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THE DAILY iNBWS PALATKA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRT7ABY 14, 1888.
THE DAILY NEWS PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY PALATKA NEWS PUBLISHING CO. PALATKA, FLORIDA OFFICE: NEWS BUILDING. ON KEID ST. PALATKA. FLA.. FEB. 14, 1888. Terms. Vbb News will be delivered to city subscrib jcb tT me lit by null at the following rates: Three months......... $2 00 . ' Six months , 00 One year 8 00 PuNwriptSon price of Thb Wekkt.y News will De $1 per year. Terms invariably in ad nacte. VISITORS desiring information of any kind, per taining to this City, County or State, viz: As to Business Opportunities, Fruit and Vegetable Culture, Location and Price of Lands, etc., are invited to call at Vie ojjiee of the Palatka Board of Trade, 28 Front street, opposite Putnam House. Nortliem daily papers and Florida exchanges on fie. MARTIN GRIFFIN, President. J. II. HIBBARD, Secretary. Weather Judications. Eastern Florida and Georgiawarm er, fair weather, light to fresh winds, generally shifting to southwesterly. Western Florida slightly warmer, fair weather, light to fresh southerly winds, becoming variably. cm NOTES. Items Gathered Here and There by Our Eeportorial Corps, To-day is Valentine Day. The Gala Week ball comes off to-night at the Guards' armory. TheTempleton Opera Company passed through Palatka, en route for St. Au gustine, yesterday. Travel on the steamer Sylvester is de cidedly on the increase. Yesterday she brought in the greatest number of pas Bangers during this season's run. A meeting of the stock holders of the Falatka Water Works was held at their office yesterday mo-ning, and adjourn! to meet to-morrow at 7 :30 o'clock in the evening. Capt. Bigelow has arrived from Jack sonville with the Katie B. to participate in the Gala Week regatta. The steamer Escort left yesterday for Jacksonville to tow other yachts up. Commodore Enos 'residence, in the northern part of the city, was visited by a sneak thief Sunday morning. The rascal entered the dwelling at 4:30 o'clock and got away with some $55 in money from Dr. Keely's clothing. Mr. Keely is a father of Mrs. Enos. His Honor disposed of the following cases yesterday: Chas. Spencer, tres passing in the night time, fine if 1 and c st. Rebecca Bozeman, charged with being intoxicated and disorderly conduct, also for the indulgence of profane lan guage, was subjected to a tiDe of $5 and cost. A horse belonging to a Mr. Dudley ran away with & wagon on Lemon street yesterday afternoon. Reaching Peck street the animal dashed the vehicle against an awning and, tearing away the harness, came leisurely trotting down the sidewalk, when he was secured. The beautiful steam yacht Lagoda, of New York, owned by Mr. J. L. Hutch inson, arrived in port at noon yesterday. Mr. Hutchinson and family have been cruising up the river and around Lake George and will shortly sail the waters of the famous Deep River into Lake Crescent. This trim little craft has been plying Southern waters for some time. A cut and description of an automatic fire extinguisher designed especially for stoves- or heaters and lamps in railway cars, patented January 10, appeared in the February number of the Scientific American on the 11th inst. Mr. W. H, Durant, an employee in the Florida Southern Railway shops, of this city, is the inventor and patentee. A description of the apparatus was also published in The Palatka News on January 19. l iters is a small gang of about hail a uozen Doys wno lite ail baa boys can make themselves seem very numerous, whorunarounl the streets after dark making nuisances of themselves. Some of this gang render themselres particu larly obnoxious by indulging in loud ob scenity on the streets, in the vicinity of dwellings and the hotels. Their parents may take warning by this as it is the in tention to apply the law to these boys. Marcus Loeb, the leading clothier, speaks of having had such a success in ottering his winter clothing at a reduc tion of 15 percent., that he now feels like giving those wishing to procure a real bargain a chance to buy a suit at New York cost. He does not believe in packing away and holding any goods for another season, . but all his winter clothing in men's, youths' and boys' goods must go, no matter at what price. His spring stock is arriving daily and to be in time we notice samples of straw hats in his window. Loeb is always up to the tune and well deseryes to be pat ronized. A Work of Art. Mr. C. B. Wade, of Crescent City, has achieved an enviable reputation as an artist by several successful portraits of citizens of Palatka. Readers of The Pa latka News probably remember the portraits of our worthy Mayor and others, on exhibition in Mr. Speck's Bhow window, and also remember the faithfulness with which the artist por trayed his subjects. A recent view of a group of children, done in water colors, more than confirms Mr. Wade's claims of the possession of the true artistic in stinct. The portraits are those of the four children of Mr. Joseph Price, three of whom are now living, and has just been completed. Mr. Price is justly proud o? this beautiful painting, which measures 52x72 inches. The price paid was 150. Scarlet lever- Darby s Prophylactic Fluid is un equalled in the treatment of Scarlet Fe ver. Used as a gargle it prevents the throat from becoming diphtheritic, al lays the inflammation and subdues the pain. Used to sponge the body it allays the itching inflammation of the skin and destroys infection. Exposed in the sick room it will pre vent the spread of contagion, and keap the atmosphere wholesome. PAIS MILKMAIDS. A Repetition of the Drill for the Sisters of St. Joseph. The Milkmaids of Palatka delivered another assault upon the susceptibilities of the golden youth of the city last night at the Guards' Armory, for the benefit of the Sisters of St. Joseph. The assault, like the first one, was brilliantly planned and executed, and if the aforesaid youth are not now thoroughly subdued they must be more than usually obdurate. The clergymen of the city will doubtless reap the pecuniary richness of the har vest during the coming months, and the heart of the business manager of The Palatka Daily News is made glad by the bright prospectof establishing a per manent department of marriage notices in the advertising columns at a Btated price per line. It is pleasant to state also that the Sisters of St. Joseph were greatly benefitted, the attendance being a large one." The movements of the Maids were, of course, a repetition of those of the fint drill, there being, however, one new movement, developing in a still more pronounced manner the extremelp dan gerous character of the playof the gen eral attack. There can be no doubt but that, judging from the promptness of the submission of the conquered, the young men would rather confront a regiment of bayonet3 with an idea of re sidence, than the flashing scintillating glances of those maids aa they fearlessly advanced to the attack. The applause was hearty, spontaneous and universal, evidencing Ihe delight of the conquered in the victory of their fair foes. Mrs. R. Kersting presided at the piano during the drill, and at the dance which followed the drill the music was rend ered by Miss Lillie Anderson Mrs. W. II. Rosenberg and, Miss Canova. Dr. Rosenberg attended to the finances of the evening, and was successful as usual in that department. ADELAIDE BAND ALL. She Renders the Popolar Opera Bridal Trap' and is Admired as an Actress. Miss Adelaide Randall, the charming prima donna, and her excellent operatic company, played "The Bridal Trap," Sidney Rosenfeld's latest success, to fair and greatly appreciative audience at Fry's Opepa House, last evening. Miss Randall in sustaintng the role of Rosette captivated the house with her sweet voice and fascinating ways, and while singing the popular air from the "Little Tycoon," ' "Love Comes Like Summer Sigh," in the first act, each and every listener was i raptured, as it were, and the writer finds it difficult to command sufficient lan guage in which to express an opinion Tiie introduction of the famous "Lul- labv," as sung in the New York Casino in "Erminie' by this charming actress in the second act, was received with well merited applause. Miss Gertie Hoyt rendered her part as the Marquise in a very pleasing manner. while Miss Clara Randall, as Marion acted with wonderful grace and ease. Mr. Herman Waldo, as the Count, sang well, having an excellent voice, as did also Chas. W. Lang in the part of Gravolin. Mr. James G. Peaks proved himself to be a good comedian and de serves credit for the manner in which he upheld the part of Foutelard, the steward. We might safely say that not only Pa latka but the State is seldom visited by such a troupe of actors and actresses as this company. To-night they will play the beautiful opera entitled the "Prin- ess of Trebiz onde." TEE CHAMPION SOULLESS. Teemer, McKay and Hamm in Our Midst Yesterday.s Practice. The world renowned scullers, Teenier, Hamm and McKay, have arrived in Pa latka, and yesterday afternoon were practicing on the St. Johns River, pre paratory to entering the races on Wed nesday and Thursday for a prize of $500, W hue on their return from a pull up into the cove and nearly opposite the new wharf opposite the city, the little steamer Princess came skimming along, and when within a short distance of Hamm and McKay the noted oarsmen exerted themselves a Lttle and for some minutes kept one or two lengths ahead of the steamer, having the wind against them. The Princess was making good time. Shortly after this Teemer was noticed off the bow of the steamer Louise, the railroad ferry, one of the fastest boats on the river, pulling in easy ana graceiui manner and ap parently gaining with every stroke. A reporter in talking with Mr. Teemer later on referred to his trial with the Louise, and Mr. Teemer smiled and said: "Oh, well, she was in shallow water, Wait until I get her out in deep water and give her a mile 6tretcher." Quite a crowd had assembled on the wharves and considerable amusement was afforded the lookers-on in watching the champions in their frail race boats playiug with powerful steamers in the matter of rapidity. All these gentleman express pleasure that the weather lias turned cool. They found the temperature too warm for them during their matches of last week, yet when they started from Punta Gorda yesterday morning their teeth chattered wkh the cold. Yesterday afternoon's temperature was "more like it," however. Notice to Yacht Owners. All entries for the yacht races on the 15th and ICth insts. must be made before 9 o'clock this evening. II. M. Moxtmollix, Secretary, At Griilin & Parker's hardware store. Mr. J. S. Stickney, of Milwaukee, is a late arrival at the Saratoga. A Village Improvement Association. Green Cove Spring. Several years since, a Village ImDrove- ment Association was formed by the ladies of Green Cove, which, durine the period of its active existence, effected much good by leading the way in show ing us the importance of keeping our streets clean and neat. This Associa tion was practically disbanded, but it has been recently revived, and now gives better promise than ever before of becoming a - permanent institution among us. Several meetings have been held, the officersiiave been elected, and many ladies give evidence that they are in earnest in the undertaking which thev have assumed. We feel assured that all our citizens will give them assistance in a woi k which is for the good of alL The officers of the association are: President, Mrs. K. li. Canova; Treas urer. Mrs. Pasre: Secretarv. Miiw TVra Greer. - f GAI M. H. ROGERO Our entire Stock We have divided our entire stock of Dress Goods into four lots, viz.: 25c, 35c, 45c, and 55c. In this lot of choice Goods will be found Albatrosses, all wool Cashmeres, all wool Tricots, and many very choice Fabrics. Torchon Laces. Fifty pieces, all linen, handmade, at 10c. Bargains in Silk Ribbons. Twenty pieces all Silk Moire, loop edge, at Sic worth 40c. Thirty-five pieces, No. 7, all Silk, pecot edge, at 7c; worth 15c. Fifteen pieces, all Silk Velvet, Satin back, at 35c; worth 60c. Hosiery ! Hosiery ! Threfe hundred pairs choice, regular made, all colors, at 35c; worth 60c. O ther Bargains too numerous to mention. Call and see. Kid Gloves. Kid Gloves. With every purchase of $10.00 worth of Goods we will give a pair of our best Kid Gloves, worth $1.25 to $2.00. The above are Cash Prices only. M. H. KOGEHO. SPECIAL NOTICES. Peterahnrg Crates. Just received one car load of Peters burg Strawberry. Peach and Tomato Crates. Address, II. Friedlaxpkk, feb8-6t Interlachen, Agent. s Cheap Excursions On the St. Johns River, on the steam yacht "Putnam," will commence- mak ing regular daily excursions to Edge water Orange Grove, for the low pr ce of Fifty cents for the round trip, leaving Hart's Wharf at 10 o'clock a. m., ar riving at Palatka in return at 1 o'clock p. m. Tickets can be had at Hasbrouck's Orange Packing House on the wharf. Passengers taken to and from any of the intemediate landings at regular fare. The "Putnam" can be chartered morn ings for hunting parties until 9 o'clock a. m., and afternoons for excursions, as may be desired. Capt. D. A. Dunham, Proprietor. fell-8teod 'Mosquito thal's. Nets complete, at Lilien-fel3-tf yC Foit Rent A seven-room house. Ap ply to Mrs. Adele Mann, corner lemon and Blake streets. fe9-tf v Smyrna Rugs, ienthal's. all sizes, cheap at Lil-fe!2-tf y A Special Excursion To St. Augustine will leave Palatka next Friday, February 17, at 8:30 a. m. Returuing, leave St. Augustine at 4 p. m., giving most the whole day at St. Augus tine. Fare, round trip, $1.25. For tick ets call on R. Resting. fel2-5t r California Grand Union Restaurant for sale. Good location. Will be sold cheap on account ot sickness. Apply to John Lee. fe7-Ct City Lots. Two lots cn the corner of Laurel and Kirby streets, and a small block, all on the J., T. & K. W. Ry., and suitable for manufacturing locations; also two lots adjoining the jail grounds, convenient for work shop. Jas. Burt. feb8-6t -rr vWanted A white woman, thoroughly competent to cook, small family. Apply at this ofhee. fel-tf Window Shades 25c., 50c. and 75c, plain or fancy, at Lilienthal's. . ja29-tf v'New Matting cheap at Lilienthal's. ja29-tf For rent or sale, a handsome two and a half story Residence, central part of town, Palatka; ten rooms and all con veniences. Apply, G. H. Stafford. del5-2mo Bargains in Beal Estate. For sale in St. Johns County, Fla.. three and one quarter miles from Alerri- field Station, on the Palatka and St. Au gustine Railway, one farm of fifty-six acres, twenty under fence, fourteen un der cultivation, situate on a first class wagon road. Also other real estate. Ap ply to J. t. Tennet, federal foint, r la. lais-sm Palatka Lodge. No. 34. F. & A. M. Regular communications first and third t nday of each month. J. 11. f ry, w. ja. E. C. Post. Secretary. Regular convocation of Putnam Clian- ter o. 9, Royal Arch .Masons, ever second and fourth Morday of eacl month at Masonic Hall, 8 p.m. WM. J. WrSEGAB, Al. rJ. 11. Jf. C. J. Joseph, Sec'y. L O. O. F. Piokeeb Lodge, No. 23. meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. J. R. Thorp, N. G. W. H. Ctkcs, Secretary. nos-tf Ksiqhts of Pythias. St Johns Lodge, No. 8, meets every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. (JEO. VV. LIATIS, U. U. W. O. Woltz, K. of R. and S. The Rash to Florida. Philadelphia Times. The vestibule fast train to Florida i now crowded beyond its capacity, and persona mt?ndmg to make the trip to the Land of Flowers must engage seats one or two weeks in advance. A. WEEK -AT IF offered at New York Cost and less. the: BIG FOUR C. A. McLAKTY. Pleasant to Taste, i'roni!t in Action, Always Reliable. It soon brings into healthy piny The Tarpiil Liivr day by any. And lieuulnten the Siixliin through. From crown of bead to sole of shoe. 1 1 cures the Piles, it 0mmu pores. Lost appetite it 8xn restores. Wise families throughout the land Keep TAKKAM'S sKLIZKH near at hand feS-liit HOTEL ARRIVALS. Phoenix. TJ. B. Johns and wife, " Litchfield, Minn.; W. Walton, Harwood, Fla.; Miss I.. Sincer, Miss H. !ien;er, K. M. Wiiichesterjackwmville: W. R. Ta lor, Florida; H. W. Powell and wife, Micanopy; J. W. MctlUDi?, Mosely Hull; John Freeman, Florida; M. J. Boyle, Bridgeport, Conn.; tJeonre M. Hobbs and wife, Boston; J. A. Benson and wife, Eaft Oi-anffe, N. J.: G. S. Wriitht and Uaimiiter. liopkinirton. N. Y. A.O. Van Allen and wife, Northood, Pa,; I. It. Felch, New York; B. Wade, l.'rewent City; J. Dove, leLand; J. J. Teilan, J., T. & K. W. K'y.; (leorjre F. Moore and wife. New York; Charles W. Hoffman, New York; K. B. Bunting, Salem, N. J.; Mrs. William N. Marcim. Miss MatrBie Marcus, J. V. Terry and wife, Philadelphia; Mb Mary Evans, Miss Mairirie Evans, PotT.s town. Pa.: H. i. White, Kiverside; 8. li. Carter, Jacksonville; W. H. Koirero, city; A. N. Ed wards, steamer Okaiiumkee; Ausiin Holcomb, Walter Connelly. Jacksonville; Frederick Ma ley, lHiytonu; Altert Hamm, Boston; U. H. Mc Kay. Halifax, N. S.; Charles A. Choate, St. Au gustine. Saratoga. Otto Kesscs. Rockland, Conn.; II. E. Heath, Ailentown, Pa.; W. 1. Case, Oirdensburir, N. Y.; V. M. Windcroth, New York; K. Y. Gaylor, Boston: F. C. Broghley, San Mateo: D. C. Yot man, Charleston, S. C: N. W. Hurlbut, New York: James N. Atwood, Scranton: L. H. Burn, Chiai)o; W. P. Webb, Key West; James Find ley, Atlanta; W. P. Kockhani, Savannah; L. 1. Cullum, South Carolina; S. P. Wright, Rich mond; W. 1). Stokes, Jacksonville; H. D.Spann; Hartford; J. M. CartwriM-ht, Philadelphia; J. W. Tilt, Chicago: J. H.Osliorne, BridfeHrt, Conn.; R. M. Todd, Boston: W. P. Tyler, Birmingham; C.H.Marks, Sigmu id Gardner, Savannah; J. P. Townsend, NewYork; It. H. CumtuiiiKH, Ra leigh: P. H. Holtiwanirer, Nati hez: P. V. Pow ell and wife, MU-anopy; R. II. Stout, Louisville; I). C. Dee, St. Augustine; S. E. Crittenden, New York; R. J. Meyers, Baltimore: F. P. Daly, Newark: J. C. Mustard, Philadelphia: C. H. Chisolm, New York; Nat. Rosenheim, Savan nah; VV. H. Ruttie, Covinjrton, Ky.; L. P. Ap ple, Jersey City; Mrs. B. W. Kemp, Key West; Miss E. Sawyer, Miss S. Sawyer, Watertown. N. : W. H. Erwin, St. Augustine; L. A. Biil linjr and wife. Cbicnjro; J. J. lirillintf. New York; Mrs. L. C. Cuiley, Providence; J. S. Stickner, Milwaukee; Samuel Kurzman, New York; Nathaniel E. Harris, Coney, Pa.; L. B. Greenberry, W. Wigbtman, Jacksonville; D. K. Holston and wife, J. E. Holslon. S. J. Hoiston, Imlutli; Minn.; Edward W. Mooring, New York. Putnam Ilouae. M. J. Joyce. St. Augustine; Colonel G. G. Green, H.Brown Green, Daniel F. Creane, Woodbury, N. J.; Dr. S. H. Adlcr, Philadelphia; W. H. Pingree and wife. W. C. Hargrove, city; Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Hart, F. P. Mersereau and wife, city: P. S. Fervis, Louisville; J. Wete heim, wife, nurse and two children. S. F. My ers, New York: John W. Weeks, Jacksonville; John Clark, Chicago; I. L. M. Blair and wife, Cincinnati: R. Garrigao. New York; M. 8. Fo ley, Montreal; W. S. Hall, John R. Benton, Chicago; O. C. Johnson, New York: Mrs. C. B. Wright. Jr., MissS. C. Beddle, Philaitelphia; Misses I takes, St. Paul: H. H. Otis and wife, Buffalo; George Saundcrson, Master James Saundersou, Scranton; Miss A.G. Evans. Miss M. E. Evans, Pottstown, Pa.; Mrs. T. F. Morris, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Peak, New York; A. Part ridge, J. R. Thompson, F. A. Bisliee, W. I. El liott, Thomas l. Richardson, Jeph J. Knox, Philadelphia; R. F. Armstrong, J. H. Arm-i HARDWARE. Great Reduction in Price Hardware, Sash, Doors, and Blinds for Spot I will positively sell no Goods except 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 WHOLESALE PRICES, and will not have to pay their pro portionate part of bookkeeping, cost of collecting, and usual per cent, added for time accounts. ... E3. T. L HARDWARE HART'S BLOCK - - - SALE & Co.'s uu J. WHITE. strong, Bt. Augustine; J. W. Armstrorr, Live i as; uerge u McCourke: Jacksonville: Al fred S. Elliott, Wilmington, Itel.; John Ander son, Orniond: F. M. Ironmonger, Jr., Clyde Line; Mr. and Mrs. M. t. Plant, Jacksonville: D. O. Balcom and wife, Daytona; C. A. Hast ings, Boston; H. E. BostwicK, J. H. Niver. Daytona; Mr. and Mrs. Vau Kleeck. Millis, .-nass.; ioionei li. k. (j raves and wile, w. R. Stone and wife. Thomas Cullvford. Duluth. Minn.; Charles Wavenerand wife, Mr.and Mrs. A. v . smith, .Mr. and Mrs. A. D.Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Pryer. Wilmington. Del.: Mrs. E. T. Punsey. Mrs. Jacob Wise. Philadel phia; John Lee, Charles Lee, Brooklyn; Mrs. Ella Moonoy, Jacksonville: S. E. Griles. New 1 ork; George Jennese and wife, Montclair. N J.; M. Remaun, Ocala: Mrs. Friudenbus, New V.trlr. nwir. A ftluolr .nil .if. V,. . F. A. Pratt, St. Uiuis; Mrs. H. A.'Pratt, Glov? ersvuie, k. x.; inaries r. Kpaiamg and wite. v nicago; tt. iraoorn and wile, lhuiu (j-rauhic. New York: J. Walter Lindsey; Chester, Pa.; W. B. Goodwin, Miss May A. Goodwin, Waterville. N. Y.x Henry Becker and wife. J. S. Albright anu wne, jonn t. iiuu and wile. Charles N Apple and wife, Mrs. Lindley, Mrs. JeuVns. Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs. Bury.trand. Miss uose iiunzinjrer, Cincinnati; Philip J. Walsh and wife, Phiiidclphia; Mrs. H. B. BiwbiT, Miss Beecher, Miss Swan, Brooklyn; J. B. Jor dan and wife, Ocula; E. E. White and wife, C. H. Brooks and wife, Brooklyn; .lumes H. Jones and wife, Marshall, Mich.; M. Trump, Pittsburg; D. S. Avery and wife, Detroit; H. F'riediandcr, Interlachen; R. W. Johnson, M. Bates, M. Stansell. Philadelphia; J. B. Henion, M. D., Mrs. J. B. Henion, Rochester; J. H. Dat terman nd wife, Mr. and M rs. Badamer. Cin cinnati; D. W. C. Ward and wife, Montclair, N. J.; W. Hayen and wife. New York; Rev. G. P. Turk, E. B. Wataou, 8. B. Shepard, Atlanta; William McMillan and wife. Miss Fisher, Miss Gardner, Miss Scarritt, St. Louis; Mra.E.C. Fox, New York: J. A. Eddy, Colorado; C B. Eddy, New Mexico; W. H. Harrington, Detroit -Y' PrtKx; M. E. Browne, New York; Mrs. E. B. Baker, MissV. E. Cole, New Haven; J. B. Bee le and son, George K. Mcllwain and wife, Philadelphia; L. Stone and wife, St. Paul: Miss Adams, Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. George H. Watson. M re. 11. de Reysu-r and maid. New York; W. H. Huntington, Boston: A. E. Selig, New York; Colonel George W. Thompson and wife, J. B. Neal and wife. Master Frank Rraden burgli, W. N. Chandler, West Virginia; P. Rob erts and wife, I ndepcndeiiee. Mo.; M ra. W. 11. Hill, Miss Loltie Nichols, Michigan: James Monroe, James C. Morrow and wife, Wilming ton, Del.; J. J. Neal, W. P. McOuade, M. D. Brooks and wife. Miss C. E. Healyey. Boston; W. R. Deeble and wife, Washington: T. F. Murson. Miss Just, Henry Roth, E. II. Howell, New York; J. R. McQinley, Pittsburg: Eli Mix and wife, D. W. liiukesly and wife, t harlea W. Klakesly and wife. Miss Blakesiey, George M. Grant and wife. Miss Minnie Grant, New Ha ven: H. W. Hubbard. Mr. and Mrs. Evans, Boa touMr. and Mrs. John A. Robinson, Miss Rob inson. Mrs. M. F. Maury and three children, Cincinnati: Martin Griffin, Jr., city; Mr. nud Mrs. George Westinghouse, Master George Westingliouse, two maids and man servant, Mrs. Emeline Westinghouse and maid. Miss Alice Bate, Miss A. M. L. Bennett, Pittsburg. Welaka and Praitland 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 sacrifice. The best land can be bought at $10 per acre, and town property is cheap. Go to the Fruitland Peninsula. Two boats daily to "Welaka, twenty-five miles south of 1'alatka. J. Kusseu Kennedy, the general agent for the Peninsula, will give full information. Mail mat ter promptly attended to and satisfaction guaranteed, uan on or write to Mr. Kennedy. Cash. FOR CASH after January 1, 1888. No - AJSTZE, DEALER, - - PALATKA, FLA 4 g.v 7V 'Vf OP H -A-illD "W - Stoves, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Paints, Oils, Glass, Saddlery, Harness, Cutlery Oranse V raps, Primers, Clippers, Ladders, lkltin?, Sails, Guns, Bifles, Pistols, Barbed Wire, ttc., Plumbing, Tinniiiff, Steam Pipe Gas- Fitting. Ascents for H. W. Johns Asbestos Paints. Deitz's Tubulnr on stn Florida Southern Buildings, HOTELS. THE ARLINGTON Palatka. Fla. OPEN ALL THE TEAK. A FIRST f LASS Family Hott-I, best locution in the city, thoroughly renovated anil rrfurnlHlH'd. Terms ti.UO to fi.V) i-r duy. Special rat by the week. 1'eopU- from the country will Ami it a Cleaxant au convenient place to stay when on usiuesa in faiatka. MRS. U FALK, rroprietrrs. fel3-lin Huntington, Florida. new hotbTTqui-si-sana "HEItE 13 HEALTH." Fix IXE LOCATION NEWLY FCKXISHED. Excellent Table. Price $8.00 to $10 .00 per week. Address, F. S. tf.U'OX. Ilttnt.ng-ton, Fla. dcll-2ra 'he Ormond, AT ORIOND-OMHE-HALIFAX ! 1 OH QT7F.EN ANXE HOTEL JI ST 1UU opened on the I'ciiinsuia between the Halifax and the ocean. Horse fur from Statiou to Hotel and from Hotel to Ocean Beach. C" Two trips to be token from Palatka, the ucimwitna aim tne tia hut. DK. B. E. I HUKCHILL. Proprietor. fe5-2m Orniond, Volusia County, Fla BAYER'S HOTEL GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA FERD. BAYER, - - - - Tronrietor The South Florida and Western ami Florida Southern trainsall stop near this hotel. First class in every particular. Terms, to $:i.U) SDMSIDE. MRS. A. NI. HERDMAN PROPRIETRESS. LARGEST HOUSE IN DAYTONA, 0?n RIVER FRONT. VIEW OF OCF A V iroiu Uiservatorv. Ooen all venr. Ki eiui terms for Commercial Travelers and bum- luor Hoarders. TERMS &S.OO PER rA.Y. Ja3)-3ino PUTNAM HOUSE 0. G. BARRON, Proprietor, PALATKA FLORIDA OPEN DECEMBER TO MAY. Cuisine and Sanitary Arrangements Complete. WITH ALL THE MODERN CONVENIENCES Ja6-tf THE GARLETON, Falatka. Florida. ANDREVSIIELLEY PROPRIETOR. Kates, 82.50 to S3 Per Day A. N. EDWARDS & CO DEALERS IN Fine Wines, Liquors and Beers, Imported and Domestic Cigars. mLi.iAiiiTAiiLorts T'HE BAR 13 PROVIDf D WITH ALL THB best accessories, and i presided over by an accomplished Mixologist. The patronare ot the Dublic is rwspectfully Kalicited. if Good oroer preserved at all timet. Water Street, Hart's Bloek, ralatta. mv8&-tr Mr. W. Corerdale, Late precentor or beverlt mix- btkb, England, is now prepared to give lessons in both Vocal and Instrumental Music. Will also tune and repair all kinds of Musical In struments. Forty years' experience. P. O. Addre, Manarille, Fla. AtA taoeodTT WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC. New Go'ods New Goods, Just received at JOHN F. SPECK'S Jewelry Store. A large and beautiful Stock of Gold and Silver Watches, Solid Gold Jewelry,Dia monds, and the handsomest line of Silver and Plated Ware ever offered in Palatka. Call and see them at JOHN F. SPECK'S The Leading Jeweler, Front Street, WHOLESALE AND R STALL DEALERS Tubular Oil Planet, Jr., Farm and plements. HOT,ICITKI.j3 CLOTHING, GENTS' FURNISHINGS, SHOES, ETC AT MARCJTTS T.fW.-R' All heavy weight Cloth ing in Men's Youths' and Boys' at and below Cost. They must go before our Spring Goods arrive. MARCUS LOEB. SHOES. DRY GOODS. NOTIONS. ETC 3VL CTST GO! mm For Ten Days K DRY GOODS AND SHOES. AH Dress Goods. Shawls, Jackets, Blankets, Comforts, Mattings, Carpets, BIG DISCOUNT ON SHOES. I. JACOBS ON, PHOENIX BLOCK. WM. J. W13TEOAR, R. J. ADAM9. Vice-President. Prauount. FIRST NATIONAL BA1 OF PALATKA, SUCCESSORS TO WM. J. WIKEGAR 4 CO., BANKER! PAID CP CAPITAL.. SCEPLUS... A General Banklnc: Business Transacted- Buys and Sells Foreign Exchange Correspondents : New York First National Bank; Importers' and Traders' Boston . Maverick NattoaaJ Bank. tt IN A R, "F, , Stoves. Garden Im- Palatka, Fla. d-My Flannels. Cloaks. at a Sacrifice. H. O. PATTfR, Cashier. F. P. MERPEREAP Assiktant Cashier. .$100,000 .$20,000 REDUCTION J -1