. La. -
BA VAJXNAH FIRE and MARINE, Savannah, Ga
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.. of New York
FIDELITY and CASUALTY CO., of New York.
GREAT BANKRUPT SALE !
Less Than Cost. Terms
Si. Anostlne & Sontli Bead
TIME TABI.S NO. 3 STANDARD TIME.
Ooiuit East Leave St. Auirustine (Central
W bai f 1, at e. 8, h and U a. m, Li m. and I, 2, 3,
Gotuff West Leave Ocean Beach (returning)
at S. V, 10 aud 11 a. m U m. and L, 2, 3. t and 5
tT"HaIf-hourly on Sundays. -
January 23, 1SK8. - . f lb-lf
ST. J01LNS &' HALIFAX
For Orruoutl, Dajtoua and
Xew Smyrna, HoeUeiige.
TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
No. 1, .No. 3.
Lv Jacksonville, J., T. A
K. W. Ky.... 8:00 a m . 12:.10 p.m.
lv r-i. .uicusiiiie. V A.
. . 8:00 -
Lv Palatka, J., T. 3c K. W.
kLv Kolieston, t,J.
lOiR . 3:4o
....12-.2U " .. e.-oo
, 1215 " .. 6:15
Ar Holly Hill
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
Lv Daytona..... 7::la.m... !:; n.m.
Lv Holly Hill 7:12 " ..!::
Lv Ormoud ... . 7:57 " .. 1:50
Lv Rolleston, J T. & K.
W. ferry 1030 " .. 3:30 "
Ar Palutka, J., T. & K. W.
ferry 1H0 " .. 3M "
Ar St. Augustine, St, A. &
P. Ky... 12up.m. .. 6:25 "
Ar Jacksonville, J T. &
K. V. Ky 1:40 " .. 6:10 "
Trains No. 1 and 3 make connection at Day
tona with steamer leaving 7:0 a. m. follom inif
morninir for Port Orange, New Smyrna. Titus
ville and Koekledite.
Trail 18 No. 2 and 4 make close connection at
Ilollesu m with ferry for Jacksonville and St.
Auurustitie, also with steamers for pointa on St.
Johns and Ockluwaiia Rivera.
U. J. WH ITE. W. II. PINl.REE,
Pi-es. G. P. A.
Jacksonville, Tampa and
Kej'-West Hail way.
On and after December llth, 1SvS7, passena-er
trains will leave PALATKA iLeinun Street
Station) aa follows:
4:21 A. M. Cpban Fast MAiMdaily): Arrives
at Jacksonville 6:30 A. M.. ami has Pull
- man buffet Slceomir Cars through to
Washinirton without change.
11:24 A. M. Arrives at Jacksonville 1:28 P.
M. Has Monarch Parlor linnet Cars, and
connects with train for the North, leaving
JACKSON YiLLE at 2: P. M.
4:47 P. M. Arrives at Jacksonville 6:40 P,
M. Has Monarch Parlor Buffet Cars, and
connects with West-bound train at Jack
sonville. GOING SOUTH.
10:03 A. M. (Tampa and Indian Rivek)
Arrives at Sunford 12:47 P. M.: Titusville,
2:08 P. M.; OrMndo. 2:12 P. M. : Bartow,
6:60 P. M.; Tampa, 6:20 P. M. Has Mon
arch Parlor Buffet Cars to Sanford.
2:15 P. M. Ci-ban Fast MAiL(daily) Arrives
at Sunford 4:30 P. M : Tavares. 6:06 P. M.:
Orlando. 6:36 P. M. : Tampa, 9:10 P. M.
Hus through Pullman from New York to
'i'aiupa, and connects with steamship
Olivette or Mascotte for Key West and
Havana on Mi unlays, Thursdays and Satur
day's. 6:00 P. M. Arrives at Sanford 8:48 P. M
and carries Monarch Parlor Biuret Car.
Ex-ept where indicated, trains do not run
S'.indays. A connecting trtm leaves l.Ai'KK
stkkkt Station ten minutes Ix-fore time
given at Imon Street, except that no con
nection is made with Cuban Mail Train north
ward. Fast Mail South Hluie only at impor
tant stations. ncket.H on sale at tty iickei
Oilice, It. kumniKC, Agei:t. sod at Uith Sta
turns. U . DEM1NG, G. T. A.
M. K. MORAN. Gen. Stipt.
January 1, lHiH. dciVtf
T HAVE LEFT FIFTY GOOD HOMES
X which I offer to actual settlers at living
price. 1 nave improved and t nimproved
nicely located, several Lake Fronts, high pine
lands. Titles direct from the Government, in
vicinity or liiterlachen, Keuka, and Pieasan
Valley: a few Groves fmm 2 to 10 acres each:
have a few Places with good Kesideuc4 and
G roves,Building Lotsand Cnimproved Ixta in
town. My prices are reasonable. Call on or
INTEKLACIIKN, f I A
is oprt4 srlmllar to the flnewt French Mmie Boxes mn&
FI.AVH UHO TI'NF.S, from w.IutoriTmn, with
perfect tune and lime. Hires hotter tiifrtfnn thn
A nUrJIRcU UULLAK PARLOR ORGAN
o f.t-11 1 iiiies nor picuum. i ni vrm M the perifc
tion of musical i?i 9tru menu nrl thm srranditt anrf twtmt
BirTf)Uou ibtraiDeatevr pre- CAPDlTi RI 1 1 6 1 0
Dted to the public. It pl OAlll LU III U Ol Ut
DiAribntd. n al 11 to. ruLlAS. JISS. HllLS.
Opers Selection!, Popnlmr 8ontr, Cfaurch music, u well
u my otkb. Nmhinjf grander, or combining eo maaj
icwuraciu i mana in r reara or pwipi m upic doin, roii
EITHER SEX. IN EVER Y I.Ot A LIT V. and
OFFfcK SI II IMM CEMENTS THAT
FA RN EST WORK Kits CANNOT FAIL Tt
MAKE 10 TO fc.WO PER MONTH. Whw
'svssrfss: Fries only Six Dollars.
In RF.l l'TI ITI'I I V sTiaDwn iicdu l.l
liirht. if too want it sent CO. 1. eenU 02.50 whm yoa
CO. 122 Nassan SHeeL New Yort
W. J. WEBB
Cash. Store U 21 Lciaoa Street
11. F. K0BEUTS.
ORANGE BELT ROUTE."
Oa and after December lab, ISC, trains will
run as follows:
9.60 A. M. PunU Gorda Fast Mail dally,
leaves Palatka 9.S0 . M. fur Uaineavilie,
Ocala, Leetilainr, Mrooksville, Lakeland.
i?In7 ""ru.'w. arrivinir TliABUi and
PI M A GOKDA 8.30 P. M.
2. P. M. Ex pre daily except Sunday, leaves
Palatka 2.0b p. .M., for Leeabura-. Eivbs,
lavares, ljine Park Orlanda and way
ulatK.iw. From leHbnry- to Km tin, Tav-
J"e rark, Orlanda and ay slatioua
3.15 P. M. Ac-ommolatioc daily except Sun
day, kavea Palataa 3.1i P. M. fur t.aiut
vule aud way stations.
Trains leave TRABCE and PUNT A tiOKDA
HJdU A. M., arriviuir Palatka p. M., Jack
sonville ti.0 P. M-, Anirustiue L25 V. M.
Trains leave LEFISBrRQ .25 A. M., arrivina
Palatka UjAl A. M.. Jacksonville 1.2s p. M "
ISL Auifustiue 12.aU P. it.
Trains leaves SILVER SPRINGS via F. R. A N.
V1, -T8 A- M- arrivinn Hawthorne 114
A. M, Palatka, via Fla. So. Ry J.uu P. W.
The Morgan Line Steamers
llutebinsou and Clinton.
Arrive at Punta Gorda from New Orieans
every 8aturlay, aud leave for Key West
and Havana same day.
Arrive from Key West and Havar every Fri
day and leave for New Orleans same day.
These steamers hind direetly at Florida South
ern Railway dock.
HOTEL PCNTA GORDA, at Trabue. is now
S. CONANT, General Manager.
St AiiisliEe aii mU
"THE STANDARDSHOi?T LINE."
TIME TABLE No. 8.
'Mini Effect Sunday, Ici. 18, 18S7.
Mautlard riiue iSOtli) Merldlau.
DAILY EXCEPT SPNDA VS.
No. No. L
1". M. A. M.
3 15.. 8 t) ...
a IT. .a 02..
3 25 . 8 Id ...
3 37.. 8 22. .
3 4o .8 .HI ..
8 oil.. 8 &". ..
3 Or!.. 8 1....
ot. .8 as....
4 PI.. 8 ft ..
...St. Auiruatine . . ..
New 1st. Augustine...
..SLA.4 P. Juuc
....Holiv Branch .....
. . . .Itncna Vista....
Pnlutk V M O'v
. tl H2
4 17. . 01....
4 3 '
.5 i .'
. 4 .1
'alatka J T Jt ii W liock
WrST. . EAS'l'.
no. a. i.. i. No. 2. Mu. 4.
i.v. l.v. Ar. Ar.
P. M. A. M. A. M. P. M.
3 In.. 8 U St. Augustine 11 07. 25
3 17. .8 02 New St, Auirilxtine.. .11 05. .6 22
3 av.8 10 St. A. 4 P. Junction.. .10 57.. 8 13
a ot. .8 -a tmitli8 10 4H..6 t
6 4.'i..8 JU 'Middlcton 10 38. .5 54
3 50. .8 35 A riimt ronif 10 3;j. .5 4
3 5H..8 41 Molly Branch 10 27. .5 43
U3..S4 u Ids 11121. 5 37
4 07.. 8 52 Meirilield ' 10 1H..8 32
M..a a.. llu.-na VimU 10 II. .5 2i
i- 01 PatteiHonville 10 08.. 5 23
4 24.. W 0 East Palatka 10 UI..5 15
4 j..v Z4..i'aiatka. s. it'y. Dock.. 45. .5 OU
"r. r. l,v. l.V
At Palatka connecta with the Florida Sum a.
em Kailway, Jacksonville. Tamna and Kev
West Kailway, and St. Johua and Halifax
hailroad and Johns River steamers to and
irom an (Minna in oouth Honda.
Connects at Tocoi with St. Johns Elver
steamers to points Iu south Honda.
ST. JOHNS RAILWAY
"THE ANCIENT CITY ROUTE."
No 9 No 7 No 5 No No 8 No 10
i-v l.v i.v Ar Ar
- - - -'i v. r m
1 48. 10 33.-5 ;.New M Au. 0 42. .12 28. .4 43
2 58. .10 43.. 5 43.St A P Je. 33.. 12 20 . 4 35
3 45. .11 30.. HI Tocol 5 45.. 11 45.-4 til
Ar...Ar....Ar Lv.. .Lv....Lv
W. J. JAHVIS.
KOH A K1KST-CLASS
Horse and Buggy,
Or anythinir In that line, a-o the STABLES of
JOHN HAM SAUK,
Front Stree Palatka, Fla.
t"Ternu rorira(. IKily stahle iu the
11 EAD QUARTER S
Beantifnl Diamoij Eiiip,
R. J. RILES'.
BKWJ. P17TAM CAl.HOtT!. IUJBT. W. D4VIH
Calhoun & Daris,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Will practice In State and Federal Court.
"PATENTS 8ECUKKD OX REASON A HLK
I Terms. Work reliable; papers careluily
and lew-ally drawn. Write for particular. S
L. Col.LAMr.H. Patent Attomerand Meeban-
irai Kn4tiiMr, bt. cloud Muiiding, waahtnabfo
u. t aeb-tr
wb nv vii 1
WUX NOW DELIVER IC1
N ANY PART OF THE CITY.
ORDERS FROM A DISTANCE
Wil! reoelve prompt attesiVoa.
LOUIS C. CANOVA,
PO" BOX 18l
CANDIES. FRUITS. NUTS. ETC.
R. & E. J. SMITH,
E, FRUITS, ITS,
FRENCH FRUIT GLACE.
Large stock of Cigars and To
bacco, including "GOLD FLAKE"
in Glass Barrels.
EST" Cash paid for Fancy and Bright Oranges, Tangerines
Xo. 8 Lemon Street, near Water,
PostOHiee JJox 342. PALATKA, FLA,
MAYING HOUGIIT 1' 1 1 1 C
Entire Stock of Furniture
Of McGlellan & Ellis
Also D. iflQWI,
I WILL SELL TIIK SAME AT
tES3ESSSS3S3Sri Ai iV
B. L. LILIENTH AL
The Latest Styles of Laches' and Gents' Fine
Note Paper at
Also a complete line
gators, Leather Goods, Games and Florida
Curiosities, Diaries for
terick's Patterns. Orders by mail promptly
attended to F. C. COCJIKAXE,
13. u . G-xooxrLS
FANCY GRO GERY AND BAKERY.
A Specialty of Fine
Trade. Orders by mail
Lemon Street, one door east of the Opera
House, Palatka. Fla.
D. W. Efiway C. S. fuse J. I C B. EasffiJUf.
W. S. Jentiass, CinsnlaJS iKsrasy.
BBNffAT, WILSON k CO,
Real Estate Brote,
ERooisYnu; eeesakdo co, ha. ;
LANDS B0UCUT & SOLD.
Cltoiee Uug neas and
Keaidence Lo's, Fine
orange preves, thous-
anils of Acres of un-
mprovetl Lands at
Titles lETisnEaa. Tais
VERTR-EES So CO.,
Flour, Grits, Corn, Hay, Oats, Bran
i - Cotton Seed Meal and
OPPOSITE J. T. & K. W R. R., SOUTH SIDE
laVAll orJ'jrs will recir pTompt siUrBtion sad TUfc-kshipawn sasydtv - - -
HE4 lit 1 M K 1 V
RETAIL DE.1LERS IN-
r 11 IH lliSSa
of Fishing Tackle, Alli
1888. Agent for But-
Next Door to Post ORlie, I'dlalka.
Cream Bread for Family
promptly attended to.
The 11:11 Otyol flr.r.
i'iH. Una 1 !c Rk-lirs
Ijmdi, the Highes
Hills and the Largest
lilies ot Hammock
lit? it. It has
Eighteen store, three
Fail Uiu legctiaisd.
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