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Title: Florida review
Uniform Title: Florida review (Mandarin, Jacksonville, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 31 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Armstrong, H. J
Publisher: H.J. Armstrong
Place of Publication: Mandarin Fla
Publication Date: June 30, 1880
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Subject: American newspapers -- Florida -- Jacksonville   ( lcsh )
Mandarin (Jacksonville, Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: periodical   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began 1874.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v.7, no. 5 (Oct. 30, 1880).
General Note: Description based on v.6, no. 11 (Feb. 1880).
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Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of North Florida
Holding Location: University of North Florida
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t rioIDA R EVIEWI
Entered as Second class matter, at the Mandarin, Post Office.
OIL 7, J n 30 180. H3.ARMSTRONG, Publisher.
I61 b "~Iandarin, Fla., June 30, 18804 ^ h"
XVGLL~ 0., 25. A AtIt

PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES.
S STATE NEWS. REVIEW NEWS,
S-W. D.1 Bloxlham is running for Governor "-Gen(al Longrstreet has been eonfiiwd
tG nCEEN3AcK NosIAvimoNs oi thse Democrat ticket. NMinster to Turkey. [N .evi -.J. B. BAE f Iwa. -JaokTonvle water'works is a complete su. -A hail storm in Sioux (it1, Ia., lid la;m-
or Vic P si de ron h re s in age to the am ount of $ 10,o000. [K as. Courant
kB r' i1^ -The Iron hoio is suortino nt) in Ojranrc -- iroat Titusville, Pa., destroyed a mill-
B. iJ (m1ss, Texas. county. L ion an(l a aWif dollars worth of property.
lE1n iICAN NOMINATIONF. A ornQier o o n Eiscopalchurch ee Elgin atrh or ha view
JAM P> A. (AIIFIELD, sh-been laid at Orange Paxk 2 on its payomin.
o f' ^O ioa." r-Mill hands at Jacksonville struck for high- i e r nes have been sentenced
For Vice President. er wages last wee Five Ge rgia n os have en sentenearson.
ETl. A. A_ THR. -An old pilot Captain Charles Brown, died t a oony of neoroes fom the
of,,NEW _YORK. ________te chlarge colony of necroes fiom t]
at Mv.pori Ju1s 12th. South have settle near Oxk.doosn Iowa
W.Z TI(ANCOCK -T^e proposed ship canal across the State -A general strike of Illinois coal-minersfor
of Pennsylvania. ot loitdu, las been surveyed ,nd its cost -eight hers is exp ect< to occurafter the4th
.W. H 0 e GLTII tinated ;t $50,000,000. of July.
For Vi. Prsidut -Mr.J.A. Hnau will soon start a large ci- -Tie public delit was reduced $i1592.s::-
of o diana. ngar factory at Key West. [Sun and( Press. 8" during the iontli of May.
oftlilditaliS.
__- -M, A. AVliams has, within ten days, moid -The coinagre of the United states Mints du-
On each i ri(sideitial. ticket this year is a three thqosand acres of state lands. !'n^ the month of May :aggregated $6.7-s,-
General. Sf-ele vouIr inan and golbr him in Q ,- .nifr'^T-~ ^ t aT.n7
+Gen. your n n -Several Boarding houses in Jacksonville 91). [. S Record & G ti--e_ fallhave lose' for the summer. Mr. N. M. Fol- here 're 4 '97 postasters and mistress -
The Edihtor' ftlhr ser livedd in the Mexican o, m as r10?(>< but will likely open early in es en .l Uunit d States. They with clerks,
,and Indian war with Gen. Hancock. and al- the l. carriers, and otflier subordinates, make a to-
o the editor served under him in the late war. -There is a umor that two new steamer tal tof 100 Oo 'nd upwards the postal depart-
--------- -------------------------------- will be put oni this Fall on.the line between n.wnt .
YUN. Jacksonville and Enterprise. Ulin -s t a the 15th of June, snow fell at
"i s, `-DKWIli Golns le ove 9,0-qat (.f c^"1 -slt-a.;ti ho Junle, snow fell a
Miss. Green did wed oung Mr- Brown- Pullip Collins picked over 200 quarts of Minneapolis, 31Min.
SA really gallant teller- strawberries off 1-16 part of an acre of
-Atd rL-o wefr( intiei gsrotindhiis ea and sj11l t-wb ea -wo American vessels have recently been
PC I ittrFud __ ani pollA 1- -T
Is now a little seller. [Tampa Tribune. ir l upon .y ^panii cnisers near Unla.l
To cure corns and bunions, go bare-foot. r. C. D. Oak, ofthis cit hasen orange Beparation will be demaded.
To cure Cata bu one nd lern to n tree in his yard proflsely covered with r-Five steanMers landed 2 55 tinrtini at
T o cure Canh bux on ud learn to-play blooms. .It has also a fine crop of young Castle Jarden April 30, mkink a urand to-
-oid orang-:s. [Jacksonville L.ion tal for theinontli of 46,148, as compared
aDid yo esea ell swe-p Mr. G W -Crawford has h brought with42,774 in April, 1173, the best record
What kind of hair did Kaiser's dog have? a sweet potato of the Providence variety of hrtofore. [Farmers Review.
1)ogs hair. this season's growth, which shows what can -The total amount .Iropriated by the Pen-
The u(ick(cst way to raise beets is to take be done. It-weighs 8 pounds. Orlando Repotr. aion.,Army, Fortifiention, Navy, Indian, the
S -them by their tops and pull them up. -Some very fine.pine-appbs and othertr ipi oisular iiplomati<, District of Columbia,
he lest way to raise -1rIwberries is witli cal fruits frons Indian river were b-ouight in Jei-lative, Military Ac.mdiy, Post Office,
Iia spoon. yet-rd y steamer rli. Uo Ap)pr: priation and the Pension D)efieency
spo:oll; .a o t- T"s^ 12'- y .
aid a glass of' water us ten cents, day 21st a. limb ecutamisung three opCII boils T h b Wht hoe Iits ho T yette th(I etfeo
What is a man without a woman? One of:sng cotton. the first wp have seen. la gutted by the Britishi after UtK battle of
thousand dollars <,.r offa't the d of the Lake City Reporter stemer,1814
T'eaike 'it Beporte m n the pefsi of ti51-00- Since tltot ddie offic l0a
h es a hen av -an egs' mii if sioena i f a d t 4nh. itb fe 1(1r-
--ahed drop it, she'd hieak it. .Their names will! ,ita]e 'Jse ent-hniasm of intbgied.
the people throughout Ihe State, and give -Mr. J.. I. -P riel, of West Poi at, Ga is 1
DEATH DOINGSf an eapy victory in Novemuber. brother of Parnell, the hrsih agitattor, and. is
-n mrsofPen Q- I nTT T 1 s'elorted thee owner sf ttlio l'mr~crs peach or
-Tue Emprese ofRusi, Marie Ahixarr )IIK gDu esre les growing en les ~arhar inheuid Shte li bene si-

a d year. now h'es a ftie crop on." Fement hln Express h cr. t York, t ,

lis ax fullio ce-op on- Fermili itn Ixp r~A special from Fort Keoel, dated yester-
&-ton -D t uI 'limis B;'v n, -W ilm- ini -Ljnt L exjt orts slipped 3 p r s s. Caroede- day, says that five hundred of Sitting Bulls
tu Dl..- "-Jne lf1 t iet to 5ew u o s (5n the 17th int, m iz: band from the ether saide of the international
I v tu It-iietiat o rt i kc-t a.k d Li i 170 < as1 cigars. 310 1lies sponge, 45 cas- Ioundary came in and surrendered to Lieu-
tenant Willi;m ir ^-h lin, f t'thee S. M es pine-appifs. 250 hides, .4 junk bale^-7 tenant Wihistler, reprsentinr Geneiul Miles.
*.ormp. e;itms to 'is i.usatlt o the -ie inst. ie green turtic to their wait the sunar saved The Indians were in a sta vin condition and
v a- a son oiit. Ilium Wtn. A.1Howard Go' reer of DT-oe- '~In Flo ii th1crc i less e?;pccses for houses ahout to 'ii-( nL
la tied on mthe lOili-of Ap ril. JIc was fotnm ciothmis 'end sins' Stock live aill the year in The largest con'-iuinemt of strm'wlh 1
iriy a m.tt-s r of congn^ f,^ ^ricitn titt' wood0 and the soil produces t not so ever received in this cit Vwas received mc ts
Died at Ma;r-ills- Fe' 'lie munbaIan ly yet constantly the Vt5ar th-ro'tgh. South ^V;."- stre(st commission man a t'I c
|^tfx-C e vtr(ll ci xiT ^ days 'aeo The tumei used h're in well (i^tit effort atys aro-fi-m -nCoen. Ill. It coriiistod ir
r -i d i I t 1. Co inolly, of Y in the v int r, that is lo-t to the farm er in *hr thirtl- t 1*L- tid or I: ,888 quart boxes r-
? tn ', 't Jute' ('ol Odel' iNortt- wili in ten years produce a result qual to 4,-' ' i-'ic -Is. Tile mere cost f
^rea stt i^ ss s- ote t *' A-c..j mome s.-.isfr..tory than twenty 's.ars there, picking them wt' ';,473. The l: hv' prle
n ti Ni t' I f o I' e "l0 o f th u-. a n d w it. h e la b o r a n d in c o n n i t ce n c e v io u s s l i sn mnt i e v e r p t Ie a b o u t a y e a r a g o
at -'ti 'c'inr x, in Pal'k Un Id bcur eu' a^ --<:,].,-. ; 1 1rmems .evu~cv-c











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J1AI:-1;8o 'Ovirla U eview_
SUINE-1,%iso. 10 1

LOCALS* '--We record the death of one of the oldest \ *
Low tides. citizens of this place, and the father ot a ---JOO XfdilUS.
-9^ derp, hiohot 12. ;large aimnily, a brother of U. Bowden, sheriff
Sh t 102 Thomas Bowdlen, justiCe. )Ir. J. M. J.
-Mr. Georie McKay expects soon to leave Bowddii died in the 4th of this month at. his To prevent \\ouudIs froIm i or Miii'il-
here on a visit to Canada. residence, .after a lingering. illness. He has Sprink-le sugarsbon them. The Turkis wa-k\-;
---Editors of papers should send a copv- to the served( faithfully as justice of the peace,, at fresh wovids with wine and sprinkle sugar
Union Card Co., Box 77, 'Worcester, Mass. this place. He is certainly mis ed in the on them. Obstinate ulcers may be cured
-owhole community bv a host of friends. The with sugar dissolved in a strong demcotion of
en ee. , Po1nngme otC bof de at. this plale dltus back to walnut leaves.
the elerPaed 11(1 walk, a -. astlracting the ri-'the carliest aettk-ment of thle county., anld
--Over : boe ftomtoeshvebe-iSlate in from England. "'lo prevent trol from rin-fnm '-rn-e
-Over boxe of tomatoes have been applied wtlh a cloth to stoves will Keep them
shipped from Iead's Wharf and about douh- from ruling during the summer. It is, also,
e that quantity from Webbs. ( -0'. Foote, of Guilford, Conn. and one.i an excellent mateal to apply to all iron u-
-T1e hat u i t frnt Wb .I the earliest, subscribers of this paper,., died in teisils musc i about a t lnarm.
-The schi St. John. of East Mandarin, the earilv part of this month. ie was ahbalf
brought up (-u,. fit of limber for Mr, Win brother of Mrs. J. B. Stowe, and owner of a Washing Tree Stems.-I have on-n read a-
.Hartlley on Julington creek. last week a.ov-e at tllis place, where ie has spent sever- bout tarnmn trecs, or whitewauing them
r--A Pension has be.n rnted. to Mrs. Sr-t al winters during ill health. May lihe rest in wrth The. ltbc i soethin better- Di
Hl 4nrdirI, ( f this Pltce. Her huslan 1 pearce for his work on earth is ended. olive aloes in a r water and patin the treet
servedl during thel Inin war and1 died from ____ ____ with it-; 'II the isects andvermin will ftnd
wnnlM ns Ot pO I them so bitilti that they will go away. The
eounids ric or xpasie. LOST OR STOLEN IN THEI.MAIL. great French chOemist Baspah Asays: 'When I
-Mr. A mistrong h;s ot yet f ully ovr Soe time agoJ. P. Doolitle of Wlin cameotf prison I wnt to live in BWltciii
.from tIi wound illhe bya venoousrle sn le 1 Co 8., sayIs le sent us a p sent ine- ai nd there.I ri-nte-: a house near Bru-z--ls4 In
.s iil asndthd Htd vr o rer p .a i t eacL d us. N H Me Lendon. of Fort "the garden I had titr a, numEber of treCs,

in thi1. itan -- e r he sent several letters, also a jpacr ail:- trunks half eaten by insects. li the sprinipr
"DiA- L1 oulii D i' ts i-d on(le's wv hy we did not ackknmowledge I went to work an1( cut oft all the dry branch
_-Dr. l i. Diiim ei;s d l e receipt of s.eh. We are sorrY to have loss- its. and ribbed the bark smooth ansd clean,
iid it isemiii U ;u thi- ;"s toe in hi li-- ine. nb ul or they should have been noticed. i Id ali tihen paint d them with the dissolvul a-
116i i.s eXlp.et- iot u''1 no onli tadi it ir.Mr A. ( .-Hen? wrote, us at card lt ont j. lo- tAfterfhnt the tlr-es frew he healthy and
i- lbut a re-idince in .-sight of rt orffice% stating he ent ch with an aud, afd ehasVc lotre pint (if riuit."
--But iw imlpwseitei ini?.et l:and rinr some ne 0 1 t" oithlie omplanntsr. We1 even lose Puriyfin Water. -It is inot generally known
ful iic' n tn I malti street opposite M Ip. pInapers and othi items. We ask our friends i pounded al. t possesses the p opertyiof
""II. on Wa i ts tM on betwet en the u-d. eryone to register a-ny thing of value pn-ifvin ater i(the water stirred at the time).
post,-o'ti ;iil, -n oint- e )iive yet to 11 ttiiti ilmoe sit ul after th lapse. of a few houIrs, by pre-
Sfuo nir li. Itu it fpor u .letanot.- i miutatit'g to the boti toui th ime imp ureparticles.
\ fxew i ue\- iiiliiI a ouli--being pushed for- o-1O) l Iiortcr, p-tulshlci by PJ.i.A. flint, it wll le found to possess all
td o 't F i has nea I i .ackonvile, is at hand. It is a valu- t ft relmes and clearness of the finest spring
pltf d his lio nea M. L- shet Iftin merchants d i t os \ pailful coiitiinin- four gallons
is bu ald pcat little cottage, and b -1.owe i P sled a-'Ahim-p-u-esi l Ctu 'in a ollulds o e it i ei_ b se Iuiue a smgi teaspoon| iilg (--.
P~flhsiisuiu?"?!*i5Cii e netv oipiitt~d si V t l m ll:I' o onp-Put your stew-pan, with a
-- aiwa\ fewd^ ilmv aio a trao a -vine ful- --June tr;lemr 0of the i Anrin-n Tourist- little wate in it, on the stove, and then put
SVe (-er teu ed e in length, if stretchedout Gazette i st correct guide of travel both ni o having fist taken the skis
i olina l measure. mn. .i Itwas at Mr.1 i tu cutiry and E o. It -ices man- o x st. al and 'while cooking chop
JThi FoiIs iltwe'e I v il"l1-t1 ii-tti of tht i(-* hotels mu.i-i. cuin them itine. Vien (lone, pour in hot water c-
Fljtr. ustt Ali: uuu)uIi i mlu-yett s bto 'in e( P to e iali iri im hxi tMo git to make southim p sal t to your taste,
-E hiti o li ent lh-ih signithe i( o'anw. Y Ite, aiV epper enough to male pretty hot. Pour
inlio< only .sis 11onct theol uh for tm stii nps ti publs ers t in xror Rsoup ilat.s, and put a lump' of
JiMr. l sena nnil P :-, !tit f t should^ 0: r t-it iotA bly utr '[ihe siie o-ix In-l-nuh-llntt in echb Eat

t u-n,'rr t b- ani ('ii siii tlittl ii c-I be ptbic iun tnt--foFiul t.i oi 1--
it I lurse, tim hit ill i Vt ft- 0 111: u inIchd "ntoiu r xi u u(1 ns uli ttu a-'r l t-d Pit i Quit put1 t 1)011-
tI iilmtiits i intent ri lul -^--s i- e -'tad iu- onee til of
'-s' pci-ni'' liii-1c ou o'Ls-Anai t tfis. ttsr si tti l hilca mi to ounceS o fS
ail 'im-citI 1 ,p-. l nm o usn r the riuid of half a lemon chopped finc,
-By a~v tt'repiort- .d i.i is al as..s or ti 3JiC.. a taacupful of imilk i, but tfr-
relaglets bet isv.iwe made, a ro-'. u-tt-e -- "- 'Its! .sd--sh.no' tul take it. A aim a ii p. tt inma the mixture, amid bC ikN in
tod b ue relia. blan we mnadt e lf t ^ idc i k kes- a- u mu- t^ I i oi u on i half iu lvo' Iitwo
Sof exposing then -itrus i -tml'..iii oar last nuumi- iiit e I a i iie do ox I tom ld mt hour. twomt egli j s
lici whicu-we wi-H reniiitt They ". Ii 1 mu tmes "o-atax o d ret-oniu net, 'os h va ulslst.
inxey onc sitihi 1ii to ui 'iiu 'it e'ts.will set it yeaur, amd .' by i\lm it Sng mmintld iti 's-tuitri- bitt-es
Mis \ Xm.t. m eim'r lies apiece of luaw ,(>^^ti; ('hi i ts' ott "e' tliiic 'utiisn -r-m- a tiolsi s gc'-nertliy (i's-I theiti xiiluhi-iti-t- to ;i
d gu is i u Whi:,oi't- ina sut atnid in in ii d inu niPlt. i"it Q i-in- te Itpoisoutno s ,k ul d i et si;lu ttus will s-tire to
acctl juilutim ut ti u-tile it Ii ov e9 'il edia Sve ;t \iil cr
i -i u od his etuima liii i t-u ci over 5 'eats it i aitPt I e stui in a--iiwD inutss, nid a roult-
It-ol- cnd m' i, goodi f xt t uit
a eunt vu's ii <> tiw 'mad to't ihen it. ii- t' e ti ~ ini I u i i i- u bit e. [M ir i d i Fa m er, N. h.
Sn'xn -il *o icmainy insert fths-e saim a't ina K Oiprt'l Bui Poisoui.- Mix (le pint of
itiiet"s Birown of L -s cVis (( s tend- i Is iv -Ri, s i.'nl.- votu \\ill find proof ppiit; twm -in tlclss of cttmphor: fonur
hu]t- -this. rujmiouu sis;-- T excie~t tot go tgo i0se h19 'ns. s-tuid miii' ai cojy. I have sent ounces of oil of t\imii onCe ounce of' cot-'
i ri' u-u iii t wiuti. -c'ivct"-il -li-;tv x Itt \Qt 01 mly asd s tis. ionth that I till net u-i - tli'hi [Out' Hlomte. N. 'Y.
'. to is of u.uumau.g ILty Ivill' 'xiii fin d Duux-mida j uibhi hu s5tts-crlit( for your paper tlius month, j x Gs oix' of Cosprit gela.
ioo couttitt butt we hie u p1idi nui mi thu a r t y ,ii I ftel tlut I must tike youns. for I liivei e an od lB a niahlllt a of loaf s. u thre
iiiV. if.-e inst i-e~srcc i from MrIi, (r downa in 'i-i.' suunt'tixy and I Jlik to hsaire iile s inu d Umut
Siiandy. if li-ut it Am's IN. J.. ausothci news from-a there'. I xvill -end oun more 1(d-., qa of tutud -u xi teI^ oti this'- adtine' int
inlv-rtusttt wiich xotu xi] timd s5Iie to put mit July mtuue Ytns IepeptfulIy it item 'oild wlbs stui-an aind le nueiut
-hmumi- ustul j ev u h'1 ii 3..(.- hisa uo J ,1i. tM. soul ii or fori 'axosu cilhoosc.
-.I~tm-u( w ih us i ii citui.t 'I--f sou" ;.we mvu' to l
j o-T iomiuntl ais '-uon~ to OB to ni o--d 'on should t ----Tie fmellowhhinimg (t-whers unavs ileei appointi- it li mn(' af t caoc~t ot-lmutt anld having i"csauiv
liiint l.is 'd.i n '. ti-o pounds ot finoxly lifted xmlhiter slh''it. tm(e
l e t" i. it' ut-.lt .ill N Y i hi- fpll I l r ^ '-P Boittom, iilt' J. F. 'N etch 't I taten ,'s situ f of etw -o 'ilgp. anid ul ot
umu I r mumi \u 1lr' ruutin' te ash hi lt' I lIut, l(i-o) J* 1 a3n- ilto liltlo littl ek. c Int a uhortt while thhu -andy

l ^at, *u t^lt- i'i-ttle whit e schooulin Munsnh iiis -eodn --if -t:oiu





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