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The Florida times-union
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Title: The Florida times-union
Uniform Title: Florida times-union (Jacksonville, Fla. 1883)
Portion of title: Florida times union
Physical Description: 15 v. : ill. ; 72 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Charles H. Jones
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla.
Creation Date: August 26, 1883
Publication Date: 1883-1897
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ItdU pe aUrvey--e Obetaulm to
WMet-Man atM of Coutrastion
JC (l* Leoatle-Advaa-
ammeres- Ste.
tfo I the full report submit-
4ra Bteip to the Board of Dl-
It' ofj t Flk-a Ship Canal and
payu aS thdr rent meeting

a Jaeuts-mmw--Cmmr, .
I, August 1th, 188. )
B* Prmdmt:
SIinorlo submit the fol-
he llm sry survey
ship canal.
*f accordance
of your
f nor
7, ,to .
I.. .9.,

of this coast runs at rate
four miles per hour, a
We will not count sis
because on her reitprn
would have the m i
The average jpasa a
New York to NeW
and the-average t
six days. The a n
and one-half days I
Wahi being true,
made by passing th
be nearly onefourth
besides the saving o
at low speed in th
twenty-fuO h ours.
If we supp
mains each trnp i
charging and receive
the way of the ca
kaiimng dajr"..... .....
Lay lays... ....

The round voy
one dayq. This w
17 (seventeen) rounm
While by using t
Sailing days...........
Ly days.............A.

Styte Bonapartlsts were his
with them he would '" -
g With the leading cit.
thus divided into three
a easy for a Frecchman
'a all your royal houses," .
r bl. It ispretty gn-
S that the Orl

a the

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0y t.rigue sand foK.

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* azlolMsf on the 4th

td by letter and
oiud-atmig thu'"early
attons eneo. ged me so
i -e monsof a
Stam it hadv ns been in.
additional work, although
attended and-lnorm ex-
aotiually counem-
ne a far better basis
of Directors, and
to ablS more safely and
e1rtaneato future opera.

ed from the reports of Mi.
i, oamed this one of the
hih he had studied to be
a md series of level
had personally ex-.
l oaen thla various ter-
00 the 16th of July
-to Jacksonville, lor.
Switch him ahe note"
mtusn, and pereoDall
Votnt important wli
n termlinu.
f.. Hill, which Is here-
, ce. clearly the trial
ir ded het imateas of the
su nbimitted,
.t be a w&ort the
S 'Dfaet In-

tw r the
P Wglhty-iw tewt
, two hundred and
surface, and tUuny

low the p~lage of
eamers of the first
ahince, and will thus
rfot war-w for'
O4an and theGulFr,
s and tesadvantages
Stome, mod prevet-
ea4malia-eas of asc-
ihlpe,. ich Would
Haact oa and letoes

a aetterih tls inter-
as well as in that of
te canalWcih, in Its
.malty forenlarging it,
Lot be likely to aris.
tny the eral line
by Mr. I, .I would
zy ad ag ID
F rduce the amount
t 400,000 ubic yank
aly from2.O 8,Oe O
irds of exesvattmt.
g. that the probable
e, ch I piptie
S"cootingenols ao
winc, -la. ty

Jiw el

vesie har'tS
eels since 186
much better
th A.A A S

vessels wee lv(luse of
property. 'P were
totally hlt (It. $1,851,618);
and nineteen ae h or dis-
abled, the v .

In onchi dis, dstinotly,
that there Is g di.-l
culty to be the construe-
Lion nf thins ; and 1 feel
confident tl ect instru-
mental a lin e will
develop ties; but
will enab PIlaces,
to yet turt lee and make
the profile *
i to an old
so= _ to one ad-
"antage w ke the con-
strucaono which is
neither domical.
In the ib any foreign
power Pul navy. the ex-
aenee of eidently be of
a military ve i- hatry which 16
Incalculable. g submitted,
.- f Engineer.

B,^_' 0o of our
eonawatle r'i Tampa,
and he ron -4 as pure fab-
ricaion Thia ae of t e coutrac
tot has since' beeay eid by a telegram
from, our reptagte t Tampa, who
says that the onl; Mthere is denite
fever, and that t i:b, 0 ekness what-
eter on the shj 'tie' peiamer Ala-
bama sailedeom 1 e with a load
of cotton for Oo e 'iorct your
statement,. We above Informa-
lion strictly truestijr.-'"
UM Dan,
Bupt.o 5vestmaent Co.

By Telegraph Mto al r.1
LisA, via Ga aS-A
long, but light, of quake was
felt betre at I o'a l
The Dari6 0 information
from Valparaiso p Lajo, with
1,000 men, and thbq- t, wish ammu-
uillou and p...... .illed for Cal-
lao. The latter men for
Iquique and Atteri
. The.Childlan s:acu led
with a project
toInaunsl. .-


Acuador,; 'rri^
will ptoe -;iu
V *ar.r e
oa=, s 09W-

ounIced loww WniB
The wer e ot&iJte o
1ospl surgeon before, he
commenced. S* oq909 ulldpter|i -
tine aainst PeNneswtla tedy.
aSo to-dayyellow fever'WHi ant
-hee .The. -"sckness was then. .
Another epidemic may come this r,
but to-day Peneacola i absolutely he y,
apd the people are hopeful. It is reti
that: Secretary Chandler repudis thi e
contract under which civilian Suron
Hirgis went to the Navy Yard at 100
Super 9y. '
She Cosgratulates Her Loyal Subjeet on
the ConditIon of the Country,
By Telegraph to LheTrMar-ULTNioN.
LoDON, August 25.-The QuI'sa
speech, proroguing Parliament, refers to
the continuance of harmonious relptiqns
with foreign powers. The administr y've
reorganization of E3 pit, though rae arced
by the outbreak of the Chllera, has s-acaly
advanced. Her Majesty reasserts tlh hbe
occupation of Ec3)pl is only tempeos-y.
She says the aim thereof, which has brn
explained to Parliament, remain an.
changed. The communication wt b
France, concerning occurrences intahda.
gascar, have been conducted in qIlrith
of friendship, and shbe has no 'djubt
they will lead to sutiefactory results [Her
attention has been and wil lbe siealy di-
rected to all which nia3 effect itn tghtsl
and liberlies of her subjects. The pork-
ing of the convention with the Tra t$aal
government buhas proved. In certain re-
spects, unsatisfactory, her ministers. and
confidential euvoy di-patlched front Trans-
vaal will discu-s tehe matter shortly. *'I he
condition o(f classes in the Kingdom seffer-
ing from the t-epres4ion of agriculltur has
in must districts shbuwn some degree p im.
provement. The general state of I trade
and industry is sound. She says ash can
refer with greater satisfaction thdn un
soum former occasions to the cundilon of
Ireland. The provisions of the Land
Act have been brought into '-wide
operation and the late combination
against the fulfillment of contacts,
especially for rent. have been, lin greatt
.V ft V-V, h W hg c ) isp. Ihrri ic-w -A t)'-
diminution of agrariadcrime. anxaseas-
sins, having murder for ibt.ir object have
been checked by the detection and punish-
ment of offenders. Her Majesty refers to
the various measures to which she has
given her assent, and which, she hopes,
will advance the Interests of all. She re
-fers to the legislation of the session in re-
gard iolreland as evidence of the anxiety
ot Parliament to promote the prosperity of
thai couLtry.
The House of Lords. at the last mnme-nt.
agreed to the Agricultural Holdings bill.
A Cunning Scheme of the Mooiashiners for
Defrauding rHliOoverninent.
By Telegraph to the rimtss-UNioN.1
The court martial which tried Captain
John A. Kingat San Antonio, Texas, to-
day, for neglect of duty in exceeding the
amount appropriated for erecung a build-
ing at that post has acquitted him.
Superintendent Jewell, of the railway
mail service, has been authorized to issue
the necessary orders for the fumigation of
mall matter arriving at Jacksonville. Fla..
from Pensacola. if it can be done without
expense to the Posloffice Department.
The Commissioner nf Internal Revenue
to ay intr uted Revenue Agent Powell,
at Raleighb, N. C., to i vestigate the re-
pott that several revenue officers in the up-
per part of South Carolina have teen
.swindling the Government by hiding per.
sans to put up old stills in remote places
'and then capture the material and o ltain
Government rewardsof $50 for each beiz-
uip; also, that the sape material is $hen
.'Oa in another -part of the Stae and
.It is alleged that only a fev of
u*114 'lc.p uted In the mouniaili of
hasv.really been use for
SRevena4 Bureau to-di re
i'bh Colutor for thL Fi rtb
Aa eof U1,100 c ins
944, a too
..ate of
0mM 900.-s

fyi' a-a

ne was acovicted relon, having been fouqd
guilty of grand larceny in Verion county.
and sent to the penitentiary. Prosecutor
Wallace responded that he had a copy of
the full pad'on restoring Liddel to citizen-
ship. Objections were then made to the
copy, the defense insisting that the original
pardon should be introduced, and then the
attorneys on both sidesconsumed twnhours
in argument At 11 o'clock Judge Good-
man ordered a recess, ton give time to con-
sider the point, which is one of great in-
terest to the defense, since Liddel's testi-
mony is vital tg the prosecution. Ex-Gov-
ernor Charles P. Johnson stated Ibis morn-
ing that the testimony would all be in by
next Tuesday evening, and the case be
given to the jury on Wednesday.
Capture of Forts and Bateriesi at tAs,
Mouth of the Bise.
By Telegraph to the TuLMgs-Ui o.Lro.1
PARIS, August 25.-A telegram has been
received by the Minister of Marine from
-Saigon, dated today. announcing that the
French have bombarded and captured the
forts and batteries at the mouth of Hue
river, after a brilliant land attack. This
operation occurred on the 18th. 19th and
20th instant. Sevcn hundred Annamites
were killed during the engagements. The
onlycasualies suffered by tlie French were
se-veral men sliihtly wounded. Ihe gun-
boats Vipere and Lynx have entered Thu-
ann passage. The French admiral has
granted a truce. A blockade has been de-
clared. M. Harmand, French Civil Com-
misi-.ner in Touquin, has g.'ne to Hue,
the capital of Annam, to negotiate with
the Annamite Court, which is greatly
alarmed at the nmovements of the Frenche
The Temps says reiiiforcements have
been ordered to replace the troops required
to hold the fort- at Hue. A regiment of
infantry and a battery of artillery will
shortly embark at Toulon for Annam, as
an effective blockade of the whole coast oT
Tonquin ,nd the southern part of Annam
is impossible with the forces at his dispo
sal. Admiral Courbett will confine him-
self to hlockading Tourane. Hue, the del-
la of Red river and Hako.
a Mt ........ ,, .s -, "..
preeedentedlly ,Quiek Passage.
By Telegraph to the TIME.s-ON5ioN.j
LoNDON, August 25.-The Standard,
commenting on the close of the session of
Parliament, says Ihe weakness and divided
councils of the opposition during the ses-
si.-n have extricated the Ministers from
their worst straits. The Ministers may
take heart for the future when tthey re
inemiber the marvelous impunity which
they have enj.-vtd.
The Daily NSews. in an article on Count
de Chambnrd. says his death. like his life,
will not affect French politics. The event,
it 6ny.. belongs to the romance of history
and not to its business. The Timel says
it sees little ground toanticipate any move-
ment in France favorable to the Orleans
Prince w ho, it thinks, will not be so iIi-
advised as to urge their claims, which
at the present time are entirely hope-
less. The Irish National League of
G-eat Brirain will hold a convention at
Leeds on September 29th. Parnell will
probably preside.
QUEENSTOWN, August 25.-The steamer
City of Rome from New York for this
port and Liverpool, arrived off Browherd
to-day, time of passage, six days. twenty
hour and thirty three minutes.

Items of Interest from the Farious Cipt-
tuls..Chambord'a Death,
By Telegraph to the TIMru-'UNION.i
RoME, August 25.-The Diritto points
out to Frantce that her fatal blindness has
left nothing undone to alienate the friend-
snip of Spain, Italy and England, and
hopes that she will repair her faults and
avert the perils which besel her. '
ST. PETERuaBTcR, August 25.-*The
Journal de St. Petersburg expresses a hope
that France may be spared from dissac,
sions arising from the death of Count do
Chambord ,
Paws. Augtust 25.-The Councils-Gene,
ral of Ibe Departments of Vendee and
,oire Tnferieure, adjourned out, of respect
to tbhememory of the late Count de-Cham-

Government he received a telegram
diiral Pierre, mi'noi commander
*e p, statlg etin 4 ae triaLfA

Matalg irade between the Florida ports
ani4he ports of fever countries during the
saupier months. Let their trade be done
wilbus during the winter season only. As
to.sasenger traffic to Mexican, Central
A&erican and West Indian ports, It is of
no rteat account during the summer and
tbi. who wish o come and go between
th0a and the Gulf and Atlantic cities can
wel afford to wait for cool weather. The
commercial world would soon adjust itself
to hesituarion If the government would
eet its foot down and absolutely refuse to
letvessels enter or clear from our ports for
thL points mentioned above from the let of
Juy to the let of December. Surgeon-
Geneval Hamilton. of the Marine Hospital
srvilee, would be duink this part of the
Unted States a great service if he would
prqis this matter in his next report.

*"'e sorry figure Florida cuts at the
Lotiaville Expoition bhas attracted univer.
sal attention. The communication of Mr.
Joaes. published in the TTMx-UNIoN of
etensday, puts the case in the strongest
igpt." The mistake seems to have been
thqb there was no concert of action about
out exhibit The several counties and in-
diilduals started out '*on theirown hook,"
anf ibe major part of their work has been
to talk largely of what they were going to
do. "Fine words butter no parsnips" is
an old and homely adage, but it fits this
case like a glove. t is oti not oo late, how-
ever, to do something creditable yet, as
September and October will be the best
months of the Exhibition.
The great cyclone in Minnesota last
Tuesday was one of the most destructive
yet recorded in this summer's record of
violent elemental disturbances. It swept
a election of country sixty miles long and
two miles wide very nearly bare. The
destruction of human life. the wounding
and maiming of people, and the ruin of
.farms and villages is truly appalling.
These cyclonic storms in the west are be-
ginning to give that region the uncertain
character of the volcanic countries of Eu-
rope. There is no telling at what hour
theidestroyer will come. There is no
means of fencing against him any more
than there is against the ihroes of the
eatbhquaqle. To-day a family may be
pVo peroa and happy, to-morrow scat-
with tfieVeIm f detructlon. Whether
it is better t dweh in sight of the' smoke
Yt Vesuvius and .Ena or the snow capped
peaks of the Rocky Mountains is a ques
tion that now admits of argument on both

There is danger that the trial of Frank
Jamies al Gatlatin,. Mo., which is now on,
will hurt the sale of dime novels and
"yaller kivered" literature for the time
be'bg. The bewhiskered and bepistoIled
witnesses stalk the streets of the little
country town with the importance of Fra
Dhtvolo In the operatic legend, and the
snall boy reads of them in our daily re-
ports with awe and admiration. Sensa
tional letters from the pals of the James
bo's, breathing out threalenings and
slaughter, add to the interest of the occa-
sion. Western brigandage, with its train
rotbers, cowboys and vigilantes has utterly
ent pAed thbe red rovers of the sea, and the
wi d tales of the Comanches are outdone
In the county court-rooms of Missouri and
A4 nsas. Indeed, the small boy is all
torn ip in his mind now: it is impossible
for tm to decide whether he will be a
cow oy, a train robber, or a politician.
Tl royal drunk of Senhor Lamaix, the
Bra*ilian Charge d' Affaires at Washing.
ton, is worth a passing notice. In South.
ern, vernacular he had "a heap of
trouble" with the policemen of Major
Dyd's department, and had an excellent
oppOrLunity to see the inside workings of
StationNo. 7, and observe the working of
Jddke Snell's court That he did not get
aft4eridein the prison van was due to
tWe dt that he wasa diplomat, a breed of
olffdil rats which is held in high venera-
tiol in the Federal city. It is said that
Senator Lamaix makes no complaint as to
&t4ly in which the police treated him.
bitAle wants to make a statement to the
D.4rtment of State, merely to show that
Me trouble arose from his inability to
anki himself understood. In other words,
'"e. s drunk only in the Spanish tongue.
%Eas been around Washington long
emogh to know that a good diplomat can
gt Ittoxicated in four different languages.
is leads e to remark that-getting
ife is-not c6nflned to the
in Was At a


*a04b"" t.fieVOW rpt<
latio f of ai t adied, thef -
cannot t) with eah other
while affairs ] pt ia4 th ar' TlB
In Asia, toowtlb *ve a c t uty yg3!
of intereste. n o= at I hl phtII I atL
caltv, it wotMo san m LSh I1gm gbags pt'
as well say,10aianoce: "You go ahead;. -W 1
take care o yo7r interests in A 'lgir T',Y
Madageasca ad Tonquin, and give s '..
show at the *ew Suez canal; then If yotlr it.
bir Dutch neighbor and his allies a bette .
to hurt you,they will find themselveasud& -ea
denly impia ng on my double ft. -
Speaking .of the French Republic, it l ,
seems that A4 Grevy and his fnends are
holding the Im with a steady hand. By
the three smill wars they have managed
to bring abo. in defense of French honor
and French Interests they seem to have Thiss
housed tbo-patriotism and acquired the eOafA
dbnldence oftthe masses. 'This is shown stands
in the result 9f the recent elections, which both I
have increased the Republican majority in iut.IJ
the Corps Legislatif very materially. An- pletur
other evidence is that the country Is quiet, moon
and, apparently, contented. The factions tiga .
are all quiet. Giri
tlha i

The complete and total collapse and
'"kerflummux" of the telegraphers' strike
has covered the Brothernood with con-
tempt as with a garment. The institution
known as the'Knights of Labor. too, has
managed to get a black eya in the melee.
The lightning manipulators now say they
will form a new society, independent of
the Knights or the Brotherhood. Just
how they are going to do this after
taking the "iron clad" oath is not
apparent now. By the way, the
feeling in favor of postal telegraphy is'
growing stronger, and it is announced that
Senator Edmunds will champion the
cause in the Senate of the United States.
It is quite probable, moreover. that Presi-
dent Arthur will recommend it in his an.
nual message to Congress next December.
Judging from the Republican papers, the
Democratic party of Ohio is in a bad fix-
an exceedingly bad fix-all torn up, as it
were. But then, the reader must reflect
that partizans are not noted for telling the
exact truth about each other. The read-
ing b3tweew tb lines of the vigorous edi-
-dai. wJfs York Timng& and New
orr~ft Sa, tLhat Judge F frktes
party inr tis n a bad way. Tne Dem.
ocratic party, when it is most belligerent
in its factional fights, generally rolls up
phenomenal majorities. Let us wait and
see if it don't come out so in this instance,

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Sand Charlesto
recent wide
stock., Memi
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as n, g not to at6.5;47., andv
a of Austria. As cash tras pa
-e death of the Count me Charleston.
wspwia latblaafits of the villages the Memplhs
Idor thronged to the urlch be su
dd .1 Te~le oj the Richmond
t- 'thie fia y of dead WHAT 4

As te Count was dying his counfessor, By Telegraph t
Srig hands, exclaimed. "Ascend to Onota, Un
._ven, 4 en of Saint Louis I" The Count bie excitement
.U tta legacy to the Pope. His Holt- port whicb h
ees has' legraphed to the family df the Times Ist ev
.- i.isBed hil condolence with them id their boys had star'
reavement. kidnap Presi
,3uZLXV TH"E GERMAN P ASS. has detailed
N flP look the matt
=- By Telefps.vb To tbe TfiM-UNDio..1" summon a strt
zlxtLw, August 25.-M. Ate-ne, a nappeOs if the
Memberof the Alsace protest arit n the CONDEK
tcillhawg, recently forbidden to 18lish a ODS
j newspaper in Meti by Marsbal Don.euf
m fAt, Governor of the Conquered province, The English
Pw- .. and who wrote to the Governor press- yeerday.
j' Jagahapethat he would beaven will A fire in M
Smproeeuted for high treason, ea or- destroyed $66
ader tl'hef" has already been sued. surance, $47,0
-.The -apperance ofM." Aterne'h Two trains
is 'jws upper. which was to have vUile road cami
I .1"ben caled the Aletz," was fortjden-by teur bridge yet
S the Gornor-General on theagB hat conductor Jon
elt .And badly injured.

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o'tbe Ti ir-U N toN.1
. Angust 25.-It is annou
Richmond and Danto
ured control of the emw
on road. This explains
fluctuations in the lat
phis and .Charleston It
mond and Danville is
very quiet. It i sta
id fur the Memphis an
A number of the Directors o
and Charleston have resigned,
cceeded by representatives of
I and Danville syndicate.
to the TiMzs-UNzon.1l
ah, August 25 -Considera-
t exists In this city over a re-
ippeared In the Wood River '
ening, that a party of cow-
ted for Yellowstone Park to
dent Arthur SherifFa
two trustworthy deputies
er up. with instructions
ong posse and arrest the k
fucts are as stated.

h Parliament was proro

Miffienton, Pa., yeste
i,00 wort of property;
00. o BB
on the Lo isville and Ne
i into collietoi at Chef
ilerday, and were dirct
nea and two rakemen

avy, and to balamee him at.
hotels invited Sir Chares Beree-
hero of the bombardment of
Everything went well and
il after the ladies retired from
and the cigars and light wines
ut in for the gentlemen. The
n soon drifted to the Chinese
en a debate was started by
Bereaford upon The merits of
and French navies. The hero
grew warm with wine, and
became very offensive in his
efforts of the Prince of
others to cheek him into deco-
a, served but to make him pugna-
it. He fell to ridiculing the en-
s French fleet, and wound up with
'statement that he could take the Con-
', the little gunboat with which he
ed around Fort Meks during the bom-
dment ot Alexandria, and chase the
ole French fleet in Chinese waters away
m the Annam coast. M. Waddington
psidered Lord Beresford's conduct so ex-
-ulting that he arose from the
t"nded his carriage and actually
nse. The hostess followed him,
Bst'earnest solicitation finally
him to refrain from going to a
to re enter her house. In the
te British officers present comn
ford to leave the the place, and
noble lord's resistance to this
at his ejeciment practically
being kicked out.
iof the Count de Chambord
for a union of the Legitimists
isis in France. The doughty
a. white persistently insisting
to the tl rone ot France. never
fll c bent to any violent measures,
e listen to any overtures of the

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days Two More Cases and One Death at Warring-
in ton Navy Yard-Dr. Murray Adhere
six to His Opinion- Pleacing for
each More Help, Etc., Etc.
hours By telegraph Lo THE Timrnt-UNION.i
would PENsACOLA, August 25 -The later re-
nyaV ports state that Mrs. Owen and Paynialer
nearly Brown are sick with the prevailing ever
at the Navy Yard. Theodore Itu't. auar-
Ip re- termaster, is dead. The people of the na-
or dis. val reservation being surrounded by cor-
iP- don, and having heard nothing from heir
....... %s appeal to the Secretary of the Navy, ave
......- 1 issued an appeal for help to the pubil .
B......Io WASHINGTON. August 25.-The ur-
wenty- geon-General of the Mar'ne Hospital :Ser-
to nMe vice so-day received the following tele am
annum. from Pensacola: "The inspection e
d have: satisfactory; r.nly a few houses we and
......... uncl-an, and those received imm at-
........... .4 tension. No sickness of a serious ure
S in the city. Dr.'Murrav has ed
the correctness of his poet mo he
eighteen. doctors here are much excited a
S~ Ile mucd elated..-T'he Is
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anti-German in tone. It is believed the D RAQOIM'Q REVIEW Orleans par
prosecution of M. Anterne will shliw that IlAUlj I l ilE natural ene
the recent article in the North German have nothing
Gazette, attacking France. is based on MARYOFT HEWEEKSNEW8 izens of Fr
serious grounds. It is generally thought ARF TW NW parties, it
here that the Count de F'hambord' dtath AND COMMENT THEREON., "Aw
will bve no influence on French politics -- and go in fo
at prese inuence oFrench pol w Fever-Florida at Louisville-Min- rally under
atesota's Cyclone-The James Trial- quite willing
THE JAMES TRIAL. Royal Drunks-Death of de overturning
-- Chambora-Strike. Etc. probable th
Mrs. Bile's Testimony Goes rnqueptioned out of the
to the Jury and Liddet's Objected To. notwithstanding the excitement in our propositions
BS Telegrapnto the TiME-UlNioN.i Tmunity and West Florida over the Monarchy b
O.ALLATrN. Mo.. August 25 -At the af- bi ting out of the yellow fever at War-
Since the
ternon session yesterday in the Frank i ton Navy Yard, the general health of ihe German
Jam-s trial H. F. Eastman and James t State was never better than at present. comments o
Moffat testified to know ing James under A this writing it appears that Pensacola Gazette, uni
the name of Woodson. Mrs. Sarah Hite isanusually healthy for the summer sea gas at Berli
was called and her testimony received with sabt and it is even denied that the two the dclara
breathless attenLinn. She said: '-When I he
married George Hite in Keniuchy, he had salore who were found Ill in a small house menace tl
seven children, four of whom were boys o Palafox wharf were afflicted with any- ing Gei
named Clarence, John. George and Wood. tbbg more than a dangerous type of mala. accusedtq
In March, 1881. defendant came to our t fever. The deaths at Warrington and spoiling
house with Dick Liddel and Jesse James, iey l i lowed fro
all armed. ( ey came back the next oley. the lattT-a village on the United attacks of t
month, i tb as though frightened and St Reservation, are, therefore, the only had theeffe
watched at"I windows with guns in their olK about which there is any certainty. censure of ti
occasion to
hands. I dlinot see Frank James on the I iabet locality the disease will have to temporaryo
27th of April. Mr. While's first wife was emporani
Fiank James' aunt. ewits run. It is being vigorously and corsea
The defense declined to cross-examine IttNlly dealt with, and hopes are enter- nicfiance
the witness After further Lestimony of that it will not "spread from there. oa this




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'IRI T L)tDA ETI -UITNniO bery and ier. This greatly im- Minister wasn't very prime and the palace DRUG.S... .. WINES.LIQUORSANDCIGARS...
proves the hfular interest with which needed venlilation-but it didn't.' On the ...-.... -.r-l-. .
SRLES tor. he is regarded, pecially in the West, contrary, the elephant, which"had been E V R TTTTl i P 5AN
'he is regarded, especially in the West, stood on his head by the recoil, picked jEO E H E 1U Jii2 + r'iII.4
SatARxuM & Co., PnOPmIETOB. and insures another season of crowded itself up in a fury and started in on the Te Loi* -rs
St orne y nr t. houses. The Langtry cannot do down grade ahead of its ticket. It upset IS OFFERING
Corner Bay and Laurs tree houses. The Lan canot do thr e grand- stand the first rush, slung the 'M
ce ond oor, ,st door to his; she all he trump grand chamberlain and past grand arvr P E DALMATAN NSET POWDER
an Depoa tmen, thi cards at once, even a cablegram otf missionaries into the next street. It then D IXU I PWE
\; Iand Mailing uren, i to the Prince of Wales having been jumped into the brass band with all fourA
side. wasedatarimtmhneostflk feet, and if it hadn't got the big drum over Whlsl an Real akoyilFa u
wasted at a timewhen most folks its head so that i, couldn't see, would prob- LO, W ER PRICES ay6.-la
i'. .' third oor, north side. failed to see anything naughty about ably have cleaned out the entire congrega- a
'IILY TIM-ouNION Is published it. She has only one recourse to take a tion. The King was not found until the THAN EVER BEFORE,AND W NDOW SHADES,
% Tim& t next morning, and then, as he.ilid down FURNITURE, CARPETS AND WINDOW SHADES,
.9 ,lugexcepSonday. ltprints lesson from her brother professional, out uf banana tr, he was udertood Haing recently made very advantageous .........
lrssdespatches, reevs"npo fabnla re eWsuitrto oprhsso ieatcei e okfo
-, t:. quarters on important topics, of Missouri, and kill Freddie Gebhart. remark that there was only one thing necd- purchases of th article in New York from a
~i~o88 eceivesis~e~ lsson ~ her broher ~ ot of Ibananatree, b was unerstoo toHvndeentlyr whoads clos advngota. os FI .NTIE
*" : espondents In the leading news to reder his new artillery sstem large dealer who was closing out.
h,'":be country. It Is delivered by It is the only scheme that will work ed to re success-hat ew artillery system an
,0 the ci.iy and suburbs, or mailed, entire success--that was to et the enemy_
'r at S per month,.SAs for three successfully, and it will insure her to adopt it. C AR \
.5 for ei,, months, and*1O per year. instant and tremendous popularity BEWARE OF WORTHLESS IMITATIONS!
A 0 LtEI KLY TIMES (tile throughout the'American Union. The Southern Dude.
i(From the Boston Traveller.) OUR PRICE IS AS LOW AS CA R P E S
ouAiTn paper, blished evyhe
all p "ns every QUAThere is nothing "in heaven above or in ANDTh
.',ntalntg all thie news of the EQUALITY BEFORE THE LA V. nDINA,
te a ner and a reatvaret te earth beneath" like the southern dude. HONEST GOODS CAN BE SOLD. folW
..eb g reading. Including arma ..a^- t old nand HIBe oTccupies a uich in humanity all by r SAN
hold matters and full Market and It would see that Old e, elf, and ihe would not deign to look STATi
or reports. Malled postage free, for much to the distof certain staunch himselfnanid le would not deign.to loOK Wall Paper Samples mailed on ap- CITY.
.,ea o ed's fr r moth. e- o su dowun upon his other brother. Tbe FLAVORING EXTRACTS plication. STAt
Irr wC address. onservativesa s recently been fol- Southern dude is a study. I saw one at the CORRESPONDENCE solicited. offerir
k -- .... -. National Hotel the other evening, and he THE hn Ti rn0 PrFramen ESTa
kUwIgzPTIONS in all cae ID advance, lowing the exa, e of Young Amenr- made me feel very -tired. He was a tall, Th
ho ,pr onlnuOd after the expiration LINE + Roebuck'sTHE TTe Fra
fo -i-e paid for. ca in admitLLng men, ."irrespective of dark complexioned, tender young thin-,, 1 FOR MOSQUITO NETS. Po
SFOR ADVT I N.-Ordinary race or olor," toa degree of equality ot whose cheek probably twenty summers Cot0on and Mexican Grass Hammocks, w
WoLI ,-.-r square of ten lines one i'd In d tlei O iy s head he wore
twO A inrtions ae i cvlor, ha a e ql thel y On his bead he wore o 6 .7,aIMFOF GAUZE NOSLUITO A ETS, Vile i
^n- I.,tiartlos in civil rights. a low crowndIraw hat with an immense Covaplete--Cord, 'Itassels, Pulley and Wh1
*O n P ao ix sAertions. With the exception of the Suez brim, and one eyelass wa luedin osi- GUARANTEED PURITY !! Co*lt- BOBINET AND LACE NETS,
Noto.s.0 per Canal question, nothing has excited tion while its owner stood in nle fPont Complete, $4.q0 to $9.
l.ard iu n.L0~..ier ~ bte atdfeigi ngadetac f wrsi i .2sxypg Illustrated Cata- R1.
m, WI C.ana qulesto noUerthin gtac t he hotel and ,tve the girls Our own manufacture, specially adapted f or 12 sixty-pagel dC .
at tro ratg ad bylaw. iteaulug more bitter party feeling Th England The wr in logae jusn hwr6 11" Illustra
'Ib iO.a L e g a ,\c e rltu e a'In" ". . . l -' lo g a e in st o u t, s h o w in g ll 'l Il l us tra -
tow .ore b4t L party aeh ynln a treat." Tqewods toation aehis e us e tls
bt7 nus new cnty aline
itnio.., ioa ,slnn a ve of late than what is called the Ilbert own, and when I heard them I felt like SODA WATER SYRT1S. t Send es postagestamp.
to Inserted .. n thn' "11 cent, bill for India, which extends the juris- kicking him into the "erstwhile." He wore beSent by Ex-
Be black broadcloth suit, -and although the All other articles in our stock can be de- 'press. GS
" Itg imot diction of native judges, of a desig)1, a up n te "Dnte & sT
Impor- tdo o ve s es thermometer was up/in the nineties," his pended upon as the very best of their kind, 0 03rEJ-A..'EJIiJA..JSFD& SaOJ-t, TT i
1uF t ted rank, ve uropeans, these latte nds were covered with tightfitting black and absolutely pure. os. 62, 64, 66 and 68 W.t Bay Street.
.. ae necssary postage, having bee titherto, no matter kid gloves. His coat was cut in the Pnnce CORNER BAY AND OCEAN STS., Hure
,.d ...f.-ses, y by iat e Albert style, witit the lower utton only JACKSONVILLE, FLA. B
N. 118 oad be made by - what ei I i enses, only by dd th al Ba se ex- JAKSNVL .A
:, or,,.a I~egl~tered I.A.tte.- fatnd and t ....... lo a-;" ... 511 Madison Avenue, N. Y. Jy V S AVA
6.' T- "* Ji men of thn. panse of sirt-ront uprestleti a-
A.iaconIEvllNi. I ithe Turkish three tirfy4 .,onds. 11 dn NEW
S:.;.-,, .ik- -, .:Flria. "t the T at tneie diamonds on anr HeITY -OTELS. -- .. ... ----
Is.: conse.ed 'vi"h the overa l rated that portion times a minute, for an hour, to certain -" ---OTE---- "' ---(\\ T
., l 'p.which aean be aesed In of its subIo whae styled Rayahs, Knowledge. His boots were squa-toed, AK' HOT I I X DA
.dyr. ndao. ght, and whatI-ar.b ure was uniformly -with heels certainly three inches high. In
his hand he carried a small gold-headed
'"U'' 6-8 the ony du.... .m,. dealt out to th, e t deserving among cane which occasionally he sucked with a (Opposite Post Office)
'. Forda, reaes,. the ChApi&iA- Us dominions, and listless air. Finally he dodged into a drug- JAOKSONVILILE, FLORIDA.
d .. l ow slow h e progress, not- gist's and started a wild, lurid debauch 0 -
____ -- witbstaadin dj with a glass of plain soda.
I 'e city for the accordingt citizens equality Geograplthial Names. RIVER STEA BOATS. I WILL CONTINUE TO CL0ZE OUT MY STOCK
r .UA'IO' before the laW 4U unlike this pol- (From the Atlantic Monthly.) i AT. NO. 2S OCEAI,
.iar 0, icy of the fP '-ird the Rayahs, I desire to correct a statement which is
has e .. made in a recent number of the Club-in Take Street Cars at Railroad Depots. REGARDLESS O' COST. TH
: ha been th<, ursued by the the June number, I think. It is there said
:: :* .~" '."*' British wover with- regard to that the name Saint Petersburg is a misno- RATE, 82.50 TO $3.00. STOCK MUST BE SOLD.
.: : native Hi l..Ilbert bill is mer, and that the capital city is named LMWOOD HOUSE, C --<-- CHA
:. ... .' n ." Petersburg after Peter the Great, and not jO W I TNAC'
:". .o...'..e.. .p :... ue ste i portant one to- St. Petersburg, after the celestial gate- CORNER HOGAN AND FORSYTH STS., IU wii A
:. complex ition of the le- keeper. JACKSONVILLE, FLoRIDA.C"To
.Ihave, as I write, official documents, Term, $2.00 to $2.50 per day, according to room.P ie Soo CA
gal and civil r ts ote Hidoos business cards, and letters stamped with P Cge P cl Soo I
"..-. :.*:":: : as, British subject a, Notwithstanding the postmark of that city. In every in- Liberal discount by the weeek.. O- -R
t'a : .":'* obvious just e, it has encountered stance the name is St. Petersburg. d GEORGE A. HUNDREDS AE TAKING
~ 0 Meat o- iio frmte En- ig a residence extending over some years de3t rpitrHNRD R AIGCITY
-. : :. '' '::'' :'est -)siion fromthe En- i never heard it or saw it otherwise. The TT.d JOHNS HOTEL, TDVNTTD TRE TA ING -T
." .. ..., J- ". "." ... '' nd in Great Britain name Peterbourg is applied only to a S AUYATlAG ll THnSBAU AINS CITI
..~. .. : : ::. ";. -" "' -." .:: '. ..timnt, were profuse in suburb of the Russian capital situate to JACKSONVILLE, FLA. IN
n *'*.gthe qu*up in "the northeast of the great fortress. Mrs. S. E. HUDNALL, Proprietress.
S ". ... ".- :" ... .' .. ng the question up n Your article on the misspelling of geo-
.. ,. '.-. *.;. '. '.," ...- .: :. their zeal yielded to graphical names is very timely however. Convenient to all business points in the 1R[tKlE1{, GLAij 'Af, +ImA, SAV
S' '.' '..Bderations, and no maln The French have misled us more than once city. Open throughout the year. a 1t
... house has raised in the matter of Russian names. They Bates $2 per day. aug -tf FANCY ARTICLES
continually inject a w into Russian or Po- aweN
t .. : .' the bill. TheLiberal lish proper names, whether geographical or OTHER HOTELS.. AND
". "" .' .". ." *: *" "'''"" "!.'+ e stood firm in sustain- personal, and we blindly follow their lead. OU ,HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
and English Liberals neither in the Russian nor French alpha- AR IIIT UN GBDfeS
.'.' up a counteragitation bet. Thus Wars'w should be Varshoff,
"~' '." .* *....-. ,'.. rtt. and Moscow should be Moskoff. We dis- ,
S.. education, great card the French spelling in Gortschakoff, GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, N 0
to education, great which they spell Gortschakow. Another
.' : ": ': "' i done for the Hindoos, blunder is in the word czar, which is now
-. ... ue : .ar. er past, bythe Brit- almost obsolete in Russia, and which we
... "... ...t :. ... -of India; andit is the toperversely continue, not onlyto use, but Isnowopen. For further information and a I
,, .. .. *:*, Iout of India; and it is to misspell. It should be tsar. circular, address. A 0 !
+ =.. o : + loun' of all the candid A
S- ". at least since the days A Chicago Lawyer'9s Love Story. jy 26-tf J. C. RYDER, Proprietor.
S. ulay, the schools estab- (From the Chicago Tribune, Aug. 10.) rHE CITRA HOUSE, -- >-
en o a ig or, Professor Swing, in an address at the Th POsAr Rai (Oag L 13 iAiTLrIA T
.. : '-en ofa high order, and Acton (Ind.) assemblage last week, ap- LOCATED AT CITRA,
bers of the native pop- proved of judicious novel reading, and On thePeninsular Railroad (Orange Lake ) A R G A I S F O R A. Q
S" received an excellent ed told this story: "I heard of a Chicago Station) in the very heart of the great orange-
eevda xeln d ayroc hs iera w oesproducing region of Florida. Delightfully loca- --IN--
tha meree an y oitearor f ra tw th ed near the depot and central to Orange L B n O
also, to him when he was sick, aud he said to Lake, where the boating, fishing and hunt- '
I +" ] '" + "home are provided onuealthe tDaYmanyO DSf-Clawyerlnce wBOOeSifeIreadSwoO ESveT
"" the government have been her: 'I have been entirely too much lng are unexcelled. An exceedingly pleasant
aiin law, and have forgotten te reort, home are provided on the
pen to qualified Hindoos, al- wpped up ,l-appointed
heir official salaries have almost everything else. When I get well most reasonable terms. Open from Octobert--" "- .'- "T1 T Sl C SR
he'ofiia alreshveIshall lay aside my statutes and write a 1st to July lst. MS S
L ,d et n those re-novel.' And so he did. Theirsthapter .F. TAx. P 'KRiL
die me.told about -a nice young mantAnd a prtt
S .. .. tee. -young woman. The second told how they DECIDED REDUCTION. PROVISION S, &C. T
-. ". : + is any danger of another inet and fell in love. The third, a very pret- w al Sa"
': '. "- : ...----, :~'; i", in India-of which some ru- ty chapter, told how they took a walk
."broad-it will come not from together in the evening and how they got HARNETT HOUSE,
outside the town because the sun went SAVAAHGA. ENTIRE STOCK OF F. POWERS, T BROO -
Sof fanatical Mohammedans, down and they couldn't see the corpora- THE ENTIRE STOCK O F. POWERS, AT BR CI
S the discontent of intelligent tion line. It was a very romantic story, C
i ed Hindoos, men burdened but he spoiled it in the next chapter, for As now conducted, just as good as those
rHindoos, ate r the lovers were appropriately that c o be first-lass and charge twice E LSSt0 113 S OCLC. a-t C)-2:i.Ot -e
Social religious, convictions, under the shade of a spreading oak, the thatAND THE PEOPLE OF _o a
S: ted in the best schools, and young man said; "Adelaide, I can no as much. Connected by street cars with all AND THE PEOPLE OF
4d to have and to enjoy all longer control my feelings. I love you depots. Point this out to your neighborshbors. Suburbs and tbe Surrounding Country,
moa dly, distractedly, wildly., I cannot Don't pay $3 per day, or even $. when youCouny,
which a superior education live without you. Your image is in my can get the same kind of goods for $t.5 per
'awdsrctdy ~ i canno gent the sm kida ofgosfr even 1 p' w e r a k~ l e
!known to them. heart by night and by day, and without day. RE INVITED TO CALL AND
___ ; nown to u te.hayou my life is incomplete.' Noy that was _day.__JY_1- 1e __ INIEOL
spa oc-casi- ,on ally o the all very pretty, but-would you-believe it? FIRST-CLASS SUMMER BOARD. E ock an. "'ce .
-speak, occasionally of the _the lawyer commenced the maiden's an- E a n i 1 a -c .
.- great Northwest" and it is indeed swer to that burning declaration with: T OO RE
.s' a i becoming sectionalized and a country 'The other party responded substantially, HASSELTINE HOUSE, THE GOODS ARE
S .' or-saving e net of. the as follows, and that took away all the ro- (Opposite the Magnolia Hotel), uc I
S, ependent Of the great East's New mance."'C laSS,
."u ucessd i York and the great West's Chicago as Fresh and Strictly First-C lass,
S. briefs well. St. Paul and Minneapolis are There, whe the TimeCalne. l1v9 ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. And must be Sold at once. They will be disposed
: ,~. .... f -'i Ybecoming the chief trade centre of a (From the Brooklyn Ehgle.) e of at Prices
f edvanta- i One day last week three funerals arrived B of at Prices
Se vast area- of country rapidly Isettling at the gate at Greenwood Cemetery simul- EUROPEAN PLAN.
e t onsu lt u^ p and to most retail merchants of taneously. As the mourumoning carriages drew Bay St.,odoors West ofPost ft e l u N W C
r .! Minnesota nd northern Dakota St. ito scream and sob as hough their office, .Jacksonville, Florida. o At
"'. ,:J-t-1-rts' h Paul is whatN ew York is to hearts would break. Shrieks rent the air, Street Cars from all Depots and Steamers j]jL. kJv- ---J-L-- -1- 5 a
./ i. -'-an loida dealers while Chicago, and exclamations of grief echoed from un- stop at the door. a tig' (O is
Fr annu' al tonn age New York. London and Calcut- der the great stone arch of the gateway. Rooms, 50 cents per day, and upwards. aug22we!stlunlufh~uc b
.. ^/^alu... cmmoites aorc ioo a- "Are you going to be outdone by those Rooms for two, 75 cents per day and .p- aug 22.wed,sat,snn,tu,th,sutt
of commodities t are alike to them the cities two widows?" indignantly demanded a wards, according to size and location. BUSINES 0ARDS u,
r. dd to it, colossal as it is I of lands afar off, fashionable resorts, friend of the third, who hadpreserved a
tase ncras ofocan reght ... ared and marvelous silence. A FIR ST-CLASS-RESTAURANTeua el BUSINESS CARDS."
S mae increase of ocean freights were e des go. Recently, in "Think I'm going to bawl myself hoarse Atta'hed, where Reguar Meals are Sered. LA cOUNS Pm AID
spt dwfrom those ports, which w it wide wastes of alkali desert and have nothing left for the grave?" was Breakfast,.0c. Dinner, l5e. Supper, 3c. AE AWN CA AE I
reolt not only from present causes, called "Bad lands," the Northern Pa- the angry rejoinder. "Let them have it In the Order Department all the Delicacies FWO US ER AL
but from the reduced risk, quicker cific Rahloadlhas lbenrt completed, an now anyand etheyaro mete p s F. Bere LAtLo B.H. PALMER, GRAIN, HAY, FLOUR, GRITS, MEAL u
]idon e out thead y-can'tb whiser, I'lheyale sou mooaeraug 3 to may 1 ".BTTLN!Proprieto. AECTY LRD. BACON and FERTILIZERS,
8rl|.and improved facilities pre- t warm valleys of Monta, alti.ke,1 donein a fashion that'll make 'em think they LA KE CITY, FLORIv A. 4
the nae. route through the with inlliont of <-attle, have bIeen never heard a funeral before." s A bn trusts will reevlpop at- 48 a
c a n a t p la c e d in d iru -t c o n n e ,ctio n w i th S t. A n d rec o g n izin g th e d eep sag ac ity o f th e J A C K S jlVV IL7Ete n ti-n- F LO2 7D A ,
Wes, u r 6 .o wha Paul < whilelo levlhede berave thefiendsmie SAVE 40U PERJI CEJ2L- ^p. C. COOPER, J^crOvLLE - FLORIDA.
^^nA e _jar bew whtat whil Minneapolis can shipher encouragement and was rewarded by see- f_. L O J COOR oNES b VERyIIL,
less ..'t, lmanufacturesby rail direct to Pug'se ing the other two mourners knocked out BY USING OUR -- LAW, a
'" -i ... "nf"rmed capital-. Tu ar be .:,, in the first round when all three arrived -:, - T T J E S JACKSONVILLE, FLA, F
IIif r e aia iki t e ea|I -.' ,"a the grave side. -. ...
...... ris .... w~e>lal uatr. i---;.,:;- : Office, No. 12% West Bay Street, Reed's Block. Afullstockof
"d I'* d J .... especiallyl Wl-qua"i ,- .........__ Tons of Matehes from Sweden. ''.liI.,:" mar 0tf_- WALL PAPER, BORDERS, ETC. 1
;/ ;: '* ' ^the cost, for. in addit- - -boy is becoming a too pii- (From the New York Sun.) ,\,l, LE1aINt & DANIEL, PAPERHANQINO'A-- SIGNPAINTING...
-- .sauvu Jacoso able and '^-fi^~ Pcuoti niac. I t my "h boiino the inera reeu jF ATB S- PAPE ^ HADNGIGAND SIG PANIG
": " eo~ee a M H 'a .. yi tx matchess" awoeledealer says, AND ~l~lll, +ATRES-TLW
r ..., hiseer astir.uis d ,lf a hcnotein opbe h as encouraged the American agents o '!i "-- rCOMMISSION MERCHANT
" i* himself a distinguished iweaith not want cow-boy- Swdish factories to import Swedish -o an n -N
.;* ." C a close perso at.m c abolish th. miti^h,_in Ir.e ,ljUa i," i,-ry ,,n -- -.-. i n o .. .. and -asecondflor i el-sIs And

.+. '."" onstrc te S 6 abd it~t t~he bree.. in the sh -' rrmI 'r..- ~i ,t, Li, i n- :., ,cre a n ar tres OWRIGAET
~ T Tr' -viii~S15~-i4t i-.~Consignlments solicited.
.+ .. ich, as a gen era ir " fa a w . o t h t ine u na lnted last liii' -i,!:I-l-ihe .eside ar,,t Ihe .'l'S--- ,,tllml $. -. v A I Sefe dt M2 eal, H ay, stdro er' uples.
ners .'-. ... .a t, "n nn7 ill hii. a 'K' ,..-n-_uirn~t. The duty FLORIDA STON{E AND PIPE COMPAHV, CIVI AN RALR A ENGINEER.st fpe b11t tfR72 W es Bay street
: -- '+ .d+ t....; -, #t" -- ^^^ i fff!")R nY^=lll---.'

... "* / n crese l ". p n o u v i, i ; i f per m n < iid iht ntoin[l- are sold ,
r -. i Floridians is, "Where w. fu'eh; andI dangerous just as here for l:ut ir .i...- i,,0 of the price e 2tonovl a Tus n rida. INSURANCE AGENT,
S act line the canal." n er daned fools a r.-dan of our home-ma'le matches They are Volusia ounty, Florida.
S. / .act. line of the canal" m"er qal art Cang' put up in tight i,,:. n,.-,le of a white W. B. CLAwKSON.. D B. W. H. BADCOCOK. D
;. ;6, until the exact line is estab- ous. wood. Three kinds are sold here-the U & AGENT, Sr Rpentg
itod Thee.id S. Deputy Surveyor for District of Florida.
id and the plats of it filed at the A FORM or-blight thalt, f) want of a safety math, the sulphur match and the CLARKSON & BABCOCK, mar 2-3m A phoenix FiRepreInsurante o
17 fl m n liht Th"mrc n m th mR. N. ELLIS, C. E ., A. E. McCLURE, Clo mme rcani o Fire Ins .n e 1 f oHartford.o on o
Ae : Land Office, the company will better name, is called "the yellows," flaming light er tupt. water Works. Architect. Commercial Union Fire Ins. Co. of London
Inopolv is endeavoring to haeadt-E A S A 11 64t2 West Bay street. Jacksonville, Fla.,
has fallen upon the peach trees of .the levied on the boxes in which the matches ELLIS & R aug Bs
pose them to bogus surveys of snide Hudson River Vallev, hriveling the come. It this endeavor s tld succeed it 7 WEST BAY STREET, ARCHITECTS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS, EW YOK LIE INS. CO.
companies hurriedly formed to secure ripenig fruit and destoying the would put a stopto the importation." Jcksnville, Florla l ,
conpictin franhise and dsryn thJakovle.. Flr PLANS, MPCIIATEOS AN SI
FORBILDINSOFALLKID. sst $50,800,000.00
conflicting franchises and other like growers' expeetaiou of a profitable The Wondrous AlgerAase Twi5iht. 8 FOR BIIIOO AII K0IDS. sses00,000.00
go r'sWoodr Algerian Twilight. Surpl 10,000,000.00
obstacles. General Stone has disclosed crop. We-are threatened with a (Alphonse Daudet in the Nouvelle Revue.) FORMED A CO-PARTNR- Water Supply, Drainage, Sewerage, Bridges.0 WRIGHT, Gen' Fla. Ag't.
that it will not run south of St. Angus- "blight" of a similar name down this FREThe blu fre of dithe Provenal sky seemed A.A0N. WRIGHT, GeA'l Fla. Agt.e.
darBay street. -Office City Water Works, . apr10 lyr Jacksonville. Fla.
tineblgrt, and mitca copard withe those ship fo H eproeodonageel l P.0Bx78,RmNo1Pletolck Room 3, Baldwin Block
e, on the Ocean nor southot Cedar ay, b t x pe to succumb h borizons-that African sky- tate business we offer to persons contem- b Jacksonville. Fla.
Key, on the Gulf; that it will pass to it if there is any virtue in a strict whose palette tints are so violent and Estate usess, we offer to persons contei- febi22 sovi.a
ory near Jacksonville we think there quarantine varied, whose dawns are tso incredibly plating the purchase of property in Florida, DR'ON LINJ-a-- c k n lPIT T
is reason fackonfilce. green-a mineral green--a poison green. For the last thirty-seven years a Practistng H. F11-1
The King of Dahomey's Cannotn. And the brief evening twilight of Algeria, a great variety of choice Lands, Orange ntis in Norfolk. Va., having Fettled per-
IT is fe r- h t hiaentisy in Joribk s ..hvi nge res etfully ofers
IT is fearethat the Government in (From th e i an i.. i Post.) shifting, gorgeous colors, ,iil. nacreous Groves, Houses, Lots, Truck-Farms, and the manently in Jacksonal ervillces to the public. He STRAWBERRY
ot per Tbe Kinr of Dhmv receive an in- w rpleand amethyst and the mcan refer to an ost of the prominent citizens of
The ion r^e oy thee r an Spctac le aike. Circulars giving particulars mailed on Norfolk and o u VC .
A-- ctnb of Congrof Knpp annin nt long ago, and spectacle of rose-colored wells, out of Norfolk and Portsmouth, Va.
tct of Congress 'Will result disa mount which rose-colored caiitl- drink. while the application. For the convenienceof rens, Office over No.5 East Bay street. Shipp Agenc .
conceived theideas[ ofhavin.,them mut l-oeadee h )ad- h o-r"S ipn g ltY C
tothe tea business in many edon elephant's bak. lr u.einthe field well-rope and even the ..., he B we have begu a House Renting Agecy p r n nT CLOSED
With much difficulty Ibis pii--ct was car- ouin, drinking from the iital,,it,'- bucket we have begun a H R nC
yq American have for so review drip with rose-colored -ip-. Water the and offer quite a number of Housesfor tent, bpO n alp Ulllll. O E
thB idtkhtomed themselves to adul- he King ordered lu.ti one of tie guns be lapse of twenty years I bull tin, within deslg U TIL NOiEMBE R
t of gypsum, soapstone and fired immediately in front of the royal me the old regret, the ,:,h ,i r ilgia for variously located. Non-residentsde
blue in their cups of tea that position, drI taking 'li pricaution to that vanished light, their property advantageously man ed, Present Address:
r arti le will probably prove he a couple f ,,u 0and tpri-oners about hould communicate with us. e s
hthe ere It was uailaulaitd the ball would WALTER GWYNN. NOBLE A. UL, should communicate with us. 1 _= hr.
bi, as to jdt of th, ffectiveness SloMhse N T__
Unpalatable, strie sht a FLORIDA GEaERL LraD AGENCY. GWYN & og al
oH rhe ot South Florida Lands and young Or nge .'0. T. CO N S Rn
THE rapid decay of Lillie Langtry When all wa- reay in f the biggest GWYNN & HULL, Groves can be bought from usdonun ally s
and Oscar Wilde as stage shows has elephant- wasbaeked around und sighted. Groves can be bought fromus onunus ally ILL RECEIVE ON CONSIGNMENT
and~~Js asa rd ^stg~hwb P the laryalrd waq j~rk.ed, however, W^ du / IT A ,"luring th seasolk choice
Just that other great fotlihtas the lanard wa jrkul, however, Dealers in All Kinds of Real favorahi, terms. anU 19 W. PITTMAN,
taughtthat other grat fo dmhtce- the animal turned bhilf round to reach for Estate. VRTIERS B ADDRESSING EO. ITo- 3 W s B y st- Georgia Peaches, Apples, Plums, rapes,
lebrity, 'M r. F rank r Jam es, w is-dom e n trs m l i g n ieS el t o A DVERTIsERS BY ADDRESSING EO. 3 4s E e -V t
celebrity, Mr. Feoa peanut or sonetiin. and i,.shedl to P. ROWELL & CO., 10 Spruce St., ew j CKSOONVILLE, FLA.
During the summer months when the off the Pinae Ministers hr-d and knocked O::'0XOE3 72 1-2 -W- :B-- York c'an learn the exact cost of any ro- n Pi tol I .RLifles and Cutler which -he offers to the trade at LOW PRICES
urig seasoea bole as big as a sewrr ibrugh the pal- aNG Descriptive Lists of in0 line of ASDIING n Fshng cnle
theatrical season is dull he put inhis e His tV wouldn't have cared so property, address P. OBo 732, Jacksonville, Newsp apers. I00l-page Pamphlet, 2c. o ge and Frishl nal Tac kle. orAY TB9 w
t'.ie by being tried for highway rob- much if the ilttl'er a1id ended there as the Florida. aug 25-tf ly ilm nov29v HELL LOADED TO RDER
p ; -' ''' *^


Smagnificent iron Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail from FERNAN-
,FLA., for NEW ORK Direct, touching at PORT ROYAL, S. C., (for Passengers only)
ows. after arrivaltuftrainsfrom JACKSONVILLE and CEDAR KEY. +
NTONIO, CaptAn Wilder...... Thursday' August 9
O OF TEXAS, Captain John Risk........... T .sd.Y, ugl 1
OF SAN ANTOBIO, Captain Wilder.... .... .. OT JhR ., U.. j"
EOF TEXASt, Captailn John Risk ......Ttursday, AgU+t ,i
and ONLY DIRECT LINE to NEW YORK. ........ ........ ..
rough Bills of Inding to Principal Points.
yThrough Tikets issued and State Rooms Secured tn Advance at All PrincAipa'
t In Florida. Baggage Checked Through. ..
-SPECIAL STEADtIER EXPRESS TRAIN leaves the Fernandin, a. Jaci&on-
Railroaiw Depot at 4:15"P. M. on Thursdays, landing Passengers on Steameral.
f at Fernandina. Dinne, served on board steamer at 6:00 P.M...... .,. .....
-For Tickets and State Rooms and further informationapply to -
W. I. YOUtNG, General I outhern Passenger Agent,
"7 Wt' I By -i' r-l.Jhri t aK 1un le.
W. -AlTrTHWIt'E[K. A':-i. Fiier tI.Finti. FI uil a feb ly

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to 60I )[:k /
A,,.. d;A. bT N A 1 2 ..11
3twL. 1NewiYo
A- An-

oea Steamlship Coll_,-
cean Seamshlp Cofmp l

Passage Rates Between Jacksonville and New York and Philadelphia
,or ,il New York. <',|,lr, t,2: -tesrai-, .l : Exuuition ,return trip, ..
.r fin.- PhladILpb.. ta,. I l s: Exeuo r,,n nri-turintrlp). 5t..
I E %tInuicen i stl-tnijsnJPi of t I1- i"ptiLy ,inr appolnl-d to ,.ala to1i.,lows::

ITTAHOOCF EAG Lr.E|. l Dit.. .n.... ............. ... ., .-urdtauy-. V i
- -, t I ~ ur d ," U+.U..... .:. .. ..- .... ..*, 'A
T AOOCHEECtp. WE-lt ..... .. .... .... -,i la, tgu s :' pm
LAOOCH EE tp. i.,r-,iloFh r ... ......... .......... ... ., 'I 1 . U '.' p0m
SOF AUGH .IT .\T.'Il ~U N *k...l .. ..urd.y A".....
I.TTAHOOCHEE,, .ptaill d eaLLt ......... .... 9 .Jsb ,a ,. UU- I', lii' pm
COOCHEE ( c1N [. e ptain at hr.. .....a..r.......... midaY,, A t -s 1 2. 1lie9 p1r
LAHASShE i'.*,t4ttn l_ ~'.......ted ntsl),,Lg+I;'i:J
" OF AUGI''-T.\. \-aNits 'In ,NcKerso............... SaNturdi .u.n i I* -i, a m
^^^T Vfd.1bss PiA- t "?,: 1
Y ~ ~ IT. S k .Captain Catharin e ..Satu rday A t ur U. I I -I p.o, a m
Y OF31 -_1 X t.'ar, ts i n-. L._Nckerson V*.atraA tI .7taM_
f OF -4 Lx-. NJNA,-, tti n Catharihe........ Saturday, August 18,5:80 Pm
Y OF NI ACt "N .CalII ti S. L. Nickerson Satuday, August25, 11:$0 aias.
: connecting with
offer to the Travelin Public and Shippers advantages enualled by no other line.
Through tickets andBi s of Lading issued to principal points North, East and North-
t via Savannah. For further particulars apply to .. .
IENRY YONGE, Jr. Agent G. M. SORREL, Agent,
Pier No. 35, North KRiver, ew York. City Exetange Buldinug..-va nnsha. Ga.
W. L. JAMES, Agent, 13S. Third Street, Philadelphia. .
Ior Rooms and Tickets apply to Agents of connecting lines
bl ly H. R. CHRISTIAN, Gen'l Soliciting Agent.


ADo T ransshipmeknt, .I
ates from Jacksonville to
Bostonor R'verse:.
ICK TIME. Cabin, $25 ei (Return Teket) 4A4

through and Excursion Tickets at Low Rateig
mmer Resorts, Sea-Shores and Mountains of New England, Canada and the
""''" ^j piiov i-iN E :

Ils cf llp t H e d g e T h u r s d a y A u g u s t 16 t ... ....;,... .. ... .. .. :.. i ...t
HIE m ag~nifice nt io s m ships of this com pany are- dpir -rf aC ve NTOX S56 --
f~Co'~u vryapt. H. AY. Wright, Thursd3 P.,y. an.1.' ai.............. .
vrannab, as follows:
ATE CITY, Capt.D. Hedge, Thursday August 16,it ....... .................. r,- ; -
ry OF COLUMUS Capt.S. E. Wright, Thursda v. An u i .h. at........ l: .
TY OF COLUMBUS Capt. S. E. Wright, Thursoay, -.tl.i.,-r i.. at .. .... ': a
ATY CITY Capt. D. Hedge, Thursday, Septemb.: 1 sii... ..........................'3P:.)p
TY OF CO'-UMBUS, Capt. S. E. Wright, l'hursd.' 1.'r.r,,I -or ", aI............... 9::'1) pI
Through Tickets and Bills of Lading issued to Nuw -L uanofd % i;a r aannob. by t o1l.
n lines.RICH-ARaLi~N & BARNARD, I .
ctlng lines. Agents, 78 Bay street, Savannah, Ga. *'-
F. W. NICKERSON & CO., Gen. Agents, Boston. *
For Rooms and information, app y to.
A. M. IVES, S. F. & W. R. R.. Agent, Jacksonville.
LEVE & ALDEN, Gen. T'-.ur!t A.eut. and
J. A. MERCIER, G. P. A,ni, -a llandl Route.'
. R. CHRISTIAN, Gen'l Soliciting Agent. feb l".ly


)eLand, V01ousia C0., Fla.,

DECEMBER 1, 1882.
rHETOWN OF DELAND is located five miles east of our landing on the St. Johns River
where all river steamboats pass; very near the geographical centre, port" t and qtih
f VolusiaCounty, and almost in the middle of the. ,,
This place is about twenty-five miles from the Atlantic Ocean, and is almost constantly
,vored with a ySEA BREEZE.
nd from its elevation above the river, its location aniong the pines, and its isolation from
.1 standing water, it is peculiarly adapted to the necessities of rnvalids. This belt of~land-,
about twenty miles long, and about five miles wide. Our lands are..
yany landinthe State. Inour vilt'..- 1b,1h i-,Lilyv 1-r.--r;01d. wehavea
sedalso forchurch services. A Ba.hi.'la'r,.'t. sI L,-,W built, MCjI 04I.1-1,.i, urtnl~Lbedand
aidfor.n A MethodistChurch is nearly fin ,- i. and r Ep. I,, a.o-Iar, at-ul wpregsrlnl
Build. The Presberians hold w ei. ". -r rki-.1 % in the rwoal-bou.r.ea
ave da1lym a ,a now haveoi.... -t.e t arget&. .ar, .... ....."rr i ..rile Ibe srge .
ndbesttckilnSouthKlorida al-tt,, tt -t.,t,. .ai nery c a id notion ore,a lur-

nlhet ...... the sd 10 degee.. g' a -v i, -,* ',. ^.iLeodT undtrat, t ewe~ lry Soo
caiture store, bakery aundm coter, if,.., t*n-- s e,\ .ri i a" ,hltlh d, t Jwelry Lore.
he Voltsia Cmunty Bank, a hardwl~ t p~I -,,,,i~ ,'-Lcmd--tour saw
nil wthin twopmiles, and a blacksmith and wagon-shop. .*rrangr-uentis aret, eingmade.
or a high school to be established the coming season ..... ""f,...
large 8-page weekly1 is published here, and it I.. a Liid.lppi~er for those deasring In-
oLrmatio l>-loutelOrida..W h av.ei rahBel i r" te. l '" r, lr In .i.- U i pratIon he tween l
urvi" e and o ur landing on the St. JohsRi- -.,, .. rt, r ir-oi or lauding.via
eLa.ndt h Atil.ntic ..Coast, Icarterewith gra I ,t, acr, plr mitle The Palatka

Atani ,oast, IS enl-, .. ... "._ rc .' "vr *"- "*' :^ -
andLndian River Rtailroad, whichis now being Iau-Lt wIll Ip.- tnr,,u.h 1l.,Land, ainl will
be completed, at least as far as DIeLand, by netI ,u.r an.,d .ardig-buies
fford good fore at reasonable prices. Passengers 'cii li ,in .-i Dnv e at LeLandl iandink
fonru gof a ... mail boat daily and acarr.'- wi.t I.- -,-nt ut,,)norIer no teiernone.
at other times. For the information ol inva.lid. w,- w io dtrim-rai go.-A ysiciang

Fl mother Itimes + .. .. ......... r 0 olton- S allerrM.pz f Fin ria,.e.l...i .'.d;e
resettled in oun midst, cultivating oranges as, lrn. I "". n IIng er le- .1 I
ad when required. Population, now in and near D'-I, i tylt. tl altra.th f.re.oY.-Bo-.al.
The climate is semi-tropical. Rang f thermo ilL-tr1r i .t-1low, vr- a-dow p. ),deairpte-l
highest, in the shade 10 degrees. --. Weater-fal ,. '. dy and pleaan.
occasional rain; summer sunshine and rain alt-nte. ,--dy. under wtl. cly
inmany places, coveredd with a growth of wild ui- tWat,-r-lnl w.rist.-nt' iW p loryi-ee.
deep, usuallysoft andgood. Surface--entlyr1tl,, -"in u eri og O-r-%eLow pine upbry toa
r- tn.id I- hliso Aerage product of ori.uu-tr--'-, iull hearing one ro.nd
("tr., .:.. ittr. &no-_r lt [u1r,- of course product ,ntvttt.- n--it-. A"r;"i. pr.. t frit-in
1t t, 1ir-.. I | t.ir". NtLImber of trees per, --nitIt t., ev-e Vn r el ..41m onh fo
pat.t, n ir. r,-' r ,--Jnuu,.r.andFebruary, nd una ,Ju y., Otbu.r p
, Tt ,, I. ... ~e. corn. pline1.BYlT 8ban, ,- WB, ,,.:. hes eVt- -
T r ..h, l' ,ar l. g ... -. -n r ,.uL s -Ve-10
.5., LAI, Ud'+ ,, ..l, ,, ... V ,... ,:,.s p ."' ; a,e['
nt ,, IL- "- lt .r-t I nn..1 b I-. .- 5 d. '%.-t. -'ndi-- d N.ortbV "
i~rahtl It I-Ag? isi.oh. -tt. ~'Irin-d. oth n othlio
Sorthaw""'t-l o t if- r protel tli Irolt frost so].L. the eatremeeo-d-t'-
N, i---.1 Ad noit I -,ju re o.u r irtiu1,- 11.- 0)r fruit.
li- an ottrlt ti-. li.ini- twactualumtttr- at from S13 0 V M46. 01.1
-lots and imlproved Property tor dale also. For luritia-r particulars call on (or ofi]68
J Y. P1',,IE. eLand, ,oluea Count


Florida: For rou I1lt Invalids and Set- Colton's New Sectional Map o4 Florida
tiers; best general work on the State $1.50 revised for 1883, most accurateand
Florida:'Its Scener2y, Climate.and Histo- best' lo2.
ry; by Sydney tanier1.0Cto' Smaller Map olf 11k.-.iZ 5
Bloomfield's HistoricallGuide to St. Au- Map of St. John's River, 8 feet long....2'I
gustine Halifax and Indian Rivers. 50 Florida- Soil, Climate and Productions.- ,
St. Augustine: Its History and Antiqui- A Seminole Tragedy in Florldw: a re;
ties; Fairbanksg flex. l1)2............ 1.25 Indian narrative,. .._ 10
History of Flori r'airbanks,(staidard) 2.50 Guide to Jacksonville............ .. 25
DeSoto and Floria.; _Shipplarge 8vo- Conqnest of Florida; Irving.......... .. W
Fine work 6.00 Petals Plucked From a Sunny 6hme
Orange Culture, bi Garey-cloth ............. 1.25 (with map $1.75)...... ...... LB
Moore's Orange Cultur-the standard). 50 South Florida: Italy of Ameria .............
How to Have an ir range Grove in Flori- Sunland on Manatee River Gulf Coost--.
da; Porter-just out-the latest work upham 25
o;nthe subject 25 Tourists' and Invalids' Refereoce-3o eok
Gardenino in Florida;Whitner...........50 of Winter Travel.................... 75
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