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Uniform Title: Florida times-union (Jacksonville, Fla. 1883)
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Physical Description: 15 v. : ill. ; 72 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Charles H. Jones
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla.
Creation Date: January 6, 1890
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ESTABLISHED 1865. JACKSONVILLE., ONI)Ai, ANUARY 69 1890. PRICE FI'ECNS


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THE SURPRISE OF RELIGION'^ ^ ^ S^ H .^S r^ MA YI H .1^. ,r A.^ET FIAOEGBI
TH URRSE FgEI ION comes to : neighborhood, the firat to old story., Everybody talks about it. Tiltere' `0 1 Y IN TE S M those sold to the United States) are npott E
receive it are the women. Srome men may it is hardly a hymn in the hymn book that known. The two purchases by the United
is because they are weak-minded. I say it does not refer to it. Children read about it States were about midway of this period,
SERMOX~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~i. PRAHDB1D.25,000,Lr'Lf'fa^^^tter^ V^ I CNIMTON IHU O. o July 1, 1867, and $7,000 Jan- A TRAGEDY OF TW0 YEARS AGO
SERA0. I MACHOD BY DR. TALxAGE is became they have quicker perception of in their Sabbatheschool books. Aged men Hie CONFIRMATION, WITHOUT 0B- viz.: $15,0, Juy1815,an5700,J.-AT
what is right, more ardent affection and pa. put on their spectacles to study it. We smynay118.
IN VIENNA YESTERDAY. paoity for Sublimer emotion. After the it is a harbor from the storm. We call it JECTION, INDICATED. Under the circumstances, absolute pre- PAINFULLY RECALLED.
women have received the Gospel then all the home. We say it is the house of many man- oision being impossible, I have assumed
.. distressed and the poor of both sexes, sions. We weave together all sweet, beauti. that January 1, 1858, would be fair to each
The Memories Clustering Within the those who have no friends, accept Jesui. ful, delicate, exhilarant words; we weave Tex', of the Treasury Report to the Party as a date from which to reckon inter- The Slayer of Joseph Bogero Dies by His
Last of all come the greatly prospered. them into letters, and then we spell it est on the amount due the state. Owl
Circle of J:oruam and Galilee--Bolo- Alga, that it is go out in rose and lily and amaranth. Fifty-flratVonkrese in the Florida War Ueon the basis above stated two modes of
won's JPlotlla--HI Palaoe-Bheba's If there are those who have been favored And yet that place is going to be a Claims-The Sugar Industry and the starting a mutual account are suggested, s.ondenoy the Cause of His Suicide.
Qne-h onn a.of fortune, or, as I might better put it. surprise to the meet Siatelhigent Christia. Rschent EbL'periments in That Line, VZ:The Soyo on ocosDah
loen--Tho coming Dy.favored of God, surrender-at you have and Like the queen of Sheba. the report has First. By computing interest on each
all you expect to be to the Lord who blessed come to us from the far country, and many side to January 1, 1890, and there striking a
6pec. ,h '1x"-r'othis queen of Sheba. Certainly you are uot of us have started. It is a desert march. cl or-sndeeoTIEUtO balance, thus:
a s h a m ed.t o.b e.. t h si s u e c o m b twrneent e c m l sMht t o g A g g r e g a te d u e t h e s t a te . . $ 2 6 1 ,9 3 4 3 1 B y T e le g r a p o t h e TxO^ V-a
... .. Wit ashamed t be found I is qum -our feet bre blseedwt the ameys W eha reho WASKIalTON, January 4.-It now looks as teethronat7pret.
Vn A, january O.-The Rev. T" D Witt Any. I am glad that Ownisi has had his ourInterest thereon, at 7 per cent., ATLAKTAGA., January 5.-IsadoreGarnie
Taleage, D. D.. of Brooklyn, preached in imperial friends in all age--Eilzabeth hastening to the palace. We take alI our thohb e confirmation of McMurray was January 1, 1858, to January 1, committed suicide to-day at:Decatur. He
ci olty to-day on "The Surprise of Be- 0hriltina. queen of Prussia; Mad&a Feodo- loves and hopes and Christian ambitions, gc o be made without the ripple of a 1890 ........................... 586,732 85 was a young man 24 years old, and making
.___ ,..... .._.. ,_rovnia, queen of Russia; Marie, empreso as frankincense ani myrrh ud cassia- to I
uiW E text ^ .was 1. Kg x,7: "Be. France; Helena, the imperial mother of the great King. We must not rest. We prult. A prominent senator, who ought 848,667 16 his home with relatives at Decatur. Two
hold, the half wa not told me." The ser- Oonstantint; Arcadia, from her great fort- must not halt. The nights oomTngpn, and to bevposted on the situation, said to the Principal of bonds years ago he killed a man in Jacksonville,
mo was an follows: tunes building public baths in Constantino- ft iq not safe out here in the desert. Urge Trwa&-Uiaon's correspondent some days held by United but was acquitted. No causo is assigned
Appeang before you today. mymind pleandtolling for the allevlisn of the onthe camels. Iseethedomesagant th otate undersatood ath States. ............. $132,000 00
rv--p_ ; " "'imasses, Queen Olotilda. leading bar hus- sky, and the houses of Leta-inacnadthe tem- agothatIhnunderstod a proteK" against for the ucd aedsodny
yattated with the scenery of the Holy band and throe thousand of his armed war- ples and the gardens. See the fountains the confirmation had been presented, but ber 27, 1873 (to On the night of May 28 1887 in Hazen'e
Land, from which we have just arrived, you riors to Christian baptism; Elizabeth of dance in the sun, and the gates fl~h as they up to this time no document of this sort which date interest son on Bay street (Martin's present
will expect me to revert to some of the Burgundy, giving her jeweled glove to a opsn to let in poor pilrims,. had made its appearance at the room of the has beeaid), to stand) Garnie (known as "B.ddie")
w B.B o. __ begear and scattering great fortunes among THE nALF NOT TOUO. committee on postofioss and post roads. January 1, 1890 ..... 148,712 66 stabbed a companion, Joseph F. Roer,
monce enacted there. Mark a orcl thedstressed; Prince Albert signing Send the word up to the palace that we Oc other hand, a number of letters and $280,712 66 agdtwenty-tdree. After being stabbed'
rmod Lake "Ulsee, and *another oicle of Ages" in Windsor Castle. and Qaeen Vie- are omin and that we are weary of tha t e nearsetns f av number onfi r sat nd
arnd, ,J~erusom, and y dearbes the toorts, incognita, reading the Scriptures to a march of the desert. The King will come put In an appearance and have been filed at Balance .........................$667,954 50 orug store, but tfellon the pavement in
* two riool in wbloh cloxter memories of dyin paupe, out and say: "Welcome to the palace; bathe the mamittee room, and it is probable that, Second. By computing interest on the front of the store and died within fifteen
mom events than In y other two circles ... TE ooILMo ING Din these waters; recline on thfse banks. in the absence of,further developments, the aggregate due the state to include Novem- minutes.
mo i ............................oI blow Gkod that the dlay Is coming when Take this cinnamon and frankincense and committee. At iti xeting next week, will ber 26, 1873 (to which date inclusive the in- It seems that the two had been out driv-
ierusalem was a spoil of fsinaiuon that royalty will bring all its thrones, and music myrrh and put it upon a censer and swing take itp th a and report in favor of its terest on the bonds held by the United ing, and, on returning the team to Ihe
,, beor theim'rn ai.r. An yet myte frienendsantiin a- tbete et atr l, n h
wlholdmethearatof my life. Solomon alllts harmonie, andpinting allits pi- it before the altar. And yet, my friends, ma Se hs bn p an sk a stable
h resolved that that clty should be the 'ures. and sculpture ail its statuary, and when heaven bursts upon us it will be a phg.hhdty fealng among the people of ance as of that date, viz : three started in the direction of Hazen's.
a ^ rt1 ..... at o architecturee all Its pillars. and conquest greater surprise than that-Jess onthe thejrhtewarfwvilleisshownby Pncipal due State ........... 261,93431 On the way there Garnie, it is said, drewh tis
wtr of .. .owd, regal and.. at its acepters, and the queens of the earth, throne, and we made like Him! All our he Aruotnssidt which the denial of Inter st, at 7 per cent, pooket-knife, andopenigthe blade(about
xneotae llenoe. He ast hiouel to in lon line of advance, frankincense fll- Christian friends surrounding us in glory the y* f^^v ..1^ given publics- January 1, 1858, to two inches long) said that he intended to
workh and .men.opolud. t..e urronndl ug I the air, aad the camels laden with gold All our sorrows and tears and sins gone for- tion. Wf, *.:.. ^*.fie was none of the November 26, 1873. cut some one during the night, but his
daert.AS a highway for his caravans. He sball approach Jerusalem, and the gates ever! The thousands of thousands, the one oust. '.1or statement that in elusive ........... $291,634.74 friends, thinking he was only joking, paid
built the cityof PAl yrt Around one of the shall be hoisted. and the great burden of hundred-and-forty-and-four thousand, the the "sg ,"but the out and out Deduct bonds held by little attention to the threat.
]In- 0ple wells of the Ea.t. so that all the splendor shall be lifted into the palace of groat multitudes that no man can number, sta euI-t that tie reports of yellow fever United States ....... 182,000.00 Arriving at the saloon, all there entered,
lo6 tral of m e haronde*M train the East this greater than Solomon. will cry, world without end: "The half-- at iaaksonville are false and absolutely when it was discovered thatGarnie had lost
|fe~obtg=0 todtojpt l..putoU Mnd leave Again, my subject teaches me what is the half was not told met" without foundation, promptly put auend tO Leaving balance due his scarf-pin. Asked about it, he said he
Spart of tleli welea in tie dSOf o8 0olo- earnestness in the search of truth. Do you the Ptory everywhere. as interest ................... $159,334.64 did not know where it was, and questioned
noutr m So &0tn11n He named the fortress know where Sheba was ? It was in Abys- SUNDAY IN sr. AUeuiSTIBs. FLOBIDA'S WAR OLAIM. If o m 11 t a those neae, hbourit. As e ,hanwe
Tr punu *4 tie phote ford of the Btphra- ie, or some sayin the southern part of --- Tftnport ofthe third auditor of the It congress deems proper to allow Inter. in the neger, h sked him ife ad u
to, and. put u r. guard evaeiythn_ tha Arabia Felix. In either one it was a great Af, tra Worthty of Not" In Mhe Ancient ea .... the^., prinipa ($26,93 31)_, ..... No-.u
_,,a0A tS* atr e atveto the Florida war claim, vember 2 1873, to January 1, 1890, the n- pin
thru t re The three, great products of way off from Jerusalem. To get from there city. whic iwas sent to congress by the seers- terest at 7 per cent would be $295,098.10; or It". w" Gernie bame infoited ha
--wu p r(omtne richest to Jerusalem she had tocross a country BUmzEu OB Tinl'lits-Utox, tory the treasury, ih attracting a good at6perocent $25,9l.2 pnethekf s i
41101111111-1d 1 rate d l l.. wVWtaOvser; Ist with bandits, and go across No. 11 ST. GzOBO3& TBz fti deal attention here, and it is felt that the Inany final settlementwhich mayapply ladet
0 o11, W"~ in tha W Our, IS t entire bludtering deserts. Why did not the ST. AnousTraz, FLA., Jan. 5. 1890. ) gove unent cannot, with any sort of grace, and thus liquidate the bonds held by the the nip t t
Abstitus.forb And lard, and waspre- queen of Sheba stay at home and send a 0p0cWaCorresDonaence vrTixMzS-,iox. fu rthdelay the settlement, which ought United Satesit would be advisable that Rogerooredotath s
d fromth olve, branc untlevery tree committeetoiquire &bout this now relig- There is another large artesian well being 'to. h bee&made yeas ands.ears ego. theactof congrsssmake expressprovision when t
In d o nx bo ms an owell; and12 tod have the delegates report in regard Tlxns r ort of the auditor is so Interestingfothsurneofhebdsadcpnspal
Smla, which .WA the etire substitute for to that religion and wealth of King Bolo- bored on the grounds of the laundry. It is nd c vn" in dt l hat'fitisiventop the counter and threw Garie
tga-tboals three great products of the non? She wanted to Bee for herself, ad between one and two hundred feet deep, herewith in full. He says
OOniry Bolomon expor, and received In hear for herself. She could not do this by and already has a good supply of water It Th tate advances two claims under this SENATOR CALL'S RESOLUTION~ partly
ntom 9ra1nd poolous Woods mud the work of committee. She felt she had a e 11 V: Senator Cal's resolution looking to an in- atcloe ptup
aW1knt1mal of e0eSy oIMe. psoutl worth ten thousand kingdoms like is for the exclusive use of the laundry. The l:he claim specifically referred to vestigation of land grants and land titles The p ss Whowenttr o's s-
'11 o nOX' T w 1A. Sheba, and ahc wanted a robs richer than overflow is drained into the St. Sebastian in t act reported in the letter of the in Florida, which was introduced in the sstan re eonu ad
No want down to Zzlon-gober and or- y woven'by oriental ahntt es and she river sectary df war, May 22,1882. This claim opening days of the session, has not yet find where the knife le d e -
a,,N a grter hi~ t be onsrnolS wanted a crown net with the jewels of eter- rl"...-_,.-u^r in ,v Anm^_ is 4, L reimbursement of certain expenses been acted on by the committee on public ydebn tn ceq i
delved. a- Res of-u ships, to be contruted Thr are man -vistta in"Y AnitryI h
.....aw ,, .^wbm w.a n,,t~h. a ity. Bring out the camels. Put on the .. ....... .... ins red by the state in suppressing Indian lands to which It was referred. The resolu- wher oeohddiefrs
bta pics. athr u th Jeelsof he hroe Cty" to day enjoying the sights and these dos- I s between a Ieroe
btofthfl lwhloh toeOOUt er up, e jewe .... he ...one ity todayenjoyingthesght- hostities between December 1, 1855. and tion is prctically the same as that intro- e emenothearay The coroner'
om f theo ntil,,, whic^hw as to go and put them on tbe caravan. Start now; lightful menu of the hotels. Jantry 1._1860, $268 108 40 videe joint reso- duoed during the last congress, and as it ?nMay24found th oun og
the wealth-of the than known world. He no time to be lost. Goad on the camels. t luti of fMarch 3, 1881; also report by sec- got no favorable attention at that time, its
... ..... ... ..... ..Those registered at the Hotel Cordova lutid O0 w came ..
hea.d hat tW ft tlean horse ere large When I see that caravan, dust covered.. TreO ar. i house ex. hloa. No. 203, chances for 1.s favorable consideration do h isrou
are: M. F. Denyer and family, Brooklyn, or vee
and swift. and rowansed and round weary and exhausted, trudging on across : a Frty seventh congress, first session), not seem very hopeful. A gentleman who ce fda h ad of ni
limbed. a he resoled to^purchams them, the desert and among the bandits until it N.Y.; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Vendig, New Svfd.. Suhdry expenses for similar pur- is familiar with the workings of theoommit- Garnewa wel ou pt o b
... .. n. U.. 11 period but month preiou by this teribl sad t h :z o r s o d
giving ,,hty fiy^n adoUllar &plow for tham, reaches Jerusalem. I say: "There is an York city; Mr. J H Garth and Miss pose, nourred in 1849, but not paid by the tee said to the T-MS-UsIoN's correspond, arirohad ben a sbrnd elbhad
K^&..--tof earnest soaker after the truth." .. .. ,, satat til 1859 $21,685.72. In mak-.ng the ent that he did not believe it would get tav- affarnrixmnt
ing the t orein But there are a great ma whodo not Garth, of Hannibal Mo.; Mr an Mrs. W. report ove referred to the secretary of orabIe action. Young
"---"- orabd salon. th ,u a toin foeg life -St Johnses N.d B.spin I liin
tentatet at great proft aot in that way. They all want to get the F. Hatherway, St. Johns, N.9B. war ded these items because the joint SUGAR EXPERIMENTS. Since Jsonville ittle has been
I ~q tai t~e heht f im truth, but they want the truth to come to Th u alvfo h ai np re aeo~ under which he 'was acting was
Hebohard Oakfthere wasthe best of tim. tob ^ n ^ 1 00 The tug Mabley from the bar, is in port resoly udrwihh Matn a The report of the sugar inspector of the knowx~rh% S Eeh ee
ber on Mount Lebnonu and henut out one them- they do nots tnt to goto i.w two lumber-laden schooners out to limit -"!^s^ ^ur 1 b fe state of Kansas showing othatherehave t snfhi lentableteding expressed tre.
hmqt a mht hnaqmn nhware people who told their arms and say: "I to owtw ce 1,1855, an Jduulr 1 16. 3u saeo ana.soinuhtter-aenw
hundred And eighty thousand man to how sr ^ ^ oe^Ors a ~ ea. "w us*SS beei '1^n^n manufactured In that state a million gret Iratieoralsrofracaatr
down ths forest and drag the timber ,am ready to become A Christian at ny time; The chr..ches were well attended this the K 1889 requires a report upon an' bend ahalfatunds of sghu sar iin tfeatr
,robtho tQuntaigorges, to construct if Iamto be saved I shall be saved, and if morning by both visitors and residents ., n .... cear. baen tha pouudsot sg the that
e~o -, t h f-- t S,,- ndI am to be lost I shall be lost." But Jeru- ThmAozrnm arrithvaltos andre:s.F ilade On clai originai n ........ pa~t tear, awakens neW interest in the, ,
toThe Alazar arrivals are: H. F. Gilli and ter-lr "855 work being accomplished in this, direction /.jIsAl. '.""
.,b=ithoeto bedranmbyoxsteastwn salem, wlnvcme t o you; y both by Private parties and by, the depart-y ; y m g n R W a
W-.five mie &wo the land to Jeru.lem to Jerusalem. The religion of the Lord Sims W. H. Ples, ......... W. Rusl a.t&. st ienJa/t) I Alnd an expenditure bonth of privalte prtes an y.hemicep abrtore A nl. ,.: '.:.
Heh adt a h n w re beuiu l w r us Chit wil a n o t oeliton B yngou; you of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cros- PC 7('v .ki h ac f. ..... .. 24 6.5 have been established by the department of" _,e e e ln d
.n t ar a d asut o he p an e g g t e n. n ut t e by, M iss P ,roe, John Britton. C. K. Mount, Dad "v samon t relie by' .... *..gricularo in cohneotion with:- sorghum"s j-4,0. ~e trd yb o e o
emi vow are. n t hi er ayemats; pJut on all the swee loeI~,, all thesa u f iiaySoe
Uw ea r nhe fowe grs eou nd in therins ofr that easuras of ta heart's action. Start for W. 0 W acksonville; H. J. Ralp-h, 0.. (4EY .. ......... ...... .1 torieRat Rio Grande, New Jersey,'te0
arefloem ounintheruis o th rone Go in an .. Me waer of Senxrew. .ea, New Y irk; R. C. Sanborn (g )........... !le. Vitginia; Kenner, Louisiana; tetttpormfo
cit sch s r e t o be f","o~u, nd,; i'dn nts Vh'er p avto ehn futisalaroun and wife,, sbon, N. J. I._... les Iowk and at. tho following a mania _eo rl o ,
of.al..ie,.hel..al.esen. .t.oft. Mr. and re. John W. Denny of, Milton, il _.L Rm v... ,ansas, namely: Starting, Tesofrn n l
- h~ t, fo , h ,. w,- Jquet the wine pr le sd. from thes nrag v -p
asiaabu hetrn.Stdona h a In.. t=., ir in, 18' IS68 tfer
le o f^ Ih e p t wtee ua npn Gra da w a i t-g t h ea p a.t w e e- _a n *ar e a w a i t -
1 win". Ht-1-, people to catch them, t a camels. The Bible, eclares it: The opening of the Ponce de Leon. video detailed stateofentin the sults of the experiments in Kansas ail tbi h
..d. ,rng them then. and he put them into a that's t v..... They are cbarmig people, and among the um of......... ............... l t wn that, in the southern part of ilege of naming the Mardi
We*? ,. a ,,, Saas =I am speaking of--the queen of the leaders of sagial life in this city. Aggregate..... ........ .. 29 west and south of Wichita, fine Gras. SQ-me of t 'ere inclined
Standbooknow sa. d ee ths long tutu of,, t i1, shal r upi.dgmet m Mrs. F. 0. Sultner arrived last evena.ing nf .. hum cane were produced, and to acoe
o a1 m l e o o m i n g u o t e I n g s t o a n d t h e o t h l i e u n j d m n t a a m t ^ ; b O ff a e t s -d e m a n d s3 e g a m sa t t h e b t a t e t # f eo r g p t e pl o a p r d
udd toad ineeioi o a
o- toa ins fr o the k-n er and to generation and cc ndemn it; for she e Brunswick, Ga. beIng ryL Such quantities s t fore. finally co
x -t The San Karoo hotel is being renovated this office Aprilas of 189 you have the financial success of the industry rejectthe
p..ostones.andbeastsot every hoof, -t a om he and its grounds are being beautified, pre- t W..a .oe .. localities and in places further "I will guarantee to bring to Jacksonville
.... bid of every Wn. ,and Ash of....r t6 beer the wisdom of Solomon; and. be- mit^.. res,...p" ^-+ .. .....one by the. departments.and
a atho aocs sut unr th hold I .& greater than Solomon is h paratory to the opening for the season, on bureaus resetin the ex south. There seems to be reasonable the handsmst girl in all Florida. She is
..le eeh.... oa Btn ......... ...~^T^^^^^ the 15th inst. ,1^ rfm t m^eno o, a ground for believing that in the southern only 17 years old. and was born within
,. ,,th, osm ,,,n ,What infatuation the sitting down in idle- th 5his.such demands. Only two are reported, gon o eivn hti h otenol
cedar, and the horsemen rn, and the s et t a v The casino of the Aloazar is one of the v part of Central Kansas and in many parts of eight of the St. Johns river want your
chariots wheall Hark to the orchestral ti thestraight chief attractions of St. Augustine which is First. Thefirst comptroller state that a the Indian Territory, where the soil and carnival to be a success, and I feel sure
Gan uon the dander Not Stopping to look r beiven you; seek, andye shasllfind;knock, enjoyed by all, and quite a number of peo- birst. h ofr $72.76 41o stands tagit climate are similar to that part of Kansas that t
into the wonders of the temple, stop right ple come over from Palatka and Jacksou-balance .f ,7,786,1.tands mentioned, it may flourish. I!,ipor- make:itso. Pleasetelegraphyourreply"
on to the causeway, and pas up to autt sa be opene to you." the vie a to enjoy a plunge in the pool or a Turk. state on account of "direct tax" under act t progress has also been made An
OLONOH.'- PAIO". kingdom of heaven by violence. Urge on ish or Russian bath. August 5, 1861. In the case of United h past year in the development We've
OwAndourelveami a ollei the camels I Among the guests at the Florida house States vs. Louisiana (123 U. S. Rep., 32) of varieties of sorghum containing a higher got the most beautiful girl in Florida right
b weflud ou ves d clletion BBREoION A sURPRISE. are E. B. Duvshee. Boston; J. D. Stein- the supreme court decided that the appor. "content" of available sugar than those here in Jacksonville. Buy $100 worthof
the wealt onhotman temping haT genius Again, my subject impresses me with the metz, New York; F. Z. Taylor, Mr. and tionment of the, aogte heretofore grown. A large number of analy- Sub-Tropical souvenir tieets with your
of Hiram, the architect, and of the other fact that religion is a surprise to any one Mrs. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Night, D.0. states s seshavebeen made durinmrtheylast year, money of the py ,
arts, Is here seen in the long line of cot- that gets it. This story of the new religion Morrow, E. Daughn, T. Jackson, T. Smith, eate;to bea the.se atonasfntempl and the present season for the purpose of It is remarkable what a pressure is being
ridor and the suspended gallery and the in Jerusalem, and of the glory of King 8ol- Miss Davis and Miss M. Davis, Jacksonville; inihneach f t e intt t that Unitem ds selecting, fox planting the seed of the best brought to bear upon thercommittee to in-
approach to the throne Tracerted window oen, who was a type of Christ-that story E. E. Vail, city. I the firstinstancethat theUnitedSa varieties. Agricultural department officials duce t
Appoate traoethed window. Bronzed wrind rolled on and on, and was told by every The Magnolia hotel has among its guests would, by its own direct processes, collect believe also that a sugarbeet, rich in sac- Regina before they appearing the carnival.
mls bursting Into lotusand lilyandpome, traveler coming b ok from Jerusalem. The A. E, Selig, New York- Albert E. Dickson, par tcupnelch anroth ehare i fatter, can be produced an several They are as slosa ts oysters, however. T
grannte. Chapiters surrounded by net. news goes on the wing of every ship and Mrs. Anna Dickson, Miss Bernice Howard, parceitself no de theSate in its c of the northern states, especially California. The king will not know who the queen is,
worik f leave in whiah Imitation fruit with every caravan, and you know a story Mr. Harry Wells, Mr. James H. McKee, Mr. steo et where it is fond that not only does the and vice versa; neither will the six maids of
H a r r G i b e r a d M J m e s B o y e r P a r a t e c a p a c i t y un l e s s t h e sa t ef h a d m a s i in
soemedsuflpened as in hanging baskets enlarges as it rolls, and by the time that lHtarr J.F.lbrandeMr Jack s onvl e. r soa- insane sa^^ spcal sueBt sugar beet flourish to an extent far beyond honor know who the six courtiers are; not
Three brauoh~s-so Josephu s tels ns -three story gets down into the southern part of Aska FJ.id F.d note Jaskonvlle Tef ag rg t he ter ste sa gin e e tto so thir pd yde l opie industryofilleknowdh o r th e oth rs a .The four ter
bran ch e~s sulptured o h m r l ot i Arabia Felix and the queen of Sheba hears The beautiful grounds surrounding the assessed^ vh a d i h ni s b u a bte s u in carefu r apid ly si de eoint indstprove to l co ntaining the r oy thous aehol wilthe re-oa
n d subtlethat even the leaves seemed to it, it must be a tremendous story. And yet Ponce de Leon are putting forth their best rie"-rs congress wibut e ad th yiel n a career u p acnay iit o s chas rin e d mate fo r bont airing teroy a toiso cu p nseol w ell asre
.quiver. A laver cpable of holing fie this queen declares in regard to it, although efforts for the opening day. The fountain baan eab v m fenton d as a d et of the thldan th re r b ee t g ow sancharop e a t oter fo e pbe l y tr oitso c pat.s ela
un dred barrlsa of water onsix hundred she had heard sO much and had her antici- on the west side of the grounds puts one in s.' ^tate, or treat ita tae bee ogrown to Euoe demandblc.
brze x ed s, which guhedwith water pattens lamsed so high, the half--the half mind of a miniature geyser. ^l S ead There are said to be in tbe United States The committee has decided to appoint a
?andfiedthe whole place withcooolness and w not told her. due tt. strehtlarvl aeA ^^l^fafte, ifroth n^^ what is technically termed as throe sugar lord chamberlain to direct the ceremonies
o ysa~ lin e brightness aud m usicl ,lash 8 religion is always a surprise to any one Haig and wife, New York and 0. E. Thoem- ports tht the! Un tedates~ hod ,a s e lts t e anh oft ri o y t oe wo pit: n a vsoth r bel. marom and t ethe w yal pagenti u toe erginse this
n Sh h?^dwih caro w^ n thai gets it. The story of grace--an old as, of Chicago, Il1. T W ^^ eto ertrt i:Asuhr etmrh n ewl otnet xrieti
MSoS and -h-h-m --olomon"-aa-t n- story. Apostles preached it with rattle of The first through train from the North of ithfs"Id rs fn, od of the^ adapted to the growth of cane,, an inter- function until the close of the opening
thrne of ivory At theseatln paceof thectu;n martyrs declared it with arm of fire; arrived to-day at 2 :55 p.m.. with the mail state thehsum o f 3,0,baing7 e mediate belt :adapted to the growth of quadrille at the Sub-Tropical baill This
throne oneachend ofthe tes% brazen deathbeds have affirmed it with visions of which heretofore did not arrive till 6:30 cent nteret: tht th inters to Jly1 sorghum andsa northern belt adapted to dignitary will be appointed to-day. ..
.. ,.,6S~ota ^ .l n 1862,er ofa pelido byv ptm. thtateno and tha, sin the growth of the sugar beet. Thus we are It is especially requested that all the
--_,. / ,'' a ma"dtriB-andlsawit'sn~uffersoffolT___.. sounded it through the lanes and the high- Mr. and Mrs. R.J. Weemys of New York itthe ntri'or deparmet hsfro t iven toward there souinotew anipreant facnoicrsetcail, lose thei plceso, b usinhoessl at5






g old~a n thao[ t eu t w s eth ei rf rtth i wi thfc e k iv esin b a i sf w ay s ,.a andb e eth e cu h ap els, andm t s t n xth e c h eca th ed ral S '.n are d o i cile d at th e A l c aa r ^ f o hiter o i ea p li d to to w r th e i n e e t s nd ys-poblu tio o f h oe sga r ea p r d ct on o.i Tre tailclok se t th ei ra p a te snn Noftun s astore
of old an the, w scooedthi ae otsn thsbe out thasesped onthe canas with pechiel and z a Mr. and Mrs. Weemys have spent seeral ountS And thus^ t appears th~atf Patle this ua rduto.Teocok etFia feron o tr
wi nters i n6 ? ? cS p d u t e a he re d n o n w i ^ ^ t o S t. A u us tn e at6 th e P on'c e e at t e i nte res has b ee n p a d o in c l ud e t t l a m o u t c n ue d^ mi h i s b i n t e i ys h o l op en w hie th e carni -
with eihovels of gold, and they stirred the beyu recited to the doxology of great con- lin n aertre nemret n oebr2ra,3 eved, be obtained from either cane, sor. pal is in progress.
.. .. flB~ t ... o od ni r ge a o and y tl h na maf i s *o the braci-e sea air. N ot -T ats con pntation includesn the 5 ghum or beet, but with sections of country The various committees will hold meet-
,mtd inthe wter l oldfluhinofrom the comes to look on the palc of God s mercy, issHust adMissM. Hust of Philadel- per celt du t^Steqkon sale of Unted adap ted to te owth of al~l three of these ings to-day, and important announcements
, d.llold batgoh wn 1. aw t e e oalth of thi baqu t, and theuuaue his, Mrs. James Tolman, Miss Tolman, and States wamD^^-Ms,,hown in the settle it is felt by the friends of the sugar indus- may be looked for to-morrow.
g:dgod ,6[t ot .. .. "aqe n helxra Miss Eaton of Boston, are en joy ing the corn- ent of t^^^mQ onu^~ teUnited States^ try that there is no reason why the present ASF
v' . ...... t h e . .f t h e otf a en c oe o f H^ s' a t e n d a n t a d t h o el n s o i f o r t s o f t h e A l ca z ar .. l a ud o fft ^ui ns sT l le F ~ a co v e r i gt b longe n r Ucnthed i mpr a ti^n o s g ar s o l eA T A I I ^A S S E B._
.......ee ofaua mreowd ......r ...iu-p--; *"The half the half --as not told" the statfnlfbl e t 0pea uth0 fuur the experiments now being made in the ception and a Great Audience.
soon the streetso erua nlem~ tn are St.de .,,aiu :rn --fo Cr s eth lte,Z h t he ti n d fieacons manufacture of sugar by the diffusion pro- The commercial drill which was given in
pro lonap5proaching jJeusalem? Ititnk ,,- lappeal.t:ah_. who J^are -"h8sti?.8 st John Rie Regularly, terest po t~e deinandsof1?the stat.Ihs ^Jt,kd ,, .. ;..,,..., .. ,, Tallahaseo Friday night was a perfect suc-


f-ro0-m t-h-e po-m~p eit there must be royalty uop ne iaea you naa orea the joy orthep one,,,,t or ,,,e ,giounurB ,,0alen..
in_ ti tehetth f the Christinife before you became a Chris- The J., St A. & H.. railroad trains all heacasewherei the athe diffusionwor, Ithough cess in every way. A crowded house
viB w-hi--' ar-e u'ohtM-,-res'-"ents-andI tian with the appreciation of that jov you passed over the new St. Johns river bridge b er ctedo m unsatisfactory in some respects, thoroughly greeted the fair performers, and the pro-
h hut hdriveehave now sine you have become a Chris- yesterday, leaving the city from the Way- etw be pe o h h demonstrate the practical manufacturing gram
dusoovered caravan showing that n e y te any and you arwllngeerainethe cross depot. The trains back out west of award interest upon claims against the c .e can will s torouh well. The party returnee to Jaoksonvle
come from far away. Cry the news up to spirital bouneve, iny Commercial stOeet, and are then switched United States unless expressly so provided camente.th ffub a y Saturday afternoon and all are loud in their
thepaac. Th ..... .. of Sheb.... ..e of yo rs iiu l b n a e a n r e o m r by statute. But this proceeding is 11ot Of treate nt ind cn e u ty the difu i n ipuattio h n s praies oftheu b u de o ptliy o h
Let all the people come out to see. Letthe nation .of what was to come.. Yo are ready on to the new tracks which lead tothe that vture. Congress has reserved to itself brespet andco seque y themanp ulatio s te apitli
mighty men of the land come out on the d n hav e fofrh bridge. the determination what hall be the plan cnofte s On the arval of the train there they were
palace corridors. Let Solomon come down discoeraies youn he thess oG As the 1:15 p.m. train was approaching and terms of the general and final settle- e wor t estnp inloss toe etlanter met by a committee of gentlemenn withcar-
th haeoutheThe half-the half was not told ell' the western terminus yesterday, a schooner ment between the United Etates and the ,,The results ofthis season's work indiate riages ready to convey them to the ouses
hand algthed saron out the oanu nth Well, we bear a great deal about the good in tow came down the stream and Passed state, and has merely called upon the de- the possibilities of diffusion and justify a asgnedte, .oteprp te
andhesafon and nsithnteas and thas e time that is coming to this world when it is through the draw, the train being obliged p^rtvent to'nid its deliberations, by exam- rai d introduction of the process." hotelss
frnicn se and pass it into. etreasure to be girded with salvation. Holiness on to Wait until the draw had been closed ............ th1eal faymta e D h mnfcuesfn n rul ul
skose.Tae upthe diam'onds until v they mando and by suggesting some equitabler^^nan touleoryinitd~he t-b tei gess urn
guttrin thesun.. the belle of the horses. The lion's mane again. The maritime laws of the United mand and by suggesting some equitable in securing sorghum and sugar beets from theirstay. Thehal, beautsfulydecorated,
glitteimthesun patted by the band of a babe. Ships of States give vessels the right of way through Inioetstlmn ,,,,, the farmers, in suffiient quantities, to per- was placda hi ipsl n eeto
"HBBAS QU..... _'." _ Tarshish bringing cargoes for Jesus, and all draw-bridges built over navigable wa- In toferdebate upon thia provision in { tmhto he work going on without being tenderts; at th in af dhe with
ee queen oh redalgn. She enters ba,, r r barren winter- he tree. t mutua l tw oul ethe bueeted to extended delays?" format lhg se
,:> .,,tipalace. She washes at the bath. She storm-scarred, thunder-split rook break The system of signals is complete at the "tult Yes, very great trouble. You see the that heipi y as
.'tiomnat tnebanquet.'neoup-barers ]ntoflood of bright water. Deserts into bridge. Every train mst the final adjustment, and the general ulitoof these plants in this country famous... ., .. ...
0 .to.w;.. -S.he me~a~t mokes.. he music Item.- which dromedaries thrust their nostrils, be- still before entering the bridge; it cannot tenof the provision for a finalsettlement for the manufacture of sugar is compara- The.'pilyer Lins returndhme wia
:A', olto ecuuhoftewatersyrgmtmemol- causethev were afraid of the simoon- proceed until the draw-tender signals to of all mutual demands seams to indicate lively a new industry, and the farmers, fail- replenisedtreasurytoadd t thei o-n"
j,. \ ..i. .. Then sherrisesfrom the banquet, deaerts bloomig ioto oarnmatian ros and come on. that congress intends eventually to make or ing to realize the enormous possibilities out utonowarsenewcurcw Y
.^ \ ^f-'wl'-n s tho tlhe onservatorie silver. tipped lilies. Many people gathered on the wharves yes- provide for a settlement upon the broad of so new and rapidly developing indutry pleasareso er bre ty,
L-^;; n oe a e l F_,zle e *tY-tno- terdaytosee thenovel sight of a tralnof and equitable principles applicable to set- adthe important finance br i l hearty
TM~~~~n OLD important finacia beain see will neovel.n.. sightos oWfO so train ofas-t ewenidvdas fter
a rsmany strane questions, and she cars crossing the St. Johns river, and the tlemenrs between individuals of their mu-
Sual mun- n emns have upon the agricultural richness of the'sse4te mernepze
^,. M a eM o eH w t el o E b t .Waycross piers were thronged with speeta- country when it shall have become fully Among the many feral tributes showered
Isaiah tolditJohn told it. Paul told trainentoverthebridge. It is! not clear in what precise sum the maureddonottiterestthe upon the fairperformers especial mention
the an.io d there becomes abdit servanr ofdit a to rs' every im t in a "~* ud o heeepnitrswr roie i- insemgh^^ nni emd f hs rsetdb h
ab- eud ao these wennttre over proide bridge... red d nteoh e e elesinThr ShUO De I aeo oepeetaD n
8'. '"' e ia overwhelmed. She begins to think it, John Milan told it-everybody tells it- one for New Goods. by loans effected upon interest. It is, how. cu ........... a .-. g S W Railtoadcompanytotheirrepre-
"I.:; ( all the Spices she bought, and all the and yet-and yet when the midnight shall D W W Trumpeller the well-known ever, evident that the amount borrowed Honors Crowd Upon Him. sentative, Miss Eva Step:ens.
ur- ious woods which are intended to be fly the hills, and Christ shall marshal his DW.W. rmpeller, the well-Known upon 7t percent bonds and thus applied =,- .,
*,. turned into harps and psalteries and into great army, and China, dashing her idols clothier and tailor, left yesterday noon for went much beyond the $132,000 procured Since his memorial speech over the BaidiBK a Tramp Camp.
Tailings for the causeway between the tern- into the dust, shall hear the voice of God the North to spend a month selecting from from the United States, and it is highly lamented Grady in Atlanta John Temple Yesterday morning Lieutenant Jack
^ y^^ no'S^ ^ ^-Sneffprbabl thatn~~ l ^ ^^ the earkete bul Phldefi the funds^iS ^^^^ Graves has been thel heo o~f th hur dKeefe and three officers raided a tramp's
ple and the palace, and the one hundred and and wheal into line; and India,.d~estroy~n the markets in Philadelphia and New York for e tat theependtures bulk bofrowed fupnd Grvshsbetehroftehuan K
Aghty thousand dollar in money ---she be- her Juggernaut and snatching up her little fo hs-xedtrswsbroe pnnumerous southern journals have selected ecmmn u nteS .&W od
nk thatall these p nt mount children from the Ganges, shall hear the a stook of ready-made clothing with which interest. encam
to nothing in such a place, and she is almost voice of God and wheel into line; and vine- to return to Jacksonville and make happy It al6 appears that the state was corn- him to accept a position as chief editor, and brought into the lookup eleven speci-
ashamed that she has brought them, and she covered Italy an4 wheat-crowned Russia, the many lovers of handsome raiment, polled to put its bonds (except those sold to with a large allowance or stock as an in- mens of this olasenine white and two
ayswithin herself: "I heard a great deal and all the nations of the earth shall hear Men and boys, old and voung, of all sizes the United StatEs) on the market at a heavy ducement. It is also reported that the New colored. an ornioer rwet lutfo
-About this place, and about this wonderful the voice of God and fall into line; then the and shapes, will be able then to receive dis0ou.. YorkSouthern society has invited him to accomp
"9reiionof the Hebrews, but I find it far be- Church, which has been tolling andstrug- garments to suit the taste and please the It wotiId be impossible to fix with strict pre- speak, himself to select the subject, at the somemoriofthem, but a couple of colored
yond my highest anticipations. I must add gling through the centuries, robed and gar- eye. A select line of goods will also be se- cision upon any adequate date from which an great banquet of February 222-the only women sounded the atarm and the tramps
more than 50 per cent. to what has been re- landed like a bride adorned for her hus- cured for the tailoring department, and aggregate due the state should draw inter- ,outhern representative on that occasion, considering discretion the better part o
late. It exceeds everything that I could band, shall put aside her veil and look up many novelties in design never before seen est. I he payments by the state were in a The other speakers selected are Grover valor, tooktotheswampsand escaped Two
have expected. The half-the half was not into the face of her Lord and King and say: here. On his return Mr. Trumpeller will vast number of small sums, scattered Cleveland, Governor Campbell of 1 Ohio, of them, however with but one leg each.
told me" "* The half--the half was not told mel" enlarge and improve his store, and make it, through the period of 1855-'59, and the ex- Chaunoey M. Depew and General Horaeo were captured and warned that they must
Leam from this subject what a beautiful Well, there is, oming a greater surprise he says, the finest clothing house in the actdat'of payment in many cases is not Porter-a distinguished honor for one so leave the town This they promised to do,
thing it is when social position and wealth to every 0hristiani-a greater surprise than city and tn the state. known; also the exact dates at which the young, so they were liberated,


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HOTELS,


The chairman-You say you didn't put
that 02,000.000of increased price in your
pocket. Whydidn't vou ?
The witnea-We didn't get it.
The obairman-Who did get it?
The witnes--I don't know. we didn't.
To further onestioDs by Mr. MoKinley,.
Mr. Pearco sabd the Mills bill, if it bad
passed, would hbae destroy ed every bagging
manufaotory iii the country, and prob-
ably bankrupted seven eighths of
the manufacturers: and that it would
have wiped out from $g 000,000 to
$8,500.000 of cawitifl. Tbe organization that
cornered the output of 1888 was due solely
to a belief that the Mills bill was legislation
hostile to invested capital and its product.
In answer to Mr. Breckiuoridge. Mr.
Pearce said that before the introduction of
the Mills bill ojrreopondenoe was had
among the manufacturers to restrict the
output of the mills to about the amount
demanded by the American market, but it
oould not be made a success till the Mills
bill was proposed. In that negotiation noth-
ing had been said about prices.
A Murderer at Eitghty.
U TlelegrapDn to thebo TiMs-ir XV
HAVERtHLL, N. H.. January 4.-Stephen
La Plant, a Frenchman, aged 80 years,
while visiting his son'd family at Centre
Haverhill. was left with his wife in charge
of the house and two eranduhildrenj aged
10 and 5 years. The old man became en-
raged from some trivial cause, and killed
his grandson, aied 5, with a hammer,'
fatally stabbed his granddaughter, aced 10,
and was in the act of attempting to kill his
wife when a paser-by entered and seized
him. He is given to drink.
Believed to be Drowned.
dpecilal to the TIMEs-UNIoNS
BauxswzoKx. GA., January 4.-Fears are
entertained by the negroes of Fort Simons
for the safety of three boys, who left Fort
Simons Thursday in a small batteau on a
fishing excursion on the Little Cumber.
land. The boys did not return and their
parents went in search of them. They
found the boat, which had drifted ashore
on JekyL In the boat were two coats, a
pair of shoes and some fishing tackle.
Everybody believes the bojs have been
drowned.
Killedby Her IneameB Husband.
By Telegrapn to the TIMEs-UON:Oia
LWT0ox, Ms January 4.-John Mo-
Williams, residing on Lincoln street, Lewis-
ton, who has been sick several days, became
insane to-day. Officers tried to arrest him,
but he escaped from them, ran into a house
and, with an axe, laid open the head of his
wife, killing her instantly. She was25 years
of age, and leaves one child. MoWilliame
was finally captured, and the coroner is
holding an inquest.
Speele Imports and Exports.
8y Telegraph to the TIMxE-UNxOs:
Nxw Yonx, January 4.-The exports of
specie from the port of New York this week,
amounted to $778,056. of which $81,672 was
gold an d $696,584 silver. All the gold went
to South America, $652,9T6 In silver went to
Europe and $43,409 in silver went to South
America. The imports of spelie at the port
of New York this week amounted to $159,-
994, of which $128,489 was gold and $80,505
silver. ,a
Blain In Chbldish Sport.
Uy Telegraph to the Trxm-Urc.oxa
ATLANTA, GA., January 4.- Bertie Beatie
was playing with his father's 22-ealibre
English bull-dog pistol to-day in a crowd
of boy friends. His little brother Garfield
now lies at the point of death from a bullet
which passed in at the left temple and out
at the right. The bullet did not touch the
brain, but out the muscles of his eyes so as
to blind the boy. He cannot recover.
Wetya=ketatemenl. 1
oy Telegraph to thoe TnQWNOIONU
._a th as.,- ; teauwry 8.=--The W
bank -tk% PmeStAbowvA showing a es:
Loans, aoee..................$4,927,500
8pecie, ewew..................... 1.866,900
Legal tenders, Increase........... 600,400
Deposits, increase..................10,981900
circulation, increase............... 7,200
The banks now hold $1,756,000 in excess of
the 25 per cent rule.
Blown two Hundred Yards.
By Telegraph to the TxEs TxioNl
WHBLING, W. VA.. January 4.-Engine
No. 442, on the B. & O. railroad, exploded
at Benwood Junction, this morning, making
a.total wreck. Engineer Ounningham was
blown two hundred yards and escaped with
slight injury. John Tarry was badly hurt.
Western Union telegraph wires were badly
damaged.
A Costly Lareeny COnvietton.
B~y Telegra~ph to ttie Tr MES-Ul-io~l:
MusTooN, MI-o., January 4.-George S.
Jacks, ex- Wnited States deputy marshal,
against whom six oases are pending for bur-
glary and larceny, was convicted in the cir-
cuit court yesterday of larceny in one of the
oases. The trial has been one of the most
sensational ever held in this city, and has
cost the county $16,000.
A Postofmiee Robbed.
By Teleg ~ph to the TIMES-UNION:s
LTcOHBTOO, YA., January 4.-A Chris-
tiansburg special to the Advance says: The
postoffice was broken open and robbed last
night of $115. The office had no safe, and
the money was kept in a desk, which was
s plit open with an axe.
A Grand Carnivtal and Sob-Tropical
Opening.


Visitors to Jacksonville will find Hotel
Placlde one of the most comfortable hotels in
the state. Entirely new. Elaborately fur-
nished. American and European plan. Pas.
senger elevator and all modern improve.
ment". On street leading to and within
wmling distance of E position, Rates lib-
eral. F.M. Rogers, Manager.
A Boy Held for lnWurder.
By Telegraph to the Tuzsa-UNioN:
ATLANTA, GA., January 4.-Taylor Ken-
dall, who was shot in the head on Christmas
day by McLaughlin, died to-day. McLangh-
is held for murder. Both were boys.
What I know about that standard remedy
-Dr. Bull's Cough'Pyru p-I know that a 25
cent bottle cured me of a bad cough in 12
hours. It ls afac%
Myriads of cases of rheumatism and neu-
ralyia have already succumbed to that won-
derfal remedy Salvation Oil. Price only 25
cents a bottle.


ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.


This Palatial Hotel Is Now Ope .

RATES REASONABLE.
E. N. WILSON, Mariager.


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Lumber and Towage.
Pineand Oypews Lumoer, rougn or Dreeas
Mouldings. Shingles, Posts, ,Latne, e*
Bar and Harbor Towing.
Lighter or sale or rent. Office at the Ai.
0,6,)b ne 263. *lK. A. O ^n*-*.


FIVE HUNDRED TONS
----CANADA HARDWOOD---

-UnLbl eaclbxec- Lslihes
Imported by Munroe E. Judson and Stroup.
---FOR SALE BELOW C03T FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS.--
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MONDAY, JANUARY 6, 1850,


2


PROTECTION DOCTORS DIFFER

REPRESENTATIVES O? FLAX, HEMP
AND JUTE HEARD.

ahob Wants Protection for Himself Be-
gardless of the Effect on the Others.
Hemp Versus Jute-A Jute Bagging
Man Questioned About the Trust.

f.y Telegraph to tWe TIMES-UNION.s
WAsmmoTox. January 4.-The bearings
before the committee on wavys nd means
were opened this morning with an argu-
ment by Edmund A. Whitman, of Boston,
in favor of the removal of the duty on flax.
The present rates, he said. had now been
in force nineteen years, and yet the pro-
duction of flax in this country had steadily
decreased. It wai practically a non-exis-
tent industry. Its culture required too
much manual labor and technical skill.
The product bad fallen off from 27,000..
000 pounds in 1860 to 5,.000,000 pounds in
'70, and to-day it was so insignifioant that
no one could tell what it was. The duly
was, therefore, a burden to the linen manu-
facturers without being compensatory to
the farmer.
0AZUSMXIES.
The next statement wes mide by Mr. An-
derson of Maine, a manufacturer of fancy
oawimeres, broadcloth, etc. He argued in
favor of the restoration of duties on such
goods as they stood prior to the change
made in the tariff by the law of 18883. and in
opposition to a removal of the duties on
wool. In reply to questions by Mr. Carlisle
the witness said tuat he did not want the
rates, which were increased by the tariff of
1888. reduced to what they had been: but
that he wanted the rates which had been
reduced pat up to what they had been.
A petition from the flax naokJers of Pat-
enon, N. J., in favor of the duties on flax,
wM presented by the chairman, and one
from Philadelphia signed by a large num.
ber of persons, asking for free raw mate-
rials, wa presented by Mr. Carlisle.
The next statement was made by J. R.
Turner, Jr., of Boston, president of the
Flax and Hemp Spinners'association. He
complained that his business had not the
Mme degree of protection as other indus-
tries had, and that, consequently, in many
lines of good, competition with foreign
oountrie bould not be kept up. He argued
In favor of an increase of duties on some
ade of linen goods, so thst there might
be home production and home markets; and
of the retention of the present duty of
65 a tonon flax ttraw and $20 a ton on
drieedflax. He asked for a duty of three
cents a pound on all linen coarser than
1600. with an additional rate of fifty per
oent ad valorem, instead of the present rate
of thirty.five per cent ad valorem.
PRODUSIMN OF FLAX.
Mr. Combs of Kentucky, a hemp-grower,
made an argument in favor of the duty on
hemp, and against the proposition to put
Jute sdeal and mandla on the free list. He
A; l like to have the duties on jute. sisal
iAnd manill raised one cent a pound, but he
would be oonent if the present duties on
them rea retained. In reply to questions,
by Mr. Carlisle, the witness stated that the
hemp production of the country had gone
up from 2.50 toUe in 189 until it was now
about 12,000 tons. It had been at one time
88 000 tons, but its use had been largely di-
minished by the substitution of wire and
other materials for repeo and of the iron
hoop for otton-bgng. He stated the
' average production of hemp at 800 pounds
to the aore; the entire cost of t at $84 60
per ton, and the, rt price at .0, so that
the prodfit ut $5.40. r. Carlisle
[put q 21 wimt amuch better
ultp. wd sbpfarmer in
va co
8 noa from
a l an of that
notion. to bor. He
need tha em flax be in-
fesd n In support
of this de inda.try in this
country is beoaue of insufl-
ient prole The cost of dressing a
ton of ax n his country is 64, while in
Eu1rope it is but $8. He said it required
gat skill to dress flax, and presented to
the committee specimens of rough and
dressedpro uote.
In answer to Mr. Breokliaridge, the wit
neer said he asked the additional duty upoa
the difference m wages alone.
Mr. Brkeckinridge-But the present duty
Is $40, and difference in the cost 6f labor is
*$29.
The witness explained that it required
thirty-seven hundred pounds of rough flax
to make a ton of the dressed product.
He was asked to prepare in detail the fig-
ures and the process by which he fixed
upon $90 a ton as the necessary amount of
duty and have them incorporated in hid re.
mars. Mr. Bright was accompanied by
several other flax dressers.
HEPASD JUTE.
Abram Bentley, a twine spinner of
Brighton, Pa., asked that the present duties
be retained on jute, sisal and manis. He
asserted that under conditions that obtained
formerly, and which could be reproduced
with adequate encouragement, the existence
of the bagging trust would have been im-
poIsible. Mr. Bentley said that, in his
opinion, the home demand for binder
twine can be wholly met by American
hemp. He said flax could be produced
suitable for cotton bagging at from three to
four cents a pound. It had been done and
could be done again.
Several representatives of the jute mills
made arguments and presented several me-
morials favoring free raw material. Charles
E. Pearce of St. Louis. read a statement


showing that the jute mills in the country
can manufacture 70,000,000 yards of cotton
bagging, while the total amount required by
the 7,000,000 bale crop of cotton is but
45,000,000 yards, leaving a suplus of 25,000,-
000 yards. The material used in this manu-
facture is suitable for nothing else except
waste-paper stock. The witness made
aI comparison of the cost of
Calcutta and American bragging, showing
that with jute butts free of duty, at least
2 cents per yard upon the manufactured
product must be laid in order to maintain
the industry in this country, If the present
duty of $5 a ton on jute butts is retained,
then the duty on the manufactured pro-
duct must be 23 cents per yard. One of
these combinations of rates Pearce asked to
be inserted in the tariff law.
Mr. MoMillin questioned Mr. Pearoe as to
the cause of the extraordinary rise in the
price of bagging from 7, cents in 1887
to 123 cents in 1888. He then asked the
witness if there was not a trust of the bag-
ging manufacturers to bring about this rise.
Pearce said there never had been a trust
of bagging manufacturers. nor a combina-
tion of them, to raise the price of bagging.
He explained at length that in the spring of
1888 seven out of, probably, the twenty-five
manufacturers in the country, cornered the
bo:7k actu re awe o
piodUCt, which resulted in the rie of prices
di Manufacturers were badly soared
by the probability of the passage of the
ABUlbi .
A warmn colloquy ensued between Mr.
MoMillin and the witness, in the course of
which the former asked the witness if he
justified the organization of the trust or
hornet as a philanthropic institution
brought about by fear of the passage of the
Mills bill.
"I say." responded Mr. Pearce, "that
when you undertake,.primarily, to destroy
my business, I am justified, secondarily, in
protecting myself, and I'll do it every
ime."
"But the organization didn't release its
grip upon the people after the danger of the
asge of the Mills bill had passed," eaid
Mr.,MoMillin.
"I can say to you that there isn't a bae-
ging manufacturer in the country who
doesn't regret the necessity that compelled
the organization you refer to.."
Mr. Brekinridge-Do you know of any
manufacturer returning the increased price
of the bagging ?
The witnese--I do not. They didn't have


OV6III er ,


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Carleton Hotel,
Bay and MarketStA., Oppo. te Postoffice.
An erican pl n. Terms $3 per day and up-
wards. Elevator and all modern improve-
ments. Horse cars pass the door.
A. W. DIETER, E.A. GILBERT,
Owner. Manager
Jacksooville. Florida.

TREMONT HOUSE,


-AND----D

HEALTH RESORT OF AMERICA



NTo w Open. I

Elegant accommodations for 300 guests.
The hotel is one of the most thoroughly first-
class in the South. Thousands of dollars
have been spent in improvements since last
season. In addition to the finest Tropical
Scenery in Florida, there is in connection
with the hotel a magnificent orangegrove
free to guests.


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ONE LINE FACTS.
Rockl-dge is high and dry and perfectly healthy.
Scenery very Tropical and interesting. s
Climate endorsed by leading men of all states. ,
The Indian River is one of the handsomest in the world.
Fishing and hunting very fine.
Finest citrus fruits min tohe world.
Hotel Indian River is strictly modern.
Hotel conducted liberally and progressively.
Telegraph office in Hotel Indian Riyer. ,
Time from Jacksonville or St. Augustine to Rookledge about eight hours,,;


J. M.LEE & BRO.


A HORSE iWHO CAN TALK !
Everybody Nis heard of a horse laugh,"
but who thas ( -;r seen an the power of speech? Such Lu animal would
be pronounced a mniracle; but so wAd the
telegraph and the telephone a huridze rcam
ago. why, even very recently a cure' con-
sumption, which is universally acknudged
to bsBcrofula affecting the lungs, would have
been looked upon as miraculous, but now peo-
plo are Ixginning to realize that the disease
ls not incurable. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Disewery will curo it, if taken in time and
given t fair trial. Thi s world-renowned rem-
edly will not make new lungs, but it will re-
Sstore (iLscu-ised ones to a healthy state when
ot,-r ineans have failed. Thousands grate-
fully testify to this. It is the most potent
tonic, or strewn -th restorer, alterative or
blod-c:leauer a nid nutritive, or flcs wilder,
known to medical science. For Wcak Lungs,

Spitting of Blood, Bronchitis, Asthba, Ca-
turrh in tlhe Iead. and all LingeringToughs,
It is an unequaled remedy. In deraftements
of the stomach, liver and bowels, as Indigoes-
tion, or Dyspepsia, Biliousness, or, "Liver
Complaint,' Chronic DI ban and kindred
ailnents, it is a soverelp .remely.
joldein Mtl Dia-
UARAT cMoeryo'is the ymed-
5uU A H A Nl i T E E. sold
---_ ~ by fr-uggistfs under a
printed guarantee, from theo tnufact-
ulitrsl, t lh't it will benetht or curo licry case
of diseaub for which it is rocoli dod, or
money paid for it will be promptly funded.
Copyright, 1888, by WonRLD'R DIS. M D. A'ED A

SzOO OFFERED
-by the manufactur-
ers of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy, for ae
incurable case of Catarrh in thekreii.


Centrally Located,
CORNER PINE AND FORSYTH STREETS,
Jacksonville, Florida.
GeO. W. TAYLOR, r Gro. R. REYNOLDS,
,Proprtetor. Clerk.
Grand View Hotel.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
Debirably located on Forsyth. between
Bridge and Clay streets.
G.W.BSMITH, PROPRIETOR.
Redecorated this'season; northern cooks a
specialty. Bllllardspool, and ten-pin alley
in separate building. Guaranteed the beet
accommodation for the money In the state.
Rates 82 to $1 per day.


W4o-vyr O;pen. ,
DUVAL .'. HOTEL,
,MeJVER & BAKER, Managers,
JacksonvlUe, Fla.
Handsomely Papered Tbronghout and Thor.
oughty Refitted During the Past Hummer.
Oentrally Located. Liberally Conducted


T]he-:- Continental -:- Hotel
AnD RESTAURANT.,
JACKSONVILLE FLORIPA.
Eurovean Plan. Opposite F. R. & N. Depot,
Elegant furnished rooms. 60c, 75cand $1 per
day. Special rates by the week. 99 to 105 W,
Bay street W. RIOHARDBON,
Proprietor.


This popular hotel is now open. Open all
the year.


ST. JOHN'I I COUSE,
41 W. Forsyth Street.
MRS. E. HUDNALL, Owner & Proprietress.
Jacksonville, Fla.
Rates 2 to $3 per day. Special rates to
weekly and permanent guests.


THE TROPICAL.
Kissimmee, 0- Florida.
E. S. DOUGLASS, PROP'IF
Rates--$2.50 to$83.50 per day. Special rates
for week, month or season. To the sports-
man we can offer as good hunting or Ifnshing
as can be found in the State.


IERL-ve-bed-


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DADE CITY
DADE CITY, FL(
James A. Ielcher, *


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This Popular Hotel is open all the Year.


BROWN HOUSE
D. C. ADAMS, Proprietor,
Gainesville, Florida.
Ample Accommodations for 150 Guests."
Electric Bells-Cistern Water-Newly
Fitted--Convenient to Railroad-JNear
the Square.
bates 82 aixL3 S 4 rex* 3a:)y-.


St. Nicholas Hotel,
Galnesville, Florida.
Three Stories, Brick, Rooms Single or En
Suite, CENTRAL LOCATION,
Terms: $1 to $3 Per Day.
Special rates to Commercial Men, and to
Boarders by the Week or Month.
S. E. CAPERS & B. O. Clark, Proprietors.


Nv Just move into their largef Uw shop a at 188 anW 1 EM0 Ut By rtnet, where tkay No
prepared to do all kinds of o is
MBoi)-o-r sq.-T 0i M1ablorwreRnr 1-blx ^Wo^^sn
In the best manner and ast short notloe,
BOM NING FA AND MAOHINEMY OF ALL KINDS FURNISHED Ah tv TUR
Oompetent workmen sent to any part of the Brtate We keep on handd fall lint of B01|.6
Makersand Blackmtmlh$' uppPes.
Write for estimates and priom Offloe anad Shop
*8 A&1D 140 !'9sT VyIAV TRRET. .AOKiB0VWVTIJ LCr,A


IX months after date I shall present my
final account and vouchers to the County
Judge ot Duval county, and ask for an ap-
proval of the same, and for my finaldischarge
as administrator of the estate of Francis R.
Pond, deceased. WALTER M. POND.
PEERLESSr te BEST.

BHOrELS.

SOUTH FLORIDA

Pine Crest .
Now, Home-like; six w
Sanford adnd down bill tt5 .d
Orlando; limited to 75 gueW ir|
beautiful s eno ly drives at rl
lakes: nine of them witiothin l lQ.'i !Ie
piazzas. Nofancy prices. detJ
e given by prm cineut guests, '
For Illustraled circular, add'e.&j, .\^
DR. A. L. .N ':
Pine Crest Inf. ia, 06..;


Saratoga


$2.001Per Dayi$2.50
PALATKA, FLORIDA.
Centrally located near depots and steamer
wharves. A. S. WASHBURNE,BProp.

HOTEL PUNTA GORDA,
NOW OPEN.
HARRY B. WARDEN, Manager.
For Circulars, Terms, etc., address D. Hi'
SWAN, Proprietor, Punta Gordo, Fla.


D. G. AMBLER, JNO. N. C. STOOKTON, THOS.P. DENHAM,
President. Cashier. Assistant Cashier.



Nalilonal BankftheState 0offioria.
JACKSONVILjE, PFLOAIDA.
Jesignated United States Depositary and Financial
&gents of the Government.
Oe itp l .~............... ......loo$zo.000
B-T..3:-pllL S :a- : 'OfEits 3o OO COi,
Transact a General Banking Business.
Resident correspondents of ,
Union Banuk off ondon .............. Londov.
Baring Brothers......... ..........................]London,
Melville, EvaS &0- Co................... London.
issue ourown drafts on all the principal cities in Great Brital. Irtlaud, Holland., Bel
im, France, Switzerland, Italy, Spain. Portugal, and Germany.


SANFORD HOUSE
I.ading Popular Hotel of
Sanford, .. Florida.
Good bunting and fishing. Gas, andelectric
bells. Rates--83 to 84 per day. Special rates
by the weak. J. J. SMITEH, P oprietor.
C. W. P. SMITH, Clerk.


HOTEL BELLEYVUE
Bellevue, Marion County, F.a.
A choice family house located in .e most
charming and healthy part of Central Flor-
ida. on the F. 0. & P. R. R., ten miles from
Ocala. Table strictly Northern. Particular
attention given to those of the invalid class.
DR. H. KNIGHT, Proprietor-


Acme Apartment +Hotel.
Best Furnished Hotel in Jacksonville.
Centrally Located.
ROOMS, 5ec TO $1 PER DAY.
Good A dining-roomn in connection with
moderate prices.
BURTV & IOBINNON, Proprietors.


Foster,


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--THE--
BROCK -:- HOUSE,
ENTERPRISE, FLA, I
Open for the season of 188-L1890.
Most Popular hotel in South Florida. Rates
and information address
H. G. DUNNIN G, Manager.
W. H. BARRETT.


*wors lTip
-de uo ei a:I Pega MOIIOS impio Liuuooo





S VM 0'5MA.i"O'vr

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-THE---

Trunk-:-Factory
63 W. Bay.
A large stock and fine assortment of Trunks,
Valises, Umbrellas, rubber Goods. Orders
from all over the State promptly attended to.
Repairing a specialty. WALZER, Manager.


TheAbbey
St. George street, rear City Gates, St. Augus-
idne, Fla.
First-class in every respect. Rates 810 to
$14 i;er weei., MRS. A. ABBE.
Also of Pierce Villa, Cottage City, Mass.


WINDSORHOTEL
Winter Resort,
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
Will Open iiu
Summer Resort Fq ul nqxAi il'_o .swr.
Ve.rrMont .

PUTNAAl E E
Winter Resort, ielorida.
Will Open J
Refitted and Improv .w. ., oms
with Bath. Parlor S Steam
Heat, Gas, Etc. E.s 18,
gers.


IBM" peqsInqqsR


*m eqSTnsnlqw s3


WTT.T.TAIM BUCKLER,
Marble, Granite amd Sculpture Works,
Pine Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
take pleasure In announcing to the publH
ad my friends that they can rely upon goods
boughtof me In plain or ornamental mona-
ments, at the very lowest price. The reason
I am a practical workman. Give me a Ma
before ordering elsewhere.


"THE ORMOND."
At Ormond-on-the-Hallfax.
VOLUSIA COUNTY, SOUTH FLORIDA,.
In the orang,% district,,50' miles south ofSt
Augustine. The starting roint for Rockledge
and Lake Worth by Baest Coast Route.
Regular morning boat from Ormond. V per
day, half rates by week, December 16 to Jan-
uary 16., during the height of the fruit season


THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNI


UN,


HOTELS
ST. JAMES HOTEL.
-OPENED--
N, 0 1 00t4


Hotel Indian River

ROCKLEDGE, FLA.


J. R. CAAIPBELL.
Jacksonvilile, Fla.


The


Tropical Pleasure


HOTEL TOGNI,
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
J. B. TOGNI, Proprietor.


HOTEL


CORDOVA,


Money Returned by foc-w-
ingdruggists if Alexander's
Cholera Infanturn Cure,
Cholera Morbus Cure, or
Pile Ointment falls to oure:


"THE ST. GEORGE"
St. Augustine, Fla.
One of the i ost select family hotels in the
South. Most coitforLabi and homelike. Un-
excelled cuisine and service. Opposite the
Plaza and within a moment's walk of the
Ponce de Leon. 0. D. TY LER, Propi ietor.


A, P. Fries & Co., 19 E. Bay street. J
W. A. Dell, Bay and Laura str8 t
W. F. May, Bay and Julia street
E. A. Hall, Bay and Clay streetH '
George Hughes, Bay and Ocean sI ts.
Dr. Guy Hutchins, Main and Dts streets,
Wholesale by Robinson dt Ball D Co.,


30 DAYS' T-AT.!
.y~t^ R.IIORNNISKLEiC 0-3AGNET-
.^gf'f'^S'uas)1^^ BELT vvouAu8n 2 to 100 degrees
0RN'of Ecrcitv, poiely cure.
;, RI[EUB.LATIS, LIBB s ,tA, IV.
crc TK Et, KIDNEY avd xh titngchron-
l diacatse of both so as, young or
old,rich orpoor. Stop drugging,cure
yours 'ARANTEED the latest lihpr4d, cheapest,
9ci6 t. n ic t biU ,oworfifl,durable avd eflectl,-eME*ICALELEC-
1rC: BILT:ihthule WO411'. icctric Suspesori es ( wt Male
Belt. ei.tricity nst tl y Call and exam e, or Ben
SR.W .HOR .r


-)w PAIRHitM W9
Medical & Surgical Institute
151% N. Spruce St., Nashville, Tenh.
Treat and Cure all Chronic Dis-
S cases. Deformities and Surgical
a, ases. Sexual Diseases of Men,
Women and Children the results
o of Iaef ct Development. Evil
Habits or Ecesses. Opium and the Whiskey
Habit. etc. Sanitarium and Private LVing-in Hos-
qital in connection. Write for circular.


., --UN IVALED FOR---,
Irrigation, Town ater-Works, Etc., Etc.
S Fittings of All Descriptions.
ABENDROTH & 9OOT AJANUF'G CO.
28 4C1fl Street. New york.


TO WEAK MEN
offering from the effects of youthful errors, early
decay, wasting weakness, lost manhood, etc., I will
send a valuable treatise (sealed) containing full
particulars for home cure, F R of charge. A
splendid medical work ; should e ready every
man who is nervous and debilitated. Address,
Prof. F. C. FOWLER, Moodus, Conn.


A D.STEVEM-, J, MERRILL., A, M,Mau 4a"4,
Pro$ ant Mgrf.Raglnesra kO t t j 61gr.Blaokstmih V!v *wn r DOUorPsp>rytmea


Merrill-Stevens EngineeringI Cupil

NUMo-s880B8 TO
J.h 3 j.-.a Ni .eCTT.T .. Eg :BRO.s,
Mechanical .*.and .% Electrical *. Engineers.


Hotel Winthrop,
PALATKA, FLA.
Only brick hotel In the city. Appointments
first-class. F. C. KING, Proprietor.


Hotel,


Green Cove Fpri gs, Fl ,

ST. CLAIR HOTEL
Will Open Jan. 4, 190.
MARTYN & EDGERTON, Proprietors.'


The-:- Seminole,
THE PALACE HOTEL
OF SOUTH FLORIDA,
Winter Park, Orange Co., Fla.
OPENd JAN. 1, 1890.
Superbly located upon the highest ground
in Florida, ad midst the most beau tiful seen.
ery. ,Everything that human ingenuity aen
devise has been provided to make thisibean-
tiful house attracti-e aid homelike for old
and young. 120 miles south of Jacksonville.
All trains stop at Winter Park. iSend for
guide.
W. F. PAIGE, Proprietor.


A BOONTO M EN
Married B l, or bout to ii'rry, I-tal Power
fully and lastingly resloW'ed, Results o( evil praeti e0
quickly overcome. Old men made young, young men
young, by the great rench sI es
THE LECLANCHE RIE'TROD.
The Rel~ue Medlcated Bo|txle of Prof. .celon te
are soft, flexible, harmless, arnd gy to the y roo ot the
evl. $ and Sh per box. FulIdirections. Never sent
C.O.D. Competent Board ofCemsltln Phyiclns.
Sealed Treatise FRIE. Sworn testimony. We ee,
,ees where all else ha failed. 9 A. 3L to 6 P. M. daily.
.6ECLANCHE MED. BUREAU. 41 Un:on Sm. New York.


Marvin


TACKSONVILLE AND PALATKA.


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D, IBBE-S,





BANNED MEATS,
Carried In stock and sold at unfactuirers
prices, freight added, etc., etc.
OFlCoA-17 1-0 W Bay St., Up Stairs
JACKIONVILLE.


M. J. CONROY,
'Fine Wines, Llquors & Olgars,
79 W. BA ST., JAOGeoNVxzLS, FLA.
Blilllard-:-Parlors.:.on.:.Seconud.:.loor
STHI FINEST m THE SOUTH.
Special attention given to orders out-
side the city. I






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Ret we an just &a ready to give place if i
OURl, FLO A HOME CIRCLE to the cons as to the pros, when they come
---We would like to ask Mr. Hazard. In L S \ t J-
HELEN HAROu rsT'S WP..EMY TALK Passing, whether he has ever noted the dif. 5 lA
Lferenoe between the soil where this grass .X-, A
ON DOMESTIC TOPICS. as rwn for several years. and that where ^ /^> ^ ~ ^'Wrl ',
it hb been under the usual modea of cult- *Sti./t, ,- k ;
ure. If he has not, let him test it now. l 7 4
A Nfoble Work-Privte Board-Bermuda He will find that the former has a dark, rich "{ JT*4 11T^ ^ .S 2-- ^fr
-~^. ^ mu ^ u color, and smooth feel to the fingers, from *-t*l* /-L ^,& /i/N ^^'?^ ~
GrMas-A Wheel Hat-ri k-That MX- the presenos of the humus constantly con- fS '" .
ntlt-OajrBoya--Oay Letter Box--Our veyed into the soil by the decaying roots ^ ^
.atly ri-Dom-tl Reeits and tops of the gram. And he wil fad that
tmlly x~rrind--Domeetlo Bgeoelptf. the latter is lihht, Sandy and gritty, and
lacks humus. Now here is his "pro."
tinqulries an cordlally invited upon all Bermuda grams. --."--1^, /A
matter within the scope our Home carele. EUSTIs, FLL. .f- f
qoUUon. of aneral Insest wiIbe anMwered To the edltorof Our Home Circle. A
t our L otterBOX. Personal iqnqirie willbo Ihavehad Rrmuds crass in mygrnv-
easftilly answered bynalL when aeoom- Bermuda gasi my g h,. - > A
panlelby stamp (or reply. We Inlite an ex for eight years. It got there by accident.I I
n=u 0=a tneffl Wrl briefly and clarly. up; it makes it grow better. My trees look _|_l _ >
and on one alds of the piper onlj. All com- well. La mnanleylona relting to thas department alone. Trees hereabouta that have no Ber-
shouldbe addressedto the muds and halve been fertilized with blood ^ ^ f \\ ^
F14DA TI'M Ubo and bone have no better color. A farmer !
r M nthr Fjaof from up the country who has beengrowin-
corn and cotton, or any other bard crops, S
will almost take a fit at the mention of s/ J
A Noble Work., Bermuda. Your comments have caused ////s
people to come for miles to aee my prove in
Apropos of the fact that the Ohildren's grass. J. DR V. HzzA.AD.
Aid society of Now York Is about to send A Wbeel. Mtre. ^ ___ _^(a, f ^ -
ed.,ofew. ab t o^.^! i.t;d;;^ SWIF' SPECIC {S. S. S}
noacmayo ost edsrbtd This is a good Idea for artistically utillz. S W F S P CI I IS
among the readers of Our Home Oirole (the tng an old wheel. a spinning wheel, a dis-
Anrtt for tbis season) a brief outline of the carded cart or carriage, or even the wheel never b k t fi to a
splendid work of thin noble charity cannot of a harrow may be thus put to real service. Has never been known to fail, to make a permanent
fall to prove of interest. On the flat side nf the wheel, the rim,
e sscrew a number of brass clothes books, or, cure iln any case of Blood Poison wl*en it has been taken
Its aeope to broad, Its ids" liberal. How If you prefer, iron ones, painted. Pat them
broad and how liberal, few. if any, of our in so that they will ail turn upward when before any of the vital organs had become so impaired as
f~lorlda, friendsehave aniycorrect conception. hung on the wall. To hang the wheel use
strong cord or wire fastened to the svokes, t edracr mosbe
It needs a careful perusal of its annual re- and bang up as you would a Dicture. to render a cure impossible.
port to realize even faintly the immense Before this is done. however, the wheel
amunont of good that this benefcil society should be strayed, varnished or painted,
and a narrow strip of gold paint run around
is quietUy acoomplishing. The young lives it on the side that is exposed to view. The HER FACE ONE St SCAB.
saved from wreck and rain, the touls re- spokes may be decorated in the same way. littl ugt s heae
Wemrod from the bondage of sin. or with ribbors. Then, if you can affix to "An eruption broke omit on my little daughter ^*s head, am.- at one time her face
seTered frem the bonndage o te cen.erw or axle of' the wheel a pair of was covered vth one soltid scab, and portions of he' was similarly afflicted. I coam-
thecener r ale P he hee a airof menced giving her SWIFT 's SPECIFIC (s. s. s.), a, r taking a few bottles of it she
It Is a "Ohildren's Aid society," not m ere- antlers, or even a pair of polished cattle mt ln tl cured. F ro.m epe ri enc I c, thatr 1,a s 8 S a f e b es t b he
ly for boys or for girls, but for both sexes horns or the head of a large bird, you will p ernthet re. wrom my experieneI Lthat"S.."is thebcst blooTa
and of all age@. Nor to its work by any have an pretty and unique a hat-raok as any ........
msana oonfiwed to placing them In good onegneedwishfor Tae rak should be ". Treatlie on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free.
homes, where they may enjoy creature co0m- hung ow.
forts and wholesome momlt Bluencesl. Home.Hide Fire Bxtinuitshers,. (0Prightd by & S. 0.) SWIFT'S SPECIPM CO.. Atlanta. Ca.
The work of this society, say its thirty-
ixt annual report, that for 1888, "may be Fill up ordinary quart extract bottles ......... .
desribed a large combined e fIrt by the with a saturated solution of common sat,
fortannte cla- to train the ob ldreof the and place them where they will do the most
Poor to take earm of themselves" good in onae of need. They will be found .,. ... .*-
I the city -of New York the oityh nearly a aservloeable as the expensive hand- .'-si . ..
yt&alodo housm for ueie lm ohi- grenadea you buy. Should a fire break out
dren. There arn t merely shelters. The throw them with force suffiient to break a^W--^
Adsceyloscrflytthboiythem Into the center of the fire. The Salt 0 V
eonfoetan welfareofUsyoteodl will form a coatng on whatever object the D b l
B~t t aso lokibeyod We- .I water touches, and makes it nearly intern--'(

for eternity; an#, "2 the first stop in 4jut stn--tove\
this direction, leaves nostone luntunedin and KardWare. CC____ V^^ (^ \S ^ */fV ^ "
theeffort to taoh the ohfldeo to become That Manills. ) E \ -
good_ and true sad usfu In= ind women. When we called the attention of Oar 'J:
In these lodgaf bourn to which the EoeOmet hsbesn ntesaeo
childrenl come voluntarily, the boys ass In- oeCrlto bsininhehpef
dued to save up Sh' l-- pemlne a building material and substitute for pla6- ( '" / ) \
which before ttiey hiil w.-dred peitout ter, we "bullded better than we knew." go I
thought for the futar This inducement And those who avail themselves of it will AYAl
tis ar'ebltodwithhousa nd that theyV have done the same, prfo-
is a a i g e b ok c n e t d W t home t oa l and su bstan tialy. G1 T
where the chldrn receive a high rate of It i a material that ha stood the testof '"..
Inees for thedeposits. over twenty easa' use in all .... ofo the Boo
A nd how lg d and happy theme one- .80:6 Stte a nd Osuada, malr ir its way
tim, lttle D^.,S^hlbelobmi when they U.nited 8t~atee and Oainada, ma~kin its way Jp i0T-i~TEr ^ ^ ':f "-^ r^
.ti. Me pendth rif'gts .bme when they slowly but surely, by the mere force of C;K nir
"olas the penniesa rolnwhemseilves up intoxmerit. There are several other "manillas' I ^- M L.CDXJ''^^^^ A ^A /y~^
dolars.. W h..o..a...at.io.ns.of. f on the market, but (as we have received
tun wealth and greatness rho up in thoste Perstnal assurace from the leading archi-
busy lttle d rll s, as the tangible proofhow teo tural firms of New York) "Fay's Is the
the.Ant dollar "saire up" liesfb.efore .tem onyrlibemake."t(", -
intheiwr "boooa d it eaed nothots .who have employed it as a building ATI-AI-4TA, G
bnt-o, ot- htve a n yet fom a fotni- material outside and inside, report it as
dvotedf tin hea.s^r of -s'tartithe o,-^ me, thannlumber, and much cheaper,ae whilesum PROFESIONAL. ScVOOI AND COLLEGES.
... nbuins.,.. ..... ..h bysar quite as durable. I 1
mipldwith mattaeri for their trade. For w, ...... ............
oare. "wo movedur toarer ones more to the ATOE A NDSCOUNSEOR, SouYOi Conservatory z Music,
h- l ian boy who denlim toi be a boot. .lb et, because of the numerous inquiries
black s gvon all the requisite materials for hve come flattering down upon our Offloes-21 and 22 Southwest Corner Latura St., Opposite Fit. James Park
the work. now-leanr are ppled with t upo te points also, because Forsyth and Market, 0&8o033a.-V--L1.
shlovels and brooms. And so it is all along ftl!u.. we JAK.VLZ FLOIDA J,. DAVEPOR .--asis --- Mo.
grtfl ote roigwih, ,Loans, codnections, foreclosures. TronU inStru in pianoforte mus
t h l n. Th-e -- b-- -' -a w h o " c o m e t o h e s o c e t s t e a o n e a o v e r t h e l e a k y s h i n g l e s o f o u r T&E t t a m a a e ,t t e l a e S I h o s i g i g p i p e or g a h ro_ ,nd a llnot h er.. .
work and to Save and strained in the observ 8 bid defianc t.o. the beating remains gats. reooo or scrip obtaljaediu lieu branehps ,)f the musleal art. UL STAFF
.. ....wi 'aoretime made our life a watery t erect 1atr
anee of good, orderly and cleam~y habits. dWTd^; o - . . ,oz. ~~~~Da.;1P-Vuom~nttng
-Th'Fbavscoinfortable bedm auid"whol&- VN " "'Tlm.lWi, o 1 etrmF.:l-~ students oi the
some moats. But, so we have said. the so- 11 XKr- ,-- s trC.onservatory. Olrculars mailed. ddreao
ciety does not stop here. Theme ae night Ou B,., roys*. ArsnraaTu eeretarv
o w thos BO incline way At Be these words meet the eyes of our A ttrneys-at-Law. Rollins Collefe, Winter Park, Fla.
them nelve for higher work (hipples are 0aders the promised visits to Leesburg, Tho. F. Kino, A. H.King- School year thirty.three weeks, Winter
t bt bllhthow to make brlhea, baskets and Ool and W~ado win nave beenimade, and aealnavme, &. Jaoksonvil/e, Jift Term begins January 2,1890, spring Term
other thinfiB In their mah. The girls are the names of applicants for "Oar Boys" Room No. 1, P.O. Building. April 2. Twelve Professors and Teachers.
taght housework, oookto, lander dulywentered We trust that none of these Two faill Collegiate courses, Classlcal and
and ........ saw -ing, --em. g wil 4&1 to. be on han at ... apontd re. ANDR US & CARR ADICIR Scientific.
time -t-o receive -------defom th hands. of IDA K. ANDRUS, X.D. Preparatory Department fits for this
ili fittedufor it I 9l- .. ...... AHX~lR~II College or any other in the eoutry. Academic
Thetootyalsoconduotanmbeuofin- Mr. Trott, the agent, who will accompany CA.THAOX A. ARAD. N.D. Department, with English proneinent, in.
dultrial schools, where the children of the them. __2 LAURA STREE, eludes French and German. Sub-Preparatory
cement hAm se poor are trained like the r Our Lettier Box JACKSONVILhLE, F FLORiDA, Departmenit of the best Grammar School;
homeless ouhldren to habits of industry, 1) W B Lt . "- ....... department of Fine Arts opens January 2,
which stand them in good stead all their (. W. B., Live Oak, Fla., Writes.- Is MYOUNG, 189
-. h w T,< d who..., ., mamnlla roofing cheaper than shigles, and w e Write for Calender or any Information, to
veS? thereater. These poor childen, who will it stand thee sun?" Yes, to both qu.- ATTORNEY ANqD OOUNSBSLLOp Rev. E. P. Hooker. President.
she must have, gone untaught, American :Ic '-u:--- '" ""
and t nike, receive careful iustruo- rlast costs less to put. i l AT LAW, STATE O GzOIaA.
Uons t, -In R han-se4 ^ohet shingles by far; it wil stand sun. rain -- E.XECUTI-VE DEPARTMBNT, '>
and mahhine work, lace work. oarving, ?. snow^ Querie aM^ere by mal. OnriroM-ForfythStreet, twiin Nnmwa ATLA ,GA. GAovem~er 8,18S9.J
modelng,prantng,4 and ......i other Will send circular on reeipt and M~arket streets. ]?Y authority of an act of the Legislature en-
...na by .._o thy .a.be. .e.e.. Mrs. W. P., Mount T][abor.--We thinkb .... K ttlted "An Act to Incorporate the Buwanee
wun.. mo nc iituoiu M there will be no difloulty about it. Have !-T JtB, PHILIPSt Canal Company, and to grant certain powers
ntinth* mid*,.tel n alhis *iP^a~t and sent your letters on. Answered also by J-"-. aud privileges to the same, aud to authoiize
...'-1/10...................... ma. ""wruuuu Attorney -at-Law. the Governor to sel land convey to said Corn-

beatiulcaritythe hlldena Wds^i^ym~ H,~aip~a S, Jacksonille Flu (?"- t^_01 ......... _"1 pany'1 a^l~lofthe ands I th Okfenk
pot wtha jutifieabloe ride "af''nd?"^ DR.i GEO- .. MA H l bd-utb-tasitdune el
thiry-si ea. ae ,._,.ve ....m ,... ,m_,oure aoQrd, ftorwardeen frorwarded Jakonile PHYSoIA ANDt ,BwU naGEO onteswamp a fte iintyno bexprtongingtoxthe
aasllIl iuradofitafionlldn-earl v u~ti s auatrr, sorspl i gi x a removedi TtollIl In6 W.Duvalll sreajlnn State daysd for otherprpss d t heew. n
V^?""0^. 0! tVi aee.Opr os. Te~lephn No,. 215au.la.e.J,$ Nobdwl e rcienes tI o
er ethat noats pu~ o f iabl itsittn ca orks ite beT no datenor a ddrss T ifhilihepot um xeted, appro eve ad O~oner9 1hand Ient
thtmnaletome fth ehilo naly hkond-he arted F -pou, qingrob legbleout bv, .,, .--,,,,,,,,- .. .. mansporu,- and awom a ced where the supm iS to. e you adrs, ..t ha tar sf anle bhy lan belongicatgo tohe T Seatuer ofth
"When ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ a F, scniee hta0o 26.-.peead I.Orls mchange corne Foryt and^ B iareti Ge orgia, in hd dowining the biddero hae
...ao .a.M lrepl ^S ^is .....be fow' de wasrueed tou .H. tre- F.et swamp, d State, and hereby invite bid
' bordt tan outas beore or S.T. t ..se... ..o..s..o.aot hemide f Thir an orh lllo 101} the sprper. iib wrddt h i




....tayo t-es -lde -n --li :".... ofo, New or, ha beesntforarddtoy th iertuofi open thea~vii sa"_ bc me ncrrafter thie iexpirat iions atsit
1n~no o~aiwn ~ a aati a ranemt .... bein Ope Pricl r a ouse. Telephones o. 5 PRVoE tbe d wCil o be reciveof unloess I Is9 former
Ultoubr o haSL ri'tOabeintitu~ t obyno wail...... OHKrf an SErA D._S_ .... rehlerrsud than "twee aBwind oan-al Coents


, wl~u m uuMuu= ui. ..u uv~um Miss .aam ak a EAS9. p1oy, and, such cor aon, so soon as
the worst at tha ona O ..... znelrJ,0,m~ WhT&'0 'WkS H. B.. Panama Park, FF.-De
.......he end, -k7 m lug w-at "r d Spermatorrhea and Iinpotency, ft has complied wih galo'Act. shall receive a
air... .... ..,^, ...sed address sent you. Manilla, circular a h euto efauei otsxa xessI a
such operations as oursl save to the womm-- m.ia Inn...Hl as the resut wofll beabue in youth, sexaeesei in msv ti tie from i he Mtate of Georgia to all tue lands
Mrs/^ ^e. D.r A., PuntaGorda, Fla.: Your re.- %ewingeffects:Nervousness, Seminal Xmlions, (nightemi-. longing d to) s ^id Stateand shall have, bold
Ana crm.... .. ,,_ ... quest for manilla circular forrwarded to alonlsabydras, Pimpleamiaof Avark Deiontoivetofemoryl, Py andi CjOoy" aul Te rights, franchises.. privl-
The exprience of thirty ix years shows Piplse~to AfM2o toll Socet ofrare Females,. ^~ oaf'e8 ^^ 1
thft t.d.At.ln l.-^tf th.rhni n r t ....tue manufacturers. We feel assured it will Coe=o.of MIdea, Lms of Sexual rower, &c.,rendering eges and nunmunltes eranied to said Canal
tht exceedia gly few of re children in our prov more satisfactory than plaster.. .n..g. imopw M..py> ,*are thoroughly and perm- C opany by said Act.
Industrial schools ever fall into habits Of e][S psive or1ured and itisestlmated that the lands offered for
_A...ru..es, and among our Cheaper, no doubt, in putting it on, no E W from the system"ae w aontorethafour hunldrede
younger children sent to the West a very (f P-oit pIn ya t tialzn Bar uad othcr private diweuies quickly c (re Rt sod fifty thousand (460,000) acres.
small proportion is ever ohargeable again to..i, t-h" o"-* -, T -'' istself-evident that aphystaolnbwho pays special attention acoples or the Act of October 29, 1889, and
upon the oommuni. court" is the author of "Home Life in a.* oeria class of diss..es, and treatng thousands anD.. t fullinforinatian with reference to the subject
^ br,qer p uFlorida" yaboo" matter of this advertisenm et will be furnish
society during last year, ,71- u'" t o t as Them." PriCe of each, postpaid, visit the city for treatment, melicnes can be sent privately ed uponapplicatlontothisomce.
^1t^l f.25. They eo be otaed from H. and safely by mail or express anywhere. J J. B. GORDON, Governor.
cost for r oa r, lothing. .f........& Bro., Jacksonville, or from the pub- Cures GDaranteed in a Case ---"
e, etm.n, wase34,191.53; umthe a rage O t Hl.hers, Tohn P Morton & Co.. TLouisville, undertaken. STATE OF GEORGIA, )
10 the public accordingly, for each person,ons personally or bry letter free and Invtted. hLw r0mrv D1P.ABTMENT, ATLANTIA .
was $12.66. YetInan any fCharges reasonable an noorrespoadenoe strictly o nfldaTneaal. Orded-That the foregoing be entered
urm or poor-house tor a year undoubted y P. V., anM R. You q PRI.VATE COUNSELOR upon tbh minutes of the Executive Depart-
...,.... .. ,,answered by mail as requested. The usual
costs nearly 140. Of2 00pge, snt to any address, securely sealed, for thiry ment, aid copies sent to the following L ews-
Or liedape ...... of bt t._. few^ #. charge for picking, wrapping, packing, pa) cents. Should be read by an. Addre ae above, papers: Constitution of Atlanta, Telegraph
ite. nms The smuo^m"ore- of -x0eed vi pagWd delivering oranges to transpor- Offoe hours from $A. M. to9P. fM. fundays, 2to P. M. f cot, Morning News of Savannah, Times-
intemst more of exedn ation minest is about forty cents per box. -. U union o-7 Jacksonville, Fla., and World of
inerstt gt be t ns--- LESSONS GIVEN IN-- New YorA, with instructions lo publish the
we_propose to tell it. But even these will Our Family Friend. same onesa week for nine weeks.
Afoe to dtline theIbeautiful workof this Orawing and P li0 ti J. B. GORDON, Governor.
-noble modem charity, which is wholly sup- NAM.. FOX swaCov. OIL. By the Governor:
ported by the voluntary contributions of Both in the cases of adults and children, By Mrs. Sharpe, from the Kenslngton School JAMES T. NISBET.
those fortunate ones who are able to carry very great difficulty is often experienced in of Art, London, England. Portraits copied Secretary Executive Department.
out the promptings of a kindly heart in a administering doses of nauseous oils. Cas- or enlarged in oil, water color and crayons. C .. r ....... T Tur.K
,tubstantil form. tor and cod liver oils are certainly not nee. Country orders promptly executed. ill AR ES G.UIT.T, /-MIN9
tare to the taste; though they are not only 3s Bait Ashley Street. Cabinet Maker and
Private Board, highly useful, but at times almost indis--
We are pleased to note that ourrecent re. penabe medicines. For adults, either ^ *i?^^^ .T ^" ^T
marks on =h ujc fmdraebadh er ate, or porter almost completely masks HltE FIRM OF J. W. DOWLING & CO.B :
inrk the subject of moderate board in" te' ^Vf^ T isdissoled by mutalcosentTomasU %T O T n iJ
private families during our Florida winters, the taste of these oils. If a mouthful of Dowling assuming the debtsua.consentThom
are bearing fruit. Below is one response, either one of these beverages be taken first, JOHN W. DOWLTNG, OfflCo and Store Fixtures
and we have another in direct reply to our then the oil on top, a little more of the THOMAS DOWLINO. f
Philadelphia inquirer. drink and another mouthful to rinse the The business will be continued under the -A SPECIALTY.-
We should beglad to hear furtfir from mouth, the taste of the oil is very nearly name of Thos. DowlingW l4S West May Street.
such of our readers as are preparedo fur- unrecognizable; nor is there any disagreea- LakeCit, la. December SOth,19.," rL
.tish private board to our bortheru visitors hle after-taste. For children the following is Lake City, Fla., December 28th, 180. nleWFc Htazeltine,
and also from the latter who desire such very good: The essential oil of eucalyptus, P n l Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla.
accommodations. It will be a "labor of which can be purchased at any drug store,
love" for our hume circle to bring these two will effectually extinguish the odor and L 1X In K Owners tdagents of line of vesc els run.
"wants" together, to their mutual benefit, taste. Toan ordinary dose of cistor oil add Elixir / evk. ning Noah and East, and Jacksonville
"I saw in the Tnum-Umox of December two or three drops of the mask. To four Preventive agant Miasmatc Marine lway Company,
22~J re e r v ag a ns inaqmiry fore a es m o er t b oard I liv Olen saf ... p os tiv cur fo. .,F e er11 '
San inqiyformodeatebord e ounces of cod lver oil add a half teaspoon- Anddae In Lime, Ld laser, Calcine
In the country, on the branch of F. 0. & P. ful of the esentlal oil of eucalyptus, and Ague; contains no quinine. arsenic; abso- Plaste,. H r, Cement, Hay, 'Brick and lee.,
running to Cedar Keys. It is in'the pine DAMH PUDDING. lutely vegetable compound. At druggists, Laur Btreet Waart, Jackson
woods and my house is situated about one Pick over and wash one cupful of pearl 60 eent--
hundred yards from a depot and post-offie. tapioca, put it into the saucepan with a 0O ALL WHOM IT MAY C.ONCERN W 4 J"R-. C0 Q __X :
For upstairs rooms, without fire, my terms pint and a half of boiling water, cook one J. There will be a stockholaer's meeting Manuntetnirere' Arent.
are four dollars per week, provided more hour or until transparent, stir often, add oftheJ. M.P. Rway &N. Co.at the ofite of 7" --
, than one occupies a room. Sufltoimm," one saltspoonful of salt, one-half a cupful Messrs. Doagett & Buckman, its solicitors, on W PQ A T V n_3^ I
-- ..... + of sugar and one-half a tumbler of currant January7, A. D. IM at 10 o'c1lok aim., at W H OE.V JB.LiAl GROLCJUU iJ.R
Now here is one of the brothers coming to jelly, or any other jelly desired; stir until hu h m setugs canect woll besiness Antr ansactedon Mrereha bt.
answer our call for the pros and cons on the the jelly is all dissolved; pour into a dish, determined upon. S. S BURowRS, Flor tnrd Tobacco a Specialty,
"Bermuda" question. We are pleased to and keep on ioe; serve very cold with sugar Secretary. i lol, d lJ,
. note that his experience eoinoides with our and cream. JACKSONVILLE, FLA., November 15,1889... 44 MAST BAY STBEXI.


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TIMS-.UNION Addrow W KELY TI]ES.UNION. Jacksonville. rJa
B. F. DILLON, SOLON A.ADAMS, J. M. SOHUMA0IM.ER,
Pesldent. Secretary. Treasurer.

[L0H i'S GREAT mXPm085Ti0N
OfXfEice BiL-Sa; nc-r^o-p:Loa61 BC3h_:jps:Lt:Loxx,-
0sso J le ba, 5ee^t~ex1bex 23- 1889a)
TO THE .PEOPLE OF FLORIDA: I
WAt a recent meeting of the Board of Directors of the 2ub-Trouical Exposition, it w"_.
decided to offer Six Thousand Dollars* ($6,000) in priz( r the best County and -i&'*-,
divi ual exhibits for the season of 1889-90. Four Thou kf dollars is offered for x
-competition, and Two Thousand Dollars is to be conti-v r among individual froao-
growers and farmers. The Judges to award premium bffobeIte dfxo f- .,and UU5^
Ip aial men, who are not interested either in the manament of the Exp n 'or i.
the exhibits. '
Persons in charge el County displays must be frlly accredited by the County
Commissioners for their respective Counties; all entries for this competition must be sent
in to the Secretary of the Exposition on or before JANUART 9, specifying class that such
County will compete for, amount of space needed, names o* persons in charge, etc. ,
Three or more Counties (exclusive of Duval, which doos not compete) must enter
the contest in each class, in order that prizes may be awarded.
xexx -u3.TX3.a ,
For best continuous county display of | Best exhibit Florida honey............. V 0
the Citrus family, and other Trop. | Best exhibit Florida made confectionery 2g
ical and Semi-Tropical Fruits....... $1,000 Best exhibit Florida curiosities ........ 2a
For second beat...................... 500 Best bushel Florida grown pecan nuts 20
For best continuous County exhibit Best exhibit cassava root and its uses.. 10
(field, farm and garden products).. 1,000 Best exhibit Florida cocoanuts ........ 10
For second best ...................... 250 Best exhibit Florida grown coffee trees
For best continuous County exhibit, (fruited).............................: 10
most varied and diversified products Best exhibit Florida grown tea plants., 19
of the soil (fruit, grain, vegetables,! Best exhibit Florida grown nuts ........ 10
et .......................,.......... 1,000 Best exhibit kumquats ............. .... 10
For second best ................ ..... 260 Best exhibit Florida made soap........ 10
For the most artistically arranged dis- Best exhibit growing evergreens .......: 10
play by any County, originality of Best exhibit Florida wool .............. l
design and arrangement considered 160 Best bushel Florida corn ...............
I Best dozen stalks Florida sugar cane..
Iidlidldal 1Rxhibits. Best exhibit orange marmalade and ,
Individual exhibitors will be required to presert.v...._... ;*. .*****,**.... ....B .....
make their entries on or before JANUARY ...... 1xll .. ...amad "^" .....*
$, 1890, Bo that statable space cau be ar- ... ... .. xii Frdm epiks......
ranged and provided for them. Be ._ea ... .. lna .....***......
Individual exhibits will not be counted as iBest ousnet of Flornda grown sweet
part of any County display, in contests for ,,Pta~toes'-'-"". ":- ..; ........ .:-..
prizes, nor can any portion of a County ex- JDes" busnel of 'lorna grown Inah
hibit be used to compete for an Individual BP.a.s: -00" -'-- "- *,*.................*.
pr~ie *est' eXhIblt ,hassocKs ...........
No exhibit that has been awarded a prize ... .. xii Flrd rp ri........
as a whole can be separated so as to corn- Be .. ..d o or e............... _
p*et for minor prizes. ~est paolieai oox lemons ............
Following prizes will be awarded, pro- Best exh.b.t citro.s...................
vidhng there are two or more competitors Best dozen earsof cornu.. :...... ......
for each prize. Open to the State. est ten pounus arrowroot starch ......
"BJest ten pounds arrowroot ..............
Best continuous exhibit Citrus and Best haLf bushel rice (threshed) .......
other semi tropical fruits ............. $200 Best bushel oats ................. ......
Best exhibit bearing orange tree ........ 100 Best bushel peanuts ................ l.
Best exhibit bearintl lemon tree ........ 100 For the most artistically arranged" dis-
Best exhibit agricultural products (one play by any individual exhibitor.


farm) ............................".... 100 originality 6f esign and arrange.
Best exhibit garden vegetables ......... 100 ment considered ..................... 100
Best exhibit Florida sponges, shells Citrus rruit Plate Exhlbit.
and oorals- ........................... 100 ." ""
Best exhibit pine-apples in tubs,fruited 10 0 er best plate of Homosasea ............ a
Best exhibit Florida grown and cured For best plate of Maltese Blood........ 8
tobacco...... 100 For best plate of Jaffa................... S
Best display Florida syrup and sugar Forbestplate of Majorca ........... _.. I
(in glass jars)0................ 50 For best plate of Washington Navel... 8
Best exhibit Florida wines ...... 50 For best plate of Mediterranean Sweet. I
Best exhibit Florida strawberries (in For best plate of King .................. 8
tubs and fruited) ..................... 50 For best plate of Hart's Tardiff........ a
Best exhibit Florida woods........ 50 For best plate of Sweet Seville........
Best exhibit Florida made preserves For best plate of Magnum Bonum......
and marmalades ...................... 50 For best plate of Old Vina............. t
Best exhibit bale Florida grown hay.... 56 For best plate of Manderines ...........
Best exhibit Florida oysters cannedd For best plate of Tangerines...........
md Pickled) and Florida fish (pre- For best plate of Satsuma...............
served and frozen)......... .... ... 0 Fo best pate of Nonpariel.............
Beat exhibit Sisal hemp and other For best plate of Villa Franca lemons..
fibrous plaits (raw and manufactured) B.O For .est plate of ioily lemons.......
Best exhibit bearing oeoanut trees.... G o or best plate of Limes................. .
Best exhibit flowers (in pots and tubs). 50 For best plate of Grape Fruit .......... I
Best exhibit Florida cotton (long staple) 50 For best plate of Kumquats ............ I
Best exhibit Florida cotton(short staple 6so Ladles' Handiwork.
Best exhibit Florida growing tobacco Best, pecimen of painting on china.... a
(in pots or tubs, various seedL)....,. 60 Best specimen of water color painting.. 8
Beat exhibit lm,, cigars from Florida Best specimen ef embroidery on plush
g r o w n t o b a c c o .. 5 0 o r v e lv e t . . .
Best exhibit cut fRowers ............. 26 Best peoimex of embroidery on silk
Best exhibit articles manufactured or linen ..........................
from Florida woods, showing their Best specimen of patchwork....._...... 8
variety and usefulness ................ 25 Best specimen of knitting and erochet
Best exhibit bearing guava bushes ...... 26 work .................................
Best exhibit palmetto work ............ 25 Best specimen of handiwork by young
Best exhibit Florida palms (in tubs)... 25 lady under fifteen years ..............
All county and individual exhibits, when addressed to "Director-General Sub-Trop-
ical Exposition, Jacksonville, Fla.," will be transported free by all lines in this State.
Send to the Secretary for printed tags." All space free. Address all communications tog
SOLON A. ADAMS. Secretary.

John G. Christopher
Wbolesale: Dealer;, IB -
C" n A, v ^
Warehouses on O and Salesroom, 20 W. Bay St.,
River and IR Iailroad.1
Kieran lauoa.;Jacksonville, Florida.
BSPBOIA.LTIxS-J. P. Sqlures & Co..s Dry Salt Bellies; Baltimore Pearl, Hominy Miaill< Semi
ny and Meal; New York Rlenned Sugars and I rup St. Cloud (Florida) -uned Sugar s& ,
Molasses; Florida ayrup, Teas, Uoffees, ti. Flour, halt, Kerosene Oil.
Agent for the Baltimore and JackonvlUe.PacketLina, Meor Gray Irelan n. OoI BaI,
more gem + .Ageism.


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jk0vNWvTnui, FLA.
LOVA.L "RaKC&JiiS.
Aw jaaoemOAe ad ViMn tl' Light showers.

No man can honestly make millions in
few years.

Tim New Year took the old year by
the hand with a terrible grippee."

IT is risky to say that "winter has
come at last." Btfore the paragraph to
put in type, he may be gone again.

Joxm G. WawiTmrrn, in hi 88d year, ex
hibits in his .poems the mellow ripenes
rather thsn the imbecility of old age.

A PomBrrouBY tariff on such imports
as grippee" will not, we predict, be 'es
tablished by the present congress. Le
us wait and see.

No joVSSAI paid a more sympathetic
and at the "me time a more solid and
glowing tribute to Henry W. Grady tham
did the San Francisco Alta California

"Florida is going to have the moue
pros-" and the next day he was buried
close beside him whose monument bor
the Inscription, "Is this hot enough fo
you?" if

IT Is a difficult matter to larg
Sv S bonds-- 100,000 o fol
example. We wot of more than ere who
is struggling in the gall of bitterness and
denouncing the bonds of iniquity.

IF this republican congress arprehend
an attack of financial and industrial delir
ium tremens in the event of a sudde
tariff reduction, let it follow the prece
dent of the Italian parliament and "tape
off" on protection.

ASDBBW CAB~ront pays Grocer Cloy
land the noblest compliment when 1
says that whether rich or poor, high
low, nominated or not nominated,
high or low position, he has b~en alwal
the same level-headed, even-temper<
main.
IT is doubtful if the senate will confer
General Maney of Nashville, Harrison
minister to Paraguay. He was at fir
thought to have been one of the press
dent's most fortunate southern a
pointees;, one who did not have to mal
a bond.

Om esteemed Georgia contemporary
err In claiming leadership for their sta
in all respects. Within ten years Georgia
increase of population was 47 per con
Florida ranks all the southern states wi


58 per cent. Arkansas second, with
per cent.

Tmx announcement last week th
Senator Ingaols had been successful
attacked by influenza caused general si
prise. A case of influenza hitting h
hatchet face square in the front wou
split and ricochet off into infinitesimi
little sneezes.
$ V
THAT the orator "must feel deeply"
exemplified in the fact that Hen
Grady's father fell in battle fighting f
the Confederacy, and his body was ]
ceived into the arms of the faithful ala
whose loyalty the genius of the son h
immortalized.

IT does not follow that want of pe
sonal integrity is charged when it is sa
that no man can honestly acquire m
lions of property in this country in
very few years. Class legislation me
help one who is personally honest,
sudden fortune. -

DEMOORIATIu grammar: "The Unit
States are." Republican grammar: ",T
United States is." Here is a distinct
with a tremendous difference. The o
is confederation, the other is nation
*Washington Press.] The one is frat
nization, the other is d-nation.

Wz hope our democratic friends
Dixie will be able to get sufficiently hap
to-day without slaughtering large nu
bers of black citizens.-Washingt
Press.] Amen and amen! And may:t
:\ handful of Mongolians who have be
saved from the ball, the blade, the bli


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THE


and entertaining program. It is said on the
beat authority that this is one of the best
minstrel shows traveling. They will parade
today, presenting the finest body of gen-
tlemen ever seen in a minstrel company.
Seats are selling fast, and the indications
are all for a crowded house. Go and secure
your seats and avoid the tremendous rush
at the doors to-night.


A. Rumsey of Chicago is stopping at the
Placide.
C. H. Torach and wife of Baltimore are
at the Duval.
Frank Guildemir of New York, is regis-
tered at the Carleton.
J. G. Green, jr., of Boston, Mass., is
stopping at the Daval.
Marion Keen of Louisville, Ky., is among
the guests of the Duval.
Hon. T. B. Asten and wife of New York
are now at the St.,James.
Newcomb Cohen of Savannah is in the
city and a guest of the Duval.
William E. Hard of Syracuse, N. Y., is
among the guests of the Caxletoa.
J. L. Ba Esand family of Rome, Ga., have
taken a suite of rooms at the Plaoide.
Preparations are being made for a hop at
the St.'Johbs house to-morrow night.
Frank E. Smith and sister of New York
have a suite of rooms at the St. James. ,
Samuel Walker of Boston, Mass., is
pleasantly located at the Hotel Placide.
J. L. Frazer and wife of Starke, Fla., were
among the arrivals at the Duval yesterday.
M. L. Dalby of New York, a government
contractor, is in the bity, ad registered at
the Togni.'
Dr. Neil Mitchell is expected home today
after a visit of a few we ks in New York and
Connecticut.
C. F. Love and wife-of Chicago arrived in
the city yesterday, and have taken rooms
at the Carleton.
J. 14. Iowenetein of Canton and S. Lowen-
stein of Mansfield, 0., arb among the guests
of the Carleton.
William T. Wardwell and wife of New
York have returned from St. Augustine and
are again at the St. James.
Dr. J. L Parry of the United States ma-
rine hospital service has returned from a
trip to New Orleans, and is again located at
the Togni.
Col. D. R. Clendenin of the Second
United States cavalry, on his way from
South Florida to Fort Wall& Wall&, is stop-
ping at the Togni.
To-day being the first Monday in Jan-
uary is legal sales' day. The sale will be-
gin at 10 o'clock this morning at the usual
place, 'in front of the court-house.
Mrs. Julia Lau gdaon Barber has made her
second contribution of $5 to the Jackson-
ville S. P. C. A., a larger sum than any
other one person has donated to our local
organization.
General Cogswell and wife of Salem, Mass.,
L are at the St. James. General Cogswell is
r present member of congress from his dis.
trict and is now en route from Havana to
Washington.
New brick sidewalks are being put down
in front of the convent property on Pine
street, evidently for the benefit of toe large
crowds that will attend the great Sub-
I Tropical this winter.
I Memphis Avalanche: Col. H. M.
- Doak'd Christmas ghost story in
s in the Nashville American, didn't get the
- first prize, but it scared Carmack and the
other boys out of their wits. The proof-
e reader of the American took to the woods
e and has not yet been captured. .
A CHANCE FOR ALL YEF.
t To Receive a Souvenir Ticket Fre,
e With 1he Time8-Unlon. .
I One month ago the publishers of tb
TIMEs-UNIoN made this offer to the public
to give to each new subscriber to the daily
V TIMzs-UNiON sending $2.50-the regular
g price of su-crilPtlnfoi.-qd c r t.r q
1 per for that length of time and a ticket en
- titling the holder to admission to the opetr
s ing exercises of the Sub.Tropical expositio
e and to a share in the drawing of $10,000 i
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ers sending $1.50 for the same.
, This offer has been received with so muct
favor by the public, and increased the sub
scription lists of both papers so much be-
' yond the publishers' expectations that they
s have decided to extend the same offer unti
, the 9th instant. bo this rare opportunity
e remains open to you for a few days longer.
e that is, if your name is not already on the
e subscription lists -f the daily or weekly. I
n you are taking one now, that does not deba:
you from taking the other on these terms
aand, if you prefer, you can subscribe to:
some friend, in this or another state, anc
have the ticket sent to him or yourself.
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].half price with the weekly and for abso-
it lately nothing with the daily, also that an.:
d. ticket holder stands an equal chance witl
Q the rest of winning any one of the premi
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te It may prove good for $1,000 or $100, o
s it may only secure you admission ou open
._ ing day, out in any event you have the bes
news, family and agricultural paper pub
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d the Sub-Tropical goes to build up an insti
e tution which benefits the whole state in pro
[o portion to its financial resources.
if Lot every reader tell his neighbors of thi
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II inst. Meanwhile the TIMEs.UNION desire
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m lists. .
g COUNTY CRI[iAL CoUTT.


Ut Cases Disposed of by Judge Jones on
1e Natnrday Lost.
M In the criminal court en Saturday, Judg
ss Loton Jones presiding, the following case
le were disposed of:
as Charlie Biggs pleaded guilty to foe
rt charges of larceny, and-for one was sen
ic tenced to thirty days in jail, and for eaah <
id the other three was ordered to pay a fine (
a $25 and costs.
M Henry Green, assault and battery, wE
" tried and found not guilty.
tyu Thomas Bradley on Friday was foun
*, guilty of a charge of larceny, and on Sat
.d urday, a motion for a new trial was over
in ruled, and he was sentenced to four monti
at hard labor in the county jail.
A plea of guilty was entered by Margare
Cunningham to a charge of larceny, and a
r2 a reward she was given ,but ten days a
hard labor in the county jail.
Thomas McKire was tried for larceny
he and the' jury returned, a verdict of n(
he guilty.
rk J. 0. Marcy,-jr., was appointed to defend
James Oakley, charged with larceny, and i
it. the jury couldn't agree he was discharged
on
y, No Christmas and N ew Year's table shoul
us b e without a bottle of Angostura Bltters. It
he woild renowned aopetlzer of exquisite lavy(
oh Beware of coun~erfits. "
er For dyspepsia, indigestion, nervous pros
tration, physical enervation, lack of energy
us etc., try Topaz Cinchona Oordial,the gem o
3s. tonics. *
)5.
)e St. Augustine, Fla.
0. The Magnolia Hotel now ope4. ,
R). Recently built. All ,modern improve
ments. Centrally located. L' I
he W. W. PALME_,
on Proprietor.
lie *r L *
's The Leon at Tallahassee.
da Florida's Parlor Hotel. remodeled az
se with an addition of fifty rooms, now op(
n- for the sixth season, under the same man
a agement. Address, ,
g- M. L. OLmESBT.
M0rZEL ARRIVALS.
_ST. JAMES.,
- MrsWm Dillon and cbild Chicego. H
-Budd dLesburg, Jas D INilholaon HamilUt
ng Canada, Howard Fairbrot her ; J Horan F


Benton & Upson,
-Manufacturers' Ages ts for A ll Kinds-
M A C.HI N ER Y
--And Mill Supplies.-
Engines, Boilers, Saw Mills, Shingle Mills
Wood Working Machinery, Sligar, Rice,
Cotton and Canning Machinery,
State Agents for Boston Belting Company,
Dodge Wood Split Pulleys, Etc.
IrrlgallnX Machinery a Specialty.
Office and Warehouse, Machinery Wharves
Adjoining 8., F. & W. R'y Depot,
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA

PEERLESS BYES& 1mw


, MONDAY, JANUARY 6, 1890.


0


it flashed like au inspiration over every
ase of life in Georgia.
It touched the sick body of a desolate and
Paring agriculture with the impulse of a
otter method, and the farmer, catching
e glow of promise in his words, left off
ghing and went to singing in his fields,
atil at last the better day has come, and as
e sunshine melts into his harvests with
e tender rain, the heart of humanity is
ad in his hope and the glow on his fields
wins the smile of the Lord. Its brave
)int went with cheerful prophecy and en-
aging manliness into the ranks of toil until
e workman at his anvil felt the dignity of
bor pulse and the sombre routine of the
ours, and the curse of Adam softening in
e faith of silver sentences, became the
leasing and the comfort of his days. Into
e era of practical politics it dashed with
,e grace of an earlier chivalry, and in an
;e of pushing and unseemly scramble, it
oke the spirit of a loftier sentiment, while
round the glow of splendid narrative and
,e charm of entrancing plea there grew a
)odlier company of youth, linked to the
public's nobler legends and holding fast
hat generous loyalty which builds the
highest bulwark of the state.
First of all the instruments which fitted
is genius to expression was this radiant
en. Long after it had blazed his way to
minenoe and usefulness, he waked the
*wer of that surpassing oratory which has
uttered all the sentiment of his country
ad enriched the ripe vocabulary of the
vorld. Nothing in the history of human
)eecti will equal the stately toppings of
"s eloquence into glory. In a single night
e caught the heart of the country into its
,arm embrace, and leaped from a banquet
ivelry into national fame. It is. at rast,
he crowning evidence of his genius, that
i held to the end, unbroken, the high
ame so easily won, and sweeping from tri-
malph unto triumph, with not one leaf of
is laurels withered by time or staled by
iroumstance, died on yesterday-the fore-
nost orator of all the world.
It is marvelous, past all telling how he
aught the heart of The country in the fervid
low of his own! All the forces of our
statesmanship have not prevailed for union
ke the ringing speeches of this bright,
Lagnetic man. His eloquence was the oleo-
tic current over which the positive and
negative poles of American sentiment were
pushing to a warm embrace. It was the
ravsparent medium through which the
cleared eyes of sections were learning to
iee each other clearer, and to love each
other better. He was melting bitternes3 in
he warmth of his patriot sympathies, sec-
dons were being linked in the logic of his
,quid sentences, and when he died he was
literally loving a nation into peace.
Fit and dramatic climax to a glorious mis-
ion, that he should have lived to carry the
3outh's last and greatest message to the
enter of the nation's culture, and then,
with the gracious answer to his transoeu-
lent service looked in his loyal heart, come
rome to die among the people he had
ervedl Fitter still, that, as he walked in
Ioal triumph through the streets of his be-
eved city, he should have caught upon his
ingly head that wreath of southern roses-
icher jewels than Victoria wears-plucked
by the hands of Georgia women, borne by
he hands of Georgia men, and flaung about
dim with a loving tenderness that crowned
Kim for his burial-that, in the unspeakable
ragrances of Georgia's full and sweet ap-
,rovwl, he might "draw the drapery of his
ouah about him, and lie down to pleasant
dreams."
If I should seek tortouch the core of all
his greatness, I would lav my hand upon
his heart. I should speak of his human.
ty-his almost inspired sympathies, his
weet philanthropy and the noble heartful-
ness that ran'like a silver current through
his life. His heart was the furnace where
he fashioned all his glowing speech. Love
was the current that sent his golden sen-
enoes pulsing through the world, and in
he honest throb of human sympathies he
found the anchor that held him steadfast
to all things great and true. He was the
ncarnate triumph of a heartful man.
I thank God, as I stand above my buried
friend, that there is not one ignoble mem
ory in all the shining pathway of his fame I
In all the glorious gifts that Gaol Almighty
gave him, Uot-e was ever bbe to wi4ing
service in unworthy cause. Iae lived t(
make the world about him better. With all
his splendid might he helped to build a hap
pier, heartier and more wholesome senti-
ment among his kind. And in fondness
mixed with reverence, I believe that the
Christ of Calvary, who died for meu, has
found a welcome sweet for one who floshec
within his person the golden spirit of the
new commandment and spent his powers im
glorious living for his race.
Oh, brilliant and incomparable Grady
We lay for a season thy precious dust be
neath the soil that bore and cherished thee
but we fling back against all our brighten
ing skies the thoughtless speech that call
thee dead I God reigns and his parpos(
lives, and although these brave lips ar,
silent here, the seeds sown in this inoarnat
eloquence will sprinkle patriots through th
years to come, and perpetuate thy living ii
a race of nobler men !
But all our words are empty, and the:
mock the air. If we would speak the eulog:
that fills this day, let us build within th
city that he loved, a monument tall as hi
services, aud noble as the place he filled
Let every Georgian lend a hand, and asi
rises to confront in majesty his darkened
home, let the widow who weeps there b
told that every stone that makes it has bee:
sawn from the sound prosperity that h
builded, and that the light which play
upon its summit is, in afterglow, the sun
shine that he brought into the world.
And for the rest--silence. The sweeten
thing about his funeral was that no soun
broke the stillness save the reading of th
Scriptures, and the melody of music. N
fire that can be kindled upon the altar c
speech can relume the radiant spark th(
perished yesterday. No blaze born in a
our eulogy can burn beside the sunlight c
his useful, life. After all, there is nothin
grander than such living.
I have seen the light that gleamed froi
the headlight of some giant engine rushin


onward through the darkness, heedless.(
opposition, fearless of danger, and I though
it was grand. I have seen the light con
over the eastern hills in glory, driving tl
hazy darkness like mist before a sea-boe
gale, till leaf and tree and blade of gras
glittered in the myriad diamonds of tl
morning ray, and I thought it w(
grand. I have seen the ligl
that leaped at midnight athwai
the storm-swept sky, shivering over chaotic
clouds, mid howling winds, till cloud an
darkness and the shadow-haunted earth
flashed into mid-day splendor, and I kne
it was grand. But the grandest thing ne:
to the radiance that flows from the Almight
Throne is the light of a noble and beautify
life, wrapping itself in benediction roundn
the destinies of men, and finding its home i
the blessed bosom of the Everlasting God
II BAD ORDER.
Reports of Decay in Nearly All O0
anges Now Going Forward.
The supply of Florida oranges in tl
market is still short of the demand. Tl
sale of 7,000 boxes of Palermos in New Yor
yesterday helped the supply at that poir
This, together with the very poor condition
of the Florid 1 fruit offered there yesterday
resulted in lower prices than at the previot
sale. A small lot reached $3.25, bul ti
average was only $2. The fruit was muc
decayed. Indeed, there is a report of deco
at all points. The Palermos sold (p
standard box) at $1.37 to $187.
Generally speaking the market remain
unchanged; "Sharp demand for ail line
Extreme price, brights, $1.90@$3.fl
Average, bright $2 50. Extreme price
russets. $1.90@;$2,55. Average $28
Mandarins, per box $125 (average
Tangerines, per box, average, $2."
The efforts of the jorange-growers of tl
United States to obtain adequate protect
from foreign competition are arousing tl
importers. The last issue of Williamson
circular says: "The petitions from Florid
and California, asking congress to increa
the duty on oranges have caused our in
porters to put their heads together and
counter petition is likely to go to Washini
ton in a few days."
Field's filustrelsTo-Nighi.
SAIG. Field's operatic minstrels have a
rived'and will appear at the Park oper
hdus' to-night, rendering a very pleasir


Smith New York, Miss Grace Smith Platte-
burgh New York, Geo TKIng Villa City, Wm
Phelps New York, Miss Frances McLaughlin
Jacksonville, G W Pay Cincinnati, C K Dut-
ton and wife Live Oak Fla, John 1b Inglis
Madison Fia, Wm T Wardwell and wife New
York, Mr and Mrs Cogswell Salem Mass, J G
Christopher and wife Jacksonville, Henry
Mabie and wife New York, 0 C Johnson Co.
lumbus Ga, A P Fries city, Fred Pelham New
York, Thos B Asten and wife. Frank L An-
thony Andrew Patterson and wile New York.
Philip Sauaen and wifa New York. 409ss
DUVAL*
C H Torsch and wife Baltlncore, A St Clair
Abrams W B Tucker Tavares, Marion Keen
Loulsvll~e, L B Wombwell Fla, J G Green jr
Boston, C G Mercer Macon P 0 Mook New,
Orleans, Newcomb Cohen Savannah, Mrs B 0
Mitchael Miss Dannett Henry city, Mrs G
VanAkln New York, B R Price Savannah.
H P Crook Baltimore, J C S Timberlake C M
Jacobs Monticello, A S Proskey Silver Soring
J L Frazee and wife Stark Fla, Ostln P Rol-
lings city, I Balsinger Savannah, L L Hamil-
ton Boston, W D Grum Savannah, G S Har-
dee Rockledge Fla.
THN CARLETON.
J N Lowenstein Canton Ohio, S8L-wenstsin
Mansfield Ohio, C F Lora Mrs CPF Lore Chi-
cago III, Gastav Von Allwordlen B Schilling
Carl Bingell Jacksonville, E W Spangler York
Pa, Frank Guildemir New York city, Wm E
Hard Syracuse New York.


geon and the torch to dot the Pacific consideration as by the southern people, as
coast, spared monuments of God's, rather And he is the best educated negrj living, phe
than of man's mercy, escape the old-time and about the blackest. The Press de
New Year's run-a-muck at the hands of ought, o.ice in awhile, to put some OS its be
the highly-cultured northerners! Leave ignorant and silly slanders to the test. sig
enough for seed! We furnish it a very easy and convenient unt
means of doing so in this case. the
TEEIH BLIWI D LEADERSHIP. g g
The TiMIMs-UNIoN reiterates its original AN IMPORTANT GfATBERINff.) poi
proposition that primarily and neces- The TimsIB-UNioN has already published ga
the
sarily there is no -race problem;" that a call for a meeting of the Farmers' Al- lal
with outside intermeddling removed, lance of Florida to be held at Jackson- hoi
permitting the people of .he South (who vile on Tuesday, the 14th inst. This bl
understand their own internal and do- will be a very important occasion, and th
mestic affairs better than any outsiders we would urge every sub-alliance to be agt
can understand them,) to regulate the represented by at least one delegate. It wo
civil, social and political status of its is proposed to combine pleasure with ar
WE
population, the two races could get on business by having exercises on the sec- go
together with at least as few conflicts as ond day at the 8db-Tropical exposition. re
occur In the northern states among the January 15 is set down on the Expos.tion hi
foreign anarchists and the natives, or calendar as Alliance day, and the man-
azong the employers and the strikers, agers will spare no pains in behalf of their pe
No thoughtful, observant man will deny farmer guests, who surely deserve dis- ea
this proposition, tingnished honors at their hands. 0i
But within a very recent period it has The railroads have offered extremely an
becme evident that it is useless to hope low rates to delegates provided wilh w
for such surcease. The first trouble in proper credentials from the sub-alliances, hhiE
this section after the war came from out- each of which is expected to send at least he
riders. Even since Mr. Grady made his one representative, and more if possible. w
Last magnificent ,appeal to the North Altogether, this is a rare opportunity for tl
from Faneuil hall, Boston, Mr. C. M. having a grand re-union and a good time fa
Depew, one of the most conservative re- generally at a very moderate expense, un
publicans of the country, has declared Distinguished members of the state and koil
t that the conflict must go on. national alliances will be in attendance m
What, then, is to be done ? Congress and topics of grave importance will I
is getting ready to renew that class, or up for discussion. Each delegate C gl
race, legislation, which will as surely gather fresh knowledge and zeal af at
bring about an intolerable condition of turn with renewed strength for car l
aff&Iis as that the sun will rise to-mor- forward the noble purposes of the organ- ti
row. ization. r
In the interviews published yesterday, Among the noted men who are'ex- t_
Congressman Phelan of Memphis, Dr. pected to be present are Hon. i. L. b
n Candler of Emory college, Georgia; Ed- Polk, president of the national alli nee; 01
itor Beirne of Richmond and General 8. C.W. Macuneex-president andchap man tl
D. Lee of the Mississippi State Agricul- ti ch executive committee of th( nat- l
Y tural college, while admitting a serious ional alliance, and Ben Terrell, le turer li
evil, agree with no remedy that has been of the national alliance. And of course si
proposed, and yet suggest no remedy of all the leading alliance mren of Florida S
B their own. That seems to be rather blind will be present. I
B leadership. At this meeting the work of the St. d
The Liberlan colonization project is Louis convention is expected to b.s hh
one means of relief ; it need not be the fled. By this act our state allia fewilf fe
- sole means. President Candler says "if become a part of the grand alliance 1f al- h,
s the negroes were willing to go to Liberia liances that was effected at St. JLouis, k
they could not be 'hauled' off as fast as under the name of the National Fart-b
they are born." If the co-existence of era' alliance and Industrial union 6i Am- t
a the two r tees in the South be an evil, and erica. The constitution of the samewill h
1- if the negro race is so fruitful that the be submitted for ratification, new rituals fi
'It whole power of the government cannot given out, the new secret work exempli- op
"haul" off the infants as fast as they are fled, and many important meI.sures d
born, then is the question indeed more brought to the attention of the sl alli- h
c startling than it has ever been thought to ance. "h
d be, and Dr. Chandler it most culpable In a recent interview with Mr. wald i
n when he stops short of proposing a rem- Wilson he said to a representative f the S
I. edy. Mr Phelan also refers to the clo- TaMs-UION "One of the im|.rtant
nization theory as impossible, things to come up at the convention here w
at They seem to think that it is proposed will be the consolidation of the Alliance t
d to dump the whole 7,000,000 southern and Alliance Exchange, which arA now f
-e negroes and colored people into Africa at running under two sets of officers. Iwe .
)r once, whereas, If the deportation can be are going to take steps toward perfecting 1
effected in forty years, a great missioxi plans for the handling of the vegetable f
will have been accomplished. Would i4 crop, and, guided by the experience of 0
;e not be better to transport to Liberia 100, \lyt spring- su e ith rf
)r 000 or 150,000 of Dr. Candler's miracu suicess." BEs
o lously prolific young men and women a Next year a convention of the Nartional h
d year, that their offspring may first open Alliance is to be held at Jacksonvil4, and P
their eyes iu the land of their fathers,1 this will be a very important event., The }
than have them all continue to populate selection of Jacksonville as the place of C
IS the Souh at such an alarming rate? meeting on both occasions is eminently t
r- The younger, more ambitious and fitting. This is the business centre of n
m enterprising of the race will naturally de- our state alliance, and, with its Sub. 9
e- sire to go first. It is not proposed to Tropical exposition, the city affords a '
er force any of them to go. But when the combination of attractions not afforded
matter is fairly, practically and in good by any other city in the state. But in ;
will to both races, laid before the coun- the case of the national convention it I
Pe- try, hundreds of thousands will become should be planned to give the delegate a i
he eager to go. They will find in Liberia a grand free tour of the state. The Flor- '
or country with 500 miles of sea-border, ida Alliance has already acquired a
In and a depth of 300 miles. The national reputation tor zeal and effective
ys climate is like that of Flor- work.
ed Ida, the soil is fruitful.
The government is a republic. Presi- GRAVES ON GKADT.,> !
dent Johnson and his cabinet are full- The sp~eech as it was Spoken In At-
m blooded negroes, and most of the officers, -'-a.
a's like their chief justice, C. L. Parsons, The following note was eiv ath
rstl late of Charleston, S. C., were born in Tribune office yesterday:
li- the South. 'Cannot this great United Mr. Jo.n Temple Graves, Rome, Ga:
P" States government employ or fit up ships ,DE.E Sire Quite a number of ourl c'itizens
O J I. B u v i u u o ii o m iu u 1d espirep ^ m p co p ies of y ou r ad d ress d delivered at
ke enough to transport 100,000 or 150,000 the memorial exercises of Mr. Grady on
yearly of sucph as Barp. willing to go ? Who Thursday last, and as it was printed in the
yeary o suhasarewiling o gCo n stitution of Sunay intermixed with
may be ambitious, among good schools, other matter so as to mar its beauty and a
ies under genial skies, on splendid soil, and portion of it unintelligible, they hatve re-
'ti unrestrained by contact with the white rety pited n hemonin Tibne
o's race to undertake the great problem of Yours truly, J. BBANHAM,
nt., working out their own racial destiny and J.B 8.Ho^s,


-- proving to the world what they are capa- Gvo. R. WEwr.
65 ble of doing and becoming? If they In answer to the courteous request the
adaress, revised, is cheerfully given~below.C
have race pride, they wril surely accept Mr. Graves was introduced by Mayor Glenn
the opportunity with joy and gladness, and said:
THE ADDRESS,
kat Even if they were entirely unhindered I am one among the thousands who
lIy while inhabiting this continent in con- loved him, and I stand with the millions
lr- tact with the whites, the latter would re- who lament his death. _
I loved him in the promise of his glowing
Ms ceive credit for whatever advancement youth, when, across my boyish vision, he
ld the negroes might make. walked with winning grace, from easy ef-
ll The question is one of "firt- Impress- fort to success. I loved him in tae flash of
l The question is one of "first impress- splendid manhood when a nation hung upon,
ion," as lawyers say. It is little under- his words-and now, with the drs. o hi..
stood. It seems at present to be the one, man friendship smitten in my soul-I love
him best of all as hoe lies yonder unler De-
'is great absorbing question. If but one- member skies, with face as tiriqiyi and
iry half or one-third of the younger negroes with smile as sweet as patriot evyt: '"A...
Ia this sweet and solemn hour.'" the
lor should desire to go, it would relieve the rare and kindly adjectives that bf somed"
re- South of a pressure which Messrs. Phe- in the shining pathway of his 8, %, t
have come from every qaartO#'5P,.2*
6ve Ian, Lee, Candler and others admit ex- nest to lay themselves in omTirtb%- I
'as ists. If all the one-half or one-third )ill their master's feet; but rich is themasic
that they bringall the cadancesk-Ac-our.
not go to Liberia, the northern states are egy ,
open to as many as may prefer to locate -
"Sigh for the touch of a vapisheA I',l. pd,
sr- their new homes in that section. The And the sound of a voice that l~t.'.
%id very discussion of the question will dis- And here to day, in this hall.#th1f Alor-
ll- close light as we proceed. That the col- fled by the echoes of his eloquR s .if
to answer the impulse of .in fti.th
L a ored politicians of the country, and a rollcallof bis friends, and stroken with the
ay majority of the white republicans, oppose emptiness of words, I know that, when the
to any colonization or deportation was to finger of God touched his eyelids int sleep
there gathered a silence upon the oily lips
have been expected. They want to keep that could weave the sun bright 'tory of
their "voters" at home. But why should his days, or mete sufficient eulogy to the
incomparable richness of his life.
ted men like Phelan, Lee and Candler, while I agree with Patrick Collins thathe was
Phe admitting the existence of a great issue, the most brilliant son of this republic. If
ion be content to discourage every remedy the annals of these times are d with
truth, they will give him place as de phe-
>)ne that has been proposed, without suggest- nomenon of his period, the lirable
t.- ing one of their own? Crichton of the age ia which he I ?d. No
eloquence has equalled his sine( argent
ter- Prentiss faded from the earth. o- en has
TH better the education of a blackploughed such noble furrow in coun-
TKE better the education of a black try's fallow fields since the wrist !, Horace
man in Dixie the deeper the detestation Greely rested; no age of the rep.hlio has
in of him by the bouzbons.-Washington witnessed such marvelous conjun'tn of a
py ress] Tis, s asampe .slaner. Magical pen with the velvet oplendbr of.- a
>py Pres?,] This 18 a sample slander, If mellow tongue, and although the Warlike
im- the Press will call on: Rev. Dr. Biyden, rival, of these wondrous forces nener rose
within his life. it is writ of all big living
ton now at No. 450 Pennsylvania avenue, that the noble fires of his genius were
the Washington City, it will bear Dr. Blyden lighted in his boyhood from tbeipatriaL
gleam that died upon his father's ssW_ .*. '
een say that nowhere in the United States I have loved to follow, and f1a-
ud- was he treated with such kindness and low now the pathway of that &iii pe4*


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Foot of Ocean Street.
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Beach at Miller Line of St. John*
River Steamboats.
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Send for our Price Current.
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We carry a larger stock of Ladies'.,Gents',
Misses', Boys' and Childrens' Shoes, and
have them in greater variety of style than
can be found elsewhere.
S---IN PRICES-

We Defy Competition.
We buy direct from'the manufacturers and
for cash. therefore we get our
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We are satisfied wtth, a small profit, and,
sell at the lowest prices.
*! Special attention given to orders by
mall.

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Our hriasm oU s
Have arrived, and we respectfully ask
an examination and comparison
before purchasing elsewhere.


Another Comparison,
We would like you to make is thatt of our
Prescription Department with any in the
South. It is all that care, a thorough check
system and competency can make it. We
employ only, qualified druggists, which
specially entitles my store to the considera-
tion of phrsiclans and the public--as follows
W. B. Leake, manager, graduate in medi-
cine, with ten years practical experience in
the drug business. ,
W.H. Meek, manager prescription depart-i
meant; graduate Philadelphia College Pharm-
acy, recently in charge same department
Hazzard & Hazzard, Kew York.
J, R. Lockhart, assistant; licensed pharma-
cist, ten years practical experience.
Having recently added to my business a
department hereafter to be known am the
Florida Dental Depot
I solicit the p-tronage of the profession In'
Florida and iouth Georgia. Agent of the
well knownaS. S. White Manufactaring Co.
Do not buy stale boxed candies when you
can see sample and have put in handsome
Christmas boxes or baskets the well known
Wallace& Co's Prize Candies at

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8. tL HUBBARD, J. W. ARCHIBAC D, HENRBYS. ELY.
President and Treasurer. Vice-Presdent. Secy andAmst Trost
CAPITAL $150,000.,
The Southern Savings and Trust Company
OF JACKSONVILLE, FLA.;
Transacts a general banking business, buys and sells exchange, allows interest on time ant
savings deposits, gives special attention to collections. Authorized by charter to act as
trustee or financial agent for corporations or individuals, and is the legally authorized de-
ository for executors, guarsidisns, etc. Taxes paid for non-residentia. This department li In
hnh M n a ykt'n'Wrt 4 w 1 a m


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Are receiving daily from the West fresh supplies of their
Dry Salted Bellies, Smoked Bellies,
Short Ribs, Sugar-Cured Hams, Californias,
And Shoulders in Fancy Burlap.
THEIB WELL-KNOWN BRANDBOF
D AND CANNED MEATS.
Also their Choice Butterine, the;most
Popular Article in Florida.
D OIL. NEATSFOOT OIL.
AND THEIR TWO FAMOUS BRANDS OF
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And


Blood and Bone and Pulverized Bone.
Now so highly appreciated by growers throughout the entire Statej


Read Our Figures:
Boys' iron axle express wagons 90o to $1.50. | Girls' Tricycle at $7.50, $8.50 and $9.50.
Boys' wood axle express wagons 300 to 50c. Doll carriages, all sizes, from 50o upwards.
,Wire wheel Telooipedes for boys of 4 years, 1,000 chairs of all kinds and designs,
$2.50.
Wire wheel velocipedes for boys of 6 years, especially made for children's ChristmMas
$3. presents, 500 each.,
Wire wheel velocipedes for bosy of 8 years, Hobbyhorses $1 each, and upwards.
$3.25. Shooflys from 75o to $1.
Wire wheel velocipedes for boys of 10.to 12 Toy carts, 8x11 inches, 15o.
Wears, $4.
ire wheel velocipedbes for boys of 12 to 15 Toy carts,. larger size, 250.
years, $4.50. Wheelbarrows 350 and upwards.


We also Have a Larze Number of Articles Sattable for

Presents for Grown People,
Such as Ladies' Desks. Ladies' Stand Work Baskets, Fancy Rookers in
Plush and Leather, Music Racks, Easels, Book-oases, Statuettes,
Vases, Engravings and Oil Paintings, all
AT LARGELY REDUCED PRICES


show up well. I had frequently noticed NOTION TO TBAVELEBS
~ lB ifB |that male carts were backed up via
to the 'pits' where prospecting THE ST. AUGUSTINE ROUTSE.
operations were going on. The owners Commencing January 5, 1890, trains of
would fill up their team with the loose the J., St. A & H. R.railway will arrive
S Irooks thrown to the surface and scattered and depart as follows:
I. B O A Z all about. Then they would drive off lets- Leave Leave
rely and as unconcerned as if they were S. L & W. Depot, Jacksonville Ferry,
engagedtinawork that was an every day Jacksonville. FootNewnan St.
oourrenoe. At first I wondered if these
crude rooks bad any market valune-if they 8 15 a.m. 8 80 a. m.
T lifec f Ph phllcould be sold for a. But it didn't take 115 p. M.0Ip mm:.
me long to 'get on to' the businees. The 4 45 p.m. p. m. U
The If o nhi l Up rooks were carried home anda subsequently, Arrive. Arrive.
under the cover of the night, they 9 05 A. m. 8 50 a. m.
r Jwould be carted out into the wild 12 10 p i. 11 55 a. m. T
a llland or cultivated fields and there 6 10 pm. 6 00 p.m. T1
t f F o ida be distributed carefully over the surface, or Co m ni gJ uay1 ,19 .A LP -
elseIn pits dug especially for this purpose. CommenTing January 12, 1890. ALL PA-
Professor Shapard discovered the trick SNGF TAIN ilarrie atadodear
h-owever.Sh--arlydinethega tndI from the S. F. & W. Depot in Jacksonville. W
hoeeqieeryi h m don't think anybody was actually swindled and will not stop at present station at South
rtI. A man must have 'hie eye Jaksonvile Ferry Lending. A new station
IT NS B[ BI B o ot out.' however. when he goes down for South Jacksonville will be established
IT MEANS A BIG, BIG BOOM,. fena ^, onMainLiebleading to the new bridge on f
'All isnot gold that alitters'-nature planted thatdate. Ferry boats will make trips Aar
mobt of these rich phosphate deposite, but usual until further notice.
the 'Cracker' is trying hard to keep up G G.neralPaseerAent
with her. In some instances he may 'get General Passenger Agent.
there.''" n' .ALL oR. There is more experience, time and brain pl
Jacsmill IH t ALo HGa." th w work represented in the preparation of
Yesterday noon 8. I. Wailes passed Hood's 8arsaparitta than in any other meal-
through Jacksonville on his way to Ocala. cine. It is this which makes Hood's sarsa-
r i T He couldn't keep away any longer. He's still parilla peculiar in its curative power, and in
S p tick ng to the Indian war claims which he remarkable cares It effects. Give ita I
Llie ExUUit IITrdI Florida hopes to get from the present con. trial. fr,
gress, but there are fish to be caught along w
the banks of the Wekiva, and even on the F
dry lands of Marion, Citrus and Pasoo ^ ^ R*Bi
oontie. 0it
A Few Odoulations Baied Upon "I'sm not tearing my shirt about that salei
I made at $1.2 au are," said Mr. Wailes to
Undisputed Faots and Figures. a Tte-UNion man yesterday. "I'e sold
some for higher figures than that, and have A YAL 09 tb
Waste Lands Will Blossom more than 'evened up'.already. The phos- e
Sohate is there, fast enough, and I'm not Ve
As the Rose IDunn al' ftting about m1' lands a bit. I'm not a O
As the Rose--Duim=s' "ry,~s ''o~no a"B^ l
1. 1 seller yet by any means. I can hold onto aof,
Point Bar Must Be good thing as long as the nextman. when
once got hold of it. When you bear of my to
Deepened. selling any land down there, you may know t o
that the top notch has been reached and )e
----- that prices are going to drop. Good day"- ]
It the phosphate exoitement in Florida and ailes jumped on board the J. T. & K. r
was intense before, it went up to a white W. train bound for the land of promise.
htt yesterday. The article in the Tus- ALL FLORIDA lTIERESTED. it
hms ofyester day mrnn wsthirtar
Uox of yesterday morning was the flirt One thing made evident by their recent I si
broadside which haa been fired at the pub. operations in phosphate lauds is the fact tr
lo on this subject, and it proved highly In- that not only inthe Dunnellon region, but s
to tt to e body in thi ity.in various other portions of Florida, as
r to every body in this ity. It wa well there are thousands and thousands ofP W
the talk of the day at the hotels, on the aores of land which contain phosphate de- Absolutely Pure,
streets, at the railroad stations, round the posits of the lower grades-sometimes in l te e
S family hearth, and if there was a minister beds and pooketsa. but more requen oly purity, strength and wholesomenesse More
mixed with some sand and other varieties e economical than the ordinary kinds, and
of the Gopel in Jacksoanville yesterday soi. When these analyze below 40 per cent, cannot be sold in competition with tbe mul-
whose disoourm was sufficiently interesting it will not pay to "work" for export, but titadeof low test, short weight alum orphos-
to drive the phosphate thoughts from the they can be applied as a fertilizer in their hate powders. Sold only ia cans. ROYAL t]
nt of his masculine auditors, he d natural state, and undoubtedly at a price BAKING POWDER CO., 106 Wall St.. N.Y.* s
midr o hl aane udtor be de- b to the farmer of not over $8 a Time Tried and Fire Tested _.
serves to be canonized, ton, laid down in almost any town in the
A Timm-Untow representative dropped state lying on the line of a railroad or aooes. ESTABLISHED11870.
over to S Augustine yesterday afternoon, ble by water. In this way many millions
overotohet. ragustine yester atoon of aores of poor lands in this state, at pres- The Old Reliable
and on the train thither the conversation ent uncultivated, can be rendered fertile
wT ever of ph opiates, din the hotel and capable of producing every kind of n
coidoMro and bn the atteet corners stray crop. And this can be done at a very low ns rn
sors of oonveramtion revealed to the pas- coast, too. .
er-by that the fever had extended even to The result will be an immediate and con- Iur l ) l
the people of the Anolent Oity. stant demand for low-priced lands for farm-
The inails brought many letters of In- ing purposes-lands which are unsalable to
quiry, and severawm .The uninhabited areas will then Fire, Life, Accident aud Tornado Pollcie .
variousI seootions of the state indicated up with settlers very rapidly, the market. J. H. NORTON,
plainly enough that the TmUs-.U oN had able products of the state will be doubled
got in its work all over Florida. and Quadrupled, and Florida will teem with No. 1 West Bay Street,
The phosphate fever has struck the peo- people, with prosperity and with wealth. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
pie assure enough, and it is rapidly assuming Again the vast amount of money which
an epidemic form; but it's the kind of a fe- annually goes out of the state in payment H r
Ver that does Florida good-it brings peo- for fertilizers will be kept at home-it will
ple within her borders by thousands and circulate here, and add to the general pros.
tens of thousands, instead of driving her perity. -
own people away. The working of these phosphate beds will 11o
A oo aorto0. necessitate the employment of thousands of
It p---that the statement atbuted wmen at -good wdages.fFertilizer factories
It apter that the statement attributed btaed teSp a ~ *
to Mr.e r.wlth serehoe to the pgr- ;nw railroads will haveto bebuilt, and BLOOD and BONE,
Chase os tor. frOti lm, representing so he th'rolling stock of all of them be increased;
mirseetonferta.el deierse was s.gn.y- more railroad hands will be employed- and
enidig-t leat, so Mr. Ambler himmel I fact every branch of business will feel Pure Fine Ground Bone,
aye in the following card: the effect of this new industry.
JACMsVoVm, FX., Jan. 5, 189, A well-known real estate man said last Animal Bone and Pota h,
To the Editor of the Trxas-UoNlI \ night: "This phosphate discovery will 1oo Bone and Potash,
TA the 4 reot of alIterview with me, aiva e an increased value to every square.foot g o" ; ba -es
t.. subjeof phosphates, thTaxmn- V- land n Fboiida and to every pieoe-ofoacco Stems,ft
of to-day represents me as making st% property within her borders. Why.. evenil-
ment asto ir.Ohihol'sprobseI ch the barren lands west of Jacksonville be- C n d Ws e
.... atMr ..............a......r. Canada H. W Ashes,
refteo'onhie business capacity as buying tee ee n alwn re orh more* *
recklessly "a thing with a suspicion of to-day than they were a month ago. If I e.
-hohsteiT ,1" The reporter misuni r- owned a thousand acres in western Duval -POTASH,- B
stood me. I have no reason to suppose that county I would advance the price on it at rf
Mr. Chisholm buys at all rsklW ly or with- least 20 per cent-and I wouldn't be at all Cotton-seed Meal
out the most rigd examination and exercise anxious to sell, either."oM
of- good bust"inl'ess udmn' t.ionTh;ere are ....ca _1ful.estimate of the European con-
o e sligminaI urais to corret suiption of Americant phosphateso places Vegetable and Potato Grower, Eto.
w hh would takto much space at pr the ag re ate at about 1,000000,tons ann-
ent.allyak ms pe. ,,ythehighgradesarexported.-
D. G. A&MLIR The richness of these Florida deposits
must of necessity maketis state the Geo. E. W ilson,
Mr. John L. Inglis of Madison, one of central depot for export phosphates; the bATR- -
the "phosphate kings," arrived in the city South Carolina beds can supply the Amer- AGENT,
yesterday and was en at the St_ James last an market with the lower grades. The w. Bay Street, Jacksonville. Fla. s
night by a TIMES UNIOS man. Hte eard- prices at present paid for the high grade c
."Your report oft tbe phosphate operations export phosphates would yield the owner c
in and about the Dunnellon region was m of the Florida beds fully $12 per ton at the
the main correct. I noticed one error- quarries. Experience in every branch of
evidently a typographical one--in relation trade demonstrates that an increase of pro- Indiap Bummer
to the number of shares in the Dunnellon auction invariably reduces the price; but the
company. It was said to be 1,250,000, where- reduced price increases the consumption- All the year on the
as, it iS only 12 500. The amount of not in the same ratio, however; the con- Indianl ver. The
capital stook is $1.250,000, the par value of sumptlon frequently increases four fold s
would mislead no one. for only a slight cal" pose the crice of high grade phosphates to J T ,f
dblation would be necessary to show the drop from $12 to $6 per ton at the mnin
caparital of $1,0000 sn compnyher espwits consequence of the increased Florida pro- j_ B ||
capital of $1a5,000,000. In other respects duotion; in a very short *time the exports
the artieletells thestory aboutas it is. You would amount to probably four million I | V I
cannot, however, overestimate the immense from this state, the value of which would | g 1 I
value to Florida embraced in these phos. be $2,000,000 annually. This would come
pate discoveries. I hope you will present into this state, and cumulate here. ^.ete o fes{
this more fully in your columns. There is Pystoemofers a ;L
nothn shbam about tis discovery. Itisa o tOBEIGN Op dEBOB. p O
geuie fid,' ad it means more to the Now this immense product will seek an For^ th es oe
people of this state than any man can at outlet to Europe through the nearest deep LessntBan B xteeanor n/." ,
S present calculate." water port. It cannot go to Savannah or More than fifty lines '" ".,W
A little later the TMES.UNIoN received Charleston, because the rail frei ht would On the saubjet: ?".
the following telegram: be too heavy. It must therefore go by the "The Indian River" :l.;.[-':
O0n., FP ., January 5, 1890. St. John's river--and Jacksonville is the Or*Lake Worth ** .
To the T x OA U Fxox, Jacksonvule: 5t from which it will be shipped. At The ontest cloes
To th TIMT UNIN, Jaksonvlle:first a few cargoes might go through Fer- Mrhl 8u o
The alleged statements of D, G. Ambler, nannabut erai aul thither would be Part l s address
eeq, as to the phosphate beds at Dunnellon, too long, for Fernandina is twenty-nine Gene-ral Passenger Agent
Bu01ished in to-day'sTIEs_-UNoN, do not miles farther from Dunnellon than J.. T. & K. W. -ystem,


give the facts as to the discovery of the Jacksonville is. The distance from Jacksinville, F,a.
phosphate, or the subsequent operations this city to the centre of the
therein. J )oH-NF. DvTO. phosphate fields is about 110 miles. Jack-
It so happened that Mr. U. K. Dutton, sonville is therefore ths nearest deep water
formerly of Suwannee county, was also a port, and from here steamships and sailing
guest of the St. James last night. He said vessels will take the crude phosphate direct
that the article in yesterday's Tmas.U-UNo to Glasgow, Liverpool and London.
"tells the story about as it is." "iThis," Palatka is out of the question. She is
he continued, "is the first publication nearer the mines, but deep-draught vessels
which has attempted to present the sub- cannot go to her wharves.
jeot comprehensively. It is in the main There are at present eighteen feet of
correct. I have not spent very much time water on the St. Johns bar. By deepening
in Ocals and thereabouts myself, but the channel at Dunn's point only a little
I am of course conversant with the more, any ship, steam or sail, which can
operations there, and know about what has enter Charleston harbor, can easily
been and is going on there. This discovery lie at the piars in this city. wVer o Buy Cioiting. "
is a big thing for Florida. Lots of money It is understood that Captain Black's here o Buy Clotling.
will be made out of it, and Ipresume some field of operations, as soon as the next A long felt want is supplied in the eitab
men willbe losers. They will buy land appropriation becomesavailable, will be at lisbment of a first-classe cothlug naspar '
recklessly, and the area is so great and the Dunn's point. The propellers of the Clyde where heads of samilles can purchase cloth
deposits so varying in value that some of ships have already deepened the channel ing for the b ) s from three toseventeen.years
the tracts will be sold at prices far above there some three or four feet. The work to f .yoh 1t ber godse Florlda. ssm facth no
their worth. But the phosphate is there, be done is not expensive, nor will it require other house can compete with me, as I have
and those who buy actual phosphate lands a very long time. The importance of this my goods made to order, and. therefore, are
are sure to make money. The thing is only matter should be called to the attention of not theordinary ready-made clothing umally
in its infancy. The near future will show the board of trade at once. By shipping sold in ready-made clothing establishments.,
what we may look for. I believe that when the phosphate from this port a saving of YcV. can buy from me a good suit' for the
the quarries come tobe worked they will in from 15 to 25 cents per ton can be made on price you have amd or ad very commonone
mostcue panoutbik.1 'and have It fitted on, and If necessary have It-,
most cases pan out big." the rail haul, and the river must be deep- altered flree of charge, and hveevery timeIA
Si STAmDING aTHX OFF. ended at once to be ready for the business, fit guaranteed. lu addition to my boy's
The effOrts of those who "got in on the Before the foreign market feels the effect clothing I will carry the largest line of ready-
t to ke hoshe r aof the increased phosphate production, the made men's pants and overcoats In Florida,
bottom, r tokleedat spospate iso amoerys a in output will probably remain at 1000,000 where every man, large or small, cau be
seoret, or at least uiet, are very amusing in na or a er month tedand at prices to suit all. My stock is
some instances. tissaid that the Noew tomnseannu a mly aout9 erm now complete in every department. Thank-
York World sent a representative down On this basis the daily export from Jack- Ing my numerous patrons of the merchant's
there to investigate the matter, but thbe sonville would average 3,000 tens. This tailoring department In the past, I further
kings ordered teholes (or the "its, as me ans the constant presence in this port of solicit their patronage In my new addition to
the called allc losups and almost in from tentotwenty foreign vessels receiv- my already largeestablished business,
tat sh night tis work was accomplished, ng cargoes; it means the building of bTR T LE
andi evdebn oexensiveprospecting wharves, warehouses, and factories; it 1 UjWP LLE
was thus desTIrpyed. The newspaper man. means the employment of a all army No. 51 W. Bay, Jacksonville.
it is said' was told that the whole thing was of stevedores and longshoremen; o eit I O P O
amyth, that there was. nothing in it-and meansmorertugs more freight cars, more f l
these shrewd operators actually succeeded coal imports, and a vast increase in every r r1 r
insadn h oldmnof tay branch of business. This will swell our OE S
S rate, he went home minus any information. PNuaint 0,0 n eyfwyas
Young lady representative of the Boa- and as the exports increase by reason of the
Stofn Post i now at. ala. and it t apredicted reduced prie of the phosphate all this -ON THE-
ordthat she willmeet wi th better luck than the businessalcoi with then Toulatin will bend.ooead neru dn h
.orlere is almost no limit to thewealth and Ins llm ent -Pl an I
"SALTING" THE LAND. prosperity of Jacksonville if only her oiti-
One phosphate proioeotor recently from zeUS strike while the iron is hot and secure rHE SPRINGFIELD COMPANY OFFER
; ' Oolasaid to a TIMS-UN'ON man last night: the handling of this immense prosphatel-tosenlatsanderecthousestherenutosui
"The excitement down there is intense, business purchasers. to be pad 1or-In installments.
~They have the most desirable lots inaI he City
The whole country for many miles around Look out for the next installment! for resiaences# and at Prices within reach of
is at a fever heat. and I assure you tbe native all. There Is no doubt bat these lots will
Florida "cracker" fully equals the Califor- Every country merchant should buy a double in value within three y ears Call at
nian of the early 150's in making his land box' of OLD RIP. ofie of the company, 20 Main street.


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'THE LOMIDA TIMES-UNIO


N, MONDAY, JANUARY 6, 1890.


Florida.
GaO TO



leland and Lake Helen

he Most Delightful Places in the
South.
HY GO TO DzLAND AND LAKE
HELEN?
We reply, because they are not only two
the most delightful places in Florida, but
e universally conceded to be among
The Healthiest
aces in the Union.
Impressions of DeLand.
My impressions of DeLand on viewing it
om the balcony of the Parceland Hotel,
as that it was one of the prettiest cities in
lorida. My conviction as I viewed it from
Me balcony on the third story of the Univer-
ty building.was that it was without excep-
on
The Prettiest
SFlorida. Most Florida cities con-
ey the impression under a bird's
ye view, that, like Topsy, "the just
rowed." DeLand shows every indication
Si having been carefully planned, and de-
sloped in aocordanoe with a preconceived
a It is a 0ity of ample spaces, with
ak-like stretches of the original pine
rest and a vt area of orange grove within
he city limits. Paroeland Hotel has an
range grove on one side and an acre of
fty, heaven-kissing pines on the other. So
is with private residences. Most of them
re either in the midst of orange groves, or
tuated on one side of the lot, with orange
ees filling the remainder. From any com-
manding point the city looks like a vast
ange plantation with a clustering town in
e center, and houses dotted here and there
mid the verduous follage.-0. H. Jones in
tter February, 1888, in Times-Union.
Lake Helen, Florida.
The uncommon beauty of the place caught
ie eye of wealthy visitors and immediately
cottages began to spring up on the shores
f Lake Helen. Queen Ann cottages, de-
gned by Mace, the Ohio architect, and
amy, verandahed dwellings vie with bach
ther in beauty. These are painted in
elicate and pretty shades-grays, drabs,
reams, etc.-with gables, towers, balconies
Md other features in keeping with their
iyles. In fact everything about Lake
[elen is ornamental. Even the shops and
tables are pretty enough to live in.
Hotels, of DeLand & Lake Helen, Fla.
DeLand has four and Lake Helen has two
ood home-like hotels, with tables good
ough for the most fastidious taste, and at
oes that will strike every one as very
oasnable, besides a score or more of well-
opt boardingb-houses. The hotel at Lake
len, which Mr. DeLand has named the
lan House. (or Piney Woods Hotel of
orida,) is, as a whole, elegant and com-
ete, with absolutely everything in a style
at must suit the most fastidious.
.ney Woods Hotel of Florida,


arlan -:- Hotel.
Enlarged and improved. Capacity doubled
efaI3, and aain i u 1887. Elegant Vew
furniture, electric bells, etco., tennis, oroq et,
illiards, boating, bowling alley, etc. Table
applied with the best of everything. Fresh
vegetables and berries from hotel garden
very day. Milk in abundance. Lake
lelen, Fla., is on the Atlantic rnd Western
railroad, eight miles from Blue Springs
Landing on the St. Johns river.
THE HARLAN HOTEL,
Lake Helen, Fla.
s located in a pine grove overlooking a
beautiful lake,t It has accommodations for
over one hundred guests. It is new and
modern. Conveniently arranged, and its
surroundings are in the highest degree
cheerful and pleasant. The climate here is
celebrated for its evenness and

Healthfulness.'
The HABLAN was opened for its sixth
weaon on november 20th, 1889. Terms, $2
o $2.60 per day. K. A. WTATT, Manager.
,,.A. DELAND. Proprietor.
' 6|ranville.

l- ,: LOCATED IN-
F :.:hBden Spot of Florida,
,! l'igh lRolling Pine Lands on
*,I 7V"[', .~";' the Banks of

eUtiful Lake Helen.
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(7 LO PER WEEK.
Aqd Ote ish the best la the state.


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LabeK, ele, Florida.



DeLanmd and Lake Helen. FtLO TTIA
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Owna Home In one of them. You can pur-
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aie or size. Tracts, BWocks and Lots of land
near and in DeLand and Lake Helen on
ters ato sut you For lull partleulars ad-
dregi H. A. DELAND, DeLand. Fla.


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raif *a Ve e~l~e-H~raimow D*VIHBI GROIcKRIMLH RTC. 125; patentted. l40;6lotbeB lnes, juts, 6- ft, I150 English balsa. B. calf, m. s. 6-11 ...... 1101265^'T-'- -,-.^-:^-'
W in" bow lfsnestof4,76c;Flour palleBnestor8,96c; Button .' 6-11 ...... 116@175 --- r -- : .
LIVERPOOl,. January 4--Wheat qniet, de- Dusters, feather, 60per cent d lscount;turkey Congress 6-11 .... 110@172 ' '_ "j -- _*_
mand fallen off; holders offer moderately; Cal- 60 per cent discount, 6 to 24 Inches; cotton Engllsh"Wauk, bals. veal, 6-11 ...... 200@250 -* ffi= 1" :-,.!
rIN &fNlCl L. Ifornia No. 1 7s 4% d. Corn steady, demand twine, bbl, 15y6 18 per pd; W icks, 25 per cent Boots,, toga pg'd, 6-11.................... 18 00@21 2 000T U H -fa..#. .f_'. /. ~ -
NEW YORN. January 4--b toxka active and poor. of40lit. 4 i fM. a 611................ 2900
strong.=MoneyWeasy tSeper cent. Ex- BALITMORE January 4--Flour dull- How- Condensed Milk. Bala. Veal stand. 1.5 11.00125
hOa lge- -Long It aSitaSer, 64 1. ove rn- ard street and W ester. superfine SU.275, Crown ...... Bala. veal sta na ................ 55 ...... ... 1.1.. I
w ncy- a^*9000. ovwn aenli dal; er cm duu ~ miM ~ oc~y uowiuwdoo wcbwru M rket.....:6 7 M n'6 Buttgoann veas..............625......... ....3"
n dull but ste ady S tate bonds dull but xt a $2 900 60, fam ily $3 49e I 0, city m ills D aisy, 16 oz., per Casea4 dozf ..;.. ....5 75 Burn .a lsta d.1IL-5 ..
BW Steady. ta t od u u Rio brands extra $1 25@ 5U. Wheat -4ou th- en N g 03d c ase 6 0 Button veal stand. 11-13 ................. 85c@120
m .e rn slo w ; fu lts 72 @ 8 2o Io n g brry 7K b8( ,N o D im e B ra n d ............... ...... .................. 1 60 B a la b as e b a ll m .s 6- 1 =l.1 .. .65
NEW IfOrS Tar^ 4e firm^ atW ^ Vooaek lot-Men's Short oubb7er oots .o.e.aa.a..a.. 250
74cWwestearntng i s eady: N o. w in t ear red spot G rain ,M a y F lou r,:F eed E tc.,...s...er. Sanda -s .
14 ox U5,& J qone y e as at 304 per cent. Bab-,pon t -d a. .......... |
z ~ ~ = 4 ,tr e a s u r y g o l d -$ 16 1 8 6 O 0 ,jv m us~u b t r oan r y ouB ; o r -p e tader m d u l l ; W h i t e 8 0 4 6 y e l l o w 8 @ 6 0 W e s t e r n C o r r e c t e d a ~ t s t ayb y F o s t e r M a r v i n & H a y n e s M e n s f P e .c ga i n ,b o o t s . . .. .@ 2 5 0 . "... +- ?
loonta 126; 4% per cents W104./ State bonds dull. 0 IDIII
O .Ln --1NFA T I J a nr uaa r o f l l O W h1' S IEr-lof a i r IM rI-W h t- p e r s a' f 1 1 0[t
W YO R K, Jan u .ar y i-Ttie sto "k man- d ndLn d I Jfi r yNo 6-Whedt uo fCrn 1in Iot. 103; plI-sa k lots $1 0;5; ok Iota. Miss goatspring heel shoes ......... 100
"-aket was .. ..od tely. P... active lard 7 5 l e ss than 10 cks,8110 Button eb. gt. st and. M ............... 8 6 o


opetnwiaovendBtonamod~a e rat demnd* No. 2aur mixuted n fl@Yo-r Gou ^,ButtonS perg kid, m.e Ma. 2-7 ........... 106@2a, ,1 hM agnificet 3pemep of hsLinOKe areay all~t a
Inthatrespect fuarishedga marked contrast In fair demand and4firm; No. 2 mixed 2c. Mi at .... .. .... .. .... t, Ja Iota,
to the dta itigs aurit the sameeo ur c. oi-e 1 610 Lat al t andu7 nom unlly yIour lower; e n. 10 br k lo Ladies' Rubber Overshoes. .......... 4.
wht Pork. way ou c a tged; 6. 2 redy i et6 at 7,B u 1. R sar lota, 5 8ra a Bus n g e gre, S .. ......... 0; l n tt 60 u y J
payj the urgent emand for stocks whni ch ..er red noa; oort rly# bu 2e.s Bat e Rcay,60 6pnlo odfamot y, 4^ 9 o a t Buttonsglove grai, n.a........ 1....25 a
w as d ev e lo p e d .e t e r d a yk co n t in u ed w ith t h e cl7ne, c o lWg s te a d y at u1c0 .ab al s le $ 17 7 5 ; S Bl t 8 8 W lo ts P17 7 5, 5 0- bg ale a ot,, 618 ; ..p-9. .. 9 0N1 k i d ,10J
resultOf leaving almost everything trave tse, short cla...... 2.. .. skyste dy lss han50bales, 818 50. Lowe roades from Bal.glove grain, m. sa. 3-8............5(ST ND R D IM



I~ro lae t ad anc waa In olo ado oal und r y aie uay. eor ste dy nd q iet No ...,. .0 brl "O"ord"le8cu" Cdo7.............. 0m.10s. 3-8an2 at................. an 2, a 9a
acted m after dity h pgbe r than as et evenin 31 9 e a a o. team er. ... Qr a100@ 1 N p er ton cheer. a n6 T et s ca ge, i .- 8.... : 8,
Money e r eates W i ley w gere of cours mere lyedOUISVILLE ,Jan uaryo.wbl ie42q 835ts, s .7perb..... a H o 126 f -WJ 2te oar-load Polkas A. alf ,I .. .............. 80
nm oinal, but they were lo and thea ur- w neat- -qo.2t re d 76c, N o 2 lo wer 1 7and Plots ,152;100-sack lots. 2 4 0 166 6 0-eck l ots, 168 Glo ve gras ev t n 1,-2-2 ............. .o. ..: 8 FROM aNEW YORK. STEA 8ER. Funday J KSONVt p
eab i b for longa county assumed larger pro. Coral -No. 2 white e35 aN o.d q uiet t 9n." ate 31eo.t o s oeseo pe t ^ j- v .50sa. k.s1 0. .... ............. 25
p o rtioa s a n d a id ed by th e d e m a n d fro m, th e N o 2 m ix ed 240 24,% c. P ro evis on s q uiet.e tea M ix edloa r-lo a d lots, 0;1 35; .- lot s, 22 6 ; er 29 ga i n st a 7 1 .s. 80 t P ier 2 9N F LuRsd RA


Bugr-snaoeloH% Iote of 0, lesse thnd unhage 1010~s po5ints up, clse stad lotW 0C iloliatn olpo c o c n, a 6 o nasWe edys ndFi y.Tu dyThr asad nd
wilorts, a strong and steadily advancing oon--oeasr aides, nominal. clear packed 6 0 6-113K os ).0 .a ta 5 w 14.Butt. ove gain stand. 10-13 .... 95 M nas eneasadFias
market wamu r ade h T eunifore mit of the aBulk meata--clear r eo d 3525 .oulders a $450,h.o f d 6 ieh'erv But enk m. a s l ahe,
Improhavemet asa eaur, ndony ared I spok 1000 h ms$ 0@ Wheat bran--8-ton lots and upward, a170e W,11o No. 7 ^Dee 2 eat 3 p mdDELAWAR.E
ad van ces occ u rre in the sp ec ia ltieo T he 10 0. Pu r i e stea m l ar d q7,5la q u a n tity f18i 00 pergto n B u tt.D on g tu n s, .... 85e.. M on d ay D ec 31) at s 8 p nill ,U O IS Tu nd ay, J an 5, B .
opening wea s oire and strong at advances NEW YORK January B---Southern flour Ground Feed--81 80 per cwt. Feed M eal, SLIPP A -2 Fri oday, Jfan 2 atr3wER OEEd1
o v e r las t nikg h t's .ig u re s e x te n d in g to % p e r d u ll; co m m o n to fa ir e x tra $2 50 @ 2 8 5 ,go od to 8O p e r c w L t T o ile t g r ai n ,2-8 ...... 4 5 @W ed6 5e Md a y _Ja n Ma t pC H E RINO K EE Je d y J a P at 1 0 a m
cant, and with the single exception of 10gar cho ice$31W 10. W heat dull ind nominally Flour lower; best patent, 10 brl lots, 585; Toilet sget- .............................. 60 Wt
Refdneote, which was bold on rum ors of the unchanged- No. 2 red 85@8Vc, steamer n' o."2 smaller Iotap5a80 per brL Straight fa n 1- Buskins ge gore, S-8 ....................... ,Friday, Jana10 at 3 pmDELAWARE 1
p ro b s o le o n te s t b e t w e e n t h e r e fi n in g I n t e r r ed N w ; O p t io n s d u ll, e a r ly b u s i n e s s a t Y 4 F 13 0 ll y 8 5 0" @ 5 l) pe r b l o d f m l $ 0 4 9 u k n ~ l v c . . .t, h e ~ e a g to e u T e G a e l n o o l g s e d n n h n e o 4 ~ l G l- 5 b r l ; g o dtaiys6 Z, 51 hnB ue rsk tneglo v lae 8 7 5 MoWenedyaltp EA SEE Tsda y, J a n 1 3 at 3 mI RQUI
),p ominent ad vance was In Colorado Coat, under yeateruay. Corn steady and quiet; l o. brla, 82 70 per br l. Oxford ties, c uar. iid, 2-7 ....... i .......... We@,100 Friday, Jan17 at 3p m CHEROKEE T us a a ,a a
Whl h s ur ed /per cent in a short tim e. 2 s94@g 040V elevator; alloat on steam er 41c, Cream M eal--rv-brl lots, 62 75 less t an 5 Toilet carpet, 6-12 .... 45 Mo d y Ja 0 t3 p mS M NO Eun y, an 6, t 9a m
The entire .active %at Is higher to-night, and mixed 7m/l37V+c No. 2 white 42Yc No 8 35% brls, $2 70 per brL IToilet-grain, 6-11 67 W ednes day Jan 22at 3p m D )ELAW ARET es a an t1 m
while the Improvement Is generally messur- options quiet an unchangedtoa lower ann Pearl Meal-40Q250Pberbbl.Operas velvet emb, 6-1 ........... 65@100 l FrdaySua y m
ed by fracton~s, Colorado Coat and Central steady. Oats firm and quiet; options steady Cottonseed Meaw--Pri ne or) 4hi per ton. ei drs gt. 6-11 ........................... 900 125 M n a J n2 t3p mY M S E u d y e ,a
Jfad or ar e t _h u p % a nd P u l l m a n 1 4 w hlle a n d qnu lt. C off ec --o ptio n s op en ed stead y ca r-loa d lots 6 22 0 5-ton 1ot 50 ; sm a ll I aeim O ls ,F r d ay, J an P9 a t 8 p i m C E R IOK EET u s a ,F b a
bugar Refineries Ion L 3,4, aloftht listed and unchanged to10 points up, closed steady lots. 04 00.u PaintOl.EcFrdy Ja31t3pinSMNL
stocks reached 97,M snares, a ndd out of the and 2" points up, reducedacrop estimate; ... gars .' .. loa g i l-For e g allne 0, clinderll0o.
total unlisted of A2935, Lead contributed January $155M015 85, February $16570, March nkpren ~ ao o &o tn lli--ery 40c, bonglu Ns 7o,b rack o linedF r n o1t on R g r ig0rihond.s a e A p yt
18116Railroad bondb were more active than. $ 593, April $1565, may $1565,415 95. spotReotdbSaoo&Stcon 15-ebbololisd70.rwisedFrIfmtonR adngEeghat
they have ben for some Uttm e, the tran sac- Rio flrvaand quiet: fairecargoes 19O/o, No. 7 Companions, 1-10's, 10 00, Novelty, 1-2018, 0 q~tirita turpentine48c per gallon.
15otw r r ith l f a" I Iai renry asy, 1-20's ;f Titipu, 1-20 s, .ierosneO --150 deg. y IN deg,11 112
1hsong eoktewond ho 'rse cia llyg $prom, inet 5170, Srefined rawiry active[et f airm; efi6 ing 25 to; Our Maidens,1.201a .25 60-l, Right Centr de& 11%. ,LE8LlI upt., Jacksonville, T.G.]EGER, Tra fl eM r 5]s ln Q e n
0bespm~and~toSsspuialy pominnt o, eflnd fir~ a 4 gadfrmC5 5/ot 1-20's, 250W, Flor de M leih,l-2U's, 28 00; 1Re. Clumbia pure colors, in oil- Yellow Gchre
T 1 he demand rw bontrashwda gtion fl $ %, out y lowC5oaf mouerd 6 gro sanulated Aall& de Oro, 1-20's, 28 0; American'Flag, 1-29's 10o, chrome green 12c, chrome y ellow "20, raw JONLHWADF..A, akovl.
Increase, but, it was supplied withotay6%&o. Molases:- orign nominal 0 Bw ou n ; New Orleans I nelo1-0s820,Hva"Atsina6,rwadb uer0,
mwkod advance in prices. Sales of bouts steady; open kettle, good to fancy 98CO47c. Rice filler; S. & S. Golden Fruit. 1-10's 33 00, Havana drop black 25c, lamp black 12c, Longrmn
fo ew e eeSJ ,W gloa 14LOO II aed ;dm si 4 6 c a filler; Kennell, 1-20's, 30 00;, E 1 alW H O, 1-20's, U artinez's paints 1 65 per gallon. F. M. IRONMONG R, Jr., F. 1P. A., a ao le
$Dr last week. ee4o, ,P$. ,et roleuta y; omsteodyan Jaa n 5e K htTofGrip, 1-20 ', 50 00, Cuban han dINry Colors--Per pound, common yellow
a^aie 60, Philaelph sad7,yatndqim orefine0.made;Vsta do Tampsa nohas Espeeiale, *orer P2% metallacl. raw ienn.a 7
*I"$....... .. .......... .. h e Pa0, p a ,-101 nodlot fiorm; crude 2(0/4027a allowd1.201s,OD 00, Cuban han d m ade;Vista do Tam nom e gr een 12 c, durnto senna x 7 c, lam p W M P C L Y D E &C O ., G o n erai A gos J sl
_doa B Ug..lot; Mo.acfic lot....9 1 ri q ulet aldrm; ^ hod1050, paPerfectos, 1. 401s, 85 00 Cuban hand made; black 10



1:1 88c Fork quiet and firm; Atom 6@ $1 0 84ri~ S^ ^^ galon brownc ghll --
Georgia ToWmote a0% N. Y. Central..7.. extra prime $9 5009 75. Beef dull; extra mePs Flor de Madrid, 1-2s, 6000, all Havana, ar nsh ae- -e g oB, broael,
VN AH Carl a_ Norf A .Fo& W Bl 2 D Flateo7bBeh. Bes 92stabeady at PrincipedoGales, -2n,8p00,65llHaval; OlRla ck rubbingS 250, black asphaltum 86, 5 owrlla green, N. !o.11. apt n Connor.
oonsolidated $ pal Nort ah a P ac no......'I I 1 2 Ke. T2er2ed beefdull- city extra In- Virginia Cheroots, 6 in ge, 15 ; B z M, eas8 o 00; B t r20 elasticgear 85 00, extra
. do t # V a d o pea ...... 7 .. 22 22 u Eyes,2 5in p kge ,15 00;PvamaBlewel s, in lo.1, f m iture e 81 0 hard o o2fpnshi l7 fTi MiAL L O R 1
*nd lAwlt .l...a. moos 1 te o 00... Cat2 m eallq 59.t52%, C rected 00o uod. eH o ft Oo,18;ooe^ead, $25; Friendly Tip, id dying body 4 6, No. ] u.oac w900, No
Tenn ss .....e lRoading ........g ......89 okled hamsFeb......8c. 8Middles dull;, short clear2;Giletite $35, Tl I tur M one cost oac hoB 4 00. rangee THE MAL LORY &
Tdennessee .....101, a Rich & llegh -ny 24 58. Lard -uiet and easy; western steam e oTob^o .8866, quick rubbing 8 00, rubbing
Tenn set 7. 8 Rich &W PointL 21% 0 Our'Dandy 9ginuh, 6 to g found, 28; Big'Dick, dy84 00. white sh ellse 8400, wearing body
G a . .. .0 b R o o k I se . d 9 8 6 e ,1op t i oas n oslc F r ei 6 8 s l l in c h 5 s o t h WF l o r i d a o o m 9 i n c h ,, I n 3 8F; 0 0 .
d o .o .. ..... -- Pu l zv . . -- ....... ...s t e a dy ; c o tto n 7-3 2d g ra in 5% d ; G ol d e n A 6 B e rin oh 4 's 4 8 c, Z ip 9 in c h 4 's, 6 ba r d e n a n d F i e l d e e d s .
(orh10 s ...0....... b III d u pf............CHICAG"O' ...nary 4- -Cash quotations of g uc l b ry 9I li4s8 ;Fa Po umetdbyW A.B m
do, pt d... ..12 Tea cfi.= 12, a the day were: Flour steady and unchanged- G en, 61s 86c, Suumer, U mcn, #'a, 80; Xanl N w Y r P h ad p i o
I M- S Tenn. 1 a L.. ... o a .2 g7. .... 48 48 ^ 4.,e3 Pride,712 G o&, 8s, e60 3;, Sweepstakes, 7 a, Beans--Improve i Valentine 4 50 per bushel





5 ~ ~ ~ ~~ 7c No 2"1 red 78c. -No 2* --- O oats, -saaadOmr-Am ryean .ad-Rpeokned aetiner l)e d 6%o. ak~ ILPENANINA Ew~S~i V ERY Bemrsso tBrnwc.
]Dfe .... ..... Union Pacific o . .. .--. -... ...6 6 ; 45e ,H. ... .... .. "W 7s 4
t -a .... r .. 5 ent -- ONo. 2M o. M ess pork $9 25. Lard $680. Short7Dr ... Oa= L, 8 o= ndt. o 6 Ss prta do. Black W ax 5 00 do, Go)eden W ax 5 00 d o.S ailin g F ro m(U pon arrival 9.30 train o a rk ov ille.)





tr,r 7, -o r ^--6.Ida rhrdB<% auka @8 do -4P basFrrt-els 5 76. pe bushel \ das.
.. ..'Sh orM O. P 1 p ... . ..... ... .. 7 ris .l oose.. .. . ....., dry salted shoulder -s no ,W ine .6Inch, 6' s"-35ca,7-r nd-b et .pr u he l, P a v W en wnEW YORaK,rd seT
Western nio ...St $ N @ 25 shot cearbox d $ 95 5 0 inc .6o35;Winston 7 h. 51s "e-T TT, 6 dblp nla Extra Early 450 (do, JBlack-eyed
As=, A daSh. a 64 Cotto Ol ard n .81Whiskyno rt 31 era inch 6'so D5,ll the bRf Re ;io1 Nav on lMarrowfnt 3 00 do, Champion of England 850 EJ O DEE BE
M mobile Ohlo ..2 Brunswick ......... 88 Lea8ng fa tures ranged an follows, .....; V o ........ z, ... eataAli na uvy d oAm eia n onder5 00d o.,-T A T E OT
Bid a As ked > --? SS I E l w O pernmed. Erop hat. Clottedr 14 O z 0,e Lo ve, navy, 16 OZ, 4 Sens atl C.. ..., C t T mt-e 2 0 p p u ,.Eri da J
R g-In-reL s W heat Jan.. ....... 77 178 78 ring .. ..'aand9 11532...annerSmoking.W sd, avorag 50do,.Hathaway
,| FebI ..|.. 79 79 70 25c; :rha mn, Y,9 and I 's ,55% ,asso rt-ed; 0,, Pa ragon COd =S iS. ..






OA AN AI 0W R E ARi Ma ... 6, 827^ Beal of^ m North a3.6 to 8 1 06. o Rset s wa0 Ma Grai 6 0e2o60 dsbeatofkcaiskAlfalfa 85c esorge raIno at napl to, ,
Sg Jan ....... : 1, 11 % anci ails,6 ;2ri26rd'sc per busoet, Norther BeV Rye 1 25 d
BV NNA -t January 4.-For Saturday Feb ......... 29 e9Germ anMMilrenu n a00doItaterian 9 T ....C r .
the day's tr.adingwall heavy, m ore than on -M ay ........ 1 3 I R osbe f fin e12, o u 4 0 n pail g s ,s6. -r L d wett -&m anS itper pon, eteras sro ... do
t h i r d > n m c u p l a n d s c an ag i n g h a n d s a s i Oa Ot s J a n . .. . .. By er S etaBoz .t o( nd N o 2 7 @a o ,do 6o nepw ee 3 5 0 d o ,bnertapon dp oaJoh3 wn4ra s s0c d o i O nO
all last week. No particular change was no- Feb ...... .0 N 1ork 2Q/ 2do M it e MRt ais 25c 0 do, n ova Law n rass
o o i te tons, and h9vy exports to-day May ...... 2 do 22--22 2Dry es losP easter Eye Peas $2 2.tr0 per ton eushel m On ll
and light receipts knooled the stock on, Pork. Jan ...... 9.35 930 9 .d oby Ky onn ourc ngott & o0 Jl "-- ---o1-
1 Gownto We lowest figure since Me- Feb ........ 985 9.A0 9t-Marta Washington Shirtings 5o, p."" S rs e
tem er. Sea Islands are in butlttle?;. May ...... 9.67. 9..72VI O OF JAPacificOIArmor oI 90 A. tr a w
pand, and prgoesuncnantged..Recetpta-Vp ar a ...... u 8% 5, er tha2 Farles4@ oerwk 5un 8 Mreats-D. S. short ribs, boxed,5.0c, dorlb b a p sonvie.
lands IMexports Sea mlands657,uplands Feb ........ 5..85 5.3734 5-85 Lodia@e4 kc,Varmouya -12o, Steel Riv ber u5, do cleardbelles 6, bacon short th- Buiifev M od Wednesda an tral.
Up stoocOn nhand, Sea island 5,2U; u n~MAY,....... 6.. 6 05 6.00 0%4, Simpson e Mourning s 2c, Merrimack bs 6yo, bac on bellies 7yc, Burlap canvases eisl aira rmalpdt
T T OJB -S, rB w aa onlv a busineJanss.... n4 ba s 52 Y Purples 7c, Sheph erd P %aldi yo, Victori a 'C h am s lldc, s t Calgornu m s a l s pan ,u outh e r e Fe n nd n 6
LIVEB U JanI ary 4 o ayeb........ 2 4.65,8 .62 Black 6%c, Berlin 4Sollds0r c, o Turkey rer breakfast bacon rib 9%c, breakfast TI m L LU. e sa and 8om fort.
*. a 7P.e ,5 a n g o D lmd 7ue% Cy 7 e. c aom c ea'r 1 0. a / p tou say mt e ns c ou tio n
porta1 C,0se b l ; receIpts 12,000 ac O -C earl s and c.mbF ncy -Armory Jeangs rn re *i waters a sb Soute ersn top M a trknslets T. sta e
-- i I { i i C I C AGI lH G E .SW , A nd ros co o gn 7 7 0; o n a g a 540 M ess p ork b a rrels 14 00,: m esa b eef b arrels i, o l a d i e nI e o k M n
Be. Indian Orchard 006%e, laum.^eag ^^7^^^ 7 :8 60 do %r barrels 4 75.OUNds
a 4 May and June 6 41.()4d I"-JIharacter and ,Extent of Speculation Edwards o ambric6%06c, r oper roil These quota tonss are for round lots from
t d~ a gn [t6i4{iIn Orals.and Provi sions. Tc ki. f0rst hands; per lbadvance on meats, anPassengersarriving Wednesday eveningwillbe taken a er tve ni
ap m merioa f [t0 N [[HICAGO., January 4--There was only Co n3Drill and Osnaburg1--Dw7 gh,2dFA c t fon lard onAjobbing orde r .. L SCHEDULE FOR DECe M Be:
day 6,80 bales Ameri can, [ Januar I687 moderate business transactedyin wheat. Dril]e10do, Ettrio k 8 o1Duock 10d N1., Fertilizer-s Armour'sa pulverized bone 81..................ST EA.ERS. / alaka, .. FERa DIj^
% J y .i i7 ^e8 om areo p ne up wea ndpre2122r; e n~ o o uc. oa kla 7c Ocean6 T hu~ord -s Thbousa nds re prasn g Al exnd8 er Ton icn Frud ay,1euem er8on.................. TA N ................. r ay 1danuar0 r








*ali mrktopne u wa,^. andW prices were***-**^..... 1. 1 dy eeme 7..........CTYO A
Jnna~~~ ~~~~ lowe tol goenm n crop1 by s;Jlad WIM N J andary 4 T raterln I"o nd ;n JeaB1Obl -otFridayW Janar 3el .... L uastet. 1...................EnTte rpri *","" A-S..
N W x aillet al pi-iay 10 be nid p Blne20 HeavyMDri1n7c. Stark No 10,DuHok n l 8 c, Dr........
,^ Orl,,aprnin o in fore ignfeatret --as eb e enter D ll 8c. C oorre ted oyoabel Lros.Friday:Janu Ra r STATE OF TEXAS ... ..... .La ur a Ja n u e.










J~~ntnrS Bteady; January 10.0id4,- Ferua tiesle na Hona s- kea bundles 75c @85o,0 Hemo c shol le b ole sate 2224 Bal rpun~oi F ortidayt and passnge in Fo at n SAl oN
M I .. i I i [ i t h t h i s l a c k i n g o p e r a t o r _s g a v ~e u p h o p e N t s a l s H s b n l s 5 8 c 1 0H m o k s l e t e 2 e p u d o k F r i d a y J n a y 4~dy J a m i ua ry 3 L T T1 .o.AT x N T / I. .. . .... . . .. .. ..TA T Es ayO F T E X A'Sn u .e. .a r
I -I !$ I :{+ i | At a decline there was good bUylug to cover Idobox'125,1815 ,150 0 o 400, ;hil drens9 0c, do 188@35 o do,No lIcak harness 85c do, rNO.......... t. ...,
10|06 Marh 1014 Api 10. |14 Ma 10.shorts." Juad one prominent trader was 1001o125 ,160 to 36. Corsets 800, 450 ,650, 2 do 26030c do best osk callskins 100 do, bes For general Information apply to
I lp, 1-Z I 1 1 1 e r d t d w l h b y n g 0 0 00 u h l s o o e 7 50 to 16 500 D r e ss B u tto n s 5 0c 760 850 1 00 to h e m lo c k d o 7 5c d o b e st F re n c h d o 1 250 1 60 J M C lU T L E R A g e n t 77 qei t B y t e t a k o v l e F a
lf a.J: :l0 9, Au us 10.29re Sept edwi buyi0g.88 wrk t o dsh e n s aor 800gross.y tne 1c, a25o, at, h,. @60cctoT75l do, best uaity upper leather 50@ c do, I e lac ..,o eete ra dn Fla
Oo .brl 6. ov m"r0. .flscheck the decline e, and caused temporarily a doz. Cologne, ,ermnv' "Tappan's 75c, 1oo, leather 2@25r per1 oot, rawhide lace leather W P 1%T
.4 J { t r il y f a o v e e a l y i n s d e fi u re u t 1 2 5 1 50 to 2 25 F a n el S o a p s 2 % c 2 5c 40 c 2 5c d o nC H 1 R A IL L ER Y & C O ., G e n e r a l e n s P r 0 + ., -
.B W O R K J a u a ry 4 .- p c l s ed o0 a in l te r c lo sin g 1 3 B re n to 60 o + o -- 1-j- -I aO HNo 6IY Rl r e n 6 6r
lower than yesterday. Umbrellas 9 00 1060,1200 to 15 00doz. SlateL' T
:0 Pencils 20o, & t~~o40c per huntired, lead do Corrected by Foster, Marvin & Haynes LE SST J0 NSR
| A moeorn, an the feelings was trana tedrl inb g9o. 125, 150 to 4 00 gross._ German Kalnlt 17 00 per ton, Letter'sground (D B LI m.
O."A' M" ." !, m latrnansedtherfeelng wasweankfearly, TbuteBleach Sheeting-B{oston 10-4 27 2AS f d a bone p are 35 00 do bone an d potm h 1% 00@40 00. o afr nep~eadPit n S on ie
a ere n nweatutrtoe wsmapresetedouThlero te 94 24g25o, New York Mills 10-427 r98cj, do Murlate potash 52.00 do, Nova Scotia land-
w : s oereonowm e atuorespre sepdorttwihhdaweaofthe 94 2502 do 8-423e, Popperell110 M5 e, plaster 900010 00 do. nitrate soda 60 00 per ton.
I I OR enitcgte dn~ eny. The market opened a shade J0 9 9 4,M n d oc l- M2o o9-4! 6 sulphate of potash E5 00 do, Monroe, Judson & F i Sa f id nI I n P i t
I ,% under the closing prices of yesterday, near ]1@22o, Fruit of the LoomO+41l8@19e, do5 _S troup's Canada hard-wood ashes 20000@ The Elegant Iron Side-Wheel Staer1
I ' R K future es show in g greater w eakn ess Januar y 150 1do, do 42 in ._ 13 @ 1o,S do 4-4 9K_ A, %do W 92 0 do.


8 bales; stock781i.799 bales. WHOLESALE. oto460c,6le'opab o'35ct40cto75c, grey I o Om T
Futures closed .steady net receiptS 1,055 [ uTheflowingquotationa re obtained from Linens--urkey red table 20eo,22bFdoA ,-:- J ON -K Vb
bals; ^ ^^^ reen 8,0 aes ae 7 h eaighu es in the iff re tlie~a^^ ~ ~cs.^ of^^ o''i 0 ^ '&.F an d le anoS ea er H.B.PL N
bale s; ro71 0 _b ,_ e l di h us s h i er t Ie s0 Im ported 87 0c, 50c to 1 00, half M lach 25c, -W e ta e great pleasu re in ann oun cin g to T J O H
0;jnar O.U,7,eary0it business, and wby .be correctedas ofnannre- 80o, 35cto50c, bleach87yc. 4Uc, 50o, 60cto12.j. tae-raft of the State of Florid, that we The,-Fas and Elegant Steamer .
10 .1 M arch a,7 ,78 b a le2 ar A m erU L a. a ya ~ 1a0n ed F r wl ll O a l nfo i a pue too ut -3 B 3 0 gaol n P l d 6% 6, B o, o pti e 7V~lL L I n L 1a _en G I L eav es f o A s e r W h rf poo o...... ... J oac on vitree t M d a sed d ay s i an Frlds? g
_ea .. 1 ecea s a10t al I,3 eri 0.29,&- 130.B8 quired. They, willebeofvalue t1 -_ e--..-eGlass Towelin hk 8, go,910c to 15, crashan g/2c, veopvted the exclusi e'SateA a 01 A5torg et Mc
June10U01u44 Ju ly.1,4..1 f.0 A ugust 10. business men desiring to odear goodiganm 6ote, 7c,n 8o,9c to1 Napkins10lhel 0 th o
610W, Sep temner 10.12No..1 2 October H 0Non 8 201226 P O o w I elsh linen blac 0, 8 ,. 1r, 175Cto 26c For ,w at ru nd m pi tria, wo Sanford and intermediate pong s > .. l nevr
S" J a u ao c ottooo nall s n 3u so 135, 5 lo 1u sIa5 h e f20,1 75 a a to o2 . . .R e tu rn in g lea v es Sanfo rd T u esd a y s, T h u rs d ay s a nd...
xroeerles. Caused Goods, Z 9 ocotnh c 1 6 olesa 0,22,
cupy fottonufor the world is3 8 2 ,381 ba 9 ,Corrected byJ. R. Tysen &Co. Stripes and Chevlots--Resclue, lads 606 RICI ADT DPTIOW Y RK J nur q--hetoaCvilbe OUTLJ UN6
Of whiwh2, 5789,8dbalesW n o rer t Canned Fr u lt--Callfornia apricots Bla ids C om o ston Strip e y eai teL dO .M I) SR N sN I fi 9 a ........... ...... E n le xrr... .. BB
SRIz. tse at a ll in erior to was180 ,M ries Q 0zW Blu;ehele s W@125, Ch erries Ch _ev ]ots 8% 99 O tis .Cheks8 .A.. ... ter having g ven the ,m manufacturers o "U 115 ~p ......... ......Georgetown" S0
sole; r olp from plantations 230,8 8b aes. 1 90. Gooseberries 1 00 Standard Peaches, Table Li en- -.Hal eo n o 85_ to the leading and m ost noted concerns in the 100ar .A stor ...... 0d
o p In h t 5,52 5,686 b al es O.2 l 6 N .8 2 0 2 2 P a s a l o r ish L ir n en b le a ch 35 o o, to 85 c R ed c u n try a th o ro u g h a n d Im p a rti al tria l, w e 4 0W ar B lu e S p rin g s . -
OALVB TON TEX., January 4.--Cotton nia, No. 3 $3, gallons, $12 per dozen Fears Linen W%7, 35 50,62% to 75c .... hale found in an experience of twent y Arrive 6 30 am Sanford ......... ..... ....... .=
steady; mid dilpfg uplan ds 95/ac. not reae ipts No. 2 $16W. Green Gage4. 2 lbs $1 @ N o. i Blankets, Comforts and n ltuns -- W hite yew os.the Ge e Mathera Sons' Inks THI 1 g 40 arn.. ....... nterp As e ...... .. ...
8,W5 bles; gossreceipts8,978bales; mue (3 176. Brandy Peaches. quartN, 83@0 pints blankets 10-4 82c, I0W, 126, 9 W0 2 60, 3 003 860, MOW- RELIABLE AND BEST ADAPTED _, -,,
bals; stock 71,W ales exports to' thecon- $3 50, Brandy Cherries, imported, quarts$2 75. 4 00, 5 0W to 15 per pair, brown do 100, F7%c TTHIS CLIMATE, and areUNsIX#theng Quickl TimesI Lotw Fares. Mal nxel
tient 923bales,exports oatwia 892b les yrupoe-Florida 8500, golden drip W0)33, I6'%to8300 per pair. Comforts, 756085,, 8oecn~vl tonsiv Jobe Print-S SS.D U SWI
N,. 0. molasses 4@55. 10 00 12 00 to 16 per doen, do satin line gtablshmet, as we as on o publ -- ONN--
OKFOI VA., January 4.-ottsteady; Cheese--Fancy full cream, per Ib. 18, hal 10,3 0h,859,a0,4 00 each. Honey comb spreads tioas.Having made veryadvantageous terms, te o S W for n* Nrth EatauaWu
middling uplands 93,/4e net receipts, 2,878 Bklm12, N'c6275c,85c,I00TtonlW0. whhe manufacturer st Jsne w alareesnabled trainsoof 8 FeaWT for
balei orreclpt 2a78baes;Balcbals;Teas-Oolongs 25@6W, Gunpowder 23@60, Brown Sheetings-Boston 10-1 25Q26c, do M4 ca."ry instockandhave'now on haa At Palatka with Fla So By for Brooks ville Owal atevet.
took 42,869 bales; exports co~stwle 832 bales. Young Hyson 80@75, Japan 2@60, English 0024c, do 6-4 16@17o, do 5-4 14@160, Pepperell AiLL I] OF PMNTING IENKO At Astor with $t J&L E Byfor Atoona, EustIFOR
BALTIMORE, MD., Jauary 4.--Cotton Breakfast = O 10 23024o. do9-42122c, Monadnockit 210 Of all grades, which we ofrer to the trade at At Ble Springswith A W By for OrangeCi1 l
nominal middling uplands 101-16- met re- Ooffees=-Rios 18@21 green, Java green 250 21, do 9-419202. Constitution 42 in. 10@11c Factory Prices, thus saving consumers the. At Enterprise with J T & K W By fortMtis^vig',R( t
selpt- bales; ,row reoelpts 118 bales; 2ales 8c, roasted A lo 24@(V, roasted Java 28@82o. I Continental C 4.4 8@8 c, Charleston R New York frei ht, to say nothing of the con. RlAt Stntor l 8wiigsF R B .... h e s ta ten
-balms, stockS,4W0 bales. Crackers--Standard XXX sodas 5., singi 75c,. DwighttTs6@4. do Z 4-4e7%c, n f of hm r ow,PLakeland and Tampa, d withega lor
BOSTON, MAR., January 4. --Cotton quiet, 5, X standard lemon 7%o, standard ginger wmaners % 4V@4c, Lexington 4-4 be, Loox- hR wat and Havana. __. ,
middling uplands IWAIO a: net rePist snaps 7%. wood B.4- 4to._edmont 4-4 7%c, Ta O'Shan O Orders must be accompanied by PI.O.mons Through Tlikets and Baggage checked to all)
61 ae;gosep4,1bales;sale- Soaps-.Fer hox. James Armstrong Realter 4-4 67c, Monroe 4-4 6%3Oec, Dwight order or certified check. T W.W. AVlswB.n. Pass. &t,
$10 k^ ^ S A Ba e ,3 a e; s oap, 12 oz. 3 26, 6 oz, 200 cakes to box 83 6, 250 8r3l 1r@ llc, P epper .eM doe7 @Scl R ock Send for Pri e sLists.. .
b al eS; stoonL 0 Tal es n_ C KOw g ate 8 as 2 7 G a tor, 8 oz,$1,75, L ak eside 1 river do 7 c,1tan d ard d o 6% @ /c, Jc E te rilT
WILMINGTON, N. C., January 4.--Cot" $40 8ozDuck 1c, Greenwood g o 12o 1. DD BBS 8, TIM BS-U H OU < W rltl n jM
t o n q u ie t ; m i d d l tn g u p lan d a 9% o ; n e t r e e lp to C o n d e n s e d M ilk E a g le 8 7 9 0 D a is y $ 5 .9 0, Y oonei r y tm l s w a.. / ..t ...... A u
142 btes: gross rei lpts 142 bales; sales -- bales; Dim e 88'76, Highland, 68 0W in 5-case lots, $6 26 5 ,orret e Ra ymond .Knig ht Co s uc \ p rb a n, u n ep. "" "-- -
sto k 10,432 baleb. -single came, Valley $5, champion $4 50, chal- Ceorrec ted b Ram~y wond D. Knig t C ., suo Idoreme Big lthen .m
PFrT.AT)ZT4PXIA, January 4.-- Cotton lenge $4.75. c ensors t Mumby. --
s teady; ddl 'ing uplands 10% c; net receipts Oanned Vegetables-No. 8 Tom atol 965 Q ueensware-Discount from A merl ian 1 CaretInspdiese rtai cu re ".n_
188 o es r eos r ee pts 1 83 bales ; males --bales ; 1.00, N o. 2 85c, per gallon $3, O yster B ay asPara- 40 40anl dt C @5 per cent; isc un orn A ,TO 6 A S ofth- s "di s tedase .Y U n oral e. ht~ y r u p
stows8,636 balem..,S 3 5 Ba~ed beans $15001 75. Sugarco r en litCC253@5prcn.Usu" e A trdm X..Fo
SAVAN14AZ, GA., January4 --ottonQuiet 85@100 Peas 90@150. Su2cotash p160@176- Stoneware--Jugs, Jars, pots and ohums, 16cl y bay,.-t-tfc, have sold Big G for I t poerxect and Permanent ne .
and arm mi ddns 9 n t rend tom toes 8115. Okra and Tom a. W im set 10 pes 2 many years and It hls
ce pand fi r m :tal es; ingro su tptan d ,794-1 bale s;re toe s 8 85. T h ree ok ra an d tom ato es $15 65 D ecorated w ar e--T .oilet sets 10 p ieces 2 250 : .=v e rt m th e bis-t of s .atis- IF or O t l g e a d c r u a s a d e
Ialup 2 700bales: *I ook 84,419 bales; exports to Sunrtiies--Beans, 1New York state hand- 2 50@150W, do.12 doS005f60 08, dinner se ts 100i ,au ~action. .|_ ___ .....
p ick ed m ed iu m a n d po e a $2 70, i rep orted to 1IV d o 10 W 0 1 l50 00, tea sets W d 50 15 W_ _m ". / O i D R D Y C H E & C O ., $| ] L [ I I I~
Great 3 r'-tain 4,144 bales; exports to ebe con g Glassw Fre- -Flasks % pinWs 24. pBr I v L C O O.lH. 1 | -, 11 V, U JaID OJL.
fient 6.025 bates; exports co astwise 2,420 Deane $175@225; m acearoni 10c; salt, 2- 1bquar t600@ ^ Wlr^ Sl 00. Sold by Drug gta .General Florida Agen24, I
Wes., ~~~~~~~~pockets $3 25. Liverpool ground salt 85@$1, rsd it$04ddqat~r lr 10.Sl yDugss 't.
M es. ~~table salt, large sacks $175; evaporated apples T50 do, Mason's fruit j are pints 9 00012 00, !L
NEW ORLt NS. January 4.--Cottonufrm;10 yc per lb.do b quart ts10 018Wd 'o u gallons1300,0 16g-00,
nki dali Ug uplands 95 a n et. receipts 8,315 bales; gloees. apintson12600, tu dle 8 o q a ts 30 d ~o l~ I""+ 5 l11- -1 1 ..
gross reelefnts 9,2valea; sales 5,560 bales; Reporteu oy Raymond D. Knight & Co., sue- Ion so 16e rs n0m y 41-
stock 8,7,616 bales c.ensors trpdzeahin ys 0 5 do A 4 doBo5c
F a t u r es c l o s e d s t e a d y ; s a l e s 1 1 1 0 0 b a L e s ;J a n e s r t o u b S o c o n & K ih. L a m p s -- L i b b r a s s 1 5 0 @ 1 5 W 0; H a l l b r a s s 1 5 0 [ k&
vary 9.69, February 9.72, March 9.78, April 9.85, Refrigerators, 2540 per centoff list, White @ 16 90r.Roch. man. 4 25- Banner 46W; Globe A A '
Xay9Jne Jly 20,00@10.0% AugustMountain Freezers, 6060 and 10; Baskets, Inc. 560; Metal stand 16@360; Glass h'd A LI | AT ATB AMA COALT
9, JSepte ry 9 2 A ugust bes t 4 open, 126, best oak s nllt, sm all, Der 75c@ 100;Stand l25@ 300. -r I .f k J I l.L I-1 L^ X V C. J-J VAL -. A. *
.,Septmber .7..doz, 2 25; do, medium, per doz, 2 76; do, large, Lanterns, 0. T. lift 4 50@7 50, railroad and "r*r asi>hv ii<1mteitwip ASTOR'S WHARF, FOOT OF HO(; SRET
M OBILE, ALA.. January 4.-Cotton firm ; per doz W a 60d g cod cedar, per nest of 5,9 to tubular 400C 1 0000; cha delivers 200 a1n00, -,=.__&. ld w.. .. m J CK SO NV IrLLi O T F IDB 1A.
mn dming uplands 1%o; net .reelpts 897 17 inches, 200; satohels.for nest of 5,90c; bound burners D0 .f AW .K da o+ Co al M d o e at Wol e a e and T etfi .
bales; wr receipts 897 bales; sales 800 baaes: bushel, aoz, 6 00; two bushels, 11 00 diamond, Drugs. Its ourthmo.meoo? with All Kin 0so -oal Dd Coke at W1
stock 22,729 bales; exports coastwise 1,3.9Bmarket doz, 6r; co-n poking 4 bush,1206Wo;,.t% COAL COKE PIG IRON AND LIM
mr *9^7, Jan u ^ry 4.- Cottonfirm ; mid. plain ,Ro 8' 250, No 9 450; do, NO 10, 5 00 .1Alcohol 2W per gallon,carbo ni eaold .60do ,-U ii .^. ..Ny. T. I ,aoa ddLots Shipp d by lqlroa oo .
Ing, uplands 9 11-16c;, not receipts 1,M Waes; Blioods, brace, Wo 6, 8 W0; do, braee, No 6, Jump alum 5c per pound, arsenic 10c do, bay '0 OW t r. ute hall fib,. .. . .


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*'3'nll-('Pj3'P r :_ 41 iv1 'A -" L J aSi [1 a 1I5 pi '3 5-1,p 7 2i p
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.... TRAINS BETWEEN SANF -D AND TAVAR S.
- -- INo. 83 No, 8o
No. 1 Except STATIONS. No. 82 Except '
Daily. Sunday Daily. Sunday
................ 5 10pml 9 00am Lv ..... Snuford..... Ar 8 101m 1 1-pm ......
................ 6531pm 930am ..........Paola......... 780am 12 47pm .......... ....
........ ........ 6 04pm 10 22 am .. .. ..Sorrento........ 6 5aM 12 17pm .. ... .......
........ .. 1......1 6 ]Spm 10 N 6am ....... M t. D or n ....... 5 40 am 12 33o i ........ ." ......
........ ........ I 6 SOpm Illl0am Ar..... TavariF.... Lv 50O~ miHt50aa "'. ... ......
Connects at Sanford with J. T. & K.W. main, line trains for points north, also for
Titusville ad Indian Kivor landiugs, and with So. Fla. R. It for Winter Park. Orlando;
Kissimmee, Bartow, Tawpa. and Punta Gorda, at Tayarei with Fla. So. Ry. E. D'v.) for Enstis. Astor. L-f6sbuqrr. And intermiediate ,)ints.


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TRAINS JACKSONVILLE, PALAT'KA, OCALA, LEESBURO AND BROOKSVILLE
No. 7 No. ivt~~ No. 4. No. 8.
Except No. 5. No. 3. Except STATIONS. Except No. 20. No. 6. Except
Sunday Daily., Daily. Sunday Sunday Daily. Daily. Sunday
......... ........ 12 40p1 8 30am Lv.... Ar 12 40pm 6 15pm .......
................. 220pm 1025am r.... Palatka .....Lv 10 45am 425pm ...... '..""
1205am ........ 2 30pm 10 40am Lv ..... Palatka ..... Ar IQ 4uam 4 20pm....... 1240pm
1 40am ........ 3 08pm 11 20am Ar.,. Interlachen...Lv 9 55am 3 39pm ........ 11 20am
3 15am ........ 3 47pm 11 56am ...... Hawthorne.: .. 9 18am 3 03pm ........ 10 00am
415am 7 00pm 4r15pm 12 20pm ...... Rochelle....... 855am 2 40pm 8 25am 9 05am
........ 9 00pm 5 34pm 12 57pm ........ Loohbie ....... 748am 1 59p 5 45am ........
"" 9 4 0p m ........ 9 ....... ...... ..... ......... ..... 4 50 am "
.. 0pm lSpm ...........,o0mI...." 7 00am 1 05pm ........
................ 7 r25pm 3 l pm .... So. Lhke Weir. ... 6 05im 11 42am ...

........ ........ 744pm 334pm ... .Fritland'Park.... : :5 4am 11 :20am ........ .....
....... ........ 800~pm 3 47pm ....... Leesburg.;...... 5.30ami11 08am ... .
......... .. ...8 44pm 4 34pm ...... Centre Hill ...... .. ...... 10 23am ..... """
......... ........ i 9 20pm 5 15pm ...... Peniberton .....;. ........ 9 45am ........ ... .
................ t0 10p)m 6 15Mow Ar...Brooksville ..Lv ........ 8 35am ........ ........
No. 3 runs south of Leesbure 6f$'6 11i7. ay onlv. NoR. 19 and *20 stop ht Ocala for din-
ner. Connects at Patalha withbJ ,,.K; W. main liUe trriLS for points North
and South. and with J. St, A. ,IRH.Y; ,y for St. Augustine. Ormond and Daytona:
at Rochelle with trains to and f O'(une6ville; at Ocala with S. S. 0 G. R. R for
Crystal River and Homossa98au't.iburg with trains on St. J. & L. E. division for
Tavares, Eustip. AAtor and int trie-i4oints, and with steamer on Lakes Iarris and
Eustis; at Pemberton with So. if,'lt.R. fori.Macon, Dada City, Lakeland, rampa and
Punta Gorda. ,; ,', .
TRAINS BErwEP'fO HlktLE AND GAINESVILLE.
No I# No. 1. No. -." No. 12 No. 6 No. 2.'N.... No. 18
No.. Su No. 13 5xe't E13 t -': STATIONI. EKo' No"b"Except Sun.
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6 00 3 45 1 55 1145 7840 LI-i, Boehelle. Ar. 5 20 !9 25 12 50 3 05 4 50
6 40 4 10 2' 20 1210 .8 15 ':.ain^sville. Lv. 4 45 A 55 12 25 2 40 4 25
Connects at Rochelle with F4.Bo6. vemah line, trains for points North and South
and at Gainesville with S., F. at .v.M. for poihts North.


,8 p 735 a L'V Jacksonville Ar 2 50 p 7 35a
920p 813aAz Baldwin Ar 200p 6 25a
1230p 948aAr lake City Ar12 28 p 4 08a
138a 1040aAr LiveOak Ar 138 a 255a
3 06 a 1141 a As Madison Air o 36 a 1 lop
5 00 a 1 00 p Ar Montlcello Lv 9 20 a 11 lop
6 00 a 2 03 p Ar l&Uahasses Lv 8 20 a 9 55P
727a 3 04pAr Quincy Lv 727a 810p
8 55 a 4 00 p Ar Eiver Junction Lv 6 40 a 7 00p
Trains Nos. 1, 2, 7, 8, 9,10.11, 12,13, 14, daily. Nos. 3,
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E~tt Teurn Ohio
Fast Mall Special.
LV Jacksonvlle, S F& 'f' .By 7 00am 8 linP
Oallahan, S1&1W ...... 7 5aat 9106m
Ar Way cross, S F & W Ry ...... 9 10am 10 30am,
Lv Waycrowsir F & W Ry .... 9 15am 10 40pm
Ar Jesup, 8 F & W Ry........... 10 28am 110am
Lv Jesup, E T V& t 4-y...-. 10 80am 1 20am
Ar Macon, ETV&GRy ...... 4 05pm 6 50am
ALlant E TV& 0 Ry.. 7 30pm 10 35am
Ar Romne, ETV & G.............. 10 *5pm r4 45pm
"Ar Dalton, E T V & G............ 11 4opmr 6 COpm
Ar Chattanooga, E T V & 0-..11 20am 7 25pm
Ar Cincinnati Olin. So.............. 7 Warn
Fast Wall-Has Pullman Palace and Mann
Boudoir sleeping cars Jacksonville to Chatta-
nooga.
Ohio Special-Is solid train Jacksonville
to Cincinnati, and has Pullman Pa'ace and
Mann Boudoir sleepers Jacksonville to Cin-
cinnati without change.
B. W. WRENN, C. N. KIGHT,
G. P.&T.A. A.G.P.Ai
F. M. JOLLY, District Passenger Agent.
75 W. Bay Street, Jacksonvllle, Fla.


51 1 1 I SUWANEE RI'ERROUT1, 1 52 | 50
4 10p[ 735aLvy Jacksonville Art".26."8 30a
7 20p 10 00a Lv L)ke City Ar 6 45p6 555a
250a 520pAr Macon Lvl04Salllp
7 00a1040pAr Atlanta Lv 650a 700p


FERNANDINA AND
NW6 60 No- 6 JACKSONVILLE BRANCH No. 5 NO; 61
930a 433p Lv Jacksonville Ar 850a 135p
1105a 605p Ar Femandlna Lv 715a1205p


4:10 p.m. 7:35 a.m. trains for Macon.Atlanta,
Ch attanooga. Cinnlnnati,Louisville,Nashville,
Chicago and all points North and West via the
Georgia Southern & Florida Railway arrives
Jacksonville 9:20 p.m. and 8:30 a.m.
7.35 a.m,, New Orleans JNxpress. Shortest
and quickest line to all Middle and Weal
Florida points, Pensacola, Mobile and New
Orleans. 7:30 a m and 8:15 p m trains connect
through to Thomasville, Montgomery, Nash.
ville, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Chicago and all
points North and West. Arrive at 2:50 p.m,
and 7:85 a.m.
12:40 p m Mall and Express for all points
South, Gainesvllle, Ocala, Leesburg, Tavares,
Apka, 'Orlando. Panasoftkee (St. Catharine)
M e city, Plant City, Tampa. Arrives at 5:50
p.m.
8:00 p m Local, connects through for all
points South, Ocala, Gainesville, Leesburg,
Tavares, Orlando, Tarpon Springs, Souther.
land, St. Petersburg and Tampa. Arrives at
7:R5 a.m.
9:30 a m Cumberland Route Express, .
nects at Fernandina with steamer City ui
Brunswick daily for Brunswick, Macon, At.
lanta, Chattanooga, Louisville, Cincinnati, St,
Louis and Chicago. Arrives 1:85 p.m.
4,30 p m Fernandina Mail and Express daily,
connects Thursday with Mallory steamers
for New York. Arrives 8:50 a.m
A. 0. MAejDONELI,
D. E. MAXWELL, '. P. & T. A,
oen. Manager.
N. S. PlERNIAeriONB,
I Traffic LManager.


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TRAINS BETWEEN LEESBURGR TAVARES, EUSTIS AND ASTOR.


No. 34 No, 832
No. 36 Exceet Excent
Daily. -Sunday Sunday
1045anj' 5 00pm ........
1025Aui. 1 30pm ........ ....
1010am 2 25pmi!....... .i
1000am! 1 55pm; ........
940aam- 1 I)pmI' 54Ijnj.......
9 10am!ol2 55pi 5 30pm ........
8 55 am ll 35am .......i..
8 45nari,1 20 am,.... I .......


SNo. 31
Exo-ut
]Sunday


No. 33 1
No. 35 Exceet S,'.TIONS.
Daily. Sunday ._
8 05pm 4 00pm Lv .... Leosburg .... Ar
8 25pao 4 30pu .. .... Lsuierp ........
8 33pmj 4 40poi ...... Orange Bend .....
S38pm ..... Lisfcon........
8 55pro 5 05pi' ...... Fort. Mascn ......
9 05pm 5 15pa,|. ........ Emstis ........
9 15pr ........ ..TAC vares ........
9 25urn ........ Ar... Lamn'Park. ..Lv


.. ...... 925am
........ 935am
........ 955am
........ 10 05 am


Connects at Leesburg with Fla. o. R'y. Main Line trains for points
north and south, and with steamers on Lakfes Harris and Eustis; at Tavares with S. & L.
E. R'y. for Sanford and intermediate points: 'at Fort Mason with trains to and from
Umatilla. Altoona, Summit. Astor and ifterme.diappoints, leaving for Astor at 5-40 p. m.
and arriv in from Astor at 9 a. .t., both',day exce Sunday; at Laniers with steamers
on L ake G riffin ,


--RAILROAD CO.
Time Table No. 80-In Effect Thursday Octb-
ber 24, 10 a.m.
Ieave Jacksonville daily .................... 10 00amI
Leave Jacksonville Sunday...10 00am 2 vOpm
Lea e Jacksonville Saturday only ...... 4 COpm
Leave Pablo Beach daily, except Sun-
day 2 Wpma
Leave Pabio Beach Sunday.....1 03pm 4 -m=
Leave Pablo Beach Saturday 0 ly..... 8 00am
JULIUS HAYDEN, Supt.


, erci ,ts' liners' Tranortstion Comp'v
-FOR-

Ba/~r 7-n 0oC
Cabin, Jacksonville to Baltimore ............ 1815
lntermedtiate ., *: 1" ...... 15 65
Cabin WaL-hlnglon ........ 2010
"" P liladelphia ...... 21 70
Intermediate ,a...... 19 2)
,THE STEAMSHIPS ot this company are
appointed to sail from Savannah for Balti-
more as follows-city time:
WM. CRANE, Capt. G. W., Billups, TUES-
DAY, Jau. 7, at 5 p.m. ,
WM. 1 A.WRENCE. Capt. M. W. Snow, MON-
DAY, Jan. ,3, at 10 a m.
WM. CRANE Capt.G, W. Blilups, SATUR-
DAY. Jau 1, aRti p.m.
WM. LAWRENCE, Capl. I. W. Snow,
THU.;SDAY,Jan.23J,anta.m.
And frem Baitimore on the above named
days at8S p.m.
Through bills lsd!ug given toall polnlsWest,
all the manufactnrlug towns of New England,'
and to ports of tht United Kingdom and the
Continent.
0 I W.E. GUERARD, Agent.
k I 6B Bay Street, Savannah, Ga.


Pips, and Folders,
t sta'ion1 .otA named above, and for all information
(y Tiket" Office, No. 82 West Bay street, and at


For Books.
and detailed schedules showing times
regarding routes, rates, etc., apply at
Union Station.
D. F. JACK. C.
General Manager. Ass'


G. D. ACKERLY.
r, General Passenger Agent.


("XA'l\A7 Q l-I'r^V "i .41 PMposals for Public Bnllding.
V W 1 %.$1 d, l'.? ii SE'*LD BIDS for the erectloa of a county
By paying regular rent few years. by!co y fMonroe. e.it o oFlridaw lbes
loaned within 31 days from date shares are: re'etv"pat. the (,1ce icfthe i~unlty -lerk an.
issued. TlITnuhidav, February 6. 1S)(, It 7::j0 p.m.
For partlcalars address i Plans and speOjiL-QloaR cau be hlad on Ip-
L BERPNJAMIN I ploation lo s. Iorefles. B. B. W HALTON,
L.K. BENJA.MIN, Calrairn Cnuntiy Commissioners.
Tampa.Fla. Attest: GEU. .HULSON. clerk.


Garden Needs. Peas and Tomnalo Seedl
SiUGAR i'ORN.-Q LlAaH ANDCUcUMBEhB
,8seed. bean md melon sf~d, specialtle, fo%
the present rionlb. etds of tr)e abovt
rin wed sortliro m The very be at g low ers LJ
the Unllet Statea. Will give pattens an adf
vanage in way of prices. At Farmers' Aill.
ance Exchange ft-pot eof suppI Jack-on
vllle. ALBERT F. BOYCE & CO. v


Bird Plumes, Fun.g
Also keep fall supply of Leather,- Fmnaa,
WrapPing Paper, Paper Bags, twine 2a.R
119 W 1ay tR Jaeksonville, S


MONDAY, JANUARY 6, 1890.


THE iFLORIDA TIMES-UNIO


I OT0p to t~~~~
--TO--

To ixrists I
All Railroad and Steamship Tickets Ac
ceepted for-Passage.
--THE ELEGANT STEAMER-

JOHN SYLVESTER,
-OF THE ST. JOHNS RIVER-
"T~^ A "^S?* T "T-sT-M
Makes daily Round Trips (Sunday excepted)
Between
Jacksonville and Palatka,
-Landing at-
Green Cove Springs,
And on signal or notice at Hibernia, Mag-
nolia, Pioolata and Federal Point.
At Palatka connects with all steamers for
landings south of Palatka, Ooklawaha River
boats to Silver Spring, Halifax river to Day-
tona and Ormond. and Florida Southern
and Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Rail-
way.
Leave Wharf foot of Pine St.,
Jacksonville, at .................. 8:30 a. m.
Green Cove Springs ............. 10.15 a. m.
Arrive Palatka ................... 1-30 p. m.
LeavePalatka .................... 1:45 p. m.
Green Cove Springs ............. 4:80 p. m.
Arrive Jacksonville.............. 6:30 p. m.
FARE.
Jacksonville to Palatka ............... $1.25
Round Trip......................... 2.00
Second Class or Deck Fare.......... 65
Green Cove Springs................... 75
Round Trip...................... : 1.00
Deck Fare .......................... 50
We Carry no Freight.
For information inquire of
E. W. EBBETS,
74 West Bay St., Jacksonville.
R. J. ADAMS, Palatka.


Jacksonville, Tampa nd Key West System.

Schedules in Effect January 1,1890, Central Standard Time.


Henry M Stanley.

STA LEY, tho world's greatest explorer,
has just returned to civilization. No


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For Anastasia, the Jetties, Light-House
and South Beach,
Hourly on the even hours, from 9 to 5 stan-
dard time; half hourly Sundays. From King
street wharf, foot of Plaza, Sf. Augustine.
4). G. SHAIADS, Pass. Amt.
ALLEN WOOD, Gen'l Mar.


IT WILL PAY YOU
It You are Going West Or Northwest

TO WRITE TO ME,
As I Represent the
"T hrouXh Car Line and the Short Une.
'13- 3EC...- L.o.JS.L.,'S,
"The Travelers' Friend," 90 WestBay Street,
Transportation Row, Jacksonvlle, Fig.


Sabel Bros,

--Pay the Highest Priaes For-


lIDaoS,
Alligator XIRM~s


W. P. SUMNER,



Choice Butter Cheese,

Hay In Car Lots. RICe.


WHOT.,SATT.'F, ONLY.
Agent for Elgin Condensed Milk Go.
Agent for Cortland Wagon Oo.
54 West Bay Street.


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RAILROAD AND STEAMSHIP LINIS. .

Savannah, Florida and Western Railways
Time Card in effect November 17,1889. Trains will leave daily as follows ,
Fast Via I Vla Viaa Vi Va
STATIONS. Mail A. 0. L. A. C. L. Albany Albany. Jesup. IJ ip;
No. 14. No. 78. No. 66. qo 7. No. 14. No. 12 1o.,i4.
Leave Jacksonville .......... 7 00 a m I11pm 645pm 740pm 7W~am 8 15 pm 7 00SI
11 Ca llaha ......... ....I.. 7 35a m 2 00p mo 7 23p m 18 20 p m 7 35a m 9 10~p ro 7 35 si
66 G a nesvile ...... ...... ............... .......... .. ............... ............... .... .. 4 20p m .......... .....
SLake Cityl ................. .............. ... 1 . 7.. p. 10 4 a 5 0a 1 ... ............
L ive Oak.................. ... 1 p ........... .. ......... .0p m ...........
"6 Monticello,............. ... ... .......................411*4am****p***o7 30pm ............p




T h oas vl le .. .. ... ...... 1 2 4 *p m 2*5 m 1 26 05a m .. . . .. .;
*ri,4Waycross .............. 5 20a 4pm *r56am *ebsa m 9:::::::: am..;::::: 806pm 910ang::::



66 P h usiad lp ia............. 12 0M p m -36 50 no 50..... ...... ...... ...... ......p m ................ ......... a
Ae lbanyo ............... 5 5pm ............... 1 2 00 p m 15'05 a m .... .. 6

Js O rleans ................ .... 7 0 am 1 40pm ........"....... 52.m.7 ....... ........) 0.........
Valdosa......... 1... 0 a p m .............................4t6p 645a ........ 6 ....

14 S avannah .............. ..5p2l041a m 510"".:7.... .5p......................655 p .
It gCharlest een. ........ t0 e a d m No -or- ...m ,., ............. 12 pm .............

s o nvlll e a n d.Ne w Y o rk ............... I 6 1 0 a m 6 6ull 2 0 a . 3 p
Atlanta ..... .. ..................... 12 30lo, plu crn b0t40ep nm J10 2 oa n i e7 an 4
S. u t m n sp leep. m.......... tw ee ............a ............ ............ .... .. .. ,; .... ,.-,.
Wl m d ingto ........... 18 5 m 11hi e10t a m ...... p i s:ge n c e t r u; .. .
Mo stati n, or^ onbo.I... o. le.s.ine steam e ,....... 6P5am. 6 2.. m 645a 6..2p.
New UOUrlean ............. 0 a l.0m............ I.. ............... .......... .... 72 a m 70 n 5 m 70 a n








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--- THE ST. AIGUSTINE jROUTTE."-------*
Jacksonville, S. Augustine & Halifax River Railway1
Schedule In E..e. t January 5, 169.--Central Standard T/me.
+No.g +Jo.,2/ +N 1 *-T 'PI'ONi +No.? t ",-, fNn. 4
445sp 1i15p 815. .Lvmack v .eSF&W d. tAr P n... lzl, 2pa 6m -10a
a ti mo N o 17.p m 1 8 5am5 i.12 ,5':0m12., u-.. tJ.a 8.n O t.l a. '.
o f5 1Ppil a1el ph i m.. 8. 3 a0 m 3 0 P n t n a . . . . ..m. . ..4.5. .
N w 4Y r kp .. . . *9 1 0 m 6 Ba y 5 a rd ".q... . . . . 1 6.. . .
96 55Sp m "iL.'23N..p ..- 7902pa ............. 752 am 7 0 ......0 -.........
,110inci natiCm u300 o ... ...... ...... .. ........... 20a m t042 p m 4 2Be, 6 4p =
S t. n u 4.......... ... ....0........ .........= 1 N '. N o2 *N05 8 w 6 55 pi 7, 0. 5 ao ma
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4 $p m Windermere d ? Sm
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all poi ts.SuhT*0:1^ "10 ^ ^ .n la oRi^-lailr
W. L. tjtAWFORD, JD.TF. JACK, G.D n **KiRp y,
NnpGri uernd ten. dent n. Ganaeer, Ps. rgt.
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A WAR CLOUD.
& Burning Issae Between Chicago
and the State.
By Telegraph to the TiMES-UNioNa
CMCAGO, January 4.-A serious conflict
of authority is threatened between the state
and municipal authorities in this city. A
few days ago, under orders from the state
board of live stock commissioners, a lot of
"lumpy jawed" cattle were shipped from
Peoria to this city to be killed and
put into tanks to be burned into ferti-
lizers. The officers of the city board
of health reported that from the manner in
which the cattle were handled, they sus-
pected that a plan was on foot to slaughter
and sell them for beef. They succeeded in
preventing any such consummation. Yes-
terday the live stock commissioners made a
report on the subject to the government,
citing the state law to show that they were
authorized to do as they had done.
To-day Health Commissioner Wicker-
sham laid the matter before Mayor Cregier
and asked for instructions. The mayor
gave him orders of the most positive char-
acter to prevent all diseased cattle from be-
ing brought into the city on any pretext
whatever, even if it should be-
come necessary to violate the letter
of the state law in doing so.
He instructed the health commissioner that
if the state officers should attempt ta bring
in any more lumpy-jawed cattle, he should
prevent It at all hazards, and assured him
that he should have the assistance of the
entire police force of Chicago to carry out
his orders if necessary.
Went J)own With the Train.
5y Telegraph to the TIMEr-UNIOi 3
HALTu.TTSViLLE, Tzx., January 4.--Thurs-
day night a freight train on the San Antonio
and Arkansas Pass road went through the
bridge at this place. There were twenty-
two oars in the train and all fell through.
On the cars were a dozen men. Up to last
evening seven had been taken out, four of
them not seriously injured. Four have not
yet been recovered. It is reported that the
bodies of three dead men have been found
about seven miles below here, floating in
the river.
Fire on the Champasne.
BY Telegraph to the TIMES-UNIoN:1
NEW YoBx, January 4.-As La Cham-
pagne was about to leave port for Havre,
this morning, at 4 o'clock, a slight fire
broke out in her cargo of cotton, Some of
the female passengers became frightened,
and insisted on leaving the vessel, but the
majority remained cn board while the city
fire department were mastering the flames.#
The damage done was about $500. The
vessel has oeen delayed,
What Is more attractive than a pretty f6ace
with a fresh, bright complexion? For it use
Pozzonl's Powder.


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Nos. 1, 50, 51 and 52 Tlaily,


i, 6, 60, 61 daily.


Orange Belt Railway
From Jacksonville to the Gulf Coast and
Tampa Bay Points via F. 0. & P,, J.,T.
&K.W.,and St. Johns River Steamers.
No, 23. fNo. 66'.
8 80am ...... Lv Jacksonville Ar ...... 6'15 p m
10 85 ................. Palatka ................. 425 '
12 50 p T DeLand ................. 1 52
1241 ......Orange City Junction ...... 2 4 3
1 04 -. .....Ar Monroe (OB J'c'n)...... 1 42
12 46 ...... Lv ....... Santord ................. 2 00
1 10 .............-Monroe... ....... ...... 1 85
1 23 ............. Sylvan Lake .......... 1 25
1 51 ........... Palm Springs ........... 12 57 p m
2 45 ... ...Oakiand ................. 11 45
8 25 .... ........... M InneolF ............ ).1 2')
8 81 ...... C'lermont 4tThomas.1....ll 15
4 0o ...... Maseotte %Vllla 015) ...... 10 -N
4 &7 ...... Lacoochee (f. 0 & P)...... 9 43
5 81 ..4anAntoni0(StThomavt)... 9 0;3
6 55 ........... Tarron Springs ............ 735
7.10 .............. Sutherland .............. 7 20
7 26 ................ Dunedin ............. 7 05
7 86 .............C)p.qrwafer............... 6 55
:.8 30 ........... St. Peie-6.burg ............ 6 0 a m
2top twenty minutes at Oakland for dinner,
CONNECTIONS.
At Sautord-With J, T & K W Rallway for
Tavai"s and points on 8 & LE Railway with
South Florida Railway for all potnte on their
system, with St Johns river steamers.
At Lacoochee-With F. C. & P. R'y for all
points North, East and West via Jackson-
ville, Baldwin and Callahan, and Dade City
and Plant City, sou Lb.

MORGANLINE STEAMERS,
.,_. -- THE--
li 11 II AND A1?i !1
fi TM~lkI)1, THE AAAN^
Are appoInted fosall from NewOrleaus every
wednesday a m, St Petersburg Friday a m,
, arriving at Key West Scnday a m and -At
Havana Monday am. tfturnlng leave Ha-
vana Wednesday p m, Key West Thursday,
St Petersburg Saturday, arriving at New Or.
leans Monday a m.
Connection is made at St Petersburg with
the steamers MAKY DISyTON and OLIVZR
C. WILLIAMS for all points on Tampa Bay,
Lara Sola Bay and Manatee River Landlngis;
Tam paPalmaSole, Palmetto, Manatee, Braid-
entown, Heudrix,Blientown an-i Fogartyvllle.
These steamers carry the United States malls
between above polnls.
FRANK E. BOND, H. S. M .m o.
Supt. &G. P. A., OaklanO. Astt unut.
CHASE. DAVIES, U. T. A.


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The Magnificent Steamships of these llnes
are -appointed to sail as follows- standard
time: )
To New York.
City of Savannah ...........Wed, Jan 1, 2 00 p m
Kansas City.............Friday, Jan S, 4(0pm
Chattahoochee ........ Saturday, Jan 4, 4 30 p m
Nacoochee ............... Monday, an 6 HkN ,p ]
City of Birmingham, ... Wed., Jan 8, 6380 p m
CTty of Augusta ...... Friday, Jan 30, 8 00a m
Tallahassee ............ Saturday, Jan 11,. 9 M) a m.
Kansas City..............Monday, Jan 13, 10 n0la m
Chattahooche ..... ...........Wed, Jan 1,1, in m
Nacoochee. ................. Friday, Jan 17, 2Opm
City of Birmingham Sat'day, Jan 18, 3 00 p m
City of Augusta.........Monda, Jan 20, 5 0) p m
Talahassee ................ ... Wed., Jan 22, 7 00 p m
Kansas City ................ Friday, Jan 24, 8 00 a m
Chattaheochee ....... Saturday, Jan 25, 9 m a m
Nacoochee..................Monday, Jan 27, 1100 a m
City of Birmingham ...... Wed, Jan 29, 1 0J p m
City of Augusta ......... Friday, Jan 31, 3 03 p ra
To Boston.
City of Macon ..... Wednesday,,Jan 1, 130 p m
Gate City........... Wednesday, Jan 8, 6 00 p m
City of 31acoo.........Mouda ., Jan 1S. 9 30a32m
City'of Savannah... Friday, JanlV7, 1 lp m
Gate City .................. Monday, Jan 20, 430pm
City of Macon ........... Sunday, Jan 26, 9 30 a m
City of bavannah...,.... Wed., Jan 29,12 80 pm
To Philadelphia.
(This ship does not carry passengers.)
Dessoug .................... Tuesday, Jan 7, 6 OWpzm
Dessoug..................... .Friday, Jan 17. 1 80,p m
sessoug.. Monday, Jan 27, 10 30 a m
the" Ptalace8teamers vnL viaj!.i.u( wiu t$a
Savannah, Florida and Weinrj t:.i S
(Wayroiss Short LAne), offer to taa trov*lIz11
public and shippers advantages eq aled k" MB
other line. -
,Through TI ket5 and Bisa of I'aliiLi h; L. % f
toI pncpal poin K~to 1 K -n fri i
weat via Savannah. or MIca'rmaion z* *
rooms apply to
'C, 0 ANDERSK014, AxL.%;j h,
Clty xehanige Briia.er., ,
B. U WALKERB, Agwit
Pier 85 N. t., New York.,
RIbHAXDSON & BAUJK AB
Agents,'lewB' Whtarf BRctca
W' L. JAMES, Agent,
lt..8ast. hiladelphis.
J. D.HAASHAGIW Sa.aw u .,t,
S.,F. &W. By., 26i Broa-I 3.1, I
G. i. SORaBJIJLA General Managas.
HENlRY R. 0HRISTIAN, G. .S A.(,

-PABLO BEACH-


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Dissolution Notice.
BY MUTUAL CONSENr we have this day
dissolved ihe partnerihip heretofore ex-
isWing under the firm name of alomon &
LStocklon. Parties Indebted to Ihe late firm
will call upm Mr. J-linug Salomon Jackson-
ville Fla. JULIU-j SLOMON,
WILIAAM MSIOCKTON,
Jacksonv'lle, Fla., Dec. 31,18-.9.


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& PENINSULAkR R.,R.


"tailard Time Used.-Dec. 22, 18b9.
1I 7 18OUTHKRNH DIVISION. | 8 1 .4.
5 uu pi 11 3oa Lv Wernandioi Ar 6.- Pf 85l6
4, p,, : Ar p:ei Lvv iack lnvie A, b4 G p -7 3p
6.5 p'l2 np:Lv Oallahav, Z AI p;p 7 ,&
5 ,, pLv A Archen Ar L35a,
Il :" Ar Laovien Ar 3&.'1. 4 So
1 l 1p Ar WlTR?_ A 1S0 2 [ 10
l a 1! sa Ar W a~o pI 4rp S 5
12 '-i'a 4 Q1 p Ar HaWT'K. h Le Ar Mi' 2a
,taia 6 23 pl. Ar fi Ocala A! 4* pc- Ill41',,
4 30 a 6 26 pAr Wlldwood A .11_4 10 MI,t
&22 a 6 59 pAr LeesburX Arlll-a '5,f>
.6 00 a 7 30 p A Tavared Lvuirt im
9 10 a 915 pAr Or] 11rto T.,1 9 110 4 411.1IV
31 I11 1 TAMPA% DIVISION. 1 121 i
8001. 1 )riLv Ja(LBOOVille A~r 5650p 7S35-
4p 6 42 o4pLv Wildwooi Ar It 49a -900 p
5409 70lip Ar Planasokthe A~r 1 126a 7.30 p
620a AJ" Bututerville &1 7 05 p
,725&a 7 23p Ar St. Cathafiice Ar lII -a 530p
:_'f)a "Iqp Ar Lacoocbee AJ lo 3i7a 4 11-p
''nvia 0 p Ar DadeC'ity Ar i'lnuil 3 10 p
11 v5 1p 9 0lap Ar Platnt 0Ci7y Lv 9 151 311* p
23 1 12 1 CEDAkRK EY DIVISION,. I lI 124t
1,2 410) Lv Jac Eznorv IUe At 5350n
3.5.,p Lv Waldlo Arl *2 4vi pp
4 .1i, p Ar Ga~iceaville At l14%'p
5 -)1'p Ar Archet Lv 1 21 .5 p
v_1 *SP Ar Brorwon Ar I11 25" p
5 bu P Ax Cedar Key Lv 9n wu %
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TRAINS JACKSONVILLE, PALATKA, SANFORD, TAMPA AND PUNTA GORDA.
No. 5 No. 15 No 23 No. 78 No 66 NO. 10
[Except xcptExcept N ESTATIONS. No. 14 Except Except Except
!Sunday Sunday Daily. Sunday Daily. Sunday Sunday Sunday
........ 4 10pm 12 40pm 8 80am Lv. .Jacksonville. .r 6 30am 12 40pm 6 15pm .
........ 442pm 107pm 9 00am ..... Orange Park .... 5 56am 12 09pm 545pm....
........ 5 lOom ....... 927am ....... Magnolia ...... 5 24am 11 40am 518pmr
........ 5 15pm I 36pm 9 33am .Green Cove Springs 5 21am 11 37am 5 15pm ...... .
........ 605pmr 220pm 10 25am ........ Palatka ....... 4 25am 10 45am 5 25pm.
........ 642pm 11 05am ....... Pomona .... .. 3 37am 10 05am 3 38pmr .....
........ 6 55pm 3 llpm 11 16am ..... Huutington ...... 3 26am 9 55am 3 28pmr
........ 6 59pmr 315pm 11 21am .... Ores. City Ldg... 3 21am 9 51am 324pm
........ 717pmr 330pm11 89am ........-Seville ....... 3 02am 9 36am 3 03pm ...
........ 7 50pro ........ 12 llpm ..... DeLeon Spgs .... 2 23am 9 01am 2 31pm ....
...... 10p8 o 4 13pmo 12 30pmr.... DeLand Junoe.... 2 03am 8 44am 214pm
........ 822pm 4 23pm 12 41pm ..Orange City June.. 1 49am 8 30am 2 03pmro ..
........ 8 44pm 4 43pm 1 o4pm Honroe Juno. O.B.Ry 1 28am 8 08am 1 42pm ........
........ 9 00pmro 500pm 120pm Ar .... Sanford. ...Lv 1 15am 7 55am 130pro ........
4 05p Om 850am 15pm 1 45p-m Lv .... Sanford.....Ar 12 50pm 7 45am 1 00opm. 355pm
4 52pm 1 5 57pom 2 30pr 1r.. Winter Park. Lv 11 53pm 6 50am 12 05pro 2 30pr
55pm l15 0 2480m ......Orlando......140pm 6 40am 11 55ami 2 00p
6 00pm 11 4lam 6 50pm 3 28pm ......Kissimmee ..... 10 50pm 5 50am 11 lam 12 45am
........ ....... 8 42om 5503omi ....... Lakeland ...... 8655pm ........ 9 37am
........|........ 110 00pml 6 20pm |I........ Tampa ....... 1 7 30pm| .. ......'. 8 20am |I........
No.21 1ivl00p 905pm 5 55pm ........Bartow ....... 4 20pm ,lar 11 00a^ No. 22
Exopt ar 40 P........ 39pm. ....FortMeade ..... 330pm% lte ast 10 15a Exopt
Sun- ar530 pM......... 8 48pm ..... Fort Ogden...... I130pm. fay" ar 550a r Sun-
day. Lar630p1......... 925pmlAr..PuntaGorda..JLv]1250pml Ilv 500aJ day.
Connects at Palatka with J.,St:A. & H. R. R'r for St. Aug.ustin, Ormond. an
Daytona and with Fla. So. R y for Gainesville, Ocala, Leesburg. Eustis, Pemberton and
Brooksville; at Crescent City Landing with Crescent Oity Transfer Steamer for Cres-
cent City; at DeLand Junction with trains to and from Deand; at Orange City Junction
with A. & W. R. R. for Orange City, Lake lelen and New Smyrna; at Monroe and San-
ford with 0. B. R'y for Oakland, Tarpon Springs, Clearwater and Gulf Coast resorts;
at Tampa wilh Plant Steamship Line saying for Key West and Havana on Mondays,
Thursday and Saturdays, for Mobile on Tfesdays and for Maiatee river points daily; at
Punta Gorda with lKorgan Line steamers fpr Key West, Havana and New Orleans, and
with steamers for St. James Oitv, Fort Mlers, and'Punta Rassa, Trains Nos. 27 and 14
(West InaaFast Mail trains) carry Pulnian Buffet Sleeping,Cars between New York and
Port Tampa without change.


For the Ocklawaha River.
Through Line-Change of Sehedule.
Steamer Okeehumkee, A; N. Edwards,
master, will leave falatka Monday evening
at 7 o'clock, arrive at Silver Springs Tuesday
at7 p.m,, arrive at Leesburg Wed tuesday 8 a.m.
JReturning-Leave Leesburg Wednesdayat 4
p.m., Silver Springs Thursday 8 a.m., and ar.
rive at Palatka Thursday niht.
Second Trip.-Leave Palatka Friday 12
noon, arrive at Silver Springs Saturday 12
noon;
Returning--Leave Silver Springs Saturday
1.10 p.m,, arrive at Palatka Sunday night.
H. L. HART, R. J. ADAMS,
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1No. 23
Except STATIONS.
Sunday t
8 30 am Lv.. Jaclsonville .. Ar
10 35 am ....... P atka .........
12 30pm .... DeLabd Junoe.....
12 41pm ..OrangeCity Juno..
1 00pro ... Enterprise June...


No. 78 fo. 66
Except except
Sunday Sunday
12 40pm 6 15pm ...
10 45am 4 25pm.............
844am 214pm ........ .....
830am 203pm .............
818am 1 52Dnm


No. 27
Daily.
12 40pm
2 30pm
4 13pm
4 23.pm
440pm


4 -- - L ''" ""
........ ........ 449pm o 1 30pM ......E nterprise ....... 7 50 am 1 30p mr . .
........ ........ 5 06pm 1 55pm ........ OCteen ........ 708am 114pmo............
........ ........ 6 12pm o 327pm r...... La Prange ...... 5 12am 12 04p r :.. ..... .......
........ ......... 6 20pm 3 35pm Ar.... Titsville...J.Lv 5 00am 11 57am ........ ........
Connects at Palatka with J., St. . R. Ry. for St. Augustine, Ormond and
Daytona and with Fla. go. Ry. for .Gaine' ille, Ocala, Leesburg, etc,; at DeLand
June. toand from DeLand; at Orange Cty Juno. with A. &- W. R. R.; at Enterprise Juno.
with trains for Sanford and points south, and at Titursville with steamers on Indian
river (see schedule below) for Rockled~e,, Melbourne,, Jupiter and all 'intermediate
landings.


SCHEDUrES OF INDIAN RIVER STEAMERS.
STEAMER ST. LUCIE. | -sT-MER-GEORGIANA. -
Leaves Titusville ................... 6 00 am Leaves Melbourne ................... 5 00 am
Arrives Melbourne ............... 12 00 noon Arrives Jupiter......;............... 8 00 Dm
RETURNING. I On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays."
I, RETURNING,
Leaves Melbourne..........'.....12 00 noo. eaves Jupiter s 5 00 pn
Arrives Titusvilte ....... .............6 00 p ArrivesMelbourne ................. 8 0^pi
Above Daily Except Sunday.' Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
Connection is made at Titusville with trains of the J., T. & K. W. System to and
from all points North, and at iupiter wit J. & L. W. R'y for Jiim (8 miles). where
connection is made with th6 passenger st amer "Lake Worth" for Lake Worth, Oak-,
lawn. Fieulus. Hvpoluxn and all landings nn Luke Worth.





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ffirWANTED BRIGHT BOY, ABOUT
15, to lean shorthand and typewrit-
ing and do light office woik. Good -opportu-
nity for rignt boy. Call Tuesday between 10
and 12 a. m., 94 West Bay street.
$:0~81.0lM WANTED FOR 5 YEARS AT 8
Super cent, gilt-edge security. Address
Borrower, care Times-Union.
WANTED A STRONG, ACTIVE
W boy, from 16 to 18 years of age, to learn
the shoe business. Must reside at home with
his parents and come well recommended.
Address, in own hand writing, P. 0. box 796,
City.
KiWANTKU--E -Le-ALL KINDS. IF
--- you want employment and can furnish
good references, apply at office of the Bureau
of Immigration. E B VanDeman.
a -r-WAN TED-YOUNG LADY iENOU-
rapherand typewriter desires situa-
tion; well qualified;can assist in bookkeeping.
Inquire of A. B. Campbell, music store, Jack-
sonville.
lKarWANTED-TWO THOUSAND DOZ-
ea claret boltles,pints and quarts.Roo-
ert W. 81amms, wholesale liquor dealer, Jack-
sonville,Fla.
1j WANlTED-EXPERIENCED TRAV-
eling salesman tosell hardwarein Flor-
ida; address Hardware, care carrier No 70,
Post-office, Baltimore.


The most complete assortment of Carlsbad China, Toilet, Tea and Dinner Sets, Bo.
hemian Vases, Cuspidors, Lava Smoke Sets, Rich Out Table and Bar Glassware, Hotel
and Restaurant Supplies a Specialty, Artistic Lamps of All Descriptions.
S40We solicit your early inspection.






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EWS OF CITY AN D SUBURBS

CURRENT LOCAL EVENTS OF THE DAY
EPITOMIZED AND GROUPED.

Bits of Fact and Gossip Gathered on the
Street-What Has Happened and is
Going to Happen-Points Political
Personal and Booial-Men and Things

The United States court resumes session
this morning at 10 o'clock.
Duval lodge, No. 18, F. A. M., meets at 7
o'clock sharp. Master's degree.
The common council meets in regular&
session at 7:30 o'clock to-morrow night.
The criminal court of record of Duval
county meets this morning at 10 o'clock.
There will be over thirty cases arraigned
before the municipal court this morning.
Mr. W. 8. Walker, the well-known real
estate man, will return to Jacksonville and
resume active business in a few days.
The board of county commissioners of
Duval county will meet in its room in the
court-house at 10 o'clock Wednesday morn-
ing.
There will be a "weeping and wailing and
gnashing of teeth" in many a Jacksonville
household tu-day, for the holidays are over,
and the public schools begin this morning.
Everything connected with the prepara-
tion for "The Patriarch" initial ball is com-
ing on finely, and the St. James to-morrow
night will be the scene of one of the grand-
est social events that has ever been given in
Jacksonville.
To-day is the feast of Eoiphany, in which-
the Roman Catholic and Episcopal churches
commemorate the manifestation ot Christ
to the Gentiles, as shadowed by the visit of
the three kings of Orient. Divine service
will be held this morning at the usual
hours.
Rev. S. D. Paine of the Ocean Street
Presbyterian church preached to two large
audiences yesterday. The special New
Year's service in the evening was highly
S interesting and particularly well attended.
Mr. Harry Davis led the singing with the
cornet as usual.
The citizens of Jacksonville should bear
in mind the fact that they have not been
called upon this year to contribute anything
in the way of financial support to the Sub-
Tropical exposition. They should there-
fore be liberal buyers of souvenir tickets
for the opening day.
The .classes of the Jacksonville Choral
union reassemble to-day at the Bradford in-
stitute, for ladies at 3 p. m., gentle-
meh at 7 p.m., standard time. Mr. Edward
Paine, the director, states that after this
week he will receive no more pupils for the
union. Persons who can being should there-
fore apply at once.
Colonel D. 0. Allen recently general
passenger agent of the South Carolina rail-
road, has been appointed general freight
and passenger agent of the Cumberland
route. This route operates the steamer
City of Brunswick, and extends from
Brunswick to Fernandina over a delightful
and picturesque inland passage.
The first regular appearance of the newly-
organized vested choir of St. John's church
last evening was a successful one. There
were twenty-four choristers who sang well
and whose behavior was praiseworthy.
Mrs. Weldon-Lund played with all her
wonted skill, and the service was a very
hearty one. The rector, Mr. Shields, has
decided that the vested choir shall sing at
all services hereafter.
To-night is the time set ,for the mysteri-
ous "swapping social," and Rev. and Mrp.
8. D. Paine, assisted by the ladies of the
Ocean street Presbyterian church, will re-
ceive their friends at the parsonage, at the
corner of Ocean and Adams street. All
will be cordially welcomed, and while en.
joying a social evening a good cause, the
work of improving the manee, will be mate-
rially helped. The Ladies' Aid society has
_ takengupon itself the work of making the
S renessary improvements to .the manse.
Wzeighbt From New,York.
The Jacksonville consignees per steam-
ship Nacoochee, which left New Yorkat 4
p. m. January 1, freight reaching Jackson-
ville at 4:30 o'clock yesterday morning via
S. F. & W. railroad are Benton & Upson H.
Drew & Bro.. G. H. Farnham, W. A. Hal-
lowes, E. Mulrennan,' Merriday & Paine,
Marvin, Denham & Co., H. B. Plant. Riley,
Groover & Co., B. L. Williams, Williams &
Clark Fertilizer Co., John Wedding. Salo-
man & Stockton.
ST, AUGUSTINE ACADEMY,
Francis M. Wright, A. M.. Principal,
This institution offers to the youth ot
both sexes over twelve years of age a thor-
ough education of a high class character.
Terms $60 a year, or $20 a term. The en.
suing term commences January 6, 1890.
Further information may be had by address
ing the principal. *
Attention. Hotel Men.
r\ Hotel proprietors about to open theii
hotels and in need of reliable northern help
may secure cooks, stewards, waiters, bar.
tenders, etc., by addressing Edward
Kramer, 22 Quincy street, Chicago. Refer.
ences: Mr. J. M. Lee, Indian River Hotel,
Rook Ledge, Fla., the Hotel World, Chics.
go, and scores of northern hotelkeeperrs,
Slate wages when ordering. *
Excursion Tickets
Bought and exchanged at Mulford's Rail-
road Ticket Agency, 73 West Bay street
Jacksonville. Reduced rates made to al
points. Established sixteen years. A. 0
Lamphere, Manager. *
For this gala week great reduction in rat<
9 on steamer John Sylvester. See "ad." fo]
route. A one-way fare for round trip. *
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OLD RIP Plug Tobacco is the popular
chew. *
Masquerade Hop.'
Brooks' Academy, Tuesday evening, Jan-
uary 7th, 1890. Good music and programme
Admission, gent and lady, $1. Prizes fox
the most original costume. *
Florlda House, St. Augustine, Fla.
One of the largest and most desirably lo
cated hotels in the ancient city. Modern in
its appointments. The terms are $3.00 and
14.00 a day. Arrangements can be made by
te week or season. *
*
The celebrated OLD RIP Tobacco is man
ufactured by Boykin Seddon & Co. *
W. T. Delaporte, baker and confectioner
Bread shipped to all parts of the state a
short notice. Wedding cakes a specialty
Also agent for Fleischman & Co.'s Comrn
pressed Yeast. Hotels and stores sup
phlied. *
If you want a good chew of tobacco as]
your dealer for OLD RIP. *

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Dinners at THz TRAVELES. *
Travelers will find Topaz Cinchona Cor
dial a specific for the cure and preventoi
of manifold diseases and complaints cause<
by change! of climate, food and water, *
Chew the celebrated OLD RIP Tobacco.
CUT l ATE".
Railroad and steamship tickets bought
sold and exchanged by B. F. Jarboe, mem
ber of the A. T. B. Association, 67 Wes
Bay street, Jacksonville. Fla. Cor. solicited
4; AUCTION SALE.
We m ill sell at auction to-day
S saturday, January 4, 1S90, im
front of our store, 32 West #Sa3
street. a consignment of 50 bar
rels Pillsburi's best flour; sale
at 10 a m. Julius Siager & Co.
Auctioneers. *


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JOB N O'NEIL.
ilanuxacturer ana Dealer im .
BUonschand Plain Lumber,
Mouldings aid BracKetts-
All kinds of BScrolled Sawing and Xtrnad
Work. hlved and Sawed Cypress Bhluglt
Fencing. Lallis, Fruit and Vegetable Crale
-ate. Seasoned Lumber always or. hand.
A4*AIl order Illed with promptness n6
flixiatmb,
Pure Native Wines

From Vineyards.
Martin's Scuppernong, Urbana Wine Coas
Catawba, California Port and Sherry at 81-0
per gallon. Straight Whiskies direct from
distillers' warehouse. Gibson's, Mount Ver.-
non Montrose, Mattirgty's, Boherty's, Wa-
then's Peach, Apple aud California Bran-f,
Wallis' Custom house Segars, Drum Major
and Game Cock tobacco.
Wholesale and Retail.
W M. BYRNN
10 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.

0-. ,. 1E MILLINERY, DRESS GOODS, TRIMMINGs


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Mallby, Ellis & Albetson,
Commission Merchants.

Southern Frui ts & Vegetables.

334 Greenwich St.,
NEW YORK.

The B nk of Harlem, N. Y. City.
H.'B, di treet's Mercantile Agency, 3N.Y. City.
T. K a mll, President GanseVoort Bank,
N. Y. City.
A. E. G. BETT & CO1
(Suoccssot to E. E. Rooker & Co.)
Freshly Roasted Coffees, Teas, Spices,
Baking Powder, Extracts, Blueing, Paper
Bags, Etc.. Etc. No. 28 Ocean street, Jack-
sonville, Fla.


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XItSCELWANEOUS.
iM 19OTICE TO SHIPPERS-THE HOW
Sof departure for freight trains on i
J., St. A. & H. River Railway has *be
changed to 7 a.m. All freight must be d,'
livered for shipment by 5 p.m. onthe day p-
vious. G. C. Floyd. Agent.
r -ARTIES DESIKlINw CAPAB
S and trusty help apply at the office f
the Bureau of Immigration, to E B VanD
man.
nri$35 'OR 8ILK BANDED PARLOR
Suites: Cha!, ber suites 818; 89 for bed
lounges; 85 for single. Call or write; Red.
mond's. 82 E Bay.


i SEtUtAGUB PEKSoNS WANTING
- storage can be accommodated at ny
warehouse, near Way cross depot. FP A.
Robinson.


WANTS.
aONE AGENT IN EACH STATE FORB
B Canadian Fireproof Boot Paint; hard
as slate, large profits. D. Bell, Brampton,
Ontario.
iiw-WANTED--AN ENERGETIC AND
- competent young man of experience
in the business to sell a first-class sewing
machine at wholesale in Florida. State age,
experience and references, and lowest pay
wanted. P. 0. box 430, Atlanta, Ga.


W PHOSPHATE LANDS LOCATED,
fInspected and bcukht on co-eperatiyeq
plan by D. D. Rogers, civil and minig engi-
neer, Ocala, Fla Opposite Ocala house. '
lrBABIES QUICK AB A WINKLE
Havens. LeandingPhotofra ober.


JELLY DISHES,
ICE CREAM SETS,
OYSTER PLATES.
TEA-POT STANDS,.
TOM AND JERRY SETS,


BERRY SETS,
TETE-A-TETE SETS, ,
BREAD AND MILK SETS,
BONE DISHES,
OLIVE DISHES,


CHOCOLATE JUGS,
FANCY JUGS.
ROSE JARS,
BISCUIT JARS,
FISH SETS.


&-9 WAINTED-LADIES AND yfl.jNTLE-
I-I men to introduce our spring line of
gloves on salary; sampks free; expenses ad-
vanced" Address with stamp, Royal Glove
Co, Cincinnati, 0.
RiN PENNSYLVANIAN, AGE 6, COL-
- leglate edu(atlon, six years' business
experience, excellent references wants place;
moderate salary; competent shorthand and
typewriter; can furnish typewriter (Reming-
ton). Daniel F Anoona, care N M Folsom,
Newnanuand Adams streets.


We Want to Buy

100,000 Green Salted Alligator Skins,
50,000 Bird Skins, 10,000 Otter Skins, 100.000
Raccoon Skins, 10,000 Fox Shins, 20,00
Wild Cat, Opossum and Skunk Skins, 100,000
Cow Hides, also Deer Skins, Sheep Skins,
Goat Skins, Buckskins, Wool, Beeswax, etc:,
for which we will pay the highest market
value. --
We pay all express charges on Furs an-l
charge no commission or other expenses
(except freight) on other goods shipped to
us. Prompt Remittances made. ;


W MANAGER WANTED WITH SOME
capital in paying business in Florida.
Address P. O. box 188, Jacksonville, Fla.
W WANTED EXPEEIkNCED DRY
goods and notions salesmen. Cohen
BroR.


nt.-6ALESMEN WANTEiD AT ONCE- A
-- few good men to sell our goods by
sample to the wholesale and retail trade. n We
are the largest manufacturers in our line in
the world. Liberal salary paid. Permanent
position. Money advanced for wages, adver-
tising, etc. For full terms address Centennial
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111.
&-afWANTED-THE PUBLIC TO KNOW
S that legal documents specifications,
plans, maps, letters and circulars, autograph
or type-writing copies reproduced on the
'Neostyle." J1or further particulars call on
or address G corge W Frazer, Jr., 22 West Bay
street. P. 0. box 56.


FOB NAJE. I
on-HFOR LALE NINE VALUABLE
_ tracts of land in St. Johns and Duval
ounies. Original confirmed Spanish
grants from first hands-fine property in
good locations, price $6 to $50 an acre, taxes
paid and no encumbrances. Orangegrove on
Crescent Lake, St. Johns county, 453 sour
budded in tangerines, began bearing this
year. Price $3,^OC-access by, rail and waier.
Four tracts of and, 25 acres, at Naples, Lee
county; 40 acres Fort Ogden, DeSoto county.
and 40 acres Bartow Folk county, cleared and
uncleared, easy access by rail and water,
prices moderate. Block No 16, 6 lots Villa
Mitchell, a suburb of Tallahassee. Prices
moderate. Four cottages on lots 26 and 26
Union street. block 5, Burbridge's addition to
haVlila, Jacksonville. One lot near bar-
rack's basin in St Augustine. Apply for in-
formation or purchase to Charles E Poujaud,
No 13I W Monroe street, P 0 box 487, Jack,
souville, Fla.
&.- FOB SALE-A WELL ESTABLISHED
MU and well equipped grocery and meat
business comoinea in rit4ugustlue. Address
box 777, St. Augustine, Fla.
IAU PHOSPHATE LANDS--I OFFER
- for thirty days half interest in valua-
ble tract of land with rich phosphate beds
and large mineral springs near Hawthorn;
address JE Butts, Hawtuorn, Fla.


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Jacksonville
Marble Comp'y
DEALERS IN
Monuments, He a d-
stones, Grave Bor-
, ders, ,
S--And all Manner of-

Marble and Granite
10 Work,


STen Thousand Dollars in Souvenirs
*A
To Be Given Away
On the Grand Opening of the
-Florida Sub-Tropical-

EXPOSITION,
Thursday Afternoon, Jan. 9, 1890.
See Sunday's TIMES-UNION for full list of
souvenirs. /
Tickets good for admission to grand open-
ing of the exposition only.
List of Judgesto Award Souvenirs: Gov.
George F. Drew, Dr. Joseph Y. Porter, W. A.
MacDuff, J.BR.Tysen,A. W. Cookrell, Jr., T.
S. Wilmarth, T. T. Stockton.
"1 Pd 20,000 Tickets Sold
At, $1.00 Each.

Tickets can be Purchased as Long
as they Last at the Follow-
ing Places in this City only:
W. B. Barnett, W. C. Pittman,
J.Gumbinger, A.B. Campbell,
W A. Dell, Geo. Hughes,
Cook & Martin, A. P. Fries & Co.,
LouisL aens, Me rryday Paine,
C. M. de Huau, J. R. Tysen & Co.,
KohnFurchgott & Co.,Duval hotel,
Oreenleaf & Crosby, Tremont house,
Marx Bros St. Jamc s hotel,
Marvin,Denham & Co.
And at Secretary's office, Exposition
Building.
Don't Neglect this Opportunity
Or You'll be Too Late to Secure a
SOUVENIR TICKET.
SB/F.DILLON, J.M. 0HUMAOHER,
President. treasurer.
M. B. MORAN, Director-General.
8OLON A. ADAMS, Secretary.

Eye, Ear,

Nose'and Throat.
Professor Henry Olin, M.D.. of Chicago, Ill.,
will be at the Tremont hotel. Jacksonville
Fla., the last Wednesday aund' Thursday of
each mobth for the purpose of treating all
diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat,
whether surgical or otherwise Prof.- Olin
has had twenty years practice as an operator
and lecturer in one of the hospitals and col.
leges of Ohicagoandwould give the people the
benefit of his large experience. Consultation
free. Reference Messrs. trawn and Powell
of the firm ofFalrhead, Strawa and Co.


--3o:K- SteLe--
0 2'' ';...'
In East and South Florida-, adapted to
cultivation of Oranges and all kinds ofT
,cal Fruits, Sugar Cane Rice, etc.
Price, $1.25 Per Acre and Upwarda
. Full information and circulars fo.-warehd
on application. Address, ,._.
805 Walnut St., I'ladtiphtl., v'a.
Pine& Forwwtb atg Tn tarj.nirl, N


w--FOR SALE-- CHEAPEhST ORANGd;
- grove In this state lor the price, t3,000;
six acres over five hundred good trees, eight
years old, in city limits, close to depot; crop
of about three hundred boxes included; S N
Harris, the owner- Minnesota ave, West De
Land, Fla.


m fiFOR SALE-A VERY FINE ORANGE
I grove. continuing about 1,000 choice
buddea trees just coming into bearing; lo-
cated directly on railroad and only a few
hundred feet from station; portion of the
grove fronts on a large lake and near steam-
boat landing. Address John B. King, San-
ford, Fla.


Mica Paint Company,
S S30 OCEAN"' STREET.
SReady-mixed paints, varnishes, and paint.
ers'.supplies. The celebrated"Mica" pint,
the cheapest and best for all outdoor work'i
specially adapted tor this climate.
Correspondence solicited,


Also Wire and Iron Fencing,
Galvahized Poultry Netting,
rtarm and Lawn Fences, Gates.
Ptc., sold at Wholesale. send
for Price-llst.


-FOUR ALE-ONE HUNDRED nIMP-
ty whisky barrels in good order.
Wanklyn & Co,


Wi 'TO HOTEL KEEPERd AND OTHERS:
s The "Plaut Hotel, Tampa, Fla, will be
sold to the highest bidder on January 7,1890.
neFOR SALE-SIDFrWHEEL PABSEN.-
I ger steamer "Flora," eighty-four feet
long, eighteen feet beam, draws two and a
halt feet water; fully equipped and in good
condition; will be sold very low to a cash
purchaser; cause for selling, owner has no use
for her; address P. 0 box 624, Jacksonville, Fla.


M. R. MORAN,
Director-General.
W. B. YONG,
Marshal.


Wire Mats, Mantles and Grates
A Specialty. Send for Catalogue.


ACKSONVILL .
Soap and Fertilizer Compan
Manufacturers of finestlaundry, family ana
toilet soaps. Fertilizers, pure ground bons
and disinfectants. Bonuethaus' orange trees
emulsion. Price list on application. Tallow,
grease and bones bought in any quantity, at
market rates. CollectiSons mano in towa
daily, P.O. Box 55, Factory, Jacksonville,
Fis-


a;W-FOR SALE-ON DUVAL S1REET--
- The cheapest residence in the city.
Gifford &Pearce, 82 Y W. Bay.


rSaFOR SA LE-150,000 FEET OF GAL
s, vanlzed wire poultry netting at cost;
send for price list. Jacksonville Marble Co.


M-gFORK SALE-1 HAVE FOR B ALE
-- bargains in improved and unimproved
city and suburban property, J.S. Smith, jr.,
corner Bay andNewnan streets,


Shoes, Shoes, No 29 W. Bay,%t.


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An elegant assortment of fouteax in
Men's, Boys', Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Shoes can be seen at No. 29 West Bay St.
My motto is the old reliable, quick sales and
small profits. Prompt attention given to
all maillor~eis. H. E. CLEVEl^AID,
"29 West BayiSt., ,aeftiksaville, IF1


FOR SAUE-COAL, BttICK, AND
cypress shingles, at Astor's wharf, AI.
abama Coal Co.


STOB BETBS.
2WFOR RENT--UPPER FLOOR COET-
a3 listing of 4 rooms suitable for light
housekeeping; 147 W Ashley street.


B-HOUdE FURN1i6HED GURNEKt
-W'hird and Main streets Springfield;
willrent three months; $30 per month; F W
Lake, First National bank.
a.-.ar+y'o'0tW N. 68 W BAY8T, &NDOF-
IZ flces for rent; inquireof ElI Robinson,
64% W Bay street.


W-,?FOR RENT-6J-AUiE T''UCKL FARM
adjoining city limits. A.LeBourveau,
agent for G B Grlffin, room 4,Bostwlck block.


-m FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED
tW rooms to rent; finest in the city; terms
moderate. M. E. Afford, toe Bristol, East
Bay street.


rTU 'O RENT--tOUs5E CORNER LIBER-
ty and Church streets' Apply to Wm.
Byrne 10 West Bay street.


For Sale or Exchange
For City Property-317 acres of the
finest hammock land, 1,500 bear-
ing orange trees, 10,000 sweet and
sour orange seedlings, 40 acres of
wild grove. Barrs & Clark.

For Sale or Exchange
For City Property-55 acres of
land and 1,100 bearing orange
trees on the St. Johns River about
85 miles south of Jacksonville. If
you want a bargain call at once.
Barrs & Ctark.

We have for sale half interest in
some of the finest lands in South
Florida. They are from a quarter
to three miles from railroad, with
another railroad nOW building
through them, with almost a cer-
tainty of a station being put on the
lands. Four small but nice groves
on different places. Lake fronts.
Not an acre of waste land. This
is a fine chance for party with
money. Write for particulars.
BARRS & CLARK. Agts.
oms 2 &a 3 First Nationa Bank Blid g.
Jacksonville Florida


I -b'Ots RENT-FINE OsTORBP, ON BAY
3 street with plate-glass iront, nearly op-
posite post-office; terms moderate; apply to
A. P. Fries & Co...


NS, LACES, KID GLOVES; i
PARASoiA,SILK UMBRELLAS, ZEPHYrS
And All Material for Fancy Work,
No 59 West Bay Street, Corner -of Lauip,
Jacksonville, Florida.


PARK OPERA HOUSE.
AL. G. FIELD & CO.'S
Majestic Minstrel Combine,
OF EUROPIAN AND A MERIOAN NOVELTIES.
Monday and Taesday, January 6 and7.
LEONZOthe Egyptian Wonder Worker.
Musical Knife Grinders. Eduard Estus, the
German Equilibrlst. Richard Vender, the
Human Corkscrew. THE NEW MILITARY
ENCAMPMENT FIRSr PART. The original
burlesque, "Big Lord Fauntleroy." The
Dancing Muskeleers. The Statuary Clog
and Ancient Roman sports.
To be wise is to wait for AL. G. FIELD &
CO.'s "Giant League of Mirth
and Majestic Marvels."
Seats on sale at Dell's Drug Store,
John Clark, Son & Co.,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,
Commlsalon Merchants, Wholesale and Retail
Dealers In
Groceries and Provisions.
oalHay, Grain, Wines, Liquors.
Tobacco and Cigars, t
W e are agen a or pure Canada Malt (ex-
port) Lager Beer, bottled by James Everard,
New York. Plllsbury's Best XXXX Flour,
Kirk's Soap, Lucy Hintvn Tobacco, and Du.
pout's Gun Powder. Eggs ana Poultry re-.
cerlved daily.


BOARD.
g-ROOM AND BOARD 81-50 A DAY AT
47 Aaams. cor. Market st.
WaTO LXT, WITH BOA&U--HANjD-
som e fooms; 72 Laura street, St. James
Park;


Madison Brick Co,
Equal to Any In Florida. Save Money.
Correspondence Solicited. Estimates
Promptly Furnished.
W;S. JORDAN, Manager, Madison, Fla,
T. H. WILLARD, Hartrldge's stables Jcerk-
onvlle Agent.


MISCJEILAN EOUS.
-SATTENTION, IN VESTORS !-THE
- owner will sell half Ilnterest in sixty-
two choicest lots in Winter Park, Florida, for
s1,254lcash In order to make land free from
indebtedness. 1hias is an elegant speculation.
Address M D, lock box 26, Winter Park, Fla.


IRRIGATION.
Parties wishing to Irrigate cannot do better
than correspond with A. L. JONES, propre
tor Cypress Tank Factory, Palatka, Fla. Nowv
factory. newmachinery and comapetent m n


v DAILY EXCUAtION-THE HAND
.,-E ome naphtlbayacht Sunshine leaves-
',Tones' boat-yard neir postoffice daily except
Sunday 11 a.m.. for Marie rove, reluraig
1 p.m. The most pleasant sail in the sur-
roundIlngs of Jacksonville. Round trip 50
cents. T3e boat can be chartered for the af-:
lernoon.


SREMEMBEfR L-UKGERT 8 GALLERY
I I is thb middle one on Bay between
Laura and Hflogan streets. He takes your ple-
lures as quica as a winl r, with expressions
most atiural and beautiful. Prices moderate
and satIsfactlon guarantec-d. 71T WBay.


Ira-NOTICE TOdHIPPEiR-s-iCHOUNER
d- H. 8. Laufir will sail for Jacetonville
about January 6th. Grav. Ireled & oo.. Bal-
timore Agents. J. G. Christopher, Jackson-
vlle agent_


THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNIO0


Novelties.


Carnival

PROGRAMME.

January 10, 1890.
The populace of Jacksonville and all Flor-
ida, en masque, are expected to form in
procession at city park promptly at 6:30
o'clock p. m., Friday, January 10, 1890, and
march down Laura to Bay street, thence to
Pine, where all shall be drawn up in line on
either side of the street as far out towards
the Sub-Tropical as the requirements de-
maud.
The king (Rex) and his attendants will
enter the city at the foot of Newnan street
promptly at 7 o'clock and be conducted by
the marshal and his aides without delay,
with due pomp and ceremony, to the foot of
Main street, where the mayor and city offi-
cials will receive him, extend a formal
greeting and welcome, and then turn over
to his custody the keys of the city by
which act he will be clothed with authority
during the remainder of the night.
SPassing under the arch, Rex will march
up Main street, the various sections of the
masqued procession falling in in proper
order behind him. The procession will
then take up the line of march as follows :
Up Main to Duval. out Duval to Hogan,
down Hogan to Monroe, from Monroe to
Julia, down Julia to Bay, up Bay to Mar-
ket, up Market to Duval, out Duval to
Laura, out Laura to State, out State to
Main, up Main to the Sub-Tropical, where
the queen (Regina) will be enthroned to
receive Rex and the people. There will be
six maids of honor in attendance upon the
queen (Regina).
At the Sub-Tropical enclosure the finest
pyrotechnic display ever witnessed"in this
state will take place, and can be seen with
splendid Effect from the grand stands and
grounds of the association, which entertain-
ment will consume about two hours. The
festivities of the day will close with a bril-
liant masque ball in the main building of
the Sub-Tropical.
PETER JONES, 1
J. A SMITH, I
W. A. DELL, Com.
. L. FUECHGOTT, I
T. T. STOCTON0, J


Holiday


CHEAP ADVERTISING
CASH IN ADVANCFX

oeCent aWold,



Aavertsmnts undef a ssifid Heads in 9NO
olumn wt be inserted at, the uniform rate oj
One e a Word each inertion. No advertis-
nents less than Twent Oft". Oash in advance
each insertion.


RAYMOND D1.KNIGHT& C,9.

(Successors to Mumby, Stockton & Knight.)

13 WEST BAY AN D 14 AND 16 WEST FORSYTH STS.


French, German and Bohemian




China, Glassware


We issue no general catalogue of Holiday Goods. The vast variety eand ever-chang;
ing character of this stock-embracing the latest styles from every manufacturer of note-
precludes even the possibility of our doing so. If you are coming to the city kindly call
and inspect.4 We have in stock ready for delivery .... i,


SUB-TROPICAL

-E22c-osition 0



Programme for Opening Day,
JANUARY 9TH, 1890.
The procesion will form on Laura street
with right resting on Duval, prepared to
-move, under command of Major W.B.Youngl
marshal, at 1:30 p. m. sharp, and will march
in the following order:
Police Escort.
Marshal and Aides.
Band.
Governor Fleming and Staff.
Military.
State College Cadets.
Governor's Cabinet.
Sub-Tropical Directors and Invited Speak-
ers,
Sub-Tropical Ex-Directors.
Committee on Award of Souvenirs.
Judiciary.
Federal Officers.
Board of County Commissioners.
County Board of Health.
City Board of Health.
Commissioners of Pilotage,
Mayor and City Council,
Board of Public Works.
Board of Police Commissioners.
SSanitary Trustees.
The Press.
Board of Trade,
Band.
Grand Armyof the Republic and Confeerate
Veterans.
Trades Procession.
Transportation Companies' Cavalcade.
Old Volunteer Firemen.
Fire Department.
Those who intend to participate are expect-
ed to be in position by 1 o'clock.
The line of march will be as follows:
Down Duval to Hogan, down Hogan to
Monroe, down Monroe to Julia, down Jul'a to
Bay, down Bay to Market, up Market to For.
syth, up Forayth to Main (Pine), out Main to
the Sub-Tropical building.
The uniform price of admission will be 81,
each souvenir ticket entitling the holder to
admission as many times on that day as de-
sired.
The awarding of souvenirs will be conduct-
ed by the committee in charge on the band
stand, in center ef main building, the draw-
ing to begln at the close of the speaking
(about ha- f past four) andto be continued un-
interruptedly ill the souvenirs are all
awarded. ,
Residents along the line of the route of the
procession are requested to decorate their
buildings.


Unheard of Bargains
---IN----
Mens', Youths' and Children's Full
Tallor-Made Clothing at G. Mess', 11
W. Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. *
SWe are determined to sell our new and
large stock. The goods must be sold at
remarkable sacrifices. We buy for cash,
sell for cash only and can undersell any one
of our so-called competitors. We will com-.
mence to-day the greatest Slaughter in fine
Clothing ever seen in this state. Look at our
prices. No blowing or deceiving, but the
plain truth only, and everything guaranteed
as represented or money cheerfully re-
funded:
No. I-A fine Importbd wide wale black
Suit, in either sack or out-away, for only
$11.50; double elsewhere at a so-claimed
bargain for $20.
No. 2-An elegant Business Suit, strictly
all-wool, in either sack or frock, for only
$8.75. '
No. 3-A handsome Dress Suit in Wors.
ted imported goods, strictly all-wool, for
only $14, The suit cannot "be duplicated
elsewhere for less than $21.
1 FACTS.
No. 4-The best all-wool boy's Suit, sizes
13, 18, only $6.75.
No. 5.-A fashionable young man's out-
away Suit, in either wide wale or basket
cloth, for only $12.75. This suit is strictly
all-wool,
No. 7-A nice child's Suit, sizes 4, 14, the
prettiest Suit in the city, only $3.25.
Remember these goods were bought for
spot cash at about 50cts on the dollar, and
we give the public the benefit of our pur-
chase. The goods must be sold. Gallaad-
be convinced. Remember the place,
G. HESS, The Leading Clothier, .
11 W. Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla.


Holiday Presents-

The close approach of the holidays ren-
ders it advisable to call the attention of our
customers to the advantage of making an
early examination of our complete lines of
suitable goods for Christmas gifts. Our
facilities for buying are such as to enable us
to offer our customers special inducements.
Our place of business will be found open
throughout the evening, enabling people to
look about at their leisure and inspect care-
fully the goods we have on exhibition.


C. E. PONTIER &CO.

151 Spring street, New York.
Branch Houses: Jacksonville, Florida,
Tampa, Florida. ,


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COMPANY IES.
Florida Land & Improvement
A G 0. 0. and Okeachobee
Land Company.
ZimSimmee Land Companys
2,500.000 AC. BB "


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C. Ag 9y I

Now is the Time
To make your Invest-i
ments in city andsuburba
Real Estate.
My list embraces brick
blocks and vacant lots iD
business centers.
Improved and unim-
proved residence property
in all parts of the city and
suburbs. Prices are at rock
bottom, so call at old "49"
and make your selections
while the bargains last.
Money to loan on cOlt
property at reasonable
rates.
Telfair Stocktonr
49 WEST BAY STREET,.
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