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THE DAILY NEWS-PA LATKA. FLORIDA, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27, 1888.
The Daily News Saint AnpsflnB BepartnsnL ST. AUOUSTISE, FLA.. JAN. 27, 1888. (B"Bs SPKCIAI. HKKVKC trrrr the fit. .ucnHi ami Palatka RtiUirag THIS DAILY KtSWS t w deneerrd tit St. Augwtin at 31X WLVCK EVERY MORXtXU -cent yiimtUlym, thu fumUhinQ to the remVfcwa nM visitors f St. AumuHne, at the rurtomaru Siiur,whtU U rrrnrtiHillif a T. ALUIKTI.NE A.ILY NKWSHAfK K, Wnintna the Att&O flATKIt PBKM IHsrATt If IS. inrhuUiia WVl.L MARKET ML PORTS, ! telegraph and maO,aiuluUtheST. Al'fal'hTINE LOCil XliWK, a vrrll an all mher mutter ttmalitt tvuna in a t llUt-CLAM U.4ILV JOIK.1AU THE DAILY NEWS trill he aeliverttt to Clf AilmcrilxT in St. Auvtutitus, tin titrrier or mail. at th ououutu rata ; uim ytitr.... .... StxmtmtKn Thres month-.. Cm week $ S 00 ft 2! tHU ARTHUR Vo ROLSAX, Superintetutent tif Circulation, Vomer Char atU ami Bridu St net. ST.ADSDSTINE ADYESTISIKG DEPARTMENT. 7RK OAtLY trin trmert T. AI'- CST1NK AUVKKrltKMKMS, (, .iwpjaued type, .iJir i its Mt. AutitMine Ad trtimna Im partment or elMither in Usaiteertiiiig eulunw, em man lie UtreL,at unutl rale, mptte Truni n on arpi'iMnat tt4 Itraneh at i Hl'tC I A I. NOTlCKfA in it St. Auyuttine A'',. mixing De partment at th rate of ONE t EXT A WORD ! JV argument in neeilml to amenre ti-e Merehaiit md OiiMnrm Mrmof St. Aifinin that the en anu uf 2 HE DAILY A EH S w U furnuh a medium fur reaching the lt U pi. bite much a hem have, neve before stowed. Opealag CloMnff of the Mails. City Tin. OKTHWAEI). Jacksonville ami points beyouiL Arrives 11:15 a. m. rt:.1o p. m. 6:30 p. m. Closes 7:11 a. m. thl-Va. m 3:110 p.m. Through mails to aud I rora the North. westward aid sort h w. hu. Palatka and points beyond. Arrive 1:45 p. m. Closes . a. lu- Merr.Oeld: 7:15 p. 3:.A p. Arrives, 1:45 p. m.; Closes, 7:00 a. in. Bast Toeoi: Arrive, MB a. m.: Closes, 3 10 p. a. Bt. Augustina and Tomoka isiagei. Arrives, Tuewlays,Ttaurilay hum Saturdays, .-OU p. m. Clows, Mondays, Wednesl:tys uad Fridays, &UU a. m. IIksbt O v kjk V. M. LOCAL WEATHFli oii; i;v TION. HOdPITAI, MKTK't, ' C. 8. A KMT, T. Kkaji l. i:aiii!aiks. St. AcoI'stimb, 1"UA., Janu..ry '.'i, 7 A. n Wluil ea a e !-3 a a B I it! s I , t 1a.m.. TO 4 ) O . . lit .. 5.V ( loli'iv p. HI.. w l o.ii ia m ci.md v W 11. . lui tti Cloudy ;o ISO Iliirheot temperature, OA; lowest, 4.3; fur tue pemt twenty-four bour. The amount of raiufall b jrivi-n in incbos and bundredtlia. T. t'.KirriTH. HoMidtni Steward. LOCAL nTELUGEK Major J. W. Renly, U. S. A., is at the Ponce de Leon. The Guards were ordered to their ar mory last evening to be measured for their new full dress uniforms. Old Sol put in an appearance yester day morning after several days absence. Everybody was glad to see luuu Mr. F. E. Wetzel is erecting a two story frame buildinir on Spanish Htreet to be used for stores and dwelling. Everybody wlio could get out was on the streets yesterday enjoying the sun shine and curiosities about th city. A. L. Ximanies, Inspector of customs for the Ninth District, came out in his splendid new uniform yesterday. The boys in blue of St. Francis Bar racks will give a grand hop at old Fort Marion on Friday evening, the CTlh iust. The magnificent Ponce do Leon is having a lare patronage so early in the season and tiie rush has only just begun. The work of roofing the oM market in the Plaza will be begun in about a week and the place will then assume its old look. The agent of the Petti'uone Manufac turing Company, of Cincinnati, U in the city soliciting the order for tiie Guards' drers uniforms. The bay yesterday morning- presented a scene of beauty with its fleet of white winged sailing vessels speed!. ig over its sparkling bosom. In Judge MacWilliain.-.' court to-day, Mr. Cliamberlin, o.i a charge of assault preferred by Mrs. Shroeder, of the Pluza Hotel, was fined $ i and cost'. Mr. Roswell Smith, ediior of the Cen turjf Magazine, accomp-tnie 1 by Mrs. Smith, arrived at the Pocce I Leou last evening. Ground was broken yesten ay for the new saloon of L. D. Cauova. on Char lotte street. It is to lie b lilt of concrete and will have a restauvaitt and potj room connected. The St. Auffiistine Hall Club has challenged the Yoi.n j Americas, . of Jacksonville for a nmii:!i gam, anil as soon as all arrangeuu im are com pleted we will give further uv.tice. . The cement veneem on the to monuments ia the I'l.u i has fallen otl in several places and gives ti.e nrpro . sion of neglect. It will bo a good idea to have them r. paired and tidii-d up generally. St. Augustine is now enjoying the height of the most fashionable winter re sort in the United States. F.very train comes loaded w ith passenger, and tlii .modernized ancient city, w if h the lest hotels in the world, is full of pleasure seekers. Two "coons." CuOBey and Ja maica,' respectively, engnged in a fisti cuff over a bottle of whisky, in which the former got his head cracked from front to rear and after the ierformance of that valiant deed Jamaica, being overcome by the contents of the bottle. fell face downward upon it, smashed it and cut bis face and hands badly. No police, no arrests. It is said that David Cm!rt vu turh a goou soo mat wnen he went coon hunting the old coons who knew him and seeing: his gun sighted for a shot. would call out, "hold on there, Dave, aon i suooi, a u come down, save your ammunition. Mr. Geo. F. Randolph, or iw l orK, who has beta wintering wym a . in r loriua tor several years past, is now spending his second season at the Carle- ton, llis greatest pleasure is with the rod and line and when the finny tribes see his jolly face reflected in the clear water of St. Sebastian and other Itronma hereabouts, they at once resign themselves willing captives, knowing - t3 be useless to attempt escape, fie is The Saint famous angler and the strings of &h be brings ia from time to time, are grate- I fully apprecUtet by the guesta of the Carietoiu A big crowd was gathered on the cor ner of St. George and St. llypoiita streets oppoeito Tugby'a yesterday, the occasion being the attempted arrest of a colored man named Joe Drown alias Frofeaaor Brown, by Manual Sabate. The Mar shal in trying to arrest the man walked ked up behind and caught hold of him thinking he had a pitol in his hip pocket. The negro carried hin pistol in his bowu and at once drew it and fired, the bull passing; through th Teat near the bottom button and making three holes in it ana then out through the coat w ithout touching his body. It was a narrow ewcape for the MarbhaL In the struggle he was struck with the pistol on bis ri,jht temple by the negro and stunned. The negro got away in the cuttle and as he was running -the Mar ttlial drew his piutol and fired but failed to stop Lira. lie is now at large and is contiiUered a dangerous character. Every effort U being made to arrest him. hip r PERSONAL. Mr. E. Lippincott, of Atlantic City, is stopping at the Pocce de Leon. Capt. J. Minot, of Ashbury, N. J., is registered at the Florida House. State's Attorney Judge W. H. Wigg, of Palatka, was in the city yesterday. Mr. M. II. Baldwin, wife and daughter, of Memphis, Tenn., are stopping at the Magnolia. Mr. Taylor Flick and wife, of Wash ington, D. C, are spending a few days at the Magnolia. Mr. G. Collins and wife, of Chicago, are spending a few days very pleasantly at the San Marco. Dr. Cuthbert Bower, and Irvin W. Eonbrurht, of Philadelphia, are regis ered at the Florida House. Mr. John L. Hardee, of Savannah, a Hon of the famous General Hardee, is rt mistered at the Ponce de Leon. Mr. and Mrs. X. Van Biel, ami Mr. Al len Forman and wife, of New York City, ure stopping at the Hotel San Marco. Mr. John Wannemacher, agent of Cook's Tours, and manager of the Flor ida business located in Jacksonville, was n the city yesterduy. Arbor Day. Ttie following notice by the General Kufierintendent of Public Schools was issued recently and as Arbor Day is lie coming a holiday of esjiecial interest, it is hoped that our eople will turn out and make a good showing in the way of tree and shrub planting. The Plaza will be good i Ince for a few more orange trees, rose bushes and banana plants, and there are several places about the -ity that can be further improved by tree planting and made more attractive to visitors: SCPERINTEJfDEST" OrTICK, St. ACOUST15K, Jan. 23. f In conforuiitv with the proclamation of Governor K- A. Perry setting aside the Bth dav of February, 18H8, as Arbor Day. the teachers, pupils ar.d citizens of St. Johns County, Fla., are hereby re quested to observe the day as a holiday for the purpose of planting trees and shrubbery in all public places for shade and ornament, teachers will please re port to me the number of pupils partici pating and trees planted. Peter Arxac, Superintendent. Election of Officers A. 0. W. At a regular meeting of Seminole Lodge No. 4, at their hall in Opera House Block, the following officers were elected for the ensiling six months Jas. W. Allen P. M. W. Wm. Moody M. W. J. W. Waits Foreman. Thos. Lends Overseer. Roacoe Perry ( iu ide. Chas. II. Devall Recorder. Philip Prioleau Fiuancier. John T. Carr Receiver. Jos. Gardiner I. W. Eil. C. C Allen O. W. The lodge is in a very prosperous con dition and new members are being taken at every meeting. It is a benevolent or ganrzutiou also, as it cares for all broth- era iu sicknesa or distress and pars two thousand dollars in case of death. HOTEL AESTVAL3. Thr Ixtitu Xeire ie the imlu in vitir in the I'nitttl State tfuit j uWWm the antrale at the .ItijiwftHe nnfirtn. Pwwc-w da l..n. W S West, Val.kufa. a: J A i'rnwf.wl, I.-ke (it,: K K W-st. rami. Mi; J M i.inualey. " uxr York; Wm E lluymrn and wife, l:u i !:i'io; ' l P Hamilton and wlte. Easton. Va; H jwe. Jr. Atluntn: J II Xttr and wifo. Iialeton. Pa: E II philbrick ami wife. Kye liiniclL. X H: w ifotierta. irant it iHOorti Jr. New York; A W Woelikiu. Chas Jaly, Phil tn'i Inhta: J Hidmead Wriifhtand wife, Prook- l, n: Kev K It JlcKeruiie, Hultimore; Mum C l' lilmin. !iUiiro: M 1. tiraveaaml wife. New V.irk; W H Thetnam Jr. Miss Marcm V Thomas, li.iltimnre; It ilarues. anl wire, iin.xt.il. oiin;.Mrand Mrs r H MiatHenrti, .Mrs K It S'earns. Jr. Hostn: E Litipimittt. Atlantic 'it : I W Stokes. M dford. N J: John I. Hanlee. S ivannub; A Hutfh Piwell, Macon; ii K Miles, I reUud; S II Kieminir, Ottawa: E J Kenny, ilalifii.x; Jas A llrvan and wife. Mra M 1 N-l-.o. New burn, X t . Hamia-h Syninjrton, New York: W C liewitf. M rs Suntb rson. Mi Snn- l -nton. Jarkwrville: II A Palmer and wile. ViM Ijtura Pu!m-r. Ssvannah; i. M IXmaia, ew York; M I. Hrooka, tletelamu John A Imerdorf, (New York: C Arthur Johnson, -; Mrs J W Wf and tlauxhter, Jacksonville; K Merrit, Sauirertua, X Y. tiaai Slareo. ft M RusHell, Omaha; K Carter. Kansas City: Aaron 1 t'ollina and wife. Ch:.-ro; L llerlH'rt Aruotii. ii.ton: ui y mitt. ew orkr t : Hnififs una wire, l-irtxtiilre: Mr anil Mrs X Van llcel. New 1 ork; A Hosmer and wife. Cincinnati: J'dtn E Oaust ami wife, Mrs K McLaren, Maooo; Allan formal! sua wire. New York. I lorlda Home. SFrankentierwr R C Mi-OwU. W J lVuiir. J C THntirth. Sew ork: Caot J Minot. Aabtirv Park; C it P II iraiitoo ami wife, EasOHS. Pa; Krt'utbU rt UVwit. irvio v lburrurnt. PhiiA- il. li hia: H Cradfi'rd Kta-kftH-d. St Ausuntine Arinc W W Wi -u.ii, Omaha: N It YiMrk, Sla- maiua. X 1 : l'. Ur Levart. Clevelnnd: A M Intreroll, Kav Alieman, Jack -ovale; oeo K Marahall. Mansaei.i. O. Xacwwlia. Taylor Flick and wife. Washinrton: M H lbildwin. wile aud daixtnter. Memphis: K W M-U'lf, Boston; P J Lynch. Gaineav ille; H L Hrenueman. tluctnnatu ffc.-lsinaer. Ptulaiiei- hia; J L. Kecor-I and wife, Uiuneapulis; J 1 W Usun i iii Xew i ork. SPECIAL SOTICS. Cottages to Sent. I liave a number of new and very con venient Cottages to rent, opposite rail road yard of St. Augustine and Palatka Railway in New Augustine. Call and learn terms at MiJdleton St Oliver's store on Charlotte street. ial5-tf W. C MlDDUETOX, lor Sate. Race Mare. For price and pedigree call on or address, t OUveros, St. An gustine. ja23-tf Go to Sabin Entry. -, Abbott r Co.'s for Md 12-tf Augustine Department. WHOLESALE fiftOCERiES. ' - a SMITH. CHA3. E. n l&zt ( ' 4. i ii ill tm m i W. LYON & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS AND DEALERS IX IIA It DWARF. CK0CKERY, BUILDING MATERIAL, ETC. Lyon Building; St Tto Mandolin. Lessons given on the above by Profes sor Uus. aimer. Joyce s Orchestra. Pon.e le Leon. Ari-ly at Sulzner's Music Store. iai-tf New Goods every week in latest Styles. Remember tiie lress Making Department at Sabin, Abbott Co. a. Work done in first-class manner. jal2-tf Fine Custoai Tailoring Garments made to order as they sltould be at Sa bin, Abbott & Cos. jali-tf Nuts! Nats! Nuti! J. M. Welb & Cow, near City Gate, St. (ieorge streeet, in aihlition to their large box trade in Choice Oranges anil t'jeir constantly fresh stock of eg etables, will have this week a splendid assortment of Western Nuts, ShelHarks, Butternuts, Black Walnuts, Chestnuts, Hazelnuts, etc. Come and see them ! ja-tf Bemov&L Ingraham's Paint and Oil Store has lieen removeil to tiie Lyon lihx k, on St. Georbe street, south of the post office. des-ir VUitora! G to Central Wharf for the Best Oysters! Stews, Fries, and on Half Shell. t resh from Savannah. J. C Toshach. del 1-tf Remember that if in want of a nice Suit or Pants you can be suited in goods, price and tit at Sabin, Abbott & C'o.'s. jais-u Shad! Stad! Tohach is now receiving daily ; full supply of Fresh Shad. Telephone Cal Jo. ao. Sena vour oraers. oeii'-ti HOTELS. HOTEL SAN MASCO, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA !r ml numHlcrat hntt-L cnraplrt to L ad its apuoiutinents. and with all the comforts and luxuries of a tlrt-ela.-w hotel. Avcomuiodauta five hundred (ru.ttls. Mtuated near tlieiddvity traces. oppoKiui the Old Kort, on the most elevated nite in the city, and com manding au uninterrupted view of theoeeau. MAGNOLIA, On the St. Johns River. Fla. Majrnolia Hotol CotUtses and prinjs. (XE of the healthiest and most charming ) ItM-atioiia in tiie South. Situated on hiicu round, with an e tended raiwrnf wafer view. twenty-twu miles from Jaokwxiville tiy water or rail. 1'ure water: erfe-t drainaire. Home like in all its arranirementa. Accommodabtt two hundred ftH'sta. fruits and fresh veirt taikles frHU ibi- mtrdens. and pure milk from the dairy. The famous mineral cprinit on the grounits eimtains valuatle medicinal iiual itMt, aud ia tiuttled for shipment all over the AINSLIE, McG I LVKAT & CUODWIV. MtfTS. JaiTT-tiiihl TilE nAGHOLIA, St. Augustine, Fla. Strictly a first-cla Family Hotel, centrally located near the Old Fort, the Plaza. City Gates, Sea Wall and Post Office. Higrbest ele vation In the city. Sanitary conditions per fect. Fewenme 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. W. rainier. Proprietor. JalH-Sin The Florida IJouso St. AcpstiEe's FaYorite Hotsl. -OPEJi FOB THE SEASON Fndcr the same munaaement as last year On St. Geonre Street. ote Wock from the plaza. Fiixvt views f harrmr and oeean in the city. Comfortable, sunny nmis. richly fur ms.nel. t roiuet and lawn tenuis courts for guest. Steam beaters and electric leUs thivuttbout. Newly painted and thorouirhly rv novated. THECriSIMI UNEXCELLED C. I". BECK, Proprietor. dcSt-tf UNDERTAKERS NTKEEPEU & COMPANY. Undertakers! CMrERTAKERS SUPPLIES. A eomrdcte Stoi-k of Wood and Metallic Cases and t asketa; also Buriai Kolwa, etc con stantly on hand. Embalminga Specialty, (TWEXTT TEAKS EXPERJEXCE.) Old Furniture carefully and skillfully Re paired aod made new no!-lv 0RA5GE QUOTATIONS. Florida Furrr Exoiakoc, ( J it asosviix. January S4. Srrk tly Fancy . . -. H TVt $4 00 per box hotce Britrhts - - tmlinarv Krixht t SU.s hoice Russets -r- Or-iinary Kiewta S S "4 Cotumon RusMtw I ii 1 Hiicnest quotations apply only to suets fruit aa ia strictly Fancy, choice and well packed. S!uch fruit is arriving- at dranatwm tiailly decayed, owing- no doubt to the unfavorable condition of the weather. The weather in the Wew for the past three weeks has been unusually cold, interfering Berioualy wish shipments and sales, causing conaiderabte demy. Foreign fruit la trans t is reported as follows: Oramo-s. . lA..JSboiea Lensuaa. lllAsi To arriT. at New Tork. Buasoo. PTaiiadelpkia. Baltimore and New Orleans by February lw- KsspwctruUy, A. M. Ivsa, General Maaaarr. HARDWARE, CROCKERY, ETC. GARD. C. J. TEDDER. .s-f- IS Augustine, Fla. del8-3mo StMtial to th rahttka yew. Jacksosvillc, January SI. The follow- Ina- are the quotations of to-day's sale bv the Florida Auction and Forwarding Company: Choice Brihts $3 M llrurhts t S'tiX s: (ioldcii Kueset I Ht.ii 10 biuaeta 1 54frl Bu The differenca in price ia caused by the style of package aud sues and grade of fruit. A. S. Mans. General -Manager. Be st a a. Svr.tUtl to the Palatka Xetcm. liosTOX, January SI. The following; are the uotittious for Oretirfes to-lay, with a g-ool craau J : Briiftita, Good Counts. $3 &&t 00 Kuwcta t fi3 S5 A. A. KlSDAU. MARKET REPORTS. FINANCIAL. N'kw Tons, January 3S. Eiimnie dull but tdeadr, A.h6' 4s. Ui.ifY easy at S to J, cIm- inir uervu at a. iuo-irea.-Miry. imhii, f 1.C TiA.ftO; r-ul .Treasury, currency, $li),uik. Gorernments Mull Isit steady 4 per cents. l-iMi: four and a half per cents, ruuv.. tu;ia. Stale buuda dull I sit stead V to firm. Ala. Class A J-V. It AU N. O. Pacifie lsts Ala, Class II, V...ll- NewYork Ceutr'l luTH Sor'k A West pre 4eS teirgia 7s.mort.. itfc'i Luorat u s ...ll X . C. cons'd s6 MirtL-m facttic. si"- North'u Pwe.pref. A- Pacific Mail iLV) Heading CM l:u U. Alli-ir'y... S Hien. lsuiville. Hicii. Wtt P't 22S 4'ick Island. iw t, Paul ;- St. Paul prerd...ll4 Texas Pacific. .. TVuaOKil Iron. !'- Cuion Pacilic... 3rj New Jerw-y Cen. . sv Missouri Pacitie.. rn A'estem L'nion... 777g Cotton Oil Cerufi. &JH S. C. Brown cisi. J.S Tenu, settie'ts.. 5M viraruiia t s 4t Vii aiuia ci naold. 4t t'ie-aie-.ik Ac Ohio. A N ertli western. . . . itt-Mi Noeihwest'n pi-ef. oetaware Ac ij-k. n F.ne Ss Eat Tennessee... I'V Laae siiore tit Louisville Jc Nash, hli Memphis 'har. :" Mutiile Ohio n xh. a ciwt ; Aiked. -tUid. Naw York, January St. The stock market was more active and stronger to-day, there taking- more outside buying orders at the open intr than had been seen for months before, though they were confined to leading stocks. The sentiment on the street was more booe- f ill, and the bulls took hold with more cour age, while the bears, frightened by the favor able outlook, began to run on their shorts, and thus aided the general improvement. The statement of Delaware and Hudson was a marked stimulant to the bull feeling, and that stuck advanced materially, other coalers fol lowing. Keadiatf, while very active, was only firm throughout. Outside of the stocks men tioned, Gould stocks and t, Paul attracted uiaftt attention. Manhattan, on an attempt to cover, moved up harxlsoincly. while others gave evidence of uiort which has been lack ing for so long. St. Paul returned to the sec ondary place in the market, and though the interest iu the stock was second to none in the forenoon, its extreme fluctuation was only H per cent, for the day. The market was unusually active at the opeuing. which was tlriu to strong at advances ranging up to percent. The liet, uuler the lead ot u-lawani ami rluuoo. gatnecl steady, but after the first half hour dullness iuter- veud, and the advance made but slight pro- gress until near noon, wnen MantiatUin le rime a featute. Ijickawanua led the list in the afternoon, and apitrecistion in values cuo turned steadily, though the amount of busi ness done liecatne very small. The liest prices of the iluy were reucheil in many caaca at aliout 3 p. m.. tmt the market was firm throughout, and the close waa dull but Una t about the highest pnoea of the uay. Even thing ia higher to-uight. and Manhat- tjui is up X ucr cent Tennessee t.'oal P. lHia- are aud Ilu.ls4.ii 1 New Kngland I crcent and the remaimicr ii-actionui amounts. Cattan. Xiw York. January . Green at Cos report on cotton futures says: I be steady uudertiaie has lieen M4anewhaC mitre marked ti-day aud quite a little gain shown in the line of values. The aeneral movement of supplies at the South was moderate, with the markets all well sustained, but the most prominent omm feature was the cheerful feeling reported from Liverpool. This made the demand some what bolder to start with, and sulMeiiuciitly bad an Inaiwnce u aiarui Hicai snorts, am: created a covering call, especially on near months; thounh a-i.le from the latlr feature could not lie noticed continued ex ha tint for anv suriilua offering, as trsnigh the supplies wereuuickly being taken care of. Some i to & iMsnts gsin was etatiliihei, with the close quiet but steady, aud ottering careful." Nnr Yohk. janusrr SV. Cotton Net ceiuts. l.KW: t,ross, 2.-k.T ttjiea. Futures closed , ..rv t4HVZ Miles. 1" 1 o. Januarv, IU si" .liitKi: February. 10 633.10 88; Manh, if) 7j,10 T6; April. M solO SI ; May, Kt H.iiuO SU: ,'utie. b) KtirlUM : July. Iu (Mis pi 87: August. 10 UnvtlO I'M: Seitemls-r. Id bit, Id 61: tK-tober. Id l: "old it: November, S lO; lecemls-r, s.j,JU. UNew York, January 3B. Cotton dull wies, T: uplands, 10 11 1; Orleans, 10 13-lii; net receipts at all ports, i:t,sSl bales; exrts to Great Britain. HJilS; to France. ; to the t'otitiueut, tU,ll; U the t'hauuei. ; spick. b2,lul. LivsuPaU Janury Sv. t p. m. Cot. on fu- turva ; JaMtiarv. a ud. seller : January Fet-ruary. AO, seller; eiruary-Marcb. ft auiA. tiover: March-April, k t-ot. seih'r April-May. S Aic-CA, vsiue: .way-june, .-. feller; June-July, 5 AJ-s tsiyer; Juij-Auu.l, ft A, wller ; Augutf-eptemtjer, ft AK-SA. buyer. 1 utuitt cvmu nrm. O AI.VEKTO't, January -Cotton quiet; mid dhlig. lo; net receipt, 3(7; gross, "; sales. lit; sha-k. JU..11U; exporu coastwise. 4.111 exports to Great Britain. ; to the Con tinent. (.'!. to Frauce. . X ok folk. January Si Ctitton flna ; mid. diing. W 1-1 : net receipts, ?.ralea; grow, receipts ii stock. U,iMr, sales. IJiiii expisns to Great Britain, ; ooastwiae, ijjtsi. Baltiworc January SH ttoa easy; mid dling. Ii-v net receipt, aes; gross. aa ; a : st.a-k. 19-ati; exports to tireat Britain. oau.twi4e.jijf; to tue Continent, ; to France. : sales to cinuers, . Bostos, January 91 Cotton quiet; middling, H"4: net receipt. Sim grtws receipts sales. mate; stock. ; exuorta to Great Wii.ni!riro?t. January Hi t'otton steady middling 10 11-1S, net receipts 1 tiy, gross receipts lUK aaiea, none ; sttick. lA,3iU: exports coast wise, : exports to Great Britain -ts to the Oaitiaent, ; to A ranee. . PmLADExraiA. Januarv SK Cotton B mUiuiiiig to 11-1S; net receipts ioS: gr wrecetpta au. ; utoet, S.A3S: exporu to t.reat Britain. : eoastwiae. t to the Continent. ; ship ments. . SArAXSAB. January 21 Cotton teadr: mid dling, : net reutuiHs. SIS; itim, - - ; mies, sue ; stock. fCv ; ex porta cajHst- wise. ; to tn. Couuueur, ft, AJ : to Great Britain. ; to France . N r.w OSLEAXS. Januarv as -Cotton firm middang. sis; net receipts, 3.313: gna re ceipts. Mf. sales. l.Tju; atrak X;i.'; expiwts to threat liniaiu. .: p, the Couttoent, ; to France. : cuMtwise. . Mobile. Januarv as Cottow Arm mid. dliug. S 1 .lui; uet rei-eipt, al4 balea; gruas re eeilts, :1S ; auiea. LtJ; sts a. 4A.I-KS ; exports ciaistwlMe. I.UjO ; to Ureat Britain. : to the Continent, . Memphis. January . Cotton firm ; mid dling. U IS; net reuetia. tuft: rta receipts A.si: shipsaenla, 1.7JU ; .lock i;i.HLS ; soies to spinners. . Acocfta, January SV Os:rorj steady mlJ dlwg, 10; net rvccipta, wm ; gToas receipts. Z SaJcSa .TnB. CaAHf Jjeroa, January 3S -Cotton firm; mid- u.uis. ivj an rawpu W.J bales; grotfs re- h; acoca. .sl. ; exnona to t.mtt untain, : to the Continent. - to ranee. : cuaMwiac. . arkata. Cricaoo, January as. Very sons after the ttpening of the markets on -Change this ssorsv. uur we .-emr. appewreu to aase wheat and ptia, wouw im were atsrwe of atrwua-tu. witktoat much iwiawi. in before uoow the bemm weaaax waa tcky iu sii tkw psta. Vere wtw a I m LAND FOR (1 i MP -SOLE AGENT FOE St. Augustine and Palatka Railway Lands. Johns Railway Lands. St. -AGENT Florida Southern Railway Lands. Florida Commercial Go.'s Lands. St. Johns and Lake Eustis Railway- Lands. i OYER 3,000,000 ACRES, Located in nearly the State, suitable ing, Fruit and Vegetable Growing. CT'Pine, Cypress 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 Hot Visit Saint Augustine WITHOUT JOHN H. de30-ly REAL ESTATE ANASTASIA, Anastasia Island, Opposite St. Augustine. Lots in this new Summer Resort and sale. The St. Augustine and South lleach Kailway ana terry affords quick.ample and freqennt transportation to Anastasia and the Ocean Beach. No locality in the vicinity or t. Augustine an on is as many unmui. wjv&uuk iw buuui i dence as Anastasia and the great South Beach r ached by the SU Augustine and South Beach Kailwav. For plats. irices IS. I. K. CENTRAL WHARF, get back much of the stuff they had been sell ing, and there was of course quite a reaction in nces, tlM advance being- un ty provisuais. he market for mesa tM-k gave evidence at the start that it waa over-add. aud the aiuarta were anxious to corer. The tint sales for May were at 7-4 rents ad vance at It ffe. Tm-re waa fair selliug by the bear strty for a time, but tliese oBenngs were ansirnea so resuuv ana the price kept moving upward that the bears hernia U cover freely. ORerings were small. aud alsMit mitblay an advance to I4 67U waa nuemw-rl. After urgent iHiyers naa nilel up the market tie.-ame eaioer amt a twswio oivurred. last sule. being at HA-".? H..t 14. an ailvauce ot tlmut isa cents over yeateniay a close The largest loiurs were sellers alxive l4.r, and s gssi in n. v spreaila between strk 1 short riiis were Cksru cn. Ijht a-lvais-el ft cents, with light business. at ;-V.au. closing at 7 -.V. Stuart nil. were uuiet at t.v ana closca si r.Ttl. Wheat win fairly active, trading, however, w4 about all ioeal and largely of a scalping character. May started at Sli, sold dow u to sl- and as quickly retiirued to SI-. tMtveral leauing houses wee sellers, and considerable long w heat was brought out. .May clsx! at SlV'Wa. Lorn was quiet ana steauy. prices snowing but slight fluctuations, and trading was eou lined almost exclusively to local oiierRtom. there lieing a scarcity of outside businewi. May coru opened at A-a. sold ir to fts, advanceii in oympathy with pork to and clel at .W. Oais were nun aud teatureieaa ana the range in prices insiirmticant. Cash ipiotatxrtia were as follows: Tiour quiet and unchanged. No. t Spring Wheat, ;''cTVHi: No. a Spring Wheat, ; No. t reu. etlhWi- No. 2 AVwn. 47VA. No. X lots, a . Mews Pork. 14.13,sl4 3S. Lard. $7Jt7H Miort nil sides, liaso, $7.4iA. lry salted shoulders, boxed. Short clear sidea, oxed. IT.MII. Whisky, f L!;L Leading- futures closed aa follows: W neat January, : February, T5tk; March, : May, MH. Corn January. Kit fun r-, 4S&; March, ; May, M. at January. ; February, ; Ma, Sf'v. Mess Pork year. ; January, : Feo- Fet.ruary. $14 l-H : May. J14JO. Ijud Jan uary. : February. 7jr.. : May. I7.V-4. Snort Bilis January, ; February. JT.Ai : Varxh. ; Mar. S7 7a N rw Tork. January 9. 8aitneni Floor quiet common to fair extra. ft,Uii.J.!Ai; tmmI to chis fltlA. heat oplPiis silvam-ed H tf 4 cent early, knubng to moderate buainesJ; later 1- t au4 tt the iir.riemeiit. cloaiug, however. 'c!s-r at near the best; apt s shaie hurher but uuiet. particularly on export account; No. red. Jsuuurv. s-tyiJ: reb- ruar'. mFttf ' Mt, fiit. corn otIHns Ofiened Vti tn and lst H t- H cent hitrher. rHainrBrm: '. z January. sis: reb- rimry, dnsta'': May. Oats a shade bis her but only muucrateiv active: No- X. February. 3rvuJU: May, H"H; No- "P- mixea estern. uu, not uuiet sua un changed. Coffee spot fair Bio weak at 1714; options otiened to to Aa tsauta miner. c-Kwtng heavy, utwetf leu ana lower: ao. mo, Jan uary, f 14-4 . '14.su: FelM-uary. !3.ar.7S ; ur L'miI".?!!. Siurar dull and nominal n-nned dulL M4a-s iuil but In fair demand. Bice firm, t ottisa Seed mi quiet at ai lor crude; 'KA for mined, lioain quiet at ii ii. tw,. tzi . lurwnuiiriiuu at w.. ii I'wrm moJerateiy active. Wool quiet but steady ooomwUc deeca, zSIX i pulled. l.t UK latter cbotos; Texas, 14 tiAO. Pork in light request mew. fLVA. Beef dull. Beef hams dull at 17. Tierord Beef steady. Cut meats quiet but nm. Middlea nominai. Lartt cAoaea Weatern ateam steady: February t:il--7.S4: May. $7.7a,'.7j' Freights dull sad unchanged euttua. ld; grain. l.VL Naw OfALfLAJis. January SL Coffi Am ouiet and easier Bio eargues caSMawsi to prime, 1 '. i lH- Kiee is in trtxKl demand Louisiana oruinfcry to prime, svts iouob Sed Muducts ouiet out nm : miss ensts oil. awDPf yellow (oil. nominal, Sugar a suane hiKher LsMiiaiana ooew keftle. rime to etneuy pnme. ext ; iuuy lair. gMKl Lair. 4)i4: Ususiaaa centrifugals, chovce wbitsv. T-A: off whit. ! ehotee yellow w ciansM, ad , prima yeuow eUriMsd. w S-kS; em yntm e Ikvaaaav - SALE. MIT FOIi every County m for Farming1, Graz and Cedar Timber. 9 4B1.00 PElt ACKE, And Upward. for Sale in St. CALLING ON AUSTIN, North Side Plaza, St. Anzn-dlne. Fla. FOR SALE. residence Suburb are now offered for and terms, apply to BEAN, t. Alulalist, ti.OKiii.t. tie choice, .IWlil; strictly prime, .lAW.Ti; fair to roon lair. 1. aju ; gissi prime, zrutr. prime. rjitl; LouiHisna centrifugals, strictly pnmu to cliiace, "SJ.iJ4: prims to good prime, ltil; fair to good fair, liH. Syrup, 3lxJl. St. Loins. January SB. Flour quiet and easy. Whnt higher No. t red cash. WS4: Jaimsrv'. -: Feta-uary. W'V-'s n May. sve -'. orn nrm cam, 5 January, ; reisniary 4S, n. : May. I lata firm and higher .11, tfe'Vtf V , .niiaij, , ai'rt3-l : ary. ; May, Vbiakv steady at tUlK. Provisions st t;.lo-t.7 Li. I ronger. Pork. new. 8H.7V Lard, t' lo-t" l.i. Dry salt meats, boxed, shoulilcrs. S.T.ijjai long clear cmm; : clear nna. i.kw snort clear. fT.Ti. ItaciMi boxed shoulders, SS.fiOii: lig clear, .:ir: clear ribs, .4V ; Short clear. wiLMijtOTOff.jantiaryaS --Turpentine steady at 3. Bosin firm: atnuned, SO: gissl atrajMof. ro. i ar nrm at gi.iu. t rune j urpennne nrm; hard. HJ&K vtdlow dip. 12 ax vinrin. Cn a Rf.BSTow. January Turpentine nomi nal, with nothiug doing. Bxsun quiet irood atraiueu. so. Vataxhah. January 3S. Turpen tin. noth ing doiutf. ICosin steady at tlu&7. The Disaster or Oter-Zfal Xew Tork Star. Among the many admirable things left on record as sayings of Talleyrand- patriot, prince and cyme there i one the subtle depth of which the French alone best understand. Jlo iron de trie was the final vow of instructions he im pressed upon an ambitious young diplo mat he was sending to some Continental court as ambassaUor. lie knew his coun tryuien. xuu, wiuaa was mucn more un usual at that time for a Frenchman, he knew contemporary courts and peoples. uuitniuiiuuw mil 11 11 ih own countrymen had borne this simple admo nition iu minu, diss too much seal. 1 ranee would have en snared many of the disasters that Is-fell Iter after the coalition conquered the First Empire. It was .-sapoieoBS xe.u to mamtatn the prestige of his arrr.y after the Kussian disaster fiat ruined turn. lie was still master of fcurope m the winter of 1S14, when lie sat idle in Dresden, allowinir lieuernien 10 counsne the discordant UO er of Prussia. Kussu. Austria. 8 tit n and Eneland. It was the Kui peror zeal to rev sin the jjeigian provinces ! r ranee in 1S13 that brought bim to a et ruction st Waterloo. tiaa ne waueu a montn, or bad be at tended another army corrw from Lor raine, be could as easily hare overcome the English and Prussians combined at aterloo as b ha1 the dav before at Quartre Bras and Ligny. Again, on the decisive field, it was bis zeal to prove the aupemiriij 01 nia ustuuoni over the kjiglisn that lrnpelle.1 birn to charire ths. heights held by the British and their al lies rather than resort to the flank, as at Aurteriitx and agram. It was Bene- detti s over-zeal at Ems in that gave the trench into the very trap get for them by Bismarck, and it was Thiers' over-real in 1574 that deprived the lbs. publicans of the Presidency. It was over aeei on McMahoa's part in 1878 that en abled Cam bet ta to win it back, just aa unawinu m vicrtnu a lew Wfeki mi endsjigered the very existence of the re- pa ouc TMss) are a few of the striking iUusv ' - rat Wilis es vne a execs tu me ORANGE Health, Home, Prosperity. Greatest Bargains ever offered In - WELSHTON Good for Sixty Days Only. 20 Ten-Acre 20 TREES TO BE SET OCT WHEN SOLD. Five Hundred and Seventy-Six Four-Year Old Dummitt Grove Orange Trees, Cheap House and Durable Fence. Your Choice. Only - $500 - Only Ten-Acre Tracts, half of each Cleared, Grubbed and ready for Planting, and Cheap House. ONLY - $200 - ONLY Ten-Acre Tracts, Unimproved, High Pine, or Hammock Land ONLY - $100 - ONLY Xo Healthier Spot on F.artli. GrOOCX Cheap Orange I will furnish Actual Settlers Four Year Old Orange Trees Fine Va riety, for 10 cents apiece. Forty-Acre Tracts, $200. Free Cottages For the use of persons or families examining Land. Cottages for Sale or Rent Cheap. Cheap Lands. I am determined to build up WELSHTON, and PEOPLE, not present profit, is my MOTTO. Building Sites Free. Fine Building Sites Free to per sons putting up Residences. Personal Examination. Make a personal examination and you will be convinced WELSHTON is the place to locate. Character High, Rolling, Subsoil, high and Grass Lands, Lake Fme Sulphur Spring and excellent Well Water. WHITE b 'armers and Gardeners willing and ablelto work can purchase Homes on long time and pay for them in work or produce. Three years ago the wilderness: now it has sixty-five buildings, generally of a superior character, including a Hotel that cost $22,000. a Gothic School House (we have a $900; Depot and Railroad Eating House, cost ing $3,000; Church, Livery Stable, Stores, etc. Hotel Rates per Week, - - $8.00. Good Private Board, - - 4.00. For Circular or special information, Address, JOHN H. deSMxitd temperament that Talleyrand first pointed out in his compatriots. An inti- uiate knowledge oi me peopio sun ineir affairs discovers this ros-nity in all ranks and conditions. It is particularly manifest in civic olliclals. It is rattier the outcome of minds bent upon logical and complete demonstration, than mere impatience or uirticia!ity. The French man is, above an, a rationalist, lie rea sons everything by induction. Given certain phenomena, lie is hound to make the facts tit, and h has small considera tion for intervening circumstances. This isthecxolanation of the extraordinary incident" reported in the cable aU.tit the disgrace of toe civil magistrate, ineon. lie was intrusted Willi tne preliminary examination of the Wilson case. He was confident that the lT-ident's son-in-law is Kuilty for it is the theory and prac- ticeof trench jurisprudence that all men are sruilty until proved Wmiceiit and he set to work, like a mercenary de tective rather than a judicial agent, to make the guilt evident. Probably no where out of m novel of the Minerva school could such an incident be found aa the disjiatxhes describe. A judge personating another person at one end of a telephone tuid betraying a suspected ueraon into damaging admissKsns then loinina another culprit and plying him with wine over a luxurious dinner! No wonder his trvcr-xeal has brought him intodiaprace. Bat. as a matter of fact. Judge Vineon's conduct in this case is GROVE! FLA. - - III -20 Groves. range m 1 I rees. of Land. Pine Land, Clay low Hammock, Fronts, etc. I U UJLC-5C LABORERS WANTED site of "Welshtonjwas a model School), costing WELSH. WELSHTON FLORIDA not unusual in the criminal prac-tire of France. One of liulxitc'u most searching studies in the L'oiiioiJio llumaitju is based upou the excess of judicial r.eal of a mstfiMtrale. Pajrirat extorts a confes sion from a young man, the favorite of great iieoplo at court. Ilia avowal not only criminates himself, but involves a great ladv at court. Through his influ ence the keetor of the seals, the head of the French judicial system, hastens to have the document destroyed. But bt fore the culprit can l apprised, be kills himself in his cell. The magistrate, con scious of a great work, is summoned la, fore his suta rior, who complinier.U him on his skill, and sarcastically informs him that such real is too precious in the olllce to risk promotion, I'apinat is doomed to j miss the remainder of his life in the subordinate post all because or too much KeaL Mafcinr race at Lath Other. tliliago futer-Ounan. The Eastern press is calling large at tention to tho tnbospilahlM climate." They forget that every summer more people in New York city lose their lives from heat than those who perished from cold in the entire blixza.nl. A Sarvlns Of Kakbits. IIsrtfor4 post. The Australian su. plus is conjioscd of rabbits. ,