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Title: The Florida daily times
Alternate Title: Daily times
Florida times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Jones and Barbour
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla.
Creation Date: January 4, 1882
Publication Date: 1881-1883
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 29, 1881)-no. 368 (Feb. 3, 1883).
General Note: Publisher: Charles H. Jones, <1882>.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Related Items: Florida weekly times
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JACKSONVILLE, WEDNESDAY JANUARY 4, 1882.


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'-- ..I those case with that of Guitcau with a T r N the foundation of property, and contar six months before the Declaration of Indep e DRtY. GOO
,1 THE rIAN ASSASSIN. view to denostrating that if the 'Commit- KILLED WHILE ESCAPING. to assurances on the faith of which Parlia- -EATH IN THE FLAMES, smnths Duri the waratiowngo it DRY -00DS.
S," ,,, I ments ref ercd to were justly made Guiteau ment was advised not to provide for com- ; pe 11nc. D th war f t
I --- must be likewise in, s,,. A.,,.., _, the phy- pensatiori to landlords; that the antecedents ; held its meetings wherever the army hap- OL ID A Yi
"- I I "ROW D -N O UR Tp sicians whon it is 1 ..... I 1, ,1 be called I of many of the assistant Commissioners i opened to be, and frequently after a hard T
I to the stand aNtehose upon whose Certifi- A TERRIBLE AFFAIR IN A do not insure an impartial judicial exer- FURtHER DETAILS OF THE day's battle the brethern would assemble
,' YESTERDAY. cotes Beggis ws committed to the isane TEXAS TOWN. cise of thcir functions; that the Commis-B eg OI0 DISASTERw around the mystic altar and renew their C h B th rs'
asylum, It wille remembered that Beg- sitoers have determined the rents after a p ObIO DISASTER. uen r e
,ohm b .uso h e-1l nhs'he ae en idici iaey reuigi I- .ty ahigo a dL fyet rq et-PIL R D Y GO D ~tSgins fancied tliat l~eneral Grant appeared -- loy examination of the lanills, and that I : r. W sigo n aaet rq et
The Gover nme nt Closes Its Testimony-A door and persecute d him Be^ gins was Three Murderers Escape From the Jail at rents; that if the appeals from the deci- Buriin k Oil Thrown Over the Crowd-A C w a fterward thes me metOO a d this
-ivlyIncident in the Proceedings-- sent-to an asylum nd afterwards sued Graham After Killing a Depuy sons of the Assistant Commissioners re- hhil Burned to Death in Its Mother's lodge. At the close of themwar most fofthe $1 (I -'
Gtfiteau Subdued by a Bailiff- General Grant for $10 ,000 damages. He Sheriff and are Themselves Shot sult in a sanctioning of those decisions the ,I- rms -List of the Dead and members came to Marietta to found the ; _
The Testimony. was finally released and is now engaged i Down by Citizens Legislature should provide compensation : Inurd, great northwest, and the lodge was then *
business in this city. o C for those landowners whose property will u reopened and has sincebeen known as Ame- NEW GOODS FOB(THE I
I I 1-a be thereby unjustly diminished; that a pe- I- rican Lodge No. 1 F. and A. M. They have -
'. T I tition embodying the views of this meeting a number of interesting relics, including the We will this season make a speciality of Fine
.By Tpeaph to the Tmes.1.C CAnUCaUSy3IN AT ALBANY. By Telegraph to the Tin^es.] be presented to the Queen. By Tekgraph to the Times.] bullet-scarred army-chest of General Put- Goods for making Presents.
W.H, Il N u, D > C., JanuaryS.--It was what IVas Done by the Devtoc*uts and ST. Louis, January 3.-Advices from CINCINNATI, January 3. Later de- nam, the old charter and records and linen I
very cold in the court room this morning, republicans. ( Graham, Texas, report that the three XE W YOBfK S XOC.H MARKET. spatries from Shanesville, Ohio, indicate cloth in which the minutes of the lodge PAISLEY SHAWLS, ZEPHYR sHAwLS,
and the jury, court officials and spectators By Telegraph to the Times.] 0 McDonald boys, murderers of a man By Telegraph to the Times.] that the disaster at the Knights of Pythias' were carried and sacredly guarded day and PARASOLS, SIlK HANDKERCHIEFS,
t sh,,,ii,_,n m t,,,.r, .:,;.t iL.ia w!-',.. ALBANY, N. Y., January 8.l-Ution the named MartinatBelknap, made a desperate NEW YORK, January 3.-Share specula- festival Saturday night was worse than at nht d"rin the Revolutionary war. KID GLOVES, HOSIERY, WALKINGSACQUES,
Guhlean ma.dle: hiu-uial ,-,,:,.[h. H. ,iI assembling of the Democratic S,caatorial effort to escape from jail yesterday, which tioU opened weak and I to 1' per cent. first -rported. Some of the supports under Fernandina's Finances. ULSTERS, CORSETS, CLOAKS, ETC
he had a happy New Y,.:jr. a. h.,[..,:.l Caucus last evening it was found Oat the resulted in their death and that of a deputy lower than Saturday's closing prices, while the celntre of the room gave way, and the [From the Fernandina Express.]
.* .. eveyrytdy el...,i.l. H,: l_,.,,o l,,t...i-,. .:.r., three Tammany members*ronfNe^ .York sheriff, besides the seriously wounding of Richmond and Danville opened at 180, as floor settled. The joists were kept up at The result of Mayor Haley's investiga- DRESS GOODS
SI and Ihey all (.xpr,.;s,- th, i .l,ii..,n itI i,,. city had Jailed to attend. Areiess was several other people. About ten o'clock against 170 at the close on Saturday. the outer end by the inside walls. This tions shows that there is now outstanding Unusual Large Stock and Price whic wil
would je cqluitt,-d. . accordingly taken for a short time, a com- in the morning the McDonald- boys were Early dealings were marked by a decline threw the people, tables, and stoves all $3,984.09 of city scrip. The two judg- .- _th -
I .1 r- k Ie, lM ltebigapine ocne uhte ldfo h te ca~e to the calaboose and
I 4 oirii an.=l Mr ittee beig appone to confer vith the led from the steel cg to the .a. and of I to 1i per cent. in the general list, together, the falling floors barricading the ments against the city granted by the last u' Yd "
T' t "-"',, .:i ,. "," T i>.J... ibsenltees. ^ When the caucus re!nvened with Jim Boone and, Jack Baldwin Northern Pacific preferred Louisville and front doors but they were soon chopped term of the circuit court, will absorb $1,- P.- "... ,-.t" *... I IlbBro.
-.I, "..,:, LI,ILU u,[ Ih ,tl 1.! I ,, do rs bu the wer soo 'h I -!;Zt k _I
_,._. h-H "- .; ,b _, ., hwre i nutheir break- N, ashville, Denverrand Rio Grande, Wabh dowit 0. he 0d4 67 of th' given thei b a a Denver and Rio Grande Wab irote A chandlier in the store-room was 024v67'of this amount, whic l m r iutira.h m which leaves in re- ....... .i. .... .]
-' - -"| **c"'. n t, ir.-i-, -:.-.,,, ., 'W-6 :7*i4ll 1 ,4r 2.4' ,l .,al,..t I I t .,%. ,l"v*. t. t. .. ; One deputy wic, t-t o .. r ] .-. L,,g. 1 uI h,--oil spilled over a -lnumber ality only $2,959 42 afloat. The taxes for 1, .. .* -; .-: I.l ... ., .14
I ,i [be- Tm %1 T' -" W- ,1""" i -' I- *^7aL I. .. *11-. ,* ***- ** ] 11 ^ ^ t | f : r ..1881; ad 1te u Ll e taxes o- 1880, :,, *t ,- 1 _..01" ;-,7 0-"d ,
,, Ill.t~ t r. --- 1J. -,-. A ... A. .1 -- f,.., ,t,, ...,., _- ..',, epu ,b ...I .,. ,.-lm "''...e '.....collec... .ed taxes of 1. ...880., ,..o I_ ,_,.; ,1..... 1
i< l, i ~llt r -n r th same t h i, ,h ri- -~ t -D n. La ,- ,.t .l .u ...r u. ,.t 171,. n~, l,. u fro Iro, F.. I .. -.... Le -. ..", ,, .'- .... '.e,t~ct._ ",tv r.'.[ A881JnL adkirtp ni1,.lhb V. S."3 61 ol.- _,I..;,-1xu.t,,,Y,._ .. .*.- i .. .I.,.--[141 ,1I-.
_, -1 ia r dnro aov Iy ,pin .... ... ... ,b I% -el cae Ieh .tond Incywas tow ards therfl re, T-i was I 'V, ",f'. W. Won. 141 ,91n .,.,li, ,aorexcs MI
dmsw ",~ In a amla .ih. an Riie ... .. .. .... .........u ,.f .l.uu ., I i. .......,. a epn wac an. m s pott... ch n esru e.mIt Iure I ,t laal '" -e['tera r' "I n '' u ''" 'o" -- I ] a- .. ]...-'
.. ^^^ ^ntS~ Abe Democratic Assembl C1,us keepin watchcc 'l^' an h.ia;fl^il^urned. F.-iuna,lv .-1.& ^^FS M M -. cW i.-1 t
1c L: ant Sanborn, who was C I both revolvers there were about ten absentees.i Charles, n pesentlys he p-ut both revolvers in one vdid .. goa.a.e.-..dw2 building did not catch fire. F ,,. m,-w v in ,. .1t.heeizenor or .Ferotandenes map cony he 'p. d--.-i o" ~ .-
.. .. . h .t? .. Lir ann, h and tor n w c ecnnred 2, an d "-.. .. g t,1g e ih u % v s -u v th e .... ... t .-. S ". ,
,. kUhl1 lHv Dr. Vriht at P torfollr V P person, of Troy, was nominated for, hand to get a match from his pocket. .elandR io G e i d esten as complete a list of ca.,,.,hti,. as is rs. gta',, H -u ,on the earlr ad.-.' m I e ".S
-1 -~~ 4-frNrgta oflV., Delaware, Lackawanna, and Western, II i ."
H:k and r,=r,]ivd. :yes Sir; I 'was sent iby'the Speaker over Erastus ,Brooks. The Can- The MVcDonalds sprang upon him sad- which sold don 1. pe cen....... siblr to get:-- V.1r-.-r ,.n-. aczi~hblasis 1. ..." ' r,,
,* Pr.i-lcsit o to wx,ke an 'examination and c9 dou ed ntlo-a w itotm-dnyad ismehi.Ite stugl, equeea is ayNen itijly owing to a strp]ingYesn;cwayen yth in ther 11s-Boks hgCu TeMcoadssrnguonhm su-wS ol dw i ne e^^sbl~oet ^ (n:- 1cahbai e
give an opinion on the case." king further nominations.. .. Davs Melton was shot Inthehand. Hise w a el n e and Milton Yoder, five years. .s ade oi rm himMwa shot we I eh t, s m ut- w oS a e
I- -. .."How much did you get.for it?" shouted At theRepubcan Senatorial Cauus the cries brought Murfee, the oth e nt -, thedeputy; dechtt r Fatall lBurnedt - o D- Y M. FL I^IIA STATE NEW S. [" Slrwhtlek Aer d iere^ varery IIIIy e. ,_
( G -.. officers of the last Senate were renom nateod. from the cage, but on entering the cala- .,, while Allen Yoder and Miss Anfes'Oren .. .. -- hlat tow e2 bper brouhett to 49. S sucuh as a. 'f ai
Te wiin. v, ,-l, questioned o At the Republican Assembly C ucus, boose, hewasshot and stantly killed by ... .. .. Seriously Injured--We Schwart and ry BNNET, LYNN, .-ND (sSncETa a c a ... ", '
how or by wh~t physical examination in -' Mr. Alord, of Syracuse, was neo rated the prisoners. "n a frac s but again ferll off ad b- it is proposed `toierect a cotton seed oil .. ... r'u ....... C .... ..... .Il p\ I
*. sanity andl disease of the brain could be for Speaker, beating Ex-Speaker Sharpe, The prisoners then made a hole through e] oa lractl n DUvp again et}- oP.r n a arm broken; Lizzie .~ owaiter, collar-bone mill in Monticello. a~i l w-1 an 'amt .:,,or pni,.: t.., bthh ...!.^ s ...r any ,
SIdetected. by a vote of 26 to 21. All of th officers the floor and began their escape. A cosnaredwth w ta Denv'erloandn R ho Gad broken; August A. Heider, and Mrs. Pensacoll has a new steam fire en- in the city. We mention a.few of our prices.-- The& Peiffeiofl (4],Yi
O Q u estion- "H ave y ou 'ever h ad p patients of th e last H house w ere th en n om in a t. sl o n nou n s w atc nes th e jail, but by a a de cl n .e. L u ele Sh eiff { ^ o dislocated an d ginep th e C laEpa -0 of Y ". ... .. *" ,
I.- your asylum who have recovered ; detour" they avoided him, and took their 81 per cent., and the general list of I t o 3 -The Republican ticket was su s e B r rone aetnt ea.
M. o lAnswere-"dYes" sir I have." Q, w T IE tis .r.n in.. fB, U rom th elr flght in another direction. a ,las s ...s.... these may die. 4ug -- of-re elec t warlrant ...l1 7 Otn Blk P ensacola
I I -I I I pe cent..... Sales aggre ated 440,000 shares. h lese .aile brn th number- _,eteeto nPnaoa Special ualit GrosGri
a o.-" nes o seen ,persn w SouTelegriap to the ... .. I I By this time there was great excite- Foll s ... .. 81 '. The29n lesser sIai br- beh rnouvei ng fro i cent. o- ....... Ira- .......5e n 0
.. ....L o ui nthe e mou id docto, and ahe citizens had gadth ereu to- weeds upan nea. Caroeigatner embraced 8 Newth.. --.b Extra Fina! Gainers 2 00 AN' tpe - O g ".
A I'l r c v red in th e m nh s? PANA xA, D eceimlber 24 -- The steam er Alhr a d lo e h- ,r .... T a cleassA 2 to 5.. 81 Louisville & Nash. 98V4 the flow er 6f thb intelig nc ... .. wealth i li shm ent ,of a restaurant in thiat tow n .u,,eior He x ........s ai I, have. -u Iteh r a d f lo ed t e p is n r .n ,eA a $ 1sA s al.8 .phs& C a,7.u g Dw i s f a n s ile s. Gri ....8
....-- latter be their hnlese av i brat ..... Ala, class B, 5sma.. 99 Nashis & tChat r... 84 the neighb r' d.. ............ Kni. .s"of. A is to be fr e r ... ..
,I Mr. Scovflle-- "And were discharged.9" Lima, which arrived this morning from the late saide the betae recovtn l, ls ,5 ..."f ah8 ha .8 h egh oho .7.J d e rn frwk mhs, ofraes t, s .mGtn....18 Ohe Bl kSll
A--"Yese sir I r South, .brings dates from Lima to thd whin them a tnd t earned to Chiec& N r... 11 Pt trg ..... .. s t e rom hie mebr C ty Coun i. Pnes I ill-- Trom Quality... very uI .
r-.Soille-"Wel ,no w irtss ior tthave msp in derMdolds weresfiredeadr "efsrthed: Coty oon nTos. the A --prTsn 7 a aU-eI.,(eryfle eltt Fm-no75 . ,
w to ex nelsc nowtien t i nme- ^t., Theo news for three tim .. reyanros, Eriee ......... som three h -yards, use in.... ....... thi Richmond & Danv. 178 The City Council met last evening at --The new City Hotel, Rf Pensacola, I.:-- .: *.
' W. to dsuh n o tr iene n t ius ou te ,, and ,no -new duevelopm t was when one citizen deiberately took aim Eas teesseeRR 10 Rock Island....3 ..... o 131 been finished Mth ondains- Soceity o0 h at 0 i' ''- Ta ^s--^
*" b1 oi uponr- i-l d;-,,' l -i':':' hltbeou te l likely t occur until aider the aroval of and firing, wounded one of the fugitive es, dI iam ExRRess... 1 Wab St L& ao.. 3.4V ei6Bt o'clock. rooms I an at. o "V l i Al eltlle JUeVI A 'S
by ru n pysomania .'i--eii "was e. 'U, sedcetatese ofsterrible excite- e nhorao &Alton.. 11%S 6st p reer reMa y o r a. ski Al d m e C n ent ;. of St F'


"-- ; .a-is- these desi, n a r v th ons' r w ereth sp iof l y.I'S DJSI ,u s. m ls~eTrIs ctf .Mr wh fent d eu tyn t Meb l tond a seay. t heic ago, Shore NO8 Pu..........14 110 bestplacednion the northwestn oo zaynkAdrmne of The Bris ...... Sta went asor .... \ \ .. 1 ........-p y a d T i'ebI
'*-covenint trms hichhad pc~invp~ipd ^ --* iS T'^ S"^"S m' wtenf ....104 Laua.anMr.inwSteetseReferedeopthynigteofthe 5thinzPenacoe bar ,UernU UnionATTT77'
ito aes htat.,in .: "Ni sir. -o -I ..... -u g I Iot t mose a n A Geor ia 6s ......... 109 Manh ttan Ele. 52P nedict Davidson, Hart, Huau, Hurter. Se .....o pil. UU I t\ l a l
.*. v u, ys i r a diiton d naused u the esca i n nso n r The --an. A e Jo, ... at. .F.. -r F r a a d An E ngis t a is eprge ss at thought so ..I Pj Pl t .. orll w in os ,h.



!] D mor ~ lea -" or"" ': b m ea c ce .. .. neve r knew a ny -.decide impovt e me ntsth.]a k t tr nhi je re themsel es, t oh e weed and) ot h~ rln_ ,,l ,31^ ^ewJelrse&yrg .. 10 } ehntuidn o aral Streetdpt d.. Re -. ben n in ch ... .n o ne bofr the athousan 7O]- -*- _' l-~ d 1 l l ~ a
mnel can't l>.,r wins ane r unes h s bai s dpis T Ahin GTOe teeg amnuated tha th Wah setup an he u batl rage forsoet im -ous ,[na ewa. ....b6 ofok Vs pred and Mao PTI enforc exstn Kni g to s of Amra i ca for te T opia beaformed, Ain u -A a s nd C
to t hreg5- -Vg deerease had disa tod tne iei V. mancege. 10. -ewo Mirac t-levar"(uut 84 mte4



ease, i ratherfrcivo3rcus. ou oug.h~t to ..... ^ of r: .u.l ....I P( duin andhe thmontgcasdtetre"h'seiltx0 Oi Msisni 5 .ebr of the ABNTN mercu Jook Pensy3a-Te -BIcola Cu -o Houseln matte isa' "~l~ getn muc .\ T' "^ ---
I n wit.e. l dzdil y of< tli eve c in ah. m a anamser Io iai 7s, o tldhe ^ n hi ........ ..... 116 n Centr... .- 88%e Tofm itts mer e reta a ren apixd Judge .illia. i i t ---K--



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"B' :mane 'dru kenn ssL fc amllni" i' -, ; GraihaS wt h esca g p iscner. T e latterr e e c it C o Anso ls t n re f "13, PK ma n an e a f o r a, lamp post w Oho ...... 33 a a ,- caued r r
M : r .s thesev~l- desito ugaons ."wrs'm-] a decide impovmet in' t he et. trenchedurn themseloody inthfr edy.Nrt C aroinaf. otl dN 31" New Jerse ...Ce..n 04tra 89Y plcd onH th otws onro -T eBiihbi trwn shr nN l- 1 ~ l a 4 T v eI v


"<_ Ln, h^ ..... v I order of tons oe a. IV--r re .0a n i Stres R to the n fholle. "
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.i *h w~ .... "ih n.d '- ft ^ .... ;-Y- '^ Treas ^.ury?. ** -_ Hanbl St J ~l|. r .l. on,.n 75 a U x-prssi.. 75 taze une (,lor .. pe rms ono bm ldt anaddri 'u--Atnlih taer of ..... acr of lan on h ndrd, ico/wnsmgli ,,,"1 .. .. ... ; ....
yThis sam e Tim est d ]e tel l the true stunemp ohw bell rargos u ton for hit timer o 'Ne York wit H s ysl l i
ByadI Teegraphtot he bees insanC unless his b, is Jto.e int county ... 12 and the m o t e A riu-Pnscl
b. ia n iwis o u nd ou G vrk ed i i h .. rransn-tt au d Advah osth e ae n .an d w te s hngT cdse. t h b e ta h rer, Z s c Th. hi ora ar ng Miteres t e Ps a-l y Po .Yas i
e as e nts (rf .hih.rfi ,olol iu a iYo ought i ih i s si u havg e th ent m ade fi N Tll n 1873, w as nTuendey The 6s. ...... 74A Cusr w e re d 9u an d Laddew r Cre atv fo r a notherntor e A na tte ie o gating much 0, has, 1 ,_th ...
"iud. upepairitf' the you wol ct chr bew" M i niste Hr u a Pei n Melos w as Baldwin lti e cs. ier old negrapht.the.ime 7 tZt" ". 35% "1r usstre in octoriag ainstr t hc Refere be en mr i ved byW la Ko i the Me i tSc est offidllt IA--1" S





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I.-d I m a n y 'd ranth rs bad n o fk no l d o fd ti e hxi t e C hi c ag o p i A l le y. M o re e s aref e x to b e pae el an c e o th e aointme n o f T hed a K e y b ri g S t a r w e n a sh o re
-1 he bis oudese simpld ti eving. htwod, Gra a m wastne sste sfiedtha eef 3 adohopa s asmemberkoftheiPolicencosprsto o e re an ra a.--,. po s. ,
.i It^ ^ o c TH" DEal,fLNl .,, ., ) ao._ ^ inen d rig heblod Chicago, St L &NO 80 St ....---. ,.... .a -- t corne of t R. W aon
!, d 'aino -t h e de signwat acion s' wete / sima ptr Ie T s rsay- C olidat ed Coau l t. a d t preferred r 4 L and Unioon acrerdts to force, thce nil otephen rad 2oned ntof Mexc e a eredr i
-. tsll ih t tk -b t -,wi l _hte a e nd, wai ingenie ters .,he nehd shad been i,,.te god t.at I-- of Lack &..e.. T he ."t The B t l rat.. g a "-?" gcf ..s.. 1e ek Srhe h d none- pilot. "0 C ilr e n s F n h f
*, i f t e o o.oo ning," o ecre-of the P ublic -an d e- t e a j ning ,tnc,_he Adj o nrne d t hatw oFr e. .,,-.. T3e Uenion Gatei A.. C om mitt eri of Lampre v anC. Bo.n ,nd r e



~~~" to c Pov ker certai n sa crimes. wa ro, ad T re auy oIic of Ih -ea Express &n tSat Jo. neve Une wSa Expresss .... 1 7 eteda afiroo expect aae of Iu etr alod -. c a e e e
Scsaid th e witnes'smed B y T h tothe T im es.] t#P"g Were t on ey We Harle A 205 We lls & Fargo .... 3 lovergiee n Frur a Streswungwdet. R thrt-in ha .g..tle on oardone tousant KS ... G
any ~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ BP mdTe i baSSnS cancer Getl nee kne an oso Txs.8 oeadMyo oefreeitn ri oso risfrteToi alod N








'- .1 I h oe lit) b he oh u iu w ~h. c ner divorce T Nanu i t D a ry, 3S~ l y. T he debtla ndm tha t hew as L o k n n y f r n ot osost. H m sh r i ndc t l and en re T he B e u i uAGt s A ardov13 0 0 a nc stolen k th at theiesa bu gy SH EIN G BIN E S O F BT '-
r s o f th em, er ,roas staB teegtip e to -da s 1II the dc a By Te l et grap ni th BTimes.] Kepr V I
ul defr bn:,re e rd elu, tsandof wai tt I, oHBLLa,. e11 cuoaa Custom Houseismatred itsns- Tne therm omed e market. fThe ervce wese I oer1trnok. Th e n sef erring to their ntd ti of cotton
-usm t me.... 1H ..q> ltl* oanuary ferring th is own u se w lm e go odhis degees w tepvl ee z o an te St. w as to ,lo open Soua .1- .;ed excpto the money. the during t mery i TRENTOT N. J., Jea a3L. The
utbo ~c-ritv forn.lr- rts-.ovAt tui.,r I' m,lu .q .: B., h. r r .. 1" Tms 1 2.0,2 56sndi o ,ete in anse o OsaS.Bldwn naratie cahietru ByiTnessegrap to-mohe w T hmes Arselton.c wth the smallerls werte truckwit anre mid. Judgoa e Willita m unles s they latesto
i ~~~ I th MERIDIAN,:rne theS. wJasnduarry~ ''3..... tr fhslfe hwh ea ok nte itoue wowtesst eu the t es- ew to cmit t e esr s i ntroue f nor the fice co llet or... ,tF ,O - TO], ,, '..


proflndy, ofbe b.e.and. u d .h W s wtc,.,-,3.anua. --It7,98i0s76 ld onreank s ao mesen ger, arnk, to e he mon y, of def c t d e F ro .Drew atton eys Mariro rittlfarmino-datrgtMc-,nesICOMMUIOnTIONSSooheate m al on te I -.i. '








Tha ewa oriueof marke d ui inai-t' i ,],:-d a hasse .t i upo latih~t byJudge s ocate-en and final n 87 asinuedbvh FantAI ocand i xs ft er Xwere stniON De,R v 0r. A rel ative A theo s of jd aete o neb- d- o ... Ga% .. contemplates% ........ *:- ''' T T 3 i.
pendent T f he haimi(.itld. from,. "i-ab -Ii-ou.is ri ends 1w sider t the an -oRe. ...iver fo r a rprmnentin -- swor sd hrites Ho the Mayo r, body w a c on.......... Is.and. Aaio forOffnI an .
"-P "Jdet >G. ,iin.. -r ....... emptltab-l ( caffoncofeedtoO'esbrthon of Trissit Ra ilroa beby ec th sie fne day lastl deo rc r.. ,I R10thin



-A t w, J e o ra tatn rhte- case of Cadepoit W utt- Nu gW him J nrom mans uf tg oler on ty was to a on "etinon day. a ties o nlr s and of c arra to .... .. ..
faorabe uetio. te M1-r. m - 'lf ceun ~ the ,:we, his wee "tw .. ... .o ' ow incrouateo aget werereqi redns to de-











onsme~u It ohers iho set,- Dil Iorli lio.. ae ,r.., ..u ,' /p .r ;i r, n?, tSvnahF 4 nd etm R il Cakofolw db hrfml ada grs adwl e nw sth ot _J-t^ ^ \^- --.k
^- -^ pDi.aricel.At orn t rom.n" -n,,u(.ihe ent ,k,r. ,_ Ai,: th e p oint hat hevort etedhslinm ofcredt to h^ aountof T E AoadaOe O lorredoaciyoatornee.iCTrOWS*Ad.On.. Spe iala tento .is a !e





G uii u- a t a k u o h e wialsp -k i aga,: lak i r udi.: $titly.1 11 l r e u n i n c p op e rty,-d th~ l e g ron d c o te m p t h e h ado u- Jut b eyr th i t"g s r m r e : P oli e fo rc e R ef er e tou n tyi c C o m m i t -tnr ibo a t e p l i n g pont h tra in f ro F e r n n d in t or ,s mANm l e I M M N S L *
^""i.'V S'1e --:4 ,?4.1A ir I.-c 1A i ..T.'iiii- 3-A 'p..-,&ia t :r- lu.n J. E.in tBishto te ro- -trayfrnonp asys aA membat ofng the- tPoicE .SeTN S RO A E.Blr n '} --:;*
,)r qualife rtc-ply 31r.s .n &oviWugld ... -* ,, fr. A -liuJ .. ill byn bl -it,. Railrad Coretland The -Iir ro-ad r. Tlgahn t; r.-i%" Wtne s ti es tiie thtJf,-frcset v C ommi Sepes rsignersW l ,d r. -hc Messs can H.l re l Hen one s t andR.W Colr IKA od T ? ly DE SS-OSism s Jnu lH~t
oenmn. f director and u t, ... --i-A th&is Tht Commit, Mcents gaen re theis h ome n e-
..; sio afteel. e ookawM i th-Vewpart ,,t t i,: .-Ti h, it\ ,.,nsitu d I because *. i n was $147 l,000 Ae ? saystha lie Iocae ti' --cvarsn


Mr. S,.,Ie alked b r b, the qok I .h-. 3 -and Seao N u-- an- ST. t f Land land one The BODY andd
06 .A F:.rt rnigomibese-,atp aied-" or od. 'falrw e that amoun wa $,0000. ule wer wIve a1%h o eril
it .. y o th- -I _1,7.. PI1-ito, ,















H lon orf a i takeu n s-,m,-wha nrt,v. s n G.hin v, ikl .11,, ,,nurprise JSIK,^I Ne .m .. L. Sayth i etoswraso caref u "and bo~ fled S in1 Poytchi Hall this <;7moring,. amne oria nce. pasd disaster. or rothe Leesbut.F-nmwiM r godrr.e The.. FIXTUES" 5"8 3-s--7,"arid:Ohi
. A, .- .- l!A .. a as cls -; .hei insecton --A News ofk about thrty deegte swere poresent on- las year's.. .....



bf the :,, i.u D iti o bH,,, ,:.m.a in, not "v Repho i ,i r, K T. o A I pso -1r .,. i.' r of the Ccostty, was h e ga gd L ine be-
c!um .e .ro ,iew .~r -ew, -. ,ii drenrs u t, i'-



bt-l': .. .. 4 "e e a And e in- .. -delr ataalile-.- the. tele of (cloed bankiIt andat Miner t 1 rrec.v H. r t.ns i recent hof m b oe r o e dan t k is t were k. T e repr. of I I R1U
c I / PA ver of thelu, n er, i,,Ie a other -ntttos that Tdheodefe nc e Baldwin, P. s ing h- o d a here c o rtMai n bo ut he0 -t
.' .. k 'h closed rN- ,,ce or po a -oe *Sa iD.le t R. Vladderkr -. truek deeats s. and ex- ,aluabl p e.-... snme mon1. me rpd were man on b .
"A rc .- Iio 0Thee e m e o By Telegraph to the Times.] '.tto n u S~u D r receive St o m e Tr e the e o n'camie near car, a sli. andrth d-s e ,,


























/.' Es .l% Oer men.,toeri e thsnas e OtlO n T nd f^RSy 's hto the Tiexs.], *aur .-tw loansINT, Jandw asi owy connectd' ..* withB Pa'!iu- fto; me cO*l.y n^i_ nVOOni. jccre t0teFnneo mte.- risa ce s ofino rptoeraptaion' and e ramilroad .R t-tln Clothibing 'nn '
him; that nomoneyi" waaf t to tstat th st a ines t hs ,p Brr t fomnth Ctraty Pyi n wa s fro C t h through dsden, .I Ieft Prices.
... "nc an iwn .. r o .- oo ck Sunday mor ing11I. m a ieboeoti ltos hti asol hog uen'Ac"F foisn ad rHd sIdetatr hciaerwrrabN'radadrfrd oth elhCm it




w th privihese of intendedino p pos ane was made to open a co rr -iesponrd so A Verytie t the Gu
of t shoorn oth thir .A ose f rint of bowers t ding usse qiestionnof the ps g depot of powerers ofer he m hibb s chiedren of,^ exosr and ^oon at n. '1u' S w111 A an e Ju-< H^ ,l e ." j .
r: hj The Councilp then adtourned.
Ili( r"' d0iht inow wat atior n [ ie u th matt11 e~ r I h ea Paii introroad, two winsederbttets le oisrt"1 ssaioyd on strfullibeliefi ue nt' how een tathe beanwtkin g t ohm uurand'turn intr- ,oducedxinto, ar dethised county ou r p grea a hogdy FLOOyR WalnuC i tavey Whin to lseO
dei ie c wouldl soo bee..' n madeA 'hat va hthati-- .J nu r timon y of defenuca e. th atConv endin- F om Ba era&tDrewatt reys a for tor. via ar min ines r es t Haills 'g r dee s all rbyfgae. One WYarte tok FivevYen
I y the 4 Iees bank ass t'ae,:u 7wlahoebgaead aingr ms hehc arri e ssenge r rose tof bncaletsoln thenaiorero w 'p mmn Dab fteSaanh lrd n
ca .nom te was ourt to m orrow mornind,- ofice, of the road ,andthude adjoininadgialyn172 a idcdbyteat n isfte wr tadn rwlJ.uneltvcoh u -dges n eatfly es"




I= pen "id-. went of th Kimciansa ity1. was then 1-room,,Ia. nd r.th -Ie o iceo the uTex rtas Exp presendthat.ioener of e C hritope Nugent's \Yesterday aftcrnoon thabgates of our Western Rhilroad.r.agpurchaser theybenef. I
, mor que(aied by Mr ,:, ll. Tho le w henes m et C m a y T e oal1s is si aed t extend.es lwere, of crdt tonl tha ch re a ounth of and: heT~ ti OfOf.rE ergr s e dey wees u gw d to setieactlemanofr 20.hafoft eiadsect d b eh en whou t haves LI GO D
Mr.DukirietAin at Lead~tilte, and Co verse $8,00. l T;t6Athe pintuac th at ts knownrecit s oi THE firm whichER INr sufficient buying atct tone.WW S
.I rdre v reidntHikslwihot a rge fa tfo ma the d eiretors, gend ht Nugent to By Telegraph to the Times.] I admsoui onaedn the eathy r dmins fanctepro wand arett wending avohringtobcmas festizens
wil her. She ,i he arad doub t thrfoe a1l800 prcedns wer cotiu th lonporlte ieofteThefollowntiing 5 acc unt bof e taerrsl Shd e an Tits pu-u
,;. Ih tim fh b a n d b r d v r e n K Z J D I A q$4 a il ur ,w h en l im th ea m ou nt w as $ 2,40 ,000 V ally C anen po rt o w es o e HA m ps hirei di a e a d e t r d "T e B u iflation asjar."1 or F1, 0 w s t l n f oXhs b g y S T G BTU RS ., X 0 T ..
to sav reurin it)k Hei never reaize any-- ou void. Ih -ete ls nih waAeycd.v~ ~he U l /ih aeM li he nx h otoi as e, Thed. .
r/ -thuh After tim t ~hp hhd B eerp oteTms. He gay others direofit wero t em asd epcarefu adto e nPltcncHl hsmrig aeddoriac asdiatrirm Lebr
I ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~oe and B-rig=os Keepeit wi- surris eoureot fteCt ashladAa-semrCso h at alLn e
11~~~~h thr:mee ,ake fro 10 to Hoor I "th tae cos( [es -LARGErme FIREe I" several.,XE~s ases 'Jos inrthn therlnseciosiaotosa'fabot tiryoelgaeswerrpenntti-rj, etClrkwee rceve, hoi. $98 50tenheeadFrtMsn urth
calling./ b _ett r dfrdi,tr pcroneeedings an1-I ehd -Rai lra Deo HI aGO, Ill., s Ja uary 8.4-eToas the tllast o that bagnk anud make goo hi Jegres ,eLouiin anzeer alSaeontercie o ie ntemuho ee-bie n a hswe. Th eoco N h td o 1-r- c1'ii o 1ohrisiuin;tat Thodr Balwin eludls memer fro Newch Youth, Ney reoee exceptB themony".
!t+ I; v o efurthe devl h pent,iv- f.u thc mroental I Loss sirs ybr n 308 eevdfo h nre h xlsoaena aigu vr ,V



o1 dt. ,f b' burado' oevle asic a, nS ~t t her hrp at d promie tom reur thee aree ex- A I DOO MA S, "
",h Ie v . D loans, asndt d b w aso es o inrg no w ayy co ne te wit p e le to -m rro w T h C o v nt o w a-
kn wh oe t n of 'te. he e mende t alookdi calle to.a or e bys~ p n a t i ht y a e O B l n n hJ. had. H e gs"ei e o t f o h C t s,. ro h t a o c e h o g G d d n
theT-4 tiOOmOe~ o'clocok. Sunday morin a. fired brok ttue cios ofs thhe io esoou h Ga., ontelyte erecting Nu en' dent afe whc papers were r& by Mr GC P.-
ad' read sand refered tof the cHealhthe Commite.a acLlegert onPcilsand Frn lnCont esote G ulffn
h: Itter, ofh ,laime d frs o ,abot, h I ao bomeardiends whouse in e the p ass enger anoto PIOei over h.im' hisfea f expIosure and Nichlsap of Lousina T an dM.] Heg ro rn-oisfulhm y ess ~ n .A uligwib eece i hute et 0 Hs Bakt'h ~ ~ ...
Poe. eth Grfeld sho ing hof t hePreidnt. ab: afuron obeered in ONBgeen's sttmnbraother. oSom- utreadteprd TeCucl hnajure.o excaeadetsd.Teicr -i ahgnEon;wlu



... pu, i ,-d o h ,knion' what 'actiong in the mattr ter Tlexwas Pacific s hpRa ilroad, flid ngbsroc -ye d eficencyp woul sonh e T m aes. AToANTA th tJo f og uanuay e.- The ia C onve th ario n W ate I. tolrsn arM w l e M essrs Haine s Hnar deed ah n d raso abe .
,osi~to ,a, that deene willh wish .... taose, Smith It wil auruh hotel baggag anrd waiin rollege wthl The Beutfu Gates Ajar .ofee .eyhk
, Jud._rm te 'couldrtdhi to-m o .l mori n g, office ofathe shoad O'Band th ead.joinding, l nch h aridth odofK con cealmen s.--lud ge thle nt adoune to tw-ol.. in'. ,Cako o'lwdb hr-aiya d ragins, and thl e Savann as h, Fl ori at J-an-.d I)% :-' .
'(,. 11teu-" sh The wtestt meuhi ,t Company 'Ter,: tounta ,.,n is estimat,-r[;4 :ft, ored aour ofKnsCut, m aan a ir aanw se -' Ia tna .



roa blewe bp this sfen o tw nt mile ..s ",: tu Evergreeno Cent t.eryP.. were' O sw n wide.y to "" -
Ms D~dge Cox--"B at su illent Pand. C onvre $30,000. AlThe insurances fr,'r kt~ n owln .raitsda ,re of thafrmwih erest sgaintcseentl fro admivtl G lln the eagn ante wa att .._ -/ e ending to Chistma s festia by. the"Gea Br
ce an sen th nrma I .bu b .iii tim Tira ita perhre sheno eigtee stam any thatl t th wete las nih wa ver cod It wa the' fu ea f te fte M s.l .
mi;io -n t e oile;r nottaio ther, divo_ rce, and R TI-'p AN: Ib TT,).t .vrn Onl feto oforyoriowel of Newi Hapsir indicate .... ... h el d "Thei Beaul otifly Gatiues Aj r." taport$2,0 wa toleradn a firom .his buggya. SHEETING t-
1 ,ths oh om -.tcn [ Ja,,- -- q,,.I to sr iave =mth the bank. Hf'heneverk.real....... .... ........ ...e ;ertfyloen wn. foundays:t"l gndt change fom the ree
",. bettrshalfer n.rye pro tlsin gs and n &,ai t I h : ,, ,V ~ fI:, perrKy. s o3,, una Sprofit, f yromthemA eu and exet T ether mo ee markedY from 10 to 15ua 3 ~ *--iThe s~isn g e rvie s werter perfoHrme broken inpeer a piees, fo S av nahmd ee-iry a Se ond ~ b h ,tatatv and Prices to theirI ell "'.
w d th. d r -"~ -uie Soerire "a "w te pyEr., misesalr to rextuend their m od B eerp oteTm rsn:Cm isoners wihon Ir Ihc web~ Rev. Mi.: rH.ll D.e Avery astiste byom S-L Prfeso NoetGRSSeSorlF$ li' il
Ircr oidiioo bur huergen. .amg Ian tell manl one Sixteent St. I had had -en re- vite." f I
The Marshle whiepe undertookm1 itru(.a aWs set uonl ast n.ighet byi-ams T b,,ma. and C,,urtL Looo.y Ex -o'N ,Rv C.A'uwo.A fecoeo h oeboogG. otmltseetn "
I~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~far of th latbank rignesdftecuc.tebd'a olg nPeil sad aeOifn I.
Iton t Or a bhe .aihm sed [.. h fro.m a... 1.,1t trrend oftlr som fr d wh decided j a e g an B 0K L N _D M NX T i L yT lgrp to w dupthe Ti e I b r et isfna o e bY M ss.J h L A buld n -wl be erete ,ve si .... IA a. .h"_n .
: a,' 1pbi -iinote h a -3 main in .i -aor e l wa put. in suc peril by paying~bik BYTlgahtIh ie TLAT,V,:. nuaryt f6.i5.-A pecil tote, r i n, Waltoe r Q. Colemari n, R.imnorCanlt wev mo nths, tohe enlra ge d ump any, is /ofere ver 1.3i5 ::.
I- I ... IJd. e .;'hanerd him,, to be Siet .bt thth.so 'r en da .'r in N ar, YORK, Jaury, 3-Jdg G ilbert pai on !Moses Smith,. J.,&de H.' Bur ougtd hs.r and W'B. sary The, "r llequantit be fo r bphntoyseand i l st It



., a-,," G -'l- A .h W t h -tl. O f l t b i -I I. r e I- .n-" iv ri vc ... d 1 - . Q 11; A x -,: l r k o ,,ol o e b e r f.ly a d i r s a d w i l b e k o w sh


... ....... ....... __II_- _J_ -ean._ preiung -- J. r,, ar ito,. rmet u sx t ,yesteria\ Fir.,- L,,t of. CCIMF,-,ITEPq BL N ETc.
special proi., :,rsfor the Government in the Pope's position is semi-officially denied. rests were brought about by the confession Harr sn.A insworthilliam QuigcyTHanford Unlawfuldetaine that on Thursday the city had a sUttlenn ,, ilr L- C"HT,
- the Star Route cases, stated to-day that--The proposal to re-establish the Pope's re- of one of the parties implicated. Allof ofction He was born in>1ar5tridgc and Young for pntiffe a nd with three of its creditong, the prinesp, R WH0iL% I
... t.e would' co m nc"irw r bfr sponsiblity has been simply suggested them live in Ashland and two are married ofi action. .He was born iu1805.' -Fleming & Daniels for defendant. Verdict hed d mnbond-holder beingorsmt n oer Samuel G. Jones, ,,hu ,,fer.-.-latua dnv,,eO D* -- -.' J
-seys woui comec heat been simply sugse the liv inAhadan wOr mrid
the.Grand .. thi r workbeore semi-officially. No replies have yet been men. They are in Calletsburg jail. It is o, A commission consisting of Sergeant rendered for plaintiffs Court thcn ad- 000. adew something over at.i 1
the Grandl Juryina about two weeks. He received. expected that a lynching will take place Ind Baron at d W ot schildl journey 000 Nw bout threied to a t,1 S -- GOODS,

tl* a thlerye1 h neco wthei evdecei satis 611 -evrTadesa theB n- f he eto. ^ ^eta and Mpessrs. Cofhen and Worth, are.ta colle.t;eel-knw partiesn ro.' wh iner abou threed montus W i]m --*.I 64 .nd N. ay t.
e equetg by Wsigo NfCor t-a Colontl illm Mwaga in the "o ad ea the C ouncil Ohn 0_ITMA K ,
factory Iaapte and feel confident of its ., Jt mg i nfraion reng the persecution A Jacksonv1111S n Wtarriced In s England, De-iPlantatio kin at hew TN.il Clow ir
. \sufficiency- to secure hiddictent. While ByTelegraphtotheTimes.] THEl^ G-EOBGXA G-NT AL. ofelt ,Russia'. o th .- TherNew Yorkb aIeral e of at-ecent date ofs Insacen for a eretin of t common FLANNEL AND O-E,.
-, Wn6t yet fully decided-wich case they will WASHINGTON, January 3.-, n By Telegraph to the Times.] sne tae thtn coit ans on Fr ice of wemalr t e hop thavese commoant will not A-d atE a s adva n c..e<
- a start with, still it is their impression now wear 8.-ghe hope these Time] wl t -tnte their aa aid of attinc Irish tenrnl
-that they 'will l\ oftr. withanewfe atu r A. So- Frem an, of Eo Tennesse has been SAVANNAH, loJd'sametnguhertoy 6,00 ii t tswho need protection have come under the rage of Mr. Morris Cohen, a membersof knock in vain.- -ansacola Advaoe.
S ctatlleyd hsll conection with, beten aor sced oA delern of estee at th en B a VANnt nancuarn"-Alt.meting operation of the Land Act, and that " *. Ro rvic ne T Ia mout tolveddis at te Bn- of the Directors of the Central Railroad tent persons believe the whdle onestio Y this city:-twasuforunate road "ar the "alton O C3 .. ,.A
R ute ervic. quet to be given by Washington Com- to-day Colonel William M. Wadley was will be settled in two years. C / "/OHENqCOHEN,--At Manchiester. England, De- Plasontation, h ra d f e ar mil es "beow r on comprisn CverISy suggetiveS Pres.e :, .
r-" b-- mandery Knights Templar, January 14th, elected President, and W. G. Raoul, Vice- eme 28 1881, Miss Minnie cohen to Me "ris PlastSaturai ght," a n the mile s e be o f risto on *
".. -n .-Ift Iave een aeteh eKS. whichswillbe the Fifty-seventh Anniver-President. No business relating to the Card of Thanks Cohen, formerlyof thi erty. wasa bullet ind toe brain. appears OPENED IN A FEW

ukfuo ,i~fi~i nii-r .f.. -' '? KI r/ K"~lf loR h oown eouin er ai it.^ aalst Satruorda ngtand the caueadbd of Iri comprisin erylIsuggsive Prsns w~iel~l DelrbCeUfrflaU
havebi-cnwn lull E salt of the organization, of that body. future policy of the road was discussed, t hath Di was afund net i the b ra-in -l aea ON I A FE D B0x liu 0 u liT
; "/ 4 q~ eaw~ t b I~t~duedtrtth 'Mrs. C. Freeland :desires to return ]It Attention, LightInaty
n-fantry. vted Montice V alloern and wh-inl Preslena o ur a sa mk ic "' 'l ,8. or Ln coan
.ofese_ o GU~t....ANOTHIER BANVKINGt HOVSE FA-IL1S. LABG .ANDZOBD ME-ETI2NG. heartfelt thanks to her neighbors for the Tisite willcll be aaudy speia meeting ofset the her smllcstefohio-nints
'!By Telegraph to the Times.] ---- hr ilb pca etn fte1eetef er became merry with whisky,
iBy Telegraph totheTimes. prompt assistance, and to the firemen Company on Friday venin January 6, and as theS two traveled homeward after O
DUBL.* ^ ^^ a -- B ^ a ^ ^ MIN, Jianuar 3.oe tahiegrea ad. h ecityC o rmnwathei zelu aiWnptil It8,at eightn'clc t lav r p, in forbthe Mas.,e d- ]iimooMul. dark OiT at buggy, Walleren a^ke~e*^'^
..will s-hortly Iu Ir.,)dutt:-a new feature. -So- hueoEncLitfedatneI.,lord's meeting here to-day 6,000 pdon 8 eouse. f Buwth cure ofonr tthnoeofiesrEey ebe s e cagepispstlrodonomtptrynotowluee a mkIo t.-L. '.-", :
hous ofse Enoc Litlfil 'ati prompt Il. ,t, quested to bie present. Per order, and reckless shots penetrated the brain of
ui:-tnd flftyi ,"haveshtta been arrested here i,,since Th mutivle sntsae, representatives of thereouinlandlord interc befallen her and possibly others in the \ D. A. DOLAN, First Sergeant. liams, whp happened to be in range. We KhFurchgt &
PA-,id~~~~~~~~~~~nt.~~h n,,tf.tn q ,lr t-v OK lo~wing eouin were ani- cinity, hiave'also a rmunor that the dead body ofaKhnBeditwnfd, o
tPPEln wlL- BirkN WORK :enlc 'atctoS; u dLde odwhite btwenman wtsatos found nearan1the track ondf the Cor BA_. and P1
have been ,ient to the St. Elii.,h)mh luaj,_-, mously ado pted: The more the white people of Solufb [CO-4I1UNICATED.] Jacksonvil 'le, Penisacola and Mobile Rail- Cl.]A n )N qS e~ to nD
Py~luiu on physiiau. (.eritfjcatis T I,v. By TT'rli, t sr,."Hl~j"- This meeting sees. with alarm th the Caoiadependlupon ngo labrth l eh,, s Maita hoaall les aoi od ewe sain n nMna
' W ntx ~~~A k ,' Jeritqary ,3.-Atre- Land Act is being administered they waritta Ohio, thmslvs Ah oldest Masoni mornin, and that the circumstances of hi's n tsadPiete
). ?" .sp~ea4frhysicians. -_=in ,,acb-bcaieth watill.el an it' ik taid h, k ,I rdB' s[rew~r ...- ; ; 3.7 amjauen charge "- .. -. _ie2" ,.,,nei- atvarianceir ,tmo~withth r e rdtulthe pledge; fTtla t it Comowat.f negroes would be a great blessing to th,tLodge- dWtrain the West.acn iIt was~ob chartmrd, a ,''stt deatre lid.-- htth a a ur PCA TTNINP


FLORIDA








THE FLORIDA DAILY 'T'MES,


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u.'.'a. (I TI MCl e1:111 e ti le.,.r ttj tin :-(/,'. t \ht.
i 1111.1 i/'i'' li,,,i'~L,l ,,, at l1,,'i_ oi ',fr I
,'_ tlso ahrr','t.-wai d t, Iu,11'U 1) -,,ir,
%A di' t.s :a! ,,! el v'' t l l/u ULiV.J
f .IANUAHY 4 1l.,'?


iuI I 'I. M ).lt the New Ye,
.,,, iid t. >tiv,, ;.

THE Philail'-.lihia '7-' .i.. ,"' th dl
that. ih great4L t iliUaer tliit ,.iilifonli
Pi ,i-4eut Atiluh irin t'anll ti'et.i-il .









i b u ti( g e t u w e t 1-1A ]
S TENNE.-Su EE t a) a -i' tiiiite- Lit d.i,- l.
b. ,ti ni eul',. w oe:. ,t. .It wo mdel 1,..- b



















' ". in,".MLii, a."lfle--u.ht:' in h<..i-,aii-" it Flo
T E i il o iull .e twcire take sliu-e t aini,. o
UN I.'LE 4AM mail'- g.e:,,I l,i,-, :'-., I
[)eceiitber w. id. g.-ttih liuiui-,'_-lf i


















f ot' del t.- Neliirl\ thhit,:i-u liih,_,
". s..' d ,llnr, v wa the ,, iiiti.lnt Ilisathlt dLiril
th i in. I lh.

T hi Net York .Ci iii' i -t 'inl '.hlv
t '*-'( ,*lciugC-t a o fn i .lAtio rl \, i,:
<.dai idly fail to p'iove' di-.,-iii-agili
Pfrkid.e'ha.I|a'esirait'.. It say.-. thk
S'iean people i. tve Levi-r 3v,







-- .b-. he gh -.f 3. 111 a
ct n'Nte a Ttb.j'i io.41i.i-_..P_'-,i_ L-e.,.v w-l
wae.gainfullv-t-\ioiss to hkonie PrieL
d,:- mn .ru s an exceptitin I
ii., biu.t the s'ig_.e'.tiou'is ne'ar, .:>iiElg
the truth to thcservi' thie uniti:e ,it' th,
tatLesluel twho hate liecolie ilt'e',.te
t-li the Prie.ileuttil t'e-i-er
THE .Haitfoit Cor, iiil takes a u[1101I
.i Viable viiw of thlec Ba ,'tlioldi -, tu
ji did the. PhiLhluphjia Tin(.s.
s that "when duly eec-teil in Ne'
lato-ef it will Necoiei',,ne ot th
tlonuflient of thie wol-Id.
C in colossal but: ariltistic pr s- to a height outf .3Ii tiet, aiu
conspii-n.!.is object frsom Ne'
Brooklyn, Jer-ey City, State
Sanil from its snunuuit will a
Sn' taygnL cent view of the whole
t aliu.ai''-rouiding sh ores."

.E Bciton Joiiiril is ,I-f opinion
;t a it, m :jiity of the memtbeis of th
1C-unfiit ('ougTr-,.'. will i.e u.lotig'ht t
te thIe desirhlbeiie--s of it',ippinu- th
,.,iuage -of Siver. 1-t aya. "It it
(iii'L'- the applikatiiu of i little priact
u-l common sen_.se for them to sre- th
hey wiI Dbe eonu.lled to taken .f
sor0tlu^ tj Z uarn iJve
SW eiU onIly at pm'chasin
iwer of eigbty iori ninety eut-. Th
esterheir i.a-vei'y fi'ee-hrarted mutU
it he will nof-'sdcrifice fronm ten t
a1nty per cent. of Ils substance t
stin t, he theory that a clipped dolla
better than a full-weight one."
T1E chi-oniL newspaper qua nel i t
wey n the te'in.uati papeIL hia.s .iiu
us'bn rout i to o tle ,of its violen
,r-e. -,-Tie Ga:ei'e- in 'ooli e
^tt^ l^ ^^ I tIne


... -..... i .... .and n

syn~FS6l er flncnnr-s'aC-'Tegu
I'15rt-v as lhe', ii bltik- tpaper. Tb
Eihiqiiir-rt u''i c-lst nles in'lo thl
iy,.cI);iiW2f^ v"e-,teenied c.onteniip,-
,='' wit-h all iuiaginable t-rijui.-s a
'?ll as with poverty and adls tha
ihey don't-tell half the tith abon
.-.. aei otlierr. Ami, yet, sjrano'e to say
the writers wlio peu all thi- wvretl:he,
,-tuiff aie .scholar- anid geritli rinn.
:-A i: ,..P.RESPNI,>E-'T Of thie Londoi
eT;,,.s. aci:ismpanvunir" the Freuch ex
lieditiln to Kahi'w.in, weut all over th
holy <.try an-cl peiintl-ateul to the Ii,-l:
.,f hs .hju?-), thin- toub IIf Syed Al.ludlah
t th. "C'i_'nls. iin ,If the Prophet




















































































































Ii.n iedherc hl 7'J A. H.- He fiiuld i
ai:; rmom s.,f inat-'l, with a cm.upoah fort;
l";,-t liigJ.. lih ltted by -.taiued-gna.
\ivd.uw-, covered wh ith hlii carpet-
I'ud fidI of lt htetw-, of tortoise-.,hel
inil jLsothe'-of pearl, -iPiOrtinV
_iii iuiuated Kolt. n.-. The ,ity- i t ftll
,_f "( M ,,itl~e., ~^ eld [,oiihl-, ich,..:ls
h snoua-tery il,,llege-, -nid tIathi., samu
hm'ite th nii seven hundred eai-. uMld
.,orloiedl with marble eo'It) t porlhlin
1 pdl1a'., and all the arthlitectiiu'al 'lui'ie-
which ouce tilled Grniiad.i. Eael.
"'college" or school of Mahiiimedai:
tho,.,ght seems tu have foutndedl a b:,uilil
iig here for it,, disciples' use. and tilt
occupattin ,If the city will re'-verbcrati
all through I,.lain. The cor'rtspouleni


says the learning has died aivay, the
iliruardnis of the shrines are iliterate
Jc ^ "


S bigots, ai n th.- .Itoz.,U, ar- at.,l-ti,-,"
French rn,- d. "'.i-tnpL.ev, ._I .0
least resin.tit]"i.
LV .I,'R.E._1,I OW (;l,'ME.
S-
S. In ne.-, I \ .-_ ,V p; ti:ioa ,,f the .-i
n try the 1"- ," ,i. I- L .se (lt e "..-i
t demic .,ft' iiW.,>-." i w, ,died it I,
1 other d.iv "h. iiha l,,'.ioken out .
generally .,-,,ii whiih '.--w to., I..
spreadiii_ ,-, i ,il :. _. -. .-if 1.1
) w writers -i;g,' t v,,-,l:,t ,r,,-,],._,,>. ,.1
Srepression-a remedy which would be
worse than the disease; others fall tc
abusing the courts and the lax ad-
ministratiop of law; and others still
Think with ourselves that the propel
antidote lies in an aroused public
opinion, which is after all the most
efficient police force that man has ever
devised.
One or two of the papers take views
of the matter which are curious enough
to be worth commenting 'upon. The
Charleston News and Courier, for
example, admitting that "the long
roll of crimes of one sorl and an-
other published in the newspapers
from" day to day naturally induces
the belief that lawlessness is on
the increase," points out that this in-
iM.i.p, a i- _.it '-&>':"^ rlly o ,:,,! r':t **,h .'.
e. i a ,,,, '-i i i:."..,.'


,ia.-a that' .d








peli'-'- d 1-h.-.,u iit burIi to ainy others'
food the newspapers give, and the
various news a.',ciation, are-, for that
dem






reason, urgent in their demands that




".** every crime shall be reported by their
L7 a e t. .:

, Nt only so, but the mere rapidity






iv with which our popt-idtion is> mni~is-a1.
I' lug would account f iipitihl
percentage of the ase of crime;
tLmv pre crimes, of c will be om-he
nfooditti-h newspapers fifty ns of people
vthin among forty nsa, forwhile theat
reason, urgent inhef hdemaconsids that






II *iyt'-'iii i ., iiab t- u *> eii c ,- lonly
whevery crime shall be reported by their






., pN dii oubt this-; and eiamt ie irtrue.






k Iale;linriiig l.nl)iic atteil~ion is. tin- i.-.

1-iLc.-' thsit lli., hib-in pli--' \ithin tli.-
Slst feon so, buth-e ni1it linorapidity v
ie with whin tchl urt ultth ni two. It -, i,
V indiWould accountilfed that f tli- ,iaiiali-
per eentage of the m~e of crime;














;ipt" -tit>' t'. ii "i.Li.hi-- ott' ho ii 'i',' tiui
hei-n i-i n.tt.-r.illv enla ir'g-d duin I' tig tha
more crimes, of c Wl' Ilbe com-







rnit tldain-i fifty p sris of peopleiii
Sintiplih-n am lng forty ns, while the
,i".i- .i ansd-he- 4l i t.-Sche onsd-.
ra < ,)ili d> jatilo ii, the dl,)iwi-0 only








Ii is t.'r'/-nd ipoin iii that the| jin<;r>.-..i-.> i..
,dwhetally in the 'on ii tiuurnive h.Io.n'
k,; peliols .of tlune; an"If vha1t i,11,:,"
It, haleg-o-pul~tlic attenlhonkthI,=I-_ e
n aiokal.,l iuc.rau hi(in e.-,of vi,.,-
l.-nce that ha&, t-aken phv:e within the
1W last fe-w mouths--we miight ahin~t -av






-, it in the etHciecuthy ot two.I h :i-11
A.. hardly 6.e- ilnainl(-i d thatt01- jeB j uiLbr .







apil,?t it -h d., li'(l.,h thdt o niiirdm,
with iank llytxnrianue-. It viu-ug that
at gtheiviu-pof thnel prs htakesof tu~lnly-.i
tat i h.tt i',d thei.ry power .id-nte- ativl"
nei ther wift en' ig0,loi o.- Hetaint,
'i eniainl ti etriktl any tr'si> into evil,
4. tosi~dd,..rtion., tihe dl-;11,a C0110n 1.144.0













ih does ,r-i. ",.in-I-in'.' it hay,, n.do_-s not
It aptidic-entlv duni ni..h [nci~i-i-l.u nht.-r,
i" dti the rpeniteetia orchain-gi- has
at uot i the etfliiency o> f the> i,?w-














[t otfiice-... Fiui d [nire i-tlk'.tivn rin-
d it t itb f-e,-." .t
el Q ul ite u o, .I! .-, r, by th








d fA .1u toolih o 'enit''ui mst. not I'i.hi ,I
to (1,.4, which ,:l ae that "m r r'







iv the Bitank hl -riapIe."p of hlA'Viwf
,d the -cati,e of -uch a st ate -of rhino-, i-,











i flnd ( ^ri'untdils. thlere- niiybt hi' a -dlii-
tha tiit chtu, r;. re allude to coiiprtal
neither -wift en,)ilgh noi,'eertaiu






e peni-lh to nt. Bany tei-ing aintoe tin-
Bie doers.H -avnin- am,,' it -xtispdoteil anoti
It apparently thmice that yielded t uoti-
w anl the penitenti: y a reiiheaniitviiohai-s
le noti fr,.iII-lt i, l)ean f ie oU t hir
It whipping-po.Ftr and Mr Bere t.tiftesui-
. explicitly that n-o Tukie flor eiaplB,
id folr a focolish senti ent-11, not h 1i,_-d I
w the Bri.-ith, the pp,:,rle of Dlelawar-e,





1 ied repe.nti, th an offence thh t wbeaa-





itavenged b~y the haintinadi."
S In ota r wonds we allude to retrace i'
l ptups di-n tBh e long and painfe acnet,
B' which have almost xib edring theveal
c past hundpi'ed yt:,t ayeld revive nthe





h' ideon.. and oh.'>ole~tf barrb)aiiaie5 of tlie
Sina,. tl-e stink, and the way f puknoiivet-bar-
S hasritier the .elawa.-re i if which hiat jlLt,






') been ex-irpated in Englan- by the
abolition of ntogginhg in the navy.
We admit-o ;t society has the riht to adopt e amp
- method of irp'epl. sng. iune that ia
tL avely to piove most effei2itad,."but be-
f ft:l adopting tit -.wn andust bt aeeurta

Spentelitptntred4iclylitseU au not peieti-
f ciouAs a.nd as -a tatteracit of t eot
i, only in cirp-ir~td punishniert bi'utaliLZ
l.shg'in it'h effect uond tho".e wnotl in-
, hiritict witneh.s it, hut it waih phas'i-ely
I hetnhode of ieh une' tailnie ae e a deter
ltni lls to crioe thot it wa.; dihlct',be-il.


Thle .l-ays wheu petty criminals were
St l"whitIpd at tLhi-aril-tail to TybLiu In-
t hill andI back'" were preci-ely ti'. days
when crimes of violence were m,)-t
| rampant in Eigland; and it h;- been
proved over and oiver again that Dela-
waie enjy- no y oinparative unniinity
Sfromi c ime u hi ic Cannot lie aeuniiteldiI
Sf'or hy the absence o(f TL'eit cilt-, tlii-
e s oialiliif-s Ot' the ared over which hi-'
S lawhi:lv,-il to opiate, ;nil the li, ..
, geilec-.,ine.t s uf her pop, nL titu.
The titrue i'-,luely, n. we lia t b Y to a propel pitch -,f iidI;ii.itiiu. Tlr
s exiktin.- lai. are. adia-l iiate f...r tih
"* ptlnl.-.boinent ,,'Of <.IiIne; siu h ,iUlln.lh
Smeut, iwi't and v'-rtai ii, i. the only
_ efficient preventiv,- o-t i-fhnli(-; and
I public opinion niilF '.iu-, t,- it tlhiat tlhie?
* lawi are duly eifrie'.-l Thi-, with
'--the slow e cuL, ntiton .f tuiei. i- tlie
Proper and sllicivi-it re-uedv.

I WVE spoke ye,-ti.,rday of tile nilnil,.I'
it of immiglrnt- who p,-,tilr1.d P it',' the
I country diu'in 1-__',l. Moie,-:xa-.,t lig-
* ures ari niw at h.mnd, and it i- I',6iii-1
e that the total inimilgr.iti,-inlf tie '.(1ir
e reached jut 4-l41ii.lii., .n inc-l'u.-e of
t nearly one-third over 1I, The Mid-
* die piid Western States .t the bulk of
e thr w-*ig u ,ettlei' though a StroUng
.-, ^ ._ ._ ,"- (.*' ; -*. -


MY IEXrEtIENCE
has demonstrated to me
the fact that the people
of Jacksonville appreciate
FINE GOODS. My stock of
Fancy Articles for the com-
ing Christmas and holiday
trade,. purchased direct
from the Importers AT
BOTTOM CASH PRICES,
is undoubtedly the finest
ever brought to this City.
They are entirely distinct
from the ordinary line of
goods shown here, and it
will certainly pay you to
look at -them before you
make up yourmind to pur-
chase elsewhere.
They comprise a fine line
of POLISHED OLIVE
WOOD, VIENNA GILT
GOODS, SILK PLUSH,
HAND PAINTED CARD
CASES, POCKET-BOOKS,
etc., etc. The Ladies are
oft en puzzled as to the pre-
sents-they shall make to
their gEntlemqn friends.
They will please remember
tha.t_.they_$qan be -uite,

thiey purchase or -int, wAs
shall be pleased to show
them our goods.
A few pieces left over from
last year selling at cost.

OEO. HUGHE ,
CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST,
COR. BAY AND OCEAN' STS.


FLORIDA CURIOSITIES.

A LARGE LIVE ALLIGATOR
ON FREE EXHIBITION AT
MACKEY'S FLORIDA CURIOSITY BAZAAR,
37 EAST BAY ST.
.(THREE DOORS WEST OF CARLETON HOUSE)

- A Large and fine Assortment of CURIOSITIES
peculiar to Florida and adjacent islands.
I. I.IACKEY, Proprietor,
MANUFACTURER OF ALLIGATOR TEETH,
SHELL AND SEA BEAN JEWELRY.
nov29,3m


THOMAS TUGBY,
Manufacturer, Importer, and Dealer in
F-AZNCY- GOQ3DS-
Also Novelties, Curiosities, etc.

A FINE ASSORTMENT OF'
Rogers & Broj.' Silver-Plated Ware.

31 EAST BAY RT.
decl5,4ai -


I


MEDICAL.

r ITALIZED''

PHOS-PHITES
It restores the ... t-- i I ..,


movement toward the Southwest was
noticed. The immigrants brought
about $12,000,000 with them to the
country, of which nearly one-fourth
was paid out for transportation West-
ward. Illinois received over 43,000 of
the new arrivals; Pennsylvania, 36,-
000; Ohio, 19,000; Michigan, 17,000;
Wisconsin and Minnesota, each 15,000;
Iowa, 12,000; Massachusetts and New
Jersey, each 11,000; Connecticut and
Missouri, each a little over 7,000.
Kansas, strange to say, got only 4,000,
her prohibitory constitutional amend-
ment proving a bugbear to the beer-
loving Germans.
THE Administration at Washington
is said to have adopted the following
rules to govern the appointment of
Federal officers in the several States:
Every office whose jurisdiction is
within the limits of one Congressional
District, such as a post-office in a coun-
try town, is to be filled upon the re-
commendation of the Representative
of that District in the Lower House of
Congress, provided that Representa-
tive be a Republican; or, in old-fash-
ioned parlance, it "belongs" to the
Congressman. Every office the juris-
diction of whiih extend bovond the
h !i t ..1 '. o t' I_"'h,. :] [1. .
;-.-t -,..h <,, U i.-l St.,-< M .,-hi.il-
-hi.i,. li.-tu.,.t A tt,. ILI;d.],,]. 1 d .[
..tlr..i, ih~tt-in:ii revtonue .nd .',i-tu
hnti," c.,lie'toi.tilps, and i,
I ,tn.. , ,.l.; L<.a- c.jr-i",.tgjFa ilt_
u.iw thLoi OLe -(',>,ugr.esio.ila I -i-tri, t.
fire to be filled on tihe wom..,l-td.,
*tiou of the Senators from tiait Stat.-.
it' tli,:v a,, ;ii :: R ,-| l,:ln.-j ,,"r. i! ,,ithofr
x,:,,dl. th,-,-y, l h*.,::- "lni>:,I,2i."' to the.


MAR' IINALIA.
'. It is torch and go with the lamp-
lighter.
S. According to the New Oreaw-
Picayune sausage at whliolesale prices-is dog
cheap. '_-[i
I don't like that cat. It's got
lapiiters in its feet!" was the excuse of a
four-year-old for throwing the kitten away.
-,. No, "Irene," next year is not leap
year. We are open for proposals, how-
ever, even if. the year 1882 cannot be di-
vided by 4. .
S. A man running for office in Te-as
was detected drinking water and waste-
feated by the biggest majority ever knoivn
in the district.
Syracuse has a female architect.
Norristown, according to the HeralI of
that place, hasn't a female architect, but
she has more than one designing woman.
S. "I fear I have spoiled my beauty,"
said Laura, when she shut her nose in the
door-jamb. "Oh, that's nothing," replied
Fogg, consolingly. Laura says she never
did like that fellow.
A Professor Gunning, up in Michi-
gan, is lecturing on *L A Fort Wayne editor, who has been there,
rises to remark that it is "generally the
sheriff or some woman."
From the Little Rock Gazette: Yes-
terday a colored drayman had considerable
trouble with his mule. The old man was
standing on the sidewalk engaged in a
religious discussion with a pren'ber Thb
mule kicked at a boy.I "IV IA%.- d..Lt.ik4
the owner. "Ain't yer got no m. -mi..
den to pick up a fuss wid a chile Da&L
mule is.awful briggerty ob late." Tilring
and taking up the thread of discourse, he
was again disturbed by the animal. "Keep
on," he yelled, "time I add off two years
ob corn from yer feed yer won't be so ski-
larkish."


HARDWARE.


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IMPORTERS A ND DEAER -iN

Hardware, Iron and Steel Edge Tools,

STOVES I'iN N '%R-F, T. i LP. ANTD P,';i'r
CUT KLLi ., NA 1 1 I. r 1 TTV. .'
.*.Vr..*pn --.-i .,....,-.-f--.-Rl-r' ri' I'i.i S '
Pt'I=- L [. ANt, IN.D N ri' I ..



Doors, Sash and Blinds.
'/


Gas .Fitting, Roofin- Jobbing nd
Tin Smithing Don to Order. -"



Agents for the Following Specialties

WASHBUilN & MOEN'S BARBED WIR,
FENCE.
HAZARD POWDER COMPANY.
S. L. ALLEN & CO.'S AGRICULTURAL
IMPLEMENTS. '

The Largest 'and Best Stock

Blai3'arxess a3xca. Sadd-1aE,-l
SIN THE STATE.

BAY ST., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
nov29,lyr

HEADQUARTERS .

FOR

Staxrk3e's 3DIXIE,


(Genuine),


DRUGS


n ervollneF-s or ...... r
lieves las'i-ude, r .. .-..1.
S.. freshes tlie n wes

ens a failing in. .i ... i .1 ."
al diseases of ". : ,. ...
BRAIN AND NERVE FOOD.

P HOS-PHITES.

< ',,1.i. -.. .. -- .,i 11. .,iness, im
gives quiei, rest and sleep. Itege
a better disposition to infants an:
children, as it promotes good heki,
to brlain and body.
Composed of toe Vj;,al or'- ..
iving principles of the OC-G!rai and i '"a- ,
Germ. Physlansc i1. i r I ..'"- .' Pck-
ages. For sale by i .. .
F. CROSBY & CO.,
664 and 666 Sixth Ave., N. Y.!
dec21.5-m


an d o, i r h n pr ,ved .. ... .


PLO WS. -.XfE & MULLER


The celebrated


TIMES Pnd SOUTHERN GEM


Stoves-



New York ENAMEL PAINTS. -



DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,
AND

HARDWARE.




@armaaers, -

Qrsiiig-se I-zo-wers
-' AND


will SAVE MONEY by buying their Goods of


GARRETT, BOWEN & VAN BUREN,
/
58 and 69 WEST BAY ST.,
nov29,ly JACKSONVILLE. FLA.


/


Seni-Tropical Fruit

L=so -


MANUFACTURING


CONFECTIONERS

NTo- 29: FiP-ne St-

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


ORANGE MARMALAD]

FACTORY.

Preserved Figs, Grape, Mango, Quinc

Gnava- Jelly and Marmalade.

LEVON JELLY, CHOICE FINE CANDLE
Made Fresh Daily,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. -




XmO & O

No. 29 Pine St.,
JACKSONVILLE.
Price List to the Trade furnished on
application.
The purity of our goods are unsurpassed, s
ways fresh, at low r-ice, wholesale and retail
Preserves of all kinls neatly put. up and ship
to all parts of the United States I nd Canada.
nov29,lyr


DEALERS IN



GROCERIES

Si AND


PROVISIONS



LIQUORS, CIGARS AND TOBACCO,



_'t Wholesale and Retail.


4
,I
i./


Corner BAY and OCEAN STS.,


JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


Consignments of Country Produce Soaicitea.
Afv29,lyr


MILLINERY.

E. C. COFFIN.


Millinery, Dress and Fancy Goods.


.AL13
All Article?'efor the Toilet.

S A. C, A''IiRT:MErT O F
Jew;Iry: -
SOLID SILVER AND PLATED WAI3
-- e3ru n x ejry" /
OF THE CHOICEST SELECTIONS.
nov29,1yr "


,0. L. KEENE}
,.' L K :F

Millinery, Fancy, Dress Goods and lotion$.

A Fine Line of KID GLOVES, LACES and all
MATERIALS for FANCY WORK constantly ini
Stock.
SPrompt attention given to Orders.

67 %WEST B.AY b'..'.LtJJa''.LH
COR. LAURA,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
_- nov29,lyr


CINCINNATI AND ROCHESTER

'B E3 E _

The undersigned have just received a large con
nment direct from the Breweries, and are pre-
red to sell in quantities to suit purchasers at
Wholesale and Retail.
BThe Bler of the above Brewveries
i1 conceded to be thle best in the
e untry, and is especially recom-
n.sended for Invalids. \


a NETSO & BOHLEN,
Lii. 28 OCeairU St-.
e JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
S ec8 lyr


IT WILL PAY YOU
S-- 'to cli and examine my Stock of

HOLIDAY GIFTS.
It is most Complete, and the Goods are
MARKED LOWER
than they can be Bought for elsewhere.


FINE LINE OF GIFTS
In OLIVE WOOD', Curious Designs. from Vienna.

G-ent's Ta-v-elim.x COases
(Very Complete Line).

ODOR CASES, in Russia Leallier; Plush and
Satin CARD CASES, JEWEL and PUFF BOXES,
LADIES' NAIL SETS, CELLULOID SETS; al!o
Separate CELLULOID COMES, HAIR and
TOOTH BRUSHES. in White, Blcue, and Mala-
chite. HANDKERCHIEF and GLOVE SETS,
FANCY TOWELS. Finest Line o' CUT-GLASS-
BOTTLES, TOILET SETS, and VASES in the
City, and last, but not leas5,
BAB Y SETS, in Leather and Plush.


My e:.oenses being nominal com-
p.,eclv w ih E.-.ySt;eeL ]-oiioe%, eu."'le
!Vme to Se'%P.L cGQ __-iu in ii
ne Af, oia tato 25 per cent. less than
azy Hose in thlie City.
Give iae a tiri itnd you'll, find this
a fact.


St. James Pharmacy,
OPPOSITE ST. JAIMES HOTEL.

BENJ: L. HUGHES,
nov29,tf 2rope-3.etor..

J. I. Griffin & Co.,
CORNER BAY AND LAURA STS.,
-JiaoJssori.-'trlX, F'loipdcaa,
Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Etc.,'-
Fancy and Toilet Articles
French and Englisj Brushes, Perfumery, etc.
'GERMAN AND FRENCNMSPOKEN HBBE.._
Sole Manufacturers ol the Celebrated
Florida Pine Tar Cough Syrup.
Patent Elastic Caps for Vials and Bottles.
Prescriptions carefully compounded with acuen-
racy and despatch, by competent persons, at all
'hours of the Day and Night. novl9Jy
.:EOI=B

SFine Holiday Gifts
LI CALL AT
Io- E- BICI3A.BDS0o ,S

DRUG STORE,
iBay and Hogan Sts., Opposite Astor
i Building.
A full line of choicest PERFUMES and FRA-
GIANT WATERS.
TOILET CASES, COMBS AND BRUSHES, etc,
and SUPERB DESIGNS. IN
/ TOILET, BRIC-A-BRAC GOODS.
u-v2i!vr


TREMONT HOUSE,

COP l'INI AND FORFSYTH :-TS .
J \tKSi NVILIE, FLA.
Ei v"'LARGE AN[) AIRY.
,, ..,nr-hi .... .Ii l -irT *iii.ia '* '


RATES,-$2 50 AND $3 PER DAY.
COO2 &; SW7-EHETSEI,
nov1291
nov29.1vl~op-:L&os


ELMWOOD HOUSE,
80 FORSYTH ST.,


Jaoksoi-s-rille Flr..


FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS.

TERMS MODERATE.

P- .tA TRIII SEJW,-
yviaO,tf.* PRO4'RIEToBR-


S. MARK'S HOTEL,


NEWNAN ST.,


JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.



Rates, $2 60.to $3 per Day.
Dov29,tf


EVERETT HOUSE.
NEW, SPACIOUS, ELEGANT.

Fitted Up in Metropolitan Style,

WTrrH L'iFtABE AN1O A Uir .O0ip '
L~_OCATIONS
'* ; ? l ..? ^ *

OvKERLOOKLO ....ft
.oo ir -,y _Slit'-. *.---.-

1.. ',.. .. i ,Ifsld l test Convenienees,
nov291 ty


:NO-w" OjPEIMTh-


ST. CLAIR HOTEL,

GREEN COVE SPRINGS.



Farley & Coulter,
PROPRIETORS.


B-A-TElS, $3 to $4 per-a DeWy-
dec10.4m


decl0.4m


THE
WINDSOR HOTEL,
Ja"o, so.oxL-.-i'- 1e, a-" _:,
NOW OPEN.
Address, by mail or telegraph,
tml,82 14_ -I'M OfVLS-


THE PUTNAM HOUSE,

?ALATKA, Fla.
wT 0 W 0 -E' : Tr-
Address, by nail or telegraph,
tml,82 F. --. 01MV5..

SANFORD HOUSE,

srateo-n 1j~_, la-


declOiw


NOW OPEN.


ORANGE GROVE HOTEL,
iTampa, 'la -

"ii ie- .2 "RO ITO. B,
Bec29,8m PROPRIETOR.


"THE SUWANEE,'
- OEDIA E'E-Z-, IA.-
The Largest and Best Appointed Hotel on the
West Coast of Florida.
L. Y. JENNESS,
.PROPRIETOR.


CLARENDON HOTEL,
Green Cove Springs, Fla.
OPEN FOR THE SEASON 1881-8s2.
HARRIS & APPLEGATE,
dec3l,tf PROPRIETORS,


MRS. C. FREELAND,
SCorner Julia' and Forsyth sts.,

First-class Private Board.
nov22,6mo JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


DREW, HAZELTINE & LIVINGSTON.
OWNERS AND AGENTS OF
Line of Yessels lRunning North and East,
and
JACKSONVILLE MARINE RAILWAY,
AND DEALERS IN

Lime,- Plaster, Hair, Cement,

SHay, Brick and Ice.
LAURA STREET WHARF,
jA(' ".:>'1ni iIr FL' i~iDA
itui.'.i~lir .,- i ~ t.


HOTELS.
SC PA.YD_
Hav lng been assured that the grove .
ity of Jacksonville and F'orida w '.- I ..
keeping OPEN a First-Class HOTv I i'.i.'-
THE SUMMER, we have decided NO'i I,"i.'i
"THE DUVAL" in the SPRING a' .. ..
but will keep it open the year rofun, i.....
that the citizens of Florida and the ti ..
lie who have so unanimously urged II.' ""
will extend to us their patronage ai .. .- .....-
we are, respectfully,
SCOVILLi' .. LL'
Also of Kimnball House, Atianta, "'.. '
lington and Norvilie Hotels, Lynehburg, Va.

"THE CARLETON."

STIMPSON & DEYNELL, Proprietors.

J'a~ca~ssd-v7-Jlle, 'E'~Lsii-
BRICK HOTEL. FIRE HOSE ON EACH FLOOR.
Passenger Elevator and all modern improvements.
New Billiard Hall.

ALSO PROPRIETORS OF
OCEAN BLUFF HOTEL
IKesixebu-uank.port, :M:-e.
nov29, tf


TYSEN & SMITH,

FOOT OF OCEAN ST.


General Merchants,

SWHDLESALE DEALERS IN

Flour, Homiy, Grain, Hay, Feed, etc.

Brick, Lime, Lath, Cement, etc.


Seed Rye anJ Seed Oats, Wrapping Paper,
Paper Bags, Twine, etc., Orange Boxes, Orange
Wraps. Agentlfor apes' Fertilizers.



Country Merchants yan ship on our steamer
City of Sanford, direct from our wharf, free of
wharfage. nov29.1yr


RESTAU


OYS.


FLOUR AND FEED.

M. C. RICE % C0.,


COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,



Giaiini, Hay, Flour. Hoitniiy. Meal and
Bacon

74= West Ba -r stet,
JACKSONVILLE, FI.1
nov29,lm '


Taylor's European Hou .
Taylor's Eiiropean Honse, ,,


FLORIDA



)EPOT

'/
Or THE


BERNER & ENGEL



BIREING COMPANY.

7%.


IP2fltADE3Pia&.


'IAGER
~TY'[I| I. I I >




IBER


FAMOUS EVERYWHERE

S AS *


The

T Pures,


The Freshest.




TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED.



JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

G. A. GEMUNDEN,
Manager.
A fair trial 'of this celebrated beverage will
convince dealers of its superior shipping and
keeping qualities- having stood the test in the
warmest climates, and being acknowledged by
mor,-ri-i rs- a;a s lire aL.I ati, l"arli ay r
*I .Thi d-_.-Al Fupf.li.,d wi1 th6e l 'dr 'Li f
Ty o m lhe S o. i^,l L'd irr -irp,:,i
i-.riA. l a ? pzdh a .fiLi,'a
* ,Orsli-r'. &..hisled an,. pr..mp4 i "l;< "ii sfll
teLi BnS,, i


I-


BETTELINI'S

RESTAURANT,


NO. 18 EAST BAY ST.
i -.- \I u.t.blf d^B-ate. ^r --
egular Meals.) '
Breakfasts................ 8o0 cents.
Dinners...................... 35
Suppers................-......
To Order
All delicacies to be had in their season at mode-
-rate prices. nov29,lyr

THE COLUMBIAN HOUSE
NO. 22 WEST BAY ST.
The poet very truthfully rpmarked- -
Hail to Columbia, the gem of the ocean,
The exile looks on with blissful devotion.
There's no place beneath the sky
So dear unto the eye
As Columbia, the home of the brave and the
free; -
Columbia, the gem of the world I"
And therefore
Capt. Jack Bdnner-
would invite all hL ..1.1 I frod and plenrtv of new
ones, to call at hi Eslatahishm,-nt and receivee a
hearty welcome.


AmD CIOiA "


rARANT,-
AY' ST.


(Sejr Everett Rouse).
A FIRST-CLASS DINING-Rook.
WnEALS AT ALL HOURS.

* d8,3m PROPRIETOR.


PROPRIETOR.


MRS. SEVERANCE,
Home-Made Bread, Pie, and Cake Bakery,
ABBOTT'S BLOCK, FOBRSYTE ST.,
Between Ocean and Pime Sts.
Excellent Board, transient and permanent
Families supplied with Meals a specialty. Iced
Milk always on hand. Cigars and Tobacco.
dec28.1m


Buy the Best and Cheapest.




GOULD & CO.S'


The Sanforda Grant, FERTILIZER


Below the Line of Injurious Frosts.
Lands for-Orange, Lemon, Lime and Pine-
apple culture for Truck Gardening for Northern
markets, for Villa Sites, on high-banked, spring
lakes, for sale to actual settlers on long time and
at reasonaby prices. The Swedes undertake to
plant and re for orange groves for Northern
owners. -
ImprovediProperty, Orange 'Groves, etc., can
be ptrohasa on the Grant, including Groves, just'
coming intibearing. hi the Swedes' Colonv.
TOWN 1OT IN SF'ORDI) FOR SALE.
I
Great in l-'1emi-nus o-ffered to manulawrurmg
enterprises ihu mrapi.lly g..wing ,own. Lola
donated toAh,: m
DAILY MAIL AND STEAMERS.
Temninus Soutb F-loriJa Railroad.
Telegraph. ,epool. hbureheB, Express Oee,
Newuvpaper, County Fair Gr6n risat te,
atijaer Work soon to be "-
-' established. etc. -
RaiadI15,]' a,: ra.* of coiceutand, suftaiiMto-15
eu-&uuiiiaI~e add all Alddie Fgibuda cdiorut s.
5i,%THF-DDN & WMoLAN, Local Agents
r'i~ni-'nlle; Fls.
":" JAMrES E t'N;RAHAM. A4enti.
nov29,lyr Std,'.rd, Orange county.
BARGAINS.

FLORIDA SAVINGS BANK
will Sell a Nice Place on Arlington River; Twenty-
four Acres; good House; Thirteen Acres cleared;
several hundred Orange Trees; House Furnished;
all for $2,000. .
On Little Arlington, Five and a Half Acres;
Plastered House, four Rooms; $600."
Five Water Lots at Riverside, from $1,000 up-
ward.
A pretty Cottage. near the Water Works, $1,500.
Good Brick House, Full Lot, in Jacksonville,
$8,000.
Many other Desiratle Places and Wild Land for


sale.


First-Class M0

Secured by PROPER
TIMES the SUM I
REGULAR 1INC(
Apply to
I-_ G-_ A
decl7,lm


l^-^3..rolh.aa
Jacksonville being ti
in the State, and conta
the different depart
the best, most conveffl
, the ladies of this State
they may need in any
household. Bysimpl
structions as to vlat
be attended to with 019
thereby saving to you i
of goods, also the troi
consequent upon your
must be inclosed by t
mail. Your orders, Wl
companies with remitt
attention, and good
boat, mail or express
dress Mrs.


SInsect Exterminator


has been during the pat season thoroughly tegtud
by many of the first Orange Growers and Ofr
deoprs of the State apd received their indorse-
ment and approval. f
The malarial whJch-forms the base or this r-
lizer contains pow.h. lime, phospboric ad ''.
imcnd other sstial elmnta of p a"
ro~lmam a c.,pidr e --.



AN-h f IAOT'P' Lt *rputuI barrels ootalinng-
i'0poundsiorelght UaItelAto te ton. Pce, 4 $ .
per barrel ; S& poe ton. '-
Al orders wiLh remnutmance promptly fned.and t
delivered free on board cars or'boat .- -

a-oO jD &S oo-,7 -
No. 6 West Bay St., Iacksonville, Fla. "
nov29,ly -
'* '


S. H. Hamilton,
DEALER IN
BAR AND CEDAR KE.Y OYSTERS%
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.

MARKET VHARF, JACKSOdNVLLK.
dec4lm


et Harry Mzeiskopf.
Irtgages for Sale. AarACR 0 AoDDAD
_ 0 Fm a ri x a t s O i l s "V a Q i s a s

Glues, Brushes: Window, Picture and
ITY worth TWICE to FIVE
LOANED and producing Carnage Glass; Gold and oMetal Leaf, Bronze, .
WBE. Copper-, Alium,- Pumice Stone, Kerosene.
'/[FT W? fSand and Emery Papers, etc.
TIr"I: nT .- fT'': Agent for Pratt's Mineral Colza Oil, 300 de "
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. firetest; Johnson's Prepared Kalsominme Wads-
.g ..e:. -. worth, Martinez & Longman's Prepared Paints.
ie largest commercial city WAI OIL SOAP' ND PARAFINE OI. .
aining many rival houses in FOR ORANGE TREES.
cents of business, presents- ,s t -- t- -
ent and cheapest place for W est B .ay -sT4
to send and oDy whatever (Sign of Big Barrel),
part or portion of their (Sign of Big Barr), -
Swriting, giving 'me full in- novT29lyr Eom8>=-v1I.3- iB JA.-
is wanted, your orders will
patch. economy and tas'.s ABR W ATT
i both quality and p.-ices L A B W -A-N T E D
uble, ex'inse end fatigue on Sanford Grant.
comimgin personn Postage on Sanford Grant.
those wishing answers by o m r u y
-hether small or large, ac- Skilled or common labor will find employment
tance, will receive p-iomp at Sanford and on Ih Oran .
s forwarded by freight, LOTS, LAND kND LUMBD' R '.-
iaser tustruedons. Ad-
"JAMSA GIBSON,5 casbepaid forbypurchaMsersinlaboz -
la., care J. A. Gibson "- B A J.Ff E NQI--
'lon Me shaat(boxll1), .. ..i.- -. : '

S- .


SAL()


AND


/ 99, 101, 103, 105 BAY ST.

Elegant Furnished Rooms

by the day or week.

A FIRST-CLASS TABLE D'HOTE.

The Flist Restaurant in Jacksonville.
nov29. tf


T


LUNCH



t .'-NE
]E-OOMs^,


28 OCEAN ST.,


Between Bay and Forsyth Sits.


CHARLE,,< -NETS0,


% %


v ._


declO.lw


1 %.






1;1


THE FLORIA. DAILY TIMES, WEDNESDAY,


, HOUSEHOLD,


. b rt.r t i, i '-.1W U Hi...I
tn, i r'f i.-o.-r,l ri .l. .ll

STRAWBERRIES IN WINTER:.
It is ,,i .tionied ; ,i r- i.marki l.l
e\'e''t thatl i'.C arls Doii ley ii 111.1,,
"->W i 1 Fi. ';e, iai liTeeii ei ti. I -it '. -w.
be,.d.i,. o m i,'''ii"i iii.
"Tolit Siigrew Sh-t wri, -. "ti -V, ,-A
the- stu.di,. ._f?'-,ly Sw|~- \\ii t. rt .,t
which 'li.-it; tak- [' a ri-at i tii-y ,r-
imakibe "In:itlit'.l. But a -ti ,il.-
I ,lly _ii a lst i'awl,-riy i-1 hlt.d"-i
tiili' a ,ei a- ,:,Il ti e t.ihil ,. i-iN l, l,
coite iu o6 d M ,i ,t!' ':'ilih [1'.,11 1I
w a lk in tli.- ;ll.,'-ii l]r lii._ '-u li `',' ll .1
hand t'U of rL, !.'>; !11,.] r ,,1 i lh 1.1- ]k-
fa..t table ev\,i thi,- huloii ld-t ',,.\-
belrr is i ,_,I_-,- 10i-,..-!I, tll ILI .1 '-a ,l_-d
ox auq. s.-', in N wi Eii_'ltIi "
Now if (.'ha rl,:-, DE'nlhtv AV ,,_nvi will
winter in Flri|dA, lie luav fi,,d, nIt
the small, se,?ly S-,t t ol ,:|'l .y .t
Avignon, hut th.; | 1-h, ]|.,.,li-.
fu ll w',r':.\lf l- A1 ,:'I i. h:0 n v.11 i' tn.i
in pet'fejctit,:,n ,t [t-ili h i,, in,
aLlCb abii~ i~i',-4 I" I- '-*"
Mono t ,, It I.. .I | t --
rmua'k3 IliJF :p^^ ^i~ii',t w IllI, t .1 u, L ||,


rua l- .r. S .__i- Noi.li,


.l let o.o, B ,'Y

acre froh, t',:i^^!^^^ T',:,UI.]~-
vil le not el- t'..l ii-J .!l..
W ilt, mno i L .e,
fre.Ih h,:, et pr.rh -', Ithe
eteape. ,i t ilji \-i.,.
- fronm the Noirth, otiuiNorthlenn v|i-it..n^
.. .. vill-hp[Iel:-ite d lhe ,th l lva tii.-f.- and t ca-
pacities- of the soil and climate of
', Flo'idla.
S SILK CULTURE AT THE.SOUTH.
S Silk Culture was first introduced in
Louisiana by-, the "'.i-p.)ny of the
West," in 1718, and in Georgia about
S the same time. The first export of
; silk from the South was eight pounds
Siu 1734., Soon after a silk house was
S" ereet d in Savannah. In 1760, the
cocoons amounted to 15,000 pounds.
', i This hoti" is Liupp,..i-d to have re-
ceived all the silk fi'oni the' Gulf
States. The product iu 17,'.; Vt.-, 20,-
0- u pounnq,. FPaI-liajiehi 13du ed their
prie- trm ,3s. to 1. id and. tlte pro-
duct fell off so rvitly tihat the total
aioiint in 17. w.1 a S Ionly 2N11 pounds.
South ('aruliua had niada- commend4
ble iproresis in the art. biit the Revo-
lutiouaJ.y war put a stopp to the culture
of silk il tlie South. This industry is
now being reviv-ed in Luitisiajina, and
in Florida it is ena.dium.- the attention
of a few latdie of the hi-lher class who
\ are --kin to int-et tfo1, Department
of Agriculture atll vreive the culture
m as a pleuant and remunerative em-
S ploymient, particularly for ladies. The
DUijiIsIVTy Vr !)Ws everywhere almost
lspontaLtueliIy, and edcoons may be
prod iced and marketed with great'
profit.
The red ce-dar, whi,h hia., -ii c)o
plentiful in all the ham-nio-ks of Flor-
ida; has been suibje,:-ted. to -uchi a (con.
: tlinuous drain tAi1r the ],at tve'1I- years,.
for the benefit of the p n-eil janula.K-
.. hturer- una(tl, of the nill1



'?lhprofita:
Sbecoinme a thinn,'-
cedIdar Is ,not amonrlg the prIdu,.tsia
aire ciiltivated for protil in till'a-t
age.
-LEMON ('.\KE. -Oe,.- tup of liai',
four' es., thliree table-spoonfuls ot
sweet ildk, threl e tal.,lesp'-,,nfi ':..f
melted butter, three- teaponfuilfl of
lbakinl powder, and one euip of flot'r.
,> ; S'a't'f.--One lemon ijilice iand grated
n indi, .one cup of' cold water', one cup)
. of sugarroue e-g', and.. tabl-espoon of
S corn lta'ch. Beat lemon ,rind ande-v
itogetherl; ltip iin U tlar and lentil
- juice; dissolve coru starch in cold
S water. Cook in a tin overv hot wa,:t-
S till it jllies.
S/ The "United, States Fish Freezint
Company of Philadelphia," with i cI p--
ital of $*2,i:,ih.,) has bI.een organized for
- the purpose of handling fresh water
S fish. Their freezing et.allisheitiit will
: be located in Detrit.

Canadian farmers claim that barn-
S yard manure is better for stga' beets
than phosphates. This is contrary to
--our American experience.


FI~ORIIXA


Stone and Pipe Co0 p'y


S"PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL

.STONE WORK,
Well Curbino',
Drain aund Sewer Pipe,
Chimney Flues,


"OFFICE AND WORKS.
CORNER BAY AND CEDAR STS.
E. D. ROCKWELL, Sup't,
[lflitrated, prce Usi furnius.hd u appF.:ai.:-n
D ''i-12'.dini


Florida Oranges.


J. B. REEDY,
THE ONLY DIREiCT RE,:.ULA.R IMpORTER
OF FRUIT [N GEO:'RIA.

O+OCOA 1-. N ULS, ,
OI^..A-3fG-EiS
Vegetables, Green and Dried Fruits.
I handle more Fruit than any two
houses in the State. -
I am rapi,,ly acquinng eI-inirr W--tr'_ (l':.a-
nec.-t;.n, an-i PR''[IUCERS ..f FL-RP.I['A
SPECLI.LTIEi a-ill ind it t:, itetr-ji-,r--t 1-3
Jliporl-rs of F iin Pruto .-s 1 B, 'f J#l'inis,
In allt Olof of IBold.
Rancy Groceries.
JOSMEPI- B-. M_ EE:De,-
" La Imporier and Grocer. ,
i'Ba fd aitakor .%Ss.,
Lb nofl0 29jy NAV,
V.&_.& W ^s^^^^


INSURANCE.


Oeo. R. Foster & oJ,
G e o *

FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE

Agents Ray's Line New York Packets.I
nov29,ly ;


JEWELERS.

HOLIDAY ,


PRESENTS.


FjNE JEWELRY.


GOLD AND SILYER]j





NOVELTIES


OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.

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D. GREENLEAF & CO.,


WEST BAY ST.
nov29,lyr
P, VAN DER LINDENj
-Watchmaker and Jeweler,
MANUFACTURER OF
FLORIDA JEWELRY
AND
DEALER IN CURIOSITIES
. --' Iepairing a Specialty.,
5 WEST BAY ST., JACKSONVILLE,. FLA.
Snov29,6m


E..F. GILBERT,
Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician,
Corner Bay and Ocean sts.
BRANCHES AT
"The Carleton" and "The Everett' Hltel1s.
General Ticket Agent St. Johns and Ockla.aha
River Steamers, .
:' AFIA m m oe 'KOF ':
Imn por-ted. a.nd. jDomaestio
I CIGARS, CIGARETTES, TOBACCO. ,'-
:,n-29.lyr PtPE'. C-NE&c. &c.


JOHN B. ROCHE,
Mo.. E 3West Bay- St.-,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,

Cheapest Grocer in the

1--W u l -. ,e -,: et Cf

going 4.q tii '. 4 -
SLor.ii'n Layt-r Ra!i:is. p-r f:, 'l iun.i
Plaina Cacr aim-R pi-pr p-:.ai-i It
Vaieii--]ii Ran.-im. pe-r VisnI
Drie- Pera-S s *,-
Drie. Cth-im- .*-"
[ir.e,- Appii- 111
New Turk.-qi, -Prurnc at .:,r.ly I
Bet Fi-n,:ri. a .. -L. I'
Inipn:r[.:l Le ,i.nv. i,.r ,.,.- n ,.,ii-v .-i'
B esi N 'itrr,:' a ',nl- -*
Nl,;- Dates ordy ]l
Cranbiri--T,-. p.r ,q.Ln I
lil" _1t,.:k ,1-,-1 '3N lc_,...- ..,.I- 'l riv-r lIrc.. and -_"
t.: F-riI- aAI' .er.viay I .I I ,..:.ipai.,D
SUu.U4;RS
ilraluli--d 'istidar, ..Inly II
Si.sii.,J rd A Su r.war ,v. I
silan. lril Exlrii r '-.,I .'- r ,,- "lI
Btr Pidc r d Su.gar only....... .......
A nice Yellow-C Sugaronly--........... -.... 9
COFFEE.
Best Java at................................ 30
Best Rio Coffee at............................ 20
Good Rio Coffee at-........................... 12
Also a large stock of Roast Coffeel on hand at
~ ReastCoffee6 on hand. at
'very LOW PRICES.
S'MEATS.
F-.i H[laiu .;.r :-:.-i'd, only-...............4. 6
. t.. t.'. n i I ", ......... .............. 15
P.B-- .-...-i.-------- .... ...-.-.-..-. ..-- 12
' -.I.,.., .ui.i', -.......... ........ ... 10
Ei t M iii--i Ba -...h.I : ly........................ 11
LARD.
For the best only.............................. 15
I BUTTER.
Best G.E. Butter, per pound................. 85
Good Rtate + 30
i.'.:-.n.liry Pu,,. r 85
FL-'iR


r,. -r l.,,,r. ..nh- 5
,';...:.,.l l..,,ff ..ill. 41
Also a stock of Self-Raising Buckwheat,' Self-
Rlaisin' Flour. etc.
l -jr -,,-t., _q~l -... 3,
1 -.anl i n lt_1 .: ,I ... .. ....... .. .. ;.. 3
Pearl M eal only .............................. 8
: ,. ER RE, ICE, RICE,
At onlv 5
Ani l...r tli.- r.--r 8
-D,:, r.l ,ri:.-re. ai I h k r-,r- ,oinzit Idiv .O.u ,,jbJL
C:'.ar. r b. A.... l k-,- l., ,:.& ,:'. all rr..r.i-
SiL r,:r ,,t I,-I quauljri, l. 1 ,1 L egI atjl .i-uiulj
i, -...rl. H -',1i" ..- I.,- t. II, -I'X, "l rtir E LS.ai
_-'re. P! .-. ,fI..L i. t l-r l[, all .D, ,ilet,.-
lr-," .. I".d .. i,- J 41 -'r."' sior'. 'i-, Salljy o- i-i inI
a n1i-1-.,l.- W e..-.-I-s al-I, R'I li ,rocr "l- ,', -
i No. 8 ,S.
West Bai


NB: V,:,rk Fa- I .n Pldtj Arr.AUgLblia vnaM SA R R .3 -3h p rn t 1, t 6 1'- T .... '." "
ana irtk,- F',.anU Ldw-ar Wacon f.,h,, .r ,odiN.O,. -i SOp ti.\ .' T) Y _AT NO.25 LAURA ST.,, LI" DO'ZEN PMNT BOTTLE f,-,r SALE by theTN o 3 'West" t .. "'" "
-- b-- In.. -.'cI-
bus, Wea ol". ,-Ia i .b;0 1 1 0 S'.'LE AGENT in JACK.SONVILLE -
Leaveewn for Eufaula, 8.45 a m i JOHN E.-MANICY, Master, '. P* T TTfT T I T home .., n ,tu,-
J. D. BUCKY. ONE-PRICE CLOTHIER, ohomeSela... JOHNE M-'CY, Master, JH r. -,,, P o.o-., _,,
NO om Pasegrs taking thisvro1te1are6one a
NoT rasnea this route are one rWill4 I Richardson's Wharf (in rear of Post Embalming done in a satisfactory mar. ir -I"R Aericaa oria.'
train-in:advaan-ce and from 12 to 24 hours quicker Offies every afternoon-(Sunday excepted)) at 3 novly Oppose the Post Office. C EAri.JRea r"
5-Wet B~r Sb- aan ^ e~~^^ o ^ ^^ nov29,lyr "Opposite the Post Office. 1" h'I Scim-rs. Razor%.aekei Kw
e-S. than rival lines to all points to the West and o yr
Wet"a -Nortwt, with only one change of ars to Nash. lo for GREEN COVE SPRINGS,TMAN-E -FSRods.nsMs
vil Luisville, Chicago, St. Louis, Indian DARs ORANGE PARK and all WAY LAND- M k ;-A ENT for 51. L AL.T a.E" a Jir.FIYSHING TACKLETa.L. Y;I YeI ,Z,
-E W G-OODiS I DJetroit, 1leveland, Toledo, and Milwaullee. "With INGS when signalled. Returning, leaves "iF, [ni'alL' .1. Is "" "
M E-F,- 0-00)C3DSI Kf ^ s^ c^ ^ -s M M b M flU Klv- ._. &c1 61h...^- ,nns ^ .^
through Pullmnan Sleepers to Cincinnati without TGRMALIAIIORS y ast souidvp-I
change, This is the favorite route. Connection GRIMN COVE SPRINGS at 7 o'clock a. nm. LIQUORS ieaneed .absolU.an e
1TErWT a-OOIDS at Jacksonville with boats for points on St. Johns Thif Steamer has splendid Passenger Accom- J S BELL, elad l"or -
River, 4Ai trains are run daily.,modiod PROPRIETOR tot
AND For further information call on or address modaions. PROPRIETOR CI t -an
JOHN W. McDANIEL, Frefht as low as by any other line. : Real Estate .ge-a- N: B.-Shelis Loa t or. nor2.lyr
Southern Passenger Agent. -S OFrTHE
MTO OL (D)JD STOCK- o. .B. 'RICHARDSON, Ticket Agent. NO WHARFAGE. OF THE JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
9W- Office opposite Astor Block, Jacksonville, FK feh o pe p t NVILLI, SLA.N ROCK Ws
J T mTkTyT-FTla. nova91vr -Ftir freight or passage apply to I GI n UBON & ROCKWELL,
E.T. ri A. L. RICHARDSON, General Agent. y.C3KSOI"T- LLE too9y. Office: Room No.2 Reed's New Block, East Bay .
J.-E. T. BOWTDEN, l.~rA .RCADOGnr&Aet St. (second floor).GEELCUIIO NRHAT
]F" FoDilorida SouthernI Railway. dc20,6m Office on wharf. GEE CO SIO MEC
NO 11 WEST B Y ST Improved id Unimproved Lands, ORANGE -'I
S, NTENDENT'S OFF The Fast-Sailing Schooner l lROVES and TRUCK GARDENS, CHOICE I AND DEAms rN
offerstOitFweek-theFfallowingSions. PALATKA,, September 26,1881. i i lfl BUILDING LOTS, Riveir Fronts, excellent loca-
offers this week the following bargains:- PLT' Stb 21. l ( B < T T ULiveryI a Ond IU' Sale tions for SUBURBAN and VILLA RESIDENCES FLOIDA, ORANGES, PRODivUc Efr., ETC_
500 pair Kid Gloves, 3-buttons, 55c; worth $1. Tras going Trains going MS&1A T I and WINTER HOMES. Good sites for HOTELS ,
500 pair Kid Gloves, 3-buttons, $1 08. Wes. East. and SANITARIUMS in healthy locations. Also No. 6 West Bay St.,
Can trytemKn;iGll, nA. M Stations. P. M. (CAPT. PAINE, Master), Property in the
Can try them on; will give you a new pair if they ,Leave 7.00 .......Palatka-............Arrive 5.30 O sit ST MAK' TL JACKSONVLLE FLORIDA. .
.break.- ,, 722........2Francis.........'.... 5.14 IRIeady for a Charter for NEW SMYRNA and ppost AX O L, JITY AND SUBURBS nov29,ly ", .
4-4 Fruit of the Loom, 10c. ,, 752 ........ MacWilliams..... ,, 4.53
Dr Warner'scelebrated Caroline Corsets, $1 15 8.16........Blue Pond ......... 4.3P is on the HALIFAX RIVER. declOlm JACKSONVILLE, FLA. PFor Sale Cheap. 20 SJ'4 >I
.. :.8.44- - Johnson s ... It. '1 15 5 nsv29 tf Groves built and cared for, and im provem ents
Caicoc per yard. 8..... ..McMeekin. 4.09 A WIDE-AWAKE BUSINESS HOUSE. -. made for non-residents. nv29,8s AT A BAROMN-A iOUSE AND LOT IN,
Gents' Unaundned Shirts, the best in the city, 9.11....... Wait's Crossing..., 3.55 TAVTTin pL lfiTT F. ACKS BAKlA1L-A aoining the N a
1 ,, 9.30...... .Magnesia Springs. 3.4 o masS &.2 lElRIL works Orhl at iaw -
Ladies' and Children's Walking Jackets, from ,, 9.47 ........ Perry 3............... 30 Thomas Nooley & Sos, ILL J. SULLIVAN works, on the North Peant caoo; high
$6up; allwool. 10.11-.....Tarvor----------3.120kiOlSand dry. Apply oJ COGREELEY. at Florda.
Ladies' Black Cloakd and Dolmans, from $2 5 Arrive 10.30........Gainesville.........Leave 3.00 1 omain erint in ad C S Ban thude ed
u.p rie03 .... ansil .... aLe-'-e 3.0 1WV olssale Commilssion Mecrhants in anddCllipp}rs H n S g ai t n avings Ban ; Or to the uande l, d
before buying it will pay you to examine my All trains daily, except Sunday. of Foreign and Domestic HoUS 0 1 Si Pa tin WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN J.Y. PARCE. Agen for H. A. De Land,
goods, as they are strictly new and at prices to i CONNECTIONS." iac24 lm D ,- !
defy competition. TBOWDEN. At Wait's Crossing, going West, for Fernandina Fruits and o roduce, ,OSE, T ax P r. -
T. BOWDE and points North- at Gainesville, for Cedar Key NO. 30 OCEAN ST., nov2 tf23a- a at' OYSTERS, SHAD, -O l to
and New Orleans.
R. ,T. MASTERS, Going East-At Wait's Crossing, for Ocala and JACKSONVILLE. MONEV TO LOAN. A praccal ma offrs his service as fart-cla
Copper, TW and Sheet Iron W'orker, points South; at Palatka, with Steamers for all ESTABLISHED NEW YORK, 1854. Fr a at sh.AKgR hiea a Sar.ee
NO. 31 HOGAN ST.. points on the St. Johns River, Jacksonville, IN THISCITY SINCE 1873. F".,-rSnd Sal f -WatrT i -r Sh yrup. las agod Sugar Jefler and understand
.aWSpecial attention paid I.- p.OOFING.. Savannah, Charleston, New York and points :PRtOMPT SHIPMENTS, the Pitngnd Cuivaiing othe Sugar e.
p 0.-PRO PT S IP'ETSGood ,eedwmoniala.S.Address
O'TIrERINI and GALVANIZELD IR'O'N "'R North and Northwest. CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED. I K .OPA Ade
S NE.GUEL, 7CON, D~*T A FLORIDA DAII~
-+ ~ ".+' '"" o '- N.BR.GRUELLE, + W ; lRETITRNS DAY OF SLE. ', REED'S BLOCK, SAY STI IY BBY *n': a. -, ,
ASBISHED 18w. d-1 .4.i no'29,tt General Superintendent. dl T IN DY "- + 'S"L, -A .". ellBLR- .i ..


JANUARY 4, 1882.


J. H. NORTON,
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT.
TFYi-e, Luife anrdc IZii:Amf3P
F-Ti\Ti,-HrED T,".
JUL-FY 1, 1881-
18102- -IC..., 1kIrI! ,h...1 1 Om -,
18 [,,.8-N :' F Y.-. a 4.,i '
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9 -- r..* .,i .- r,, i,, .. -F r .977 7 14


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8.3.-.6--N II ,. I
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Total assets represefited ....... 9 i5,558 75
P u- Losses equitably adjusted and ponptly
laid, for which the past record of this agdicy isa
efficientt guarantee. no 9,r
GEO. E. SCHNAB.. D
Fire, Marine., Life, and Acc ent

Insurance Agency,

L 8 V~Test TBay as.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
A.tets.
'icottish Union and Natibnal ........... $40,0000
Phoenix of Hartford ... ... ........
Tot al i son f London ...........
'Jofficin guarnte.n.y







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PROFESSIONAL. RAILROADS. RAILROADS. STEAMBOATS, THIS SPACE IS tDESI
NOTICE.O FFIE FLORIDA CENTRAL RAILROAD. ID-E ARy
W. McL. DANCY, D. D.S. PASSENGER DEPARTMENT. FLORI
DACY D SAVANNAH, FLORIDA AND WESTERN RAILWAY. JAC IONVILLE, Fla., September 12,1881. NfRlA1T LnII' U
Graduated Class 1872, Philadelphia Dental JACKSONVILLE, December 5, 1881.this date, trains on this Road will
ColHolders of Excursion Tickets are hereby notified ommnas thloAs date, tioh
that their identification as original purchasers run as follows:
RESIDENT DENTIST. must be made at the office of this Company, No. West--Mail.1 East-M;l I .
OC:P-i oe 1 7A "Wost -Bia-o- St_- 84 Bay St. (Astor Building), between the hours of P. M A % -
o 1 WS -, 7 to 8 a. m. and 3 to 5 p. m. on the day of their Leave 9.10(..... ..Jacksonville .......Arrive .." %
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. departure, as the tickets will be limited to the 9 .-...White House ...... ,, I.rF1 NiF i I S Ti I \ 1MAILS.
Will be pleased to, make examinations and trains of that date the number of which will be .. ........ABaldwin ....... [EA LER.I IN
render service to individuals requiring scientific specified, and will not be received for passage on ,, 10.35 .......Darbyville......... ..
Dentistry GAS ADMINISTERED. any other train than that stated on the stamp ,, 11.22.......Sanderson......... ,
nov29,lyr of the Agent. A.M,
SHolders of these tickets will not be identified as 12. ....... Olustee ** ............ ,: r i-E[ 1 E'F.L .
lAS.^T T O LE -nrvooriginal purchasers at any other office of the ,, 12.........Mount Carrie...... 1- tT TE
r D R. JAS. F. FOVW*IB Company than the above and only during the Arrive 1.00,........Lake City..........Leave -, ii-., '1
(aeoNea ..,hours named. p P ,
(Late of Newark, N. J.), The public is warned not to traffic for these ,, 8.O....... Tallahasse'e ..... I:':'\A.A
tickets with scalpers or so-called ticket brokers, as ,, 128....... Chattahoochee .... ,
EDECIWTN IST3, they are good only in the hands of original pur- West-P .S. East-P.. A?:iT.'. i.
chasers, and any others attempting to make use A IT. P.
75 NEWNAN ST., corner DUVAIL ST., of them will subject themselves to additional ex- Leave 11A........Jacksonville .......Arrive '... E ri'.P T. .L_ N .N 69
pense, trouble and the penalties of the law. ,, 1 S3T...... White House ...... .. NO. 69 WEST BAY ST
Proprietor of FOWLER'S DENTIFRICE, which G. W. HAINES, Agent, Jacksonville. Arrive 1 5 .........Baldwin........... Leave I1 ', ..,,.....: .. ,. ....-..
has no superior. Sold by Druggists. JAS. L. TAYLOR, General Passenger Agent. P. A. 1 '1 ,'" [.. ,,,,' ., ,,, T Ne'w. St c R
Leave 2 2 ........Gainesville ........Arrive '. d ,'; ........ ',,. ... ." [' 1 .,i r-,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Florida Transit, Peninsular and F rnan .. ( ...... Cedar Key ......... "' .... .. i ... ,
inov29,6m ,,lll ..U.U I U Ocala .............., I ,i .. l. ....-.... ,1. ar w S u s r e d
d'ina and Jacksonville Railroads. ial tai4s connect at Lake City for and fr r.. -,'....... ..r,-...LI-LagN,'. ':ck Just Received.
all points bn the J., P. and Al. Railroad anc .,I P ,...t r., i.. ;[ l-,.. n [.. .1 ,,,.i. ... r.
Physicians. Jacksoiville with the S. F. and W. Railroad .I. Io.F. .,.. i
Physi------ STATION: cor. BAY and WATER STS. Passerg*-trains connect at Baldwin for Nl ..... r I ...i... F .r -,.1 r
from all ftions onithe Florida Transit or Pe-r ii,,.mr!.i ,,iI,.L.. ,...I II*
DR. JOHN H. LIVINGSTON, Ticket Office cor. Bay and Ocean Sts. sular Ra ads. i ....e 1F..... ..a ..s... or... P -... |:... .. I r A RTICTT .A. R S: L..T: -
Ph sc a urg TimeCardNo. 29, in effect on and after Novem- a mJ. S. McELROY, '..i_-. i'..'' | r:..,'",' ..... '. ,,, '. A
an er2,181 aster Transpor'tatior. *,*..'. r _..ir,..- ,,,..., ,,-,, .1 ,.' I,~.. [..r__
t Physician -and Surgeon, ber27, 1881:- W. v n\-ii,-,' H ...*--. r ,,.,-,.,-,'..-
OFFICE: FERNANDINA AND JACKSONVILLE iV superintendent. ....,....,.. ........ ,: a .,, ,... BILLIARDS. BANKS
17Y2 "VT"H S :B.A.. ST.. RAILROAD. nov0,tf .. .. ... 'r -i. t r ., r. ,i ... "i ........- ........ ... .
JL~ ~~~ ... W c S a JL J r........ ,. .11, ...... .. ............ .... .... T (ii(^ S .. F oi d a S a i g B a n f*I
Leave Jacksonville ........ 8.30a. m. 3.10p.m. T '.-l.z.-I. -] ( i p ;ll'e, Pensaco ........ .... -.. I ... .. .
Residence over Florida Savings Bank, Ocean St. Arrive Fernandina ........ 10.25 a. m. 4.50 p.m. le- I S ving n k
nov29m Leave Fernandina .........11i.10a.m. 5.30 p. m. -1 1 Fir. ,.i i)a, N7'. I;I
Arrive Jacksonville .... 12.50p.im. 7.35 p. m. anq M obileR ailroad. I .... .II- .h.L
I n o.v. w 1. .,91--,1m --
WEBSTER, -X., ,...D..,,,., ,,Su_,nday-..,_, o,"nly.'',
L, E E D,,Sunday vil .only. '00a n andl after September 11, 1881, Passengor [.I.., l.- I., ,H.l l,. ; 1
N. WEBSTER as folDoLeave Jacksonvillew.................. .9"00 aa m.Ts: ....... '. *ei1 Estate Excl ,
Eclectic Physician, Arrive Fernandina ............... 10.30 a.in rain o. 1. Train No ," IF. li,'L ,1. ..
Ecetc Physician, A r FenS a:::::::::::! ^ Trains wilhm asfto31ows: w i, \V. T.,,,,. M,4,,.,4-;l .~ s a e E el A g~
S LeaveSernandina ...................... p: m p Tra '* The Favorite Resort in Jacksonville. .
Arrive Jacksonville ....................6.30p. m... .L a ', y.. s. 1.- *.. "-.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. FLORIDA TRANSIT AND PENINSULAR A IV p,. ,. Slir d INTEREST ALLOWED ON r'Os:,Sl.__ .
Jacksonville, Silver Spring .and
2,yrRAILROADS. A-HSI~ AW
t et -o "o. Te a o d O c al nsiy. a ly except nday. -- -l',-' _:.,, =:' "s 0
FROM PARI S. 8. 01 W'1.N
9 .00 as. m. L [r L. C ) Ir., A ...006UMM
at ' ....... Hose ... _.ldo .. F ._.Y ..... -...... .5p. m. Noeme 13, 18| obsrvn g the .ollow'. '-YC T .-.: P E.I,,.A ji E'TfH\PPfl,,I ." A .lii ~ ''^ !V T. "--f~"
JA toSI.. years' experience in BronchitisaTheu- -I. s.A...., .9.00 a. m. Lia. ..- ", i'"u. L -e-- *." '. *.d 1 3
A C..da, and Chronic Diseases and Paralysis.-KLa e y,:1.- ,1. 00. .,l m. Arrive ... eav-e, ..... I F S -'a i t" -"
Female, Complaints of all kinds. Any kind of J Fernand in.,a-. -- 9.0l0, m. ,, f,,' iI'.,U .-.' L,. ". 4, "Z I 'r i[.i -n...- ... -._
Fever Malarial or otherwise, cured in less than LveFeranna ............... .. .00 a. m. JOH P. LAIRD, t A ILLA :
FeeMlr lo tewscrd mls hn Leave Callahan ... .................... 10.45 a i. m. f ueined -L
twenty-four hours. Testimonials offered. Office Leave Baldwin ....................... 11. .m. no i 2ptf T bSuperintende. wl orusiness commencing Sunday,' -
at Mattair ouse.- Arrive Waldo ..................... 1.51p.min. Nv b 13 1881,o bservI+ng the following 'eve
vn'mirr~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~ovme 18 1881,~r~rg*********** o.b.s "' v> nt*^patcll euigterting to ihten foowing i$1h [(blll, 'ITF LE A. Ii \,|K H;I^
JAOoN. Fla deOLm Arrive Gainresville ................... 3.05p .. ..Leahvede- .. A r.- -
A..ox LL d Arrive Cedar Key..................6.2 p m. STEAMBOATSe schedule:- n a a F. & J.R.R. 8.30a. m. .
PENINSULAR RAILROAD. ._ Leave Jacksonville, via F. C. R. R..4.00 a.im. "t4 -i+,
Attorneys. Arrive Hawthorn...................... O35p.m. J I013C DTUVD UA0 L nE Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, arrivinSg o.,
__ Arrive Orange Lake .................15p.Jp m. O/ iflRlI VEyR fCLK Nat Leesburg the following morning to breakfast
FArrive llver Springs................... 450p. practically reduin g the time toeighteen hours THE BEST SUPPLIED BAR. BI.=Li H : i-?'
T B. YOUNG, ,+Arrive Oceala ......................50 m.2p i. o it.
SVE ,Leave N)cala ............................ 7.45 a m. Dr.RETURNING. RD ug Room af9fehd d a TE
Leave-Silver Springs................8.15 a.im. Leave Leesburz eerry M-nday, Wednesday and ,
ATOREY iuu CO NSLLR-T L eAW Friday at 4 1.II m vIlyat Jacksonville the An -.i... .dIri' l..1...1...i. trL. R, gleter.
ATTOREY AND COU ELLOR-ATLAW, Orange Lake .................... 9.17a-m. The 1 est an following da at 2 p In. via F. C. Ra ilroad. andeae ahr. .. .. .108-m7 mv adlo ad




W .e R.A N ,arg^^ S ^ ^^^^ e st an d l ieave Paate atr on1 p.e roer folwn a at p -la FC alra andOE SAN .... '1 .. ....... AI I" f r A t'" ... :O S
Leave Hawthorn ......... ....... ...... 10.08 a. m. Fin/Stea mer sm.nAtR en dJR a iglroad. "- .
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. FLORIDA TRANSIT RAILROAD. aP dthisdelightfulroutetol Oldest Established Bank in East l
LeveCearRv.............7.00 a. m. DOUBLE DAILN!EXCEPT SUNDAY. rassengers willfndehisaEdligtfulrotehodi BankI.11iniIEast*O3iFlo
Office.We s lve ByLeave Cedar Key sta.s.l .. .... 1 0.0 a. m. . .. the famous Ocklawaha country, being unrivaled
Gfvice:Weste17T r Bgay St., up stairsov29,mLeaQant Fast Steamer for speed and comfort, passing through sn the largest
Leave Waldo ........................... 11.10 a. la e L arm. m. lel- Forange groLves .m the world by dayn t right r:... T -
A.W. CocRELL. J.T. WALKER. G.U. WALER. Arrive Baldwin. ........... ...........1.22p. m. ITiketsonLl atalowratesat the Fernandina li e. d J: y l
Arrive Callahan.... ................... 2.45 p.im. gTo ra-nandIJackso ,-eRqvioad Depot and Florida t-,rala .1 as AN LER S BANr
COCKRELL & WALKER, Arrive Fernandina. ............ ..4.15P. p. Central Rao oad Depot. For anyinformation T1 l [i t
~~~~~~~FLORIDA C. RAILROAD. i(Cat~am nJOHN A. POST) regarding t _nwln pl t .h.D q-Trao --ti a 13-neral Bairki Btoe&
Attorneys and Counsellors, Arrive Jacksonville. ge.............. ...2.30p. m. siN'E-fo CAK WA gt SON, FG:nde a'. Ral railroad te undeigLned .. -
..e...-- ..iE SANILLE from CLARK S WHARF F F and C. Railroador aendt J. AHOLT, X 11eCo.ieC,-Lb lRoo .S ir,,ed D13.. -1. 0 eand-En A e T
o2l .2 G e S ed ., at wt the S e S Astr wl ,,Railroad, or othe unsongan Leed. Sold .- if' FAVORABLE,r 1. -.
.OFFICE-,,,o 7.00 p. In. at 9 a.ia., ST. JOHNS' WHARF (rear of Aster A.Q. MACDONELL,-remi{







-4TC.JODA Ifv. a' k. .?Iftrfla 7.00 pfftm.i ala eyn AAK t8a .o USA ,Olad.As ihsemrtrSl aead. *a.-i.-".nsmd d Pr ,-ed pro itr
SGe.....................................aBuilding) at 930a t forGe n. Pass. Agt. 'anl I alr
R EAL EST ATE NATIONAL BS. Fi LINE.. 5- --1'L S fWALTER G. COLEMAN, THE BEST ATTENDANCE .e--c g.. '...r. ra
OVERT vST NATIONAL BA+:: 735p JoJR~t,.DBidn);t98 ..fo ,:('tsP"M's-m ,-S r .B&3, irb s _rter TppraLs._ w .er the 7.5 p.p. "er nov29olyr G en. Traveling Agt. '.- Savrann .5 -Ja -
vLi l L l" .l, i o. "tl..r i r -r l. -WONLYt ." FOR S h a Bak,, .-.Ir -'
W K XNN(- '.a,,Arit ,3aSta Pirofor Rt, l eavese, Ocalaa atd 21te ea m PALATc ADELAND, ASTOR, SE A- P 'I .W *-L -
ORLANDO. '. R\NG E'_uY FL &: Id,-' ,:,FI--Ul] I" R,r,i.,a,'l for Talla- -T, : delay in connection for St. Augustine fOD, .ENTERPRISE M NEWR0 0IY0X .







.- p COE. Daa .al .....^']r t'' "t ml......| w-con Edit.on, Ee,-,e Rairoa forred ei\ ^ ^ m r l <;OaY.afe .ihte r- t
Spe.al attention. ...... ",P akril, 4 m p Rairoa for e i-y A:-- "nd alWayrLandings.on.St. JohnsB river. T Lre T in th I t
rar, o.'-.,-r' ri zirthempapeyrTh Splndit Stame Theelegntnwpasengrstein








Twlv Iets i:,l',_,_ .. ....... Fl.,la ,T .___ in.- i"i ~a':&_'.J~l a I .... ,ni N....i *+r,r,11r1 ... mv iun a, W *le i-i- "i .. ..... ..... q''h *:""] ........ .r C it'h erean n**w passenger stae._+ mj\ ,+*'a*_-' : ^ agetT'.rei ~ It f Lor
TTORTI0 BISBEE, lB. +.- .F-'A:l-r S'pn .W wr,d-,amrr. Tuesday, .niz iy'fSnfr + LTHN 01Il
A.tto .r.. ney -.uil SolL r'a er..,, -n '1110 d,,. .ta.-, ir Tampa and (.Captin MENy pO .J.. TREATIS OaeK '___ '





A"* r o al-tt l-o'P l. l01[O. B^r,:,,,fi-_p-. ,'* n-f -fi .*m-T st.ri .R .rr .-.;.-.Ja r a T_ .=II A S (,lt l Te-ml ~ ^ X~ll ^ ~ ii -lulr lle
eav AATKat7.3 ..0sU eFOa.m Re leaves Leaves her *
OW.. IANNJ, .rW. HOT, A t. 1 S Ri. TrC a en, r JA SONViLLE, from Clak's Wharf. at 2.i p. m., fotfcAnST.,e SJacsN-e Fa
UN ITE D STATE COURT BUILDING, A 0.A C tDO e Tianara e. kig regular landings and others on notie to TU SDAY AND I RIDAY, AT 1 P. M




Ariv alior......132rpm.1.06fr~la-m .~~.LJOIU Jl METROULliAN HkAjl l NEW*. YO^
Gen. Pass. And TicktAent the orer.or signal from wharf, and making IF
ORLANDOD -IrMitAge ELL fron.I Yr aawo to Four Hod quicker time than Mailut Connects at Palatka with ralroadfor Gaines- .- -
S ope calno -nfe -,eraA -t Su iroade Br C Aetion at Palatka with the Steamer ST. Astor with railroad for "Fort Mason asR








nov29,lyr JAKOVLE FLA ir^nov9cfT::::: Geea Su opernedlm; R tIESSNE Do.ME vill an with csteme for, Crescen JEF T1 uTT\b d eWrataSaico
.a---nll 1rd ndNsenR i~a H L+0+As for ENTERPRISE and SAxNFORD, burg.: At Sanford with railroad for Mafitland and P.'S+ rUDIIE I & WESIL
M.*"] C. JORDAN, Saanh lrd n etr Railway ~PALATKA at 8 .a.mi. on TUESDAY, Orlando. Also with steamer for Salt Lake and CASYFi God at Fai T h'ic
TB AY and SATURDAYr, making the entire Indian River. :
Horro ip by daylight. P .... K T e n passenger s ecomgnod atioge best T Fir.s la ssi Goo| t li: .
TATTOmrEY- T-i 1:r.a W vIN O e rTTn .. ke ts accepted by this Steamer issued i very rti ar. B o P
HORATIO NEB -TLAW.IE JR towerr River Mail Line. T S N N &S M, Ce r.
A E E W aCIi to SHRI-Na. elections also with ALL STEAMERS for S TY, AGrent afoot ocesanfrd. -
E e AT IOn and after Sunday, November 27 i881r Pas- U iper St. Johns and O klaawaha Rivers, and W. SThOAL DAER f.?O.AN D -" C 0 "
o.F 18 West IaC strNeetP senger Trains will run over theWaycoss hort Cscent Cit y. a" ntur nd eav T Le Ed to f Oce t., dh e le (n ,O .
novL9,1yr Line as follows:-- o llose t conection with Florida Southern i w i t e w 'n o B
Fas9al. J'ville Ex. rotad for Ganesvifo lle, Ocala and intermeniat-Je c v Fla. 3 B
g r or "eg Aarlandins and onthes ondnotice to Ta UEShY1A priFe eyAY AT 1P.
C IE COOPER, C TB UL I Daiy. Daily. ....... i... i.in. a-oth..,f, -, Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged.' fo..
'.A 4,m,-re, ,- T ,' Atr. tK.,f~ent. pf._o nlgti,,.Ltw a to Fo ,ur tH Conncts at.,l.tkawith rair'ad fo,.,,,Is




.-. ... JDU VJL$ -L L.a^B....a... an, ',T, ;AY 0S-T.. ID I. ,,n;,. Lii,-a nit TStETI F0Ia) HANDBOOK I E A (^-D^ ^ L
J K NV L .FLA. -W a.ei MA WL., B o w.v nd-ih JSttame F_-atpret o Fr-ili'h ia_ m o .C .. .*
..l l. t,, ,' ".- a l.+ .p,,N ,.i.- ? O O 'S pr i"- W R -- sell
N;OW-. OP"-.EN..'G._ .\rr e.la h,))n fea ..- m d A, iA Sanrd it rai. oao Maitl .ana -Td and. (a l *a.' -.
M 0.JORDAN, I SPTYATK, t8a.T rr.-nh iaEeDon do.p m. a--i f hsea.el,_. A .O V a kJ_ .and
;:,t(w.ll5:."'-' -'. --- r-.tlaata "'a0 "','r" "e st v "rde.1PorNgOlmralAgeii" ". N .FLOE:I IDA. LEf i.











Gl.o... i Getlme' 0R F.J nih'S Goods.' ll^'a'-- n ; ',^ 'P".:n' A [,.'EBS-FO\BA. LPtI' TSONTR "S a l J S ^ -N O D *' "-i--"-^- ""-^-'"j "
... .. l oRrC A i a and Wesen -- ", p m ,: 4', W aI BaIy ITr it .n Rlier.S a dt'lo w a
-ArriveWashingtoen- .k 9.0 f ep. m.. 910paanm aT U Y mig t
ATTORHEATSAIT Arrive Baltimore29..12.25 p.m. 12.05 aOm. conta.ns precise Bd rtMa1I-
35 p I __ S d by iayligt .P Fsrn e Accommodations Fi rt Cla sS A e L and
A .TTORNY-AT-LAW, -. vVIAor nCtd ySS.T. YO3 Fair GodsF at F, r e -S






Reed's Riock-----------Bay st, Arrive New York (P. R.R.) 6.45 a.mi. 5.20 p.mi. 'ANI'D .
nov29,3m Arrive St. Louis---------- 7.00pbs. i.- FS We War ant a Saif. aoe-, partic aitr"
Arrive Chicago. .-.-.----- 7.00 pl m. Th E FINE, PASSENGER STEAMER r Li T i CLsse SMTIY, PRIE -s
JOHN EARLE HARTRIDGE, A...I.....E......n",ve7. St. Jat S This is recognized as the best and mosie, Rri'a.r T -' En







nov29,lyr f tio wit Florid Southern^^ ^ ^^ R an-m p ^ p ~ ad n r ^ ^D ^a d C ~ rJ^^ J
JT S leepers: e x or Gan Ts day, a t1 m.fo "tScontalg iion alte infor ation neced.
AttoOPERy Jacklyonl to Savannah. Dal.J::45a t ha SaIl.scs" .Genaarked.wiss M.Gena, facovi-.aIsell-'.

LVAoA KNIGHT, Jacksonvill t. Was.hinton........ improi ng c oe o fnr yh. lrgs. wil-d g -
A AM ....l..l.' ...... .. t....... 1. 4 Ile sJ E V EA vrt roe Tcalta n"1tr 61- for
J1 a -a, L avcksobnville4Cincinnat.0,7tae,[as1"Te ooifnculBhveOTS l~





oL o ..yea ago.. would have. saved... m. .. e ; ar- a|di t :l p11= M W h l J t ( -E -HAN D BOO fo
IS OtO' LE, FLA.TrassngrsoaingSauga.nabh RS.leepers crain apndinreatlandingus sot of Paltk Thceontis th forogi nee ,, N. 5 E BA T.SOR so. '


fromom Jacksonville thu to Savannah connects of JackIonvrD-. 3-ha. F n T, .n J'nbv & "d "-'-' -
ALVA 0. K NIG'H LCProradDaigRomCroTonntan Psegr frIda ie shul I' bmrouigh upe tof dthe. lagsCwlo.~eme"
JAKOVLE -FOIA al withcthoughvPllmao ininasepet orNw.h .R on Monay conetin wihte, "We, consider iTthe beso o rk, on I o ral-d hav h id t hei-,:.0aiNy lu,:'!-. ~ad ~ li
--IyYok stae Fo at Sanor evryTesa.eenn. r yetr publisheld, hase iisae pe lai, prac.-" lar11,- 1an1 '. in or:.t.l. Ic toko .ua,,v ar,,ug13 and 31 WES DA.,
inthe eaurantl Ca attaoche to th tricfd or kedge andh allpints on A ther IndiSanfRivrd. eaiyudrtoadi th reul -1 r.JIe s t',,-h onr i{a atte"
DRYSNILE -ODS ETC. OID.dalwt t hnc rn o-r h andleprfr e pleO o ona onetnty.ith obe rv. .n.ndcaefl. xprien. i ,. t~ar~ i--i]p, al and N lamYo rk ,.firef.nc yeAnara.CEL~
change ofcarso tor srne rP rc o n unsurpassed,

st_______ ________ asnesgo oMngmr n ew l rFor atikt appfyor cul Teda veig ture will fubinhd of ith iatst value, nrac 1 "if anr3ad3iES A ."
d ThOreans takeanth evein atrain. thtrmafod J o N Wo Nh T J h aslun'deoo d kn s whchevryo e engagin in" ,.ralg "s -f .r,- ha4 esm-.sbrr m ti..IuIy are ,eci
Passengr fm lneo nsitp n n v,
ARY GO DS, T. nab .3-Al f. ni- n-,P---"-"%









~~TTE~hi 'I ~th ..GP en era agenmodt. icketn Agsent. willservo as d sureofsuccs astexolestriment. .. trint Cllaan.Rairoa taeyP cQAID t,;diectonsarecarfuly faowdnte nw rinthi-rmsAelvesE
Passenger frohlne of Jckrs onvle Pe nsclwES A T. akonilorid..-heSem-uro .e.. ..t R al. .~s' H
l.avingat85 hiseve yeardb atting wiery atentgion, i .

2Pasegr gm. t Mngmr and rii tSvnnah i moteesppyec~uewlnd doby theSae Bureaueof Imigalue and GESERAf,.eg.ine:br
Orle~TIfl ansarvgt~akteeve~ning atra40in can.....dorecin ande earfuIIoIh h i"n,:l'ht .L =HOT'-.t-- F .NIHI.
ec.tI.ng at Savn ..na .wi.thIsAteamarsnt frA -n a isb an o re
Philane lphim a Bostnan d Baltimore. Ten years, Tan l A
N-IEAtlant at Jackna lingat9a in SJACSOJ Aont.LL hasI-- e aDAo beatieonasu.-,,t F a & Estate

ArdconneWting atoCarnn.aletn ,wth steamers for RwpE.R1 ua' h
Trouvh B ol Bi........ .. 2. a t orange opleduige. FauthorseEO LESN ,- -
ONowOE NING + -Arriv hlae ZwYr limia, tes nnd atnr.i e ~- *s22.zL E. L.-" c"am.eSonEI Frt Cas tyl n d P. 2.% "
............... h -- er fo . 35 yin y e .T W . M 0 0 1., u I









eBlocwDapointsborky.raIlnan5.20 d
steamship connections, and bagage checked __' many hundreds of would-he orange ccii ..... HeJ.IAURTS (10., J"NWCMUfBSO
AlsosleepArgieScarsiberths.andsections have failed b use tydid not kow i e. '-'i W...
Co0 Chicmpanyo Ot. fficein Astor's0BuPlding E FOR ALL POINTS ON TBIE diTions and mehodso success.. To allo $a Ir
lOHNgEnLEmnRIGB at. Moor's treatise would have been invaluadlk, andD
.E.DYTOk.eTt t............ 6 OIRTAERAHA RIVER it will gtly aid those who may no ,'-rO
ToNwok.SUITS nov ...................4gfuture) contemplating a similar attempt hi )RAE COUNTY,",",.
ittorey d CouseTlr-.i-is.5contains precise anCd practical, inforiat..' ".
m -c:e 'b.tT ed .+- "!T ". ,-I-vr I-- u -"- oain soils, planting, budding, lreslnraoo.WH L S .F A ])L ,*
Rrr-itTL.. r-a Te nnessee, n. t ll....... ..... ..-3 0i manures, backing preserving and the op, e an. i LORIDAh -
SUITS...49E0slaves a ye from the Depot of loaeFlrda tGron, ,,--
62ss Em st a at OO M z _1_......................,... esw1-,, , (R h 0 I
'BESS -ad husdcanthep.m.,florida f thris noticeafynfreegrov eresadingthotr ,. a v 'NEW YORKCLONING









La [Iisgnals, BroalcI.othl... ..A-.j .IJLR A). J."" Ba ar every3 less wrtn. .--cetc~gz
JACKSONVI fLEiFLA ll. uhSler-:"Iinnansal hiifrmtonnce r -r T









C(Macon & Brunswick Divn). Tue ay, Thursday and Saturday, E."R. PELTONk&,Oif 'IOc. .. J HhARRIeS, 1tIU 1 ONt dO".,
in Rev-rsibis-s. [i nas. .at A.JacksonvillUtooCindinSt.,iNew nR.iI r' mpeaiktr if Ak. tb.', Fhor ida. -ugl fori06 1 f -
B.iare-rt Fall d ir. erallgcounicatiton ka, yirlg- woldhMEAD sa TmeR,0... BN o .v+ p ..'.7
fI rom $5 'iit, p WAYCROS LINE. WTAIR tSlerS-rrvn i .1s-,z ', akonilFa S.rS ee ci Assessor and'GTO3r,ltro -4... .. ..
U JDV-EWEA in Sil. (aighnisre. Lami-.-"- Ov-pTrnov--RE Pa erzc.Ea Anirem.a1 Thi fre breakfath Pefdl oweig ti m oth rn-CL m,40I Sent by mail, postage prepaid, no reonipt lag c".-unir -n .,,.,o .--- e-i."
W,,aco FaU. rwgiiiar make, Jac-aaaN'iTtAs. Fosa. Ddr,- r. IbTl h eNew Edi to i tho u ghtiy', i"ad of price. .,-.-d- tf heo r y C,:in b ne IE.. P SOM TO
D.,uble [1'ady Sierrie t,.- ar.'fr lonFii,'a. e,,.a
N.. 8 RE aD.S B eare, KParleei ndgaf aer,,t r tr.,a p :,riipa. T. oe '-'. a |'o
fr= a e0 n. om Jacsn vil hoght aanh oncsF.W.a b Co n on.SJ'f'











telFaxTrae rling.g- -e y cttb['dcsii n
in RY il. Alpaca, and.twri accommoationunsurass:d,.wh"
e _i-. P%, N
"ilk. ico||ar aAn TiA.s.. l lb as. Ire ,o'f ucs st R lieold st'.p iii I W A Y LAN DIN GS. Dl la ri) IeR K Y & ,G-II
SUITSTOdORDER .areavnOk-rase.v R R.r.,t ar. ':. a BeractingweerttenticnessterottlSduBeerlrC.reatl Etat.
il-c t[,-h i-leaviin2p. in.and a rlrANN iving uit Svanah t .35 I1 mended Ythe State-iurau of II. "i.-.'i-andr"-




I -DIY IE
41 *" Ir -_[ I 11f I I-: : I
,
a! I I THE FLORIDA DAILY TIMEi V, JA UA X 4, 1882. i
S ab 4 suit in the sum of $720 12 with GAINESVILLE NOTES. lantic '. .i .'T s of$701. I and lower rates; Shoulders, 7c.; shortAriOVIc.BAshoFt IADRUGS.
1. aintlist and costs of suit, the damages to .- .. V '-e *A.dWU
r ird rsing -.. I.. .'%;61
betsiessed by the clerk, and she asked that orkofthePast Month ; steady; superior, 4 .. ...-i.. -"r--% U 1 3 1E -
the same may be entered on the record. States Land Office. For the Middle Atlantic States, increasing ( Sri1.E.B1 I
Ordered that the clerk asses the damages GAINESVILLE, Fla., January 2, 1882. ihdines sii nat i d a rd qfI AC
rd ., I i d h fi gt n rh a d e o e :' Pork higher at 17 -,, La r II
D' and enter the same on record in accord f m turedinsnorthernoporton, rising followed 1., ,11 and steady; tierce, 1,r of t Ie Ir q -o .. et _t: l r
IoAS. nce with the foregoing. To th Edtro.h ie ing barometer. Bukmasqit hudr,. .
11 ACHASE. I ?, The United States vs. William1TSmith, A happy New Year, and may its monthly For the Gulf States, Tennessee and the Ohio packed, 6 '25Q6 30; ib and clear,' -', "
I I H. cycled as ts. roll i. bring increase. Valley easterly to southeasterly winds,partly short clear, 9Uic. Bacon quiet and weak; shout- I ..... I u .^
*t .' I ae- also wthe United States s. Joseph H. ccles pa s ..... .eri arc ........ n reaing cloudy weather, and light r ., ....... : *i-l,' dr He. rib an ce wy ,W o. shr car Itismy pups to buy and s o OTTC5 \ TK I I .*T dI y _U0,11 Ac 11, I ( )I
T h e O l e s R a* a o f I m 0 a. S M o o r e -- I n d i c t m e n t s f o r .i i l a t i o n o f t h e p r o s p e ri t y t o t h e T I M E S. M a y th e T I M E S ri Seo W d s ayi n t e m p e r a t u r e f o l lo w e d [ 11 .., i -^_;: *" . e a s s e d n '* u j i ^ I J N ^n i i l > i ~ 11 i- l' I~'
The- Oldest Railroad of Importance A the Election Laws. Both of these defendants ,be ever up with the times-be ever ready .i 1.W... I .. .
11 I8State-Built iy.r.YuleeBefbr/ and it was to lead the times, and always prove itsel andenr dead Ro-_. .. ... I I Strictly Pure and (t wa I
the War-Branches of ordered that two witnesses be summoned idmnd this Floroveid'se a f ... G I, P ... a .. .. 1 .
*; ..... *, _Tr,-I I I on behalf of each defer plant at the ex- manlh, independent Tim eSfAn
t h T r n s t ., 6 T i e B a o m T h e rms H u.d S a d e s a n .o S..t I.. a .t in m i fi p h r t b f i t r 1 4 m . . 3 0 .3 7 1 3.. . 1. '6 : l, ,4 ,* _.... ,,-..i a d u- i^ URi c Ii C O T T ONWA L, G R LAI.. a ndl~ h l ; i T iE .: nTLA .. .,l : r .I : .. F V?. R
pease of the United -Sta,6s. For Moore ti eo1po0riy.41a. m..... ..... 3.7 ...5 .... 2 i-.-- 1...... L3- :
: .' "'" ... .- e are summoned, Fr~apk !J. Linton and Thnigaf w te s ro teU ie--
".1 I T h I i g a e It m Iro t e n t d 20.41 p a .m ... ..... 30.31 .. .. .. 50 -... (I.: -1 4 -"F 1
." / J am es H San ders, an d for S m ith are 6 4 .I .3 .7 . 8. I....I V ..r n n R G N H M C L T E E L N 4 P i L .- I
Ia view f t i..-cban,-t,.s in ilt,: (.,*L..r summoned, J. D. Turner and W. P. States Land Office here might be of inter- 6.41 p. m. ........ 30.39 ........ 42 8 changed. Wheat active, and lower; No. 2 red decl7,8
-al 104 35 fo cash... 3Co39 opened. betrbl4d -I'2--_ _-
shi a n e 'o nO o h s I ,i v:, T11rief ar l. I est I ask ed ou r g en ial R eg ister, L A State of w eather- -C lear. flall 1
sketc. ., i- tV I I [. N ,-.. .t .., .l ;l. h I ... I .. ..... ...,,1-.-.-., Fe,,r., E.. Oats lowe at. I..... Por __ at
.,;ti ran,, a.. ui L uy. .. r r u .,; r L.. I-i!.. I ,.S. *\ ,, 1 or s anuary 3. -Sp t h.... '.. n et every
probably be inr, 'k I,, th,, ,1 : ajiurn m: te m,., ,ithi ,, .,I".t, t n.h ,- -, i,,Ih ,lih ,,! ii..-, I ., ,.. .., ,,|,.,. c,, and Jan ar '-.,' whery wi cl y u1 4yetO N V IL
public. 4, i'cIxk N ,,'mu,-r -,,|-t ,',D,,- h. I-[ [!I.!. 1;;. -61 cla sies 8. ,7.. Baon ,qit ,r,, 1",.~,,t.0 ? ..I. ... .. .lari,95
I Iii. ...41-5 i11I[-,!.1... f' .."I-,!-I_ l Wharis 5 cslea ryat ,c.I6. ....i. i
The Transit Ruilr.,al 1 I I Unit ed S Grand Jury. ,, h : -I. lall, '.d. TJE MAIrc, -
C.daL .ey on ,h'~it r;.<>^ | ^. 1. -._. -- 4 It ,.,,ii ,:- I,.- ],ii,,i,,.| ,l i .r..|i; 11, ,it Whsk sthed Tra si 1oa 16. :F3 p.:E .m__ -U. t-ro I
"then ~ ~ I ,ncic 'l ,:n. 'o l| ;% l ,- -''" IT'S -r h -, -.1 Jl-y oi' In l. il~ tn .mso te S.Jhsblw l,,' WILM INT ,Janur NOTICS.iit tupnie Khi,,. .nH^ n ]
portant rai n-,ad i in The ,3ro "L ,, and,' poLntsh l-i".,,* -, firm at 52 Rosin firm at $2 05 forTstrained I J ( I

-1 %i l Lh' l ... n ~ i .-- L r i I. r l.. i I I" I II. .. -, ; 1 ; oIh S J h s e o e ^ a & o 1 E s a S u a A Ii ^U^SpI i l l K .u, ,I- ,,I. ( o ni-s ., ^c r
built byv Ho:n. DavMll It a -,,~ ,,, fita,, ,, A !p t [ ,., 1.1.11, ,6,..Ij 7. -l '1'. i t,, I~.r Po w F iE er e
SArllar mail from the" Ifor yellow dip and, 2 8, rh, v' inf" erse.-The mails from the Northwill cons.ult your intentsn bystet
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-sri te ame r.; F. Bf.r Pa l, I e G nr al ,i ng at six o',~c In re ch n .ak on l Se a o W ik n o dal ofm Flo d3 lef bushel cr te bu h l P ie$ p rbu h l
I, ( -I, t~ J..I l.P II, rl~ e.,nrIe [.-,, '' .o.Aa].
1t o m aan d the G e r l T ve l hir_- ilA--int-- t a l o F ria y Anto~ nio d ,op i ngt h "Fi l orwii da ell- ,)Jr t ihe ld u fi bArm o f the Johnf L aitc e d, an6B ; I+"J anua y3 pc i d r as f m eaof G m a lf, 1 8, Th4ad00nma rs. oc. B aa d fn'tt t c~
r e a c h~~. be o k t F r s n i a a i h e t B y S a k o v l e l d c l t e alsow h ae d a largi n er o t lis e ao d c i y hr o e r t y f o a n d f r o It el v t b v h T
Itei-3 aketheme i s the rai of ,l n th e in01 LiU N e Ure Iit !a~ rsear from non n
c't r enst ru C ted p t j.li (-in !-lt b f ritj p oI. ( Ihi H:a t r .e r r a a l d :c n y n o tel let y eth e rdu al. I m o n n f orernh e nt -e k new fiv sale Iet .02 M w t r ij i ey a pt d
.11'7 'c o k y s e d a .d-- Ir u n n u L N r MA R KE T S 6 p r e nY pT e r a nu,A p lu \ F l re c ,lp a g w il G i v A raI d av r g
lou ee t H a bor o i v yff, A tb e d l~ r b .it,- in i g the tripein ,,dhti I are a l o,:, SIw every W ritin D esk soldb 100,-,,l 1'w,, tWep~ should' ewiln ,stbo d absyt Su rfuibvee-C~n r T ,, t -, J .
Stah e w rid tb e a.I r -r -Jti wMth C~, i l e h- ared A,.t B o rd an hof th,0e,0 Florid a N O peN d R EPO RT ... -t td .k ts billylmm O u lands are~~ar U:s w h
L a t v a r al~ r o a dg. o f O ~me e Fra. .di l ,br o -g h at F uhrn I o p e _e a n d P a l arn g e,, S o, u ,th In i of p a p e a nd- 1 0 0 e n el p s 4, fro m l,5 st a n esao in oper cen t.d w ll ch e fu l 1
Mareikts ford aW1 poll nF.rd1 rel,t Raiwa, I...arn t ka, i,, s at,n.E, th FINANCIA. I I 'gv th mayifr ato norp wradWl
il e o : m e of Lb b r r ,i, P T, j L IVi Ew YRP O O J an u a ry 3 ,- t k g e ne all lo we.-- ot -
Lt. Thf rr-le- ftieF l jFl xl%]aL;b---- t -Io. North byn t he Mallor.'. hy H:te J. ,D Col,- e~h,ofM otcl lod, ,- isf tht Moe,5 6prcn.D ski.F O E C L P U H'. epne iIFT
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ii Aile I. eaenn 11' Ihi Inua I'o a |,tre "uh-,-:of Texa, leave Jacku -dauIer,,uum. ,11. au,
" met- -off( dielio -io Carleton uod busnes nlv thee cit'ylr withuih the deIdveu,,cl.
.erw~le ,ik ,:n. nwl _tk.'t_,t- .wunm,.,. on, .aut, -1' fabr o te ins bo ven etuiett a a ndy fim ;-sdasofrUinSudySho
fo l w n w u n a im o sl 1161: 'a 1111t. H 4 m uI' ,l u ~ thic -T a n ,et rn u a n di n U i, t ed S t at e C o u rt s In Iip :- t n -~ O r a n g e T r e e s W e a re:! a g n s f ri g $ 0 y h d s s a d E
16,: t1'uvlA fl ,-r _VndON pl. Ip W H TIheW A K R l1,h0 o :, ,. .. S .L[. sld td n
r.CI~~uliI~jV of ,hj and Jacksonville Railrohd, making d irect ,-,nD.,Cald el, membe o,,frn. th,. Bollard rac, L-RP ; Janar the no.Co tt oninnt mod&-2 One o h bsrndlrete-srisi veyohe na i coo-o
)r tid a l Allcie ie t a n .' _U ~ .I[ L th e l ar es i n S o t Fl r d ) a b rt
-is o p ';i .F l i t;S:,,. m ',, -_ of se n~d in,,- g the. day th ~e : refr."d na a I. .4 epe d .sls 8 00ales,1 00bae. ReepsJe r-l n i n iv rseln sa d 1 ,0unv2,y.
i- poral. Byroh- wi e axake a'tms D ter. Du al 37,000 79; Am erican y, 219,0009S." FuueMul am h stog Sev n G a n ~ o l o s '
-geo it..corps tfg+ R .dc r Re nl d. t,.,.,t r C. TheOl em t lov ,- tr es buds thre Ban'II I.fea d T "tats ". a r u h n Il~ 1.c;
,Me.._ 1,-,n 4, On, Snday tr,,theh-Cre n.,rtTT;of trees Will b.,: i.,n We have"If- Y on, W anttoB u
-~ne 'A ~ ~ t e e e : i n h ,, -r 1 -, ty a p r~ a k y w : o f Ah ,a-c u a, "I, at t hnn,,.. o n,s j us re1l -, 1 2 5 -16. F u u e ste d y J a u ay..'WK.,r t o e rs a o Fl r da-. av B lrT
Z ,2. Mach 1.31.- pi,1.3.
I ro~e rily a Phrt i' .1-3 a f Tr O tit m ~s+i b a runh, ~ Xn, a Iaglr n ltnl s-,r la nding onr the, Stu.: Jtoh ns R',vdfrf and, u .; ,L E r ,. :D a
"l-i h n 12 ,J n fee t1.1.as 000f u n i ey a-l edi g ,-I ,hree,*t adGato ,
t he" r-1n l 116 A . 1; ", w e Z ll,. d.w l n4U : S v n a a l a ; o p n s n h i o o e H l e f T l a a s e r e tee l a 2 0 p r t o s n f r -f r t r ,P s e g
,( ' O ',: E Nl ."."u f N w Y t P'i i r t t a n i r o .s o J 1( L ,. j i l e eG O E
-ie ev r o t e ak o vle en a oa" ,iIs ur sed n ayd O O E A BO T elr nRelM nBr d iyS n ase cp
1 -" t H.-.l in Davi m twid u e.o ,n diara at er :.Ai ii te d- e r on co d ct r _-n. Mo il Ral o d -i tt eC re o ~ a _2 eae. @ 1 sa e a k o vle
I- __L 4 -_.-:'_ -;I' alft r,- K .+ l 0 l-4-f_ AT -1~ P,'-,f ... __harl_ B.i Iam e- _tft O R A N G G -~-g l0. V R L t Tr 1,4i sfl of


r Im ro em. I ComT10 tot lil frnln i -oi,61 8
++mI ... .. - e s-a.... ... v-t .tl+' ,h b-nrt,_+ "tr ,h:t i~',+~. ,r,.r<... n1 maK^ ^ .,,e ,,-,x, u.,r. .^ ^ ; ^ m m ll~ tft ia ~ *^^ W ^ '" .J i U ^ V U J H~HM
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nifier' fe `41RIN TI.al
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I.. rr j l 1 .
"'1G7Ifinga 11econge1ititoi. El. ThoJio i-,ete ,liue.Iss,--f the M.,nirrl Oil' p,_ i ili d p..a.,] ,,.,hu',-.i Is.otira.ble 0nt 1. Sto.,c',.,-I^.fSk, 95 U caw 4,184 f 1l's.
Sto\e i m dinia[,h... An Al I i. r.lm ,lnnin_.. l .,hk., h..k- .r:lni.ri. :-dI ,. ifs .0,,1h. Vo, V F I a nlm la I* -'I g a m G R
3 l. .-. t h a t it L f. h e o a w n i d- d th -f b i ..-,rt o u v- r ry L. i:.u ,' I -a ..1 1. i. 1. ..n s I I'-d r v -. P, irh a m 4 ON D O N J a n u a r y 3 ,-6 :3 0 p I n.- T a llo w l Q -ng' P a r k a n d ,ld g e w O | t .,i,.,t, ., -1 .... .... '. .
, preomul M a:t the Pr,- ...at riub :n DjlL~t,,,,S fIk W." i_ ll r-,,.i Ili p!,v h-AII t t ITz1 ; itl, s d '
ll tIlihat ity It -leo., p ,:mn .F., I .. ll J,- i, pr, ..d. I, p, I P, ram- LIVRPOOL, Januar 3, 1:30.p. m.-Breadsti- -- .... H ,- ,
City ,I'h-,to rh,> g.'|,J n,.ll and % bl-i..-l.r -f ..t.r (I[% Ijii-. i.=r. F.,-,,,.t,.-.; D. Market firm except Corn, which was dull;;new . 'Fin Ya&li Vni
al th,?Stute Fair 6,4 in Pit h-lni '. -.,in ou. :, p,,lrii...,l pP, 5s.10%d. I,,,| I,,dE;u- M LO;El,,- .l -JaOt
18 1 ;; Ith ? b rv n zc in e-d a l ,Ir lt i .n ,, ri.... [.,li i n,:t p ,,iu P ,,t i ,- ,. i.. [. i, -i., "..^ ..a^. Hiir u.nf !. % m1. W e sia n d N E'w Y OR K J an u ary ,i nitf i*1fou rwE xA TlAen t B o a tin g ,
Institute Fair in NewN York h,.,th ii, 15;9: ,,n,:,)-der 1- iri.rle t, Lt c e'.. --r 51!a Sea V, ,-.,,k DOW ...... Ail.| .G VSO,
alpd lk?3. ;I.ao,-ithr iihctr ruhidala|!he jjas n plr ,- \-,, fv.. il, :- l,- ilj ][ ... 12't.. .. r N1.I I Iv I W s-Yhg esbeunl ls h d ac a d aeI-O P
R1 i^l^ ^ ^^^,t.ir:*-l ,^ -, vEs--In'o^ Koo SSootin dh aboutm y. clsn -wt a-0? litl Ifoe e*:CaialSa ihig
suehu?.ett C oalritat,[d+ 1 M tb aui,:s A;-,,:: ,:U ,.d1' h il s11 ,_, -A I ,- ,I tht,:r I. .,.it ut~ilA (n,_ t. ,,1-,~,,,r strength; ungraded red, 1 290143; No. 2rdJn h m i .
ti|n E* rpr *iatin. E l., l F,,ir. aI,,., ... y:. ,deh. ,t, ,:,t .. ...a_3C ,:.4 1it- OF ACRES OF, Good S
_-IlI"i1 -A "Il;bl-' Molasses steady and quiet.- Rice steadily held AND CHOICE FRUIT
Frl lj-. ftpfil-itI..il.irli.-i i I, I. n',.r il., ..., I. F o Iriri andg main mderatedemand Rosin fimolse suar, 6 V8. THE andE othe TChurchOMes.llf J Oj .U ivl lU ~ ~ l p U
' O Th.ld n r B, "-tton i l.r! i .- *ih i u..oth | ,. l I,- t..',, J u .: .. i,,t, ..L r, ,n ,,*- ,,,,, ivd!.; --_'*.-,.a,:'"--,.-.,i I... .... '"' arirw `and 6 c; ain m ogodea4. rpent inegq oe % % .,r -I P O E E T C M A Y H E A N F T E O D CT A L *U
lten id I ." .,,, a l .. i;[i,: i_ ',r hn,: -i. ,n v,il .. B f,.r i1n B. i la&t 4.:.- 1 ,1 I, 45 T firmer D W ool. LA ND

~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ -^' ^.:,:^.t L,., .. ^ I.*--^ ^ S S^ i AwTfeT'11ATES _OE BOOKS Fr-IBLESyan ClubRN' Houses add
We-It raM sowtih. Mi,thhy..t,:,olo-,u 0 ,n,,,m ofl~b 16f;4 (_t|VK~,'"uiJ 7tI- r .. 11.-4ukl motn, !{hI CaaKtl .',.,, ,-ii otedar declivery @Corn dope ned some hade stroner, bu a reI- from ?," ,- :. .` 5 A
KT~j- zht' '31 Bf 'it I -, I.l..lui .,l~ b,. L -, l' k L I,, &, Ill I ...S. ; ii Woltz declined Y4Q **, clo sing ao Shade flrrner4. un- from;.i '";,. .1 traded, 65&7E2c.; Southern yellow, 68A@69c.; hom Th. I. o,.r :a r s t, ... a- v e yto.
K '_ .t:a 3 BaA S, .l.]rv[... Fllllll...r ,'l rl ....!...i. ti 4 ....... n- i ll. B ...... 1 K,% wt, Fer-
Sota-iosSdvak southern white, 72g73c.; No. `2, January, de- ORANGE GROVEV' "`


1r ------- -,r i, l tl|. i|. i l .ill t l... i..L, .... .... A ...... i very 69a c ne dalk.; february, 71.4@,72tie. rsa
UII~ged l~leI (il'euil 4['on.h fT Ma;.-in.r '. ,,- r ~ cnew and old. Hops unchanged an dul
I,' Iirt met J ,uril.11n l I-- n hi Ch,.iL. 1ILh'.tnhVe npiei ta d trad l-h-., Tr ''Su' "ar, the ,'Ie e 3 ; ,1",, s h at letsen a.ut.
HoE.Ij ThEd, itn..u fair de an ahnd firm-~, t,, m,.la.,,, sugar,,i 6,,h 9-1 [,,, w TH O E F THI T R R M
,al-r r.-.., i\" to' .... Y . and 6 asc.; fair to good refining quoted 1 7 .; fe ie, re-
The firstt e~ise was that ,.,f'H#:Ljry Brun. ,t I.,,tln1',Ifineddteady; standard, -W4@,, I Wool fi_! i .... with I, lb' Ht .....desirlanlnfinedf
j.^., i. 1,\ r. r,: in Li, 1 31usieh, and quiet; domestic fleece, 86@50o.; Tex s,' Corn in AND TE ANCIEN*el.n combinediwtithw t bear fuLty n esi lee of ITY GA

.oK~~hy~~hc~r..e~~o^^d,^ _mi;, ..i;. 44 0a.- '^ ^ 31c Pork very dul, n rierns : faw-ttth oaiy th~e wealth c Murandger.lXSb0aS :-eS --- __ __ V Z __ ^ __''
Iid &. John ktl k;p and Tl ,_-n ra I. yd.j. 14r,' __- -P- h,.t. L d. b a.. ; T itov I .tir i. 17 -l: 1 .; m dull 73. I ...... .r\.. the4sett P rrs must dull, in B OOK ',
1. Ba er E4. Ul W..; Lamv riddles dto q,.. .:.r.,vqI + t hoeths -utm k offer charms to man adnoettoa.


if ------ i motion of 11, w : llit HOT Aar tOL. SEA AND RIDGEW OOD
,, I lI II .... 1, 1; 31 Pr-wr 'Vrw Ti,^ ,t- C. r ,...i hcot,,nr pe r ste:..,m, 5-.3 d. w.,h...... .. ,..3 r,; t-es t and gares sst.,m C ic a ll
of J h-il-i .I l-, I a 4 11i 'lrIr _I o t., M B ALTTM O R January 3 -- F lour quiet, w ith m ore price s h n a n t e o n n t e l v r o
' ar ,t-, i 11 1t'i, --,.- -eLi,' t,,h ,W- Iu- ,.S nur. andun--, M e Wh'a. .u .r'n [ even promi.nentUS.inte inquiycaltes, taking. in to Bandutis our sen Musinevery Afteri


1.e' Pra-,-. ,'.:. .d d Ii W r,?.-- e"asLr Sou-- t,,J. cniI,,, its frequent c m uia on n' FG I' F i h W h c easi
rh e rlit e l 1\ .Il h h 0~ F,,t Wlb-,( W1,, t v r L v +~ t c i \ -I -1,, | .. e ste r I 388 Q1 39 ; a m b e r 1 40 &1 42 ; N o I l1 a r %l i, It n e s s to th e g re a t m a rk e ts ; e le v a t o h a h n do n i n h e A c n t kz .
," I -, I I, f.- ., I. (-6 %v.ed "o. 1 W e tr-,te ,
[ndimt iC- t f ,t ,ier >?x,', l,. L, t E li ,, ,',t w n I. w, r l I I, i r,-r T .. % r .. .: T. .. Cey le m e l aciv and h g e a 1 ho Hj 2a W est rnu w eint er .1 f Thi e t s in a l i c is b
in ,JR ff e r ,,o n C ,.,u ui n v 1. .,fl il. v itt of in 'F,,, i j" i' ,. A. ., k -h o,l dl I r i m, ti I,J l- ,.,I ,I r. I F -- ,. ,. .. r t y lso n 1 39H; F eb r a ry H A M A N Y 2
..... ... i V .-., Hon. 145;April, 1 476 *asked. Co'_- u e h h W. G BENEDICT,
d.|)lrn V i llim 31. G,,,'eiai~d dinlan m. ,ia. OtLui, oii, r. it r .,,.'.bx.. l' 1 .I -t Moore, Western easier and fairly active; nhr wi: : ~ t 0 _b s I 3 o e~
Dtvi,:,td'erel thai \Vi~ lim E Ha h an P..n... ..d. General M ana Age n. .
C. T. ('rol ^ n| ..G. ,,n I_,L^ .'t^h.ilf ,I tire Publicl Bullld it alled. tl0... u.,,.t- N D LORING,
C.'.,,,- ,.:., T.n. I E -1 ,,r.I. B. Sothwernii, 4 4 e. Treasurer; General Office, 8j2 Devonshire wth a at a a t 0 3:birr'',
d~~fen,]anto tF. III~,,o altwa er-. ,ixe\In, ,,f7c. ve"1,,.aia 47 c III ,..,. ~ lI,.Ii~ r.
the U I fe (t t s ITi,.d .' ....T F R ....... 5F it lN ,4rath c r o s r i a y t a r B R A D & C O N O D S A W T R B T S
EheI.-untI b., n,'.. M~ tl+ F l n I -n T. 1 ... ... -r 1" (.i .w..... l lt -I ~a, r .. .N;. Y H ,. LG- anhdm Asoft 9 ge d Whisryherne Fiania Ag ns
I. i\ n, I- 1 I Ni i1[..A rT
abovenah med, t n o-r u!,, tn., I t h ii h-,ti,',n th-a n ch ngd. Wha active b"ult l',owter atn l F2..-.l',' 2" 4 Hh Agent., 154 Lake,.- St.. Chicago.angd.
k :X..14 1'r II.- I i .,-Il F. --I I -., 3 1 ` .... R.r,_. I -" 'I;- Nl:. onti- forecash mld1 27Y4Clj27'ye. for Februarydo
Jvlu M. Henry. and, D M Pembr,,ke. "-I. i..,lAI Hir i I ka s Cr nete u eeal lwra 0 c O A A K E T R N N A D T A E E S T 0 : U
witnestwis o.n lbebalf .:if [li.. ttet[ldaut. 'te tahq- and -i.,t, aL~a,.r- that !I -.IL,. h.- i.. M. .r, in ctv de adbt o e,',.aJakovleSuhrnFnnia gns
SUM-M'i0.rt0. ...... [lit ..... e (,., th Unt at~ all rdsont;.r and 43%c for January and Februarydelivery+13,r
ItN"j.,,y ley moderately active and higher at1 ". e, 1D B +' r i s R n r q e ty
States. ,:x .ri.d ,r, IL, %. v ,IV r,,,, W,. 1 -11-1, 5'4M
David~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ an N I foi E. 111 ar r. -ji1,-iI il ~ ..;Pr ul ekE..rI.f. General Land Agent. ConcigwtBasadTrnsoalpits0b
Iork ulEw aka,.I .... .. ...::. .. on et gw h o
A. Remlerovr.-- .suwnp4 Ct. ',lin G lj: 1 uu' t,, e ,- ..,,' -,r".i y ..t!.r,|F a, ,' 1.
S for d, f.-nd t whu VJ e( l d yet no enerLlw 11h.mhil,.r v~f ,..rir I ',.,h B37, To,zrair-, h I,, ,- Too,~: I ... III!.Ofc :3 DA ST (R o 5) RT ,SU HE T Vikil a -e
n'. ,-I ,11J .I A+ I T L 1 II d"" JACK ONVLLE FLA 0 II I7
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