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-THP.DAILY PAIjATK FLORIDA, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27, 1888.
I OS" wOODS, tIC. .1 IMflfS HI IMM aUITtAM mw I : " : : : THE DAILY NEWS rtTBUSHXD DAILY AJTD WXEKLT mt rmm PALATKA NEWS PUBLISH INQ CO. PAXJITJCA, FLORIDA. CTttCB: NEWS BCILDINO. ON BED 8T. PALATKA. FLA.. JAX. 27. 1888. !h Krim will be delivered to city mibacrib a it sent bjr tuail at ths follow In- rates: Three months $S W " Pis nontfat 00 One year Ou 8o-ertptlo price of Tin Wihlt Jfws trill oe 1 per year. Term Invariably In ad-rance. Weather Indications, Eastern and n ettern Ilorida, warm er fair weather, wind becoming light to fresh toutJterti. CITY NOTES. by Our I Unit Gathered Ewe and There Eeportorial Corps. Such glorious moonlight nights! The St. Johns Yacht Club race to-Uay. The 4:55 evening train on the Florida Southern Railway was one hour late yes terday. One of the chief outdoor sport of the Putnam House guests is lawn tennis. They hare excellent grounds. The steamer Victorine, Capt. W. C. Norton, will be hauled on the ways to day, at Hart's "Point, for slight repairs. The exact amount collected at the Uilkruaida' Drill, Wednesday nfclit, was $185. This Includes f.0 for the sale of stools. A dancing class was organized at the Armory last night, and the first practice will take place on Wednesday evening next. Six stolen chickens not yet claimed may be found at the Marshal's office. The owner may have them upon proT ing property and paying for this notice. Mr. Ienj. F. Roberts has received a lot of furniture and will shortly open an auction sales room on Lemon street, next door to W. B. Morrill's clothing store. We have received the January num ber of Trifets Monthly Galaxy of Music. It Is an excellent magazine and contains many beautiful and popular selections of a recent date. W. A. Merryday, confectioner and fruit dealer, has sold his entire btock to Messrn. J. F. A R. J. Becks, who recently disposed cf the Palatka Meat Market to Mr. J. P. Durane. Mr. Merryday will probably engage in some other vocation in our city in the near future. One of the wagons hauling heavy iron pipes for the Palatka Water Works was bogged in sand at the head of Lemon street yesterday afternoon, and consider able amusement was afforded the lookers-on in the attempt to induce two stub tsrn mules to pull it out. They were finally persuaded. r or some unaccountable reason, while passing along on Frout street yesterday, our eyes were irresistably drawn to a lit tle stool in the Board of Trade room's window. Upon the stool appeared a little card npon which was written: "Marked down! "We are taking or ders." What can these people mean anyway? Messrs. Tetertaann & Ooodson, pro. vijion dealers on Front street, received day before yesterday an immense hog which they displayed before their store yesterday. It weighed 28(1 pounds net, and was only eighteen months old, be ing raised by Messrs. E. C. & C. S. Tif fany, Tecetatle growers of San Mateo, and shows what can bo done in Florida after all, if proper care is given. It was a Berkshire and nineteen months old. m SEffl-AMUAL- 1888 Qfiii n nn LIU EM "I(q) idlsl SA L Q -AT- M. H. ROGERO & Go.'s F O P U L A R FOR ONE "WEEK, TO MAKE ilOlifvl FOR SPfilHG GOODS! mm Mil ii Every lirtint ! 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 and have first choice. 500 pairs Extra Fine Hosiery, worth 50 to 65c, at 35c. 500 pairs Lisle Thread Hosiery, at 17c. 20 dozen Gents unlaundned Shirts, Liinen Bosom, at 49c. Prices Gul, Itx T-wo In Cloaks, Newmarkets, Bed Spreads, Lace Curtains, Velvets, Trimmings, etc. MENDSLSSOHH QUIUTETTE CLUB. of pzhsoxal. Louis Newsome, of Crescent City, was - doing the city yesterday. 31. S. Cartter, of St. Augustine, is a guest at the Saratoga. Wm. Hutchinson passed through the city yesterday en route to his home at Crescent City. Mr. Geo. T. Littlefield and Mr. II. O. Lathrop, of Boston, have apartments at . the Saratoga. L. Wellhouse, wholesale paper dealer of Atlanta, Oa., is in the city, registered at the Saratoga. W. Gray, mail agent between Jack sonville and River Junction on the Florida Railway and Navigation Com pany line, was in Palatka yesterday. Mr. J. B. Bancroft and wife. Miss Anna M. Bancroft and Miss Lura Ban croft, of nopedale, Mass., passed through Palatka yesterday on their way to San Mateo, where they will mainly locate for the season. They have intentions of visiting the principal places of attraction throughout the State before returning to their Northern home. A Toll Eouse Anticipated Comments a Jacksonville Paper. The com-erts of the Mendelssohn Quin tette Club have been as successful as they were enjoyable in all the larger citic s where they have appeared this season; and the confidence in the mu sical taste and culture of our people, so practically shown by the Palatka Music ale in bringing this thoroughly excellent entertainment to our city, will surely be well repaid, musically, socially and financially, thU evening. The excel lence of each of the artists has won the praise of the highest critical authorities. The programme, though eminently classical, contains none of the unintel ligible "music of thefuture,"andeachse lection is "popular,' in the highest sense of the word. Two hundred seats have already becu sold and every seat in the Opera House, SoO in number, will be re served. The entertainment will com mence promptly at 8 o'clock and we are requested to announce that the ' hall doors will positively be closed during the performance of ench number of the programme. The club gave a, concert in Jacksonville hist Wednesday evening of which the Jacksonville AVirs-Jlera hf account is as follows: "No seldom do the people of Jackson ville have an oportunity of listening to really tine instrumental and vocal music, that the coming of the Mendelssohn Quintette Club hits been looked forward to with unwonted anticipations of pleas ure. This organization has been before the public tor nearly forty years. Changes in its jterxonuel have been al most constant from season to season, sometimes improving and sometimes de teriorating the quality of the music of fered; but the club has always been a drawing card, and an artistic as well as Kyan Died at Satsrcna. Gertrude Kate, only child of Mary and Alexander Inglis, aged eight years, departed this life on the 10th inst., at Satsuma. A DRAMATIC SOCIETY. Good Professor Moore Continues Doin Work Among Hia Scholars. Professor J. W. Moore, the principal of our public school, displays commenda ble enterprise in his various efforts to raise his school to a high state of effi ciency. The interest manifested by him in the success of his scholars, individu ally, must inevitably result in great benefit. Among his many enterprises for the wtlfare of his pupils we may mention his more recent one of forming from among the advanced pupils a iramatic society. This has been done not for the purpuee of enabling theru to learn the play-actor's art but to present tf youthful minds the study of elocution and rhetoric, usually dry to young and active brains, in an attractive sliape. The original members of the society number fourteen, and with the excep tion of one oflice held by Professor Moore, it is officered entirely by mem bers. This in addition gives the members an insight of the manner of conducting meetings, and to the study of elocution ia added that of parliamentary law. The pupils take hold of the scheme with great enthusiasm and energy, and it can hardly fail to da much good in advanc ing tbam ia right direction. a tinaucial success. Mr. Thomas has been identified wUh it for over a quarter of a century, and has contribut ed largely to its most excellent reputa tion iu the amusement field. The opening number was by the full quintette, Mendelssohn's Opus 87, said to be the finest five-part stringed com position ever written. It was rendered most artistically. The audience was impatient for the appearance of Miss Carpenter, tho soprano, of course, excit ing more curiosity as being practically unknown to Jacksonville, and of a less extended reputation titan the instru mental performers. Her selection was a Scena and Rondo of Venzano. She fang sweetly, but her trilling was excellent. The audience quickly recognized and appreciated its quality, and when, in response to an en core, she rendered a composition of ( Jou noils ''Sing, Smile. Slumber," the en thusiasm was quite unusual for a Park audience. Miss Carpenter is fresh from her i'aris studies She has been under the best known instructors in that city, left unexpectedly in response to a call for a season's engagement with the Quintette Clnb. She was not in her cus tomary "good voice" last night. The fatigues of a tedious journey were un mistakably apparent; but she gave evi dence of tone and training which will doubtless assert themselves to-night anil make her hearers demand more. Her style is not that which takes by storm, but of a kind which grows gradually upon, the listener. Herr Phillip Rodelberger rendered as a flute so o a Fantasie on Russian Airs by Pop p. It was well executed, and unon a recall he favored the audience with the "Album Leaf, a composition by Ander son. The fourth number was undoubtedly the most artistic one on the programme. Its title was "The Milter's Pretty Daugh ter," a dialogue for the violin and 'cello with the other parts in a running accom paniment. The violin represented the maiden, and the soft strainsof the 'cello, her lover's declaration. The second part is arranged for all tire pieces, and its music is that of the merry water-wheel and the rumbling of the mill. The effect was beautiful, but, like most part piece in a programme, it labored under the disadvantage of being cast among a com pany of solos, and was therefore ac corded no encore. Guatav Hill rendered moat acceptably a composition cf hia own for the violin and when recalled region. led with an air from Savoy br Vieuxternps. A most gratifying episode in the per formance last night was the deserved re buke which Mr. Ivrnn administered to the tardy auditors w ho straggled in after intermission ju.t as he wasaixmt ti ren der a clarionet sol'X. lie had played a strain or two, but sto.ed short until the racket had ceased. The audience burst into applause, and when it had ended Mr. Ryan went throngh his fan tasie in good style and with remarkable effect. In response he rendered 'Robin Adair. Sir. Louis BUimenbers performed a solo upon the violincello, "Airs Uon grois,' by Schroeder. It was a sweet composition, and finely executed. Ht was recalled, and gave a selection from "II Trovatore." The members of the Mendelssohn Quintette Club are Messrs. (justav Hille, nolo violin. Paul Mende, violin, Tliomas Ryan, solo clarinet te and viola. Philip Rodelber;;er, solo flute and viola. Louis Blumenberg, solo violoncello. The club was organized in 149 and has achieved eminence among the musical organiza tions of the country in the nearly forty years of its existence. The vocalist is Miss Anne Carpenter. The programme will be as follows: riRT i. 1. Quintette in B Hat, Op. 17 Mf ii.U-luhn S. Seen and Hondo ... Venzano Mils Anne Crpitr. 2. Flute Solo Fantasie on Hussion Airs. . .Pnpp Herr Philip Rodeltierjrer. 4. Quartette The Miller's Pretty Dauithter, Roff. ia. Declaration. . Tbe Mill. &. Oriental Khapwxlie Solo for Violin, G utu v Hille, Herr Gustav Hille. In term iion. PART II. & Fantisie for Clarinette T. Ryan Mr. Th.ir a Krn. 7. Quartette. Op. 18 Beethoven Aoitante. 8. Violoncello Solo Airs Hoagrois. Schroeder Mr. Louis blumenberg. . Sons' Spanish Bolero lil'.o 31 is Anne Carpenter. iu. sioonsn serenade Jonas (Composed for Quintette.) A YISY 0? LITE. Jfot fr.eu a ?Iorf I v. t r. ertia. th-o tN Aj lr x if ' " o .i, r fc-n Ta .ire t riiore l rt l -let, but la aa . .i . . s f. .t l t nntiu Una of actual hm ma Lavs itulen har stratta w 'tnii, to Ink po. seMjoa ft Ofty dj T ' r lb-r.p ,.y d p-t.-.r don ia cues S iw t t i4 SMtr. L r arv aoais la ftr.T.r: rr.f irufi r.. of S U- tVw lock; CoRrg-t At "';n. u:ru. t ef ttlruhoUo oUmuljuits itit'kf .1 trtk h ' ckaractf-i-ti.:- of prcfrm ia Ui i.rii.c .' u4 ciu lur2 IU Ut halt ca tary " Ta :1 k wn r.of. Ju-r-jh Fa-rlia. asya: W kaov lli.t slcc!il will atcsd Uis hrart. alrm tha jtil- .r. tli .kin. .miut t tciUBMst. sad onrbl to n . t . 11 ri.b:il It. J. V. Cam wall -art: "lam Bnxt Ij-; ; t to ay. ilur a very thoronirh tffat. that trimrn '.if.r:u wtth aortaiu And geutni tcb-.f'r e: b- i-Mr.; Ikih, or for d-hrala per Sna it inTal aa, Ltiffy'a lar Halt Wbiakay to tli tstrt tonic and pnrct atiainlaat with which I ara acquainted." There are as h-'i-r rienti9e acthortties thaa Iheae and they p3f voluuea for tho para and valuable whiakev which haa hecome ao wonderfully poro!r- Beware of aU bottled whiakeja which Biy b oCered -uu. except DuSj'a. It haa stood tit test vf tinia and ia atwolutely pare. Dnff-'s ForsirUa la a pneitive cure toe eouha, ewiia. sa4 all Qlinonary troubles. Yacht Club Meeting. The members of the St. Johns Yacht Club are hereby requested to meet at their rooms at 7:30 o'clock this evening, as business of importance will be trans acted. A. M. Mostmoixin, Secretary. SPECIAL NOTICE. Oranges via Steamer J. Sylvester and Clyde Line. Palatka to New York 30 cents per box. jaitMtdJEl tw Two Horses. Cart. Buerirv and Harness for sale. Apply to E. T. Lane. ja25-4td2tw LIST OF LETT EES. List of unclaimed letter remaining in the post office at Palatka. Flau. January 23, lass. OLTTLIXn'S LIST. Albert. William Fiher. John Marker. W. A. Kenley. J. Q. Brooks. F. A. tilmlren. F. Vf. t'toatneiiL Aitiert Jaekrum. Edward Cooper, Jeaei I.ee, H. I Iorsev. It. A. Wells. F. IVhiUui, Eiiwnrti Wale, tlliver V. Wallace. WUliain M. U4PIES LIST. Cory, I.mnie Jonea. Ofelia Clar. Mrs. A. L. Ijtsimer. Kaehel H. Fter, Taniey ljtmortaux. Kate Foster. Mm k A. Ketlfuii. Kruma Franklin, tllen rwyer, Caroline Jonea, M . ls 1 hoiuaa, Fmuia Persons caUuiir for the shove letters please say "atlvertised. Bejij. Uarrisox. P. M. For Sole. The Pinax Cigar, a rival of anv ten- cent cigar, mailed postpaid, sample tiox of twenty-five, for $1. Address Pinax Cigar Company, P. O. Box 1M, Bing hamton. N. Y. ja2.V3tdltw Rock Lime. First oualitr Rock Lime manufactured by the Ocala Lime Company, for sale br 11a ton, agent. Jacksonville, Tampa and rvey est Itailwav wtiarf. Uel 1-tf will Buy Canada Hard Wtiod Ashes, liest fertilizer in use. at Geo. R. Footer & C.'s. ja.VlOt Go to Shelley's cash grocurv for coffee roastea daily by a man of seventeen years experience. j'JJ-et HOTEL ARRIVALS. Champagne CiJer and Ginger Ale, non- ntoxicating beverages, lust received at R. & E. J. Smith's, No. Lemon street. ja'J-U I"a t a Mm IIowe. A K Hammond. Fla: B K Vilum. Feesbiiry. v a; Mr anl Mrs J H lluilmitiue. Mm lUlian- tine. .Newark: Mr Hell. Mm IVIL K Walker HaJtiniore: J A Hi 1 lux arnl family. K H Kxl- Oa-r. Umoklvn: Miss ItilUntfs. John A lm:-n- tl. Tf . New York: C Arthur Johnrtn. Va; t haa AtKinyon, i&iton: M fx.rav and wire. New Yk: J F fciiwards. Atlanta; F W Wnolley. I in . t nv; m . ii , Auanu; f 1 nirter. .t tll eheater; H E tlart'ner. tnruiha: K J Moore. S H Wilson. Couneil IlluBs, C C Thimain, II K rayior, unM.a,iyu. Fbralx. F Feamlv. Chira.ro: C E Tavltar. FK4X Rr; O Seliar. Atlanta: W K Ijnn. V. S Kellv. Sprintr. nelil. : W M Hastinira. InteHaehen: ti H Ciwnt. Kmerrrise; A J ll.-h. W IU hanCer. anier, W B Watson. Jacks-mr Die; T M Kay, city; EA Bates, satsuma; it Johnaon. H M Johnsoo. L o teveiia.Atlants: B F Mullford. j 3 iHauarnton. .ww i or a: a I iiowmaa. ll uamsport. Fa; Jas Lnyie. Coney Island. Bronze Turkevs for sale. Toms. J.oo each; hens, $ t.5d each; trios, $4.50. W. It. Bowen, Penn, Putnam County. Fla. ja26-2t Stop Coughing! Iceland Mora and Flaxseed Drops will do. At R. At E. J. Smith's, No. 8. Lemon Street. ja-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, U. 1L Stafford. del.VSmo H X Walters. Bradford. Pa; E Eaye and wife. Baltimore: W F Mitshanan, Itneaater Co, rK mm v iiumia, naxfn; a n anuiver. Rome. Us: Miss Ila Guthrie. Auirasta. c F William. Knoxville: Arthur Sneers. Buffalo: 1 J Cooway. Anirusta.Ua: E F Coleman. Louicvtlief A S Januaon, Mnateumery, J C ttanrortn, sew xora; u wriinuae, Atlanta; Ueo T Linletteld. Biaiton; Hi lien ham. Bay City; J V Burke. Bronsnn; J M Luxisiey, Xew turn: u v AMKwt, t-nuaieiixiia; t Tnom- aa. lueeunoaxc J J t'oweit. lunxnampowi; p L IHcaaoB. Savannah: O F Utratham. Waterville. U . V4l. UAs.fnHt. I U lki.i... . Me; Henry ivwrsnn. i. inciiinaii; J r Unr. House and lot for sale cheap, comer Jladtson and Peck streets. Apply at J. 11 Shelley's cash grocery. Lemon street. - jarj-t Boats. Two very oesu-able pleasure ttoats tor sale. Apply at Sunny Point. jaUM2t IS. P. Whtte. EaTl aarasnaa 8 Watkina, New York; W B Conaaiua. iMrhnra; M a Caitter. St. Aua-uatine: J oasa. 6a; B F slohrrta. ctty. BarzsiDa in Beal Estate. For sale in St. Johns Count v. Fla.. three and one quarter miles from Merri- field Stati-wi, on tbe Palatka and Sc An- gustine Railway, one farm of fifty-six acres, twenty under fence, fourteen un der cultivation, situate on a first class wasrsa road. Also other real estate, in. ply to J. F. Tonrr.-Federal Point, Fla. . jalsVtm 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 Thursdav 0 Such Bargains as will surprise even the most incredulous. I always mean business and insist that every body will be satisfied. Respectfully I. JACOBS03XT. Rescued from the Grave. 1 Uf artfe fsr suar "" was amiatad whh a blood diaaaaa wkVh U0U4 the avat Uial lrnnsit sai CaaSy raauha4 ia a wrjr tare aluatatad sad aly- luukia rsnalnj aar. aa aaa mi aar Batha, I triad evary kaaaa uni fy, auth ae the seraaparilW aad r-aab aaataiaa aad pmmnel af the beat fh)aii lane with ao baaaut la aay way. A few aaoaiha sgw ay sttantina was sailed a S. S. S, I arucurad aoaa ut thla ajealkioe, ha h aha hrgaa a taks aad ia a ahart tints Iracraiaii la seak aad atrength, aad tli. sure, abkh was Ihra earear thaa aiy head aad aieihaa ta the base, htgmm to Wat. f he bad haea ia such a werille rwaxlitina fur yaan aad wae aa aaar daath't dMr at th. tiaaa aba comairacrj ta. S. S, S. that I refraiaad fruaa tmm. nf th. acta kaows te the puUie. I publicly ants this aiataa-enl Iwe th. kiaiSt mt all who are aiBictad aa my wUe waa. Frrs rawit, Jotfa. Ca, C May aa, IMtf W. M. I.KLHK. F0 IALE. VsrDSTTEl ID I $500 Each for the Three Following Bargains. House and Lot, two squares from Florida Southern Railway HIhiim, in Palulka. Fifty-five Acres Land on Kast Side St. Johns River, jmrtly cleared with tatun on it, two miles from Palatka and St. Augustine Railway IV't, adjoining Mr. H. C. Warner. Building Lota on Palatka Heights, adjoining Mr. WiueKar. Also for Rent Desiralde Cottages with running water in tlient, and one pijaxl for gas, centrally lK-ated, river front. .I0ILV T. nuxx, de2iMm Next to Post Ollloe. Palatka. For Sick Headatbe, IHliousness, Constipation. The aore Irirpiit people feel. However llht may be iheir meal. rnoull ne'er la? auffere.1 u reiaie An.l lel a train of irraver woea. When lrt(tt llfilth they mav cure Tbroiiirh 1 AKKA VH Rl LtZtll, aiife ac aure. Ja22-Ltt HOTELS. BAYER S HOTEL, -GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA FERD. BAVLIL .... Proprietor. The South FIorila and Western and Florida Southern trainsall atop near this hotel. First class In every particular. Terms, &!.UU to $.100 p.-r day. Jul-3ra Huntington, Florida. NEW HOTELlUI-SI-SANA "II EKE IS HEALTH Fine location kewly FruxisiiED. Excellent Table. I'riee fs.u) to tlO 00 per week. Address, F. S. UU'OX. dell-im H tint.nrton. Fla. O. . BARRON, Proprietor, VA. IATK A.. . JVL.O It I DA. -GRIFFIh Is WUOLESALE AI.'ll RETAIL DEALKKH IN E3I .A. IR3D"VTJLIiS, Stoves, Doors, Sasli, UliiiUs, Paints, Oils, (ilass, Saddlery, Jlarnesfl. Vw Oransc Airam, Priinors, Clippers, Ladders, Ueltintr, Nails, (Jims. Hille risiois, iJariea .Mre. JJtc., I'liimblns, Tiimiiisr, Steam l'ipo (Jas, Htting. Asents for II. . Joliiisr Asbestos II cry s. Paints. Planet, Dcitz's Tubular Jr., Farm and piemen ts. Oil Stoves, (.arden Im- Florida Southern Buildings, Palatka, Fla. nr-'oit itrz ih:m;i: nolh iti :i .! WATCHES CLOCKS JEWELRY tTC. OPEN DECEMIIER TO MAY. Cuisine aad Sanitary Arrangamenttj Coapltte. WITH ALL THE MODERN CONVENIENCES Jad-tf THE GARLETON, Palatka. Florida. ANDU EVTSHE LLKY FKOPUIBTOR. Ilates, S'i.oOlo $3 Per Daj MM mm i''.i -:v A large stock of Bridal and Birthday Presents, at . JOHN F. SPECK'S Jewelry Store, Front St., Palatka, Fla. CLOTHING. GENTS' FURNISHINGS, SHOES, ETC. HAROVMRC. SS to " p. ea l 02 0: O P 2 O P' 5 1 1.8 Sf & in rnrcE of- HanlvaiR M Doors and Mis FOR t V. J. tTlFOAR. Presadent. IL J. ADAM", i , O. FATNF. Caahier. P. MEn.OF.HKAO Aaaiaf snt Csahlsr. FIRST MTIOMAL MM OF PALATKA. SUCCESSORS TO WE J. WINEGAR & CO., BANKERS PAID CP CAPITAL $100,000 SITRPIXS $20,O0O A General Banking Business Transacted. Buvs and Sella Foreign Exchange Correspondents: New York First National tmx ; Icpcrtera' and Traders' Boston. IIa7erllt L'sttcirJ Esnk. I will positively sell no Goods except FOR CASK 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 bv 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. ZED. T. T a iKf-fT HARDWARE DEALER, HASTS BLOCK - - . -.. . las PALATKA, TLA