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Title: Illustrated hotel news
Uniform Title: Daily hotel news : a morning journal dedicated to the hotel interests of Florida
Alternate title: Hotel news
Daily hotel news
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 53 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. W. DaCosta
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 8, 1888
Frequency: daily, except monday, jan 1st-may 1st
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Subjects / Keywords: American newspapers -- Florida -- Jacksonville   ( lcsh )
Tourism -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Hotels -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Issued 1885?-1889?
General Note: "A morning journal devoted to the hotel interests of Florida ... The official hotel paper of Florida ... on file in all hotels in Florida."
General Note: Description based on v.3, no. 85 (Sunday, Apr. 8, 1888) and on Servies, J.A. Bibliography of Florida.
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I.


The Official

Hotel Paper

of Florida.


Vol. III.


Compensation.
"He who hesitates is lost"
Is an adage old.
SFearful lovers, to their coat.
Learn they must be bold;
But, since nothing new can be
Underneath the sur,
'Tim as old as true that she,
Who hpsitates is--won.
*-Kemper Bocock in April Century.
STRAWBERRIES are abundant and
cheap.
WARM, but breezy and quite com-
fortable.
STHE reporters do make some wit-
nesses in the libel suit mix up the
United States language pretty badly.
;.Or course in the opinion of the
Times- Union, a tariff of a dollar a
box on oranges would be a clear rob-
bery. _
IF there was no Southern Bloody-
Shirt there would be more indepen-
dence and more prosperity in the
South.
IF we must have Free Trade in this
country we had better have back
slavery with it-the two are insepara-
ble; one leads to the other.
RHODE ISLAND Republicans have
hyitfgz eley reduced that State,; -ed
the Republican editor who sat him-
self up as a "boss" has got his inevita-
ble fall. Down with boss rule every-
where.
A BOURBON has only to tell an old
Southern Whig that if he votes with
the men who sustain the principles of
Henry Clay he will "plunge the
South into the horror of negro rule"
and the Whig subsides.
THE South raised nine million more
bales of cotton from 1865 to 1875 than
she did from 1851 to 1861, which
proves that the free labor system in a
Protection country is ten per cent. bet-
ter than slave labor and Free Trade.

THE American people can stand
a Democratic President about four
years out of each twenty-eight, and
after next March has ended the
career of Cleveland, it will be about
twenty-four years before there is
another of his party in his place.

THE Bourbon tariff proposition, as
formulated, is a "tariff for revenue
only," but in practice it is, "rob my
neighbor but spare me." The Mills
bill is a scheme to increase protection
on Northern industries, but to remove
it altogether from the industries of the
North. The Bourbons are not satis-
fied with helping themselves, they
cannot feel happy except they rob
some one else.

IT is pretty hard work, the New
York papers find, getting up a laugh
at Editor Shepard's daily verse of
Scripture. The good cannot help
but approve it and the wicked must
admit that as a newspaper "dodge"
it is a shrewd one. Keep it up,
Brother Shepard. As a Christian
mission it will do more good than all
the tracts and all the street preachers
in your city.

THE idea of the industries of this
country being radically revolutionized
by a lot of Southern Bourbons who
don't know what the word industry
means! It is like a trio of country
lawyer assuming to remake and im-


JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA SUNDAY, APRIL 8, 1888


prove in three months the system and
business of railroading, which had
cost forty years of the best practical
ability in the world to prefect and put
in operation.
About Steamship Lines.
The Mugwumps are opposed to
everything that will help America or,
rather,- embarrass the schemes or
interests of Great Britain and, of
course, all their organs oppose the
granting of subsidies or bounties to
establish lines of steamships to foreign
countries. Why shouldn't we grant
such subsidies to such lines as we
want. We granted land subsidies for
such railways as we needed and we
got the railways. We would not have
got them but for the grants of land.
If private citizens want a line of
steamships badly enough to build and
run the ships, they will do it. It is
nobody's business, but .theirs,
whether they do or don't. If the
American people want such a line
they have got t6 help. establish it or
they won't get it.
There are thousands of loud-
mouthed fools who, when
they discover that some other
country Iras? anr iif~tyl~ trar we
have not, begin immediately to be-
labor the American people because
they don't have it, as if argument and
orations about the shamefulness of
America's being excelled by another
country in a particular industry were
going to move some capitalist to re-
move this reproach upon his country,
by immediately investing several mil-
lions in the industry indicated.
The mugwumps think it disgraceful
to America that she has not great lines
of foreign-going steamships; yet when
it is proposed that the people shall
devote some of the public funds to es-
tablishing such lines, they wildly pro-
test. But in what way do they expect
America to get such steamship lines?
A Hint to the Bourbons.
Says a Florida fruit-grower: "We
say to the Bourbons, we want a dollar
a box tariff on oranges, and we are
going to have it, and if you folks won't
give it to us we will try the other side
at the next election and see what they
can do for us. We are getting tired
of waiting, and. of listening to your
talk about .sticking to your "tradi-
tions." There is too much nigger in
your traditions and we are not fighting
the nigger issue. We are trying to
live and get ahead in the world. The
Sotth ought to get done bushwhack-
ing and go to work in harmony with
its neighbors. and not be turning up
every year with a new row, disturbing
the peace and safety of the nation,
like the one drunken brawler in a
peaceable community. We are sick of
it. The other side offer us Protection,
Progress, Prosperity and Plenty-that
is what we want, and are going after-


And now good bye, dear Bourbon
We bid you all adieu,
We'll try Jim B.,
Or Chancy D.,
And never come back to you.
Our Irish friends, they lead the van,
They're always up to snuff.
You can't fool them
By tongue or pen
With your British Free Trade guff."
THERE is nothing Bourbon, a
or fishy about an Irishman,


friends'








ancient
and it


may be remarked that people who
think the Irish are going to be led


around by the nose by the Bourbons
in this campaign 'don't know the
Irish.
Cheap Iabor.
Cheap labor is a n tional curse. A
man who does not lar and does not
produce is a parasite; he is the rat that
eats the malt that liet in the House
that Jack Built. But he is in some
sort a public benefit,, for he helps giva
employment to tho0e who produce
what he consumes. There is wealth
enough in the earth for all men to be
millionaires, if all men were wisely
and rightly employed.
An under-paid man is like the
owner of a garden whose crops are
nearly all stolen fro~i him in harvest
time. He might ha re had an abund-
ance, but some othei man had rather
steal than work. And so the owner
of the garden mu# starve himself
that others may live upon his labor.
The well-paid marilike the gardener
who raises abundant crops eats and
drinks, is~fat and merry, exchanges
his surplus product for timber from
the forests, metals from the mine,
meat and wool and 'leather from the
flocks, and still has ,a surplus to give
-away-to thsk n unate.
Every hardworking man "in any
useful trade is entitled to compensa-
tion sufficient to support him, and a
family of half a dozen, and provide
them with all reasonable comforts and
advantages. The laborer who accepts
less than this wrongs himself and all
his fellows. He agrees to half-starve
himself to create useless surpluses for
others. Free Trade is the agency by
which men are forced to take less than
what is due them for their work. The
Protection system of America has done
more to raise. wages than any other
agency ever employed.
THE American people had heard
the Democrats shout "rascals" and
"count the money" so count they
concluded to let them in to count it.
There was not found a single error in
the books, nor a single cent to be mis-
sing .And the people are satisfied and
are going to put the Republicans back
where they belong, in charge of the,
government.
It is rumored around that Col. Wil-
liam L. Brown of the New' York
Daily News will be appointed Post-
master of that city. This would be
genuine civil service reform. Col.
Brown is a sound Democrat.-Atlanta
Constitulion.
This is what you mean when you
speak of "genuine civil service re-
form." Don't forget it. Don't kick
up a rumpus and denounce the Re-
publicans next year if they adopt the
same opinion.
A Mugwump on the Irish.
The Bourbons think they own the
Irish vote, and the Mugwumps "stand
in" with the Bourbons because they
control the solid South and the Irish
vote at the North, and are for British
free trade. An Irishman will be as
quick to see through this as any one.
A queer political medley indeed would
be a "combine" between Harper's
Weekly, the Evening Post, the New
York Times, the British Free-traders of
all sorts, all the Irish in America, the
Bourbons of the South, the Mormons
of Utah and the Federal office-holders.
We doubt if the Irish will join that


sort of procession this year. Here is a
suggestion of what the Mugwump
New York Times thinks of Irish
Americans; it says:
Who has a better right than Pat
Ford and Mike Kerwin, bedad, to tell
the Amurricans phat is truly Amurri-
can? Haven't the Amurricans been
electing the likes of thim to all the
offices they fancied for the last twin-
ty-five or thirty years? Is there an
Amurrican Legislature, from Congress
down to the Board of Aldermen, that
'ud dare go agin phat Pat and Mike
said?
Don't they be passing' resolutions of
sympathy and condolince whiniver a
widdy woman is evicted in Ireland or
dynamite exploded in England widout
killing' anybody, or Pat's em-rgency
fund begins to fall off. Show us the
|same number of Amurricans that have
the inflooence in ward politics and city
politics and State politics of the Oirish
saloon keepers in the city av New
York. Ask Governor Hill, be jabers,
wud he rather have thim or the clurgy
wid him when he goes into a convin-
tion. Wud he veto the High Li-
cense bill for 'em? Wud a duck
swim?
Sure, the Amurricans have nothing
to say about the country, barrin' to
earn the taxes for the Oirish byes tq
ate, and to mind their own business
and to leave politics to their betthers.
What does Cleveandh ahnd Bayard'and
Phelps and thim know about thrue
Amurricanism? They're no better.
than so many Englishmen, at all, at
all. They wear English clothes and
they read English books instead of
the grand old poetry of Oireland,
and they haven't a bit of a brogue
among the lot o' thim, and it's British
free trade and British gold they're
after.
Look at that old spalpeen Hewitt,
and the outrage he perpetrated upon
every thrue Amurrican whin he
ordered the harp av Erin off the City
Hall on Patrick's Day. Phat is he
anyhow but an old British free trader?
Sure it's crazy he is, and that's phat
we'll show him if he has the impidence
to thry wud the byes nominate him
agin for Mare. It takes an Oirishman
to be a thrue Amurrican, and don't yez
forget it, d'ye mind. None of thim.
Amurricans that were born in it have a
right to call themselves thrue Amurri-
cans, barrin' that incomparable states-
man, James G. Blaine. Hurroo!

Results of Southern Solidity.
The astonishment which was felt when
Saul appeared among the prophets
only faintly prefigures the amazement
which will be occasioned by the fact
that the Democratic nominations in
South Carolina are so bad as to move
the Bourbon Charleston News and
Courier to huch Mugwumpiap senti-
ments as these:
"Dangerous as it is to refuse to vote
for a nominee of the Democratic party
it is more dangerous still-even in a
political sense-to proclaim to the
State and nation that, in South Caro-
lina, the choice of an unthinking or
ill-informed majority, in convention
or at a primary election, will be sup-
ported and elected, though -he be
crusted all over with public rascality
and official corruption. It is bad
politics, and contrary to good morals,
to inculcate or encourage indifference
to official rectitude by demanding for
a person who has been found to be
dishonest as much consideration and
faith as are given to him whose public
record is clear and without staiii."

Cleveland Has an Idea.
The New York Evening Post, Mug-
wump, remarks that the- President's
mistakes in Maryland and Indiana,
which have been very serious, appear
to have been based on the ideA,' which
it describes as President Cleveland's


SOn* O- File

iIn All Hotels

M in Florida.









.....No. 85.'"

No. 85.


own, "that the civil service ought to
be reformed on a sort of local option
plan," that is, that in theStates where
the reform sentiment is strong the
spoilsmen ought to be resisted but
where it is weak they should have
their own way.-BostonJournal

Vermont Does it Rightly.
Vermont is a little State, but it has
set big States an example worthy of
the biggest of them. The delegates
at large to the National Republican
Convention are such men as ex-Gov-
ernor Proctor, General McCullough
and Manufacturer Estey, and they are
uninstructed.
As the science of good government
develops itself in the favorable soil of
Republican institutions it tends more
and more to emphasize the lesson that
the way to have a good thing done
is to select the right men to do it, and
then to give them free swing. Public
men whom the people know by ex-
perience to be trustworthy are the
men to select a candidate for the
Presidency.
Vermont followed this principle to
its logical result, and having selected
trustworthy men, it proceeded to trust
them. Its delegates at large to Chi-
cago will go uninstructed and at lib-
erty to do what their own judgment,
re-inforced by the conditions which
they will find when they get there,
m tel Wthomn is tl wwisesthwg t-do
We decidedly like the Vermont way.
-N. Y. Press.

Oh. The President Doesn't Take
Notice.
There is the Democratic State com-
mittee of Wisconsin directing officers of
the United States to serve as election-
eering agents of a party. . If
he (Mr. Vilas) had administered the
Post Office in accordance with the
public declarations, of the President
on the subject, or if the President had
taken public notice of the disregard
of his declarations and warnings,
neither the Maynard and Benedict
circular nor the circular of the Wiscon-
sin Democratic Committee would have
been issued. -Harper's Weekly.
H igh-Lioense Suooeeds.
The workings of the high-license
laws in the United States are being
carefully followed by English temper-
ance reformers, who commend the
plan as an eminently practical one.
High license, as exempifled in Penn-
sylvania and in portions of the West, is
certainly operating with an admirable
efficiency, and it cannot be denied that
it is growing in favor even with many
of the extreme Prohibitionists.-Bos-
ton Journal.

A Sample Tariff Iniquity.
Under the iniquitous system of pro-
tection, against which the free traders
rail with such vehemence, we have re-
duced our importations of Brussels
tapestry carpets from 2,000,00ooo yards
in 1868 to 68,ooo yards last year, and
in the meantime the cost of carpets,
through the active competition of
American manufacturers, has been cut
dpwn about one-half.-Bosto JouwmaL

A Funny Law Suit.
Let no man, however padded and
dyed, despair of being able to take his
in a breach of promise suit. Mr. P:
M. Osterhout of Tunkhannock, Pa.,
has just been sued by Crne M.
Coon for $4o, ooo. Mr. Oserhout is
8o, but ardent, and his Coon would
not come down.-New York Prss..

The South Should Oo .
Governor Beaver of Penny
during, his late trip through sthe
noted the demand for protection -
that locality. The new Sit with

more damage frSom free if, thea
the old South did front the war .
Y. mas.


* -. '... .... ..'-.;g....








THE DAILY H HOTEL NEWS


JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
Sunday . . .. April 8, i888.
CHAs. W. DACosTA............ Publisher.
W. D., BARN=S, General Manager.
Published from January 1, to May 1, 1888.
Iesuqd emY day in the week except Monday,
corner Pine and Bay Streets, Jacksonville. Fla.
Tua DAILY HOTEL NEws will be maile4 daily from
now the close of the season for $1, payable in
advance. Single copies I cent. Address
DAILY HOTEL NEws, Jacksonville, Fa.
jantered at the Post-Office as seoond-claim matter.


JAKSONVILLE, DUV .j 0.,
FLORIDA.
High, Healthy Location on the No-
ble St. Jonha River-Popula-
tion over 30,000-Thor-
ouhly 0 osimp:3 litan.
Location of the Florida Sub-Tropi-
cal Exposition, open January to May,
1888.
Gateway and Commercial Metropo-
lis of Florida.
Thirty-one hours from New York
or Cincinnati.
Largest Winter Resort of the United
States.
Principal Distributing Point for
Florida Vegetables and other Florida
Products.
Terminus of Eight Railways.
Entensive River, Foreign and
Coastwise Commerce.
Hotel Accommodations Largest
and Unsurpassed in the South.
Numerous Lines of Street Rail-
ways.
Water-Works of Unlimited Capac-
ity supplied by Flowing Artesian
Wells.
Gas and Electric Lights throughout
Sthe City.
Efficient paid Fire Department and
Fire Alarm.
Thorough Drainage System.
Miles of newly Paved Streets and
Beautiful Shell Drives. -
Mortality Rate Lowest in the United
States.
Three Morning, one Evening and
several Weekly Newspapers.
Ample School and Church Accom-
modations-best in the State.
Manufacturing Interests Increas-
ing.
Magnificent Seaside Resorts-
Thirty Minutes by Rail.-
Board ofTrade, Y. M. M.. A.' Ma-
sonic and all other Leading Associa-
tions.
Nine Miles of River Front.
Two National, three Private and
two Savings Banks, with ample
means.
The Largest Wholesale Houses and
Best Facilities for Jobbing in the
State.
A Metropolitan Charter, granted
by the Legislature, affords Ample
Scope for Future Progress.
Excellent Opportunities for Invest-
ment of Capital.
Rate of Taxation Low.
Two Direct Steamship Lines to
New York, and several Sail Lines.
Jacksonville's Trade exceeded $40,-
ooo000,000 last year.
Jacksonville is the Business Centre
of 2,200 Miles of Railroad and 1,500
Miles of.River Communication.
When you visit Jacksonville do not
fail to call at the DaCosta Printing
and Publishing House, the finest es-
tablishment of the kind in the State.
Duval County Lands are equal to
any in the State, with the Best Mar-
ket and Commerc facilities.

"Chestnuts" of the Future.
Solomon, when he gave his famous
judgment, was the first man who ever
proposed to split the difference.-
Puck.
Some one threw a head of cabbage
at an Irish orator, whilehe was mak-
ing a speech. He paused a second,
and said: "Gentlemen, I only asked
for your ears. I don't care for your
heads!" He was not bothered any
more during the remainder of his
speech.
Wife-I found an egg in the coal
bin this morning. That's a queer
place for a hen to lay in.
Husband-Just the place, my dear,
just the place.
W.-Just the place?
H.-Why, certainly. If our hens
begin to lay in coal for us, we don't
need to mind how the price goes up.
Herr Prof. X. was afflicted with a
serious malady, and at a conference
of his brother physicians he declared
that he had'diagonosed his case and
found that he must die in six days.
At the end of the six days, however,
he was convalescent, and his wife said
to him: Thank God, dear, you will


live." "Livl!" hemawered, "don't
you.ee I-mmut die or I'll ruin my rep


To reduce my stock of Florida curi- Jacksonville's Business Houses.
osities, porcelains, leather goods,
fans, etc., I am offering same atSt. ames and Windsor
greatly reduced prices. Come and see
before they are all gone. Finest stock P H A R M A C Y
in Florida. CHAS. E. UDALL, ^
80o and 82 Laura street, opposite Opposite St. James' Hotel.
St. James Hotel. Benj.L.Hughes, Pharmaceutical Chemist
Fishing Tackle. All medicines used in Prescriptions of guaranteed
The best fishing tackle* and finest chemical purity.
assortment in the South is found at Quinine Pills at lowest prices
Rockwell & Kinne's, 38 West Bay Patent Medicines and Fancy Goodsof all descriptions
street. They also keep a fine line of Saratoga, Vichyand Deep Rock on Draught.
guns, pistols and ammunition. Whitman's Confectionery.
E oE 0-- Note my only address, opposite St. James' Hotel.
Everyone ought to use E. Moulie's ro not abuse the best friend you have (your
Non-intoxicating Florida Orange Wine, V eyes), but call at
Moulie & Wilson, Manufacturers, Jack- 6
sonville, Florida.. It is tonic, refresh- No. 33 W. Bay Street,
ing, invigorating, and an excellent COOKE & MARTIN'S
appetizer. *
tLarge Wholesale and Retail Jewelry House
Tourist, when you go North go via and be fitted to a pair of eye glasses or specks
Atlanta, Ga., and stop a few days and by practical opticians of long experience.
take a look at the banner city of the i D k
South. Make your headquarters at Florida VingS ank
the Markham House, one of the most -AND-
popular and best conducted hotels in Real -Estate Exchange.
that city. This house is a great favor- Transacts a general banking business. Interest
allowed on deposits. Has for sale choice lots, orange
ite with Northern people visiting At- groves and wild lands. Collects rents and Interests,
lanta. Mr. Ervin Maxwell, the pro- negotates loans, etHN F. ROLLNSVie-Pres.
prietor, is a well known benedict, from H. MORGAN. Sec. and Treas.
vania and Cincinnati. 0 L. K E


FOR SALE.
A pleasant, healthy home at Pleasant Point, on the
South side of Mandarin Point, fourteen miles from
Jacksonville, 19 acres, 1,200 feet fronting on the river.
10 acres cleared and fenced. $1500 ten room house,
$22S two story barn, 200 orange trees set out in grove'
not bearing, 5000 nursery trees, 50 varieties roses,
grape vines, Japan persimmons, peach tress, shrub-
bery, etc. I horse, seven head cattle, cart, tools,
etc. Steamboat wharf in front of the house. Jack-
sonville boat stops night and morning at wharf.
The above property will all be sold to one party
for *4,000.
A. HUNTINGTON, Owner.
Inquire at W. A. Gilberts, 28 Hogan St.
Jacksonville Boarding Houses.
MRS. N. L. WARD,
FIRST CLASS PRIVATE BOARD
S. W. Cor Forsyth and Julia Ste., Opp.theEverett.

A Fleas ilt iiur EesoL

Near Chicago.
The elegant new resort, Hotel Riverview at Kan-
kakee, Ill., only 56 miles from Chicago, will be
opened June e1st, and remain open until November.
The Riverview isbeautifully situatedon the banks of
the Kankakee River in the midst of a fine grove of
Oaks and Maples. The attactions are, pure air, fine
drives, good boating and fishing. Its closeproximity
to Ch cag. olY two hours ride, makes it a favorite
resort for Southern people who wish to be near the
city during the heated term, still at the same time
have the benefit of finecountry air.
For termsby the day, week or season, send for
circular, or address
T JBWBTT WELCOX,
124 Washington St., Chicago.
WANTED. Position a general office assistant
with some all round-season hotel management.
Ripe experiene, first class bookkeeper, stenogra-
er, type-te and telegraph operator, also sever-
al years experience in railway passenger service.
"X X X." Care DAILY H OTeL NzWS, Jacksonville,
Florida.
Steamboats.

ST. JOHNS RIVER
BY


DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS)

STEA B JOHNSYLVTIST
One hundred and fifty miles sail on the beautiful
St. Johns and back early In the evening. We go to
Palatka, calling at Green Cove Spring (Touol), or St.
Agustine, connect at Palatka with railroads and
steamboats for all points in South Flori-
da, at Rbll-ton with White's road
for beautiful Ormond and Daytona,
and with boats at Daytona for all points on Halifax
and Indian Rivers. E. W. EBBETTS,
C. V. H. POST, Pass. Agent.
Gen'l Agent Offce 74 W. Bay Stree
REDUCED RATES TO EXCURSION PARTIES.
STEAMER


Kate Spencer
Makes daily trips between Fort Georae Island,
Mayport and Jacksonville. Arrives at JTacksonville
at a. m. Leaves Jacksonville 10 a. m.; arrives at
Fort George 12 m. Returning, leave Fort George at
'3:0 p. m., arrive in Jacksonville 4M0 p. m.; leaves
Jacksonville 5 p. m., from landing adjoining City
Market.
A. BRYAN, Supt. T. E. POLHILL, Agent.


Send ins your orders at'once.


IF YOU WANT


DINNER BILLS,


BREAKFAST BILLS,


SUPPER BILlS,

Examine our selections, or

send your orders by mail, and

we guarantee satisfaction.


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MILLINERY,
Dress Goods, Notions, Laces, Kid
Gloves, Silk Umbrellas,
Parasols, Zephyrs,d all kinds of Material for
Fancy Work.
No. 59 West Bay Street, Corner of Laura.

MACKEY'S
BAZAAR,
Open for the Season.
Largest Assortment of Florida Cu-
riosities.
45 West Bay Street.
A.C. HOLLINGER & CO
Hff a Or N ahprilob hpi
Hats and Caps, Fine Glove, Hosiery etc. All
styles E. & W. Collars. Agents for R. Dunlap & Co's
Hats. Agents for Brigham & Hopkins' /Nascimento
Hat. SIGN OF THE GOLDEN HAT.
97 West Bay Street.

O'PIERRE HAVEN S,
Artistic Foto rafer.
The largest and \handsomest studio in the State.
Portraits, Views Groups, etc up to 18x22 inches; the
largest made In the South. Hotel and piazza groups
a specialty.
67 and 69 West Bay Street.

STOCKTON &CO.
Wholesale and Retail,
BOOTSS&SHOES
47 W. Bay Street.
Send for Illustrated and Descriptive Catalogue.

JAMES A. FAREWELL,
SUCCESSOR TO
FAREWELL & PAGE,
Furniture and 'Bedding,
34 East Bay Street.

GEO. W. CLARK,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
AND EMBALMER,
25 Laura Street. Open all Night.
Telephone 186.


Dont Fail To Visit

STUART'S

FLORIDA CURIOSITY STORE.
58 Hogan St., Opposite Windsor Hotel.
Rare Native Birds of Brilliant Plum e. Fine
Feather Fans. Alligator Teeth. Boar's Tuks. Fish
Scale Jewelry. Canes from Native Wood. A full
line of Chirlositei. for the tnrlst. Pries to nDleas.
Professional.

DR. F. E. BUCK,
DENTIST
Ely Block, Cor. Forsyth & Laura Sts
Dr. Mayo's Vegetable Vapor used in Extracting.

D. F. CENTER, A. M., M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
Office and residence, 43 Julia Street.

H. R. STOUT, M. D.,
Homoeopathic Physician,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Office and residence, corner Ocean and Monroe
streets. Office hours, until 90a.m. Fromto 4 and
7to 8 p. m., andat noon.
JOHN H. LIVINGSTON, M. D.,
Physician & Surgeon,
8E EAST BAY ST, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Telephone call 187. Office hours 7 to 8 a. m. 13 m.
to 1 p. m., and 2 to 4 p. m.

DR. J. N. JONES,

DE NTIST.
w o .K k p l a .- an d m.Ufl n t. o pa ti -* .
attenion ive 2 CRWN NDBRIGE


Jacksonville Business douses.


ROCKWELL


& KINNE'S,


18 W. Bay St., Jacksonville Fla.

JOHNSON HOUSE.
94 West Adams Street.
Single Meals, 50c. By the Week, $7.00 Board and
Room from,1.50 to 2.00 per day, according to loca-
tion. Meal Tickets, 21 for 4.50.

Sanford House,
J. F. SANFORD, Proprietor,
14 West Monroe St.
Rates, $2 Per Day.


RU PTURE!


PROF. L. D. BIGGER,
32 i- W. Bay Street.
No al operaiMon. Patient can work at any
l treatment. CUE GUAR-
Hon. S. C.Grst, Predeat Flrida


Leading Hotels of Jacksonville


EVERETT,

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.



1887-- Season--1888



ACCOMMODATIONS
--FOB--


600


GUESTS.


NATHANIEL WEBSTER, Prop.

G. W.MACAVOY, Manager.


The Montvert,

MIDDLETOWI SPRINGS, VT.
JOSEPH EAGER, Prop.*
G. W. MACAVOY, Manager.


"'" lliI., ll "\llilill\ \ -. .


S. H, MELTON,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Fish, Oysters, Green Turtle, etc..
Apalachicola and Cedar Key Oysters.
Central Wharf, - Foot of Ocean Street.

FRUIT!__FRUIT!
HAWES 8 MASSA,
-Dealers in-
FINEST FRUITS AND NUTS
Indian and Halifax River Oranges from the finest
Groves in the States shipped to all parts. Fine Fruit
Baskets put up to order.
116 W. Bay Street, opposite Everett House.
W. S. BUNTING,
-Dealer In-
FISH, OYSTERS, GREEN TURTLE. RED SNAPPER
A SPECIALTY.
HARTRIDGE'S WHARF. Telephone 264.
NEW YORK STEAM

LAUNDRY.
12 East Forsyth Street.
Steamboat and Sleeping Car work done on short
notice.
Telephone 256.
WILLOUGHBY ADAMS. CHAS. E. SMITH

ADAMS & SMITH,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in

Normorn anRo wostrni Maats,
Poultry, Game, Celery, etc.
Hotels and Steamboats Supplied at
Short Notice.
Stall No. 8 City Market. I Post-Office Box 742

C. H. Smith & Co.,
SUCCESSORS TO FERRIS & WESTON,
ALDERNEY :-: DAIRY.
-Dealers and Producers of-
Superior New York Milk and Cream in
Glass Jars.
Office 31 Newnan Street Fine Creamery Butter
Supplyiln Hotels a.lalty5 in Bricks and Tube.


GEO. F. DREW,


Horwro :-: Comfly.

Stoves and Tinwarel
Paints, Oils and Varnishes
Farmino Implements,
Sash,' Doors and Blinds


RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT
-AND-
Saw-Mill Supplies

A FIRST-CLASS PLUMBING
Gas Fitting and Tin Shop in
Connection with our Store.


Fishing Tackle,

Finest Assortment in the

South at


GRAND


VIEW


HOTE L.
Gas, Electric Lights and I Hot
nd Cold -Water Baths, Bil-
liard, Pool and Ten-
Pin Hall
Forsyth, between Bridge and C,.y Sta
Three Blocks from Waycross and Florida Railway
n Navlgatlon Company's Depots and Riverg.
boat Lanings ay Dpo a erSt.
Rat $2 "er day and iDwards. Special weekly

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.

Tremont House
Cor. Pine and Forsyth Streets.
The Most Centrally Located Hotel
in the City.
Has just been renovated and Newly Fur
nished. New brick addition.
Electric Lights. Rooms with Private
Baths. Table Unsarpaused.
Open the Year Round.
Rates $2.50 and Upwards.
0. W. SnWMI Prepior.

THE CARLETON
EUROPEAN PLAN.


THE CARLETON RESTAURANT
Bay Street, opposite Post-Ofles.

Rooms $1 per day and upwards.
Hotel has the best location in tho city. Street carn
pass the door and connect with all train sdMbosts.


HOTEL TOGNI,

(FORMERLY ST. MARKS.)

Newnan Street, Near Bay.

aNewlyrefurnished throughout. lecttrie Bs,
Baths, etc. peOn all summer.
JOH? B. TOGNI. Proprietor and MXaasp.

ST. JOHN'S HOUSE,
MRS. E. HUDNALL, Proprietrm,
41 W. Forsyth Street.
Convenient to all business points to Ied.
Open throughout the year.
Rates $2 and $2.50 per day.
TAYLOR'S

EUROPEAN HOUSE,
CORNER BAY AND CEDAR STREET.
Seventy-five new rooms; new furniture;c041h
located; conducted rst-ola eeatie
GWROO W. TATL084, il|Odo, m


The leading Summer resort hotel in.the Green
Mountains Acconnmodatlons for three hundred ad
fifty guests.
For rates address G. W. MACAVOY.
J. J. EAGER, Everett Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla
34 Cliff St., New York City.








THE DAILY HOTEL NEWS


HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Tile St. James.
J. R. CAMPBELL. PROPRIETOR.
T U Jenkins, Baltimore M C Blain, N Y
J W Jenkins H L Simonds, Be
L Joes, Sairsville J Papes
Mrs M S Murray, city Mrs C B Cary, Br
W 8 Douglass, wife & PA Tilmone & fa
child, Runnymeade
Mr & Mrs Gilbert, N Y Miss E Gilbert, N
J Mitchell. Cincinnati A F Crocket
Mrs OF Crockett. S P BenjamI
Springfield Pitt
J D Grover & wife, J E Lippman, Ga
Georgetown, Ky C Robbs, Ballnum
F JK HiBllderbrand & wife, F W Holmes, Ct
Balto J T Porter, Lond
W F Prioleau, Atlanta S Attarpayer & w
D 8Ij1ackell, wife, 2 chil- G M Stearnes A.
S& maid, oston Cl
W N Bronson & wife, H W Bishop, EBus
St Louis H A Latimer, Boi
W4 Dunn, Chetwood F Brinton Phila
Miss A Brinton, Phila Mrs W CBarnes,
J H Barnes J Ronalds, Sooth
E H Ronaids, Soottland


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Gao. HUGEu receives Huyler's fine Candles
S atleast twice a week cor. Bay and Ocean
The Windsor.
F. H. ORVIS. PROPRIETOR.
W W Armstrong, wife, 3 J H Bodine & wife,
children & nurse, Enterprise
Pittsburg C Park, son & daughter,
Mrs Islln, Pittsfield New York
Miss Wild Yonkers, N Y J B McKee, Balto
Miss W B McKee, Balto E Canley & wife, Dayton
S H Dana & wife, Cinn Mrs T O Brown, Newark
Mrs C S Stockton Newark Miss Stockton "
H W Hughes. N iY Miss H Rawson, Cinn
T H Bakewell, Pittsburg M a
C W Relff, Phila W H Cleminshaw, Troy-
R T King, Cleveland J Bushnell, N Y
Miss Warden, Phila Miss A A Bushnell,
M Bushnell, Plainfleld Morristown, N J
G Scholle, N Y R Sutro, New York
G Hall. Cleveland J R Baldwin Montgom
A W Nellr C A Osborn & wife,
J E Balbach, Newark Midlletown, N J
A S Collins, Lake City, Fla S Baker, wife & child,
H W Chappell & wife, Chicago
Chicago P Hiss, Baltimore
E F Oately, city Mr & Mrs McVickar, NY
0 A Stewart, Pittsburg_ F F Vandervoor, Pittsb'rg
H F Alpers, wife & child, Westfleld, N J
WIGBO. HuoBus, druggist, corner Bay and Ocean
latea 511 Madison Ave.,N. Y. Physicians' prescrip
tons accurately filled.
The Carleton.
(European Plan.)
STI.PSON & DEVNELL.


W Walker, wife & 2 chil-
dren, Mich
J P Campbell S C
L T Frisbee & wife, Conn
BE Jackson, Me
J Stubbs, Wilmington
R H Phillips, Jr. Ky
M A Bull & son, N Y
E F Catly, New York
Mrs L D Brown, N H
F H Reeves & wife,
Goshen, N Y
P & L Foster, Me
Mrs W F Ba aee. Ind
J T Samuels, Lake City
H D Lapham. Rockledge
E LMagender "
S T Lane, Athens, Ga


R G Perry. Branford,Mass
G C Werth, Wilmington
C Blake & wife, Boston
T Griffin, Mass
G A Lamb, Fla
W B Prsteoa, Wilmington
S L Loach & wife. Penn
N C Loneks & wife, N Y
E Johns, New York
Mrs M N Martin. N Y
Mrs M M (hace, Detroit
T A Foster, M D. Me
Mrs T P Emerson, Ind
A Poland, Boston
G Love, New York
W H H Johnston, St Paul
C W Tuttle. N J


y'VGeo. Huhes will shortly open his new branch
pharmacy, corner Duval and Pine streets, one block
east of St. James Hotel.
Tremont House.
c. W. SWITH. PROPRIETOR.
L Warrook, city E C Post, Palatka
Mrs S Toff, city Mrs G C Courtright,
W H Kidd, city Lake Helen
C H Keller & wife, Miss M Keller, Lakeland
Lakeland G W Beach Crescent City
J W Miller G Thornme ew York
L B Greenleaf, city W Scott. 6hio
A E Oliver, Maltland N Cohen, city
Mrs Lands S E Severn, t Louis
R P Fien, Wis W T Skinner, Mo
C H Waltz, Charleston
IVGBo. HouGhs, druggist, corner Bay and Ocean
late of 511 Madison Ave.,N Y. Physicians' prescrip-
tions a specialty.
Taylop's Eupoppln House.
G. W. TAYLOR. PROPRIETOR.
O M Harper, J H More N Y
Los Angeles, Cal O MAlcAl, N Y
C W Lauffln.N Y H F Henton, Dakota
T J Reynolds, Eitte H .1 Smith, Ill
aant Meraif LL VanuAbuse, Wga
Mlss M JHarkins Mlwau f J Hamilton & wife,
0 W Drake, N J Augusta
S Galatian, Thomn*vllle J W Douglas, Daytona
J L Shen, N Y A J Quinoey. Mass
W A Rumph, Phila
oHumta's RE CADIae, fresh twice a week, at
Geo. Hughes' Pharmacy, cor. Bay and Ocean.
The New Hotel Tognl.
J. B. TOGNL PROPRIETOR.
R W Ross, Mayport F W Knox, Pa
* Rexinger & wife, 0 J A Beal, Orlando
Mrs H B Foreman, Phila Miss Corse,
E B Yates, Georgetown, Ky Alexandria, Va
TGTo. HuGHes, the druggist, corner Bay and
Ocean. The largest stock of drugs in the State.
Base Ball at the Park.
Thursday next will witness a game
of Base Ball between the Jacksonville
and Fernandina Clubs. The game
will be called at 3 p. m. Much in-
terest will be felt in the game. A
large excursion from Fernandina will
be one of the features. Visitors at the
hotels cannot spend an hour more
pleasantly than to visit the ball park
Thursday. Ample accommodations
for those who attend.

Hopelessly Spoiled.
Mrs. Hobson (at a church picnic)
-The lemon pie you so kindly con-
tributed, Miss Smith, I find is spoiled.
Miss Smith(in amazement)-Spoiled?
Why, my dear Mrs. Hobson, it was
made fresh this morning.
Mrs. Hobson-Yes; but unfortu-
nately young Mr. Sissy sat down on it.

The Longed-for Letter.
As the last note of the touching lit
tle ballad, "The letter that he longed
for never came," vibrated on the even-
ing air,- she turned to find a tear trick-
ling slowly down his cheek.
"Ah, Mr. Sampson," she said sym-
pathetically, "you, too, have
'longed.'"
"Yes," he replied huskily, "two
years ago a very dear friend of mine
went West on twenty-five dollars
which I loaned him, and for aught I
know he may be dead."

To reduce my stock of Florida curi-
osities, porcelains, leather goods,
fans, etc., I am offering same at
greatly reduced prices. Come and see
before they are all gone. Finest stock
in Florida. CHAS. E. UDALL,
8o and 82 Laura street, opposite
St. Sames Hotel.
The Battle House.
The Battle House, Mobile, Ala.,
has done a phenomenal business this
season, owing to the popular manager,
Col. C. D. Barnes. There has never
been such a rush of Eastern people to
that city and hotel for years, and the
W is, "Still they come." *


1875.


1888.


G. T. fOuTING

FURNITURE,

Mattresses, Pillows,
Pitre Frames,
MOULDINGS., BRACKETS, WIOW SHADES AND
FANCY QABIN r oWAfZ,
Charlotte Stret, North of PlaUs.
i IIII wl p m Il


BOOK, JOB




AND PUBLICATION





PRINTING




IN THE BEST STYLE



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PRINTING.









PUBLISHING




HOUSE,



BAY AND PINE STS.,



JAOK8ONVI LLE, IL


W. W. PALMER.


Proprietor


NOW OPEN.


Hotels.


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Aeld
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Phila
and


APo1Wt.
Realizing that notW gt-the treat-
ment of disease is seo4.4i import-
ance to the quality .f 1te remedies
used to combat it, or. totheir careful
and proper preparation, I desire to call
the attention of those who desire ac-
curate pharmaceutical skill to the three
following points, which ,are adhered
to in my establishment:
Perfect accuracy in compounding a
prescription. -
Standard strength of preparations
employed, and
Absolute purity of ingredients.
'VKERNAN, Apothecary,
(late with J. Milhau's Sons,New York,)
Sanchez' Block, facing Plaza,
.St. Augustine. *
Fine Custom Tailoring Department
-only first-class workmen employed.
Garments made as they should be at
Sabin, Abbott & Co's, Vaill block,
St. Augustine. *

Millinery and Dress Making De.
apartment. Satisfaction guaranteed at
Sabin, Abbott & Co's., St. Augus-
tine. *
Leading Business Houses of St. Augus-
tine, Fla.

LEADING



DRY GOODS



CARPET HOUSE,

Sabin,Abbott&Co

Ladies' and cGentreifien'

FTiR I SIIII G 8S
Fine Merchant Taor D rttMillinery and
Dress Making Depar t. The et Goods at
Northern prce. oa'titelbce.
" Double store in Vl t to Bank.


C ASA HONICA,

St. Augustine, Fla.
A Superb New Hotel,
with Fireproof Concrete
Walls, In complete run-
ning order, and open for
the reception of guests.
Every luxury known to
modern hotel art.

E. N. WILS01N,
Manager.

OASA MONICA
OOTTAGES,
On San Sebastian Heights,
ONE MILE FROM THE MAIN HOTEL.
A Quiet Retreat at Moderate Rates.
Well Furnished and Warmed.
The Public Library, baths and amusements of the
city are available.
B. 8. HOAG, Manager.
SECOND SEASON.


Greet Cove Spring Hotels


ST. CLAIR HOTEL,
GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLA.
UNDER NW -MANAGEMENT. CAPACITY 150
One of the most delightfu winter resorts In the
South; thirty rli soUth of Jacksonville, on the St.
John's River. The St. Clair will be conducted in
strictly first-class style, and its cuisine will be ol
superior excellence. Send for circular.
J. F. CHAMPLIN, Proprietor.
Late of the 3rock House, Enterprise, Fla., and pro
prietor of the Ocean House, Watch Hill, R. I.

"HOTEL MORGANZA,"
GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLA.
Beautlfuy si1atied, overlooking St. John's River.
Elegantly: frihed. Open fire places throughout.
FamIus ulpti SprIng. Magnificent scenery.
SMITH & ROGERS, Props.
"Propect ,Muse," Penatoqult Hall and Cottages
Bay Shore, L. L J. M. ROGERS, Prop.

T E RIVERSIDE HOUSE,
GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLA.,
On t4a Iher St. Johns. Beautiful views up and
down r er for fifteen miles from our upper
plasgas. *r five miles wide. J. L. SCOTT, Prop.





THE SEVILLE,

:IVLFE, FLORIDA.
On main line J., T. & K. W. Rallway, 83 miles south
of Jacksoville. All trains stood. Express and tele-
pofflio.Uth rooms, billiard rooms. Good shoot-
g a0 g boattig; $3-W per day. Livery at-



ROVE- HALL HOTEL,
S OSCaMe r CTrr, FLORIDA.
Situated on a iuM, lixty feet above and overlooking
Lake Crescent, In the midst of a bearing orange
grove, New house, Just opened; first-class in all uits
aointments; wide verandas; beautiful scenery;
perfc aty, pure air; best of water- fine hunt-
ing ad hI. tates $2.50 and *3; special contracts
by the Week. T kesteamer from Jacksonville and
Palatka, orE south by J., T. & K. By.
...I.. W.L CAM RAI, Propztetor.

SANFO.D HOUSE,
Sanford, Fla.
This hotel, one of the finest in Florida, has lately
undergone extensive alterations and Improvements;
the entire building repainted, and the rooms refur-
nished with elegant beds, etc Its acmirable con-
dition and accommodations will satisfy the most
fastidious. Graduated prices from $3.50 to $4 per
day: and from $17.50 to *2 pe week.
NEL f& HAMILTON, Propr's


SAN GARLO8 OTEL,

St. James, Fla.
--Situated on-


Centrally located in the Immediate vicinity of all Chrot
the principal points of interest. First-class in every Pin Isi 1 Harbor
appointment. Special rates made or weekly Pine Island, in Charlotte Harbor
GULF OF MEXICO.


BATTERYPARK

HOTEL.

ASHVILLE, N. C.,

Situated on the French Broad River among the
foot-hills of the Alleghany and the Blue Ridge
Mountains. Elevation 2,400 feet above the sea.
Varandas enclosed in glass. Capacity 500 guests.
Train leaving Jacksonville at 730 a. m., via Savan-
nah, Charleston and Spartenburg, reaches Ashville
at 7 a. m., the following morning. Pullman service
through. Send .for descriptive printed matter to
" C. H. SOUTHWICK.

HARNETT HOUSE,
Savannah, Georgia.
IRATES, a to $2.50 per Day.
A Favorite Hotel with Northern Tourists.
Connected by street car lines with the different
depots and steamer wharves.
M. L. HARNETT, Manager.


MA SSAPOAG

LA I f( I I [

SHARON, MASS.
Strictly First Class.
Only 35 minute ride from Boston, on Boston
and Providence R. R.
OPEN,
JUNE 1st. TO OCTOBER 1st.
Situatedamidst ninety acres of Pine and Chestnut
groves, overlooking a beautiful lake of ove r 460
acres, and on the highest point of land between
Massachusetts and Narragansett Bay.
Fine Lawn Tennis Courts, driving, riding, boating,
fishing, bathing, billiards and bowling,
Fine very and boarding stables.
A. P. BOYCE & CO, Proprietors.
wV Due notice will be given in Boston papers
where mr. Boyce can be consulted.
A. P. BOYc & Co.-
Jacksonville. Fla.


Not the best hunting and fishing grounds in the
world, but certainly equal to any spot on earth for
hunting fishing and sublimity of climate.
GEORGE H. BEMIS,
Manager.


Partridge House

MONTICELLO, FLORIDA.
Sportsmen's Favorite Resort
Best game country in the South. Bates per day $2,
88 to $10 per week. B. W. PARTRIDGE. Prop


"Prospect House"

Penatoquit Hall and

Cottages'.
BAY SHORE, LONG ISLAND, N. Y.
This noted summer resort, situated on the Great
South Bay, 40 miles from New York, will open June
1st. Surf and still water bathing, magnificent
drives (sprinkled for ten miles), excellent fishing
and yachting. Music afternoons and evenings.
JOHN K. ROGERSProp.
SOUTHERN WINTER RESORT.
"Hotel Morgansa," Green Cove SPt8ngsw lid
SMITH & GER. Prop.




Hotel -:- PASAJE.

HAVANA, CUBA.
This Hotel is now furnished with all the latest Im-
provements, and all its apartments were overhauled
and embellished during last summer.
Magnificent BATHING ROOMS for Ladies and
Gentlemen, with hot and cold water and shower
baths, are on the upper floor; and elegant SITTING
and READING ROOMS, with all the leading papers
of the principal cities of the uted States, England
and France are on the main floor, where also the
new BARBER SHOP may be found. The newly
added d elegant rooms will accommodate two hu-
dred guests.
Rooms secured by mail or wire.
P.M. CASTRO & Co.. Proprietors.


Mackey & Co.,

Florida Souvenirs,
Alligator teeth, boar tusk and sea bean jewelry.
Hand painted shells and plaques. Repairing waidhes
and jewelry a specy.
S o Street, ST. AAUGUT FLA.


Battle Bouse,

MOBILE, ALA.

THE GREAT


WINTER


RESORT


Putu House,

PALATKA, FLA.


OSCAR 0. BARRON, Prop.


Accommodates 500 Guests


DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.


WEST. EAST. -
READ DOWN. STATIONS. aD rUP.
No. 5. No. 3. No. 1. No. 2. No. 4. No. 6.
Lv. Lv. Lv. Ar. Ar. Ar.
P.M. A.M. A.M1 A.M. P.M. P.M.
315 1105 8 00.... t. Augustine...10 20 125 62
817 1107 8 2.*NewSt. Augusdnel 17 1 22
325 1115 810... *St.A. & P.June..1008 114 618
837 1127 822. miths ....... 957 1 M 602
345 1135 830 .. "Middleton..... 949 1254 5
350 1140 885......Armstrong..... 944 12 49 S0
356 11 46 8 41...Holly Branch.... 9 88 12 43 548
402 1152 847........*Oulds........ 982 1287 887
407 1157 852..... errifeld...... 927 13 5
413 1208 858 .... Buena Vista.... 921 132 s
417 12 07 911... *Pattersonville... 918 1 23 523
424 1214 909....EastPalatka.... 910 1215 515
Palatka:
485 1225 924. ..F. 8 Dock. .R8 45 1180 500
440 1230 9384..JT&K WDock.. 1150 445
Ar. Ar. Ar. Lv. Lv. Lv.
SUNDAY TRAINS.
WEST. EAST.
No. 8. No. 1. N. No.2. No. 4.
Lv. Lv. Ar. Ar.
P.M. A.M. A.M. P.M.
315 8 00.......... Augstine........107 25
317 802........*New St. Agustine.......11 0 6
325 810 .......*St.A.&P. Junction:.......1057 613
33 7 8 22..............*Smiths.............10 46 6
3 45 8 830............*Mlddlon...........10 88 5 54
8350 8 85............ A struang-............. 10 88 49
8568 41...........Holly Branch...........10 27 548
402 847.............Ouds ..........1021 587
407 852..............Merrifleld..............1016 58
418 8 58........... Buena Vista............10 11 5 26
417 9 01..........*Pattersonvflle..........10 08 58
424 9 09 ...........East Palatka............ 10 00 515
435 924....P*latka--F S8R'y Dock....... 945 $80
Ar. Ar. Lv. Lv
At Palatka connects with the Florida
Southern Railway, Jacksonville, Tampa and
Key West Railway a St. Johns and- ali-
fax Railroad and St. Johns River steamers to
and from all points in South Florida.
Connects at Tocol with St. Johns River
steamers to points in South Florida.
With tr. JohnSylvester to and from Jacksomvllls.


St. Johns Railway

"The Ancient City Route."
DAILY.
WEST. EAST.
No. 11. No. 9. NO. 7. N, 8. No. 10. No. .L
Lv. Lv. Lv. Ar. Ar. Ar.
P.m. A.m. P.m. A.m. P.m. P.m.
880 148 5 46...St. Augustine... 46 12456 8
883 148 548.*NewSt.A'gustlne43 124 8512
841 15u8 5 56.*St.A.& AP.Junc.62 1383 580
420 1145 6 40.......Toool........5 45 1200 430
Ar. Ar. Ar. Lv. LT. LT
*Fl Stations.
W. J. JARVIS. Gu Supt I


Tiniaer Lands
Timber Lands
Timber Lands
Timber Ionds
"wbet I nds
Timber Lands




Orango :a-nds
Orange 14114.


Virgin Forests of Yellow
PinCypres and Cedar, in
bodies of 50,609 to 809,600
Acres situated in Western
Florida, and eompisg he
larret ad most anlu;.'4e
timber tracts in the South-
era States, oev oeed .
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THE DAILY HOTEL NEWS.


Terrible Indiotment of the Sneak Mugwumps bring against Mr. Ran-
Thief Tariff Bill. dall:
The Republican minority of the' "Is he of vast wealth, and is he a
Ways and Means Committee, through manufacturer, that he always betrays
Mr. McKinley, have made their earn- such solicitude in protecting the in-
est, honest and forcible protest against terests of manufacturers?"
the Mills Tariff bill. The future his-I "It is doubtful if he owns an inch
torian of Congress will realize that the of ground in the city. He secures his
notorious facts stated in this protest right to vote by paying to the city the
are of more consequence than the un- magnificent sum of fifty cents every
skilful, unjust, sectional and demagogi- two years as a poll tax."
cal Tariff bill which has been framed; It appears further from this Phila-
in secrecy, in violation of all Ameri- delphia letter that Mr. Randall is
can and English ideas as to the right guilty of having nothing but his salary
of the interests assailed to be repre- to live upon. In other words, he is
sented. I not "of vast wealth," he is not a land-
Mr. Cleveland's Free Trade Mes- holder, and he is dependent upon his


from all fears as to a dangerous sonality made glorious by contact with
"surplus." This should be followed real English lords into the movement
by the strenuous advocacy of the to secure Cleveland's renomination for
Dolph Fortifications bill, which is a the Presidency.
carefully considered measure enjoying What more appropriate and con-
the support of our ablest military and sistent, therefore, than for Mr. CleAe-
naval experts. Thus American poll- land to take advantage of the
cies of protection of our industries present opportunity to elevate his
and of our sea coast would antagonize friend to a position where they
Mr. Cleveland's English notions of might in good time be regarded as the
free trade and his indifference to two great minds controlling the des-
national defences, on shore or afloat, tinies of America, one to expound the
-N. Y. Mail andExpress. law from the highest judicial seat and
the other as Chief Magistrate to en-
Mr. andall's Offenoe. f,. iq rui iar -....dina;,.


Scr nib pe^ux Vexpotruin gs.
A queer attack upon the Hon. Mr. Phelps has evidently been fit-
Samuel J. Randall was published in ting himself with great care for such a
the New York Times of Monday. It position while acting as mis-Repre-
was in the shape of a letter from Phila- sentative of America at the English
delphia. Two quotations from it will Court. He has progressed so rapidly
serve to show the nature of the accu- in his studies as to secure. an invitation
ssios which the Free Trader sad to explain to the English people


through the Nineteenth Century Maga- past two or three seasons, is the Home
zine the philosophy and plan of the Journal of New York. The season
American system of government. In now approaching its close has been a
this remarkable thesis he initiates his remarkably successful one, and the
readers into the mysteries of our Con- future of Florida as the great winter
stitution, and tells them that "a broad resort State of America is, I am cer-
and liberal, and at the same. time a just tain, fully assured."
and consistent construction, has been
given to it in favor and protection of the A Record of Failure:
rights of the SUBJECT." The six definite enterprises which
It is safe to say no follower of the constitute the whole book of Mr.
American flag ever ventured upon Cleveland's policy, so far as his Ad-
such a flight ot genius before. By all ministration has been a distinctive
means let them that are "subject" be policy, are these:
exalted. It. were a pity that the pres- The reform of the civil service on
ent Administration, which has shown the so-called non-partisan or Mug-
itself more English than American, wump plan;
should fail to recognize the services of The suspension of silver coinage
one who rejoices in the title of "sub- in order to avert a predicted financial
ject," and has for the past three years panic- "-; Z .- .
represented the Administration, not The )egotiation of an extradition
the country, at the English Court. treaty with Great Britain; *
To be sure, some people may object. The settlement of the fishery troub-
They might be found insisting upon les by the negotiation ofga treaty with
the old-fashioned ideas of American Great Britain;
institutions and American Nationality; The reduction of the surplus by
they might even be heard quoting an means of an extensive reduction of
English statesman and orator to de- customs duties, retaining the internal
nounce the ambition of "one too-pow- revenue taxes;
erful subject," but then it must be re- The Pan-Electric suit to annul the
membered that the present Adminis- Bell telephone patents.
tration is accustomed to protests from In every one of these six cases the
the people and the people are becom- result of the undertaking can be re-
ing accustomed to the indifference of corded in a single word:
Administration. 'Rah for "subject" The Administration's civil service
Phelps.- The Irish World. reform policy. -Abandonment.
Mugwump News About New York. The Administration's demand for
the suspeisica of silver' coinage.-
In New York the supporters of Gov. Relinquishment.
Hill are intriguing to get control of The Administration's extradition
the State Committee and elect a ma- treaty.-Collapse.
jority of the State delegation. They The Administration's fishery's nego-
argue that if they can go to St. Louis tiations.-Surrender.
with the majority of the New York The Administration's surplus re-
delegation against the President, it auction plan.-Repudiation.
will be easy work to convince the The Administration's Pan-Electric
delegates from the South and West suit.-Disgrace.-N. Y. Sun (Dem).
that Cleveland cannot carry his own ___
State and that Hill can. In New Jer- The Irish Party Includes Us All.
sey powerful combinations are form- We observe that our esteemed Lon-
.ing against the President, and in don contemporary, the Court Journal,
Pennsylvania Randall's supporters are interprets Mr. Hewitt's refusal to hoist
supposed to be putting in their work the Irish flag over the City Hall as "a
in the same way. The news which very decided and well-deserved snub
comes from Massachusetts is-not en- for the Irish pa ty."
tirely reassuring. One of the embar- The Court Journal should send one
rassing features of the situation ;s the of its bright young men over here with
refusal of these men to plainly declare a letter of recommendation to Mr.
their purposes. A convention made Hewitt. He would find that gentle-
up in large part of these men, and man, whatever his views on flags, a
with an active minority of opponents fervent advocate or Irish home rule,
of the President, might soon be trans- and a staunch member of what the
formed into a decidedly anti-Cleve- Court Journal calls the Irish -pary.
land gathering. Huddled togeth- In fact, with very few exceptions,
er in St. Louis, and gathering cour- Minister Phelps, for example, the
age from each other's support, they whole population of this land is an
might be led ito the supreme folly of Irish Party when Irish home rule is in
defeating Cleveland and putting in question.
nomination some man who decends We are all for it, because we be-
to the level of their own ideas.-- lieve in home rule and love it, and
Springfield Republican. have long practiced it ourselves.--
0 The Sun.
Florida Hotel Notes.


sage had at least the merit of boldness. salary for the support of his family.
But when Mr. Mills and the majority Well, Mr. Randall has been in
of the Ways and Means Committee Congress for twenty-five years. The
began to carry out free trade notions American people are judges whether
in detail they acted like burglars or- or not he has earned his salary
ganizing a midnight raid on banks and during that time. They are also
stores and warehouses. There is not judges whether or not there can be
an honest Democract in Congress or higher praise for a statesman of great
in the country who ought not to feel abilities, great posts, and great oppor-
ashamed for the representatives of his tunities than to say that, after twenty-
party, of whom -when charged with five years of public life in a time of
the work of altering the tariff-it could extraordinary temptations and oppor-
be truthfully said, as it is truthfully tunities, he is still a poor man.
said by the minority report, that "it, The Free Traders should keep up
was fashioned outside of the House;" this kind of attack. They may make
that "it was presented ready-made by Mr. Randall President yet.-Nevw York
the chairman of the committee, was Sun.
framed, completed and printed without a
the knowledge of the minority and The Tailor and His Thread.
without consideration and discussion To the Editor of the Press-Willlyou
in the full committee;" that "if any 'nse the following clipping as a text for
consultations were held the minority' an editorial ? I am anxious to know
were excluded," and that it was thus'what your views are. This place is
reported to the committee after three where the great Willimantic thread
months of this "Dark Lantern," parti- mills are located. F. E. B.
san and sectional conspiracy against WILLIMANTIC, Conn., April 2.
the protected interests of the country. "Cotton spool thread sells at a
This is the aspect of the Mills Tariff higher price now than it did before
job which first and most deserve the the war. It is protected by a heavy
attention, the contempt and the in- duty. The threadmakers are very
dignation of all intelligent and honest rich and the thread users very poor.
citizens, whatever their partisan affilia- The tariff duty takes from the meager
tions. It ought to be called the earnings of the poor sewing woman a
"Sneak-Thief Tariff bill." The very part of her pittance and crams it into
secrecy of the methods of its construe, the stuffed pocket of the millionaire.
tion condemns it. The contemptuous And this sort of robbery goes on un-
disregard of the vested interests in- der the plea of 'protection to labor,'
volved in the Tariff changes, and those who seek to put an end to
as shown in the refusal to give those it are denounced as the enemies of
interests a hearing and fair play, workingmen."--Philadelphia Record.
ought to awaken general indignation The best answer to the above sense-
against these Congressional plotters ,
who set themselves up as arbitrary less tirade, may be found in the fol-
despots over the rights and property lowing statement from the agents of
of hundreds of thousands of better, the Grafton linen thread mills, who
because honester and manlier, men, have mills also in Johnstone, Scot-
and sit in secret council on measures land: "We may say that owing to
fraught with damage or ruin to citizens
that have invested their labor and cap- fierce competition among domestic
ital in branches of industry recognized ,threadmakers, ,we sell a large propor-
and prot&eted by law. Is this "Dem- tion of the product of our mills at
ocratic" in any sense of the word? Grafton, Mass., at prices which are as
Could the Council of Ten in old
Venice have adopted stealthier means low absolutely as prices obtained in
of perpetrating injustice under the Britain for similar qualities made at
forms of law? our mills in Johnstone, Scotland.
The terse and terrific indictment "As the operatives at Grafton re-
which the Republican minority of the ceive more than ioo per cent. higher
ways and means bring against the wages than the Johnstone workers,
specific injustices of the tariff that was and as, according to the best informa-
framed in secret, will go to the intelli- tion obtainable, the cost of living at
gent citizenship of the country with Grafton is less than fifty per cent. more
great effect. The minority have the than in Johnstone, it requires no argu-
incalculable advantage that is always ment to show who receives the major
enjoyed in a free country by legisla- benefit of the protective tariff upon
tors who court the light, invite open linen thread. Competition has more
investigation and take the people into to do with prices than tariffs have, in
their consultations. It is the manly this case, and we doubt not in many
tone of the minority report that will others."
make its undeniable and damaging The Philadelphia Record, though
facts and its unanswerable arguments owned by a millionaire, is one of those
most efficient factors in the great dangerous communistic newspapers
opening conflict between English free which is trying by every art
trade and "the American system," that the. demagogue posesses to
that has made us the strongest and make wage earners believe
richest of nations, within the same that a man who has accumu-
generation as a civil war that no other lated property is a public thief and
nation could have recovered from plunderer. There is neither reason.
in less than a century, sense nor justice in its false assump-
The minority report shows in de- tions and gross misrepresentation of
tail the inconsisternies, blunders and facts.-N. Y. Press.
injustices of the Mills bill, which,
throughout, bears all the marks of "Subject" Phelpe For the Supreme
sectionalism and narrow partisanship Court.
and the grossest ignorance as to the The vacancy in the U. S. Supreme
effect of proposed reductions of duties Court caused by the death of Chief
on the receipts of the government Justice Waite calls for the nomination
from the importations of the articles of a successor by Mr. Cleveland.
affected. The bill is for free trade as Amongst the names mentioned for the
far as its authors dared make it con- high position the preferences of the
form to their wishes. It should be Administration seem to point toward
confronted by a bill repealing all Minister Phelps, who has recently
Federal direct taxes, which, if enact- hied him homeward from St. James' to
ed, would at once relieve the country cast the influence of the mighty per-


A Dull Thud Coming.
Minister Phelps is on his way home-
ward. Something will be heard to
drop about the time he gets ready to
ask Secretary Bayard why the fisheries
treaty was made without consulting
the Minister resident at the Court of
St. James.-N. Y. Press

Rather Expecting the Unexpected.
Some of the members of the House,
and quite a number of politicians out-
side of the House, do not look upon
a letter of declination from the Pres-
ident as an unreasonable possibility or
an event to be surprised at.-The
Washington Critic.
A Curious Query.
Suppose that in I861 the individual
resources of the South had been as
highly developed as those of the
North. What would have been the
result of the war.-Atlanta Constitu-
tion.


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much easier motion to the train, and provides
an almost perfect safeguard against telescope.
Ing in case of a collision.
In addition to three regular express trains,
this new train now in service between New
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arrives in Jacksonville 3:45 p. m. the fol-
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Equinox House,

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A delightful Summer Resort among the
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York, 200 miles northwest of Boston, 50 miles
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etc., completed last season.
Music afternoon and evening.
DOGs NOT ALLOWED IN THE HOUSE.
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(Chicago National Hotel Reporter.)
Jacksonville hotels continue well
filled.
Florida's future success is fully as-
sured.
A great building boom has struck
Tampa.
The Windsor, at Jacksonvile, will
remain open till the middle of May.
The Leon Hotel, at Tallahassee, is
having the most prosperous season in
its history.
A syndicate is forming to build for
next season a $100oo,ooo hotel at Silver
Springs, Florida.
A new hotel, to be known as the
Hotel Charlotte, is being built at
Charlotte Harbor, Fla.
The magnificent Ponce de Leon, at
St. Augustine, will positively remain
open until May i.
The grand regatta at Pensacola
comes off this month and promises to
be a very brilliant nautical event.
There is talk of building a hotel at
Cape Canaveral, on the Atlantic
coast off Titusville, Fla., next summer.
Western people have been in "the
ascendant, so far as numbers are con-
cerned, at the Florida resorts this sea-
son.
Rumor has it that the old Brock
House, at Enterprise, Fla., will be
razed, and a concrete building erected
upon its site this summer.
The Tampa Hotel Company, at
Tampa, Fla., was organized last
week by the election of five-directors,
at follows: Gen. J. B. Wall, W. N.
Conoley, Capt. J. T. Leslie, Dr. H.
R. Benjamin and D. S. Macfarlane.
The directors met on Wednesday and
elected the following officers: W. N.
Conoley, president; Dr. H. R. Ben-
jamin, vice-president, and P. G. Wall,
Jr., treasurer. The intention is to
erect a handsome tourist hotel.
One of the oldest and most promi-
nent Florida hotel keepers writes us as
follows: "In years past, as you are
fully aware, the newspapers of the
North have been very generally dis-
posed to do great injustice to the re-
sort interest of Florida. The National
Hotel Reporter has always been an
exception to the rule, and I feel that
all Florida hotel keepers owe you a
debt of gratitude for your generous
support and aid. Another paper that
has stood by us, especially during the


Jacksonville, Fla.,


Will Remain open until about May 1o,
x888, and as much longer as business
will permit.

F. H. ORVIS.