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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 1, 1894
Publication Date: 1883-1897
Frequency: daily[<1884>-1897]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: No. 2,241 (Feb. 4, 1883)- ; -v. 32 (Sept. 8, 1897).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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only11 one Wa.? (of Ue-.neral inte-i est. It 1au- fn nW ln Ilft V
*t hor Ized t he r.: rt ,ry of tI n.. h,- it i NU | u n U H/
House Refuses to Accept the ,ier p I v r. I rtpuin,tn-toI;. tom loan 1 t h .|||~ o Oil-llc
Senate's Amendme. ts.t ztaltp?; applvirn for them--niL.-hi -hip- a6 llll Ii LI IU |P
Senate s. Amenimentri V-,: spat. d for;, that ,r:,^ t,: >,. t---'
u,;t?.I for tite: in-3tru.-tion and itiopr.ok--nit-iit w "
of the nalal n liti-L of:, the tta, T ]lC W i'" S cCI|lS to Al l
WASTED MONEY ON WATER M,' Hat ._h ,', l,, th-, r-. ,-f the
l1 1 r,',,., ,- on th.:- agripuli'.1,ral ap .rop.ri- J pa n"s W a y.
tion bill. a, l aprt:_reem-nt i,,n all i tt,-wz ;- ';
ce 1t the- one a 1,r.ro p I I- i t q 4 1. toi 1. 1m Ho i'., I-
That's the Charge the House the exirl-arion of th- Rur,, -ini, thi..,-:t inllL", fr iP
..~th ext ,. 0 t irlNoath:,n p:ut" thoI:un th r ..itl, in th- lIN~j MOREl (IIINEllSE +~i
M akes A against th e Senate.T t. ti North t, -:. nt 1,n1 !r,, ii th,:. N K MICN E
s-n a te?. A fter -|4i mzcl n th.= ,-,fif-r,.n-c.,. "
r pcor't for a1n hotir th,-- ho l- v-ied li' 1-01
to 51 to MLI) ist tll,:,In it-, dizagr-_emnent to Big Battleship and Two .- t
PP,\Rl~~~~~~n T T TH R l U f If lll- sen*ate arnli-"Jni t and 0 --r. to it:,
FEARED TlHAT THEl BILL MAY FAIL '+ "+"t- ''"J'" ''t_ ,,,. Destroy .. "
th IL ,:, conferen.--. ak-_,d f, Ihe nat-. Class Cruisers Destroy- ;
[e-a.r-_. HI-latch.P Ft'o nl.n and \\"LIl.h w:I',_' .. .
narnd as nanar,-rs on the part of0 the C ji.'''
Understood That th House Won't ,,,, LL AI All T
Agree to a Single Increase il routhwalte a..k-..l unaninmou. ,:n- KLLED L jY ALL THE C.., I
sent to wi thd-rav I the order fronl tle i .t- h
Made by the Senate. ,onnittee on rule? for the ,con-.,rati,-,n ,
,_,f th- I.,ill to .rotet tile l--,pi.; f,_,rest But Pe.v of Those Engaged' J he
r- i~i- r'.'at ioi r-. v It Ii h l I n- 1 itiii 7. I'r-i 1). aL-
WASHINGTON. D.- C.. July 31.-The th h:,u',; ,-l,,tr,, ,, -tl...t. aill it Battle Escaped-The A.e
tariff bill is not the onh, measur.? o.-- a 'er.,e to:> Missionarios iu Dang.ari.^
whl(i thor,; I 3 ,:1ef,-.il,-',k betv,,:.en tihe At the <:oneliiHion of theo' morllne" hour.
two houses oof congress. The river anr.P at 3.2i, the houuse. aljouirr,.,l until lo- .
harbor bill, which Is now In .conference, morrow. SHANl;HA JulA :; ".-Ne"11 h.en
is not only deadlocked. but It wtas inti- ,'-N_,,,,,, SCATTPK DEATH. Iiite, dere or a .,le-,rate ba_.-
mated this morning that it may elthcr DtI-.MI' SCTnrR! D.%TII a Ja.._ in
fall altogether or Its further consl,.e,'r- One M,,n Killed andl Tvo nltnilli In- ,,.,ic-h the Chinieo e-.rJefeate,],'s.^ne
tlon be .postponed until next'winter jured Iry tile Exploxlon. T,_.n YLin, the tl'r,-ist bl.tttle:.shipl;,. 91e,
,The conferreo- on the part of both ('Hh-'.(;CAG Ill., Jul.V .il.--One man was,, in the 'hi ri,-.-v rvi,:e, wa.- .sJnk. t.;two
houses are as ueual reticent about wvhat k 11lj, two f.1ttillv andl several others otl-,iF large r.liri;e \,-< oc ur.s In the committee room. But the .serioiuzly in.lureJ I:,y an expki,:on of -IN",lyrl- t l t-':.la..., : rii.i-r. were calptired, cle tc-.
fact has I.g..]:.,:l out that the hou ,-r con.- n ite .:it the q.lu-arries of ,olr.e & Sh,:. St'oVe.,. The .-- atle -a-"%'a- hotly C>''
ferre,?-s have t aIb.ln .1 d.--,.r iie 1 lan,_l oard. in Hawthorn.-, ju.t be.,:,rpe non to ,- ) -,ut the Jaltp.ins, a[:,p. ,ir to lave,,,'Iled
and ladly Inf.,im thI-r srtnauri.tl as996 Ay.- A rowd- if,, of wrKien w -, g,-cth+-r,'_, the-ir Run,1. -hi, an] toipeolots W i.' i'oV
dlates that they will *-lot. ., ns-i--nt to the ;,[ t oner. side opf the- >titlti-N-ixrr w re z.\.-i kill thli:n th_- 'hiine-4o. The 0^1^ 1:h6.
enormous Increase r'i e in mtie bill by n1)%tP were- being mnade- irin Ci'L hing +l.ine ,-r,:a.l carii,_-,1 n,-rrly orth. .hoiuehj.r,
the upper house, with- ,:yLna it,. The ,ld.na mite in ,,me arl a lar n-_'e in n. ,r are riiort-d -^ ^^ e
The bill. as It 1pa sed the house, .car- way wIN .- di ,:hat'e,. kmi ni-, lg i- p the -boil- ,- entkill-i ,Cr ,it, ne,. l ,
ruled an aLn pproprlation of at$ ,,dm n l- ers In tlie *-rigine honse, hear ly.I T\\,., oI Lat, l h -. l .e i s that fe Wy;
ditlon to the ,.,..1 rrovlded for ',, t f-,,,the 7 injure dlie,:,n tie way to t: h,- o I, os- f the he :T. e, ae, in the i s-
sundry fcivIl bill to continue work under pital. Capl-,d. Ti,:, German ,:.ri, n Clh
contract. This made the total river and The ,].ad al-: ,,f th- h.ll uen. ,re *eporte,f.i rv9
harbor appropriatIons for the next two FRANKI( CRIN, ;.'1 y3 .-is, et death witll the cr1e uf tha; +.
years I.W.W) In round numbers. The S"COTT CLAriK, 4S year. xl. T HriE J.APS s "
senate Inert-ased the appropriation I.%- RI -"I-ARE,' <:LARK, 2" -(eai. n & on f 'f
Eit 1,.i"( :. Scott "l-ark, kUlle, i1,-tantlv. tn 69l ic l Slita rinient l Is iM'lle .
Thie bill bas' now n ,bn In ,.onference Trh,- inju.ir'e.l are! BAnrdllns f ille W nr..J..-'*,. :.
for some ,lays, and thus far the senate R. H. RIUDrD. tc.ilp \,Dun,] and 1;,-.dy YHKi:,HA.MA. Jil_,- i3.-The %.lR'k
conferrees have yielded only $415.5,m This bruli i-d and cult a-b,)it the b,-V,\ wlll re-- tatt-rn,-nt (V th. dl!i,:ulties .S ^ ^e
Jt not n.?arly enough to satisfy the rep- ,_.V'.. "'hina F.h Jipan. wvbii.-h led to ".
re-i:iatl\e.! of the hous.e. They insist VILII'_ I K'sPERR. P liIIhtIN inhu.'-vJ br-ak of h,,-tilities between thl V "
that the bill. as it passed the house, Wai-' al,,;t d],e h-a,1 arnd b,,A y. ?ourtri,--: ha- }_.,-,n i.-ea-d Ly tLN t.a
as liberal a mn easuro as could have ee-,-.n .. f _,- ,d and w\ounde,1 \ere e nm- I:,F g %'-.rn m.it:.,",.
expectc-dc, considering the% depleted con- p|,:.ed 1Vy thl- \\-e-tern Ele'ctr,. (,i-pany. "Ja|,Nn and Cliina "ere appro.'
dition of the treasury: that the increase '] 1.T..- h ,; been erad,iee,.l In l':lti1,U ro.:k .-*.ttlem-r~t of their diffieuItie.-.
oil the part of t'he senate is not only un- In ;|,p Dolse &-' ,er,ipard quarries, fur i'hl, a u,.1 &enly-reque.-.ted Jap:,a1n''
wlse. when the straightened conditions ne'riy two months. This morning Ru I,, drw her flt.:et fron't ores. an"t-
of the national finances is remembered. ho ) oas in charge-'of the nmen. -rought a formal compliance with th t-" (-"
but that these Increases have been made llw inea mention forI, blusLTin purpose': to, m-tn,:] hy the "-lt otlierwi-e.,t]
wlth an' amiable desire to, please indi- the qrjs and announced that he would ht_'hine.e forces w %vere to land ai
lidual senators and not because the ne- make an experiment at noon. His men ,:t-ance upon tile.part of, Ohjna
lesslties of the ease demanded them. wer. standing- about him when a. charge I-, made. The JaP.a.new regaded
The house Ni1, It is contended, is a of 'gank powder was placed in a hole, a" .HtmatTji, but a.tin under3
harmonious'-and well-rounded and,.well- which hal be.-n drilled Into the rock. In Vice of Ile, friendly .powers t, p %
eonsllerd neasur,?, while, that- o the seln- ,. -- re'i. the ,.,, er te t" he proposals. In principle i.-
." .. ,si ?tha 'o h s n con., n-.L ner u kn.v}. L" n the .-V. 'der. I,.- I l In
at- is not If any a 'ree.rnent cannipt tN-.. ....- 1 7i0.1111,' a a .. ... 6\ -.o .Ln .-.l. re 1a t, t ittfe,' tini_ deea nr,
S ;, storetire lres the ~onfet, and lW- n-ie aroucan rin veryph,,r t. n the -21, th I \ *ouldI be'=-t- 2gar,^ a-,a
i wc nl"l" "around al.. "i.... .. .... .... t. ..... tn-enac,-7, to LJa'pa n. I' I! '
h 'ave the whole atter mn the air until hun.dred"Is .-of people cr.wd.ld into the ,uar- 4,
the next session. ies.itp It is eoltjeture,] that the ,.Tapane "O'Ul-
,. ,. ,manders w-re insT'ru~cted to be u till?
IN THE SE1NATE. Frank Corbin. one -.iot th.e dea,.d men. wa mn; .r s. r .,.e o l,-. t
__ i, ,. *iui i e v' 1- or thie ('hi1e ,-e \var Mhir' "an,:
.e i iit .l y r i n g l e ,d A I p .r t i n o f h i ? l h f t l e i l r, t l a :n o n t. 2 h
The Sundr.v ClIvil lBill W .is Under %%'as torn fr-., the,,yand: . ,,s foun. lnu d they late ir ade ing on.h Ja a n ie.t ,l2 th.
Conittol i d t on. net,.'o\n hndrk t',a ,_t l'rl./ \\ ilelo hl beti eh- t thee Koir T he Japan-.t '.d niotn
WASHINGT-iON, P. C.. July N l'--ThP I.,%. that te Li--ng. th, Chinese
transport thinkk 1y a t Japanes-. .ciuilser,
s t u l p e f y in g d td l ln e s 's o f t h e s-- e n a t e p r o ,,o e .- s e oi l I.'l a k 0 b -, 9 01, ;hJ t h eBn Pil,:. h a r l wu t .1i n "
ings today w as .Inteirupted. but not ell- found ylng n ar to-, th.,-r. T h _- l r'l 4 '- r .3a1 .yin the k'iti h fla; -ut .in any
1,ivn ,d ',by a, repe[tion of the discussion sufferecl Intensely ehi-" ,1-,-th. hrl. U t, if true,
w which ,com es up every year on the ?ub- ,-, r. i on the t it, I t ,_ ihv h -i l. J Th J ,, ni antINy de'n1the
ject e -of a "site for ia ,n ew 1,U d..i ing for the i,kht iar.] C lark : w a k ill., in c,.nt. l \ Tkha 1'e J o f .,rt ta it 1',nd irg ht a gai st I the
go\eln nent printing o Fce.' For several iarge gash on li f ,:,.reh ,l tr11 ; I l' 1 h a n o', rl t h .ri. gistr w hi
< vearq pazt 'there have been three rh'al a',,un,1 i [ t oftll.ti- r lhltt h 0, whbh
i .ropos ton pressed h about equal r- k i :n.rt. No offlial report a
+,' ro oslton resed~w th hboutequa r, r~i- Iiru_ by!'flying oN.: :f !to,n. Th.- :x- I,--L r: iV,. t yokol-. ln, .fithi n
:* tlnaeity. The one.which has had hereto- plosieAwas.in\-,ion ofRIM.I ,,.h l-
: fore the nm,:s.t numerous partisans, in- calledr ..
cluding- Messr.. S,,he--inan andl Teller, is II vIN <; (OF' THE, F.Ot%"-SFn.
th,? acquisition of the square known as BLlA K. NE'IiK B1ROI<1F.-
th- "Mahont Lot," not far fromrnthe pres- Tl-ele Vltln n i -'iven i ,e Ii. ln v.Covlinient Pripose d
ent I,' ilding. The-next in point of num -: 1_4 K" et h Tue lty. L -,N [)ItiN. Eng., J uly.in..- L r-L, rimr -
S bers of supporters,, including thechair- i N 'R VOLIT a., July :,l.-Th1.ofi .r KI -
m an o0f.the com mi ttee on printing il the e,-:ution in Norfolk for rift h' y too k i', ,., t,- t frt i .n tai, .n- a
last congnpr---Mr. Nand,.:r!-n-il1 the ,pur- to-. or nt ..as to ,]ep,,, th,- Briti-h con.--ul Iut in
last engr,-- Mr. Man, r~on-is-place at noon to,.day. MA.id1on Brown. li, ,r .,ltaill r,_.,,,rt oi the -inking
chase of the square known as the "Base- .:., _,. r ,I, hangA_ ,. foi-the murder of l-, .'hll i.-... it 01 t e 'n -
ball Lot," and the third, of which, the ,nf, ll r.. *h .1 ti, was wit-r the Kow.ll u,, .The. British g ,vrr-
present "chairman 6f, the committee on:w fiessed about sixty ,e rd" w nt r lr, rn rt t,:i, e the- n'na aslk th e --ico" te
printing. Mr. Gorman, isjtheehief: advo- f th a th B n wadecide rc-n,-h ,rt I-"1r r
,, iv the retention of the present buill- l~yo the eoule.t man in th. crow\.d. He a-.--
ing and the acquisitionn, of adjoining I,1'opI- rended' the steps cor the s,.afr,.,id *at 11.5 Th,- rMoIl"0 h Jr:3n"ee'-a-.'
.* ;erty' sufficient to erect an.additlon that ^ o'lo-k hout: a remo n ,. in? aintained ,T ^ ^ h rp o
'll1 meet all the requirements, of the himel in a Ik rr,.n,,r thogowit the h,?r,: h-,*v,_- Llga!,h^ to Tokio fur an
Sgovernm ent in the way of public ]:rlr, inn re al. Religious ceremonies were eon- exlian,.-,tion ,0, the i~in 'e- eha r_e. that
*n a- ln,*:^l'n ,. ducted by a C'atholic lpriest, at the elo.e .'n -n^untosai'-tr~ ~,:r \"" bh-,\b n up.\I
L,' In the u unlry civil -ap p r opriatlon b iln, o f w h ich th e d rop fell. D ea th w at. ca u -.d l" ^ V -r / < ^
which eastm.. fore the senate today, an by' strangulation. The' eondemnedi mn "**-"**"n"t h l'10t"n',"l
,- amendment had ,been reported looking to made .n.o confession on the se'aftfol~l. -n"^*mntnt ,onl the :.',,,th inst. cln of
the purchase, of the MVahone lot, although : oun the ni,.,l -in of .Ap'il.7, I1^.. about thr?*e ii--*t:'h, *'rl, :,ri the etnpJa ;,m:nln
the chairman Of the committeee,, Mr. Coek- +I o'coc several pistol slhots were heard -ire* ,.late,:l fr,:V,111m T,:-T-i ,' \'. Shnh
rell.,.declared him self .opposed ..to it. all ind the vicinity of Qu~en and Ja nme< Th e em 1ba s.y ulnai I 3. that tel,gaphic
in 'favor of Mr. G-orman's. plan. A motion .rets Ro-i:id-t of the neighborhood ,:,,nnurni,-atlon with rIe.n-Tsin i< h,,t-'r-
to substitute the baseball lot' was mradl e r arou se'd, and -,,-n it was r,-rort,-,: rl_,te-* .. .
by M r. M ,ari d erso 'n a n d w a&s r'eje cl _,- h u J oh D olla rd .a nm e mnbe r ,-f the s,< e -',t T h . c ertr :l N -w .x s y tha t th - a lle,- .d
., yeas, 13; nays, 34. ,A motion to reqjuir,- an council and a pro:mintent an,: w',31ltv ,-,ll*,-.^' tr-'i ,T-nt ,ot th+ ,Japaun-, U~'",
addition to the site of the existing bui~il,:- citzen had been kill by b-,iii'lalS who erlnment r_gai',llt tite ,lifereile-+. whi,?lh
,ing was also. rejected--yeas, 18;.nays. '', Wereattempting to i',,b his store. -t-l" *J^* wh hm 1:rIv
.and the amendment reported. b~y .the e-.m Abou te days afte th nmrder de- a -^t.tterre1t enmaiatlng from the- Jap:arns,
mittee on appropriations for the pur- fetives discovered a clue a1nd on the 1Sth +-mtha-z~y in L,:,rn^, __.
chase of the Mahore lot was' agreed t,,of^. Apri thei effort were, rw.r,1h,l ,]y MIIiON.RI!,s IN PERIL.
without ,div.i.ion. The bill weat over wxith- th capturee .of Madl-]on Browu and Alex.--
otlt rin3.1. action. ;. <^ ^ o vce f m re :~~ -<-t" ^ s '' <* ^
*. The conference report on the Indian ap- Bosh.tuhe secon deoree ad o(ent uro t he i t'.*""" .o,, t"hl '".'", tie %Vre .i
/" p r ,: ,[ r i a t i on, b i l l s lh o w ln g a 1er n l _n ts_ o n :, ,n i n i a r f o r e i g h t een. e a r s B r o w nX l .A N F .R A N C -I S O... ... J u l y ', l l P-l p r t .,.< .


Fonie ;nil-,n,]nl cents ail--d di ,-agreement on proven fired tie fatal shot, for fl,:>n H ,,II., .,1;' _ow tll el l I.li it
others, w.,'s presented and adopted, and h i the penalty today, orthe,-rn .tnd uithern an.. 1 ti, -
**'; a "f a further conference, was, ordered. The A .--_ ):,ok for forign rni?-iraries i- b,-4. AAnti-
r '. pene!'nl delic'e -y bill w\as reported ,l n-,! 'voo Brothers Swing"'. ni-' ,n di' turlalciv- .are reporit-.l tro'ni
:\ placed on the calt.ndlar, and wo w\vs the CANTON.. Miss., July 31.-The two Kiant Yon. ,n the. Yan-tse-Kiang. but
"":: house bankruptcy bill, which is to, be Scott brother'Is, negroes, .were hanged in far ,^ire -rious affair occurred at
taken ui., for consideration on Monday the jail yard at daylight this morning for Shek LU119 I-.r Tuing Kun. on Pearl
ni- xt t .t. ..urder I f Norgh-an opsoii in Oc ruver ini JLm,, *1.1. In this ini tance the
:, Some half-dozen bills i wer,. t:,ken from to,-ber, 1. .. A -eriean Fre-b terian_ hurch was lemrl-
the calendar and pasFed. SCOB< H E V DHOUGHT. i-hol hy a moh. and cne Christkin. ahth-
The house bill to prevent. interference :? er fireir.in or native ewias not ascortained.
In the eollecLion of st:itt, ,;'nt" and The Crol, In Ohlo linve Beeu Great- w.as kille-l.
municipal taxes a.i sesel again.:t cor-" D inigs'e,?l. Th Romu n -''.I l ,tlic church Is well
poratlon and corporate pr,1op,.rty wa, COLL^-rBUS. 0., .July 31.-The stat, ,ui',le,l, l:,y i_'filnes. -'oldiers. and it I- a
t a k e n U p a n d -x p la in ,] b y MA r .' C o k .,- c r o p b uI ll e t in f o r th e w e e k e n ,il. g t ,-,d a y t' c r t h y o f o t -.e t h a t h e r e a s .at
He said that it "a.3 intended,:. to apply, snows that the continued drought a1" Kl[an Ton, the l-catholic miesslonarkis es-
to ralroads, whilh were ili the handl?; ofr sorchedl out the pasture, *and farmers Cl|e,^ scathl-.-, while th,-ir protest'nt
re: i\-rs, it having b,:-en held that all are _,e.liir!? their cattle a- 1in winter, in r.thre-n sUffeie-d heavily.
bower on the part ,,of the, t=tes to col- m.tny parts of the state. Corn. mecept ir,
left taxes from tl- h 1. ilradi was with- the ri -er hnttn ns. i witherin _. an,- can- K EG OF l Du ,TO.T LEN.
drawn. 'The pal-,age of the bill. h.e -iil, not make half a er.:p, whil.? potatoes 11 Rou,, En tn 4 I Europe nin41 Coni-
wa-3 ab-olute.lyN necessary in orl er that proin e to prove a tutal failure. All inl-i Ii.Oo.
state revenues nlght StlltYe' no dininu- kinhl of beir't..-' are drying _UP, anI fruits NEW YORK. July 3 .1.-A dispatch r'F -
tion. The hill has 1r,-n r,- ,ortd, unid- of all s,1 rt' will I.e s:a 're, cei d in V all stI'eet to ay 'ror Pari
nlously by the jld, iiar. _omn ittee. n111 ti" li,.ternia tonsil Arlpitrailon. reported the loss of a keg containin .>),L.-
objection by M r. M itch_.h l! of Ore?-:on L ND -N \ igU [ 1.-The StanarId nA" in g lt, whlch wa part of an a nournt
(rep.) the bill wnt o\er until tomrorrow\. -.a.q that the arbitration party in the ,-,f .$2.51',140 shipped from this city on L a.
Adljouirned:]. house of comno-,n- belie that the go%- Touraln,. July 21. The firms shipping the
IN rHE- HO UfsE. ernment favors and that the pr,-1" eets olId.that da "ere Lazard Freres. ,.-
--- ar, hopeful for the adop-tlon of a twenty- 1.1mm. and Heidlbaeh. ickleheimer &
Conmlderable iialnesM Trnn an eted. fi o \-.;ars treaty of r tra ,itrati,.nt o,. ert +5.-,,,. A.:,i-.rdin to the ,.dizpitch tilt_
B til Little of It iWas lliporl n l, thie 'titp,. .,' :tes and ,:l aeat EBritain. c,, l, a. t ak,?i f1.itn' tiP..: S-'.I ,w."." lot. a-
+ W3,'ASH]NGTON. r. -.. July 'l --Th, 11r .l thirty-nin, kc&-. eaich eontainiin,-; ,",,-
house transacted eon!i,.de.rable- btl.-!es in They-N. Au Il1 I The St indarl. -;a5 reached P.iris on that consinent.
the tliree half hoiirs that It \ais Hi s.- LIN DI N A t 1 --T e t.nd i',_psay r eh .,.pie e d ,_Hn tot ,l\ --eri hee,-n lost
\ s on tip ,,ay, 'but little o i t" It I p ,.rtar, t. that the ni, n ist ern- bc-rs of tie house or ,to: i, h et-1,, ,+n -H a re anfr 'Pari-.
,. Most e 'of te buittlsepasse we'e rImportt (i ,,, oii,,oIs will alsttain from taking Lazard Frer,-s dlscr.qit 'the story. They
,srothe bills passed were reported 'ti the committee repo-rt stages of ha ve no advices cooeir..ig the alleged
'' :I'.. S'" t" .' -ofinilttee oil nav'al affairs, and the evicted tenants' bill. iobery. ., -,ir, '.


De unt Tilian a n ulo e r T; la,-I d,.i -EI d not kanow if P
c.ln iU I m i .ci w "r, re. pon-.izim!- or- not. em; ..
[ W Nil 11111711 (; :,t *r-y.,_,,,,, ,,kiv It p.,-,fctIy Prospects of OEff Agree.
II' 111 el, at.nl you perphtrated, a liberate m t Much r ove d.
*fr.aid. ,ond ,cuu ought to havie come to 1ltM ch] rvl *.;
m~~~ie- and I w ld h,-'vve cxp.lained. I e S*
Denounceed Tillnumi and. Also nounr- -%%ha:t yiou hauve d.one as: a de(Ijb- nXrrr r~ TnnT
DaredHim to Fightu 1:.. tlnd yot! line" vvh. e to find HOUSE CON FERREE HPFL
J ... .. .. lm a n I k n o w ,"' ,"
I -----Per--You know .ou put these "
TILIMAM KEPT I1tC TEMPER tI h\l ing .ne down. and They Think T' aA: Differences
.L Kmat y, ,u 1,Kr.,-tgat ^.I a d-d Wi SoonpSetrtkd. ,
I-:"'ie 1% 11-n1you ,did SO.
"'"" ,.. ^ ,-man iritr,.rj,et-,- : "Ye~. he is / : ""'
He. Said That He Didn't Want -n him,." n.t h .,, a d
"' "0 <'"+- ,'+SENATORS ARE 'NOT NO 9
to Fight General Butler. p ,i wa,; crow.le-d to one s,:ide
? : '- io n.
o ,=..,J'illhnan at this Juncture :
BiT'T Tnils DIhM'T Pf~CLEAS BUTTI aro" -,-and--'lookedr right it General But- It Is Evident, However, That, the-
BUT THI D ID' PLBSE BUTLtIR Yr. Senae Oonferrees Will-=Yi'eld
Oni' Lew %m. One E.%re.
Tl',:. t ....,.' lspehl.:.. for a second Something to thoe Hous.. ,
He Continued. to Tell Tillman That ,1' ortwo. ,in1 "len ,d-;,_-rn,,; Tillmar, s-tid: -
"Now, % e, eral rtutler, you art- old aud l' ".
He Would be Glad to Meet on -Ieggae,.." '. V\ASHJNJGTON. D. C.. July ..--Trhe
Hijm Anywhere. Gener.tl Butler-And you're' one'-eyed, proqpect? of an agreement on the t W
Governor Tillman--That don't hurr my \ver n-,ueh' l improved today, For the- frf ,
physical power. You know I'm not afraid tune 1 li:ny day(s la Oe-house democratic ';
CHARLESTON, .. (-., J'l%- :1.-An (it" (f u., .. conferre.es -ame from the -njeestIjng..,Wl .-'.' ,."".,
tempt or"Govrioir Tillman' 1",ndli to A passenger camen up a.ii aske,1 if they the state-.nent that.. previous' Ir.eeo clit ,'. .
howl do, n 4nat,-,r Put-r .it ',ioi tol' had political meetings iii Pullman cars In .Lae differences were in process.or a'yi'-^.
U-a ,! cOl,,]el'a},le e'c~itcrlr.iit tld =w ne Caiolina. '" hle a~dJus -,ent. Vitfh mucb aatUaUStoj,'u .
ea \.General Butler went on: 'Jl pon't sup- 'the h6Use" mnembters-stated .'to'.thelr asap.',, ;.-

fbrokthe ,ovnele'fnce-Iaru1nd the. speak-a o p9e you are, bllt -you can rini hie at any elates, that the senators .had shownn a,;'" -M
els stand,. general Botler. howe e r, was tln-e." .'i stii n. for .th .fr.t timer to. meet.,. .O 'e". ,
-onl, ei .h a ,lm > ,,l'lecit -_. s ,ored th,- Gene rA B utler, n. dle so me reference no tuse half w ay: s.I to w hen a fl l agree-C' J]
rurfi-nt; who tri,:.i :o piv:nr i nhm from to r1.lackguarls howling at him. "dlent would be p' rfected.. '.here .s '6m','. _
4pe,%'kin;. and ..ade a lng ,-I eloqr zcnt Gov.riior Tillman. 'omptly replied, ,lifferenee of O ,i ion. One house cnfer- ,n",'
sh a makingg his Finger in General Butler',e ree .said It would probably. be this,-weeh-." ." ''.'.
face: "Yes, bl.li.kguards have full sway Another thought- it.--oulO be. "soiln-." .-.'0 ,
in this state., now, anr] you are one of Chmirman %VIlsbn 'oclcl-t.t even ,.ad"mIt t .-'^t
tho-ie who helped to enact the anti- that. the undeYrstanding:" ltirA' goad'e. far ir
^,-<^^< ,-:^^^^^^'^^l, doiclirng law about fifteen y-ears ago. aid _nSugh' to warratit the -pr^ii'tijrl' of.'a .*''")
a gentlenman can no longer obtain satis- .peedy report. He said. hoVer,.thtt.et4AV*4Q '
Sfaetion for an lInsult. I'm not afraid." -conferrees. had' at. least', d.inb'.. p i W'lifs,:. .
.General Butler-That don't mnake any and made progress. today,'.w-ilch"
il ffw -^^ ift'eriencne; I'll ineet yo~u anywhere and in, more than couldTl'eaft e 'tiel ,a"'aad'ot Vdtt. k
!" an.' "ay. meetings."..,..., "
,ft\\ -6' "" t_\ c" Cal t'aughnmth was taken i~n charge by Whni" Senntt' .
Conjiuctor Yjawkins and Mr. ,Ellerbee aind The'" senate, con'ferrees`Pqai e 4
mo',- J n'ovedl along. .That jwa hPe begionin);, of -neeting witlhtufs'.'iqikW4,14, 0 r]^i^h^
.'' >__ tlhp end. of t'he house meuniLbrs,' TV0"
i -' *\\' ,nmu l.,' ,"lt- for iil'ler -. ference was'-as '-ar f
I t ":' .' "^ The two principles ke!rt up a f re for a' asit had been;''
jS ""TsK~vii^^fhii^ < minue or" lwo, Wh~n -Grateral Sutle~r .9,;1 :Aict among VhoeAtirqr!$6,g tly E^ ^^
"-r+., I iB' *D amn it." H di ,:lt, not intend Lo sta d'm a Yi the- inside q.rkln A-. C1
^ ^^\ iF^ 'ltalore :insult's about his not paying bp NO ad"en1'a14,lef
debts, an.] -aid. when. ( *ernor.Tlll ,uines'Qf'the bTIIIRl^
,ha da':i,. anyvth ng to' -sayhe knew where'"t -;anuiantial To-tnat qn. s,
::, / .'/ fln .1 h nl f~ e n e m1 [ B til't-ir s a id : Y o u rftg 'kl~f -r "
r- r e tn, iVe os a dP[- will,-t-d y
', f, thaL. ''e. -heard that you paid -a A l 0, b',
.' _.' ,- -ortgage." .n.' .f -.., .q.,]..;.
-:;.:>- oernoB Goern'r TIllnan vihy on'+t.you, ta,e' n
Xf' that oh' the' tand?: ,_ .^
,G el.-.. .:-. 1 id iid tl
Liu-h eoi.Ad ,.e""'
_4 1o.. .... ..
"' .4) .rl '. + -' -:' . ..z m '-T T r "i "" -" 1
,. ,. . ._ ,. _. t ,, .. a < " ': .. ..''+ ". ... ., .. ... -,, .. .. .. ...410


Inga niiystfli. You've'*b(geen riataluk Fi iiLB(J
tons in the paperj- ant I'mn tired of jdur
attacks. "
Gen:-e-ral Buller--I wart you to ,e'r-
st.in,1 mn y i po-liot i I hive n, i-,Insinuated
iiny-thing :bttout you. WN1h y don'tt you
d.:-iy %%what I .har ,- 1 .I r.,I ii-.,t )_:o into lwer-
WoualiMi,-S. ,h--it you WL L II t to H g ht,
,.inln it. -ty .t
TI'illniui n [ . Gov,_i'ior Tilln;in--I don't w\tant to !lpht
to ,11.
1-nerllrfr B tlter--Vell. re ai ll f,_ l nuak.
itit Al% p.-r.:orn l 'en4:lrk. t lo lt n e.
Govern,,r Tillnun--You havie ino right
to i ,k any in-ln hi.Ttion.' ai to ,' my I, uL,1,_"
life,-. YO.i e.tn't pLolite niy Lublie r,--
ord fromn mny Ipu..blic: churatelr for hon-
t~sS
,-n--ral Bi-tl"-r-I don't mak., any insln-
1,ttion--. Three no Lie., talking any
nmorr-. \h~h-n yeou llave anyNthing to sa y
co-met+ to nii rI/'-t.
th-n,-.r+l Euilr agai'i referred to the
howling, down.
-overnor Tillill-in-Yo,- kriniw I had no
more ,to ,1o with Il'nt thanl yoti di.l.
,Gi- .', r. -i P ti let'r--I w.nt it i ,I '+er tood
itiat 'I'n going to hav'e# my' free t.p.eh
If I h t'e to t rii h t fo r it. rP lit i.l ,-0i1' 1 p, t
tlh-e g-- l ,1-- 1 hoillunms on Ii1e.
I--- ral utl-,r andl Gov\ rn, r 'Tillnmiin
IkPIli it,- tht-ir nre for a fe-w minutes
Ioh_aer ;ii..l i];eli-rl tl h le,-r repe hatvd that
he ,f.1i. ol v want his one leg conzild, r,<,.
aih, that h-e ].]i not want any inno,'it
0--o .le I.liought Ii10O &Gi.\ troiih. (rov-
-1nor Tillhan Faid ht? had, io right io
make I~i- In'Jhiur;iir..
L',. thki- lime i ',-aiducltor Ivawkiw; lia.l
,,rke, I his w.i, l hacK into the car nn.]
0,-r_nn -,t~orily ord.,r,).l the ,jisi.si.hn t,>
-top. H., alPeal,.t to th.: parti';ipant3 to
-1e ,-ui,:.t as he would lo.: hi- job Itj h>
l,,-rnmitt,'.,d su,-h ihiin_, in hiN _-ar.
T1IE MIC I11._AN REPi li1LI'CANS.
011 li 11iIiPnln it Ifl-h for G oie'rill or--A
HollI Likely lLo Pollow.
IGI1AND R ..APIE)S, .Ml,:h., Jtily ,:l.--Th
r.:_-I.llh. :-In .l.- la. te con',Vr-Ii t n nilt I I 'I-- r
ts.I-i-, w ith 1'"i ,-1- atIe .at.i; in attend7n,-,
alii 5,,.,1 pople in the ,udifihn e. Gover-
nor R~i. h w.\,s relno iiliat.-,, ,n the fil's
ball,-,t. AVayne eoulln0 t I ; -I.t.' 9n.%'t- iP h four
at ,. the 4jLhvr lt; voted blank. This Is
the Detroit delegation. The vote was
Rich, 710; Bliss, 98; blank, 121.
Alfred Milner was nominated for lieu-
tenant-governor; James M.' Wilkinson of
Marquette, for state treasurer, and Rev.
Washington Garrdner, of Albion, for sec-
retary of state.
The blank votes ef the Detroit dele-
gation is held to mean that- Mayor Pin-
gree, of Detroit, will run .on a bolt ticket
against Rich. Pingree's friends say this"
bolt has been determined upon.
The 'remainder of, the ticket is as fol-
lows: Auditor-general, Stanley W. Tur-
ner, of TaOA,::orc:n; attorney-general,
Fred A. Alaynar,-I, of KeKnt: land coinnis-
sioner, Win. A. French, of Prescue Isle
superintendent of public instruction, H.
R. Pentengill, of Ingham: nmenlber board
of education, B. F. Powver, of Wexfor,.
The Pingree men tonight continue to
declare that. the 1,etroit mayor's friends
will have an opportunity to vote for him
for governor. They say the plan to bring
nim out as an independent republican
candidate, sUbrhstituting 'his name for that
of Rich, at the head of the ticket made
today would .be carried put. Some of
them have fixed the date of the' inde-
pendent convention for August'12.
'Following is the financial plank of the
I platform :
We believe in the .use of gold and,,sil-


ItioUlnel.d that he intendol Cio pee GoveI,,r
Tillmnn about the nnatiel'. T'hey dilof
nioet again until after th,. taia for Spar-
tantbu1"r" had, sorted. .how-r-nor Tillman
had, gone into the Pullman and was &ILt-
tihip with Mr. Stany.aine WVll-on. G,-neial
rP1tlr took lhi- --_at in the- !irst-,la-.s
,:,-:ach an,] sooin after t e tr.ain ,t.l'i.,d
bi,_i-n to look for Governor Tilin3.n.
The ne-vsr'ipler n,1 1,.id aln ide of
what was iII, andl w'.'-? al el,.,se behlndl
him. After them ,ame n Geiieril ]r-ihbourg,
Mr. Ellt1i I.., ',:,I. John II'ry \W att'-;, Mr.
V'l,-I, i nI r C.ol \I i.,ilg-im.n a'ind i enr:3l
r;ultrl-'., lhrothc-r. Tihmr :- L h- lISt ?oli-
t Irge-n E.
Miller Findl, Tillniini.
After -oin thi'out ii lh,- r. gul-ir train
tle i.ily v,,- ll i1 l-e Puilln-lan. Th r,_- ,on
the front 4veat al. I \ Guei,)r Tillman a-ind
Mr. \VIl-_,n iIl co Ve'al;thon.
G,-nl.-r- lr;i.tler adldiez'-i,-., Gov,.rnor Till-
ioi.tin rind a-sk,-l himn whether he did ii,-It
kno wv th.. a 'tic '; a "), l lt ttle ,-,;!l be- n prn'-;ttitir.ly pihli.-ilih_, i11 ii"
Ne't,.%s tin.] Con'O ier throi.lih ac,?'ident?
t.;,)\irl]0r Tillnuin r- n l,tined .t. ,l an,.i
reiili,-, hit h.- "in, .?r-t t'ol" )toni M r.
[K olin i.tir'-. ,l.o n t for the Nw.--'s hiIr
', l'o i,'-ri ,sc-r.,-th in _z a. ,,:,lit thle nh -itt, ,
-i1;- 'al ]-iitli-r l iti' si t ,-d if he ,d id not
knVw it w'%as an aci.dlrLt.
G1.,%-. i n,,r T iw .3i n ripl-li-, that. had h-f
i.,.pe n il l (;,.nel' l L mlth-i".- Ida,,c lIh- v,)Iou ,
have 1n.&-e .1 pi.r-on;tl e.tl..>n..tiior ht he
," 1 .'Li up on lic- tr.ln from e '-lilnl.,i.t; hf
, id no riihr, h., ~i,,id. to I-jk tjLo M r.
Kohn for jn.V e|l-,Innati.-n.
t _-r i'er.;il [ii'm tlr il; i-t-_, anid e- i rlh for a
ion,1e -i,+citne --ttroiolit. T" r1,:.) -:llit cxorlp r


I nereiseo'i *.l~t'ltcfamelil- ; ;.*"-...,-.-,
While the house 'eonterrees were so
pleased at the bright outlook, their sen-
atorial colleagueV contented themselves
with sayln'g that, while they were. hope-
fuil of' i'aching an understanding. "noth-
ini_ had transpiredl in conferene- to base
this hope upon. They declare that on the
e.=.e-nti..l ittems of ,JlsagrF-en-ellt the con-
ferr,-es are as far apart as they ever
were. An in,:re-a!ed hopefulne-s that a
I,11 % will ,e agree,] upon is noticeable, how-
,ever, Upon the[ part of dernocratle sena.-
tors who are not members of the con-
fr-.r'nc.. One of the leading conservative
s.-nat,-,l'k said. as he was leaving the
chamber t,)niLht. that the tariff bill
would be flinally agreed upon by next
Monday. and be addi that the bill would
L.e virtu-all" the senate bill. Today de-
vehlored the po",sibfitiy oof a report of
partial agreement, and while the report
at flr'-t appeared, a- a vague rumor, its
probability was after'wards eorlirlnid by
.serlator,3 not nmebnliers of the conference
committee. Tihe fact that the conferene
h:,d u ched,.ules other than those relating"
to sug.i.', ecoal and iron ol're under con-
Idleration today is one fact in confrnia-
tion of the report.


Senior Voorhees Better.
WASHING-TON, July 31. Senator
Voorhe-s rested well last night and his
-ndt on J .is -lightly improved this morn-
Ing. _,
FEEDING WHlEAT: SELLING coRN.
The Formers tof Indlfonn Snay 1I PsIt .
to D o So .-
INT',TA-N.AN P(-)LIS. Ind, Juily M.-The ..".
farmers of Indiana for the first time in .T ._
the lhi-.tory of the state are feeding their ^;
w\he.:.t to, thlir pigs. an. .--elling their corn.
W\ heat lriiihs' -I." ; Its per bushel when .';^
deliveredd at the coimtry stations and corg 4A
sells readih, at from 4.'> to 47 cents. The' .
fal'ners s't. that one bushel of wheat
co1ntatin:' as much nutriment &.s two bush- '.5
elk O"f cern. and as hogs are -ringing good. ,'
I.prich-- and corn i4 high t-r than w%%heat it ..
is e(-onoiry, to feocd th their c.'rn.
GENERAL FERlGUSON'S SHORTAGE.
He Says lt IN i* 1,i.OO ind Offers Io to -'
,1nlke It Good.
G-REENVILLE-.. Miss., July 31.-At the
meeting o-f, the MAIssssippi levee board '
today, held for the purpeis_ of considering '.,.
the alleged --hortage of ex-Treasurer
Ferguson, experts report that errors bave
been found amounting to $M;,1Uv. Gen- "'
eral ]Ferguson's friends claim that he ""
owes the board, but $t'!1. and today,
through hMs attorney, offered to pay that
amount on :October 1. which the board
agreed to accept. + '
l BURIED IN IRlINS.
Loss of Life (Caused aly the C(olInpse
of n IBnilding.
DAkLLAS, T x.., July 31.-T-wI'o large
brick buildings on Elm street, occupied
by the Wells, Fargo company and L. C.
Crdduok'? grocery, collapsed at 11:30 a.m..
today. A number' of persons are buried In
the-ruins. One man has been taken out
dead. .,
Fruit nnd Produee Quotnilons. .. {ff'
JACKSONVILLE. July 2S--We quote -
t,:,.l ," rn- .:,r,.- sS to $12.' per hundred; can- ,
talloupes $"- per barrel; pinlearcples $1.50 to 41P "-
?.I.5, je ,c:r_ ,te; aches $'2 to $2.50 per ,.- ,1
crate,; Let-onte pears $j to $5 per barrel;. W.,. .
Lima h-ans 'l to l.:Z"5 per crate; cabbage .." .,:
$2 to $3 pEr barrel; eggs per doz., ile; '',.i.':'-, .
hens each. *2 to 3J3c chickens, large fry-. i;='
ers, 35c. Retirns made on day of e ,sat .4 ...
Dixie Fruit and Produce Exc. fant ,' .'.
S+1 .. Al..,


General M. D. Butler.


for a. minute. General, Butler called on th
correspondent, to explain what. he had
t,:ld Governor Tillman about the matter.
The- reporter said that Governor Tilhnan
had rung him up on the telephone and
aked him what the dispensary publica-
tion meant as it was not-delivered. He ex-
plained that copies had been given' out
an,:i mailed, and that he had telegraphed
the :News and -Courier that the matter
.*h,:,tdI not be iAiv.lihel as it was not
d,.livered .at Laurens. .
-The- Flood Breaks Loose.
This- seemed to leave .things as uncer-
tain as ever, with General. Butler and
Govrror Tillman. Governor Tillman held
that trhe matter should have been ex-
plaine,.d to him by Gtieneral 'Butler, and.
that (he News and Courier was no friend
o f hi, . ', :.
A rt+-r i -wii -w- 10.1 hawing, ..the ,flood
br,_,k,:- le,:.=e iv.l.n GererAl ',uiltr said:
"All that ha. nothing t.:, do with it, and
I want to, say that ulii perpetrt'ted a de-
l.berate fraud t,,,ay. I have oome to tell'
you that these matters mst be sett,1d
personally, and I'll nmeet y",'ianyw.hete."


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F1'r. BDAL Vill take his place. Dr. Bes
and hi-c f nily ha%'.- hadd ba:d he:deth eve
gin,?,= trwNey h b,- t.,-:.,-i1 :t N .dl, W t, -and
thlh ,s th .- -. -. .:. th t >; .n g 'e. : -
A\AN ').NPA K III I)(-'T.
1-1 un1t0 ev I Are Vioplting'. life G name
LNIL--oteh An 1114-111t People.
A\VO)N I-PAIK. Fla., .JTly :,l.-J. S
t.t'Erle* n tf r-r.:.vi r.-,:., -. 1 ii here
luci-klilng,t.;m a hon-i-.
Mr. n~ i Mrs.,_, M. 'r.:,:--bv and ,iau.,h-h
t .7r lt -pe g u n t,) N e \ Y o rk .

J. 'Wi`%',-ns and1 t -anndy h.av_ n ,,v,"d
into fie Park.
It It ?-pr-:,:>i' to start ;-n lc tfac-tory
here. :"
.': &" To,-I vill ptt or-ut a. larger planta",
tion C,.tornl to _." :?.
C'-e0.-'. \sluon hUs Ibuilt a larqe addi-
ilon tb his c.jotage.
The. Avo-.n ,-',rlk S,_c, in>l a-d Athletic
clu.b) t to be. re.,rizanizi.l.
Th.r.lv,,n FPark s-'v.-mii- i i: abuu, to be
nro-.d amoninng th- h.:-.vy tirrilji-, one mile
ro rth. t .' ....:
nep' I t[ from r,. E. E. Rva,. who is
now_..Aolng over ther proo.e,-I railroad
ro1iteWrv eneoturauln,. ond iv.li.ate that
a railetal will kbe bunlt. ...
lThur day ,-ver, lng the Y,,trw-r t-l.ment
in the Avon Pail "nj" -,elve i nicely t-'-
'Lerinlna.I at th- r- ..li, i o-- ,:,t Mi. and
Mrs T 1. Burleigh. i
Pdstr :t ter I:- I). Kinn.aylha- just ,t er-ri
alrpdinl i-,-I a ntemcnir ,i t' th>e ,..-i, n,-, r-tl :
execute et? rommltt:--;.
Avoni Park ia-,?attonp a f:,',m for a in,-i-r
bei ot'f thf- boar'J orf >:oiitily co1iniissio
e r,, -
K ingsl C'line ht- ,-, th, (<.,ntl.L,:t[ to |,ut
in ao V.:?tfm of rcit. Wttfi' Wtrlk.
It'.F, eported that at ]3,rto,, t. e-a-wi
ani .. .wling there _i-. 11 m, torv,_ +.,f A ;.,.in
Park f t ig i taitiin g I-,to han.,le.l.
A go:Id rnan;," sp-ort n ,( ] '-isr g.n.l the
law OFM ur"a -hlo,,tjin_ ,e,- r. quail itrJl ilg-
vor),s:,.ET liUty Sh,:rlff ,u.1l.i co uldl ni.k- It
rihie 1aUI any\ ,lay.
It w" rep-ort,-,J that J. E .SnitLh ot thl-
l'1a,"e- ab,'-nit t,- l.,diarl ; Tar,.- hotel on
L 5 Re."kiew avelue.
Fis.ing in Lak .- Lti:-,t lI I,.A .-,ti. a.i ..
Le.tta. Li 1xcellI-rt
'y E Pa ,jor ,of ]"t,,r r.:-k,: i-.t.-, thLb
ll'.1r' Friday.
Ply .[,pn,',-r ol:f "WhWt.- City 1;4 ahout tv.,
,.'ilie., hel-, and ere Tl Tillage of Pa,,or Lake is naking"
ailanrigem-nt.' for a 1i inning I.,,ant aliJ f,
\\x':,,',' rn,,r!-pr ,rit '-t |ltl,,-r.
Th,'l :,,,lltica l., itt l.- has not :;ii: .,
th-. .,l~laee.
L.,. J1. Kint..-y was in Jackwotivllle this
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an,:l H J. R :id., ,:.f Mn nM..lair i, Fla.. n,.
J. E. Richards. ,of Newark, N. "J.'
KILLING ttCF G3ANTSBERY. ;:
J. H. Jnes. en ronte-,home f6 Provi
den,:e, R. I., from Palm Beach. ar
rived here tonight an-] g,\e-s air a ,',3tin
of the killinr ,:t, R ,:,l:, rt Paul J,-:j 1-S. \,:. \ l w hir., ]+-it \\.-r
iriaking a negr,:, ,Jan,_:-. atl.oun' J a t:,,:,t
tlie ,:n tile Sem in,:,lhoo- h tel 1:,,:,rr, J.:,ii:-
li-Id a pistol threatening t, shoot tll>
negro If he tou>:-he th,:. :,-,ttle. In ,.,r.
der to:, frighten thi-e negro J,:,n's ,it+-
charged the pistol under his seat.
Gantsbl-rg standing looking- on In. the
rear of Jon,-es re:eIved the bullt In the_
pelvis. EDr. Potter ga .q- Gantsbelg re-
llef and it was thought he wo:,uld re-
cover until on Monday hl attemptei.d
to get, up wheln si,:ondary hemorrhage
trok place causing death itilm,-diately.
The Jury, ig-noring the fact or ,,riiniinal
carelessness, brought in, a veid,.t .:,f
"acclientallyv shot."
Gantsberg's father g,-es to Palm he:tch
for the ,,,dy. A widow and child is
left by the deceased.


BUTLER WANTED BLOOD.
C'ontinu.,.l from first r.i-.-.


MEDICAL.





/Manifold- ,

y Disorders t
Are occai,:oned by an impure and im- i
A poverijlihd conditronqofthblood.Slight
,i'npurite?.it' not corrected, develop into i
serious mitaladies, such as.,
SCuROFUla, A,
A ECZEMA,
RHEUMATISM
an oth.?r.trotibles,mediseases. To cure
tl these is required a safe and reliable remi- '
edy frea front any armt'ul. ingredients..'
_ana purely vegetable. Such i
I t iemio v'k!s all impuriities'lll JM
from the blood and thorough- "
ly. cleanses the syitem.. Tbousands. of :
cases of the-worst forims of blood-dis-.
^ eases have. been .: ./'
SSSCured by S.S. S. J '
5.end fcr ,or Treatnse irnile.!t iree toany addre~s s
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta, ON b
1wmlm &.


TilIE LTNCOAVERPED LANDS AND TV
, HElALTH O"'F THE CITY.


T-ERE !S NOTHING IN THAT "M
NACU. TO HEALTH" STOBV.


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- THE THREE lIEN 'WHO HAVE B13E
ARRESTED ARE NEGRO(ES.


* They Tell ConflletlnK Storlex Aboi
the Tipurlous Dollarx.

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TAMFPA, .tiuly .:.l.-- harles Ro-erto,
Riehard Btatil.-k. and Richard Clash. co
or-.d, \\ :lre arrested, la t e'.ening for sho,
: Ing the "',- u,-:r ',K ntrf,.it ,dolla,' hav
meen noticed her-[ for the past three w-el
and offi,'ers b h.L\ e l,-n on the alf-rt t
h :( l,:h the offenders. W hen young XW hlLi
Swan pald off at hI ]Pc-kwith an! HHen
deron bulildsng SatUrday :tfti,,,noon 12ha'
Robiinsion a h d to h v:e,, a ,d,,lltr chtnvre'e,
Later Wlilte w,--nt into H. Gi3-l,-2ns &&- Co.
.-1 make q rta pur.-hasuc-. when it ,.v ,Il0 ,?,.?'
,-redl h.:-. had a -mt.-rl'eilt do-llar. Th
I _w a Itli u and the pole soon hunte
FhRobinson dou,,n and rrestel him. FN:
0010o reason h>- wis r,,i,-a -d. Sheri
Spuenoer's attention wvass c allt to, v.h:
had leen done. an.] on ,:, un.j.-y ,_nin r.
al I -std, Robinson. Roin ,-on si;d h'
vo,,t th, dollar flomn Cash. \\'hen he.%WE
arrested hb? saM he g't It from BostrIel
When arrested Rostwlek, who runs wit
a lot of gambler.m in the srub, could gi\
no arnicular acc-ount as to .how he got I
and all %%ere lock,, up. Judge Harriso
is ,a delegate to the state convention an
no hearinkL will b. ad until he return
from Ja,:.ksonville. FrIday or Saturday.
ivilindler Jailed.
V,l] l, BI.-icK. an hce k rcr muine. -nler, i
fault of 2l Q Wun,|.' was l.i,.k&led up tod-a
for obt..Lning ,,,:,,od lnd-r f.tlkt pretonc
He iq lately of Jnck.,onvil-.
Mr \V. T tStovall. editor n,. ipuhli-.lhe
of the- Trib.,ne. is. confined to his roor
with what Is -iUpposxj to b-y d,1,?ngue-t, O've'r_'l
It is i',lopad bv his many trWends that it
%%ill b,,: out ag;ain In a few div, .
It iq s'Lid thit .a (ertr.in re'tl _-ftatie rli a
h.s -een trnkinz th,, :rip n-- i.sued I:,y th.
,.it."- -it -1 ,:'nt- o-i the dollar for the p.is
"*sf 'r' i m onth-. nIi ,,,lInz into th,.
tr> tir.\ n.,,ne\,-, w i ,th whh_ t. t,_, .un th,
eit:-.
N,:, rn,.ve has : i, idhin ni ",>,,,t to r-i,' ,n th,
'L f, -a: --', tt, srt'r-, t }.,ri,!Pe. .\.i k i .it .. '-I 7kr, .
th-, _rurt inconv,?nrchnr,.: now ,.ll't u 1 -.l h:
th, v ek -t lo. i n,.,t likl:, to -,h l. :-.t-d ,I
on .-irl'k ,lt\a .
M r.. J 1-. Dor-e\. w o,:,-,, l.ip 1ill w;
,l.|rl,_,]..Sl l-rda,. ,g t'telrluin. h:i ," orler,?i
a new\ lot o:,t' nia,:h;ner;. !,:. w re, and iinti
It arri\v.. he will supply hi. ,:,rder- h
rIM ninlr ti. little mill day ,and j ight
'tn.I by pur:hhase from other rilll.
A .(i noollo n 1 _%&.'ra'y.
At 21-5.,i yesterday afternosn Peophl2.'in the
neighlorhod of the F. C" & P.P, depo
hotfard five shots IK rapid *?lcesqlorihn The;
ru:hed .out. to see what was the inat eV
and they raw G. F.1. La-siter ru'rLIng
acrjqs a vacant lot back of Alln h,,ba.-
kery. They ran to the baker.ad,.'^lni
a b t-hoh:. In:a .4how'ctcase'ie,':oVlmoing
s.hi.; orand one In the wall.
,r \> as '.w ,ild. L ,-,,,;- .,.--_a-S .

". .. I e-upPM dra'lk.
;ln, wht'l0r'e h'e-'"'aa .arrested" by oft.-
Jor H 'H. stat.pd that he and C"firtey
.\ll.n 'had fallen out, and .'Allen belng
nuch lthe 3iouter. wai unmernlfuillv.. pound.
inr hirn. when he drew his pistol, a 22-
calibre, and began firing. Mr. All.--n
Atatne.d to the Times-Unlon eorres.ondFpnt
that he and Lrisslter were partners In tht
balkery, and had-been playing car-is. La4-
:4lh r accused him of -tefaling hl m<-nhey
,rI he struck him. when Lasslter began
i,,oting. Byfitanlchr, say thit when La-
It. r began shooting Alien threw another
man I-tweel n them. which a_-counts. for
Lfntslter's had,] markmanshitp. Lasqltor
was arrested ,n,d Is. at this rrit:ng. tryln"
lo Rive l' all. .tlen l l ,vr. ball.
Rev. F. R. Gr'.ivs:. of Clarkesville.
T.?nn.. ha accQeteda n rPall to the pasto-
rate of the First Presbyterihn church, this
01I1 and ill tanki charge about the ilrat
-of S.'en ml.,er.
Vlolclked hIk Sundaiy l.n I.
,-',Ideran \\W S. Hanrock. Of the Bank
saln. 0 tl"e largest conryrn of Ity kind In
the Itv was arrested Yesterday .for vlo-
tWneg the _Sunday ordinance hy\ Offhcer
Jones. He gIve', bon d, arnld ttol- mining
had the case eontlnnrd until Saturday.
A\b ,t 11 >:,'clock. soon after the arres-t, he
*t into a roy. with Fraidk MceIeeyer.
Tlhe lo.-.-s oi the Taimla Ltumlber eompa-
ny' rnill by /lre, &ilturdtav evening, was
much less- than dt first thou'ht. It was
belie-ed that all the mills and the lumber
would be burned, but by heroic en'nrts.
thr. llitle milll, and AlIIn, Jackson & Co.'s
bi~g' n ill, hard b'. wete s.a ved. The loss
I.s ;iout $u,.wi. No insuran.e-.

CAkPITAI.L NEVS AND GOSSIP.

Fp minn linn M~lllnri COm lnyp n tln
Beenl Miitiredi 1In--Per.oal I ole<.
T A T.L A H I% S] E. Fla., Julr ;-l.-- M rs.
Ph cll.s W arden \V lson left y.-.terdia v fur
nIr-hida.
.^i-s Jessie Edmoni,.-.on ha+ ;.one to St.
rer'esa
-A runllit.-ry c,-mp.;ir.. a-t F.rnilnJina. with
i r,-ll 6f f orty-three m~en l.-l', e.:;nLi-
n~andle,. by C-'iptitn .-. B_?.u-hell. hasi been
rnu-.tere,- into the +tat,.+ service anll, a?--
l?'ie.d to the Fourthi battalion.


.Mr. John R. Combs is among the re-
Oeit ,delpartur,_n- for St. Terea,.i
H. E. "lTirk. F. WV. Blawar, andd M.
A. XVWmbohoit. of Jacksonvil!-. W. E
Sto,,iueker. of Indianapolis. J J. Luots.
r. and R. F1. Fowler and wife. o, Car-
ahelle. J. F. Thaggird of Fluridl,. WX.
. Shelffeld. of New Orlt-a,"- R. L. PaRt-
ick. -of Mobile. J. N. Neary. of Mil-
wauke,?, arc among the late arrivals:
Mt. Flora Hender,:n ha.- re-t 'rn-ml
i- w.1 Tan1ipa.

CHANGE OP PAST011On1.

Ir. Ilext null 31.l Frnree Are to
Cha nge I'llaeem.
A.ICALIA. Fla.. July v31.--Rev. Mr. F-il-
,-,od. pre'idhiN E elder of thit district.
re.tched two, very ,nterestlng and el',-
iuint s-rni-ror; Sunday.: At the close of
he morning seimon he gave his >.-.in-
re':-.:atton ,.lUlte a surprise by annoUnclha
hat the pre-ent p0a.tor at Arcadia., Re.
1. B.' Frazee. and Dr. A. 'W. J. Be-t.
c.-,ted at KI, y W-t. would exchange
lac..es for the remaindler nf the vear.
r. Be.t wias pFaztr here before there
as a chur-oh, and to him Aradla is In-
-bted for the present fine churc-h. Dur-
g his qtay here he made many warm
lend1-, who will recel,., him gladly. The
change wIII take effect the mlhddle oE.
ugust. 'WhIle the people are sorry to
.3e their pre-.ent pastor, they are la.,


This Bont Will Owlve a Much Need,
j I.I 96XSlee South.


ST. AUGUSTINE, July 31.-While
cannot be denied that. the filling of t
Plaza or Central basin, provided it w
laid out after being filled as a par
thus continuing the.,Plaza park east
the sea-wall with the intervening Cha
lottok stre#.t. would be a desirable ir
provemnent, and such as the cltize-
and visitors would greatly appreclat
especially as'-the basin Is. at low ttd
anything but a joy to the sight, 3
nothing better can be said of the wh,:
lenktji -of the shore Immediately 0o1
Mide of the sea-wall, which at low ti
Reems nothing more than a dumplr
ground for 'back-yard brlc-a-brac, a
tiflelal sand-banks, d,.-cayed palmet
snags and an area of low, muddy fl
land, cropping out in oyster banks an
almost everything else unsightly. St
In spite of this to say that at low ti,
either th4 basin or the land exposed
low tide outside the sea-wall is "a m
nave 'to heaTth" Is an untrue assertion
The basin at low tide Is just as health
as the outlying uncovered lands. F
the basin, but don't traduce .the (At
or try to Injure abutting property wil
that "menace. to health" excu-sze
long as the same conditih-A of thing
exists outside the sea-wall. Sickne
Is unknown in the hotels an.] residence
adjacent to both the Piaza basin an
sea-wall.
"Dr. J. K. Ralney had the nilsfo-,tttn
lo Idse another horse y.'ost,,nday evc_:
Ihg, it being the sixth animal he ha
lost since residing In this city.
.Major Hanbury. corps of United StAt'
enal$neers, in change of F1-!rida's rl\,
arid habor improvements has i,+ttirne
fdhnfi his 'Journey down the Indian riH%.-
*h6.re he went to exahilne the work
.7V 4'done 1hn Improving the ,:anal actor',
;1ng'kto the congressional app,:roprlatih:
of ,$16,000. The major was so chharnm
wqth the scenery that he extended h
trtp .tA vktO tVWorth.
;, 'To: Build n Fsnt Boat.
.'C-lptain Siephen A. Brav':,, the genih
.n-vigato'r of the Rt. Johns river, an
-^ rfl.O q,,rbeentlh the commodore of til
'd'ihi' river" feet of the East C,,ast 1Un
O4_ iaaing a short visit tO Lhh
; ;,cl.C-- aaklng, his hecadquarters -a
,.-.,: I 'i _in"business,. with the official
F, ',.^, ,.of,, their; l'or'iedaf East Coast an
v ,]U,.aa'Jt,'. t-a t. ^ ,onserning h"i
4..1;.'' .' ftIi a,..pa.senger and.nial.
el VV^en,,aHlt. 'Beach and
L ot+,:,. e,.,-,,,.+".'.y ; 'W of an
^. ': % ., '^ ^ !-j' ,_= .,., ,.\ q
. "i.A'."+1.i^ .= ;JII,:.l


+d. Y.. 7:1 he,, boa I...l
,, .9f. i.efi.,er'l~ma.naro tre canial coni
r ptboyAnr the. b .pta.in are to butld from

1..6 itipidor Made,-And submitted by th

'..! ftt~r rodttn,., :
,'; .homiodel totr ihls spedy craft is
--tti. rakish, fid pos. .ses, th.,a
1i14s' of bottom, so necessary t,
Mi nh'.light dr-aught and sped. Hfe

j'igth .is to be sev-entQ'two feet, and
[ *Idth ig1-2- feet, wilth twenty-fou
richea .dratught. Sho Is to have com-
t lpolln tWinL sre, engines, capable o
d rt'ILft".hter fourteen miles an hour
lIh. bollhra of the latest safety an(
vitlrdt BIteam-gdnerAtIng power, with n
'* cpaiety' griea'er than Nwould be desf'ha
Bbl fbi: onlly,.pa~ssenger business. She
li', M led for conmmaodlous cabIins anm

i with- dratinyhg rooms, and forevory
ixvenience1 t-hat could be coneived- bIy
th'd' clpatat.r- whose many years of ex-
Ot. elehee on passenger boats makes hin
cifr-eitaant with the needs of passe(n.
:'ers oh an all-dayllght triP.
IK' 'As Ihe. boat ia to mAke,' the round
.. t-Jp in one day It is proposed fhaf sh.
e,:' ]ea-ve with the malls at or about T
i"; .%'clock a.rn., a'riv'ing; via the c:anal ai
'!. I"ew Riv'er In .tlme to catc:h the over.
'1.. ]sind's mtdday coach for Blscayne Bay
!,. and returning to the Royal Poin,:.ana':




.,, wharf In time for 7 o'clock dinner. Sh,
nwtll trot be furnished wffh sleeping ac.
i Clammo<:dations, but will have' amnpl




















































































































'" lounging facilities, and fltt,:d to su~npl.\
.... .. ]unc~ho, after the mann-r of the buff'el





















































































































Palace cars."* The boat is to be btttLt lIt


;,' + Florida 'and should be ready f,,r set'\'
A le Ie ait the tithe I'January I. 1Sq95). thi_


























































































































'i for{y reiles of canal will be open fnr
', : ;aa4.'gatlon.





























































































































S,.,' Will Defter lIhe Mall liervlce.
i','. .he t'tnnin{g of the boat will give? tni































































































































,.; Bis,.-ayng Bay a daily mail service.
'For .Jnstanee the Times-Utni,,n ,-,f 'M,,n-
' day wjll be iD] the handsa ,,f it. anxious
;i reader? tin Tuesday, evening,. instead ,jf



































































































































.:as p'eseIl't' twice or three times oui-t o-f
- seen days. In fact with the canal
.-'; Toute'1 and0, with Braveo's swift, h-,at it







































































































































'will take? no longer to run fr,_m Ja,_'k-


sOnville to Biscayne Bay than it di,1 a
littlee over n year ago f',.m Orm-und to
7' b"lftus"iH!,Y b. boat. C<-iptaih Bravo.
who, by the wIy. Is a native ,,f the An-
cjentt-'ly. and carries in his \VL-niis the
S. !.ood of Spain'?s pioneer knights wh-.,s-
naaes are associated with the founding
-fii-St. Augustine. returns t,- his cmm-
mand on Lako ,vorth tomorrow morn
Jng.
In the natter ,-of travellers business
is slice ing tup" and the pr,:lprIetors ,:,f
TIl",tin's.' the Ocean View and L,..,rillard
Villa are renewing their winter busi-
ness smillea. At the? first named hos-
telry are. ,arriving last night. Martin
GrAffln, jr., whose -worthy parent and
th-q/me-ibers of his fanily,- are spending_
several wecks on the beach, Mr. Eugene
Gay, of the Gay Brothers, Palatka. T.
J. Bo.ttonl. wh'o guides the folks t'r,_,m
Thomasville, Ga., to St. Si mo n's
Wialand, Col.. D. L. Gaulden, n member
.4 1 oj.the ,Tl'tusvllle legal fraternity, and
the Messrs. John C. Mlller.. M. L. Car-
"..' rbTl'..and-.B. F'. Huntley, of Cincinnati.
:-.. Pk-ile,, S. -C., and-.'Nurth Carolhna,
jo'jjrveotlvely, At the .Ocean Viewy are
'r.-,'hlaiS- .&rno)ld, J. H. Weston Reid
y' i -^sf-', *f *... -.,;'-- "
+:L +I *'''*' ;' i* <' *


C i TALLA.-ASSEE. Fla.. J'vly l.--The ?U-
pr.,.:m._- *ouiit hits .ij. t handed,: dJA n ali
, olinIn liin an int,-:re-tiri, ease, a. peali.,
f tromr, St. Johns ounl-t,'. In whl.-;h J Ii e,'
P Wy.s ws ae.:ue0l 0I' p,.il.'li.shifg and
, ]l-tri, biirnt i :in j .an ,jb.ien. ngurt: or pleture. The le-
t At!ion i.k a follow -:
. ,I the 'l u-|Iel L,-f I6 t or FIrli,la-J nen,.
t t,?rm.. ATP., l\'gL.
. J-tnie. reyes. plairliff in eri.,-r x-, th,-
I .-tat- of Florida, ,.l f,.t.1d.tit in iror: St.
JohIn .:h nl .%'.
, l i|.;i.)o:n, C ." 3';: "
1. An indictment -under section "-*.:,i, R,-:
y-i+ed S ti-itt it.' *. V- I .h ,h- > :, = th,_ a.. [ ? -,.
_ ,*..I .'.ilh !,~Ubil l Ia I ,* tl'-ubi I i ir lu h
all ob- v v-Li i ,' r p ,:oit.tiihii i' an o1...-',>.n,
rigllre O0 u i, "Si.; .:, .-I .o ihi $,-t o,.It S I.uch
t pal..r inl h-,-., \-, :t-.. 0I ^ -,hch ,e-
-crniption o, tei -nle as ,d.t.-i, per-

k _\ n in ,!,1. r,. ], .:i f,.il: |,_. y i
j.. h '.le-,. r!pt.,on ,:,f th.: oii.:in- p..i, r
i. 2l I or pftl t-l- aa I. I,, .r c> : ,i-, Iln th,
P[r,.,edinIQ li-.inott. ar,-.1 fall tf al-I
t ,n -, l,.'i..l|.ti of the L-ni u ilih-ieut Lf -,
..Jk,e iLJI,_ dt -fvnJant ol the natul.- o.
thr- ,?i-,aige .arnd ,-,', ,i-ttioh .iag,1 -t hiin.
i? f i t:,Il ' ,l, rf -.,'tL"-,. ,I,,I ... ,-h ] l,_'f-,:( i ,
n,-,t curr,] l..y ,a verdi.-\ of guilty.
.I. ur ta .l., Ist.: t i tlor1 2'v.12 R e.\ : .%is-
~ tatit,; -' '.v :h l ,lpr,-, i.-|,.s that an ir,.il,-t-
ni- it h.-a ll I,,I a. a.ii o,-r ,. ,vhl,: -.
e'hr, 1 ,;4 ,t <: inie .-ubstantially iIv I hi
I]itnri:uj. 0 of h1't 1 ta .la.,:. w f- noit lllt. er., .i
to ol' vi.tt, the rh ,-..!. -,ly ,:,t" qt A .tlh ,th.r
clr .un .-ttn(. ..--v hi.:-h ,:,o, .-titu~t.;- th,- I, 11
nation of th-e o -:,-n~e ,hargd.]. w h,-r, no,:.
es;-1ar,' to advsl e th, 4,i.- onner ,.." hI.-- ,a-
lutre of Lhe ,:hale-.: a ,ii-.t hiI..
4. The Indirtent in ll thJ;,ae seeks
to charge the ,]etr ,l.trt wil.h i:.hl>i--.hln
at1n,11. -d 11 tIi LJ ing ain of.,Ociene p.i per, ,o,3r
tainin' rti oL, do90- not -4.t out tth, pap-,:r. ln'.i'e"- or
l,;,"ure in h:tr-v vrb.t, Ar by s-,nry certain
d,,:ri!,it,-,n. or v n':.any r t-.cul-p for fail-
Lir, to do 1 o; 1 Il. that can, innli,.tn ent
k. -Is g lnl, in,]efirte ar!,l u un,c.:-rtain: that
It ,h.t'ei ,) .uffens.. : that it exposed
Ith,- ..lefr nd'ntt to a ,.E,; pr,:' .?,
fo1r the -ine ,-ffeie. and nor- jude.nilnt
halll bI ,-ntered upon a .'-onvi,-tion Oib-
ta'ited Li|:,on the ; rrie.
1 ,Juri-mvnt re\-er-.ed.
M. f'. Jordan and W. A. .-TWilliams,
Itor pinintIf hi erroi WVIIIamir B. LLniar
altiorney-general. for the state.
In the uiprnm-.,- court, yesterday, AM r
,tJtli.-e Mabry Iled an orpinlon o\'errul-
Ing the demurrer of the Iplalntiff in Error
In the caee of Mark R. 'Bacon. plaintiff
in. error. v.. L.' N. .Green, defendant hinj
error--Marlont county. Contemplt procped-
i1sg for -a.lleg-ed .violation. of supeseilleas
'b're'r 'p~h W.1 .^ El *a h J J-6 ft zfA
BioieesigTor pei.itlioneri.;" ,;'. n t'or
respondehnt. "'- "* '** "

Called lo tlie Milsltry..
Opo. old lady sairl to her nepbew. n
r,oo preacher:
"Jame..s why ,.II, you Lenter the. min-
istr.y"",
'F,:atte I was c.all,.d." he answerd-,.
James." sald the bIid ladv anxiously. .
-.s ihe looked up from wiping her spf-c- j
tales, are yOil Ire? It wasn't some
oithe.-r nol,_,- y,,u l-ard?"--Chiistlan Ben- |
tih r l.


t- v'cr as money metals to ,e maintained
de in cLr1i.rc lation ,,n a perfect ,.lality anrd
n Intereonvertibility. W e r,:co niz, the s,--
).I,- called,' silver qrnuestion as one ot the paia-
ttc, mount Issues of the da-y. al,] believe th.it
at the people of thls state anrd country can
nd anl do look to the rcpubli,-an part, the
party of rdility andas,: p. .-;r h the on1y
parly that ,:an _l[ve w\ I- htc id adequate
de solution of this problem. We therefore
at pledge the republican party of Michigan
I,- to use every effort in its power to re-
n. store silver to Its historic position In the
hy United Stato.s as a nioney metal. We
-111 pledg. th|6 in the belliet that poctrnianm nt
ty prosperity ,ill not be assured vir .justice
(b done till sll\vr ta-ke its palace side by
SO side with gold as .,t' of the tmo .re-at
mon.,,y metals of the world.
gs U1pon the tariff the platform ,r ys:ty-;:
as We reaffirm our adherence and In-
es ,rr'a~sed devotion to the Am,-rican do,-
I1L tTh1e of f protection. W.e l-, ie'e that th
present unhappy indu.trlal ,:on,-ition 1i
ot? our country is in great part du-e to the-
I. threat and purpose of th.,? deno.:ratl<
a, party to ,est o,' te .Amnericn y O-fn of
:'rotectIon \\e be ie ( ti\ t all vrti .-lr
which cannot e: pror-du:o. I in th, [_Tnlt.,.1
"S SIta t.s, ex,-,lt tlUxur[v-, sho tld, ho a-]-
-1,' mitte.d free of duv. ;1-iid tha t-_,n Imp-ort-
id coming, In ,"omptettior ,-th.: prod,._'t.
r, of American lab,,T. lheln- 4,h tlll 1, dlt-
t,) til,?- levied ,-*il.l tou the .iic-1.1 r, n, to. ?-
d- t[we" wa g_:s .throtd nii,-1.1 wIax .-I .tt t. ,1-.
Al Wk' beli,:v, that the ,iorlt'lne uf re,.ip-
Sro-Ilt.y as advocate I by that Itthles..
-3tate-1'man. James (-. Blah:,r.. -Iul,]. un-
IS dt-r our prot-ctivo' lyit.em, b, th- poliy
Of otur governni-nt iand ,tjpill,, In our
al tr.-. relation! wilth oth,-r nati,.-ns

lf "PDRI'S" OF NORTH DAKOTA.
ie Tlbeir (tnle Witsvetlon ,n, Over-
1r r"nfl 1y tle PoriinlJlmt.
is FAR_.._), N. D.. JJly JI.-The prohibtitIon
F state convention today swarmed with pop-
a ullsts, sufficient in nurmhler to control the
.convention and endorse thelr ttc.qet.
Ab'ajut.%.4) gatrere4 from' all, parts or the
. Th .-te, but the central core ealcttee.required
,al, participants -o slgn' a pledge .o.-,sup-
- Dtn t the ln the popull sts c candidate s fof t' .'
3 'ror~lit^nparty, bo)th- Skta-te anA' W :'
^A~i^W,' *J orly~se-i)ti(Rrllqu.-llfl,3e-;
onri -m ^~rsed' 'e_, repubpecan .cariWcl I
d,a dis .for judgeg the supreme court,
-govenor anIl superintendent of public
.jinstrititon, the. Populists' candidates foir r
lleuirent-e nt-governor, treasurer, attorney-
e general, aid Stevens and C'ameron for
raIlway commissioners, and nominated
'*.the following Independent candidates: S.
e 4. Ellls, member of congress, T. F. How.
n secretary of qtate; 1). Carleton, auditor;
r E. A. Taylor, commIssioner of Insurance; ;
d F. M. Arthur. commissioner ,,of agricul- ,
r ture; R. E. Saunders., railway commis- ,
-loner. r
f GETTING RIn OF THE SALOON.
SThe 'Pr.otlllllonlit Seem to He on i
d Top'_ In Mlsmlwilltpl.
, JACKSOtN, MI. s., July .-.-t th, local
- option election In this (Hyndso count.ty, r
e today. Jackson gave 138 majority %%et. ,
1 _noilffhal advices from the county Indi-
c gate that thel dry ticke-t has, won. TVi
,% ote was light. There_ was a complltte
,absence of the ,itterne.+ of f,)rnme:r lcal
option elections. If the county has gnne t
1 dry, It only leaves, six countle- in Missis- 1
", sippi %where the sale of' liquor Is legal-
Ized.
Lwh-soal nnll nilnek R-.iionellainedl.
o ATLANTA. Ga.. July 31.-The dero :
cratlh convention of the Eighth eongres-
t slonal distri'-;t met at Greensboro yester- r
- day and renominated Ju'l,'e Thomas 0. r
Lawson for congress. b
s The demoCtrati-. convention for the "
Tenth district nlmt to..ay at Warrenton. t
and renominated J. C. C. Blaok. Tom t
Watson will probably oppose Black again. '1
Tlhes Dil not Ol1ey 31n10one.
PETERSBITRG. Va.. July 31.-The ro-
) puLIlicanis of the Fourth *llstri,:t held a I
conventionn at BurkeVIlle today and riom-
Inat,_ R. T. Torpe. of Mek!,nbt u c-un-
ty, for congress. Thi.- is contrary to the p
plan off Mahon-. wh:, opp,,sed ntacr, d
n,,i:minatiorn. The FoUrth Is. te district in
which lh ll\'es. T
M ost t"f tl, :- d,ir,. u->- t -l t',',' ,:lgtti .it,:,r,
sig-I ,: w hl.:lI f,-'rn ,- rl-. w,:.r,? r,,a..l>, of al
w.o,,,.l, are n,-w" made of 7ln,,. an,]',4 :< ,_i'r rl
c, ent Oi{ the-e are ,of I di, rn -. So rte of n
these liyzurc-, are ,ex,-.ll'-it: inl .ome ,.--t-- "''
thef orlghnal model ,.,o-i $Il.-'0 or $I.-.r.i~i
T h e- y a ri e nm a d e i ln V t r i :i ,J -. .i z l' l 'o r i a
tn~all figure that ,:.-in he I'ou;'ht for $25
oir , llp. .\ g'ood,: sevt- -foot .Indi'an cuih \
buii b.ought \for .lII.).i

Tlhe Geninle anrl lhie P'iilil I;:
E\'ery goodl thing has it. h,:,t of inii- J,
tators, e-very article its coiUlt,,rf-its. Thie: fi
hnitalors always ch,.oO,, tli? amoft ,...lu. \
ahl,2 a ,] pop.,tlar ujrthi.'le tco coi-,inteltiit.
so that when they, elaint their ;?azm to lbe ft
e,"il.131 to, or as good, o" the same a ""So- al
and-So--.'" the pubhlc nmay dl.,er'.] l,,pon
it that "'So-and-S,-'s" artlel,.; i; (lhe be.-t ot"
the klnd.
Alleocl:' s Por,:u-" [ia',e-r i:- the st~tn,]-
*ard of ex,:ellenice the wvorld over, ard imn-
italors; In ttelr' c,'\ thatt their.? is "'AS
good as .\ll,'oek'.." are only, empll.hasizing
th;--fact and admittting ".\lleoc:K's" to be '


the acmne of perfection, wxhIch It Ie tnIr 'i't
highest ambition to imitate. The differ- th
en -., betw een the ge nine a d, "the e Im l- _:r
tatlonc Is as wid'e as th-i between co.pc.r -
and gold. ,
The orly safe way for purchaserr: is to ih
always Insist ulpon having Allhoek'.s Por- D
,vus Pisl.ster. It is the unly perfc.t Ipld-- .
ter ever pro, lced. d d'
Brandreth's PillI stimulate the liver. |c ,

Children Cry fogch
P tcher'' Oabstoiria" .A


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.rushtid MiWddcTdgs: .'i u r,
*l,-. only l'loion r,r n ;-l,t, 'nn.'"tlIM ,br'' o
fill% k l d. II id hl; l I .iV l. S1i '- |>| ,-
:,.-.4.. l"<'\\',t_ i tj~ ti \,) l-'|l-ih3 '
100,000 lins bee-n 0 Mfrned for the Xitowlhtee
Ask your grocer if his flour is mixed
with corn flour. Such flours are in-
juiious to health. We hive no corn-
meal attachment. UNDINE Crushed
Middfings Flour is pure and whole-
some, and. is made from selected
wheat. It is water-ground
NOEL MILL CO.
8 tlll 8prln's. Trnn.


e ST SFT, FRAI'IS .SIiFTI'NG'4.
y',]. E^tI _II I lve 11,-1i11ir,, tD (lhe \V b.+ rl'.
t '.0uttloo1 l'r O Ir 0 I-It ItAe?4 t [ .
S ST.' "RAN4.'IS. Fla., Jvill.,, 3i.--r1 L. II
m.. t].tt'L;1 |.- n- .ir q,' ext,.ii.-lve r,.-p ir.) lo th,
i wh. ,v'f h-r-. putting it, h-w tlnrb,-'' amo
c top.' A s soon a a pile ]\'.-. ,onic-
Calon.19 h( will ,put ih z _om.? t':" l -,--ts .t: ,:O

,, i r -C'hurles Kr ic rol- if il a hlnwc'
;t'urtl'- an-! 6 h to U.a as friLlm i .a an
e, ..tIki.eprovso In thi, searction atre looking'
I, 411-,ancl-O the vrc-p .slhoixs Lip *~.te H e
- Icz.,ybind prwolls-, to, j.-I a L.cod, olie.
-P.' _re/' p.. -l St. Fran, is Ia e n I ,;a ,e lia <
Ofie.y.6pal t.-. a-nv in 07-. X \Ulth.
rr. ;l M. I-r. kenchofl ha? been 0etuing
o ut.-fto. P large.; bearing orai~pifi trees;t J r.
olh eirTo grove L he past' v,,t ,. k .
henc fthn- K.' nHoa-ri. ha retteurmed
jl 4BgLrnt a!the% I 'n Iv e taijt y, the- SoR&th

xEr complint is, on 'a -ini dre baeIs and
TIhulet. I.pcept poadthIs jM.1 the frogs;i.f atenr

.prin, IT.. .r Dr.ggns gave a lauce lasi
ThI rs F y n Iih I.
;Mr.I' ;il 1verri alld: famil.Y hacbern out
pri. the'r oh,-ce the pact.t wehee.
"Tthe wat.or ueas here Is nil trtesian.
hencu there aire, no. i of the usual thrh,
me.r cemp lInts. It is cool and rTrlnu;-
1ng- and, abore al, healthy.
The pi:-ru of road that wis; shlinl].-1 1i(q
sprinrr Is haird and make:s ea-y hauling.
'RnAylMo e wh-l track' Julyrc- sPellted.
pastor .olo he.-anh are are t ofrle In this
plah-t and'so farar stroeativng vr-ry werIll
but the- main question IQ whether that
hill frult:(-nough to 'be a profitable crop.
POLITIC'S IN DFR SOTO.
A Vnettobstl Fnighli y on ahndl Thing'
Are Lively.
A'R C ANA. Fl.-July 31 -polfIties iq;
pretty hot here. There areightI t, o fuctyo
in the .ouldeocrte 1atic fv herei an] It is
haid togtell which will I),. victortlilh, ae
bothi sides are -4trorig and are? working
for all there is In It. The, convention th-at
meets here Shiturdlay, Autzq 4, %ill tell
the tale.
.Next comes, the third' p.]-my. The'l Pny
Beutm to be stronger this 'lar than ever
and feel sure of suc.. They will, no
doubt. make a good tnght In this county,
and should the der. ocratir factions fall
to q-et together. tht- third party -w~ll have-
a good ch nct. ;'.put in t o._ n c-;L th.-ir
men. It Is hardly likely. hompver, that
ihere will to b, a sflilt,. ;I.- the orI tl r
gets tleft ,rop-ss to abid T,.y l \htCon-
sequences.

11I'TTLER SA&Ili TrO BE SHORfT.
Blt His ,itnker auk6 ChIurch eifler
Makem Deianll.
LITTLE 'ROO"K, Ark.. July 91.-J. B.
guttler. a woll-known mane of this ciry.
f'or many yt~ar.4! a banker. Sundlay-schood
hupurln.endvnt. p.opuit l'hear and w-.ltonr.
IA sa-I to b, "-he a d faA hl ort tihrl_
;ago. Suttle i w..t tv Au-iiii1, 11..-X. AV -c-ii
he left he %%as, it 1- n t llo.- 't. r d i.faultc-t
to the state bcwird uf mi4---inF i-.f the
Littl- Rock '-onfori-nt, of th iM. F.
church. Souih. of whi.:-h him %%as asi*-tant
I rqa .4urct. r.The exact amount of h I?
:0vh1rt.-tPf I!; nolt known. LIitIlcrl i; ali_O
-har >'Jt-, with ,.mbrzzling th,-- funds of
the XVinfihl d Memorial church Itn small
a nll- u t .;
.-'(-[STIN, T. x JIIly :.;l --\\,' ,,'/-i
lir<- tonight Mr. Shuttlit d1!i',.1 htt he
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GROCERIES A'D PROVISIONS.


MEDICAL.


M IJ. H. LA NLO., of .So uth r;, ltW s5a I, Sar-
atIa Cquntu, N. Y., writes: "After mvythird
child waa .sorI, 1 barely gnimn.d st-ength
enough mO two year'I time.n so ,ai to be ablo
to erawl about to accomplish the little houso
work.that I had to do, and dhas, only by lying
down to rest many tinm-p
AHSS&SS^ eac~h da :-had sick bond-
*aceaho very often, many
J ''f lpaiai and aclihes all the
^ H fFtime.. A (ter 1 .1;d taken
one bottle of 'your Fa-
vorite Prescriptlon' I
,o^ i could see a great change
Oifp ^- I" my strength and kesa
s \ ick lhedalies. Conhin-
ued takin" the med rfie
until had ta'kea seven
OF btottlesof tthe' FoLvortte'
and, one of t ho *Goldea
Medical Discovery.'-[I. aimn
now .able ,to .do house-
work for. iv.6r-lf" and
husband and two efilld-
MRs. LANSt N. r(,a agMF nino and .'lvc-
I also take dresmakint_, and enjoy wvalking a
mile at a titeo when ( can have the time to
do so.. And I aim Mire it 'is all due to Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription as I know I was
failiug fast before I comimenced t9 takoeIt..
Sold by raedjoine dealora everywhere.


BOO OF THE BUILDERS.

IF mk RT -4.-
This coupon, raceompanied by 30 cents,
will be accepted at the Florida Times-
Union dountlng-room In full payment
for above part of the "Book of the Build-
ora1). .


Are the supreme satisfaction of judicious
housekeepers. They are the mini-ters of
good .appetite, good living and. good
health, and this cabinet of three will %l-
way-3 be in control at your table If you
permit, us to provide the.supplies. We are
the gepteral provider. of good .tables In
this town; In fact, there isn't a furni-
ture house in this county that can show
as many good tables as we can. It's a
charming feature of our tables that
they're always much more than -good-
enough to eat, and our moderate prices
make our bills extremely easy to .pay..

JOHN CLARK, SON & CO.,
28i 80 nnd :2 Et. li St., Jackson-
vlle, Fin.
'Wholenl tn ii t Retail. Denlers l3
Groeeerlex. ,Ml es.. iquors. Cf-


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M i .FLORIDA TIMES *" *
THE FL RID TME.UNION, "%EDNES.


DA.Y, AUGUST 1. 1894.


AFFAIRS AT ST-:CUSTINE


,REYES CETS A REVERSAL


SUPREME! COURT PASSE ONff THAT
OYISCENE. PICTi Et C.E "


THE CASE ,WAs, c.i.tARRTED UP FRoM
-ST OHi.-N (tlNTV'l'V


COURT HELD TI-lAT TnIE INDICT-
MENT S DEI,"ECTI-E.


Character, oft. th Oleeene Picture
+ + .. S. A ln (No t m e I .I o r t h .


SPURIOUS DOLLARS .1OVED


THREE' COUNTERFEITERS 'HAVE
BEEN ARIIlESiTED AT T"I'IMIPA.


PVFO SEVERAL T.EEK 1HEY IAVE
BEEN StCOIVIN, TIIE "QtlEEIR."


*STEPlHEN BRII PROPOSES
BUILD A -WEO.Dl BOAT.


AArL-Al


PICTURESQUEI AKlERICA.

FmlFT'ki= r "C)o.
Ten Cents and Three Coupons secure
any given part of this grand. literary
work.


First-Class Groceries


RE1E'GRATOR ICE WORK.






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FLOUR MILLS.


IOLIlN T. AWALIEIR,Er


Jacksonville, Fl.i.


MEDICAL.





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PROFESSIONAL.
SAMUEL "V.'FOX,, attorney at la-w, no-
ta r," f, ublie,- conveyancing, collections,
abstracts. Money .to loan. Smith build-
Ing, room 4.


ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE!


For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on the St. Jo01s River.



Steamer "Everglade,"

Gfl=T. W. R. SfilWt
Leaves Jacksonville, from foot of Laura St., at 5:00 p.m., Tuesdays ane'
Saturday, for Palatka, Sanford, Enterprise, and intermediate landings o0
the St. Johns river.
Leaves Sanford, 5:00 a.m., and Enterprise, 5:30 a.m., Mondays and
Thursday, for Jacksonville.
General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 West Bay St., Jacksonville.


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and mwost healthul shofjo
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Made only by ,.
N. K. FAIRBANK & CO.,
cmCAG0 aad sT. LOUIS.


A. J. COLE, Passenger Agent. F. M, IRONMONGER, Jr., Fla. Paw. At
M Bowling Green. New York. SS est Bay St., Jacksonville. Fla.
M. H. CLTDE, A. T. M., JNO. L. HOWARD, Fla. Frt. Agt.,
5 Bo ling Green, New York. Foot of Hogan St.. Jacksonville, PFl.
THEO. '3. EGER. T. M., A. LESLIE, Superintendent,
i Bowling Green, New York. Foot of Hogan St., JacksonVille, Fla.


WM. P. CLYDE & CO., General Agents,
i2 SO. ELAWARE AV., PHILADELFHIA, 8 BOWLINQ GREEN, New YORK,


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T5he Fi nest and Fas'test Oai-mengter
i letiemhips Fling the
.9American Flag. ",


401 0 01J0l1001 fiyg.p 184
f o SAVANNAH TO NW YOR.I
,- (Contra! or 90o M~erldiath Time;)'
Kanmas City ......... Puses.,. J'U ly I7. 6 *.) p1) -
_4'( 'J ~ ^ iCity of .Aug.Lksta ...... Sun., July 22,. 7:Wa~ m;'
'lr [P ri Na!iM ~ ^^ ^ ^-',:,ene:.. ........ F",-J^ y ')i^ 7*~
B ,r., ,W Vity of Birmingham.Tue., July24,, :p: .m,
ra., a Cn i. ............Fri.,Jul y,27,12:30 p.m.
'++" .hee .. *.......hursJuly q,2:`l6rp.in',
city rt ; Aurusta .....Tue.,r July ii, ;3:A P.n,
N y of BIrm:,iki ham.Fri., Alife.',3, .7
ianqta City .. ....... S.tm.,Aug. 5, 86 ., .
*& '. *< J lf t! B J ^ cNa0 ooch eeC ........... Tue., Aug. 27,:!b':) a'.-A ,
'W i ""18'1 ^City of Augusta ...... .r.a., .Agg. 10o, 7..'l .. .'
.Ka sas.- City'. ...... Tue.. Auly, ,1,' 400t -.'".
Naecooceh. e






.esni ..............Frt., Au.-p 10, ..J .~l;0 m L. ;i
City of ~~~~~AuguAta ..... Sun.,, A'.~dq'.q.-"
i ~ i' City .of Birro.1,gha DnTue;"'Auw.. 2 4 30 A-ii ',.- .
a .. ...... n., A U. .


Ta lde ah .........Thurs.., Aug. 39, 5.: p, .
Chatyo tahoohee..... Thur., Jug. 26,8_. 3 Pimi

Tallahassee ....... Thurs., July 16, -6:0 p-.r
,Chattdihrooehee...Thurs., Aug. 23,"10:40 a'.M6
tTallahassee- ,.n...Thuri., AugF. 30, 5:0e r P.raM
N:TO PftLAaELPIt.A.
rhs ShNAetlpTE Does Not Carry Passengprr..)
essoua" Ga............... .. t. A gJuly2,n t
Dess,,ug .. ............ TUe., July 31, 4:0013.M,
D~es.soug .............. Fri., Aug. 11), 1:00 pa.m
De-G 7 .. .......... s Me n., Aug.k20, "7:.0 a.n.
De-3Ooug ........... Thurs., Aug. 30, 15M p.n.
There pala, .- Nrs onnecting % oIth the Savannah. Floria a nd Western oo il-
way 4"-^ydro^-w Sho-,rt. rie,. arndgtho F,-ri'datC tral nnd penin)stlar railroad, o er
to the tra'a'velinv Ipul-lh_" and, i pper "1 1 -""" ,intazi-s c'il ,y another line.
'Throu~gh t ;11-1.1+;n: bills of lading i, surd- to [rn'ln ll-al points North, East abdd
N :) r t h e a n -t .@
F-or further Infnrmatlon and reservatlen of rooms, see nearest ticket agent, br
ar-l:,ly to
. 48. ANDERSON, Agent. WALTER. HAWKINS., Fla. Pass A1t.,,
Savannah, Ga., J. P. BECKWITH O er. Agent.
fl. Al. SORRELL., Manager, W. E. ARN,)LL), Gen. Tray. Pasq. Agi.
Savannah, Ga., 71 W'ebt Bay street, Jacksonv~ille, Pal~.

MALLORY STEAM SHIP L!N-90

~~NOW York, R1l1090101i0, B0SI01OndF00 rlRUN.

Sailing from Brunswick,Ga.,Every Friday A.M.
S. S. RIO GRANDE. CAPT. BAkRSTOW.'T
S. S. STATE OF= TEXASOP. Cnt -


E E-ery t'e,:h-,:-. ,Jty an. .. (at an -lard thine) as follows:
WM. LAVVWRENdr'E. C'iT. eWinzlow Fo-I D. H. MILLER, Capt. G. W. 1 Bllupg,
r,-r, \ it. .l-, k .u i t 1. at 5 .:A',1 Ip.m.I W ,l i;,.la Adiitlst S. at I1 a.m.
VM. C A. . .';;.tt. \W. J. iun. SatJr- \M. L.0\VA RENC'E, iurpt. W inlro-w Fos-
Ji. y. Augu.t 4. L t 4 a t n[1. t ,1.!. ;-_aturday, August 11, at 2 p.m.
Ar .l from Baltimore every To,:.-lay &and Friday at 3 p.m
Lowest t.:e-hr anti p pi- -nl '.111 p,-,nt. h'e ].?ht,. j via Ejltinino-e.
The i tdtin,.rt" d-tri -_a.,ahll:," a .1:tpte.] t o transportation of fruits and: vegetables.
Pdi'-.,en,_,-r ., :.onln ,--hl-:tio n U tll+UJpa'?,sed. For fiirther information address
1. J. C'AR.-oLAN. A.ent,. N -V\' AMIB ("-,HEN, Traveling Agent,
S.ivann.ah. Ga., l* \\':?t Bay .tir-et. -Jaf.ksonville, Fla.,
1. C. WHITNEY, Triffic Maii-mr, ". P. TURNER, G. P. A..
];dltI1ore, Md. Baltimore, Md.

niUTTERINE.

Iragress wi ARJORl'S BUTTERINE
_A wer-11)I>y L2knx i n ilflo',. Tri "rovlth Of .Ilkkf,,| ill,_- : d w li'Ilig-4 F.'i f',*ee to ').Ir e .,-Itllti kle nL- --Ap TT E-
eq-%tyi obf eilaarttiliz mbill plaint to)
nq-lnee ". "Iliive j~i-i I iitlo n.ll :l Inl JT I em I
ltllarge alll trylll .ielI,'l,|'ll ,'l,40. '',d', WORLD'S FAIR,
hIn'te null4 %v lingll r rt .-x iR. Ilv-l Itiv t"foI' l t' re,, of
!yloe*. vi<>oIiii % t.I., f "or i 'rue sIn.ter A splendid food product every one
|>prizitliii orliisandcllM. .in itm* idlry" 111>- sh,'oillJ use. 1
Iiiiife%. mil,- z s Iliai'lery eflllile iXK'll. Inkqutries cheerfully answered at
st4rrcolfypi IIIt 4ilriK t. cillir llph Illljl .i n j, i.p ,- P ,
4l.*ine. calliir, ule. inrnit rl o tn-nt 120, ,122 124 West Bay Stfreet
.,ve nr *lhalle|ptme the -t1lte or 1tle <"oUtlh- TELEPIONE NO. 260.-""
exi to pro! ice a h luigher iio of
1,101-k 111111 tha.,t %vkfi,-li ,,e ur,,'ose SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
i4D fillltilooli114.Ih feM ~l-c1.1 ndi1-1 lg Pub.-
lie "iti .* ..I .. WEEKLY IMES-UNION,
Vance PfintiDt Co., 18 West Bay st,,oThe Great Family Paper; Only One
Jackso"Willce, F=a. Dollar a Year, in Advance. "


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WEDNESDAY,


JUGUST 1. 18.94'.


STEAMS HIP LINES. "
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cate, fair-haired daughter, Art, by the
sapphire waters of the inland sea; and
the world never before saw +so magnifi-
cent a shrine. Marvellous transfornma-
mation! From the gloom of the mine, thl
jungle, the stormy sea, emerges this in-
comparable splendor, this city of light.
Why and how, and when and where dYA
Labor create tnis t:,il.,e nd, :le f 11 his c' E
lestial daughter, so tliat al the %V.',0I
was filled ,vith ni'nzement? All tlhe.C
things are told IIn tihe "'-o,),ic o of trnE
Builders," which is line authintl.- history
of the World's I-Fair. by the- men \\\,
built It, of 9.hlch a beautiful popular edi.
tion Is now being sold rapidly to gre.t
numbers of delighted men and "oeierin.

ONE BILLION FEK1T PElH % EAHl.

Tex; Tmlbilh r Cut ,|> n111 11it Rni 141h
RAte-Pro ImetI of I nerctnme.
Texas Is no longer rich in her primevalal
forests," says the New York Everii-ng
Post. The woodman't axe has not spared
the tree, and her fine timber has been
cut doa and sawed up by the local nIit
at the rate of .l,0,0,( ),i.0 feet a year. This
has been going on for the past three :,I
four years, since the northwestern Landu
became denuded and te eyes sir ethE
lumbermene were turned ,.l ovar,.i Texas.
The timber resource:, of thl.. .state; havE
been greatly exaggerated. both by tht.
state offielils and the "timber experts,"
who rode through th1,- country on rail-
roads and gained their Information by
looking out from the car ,% indov*. or
talking with the C:>.nIItry st,-orekeepr-,rt,.
As is well known, the gertt-r p-irt ,:,f
the state Is prairie ItnJ -. ,-,-C the : 1;
countle.z, :nl,-, I n II I ,: a- .c 3 "t im bt.:-r
counties. The tot:tl area? ,of tnese coun-
ies is 31,993 square miles, equal to l2N,-
47i,520 acres. Of course a great deal of
this area 15 devoted 1-) failing. and In
some of these vourtizis tnere is orly s,.fi-
plent pine tm-ib r for l.;.. l use--.. Expert?
in timber state mnat the pineriei ,:or,-
tain from 5.0,.0) to 25,,>,",i feet per a,:re.
.Northern capital h-,a; exterd.-, r.tiiiA1,;,W
through thiz section it, the la-t few-.v
yeais, and ltnber nmills hIa\e been pjlaxnted
along ffie.-:- roald at ;rnuit ,l:t..nlita es. ri.a, :-
ing great inr,-,a,. upon the ,-.nc tr, iekl]-
Ywooded regions 0of the plnerles. \Vftliir
he past five Ne-ars miny countie; that
were 'thickly woodedl haxe ,een aliuib,,
Ontilrely cut over. it i? cE 'tlm ,t.ld that
In, the, forty timber curties thtt i, arce
not 'no.., mnire tha ,.n l n of re,--t,
and- as the m ills atr. %.:ivrig out ,t1a,,:,ut
,000,000,1'W) of te-it a :, r. Texa-: will
soon b jalnioU..t entirelN A a r.tirlre stil.e.
Then Tex~ts will 1:.e imp,,1orting tumb-:r
from other o-ct,:,ins. The e linest are >.,f
both the long -anrd ?h:>t let f';'l V.11letr,--..
The tlrnber i, nrardl, and Is i in the
manufacture :.f furnltur., ,1 it, huin iltng.
Some of' the x- r.nli o.,,l ,lum[,ir,,e -'e -x-
perimeriting with the Iong-le.-fi,-, v.,rlety
for crof.c--tles, a Fprteirei.bl.e to ,o9ak-monloe
durable: tLr-ig sawied, thley furni-n :t more
even suifa.:E t,.ji 1 the ,?wii t ie-. if thl-
experimenit i: a -u':>e- tht ,-'.- t'U..itlOh
of the pinerle-i? vill g,:, on at at more rap-id
rate. Tt,.t: -Wtummpag;e 11 ,5 1. t per a,:re.

'+LIIHT" OF, THE 11"HIAIREM."

Ttiey Rnpl Twro ,Anerican 'l'olllisa
ON eVr th lt e I I l' l 1h l P1 I k41'-.
W hil,-' 0he '.'.-o Xnweilcan', Q- .-srs. Alien
fand Smcatllen. \lo i'-tde a b cycle tOur
around tile world, ere- it, Artdan. .Per-
sia, a rreient from nthe, village Rahn was
annU3LnC.'d, says the Century. In stepped
two mer, bearing a hiuge tray filled ,.iih
niehonr, j'pl'ric tAS, sugar, rock ean.i,, n'jts,
pisatchols, etc., till of which inufi, of,
cours-e., turn ov'C.r to the kahn-keeper and
his servants, and lpay double their value
to the bearer a?; a present. Thi."h ,ollte
method of extortion, xas followed tht
next morning by one of a bolder and
more peremptory nature. Notwithc-tandi-
ing the feast of the night hei.,re at out
expense, and in addition to lurnisliing us
Nith bed clothes, which h %k r.-:ally ought
to have been pald, to nle'[, ht. our oil.+
hs0t now, inalsted upoii three>: or four
prices for his loelgigRs. W' refu-.:-d to pay
him more than a c-e,'tain sum and start,-.,d
to va,?tte the premise-s. ThK-UretO:i:, he
and his grown son caught hold of ouir
bkcl..."I-,. ..emon .tr-ances pro lng" of iio
a:vail, and being unable t0 force our p:..-
sage'. throdgeh the narrow ,.o-rway with
the blcylih-s in our hands, wre dropped
them an'j grapple,1 with outr antagonists?.
Noisy s cul-]e, and ttten a heritvy ft'.ll
ensued, but iucl~tty we \\,:.re both on the
Upper: si,:le. This unusual ,distiirbauiCo. nowx
brought out the Inn~ate-_ ,.,t the adijoniny
a ntero~om. In a moment a fnutter of gar-
ments find the.n--a cr'-'t>hilig of our Ipth
helmets tbene,,th the blor.." >of pok,;.rs and,.
andtrqns. Tire villajgers, thu- aroused,-
camne at .last t.; our re,-:u.,,?. andi at once
pro'ceed<,d to patch tup a cormp.ronmse..
This, in view of the Amazonian reln'f,_rce-
ments, \'.h,:, w,-re stanriiiig t:,y i r,a'li-
aless for a .?.>:-,nd orset. 9,,c 9.,re mote-
than p]-a..-ed t>,, aiCccept. From this In-
glorious icoral:,t .e e.'irre onf withoilt s,-
r lous inju!-.y, b!!t lt!h tho-'e g_ntle poker
taps wi-re kitock-d, out f,-rev'er ail the=
sweet ,delusions of the "'Lighit ,of the'
Harem."

3 VO PLOT IN THlE PL IV.


flow an illu<.ky Poet Erenpled Be-
ixendiag_ in Earl.v Englhnd.
"Nothiig ucceedi? like 'i.tc.-'e-," ruris.
the, proverh, hut thit f'etn- tims wvh.rn
a. lack 0or -U,-'-'-t- hat b-i-ef of ,zre.tt V.tlU=.
In the tin. .. ,-, -4-* i ,ii-am Ill. M r. Tr-ri-
deuham '. a p ,:, \ t.tk n I.",,'e' tr..:,
Earl of Nottingallm Oii U--pi,-I,!i n [of litv-
ing. tre*.-'.,) i.i, [ p .i '. "I -kni only ui
poet," prot.h-t h,_-f le,.,.,r mnt", andi the-t'.
.pages ar'% ,:.t-,I.y m T., r,:,Uj;l:1.% k tcshI.-
play."
!The c rl, h.:,^ -, '. r, car-fulty l,,ri l
o1ver tht [ ,|": in, ,lUv:ti.-,n let-ire 1il,-r-
ating th,i po-er. F ,;itliy li, r,-uItiit,, th.:
heets-to the ,a-Ight,-1 author.
."T havE hc-ir,.lud :'oir .-' ttL iriii-i.' ;,i.l
the ear], l t. i : ,'d I I'.n !.-.tl y,_,,.ir
play. AF I -.:uin'r.,. ii,.i. thle l.:--i t tra.:c' of
a "plot Il ittuer the Oh,= .-'r ti'i ,.otlt,-r
you ma.,y g,-, rve=."
.W ith .hi- ; i.hit]:i.tt:r l' tribl., t,- to I .i- I1[-
:,:-..?,-. ''(:i : tilt-- p. -t .it 11't,1. 1 \ lth Ii I.I,.,t-
.oi-. play.

A ,.-rtdiii ki:n l u of ri. u-ii c-> .,m Li.(t n
(q r~tli-,"i te 'n .. .-l.l 7-. Ill t .r.:,-- ii._- l .:>,,' : *- -t
OiN, ] It' I iL ,f-t II- l. It I. ,: : .:A .I[I ,L I I ll
to m1 U ttI .I x"I'. rl.';.ji.

i +B ut oin- I,.' %-,,-it .. ,-,l -ti..n r .J in ,~.--
Lo t 'I n :,Liit-'. fi. 6 .-1 i ill th'" i.It'A t ,,On'
nmonth-, i ,.t ,.'-*.. 1.it, ..no -, r ,, r ni.n) t
thi.klny ,.. .t,?.l ;n tlh .. Jij-ir ,.: .-- r .tt,-.

Don't ;ire nil tie le iAl1.
So -.av, th,... w h,-, h3T lni *.,:;.,erleri:,..|
;t< .-.in-,,=! [*r-_ ll_ :.:m(-e-lie,''. ad ,,I -, th,-lr .i,--
,4p.tiz a i.: rr'..-n, .li to i]^ I-I Ho te:tel". .:;t,:,n -
;tch EMtterri !".:.r tnr-, co,- ,l'in,- e1 'il-- ii _
,_-,m [,l-in l. d]\ t'r|.'-[id ;ith, il'r_e_-iltlt.i ,i\ i [
c.h.- tb -..-l~. F rLlitful o(, 1 IenPll t ItI- Lr-. L it-
t'-r-s In n-r larlil, rh,-_in- tlc a ;tnd.. !;lI,]-n
tr,:.ibill- 'lli l .r%'. o lIh,- i -. [_ze- thel- r-l'_.tt
rernd/, w'.th l~eivif.t.-nce.

Children Cry for
.-t~ e .-st ,E'.


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WALL PAPER AND MOULDINGS.
, FRE INSTRUCTioN:. fr in I -




U1NC-LE JuHN 23. TiX;N-,I vw.-Liits
delegat-es to -i ll on him at Metrr-poli-
tJn Sahlon, East. _B,,.y street. nfar N'3 -
I ndn. H-? V.ill 1ilx -liemn th- best ,.lririk
they i.ver tastei. ahd vwii %L1 ve them the
be9t liqltuor3 an.] eig,-r. u-:, be found atnv-
wher-. t- 'a:il on hill an J take a drink
before yot- L o tu thea crc.enti:,ri. and
you will r,?el firs t-el.a all dua Tt,-.re
i.- only olne Togni, an-i he makes the
best ml\x-d drinks in the worl.
TWELVE :I-(INE-RED dollar t,) lo03n on
city property. W. B. Clarkson. Per-
son? wishingg to lerWl or borrow, money
should see me.
FURNITURE, PIANOMM moved with care.
Paek and ship to all points. Prices low.
The Cleaveland Furniture Co., 415 to 427
West Forsyth street.


four Wun Beaten,


LONDON, Eng., -July 31.-In the house
ofcommons today Sir William Harcourt,
chancellor of the exchequer, the govern-
ment leader, moved fine closure of the
debate of the evicted tenants bill and
to apply the guillotine to certain sections
in order that the business of the session
might be finished by August 9.
A. J. Balfour, the conservative leader,
protested against what he classed as
"unprecedented gagging," and moved, as
an amendment, that the house regretted
the adoption'.of methods which deprlvad
the minority of Jts just rights.
The motion and the amendment caused
high feeling In the lobbies of the house.
The Irish members were not pleased and
they expressed a fear that the. course
pursued .by the grvernmen~t would furnish
the lords with a. reason to, reject the
bill. "+ <'


The Magnificent Steamships of This "Line Are Appointed

to Sail as Follows:
Caalinal at Charleaton, F3. C., Both W/aym.


From New York,
[Piera20, E.R ]
Tuosdav, Jne -N, at 3:00 p m
Friday., & at 3:,: Tiupsdsy, July A, a.L :-3:,n') p m
Ffit.tA, tt 1:11) p m
Tupr.&, L L at *.:(X p nM
F:IL.,iL, 1.3, t ']:h p m
Tueod y, L41" -t ':-i'I p M
Fr~iday, 2''1 at "i;,'i p' m~
T iJier'y, -i 'It '.*i p r
Frd -;v, ';; fit ..,) p m
TIueO!Jty, ill, ai. :JIi'i u ru


STANDARD TIME.]
STEAMER.
........ ALGONQUIN ........
........ EMINULE ..... ....
......... CHEROKEE .........
........ ALOONQU IN .......
........ IK< l( I-I l-"..... .....
......... CaH UIvEE.........
........ ALGON(,U tN...... ..
.... .... IRO(i"iLTIS .... .....
.........CflIeROlE .........
........ AL(,ONU IN.. ......
........ .SEMINOLE .........


From Jacksonville.
Florida.
July I, at 2:00 pm
i "5, at 6:00 a m
8, at 9:30 a m
12, at 12:06 n'n
15, at 2:00 p m
19, at' 5:30 a m
**,at 7. :30 a M
siG, at 11:00 a m
'9, at 1 :1i) p m
AtHg. ., at ::) a m
6 6, at 7:30'-"i.


EDUCATIONAL.


Sunday,
Th ursday,
Snnday,
Thursday,
Sunday,
Thnraday,
Sunday,
Th urAday,
sunday,
Tbtjrmaay,
Sunday,


Balfour's amendment was rejected by a
vote of 217 to 174C Harcourt's motion was
then agreed to without division.
in the debate, Balfour spoke with great
warmth, and predicted that the house of
lords would certainly reject the bill. He
nlso referred to the Irish public as the
suffering dupes of their representatives
In parliament, who only desired a quarter
of a million of British moneys to eke out
the Paris fund. The speech rwas contin-
ually greeted with cheers ..+andradical
crtes.
Morley followed Balfour,, but the con-
fusion,. became so,great while, he was
talking that his voice could not be heard.
CbOitney, who was In, the chair, finally
restored order, and made a dignified
appeal for compromise and conciliation,'
blaming both, sides for their irreconcila-i
'blp attitude upon 'an Urgent question.
Labouchere .described the debate,.as an
exhibition of fire-works. He, said that
Irishmen were dissatisfied with the turn
of events. ; .1
It is probable that the effect of the
adoption of Sir S"illiam Harcourt's mo-
tion Will shorten, the ,debate on 'the bill
In coommltte 'of the whole by a week.
The guillotine does. not apply to the de-
bate on the third reading of the meas-
ure. and the conservatives ,are resolved
to challenge them to final dclslon.
The whole of thie 'Irish party upl,0rt-,l
tlhe government in. the dlvl'.-ion on Vtr
Balfour's amendment. Courtney, abstained
from voting on the amendment.
SCOURED BV CIHOLERA.
+Fact Cpoc EinltomP nll, of Sanlllr IMeiisiiert.
LONDON. A 1t1t l.Ih -'I h,? <"hi onli-le'
)"; correspondent at Vienna says that cholera
V" ham been raging for a. week In several
districts of tile duchy of Buko%%Inl. The
fact has hlthcrto been concr-ali..I in &-Y:, -!
td'yprevent the n-nforcemert of stwicarv
measures, The 'authorities, who are re-
sponsible 'for the secrecy, will be prose.'
cuted., Yesterday there were twenty-five
new cases at Saybusch. and eighteen at
D Bucae. The disease Is spreading rapidly
*i+ n Poland. :
ENGLISH FAR 5MER ALLIANCE.
'it Promises to Cut 1 F1rlwure In' the
..' 'Coming" 131cotlrtn,
LONDON, .Tuly 51.-Lor1 WIVnchelsoa,
preslilng at a meeting of the Agricul-
tural unilon, 'today said that 156 parlia-
mentary candidates An: the. coming gen-
eral election were/ pledged to support
the; unionL and that/{16 others partly sup-
pokted the organization. This, he -,said,
promised a strong party in the house
of commons, Independent of ordinary
party lines and. caring solely for, the
farming interests. : ;
SICILY IS: NO-i" Q, UIET.
'ltnllull Goreri, nn t Decides to Rtaise
the Sinte.of Siege.
ROME, Jily 31.-The'-ministty has de-
cided to 'raise the state of siege in
Sicily and the necessary decree. will, soon
be, issued. .General. Morra di Livrian0,
who was appointed military governor of
Sicily when the siege was proclaimed,
wil-be reared for .his services with a
hl&h decoration and will be- given the
command of the Sixth army corps, with,
headrWuarters at Bologna. ': .
PREFERRED TO DYNAMITE.
Practical. Use of an Unexperienced
Wifely DBiscuilts. ;
1 The tramp+ rounded up at t he, kitchen
Door "and founid: the lady of the house
1 ) washing dlsh.c-s. She was in the first six
months of matrimony and housekeeping,
and she was learningg> hbw to, save money
for her husband, and get the house paid
for quick, says the.,Detroit Free PreE-s..
*o0d morning, lady," remarked the
trtamp, as if he had vis'fted the locality
at some previous period, though he didn't
think of it till, he saw her.;,:: .
"Good morning," she responded, al-
mrhost with a twitter, she was feeling so
pleasant. "I suppose you want something
to.eat this morning?" '
JI wouldn't object, lady."
"You remember.-when you were here
two v.eeks agc- T gave you a hatful of
biscuit that I ma,-:- myself, don't, ou?"
"' He had rea-ll.\ forg,:,ttiiri, but all of a
sudden he reminiib-,ed, and remeraberedl
very distinctly,'.,. "
*h .()L.ye,+ lady,', he said "with a ga.-:p.
+"I remember, and I come back this
rnurnmng for some-r~ore just hik them "
-,' es,+ .he continued, .but. with an+ evi-
dentf intention 0f;'not wa-iting,/."yes,,. I'd
Jike .to0.hay.sonae +.more oif+ the. same
.. > heft. TlAey. were the finiest thilii;-; to..throw
+ /'t at dogs I ever come across. I guess, T
r ,'\ must hia\e killed a ,1,:zen ,:logsq ,With that
lo+ 1 t. you gav,'^- r'>e. .Ji.-it the- ltchtL siZ, a ,i.l
haIiT to tbro~v wveil. Go ahe-a,]+, I'l watit
+ till you Lome? back." BuJt h-, did not wait.

.- A 'roii-%Vorn H'.-r,.
\rt 1..- tir ,]ciugl'ite!" ,:.rf Lab.:,!. Bethold
illnh djt'k ah,1. swarthy. T'. ih hr :,itt-_.'
arms. lerp[Fr-rIlrii ft,-'ev, grini f,",:tLtid'*-.,,- avl
e-le.ir, strong e.vc-?, ,.el\'iviii iii the: itill/:_.
t;tUlii'jering upon Lhu3 at,','il, frillre tr_=
iu lthc primev.al fure-st, sailing v.hit_--
\iugt,.1 tahlp-- acro+- th re.ring the.*'g~lgaunitc *frame-viork. ,->. l,.i:i-
aces and etupt-m eei, oe t O ultlU tn'L riuh pI" 1-
terres and1 rose-fi~tr,:lcis, h'im'il[ *1>-':?|, iti


the flame an d smohe. the ml.irk ar.1i mjr':..
the storm and s.tr.es!, humel;y. but n.:,lc,
grimy, but brave;, the hero f,.,rcc .:.f the
Snineteenth .century. As.? *if' l-iuilling' a
dwelling of'.'Ivory and opal for hl.e duli-


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iVM MEILT ,.UNIVERSIW,
NASHVILLE, TEN N"".
lNoll'Sesion opens September 19th.
Full gradu-tto ;, vWe l u; unid.-r grritau.to
c rO Ses.' '" r7eu FellowrtiiPPi for ,'olli- g -raii-
ates. .Seven th.l-partnrmot--Ac-.d\caiel-, En-
finenring, BlljJ'lcal, i.jm*W, Pltat cn;>tu ,nl.
r~lent Il, Medlcutl. Fully alalU I)ppl hlb and niuseuni,. S'ntd fUj Caitaihoue.
Wl"LS WILltIAAlIS, Sicreltary.


Bous and Youn Mn
OF. F--"L-O R ID/k:
Do you witht ;tn c,1,I,-niion a.il a fl,',
ri:e through 1%%o .t tt,-.s? If t -o. 4 ,lire-'Ir
at 0_n,:'.' FINANCUIA.- XG A NT.
_-,thf. Mal. Colki,',. ,i',thh,-ri, GJa.
County pap,=-.rS phiale ,[.y.
Kp., .vh;l l'rpares for (,o,-err,-
lprnt Acadl mlps, I-ul
M ilitary Acar d myv ,,,r.tall ,,,a B ..ddr >,
,llltl aiPLU nr ,: nalOL'iieR (a.l1r,+d
Virginia. i., 1, ^ U^il_'0.

WASHINGTON & LEE
UNIVERSITY, Lexin0-on, VirgInia.
Academic : Law. Engiueeriug. Open.,
Sept. 1i. For caLahloiie address
G. W. C. LEE, Prwiidcst.
RAILROADS.






For the Benefit of the Trav.
eling Public.
J., T. & K. W. RAI.LRO.AD.
Leave Jacksono'lvlle 9 at ti9.1, a.m. for Green
Cove Spr|nq3. Palhtka, Sanford, Gaines
vill . I;II. la. riando. iN isimmse, Tampb
and Priita Gordia.
Leave Ja.<>,n\illf at "',...,11 p.m. for Green
(:,:,e,-, p;.-l.ttka, Titu.-i l, t.?. Tavares, ]anhio, I. t.-iinince, Tam .i a and Bartow.
Lea,- jA.k.,:.r\ilhe at '5" p m. for Green
Cve. Palatka, Sarn ford, Orlando and
Ta in pa.
All ,-laily except the ,8:550, which is dally.
except Sunday.
S.. F. &k \ RA.tIL'VAY.
Leave Jack.?..,r,\lle a.m. for Savannah.
C-'harle ,-,lj, l\I...con, A tla ,i.ta. "l ,-.r ,r -
m'1-, .ontgornmer:.y, Mol,il, New Orl'le n-i,
St. Louis. Wt'a !|ng U:in, Philadelphia,
New YorK and ,tmcl -atl.
La.a.? ;J,.k,,n\]l pa: y p.m. for WNay-
cr..is-, SL%-3v nrnih. Ct-l'arl'-t,,n. Richmond.
WnVasninjj t,,n, altiniore, 'hiladelphic, and
New York.
L_.ave Jacksonville 7 .vmn. for Brunswick,
J-.ip, Ma-,,n, Atiesta. tnattatiooga,
Cincinnati, St. Louip and Chicago.
11(. C. & P. VAILWA|.
Lea\e 7.,0 a.m. f,:,r ftAiannali, Columbla
Wa-iingt,:,n, New Yofk and all Northern
pi,,nts.
Leave 9.:30 a.m. fo.,r Lawtey. .'tarke,
H aniurton. <;.'iiit,,__\'ille. (_'e-.i r [:..y tC-eala,
Tam pa. *ih,| .1-'i,'r- I'"Ifew K -y WVeo t.
L,;ave 1:'.". p.m. :,r "-'4 ann-A n. Co:,lu.mbia,
\';ashingtun, New York and all Northern
points.
Leave 6.3" p.m. for L-ke City Macon.
Atlanta. Cnattari.:,oo a.. Na ;.h\ Ille, SL
L.,-ul9, Kani-s >'it;.'. v-'l c:'igo, Taliaha-i
s-,e an.] all ihtt-rmneLiate points on
Weqst,-i n di'.iil':,n.
Leave r,', [, p f.-,r Tamra. n."il:lnx con.
ne,-h,,M \vit!i- Satl.f,-i.,] and S t. Pt_rzbura
ra dlr, 1a Ilo ,j.:I iu t 7 F ,)rI..Ia ?rnroe.-tiong
Le t,.e 4 4 .11. t".:.r T 1_tir,.-i ? -,- Pensa-
c,:,jl.t, ll,-,b.,iie an.1 N,-w ,-'rleanra.
Le-ave h:45 a.m., Sunday only, for Fer-
n, 1i li "4.
Le,v,. !:::,'" p.m. for Fernandina.
Le-av.- r.:'10 p.m., except Sunday, for Fer-
nandlna.
ST. AUGIUSTINE RAILWAY.
Leave Ja,'_k.".nvillie for St. Augustine at
S'1i,, a.m. anI t '.1u p m. Tht? Su4:1 n.m.
train :,ta thiruugn to West Pa'm B,-t,:r,.
Tbe .Z;j ij.hd ouly ,a4l f.r a aw S&. Auguw-
!('IV&


REAL ESTATl.
REAL ESTATE bought, sold, exchanged;
cit. and ,ljurlJen prop-i-rty for sale.
Mon-y to loan. T. H. Lhiln'gston, room
S, Smith building, Jacksonvlle.
A. J. HEDRICK, real estate and loans, 78
\e.t Forsyyth street. Agent for RI\'ER-
SIDE property. Lowest prices, best
terms and perfect title.


WANTED.
THE OLD RELIABLE RENT collecting
and real e-tate agency; established
twenty years, Property bought' and
sold. Money to loan. JaCkson & Mur-
phy, 112 \ est Bay.
A YOUNG lci.'i, seakiii ,3erdllrh ti and
EngisIh, musical.,waml? pol-tton Suit-
al,- u_ t,, h,-r e 1i,:. t:,ir ahn Id hilltic':. A,1-
,.l'r.: i'.;., ] i~tle-[-- l'iun o,_A n .
WVANTED-A g-. ,1o,.i mar, to n.as-ist i-, very
nh,. .t,:t L t4 porte-r. A,..lWr,->i \\., \'hiLe
s(l li'g ;. F i .
\VANT'EL,--S'alesm.n. to handle -a vc.ry
autr,-it:ti\- ,nSi.id'oll .tl.,[e F ,e ii'? ; s.-ils
h, thi e ld-rk inalrtt ,ii-l the iiv.,_rv ti -,
i.s i-v'.v.' andl In gi-vl'a.t ,Jnd- /il,.l. Por par-
ticulnrs ;,..,tr3s r,\ t!, S.S uk r .''e it'e.
Minn.


RALTES OF PASSAGBi.--
fJackonville to Cabin. Inter. Stber, Bzcurlolt.
Nslew York ............ $^-1.50 r.0 1ig".60 $40.80
p~hJwojephis .......... 4.50 19.50 14.25 4. A
Boston ................ 24.50 19,10 14.2,5 4",30
--PROPOSED 8AILINQI--
Lv. New York, Pier 21, BP. 2 pam, [Standard Time,] Lv. Brunwlctk,
JrUV271U ........................... RI" GBANDII ................ ........ Fri. Augnst 3
t 3 .... .. ....................... STATE OP TEXAS ....................... Fri. Auguet 10,
RANDB ..........................Fr .A A ugiUst1.
OF TFX AS................. ...... Fri. AnguBst24
GRaND .........................Fri. AuguB 81.
mY THURSDAY, 4.30 P.M. QOIIt&DINOAT
P.. EVB1RBTT OITY AND M. T., V. A Ql,
WITHOUT TRANSFER.
o rates, etc., apply to agents of the
0 CLIA. DAVIES, Agt.,
77 %T". Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
H. H. R.AYMO(ND, Gn.neral S,,thern Agent, Brunswick, Cta.
C' H. MALLORY & CO., General Agents, Pier 20, E.R.,and 362 Broadway, r;. T.


MERCHANTS' AND MINERS' TRANSPORTATION COMPANY'S


\V.N T]. i-- jitu.-tiin l-,y man ,t' li['t,?--r
ye-Ar e="X [t.-nr' i e i.:,=, i11 *-_*I i:" e-r y hu,. I n -'s..
.\,.:,.r ? P. u. Fo)x 42',. St. Au&U'tine.,
Fl-i
,"A\NTED-At ,E>.-\Witt's cabbnt and car-
pc-m, -r ,. uh ':, ..-', all kirn.lc of Y.:.'j.:lw' rK,
fir I[h] li r- r.[i ,11 1 1,'. 11011 ?';I-? .AIt kinds ofI nard 9.,>.d on hand. 54
F.:,c.r th .-ti-c-t.


SIT i .%'F,,N -.\NTE-,-A \yr,- thg inin
V. It n. ,O rn il,.-trr e in L -ri.?r,,.e in the
h *I I'- ]% 1 L['-:- l,]. 3r ,].:-1' S; ,.' i_,C Oit IlOn in
Lh-,.t [ ,hn ur .Ity kindL of v. ,.-rk. E!--;t
r-,> I'1 ,_ I en-,-i. A.A Jdr,.- H, :'i-I r:' i\' ,:*."
thr ,:, ..-i. ..


.1


"'ANTED-The marble dealers ti Floe-
ld: an-il G-egia to know that wt- have
a lii ; -n:,r. 0_ of rt !',i .:: tl itor zIni-nn
and zlalj5s raady for Immediate ship-
nt,iit. Scnd for designss .:,f Itali.n .-tat-
uiarNy. J ack,-u'ivllle Ma rble cornpdany,
jobbers.


FOR SALE.
F^-t'-I- .A[ALE--^'iir" lIx pojl r_,l~ilc, ,,:,nllp]'-l
.,'tl i t. 1 -* a l, ;a t tli- Jti.el.;. iohvi]lie IBle .- '
al ,,I' \V, l !'!,-" t .',-.

FI:-; F .\LE-01-J[p f.:,r ,ar-h, four,'te-t-
n ,,.,i,- t.i',,l th !', -_ |h,:,! ;c; i f. rI <- '\ y ,
:.;ry, ,_..,-i]I I F la .


CTt_,FPiLUG:ATE[, Iron f:r ro,:,inna, 2.7.'1 per
.-.,1 ia re;. Tir re,= -l'l rlv F'e\ ir t-\ oo ]n -.,
.1;1. W. i,,-r '..|.i \V. T _Ott r.
FOR SALE-At. board of trale, one naph-
tlIa laun':'li anid flurnislhing-3, one se'x-
tant, o,. e tran-it. out- letter press, onle
Natiio r-l tt ewrlt,-r, one oil stove.
Charle-s H. Snmlth, secretary.


FOR REfNT.
(O-F]7'I,'I"-' '1', RENT--,'ool, ,-,nv-,n\icnt
on.| in ,1I- -ir.Lti)14- l,,,?itii,.,ll. In'|lji't: ,ol
F l J r, 'i, i : ^ '.rv ii ;'L' n!,..l I ii'., 5i.[rr:en t C.O.,
ul'l-:,^'te g,',v-rlnnieiit bhil,:llng.
FOR R'ENT-r-'n-ly furriirhed rooms. fn.D,'
T-r 9.v,-k till No\venber 1. Free bths.
,5(,he hotel.


MUSIC.
FRANK .East\V. |THA :.t,3 East Adalin
.'*tr'?:t, .' i ,ii-_'t t[ri,1 ch li -m a zni t -r at .it.
J,-.,nr \'s 1'E ',- l r iE i. T.. .'lwhe -.-f
\Vl'.: .! I_ I tI l .-I[e_' ii rlh nt.1 I 'mT is,.i.C. \V"L, a lI
1l -.. ,i', i -. 7 -.,?; [,i-t 'i 11 "' l ^ '^-,]i "* IT'4 ?


SPECIAL attention pai-I to bSables and
children at Wi'denAffths new photo-
graphic studio, Ocean aad. Ba;y streets.


J. & A. RAILWAY CO.
In Effect Monlday. A,ril 23, 1894, nt
10 O'clock n.m.
DAI LY-(Ex.,-epting Stund'ivi. leave Jack-
so-vile at lu.t., a.m. and] 5 p.m. Leave
Pablo at 7-"11 a.m. and yon,.m.
SUNDAY--L,.,,e .lack ,:,nville at ir, a.m..
;- [I i.. i 1.! t'. pP.mt. Luivo' PaIblo at 11AlXl
a.m., 1 p.m., 5 p.m-t. r.d 9 p.m.
J- W. AllO lE.11.BALTD Qgr re., & Gen. 3&9r.
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BALFOUR MADE AN EARNEST PRO-
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Biut Liberalk Had tile Votea and Bal-


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iP\.and. Mo>rija.
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of music:. An iJn-itlt~ i.iiO ot orl r.V .
F aC-tl.1 :'. r .. r, I' -f ,th,: L -A-. .: n ,-I-
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n-i.,?h t ,.1 l' hy -.'-i.: I C rll'i =.. \1tlit M i[ lir.-i ',.
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MUSIC HOUSE.
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True ..*

"The man that hath no music in hi.est1lf,-
N,or is not, moved with concord,0 of i.t
s o u n d s ,. : '
Is fit for treason, strategems and spoils.",
-Music is well said to be the- sp--,?) of
angels; in fact, nothing anong, th.. ut-
terances allowed to man iz '.-It to te Bo
divine. It brings us near to the infinite;
we look for moments across the cloudy
elements, into the eternal sea Of l]4h[.
when song leads 'and inspires us. Thii,
production .of such music is ..-i...-n.1:-nt
largely upon the instrument'-.1i.1. It y.ou
buy ,a cheap rattle-trap your %N1f1ort 1 will
only gain you the ill-will of your neigh-
bors. Purchase a peerles_ C'(-,1!,.,VLR
PIANO, world-renowned FI 'F PI-
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"Jacksonville, Fla.


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Jacksonville, Fla,


a corpjra-
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of Duval
the com-


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State of F.,loid
--TRANSACTS. A-

GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS


A-ecounts of B3ankers, -M.:-r.:-hant.m Manu-
facturers and. Inli\x ,.l .-l ..,li.:.it,:.,.


Designated United States D1p-r._vitrv ind
Financial Agent .of: the Governen-it.


Capital and Surplus, $190,000.00
Issue our ,own drafts to all th? pprinci-
pal. cities in Great Britain. irel n pl-
and, Belgium, France, S'A tzerl:n'J, Italy,
Spain, PIortugal and Germany..
JeaclsonvJille, JFla. -


BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES.

0 .................. 0 ...... ...... .. 1

o The Brn nswichki Bnllq-Collv-n-0
<1ar Co. Itilliilrd and Pool Tla- o
oh1em, Bar Fixtures <-oohlrm. etc. o
r0 E. TA,%ITS|_%r`N '. %gtent. o
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BRICK. $111GLES, ETC.

BRICK(, BRICK, BRICK.


;"h).,,,,n I-i:tii Flor;.]I. rick from OtUr O n
Kilns at
Greatly Reduced Prices.



Shingles. Shingles.

3,:0.'N,,) First Quality ShihgIh-3 at

Greatly Reduced Prices.


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^ REMITTANCFS boldbemde byCec,
Postal Note, Money Order, or Registered Letter.
Address THE. TIMES-UNION.
JACKSONVI.LLZ, PLA.


JACKSONVILLE. Fia., August 1. 1894.


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In Duval county speaks poorly for lhel eNasta i.',ounties that opposed them, silk samples, a circular illustrated with
opinion these committeeman have of tit-,, though unquestionably the regulars, and Pictures' of ladies with freckles, a rem-
merits of the Claim of the Dance delcga- spir'ported by a large majority of-the nant of yellow elastic, two garter clasps,
dlon. The friends of this deleafatio ,lc-mocrats in the two counties were de- a lead, pencil and finally a shirt waist
wnuld have insisted on in Invstigation r "1 and told tpat t pttern. IIf tiis betrue, the big" sleeves
.%"I se-itqnd told that the committee,
if thpy had not known that the result on credentials must decide the -contests. v ,I : ap shoplifters.
would have been damaging to their eAc- : :i, -: : (1crIR !.FOR INDIGESTION.
t "' Actor-Wh-,en I am acting I forget ev-
,,.' ( : .... rvthing aboi-it me. I .see nothing but
RULE AND RUIN. *.. *- ** ,. *_ .,
U AD RUN"" .. role. T,,- public disappears entirely.
Where a question is decided by a corn- 7 -.jingso they showed that Friena--I don't wonder at that .
petent 'tribunal, after listening to they had no regard for principle-that I" Mrs. 'r'.wt.ai,--Yes, Patrick, that is my
and weighing all the evidence produced, they considered only partisan advant- picture.; but it flatters me a little. Pat-


t age. By their conduct the majority of rick-II \oul.i have to flatter you a good
t the executive committee, not only for-d--al. mu, to, look as Well as you do
felted their claims to the respect ,:.o'f my n9um-Boston Transcrpt.


S hne--'I m aoing to the mountains ior
t the su rner.
He--'h'," mo-untains?"


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RECALLING THE, TROOPS.
No Further Trouble Feared by Chi-
cnago Authorities.
CHICAGO, ill., July 31.-As a result of
a conference between Mayor Hopkin
and Vice-President Wickes, of the Pull-
man company, Adjutant-General Orendorff
and Assistant Adjutasnt-General Bayles,
held today, it was decided to call home
eight of the twelve companies of state
militia composing the First regiment now
doing duty between Fordham and River-
dale. Three of the four companies which
remain will be stationed at Pullman. This
will leave about one hundred soldiers in
charge of the town. Mr. Wickes does
not expect any 'trouble.
The announcement was made today at
the meeting of the American Railway
union strike committee that there would
be no parade of workingmen on the
occasion of the return of President Debs.
Secretary Keliher received.-oa telegram
from him saying he would arrive in
Chicago tomorrow morning. Arrange-
ments were begun to have a trades union
reception and have a parade, but permis-
sion to use the streets for, the latter
purpose was refused by the mayor. A
committee will receive him at the depot.
He comes to attend the delegates con-
vention,' which begins next Thursday
morning at Ulrich's hall, to take some
action in regard to prolonging the strike
officially or decla.-ring it off. The constitu-
tion will probably be changed so as to
admit any workingman to membership in
the American Railway union.

Strikers Sentenced forC0ntempt.
PRESCOTT,_ Ariz., July 31-John Mur-
phy, an Atlantic'and Pacific striker, 'was
sentenced to -sixty days in jail for con-
tempt of court for attempting"to prevent'
men, from working in the company's
shops at Winslow. T. A.' Brophy, an ex-
conductor," and Jo!in' Lyons,' a former
engineer of the road were given the al-
ternative of sixty days in jail or giving
a $500 bond to keep the peace and refrain
from interfering' with"r the present em-
ployes of the company.

WEATHER BULLETIN.

The Weather Bureau furnishes the fol-
lowing observation's, taken at, the same
moment of time 8 o'clock, p.m., 75th me-
ridian time) at the stations named: .
DEPARTMENT OF AGICUIiLTTB, )i
WBAITHER BvOEAu,
JACKONVILLX, PLA,.,..1uiy 241, 1894.1I
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Bism a.rck, clear .......' *' 2. ; .' ],41 -' ....
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1' t r.-.- ll~an ufXV a,.1tuL1,- ,:,tf any arti,_l. or
', lm ,p.,,:]ity w h;nts.,iex-^i i:', r. qtii.te?lt.,iE.
*',.,r,,..*F,,-.|n,] wil h th-- und-r.-'ignej, wh,_,
o r 1. tn arin 5ti I. i.ti, f I tf,:,r thi--. f ,rth-
- Illin I "*'v [ ..,-.I.: .-. J:- ,-I-. *ivil+." T his is i
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hie Kl n-i hI I ..,f pytthi:t- ha; ,,,nII. % liil,
h,.v v'. ill tatke t,. \V\ashin nt,:.I It I.lh an-
nual to!. _,Tii e.li. \ e'. r,: \. i :] t,:,day ]
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the decision is received with respect
and Is generally acquiesced in without
a murmur by all parties concerned.
Where the tribunal refuses to listen to
evidence and decides the question mere-
ly on. prejudice, the decision is entitled
to no respect and receives none.
When the contesting delegations from
Duval county appeared before the
committee on credentials, appointed by
the state convention., yesterday, ton
minutes time was given to each sidle
for oral argument. This was. afterwards,
extended to twenty minutes. Thero
was no possibility of an argument, cov-
ering the questions Involved. In that
time. The time assigned might as wvell
have been two mrinltes or two', seconds.
The assignment uf such a. short time
simply meant that the committee had
decided the question before entering the
committee room.
On behalf of the stralghtout delega-
tion Mr. Fletcher protestd against
two members of the state ex,,:-uti\,
committee, Messrs. Chiple,. and Mac-
Farlane, who had a-lready voted against
the claims of the straightouts without
permitting them to introduce any
proof, being permitted to sit on the cre-
dentials committee. It waz manifestly
wrong-it was an outrage nn every ap-
pearance of fairness that these nlen
should have been permitted to
sit on a commit tee whose duty
It was to review their own decisions.
The protest was noted, but the men
who had already decided the ,-lU Stion
without Investigation, remained. a:..
again toolk part in deciding It without
investigation.
On the credentials committees was a
member from Duval county. taken frown
the Dancy delegation. The contenttemt in-
volved his right to a seat on the com-
mittee, and even to a seat in the ,cn-
vention. Mr. Fletcher protested
against his remaining on the commit-
tee during a contest which was to set-
tle his cown case. Anl regard for fair-
ness would have prevented thd commit-
tee from permitting him to remain and
take part In the discussion. Any re-
gard for decent appearan,-..3 would hv-te'i
prevented It. The ,committe noted
Mr. Fiet,_-hi.r's protest and then ig-
nored it.
The committee de(idd,:. that the pa-
pees of" both sides he filed
with the qonlmi t tee f,.,r ref,|'-
ence. They were never referred
to. They were nevcr lo,,ke, at. They
were never considered. When a motion
was made to s-:at the Dancy dl,-lgatlon
threat members refused t vote. ieeause-
thbey had not. bee 'ln permlUed to hear
any, pf t-he evl(1eno,_?., Mr. C0h;rpley aild
thait all had read all the -%'ideitce In
the two morning Jacksonville par, ers.
Abo, a week ago. he said over hli
sign lure that hi-, never rd ,-ofe Of
t'he papers narn-d. If he did not. he
had read only one sld,.. One ,,f Mr.
Chipley's stat-rn1.-nts wa? nmanlfe._tly
false. Whi.,h was it?
Aft,-r the. Duval e-ase had been de-
,lided without, hearing evidence, thp
<:,rses rtf thv othi two ontestin im-.iiin-
ties were called up:,. and th,: e i\.l:lel.,e
was heard. Then fli.crdi ,:f thl- maj.,-r-
ity of th,:- co,,nm ittee ill these:.,- c,untic-4
.31.1 not hcihave ,prirna l'.-,ie ,cases. T.o,
have refused oI list,=n to,, ,vid,--Ih:e
%% ,:,uld have ,-,pera ated agaiitt the-
wishes of the factli,,n in ,:,ontril. an,:I
so thtey al:,and,-:ned th.- lire, ,_,],|'it they
had set and ad,.,lt,_-d th ',-,ve-se
Frnm h beginning to e.nd the- maj.,-rit\
of the credentials conmmniltee acte,?d in
utttr disregard ,:of ihl rights ,.,f th.
pe ple., of all prineilples if 3t1stic,-.. ,ft th,
interests o:f the d n-tocerali,- party. The
minority f,,ught a gallant ].-'ttl., forjt|-
tice and f,:.! harmo:ny. All pi.,aise to,
them for their sl:lend,-l-1 though fi tLi!e.-s
efforts.
t-_,oupl,:, the action ,ot the exe,_-utive
,:.,:miittec. with that n*f tll.- e,-,mnittefe
,on c-redentials and the_.%" ,i.,,nstituite: a
chapter r thait c'n't ever,,.l le s.,ul'passesd,
and. so far as we kn,,w. liea never 17,c-n1
equally,: in the hist,:ry ,-f In


"he J.:,.-tor says I must go to some
ce.
.y some of those seaside hotels;
111 he hig-h ,:,1 h for you.-De-
'ee PI',? .-a
piig, G,,tr,:x'`3 f i}l.e.r I.r;, to draw


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) democrats, but forfeited their claims to
the respect of fair-minded- men. It wa,
never expected that they would act fair
ly, but it was hoped that they would
pay some attention to the claims o
co.nmmon deeene ,'. The\,? did not.

T1l IFLORiDDA CLAIMS.
Once more the Flohria war rlh-imn
have -been talked to death. The appro
pnration for the paylnent of the clain
was oplposed bt,, ma,.ii btut. I,|,:,ba yl
nc't enough to- defeat it. Ift the ,:,p
pon,,nts of the claimn had thought trte;
had a majority, of th. thous,- the. W,,Ui':
probably ha%, I'-ernmltted it to comr-e t,
a %ote. *
While the people of Florida kno,
s,:,mething of the efforts to ,,ollect thi:
,laimj. wve T,- 'il give its hltoryv as showil
I,., the, ,,rgres i-,nal re,,rci?. The fact:
show the undoubted honesty of tht-
claimn, anid. ,:,f c-,urse, that means th,
ndubtd dishonesty ,of the men wh,:
opposese it. It is hard to oneive o, t
man as p.rf',onally h,,nest who votes tl,
male the gduvai:rso--nt de, a ,Js sileS
thing.
During thi- S-mi,,nole war the-r,- wet'-
not a suffl,.ient nlilbr ,.,f tio,,p3 in th,
state t,-, d:-fend the ,-,rttler,. The ?tate
c.led 'OLit. all.med and c',t, iandpel t 1 .
ber ,of sldie to as?i.ist. It was th,
busil,-Ss of the federal g,,ern ent to
r,;eet the ,x.,-n7s o, this war. as ,of ,tl
others. and when it was end,?d tht-, stat
,-.alltc on theo go,\.rinent ,for pavnm-nt
of th. mne- it hal l l. w_,. in armi-
ling., e, ii:pi; and ziistaining th,.se sol.
diers.
On Ma" 2l". r-.7, the s:ir,?tary of wa
,rc,, riz~d thle .sOfvi,.,s o_ the,-se t|',:,,.,;
as n,?.-ssary. HE- did this; afttr an
in\-.;stigati,-n. C.I Llit e sanie day 'th-
adjutant-gen'.ifal issued nn ,order |rec:it.
ing that th. s,--'vics f these troops
h-ad I.,een ?,:.,:,giilz_,:l :hy the ,r.-s.den
afn.t f.,' or\t : ,t" wvar as n,'-o's, a V ant'.
as \alu:ibli". an,.d diie, te?* that thli.v b,
nitistel'red in and.rI-aidi. Thie w ar \i'a
,:,vet and it was i [iractiC,:al to nUgtear

th,?m in. and so they ,0-4.1d n,,t I:,e pi
ex,:..It I;:,. a sr,,?cial app,[ropri.ti.>n ,-,f
,,.,ngresII; but this- did not alter tLh,
n e-'rits ,,ft thl. e a.a ., if th [, president and
sert-try ..f war. who,, had inv-stigated
tlhe ,ase wero light, ho sty re_,uii'?d
nIn atppr'oprlation for the pi-,vm-nt of,
tlhe d=lt.
The. w.arr anie,, on and.I those claim
w er' regil,.,ted l ui til1. l .'S 1. .A t thaI
time .Lfae c-laitn was investigattd by tlt-
Senia !.- comrn itI .,r4'r ,4 nilH ai.-r-+-is
Thiy'J:!\e.tiation n c-rded in a 'e.ot
whl,-h stated tlmit th,_ conimitt_-,. w,:Te
?atistld of the juitIC-.* ,_,f the claim, ht t
diri,_ted tht .sec-retar, of- war to, cause
it t. I,,, thnrouw ll." inveetigatd. and a
Joint 1'I,:fLu.i.,n ,t.i that ec t%, S \\a
passe,]. Tlhe r stult ..f that i-,".,?tig--!_
tot
tinwsat-, ncv l~gm that. tlhe
U111im wa? .u-[i, | and aln ,:,,'fer to, pcty ith,
prin.il:al % s made. Th., g,-,verr, n|-nt
hA.t in it:- ,, .s i,:,n part -,f th,- t,,ndis
is." i.Jtl, I I, ` he statb. 1.0: rais n .,ii.; t,-
e, lui' th..:..? *.:,lii._.-r,, rn d ha !.,eh r.
-f-a-lii_ ie-._,ii ng ir,-t? r:te? on them
f17,01r,, thl state. It looked li,- a p or
rtl-: that w,:,it l makh.- tht. -tal p:,.a:, in-
iu ,-rst to the, f, ,lera l I 'llnl-,1, 1.1 t ali1
,-xe ii:,t the f,-. ,- ral ,_ I',-|l e'| l fI'-', Ironi
[,'.: irig int,-est to th, imut ". O f :u~iir
the ,-Prop1.-d,, iettl, in..nt % ,_- I ur .ji.ist arn.i
tln-al.i ',-ta,:,l'3.:r.
Tho t- 1 l:jm11 W .-1-1 1 g( n ril '. tiate,.. r-y
the- Firti,..th i,:,n '.-ss and l'. lld t,, b,"
juSt. A bill to [Iay,, the clainir \v.i? in-
tr',,lu.:-.,=,: in the Fifty-fiir t c,.h 4s .s a ,1
w :,s fal-orall '. 'e ,,,' l, It,. l t it ,i:i.d -Ill
0h1- ,.l,-nd 'I1. Tthe ,:il wts theni fav.,r-
ahl%,! i.l,:,:rlt_, il the Fifty-se,:,:,n,:] ,- co -
gl'.-< aand pass..d the seliat,-. It was3
fti\urably r I",.,rled l:.- the ,o,- ttee
ill thei : ,tl.i,, blut ,.il ,ri the ,:.alebudiar.
It ,.ai f-iv -ral:,, I,..P...,It,:d !,y th,? F ifiv-
thiir,1 ,",:ll:,rtg',..*ss. wheie it \vas tdlk.d t,.,
,deaitlh la.-t Satturday.
T his tl,,.-n is the r'e,:,,rd ,-f th :? l:,i]| f,:,'
h,- l,-iy~m ent ,,f th,-s'- ,?[aini.-.::
lit\-e.strieated I:),. thie pr *,;.- ::lert. an.] se,'-
',: tai'y ,,f war' in 1S;.T aid ,*-,un,-I t,:, b:e

Investtig.'te,: l:,v th- Fo-rty -.-ixth ,c-,n-
re-ss and,: fcln,.! t,, l., jn.l-t.
Inve.-siipte,] l-,, tlh ? wvar ,?l,-l,.7,rtr~lir, ti in
?''>'"2 and fotlin,1 t,- Ibe just.


She-'
high pj
they ,-
troit F,
"Did


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Tims.-UNION will besent one year for fuur dollars.
When a change of address Is desired, both the
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Ilajectad communications will not be returned.


s you outwhil., you -\,-r,- threI:,-t night?'
. "'lDraw~me- ou:' Gr.art Scott. nman! (
1 was ilind rne-. not in front.''"-Buffalo
Courier?
Guest- Waiter. bringI me ,n,,: rice pud
. d ng. jIteI--];:,=.. 1 can'tt iu.t recom-
] mend ,{e r pi,:e _.I,,Jini" iet,..la, V-,What's the
matter l th ,W'.' "'Nafin" 'c:.1,t ,axr aen'l
non,.--.Exehangve.
Fi?--Ou are tlie ronly ',,-rt-tin I have
v ever Io~ed. Sh--Eo you: e-xpe,:t me tc
S beli.,.v Mhat" He-1 .0. I o,-,ear it Is
1 true. :j5e-Then I beliee- you. Any mar
3 who Rul,- ex,.:.:t a wm.n to,, believe
. tll-,t cannot ha%.- l..,- tni m .ri h In the com-
,:. piy of" lwon.len -H.Irri, *'-3 B-iZAr.

.PURELV PF.ISONAL.
, Mrs. Mary Ellen L .aIE iu i..i to be ar
t a,]ept at hypnotirnm.
George E. Hardly h-,z heen -ler.ted -pro-
e fe-,or of Engli_h lj1ia_,.ite an, literature
e In the: Colleg.,e of the t-City 0o N.--w York
- The daughter of P',-i-ri.nt I'-eixoto. of
. Brazil. lA engaged t,- i.ie n lari|ed to 'Mr.
\V. Lee Simnmon.s. rof PlainyieJ,., N. J,
The-.' _met "vikle the youwia n-:lln was at-
tending to ) us iresq. in Brazil for his
father's coffre- hoIlIse.
e One of the iunm.>rs in arniv circles s is
that InspecWtor-General -enr'" W. Lawton
Is ab6ut to Ie retlr.:.., and %%ill be ap-
- pointed striperint,-? ,iilent ,:,f tle Soldiers'
Home. In ('alif riii. Ir ritii:,ation ol
- thl-< no less th.tn t'.,',-rity a'nt.iiteus offl-
Scers of the- lne--lieute|,ant-,jimnis' ma-
Jors- and calltaina--hap\e hi:l ,pllications
e for th,? ,?xpeeted l acanch.
Methodist 4. thr,-,uchoIIt Gr,:at Britain
iwc~re 'surprised to he-ar thit th., Central
church. Ha.ztings. ele,,'t-, iMi.-- Dawson,
of Redhill. as a iit;,.t r,:.prefentatlve
to the fortheonilmn: n',l.\a conference
at, Birmirghami Hithert. ,-, Il,,.: v was. al-
lowe.] to i-t,?r the wk. r orierence,
and whetherr thi- "ill i-,\m b,?. permitted
l'eiil}Siii; to be ?tsee .

t" ". "I IIINGS 'r1 K) j-.
In. 1511 tb_ winter was so ,-"vere in
Eur'ope that is FIlaiders\i, fie was frozen
and :;.was cut in blo,:ks ap.l ,1-,,ld lby

ern Europe Nor.lein kl oti' d
f reshI t p F1 I l n sno-,w imi -gr, t:at-.l v ith .a
'du.1t65f, arbon and i ten. -u,:h as could
o'.-. come from Lnet-o|rs. ".
5 e.'le, -~1.. -never 11,h.41 a -al.,on.
vision in all prop,,rty deeds is
that. 'an land use,1 for sj,-'h
wcc~ill re\r to the original owrn,.Cs heirs.
IF,,r of SIX h,>? six co1triimen hiave t-, ft red
thig of oe ,--.,e n, hut tE ,-th,-r
two alwgvv prevailed |p tli,,n le mayor to
Vc'tt ) _At3J Oj finance pI.a.ist-,I lern',iiting
t h, opentqg of" a ,lrh:in .ch]op. One -j-
l,-oonist h-,s ,pene a piin,- 'novv. t,.-tck. I
h.-.. the m aierlty ,_,,,i,,iln en, $,:l il,,.")
of the town's ca'h It.i, bern a|.,|:.reifri-tte.l
in ,lefrnl him. k b.ttEr i,.hlit i- in prog-
res-'.
O n>i' ?eIJ,-,n -".--,:. 1,3.n .ilt\.-', .a iid.;S- !'t-
ge ,,-i on a -t et ,ar ri'l: thle I,, I. We
hav,? lather clotr,,riwn that stat,- of [x-
ir-ten,:'e. The travel i te,0 [.1,7e- to .*\ \-
m it of anythingnc but ...-t, rn artl di.,:it,-
lin.r- in handllinr it. and thr- mi n \% ho
,ie:. En't Stol, to think oult thte: things
arritves- at th.? same conc-lugion b.y. in-
tuiti.,n:' hie hlea i:i the iiirini n of I.h, r".r
t.., th,-" con-lu-tor Th~e coiii,,h :.;or haj .tl-
,iV .-,s res< nte.l arc.- int,-rt'-r.-n -ith hi
,entir, ct control. anl uniIld r t(i, n-- .%vw r con-
dIltioi,-. 4 Ie is mort an, raip'r._- ieal,:,u of
his right istintil .. it i. a r h,-.: to hin
t,.' t*.? !'lyho..I" toii,-h the bell. Lit .3, s-
;ei,elgra ,lo occas~ionadll.\

PERSONAL.
M r. R. B. Me',:,nnell. I .:,f O,.-ala. F!i..
i.? at'-ain '-,gi.tr,-,i at th-. N, w Dti- l
hotel. a
T M '.W .i'. a re iine.in r, l est: tr-
dealer of'Tanpa, is in the ,city, a ue.-t
,:,f the N e, w f i- ,.i\.i l.
D \V. St n or-v. ,:, K ul ',iv,. viith hid a,-
o,:,m p .ihq ? yvu giz,!- .tii htcr, *ar, |jlea::tiit-
Iy l.:atol at the New?1.- ,Wial.
M '..1.A.1. ow lhc- l| p p,,l, r .hli.,-e ni in
ot" -,'ala. ti ain,:'Li, the M tri-,n ,lelee t,.:<
atnd, is i.- ,-.1 at h(l" New r, 'l al.
Hcr't,,-rt S \W illr'tnm- tl.e 1-ri-'ht .u,_, ipg
_,:,| ,ot Pijr-.'e W~iilian, ,i :,t th,-. *.t,?.,n..'i~ii,.
.\laieo.it![..in. ii a.'.:.l-,-]anrin.?ii lI, fath,: r ,cn
rhi: t rip.
.M aj,-r {WV. S-. M ,_<'l'ell-an~l ;ir,,i ,',-t!|.,tg,
r. L. D tiihlsi t ,:, ,:,f tihe ,- d.>l. ,,.1M 1, l ,,,,-
,-rI' i of _L.ike ,?,-,iint.v .gre inl tl I' : lt. ci ty n,
tcll:,n.^Et th,?- l'l:,,c,l,..
_1n. ,* ^.,?Lin. of l nm.tilla ,- i,.li~l,,ti.- t,:,!
c-ta t,: *-_ rnsit..,r ['o L u e, ,,i.,c'_..]. I- att.:r.1i'-
iii-; thie sj;tte cOrn'-eiitl,,n ali,.] i.: i,['i .t .itl'ty,
l.:,,-:itel ajt. tl,., P ,i:.e.rJe.
Mrs. l-|. L. Forest ani,- :l.,,ht,:r c['
( 'i,cji~o,.;l'III, nl' ,\e,1 in the: i y',: ter--
,1a.15 anp. 'reg-s,-t e_,l at thc- ote,,l r-'l ,, i~l,:
M r. ,!l!-l. M rs. E. A M .;in. ,,!' i.,:.t.-.e|.
FLa., arc-' on a1 ,.i-i t,, ih- nIl..-tl'opollis .Still,
h t\' e plea..nr I'u(':!iYi- ,,. H,:,t_l' 'i,,, t,!<
i
MIk : du l ii 'I ,'13 .el]-!;n..\vn .ic-
tn e', dr.ir -,_-,I ,..li th,: Lzt.?,um-llp .\lt<,rn.u~i1
: [,*] ',* rla She. is I7- ',.i ,con 1, tflrt l-y, he-r
nil, t her. [lr' .I~l Ill" : 'I"-,: I, .t rl, ;ttlin r.
M r--. all r, tur'n ,011 tlhe .\hton,!ill. the.i latt,-r
[\'.,o IAl~r i,-F -te-,H .,,irt ,erf at 'halil''te'h.


r,,nm Ehei',e thev will I:,ro n:,l LO to their
Ih -,,' in' buBat.to 't. l. t M iks C-''rell v.il
se, ei! to Ne\v York.
R '-llph r>. P.iii,:. fini i l% of lle Tmii' .-
l- i,:,n tn lt' but. r. o f th e F-lh .. .i l;.;..
t'r',--'' is liIn .te clt I~iir I, ,, t,,l.ty
fr,-,. Sanfo|.,i, ;a.tI T,1. |1.. iAIIorl'h il.. thl'-
3 r .:-, r ei e I n, -?,; t .' ,i I Ia-lp h ~ Ii aIrZ :,'
ni le l, v ,:rc- A u lvr I s E .r ; ,-t him a -n l .-:,:,
hiin loo:,king -;o v.,ell H-+ i a i-. v ,-tt,,-r
ri.in of renia 'l.abh_, tal,:-.t a,. iha- .- ti:tt-
ton.l r,:.I:,utation. I-\. i w r;tlnT-' .tal,- erly
;:.,ug ',-t b.y the -.. _-t ittllli,_ tiOl -- i ,," t ._--
?,unu 'try,'. ,- .] I li h .iF ,a ll .-ivly an ino-p. c-


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THE WEATHER. I
Enitern Florldidn Shovoerm varin-
ble winds.
Western 'lorlidat Showers; alight-
ly warmer;."o'uth rin'4s.

Politics wiU hold the hoards now for
a couple, of months or so and will get
livelier and livelier every day.

"That which is yours Is mine, and
that which is mine Is my own," say the
railroad corporations' to the people of
Florida. ..

", .' The Trlay committee represents raMl-
.-,'-,-road Interests and not democracy, cor-
". ,: poratlon.arrogance and not the voice of
,'"; ,the people.

W-.', In th''leglslative flgh't the-ntis have
4. ,nly a.bob-taddrflush while the stralght-
outa ,'eo f. a d,
ood k ." ,, ,

C' v.. china has nearly eight ttmes as many
people as Japan, but the news from the
-East looks like the war Is a regular
,1 picnic for the smaller country.

Jim Taliaferro. apologizing for the
press, puts one irresistibly In mind of
the devil trying to apologize for the
beautiful atmosphere of hea\,Ln.

The credentials committee will rec.:,m-
mend the seating of the- Nassau bolters.
The maJority on that committee seems
inclined.to do anything "that the rail-
roads order.


DHIUGS AND 117ANC'C- GOODS.








Extract 6f Witch Hazel.

Thqi ex-trairt I1 run off t.y the al,'.:,+hol
I,.ing' Iiit ,iit, the still a n-l rtan ,,vr
throu'o h the w ,ru-lh, instead of t.eiij n.]'!i,'
afite- th- distillation. It cost-, more to
rri':,du,-e it, in this way, but y.,,u set a
1114I"h11 jnn-r prodiui. ,nni the B-trbnv,:-?t
v,",tl.:.h h ,:l ,=\vcr oln,-t'' -l to the trade, r"
u,.mpa-re tlie lquall-ty and.1 prre .vith t'li
Inferior articlea \\which yu,,u h.iv..- I.,en bu.'y-
i ig.
Insect Powder,
Packing Camphor.
Napthialine Balls.
Camphor and Cedar Clips.
Gum Camphor, Moth Leaves ,
and Disinfecting Pl'0dlucts
Retailkdat Lowest
:.. h ,W olesale Prices.
The combination I-.j % in rn- e '.,.1 their
efforts .to prevent me fromr ..bii;, e' u o,.',,1,
I w ill .-,-,:, ,_ ,. i\ m y energies in I.-.;. 1,11
so that iii r, rice. 'v ill still .-' th,..r elit-
comfort, thepm ,:.



W. .. Dfttt, 0i8008 Q08sl,
Bay, Cor. Lattra Street.


It is very amusing to hea
tion organ, none of ,wh'-.s
vote, telling tlhe democracy;
county what they should do
ing campaign.

Senator Smith, of New J?
nishing a great deal of anI


f
BANKING.
JOHN X. C. STockrow, R A.TMOxi D. KNIG'MT,
President. Vice-Pteeldent.,
TH's.'P; DxHAM"I, Cahiler. .


congress lately. He seems Po be labor-
i. Ing under a.very elaborate and compli-
...' cated case of big-head.

The hot weather Is just sdorching the
W,. West while here in F'lorida we are
thinking of putting more ,blankets on
the Ved. One of these day,; Florida
will be the favorite- summer resort of
the country.

L The Chinese are trying already to
borrow money to earry on the war and,
" '" hre trying to.strike London.for a loan.
', They should 'try the Florida raIlh'-ads
Ri. as they seem to have money these days
to throw away.

Registration O 1feer MLaurin sh,,uld
corral the railroad contingent of the
state de-legation now presr-nt in Duval
county, and secure their nan-es on his
books, otherwise h,, is liable to be
charged with neglect of duty.

Daney was heard to say at one time
that he was In favor of a railroad corm-
mission with limited pOWef. Th" re-
sult was the total .c-lipse dl Dane-y as
a political factor. Moral, act ,n prin-
ciple or keep your head closed.

It Is said that "it i: a poor rule that
won't work both wa.Ns," but this maxim
seems to be entirely beyond thet grasp of
a certain element of the stare .c'oInvrn-.
tlon. With them it is no rule at all
which does not work In their favor.

The highest authority of all. Highli.r
than committees or conventioni is th,-
dOmocrati' party itself, and that :an al-
ways be relied tupon to right a wrong.
Committr_-es and conve:-ntions are ser-
vants of democracy, not its ntasters.

The Triay committee sttlce,:ds a cont-
-.ml~tte- that never was properly organ-
'\.,! "'ized, and "should have no standing In
./.vthe state convention. The Dar,:y cone -
;,.V, inlttee was the product of an Impro.,per-
S',,"''.ly'org&'d-- convention, -and was rel)U-
"'f'dtated bythe democrats at the first
election thereafter.

; .., ,, ,.-
'.The refusal On rhe part of the exm.u-

v i...ee eom-ite'.and oif the c,:,iniltt,:.e
on'erjdential.s to investigate'the contest


. '--OF THE-


I r It.,tIl. II_-I' ILIIItN, % ,- the t Ie:a LIrv ,i a t -
C o m p, l e t e a, a i t i ls _, a p ,:,] |,'II : ,] t.
IIUI and ruin. I I-nt i! 1 ": 1 1 'l t '-' jU
l \' _f 'ti"-111 t T I.,y A i.. i i t,1-:- e 111 thI
A Pn E cI 'OU S LO T l nf t ,.., gr,.s a li f,:t| .J to I,,


The convention may endors,- this In-
,In If s ,--., th i'ni, --- 1' 11 1n 11in ] i, >" ;.- .


ju-t .


I ivclsl;a l : d ,-' a cnmrnittee of thie
Fi!'ty-sw,_:,ln r ,:,:,ner',.:. and( f,-,liI",-] to bt
Jsl.lt
In'.'. .ti_,'tt_,l 1,." n ,.,mw n itt,?,- Q ,-,f the
Fifty-thlird ,,.'n -r,.?- an, :l ,, -
jiiSt. ,ti r tallk.,d tW:, ?,.th I,, ni.- n wh \ oi.)
\" ,i :1, i.. m in,.,?l t-, s\ i|,,lle. F l,:rila
-.nuit o"f he' rights.
In, sli-atoe. an d, fo,-und t.,-e just
v.l tilltnlii _.-- itS jt, ti,:,: ,:] rji;.d :-i ,-' .
I.nut ztill .unpai,1.


"was IIn Lval ,",,ini-..
ty. The >xe,.1.live ,omn ittee r,?:,-,.-
niz-,: tile Dancy ,?on1itte.e r ? rc-gna
an] r't'used e%.ven to., c,,nsi'. l tle cl,- i -
of the t- (,-.legate ,-,f the. -,ni enrti .
elected iin the Iprimar|ies ,of th.,: Baias'
,,mmitte. A maj,-rity --f tlhe Ftate,
?xG-cuti\, 0 ,,nmiittee we,.re l'ri-n:s ,,f
the Dan,.'y c-rmnittei, anl ,c,'.id:d t,_.


s,_.it its d--Iegat,-s wvith,-,ut inventigati,-n
right ,or \\'r,-,ng.
Thli ,!Yc f im l~t,-, ,,n ,_'!,:.J:.ntial list-ne.J,:
t., i! ,l of the afT,:la\ its ,of th- raill',:id
h stz in N a4 .-au c,,tnty "l ic- r, "usd.
r e f u s e d t o '* r c :o g n i z e t h e ht' A i n s o f t h h _,: \ < \ r o :, l n 1 i t t h ,: i i ,, r! i -, i n -
mn e n th a t th.:-y s tia yt.atize ,.I a ; b,,[t .' !! ', a r, -'*' ,-?n ,,. : \. r ai W ll-


1.-?'a- *f \V,_-'. p '.,-II ; lt,; "Id v. ,e r,, t-:-.-
t if:,. I 1 -.= n I I ._ it t ,.i t, d ,_, ?,:,.
T h.:.y 1 1 :.fi1, ,i ;, ,1 1 t, -tri ,. y ti.,,|m
Ih e ,-1,n ,,,:. tl. t:\x ,.-,l-t a .-t it n t .I t fr. In
MN K I ly. A1. 1 tlh-i : iQ t1- I ,Inpl :ii .
te:- ,,-I ,"-.,,].nl t-ial of a ,J-tal1-.:r-1 ti. t n-
v.-' n t i.n .


wh.n thlrs, no-n. ,,o:ppose..l tliem 1. !,ut late r
tI= cas.e. c nam up:, in which th.- _,-,[utes
were their fi iin,:.];. and Il l rhe.->q >.a -c:-
they were real b:,_ltr--n,., on,,:-e ny it--while ini t-,? cas- -. f [l\,tl ,i-I,_ n-
ty tlie Barrs c,-, lli ittee \\,t- liiiol t ?.-
by tw,,-thi,..s 1-4 the o erala ,-, thli
,c-,-,tint W hat didl thie x,-,.:utiv,- ,.?,i,-
littee ,]do, w ith th-ir h,:ltin t' fri,:i..ls:
They straddled the ,.U-._stion. Th,.y
d,:dge,1 the is-uee and ,.f.t,?|d it to lW :.
conventionl' ,onmnlt crt- -rt rtials.
The fati,:,n in Duval countyy that they
rc-c,.g, sizedd al r1 eg, t lar.I th,,tgh 0i|: pl,-,rt-
eJ in pre_ ious l?1: ti,:,n3 iy Ik S-" thtii
a third of the- d,?no,_"a i,.i" \,,I.,-s. w ,..:i,
seate'ed. The &fa.tlt,:n in {VoI)lsia an,1
A


MACHINERY.




MA.NITFA_"".-" S' "AGENT.R AND
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN




...'IRRI>ATING ?.LCHINERY a spe.oial-
f.,'. St te .tce'fol-',t .Erie City Iron Works,
]n'c tonII B,-ttirg t-Co.. anti.] iny corner large
U.i It i.Iur tr l (nc a 'l wwarehouses,
map-hinery,. .ha rvt.s south of the Sf., F. &
W. railroad depot.


big ol, fv,?s o L, t .h ir j.a,.:k ttz to ,:2 |'I.' m ,'-I fr.n ihi-I. ,n that. i o 'Yi t... w ,:Tul.i F'Il l, 1;RIIE. FIRE CI.AY
O.handi.?e around in. W hen one of lhvnm \,. r la.i to get. A, an all--|oiu rnd -i0 itl. x ANL, FIRE SbAE^.
touk her i.,-ket c-,Y. thi. v writer .ays: At thM|e are very f uw ?uerior. to .i'lph D. Write for speciatlg r ures.
the first ItIg t%\ :, .1 |.o ,,ls of tlhread roll-.I, P. ine. ,. ,! *, *
um,, on the o..|r. ..ey fw,:,e toll.,% ..d l,y TT T Y S E N C O
a >," ,or tofoilt s.,saa, in.l tt n,,,e a Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder The-J,1R,- J ,u 1,
A'l.-,.h1ie of hairinn.-, e\,r:,l cluster's. uf M0[,t Perfect ,'.- JCCKSONV --L.E, FIA.


I. CEMENT. PLASTER. HAIR


.r IhO, I',f ir 'lov ,,
A rn ii,,i i ..'ret 'C'I'L iL:r I n ',
tl, i orl,: tr,:tt the i'l.-s L,:t IIIt ll." u ', th -


I*L


THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNION.,WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1894,


THE FLORIDA TES-UNION





H was elected by acclamation. The r
road action of the convention claini t
the election of Long was a slarn at S
ator Call.
Mr. Long was escorted to the platfo
.while 'the band played "Dixie" and
crowd cheered. Mr. Long thanked
.I convention for the honor. He said that
accepted the position with a feeling m
gled with joy and sorrow. Joy for
distinction and sorrow on account of i
factional fights that were raging in ma
T counties and the bitterness attached
them, which was liable to become evide
In this convention. He declared that
,would discharge his duties without regal
to factions and he would champion t
j cause of no faction. The solution of t
discord in the ranks of the democrat
party of the state, he said, was a gra
question and one. that the convent
ought to endeavor to solve.
D On the nomination of WV. D. Chiple
G.. A. Baltzell of Jackson, and C.
Choate of Leon were elected tempera
secretaries.
d Credentinlt Conintl tee.
The next business was the nominati
of a committee on credentials.
C. J. Perrlnot moved that the Coi
mittee on credentials be appointed o
I from each county.
J. B. Wall, of Tampa, made a sh'er.
amendment to the effect that each men
ber of the committee on credentials
d empowered to cast the same number
votes his county has delegates. The e
feet of this amendment was to give t:
larger counties more power than t:
smaller ones. For instance, Hillsbor
with her 28 delegates, would have
times the voice of Lee county, which ha
but 2.
.. Mr. Pem'inot didn't see the catch at
he accepted the amendment. As soon
t- Mr. Long, however, announced what
st was, Mr. Perrinot jumped up and d
c. lared that he would not accept t]
a- amendment. (He said each committeeman
n, is'to cast one vote, not the$ number
ie votes 'in his county delegation.
e- Confusion followed for a minute w;
several speaking at once.
)f The Chairman-"The amendment
*t withdrawn. What is the pleasure of t]
e convention? All in favor of the motic
s signify by saying aye, and contrary n
0, The ayes, have: it. It is so ordered.
Each county then named its memb,
7t 0on the committee on credentials as fc
e lows:
a, L., Montgomery, Alachua.
C. F. Pons, Baker.
y N: W. Hatchett, Bradford.'
f Wm. H. ,harp, Brevard.
J. D. Pirongv, Calhoun.
9 A. N. Wllliatmson, Citrus.
I- William Griffith, Clay:
y S, C% Dupree and Geo. L. Drew, Co
_ lumbia, with one-half vote each.
t E. L. White, Dade. '
P. J. Pepper, DeS oto-.
J. B. Christie, Duval.
L- John Holland,,.Escambia.
e -.:C. Crawford, Franklin.
George D. Monroe, Gadsden.
N. W. Marion, Hamilton.
, Thomas Sherlock, Hernando.
a.H. C. MacFarlane, I-rillsborough.
L S. Flournay, I-olmes.
J. Walter Kehoe, Jackson.
0 J. P. Grantham, Jefferson.: .,
9 'T. P. Chaires, L' :F.>,'ett-.. '
e J T. aIloway, Lake. .,
-1. B. Leek and John L. Horn of Lee
2` wv h ,h -ilf v .:,lte .,,:h. : *'"
t '. H. Tulo.:-r, L.-,vy.
e R. B. Wil.zon. Lonn
: M. J. Salmon, LIb,-.rty.
*Then," Randa1l, 'MaJ ion. ;
R. T, Young, Manatee. ',
; E. L Whartman, Marion.'
M. C.* Curry, Monroe. '
J. D. Beggs, Orange: .x
J., M. Bryan, Osceola.
J. T. McShane, Pasco.
W. B. Bonaker, Polk.
E. E. 1Has-kill;, Pu-tnam: .. .
C. H. Bleakwell. Santa Rosa.
R.' T.' Sabate, St. Johns. :
G. W. Bigelow, Sundter.
J. IT. T. Bynum, Suwannee.-
A. McAulay, Taylor.
S. RS.Leonard, Wakulla.': :
J. Ht. Richburg,. Waltoh.
B."J. Jornes, "Washington.
After the selection of this' committee
the convention took a recess until
o'clock p.m. :. -*
The SDI~lt in ,Lee "
A. humorous feature og. the. s eledtion o1
the committee on credentials was a little
tiff from th'e county of Lee, which ha<:
sent two dc1l^?-t,., 'When Lee was called
i.R..' B. Ledl; :,.:t, n., anad said that *R.'" B.
Leek was the member of the committee
on credentials of-Leo county. Mr. Harn,
h o~: ;tl..-?r ,J.., i,-. t' .-ar-os-e lnir^.tlr-t..:],. ani,;
n ,-,ui-,,c-.,j tli-^i L ee w..:>-i ,Iwl\i.r.l and
that ..the, g'-entl'eman (Mr.. Leek) With his
accustomed:, modlesty h,had "chosen himself.
He said; that he had as much .serve as the ptlier "man and he insisted
that both should be allowed to serve,
.each wit-h a, half vote.' In this way the
matter was settled.
Inasmuch as the secretary of the' exec-
utive committee had announced contests
from +Nassau and Volusia and had not
announced, any, contest from Dural when


it was known that there, was a contest
from that county, Mr,. Montgomery of
Alachua" arose and asked what had be-
come of that contest?
The'"Chairman-I- know of nothing be-
yond what has, been announeed by the
secretary of the executive" committee.
Theconvention met again at 3 o'clock,
but word' came 'from' the committee on
credentials .that it would not be ready to
report before 8 o'clock.
Escambia county announced t that .it
decided to place W. D. Chipley on- the
credentials committee 'instead of John
Holland., The convention acquiesed. .The
announcement was 'received With ap-
plause.
Albert Gilchrist endeavored to. have a
resolution passed for the l,r,-_.mtnt-ir. of
a committee on, resolutions, in order, to
save time. 4He said he knew 'that it could
be only a, temporary committee, but it
could easily do the work and be n.,l,-
permanent. A motion to ,.!..,,rh" was
made 'and ,withdrawn, and the resolution
Was put and carried. A point of order \wa-
ra~ised !that'-as, the" connirt 1i1 .was ohlv
a temporary organization, with the en-
,tire delegations of some of the small
counties absent in tli, committee and as
the convention really did not yet know
It h : ,. 1,: o ,,_,:r.l- tr L -1.-:- 1,.,, it w would
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Place Your Insurance,


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~Wl I'H


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TELEPHONE CALL 178.


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Sl'll1iER [ l.V and SINGLE TICKETS
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miad Flirvil ;(ilr(rc-
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SEORGE'GE WILSON,
success_,- t. ,;' ,:,rj>:. \*,i:'-,- & t_'o.. ^"lh.:,! V !S le and iefail Dealer in

Groceries and Provisirons,


THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNION, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 1. 1S91.


F U R i N I T U R M i. '' ", ".. ..



Furniture Buyers, Atten1

WE CALL YiTENTION 1"O ANY ONE WANTING

FURNITURE, CARPETS,

MATTING, REFRIGERATORS,

STOVES, OIL CLOTH, ETd.


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suse iPowdir.


PURE


B a..k B)ok, .uslice and Leal Blanks, Notaiial Seal, etc.

CUT PRICES ON ALL LINEl..

519 and 61 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.


Jack


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GRAIN AND INS'lUIltAN'CE.



FOSTER-lmMARVIN-HAYNES C0,,


Fire, Li fe an'd Acciden t Insurance.

Wholesale i Grain.

No, 120 WEuSTw I TREET, Fla


S".COAL, ETC.


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+Jacksonviill F lla.
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At WholesaleBDandReta1, Shipped to All Po1its,


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et.-'. Scasonid lumber alw y.'i.son baritl. All
orlers illed wiLh ,romptness and .-dla-
patc i t ,_


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To the Largest Stock in the ci:v. We im ite inspection to our low prices
lor the next tcn da)s. Catalogue on application.

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20, 22, 24 and 26 West Bay St., Jacksonville.

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STOVES, TINWARE, DOORS.8ftSH, BLINDS, PRINTS
OrLS, FfIRMINlG TOOLS, B3MREBED WIRE.




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......N GXINEERING WOIIK, .

A. D. STEVENS, A. R. YERRILL, J E. MErRILL, M.E., ,.,
Press aLid Mgr. Emneering Dept. Becy. and Mgr. Boiler Dept. Trs. and Mgr. Blacekmlth Dept



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MiECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS.
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in tilt l.,-?i n-i.r,,ier a d.J at short notice.


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ITUIRE,
ICE CHESTS--
N : lu........ at $3.75 No. 2 ........at $4.23
N,. -0. ........ at 2 .,1, No. 4 ........ at $6.00
d No D........ at 37.25 No. 6 ........ at $9.00
ERIN &fc CO..
West Bay Sireet



nlnant S le.

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R,Kitla'r rru:e, cents.

,T., JfAGKSONVILLB, LFL.


H. W. Long., of Marion, Ten
porary Chairman.

I AI[IROAIDS R011 11l ROOS'




"Boss" 6hlileu Whistles and Hl
Murmi ons Dan e.


TRIAY DELEGATION SEATE


Credentials Committee Vote
Without the Evidence.


TIIS ACTION BITTERLY DENOUNCE


Railroads Capture Nassau an
Volutla Counties Thompson
and Dougherty Delegates axe
Seated Convention Ad-
Journs to 9 0'clook This
Morning.


The state democratic executive commit
toe took up the Nassau county contest
case yesterday morning at 10 o'clock
This is a case wherein the railroad fa<
tion, headed by W. Naylor Thompson
treasurer of the F. C. & P., bolted th
convention with a minority of the del(
gates.
The executive committee, by a vote
2 to 4, decided not to give the B:u
Dyal delegation prima facie seats. 'Th
matter is to be left to the convention.'
In the discussion of the case was,
stormy time.
"When the votewas announced Bur
Dyal arose,' boiling with rage, but at th
same time .cool, He said: "Gentlemer
we cannot abide by such a decision. I In
tend to go into tlihat convention with m:
delegation in deflancq of the. ruling o
this committee, and will stay tl~ere un
less the convention says I do not belong
there. I am'sorry to see so much evi
dence visible that you are controlled b:
a corporation. I am sorry to see a can
dildatc for senator from Florida submit
to a thing like this."
At this point a,.half dozen of the mem
bers of the committee arose, thus con
fessing that the senatorial bees were
buzzing around their ears.
They arose to call Mr. Dyal to order
Some of the spectators hissed Mr. Dyal
while others cheered arid the cheers
drowned the hisses.
The action of the executive conmitt-ee,
summed up, Is this: It has refu_-ed t(
#consider the contest of the stratghtout:
from Duval; It has refused to seat the
straightouts from Nassau, \%lth the clear-
est kin.J o evlm,:-n ,:' ..-ho'i.ig th,:y \.,:!,:
!"; 'entitled tor seats, ana it ha's done th.
same thing in"Volusin. Ini both of the
later counties the bolters were of th.,:
railroad faction. Commenrit among th'
ufi nbiased delegates \'aa mat the aetior
of the executive committee was nothlng
short of outrageous partisanship.
Tlie .Conveittlou
"The democratic state convention, was
,.called to orderlhi the opera-house shortly
after 12 o'clock by the chairman of the
s state executive committee, S. M. Spark-
man. The house was packed ant' jammed.
The v.'caLher' was hot and hundredsI of
,' ,fan's were. in use.
Rev. R, T. DuBose, of McTyeire Memno-
rial church,, in delivering- the! invocation,
; ,said': "Almighty God, Thou who' hast
'given us life and blessing's, 'who hast given
us a home and loved ones and envir~oned
us by ties, of fri'endship and, association.
who hast given us a .onr'hri fre
speech and free thought are guaranteed
and.' every man Is ...able +t~o. vote
according' to, the, dictates' of. his own
conscience,, to Th'e'e "we offer heart-
felt thanks for many blessings and
r we pray ;You, that the- affairs of men
; will, be so "guided --hat there will no
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there will no longer be'* accusations
against those who govern us, .o fraud
., ard. trickery an'd' brlbecP\., but thiat ,.,r.Jtr
will be-(.e-ured coming all. May the triie
principles or' democracy, triumph: a~nd: jus-
tiee'Drevall." : ** ....
"Tlhe chairman of the executive commit-
,tee instructed the Secretary to read the
call for the convention. Mr. WVilson read
lhe call. The secretary then read a list
Sof. the names of those delegates who had


been certified by the executive committee
as being -ntitled to prima, facie seats,
WVh.-n Escambia was called some one
shouted: "Three. cheers .for Chipley."
There, was a, ripple .of applause in the
shape of hand-clapping, but no cheers.
During the reading of the call Mr.
Mi Montgomery,,of the la,:.-hua county dele-
gatlon, gave notice that under a ruling
' of the convention in that county no
proxies would be allowed., Mr. Day took
issue with him on the propositionn. A dis-
cussion ensued, but the convention took
no, action at that time. The trouble in
Alachua arose from the fct' .that the
railroad crowd sent around and used all
sorts of means to secure prox'es,.asd
wlth some success. If [IT. e proxies were
allowed .to v'ote, Alachua would 'be
changed from a solid railroad commis-
sion delegation to a delegation with a
minority of its members O-p.u.-Ed to a
railroad conmirLsion.
Ever.y-- na Fr ee.
One of the inducements offerf.dl to tho-e
who secured proxies wAsi ftrei- tran-porta-
tion to the state convention. ae-i,:|e- rll
the expenses of the trip, as th, fol[luving
letter from a railroad attornre-y i Gaines-
ville will show:
"Dear --I wr!te to alk y3-0t1. if p,-,Qsi-
bie, to &i'.t me Arq-h Haguie's proy to the
state convention on T,.,esqlay n:\xt. J'st'.
'Ve are going to hav- a big time dJownr
there and "e will have t(,iine futii. (, :-t
'ATr. Stirek]and to sign te r, rro:xy. to:o:,.
as he Is the alternate. \'e I.:.-,j%,. ,,-1
Monday, 12 o'clock. The trip won't cost
you anything. Cobb (a clerk In the F.
C. & P.) and I are going. and.l w d want
a big crowd, to go dowrn. 'Will on.y \' ,r,
gone a ,lay or two, so b,? sure and go
down with us without fall. We are go-
Jng to count on you"
MHlron. Bryan, of -)Osceoli. after the.
prellminaries had been gone thi Ol-_h. nonm-
'. A'ated John H. AMcKinhe t-'._r ten.l.,:,rary
,! '_....hatrman. S. C. Bott, 0' J ftf'-e-on. nont-
in. ated.,,-Ienry \V. Lonti. of Marion. %Jr.
'^';,c,.jKIne gracefully withdrew and Long


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W,: ate making a spi.,-pi:-tv ,:.r small STEAMBOAT It-'I_.'i anrdd M .TIH-INRY.
II'LL.S of STEELj ..r <.I. with, or ,il,,,.t machinery. Workman -:;t to aiy
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Insuran .e. Shin Broker. Hetela i .
pru ugs Old Rook Store. Furniture. '
Ti,.k.?t Ageey. J..Job Frinting. G Groceries.
Tail, :r. Phor%:,rrapher. Oil and Gmaoline. 1
S1, I = I .EI,:-n tI,;rt. Music Housle.
,3lttfl .g Works. Ir, tr-u'trerem' Agent Liquors.
Steam Laundry.v ItR,.al E.state. Wholesale Dry Goods.
For n

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O West Say Street.
firz ilualgncf


:: General Agent of the
Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York for FlorM".

toom 2, 1 1West Bay St., ffacksonvlI114
Za'P Aet, t.".taudard Life &ad Accident insnao. ,


it doe-:riit iy- to rTui th,-ir c lothie: t,-,
pnic(;e:-, (,:'.rL i it "f e !i. ci'.i i, v.,.li l 1 tti.
with Pearlive. I .:.r.,. Ir:-
wear, o,' r' :;hi inrulb, ru I-b i-i.')
That's th iiC m dl,.r-Tn w'i',' O1" ,'':v- o
i ng s~i; t.,-. ,i ,11i i,._k, 1. e;'-p. N o
W o lnd i-r ilz.ir tI,_ \- v ,:. .- ].. 'i -V ,
throw n\ii "'v-;- i ]i,-.- r [.,.i 1, i.
.ewrll,. or inim ti.,'^Z. :.. JAtM .F.", PI"L ,4.E Y.


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Ba) an) d Mlnrk-t Streets, E t. to rarleton Hotel.
Phitminacy. .to LrtL a Prices. A. M. Tenny'o Fine Candles.


T hIe Crlican 0

The American


Everett P iar iacV "J. A. ('onover, Prop., Cor. Bay and Joli. Watch he Eer-
Everei t P -larlna y, ett Pharmacy for everything new In the drag line.


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The .Large !ncreasc

[ )]lll rl'~q ' [ i': l': i, L i tt [' 's $ ,.]i i i


129 East Bay Street.
Drge and Medicines at Cat Prices,

M.alt. Street r'harmacy, Main and Ashley StreetB.
Prescription Phrmuacist,


37 E.a.t Bay StrPt.
Manafacturtng Chemists aud Wbolesale Drugglota.


110 6t.d 112 East BayT trlett
W hules.Jeland tl4lI Liquors.

"I Newnan Rtret.
W 9hnla Produce and tiommilslot Ierchbsul.


0


a3 l M street.
Ptanom, OrlganB, See^Wmti.


ic.


1 9 East Bay Btreet.
aple and Faicy Grocert,


6


15 and 17 Laura St. Cheapest Cash
Furniture Hoaue in the State.

4y 8treot, Jaukmunville, Pla.
Faslionable Morchlat TalloM.


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H[. W. Caldwell !! T S Ocean St, Wholesale Dealers In Coffee, Tesse,
't..lila T .i! .IWC < ^UI.," cbplceeBExtracts, Biking Powdert, Paper Siage, eta.


12,7and 419 WPO(3t lavytrep.
The Popimlar Shoe Honses of Jacksonville.


T .',' 36 Hoian Strt.t.
,'l, Lading "Mercbant Tailor of the Btate.


Spiers & Go.,


Alex.- Hedengrn


t1s Weet Bay Street.
Binding aud Rubber tiamps.


The Old Book Store, 7 I ast Bay St., Op. Poet Oeffl. Largeft stock of ola
Sj. i boo0 a ;trom 50 to tu per cent below publimhers' prie"a.


' Beal Estate, Insuranem and Abstract Co, ,:.
SM 107 Went Bay Street.


W lr l T 'n "Fiil -,-p.frv e6W.-Bay. Trunlrs,valltes,Ieath-rEvnVs,oom-
oazC['s TruUnk a c,. o y, plate travel g.ou ,a; trunks repaired.
Vm., T. T. Cotter,4 W"tiyst. manufacturer@' Agent Building Materla'. hInt
,-.:..* .. .* 9 Roofig a, Church Furnilture, Plate Ghuls, Iron Worske, etc.


JOK Desi c herTlfc Iui)'fT qnd'qbip.'Bioker.1 Main office 120 WeRt Bay Street
'^ Roma 3. Sp.clui tteation to handling and Jnmpecting cargoes


. Hubbard Buildlng Main St.
Bridge eWork andlflne GoId Fillngs a Specialty.

Leadlne Photographer of the State.
67 and 69 West Bay Street.


Jarboe's Ticket A-I-n*.- T.yrI." .Ows, Mgr., ls w. Bay St. Cntraes
,. .: Al .M.L- ,e C toa. poiints,. Correspondence oliclted.


i A:rcnlitect and Superintendent, .
Board of Trade Building, Main and Adams8treets.


t :Ti V1 Fu-l Dn Dental ,,d Oral Surgeon. Crown and Bridge Worki sp.
Dr..B W- W Fuller, clal,. ,Hoirr7'a.m to6p.m. In Masonic ,0ehp a


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THE FLORIDA TIMES--UNION., C,\VEDNES.qDAY, AUGUST 1,. 1894.


SIX NEGROES W EIIE SLAIN T oo... ..... .
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THE rA^'.. N STAKCSi TAKcENI
f" -.Htli r ,E'F ^t'r SAlATOGA,


ANNISETTE' t .IS NEVERE iE.AD
FOn. THE SALVATORnSTAIKE.,

TALENTI'DUMWPED Bl" LONG BEE
AT \BRIiGHTON BEACH.

Befrwin Defenti Ihe [b nine Jud
Morrow. With 'Enwe.


RACE TRACK. SARAT'_:-.A. Jul, '?
The Slvator and r .:'dn,-tjln .nsttk,-? w,
the featur,:-.s of a light progiam neie
day. The weather wa. ,:-loudy a,.l cc,:
The track was fait. Th,:: first e'.enrr v.
a virtual. gift to Potontate. xiho v.
never headed, wirnning ,asiyh b,. t
lengths from Floria-na. In the -,e.:joi
race --.Ferrler set the r.a,:e- to th. [a
furlongg, when he w,:t- ovrhatl.,k,
John Cooer rLinl Ca-',tu;. In :A ..l:'i
finish John Cooper won by a h1''i.. An
s-tte took t kha'-1,b. int- a ; goo.. :,it
the Selvator l t.ikes and hel-I it thr,,ug
out,, defeating 1-Iavo, l:,v two 1-.irgt
Th? MayrayDay" rll.\ fini-hniz third. r.L
lighter: ea.,ilir,:-d the C.i-n:tdiain tal,;> u i
dtr a liar,:l pull bh. a. le-ngth and1 q ha
Thle re-sult was I -'.er in d0ouLt. FiL'st
eaptuted tht fifth ra,:e -n.i Ro-?mor_. ti
e-lxih afte't-r a h ji,-i ,.il'1 .-t- g i .t ;',
hawk.
First o-- 'J_'[I r -. r -tli.1 ?, 5i\ ;i
longs. Potintitfte i'- to r. oi I,_,.i
secon,:l. Dou i tij O [lll0'1, : tii'r:. 1 :11.
S .-Oir l ,ra .:--'_l,_- mll .-. .jiJohn C _'Oplerk
to Ili won, Ferrie-r eoonJ. Cac-'tus thit
time, 1:11 1-2.
Thir.j rac-Tgw-' SdlvIatoi ftil-.-. l
t ',o yeai-old fl\e an.i 1a half fitirlonil
.A nniseLte 1 to :"7 .1 \,oU, avoe o -..'lo
May Day ,.tir,.I; time., 1 @.31-4.
Fourth-rac:e-Th-,' Canadian It.lv f
all ages. ont. -1tn, thre,--.-lxtrenthl nidh
Lam plighter il t,:> li.) 11 .\o1 %u .'O'i & ,
6e0':o1 ., Stowa A..Iy thIl',: tlim "'..- 1.-4.
Fi'th ra,:t:--.ehliih ;. -,\', r, fII I.o1ng
Figaro (e\,--n %yon, J. PFl. 1. -,:'-oon j %I
m ento, co, lt, t',lrd; tinie. 1:' ,1-t.
Sl.t.th ta,:,:.- Two-yea '.oi.l- <- -!llr,-. ii
furlongs. Roq-.tnort? 14 to 1) \\o.n. M
hawk fs'ind ,ll,. [EdowC tlhir', LinmtI lj
AT nni-ir.O BEACH.
The Altenilnance laiime ldlfl at-Cr (.1
h Fli.r One.
'A.C TRAC.2.K. BRIG.HTu"_; EI,.-.,_A"1
July ..'-,-The. carl fl-e todJay a j ,i H lua
onh hn-ad the atten(J.,ieo larg-. Th>itr. ot
was In-sp-lndid condition. Thirt-:.in -tir
ei-_l In the first race. \ ith L>-.r..i .I-awk
s ,-mo e lie' fa. cvqr;L.e. ,', 7iiilIt \."ui>--l nl
Caldoniht.e-iee also ti'rongl.\ iI. ,Lyed. L.ur
Htti*k- at'tc-r doing all the r inllE. i-'al l'-,'o-
beat Tiger a neck for the I.,!u,:e. in t
yeC'ti ,ed ent Lo1ng1 3,-e'h wu -.ilni-
l.,la.e~d,-.Off t'be boards. but K.," tfaih-J t
land,- beig defeate.a t by Ha-!el HatI:.
TVl,,,';ttrd ,-6,'ent was a :prtty v ia., t:
field ,-i7 nnlrE in g lose o',.-_,r lt,- 0 : i,t
l lo l -,li -e the C.'l.o Iil N. \'o;. .ili.
lake. 1 horns, the former nilhj b
half a length. In the fourth r.tee. i'ap
lain, T..made all the riu.fining, -%xinnrn
bY, tev.', he'legths fromn }leraldl, who .,.i
'.i- cb4 t. ftLv.e. le'llgtl1s.' :erxt1n tiid i
" '.trovtIle defeating Judge. Morrow' .n. thl

' hbt'64frrILd fY the honors of 0the sxth.
. : i tl..racielQlj,. 'five & rlongs-. LoQ
T-Inai-kistone.(j6 t)5o "won, _Chlt:dounia se_.ell
-Tig r third; timie, 1:03 1--.. .
Second rae--Three-vdar-,-l,^, slx fIua
Ion-s,. H-alizel Hatch ir t,, I> won. Lon
Brook second, SprIte third: time. 1 17.
Third rrce-Maiden twro-.ear-,,11. [i
furlorig's. Clio filly I,, 1 to li %on. \o,-'lit
second, Ma3 Irwin tlhr1; tnm-, 1 .Vn I-,.
Fourth race-One rnmie. (Capt-li T.
to.l) won. Herald second, Lifeboat tritr.i
time. 1:42.
-Fifth raee-Selling, |lve ful h-,ings. D 1:.r-w'
(I to II won, JudgeI tMorrow -F- < ,:,,i,
]ough-and-Rea.dy third: timne. 1 :0.
Sixth race--One role,:, Vood (-'hopper,
to 1) wan, \'esparhon .-seeon.d. Bonavet, ttnr
third- time, ]:li 3-4{.
BUASEB.ALL.
The VnllIounI JLea/'ue.
'At New York--
B OS~tOnl.. .. .. Il 11 1 i ( i 1 ] 11 --
N ew Y~ork .. .. u 0 is 2 11 11 ij *--
B3ase~hlt?--B~oton. ;'; Ne&w York. 11. Et
rors--Yop~ton, , New York, 1. tiittteile
--N3,ehola andl Tenniiy, Ru~iie and Farre-ll.
.V't Baltimore--
\V'askiniiyton .. ... 11 0 u i) ] ft n. n i>.-
Baltlnio. e.. .. ... 1. '2 .5 tl 4 11 in *--
B'aae-hits--\Vashlngton, fc; Batlimo|',-. l:]
Erro ra--XV'a h ins t on, 5: I3lt Imnore, a
Batter, e.-?-Mer-~er. Sullivan and M,-Giulrec
MeMahoii and [,oblrson.
.At C'lev'ela;iI-d-F"]rt game--
Louil.vllle, ... 3 ii 1 1 _* ") "* ^ 1- _-1
Cl'e\'eljnd ... ... 0 1 1.1 "2 i ii r, "3 11 _-I
Blase-hit--Loui\ ille. 411; C-le',elar.i, 1-
Errors-LI'ouis\'ille. (.; t_'r-\'eland,.. -4. D_,at
terie-?-Hemnmlng and Weaver; MiilLari'


Young and O'connor.
Second ganie-
oLisvi lle .. .. ... 11 4 .3 11 0 n u '--1!
C leveland .. o 1i '2 2 1.1 i 11 1._-
Baie-hlt,-l.oLiiiville, 1 1 Cli-,.v:.,,ti. i
Errors-jLoui--vIllev. i:1 i ,l lan,.i, v2. Fa
terles--Menafre and Grim: Young and
Zimmer.
A%+ Philadelphia-
Brooklyrn .. .. .. .. 1 *, 1 ., n u-- j
Philadelphia ... 5 :i ;j 1. .; l "-,- ]
Game calledI on ac,.-ount of d.rl'-:n-.
Da-e-hits--.Brooklyn. 11: Philadelphi.t. 17
Errors--Brookl.ns. 4: Philadel.,phia. 4. Bat-
t-rleas-Kennedy and Dailey; Harp,.r and

At Pittsburg-
C inceinnati.. .. 3 1 i 1 1 Ii t 11 j i.-i
Pittsburg ... ... 1.1 0 3 1 3 '2 *21 l 1-1
Base-hit--Ci nemnatl, 11. Plttitburg. 16.
Errora--Cincinnati, '2; Pittsburg_ 4. Bal-
teries--wyer, Parrott and Murphy, Elh-
ret and Sugden.
At C icago-
St. -.ouis .. ... ... u ) 1.1 1 i) 1:1 I.I 1.1 (- 1
Chicago-.. .. 1. 4 1i.1 1 1 1 1 i4-8
Base-hit--St. Louis. :::' Chihago. 11. Er-
ror--St. Louis, 4; Chtjego, 3. BJAtt,1-:ne
-Brl-itenstlin and, Taineham; -lutehlon
and Schriver.
Gainemvllit ,1i111 Tr:InIIit! Tie.
GAINES'VILLE. F).A.. hll- .;. --TI-..:
.O, iIJ gtn l-- between 'T.in i'&."- i,.li ll :..iin
an] n tti& Oak Hall arnitelirs >'-, l,-,:ed
here tos.ay in the rain. [h-- h ?ior, \\a%1 c
tie ar ttle end of th-. nintl inning. T.a.n.IJ
h&i a s ia geritlem anr "i club. "'17., i.,1e
was called on arcount of darkne-.. iii-
pIre McArthur gave c-1 r-lhtc S.-iti-'af':tl,,ir
The -features.of the game we'ie ont- home
run by Morrow, two. d p.lile ,.ay- ,-
Parod- and-)'Brien of the (:Oak H.tll and
three home. runs by Tan-ripa..
*Wetl Provided ,oi.
"Do"o the tact that I have money make
any-*9l\f_-we'ee to. you.'1-le-rbert. dear'"
"Of .ta^ Et.'does,. my OW.. It it '.s.mhc
', i < ;.i'' t :, ,. '"* ... "c* *


e. I~,:~c~TteS,.: 1


Alex. P. :Fries,

Tihomas Cia,- e,_


Jacksouville Mfg Drug Co., e5lwet Forsyth St., Wholesale Mann.
Slfacturing druggitsB, specialties, etc.


Mloik c& Lawton,


Cordero,& Fuller's Ticket Agency, ,,Ioy. Out latest
+* al Pons Wrt us.' '" "

Maynard s Ticket Agency, W. Bay.St. Tickets bougt, soldnd ex-
S. y < .^ changed. Correspoudience sollchied.

J. B, St'. P.-oduceeand]Com. Merchants. Dealers In Oil
--.. .. w .vj., Ban.ij.eoline. Phone 37"2, 2ur eybw..i Is to loan the cans.


Benedict, Pollak & 8Co.,-..,824 and V6 West B Iy,
b, ..i jIntrPlak&v& lioleeile Dry GoodC, Notloni, Etc


August, luAm,


Iseman C lansCn,


Merryday .& Paine Music Co.,


Dignan & O'Brien, W 7


T. H. Bogue Furniture Co.,


A. Summers & Co., w.


E. F. Clarki


Yncia- Garrett Prua....('.,


The Benj F. Adam's


Dr.:. E. H. Thacher


0. Pierri Havens,


.no, R. 'Scott,


The WE!KXLY TIMES-UNION,





r THE FLORIDA TIMES.UNION, WEDNESDAY, 1, 189-G. 1,


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thv ,avinr of ,f r ,ir : str-c'rt in ll ,!i or.ln-
ar,,:., r,?i..r.:>r i.,-..l- eNo therefore. be It
Resolvuti l-% i -h, Board of Public Works
, h.f the i< -( IJaek.:.,-nvil[e. That the own-
.! ,.,f l,-.i.c, 'r,:. ti1,ii oi l-tozaln strei et from
Ray street to:, A h.t!-y street; Laura street.
flrijn the -St. Jobhns river to State str<-et;
Bridge street fr.:,n Ma:.y street to Ash-
I-y *i;tr--,r: Main street from Eighth street
to iti-? Belt railroad; Market street from
hi St Johnr ri\cr i Eighth str,-vt: Jul a
.-ttiett IroI' Pay s.ie,.t t.: E,1- je str'et;
I_- vdl =t% L'i- vision Lane: Ilriviiion Lanr to the Plank
1.'I, l. 1-,I tl.l ri.;, e to, .lh ,- ,- i lim its; T" l-
lesr-n~ l and 'ev.i.- frmil [Lid'V Al tl'et n.r'h-
wardj t.) the ity lhaifl.,; FloridLMavenue
ir',mn Ba.yty street to tCemetery road; Davis
street fromt Met-'oy'-s creek to. the old
Shell roa-l: Ashley street fromI Matn
*tri:-t to Bridjepr street; Adams street fromn
Brivte .-tre-t to, Myrtlr. avenue; Riverside
:- rtv n,. fi..-n the i.-du t to the c ity lim-
Its. Late street from Riverside avenue.'to
the -',-hol-hou-e: Forest street from Riv-
r-i,-le avenue to Palm street; Palm street
from Forest street to the Plack (_'reek
Io aud; the Black Creek road from Palm
street to the cty limitsl; Peach- street
from F,:,rt.t st-reet to C'hurch street; the
.,n's roa 1 from ShellI road to city
limits, and the Jack.sonville Street Rall-
ti,] oompai~ny, each to the Pxtent of his
Jiabllit\ urN 1 d1 -s id ordinance, are he-reby
oidered arnd.] jerit.jrid to., iave saml streets,
aienue- ; and ro-ads b>teten said points
with such materlil a a; ni~y be oer-afior
d,-sicn:te..i, ant. in compliance with the"
Mlinr; and sI.Iecllih.atiuLIIS therefor now. op
fil.? in th, oillce of the Boardl of Public
V.'Urkz. marked. "Plins and Sleclfic'Tttl'nti
for the Paving ,If q-"`ertaln S'treets." and-to
confmply with all the provisions of said
ordiian.'-e. said paving to be completed
on or bl-fore the- fir-t day of September,
A..D BK44: and. be- it. further .
Resolved. That said ordinance, together
.'ith this '-soluition. be published dairly
in the Florida Tines-Union for the..pepiod
of tw,:, \vtks as notice to all persons anti
eor|.,ora(i,:,n.n. whov-e duty ;t is to do s-aid
p11 .\ing
I, WVm ('. West. recorde-r of the city :of
Jacksonvile,-. hereby certify that the fqre-
g,:irng ordinance "as duly, passed byvthe
;it, C,,ouncil of the city of 'Jaeksonville
on three sEv,;ral readlings. by a majority
itte: on the third of wxthich readings oil
th,:- I7th day of July. 1.R1. it was passed
bv a majority of the whole number Of
lnemt.,er.- of caid board; that it was on
the 19th day -:,f July. 1S 1, approved a4nd
signed by the Mayor of sid eity. and
that said ordinance was duly published-on .
the 2th day of July. 1894.
I further ecrtifv that the foregoing res,-
lotion wxa duly pasSe'l by the Board of
Public V,'uiks of tne city of Mii Hiost..-
at a regular meeting of sat ird,-duly
and ropiularly convened oi tIht day o-f
July, l394.
Il witness n hereof. I I hereunte
set my haru1 and off2ial se t Jackson-
ville. Florida. this 27th da f July, -A.D.,
t."1ial )1 WM. 1:1. WEST,
Recorder of the City of Jacksonville.
i-I-blished from Saturday. July 3Sth, 1894,
to Saturday, August 11. 1894. Inclusie.)

HOTELS AND I.SORTil.
T'-H E TR RfVELERB8,

JackLonvllle ,. ....
European hotel and home restaurant.
Under new management. Convenient o
railroad depots, steamboats and business
center. All modern improvements.
D. C. ANDRESS, Proprletor.

NOW lor 1e Bonks 01 MO! BeGOiil$TaI

The Gliff House and GottaUPe.;
AT TALL[',AH FALLS. GA.
Will be open June 11. Full band ant" or-
chestra. Liberal management and-popu-
la r prices. "

Thet trlrnhton anW ParkM Hotls
At Gainesville and the Cliff hobu4a' t
Tallulah, are under the same manage-
nient. For particulars address
J. C. S. TIMBERLAKE, Manager.



Lorill rd Villa,
St. George Street,


Strathmore Hotel,
Am itt enel .--1 : .1'
Four daily trains to "and fM& 'Fernan-
dina. Rates $2.u0 per-day; $10.'per' week;
special rates by the month and wr tasaw-
llies. Opens May 10, 1894. ."
H. H. LANVILLE, Propi'eior.


White Pines Inn,
HENDERSONVILtLE, N. C;."'
2,252 1.2 feet above the level of the sea. ,
The only hotel In the city convenient to'
depot and street car liner Ratet satisfac-
tory. Wrlte Lo J. C. RA= ,,]Mgr.w
Henaersonv!l, ,H.,, C.

ALLEGUANY SPRINGS, VA.
Open June 1. '.The grttest' dim-40ia
water known. Indorsed-by tie-stitMNi,'Ted*
leal society. Most popular uimnme .twarUt
In the mountains of Virginla.-Accoromno-
datlons flrst-clas,. Beajtlful lawn of
forty acres; fine walks and *ArvtB, good
liver,, band of music, PqPL (ataniMlh
and express offices. WujteMCJetall gB.
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I.-. p.ty for.
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h- pae% ..d t.Ii l to, >::.rn .lv I ith ,,. -,,.-I'.-
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'n eqi0 y: rl',Vh'id ih.-j' ,.ii .'rl I[ ? [he
;,r,o:)I rty on E.i h sideP ofI! the -'.r t i .trd
--llh lil ,lily hI e Il- --I h .nf-,r' -t i .i ,i,[" th .
i tuj.l .co- ,t n, r. ;rl -.ng r._-- .t.
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riiiri-y ne.-esary t I :I, r'"y xj it ii, r,-i
'.'isi,:n.< of thiz. ordi,.Irta -Le i i.-.r~y u-
rho rizei:i.
-'aiedt Julv 17. 1 .
A|.,prov'e I July ly !th. 1Il.
'. -D. lU. FLET"'Ii-I-P.
A tru, >:-:.py--Att.est: ;\.j .a '
1 EA L.) \VM. C '. ERST. ?-r,:ir-r.
i iP ui.,lisli:-.,I Jul 'Iy M ". '.i

\VheTrea. Th,-I 1 v,,r nn.d I-'it." <- p A`,;l
of the t.'01,- of Ja-eksoiv'ille. "uponI the
r'eorn rihaendaati,-,ii of the Boal' ,] h'f PLbI1
\Works of sai,. cit.v- have enacetd an or-
.Jinaric-,e entitled "'An prdlna-nce to regu-
lat, require and provide [or the [,aetng
':>f market street- from, Bay -treft to
DuI street -with- .brick and rock." at,-
,1pro7i0 on-the 19th 'day of July. 1S94. re-
!..11ll Lg he. pavIng of a d. street v. ith
AHL t U a nT-aild"',i---wtihin tt time
.l,:In Ha maiier,-,li'i said ordinance ,d:lslw-
'iati, iand aduthorizing this hoard to make
:he t-'vessary 'e.x.pendirures to the carry-
in z njt, of the provisions of said ordi-
I Id rl; and.
1% "rpas. This board deems nis oeo--ary
the Rdvlng of sald street .s in said ordi-
nance provided:'now. therefor.V he- it
seo0lvld. by the Bnlt-I of Public X\'orks
)f th6-. City of Jacksonville. That the
,;)wvner.s of lots fronting onl Market Frreet.
,-wItwen Bay street an,1 Du val Stre--t.
ia_.h to the extent of hi-; liability lenderr
-ail ordinance, are hereby ordered and
reIuiro'?d to pave s:uwl .tr,_-et t t'-',en
-,1lpoi.nts with vitrifii.d bri,:-k and roc.k.
'"I compliance with the plans arnd pecii-
,aations t'ht ref,_,r r i,)-%. ,:) n rHle iu theI l t,
)f tlv. Board Ofl Pjl)li( -\Vork:. rn rki,l
"Plan,- and .specification-- for the pa\inv
of Ar, rktet streeL with vitrified brick an-!
roek," and to comply with all the pro-
v-istoh? of sad ordinance said pahlgn to
be e,:lmpleted on or before the lzt day
.>f September, A.D., 1. further .
tttot,.ed. That s'-aid ordinance, t':g>-.th,-r
with t~hi? re-solatlon, be published ,tall\
in the Florida Tim,-s-rUiohn fur the period
of two w.eeks, as notice to all p.,erson'
-1nd eorporatior,'3 whose duty it is to do
53aid pavlng-.
I, WVn. t-'. ,e-st. reeoriler of the city
of Jaekson 'dle. herel-,y certify that che?
I'orejg'oins ordinancee was duly passed by
the City Council of the cit\' of Jac.kson-
ville on three s-everal re-iditncs,. I. a mt,
jorlit vote, on the third <,f which readi-
ings. ,n the 17th ,:1jy of July. \W~. it wa.;
nas--ed by a majoritv of the whole num-
,.,er of m,?nlbers ot" said board; that. it
wa<5.' on the 19Jth day ,:, Jully. 1^';,l. al-,
provped and signed i~v the Mayor of S~uJ
,:.ltr. and that said ord, nanee was dui.%
n-uhlishord on the "ith day of* July. 1%9|.
I (*urlh,--r ,?ertify" that the t'or.goine
r,-sohltlon \\,as ,dui p'ass-ed It:y .the: _oard
,>f Putblle Works of thn- city 01 .Jackion-
vilh.? atl a. regular meetiire- of said board.
duly and regularly convened on thie "-tht
-In ins hereof I have hereunto
.?et my t-and andl orm'hl-tl seal at Jlack.on-
ville F a.L, this 27thl ,day of July, A..D .,


SA. )A I-.I. C. )WEST.
iteeorler of the City of J^{kon*me
i'Publillhed from Sititurdayv. July 2,. 1o1.
to Saturday. August 11, 1,4. In,-lusive.i
No. 1 U.


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-. -- -CHICAt.O *f HANGS.B

C'hirlietr nnd Exteu! of Speculation
in Grllin inll Piroviiiionu.
C',l%_'AtitO 111. July :1.-There waF f,-,
l1 strenlgthh tu I w Rheat ,at he ,:.--ril
to la.,' than marked th-- ,l,--,Se ye.?elJ]iv
The ,t-.rn n market W.iq-i off" and at. i wnc;l
rt.*-k its in-,etu.q fr,,n1 that crlil wh,-i ,
,idvjtni.-in It ,li.lt n r-itu r lly ir d O .1 'l *i,
\mnipathy Lone %%olle.I wi.-S disl",j.-,l ,-,I
.V al a r ri r-ucri tt elt V i t |- 1'1 r II Tr"':'
.i-insi:ll inal [ thp in 'iie l oifi pr -irit ,'in .
:O-s. Thitel<" ur. .s.--..^hn dlid not ilili. it,
h',-,Inharr t .-trong'ali ,-tlh h '! i t ,
l,.'--e nI,-',],:iir ral ly L""I tl, "I.'i i ,-' '"
,iiivInl -:. lh,-,ld .-r of lp rlvileg,_-s. V, r iit-
r]. onri--r, t t i -t v. \-l ,l,-ri ,. frontm tl,,-
,.-ff,.et in *t,:,a.'\,nr rh.:. Prim-r y in ir6,,-t
o ,'e 1l ;ts wv r'e th ,i l_ f'_ .--' i n'.f d vi'."
"iIn.'c t e inr .,Imr ti,-,n 01t the n ,o v.'w r ,',;,
,fi )v.i\'m fe!lt. Sel'teul.,.r ,,l>.|.:--]-i ;it .] 1--1,.
,'1 l-le; ^<:.l,.d l(.-t".veen 51 an- l .'52 7-we, ,?lo--
.IIe :.it .". ,,-., ,'- ? !' lllnder:'.l :.e t.rt,:1d i ,.'ai-r,
heat wa' In l;i..>d 1,lenland at ;|,:"itl
.teadv '.rice'-. A fter a L;I:.I[ ',-- ,at th,.
*.vc-LiIher Uinic fli>-1,ill] In 0,'-,rn ptlunst
nto the i t :it th -,- Ope ,lnL _- "I d,. f '11ti,? ,ii"
.-. ,den ],:,rej to : -I1 th, -r h .!.llt: -. Prl:.,:
t.t rt.,d_ irri- ,rlarl u nd, v.,- o k. l it .au ,I.
iO t,=r r '._ h ir-t t!.lu. n' u.,rp' i n 11,_ i l b '-
?]ni <- no,,ll,..-i ._ Ih.il cr, to i .irV rVE i
'mil,;.' tfrom tilc-iortinn "f th,-, corn hell
'lll hr t .i .)t :r .%-,i t'.iv,_-,r_,d x, itl-i .-h,,'"e!:'r
.t l' ll-r tl v ,'" .I' ltri,..'t t i, t I,'-,1 l a ir ii .1',
'ihing. Not a ti_ L4eat ,i,-al ,.f rain haad
[all,-n diiiinl4 the ni-, ihl, but W.\-' nr-!,7I-,
e,-edie'.''d furrh.'-r sl',owe!'-. \whh.! lirugl-,t
nut n oi-!. ,.Lirni aind I'ri.,dli.,, -' : ,-_.-ca] d<.
?lille 71- |,t' l t.l. m -r (.o1r n ,)ier d I i l ,:_1 l l -,i
", 1',' 1-4 '* to -15 1-2':, s';.,:'- b t.',:.P |-e i 4'' .^: a ri t
II 7-%c. ,..Iosirf" ,at i'. l-2-.CT !'; .'%'- y ii<,-l
. 1'1. i-f ,l''.'l '-';,, Ironri ',.*:,-te ',day A 1.\ri^z-
. IEusincs'' wi.i,= ,i3-,'n.? i1 ca~h corn .:t i'i*rl-l. -
.,,t',e :tieInL I-",_" ,*:'vtr "*F.tr-r ]!.i .. T hr ,.,fit -
. ',"]. t vt f w ith,-,ilt !r,,.;-.[,ridl,-n,',: ,of ,,
- ti..n. LorL's Wl're .-elllnL' l.'it it -'.,.i.s. ,In,
v .ril.- to Ihe w,-t. -" ,aiid ,decqlnriii w.h,-it in-..1
- ,ornll n?-ir-ir et tll.-il t1,ry .\>--rle ,J,.,,n S,.
r ,.ilterriter oat. ':l,-,e,1 1,- 'ilri:r )'e l.('l':1'i"~
r ,_a.h ,,,.tt w e:r,_ sl .,n v *;: ,d t i t l~i,'|!h ,1ui,- ]
Y rice-'. P r,\ l!.in.'l -'; [ iih ti1l ir.l',r-i\''td tono
1. 3 n,:g'i, a lie-ht rnn o', ther .i,.] 3,n .',d.
h 'Ill,?," li! th-,ir Iprice -. pilodi.l-t \\i'- eri
- i-,l-, 10o r.i'e.- nt ,:. i.,,-ttnr feeliil,7 to,-;)-,
'llgni -e i.,-.rJ v It w. -,.: 1 duill. .lih'th,:;
*. n m il-e_ t. h,>-''v ve r. [pr|k ^ ei'." i Ii? \-, l.:
.!' it iia._ht exte-nt h-, fore- th, clno-e on ji--
'- L'olliht *:,l th wekness? ,n grih. ltr.tn-mb,
t r.,,rk. 'an'l .eltemnber !'*ilb were- \.;th,-,ut
r **IIUii'-' fro.m y >'te.!,]qy at t,- i l,_..1,. \'. hid-I
.r l.; lll-,t~ i ,.-I | -t l' ] -,.. .] **h.-rl hl,2.iet. T hi
I' ,".* i~l i-iiiirv %,a- rn -,i <,n te.?
i The l..-:,.dins cl"I-n futures op'ne,] arid
)' q*o:- d as t',.:llu, *" tola\':


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It v14ivi'l o "f Fl,'i0nli 1 iA a tlhvr .er'vlI ee
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t.V- -r'ti?' T h,- I ii h -hll'!? -.'.it n!- ll' c. or I ;n .
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* ii.:'hi il;," Ih lj.ired F,,!*m ,?r i,:i:- r'-1 \,-,\v- la n,1.
,.1n Ih u th .- r ha n dl. fr .itr tr.- v ', i',: i e.- r ---
I ,i ,1 c 'i r dI -'_ i n A- i '.. ,q a f I it ],,_,1 n tr ,? .
,:j ;,?. f',E rd,_n -' a L ,- \' I t trrI.It ,r ,
were llnl,1uvfrd.
\V,:-. ti'lii Lir.trr,.t--V !-lil,. .-,.,;.n-i, eti,.;,-
I'-l,,I i l2: iaI i t hi haI t 'iL- ht i ._- I lh vioQ i'.
q.'.,>:.]*f. ,)thi~r I.'t; ,* :>c'" the_',d i :tr 'i,:t ha i
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,\hr,, rlc.d i I. I. T I':. l t i, vl .:-,, le i 4\ i ,'t [i'l
t h-, r.: ,' %, : I 1 1 1 ,I I T -'i tvn- i i :r,;-
tliiie .t\,--! i t^_d f!>' l III ''; t ] d'.& i ?^ d ,l il',
t7 .-1,v. no nm tl -.Id t h.=r.- Iw.. 1. 1-.- I J-i th.
I ha I I .l ii i ',I ki ,i ln. l'.;Ir g -iv.1 I.-
".1.','1",- l.U']:_il;. ente.,g' fl ;in ri,'"l.:hiL<, i,..,:i;I!n^
.In,:1 Mri ,l.hl -'i t!i, '. I e ) I l ,-..* r :*" !' \ !,,?!-'
tlv? wv e-, l I,. r v. \ :.idd, ,t ii. T l n *--t tl, i;;,,
i'',,n 1 ,-i l -l : ,Iri h i.- h. ,.7 iii b ,It w \,.he, --
lte hi :-i % i[.---r nIIin!. niII I r. l t i w ori:
,I, 'u i: t I.,e '. 1 li,?,l. ,'. ii,:. i L,: ,-i.ri l '"' "
;-t e ,-.. ,:- *.inli ni-ii to *\'~,- v w lI ;ithd ,1'r.)11i=,
,- >,.d '. i, ..-. :T t. -.tn v iI I'. ,.:,i id.-? th ,
S wma ,- lh l n iu a l'.I--I I: | I", --t-
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11 i j !,,i.i.|t ,,,im ,!, t,'.-,IT r 'l 1 J ,l'h- I'&- i,..- i.0 ,-
t,-t~ k ,i' r, v ,oi,,ln-, il.to Ii t Ii,: t. M el.-in,-"
,'ii ni.lrllb. -. ,,t ,- i i ,'1 -" :il k. h,.,-1i nt .i,-_.
-, cT i- ,n tli,- rl ark, t -;ind I: i ;- in ig i ,
. 1 I I -, [ i, .t t .: M f l._ I t7 i V, .: -; .
,'i0 : nite t !i- 7 ii,,r! .in l I'- .ivel.ii,- I .tli i[']l.
.! '7 : iilniu l. .b., 'iit 1 46
N.)rih,.rii ,i :ri i't- T ci .r- ,tc i.'.. li-,hl.'
,i-il,:i,?li t : !-iv h r- V 0. 1. ITrrud Ll-I .-,' ,f ill;.
,1u t .\ -r -,. f.-. [I t n I ..-,I [ !,A rt. .- r lig h l
3 r ,. 1 l, r I f..I I ,a ._. I I i .Gi h -.. .1\ I %e.i
n-_,rm .i I f.:.r t lit: w -,: k P r11 .:.,-.:! 1 1 n11i.1
ry Lr." . e r,-,]. '',' tt,_,.i T- ,iiF t iri n. .ill-.? .i ri i Ih
.'"',.i.l~ 'i %; .--''-i, r-z, i 1 ,.,. ,.-,, J..l -. r I rn ;. ,,:' !
v.-,n','-ni kiriaR lir ,,r ,,It iri ,n cim z-, th-in'
P-. i -. I'otat ',-p. carr(. ,_r.z >'.-tr ,d.-iin-
S *!. A t J'_-I'k. son'.v!ile. the? ex.ox ?- .-' .)ji" tt:ni-.
p.?-rirure from, Jari, try 1. 1.-, M.r,'h ].-wa-
;fh ,!egr"-. '_On Jul... 3ith thi* ex,.euq ha-l
lisappe.Ired an. a .,Il-.:l. n,-y of Fi e-.
'l!.,pear.. --howlnv that ,-iirincv .h,- s;r v. f
ing s erio:-from Mlar,-h 1. -,,.o iJuly-:.9,.. 1
temperature waF :,I ,-1,-re I-- lower, ;h.a..
th- averaea- for that time:-. In lh.:- sm,
:,.,-riod a d,:-,fl,-.-n.:,y or 5.57 inche- Ifi M Iain
'All ocLurred. [Durhin a.. l.ln,.,-.'tornl on
Jily ",,th th,- terrpelaturr f.-ll to i7J.", d-p.
t1"-- I .Jt J ._k 0 o ,.","illh:-. t h_'- I ," ePst pohr.I
*:-_ r r-a .-:1i aIt the % v.',-. t t h,.r b u r,. IiI
,riTi,_e ,urin th t_ tt 1r-l de_..-d- v ,. -f July.
H t.h, nt t rnIer i tu r,-, ,h!14 1c -_1 i. i:;r.F.
rnlri n i 1. Inorn lrl. -s.: : 'ra v ? rainfall
;.r'- i. ho,-r al r.-lnfall. 1.47 IPv h -1.
n ntral I-Ist rict-WV'hI;le I-sh,.:w?-r- fell
ili-., 1;, ev,:ry ijay thrro)iighouI tlie pre.tu'r
1,- rt .)ifI the di.;-trc ., th ,y wer, ge r.--rally
.., i ,, light, b. t In mo- _,tt CUnti.-; sum-
_..Int f,, r thI rhf ,c-,, of cro.s. The daily
,Lll,-mp .'itlurt av,'-rageed ail'-,iit ,],=.l'-e b.:-
I.-. w normal. Tnr .-un.hlne and ihwet'
t1,tern ilt,.l In i such ;. in lin er as to .e
bi-n,-fic.ial. I-Iea\y Iocal rains and high
r,,l? Improved .,Jmagin',a o t i-rops. f-nces
In l tirnb,:-r it, a f.." |:.lae 1l1r ln.-es
L.1]it r i-e ..I pataO' ,,-'. 'l" dr _'- ,, f briu ht fruit.
,,:I-I little rutt having" a yet a- rp eareu.
Tihe l.i--e? il `it -:e ,,-:.utity ar- r -I' orte,
!,:,w-,- I th.in for 17 3,ar Highest tem-
ppratlre i. :], Iow t. i" nih?3i. Sii: nIrinal.
o,.-av.rL.e r.filn. 1.17: normal. 1..1'.
So)tII.-rnI I Li-tr'i,?l--Daily ,dve _r cicy in' I
tetirilrU i0,. : bout I d.-greeS : rainfall
4l1ihtly ai o\e noinail. The weather con-
,lit~u.o W:ir'e fa virabi,:-, for s11;h cropE
1 a3re now- gl'owVing. Range arnd Icuncli
I i e-i\ :. (, 1oi [,ni.i ,- to) nili.,ro\v o. Tlhe pin,-
q.l.,ple ,:rui'o Ih'- ._" I,?,_ ina,,rr--e~i : .1 fe.w
Ilbtht .-hlpmnl ltS L :.itliriie to g.-, forwar,.:
n-ii.\ t houJ-ald. of new rlant? .are t-ein!?
:et out. (_",:, -pc^as I.,eghinine- t,, ripen.l
ind,, a a rule? are w-ell lilled oit. High-
e-r. tem peralur,=, [l: I,,w,?st, '71: rlife n. li,
riurni~al, S4; average rain. 1 ?._-: norm-il.
1i17 E. Rt. DEMAIN'.
rill e,-.tor,

.FR11'T AND VEGETABLEi MARKET.

Necv York Fruil,'t Murkel.
NE\W YRK. JJl'. "21 --Wat,rmelons.
S -'tl'dli_ it c -i1-. il'ni t,-, '-l"l Le-''onte iir.qrs,
.f4 to 15i. p r bilrn I: 141 to $1 '.-'_, l.r c~alrlrir
Oll\'it Br'os.


New v ion:tiemn-tit. under d;r.-.-ti.:.n of Mr Robert, pr.:,pri,-tor. Iotel on the bay.
W "-.r sltl.i.lrtiili in S-.t.. kulg.kotiniv. \Vili i.be kept -Op h in tim inifer at reldue,1 rate.a
Ior r.-m dli,:- I ii ,-,h,-li-. .,%ii% tI, h,,t,. \vdl 1 b, fuhn, the only frsit-elvs Ps Fren lh
r.---.taiu':tnt In Flridla. N. P.OCEI-RT. Proprietor.


h!it:l n'.,l r;oin ," t -'," yl" C '.-mi' I, -ter,, I, i r '.
_T,.vi'.- tv-. t fl,,ri .- ,n -M et'- ei,-,k t, lthe
,-I,-Ti -l! i, ,id. A-. h!iv -Ir- It frorm _M iil
tr.,:, r= c ,i,, ;rillp 1- te, : A=.it" ._ :, i n : rtr- ft. ,
'roir r-.I'i.j1 ..- tI'rp- t to M y 'tl ,Ie-. t i._n LIk--e:
17' .;,x 1 "I dI v ,; i E .i>o f r m,,n t h e I t iU C. .t 0 .1> t l ,?
,ityv oltij f I-Iiti. s Iret [' n i R Ivrs!-,.?
.,-' ii.' t,.i th~ .1hc a ,, l hoi. 'i- ; t F':R i me t c treet
rl',_..'il FR i\ ..-r id,.i,? a ,.:lili'? t,:i P .-l ml ,= tree: '
P-'tl iii s t 'e1- .l, '. -m'ii F -! I',- r'. i tr-.-t to to e
Dla,:iK ,I :,,Ak r,.,.: tne r-l.r:k 'Ce' k ro,:-i,
'1".," Pji lI I rte tF 0 I. he (I IIv It rlm t- ;
'-),A htr h tr- t fromn I F :-,r,- tL str.:-t ro,) i 'huiI--h
Ktrei-t: t- K h roa d i 1-r ,1. 1: 1 l i r, -, 'I
l~i (h- ,"!3 Illt.ii -.. in cr ipliance -% ith thv
Ilin :I Al '|.,, I ion, ; th1 1%ref",r nio ;' o,.in
!ii in th ,e f.:. ., .:'r ro.: P -tr fd of P .ib lii,-
'., .,.rk^. nt.,rke, "'I-'l.tii r ,- and ep iLi!ii-tn'-, -is
H.,Ir [ Ih i vi l.z or II:.,.;. n L ira. d' hld .
..I -i '-- i. ii :, '* 1 -1 Dli.',.tl =ti' -.'...-. T al--t;
r-:i ,i -h.J.] F I.;rld .A a ,-I -- D .t\'i. A\ h -
I-'n," .' Id x .-L-Ii' -z Ql.lr I r.' : ];iv r e I.1d,: a v'nu ,-]
Ii't .,, F ,.nr,--r. -tli.j Pi'!ni tl.'- r-" th- n].a,-k "
I'l'.?ek r'ad,,, P. : 'ih '-_'t an.J the K Ing'.,
ra.-'.i]
.!e:. 2. Th.tt th,-.- 3y r iI 'Oily C',.un-
,:;I hieby reluir., the lv\ p of Hoiz,-n
-ti'.-_t fl',-.m F av % sti,-t ,, A.-ik l,:-.\- street;
I.a.-ur.a !tr,1:, t from tr1,, 3t. Joh.ins mI,'%e"
to , ,re1 -.tK,.,=t: T'l',.li-,- .stl'-.ti flor.: -,m av
:tit--_.-t tO A |l ey --n. -r: M.\ nn street from
I-,-, ii'- er-eli r., the r;lilt r-ilroad: Pl:rk-
1 t fr,, Ei hth str,:p, t ul;a ir- et lrjin Biy street ,
t., mtr:- ~t f-:.I : lu.-il Str.:,_-t froim' Talkey-
;tl,:i vn,.i,-- to vi ii L, L .ii e: IFi%'isi,-,n
1E tne tc th,-- Plark I O.-.i nd thence to th.-.
.it:," il- r t : Ta l,='.-rar.J \.lxe Ite fro-m r -
"h 11*li t l,. ii h ri l t. H ir ; lii ts:
FI,,rr-a aveii',=" fr.-.n ai:, street t,-- CCome-
t,:-rv ro-,l: I a\viz ..-Lriet ti't ron *i Mc 0.:' 'o .s
,-.rnek to ,-, l S h-ll r:,;I,-,d: .1 :1 ,y street
from Mn nl :-'tre,.t t,:, :'i..ri- ,- streett: Adaril
-tr,.--t fr..om ',ride- .-tr,--., t.- Myrtle ave-
ill,"-. P!','/ei-,.l-_ avenue lr.:in \i.t,.liict to thbe
r.y.) lirl, !: D-late ;-rlr _t[ f imIn lv,.-rsidv
L\ nilii,? to th,.' sc ,o:l-h_',.1-er; F. Iie-r
'.,i---t fr,-m RP I er % ..l,:. a". riiii to_,IL PalIM
.-tr ;:--t: Palm s-tr et i'r.-,im Fo.rest ?ti:r-.t toli
the Blak ,''reek roa.. th, Black Oreek
r,.ad fr.m Palm .-_tre,:-t to the ,-ity Imits;l;
P,-a-li sr.:-t from F,'Lr-t street to 'Tiih
-,tr'et, and,] the Kirf,'.- road. froln Sh-11
road to ih <,: .ity Iin-.Its., in ,o i1l-hianc-
with the pirw.',''liio;.: of thiz ordinance, to
be done I.-". the ,,vi ner, -, .f lots fronting. on
.- !,d -tleet.:. averii.:-; .al'.1 ro'ad? i-,:_.ti%'enm
sa&,- p,-,ilti name.I. aild by.,. the Jacks,3n-
ville Stireet RailroadI company. >ea.;-b of
.-aid 1.:,t owner-i to thie exten for which
hi,- ean bI ordlriariee mad]-e Ilatle undirer
thiie tr-'n orf 'eiion 1. of on act of the
[egi,, lai.lr,?:- of Floridh. entitled: "An act
4upp-ni-meritary to an a,?t to establish thF.
muniipality of Jackson\vi[e. provide for
rt aoveri'irienti and pr,.-cn .e its jurisdic.-
Ll -:l .- .l I l ..,T, -! ,.. p l.r ,. .' I M .- :I_, 1 .
.I.1. z". sxtenrt the pomer-" of t he -ov'ern-
nment thereof," approved May 31, 1.SP. and
the jaek4onville Sti-'r.et Rairoad ect->pany
t.,i the -_xtent of it.- dutie. under the or-
,Iinanec-F. -.,f ihe. ,ity ranting to it fran-
ehises :,ni !-_al it- to uuFt .-,:,i'i stre-ti for
it.; [lirpos*Q 7 ;iJ p, aving t,, he completed
jr, ,ur br.for- th-,, first :-1',y : oi" S-pteml.er.
A.D.. ly94. ngrid Mel e board d of Pi.ublic,\ Work's
-iro hereby re'ijir'ed to or,.ler thl- -owneris
.:f Iott fnr-mne on rSaid it'eeti, avenues
and r,-ad,1-_' I, xee-rithe s'it l iOil)tq named,
-r,,i tlihe Jack-. orili r le Stil ?t Railr-a,1 corn-
l-rin.'" to |';e the sild tIreelpiq. avenues
in,:' r.,t df, each ,off said1 lot \\ier; 4 t the
extplnt to \.hlch h>- o -an 1:- made liable
,lln -r tli- [, ro.i:ins ,-if aidlJ .e tion 1. of
iald a(:t'ot' t he Let. .-Iljtu'e, A 1,ro ,-,l May
31. I1,0. tlie aiil o-wler. ,;.f -lots fronting
,ci aid street-,. av%-ntiil .rind road1. are
her.1,,y reo, aliI-.I to pave an 1 hereby
male IlIable to the ci.z-t of paving
of -aird portions.i of -a!d street-,, avernues
ar,-d r,:,ad to tIhe ftifll xteut to which the
-;.Id act of th- Le.si-wljture authorize? the
Mayor an,.] City C,-,uncil of llite city 'of
1,>'ksoII. illIe. by ..rd.iii, I -E. t, o require
them to fpa\ve sach streets. avenues and
roa,ls, ar.d to r,,.,ke tlhem liable for the
, ,.t of [,aiing tOle tame.
S,_-,. %. That th-,r .,rinanco. together
wi-h a r,:-.-lutiron of the Board of Public
W ork-_, ol r 'lci _r th-. paving of 33,,d A treettz.
a".-.nue. and roads, in.conipliance with the
r):;-.\'sinzr of thlls orin.incise htill b? pu =b-
liiied ,.ailv ini a rn wspapr pibllsh,-l in
the oil,. of J^ik.-ionville. Florida. for the
r,,!io.i i.t..r" -;%.,?, ,ks. ;i. n-,th e t,,o all rner-
q,')' and e,:r>or3': tion- whose dJli1 It is
:'n ,,de bv% ,-ir~tiiln-i e l''di,_ said,,, pa\'irn .
See I 4. Tn,:- ,it'il- E _in,:,-r. upon appli-
,.: ,ion. .ihAll fijrnih iii- l i, .irl' out the
gia-t,1 f r .All pr, ',-l. ,.mu d.r ohllig ion t o
par% e. Tne Boart ,-or PubJ'o- Workq- shall-
nr'oiIre an,( i ,:et in thie uitie l" f the City
Enginre-r. for insp-,:ti,:n. until suc-h pav-
int shali ih e orrletcd. sp ,-.-in-ni ,of the
ni.tt'-rin.i re," l-irir,] to be u'-1A urpon each
.-,f ,id r.1 re-tr__t. a 0Lvenule' .land roa, ds, and
shall also pr-i...are and keep in said (.City
Engineer"; o':ffi-e for insi.,,cion. Fpecifloa-
tions of the nt-Lnner In whirh the work
shall be dor,. All paving shall he lonee
under thle ,d;re,?tion and superision of the
Board of P,.i-l'. W, irk?."
Seo. -. That th: Plo-ird of Publli Wonrki
atre lierl:>.y authorized i n,. ,- directe:1 to
r-.,e an, t,-,t. pay for such pirts of said
Ttr-ets. a '.v.-ii-3 anI r-_ids .a- it I"Q the
dJiV of the muinicihpality in such das,_, to
pave and It-% pay ior, as fast as.-i and at
the sjrne ti'ne that the ? lid lot ownerss
-nd the sah-] r-iirc,, comp-any p., the
part! of said lstreet-z, avenues and ridd_
the'y arc, ?ach required to pave and to
pay for.
Sitc fP. Shiul,.1 any of the owners of
lots fronting on any of th- -aidl streets.
.tv'en.le- ,:" roid- r,?.tIuired to b, ? paved.
(..il II ,_.,,n ple,\ v.-ith the orders of the
Board of Public WVorks, t.nI1 thl-, pro-
-+s.on-s Of this o .dinance, the Board,- of
Public Works. shall .have. the -work; done
ind ,'the. amnoutnt1, oon-tracted -+to be paid
therefore shatll be a lien-on the lot or lots
fron, ting ;on, such. streets,, aveniaetf or road's
pro rata, and .said..llen::. shal,lB;;be, enflorced
l.y suit rin equity;..Provided, Thl-at owners
,of the pr'or~erty' on each stide of the
streets, avenues, or, .roads paved, slia.ll
only be liable, for one-third-of- the. atual
,co.' ,of:pav'ir^ s~lid ztreeb., a\',nues,) .and
r,:ad; .after dcJle.Jut'nr theos r-*:-;' f pavin
(he space reouired.;,to :be paved- by the?
,Jaekson vil1.e Street Railroad ,onlpany.
See?. 7 That .h,-uld the; Jacksonvmlle
Str'eef, R']iiromd companyy fall to p-ave; the
rpa-rc..o|' said.r &tree-ti av'enues or road.? re-
,iulured i,\- ordiran,.:u to be paved by them
a* "a!,iidl\ al th- other jiart5 of the
streets ar, pavtd, then the Board ,of Pub-
Ii,? W ,:rk..shall institute pr.,ce,-dines to
forf.,iit the franehi.,i'lgh,ri t" and lprlvilegeF
of the? said Jai~k?.on'.,,ll,:- Street Railroad
i-onmr'a ny. *. ,. "
See. S.+ That :the ,:.xpc-nd:ltur'3 of+- thd
money necessary-to carry out the? provis-
io6ns. of this ordinance is hereby author-
i zed.
:Patssed July .17, .1894. -- "
Approved July 1.9th,-1891
D. .U,. FLETCHER,
A .true c py--.jt tes t M{ayor."
)SEAL.', WM. C. WVEST, Reeorder,,"
t.Pu blish ed July 20, r1894.) ..+ ,


Whereas, The Mayor and City Council
of, the city of Jacksonville, uponi the rec-
ommendation. -of: the- Board of Public
Works of said city. have enacted an or-
,ihnn.e entitled: "An Ordlinance to Reg-
ulate. Require and Provide for the-Paving
or' Certain Streets," approved on the'l9th
day of July. 1i944. requiring the paving of
said streets w Ithin a time and In a man-
ner in said ordinance designated, and au-
thorizing this board to make the neces-
;ary expendItures to the.c.- -rylng out of
the provlslons of said ofrinarice: and,
Whereas, This board deems necessary


St. Au 9ustine, Fl,.
Mrs. J. X. Hernandez & Son. manager&
Rates for summer $2 per day, $8.amd $10
per week.

WATKINS LE7V. y, r.
The Wonder df the Worit"


Glen Mountain RIOfu .
'rThe onl "'hotel,' connected' -with"'the
Glen. Popular rateA, send toll ctrular.
A. J. MICHENER, Manager.

Hotel Adelaide

New Smith Building, '- .Tdrdith-Street.
Nicely furnished roomn:,ohe person.
50c to P\ per day; prek,2^pf]5

6. B. SMITH.

OCEAN VL=W .-
only-hotel on the ba'y, in.StA.&Ufltlne,
will be kept open this summer at re.
duced rates. Room 'and boair '$1.50 to $2
per day-S7 to $10 per week.-.Roonr with-
out board, 50 to. 13. cents .x'w:- dayr-a.fbo
to $3 pet "week. (Sample rooms free to
commercial men.) 'Btis meets all: tr.Lins.
W. S. M. PINKHAM, Proprietor.


tinve, bN -esoiLaioin. i-i" '**-* *
hve, iu.the. paving of Hogyin street from 13w,
I-ht.n Trnveiins. streett to Ashley street; L.i.ljra stieet fronm
W hen on p.,leas uire L,e. t. ,-,r bu.lnes take th ,St. Ju -,hnq river it o Stat e S tr,- t.
:>ni ,very trip a bottle of Syrup of F ig s. as B ri e t M nt Fro t from H oE .: n' s ert,:k .t,- ,
it ats nott pleah.antly and, efectuarly on th Belt railroad; MArket street from the
the kidneys. r',ir n,: I ow pl., reventing St." j o0 ns river t,:. Eighth .treet; Juila
fN ,-r l%_a ,: -, a n d o t h e r f l'urn -'l o r S tr e e t r o n B a Y s tro e t t ,-, E a r l -to', -r t ;
. h ..k n ,itP.5 F o r s a l.? i n 5 -1c a r ,l I b -t t e s -1 riv a l S t r e e t f r o r n "la lh ey r an d a v en u e t c i
by illIk a,lin. ,o rJal. ts Min n.and 1 tur-d i Diision lane: Division lane to the Plank
the Californl-a drt-Sytl-'up Company on Iy. road an d then,? to the city limits: Tal-
Iy alrAnd avenue from IDuval street north-
w.?ird to the city limits: Florida avenue
f'r,, i *ay _Atre,?t to C en',etery road.:Fla-
Children Cry for v trt.fromccoP -ektO Old
r ur ,, r roid f ,Ashle streett 'Cro e Main str'?et
Pitcher's zl astcr'^. to) aster!sreet: Adai n ,,tre-t fron.
Bridge- street to Myrtle a\vernui; Rivcr.Mlde
av ue fronm the viaduct to the lity hnl-
N'o. i.-lst:. is Date street from Riverside avt, utl,5
N.i 2,6. [-t the school house; For,,st street trom
AN iLEFrINANCE to RI-guiate. Require Riveriide avenue to Palm street: Palm
an,! Provide for tie Puaving: of Market trr-et from Forest street to the Flack
Stret. .rom Bav Street t) 1-,D val Strlet, `,r4,,1..-: road; the Black Creek road i 'rom
rkth Br..-l; a dJ Ro,-k. P. R ni street to the city limit, Peach
li ,--.i-.. Th .l- -i,,.rd ,-f lPul:.i -ork Street front Forest stret to thdi'ch
hii! ,?. I. r'-," uIolIi ric.I1. .1-._-i. r,?,.L the- r- e Iv for ili., p vit._, i of NM .,I'K,et =ir.:et. from to the ally IhT :lt?. a dii haae transrklitted
rh.-- n ,-,rth ,i l of th e .itrin e.i -riik r -. ,-- to th e ,,M a v o r a n d "ty C .-,un cil wM th it.?
l li t on L;.T ," -i.r ,:.t tu a po in t tw I.elv i. I, _- A l :l- n d atio n a n ol 'd hia n. ,e a ut h.:riz-
f>?-.:t nrt,-'th 01, .*-n e ,- ,,[' r',u-,.tl ?tre,-_t in- the sa id ex-t-.nditure ith all estim ate
v. itn I-r k mit: k a 'd ;,.:. l -..,i h.'v.: ;.tat,'?m itted of the eost, and
t.) th- Ma.','!-r .,rid --'itV ,..:'n,:d. w lth it V hrii--as. It a pearss to the M ayvor andi
i'e<..,mi ,-nition. an o'rdlnan.-,o author,z- itytv Council to be advilsable arnd neces-
in;, thi -:--id '-_i:.-nditure. \ith an i- ti- ai".," thhat the- said expenditure 1:e atl-
Illate or the- ,(,c-t: and thorized: .Now. therefor,--, be it ord gained
W\-iereas. It rpr,-ar to till:'e Mayo:.r and by the Mayor an-] City Council of the
q [.yity Oo mn,-il t,,lo:. e ajvisable and nl ,-,- C- citv of Jackiaonville:
1ir'" th-tr the sa;;:ii.. --per 0dit re be at.ithor- Section 1. -hait the Ala.'or and City
izw : Not-.. il- r e1',-. Ibe it ordainei d 1% b 0 0_' 10n il hereby re,4tiir,_'. ri'o\idc f '.r and
trhe Mayor an.] Ci'y Coloi'il of the City r-culvt,- th,-. paving of Hoan street from
of0 Jwcks.:,nvi-Plle: t -'-q,,reet to Ashley .-treet: Laura street
',.(tion 1. That the Mayor and t-7ity from th? St. Johns river to S.itte 3tr'-vet;
0_',,tnlil hre-by r-,:q.ullre. pr._r.id,: for and 1 hril: e ?tr,',?t from Bay stricet to A,.s 'ey
'eul':lte th- I.-,-ing of Market street, strc,-t. Miln tre,-_ from i-l ogin's 'r.,
from trie no rrth Fid-, of the viLtri ,ed brick to the L;elt railroad. Market strpt rfrom
pivement on Bav -trc-et to al point oppo- tho St. .lohn- liver to Eiel-th str-.ei. Ju-
cdit- the, n,-,th iiHtie 0f the court-Iouise lot lia strpet from Ba\- street to E.iagh- e.troet,
-vit-h \itriri.:-,l bril.:-. and fro'm .'-aid north' Duv aI s t ,ft Ir o- Tal iraIl avenu
Ilnei'of thle (.otlrt-loi.Ise lot to a point to D iviion lane; Division lane to the
t-.wefve feet noi tli of the center (if Duvai Plank road and th.:-ncc to the elty limits;
stree-,t with roek. in compliance wit-h the Talleyrand avenue from Duval street
pians and si.eclfcatlon. therefor now on northward to the city limits; Florlda ave-


No. 32.
.\N OPRDINANCE to Regulate, R-i,:ire
-inl: Pro:idle for tih, Paving -it Ce-taim
St rets.
W\herea-1, The Board of" Pub lie NV ork-
1. -. 1 ..- 1 -.I.-nt.. i ,, n evcs~iLt,'


i
t

I


N E W.V Y O R K J u l y 3 11 T h e c o n s ,: ,l id i t e d .. ... .. . .. .. .
net receipts of-cotton reported today from Th,-, oc:' h ,lU,:.i ti:,n- \v,:,r,- :; ioll,-,v.':
all ports were y^. t hales: exports? to Grreat plji,.jr j v _.itho,.it nor:t.e ,_i-i n/--. PI'I;--;
Britain 70k> bales, exphrts'to the continent r,.,:I',. ;t ,rile -t. -, ir'. N,--. "_ --r vn-- v-he-,
48 bales:,stoek 2'4o.i3 bales... Tot-lI gSo far .-, c: I-"c N,.:- 2 r,,. d 2 .. 'No Irn. 4.
tbhi week: Net receipts .2?.In bales. e.- N--,',--o, 5 ." No. .- ,',at ii;-i_.*"< i-2, Porl:.
ports. to ..Grea t.Britain .760 bale-'; export Lard.- i 1- '-
to.Fra.n4e 165 bales; exports to the con- rJie. .i,1?. .$G.7,,.t 77 1--. d r. lt,:i
lineni 3,X2 bale" .1 houl.l,---. fd,''$,;.12 l-2c: shortt (Acl-ar .-i,.:.
GALVESTON, July 1. -- Cotton ea:-'," .7',.'_,7.L',. Whisly. l."22.
middling'.u.Lprl&Al* t,6 3.4c;. net -receipts 1"_'
bales (n-w.v crpR),, sale- 32 bales; stoek NAVAL STORES.
,.373 baleS. -. : I, NEW YCORK, July .!l -Ro.7In dull anil
N ->RF(I.K', lJuly 31.-Cootton nominal, lowpr. ,6t'.llned. common to QOo,. f "ii.,-'.
.middling uplarid's 6 7-_Tc: net receipts 2:w, $.'-7 1-'. Turpe-ntine dull and steady ;t
bales; ',sales'1.6 W bales, todif '7.2U bales: .'!i _:) 1-2c.
exports coastwi Ae IN, bales. I .ILIMINGTON. July :n.-Rouin zte-adv:
BALTIAMRE. r4uly-'i.-Cotton nominal: strained S7 1-'2c. good Strahitd ",'2 1--c.
milddlipg- uplatid,-i 7 1-4c: gros receipts i To'.r.-ntirv gtna y at 21'.". Tar firm aL
1,09f ;-6alt.. i tOW k H\t1,,26je 'halex: expdr t$1..35: crudh turpentine -frm: hard .11. Sort
Ctgl wlse Jl,510 'b Uales. 17,,: \lrgin ";,1. reeit,t-, turl.,ntin,. 2'-*'
*MB'T6'. .RXtAN&q July 31 -Cottun ics?
(ll~dy;'1fldd11f"uplhnalsd i5-Se; net 're-, SAVANNAH, Ju:y 3l.-Sphr:ts of tur-
, i':. *,' .1 ,' '*,; *'* .' '*''


2


A ugust. ... .. ... ... .. .. .. 6.57( ,;.5
S ep tem tber. ... .. .. .. ... ... .. i. i i
O etobeL .. ... ... .. ... 6 .... [i 9la' i 1
N ovein ier ... .. .. .. .... G, .,it; 7-
D eceim ber; .. ... ... ... .. .... ;.. '
January. .. ... ... .. .. .... .. 6;. 42.i "9 9
F et, 'u ai y ... .. . .. ... .... ,',,' ''*i.!
M arch ... .. .. ... ... .. .. ... 7. .i.7.,
* A p ril. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 7.1'
a .. .. ... .......... .......... '.


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REPORTS FROM THE COTTON MAR-
KiTS OF THE.,COUNTRY.


HOTELS AND RESORTS.




'Mairn Str,:- t. oine blo:.-k fion-i Bay, Jacksuville, Fla,..

NOW OPEN.
E,.,:r'.tliin;_-,r:niir,-!:y i w. ]: !,ie,:',",t,,l r,, ar ,l -1-7?antly furnished, th L.Iiieghout. This
Kw ill I, tl,,? ir ti [ i,?. t ,i.:,:.,!.l,,.:t,:.i h.:,t-l iii t ',- ,S':,,.ith, l lth tl|:,erior -m1 ine and-
-,ri", -,. "fT.ri-" $-.'.,i t_ t".:. |I.:-r ,ki\. .l[ei-i~ll v,:el;ly. N. I.. WA.RD.


"'THE NEW DUVAL.,"
CORNER FORSYTH AND HOGAN STS.. JACKSONVILLE, PLA.-
,,.)tpPo-:ite Governln-!,t tEnrIldin' ) "' '

OPENED DECEMBER I5. 1Qa3.
Ever;, ,liiy? r,,L.." an.:l'r t-,l.l":S. Steam lie'it and ele\at,-r. Rates 2..'i. 'and tip-
-ai'd.-. ;'r''?tl r'.%t.-.s by tile. v_-,-Tk. DODG.T', &- C'ULILENS. Pi, oprietors.


QUOTATIONS BY WFRE FROM THE
MONEYL. DIAAKETS.


GraliLn. Proavllo'ni,-, N'aval Sioreix.
Winel, L iqo Vemetablet, rtc.


FI1NANC'I AL.
NEWV Y,-KRIZ, "Jdl"3t,--Money on -0l
a.v, at..l per cent, last ovan at 1 and
4'osing )offered at 1. Prihe me rcautile
paper i 1-2@(4 1-2 per ce.nt,.' Bar sil,.-r I.
3-1c. Sterling exchange -stron,_ ..itr, .!i.r ,,a
busine qs in bank,:rs*' -millc a 4t 1.49} ]-',:r
$t4b2 3-4 for ,Ixty days and +4 v 1-".,"'$.bv
3-1 for demand. Postsed rat.,-*?. .tl %;+ .'.,
1-2; com mercial bills, $4js6 .1-'. f-rnment bonds flir'. !'Sate. ,onds d,-ill,
Railroad bonds- weak. Silver 'at the i.,,ard
\ as nedleceid.
NEW\ YORK, ,ilt r"tlh.-T :ol..re of
spneculatlon .at the L',-'k .xehai-tn'e to. ia
\vwas atllbqt the r,-verse of that ,qt :,r-
dav. \ ttilel .th-'advicees from tii- \\'-t In
r..-aard to corn ,.: nieaily : l .-,tf th,_-
sa. toeor, na in-'!', that the >r,-ip ii,-re
%%vas. being materially Itnl)1red,. b.' the
drought, mann operator.QL evidehtly tcon-
cludid tht_'t the re ,,_-,rt ,i of danrage li.v,:.
bee-rn exaE.erate,] b.. western' .-pllec ttr:,'
who are engaged in bullying ,:ereal.-_'. Ttm,
shorts in the stock market i0Iste.td of
waiting for anm' further hihts from the
WVest decided to f-edIu.'e their lines and
hienee after fract'tio al J1e .CIll-,.:s It the oi.-n"
ing" the lealiug share- Im provedl tr:. ,. h,:.--
from 1-4 to 1 l er :entt. The LL! .ta ,: I-
naturally s,-,red the largest gair..-l. s hu3-
short inter -st il Lhern had ib-ecunt ,n-
kieldv. Lake Shore was weak, tellina
downi 1 3-S to 12,j and closln& :it I_'- I-"-,
C'orlsaolhlda~tei Gas broke L, .-1 t', ll'-1 ai'd
raliie.l to 1150-114 1-2. Manhattan ,elned
2' to 111 1-:-. but closed the sam- a-. ,;,n
.ve.terdttv at 113 1-:2. Pullman andl Am.-tI.i-
:-an Tobaol improved 1 per cent. xv.'rile
Nw Yolrk. Susquehannaf and \,"e.-ct:,ri
yielded as much. The sales aggv*i-b:ated
fi,1f1111 shares. Sugar figured for over oii,-
third. q.i.i hares chariging hands. D[.u1-
llilt,)n and Quinc.yv -.'as traded int' to ,e
e.xtert of q.',+, shares; St. P.njtl to 11 7i,-:
Rock Isla.nd to 5,M) and Eitstlller'? t,-, o ..i
shares. NotlhIrig'.else figured tor as mu-:h
as 2.1',). The market left off -iull and a
shad.- eaci-r. The. bond market was iiri-t.-
In r.
Treasurv hal.-nce-s. Coin, $7.,,.',,i,"v, iur-
reney. $iil.4412,0t"0.
At the close of the -tock exchanp-e t,-
day the quotations -.'w-twm as follows:
A in -ricin flotton O il. .. .. .. ... .. ,.I
A nmerhcan i. ', ton.Oil, preferred ] .... 7:I. l-2
\ nm erlh:an Sugar RIQ .nning .. .. .. .. l ,.' '.-
An'it-rl.: an Sitl-'-r Rerlnling. l_,referr.1d ', .-b
A n erican F T?-ic _.:.... .. .. .. .... :'-4
A.tirrican Tobcco, pret'ei'red ...... 1,," 1-2
Athison, Toreka ,& Satin ISat -... : ;-"
Baltlinore & Ohio ..................... 711
Ci's viadI;lan Pacriie .. .......... ,," 7-'
-'h,s lpeake & Ojilo.. ; ........... 71
Chicago & Alton ...................... 1.1,1
Ahic.ago. Bdrlhigton & Quincy.... 7.$
('h i Cq o (;a; .. .. .. .. .. ; .i- I
]-ielav.are. L-lckaaWanna &- X*e-t'ri I "'*
Distllling & Ctattle--Feedina..... x :I-3I
1 T ., V .& G ... : ......................
B0. T., V. '& G., preferred ............ 12 1-'
P .1: .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .-. .
n rie, preferred .......................... :1.
Oeneral E hl-ctric'. .' ";5 I.
I llin o l, C e rtr l' .C. . . . i'n I.;
N Y., L. D, & .. .. 1,. 1-4
N. Y.,` L. E. & N.. preferred.... ,'. l-:
l.alci Shore.. .. .. .. .. .. .. I-.t 1-I
L ouisvillle & N ash ville .. .. .. ... 15 -IF
L ., N A & (:'. ...................... .. 7
[anhattabn Ch'nsolidated ........ 1n1--
M eurp'ba & 'hafl r n............... '
*M ichigan Central ...................... 94
,' M issouri Pacific.. .. ..... .. .. 2l l-I
M obile & Ohio ...... .. ............. IS
"' Ns$bvUIlle..'ha, ttanoopgi- &- St. Loui- 6-.
U.ittei,' 'Staktes'-,Co'raCT .. ...... -20 1-i:
illted'1t3tteg (Cordage,'. preferred.. 23
[, New .reriey. central.. .. .. ..' ... .. I,; I-"
New york Central & Huids6n River .' 1-:
New York & '.New Englard..... 13 1-:
,,, Norfolk & .Weitern. f, refet'rr .. lq 1--c
.W .N ortherh Paelfc........................ .1-v
Northern- PacifIC, preferred ........ 1.I
,-hlago. &- N orrth.wi.rterri.. '.. .. .. i: -
Chicago &- Northwest.l n, preferr'-.1: li1
Paelfle M ail ..... ....... ................... 11 1-
Phlladelphia & Reading .. ........ .. 17 '
Rie ou:nid 0- W'"Est-Point Terminal. 14 1-"
htidngo,, Rock Island & Paciflc.. .. C. I 1-i
S t. -P au l & :17 hH-ti -h .. .. .. .. .... 7 1---
St. Paill &- Dultith. prrferre,1.. .. l17 1-'
S llver Certilicaltes ...................... s.*i
ehnessee I. & R. R... .. .. .. 17:1-4
ennessee C..'I. & R. R.,. preferred a7"- 1-'
Texas .& Pacific.. .. .. .. .. .. & 1-
W abash ..... ..-.',. ; ....... ........ 6
WVatlash. preferred . . 1.1
Western Union,. Telforraph .. .. .. S ;-
.W h eelln g .11 L -a k e J-rje .. .. .. .. 'l : .- :
Wheellng & Lake trio. rreferred Ir.
Alabanla. Class A. .. f4r
Alatibama; Class B............. .a 1IG
Alabamtl n Clas, ... .. .. .. 9'2,1rl1,l
Louisiana I'(tarnbedi four-?..... 1b l
North-L CaroulIna foars.. .. .. .. .b
N o rth V a r ,-lin a slx e ... .. .. 1'24 1-'.
T etnesset, fold1, Fe ttl mem nt fives I. .,
Tennessee- (new setLlement) three; 7S
VIrglnia T. R. ,stamped, ............ 1;1-1
VirgInia Fundheg Debt. ..... .'.
ItilIted .States fours--registered ..... 11, 1--
17nited .States fours-coupons.. .. .. 114
United States twos .. ..b !,1
COTTON.
IV'ERPOOL,. Jul 3' ,1.--Noon--Cot to:
buyers; .n-.-%mrlcan1 mI.ddllnK 3 7-.Sd; .ale
8.,'Xi-.balesr',Afll~teran 7.1Ki bale: peeula.
/lion and fe::lort, F.i)O~ bates: ree[cipts 4.iii
bales"; American Wt Ijflles. F~uture. i,-f,,l,
at thie decline d'emland moderat-,. Aitiel'
lean 'hnid'.llin, lo-w mididllng" (laud-e, Jul$
and August 3 .J-r.4d: August .arnd Septom.
1)er 3 45-G'53 lt^tWi.. 43-t;4d; ,S-iptewi-1i
3] -15-6t].3 44I-?4d: Nove-mb :3 47-r<4T<'; 4.i-lJ'd: December ,and Jauuar.'
,i 47-4'i3 -47-64,1; antary and Februnry.
49-t31_t.4-S-f4l-l. 17-tlld: February and Marc!
3 5,-Wt;! 49.->ld; tenders- 1,Hi bales old dool<:
ets.
4 p m.--'Cotton-iAmerican{ mi'idl'i,'i f.2ir
4 3-111,]'. good _midldling" ;J 7-<..: ri-d.['ling
b-3"-3.:d; low nl,,ddling. :3 ll-lHjd: gu0.:i ,,r


































































































































|dina~ry :I -li'dc: ordinary 'S ".-Sd: .iupus
Si"1 ^-81,:d -,buyers; Aueg,.ist an.J 'Sepltemb,
3 "*']-n!, blJ-ers: epterr, bel" andi (_,'-tol.'b
3 4|'-rId sellers;. October andl N,,vem he
3 4-l'.4d, sc_.ilers:i N,:,\'ember andJ L'e,'-nebe
3I 46-64d sellers, December a~ndl. Jnuar.
3 17-iddl sellers;' Jalnuary and F'ehruar:
3 4..-GId s,,llers; lFet-ruary an.t Marel
;*I n-tin_ 3 rii-,;ll]; March arid April :' .',1-!'4,
bitv,-r.i; Futtir,:,s el<.,.-ed quIlet, but steady.
L NEW ORLEANS. .Itly'31l.--Cotton tu












































































































































',. ture'! .-itpady; sales -'9.SW bale~s."
'* A ugust : ... ... 6.3


O ctlober. .. .. .. .... ... .. . .
D eeem ber. ... ... ... ... .. .... ... ... ... .
F ebruary... .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. r,
A p ril ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. fl. 7
.&epten-ber ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... :
NIovem ber. ... .. .. .... ... i .4
January.. .. .. ............. ..... F
M larch ... ... ... ... ... ... .. ...... 7
NEW YORK, July 31.-Cotton stead.\
middlilnz gulf 7 3-ide: middling uplitd
6 15-16c: sales 2,195. bales. ..
Futures steadly;'sale; 114,3i".) bah<-s.


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Opposite Post Office, Jacksonv'ille, 'ia.


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CRFl PO dfC Le- .I0NE, P-roprletors.


L. Y N N I S HOT E....
ST. fUCiUS-TINE, IFLpi.
Now Open. Rates $2.50 lo $1 Per Day.








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JEWELERS.


5tOFm liI(] iilv,6rG.

We wish to say to housekeepers
needing Solid- Silver Spoons and-,
Forks, this is an excellent time t6 buy.
Spoon makers have cut prices for
making', and silver is very low.
These ,favorable conditions are
likely to change soon.

We are showing a large assort-
ment of desirable patterns. .
. Prices include handsome engrav-
ing, monogram'or initials.







Jacksonville, Fila.

C1ROCKERY, LAMPS, ETO.


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fourth -:rgeant. John Linn. jr.; :firct ,:.,r
r, oral. \ G. ( _'r(.1 -t rIh,-r. z; e:,uI cor
poral, \XV. T. B-ol ,wn; tlhird. <:.: ,rp-,. E
L. Genth: fourth corporal. G. J. Garci~i
T he.se 'e>-oiinlen,.it i. "ere ,l. r,:,\,-,i 1,
the captain n ahl thei l',-_ or the apl
pointments w-as read before the company
at a special, drill held last night, wh. i
the., nori-cominissioned officers weT,
handed their Warrants.:
EAST JACKSONVILLE NOTES..
Itelns of Interest and Personal Men
tion From the Eastern Suburb.
Mr. Wingate: has bought anoth,-i,
horse to supply the place of the oni
killed a few, days ago.
Mrs. Robert Scott and daughter i:
up .from their summer home, at Nev
Berlin for a few days.
The friends of Mr. Harry Reynolds
will be glad to know that he is enjoying
himself with relatives at Troy, N.. Y.
going to picnics nearly every day.
C.' H. Cornell is in Tampa on busi
ness, and Drs. Cornell and son wil
joinr him in a few days.
Miss Mattie Cashen-returned to Neli,
tune on Monday after a week spent
with relatives in this suburb.
Henry Hudnall is in St. Augustin.,
for a few days visiting, relatives.
Mt,., Streiber West has just completed
a new boat, which is indeed a beauty.
The. schooner R. W. Graham" finish.:-.
loading at Hunter's mill yesterday a,,:
is ready to'sail for New ybrk. .
NlMiss Annie West has gone to Burn
szide bleach' toQ stay with ,Mrs. Johr
O'Nils familY., "
Harry; Smith, of Lilerty rountv i;
stI..i:,iig h1 re \ tf rvith ?-ilatist h while at
tocading the state: -onvention,.,'
Davhd Dtlncal. ,:i[ L..ii-\lle. iy., i;
in this stl:,irl, tri h us ii-,:s for a short
tim e ." ." .. ,; '
Cyrus Libby,"of Ri,:.hi.:,n.o. Va., left
.w--tetrllay for home, aftter a week spen
here with -ftri.-n,-.n ai.] transacting sdm
rea l'_state busine.-.
Jamc.s O. Far-rell's children have beer
quite sick for some time' but are, tn
proving now. ,, .
John rri.s,i:,,ll goes today up',to Doc-
tor's' Iakei ,-,n a business trip of a if(e
days. ,
Cap:,tain ,,.-. ew lightl.r, built at
C'tasher,'s wharf 'is completed and ha,
I-,,:,in take-n down to the jetties.
daiiies M,:,II,,- de Waal held a relig.
I,:,us il-rting il l:TPemperance hall ,._i
M,-nday nieht nind,:-r the auspi,-:-s eo
th:..- <'hri-isllit- X'i,-,h'krs' a*s.:,,:iati,,n.--
Mrs. St,--en-is. \\h.', has been'visiiin-
hler dauighte-r. Mis. J. S. Powell, wil
g,:- t., Te-xas in a few days on a visil
t,_, a ?.:,n "ho:, li\-s out there.
J. A. Bnrh:^ lhas recovered from hi:
r,-1-ent illness and is 'out again,, thottgl
\',=-ryv.V',e1k ,
John O'N,-il's family went down t,:
B t'rnsi,: l..,-I a,:!, t',-,r a ,:(ii hi:.- ,.if i-..-l ths
,-,n Tth"-..ay and .ale,? ,:.ci U lyi.-u g onti- of
Mr. ('-inepa's ,cttages.
J. T. H,.-llinger lefI t Y.ster,.lay ful
his' h,:,ne in St. L,-,uis. Mo:,.. after a LbuS.
iress trip ,,f a wi.,k in tins suburb.
J. E. M rrill's ne% h,-,use is n,:,w ,-.ji.
pl,-ted and i. ; :.ne or' the han,:lsoni. etl
resiiden-,-s in th.: ,-ity.
11. I M artin., of Br.':, isville, is vis-
iting fri,.:nds he'., forr a- short while.
Ja,-',-, S't l' u,- k. ,-,f Fred,-ii:-: c ity.
Md.. is here i.n a 1 :iiliss trip, i, ok-ing
f,_r a &.-,CSttiif, -S In ilif ,:l.tids L0 come-,i
t,, Fl.,ida i next t' ll r,.. ti\ .
AV'. E. Lindh-'y. \\h,_-, spent Iost ,if
Ihe \viit1_r h, ,-, died a fvw days ag.:
at his h,,nme in Vl\'iningt,->. ltel.
Mrs. B. N%. WNashlt rn. and i ale,$
Frt:d. has returned" fi,. Burnsid.-
I:,,_=a e:l '. .
M in. ad MrS. S. I1. Owen will g.
t-- [Irn.-.ie ,n Fri.dlay to'spend a whilo,
with the-i" daughter, 'Mrs. John O'Neil
Mrs. P. ,H. Griffin is now so far re-
,covered t'r,,n, ther recent illness as to be
a b~le t,., r. it I [i,. \, ..
Mrs. M. El. Drew's private, school ha.s
,_h.:,sed until Sepl;,.-nil.,er 1, but, the-class
in sten,-gralphy \will ,e.,-ntin ue+ right on as
usual'.
'rie EW ILASE][A:LL CLUB.
Pe rlit-ii1enti Orminnizatlon Effected atI
11 Meetinl l> ollnhl Nllg'ht.
.At a niiceting Of those interested iii
the? formiation of the Jacksonville Base-
ball assoc-iation, held Monday, night, a
permniient or-paniza~tolo- was effectedl lby
the election of W3.alter Hawkir, as p~resi-
>lent; Samn Burkheim, captain and man-
ager of' team: K. McCallum, secretary
arid tre-asurer.
The organization has bright prospect.?
I.,efore it. the Spliuig-eld company having
hl?ar.::e the ol.J o',,n club grounds to it.
which the :o in pan y,will have fenced in
arnd erec[ a grand stand for the club,
I.es-i,.le-? ,l.nating $50. ,


Mr. Burkheim has already received a
letter tronm: C'. B. MeC'ormack, president
itf the -'umniercial Baseball .association
of Lees -.surg. asking, him what induce-
ments he co, |ll offer the club to come
here and.t play a game of ball or on
wnatt tii.ms his club would go there. At
rres-r,.! Sam ,;ays he will not be'able to
make them any offer, as it-is his inten-
tion O1 playing- with Sit. Augustine, Or-
lando and Gainesville before oany other
lubs..
A 0owrT-vH MN HONORED.
George lays Presented W iltk a Gold
lildge by thle Odd Fellows.
On,? of the best colored men in this
city is George H. Mays of the carrier
system of the city post office.-He is an
hoinorable man, a good ,citizen and is re-
spfected Iy all who know him.' .
Gteorge has ju.-t received a handsome
badge of solid gold, star-shaped, with
cro-5-bar andp ribb,.,,n. an appreciative and
a:,ipreclated remembrance from the grand
lo.:lge f Ofd.1. Fellows (colored) of this
state. of wNhich lie was, district grand
ma.ster for four years. retiring of his
own wish last May.
(-Yn one side of the niassive gold star are
the emblems of the order, and on the
reverse the inscription, "Presented to P.
WV. G. M. George H. Mays, D. G. M..
District Gtrand Ludge No. 2'7. G. U. _0. of
Ce. F. of Florida, May 1. 1.~94."
George is oery proud of the gift an-d
,aill %%ear It wvorthily and with honor to
he order.
Iii Iijuntiois Filed.
Yesterday bills of injunctionn were
tled in the orlice of the clerk of the eir-
cuit court restraining the defendant in
he cases of George Bartley -vs. Harriett
E. Sellick and Henry Bartley %s. Harriett
E. Selliek from further prosecuting or
attempting to have executed or sue out
mny writ or other l)rocess under the
Dr. Price's Cream Baking PoiV'-!r
World's Fair Highest Medal and DI l 'w a.


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IIATTEIIS AND FURNISHEIRS.


IN Hifl iM Ilij J111i tl.
We mean \v,, are tirst in the field
to introduce ihe new fall shape Der-
bys, in the Youmans' and Roelofs'
hats, for both of whikh we are sole
agents; also 100 dozen new Negligee
Shirts, in Madras and Percale, regu-
lai value $1.50 and $-; our price
while they last only 75c. This is
your chance.
M. 11. SLAGER & CO.,
New No. 17 East Bay Street.


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Mclnf'8 Smiiir. 610thing.


300 Men's Black Alpaca Coats, worth $2.50, at.$1.25
250 Men's Black Alpaca Coats, worth $.0' at.$1.75
160 Men's Black Alpaca Coats, worth $4.50, at.$2.50
300 Fine Flannel Coats and Vests, worth $10,
at .. .... .... .... .. ....... $4.90
117 Black Serge Coats and Vests, worth $10, at $6.JO



1 Ofi M ls RMNr8618i1s n tt OlN1.

Just received--575 dozen Negligee Shirts, beautiful patterns, and of the
very best quality shittings made. These shirts are worth >1.50 andd$2
each, bln vwe put (hem on sale at


75c and $1 Each,--

See the display in our window of [l;ese magnificent bargains'
We'also halve a pretty line of Boys' Negligee Shirts, which we will sell for

++ 50c Apiece..


This is n:> i.bl{ib'. or condennned stock, but all first-class goods and this
season's make.




'+Q. H&S&

-'he Only Exclusive First-Class Ciothler
and FJurnisher in the State.

Old Number 5 West Bay St., New No. 33 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Florida.


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NEWS OFP .THI CITY AND
LIVELY SUBURBS.


BITS OP FACTS AND GOSSIP. GATH-
EBRED.0N THE STREETS.


Points Political, Social and Personal
Men and ThilnKs.

A marriage license has been issued tc
Dennis Storr and Flora, Ellen Curry, ,col-
ored. ".
The schooner R. ,S.. Graham, .Captain
Coerdale, 'sailed for New 'York yesterday
with a cargo of lumber.
Yesterday Judge Baker of ,the county
court appointed A. M.' Scott administra-
tor, of the estate of Hk Johnson.
Ladies', who are going to Mrs. Jere
Smfilth's card party on' Thursday after-
noon' will please take'the 4 o'clock boat.
-t "the drill of -the. Wilson Battery
Monday night, the men .were set to work
Cleaning up the'pieces'and getting, every-
thifng' in shape for, 'the encampment
', jTher work of placing' the curbing along
the eaait side of Main street was' begun
yesterday morning. All the .curbing on
the ,west side of 'the street has been
placed in position. .
;''There.will be a grand opening meeting
tonight at the. people's. party headquar-
ter.;, in the -1erkih'fer block. corn er ",Bay,
and Newnan streets. Several speakers
will address the meeting.
Chief Engineer Phinne.v of the steam-
sphip Algonquin is at his post ag.in after
being laid up one trip \\'itn two brok'1..
ribs. the reFUlt of a fall he had in Ne%%
York about two weeks ago.
'"' 'Yesterday morning a guard fronm the
"' 8tate Insane asylum, arrived in the city
and the sheriff turned over to his care
'-Isabella Yateg and Edward Madison, col-
;'ored, who were recently adjudged Insane
Professors Schubert an-l. Kahn rei,,ler,:-
some magnificent musie in the (-'arlett,
hotel parlors Monday* night. Tle% \i-lir
solos were highly appreciatel by the
throng of visitors. Another concert \vias
gi%,en last night from 7.36 to 11, I:p.m.
Du%'al division No. 1, Sons of Temper-
ance, meet tonight in regular ses-ion at
9 o'clock, at K. of P. hall. on Eas.t Ba%
street. All membt-rs are requ--tl-' to be
prei-e,;t. Vlsitors from othe-r ai-'isions
cordially Invited. Alfred H. Horn. R. S
The steamship Aigonqui1 b.,rou.ght ir
three large stone grinderQ. nag-regatiinc
l),1`0) pounds In weight. evap.,orator.,. ilry
pans and bins. yesterday. for the
Mandarin Mineral Paint company. Tlhv.\
were taken up to Mandarin by the steain-
er Manatee this afternoon.
The Manler '& Lane First Batt.ilion
band received Its new unlform- Mi\on-
day from the Peitibone Matu'faCtt'ri..-ip
company and made its first app1-ara:;_.>
in them yesterday. Tht..y present+i.1 a
splendid appearance. The uniformn is a
dark blue, trimmed with black braidl. The
caps are of the style vworn by G.ai tlanl'.s
.,band a ornamente,l .ith a 1. re
and lhe 4 lh'M. & L. F. R. B."
The nam el rT., V. & ft. goes out of
official exis today, that road here-
after Is _o b nown as th>: western ,1i-
\'ision off the wiuthern railwvay. J. c_'.
Beam, the able representatives of the r.-,,l
In -this city, who nas been on the anio,111
Feat for weeks pending thv- rieorganiza-
tion, receh'ed the good neivs last night
that he was all 0. K. for the post ot
traveling passenger agent, %ith head-
quarters in Jacksonville.
BURT DVAL 11AD1.V I1.11iT.
Ilia Frlendti Si1y Hunt Hit ?11in1 6"ilh
Brnan lvnuck-.
Burt Dyal. one of the retilar dele-
,gates from Nass.au count-.'. \\as Str'tlk
on the back of thfe head by some one, it
Is claimed. \vith a pair of brass knn,?k-
or some other w.-apon. yesterday after-
noon, while stan-ling %Nith som-.. friend,
in Harry Martin's salo.n.
Several persons vlho saw th- attack
said that his assailant was Mead Hunt.
a conductor on the F. P. A p. railway.
George Dewson. a fri-Jnd of, Hunt. as
well as of Dyal. wiho wats standing close
by the latter. Zai'l last night that it %wa4
Hunt who struck n-.--.
; Mr. Dyval's version, 0' the an'air Is thiat
earlier in the rtay he anIr Hunt' had ^.:un,
.;words and thail Hi~it claimed that rLval
'" :. had insulted~ him. lDyal said he \4.as
** standing at thie bar \\ith G~eorge De-nion
and some others-, an.] was making some
remark about Hunt when the latter en-
'' tored the? sah-)on and struck him in th,'
back of the hea,1, theu caught hold of
.,him an'l struck himr in the face:. Hunt'.
friends at once hus-tle,-l Htri.t out ot' the
saloon and dowu [he street.
George Dewson says that Hunt caught
hold of Dyal and pulled him around be-
fore lhe struck him. This is contradicted
by. se\'eral parties present, who declare
that Hunt struck Dyal before he s-aid
a word to hlm or pulled hlm around.
Hunt has disappeared and has not been
seen since he wa hurried down Bay
street by his friends, one of whom placed
hls own hat on Hunt's head. as the latter
had dropped his hat In the saloon.
The friends of Hunt justify hi? action
by declaring that Dyal, earlier in the
day, threatened to whip hhn before the


day was ended.
HONORABLY DIS(CHA ItGED.
Special Orders Rellevling the First
Elallnlion Buial.
Yesterday morning Major Turner, conm-
manding the First Battalion. received the
following from headquarters, at Talla-
hassee:
Special t-rder No. 19.
The band of the First battallon of
Florida State troops having ceaed to be
efficient by the withdrawal of its mem-
bers, are hereby disbanded and are hon-
orably discharged from the service of the
state troops. By order of the governor
and commander-ln-chief,
PATRICK HOUSTON,
Adjutant-Genera I.
This order refers to the colored band.
which has been in the service of the state
troops for the past three years.
M1. L. 1. Maiters.
A meeting of the board of directors or
the Metropolitlan Light infantry %as
held yesterday at 11) o'clock in the
office.of P. A. Holt. Matters concerning
.the coming encampment were discussed,
and arrangements perfected for the com-
.*' pany's comfort while there. The follow-
Ing were recommended to the captain for
-. -pllttment as non-commissioned of-
T S~pcqnd sergeant, Harry
s*,r' ., -si*ty^'" t'mr'cl" sef.^nt, A. M. Wright ;
3gLf /:. '-_... '*. 9.. *,*.*.......


\-.- tir,-t.-on t., at-tend a meeting of the
:;"i-rr.- .ac,:rta of the Netherlands Insur-
.,r,,:, '.-,. H- will probably be gone a
ni.,rt .h I:.r i:; weeks.
At the f-arn.tt House, Savannah, Ga.,
rates reduced 1to $2 per day. '
!iTEiL ARRIVALS.
[,ITVAL HOTEL.
A. ',. M:,,:I,,.,nell, Fernandina, Fla.; D.
1'. M IIr. N,-., York; Mrs. D. B. Miller,
N,:%% "V:rk: Mii-3, Miller, New York; Miss
11. Mill-r. N.-w York; Miss T. Miller,
Ne% York: J.c.aes M. Schumacher, city;
..[r. 1_., II. Ja,-l:-onville; C. A. Choate, Tal-
I~tla-ii ,--e. 1lt.. C. J. Davis, Orange Bluff,
Fla.; \V. H. _;arland, Fernandina, Fla.;
\~. E. r,,..1,,,rtl Savannah, Ga.; Judge
S' I ,,In I. l I,- ll,',, .:!. city; Judge Dr.yskoll,
St. Aii.i-tit,,. Fla.; W. G. Russell, Kings
F,-n' F,,tl.i.: _;,:-,.).' L.. Bre w,. FI7 u'.i'." : i. LI
{Laltzr-II. Fe-rrl.in~ilin,, ; ,J. 'J. 'rh>,u ..-t ih,
aln,...-\ill,:. ,1. C'. ,'h.t--. Sanford, .F la.;
,T,,,s.-.\ii,.,-,. ,.ity; B. F. ,Huntley,, North
,.'aroilri,. P. 1.Kirsch; Seymour, Ind.; John
T. M illN r. 1\i1,..irir.tli. O.; M ,L. Carrll.
',_,l.]th i% r.lrim a : J. L i-T li ,n. .-ii.7 eiil.\,
Fla.: A. M,:r..tnhell, Ocala, Fla.; J. A.
Rau' l ,-;. ,(,ila. Fla.; J. M irl l _,a,-,.
Zt v- .,:.o. 1. Flt.. B. A. Clow, St., Louis,
xi.. \V. IE. Powell, city;.Geo. X. McDon-
all.t-1,rang,- c.:,unty; D. W. Stanley and
chil.l. !,ait,:,io. Fla.; A. A. Scott, Lake-
lani-. FlI \\Wil. H.1 Reynolds, Lakejand,
Fla.; \v. P.. 1.-,inal-.-r:. Lakeland, Fl.i.;
A. B. Caiit,,n, Ft. Meade, Fla.; M; J.
Vinit-1n. Palaltk.. Fla.; A. Wright,
">,:ala. r,.: L. J. Brumby,' Ocala, Fla.-;
oh., Maqitui-i. ,Ocala, Fla.; J. C. 1-laiin.
k-h:<,l j. Fli.: T. W. Wier, Tampa,
Flolir.lj: .1. \V'. Kchoe, Marianna, Flor-
i-ia: Fi,,?, Wat-on, Marianna, Fior;.i;
E',\h .rdil ]Kiri_, Marianna, Fli',Liid :
W. \V. Harfv.\-. Brath, C. C. Liddon,
XV. H. Melter. Marianna, Fla.; A; S.
Gor,,lhairil. ,_.,o:,nlu..;i. Fla.; 'C. A. Perrinot,
Milton. Fla.: F. Boylston, city; Dan-
iel ,-'airphell, 1';. B. Campbell, D.oFLuniak
Sl.,ring, Fla.: J. B. Wall, Tampa, Fla.;
.'. Ne\\l.,,:,l,:l. Piili.1l-l|.hi.:. Pa.; .Thom as
Palmer, Tampa, Fla.; W. R. Kelly, Fer-
nandina: .1. C. Wingate, Evergreen; J.
Mizell,. Fl,;ri,.a; T. J. irfe.'tv. Ever-
*-areen; J. A. Torres, Savannah, Ga'.;
Charleq B. Towrns-. city; A.:'C; Spane,
DLarliglton. S. C.;.J. M. Rubel, New. Or-
I-ans. La.: T. W. Jackson, Mrs. T. W.
Jae-son, Mi.2 A. Jackson, Miss G. Jack--
!5on. St. Auguctine. Fla.; George H.
Ricliiard%, eit. V. B. Denham, Palatka;
L. M. Soarl-oro, city; William Murphy,
Baltimore: M. A. Black, Savainnah. Ga.
CARLETON.
R. T. Young, Manatee; Ct. Er. Harrison,
B. Henderson. T. K. Spencer, Tampa;
J. B. Way, La 1'ro.-:e; M. Edelztem,
'ama; 'C. P. Fuller, Ellenton; J. A.
ri-Fr--phy, S. 8. -6pailmai. Tanilpa, T. J.
?eppf.r, Arcadia: A. W. Gilchrist, Punta
Gorda; B. L. Blackburn, Arcadia; D. D.
Kirnney. 4 A\on Park: W.V A.. Johnson,
,:S\to; \Y1. 1 Dr%,sdale R. C.' Scott,
St. X.ugulitine; I. H. Hi[lWar-]. city; .C'. 'S,.
Purs-zell. Orlando; W.. Carter, Charles
Wrig it. J. 0. McNe'l, Tampa; 'S. L.
Varrnedio. WEir; J. L. -M.:rgai.. White
Springs: ,J. D. Tdatem, E. P. Smith, C.
"atson, J. %I. Duncan, J. S. Johnson,
L. E. Robers,:,n, Jasper; A. M. Will-
iaison, Citrus county; *G. D. Munro.e,
,'-uilcy: J. T. Howard, Quincy, Fla.;
T. J. rlhI,,tosh. Luraville; J. Finlayson,
Mo'iti,>;-l!: R J. Kriight, High Springs;
E). B. J,,hn-,n. Jasper; C. W. Maxwell,
city: F. L. R.:,-, Live Oak; J. W. Glis-
son, Bostwi.--k: G. B. Ba4er, Plant City;
L. Baker, V. ,. Moore, Plant City; J.
C. Norwou,.,. Oiliustee; D. J. Jones, Chip-
ley. C. H C.impb,-11. Mrs. C. H.' Campn--
b.-I1. the ?.Ii-_evs Campbell, city; T. N.
,-_jutij;r. t_'r,,:ent City; L. L. Knight,
H-igh Springs: J. D. Kelly, Mandarin;
R. F B,)wdeir. Charles F. Verelst, Walter
B. I:).'.l dale, Jacksonville;, T. M. Weir,
Tamp.i: c. M. tHaile, Jacksonville; J. H.
Jactks. Mandlarin; Dr. R. B. Burroughs.
>ity: Capt. ,\lvx. Grant, Pensacok; L. C.
Springer. ,"'hleago; F. L. Rees, Live Oak.
HOTEL, PLACIDE.
G. Stapreton. Leesburg, Fla.; Samuel
\V. Teague, Lady Lake; B. M. Sims;
,'coe:e; B. M .;Lin, Umatilla, Fla.; D. S.
Dra%.dy. (-niedo. Fla.; J. G. Spottswood;
C_'has. Marvin. city; J. Thos. Grasty, Ba,-
tim.re: Horace .1 Stass,. Richmond, Va.,
0. P. Mya~han. Columbus, O.; Robert B.
L-eak. My--rs, Lee county, Fla.; R. J". 0.
Tra\elr-. Myvers. Lee county, Fla.; J. A.
.\ronson. New York; J". ^S. Cannon, Sa-
..aninah. Ga.; A. R. Mosely, Cincinnati,
1-1.: Jn,:,. L. Marvin, city; R. B. McConnell,
,-icala. Fla.; J. A. Rowell, Oca~la, Fla.;
Chase. L. Bucki. San Francisco, Cal.; I. E.
Baird. cityv: W\. A. Varty, city; Mrs. O.
F. 0.1-11l, Beauforft, S. C.; Master Jamie
,7dell. Beaufort. S. C.; Miss Maud Odell,
Beaufort. S t-'.; Miss' C'. M. C'lancy,
Brooklyn: B. P. Butler, Washington, D.
C.: Mrs. H. L. Forest and child, Chicago;
E. A. Man. Osteen, Fla.; Miss E. A.
Mlan. Ostecn. Fla.; E. T Cox, Archer,
Fla.: i* L. t-larke, Ocala, Fla.; J. 0.
Math>;ws. Ocaila. Fla.; A. Mclntyre., Orala',
Fla.: Jno. W. Pearson, Ocala, Fla.; J10S.
R. White. Citr-a. Fla..; J. C. Chase, San-
fordl: Thee. Seholy, Ocala, Fla.; ]3. Ehe-
trite, Savannah. Ga.; V. P. Lanier, Tam-'
pa: Gee. R. Foster, jr., city; L. E. Green,
Philadlelphia, Pa.; J. L. Doggett,. city.


. m ii t ..ir l MAY.. 1. 22 and fur-
ther. fro, |ir -.titing the itIr it f'no
IlavIn[ ,g 'i 'rit Of p.,S-i.-,q,:r 1i te. !upo,
s jr.l ;iu ,m-i_ itrt anlI from',, att mrnlingp i
aniv w% iy ,,r mnarnner to hariss afld ,lI,--
] .Il lrb thl, c,,n lllainiant in the po F., l ,M n
an! i ,Ulet einjoynni ,-nt of the piropir y. The
I ,tiit. invol,, e the right and.l title f cer-
1 tain Ilnd, Of! P,,tt.liturg creek.

PO1LI ('0 t COl itT. i
i .I Fnllier nnad Sion Are the Only Po-
lice Pickingm. i
There t ere r, o ari're-t- ma,.l I I.,y t Ie po-
lice for,:e from :,o'ehlo k Sun'lay aft( .no'0"11
until N'-,q o'li:,i-k yt-t-,ray ri rornii.. when
s viff .,r Dillon Irotught in a fith,-r a at Isoll
t aiiiged v.ith fighting.
They weie Samuel Jeinion. oulo,.recf, and
t hi. s ,1. Peter Je-n-iion. The e%.I.oenc_.
Ssh,,wd that it La, me rely a famil\y,,row.
t
hrouvht on :1..v the fath,-r ntte-n ir-tig tc
chastise l11 -'on for s!vearinp, so b:oth
werei- *ieharge,.l.
n
Solthl>v yIhe A.lgonmluiin. ,
Th.- s.-t-anship .lgor.'tiin arriveil in' port
- ,t 7 :-'.:-]o k tir.lay m :rn, ning anf
v brought th.- f ,:,lho\vi rK asienge '-.:
Mis, M. Sny.l,_-r. Mi-' L. Sn\'der, .'MiA
Be,:ki iU ,rilr ill, 'M Fitting. Mrs. WN .
Raw-lilison. and son, Mr'. N. _ira'ran er, A.
N M. Sc.:'tt. M. Miller and wife, A. B. Vance,
J. L. Van Cameron and wife. H. E. tleve-
- lanl. R. D. Paine., Miss Paine. n B.
1 ('alile. Mi-s Ella Michel. Herbert S. W ill-
f ianiF. J. M. W e 'ir. J. E. W illis and Wife,
T. .1. Luil-kman. H. LLK-kman. Mrs. H.
;:eckrnan anid son. Miss t". Hudson, Miss
I A. Farrill. ,'. L. Bu(ki. J. E. Tucker. Mr,
R.JamES O'YD-.-1. lkli M. O'D-1l. Master J.
'De'l. Miss lan>-.y. J. D. M1 ot. P. W .
Farr,-Ill at,,I! wife. H. A. Millings and wife.
s Mi.?-, M. V. Towvlen. John D. Whitford.
P. B. Burke. MissF Fay \Vittie. W. S.
Bo:..d. J. St. J. Aiman. J. Dryen. J. T.
* Halpin and thirt:.-six for t-Charleston.
I' ]\uliee.
M. H. Slater & K_''o. are offering in to-
r ,.l..tv's issue a fine- line of negligee shirts
it r,:-mailkille low prices. They alio in-
f,-rni the public though today's issue Oat
they lin'.'., inow on sale the'new Youn; n-z
.in,] ret,:,f, fall style hat3. They arr I-
liable and do as advertised. J.h

W \\'ar si m$el4i Liiiinebell l.uxit V r.
Tilei'e Wre forrty-two .war ves le
launclit- [in lf 10 a1 greg-t.: 1,atin, W i.i s.
, Th:h \vssils. I.,\. na ti,,naI1ties wt e.
France. n I ; -anit. Sl.tates. Riussia, nd
Prazil. ,-ach 5: Gro-it Britain, 3; Austria.
Denmarl: a'..' ii.\yti. _eh 2: .Ar'entine.
,''hiii. _h Cin r tr ,:. and Italy. each I
Three ,-l> Fr;.nce'. roth of Deniimark's
awnll ,I ,-, Brazil's \e.'?Is were torpeI(o
S.Y.-k Tribtune.

SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
C'. DL. irn-,hart h.;it rettirned home, af
ter a vi.it at Fr.,rJericktown. 0.
MIs. J. k Lov,.la':,. of Green Cov\e
Spring.. i- -'r.ndimp the la.\ in the city.
E M. I1-, ting ret,.in.I td ) t h t Ie eit, Ves-
t.r, ll att:-r a hri-rf ihu-in.r.s trip to
New Y(,rk
Mrs. ar. 1 Mi. S. P. Bake-r. after a short
visit In frin,:ld at the North, returned
h ,-1e M ll',y. t'
Mrs. Henry Myers will l_., Itoday
for her 1.1:1.1,l visit to her slater,' Mijs
Grteent_. at Marietta. Ga.
Mik.-es Augus.ta andl Julia Rankli' will
,o to Pah o to pr., nd "encampment week"
with, Mrs. W. W. ".4mith.
Messrs. Rfitlti Houston and,] Ulysess
,2lark ment down to M-ayport yesterday
morning for a week's s outing.
Mlr, : 'illuir A. Bl.bee and her. two
>:hildr'eii rettnrned home yesterday -even-
ing. after a short visit to Georgia.
R. A. Burforid of Marion county is a
promineInt fig.Ire among the delegates in
atter,,Jance at the state convention.
M"s. J. Burkheim left yesterday for
Asheville. N. C.. I where she will sped six
weeks with Mr. and Mr?. J. II. Watenman.
Mrs. A. E Martin, \vho Is now recov-
ering from an illness of several weeks.
will leave for Lewiston. Me., on Thurs-
daSy. ;":
Miss Flora IDaney. of Savannah Ga..
ar,'ived .esterdlay to visit he aunt, Mrs.
Perchier L'Eugle. for a couple of weeks.
.A. M. Smith of Arcadia I.- here "for a
short \ isit, an ] it Is rumored among his
friends that on his next visit he will not
come solus.
Mi~s Ella Mie-hel i returned yesterday
after an ab.snene of two months, which
time she pleasantly spent in New 'ork
cllty and Vicin t\'. i
Hon. Robert Furman Rogers, ex-riresl-
dent of the Farmers" Alliance of Flo~rida.
arrive,. in the city yesterday to attend
thie state (onvention. ud
Hon. W. (;. Cannons. a prorninenaf busi-
ness nman of O)range ity t, and well tnown
iln VO~ulu.i coIunty politics. Is in tlhe city'
attcendlng the tftate convention. "
M~any' frleu,]ls wvho remember idss "=aura
McI.ws of Augusta, G2a., will -reg 'et to
hear of her death last weiek at t~lc ad-
va'n>:eiJ age of 7.S years. She diedat thc
home of. her niece, Miss Meta Ml cba w. in


that city.
Mrs. L. M. Guernsey and h:-r children
left yesterday for a %'isit to New.YorR.
She also took Mrs. W.. W. Smilth'p" little
daughter. Ernestine. who %ill go to Mi.--
dina, N Y.. to %i.-:It her grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood.
Mr. Jordan. of Quincy. who arrived here
a ftw days ago, returned home yester-
,.la y. accompanied by his wife and
child anl his mother-in-law. Mrs. 9. Mil-
liken, who have been for the past two
wecks the guests of Captain and MrS.
WVIllam M. Davidson.
Mr. John M. Stevens left yesterday for"
a visit to his fornrer home In Georgia. and,
will afterwards go to New York and


POTTERY WORKS.
W. C, STEVjrEm S, J, HE.M ENS.
-t-e s=Pottery,-=C~

"" { MANUPCTUREIRS OP
Steamn Pressed, Salt Glazed, -Vitrified Drain, Sewer
aud Water Pipes. Flower Pots, Fire Brick, Fire
Clay, Jugs, Jars, Churns, Lawn Urns.
we W mantfa...ti.re the b,.ert Fire Brh:-.l. k nown to !the./trade; all shaped, all sizes
t no 0rder. Save yu rehhtand ,elay. .- end l Us trialorder'; and you will act wise.
Our drain tile is what N ou nee--] for drying your, orange land.

cTEVEN8 BROTHER &0'08 G
isTEVENS POTTERY, GA.


BUILDING MATERIAL.

Shingles,

Lime,

Cement,

Plaster,

Hair- Lath ,

L. & M. Paint,

Burnett's Roof

Paint,,

Coal and,

Coal Tar..


ALABAMA COAL COMPANY,
Foot Hogan! Street.


(Wbei Baby was sick, we gave her Cartorhl
Kh'Nh ihe was a Child, she cried for Castorla.
Vhet" %Ae became Miss. she clung to Castoria
t he -bie had C' .Nidre aba wreothem Oatoria



Rudy's Pile Suppositokry.
Is guaranteed to cure Piles and Cons:t-
pation. or money refunded. 50-Cents per
box. SenI two stamps for circular'and
free ample to Martin Rudy, Registered
Pharmacist, Lancaster, Pa. No postals
answered. For sale by. all firsit-class
dpugglsts everywhere. Sold in Jackson-
ville, Fla.. byv the Geo. Hui",es Drug Co.


FLOUR.

CRYSTAL PATENT FOUR
Reduced J 25 Ovt Per Barrel.
GRYSTRL PAT.NT,
Per B wrel, 4l
QUBN PrTBNT,
Per Barrel. G8&B0.
Half-Barreli, 4.15 aa" d& .
For a limited time I will give to a&*
purchaser, free, one book of 16 w ltnw "
views of the World's fair, at my @I,%
Main and Adams atreets, aW ead1
West Bay street.
WA/illiarn BOyrno> "0
.'. .. -.. H,,


City Engineers' Office,
Jacksonville, Fla., July 27, 1894.
The Board of Public Works will re-
ceive at their rooms, foot of MaTket street,
until 12 noon. August 2, 1894, sealed pro-
possals for furnishing sixteen hundred
iI,0.t) cubic yards of "virgin-sand", for
paving M.iin street. Sant] *to be deiIW-
erdd at' the foot of Main street, and, to
be pure and free from an%, vegetable or
animal matter, ancd of. fine grain.
L. H. MATTAIR,
C'-..y Eugineer.-


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THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNION. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1894.


IN AND ABOUT THE TOWN


GENERAL LOCAL EVENTS OF THE
DAY EPITOMIZED.


lalF-PCLOTHING.c e


FRUIT EXCIIANGE.

FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE.
:- ," +

An Incorporated Home Associatio. of Oranze-Growerg for Marktiang Florldk
Fruit to the BesFt Advanagces---AUT]7h-Oi-I1ZED CAPITAL, $30U.U0U0.
--OFFICERS--
SGEO..p F.A rIRANKS. Prpsi.l,-nt. D. nGIIENIEAF, Vice-President.
i,I A-.lP I. IVES.*-T;n.Mi':4r. and Trea. i. .1. TURNER, Secretary;
E'II iTi'n--G,:, l'*. Fairhank" Alachua Co.: E. G. Hill, Bradford Co ; Dr. E.
r. Prat, Hillstf,roub_ C.: John Fal-,an, La C or,.: Hy Crutcher, Orange Co.;- D.
"-r ,n -'" i-uval 'o.. ]:;.,,M. Ba.er, Duval Co.; A. Bradyv Brevard ICo.; F. G. S'mnp-
son. Marin',-'o.; C. V. Hillyer, &, arin Co.; John M. Bryan, Osceola. Co.;W'. E.
Stantor Putnam Co.;. ;,M* S. Moremen- St. Johns Co.. C. F. A. Blelby, Volusia Co.;
Irving .K6I,- 0R:Polk CO. -".. .
Address all t9rrespondehee to the Irlorida Fruit T!'xcchange. Jacksonville; 'Florid a
Stencilm. ',filh ful| pacKing tln,l Shippinm; Instruction-, furnished on application.


VEHICLES, ETC.


Grand Sweeplng::Salt ln

VEHICLES'

Open Buggies .... ,......... 30.00
ull RubberTop Buggies,.... 45.00
Pull Leather Buggies......... 52 50
Canopy Tbp Buggies '..... 45.00
Daisy Farm iWa-gons......... 28.00
Daisy Carts+....+.......... 9.50
Buggy Harness,_-C Mountings 5.50
Buggy, full nickel, double hip
strap, collar and haimes, .... 8.50
The most complete line. lBuggies,
Surreys, Phaetons, Carts.:Wagons
and Harness in the South. Repos-
itory foot Laura street. Call or
write.

Saibel BrosI,
Agent for Studebaker Bros.' celeb aira
Vehicles and Wak'ons


0DDu ilHU [NiDu,



Having taken stock, we
find a lot of Odds and
Ends that are as good as
new, we Will sell



low 0WI 0r tt

Fruit Jars, Refrigerators,
Ice Cream Freezers,
Water Coolers.,
Tly Fans, and
All Summer Goods.



IH1 an D. K21lEaT fl0 ,
19 and 21 East Bay tU'


TIMBER ?LANDS.

TIMBER, fND ^
YELLOW PINE.,

CYPRESS.

HARD WOODS.

BOUGHT and sold I
FLORIDA,

GEORGIA.

CAROLINAS.
ARTHIUR T. WILLIAMS.,
land 2 IIUrBB?]ID BUILDING,
I JACKSONVILLE, FLA.