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THE DAILY NOTS-PA TiATKA; LLUxJA; BA'x JiAV lGG, JAKUABX 21, 18S3.
The Saint artment. ine Dep August v ( P- m... V The Daily News lAipsliBeDepartDGDl. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.. JAN. 20. 188. ffBu UPKCIAl. SKKVICK w tfc St. SwjuMin ami PaUtika fttUtmr THK DAILY XUWS i tune delimrcd Iw 4. Aeuf0.e ut aix O'clock kvkry moh.mau ftft Mmd-ip. eitu ruraWiiritf to rri.len and vurttor tf 4i. A if vat nx. nt thm rwt'tnnru Viwr, uit 4 prnrtirnUif a T. AC;CHTINfc lAIt.Y NKWSPAPKK. rtniMininffttie AnfHi riATEU fBKHi Dlsi'ATlHKJt, iwtuMntf "IJi-J, JtfKITKr KJP"HT. hv trUrrmh eiwl mrU, ana all the ST. A I ti CKTI N E L4HJ A I. MtiWA, axil n. all is-firr nuittrr vtmiUu fmna i HKT-CLA 1.A1LY JOlRMAt. THE DAILY A'EH S trtfl t lielivereiitntUu Nutmrrirrn In SU Autfusiiu. hy earritr or mail, atthtfiMotcinn rat at: m ln year " Six mtmltrn. . JJ ThBr wwUi Oal mvw 25 " , ARTHUR V. JJOI-!l4.V. Suprinfwtent riVmktfiVm. OnKf Char ott. and irt.io Street. ST.ADGDSTKE AB7EET1SD15 DEPABTIEflT. THE D VMTIME tgp, rlWw jxtrtmcMt mm maw h DAILY NKfTS trill ttmtrt ST. Al' E AUVEKT1SEMKMH, in rtiirpJujfd tttiW i it Nt. .A uyu( Owl A'tmrt uintf i uui sr lja.irfir. in itfiuioerl uiiiHI nttumnm. maw n denttLat wmnl rrwv. motto '"''?."' niniilm7ionat tli Branch (in, irti"M.' . NOTICK.t- in tU St. Auyutiin .xdrertislntf -atlhraUfitXlH EXTA WRl! port men 1 t aratmmni 4 weeuVri to aimer, the MrrrctumU . and DiuHnm Mr.not St.Aiwi that the vm THfi DAILY A. IKS wUlfurnh-h a Milium r Teucrltiitf tht UieaX iwlAle tuck at hnu hav never hefim tnnwl. OmbImk A Closinir of the City Tim. WORTH WARD. jackaonrill and points beyond. A rrtrea 11:1 m. p. m. :20 p. nt. Clone 7rtM a. m. 11:1.Vb. m. 3)p. m. Ttuotivh nuuis to aul from the Nurto. WBMTWAltO 1.11) BOLTHW ABU. Palatu and pointa beyonil. Arrive........... p. m. Clow . 7:0 a- m- 7:15 p. m. 3:3i p. m. ArrlTfw. 1:45 p. m.; Close. W a. m. A X OOOl! Arrivn. 80 a. m.: Clo, 8:30 p. m. C AuUHtliie and Tomoktt istattrH): Arrive, 'xueuay,inuriuy uuu sniunoaji. Ml n m Ctuso. Mondaya. Wednesday and Fridays. :00 a.m. HKHBT OAtl-LABn. P. M. ' LOCAL irilTUCR OHStHVATlONS. HonrrTAL tKTira, 1 .Juuimry fl.7t.it. ) U. . AHMT. tT. r HA St. AcuinrriNB, ua. WUiO. CI s 1 S ! U ai N W noudy 41 Cloudy Clear .70 :t: ...I w! . 1 lu I'M .6 '67! Hltrhmt temperature, lowest, 31; for the wt twentv-four hours. Th amount of ralnfull la riven In Inches and bundrvulhs. f . (iairriTH, HjiuttU ttteward. The Xeirw-IIemlJ'i "St. AngUHtine edition," about which wt - have bet' n harintc such lavish exectationM, turn oat to constat of a line of small tyje con taining the words "St. Auguatine edi tion,'' just under the principal head line, and the usual two-third of a column of stale and trivial St. AugUMtine news on the second page. It doe seem a if the JV.-I1. ought to blaze out a new path and not ape the Times- Union' tranaiur ent quack method so cioewly. ; .J The draft for an ordinance providing for a system of sewerage for St. Augus tine submitted by Mr. Jan. J. Powers, of Brooklyn. N. Y., will appear in to-morrow's (Sunday's) paper. It in put-lathed in order that the people may know, fully, just what the Council have liefore them, and in order that they may judge the action of Council on the subject in telligently, and with a full knowledge of the fac s. Comment upon the terms of Mr. Powers proposition will lie made editorially hereafter. A Case of Eobbery. James Conway had for several months beeu wotking on the Casa Monica and during that time roomed vt ith a friend of his whose name at this writing could not be obtained. The work had so far progressed that the workmen were laid off from time to time ami he (Conway) was let go one day before his friend. On that day he stayed around home and spent considerable time in his room. That evening his friend went to lu trunk to get clothes to dress and attend some entertainment when he noticed that some one had len tampering with ' the lock and on examination found that bia money, vt hich he kept there, amount ing to twenty dollars bad been stolen. He at once suspected Conway, as ho learned that he had pent a considerable time in the room that day, and without any fuss he went to Conway and told him he must give up hi money as he felt satisfied he had taken it. He prom ised him if he would give it up ami leave town he would not have him prose cuted. Conway then took oft his hat and produced the money from under the lining where he had it carefully put away. Conway then got his chest and Lag- gage and went to the deiot to leave the city as agreed, and when it was learned what be was going for the carpenters with whora he hail been working re membered several articles that had mys teriously disappeared, and sevenJ of them went to the depot to see him off and if possible get a look at the inside of his chest. He was persuaded to open it, and, sure enough, one man found a " block plane and others found other miss in: articles. Conway was then allowed to go. He went to Jacksonville, and it will be well for carpenters there to look out for him. A The Victor. l This elegant little steam yacht, lielong- . . ing to Mr. James Kenwick, of New ft York, who ia well known as a distin- V guished architect of that city, and as the designer of the great Catholic Cathedral there, baa been put into commisbion. after being thoroughly renovated and repainted, under the supervision of Mr. John Florence, engineer and first officer . in charge. Mr. Kenwick, who is a prom inent member of the New York and St. Augustine Yacht Clubs, is expected in the city to-day, and the Victor will prob ably be off for a cruise before very long Jamea Wainwrigtt. The Jamea Wainw right dramatic combinatktai gives us "Virginiti to night at Genovar's Opera House. Do not miss such an opportunity of seeing ' the "legitimate drama" by two of its bvst delineators. The company ia one of the best ou the road, and its night here was not on the regular books, but the bouse belongs to them, having been " 1m. m-..l leased for the evening. LOCAL IITELLiaiSCIL Gen. Ayera ia still in a very poor state of health. There was some good shooting at the gallery on Bay street, yesterday. Col. Litchfield, who baa been absent on sick leave, returned yesterday, and at once assumed command of post. If you want any old papers, for floor covering to lay a carpet on. yon can be supplied at Thk Dailv New office. Opera House block. Only one case was called in the May or's Court yesterday. Sam Williams, who plead guilty to the charge of fight ing, was fined $J and costs. Sabin, Abbott & Co., in their new stand, are doing a good botunesfl, and when yon want a firBt-clasa article at a minimum price, give them a call. A fair, clear day yesterday brought the lady visitors on to the streets in full force and in charming costumes. Prob ably most of them went fishing. Presbyterians will note the change of hour in the evening service from 7:30 to to 7 o'clock, standard time, to be held in the church instead of the chapel. The funny little joke of the JV.-XT. with their St. Augustine edition ia very amusing. They had a little ov;r half a column of matter in their issue of the 20th. The team of the St. Augustine laun dry, in North City, ran away on Char lotte street about 6:80 on Thursday even ing and broke up the wagon considerably. Nobody hurt. Mrs. Capt. Marcotte has returned to her old quarters at the Ocean View. There is no ocean view at the St. George and she doubtless wanted to be where she could see the sea every hour of the day. Mayor Greeno was seen yesterday morning staggering under the weight of a monster cauliflower, raised at Moul trie, and secured by him for the delecta tion of his guests. It was delightful, and added to the daily accumulation of evi dence that we can raie anything we want in Florida if we will only go to work in the right way to get it. Conflicting Jurisdictions. Quite a little excitement was caused last evening on Marine street, near the Barracks, by a fight between Lieutenant Wilcox, of the Second Artillery, and I Prof. Grady, the dancing master. In an attempt at the arrest of both parties by Odicer Ed. BiddU-comb, a sentry named Snyder is said to have left his belt on St. Francis street and, loading his musket with ball as he went, hastened to the rescue of the Lieutenant. A large number of other soldiers, un armed, clustered about the central figure clamoring for resistance to the police officer, who relinquished his hold I and sought for reinforcements, the lieutenant retreating to his quarters in good order. Grady likewise retired with a mark on bis face from a blow with a tennis racquet in the hands of I Wilcox. Both parties and the sentry wilt appear before the mayor this morn- ; ing on various charges. L 0. Q. T- Entertainment. The Order of Good Templars had their entertainment in the hall, on Bridge street, Thursday evening, as announced. and a large and appreciative audience was in attendance. Ttte following was the programme, and the several songs ana recitations were atlmirably ren dered 1 I'iuno Solo, or'tcimil e-Bipoition y M1m I'ora Ilowatt S. Keitdlnir, "Jiihnny Klch"..Mr. John Leftler 3. Yankee Costume "Sneezintr Sonn" Mr. K II. Plait Kecitatiou, "The Vatfalxmd" Mr. Jack Elliott Sona. luet nstarliirhf Mrs. Iluiinieutt and Mr. W. K. rrii k Ttecltat Ion, 'Friar Phillip".. Mr. E. C. Kelly Speeeh. Imitation of an EnKiish Lord In the Houoeof Cncimons. Mr.E.K.I!HUett 8 Song-, "Xo Sir" Misa .Vila Mi Lean 9. Heading, "t'n TeroiieraiK-e" Mis Martha Elliott 10. Piano Solo. "Selections" MIm Cora Ilowatt 11. Recitation, Ou Ttmi-rmacf-' Mitw Maude Elliott 12. Ilanjo Duet, "Spanish Fiuidantro" ...Messrs. frank Ilowatt and II. II. Piatt 13. Solo, -Chimin- 11.11a," by Mr. Hill-ton, with Quartette Chorus, Mis Moore, Mr. E. D. Sabin, Mr. Easlow and MIh Kunuan 14. Recitation, "Home Hrewed lleer" .Mr. Jack Elliott 15. Recitation. "What' a lledire Ho," June Conquest Mis CUtra Mini re y W. ilunjowlth Song-, "No Rest for i ou, t-- nia-ht. Tom" Mr. R. H. PUitt The aevera.1 pnrta were good through out, and many of them elicited round after round of applause. 1 lie sneezing wing of Mr, Pick Piatt was greeted with uproarious applause ami he was com pelled to come out aw&in and give another of hi comic song. The "Vagabond waa well received. The speech by Mr. Baus- sett waa a first rate take-off on a House of Commons lord, and the inevitable aw. aw" and "ifon'-cher-know waa quite Fjoglinh. Miss Ada Mcljcan. in the spicy little song "No, Sir, won the ap preciation of all. The selections on the piano , by aliss Cora Ilowatt were very tine. The rendition of "Chituing Bells" by Mrs. Burton, accompany ng the quar tette, was rendered with pleasing effect. Home Brewed Beer, by Mr. Jack El liott, and the readings on temperance by Misses Martha and Maude Elliott, were all well done and were appreciated by the audience. What's a Hedge Hog, bj Mi?i Clara Mourey, waa finely done, and when finished she waa greeted by a storm of applause which continued until she re turned and recited "June Conquest, hich she did with such power and effect that many eye were moist and the audience maintained a breathless silence until she finished, when she was again greeted with loud applause. The whole performance waa most en- lovable. and all who took part did so well that it ia hard to say who did best. Although tlte hall was well filled there were many who stayed at home on ac count of the cold weather. The Good Templars are to give another entertain ment soon, when there will no doubt be an immense house, as they are very pop ular. Vmti Blewdag Florida Eajov. Boston Herald. Pennsylvania ia suffering from the crreat strike, but she hasn t got a session of the Legislature on her hamU thiswin- er to add to her woe. tiianas to Dieunuu essiona. WHOLESALE GROCERIES. O. B. SMITH. CHAS. E. W. LYON & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS AND DEALKKS IX HARDWARE. CROCKERY, IJUILDING MATERIAL, ETC. Iiyon BTailding, St. Augustine, Fla. " del8-3mn COSHOS 03 CASSAVA. What it is, What it Will do and Where it Will Grow. Do you know what cassava is? Prob ably not one in ten of your readers knows anr thing about this most wonderful veg etable. I have seen a sample in the land of fice of the St. Augustine and Palatka Railway which it will pay any one to examine. The root in question baa six branches, ia over fi re feet in extreme length, each branch being from two to three inches in diameter. The composi tion is largely starch, one of the most important of nutritive element. Caesava is excellent food for man or beast and is palatable raw or cooked. Baked or boiled it closely resembles the potato. Starch of the finest quality either for culinary or laundry purpose, is readily prepared from it, while as a substitute for celluloid it ia superior to the substance which it supersedes, inas much as it possesses all the advantages of celluloid in whiteness, hardness, etc., without the highly com bust able nature which makes celluloid under certain circumstances highly dangerous to the wearer. An an agricultural production of com mercial value cassava outranks oranges, sugar-cane, or any other article now cul tivated in Southern fields, and it will grow to an immense size on our thlnest pine land, only requiring planting and as much attention aa we are obliged to bestow upon sweet potatoes. The pine lands of St. Johns and Put nam counties are naturalty adapted to the growth of casava. and aa demand naturally creates supply, a few years will see our old fields one immense field of wealth, in this productive vegetable. Cdsmx. Charch Directory. Presbyterian St. George street, near United States Barracks. Services: morn ing, 10:30 a. m. ; evening, 7:30 p. m., in the church instead of the chapeL Sunday school. 3 p. m. ; prayer meeting. Wednesday evening at chajiel opposite Ponce do Leon Hotel, 7:30 p. m.. Staurfarti time. The Rev. Edwin K. Mitchell, pastor. Parsonage, cor ner St. George and St. Uypolita street. Methodist Episcopal Grace Church, St. Hypolita street, near Cordova. Services: morning, 10:30 p. m.; evening. p. m. ; Sunday school, 3 p. m.; prayer meeting, ednesday, 7:30 p. m. Slandanl time. The Rev. C. C Mc Lean, pastor. Roman Catholic Temjiorarily at the chapel of St. Joseph's Convent, St. George street. Sunday services: first mass, 8iJa. m.; second mass, 8:30 a. m.; high mass, with sermon, 10 a. ni.; cate chism, 3 p. m.; vespers, -1 p. m. Daily mass, 6 and 6;30 a. m. Standard time. Father D. Bottolaccio officiating, with Fattier Pace alternate Sundays. Baptist Opera House Hall. Services: morning, 11 a. m.; evening, 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school, 9 a. m. Citi time. Prayer meeting, Thursday eve, 7 p. m.. followed by study of International Sun day School Leston. Communion first Sunday in each month. The Rev. H. M King, pastor. Episcopal Trinity Church, south side of Plaza. Services: Morning, 10:30 a. m.; evening. 7:30 p. m, Sundar school. 3: p. m. Stnnthtrxi time. The Rev. Edward L. Drown, rector. COLORED CIICRCHEH. Methodist Trinity Church, St. George street. Services: Morning; Sundav sch'xtl. V:30 a. m.; afternoon, preaching, 3:30 p.m.; evening, preaching, 7:30 p. in.; praver meeting. Tuesdays. 7:30 p. m.; class meeting, Thursdays, 7:30 p. m. Citg time. Rev. J. U. Howard, pastor. Baptist Missionary Church, Church street. Lincolnville. Services: Morn ing, 11 a. m.; evening, 8 p. m.; Sunday school, 9 a. in.; prayer meeting. Tuesdays, 8 p. in.; preaching, Thursdays 8 p. in. Local time. The first and last Fridays of each month the Church Society of Love and C harity meets in the church. Rev. V. c . ... a.. . I iur. Methodist St. Paul's Chat-el, Wash- ington street. UncoIn,vUie, g,.,. vices: Morning, 11 a. m.; even- ing. 3 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday school. 9 a. to. Tuesilays, class-meeting, 7:30 p. ni. Y eilnesdays, teachers meeting, 7 0 p. tix. ; Thursdays, preaching, 7:30 p. in. Standard time. Official meeting every second Sundav in each month. Sisters' Benevolent Society meets at the parson age on the ifth of each month. Rev. T. Hickenbottom, pastor. Baptist Sew Hope Primitive Church,- Church street, Lincoln ville. Services: morning, 11 a. m.; evening, 7.-00 p. m.; Sunday school. 9 a. m. Tuesdays, prayer meet ing 7:30 p. ta.i Thursdays, preaching, 7:30 p.m. Standard time. Rev. B. D. O'Neal, pastor. Baptist St, Mary Church. Washing ton street, Lincolnville. Services: Moru ing, 11 a. m.; evening 8 p. m.; Sunday school, 9 a. m. Rev. C. Col man, pastor. HARDWARE. CROCKERY. ETC. OAKD. a J. VEDDER. ULTILJLi: AMUSEMENTS. GENO VAR'S OPERA HOUSE ST. AUGCSTINK. By tpeciul renuest SATTKDA V, January 2Ltt, r.1r. Louis Jamos -AXI- Marie Wainvright 0 In Shell lau Kuowle' Romantic Flay, Virmnius," Supported by an excellent eoaiMtuy of artlsu wleeteil by MR. JAMES from the rank of the bext legitimato coniintnii-a. New and Magnificent Scenery, Historically Correct Costumes. i Xotwithidandifitf the enormous expense of this Company there will be no advance in price. Jal-Kit SPECIAL NOTICES. For Said. Drug Store, on principal street. Two show windows, laboratory, sleeping and store rooms, tiood business; I .sou. Half interest in best located Hotel; re munerative business fil.soo. Manufac turing business. Houses and Lots. Free Carriage. Hotel to rent. Chapin's Agency, Post Ollice building, St, Augus tine. ja'O-lt Hand-Painted Shell P.icket Books 15 cents. Japanese Umbrellas, 10 cents. Transjicirencies. 35 cents. Sail Boat, 25 cents. Tourists Store, opposite rort. ja-4t Most be Soil Two-Storv House, near shell road. Double piazzas. Only fl.tiou. t'hapin's Agency, i'ost Ultice bunding, ftt. Au gustine. ja20-2t Cottages to Bent, I have a number of new and very con venient Cottages to rent, opposite rail road yard of St. Augustine and Palatka tiailway in New Augustine. Call and learn terms at Middleton& Oliver's store on Charlotte street. ial.Vtf W. C. MlDDLETOX. Orange Wood Canes at wholesale. Gross or dozen price on application at tourists tore, ht. Augustine. ja20-Jt New Goods every week in fittest Styles. Rememlier the Dress Making IVpartment at Sabin, Abbott & Co. 'a. V ork done in first-cLiss manner. jal'3-tf Largest stock Artists Materials in Florida. Wissor Newton's Paints 8 cents. Touri-tts Store, Museum building. ja20-4t Go to Sabin, Abliott & linery. Col's forMil- jaliMf r me Custom Tailoring Garments made to order as thev should be at Sa bin, Abbott & Co.'s. jal2-tf Spanish Books. Indian Relics, Ancient Anus, Birds Eggs. Tourists' Store. St. Augustine. ja20-4t Uata! Nutt! Huta! J. M. Webb Jfc Co.. near Citv Gatet, Sit. Oeorge streeet. in a-l-iition to their large box trade in Choice Oranges and fieir constantly fresh stock of eg- etables. will have this week a splendid assortment of Western Nuts, Shellharks, Butternuts, Black Walnuts. Chestnuts, tiazeinuts, etc. Come and see them ! j.-jH-tf Rev. Mr. Kason'B History of St. Augus tine, forty engravings. 10 cento. Tourists' Store. jaSMt I KemovaL Ineraham's Pa nt and Oil t. V. ! been' removed to the Lvon Block, on St. w jwi onw. Paper Hanging by an expert. Twenty years' experience in Boston and New ork. ill go to any town in Florida. Address . A. Richards. ja3l-iM ViaitoTs! Go to Central Wharf for the Best Oysters! Stews. Fries, and on Half ShelL r reati from Savannah. J. C. Toshach. dell-tf Remember that if in want of a n Suit or Pants you can be suited in goods. ja!2-tf Siad! Shad! Toshach is now receiving daily a full supply or rreta anad. i elephone t;al No. SiX Seed your orders. delO tf The Arab who invented alcohol died nine hundred years ago, but his spirit still lives. The ancient Egyptians were beer drinkers, and the ancient Egyptians are ail ueaa. cicvoanu; ife. EM. ESTATE AN AST ASIA! Aeastasia Islanfl, Opsite St. Aipstiie. Lots in this new Summer Resort and Resi dence Suburb are now offered lor sale. The St. Augustine and South Beach Railway and Ferry affords quick,ample and frequent trans portation to An astasia and the Ocean Beach. No locality in the' vicinity of St. Augustine affords as many desirable advantages for sub urban residence Jas Anastasia and the great South tBeach reached by the St. Augustine and South Beach Railway. For plats, prices, and terms, apply to jVI. r. bean, Central Vharr, - - - - - Si.AiiiisliiKla. HOTEL ARRIVALS. 1'iHie d Lmb. Ir L A Rodemitein. Mm L A Kodcnutt-tn. Ad- diu U-MleuMein, New York; ieu t .-lu.n, Ja-I-mii; l.co W Aivin, V L Tln-mits,T W Ieter, Aiuericua, lio; S W rdiruae. A t Wright, y w Vkooliej. vf a- Route: lnlie M -. Lynch burir. V ; M II iHniirp, New York: li II itop- p I and w mvelers tru-ud r. L. lMwunon, T. U; VS K siiiii-w-u. V p Mimui-r. Jock- lile; Chas H llaT. aniutti: tluu bewi ife. ChHttunifotra; A iotiner itd wite. t luciuiwti; Mr aul Mr lledtord, t.uweoek. a; Miss M S Tiusuian. W iiuauiport,l'a. Mum MuiKl siaiu-liiirK. eil; Jom-pu f bauer, Ae York: Ltauiiel uuodwin and wife. K lireen- wieh. K 1; Mr Julia Cpear. Mis ltau-1 l-oster. Mis l-U Fo-r. Ir and Mr k. M Abba, t lia It Milliken. 11 It. iittm Milliken. UoHtou: Henry Siiliuuu and wile, Mr and Mr W 14 tf.urnee ui'l two M-rvants, New ink: II 11 Mawliuittcy Hu-i wife. Mum Maliei Mawlunny, lfitoii; M l vtciia aua wile, i iucmko; twiwarau luiitruet-n, ML- luiiKUi-t-li, I'luiadelpiita; Mr audMrsOli Ibby, New York; Wm Ib-mu and wite, llruok- lu;A it St. iin.-ii and wife, i'tiitadcllua Mr l.eo U Newell. MinueMtia; Joliu J Mt-tH-k, New York: J fviut-my, JoekMMivilie; Mum Chute, Mind Avne 1 hute, Muuieapolu; VV W lu id. H It Cook, Muwaukoe. Orau View. Mia M K Simiioon. ;U-nn limwn, Washimr- toii; J siuirleton wite, C uiduro: W A tlumlire. J t'. Wymiu. Detroit; Oeu Puinilexter and wite. Mm Mattiv E loinlexter, ; Capt J 19 Johimbrfi. huvannah; Mr Muiler. Mm M Pierce, Jacksonville; V ui Hirrhuer, New t ork; Mrs E W MrahiHt and dautrhter, Cbicairo; VV C Fulcher, New York: W lutwell aud wife, Knoxvule: W r ut-hiaum and wire, city; t. L. Hoo-1. lUMtoa: II W Matthew, New Y..rk; David Miler, lleeiuer, Ala; II W Kreete. tum- merviile, S C: II It'ww, Vt'atertown, Wis; Mrs Anna Marcotte, V K Suriea. Mia Katie Earle, Jo kelly. Jackaou ille: Uuu It Snnond and wife. Iat..ua: A i iteauiuir. ay; r, Aoiiuer and wite. New York: li II Iuhiho, Mr II Heurs, A.tceuiuoti, La; I- II orn n. New York: I) l.nium. ife and chiltL Jai kw-iiville; Ji-tili W Taylor, li E Wairaven, Phi lade luliia: w T Brierly. 1 Ifc-rry, noitimore; j-r !turtevaiit, Jacksonville; II C llerry, llolti ni're;l'W aril aud uautthter, Chicago; W 11 Thorpe, Hawthorne; L. D Muitb, N J; S II Kiri.y. wiMjiinury, N J; t 1. joiiii-ii. wne aim children. Aurora; H M Walter. Kradtord. I 'a; W R Arlr.-y, Mt Perry. : W In. tiry, Mer- verbunr. Pa; U II Tieukeii. New ork. t'lurlda 1Ium. Ceo M WanL Hoton:h Hopkins. Atlanta; E HauMUiau. M Itluuum uttial. New York; Ker- traud Tavhir. Ihmton: W J Wim irar, Palatka; Geo K.XteKeiaer, J F Jsi-kaon, New York: Dr " A Pool, Jacob eller. Mempni: Jfomt, I lattatbur-. N Y; W D I mu-r, Ihii ill; P S lllauton, 1 k-Yclamt; N htenibeimer, Ualtimore. Maicnolia. Mr S Leonard. Mix Ieonard, Pbila-k li-hia: C F tlopkin. Jr.city; Dr I. A It.NteiLU-lii, Mr L. A Kodenxleiii, Addle Uodeiwteiu. New York; tieo Carlton, J j-an. IrMldark Hon. II E Jewett. New York: A W Chapman. Cal; ASS Itakman, E l Coulter, A t reuahaw. mire IH; Mr Pickett ami lu b ltive. Atlanta: E lliwted. Cam-len: J O Hank. New York; U 11 Van, Providcuce. llutrl St. Gmar. H C Davia. Cincinnati: B I. J one. Pittcbunr: W K Webb. New York: J F Lanmtrotti and wife, l'hilaii-lphia: Mr and Mr 1 W Mnitb. VVaternury, oiin; Sliltoii w alilu, AutHirmiaie; Mr M'W Putnain.aud two dauifht.-r, !ara- b.rfo. N Y. HOTELS. TDE MAGNOLIA, St. Augustine, Fla. Strictly a fir8t-clas4 Family. Hotel, centrally located near the Old Fort, the Plaza. City Gate, Sea wall and Post Oflii-e. II iKhet ele vation lin the city. Sanitary conditions per fect. Sewcnure to the sea, and flushed by ar tesian well. Special rates by the week, accord ing- to location of room and length of stay. W. Yi. rainier. Proprietor. ial9-2m The Florida IIouso St. Aipstiee's Favorite Hotel. OPEX niU THE SEASON fnder the name raanairement a lift year On St. f.eorire Htreet, one block frttn the Plax. Vii-tot viewaof haptair and ocean in the city. Comfortable, aunuy rooms. ri-hly fur nished, t 'naiuet and lawn tenm court for iriMst. Steam heater and electric l-ll thmuirhiHit. Newly tainted and thoroughly renovated. THE CUISINE UNEXCELLED C. V. BECK, Proprietor. deS4-tf UN0ERTAKEHS STREEPEIl & COMPANY, Undertakers! UNDERTAKERS SUPPLIES. A eotnttlete Ptock of Wood and Metallic Caes and akeUK ai liuriai Kotioa, etc- wo itantly on hand . Embalminga Specialty, (TWENTY" TEARS EXPERIENCE.) CPECLSTIOS 15D EIP1XI3 DEPiKnQJT. Old "Furniture earefuUy and klllfully Re- paired and made new BoSS-lV 0EA5GE QTJOTATIOSS. Oraaot) Aoetiaa. Sixeial to In Palatka JTtin. Jacasoxviixa. January 39. The follow. ' in are the qui Cation of to-day's sale bv the Florida Auction and Forwarding- Company: Choice Bright tS WO Brighu s ooas 7U Golden Ruaaets 1 ws W Russets 1 U t0 A. S. Mass. General Manatrer. IReported by the Florila Fruit Exchange.1 J a cksox v ilxjc. January 17. Oar latest telegram report quotation m follow; FOR SALE. Strictly Fancy .. .fl .W7t ft) per liui, g (.,r; "i . . 2 Itur-i 75 " . .. a !.!.! uii . . ! :t.,s ;.i " . . . I Z.Z Sj and tha demand for mac iirurht iniinary llrurht Iii-U RuMtet iniinary l(uneut .. Common Runnel The aup-ly la llifht. trictly fancy and choice grade I very active. Rclcc-tf ully. A. M. 1 vca. funeral Miinatrer. MARKET REPORTS. FINANCIAL. New Viihi. January St. Kxeniure dull l-uf firm, W-lWV Moiu-y eauy at a to i, el ln derel t 3. hnil reaaurv. volii. 41.- Ji.-.iiio ; hub-Treasury, eurrvuey. ln. Vki.ho. Ooverfimeut .lull but tt-a-l 4 pert-em. J J-1!.; tour and a hoif tier ut-uU. luud.. iuh. htaUs bond dull but tealy. Ala,1aa AS-5'a..HA N. . Fa-inc lta. TU Ala, I lax H. . llll New York l etilr'l 1IC eora-ia 7 .uiort.i04 Nor'k H'nl pre N. C c.ns'il ... lit nonnern facine. North'n Pue. pref. 4 A Pact tie Mail M deaibng 6(34 Rich. M Alley'y... Hu ll. A liauville dich. Weal P't SSH Hock bdaud. .ii-4 L Paul Paul pn-rd . I14'4 l'exa Pacific. L'41 Venn Cool A- Iron. -''4 ( iimn pacific.... .V!' New Jerw-y Cen.. "4 Miaaouri k'aeitic.. Ki1 A'etern I'uiou... 7.L Cotton Oil Ccrutl. aj N. C, eiitia-d 4'. . I. urown con. lift Tenn. aettle't'.. '4 Virionia 4 Vira-iuia eonwil'd. 4-s- CheMpeak Ohio. 4'i tortnwetern. . . .iui Northwekt'n pref.14.iV ueiaware a- Lack.lv Kne g-.Ki East Tcntieee... l'i;n Lake Miore fi' LHiiAville Naah. mM. Meinphla a i'iiorw r- Mobile Ohio li Nati. A Chat 7 A.ked. tUid. New Y'oHk. January 30. The stock market to-day was again subjected to penditent at tack from bearaand trader. Gould sUa-k le ing ec'ial point of interest, MuMouii Pacific and Miuihattan eieciuily yielding easily to the prewure. The general lint, however, wo com-l-arativcly firoily held and exlnbite.1 some stn-uirth. ronsideritig the demoralization in Gild profierty, which seemed to have broken loose from the remainder. There U no evi dence of any pressure of loug atocka, aelting being aimoHt entirely by bear, while there wa quiet absorption of many aecuritie. the commission people reporting a continuance of investment buying of both stock and bond. Reading was also heavily sold bv beam, and presented a remarkably strong front, consid ering the lute development in the atock. There waa tune bidding for outside interest, and the amount of tloattn stin k on the treet is now believwd bi.la? very small. t. Paul wa otieof tne firm .tocka, the result of yesierdu) meet ing at t. lucago cneeking the iliaiMiMitlou to attack tlie irranirer. The market oia-ned uuiet but generally higher than last e venimr'a cl we. but the pressure was nuiiklv bmuaht unou the list, and everything except Lackawaiina eldtNl Klowly, thouirh Wheelinu- and ljk .rk- and Missouri Pocitic were ibx-idisliy weak. I'u-ler selling tlie market aiaio became active, ant tMsunea for the fon-uoon waa in exeesa of tlie aame hour f.ar any day this week. The attack wa renewel ta-rore ma-n, and .Man. Iiattan an.l N'orttieru Pacific preferred Joim-d tlie weak stiM-k. hut alter that time the mar. ket narrowed down an-1 exhibited a tinner tone in spot, making a fevenah and unsettled ttne. while among the active uu s:ks material n-a-tions were made. Another attack was ma-leupon Manhatttan in the last hour, and it a uuickiv uriveu uown to I'Hir lanuu iei w last evening. The iretieral bat felt the in. ttiience, however, and tho ehaa wa dull and rather heavy at irreifulnr change from Unit prices. Total sales, 3ul,Uu0 share. Cartas. New York. January 30. Green A Co'i report on cotton future say. : " Tha b.ne ha la-en feveriah, without any proiHuucel irnin for either buyer or seller, though oa the w hole the market ha shown a pretty irood ex- naustiveeut-acity.an.itn one way or auotner taken OHisiderabie amount of stock. The siairce of ofTering wa. a little uncertain, but the evidence led to tne belief that a great deal of it represented the supply held bv oiTlor representing t lie Atlantic- Mate, ami mat inly ing was on t,-half a large onoern prominently credited with taking the lead In the bull move ment. I.lverissa took a la-tter form, and -rt and interi'ir movement for tlie wiM-k waa tight.. though it is notice Me that sis ks have not been greatly reduced. Tin latter feature car ried mini! effect toward tile cl.aa'. when, in the aljM-nce of an Imraetltate resistance, tlie room juuitie-i on tne market ami aoont wis-.i out tlie point gain ma-ie, the final figure stall 1 ing much the aame as last night." New Tout. January 30. Cotton steady ales, 10H: upland, kv Orleans, Ht ; net receipt at ail fsirts, i...l ImiW-m ; exisirt ti Great llritain, Zijau ; tu f raiui-, ; to tlie t'omincnt, 4,4-sl; to the Channel, ; stock, a'.i. Meekly net receipts at New ork, a.zij; gros. 4.lJV". Extsirta from New York for the week to Great llritain. !. ; to Fran-e. 3A: to the Continent. II.3S; f..rwr.l'.i. 7l, : sale, mo; to apinner. Mir, atock. SJb.ti.ti. New York, janucry 3U. Cotton Net re cciptjt, S: gifiss. 2.0.41 bale. Future chcd weak : anie. I I '. January. 10 W-IOS3: February, in .Vi3Ii 67; March, li) ttalu hf. April. In ;.",f.i 7ti ; May. Hi Sl jtit) K! ; . tine. PI aTi.KI MS ; July, Hi 10 1-3 ; August. 10 1H i in Uf: hetemU-r. lo 4.XJ. 10 47 : October. 10 Utm.10 10; NuM-mls-r. , COMPABATIVE COTTOS STATEMENT. Comparative c-ttu statement for the week en.liug January 3U : Net recciirt at all L'nited F-tate isart during week Vl1.I f-ame week last year , l-i.s-1 Total re--i.ts to till late. 4.:4.4 Total m-eipta U, name date last y'r 4,1. ".l - Kxrttur the week PW.I'IS hame week last year 14'i.Hi Total export to thi date 2.v,7.i - to same date last year. . . 7ii.3 Stock at all L.h. port. a.Loo " same time last year.. t"4.t6) Stock at a;' Interior town t-...l " aame time last year. 1T7. Stock at Uvertssa 77.im name time lost year. BJU.IM) fto k of American atl.att for G'rt. llritain J0,0U Stock of American afloat for Great liritaiu last vear - 2J0.OO The following are the total net recHf.ta of cotbai at all port since bepu-mber 1, lae7. by Galveston. . Mobile Charleston Norfolk New Orleans..I.34;sfr .. ;a .. M.7I4 Savannah 7--4.0t Vt'ilrainguin... 1 'l,4 Is Kaitimore l.ss5 New York. 1 1 HtmUtu VkHI Newport Newa Brunswick... .. . Pen ala. ...... Total 74.sB West Point 3.w Port lb-yal W.V14 Philadelphia... UJM S..2 4J4H.4.J8 Ijnumot. Janury 51, 4 p. m. Cot.ou fu ture. : January, a smh, seller; January, rera-uary, a ener ; reumary-starcn. , aaat. t.uyer ; March-April, k 4144. seller Apni-May. S 43-64, iHjyer: May-June, b 44-ral, buyer; June-July. & 4 4 buyen July-August, ft 44M buyer; August-reptember, a 4V-at. seller. Futuxtt ekaaai ttria. WtXxXT COTTOa KSfOMT. OiLrmoi, January SO- Cotton steady; mid dling LVta: net receipts USm; g-rtM L, sale. 4; stuefc. 4l; weekly net reueipt. i ili ; pro, ir'lt; aaie. tk,61S : export to tne Con-tlla-nt. 4,'si.t; to Orna Britain, 7.;; taaiatwiae, 1L077: tu France. . Noanil.a. January 30 Cot too arm : mid dling, V l-M- net reeeipt. L015 bale; g-ru re cvtpt. ; stock, 7U7V s export coast w bar. LAND f H J Li Q w u uy -SOLE AGENT FOR- St. Augustine and Palatka Railway Lands. St. Johns Railway Lands. AGENT FOR- Flbrida Southern Railway Lands. Florida Commercial Co.'s Lands. St. Johns and Lake Eustis Railway Lands. OVER 3,0(S00 ACRES, Located in nearly every County in the State, suitable for Farming;, Graz ing, Fruit and Vegetable Growing. LtsrPine, Cypress and Cedar Timber. LI I o-jZwjblLCaZJ Orange Groves, City and Sea Beach. Lots, Vegetable and Fruit Farms, Improved City and Suburban Prop erty. sole:" agent For some of tlie largest and most desirable Private Es tates offered for Sale in St. Augustine. Do Hot Visit Saint Augustine W1T1IOCT.CALLIXG ON JOHN H. de30-lv : attics fl,tA; we-kly nd n-i-elt-t ,!7 ; gnsw K.H; exis.rtsto tireat llritain, U.ISi; coast wise 'i,.UU; to the C'ouUiieiit, . IIaltimohk. January aC".ibn eay; mid dlmg. lo; net in -eiplo, ; gross receipt. ;t-': ai. : atoca iw.ito: wis-aiy in-t nan-ipia 4..CC; gnaw. ,:if ; sal.-s, ; to spinii-r, exports toGreat llntaiii. Mill; to the Coutilieut, LJa; to rranoc. ; ciaistwiae fsi. IharroM. January 30 Cotton quiet t ml-1 dling Iiiim t-l iTccipt 14: wr.-ss nss-ipta, S.ii.O; asl.-s, none; t.a-k, ; wuekly net n-'ipla. ,liL); KniM-, 17.477: sal)-, ; exsrt bi lireat lintoin, 4..1M; tsaistwna. ; to the t ontiiii-ui. uoiie. Wii.t.Mi!OToi,'January SiK- Cotton Arm; mid dling, lltl-W; net receipt Ml; trniu nta-ipla. Ml: sale. ; stock, I t.l.l'i; cxtiort cisM't- wise, ; we-kiy net nueipt, l.s.w ; gross, i,- S7 ; Kule. ; eisrta to Great llritai i, l,a4; eiaistw iae, l,4ba ; to tlie t oiilllieiit, ; U I-runic, , Pitit.AbEl.PHi A. Januliry 20. Cotton Arm middling Hi ll-l; net nti-iita .; gnsai re--lpt 2a.l ; at.s k, W.IM4 ; weekly net rs-lta. I,ll; gnaw, l.-CM; exts-rt ludn-nl Urltalu, l,l..i; to tlie LOiilineut l.Us. Savaxmah. January 30Cotbin steady; mid dling Vt: net ns-eipt. 7iJ; gnis sU; sil-s, l.l.'nr, st.N k, W.41C!; w--kly net rw-i-U 0..t4.'; gross, 11,417: subw, lii.lim ; exMjrtri to Great llritain, .;-.; to the onuueul, ; c.au-i- wise. ia,S7 J; to t ran.-e, NewObi.eah, January 30-Cotbin firm: mid dling. It ia-1 m-t receipt. 1 SIO; gnsw rtHs-ipt. H: sal.-. 4,Sii; sts-k ;na.3t:; we-kiy net re- e-ipt.as.S; gr.sia.iW.HHl: sal. 44.: export tolin-KI liniairi. iu,-iw; i.i me uiiiiii.-ui - to Fiance, ll,4ix; to CiiU4UH-l, ; autwie. ti .V-4. 1 . . . T .. U . t oi-rei-tlon r.xport coastwise .lain.ai j should have l.-en VT; lilh, ,M ; January 14tii, :..'-! : lit. J,ir.J. Momi.R, Junuarv ai. Ortton linn; mid dling, i;U6; net re'i-t70.; grists receipt. ,tl; shI.-s, l.t-i; st.s k. 47.V.W; we kly net nx-eipta, h.ifi: grists.";-; sale. 4.7f; export to Great liritaiu, ; coastwise, 3,b4J. Memphis. January 3t. Cotton quiet ; mid- dling, V Id-IA ; net reis-ijitatia; shipment I.ri7; shI.-s, 3.IMI; Kt.s-k, l.'i7.;H; weekly net rewiptN 5.41.1; gnsiH. Il.iut ; sal.-s, 1-1.4 o ; ui Mpiniier. none; exporU U Great Uruain, ; txawt- wise. . ArorsTA. Ga January 91. Cotum .t-adv mi-l'lling. 'i; tw-t re--its. 4. ; shipments, ; aula- "41; nUu'LW'i; weekly pet receipt. -4; gr.a.4.d; .liii-un-iits. S.Hs.,, Cn Aitt.KXToN, January S Potton firm mid-lliiiK, lu ; m l n-celi.ts 7I ; gnsst re ceipt. sale. Z'K st.s-k. 44,.3s wis-kiy im-x receipt. .1,ws; grsw .(..--, nuc .. . t - - tlie I oiitiiient, 6.4i: to tireat llriUtlii, ti,i; to Fraiice, -; coatwie, 3,o;o. .M-iTiHixKiir, Janury 311. -Totbin steady mi-l.liing. M-w w.s-kly m-t receipt 4 ; shi meiita. 1.5;: sl.s k. pn-si-nt ) car, &.SU4 ; stock lost year. 11.1X7; wale, lad. Minm, January . Ctdtnn quiet : mid dling. PH; we'kly m-t reoeirtai.la; sal.si, 4.114; .t.a-k. preetit year, ; atock, last Jcar. ; .lill.llu lits. l.UCk foi.i MHt-, January ai-Cotton quii-t; mid dling, weekly net reeeipbi, uli ; ship. meuu, 1.4.U ; aie. 1,4-o: Muck liM, 11.W7. Nashvii.i.e, January 30 tv.tton firm mid dling. 11-11: w.s-kiy net receipt. : slnp-fu.-iils iH: snl.w 6s",; spinner &I4; sts k prew ent year, 6.U.jb; iuet year, K.tkJ ; exiaart oouit wiae . I'oht RoTAU January 30. Cot ton weekly n-t reoeiui. flu : slock. & : exis.rt c.huO- wie, . Sei.ma, dling, 10; January S). Cotton steady ; weekly m-t reoeiput, Mn; klii mid piueuts ti.il; st.a k Irm.Vji i. Ilnxr. Januarr XtVKton quiet: mUdllng, Ai ; weekly net receipt 4-'i ; alilpunllU, L''; iba k, IJgii. Attawta. January SO Cotton quUrt; mid daug. 11-16; receipt. 119. e.aaral Markats. CniCAOO. January 30. There was little ao. tivity in an y of tlx le pit at tlie os iiliig on 4 hanre to-.biy. and the oi-erilng prieea weru nn.-n.nllv tlsaaame a veaterday'sclissu. May wheat started at aC There wera li onlers from the outaiile arid tlie pit waa very dull. May aoid down to "3. In the first hour, firm lies In other markets caused May to advance toa-le- ia t oru 1-t-enc.i a xha-ie higher, with MsyatSlJi; mi (y sellinu- cauM-d May to decline to .'s.'. 4 u quiet and Huctuated within yesterday's range, provision m.slerately active, and pn.-e moved within aamoJu-r rango. Arrivals .,f hesxa wera fair aud the market Urn. taau quotauon were aa follow; 'lour quiet but Hteady. No. hi-nna- W heat, 7rtwj.rri : No. a Konug Wheat. No. j re.1. H.'s(i No. 1 CtM-n. No. f I hit, Uuu f.k ai4llfr.l4 1.1 I.kI a? -JS. inarx. no ai.lt a, I. save, y.Jtr,,- liry'aaltai atHMitder, Is.xr. , y.vjA. Ma-t clear aiuea. oxeu, . , .wa -so. v uaiay, i Liu. SALE. 1 rvn 9 E3 Ami UMvanI. AUSTIN, North Side Plaza. St. Angiiallne, Fla. N-H.llng futures cl.sa-.l a follow. Wheat January, ; t-ebruaiy, Tti'v' I March, : May, Kll-g. Corn January, 44; l-cbriiary, tstt,; Man h, May, Osts - January, ; rebruary, I May, ai'. M.-s I'.irk-tear, ( Jiinuiiry, ( leb. February, fit III ; May, fU.ftat,, lir.l Jan. nary, 7 .40; l-cbriiary, J7.40 : May, 1 :t,. Miort Rilse-Jannarv, ; February. 7.ttJ j March, ; Mav. t7.77Va. New YoMa, January W Wheat options firm; sfHH-ulatfoii in.slerate; shi firm: No. X. nil, Jsihihi v, Wo.i'h; lebniary, inv-' " la-lrt; May, WIS P.'!i.t4. torn nrm; N.i. It .iNiitist-y, 4v,fi.a,: lel.nmry, mviihi.iil; Mv. WH-M4IH lal a kl-H'le Is-tter: No. 2. January, I1HV4; r. n- lets-iier; nu.i. jiunii ruary, rtwu'W"- may, .s.-f ...w., vt,iK4: mlxeii Wi-stern, :av4j.4ti. Il.-isilii light request Male, 4-dli; i aill.-iiii. n-.i i.i. t..n.- -ssit fair Rio nominal at l'.; option ai flva but lower; No. T bio, .Isnuarj . 1 1 hut. I VIA; Fell. rnarv. f 14 Z.V.II4 4l ; Marcli, fid anui.is; may, ruary. fli.6.V-t lug. S' .ti.VilU.iVu Sugar .lull ami nominal; tair tw . S'j: refilled stea-ly. Molaasse dull ami weak -(ill b-sl.4. Hiee II rm slid III lair demand. t 'otton tMs.l oil quiet at an for crii.le: 4uvyvl4 f.ar renue.1. Ibwin doll at 1 ttiKll UH. I nr. tw-utin atea.ly at 4Hvr-4. Hi.l.- atea.ly. Wisil quiet but firm domestic fleece, Ki.i.C; pulled, I.W40, latter chol.ie- 'lex. l.-i40. Pork liriii mesa. tl" -V-tlVUI for one year old. Ih-ef dull, llecf hams quiet, 'i'leroed Il-f uuiet: CUV extra India tiii-ss, I.Vfllii. 4 ut meals .v". .... .... . I shiaildei-a, MAf. oM-ned 4 to firm. Icklcd Is llle, 7W. I'l. kl.-il lilik. Mill. lie nollllllal. Ijird isant Inuh.T and lairly active; Western .i. Ni.i .iM.l tT.ih February. t. .!! i.Ht; Marcli, r, 4(.t,7.7.i: May, f 7.77't.7.-V, city su-aui, 1 reOued, t',.l. FieighU dull, ST. IxH'ia, January SO. Flour unchanged, Wtmat llrm-Noji red cash, ',; Juuuary. t l-'el.rnarv. Hi's: Mav. Kulff. oin qn H.rVi4'. llll'V -4-tuli, 7f7r47M JailUHiy, 1 Felrt-iiary, 47r,; May. W't.WA. Oats quiet ami tea.iy cash. Jst; January, j May. St-'; March. ; Whisky alea.ly at fl.u.1. I'rovianaia iiigner. i-rx, new, ti. ...!.-. iir.i. ..i... -- - meat, laiaed, shoul.ler. 'i .i; long cieor. t7.lr''.7.M : clear ritas 7.V. j nhoit clear. I7.H7H- lltu-ou-la.xe.l liul.ler, fn.titit '. long clear, (H.40: clear rilia, ts.s.V, J short clear in.ilo. flam. su-a.iy at $10 i'mtUS. N'KW Omi.EAN. January SO. OilTee dull. heavy and lower- K10 rargia-s ts.mnioii - to prime. U!s3i. nice is .... .i.-......-. - UMiislan oi'liiiiiry to prune, 4-V(t-'- t .nton Seetl prtaiuctadull and nominal prima crude 1, ;c?j&: aiiiiiiuer yi-uow tin, ..g-.i. --"s. active and tlnn Utuisiana ojwii aeyie. tirimti bl strictly t-niue, 4 I-no-HH.; tuiir lair. g.aij lair, 4Vm4-V liuisinim c4-nirirugMi, t hoii white,' a 7-liVTMi : off white, SHirti!; t-hoH-e yellow clarilied, SlvVilV l.Vlii: prime li low clarille.1. IrV't 1 IHi ,,tf yellow ctartr.ed. 6VlJ4. Mollis..! strong Ixiulsiana a-u ket tle cliolee, iaf-s, ; i.nciiy iiritno, .w-..t anom.. ly l g.ssl fair. le.tJH : gal prime, vi,-i; prima. Hi prime, saw,..'; ttifugal. strictly JRT4 ; loiiisiana cent r pritntj to choiee, prime to gtssl prime, 1KU--I; foirtu g-HKl lair, lw4.lv. hyrup, aoo.. WiLMtwoTtur. January 30--Turpcntl!ir tlrm at M bid. Rosin arm: trained. nr. g.sal .trali.tal, H6. Tar tii-ra at l.Kl. 4 rude Tura.itlrie llrm: hard, tl.l'i; vellow di j. fi.lh: virgin, CHAKi.EaTOiv. January !. TurraMitina, 88 bid. ltoaiu quiet goial .trained, k SavahwaH. January SO. -Turtasntlii.. 3SH bid. tt mi n U-. y at ti&V. I.andscae Uardealog. AUauta Constitution. Let me give you some advice," said Mr. Claience Knowlea, "about sodding grass for your lawn. Ifcm't sod it. Don't uae grass at all. Buy Persian ruga and cover your lawns with them. You can get them for f 100 apiece, and a hundred or ao will cover your lawn. They are quite aa pretty aa grans, and very much loss exja-fisive." A Joke for Doctors. Epoch. Physician (to atient) "Your case is a very serious one, sir, and I think a conMulation had better be held." Patitdit (too sick to care for anything) Very well, dot-tor; have aa many accom plices as you like." Don't Let that Epidemic Spread. New York Herald. Each of the great jiartie In Illinois I said to be sighing for a leader. Why don't they lmiort some on trial firm New York? Leaders are so numeioua , here tliai they can't keep off of one An other's corns, yet the t-ooretd thtm could give points to Western politk-iai s. ST