The Daily Florida standard

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The Daily Florida standard
Alternate Title:
Florida standard
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
The Standard Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
May 21, 1892
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1890.
General Note:
C.E. Merrill, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 78 (Oct. 4, 1890).
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i Press News Telegram. -; *.';:
SNEW YOreK, May 20.--J. P. Clarkson,
cehairmnan of the Republican :National
.committee,. arrived here to-day from the
W est. ; : .-*'. : /
In aa in iterview with a reporter this
evening hesaid he was very co-)fident
that Secretary Blaine would be a nomi-
niee for the presidency at the Minneapoli
convention. i
He .said Blam~e's health was now strong;
enough to boar the st~ran involved in the
caropaign without danger, and intimated
that in his opinion Blaine, wonld not, re".
fu-se the nom nation. .. '
One Ijevee Doomed, Others Along
Sthe Gre'at River, Weakening.
Press News Telegram. .
BATON RotroE, May :20..--United
States Engineer f-ardpee to-dla':ggt~trd
that the danger ofthei levee breaking be-
low the mouth of trio rive" could not be
overdrawn The levees are weakening
every llomnent, butt 'no crevasses have
been reported to-day.
Floods, Frosts and Four Inches oet
Snowv in the M~erry 1Month.'
Press Neu s Telegram. ..
SMINNEAPoLIS,' May 20.raThe river reg-
istered fi ftet'n feet anid nine: inches heree
to-dqv atnoon ... ..
Th :le Northern Pretc-en bridlgre is" report-
ed tu be unsafe. Spe:ials from the state
to-day, report a fail of from one to four
idnchesof snow.' ;!,. .
::The Mississippit at a Standstill.
'Press'News Telegram : :
ST. Louris,, May 20.'-The -river is still
stationary at; thirty-six feet. G'reat,'df.s
t;itution p~revail.s iu tho c(.uiutr^', and over
'1,200 men having been thrown ont of
work. The darraar done iV iuinen<.t,
and almost h,.;\ end' comnutatiou.
More Rain in Kansas.
Press News T eile'-nm m. "' i : ,
KAN-AS CITY', Mo, May 80.'---'ho Mis-
souri river rose steadily" all last night.
It is raining heavily., here, and all O6ver'
Kansas and Western IMi'.s'iri, and" the
ouftlook is exceedingly gloomy.
The inhabitants have all been ordered
out of the river bottoms and great anx-
letS(;> is felt. *"

H. B. 4 antd the Independents.
W hileyMr. J .Barrs, Esq., was pa
ing at Metropolitan hall Thursday even-
ing Mr. Louis J. Brush called out: "Repeal
House Bill No. 4, restore us our liberties
and we shall have harmony."
At this, a number shouted: "Put kim.
out! Put him out;" But Mr. Brush stood
his ground and defied anybody to put him'
out of "a public meeting to which every
body had been invited. ,j '=7;,
Let those who favor the repeal of Homse
Bill No. 4 make a note of this. ne
cannot even suggest its repeal i9 a meet:
ing of the independents without runningt
the risk of violence ... =,,*:,' .
John's Invitation. z_; ,

Come up to our headquarters boys,: you
wilt'always be welcome said John '.: C.,
Yes boys, they have a good place tO- rest
when that tired feeling" comes Over: "you,
when you have imbibed too freely ofr the
cup, but boys ask them to close the door
so they can't- be seen." Last. Thursday
ni~ht one of their faithful followers jieil
out of a chair onto'the floor, and was, a-
lowed to lie there "exposed to the view-"ef
all in the reception room. Oh yes boys,
they will take care until yon have voted
for them and then they will not even tee-,
ngnize you on the streets. The indepen-
dents are a nice set, they are.. ... ;
A large line of Water Coolers, lRefriger-
ators, Ice Cream Freezers, Hammocks and
Mosquito Nets, at half their value, at the
cl0ing out sale of W. W. Cleaveland. r' :
Oh Maria, why do you not buy a newr:
mattress at the closing out sale of W. W.,
Cleaveland, and throw the old-one away, it
is full of stumps. : o .-

; Prc-- Ni-ws Telegram "" "!
],It L nl.A M a y 20O.- -A t in n ex pl ,o,,irin to-
* [sixteen nmen an,1 three wamen were
'. ;il~ed Th@ *r'e:,,>rt was heaurd .at a dis-
? ta tw e 'o f t we l.:e 'm iles. "
(&' _[tc~ explosion wa_ ,'-..insed by two
'nU h>-\e~s ot uitrosly>-erine-, but 11 is as
|v pe~aiertain w~iethe'r it was due to an
;'rhl-'t outrai-e or to an accident. "'
g^ ''-.yo" wvorkincn, whio we>;re dismissed
.|i(^d K"! ay). .have, I.eeu ... a,'rested uu ".suspi"

ADiss0Iution Of Parliament.;,
Press News Telegram. .., '",'
LONDON, May 20.-Xt is stated that a
eabinent council of the ministers ha*'
decided, subject, to, unf,-,rsf-en circ~a*m"
staneces on a divsolution of parliament to;
tae plane on the 2(rtb ef Ju ne *.: *:.,-

C'arpets. ; ".
"ew line hall aaO-ste~tt. at Clark A
Corbett's. ;


Press News Telegram. ,
NEW YoKK, May 20.--The following is
tb'e dav'sr record o'f the Na[ioii,-i naime:
YBrooklyn 8, Isew York 6; Philadelphia
5, ]r,,tiu[,ir,0; Chicago 8, Cleveland 1;
Pitt-,buiir 10, Cincinniati 7.


Three Thousand Extra Copies of The Daily Florida Standard will be' Is suec for one Week A





Watson of Georgia, Work ing at Hi
Hopeless Task--Passage of the
^ River and Harbor Bill.

'The W~orld's Fair Investigation--Ai
SE.\tensiont of the Presidential
Term--Growt h of Reciprocity.
i'r '.s .News "lelegr'i.ia
W.*sui><.SLTo., May 20.--The housi
<.oiilinuet>< t struggle with the sundry
civil bill, but made but little headway
Mr. Watson of Georgia made another
attempt to secure thio consideration of?
',. resolution calling on the ways andi
means committee to report the sub
Irea.ury bill, but was-dielated by thie
demand for the regular order.
*Press .ews Telegram.t
After somneffurther discussion on the
question o[ economy, the senate io-day
passed the river and harbor bill without
anu, other material change.
The bill allo^'ing vessels laden with
ecrtain articles ot" import fifteen days, in
.tead of forry-eighi hours, in which to
d.-tsrmiue thoir port of final discharge,
The calendar was then taken up andsa
large number of unohjected bill pass~ed.
At 5:')0tihe senate adjutiined untiliMon-
The World's Fair Investigation
I'rc?? News Telegram.
WASHIGTONMay_0.-Trhe house COm-
nitteo wlrfch is iuvestigating the man-
agement of' the World's Fair, has con-
eluded its laborsaad to-day reported the
.', Jludinags to the house.
They recommended a general decrease
In the'salaries of the offcials conm.eruetl,
-' ci-tt.un theosalary of the director general
.froutSl. 5,00i0 to$.S,Ouu0 per auiium. Thtry
e*xpre-s. them-_'lves as satisfied with the
progressa made, and think the exnosttion
nill be an unparalleled succ ess."
Extending the President iai Term.
Press News Telegram,
; :','VAS rINC'TO.N, May 20.--Senator Woleott,
from" ;' f committee e on civil service andi
'. retronq'imtnout to-day reported thie joint
rddclutii5'ni pioposing an amendment-i to
.the'eonstitt.ribn maCkins the term of of.
tieeof th^'dj~ldent and vice-presiident
.'il^ 'ears~j eat ud of four, -n/,, ; l-'-i"















_PAATKA, May 20.--Your ceorresp0-
dent upon arriving'here oTI the Florida
Southern at 10:50, immediately songht,
the news stand with a view to obtaining
a. STANDARD, but found it impossible to
*>uy, steal, or borrow a copy of the peo-
ple's paper.':
Upon making inquiry of the news
agent, Mr. Sturgis, he informed us that
he had not only sold all his TANDARD'S.
but that he had afterwards traded off
copies'of the Times-Union for copies of
THE STANDARD which had already been
sold and read, only to be ence more dis-
pensed to an appreciative public that
knows a good thing when it sees it, and
has evidently little use for the peculiar
political creed of the independents.
The people up here want THE. STAND-
ARD. I offered 25 cents for one in vain.
A Friendly Rivaly.
There is quite a contest between the-
friends "of thae Ocean Steamship line of
Savannah and the Clyde line of this place,
as to which will realize the most money for
the Sisters of St. Joseph in disposing of the
tickets, at present the Clyde line is in the
lead but the friends of the Ocean Steam-.
ship company^ are, determined that they
shall pass aU competitors.






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SOpening of the American Banke
Trial For Killing Abeille,
Press News Telegram.
H NICE, May 20.--The trial of Edwa
. Parker Deacon, the Amerieau banker
Paris, for killiner Abeiile, Iris wif<
lover, commenced hero to-day.
The couhrt room was thronged, atnoi
the interesting crowd, being many ladi
who,.e rich toilets lent animation to tj
L painful scene. Mrs. Deacont herselt'#v
not present.
Deacon was brought into the con
room by gendtarmes; he was \ery pal
but composed and gave the details' of h
is unhappy married life up to the killing
,Abeille at the Cannes hotel in a nlannm
that closely followed the details alread
Describing ihis unhappy chapter of h
career he said: "'Mrs. Deacon opene
her chamber door that night attire
n only in her night dress. I immediately
entered the room and proceeded to ex
amine it to see if any' one was conceale
"I soon found Abeille crouched behind
e, the sofa. I fired at him twice I the
r told the secretary of the hotel to caillth,
, police. When I saw the miserable Abeill,
looking; so pitiful in his wounded conditiic
r I regretted the deed."
1 A burst of spontaneous applause greete(
tthis manly avowal of Deacon.
The liial is still in progress and wil
?probably continue several days.
The Trial Terminates Unexpectedly
NICE, May "20.--Later.'!'he trial of th(
banker Deacon for the killing of M.
Abeille, his wile's lover, in the hotle
Splendid at Cannes, on the night of Feb-
ruary 17 last, ended this af'teruoou
sotnewhat sooner than was_, ex-
peeted by the jury rent urn ing a verdict
of guiltyf of "'otunding, with lp'emedita-
The pre.:-iding judglpe the-n sentenced
Deacon to one 3 ear imp~risonmeott.
The tland of the Alliance Vis-ible
Throughout the Proceedings.
:hp(c"ial tO The S-tandara.
MAKI.-NNA, May -20.-J.ackson county
hehli tslDfiii,,cratic convontiou here to-
da\'aind duly elected delegates to the
*slate c,\nvellion at Talll pa, aund t" thne
First {.h-Hi~r,_r-i whiichi is 10 Ibe
The cutire T,mp.t ,~l~le~atiou will ,,
aliinlutely uniinstru,:ted, -and the .-._fme
may' he sail of tile delegates c(/,,.sn t,,
rolpreheut theec, unty in the congre.,siot:-
a/ convention.
Th(,.e v\ hose interests lead thrn t,)
ttlilnse the Allamnco nmarilntnd n \\r-_t
Florida will find little to eneonrase them
in the re.-_ult of to-day'ii proceeding here.
From the first word to the la:t the hand
of the order was plainly visible, anil,
whate\'el else may happen, the dlelega-
tion from tlii~seounty may be dlet>-ndI,.d
upon to rid iu perl(-ct synlpa-thy \villh
the order. ..l ^-
'' '" I-X7!I' -;~>tr. LrT.Ae T -T-"P- -

TIJAT RriDC1 Ur 17^Tin\Iwas "iilhjeeted to isu~qlts .and indig- h iI rn f nA Tn
nA" nltes M_. ind \ "S-y e "pendents wished to get H M P H I
s~ ll 1IlU JL~ li rid of lirmpn \ he were watching them jvl in r lrtl
at any" cc~t, lhev wuuld have. been even :, x mt-"
willing t,& get them to afttack s, m e of
AND BOW IT WAS WORKED BY ha\'theha'estda ea''e1 rn h A Department or Expressin Private
IBEINDEPENDENTS. S ^^""'^ Opion.oPul0 Matte.,
stay and they srtaiyed, T'iey rel'nsed. to
be entrapp)led into doiug anything that "
,,- 'would giy,, the slightest: exs.tto ior ar-
A AR VA F RA D.'The iI), as iuteuse and a curtain had Writers Mus ,Avoid Personalities
been leftALmwn 16 shield those at the b~al- MJust Write on One Side of)alaer
lot b~ox .- T H E, STA N DA) KID'.S represent s- .. nl a n us B e B r e
Votps Rnu~~r i^ .I.. w i tire too"^tis seat .ear thecinrtaiu and at Ol n utB re
Votes Bougfht !by the MWholesale and "u~ twsple u~oat ev i
All Kinds Gladly Received in the br'iliug heat. He kept his seat,
WithouteRegard d Paett h'l^ l soud viiand x^3e he lMust Also Inclose Their Real
uo br,,hna ythymoe /eItl Nqitnes and Addresses, "Not. Neees-
.,,,.,., .-, -<> l ace wher!ulo he ey ~thfought hlem sary for Publication." Etc.
Affiiliation--Republic.ans, Minors he did,.acl stu,.k t,) thent t the end ,
Non-Resident.% Repeaters Al l sen ,thi-n.,r brth-saer.o tpphe Edito r ofw--
closer. tIn O IC.,rothr. 'b Paeerhaps Not--in Most Cases.
Found in tlhe Lists. . hisperinff Process TAKO NVLE the Eoto of- Theer warlnda
THE STANDARD had reipresenlatives at wa repe'lted. Fre,:|uentiv when a frandlu- igth mtnods of the independents wandh
nearly all the voting places iu the Lonntv lent \,, camle U"1^ he hispet'ed *n8 che metd for buying Tpe SnDentD and
h "ltL'l)^lisn.ei|.n, the mauagors and they rel- "'''' o uigTESADR o
to watch the independents. ,n their f,,.e,el:t^-en wh he ua. Here :aJai ony $70, I mustask you to let me' co-rrect
primary and seeowhat frauds they would 'v,,i,1.r:'ANrAHD man tried to s-ee my idea ofmlunev-making men. I user
p~erpetrate. The men selected were all th'elilt, it was ttur-,-! ,over onus t'aee; thinkit took a smart man to get rich;ibut II
coolheaed ud luc v or t ws kownThe, in"d'p;.ndent had determined to now tl ink any small-braiu fellow can do it
cotheatdeedran pluyort wul be ade k ow work i~'darik. if he hant ot any sou!, Daniel Webster
d rive th e m fro m th e p o ll s a n d e v 'e ry foJ n d opS. u a re i n to th e iH elllic .__d ..._ __ ..W R

onecase physical violence was attempted stated :"^t eha oeen in t e "staeoeaic'
and in one a oli e m n i te pos d he lon )re.- ii~b but w as to ld that w as all vot s for'the bolters out of a total of l,523. r
ma jesty of the law to protect fnmd fromn ri'sht .'lw as Iearfft-d to vote anyhow. "Bully for you[ I ow anyone whio can i
its expg'ser. He ti~l':s:<* anl his vote was reeeiv'ed believe tha-tin the hurrah elect ion of ves. (
As yet we have received aud examined d'ents. belit cl, ,b were grown up Democrafo t s, 21jyearsreofrage,
the reports from only a portion of the Anotbl:man voted wh,: dloe, uot live and entitled to vote inti onti o
precincts. \Ve will give other to theadntli,.stca arst i a^a*trai diptce gren^ ^ for gesIopc tad ol e.
public later, and. .,11 snow up the lplas 'Ab el o -nt r e t asil m'al"e to believe that the moon is I
otteiuep-ndyA t,,,v to,-lotte hii IS'h .veaso^ no ,rota ade of Pears' Soap, and" that the earth is
elves iu Democratic hl:,bilimneuts I)3 A: t!,)u're.i,:.ent tram1) votedt, as.flat as a gridldle cake and rests ttpon 'h( [
pollng la~e oip an th meh~jl',,. Seven pe'._cons votedi who re ku,)wn to back of a huge turtle, and that the 8I.K.
plliug lared vote, ain dr.-Li the rv ntt,a, li r'. n; t ^'h-i'h waird. MIr. J. E. T. pound specimen captured at :Pabio recentlymeM euw i. iij ^ i iiv cjj o d im d h seto hf esd us i ietdsed n fta n
civable means of ,)1 th o.i~dT i ard \\v,'e voting in tbe _
Fraud and Corrupt ion. *.evt, ut!!. I t' refren. to one ,of these "Collar or No Collr.lin .r
E uo ught ha s b:een learn ed1 alr e.^ lv to he d h h.^ li e i t-^ e he t e ,.h thn xx'ar. .' p -
show that ihe primnry ,ns what we i-re- Bov,.h:.,n &,lle,l ,:,,ut the mont-y anl Joues CE:NTER H!ILL, May 16,--Ptease allow tl
lIct, ~l it wotuld be--a far.e, a trave.,ty on I:.n. -,i!-. "itfi,' 'ia., b e .\,as thinlkiug of me te thank you for your posi lion on the "T
?k i:,a t,.eel e iilci n :,,h,,:l' n~l*: i-1 political situation, national, state and rr
elt-ion ds. rwet reu*cl i n^ii- A m,, "',e, wh, caefo ei. "Duval county. This. (Sumpter,) county
*ttetindpeduts. ~ ~ ..~ "a t -,1v -'x. k. a^o.n Whl there he will hold her convention .on Saturday next,
.vheouie.edperm ts no r .ttnDlmd,.,hats theo a-,^* fi' ),, h"MxcnNtoa and I suppose she can say what no otherT
',_.>e. T hey \ot,-d m ,n)y R epu lican.,_ !,h-: ":l "- ^ to i.. u .. .o- ^ c n ^ ~ .a Q
da t i p K 1 t) v i t e s iu i lc t,) -'K E,' t'\'i nllau \w o i'a>:ed avow d c ndiates. .. .
tnw( ttel td oi t ,lifrli ot e thr.t t *ol, '11- I, '^Ith-' et wa ei~e ,4',:,d~and heg';edi Bultthe sentiment for governor is Mitch. tt
Tl-v lret-tL- ledt hey t v 'w(u!.l <-mlv pI~e- and1 ,.*,-*,^ .t, l v^-,te. Tlh,: Iri<:e of \'oie~s ell M itchell!! M[itciell !! B.. R .
niti-tia^,: v't~t;^i~riiiF-.i-uitb w'1 ~ip^ n olno dolli trtthe market Milam of I:eesbvrg and S. L. enlr of
'lettion.lit rg tr,:it Is \ t,'sale- tot sa'a bi'i t'tat not hialtn utel ,l,,tt .tl l'..$j 'll' hi- 'in for the or,.]i~narv. (ramesyillh, are pro iinentlv mentioned as
he natnes the\" n:.i:d to uilake thb-.r ntlti- art.le a' '^ ."days age), to ottir <-io:llar'sj,.ttornty-generil. W. N. Sheaits Alach,,a's' a
)ere 1,l Ior<>~ lafr ~ Liie can; Ije. ho:iuii ,m ttit.- *"' *",: excpHent suipermntendent, is ver, highly ,

A Benefit .to the IS~ks to' te Given.boy
" ,ocal Talent ay 30. '.,
The "Still:Alarm," which is to be- pre,,
scented here. on Monday, May 30, fro{m.,
the same manuscript that was" used when
"produceed in New York. This performance
will be for the'benefit of the "'Elks" of this
city. ,This organ ization is o)e of the most
popular in the country and with such a fells
Joot ofmen selling tickets in advance" we?
-(tnbt if there wiUl be enotigh room in the ,
-Op~era house lo seat the numerous friends
of this lodge. This will be the first annual
beneftn for this lodge. In all cities where *i
there is an organization of' th Elks, they i
receive a benefit every year, and Manager
Budrindge and the Democratic aub in:-.
tend that the Elks of this city will' be in ::'
line With other cities, hence thi bee ." :
There has been much .expense to this -'*"
piece, for it will be presented here in a
shurprisingly manner. All the .minor de- .
tails will be looked after, so that the per-
formance wrill be" first-class in every."
respect. "r q .
The Travelers is not leased! for f he sum- -/ ,
merto one and for .the winter to sonmo ,>>!
other person, Burton K, Barrs is alway,
there. "" ".. ..

An Agfed .and f:mglhly lRespected
resident Has Crd~sed the River.'
Mr's, Mary M. Da~osta, one of Jackson.:
file's oldest and most highly esteemed
ec-dents died at 60o'clock yesterday morn-
ng at the residence of her son-in'-law MJT.
.. W. Frazier:, .
The deceased was the widow of: the la-
ludge A. W. DaCosta. She was .in h~er,-
O0th year and leaves a number of relatives.
he was the mother of Mr., Charles W.
)aCosta',Mrs. Gee. W. Frazier and MMt.
D. Muckenf'us'of this cityvand Mr. A. JY.
)aCoqta of Gainesville. Fla.
The heartfelt sympathy'of the entire
onmm u nity goes out ,to the'bereaved family
n their sad affl iction. The C. W. DaCosta
?rintinig house was closed yesterday out "of
respect to tbe dleeeased ..
,,The funeral will take place at 9 o'clock
his morn iri-,s..from, the Mc~veire Memorial
hurch.. Services will be''eondtucted by
te-v. J. B. Anderson, the pastor. Inter-
uent-in the city cemetery. '
The'pall bea rei swill be ).D.A. CooJke,
V. G Toomner, W. C. West, J. "Cooper,.
'. H. Livjngston, Gee. C. \tlson, D..J.
romley and A. W. Barrs.
Undertaker E. L. Gordan has charge of
he funeral arrangements." ,* 1 "



spoke of for state superinttn~nent. of p-ub;
.J ic m n t r u c .U i n ,- -. .
--l-jA-frra~ttie Fhor-iqitf'Centrai and Penin.
lulh tr I o u.Ue e L' j hej^ j~ t n rr h a roe
in FlorM ;,i thath so fI^ ^ e R?
the country; and there is no road in ihit
oiuh that can or will show you more at-
tendoqn from the brakeman to the presi,
dent. All-are punctual and accommo.
dating, the T.-U., to the contrary, not
Would not It. L. 2Mitchell be as goodE
man with an F. C. & P. collar-as Jef
Browne With the T.-U. collar on? W<
suppose they would like to have him weae
one worn by its Republican editor.
Yes, we of Sumpter, will take H. L
Mitchell,)col~ar or no collar, in preference
to the one proposed by the T.-U. Continue
to pour in .your hot shot just the same
We are with you. .,'"ACT." .
Items of Ifiterest About Confederates
and Their Sons.
The delegates from E. Kirby Smith
Camp, Confederate Veterans, St. Augustine,
to the reunion in Jacksonville are Com-
mander J. A. Enslow, jr., and David L.
Dunham. Alternates, Lieutenant'-Com.
mander J. W. ftpitler and Surgeon W. F.
Shine. .
,Capt. D. U. Fletcher, of the Sons of Con-
federate Veterans has appointed the fol-
lowing sergeants: B. B. MacDonell, first
sergeant; J. S Maxwell, color sergeant; P.
A. Holt, fourth sergeant, and C. B. Smith,
quartermaster sergeant.
'Whereas it is hardly practicable for the
committee ou members-hip to personally
call ripen all sons of "Confederate soldiers
or sailors in the city; those desiring to be-
come members of the E. E. Lee camp, S.
O C. V., are requested to apply to S. C.
Boylestonjr., J. E. T. Bowden, J. S. Max-
well, P. A. Holt, C. N. Welshans. or the
A cordial invitation is extended to all
interested to be present at the meeting of
the camp, Saturday, May 21st, at 8 o'clock
p. ii)., at the armory of the Jacksonville
Light In fantry (postoffice building).
By order of the camp.
S._Sec'y E. E. Lee camp, S. O. C. V.
Dr. Maxw~ell corrects the statement that
he had requested that his son, J. S. Max-
well, receive the flag, to be presented at the
reunion, from his father's hands. The
request was made by ^the Veterans that
Dr. Maxwell be selectedl to present the flag
and Mr. Jf. S, Maxwell receive it.
"The Metropolis is being complimented
on afl side for its commendable move in
raising money for that United States flag
which will be given during the Confeder
ate reunion week by the Confederate vet-
erans to the Sons of Confederate Veterans
and too by a father who fought against
that flag,'but who now bids his son cher-
ish and uphold tts honor always.
On all sides the beautiful sentiment is
heartily endorsed by ex-soldiers :on both
sides during the late war, and to-day the
;'olilowing patriotic citizens sent in dona-
tions: J. B. Gumbmnger $1, Maj. W. J.
Itarkisheimer $l Mayor Rebinson $1, G.
W. Gill $1, W.N. Emery $1, Dennis -Egan
$1. These amounts added to VW^P. Ward
$1, a Republican $1, C. E. Phipps, '$1,
makes a total o $9. '
,No 'suhaeripfions were ever handed in
more clice~rfully, antd each contributor was
warm in his endorsement 'of the|pa t riot [c
move which speaks in eloquent andu g~low-
ing language of how the United States
flag of our country is cheri'hed.
Th~e Metrtpolis" is indeed proud that it
has unnertaken such a ove, forj'iri pro-
prietors are Southeraers. Now, who e~lse
will help such a worthy cause. No .sub-,
,ocription of more than $1 is asked.

f'egl,,ti-at iou ,'il"..
They Vote MIinors.
T h e-y wo te d u u i ar t nt ,'.j , i/ M, -
-T li f.'t#l, t^'a., -.', ", y.: .. 'it~ v '. if ff
They voted many nitn-resutlents.-not
only non-r'e~idfnlt.- watrds inl whi,:h
itleil" l.allots were fast, Ibnt non-resildent.-
of thect, cuiuty, aud in .'*one instance-s.
p(.''ons uot l'ciiuig in the state.
At Price's Precinct
The r-ipresentative of THE STANDAR2D
\\ ;is on-dered to le'a~e, lie r'eli't,-d to dIo
so anti vas told thaL~ he hain to le:-tVe,
whben it Wa found that he could not be
tmade to lh-ave the polls the indep~endents
*submitted and let him remain without
further threats..
The primary there passed off quietly.
There was plenty of whiskey" at the
polls when the voting commenced but
this evil speedily grew less and' the
crowd grew happier as the hours flew by.
EKvery body wias in u, good hum or and
every effort w as made by meansof hacks
and free convwances and plentiful beg-
ging to indude voters to come to the
polls. Sixty .votes wer polled, which is
seven .less than the number polled by
the ring candidates at the .Democratic
primary last month. Of the sixty sev-
eral were minors and, thirty-two are not
rei'.stered, leaving the total legal vot
pol led 2-!*> Five or six of the voters were'
from Nassau county and had not been in
Dual long enough to register and hncee
in this -election (where it was professed
that hon'o but registered voters would be
permitted to east their ballots) were not
entitled to vote. '., .
A Special ettort was made to poll a
heavy vote 'in the fourth, fifth and
seventh wards a the ring claimed that
they had carried them before.
~~In the.Fifth Ward. .
STQ'E S'r.,E:,r.D's representative was
subjected to many inoignities and .in.-,
suits. The iudep~eudents, ,evidently did'
not relish the idea oi being watched.,
They did not wish the light, turned on
their dirty doings FHE STrANDARD'S'
representative iawell acquaiuted in the
"ard. ID-aCt he lhinks he knows every
man in it. A number of persons applied
to vete whoum he did not know auad.:0me
whtunT .he knew wore not residents of
that ward. They were all permitted
to vote but, every effort
w\as mmte to prevent him
from getting their names. 'Instead -of
calllug out their names aloud when
they pre-sented their ballots, they whis.
pered them to the inspectors or handed
themn iu \\ritien o)n stips of palper..The
inspectors refused to tell who the men
were, and when TUlE STANDARD man at-
termpied lo look at the list, they turned
it over to'prevent him. ,
la, v'pito of this, he succeeded in finding
something of the methods by which the
iadep~eudents p~roposed rtOjaask themo-
s*elves asDetnocrats. Among thie many
frauds" perpetrated there, the lollt~wm,{
are samp~les:
TIwo Englishnten, horse sheers, voted.
Neither was uaturaiiz-:d. One hfcd been
in this county only two months and,^ the
olher aboun a year. .
A\no:her in~au voted who came from
Ireland only six m,,nths ago. '
Several v,tod who are known to be nofr
re: i bi n's of the ward. They were at least
twenty and probably twenty-five in
numberr. '. .
:Oue hundred and ..even votes weroecast
in alIlhtmu,,h the inspect,,rsdreported 116,
THE STAIDARD nmau v,'iis at the polls
from the opening to the close of the elec-
tion, anad positively aserts that 107 and no
more voted. If other votes were counted
some of the vroters cast tw~o or more
ballots at th e same time. ,
l'hirty-"eight of these men whispered
t heir ballots in at the window or handed
in slips with their names 0n he~m. Of
the 107 who. voted' o:LY Twenty-elsE
THAT WvAR.D. f' t
In the Seventh 'Ward
the representative of THE, TADAED

Furniture andl hcuseio'ld KgooS stored'
"aud hand/lda d with great'care_ by trn Mo\ an nd lors-ecompanv, *2G'Lauraijtreel; .
ric~es reasonable. .* ... .. -i ,, '*

'* copy. '^ ^- " '
>e( ial to The Sitandard.

-19IP $. to^ iunlter of. ,-tes ea-.t in, the
s ovPnt<'"li^ 'was 1"l, l~and no~t. 1".'4 as

Iv the Eighlth Ward
t tlre lin )ax of lbuldozing was r,'aehed,
!at~id the rt~p.'eentative of THE Sm.TANDARD
s was nut aijle to learn mlur'h He w~tis or
,.ered to h-e.ive, but lefu-_ed to do .>o..
Max [-ilsr-'huiliu who ow\ns or rents the
tlhl<'e whott the election was held, told
hium that hip could n,-cl on his prem-
1 i.-e. THE STAND)ARD man insisted tha.
) the place wias being used for p~ubli(: putr-
p),,es and that be had a right to be, there-
? _ut Hir-_'nn-aan called in a plioce-
,nau and told THE STANDARD rep-
Sre-ieutative that be wold .have him ar-
,+stud if he came in six'feet of the poll
and as the policeman stood by to see thas
the fraud was covered up, he submitted
Determined that he would do nothing
that Would .give ,the independents a
hance to have him removed, even tem-
porarily from iris post of dutv. He re-
mtai ne. ,and while hindered b'y the strong
arm of the law wielded in the interest ,of
the ineependents and in,
Defiance of Justice!
from fi 0di ng outthe frauds, he doubtless
prevented many that would have been
perpetrated, but for his vigilance. When
*the poens Were closed, -however, and he
[-started away with his list of the men
who had voted, he ,was attacked by
a two hundred pound independent, who)
tried to take the list away, from him. A
scuffle followed, anda a"man who pre-
tended to be trying to prevent a fight,
grabbed the hand that held the list, hut
,was careful not t 'grab or iu, any way in-
-trfere with the assailant. But the hand
hbetd :the .list and brought it to
the enemies of fraud, slightly mutilated
but in good enough condition
to make tbe independents dread it. It
has not yet beau examined but it will be
'anrd THE "STAIDARD will let. the public
know what it tells..
STHE'STANDARD in the n'txt four dayvs
, ,will continue top give the public reading
interesting and instructive. It has a
rich field before It. and the independents
Will be shown: up in their true light,
Snow Pails on the. Granite Hills of
NeWy Hampshire.
Press News Telegram:,
HANOVER, N. H,, May 20.--Ftve .inches
of snow have tall'$h here this morning
ttp to 11 o'clock, 'nae the storm was
.still r teing. ..i.
No sigus of its abate mffr~i visible.
The fru-it crops here wilie of COrso be a
failure. -" :
South Dakota for Cleveland. "
Press News Telegram. ",
SYANKTroJS, S. if, May 20.-Ne~arly all 1
the delegates to he Democratic stale'con-,
vention elected, show by a canvass that, .
their presidential preference is nearly
unanimous forqleveland. *,
Ferdinand of Bulgaria. j
Press News Telefrajh. .
:VIENNA, May |0.- The report recently l
circnlated that P-rince Ferdinand ofi
Bu lgaria had btea deposed by a revolu-,
tiou ia \vnolly,aniOuuded.. .-,
S No Duel, but a lioax
Press Newvs T e:leg ram. '
.PARIs, May? 20.i1-Le 'Temps says that
the reported quadruple duel between t
Mr. R~ouley and t reo-opponents w'as-an
u nuadultera~ted, hi,.x. t
The Floods Abating.'^"^
Press News Telegram! *1 "
CH!ACaO, .May 2.0.--All .the western..
railroads to ,l.,Y1 reported that the
trotbles in t tbe tiik'le,1, isl ri<-sisi abating, 1
and that ii) a slir>.-i time the defi,.rulie,, 1
may be e: come. l ,

s-,,.^ ... ..
iugs Re ported by the Cole-

nial Office Departntent.

Prffss Newvs Telegram. .
LONDON, May *20".-Biro n DeXVWrm-?
the patrliamnentary secretary o[ ihe c~oh)-
nial onh:-.e, sent a telegram to th.o h,,iiis<
of commons this afternoon which fully
ecminqllred the terrible disast,,r at Mauri-
In the city of Port Louis alone 300 per-
sons were killed. In the various country
districts thus. far heard from, 300 persons
lost- their lives, and these figures are
likely to be added to. It is,believced that
the total wilt be ovetr 1,200 kilhd. .,

a^^W '^iIN'GTON, May 20.--The state de-
';,r~ment. to-day received an official noti-
"',' ."ication that Spain has albrogatedl the
embargo on Amertcan p~otk,'
."Secretary Rusk expressed much grati-
tication when told of this result.
'' ~s arsnsCondition.
Pt'e" News Telegram. ",'
W As HItN:OT, M~ay 20.-- Mrs, Harrison
iS reported to be steadily inproviny this
': afternoon, and' her physician say th~at
!!' she'will probably be al~l right after a few
Weeks of rest'and comn pleie quiet. ;." '.
R :eciprocity for Guatemala.
,;:Press News Telegram .' ....* '
', '"WASHINGTON, May 20.--rie president
.;' -4 o-day ei~gned a proclamation annouiuc-
/ing timt tt.,.,iuwtl tirade r,-lation- had
S been ;n'iangrel bot\eiw .ti the l/tiited States
;a ud G uate thala ; ,.
.:'S&^ Public onvenieiace. '
. Press News Telegram. "
'-" WAS'HINGTON, May, 20.--C6Wressman
SBoomner of Louisiana introduced a bill ihn
the house to-day directing the secretary
of the treasury to issue fractional treas-
Sury notes of the denominations of qUar-
ters and halves, to the; amottnt of
.li0,t) 0.00.. ; 1.
i.Searching for the Dead and Injured
--Near.Sioux (3ity. ,"
]' rPiress 'News Telegram. ,.. '
''. SIoux CITY, May 2ft.--The 'various res-
cuing parties that have gone out, are
*., ihav~ing hard work in searching for the
dIoa'i and injured. "-
"Tofe former, in the opinion of many,
Swill' be over 100. The i-ood .begtfn to go
dr, wt last night., and a considerable part
of the flootloddistrict was soon out of
water. The water fell six feet in a few
hours. ". '
The railroad tracks were washed away
.all I over, the section visited by the flood.
lB^The total lees is uow estimated to be
llB^5ifilOW). Trains are beginning to .run
V tiif pdhe contry il soon' egin to
E.. ',5tir ija ,sual aspect." ,

*. Iu\ undated by the Rapidly :Rising
;,, ;, River at Des oines. ,
I r,'.ss News Tel,.gram.
DES 51OINE., la., May 20.,-Tbe river
is tilll rising hero, and great apprehen--
'rsions of .serious trouble are entertained.
several levees and breakwaters have been
l-roken in the by'tremendous pressure,
inundating hundreds of dwvelliugs. Thn-
-"(occupants, however, have.. all been re-
'.'* m oved '* -*" *<'* ,:!" '" *' *r
"t> Considerable alarm is felt for the safety
,f the nine bridges here. The rise in the
|river here is "now greater than ever
I' n. "** '- '*
H;i.Terrible Explosion at Goldpcauo
".. Kills Nineteen Persons.. ".' ,

he iaine Statesman Described
Being: in the. Race.


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r ing" to defeat,the catfhB-true Demo- iho history of the cyutr( auv cavaiss
cracy was again defeated. w ,, asc,, tic-ted with h orehtiue rbi ndc t prae-
V I To talk of "contesting delegations" is nuestlu th-it whkoh Ele ring LoduCted
mere nonsense. A "contesting delega- Thursday night. A colunin would not
i tion" 4s one that is elected by some Ihe sufilmi'ent fur the record of the fraud
A N D T C Ifaction of a party in opposition to a dele- we :. The inention of a few in-
gation elected by another \vtng of the stances only will -iiiice.
same party, both claimingto represent Two men \vl% \ivrv-L considered reputa-
the regular organization. Such a con- .,le, voled in the third, fotimrh aud ninih
dition of things were not presented to war'dsl. It is a-,;erted ihit they voted iu
the convention; and no one had theW(ehcan'rs. We rcm prove that they voted in
hardihood to make a contest on the' flor the three hauled:
sN *to\ the D el oc a of fof the convention, on this basis, noteeu *no,,iat, \, l )had Luever lived in a cer-
s to the 1ew os Aof~ I IJ "the ring" with all its cheek of rnu nit- lait waird t-.,k to ii|..p(i" Jillh ,e of the
l tn y-u, ,,, 4- -mental'brass. The truth is s plt tis: i'iu_1 ht,'de w,3,rl:dr. )Ou the ,,trrtnith
val C*OUtitV "The ring" and the people met. "Tbe u that hw .,\vore that he lived in the ward
ring" thought, it had no end. But the and voted alleging that he lived in a
people broke it in Ywain. And now the certain hose which he had never lived
ring has two ends-either one in an hour before and has not been in
of which it can adopt or since.
1 OF THE RN GlTERS use; one of these ends is to come Another man-a stranger in the ward
out like men, acknowledge the majority voted and stepped out in the dark and
S VH 1 I lll TERl of the people and the power and the.changed his coat for one of another color
strength of genuine Democracy, and go and'after a time came back and voted
to work for the success of Democratic again.
principles; while the other is to stay out- There is scarcely a ward in which the
side, and cry. "Fraud," "Fraiud," and ring men did not cast fraudulent votes,
organize an independent movement and no one knows this better than those
ipre~ufcef Men ---They Failed in Spite of which must and will always lead to pol- who~are crying fraud,' who are calling
itical defeat and disgrace, out "stop thiet" in order themselves to
Their Fraudsc Choose ye, Which of these ends is the escape.
Their 1Fraudsibest.s .. t When the anti-ring Democrats were
This committee was regularly created defeated in the primaries two years ago,
by the only lawful Democratic county they accepted the situation and voted
convention of Duval county, and as for the nominees of the, party. They
I Manner of Holding the Primaries and Selected such'committee we propose "to do our did not pretend that the party was their
)s of te E o an T r C duty, our whole duty, and nothing but private property, Now let the ring
r of' the Election and Their Clerks. our duty," in upholding the cause of Democrats do the same. If they do not,
genuine Democracy, no matter how they are not as good Democrats as those
many traitors and desertersriimd pirates they now so bitterly revile. We believe
s to Vote in the interest of the Ring, and When there may be in the canin), .d we con- they will do this, but we will see. If
fidently expect that, when the; ides of there are any Mahoneites marching
d. Try to Take Advantage of Their Fraud. October shall have passed, a victory over under Democratic colors, they belong to
our enemies, domestic and foreign,, will, the class the Times-Union represents.
be so complete, that these Democrats not The anti-ring men have already proven
Stt fFoi then in accord with us, willfeel like men their Democracy.
StteofF~rial ratss" or who could establish their de ,who have been int(Nxicated all night,, and Their Political Treachery.

spectors, and who, at that time, were heau awakened from some terrible From the Standard April 23, 1,892.
Icoummitte of' residents of the respective districts and Wedream.eth sat-t .owa or
L the ONLY wqualified tov ote di r t n a W e append the following clippings W e champ lengethe state to show a more
mthee ONL wold ,be quaiDied to vote inu. Ducval from THE STANDARD which cover the shamefulrecora ofpoliticaltreacheryand
view ofth ob ,,wrete tO ground of controversy. We ask, that rascality ,than a few of the more reckless
iew oa mhe vote atthe primaries. h have the, careful attention of all Democratic bolterss" are now making;
a of a men teyhvethcaeul.atfii,,f l
issued hva.Well, if thi, i not making desperate Democrats who wish to form an honest and ith'schallenge weexclude no party,
n, l ,,.., assaults upon the -truth," then Baron and intelligent opinion as to who are the class or condition. In any reference we
littel of Du Munchasen never told a lie. Democrats and who the independents of have made, or may hereafter make, to the
iittee of Dte lem ocrats a ddwmocthe smeetingeDucal
to set forth As a matter of fact, the committee rep- Duval county. late lamented and nmmuc lamenting Duval
ople of this resenting the Duval County Democratic By the Duval county Demioer'atic con-. btcllftrexecurieommitteedersas udleor
to the Demo- club, reported that 'the request of said mittee. run" marDlt^s There wr fi r
incontrover- club was emphatically refused, and that W MroL. DA.NCY, chairman uiDemocrtsa n the onre e euteer'r-lSco
in plain, un- the inspectors of election at the primaries M. J. W EAo, nshenreta-y tr w osfialieepred x sti -
er falsity of -selected by the com m ittee, while respect- In W hotItTh PohoLoded? ur afiAp i al. lsoi nrfee p redingstoSathe
ran?^ SVSS S^^ ^eIn Whom Is The Power Lod -ed? y^^^? ^
v and unde- able and law abiding citizens, -were raAil1. lsinefrngtte
ricorunto, thoroughly in accord, with "the' ring," From THE STANDARD'April' 16, 1. bolters" we do not of course include
ve believed, and would of course advance the inter- According to the faint,- responses such TDelprt disoasizeo.G.thiso emo-
eve, that the ests of "the ring" as much as possible, caught from the purpling lips of our eratp or de
are like so and that any request thereafter eman ting cornered contemporary yesterday mor- cati eant, r M C erelst, or Judge
ink to be led from the club would in like manner be ning, and the somewhat" lustfier echoes Mc'ean,' J. C.of ooper, Judge Cher stieand
e apparently ignored, of its evening edition, the public -sees taresore sof fothe ursdho cheerful ctnsnbmit
rL "the ring," Then came the night of tho primaries, very clearly that the "ring'-' dies hard. tue result of Tihursdays election and
or,.in, other and this occasion was looked upon with Its breathing will become steritorous 'be- Saturdays conen ... .
tattles. feelings of dispondency and distrust by fore 12 o'clock t6-dav. \ But, review the record of the leaders of
s before the a large majority of the Democratic voters When, two 'years ago, the so-called theuocrat-irexcubotierscomttee.uBy
was called, of the county, for it was then feared "kickers" were defeated at the prima- eraud iatte emxecutive committee. By
lefunct body that a large number ofRepublican votes ries, they yielded gracefully. The saute y fraudat wh aticaprimariestin be0
igs, devwsing, solicited by"the ring" would, overwhel- cessful ticket was published in THEL- tieybeat, what was knownzasgthe Bifbee
rough which mingly defeat the cause of true- Democ. STANDARD, over .*20)) worth of treo ad-, wehad been slaughteredgin, the house of
.ly and com- racy; but hope was reviewed when it was vertieing was accofded the candidates, a
in the polit- discovered that some of these solicited and the editor of the paper voted the tur friendsrather than raise a family
aeleasfor any Republican "ring votes" were being cast ticket straight without -spot or blen,- aro w owed iorlthe submitted and advocated
democracyy of in 'the interest ofthe people, and good ish." In fact every attache did the same This submit ,
uch as differ government, and that in the same in- thing; though we blame no knerican fsononou prt so far
ir chamber" stance the carefully laid plans of "the citizen for scratching it if he wanted to. fro. paifyig em
)fflces of this ring" had recoiled upon themselves, a It is a great American privilege. ened thenow bolting faction, The time
nd these in_ boomerang, 'as it were. The election This morning the T.-UT. practically cametroundefore aew trial. The Demo-
hardat work thus held, proved a great surprise, to concedes the defeat of the "ring" ticket. Mr.!'Barrs wast chairman, waited tic
as so formu- the ringn" that their control of Duval And yet it goes on to make.mouths-to beLre ann aotedetin
ks. Mr. J. county ,had passed away. *. sneer at Mahoneites and demean itself March 19 before announcing an election
con, and Mr. It wa i m this -way, and in 1o.other, altogether atter a most disgusting fas.h- Aprid 14gte.h ison en etion t f oI was set for
n of this de- that the ringt w a- defeated. I, counted -ion. A ri l athe rcon ent ion ofad w
their reslIct- on carrying the solid Republican vote, We understand the secrHi'darv of the todays later!' Mr. B rs had every-
he nefarious and thAt vote %as' divie'ed. It waS Duval county Democrati.i executive lthingiee thteudried. we a day
ir. offices for hoisted by its own petard, and "weep- coUmluittee will ateuiiH to tleIiiithe del- 0 r, th g he has not wait a day
hLoly workof ing and wailing and gnashing of teeth" egate A to the county couveff t his l thog oweha postponed ui s
is noW as much out of place as was then morning in defiance of the poputar will litte alid~tionaltr-it-ov-, a
the cloven carefully laid plan of solicited Rfpub- He assumes to himself a powei,' and atu- Me'anwh e fve ,s ailater n r
ontemp.ated lican votes to drowu the voice of true thoritv whict the Archbishop of Canter- speatwhilteh efatoorner and rei
d "Jackson Democracy at the primaries. \ |ury,'has as much right to assume. eettiolly oicuited to order a pristary
qualification That Republicans voted at the primaries te wills(if rumbr be truthfu.e preune d a b eand his ew packers on
was 'to be a is undoubtedlya fact. That"the ring",had t ) isSue His credentials to delegates and theexeeutivecoilitteelifted up their
on of which all the inspectors is undoubtedly another' thus permit the minority to control the hands in holy horror! They had noright,
ed hand of fact. That these men voted unchallenged r .. ..
making auto& by members of "the rig u" 'is another Every ward aandprecinct, through its teorauthority,i heaven or on
,f the occas- fact. That, they were permitted t I o cast Judges,' "ptors, etc.nshould (ats maty e o changether
)f he oca- !ac. hatthe wee ert,}ted o cstof them. have'done)- ,this n~ori n i'n.-i rule of primaries to select delegates,- only
their ballots the ring" inspectors .. t d h give aconvertlion couldch'ange fthe goodold
terandobject at theprimaries is another fact. That the delegates who were elecLe.! eich his r.ule .ould (h e
discovered, they were not challenged and were ISO certificate of election; if they rptus-e to do %%fn a second Dmocrati tice for
ms who had permitted to cast their ballots, because it so, the deleats. chosen '%'Vill, in any ou ^mwas announced, thech.
-ship "n the was supposed that they were all part and event, be present at the opening "of the county'eo~tee~

tisfaetion of the repeating tactiese originated woith a ,oer or a a The.iommitteeroet "., n
erti vtes"the ring"' is another fact. And that the himself select the temnporarv o rganmza- ........oa.......
rtlong been greater part of the repeating iwas done in otineno n The ternorar. Chi'a. .ould. se- Tneel
_of the bane- ,the interestsof the rmig s anotherfat. l .he Mre t use Bill' No. And now tbe~e "goody ....... "ing,, "_, credentals; tnis committee on creuen- -.-.-------- hari-n. -' .,..."*
ity of Jack men raise up tneir hands i nholy horror, ti.als could excl.. .ug .e.e ate .to .. T r .. heva;n.... -- ... ..:,
proportions, and cry "fraud," "fraud." of course give the minority absolute control in .v~ .npco~^ ^ d.
^organized they do. Whyr should they not? Fraud th -candidates.-. efeated---i fact, overwhelmed atth
to, who, for was to' carry them through, but the,, We warn tlhe sec.retary of the executive I ;wlleda h
"the ring," were beaten in spite of it.. sCcm~emitee thu i?lhe shal~l afempt, any Te hav so litt manhness that they
dl in the or- And now we come to the organization auc shm "* com Upllinu and ^e ^cry "fra-d "
.oeratic club, of the convention. Here,..agi the now.... unwarranted _usurp~ation--and one whiCh^ t" e a ....... ..ti .." hnrt
uvad51 Co ny eu ct' s cotmmittee" exhibited the w' l~ga^ lyfan .. se .o -peena ive ,,, .. ... e,^ ^ sen-^.. ... .
h im er n- clven fo t"- co tio the house ofd~ ^ ^ representatives in"-1 5 g .... ..... ..
,e cmr tt iruscommittee'we asrCulio~me~~~ snumed thedirieh t tlo~n.n(n dq~uaiihononot~h~d w itshown em- h~ilee .:THESTNDRDpos to spetu cimfic
Marcn] l9th. ,ianure the credentials of the delegates Thprnva nnrt .... mnr,.rnnnnvo .... cases on the r.-U. clique's part.
^^^ jrum Baldwin precinct and i was only tln wt , ,, e.... .... 1.,.., ' Mr. C. T. West (a Broward man) saw
letetoaafter the chairman of the committee, Mr. ct,a, rtoo,-,^^^ fo.;,o, ; oa;ooourteen Republicans voted by a leadmn
io v nd o Barrs, had been most emphatically over- +;,o, Th, v .. ;u ,me with ....v ,,."";+,, ]g cndidate in the second ward.
LE. ruled by the convention, that the credon written or verba e- es~I ,or,q mnne,' Mr. John Flynn, a member of the Har-
,ring of the t:iasof the delegates foro Bal.dwi n were and theommittee on c^detilst^re rison and M.orton ,lub ,of this city, was
i that the r eeve and placed on tne JlSt of dele- after chosen ot the Duval-eunlv rem pu6 on tne st of "ring" delegates in the
[at the last g~n~aes.ToheU followed the temporary or- ocraticexeutivecommitteer willfiriallv ,econ.dward and was elected. :No won-
adonted for g anzto, andu then, i was' *tat this .adjudgeheirr'ihts. y ur (uuder tne eves of their own inspec-
committee, "ring committee" again'exposed to view i 1 tore) there were fourteen Republicans

g, had dis- its cheek of monumental brass by assum- Who Are the Mahoneites ? voted in the second ward.
"0the ring" ing to dictate to the convention a plan From the Standard, April 17. In the fourth ward, Mr. Barrs, after
vould not be (for effecting a permanent organization. u, / trying to swindle the "ant" out of their
o the voice The convention did not then' know, We did not expect our cornered con- legitimate votesby printing a spurious
lone, whose that'there were contesting delegations. temorary to take the defeat' of its ring ti'-ket with thirteen names on it, in order
If there were, they never materializedor erfully, but the display of passion to have it thrown out of the count; who
as adopted, hmade themselves known rn the corven- which its issue of Fiday contained sur- stood with Messrs. Cromwell Gibbons
ase aidopted ae Bthemsees kpot haden therovert- b passed our expectation. We did not and Steve Melton, and watched the
ised aid of tion. But plot hart been termed-by
Democratic "the ring" to break up the convention know that the Tinies-Union could be- whole proceedings, cried "fraud" only
was to be which was notthen known to the gent- come o angry. We did not know that when he knew he Was defeated.
be trium- democracy present. The cnonention -it would make statements which the Mr. Williams testifies that at Gravely
idemot th ent. Th e co on whole community knows are without schoolhouse precinct a "ring" hencr-
committee did not then know that as-.scon as the the slightest found ation'of fact. naM.Jh .Mlehue pi
committee, committee on credentials, would be ap- th. Mahots w man, Mr. John W. Miller, hauled up in
in the Duval pointed, that the chairman and secretary' The captionof the editorial is .Mahone- wagons thirty-eight,"ringsters" to-the
;he purpose pof the committee were going to nuts the lsm Again, and throughout its length polls who voted ttfe ring" ticket- They
y that club o credentials ofmthe delegates g to thee con- the Democrats who oppose ring rule are were so drunk that they were lifted in
n of Demo- Veutionin their pocker, and that the ..... called Mahoneites and it is predicted that and out like Chicago porkers. Mr. WIll-
olemenowere mitteo e led bn t he chke ira, and the in a year they will be participating in iams, an honorable guntloman, says he
y; and were secrtary, was l oinb to fohlelowai n the o Repplican primaries The statement is has resided initbat precinct for the past
r that m' credentials to the room. as- a vile slander against the best Democrats seven years, and never saw one of the
purposes of siged t-em and w ......... of Jacksonville--ihe majority of the thirty-eight before April 14. They were
p r o e of s g n ed t e m n d, itn their co u n sel, Cel .s
piously anid A. W. Cb(krell" and a num-% .Democrats ofJacksonville, and theslan- unqualfded voters, brought in from
oit nly eaerAy -s.trikes nvael; a d.ains .....o-derer who utters it subjects himself to Georgia or from some cou,,ty or counnnties
ott a....ttepnt. tos coecahe thm atnd t.o o misnd the contempt of all who love the truth. in Florida. Are not the "bolters" a sweet
..ttemp e re Ahem and tAower And hy are the opponents of the ring set to cry out fraud?
laueittee tell them t behevthat they adthe power not Mahoneitos ? Simple because they re- The foregoing facts, and others to come
tIe iendb- cutive committee, but to go back of the .. to pull at the crack. of the whip of which are even more scathing, demon-
blish d and rtrns of the inspec,-tos,, bat o the th el o bosses Simply because they own strate very clearly that the bolterss" were
....d an hbad r thenpWeo.r. oinl .tortellbut a they al.s no masters. Our great Caesars have fed defeated in spite of all tIhe villainous
thead the -on-e"- n..tion tellhall they ad* n-on such meat that they say "Youare our fraud they perpetrated and not on ac- (
are bedtet rgRLesof .sitin.t. thalltw. tsey hid no slaves or you are our enemies. We order count of any fraud committed by the
V ne- .n ve,-_ight.ts it i the ......ceov tio had the Democratic party around, you must straight Democrats.
any Hepub- coiveledut the waa oteconventiou wc Imove -when we order. If you do not Mr. W. T. Jones, as has been hereto.
t .ri o an une- appointed the in w as nota' convention at f ... -"
candidates all. "hen such a "h-us-pocus"ame.t.'... fore published in THE SANDAbD, ,and
. ... ... n t a und," the Timeg;-Unon and its^clique claimed not denied, offered George W. Plummer
ia ct i -'a.n ofs"- .was the place,,. (oun werthio toowthD crats othe counDtybut of Price's precinct, on the floor of the
a di ( ? a iv e a c( [ O f lthle e xecotitve CO .1lmM ttee, W lhicn .... n-t. .. .. -w erp cenveornof the,
and ,oPrion hadl-- ..... ts .... ,e plat ..... ..... nursday gniht they found they were convention $20Qtocarry his delegation
......., ,, ,,,uv, vu'epa-mistaken! for the "ring:'ticke.--
voted i, the frin of the eoovetitiori to do such dir~ty m^- "h .. .h..J T^ .. .... i0 .......iit
and repeat- work as this, it wva, time and it was u ee- .oaretne aonueites? Let them Will theT.-U pleaseome out and I
a n d e p e a w r k a t h s ; t % v s t m e a d.i.w a ste-_ p o i n t o u t t h e R e p u b l~ic a n s i n t h e r a n k s s p e c if y ? W h e n it d o e s T H r E T A N D R %
t h a t a m a r c y p r o p p ir to r e c a l l a n d d i s c h a r g e t h e o f t h o s e w h o n. .. . .i l onPa scA r ward _om tte .hc wa l d on aft er of uos wo WhO i'uhel1 tnem ruesdav will confront it with a score of other
,ioo ofwau another ard prhsmentar committee Digbt Lesoftheprincipalmen!of specifications to overwhelm s brazen I
Li n o1ny a o h r n a a menti6 : 11 tte' th rngsayw hither or not they scratch- false pretense.
aee east b had beet apponted to conler with them ed the Demoeratictieke- whenI DIou-hert- p
and had returned, reporting that the was a candidatefor c "ires-, land hn--ifPutting the Points,
ibs isued '-reairedtore^^ .... ." _,.they AreblamelessletK1hu crticie oth- To the Editor of TH STANDAD.
,-t. andbe fietr t n u erg and prove what they say. They JACKSONVILLE, Fla., April 15I.-n to-
cratic elec- ,,i.;gt not ,i nve hours. tried tovote Republican, Thuraday night day's Telegram (a ring paper) the most ,
he election This convention, aqs.-rting its own jor their candidates. Let them deny it remarkable confession appears. The s
rpspecti "e pierogati ye. then dispensed with the corn- if they dare. victory ef honest citizens iu defense of (
P, anti oul, miltee, and proceeded with its rtgular And the fraud, fraudthat thbey are cry- their rights against a r'ng the most cur- i
wn Demo- work. And lhtUt the attemptt o[t.the ing! What cheek! Wa doub- if ever in rupt thait eyer threat fare people, t

I seems to have lost thein the little reason
ihey oucee po_sessed, and we tind. i)n
;paeakiinvof |iIP recent prijarie.s held i,
tlhis City, the f0lh-,wiu3:
-1 lie anti-, \vent iuto the highways and
the l-.N\\tay's and irrespective of part\,
crred or previous rvondition, invited ;ll
to come in and vote early and often at
ecil--h ward in the city."
It will be remetn be red that the Duv:a
Deniocratic c luI, a powerful orgapizat:.. i
L'.1i;Lug frauds agajun.t the pure Dewn-
ocrtacy they relprc-,euled, and wit ha vi.._.\v
that primaries, mighf be condun(:-d inl
.stil:h it inailner that a just and hooest ex-
pression of the will ol the party miight bd
had, sent a committee from its body to
attend the sitting of the executive atf'the
time this body selected the inspectors to
manage the election. They modestly re-
quested that the organization be permit-
ted to name one inspector at each polling
place, as the inspectors consist of three at
each polling place, this request could not
be intended in the interest of fraud, but
fairly construed, meant a caution against
this request, carrying with it the wish
of nearly 500 organized, Democrats who
belong to no ring, but sought to have a
fair election, was refused by the execu-
tive committee, almost all being mem-
bers of the ring. Thay claim it as a
right they have to appoint all three of
the inspectors at each polling place. They
did so and selected men whom they
were bound to say were honest and who
could give the people a fair election.
Yet what do they charge in their organ?
They charge these very inspectors with
being men so lost to honor' that they
permitted men to vote who did not
belong to the party and who did not
live in the respective wards! That they
permitted men who choose to do so, to
vote as they saw fit!
It is a principle of law that those who
introduce a witness are bound, having
offered him, to sustain the honor and
credit of said witness. This executive
committee gave the party as inspectors
these men, yet lost to shame, they seek
to gain-a lost canse by sacrificinlg the
honor of the men they guaranteed to the
party were honest. It seems they were
honest and it appears they hoped they
would not be so.
In conclusion, the ring, having the
executive committee, named the time,
place and managers of this contest.
If XIe men they put in charge
were uch as they claim, the ring could
have voted as often as they pleased,
and for whoever they pleased, yet
all will see at a glance if they were
honest min (which we assert they
were) those who opposed the ring could
not have been guilty, of the charges
Again, if the inspectors were as dishonest
and unworthy as the ring organ claims.
then would it have been possible for
those who opposed the ring to more than
secure their rights? Such wrongs' were
alone possible to have been practiced by
the ring, and such must have been in-
tended by the ring when a ring executive
committee refused the modest request of
so largedan organized body, whose re-
quest fairly construed, went to establish
a guard to prevent fraud and preserve the
honor of the party while engaged in a
brotherly contest.
In other -words-if the inspectors were
honest, then neither'side could have prac-
ticed the frauds as alleged.' If dishonest,
having been appointed by the ring;, they
might have done all that is: charged; yet
those who opposed them could not have
committed such frauds. It would have
been difficult indeed to have secured
justice. More they could not possibly
have had in either case.
The miserable plight of those who
fought fri t--elf nlone and lost all, presents
'--,-,:ta-lo sad indeed; but we never
dreamed that in their de.parr rbrey uid
charge fraud against our best citizens,
their chosen inspectors. We do40 not
know these men if-they do not teach
these ring robbers a lesson on top of the
one they now have. DEMOCRAT.
They Are Not So Stupid.
From THE STANDAR.D of April 17, 1892.
The editor of THE STANDARD had not
been in the convention hall five minutes
yesterday morning before a prominent
delegate ,approached and said: "I read
that article in oUR organ, the T.-U. to-day
and had to smile; I mean the article
charging 'fraud' against the 'kickers'.
"In my ward, Thursday night,', he
went on t'o say, "a prominent leader of
what You call the 'ring' brought up
fourteen Republicans aud got them t'o
vote the 'ring' ticket solid. He seemed
to weaken a little at first, and asked them
if they would not say they Were Demo-
crats. :No, they would not. 'Will you
not promise to vote the county Demo-
cratic ticket next fall' They would nt
even promise to do that much. All right
said the 'ring candidate, go ahead' and
"And they did! The entire fourteen
Republicans in my ward put their bal-
lots in for the 'ring' delegates, a, solid
shot! And yet the T.-U. cries fraud!"
This is only one instance of "fraud."
The '"ringsters" can get the names if they
will call for them.,
SAnd It Squealed.
From .The Standard, April 17, 1892:"
The rin was asked to order a primary
to nominate candidates. Instead_'of do-
ing so it decided that they should be
nominated by a convention.

It placed the meeting of the conven-
t'on six months before the election so as
to keep its opponents from having an op-
portunity to organize.
t was, asked to permit its opponents at
least one inspector at every voting pre-
cinct. It refused to do s0.
It bad the selection of the time and
manner of selecting delegates in its own
The party machinery was operated in
its interests.
It took every possible advantage over
its opponents.
And when it got smashed, it squealed.
It Will Die of Imbecility.
From the Daily Standard April 19.
The esteemed Times-Union says "the
attempt to recall the committee on cre-
dentials (by the Opera house convention)
strikes all fair-minded people as being a
forcible indication that the leaders were
afraid to submit to the asseublage the
report of the committee."
Every convention has absolute control
of the committees it appoints. It may,
recall any committee before it gets to the
dooron retiring to 'mke its report; the
convention is the creator, the committee
the creature.
This parliamentary ruling is as old as
Madison and Jefferson. Two or three
weekr ago a committee of three from the
Duval Democratic club was sent to the
countyexecutive committee to respect- :'
fully request that the "anti-ring" ticket
be conceded one inspector at each voting t
place on the 14 (which request, however,
was positively denied) and in a few )
minutes thereafter a motion was made
in the club that the committee from the
club be recalled. The motion carried and
the committee was recalled.
But this aside. The credentials comm- f
mittee DID report last Saturday and the .
convention, by an almost unanimous
vote, declined to acqede to its preposterous
suggestion that since the "ring" hiad lost I
(after having all the election machinery (
n its own hands) we now rub out and
try it over again. "

Again. that report of the credentials
:on,.-fimee ought to, and would have
hi.fenI' reji.cLd in any event. That reot-
iiiti t was sent OUL with no other power
4 rauthority than to report the list of
S(Wic-teS ri_-ht fully entitled to their seats.
Tue ,:oninjittee bad no more authority to "a new election, and to pr..ebt that,
Hic' Ihursday election was invalid, than
ii hod to uonifuate a caudida-te lor the
I.' eskiJe tirv.
l.,.k at 0i16 question from whatever
.t udiudpnt, and there \wa, never a more
:illy.::o 01 KIdlt ;t d(..zen bu.-x-s to over-ride the
vote of the majority and enforce their'
dictatorial will, than is developed in the
game they are now playing. It will per-
ish of its own im becility. ..
As to, That* Credential Cbmmittee.,
In the first place, the Convention,
which is the creator of every coniMlittee
it sends, out may recall and disclaige it
at any time-before it gets to the door,
while retiring, or at any hour thereafter.
[See all acknowled authority on parlia-
men tary rules]., ,
2. The credential committee last, Satur-
day was clothed with no authority what-
ever 'to suggest a new Democratic
primary election. Its power was limited
to returning a list of legally elected dele-
gates, and it had no more right' to sug.I
gest rubbing out and trying it over again
than it had to nominate a candidate for
the presidency. f ,
3. But after the committee persisted in '
reading its'report, leave to ^do so was,
generously granted.
The resolution was, of course, unan'i-,
mously voted down. -With all the ma-
chinery and all the chicanerrv in its own
hands, the "iil."b has been" badly de-,
feated. Therefore, please, generous ma-
jority of thirty votes in the contodtion, '
please glve us an opportunity to try just
a little mole fraud. May be we Can11
swindle ,you niore successfully iu xv
time,. If the credential comnmittee, had.
been'granted from one to, four davs in-
stead of one to four hours, as he". com-
mittee asked, theresult'would have been
the same. lbe convention would have
snowed it under.
As it Seems to an Outsider.
To the Editor of THE STANDARD.
Standard, April 19, 1892. 1,'
jIhave been observant of parties and
politics for some years past, and have
noted some strange antics. Two years.
ago, 1 understand, a county Denocratic
executive committee was elected for two "
years, which time expired last Saturday.
The party in this couAtty has not been
getting along very harm(oniouslV of late
because, don't you know, great; men will
sometimes differ. These factions call
each other by the euphonious names of
ring and anti-ring for; short.
To begin with, the ring controlled the
corn mfttee;, they set thloir own time to
hold a primary election to choose' dele-
gates to the county convention to limi-
nate candidates, both cou in '- atnd state.
Recently the county committee had, a
meeting to appoint inspectors at each
voting place to conduct the election. ,
"'They may", the inspectors at every
poling place in the city and county held "
the controlling powermin the interest of
the "ring." Is this so, too?
(,They say" further, that the Duval
.county club met at their offices on, the',
same day these inspectors \\e-r cho.zen,
andrsenta conitninee to the executive
committee with a polite request that the
antis might have one of the ihi't- iusp(-c-
tors at each box, and this was promptly
denied them. Is this true?
Now with these prelimninaiieste ball
was opened on Ttnursday a. no itb the
country and in the evening in the city,
and \hlion all the retnrnswere in, an
overwhelmiug majority turned upjor
the antis. .1
Soon the cry went up 1o the h,,Puse t ..
"fraud! frauiO" and it inuit be trifd ovePr.
Now let me a-k H.... re was
fraud, who was reispo[nible for ii? echo
a hs ter.q %%ho? \
The ring had the coUntm CorUittre
they chose the tinie. the places for the
eOections, the inspectors aiid all the ma-
chinery of election. No one can pretend -;
.to claim that Iheautie- perpetrated the
frauds for the* we-re not permitted to
haveainythiug todo with it. Itispinted
that by'possibility Republicans were al-
lowed to vote, the inspectors thinking
they would go with the "ring," and
when they didn't pan out as was expect-
ed, there was some hi,,h kirking, in-
dulged in. If this were'possible it- would
be another "dynamiter hoist by his own
petard." Then there was another little
episode on Saturday last.
Another election is to be ordered, in
*which none b-lt honest men are to vote
or be voted for. Of course that will bring
around the political millennium when
everything will be lovely.
Of course the "'saints ought to rule, and
we are the saints."
In conclusion; a defunct comm-ittee
eame in and reported that the committee
had learned that frauds were committed
on both sides, and, therefore, a new deal
must be made. Well you have a perfect
right to own up as to your part of the sin, ....
but the other side prefer to present their
own case. You'remind me very forcibly
of two good old members of a certain
church, who were not so loving as
brothers should have been. Brother
N--, although a good man, would
sometime indulge in his cups too freely,
but when he sobered he would confess,
and the brethren would always forgive

At laqt fearing the good brethern
wonld tire of holding him up he ap-
peared before,the church after a pro-
tracted spree, and said "brethren the best,
thing you can do with me is to turn me
out, and while you are at it I think you
had better turn" Brother Hart out too,
we have both been acting the hypocrite
longe enough. Brother Hart thought
Brother N-- had better represent his
own case only. ,
Now gantemen, in view of all this, and
more of the same sort that will turn
when it becomes necessary, it is vey .
clear to an outsider that you have slIc : A
on your rights, for on election day you
bad the whole machinery in your own
hands, aud now by every principle of
law and equity as well as decency, you
are stopped from taking advantage of
your own wrong.
In Spit of It.
From The Standard April 30,
Col. Cockrell appears as the champion
of the small number of,men who were so
badly dissatisfied with the action of the
county Democratic convention that they
are unwilling tosubmit to its decision.
As their chosen champion it is to be pre- fI
sumed that the showing that he makes, is I
the best one possible for his side of the
Col. Cockrell starts out with the assert "m
tion. In substance that the whole matter
depends on the question as to whether or .
not the convention of Saturday was duly
organized. We accept this Idsue. J
Was the convention leglhy organized?
The then chairman of the Democratic,
executive committee made a report of -'
the decision of that committee as to the
delegates who were prima faee entitled to '-p
seats. The secretary of. that committee .
read the list. -The gentlemen wbts^" !4;i
names were read became then, by ,Si3"'
endorsement of the executive commit
as they already were by the report.of. t .'
election inspectors, the delteates to 4L ,K
^E ** "a |-H
,, : ? h zil

They Induce Republicans
They are Defeated

To the Democratic Voters of the i
iii General and to those of Du
The Democratic executive
,]Duval county, Florida, and
Democratic executive cox
Duval county, Florida, in
publication and distribution
dacious pamphlet recently
defunct or bogus body callfi
Democratic executive comnm
val county deems it proper
lor the benefit of the pe<
county, and to demonstrate t
cratic voters of Florida by
tible and incontestable facts
varnished language the utt(
thq allegations published by
the authority of the little cot
who, fcra long time past, ha
and who still seem to belie
Democrats of this county
many sheep, ready and will
to the shambles, and who ar
regarded by what is known a
a their personal property,
S words, as their goods and ch
For months and month!
late Democratic convention
the majority of this% now d
were holding secret meeting
and formulating schemes, th
they were going to so full
tpletely manipulate matters
ical field, that it would be us
respectable portion of the D
this county to even so mi
with them. In these "sta
sessions they, had all the o
county absolutely filled, at
cumbents were, 6f course, I
in "whooping up" the plan
Sl&0d, while, for weel
'M. Barrs, Mr.J.NX.C. Stock
Cromwell Gibbons. a portion
functcommittee abanduoed i
ive offices, and adopted th
purpose of substituting thei
the "curbstone" in the unh
. /",.gobbling uy" everything.
Thus matters stood when
foot was exhibited in the c(
', formation of the so-called
i Club," oppen-sesame" or
for membership of which w
45 bill, and in the organization
it wag evident that the maih
this little junto had been wo
matically the chief figures o
l o n *:' .! *
As soon as the'true charact
of this organisation was
rominent Democratic citizen
'teen inveigled inco members
club, began dropping out o
until scarely a "corporal's ,
Aeft out of the original "one l
It was then that the dissat
the people and of the Demo(
of this county Which /had
f gathering strength by reason
ul and baleful effects of Ho
4 upon the property of the ci
sonville, assumed gigantic
and begauncrystalizing into a
opposition to this same jat
courtesy's sake, was called
and which tinallv culminate(
ganization of a genuine Dem
under the name of "The Du
Democratic club," and which
braced a membership of ove
ths late Democratic exeeutiv
met'in regular session on
and issued a call for primary
be held April 14th, to elect de
.Aounty convention to be c
4vpril 16th, JUST TWO DAYS LA
Upon the day of this mee
committee it was supposed
regular registration lists used
general election would, be
use at the primaries, but the
who controlled by the ril
covered 'that the oppositbn to
had grown so strong that it w
saae to trust these primaries t
'of those Demo.ratic voters a]
nambe appeared appeared on
tration lists. Hence a plan v
by whicl, through the prom
.epublicaus, the voe ie of the
voters, on the day of election
stifled, and "the ring" was to
To this meeting of the
reprsen itati ves were sent front
County Democratic club for t
of urging what was deemed b
Fairer method for the eieetn
<;rats to office; but these gent
JAardly treated with eourtes;
at ouce tacitly given to Variel
,,the wishes and plans aand
S"the ring" were to be stud
rigidly observed and carri~ed.
S particular.''
SBut hear this partisan con
their OWn story iu the follow
: ,rom tbeir last'edict, to Wltb
cious pamohlet recently pul
irculated among our people.
"When the primaries we
grosset of frauds wore openly
d iu several city wards. M!
lioans, some of thoem the mor
*ed in the county, among then
on the--,epublican county tici
months agu, and still open
members of the I-arrisou
icub of thi. city, openly v
primaries), and non-residents
ers .voted to such an extent t

r jority of the votes cast in
,can be proven, to the saLisfact
-'easonable main. to bave be
persons not ettled so.
Under the call and instruct
by hiseommittee to the insp
Oleeri8s of election, only Domo(
ors, who, at the time of tf
were actual residents of the
districts, were intitled to vote
sl00tors who were0"we]l 4no

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"An Addres,



Laid Bare to all Unj

llhopy Fixed the Time and
the Inspecto








Horses and Mules for
At Lowest Market Pricea.
nICOLS & a G Catv, Proepr1etor.
corner Bay and Cedar. Telephone No. 2867

Arlington Hotel,
Best $1.50 House in the City.
Adams Street, between Main and Laura,
Within a block of street cars.
E. B. WHIrEHORE. Proprietor.

Lafcoochee Hotel and Restaurant

A splendid table, clean rooms, new fur-
niture and polite attendance. Persons
stopping over at Lacoochee should
inquire for the Southern Restaurant and





Garden Seeds, Cottor Seed Meal and ertili zers
(yyTc'2,,2 2 West B;ay St., WAKIE11OUCSES, on Trockol oS FV. & W. and F. C. & P.




~ --I-e ~ll~iLII I

Goods a little shop-worn at much below cost.





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Serve Displayed by a Theatrical Manager
In a 'oolhardy Feat.
"Saii T. Jack is a splendid bluffer,"
said gentleman from Kansas yester-
: day. i1 remember him best when he
was traveling through Kansas with a
burlesque road company. He once struck
Dodge City with a big opera bouffe
troop. It was years ago, when Dodge
City was at the very verge of civiliza-
tion-just hanging on to the edge, as it
were. There was no regular show-
house, and no decent hotel. There was
S plenty of money, though, and that
brought Jack and his company. Tho
town was full of cowboys and roughs,
and they all determined to see the show
and incidentally have some sport with the
"Mr. Jack learned this and realized the
necessity of impressing the natives with
a due sense of his awfulness as a fighter
before the show began. At that time
one Petrpei McCarthy was the deputy
sheriff of Dodge City, and was a reason-
ably efficient officer. For this reason it
was that he felt in duty bound to warn
Mr. Jack of the awful possibilities of
Exhibiting himself. on the streets of
Dodge City in a white plug hat and a
fancy vest. The well meaning deputy
sheriff affected -to despise tenderfeet,
but because of this feeling of official'
responsibility which sentiment was
doubtless more thoroughly aroused at
the thought of a possible free seat at
the show-he started in to give Jack
timely warning, and began his remarks
as follows:
"1'Be you the show boss? asked Pete.
"'1 am, sir,' was the reply.
"'You all allow to act out in the town
hall tonight, 1 reckon?'
"'Yes, sir.'
'You going y'se'l?
"Yes, sir.'
'Be you goin to rustle around town
much in thet thar white stovepipe hat?'
'Well,' said Mr. Jack, who had be-
come tired of being catechised, 'if you
will submit your questions in writing-
provided you can write-I will lay off a
day'and frame my answers for you, but
let me ask a question. Why do youwant
to know' whether I will rustle or no, and
why this pointed reference to my
Greeley hat?'
S"'Wall,' responded the sheriff, a little
hot himself, "cause I kem in hyer to
give yer a pointer; ef you do w'ar tbet
i hat down town. the boys are a-waitin
fer yer and they'll shoot it chock full o'
holes. They don't 'low no sech tiles in
.... Dodge.t Pete then looked at Sam as
much as to say that he thought the hat
would not' be worn. But the sapient
Sammy smiled serenely and said, 'That's
the trick, is it? Well, that's funny.
W ow,if the boys in highfalutin hilaiity
should miss the hat and. hit the wearer
what % would be the result?'
"*6pa jest stan your chances, but 1
reckin y' won't do that-it's kinder
ticklish; not but thet the boys are good
shots, but the likker is a kinder lively-
an-an-wall, they mought raise a little
ha'r, you know--see?'
." 'Just so,' said Sam ana hoeonttued'
Wheinng.. When he had finished he
L _. txri d to Pete,. and holding in his hand
"aseet-of papqr asked that genius if lhe
could read it. 'Pete' could- and did. It
;,. ead, as follows:
.(' ....... .. ... ........................ .
^y ;\...... ..... ................ ....... .....:
:i .-" 'Now,' said Mr. Jack, 'I will be going
S t6. Wells, Fargo's & Co.'s office, near the
S'depot. in just ten minutes-and 1 go
i; loaded always. 1 will wear this paper
thus'-and he pasted the sheet to the
.--* front of his hat. 'All the boys can see
it. Tell those who will dare to shoot-if
.. any-that they had better shoot for
blood.' Pete's jaw dropped at the ulti-
.,, matum of the tenderfoot and the latter'
^'display of nerve. The upshot was that
:'s. the manager wore his tall white Greeley
, hat-and wore his cartridge belt and
l. guns. The boys were congregated owr-
^' side the House of Blazes. to care for their
Ihides-and a feeling of respect for the
':. nerve of the wearer prompted them tu
applaud at his action instead of shooting
at his hat, and that night he hung out
i.. the 5igi, "Standing Room Only," at
o7 0clockk- -Chicago Post.



No Commission Charged.

Cash Paid,

Women Piano Tuners.
There is no -such thing as "women's
work" nowadays. Women write our
letters, run engines, herd cattle, pilot
vessels, conduct law cases, are physi-
cians, work at the blacksmith's forge
and do almost everything that men do.
A new field for their activity is piano
tuning, and some women have already
pre-empted positions in the business.
And there is no reason why women
should not succeed as well, or perhaps
even better, than men in this. They
have delicate, sensitive ears which are
easily trained to detect the slightest
variation in a note of nilsic. The pro;
session is not /one which requires any
great muscular strength, and is clean
and nice.
Time, it Irings the tuner into contact
with every sort of people. But what
self respecting American girl-and she
must not only be self rspecting but
self reliant to undertake tom rake her
own livin--will suffer from thif,? Given
the proper preliminary training, a
natural aptitude, for t_,e bn-moiss, and
the American woman can make a place
for herself in piano tuning as she has in
every other industry she has attempted.
A ",ew conservatory of music in Phil..
adelphia will have a special department
for female students in piano tuning,
regulating, etc., and it is certain that
the department will always be well
filled with pupTs. Success to the woman
piano tuner-and let the men look to
their laurels.-Music and Drama.
London Streets in the Time of George II.
There were certain dangers and in-
conveniences walking along the streets
in London in the Seventeenth century.
The finest dress might be ruined by the
carelessness of a dustman or a chimney
sweep; the custom of exposing mipat on
open bulkheads led to many an irrepar-
able stain of grease. Bullies pushed the
peaceful passenger into the gutter-it
was a great, time for street swagger;
barbers blew the flour into wigs at open
doorways, causing violent wrath aniong
those outside; mad bulls careered p
and down the streets; men quarre6le,
made a ring and fought it out before
the traffic could go on: pickpockets were,
both numerous and dexterous; footpads
abounded in the open squares of Lin-
coln's Inn, Bloomsbury, and Portman;
highwaymen swarmed on all the roads;
men servants were insolent and rascally:
the noise in the leading streets was deaf
ening; in a shower the way'became im
passable from the rain spouts, in the
roofs, which discharged their contents
upon the streets below.-Walter BesAnt
in Harper's. "


~S ~,7EE 1 ~Br' C7~~~'

Is now open for the season. Splendid shooting and fishing close' by.


FORT :-:

Fisherini an's Headqu .ai-ters.
$50 PREMIUMS $50


There are abundance of boats a'nd plenty of guides,
Reir ember that the finest tarpon fishing, and the most delightful i' in the month C --
May. *L. A. HENIDRY, Proprietor.

Terms $3.00 per Day. Special
Rates by Week Or Month,
This hotel has been complr-iely refur-!
nished, and is situated in Daytona, six
miles south of Ormoud, fronting the
beautiful iHalifax river.


If you want the best accommodations
for the money try'


G W, SMITH, Proprietor.

at the

** *


Nearest'Hltel to the Depot. .
Rates 2.50 per Day
M. M. PARCO., Proprietor.


CHARLES C. BETTER,. Proprietor.

columns is not an


Sacred Cats in Egypt. .
Herodotus says that when a qat died af
natural death,in an Egyptian house the
occupants of, the dwelling* went into
mourning and shavedoff their eyebrows.
When a fire occurred they were morel
anxious to save the cats than to extin-
guish the conflagration. Nevertheless.
in some parts of the same country cats
were regarded as unclean animals-for
a vreature--hich was considered sacred]
in one town was often viewed with hor-
ror as impure in a neighboring city.
That was the case with the crocodile in
Egypt, which in some parts was ruth-
lessly hbuted and destroyed, while in
others it was made a pet of, laden with
gold ornaments and waited upon by
priests.-Washington Star.
In a Free Dispensary.
"It's really a strange thing to me,"
said 9ne of the staff at a hospital dis-
pensary, as a jeweled hand reached in
at the little window of the drug store to
take thd bottles of charity medicine's
and thrust them in the folds of an ex-
pensive coat; "it /,really is a strailI
thing to me how a person as well off
worldly goods as that young* lady, a
parently is, can humble herself enougM
to apply in the out ward of a dispensary
for free treatment'and free medicine.
when she is well able to pay for it else-
wliere. It's not uncommon, bless you,
no indeed. Here comes another. Now
listen and you'll learn something."
' Going over to the' drug window he
said to another well dressed young
woman who presented her order and a
bottle: .
"This bottle isn't large enough, miss."
Well, I'll have to go away and get
"We'll sell,' you, one for five cents if
you wisl, said the drug manipulator.
"No. 1 guess I'll come later in the
day," relied she, and turning left.
"Won't even pay five cents for a bot-
tle," mused the doctor, "and that scene
iq getting so common that I'm almost
got ting used to it."--Philadelphia Press.


It is an investment of
assured value that haa
the endorsement of

,.. .- --- I1 \
Don't fall to. call and look atlthem before making any
purchases elsewhere, as you will positively save at least 25
per cent. A very large stock on hand. Don't miss the


D61 West Bay Stret,
61 West Bay Street,



Roogng, Sheet Iron Work, Bath Tubs,
Water Closets, Wasbstands, Pump-.s
and Drain Pipes.







By Telegraph.
Said a Western Union telegraph op-
Serator the other day: "You wouldn't
think that spoouy lovers would resort to
Such public means of correspondence as
-- the telegraph for the transmission of
their sweet little messages of love and
devotion, would you? But they do, just
the same.
S "Often a certain young man of whom
I know, if he does not regularly receive
a letter from the future source of his
.joy and happiness, rushes here with a
crestfallen countenance and files a mes-
sage like this:
'My dear, why did you not answer
1\my last letter? Yours devotedly,
t *'-' 1'--!-- -'
S"Perhaps you don't believe that such
a message as this was ever sent, but 1
w ag. would show some of -them to you if it
^" wasn't against the rules. We f,:llows
S on the wire enjoyed quite an amusing
incident not long ago, in which 'Sophia
revealed 'John's' brilliant scheme of pop
ping the question by wire. We sur
llaised that this brace of lovers had been
p conducting a correspondence for some
.Ine, which the artful 'John' culhninated
llith the following.dispatch that waQ
Svideutly intended oe. draw forth ar
S swer to an entirely different question
,, 'SorPHA-Did you receive my las
tter? Joux.
,,Sophia, in her ecstatic delight, ei
rntly understood the query in a differ
t seqte from that which the ordinary
ter of the epistle would, and pro
ing to the telegraph office, left th
'JoHN-Yes. How about nex-t Christ
"" SOPuIIA.'"


Dodge & Cullins,

- Proprietors.

JackSc nville. F crit

Corner Bay and Julia Streets,

A London "ladies' club"-the Pro-
gressive-has had this inscription pre-
pared for its portals: "Dogs, children
and men may be admitted to the wait-
ing room only."
That Are Not Closed During the
Summer Months.
If anyone imagines that all oftheygood
hotels through the state are closed dur-
ing the summnier a call at either the
Brown house at Gainesville, or,the Ethel
house at Live Oak, would convince him
of his mistake. Their rooms and table
afford a pleasant contrast to some inthe
Valuable GulfCoastPropertyfor Sale.
As my business and advancing years
forbid me giving the time and attention
necessary to develop the Naples--n the-
Gulf property, I will sell at a price far
below its value. There are about 10,000
acres, with eight or ten miles front on the
open gulf, with no islands or keys to in-
terfere, and it is the must southern avail-
able and desirable land on the gulf coast.
It is the healthiest spot in Florida, abso-
lutely free from malaria, with a beach
unequalled for surf bathing. If bought
by a company with means to develop
what is regarded as the mopst valuable
and desirable property in Florida, I will
subscribe liberally to its stock. The im-
provemenis are a comfortable hotel,
several cottages and the best pier in
Florida. I can he addressed after, Mal
1 at Louisville, Ky.


Jas. B. BOURS.

/W A Bours.
Win. A. Bours.


THEO DTCKINS, Proprietor. J.jFrrancisJLe BaronI

Civil Engineer and COetractor,
6 & 7 Bostwick Building Jaicksonville, ra.

Florida agent for OUs Electric Elev#.
Faney and Staple Groceres, S Z^
Fancy an Sape GrWings Electric and Water Motors, GaO
Cor J ay, Oa $ a d P ovi io s, h~c I and Steam E engines, V entilating Fs u
Corn, Hay, Oats, and Provislons, ChIcasV g S
Vapor or Oas Pumps. Dy~namos, Ew
and iFlorida Mears, and S1bingles. Inventor and proprietor of the Al-
tor Railroad Spike.
1 All classes of Enolweering work sUended
corner Commnerdal and Jackson Sts., Brooklyn to. Twenty-ave ear experience.

\W N HAi rlM w N.

V~~l IL %-^A t V %^ I vL V^ A AJ-N^-w %.' %O k
Successor to George C. Wilson & Ob.,


icago Tribune.

.no Anliv in I ha state.


Rates $1.50to $2 per Day. Special Rates by the Week ',-
Opposite Telegraph Office. Near thie Putmnam House. Centrally Located. "
J, H. CARPENTER, Proprietor,


For frll and correct information about
nil ro tes callon or write to Cook's Tours
Union Ticket Office, 77 West Bay street,
Jacksonville, Fla.
Tickets sold to all points on the Penn-
s;ylvania, Baltimore & Ohio, New York
Centnrl, and Erie Railways, Florida Cen-
tral & Peninsular Railway, all steamer
fiues, etc.
Berths Reserved on all Steamships.
Tickets sold to all parts of the world.
Draltsand lettLersof credit issued o nalli
principal cities iu the workll.
Speialiy appointed International
Tourist, Agents fox the World's Colum-



And Alligator Skins.

Quotations and Shipping Tags Mailed on


Special Terms to Families.

N liManager.

Rates $3 to $4 per Day.


of Bettes' Famous

Drink one





The Parceland,





Rates $2 and $$ per Day.

R. S. CLARK, Proprietor.

main Street, Titusvie, FIa. ,
Travelers can, be accommodated vtti
comfortable beds at all hours. Provislor
made fr colored people. Rooms to }tv
by the day, week or month at low rates.

Our. business is Drugs-Soda our 'advertisement.

This is No Humbug!

But it is a genuine Clearing Sale.

From this date until July 1st I will sell all my best.

Has demonstrated that
advertising in these

De Soto House.

Now open under entirely new manage-
meat. First-class board at reasonable
rates. Fifteen minutes walk from the
famous DeLeon Springs. This hotel
occupies one square in the beautifully yil-
lage of De Leon Springs, and is only a
sher-t distance from the postoffice, stores,
schools, hotels, etc. De Lcon Springs is
99 miles from Jacksonville, on the Jack-
sonville, Tampa and Key West railroad,
and seven miles north of DeLaud, in the
great orange ridge of Volusia county. It
is in a'healthy location and is celebrated
for its pleasant surroundings as well as
the great medicinal qualities in which
the water of the springs affords.
H. H. PULSIFER, Proprietor.


at Cost


Roay Ma


In- the science of cc-
O tCess. ,They all agree
that its value as a me-'
dium of communications
with the publicc 1 '


Not merely on account
oft its generalpopularity
S with ail classes of read-

ers, but because of the

Taste. MI an AidgaeAsfs


Importers and Wholesale Grocers,

Ions, Grain, Hay, Flour,


Grits, Meal, Etc.

Trem0ont House,
Formerly Togni Hotel,
Newnan St., between Forsyth and Bay.
Rates $2 Io $3 per Day.
Special Rates by the Week.

displayed in the mn3
ner and method of

Sole Agents for Fairbank Canning Company and Christian

SBros. Mill Company.i


The anno1 cements of
advertisers. You can
have your ad. written
at, our office without

R 'vnnm .

Central :-: Hotel,


Best and most popular Hotel in the Cityk

-~~ p l3wr "Yolrk.

Tobaccos, Cigars afid Snuff,
P. 0. Box 175. Telephone No.
74 West Bay Street, (Nekt to Southern Express Co.)
JacLksonville, Fla.

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NoE 433 2.


John L. Marvin, Jas. P. Taliaterro, W. B. Clarkson, Dr. H. Itoblnsoo, A. B. CampbIell
C. B. Rogers, T. Y. ob, Chas. Marvin. Judge R. B. Archibald,
W. M. David son, John E. Hartridge.
This Bank solicits the accounts of Banks, ,Bankers, Corporations, Manufacturers
Firms and individuals; pledging careful attention to all business entrusted to it.
The Interests of its Customers will be scrupulously guarded, while every facility
consistent with safe Banking will be extended.
Its Officers will be pleased to meet or correspond with those who -may contem-
plate making Changes or opening New Accounts.
Remittances will be Credited on day of Receipt. Statements of accounts will be
rendered monthly, or oftener if desired. Drafts bought and sold on the Principal
Cities of the United States, England, France, Germany, eto.
Good business Notes and Drafts discounted at lowest market rates.
Out of town friends are cordially requested to make this Bank their Headquartera
when in the city, where they can transact business and conduct correspondence.
pitCorrespondence is invited, and your Patronage Solicited..,g^


_ _I_


John's New Braicd.
The. afternoon Organette says:
"Four 'drunk and asleeps' figu ed in
the Municipal court this morning, and
allof them were white men, Thet must
have struck a new brand of whisky."
As this was the day after the inde-
pendent primaries, it must havW been
John Stockton whisky. '

Death of a Clyde Passenger.
Herman Lorence, an intermediAte pas-
senger on the steamship Iroquoison her
last trip up, died of heart disease at 6
a. m. of the day the vessel arrived in
New York. His business cards read that
he was a dealer iu Northern meats, with
an office on Water street, Palatki, but on
being telegraphed to, the mayor of that
place replied that he had no friends
Death of an uilantt.

Armour, Con


, 21,


He is in Florida, Taking an Active
Part Against the Democratic Party.
Senator Call refused to accept the invi-
tation of the State executive committee
in 1880 to join in a canvass of the state in
the interest of the Democratic party, but
ran an independent campaign in his own
Last Tuesday he was down in Volusia
county helping Jim Alexander to secure
the nomination for representative. Jim
is Call's private secretary and draws a
salary of 6 per day. In 1884 Jim was an
independent, aud'in 1890 worked to se-
cure the election of independents to the
legi-lature in counties where the regular
candidates were opposed .to the senator,
and it was only natural that Call should
leave Washington and hasten to aid Jim
in Volusia county.
As soon as he saw Jim safely through,
Call comes to Duval to help Barrs and
Stockton nominate their independent
ticket of county officers and the inde-
pendent-delegation to the state conven-
tion. These independents helped Call in
1890, and he is now helping them.
The very day he was in Jacksonville vot-
ing to nominate independent candidates,
the United States senate cuts down the
appropriation for the improvement of
the St. John s river from $150.000 to $120,-
000. Call claims to be looking after the
interest of the people of Florida, but in-
stead of being in his place in the senate
at Washington at this time, he Is here in
Jacksonville working against the Demo-
cratic party.
How They C0ant.
All the returns were received from the
county precincts yesterday and the re-
sult of the primary election, held by the
independents Tlhursday and give out by
the secretary of the. defunct committee
of the independents, is as follows:
Distoct 1, PiHot Towu 14
District 2, New Berdn 28
District 3, Dinsmore ........ 36
Distridt4. Baldwin ... ........ .. 7
Distri t 4. B ald in........... .................... ........ .
District 5. M asviiie............................................ 15
Distri-t 6, Prices .......................... ....................... 6 .
District 7, Moncrief. ..... 7
District 8, Panama 8.
District 9, chaeville j... 12.
District 10, Mayport..... '.... 84
D district 11, Pab lo... ............ ............................ ...... '15
District 12, Arlirgt m ...... 15
District 13, South Jacksor ville.. ............... ........ ,76
D district 14, M andarin ..... ............. :..................... 1.... 74
District .5 F irst ward ......... ......................... 34
District 16. Se ond W ard...................... .... .. 74
1 istriet 17, Thir W ard ........................... 171
District iS Fourth Wart ............................ 41a
Dis'rict 19, Fifth W ard .................. ............ 11C
District 20, Sixth W ard ......... ................ .... 12
District 2A Seventh W ard............................. '-,i2
Distv ict .2 Ei h h W ard..."...... ..... ................ 68
Dtitrtct*3, Niadh 'Ward ........ .................-.:.. 541
District 24,|L)aVL tl Station ......... :.................. .. ,41,
:. .'-..: ...,,-. _;;<= ; -. -t -(; **. -.- ': ....
T o tala ......... ............................:... ... ... .... ... '
C i!y ................................. ............... .... ........ "
C o nn tty ............................. .... ...... .. ...........
The independents will holI their ',,il-
vention to-day in the, Opera '-,se t
will be called to order at 12 ('-,.hck by
John Murdock Barrs, the ind.i,-i'nl:t
leader of the independents.
W. CMcCorkill, Wyvo nu, Fla.; '. F.
Swerney, Havana, Cuba.: C. L. ('1li1,
Wilmington, N. C,.; R. Monk atnl "wile,
Maryland; M. D. Wattles. Titi-ville, Fla.;
I). 1, Hiinmmond Orlando, Fi.: M.I M.
Smith, Mrs..A. ])rich, 1Mv hitierouge,
Miss Lapp, Miss Zoe Taveres,, DeLai,:
Hfunh Friedlander, Inuterl:i-1,:!, FIl.;
(<.o. F. Mcl\Villiams, ,-avapnalh: .
Nistal Madrid, Spain; Ignacio C'ervantdi,
Havana; Jose Pi de Pasiade, Havana; >.
M. de Mayo, Halifax, M. P1;
L. H. AtwoUoL, Titusville, Fla.:
P. Seabrook, St. Petersburg, Fia.:
J. C. Johnson and wife, Macon, (,-a.;
E.P. Brant, Melbourne. Flai.; E. M..M<-
Laurv, Palatka, Fla.: G .Lylo, San
Mateo, Fla.; J..C.W. Meyer,S. Luouis;
Geo. W. Scott, Atlanta; Mrs. Williford,
Dunedin, Fla.; B. B. Campbell, Chatta-
nooga; Geo. M. Truax, Tarpon Springs,
Fla.; W. A. Whalen, Interlacthen, Fla.:
Geo. M. Cavenson, Phoenixville. Pa,; (;.
W Reynolls and wife, Palin B(-a(.h,
Fla.; J. Lewis, Columbia, S. C.: Mrs.
Wmin. Gonn and wife, Albion,' Fla.; I Wis
D. Dent, Rush City, Fla.; J. Rouitl.dge,
wife and family, Fruitland Park, Fla.;
A. Ousberg, W. D. Mercer and ;W.
Long, Louisville, Ky.; J. P. Wfede,
Quitman, Ga. /
iMiattings. ,
New styles at Clark & Corbett's, i

Written for the Standard.
(Air; "I want to bean Angel.")
I want to be a bolster
And join that bolter's band
To fight against democracy
,And the party of the land
I want to go to Tampa
To sneak in that convention
And with J, M, Barrs and J. N. C.
I'll raise a big-contention.
.I'll head the bolters,' phalanx
And we'll march to vi tory,
Barrs will tote ihe bo'ters' banner;
For cash I'll defend on J. N, C.
I'll show those Tampa delegates
That I am bound to win.
And if I huve to lie like hell
It surely will be no sin.
I left my seat in the senate
To aid my faithful Jeems,
What care I for approprittious
To deepen muddy streams?
What care I for the people
When dang-r threatens wy few?
SWhen the Democrats of Florida
Are down on my T.-U,
Nio,no, I hastenedto +'eir aid
And gave them poins iu fraud.
Volusia felt my mighty hand,
And Duval's bolter- call me God.

Looking for Situations.
One of the Melbourne newspapers say
that awhile ago a woman there adver-
tised for two housemaids. The same
day two stylishly dressed young women
were shown into her drawing room, and
.were treated, as callers until they re-
marked that they had come in answer
to the advertisement. They explained
that their father had recently lost his
property, and consequently they found
it necessary to take situations. When
asked if they could wait at table, they
replied, "Well, yes, we can wait, but
we would rather not, as we .might meet
a lot of friends."
How Patti Keeps Young.
Charm of manner and youthful graces
are Patti's chiefest attraction, but she
frankly owns her forty-nine years and
as frankly disclaims the possession of
any secret of eternal youth. Her ex-
planation is, "I keep my temper and
stick to regular hours." And she em-
phatically counsels: "Never lose your
temper. No woman can keep young
who often loses her temper. When I
feel that my temper is getting the bet-
ter of me I always get up and leave the
Her Patriotism Rewarded.
Miss Einmma Conner. the school teacher
of Clark township, Montgomery county,
Ind.,,who came into prominence some
weeks ago in her efforts'to keep the
national colors flying over, the school
house in her charge, has beon presented
with a handsome gold badge, valued at,
W10, by the Patriotic Sons of America,
of Leadville, Colo. The badge is made
of Colorado gold, and is set with a .dia-
maond.-Phi!;:.lelp[hia Ledger.
.^ j
.Her irst Pair of Shoos.
llrs; F ,.IN.< Kinndbrew still has the
first pair of shoes that she ever wore.
They were ilade6 by sim? of the Indians
that were cari-ri(rT-nway I rom this state
in I.';. andl wer presented to Mrs. Kin-
nebrew in tlwt, year. She was then
about one year )ld. They are made of
buckskin tuniped by the Indians. They
are a curiosity. The sole and uppers are
alike. Mrs. Kinnebrew prizes them very
much.-- Elberton (Ga.) Star.
Women Vhters in Illinois.
School elections were held throughout
Illinois on Saturday, and for the first
time women exercised the right of suf-
frage. They turned out in large num-
bers, and in nearly every instance se-
cured the election of their favorite can-
didates. In several towns a woman's
ticket was in the field against the men's
ticket, and in every case the women
were victorious.-- Chicago Letter.
A Bright Prospect.
There is but one pauper in the town of
Whitneyville, Me., and that one is a fes-
tive widow who looks out for herself
ten months in the year. It is evident
that she will soon be entirely independ-
ent, for her last request of the overseers
read as follows: "Please send me ten
yards of red ribbon and a new dress,
and let the dress be good enough to wear
as a principal at a wedding."
Dressmaking in Public Schools.
The committee on'industrial schools
has recommended that a kitchen be
opened in a south side school and fitted
up for September, 1892, and that the
high school committee, in conjunction

with Miss Ralston and Principal Wood.
take into consideration a system of dress,
cutting and fitting for the high and nor-
mal schools.-Pittsburg Dispatch.
To Cover Defects.
An interesting suggestion is that the
sale of mantles, jackets, cloaks, shawls
and wraps has been large, and as the
long cloaks and mantles now worn
cover up a multitude of defects in the
dresses beneath, the latter have been
made to do extended service.
Where Women Raise Chickens.
The young women of Hammonton, N.
J., are competitors in raising chickens,
and the town has more poultry than any
other in the state. .Under a single roof
a prominent breeder had as many as,
8,000 broilers at once, as well as 2,000
Women's clubs, or "Ladies' clubs," as
they are described, which is probably in-
tended to mean the same thing, are mul-
tiplying rapidly, in London. Already
there are some half .dozen of promi-
nence and many others not yet promi-
MinMme. Janauschek's especial pets are
two guinea pigs, which were presented
to her by the superintendent of the Zoo-
logical gardens in Cincinnati. She has
carried them about with her during the
entire season, and allows them the free
run of her rooms.
In all the enterprises set in motion by
the Chicago fair, so far as women are
concerned, the most prominent are the
i efforts to show women as inventors.

Proprietor of the TIravelers Hotel.

A Brave Confederate Soldier,
Orlando Sentinel: Such was the man
whom South Florida will present to the
Tampa convention for governor. As a
citizen, soldier, legislator, judge and
statesman, H. L. Mitchell stands pre-em-
inently the peer of all competitors for the
office of governor.e
Many an old Confederate, when his eye
catches a glimpse of this article will re-
member how, in the early part of 1861, 9t
the very first sound of the tocsin of
war, young Mitchell, then a lad, enlisted
at Tampa as lieutenant with Capt. Leslie
in company K, which was mustered in
under their colonel, afterwards Gen. Ed.
Hopkins, of Jacksonville. How, under
the reorganization of the regiment in
1862, Lieut. Mitchell was made captain,
and under Colh Hunt in the Fourth Flor-
ida regiment, they marched to Tennes-
see and there became a part of that great
historic armv which was commanded by
Gens. William Preston and Brecken-
ridge of Kentucky. His gallant com-
rades, whom I now ctll 1to mind, were
Capt. Hagan of Lake City, Capt. Lang-
ford of Lee county, Capt. Lane of Wash-I
ington county, Capt. Oliveros of St.
John's county, Capt. John HEl. Stevens of
Duval county, Major Jacob Lash of Mad-
ison, and that noble, peerless, bravest of
'all soldiers, late Lieut. Smith Pope of
Madison, brother of the distinguished
Frank W. Pope of Jacksonville.
Judge Mitchell also served with Lieut*-
Col. Edward Badger of Marion county,
and Capt. "Buck" Parramore of company
C (now of Orlando), until the latter were
sent to the army of Virginia.
Hundreds of old soldiers, in speaking,
of Judge Mitchell, are heard to say,
"Mitchell! I knew Mitchell! Whye
yes; I knew him in the army of th
Tennessee. He was in many a haid
fought battle, and he was always known
as a good, noble, brave soldier, always at
the front."
What higher encomium can be paid a
man, and who is there o -11 his friends
and acquaintances, since the war, but
can point with pride and admiration to
the record he has made. "
Let %is have Judge Mitchell, Demo-
crats of Florida, for our next governor,
the Republican editor of the Times-
Union co the contrary, notwithstanding.
W. R. A.
An 1Unworthy Lochinvar.
Mr. Wood, who resides near Lowes-
ville, is the father of a very handsome
daughter. In the morning this young
lady attended Sunday school at a church
some distance from her home. After
the session the lover of the young lady,
named Campbell, appeared on the scene,
in company with two companions, and
the party started for the nearest railroad
station to take the train for Washing-
ton, where the young couple were to be
married. The prospective bride rode
behind her lover on the same horse.
Thekyoung lady's father heard of the
runaway and, mounting his horse and
arming himself with a Shotgun, gal-
loped in pursuit. He overtook the party
near, Amherst court house and opened
fire. The two companions of the lovers
immediately put spurs to their, horses
and have not been seen since. The other
animal, tired of carrying double, bucked,
and the young lady., losing herseat. fell
to the ground. Her would be husband,!
fearing that he would be riddled with
birdshot, followed his flying chumsn inht
the village of Amherst and sougilit-
shelter behind a rock wall.
He was afterward arrested by the
county authorities and fined $2.50 for'
disturbing the peace. The young lady's
father remounted his horse, took the
young lady up behind him, and placing
his trusty weapon across the pommel of
his saddle returned homeward.-(.;or.
Richmond (Va.) Times.
Canine Sagacity.
Mr. O. D. Everson of this place has a
handsome dog that delights in the name
of Bushwhacker, and from all accounts
this same Bushwhacker possesses a won-
derful amount of sagacity.
Mr. Everson's mother resides in Bryn
antville, about eight miles from this
place, and a few weeks ago she was sur-
prised to see Bushwhacker at the door
whining to come in. Upon opening the
door the dog began to bark and appeared
to have something on his mind.
He was told to lie down, but although
he had traveled so far, the dog evidently
preferred to stand up, and not until a
note was found under his collar did
Bushwhacker manifest any desire to
The place where the lady resides is
quite a distance from the postoffice, so
that the dog acts as letter carrier, mak-
ing the trip of eight miles every day in
the week.
Bushwhacker is a great dog for rab-
bits, but a whole army of the stubtailed
rodents might cross his path when he is
on the road with the mail and his atten-
tion would not be detracted from his

He is a faithful carrier, and if there-
turn letter is not ready when he thinks
it should be he will start without it,
covering the distance from Bryantville
to this town at a better rate of speed
than the majority of horses.-Brockton
The Ancient Manufacture of Copper.
The ancient Syrians and Phoenicians
are well known to have been active
traders in copper, and they manufac-
tured this metal into bronze by melting
it with tin. Learned antiquaries assure
us that the Phoenicians actually came to
England and to Ireland in search of tin
for this purpose, and a few years ago
some curious bronze articles were found
in several of the old mine workings in,
Cornwall, which are believed to have'
been left there by that ancient people at,
a time when no bronze was either made
or used in England.-Chambers' Jour-
A Matter of Wages.
"I observe, James," said the Bostop
employer, "that you say 'eether' anc
'neether.' Are you not aware that sucil.
is not our pronunciation of those words?'
"It doesn't seem to me," replied the
boy from New York despondently,
"that you, ought to expect me to, say
'eyether' and 'nyther' on a salary of six-
teen dollars a month."-Chicago Trib-
Blood travels from the heart through
the arteries ordinarIly at the rate of
about twelve inches per second; its speed
through the capillaries is at the 'ate cIf
three done-hundredths of an inch per)

A. W. WEBBER, Sec. and Treas'
S Late Manager of the :%
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Machine runs lighter, sews faster, makes less noise and gives
less trouble than any other lock stich machine. Be sure to
see one before buying.
All sewing machines repaired and everything in the
sewing machine line furnished.

At 5 o'clock yesterday morning Joseph
Paul COncio, the infant son of J.P. Cancio
died after a short illness. Th funeral
took place at 8:30 o'clock yesterday after-
noon from the residence No. W0 West
Adams street.
The Carpet Palace. ""
Clark & Corbett, the enterprising Carpet
dealers, will offer during the entire week
Remunantsof Mattings and 4irpets very
low. They have an elegant aine of Mos-
.quito Nets.
An Unique Tum-tumiper.
The finest guitar in Portlad belongs
to a lady who thirty years ao took les-
sons of Anguerra, of Boston, who was
one of the best guitarists in the world,
Under his supervision this guitar was
made for her after an old Sp nish model.
There are very it-in this coun-
try. The box part is qyrved. It was,
made of rbsewood that hsd been sea-
soned for 100 years. It is consequently
now 130 years since the .tre was cut.-
Bangor Commercial. ,

The "tribute of shawl annually paid
by the government of cashmere to the
queen of England, and principally used
by her for wedding pretients, has recent-
ly arrived at Windsor.
Theb largest GCerman~sailing, vessel is a
four in'iasted barl.:," n e hil a n (ttul
b[ie t.e:,ur,-.--, '-,SU tous net and has a
carrying capacity of 4,420 tons.




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Locals, News, Personals, Announce
ments, Criticisms' and Comments
on Events of the Past, Present
The steamer Fred'k. DeBary leaves for
Sanford Sunday at 3 o'clock.
Lowest rate to 50,000 points at Maynard's
Florida Novelty Arcade.
Go to Pablo Beach to-morrow and enjoy
the cool refreshing sea breezes.
DIo vqou know Maynard sells the tickets at
95 W. Bay street.
The Democratic* convention meets in
Tampa one week from next Wednesday.
The Sisters fair in the Byrne's block has
been a big success every night this week,
If all will pull together the Confederate
veterans re-union will be a grand success.
It's on the corner, Maynard's Arcade and
low rate ticket agency.
The schooner Oliver H. Booth, Captain
Van Gilder, sailed for Baltimore yester-
The Cleveland men in New York will
hold their state convention in Syracuse
The independents will hold their little
side show convention in the Park Opera
house to-day.
Garden seeds of various kinds, the fresh
est and best, for sale by A. F. Boyce, 30
Hogan street.
Take a chance on the steamship ticket to
New York for raffle at the Sisters of St.
Joseph fair.
TheStill Alarm will be presented at
the Opera house May 30 by the very best
local talent.
It is said that Senator Call will be elected
to-day by the independents as a delegateto
the state convention.
Furniture and househole goods stored
and handled with great care by the
Moving Van and Storage company, 26
Laura street, prices reasonable.
The sweet girl graduates are all having
their dresses made for the commencement
exercises June 9th.
A hearse was kept standing in front ol
one of the polling places at the indepen-
dent primaries Thursday.
The schooner Meyer L. Muller, Capt.
Patterson, cleared for New York yesterday
withacargo of lumber.
John Stockton made his little speech and
the colored band cheered. They were
-paid by Johnny and had to cheer.
D. U. Fletcher is now in the race against
Tom Boyd, and J. E. Pickett against W.
S. PickeIt for legislative honors.
Work upon the McTyeire Memorial
cauych will be resumed next Monday and
continued until the church is completed.
Tim Murphy is a candidate for the
county treasurership, but he will stand no
show against Gus Muller the regular
The Ladv of Munster will be presented
by Mrs. Dr. Matthews and several ametuer
artists next Wednesday night at the Park
Opera house.
The steamship Iriquois of the Clyde
Line, arrived in port yesterday morning
from New York. She leaves at 1 p. m.,
The summer holidays will soon begin
and the school children are looking for-
ward to them with pleasurable anticipa-
If some men can't be bosses of any
enterprise, they always show their small-,
ness by pulling out and doing all they can
against it.
Willie .Baker is running against Porcher
L'Engle for the county judgeship. Willie
is a good boy but he should stick to the
Democratic party.
Advertises who wish to secure space in
our large edition to be issued to-morrow
should send in their advertisements early
to-day to insure insertion
A meeting of the Guiding Star division,
No. 98 Sns of Temperance was held last
night at the residence of Dr. T. L. Irwin
in East Jacksonville.
The Bonbon festival given by the Silver
Links Thursday evening was largely at-
tended and was a big success s everything
is which the Silver Links undertake.
The steamer City of Jacksonville ob-
tained her clearance papers yesterday and
will leave for New York to-day or early
to-morrow morning. Capt. Lund will be
in command.

The independents are so used to commit,
ing fraud that they could not even keep
from buying votes last Thursday, although
there was no opposition to them.
Barrs' tirade against Democrats in
Metropolitan hall Thursday night will be
remembered againsthimn by all true Demo,
crats. Hlie has declared himself outside
of the party.
There seems to be a difference of
opinion between the originators of the
Confederate reunion to be held here next
month. Harmonize gentlemen and get to
work as the 8th of June is close at hand.
The Metropolis suggests the name of
Capt. F. C. Sollee for county tax assessor,
as Charley Verelst is running with the
, independents. The Met truly says that
S "Capt. Solleeis one of the most competent
and genial gentleman in Florida."
The Duval county Democratic execu-
tive committee will meet in Democratic
headquarters in the L'Engle block, 721
W. Bay street, at 11 o'clock this morning.
Business of importance is to be transacted,
and every Democrat should be present.
Somre of the state papers persist in men-
tioning Governor Fl1ming a possible can-
didate for re-nomioation. They appear to
be ignorantof the constitutional provision
which makes the governor ineligible to the
office for two terms in succession.
House-Keepers Attention.
You are respectfully invited to attend
the closing out sale of W. W. Cleaveland,
pricesthat will never be udipl:',iede. Sale
will not 1-st but a few weeks longer, as his
new boiling is, almost completed. CalU
S andseef.r voutrself at 25 and 28 Laura
street. '


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