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...- THE DAILY NEWS FCVUSHED DAILY A5D wiUlt T mm PALATKA NEWS PUBLISHINC! CO. AUATKA. FLOUIDA. iFflCB: NEWS BTTILMWG. OM KEID ST. PALATKA. FLA.. JAN. 91. 1889. Tsr-m. Iw will b tie live red to eity nubscrib ara t-r sent by maU at the following ratta: Three months $3 ff Wi months 'Jna year U jt-wrlptlnn price of Thi Wkkit Sewi t-iII ne )l per year. Term Invariably In aU ranee. Weather Judications, rasieman-i Western Morula, colder except stationery in Florida, light to fresh variable vrinds, fair treat her; fol lowed fry rain in Northern Georgia and South Carolina. Temperatures, etc., at 7 . m., Central Meridian time, yenterday morning: Ther. liar. - Wind . force. Dir. Rismnrta -XS V .... (.Paul - " Vi 8. Louis - tlocinnatl Sft Y Nashville -. J Atlanta J J" Havannaa Mobile 3U W'.:W N Waxlilntfton U 30. H .. . . New If or 14 30.1 .. SW The 'LiKh" pressure was central over tli. Bouthcaatem portion of Dakota. Tli l.arotueter stool high all over the South ern urates. The 'lowest' pressure waa off t Huntlieastern coast of Maine. The iiir-.-ctum of wind waa Taried alloTer the CITY BOTES. It: a Gathered Here and There by Our Eeportorial Corps. V.b.-it about the Gala Week? T..o weather motlerattNl considerably yeatertlay. Capt. Lucas is refitting the steamer Encort at his boat yard. It is said that Front street will have a new restaurant in the near future. Palatka Lodge, No. 34, F. and A. M., held their regular communication last night. It is understood that the Bangor Kouso will hereafter be known as the "Arling ton." The young gentlemen of San Mateo are contemplating an excursion on the" Louise soon. The north bound train on the Jackson Till, Tampa an.l Key "West Railway was one hour late yesterday morning. The Palatka Gun Club hell a business meeting last night for the purpose of adopting a constitution and by-l.lws. Sereral hydrants were received by the Palatka Water Works from the Coffin Valve Company, Boston, yesterday. Tickets for the drill to be given by the Milkmaids on Wednesday next, will be found for sale in any of the ity drug stores. The Palatka Water Works will begin the extension of their water mains on Jones and Madison streets early Monday morning. Mr. Riley, the former proprietor of the Bangor House, is about to open a meat market on the corner of Lemon and Fourth streets. There was only one i n:- r.t t'loJ'i yor's Court yesterday. Ni.r"; j i.. w up for the u.-to of profane laa itaa , which cost him 1 2 and costs- The Into evening pa.-tenger train on the F.orilrt Southern Kail way, was three ! n u snd twenty minutes Ute yestevd.iv. - The od:i west of the city were set on fire yest- nl iy afternoon, and clouds of smoke w?r drifting throughout that portion of the town. Mr. L. Falk hail a large safe removed from Zacharias dry goods store, on Lemon street, to the Bangor Ilouse yes terday afternoon. Mr. II. T. Vatterlin will shortly oc cupy the place recently vacated by the Putnam Pharmacy on the corner of Lemon and Front streets. The steamer Rosa discharged about 3U0 packages of freight at the Florida Fouthrra wharves early yesterday mom i?, most of which will go down the rou.l. Mr. Benj. A. Deal residence on Third Mrett caught fire yesterday morning from spurks falling back on to the roof, b'jt as extinguished before any great damage was done. Mr. Ijvfkin, brother of George, de ceased, is expected in the city before long. He comes with the expectation of opening the barber shop on Front street recently carried on by the latter. On Palatka Ilights there is an orange tree fifteen years old which was trans planted from a conservatory in Cin cinnati several years ago. It is a thrifty Beedling and in its second J ear of bear ing. There are other varieties of trop-'cal fruits on the same premises that were brought from the same city. This is thought to be the first time that tropical plants were successfully brought from the North here. PERSONAL. Colonel J. W. Dunklee. of the Hotel Brunswick, Boston, is registered at the Putnam. Mr. Knapp, proprietor of the Hotel Lagonda at Interlachen, called at this office yesterday. Mr. II. II. Jones, of the editorial staff of the Savannah Morning Xeu-s, is a guest of the Saratoga. Major and Mrs. Conant left yesterday nuxning for Punta Gorda to attend the ball to le given at the Hotel Punta Gorda in the evening. Among the guests registered at the faratoga yesterday we notice Mr. George W. Steffens, Jr., of Charleston, and H. P. Boyce, of Providence. Colonel G.G.Green and family, of Woodbury, N. J., accompanied by Mrs. Lewd, Mr. and Mrs. John F. Hope and Dr. L. II. Adler, have returned to the Putnam after a few days' sojourn at the Ponce le Leon, St. Augustine. Died at SatcTuaa. Gertrude Kate, only cliil i of Mary and Alexander Fri-Ics ugd eight years, departed this lite t; the 19tk insL at Sataum. 13 T!!i'"" A ITSS BUG AEOTJT? Another Attempt to Bun a Vacant Building Discovered Other Instances. There nothing, scarcely, that strikes terror to the sool of "man, be his occupa tion what it may, or to the heart of some mother who has her darling- children snugly tacked in their little beds, enjoy ing the sweet sleep of the pure and inno cent, after, mayhap, walking a long way and pondering over tedious studies at school, to suddenly awake amid confusion during the dark hours of midnght and hear the doleful sound of the fire alarm as it tolls out with .quick, rapid strokes the purpose for which it was intended, and an occasional shout of fire! fire!! the second louder than the first as excited men who tush by with headlong speed to the scene of disaster. A reporter yesterday who was standing quietly on Reid street conversing with two gentleman was accosted by a well known cituen, whochanced to pass by, in thi manner: "You are the very man I have been looking for," and this gentle man went on to relate that night before last an incendiary bad endeavored to set in flames a dwelling in the northwestern portion of the city. The reporter, in company with the gentleman, immedi ately set forth to the hpot indicated acd an investigation resulted as follows: It appears that one of the two little cottages on Madison street, near the cor ner of Fourth, had lately been rented by Mr. George Scanlin, car inspector of the Florida Southern Railway, and hi brother, who is also an employee of the same road, from Mrs. Maria F. Dean, wife of Mr. Joseph F. Dean. The Mes-irs. Scanlin, who are expect ing their mother here shortly, for whom they had rented the building, had as yet moved but a very few articles into the house and as a consequence were not oc cupying it at the time of the incenliary attempt but were, however, living in the immediate locality. Mr. Scanlin, on returning yesterday from dinner, stopied as usual to take a look over the premises, that he might see that all waa well, when his attention was drawn to the gate that had been unhitched and cast to one side, probably to secure a rapid and easy exit by trie culprit. He was quickly aroused and hastened in to find on the back porch close up against one of the doors lead ing into tlie kitchen, a good sized pile of fat pine wood, so much so, that it was one cake, so to speak of solid turpentine, lying cris cross and in such a manner as to make a rousing fire if once under way. Upon the floor and scattered on the ground close by were found a half dozen or more burnt matches where the rascal had tried in vain t. ignite the heap. Owing to the high wind and probably to the fact that be was cowed by fear of being detcted by the flash of the match, the dwelling was saved, but his tracks were uncovered and hi plan exposed. It lo.ks as though we have in our midst a ''lire bug," one of that class of people who seecn to take unaccountable pleasure in destroying property by fire. The above mentioned building was erected in being but little more than a year old. It was constructed of cypress and liad been built with great expense to the owner. Ten or twelve feet to the north was another structure of the same pattern and the burning of one meant the destruction of the other. The affair has been turned over to the city authorities and steps have been taken to ferret of the incendiary, It will be remembered that in the case of the partial burning of one of the For ward cottages and of the colored Ma sonic Hall there were evidences found that incendiaries had been at work. Neither of those buildings were occupied at the time. Real Estate Sales and Transfer. Among the recent sales of city prop erty are several lots in blocks 253, on Lemon street; blank 65, on Oak street; block 3,1, on Fourth street, and block 71. on Jones street. Blocks 370 and 371 were transferred to the Georgia South ern and Florida Railway. Last Night's Dance. The Milkmaids participated in a social dance at the Armory last night, immedi ately after their practice for the drilL It waa an improptu affair, but neverthe less enjoyable. Mrs. T. A. Jones pre sided at the piano. This is said to be the last dance before the coming entertain ment, and was accordingly kept np till a late hour. The Putnam House, National Hotel Reporter. The Putnam House at Palatka, has commenced the season of 1488 auspic iously, me present is only it third season, but notwithstanding its newness the house has been thoroughly painted insiue ana out ana is now in a very at tractive condition. Last year visitors will remember the very beautiful and unique decorations provided by Mrs. Barron, wife of the proprietor, who is a helpmate in the strongest sense of the word. This year this excellent lady baa Croviaeu herself with a much bner eol ation of ferns and autumn leaves from the White Mountains of New Hamp shire, and she is now busily engaged in decorating the public rooms of the Put nam House in a manner even more or nate and beautiful than before. Palatka is one of the prettiest towns in Florida and we know of no place in the State mac on en greater attractions and ad vantages for a protracted stay, than the Putnam House. California and Florida, National Hotel Reporter. Dr. E. M. Hale, one of Chicago's most prominent physician, writes from Los Angeles a Uwig leiu-r n-hich appears in the Tnbnne. Dr. Halt says the climate of Southern California is much too damp for a majority of invalids and declares that there is little that can be called warmth except in the middle of the day. He says a few hotels like the Raymond. of Pasadena, are heated by steam and de clares that all those that are not so hentd are barren and uncomfortable affairs. Dr. Hale appears to think that Florida is, on the whole, a much better place for invalids than California. Most Hare a Bridge. Eat Coast Mtsmcnirer. If Dvvtona is to become an excursion. in addition to a winter and summer re- ort. we mutt have a bridge. As it now s there is no adequate and easy way to et to and from the beach and the prin cipal attractions. Let some gentleman who not oniv wants to mane money but also erect a living monument set the ma chinery in order and start it going. We must have a bridge. t Eibbon dams, Daytona Messenger. It is said that the famous "ribbon clams' of the Halifax coast are only found, in any quantity on a distance of fifty miles on the entire At'antic coast. Opposite Daytona and Orrond bushel of them can be gathered in a very short time. Weiaka and Fruitland Peninsula, A nor beautifully located town or district with more productive soil cannot be found in the State of Florida than the above. If you want health, go there. If you are looking for investment, go there. If you want to raise produce, stop there. Several orange groves are for sale at a sacrifice. The best land can be bought at $10 per acre, and town property is cheap. Go to the Fruitland Peninsula. Two boat daily to Weiaka. twenty-five miles south of Palatka. J. Russell Kennedy, the general agent for the Peninsula, will give full information. Mail matter promptly attended to and satisfaction ruaranteed. .Call on or write to Mr. Kennedy. Eal viand, 18SS In general it will be about the same as in Y7. Nothing in Bay land ever pleased more people than Finger-play rhymes and pictures. They have even lieen sought by Kindergartens here in Boston and elsewhere; and the author hhs raouaily taught them. Six of the 'iPi lUibylinds will contain new Finger-plays. The other ix will have a series of baby stories in rhyme about Crickets, how they manage their babies, with many pictures. Me and Toddle kins is a baby -cat story all through the year by 3Iargaret John son, with pictures also by Margaret John son. There will also be a lot of jingle bits and story bit and picture bits, so many as to make you wonder where the next year's entertainment is to come from. Fifty cents a year; a copy sent for five cents. D. Lothrop Company, Publish ers, Boston. HOTEL AEBJVALS. I' at a am Houm. Mra J R Ely, Mrs Frank Seaman. Brooklyn: Earl of Craven. Kev W J Staiort. Mr ami Mrs L4MJU tiouid, Kiik: T T Muurue. (i il I j intrw ton, K:aia; J W Merriri, Atluuta: It M I. n.l and wife. New York; W ti pettioono and wite. Haunltml; Robert Inir, Intertat hen; Low. re nee Jouett, John F Kyan. Atlanta; Col J W lunkk-e. Botou: J K McCluhir, eity; J H anda. M UluuiruenthaL New York; K W Morville, Jfr, rhMton; Ifaiiiel K Crean. Wood bury, N J; Mr and Mrs John F Hope, Philadel phia: Col U ti tireen and wife, Miiw Lottie Green. Miss Edith iireen, Harry ltrown tireen, tieorme Ureen. Mrs Hannah l-ord. Wm Meyer, Woodbury, N J; Ur L. Adler, Philadelphia; ieo T laird. MDiiwr C Chandler, New York; C J Taylor. Kiuaton, J '. 1'hcenlx. R Crejro, New York: C H Stearns, Fruitland; J K Winters. K 11 Northern!, Marietta: W H Tharpe. Hawthorn; ti K Walraven. Ualtiniore; Dr V H Lytle, Frank Henderwto. Murtrextioro. Ind; E kirna and wife. MM 4 nipt pel I. Ilmitfe port. Conn; U tt Kiuiuan, cineinnuti: C M Iou;r, rrabue; C L Goodwin, Kant Palatka: K M Wil ier, C A Herriuan. rlaitunore: E J Triay, Jaek aoiit ille. Saratoga. H P Boyce, Providence; li P Creeley. St Auguxtiue; W A Merrick, Nashville; Henry 8in t lie, JaekMou; A H t'oieutan. New I irk; tieo W Ste!feii4, Jr, Chnrlest'iu; C Kayiuond. Urookville; 1. 1 Prince. Talluluexee; l It ii linnbaiu. Richmond; A T Hiker, .mictjvilte, Wia; JM.-ar Uerry, Louixviile; U M liniiey. It C Hailey. Uottton; K M Itcriti.u, Ja'kMn ille; II H Jones, Savanmih; Mr aud Mrs J 11 Ferriaand family, Plymouth; II H Smith. !!, Haytonu; H J itrauu, 1L! D J Uusxell, liLfc, New Smyr na; UuuwurUy Jouts, bit AM ITALIAN BROOM RUSH. Sctaes at Caetutioa at thi B.-oofcha Entrasca la the Briaga. New York Stiir. Passengers on the Brooklyn bridge cir who alighted on the Brooklyn side at 9 o'clock lust night, saw a struggling, shouting, perspiring crowd of 21)0 Ital ians tumbling around in the snow and slush of Sands street, and wondered whether the Anarchists bad broken loose again or if the City of Churches was being invaded by Multierry street. Crowds of Brooklynites blocked up the bridge entrance and lined the sidewalks on either side, but the sons of Italy kept merrily on though the battleground was directly in front of iolice headquarters. Finally, three panting Italians, hatless and soaked with slush, escaped from the mob, and holding aloft brooms and snow shovels, scampered tip the roadway of the bridge, and commenced vigorously to clear otf the snow. Others followed, and in a short time fifty were at work, while their disappointed brethren howled at them and pelted them with snow. A guardian of the peace explained mat ters to a Star reporter. 'Whenever there is a fall of snow those savages come to the bridge, enough of them to clean the snow otf the whole of Brooklyn, and of course they can't all get work. Those who are given brooms receive fifteen cents an hour. They fight for the brooms and shovel liko a lot of hyenas. It's a pity tlfc.y don't devour each other and make room for more w orthy men. A Gallant Victory. New York Star. Mine boat, mine host, mine hoat. Come hither, and drain a ylaa with me (Old Sontf.) On Sunday now. as well as any other day, good Boniface; and a mighty well earned victory is that which you gentle men who preside at the table d bote Itave just won. The New York State IIote'fAssociation is only six months old. It was called into being during those sultry days in August last, when perspiring New Yorkers and the thirsty stranger within our gates were driven like panting sheep to the New Jersey and Long Island beer shambles. A roar of indignation went up from thousands of dry throats that had habit ually taken wine with their Sunday meals; but the hotel men. who really suffered the most, from Charley Del- momcouown to Uora l edro of JJuane street, went quietly to work and organ ized one of those protective societies which, founded on ritrht. supported by custom and backed by public opinion, can paint a blue law red every time. The Court of Appeals, tliat ultima thule of citizenship in distress, ha just handed down a decision sustaining the inalienable ritrht of American freemen to eat and drink what they choose and can pay for on seven days of the week. Little by little New Yort becomes a hab itable city. Inch bv inch the blue laws are being forced back to the mud hole in Connecticut, from which they emanated. Comstock is left and .Ernest Crosby is still with us, but even they are being mitigated by the force of public senti ment and the Star into vcrv inconsider able nuisances. ' y0 ' "V xjrv CAT7TXOX7. V j , Vv I fT ritt tW amwsiuat imitation. mbUtn, 1 ,LJ "nJ I V J PtakaKd imrvurg wtkttmm which an got- - ? IfV V i In. up to mil, mat oa Vutr aa-a smtU, but oa j -j, ? A, NJ V merit cf swr nasafy. An imitation is flj Vv GX altcay a fraud and a caw. aaf Ihrf thrive I rj aVU I "' 'AT m iealront Ikt arrtrw i mi tattd. Viv TreatimonBaodtmi IMn Ptmamt wnfal altrvtrha ZrsTar TUB SWIFT SPECIFIC CO . a-Vlctta. CawdbyS.&8. Dromw,AtlmU. 0. S. S. S. vs. POTASH. Xymmykxd Ttm. I know I tas Ukea ens airadred bottlra r kdida of potash la that tins, tut tt did saa ts cood. Lax suaunar By fafaTaneiLBady and kaias wars covered with sores, aad I coa scarcely ae atv arns on aeeoaet of rkea Kauamiaa7sboolers I took .. .aad a, jasoons ncnon rood taaaall odaw amiw I asra takea. Mr fsra, body aad aeek are prfrrtlT eiaar and rlrsa. and bit rbaa fninsss Ltmxireijtrmc- I weirfaed HSpaaadsahea I begu tlsk Bedkisa. aial I m aaick Vst poaBda. My Irat bottle kdped km gnaUy. and rars as aa appetila Uka a scroti au. Llwoakl aotka wiUwal S, 8. 8. Jos srTersl time, tu weu-tt In roil CS K1TCUELL, W. !td M. Farry, Sew Tor. Prophylactic Fluid (OZOHlZCB CNLONIMC.) DisinfttUnt, DtodoriiirO Antiseptic. FOB. SAFETY, CLIiiaJIESS MO COVORT uzz it etch cssc-cssa. Will keep the atmosphere pure atui tchoteeome ; removing all bad odor from amy eouree. Will destroy all Disease Germs, infection from all Fever, and all Contagious JHseases, A atcoail cas at Scaaxav Twm has aecr beea kaowa to occur wfcerc ta Fluid was freely wed. IpsjaaaaaaaaaaBajBjBjBjBjsjNJ imow rmi aa i CXSTHCTD. aa pfaca. Its oa aa SMALLPOX wJl raa. The at thrw- tni,!a aava viai waa a is ths Hsak will eeassrw Piatstllaa fraaa la faetla IHisasss ay sjaaa UM laid. Perfectly harmless, aacd iaarraaUy or exteraally. AS AN INTERNAL DISINFECTANT AND DETERGENT. Take ar Iwjaeteil aw bmsxI aa a wash tt allays laHaasniatioa aal earn acta alTeaw atva alMBsrgcs, Taw Kloid la a eertaia rsra far IHsrrksn, Dyaeatery sum! la lUramsttos mt tha Howe la. Kelas; A Ika llaa ta Its aatara H will sftsa afford eosapleta raUaff rroaa Heart barn. Acid ity at tha Wtssaara aad Ujs una. I EN'DORSEIV-Bv 1. Mn f arioa Siats, M. D.lna. I Coast. M. U.. PtdTH T. Laoeoa. indofG V. Pierca. Bisaoa W. M. Whnaan. Rsv. C1m -IJeean, ' Rer. Richard Fuller, oa. Alea. It bsrpaens, Hoa. A J. Walker, and any other. JL H. ZE1UM ft CO., tMIwlshte. SPECIAL K0TICE3. Cranberries. Fresh lot just received at R. & E. J. Smith's, No. 8 Leniorf'street. It Two very aesirabie pleasure IV Kits lor sale. Apply at Sunny Point. jal9-12t N. P. White. J. II. Shelley lias a tine stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries which he will sell cheap for ciixh. Lemon street, opfiosite Express Office. jal4-5t Salted Almonds A new delicacy. Try them. To be had only of R. & F- j. Smith. No. 8 Lemon street. It For Sale Full blooded German Mas tiff, thirteen months old. Inquire at this office. jal tf Bargains' in Beal Estate. For sale in St. Johns County. Fla., three ami one quarter miles from Merri tield Station, on the Palatka and St. Au gustine Railway, one farm of fifty-six acres, twenty under fence, fourteen un der cultivation, situate on a first class wagon road. Also other real estate. Ap ply to J. P. Tenney, Federal Point, Fla. jalt-3m Sed Potatoes, true to name. Chilli Red. Early Rose, Heauty of Hebron, at Johx T. Dunn. jail-it For Sale at a Bargain, House and good Garden. tStNlxS-l feet. For wile cheap if sold n. jalt-Ct 11 P. DlN-HN. Twenty-five dollars reward to any one who can prove that J. H. Shelley doesn't sell for cash only, anil chea-er than any other grocer in the city. jal5 tf For Sale. Stylish Private Carriage, built to or der. Sold for want of use. Apply at Central Drug Store. jal l-Vit Stop CongLb! Iceland M ii'id FLtx -e 1 Droiss will do. At R. AC E. J. Smith's, No. 8. Lemon Street. ja7-tf Chaniagne Cider and Ginger Ale, non intoxicating beverages, just received at R. & E. J. Smith's. No. 8 Leuion street. jaft-tf For rent or sale, a handsome two and a half story Residence, central part of town, Palatka; ten rooms and all con veniences. Apply, G. II. Stafford. del-V2tno KiM-k l.i me. First qualitv R'k Lime manufactured by the Oca la Lime Company, for sale by the single barrel or car load, by C. F. Katon, agent. Jacksonville. Tampa and Key VVest Railway wharf. dell-tf Our Little Man and Women, 1888. The aim of thN magazine is to in terest children just at the time they be gin to read for themselves and lead them along for a year or two with pic tures and stories and pleasant tasks so pleasant as to make them forget the task part altogether. The following outline includes the larger topics of the year: Pocahontas teaches a little early American h story through the year. A French story, Susannna's Auction full of amusement. A story a month enticled Laura's Hol idays suggests to other little girl what they can do on holidays. A story a month on Tiny Folks in Armor; which means beetles. A flower poem in every numoer. Buffy's (six) Letters to his MU tress. Huffy is a coon-cat. Six Mexican stories on Little People of the Plaza; also alaut some Mexican animals. Beside there are many, too many to tell of, stories short and bright and un expected. With all this enter tain men t of pict ure and humor there is a serious puriose all through implied in the name. Our Little Men ami 11 omen. It is to teach and lead the children to take reading for protit; but pleasure come first as it ought. A dollar a rear. Five cents for sample copy. D. Lothrop Company, l'uliishers. lioston. You Who Lead Sedentary Lives will find great relief from constipation, headache and nervousness, by taking Simmons Liver Regulator. It is a sim pie, harmless, vegetable compound, sure to relieve you. Persons of sedentary habits often suffer with kidney affec tion. If they would maintain the strength of the digestive organs and im prove the quality of the blood by taking the Regulator, it would restore the kid neys to health and vigor. For Imperfect Digestion, Disordered Stomach. Let Travelers rnund this world f care W itbout delay thetnselvea pre tia re. Airaiiiat the ils tbst may anae Frurn ilt-fmiktd mtnl and Irn-jflla rldra. A sure defence is at the r rail. For TAKK19im KLTZB euxiuers aU jaj-4t HOTELS. B A VERS HOTEL, OAIXESVILLE, FLOIilDA FERD. BAYtR. - . - - Proprietor. The South Florida and Western and Florida SiMithern trains aU stop near this butet. Flrsu claaa in every particular. Tennis ti-UO to per day. Jalau Huntington, Florida. NEW HOTEUjin-SI-SANA -IIEIIE IS HEALTH. - 1 INE LOCATIOX-XEWLY FrBMSHED. Excellent Table. Price $4 00 to $10 00 per week. Atlitresa. F. S. MAIOX. dell-3n lluntnsrum. Fla. PUTrJAfil HOUSE O. . BARRON. I'roprietor, PALATK A. -I.O It IDA. 0PEX DECEMIIKR TO 31 A V. Cuisino and Sanitary Arrangements Complete. WITH ALL THE MODERN CONVENIENCES Ja-tf TllCARLEfONi Palatka. Florida. ATST DIIEV8IIELLEY PKOPBIETOH. Kates, 82.50to 83 Per Day SHOES. DRV 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 Mmki Tuesday Thursday, Such Bargains as will surprise even the most incredulous. I always mean business and insist that every body will be satisfied. Respectfully, I JACOBS ON. CLOTHING. GENTS' FURNISHINGS, SHOES, ETC- W. f goo . . o O O 2h VI i 11 r! P O WM. J. WISTOAR, R. 3. ADAM". freaident. Vive-freaideoC FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK PALATKA. SUCCESSORS TO WM. J. WIKEGAB & CO., BANKER PAID TP CAPITAL M'KPLUS A General . Bankinc Business Foreien Exchange Correspondents: New York First National Bank; Importers' and Traders' Boston. Xlaverik National Bank. smci & rami HAED-WABE, Sim ! FittS lrc, i luBMnR Tlnnfnp, Steam Pipe Piint?' HCtu U l P- Johna' Asbestos la,n, . Ijdtaj Tubular Oil Stoves. Florida Southern Buildings, ff0SYi 600DS. NOTIONS. ETC. p ednesday and 52? CD m H. O. PATWF, F. P. MKRORHEAC Assistant Cashier. Caaharr. $100,000 $0,000 Transacted. Buys and Sells WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS I - ' a uuuiui uii r lanct, Jr., I-ami and (Jarden aw I a lueineiiis. ir-'titni:MiN if:mc HOI.ICITKD.ul WATCHES CLOCKS JEWELRY ITC. Mid A large stock of Bridal and Birthday Presents, at JOHN F. SPECK'S Jewelry Store, Front S Palatka, Fla. roR "W $500 Each Following Bargains. i I Ilium aixl Iit two Mju.rc from Horfila Noiitlicrn IUilw.y Hlmii n HiiMt Kil St. JlitiH KivtT, luirtly eh'tirf on it, two mil. from I'alutUa an.l Kt. C. Warner. Ituil.IinK Ixu on I'alHlka IIfiKlita, Al tor Unt IieairaMa (V.ttaK'-a for km, r.-ntrally I.K iitl, river front. 1,,3H-'" (km IN Harilvarti, Sasli, Doors ant I will positively sell no Goods except FOR CASH after 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 the benefit of WHOLE 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. HI. t. LA, HARDWARE DEALER, l H.UIT'S 11L0CK , - - d.'sO-liB INTEItLACIIKIsr REAL ESTATE I HAVE I. KPT KIKTr rND HOMFH watch f uffpr ta aiitual art tk rs al livmv riora, I aava Improvtal and I'DlnipruvnT nko-lr . -aul. anvrraJ Laka Kmnta. hiaa irfiia lands. Tltlra cllml fruu Ina oVf-rtimant. In tk-lnltjrf lnlMia.-b.Tt, Kraka. and -lrsint Valk-y; a fear tlruvca front t Ut 10 arras (web; I hate a few Hlaora with Maalrna and iroTCa.Huildlna; lt. and Cnlmirott Lota In town. Nrums ara rraaoiailila. (all . auumas L0TT ALLEN, ItsTKKtVaCHBV, ri A. BOlawUsrtoi IN Palatka, FJa. detS-lV tPrg0D i SALE. EjXDI for the Three AtiifUhtiiie lUiUay la-itol, n.lk i " B.ljiiinfnjr Mr. WiiifKur. with running watrr in tliem, an. I one pijaMj JOHX T. DUNN, Next to Tout tH1U, I alutka. aaaa. HARDWARE. 0)XnAr!rn ritlCK OF niR January 1, 1888. i - - PALATKA, FLA . A.N. EDWARDS & CO PEALEKR IN Fine Wines, Liquors and Beers, Import ni and Do.nentl- Cl?r. nirIAItlT?A HLOHH THE HAH I rnOVIIll U WITH A IX THE tmt a.vaaortta, atid I f.rvsdrd ar lif an atoorai'llrlMHl Mli"l.li.t Tit Hir.isr tha puLlio la rtaiMtfull rWl Had. T tood ordnr praam ad at all unxa. W.lr MrcwU llrt' Wl-k, Palatka. BMs