j JAV ViJo Ijal;, JAUDAOT 17, 1CC3.
THE DAILY NEWS
PALATKA NEWS PUBLISHING CO.
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PALATKA. FLA.. JAN. 17. 1888.
" Wawa will be delivered to city uhacrlt.
jn -r mku by Mil at Um I olio win rateK
Three month f
Buraerlptkm price nt T Wnitr Nr
will oe tl per jrer. Terme invruUy In ai-
Eaatern floruit and W'tatern Florida,
Warmer, fair weather, except rain in
norther portion; light to freth north
Items Gktjnrad Here and There by Our
Fine specimen of Florida brick, Iron
the SauUe Brick Yard, passed through
Palatka yeeterday, on the way to the
The steamer Crescent City passed here
for Jacksonville some two hours later
than usual yesterday.
Fane have been in great demand for
the last two days.
"Warm weather is causing orange
treea to open up their blostmins some
what earlier than is desirable. Should
Jack Frost put in an appearance it
would prove very disastrous to next
Tear's croc, and iniurv to the trees
would be of no little extent.
Quite a crowd of visitors, tourists, etc..
came in on the John Syliaitt-r yes
terday at noon.
The friends of Mrs. Charles II. Smith
will be pleased to learn that she is fast
recovering from a protracted illness,
Testerday she was enabled to get about
for the fint time in quite a while.
The 10 o'clock train, south, on the
Jacksonville. Tampa and Key "West
Railway was thirty minutes late yester
Mr. L C Canova is remodeling the old
Ethel into a trim little steam yacht at
Lucas' boat yard, north of the Florida
Yesterday, about noon, Mias Mack, an
enterprising school mistress of this
place, bad her pupils arranged in the
Ilarnmork, on River Street, before
Fhotovraplker's camera the result can
realily be guesHed.
The members of the Musicale nut hist
evening at St. Mark's Academy for the
purpose of practicing for the coming
concert to be given next week. Twenty
in all were present.
The Milkmaids met last night at the
armory. A pleasant time was passed.
The regular meeting of the City Coun
cil takes place to-night in the Council
Chamber at 7:30 o'clock.
At 3 o'clock yesterday a Savannah,
Florida and Western Railway box car
jumped the rails near the crossing at the
head of River street, tearing up the ties
generally. Everything was replaced in
good order by a large gang of men be
fore dusk. A force of men was kept
busy repairing the track in the freight
yard, near the gas works, nearly all of
the forenoon of Sunday, also.
The new steamer Ueorgiana, lying at
the Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West
Railway wharf, is Bearing completion.
An infallible sign of warm weather-
when the fathers of marriageable daugh
ters commence buying gate hinges.
Do the railroad companies in this city
observe the law regulating the sieed
with which their trains are run within
the city limits?
We are frequently asked by various
parties whether it is possible to obtain a
good plunge bath in town. Be known
that Palatka is to the front. Mr. J. T.
Dunn has conveniently located, on River
street, a sulphur swim mimr pool that is
unexcelled in the State. It is sufficient
in size and has every convenience, such
as good dressing rooms, etc. The waters
are constantly troubled, and a plunge
into its cool, pure depth is the most rr
freshing exercise one could take.
Arbor Day is not far distant and the
citizens of this burg should make prep
Mrs. O. W. Winchell has closed the
Palatka House on the corner of Laurel
and Second streets.
A new millinery store, rumor ha9 it,
is soon to be established in Palatka.
Do not forget the Gala Week meeting
at the Yach Club rooms to-night.
Mr. B. M. Miller, an enterprising citi
zen of Seville, and formerly editor of the
Seville Gazette, visited the city yester
Prof. Sulzner, of St. Augustine, form
erly of Palatka, took dinner at the
Hutchinson IIou.se Sunday.
Our acquaintance, Mr. S. L. Davis, a
resident of St. Augustine, was doing the
city yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. K. B. Huntington, the founder of
the beautiful little town by the same
name, some eighteen miles south of Pa
latka. on the Jacksonville, Tampa anil
Key West Railway, in company with
Mrs. E. P. Wilson, were in the city yes
terday. Mr. W. II. Newell, a conductor on the
Orange City, Blue Springs and Oulf
Railway, well known to our citizens as
being connected at one time with the
Florida Southern Railway, paid Palatka
a flying visit yesterday.
Miss Lizzie Sparkman, of Starke, Fla.
is visiting Mrs. Jennings, on Second
Mrs. O. B. Robinson, at Como, who
has been for the past week seriously ill
at the Bangor House, is now rapidly im
proving, and ' will probably be able te
return home in a few days.
The Gala Week.
The meeting of the executive commit
tee of the Gala Week yesterday was
mainly devoted to informal discussion
of plans. The finance committee also
aeM a meeting. Martin Griffin, Jr., was
made chairman of the committee on
music. There will be a rneetiag at the
yacht club rooms to-night at which it is
expected a great deal of businees will be
M. H. ROGERO
TO MAKE ROD?,
Hamburg Edgings, first sale of the season, from 9 a.
m. until 10:30 a. m. 2,000 yards 6-inch to 1-inch wide
at 9c. Come early
500 pairs Extra
500 pairs Lisle
20 dozen Gents' Uniaundried Shirts, Linen Bosom,
In Cloaks, Newmarkets, Bed Spreads, Lace Curtains,
Velvets, Trimmings, etc.
THIS MORNING'S IXCUKSION.
To DuLand and Return, $1.75 Tickets
Good to Return on Regular Trains
Until Jannaiv 20.
The second of Colonel II. J. Raffen
sperger's excursions will take place on
Tuesday, January 17, over the Jackson
ville, Tampa and Key Went Railway,
from Jacksonville. Green Cove Spring,
Palatka and St. Augustine to the teau
tiful little town of DeLand. Train
haves Jacksonville at 8:15 a. ni. and
Palatka at 10:0$. Price of round trip
tickets from Green Cove Spring, 12.75,
from Palatka. $1."5, being Less Than
Half Fare. Tickets Good to Re
tvrs os Any or the Reoilar Trains
IT TO AND INCXCDINO THE 2TII. A
Spbciai. Rate or 1.50 per Day at
the First-Class Hotels or DeLand
Has Beex Sectred for the Benefit
or Exctrsionists. After dinner on the
17th a free carriage drive will be given
to guests through the magnificent orange
groves in and about DeLand and vi
This affords an unjiaralled opportunity
to visit one of the most delightful sec
tions of the State, at much
lens than one-half the usual
cost. Excursionists will also enjoy the
especial cour.-sy of the hospitable citi
zens of De Land. Every necessary pro
vision has been made for the comfort a nil
pleasure of excursionists, and the party
will be composed of some of the very
best people sojourning in the State. La
dies esecially invited.
Tickets for sale at the following
places: Board of Trade rooms. Front
street, opposite Putnam House; I. G.
Peek, Lemon street; Ackerman & Stew
art, corner Lemon and Front street ,
and at the Hotel Phuenix.
YACHT EACE TODAY.
Second Contest for the Plaque and Cup
The second race of the St. Johns
Yacht Club for the two plaques and the
cup will lie sailed to-day. 7 he rourm
will be the same as for the reviiu race.
The judges, Mesttn. C II. tilidden, R
II. EnM and Itobert Barnex will accom
fiany the racer in the flag nliip Eliza
beth, Commodore F.imw'u new boat.
The first irun will be fired at 2:30, at
which m.unsails will lie hoisted. The
second gun will be fired at 2:35, at
which the boat will get under wy.
Five minutes will be allowed tocroae the
line and all boats that crotw later will
forfeit the extra time. There will be
absolutely no deviation from theme rules.
The start will be made from anchor,
sails down. Doats must come up to the
Florida Southern Railway wharf where
account of ballast will be taken. The
rule of the club will be strictly enforced
in every particular. The following are
First 'Class Tidal Wave.Charlie Glady ;
Wigwam, James Dixon.
Second Class Martha, Henry Broward;
Bertha, Capt. Scott.
Third Class Jessie, Chas. Waters;
Miriam, II. Montmollin.
All the boats are well matched and a
close and exciting race may be expected.
Mr. John Connell, of Washington,
representing R. A. Tucker, of New York,
wholesale fruit dealer, was in the city
F O l3 U I. j R
and have first choice.
Fine Hosiery, worth 50 to 65c, at
Thread Hosiery, at 17hc.
OtxId in T"wo
Mr ami Mn V Ziftl.-s. K F. ZittU. Mr
and Mrs I'liiki rti.n, N. w York: Mr uiwl Mrs
J W 1'n-iM-li. Mm r'nnni' r'n-m-h, Nw
Vork: J T Ji ifi-rn.ii. lu- ill-: J ' Hiinkt-r,
Atlnnta; John I lurk, J-i k.n iiU-; J V I k k
iiiirti.ii. I.ui ill-: liray Miniiiti.ti mil wtft'.M.
l.4tLH; KlTt l.otiir. i llti-s-ii-tlli: it S (itrte,
New York: Ihinirl tt' ilininlntr, i liiitmuii. I in;
Jam- K. Ifcil.lwiti. in: J II lltiii.m. M 1.
Itm-liMttt-r; Mr J It li-num. Mr H Millis
V an k luck. .Millis, Mil : V S Scvi-rnm-e,
M . lirrtullrhl, Mii.-if: Irfiwrvnt-e Milk-r
M InuuUt-; It. M. Miller, l..ii- ill.-:
.mm H.im-, O B 1mii, IMtt.-l.urir; (Mitt K. Hunt
aiul wife. New Ion villi-. MiiM.: Ir II A nrrnirf
tim, Ni-w Hafii; Uiiis iMlynr. Jr. IJoslou;
M M l ark-Ion, Krooklyn: lo-it ll.-nry llrinkt-r,
John K StraixL-vin, ttoilia-tta-r: Mr ttnl Mrs
Louts lioiil.l, tlie brl ol I 'mvi-ii. tiie K-v W J
Slavt-rt, luluii I; Dr A I. ol.-mi.l w:l&. Mimm
Myrtle t'ote. eitv: A It Terry, N York: M
Kn.li l, ;.iin. ill.-: It . Mullen, Ikiy
Yiew; W K Marlin, Y'liiluk-Ihia, :
Ihtvis Tillaon ami iie, Idx kl.uil. Me; MM.
I'arker, A A Tliomif. Wa-hiiit'loii; W W YV..
rulT, Knoxville: K K lr.t.k. Murtfonl: John II
Jotaiml'Mi. lfc-ton; r' l MerM-niiil ami wife,
eity; ieo II Moihery, M. I'unl; r" II A U-xail'li-e.
lloMton; W ; Kill a, Maeon; J J Morrow. J K
Herman Kieh. r. Titus ille; A S llawley,
AmlHTM, Mm; J X" l-au--ll, Slaiulor.1, oiin;
P V I'uM-y, V II .l:i.li i-li, Jiii k-.:n il!e.
J P Avenll, Atlanta: Mm ' II Ifa-nt. Itartow;
Mrs J .N Howli.y. kan il: V II hnilian
ami wife. St. Joneph, Mo.; I! I' lii. hnr.L-, ( h alii;
H N Me4'illy, Jaek.ioiit ille: ' A.iil . Itoeb-e-ter;
J K llravt.nl, ai aimiili. Horl.la nu.l
Western Kailway; J II ItniraH mi.l wite, K II
lleieum, M K rerv Ut-, J K Morton ami wife, J
It Kihtey. New Vork; II M Turner, Atlanta: ' A
Kay, I'rovith-nee: I" s KJ.Iri.lK-e, llaoton: W II
Newell. Atiantie ami '-terit Hnilway; W
I'mtt, llttlur: W L I Mir .nils. Hon. la; t.eo W
Wi-Mi, Wiu tpui .liner, St. AiiKUstine.
A J Walters, Mnneh-4fer: l!U'rt Willey,
t'oiilM il III u ft h. la; l W I'en-y, II W MeM.n kui.
Pomona; ' K Strllon, t ' It liulle, I'ltt.xhiirir: '
L Porter, South Ijike W.-ir; Juui Maxwell.
William Mcrarlin. Hint, Mi. h; Lslnel.l. I'ar
thaire, N ': M Murray. Sanfonl; Jeote ll.ntx.
i-ity; T J 1 Ulnar, Jacksout tile, Taniu sail
Key West ItaUway.
CJeo F llellaney atul wife, llri.lirel'ort. Fhu: A
P Kr..l, Howanl. Ihik ; T ltn INiran, St
Paul: V. P Uis M ii Nel.son. Tnthu.-: J H
KiMt k, I trniiire Sprinirs, r'la ; Mrs W H Shee
han, Mrs Mett afT, W Ii Mr-own, Jai kti ille; I.
A Shattuk aul wife. It!oo:n!uirir, Pa.; 11 A
,neMe-kirt. Jai-kaivtlle; A II t'otliim. Savan
nah: J II liell, Hairen. r'la.; i IftitehiiH. KiiHtw;
L. II Plumer, IH Ijiii.I; E k. McVeigh, Jai ksoii
ville. If the food in not proin-rly digested it
becomes corrupt, and isons the ys
teiu it is intended to nourish. This is
"My mife lias sulTered-for many years
with indigestion. After trying every
thing else recoruniemled. hlie tried Sim
mons Liver Regulator. In three days
after takimr it according to directions
fhe was in perfect health; lle does not
suffer at all and can eat anything the
wants without any of her previous
symptoms. W. C. Si hf.us, ISuiuhridge,
Twenty-fie diJlars reward to any one
who can prove that J. 11. NlielU v doesn't
sell for cah only, ami ciit-uiier titan anv
other grocer in tle city. jal-Vtf
For Itartr.iins in Furniture go to tlie
Irein ( tty r urniture Store, corner ICcid
ami Water streets, late McClellan S
House for Sale.
A gKd. pUt-rvd house and two lots.
2UH-.MO fe-t. Very rich black soil, with
good clay under irt of it. ( iiwal f-iHi,
water from the v aterworfcs. eh. 1 r
ner Onter and Butler streets, Italatka
Heights. A xuiail rU-i c;i.-.Ji. and tial
ance on time, at low rate of interest.
Apply to II. I. IUxsf.N.
Stylish IVivate Carriage, built to or
der. Mold for want of ua-. Apply at
Central Drug St. re. ja 1 1 -l'-Jt
Iceland Moss and Flaxseed Droiis will
do. At Ii. & K. J. Smith's, No. 8. Iemou
Chamia)?Tie ("iilt-r anil f!inj;er AIf, non
intoxieatiiie bererajs, jut rvci-Ht at
R. He E. J. Smith's, No. 8 Liraioa tttreet.
For rent or sak1, a hantlaorue two ami
a half Mory RettiuVnc?, central jmrt of
town. Ialatka: ten rooms ami all con
venience. Ajly, O. II. StaifonJ.
I-t TmveierH nHiml thi worM of eare
ithoiit (ieliiy th-iuNelvs .n'lNr.-,
AtraiiiKt ti- ihx that may ui w
Kroin -rool $tUj ami Utiiflhy ri'M,
A Hurt- l-f-m-- w at III.- r inll.
For T l Itltl.NTV.S KI.TI.K (-oniier nil.
O. . BAB BON, Preprieter,
PALATK A. FLO It I'D A,
OEX DKCEXREK TO MAY.
Cuisine and Sanitary Arrangement
WITH ALL THE MODERN CONVENIENCES
NEW HOTEL QUI-SI-SANA
-IIF.KE IS HEALTH -
FlXF. IjtiCATIOH-SF.WIA' FfKXISHEn.
Kc-llent Tl.le. Iriee fidi to float wr
week. .VI In-,
F. S. H.U'OX,
AN Till K V S 1 1 KLLEY
Itotcs, $2.50 to S3 l'er Day
THAVF. I.FKr FIITV filMiD HOMFH
wlneh I otter to net mil wtik in at lintiif
lrie.-?4. 1 Iim e liiiii-iw-l Hit'l l'iiinini-el
tiiet-ly I. N-ntii. eei-ul jtk- KnititA. Inirri tii
lan.U. Tit U-s ilireet f niu tlie ii.i niineiit, in
ii-iiitty of Interliu-lieti, Ki-iika, a:l I'leamul
Valley; a few limviii from 3 In HI uenn en. li; I
have a few l-U.-K wild truant Ki-Ki.teiu-e ami
lirvea,lliiil.liiiir l.txan.l I iiitnn-l l.tn in
town. .My MKim are reanotialile. tail on or
a il rest
IMKKLACUKJi, ri A.
SHOES. DRY 600DS. NOTIONS. ETC.
ZdT I thank my patrons of this
town and vicinity for the liberality
with which they have supported me
this season. To show my apprecia
tion I shall offer them on
Such Bargains as will surprise even
the most incredulous, I always
mean business and insist that every
body will be satisfied. Respectfully,
CLOTHING. GENTS' FURNISHINGS, SHOES, ETC-
O O CD O O
0 a of
53 ' S-
WM. J. WISfOAR,
R. J. ADAMS,
FIRST NATIONAL BAN!
SUCCESSORS TO WH. J. WINEG1B & CO., BANKERS
p.in TP CAPITAL..
A General Bankinc Business
Foreign Exchange Correspondents: New York First
National Bank; Importers' and Traders' Boston.
IIaverik National Bank.
Stoves, Doors, Saslt, Itlinds, Faints, Oils, (Jlass, Sadtllrrr Ih.riiw i'tu,.
l-alnlj. IMi,. TnbuUr Oil StsvA.
I'liincl, Jr., Tarm ami (ianlen Ini-
Ft " I A I
kinrina xniiTnorn uiiiiHinv
iiuima vuuuiuiii uuiiuiiigd9
H. O. PATNR.
r. p. MT.wr.Kr.AV
Transacted. Buys and Sells
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
WATCHES CLOCKS JCWEIHY ETC.
A large stock of Bridal(
Cm tt Usr am -4-1
Jewelry Store, Front St.,
WiATsTT JED 33 1 ;
$500 Each for the Three
Following Bargains. -
lluiiHo ami Iml, two Miiiianti from li.ni.l v Noiillu-i ti n.-iilwny NIioim, in I'liliitUii.
I ifty-live) Arnm LmikI on Knat Kiilit ht. .IoIhih River, imttly clfitntl Willi (.'alun
ii, io imii.-m i n, in i aiuiKH hiki nl.
i . ;inier,
llttililini; I.Ihoii I'liliilUa lleidlH, ailjuiii:iir Mr. Wiiiftctir.
AIo for I-tit Iliiirailo ('4(tiiKH willi iiiiuiiii waU-r in tlit-iu, nml oiu- ilKl
for t;tw, ti-ttlr.-illy Iim uUhI, livi-r front,
JOHN T. DILNN,
,1"-1" Nft to l'.wt Olllt. I'alutka,
I will positively sell no Goods except
FOR CASH after January 1, 1888.
No deviations from this rule.
Believing that it will be for the
best interests of both consumer and
dealer, I have concluded to adopt a
SPOT CASH SYSTEM. The buyer by this
method will have
SALE PRICES, and will not have to pay
their proportionate part of book
keeping, cost of collecting, and usual
per cent, added for time accounts.
EL T. ZLi
rt. . I ro
AT A BARGAIN I
Ir PLACE AT A BTATIOM O.f PUIIUDA
Houthrrn tUilnaul wl led Dunn's Ouaalna-, about
thirty monm f laad. houm md utiUuiljuiKm
noil wtjll tr wtmn twuntr-Sv. tmutiw nr
aiMre tnwa with oUter la (rove. A Tmrtvtf t
rraea In Iwinff awf other t rulU arming tta.
Ilurdera on a imirM with ptantf of auck.
gouA lmtiia fic trut h mvUraiam.
WW tickurt fur dtjr pmfMjrtjr. -Avflf to
ntd it P. o. Oos UA, Palatka.
AtiKiiKliiix ICJtilwny IM n.t, hI joining Mr. 8.
Doors and Blinds
the benefit of WHOLE
A. N. EDWARDS & CO
IlEALEItS I If
Liquors and Beers,
Imported and Domehtlc Cicr.
rTH BAK in PHOVilifcD WITH AM. Til R
A. Iiwt tMKMMMiifie. ami
-Tit. Thm ltr."ir
full liul 10. M Ouu4
I Ll 11 ML
Um iniMUi la M1
WaUr Mtrect. HarVi lllrk, riilt.'
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