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Groceries !
never worry the housewife.
Those not so (resh cause all the : a
Our Specialty is
Fresh Groceries.
' We get them fresh by every
You can always have them
Fresh "when you buy of us.
'Nether thing about our Fresh
Groceries they don't cost anv
more than the other fellow charges
for the other kind The kind not
so fresh.
It's the CREST BRAND. If
you drink It once you will never
take any other klhd.
Also everything else that's new
and good and fresh at
J Crescent City, Fla. g
3 The advance arrivals ol
Spring and Summer
Dress Materials
3 are now on exhibition at
3 C. L. Chamberlin's.
$ These include Linens,
Lawns, Dimities and all
the new and pretty crea-
tions for early spring
Hi wear, and we want you
3 to Bee them, also our
g pretty patterns of
White Goods, Laces,
H and Ribbons.
Shoes 1
Hi You know we aloue in
3 Crescent City sell the
Celebrated Hamilton-
jjj Brown Shoes for Men, jg
A Women and Children h
J Of course, we ' have E
3 everything hi the Fresh M
3 Grocery Line. The g
a Freshest of Jams, Jellies g
g and Marmalades, and. H
3 all the special delicasies E
$ for the table ; if there is j
j4 anything special you j
3 want for the table, we fej
are pretty sure to have it. Q
Hj Fox River Butter is g
S always fine P
Premier Cheese, finest g
g made , j
i4 Everything Fresh in h
S Vegetables . -JS
3 Lowney's Chocolates fej
0 Goods delivered free.
5 tu e
Jo- 44!
It will cure Chills $
and Fever, Headaches,
Colds and Biliousness.
Try a Bottle
For Sale at
! Lcund's Drug Store
Crescent City, Fla.
I Fresh Line of Garden Seed.
ureiiuiue rjeruiuuu witiuii dwbu.
Bt Johns Rlvrby Daylight.
Tbe Beach & Miller Line,
Leaves Jacksonvllleon Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Suturdayi at 8:30 a. m. for Green Core,
Palatka, Crescent City and principal Way
Keturutng.leavMCreseentclty on Wednes
days, Fridays and Mondaya at 7 a. m.
Jacksonville, wharf footof Laura Street.
Telephone OS.
Paiatka wharf foot of Lemon street.
Artistic Barber.
Hair Gutting in all approved style.
Give me a call.
crescent crrr.
Undertaker and Einbalmer.
Full line of Caskets and Coffins.
Crescent City Iraasler Co.,
Meets all trains at Crescent City Juno
tlon. Night trains by appointment.
8. M. LABREE. Manager,
Tor Sale by U dealers
is one of tbe most beautiful '
locations In Florida. Tourists
will find lt an ideal spot to
spend the winter, or pass a few
days of keen delight.
The town Is on Creeoent Lake
(an arm of the St. Johns River)
and Is 100 miles by water, and
77 miles by rail from Jackson
ville, The all day river ride on the
steamer Crescent, from Jack
' sonvllle to Crescent City, Is one
of the delightful experiences of
Florida travel. The steamer
leaves Jacksonville at 8 a. m.
every Tuesday, Thursday and
8atuiday, reaching Crescent
City at 6 p. m. This trip Is the
only daylight ride up the broad
and picturesque St. Johns.
The steamer has pretty cabins
and offers a delightful outlook
even In stormy weather.
Crescent City Is the center of
the orange growing Industry In
middle Florida, and beautiful
groves surround the place.
Good boating, hunting and
fishing will afford amusement
for sportsmen.
Naptba launches can be se
cured cheaply for water trips.
Crescent City has good hotels
and boarding bouses at mode-'
rate rates.
Beautiful shaded walks and
bicycle paths.
August 7 A. M. i r. K. p.
6. Saturday... 70 80 7S
. Sunday HO HV4 77
7. Monday 811 K9X 79
.Tuesday... HI KI 79
. Wednesday B l II
10. Thursday... MX K7 HO
11. Friday 81 76 8V
ton THE
1D05. E. 1.
Mat. Kin.
for for.
. 44 ha. 24US,
m tax
74 X
' 75
t Personal and Social.
M. H. White visited Palatka On
business trip last Monday.
Sidney Varnes has ?one to Palatka
where he lias employment at car
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Deatou aud the
two younger children spent tlij week
iu Jacksonville.
Will Newman is now engineer on
the steamer Harry Lee. He spent
Sunday at home.
Dr. Harry C. Welch has been visit
ing; his friends here this week, and
all were pleased to see him. All re'
gret his contemplated departure
from the state.
Mr. and Mrs. K. Borsen left on
Wednesday of last week for a season
at Daytona Beach, and with tiiem,
as their guest for a week, weut Rev
Dr. D. M. Reeves.
The Ramsdell family who have
lived iu the Hastings house for the
past two years are moving back to
Jacksonville. Mr. HiuchclirTe has
purchased their house.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Harp are
now occupying the Grovesdale resi
dence of L. Eaton. It is Mr. Harp's
purpose to set out a large peach or
chard on the lands directly south of
the Eaton grove
Mr. Combs who lives on the old
U. H. Gautier, place is- preparing to
engage in the stove wood business.
He has been busy for some time in
accumulating a stock and is now
prepared to deliver.
Capt. John D. Pigue and E. J.
Harper have sold their cord wood
cutting machinery to E. Sanches of
St. Augustine and the plant will be
moved to that place. Mr. Harper
has a large supply of stove wood in
Robert Ragiu, eldest sou of John
Ragin of Piney Bluff, arrived last
Friday and is in charge of the Stan
dard Cypress Co's log puller up the
lake during the temporary absence
of W. M. Williams who is indisposed.
Miss Mamie Simpson of Miami ar
rived last week and will remain
some time as the guest of her aunt,
Mrs. Carrier. All of her old friends
are pleased to see her and all ar'e
anxious for a share iu her entertain
The Louuds drug store lias just re
ceived fresh line of garden seed
for fall planting, and will soon have
a supply of genuine Bermuda onion
seeds. Those who are going to want
some of the latter should leave their
orders at once.
Capt. aud Mrs. R. C. Ivory who
have been spending some time at
Lake Auburn, Maine, have gone to
the mountain section of Pennsylvan
ia where they will remain several
weeks. They will then go to Atlan
tic City for a short time, and hope to
start for Crescent City about the
first of October.
Tiie old resideueu of the late J. L.
Maull, on the west side of tbe rail
road aud on tbe Grovesdale and
Fruitland road, was destroyed by
fire one night last week so it was re
ported. Tbe origin of the fire is not
knowu, but is supposed to have been
the work of tramps. The bouse was
built by Mr. Maull over 20 years ago,
and was iu lis day a substantial and
attractive house. It has not been
occupied iu several years.
Peter Jones of Fruitlaud was lu
town Saturday ou his weekly shop
ping trip." Mr. Jones states that
school matters are anything but sat
isfactory iu his section of the couutjr
owing to the scarcity of families,
aud that he is thinking of moving
to Huntiugton this fail iu order to af
ford his children school advantages.
He would come here, but the dis
tance Is too great for him to make
daily trips to his FruiUau4 farm.
Frank Oautier's condition is grnd
ually Improving. - For a time it was
thought he might have suffered In
ternal injuries, but this appears new
not to have been the case, and it I
thought that he will soon be able to
resume bis commercial duties.
Walter Cliff, for the- past 15 years
a prominent resident of Crescen
City, will leave in about two week
for a trip to his old home In Eng
land. Since his arrival here Mr,
Cliff has had but two summer vaca
tions iu the north, and this time it is
his purpose to remain iu the old
country for about a year. His pinery
and grove property will be looked
after until the arrival of his brother
in the fall by Steve Turner.
Arthur Sweet of Quincy, 111., is
here again and is looking after his
ranch interests on Haw Creek. Mr
Sweet states that he is also negotla
ting for some lands in the neighbor
nooa 01 Seville and that if lie pur
chases it is more than likely he will
secure a number of settlers from X 1 1 i-
nois. Mr. Sweet says that his wife
health has been greatly improved
slnoe her return north. While in
town Mr. Sweet is stopping at Creg.
cent Inn.
The town council has offered E. N
Maull a water front site as an In
ducement for him to locate his new
patent orange box hoop factory in
Crescent City. The site designated
is on the water edge of the town
park in front of the Southfleld hotel
This site, however, will not interfere
with the park proper. The site is
offered Mr. Maull for 10 years at
nominal annual rental. Mr. Maull
has organized a company to liiimu
facture his hoop and the factory will
either be located at Palatka or here
The town council wants it here and
offers this site as nu inducement
The chances seem favorable to Its
location here.
Council Places Auditorium
Rooms In Hands of School
At the meeting of the town council
last week that body passed an ordi
nance by which the upper floor of
the new Auditorium is hereafter to
be used for public school purposes,
The ordinance provides for placing
the upper floor in the hands of the
trustees, they to bear all expense of
maintaining the school and keeping
the rooms in repair.
This week the new desks, the gift
of Hon. Edwin Gilbert, are being
placed in the new school rooms;
then blackboards will be provided
along the plastered walls, after
which the rooms will be ready for
the opening of the school on October
Great credit for the removal of the
school to the auditorium rooms is
due to the earnest work of Dr. Q. F
Sprague, he having appeared before
the council in his capacity as mayor
and insisting on immediate action.
The doctor Is greatly In earnest over
this matter of a good school for Cres
cent City and he feels that there is
no time like the present to make a
beginning. In this view he lias the
support of 99 out of every 100 people
In the place and there isil't many
above 500 of us here.
New Passenger Transfer.
The Crescent City Transfer Co,
has purchased a new and swift
launch for its passenger transfer
business to and from Crescent City
Junction. The boat has already
been shipped from the factory in a
knocked down" condition and as
soon as it arrives (and it is expected
daily.) Mr. Eaton will put the boat
together. The new boat will be 25
feet In length and will accommodate
16 ' passengers comfortably. Capt
LaBree states that it is his purpose
to meet all trains the comiugvwiuter
daTiy aud Sundays and that tbe new
boat will be used exclusively for pas
sengers and will be of the kind to
give them a quick and comfortable
passage across the lake.
The Gondola will still be used for
the freight business.
Miss Ethel Smith returned Thurs
day from a mouths' visit with Mrs.
Dan Waldron atOrmoud. Mrs. wal-
dron and two children accompanied
Miss Smith home, and will be her
guests for a week or two.
W. E. Hobbs and family leave this
week for New Hampshire where
they will spend the next few months,
expecting to return to Pomona in
Miss Nellie Cook visited Palatka
last week.
Arthur W. Smith after a two
weeks' vacation spent at home, hag
rone back to his R. R. position at
Machinery for the W. S. Middle
ton saw-mill is arriving and the mill
will be ready for operation as soon
i possible.
Charley Williams of Weluka was
the guest of his brother Crill sever
al days last week.
Arthur Sweet of Quincy, III,, was
in towu Friday, and visited Mrs.
(J has. Cook and daughters.
Summer Bates Via A. C. L.
If vou oontemplate visiting summer
resorts see ticket agents Atlautlo Coast
Line and get all information with refer
ence to rates, routes, schedules and
Pullman service. Bummer tourist rates
are now In effect to all the principal re
sorts throughout the couutry with return
limit October 31st. Kate nave been ao-
ounuced to all springs, mountain and tea
shore resorts. For the first time round
trip tickets are now on sale to resorts Id
Kew England territory.
A Realistic Picture
Lucy and I hncl beeu back from our
wedding trip but five days when wo
had a violent quarrel. Never lu my
U? had I been so shocked, so horrified.
We bad Known each other ten jeiii'S
with nothing mote serious between ua
than a few lovers' spats, andluow that
we were united for life we hud made
the discovery that we were incom
patible. I saw In store for us a series
of outbursts lasting through a lifetime.
I hastened to my friend Morrinm a
singular friend for a man of twenty
five, since he was seventy to pour my
trouble In his ear.
"What Is It, Billy?" he usked sym
pathetically. "We hove quarreled," I replied, al
most in tears.
"Well," he said, with a smile, "did
you expect to go throuuh. life billing
and cooing 7"
"No, but I have always been used
after a quarrel with any friend to bo
the first to offer my hand and make lt
all up. I would have despised the man
who would refuse to meet me half
way." " 'The man,' yes, but did you always
meet with such response from wo
man?" "I never hnd such quarrels with
women. I was not sufficiently Inti
mate with any of them."
"Ah, there's the difference. A man
never becomes as Intimate with anoth
er man as with a woman. Beside.-i, a
woiueu is not a man. Sit down, light
Soar ptxx and I U tell you what I have
ever eouflui to Any one before.
By marriage, lUaa yours, was a love
match. I had had a great many men
friends and one man etium. The night
after our return from our wedding trip
I took up my bat to go out. 'Where
are you gulugV asked my wife. 'I'm
going round to Tom Noyes' for a few
minutes Just to say "How d'you do?"
after my absence.' 'And you expect me
to spend the evening here alone on the
first night after our return? If Tom Is
to take you so early, what will be tbe
result after you have begun to get tired
of me?' 'I didn't suppose marriage
meant giving up my best friend.' But
what need to give a dialogue that led
up to a violent quarrel V
'It was very plain to uie that If 1
bad tried to find the most unreasonable
woman In the world I could not have
better succeeded. At first after our
quarrels we made a great ado about
making up, but pretty wu we sulked
after the paroxysms, growing less and
less sulky every hour till tranquillity
restored. At times I would apolo
gise for what I had dune and occasion
ally for what I had not done, but after
awhile I discovered that the best way
was to ignore the causes of our difficul
ties entirely. They were all shocks re
sulting from the efforts of two currents
to blend.
"I did not spring from tbe grub bach
elor into the butterfly married man.
It took a long while to change me. As
the years went by I let go mora and
more my bachelor Instincts and devel
oped those of a husband and father.
A new world was growing Into exist
ence for me. For a time I did not re
alize bow fully I had become a part of
It, and at times cast longing eyes back
to my bachelor independence. But the
day came at lust when I looked upon
my bachelorhood as an undeveloped ex
istence In which tbe heart had no part
and my own sweet will was the current
In which I drifted aimlessly.
"Then came children to live aud chil
dren to lose. Each child was like a
tendtnr shoot springing from my heurt.
Those who passed from us are as dear
today as those who lived. In the fam
ily, with all Its cares. Its responsibili
ties. Its griefs, we found the only hap
piness that never died.
"And now that those of our chlldreu
who have lived have left us to form
their own worlds we are alone to
gether, as we were when the current
of our lives first met aud mingled.
Do you suppose we never quarrel? If
you do, you are mistaken, nut we
know that our quarrels are a part of
our Imperfect natures, and we accept
them as we accept our other Ills. Thus
we do not magnify the evil they do,
which Is tn Itself Insignificant"
"Frank," called a sharp, querulous
voice from another room, "are you go
ing to talk all day?" -
What do you want, dear?"
"tou know very well that I have
been wanting to, speak to you about
something of Importance for half an
I'll be with you In a moment. Don't
ej: into a stew about nothing."
I pressed tbe old man s liana and
withdrew. It seemed to me that tn his
brief story and the bit of sequel con
tained tn the few words I bad heard
be had given me a picture of what my
life would likely be. The romances I
bad read of tho happy period of young
love, the beautiful drifting together of
two souls, a gradual decline without
chafing, all seemed to me to be Incom
patible with our Imperfect natures.
Beautiful examples there doubtless are.
but when a consciousness of my own
imperfections loomed up before me 1
bad no hope fhut mine would be one
of tbem. Going home, I found my
newty wedded wife abd said to her:
Lucy, I have Just been talking witt
my old friend Mr. Merrlam, and he
has said things that I expect are true."
What did be sayr'
He said that I must gradually get
over my bachelor habits. I must be
gin to live a far different life."
"I should think so."
"And be says that you and I must
expect occasionally to have a little tiff.
you know"
"Certainly we will If you continue to
act uoreaaonably. Dinner has been
getting cold for an hour."
I sighed. There were parts of the
burden that I would have to bear,
From the Factory
Our Store this Week
10 doz Ladies' Aprons, fancy,
white and colored, prices from 1
25c to 50o .
0 don Ladies' and Gents' fan-(
cy handled Umbrellas, prices j
ooe to 1 . to.
6 doz Men's Pants, prices I
from $1.00 to $H.&0.
A flue lot of Trunks, file-
scopes aiid Suit Cases, price
45c to ti.00
We purchase our goods from
the factory for cash and get all
the uiscouuts.
We think that you will find
our store a safe place to trade.
Florida East Coast Railway.
Local Time Cai J No. 62. 'in Effect April 17W0S-
The Shoe Man,
Crescent City, Florida.
Carrier Plffeon Memory.
I have known the pigeons Imported
from Belgium and kept prisoners for
years, which, when liberated, struck
out for home, uvij to (e tkowned In
the Atiaati or picked up by some ship
at sea. This proves that no distance
appalls them.
During the Franco-Prussian war tbe
French caught a homing pigeon which
was bobs sent to transmit Informa
tion out of the besieged city of Paris.
The bird was made a prisoner of was
and kept In confinement for ten years.
When given its liberty it at once re
turned to Its old horns, showing that
ten years was hot sufficient to drive
from its mind tbe memory of home.
Country Life In America.
A Spelling Rata.
At a school Inspection some of the
boys found a difficulty in the correct
placing of the letters "1" and "e" in
such words as "believe," "receive," etc.,
when the Inspector said blandly, "My
boys, I will give you an infallible rule,
one I Invariably use myself." The
pupils were all attention, and even the
master pricked up his ears. The In
spector continued: "It is simply this.
Write the T and 'e exactly alike and
put the dot in the middle over them."
London Telegraph.
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Crescent City, Fla.,
Will answer calls from Conio, Fomona,
8atBuma Heights, Welaka, Fruitland or
other points on the Fruitland Peninsula.
-A.. X. Spencer,
OiHf e ftt Reuliionee cm Prospect Street,
'rescent City, - Florida,
Builds Row Boats,
Repairs boats, buggies and makes al
kinds of wood work repairs at his sho
In rear of his MEAT MARKET.
Crescent City, Fla.
Butlsfactory work guaranteed at mod
est prices.
Low Rates
Special Occasions
Two Trains Daily East.
Leave Jacksonville 9 :10 a m, 7:55 p in.
$04.75 liar Harbor, iIe., and
Keturii. On sale daily Limit Oc
tober 31, 1U05.
$44.25 Atlantic City, N. .T., and
Itctiirn. On sale daily. Limit Oc
tober 31, 1905.
$!i7.00 Washington, 1. C., and
Kelurn. on sale uauy. Liimlt Oc
tober 31, 1!M)5.
$54.10 Saratoga Springs, X. Y.,
unit Jturii. On sale dally. Limit
October 31, 1905.
Twoyf, Daily West.
Leave Jacksonville 7:46 p m. 7:55 p m.
$46.05 Clilcngo. III., and Return.
Ou sale uauy. Limit Uetober 31, 1905,
$20.40 Louisville, Ky., and Return
Tickets 011 pale July 30, limited
August 10, 1905.
$U.35 Moiitcuglc, Ten 11., and Re
turn. Tickets on saleAugust 6, 6. 7.
Limit August 31. 1905. Extension
October 31, 1905.
$25 25 Hot Springs, Ark., and Re
turn. On sale eaen Weilnesday and
Satunlay during months July, August
mid September. Limit sixty dayF,
Fxtension for ninety days.
Dining Cars. Service a la Carte.
Sleeping car reservations and detailed
tuformailon cheerfully furnished upon
application. Passenger office 108 West
Bay Street, Telephone 743.
J. C LCSK, Dist. Pass. Agt
Jacksonville, Fia.
n,.N,k..t.:A'. Colic. Cholera and
Chamberlain s ihora Remedy.
Never fails. Buy it now. U may aavc uie.
I Is Year Properly For Sale 7
If so, let us jrt't a buyer for it. We are m a position !
t handle Real Estate of all kinds, regardless of location. I
Write us what yuru have tn sell, with description "and I
price and we will do our best for yon $
g The Crescent City Realty Co.,
Iresceiit City, Honda I
Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Compost Peij
TheSS Time TablOU hnW th A tlltlM At h1 Ah tMlna ma K tut 4-. . .ki Aauu
fro twera: etatlons. but their arrival or departure at the times stated Is not arante4
. vvaitwu; m, uoiioiu rosponsi Die tor any uoiays. or any ooasequexioes axutng t
r or Copy of tho LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
D. DAHNBR. Asst. Qan'l Pau. Art.. ST AUnilSTINB. FLA-.
Effective June 3d. 1906. schedule tlgures lor Alayport Branch and Homestead
Extension shown above will be changed ; additional trains being put into service
between Jacksonville and May port and the service between Miami and Homestead
being reduced to one train a day each way. For correct sohedule see any Agent
of the F. E. 0. Ky.
Q. S. & F. Railway.
The Best Route to
Macon, Atlanta, Columbus,
Americus, Birmingham, Valdosta,
Montgomery and Northern Points.
Two Trains Daily Northbound.
Leave Palatka, No. 2. 6:00 a m; No. 10, 5:50 p in .
Arrive Palatka, Southbound, No. 1, 9:50 p in.
No. 9, 10:50 a ni.
on Trains No. I and 2 between Macon
Schedules given above are subjectjto change, without notice, and the
time of arrival and departure of trains is not guaranteed.
Through Pullman cars from Tifton to Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville,
St. Louis and Chicago all-the-year-round, Klegant sleeping cars between
Valdosta and Macon. .
Handsome Parlor Cars in service
Valdosta ai.d Jacksonville.
Information as to rates, routes, schedules, sleeping car reservations
etc. will be gladly furnished upon application to
C. A. MAULL, .Depot Ticket Agent, Palatka.
S. F. I'akkoit, Vice Pies. Chas. B. Rhooks, Gen. Passenger Agt
Macon, Ua.
EFFECTIVE NOV. 6, 1904. "
Two Vcstlbuto Tratua East.
No 34
Lt JackHouTllle.
Lt Jesup, ia
Lv Sarnnnah, Oa
Ar Columbia
Ar Charlotte . . .
At urt-eiiaboro
1 Oil p
II Ml p
9 40 1)
12 H6 a
Ar DanviliB So liy 1 45 u
. So lly
. So lly
. So Ky
..So Ry
, So Hy
So Ky
8 So a
11 i'i a
Richuouil..., So
7 5f.p
10 4 p
12 15a
9 & B
V! Ma
-2 10a
0 42a
4 aip
6 lop
ii :.',p
6 :)a
Ar LynchlmrK so lly I 4 ihu
Ar Charlottesville So Ky tSOi
Ar WuKhlugtriu So Ky I 9 15 a
vr Baltimore p a H 11 l a
Ar Fhlhvlelplilu P K R 1 4IS p
Ar Sew Yorlc fllB 1"P
No. M "New York and Florl-ia Exorew'
llatly raltman Drawing Koom sleepinir Car
between eon Tampa, Jiiuktouvllle aud New
l ora.
No, SO "WashliiKlon and Fla. Limited." Dally
Pullman Iirawlng-Room Sleeping Car, Ja;ksou
vine to nt-w lora.
Through "The Land of the Sky.'
Lv Jacksonville, Fla So Hy
Lt Savannah. Oa Ro ltv
Ar Columbia, 8 0 Bo Ky
Ar AaheTllle. N 0 Ko Ky
r Hot Springs, NO 1 So Rv
Ar KnoxTllle, Tenn So liy
Ar Louuwille . So Ky
Ar St Louis So Rv
ar Uln.-lnnml, Ohio Q A c
No 30
7 Sp
13 l.a
6 0a
1 top
1 37 p
4 Nip
No. 30 Dully Pullman llmwlnir -Room anri
Buffet Sleeping Cur between Jacksonville and
91. LOUU.
Two Trains Daily
To Washington and
New York.
North and S eat. J No. l"j
Lv Jacksonville, Fla.. Bo Ry 1 4fip '
Lv Jeaup, a Ho Ky .. 10 8U
Ar Macon, Oa Bo Ry .. t IX a
Ar Atlanta, Ua Sotty.... 6 sua
Ar Rome, Oa So Ry . . . . 7 8.1a
Ar Dallou, Oa So Ry .. nun
Ar Chattanooga, Tenu.So Ky .... 4.0a
Ar Lexington, Ky o. A r 5 nop
Ar Cincinnati, Ohio.. ..g ft , 7 4op
Lv I'tuclunatl, 0...hlg Four..... 8 4Up ......
ArChluago, 111 Big Four T loa
Lv Cincinnati, O . . PaLlueai 8 35pi
Ar Chicago I'a Llne 1 iua
Lv Clucluuatl CHSII .. a t5i,
ArChlcago CHAD.... 7 83a
Lv Cincinnati CH&D isp;
Ar Toledo OHfcD ... 6 20a
Ar Detroit. .. .. PM ... 7
Lt Cincinnati...... Pa Lluettl . .1 a sup,
Arjlttburg Pa Lineal .. 6 66a'
Lv Cincinnati Big Fourl .. S SOpTTTt".
Aroieveland.... .Big Four!....! 46al
Lv Lexington? So Kyi sup '
Ar Louisville So Ky .... I 10
Ar St. Louie ...So ltyl 1 Ba
No IS "The Florida Lltnitrd." Dally solid
vestibule train through day coaches and Pull
man sleeping cars Jacksonville to Cincinnati.
No, -13
Lv Jacksonville......
I.t Ji-sup
Ar Mncon . . ....... ..
Ar Atlanta
Ar Annlstou, Ala. . . .
Ar Birmingham, Ala.
Ar Memphis, Tenn ..
Ar Kaas City, Mo..
Bo Ryj 7 45p
So Ryl 10 sup
so Ry It
Bo Ry & Xla
. . . So Ky 9 4'ia
so Ry 11 4.'ia
....Krlnu 05p
Krlscol V 4oa
Lv Memphis
Ar Hot Springs, Ark ...
N lpl
No. IS "Th. Florida Limited." Dally Pull
man Tirawlug Koom sleeping cars between
Jacksonville, Birmingham, Memphis aud
Kansas City.
rom New York, Washlnston, etc. So. 2-J, "Washington and Florida Limited." 9:00 a. m.
r rom Chicago. Omotuttail, Chattanooga, ma. Nu. 14 Florida Limited ' -(." a m
F-om Kansas I tty, siemphie, Birmingham, etc. No 14, -'Fiorina Limited," 9 i a m
From Cincinnati, Ashevlile' ate. No. 2J, "Washington and Florida Limited," v-noa m
From New York, Washington eto No. : " New York and Florida Cxpreea.'1 7 :40 p m.
Excellent Dlnine Car Service.
J. C. LUSK, District Passenger Agent,- IOS West Buy street. Jacksonville. Fla.
S. H. HA KD WICK, P. X. U. - 8KOOK8 MOKQAN, A. Q. P. A.

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