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Y NEWS-PALATSA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 28, 1883.
eg a " ' 'www THE DAILY NEWS FALATKA NEWS PUBLISHINO CO. FaA-aTXa. WICMJJDA. www BCTLDIS O. OS KE1D 8T. PALATKA. FLA.. JAN. 28. 1888. Termfc r tswii win be delivered to etty anbserib a"seutaU at th. toUowin. rU ts on Throe mrvntri. ' .... 4 Ml u twi montha. Om rear. wvll m 91 pr v.ar. Heather Judicationi. SVtarafa. nJ Western norida, digMly fair vreather, U?M to fnth northwetterly wind. cm HOTIS. . ' v. ruthMt TTi. and Then by Oar mLUv viBninii w Eewjrtorial Carpi. Attention is called to the "lost" adver-.-. , Mr. J. II. Ilibbard in our ItlCUKiU mrj - "special column. ' Decayed planks on the Jacksonville, Tampa nd Key West wharves were re paired by a gang of workmen yesteruaj The steamer Crescent City on her last trip carried nearly a thousand boxes of oransres into Jacksonville for Northern markets. A basket social will be (riven next Tuesday evening at the residence of Mrs. Lansing f or the benefit -of the Fresoy terian Church. The Mayor's Court ii destined to be lively at the morning session. A large nnmhor rf cases will be presented for his Honor's disposal. Two well loaded lighters of wood from across the river were floated up to the wharves hack of 51. H. Dalton's wood yard yesterday morning. B. L. Lilienthat moved the furniture that he recently purchased from D. Brown to his Quarters en Lemon street yesterday. Having received a fine lot of new ra- sors of th best make, Robert E. Butler, the tonsorial artist, is prepared to give a first-class shave for only ten cents. ou will find him in Doyle's block on Leia on street. ' Captain Wade, of the steamer Curlew, ays that the fishermen at present are doing well on the river. For the last few days he has brought into the city an average of 300 shad daily, the catch of three boats, between here and Racy Point. The steamer Curlew, Captain B. F. . Wade, has secured the exclusive right of way to run between this point and Hart's Grove on the opposite side of the river. She will make trips every morn- m ing hereafter, leaving Palatka at 10 o'clock. Engine No. 4 was doing the freight yard work on the Jacksonville, Tampa " and Key West Railway yesterday. She "HIWI fwaaa tin akops who aha has been thoroughly overhauled, and is try lng her metal before going on the main line, for which she is intended. . Her tack is different from the -other loco motives on this line in that it is larger at the top. A large boiler was loaded upon a barge - yesterday preparatory to being trans ported up the Oclawaha River, as far as City Landing, by the steamer Marion, of . Hart's Line. The necessary equipment for a complete saw mill was placed on board the steamer. William U. Lari more is the party interested, and he hopes to have bis mill in operation before a great while. PERSONAL. S-juire J. H. Harp, of Orovesdale, was noticed in town yesterday. C. W. Lmualey, of New ork city, has pleasant apartmentB at the Saratoga. W. J. McKee, real estate agent of the Florida Southern Railway, is stopping at the Saratoga. Mrs. B. F. Wade, nee Miss May Leon ard, arrived on the steamer Crescent City yesterday. ' F. T. Rutherford, of Denver, yesterday passed through the city on his way to St. Augustine. ' C. V. Dickens, of Jacksonville, and T. Newhurger, of Savannah, are registered at the Saratoga. L. F. Willis, the well known saw mill man of Crescent City, was in Palatka on a business trip yesterday. Frophylactio in Sickness. "Typhoid Fever has broken out here again, but wherever Darby Prophylac tic Fluid has been freely used, there has been no fever." M. B. Lancaster, P. AI.. Ed. Central Alabamian. "The Fluid is not merely a deodorizer, but a disinfectant a destroyer of the disease genua in an atmonphere which cannot be breathed without danger," New York Eved Post. IS A ST&)Sa BEEEZE. TeBterdaT. Tacit Bace The Firat-Claas Priao Won The Third Tims. The third race of the St. Johns Yacht Club for the two plaques and the cup was sailed Yesterday. The Tidal Wave Yesterday won the prize for the first clasi. the "Volunteer" plaque, for good and all, this being the third time she has come in winner. The Martha has now won the "Thistle" plaque twice and the Bertha once, and in the 'third class the Jessie has won the cup twice. More races will be necessary to deckle the ownership of the second and third class prizes. The wind was strong and flawy from the southwest, making it preca rious sailing fur small boats. The Martha capsized and carried away her jib, and was towed in by Capt. Lucas steam- launch. The flag-ship Elizabeth, dis located her rudder and had to be towed ashore. - The olieerred time was as follows: FIRST CLASH. START. tJSlMi t-JMilO SECOND CLASS. S:XkR .... .3iJX S:84:t TBIRO CLASS. 9:31:40 TACBT. wigwam.... Tidal Wave. Martha. Bertha Wanderer... rtsiRH. 3:47:31 a40:aa 43M 1:17 JO nam Miriam SM30 Jortges, Commodore II. B. Enoa and z-Cooamodore B. XI.. Glidden. OSea J. B. EicLartlaoi'bfr.pIayt Gbnaid- uderable stretr gy. Of late more or less complaint baa been made to the c ity a uthorities to the effect that some un .rown partr was making a regular- practice of robbing hen roosts. The, '.Beers, ever on the alert, notified vr rio ua persona to whom the offenders w ould be more than apt to approach for t Joe stale of their booty, and then "kept c'oee" to watch the develop ment of the tnara. On Monday morning. bright and early, one of Florida's sable .brethren called at the Saratoga Hotel am a was on the point of disposing of a few fine chickens when suddenly he took fright and dropping hisrpoils broke for the corner and disappeared. The density of the prevailing fog prevented the inmf ttes of the house from obtaining anything like a description, so here the affair dropped for the time being. A few hours later man, presumably the same person, called at the Hutchinson House for tne ie purpose and readily disposed of six of his chickens to the unsuspecting landlady. After this nothing more of a suspicious nature happened until the middle of the week, when a number of fowls were sold at the' Phoenix, and Wednesday nine more were bought by Mr. Goodson, the provision dealer, on Front street. All this while the fellow was shrewd enoagh to elude the clutches of th law, but it is a "long lane which has no turn," and this scoundrel, who was beginning to make an excellent thing through bis wholesale pilfering, had but little time left in which to pro long his cowardly practices. His doom was impending. Thursday morning he again called at the Hutchinson House and after trans acting the necessary business In the dis posal of his stock promised to come back with more the next morning. This time the proprietress took particular pains to examine her dealer closely that she mizht recognize hira when he returned in order to be thoroughly convinced that the same one called each time. Her pre caution was well placed, and sure enough the identical man put in an appearance at the appointed hour according to agree ment the next morning. Mrs. Hutchin son, with womanly tact, told him to call a little Uter when she would have the money to purchase f rem him. In the meantime she notified Officer J. B. Richardson, ar 1 he immediately con cealed himself within the house and quietly awaited th return of the unsus pecting party. A short time passed and then the man, who had by his previous success become reckless and given him self to an over indulgence of intoxicants, returned from the saloon where he had been drinking heavily and again offered his chickens for sale. The landlady made some excuse tob into the house for the money, and "the man while waiting for her to return," said Policeman Richard son upon being entertained by a re porter, "was standing leaning against the porch with his back toward the door leisurely whittling a stick, when I step ped easily out and placing one band upon his shoulder, with the other point ed my revolver into his face. He wheel ed around and drew back his knife as though to strike, when I threw my pis tol closer and demanded him to drop that knife into my other hand which I extended to receive it. He hesitated but a moment and then gave it to me. Now, says I, 111 take you and the chick ens too." whereupon he collared the man and carried him to the county jail. The prisoner went along without re sistance, but owing to his condition it was imposHiDie lor tne Mayor to give mm a trial, it is case was laid over until yesterday, when his Honor dealt with him to the full extent of the law, which was a fine of f- and costs or ten days hard labor on the streets. The latter was deckled upon. This man is known as Sunny Small, alias Johnson. A Calico Ball The ladies of Palatka Height will give a calico ball at the Academy next Friday night. These various affairs at this place are becoming very popular, and in every instance those participating are fully 1 repaid by the enjoyment received on the different occasions. The tickets for the calico ball are to be had at any of the city drug stores, and B. L. Lilienthal's furniture establishment. Will GiT the Pig. To our query as to whom should giv the pig for the Gala Week sport, we have received reply. Messrs. J. P. Duane A Brcv, the popular proprietors of the Palatka General Market, yester day informed a reporter that they had jut received a number of fine pigs, and one of the lot, exactly suited for the pur pose, they would gladly present the Executive Committee. It is a noticeable fact that our citizens are beginning to see the importance of the occasion, and are showing their appreciation by liberal contributions. SOCIAL ETIQUETTE. Ta Kacasla. Host Caalaaaaat Trataa r anally Giva Offtotaa, If yon are fond of careless bousekeeping it is entirely your two. affair, but to impress it on your guests is an xperiment yon will not find successful, for .they will not stand it otten, says uooa Hooaskeeniiur. Tha mm. mg Bostess is particularly annoying at meals, and often obliges her gaesta to eat of unsavory or ill cook ad dishes in taa alTne save the feelings of one who AaarTM lirtl. consiaerauon, u mess you eat extra vaganUy she is sore the meal is "badly prepared," "not w your taste,- -overdone." "underdone she "lust knows you will starva." IXmt make people at Your table eat mor. than tkiy wish to; particularly don't orgs on them anything that is on atom aueationaiL by debating its merits, and so challenge a. vvuvb uerauu ) acaepc mora or it (aa a nnW u iui aupertur quauty) uiao is agreeable. HOTEL ARRIVALS. Pntnaaa Tloasa. William A. Drown and wife, Mtas Lille Drown. Miss Emily In-own, Phiutdelnhia; W. L. Dig gitHseity; John C. Jones, Orlando; W. L. Kunny and wife. J. 8. Maxwell ami wife, Boston; Bid well Wriaht and wife, Brooklyn; E. L. Lippin- cott. Atlantic Citv; 1. W. Stoke. Medford. N. J.; Charles E. Oast, wife and child. Pueblo. CoL; rt. V. " II1MI.1 wikp, w. mniiiiiihiwd; 1 K.s-korl and wife. Minneapolis c w. liouk- niirht. wife and children- Archer. Fla.: J. M. Lauder, wife and nurse. W Uliamston. . C.; Mrs. Ur. L. Montgomery. Mieanamy; t. D. Fjn- eraon. H. 1 Moutiromery. .-ninneapoiia: n.i' Hasklns and wtte. tton: wuiiam nern ana wif Hnmklrn: 8. B. Stinaon and wife. Phila delphia: George W. K etc ham and wife. New. ark; John B. Boberta. Mrs. C. C. Boberta. Phllat's phia; M. t . jtarnn, r. treen. ew York: John Ku.ldclL Mia S. Ku.MeiU Miss Ma RiuklelL New York city; W. W. Crawford. liH-hnnnd: M. H. Kavmono. si al lory pteam- tl. fi. firlfhtb. Js. ksonvi.fe: W. H. Thomas. Jr.. Mrs, Marcia Tboma. Baltimore; George K. iJame. -rhaton: M. Ik Well and wife. Chicago: Mis Mawklnney, Biaaon: George A. Kutler. New Haven: 1 r. Bnune. New ork city: Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Ryan. Frank 8. Byers, lenver. t oi. Carletaab Miss Marr Davta Fileri, Mo.: Georre F. Wright. South Carolina: E. McVeigh. Jackaon ville: H. Fraxier.Tuecal.awa, Ala.: Sammy IX, O'Brien. Chicago; C Johnson. G. tk M alley. New York; . j. nrauanaw. v lrgima; captain W. Avert. MLsa Grnca Avery. Mias Ida Avery. Boatua; A. M. Smith, New fork; O. B. Siasia, PURELY VEGETABLE. ' It acts with extraordinary efficacy on the TITER, KIDNEYS s U and BOWEL AM EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC FOR Malaria, Bowel Complaints lvapefMia, Sick H-alau'hr. Constipation, tiiiiowmm. Kidney A ffections. Jaunili.-e. Mental Ltepnamoa, Colic. B MedicinE. EST AMILY No household should be without it, and. bj betas kei mtdy tor iraaMMiiate une. will ihivm many an bour of sufferm and nuutr a dollar In time acid doctom' hula, -THEBE IS BIT OXE Simons Liter Reelator. See that you pt the frrauine with red "Z on frmt of wrapper. Pivparwl only by J. H. ZK1LIN CO., aote proprietors, I'liilit-lphia, Pa fctf-Price. $l.t Ja-Uv Johnson, 8. C; A. Burner. H. S. Remor. Br-Jin. Ontario; T. Lan biiran. St Paul: K. :. ilaytoo, BnivksviUe; John k owler, Louis Burpee, Jack sonville. & Province, P'lfrar Sarunt, Cln einnati: H. K. Whitman. Milton. PV: It- M. Hoioaaon. CharU'ston, S. C; J. 1 Iwie. Sew York: D. J. Thompson. Philadelphia: K. F. Vondttrlethe, Bhn: iivnrgv L. Iiavia, iiir minirham; F. P. Hsrtlfy. Syracu: 8. W. Trobrhlge, Boston; O. W. Ilrowninir. Savannah; J. A. Croat, Tampa; I M. liaia. ( hii-airo; '. V. IKckemv. Jacksonville; T. A. Simpn. Oeala; F. F. Newburirer. t-avannah; K. A. Pit-ot. Boa ton: W. J. Mekee. Florida Southern Uxilway; C. M. Lindeley. New York city; C. V. Parker, garacuae. Facralx. A. 8. Morton. Staunton, Va.: W. C. O'Don- nell, lirooklya; A. 1- ilbenttetn. New York: W. I. Wliite, l int iDDKti; y. t. K niirht, Sa au nan, Floriita and Western Rtailway; I'. J. White, Ormond; Mbw Anae Cariienter, Thoma Kyan. Louis hlumenbertr. liiistav flille, Philip Kodelliergnr. Paul Mffi'ie, Kendelioriu Ifuin tetie Club, of Bmntou; T. A. I'urhy, Fmm Pa latka; W. H. Burt. New York: Jamea O.Clark Ocala; l- 1. Younif. Jacksonville; K. a. Beat b and wife. New Haven; K. M. Moore, Florida Southern nail way. MARKET REPORTS. FINANCIAL. !( Toaa. January ST. Fxennnire dull but teadr. vyiibinH. yt ney eav at to 3. cl lav offered at Bub-Trenwrj. if -Id. tl ci.- oi.,1"; uo-rrLMKiu-T. eui-reiK;y, f iu..y.l. Governments dull nut firm 4 pc-r cents. iat; lour and a bait per vents, coup., lie. Biats uuoiH olui nut steady . Ala, Class A 8-5'a. KW-i S. O. Paeinc 1st. Tu Ala.ClaMB,a...110 XewYork Cener'l IC N'or'k Wit pre VA, lorfhern Pa'inc. 31 V Oeoriria I'amort. . 1UV4 N.C.oods'4 a ...lit N. C cona'd '.. w Nonh'n Puc pref. 44 H. C Brown cou. liO1 Tenn, aettte't 3'.. Painic Mail V deaJinv v irinnia 4H Vlririnia cooaol'd. 45 CheMapeak M Ohio. 4 Nerth western . . DUM North wmt'n pref.ii.P-, lieiawara a Lack-i-UI Erie 2J fcaitt Tennessee... Lake bhore ttW LouiaviUe N'wb. ' Memphia a 'bar Sii Mottile a tihio Id Sash, a Chat 7 Kith. AUefr'y... U" hicb. 4 Uariville tien. a v et I t ttock Island. U u paut iiw, t. Paul prerd . ll , Texas Paeirte. ... t-nnConl Ac Iron. 31 Cnion Pacilic... Sti MwHouri Pacilic. I it Veu-rn I'uion . TTT i ottou on urun. u Aaked. tuid. New YORK. January ST. The lately isaued reports of dividend paying roaiis, which ahow net earninaa lanrelr in excess of dividenda paid, and lrg"e eaab aurplue accumulatiug-. told on prices of Mocks to-1ay, and the market advanced easily on light purebnaes, not wit h- atandisK the fact that the cli(ues were mod erate seller throughout the day. Coal atocka received the moat attention, and late in the day Jersey Central became a upecial feature. making the Uoavleat advance for the day. Missouri Pacitie waa larirely bought by inaidera and Fort Worth and Denver waa atroaa- on the same kind of buying-. There was more foreiim buying than has been noticed of late, and Ger mans were purchases of Texas Paeinc, while London took Union Pacinu and Reading. Cur- tnnf of shorts was a factor in the improve ment, and brokers identinerl with prominent bear houxea wer conapicuoua buyers in every crowd, the market ahow in perceptible broud- eninir The opening waa quite dull but generally steady. There waa no marked feature in the liat until after the nrst ivmr, thouirh the ten dency was toward better Uirurea. About noon aime antmatioa w,a infumni iutodealiria'S. and more rapid progi-em waa made In an upward direction. After that time, however, the list sagged alowly and became exuremeiy dull, in the last bour, however. Jersey Central came to the front and moted up rapidly on larirely in. ere awed bumneiw. The gt'neral list felt the stimulus, and the market rieaed quiet to dull but Ins at small fractions better than nit prioea. Total sales, 1MMJU0 auarea. Ca:toa. Nlw York. January 37. Green A Co's report on eorbfti futures says: They have unoergone eonxKieraoie nuctuationa toiay, with at times eonuderable tendency to weakvn. but there was srain development of ex haustive capacity that has takeu care of the supply very we I, and preventoi a irencral aol serious ah linkage of value. Fiirurea shown in smaller draft upon stocks than anticipated, witn receipts rather above calculations, and this in eonjunctton with pretty free floating oi enruary notices, ereatea a aepreaninif tluence, under which cost, after going up two points, aroppefl tospoiuuirom tne tuabest. The kiss was afterward about half reotverel. and Anally again shailedand left linn! flumes i to 4 points under but eveuing. with the tone somewhat slack. All thinirs omsnlered. bow- ever, the market atooi up fairly, and anide from shaking out some of the loiura, olferuiKS were caretuiiy maue.' Niw York. January 27. Cotton dull sales, 64: upland. Id li-lrt: rleans, 1( l.t-ltl; net receipts at all ports, lM,at;l bales; exports to (ireat Britain. lLbT : to Prance. : to th Continent. 4J21: to the Channel. : stock. vsi.noe. Weekly net receipts at .New York. 6.47; groes, hiis. Em porta from New York for the week to fireat Britain, J.lttB : to Kran-e. i7i : to the Continent, 1.714; forwardefi, K.ir.'l ; aalea. to spinners, tu . ntw i ork, January corton et re- ceipla. box griM. sJUT baiva. Futures closed easy; aalea, lio,u. January. 10 5t.S)S: February. 10 Sl.m ft?- Jian-n, lu 4 ujiv t-x; -A prii, it itviu 77 ; stay, 19 tttuViO Ki; ."une, k MIOW: July, lo yj,t iu a; auiim, iu natEHf wk; ritemiier. 10 47 IO h Uctober. 1(1 lliif.K) Lii Nonmler. S VT.ul. COM PA RATI VB COTTOS ST ARM EST. Comparative cotton statement for the week railing January zr : , Met receipts at all Cm ted State porta during week Same week last year., Total receipt to this date, Total receipts to same date last y'r- US..i 4..'i.4 ivxporta tor tne weea " Same week lat vtar Ht:.4i' 174.WO Total exports to this diite ' to same date Uwt rear. . . i'.l.Vi.lH tock at all C. S. port. saute tune last year. VI Vll SH.imi Stock at si! interior Imnt same tiitie in&t vear. 12..I Stock at IJveriwol same tirte last year. Stock of American atloat for G'rt. 7riii.ia) Britain Stock of American an nt forureat Britain last vear 2SK.OI0 The following are the total net receipts of coiion at au porta since rcpiemuer 1. inc., Iy 1 aiea C.alveston iMH.114 Xew OrieanslJ71 MiHiile lSi.ifc Savannah 771.2ivi Charleston 3T1.77I Wilminirton... 1".4 Norfolk Baltimore iT.rft .Nv liirk 4.14 MMun Newport News- 7.S4 West Point a,71 Brunswick &&. Ptrt Koval li'Jt-3 Pensacout VK-rH Philadelphia... 1S&1 Total 4.4NJ.1TI3 I LrvBKPiou Janury 27. 4 p. m. Cotoa fli- ruree : January. 4U-S4, seller : January, February. 40-A4, seller : February-March, 5 404M. seller: Marcb-Apnl. 4-M. seller: Apru-May. a 474-44, seller: May-June, . ai-M, I oe: June-July, 4. M seller; Juiy-Auaust, & 4-S4, seller; Aurusteotember. S 4iMW. I buyer. uturcs cioaea quiot. WEEKLY COTTOS REPORT. OALVEtrroR. January 27 Cotton flrra: mid- dlimr Iu: net receipt WlSk imw SI, sales. Sfc stock. 4tCTJ(; weekly net receipt. 8 v4 ; gnaaj, lU.HiS; saiea, 3.SWI ; export to the Con tinent, 4.a; to Great tin tain, 11,732: to France,- . coastwise. JfORFOt-K. January 27 Cotton firm : mid dling, 9 l-l;-net receipt. 1J217 bales; groas re- caipta, 1:17; stock, Mll; export eoastwwe. : sales .0R: weekly net receipts &J9K.": map atKv extarta to Great Britain, iilH; oiastwisie. Bva. ; to tae vonunenc. . BALTtaoaa. January 27 Cot too easy: mid dlmg. lia ; net receipts, ; gross receipts. aalea, ; ot- 1S.! weekly net receipts l.lsdfc a-rtisa. S..1;ft : saiea. : to soinnera. 37: exporto to tireat Britain. 4 21k to the Continent, a,; to trance, sux cuaciwise lxm. BoeniB. Januarr 27 Cotton on let t mid . dling U: net receipts 12; grow receipts, 3. Vie; aalea, none; stock. ; weekly net receipt. S.ta5 s groea, 14.w: sale, ; exports to Great untain. coast wise. ; to tne Continent, WnJJrtsOTOS. January 27 Cotton firm: ml.L- dling. 10 ll-lifc net receipts 73S; groaa receipt. 72; aalea, : stuck. U..WS : exports ensnb 047 ; sales, : exports to Great Britain. ; coastwise, 1421 ; to the Continent, LAod; to Franca. . PRiutbRLPBlA. Januhry 27. Cotton firm middling lo44; net receipt 11 1; gross receipts. 44: stock. s,g7S: weekly net receipt. ii groas. List; exports to Great Britain, LJwl; to UMiuauDesi . Rayawbari. January 27 Cotton steady: aud- dlinsr V9a; net receipt, lame e-raas L--c aaiev 8U; stock, C!XU ; weekly net receipt, liitv; arroaa, 13,3ns; aalea. J ; zporta to Britain, urns xtt tne cuotuaant, lljteili wise. mjK to ranee, . SntOtuun Jaanary 27 Cotton Bra mid. dbng. ; net receipts. St; grosa reciua. S.RS4: ealca. Sssl; atork S743JI; weekly net re eeipta gross, ai.513; aaiea. CVJiK rix-ft to Great Britain, KXuui; to the Continent 10 BJoc latc11' ,; 10 Cmu,ne ! euaatwise, correction Exports coastwise January tl should have been S.ui; ZUb. 4.W7. Mowiix. Januarr 27. Cotton flrra ; mid dlnig.Wii: net receipts 729: gnna receiita. ;: aalea, ": stiek. aiuue weekly net aeceita, 4.471: s-rus 4.73; aaiea. 43e ei porta to Great Britain. 8.750; ouastwiae. Mem iff is, January S7. Cotton flrm : mid dling. 1:1. Id; net receipts 1J7S; shipments t-Vvi; saiea. XA, at-jek. laJ.liC; weekly net receipt. 4.tUi; gross, ld.7: sulea, 111.430 ; to spinners. . exports to Great Britain. ; coaat- wiae. . ArorxTA. Oa, January 7. Cotton stead nuddluiK-. 10 ; oet receipta, 4.IH ; shipmenta, -isaie; st-H.k34.uC: weekly nekreceipu. t.070: groaa. .; shipmenta. a. Cn.4RLawrosr, January Ti C..tun firm net receli.ta IJCrf : nrM r- . ' t on recipe 1 . . . o : ceipta. WC; aalea. 30; stock. JJ.tk. receipU. 8.lfi7: gnws S.Uf.;; aalea S.M ludluur, k wet-klv net the Lontiiient. .. to Great Britain. -to Frauce, 3,Uio; coaetwiae. ' M.jrrfiMi:RT. Janury 27. Cotton flrm -middling. ll-li; weekly net receipts 43 ship. r? taalea:f,2rant lU" k J,,,AO!.!,',.J"nu,"7 otnn steady; mid dliiur, S-IS; weekly net receipts 31. aaiea. Ml: st.x;k, present year, 3.7.14; stock, last year. 5JU7; suipinenta, 4.V4. Com-mbcs, January S7 Cotton ateaily; mld dluig. J,: w kiy net receipts, tjus ; ,p. meuia. l.!JS ; saiea, 1.1. A; abick ltw. lujmx. Nashtiij.e, January 7 Cotton flrm mid dling. Li-lrt; weekly net receipta. 34U : abip meuta 24; sal. a luti; spinners 4.M: St.. k pr4 entyear, .u7; hut year, 7,735 ; export i-oaat- Port Rotal, January 27. Cotton weekly net receipta, X ; stock, ; exports coast wise, m.l J,SlL. January 27. Cotton stea-ly ; mid- Home, January 27-dotton i ; weekly net receipta s; stock, a." flrm ; luiddling, slupmeuu Scasral Markats . . . -tuange UMlay was dull and iIdiim fminm. Tha grain markets were rather flat at me n, uui narueneu almost immediately, et dipiye.i k-sa Itrmaea than corn. There was a sharp bulge iu ail of the mar- meia juh tpeiore tne close, an.l olg raiying by several prominent bouses forced May wheat hi.wkt, " 1111 11 eioaeu at wj. Corn opened dall and ennrmued n. tirae. May selliiuc off fmm aO, m u i.. it was discovered that the pitaoalpers had over 64. By noon covet-in by sWrts and other uu.,mg nan snavoi May up to aa0.!-. wm. h figure it clustal. t lulu were iuile active and elai at a fair ao an-e; nay at t-rovisiona opened firm on light receipts of thattliere was plenty of property for saie and ri it-en VI (Clieu. .aan auoiHiHina were aa ffiww. v..- dull and neglected. No. S Murimr tvh. 76-VwTs ; Nfc Sprinir Wheat. : N.i rl. No. 2 Corn. 4su,,n. v.. 1 - - ica, 1 yrw . ri, jui 1 , . .a rti t a.u. hort rii aid,-4. hxia-- 7 . 1 7 i. ..it.. snoulrters, Isxeti. -K'AtnJi. n.,rt cliar si-lea. wa.Tiiig futures closed a l-.llows: Wheat January. ; February, Tiwa March, : May, Corn January, ! enruary. 4-i: March. : Muv Kl t.t January, ; rtl.ruary. : Miv.tlWL Mesa Pork year. ; January,; lei. renruary, si May, SI4.7SV. Iar,l -Jnn "ary, ; rebruary. t.jr.: May. 17.77W. J'ort Hiha Janiiary, 7..V; February. : Nrw York, January 27. -esotif hern rinur sieaoy pimmmi 10 t,irni.!:ur.V.J: s-s 10 cutMce .4Jt lieut otuua ruied strong thnaigbout ; spot H to 4 cent better t.nt rather iiuiet ; No. S red. January. H.ti: L . . . - . . ...... . ..I.-.. . oooona s to H, and 8ot H toi cent hiirher, closing arm; No. 8 January. Sl1: Fel.ru iry, SiA.kMiIS: May. hi fl . ata a shade higher, cloning hrm: No. 2. January nominal at ;e' ',: l-coruiiry, di'twr-tti. : May. Saw-t;' : No. i. -'i, n-uw; miieu western. tinpa stow. C.iifce sit fair ICKi weak and nomi nal: options opened active, lower and liuvt- tied: No. 7 Kii, Jsnuary. ll.l 'li; irlt. ruary, I3.V. tti; Wn-h.fUii. l;.,. ruirar dull an-1 nominal; redueil quiet. Mulasei dull. Kice firm. Cotton Seed Oil nuiet at :ii tor cru-ie; eii tor renned. K.in stea-ly at tl UK.il.las4. Tunentina dull ai 41. Hides uucbaloreF and timet. Wm1 .lull .ml unchanged ilomestks tteece, 23.(17 : pulleil. m latter cnoice: III as. I.t.rio. fork firm and more actie mesa, Sl.Vr l.Vii. Beef stea-ly. Beef hams dull at 17. Tierced Beef stea-lv. Cut meat firm. Pickled bellie. T.-i:. Pickled shoulders, SVi&rt1- Mid-lies BomuiaL Lard oienel stea-ly. closing firm Veicru steam. sp-f, f7.7V -t.ZJK February, $7.t4 i 7.7S; Way. S..7W(t7.!4: citv tnnm. SlJiu. Fn-ivhia uuii vouou, a: train, 140. Nilw OHi.ri.s. January 37. Coffee mar ket dull and lower Rio cartroea common to prime. 1l4 r.l. Kk is in a-ood demand Ixiuiauuia ordinary to prime. 4j.,t-Vi. Uixton tSeci proilucts dull an-i li-miinul; prime crude oil. t: summer jeilowoil, uoiuiiial. Sugar steady and in good deman-1 luuiaua open kettle choice, 5 ll-Irt; prime to strictly prime, ii ; prime, 4 1.V1S; fully fair, good fair, 4f& i 11-lrt: good common. 4-x4 Laiuisiaua centrifugals, choice white. SH-iTVi: clvace yellow clarined, a-'niD-.; prime yellow clnrittcd. 13-IS: orf yellow clarified. S 11-1,,.. Molasses dull Louisiana ouen kettle -hou 4: strictly lrime. ;o.r-14; good prime, Louisiana centrifugals, strictly b, 2.b24.: prime to good prime. 1!" rime to choice, fair to good fair, latlli. St. Louts. January 27 Vloor onkUn,.,i Wheat higner No. 2 red cash. MxL Januarv. -; February. wWh: Mav. te,jtt- cash, 47- -v47s ; January, ; February. 471: May. W4!4y-4, Out flrm an.l stea l v cah. a (t. frill ; January. : May. Hl"U Whisky ateady at $1.Ub. Provisions firm. P-k, new, li.T.Vovl.V. Lard. 7.1V llrv aalt meats, boxed, shoulders. iVVTfr ; long clear 7.r., ; clear ribs, f 7.2 ; short clear. S.-'7W. Baoou boxetl shfiui.iera. Si"slr,&. bm clear, $SJC: clear ribs, i.4V ; atiort clear, 8JS.'i. Hams steady at $lOJdr12- W ilmixoTO. Januarr 27 Turpentine stem lv at :t. Uosin tlrin: traine flrm: strained. in good atraliied. so. tar nrm at Sl.io. I'rude Turnent ine arm hard. tlJXI: veilow din. f-.iV virain. 22. CHARLES-roia. January 27. Turpentine nomi ul. with notluna dolmr. Hisun miyt voot strained. 8a. SATiniH. January 27. Turnentin i-m at . Kosin steady at Kjif7. SPECIAL NOTICES. Remember the Putnam Kink will be from 3 to 5 and from It open this evening oil to 10. Lost A small book with stubs show- ing delivery of barrels of oil. Reward. Return to J. H. Hibbard. ja28-tf Prize s hoot in c at the branch nt tha Putnam Kink. Three live wild ducks as prizes, two for the highest score out of six shots and one for the second best. G. E. Skipjier will furnish ducks, iaia-tf A few thousand choice budded oransre. lemon and tangerine trees, price f 15 ja r hundre-1. Addreas Mrs. K. B. Hunting ton, Huntington, Fla- ja2-6t eod OraDces via Steamer J. Svlvet.ter and Clyde Line, Palatka to New York 30 cents per box. ja26-5td<w Two Horses. Cart. Buartrv and Harnetta lor sale. Appir to fc 1. Lane. jai-4td2tw Rock Lime. First oualitr Rock LimsmannfArfiiml by the Ocala Lime Company, for sale br tne single narrei or car lotvl, by C t . Eaton. aent, Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West Railway wliarf. dell-tf Buy Canada Hard Wood Ashe. l?.t fertilizer in use. at Geo. R. Fostc r & Co.'s. jai.-lot Go to Shelley's cash grocery for coffee rAaated daily by a man of seventeen years' experience. j'JVMJt Champaene Cider and Gimrer Ale. non- intoxH-atmg beveragre, just received at R. & E. J. Smith's, No. S Lemon street. ja6-tf . ' . Stop Coughing! Iceland Moss and Flaxseed Di-rms will do. At R. & E. J. Smith's, No. 8. Lemon Street. ia-tf For rent or sale, a handsome two and a half story Kuc lence, central part of town, lauttka: ten rooms an J all con veniences. Apply, O. 11. Stafforil. del5-2mo House ami kit for sals chean. co-mr .Mfctison ana i'cs: streets. Apj.lv at J. 11 Shelley's cash grocery, Lemon street. .oats. Two Terr desirable rtiearar Hosts tor sale. Apply at Sonny Point. jal9-l2t . P. Whit. Bargains ia Seal Estate. For sale in St. Johns Omntv. Fla three and one qnarter miles from Merri- neid statKi. on the Palatka and St. An- gnsUne Kailwar, one farm of fifty-six seres, twenty under fence, fonrteen nn. der cultivation, situate on a first claaa wagon road. Also o$her real estate. Ap ply to J. F. Tesxit, Federal Point, FU. I - ft - - ' 1 . - awaMasssssssssssMssMssasMass ' jalS-Sm I "MO. swt MOM. MTIOMS. tvTC. I . . 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 af f J 7 n 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! For Sick Headache, Itiliousnest. Constipation. The s-re twirna people feel. However Imht may tie their meal, ehoul-l iie'er lie sufferel to repuae Anl hreed a train i.f rraver woe. V ben ftrffrt Utility thev mav seeure ThnHighlAKKAM stttZtK, safe SC. sure. J22-13t HOTELS. BAYER'S HOTEL, -OAIXEAVILLE. FLOUIDA FERI. BAY tit. .... Proprietor. The Xouth n.M-i.1 and Western ami Florida Southern trainsall stop near t bis hotel. First class in every partk-ular. Term. $2.00 to 3.00 er dy. Jal-3u Huntington, Florida. NEW HOTERDI-SI-SANA "HERE IS HEALTH." Fixe locatiom newlv Excellent Tahle. Price .00 FURNISHED, to (10 00 per week. Address, F. S. II A COX, Ilunt.nirton, Fla. dtll-Tm PUTNAr.1 HOUSE O. O. BARRON, Proprietor, PALATK A. FLOHIDA 0PEX DIX'EXBEIl TO MAY. Caisino and Sanitary Arrangements Complete. WITH ALL THE MODERN CONVENIENCES Jas-tf THE CARLETON, Palatka. Florida. ANDREVSIIELLEY PROPRIETOR. Kates, S2.50 to 83 Per Bay CLOTHING. GENTS' FURNISHINGS, SHOES, ETC. q a a 2 a w v rr Ib-l i i sv r ' f mi i i 1 I 5H ii-fi J m. CD ? oq R- 3. ArAM. Vlca-preudeot. H.O. Praaiiksnt. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF "PALATKA. SUCCESSORS TO WH. J. MEGAR & C0., RAMERi ' PAID TP CAPITAL. .'. $100,000 SCBPIXS..... .$50,000 A General Bankint: Business roreign jxenange uorregpeaaents: Wew York First National Bank ; Importers' and Traders Boston . llaverink Il&tiocal Bank. . mm i sawaasBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaHaaBiawH ji i sf Thiorsdavn mm HABDWABE, Moves, Doors, Sash Uraiiffc Wraps, riC.W,ra?? infnSK W'PPC", Ladders, ltcltinir, Niiils, (ji Mstols, Barbed Wire. Ktc., IMuiiiblii!?, Tiimliiir, Klean (.as ilttlne: Agents for II. W. .Ioluisr Asbesj Paints. Planet, plements. Florida Southern Buildings, if 0SV gar a Mi PA TNE, Csahwr. P. MFRf RREA D Aauataai Caahler. Transacted. Buys and Sells Rescued from the Brave. Uf v far assay nn was sfllasss aMUal IraaSxsaat sU taay rsa.tlia ia a vary sa aaa af tar Bash I wtea every ksewa S-xtaws aaa at sstiisliiias ef tas beat akairlsns wttfc baaaat Is say way. A law asaatks ay sty awisilss wascsIWd f 8. 8. , I peocarsd am J ikb aWicioa, akkk ah sagas a take aa4 ia a abort tua liirrmii kt Bask aa straagik, mod th ear, akick was lia larrar tha aiy kaa sad wM ta tka kaea, begaa to h'. Ska kaa basa la soak a twvtt.1 soaaisa (or years aad was a. aaar aaalk's Soar at lb tana alia coaauac4. th $. S. S. tbal I rafialaed tram axakiag ta (acts kaewa ta th public I publicly awks ta mi nl for tk beasfk at all wb ar affllcwd a sty wifa , Frra Faarra, Jasvaa Cat, Ca Vay a. "W $500 Each, ' Following Bargains. House and Lot, two squares from Florida Southern Railway Shop, in Palatka Fifty-five Acres Land on East Side St. Johns River, partly cleared with Cabia en it, two miles from Palatka and St. Augustine Railway Dejiot, adjoining- Mr. S C. Warner. Building Lots on Palatka Heights, adjoining Mr. WineRar. Also for Rent Dt-sirabla Cottage with running water in them, and one ppu for gas, centrally located, river front. J0IIX T. DUNN, do28-lm Next to Post little. Palatka. ?m WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS Blinds, Paints, Oils, Glass, BI W wB IJeitz's Tubular Oil Stoves. Jr., Farm and Garden Im trrtii itior 1I:(V 15 HOl.lfIT i: I . jl MMBBa.MMBSSMMi WATCHES CLOCKS JfWELRY ITC. Mid A large stock of Bridal and. Birthday Presents, at JOHN F. SPECK'S Jewelry Store, Front St., Palatka, Fla: HARDWARE. IN PRICE OF Hare FOK Spot 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 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 HARDWARE HARTS BLOCK ... rkk a Meat alataaa whkk WaaW ta Wyv alcamad aaa a!y loakiag raaalag raasdy, sutk aa th asraaaahUa aa4 B. U. CKCXM, tSM H3 T for the Three Ulla IN Saddlery, Harness. Cutlery a . m m. m m nils, iuiles, in Tipe -it 114 Palatka, Fla. dvK-lr time accounts. A 1STIE3, DEALER, . . palatka. TLA Sasli, Doors id fills v f V