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Term.
S. S.S. vs. POTASH.
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M'ivMt by aall at taw following- rataa:
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swssaw atsa aetssa ft tea years,
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H.H. ROOERO & Co.'s
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1 laavrshaaldars. I took a. a. .sad k ha dun mm aiora tlu. all ..ih .adi.
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FIRE BUGS!
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TON'S WOOD YARD BURNED.
Miibm'i Iton la a Bias'
CIUmu laalcwaat.
FOR ONE WEEK,
I ffitSE MOM FOR SPEilfJG GOODS!
Last night Palatka was t kited by flits
of (apposed incendiary orrrjin. The
hop belonging to If r. A. L. Jane,
builder of water tanks, and Mr. 1L II.
DsJtoa's wood splitting factory at the
head of Hirer street, were entirely con
sumed. The fire started at about tan
minntea past 11 o'clock and had pt digress
ed ao far by the time it was diacoTered
that it waa impossible to save the build
ing from destruction. Some ten minutes
elapsed before a general alarm could be
given. Men stood and yelled time and
again bat apparently to no avail our
fire bell, do we hear somebody say? Ob,
yes, it rang; after a while, and, then, so
faint'y that it is doubtful whether a
third of our citizens heard it.
A large crowd had congregated before
any of the Fire Department had shown
up, and gaining entrance to the ware
house, the Jacksonville, Tampa and Kef
West Railway hose had a good stream
playing upon the surrounding buildings
as the West End hose were unrolling
their hose. The North End came in
next, followed by the Putnam Alert,
and hv this tim throo etr fnnr nnwmrfnl
streams were doing good service upon I VfilVfi'tO. TTHlTI sTIingfl tC.
Th building wu constructed of sheet
Swi Mil in lm mm
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 Entra Fine Hosiery, worth 50 to 65c, at
35c.
500 pairs Lisle Thread Hosiery, at 17c.
20 dozen Gents' Unlaundried Shirts, Linen Bosom,
at 49c.
IPrices Out in Two
In Cloaks, Newmarkets, Bed Spreads, Lace Curtains,
iron, and as the contents both above and
below were mostly pitch pine and cy
press woods, the fire becarne so intensely
hot that it was quite beyond human en
durance to get within a serviceable dis
tance until the flames had been some
what subdued.
Mr. Dalton, who , at the - time of the
alarm was upon Lemon street, rushed
quickly to the office, which stood a little
to the rear of the burning structure, and
braving the awful beat, attempted to get
at his books, but was finally forced to
rewrn. His office, however, was saved.
From Mr. Dalton a reporter of Thk
Palatka News learned that a horse and
a mule were enwrapped in flames and
burned to death long before he arrived
at the scene, anl that only a few days
since he had given 300 for the former.
Mr. Dalton states that in roughly esti
mating his loss he places it in the neigh
bor hoed of $2,000, with an insurance of
$1,000.
Mr. Jones at the time of this writing
is out of the city, having left on the 6
o'clock train yesterday afternoon for
Sanford, consequently his loss cannot
be chronicled as yet. We are informed,
however, that he had just completed
several new tanks, and that they also
" were destroyed.
The hydrants were put to an excellent
test and there is now no room to criti
cise the inefficiency of the Palatka
Water Works they did welL Within
one hour after starting, the fire was ex
tinguished and the West End Hose was
left to play over the reins and a large
wood pile which was still burning in the
center. The fire was put out entirely
by the use of the hydrants.
soma ATTEMPT.
Scarcely half an hour passed after the
greater part of the crowd of spectators
had dispersed when Mr. Hill, clerk
at Henia PetevBianiCs, in look
ing around the neighboring build
ings of the store to see that all
was as it should be, discovered a bright
light which he at first took to be a light
- in the dwelling of Dr. Ames, some dis
tance from the Peermnn grocery store,
but upon closer examination he found
it to be a burst of flames. He im
mediately gave an alarm and with the
help of several persons who were pass
ing by succeeded in putting it out. In
vestigation shows that a handkerchief
and shavings had been so placed between
the walls buck of the barber shop that it
would soon rush up stairs and envelope
the entire building and then the block.
The handkerchief or rag bad seemingly
been satuated with oil and then stuffed
up under the weather board inf. No
shavings were about the place when the
store was closed. Mr. Hill, with the aid
of Mr. Cross, put the fire out and at the
same time awakening Mr. Lockwood,
who lives in the second story.
Weather Judications.
Maatern and VTeattm Florida, slight
r ha iite in temperature; fair weather.
followed tn raim: Uaht to freak mouth-
treat trig winds. -
CITY SOTIS.
resi-
Palatka
Item Gathered Ears and There by Our
Beportorial Corps.
Mr. S. W. Ooodale, a prominent
dent of Crescent City, was in
yesterday.
We find registered at the Saratoga
Messrs. Goodman, Fabains. Rosenheim
and ICewburger, of Savannah.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. T. Heir and child.
of Syracuse, are booked at the Saratoga
for the seoaon.
Sunny Small, alias Johnson it is found.
has more or less outstanding charges
from various places besides Palatka, for
the theft of chickens. Marion County
has two indictments against him.
Before Judge Haughton yesterday
appeared one DnTid Sims, charged with
insulting a teacher in the presence of bis
pupils last November, for which be was
fined $35 ami cottts, or $38.88 in full.
A large force of men from the Florida
Southern Railway shops were at work
yesterday at the Jacksonville, Tampa
and Key West wharves loading a loco
motive Uo-W upon a "flat" to be trans
ported to Green Cove for the Melrose
and Green Cove Railway.
Engineer Col well yesterday took a
party of ladies on his new locomotive.
No. 21, down the Florida Southern Rail
way as far as Ocala. The paity con
sisted of Mesdamea F. M. Myers and R.
F. Wade, and Misses Gussy Glen and
Ola Leonard. They enjoyed a pleasant
ride.
Attention is called to Capt. Butler's
"n -st advertisement in our "special'
column. Mr. Butler has but little
doubt that the book was taken , from his
coat pocket at his mill, and has hope
that as soon as the thief found the
worthlessness of the book to any one ex
cept the owner that he might have
thrown it aside and thereby given oppor
tunity to some passing person who
would very likely pick it up and return
to him.
The St. Johns and Halifax Railroad
will give an excursion to-morrow to
Ormond, from this city. This is the date
of the grand Annual Tournament for the
Ormond banner. The Hernando Com
pany will probably do some excellent
riding. The contest will be called at 2
o'clock. Th steamer Louue will leave
the Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West
Railway wharves at 10:10 in the
ing. The round trip fare is placed at
the low rate of $1.23.
will give full information. Mail mat
ter promptly attended to and satisfaction
guaranteed. Call on or write to Mr.
Kennedv.
Biliousness.
We have tested its virtues, personally,
and know that for Dyspepsia, Bilious
ness and Throbbing Headache, it is the
beet medicine the world ever saw. We
tried forty other remedies befor-e Sim
mons Liver Regulator, but noae of them
gave us more than temporary relief; the
Regulator not only relieTd but cured
us. 1L. II. Jones, bl. Telegraph and
Messenger, Macon, Ox
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
For
Sick Headache,
Biliousness,
.Constipation.
The sure Lhri w imJu people feel,
however litit may tie their meal.
MkmiI.1 ne'er lie iifret U reiee
And bre1 a train nf graver wow.
When Ptrtrrt Haittk they may fweure
ThnxiKb TAKKANr'M ELtZftU, sofa ac
sure.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
ML New
H. Kel-
ratum FfoaM.
Ana Steven and wife. New Tork: W. IT. Ben
ton and wire. HruolUvu: r. . wataon ail wife.
Leicester. Mw; T. r . Mason. w l urk; J. K.
Rlaekerand wife, A. P. Ritehinir. wife and
nume. H(.iii: J. A. Trawford and wife, Lo-
a-aniiport. Ilia.; J. W. Inn, city; Jaiuca A.
Morrill. Jat-kmville; E. K. William and wife.
Brooklyn; A. H. Turner and wife. Mm E. H.
Hunt. Arhuelet. H.: P. YV. liomlnch and
wife, Btn; W. K. Kitchen and wife, New
York; K- W. Itouirlam and wife. St. Lnuiiu lieo.
M. Bray ton and wife, Minneapoii-a; Hiram A.
rrynr. jacknonvtue; Miaa A. Ilowel
York. a. U. Taylor. hk.-n.ri: hnt-iea
htrar. Cincinnati: Ueoriie L. Taylor. Atlanta:
n. . w uiara ani wite. vt aMnimrton: Mr. and
Mra. F. r. lt. ll. PhitaleUioia: Mlaa Aabler. Mia
Anita Ah!ey, New York; Mint Lome. Mwa iKc
rot ha Lame, Buxton: Mn. Charlea Prancis, Mra.
Hubert Lour, Hubert Iakht. Oeoore A. I.onir,
laterlachen: fieorxe W. lit-ala. Btxtom J. Mun-
roe Taylor. Mrs. . C. Holiiilay, M urn Louue
Itavia, Mr. and Mrs. J. n . Noble, 'ort liatea,
Kla -: U. H. A. El in. Knaland: W. K. Aniol.l
rAouth Horl.la Kailwan M. F. Rmidsou. New
York: William N. By era and wife, lienver.
CoL; Frank . Byent, Denver. Col.; '. E. tim.
wife and child. Pueblo. 1 ol.; J. L. Kecurd and
wife, Minneapolia: A. M. Haywood, Bruna
wick. Gau f.eorif L. Walker. W. A. Lew a,
Ptttabunr: Mrs. . M. Dunree. Emma buiimr.
Chicairu; O. W. Porter, i aluia, Mr.- W. E.
Thome, Oeorn B. Itame, Kniuat City; Mr. and
jars. A. j. lMwea. l. uotiertMon. Jlontreal; C
A. Brown. Brooklyn: tieonre Pointlexter.
(zeoriria: W. H. ButTum, Brooklrn; W. W. Van
Audea. Brooklyn.
jraasaM.
W. S. Moore, Hawthorn; W. H. Howe, Nash
ville; Jatnea M. Howe, HopkinaviUo, Ky.; M.
" - i- nufvn rit) ; c. n a ar
tre, Jackaonville: Calvin Swallow. Boston; M.
I). Reed and wife. J. T. Walker, an Francia-
coc . jm. lain, t reacent Citv: Oliver Kellv.
ft- AuiuntiiM- J. Knot PhtllHM. Joe Kline.
New York: A. J. Beach, Halwton; Mr. and
Mrs. W. Freeman, Oramre, N. J.: J. H. Jeffries.
New lurk: Tom IMckiiMon. A tl.ru. -
an r. r. nudiw. n iiuiininoii, lel.:
W. B. Preatnn. SV J. Phillina. Wilminirton. Iil -
a. nwouia r unvr. Mum t,race m. r lMCier. tsalu-
morn; U. P. Keymond and wife. New York: C.
H. Bt-nt, Bartow: K. M. Barton. D. T. Clippin-
p"i ne, .naiutuoiKa: rrana rcetcnarat,
Brooklyn; Z. J. McKay. Florida: J. W. Knltrht.
Flora tltr: A. IX. Tomokina. ThotnanvilU H.
x. rarrar, iew or: Joun m. lavlor.
Bmokaville. Kla William D. Menden-
aau. moomneld. A. 9. tvndey. tlutls.
neraiaaa.
. H. OMMaJlia. tanttiMn KnHnn I w
FlibLiU. W X . , I i a
Mvannan, jaa. jic.mtiii. Arenl Templeton
Opera Company. F. Newljnirer. E. Faharina.
favannan, . J. ncn.ee, la. vk KJ ti. m.
CarolL Palatka. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. liter,
child and inaiL ttyracuae. T. P. Creech. New
York, Wm. T. BUine.Iuw-'i-m. Nat. Mown.
beim. ttavannaa. Iboa. F. Harman and wife.
Newberry, f- C I. W. Johnaun. JukiMML fr la.
H. K. Whitman. Milton. Pa T. M- McManua
ana wire, rort ueorse, r. K. taiaey. Boston.
Biater Lerywtte, Brooklyn. Mm, Mrs. C B.
Xjunx, M. Louat, C. H. tioodrich, CUicaa-o.
Car la to a.
C. H. Jobnaon and wife. Cleveland- 0 W P.
H. Peterson. Kast Point. 8. P. Watson. New
Orleana. Mrs. S P. Hawthorn. Ifawtborn. Fla
Oeorwe Burke, Michiaan. John T. Wilson,
. irjpnua, a. xt. twien. ihkio, k. b.
McVeurb. St. Autros'lne. Mr. and Mrs, Kiowa.
rnuaueivnia. J. rt. t.racv. tiracv. ia T Lu
vujan. a, raui, Jtmn.
Lost.
Parties will confer a favor by return
ing Kilrain Colors to Shellev's cash
grocery. ja31-3t
Great Auction Sale.
Monday. February 5, 1888, at Richard
son s. Of oiute the old W etnershee Place,
Peniel, Furniture and General JloU'te-
Furniithing Ciooila, connisting of Parlor
Suits, Cliamber Suits, Dining Room and
Kitchen t urniture, sewing Machine,
Bedding, Crockery, etc. Sale to com
mence at 11 a. m. IS. L. LlLIE-VTHAL,
It Auctioneer.
Last Reward.
On Saturday, a small notebook con
taining accounts of my Hox and tvhingle
buainesa. Any person finding same will
oblige by leaving it at thisothce.
It T. C. BCTLEK.
For sale, 400 choice budded Orange
Trees. 1 to 3 year buds, varieties. Meli
teranean Sweets and Smyrna; also fifty
Umbrella China trees, and fifty each
English and French Mul terries, all
healthy clean trees, cheap for cash. Ad
dress, E. V. Bowiz, Lake Cotno. Put-
nam Co., Fla. ja31-gtlf.Hw
A notion.
I will sell at public auction to the
highest bidder on Thursday. February
3, 1888. at 2 p. m., on the premises, the
building, subject to lease formerly oc
cupied by E, C. Post as a furniture store
on Lemon Street, opposite the Court
House. 11. L. LlLIEXTHAL,
Auctioneer.
Palatka, Fla., January 80, 1888.
. ja31-3t
Tor Sale.
Twenty acres of land, pine and ham
mock, quarter of a mile from Inter
lac hen Depot. House of three rooms.
Nearly two acres fenced and set in
budded orange trees. Apply N. Hast
ings. ja31-3t
Window Shades 25c.. 50c. and 7.V.
plain or fancy, at Lilientbal's. ja29-tf
Xew Matting cheap at Lilienthal's.
ja29-tf
For rent at Lake Cotno. a small Cot
taire furnished. For terms address Box
SIM. Palatka. iauTuFASu4t
Oranizee via Steamer J. Hvlvester and
Clyde Line, Palatka to New York 30
cents per box. jaSrVotdctltw
But Canada Hard Wood Ashea. best
'ertiiixer in use. at Geo. R. Foster et Co.'s.
' jaaviot
Mayor's Gourt.
" His Honor, the Mayor, yesterday dis
posed of five cases of delinquency. John
Wiggins allowed his temper to obtain
the upper hand, and to relieve his feel
ings indulged in a burst of profanity.
This, being an offense to the ears of our
indefatigable police, be waa brought up
and fined $1 and costs.
Ida Jackson and Maida Bryant, being
in mood defiant, disorderly did become,
when an officer that way happen in, put
them the pen in, and for each $1 and
costs was the sum.
Edward Richardson was guilty of
using obscene language, and Officer
Richardson, disgusted that one of the
should so disgrace it, took his
along, and the Mayor said j
that $1 and costs would satisfy the ends
of justice.
dm Myers was fined $9 and costs for
aUasrlariy eondact.
Tacit dab Meeting.
The members of the St. Johns Yacht
Club are requested to meet at their
' rooms this evening at 8 o'clock sharp, to
arrange for the regatta on the 15th and
16th. 11. M. Moctxoiaix.
Sec. and Treaa.
Welaka and Froitland Peninsula,
A more 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 beet land can be bought
at $10 per acre, and town property is
cheap.
Go to the Frnitland Peninsula.
boats daily to Welaka, twenty-ft
south of nusvtkav J. Kin:
tSs mart! act far tfca
Bread f ruit Tree.
Orlando Reporter.
The Artocarpus, or bread fruit tree of
the tropics, somewhat resembles a stout.
se-limbed sumach tree, although the
leaves are more rounded than sumach.
The specimen on Mr. A. I. Bid well's
place, near this citv ia about ten feet in
height and is blooming. The flowers of
the bread first are as remarkable looking
as lam tree itself, ana tney much resem-
ole a lot of little white worms half an
inch in lenirth. sticking about -on the
limbs. The fruit of this tree, so rare in
flonda, will be watched with great interest.
The Comnarlsea to Favorable.
Sc. Louis Fuat-Dispatoh.
The Macon Telesrarh save that Bou-
leiie ia toe "Handbag of the House ot
Representatives,' but the comparison is
not leucitous. A sandbag has its mouth
tied up with a string, while Bou telle fre
quently has bis stopped up with his foot.
Champagne Cider and Ginger Ale. non-
intoxK-anna: beverages, just received at
R. ft E. J. Smith's, Ho, 8 Lemon street.
jakVtf
Stop GraghingJ
Iceland Moss and Flaxseed Drone will
do. At B.&E.J. Smith's, No. 8. Lei
Street.
pmon
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For rent or sale, a handsome two and
a half story Residence, central part of
town. Palatka; ten rooms and all con-
'eniencea. Apply.'G. U. Stafford.
delS-Snto
Baata.
Two very aeairabtw pleasure Koata tor
sale. Apply at Sunnv Potut.
jaM2 N. P. Whit.
ila. Two I SmT''pJ"
Bargains in Beal Estate.
For sale in St. Johns Countr. Fla..
three and one Quarter miles from Merri-
field Stat), on the Palatka and St. Au-
guatine Kail way, one farm of fifty-six
t acres, twenty under fence, fourteen un
der cultivation, situate on a first class
wagnn road. Also other real estate. Ap
ply to J. F. Tctnxt, Federal Point, Fla.
jal8-3m
A few thousand ehrjioa budded oranre.
lemon and tanaria treea, price CIS per
aafi.au
Ila.
llantioar-
irJU-U eod
IH DRV GOODS flfJB SHOES.
All Dress Goods, Flannels. Cloaks.
onawis, jacKets, Jtsianiiets, Comforts
jiiaTOngs, uaxpets, at a Sacrifice.
BIG DISCOUNT ON SHOES.
I. JACOBSON,
PHOENIX BLOCK.
FOB MLt.
$500
A-iETTjEIIDI
Each for the Three
Following Bargains.
House and Lot, two squares from Florida Southern 1 tail way Shops, in Talatka,
Fifty-five Acres Land on East Side St. Johns River, partly cleared with Cabin
on it, two miles from Palatka and St. Augustine Railway Depot, adjoining Mr. S
C Warner.
Building Lots on Palatka Heights, adjoining Mr. Winegar.
Also for Rent Desirable Cottages with running water in them, aud one piped
for gas, centrally located, river front.
JOHN T. DUXX,
deSrMm
SUfflYSIDE.
MRS. A. M. IIEKDMAN,
PBOPKIETBESS.
LARGEST HOUSE IN DATTOXA,
ON KIVER FROX'. VIEW OF OCEAX
from (ilmuT. Open all mr. bpe-
Li in
cial trnrtua for Commercial
mer liosroers.
rrsvelers and buux-
TEHM8 tfS.OO FH DAY.
JaS-auo
DAVER'G C30TEL,
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
FERD. BATER. - - - - Proprietor.
The Routh Florhla and Western and Florida
rVHithern traitMall atop near this hotel. Flrxt
claas in every particular. Teram, ti.00 to tUU
Per ilay. Jals-lim
Huntington, Florida.
NEW HOTErQm-SI-SAHA
-heke is health. -Fine
ljcation newlt fcbxished.
Excellent Table. Price $8 00 to $10 00 per
week. Address,
dell.'
F. 8. MAl'OX.
Hunknaton. Fia.
PUTWl I30UGE
O. U. BARRUX, Proprietor,
PAIxATICA FLORIDA
0PEX DECEMBER TO MAT.
Cuisine aad Sanitary Arraiignnents
Complete.
WITH ALL THR U0DERN C05TE5IE5CE3
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TIWL
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
JEL
-&wv Sm1V. Blind8, Paints, Oils, Iass, Saddlery. Harness, Cutlery
Orange H laps, l'runers, Clippers, Ladders, llcltlne, Kails, (juns, Uincs,
Pistols, Jtarbed Wire. Ktc., Plumbincr, Tinnlne, Stiam Pipo
Gas- Fitting. Aeents for II. W. Johnsr Asbestos
Paints. iitz's Tubular Oil Stoves.
rianet, ar.f Farm and Garden Implements.
Florida Southern Buildings, Palatka, Fla.
irrouni4ioM ir:nfc;i-3 hol,icitmi).jm
THE GARLETOH,
Palutka. Florida.
ANDREW SHELLEY
PROPRIETOR.
Hates, S2.50lo $3 Per Day
waaaia M,wuwwaawWHMWwawaaaa
CLOCKS JCWELItY ETC.
Pps0D.s!
WATCHES
A large stock of Bridal
and Birthday Presents, at
TAUNT I? CDCPT'C
o Willi 1. kJlUVllLO
Jewelry Store, Front St.,
Palatka, Fla.
CLOTHING. GENTS' FURNISHINGS, SHOES, ETC-
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PALATKA.
SUCCESSORS TO TO J. UIHEGAR & CO., BillKJRj
PAID TP CAPITAL.
SCRPLrs..... ........
.$100,000
Geaeral Einitis: tiiccs Trarscted. Days end Cslb
Porepi Excrp Ccnxricsta: Kctt Yo First
FOR
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 STSTEII. 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.
HARDWARE DEALER
UAcra DLCC2 -
PALAvri, FLA

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