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 Material Information
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: February 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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Bibliographic ID: NF00000109
Volume ID: VID00002
Source Institution: University of North Florida
Holding Location: University of North Florida
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Entered as Second class matter, at the Mandarin, Post Office,

No, Mandarin, Fla., Feb. 1880 t a:..


"STATE FAIR ROTES. STATE NEWS. N1c NACS.
S-e Sunday's train was crow led with plsse.i-
Thre never was a better display of tropi- gers for different parts of the SI t,. [Mirror. Vi' ever heard a bullseyo. (Lam .
tate Fair, now being heldat Jacksonville. -Federal Poir.t shipped last week fifteen w(h)i. (S -Pct: tr. Ont., Ca.
The races will come off at 2.30, p,.m., each hundred quarts of strawberries to the north- A mant fll of quinine feels like a bnuzzar
ny. arn markets. [Sun & Press. Feb. 13th. Is the fellow who tends, sn o-ir -'aloo ..
The graid Military Review of Infantry -On the 28th ult, there were in the port of oyster s.:,pe?
and Artil try Cempany will occur Wednesday Pensacola, 14 ships, 48 barks, 8 brigs, 23 A Postal 'ard i-. a r-inine ihine. It ea,
forenoon, February 25th. The co test by schooners and 13 sugs. Total 106. keep a secret.
Riflc Team will occur Thursday forenoon, -Palatka claims to have more visitors this No part of a mrni. \11i staw d st n many bla-
the 26th. wiuler than ever b--ore. as his nose. [Walhiiinton Gazette0
Department of Ladies Handywork 'will -_We were shown, on last Saturday, a straw- Does a stai(ing johe ever rqifre -, ;I-
draw immense attractions for it is unsurpassed berry, grown on Mrs. Thoumps-on's place, that
lMany 1New (liractions and progress since measured nve and a quarter inches in circum The fari'er always finds Vower wor If l.
llh Fair of t18b, which'was held in )uval fcrence. [Lake City Relrter-. in summer than in wiutei.
tently, may be een today. -A wealhv northern gentleman last week, The turk.vs are-i.n lit n. after ,h..
C-leiiiin Li t'hls at night giving great bril- purch lsed forty thousand acres of timbered many receive sage treatment and siilu,;i
liancc iltl le the tine t thing of the exhibi- land near Dutton, Nassau county, and con- svory.
tion, templates erecting a saw mill immediately. The man whoi wii lost in li uml r i;un.e
TIhe \(,lcl-rejiowiied Souvenir Paul Boy- -The oranges of the famous Speer grove Ti s was on a nilt'iire
ti.ii, "v cs his t xliiiition during the week. have ,)een sold to Mr. Smith, ofScranton, Pa., Love thy neigjlhoirs a tlis'll, fr tlio are
The Art Gallery is the finest work and dis- who is here and will commence shipping -handy to borrow siur iik'm of. t
play i-at us ever exhibited at a State Fair. them at "once. It is estimated there are In
playhat was ever exhibited at a State Fa. 400,000 or e in the grovel The best lip salve is a kiss. This ren caIl
-A lnJso;e chlld's carriage, worth 2.,2 tis year [Fla. Dispatch. shouki be used wit[s the greatest (.iutiK,
will- be awarded on lthe 27th, or the finest ba lmetto aer marmfacturing i perfect is very apt to brin on an aff-et;in of the
it under e ar old. By W. D. Barnettsu ss, and we learn from a friend f Mr. heart.
Herroen, lth patentee, that it is the present in- The woman who is 0 e1ee --.-r. J. W. Whitnev and Mr. Albert Fries, tention of the coi 'ahe ny to esaitlish about one's face and is v..ry bitter )elindd ,rone's lrik
-_h.b-;l '--hp.4,ke_.t.ock4 Poultry. -twenty mills in Fl-'ida, at plaee- where the may be said to s ear fal: s swieltn-esusie: ainst
A pure-bred Alderney bull and cowis exhibi materiAl will-be near at hand and transporta- lhr ni i;i or.
ed by II. A. Young Esq., of Jacksonville. tion easy. [ Mirror. Iow does rminrshlip look? She- looks atia
The next numbnir will contain other State -There is no doubt but t that the Halifax and h ol.. t is h it loos Wth t i
Fair notes in regard to the Fair and what was Indian Rivers, and the entire southern coast I-e? She i: and le Ih i
on exhibition to secure a number, send a 3ct is well adapted to growing of sugar cane, for UC sigls of it
stamp to Mrs. A. A. Armstrong, Mndarin, half century ago extensive plantations were If ever I die whil I live, w'li I h114
Fi., su-cesftlly carried on-there, and we may aill never shall, I will notbe lhturi-d in this '.hai
l look for a revival of that and other indu-,tries yard, to b- drowned :-i the days of my li .
'-l]tnds of music will to is tat. Aiic_- .r st"atesan_ __ B *don
T -I ha merely gone arownd thle corner to gi,
--Naitiv. St.iiuoi Indians from the Ever- lJACKSONVILLeE NOTyS. glas.; containing- little -water, .nd-t-f.r
glades, will be on the grounds. Chip-Co the A -K---- -r-Ve- He'll ,om- e o -o;:'k.
'ce'l.l'ratIe d Chief is to be ,tr II. -Fla. I"spatcih is to be pblished hereafter f.r VTIEW I^ 'l"4
.. ... .. .. . . .. ... ............ . in Jinck -.o v tille. __. _...

-Hotels at Ja'ksonvilie ar<-prepty wel hlled 'The U1i imh navy has iifit vy- iron al'lad-
..._......-.-.-- -Over 1000 valentines pa:--il through tihe of ditt rn; rid-.
--(range in cin. bloom. Jar k.onvi!l post-office on t .. 14th Th- Wetern 'File company, -H..r-fal-KI
t. ar aled u' ,-An alligator 1. feet 4 inches, was killed a Pa., 'luipped eight ton-s -f fil,.s to one fia
_Sm( 40,000 10mao lanit.- are already few days ago, by thile engineer of the Alice M. on the. 4th ult.
-to windstr e t -Several new Ste:,m-rs have visited the wa- Dr. N. ritlh, of Fli'hi. Mict., has bena
-Heavy wind stormed on the night of the 2d terms of theSt. John's this winter. a)ppuintiled pysiiun att it- Yaukton, D.k-r-
inst, from S. W. ttcompanyed by a little ram ta. lnPb5i .nic'v.
-.Mi. I.eiry A. L'Engle tax colh.ctor, will wi- 8) head of fowls, Iea,1l06 0 Seidoc s of the a.tos ilant fiflty feet higb
visit MI;itnum- on the 25th Feb. head of sheep and 80 hogs, from Lebanon, that grow up like a cigar a-d bear dtIm-so
-Lowest imp perature up to 5th inst, 44 dgs. TIennessee. uni'. hux e uee lu.t..l i .n izno T'-me
above, highest 80. From o5th to the pres- -Somc people argu' thl ihe orange sei.' '- ter, as ribbil 61 ti,,,u,0 1.lwve FortW I
ent tnme it has ranged from 60 to 75' has about ended, andbbur few are 1. ing slip- I..a,r..iv,,uti. and elno.
-Ap!ie-e of landhasbeensold byMr. J. A ped nrw. Here is what were slipped over
('o.t- to a new comer, the ('Ceniral Railroad last week. 19 car loads I TEATH OINGS.
Nea' brdg Creek, c ei a ai,,. 4.750 boxes, 593,000 oranges, valued at O t0,- 1O1 .DON
-Near Bridge Creek, entering MacM arm, 000 last week. [FI I. Union of 15th. iFeb J3th Ex U, S. -ior Samuel ( A.r-
we S-A large arity of ladies and genitlmen.' ro'1nm eld.
--Prof T. I. Comstok, lentomologist of Illinois passed ovr- the T tansit road on the Major Jamues Tiii-,n, iN>X- p,.,t. K.,
Walshiceto. D. C., visited Mandnrin groves 7th, en route for South Florida, where thev edi-d on the 13th. He was a r.i-cd Armnv
"" m the "til ult. propose to puis. the remind -r of h s ason i officer of thie eg.t lari' riny.
S,--Many visitors on excursions have visited in hunting and fishing. [Unioc. Dr. S. D. Everett, pastor of '.,1;..r Ky.s
Mandarin groves lately, as also our neighbor -The net ric':', of the C lthoiu Fair held B,.is.t O(uin'i. di.d o.m ict--t.
a- .rOSs the river, Orange Park. jin Jacksnilu 1:] ano,.-ed to :,00,.5 cents. M J dd ns a w
---A pautlir skin measuring 7 feet 4 inches -Ja"'ksonvil is to have a Jewish Synagogne days age,
-.ong. w- it,' "l', t i by JTessy Quigley, of St. nTe ,to construct b:uiI...: to .t a-' ro udor'' II ,, l-a'k- $, 1 d.i,
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The w r a'g Vegeable Garden, I Pf aesll e sti l topics a tion-d gen
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The Fl:w,)r anti Vegelable Garden, 175 Paees, 6 Ternts of Subsiass foptionu-
Colored Plapes, and nIceU onrn ecd I' ptlra\'inu,. G" .
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Humor, Fun, Sw.indlers are exposed fully & o tn two. tion e ',rIvenr as at Comision. fren
Thet StaIr S!) n .,l ........: stamp fr instrticdone. Bounty Land warrants oft
freely. Read by 80,000 people and costs only prtnccples. etire as by magic ..l dicis but15 old wariwansted. AlfrlassesofLandScrip bought
50cts a year, Splendid Poleesni t,ums ii siteejfic ihi Itlltt-r1-c. erve-is & bomnal and sold. Land and other property botoyht
SMs !fi~ sold anrd exchanged in aldl parts of the lIrdted
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The A lB of Finance. An finat werable -The Daily Sun. & Pre- -with ours ,9.
reply to the N. Y. Tribune's A B C of Fin- -Fa-- -- -Fla. Mirror (f Fernandia and ours .,;.
-tue. Aid the opening cl.tr of MrsT
Mary P1 aui itlnn r'i New Americitn Story .MMh ;-'l1cl(''rd ours for U.1Ce. one ia
'THROUGH THE DEEP WATERS' I
A lso, The N E w O R EVIEw for four ,.E ** '. .
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SFOREI(N STAMI'S FOR 20. The NATIONAL AGRICLTLrIURIsT ,80
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1PETROLIA, Ont. AiD s'D ,, Everybodys Companion N..I., 1,23
B ECIPE FOR' A SURE AND CHEAP For self-application to any part of the body, Ne w.York Review Weekly r ,00.
CURE of the following Diseases. Cat- meet every retirement. The Co:;noplite Sioux City, lws., w 0ct;
arrh, Bronehites. Asthma, Sore throat, The most learned physicians and scientific -NE(IHEORS HOME MAIL 80cts.
Foul lieath, Just found out. Sent post- nen ofEropeand th.cont indesth. Theo :V V. 70.
paid, for 13 cents. Address, Thee of (,ne, ti.e i doi 's l,-r The t-, A ).;
G. WV. P.rnI)bart Cltillicothl'. Ohio. -f These .ot,, (u:tive ppliices have now The i:.VEi 1..E 1 1 ,i
(. W. l.nhart, (lil.othc, Ohio. ,ftt ,ttood the test :Ior upwt lr of t1 ity years, and ,, .
.-r- ,.: ected by LIettr.,-l'-atcl in al the -Orders i ci v. f. li i,, t f .ir-r-r
lpiucipal (ountris of th' world. Tlier were '
dte-reed thle onl0 y Award ctf .-rit for ]1,('ctric- thitl tir-on our exchange i-t. Co])isn mayn 1-
HU Mt1T AN EAJ!U Appl~ianesa Utvr,.,.t^ V . .- seen a i. om,.\or JI. v.: ,, 0 sa. -
14 b>.-f i'" l Tlit: in.-st -v. .! A-i, ':< ,, i -.1I-is, Pp1 I o'r,.-):n 11 ; 't *.-
M I J. N. NILES .A. MSIi" '.Jii .
No 79, 'West Bay Street Room No 1. READER, AREYOU AFFL!CTED? leviri leoI c ', "n.: f i..
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. and wish to recover the s; :iit- d e,-- oi -.--.-
in y. ltli .^t wii nd enerfl ;-i .-iy 'A 010^'8^ ^ T8P
Will Clean'- and Dress Laces. to look as )n 1 f t-11" iitwi i- E. OTC S
s11 iptorns orAciass of symptoms 110I y 1) 1 i i t ul
Vwell a-. now. Also vwilet -hes, .Fii-s, C'lils c..,:. condition ? A, r y'A u miAl ri, f ro s 7 > nt h ; A r0ul-
and C'rh p ]n m;de to nrdclr from ('C m -;inu .s, ili-iathl in iily of its naa y anil inut i turi:, d _vi .V. If -r, ".' i 11 l I ;.
rCtiut hair, sent to any pairt of it Stat., y on to a, : ti t n lingering. -A on fron p ...p ... pr '..
Mail or Expri'ss. )mG feel n-tivouis, tdibilitate!d, ft'I, fil, tAlnid, in. line, ai nd i to) ., ]sc r'.' t d ,' r t n -:fi half
1 ) (ll..- i t V \v iiill an tti;i ? Air. te, ctaes i mi C niharl. ed.
I ,.... I, It of memory, have sp s i ,- f -
f!'("' tini I fall e-iss of blood in thie it,-.1, fee: O- t --- nl' i 'ktl L'..i:i-t sli itt :-:<'n1 to
--_---- -- li-i.'-,_, _mi:, unfit, for tsii-s- or ;pleas- J ,as. iL] ;r fo -ed, f'tr they :oIr' it..
t Sr!,, to.;,l s i 1j. t.:(11 (W, m lf m, oiy? Are' '
SA E 0,t ,our' kidney'., tonc, orih )i blol), in a disor- -If you are a lover i.f a[it i-, ',Ilit i'; ] to
d,_-rd cit v d t ii, ? t o sufbr from rhou read DProS I e's a:' -rl is 1- f!: ism 1 .1 it rr "'a C hes r a 1,,);e.S' mi
FOIl SALE A'T i;Lv: ,ou i h-.'- indiscreet in ;i ly years. G -fT r :ra h the ]-en v.t. ,)-0 1 ,ilov
and find youI .-r !. ;v!rs, % 0 of.otn y sy'lptom. ? Are you timid, nerv- -n ti i-
-L X a-llv dwell ing on tho -lti-'? hie you l . o.
"O tonifidtence in i your.'.lf -I'd r for h -i 2- ;' i I" 1' 'i-la1 i !k .i s
0 THIE BANKI ofthe ST. JOHN'S IRIVER ae'sp'tsittts" Are vol l 'n,-i to i the to W. e. 0 .:,ni, Btox 275, I,. _
Ad;i-ilinug land of Mr. C. G, C(RA-E, of toll-'wi.iisyiaptom)s: I -sth nitht, ibrok .
IN waT', N. I One hundred and m "r' tl.ep, niihtih r' i r, ( s.- p. itii : of the -Better -a ev. t- e .s t- he
.iN, w.ir N. ,. One h u {]d red and i,.y ysa.i \,:vt, s .hftnll!I <--, oiif-.,,.; of jrit<-s, ver, PE',Pi.1'*. ,T\IG ZINE ,,i' i ;-. I) n ,s
ftom c -n 'r. H. B. STO'1'OW lS W intici ioe. .ion to soci "tr, dizz'uss in tii liad, uin,- '1 r -i. ll't1 n l, i'a.( -
,uc'ss of silit. piln ples ',nd ],l,"htes on thil e N t l .. in i- i- i -
A very fine location for a residence, te ati .i.k, I -in (.th r ,'.i.'i ilOniu :yn.p- ued s.i,',ti i ),' lo it (-i a{m d in he-
Ovn" ge and Lemon trees ill 1earii loins? ThoLI.inds of youii.g 1],11-l litt ';tt,!- M: ,.]i y--1" '",', .i "' \'1t ': r(. *'iv .
iquin of i td p .cal dt itiil .T otiii-r :t f i' " ,, i l ('i 1 is l t..
L. li. TAL ,LMAN on t"^ n i' es Or ,nils, t o. ;r1 l!o'^ dovn In ]':;. :l anid-To ,-.. C ; <, .: I o s,
.,irits l',.ii ,isoitt rs pcdliir to their sex, The Fotr (i(. rts ni: of I i:.:- i'--nitv
W S. M. Pinkltam, St. A'gt 'ii e. Fl a. 3 :,n( wh,), 'r; flii!s- mo(Ct-tv or n.,el,.t pro i"
long their n^! rin;,i g \\ S. ', til.n, tti'iile (.-:O !]".".O, F ;.. Ii:;'(" o '1l.-^ .;,- ".' ,),,, alid
______-------ne'glect a .utje ic, t prodiucitivt- of health .other -lit .l. t haDt)b!iI 'i;, M.-.li. nm-
-.A R I- TE N j I l(ini)t.ii)"s ih
r- Ur AI eAN Fire po xt Ht.111 by" PULVERMACHER'S RaBid Musica P oces
H.J -' -AItrng MFor Wa. hing Wih- ELECTRIC BELTS AND BANDS..."
-.--dos-s (tarrie.-- s. mt-. care these vlrons tdiseasted conditions, afit .e
Prote otes itin s, tll otler mn-iani fail, iTd wSe oer the almost "-- 1zs
ii the and trees, i(ionvi cilg tI':i;l.lniy direct from Sthe afit i' a-t
vines. etc. fn siet Throws water icted themselves, whio have been restored to s** ,.1 iY.
feet. Easily carried. No 0iw-lii," country HEALTH, STRENGTH, AND ENERGY, --
home or factory should be wi.,,t the aWft'r" d-uggi.g in vain tfir month' anod ytoar'..
Fountain Pump. Setn for large illustrated stid nosw' tDrE Lgi-- 'tttm it-i: PAust't-LT al
C(iriular.] Orange otowe-s e.ishould have the treated Journal, coittitiing fulitl trtiul5rs
Fotintain Pump to destroy the Mou l' Bug. and NFOI(MTA'tiON worrrT "HO-A.N.D. 1tOp-

--Orti' 1, i1 promptly attended to by PULV A CHE GALVA 'I wSNOr., L MUUICAL INVE1TIO '
I.. J... Arstrono' Mandtarin, -ia. -Corner Eighth & Vine Streets, ,,nov. R ,cr'nondorfui cfr =giuwrng to muwiaiiaw,

1 adies and Gentlemeit that di sire (orres- CINCINNATI, O. ,:: o,, ntrjii ,..,., oo,igkr,.i,
S.. . ...... lte of ht- it e'l-dy te ,i, .w ot .wi ot etcentitnthe
Spondent in any Stite of the U Tnion ad- SHORTEST ROAO IN EXISTENCE TO MISIC AL kNt WttC6U
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_ _Florida Review.
THE NEW YORK RE our last. this, on St. George street, on the east si'd,.
THE NET YORK REIEW Battle, Augnustine, &c andneii Cc, i
for 18801- e Augu t t & EW' C(ONVENT OF ST. JOSEP1, a hi:tlut[n(,0
The REVIEW was established in 1873. It is The-se three mn!a.ni d -' Ie ist; a-d tell the large building, three stories high. with a finm
the metropolitan organ of the Greenback-La- sad tale. Dii .g the clronltt the soldi-rs court, facing north, while along the buil.hli
bor party. It is acknowledged throughout used their baynt ets a.l ibed their muk- are rows of Gothic windows. This builhn:
the country, by friends and foes alike, as the ets, and the hid' rs :uade use of their knives is also of coquina, the favorit building mate-
able, independent, enterprisiLg, and ftarl.-s and tomah ks rial in use here. This was erected in 18tA.
exponent of the ideas and princilpIs from Attached to it is a flower garden. The olk'
which this new politicalpartyhassprung in- er the battlethe wounded wer ied Coent of St. Mary's is on St. George str,'i,
which this newv politicM plrty -ha r~ung in-i and scalped, and the victoi-i daxced a war near thlc
to life. Its aim has been to shed light on near the cliedral.
every question at issue, ir gar '.lss of h dn e the battle nd, at length of t. Mary's Convent is the Bishop's
powerful interests built in the ark on wrong lef the field of carnage with te dead residence. On St. GOer stret, west of thl
nd injtice; to expoe hypocrisy, deeit, ng n he potures n which they plazr., anld ,near, the Pisbvteri;n (C'lurch.dis
venality and corruption wherever found in ihad -l the
our social and political body; to maintain the A dog belo iging to Capt. Gardner esc e CONFEDEIIATE MONUMENT,
-liberties of the people and the privileges of and returned to Tampa giving at that place Erected in 1 2, to the memory of the mar-
government against favoritism mnd monopoly, the fist intimation of the bloody work that ts of te ost Cse. This is also of coqui-
to elevate the masses by inspiring them with had been perpetra ed. When fresh troops a, and co;si:t o' a broken shaft, on a pithur
a sense of theierdinit, oer, rights a.-d du- arrived on the scene: tihe( beheld their dead o pedestal. On the back of the pillar is m-
ties; and generally to lear from rubbish and comrades lying where they had fallen, with sted- a w hitre arbleaslab, with thllis i .ii-
obstacles of every kind, the road to civiliza- the stern expre-s on of battle still on their tion
4ion and happiness marked out to the Ameri- faces, which were turned in the direcCion of Erected by the
can nation by its founders, the quarter from which their savage foes had i' Memorl A ciion of u
The REVIE, w gives the new, undisguised. attacked thlm. They were buried on the bat- -tii i
Its editorial comments on men and events artie teield, and the six-pounder cannon was g P2.
honest, but sharp, short and to the point. In plac d upright in the ground ark te fshieldhaped
all matters rc;aling to the Greenback-Labr spot There remains were afterwds ot, surmount itte across ied the ol lo re


communications, which tiles of te Ut is monument, in oken of respectful and Xlhic (on either side of thisis a plain mar
States, y1 he ansof s al cn respondents, aflctioale rememrbrance by their conra ble, slab, with the names of the fall.il c(, e.
whose abiity witas- s pe~er ias orrdesde of a it is committed to the care and
whose ability as.a writer is uns.o'pwlssed. Its eflrai, "tf H-}ow lest is he who draws
leading at tides on Finance, Agriculture, In- prvation of te isn of Aug i. is swor dom cau
dlustry, Labor and Commerce, have placed t On ane helr is the following: .Though dead on 1)attll-liced.
in the front ranks s of American publications on "A l mute record of all the officers who per- Forever- to hlis tom
SSocial Economy. Its market -report is ex- ished, and aie here and elsewhere de posited. Shall youthful heroes coCme,
haustivc and accurate. ais ) a lortlion of the soldiers, has. been pre- heir hearts for freedom steeled
As a Fanily Newspaper, the REVIEW is pared and placed in the office of the Adjut- And learn to die rn lattle-icld."
complete and unobjectionable. Its 1fr de- ant of the Post, where it is hoped it will be i HAIITABLE INSTITUTI(ON.
apartments, Household. Sciuetific, Humorusi c ''t y and perl'etually preserved." On King street, corner of Bronson street, k..
. a_ d Fashions, arc under the supervision of On another is i scribed: the Col IE Hejt, a fic large tuwo and a.
able editors. It will give pleasure to the many "This conflict, in which so many perished, half story building within au masard roof -n
friends of Mrs. lary Dana Sliudler, who ap- in battle and by disease, commenced 25th ;piazzas on both stories, norl stand soute of
preciate in this distinguished authoress the December, 1835, ;n:d tterminated 14th .Au- the building. This w. lmilt by Di. Brou-.
eminent qualities of her heart and mind not gust, 1842" and cndowd\ by Mr. Eckhingl lam Smith.
less than her devotion to the cause of the peo- On the fourth we find: I THE IBATHING HONU SE
plc, to learn that the REVIEV has concluded "ai'. red to the memory of the officers and Is situated on ray street, and built out oi-r
arrangementss for the publici:tion of a highly soldiers killed in lattl, and died in service t: water. Ihis is a wooden building of ,,,':
moral and interesting serial from her pcn, during the Florida war." ster, on a circular coqina foundation, whbke.
"that has appeared in the first No. of1880. THe CxATHlOLC CEMETERY is on Tolomato formHs the similni:L bath. Here can be .-
It is greatly to the interest of tle Grecunlck- street. and is quite a contrast in alppernce trained warm or cold h)aths, at the optic of
ers at ulrge that in the very center firom which to a modern cemetery. The graves are most- the visitor. The building was etreted in 1 7
fhc money power r:liats and spreads over ly marked by bla-ck and white wooden cross- A 4a.mble through the city among the l i-
the whole country its baneful influence, a aes, a!ong which the inscriptions are written. a litesidencv's, gardens and orange gro :
tearless relp)rsentalti\v of their sentiments This place-is very, little used at present. The BAPY STREET.
should stand, watclhtul, and firmly suliorted new C aToac C'EMETr 'a is oni the ell road, i On this street, and opposite dhie Batlhi't
by their united strength. It is also to the in- some distance from lie city gate. where the i House, is the residence of Mr. Daniel Ed'gr,
terest of the Grl?-iil;iackl-Libor press, it is ieven first Catholic Church fo'rnmerly tood. built of coq(uin, and ccifnted and painted.l
ncccsary to its sitaLding cv< rywhere, that TI IHE u.rEN CEMETERY onthe hell n ie the hell On thi oZpositc f plaza, is the (i i.
the metrolitan organ of their own party road, just outside the city gate. IHouse. A tasty building, IhndsomIel fur n-
should not be Iess influential, less circulated, Bak of the plaza towards the wet is the shed i r ig rou it. F
t::han any ot the Newt York hard money advo- s m which hs O one door south f t1 plan, is tB n
cates. We' ae all working in the same noble old Spnish Governor's ni on which hasn
cates. We areshould nnoble it sti nor b ben repaired and remodel id, and converted residence ot Mr. As'inwall, of New Yok. a.l
cause, and e should ennoble it still morerly into a ,ostoffice. The front or main buiild- neat dwelling, ih ront proch and piza
nthe most evident infestation r re ing is of eoquina, but the west n etesion, on both sri tnina nd the ho .
feeling Te circulation for the four x k wieh is of wood. is new, having .-e added Atta d to this is a fewv grde; it
henbditng bodcnter 29 hi-as reacted 123,00 liofths d
eoidie- wNoveeklyaer 2a reached 103 an to the old building hx 1873. In this section hede ,f 'herie roses. Soutl of tis, ,m
opics .aekv o of te forite ilig trial, is wleekl rg of t ni::i-y
tpies-ato weekly y Daverage of tiier,w; and Ifi are the pui lic blrary rooms, and the custom of the e-vo it till ut' i eil l
its patrons do hit relax their efforts, it will house rooms. Capt. T. T. House is collector den'e ef lis Wonthl, a diauglrhte oif (Ctr-i-
fltng to the bre ino the face of its disc of the port here At the east end of the Wotl, of exicnwar faie. In firnt o ar..
itd oplonts of the Enhe City, : list plaza s the old Spanish Mrkct, an oirliuy I Asp inwll's is the Boat Iho f(' r n tmodr
.one hude t! g,.u u sc bcrampaie the i coquina structure, remarkable Gf thmerely o or i'ts C Dtrl aS, bof t ie S. ui t l
coming campaign is over. antiquity. The market will shortly be re- Co uded in or
It will demand univctrsal suffrage in every m oved to a new muicling on Hospital street, 1 i.i
State, unrestricted by any other qualification and the Spanish building will be irepairet' and Now is tli' time to send i your .sutscri-
;than American citizenship, coi averted into a P-aged or pleasure resort, ion and get al future numbers.
TERMS On the south side of the plaza is the EPls- Mr. James Vick otf lroclheter, N. T., pub-
OmOne copy to-Jan 1881, 52 Numbers 75c. oOPAL CHURCH, built, of coquina, a piin 1lishes the best Guide to flowers we bavf yet.
six moths 39". structure. with a quaiut shliral steeple, slcingl- seen. His Magazine is a work of beauty a d
Sev is to Jn t 15 00. ed the whole lcngtl. On St. George street, is valuable. See his ad in another ouma.
hSeven west side, and n-uar Bridget street, is the Pres- It pays (.very time io adverti in the BAN.
FLOI)D1iA II ';VIEW witl the love, 85c. byti-rian. Church, a plain crsiuina bu:lding,i NER, of Hins'idale, N. HI. We at-r .e.rei-.
.i(l a 3ct sta ip tfor sample to Marcus Hau-n without ornamlnnt of any kind. I answers continually from a sm;l ad sin to
S..d.itorarla ewor The old Convent of St. Jo, enh, now t-ed the old rlille House of Hunter & Co. They
aon. Editor, ;0 Barclay St., NCew York, or to as ofthcers (quarters have. b-n mentionedd in advcltise in our coltinmns, and we endnrxi_
., m, l-,.-vicw. MaIrnin, -Fla. lr':'.vicuas nUlllbers of this _aper. B besides hienm, kIlov.iig tllb-tn for years





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