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THE DAILY NEWS PALiATKA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY MOKNING-, FEBRUARY 14, 188S.
T-he Daily News j Saint AnMsliielwrlEit ST. AUGCSTINE, FLA., FEB. 14, lim. trn.. avtiti. BF.KViCK orer the. St. Awntxlmeatul I'alatka HaUimy THE DAILY HKW8 m twnp aciirtrca tv. njpuw jir rrii'ir t.TCBV MORXIXIi ex tent MoniUiy, tlriM furnMny tn the rexiitentit and vlxitnr of St. Awnuttitui, at the rnit'tmary imr,vhat ptariirnllu a hT. 1 4II.V NKW'KPAPKK. cimlainina fhAo0 '!ATK1 FKKSH D1PATCHKS, inelwhtia VtJl.L. MARKET REPORTS, hu tclsirrajih ami mail, awl all Uie ST. A tOl HTI S K MJCAL N KWS, w well as all other matter vminllu found 7'HB DA Li' iVB WS icifl be delivered tn City . fiutatcritierK in St. yluyuUit, fc carrier or wait, ( the foUomina rale : , KUi month Three, month ' mr. tueek 25 cents ARTHUR Vim BOLSAN, Superintendent of Circulation, Corner Chnr otU and lSrititjt Streets. ST. ADSUSTIHE ADYEST1SIN5 DEPARTMENT. THE DAILY NEWS will insert ST. Al'fl CHTINK AUVEHTISKSIEM'S, in displayed tme, either init St. AiwuttlM Ailoerturinu Lie-, ixutment orelnea-here in itxatlvertuting column, an may lie lieMrf'L, at tuwl rate, maile kniru-n on amMcntian at the Branch tifitee;and SPECIAL NOTICKS tn it St. Auanxtine, Arioertieinv De partment at the rate of OAE CENT A WORD ! Wo arttument in nettled to annire the Merchants andBiuiinemMtnofSt.Anmigi.ine that the coJ wmn of THE DAILY SEWS will furnixh a medium for reaching the local puMie such a hey have never net ore ennmea. Opening and Closing of the Malls. City Time. ORTBWARD. Jacksonville and points beyond. Arrives 11:15 a. ra. 3-..K) p. m. 8:20 p. m. Chum...... 7:U)a-m. U:lfla. m. 3.Krp.m. Tbrouuh mails to aud from the North. WESTWARD AND SOUTHWARD. Palatka and points beyond. Arrives 1:4S p. ra. 7:1ft p. m. tyloses 7:lA a. lu. S:M p. m. Merntleld: Arrives. 1:45 p. m.: Closes, 7:00 a. m. East Tocol: Arrives, :00 a. tn Closes, 3:30 p. m. tit. Aiiirnsttiie and Tomoka (stave): Arrives, Tucsilays,Tbur8days and Saturdays, 8:01) p. ra. Closes. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, :0U a. ui. Henrt GAti.i.ABr. P. M. LOCAL WEATHER OHSKHVATIOSS. Hospital bKKVioe, 1 - IT. 8. AKMV, ST. FKAS(-I8 BARBACKS, V St. Auuustinb. Fla.. February la, 7 A. M. 1 Wind. - o a! S ait Ui ; s 7 a. m.. S p. m.. p. ra.. K5 Cloudy M : Cloudy .1. li M till near HitrheKt temperature, 71; lowest, 4'J; toi tbe raiMHt. t wfnt,v-four hour. The amount of rainfall Is tiven In inches T?d hundredth. T. Obitoih, Hospital Steward. TEE PALATLA GALA WEEK. !No feature of the present winter's round of festivities in Florida offers greater inducements to the average tourist and pleasure seeker than the en- tainments offered by Palatka during the present Gala Week. The programme of amusements, which will be found on the Palatka local paire and on every wall and bill-poster's board in the State, is -one of extraordinary attractions, and should bring together in the renowned Gem City one of the largest crowds of people which will be known during the entire winter. The facilities for the en tertainment of the people who will Attend are ample, and there is no ques tion as to the programme being carried out fully. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The Relekah degree was conferred at Palmetto Lodge, I. O. O. F., last night. One of the latest names for a yacht is "Plug-Ugly." She li;s in the Plaza basin. The artist's row of studios in the rear of the Ponce de Leon is now open to the public. The Ancient City Social Club gave a mmt delightful hop at Howalt's Hall, on Bridge street, last night. Steward Griffith, of St. Francis mili tary hospital, was taken seriously ill yesterday. Mrs. Admiral LeRoy has chartered from Capt, Lawler the beautiful little yacht Saucy Kate for the season. Alfred II. Pell and family, the well known New Yorkers, will arrive at the Casa Monica soon. Lampposts have been set along the walk through the Government ground around the post office. Mrs. George Vaux Cresson, and a large party of prominent Philadelphians are expected at the Casa Monica soon. Mr. Dick Beck, of the Florida House, lias a novel pet in the shape or a young otter, wjiich he is raising on the bottle. Mr. John W. Candler, president of the Floriaa Southern, Railway and a promi nent Boston capitalist, is at the Casa Monica. Work on the waiting room of the St. Augustine and South Beach Railway on Central Wharf will begin to-day or to morrow. Notwithstanding the bad weather of Sunday over one hundred persons visited Ocean Beach via the St. Augustine and South Beach Railway. The Templeton opera troupe played "Olivette" last night to a fair audience. The play to-night is "Girofle-Girofla," .and to-morrow night, "Pinafore." Everybody who enjoyed the Sunday evening iuu uress concert or Joyce s or chestra at the Ponce de Leon, is loud in its prai.ie. ueorge II. Chase, the millionaire of otamford, Conn., has engaged rooms at the Casa Monica; also Mrs. Judge Thayer and daughter of the same city. Over one hundred and fifty steel en gravings, crayon sketches and oil paint ings arrived at the Ponce de Leon yester day. They will be hung about the halls and public rooms. Mr. J. E. Roosevelt, the prominent New i or iter who has been visiting the Seotts at Abbottsford, Scotland, the past sum mer, nas engaged a suite at the Casa Monica for a month. yjac oi me sweetest of the new art gems of the Ponce de Leon is the large painting "Oir for a Row," by Pinchart. uiet ier icooerts seems to have captured it to ornament his office. -me rresiuenuai nags arrived at the Ponce de Leon Saturday. One is a white eagle with the words "E Pluribus Unum on a oiue grouuu, me other is a white anchor on a blue ground dotted with tars. s s I i OS 0) Ei :iTt .- so :w ru 31) 4) HI The Saint Owing to the fact that most of the Guards -will be unable to get away from their business, they will be unable to ac cept the invitation of the Gem City Guards to attend the festivities at Pa latka during Gala Week. -: The Casa Monica was fortunate in se curing the famous chef Charles La Man no who was on Mtn'e Patti's private car on her tour inthts country. The hotel has already been called the "Casa Del monico," by a witty epicure, who ap preciates the superiority of the cuifiine. The artist's studio in the Tonce de Leon studio building are all occupied but one, as follows: No. 1, Mr. G. W. Seavey; No. 2, Mr. F. II. Shapleigh; No. 3, Mr. W. Staples Drown; No. 4, Mr. R. L, German; No. 5, Mr. Marion Foster; No. 7, Mr. M. J. Heade. The rumor that the Ponco de Leon is overrun with guests and had been turn ing ieople away was but just, founded on fact. The constant streams of incom ing and departing guests are almost equal, leaving the great caravansary comfortably full all the time without being crowded, and with always room for a few more. What came near being a serious fire occurred in the kitchen of Mrs. Hazel tine's boarding house, on St. George street yesterday morning. The cook went put for something and on return ing found the stove in a blaze, the grease and fat having caught fire. It was ex tiBguished however without doing any damage. The music furnished by the orchestra of the Second Artillery Band, under the leadership of Mr. R. C. Donovan, at the Magnolia, is of a very superior quality and much enjoyed by the guests and f requenters of that pleasant resort. The programme for last evening's concert, elegantly printed on illuminated folding cards, was as follows: March, "The field of Honor," Schlenrell; Overture. 'Lnstspeil," Keler Bela; Waltz, "Er- nnme," ferrazzi; Gavotte, "Stephanie," Czibulka; Lancers, "Falka." Mesas; Song, "The Old Red Cradle," JGilbert; Waltz, "No Life Without Dancing," Faust; Galop, "Nip and Tuck," Parlow. The daily Northern mail of the Ponce de Leon would come very near filling a two bushel basket. PERSONAL. Mr. D. W. Duncan, of Louisville, Ky., is stopping at the Florida House. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Vanderbilt are en route to Florida in their private car. Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Clifford, of Portland, are at the Ponce de Leon. Mr. W. B. Goodwin and Miss May Goodwin, of New York, are at the Mag nolia. Mr. A. O. Van Alin and wife, of Penn sylvania, are stopping at the Florida House. Mr. B. W. Engle, of New York, has taken a position as clerk in the Ponce de Leon office. Mr. J. R. Thompson, one of the largest carjiet dealers in New York, is at the Ponce de Leon. Rev. F. A. Bisliee, pastor of the First Episcopal Church of Philadelphia, is at the Ponce DeLeon. Messrs. W. D. Elliott and Joseph J. Knox, of Philadelphia, are registered at the Ponce de Leon. Mr. M. D. Brooks and wife and Miss C. E. Ilealey, of Boston, are registered at the Florida House. " Col. E. C. Farrington, Mrs. Farrington and Miss Farrington, of Portland, Me., are guests of the Magnolia. Mrs. W. N. Marcus, Miss Maggie Mar cus, and J. . Terry and wife, of Phila delphia, are guests of the Magnolia. Mr. Frank Field, who left this city alout three years ago, has returned to his old situation at the City Drug Store. Mr. A. Partridge and Mr. Thomas T. D. Richardson, prominent merchants of Philadelphia, are at the Ponce de Leon. Mrs. S. J. Goodlander, Mr. J. S. Dou- gal, of Milton, Pa., and Mrs. E. D. Bailey of Williamsport, Pa., registered at th Florida House Sunday. Capt. R. F. Armstrong and son, of St, Angnstine, went over to Palatka on Sun day last for a few days' recreation, and are guests of the Putnam. Mrs. Amos J. Cummings, the wife of the distinguished editor of the New York Evening Sun and roember of Congress from the Sixth New York city district, arrived at the Florida House yesterday Mr. Thomas Joyce, manager of Joyce's famous orchestra, now playing for the season at the 1'once de Leon hotel, is spending a few days in Palatka and stopping at the Putnam. Mr. J. Hopkins Smith and family and Messrs. R. D. Winthrop, Thomas Hitch cock, Jr., and F. E. Clark, of New York, arrived yesterday evening at the Casa Monica. Mr. J. B. Bancroft, Mrs. Bancroft and Miss Bancroft, Miss L. B. Bancroft and William Bancroft, of Hopedale, Mass., accompanied by Mrs. W. G. Evans, of Fawtucket, R. I., and Palatka, arrived at the Ponce de Leon last evehing. Messrs. Sol. Haas, O. L. Cottrell and E. D. Taylor, prominent railroad men of Richmond Va., Mr. Chas. S. Lewis and a large party of Philadelphians, and Mr. Francis Hope and valet, of England, were among the late arrivals at the Ponce de Leon. William II. Riker, of Riker & Co., the well known New York druggists, is on his way to Florida, accompanied by his wife and family. Before their return the party will make an extensive tour of the South, visiting every point of inter est accessible by railroad or steam craft Mr. Riker has made arrangements to be met at Green Cove Springs by a steam yacht, fully equipped for a long cruise, and the pleasures of hunting and fishing at various points throughout the State will be concluded in the trip. The Duke of Newcastle and his brother, Lord Francis PeDiam-Clinton Hope, were entertained at dinner on Saturday night, the 14th inst., by Mrs. Horace Barnard, at her residence. No. 26 East Thirty-fifth street, New Y'ork. The table decorations were very handsome. Tbe guests included Mr. and Mrs. Au gustine Zeraga, Mr. and Mrs. E. Tiffany Dyer, Itir. rind Mrs. Pelham-Clinton. Miss Zerega, iiss Barnard, Miss Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Blois. Mr. Horace Augustine WHOLESALE GROCERIES. O. B. SMITH. CHAS E. GARD. C. J. VF.DDER. I W. LYON & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS AND DEALERS IN IIAIIDU ARE. CROCKER f, RUILDI.NG MATERIAL, Lyon Building, St. Barnard, Jr. The Duke left a day or two later for Philadelphia, en route for Florida. The following from the New York Telegram of recent date will l of inter est to many of our St. Augustine read ersso many members of our yacht club are members, also, of the New York club: The New Y'ork Yacht Club held its annual meeting for the election of officers for the ensuing year and the transaction of business last even ing. In response to the roll call about 150 members answered to their names, of whom twenty-eight are yacht owners. Mr. Elbridge T. Gerry for the third time was unanimously elected commodore. Considerable interest was manifested m the office of vice commodore. The regular nominee was Mr. Latham A. Fish, but the friends of Caldwell H. Colt put him in opposition and defeated Mr. Fish. The other officers and com mittees elected were as follows: Rear Commodore, E. D. Morgan; Secretary, John H. Bird; Treasurer.F. W. J. Hurst; Measurer, John Hyslop; Fleet Surgeon, Morris J. Asch, M. D.; Regatta Com mittee, Gouverneur Kortright, Stephen Peabody and Alexander Taylor, Jr.; House Committee Edward E. Chase, B. C. Cleeman, E. A. Houghton and Robert S. Bowne; Committee on Admissions, Chester Griswold, Joseph P. Earle, George L. Ingraham, Frederic Gallatin and Edward M. Brown. The Catholic Pair. The Catholic fair at the old Cathedral, for the benefit of the Catholic building fund, opened last night in a perfect blaze of glory and beauty. Mrs. Capt. Vogel has general charge of the enter prise, and the different tables were as follows: Cake table, where every con ceivable kind, shape and description of cake may be found, presided over by Mrs. G. Colee, Mrs. W.1 Colee, Mrs. II. Colee, Miss L. Colee, Miss Eva Nelligan- and Miss L. Canova. Candy and ice cream tables, managed by Miss A. Lopez, Mrs. Drysdale and Miss Ella Colee. Floral department, Miss Carrie Mickler and Miss Robinson. Cigar stand, Miss A. Masters and Miss Rose Masters. Fancy work department, Mrs. Vogel and the following assistants: Misses B. Oli vero, Nellie Pacetti, J. Lopez, T. Rogero, L. Rogero, Annie Reyes, B. Capo and Mamie Joseph. Rebecca at the well, Misses F. Genovar, A. Pacetti and S. Capo. Mr. W. W. Palmer, of the Mag nolia, has furnished at his own expense a most elaborately decorated table sup plied with cakes, candies, etc., in great variety. Prof. Praa Ezbibition. The audience at the Y. M. C. A. Hall on Saturday night was highly amused and delighted by the wonderful per formances of Prof. Pray, and also by the skill and activity shown in handling the Chinese bells, the balls, knives, etc., and also his astonishing feats in bowl and plate balancing. Many of the spectators expressed a wish that another similar ex hibition might be given when the Pro fessor returns from the interior of the State, where he goes to amine the resi dents of otber towns and cities. Sunday Concert Joyce's orchestra discoursed the fol lowing delightful programme of music at the Ponce de Leon Sunday night, which was thoroughly enjoyed by the large number of guests assembled in the rotunda and corridors: 1. March Chopin. Orchestra S. Overture "Tears and Smiles'1 3. By request) "LaSaloma" 4. Nocturne "Monastery Bells' (By reouest) "Ave Maria" M. Kojrers Mexican Serenade "Mandolina" (By treiiuest) Xylicalme Solos. . ..Mr. Lowe 8. Memories of Verdi T. M. 0. A. Meetings. Meetings at the Young Men's Chris tian Association rooms this week willbt. as follows: Course of lectures by Prof. Tripp, for the benefit of the Young Men's Christian Association, Monday and Tuesday eve nings, at 7:30 o'clock, and Wednesday at 8 o'clock, standard time. Classes in penmanship and book keep ing, taught by iTor. iTitcnara, on Wed nesday, Friday and Saturday evenings. Philharmonic Society, Prof. Ward in structor, Thursday evening. The meetings for men only on Sunday afternoons at 4 o'clock, at the Young Mens Christian Association nail, are well attended, and much interest is manifested. - Major's Court. Nine victims appeared liefore liis Honor, the Mayor, yesterday and en riched the city treasury as follows: C Callahan, charged with obscene language f I and costs. M. Reed, keeping a disorderly house $10 and costs. Forgaty drunk and disorderly $3 and costs. Mary Murry, immoral conduct $5 and costs. E. Walker, immoral conduct $5 and costs. '.. Willie Younk, fighting $3 and costs. J. EUwood, profane language f-'i and costs. HARDWARE. CROCKERY, ETC. ETC. Angnstine, Fla. de!8-3ino John Doe, drunk anil disorderly $" and costs. Mike Mullen, keeking disorderly house $10 and costs. HOTEL AEEITALS. The Daily iVeicsix Vie only tifwxfxrinr in the Vnitett State that puiilixltcs the arricatz at the St. A uiputtine uifcia.l Pouce de Leon. Jaraes Kimble, Mrs. Kimble. Philadelphia: D. II. Ileecher, Lvman T. Ueecher, Mrs. L. T. Heeeher, Miss E. L T. Ileecher. Pottstown; A. E. Converse and wife. Miss Florence and Miss Lilly Converse, New York; L. C. Duff, Chicago L. D. Campbell, Cincinnati; Louis Flishernmn; Ii. lileier. New York; W. P. de Ilose, Savannah, Otis Hiddcu and wife, Mrs. W. A. James Louis ville; W. K. Deeble aiid wite. Washinirton; Mrs. M.I.Stockton, Mrs.F". I. May, Vjuinev; Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Horton, Attleboro; H. Hoth, D. V. Wells, New York: W. II. Ilent and wife, Philadelphia: James Morron, J. C. Morron and wife, Wilmington, Del. Magnolia. C. K. Kimble, Mrs. S. Hanson, New York; Mrs. J. Cummiiijrs, Newark: J. E. Peneoek, city; Mrs. S. J. Goodlander, J. S. Doujral, Milton. Pa.; Mrs. E. 1). Hailey, Milton, Pa.; D. W. Duncan, PcnnsylvHuiu: W. 11. Huntiiitrtoii. Boston; D. A. Downe and wife. Misses Downe, Philadel phia; J. H. Stoddttrt, New York: G. W. Hub bard anil wife, Mrs. L. li. Cramjiton, Brooklyn; W. 1). Kessler, Baltimore; . Hotcbkiss, Con necticut!; W. B. Goodwin, Miss Goodwill, Wa terville, N. V.; K. S. Burning;, Salem, N. J.; Mrs. W. N. Marcus, Miss Marcus. J. V. Terry and wife. Philadelphia; C-oli.iel E. C. Fanuinsrtoii, Miss Faruiinirton. Mrs. i armiiiUn, Portland, Me.; Mr. ami Mrs. E. Tv Cliamn, Chicairo; L. Johnson, Ptiiladelihui; pi. G. Waite, Chicago; J. D. SU'Wui t, Louisian , FIorida'.Iouse. Mrs. J. S. Goodlander, J. S. Doujral, Milton, Pa.; Mrs. E. D. Bailey, Wiliiamsburjf, Pa.; D. W. Duncan, Sambuiy, Pa,; K. S. Cartwrixht, Hudson, O.; F. E. CoKtfins, Battle Creek. Mich.; A. ). Van Alin and wife, Pennsylvania: Miss S. S. FreetUy, Morristowu, Pa.:0. S. II indies, p. M. Dewell. Atlanta; M. D. Brooks and wife. Miss C. E. Heoley, Boston; Geortre F. Smith, Mrs. Geotve F.Smith Miss AifiiesS. South, Plantsvillc; J. James and wife, Minneapolis; VV. W.Watson, Lincoln, Mich.; J. Grey, L. D. Moses, wife and two children. Jacksonville: V. W. Fisk and wife, Knoxville; J. M. Edwards Marlboro, Mass.; H. G. C'utter, Macon; V.. VV. Kollins. Philadelphia: J. I. Henderson and wife. Georgia; W. B. Taylor, New Orleans. Casa Monica. J. W. Candler. Mrs. M. O. Hall and children. Roston; Charles Parker. Miss E. Belle Parker, Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs. John Wait. Jack. son vi lie; E. Holliday, wife and child. New Yorkr .1. H. 1.111', New ork; W. P. Fowler, Boston; Miss tiara M. fowler. Concord: L. H. Duellos, Philadelphia; L K. Hare, .Martin Emery, Mem- iims; r.. j. pieymore, a. i ever, city; 1 . r. Kunammrh and wife, Memphis; Miss M. M. . Me- Kenzie, Mrs. E. DnBose, Jacksonville. SPECIAL NOTICES. Eemoval. Ingraham's Paint and Oil Store has been removed to the Lyon Block, on St. George street, south of the post office. dea-tf Por Sale. Race Mare. For price and pedisrree can on or aililress, lj. Ohveros, St. Au gustine. ia'-M-tf Silver Springs via Ocklaw ha Kiver steamers and return via Florida South ern Railway. For this and other routes apply to Thos. Cook & Sons' Ticket Agency in Opera House Music Store. ia8-SuTuTh-tf Special prices on Ladies' Jackets and V raps at Sabm, Abbott & Co. 'a. ja28-tf Remember Sabm. Abbott & Co. have the largest assortment of Goods in every department, and you can find what you want there as cheap or cheaper than any mer uuuse in me city. jao-H Children's Cloaks for tl each at Sabin. Abbott cv uo. s. ja-tf Shad! Shad! Toshach is now receivinsr daily a full supply ot tresn &had. Telephone Cal JNo. oH). bend your orders. delO tf Emanuel Brothers are offering $5,000 worth ot ury Uoods from their South Larolina store, regardless of cost. Call nd secure bargains. ja28-tf Nuts! Nuts! Nuts!- J. M. Webb & Co.. near Citv Onto. bt. George streeet, in addition to their Jarjre box trade in Choice Oranges ana t'-ieir constantly fresh stock of Veg etables, will have this week a splendid assortment of Western Nuts, Shellbarks, uiwrnuts, lilacs Walnuts, Cheslnuts, uaeinuts, etc. tjome ana see them I 1 J8-tf Visitors! iO to Central Wharf for the TWt uystersl Stews, Fries, and on Half Shell. r resn trom Savannah. J. C. Toshach. - dell-tf UNDERTAKERS. STREEPEIl & COMPANY, Undertakers! UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES. T?ian V1 "is" Burial Koties, ete con- tmbalminga Soecialtv. (Twenty! years experience.) utuuunttuSii tin imiuraii Emmcir. Old Flimit-lltW ...r,.ll.. i.:nr..ii.. i. . (,w . no'Ji-iv HOTELS. The Florida House St. Anpstiiie'u Favorite Hotel. OPES FOR THE season T'nrier llin iim. n Si "" "Moment as iat year. i. r.Ifill" wn block from the citT comfTAr'"rl1 "SSHi"1? guests. Meam heaters and eWtri. i.iia THE CUISINE UXEXCELLED C. F. BEl. PrnnrfPfAr. d21-tl A Department LAND FOR John If. Austin. AILROAD LAND CSTCity and Suburban Real Es tate Office. Vaill's IM otk,Triislow'a Jewelry Store,St. Augustine. Bargains in Orange Groves, Houses, City and Sea Beacli Lots, Hotel Sites. JOHN H. SOLE AGENT FOR St. Angnstine and Palatka Jtailway Lands. 100.000 Acres of Choicest. Johns Conntv Lands at $5.00 per Acre. Agent for Florida.Sonthern Railway Lands. St. Johns and Lake Enstis Railway Lands. Florida Commercial Company's Lands. Atlantic Coast Canal Company's Lands. Florida Railway and Navigation Company's Lands. 6,000,000 Acresof Lands $1 per acre and npwards. de:$0-ly ANASTASIA, Anastasia Island, Opposite St. Augustine. Lots in this new Summer Resort and sale. The St. Augustine and South Beach Railway and Ferry affords quick.ample aud freqeunt transjKirtation to Anastasia and the Ocean Beach. No locality in the vicinity of ht. Augustine anords as many desirable advantages for suburban resi dence as Anastasia and the great South Beach reached by the St. Augustine and South Beach Railway. For plats, prices and terms, apply to A I. R. BEAN, CENTRAL WHARF, HE MAGNOLIA, St. Augustine, Fla. Strictly a lirst-class Family Hotel, centrally ocated near the Old Fort, the Plaza, City Gates, Sea Wall and Post Office. Highest ele vation (in the city. Sanitary conditions per fect. Sewenure to the sea, and flushed by ar tesian well. Special rates by the week, accord ing to location of room and lentrth of stay. W. W. Palmer, Proprietor. jal92m HOTEL SAN MARCO, ST. ADGUSTJUE, FLA. Inre and mairniticent hotel, complete in t. v. au its apoointi all its apoointments. and with all the comforts and luxuries of a first-class hotel. Accommodates five hundred irurata. Situated near the oldeity irates. oooosite the Old Fort. on the most elevated site in the city, and com- mandiUK an uninterrupted view of the ocean. A1AS1.IE & MCG1 LV KA 1 , Miffs. MAGNOLIA, On the St. Johns River, Fla. Magnolia Hotel Cottages and bprinKS- ONE of the healthiest and most charminif locations in the South. Situated on hiirh irround. with an extended ranire of water view. twenty-two miles from Jacksonville by water or rail. Pure water: perfect drainaire. Home like in ail ils arrangements. Accommodates two hundred iruests. Fruits and fresh veire- tables from the irardens, and pure milk from the dairy. 1 he famous mineral sprint; on the grounds contains valuable medicinal qual ities, and is bottled for shipment all over the State. A1NSLTE, McGILVRAY & GOODWIN, Msrrs. wn-tmtil ORANGE QUOTATIONS. Spechti to the Palatka Seuv. Jackson vi M.E, February 10. The follow ing are the quotations of to-day's sale bv the Florida Auction and Forwarding Company: Golden Russet Navels 0f& Choiee Bright t Hr.jl 25 liiiirhts 1 71' a.3 w Golden Kussets I Tuft 05 Kutsets 1 311.1 2 Ml Culls and Drosp J5itf,l 60 Bright fruit being pulled and in unsound condition and larirc sizes caues slow sale. A. S. Mann. General Manager. IRcported by the Florida Fruit Exehange.l Jacksonville, February 7. Our latest telegrams report quotations as follows: Strictly Fancy Choice Briirhts . $3.75 51 00 per box ... 3.2r0 3. .10 " " .. s.sca s on " " ... 3.UJ6 3.25 " " .. 2 (JiKia 3 SO " " ... l.UM 1.75 " " Ordinary Briirhts t'hoice Hussets Ordinary Kussets Ijirge i ruit During the past two weeks sales have been slow and prices depressed, all owing to un favorable weather. The outlook now for fair weather and better prices is very encouraging. A very large prortion of the fruit now Vic ing received ranges in size from !)6 to 128. This fruit Is extremely hard to'sell and must go low. Respectfully, A. M. Ives. Genernl Manager. MARKET REPORTS. FINANCIAL. New York. February 13. Excnanare dull but firm, 4S5((t,4s7. Money easv at 2, to 2)4, clos ing offered at 2. Sub-Treasury, gold, fl30. 74,000; Sub-Treasury, currency. tll.6U.tuO. Governments dull but steady 4 per cents. 125(h: four and a half per cents, couu.. 107'Ti. State Bonds entirely neglected. Ala, Class A 2-5's.. IW4 N. O. Pacific lsts Ala. Class B,:5's...ll0 NewYork t'entr'l ICii? Georgia 7',mort.. Ill Nor'k & West pre ii-M Northern Pacific. 204 North'n Puc. pref. 444 N.C, COnS'd ITS. ..121 N. C. cons'd 4's. . S. C. Brown con. !! Tenn, settle't3's.. 4 "acme Man an Heading 654 v trginia 6 s 4t Kich. Alleg'y... a Kieh. & Danville. vinrinia consord. 4U Chesapeak St Ohio. Vi, Rich. & West P't 22M ivortnwestem... loi?4 North west'n pref.142 rtocs Island. Ill St. Paul 75V st. Paul prerd...ll!-4 lieiaware UicK.ia"ft Erie ri East Tennessee ... 10 lexas macule Tenn Coal & Iron. 4 Cnion Pacific... 54'4 New Jers'y Cen.. 7si Missouri Pacific.. f$is Western Union... 78i Cotton Oil Certifl. 31i Lake Shore WF luisville& Nash. 5'''4 Memphis & Char Ki Mobile & Ohio 11 Sash. & Chat 70)4 Asked. Hid. New YORFeruary 13. The week at the stock exchange opeued with a very dull market, in which transactions possessed little interest, ex cept to traders and scalpers. What little news there was was bearish, and a general bearish feeling prevailed, esieciiUly in the early por tion of tbe day. The usual flood of rate cutting advances was missing, but news from the West was scarcely less discouraging, though the heaviest pressure fiom the bears was directed against the Vanderbilt's, Canada Southern and Lake Shore being atTccted most. Transactions in remainder of list were generally of a scalp ing order, and fluctuations were confined to the narrowest limits. Coal stocks were com paratively firm, and Reading, toward the close showed considerable strength, but others, with exception of Lackawanna, were dull and fea tureless. Milwaukee, Lake Shore, and Western preferred, were again weak on very limited business, but a close showed largest jdecline for the day of threc-fonrths per cent. Opening was very dull and heavy, and further losses were sustained in early trading, which, how ever were generally for small fractions. The movement was not or long tiurauon. However, although a declining tendency was noticed throughout a greater.!! of the day. But the market liecame intensely dull after fhe first hour, and only a few changes in qtiotatiotis were mane. A better tone aieared late in the day, however, and tbe close was dull but firm snear the opening. Net result of the day's business is that almusteverything is practically lower, xotai sates, JiJuusnares. Co:ioa. New York. February 13. Green ft Co's report on cotton futures say s: "The market has not only len slightly irregular, but on the tbe whole umlertone ami tame. The principal feature was the antwrentlr difflcnlt task rix- rienced in prevailing upon a deeper shadowing on values. Nothins of imnortance cftme from abroad. The crop report was f uU enough to ebe.ik buying. After the filling of a few early orders at two and three points in advance, rates (took a uowuwara turn anu puiii-u on six ami seven pnu prom the highest. The closing was-barely stead)-. Large operators did not take any very active part id the day's deal be SALE. Frank Agate. OFFICE ! AUSTIN, residence Suburb are now offered for - ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. ynnd an occasional effort to peg against a ueciine." New York, February 13. Cotton Net re ceipts, 1,273: gross, 12,tK7 bales. Futures closed tlrui: sales, 74.1UO. February, 10 54-10 55 ; March, 10 6fi10 64; I 1 lit Z z-5 1 l"k F-l . XI.,-. Ilk .11 "-. 10 7H(i 10 iH ; July, 10 7HicW : August, 10 f4 fife 10 S2 : Septemlier, 10 33ft. 10 35 : October, 10 OOitdO 01; November. 9 K7 3: Deceinter. tk,j4) 8; January-. V6a Vi. New York, February 13. Cotton quiet sales, bales; uplands, 10m; Orleans, 1(V ; net receipts at all ports, 15.21S bales ; exports to Great Britain, 1'l.K.iO; to trance, 470; to the Continent, 4,400; to the Cuauiicl, ; stock. s:,4uu. Liveupoou February 13,4 p. m. Cotiou tu tui'cs : February-March, 5 34-W, buyers ; March-Annl. 5 3U-4 values. May-June. & 40-M. seller June-July, 5 42 04, seller, July-August-August-September and September, 5 44 M, seller. Futures closed Arm. General Mark!. New Tork. Feornary 11 Wheat options ojened iei&6 higher, but soon weakened, and lost most of the advance, closing steady at a trije alsve bottom, simulation very medium. 8Ht shade higher, ami more active for exixirt. No. 2 reil, February, SH'ff.SW!: March, Teii: May, 914'iH26. closing firm: Corn a trifle liet ter. options advanced a tritle and spot at bj" 'i closing steady, light Tradt. No. 2. February, 5y-ti; Mav, Oats to cent higher; No. 2, Starch and May at 3012, siwit ZdXli; mixed Western, KXijl. Hojw light demand. Coffee fair Kio dull, at 16 ; out ions very dull, bened at Wt 15 points higher, closing advance lost: No. 7 Kio. February, SI3.HnSil3.30; March, S12.55Cr-12.tiO; April, $13.avn 12,80; May, 812.25(J 12.40. Sugar dull, nominal, centrifugals, coast and foreign3 1-16 for tw test; refined steady. Molasses uominal, 50 test 21. Kice firm. Cotton seed oil, 3U, crude 41. Uosin quietat $1 lOTtl.15. Turpentine dull at XStWaM. Hides steady but quiet. Pork dull and unchanged. Beef bams steady . Tierced Beef quiet. Cut meats firm. Pickled bellies. Middles dull. Lard two and three ihmius lower. Western steam, S7.17t BS7 . IS Fe sruary. 7.9'" J7.W3; M ay. $7Htii 8.00; City steam. 7.70; Heliucd, $7.W. Continent freights dull. Chicaoo. Februarv 13. The sensation in speculative circles to-day was a reduction by the elevator comoanies in storaire chararea on irrain from 154 to KM cents per bushel "uer an nual, f.nect ot withdrawal or tnis Duruenson e tax on trade was an immediate appreciation in values. On Vhdnge May wheat opened atbl cents, against caturoay's closing at 8lsaam cents. Trading however was not neavy, tne crowa oeing uisposeu to wait the visible suiuilv statement which. when annonnceo, snowetl a aecrease ot bumpU bushels, considerably more than was expected. As the session advanced a good buying move ment develoiied, especially by exporters and May soul un to tHC. but for the greater part of the session it was steaay arouna k1'Mc. torn was mnuenceu mainly uy wneat. May opened at 51 We, and advanced to 51Vsc. Trading was gixKi as the iay auvanceu, nut mere was no turther improvement in values, i lie an nouncement that the estimated receipts for to morrow were 840 cars, and au increase of 475.- 0UO bushels in the visible supply broke May at one time to .ilSae. l nere was a suiwequent re covery to 51hc, at which figure the market was steauv ior some lime. ( ats were traded in quite briskly early, the May option esiiecially being in demand, but late in the stsion the market ruled quiet. Prices were Vs cent better. Mav closing at31ic. Provisions oiened stronger and a shade higher in sympathy with grain and a slight ad vance in nogs. A moderate tmsinesa was transacted early, but later the market became slow until nearly the close, when a couple of plunges rallied tne market and lorcea pora down to to 15 cents wltn a rusn. mm ami short ritis 5 cents. A alight rally occurred be fore the close. PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE. A Fountain of Yonth The Electro-Magnet Removes Needles from the l!ody. It is a good recipe for any one who want! to keep young not to look you.ig only, but to be young that he cultivate a fondness for games. The more games you know tho more chance of finding somebody who on play at one of them. Chess has proved a boon to thousands. Backgammon has diverted some of the greatest minds Pinochle has con quered ennui a thousand times, and even sol- ita ire can sometimes put the "blue devils" to flight. A man or woman who can play at all sorts of games and suggest things lor other people to play at is invaluable in com pany, and will seldom lack opportunities for amusement and diversion, lie will always have somethiim to keep him from worryiuj and worry makes people old faster than anything else. He will retain his interest In life as long as he remains on this planet There is nothing like a love of games as a preservative. But the love of frames is based on something else. At bottom the princi ple is that so long as you can keep up a lively interest in things that are going on around you, just in that proportion you will defy the benumbing influences of age. Live in tne present and the future, and you cannot grow old. Care In Health and Sickness. Care is a mime condition of continued health, affirms The Conn anion, even in per sons who are physically vigorous. When, however, one is stricken with a disease that naturally ends in death, this care is impera tive. By care tho patient's life may be pro longed many years, while a single art of care lessness may precipitate a fatal result. Most people when Informed mat ineir heart is seriously affected feel as if there was but a step between them and death ; but tne heart is a very strong organ, and even when trreatlv obstructed or weakened can manage, with the intelligent co-operation oi tne pa tient, to teen tho blood earn ing life through the arteries for many years. Often it has to force tbe blood through a shriveled opening not niueh larcer than a goose quiU; and this it does by working harder, thus causing ita own enlarcement. But the enlargement may at length cause a danzerous thinning of sonic portion of its walla. Sometimes the v.ail of the aorta the large arterial trunk into which the heart empties lose their elasticity, and swell out into a great thin tumor tancutism). Bome t.imea tho touirh fiber of the heart are chamrcd to fat. In such caixs a fatal ter mination may long be delayed by avoidin; umiue excitement. Kensovinf: Keedlcs from the Body. Dr. Littlewood describes in The Lancet method by which be has in seven case cessf ully removed needles from tbe body. The part supposed to contain the needle ia thoroughly rubbed over with an electro mag net, so as to magnetize the metal, if present. A delicately balanced magnetic needle is held over tiie port. If the needle is present its position can be ascertained by the attraction, or repulsion of the poles of the magaeCic needle. Having ascertained the Dreaeuca of tas needle, ana rwaderea trio part' bloodless and painless, an incision is made over tbe needle; the electro magnet is then inserted in the wound, and the needle felt -for and withdrawn. If th needle is firmly im bedded the positive pole of a galvanic bat. tery i ptarpd un the surf- of tho body of the patient, and the negative pole in contact with the needla, which becomes loosened by electrolysis, and can then be easily removed by the electro magnet. Tbe Eye aunt the Stomach. M. Grande lmont, of Lyons, is of tbe opinion that many troubles of the eye are of dyspeptic origin, and not due to tnonialies of refraction. The visual defects ol.rved from faulty assimilation of food consist in a diffused pain of the globe, radiating toward tbe temples, the forehead and even the scalp. Other patients- complain of darkness, half siht, double object and moving objects. All these ocular disturbances may be cured or fnvatly ameliorated by careful attention to diet ami by tene, and by the pcrsfctent use of moderate doses of saline laxatives ami alkalies. When Qnlnlne Will Itreak np m Cold. It is surprising, savs a family physician. how certainly a cold may be broken up by a timely dose of quinine. When first svtiijv toms make their appearance, when a littlo langour, slight hoarsened and ominous tight ening of the nasal membranes follow expos ure to draughts or sudden chill by wet, five grains of this us;ful alkaloid are sufficient in many cases to end the trouble. But it must bo done promptly. If tbe golden moment posses, nothing suffices to stop tbe weary sneeang, handkerchief using, red nose and woe begone looking periods that certainly follow. SOCIAL ETJQUETTE. The Fire of Courtesy Should Always Glow on the lMMnestie Hearth. If there is any place where the amenities of life should be freely exchanged it is, in the opinion of I rood Housekeeping, at home. Courtesy should be the rule, not the excep tion. It prevents jarring, it dissipates mood iness, it heals wounds, it ennobles human nature. It is wonderful ia its subduing in fluences. It is contagious. It extends to the whole household. The boys, with inward pride oyer their father's courteous demeanor, will be chivalrous and helpful to their young er sisters. Tbe girls will imitate their moth er in gentleness and patience, even when big brothers are noisy and heedless. Even the domestics will show their appreciation. It seems strange that a man will sjieak more rudely to his wife than to any other lady, or that a brother will bo harsh to his sister, while to her female friend he is every thing that is resiiectful perfect gentlemen in society, but boors within their own homes. It is a sail commentary to say that some, nay many, mothers, wives and sisters are inilcbt ed for most of the politeness shown them to those who are not niiyutrs of the household. Family ties were designed to make us sociable. We nre not made to live alone. Wo must have a heap of emlicrs to have a glow ing fire. If we scatter them they will flicker and die. In the same way. if we want to live a healthy and vigorous life, we must have a group of lives to afford comfort, encoura jo nient and support. Courtesy is mighty in ita influence to glorify the home ami to benefit tho world. A Point in Table Manners. As a general rulo authorities agree that cheese of any kind should be eaten with the foi k. Of the hard cheeses one mav. however, -xmvey a morsel to the mouth with tho fore- anger and thumb; but cream cheese. Brie, Ncufchatcl and all the soft cheeses require the use of the fork. Inelegant Fx pres . ions. " The expression "lady friend" is, according to The World, not correct, but a vulgarism whose use stamps tho person employing it lis lacking in refinement. The some authority advises a correspondent not to "keep com pany" with a lady, but to "pay her attention" instead. PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE. Poisoned by E.-dtinir Nntmegs The In creasing Use of Morphia, Chloral, Fte. Foreign medical journals have reported several cases of nutmeg ioisoning during the past summer. In four of the cases a w hole nutmeg was taken, and in the fifth case five whole nutmegs. The following instance is particularly note worthy, first for the small quantify (rather over half of an ordinary sized nutmeg) which produced the symptoms, and sec ondly, for the very marked effect on the heart and circulation. 1 he patient, a strong, healthy woman, grate I the nutmeg, and mixed it with a glass of hot ale, which she drank at bedtime. An hour after she felt some nausea, but got to sleep. Awakened about 2 a. m., feeling very cold and with a sensation of pricking in the skin, and with her "heart beating at a racing speed." When a physician, Dr. Pinnock. of Victoria, Australia, saw her, two hours later, the sur face of the body was everywhere cold aud pale; pupils dilated, respiration sighing, and pulse almost imperceptible and uncountable. The doctor gave her hot brandy and water immediately, and mustard applications to epigastrium and extremities ; also a mustard emetic As this did not act, ho gave her. about fifteen minutes subsequently, one- teuth grain apomorphia, which produced free vomiting in a few minutes. The vom ited fluids contained nutmeg unmistakably. After this the pulse strengthened, became more steady, and warmth returned to the surface. Much drowsiness continued; and. after taking some more hot brandy and water, she went to sleep. Next day she was much better, and tho day after was fully re covered, and able to attend to household duties. Dr. tV. T. Dodge, of Michigan, reports in Medical Record that two children, a girl about 4 years of age, and a boy about 8. who had been left at a farm house alone all day, were discovered acting strangely on the return of tho family in the evening. An investigation discovered pieces of nutmegs about tho house, and the little girl stated that sho had eaten one, but had vomited, and that tbe boy bad eaten two. He was in a semi-coinutose condition, and in spite of all that could lio done by the physician tbe littlo fellow cued early the next morumg. Tbe Habitual Use of Sedatives. Every little while occurs some sad instance of the folly of a reckless or careless use of narcotics. It is almost to be regretted, says London Lancet, that so many agents capable of producing mimic, or poisoned, sleep are known to the profession and to the public It is now the exception, instead of the rule. to find a man or woman of middle age who is not more or less addicted to the abuse of morphia, chloral, bromide of potassium, or some of the many sleep inducers or pain re lievers which tbe nineteenth century baa distinguished itself by evolving for the care and comfort of our less enduring and increas ingly sensitive and excitable humanity. It is nothing to the purpose that the deleterious effects of these potent drugs, when taken habitually, even in small quantities, have been again and again exposed. Those who have learned to purchase unconsciousness or ease at what seemed to be a very small price, are only too ready to renew the experience when any Iresb cauae of sleeplessness or pain arises. 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ZOUM & CO., Philadelphia. ilves, the victims ot "cravinrs" and name- leas and numberless sufferings which mor phia, chloral, bromide now cocaine and host of insidious poisons are the active agents in producing. iSooner or later some stromr measure will need to be taken with the view of arresting this really serious "habit" of taking sedatives. which is extending its influence and gaining strength year by year. Meanwhile, we do very earnestly counsel our readers to refrain from having recourse to these drugs. Flannels for Day and Night. "Never sleep in the same flannels that have been worn daring tbe day," is an oft repeated piece of advice, as often unheeded. The habit of wearing the same undervest day and night is an unhealthy one and repugnant to a nice Fcnse of deanimcss. Care of Perspiring; Feet. To remove the odor of perspiring feet. wash them daily. If something more is re quired, take one part of salicylic acid and five parts of powdered starch, and sprinkle on the soles of the stockings. SOCIAL ETIQUETTE. Manners nnd Customs That Prevail at Halls and Dances. Balls and dances lieing now in full sway. as good authority as Mrs. Sherwood notes, in Tho Mail and Express, a few points that may be of assistance to those not quite familiar with tho social requirements of such occa sions: Ia going into society an unknown young man, who receives an invitation to a ball, must seek au introduction to a young lady through her chaperon. In our crowded ball rooms, where there are often three ladies to one gentleman, the chaperons are generally very happy to accede to this request. Nothing can excuse a young man for the absence of good manners, and he should re member that a ballroom introduction means that he is intended to dance with the young lady, aud that womanhood should always command respect, although be may be some what annoyed, perhaps, by the persistent ef forts of some ambitious wall flowers that he should "take her out" whether he will or no, he must never forget his good manners. While it is considered very proper to ask for invitations for gentlemen to a dance, it is not considered proper to ask for invitations for ladies. The hostess, however, has always the refuge of saying that ber list is fuIL No offense should be taken if this request is re fused. At all public balls there should lie a com mittee of ladies to receive. Tbe elegance of a ball depends very much upon the presence of a recognized hostess. A young girl should not forget or break " her ballroom engagements. To do her jus tice, sho is not apt to do so, but there are some who are cnreless and hurt the feelings of modest young men. To hurt any one's feelings unnecessarily is to prove one's self not a gentlewoman. Many young ladies find that their men partners' dancing does not realize their ex pectations. How can they get rid of him without hurting his feelings! A young lady might say, "I am afraid I am -io dancing your step. If you do not mind, I should like to sit down and talk awhile." The young man might declare "that it is his fault" (which it probably is), and then next day he should go to a dancing master. The phraseology of invitation is less for mal than it used to be. "Shall we take a turn?1 has rather replaced the old fashioned "May I hnve the pleasure of dancing with youf "Won't you sire me a dance f "I hope you liave left a dance for me," "Is this my dancel" etc The young lady is apt to be quite as informal in her re tspun.se. .11. ; tuli-C'i root's Wile. 1L --Badi-Carnot's wife ia a clevef woman, clintty, litcly, well informed, anxious to pUasc, and successful in mak ing herst If siifoabPi in society, i'tho in active i-i piifdiin"; her hm;band and in keeping his name Ix-forc the public, nnd never misses attendin-j an ofiicial recep tion. There in no more insatiable reader of Englii.ii works cf liction in this or any other couislry. She fqioaks English with fluency, and whilo appreciating Goorgo Eliot, delights in 3ui--3 Eraddort and Ouida, lcauso they carry ber rupidly along. I lor father was Lhipont AVhift, the translator f Stuart Mill's work in French. Mine, f 'aili-Carnot ia the luotboi of four irLi. Iovton Transcript. . Attractions otsasnviuc There are throe great nttrartions about NaJivillj Polk place, with the lino old gen tlewoman who is its mistress; '"Tbe lit rnii tage," twelve miles away, once the home of another greet American soldi.-r and hero; and Belle Meade, the home of Iroquois." These are the three great show pUuxs tbx make tho city fatuous, and added to these ora tho universities VamV-rbilt awl Fiske. Catherine Ode in New Orleans I lea ju no. Lord Mayors of Foreign liirtn. The lord mayor elm of London is a for eigner by birth, nnd a curious Britmhr r Las looked through tlic reeords and fu:.d t'-nt ia 1713 the lord mayor wjis f Ionian birth; in 171i, a Fleming; in Jst.n Fi-ankjrtcri in ITT,, a Swede: in 17iI2, a Jaiuuii-.iv., WJ-l a son of the governor .f t' - i Aldcmcy was lord mayor. C!::.-.-.- crd h : .r lof Ck:n. Grant's widow visits t'j? Riverside uark every Kueduv. CAT7TZCZ7. Cenmmert atoaM net etrnfimmer Specula mik she nvmerau imitationi, tubtOMet,' potathtmdmeTrxtrgmixtur icHchengot trvptoa,rwt o their own merit, but om 3 merit cf our remedy. An tmUaOom is alwavi a fraud cavl a cheat, and Lhey thrUx onlyaeOcantUalfymtAeariicitiimUaieti. TreaiiMtax Matffi, Ptaswiiwi ff free. FarmdebyeUdruggUlt. THE SWIFT &PSCIWIO CO DramrS, AOamla.es. POIASH. me rm good. Last eunmar n? face. neck, bear d 1 Z. . i- . .. . . ; f.f thnes its weipfet in rokf. MITX-UKLL, W. d !t Perry, Hew Tors.