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PHOSPHATE LAND .
GrIFFORD & PEA RCE
Real Estate and Loans,
32% West Bay Street,
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.


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Central Railroad of Georgia,

The Popular Route.,

Making the Fastest Time from Florida to
Macon, Atlanta, and All Principal Polnts in
the West and Northwest.
Only Through Sleeping Car Line to St Louis!
Through Pullman Sleeping Cars Jackson-
yille to Montgomery, 1, ashville and St. Louis.
Through Pullman and Mann Bou.1oir Sleep-
ing Cars Jacksonville to Macon, Atlanta,
Chattanooga and Cincinnati.
SChoice of Routes. One change of cars to
SMemphis. Louisville, Chicago, Detroit, Cleve-
' land and Kansas City.
ForTickets, Sleeping Car reservation, or
fUrther reliable information, call on, tele-
graph or write to
W. H. IUCAS, Fla. Pass. Agent,
71 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
K T CHARLTON, G. Pt A.; W. F. SHELL-
MAN, T. M. and CECIL GABBETT, G. M.
' Savannah, Ga.


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T1 GREAT CONTEST.


THE INTER-STATE DRILL FOR
THE $2,000 PRIZE.
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,Odr "Nets." the Only Florida Com-
pany With Enough Backbone to
S Appear inw the, Inter-State
SArera.
014d Sol, ushered in yesterday with
onrie of hifbrightest and most beguil-
ing smiles, but his co-laborer and
ceuma, the distinguished Mr. Boreas,
must have been in a very bad humor
for he met the warm advances of the
ient Mr. Sol in a very cool manner.
Je fact is there was a generous suf-
fliency of heat when one was in the
40dst of the sunshine, but, if the shad-
ows were allowed to embrace you for
a short time, it did not take very long
to convince one that the air was decid-
edly chilly, and made the ladies on
the grand stand shiver, *
The visiting military, and espec-
ially .those who took part in the drills
ye rday remained at their respective
hotels .until it was necessary to repair
to- the grounds. The boys seemed to
r realize they had a struggle, before
them, and'were reserving'every Par-
tiele of strength for the Sght.
1'- JTHE INTER-STATE% DRILL. L
T'he inter-state drill commenced
Vpomptly at 10:42 A. M., aftd-,a few
minutes later the Gate City Gurds, of:
Atlanta, were facing the jpdg'es .t
10' W..thef graund -ta^Jc 11'
marched Into tt 11rprWo ^
ceived an ovation from the grand
stand where the ladies had a decided-
ly large majority. Handkerchiefs
were ,waved, and a perfect deluge of
sweet smiles and bright glances Were
showered upon the boys. The drill
was a fine one, and the company did
credit both to themselves and the city
from which they came.
The Guards were followed by the
Southern Cadets, of Macon. This
company was here last, season, and,
when they returned, home, left a
number of warm friends behind them.
As they marched on the grounds a
perfect storm of applause greeted them
from the stand, and the owners of
numerous witching eyes hoped that
they would again carry off the golden
shekels which Victory intends to pour
into the coffers of the successful com-r
party. They put up an exceedingly
fine drill, and do not appear to have
lost any of their skillfulness.
This completed the morning's work,
and an adjournment was taken for
dinner.
Long before half-past three o'clock,
the time set for the resumption of


hostilities, the grand stand began fill-
ing with spectatres, aud when the
time arrived for the, commencement
of the afternoon's programme, there
was scarcely an empty seat on the
stand. Jacksonville's ladies turned
out in full force, and when the Met-
ropoliton Light Infantry, the flower
of Jacksonville's military companies,
marched on the grounds, veritable
storm of applause greeted them" on
every hand. 'The young gentlemend,
in their tasty uniforms and snow-white
plumes, made an elegant appearance,
and numerous pairs of rosy lips gave



them a smelling welcOe,. and ii. R
innermost recesseaVnumerous hesa
a prayer went up toitheir success i'
the struggle before *enm'. *'Mel'
putt up an excellent of t ie. mistakes made the day .before
were carefullyy avoided, Ht 'we ,.are
afraid that the Georgia companies are
a little too strong for our boys atpres-
ent. They "did well however, and l
were the only ,.company i,. the', *
that -had the nerve anid ck.ic^
the music in the inter-st-.
The Edgefield Ritffesl:.:,
followed the "Mets,"u-b.'"
must have failed them,at."t_" I
mongent, and their position 'pup'
battlefield was made; ponMD`i-i-,
absence. The delay, bhow!^ .s'.
only a short one, for th .4m,
of the Atlanta Rifles soon .biff.i,
appearance, and, as they came i
the parade, ground with their -.g
swinging stride;,those nineteen p s
df legs (which we believe i the noth-"'
ber required oh In ,ocesOn of n tW...
kind) moved th as much mechan-.
ical precmIok"and grace as. the pei d-
ulum of a.c'a. The gdid siashiggs.
on the dark een uniforms glitered.:'-
in the sualigj, and, by the time.they"
-ore drawn.u p in front of the grand i
stand, the girls were ready to< adopt .
the entire CopM-any.. One young lbdy :
hope they w,,pould win' because tiy
hadsich a .'cute little heu: nant.
The rifles are an idealvconaiili-her`.&
is a sympatI-bet eeii0h m6n ta,.
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mechamn'sm; eac member, buiesN
own idividuality, and realizes that
le is only a fraction of the machine.
Captain Spencer has a commanding
form, and the distinctness, precision,
and coolness with which he gives
the different commands can not help
inspiring the boys with confidence in
themselves. This company, uidoubt-
edly has a .brilliant future before it.
Then came dress parade and review
by Governor Fleming and staff, which
closed the programme for the day.
-Bureau of Information and Com-
merce, E. H. McKay, Manager, 72%
West Bay street, Jacksonville.
-pol. J.A. Bradford, whose elegant
figure and genial smile adorns his lit-
tle gem of a place under the Saint
James Hotel, believes in keeping up
with the music in the procession. For
years the Colonel has devoted his en-
tire time and energies, during the
winter months, making northern visi-
tors happy by keeping them supplied
with oranges and orange blossoms.
Realizing that our winter climate is a
sure method of increasing the avoir-
dupois of any pilgrim to this health-
giving Mecca, who imbibes a sufficient
amount, be determined that the rapid-
ly fattening guests at i the St. James
Hotel should be supplied with a
machine' that would mathematically"
calculate the daily increase of flesh to
the exactness of a hair. The :ColonelPs
deliberations resultedL in placing in
one of the corridors of that handsome
hotel a pair of scales whose mechan-
ism and finish are a wonder to behold,
and by standing upon' the platform'
an- placing a nickle in the slot the
machine not ohly weighs, but-fjrnishs
the applicant with a-card upon which
is registered! the. .et.number. of
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We keep on hand a stock of TYPE-WRITER
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Jacksonville, Fla., under John 0. Plank's
Hotel System. Absolutely the largest hotel
in the Land of Flowers, with all modern im-
provements, Steam.heat elevator, gas, elec-
trie light, electric call ls etc. Built of
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located on highest ground in Jacksonville,
with full view of the famous St. Johns river,
and within five minutes' walk of all steam-
boat aIndings and stations. Larg.. first-class
band, frequent germans and,< dress hops.-
Accommodations for 1,000 guests.
Summer Resorts-Plank's Grand Hotel,,
Island of acinac, and Plank's Tavern "On,
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'JACKSONVILLE, -FOIA
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BEST DISPLAY OF

Fancy Goods,

CURIOSITIES, &c.
IN THE CITY.


PALMETTO PHARMACY.


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THE LEADING


$Coat eS.oO a Day I-rotel in the Sotih


The Jacksonville Auction and Conmmission House of
j.ulius Slae'er &, Oo.,
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF GOODS
Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry a Specialty.
32 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
Special attention paid to Out Door Auction/
Sales of Real Estate, Live Stock, Furniture\
and all kinds of Merchandise. Money advan-
ced on Personal Property.
C. M. DeHUAU,
Manufacturer of Fine Hand Made Havana

CIG-ARS9,
Factory No. 81, Cor. Bay and Main (Pine) *ts.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

Culpeper Grocery Co.,
CORNER NEWNAN AND FORSYTH STS.,
Keep the Freshest Goods at the
Lowest prices.
Country Orders a specialty.
Consignments of Country Prdduce
Solicited.


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INFANTRY-INTER-STATE.
First ................ $2,000 0
Second........... ........... 7 0 00
Third. ................... .. 250 00
Cadet Pri-e ............. .... 300 00
INFANTRY-STATE CONTEST.
S First .. .. .... .. ......... .. 00
: Second.................... ..... 200 00
ARTILLERY-INTER-STATE.
Artillery Prize............. 300 00
Gahing Gun Drill ............ 50 00
A ha~adsome gold medal will be pre-
sented o the best drilled soldier.

RLES GOVERNING INTER-STATE
DRILL.
.... N F --.
" INFANTRYY COMPANIES.
S Companies entering the contest
must belong to the organized volun-
teer force of their States.
They must have sixteen files, two
guides and three officers, and all en-
listed men must have been regular
members of their company,,according
to the laws, of their States (enlisted
where the State laws provide for en-
listment) and the officers commission-
ed by theirlState, not less than thirty
days before drill.,
All men must be i n the, full dress
Uniform of their companies.
Movements will be confined to
those prescribed in Upton's Infantry
Tactics School of the Company and
the Manful of Arms. Skirmish drill
and the bayonet exercise will be ex-;
clude
1A Mi o paitnies mAust,..report 6On the
ground s by noon Tuesday, April 8,
1890, at which timeihe.' captains will
draw for places.
i N~ot less than five companies to en-
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Is the nearest Hotel to the J., T. & K. W. and the S. F. &. W. Railway Depots, and is onl!
two blocks wkst of the F. C. & P. Railway Depot. It is New, built of rick andhas an
modern conveniences. B. K. BARRS, Proprietor.


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Manufacturer's Agent. Wholesale Grocer
and Commission Merchant. Flour and To-
baceo a specialty. Special attention give to
consignments of produce.
PILLSBURY'S BEST XII PATENT MINNESOTA FLOUR
Always in stock.
OFFICE AND STORE, No. 24 EAST BAY
STREET.
New Market on the Boom
We are not selling out at Lowenstein's
Stalls, Nos.17 and 19 New City Market.
Large Fat Hens,.... .................. .....40c
Chicago Sirloin Steaks, per lb..........15c
Chicago Porter H. Steaks, "..,.......i..15c
'Chicago Round Steaks, ".............12%
Chicago-Rib Roast, "........... ..12
Chicago Pork, ".............11
Fresh Country'Butter, ............. 25c
Remember the name and place, AL. LOW-
reNSTE1N, New City Market foot of MarKet
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call on or write to ,

AA B. CAMPBELL,
7' West Bay Street, Jacksonville,
for free catalogues giving full information as
to BEST MAKES LOWEST PRICES and
TERMS SO EASY as to astonish you:
A. B. Campbell will give you more for your
money and treat you better than any other
Music House South or North.


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GOVERNING FLORIDA TROOPS.
Company must be part of the volun-
teer force of the State, in full dress
uniform.
They must have not less than six*
teen files, two guides and three offil-
cers.
Movements will be the same as pre-
scribed for Inter-State Drill.
Not less than three companies to
enter.
Companies intending to compete
must report on the grounds by noon
Monday, April 7, 1890, when their cap-
tains w11i) draw for places.
CADET COMPANIES.
Any dadet company with twenty-
four files, two guides and three offi-
cers will be allowed to enter.
Movements the same as Inter-State
Drill.
Not less than two companies must
enter. :' ..
Companies intending to compete
must report on the ground by noon
,Tuesday, April, 1890, at which hour,
the captains will. draw for places.
ARTILLERY DIRILL.
Batteries.participating to be part of
regularly organized troops of the State
from which they come, with officers
commissioned by their State.
Nob less than one section with offi-
cers and fall complement of men will
be permitted to enter.
Movements-Mahual of piece and
Mechanical Drill, according to Up:
toil's Tactics, and Sabre Exercise.
Not less than three batteries to en-
ter.
Batteries intending to compete must
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; Opposite Astor Buildings.


Generals, Colonels, Captains, Lieu-
tenants. Sergeants, Corporals and.
Privates, and their friends will find
it to their interest to visit, 'The Cab-
inet" and sample one of the finest
stocks of liquors and cigars in the
South. A cordial invitation |s exten-
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The following is a list of the com-
panies present during the week:
THE GAINESVILLE CADETS.
Staff--R. M. Hudson, First Lieuten-
ant and Adjutant; J. H. Straus, First
Lieutenant and Aid; IRobert Tomp-
kins, Second Lieutenant and Quarter-
master; B. H. Powel, Major; W. R.
Thomas, Quartermaster; H. H. Alex-
ander, Captain and Adjutant; E. P.
Cater, Superintendent and Colonel;
C. S. Ripley, Lieutenant United States
Navy, and Commandant-Lieutenant-
Colonel; J. W. Patton, Assistant
Commandant.,
Company A.-Captain, H. G. Clif-
ton; Lieutenants, M. Q. Chaires and
H. Powell; First Sergeant, R. M.
Chamberlain; Second Sergeant, T. H.
Howard.
Company B.-Captain, E. S. Wil-
liams; Lieutenants, W. Hilyer and
M. Waltonri;First Sergeant, R. R Ros-
borough; Second Sergeant, C. A.
Dickerson; Third Sergeant, R. M.
Chamberlain.
Company C.-Captain, S. J. Thom-
as; Lieutenants, B. F. Miller and .
F. Bartlesoh; First Sergeant, B. L.
Miller; Second Sergeant H. Giddings;
Third Sergeant, J. M. Flewellen.
THE GAINESVILLE GUARDS.
T. E. Webster, Captain; B. F. Jordon,
First' Lieutenant; S. WV. Thomas,
Second Lieutenant; First Sergeant.
Trenholm Cater; Privates, Broom,
Scarrett, Wheatly, Cellon, Toomely,
McCormic!I, Ammons, Cooper, Lynch,
Folk, Swearingen, Leader, Haile, and
six others who camRe with the Gaines-
Yvillfe Cadets, as they are attending
school there. They were in their
fatigue uniforms, the regular uniform
Of thle e Uniited States troops-army blNe
trousers, da rk blue coat ,anid c -p, no
strtlipes oor facingS.
THE HALIFAX RIFLES.
Captain C. ML. Binghamr; Lieuten-
ant, C A. Ballodgh; Rergeant, W. H.
Richardsoni; Corporal, E. F.Mansfield
and nineteen privates, Carter. Pollitz,
Rod(gers,,Hinsky, Steveris, Gibson,
White, Osborn, Mansfield, Lindbergh,
Turner, Van Dorn, Blivey, J. K. Mal-
ley. R. S. Malley, J. D. Malley, Guth-
rie, Longe, Murray. Their uniforms
are blue trousers, blue coats with wide
white facings, white shoulder straps
and blue helmets.
THE LAKE CITyI CADETS.
Company A.-Captain, E. Davis:
Lieutenants, Messrs. Brock add
Barnes; Orderly Sergeant. C. B. Duf-
fey; Corporal, F. B. Cooler; Drum-
mer, W. P. Douglass.,-
Company B.-Captain, J. Kinard;
Lieutenants, T. S. Coogler and J.


Sherrit Orderly vSergeant, J. H. An-
crum; Sergeant, Thomas Mitchell;
Sergeant, W. R. Chalker; Corporal,
J. P. DePass,jr.; Drummer, J. P. Car-
son.
Company C.--Captain, F. M. Oliver;
Lieutenants, L. B )geland F.A. Baya;
Orderly Sergeant, W. O. Butler; Ser-
geant. V. Brown, jr,; Sergeant, Rob-
ert Borger; Corporal, E. Bryan; Bug-
ler, C. E.Merrill; Markers. Cadet G.
P, Hurst, Cadet E. Hall.
Ie The battalion musters nearly one
hundred young men.
SOUTHERN CADETS-MACON.
'Captain, R. Simms; First Lieuten-
ant, T. E. Artope; Second Lieutenant,
J, Flyi;. Junior Second Lietitenant,
M. G. White; Sergeants, Wiley and
Jones, and PrivateS, Bradford, Mas-
senburg, Boland, Burkett, 'Wilburn,
Craig, Polhil, Curd, C. Thomas, A.
Thomas, Olnee, Finley, Minton,


BUGLE ECHOS.

-The Halilax Rifles left for hpme Thurs-
Sday afternoon
--Theawardswill be announced this even,-
tig at dresd parade.
-The clerk of the weather has done the
square thingby us this week.
Most i of the Gainesville Cadets left for
h me Wednesday. A few straglers are still
In the city.
-C. E. Irvin, R. D. Calloway, C. T. Watson,
I. T. Irwin, of the Irwin Guards, Washington
Ga., were stopping at the New Everett..
-The lack of a sunset gun has been sup-
plied by Bandman Carr, who haw been act-
ing in the dual capacity of gunner and drum-
Smer. ,
-She thought the "Mets.alooked real sweet
in those pretty uniforms, and said the judges
would act real mean if they did not give
them the premium,
-Quite a number of the young ladies in the
grand stand were real anxious to ascertain
how many, and who, of the U. S. Army offi-
cers were married.
-Diffenbach keeps the'best at the Bank
Saloon. HeJs a dental. clever fellow and will
make your visit a pleasant one The "Bank"
SIs doing a good business.
-The refreshment table- are doing a rush-
ing business. The different departments are
tastefully decorated, and are presided Over
by a bevy of charming ladles.
-Th* Metropolitan Light Infantry have
kept, open house throughout.the week Their
armory 10 nicely decorated, and th- guests
have been made to feel perfectly et home.
-Capt. D.E. Maxwell, of the F. C. P. R.
R.-, and one of the, members of Governor
Flemming's staff, makes a decidedly hand-
some appearance in his regimental uniform.
-Col. T. A. Clayton, A. J. Lilpitt,.James H.
Weisv, W. E. Wo I ,a. R. .Jones, E. R.
Jones, and ,',', Torver. of the Albany
Guard, were domiciled at the New 'Eyerett
several erays. .. ,,
=r----Bltquad drill, for a pi',-e of $25.0---$175 to
first,-and $75 to second-take plaee this af-
ternoon. It will be an exciting affairs all
the different companies will enter Squads of
eight men each.
-The members of Gartland's Band say
that the winters here are good enough for
them, and that they will take a great deal of
pleasure in returning next winter should
Their services be required.
-Capt. W. A. Cooper. of Orlando, has been
Taken care of by Mr. F. H. Orvis at" the
popular Windsor Hotel. The Captain paid
our sanctum a visit this morning, and was
furnished with the latest war news.
-B. Ih!, C. S. Johnsn,, J. S.1reston,
Harry Bumby, Marion Rice, A. W. Acre, W.
.iferk ahd J. H. Dudley, of the Oriando's, put,
if an appearance yesterday, and; Lieutenant
Bewail and Privatei Hancock arrived this
morning. ,
S W. H. L ghistone.of Palmetto Drug Store,
has just returned from the annual meeting
of the State Pharmaceutical Association at
Tampa, wherg he was elected Vice President.
Mr. Lightst nrias talented young gentleman,
and is building Up the prescription depart-
ment 0jfthe Palm'etto in a very satisfactory
manner. '
,-,The masquerade ball at,the Exposition
: building Wednesday night brought out a
large attendance 0f efair W en and brave
:men." :The masqueraders were an exceed,-


ingly scarce article, but the worshippers at
the terpsichorean shrine were both numer-
ous and ambitious. The Home Mihistrels ap-
,peared in black tights and stockings, full-
dress coats cut extra long, and glossy
beavers. The bright costumes of the ladies
and fullidressof the military, with the trop-
ical plants and flowers as a background,
Smadea fascinating picture .
Cheap Railroad 'Rates.
'Economy is the shortest and most
direct road to wealth, and travelers, as
a rule, are anxious for any information
that will save then a few dollars:.
This fact is what causes us to call
your attention to Miiford. sRailroad
Ticket Agency, 73 West Bay Street.
This establishment has for years made
a study of economic trfevel, an the re-
sult is, they can furnish you transpor-
tation from anywhere to everywhere
at greatly reduced rates. A visit to
thbir office will pay you. It is really
the only live agency of the kind in the
city.


Wright, C. White, Shearer, Otto, Bishop, W. L. McDowall, B. Dill,
Driggers, Freeman, Winship, Guern- R. Rodgers; privates, Page, Lyle,
sey, Barfeullet, Hazelhurst, Wilder. ,Rydr, Hall, McReynolds, Bevins,
Bunkley, Morgan, Putzel, Gibson, Hrdi Hall, McReynolds, Bevis,
Lyons. Harding, Kilpatric, Heard, Hewitt,
ATLANTA RIFLES. Ballard, Talmadge, Weir, Dial, Wig-',
Captain, M. B. Spencer; first lieuten- gins, Boss, Brown, Blount, Watts, 7
ant, F. S. Spencer; second lieutenant, Tyner, Crompton, Winns, Varn.
R. H. Snook; right guide, M. High-
GATE CITYGUARD)S'ATLANTA.
tower;< left guided J. V. H. Nash; cor- GATE CITY GUARDSATLANT.
,orals Harding and Hollbrock, and Their roster is as follows: Cap-
privates Harrolson, Francis, Hill, tain, A. C. Sneed; first lieutenant,
Glenn, Cooper, Hulsey, McWilliams, B. M. Goldsmith; second lienten-
Malone, Richards, Hill, Smith, Ma- ant, C. M. Roberts; right guide, E.
lone, Calhoun. Goza, Goldsmith, Rhinehart; left guide, C. Dooley;
Raines, Nash, Crawford, Beerman, .t W G it
SIthird sergeant, W-. M.God it
Dunn, Haines, Rawson, Inuian, Hul-
sey, Saunders, Beardsly, Ripley, A. corporals, J. P. Culberson, J. G.
L. Nunnally, C. F. Nunnally, Bruce Ganse, A. M. Malone, T. Flemming;,
Appler and Quartermaster Wallace. and privates, Wilson, Washblurn,.
Several ladies accompany the party. Kean, Vari Zauck, Cordon, Abbett

LEESBURG RIFLES. Kuhns, Lowman, Atkinson, Morris, ..
Captain, G. E. Lovell; sergeants, Spilfuan, Venable, Carebon, Collier,
B. Smith, J. H. Pincus;' quartermas- Bosbick, Myers, McConnell, Nel-
ter, P. G. Sherrard; corporal Hearn- son, Lamar. Party of twenty-five
don and privates, Keller, West, Cun- ladies and gentlemen from Amer-
ningham, Adams, Warner, Stuart, icus, Ga,; came with the Atlanta
Reese, Penney, Noble, Butler. ,boys and are at the Everett. .
BARTOW RIFLES. r -The Travelers is open all the year.
They brought thirty-two men. -Guiests leaving on early trains are_
Captain, W. L. Jewell; first lieuten- exactly suited at The Travelers. )
ant, W. H. Johnson; second lieuten- ,.
,- .(-Breakfast ready at 6 o'clock at the
ant, Frank Clark; Sergeants, J. Travelers. .
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Bacon, Shoulders, Hams, Lard, Butter, Cheese, Irish Potatoes, New Beans, Sugars, Syrups
Mackerel, Codfish Grits, Meal, Rice, Coffee, Teas. Arlington Wheat Meal, Ganned Goods
Starch, Condensed Milk, Candles New Dried Fruits, Jellies, Carldies, Cider-, Vinegars
Averi ll Paints, Blueing, Soaps, Soda, Spices, Extracts, Herbs, pickles, Woodenware, -or",
fords Bread Preparation, Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper, Twine, Cordage. Coal, Cow pea-
Corn. Oats, Hay, Bi an, Ground Feed, Sharp's Paper Cells for Orange Boxes, Campbells Baks
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A. E. Gr. BEiiTT & CO.,
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WHOLESALE DEAERS IN
Coffees, Teas and Spices.,
Special attention given to orders from Hotels
28 Ocean Street, Jacksonville, Fla.


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report oh the grounds at 11 A. M. Mon-
day, April 7,1890, when commanders
will draw for places.
GENERAL RULES.
All companies will be drilled in
strict accordance with Upton's Re-
vised Tactics.
Each company will be allowed for-
ty-five minutes in the competitive
drill, counting from the time the first
movement on the programme is com-
menced, and Will be credited for time
saved.
CoTamnds must report fifteen min-
utes before their time of drill.
The tally sheet of each company will
be returned to the commanding offi-
cer after the prizes areI awarded.
No prize will be awarded in any
class unless, there is competition in
such class.
The programmes for the drill will
be prepared by the judges, who will
be officers of the United States Army
detailed by the war department for
duty, and they will be in accordance
with, Upton's Revised Infantry and
Artillery Tactics, as amended by al:
terations, or modifications from the
War Department.
There willbe a grand military ball
in the main hall of the Sub-Tropical
Exposition, Thursday evening, April
10, 1890; music by Gartland's famous
Tenth Regiment Band, of New York.
The money prizes will be placed in
Bank to the credit of the judges before
the prize drill begins. Only white
companies will be allowed to compete.


THE SHORT LINE
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NORTH and WEST.
For Tickets, Maps,
Schedules and Sleep-
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Apply to
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Dist. Pass. Agent.
75 West Bay Street,


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Captain H. R. Anderson, St. Au-
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Lieutenant C. Deems, St. Augus-

I Lieutenant. John E. McMahon, St.'
Augustine.
Lieutenant H.J. Slotum, Aiken,;
N northh Carolina. ,
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S1 Major General (Commanding) John
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S Major General Oliver 0., Howard,
S New.York City', '., '
I Brigadier General Nelson E. Miles,
San Francisco, Cal.
SBrigadier General David Stanley,
,, San Anton io, Texas.
Brigadier General John Gibbon,
SVancouverWashington.
( Brigadied General ThosI H. Ruger,
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Brigadier General Wesley Merritt,
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to Visit his establishment where he will be
glad to furnish them with Orange Blossoms
and fruit for shipment to their sisters, and
their cousins, and their aunts," and their
sweethearts, too.
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giving information relating to FLORIDA and
how to secure an Orange Grove upon reason-
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A fine line of IMPORTED and DOMESTIC
Winter pilgrims and visitors to the drill
will do well to remember that J. B. TOGNI,
handles only the be-t. Give him a call.
HARRY MASONS
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At the Coiner ,of Bay and Julia, is stocked
with a fine lot of Imported and Domestic
Wines, 1quors .and cigars.
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totle S. F. & W. Ry., the J. T. &. K.
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.epots.
"-l Louis C0 Hoefer,?
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
H arnoess, Sa les,', ,rl ,oll~ro
Whips, Cushions, Trunk Straps Etc. Repair-
ing promptly attended to ,
50 W. Forsyth St., between Lau.a and Pine,
Jacksonville, Florida.
CHAS. J. BRITZ,
Corner Bay and Newnan Sts., Jacksonville,
Restaurant Oyster and Chop House


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was fought some years ago, consisted
of 26,661 infantry, 8,735 cavalry, 6,877.
artfllevy, and 33,41. allies. The French
army hichsucceeded in making the
occasionon quite an interesting oune, for
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man by the name of jonaparte, and
, consisted of 48.950 infantry, 15,765 Cav-
Salry, arid 7,732 artillery.
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of Main and Forsyth Sts., and now
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