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THE DAILY NEWS -PAL. ATKA, FLORID A, SATURDAY MOBNING, JANUARY 28, 1883.
The Baint Augustine Department. The Daily News LOCAL UTTELLIGIDfOE. SmtAizesliiaDrtnent ST. AUUUSTLKE. FLA.. JAN. 28, 188. inta srKCIl- arttVICH wrr the &. Augtvtin and PaUttka tUt-Awiy THIS DAILY JlVs in mm atUivrmt in at. Anmuein at SIX (MLoClC KYLRY SIORXIXd Jt eept JIuwIam. thm furninhing to th resident 'id viMtan f tit. Auauntii. tit th fW.mutry IIAILV ME WHPAr Kit, nnritinn) (A. AfcWO flATKU rRKM IlwPAT.H:S. Irwlmlmrt eni ikiO.am. allwr . Al Gl rtlNS LOCAL. HKWHi on tewl aa u era.- nnuicr wmmu w 4k a t lUHT-t LAM DAILY JOlK.VAt. THK DAILY ItKtrS u-Ulhe delttmreii to tuheriler in St. A ittfutf.ne. t enrrier or mail, at th ft4Ltw0 rate : i Ar.... . .......... f g0 Sir month Tfcr. nunslfm... '. t t(M awe 25 ARTHUR Ton BOtAA-V. Phtprrtntnuhtnt nf Circulation, Corner Char mil anet BrUUit Street. ST. AUGDSTDiE ABYL1TISIM DEPABTIENT. TfTK DAILT IfEWS trill tnmert ST. AI O. TCSTiHiB AUVEHTISKMKJII!. in rtwpbiucd tyjw, Uher in it til. Aujumtine Adeertimiw Im MMtMnt r elsewhere in itaitprthino euiumwt, am may h detred,ft tunurt rate, matt "rumen m apiUtcitthm at th Itranch Omee; anii NPEC'IAI. HnriCCM ..tij .si A wnlMtiltm A lttrt.iilul Ite- mrtment at th rat of OA f i'.VT A H uHJ f A'o argument i needed to amir the Mrrrhant anADunrm3dtnnfSt.AHUiitln that the col umn uf THE DAILY AiVs iril furnh-h a medium far reaching the local yulAie much a hew have never beure enknteti. Opening and Closing1 mt the Malls. City Tlnae. HOKTH WAHtX. JSC ksoavllle anil points beyond. Arrives 11:15 a. m. . p. m. :2rt p. m. Closes .. '7:W a. m. ll:liVa. m. 3: p. m. Throuuh mail to and front tlw North. WSMTWARD AD HOITHWAHU. ' PalatKa and poinu beynnd. Arrive. Y.Vt p. m. 7:15 p. m. Clows . i:UU a. m. 3M p. m. Merr.Hel.1: Arrive. 1:A5 p. m.; Cloaea. 7:00 a. m. astTooot: Arrive. K:00 a. m.: Clones, 3-J1) p. m. Mt, AuiruotinM and Tomoka itatr: Arrlvea, Tulayi,Ttaursilays aud Saturday, fcOO p. m. Cltm. If uodara, Wednesdays and Fridays, fcUVa. m. HmT Oailxahix P. M. LOCAL. WItTHEK OBSXBTATIONS. HosrrTAi. Munci, V. A. A kmt, Hr. Thahvi Hahra Bt. AcouttTUi a, lix, January RACKS. st, ; a. m. ( c a 3 IE ' D. I p. m. "WuidT II 45 til :tu &. '&ol 1 w w w .. 4S Clear W Ciar 41 Ckntr Hlfhcct temperature, S3; lowest, 314; fur the pant twenty-tour hours. The amount of nuufall is riven In tnohes and hundredths. T. GitirriTH, Hoenital Stewanl. The Timet- Uh ion assures its rea.lers that "the businetta men of St. Augustine are indignant" at the treatment the T-U is receiving at the hands of Gen. Ik ntley and the tew-Uerald. The Time-Union is guessing. It relations with "the bus iness men of St. Augustine" are not of hat intimate character that would ena. ble it to judge therefrom as to their sen timenta. It is merely guessing. The irrepresible XtmeatThioM, made desperate by its numerous disasters in the Ancient City, circulates on our streets a hand-bill claiming to be the onyt newspaper in Florida taking the Auiorifttml Press, dutn&tchea. and that "the financial quotations, market reports Look out for the eclipse fat-day. UoL II. T. Bars, of Jacksonville, is registered at the Pone de Leon. Wouldn't a few loads of shell improve the stieet in front of th post office? Herr Dr. Kroncber, of Berlin. Ger many, is stopping at the Florida House. Mr. John E. Brooks's chooner-rigged yacht arrived in our harbor yesterday morning. Capt. . T. V. Koby, auditor of the lorida Railway and Navigation Com pany, is in the city. Messrs. E. N. Seip, and A. V. Mount, of Palatka, were among the arrivals at the Florida Iloude yesterday. Many parties are being made up for the always novel and delightful trip to Silver Spring and return via the St. Augustine and Palatka Railway. The beautiful the grand San Marco second in size and magnificance to the Ponce de Leon and the Casa Monica, and they, the grandest hotel in the world is fast filling with usual quota of season vfautors. Messrs. George II. McCabe and James McCloud, of New York, have taken up their old position among the guests of the Florida House. Paul Forma n, and Jos. Rowland, M. D., are alao snngly quartered at the same place. A constant reader of The Daily News desires us to suggest to the City Council that now would be a good time to erect a substantial fire proof building for the protection of the valuable steam fire en gine and other costly apparatus of the are department. The tenants of the Ponce de Leon Stu dio Buildings are busily engaged in pre paring for the occupancy of their re spective studios. Messrs. Seavey and Sliapleigb. of Boston, are daily expect ing the arrival of their effects, and the others are ready to move in as soon as the finishers are through with their work. Yesterday afternoon Tony Ximanies lost a lot of fencing and came near losing the building of his place in New Angus tine, which, only by a great exertion was saved. Later in the evening his dwelling house on Spanish street, caught fire from a defective fine, and but for prompt neighborly assistance a destruc tive contlagratiorrwouM have occurred. Mr. H. T. Fchladermundt, the artist who made the drawings for and super intended the execution of the fresco work on the Ponce de Leon rotunda and din ing room, leaves for New Yoi k tomor row, and will soon sail for Italy. He has made many sincere and permanent and sincere friends. here during his stay, who will always feel a deep interest in h i welfare, and wish him fame and for tune wherever he may be. A very pleasant social occurred at the Craddock House Thurspay evening, about a baker's dozen being present. Some charming music was rendered on the piano by Miss Diasy Fildes, of Mm ticello, and Miss Clara Moorey gave some readings in her usual pleasing manner; after which thejarty adjourned to the kitchen, where they pulled candy till a late hour. All voted it a very swe-t time. WHOLE SALE CROCEIiet. !UDWAE. CROCKERY. ETC T Mat. ESTATE FOR SALE. B. SMITH. CHAS. E. GAKD. C. J. VEDDER. 'UnrLJwLtC!? ANASTASIA, Anastasia Island, Opposite St. Augustine. Lota in this new Summer Resort and reaidMKw Suburb are now offered for sale. The St. Angustine and South Beach Railway and Ferry affords qukk.ample and freqeunt transportation to Anastasia and the Ocean Beach. No locality in the vicinity of St, Angmtins afford as many desirable advantage for suburban resi dence a Anastasia and the great South Beach reached by tue Su Augutin and South Beach Railway. For plau. prices and terms, apply to M. K. BEAN, CENTRAL WHARF, ST. ATGUSTINE. FLORIDA. Jaau-lia LAND FOR (ALE. nn rvn lallii H n rvn lJp W. LYON fc CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS AND DEALERS IX HARDWARE. CROCKERY, BUILDING MATERIAL, ETC. Lyon Building, St. Augustine, Fla. delltJmo SOLE AGENT FOR St. Augustine and Palatka Railway Lands. St. Johns Railway Xands. AGENT FOR si i . .i n -ma aad weekly trade reviews of the Associ- eng&ged in Uying the tile floor m publii in" its columns. If it were not so trans parent and bare-faced a misrepresenta tion, refuting itself, its mendacity would be exasperating. A BAD LOT. "Professor" Brown Captured fall of Ballet Holes. The negro Joe Brown, alias Professor Brown, who shot at Acting Marshal Sa ba te, Thursday, was captured yesterday morning about daylight about twelve or thirteen miles from the city, by officer Andreu. He was found restirg by a wayside fire, and the officer's attention was first called to him by seeing him sit up to put wood on the fire. He was brought over into the city on a wagon about 11 o'clock yesterday, and taken to police headquarters, where medical aid was summone J, and Coroner Mac Williams took his ante mortem state ment, the attending physician. Dr. Alexander, declaring his wounds were fatal. THE FRISOXEK'g STATEMENT. The prisoner said: "I was walking on the railroad last night about dark, six or eight miles from the city. I had a pair of shoes in one hand, and my coat over my arm with my pistol in my coat pock ety A big white man with a double. . barreled breech loading shot gun came to ward me, and told me to throw up my hands. I threw up my hands and dropped everything I had. When the man fired I fell to the ground. I thoughf to myself this man is going to kill me, I will protect myself, and picked my pistol up from the ground where it had fallen out of my coat, and pointed it at him, y and told him to put up his gun, and fired my pistoL He then fired the other bar rel and called another roan. They told me to come with them and took me a little way and then left me." It was reported that he had assaulted a section man's wife. On being asked about that he replied "I did not. I had five cents in my pocket and went to the . section man's wife and asked her if she would give me five cents' worth of souie thing to eat. She asked me if I had any change. I vaid I have five cents. She gave nwa something and I went on." On being asked if any of the officers , shot at htm he said "No, they did not. The man was fully identified as the man who shot at Marshal Sabate Thurs day. Many rumors are in circulation as to the manner in which Brown came to . be wounded. By some it in said that he was a companion of the negro who as saulted and robbed Mrs. Mickler, at Pur bin station. Others say that be has been engaged in various disreputable affairs, including the firing of a load of bird " sh jt at a gang of section hands on the railroad not long ago. . Brown's condition late last evening was reported by the city physician, Dr, Alexander, as being criticaL. the Sala del Sol, or Sun Parlor. It is of beautiful desiam in several colors. The mantels for the ladies parlor have ar rived and will be put in place next week. They are made of black walnut very elaborately carved. The terminal col umn at either end, the termfnus of which, representing tvsatyr upholds the mantle, are especially rich in detail and ex pression. The magnificent monarch parlor ob servation car Yuiir, running on the St, Augustine and Palatka Railway, is a great favorite with the traveling public. and Capt. Jarvis, the general superin tendent, i daily blessed for his foresight in securing this great convenience for his line. This road is heavily patronized during the tourist season, being the only direct route to the southern and south western portions of the State from St, Augustine. Judge Mac Williams has removed his office from the Custom House building to Missnn's new building, on St. George street. Ilia room is No. 2, directly at the head of the stairway, and is one of the pleasantest offices in the city. It has a large mullioned window opening on an ample baiconr overhanging t. George street. The Judge will have no difficulty in "tempering justice with mercy" in such pleasant quarters; and it may even be expected that wrong-doers will rather like being tried for their mis deeds before the genial Judge, in such a nice, neat and cheerful temple of justice. Toshach received yesterday a fine lot of red snappers, smelts, scallops, shad, terrapin, green turtles and other good things. St. Augustine's guests live on the A Total Wreck. The schooner Hickman, which got aground on the lower bar yesterday morning, sprang a leak and filled, almost immediately. Attempts were made yes terday to save a portion of her cargo ith lighters, but without much suc cess, and it is beuevea tne cargo wui oe almost a total loss. It is believed tliat most of the cargo is insured. Mr. Ellis, of Jacksonville, the underwriters' agent. came over to make an inspection and survey yesterday. A Jannt j Craft. The schooner-rigged yacht Montauk, W. IL Smith, master, belonging to Mr. John E. Brooks, of New York, arrived in the harbor yesterday, having left Charleston Tuesday and Tybew Thurs day. The Montauk is one of the most gracefully modelled and thoroughly equipped vessels of its class afloat, and is noted for her speed. She registers eighty-seven tons and a fraction, and is luxuriously fitted up for the comfort and convenience of her owner, who is abroad, and a party of friends who are expected here in a few days. The Montauk wnl cruise this winter in Florid and West Indian waters. Chorea Directory. Presbyterian St. George street, near TTnitud States Barracks Services: morn- 10:30 aw m. : evening, 0 p. ra in th church instead of the cnapeu Sunday school, S p. m.; prayer meeting, Wednesday evening at chapel opposite Ponce da Leon Hotel, W P- StnnfVtrrt fnae. TTaw K4VT. Edwin I t- r...i ii . r . i AU.UVU, I '..I A MAWjtDl A ner St. Geyrge and St, Uypolita streets. Methodist Episcopal Grace Church, St, Hypolita street, near Cordova. Services: morning, 10:30 p. m.; evening, 7: p. m. ; Sunday school, 9 p. m.; prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Standard time. The Rev. C. C. Mc Lean, pastor. Roman Catholic Temporarily at the chapel of St. Joseph's Convent, St. George street. Sunday services: first ma, 6:30 a. m.; second mass, 8:30 a. in.; high mass, with sermon, 10 a. m.; cate chism, 3 p.m.; vesper, 4 p. m. Daily , mass, 6 and 6:30 a. m. Standard time. Father D. Bottolaccio officiating, with Father Pace alternate Sundays. Baptist Opera House Hall. Services: morning, 11 a. m.; evening, (:p. m.; Sunday school, 9 a. m. City time. Prayer meeting, Thursday eve, 7 p. m., followed by study of International Sun day School Lesson. Communion first Sunday in each month. The Rev. II. M. King, pastor. Episcopal Trinity Church, south side of Piaza. Services: Morning, 10:30 a. m.; evening, 7:30 p. m. Sunday school. 3: p. r m. Standard time. The Rev. Edward L. Drown, rector. COLORED CHURCHES. Methodit TrinityjChurch, St. George street. Services: Morning; Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. ; afternoon, preaching, 3:30 p.m.; evening, preaching, 7:30 p. m. ; prayer meeting, Tuesdays, 7:30 p. m.; class meeting, Thursdays, 7-50 p. m. Citj time. Rev. J. G. Howard, pastor. Baptist Missionary Church, Church street, Lincolnvule. Services: Morn ing, 11 a. in.; evening, 8 p. m.; Sunday school, 9 a. m.; prayer meeting, I uesaays, o p. m.; preaching, Thursdays 8 p. m. Local time. The first and last Fridays of each month the Church Society of Love and Charity meets in the church. Rev. D. Scott, pastor. Methodist St, Paul's Chapel, Wash ington street, Lincolnville, Ser vices: Morning," 11 a. m.; even ing. 3 p. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school 9 a. m. Tuesdays, class-meeting, 7:30 p. m. Weilnesdavs. teachers" meeting, 7:30 p. m.; inursuays, preacmng, u p. m. Standard time. Official meeting every second Sunday in each month. Sisters' Benevolent Society meets at the parson- acre on the 18th of each month. Rev. T. Hickenhottom. pastor. Baptist New ' 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- tag 7:30 p. m. ; Thursdays, preaching, 7:30 p. m. Standard time. Rev. B. D. O'Neal, pastor. Baptist St. Mary's Church, Washing ton street, Lincolnville. Services: Morn ing, 11 a. m.; evening 8 p. m.; Sunday school, 9 a. m. Rev.- C. Colman, pas tor. Good Enough for Every Day, The following is a sample of an ordi nary every-day bill of fare for dinner at the Florida Houa It is "good enough for anybody." socr. Ria. an Lalt d'Amandee. Scotch Broth, a la Mviuane. risa. SheeiMhe J. a la Stanley. Potatoes, atursL OILXD. Leg-of Southdown Muttiro. Caper Sauce, Corn Beef and Cabbaire. Baked Country Chicken, Celeiy Sauce, no AST. Kibe of w fork Beef. Vermont Turkey, tranoerry cauw. Lolnof Veal. Tomato Sauce, Loin of Pork. Apple gauce. Philadelphia; J. F. Dane. Boston; Mrs. Kins Upton, child and maid. SaUeui. Mass.: Kay A lie man, Jacksonville: John C Harnett, rrina field. U: Mrs. K. Kumeil. London: Dr. WiilUin Canute. V. A. Walker, Philadelphia: T. D. Per nn, Cinotonati; N. I- Clement and wife, Chl caifo; Mr. and Mrs. Koawell Smith, New Vork; Mr. and Mrs. George loner. Jr Monu-lair. N. W. L. Head, lianiror: Kohert W. Simm. Jacksonville); JiMeph Minn, Malcolm r-tuart. imvm rouum, mw E. riiitum, .ev l or: m. L. otrlesnv. Alaoama: Ibarie E. Hill. Brook lyn: Kct. Edward C. Hill, r'airbauit, Minn.; John D. Maclemans. loronto: A. K. Madonald. rt. Johns, N. 11.: C.eiTsfe Wilkinson. Minnesota: L. Lowil, New lork; . D. Kohtnaon. Mm Geie Sanford, Jacksonville; R. M. Molomon, Caarleaton. . C; Mr. M. EL Smith and daugh ter. P. W. Koiinon, wife and aLuer. H. T. Baya. Jacksonville; Rosaert, Milwaukee. 'lrlda Bern, Mi C 8. Guinea. Mbs M. F. Dav. Manafleld: W. II. Burt, J. YVannertnacher. Mr. and Mrs. it ebMter. J. f. ru-y mond and wiro, tw York; Herr Kroncher. -St. D.. Morton: Henry B. Cot ter. Mm. A. E. Koicer. Florida; John C. Har nett. Suriurneld: P. H. tlwill and wife. Mwm- sippi; 8. W. Trowhridire. Bton; . H. Buawrt. Milwaukee; II. I'. Met lair. J. L. Pile. Lebanon: Jouast lark. Mm. t'. E. llaica, ft, Louis; 11. 11. Kutnerfurd, ivnoxvule. Mas-wells. F L. E.lire and wife. Baltimore: a. D. Ack- erly, A. Brune, P. Bettel and wife, E. E. Bettel. I. Townaeml. .Vw Vork: w. rL Arnold. Savannah, Plortda and ""wtern Hallway: J. W. Smith and wife. Haluax: Mr. V. UllM. II. IV B-oet. Philadeiobia: Major I. 8. Ollbert. Oilliert. vUle. . 1.: J. Bri.ton. J, ksonriile; Mrs. llHrry iiaioer ana ctuid. ciucinnau: Henry MclKiu- ald. Atlanta. SPECIAL NOTICES. Florida Southern Railway Lands. Florida Commercial Co.'s Lauds. St. 'Johns and Lake Eustis Railway Lands. OVER 3,080,000 ACRES, Located in nearly every County in the State, suitable for Farming', Graz ing-, Fruit and Vegetable Growing. ETPine, Cypress and Cedar Timber. PRIC $1.00 PEIt ACHE, And Upward. Emanuel Brothers are offering t5,00O worth of Dry Goods from their South Carolina store, regardless of cost. Call and secure bargains. jit'23-tf Children's Cloaks for tl each at Hahin, Abbott & Co. s. laW-tf For Sale. Race Mare. For call on or address, gustine. rice and pedigree L Oliveros, St. Au- ja-tf Special prices on Ladies' Jackets and Wraps at Sabin, AtlK-tt & Co.'s. ja-tf The Mandolin. !snn eiven on t!i alxive bv Profes sor Uus. Wagner, Joyces LtrciieHtra. I'once le Leon. Apply at Sulzner'o Music Store. iaC'i-tf Orange Groves, City and Sea Beach Lots, Vegetable and Fruit Farms, Improved City and Suburban Prop erty . Rineaiber SuLin, Abbott A Co. Lave the largest assortment of Uoods in every department, and vou can find what you want there as cheap or cheaper than any other house in the citv. ja-J-tf Nuts! Nats! Nuts! J. M. Webb cfc Co.. near City Gates St. George streeet, in addition to their larce box trade in Choice Oranges ana tUeir constantly fresli stock of Veg etables, will have this week a stdnd;d assortment of Western Nuts, Sheilbarks, Butternuts, Black Walnuts, Chestnuts, Hazelnuts, etc. Come and see them ! ja-tf U 1 Uf Air lj 1 For some of the largest and most desirable Private Es tates oftered for Sale in St. as Augustine. Removal. Imrraham's Paint and Oil Store has been removed to the Lyon Block, on St. George street, south of the post othce. aes-ir Do Not Visit Saint Augustine Without calling on Visitors! Go to Central Wharf for the Best Oysters! Stews, Frier nd on Half SheLL Fresh from Sava X C. Toshach. -s dell-tf JOHN H. AUSTIN, de30-ly North Side Plaza, St, Aarnstlae. Fla. Sha Toshach is now receiving daily a full sudpIv of rreh Shad, lelepnone cat No. 30. Send your orders. delO tf UNDERTAKERS HOTELS. HOTEL SAN MiRCO, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. t and mavnlflcent hnteL complete in all its apooiutmentu, and with all the comfort, and luiurm of a ttrst-ciaM hotel. Accommodate live hundred aneata. Situated near the oldcity rate, oppoaite the Old Port, on tne moat eievaicu ane iu me vikj, niamiuuc an uninterruptei new ot ineoman A1NSL1E MctilLVKAY. Mra. COLD DISHES. Mutton. Chicken. Tonrue. Suirar Cured Ham. Roast Reef. irar Cured Ham. rinmio '-oo-v. Tmh CralM. Chicken Salad. lxootcr Miao, tioneu ruraey, en ueiee. SkLJbtHSa. Apple Sauce. Chow Chow. Horse lunsn, biiwn tilive. Celery. Kadi be. Cranberry Sauce, Tomato Catsup. U-1 luce. w orvetterEure rauce, ciM:e iwB.w, M hue uoions. IVTKKCS. Calves' Head, en Marinade. Chart ralne. Pinnona ol Turkey, rricaseea win ujmw Oranjfe prittera, ila-e. au Sucre. DDU1UWT Ol UU1U, -,... CAMS. Haunch of Venison. Poivrau Sauce. VBOCTABUES. Boiled White Potatoea. Mashed Potatoea, Baked Sweet rotatoe. but, biw hitwi Cauliflower, Ey Plant, Parsnips. tatoae. rASTBV AD DCSSBRT. Cabinet Pudding-. Wine Sauce. Afpl Pe. Ituvarmn en t.eiee, reach Pie. Jelly Roll. VanUIa Drops. Assorted Nuta. Rahrina, Young- America and fcins tawe. Cra-kera. Oramre. Apple. ' Banana. I fa. . , Cream. Olace, au Citron. MaUut Crapes. TBCRSOAT. JAXtrilT SS. AONOLI A, On the St. Jobmv River. Fla. Maa-nolia Hotel Cottasea and spring. N'E of the healthies and most charm in V location, in tne soutn. pituatci uo mvu around, with an exten-led rantreof water view, milt, from Jm k'Ov ille lv water or rail, fure water; perieci unonaire. n"" like in all it arrang-ementa. Accommodate two hundred gmesu. Fruit and frth veire tahlea from the rardens. and pure milk from the dairy. The famous mineral spring- on ho wim.ia .-onfain vi lualilc medicinal uuai- lties. ana m uottitiu iw mujjium hi w aYxs'lIE. McGILVRAV A GOODWTV. Mgra. JaiT-tmbl STKEEPER Si COMPANY. Undertakers! UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES. a stock of Wood and Metallic Canes and Caskets; also Burial Robes, eux, con stantly on hand. Embalming a Specialty, (TWEXTT TEARS EIFERIEXCE.) CPHOLmmU AID ElPililia EEfimUT. Old Furniture carefully and skill full v. Re paired and made new tu-lr HOTEL ASSIVALS. r TV. rviOw Vm a th nulitneirevaver is the 1 nit rd state that puhiiehem the orrtral at th SI. UtftMtMM soUla.) Peace da Uss. We W. TH. Xichota. Atlanta; Mrs. J. H. Ms- C.innis, JackaonvUle: Mr. and Mr. J. L buJi Kentucky; Juna . unnnuiviiM, " dmuvhter. Pt Louis: W. J- Mr. and M ra. R. I. Buchanan. ew lori; i - J- jw. nuu- uniu.ni M clrnM. Hut K- M. Oretrif. Wiminftuo, uet nmjMi" r l- -r-"1 IL. Feaee. M tv sunns . vu, irkv, - WUluuns, J. P. Purdy. Sew Tork; A. A. Repka. BoatoBK R. IX IMinn, MsyrKft, Flav; B. L. Hvurhea. JackannvlUe; 1 una uet-ew ana wiie, TuuuTlirlVw, Jr, Nyack. N. Y.: W. L. tieer. T. T. Stnvthe. New York; Ilyht A. Jones. Cbjsrws M. cupia, uswwun, '"'-" LooAoa; l udwia- Clasann, C. W. Chapin, C. S. Muiksn. H. C Ward, Mew Tork; Mai J. W. Ha!oy7baiMd Saatas Amr, H-. K. Oanaack, THIS HAGUOLIA, St. Augustine, Fla. Wrtotly s ttrst-clast Family Hotel, centrally located near the Old Fort, the Fhua, City Gates, Sea Wall and Post Office. Hirbeat ele vation In the city. Sanitary conditions per fect. Sewerage to the sea, and flushed by ar tesian welj. Special rau by the week, accord ing to location of room snd length of stay. W. W. rainier, Proprietar. jaia-am - Tho Florida Uouso SL Amutiie's Famrits Hotel. OPEJt FOB Till ASO!l Tn1r .Yw, mM m.iuintfiit aa last vear. On St. Oeonre P-tre. t. ,Kie lilock from the Plaza. Finest views of harbor and ocean in um ntv. (Aim f M-t .1. lunnr Hmuui. richly fur nished, rmiurt and Ian tnnu courts for eueata. Steam heaters and electric bells throua-hnut. Newly painted sad thoroughly rvaovaieo. 0BASGE quotations. Sueelui to th Palatka JTtim. Jacksonville. January .The rouow ing are the auotstkma of to-day's sale bv the Florida Auction aad l ocwaraing jompwy: Choice Rrisbts r r? I TUuJl l 1 A&l as Ma a. General Manag-er. Britrhta . W noklen Russets '"-f tl Ruaaeta A. 8. $.1 TV7t4 00 per tKix ..... sot -"... 3 is 4, ISO " 1 2v,a tu " - a. M Florida PaciT F.xch a som. jAcaaoaviLLB. January M Strk-tly Fancy Choice Rrighla .. Ordinary BHgbts. hoM-e Russeta I T 1 VS. Commoo Kuaseta - a. uiiut auntatioos apply only to sues ir ss is strictly Fancy, choice and well packed. w.M h fruit at arriving at oesunauon uauij decayed, owing no doubt to the unfavorable cooditioa of the weather. The weather to the west for tne past tnree weeks has been unusually sola, lnienenng erioualy with shipments and sales, causing conaHlerable delay. Foreign fruit in tramrt hi reportea aa L:::::::::::v:::-:::::::::inss To arrive at New Tot-. Boston. Philadelphia. Baltimore and New unease di rc"" Itoapsctfully. A. M. ivaa. onr m-a..- asstaa. eil Prilatf hM KtiC. nuotatMioe lur a - Rri.ht. Good Counts. buow Russets A. A, Kksdalu THE CUISINE UNEXCELLED ! feS4-tf C F. BECK, ProprieUr. q-alte a Calamity. Louiarille Commercial. Brother Mood is on a strike aeainet the Sunday papers. This is a very mild sort of calamit t compared to what would happen if th papers were to strike against Brother Moody. Honey to Loan . m www snr R rvVT. INTEREST AND A Commlsilaat, on Florids Improvsd and nroductive proveTT-ln "-J," Apply to RankoiSevtUa. Peville. t Uwpida la ttrit si plM - weaeribs the security i fuiiy as possible. a. F. KOiuaauAe UtbStNS 1HKI UJiMH IX TDanger oIxIFEl IS A LINIMENT PERFECTLY HAP.MIESS AmtO SHOULD BE USED A ELM MONTNS.0fOme CONFINE WEN T. bend won book TO MOTHERS . aTiFIFJ n'REGUtATQR Co J ATLAMTA.GA. ' M OUivSI RR0VES. Health, Home, Prosperity. .rOs, Greatest Bargains ever offered in - - mm, fla. - - a Good for Sixty Days Only. 20 SO -20 Safety Cars. New Orleans Times-Democrat- A collision which was reported some days ago as having occurred near Pitts burg, indicates at least a possibility that the era of railway disasters of the worst tvps may be drawing to a close. A Pennsylvania limited vestibule train traveling at full speed, crashed into i heavy freight train. Though the engf neers and firemen managed to escape destruction, the locomotives were smashed to atoms; but of the passenger on tne vesuDuia train not one sustained any injury worth tnentionirsc. and a good rnany of them did not know for some time after the collision thst the stoppage of the train was due to any unusual oc currence. Most of th passengers, who were asleep in their berths, were awak ened by the crash, bat "not t her wise disturbed." Finally, the cars themselves received such insignificant injuries that aa soon as the track was cleared they were able to proceed to their destina tion. It is just possible that this remarkable imniumtv from serious damage enjoyed by both passengers and cars may be due mainly to good luck. But on tle face of it the case looks differently. There are the beat reasons to believe that if the passenger train had been composed of the ordinary class of cars, the collision would have resulted in a disaster of the kind with which we ars only too famil iar. There would have been a telecxr- ing of some of the cars, a general derail ment and upset, followed by a conflagra Uon and heavy joss of life. Lsut tuts train consisted of vestibule ears, and though it collided with freight train with suf ficient violence to break both engines to ; peaces, it was not thrown irotn the track, Ten-Acre Orange Groves. TKF.ES TO BE f-LT OUT WHEN SOLO. Five Hundred and Seventy-Six Four-Year Old Dummitt Grovo 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 No Healthier Spot on Earth. Grood Titles I Cheap Orango Trees. I will furnish Actual Settlers Four Year Old Orange Trees Fine Va riety, for 10 cents apiece. Forty-AcreTracts, $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 WELSHTON, - and PEOPLE, present profit, is my MOTTO. Building Sites Froo. Fine Building Sites Free to sons putting up ixesidences. Personal Examination. Make a personal examination and you will be convinced .WELSHTON is the place to locate. Gharasforof Land. Hierh. Rollins:, Pine Land, Clay Subsoil, high and low Hammock, Grass Lands, Lake Fronts, etc. Fine Sulnhur Spring and excellent Well Water. WHITE LABORERS WANTED Farmers and Gardeners willing and ablo'to work can purchase Homes on long time and pay for them in work or produce. Three years ago the site of Welsh ton'was a wilderness; now it has sixty-five buildings, generally of a superior character, including a Hotel that cost $22,000, a Gothic School House Cwe have a model School), costinr: $900; Depot and Railroad Eating House, cost ing $3,000; Church, Livery Stable, Stores, etc. Hotel Kates per Week, - - $8.00. Good Private Board, - - 4.00. rFor Circular or special information Address, JOHN H. WELSH, up not per- deSO-AStd WELSHTON FLORIDA the cars were not injured and the ia sengers hardly disturbed. If it can be liwwa ttiat so exceptional an occurrence was attributable to the character of the cars couijNMtijig the paaaemger train, a general adoption of vestibule cars will soon become neces sary, and the railreads that are tie first to employ these safety cars for all cl tares of passenger trallic will be likely to score heavily against their rivals. . J. BEACH & SON Nurserymen PAfATKA ftVAVaV. Mranre, If True Xew Tork Kveuina- World. A well-known artist of this city tells a story which will be of iuu-reat to any one fond of pevebical in veati cation, lis was sitting in his sleeping cliamber htte at night reading a French novel, wlien his wife, who had retired come hours be fore, suddenly awoke and related a dream which she had just had. The dream was an exact cotinterjsxrt ven to details Kf the plot bf the novel, which the lady had never read. ' Mr. V. CoTerdafe, Late pbecentok of bevkrly mis- stcb. Enaiand, U bow prepared to fcive lessons la both Vocal su4 lattru mental Miiata. Will also tuns anl repair all kinds of Mustual Io itromtau. Forty years' oix-rUorw. P. O. Address, MaaavlUs, Fla. 4ui ismoaodaw A LI. fX cli Bute. FHl'ITM OKOWM sriTKD TO TBI t v lAUUUsrue free. A. N. EDWARDS & CO. DEALERS tM Fine Wines, Liquors and Beers, Imported and DometIe Cigar. IJILIlARlTTARLORS TBI. BAR IH r-ttOVHilD WITH A IX TUB twt atMieaaunea, anl I ree:ll over bj aa seefmi luliel MIttnsL Tbe mtr '.. ot tle fiuMM! I. rMM-tf ullr isouullwd. aTnUM4 order pnawrved at all times. . Watr htreet. Hart Blekt Palatka. sasa-tf fat of tikm land.