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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: October 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 )
 Notes
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: VID00003
Source Institution: University of North Florida
Holding Location: University of North Florida
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-Vol ,f 4H. 1. Al i XS'TiROG.,- Publisher7
0o1^. Z; jYMandarin, Fla., Oct., 30. 1880. 25" ^A"" 'Y ""'
No I a x 30. 1880. j 25 (~ns A


EVE RYBOD1 S COLUMN enter our publication, then a subscription will V W NEW
be charged. I REVIEW NEWS,
Review discontinued with this number. Mrs. Armstrong will continue to answer -,The Steel Works nteelton, Pa., will sooa
Agents will cease to offer the Review. all from her Shell ad, and sea beans, and we have 2,000 employes, [ N. Y. Review,
receive aoh pa can send out the paper with orders and hun-
Subscribers will receive another paper till dreds will apply for Review, so we send this -The Spanish government is about to di;-
time is up. out to notify them that we'have discontinued. band 14,000 men of the Cuban army.
-Delightful weather. Our next advertising sheet, the inside page -The boot and shoe trade of Milford, Mass.,
will be just like this paper as we have many is very brisk this season.
-Elction will take place on the 2d of Nov. copies with only one side printed, and we
-The Rice crop is good in this vicinity. mut use them to good advantage. The edi- f ban ith a., is convinced tht a cotton
,--We may look for emigrants after elect- tion wil e large. ble enterprise.
ion. .TATE F EWS -Macon. Ga., has forty-three manufacturers
Mr H D. Sayre's new wharf is progess- Mll fib pl representing at capital of $792,500, and em-
ing raidly. Population of the State for 1880 it 2'2.764, playing 696 hands.
--Every little placi e along the St. Jobus river an increase of about 84,016. -Twenty-two thousand nail makers in Staf-
expce-cl- to ricccive emigrants this fall and win fordshiro and Wocestershirn have struck for
ter. 1 0 Cubans arrived in Jacksonville in the an advance of wages.
short space of 10 days.
-Twentvy vt-rs ago the editor was a young -Wilmington, DeL, has:twelve firms engag-
recruit. On the iway to Arizo toto join the '-The mail bag picked up on the St. Augus- ed in the manufacture of morocco, which
regular airmy, before the railro ad was across tine beah was brought here yesterday, and employ in the aggregate about 1,000 hands.
the Kinsas prniie, wheree Bulahlo was plen- shipped to New York by Postmaster Jay. -The Springfield Blanket Company, of Hol-
Thi toenda the in toe youe nre now ay Sun and Press. yoke, having doubled their capacity by the
wa in Florda wit the old th nantr, dur -. D. liard, Esq., of Washington recent addition, are turning out 1,000 blan-
was in Fllorid with the old yt Inhtntry, dur (re -t 'illl^'la5 Jsq., 01 Vasmngion, -
in" tlie Indian wa;r. ent of the Dutch bondholders, and T. B. kets a day.
"Keogh, Esq., of.North Carolina, came in -It is officially estimated that .41,000.000 of
e will send recipes tor inakiil yesterday on the afternoon train, foreign gold will arrive at New York each
all kind ct inks fr three one-cent stamps. Sun& Press. week until the first of November next.
Sniilev & Co., 1612 South St.,. Phila. Pa.
S ,-The St. Augustine Press says: "The late -Mr. R. O. Adams has been tried and louni
SOu the 2d inst, Madarin parted with an gale has very materially damaged the banana guilty of embezzling $12000 of United States
: resident of 5 ears. It being r. Wm. crop n and about the place. Numbers of money while Postnmster at Deadwood.
,t>tl r, a good citizen a.nd neighbor, in trees are whipped to pieces and blown down [Crusader. Mich.
ialu tht: sctuiemni. t wmien ne mount up in his The fruit would have all ripened within a -One hundred and thirty-seven hostile Siiex
days will ever he known for centuries. Not few weeks. have been captured by the United States
only his large family, but the community at roop bro
iarge will sadly miss him. From the Leesburg Advance tro ai
t last bt not. least for a comical ilustrt- ,-r. J. C. Love presented us, this -week, -_During a colored picnic near Baltimore a
At last but Our Slera Brg, ia good; it nits with a stalk of sugar cne measuring four- serious riot occ.rcd and resulted in thle beat-
from Toledo, It gives prenmi i s at $1. teen feet in length, and with joints exceed- ing, cutting or shooting ot about tower
ingly large and well developed, Mr. Love men. [Cayuga County Naion;a. Wece -
a y t r ., hlisa- seven acres of just such cane, and it port, Y.
We regret to learn from a friend the (lath will be remembered, it has yet four months --The Krupp steel and iron works of Essen,
of his wie, 'irs. li iannal R. Cha)nan. iwho to grow. iUnion. (Germay, employ 17,000 men. ald pay wag-
lied in .ir.'e City on the lI;6th of August, -08el '
Ag d .1. -The storm has injured the planters of Jef- es to the amount of -3,t00,0, 0 annually.
e of r lsri rs. Wl- person county many thousands of dollars. Five thousand men are erp ,lyc.d in min .g
--Oe oc cur s bcribfrp. rs. W .oal and iron.
er, of Linli.ihgo, C!l Co., N. Y. wlho lost on From the Quincy Star. coa and ron. ua-
only child ot3 years and 5 months old. We -Mr. Jesse Wood of Mt. Pleasant. brought -The Patterson ocomoiire works are un
syinlptlize with the bereaved, to town on last Wednesday a half bushel of able sto keep up th their orders.t locDur
M[rs. Maitlia White, wife of Captain Chas. onions, some of them weighing one pound, the s six 70 foth the same period last year
White, died on the 2lth, at4 a, m, of Erysipe planted from the seed in February This ties against 70for-the same riod last yer
las, she leaves two little children, the young, proves that we can raise as fine vegetables -Texas papers estimate the damage done by
est a giel one month and two days old, the as can be raised north, the late storm at the mouth of the Hio (ir:aide
dest ars as follows: M ataiioras, b50t.000.t; Bruw7ns-
oldet ye White Immigration to Louisiana. viyle $ .):0; Garrison, $50,o0; Point
r. J. WilHiams, f this place, lost a young We learn from Mr. John Willi ms that the Isabel and shipping, 200,000.
OlalghOr., died on the 18th, ot convulsions, efforts of Mr. Nathan in filling the orders
A 3I:s. Sawyer, died near Miani:irin, on received from Louisiana sugar planters for :DE&ATH DOIIGOS.
the 19th inst, a sister-in-law to the Post mas- white labor from Southern Europe have een
ter on B-neauclci Bluff, very s;ucce-sorl. The steamship Mis-issiilpi Hon.. laocl Biinkerhoff author of the origi
which sails from Coranna on. the 2d Sept ri- nal draft of the Willmot Proviso, and front
IDied on tlhe steamer Florida, between To her, will bring 200. The Teutonia, to sail a- 1856 to 1. 1 Judge of the Supreme Court of
coi and Palatka. Miss. Kate De Grove, of bout the 15th, will bring 500 more. Ohio, died rec.utly at Mansfield, O.
coniumlption, her parents reside at Fruit Cove C Jackson, D. Somerville,
Mr. Nathan reports that Lhib,,r is abuindant, C has. T' JackSon,
As we have been ,hl;ed to di-c ntireby and the best quality can be readily obtained, M:sL., who odis lt ^l with Prof. Morse the
the 2d cl,:. ratt t: l;cu iro, n us, we ask the It is to be :hoped that tr.is movement will honor of having invented the electric tel-
coutjniuance of your paper and mak; this pro go on and large accessions be made to the la- graphics dead.
p<.,.l1, or mention our intentions that we imy bor supply ere the close of the calendar year. The death of Gen. Torbet. U. 8, A. of
-verti, for each other. On'c every two or UTio n. Plaw-are was one on the illfated mailasteaim-
three months; we will publish something in er Vera Cruz, which lhft New York the i25tb
(.i:'cu!n. ftern, or same as Rev iew. We will i-U, S. Mail Ste:.ra-Lip Vera Cruz, which ult
take .o .- iitions .l,,-s, p,:iii pay for 1iwas rc-ly vr. i:l on our coast, out of
I1.- tpe, o sp no, .v 1! we s: :..., 2 culs aut 11 were, known to beaved. Ouray, the Ute cjfi hi dead.










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sEP-1880. orida Review, .__, VI .
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AP~ @ljDFDid Rerv !ew -From the Orange Connty Reportl.
A SUBMARINE DISCOVERY. IMPROVING CO-OPERATIVE
0--- -- THE ST. JOHNS RIVER ORANGE CULTURE
emraosble Formation on the SotT.ORANGE CULTUREI
emarae Formation on the South" "The Georgia Orange Association, of At-
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-From N.-Y., Berald. In a recent report concerning the improve- to locate homestead, cultivate orange groves,
The officers of the:.oast Survey announce 1ment of the St. Johns river, Gen. Gfllmore etc., in this State, on the English co-operat-
the discovery of a submarine plateau-under says: ive plan."
the Gulf Stream off Charleston the existence By:the act approved June 30, 1880, ti first We find the above item floating among
-)f which had not been suspected,s butkwhich appropriation for permanent improvement of our exchanges, and clip it as containing the
must exert an important influence on the the bar at thenmoutk of this river was made, pith and es-encc of a line of industry which
Gult:Strenam temperature and also on the cli- amounting to $125,000. There had been pre- is liable to have a material effect upon the
maate of.our southern seaboard. In running -viously expended here during the ten fiscal future of the 6tate of Florida.
na line of deep sea dredgings ofr:Charleston years .preceding June 80, 1879, the sum of The Reporter ventures the assertion that,
e'inmander Bartlett was recently surprised $57,476,38 in dredging on bhe to find in the axis of the great stream depths 523. 75;in surveying She bar and making the now offered by any portion of the United
,of from 233 to 450 fathoms only, where it requisite observations for a new project. States which promises as sure returns, and as
,was thought they would range from 600 to Iuring the present fiscal year it is propos- large a percentage on an investment, as or-
S;o000 fat-homs. This "swell of land" rising ed to begin work on tle new plan of improve- ange culture in Florida on the co-operative
A'rm thre.Atlantic bottom was found stretch- meant described in a letter of the engineer : in plan. As an individual enterprise it pays an
riEg eastward 150-miles between tne parallels charge, dated June 30, 1879, consisting of immense interest on the time and money in-
aof 32 and 32- degrees, -at the northeastern two-low jetties, built of riprap stone, resting vested, A man buys five or ten acres of land
terminus of which the depth of water sud- on a foundation platform of logs, abnd the at a cost of five to fifty dollars per acre, ac-
(denly increased from about 450 1o 1,386:fath- improvement under certain conditions of the cording to location, shipping facilities, etc.
oms. .river between the bar and. Jacksonville. The .The cost of clearing the wild land will not be
"The sillbmerged ridge projectingofrom the estimated cost of the project for a low water far from twenty dollars per acre, and the
"Caiolina coast ust obviously serve as a fen-I channel-depth of 15 to 16 feet on the bar, is fencing and plowing preparatory to putting
-der or bar to deflect from our southern sea- $1,426,499, and fora channel depth of 12J to bout trees will about equal the cost of clearing.
:'board the. underflow of-Arctic water coming! 13 feet at law water, $800,000. IThe trees will boost from twenty-five to:, fifty
ffiom Newfoundland, and, by forcing the gla- The amount available for this work, July cents each, in proportions to age and size.
.?cial stream fur to the eastward, it thus allows 1, 1880. is $125,000, and,for the fiscal year ,.After the trees are set the expense of fertili-
ithe great "river in the sea" to retain its fropi- ending June 30, 1882, an appropriation of zers, care and culture, will not exceed twen-
cal heat, unreduced by conmixture witl the $100,000 is asked, which will be applied to ty-five dollars per year per: acre. If good
-polar under current, all the w'ay from the Gulf the prosecution of the work on the least cost- judgment is exercised in, the selection of-the
o 4o Charlesto. This inference from the re- ly of the -oregoing projects, leaving the ex- ground and the above amount of money is
,cent coast survey soulldings is confirmed by tension otf the plan beyond that point a qucs- judiciously expended, the grove at the end of
aihe tempcrlatLureso of the Gulf stream on the i tion for future consideration, five years will.be worth in the market a thau-
.Admiralty cliart, which shows a decided cooll IMPROVEMENT -OF -oLUSi A A I, FLA. sa"d dollars per acre, and at ten years, twice
fing o' the stieam after,.it passes north of By act approved June 14th, 1880, the; first ihat sum, and by this time. would be yielding
,Charleston, a11d also, what is more remarka- appropriation of $5,000 was made for this :a hawsnnie revenue. This i no speculation,
ble, that in Septenmber (when the ocean is at work. The act authorities the secretary of no mining stock chimera; but one of the cer-
ats warimest) the stream is warmer .between war to make such special contract for the tainties -wlhich the(State is offering to settlers,
": Anai cston.and the Florida channel than it is 'prosecution of this work as may in hi judg- andw the figures are being realized all through
"..vein in the Gulf itself. The peculiar topo- ment.best promote the interests of th6 ,evfrn the orange belt of the State at this time. .Of
:gr phy ot the Atlantic bottom off the Oarroi- menit. c- -ourse, it a senie is t on groau ? iat loes,
.ma coast, it would seem, explains also the .The normal depth of- water at Volusia bar his own work, the (1.h expense is consider-
f ,'act whici. has lately excited much surprise, is about 5 feet, subject to variations pro cc- ,ably lessened. The figures above given rep-
::: :-tihat the inuinensee June flaw .of ice-bearing ed -by the wind and,- by deposits of sand resent instances where business men residing
"-iwater from Newfoundland nade no impress- brought down by freshets. .A depth of f-eet intowns, or outside of the State, are cultiva-
ion on the temperature of the southern .sea- is needed. It is proposed to advertise .for ting orange groves, and shows the amount of
loarid. Thle summer, of 1875, like that ofl proposals to establish and maintain a channel money actually paid out.
38,0 opened with an exc.ptionally large 30 feet wide and 6 feet deep across tis-sbar, Now, suppose instead of this individual
.number of icebergs moving off the coast aud if no, bids deemed advantageous to the effort. ten men unite in the purchase andim-
=southlmwari; but, contrary to popular opinion United States are received, then to begin the provement of a quarter section of land, di-
lhese -ice-mtsses and the swollen pola.oh plan of improvement byjmeans of two jetties, viding th.e .expense equally among. The
.stream.thal t hore tilhemyal no effect in lower as.submitted in the report of the engineer in cost of cleaing, loving, fencing, etc., could
3inig lie air ienlperatures from Nantucket to charge under date of July 9..1880, is $ 000, be nmatri:ill reduced; by purchasing in the
.Florida. C -ould the icy warci have surged a id for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1880, larger number trees would cost proportion:te
S-up against the shore a different result would an appropriation of 1' )O00 is asked to be ly less; fertilizers could be bought at reduced
"-;iuave been felt. .We ma therefore-conclude applied to the : completion of: the jett ies, I rats, in .tji. labor of working the ground
that not only off C'harleston, but possibly off should that plan finally, be adopted, other-l ard car of, the trees would be greatly di-
.Cape-Cod also, there exists a submarine bar- ,wise to the execution of ,such plan as the i finished. By employing a competetent man
raicr p)rojecling out into the Atlantic, inter- i secretary of war.authorizes or directs. to take chlarg' .of the work and see that every

(cepting tlie .volume of heavy glacial water [Sun. & Press thing'. was properly done, the owners would
amiuvingi stouthweslw:rdly over the sea bed, -------.-- .- be 'ile'd of the care of personal .-npervis-
and thus sccluring" thurouglout summer the E.very family in the-ianud"North Somth East ont and would d be free t'o follow there usual
extraordinarily high temperature of eighty ,or West shImld, send 75cts., -for a valuable avocations. Of course, for a time the pay-
S deg-ree-e, which is observed in the western ,paper for their children, The will find The meant of assessments without any correslpond
,dge of thie Gulf Stream all thie way from Acanthus edited by ;Miss. Annie Maria ing:dividendls, would a little monotonous.
-"'!>p" Hattcras.up to Nlit.uclket Slhoals, Barnes. Atlanta, Ga., to be first class. Over But this Cler'i once u:*i*ed--thle trees once
(Jacksonville, Fiu,, Sun & Press. 128 columns good reading matter an-d instuct- mu bearing--and the. sixieen acres of orange
-_ 1mive, it is also illustrated, grove wh-iclh ,.-.nll constitute each individual
-.!share, wou!tt yield a return which would
"" APERiL1I AiiNG FROM IM 'DAPALMETTOES. This offer should be attended to amply repay ill the. care and expense, and
e l tto we see.it stated that for uch chances -is rare and not to be make en.eh individdil owler a life time com-
los, h ud rhances-is rarepaedteiotceabe end a v\luabte inheritance to his
tlie company that has been experiment- i had every day. aThe New York famly As a life isu-rance policy it would
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.? in' p}>ur ,s .lias met witl such .gratifying Dec., for only ten cents. Or by -send- I reason that :it would yield a handsome year-
.success that they will .-erf.ct about twenty '50 ets., to Marcus Hanion, 9 Spruce iy rev"-nn,' and still would constantly increase
S;illc-r mills in various parts- of tihe State, in value f,, ] t, u1rl years to come.
"\ liein;- palmctlo grow in ai.,ini;nnce and where x., you can ten copies Fla. ispatch.
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