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Title: The Daily sun and press
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Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Sun and Press Print. and Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 11, 1880
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General Note: Description based on: New ser. vol. 1, no. 4 (June 16, 1877).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Preceded by: Daily sun (Jacksonville, Fla. )
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DRY GOODS AND CARPETS



OFFERED AT EXCEEDINGLY LOW FIGURES AT THE E







F~urchgott, Benedict k Co.


OF SILKS AND
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'NEW SERIES-VOL. HI. No. 160


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COHEN BROTHERS'





Popular Dry Goods House.






GREAT SALE OF 8T .K AND OASBHTRO,

GREAT SALE OF SILKS AND C AHMKKt8,

GREAT SALE OF STTIM AND OASB RlER


FOR TEN DAYS ONYq

FOR TEN DA ONLY9

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JAUARif 11,


1880.


FOR PRESIDENT:
r// TJLYSS1ES M. GRAN*,
OF ILLINOJ, i?
FOR VICE-PRESIDENT:

OF FLORIDA.

THK SPOPIPOKLD-KELLOGG CASE.
Telegraph to THz SUi #AND PRIB ['
SASIIENO;TON, Janusary 10.-The
cogimmuee on priileges fnd elec-
W uf ord-RAlo15j case
witness called was
ker of this city,
rebuttal of the
Williams, who
ub-committee in
conducted r
for's oo0m
ght Of June
lonei t ere a
long time, a fat k b uee an
envelope aining -five one
hundred doll, r bills vwh. /'distributed
equally among_ tile i witnesses.
Vaush tesilfed he occupied th4%jroomt.
adjoining Kellogg's on Oie nihbt ftI
question; thlift there wasgi comcJn
door between his rooni and-.NLhO.(
lo'gn's, which was usually open; thtat be
was in and out of Kellogg' quently before midnight,anrd that from 12
o'clock until half-past 1 in the morning.
He was ih Kellogg's parlor coo versilng
unioterruptedf, and- that he was positive
neither Williams nor the five witnesses
were in Kellogg's room up to 1:30; and
moreover he believed they could not
have visited Kellogg's rooms after that
b 0hfll', "without his knowing it. After
the examination of Walsh, Judge Mer-
riek declined to allow witness to be dis-
charged until after Mr. Walker, his a.s-
sociate counsel, now on his way to
Washington from New Orleans, shall,
have had an opportunity to cross-ex-
amine the witness. The committee,
postponed taking further testimony un-
til Monday.


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was easily won by Gabriel, Lucky
second, Santuc third; time 1.54,3.
-second beat was warmly contested
Gabriel and Lucky Hit, the la
running Gabriel closely at first,
Gabriel won the heal and race
1.5414.
The hatch race for $250 a side'
won by the favorite Picnic, defea
Robert Emmit in 2:11.
The trotting race for Augusta hor
best three in five heat$, waas-wo by
Moody in three straight heats; time 3
3 :21, 3:0 3 i +
The chime racing this week was
interesting and added much to the s[
,The attendance of ladies was fine
great satisfaction at4he sport was
H-.e-ssed. ..

fOUBLK IN THE MXINNG rDISTRa
gy ltelegraph to THE Su AND PRESS.
++- ; V 1
Troubled' h" been brewing for s
time among the miners of the Kana
valley, over the question of wages
employmuel. SIx weeks ago the tro
ooiktmo d in strikes at various mi
"U employes of Anstedt mine,
l^j',, -Nest, however, went to w
M OLtofthe coal miners in the KE
WvA VaVUey and Now River sect
hbv*o bded together in a secret lea;
WWall the.Knights of Labor, and sent
worJ that w6:rt at Anstedt must
Stopped, peaceably, if possible, fore
if necessary. Thursday evening at
100 miners seized the east-bound t
on the Chesapeake Railroad and fo
thegconductor to let them ride fret
the scene of operations, and in
morning about 150 repeated this tc
with the down train from Riclimc
Thus the striking miners were abl(
muster a force of 500 men, and
timidate the employes and owner
the' Anstedt mines. The Lewisb
and Charleston companies have 1
ordered tW hold themselves in read
but will n6t be called upon unless 0


++ ++ ++ .+_ ........ ...^
Hit THE MAINE MUDDLE. Groceries and Provisions.
The 6.IaVtPOOL, January 10-Noon-- Lard 40s
I. by ad. Long Clear Middles 36s@6d.. Short Clear
b y --- s. "
Ater WHAT GOV. GARGELON'l COUNSEL ADgfR. LONDON, January 10-3:30 y. m.-Sugar-South-
but ern Cuba, centrifugal, polprizing, 96i degrees,
a in 28s 6d@29s.
Not a Republican to be Seated If He LIVERPOOL, January 10-4 p. m.-Turpentine
was Can be Excluded on Lexal Grounds. 34s. 3d.'
ChambeTw~rlain Imurs the NzwW YORx. January 10.-tFlour dull. Wheat
linghmdull. Corn dull. Pork dthe at $12. 75. Lard
Arms to Bangor. firm at $8.08.. Turpentifte 46. Rosin $1.65.
Freights quiet.
rses, BALTIMORE, January 10. Flour quiet ;
Bill By Telegraph to THE SUN AND PaRs6. Howard street and wester* superfine, $5.00(0
5.50; extra, $5 75@1.SS; faaiily $6.75Q7.50; city
*:1o, BOSTON. January 10.-The Journal's mills superfine $5.0055.50; extra', $5.75Q6.25:
Augusta dispatch says there were but family, $7.00@7.75; Rio brands, $7.50@7.75;
Patapsco family $8.25. Sonb~rn Wheat quiet
very fifty-foar members in their seats when with a light supply ; Westr+ steady ; smith-
port. the house was called to order. The Re- ern red, $1.3501.40; ambe $1.45(a148: No. I
and publicans were all absent. At 9:20 a. Maryland red, 31.48@1,49; No. 2 westo-n winter
lI rd, spot, January delivery, $1.47%; February
ex- m. the house adjourned to Monday. In delivery, $1.511.51Y; Maich delivery, $1.55X
the senate a resolution was adopted pro- 1.54%; April delivery, $1.57@1.57%. Corn-
Southern firm; western flri4 for spots; futures
:CS. riding for a committee on state'valua-eier; southern white60; ydlowr571/.
tion. Mr. Locke objected to the ap- __ _
pointment of such a committee when EVEIzvKNGRo B ,RT.1
,,, the efties 'ere nor rein'eea 10% k L 4r'-- u ^ -


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D R. BROOKINS,
D)EITTIST,
After an absence of some months resumes practice
at No. 39 West Bay street, Baldwin's Block, room 12,
up .tairs. Office hours 8 a. m. to I p. m..2 to 5
p. m. dec3i-1m
B AY STREET GROCERY
:Fcn ., aAk-r.1--,
LOCATION GOOD. RENT MODERAT E.
dec24 Address P. 0. BOX 995.
Notice
S HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE UNDER'
signed will apply on the 31st day of January
A. D. 1880, to the Honorable Board of Pardons of
the State of Florida for a pardon and restoration
to civil rights, he having been convicted on a
charge of embezzlement and larceny at the fall
term of the Circuit Court for the county of Du-
val, in the year 1873. WILLIAM GREEKN.
Tallahassee, Fla., December 27, 1879. jan2 tf

ForSale,
---,T PROD TIVE LAD
only ten minutes' walk from a lanjgp on Orango
Lake. having a view of the lake. Well adapted to
growing early vegetables and orange trees. In tracts
to suit purchasers at very reasonable prices.
Fare to Dunn's Landing, on Orange Lake, from
Fernandina or Jacksonville, via Baldwin and Waldo,
will be refunded to all who purchase land of me.
Orange trees of all varieties for splep.?,nd orange
groves planted and sold at the lowest ngures.
.Address, or call upon
JOHN 0. MATTHEWS,
novi8-3m Orange Lake, Marion County, Fla.


^


sionist hau received a letter from A. P
Gould, declaring that the governor ani
council should be chosen before action
is taken on filling any vacancy, anm
the opinion of the court should bf
disregarded. He says: "We mus
hold the state government if it car
possibly be done fairly. Let not a Re
publican be seated in either house if h(
can be excluded on fair legal grounds.,
A watchman last night discovered ten
armed men guarding the arms In the
library room in the upper story of the
State House. Upon protest by the police
force against the presence ot these men
they were removed by order of Genera
Marshal Brown. The rumor that the
governor's room had been seized is
false. The crowd at the State House is
greatly diminished. The state treasurer
ordered no money to be paid out of the
treasury on order of the legislature, un
til he otherwise decides.
AUGUSTA. ME January 10.--The
arms brought here from Bangor were
sent back by General Chamberlain to-
day.
PORTLAND, January 10.-A special
dispatch to the Advertiser says it is un.
derstood that Mr. White, who is accused
of bribery, will reply that he received
the resignations and certificates as stated,
but did not hold the alleged interviews,
and that the story of money payments is
a pure falsehood.
BANGOR, January 10.-The arms re.
moved from the state arsenal on De-
cember 30th, to the State House at
Augusta by order of Governor Garcelon,
and which were returned to-day by
General Chamberlain, arrived this even-
ing. A large number of citizens
gathered on the Kenduskeag bridge and
greeted the ordnance-bearing train as
it passed. Much enthusiasm was mani-
fested and cheers were given for Gene-
ral Chamberlain.
NEW ORLEAN8 NOTES.
By Telegraph to Tna SUN AND PRESS.
NEW ORLEANS, Janua-.r 10.-The
suit instituted by Theodore L. J.age
against Geo. H. Fletcher for settlement
of partnership, in which charges of frand
were made against Fletcher, has been
discontinued at plaintiff's cost, Page,
after a full retraction of all charges of
fraud, retired from business upon terms,
it is understood, substantially the same
as those offered by the defendant before
the commencement of the suit.
Mrs. Elizabeth F. Parmele, wife of
General A. S. Badger, died this morning,
aged 24 years.
FOREIGN NOTES.
By Telegraph to THK SUN AND PBBS.
LONDON, January 10.-The Catholic
bishop of the diocese of Achonry, Ire-
land, in acknowledging a French sub-
scription for the relief of the distress in
Ireland, dwells upon the pitiful condi-
tion of his flock, and declares that it is
painful to have to stretch the hand to-
wards America and France, rather than
to flourishing England, which yearly re-
ceives millions from Ireland as taxes.
PARIS, January 10.-General Farre,
the new minister of war, has replaced
all heads of the departments who held
office previous to his accession.
ST. PETERSBURG, January 10.-Server
Khan and Isbak Khan, cousins of Abdul
Rahman Khan, the Afghan pretender,
have fled from Samareand across the
frontier.
A dispatch from Berlin says the gov-
ernments of Austria and Germany are
about to communicate with that of St.
Petersburg, regarding the concentria-
tion of Russian troops in Poland. If
the reply is unsatisfactory they will
adopt defensive measures.
LoNroN, January 10.-John Hum-
freys Parry, the eminent sergeant-at-
law, is dead, aged 65. The death of
his wife from grief at the loss of her
husband is also announced.
BERLIN, January 10.-The establish-
ment of Krupp, at Essen, within the last
three months has received considerable
d.r a s'well for articles of peace as of
war. In the latter category Russia and
Chili, particularly figure. For railway
material the orders have come in such
masses that the largest number of work-
men the establishment can employ, have
been engaged up to the end of 1881, and
many orders had to be refused. Eng-
land and America have also given oon-
siderable commissions, and the estab-
lishment is making steel plates for the
construction of a bridge across the Frith
of{ Forth, Scotland. The prices are in
general, about 50o'tO 60 per cent. higher
than thecy were three months ago, and
most likely Krupl will have to engage
several hundred additional workmen.

MARgK]LT8 IBlr RAB.
]M~i.


) NEW ORLEANS, January 10.-Sight Exchangi
d on New York $1.00 per $l,000diseount;'bankers
sterling $4.81Y.
n NEW YORK, January 10.-loney at 5Q6 per
d cent. Sterling Exchange $41%. Government
e bonds strong and active ; new fives, 103;
four and a half per cents., 107,: four per cents.
t 104. State dull.
n NEW YORK, January 10.-Stocis opened strong
. on a large volume of businesA and closed at
the highest figures of the day;New York Cen
e tral, 1.34; Erie, 43% ; Lake Shoo, 101%; lllinois
Central, 101Y,; Pittsburg, 108, Chicago and
n Northwestern, 921/; Chicago andNorthwestern
preferred, 107C,1; Rock Island, 153; Western
e Union, 102%.
0 NEW YORK, January 10.-Sub-?reasury bal
e auces-Coin, $986,400.44; currency $56,682.01.
NEW YORK, January 10.-The weekly state-
i ment of the associated banks shews the follow-
ing changes:
e Loans decrease ............... ....... $ 570,10(
8 Specie increase ................. ........ 3,191,400
Legal tenders increase ................. 1,374,30(
8 Deposits increase ... .............. .. 4,(9)8,5M(
r Circulation increase .................. 64,300
e Reserve increase ............. ......... 3,338,57S
The banks now hold $3,810,400 n excess of
legal requirements.
e Cotton.
NEW YORK, January 10.-Cotton nominal ;
middling uplands, 12 13-16; middling Orleans,
12 15-16; sales, 675 bales; consolidated net re-
ceipts, 20,411 bales; gross receipts, bales;
l exports to Great Britain, 12.893 bales, o France,
bales; to the continent, 6,308 bale; to the
- channel, -- bales; coastwise, -- bala.
NEW YORK. January 10. Cotton-Net re-
] ceipts. 1,020 bales; gross receipts, 1388 bales
Futures closed heavy; sales, 108,000 bdes; Janu-
ary delivery, 12.75@12.77; February delivery,
12. 87@12.88" March delivery, 13.12@1tl3; April
8 delivery, 13.33@13.35; May delivery, 1V51@13 53;
June delivery, 13.68@13.69- July delivery, 13.79(@
13.80;, August delivery, 14.09.
SAVANN&H. January 10. -Cotton very firm;
middling, 124; low middling, 11%; gcd ordi-
, nary, 11l*; net receipts, 2,7yr7 bales; g-oss re-
ceipts, 2,612 bales; sales, 1,80 bales; stock
on hand, 71,785 bales; exports 1o Great Britain,
-- bales; France, bales; to the cbtnnel,
-- bales; to the continent, -- bales: toast-
wise. 2,190 bales.
N qEW ORLEANS, January 10.-Cotton steady;
middling, 12%; low middling, 11i; good
l ordinary, 11%; net receipts, 8.425 bales; gross
receipts, 9,150 bales; sales, 7,0W bales; stock
" on Wid, oxp+rts; W to Oreat Britain,
12,Ms bfdtpWl-lo -et IM M; 'to the chan-
nel .----- b te OtlW contAM S ,088 bales;




coastwise, 311 bales.
iGrouertea an Pro-aletoi o.
WLMINTON, .January 10.--Spirits Turpentine
r steady at 4Y42. Rosin firm; strained $1.~, /%, good
strained $1.30. Crude Turpentine steady at
$1.60 for hard, $2.60 for yellow dip. Tar firm
at $1.30. Corn steady;prime, white 67, mixed
65.
BALTIMORE, January 10.-Oats firmer; south-
ern 47((q48, western white 4748, mixed 47(d48,
western mixed 45(46, Pennsylvania 4(iQ47.
Provisions quiet; mere pork $13.50(,413.75.
Bulk Meats-loose shoulders $4.75&6.00, clear
rib $6.8734Q7.00, sides $'.00; packen shoulders
$5.50j7.50. Bacon-shot1ders $6.00, clear rib
sides $8.25; sugar-cured hams 10)O)ll. Lard-
refined, in tierees, $8.50% Coffee quiet; Rio, in
cargoes, 14y^16%. SuWar firm and steady ;
A soft 9X. Wnisky dull al $1.1ll%@1.12. Freights
dull and unchanged.
CHIcAeo. January 10. -Flour dull and un-
changed; family $6.2L?6V35. fancy $7.50. Wheat
dull and weak; No. 2, led winter $1.28; No. 2
Chicago spring $1.283,. Corn in fair demand at
40. Oats quiet and weak at 35. Pork un-
settled at $13.40. Lard dull and weak at 7.60.
Bulk Meats steady an4 unchanged; shoul-
ders $4.40, short ribs $6.00, short clear ribs $6 05.
Hogs-dressed active at $5.00_&5.10. Whisky
steady at $1.10.
CHICAOo, January 10.-Wheat closed steady at
$1.28. Corn closed dull at 40. Oats steady
but not quotably higher at 340344. Pork
quiet and weak and 5c iawer at $13.47,^. Lard
irregular at 17.67%.
LOUISVILLE, January 10.-Flour quiet; extra
$4.504.4.75; family $5.25&5.50: 4L No. 1 $5.7544,
6.25; fancy $6 508.00. Wheat quiet at $1.32.
Corn dull; white 453, mixed 444. Oats firm:
white 42, mixed 41. fork strong at $14.00. Lard
strong; choice leaf, in tierces $8.50; kegs $9.25.
Bulk Meats strong;, shoulders $4.376, clear ribs
$6.75, clear sides $7.00. Bacon strong; shoul-
ders, none here; ribs $7.50, sides, $7.75; sugar-
cured hams 9%@10%,. Whisky steady at $1.08.
ST. LOUIS, January 10. Flour steady:
extra $5.65Q5.80, family $6.25@6.70, A No. 1 $6.00
@6.25, fancy $6.25@6.60. Wheat-No. 2 red fall,
$1.3,34,1.34%; No. 3, $1.25. "Corn easier at
,r%. Oats quiet at 38. Pork at $13.50I4.00.
Lard quiet at $7.50 iwked, $7.40 bid. Bulk Meats
quiet* shoulders $4.1X(a4.20, clear ribs $G.6J
@6.70; clear sides P6.75@6.85. Bacon quiet;
shoulders $5.25, ribs $7.40Q7.50, sides $7.60g7.70.
Whisky steady at $1.09.
CINCINNATI, January 10.-Flour dull and un-
changed; family $6.10(g6.35, fancy $6.90. Wheat
dull at $1.33. Corn firm at 44Q46. Oats
quiet at 4041. Pork firm at $13.50. Lard in
good demand at $7.50. Bulk Meats quiet;
shoulders $4.37C ribs $6.70, sides $6.85 Bacon
@rmer, shoulders $5.37N, ribs $7.62% sides
$7.50, hams $9.00@10.50. Green Meats dull and
quiet; shoulders $4.00, sides $6.25, hams, 14 lb
average, $7.50d)8.00. W: Isky dull at $1.0S. Sugar
easier; hard* 10410%, New Orleans ClGaB. Hogi
active and firm: common $3.75(4.15; light
$4.2534.45; pack/ng $4.404.50; butchers $4.55x
4.60.
Bw YoRK, January 10.-Flour--southern quiet
and heavy; common to fair extra $6.00@
6.75, good to choice $((.858.60. Wheat opened
dull,/heavy and l1@2c lower, but closed a. shade
firmer; ungraded winter red, $1.48@1.481^; No. 2,
winter red, $1.48; mixed, winter red, $1.4fi<@1.4
Corn opened a shade firmer and less settee, and
closed weak; ungraded, 57@,60. Oats a shade
easier and lees antive; No. 3,.48. Hops dull and
weak; yearlings 7@18. Coffee quiet and firm;
Rio, cargoes, 14H16%, job lots 14@8..
Sugar strong and fairly_ active; Porto Rica
714@7, Demaiarra 8, Martinique 7%, Melado
4K, Mexican, 7, Broil 7%@7%, Muscovado
71/, fair to good refining 7S(8, cent~rifugal 8%i,
molasses 1, Rio Jameiro, 6U, rentned firm,
with a good business: standard A 9@9%,
granulated 9K@9X, powdered h0, crashed 10.
Molasses--foreign flrrmer; Cnba. refinamg, 50,
best quoted, old ere a38, Port0o Bc 30@40,
New erie ei ncnangea ;
Clurol osln firm
at


FOR SALE.
A First-class Circular Saw-mill. Capacity 5.000
feet of lumber per day. Three Boilers, 4o inches by
36 feet Double Engine, 8o horse power. Three
Circular Saws, One Butting Saw, Edgers. 400 feet
Haul-up Chain, Belts, and in fact everything com-
p ete and in running order. Will be sold so cheap
that it will astonish the purchaser. Apply to
PAUL B. CANOVA,
nov 3-tf Sanderson. Florida.
-- LOTS FOR SALE.

On Monday, 5th January, 188o, the undersigned
will offer at public auction, for cash, the following lots
in East Jacksonville, belonging to Louisa R. Johnson,
or at private sale on application to either of the cub-
scribers:
lot No. 5, full lots Nos. 6 and 7, block 5.
lot No. 5, full lots Nos. 6, 7, 4 and 3, block 6.
Slot No. 1, full lots Nos. 2, 3, 4, 5 and % lot 6,
block x6.
. lots Nos. x and 6,'full lots Nos. 2, 3, 4 5, Llock 14.
Titles warranted-purchaser to pay for same.
L. H. KIRKSEY. Agent.
nov23 tf J. C. HEMMING, Auctioneer.


Specialties Now Offered :


WHITE BLANKETS FROM $2.00 UP,


500 HEAVY, PURE COTTON-FILLING COMFORTS, VERY CHFAP,
1.000 WHITE QUILTS, EXCEEDINGLY LOW,
200 PIECES WHITE AND COLORED DAMASK.
1,000 DOZEN (DAMASK) NAPKINS AND DOYLIES,

300 PIECES CARPETS FROM 20 Cents up.+
200 PIECES TAPESTRY CARPETS OF ALL GRADES.
800 PIECES MATTINGS-WHITE, CHECKED AND FANCY-at former prices, no advance.
100 PIECES FLOOR OIL-CLOTH, x yard to 6 yards wide,

200 PIE0ES NOTTINGHAM LAOE and COTTAGE DMAPERY,
200 PIECKS WINDOW SHADE MATERIAL, all widths in aUl the latest styles 1- Wft
100 PIECES NAPIER MATTING, in all widths, new designs, very practical !for -ta -r ah"nd
dining-rooms,
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF

BLACK AND COLORED CASHMERES,


ZEPHYR SHAWLS, SATINS,


Black and Oolored Silks,

200 DOZEN HUCK AND DAMASK TOWELS, from 90 cents
upwards.
EVERYTHING PERTAINING TO A FIRST-CLASS DRY GOODS STORE
CAN BE FOUND AT OUR STORE.

<3R< BENEDIcCT & nvinceOMPANY

FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & COMPANY


is danger of a riot, or to protect those
GRAIN BLOCKADE. willing to work.
By Telegraph to THE SUN AND PRESS.
CHICAGO,January 10.-A grain block- THE UTES.
ado of prodigious proportions is a feature. By Telegraph to THE SUN AND PRESS.
of tie grain trade in this market. The CHICAGO. January 10. General
elevators contain 16,000,000 bushels, and Adams, who arrived yesterday, con-
are nearly filled to their utmost capacity, firms the stories of the nameless' indig-
Several railroads are refusing to receive cities which the white women suffered
grain for this market because there are at the hands of their cruel captors. He
no accommodations for it. The eleva- says the women very unwillingly mna4e
tors outside of the city, and tributary to a full statement to the commissioners of
it, are wel) filled. The only explanation the circumstances, with the understand-
is that the grain syndicate, of which Jas. ing that it should not. be published.
R. Keene is a representative, has, by Mrs. Meeker, however, subsequently
constant purchases, forced the market published the story herself. Adams
price of wheat in the city to a point said, had he knawn this part of the bar-
whereit is a deid loss to ship to New barity of the savages before the corn-
York, and to a )oint where it can't be mission began its work, he would have
shipped from jew York to Liverpool, advised letting General Merritt and his
even at the prey ailing low rate of freight, force punish the redskins without fur-
a..' "'4ky prosp ct of the return of the ther delay. The women were, however,
-`lb tested). Unless the prices in so averse to having the facts known,
FW _ k-juv ufy.maWterially. or that 1hey at firstdenied to the eommis-
decline_ ere U-'^""1;^^^?111" Tk&-lnreri >oliceyt eva -tonily dealt
per busil, tl~re will be no shipping with.
margin, and th blockadewlL continue.
In the meanti me farmers are unable to TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.
find a market fr their grain, although -- .
prices are to th ir liking. PILADEm PHIAs January 10. The
0__ N, an c mnt is made that Ge r. C. Lis-

WA-S-H-iN N NOI'IS. san, secretary of the Germania Fire In-
ByTetegraph to HSuN AP Ams. suranco Company is a defaulter to the
WASHINGTON, January 10-.-he amount of about"$2,000 and the belief
senate committee on military affairs exists that other moneys may have been
held a special meeting to-day, and de- collected from policy holders of which
cided to report favorably on all pending no return has been made. Lissan has
army nominations, about 160, except not been seen for some time.
two liputenants'promotions, which were CHESTER, PA., January 10.-The
laid aside for further information. The new iron steamship Louisiana, built by
Fitz~obhPorter case will be taken up John Roche & Son, left here this morn-
on Monday. c ing on a trial trip for New York. She

The senate committee on the Freed- is owned by the Cromwell Steamship
man's Bank to-day examined the com- Company, and will ply between New
missioners appointed to wind up the in- York and New Orleans.
stitution, regarding the terms employed GLOLCESTER, MASS., January 10.--
fJ,$# r "hult*-appended. to their m The schooner Laura NelsonJuist arrived,
p l t if nothing or gener'* interest reports the loss of three of her crew-
waaelieted. The committee meet again John McCloud, Malcolm McCloud and
on T.A^'iA Jas. Palnico, who were capsized in a
-dory during a squall on December 26th,
ABFFAIRS IN,, MXXdyi. on. the Grand Banks.
By Telegraph to THE SU AND PaoZS. PORT MONROE, VA., January 16.--
GALVESTON, January 10.-A special Rear-Admiral Robert 11. Wyman, eon-
to the News from Brownsville says: manding the North Atlantic Station, ar-
"Telegrams over tie Mexican lines rived here at noon to-day on the frigate
from Sallillo, deny the truth of the Tennessee, from New York.I
reported defeat by the reyphitionists t',r. LoulS,"Janoary 10.-The sale of I
General Trevino. ne being in unin the St. Louis jockey Club property ap-
terrupted communication with Saltillo. pointed for to-day, was postponed to
There is some slight disturbance con- the first M-nday in February.
nected with the governorship. General LITTLE ROCK, January 10.-A news-
Freasa, who is unpopular with a large paper called the Arkansas Republicana
class oftle people of the state bordering edited anti published by W. Jasper
on the Rio Grande, favors General Gon- Blackburn,ex-congressman from Louisi-
zoleb for president. H| has visited the ana, was issued here tosy.
fiorthern states and will establish his WASHINGTON, January 10.-The ex-
headquarters at, San Luis Potosi, about amination of the Ute Indians, now en
the 15th inst."" route here, will be conducted secretly on
Xov- 014A APIX itWnw account of thw very delicate, questions
'Afy'elegraphtdTHES NSDP,s. -obe'examined into.
SAN FRANCISCO, January 10.--A Sil- Boerol, January 10.-Helen J. h
verCity, New Mexico, dispatch, says: Ward, who was arrested for shooting
-*V4iad a hundF, arriqpBBssed her mother while in bed, on the night n
" L ., = '-o e [ 7th.= hen Deof mber..30th, 4as lischefted to- t


RAILROADS.


'FLORIDA CENTRAL RAILROAD
JacKSONVILL., FLA., October 5th, 1 87.
0ON AND AFTER THIS DATE, TRAINS ON
this ro--I will run as follows:
MUAIL AND EXPRESS, (Dally.)
Leave Jack'viile 5.30 p m Leave Savannah 4.30 p m
L've W'te H'se 6.15 p m Leave Albany 4.00 p M
Leave Baldwin 7.00 p m L've Tallah'ee 5.45 P m
L've Darbyville 7.2S p m L've Live Oak 2.15 a m
L've Sanderson 8.07p m L've Lake City 3.50 a m
Leave Olustee 8.43 ptm L've Mt. Carric 4.18 a m
L'e Mt. Carrie 9 03 p.m Leave Olustee 4.40 a m
Ar. Lake City 9.30pPm L've Sanderson 5.20 a m
Leave Live Oak 2.15 a m L've Darby'lle 5-55 a m
Ar. at Tallah'ee 7.0o a m Leave Baldwin 6.4o a m
Ar. at Albany 10.45 a m L've W'te H'se 7.05 a m
Ar. at Savanh 9.0o am Ar. at Jacks'lle 7.5o am
On Mail and Express Train Sleeping Cars run
through to and from Jacksonville and Savannah; also,
Lucas Sleeping Cars run through to and from Jack-
sonville and Tallahassee.
FERNANDINA EXPRESS, (Dally.)
Ar. at Baldwin 12 33 p.r | Leave Baldwin 1.2o p. m.
Ar. at Fern'dina 3.30 p.m. I Ar.at Jacks'lle 2.35 P. m.
Passengers for Fernandina and Cedar Key take this
train. No Train from Baldwin to Cedar Key on
Sunday.
Connections: At Baldwin with A., G. & W. I. T.
R. R. for Cedar Key, Gainesville, Fernandina,
and all points North and West'; at Lake City for
Tallahassee, Albany, Savannah, and all ints North
and West; at Jacksonville with St. Johns steam-
ers. J. S. McELROY,
Master Transportation.
W. M. DAVIDSON, Superintendent.


CORNER BAY AND PINE STREETS.


Jan3


SAVANNAH, FLORIDA AND WEST-
ERN RAILWAY.
GENERAL SUPHRINT"ENDUNT'S OFFICE, 1
SAVAITNAH, December 13. 1879- J
0ON AND AFTER SUNDAY. DECEMBER 14,
Passenger Trains on this Road will run as fol-
lows:
NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Savannah dpily at 4:30 p. m
Arrive at Jesup daily at ............................ 7:00 p. m
Arrive at Thomasville daily at................ 6:25 a. m
Arrive at Bainbridge daily at ................... 9:4o a. m
Arrive at Albany daily at zo:25 a. m
Arrive at Live Oak daily at ........... ....... 2:oo a. m
Arrive at Tallahassee daily at ... .............. 7:00 a. m
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at................ 7:5o a. mn
Leave Tadlahassee daily at ...................... 5:45 p. m
Leave Jacksonville daily at 5:30 p. m
Leave Live Oak daily at ......................... 11:15 p. m
Leave Albany daily at............................. 4:00 p. m
Leave Bainbridge daily at......................... 4:00 p. m
Leave "Ihomasville daily at ..... ............. 7:35 P- M
Leave Je>up daily at............................ 6:3o a. m
Arrive at Savannah daily at 9:oo a. m
No change ol cars between Savannah and Jackson-
ville and Savannah and Albany.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars daily between Savan
nah and Jacksonville.
Sleeping cars run through to and from Savannah
and Albany.
The elegant Sleeping and Parlor Coaches of the
Eufaula line daily between Montgomery, Ala., and
Jacksonville, without change.
Passengers from Savannah for Fernandina, Gaines
Ville and Cedar Key take this train.
Passengers for Darien take this train.
Passengers from Savannah for Brunswick take this
train, arrivingat Brunswick 6:oo a. m.
Passengers leave Brunswick at 8:oo p. m.,arrive at
Savannah 9:oo a. m.
Passengers leaving Macon at 7:15 a. m. (daily ex-
cept Sunday) connect at Jesup with this train for
Florida.
.Passengers from Florida by this train connect at
Jesup with train arriving in Macon at 6:25 p. m-
(daily except Sunday).
Palace sleeping cars run through to and from Sa-
van,<.*h and J acksonville.
9 )nnect at Albany with passenger trains both
ways on Southwestern Railroad to and from Macon,
Eufaula, Montgomery, Mobile, New Orleans, etc.
Mail steamer leaves Bainbridge for Apalachicola
every Sunday and Thursday evening;- for Columuls
every Tuesday and Saturday afternoon.
Close connection at Jacksonville daily (Sundays
excepted) for Greep Cove Springs, t. Aunusune, Pa-
latka, Enterprise. and all landings on St. Johns river.
Trains on 13. and A. R. R. leave junction, going
west, at 11:37 a. m., and for Brunswick at 4:40 p. m.
daily, except Sunday.
Through Tickets sold and Sleeping Car Berths se
cured at Breo's Ticket Office. No. 22 Bull street, and
at Savannah, Florida and Western Railway Passen-
ger Depot.
ACCOMAfODATION TRAIN-EASTERN DI
VISION.
Leave Savannah. (Sundays excepted) at 7:00 a. a
Leave at Mclntosh, 9:28 a. m
Leave at Jesup, 12:00 M.
Leave at .lack hear. :o$ p. m
Arrive at Dupm t, 6:15 p. m
Leave Dup:tt, ,:15 a. m
Leave Blackshear, 9:35 a. m
Leave Jesup, 12:30 p.
Lesve Mclntosh, "1 :52
Arrive at Savannah, ."
WESTERN DIVISION.
Leave Dupont, (Sundays excepted
Leave Valdosta
Leave Quitman "
Arrive at Thu ille "
Leave Thaiw.' .-


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ENTIRE* STOCK


MOON .N
- bMwV, Januar
NEW O, JPD a -
*(L..2cent. s+++
R, &A -4rmGM 1L 1"
lo~erumni *w- Me.
LIvAMPoot, JanuMW 10-No
moderate inquiry; uplands, '
ales, 10,000 bales, sPeolation
bales; receipts, 14711 -
babB; Fntnwoedt
ba sinoe beemn SzmeMJr
clause, January deliv
February
Ie


',eard t'qR.m +hey'*ere, near- Uc-. .
ranch moesiedt for their anything but a case of accidental shoot- v
ranche, moving jagt o ter ,
haunt in hel Black Mountaina. C .
`48 some jflghtmng! at McEvar's A]BANY, January 10--Justice W\est-
no, but nobody was hurt. Major brookA to-day _confirmed the supple-
+rr ,twh five, -0t;apis, of av- metary Prenpct of Morgau .. Dayton,
,; ar wusrre t to: "d -Claims
behind the Indians." The Comanches, against the Continental Life Insurance
fr#4b Tezas, arq Oepoedting to Pecos Compauyvand ordered ReqeiverO'Niel to
Anad Lincoln edonties, New Mexico. pay an iistilment of 15 per cent. on
,^ _such valid lanim out ot the moneys now I
SMUIJBEXICD BY ms sm2VAKT. in his possisiom. <
By Telegraph to THz SUi ANDPa RX. HAVANA, January 10.-- The United 0
l oIt. Louis, Januavy10,--fIW advice States wae- steamer Kearsagt, arrived 9
frpin New Madrid, in the extreme to-day from Ruatan, Honduras, and will t
S- wiwhern t part of the stat, ay. "Martin sail for Key West on Monday. The coast '
FAquette, a former serVant a MIon. Jae. survey steamer Blake arrived on the 8th; 8
S.Ikne. hot and killed the tatter last and sailed to-day. She will consume
.. Sat# ay by putting a load of slugs from several months in taking soundings in
a sh toi into his left breast. Paquette the old Bahama channel, and in making
waOarre ted. The affair grew out of a other investigations connected with her
digreemeq while settling their land- special duties jFh,_couander.ener&^
Jrord and tea'btg accounts, of marines has iventf the ma-r
~ ---s, rine.authorities to renders
lT& SBf* ACM the BWake If needed. __ ap~taio-wnge
A ByTelegmph to Tz SO AND PBs. blando has anrivedt at Jiquoni. G(
T... OGOTA, GA.,+ ary 10.-T1i MBeMPHIS, January 10.-Padeal
^ was t ^ ar IN last dh7 of the raws Porter has withdrawn his reai tion, n
uwaer t" -ln! %,As-1^'s, and the dit, ences that axise be- H
-.0it t M t h tween himselt and colleagues have een tm
"eI ^qir ro." iponlously' settled. -The wor of a
Tbt A ^^ fff *w a ho- !w i M leM to sood san itr con el
,oni asy mlRSSi!^_ Jd?" pP ,y J < ~lr~l no _0 Dshed to an arly
socatl ^ iS af' a tt~ ac-dog to the 8 0'
sociauou to ad~t ?-.; siT- ro m b j'uth NIff tmlB
vM ght for age. The r&6e6-- _Mi l T jtt .' > ._- I-
,Plaerok. t vaorise* wth Dell Jid Nol and
secoad, Ob My third; thrie :q6, were to.4y seteW
A wi W raeo wa" feie for all, court to be hanged
l IF II, k4 h Ia;i,1801o first February 20,. for
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3f the week, home and foreign markets, a sum-
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,af tie day,-&ffordiug more reading matter, both
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wivthin the reach 1A all. .
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4 N S. K. SA\W Y ER,
.. .lacksimville Fla.

WELL, WHAT OF IiT ?
Two of the Maine representatives
stood up straight in their seats in the
house, day before yesterday, and related
_how they had been, tempted to keep
iway from that dishonorable boay of
public men, by the use of money. One
-of them exhibited a roll of bills, which
hlj said was paid to him after signing
.apape.,' wmrtvtt Bo copied, and which
he produced at the time. The paper that
*hie signed shboa.d have been his free net.
-""ad no%. ly soud he hbvi pat his
shxnatsreio it- :s, *t e act tif an bhpnr'-
able mad but he trhoulil have induced
athbers toJo the ,mte.' If he signed 41
rfnly as16Ma;'*o ta fim -
some fooh partisan,+Tfcn he is
c'*^.-* a dishonorable man, and
sho oted out of the legislature. It
is no nge that a politician and a
man < world, should legitimalely
come o conclusion AthWt .men ,who.
are part, o the "steal" in Maine, who
rajff'into tae embrace of tricksters that
defy the "onstitution, the laws, and
the suprehe court, would sell their
votes and (heir manhood also. There-
fore, thi.ian White, who is charged
with ollLriig this money, very naturally
rushed to ftie conclusion that the whole
legislature were up for Cowes and
a market.': This, of course, does not
furnish Wlnte with an excuse, for he
had no boitaess t be enggd in that
kiWd f, icker; but the men to feel
Art arethe men who, with bold ef-
frontery. 0fter being party to a dolib-
orate attempt to cheat -the people
of their native state out of their
rights, 0hOuh1, -with mock modesty,
stand up if% a house of representatives,
made up in part of smuggled-in men,
partners iti a steal of that which is of
far greatr yalue than money, and claim
to be vOiR tats becatpe they resisted th'e
offer of money to merely do right. But
wiat i- th-re tbaut the transaction to
demand the attention of the legislature ?
It w\as nota~t~n white the iieslaturt wa, .IJn j,1KWojo; A,
jo not one member tarnperig'vWith
fiataotmr, aqd o, ntk eiven hat
*-"wih 1,001e o07 anybody nat
represents..uia any sense, thel-kepublican
party. It' wasI a tran*l1ot' betltwee
two individuals, in which one tried to
get the other to do a manly act, that 'he
should have done without pay or urging,
by giving him money.
r+ 'i A PARALLEL CASE.
/- ;' .- --- -- "+ **'
Ilow th4 *7liis Vries to Take PciulyIv a-
usa--The Buckshot War of 183S.
From the Baltimore American.
The closest parallel to the Maine case
in our history we have not yet seen a
reference .to, apd thiaf'is tile ^Blekshot
( waryin.tennsytiranta in 183>8,andl Jiere'
;igaiia Jis :f'ni&^ld a lDedmoc~ric plrece-
dlent for forcible resistance. In the
Pennsylvania state election in thle fall of
1888, although tlhe vote cast for the re-
election of Governor Ritner, the Whig
candidate, was considerably larger than
that by which lhe hiad been previously
"elected..+ the D,0uocrati'u.yt'oe, allowed
such tme extraord htai.: .'infeid ate a B
to give tihe Democratic candidate a
msjorlty ioo-: thj& retump, "and, ;tlbrp
was :t +p'retty ,gencrai c bnVt~tlonu
that the uxtraordlinary Democratic
Siutie}tie o1" stre'ljgth waa foitois'a.PdI
the result of fraud. Party feeling was
bitter, and excitement ran high wlzwn
the board of return judges met t@ cf
vastie vote of tl'e county ofJPhila-
deilphia.V~S On th ftapoof tthe rotbl'rs- -the
Whig eanddtate for 'wit~sw k-as
elected by, a small majoryt~y, btxt on the
AeWi~tlile tck~et A~ha :Dtnocratic eandi-
+ dftes 'm'rc eieted.- / The- Democrats


were in a majority In tihe board of
return jtamje i aon they threw out
tre vote of ( eRion district, with
the effect of gca dmajaryis or tit
Democratic daotef lor congress.

The Whig.- ,rs of the ,board en-
tered their' 'against this proceed-
ing, Obut " y outvoted arnt with-
drei.`i+ *M "'nt elocratk- inemberaof the
boa s i ; .. etary
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When Penroe, the presiding of-
tier of the srilvti, atte ,tipt,]1 to
swear in one of the Whig c.:anlidates
returned from Philadelphia the Demo-
crttic r'ouhs ruihetd into the hall, and
leio*e, Seentary of State B/irrows and
Thttdri,4 Stevens had to escape, through
a bi~k window to save their lives. The
Denic3rt.ts formed a sort of military
organization, paraded theostreets with a
field piece anti defied the authority of
the state, Governor Ritner officially
informed PresideutVan Buren that "such
a state of domestic violence exists at
thid 'place as has put an end for the
present to all the regular functions of
the siate.governmnent," and applied for
the assistance of the national govern-
meant 1o restore order. This applica-
tion the Democratic national adminis-
tration refused, the secretary of war,
Poinsett, of South Carolina, to whom
he question had been referred by the
,President, saying: "The commotion
does not appear to arise from any oppost-
,tion to the laws, but grows out of a po-
litical contest between the different
:members of the government, most, if not
all of them, admitted to be legal repre-
sentatives of the people constitutionally
elected, about their relative rights, and
especially in reference to the organiza-
tion of the popular branch of the legisla-
ro. To.-interfere in any commotion
'growing out of a controversy of so grave
and delicate a character by the federal
authority, armed with the military power
of the government, would be attended
with dangerous :consequences to our
Republican institutions.!' The contest
was finally settled by the action of some
qf tlh W1hig-m-mbe&s, who, belieiing
that the secretary of the commonwealth
had exceeded his powers in deciding
between the conflicting returns from
Philadelphia, came into the Hopkins
House, giving At- a majority of uucon-
-tested members. The'senate, in, which
there was a Whig m0 yheu passed
9 _rwut-ion -r-ecognizing the Hopkins
house, thus ending the struggle. In
this case the Democratic members
of the legislature ignored the action of
the state officials, organized the house
in spite of a Whig majority, and suc-
cessfully maintained their position.

PENSA'OI A, NOTEs.
To the Editor of THE SUN AND PRESS.
PENSACOLA, FLA, January 7, 1880.
I have been here a little over a
month, and I have had little or nothing
to occupy my time, more than to be a
quiet observer of the passing events of
the day; and, having just had an op-
portunity to witness a city election, in
which (as a matter, of course) there
were n6 politics-this being pioclaimed
by the ring-master of the Democracy.
-"*II, from my disiniere~ted standpoint,
I thought I could see that this declara-
tion wis only put forth to deceive the
unwary of the Republicans, and there-
by catch their votes, but the result
shows'that this trick, as we)el as other
and dirtier tricks of the Democracy,
didn't win.. My observation here,
4ifts played! thie devil with
my liberality towards tile Ie-
formers, for I have been convinced
the Reformn.Dimocracy here ate about
the same as it is elsewhere throughout
the st~te, even in Brevard and Dade, and
when I touch tins subject I turn sick.
About a month or six weeks since the
city treasurer of this city (a Republican)
absconded, being in default to the
amount of about $5,000 in scrip, and
cunning, as usual, the Democrats were
jubilant over this mishap to the llepub-
]liles.: "Ol,-what else could you ex-
pect, t(ey are an thieves; I told you
L +W !. f it W., ttle thief WlA3
^f I Ind d and brought back to
th 'Aiy with a grand flourish of truth petsk
a qjdjgaced in the jal., An- euaptinjg trial
w4&- iad before a Democratic justice
and short work was made of it, the poor
Republican thief was Imprisoned in de-
fault of a $1,500 bail bond. "Well-
we'l send him to Chattahoochee, where
all the Republicans ought to bel said
"the Diemocrats. But howf chang~ed. The
*city election iraafsofin to eome ,pff. It,
:was hisperetl oinJe streets that this
Mr. Edmonson, (who so shortly before
was a Republican thief) is going to blow
on the Republican city officials,
and straightway the Mr.--not thief,
.was "4ily. seen .on the street, in
c"oippaay witth flie deputy sheriff; "it was
'said (Wllthe pupose of 'gwinig him freslt
air, etc., etc. Sure enough the day be-
fore the election the reading public were
treated to the astounding confession in
the columns of the Advance, the leading
organ of the Reform Democracy; but
the cloven foot of a certain Reform
.pe~mocrt't.. lawyer, was soon/ dis-
-eoverled 3n the' 'make-up of the con-
fession, and, although the editor of the
.dvttnf Mowed hesayyover it, the
h'e'frnrromed "Detmocrats appeared to feel
^chagrined and ashamed that such a thling,
+lr-fgeed a<-it .was,.Shotdd have b~een


published. By the Reformers (the devil
couldn't shame them), the trade was
6ofistnimnated, the-$1,0O0i was reduced to
a $1,000 bond, and any kind of a straw
bond. was acceptable, and the Republi-
ctn thief was released to enjoy the frea-
dom of the city on the day of the elec-
tion, to electioneer for the Reform
'ticket; and the best of the joke was,
that the Republican thief was loud
in proclaiming to the voters that
he had "always been a Democrat."
How the --world, turns round, anyhow.
the incarcerated Democrat made a very
good trade to get his baggage checked
out of the penitentiary by the Reform-
ers for the small pittane, as lie sup-
posed, of, abljwingli-S' name t0 be
signed to wonderful confessions of
Wat iMA y but a Reformer believes.
he whole affair was so disgusting that,
)ltess, many of the conservative
ts were driven to vote with the
as- it i.. well-known
mber' of the colored
Bay did not come
d yet the Re-
by, their )nsual
o goes the
"'gof


ing efforts to make his home happy. VIENNA
But if he is a poor provider, and ir- VIENN A
regular in his habits, his home cx-tn not
be happy. -
:I ci give a character; I might were
it suitable, give the name and bring a
host of witnesses, that suclh a man exists, (CO ON F F_ C
strange as it may seem to many.
lie leaves Iis city business when the
fast train leaves for his home in the
suburbs. Of course lie finds his table VIENN
and children waiting. There is no com-
motion, no running to kiss father, for of
nine, the best they can do is to make a C()T-T COLT
welcome while he enquires for their
welfare. Suitable conversation, ad-
ditional supplies, and devotional bible -A
verses with singing, take the time until
the little ones retire with a kiss and a OYS'TElfts IN
good night. Not so the man who did
not make his home happy with inade- 37 1BA.Px5:
quate supplies; he expects comforts not
provided, while his money went for ._ct3o I tobacco and whisky. His first words
are for silence. He is evidently unhappy ArlingtOn
and so are they all. TROPICAL & SEMI-T
rile&T B(HOP HAVEN. Deciduous and E
ALife in Which Politics and Relgi.n New and ChoieVari
Curiously Blended. TREES made a special
From the Philadelphia Times. Catalogne. A
octi:2-domn
A dispatch from Boston announces thi o-te-d,
death, at the residence of his mother, in WA|TH =G Ii
Malden, of Bishop Gilbert IHaven. IHe u l containing
was born near Boston September 19, cot dance and over 2 OOh t
,,,,,, 1 nHolio s, With all the N
1821; was graduated from Wesleyan .
University in 1846; was for two years Literature Art -l
These are the thpk- co st
professor of Greek and Latin in Amaina --B BLES for Varin,;
Seminary, and, during the three years ERATrURE, ART AN
following, was principtll of that institu- p-o. Circularsandter
20o-n. I--t, -ar 185141e j"0? 1he6 dcd,, 13 4t t
New Engyland Confelrene of the Metho- ci WAIls,
dist Episcopal Church, and was stationed 0"]'LJwUA O *
successively at Northamprtn, Wilbra- S,. Sto)li Book onist
ham, Westfield, Roxbury and Cam- free Addres, DANIE
bridge, Mass. On the breaking out of ton, N. J.
the civil war he promptly offered his AGErWANT
Selling CPicoriaL Boo.ksa
service- as a ch;\plain,and was appointed 33 per cent NATIONAL
to the Eighth Ma.ssachusetts. Iris was G;l.__
the first chaplain's commission issued in the volunteer army. Ile served, how- NTi I
ever, for only a year. In 1862 he trav- We wait an agent in
pay a sahkry of $too per
eled in Europe and the Ewst, and on his or wondruL invention.
return to America was for two years at once HERMAN & (
pastor of a church in Boston. Iis ad- ), | n returns in Y
vocacy of the cause of the eornes, bolt U! OfaR
-oes b E~ike pr .It, weekly, n( ,,
before and during the war. led to his Address 'T. Potter
appointment, iu 1865, to the super- 35 Waitreet, New Vori
vision of the interests of the des'i- $ O6to$5W
tute freedmen and whites in the wi, p i e r
(. -r. T ^wo/k, d ve lk~~py immensie prn
state of Mississippi. In 1857 lie re- systenofoperatng lu Stock
turned to Boston and became editor of ^"a,",.B-'w.*,
Zion's Herald, continuing his editoriAl A MAN OF
duties until 1872, when lie was elected C CONSUMPTIVE
a bishop. The general conference as- AtJkto'urly expected fro
havltg failt.d, and Dr. H-
signed his residence at Atlanta, Ga., h, clidentally made a pi
placing under his superintendence the whih cured his only child
interests of the church in the extreme sr~esn rcightofwostan
south. lis political life has secured tor wilibreak a treh scold in
him a larger share of public attention CIUADOCK & CO
than his life as a clergyman. Before the PM delphla, am
war he attracted notice as an abolition-
ist, and after Ihe war )*y tie active part $10,000. '
he took in reconstruction, and especially SAFETY w
by his very advanced views in regard to LAMTP I
the rights of the negroes4. [lis mor t no- LAMP111.
ticeable act was his nomination of Pres!- Klrn I dladep.th
(lent Grant f or a third term-a nomina- M= <"
tion made in the course of a speech de- Factory and Office, G
livered in 1877 at Woodstock, Conn.. at
a Fourth of July celebration. Finding
that the suggestion "took,"? the bishop 9=
has since repeated it upon various occa-
sions, m ore or less adapted to its produc- 111921,1TRUS
tion. IHis more important publikatiohs 00"
have been: "The Pilgrim's Wallet- dy nIAnLgtTAmdalr
(1864), a book of travels, and "Nati,,al "chp. S,, tb'imai.
Sermons," sermons; "Speeclies and EGGLISTON
Lettemson Slavery apdd its War", (1869).


PROFEISIONAiL CARD.
A. aO. MItEEK


ET OTEL


(C. united States Commissioner since 18G8), i CRESCENT CITY, FLORIDA. :
AND OCATED ON DUNN'S LAKE, OR 1AKP. CREEC"NT. 20 MILES SOUIH OF PAIAtKA.
GEO. WHlEA I'ON DEANS, f1. jFae .First-Class. Terms ,Reasonable. Excellent, eastirig, Vishing and Hunting bteamer ruidirlniect
(COMMISSIONER FOR MAsSXCmrSE-nSj from PALATKA to CRESCENT Ctl Y. I
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law. dec"3" JOSEPH W GA~lDINEU,2iProprietori
\ OpcFFI IN ... IN
RPED'S BLOCK. Room 9, over the First Na- ---'
tional Bank, Jacksonville, and in Scott's building, MILLINERY, 'FANCY GODS AND NOTIONU.
Centre street, Fernandina, Florida. oc-t 15-1y l ... A


AND-


A IVA A. KNIGHT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
NO 2 REED'S BLOCK-(up stairs,)
jani4 y. Jacksonville, Florida.
eUULMS T. HEMBERT,
Attorney at Law,


G-11v'eyf41&/


~II


JA-CKSON
Office-No. 2, Reeds Block.


\


(Formcrly Nellie C. Snow) FLA.
57 BAY STIMEET, JACK[SONVILLE FLA.


'\


OFFERS FOR SALE. AT LOWEST CASH PRICES. A FINE SELECTION ()


C. MARCY. H. If. MARCY. J C. XAECY, JR.
4 t'. itAICY & SONS,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAN%
68% West Bay Street,
march. Jacksonville, Fla.
11. NORTON,
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law,
COMMISSIONER FOR NEW -YORK AND
OTHER STATES.
my27-iy No. 1 West Bay street, Jacksonville, F:a.
EA- IVAtD M. HIENEIT,
Attorney &ad Counsellor-at-Law,
(Offie No. 8)
REED'S (new). BLOCK, WEST BAY STREbT
'Ii. mlll^lStEtI., } r

Attorney and Coausellor-at-Law,


apr '6 ROOM NO. r, P. 0. 1BUILDI1N(G.
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ff ON. W. BRYSON. SR..
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law and
Solicito in Equity,
Will practice in all the Courts of this State, and in the
Circuit and District Courts of the United States in
Jacksonville and Tallahassee. References : Hun. J.
M Baker and I. Bisbee, Jr., Jacksonville; Hou. D.
S. Walker, Tal'ahassec; Hlon. A. S. Merriinoi, Ash-
ville, N. C ; Hon. Z. B. Vance. N C.
feb 6 0OFFICEIN COURT kiOUSE If.
D R. CHARLES R. DORAN,
Homeopathic Physician,
9w Office lHours 11 to 1 a. m.- 3 to 5 p. m
Office and Residence, 68 Pine Street, corner of
Aluonroe.
nov 25 tf JACKSONVILLIC, FLA.
.A. ilOI.T,
Physician and Surgeon,
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.


J. WITS -,

And Agent for the BROOKLYt|, (NBWYORK,) SUWA RRREFINING COMPANY V,
76 -West Bay street,


I0 For the Btest ant irastest
and Bibles. Prices reduced
. PUBLISHING Co Atlanta,

REA iTIfIN
this county to whom we will
month and expenses to sell
Sample free. Addies.
CO.,. Marshall, Michigan.
3o days on 0100 invested.
ports and information free.
mtock options of $io to $So.
Wiglht t: Co., Bankers,
k 4w
0I Jndlclously Inveted In
i WllStlaythetoundi-
0 1 tion for fortunes every
raflts by the New Capit lzatlon
a. Full explanation on applica-
, Baaker, S,3 Broad St., X. Y.

A THOUSAND.
CURED.--inen death wae
n Consumption, all rtimedie.
I Jalues was experimenting,
preparation of Indian Hemp,
Id, and now gives this recipe
amps to pay expense. Hemp
nausea at the stomach, and
t*wentv-four hours. Addlres.
0 1,032 Race Mireet,
iing this paper.
hauled Free for Me Ct.
Four far <$1.
$0.000 wil I be paid to any
orson wh ocan explode a /amp fittgd
ith our PATENTED SAFETY AT-
ACHMKNT.
May nse any lamp or burner. '.
Prevents dripping .nd heating.
Bend for amples,with size of collar
i your Iamp.
owton's @afely Lamp Co.,
13 Went Broa way, ew Ytrk.
Binghamton, N. Y.


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Office and Residence No. 3t, Fast F'oit.yth Street,
near Newnan.
OFFICE HOIJkOS from V'! to :3 P. M.-7 to R I. M.
nov 25 tf
D R. P. E. JOHN.s,\
Hommsopathic Physit ian,
Offi.an ad lice at C 1. Rinsonn's, No. FINE
Wc-t Adams stret.t OftIcc IouLIs 8 tj 111 a, In. F IN
and 3 to 5 p. hI. ,,,v, \
It.il. u K-I'OUTI,
ilotciwopatlhic lPhy.icia I
Residence .rnd Onicc on Pow stree, next I. th.
Moncrief U,. I
Ofllc Hours--i a. In. to 12 u.0, 2 to 4 and 7 08!
P.m. M nilvl
Homoeopathic MevIicine for sale. feb6 2m !
WtK.M. /ef. eAUIf* D. D. S..


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ELASTIC TRUSS
Has a Pad differing from al 0them,
I i cup shape, with Self-AdjuitUo
Ball In contat,adaplt selfto all
Iitlo i, of the body. while the
.Ifahli the cup prnuc baelk the
Int-tli-Jnei- aprMilWoaMl
whth lh. ltacfr. With light
pisure the Hnalis b held securely
I CU certain. ItIsa1--, arab
, Ci-uln n frm.
'TRUSS CO., Cklmt, IML


NO). 77 WESVT BAY S TREFT.


V- '. ;>KrricT
.n> sAV AN -AH 1>. P-1 C ,.
rresnh 5salway.un&aJ.j
C C. ARR8, I BA1lll, KL61 AMA m
(Sitcccs-,,r u,- R: W Philips D. D. S.), -.. ... ... ... ...... ........ ... ...
Dentist,
jnne2,-,m ,.11! WEST BAV STRFET. GEORGE R. FOSTER. JAMES A.
DIt 0. P. IFHOOONALD, C3rE3 3n. fC^.1
S1,,IVTIsr, FIRE INSURANCE
"o7-Wet Bay street,,over Rolinso,'s Drug Store. Liverpool, London anc
Mt26 CQueen Insurance (

ORUGGISTS. HEonle of N e-w
?E-tnri. pof" H

To Our Friends and the Public, CO-MBINE AS.Eo
ON OR ABOUT DECEMBER ist, WE SHALL
open a BRANCH STORE, on the corner of
LAUIIA AND DUVAL 8TRETS., sell
opposite the Ft Jests Hlotel, With a fnll line 'fC
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES.
FANCY USCaes for Canary
and we ask the support of the ,esidems of that neigh-1 er


A. MARVI', HENRT MVERS:,
a^SO.e3CO..

I.CE AGENCY.
i Globe Insurance Compan-.
r Y ork.
artford.
a of'*New York.
my I


Commisiion Merehan .%

132 Dock and 819 North Second Streets,

Philadelphia.
tVySouthern Fruits and Vegetables -t specialty.
)an 5 wnjnd2w

NOTICE.
T HE EXERCISES IN TH' ACADEMY OF
Prof. C. F. t~ansenier, wil! be resumed on MON-
DAY, January tih. Plivale le-sons in the various
branches of an English. Comnmercial and Classic
education will be given For terms, etc apply to
the subscriber.
jam- -m REV PROF. C. F. BANSEMER.

Incorporation Notice.


N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. IN ACCORD-
1 ance with an Act of the Legislature of 1868,
of the State of Florida, governing corporations,
that the undersigned do hereby form themselves
into a company to be named and styled the "At-
lantic Coast Steamboat, Canal and Improvement
Company." for the purpose of opening and
straightening Pablo creek, connecting the same
by a canal or steamboat channel to the navigable
waters of North river, and the clearing of the
same; the cutting of a steamboat channel,
inland, at Matanzas inlet: the cutting of a canal
and steamboat channel from Matanzas river to
the navigable waters of Halifax river: the clear-
ing out of a sufficient channel through Mosquito
lagoon; the cutting of a proper channel from
Mosquito lagoon at or near the "Haulover," con-
necting with the waters of Indian river, and the
opening of a sufficient channel from Indian river
to Lake Worth, with the privilege of opening up
water communication with Crescent Lake, Spring
Garden Lake, or the waters of the St. Johns. at
such point or points as may be found exptdient,
for tho purpose of opening up a steamboat navi-
gation to be maintained and used by. them, for
the purpose of transporting passers,-ers and
freight and the improvement of adjace'i- lands
S. I. WAILES. Washington, D. C.
CHAS. HOLMES, Fort George, Florida.
D. R. LEACH, Blake, Florida.
B. F. LEACH, Blake, Florida
D. 0. BALCOM, Boston. Massachusetts.
I. COKYELL, Jacksonville, Florida.
HENRY TITUS. Titnsville. Florida
AUGUSTUS W. CUTTLER, Morristowa, H.,..
Incorper*&A.
Jacksonville, Fla., January 2, 1880. -On


borhood1.
MEDICINES CAN BE OBTAINED AT ANYI
HOUR. DAY OR NIGHT.
We t.ike this occa.sion to thank you for the gen- j


erous support you have accorded, during our three" Cages for 7arot,
years' bnsim"ss experience in Jacksonvi:ll, to bespeak j
a contiuanceCo< it, and to asnute you that we intend j g es for Sq
in the future, as in lhc past, to tendea,,or to merit uirrels,
your kindly support. We\pro.is. NEW, HANDSOME AND CHEAP, JUST THE THING FOR CHRISTMAS.
P VJ It E 1 l 14 I I DI CIW1. Sj "CALL AND SKE TTHEM AND BUY ONE, AT

REASONA.ILE PRICEM 1 F3. 3B c. -793.
AND dteC2o
4,WO RA ;LrK. TREATMENT
.... I +, ,-. ': a& AL o44> r, ap '3t o P .' -
We shall, a s eratre give our', most careful at- -
W knOuwr WgaCRlTTION DEPART*MENT. N, 0 *** *^^.0| F
None bWt *h' *BBT1ir9P.K INKS will be E ,'..,,^ t Is E p A
used, and our prices will always be a moderate as is T --
consistent wit ecelcea, qli.o,, Orange M ills, Putnam county
OUR GENERAL STOOK9
is probably the largest and nost varied in the stae, RANGE GROVES
a..d is complete in evi bac. Npelt &g. RTC TW 1 T> 0 ^


*3 TIM MI= POWMB -:g

SCUREO
HUMPHREYS'
Homeopathic Specifics
Been in general use for 20 years..Eve~y-
where proved the most Safe, Simple, Eto.
mical and Efficient Medicines known.
are just what the people want, sav-
money, sickness and suffering.,
e Specific the well-tried prescription+
ohy sician.
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OnAL--S I13
Hardware and Cutlery, Sas
Doors and Blinds.



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Coull -


mention given toorderm from (the 4
try, wholesale or retail.

GEO. HUGHES--& BROTD
IDruggis' t nlt harPiunaciml
CORNER O Y AV AND 0_)KAN STR
. --


BUILDING SITES. UNIMPROVED LANDS
HFR, T]HIS PROPERTY, NOW PLACED UPON THE MARKET FOR THBi FIRST W
S ,1 biacng overm are., ie on the east bank o, the St. Johns River at Orange Mills, 63 so
J acksoaville, and 11 miles north of Palatka. The location i s nsurp-rd for health and lis i imW 0
ocean and river steamer pass daily. Post-office but five minutes' walk. Mall daily, amon 411"
E E'S. lThe mznificent water expanse (2o miles nvo th. 7 miles to the west. andsi river 2 m 'wide.
Live oaks*, ooued with the trailing Spanish mos, the 6.d S.Spnish Fmo (buesa Vtea), 'he
through the pine woods, all add to its attractivesu- and detrability. -S
The subdivision -9pmri es (S) Five River Fronts, designated by letters A. B, C. D. K, w *
tracts. with avessl 9o feet, nzo feet and iao feet respectively throughout, etc. V
- -- 3 rtuaethe Residecme Prtopey, admirably adapted for a Hotel or Fnmale Seminary. A a11111tM
-nt oq 15 feet; second-story 13 feet; the main hall la it" 66 inva"11 74;I
-i wide. Side Piazzas 6o feet long 0o feet wide. Rear PI- ad
i W of wing. Parlor and Library M2 feet square. Dinlnmgro-A l x*5u. ,Cbak-n--
1"^^..Pas fhoKot hard finished. Hosxise well pass"e lMed "d r-4-t Ce 1- 1 Mek -t
,.v c -d h, ..r....ntml l;,ied building. Win embraces. 8reaklUt. St,*-.'ro l, telis Lasudry.
1 n herreo ar ntirepl.req Crt'n Yin,-tian Blinds to al the windows Attach .to the premiMs is t stamboat
;r-JR Pic Ith onamuunu flag-homse. ,Atwo-story boat house t1xA6fe; T<*waIL-way *tcI )biwt
.d_oh, b W_ A Dam W a Car. r* se I.t; C Homo. Woori a (Mk
beliches), FruIt-S. ad A* to earh, A larga GiapI Aac i ,e 101100 aquaria limi ft
T.Japan riiuM. Juow. Gimis 11111aead^&Dlt The Cran an haB~- l
,r a o!1 t <>u af cav'i e~i.,-'r. .n *o fcM wide t-i^ JN --=c -+c ii + Cn fa l1o *- Jui, t r-l
rrN .Ttle "ere t and complete. tmp ovmn cost. 71W.'^^---^-. -^^p-^'^^sffki
0 tl WIll w be pola at much le< than tne cost of lnipro-ehvl. g'ie"r.-. .z 0V ^f +. Wit
Bisa buildiagaite. Afine viewWithlir o<, etc., with a f rw Orimip'e ---
IP .NirShrubs. PlAnts, e.g. Price, with 6o aor FPine Landadditloe. vr0 tow. -,.. -t- .
X A I C p an Oranie Grove. trees barig. with Guavasso Le- US l- and Bananas. Lkv
Wind milad a"tamk We"o pu-e Jvggw^ ^ by Al; Spaulafto a weay ago. "Go0o rier.o
D Is an 0^^?- _r-ve, -6 Tre V-"*- also. Le"insM.Lissis. Gusa* 1111114,-M so Rem rMi~Mi
ag ^iina. 1 O 111RPf-l -' 5 rliit f"O IO U P ^ ^S ^^ 'a 3 at*


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AND-

9 AL L STYLES.
7STIRE E.
SON & BAHTELLS.

i Nurseries.
TROPICAL FRUIT TREES

evergreen Shrubs and
ing Plants.
etics of BUDDED ORANGE
ty. Send for Descriptive
LBERT I BIDWELL,
Jacksonville. Fla

Cruden's Con-
0 lllstra-JU S
NEW FEATURES. also for
\A Van witb over 4:00
1 Song, V ENGRAVINGS.
aa,?,'.HOUOAYS
1 SONG, for the Young Peo
Is sent on apBi.ation to
S 5.Tus, Mo
tool, Cover and Book, ,_lyo
113 to SPS5. .XU9 :t"pi, 3 set Reeds, 2 Knee
dy $9S. Holiday New-oaper
EL F. BEATTY, Washing-
4w


VILLEI, ..


MILLINERY, FANCY DRESS GOODS and TRIMMINg,
GLOVES, HOSIERY, CREWELS AND ZEPHYRS.


0. L. I WEENTE.

Millinery, Fancy andJD .n
No. 67 Went Bay st., f.r*r &**, Ja~k
Has Constantly in Stock a Full Line of Goods EmbT
jei6 AP -RoA"PIy ; RDUCE:De:



GRO tNS, 110


MARKENS BROTHERS,

DIRECT 'RECEIVERS OF

KENTUCKY BOURBON AND RYE WHISKIng,__
-ALSO-_
CHOICE STOCK OF WINES BRAINDIES, INS, Etc.,

MILWAUKEE, St. LOUIS and CICINNATI BEER,

FPloridan Scuppernong r'Wine,


WINES, LIQUORS' AND FANCY GROCERIES,.
IMPORTED AND KEY WEST CIGARS.
% A SPECIALTY OF

PURE G06DS AND DELICACIES FOR I'NVALIDSI.


fifft, SHRIGLEY & cO.,
WHOLESALE


Dr. F. jL rufo Aurors, =mO Co., UL

ON30DAYSeTRIAL
e will send our Llectro-Vo taic Belts and other
Electric Appliances tpon trial for 3o davs to those
suffering from Neronm Debility, Rheumati-sm
P.rAiiysis or any diseases of the Liver or Kidneys,
and miny other diseases. A sure cure guaranteed or
no pay. Acdresi VOLTAIC DELT io., Mar-
shall. Mich
NOTICE OF

INCORPORATION !

St. Johns River and GulffRai/-
road& Investment Company.
In accordance with section one of an act of the leg-
islature of Florida, entitled, -'An act to provide -
general law for the Incorporation of Railroads and
Canals." Approved February i9th, 1874 Notice is
hereby given that usder the provisions of said act, a
company has been organized under the name of the
"T. JOHNS RIVIcR AND GULF KAILKOAD
AND INVESTMENI" COMPANY," for the pur-
p.ise of constructing, maintaining and operating a line
of railroad for public use in the corveyancc of pcirsons
and property from tbh westerly ranch of the St. Johns
River at (,r near Pahltka, in Putnam County, to Tam-
pa Bay, in Hillsboro County, wi.h one branclI fron,
any suitable point on the main line to tne boun-
daty line between the states of Florida and Georgia
in Hamilton County. Florida, and another branch
from Tampa Bay to the headwaters of the SL
Johns River, in Orange County, and another branch
from Palatka to Jacksonville, said main line and
branches to be situated in the counties of Puitnam,
Marion, Sunmter, Hernando, Hillsborough, Alachua,
Bradford, Columbia, Suwannee, Hlam.lton, Polk,
Clay and Duval i.AAC TAYLOR.
IIENRY C.'WllTINKY, Incorporators.
WILLIAM L..CANDLER,
<:HAR1.KS A. lU)AkIMAN, dec4w-

A FORTUNE QUICKLY MADE.
MONEIY has been made more rapidly within the
last few months in Wall street thla at any period since
1873 Immense profits have been realized from small
investments The following affidavit explains itself:
Personally appeared before me. George A. Payne,
of 134 W 49th Street. New York City, to me known,
and -n being duly sworn says that on an investment
of $25 placed with Thatcher, Belmont & Co., Bliank-
ers, and ty them o peatwd fa peiod ot l--e V k",
i. had returcd to me by the baM firiWgf.jM*
(Signed) GE O. A 'VPAS g.
State of Now York, (.I
C;" and Couity of New York, f"
T-%t,.hci, Mi-uiont & Co. "acept Sublcreei op
ib t per cest, inargi"ia 'or m Iein r Cd xitinu o
V lop al, whereby a nuiaber o(1 toil smiimof trom Uiv
at 4 upwards are aRgefated and stocks opeliid
Litma Wall street information sent free upon applica-
bACBKE.o BELMONT & CO., Iankers.
P.O. 0box 1307, or 48 Broad Street, New York City
SUZIXDICT & McCOnH ,


Cages for Mocking Birds,

Cages fbr Robins,


,w.ad bt---,Aimm.mLw Lv %0 0 AiLP m Xb ai- op


i'Meofit
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and

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AGRICULTURALel AR E

Devoted to te t oural and Inda
Wa'rl Interests of Flprida.


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THE


IN 25CTS. AND $1S B OTLES.
Its properties are Demulcent, 2.utri-
tive Balsamic, Soothing and Healuh w
Combining all these qualities, it is th,
most effective LUN O BALSAM ever'
offered to sufferers from pulmonary


S mS iLRnY'S

in


tir, t'ms. tr deners, aurserym, tFruit-O
.S. Iflwists, Polttry aftd Beoe-Kpers, S1
Kital- Houawlves, and others, a e cordially
,ah-omied to coammanleato nay faots of gee
JwllUK lWl their, xeM tive pureu
itoc favors, Wnid MthiK^ Acrtadnlug
thl paf ~ritmeut, aho CMt-.d_me*8"to ftos
PRos Agricttltr D"x 'o. VA

HEATM1 MUVA1604B-
From the Rural New Yorker.
Never apply heating manures up.o
dry soil, or cold ones on a wet one.
manures which attract moiAture sho
go upon a dry soil, such as plaster, s
ashes, tetc., etc.; to put suah manu
upon wet soils is tod flood then and lea
out their virtues. Much disappointm
perlenced by novices-old or youi
0 do not know the nature of
lizer they employ. -To have m
do all its work, it must have wa
her from irrigation, the tub-soil
e atmosphere. Dry manure is wo
an none.
PEAR 'tKREES.
hing I have found out ab,
'd an enthusiastic ho
Sntly, "is t4 ta1
..I t wouldjeq
see how much wattffng a
A ; ,, Wj Lmost' tr
plants, anm rytbl i s-irows ia
soil, -need ter. t Y-. I kB
that a pear ee w a t is bewiag fri
demands a great deal pl Water. I hi
' grown pears for many y rs, but noe
S became so fu'ly satisfied their act
need for water as thls-s(rason. I hI
watered some of the trees 'n my gard
with liquid manure, every day t
summer and fall, and* you ought ,to
how the fruit increased in size and qu
ity. Oh, yes, that liquid manure
water from the house sewer and
chamber ,lops, tell the story! Pe
trees will never eet tired of this, we a
sure."
SAlMAQUND1.
Gum camphor is a speedy remedy w
which to clear the house of cockroach
To prevent milk rapidly souring p
into it a small portion ot bichromate
soaudia.
When thereis danger of staining t
hands from preparing fruit and vegel
bles, rub them with fresh lard.,
Branches of the elder bush hungin t
dining-room of a house, will clear t
room of flies. It has an odor which t
insects de est.
A little salt sprinkled in starch whi
it is boiling, teudsa to prevent it fro
titiking; it is likewise good to stir it wi
a clean spermacetti candle.
Corn is said to be sweeter if boil
with the inner husks on; strip the hus,
back, pick off the silk, then put tl
husks back again over the ear of co
and boil it.
Handsome screen, and mantel law
brequins are made by pasting colored
pictures, autumn leaves and other d
stagns upon a background of black can
brise finishiung the whole with a coat
g.,tA varnish. .
l ke (ut
on il cl side with yellow soap; then t
u apyiece ofpe'arlash ia the cloth an
o x 'k_"a-!4iy hot *raer,or boil;afterwan
el lS tme as eu prtto m,- .....
air us*tkeftle disappear.
To remove he lide of tin cans, p-ap
a shovelful of oatls on thile top, which
will speeoly ujsglder thegn; they ca
taen be s1mo ve4 by the aid of any o
case knif#. Car* must be taken or th
side sea.i w/ll also tj % Ovad,
To tnka out tei states, pat the linft
in a kettlb of cold water;, rob tiU th
well wiLt common castile ao0 ; pit th
kettle onthe side of'the stove, to let th
water get gradually warm; wash
thoroughly in warm soapsuds; then ru
the stain with soap, and boil, then giv
it a thorough rinsing.
If your coal fire is low, throw on
tabespoenful of salt, and it will help
very much.
A littleginger put insausage meost im
Pr te e eeavor.
.tetenu^.cs dip the knife frequently

hi bti heat for soup, use cold wa
-lter lty-^/W"" theuiee. If the meat i
iHwrd Ar tC~ei,,IJne, plunge in boilin,
water at once.
You can get a bottle or barrel of oil of
a.y carpet or Wqoolen stuff by applying
buckwheat plentifully _and faithfully
Nerex pug water to sqch a grease spot
orliquitdofany kind. -
Btoil steak without waiting. Sal
draws the juices in cooking; it is desira
ble to keep these in if possible. Cool
over a hot tir, turning frequently, sear
ingsa both'side?. Place on a platter
salt and pepper to taste.
A small piece of charcoal in the po
with boiling cabbage removes the smell
Clean oil-cloths with milk and water


a brash and soap will ruin them.
Tamblersa that have had mi!k in them
,should never be put In hot water.

Macaroni, vermigelli, sea-biscuit,
pilot bread, plain crackers, and opm
brlo, i afet ke, in eom-
tau rigent. desstfcaroh tand
yterandMAIMAftfo maeI etter
Sliketase a d ofi
c ese, c.0 han made ofneas
rI edt bgh II
er swe as pilot or
a ld e tteikeftt. The
rownIte Inop SMJU UPCon"
tains more gluten and lets s teh than'
any -t her, and therefore makes better
macenroni. This gluten is nitrogenoup,
like lean meat, casein or curd of milk
(cheese), etc., and strengthens one's
muscles more than the more starchy
trthern flour. Starch is carbonaceous,
oiug material for producing fat
i pt, r promoting warmth in the sys-
Mtilon ofj people in Italy use
rhwtlci a tli e ief, if not sOle food
the 7. rrod-4a gluten answering
Wf VW m en onsume d by- other
muscular strength or
wQtf i power. Sea-isculit, pilot
an, an.plain c kers, those with-
at the "Ishering". of butter or lard,
kvd simply flour sad wtsr. worked into
ough douh gh d Ml 'iAd of being
jr or sun-driel S mantmrls ad vermi-
elli are. Ttfey i- Mkt Mada of
northern gra" <^dp q |iq ore


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"a to raise the phlegm ? Have you an irrita-
tion in the throat ? A sense of oppression on
the lungs, with short breath? Do you have a
fit of coughing on lying down A sharp pain.
now and then in the region of the heart, shoul-
ders and back? Itf so, our Advice is take at.
once a dose of Tutt's Expectorant; you willsoom
be able to raise the phlegm. In an hour repeat


Decem ber 4th. EAMS-IP.-S
COMPOSED VF THE FItrT-CLASS STEAMSHIPS
WVESTERUN TEXAS, Captain Hine,.
CITY -APPOINTED TO SAII.-
From JACKSONVILLE, every THURSDAY. to suit the tide.
FROM NEW YORE, PIER 20, EAST RIVEE, EVERY FRIDAY, AT 3 ?. M.
THIS LINE HAVING NO ANSWERS TO MAKE BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND NEW
YORK offers the BES" and CHPAPEST TRANSPORTATION to Florida shippers.
. Oranges wdill receive special care in handling.
PASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS are First-Class.
The Traveling Public are offered the advantage of a DIRECT LINE, WITHOUT ANY CHANGES,
Connections made at Jacksonville with Steamboats tor all points on the St. Johns, Ocklawsha and Indian
Rivers, and wiih the Transit Railroad at Fernandina. for all railroadstations in Florida.
Freebrt &"I Passenger iats xLower than by INDIuKBIr LINES.
THROUGH RATES AND BILLS O LADIMG o ALL POINTS.
For Rates of F cW. .t Yassage and f[ther information, apply to cQTTAID, Agent
inOH P.^^?* *pncQUAJD, Agent,
I T ra elingAgent. Jacksonville,Fla.
,--.,rWO I n, ,C. .. M tL V & '0'
nov ler 20, "'ast

BOOKS AND STATIONERY. UPH OLS

ASHMEAD BROS.,
No. 21 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla., W H Sh
75 WEST BAY ST
Over Dr. Robinson9s
novs-sy


the Expectorant, place a hot iron to the feet,take.
two of Tutt's Pills. You will soon fall into a
pleasant sleep and wake up in the morning,
cough gone, lungs working freely; easy breath-
ing, and the bowels moving in a natural manner.
To prevent a return of these symptoms use the
expectorant several days.
Office, 35 Murray Street, N. Y.
TUTT'S PILLS
crUllE TOPID LIVl..
TUTT'S PILLS
CURE DYSPEPSIA. "
TUTTS PI LLS
CURE COSTIVENESS.
TUTT'S PILLS
CUl FEVCVElIt AND ACG.4
TUTT'S PILLS
CURIi SICK HEADACHE*
TUTT'S PILLS
CURE BILIOUS COLIC.
TUTT'S PILLS
GIVE APPETITE,.
TUTT'S PILLS
PURli;Y "IrTHE BLOOD.
TUTT'S PILLS.
CURE PIE S.

TUTTSnHAR '*YE#
UtA e l wIat Olt WarSKaism changed to a GLOSSY
LIAS ity n single application of this DYE. It im-
pars a Ntural Color, acts Instantaneously, and is
as Harmless as spring water. Sold by Druggista, or
sent by express on receipt of $1.
Office, 35 Murray St., New York.


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DAILY SUN AN1D PRESSJ--ACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, SUNDAY MORNING,. ANUARY 11. 1880.


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E OCEAN AND RIVER STEAMERS. M

MERC0 HAN TS' LI/NE!/ .
To Sanford, Melonville, Enterprise 1
I l_ l. and Intermediate Landings.
?Steamer Geo. N. Bird, THE ONLY
J- -W. A. SIAW, Captain
'_" : WESTERN

OWN POINTS, TEXAS

E THEM e A L
Leaves Jacksonville, every TUESDAY and FRIDAY LEAVES
SEIs ht Sr at 3 P i.. .for the ;bov. |.,its. returning: leaves
e LseCwIher. Sanford and Ent.roricev:r 11l U RDI)AV andSUN. JACKSONVILLE
DAY, at 4 o'clu k a. n'. Ilhik boat makes close SON VLL
connection with th.e Florida Le-nmral Railroad and
WELLS ste .niship lines for .'ill point< North and West. THURSDAY,
GhORGE R FOrTER & CO HU AY,
0n Eico Agents Steamer George M. bird.
One Else.' Wi HR LUCAS, Passenmer Agent November 20.
F.JORDAN. Ge, eral "licact Agent, 68 West


Bay street, lacksonville. jan5


GROCERS COMMISSION MEbWANTS &C

H. F. coLCOitD,
-

HIDES AND SKINS,
Hussey& Ellis' Store, 14 West Bay.
JACKSBONVIV'IE, FLORIDA.
Highest cash price paid for Hides, Skina, Furs,
Wax, Wool. Ac. junel6dly

P. McQUAIDi
ZhIppin 2 Commisstons M hant
WHOLESALE DBALLA IN
Grain, Hay, Flour and Meats.
AGENT POR THI
"New York and Jacksonville S.S LtxUe.
and Steamer *'Roms.."
iY3 dxy] No. 48 West Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.


I


1


OITY OF

DA"LAS-

LEAVES

TACKSONVILLE,
I*
Iiovember 13,

November 27


I MANUFACTURE MV


disease.


DR. J. F. HAYWOOD,
of New York, voluntarily Indorses it.
-READ WHAT HE SAYS:-
Dr. TUTT : New York, Sept., 19,1877.
Dear Sir-During this year I voiced n.ne hundred
eases of lung d senses. In the lower w.rds of the
city the Cses were of a very severe type. It wan
theremy attention Was called to Tutt's Expecforant.
and I confess my surprise at its wonderful power.
During a practice of twenty years, I have never
known a medicine to act as promptly, and with such
happy effects. It instantly subdued the most violent,
fits of coughing, and invariably cured the disease in
a few days. I cheerfully indorse it as the best lungr
medicine I ever used.
J. FRANOIS HAYWOOD, M. D.
A NEWSPAPER PUB. WRITES.
Office, Evening News, Augusta, Ga.
Dr. TUTT: Dear Sir-Mylittle son, was attacked
with pneumonia last winter, which left him with a,
violent cough, that lasted till within a month since,
for the cure of which I am indebted toyour valuable
Expectorant. I had tried most every thing recom-
mended, but none did anyogood until Iuud yeor E-
peot, *rnt, one bottle of which removed the coug
tvaitiYely. With many thanks, I am yours truly.
JOHN M, W. iGLE.
Had terrible NICHT SWEATS.
Dr --._ Memphis. Feb., 11, 1871.
r. TU :-: Sr-rirw b fBftariag *m i .Bly two
,nrs with a severe 6& nWhen I commenced ta-
F king your rxpotorut Iwas reduced to one hundred
,nrfateea pounds m w~I~kt. I had tried almost
a Rvtthtiag; had terrible night sweats Ihave taken
siflzenbttlM, The night sweats have left m%1
Sp)Ud in flesh. I recommend it to all my friends.
With great respect, OLIVER RICE.
IMPORTANT qUESTIONS.
)ader, have you caught a cold? Are you un-


AND GUARANTEE

Better than Any Made

I canr.and do, PUT DOWN W

Cheaper than Any
GUARANTEE ALL


Drew, Hazeltine & Livingston,
OiWners and Agents of Line of Vessels Running North
and East, and Jack ville Marine Railway,
AND DEALERS IN
Lime, Plaster, Hair, Cement,
Hay, BrIck and Ice,
Laura Street Wharf, Jacksonville, Fla.
apr5 tf

H. BERLACK,

Auction & Commission House,
32 West Bay Sereet.
New and Second-Hand Goods bought and sold to
good advantage.
"FURNITURE A SPECIALTY.

AUCTION & COMMISSION HOUSE
FRIDENBERG & CO.
CASH PAID FO R SECOND-HAND FURNI
TURE. WEARING APPAREL, ETC.
ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS.
J. SLAGER, Auctioneer,
novxn 15 WEST BAY STREET.

H. E. Wilcox,

FRUIT AND PRODUCE STORE,
COR. CHURCH AND JULIA STREETS,
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS,
But a specialty of buying and selling Fruit and Pro-
duce. nov5-tf


MATERIAL AND WORK

WM. CLARKE.,
PLUMBER,
--ipor s6 West Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla


ACCOMMODATION L/NE /I
Through to Sanford. Enter-
prise, Elc.



t'2

The Steamer HATTIE,
Captain Thoneas R. Payne,
Having withdraw from the Anchor Line. has bee
charfered'By essrg-. >ayne arh lUccle i
run independently as an accommnocation boat, lear-
ing gysen & Smith's wharf, foot of Ocean Street, on
WEDNES"DAYS an~d SATURDAYS at 3 P. In.
She will be run on the European plan. Fare to
Palatka, $ .oo; to Sanford, $4.oo, with intermediate
rates to other points. MAleals and staterooms extra.
1the Hattie has now been permanently placed on
the route and we solicit the patronage o our former
friends Frieghts will be as low as by any other boat,
and no charge for wharfage.
nov16 TYSEN & SMITH, Aepnts.


HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES.
1MIaES. S. .A.. .D.A-."S-,

Private Board,
Open December 1.
CORNER LAURA AND ASHLEY STREETS,
T 1r~n..llw-A-- 1ri0.:n


ANCHOR LINE.
The Elegant Saloon Steamer ARROW.
^M~issS assr


ST. MARKS HOTEL,


Wholesale and Retail
Booksellers, Stationers, Printe


NEWNAN STREET, NEAR BAY.


FREDR E. FOSTER, Manager.
RATES $2.5o PER DAY.


And Dealers in
Toys, Dolls and Fancy Articles.
-NEWS-DEALFRE-
All the latest Daily and Weekly Papers, Monthly
Magazines, Novels, Music, etc.
Subscriptions taken to all publications at publica-
tion prices. nov7-tf

.. UNDOERTAKERS.

CALVI NA& OA--


Special terms for those remaining throughout the
season. dec20o-3m
HOTEL WINDSOR,
JACKSONVILLE, - FLORIDA.
IS NOW OPt'N.
Teims,to February i. x83o: Per day, $2a.50 oto $3.00oo.
Per week, 1r4 o- to $ 7.00oo, according to'locality of
"'3tr The Table will continue to be oneof the lead-
ing features ot the hotel, and no expense*wilrbe
spared to make the Windsor one of the landing Ho-
tels of Florida.
W. M. NICHOLLS,
dec2o-3m Proprietor.

Fleming's Island House,
IIIBERNIA, FLORIDA.
T HIS HOUSE IS NOW OPEN FOR GUESTS.
The tables are supplied with Otanges, Milk and
Vegetables from the farm. For reference apply to
deci7-im F A. FLEMING. Proprietor.,

Carleton House.


S. 0. HEMENWAY, Master,
Will leave wharf foot of Pine Street, every WED-
NESDAY at 3 p. m., and SUNDAY at to a, m., for
PALATKA, ENTERPRISE. SANFORD, LAKE
JESSUPand all Way Landings.
No Wharfage jor.Tra.sist -Cli.cgcs.
- .ThrZfg ,Ti sof -lading given to all points North,
East and West on FRUIT ANU VEGETABLES.
Freight and passage as low as by any other boat.
A. L. RICHARDSON, General Agent.
HARVEY GRANGER, Traveling Agent.

H. L. HART'S LINE
OF
00klawaha Steamers.
STEAMER
OKEEHUMKEE,
Capt A. L. RICE,


rURNISHIG UNDERTAKER. AND
IMARBLIE DEALER.
7 Wset Forsayth Street.


Metallic burial Cases,
Wood Coffins, Robes, &c.
Marble, Monuments, Headstones, Man-
ties and Grates, lion Railings, etc
r W Prices low and satisfaction guaranteed.


LEAVEN JACKSONVILLE TIIU]Rf
DA YS at 9 o'clock a m.
LEAVES PALATKA SAWME NICHT
after arrival of Chirleston steamer.
ARRIVES AT JACKSONVILLE
TUESDAY AFTERNOON.
GEO. R. FOSTER, Agent.
F. JORDAN. Passenger Agent.
SEASON 1879-80.

FLORIDA AND SAVANNAH
VIA
THE POPULAR INSIDE STEAMER ROUTE.


SPORTSMEN'S G D0003.

SPORTSMEN'S EMPORIUM.

W. C. P/TTMAN,
DEALER IN
GUNS, RIFLES and PISTOLS,


Manufactured
EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET,
FOR PAcKING

ORANGES AND VEGETABLES I
-Which-we are Frepared to Furnish at .
MANUFACTURERS' PRICES.
Special rates made for dealer., and wholesale buyers.
DREW, HAZEI.TINE & LIVINGSTON,
Sep 1o-df]311 Jacksonville, Florida.
OHN CLARK,
FORWARDING


My Stock of SCOTCH SUITS must be sold. so
please examine them tor the next ten days.
novi-tf
TH-.A SAN FOR GRANT


J ACKSONVII.T, FLORDA,,
NxO 0 -w P E w.
STIMPSON, DEVENELL & DAVIS.
novs PROPRIETORS.


jmLSTi '1109811

Gcainesville, Florida,

IS NOW OPEN FOR GUEST*-;
4
Address by letter, or telegraph

J. B. WISTAR.


ORANGE COUNTY, FLORA.
LANDS FOR ORANGE, LEMON ANOPINB-
Apple Culture, Truck Gardens, for Winter Homes,
ilia bites onu Lake Fronts, for sale on eay tetms to
actual settlers.
Long experience has proved the fact that this county
is pre-eminently suitable for the culture of all the
more delicate tropical and semi-tropical products,
the temperature during the entire year being far more
equitable than any other portion of the state. Injuri-
ous frosts are here entirely unknown.
The Swedes Colony, on the Grant, furnishes abun-
dant and reliable labor, and will plant and cate for
Orange and Lemon Groves on contract. Town Lots
for yale. Special Rates and Terms for the Trades.
Apply to JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Arent.
may 23-tl Sanford, Fla.


INLAND STEAMBOAT COMPANY.
STEAMERS


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SHOOTING and FISHING TACKLE
Breech-Loading Shells Loaded to Order.
Fine Liquors for Family Use by the Bottle
or Gallon.
NO. 3 WEST BAY STREET,


AND
Commission Merchant
AND DtALXkk IN
GROCERIES PROVISIONS. GRAIN,
HAY, SEGARS, &c.
Sole Agent for Florida for
Averill s Chemical Paint, and
White's Patent Money Drawers.
S Agent for r =
S HAMPTON and VOLUSIA,
AND
SQUIRE'S LINE SAILING PACKETS,
From New York.
jan 24 Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.

DUPONT'S


City of Bridgeton &Daiid Clark,
After having undergone extensive repairs, are
now in first-class order in every department, and will
perform the following service, commencing Thursday,
December 25:
Steamer City of Bridgeton leaves Jackson-
ville, from Hartrige's wharf, every Thursday night,
(leaving Palatka. Tocoi and Green Cove Springs every
Thursday afternoon). arriving at Savannah Saturday,
making clo;e connection with steamships for New
York and Philadelpeia.
Steamer C'lty of Bridgeton will leave Fernan-
dina every Sunday, on ar ival ol 11:15 a. m. train from
Jacksonville, reaching Savannah Monday morning.
Steamer David Clark leaves Fernandina after
arrival of 1:15 a. m. train from Jacksonville on Tues-
day and Friday evenings, calling at St. Marys, Bruns.
wick. and all other way landings, reaching Savannah
on Wednesday and Saturday nights.
For state-rooms and tickets apply to Leve & Aldens'
office, corner Bay and Pine streets, Jacksonville, A.
C. Lanphere, Ticket Agent; Lilienthal Bros & Co.,
Agents, Palatka: A. L. Hungerford, Agent. Jackson-
ville; K. F. Armstrong. Agent, St. August:ne, Capt.
Roumilette, Agent, Fernandina.
decr9 J. N. HARRIMAN, Manager.

Charleston, Sayannah & Florida


nov I-tf


Jacksonville. Fla.


C
IN


nov 29 cod 2amos


ONORO HO tUSE.
FORT REID, ORANGE CO., FLA.
T1IS PLEASANT WINTER HOME WILL
be opened December rst, 1879.
Yry Pine Region, Lakes and Orange Groves Ad-
joining. Noted for its healthV location, dry and in-
vigorating air. Those who wish to get the benefit of
a Florida climate in all its purity should visit this
beautiful place.
Situated 2,' miles from the St. Johns River, at
vianford Can be reached by Steamers from Jackson-
Slle and Palatka daily.
Carriages to and from landing.
R. S. EDGRCOMB,
decl9-1m Proprietor.


ELEGANT.


SOLE AGENT FOR THE STATE.
octx4-tf
.rM" ALSor. .,ar cLamE.
ALSOP & CLARK.
iRoPuTrroas o THIs AcKSmOTiu.J
Steam Saw and Planing Mill
[ESTABLISHED x849.*
JACKSON80VILALE. FLORIDA
MAMvActaU or AN DmA.as M
Oan Sawed and Dressed Yellow Pliu lanber
ey Description and Quality.
LWth, Moul lings atd dFixshing Lumber couelaud
on hand.~
40- #ta Afsries anPes rg 10 ,rPrw0
fies jus rout Street, New York, and at the MIl.
Jacksonville.
Dec.i *Iv


Steam Packet Company
" WINTER SCHEDULE.

STR ^ JOHNS
Captaia Leo Vo
Will leave Charleston every T1ue1" nd SatU-
days Savannah evely 'W* Fy loiida
via Fernanidina, arriving at JacksovUlMe every ed-
neaday at.d Sunday.
RETURNING,
Leave PMalatka, every Thursday and Sunday,
Jacksonville every Friday and Monday to suit
the tide, Fernandina same day, weather permitting;
arriving at Savannah every Frlday, and Charles-
ton every Tuesday and Saturday. On Sat-
urday's trap from Charleston the St. Johns wdill not
stop at Savannah going or coming.
Close connections made with New York steamers.
Through bills oflading and tickets given to Bald.
more, Philadelphia, New York, and other points.
These steamenrs connect with the Jacksonville, Pen-
sacola and Mobile Railroad at Jacksonville, St. Johns
Railroad for St. Augustine at Tocoi, with steamers at
Palatka for Mellonville, Enterprise and the upper St.
Johns. Also with steamers for the Ocklowahs
River


I


For this seas,. t is sRituated on
Charlotte -Street,
one block from the "PLAZA," .' r .
Bay. A very pleasant location b some view of the
comfort of visitors. r ad well fitted for the
Persons desiring to fied a c, ....
spend the winter in St. Aus portable h.ome to
congenial warm-hearted hba 11 w iand with the
MRS.J. V. NDEZ,
nov 2 9s&t tfr
S .Proprietress.


The largest Stoc !he State.

-OF-
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-Crockery & Glass
-ALSO-
OIZfigAD-1


AGEiTS.
RAVENEL & CO. Charlestom
John F. Robert-on, Savannah
X. J. E. McLAURIN, Jacksonvill
R. J. ADAMS, Palatka.
T. A. PACETTI. St. Angm
A. B. NOVKS. lVeniid
T. S. WA "
OnpiC--Cor. Ba
Store


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nov 25 tf

"THE DUVAL"

Jacksonville, Florida.

BOLLY LEWIS, Prop'r.
dec rr-tf


WANNAMAKER B




PATRONIZE YOUR OW

PLACE YOUR MONEY WHf

DO THE MOST GO




GO TO BUCk

No. 5 WEST BAY SRTEET. .



SCOTCH SUITS THAT DEFY ALL OPPOSI-
TION as to price and goodness.

SCOTCH SUITS THAT WILL WEAR.
SCOTCH SUITS THAT WILL FIT.
SCOTCH SUITS THAT ARE NOBBY.
SCOTCH SUITS THAT WILL PLEASE


rfS,


WHITFIELD W.tKER & CO.,
68 West BaySt., Jackonville Fit. .-
COTTON FACTORS AND COM-
MISSION MERCHANTS.
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO MEET A
long called-for demand from the people of
Florida, and will re-eive all cottons consigned to us,
make advances on same, or sell hcre and pay the
money on the spot, or deposit the money in bank to
the credit of the owners of the cotton, and forward
promptly certificates of deposits, so that the parties
can check for the money to suit their convenience
We think we hazard nothing in saying;we can sell
cotton here at the same pices that can be obtained in
Savannah, and will purchase supplies for planters
and others at as low rates as can be bought in Savan-
nah or Charleston, and very many articles at less
prices. Give Jacksonville a cha,:ce oy shipping your
cotton to us.
WHITFIELD WALKER & CO.
References-Savannah and Charleston Cotton Fact-
ors. sept 8-tf


FRUIT AND VEGETABLE

P.&P-F.IR


45 YeOs Before the Public.
THE GENUINE


-4.l C.U G'MMCIRAE.
3 3 CELEBRATED

M LIVER PTTT,t,

le FOR THE CURE OF
n Hepatitis or Liver Complaint,
SDYSPEfPIA AND SICK HIRADACHN.
e !

t Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
b
e DAIN in the right side, under the
I edge of the ribs, increases on pres-
I sure; sometimes the pain is in the left
t side; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side; sometimes the pain is
felt under the shoulder blade, and it
frequently extends to the top of the
Y shoulder, and is sometimes mistaken
for rheumatism in the arm. The
stomach is affected with loss of appe-
s tite and sickness; the bowels in gen-
g eral are costive, sometimes alternative
with lax; the head is troubled with
Spain, accompanied with a dull, heavy
Sensation in the back part. There is
Generally a considerable loss of mem-
ory, accompanied with a painful sen-
t station of having left undone some-
Sthing which ought to have been done.
A slight, dry cough is sometimes an
attendant. The patient complains of
weariness and debility; he is easily
startled, his feet are cold or burning,
and he complains of a prickly sensa-
tion of the skin; his spirits are low;
and although he is satisfied that exer-
cise would be beneficial to him, yet
he cat scarcely summon up fortitude
enough to try it. In fact, he distrusts
every remedy. Several of the above
symptoms attend the disease, but cases
have occufred where few of them ex-
isted, yet j emnmmation of the body,
V after death, ha shown We LIVER to
kfavt- been extensively dernged.c
AGUE AND FEVER.
DR. C. McLAXE's LIVER PILLS, IN
CAMES OF AQE AND FEVER, when
taken with Quinine, are productive of
the mest happy-reasults. No better
cathartic can be used, preparatory to,
or after taking Quinine. We would
advise all who are afflicted with this
disease to give them a FAIR TMIAL.
For all bilious derangements, and as
a simple purgative, they are unequaled.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONXS.
The genuine are never sugar coated.
Every box has a red wax seal on the lid,
with the impression DR. McLANE'S LIVX
PILLS.
The genuine McLANE's LIVER Pt.lAiter
the signatures of C. MCLANE and FLEMING
.BR_.$ on the wrappers. ;
Insist upon having the genuine DR. C.
McLANE's LIVER PILLS, prepared by Flem.
ing Bros., of Pittsburgh, Pa., the market being
full of imitations of the name McLane,
Spelled differently but same pronunciation.


A. K. PER
DEALER
SOFT SHOES
FOR
TENDER FEET


IVAL.


NOISELESS,

WELL RTTIN,


GUN POWDER

ALL GRADES CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
AT FACTORY PRICES,
FREIGHT ADDED.
Send for Price List.
JOHN CLARK,


BOOTS" AND SHOES LEATHER AND .FINDINGS.
E INVITE YOUR ATTENTION TO THE LARGEST STOCK IN THR STATE, AND TH
year shall give special attention to :
The Cash Jobbing Trade.
We guarantee to job GOODS for CASH at New York prices, and cordially solicit
ORDERS and CALLS FROM THE COUNTRY
To our RETAIL CUSTOMERS this year we will endeavor to offer new and special liducmeft .
Or ALWAYS CALL ON THE OLD AND WELL-TRIED HOUSE
NO. 21 WE8 T BA Y. 8/IGN OF THE BIG 8001.


THE SANFORD HOUS1,
SANFORD, ORANGE COUNTY, FLA.

A. R. HALE & SON, Proprietors.
O PE MIT 3DEO C1=M"WF-Rwi 6 5.
FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATIqNs.
GOOD HUNTING, FISHING AND SAILING,
kdly MaU, Expresi Telegh, etc.

&I= Orange Groves in the stawe i .ree mites..

The Hermand House.
This well-known house, whict ..
has always given entie satisfy r the past i years
e l .y.on, is now
ewly rnmished


0 :R..A.TCrE! W A s,




H-ORA.CE DRE'

P.O. BOX 846


TOQM'S BILL


-N-- _EW AI DVERTISEUMENTS.

.. OR 1 GIRLS AND BOYS.
A'WE iggled in 1960.



























































































































FURNISHING UNIIETAKES


POST-0jrFics lqo


WHEN ANYr MAN FEELS SK('K
WITH
CeLl) CHILLS. FEVER FLUSHES, JIKAD-
ACHE AND GENERAL UNCtow-
FORTABLENESS,
And yet Don't Know Exactly What Ails

Then is the t''ne to take


These pills are. made of certain ingredients that
act specially on the Liver, and at the same timc
expel all impurities from the stomach and system.
aiding digestion and RXSTOINGrTO HEALTH whet.
all other remedies fail.
Take them for Biliousness, Indigection, Costive-
ness, Liver Complaints, and all diseases and dis-
tders o1 the stoma, h
As a family cathartic pill they are WAk-
RANTED WITHOUT AN EQUAL
JOHM F. HENRY, CURRAN & CO.,
Sole Proprietors,
8 College Place, New York.
For sa'e at !EOo. IIUGMRES & BRO.S
Drug Store.
I I II II


a -I, f/P.M 1ti9rCt[-||l IMP nllrfwl/]wr thteilrR nt lint1Qf


Agent


I --- ........ ..> T E
/ SPECIAL NOTICES.
f "--" Weather Indications.


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; DAILY SUN AND PRESS-JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, SUNDAY 'MORNiCg. TtANATaV T,


TrSA


ihe care mile in six rninutes and five seconds on HoTEL ARRIVALS. F "ale.
The case of 11. & 1-1. Weiskopf vs. the I-larleilartN!,r. ,, AgoIToyHus,8ros

Phoebe Fridenberg was continued in this L.* B. Tut0tleNfAom Verplauck's Poit, wsoR. kitchen,2 ro;-0 goo well; 1e b 8 arin
Mrs (q, Sickler, Georg-e E Garrett. New Jersey; orange trees, -, years old. Full lot, 105X
court until Monday morning. No jury N. Y, i's also a competitor. ile bears a J A Camp, Charleston, C; ^ Jas S Jon es, Texas. 105 feet, or 'Iorner of Adams and, Hogan
was drawn for the followiiui weekf and splendid record, it is said, and has hun- GRAND NATIONAL. str eets. or4es elrevaton idm ncty Negar
was drawn orob thet folowing 'weell andh reds of t-ersonal friends who have every Nellie Melton, A T Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. streets. ]est elevation in city. Near
itisprobale that the court will adjourn confidence that lie -will carry off tile Allbn nd child, Columbus, Ga.; C W Morton, principa-4lotels and park, and the business
by Tuesday. prize. T DUVAL.entre_-.A good neighborhood, healthy and
A. rench Johnson, of Boston, ia Pas Kt ever- way desirable. Will be sold cheap.
A F e n c y J h n s n f B s t o i IM r s P o w e r s D a k o t a M i n n ; M I S S K a t e L a .- F o - 'r i c e a nd t e r m s -i q u r. t a te. .
Minstrels. known to boatmen everywhere, and has sing. luffton, Fla.; G T Butler, Green Cove dft n term, inquire at tate Iand
J F Cowgill, Cincinnati. 0 ffiee, room 3, Ross Block, Jacksonville, of
A com plim entary benefit w ill soon be to-day the m ost splendid physique of any T J" d e*23-lin Arthurl o T. W illa ms
tendered Wm. H. Bird by his numerous man in Florida. He met Courtney and ST. JAMES. Ba deC3-1m Arthur T. Willhams.
Riley in September, 1877, and finished vant,?Piade phia; T E Hibber, Indiana- its; Garments to Measure.
professional friends in the city. The 3d inu a three mile race, with a turn; Jobns Leonard an'dwife, Boston; MissL But- Equal to best northern tailors. Out of

entertainment to be given will take place at Courtney coming in winner in 241terfleld, MrsJWVoorhee harleston ,W nortn ..tic les. Or o
~~~~~~~~~~Garrison, New York; John Gaston, Philadelphia. ]pre n oen olnPie
Metropolitan Hall upon Thursday even- minutes and 144 seconds. Onathe 17th CARLETO HOUSE reasonable. -
ing, January 15th. Further particulars of October, in the same year, they met w Simpson, ct: Mr and Mrs S Coates, Narra- New York Clothing Company.
will be given soon. again atOswego, where Frenchy finished gansett, R I ; A Leaman, Savannah ; M A
wl beov ns o .Howell, with E 0 Mulford: John C M Vavin, Seed Potatoes
3d to the same parties in a three mile Annie M Vavin, Montreal, Canada; R A Clayton
Election of Officers. race. He afterwards met Riley and and wife, Cartersville, Ga: Joseph Gardiner, Early Rose.
At a recent meeting of the church and seventeen others in a three mile race, Hotem, recent City-; WE Barnum, Thos H r; Parly Vermont.
congregation of the Ocean Street Pros- and defeated the party by winning the L Westcott, A Goodlove, Tocoi. Chili Red.
racan ince. in 21 minutes and 6 seconds. In PUTNAM HOUSE-PALATKA. Full selected stock.
byterian church the following board of May, 1878, he met all but Rilev, at Thomas -Settle, Thomas Settle, Jr, Miss J. stocr.
trustees was elected for the ensuing year: Silver Lake, for a purse of $15,000"with Nettie Settle, Jacksonville: Miss Maud Brent, J. E. Hart.
M Greensboro, N C ; R D Reid, Wentworth. N C; de8sult t
Hon. E. M. Randall, M. W. Drew, Geo. sixteen starters, where he was ruled out J C Harrison, M A Williams, Jacksonville; Jos
E. Schnabel, 0. L. Keene and Dr J D. ya foul. At Boston, Mass., on the Barrett, Tocoi; Robert Bleakle, wife, two chil- Nc Gear.
I, ., S ch e, 0.' L K eene and D r 4toJu y 1a De dren and m aid, M ies Bleakie, GO F LincolnH-l de T h eb N ew Yock sear.
4th of July, 1878, he was again winner Park, Mass. The New York Clothing Company has got
Mitchell.-At a subsequent meeting, of and beat Evans Marsh, Mike Lynch, the most splendid assortment of Neck-Wear
the board J. C. Greeley was chosen treas- George Lane rnd Joe Drisco-l.Ontile Married. -south--and the way gentlemen calI for them
urer, and Geo. E. Schnabel, secretary. 16th of August following, he met at JOHNSON-RAWLS--In this city, in the Methodist proves that a good thing is appreciated
..... Silver .Lake, Charles E. ;ourtneyChurch, on Thursday evening. 8th inst., by the Rev. when seen.
Pinafore Notes. James H-. Riley, Ellis Ward, Dan Sulli- DrwBRAkLS ofMr tiscty--HNSONandMss FANri-ot.
The Pinafore managers have de- van, and many others, where he wouSrs nWRuriosystorBet Chance Yet.
B'scristysoe tCadonn gtilet ale
cided to give but one entertainment this the championship of all the New Eng- Died ton House is asiohtels y losing out at apy
week Tuesdav evening, tbe 13th .:,, hland states, coming in easily in 20 Sr. JOHN-0O the night of the 8th inst, at 8:0o reasonable offer Safe Show Cases an(
w 'ek T u e .... ....... eminutesnand 20 seconds in th fastest o'clock, of consumption, SELLECK STX JOHN. son of t es 0 a .. e an- ,
Kieservem seats wilt be on sale at Huehes, init est.. ..ok r), and B. St. John, formerly of South Bend, In- tures are already sold, and if vvv-',tap
Reevdsasilb nslea uhs in,.,-oil recorn. He beat Iranian. in , --.. -- oacFn olImur diis
drug store Monday morning, and those 1877, in a three mile race, in the won- or n work for qlbri, in Imvfl Chin
' smir 't Wih at'J"u weft f:o "k A-^ ^2; nnm, , in mr YAAiVA-j f^ ELLWE CE.- '^^f^t,^oe-af ^ ^an make a ffr
b wly(0adwaterMfand a iMerwad, AWinthe smej -oT~te rr~-WR~ mk nOfr
be on hand early, as the indications are bad water ad afterwards, in the same u-_-j Rarea. J. M Sarl & Co.,
that he a il be p e a Uilatea seven- Fort of Jaeksmvili.- .January 161, 1S0. J Sp.2t--l.t 37 East Bay.
that the hall w ill be paacked to a greater te..... h priq in n w.... a,-. ...,- I,


WASHINGrON, January 10.
For thcSouth Atlantic states, rising ba-
rometer northeast to southeast winds
and vlhtly warmer, clear or partly cloudy
weather '
Forhe Gulf states, falling, followed by
rising tarometer and southerly winds.
STRAY NOTES.

Th ity council meets next Wednesday.
.Seel advertisement "Money" $3,500
wanted
The teamer City of Bridgeton arrived
yesterday ".
Geor Hughes & Brother advertise "Coca
Beef Te."

Twen&-one passengers by the train yes-
teday boring.
Atte: on is called to the card published
by visits in Nassau.
*The s~ioke stack at the water-works will
probably] be finished to-morrow.
=Rev. J*r. Peeler will preach at St.
Mithews church La Villa, to-day.
Residents along the river complain that
theails are stolen from their boats.
The steamboat fare to the Exposition will
be twenty-five cents for the round trip.
Business is boounng-if^Jjacksonville, and
the onlyA-hing needed- is colder e....
Captain Paul Boyton sailed from New
York Friday, on the Dallas, for Jackson-
ville. I
The city market Clerk May Green, re-
ports the total of stall rents collected last
month at $300.50.
Duval Lodge No. 18, has a called meeting
on Monday night, when important business
will be transacted.
The steamer St. Johns is expected at 10
o'clock this morning, and will leave for
Charleston at 6 a. m. to-morrow.
Miss Agnes Herndon, supported by Miss
Marion Darcey, of Florida, is filling an en-
gagement in Savannah.
At the Volusia bar the steamer Arrow
took General Grant and his party on board,
.SdWm~arf a? tffE fp-rje--- -
The officers of the Florida Exposition can
be found daily at the store formerly occu-
pied by Hunter & Co., in Polk's block.
Miss Katie Putnam, the comedienne, with
her company, has been delighting Pensacola
and is now trying to secure Metropolitan
Hall for three nights.
One car load of "corn chop" or "mill
feed," the first ever brought here, arrived
yesterday for William Root. It is a feed for
cattle, and as the name implies is corn
chopped up.
Church Services To-day.
Y. M. C. A., Boom No. 5, Polk's Block,
Bay street-Service of Song at 5 p. m., con-
ducted by Rev. W. G. Barnes. Strangers
n our city are especially invited.
Colored Presbyterian Church, Orange street,
btween Hogan and Laura streets-Rev. J. C.
Waters, pastor. Preaching at 7:30 p. m.
Ewangdieal Lutheran Church, Laura street-
Prof. ( F, Bansemer, pastor. Divine ser-


W anted, t in -- *
An iqigfiaent Boy, about 17, honest and
w ill ing-to work. Steady place.,
"NEW YORK CIOTR ING COVPANY*b
SAILING NOTICE.
The Palace Steamer ST. JOHNS will
leave Jacksonville Monday, at 6 a. m., for
Charleston, via Fernandina, connecting
with New York steamers and Northern
trains.
For tickets and staterooms apply to
-- T. S. Walsh, Ticket Agent,
N. E. Corner of Laura and Bay streets.
lt (Griffin's Drug Store).

Regular Meeting of Florida Encampment
No. 1, I. 0.-4 F., on Monday evening, Jan-
nary 12, ot 7;80 o'clock.
All bretfih ,ifore invited to be present.
J. H.KORNAHKRNS, Scribe.
Handsomely Fturnished Rooms
In a large brick house, containing all the
.mdern improvements, 93 West Ashley
street. su-tu-th&sat. "
Wanted
Three-wheeled Velocipedeif cheap and in
good repair. Address Livingston,
This office.
SAILING --OTIUE.
SUNDAY BOAT.
THE ELEGANT STEAMER ARROw,
Captain S. 0. Hemenway,
Will leave her wharf, foot of Pine street,
at 10 o'clock a. In., on Sunday, for Pa-
latka. Enterprise,e Sanford, Lake Jessup.
and all way landi, on the St. Johns. river,
rp *
afor
AUGUSTINE.
r particulars apply to
A. L. RICHARDSON,
Agent.
To Rent. u
,-room house, with 6 fire-places,
ood water, $12 a month.
Solon Robinson,
96 West Church street.
Malt With Cod Liver Oil, Juni-
op Bitters, Coca Beef Tonic, Veg-
icnra, Syrop d' Aubegier, German
(I August Flower, Holman's Liver C
.. For sale by
J. I. Griffin & Co.,,
3 Corner Bay and Laura streets.
g
e board with Mrs. Hallowes, at No.
ch street. jan9 tf t

Havana and Florida Cigars, all '

J. I. Griffin & Co., .
ists, corner Bay and Laura streets. .
3 -I
Florida Yacht Club Meeting,
re will be a meeting of the Florida
6htib-at the Club-House, on Wednes- t
, evening, the 14th inst., for the transac- s
ion of general business.. ,
jan7-1w H. Bounetheau, Secretary.
ONLY TWENTY-FIVE CENTS f
EACH WAY
)n the Steamers 3
G. R. KELSEY AND SAPHO, C
To and From
lacksolville, Palatka, Orange Park, Green
?ove Springs and Tocoi.


'A LAie : Os/c
IfOIVMSWATRIC fr/W



GoVerin n~i fttef' oVOfk
( Timber. .
EVEN TUDXUSAND THREE HUNDRED ANDO
S forty-tl ee cubic feet of Live Oak Timber.,
now stow on the wharf of A. Solary, In the city
of Jaconville, will be sold to the highest bidder
for cash on the premises, on Saturday; the 241h
doy of January, PWO, at IS tn. This timber pre-
se ts to ship builders and owners of ship-yards
a god opportunity for investment.
X. HOPKINS,
Collector ot Customs.
Jacksonville, Fla.. January 1,1880.
Papers that publish this notice will send bill to
the Collector at this place. 3taw3w


__


teen-tn ,tuin ,u a twoU iei i race upon mile
extent, if possible, than at previous Charles river.'
entertainments. Mrs. Colonel Moore is K
thoroughly up in her character of Jose- From the RuralWorld.
phine. With additional scenery and As David Meisenthaler, the well-
the assistance of the St. James orches- known stock man of Whitestone town-
tra this will certainly be the finest ship was driving his cows to the barn
usical ad dramatcr abut daylight this morning, he was
musial nd damaic teateveroffredstruck by an serolite and instantly killed.
to the citizens of Jacksonville. The It appears as if the meteor had come
proceeds, as before, go to the benefit of from a direction a little west or south,
the public library. With over $300 in and fell obliquely at an angle of about
the treasury, and a good prospect for as sixty, degrees, for it first passed rough
e r d a g a tall maple, cutting the limbs as clean
much more at an early (late, our citi- as itfit had been a cannon ball, and then
zens, through the efforts of the Pinafore struck him apparently on or under the
Company and the Library Association, shoulder, passing clear through him
may expect to be relieved of the odium obliquely from below the right shoulder
ayexpet to e re.ieed oftieo to at..ve the left hip, and buried itself
o-6a-ci'tyorT2,00-lftttafwithi^ut about Iwo feet in the soft black ground.
a public library. Speed the work, w'-ewF The poor man's head and legs arc in-
say, but we fear that many of our citi- jure-d, but the greater part of his body
zens do not fully appreciate all the 8ems to have been crushed into the
zens do not ull pp e a he. earth beneath the terrific wrolite, which
labor that is being performed in their is about the size of a common patent
behalf. bucket, and apparently of a roughly
t S tjround shape. It appears to be formed
A Challenge to Shoot. of[ what is called iron pyrites.
To the Editor of Taz SUN AND PRaEs.
I hereby challenge Win. H. Latimer ..... -.----


WA,


ARRlVKD. HO S -E ER
Scno,)ner Lucy may, reertan;-New Yoik. p HOUSE-KE*EP1ERS?
nner -Luy aan get more Crockery, Tin and Wooden-
CLEARED. Ware, Furniture, Bedding, Stoves, etc., etc.,
fchomner Sarah Wood, Candy, Philadelphia. at THE STORE AROUND THE CORNER
Schooner Nlly V. Rokes, Thompson, New Lon- than elsewhere in town.
don. nov16 tf C. 0. Livingston.
Schooner A. B. Perry. Look. Boston.
Schooner Jas W. Boyle, Haig, Nassau.
Schooner Jas. E Woodhouse, Lowy.N ork. "Thrice happy" in whose heart trith finds
choouerCocheco, Seward, Nev k. rest. That's why we are "happy" for not
.... ............. even in selling our goods, do we tell an un-
MAGNOLIA HOTEL, truth. New York Clothing Company.
7MGNLAH TL ------


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a


ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA,
Opened November 1st., till June 1st.
ELECTRIC BELLS AND ALL MODERN
IMPROVE EN rs.
Address, by mail or telegraph,
.V-.'WW. PALMER,

noVl Proprietor.

THE PUTNAM HOUSE
(St. Johns River,)
PALATKA, FLORIDA.
N ow Open.
A.AA t.. 1 -- .


What a Pity
that the otherwise beautitul girl should have
such bad teeth. And all because she did
not use SOZODONT. It costs so little to
buy it considering the good it does, and its
benefits stretch out into her future life.
poor girl !
Cured Oranges for Ihe Ho'idays.
Oranges cured by the drying process are,
guaranteed to be in the best condition for
shipping, at
Nov21 if Pilkington's, 20 Bay street.
! For Rent,
, A large double House on corner of Hogan
and Beaver streets, well adapted for one or
two families, with excellent Well and Cis-
tern Water. Enquire of C.' B. Wilder, at
St. James. dec 17-tf
Fire, Life, Marine and Accident Insurance
Agency
Of George E. Schnabel, No. 181 West Bay
street, Rivas & Koopman's building, south
side.
Secure the surest indemnity by placing
your Insurance in the strongest companies.
aug3tf-

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.


$3,500 Wanted on Property in Orange
County, lorida,


PILLS.


to shoot a match ot one hundred glass
balls, thrown from a card rotary trap,
for $100 a side, Bogardus rules to
govern all but the trap. Match to take
place on Tuesday, January 20th, or
otherwise agreed upon.
C. A. LOUD.
Remember the Poor.
To the Editor of THE SUN AND PRESS.
SAVANNAH, GA., January 9, 1880.
I take pleasure in consigning to your
care by to-day's express, freight paid,
a package of tobacco samples. Same
were donated by Messrs. Bendheim
Bros, & Co., of Savannah, Ga., to the
poor-house of Duval county, Florida.
You will much oblige me in turning
fL -n m -I'Var 1 -- ^3 -n


dec s.


oy mail or telegraph.
F. I1. OR-VIS.


A uard to the Public.
NASSAU, N. P., January 5, 1880. ,
The undersigned guests of the Royal St. Augustine Hotel.
Victoria Hotel of Nassau. fully recog-: rACING THE PLAZA.
nizing the even and delightful tempera-j St. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
ture, the healthful and disease killingO
properties of the place, do cheerfully i N-O V" O ^PJ '.
add this, our testimonial, to the Address by aier teleg raph.
many that have already been pub-; Y es-by F E. VAIL..
lished from time to time, in the in-.
terest of the place. The island canl ..... SESN 18.
boast of the most delightful climate in 1879. SFASON 1880.
t h e w o r ld a n d a be tte r n l a eC A c an ,,,t. l ,, 1 . .. *^ ^.- ^ 1- 1 1 aL A 1


!lAiIreulloni U I o1 ei
GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FL;%.
A dd]ress hv M a;I ,,r *t ll.., .....


I. A. KELSEY,
Manager.


jan 2-tf


DAILY DAYLIGHT LINE,
For ST. AUGUSTINE, PALATKA


UANFORD, ENTERPRISE and all mail
andings.


j worth'ten times the amount wanted. The buildings
al alone cost over #1o,ooo. There is also a fine Urange
janlIU n HARRIS & APPLEGATE. I Grove of five hundred trees
For particulars call on
ST. JO H N S H OTEL,' BEEF...IC
PALATKA, FLORIDA. COCA BEEF TONIC.
STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS. Awarded H ghest Medals--lloraed by the
Medical Faculty.
TERMS : $2.oo to $2 5o per day. PREPARED OILY BY THE
SPECIAL TFRMS by the Week.
P & H. PETERMAN, Proprietors. Liebig Laboratory and Chemical
novtf WORK8 COs M PANY,
New York an London.
*TGives more real tone thap anything I ever used or
]L ARK IN-l *- H ^ Jprescribed," says Prof'. tL Goiilon, M, D., Physi-
S PATATKA, FORIDA. cian to the Duke ot Saxony,,Knight of the Iron Cross.
: I prescribe it daily, ssys Prof. F. Seegtr, M D,
S \ O O l E IN. Honorary Member Imperihl Society of Physicians of
1 St. Petersburg, Russia, tshoc Text Book of Diseatse
i Ajldresss by Mail or Telegraph. of the Nose, '1 hroat0 Lunis and Heart, etc., etc.,
Vor opinions of Sir itobert Christison, M. D,
rn1-li LARKIN & ALLEN. fPhysi' an to Her Majestl the Qu .Prof. Duncan
SCampbell, M. D.. President koyal College Physi-
- cians and Surgeons, Menber of the Council of the
TUniversity of Edinburgi, etc: Professor John M.
i "! /AGNOLIA HIOUSE, Carnochan. M D., Prsrssor of!t,,rgery New York
1V |\/|Medical College, and ofa hundred equally eminent,
1 .MAGNOLIA9 see our circulars to be h;d o0
! EO HJGHE8G & BRO.
i ST. JOHNS RIVER. Chemists and Driggists, Jacksonville, Fla.,
; Sole Agents for the State.
1 NOV OPENK. C ---
1COCA BEEF TONIC reconstructs the in -t shut.
jainioirm y. E. flRdD],'OlP), fror/ie/,r. toted and enfeebled. It builds &p weak and sickly
infants a.d children. and reinvigorates the aged and
... .inirt and is pleasant aid agreeable to the taste
Julige (to witness') "IHow (1o VOU knh)w Invalids and all whoe health is impaired should
defendant is at ntlennut W II DidI yll ever! get oneof the circulaasjant-3-2aw
V-.'4 4his housee.' O %NG F. T 11t*E*A.
\Viine~s-"No air." I A OgNGE TIERKS.
Judlge. "Hnve "o hl{,tilt icuant- N oy .1N1
awe wiith hi?" S
,\'itniess--"Xo sir. Ilt lie .wears E.ar- IF,ne. Thrifty, B udd, Navel Crange Trree, f..r ;ale
rnenls nade bIy Iht eNewM York clothingg by
Conipuiny." C. 0. C( ANE,


"!


found in which to spend the winter
months. The thermometer averages
seventy-five degrees, never going below
seventy-two or above seventy-seven de-
grees.
It- is a- very healthy place, nnd ILase
afflicted with the many diseases known
to man, can here find and obtain the
benefits they seek.
We subscribe our names to this card,
in order that the real status of the
place may be known, having been iu-
tbrmed of Ihe many reports, that have
been maliciously circulated at Fernan-
dina, and other points in Florida,
detrimental to the place.
Rev. D. D. Winn, New Bedford, Mass.
Allan R. Nix. Boston, Mass.
C. Barton Talcott, New York.
J. E. II. Foster, U. S. A.
Thomas S. Glover, Brooklyn, N. Y.
E. M. Krates, U. S. A.
George A. Plimpton, Buffalo, N. Y.
Thomas White, ht. 1)., ]Iamillon,
Ontario.
R. J. Sherman, Buffalo, N. Y.
D. Gillies, Hamilton. Ontario.
,J. S. Townsend, 3. D., Baltim)re,
A1d.
V. Chubb., New York. .v.ll-lw.

Tie papers contain eyery day ac-
counts of accidents which will happen
even to the tireful man. The thouaht-
ful man should always hfe an. Avcident
Policy in the Travelers bwsurxancm Com-
pany ofl Hartford, Ckmseetieat.
Call upon Geo. 1R. Schnabel, agent,
18, West Bay street,. and procure it be-
fore it is too late.


violin the German language every Sunday,
at 3.30 p. m.
Christian Church-Meet every Lord's day,
11 o'clock 4. m. at Cookman's Institute-
Hogan street, near Ashley. All transient
members are particularly requested to at-
tend,


bLa u ]et-t- itu pr.tr i muiv U1io Vi tLUJM
institution. WILLIAM RICH.
General Grant Invited to Visit Tallahassee.
From the Tallahassee Patriot, of January 10.
TALLAHASSEE, FLA., January 5.
General U. S. Grant, Fernandina, Fla.:
. Learning that you may remain some
days in Florida, the citizens of this sec-
tion would be glad to have you extend
ur visit to the capital, where you will
cordially welcomed
S. B CONOVEt.
The following is the answer received:
JACKSONVILLE, FLA., January 6.
Hon. S. B. Conaver, Tallahassee, Fla.:
General Grant will visit Tallahassee
if time admits. FRED GRANT.
Up to the hour of going to press it has
not been definitely ascertained if time
will admit General Grant and party
coming to Tallahassee.


/Steamers G. R. KELSEY and SAPPHO


cave at ll a. m. and 3 p. m., connecting at
ALATKI with steamers PASTIME. and
vVATERj LILY, leaving at 8 a. m. for
NTER]RISE. The steamer G. R. KEL-
4EY coniects at TOCOI with train for ST.
kUGUSTINE. Ticket office northeast cor-
ierof Bay and Pine streets.
I. A. KELSEY, Manager.
Dec13 If -
0. D. PAST LINE.
St. Johiks River by Daylight.
The Grand Saloon Steamer
JOHN SYLVES.TER
,eaves daark's wharf daily at 10 a. m. (Sun-
lay's excepted,) for Green Cove Springs, St.
kugustine and Palatka. Returning. same
lay, arriving at 8 p. m.
Connecting at Palatka with the upper St.
Fohns and Ocklawaha river steamers.
FPt further information and tickets,
ipply to;
T. S. Walsh, Ticket Agent,
Corner Bay and Laura streets,
leC30-3mo (Griffin's Drug Store).
.- eaper Than Ever.
120 barrels of Hominy and Meal, just re-
* jan 3 tf A. B. ITUSSEY'S.
j For Sale or*'ent.
Wate Lot No. 2, situated on Bay street.
Lpply t q J. 11. Norton. janil tf
MOCKING.-B--tD CAGES
V the Ladies.
t 6nrY-Blrd Cages
E the Girls.
<-ilurrel Cages
1 f'Foi the Boys.
r 'Pirtot Cages ,


&, PouTs M3. E. Church, South, Duval and
Newnan struets-Rev. C. E. Dowman, pastor.
Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. Sunday school 3:30 p. m. Weekly
prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30
p. m. Ushers in attendance. All invited.
First Presbyterian Church, corner of Ocean
and Monroe streets-Rev. Wm. K. Tully,
pastor. Morning service 11 a. m. Sabbath
school at 12 m. Evening service 7:30 p. m.
Wednesday evening meeting at 7:30 p. m.
This church is connected with the Northern
Assembly. All are cordially welcome.
Ushers in attendance.
Unwa Congregational Church, corner Church
and Hogan streets-Rev. Henry L. Kendall,
pastor.- Services at 11 a. in. and 7:45 p. m.
Sabbath school immediately after morning
service. Prayer meeting Wednesday even-
ing at 7:45 o'clock. Ushers in attendance.
Cordial invitation to strangers and others, to
whom free sittings are always furnished.
Newnan street Presbyterian Church-Rev.
W. Henry Dodge, pastor. Services every
Sunday at 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
school this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Prayer
meeting every Wednesday evening, at 7:30.
This church is in connection with the Gen-
eral Assembly of the Southern Presbyterian
Church, but extends a cordial welcome to all
strangers visiting the eity.
St. John's F4Eisopal Church, .Market and,
Duval streets-Rev. R. ILJWe-#4. rector.
Services avqy Sunday at 11 a. m., and;7i36
p. m. Services every day in the week at
7:30 a. m., and on Friday at 7:30 p. m.
,y ME. E. Church, Monroe street, opposite
it otel-Rev. D. S. Paine, pastor.
ct-" Power of the Gospel."
and Revealed Things."
morning service.
.eting Wednesday
invited. Seats


Jacksonville t6


Maitland,
Orlando,


$700oo
8.50
A. L. RICHARDSON,


STATE NEWS.
From the Sanford Journal.
Mr. Ingraham, agent, started the work
of grading the road-bed for the South
Florida Railroad through San ford Grant
on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. 11 R.
Swoope, of Maitland. will have charge
of its construction. They commence at
the Grant line, south of Belair and four
miles southwest of Sanlbrd, and will
grade in this way. Mr. IIenck. presi-
dent of the road, will soon put a larger
number of hands on and grade the road
between Longwood and thie Grant line.
Mr. W. A. Stafford, of Jacksonville,
of the new tin-shop firm of Stafford &
Ellis, arrived on the steamer Bird last
evening, and will go to work at once.
Mr. S. is an experienced workm tn, hav-
ing been foreman in the extensive shops
of Benedict & McConihe Yj ,etast
eight years. .
Count W" i leffis preparing a spleu
did recuion for Col. T. Ellwood Zell
an4dy, who are expected here on next
Saturday evenin_. He proposes to illu-
minate Sanford wharf with about two
hundred Chinese lanterns and transpar-
encies, and decorate it with flags, and
have an elegant display ot fire-works
and the booming of artillery.
From the Tallahassee Patriot.
IHon. S. B. Conover left the city for
the north last Wednesday.
Our friend, A. L. Woodward, Jr.,
has resigned the office of mayor of the
town of Live Oak, the duties of the of.
fice interfering with his business as agent
of thn Jacksonville, Pensacola and'Mo-
bile Railroad.
We regret to announce that Mr.
] las. K. Miller, formerly a resident of
ity, died at his home in Wklla
AL monthi. .^ M^ R


JNO. BIGELOW,
jan8 Proprielor.


j.tn 1o MANDARIN, FLA.
Not, h.e.
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A COM-
Spany has been forined and duly incorpor-
ated, under Cliaptor 1.987 of the Laws of Flor-
ida, to be known as the .lackson Ille Street Rail-
road Company. for the purpose of constructing.
maintaining and operating one or more lines of
street railway in the cities of Jac sonvilie and
LaVilla and their vicinae. Duval countyy, Flor-
ida. E0. It J4NES.
R McLAUGllLIN,
GEO. R. FOSTER,
Jan:3 d3ni lucorporators.

|- FLORIDA EXPOSITION



STATE FAIR
AT

Jacksonville, Florida,
February 24 to 28, inclusve, 1880.
A Comprehensive and Representative Exhibit of
ACTUAL PROUUCTS front All Sections of the
State of1 orida.
S,3,000
PREMIUMS will be awarded and PAID IN CASH.
GRAND MILITARY REVIEW of Artillery. and
Infantry Corpt. The Exhibition Building% will be
Brilliantly Illuminated each evening by powerful
CALCIUM LIGHTS. FIREMEN'S PARADE
and PRACTICE. COMPETING BRASS BANDS
from all sections.
Magnuificent Speed Ring,
Entries of Celebrated Trotting and. Running florses
e-rrom all pans of the Uuion.
Excursion Steamers
To Expsition cow.tiantly runniiig each day &W even-
ing. Cheap Excr.nion Rates on all Railroads and
Steamboats. EXHIBITS TRANSPORTEo FRlE
BOTH WAYS.
JAMES H. PAINE. President.
A. I. RUSSELL, Secretary'.
j.118 DAMON GREENLKAF, -'y.
COMCRBSS WArstM. Its sup;e;,o'1:47- a cathartic
and alterative consists in its entire floedoo trom ever
thing bitter, acid gr c.ude that prodiM- headac- ..,
eternal aoreans. and tads to destroy I ., m,
bane. All mineral waters that m"I
may be known by an a r M010 rrtmtnis
r-taste. dec to-va


H-Metary Taring.
Thk is one of the "inscrutable nmys-
teries of Providence." It is gratifying
to know. however, that Scrofula can be
effectually eradicated toy the use of
Rosadalis, the great Southern lRemedy.
Its reputation is world wide, and it
always cures. For sale at Geo. Hughes
I- Bro's Drug store.

The Paining Bell.
[Ms. Youmans, of" Cauada, ia one
of hier .addresses during the Woman's
Temne1'ance Convention, said that a
Tem.ozergymau has ascertained from
western e... .
statistics that every eigbt munttets a
drunkardt'i soul west intomelernity.j
"T... sex on: toll the wholetday log;
Son8' pon the Six,
out _1,,_. 2eof wordless. song,
in'WSJ Ing oleeless praj :
A....t~fo lost souls. knell."
Toll for the PO^esua love.
Te sou' bytmtro ei,
Tooweak em r s
An ea'sy 'tim proveqL
A s^oul ha.--' once wastflk andviiite,
As .... 1,,'Home's fold,
As lit+l. ,,1dren, whom to-night.
"N"I I arms we hold.
^n lov^^Sn
Onea th 1ure feet, just starting ant,
e""re tied by love's hand ;
T- ,ere K11 talned with dust and mire,
"v0 {, t O oall sght of land*

SGood sexton ixhen eight minutes pass,
,hesoem'eath-knell toll!"
Thus said mnrrowing man of God;
4 Tollf- n- drunkard's seo!"'
v 'ery t minutes down to death
eot. ohe soul full of sin--
.e,m of the Rum Fiend's power, i
?S black waves sink within.
I.1 while some woman's tears and moan& *
the deep knell keeps time;"
who can tell if It shall ring
me day for one of mine!
ose home Is safe this weary night?
Whose in the coming day?
ow know wethat our treasured ones
Shall not be lured away?


How lo Make a Fortune Here.
.Never try to save "I dime or two by pur-
chlasing inferior groceries. It don't pay!
Buy the IK-st (if every thing in the city at
the QUINCY IAi",KET WROC) RY, 81
West Bay street, and then you will be in the
right shape to en,.ijoy yourself and make
money. Just call and see their fine Tens
just imported.
At Solomon's, 71 Bay street, Ladies' Un-
derwear, comprising Chemise, Skirls, Night
Robes, Dressing Sacks, etc., slightly soiled,
selling off at cost.
'Woroto-andt Woe.
The weather being warm, the mosquitoes
come along hunming "P'inafore." "Did you
ev-er? "No never," such fair prices see, at the
New York Clo(hling Company.
Children's Handkerchiefs, 4c. each.
Ladies' Balbriggan iToae, clocked, 15c.
per pair.
Ladies' B;lbrigg:aU Iose; fill regular, 25c.
per pair.
Ladies' Fancy Hose, from 25c. up.
G $2.50 per dozen, a lhartain.
Gents' halftlule., lull regular, solid colors
$3.5b per dozen, at SOLOMON'S,
I7 Bay street.
FOR SALE.
An Elegant Place on the St. John* Itiver.
The spacious Mansion House, ready for
imanediate occupation, has nine rooms, high-
,studded, with veranda on four sides, kitchen
'detajhied I40tories high, large carriage-
ho\QP *,. The house stands in Lbto
o'"q unth, with sloping lawn in
fro oks six miles of river, is
, north and easi with high
rough which are fine drives.
a young orchard of orange
"s year. with many foreign
including several varieties
f large size. The place is
"ree from disagreeable sur-
ing near the city, has the
urches, markets and poat-


Constantly on hand a full and complete asiqntment (.f
METALLIC CASKETS. ROSEWOOD. WAL-
NUT AND MAHOGANV CASES.
KOBES, SHROUD US, EMBLEMS.
AND
ALL KINDS ( ) OODS
Kept in a I Frst-Class Undertakes- V.%tallismet.
EMBALMING
Carefully (lone. Rcom open day ind night,
32 Laura Street, Corner of Forayt


-j)awot -. -


ARIUYALAND~ft RTURK
ianRV.
Northern and We ...... 7:30 A.
Saint Autustine awl Palatka,
daily, (Sundays excepted)... 2:3o 9:$0 a. N.
SanfWRd, Enterprise, Halifax
and ldian river mail ar.
rives Tuesday, Thursdavs
and Saturdays......... .. 2:w P. -.
Sanford, Eaterprose, Halifa
and Indian river mail,
leaves on MondayWednes-
day and Friday .............. *:b A. W.
Fort George. Mayport and
New Berlin mall arrives
daily Io. M.
rort Ge.pge, Maypor and m m
New Berlin mail leaves daily .^acftp
St. Nichola" arrived dailv-. 10:00 A. MU, f.-. 14. .
OFFICi HOUUF
The 'Ofice will be open to M O ba n.C,.
tinuously. '
The general delivery and stamp wV. ns will be
opA from 8 ". M. o 6 P. I..Th was foria
9 to o A. K ., whentheeds m arrives on it, oth-e
wi- ne amour atr arr;Maddrl*l e r n m ai l -
MOMgr OKDzp orrICt.
11:3 r. .11 and 611mu: to 4 I. M.
Money orders are iWa at "hi offma paya" to aar
tsn Of the Unk States. and also orders ur "
tC da. Gmea ritatn, switmdaud aml "
Theo1o ft gX are the rate" c ^--^"^
BO--TIC MOUSV ORD-0. ,

O)VwSos 5 ndnt exceeduin $30p c$*""


t/OnOE R. HALL,
Fort(George.


Great fAwgile Scull Bn ol ,aee
? > ~Uro the ;
STV JOIfNS*IV R, JACKSONILLE,
j on
SATURDAY 4 JAUART, 1880.
/ For a brse ofr
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS!
The above three-mile race, (one mile and
a-half !o i stake boat, and return,) will
equal, if.,it does not excel anything of the
kind that has ever been seen upon this I& j "ii
tinent. Among distingish ag men WF
who compete fq-rtf prizes, the following
names a y entered:
GQOF* W-W Lgv, of NewYork-ety,|

of Verplanck's Point, N. Y.
and A. FRENCHY JOHNSO.N,
from Boston, Mass.
There will also, the same day, be a
LOCAL WORKING BOAT RACE!
For a purse, which will be free to aR.
Arrangements are being made with the
railroad companies and steamboat lines to ,
carry passengers to and from the city at e- '
duced rates until the race is over. "'
GOOD MUSIC WILL BE IN
AANCE.
Gentlemen desirous of enteri
names for either of the races, will p
upon the chairman of the committee.
PETER JONX,, Chairman, )
WILLIAM M. LEDWITH,
SHERMAN CONANT, i Com
J. P. CHILD. j
dec31-lmo


MOTT'S


Santa Fe Canal.



MEN AND TEAMS

WA _TEr -
Twenty-Five Teams am Fifty Laborers can be em-
i. lyed at onre in the worker excavation.
Apply at company's offi4 at
WALDO, FLORIDA,
NED.RI. FARRELL.
jan8 tw / S.operintea, tent.

THE BGIGM0W

STA.&GE LINE
FROM
Lake Jessup to Maitlandsnd Orlando
Passengers lea-ing this dty bv
STEAMER ARROW -.0
On Stndavs and Wednesdays will mtke close con-
nections with Bigelow's Stage Line. Fare from


W G. ItU,-"l. C-#C&