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THE DAILY" NEWS -PA LAKA, KtXRTOA, TTJESDAT MORNING; JANUARY 17, 1883.
The Saint JLugustnie Department. The Daily News Saint AflpsMptenaL ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA., JAN. 17. 1888. t-H apKCIAL BEKTICK nw far SI. .arstsrostMNd PiuVifAwt JJuUtro THICltAlLY A .' M J 4s enrri Ot M. .AasssatMBi at ,4f.V fr f.ii IX r w mti M a ... . .: .W.m.tis, I" fwrBjaaaimj to tW rmmUittOm liMi riWr.aTi .SI. tHatsfiM, irt raaforiwtrji Vr, ssir to iirtwtirtillif a MT. AIUA.STINK 1 II.V !t K Wl' Ari.R, iwhIiiMm um aiimi 4 1 ITKI fKKHS UlsfATCHM, iehuUfa f'l ., MAHKt.T HKiftHTS, If UUvrmit fc t;V s, ru vrU its 'til ir mittrr a-teiUs uu 4 rl 1 K-tT-t LANK UAIL.Y JOVH.HAL. THAT DAlLr AKtrSrMIilHverltCUp Svlmrrilim la .St. A suustous, b$ currier or mud, at the fiiUittiint rnttm : 4 Htm tr $ - A' Or MnnMH 4 0l Tlirr. wmlk WI m ww rr. Semla ARTHUR Vtm IttjLSAN. Stnerlneiulet itf CUreulatitm, Lurmtr Char. MUantl Itrytoe at rat. ST.AOCDSTIHB ADYERTISIH8 DEPUIHEllT. TIIK TtAIT.Y ITKWS trill assert T. ABO I'KTIMK AUVBKTI.HKMKNTH.il flp4.lusrf tm. tUhtsrin if. St. AautuOn. Advortimittu 1m- ptrr mrtu ur tUKtrtur tn luammimt rmumm, uk hhiu w uVsire.i. (it tumid rule. awids knows m tpi4ti'titim nt Cm fh-unrn iHhrt; ami mVKCt Ai. NOTICKM in It M.jtkiWtM irfrariWutf Ikt irfmnt at Um rU KAf t'CXTA WUHltl Am nriunwM w riJ fu tumtm IM Mtrthunta and JJiMlwi. Mr.n,j St. Aintm that las euU mmw TflAJ O.tl.Y A bIH S irUI imMl Mtliwm r ratcMna the torts! public turn a nt.lt mm never lasiurr ssanacu. OpealBg and Closiag the Malls. City TIM. BOBTSWABD. Jacksonville and point beyond. Arrives 11:15 a. m. H:.1 p. n. . p. m. Closes 7:tM a. m. 11:15 ui a:tlp.Ba. TluiuKh mails to luid from the North. WlirrWlHl AMD DXITIIW1UX 1. . I ..... a .ii.l wi mil Arnvnt 'liwet . . . ... ...... . t . . i . i. ArrivHM. 1:15 p. m.; Clotwa, TKW a. m. Arrivm, Hi( a. m.: CIiiih. S-.W p. m. tit. AutfUMtimt atul TtiMka mMimiok Arrivt-a, TuatbyitTbumliya awl Baturdaya. SH ik m. rWwra. Mondays, WelneatUr and Friday a. fcUu a. iu. 1U.1KT OAILLAKISP. M. LOOAL WKATHEH OMUTATIOM8. t 7 a.m. k IT. S. A hit, St. KuAnoirt Haaraa, trt. AltuL'MTisiB, UA.. January l. HiKlM-Mt temperature, 73; lowutt, tDJ; for the pant twffity-(ur hours. 'l'he intiunt ul rainfall la ien In tnchea and biiwlrvtltha. T. OKirrrrH, . IltMiiltai Steward. Life's Courtesies. Written fur toe Daily New. A rare exotic once was placed amitnir A thotmurvl beauteoua Howera of hih and low Terrt. The ditlay briKht, the queenly roue, Thu vlok-t sweet, and many like, in wild Prufiwlon gtw and poured their fragrance forth To irladi ten all the earth. In kveline They drank of heaveua refreahinir ilewa, and oft Toward the nkies turned rererent fawa bright In grateful homuire for the taire that bade Them Ht. Not the plant of foreign birth; Alone it stood and shrunk from contact with It huml! neia-hhora near; held hlirh ita head And aralled with prouii dimluln on all around. Now cume the wintry wind In wondrous haste And made the dowers a tall. Cold was bia breath. But thone who eft bad felt hi power drew clone Around their f. ilia ire warm and waited thua Heturu of sprlntr. Yet, one dened the sturm; Till waul il blast swept fiercely o'er the arouiHta Ami fnM! the Mower an that it dnapel and died t The mro nolle rould not fa-e the eohl I'leuk autiiniu'a touch, and in its fall none wept. Proudly and lone it lived; alone it died, A nitina- symbol of the one whose life Ik ill. not of, our buny world. Thtmtrh all the grace were combined to make one fair And Krent, still he would find a field prepared In which to.sliow a world how kindly heaven till hi in Ita blewinirs hud eonferred. Ami he toild III alTftril to baik climlainf ully I'lNin the Knt of all ial's children, for The hand that (rave ran take away, and none N so secure In w hut he hath that be May safely cull it all his own. The bloat Of winter sweet across I lie plain and what We huve, mid are, or hoe to te on earth. May in one little hour le tlcad ! IWAR BuiM. ft, Amfwstiiic, Via., January L Ifirlli. "Answer to Oiinary Cutlet. Om-expoMih-acr of Ihn IxulJ Anus. Tli ctiinMuiulini( tif vkunla U art, biiX to put ciiM, taw, imligCHtiblw' nisrav roni, wliii li liave ltn thrown into warm water ami taken rii;ht (Hit aaia and put on to a plate, anil alto to put nuuiluHl wwt jKtat(HH which have been laying in a Ht for t.)ire r four Java and turned black, btue and grevn, on a table for tuen to it, b no art, and the man that doa it in no artiat, aa Item, in Saturday's pa per, rails himself. Another peaant thing itt to ait on the table at meal time and have the cook standing behind you to count every moruel of bread or meat you eat, and to have that plate snatched from you ls'fore you through with eat ing, for fear you might devour too much. Shame to a man who will do anything like the above; the man that dors it has lost all shame and character, the last of which he tries to regain by the effort to vindicate himself in the paper by con demning others and raising himself in tlie eyes of the tieople, who do not know hint or his character, or never had any dealings with him: but to men who had dealings with him for three or four years, almost every day, he cannot vin dicate himself in any manner be chooses, and a man that does anything of the alajve, or puts-any the above viands on a table for man to eat. is no cook, or lie tries to bulldoze men that have to eat his preparation in line f cooking, and if . the List of the two. lie is in m w t m rwi- -emptible, low, miserable wretch, who does not deserve the name of cook. It is a poor bourding house where the pro prietor f urnishe the cook with plenty of good material for cooking, but where the cook looks out for his own pocket only, and tries to fill it by means of half starving the boarders, until a stop ia put to it dj proper authority. A Kk-kkk. The boys are in their glory and roller skates are at a premium. The smooth asphalt pavement rarrooodirig the Ponce de Leon grounds afford a place for excellent sport in this line, and the youngsters are not slow to take advant age of it. c Wi'id. , c h a " 7 a. m.. : IWi rtX V. 'Ktlf fWiuiy p. nu.. : & !" K 1.... Kit M' CttHidy P- ""' it4 lu" . DEDICATION. A BEAUTIFUL CHDHCH BUILDING. Ohm MmIhmM Kailaewwwl C'warch Koakdjr fw fa A Lars;, Bmawtiral aad Uranfal strwrtar. The beginning of the end so far as the building of the Grace M. E. Church of this city ia concerned, was instituted yesterday, and the house of God was ap propriately and solemnly dedicated in three services occupying the whole day. Bishop W. F. Mallaliea, D. IK, of New Orleans; Presiding Elders Rev. J. IL Storey, Rev. II. J. Walker and Rev. a a McLean, assisted by lit: v. E. .K Mitchell, pastor of the Presbyterian Church, and Rev. II. VL King, pastor of the Baptist Church, and the members of the conference, as announced in the pro gramme, took part in the exercises. The church was filled to repletion at all the services. The following is the programme for the morning and afternoon services. mohkiso, te-SMi t. Hyma ms Kev. W. 8. Fitch 1. Prayer. . PreoMin El.tcr Kev. J. H. Storey X Voluntary. "The Lord la Merciful and Kind," A. Oscar Browne Choir 4. Responsive Keaduis;, Ptatiio XIX, led by Kev. H. D. Paine. CHyian 8B7 Rev. Q. W. Butler B. Bermoo. Bishop W. F. Mallolieu. I' U-, New Orleans, La. 7. Dedicatory Anthem. A. Oscar Browne, Cboir. . Ordination of Deaeona. t. Hymn SaMwtb School 10. Benediction. Presldlntr Elder Kev. II. J. Walker. AniRnoon, 3 o'cijmk. 1. Hymn HH3 Rtv. C. Pol ley S. Prayer, Kev. E. K. Mitchell, Pastor Presby- teriaa Church. S. Voluntary. Sh! be Joyful in the Lord for ThisNew Kobe, A. Oscar Itniwne, Choir 4. Responsive Reailins-. Psalms XXIII, XXIV, led by Rev. J. T. Lewton. i. Hymn WW Kev. M. W.Sia-ncer 5. Sermon, AJ. Kynett. U. l..Mecy Church - Extenaltaji HM:iety. 7. Dedicatory Anthem. A. Oscar Browne, Choir, ft. Ordination of Kid. rm. t. Dnxokajry. kL Ileismliction, Kev. H. M. Kinir, Pastor Bur- Ust Church. The Htsral decorations were donated by Mr. L. II. White, tUrit, and con sisted of a beautiful center ptece just in front of the altar, made in form of a Corinthian arch, with harp-shaped gates swinging beneath, representing "Gates Ajar." The arch was laid with a double row of Anna Oliver and carmtjena roses forming the span. The pillars were cov ered from arch to foundation with aspenelas, in which were traced a line of innooente pirola roses, the bases being richly set with bridal vine and other leafy plants, trimmed with boo lilene. Etotle de Lyon and Countess of Pembroke rosea in full bloom. The gates were filled out with aspenelaa and studded with polyanthus roses, making one of the finest and most artistic floral figures to be imagined. Also among his donations were four handsome ami unique, in de sign straw baskets, filled with roses and flowers of the rarest kinds. T o urn- shaped vases filled with rare blooming plants, and a rustic put of geraniums of several kinds, were presented by Mr. W. T. BroadwelL Vines and moses gracefully depended from the pulpit ami lent a beauty to the scene almost enchanting. These floral offerings were never equalled l-fore in the history of St. Augustine. The music by Joyce's orchestra was kindly furnished by Messrs. Armstrong and Seavey and the choir. The select tons were well made and finely rendered. Tlte evening services were perlia more largely attended than the previous ones as the dedication proper would then be finished. The attendance of Joyce's orchestra ami the programme for the close elicited especial intercut. and at an early Itour the worshipers lc gan to come in and continued until the large building was literally packed. Chairs ami detached pews were brought into the aisles until they were filled ami still crowds were standing in the rear many being unable to gain ad mission. The pastor then invited anyone desirinK seats to come forward and occupy the steps in front of the pulpit which was accepted by many, but with all the care to provide for the people, several had to go away. The following is the prograhmie for the evening service, ? o'clock: P roceMi nal orchestra... "Athalie" Thai was rendered aa the meuiticre of the choir marched io. Hymn SIS Kev. II A. Pattison All Hail the Power of Jesus' name Prayer By Kev. James Mitchell, D O Voluntary, choir . A t lacar Rruu -liod at the Kef us of Ilia People." Reveille for cornet Walter Kofrefs Responsive readintm. .ISIoria Hymnal p. 4XS Kev. R. B. Huyder.D I. Psalms I. t'L Ptlsrima' Chorus, orchestra. . "I.Lomtardl Soprano solo Mra. C. C. Me Lean -Cant thy Bread upon the Waters." Addresses. Here the pastor. Rev. V. (.. McLean. spoke of the work of the church, review ing in brief the beginning six years ago. their struggles and remarkable success. Abo of his success as a dreamer, bring ing with each the manna detiired. He spoke of tlte beautiful building.the history of the move from the old lot and of the steady friendship and munificence of one, without whose aid the work could not have attained its present ter mination. Tlte church and istrsonage represents an expenditure of 75,000,and still another dream realizes the promise of more to apply on the embellishment of the grounds. The pastor tlten solicited liberal contributions as the plates were passing around. Miss Bowman, Mrs. Dora Watson and Harry S. Buckwalter, joined the church on presentation of letters from other churches. Be. Bishop W. F. MallaJieu. D. D.. was then introduced. lie told of his visit to Lincoln College, where John Wesley was educated, of a vine planted br h'"" which had grown and spread to large proportions which he likened to another vine. Methodism, wntcn bad grown and spread until ita branches en circled the world. He congratulated Florida and particularly St. Augustine O. B. SMITH. CHAS. E. W. LYON & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS ANIt OEAI.KIW IN HA It D WAR K. CROCKERY. Lyon Building, on ptssiessing such a church as this beau tiful building. Mr. McLean then introduced Rev. Ir. A. J. Kynett, who said that this was the most remarkable dedicatiou lie had ever attended. He would liked to have attended the dedication of Solomon's Temple if it were not that it would in volve such extreme age, and be had no liking for being very old; and would also have been glad to have la-en present when David brought back the Ark of tlie Covenant, but such things could not la?. He was quite eloquent at times and when be quote. 1 The Groves were God's First Temples, " the effect was grand. He was glad the orchestra came, if for no other reason than to bring out such a crowd, many of whom came, he knew, to hear the music, and larhapx it would give them a chance to hear the gitq-l preached and get their souls attuned to the musiu of the splieres. Tlien followed the formal dedication. KK Anthem, Choir Ih-dicutory. Itoxolosry. Benediction Kev. Dr. Stephen I'isk. Finale Consecration Orchestra. GRIM VIS AG ED WAR A Sun Jay Bow in Shin Bone Row. That delectalM) regkm of the city stp ulaxly known as Shin Bone Row," lying just west of the barracks, was the scene, .Sunday morning, of one of the liveliest and most interesting events in its varie gated history. The locality was formerly known as Perlieu Fort, ft out the principal occu ation of -its denizens, viz:" "the com pounding of a Uihh peculiar to the neigh borhood known as 'Perlieu' a combina tion of chicken, rice and other ingre dients, not to be mentioned to ears po lite, which formed the center of attrac tion for nightly gatherings of all the "coons' in town, which assemblages usually terminate in a grand walk-around or -hMlos dance," ending in a free fight. Laundry work forms the outward and ostensible occupation of the inliahi tants, while inwardly and by night "per lieu" reigns supreme. Love, the blind little god m ho some times makes life a burden to the human family, and anon gives humanity glimites of Paradise, who rules the court, the camp, the grove dwells also, betimes, in Shin ISone Row, and makes, for his divertisement,all si arts of odd com binations. Tlie one in question was a case of one lover claimed by six different sable maidens, the denouncement of the dark Adonis' multiple lovers, reaching its climax on Sunday, w hen his false ness became known almost simul taneously to his numerous victims. War, bloody war, was the result, and the guilty wretch whime fascinations liad wrought all this sorrow and despair, was miles away, far even front the ecltoes of tlie conflict. A Saturday night "Perlieu" was the occasion when the horrible truth Ist-ame find knowr to tlie victims, ami early Sunday morning a number of them met king la-fore day light, when N iKt' candles are latrned out. And Jocun.l day Simula tiptoe on the misty mountain tops." The con tlie t waged long and liotly, tlie contesting forces being headed reM-ctively by "Stick Vm," a well kitown amazon of that ilk. on one side (of the fence), and "Old Rosebud." a sister spirit of equal celebrity, on tlie other. The result was a drawn battle, neitlier artv attempting to cross the fence, fifteen feet high, built expressly to ae'airate these two houses of Capnlet and Montague, by their resiftive landlords. Tlie neighlorhood which suffers fre quently front similar afflictions, is con templating an apeul in force to the City Council for a special resident oIice force to disirerse the comtattitnts who so frequently disturb the quiet and peace of the locality by their hostilities. 0. E. 0. A !arty of about fifty niemliers of District No. 10, Order of Railroad Con ductors of the United States and Canada, including a number of ladies, visited the Ancient City yesterday and took lunch at the Ponce de Leon. They, liad just held a District Convention in Jackson ville and were making a fly ing trip to Palatka and St. Augustine. Mr. J. II. Latimer. Chief Conductor of District No. Iho; Mr L. Harris, DeHity Chief Conductor of District No. 10; Mr. G. C. Maugh, Chief Conductor of District No. 15X5, and Sir. W. Jo Donelson, Chief Con ductor of District No. 199, were uiem- liera of the party. After rambling about town, viewing the various improve ment and filling up the inner man at the Ponce de Leon, they departed for their several fields of duty, sighing for a "run" on any road leading into the "5Ictrojolid of Florida." A Complete Eet ahTisLment. Messrs. Streeper & Co., undertakers, who occupy tlte premises known as Hoy t'a stand on SC George street, not fat -rout city gates, liave one of the most complete establishment in the State. They keep on hand a desirable assortment of fine burial cases, of dif ferent styles, and are expert with twenty years exa;iience in scientific embalming. Their magnificent new hearse lately C J. VEDDEK. lUILlUM; MATERIAL. ETC. St Augustine, Fla. received is one of the most complete and richly apMjinted ever brought to St. Au gustine. It was built by Messrs. Nuffer & Lipi, of New York, at a cost of f 1,- 200, and is very liandsome, having double curtains of very rich cloth and silk velvet, ami is silver mounted throughout. The Casa Monica Opening. As heretofore announced the Hotel Casa Monica will open its doors to-day. The stupendous labors of the immense force of workmen who have been work ing almost unceasingly for many months were inadequate to the task of finishing all the details of tlie work, but enough lias len done to enable the manager, Mr. Wilson, to keep his pledge ami oia-n tlie house for business on the day ap" loiiit-d. There will be no ceremonial of any kind. The opening will be simply the reception of such lioiia fide guests as have secured quarters and those who may desire to do so. The Itouse will not lie on exhibition to the public in any sense until the w ork of finishing, clean ing up, placing the furniture, etc., is en tirely or nearly ctsnplcted, of which due notice will la; given. Council Proceedings. The regular meeting of Council took pl.-tce last evening. Present Aldermen Sahin, Llamliias, Genovar, Atwood and Lemis. Alderman Saliiu was chosen chairman. A number of a-titions for building permits were read and referred to the Street and Lane Committee or otherwise disposed of. Sundry bilU were presented and al lowed. Mr. Genovar, from the Finance Com mittee, made a report showing the amount on hand general fund, $0,302; poor funds, l-MKi; unjKiid warrants, $2, CNl.ll; other indebetness, 'i-; net in detitediicbs, f 2.6T(i;delit on fire engine not due, $:i,000. Mr. Sahin. from the Committee on Re. building jail, rcKrted the bid of A. II. Cornish, pHH). It was recommended the committee la allowed till next meeting to modify the plan; they were also au thorized to contract with Cornish to re cover the old market, and Mr. Genovar was added to the committee. Collector Segui rcjaH-ted collections of $".73.15 on licenses. The following was adopted. AWif.1, That the servU-esof the san itary inspectors l discontinued from this date. Mr. Llamliias insisted that all tlie com mittees should be retsrganizeiL Mr. Genovar also urged tlie same and stated if it could not be done lie would lesign. Mr. Llambias' resolution tliat the presi dent be requested to reorganize the several committees of this body ami the clerk to notify him of tlie passage of the resolution was adopted unanimously. Acting Marslial Satiate ikiil further time to 1111 his bond, w hich was granted. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Joyce's orchestra will present anotlier novelty, the music of tlie mandolin, with an imitation by the orclicstra. Hon. David S. Porter, late President of the Memphis Taxing District, by which nickname the city of Memphis is now known, was at the Ponce de Leon yesterday. The steamer. Seth Low, after several ineffectual trials, succeeded yesterday in towing in the scliooner Kennel", which has been lying off and on at the liar for several .lays. Major General Henry Brinker, com manding the Seventh Division, National Guard, State of New York, whose home is at Rochester, arrived at the Ponce de Ieon yesterday. Mr. S. II. Sliapleigh, of BoMttwi, one of the prospective inmates of the Ponce de Letm studio building, is expecwd on Wednesday, and before the end of tlte week the otlter occiistnts will be snugly settled in their delightful winter quar ters. Major General J. M. Sclioficld, com manding the Department of tlte Atlan tic, is expected in St. Augustine to-day or to-morrow for the winter, accompa nied by Mrs. Schotield, w ho has been detained in Jacksonville by sickness. Elabts-ate preMtrations are I icing made for his receition. The military concert in the ojien corri dor of the Ponce de Leon, by Joyce's splendid band, was enjoyed by hundreds of jieople, crowding tlie walks and the street adjacent. Tlte cornet solos of Mr. Walter Rogers were especially fine, and elicited spontaneous bursts of applause from tlie mfxed crowd. The negroea, with their natural gift .of music, espe cially enjoyed them. Capt. F. M. Lawler, the well known yachtnian, has bnaught down a number of his nicest pleasure boats, including the Saucy Kate, Dora, Gracie and others. and there are still others em route. His headquarters will be at the club house on central wharf, and is ready to supply parties or individuals with aquatic trans portation in any direction. A young man nanted G. W. Chisholm committed suicide by hanging himself to his bedpost with a strap, on Saturday evening, at hie rooms on St. George GAHD. LAND UL SOLE AGENT FOR- St. Augustine and Lands. St. Johns Railway Lands. AGENT FOR Florida Southern Railway Lands. Florida Commercial Co.'s Lands. St. Johns and Lake Eustis Railway Lands. OVER aoSO0O ACRES, Located in nearly every County in the State, suitable for Farming:, Graz ing:, Fruit and Vegetable Growing. LtpPine, Cypress and Cedar Timber. PRIG Orange Groves, City and Sea Beach Lots, Vegetable and Fruit Farms, Improved City and Suburban Prop erty. SOLE AGENT For some of the largest and most desirable Private Es tates offered Augustine. Do Not Visit Saint Augustine -WITHOUT JOHN H. deao-ly street. He hail only leen in the city a few weeks and liad been quite ill I ait was recovering. I le Iwcame desiiondent and disturlaxl in mind by his illness or for other reasons, and writing a long letter addressed to his sister at Garretts- ville. New York, made an end of him self in the manner stated. His remains were emlsduied and sent to his former home. HOTEL ARRIVALS. Poaew dw Eoa. Mrs 8 AumMt. J H Allvnat- New York: A Itjirker, MenocaiM Wxin.; W m T Howe, Ifcaaum; W V K Powia. ( hlcaani: J K II I ,vt- tlwaa. vilhs K.h E Hark. Mrs It E I'ark. Mauai: I. M . I'ark, I ji. raj li.tirsia: John r Ifavka. Orlamio: W V Mallalsu. New Irlean: C C Mclean, city; It li McOimiins. Jr. TalluhiwM-; llr J II lleiiiiai, Mrs lletii.ai, It.a h-i-ster; .Mrs II Millia. Van kiack Millia, Maasa-eliiis.-tts; lir W t Me.eramv, UreenlM-l.l, Mam.; il i.Mui aiel wire, Atlanta; A AiKl.-rsoii.eily; 11 T l" Tter. Memphis; J rl Kmith, Jr. Jackson illc:8aml liarton. New York: J U Tvaen. Jac kwai ilw- OF Mortimer, Hyde I'ark, Mass.; i i. iia at, m LAMMa-rircr, iew tork; John w fostirule. I HHTiir. Jas l i otiner. Thus tl'IVm- lH-r. knoiTiile. Teun : J M French and wife. Jacksonville; Mile irtai. Mra IJzzie Orton. Mrs K iNik-s. Masters Willie, lleruanl, (ttanhrn bihI Normar imton. T J K.anl, lieneva,! .; M 1. r-araer, jonn m-nuiim, I' M ituckina-tiam. ieo If V.Hinir. Jacksonville; W m J..-k..i t s S-m r. Iimumim; Jaa A (ioi.H-n, New York: J SCniwelL,TJ Kirkimlriek, rriiiKtiell, .; J K MfCtiiiiir, Palatka; H tt MH'luiiir, Vinrinia; J P iNalire. citv; 11. Kaiuniiake, (ieiarm-biwn. HJ f licnnettlCC W nxhucity: (1 K Mid.len- .H.ri. i iiK-atni; Joliict 4nneM, Herman Kehm V.. Turk, li k A , 1 .. . . . . fl W . ... " - " " ,wu.n 1 1 , mM IIUIIIIU, Chitaorii; Tim Karl of Craven, Tlie Kev WJ htavert, Kiurlaml; ftm W KrU hua and wife. Newark. j; Mrs w fhi im. New Yi-k: Mm t; K.mter. Jersey tnty; K W liushell. Kost Mairi- nuw. 5i.n; .wr w alter oilman, Jackson ville; Mrs S A lloliuan. l'M-ut, III; Mins K l,w. Miss K S Harniuan. Miaa II M llarriinan. Mrs H A lllarriinaii. New York; iwen Howella, llu.is.iu, M Itoltt A Parka. Washintrt.Mi: 11 II tuirweathcr, II 11 Vaus-liau. New YM-k;John II I nstiear. I" t N: Mrs J II lushr. W'asliiiur- tMi: C A Mai-lhauild and wife. New York: A J Kynnett, Pbila.k-lphui: W II Hell. It V K ftuyvenant. New Ya-k: W M Itlaek. eily; Mra farne ' W.L Muaatmu, Iowa; II CornnirbMi HmiUjo, New York; K 1. Hart, Allen Tailor t ievelund:J CTMustard. 1'bila.lelphia; Mr and Mrs A UMeeie. AUaiita." M M Parker. A A 1 botiuu, Wanhinirbm; A C Cbaianan. IrnnHel; i j a-imu-a-a. I. li iTowiiea. II r. Mmitb, Port land, in-viroii: S II Ik.lcn. Jaekaonville: I. Tar. !.. Washina-ton; It it Halin. Maine; KC Hnnrn. r.OT auir, nwr Miner, jr k 11 Mywck, New York: J. C. Helettre. Savannah: J it. i la. lawn. Atlanta: A W. Martin. Pnuikf.af. liv: tiro Henry Itrinker. John U StrajM la-r, Kia-h-eater. N Y; W H Cnaiiiy. wife and child, Atlan ta: Carrinirton llerrinir, Kaa I iranife, N J; H M I ilttmic W m W rurhu Jmi W Kna-le. eilr.t'. A Kiehter. lancailn .Neti; Wm II Ho) t, Mtam- f.wd. C.hiii; A r' Copcintid. Coliirutsm, (i u II neuss ami wile, new trteana: N KmauiH L Jr. irala;K M Kmanuel. city: John K Warner and wife. A KetKiail ami wife. Ibmton; John mi .aa an.i wiias, t nauti, M xi tana; li l Solomon, t hartcaum; Mr and Mra A W i YlraLe, New York: Mrs mitler, llaltitntare; K W Auk auan, ItosbMi, and fawty-threci ineuila-ra I with aocontpani iiur ukllesl of Eimjlur CoairuittM of HiMtriet No hi. I inter of Kailnaad Cutwlua- uirs oi uie L uitea Mates and ' -"tr'n CartotaMa. C II Haile and wife, ruuwlall Cainf v: J H Nover and wife. Haxletoo. Pa: W T t hauifonl; A K Paaoo, Tlv N Amleraon and wile, fed Paiana. M K liurenxill. M H Hakw. JackaiMiviliu; H U Rvans and wife, Chu-aaiK nev raMorneiu. Jaiaa iMurnclu. Uaytisaa; John A L Ailaaaa, New York: Col V L I tune r ami wife. Huena Vista; W T Bauakett, city: II Alien, lovrr, Joaa McAlisHer, Mra J H . ma-aeiie. r ia; an irurm. lliarMMnn; P Wendhiaer. rUa kTiiie. t'onn; K V, Piatt, pa. latka; A H Kaiiier. New Yurk; W lMi Wysuck, Sara Maiw, Mr and Mrs Henry TV iter. N.w Tork; Mrs FMNilea, llostoa; E C Martam, Alfrrd Center. V V; H K Kinaeil, H It Turney, OMualsikli; Wm K Itarr and wife. Chwama. Ill: M OurMuo, Brooklyn; Waiter K Aoama. ncMtoo; i A atcixaiaia I and wife. Hew 1 ork; a, c uua. ChtcaaTQ. Maa-Mtla. Mr and Mrs O Hewitt. Miaa WollL. tmt Cincinnati; M Mitchell aad wife. Otdsaa Pott. New York: 8 BChamberlm. Waafainston; U It Nathans, M lrv. Phuadelidua; H Prtnwaaa, " " rii,uuawnii, rauauaa; u H anwwt- umand wif.J A McOuirc citv: 8 It Palue, lJ0Si,,c,,"rr"r' Jlvlutr, E J Seymour, city; Thomas Kennedy and wU, Mew York; Oa; Prof caaur If Miilnwr. cat jr; J & MuvkluSlJr FOR SALE. H ... . . ll p Palatka Railway 1 $1.00 PER ACHE, J And Upward. for Sale in St. CALLING ON AUSTIN, North SI4eaIlaza, St. Aagastlae, Fla. more; fharl.a N Thomas an.1 wife, Miaa Helen W Tbiofluaa, New 'H-k; John K i.l.l, i 'Incair.i; H C Chaj.i aiHl wife, Atlanta; J W Atwater and wife. J C Atwater. New Vork; H J Itattcn. sarirer, Toltl; A N Itaehel.l4r, Cleveland; tieora-e W Parkhili. fu II WiImmi, Jackaoiit i.i..'. A Iteaatiral Work. Macon Teleirrapn. The Teleyrajfh is indebtel to ('apt. C. I). Owens, traffic manager of the Sa vannah, Florida and Western Iailroad, for a work on the three new hotels at St, Augustine the Ponce de Leon, Al cazar and Casa Monica, the three finest hotels in America. The work is a band- ! some sjaK-imen of letter press, and on looking over its beautiful pagei one is tempted to cut loose front business ties, jump on the train and hit to ve ancient city in a vesti lulled car, regardless of ex iensos or consequence. Remarkable Egg Plants. Oakland Sun. Two egg plants of remarkable size liave lieen left at this office by Mr. J. 11. Sadler, which .wa grown on his line hammock land. One of these was twenty-three inches in circumference lengthwise measured around from the stem and nineteen in the oppite di rection; the other was twenty-four inches just two feet lengthwise, and twenty-three across, around the greatest diameter. They were found to la ex cellent eating, and our thanks are re turned" for the gift. It is believed that these egg plants will lind but few, if any, rivals in size iu the State of Flor ida. So far, we are ahead on sweet "io ta tees and egg plants. Trot out your next vegetable. SPECIAL NOTICES. The West End A Select Family lhmae. Well furnished sua-rior table. Laudies travelling alone or with children receive careful attentkin. For terms asjily at corner of Ifcaige and Emm it Street, or by mail. aat Ihjx 37C, Palatka, llori.la. jal7-tTuTuSu Cottagea to Bent. I have a number of new and very con venient Gcttages to rent, opismite rail rtiud yard of St. Augustine and Palatka rtadwar in New AuKUsttne. ltll and learn terms at Middletou& Oliver's store on Cliarlotte street. ialVtf W. C MlDDLETOX. New CSntHls r-verv week in Latest Styles. Remember tlte 1 tress Making ik-partatent at Habin. Abiajtt & Co. 'a. Work done in first-class manner. jal2-tf SetaovaL IneTaham's Paint and Oil Store has been removed to the Lyon Block, on St, George street, south of tlie post office. dey-U Viaiton! Go to Central Wharf for t!s Iteat Oysters! Stewa. Fries, and on Half Shell. r reea from Savannali. J. C Toshaclt. dell-tf Suit or Pants you can be suited in goods, : a 4!. m. . i - ... . . m - . . price aunt m a oaotn, Auust a. m. a. jais-ti ELad! Shad! Toshach as now receiving daily a full supply of rresh Kttad. Telepnone KM No. 30. Send your orders. del(Vtf Fine Custom Tailoring Garments made to order as they should be at Ha bin, Abbott & Co.'. jal3-tf Silver Springs via Ocklawaha River sUamers and return via Florida South ern Railwa v. For this and other routes apply to Thos. Cook & Sons' Ticket Agency in Opera House Music Store, jaS-SuTulh-tf Nnta! Nut! Nau! J. M. Welb & Co.. near City Gates SL George stre?et, in ovlditioii to their large box trade iu Choice Oruiini and their constantly fresli sta-k of Veg etables, will have this w.i'k a splendid asMSrtuient of Western Nuts, Shellharks, Itutterauis, lH:u k Walnuts, Chcsliiuis, Hazelnuts, etc. Come and mv them ! j;tN-tf Goto Sahin. Alilsitt A Co.'s for Mil linery. jal2-lf Tho Florida Houso St. Augnstine's Favorits Hotel. -OI'tN I'UU THK UKASllJi- tnd-r the same inuiifetiieiit aa luat )' On M. titw Nn1 niai IM.ak liiu the llaaa Kuawt ieaaot lini l-ir an.l van in I he cH. CoiiilortaMe, wotni v roans. ih-IiIv fur l.llMtl. t nsiiet and laan tcniil. court lor KiK-sto. Meant hcalcra and eUitiie throughout. Newly wuitei and tlioi.iuHlil' lelMlkuUNi. tii k c :risi XrTrx kxckllkii C. F. IIUC'K, Proprietor. d-tf .STKEKrKU .V COMIMNY, Undertakers! IMILKTAKLKV Sl'PPLIKS. A conil.lete Ht.s k of Woo. I slid M. IiiIIUi Csm'S and i 'ufkets; alao lluruil Hola, etc., con ttauitly cat lutiid . Em balm ing a Specialty, (TWEXTV VEAltS EXl'F.HI F.N'CE.1 OrHOLSTEEIIO 1ID EETAIKISO CEriETILST. old Fiiniitnre carefully and skillfully lie. Inured and niii.le new I" JJ ly MARKET RLPORTS. FINANCIAL. Nrw Yomk. Junimrv HI. -Kaenjoiirn dulll Imt st-n.ly. tslifta. i,ii..y easy at .la totu. .Ite ms' onensi al .i. r..li-1 rc.iH.ir, K'H'i. VMt.iaai; hull-1 nw.m y, riirnm ), e lo, I ;...ai. O.ivcriimcnta .lull Imt slea.ly 4 ar t-4'iita, 1 J'1 : lour a ii. I s imir i r unit, coup . tin. htute ItoiKls .lull lull steady. AIM. Class A S-Vs..l"i N. l. I aeitl.i lain "77 Ala. Class II. S's. . Il'l New V ork entr'l IT.T.. lit.irKia 7'a,niort..i'ti Nor'k at W.t ru 44(4 N. t.., eons "I o a. ..ir.i North, in m. ilic N. C.. caHw'd I'a.. s".V4 Nortli'ii I 'i.e. prcf, i H. C. Ilrown coll. ll4 "sciii Mail Teiin. aetlle'tU's. . t.'.it ftemiinir ii' a Itich. Alleir'y ... 0 Id. I., ai ll.ilit llle. to. h. W cit l"t SI'i; rt.s k l.lau.l Il l a U I'aul ;'4 U Paul pn-fd.. II j V.-aaa Piiciii.: 5 r.-iiiit'oal A- Iron. Ciiioii I'a.-ilie . . . . New Jerxv fell.. ', t MiMBouii Pacific. K-'-i A t-stelll I 'llloll... s Cit Ion Uil t 'crtill. Virauua 6"s Virarima co.r.l. t'lH-aaia-ak atihio. ' i N.mnw.ii:rn... NorUiwtnl'u pn-f.i4J4 iH-iaware a i,ock i Krie S'i Host Ti-niM-ssee... lo ii laike r-l.ole Ht'w loiiwvilie tl Nash. -" Memphis A t 'liar. (al M.iiiile a Ihio Vi Naah. Chat Asked, tllid. NW Yottk. January W. There was very littlsof thesbavk market to-duy, aoinx buy inf of M, I'aul, Iti-u'liiifc and Wtvlcru I'nion in tlie forenoon, and I'tiioii I'acillu and f.-w of the investment stocks a.1 1 hii. Iuk Hiriirea in tha afternoiai wasatsajt all of inK-reat that .iccurnil durins tlie entire day. Ttudjiis was throuithout of uninl priifesKioiutl cliuracler, with very little of that, and tiuctuatioiia weiv of the uurrowest; at the same time tlieru a .is a lirm un.lertoiie to ulstlou, which showed hi clianift) tliroiiifli the dny. Cotton Oil cer tifies tea were very active and .trolls-, nmkinif a material tram It. the first hour. Alter that lime, however, wkit madu little or no imaiiua In cither direction. The in-neral list then tai-aim eateem.-ly dull, trttumict i.ais un.l.-rir.iiiis' a stu.ly .lH-ri'aai until the close. hue iu.riuli.ais allowed no clians".. H iiateter. The close was very dull l.ut ste-ely lit iii.itriiilt cant ehaniriw only f nan Saturday s Hum I pi id. '1'olal hhI.w were ll.ltll shai-ea. The huai chulis'i'S an- alsmt e..unll) illvl.linl 1s t wta'ii siusll iiaiiM and e.iuuly small lo-s, tliu ma nun il in .lilleretiee anions' tlie IciiilitiaT sOs ks lo ins only onc-haif ol one r cent. CaM.fl. Nrw Yolik. January Id. r.nni AV Co's re i tort on a.,ltoii lutiin-s saa: 'I'm. iv Iuis l.n an irrciriilar tuaiket, l.ut on Iu.- whole there waseoiiM.ii-ralil' .Mtreiiiri h, i. lei tlie 4it rauirtl lutilM-r throni: liout. 'the t.ueiiiu Mai t:.Ml was li. tairtieulailv sliiuulatiUK, l.ut !- vi-loasi a la-tti-r showins than tin cI.m' of iimt wi-ek.and this. III conjunction Willi eoiitiuuu tHrii of a slirinkiiis tan..'n.'y in tin move ment. fornid the i.rliieiiail lur.i.ol sti.'iiiftli. 1 Ih- ln.a"tos-n en.M .i.e of a atirect demau.l camu Iroiu shorts, the hitter at times covenus- witii uiiich fna-doin. Hi. luilluu- sii increase ol or.l. rs Imiiii (ait of town sources, tlio alarm aiuous shorts havinu isiaue s.mewhitt m.iru a-eiieral. Alu r Kaliiuin- it to li lilnu it was ilie.1 a trille, Imt the Kalil no. ie.l and i l.acd at the hiKlH-st of the day and III in," N fctw VtiHK, jsnusry lo. tittxm Net if-ca-lrijt, Hsti; ft r aa, S.ft77 Imios. tululla ci.-d very 11 rm ; aiUt-., ril.raal. January, 10 I.l .l ; Fels-uiiry. IU Vk&IO As; March, In n,j,ln jU; A pi il. U ;L(,(I Ti ; May, III Kahili st ; .'uue. In Hljijuloi ; July, In III V7 ; Aus-usL, III 1 1 ; rt-pti-litls-r. 10 !,(, 10 an ; OctoU-r. 10 UxlO IU; .oveiula-r, lira. io U.V. Nsw Tout. January Irt. IVitton lirm sal, I'al; iuin.l. o"-i; tirleaus, I'lH : IM't n-ipta at all tria, ij,.Vls IsiUv: e polls to Oreat ilritaiu, Sllsn ; to Irs ilea-, i .7 Ji to tliu CoutiiM-nt. U.MO, st.a k, V'.i.'AX. I.ivkueisiu Jaiiury K A i. m. Cot.im fu tuna t January, h m-IU t I Jiiiiusry. Keiiruary, ft JIMd, seller ; Feliruary.Marcli, ft MMM. value: March-A lull, ft o-4, laiyer; April-May. 6 4S-t4, seller; May-June, 6 44-d. selh-r; Juno-July, ft 4i td seller; Juiy.Auirust, ft 4s Hl seller; Ausu.l-fx rtiiiu r, i 4 til. buyer, lulurta clused .juicl. Oalvkstom, January IS -Caittun steady; mid dlinK, V. IMt n.Ti.ts. I.3KI; s '. l.Ssi; suii, I.WOI ; sun k, ,'ai.i.l.i ; ni.H iho ; raiaata to Oreat Itritaun, W ; to tliu tuli Uuout, 4,jttJ ; to KraiHje, . Nouroi.K. Januury l -Cotton sti-uily; mid. alliltsr. Ill: net ntxipOl, .l.i IhO.; r.na, reca-ipU) 3.137; st.s k. Ol.l.CI; sales. 3,4; lliji ls to (itvat llntalil, ; tsatstwisc, IC4. IIAI.TIMOKK. Januury lrt -Oi. I Ion eay mi.i- dluiaT. I: i-t receipla, l.'-'M: ttnas, .-t'l; sal.. : si.a-u, jo.ai; aiMrLs io urcai iiiiimiii, .ii; caatstwiac ; to Mitt CHiUia-lit, ; suliw to spiuiicrs. . IfaMrron. January Hi -Oil ton quiet; nild.lllntr, lls; net receipts ifnssi r. i.ta ksi ;, miles Itoiian stuck. ; titoon to (ircat lli ilaiii. Z.O. J; Wii.mimiitow, January I Cotfm Brtn mi.l.ilinsS 1-1S; net rt irt st; s r m. na-ipta. Js; saUos, mate ; !. k. i4,so ; o.its -.- ; eaisirta lo fa real Ili lLaiu l w vim CiiiliiM iit, ; tu r'rauuu. . I'Hii.Al.ri I'HIA. January In CtUin firm - mi.ldlins lo 6-14: is-t n-ipis lei: truss. rcu-ipts. 17. ; st.s k. S,17 : exports to Oreat iii.Ua'u. ; coastwise : to the t oiilili.til. . SATAkBAH. January IS - v.t ton steady; mid- dims. s: net rcax-iiita. Itis ; troaa, ly,sS t sahw, 2.I.M; nts k, liavli: ; exports nwiU wise, Z.fH; totlm toliuiu.ni, ; io Local Urltaiu. ; to France. . S. S. S. vs. I hova had hmod lanisrsa for tra ysara. Irsfkt. af potash ia that tnue, hot II did aa awl Mmbs war twranst with srawa, and I tnv tatiam la myahooidsra. I took H. a. 14 .and JftBawti Vkaaa. Omd by a, 0. 8. cisaj. 1 aar. isaaa. sty it, owiy anu ueca ara urrrerur rioar arsl -tins, and my ai a llaaa Lj ewtircly raa. I wefiriasd 1 Itt paataata whara 1 bag-aa Uts madi-na., aaal I saw 1 ptt anaada. My (rat botlto hUal ma imstuy, and gam ma aa aiaaBUis lika s au-uoar k wwaaa ana sa wins an a. m. m. liar sms V, At. tiWIli IlTiCIlLUIIBIJILD'Jt. STAFFORD gav-fllf Uaaa, tSaaatry Prsaarly n.aw-a. aa4 atarsa Marat aaal Mlal w laMaatlssMiB. Utmrw twattasJ, taVaUaaal laUtwsta telhrtaal. Prwawrty af sa-Btasdal.aU laft.a I ara af, 4l Tsaaa Paul muntT iu UJArt iiaiv,ioaa GREAT CEr.M CESTTOYER! Prophylactic Fluid (OtONItCO CMLORINC.) Disicrtcbot, Drcdoriztra Actise-pUi FOt SATETT, OLUIOJHtSI WO COST OUT USE IT IN EVERT CICX-ROOM. Will kerjt ths atmottpKerm purs ami t Aoiraom rrmovinyall tntt ol6r from any tfourre, H ill tie troy all ltUeama frrmw, infraction, front all t'rve-r, ami alt Cuntagiou Disease, A SMond eaa. ci Scablst Fa via haa twvar btaw ks.-wa to eccar wluar. th. lluiJ was fraatly uwoi. asamBBBBBaaBBmBBBaMawa Vnuw Favaa has I CONTAGION I '::7. sarijtca It. um ia DESTROYED.! IrZ aBmBBBBWBBBBBmBmBBBBW arurat Caaaa of I ll ra . tnksia hav vtaujMin an a. AttaasdaMt. fast thai ht.h will saMuarw I'rwtaMMUma rnaa tat. lea-l Imt ttlaraaaa br tasltaa; ttaa ft laud. 1'critx.ily karailcaia, ua.d iaaatanlly or .aaaraally. AS AN INTtRNAL DISINFECTANT AND DCTCNOKNT. Taken air InJaetaNl mr aatMl aa a waah It allay. InHatuuuktann and aaarraMwa oflsn. slv atlscihara-aiau Thai Maald 1. a f4rtlia rara tear IMan-tuaas, Iryaataiary autal laa. ttaauntallton aif Ukai AtrtW.la. Helaaa; A Ihsw llnat In IU nattarw la will wrtaNt aeurd raitniileta rtdl.f front llsart burn. Aold Hy of th. HUiinacit and liyspapaus. ENItORSFD-Hy T Marina Si au, M H.la. I'lW.M 1 PrufH T. Latpuai. rhdi.ai Gm, y funxx, llidu W. M. Whtaias, Eav. tha F. U., kH.har.1 tukar, lias. AW.Ii. bt-t.hciia, ll a. A. J. Walker, awl sassy aalmra. af. H. ZCIUN 4V CO., PhllaaleliihU. Nrw Oiii r.Aws, January 1 -Cotton atistdy nil.lilliiiir, w 14-lii: net receipts, s.M4: gnats re. ccipts, l.Mt: suhw. S.i'ai; st.a'k 4ll.;r;x; eiria to liix-st 111 tttntu U.U44: to the CollliUeut, 4,lal; to France. ;,lli4; iHststaiae. , Moiiii.r, Jsnunrv l-Cston firm I mid dliinr. si: net receipts, l.Ssil Istliw i sr. aw rs- tvipia, I AM I: sales, 1..VII; sl.s k, 47,11111; r ports Mu.t s lis-, ifiv ; tu ureal iiriiaiu, to in. Couliiient, . Mkmi'mis. January iH. drntltm firm t mid. dims, M 111"; net rx-.Tipla, I.Vak; irroaa rrs-elpla :.'. 1 7: shipments, 4, lit); al-k l.V;,ii.l i sales to spium-cH, -. Arol'T. .Iiinusry Irt. Col tori firm t rold .llniu, t net receipts, 3l; sr. sal receipts ; sul.-s.iiul. Iii ami rsTON.Jiiuuiiry M -Cotton slim.lv: mld illius, l"".i 10 t net nsNHpla I, tats ; anaw rt cctpis, 1. u-.: snh, stis k. 4U.74A i etisnui to 1. 1. ul lliiliim, S.tlti f, lo I he Continent, i to Fiiiiicc, - i caatslwlst', . Am wt A, Jiiiiusry M-Cot Um firm I mid .Uu. ii, w II l'l; MH. Ipis, tai, Drsaral atarfc.ta Cmk'aiio, Jiiiimiiy In. Alltif Ihn pita wcrtt iliil.-t lo-iluv. May wh.-st started hisher st i: tha- iis'reiuu. ill tno t imiiiio stil.ply wss only 1.14,'Ml I.UNtii-lH, ,ut It did not Wtsakell tha niai kel any, as ll wss eaiaa'iiHi ii w.Hll.l. I lici whole luiirket, to sum 11 up lnl. lt y, wss con liolteil l.y Siil iii.Im s li'Miinuiil.ilis', tlm lilifhi-st isiliit May sli. ul ton. Iul was M'j, nt w lilt U inline I' cl.aM .i. t orn ,.ss ulssiliitely featureless; while pro. i.ions were rather inai'tlte them wss an tin leiloiie of streinrlh to tlaa inui'kel. Aa tint session ad smal it wss Sevloa. thst ttiertt were soiiiii very tc.sul liiiyius ot.lers itir sirk st l In. and May did not touch Oils lisum cpt iiioniciilai'ily Imt. oiiiw durtiitf the morii luif. '1 l.cre weii several IiuIriw to .Ifi.lit. w lilch wss the ociiiiiar plloe, and May tiulseu up to llfi.-i at the . I.'. May lnrd sold Ml f, .il Ml. and closed at (7.ii. May short rilas sold at i1.Hi,"Jt', aud cl.sM-d ut I he Istter. l ain quotations were aa follows! Flour iiict Imt steady.. Nil. I Sprins w htait. 4'(1,ThU t No, a Sui ins Whrml, No. t, -I. H'.w No. X torn, 4Kv,tl. No. Oslo, ral. H'J.r- .ll. t ll'.i. We-t 1 ork. S14 i(i(i.l4. all, Iairnates.lt'. Short rill si.i, !sc, f ".tkaiWUk. lry saltasl .li.sil.lers, t.ct, '..ii.iS. Miort tuuar tudam, lK.ae.1, fs.l,V,s.ii. Whisky, ft. 10. lam.llits tuturtsi cI.sm-.I ss lollowaf Wheat Juuiisry, 7;4( i Fela-uary, 1 Miirch, - ; May, HH$. Corn January, 4Uft Felirusry, ; March, j May,M4. Osis .Iiiiiiuii y. s.V.(, ; IcIiniKiy, t May, 1414. M.-m 1'ork-yi-ur, 1 January, I4 'i( liil- leliruury, : May, Ijtrd Jaa- uiiry, rfX-,; Feliriiaiy, 1 May, ITkajt. hhoit uilat January, ( Febmsi) . I March, -i Muv. ; Nkw Vohk, January 1. Houlhern Flour stivly eoiiiiinai to tsir extra, -i.,((4 ajtssl to clioi.'e rt.lo.ii. H li.sil very .lull ill all ilirectioiia; No. f-l, January, SI(i(,wl'- Feu liiai v, HIM'l"! I May. IN isuiAMV Ooru -sa .(. ii.lj Imt qinel; opilous suis.ly; No. X, Jan. tiitry, ill's s l et.iiiuiy, IH; May, 4'.(J 1 litis irf.l '.40 U tter; No., Jaiiusrv, UsViuinVai rVl.i u.ii ), ;4s-4(,t;; May, 40 ft-ltai(,4U 7-IH; No. K. kil, .V v".: iiiIxmI Wcsiturn, S7uv4U. llost quiet -Mule, 4i 17; t sllfornis, tk,i,l.i. taifltst sit fsir ido iiouiiusl st !'.; options opened iiiiinii.'i', rlisint wmk ami lower ; No. 7 llio, January, f It Maild.lu j l-cl.rusiy, l4.40ul.l4.fKi: Mui-. li, ; May, f l4.UV,(,l4.i. Missr .lull and liomimil fair ii'IIiiiiik, fe-aiuii I 11. ictliHud quiet I. ut III 111. MolasaaHtt4t.l. Itl.S) ItllU. toll on h-d Oil qmel st for cru.lt. ( 4lia.Mlu lor n Mncil. It.ui dull alt) I ll7Viil.lH- i ur i. ni me .lull nn. I iiotiiinni st 4tta lii.le. qui.-t lint slca.ly. Wis. I steady Out quiet .lotuiwlki llisas-, XiiAb; pulled, 14,i-tJ; Ti laa. SU&I. Pork lull -ii.l um lians.sl -Hitsst, lia.i'mtl.'i.M tor one year old. las f dull. Iteef lisius sUstdy. II. l.c.l lu.. quiet., t itv cilia lii.lia mess, l.'a.i In. tut in. uls Hi 111. 11.1 dull and havy ami t to 4 point, lower: Wiwtern steam. sit, t iM'; I. I.iiii.i,;jc.(,;.i May, 17 raitV.sn; i lly ulll, 0.1,1. 1 4ilililieuud IrulshU dull. Iimimin, January IS. Ths Mark linn Kr presssays: KlikU.il wiieat la slow, aainpiiai in IM't con. Iill. ui and ptH.wlsviHr liuyers; aslaw of KiikIi.Ii (lining Ilia week were W.4 quar. ti-rs at Ul 4.1. ssiiinat 4.'i,s.u qiiartrra at .Us isl durins tho rresMindlus; pctKxi lost yiair. t- lour is ncKl'H lasl. t- ori'isu Hour trade ia sick; tlio arrivals I roiu New t ork eoulluuii t' aur Iu supplies; the imisirts Into Oreat liriuun of Hour now weekly caix-c.1 tliosti of wliest. Tim result is Hint the Kinrllnh iiillluiaT industry IS d.siineil to curly (l.nli uctlou. turn is a Irau tiou dealer; i.l wheat cars.aw airiytsl, fiair wem sold, six went wlthdntwu aud llva re iuaiue.1. Al to-dsy's market tho teudeuuy of Isrilt t.nnll.ll and toransn wheal was llruier. I. ul Willi. ul any tiotal.lu lucnsun in volisw. F lour w as depressed; corn was lii ui; oats uu. ciiunui.l. Ni.w Ohi.eams. January 1U. 4 Viffiat deiusiid lint In ilncrs are til ill lliu csi S'sw isiliilliou to ..ui, I, '4.r,Mu. Hl.m-sil otlunutrs taken; ij.iiiiiii.aoi.uiii.i to prime, AHki.'iS. tuition r-nt .1 prtslut.t. dull and nominal ( pi uu. ttru.lu oil..U(,: summer cllow oil, iiif7, hussr null Out luin lMiislana 0111 kettle, prime to strictly prune, 4 Ij-Iii fully fair, 4twu; Sai.l lair, a44i(i,4 1.1-Irt; Ismiaiana oeiitntuaais, ciioitw w liiio. ti J-1M: off while, uA a-ie , cliousi )ellow clanlitsl, 4?1 1 priiita yel low clariliod, M4(.(.U lo; .U yellow clorilMl, irlj. Molasses si'sety- Uiuisiana oa:u ket tle cli.ee, .Ht ; sWiclly iiriwa, Xlkt.it; fair to s-.ssl tsir, Iil4l I sisal priuiu, SHiiitXl prims, -i.(,'.'i; 1ouisiaua iililrilussla, s.smI prim.., iia.iX; prime, iu,17 j lair to soud lair, iiaiilO. Iyrup, fx. Ixit'is, January IS, Flour firm but quiet, vt heat No. 2 rl, cosh, 3tyiia,u; January, J Fchruary, nA May. fiivvS. Lorn lirm -ixt.il, 4"'W.itflVtj ; January, I Fuii- ruary, 4. May, 4H!V(iUVa. Osta quiet and aatay tmli. Ikia, i Jaiiuuiy. 1 May, att I11.I. vtiu.ky stajs.ly at khuo. I'mvlsusat Uriu. I'otk. new, tl.Vr,l...-i. bard. .Jl. iry salt ni. iiis, boAtsi, shoulders, kA s7Vtuyi '""S clsar, t..'sl clcatr ribs. ftV.TUKI, I sliott tiKsir, 7j. . liatsMi l.a.l aii.MiJ.a-nt, al.auV ! tiais clear, n..u ctastr rils Qnjt'i Vk'.iO; slioil cjusr ha.10. Hums sUsely st W aiti Wii.HiM.iT.iB, January I -Tiiratnlliir dull at 'M. Uosiu lirm; stnuuisl, rOVa: ssl atraintHl, hi.iv isriinu at l. 1 ru.l.t Turpeuiiim tout I luud. ftl-m; vuiiow dip. ft. Is virion. t.M. CiiAHi.tuTos, January IS-Turpentlua uomi Uul. lUaaiu qumt soud straiuutl, aft. savabnah, January IS. -TtirpvuUns ltdy at Jms. ICosiu steady at sVipiJVs. t,M.... .Iitnuuiy In TurrsnjQjy2igj!jL CAUTIOXJ Cmmtmtr ihnuld net outturn mm MpmtM With th aasaaroae tVsifaClaaa, tsatWtfsfaa, potash and saaicaari asljrtaraa asAatA aw troS. Irs up la il, nnt on tAaaraaasa mmrtl, but as tU mtrU of tftr iwataxfy. An imilatkm U aswya m rauti and ektmt, aa4 tAay tArltaf tml,uthftmlMafrtmttMmrUtUimklMtm TnatlM$on UcjuU rm if Maa ZHaaa aa utltt fm. Par taUbt aildrntU. run nwtrr Mrmcirto co DnmtrB, Aflaata, ta, POTASH. .... . ,-. l I I know I in taksa awa kondtwd hottbw at no kisI. Last suuunsr my fan, aaack. hady acamdy ua. my arms oa aeooam of raaat. h aiaadtsM ma mora goud tlsm ail athsr aasli. wasgh strung stall. uim its wrigTit m ftikl. MllViiklX. W. ad at. FatTy, yw Tors. Real Estate Agency. resii ram. num. Morttiatia rMUfiiT.