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"^l~~ ,Tw O ? Oii NiTn




.^ How the Railway anfthe Canal Companies Have

Gobbled the Lands of the People


of Florida.


'ATE*HAS BEEN NEARLY SWALLOWED
d



it Although These 66oPorations Have Been Gorged

.. / WithF 0ubll Favors, Tcliu flre Still Greelu
for Moro.
-tiv. i .




I fHAT SHOULD :fTARTIE L F. I AN+S,




lmed: by Thele Corporations for Which
l| pnt, Yet They.Still Asserta Right

Hcers by Extortionate ]ates
-*, inate the Politics of the
:o ate of Florida.


1


d


appointment of a committee of three to
examine and report what quantity of
land has been already convey.e,:l to the
several railroad and, cmal compares of
this state, under grants made pr,-vious to
the payment by the trustees of the Inter-
nal Improvement fund. of the deht ere-
ating the lien upon saiM lands, and hIow
mrcrh more is still claimed by saMd coqlo-
rations. beg leave to state that they have
given to the subject matter entrusted the
most careful study and through inv'esti-
gation, and resplt:,.,.fully submit the fol-
lowing report, with accompanying exhib-
its, as tile result of their labors:
It is the Internal Imprrovement fund]
with which yoUVr colnllittee have been
mainly engaged. And to r ,present a s1m-
plified form of the Internal imnrrovemerit
system, for a proper under.--tanding ,:,f thet
matter uide ,:,n.ideration, a review of
its past history is necessary.
The Internal Imprirovemnent furnd con-
sists of lands granted to the state of Flor-
ida by the United-1 States.
Tile firzt grant wa malade by an act of
congress of Selptermnber the Ith, B11. to
take effect upon tile adml.is:.)n of Florida
as a state into, the Union, which hapen-
ed on March 3. 1545.
This grant was for ii." a.re of lan.],
and for internal imlproveument. ptii p,-.=s.
These laridt are. known as internal im-
pr-omenent lands, proper.
The second grantt %as by an act of
tigresis of September N<. 1B5t. It grantedl
1w .,hole of the swarnp and overflowed
lands in the state at that timne belonging
tosthe United States, and iiatde ,by re-.on
of ib,_ing overflowed and unfit for culti-
vat ion.
By the terms of this act these land.',
which oare ,nommnly known az 9.n1,
AJand, L were, attel: being- s -leeted ar ptt-
entild, to le il-j-.t t il the d.ipo-al of the.-
IegJ lIture of the stUMt-?, with the p ,,ioo.
th.t tle proceed ,-f aidt -yrds, vh:.er
from sale or direct appropriation inl kind.
-hotU be al)l:Ihrd ex lu- iy, a-? far as
necee.-ary. to the ,purp,,e o:f rt.ieim ing
said lands- by m:ne.-? of levees nnd doilin.
There -as io, su-u>h proviso a ` to Oitt
internal imn :'roveri'eiit I.f,] pliOter !.
Un,:er these grants the state has re-
eeive,.1 patents for l.1.) '.75 acrs.
The legislature of Floridla on JaIuiary f,.
1,,, passe] vwhat i.I known as thie internial
imn r:ivene,:nt act. This act \,e.t':-d all of
the internal in|proveenlent lands s proper
then uis,-old, as well as all thesw-.,nmp arLi
ov,:,erfloed lands on hanld, with all the
proceeds that had been accumulated, in
The governor, comptroHer, treasure-r, at-
torney-geineral and cCmminllSz-ioller of lands.
as a liorrd of trustees to carry cout tile
provisions of the act.
A-, proper ob,,jects entitkd to the benefits
of this enterprise the act ,;d].si.ntes thie
following proposeJd lines of railroads and
canals, viz:
A line of railroad from St. Johns river
at Jacksonville to the waters .of Pelnsa-
ecla bay. with anf extension from stuitabi.,
p,:ints on said line to St. Marks river at
\'\hit:- Bluff oil A pa.Ia,:lhi cola bay, in Mt,:I-
dle Florida. and St. And."ew's bay in
\Ve-:t Floida: Lind. a lIn1t from An-lia isI-
.and. on the Atlantic. to the wate-'r of
T.impu ,.iV Soth Flrida, V.-ith an ex-
tension t.htW lkYar Key, inl E.-t Florlida:
also a- ,daini'fr>:,jni the wat-i( of St. Juhiis
river on Laile H"aT '?lthe waters of
!the Indian riv-r. *^ .. .-
'..-'" 'l ,this act rlie comirnl i.a :.. iichieh. 0 g-.t


thorized to i;s tip' cout pon bonds .o the
amount of $10.,."j.i per niile on each section
of ten miles of complreted railroad they
migZht construct, and additional bond
for brides over thie Suwanee? and other
rivers. and a structure to crsi, fromn thr
we.t side of Na-au river to Amelia isl-

S 1 b,.,l,] ere t) f rail le not r: oli:?e
than thirty-five yea-rs from their date,
and to bear ilte'rest at not orlfe than 7
per cent per annuh, ipayal:el semi-
a.nritiallv, and, be -a first lieln on the road.
Tile tru.-.t,:-es weire authorized to endorse
upoln these ioli- a guarantee thli.t tile IIn-
teirnal Inprovement fund wat. oelged to
I,,ay the irtere.-t on said lon,-;, which
w.sS evi,_-nd co-Upo,,n5 lattn'ing every
-i?; nontth-?.
Under this5 aith,:,rity to railioa,.li arnd
c-..a llI to i::ul~e bondr-1 an,- coiip, i!;, this
ef ,l'nOtls a d vl, exa tious ,:ebt w a~? iii-

lnmne,.iatfly after illi. /passage of tihe
atct, fo-I.Ir iailh',a, cOlmpjaiii'-, olf'gaiize'J
ai-,. avatilcl tl-,eni-,ehv-i, of the p'ovi'-,on-"
,:,f thie ,-,:t; and~ u~po.nl' the-ir" ,"Ohitruc-tiori
bn.d!..! wxere: i-,?UOId. \ith it. sitl trai-itee I.,.y
th~e tr'tlte-;- tha-t tihe coupon, tlr,:reori
shoti!,:l. be p.aid ;at n:L i~iit\-, and oif tlh-
Intel'nal !ll if toV\'cmertt fuan.:i.
"The,? raih',oad conp.in]'+;- wl~ich iso .ed
l,,,n,-, andl tii,:. ni.!i,)iriti toi w iich theyv wet',
i~s'lid, v,'it i.H a tlr-,r litee eri~lor.-enmelt o.:f
the- eou.pon-_ b.. the tl'tlqlrei-s. 9.eie"
Pc.ii-ac.,; t n,- G_-orgia Railroa,.
cr-.niI" m :,". .... .. .. .. .. ... t" ""2ii. i 'i
"T-Ill.tli.:s-,: R aill",ad com pa: n yl .. .. *"-,.,.ir'.i
F l,:,' i..a Fiailrog,-id c.,:,nm r',.n .'. $ t ,i~ij..i
Flo:,ri,:la Arlantie an.I <_;nlf (',-rntrlil
t-R l'aii o 'l c m ay..1 eo 11 .."v ... .... .. &:'-',..i'l~iin
T o ta l I . . . . ... .$ _. ,;..'_'7,i ,.i
The first nanled railhoadl eoinpany.' Iuilt
the i'oad: fi-',i Lake Citv to Qtithn,2y Ih
-e-,-,on,- Feeon'trutit,,d thor fr'olm St. MIrt'i.-


to Tail.+`hn see: th,, third built that from
Frnaithida to, ('edar KIy: and the fourth
I.uilr that from a,-. ,onviile to Lake -ity.
The anniu.lal inter,-t"on this anlount of
l.:ion,!. end.;or-edl anl uaranteed blI:y the
Intrn-al lnIprorve,,', tent fund., \wa $2'.1.7,'i,
p_,ayabl le sern i-a nlnia 1,.
Prior to the w+ar the tru.lt-eeP hadI to
r,pa vmery lrtrge aMountls of thi- interest
debt. th' railroad-, pa\ ing :,utl little.
After the war the railroads still failed
to: pay int.r-'.st on their :,ondr ar ill ha% ag
failed to pay the sinking- fund of one'-half
of one per c(:enit annuallyit" ,o e te amount
of their stok arnd fon.-,: deblt, and re-
quiiired b:,y the IrtternaJ Inmprovelllent act.
the trul tees, tlliier the power given then-
t.,,., 'ie-act. eize,: and sold ,lte several
railroads as foll,:w.:
Florida, railroad, in 1S67.
Florida Atlantic and Gulf Central rail-
road, in 1^.S.
Peisac-la and: G e,:,rgia railroad, in 1'_.
Tatllahassee railroad, "in 1' C9.
Tlie effect of suc:li .?ales was to relieve
the railroads from all lien of the bo.n-Ir
1, CO uaoll'.z, except the. one-half of one
per cent, payt:le semi-annually. as a sink-
inlz, fund. and to which ilhe-?e railroads
aLe still suibect. and may ,be seize-] at any
timle Upo.1_,n their failure to pay the said
one-hailf ,-of one per eent. so olulg a; anv
of their 'bnd a"e due and outstanding.
Th._-_".e Zsales left tihe 'I- Lterral l i .riov.e-
intt fonil alone re ro_ ii_ ie t',:,r ,nteret' .
The ailr.:',id coiri:panie %- were left b-ink-
rtLpt. and the stock received, by. the trus-
te;. for interest paymentss was like that
of the counties an-i private per-ons,
x worthless.
By the sale of these railroads thee were
retired and can:eelled the following bonds:


'!-''


II


uiatlon of reformation In the dem-
'prty of the state Is one that in-
Ate future of a party consolida-
r'W~e principles, It strictly adhered
tl.-a' Intelligent exercise o'f self-in'-
.ant^'the greatest atta,lnable gen-
ea .Vt., .le question should not be
i'_e.Lheat of passion, nor for
i p bf displacing one branch 'of
.rty rwf ofnee an& installing" s'an-
tout upon Its merits. Acts brought
..errors pointed .out and .methods
d the party as a whvo le jeradl-
-existing and, .l'ni. bitter feel-
indered by extreme acts perpe-
lth a knoWlejdge, of power for
mrposep ,and Cntere-sts, and not do
t6" either the people or "the cor-
s; nr-lo injustice to .ie people
,*gdgrdltig their ,wishes'pabficiy'ex-,-
*by pollecal Intrigues, norinj.us-
,t idratlons .by engendering
g ugh aets of self-lntL ~est
n rolkcd. 'It waN p bfe
ee -who clea'te1. ihe
0 ,'.to 'he necess5i ty%
ida ng ere,!.v b
of power" r or


Ing patented, prov'lJd:e they have been
properly selected; therefore,
Be it resolved by the legi nature of the
state of Florida, That our governor and
senators be instructed, and our rc-,resent-
.atlyves In congress be re,:lUeate,:, thit ,)
faa"js may be consistent with th,-ir duties
in 1oongress, to Ijcause an Jnvestlgati.on t.o.
bIe made to a:-:ertain as to whether ithe,
selec-ticlns of lands in the state have bees
legally and properly made, and should it
be found that said lands have been so
selected, that they use their best endeav-
ors to ,have them ,patelte,. and 1,: 1.1hould]
they find that any of said fand.s have ,been
improperly selected, and are .-suh land,
as should be held for settling, that they
use their best ende-avors to have thelm
relea-sed., i.n orler that .iild lands may be
Lrpiica' for enitry by actual settlers.
Resolved ffirther, Ths.t the se.:.retary of
.-tate be requestlOd -to furnish to each of
our senators and repre-ent'itiven it con-
gress a c ertifled copy of this .ntemorial.
The'"resolution passed both branche. of
the legislature and was vetoed v G,, -
ernor Fleming. The. v resolution was 1.ut
just amd the people of t[ie state rec.-_-
nize .,hat there. were thousa~nd,:s ..ofac~rs
of, land n these. selections that. w"-ee i.nott
.*swamp.v and .ovterflowwd .and, It. thZat, ine
Sre .u.pat entte-d. :,I .j u. t'i'w.'.0 t i'. pe- le.
t ": .Po


'o pen to6r e nt riy,' lWile' t h e, I an, h]s'6t ly' ',dI u.
0ti. railroads shoul,1 havel..pn patenttd
to th em. Every ch.-art.-r grant,.Ad y 'the
legislature, for the onstructiOn ,of a rail-
roa-d which contains such grant 'reads a-
followus: "*'-- aicre of lind granted to
the state of Florida. unleract of CongL'es-?.
September 2, 1ipi,," bea.iinzg upon its face
the s.tate-nment that the grant is to 1),
swamp and overflowed lands. The charter
is considered fully by all who interest
themselves in building the road, in fact.
t.he whole contra-t for the ,.ontrChtion
is upon the swamp and ovrflowedI lan.]
ba-i;. Tile selection of high and ,lry landl-
is not considered in the transacetion. If the
high .and ,:Irt land; are allowed to e e.- 9-
lected it does not facilitate the building
of .the road in thie least; the differencec.
however, in the ,ri.e- obt-ii-e w-h,.n the
lands are put upor, the market .,1,0-: :,ne-
fit the incorporators by rtric-hing them at
the sacrifie of a honme or a right of en-
try to every 1iv a.,cres ?o selet d. thu~: de-
priving any p"f,-on who,- wishes to enter
such its a honl'tead from his righrs.
Th- rp,corer th,1 party the gre.ater t h.
wrong eonnit,--,: ld to enri:h eiAht or t-ri
rt:corporatol'?. Had the governor acted fa-
voraly toward this repohlti,:on it would
surely- h e adjusted to a re-tt extent
the vex.tiou; laind que-;ti,-n of our stitne.
The Tollr, wing resolution 9.a. also in-
trod uce7d and ad.,pted:
Where;-.t. W'hen large giants of I-,n,1
we-re miad.be ,by :-. the i l e. islature of the st. -.
of Flohrdli t,:, -rorations, in somn ce.t-,:
ex et ,;d]ing three million off ateres. <.,I
lain,.l w.e inounirtere, by th ,-, lean -.,f the
rustee? ,-,f the Internal pov,-,enent tln,.l,
whic-h amio,-inted-. to 'in -nornmjii.i,- .- ll .'f
mone-y. It '.~?the intei-ritrina of thp e,-
kiturte. asz how-n by tit; acts im-ikin'. th,
railsl. thiat the corr, ,' ilt-'. to wholn the
grants were inadlte. -should,. oitef,)ie Ieing ,-?I-
titi-l to the land. gralitd ., have to I:,a;yI
a jult pr!oplortion of ?aid. d ot of .,nd in-
ternaI l i pnrIi -ovr cement fuln.d1; an,-d.
Wh.Treoa-. S:,id lien w'.vi remoe, ,from
sai. landls by tihe p-,ayment of s.,I-id de-t
witlth te 'funds of the intern-fl inlro,'e-
mit t ful.l'i. w.itl',' ri.: .,tnny cavi; or' exle--r.
of sali,- corporation, anll.
Whereas, Had it not eei conttemplate,1
by the legislature when i.ih:'h tlnac,"Lnient
tv:ts made, that -aid ,orpo'aton wold
hav-f to pay a just proportion of s:.i~d
debt of the Internal IinprVc-eIIne t fiiid
said land -]ants would have b,-een greatly
retdu.ced; therefore, be it
Re-olved, That a committee of three ibe
appointed to examine, arid% re -rt what
':quantity of land h--,- bjeen already con-
veye..d to thle several railroad.: o a.:d anal
,o mnpanies of this- state tI ..undlr grr It-
ntade previous to the paynment by th-
tru'.tees of the Internal Imnproveent futid
of ,the ,:1--t -creating the lien tn on -aid
landl, and ,how much more, .-is still
clainted.I by said corporation! .
Resolved se.-ond]. That said committee
lie diirected'.]1o consult the attoriey-gen.r.I
as to w hat cOui-e sholtb.i e- pursued in or-
d:er to atbtain a proper, just and final all-
ju:tmnit arid. ;ett!e 11ent of al['clanms 0
.Fuch c-orri',rationz a agaln t said fIlld.
A committee' was also appointed whlc_.h
madle the a-ccompanyingl report:
Mr. Pirrong. chairman of .f-.ecial ,-.l it-
tee, at-pointed under senate Iesolution No.
9, sublltted, tie follow ing iel.port:
Selste Chamber.
., Tallahassee. Fla., May 'S, 1%9.
Hon. J. B. Wall. President of the Senate:
Sir-Your co,,mmlnittee a p:p.o)inte,.d under
senate resolution No. proidin for tile


ber i, 11- ,42, iK: ., -
Sinc-4th,.c0'p<3+'i %io?''..ot the four origin-
al railroads,, whi''.ereated the indebted-
ness of the-lntermn Fainfrove-ient fund, a
large number of railroads and caink in
this state have been constructe.d throtih
the instrumentalit,, of the Initernal Im-
po've-mendt fUd.
All of the railroad-, Ivand canals.v, with
the excep-tion of the tou" original one..
now, operating in this itate h.ihe b:ee
built lualnly by the aid of Jand grants as
provide, for in the general incorporatioa
act of February 19. 1574. andl the amn,-nda-
tory act- thereto, and by .1'peial leila-
ti-.e grants aiade Iln their rie- ,ectiive
.,h.rters.
All o:f -u:h railroads and ,'anali whih
have r,,eived land grants und-er and by
the general incorrpcratiu.t at ,,of Febi Li.r:,'
01. 1S74. and the ame-ndat,:ory a,:it. thereto.
have taken s-tc-h land= under tih, 'follow-
in-_- p. i-riv containEd in .+.:i,. ,:,t, to-wit:
"Pr,,i.ed. h,, ever. That the land,- to
i.,e located more than si. miile- from any
-.i,h railroadl or canal to il.,pply any deft-
eien,:.:y as aforesaid, shill lie granted ul:,-
.ect t, y1 H lien now exi-tin, thl'ereol iy.v
r',:t-11 i of &iny ind,:el.,t-ernes incurred undi]er
thIT laws of this state."
An.. railroads al;]-i canli;.- whi h hi\ve
r-:,in the r ecipients of spec-ial land Lrant.-
I.,y a |ei--iat\-e eh L'ter hia\e nearly all
received suic.h landl, with the fihwing-
provi,, o '.ntalne, in thiir chart,:.r-.
-"ProvMidd. h.wever. That the grant of
lands nt d ,l ,y th:c se,:.tion i mn.-ile ul,-
j,:t t ) the rights r,f all ,rel ,r.- of the
lrtern,.i, 1 I ,ro\'em ent f:.ind. ar.1 to the
trui t- to w hi.ch ?- I,, fun,- i-i a_,l: i :,le
ti,] .ul:,j,:-r under .an act efititlei- ".An act
to provi-ie for and en:'-our.Ige a Iiberil
.ys-tent of,, internal impr, rovenlents in thl,
'titt. arpp:rove, .Jatar. y _._.-..- ald sub-
,Ic-1m.t to control, mani emint sale al-] p-
-,lic.:r ,n of s:,id, flir,,:. ai-il the- land.-" con-
stitutin,._ the sani,?. 1by the trustee.- .:,E the
irte 'ria improvement fun.. for the pil'r-
po,:-e :.t the said trults under the act.'
"*Provided, however. That the title t,-.
the lind, grantEd in this. section i- n,:,t
to ve-t until they shall ie 'eleased' from
the ,. .existing n.g-'i t itd,]
trutt funI, it being the pur :o-:e f thi.
e,--t;,:.n to grant .the resid ary intere-t
or the tate in thle land-14 granted I,-v said
art of September *2S. ISB,,i, afte-r -iti.fiction
has -,, i mnide of said inilbteln-s:; ,to) the
extent or in the iiiantity h-reby inr.i-
c.ite, to -id sorie ra- l"oad com ,.lny."
T"hi: railroads and ,'oalsa in tlhii state,
whmi.h are z-ubject to the foregoing proli-
ions are partkiularly set forth in the fol-
Io-xing schedule, which show z5 the num-
ber of acres of land whi,%hl ha_-- been con-
veyed t.o each railroad and ciral conm-
pany Iy the trustees of the Internal im-
pro\mrnent fund. under the general in-
corporation r-T-of February V4. lB71. and'
the amnends.to.ry acts .thereto,. an.d also
under sPeeial charter grants by the leg-
islature of Florida; and also the. numrnber
of are.- claimed to be still Ode undel,lr aid
grant.-, to be satisfied from any swamp
ind overflowedl land which may no-w be-
Jon to the Internal Inmrorovement fund,
ind not otherwise aplpropriated., or from
lan,-1. yet t3 be patented to the Ptate.
See schedule.-"D."
1. D.-
Liit of Linds Conveyed ( io Rn jlnoilln
nnd I_-'nit by thie Tru-tee. of (lie
Internal. Improvemneut Fund.
JACOI, 1NAI LLE, TAMPA AND KEY
WEST RAILWAY C Y COMPANY AND
RAILRO;pS UNDER ITS MANAGE-
M INT:._. .
Co 1l unerl on page twelve.
::7" 2


There i honesty enough in the 1book'to
be without (laim for Mr. Pullman that'
he and none other was the inventor, but
that 1,1s; was the brain to first conceive
it is cleverly intimated.
The Ibook opens with this statement:
At just v.hat time i lMr. Pullman first
I:egbn thinking_ on the subjIect of slepi:inK
rarse he hinm-elf woul,], fcrhaf,, find it
? 'd- to tell. The problem had been raised
by the completion of vwhat th-n wece econ-
sidered lIo lines of 'railroad?. Mr. Pull-
,1an was at that time a young malan. In
a general j-y the slee!,ing car an.] its
pos-ibilitic- had floated throug-h, hismhind
and n11 had casoially diseu-e,l the ntat-
ter 11th friend"1.
Hi firzt :erliouti attention to it. how-
,'ver. date- from a ct-rtain night journey
lie n.de about that timne fiim ,uffalo to
Wc;_tl~eid. It wa- a sixty-miln ride .nd
he occupid a builk in o:,ie of the Ow -
cali-d seeing cors of that epoch. During
the journey lie Liy.. avake, revolving in
hi--" indir, l pvlan- by which the clr .o l.
be tran5:f'orntEd into a ,dormitory. i
wvhich there ,' w-,ciul, .l1.- a -r-ater degr-e
of comfort and |.l,_an,:,e WhX-i.7 it cannot
be ;aid that hi., det*rnmination to make
40--ering-Car ,,contruction the occupation
of his life ,d-1ates from that pat.riiultr
nig!-t'-_ ri,.le, it i- c ertat n that h,:- left th.:
train at \ e'trel. convile, that h. c(old'1.1,
h iul.l a belt,--r c-tr than th- one rle hhad
jlz.t -111cu-,l 1. an,1 ,im l'. ?e %ing, even thu-"
,- I. Ilrv. tlie r,,-,- i illit\ o f t ,i.re i.c- 'l in
Ih.rt ,il ctiou t fi-,-I,. for h .liZ life .volk.
Renl Inventlor of tl, ie ]elorlpit.: Thi.s is I ry pretty. It is tlhe latest. If
thle writer had oI -',one to, :'.42 \VWe--t
Ad.-in,-m- .tr-,t he w-.ould have di'coverod
".t Mii:t whiat t le n h Mr. Pullman b,--an
thik-iin- o(, X !-:lpin car." Ar. that rnum-
I.,1-r n_,s li\,,l Ianv years M.r?. .Gren- .
dilo-.v of the l.-in who first *,-t Mr. Pull-
n1i13n thirl.inn of l; ,pirf.- ears--a. \onva-:n
_f rtile and- rein_.!, who looks anl talk?-
more i-e a, lady thin m ,-iny 'of her sex
who. v.itli ntillionls fit their command.
Ioh,!"1- in th fliPrery of fashion. Sho
ninke-. no bitter comnplaint.: she has noth-
ing ,-1,ro.,atoiv to s:,y of Mr. Pu.illman:
M-he does not rail at fate. hi- mzerely pon-
,.lerc on the strangeness of its d-erees
which ('olimimits t he originator (f'- an
enterprise to a pauper's grave an,] iwtlow-
eri' richie-,' on an associate who appropri-
ated his friend's idea.
Plynon B. Greene was borne in Brandon.
Vt in IS"29. Twent,, years later he mar-
ried in Lowell, MA-s., and in M.i caime to
Chi,:ago. Gre.ne opene,:d a photografrh gal-
lery at 47 Lake street. He mlade a fair
living, but was always discontented. He'
was a lose reader of "-sielntitie books
and was always promising his wife that
sonme d he w'o1uld get rich on a thought
he had in mind. He told her it w.as to
deise an adjustable c.r berth. About
IS% he rnet George M. Pullman, who "as
a .struggling housentmover. Greene con-
fided in Pultman an.] showed himn the
drawings of a model -hich was almost
completed.
IndispuUtable records show that Greene
obtained a patent for his plan in 1S57,
two years before Pullman's patent "wa.s
oI:,ta -neA. Greene's patent was for a
:le,,ping cir, emibodying in general out-
line trhe principles of the Pullnan sleep-
ing" ,ar of today.
(:reene' Ihien Proved I Seees.fni.
Greene waq unable, through want of
funds, to push his Invention, and after
he had made vain efforts for a trial on
the Mhchigan Central and the Chicago,
Burlington and Quincy railroad%, he gave


"?";""".^ b' ':"cp "wih d'e
|,r.Brial;,powcr; .but one -'sImply -to "act as
7**,^i*.eq a.HzetitOn' boa ,d. :between, the .peo-
T e', aund',tlie railroads.-"This places' both
h'he produced -and the railroads .-on equal
l"oting. The two interest. .cannot:'be
'^.ildea, 'for tOhe one is dependent upon'the
\her-the traffic receipts for, the prosel-ity
7 :';.;:,...the -one, the ,transportation equally'^ as
1' W essary -for -the prosperity of the ot.her.
'sl'ftuld we admit the establishing of a
,-/-.o::b rd with extreme powers, we xwoul: :e
;..',gul ty.of committing.an error by granting
1 po 1r'rto enforce extreme and tluijust
measures-a power objectionable and -"e-

stfrubtive 'to free ,and just'.gov'ernmnent.
""The establishment of a, commission a an
equalization boar, Mreassures the produ,..r
aLrid assures those who enter out- state
for the purpose o~f investing in productive
interests that their rights are gt0arded,
twhileit guarantees to men of capital who
wish to invest In railroad properties it-,
.the state that their interests are proztected
)as well; that they neti. not fear; .that an
",.equitable com mrnls.on has been e-ital,,he.
'and a iust state policy as regards corpora-
,tilon Interests has been adopted by the
p people.
I speak As only',one of the committee.
but I venture .to say I voice the sent,-
ments of -all, not a? the individual o,-in-
ion of each, bu't as 'the agreed and1 united
conclusion of -all. This conclusion brought
f, forth the address in which grievan-.
truly existing are set forth and whic,:h
need correction. True, this is not plea-
amt to -those who have been interested in
creatirig them, and we do not sta, te th,,-
.creating them are not de~morat-, but
recognize them as among ou'r first ,men of
the state; and the e-teemn we hold for
them as demnoerats mid loyal citizen- i-
--not misplaced. We defend them iin-tirlt
7' a any accusation. of dishone-ty 'or .,.orruti-
,tton, but we do think that po-'sesilofi ,f
power and position has impaired -their
finer sense of Justi.e, and with self-inmtr-
est uncon-trolle,:l and temperedl with chart-
ty, they have erred, not only as regardli
,their policy toward the people, bu,.t in
justl.ce to themselves. We claim aq demnto-
crats ,a'nd citizens a right to place those
grievances before the people, asking them
-to .Inform themselves fully and a.ct in the
primaries -as they deem junJt. The time to
;act Is in -the primaries, for futuree Ftate
policies are formed there. ''
i. -'.The grle\'ances set fourth -in the addres.-
of the committee are not all that stiould
be considered in connection with the
..,-question, and personally (not as a nlem-
'ber-of t-he committee) I would respectfully
call the attention o'f the people to the f.fl-
".*...wing. During the session of the legi-
.'., ,ature .of 1.SS9 this resolution was'', ittro-
; *'du~ce%:
1,_,N%1;. hereas, ge%'eral millionis of .aeres of
.i'amll h.ve been selected under'"d~e act of
'*..'..Cong'ress of 1S5f1, granting, s.a'ip and
joa'.f'erflowed -lands to the state WT'Florda.
; 'fA',wilf'any of these lands s .-elccted,
p,'Ve;i been ,patented, to tUp state "for sev-
er gyeays,'p'aw6-;.and, ,
*...Whereas,.gjti:the lanJs- selected are
V.. 1_ P' --' *,;
.7'i~a~~pd.:n,: R .rfoe.i lati,.: .they. sth u l-i
a. -{ nt, h,, the 6'u~e; a, n ,
a,, '3 t,-i1 believ., that the'reS'n

p t,iJ s re .e l t is....

t~~~~~ee wa a r X,. P.n,, rb-
m ild', ,'!' +." -1-; "


bors in-the old day-s. Melville E..S-tffie.
and his people a.ll knew about it. I 'ha-Y,
nothing bitter to say against Mr. Pull4
man, only I thought it strange that he
should be philanthropic In other directions
and turn away front us."

IND)IAN INSTRliCTION.

How iUuncle Sain', W{ard.m are Edu-
eied! nl C'nrlisle.
rei ih,? Editor o[ lh>i? TIM.E'S-PMNON.
Judging that the many readers of the
Tin-es-[nlion would be intertpst,-li-n H know-
inlg -oml-thinz of how the ancient owners
of this cotintry are being edtucate,., as a
vi-it,:,r to the Indlian in,.lu trial school at
'atli.-le. Pa., and a resident ,:,f that city
f,-,r nine m,:nthz. I write what I aw and
h,eard1.
The s'hoo,:l i situated on the outskirts
,:,f the town. not far from, the hlau dful
rorge of th Elue mountains. It is a most
pIleasant site? to visit, andl all are made
to fee]l at houme. being n eesorted aroundI
the grounds andl through the buildings
by littlh- Indian boys.
The head of the school isF the celebrated,
Captain Pratt, who has had experience
wIth Indian! in the We.t, and knows
more c:.olncerning their personal traits and
tile proi-O:,r mean is ,:if inctrueting them
than any other" living white man. The
work in which lie is engaged is nost
eolnmendlable and d_ er\ef the hearty
-upr, ,ort of aIll true Amerlcans.
The exo:nss ,f the school are keptt up
bh- the nauonal goernpient, and the
several buildings tal'e ample and the
-_roundl ar-e ,:lelightftll llaid ,.,ut. The ecos-
tunie c(:, th- young men there ,c.,onsists of
a blue suit with ceca-sional red stripes.
,111,1 that :Of the young women, ,of a plain
I:lack dress, very serviceable. There axe-'
upwardls of nine hundred Iudiani at the
c.l-,-,l, about evenly divided as to sex.
The instru,-ction of the Indian? is a
thorouizh g'rammnar eihool education, and
generally -the scholars are \erv bright.
-xfter their English education, "they .are
taken into tle. different shops where the
trade suitable to each are taugil., and
there thev certainly become v'er" profi-
cient in the different lines. Among the
trades ar,- harness mnakerr, carpenters,
bake'.s. tailor?, dressmakers, cooks, black-
smiths, etet. and it is really maxvtelou-3 to
see the'e former denizens of the forest
-3o practically engaged in this work. After
the completion of their rireparatory work
they go out into the world at large and
become useful members of society.
There is the Indian hand, and so profi-
cient Is it that it t,)ok the third prize at
tlhe late Columbian exposition. They have
giv-n concerts at most of the large cities
and all are loud in their praises of the
great mnusical excellence of the selections.
Their commencement exercises came off
the lat of Februa.ry, and United States
government officials, old Indian chief:9
and a great concourse of people were
present to listen 19 an excellent rendition
of a- fine proErarh. It Is surprising to
think of uch a projfitable exhibition being
given by Indians. To really appreciate it
you must visit them at their home in
Carlisle. GEORGE WM. BELL.
C'nlarrh Crnnot be Cured
with local. applications, as they cannot
reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh
is a blood or constitutional disease, ajnd
in order to.cure It you Tnust take in-
ternal remedies. Hall's Caitarrh Cure is
taken internally, and acts directly on the
blood and mucous su't1a4ces." Hall's
Catarrh Cure is not a q_, rnedicdne.
It was prescribed by one 6-f the best
physicians in this country fOr'years and
is a regular prescription. It Is composed
of the best tonics known, combine with
the best blood puriflers,a4.ng 1 directly
on the mtucous supfa.ej llie perfect-'
combination of the tw( ^^ifnts is'
what produces such -won to ults in
curing Catarrh. Send fo.t -ttaonulft,
free. F. J. C-q:BNj]I? & CO.,
,P bpp,,"Toado, 0.
Sold by Druggists, pc 75 *61M .


of the most- fnir oo"' at:ctiolbs'' g!
passed by the first l egilature~ w
statute, only six ]ine s I1 i ..g ...
Clare.] that women who %,e-'.tre-P
the United States and of t'-lUe',_ei`
Wyoming, or who "had* declaceg t.
tentions to become such, "ri
in'Vested with all political" right,
franchises and responsibilIties'
citizens. ThIVs act was approved
1u, I1%9, and at the rime of UStsli,
is believed, there was no-t. R sin,
ai'e advocate of "woman's riti ',4
whole territon-. in fact, th4 -?.
seems to have b-en entere^-17o-A;iv i
lightly, more in je,-tt than,, ean e's
for policy than for justice.. and',
it was believed that it woutd'atra't-.ta:
notice of persons who. might be. thlh f
of emigrating to a new
Women "aRs J._ops,~t -.L. .
But as soon as .women.- secured. .their^,.;':;Y
political rights in Wyoming -Athe, we're
called upon to undertake the.,respdnsibitl- '
ties that accompanied' them. Althoug -:ih
they had not sought nor desired'suffr:age;_'.
as soon as they got ,it -they "Obecame 'i-tt .,:
zens with a vengeance,. apd the coutity..
comirnisssJoners drew a number of them
to serve as jurors in the".flrst section of'
the court. The women were not disposed'
to do jury duty,, but Governor Campbell
and Chief Justice Howe persuaded ;them
to accept the responsibility from ,:Which
they shrank, and they finally agreed to do
so. Ft was a noticeable fact that one pf
the" first results of the presence of worn-
.ept was the cleaning and papering. oftl. 'm
grand, jury room and other parts' of 't9We
court-house. The First trial in ,which tte..
women served as jurors was a, wmrdu
case, and the defendant was i-yotoi^"
man. Six of the jury were women..'.^,
is said that the.lawyers for the-:idle.'
were delighted, becausg.-they believed't.:
they would, be able to work upon. th !:.
sympathies and secure, If not an acquU."f
tal, at least a disagreement In. f1,.6r'wl1^
their client. But they were.bill m.B.j .
The female members of the jury regal^^
the .facts just as Conscientiously, asi'ttu -
men, and when they came in fro'i their
deJlIberations they handed up s^Tei'dlct '
of murder in the second degree. A.mtlaer
noticeable result of the bringing otwom-
en Into active participation In the'gov-
ernment of the new, territory was. the
cleaning out of the lawless 'qlas, both
men and women.
Wyomlng people will tell you also that "
election day In their state has alw4ys
been noticeable for ax absence or
of the disgraceful features- tia. tt.ellax
terize the vicinity of 'thle poollsi indai
places where women do not 'vt "'Ioy
say that the women co rn to ihe
quietly, cast their ballots :iad ".go hs
without ,being insulted or ublecteC.
the slightest sign of disrespe-t,._ui td I
the men as a rule try' to 'eB)" a:..tet
example. These, of coure,",ir.tt
tons and reports of a; 'fw1l.
been converted to; beUf."in -A
frage, and it Is pdssblbbe:'t%&kVt
are somewhat colored. y ..":.
Governor Ellnl!,, t^:;
. :Be that as It may, It' .ll".'j'l:i^.
,-tion that every,, -i jr1,6'1S
both adf a state a-Rd aC^. ^O I^
given a cordal a84a.. m8i
dorsemeat of ti sye.,, >
...ontl_ ,,-- .-^._ i .;


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older -o-me-n upn fr i a^^^ion, gt;r1;m if
and young women seldgllsaring then *|
DIscrimination is obsi^We- in tne -.-eC-
tlion >f ,Jres.s m -rterla 0." Y:-or ,,tn. g tlr0
mniatrons; for the J LT.i'"' a he:=tva lr, riiher
skyle anm design tdl, TIPpl,-):.e, Yot E'il -
weMa J.l.ghter, g. an.1 I,^s e?\pzrive Starts 0
" 2 '1c'l- o f r ih h ,:)n a n 1 I. t,: e r
""'^^ftfh 14 mr-.:re or 1.--s ai Far4
|y- ,orn very Informally.
e" ._o'T : ,t form f,.r bt'i.k-
J^^ble anyvvlffere. an-i -ar,: nt-v-:r vvo-"nrirA'
'blte,t.ubles or when vvMitln1'. T'h- C v Nil G
+. the entire fa'". and'- ,- inv-t \w'orn
ek or bl.i.?,k .and.] w hit-: pliln tulle"-
Il l^or of th >dress or hat. i.-z .fl) wwrn Against t
A, ernoon rec- tlr,lr3 one ,I,1.ie rnLL
we.a f l. t e,0 thl-iti is re r, i.- for a Sr1
.nq, reeves to tfi.-- Ahow and l'e"-'K*
cut ha ft 'e arrl'ropr-aiti p tvids: pl~o~v-
are OalvvSN cprn, tan color or white. TI DOE"N'T
,haiir is whM -;()ft ,.-o:l high ,cr I,)w ,
.also b-3.id | wavc. 3 from the.? 'i,.e.- '
and back, . single curL 'over ,the-
forehead, or- ^cle'd over the ears,, a-- The Hot
most berom.ih he girl or w,:,m..tu with and the
thick ha.ir is it "'In it." .but mli-t ha ve-
-her ,locks 0h L d to bN 41 the fa)hion. .-- tution
an ahiry, -a mall effect is 1 n.,tri-iJ.
To be wel i od and well glovie, is.half
and more ,ser.:et of being, ll HILLSDA I
dressed. .ip .ti-:hmon ,to h-ve- dre.- Md:l.. Jurv :21
homes a pie,:.e of th,? ,-Iresq or when. on.:- li
cou rs s i t &k, stoc1k1ng? to n. _ttch. h han,-le-l o:,n
B t- .ntL 'ueg t the, -.) t in .vogue. R,.l eve-ttl :i v
mot' slipi,-per are wx.:,rn at ,home. li:l-- :.. i.:-_--1, o,


.l- .t ,-,f thv ,,: or1..l, anJ ,arn- to l tiv .--Lin- nke vc-in don't O -whirt- c':.n; 'STEAMSHIP LIN E; ;'"." "
H N O A K I K I n: 'i "l "1 ', 1 'e y,,u,, v ,n ,,nro th':h rr *io.T i tAm.: v,.,,I-..,-' ." ,-... ,
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-Sum mterthe a ile t. at r,1,,- m,-.i_ if t, ,, in ult,,:. t,:, a n .-Parlor l, ,*Ei, |l, of Ih.,, 1 to S aill as F o llo w s: ,






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1.--In ~ Alru ,% i s .: h t r f1[ ol wi:_in te acl trl&to.1 rhn,1 ,m :u. lrt Iit th .ii .:' f .ol,:t-i m.- .- i !,:,n r. Ma., _-,I F.-.t,, Tum^ e y I,,, Joht :3' , 'm ..... l;,!U ., .. .. cr.tv ;, a .:,lT
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Ih.-. in a ^; ; p m ........ A'H MOIZE.,UEM. ....... Turdoa ny t" at 7 :h a
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PVI d' "t 'l'hlat.:y,, f, 'T A, i- on tlt 5.1.0
^^ ^ ^jti| I oa,1,1 ). s,?tr',-i. ', r.: t;lI .- th- 'li"r.-tit 1't.. t ..{i,,, A ... COLE A NA..,', IA, ent F. I RNOP
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I.-._ 'n "1 .ttle ,- I' e ,' ,h _,,,i .,e ,1 l t. i ,- a ,l i '- ,-,IC .; _. .l. .- t .-- ,
nm tlt he 'Lill _--- t. h ] l', l :,1 i ae n1d ,, 2",V:, .I ,ith thl.. tal1101,i [ ;t ' :.-
1;1' l, r-a- go e w th o, a11 air tha t .oe- t1,',, o,"7'-,r ,,.I. .l.v ,,,1. r ta ,o^ ,rr' ti:,n c, f th,:
l^zo-"-. r,_ ee, t oin of ati er. Tfio 1;,.:t v ,: ,,._.-S-. ,,11LI,,NEl Ih,,r -, r ','" W P,.,
o f+-i d a b 3 ="-3 l t =r w h il ], -3,] ~ .--,r c- l'{ 1 it t h ,l ih -,! ,?,=r , lt 1:,N t ltL \ Ce,,f': "











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srnc-ifli .h, a :. fh-tli lv "..I_ o Sanford, Enterprise a d Internmediate Points on the St. -ons R ver










e,+''' '-"1"*'-*- -~ r~l i to e a e,'etH he 11..-'.-; .il [i ..,]\ .: ,,ti,-t.;, i.,,o E'tlt th :1 "e, -1i, h .,_o{ an C-1 .1 t, i1"j,,ur -[- ,,. T ,. ----v2, '-. i If-l., .-.-. i. .. .... -
hey. and itae the fe =laces th.-at Io .t to th -t ,:,o,,,r 1v hi [.t.,r o .eIt, .l,j ,i, .,-I
niu.t Steamer "Evergl-ad~e,


.. l-,e \'or)hT10 L l ti li-, ll.. t'eTl7.)t, trk1. c .,I, 1' R, )i-] ill,":,C f aG'=. iH ,Wl.l !'.," ( i,1 i- f|
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r.^ ^ f ^ .-9P ry' nlet I.I..--" it the it.'tJ'1 *'ll,] :i t ,-. t 11_ ,-uT-;,,;,t 1,: ; ,-,:,li r;..t: ,11 Wiu l: i'-r ,;, .' [ N "-* ^^, ^ u ^ "*l ~ y
S.i.l y went' i'nt it s ,--th to ,ainto it T. w.i th .- i, ,i-r ,.. |,r,- ,,l t l, .,- th 1, l ,',-.. ,oi.l o- ,,-,r tn 1^ Leaves Jacksonville, from foot of Laura St., at 5:00 P.M ., T uesdays anI'
Sg,-,ttn \ i\ ntomL thill.- Ily,-Ill.-n1l.h, T im m ,:,,tt:Y.t. db hein o N :e Saturdays, for Palatka, Sanford, Enierprise,,tandl*ntermediate landings o
.trtu f,:,rIron eaph jdt;- qt,_-,,,l th- ni,,st nmaL.,. 0u-? ,:f lt,,1,7: :n: l,)r b-'.t .F,, the St. Johns river.
'ifie --. r-" Leaves Sanford, 5:00 a.m., and Enterprise, 5:30 a.m., Mondays and
.."~. -.I-th, 1- 11n1t 1,th=+ [ a t I nq l lf, e t. i:, t ll t -. sC. 1, : 1i,: 111-re :1- I II!, ., ,!, :!.at ,,lt
'i:.-,t ,',1.,, tha 1l't, ,,.i.. I .r.I ti. t,. ',. .,t a f,. u Cllv 1t,.,. hursdays, for Jacksonville,
, "g I']:''+ ~ ~ ~ 0 ) 001,1'I tll' 111Ir ,It hf ;.. ',- [, I ll.- I ..
.+"" ~ ~ ei .." et,.d them. t- the w -u t I _at- ieFt,:rr.1r:lg':=M.Mil:-General Passengerand Tieket Offite, 88 WVest Bay St.,Jackson~lle."
ha.V V 11i I "] t ]:l hl o'.1 h tjll, h,:umc,: -tI~e },II A. J. COLE, PascPilger Agent. F M IRONMTONGER Jr.. Fla. ,,=,."P 'g '
11 -Gio sI u io I rQIf el es in : I I o PL 1 i t-:1 Lt V-.5 Bod,,linx"Gre-en, New York. S" 'Ba "., l~on~lP- l'-'"
.4 ,-F ", T h. etv!. i;of ie'_ 01kto r,,t'4 %',I"I Il. r"Ilk-' 11" ,,ldIr,:,.,1 C,-,m :,.tn. .Alt. nut.t!'- NV. H. CFla, .rt. T. M.
5 owin GenNe- rk oo O H V S., Jaceksonville-," Fla
,- n izlie,1 r ,',-n Mille thl,- I..:, ,!:,1 -7I, e fl'-, .2-h.t T h' i 11 hill M" I l, i : T E G G R h ., J. L E L u e n t d e ,,
_,Or N ?' t;; Lf it were .shnr111-z into that pr-en-.- '_.-.[1:=_of" tihl'. I"-:,,i .l 5,, ,n~: u i,-Bowling Green, New York. I Foot; of Hogiam St-., spnvlile, Fla.
brown xw~h i V'l6"rr,. ,ahtr r l :rl tI-w t~ .le ,v vl-.i ':--l +
.... General A ge.. "-
ne xve ,r s e t, ,:.: ,.. Lil,,.l ,,. .. ,I.:0 thI ,! IW 3 1 P oll C L Y D E & ;C O ., G n r l A e t

.3 .j!.c tl a n,.[.allf.N ta.ze .if th,: -.,,, -Zl!:y- 1,1 t.-.LP, ,g. noet-. ...M. 6B...G =, ~r yo
.. .%.: g'~ltla, t ,l" e bu-'l,; .,,1 thI,. :", t. .. .. -"rhO Ftnelit and Fnal4t rnm~ I~t e~g ."-
8t~~~~Sea re~hi pso' lyi .-lla"-'
-1ltfdA d.L t v r n .._ A bjerlean F]a "' :
,..,. ":,.,"W rt-_ ,the feni.ce: s01h t ,,,I Id i,] ho-,,:, 2h? ,,n rn tt_ _qrls a ,: ,',,,..
do r,-: ipa,,In .: y-tr. t1f the .ha o~i :," iI.-I. I,.':,.p1,ri :11 i,-n f,-r a 11 the ,, t 1'v: :
'= m n E e r3:'"hk- a s i f trying t,, -'. t ,, .1 hi' ,,nd' in his l,; _. n .r_ 0 SA A N H T
., i' ..,, t11 whun to lic. jj,.":.t t r.-oti, 1e-r ,-nt ,,7 ." th .,,, r (Central..or 90e Merldlt
Susaj ;r tfr l whie 1 k p-,.1 ath. L k-, t ,_-, ThKelm t,., b e-~n ,, ~ ,1-an aq a City ......... "Lles., ,u y P-,O'k
"1.6ti ,+ l '" ; ..... lir* .... .
.0 trt y u r I.h. y i e n k .:., +' 5 tri-d th e --.t lrl t t: .,- th e :- i, rt- -" n'-ity : l+ .......ha rJu l Y, 2 .
su shil t INa"'.-whee'g.. ..-.+,.

,vih. '6111 ,i5 1 d eI"I I por, 11.:h 3 alJ ,l in g,-tti1,, .-t i nt .,,- -v r th, i. 5co h l l I, i,' x i.0 k
]"ro l1.r1 all.] -i\: f'l"]'+kil 2t j,- ligtCl~l[t l e Art' :t Cnt ieifyt eqr f 1A'OLr ),Y,"{ '
E it IsIF%,rtot: ly' ,ilf.! .ly'" \ hey ki-:,-iw how .t11,1. ,)t I u hlia v, o .. 1 nol v " '', City '' tof .B~ir-"-"
10-Q z t111 --,tv no yf t 4;-:a sa ity
t5 ImlII loo',61;]h. He-.1.) 11v, :) I) ,-- jt.=el nNae 11 lno t e .,Poe rt,:- . .
t 81 L l ( t r a d o l.,,nilLo r C t h y. jI w l-1.
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M PT .e' 1; r B rr.'riltii,:teu r ,-to. .'comri t
to ,!X.aa,^^ ?;J' ^'.^ "%, ^
are in t f;'e Lto,td d .s.d,' onl, "COle.
live witf"h 1.e101r. ...r t?
to be lleue''tlui,:] ihxich'h ovelin-", and
to think ofr.the,.j, on the o]h-r
?..M,-; thloe i O'-, ft'lei tc" ls wboe onlty
il_.l. o:,f a'ettln i ar sore thing cool i
to laiy out o'n a'. re,.6~ape ', 't th-.
other a ot'l. r,- g'T,- ." lttle lappinl : ." t.o.


SVery Simply Dressd.


The Hostess, in; :oboeiving, Should
Never Outdreas Her -Gubsts--
Some Hints for the Men.


.'r('^1'o '^1':.l~h} lThis '.1 t -.s for a jetty. ;ys,-
..r u.+--" t.' -Ia, ', 'ol this 6, p '; g "eg
. r+,-,t+ce,,,r, !,:b: silcret ti'ry 41,ft. ..x
.w "I : ,ia ca.: y1it3'lly r p e1zt P -n 1 o:11.l in' 'ltl ie.
line of ,,_itinun irnrovr'-nts, an. po---
illy thirty f-tt of w.water will le obtaillo-i
on the llar.
Earl'l in th;-, con1e.-?- Mr. M ..llory ?ic-
,ce,,-.,] 1,1 i._ ,t a ta.\ortlboe rpi. t trcon,
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tli,-- ll-,,t e i'rL il th', r1--';t i .- ,n. WX it ll it
- hi,',-,1 th [l ie n 1n ll :,hoii.ltion of th:
,:o|,"T, v v'r.ill b:.' 1I,,:i:t-r.
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ri l',:.i,- !I t Ill1- n,-_\.l: .,-.?;.,.n .
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*a'!,"- thl ,.ir wI:. i il tf i E l .'rt ,S "S 1,lit i- h' L'
I.,.!,:1R. t,-. on: ress. and I Ie livee tli>:- ;il
d:.,, it. COBSERVER.
Hte W ":1, iu 14-r for Once.
[-Is_. F_ nis ;n l i, I v- nt o-,| I the PI-kk l-i l
.,*.1mp which hows,.'.- thtt [t leaIpt one Ihr.av'e
,,|,]L,-r l.,,y i. ,.,i'i du ty. A n'Io11, .the ,-.,: -
-io,, i-:ts t:., the ,: an i on the 1F.-,utr1th Y.a
IrCe y,-,Xln _.n w nifae of i p+ t--riv.tn- nn ,onfe otf Ihe
a ,e r,-tt" C -1:1 r, o par,1 ie .. H-,r h!i. l:,.1"nl > ,': s i n
thli ,-_],.r..l de ail for-th., day, an] had, l:.eel
,,,t,, as a ,, -rntry gm lit liz *_L porl i .i. 1of
the camp. w \vhie viitr-; -re_ n,,ot all,-.'od.
Tlre w\if..., a ',i",-r F i n,', [i 1", "a I-Iv ii ". | him
il ]hi> c,-,n r. t1vn itre,-t. -t-I It ,!i d -, '-:+ eied
h'ism "t {l i r tr r. ShL-- r, n c .,, I.c ,, ;r,.;-t
h 1r 1itt ,. :., .,e.J in ,l-l iz b,- f'_t 'e a lI-\-
+ied l.,.0,re[ uHalt! WNA'h-,, i s Ih,-I're?"
t,-,n.1]y -ha lI-nIe,1 tlhe set1'ry. "WVhy.
j,)11:n, l, ,d n't y_.iu I.:now me"" a 'z.? ,1 IIe
v, itc ,. in ,li0 liT').Ay. ""Y,_o.i. ca n't r o"1"n1,: ,1n\'
n,-arI-r." 'l .e wife_ -'e,. a step-,. "Halt'!
Corporal ot" the e.i',t. J,-,t ?even!" h,_
sI,.:,,ite, 1. The ,cor',,oral ra fro'i rl1,._- guard
t.-rt to fl1,nd thl-. aife con front b. loy Ilet'
zi,.,iitnlel lhk.iwh171nd. A ll th 11 e w- ere fr.:,t
the iar,,e to"wITn. ,1nd 1, e neig'hbo', ,1,,III
tle co rrp ,ral kn-w [tle :cuplh- \N-ill. "'.:.n-
try. what is tlie nmatrer? ThatC s your
%%,fe." le jaid. i lIast-ni.-4,ment. "I know
it." said J,-,hi. with a wink; "but I haven't
h-id m .. oV.'1 V,..'.; Sili e V'.e x,"'e n carried,
an-d I th,-,ight I'd tll av it r,,iw." The sen-
try Ivt soonC -0,11 relieved from duty 'anId
boIqught ice-lcream at the re,-tauran t to
atone for hi. c rueltly.---ocheer Heald.


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C a ........... T u. h r, uly. 24- 4. i p.

Y~.',, g ...............Fr'i.. i. M o Lk I:(.K, p.. "
]Se .+-.- . ........... Mon., A7. 0)'T 0'a. fi
"'-Zes ,:,ui ........... Thurs., Au'g. WO, 5i0 p.t o
ThlFe palace steam -r connecting with the .LSavaln h. Floridla and W'esern rail-'io.
wav i v ,.1 Sr]',. rt lheni. an I'tll [he Floh-i, d a n -ii tld Pevrins,.tlir railroad effer
toi the trav lm-.-l puI .]Lib :i.l? s d hippr)[ -r adv aiit;:>C'Ps equalle DO 0o th',-r line. V i '
Tlr,:,ugh tot.ct.1 and bills of kailwg icj su--d to rrinrcpal points North, East and
Nort i1'-a.f. *. t.
further information and ris.ervati ,on of roorns, see nearest ticket a.ent, or '
h p i:. 5 to i :n ** :'* n *
C. t;. AkNr'ERSF-:N, Agnt. \VALTEI HA-KINS. Fla. Pass':Ag'ti,
Savannah, Ga., .1. P. E:E._'K"ITH. Gen. Agent, .. ,.
G. M.. S,':RELL, la :er. V. E. AF;N'LD, fI.D.,?n. Trav. PRas?..Agt.,
Sav.ln.-i,-h. Ga.. 71 W .4t Bay street. J-:cksdnfie,.Fia.

MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.

NeW MR, PRlR1010, B081011 o Wk
Sailing from Bru nsvick,Ga.,Every Friday A.M.
i i ^t 8, S, RIO GRANC)E. CAPT..BARSTOW,, q. .
S1 S. STATE. OF TEXAS. CAP.'--.
--RATZS OF" PASSAGE., "
Jacksonville to Cabin. Inter. Ste. .Ixcarston.
Nov iYork ............ P2.0 $17.60 $12,50 $40.30
PoliindeithAU,.......... .4.50 9.b60 14.25 44.30
\r ^^ i^ton ................ 14.50 19.50 11.26, "4.30
---PROPOSED SAILINQS-- '
Lv. New York, Pier 21, X.R. I p.m. [Btandard Time.] LT. Bruinwick.
Fil JYune,"9.. ................................. RI6 GRANDE ................... ....... J1W. 1blJy 6.
Fri.,Tuh ..................................... STA1E OF TEXAS.......... ...... -.y....lri.Jn y 13
'rl.Ju' i y ....I .................................RIO GRAN DE ................... ....... Jm vy.0
Frl. Jnl 3'1.............................. .... STATE OFe TEXAS ....... ................. Fri. July L-n
9THAMERTRAIN LEAVE,} JAOKSONVILLB EVERY THURSDAY, 4:30 PM., OON. aDR,,01o *
TO BRUNSWICK. ALL RAIL "J VIA F. C- & P EVERETT CITY AND a, T o+ V. i f, t .
RAILWAY" THROUGH CARS. WITHOUT TRANSFER.
For general Information, stt-amer trains, rates, etc., apply to agents of the
Florida Central and Pe-ninsular R.R., or to CHAS. DAV-IES, Agt.l'
H. H. RAYMND, At., F,.rnanlina. Fla. 7 7W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
H. H. RA.-.YMOqXND, Ge;neral Southern Agent. Brunsaiwick. Ga.
C. H. MALLORY & CO., General Agents, Pier 20, E.R.-Tand 362 Broadway_. N.. Y.


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an1 .l% i.:i i ,f t e1lt:L- l-T to -; OV,1' it I11re-0tChi 1." "
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!It t. h Ititin to j, 11 t thi s if yoV0 are :-O1- -,-0 if ,ou h.1 i1, t ta-k f ,,jt'of t. tli. gt 11 t t1 I t,,
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jI..t.1 Iv thY ,.tv Reba ne ~ o,?,h.r
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I,1, tN,--7 at ',- n \ the ,idsluhl "f thi
o me fo t\t "'I t..-," v o-, l,._t ad, t l e t o r'of t Ioo timg has si ghts or o th
h,-,iie for \\N ht t,1:-1 -1--, L A-1,.. a .1 trIE. V, .:,rJ, --f the t inre ha-,s Te tor you to)


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Every Wednesdlay and Saturday (standard time) as follows:
D. H. IMILLER. Capt. G. W. Billups, IWM. -'CRANE. Capt. W. J. Bond, Wednes-
w,:dnedav. July I1. at 6 p.m. day, July 2'5, at 10:31) a.m.
WqM. LAWRtNE.-(',t. Wmnslow Fos- p. H. MILLER, C+apt. G. W. Billups, Sat-
ter, Saturday, July 21, at 7:1) p.m. urday, July 2, at -' p.m.
And] from Baltimore every Tut.i,.ad arnd' Friday at 3 'p.'n.
Lowest freight 4nd passenger rate.4 to Baltimore, Philadelphia, W-ashlngton
-.1d all point? reach-,d \via. Baltinmore.
The :teanil"rs are es|--cially a-lapted to transportatIon of fru'lts and vegetables.
Pa-ts,-nsver a,:,olmmo,:l~ittioni n'surpa-s,-d. Foir further information address
J. J. i,'AROLAVN. Agent, NE\W",C-,MB "(-)CHEN. Traveling Agent,
Savannah. Ga., W WeV t Bay street, JacksknvilDe, Fla.,
J. C. WHITNEY, Traffi.:P Mana..._-r, W. FP. TURNER, G. P. A.,
Baltinlore, Mi. -.Baltimore, Md.


EDUCATION&L.

ROLLINS COLLEGE,-Winter Park, Fla.
A school .,f the hi'he-st Orade for la-
die.; -and Rentlmtin. Comlnencemn,_t -xer-
,:is,-. l,- v "7th--.;lt. 1'.,14. Fall term >peiis
Octob,-r 2. l,44. S,=ven ,:iepirtments: C'ol-
legialte, aeade-mic preparmt-ory, sub-pre-
p..ralory. music,?. rt anid physioal trair.-
inr.. Twelve professors andl lncrtletors:
six buIllIlin i. ,oci:,.tion beautiful an-i
healthful. For further i1n1fcrmati',n atd-
dr ss CHARLES G. FAIR'HILD.
Preni.]ent.


J. & A. RAILWVAY CO.
In Effect Monds.y. April 23;* 1894, aj.
10 O'clock n.m.
LAILY-(Excepting Sunday), leave Jack-
sonvile at lu:100 a.m. and 5 p.m. Leave
Paolo at 7:30 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Si.TNEDAYS-Le-ave JackFonvifle at 10 a.m.,
-: p.m., and 6? p.m. Leave Pablo at (l:I
a.m., I p.m., 5 p.m. and. 9 p.m.
J, W, ARC/.iIcB."AW,2 F; es, & Gen,14j.:.


,THE FLORIDA TIMES-LtWON, SUNDAY, JULY 22, 189-.


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Can -.t Tiou.i 1or-.:,et '


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is nn qii tn-lluat. i,_tislllaul wonmin and he-
,nlz to tile t'vp6 l1no\Zrn as -- blond,"
her- lmiir and eyes .Ufiik -of a rIchq'W~fwn,
whiole-r'? c(jnlijlc-si'6ifs fair and rosy.
All "-H. U.,.C-ottldJleitieiubei .'.
Not' l.n'g tbp foe'.tlr lai'eniteul de ayh of
:H'Vlo." Huri'l,. tlaplis, she was ait to
'GLt~e iti.n-.a-rlund y-.coinmonpLnico book a
verses froni nttv. of h llir pph.oe3 kfte.'r a p lrol-
log. d sih(efit'vfit. I ifig iftt.h pefn Iilliand,
sh i; .ta rn seii bl.i<;,.'tliful ow bIg:
Thf bire t j i fl li'1k 4 i-. They wisely ting
,wtire iTi a'trhe^,.-,- o -. do
vil rbi Cribtimn air Hia&& rni-ous wiiings.
So. t~ Iie-'i ay. l
-..,Of: ail. the. poeris," H. H 1.,rlma.fk.4
*'t."Oit.'h bave. wtftic.h- and thq'y.[fa, ve*'i
iti;.tvy-that, is- the.only rhym'" tliat I-oan
in' th1e least, rnileber."

I-n buyiLng lihoe'omen shidntid remem-
bgr .t lia~t':~hofeic, i.r~ drd of .J-nrlnoh
lohikp 'r %whven -t13".boa..is standing than
w'lioh sb'atc-aha6.t'_, tangabon % father
iqcRuise.d vh N valifig, for t66 weight
isr to'n throrWtntirel'y on ohe fo.t a-teaech
alternatee steg so-..tb&iar;.n ohi66 ,.ioae.'s
boots It it -bisl-utelv' liti'mssaiy t.hai it aE-
lowane-% tfm yl'narte for this. The
ghortLne Y.1not. ,bDV-'94 U nt once, bitit after
a fe'w 9' it. It bto'rii'es s t -ty a nniftcst,
andy. mrV i h. by furchllilz he greatt to.
back it is dpt .to prod kie, a bhulon on the
jofi nt.. '" "_. .,
"' I/ua inativi Childr4. ,
0,c gfe-AM."c~ar'e'g~'libid b;xr itc Ib
d^ ,ih, ah' hluii~inbtlvrA.,hild. 'Tho
^oft^Aiitt-e~rs- (rf t-*l^;]tib'! rie be(gi~o
ifrtdensi -w.4N'liyn Sh.o 'iapthC S-t, ein
of efh'Vo'-ior- tt i t l easo ilalih



Mtpuablo 'during .a,,tfe~inie.-"Neyr-;lorli
.jc.s o. a, ,., t ,, I _

T!le ..Bana k'.m Dsngh!iart;' ",'
Miss Eid 9, Clews,'i dulihter of idtiory

tOW lr -rt N3 fto tir,'ifv' id to be tho NeAt
s* .,., Nb.Ia d,.tew 'ork city. Tal,
.s -reei and Blnseis alsolabi&of 1he


thiouig'htls- Firl, v-130 h.i' Ix-elan l12, to
tinuiip no n,..r,>asotl th-,)f a to Iluw .}
s ld 1)-,.,a h h.:(ih,: l th'- 1 ti r3 lillic of -..the
fieMl. I-h lNO. rVin by nut. ]iking: tur.-f usu
liiv of her I'-1itUet.1. I1o willnr u tL inlt, o
lont r, ,- I.: ( n hlii) it,'Lt. caro 'civ.riflfihi
exeiiri-4--lho di),S ii'oc likeM to. iss.oeiate
hihnislf in her mind with-disaplpointniuUnl0
alid scift dloniial,. And she, who wouldd
liav> lb-r-n \> illin. in th? iw ee.l; c,1or1'1fs
to pIele,;_' o:,f hor girlish l vi -.tgivo up any
whiin or l' lic'.. of hort own whattiver,
f."llk int habits <, r.u'e!.'s c&xtravinatnco
anti ri-<:l's l.er-,lt injiri't l vw-hcu At. l"-?: IL
rlnxlmi-d.irno.., ji uli .f; n,_ow tieiich wi'ir
wou-,l d havi ,t..'ti perfect opcri'esq in the
beiginI'in.-New York Joinnal.
Best Dres-ied Wk'omiau In. England.
Who'e.'r mnay l-,e reeariid,.l as tihe best.
lh.,. -t-d v.oniit an i Anirir.a i:\ n.n.,open
qi.i.-.:'s io. In" Enighlnd Sarah .Bernhardt
has thla't honcir. Not,. evt-u is xceii.-tion
inlille in tfavur of tlhe Prin-es-s ,:f 'und -. It
is to (-,11riliar, l by the way, that, we n're
indrhtl f,:rm tl>. gruacefut t';i g-mvn, th"-
full Milit.re waist. It is her wo mlerflll
ta.;te in lrt.-s which innke Iher handsuoni,
f,.,r she lia-.ii't ;a pretty 'fenturC., blt she iOk
v,,te.d l.,-utifnl ioj .t the sinle. It is her
Ai'ignillan di ;t tie sanIme time sucCessful
way of d-,ing things" .i et elio<''r %-,ar.-
j-.w-ls LUesx hl-r (fae. d, Sh h ssays that..thi-_y.
di,,tract. fr,,ni the spa-rk-le and-he:-auty of lier
t.v and thiltit" is 3tuiei4(-to a wantilln';
y'uud hiio. t<., wear anything fla-hy nt::t.
the fave. By the waiy, Bernhardt never
uh[1ed a pair of e,-,rsets.--Luoidon QLICI-n.
Perfumed Garters.
Perfuined garters are amniijg tio lel.s.-'
rlouti levices by w hit'h t o i ao .s'shbtie .'i4
lrh,:,vs shen i mnire'daintiily-cl.g "t.l')aitil
full;.1. Po ioibly Ale has s,.veral pairsf'TO-
iu'i cnr,..tal to wear yellow oh-ts with iba..k
hosiery and black ones withatliii. ?'lhb'
gairtcrls are mnade front wat-rd ribujbn
about, I I- n'i:h-.s Wide, and" s,6d1 sif_'r
bInkl<:-s i-f just the garter. is .linked,,.or
bi.th ti-klo i nnd .tuc'kin clasps i f ittp.-
porter' is prefi-rred. Theol'6b1-t is double'd
over a laiycr of cotton and ;archet, po.wder,
and the wearer, if very fastidious, may
have her uaie engraved on rhe -tiverhbu"u^
kle-, so itf she should lose it-r-rheC'c may'tW
LiIneI chance of iti return. Bridil garters
u1s1.t Ihe made of whir"e *frtlled-elastic,
'Withli silVLr or even jw'let.tl buckhlus and
knots of real lIe.-Chicago Herald.:j


I r-,1 r[ s.':,,i'r-_ltiI,_- l;',,1) n ,' ,l.l tr~ ,"ri r ,l,'n>q[*. -;i
,~iTt FIiX, ,,Wi LL'' h? ltl lif.i,', r," I., t thko
h,|.,!.'l*:l.k y l- i' t.*',, lii 1.1r,.., :h,). sh- u.htv ld ii lk-,'
up ..-,ri.uid], C.D .:'-1 Zvh n 11 h-C t1:1 I S-' t', -, t,-,nd
[i th,? h i d L.it" a l i I I C, th.1i ir -di _.r l 1-, 1
;- il;-, : .n ."(luit.y fit i ;I, l lh,: i,' e, _,f an-
i:.tlr r' \\.diit i-ii'? ,_ .! ;'.'ri iiln UL i,-,:n. of un -
lhiii- .l-_ l.1-A,_r v. I l ltei.e Ih,: al'l.- lllngly in
tin:o t,',-..
On the otlr 'Iminld, if 'I;h he',;? -< po-
.-L .' t 'i l-,t." "t .r' l h:' ':-[?1'i7it. tl," llo tt,: l
to.k; ,:,r thl._' i..v.' \iii v.i-i1-li -. i: I,,y- OCh.-,
h_:k\vin,- l'hours f,"r pl!:',in_;.nr ih-ntall and
phy-.,:.- r,! ..ia:':ql- i.*!l it h w il, li 'r di .tra .:-r-
.el.l -itt'-r ove. r Nvih._' \- iy w,-n ,rl h-lw in.1 t iin ,_
world h.-I ho minar'-:- o r,"- 1,-r1-': h -il 0i ll .o ntlul1h
w\ lieic -lie is i ..- v- i!:! r>:!ii !. v -, Ii, rlh t- ..,- .-
t>'n1 *'ywlci ', li,-,uhil] l_,e .t|, r, \vi r _ry '% .1Cl .?
nI,.,u i.'el -t I. I. '_-,e Ii ll] re 11 i, h ,p :' l' V nt.-Il ,
.**- t,::,'*" v..itl'i fth.: hih.li lrei,, Es,% iu.'t, i- a h l r nm
I.,: il.'.-- for th:t n unruly !n, tinl.,.hr lh I, h --
I-a!Id! rini l '.t.lhi>l, ; d ~Y' tlyriil i tiur hi.T' I _-
~,:ln.dr-.ni dai f,_',:.. Ir sinn l? li!:, lii 'll r'g-
tI.ttl ,)it s, I.,ilt '.xrir .:tIit it !iA.', ,. it ,h..:-i
lnt, r,,Li! llh_--. :r,,d (:.!;tiitiuhl!" i~rv->it,
thos.'e ',..ly iqtl os that ;ai, a 'l>n," tit tihe
wonman \\ lho v.-;n'tan lJ>..r .-inr,? .n ut as is
should lhe.--Pliiiah_!phi-a!; l Tii.-s.
Neglected' Ch ildren.
What hith_'rn l11,- is tiedi inaterlil care-
]i. ih ,--,r in lif,' u thi t r<:suIlts in
hlw le,-: ci]illii..li lying nr','alro d ].:,,,>e every
dlay o't the yer;.r. -\.k any p,-limIeuian, any
elevnlte,'l gmard, ainy park' .iripl,-,yte:, mid
lie w ill t -ll y',u th'it the riiu iil., r, f clhil-
LII n I _,l t,_2nf1 I .Vr ar'A h II t ar.-,3 n1 il 1I thi1;
v.ay ii n.-r-niihir,.-. To a conhid,..rable
e:tr lbt not. "t;k"nii In to nItR'OIit. Iiy'" h,? p ll-
lie; inothrs are< ri.pun-:.iijll, tor the ex-
traordlinary f.-,talities t'ri'fr street cars,
! tr h_- k-, (- t7. -l) ,, ii-:- iri n ;ll orqr il;-iv'?r ii
iuornll', r,*.p,,'li;>.'l.I. t'ir dri'l'in ,-,wi~i'ri,:: i-
'.;,-nta!!y~rRnil l-.ilhii a ,hil.'.1 ' t., 5 .1 _) ,'-jr;
,I..1. 'l-.!ii ilol i<.;:,- ,t tv h,., h il!,l i- p r -ii n-
-Iblejl. V i ,.,n v> I i nr : hr.:l in tlie i ly spirits
14, a .t r,(.o dlill i. ill i Kl_"vt i.,,?,. he c.1-th hI in .tl h tlih v. i7.tl- uA% .! rerct .:'-ir, I
du ii ,,ot think ef th,: iilit.:-,Ll n or d:lri,.-,?r
Put, of" the.a g.,i-.; --f r, v .,r-,ro thli:r iitUst
pursue. tihe t l,:, -r h ..l,,' -,lfI>' \htiln.
"Th li,, imt,.'ri' .l ii fle'r'rivn._ -w hih:'h -per-
m it; in rei' isf nr? t,, '\-\ iinr,.rate'tLtd. 1'i-
the oi,-l n -l.- :-,?t. Is iaLin l I, itil' tl-llde?. Y >.. t
WO S(i.-e thii i..,rY d-a.v in ll ,.. >tl'v .\ll.iA .-LA
i..v,-ry il iy ih il,.lri-,r .iro tfi ...t,.n in l l h
1,t'.' 1 i:d.l.earri-.l t, h,: en l of I ll 1'01o.t,1 (i"
1i1 t. O ff l t i i.t1ri,.,n l,, I' t iri'-rlh o'."' r
Io the I-,lice. T h-.I,, hi r hildl i.; a .-uiiii
si hlit, ill t n.he Si,,-.lri, .i-triL-t-. Sni.Ill
0 '.il(1 r; ,i ft0, l, ::.. 1 y I I-. I- n t.I r. I 1 1- i! .
i.I.ru ,. :1 i ... !!!* t i .'l .it i :,i ; -* l '. I .; c ri. y,;
I'_l ;.,.u ..l:, I :, 'i' 1 l .. f !, i t l ,.' th ,
ti n I ',.': '. -; ,-':'t I": .i n ."' f I I .I > v -?-
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Ton- tl:,uni"-:iiil w,:,in._n hnavina' I,.-'n
ml t'";!i .l i i'l r\V --.,-,i.iit;.!-;,- ti;.ith'! :.rJ v, It' i4 ,*.li --
Co:,.ii-.l thjtat !,!""i!-h \v,.-iru nri,. thie. tnll-
i';t l- ii'h .-\ln i l'i,"'.lii, 12, ." .t :iL'l thc.- F r.: .-'h


f civiliz.-ifion l;,.iS l,,.','n ;:cl(-.;i,',iiL,.,in"11 dlreet
<" l' ....'iti,,n t.., thil l' I ,f ]ir-.Llli w .:, th
V..,hifrri, inl wh.,-o hands rss tthe lihalth
ol k-AlAi-., himih.i- d h,-alth, ,tMill persevere
ill thilbi l h.:,Itl ,,ri0'lhini, that grow-
r.f itself i:v, T,,i.'-y saic!, "God. malnd .ie t-o
h--, ;and I geiwed the rest. myLl,?'P').
while we d,.,!'t. t~ik,, fileo -:ine cae'ir,[ htI.'-
lunn :.ilrlih n< w-e >.l ,-4" A]-.f tha ,t-. r |l;fr-t-,
'Vhich:li, we l;.i ,"" V ty w ell, ,,'ri'-l I ill tl.h:
',.:.r 1i-.% (d'lrl: .' ;n:l !.:l .,-- to wli,'] w e- t,:,n
oft,.'in eC.,, inlne Ih:nii an liiinc i--(',?A :i'tl!%y- in
thn ir --.hA el lln z I1_1-,:i n a I w ,-,r !, !,,4.--
Fl,:,renee Ni-htiu-,le? in -\ni_-ri<:li \V, W a .
al'.- Juurnail.
Ie-. ,nmidlevia ing.
1-qs nn m ien-,!in!ing hnv>,t,-k.ciri their
plce" ill utr ili,:.i ii nndL kit,.'-hv iand
form n Lhrn i hr u-1 f an'illy --odf (:-',_,k'-.; ed tli .atiin
a; inm.,vitllily ;i-, ; i_- ? or .:-,i u, :!kini .,
F or i1 r .IN i ..it W .-ltli ll, .V.trr ."e l ii'tr -d
witi ) tuch dilaiiri,. nrnl f,:,v\ Inu-e lni-
tr -.-.:--_ wob l have v. hl-ti r ,li tr i.xr ,--t, tflit-ir
,_.,zk_ tu pnpr..;,(nr,? tlh ni. Bilt l 4" Inf yoars
eclhl liitirn ;,lnl f'l,,^in siv.- i-t' h:;vo estaib-
11 licl a ri.iht. to a v ,.ll (h:.lini.] pl.in,-d in cv-
I.'r fIairly sl -ii n-" iininu ;nnd n> .u,:hvlic j I
liad to ho t la ,!;'-i c.riid r.iti,-ni T ,-, ihn -
pJr,.\f n.:i,'lt-; c"ttl'."i~i- iln '1"'p .:,'-* an i ieo
ca e.; .. ft' v.-hi,:a v.'> rt ." a p ',r tly i tli tl ct.'d
b.:,lh to.-n,.rh a and AitM ..A. R Mar-Jrill,
ha\ve .>,- i. riilili"!h> rh ir pr,.. u,:.i h 1:i l h t,
g 'ninted a littlo0 i11,-.lli.fne 1o 1 ,I t(-,o td will,
nIl,'i,-t any cookie (-,il make n illan:, uAr .a
F.-nf1l0 e su,"h as1 a;t'or.,-tinr' v,-wi.ld hl v I b,..i.
tcon, iider,-d a frnt -.v,_'n lor a fit rllt(., t.,mli-
f,.,ct-ionl i In f, -,t, in -l;, i,.l l :,-,s 1:,,_,-.,o '5.
inlg n freezer nnd tI.e t v,-ru t;, ful i,.o t.\>.',
thl inh11 d.1IitMILL ,"f thi ltn' r i' y thL-'-lin l. in
hot w, eathvir t,.i eat l:o p lil:liq il_, in ch.h
i l't'ctzer has e-ovl .itCl it into >a lair r vn'i-in
r.-i, ,* ni 'iiuiwratrieer!--Londni'i (km'tle-
Weill":In.
A S.ucctct.4fui ]farmer.
Miss Mary E.Cutlhrut Hrillis.,:,n, Mass,
is a'sqirce.-.,t'nl fn t '.er. Shit, al.' !' in0 sole
niiiinager of VWintlihr!. gardl":m', illl eltate
of r ,i neres, after her-' hith,:r's death 11
y.ar. ag,.o. Sh- mlined to carry on thef tarmn a vin.t, till,
advico of frien-.IN, who, thouglit, it inipoc-
ileb? for a woni1in to nink, a _busin>s? sue-
cess of faring. Proceeding huiiUne-s li as conllailly increased ind.-:r
her direction,-n rhe give; li>h.r attention
chiefly" t.< the rai-,iiig-of fruit, and vege-
tnbles, which are -,ld I froni lher tennis di-
rcect to tle -,,lnSi,'r,'tlhe siUrplus -Oilng to
the cannrics. Shi lhas 1,411.) bearing
peach tre,.z and hIs not had : failure of
the Crop for .even yotirs. Shle ]::, Six acres
in nursery, stock and a growing tr-ade in
yj.jun, tr,::-, plnt-; ailld cnt flowers. 'BD.
sides pe.r,.,na'il uplrmhtendins lher farm
Miss Cut.r givcs soie attention to nrt.
and 71u-id.h' She ii pi-rniinent, in the
Grand ge. andwri r:.-forn ,ri e ultural papers.
R .erfecet O.pennesi.
One frequeT, caiti-c uT luouble in mar-
rierd lie j-, a wait, of otpennes in lbusinoss
a.11ttl,' .\ hu.mAlt| Ynarpoie ni Drettv.


ftco n in ," Vi l wo en (at nh,.it noriiial all pitir.,
amnd ark C, -!I,|P:Hl.,.I, t,_, ti! ,r, !hiiig>-r Ily
eating dniuly but. inljUtrii ;oi- ; 1and iudi-
geotille di64e3.
A conjmon f,-.male trouible is a f,,..le,
circulation of thv Il,....,d. v, ein, :n.l .s.
pecially thuse of inert, ph d. li,-i_,it ap-
pear to suffer u lli1uly Ir,-,in th.i- li _tIoi ,6f
our cli a:ite.. Tl,? chi-.-f r,.;ilol '-if t!i" -.ns-
cepti-ility to cold is the Mcnk .,t pr,-,," ex-
e_-e mb uril'x'; tlihe wntcr il,,nths, M.hen,
['ofr flo garlic. er iin ilril',. of vwli _. ll, 11 o nit-
door reeov,_at.ion is :iis-pu.rd,(l. V,'hen bim..
th e r in o in e t.>: e ', i- t i. I-\ .ra Il :;eg n rd -t"
fr0st, 'yoi may ofut'en ."e iihrit w,:,l'r!it'z
without, coat_ in the oipen Miir, vc-ilh v. ith-
in tl_,,:, h,:,tis,:s w-o,,ni l are shudld,:rin!," w ith
w\rnl-1 al.1out. th'e.ir 4IlM.uh.ll i's, n14d Ohir
ehnir'i drow n cl,.:-' t.o tI,' lvli. ? ,f 1ia in i!-
ini nse lire. Thini ,- ,rllo nr i.. l vi!,rn ti,,n is
nut t,,-inducivo I' vi .:r.
Why doesh_ .th,' wir-r "pllll d,.,-n" so
nm al ly \ in_ JIlit,,'r .-c i.; :t. lIhe 'y 2 '.?,,:,n
w hrit"ii the ni in tun otf "-1,1 1'i;, ::,_orr ,:ii i-,
n ec:'u; '_ ry to ) t '.-r:.t.:in v-.-r 'iirh th',-y ,l-
ul nu.d;y a ,;isi..i i l:;.orn ntd(. :,:,r ei:-,'i n l
lWve' in the l.t.id :Ilr of iuivc aniiited r,,,-in,.
A w ,I.n0 Lii f l,%% i ', ,A. i l ,:, liv,: ll tdt.s,-,ir,:l
will ,ot wa-i f !'orr a uin daily Ul,_-n vl ji.-lh. t,-)
ialnt,,lr on th,:- Wn.rIn Idlf of t-l' he-itrett.
Shle will go_ W C ,i. t. en,.:ry da;. ., ie_;,i!l.-a s o ,f
wind.t, r:ain aid lt .-i.
Concisely, iliy tle ,_.s .nr,- tl..o : 1.
W onf'en qr.f- ahy-,i,],.isihnlly e a-:,l'!.- of at-
tdinnu_,' the sq ,'i qviu.1.-,'id of I,';,Ith anid
ofd rInary pouir r ,I I, i-lk 11a 1 :,' nsit" m. 2.
To meet. the pr,'->nt, dl,_.,niau!k up.in the'r
stArngth 'in 'l,,, -trugn lO f,,r e;-istcne,:
t-,i:u'nen must aihn ot te r.ultivlti,-n ,.t all
their power-, W ith,,ut thi.;: pre.,i--;th:on
1he w ,me 101(f tl. futlur...- -ill ,o-,t. .eurn I
t.rue sociall eltlanlty Tl1,,_' lre 'rt'ipr riir-
ity -.f istoxi_r ,,,w:r i 'n men gvs th.in
the'advant ,fe in I le gle.- iter' n iiil:,er if
prof'_Moi!> an,-'l tra(I.--.. 4. Tho rc "arre:st,-d d(.'v lp-,-n ,r" of %vonin- i.m the
oulc?,_,ie l f id i.' i in tiand not t, ] v" of n i-
ture. Thus ,mnn wnn won,'L start wvit.h
a-1 eV ltTnlitiy ,.'f *hl ,. =, l.nt t]It.:.1:-ine s aie
I .lc ?e ,-il tor w o1ien liy% h 5. >'i i'-, I <'D ,,f -Ai-
vironmen -- -(,o'rry M.uriLillr ill HHt-
manitaripji.
Tlio Difflercr.,ee I" -Ionue_.
How w, 11 one -,'lrO Tii'._'- the in!.iomtort-
able difT,_,rence ,-twi ti ; v.-,A11 k,-t., le:.-
an t hloin:.'and in ,i .:,d-- wh:.' e th].- furni-
StU re nn ]i o'.' e p l 7,;i.' n..l the t d,-e.ip;.. r id
%'itl "'rV l h.V "u'.y, hUt V-1,'r.e2 the itmos-
phere is d.i-ditii>:tly et.ar,,_cd with a current
cif indehfinite (l i:..-.!'d a s,.,rt .-f luor i l -l.ni.l
m nf i.ll hoteri'p,,t, that i-str..y tlh_ l'e.1-
jrqts ; ''.f l:,,:pl.:; rit l p<'rf:-,:ti.,n "that 010 iW -
. cnmes (:'osiiiant. of th,-.)iinni-,e tlie thresh-
.old 6f't.h,',-the !i..iim r- i cr,:,sol.
Now, tihe secr''t otf this v\.3t aind pt:i(ep-
tible dife ,c e lie.; in the t'f:,-t tint. in one
homll e s-l y teill n1 1 '"-,'l I!!in':i !-ie.tit Bi ,
the ki.ynot:.- that sui,.nd thi. choriof do-
meitie it :re ,'t' i,:,i], w i l, in the uth,--r thriIU ,
atre run in Q] li,-hl.,d fndii'.1n thli't l:,'ri it->
-no Dl1n tu to We dcfite!h c:;ried.l out a'- ip.


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'.-a n!i ** ] ', i !l l: i hn.| ii-;r.," i ., ., l* l!..e . 'i r,,.lt,_,
p In, tt, ,- .n ,,t r,_<,,ri th,:..11--th a,7.". o la-
,ii. 6' %1 1i'l l1 ., i i,.;- ; :'>. tlii: A % :i -ts.
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li;;'. ,h,-; .i f .i .." e >. ,.i '.:.-... )>.. i !ILo.' T.j ~ u..,_.;.r
ei.-! --i 1. ,!l, wi.in thl otlh .' La.f(? sL"?
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I'd -I. A ;. w. *," iii ie I, ,\', r'elng,_a :, i.'c
pr, v.,.ri-I.,l "lb,..;," I tni ill,_' [ nlllin u t lHie
r- !'-r -;, II d ,,' -h-t ,.'k-.I tA_ i iipah' c .IJ r
h,.,llrh or in an;- \wa.y afie,'t [b,?ir ^..lJ~e.'.r-
"u <.,, l.,.nv,-,in.l 1vi i i,_ l',_'i I li n rL r. .'-i-',r' i,, I
in SI.,i" and -itv. .A moiierb'-p.air if
- .:,nli;h I ".:I ,i.'*O I' 1 .,.,lli, 1 1 lbcai. t' c dI, tnt
i,, -..m' t ir_' ;:n l ai n t p mrih w isti{,..s ,ir il-
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t, r1 t- 4 ., f r.o %7. no-. i i :X f iiropea.nl > C i,-
t r:. I', h.o-i V1 b,. ei' .':-,i. 1yd I, statistics llI-it.
I ..i ,.' ri-,-,til1 n li ,1i70 -- ;:, long' nfl ri" i. ri-
N,1 -,'-or,.D1n, wh,,-.e i ;v,"r-__'e shap0 rcrpr.-
-, ir i,-, l,' -i .iiieelharIn of oudine.-
[ .,- t,.,n i- l- r.d .
lEngliikh ickial Di.t6inctions.,,
Tin. r,' :,:,uld b,-n'. i, niore.-i.ni ui'an't, d(;'i-
,:,'!-'n..Ii,_i'-n ,-f t!,:' lniiiidiis S,',iril[ tin, tioni:, i':;.le ev r ywli-c, in tbis ii. nl-
try, 4.,ut !ha[j..,ilk urknowv, in liii.,4 frni
., I ..v r, in .l n:.A ri> ti-, %.n V11 i,oe tly
Ini,,.. Ivy a nhri,_f I.t-r- r fruin a dhi.rv'tkd
Le_'.,: ta hiorlin neng.IlI.
-l.i" ',i,:rt'i," .h, ays. "hins t.W E, ilP l,
(. la 1., ,n1.- for v.h. cal ,:, c l -s y,,ii.ng la.
h.li. :,7.,1 t rtho .tir f,,r ,',un v ,c, -.r' .. 1"
1: _i. -,'. .,t I il:, tt.: r i y..I.! i t. ver F- run te,.1
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,ir 1., iii" tl,.' \\-i i,_.-v.- i..f ian I! ffl TE whio
i,'d ii, lit'lh y-' ,-iiv, \ or'k. for i veli-
hoi,., "lfy T.w r" !,hi; tl!!te AN ?,_'re ncl rltl.l.(
i into th.- v ,1lll1.-1': '',,_.l. i Cn'- e!rn i nl.-^; di ^ tenld-
(.I] rV, i.1. lly v\ith, I h,-,pe, bI-'neli...1Di..'ot
t h llir t ,:.';. fi t h i. < n ie r ld k 1" np ? i j y o-I, *l
all-l i.. i h,,iri' .,ikiu:;r till. T, 'he ,o ,,r 1 ;
.g',,n,, in ,i thr rhi,._.h,,r ,i.lurati,-' id re
eentl;; r, -.-i.l v,.irtli hiish li,,n,]rs n[r ?tii'i
e-;?.;!.:iuit i:i,,.. .''ii,..,-,' tI-n n .-!n;: h;'if tly ii in-
.i 1 -. l !

w hill, !li. r si.ti, r- is t l 1 o1.,l- t ii Ill ,,otir.
U nrrruna:r 1y .hf "1."',l' 1.1, rh,., nwv '.i-,n,
an)dl tl.,r h- i 1.,-n ioi 1) ui c0 i1 C t-
hoiip 1 ,,iv .dn>e, f *W thle i- WO are',:,;ill(n-
i illy (:" 11. il rin" ,.w r their ,:o:ial (1vine-
ti,,i'-, ;Li l I d,:-i 't ;niw h,.>w it wilitind."
1Nnr-ivg. '
N i.ir [i r''i,-_* l~r,,p L'' i-l,:.'a bozidos living
th,_ ri,-,di ii!._ and *uriinii!: t? pre^'rii.d
o,_ t!,e i-rvvinl : :.qllinDn, thle pr (qr, ',1i-e
o.,f i'r>.hlI ;ilr I v,.ni ilJ. tio:n). i, lig!ff., rari tII,
clonnlini;.-; m!il thel',p.ner ehuobu t!?Sg and
,v1,inu1 ,q ai',t, all 'nt tho Icn.r, r e. s'- L, r
vitrIIl v -t..t-) t he i ick,. And so healt-h ;t-
]iom.f i.it. ,il_.'ir'nin' exactly Lie.-. _anme
prop,.r .,"- 11f00 t.he ,iM". nl(nura6l _?ncer1t6s,
it,! a..- ntucih ii,_ .,ivi' g opwm r _.as re.-
-;1,1.: r,, the h,:.ilty. \V.'',_ ht~vo a,- ,akrit~c,
tiir,:.i..h s,:ili tar from tile .ndarki t,. tl'.e
he It
i f trniinirr tcacl-rnp lrir iinp
'O "ic~,'.r 411"lt w tll( 1 n .n _r

r^iPiqN, I31UST DO TO'CEASE
tiA'G THE WEAKR VE3EL.
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B0.;ifFERENCE IN OE-I--E(-
.^' '. iEL E C TE D C IIIL bl R E 'V..
V '- r'.-


. rPl. ,IIWI .~'~.IE,iT_ --SOMlE
.... 4-Si SOC1ALL DIhSTINCTIO-NS.

I.,Proper .l'ns-Ies
nu ciinlli1


IU^ 'I nnld 'Icenlll I1 n-ll ig1
'" ust ever he n. r'F;pro!"h against Eng-
,j'len1'10t tinf 't:,lin:,,, lt'.vo .sya.lnac ic'al ly
v ten m ,
bi'd'thelr organ, tis bh lii.-ins of stays
0ltry j 'hoot.. Tihe civilized %V-o-
'b'i(lliI;undred years lihono will read
Mi zdftiacilp ithaf at, the. ciitQtyft of wo-
l'it.agmpficipqlticn in ,tflils nation the
li 'i-onc ifr 'u.' tho io'enent sTtill
ft_9 r', habit whf, h perhaps more,
ii.W. 'Of"t-rid. i n tlhe way of thc ir
ad^ ':1Ij i-)[ mniien hegirt, x.ith steel
nd .Tlleone would h)e sourud of all
fi t I 1 et !ilois. Is there, then, an ira-
).!'bon lphiical necc&4lt.y that wonien can-
46^d='e? 'A ro t hey st uctu ral Hy de-flciunt
I .h'_Ele-'nal~lst mako t,0 rh',qls~eni t.li[. al
i i^S'r^i'dt.l nid bone? Is the m.iIL,:,rmed
'tpb 61 d"." Ciliza tion* It may be
t hat, 'the w_ 1.-."n who Iceli her
mw;i'S ul~ i;nle ;-rt. herself.
*'^^ titfro.Jhts fallac:. It. is the duty,
13Z o14Mi~lity, oi[ .,vintdiV14.dufl
4' S l f0.ll~ l igiie. p,:,oltsic, Ii_' b ., standard
l'i..,he ill health or i le i -,f one
&rs. in'ldsn ml~,waste
I'6 through inaotion--.Lie-, are the
Atho iua,:1it.9 \onic.n, and thlicn?
y..a1;' fuann.y in Engl.rnd ,tlht. does
g'i:."l'.hri usli ev-ry i,liv'idlunl. mem -
Ie .B3amsCkbf Hiti w',a'kuss'and recur-
]P, ndisis:o.kitions of its womietn. I ask
it it, al ab:,itrary and inequitaiile
4 l9P t're.that thOl:prop,:,ri_ 'of f,:,:bl,:"
H g b I nialn beings shall be inch
K.Ota'e e's thn i'ii tlif .ther?
nilih.g.il ly important eni-iderarion
H^^e^ .s d'hl.diet: Minty lwonicn
H n~pbi>_t.antial mcri, ilrj.te:ndt of
e.-ahld~qua~tp. W.eaJhi a dtl\'. The-re
oft' bltk,-.'fth cc..ntrary,wst
!lf!t "_l','Tbpa-li"pinair -stomaeh. Is' inot.
47_el S6l1. :111nf it, I f iuiperritive
1 or *."il'iges't.iJ.n 'Cr-Udl "XVOve v 1
161^^^t^"'lty.JAn this, as in ill orhef
t~.]~~h,,tbhere shou,:Aiu'o ,n,: biard
".Life ondl' ra~ildl n hln Is
nax'wei an .'-soctici.al, 1.uLt (it

i -Asti a et,0_O-..gf 1t'iv
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Mrs. -Edison. in't^leo-W^ *ttii
The wife -of -Thomas A. E~tlspon ixcoI2 exeS^? s'^
*iderablyy;ounger t lan he'r giftd has'band, .-g.i 4- dl^
She is the daugliter of PresIdetlklt-lflr~o.Slbf^""-
the Chautauqua (N. Y.) assembly vwherom. L-d,:,ti--
with her two charming children, sht) is tfogls' -.,^
generally to bo seen during a bort.to'o".f -^.'
he sulmler schlo,, spssinn. Mrs-.Edisoll' .r".'?1^p
isa prominent nmeniber of tbo Woman's ri .-.. 't ,-f "ti^
.nbl.i of Orangc. N. J., and on st e v, mralOC- t .t. L ..
ea i,:ms has entertained thatentiro body at brush '. OF 0U.e ..
her itxjs .ri .ous h ni? aT. n M qnl9 -"'k. S ho t h... "


THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNION, SUNDAY, JULY 22, 1894-.


CANST THOU FORGET?


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,' .'* Continued from ninth page.'
""' :i'8 ,< Jacksonville, Tampa and Key Webt. dlvilsicn.'

May 17-Conveyed on account six mile limit, .lternate sec-
tions, from Jacksonville to Palatkd.......... / 45.812 49
August 10--Conveyed on account 10,000 acres -.;per mile,
'' ... -** grant from Jacksonville to Palatka.......... / 399,8.11 21
Total conveyed.. ...', .. ...... "A .. ... .. l
Convreyed under Bfieg&^ran .*( ........ / 3G9.S11 24
Conveyed under. 4lons.......... 45,812 49
January I-Number of lH. 55
Acres per mille: M d.. ............... 10,000
Total granted..' gl*.. .... .... .. .. .. .. .. 5.50,M)
\k Total conveyed tfll the special grant ....... 369.81 24


THE FLORIDA T'ME N SUND AY JUL 22; r: 4.
THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNION,-SUNDAY, JULY 2'2, 1894.


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SILVER SPRINGS, OCALA AND GULF RAILROAD COMPANY.
3o-, Landg conve;;-edi.......... ... ....... ..... ... .... 28,163 09
2--Lainds cor ve,] ..... ..... ... ..;...... .... ...... 10,122 42
)er 31-Larn ds conveyed.... .... 102,298 93- 140,584 44


of Florida, has a right to recoup front;
certain land-grant and canal comnpar ries
a certain amount in money or lahris, ,e-
cause a portion of the Internal Inmproe-
ment fund was used to pay off an in-
debtedness which, at the time. v~ai a
lien on all lands of the Internal Inprove-
ment fund, and which lien cover,-,1 ;-ey-
eral grants alluded to.
This question of law s houli le cron-
sidered by a select committee ,:,ot .L-
yers in the coming legislatur,-, ,an,,l a
thorough consideration be given to it. ant-,
a report be made embodying th.-ir views.
Many able lawyers find no tenalle-ie- iI,
law, in their opinion, for the \iev. taken
of this matter in the above quo-iL,: reLolu-
tion.
The matter deserves,. for obvb:,..s r.-a-
sons, a clear and comprehensiv-e r,-, I,'t
from the .best legal talent in the h-_ I:i-
lature.
The benefit, if any, from the ir,:.!:,oie.l
litigation, will inure to the In;ri'rI In-
provement fund, and would go:, rt:, r-il-
roads, drainage and canal comp-Inis:i. Thle
state, as such, has no direct n etrirt,-
interest in this litigation.
This litigation, if determined u1 p.n,
should not be imposed upon the attue r.:-.-
general, as the state business pr,:,ier i-
quite enough to fully engage hi~ tinl.:.
Besides, I am, ex-officio, a trustee ,-of ti,,-
Internal Improvement fund.
In one capacity I must hear nri,,i ,i-ci,:1._
on the rights and interests of tih,--e lI rl,-
grant companies, and in the eitherr i.a-
pacity proceed adversely, in litiL-'ati, n. t:,
them.
.The right of the matter is ato cii.':
outside counsel, if the legislature .,l>:--i.
after full investigation, to-beginr, tlin-.-lit-
igation,, and thus make the In:-,i nitl Im-
provement' fund and the raili'oal-, ar.I
canal companies, benefited by it. l:,:vti the
whole labor and expense.
I recommend this course to the 1 h:._isla-
t-ure, not that I desire to sbhl ,i;tr,:r
labor or responsibility, but l,,-,:aie I
think it the just and proper *o .:,u..i t,-.
pursue.
I will, by advice, put the c,:,u ,.,,
employed in possession of such. kI,,:1. le_'.--.-
as I have already acquired by IvI, v ,--
tigations.
$ I * ,I :r t
All of which is respectfully sihil:,riti'-'l.
W. B. LA.- MA.
Attorney-,-;.:- I,.IL aL1.
Aecordlng to the report vhi h.hi Ya.-i
compiled, from the records of iht- state
the amount stated t herein is due ithe 1:,--
ple; if not, and as he asserts, it \v.iM
belong to the Internal Improveirnnt run.I
-!hot accessible for state purpo-e. Then
the Internal Improvement fundl. oi-ii.:i
control of 'the Internal Imrvement
board, is a state-created, sinking ftin,:l.
maintained by the state, which nt only
permits fraud and stands as ,. barrier
against correction of errors, but a ,sorl
in its own dishonesty and corrliptin the
hard-earne'd dol,,lar. by taxation, of the
people, denying them the righ:, thu',:,i;h
their servant, the attorney-gener.- 1,ai,.1
by them, because he is ex-offic-i tru-te-
of its board), of prosecutingI a ,:,T- in
their favor.
If sucht is the case, then it .-h.o:.il,1 I.e
wiped out of existence and othitr m,-a
ures and methods adopted to reich the
necessities.for which it was cre te,:l...-k
a comment upon his action, I -o'ulMi
simply say that, whatever the piiv.Ate
opinion of the attorney-gener: 1 miel'ht
have been, it was his duty a- a ter'.tnt
of the people to follow the inritriuicfon of
the resolution, for a re. ,:lit ]on fr.:,m the
lek i-tttin'e wrii a comm _ini:l n hich he ".a
bitl.1,] to obe\i, the' opinion of the l:iA-
-mik'ing' pi.'w,-r '*ening' p,",rmount. '
J. D. PIRRONG.
WVewahiitehl;, FlaI.,TJun," 7. 1S0,4.


WHERE VOTE THlE'WOMEN.
Continued from ninth papg,.


Mirnnesota senate a full suffrage amend-
menat v.a pas-ed ;'.:1 to 1I. but when the
house got to it it wAS o,- Lite that a sus-
pinruion of the rule was.% n >:acesary to its
p:,s-. a?_. aLd ti: r;,ilu;re, ..a two-thirdL
vlpte. Th1e l:-:t that :ould.1 I.,e done by the
W"orn.:n a sitrfraIe party vxat. to get a vote
of .'.4 t.:t 44. v, hi,:h, of (:,oior?:. was insuf-
fiL ,-'nt. Tihe -enare ,of North Dakota
,i.f. te,:l a lull iitlt'tage amnindmene5t in to
* n a n, lhe h0iJ ,.- ,t Cir--t v,,el "'.3 to 22 Ilh
t'avor of it. h:,ut auft-rv r,.l- ,>;hi;-ni.'(-l itq
nlln,-t recoli.--.ei .. th,-- 'vote iir-A kile,1
thie bill.
No Sholwr in lllinoi,.
.A n1,erml].,- of the Illln:in '-. letgi.sltture Of-
l'_re,: a lhill to, rel:-,eal c,:h,:,ul "?-.cffm';ve for
V..:ni,-l anld then had the.- ch.iar..in ,-f i -
I1'_ thatt lIe \, :, -h, o t nl l I,, irsoD ill ti.e
I i-m-nII.,l,-_.- .- ho \v'j- ;'r, fI t'av or of it. k A 1ill
tO e:: llll t,:,'-. iship. ***n.l!'t'r.;t_-'e t- o nh* m n
I -.:.- I th..: l llii,:,iI --e-L-tte i . to 1 l. t
:tlll'=" ,t,-, .ii- .t.- ,-r i the h ,,Ti.i-u .. T he s .i -
[,l.:ne ::. t f *M i =' hi -.ill ha. -t L Is'i.)_v
:iS lri,:,'> .-: t it r ,t ,'I. l a hilt -n m u.iii-
i',1'5 1 "l: !rfl_ ,-r,' to v. o rl,: l ,i h ii ;:!i i; e .i,:.t!-
lti,:>! :,i ,i h* I i.' ii :,-tii:,n. thle !m :.- ;I.I!' e h aj vi ="
l :'.' i t- L,! h,- r : ii-.e '7. t,:, '-:'-,. ,a.1d thl- .,:n te
t*:> t,, 11. Th,- ,:,.\,-rrnor of' iLiiio,_rnia vi,.:.>,,:.'l
.1 ?.:h,,,ol sn1.1ft'f ri,*-,- b:iil. \'. hi,:h h~ l.,ad pae;^
th,?: lIi:,ii =e 1. to 2:7 aru,'. th,- -*,e riate ."I t,:, 6.
_-k n'],.iri,.:i|.al _t, ftragie \I}\l !,.-t^-e,.1 the la-it
hluii ,e n V ,-I r ,-,.-iit 1-4., t,: .L I:,but niiii -ed
th, ,r t,- If./ the- Io ,:.1,: 01 Ail.'e ',, 1,C.. T h,-
N >:\' [,xie,- h -. ,_*> :. I,;!r-- ^'.! .it fi' ll LItl'l'a-"_.',e
I' ', td,/ o t 1


1Ss.q.
March
October
Decemb


Con veyed urder special grant.. .. ''.. ..... .....
Conveyed under alternate sections',... ..... .....


140,584 44


- UL


415,653 73


Number of miles 'built........... ..... ..... ... ..... 48 83
Numrbe-r ,orf acres per m ile.... .......-*;;............. 10,000 00
Nurnber of acres granted .... .... ... ....... .... 488,300 00
Couveyed nl.Jer special grant....... ........... 140,584 44
Balance d .: ..... ... .... .... ..... :... .... .... 347,715 56
ALABANMA AND FLORIDA RAILROAD COMPANY.
Land-- conveyed ..... ..... ..... ..... 27,613 32-
Conveyed finder alternate'sections ... ... ... ..... 27,613 32
JACIKSt3NVILLEr- AND ATLANTIC. RAILROAD COMPANY. *
r1--Lands conveyed ...... ... ... ........... ... .... .... 12,067 14-
Cn'ey,?J undr alternate sections ... .. ..... 12,067 14
FLRID. MIDLAND RAILWAY COMPANY.
1-Lands conveyed .......... ...... 10,706 79-
Conveyed under alternate se-t ions ... ... ... ...... 10,706 79


't. balance claimed iV~eclal grant.......... I.. Su,15S 76
Palatka and I ll n River Division.
1885. '.
November 30-Lands conveyed.. ..... .. .. 21,1256
18861-' '
January 2-Lands conveyed... .. .. 33,241 87
April 24-Lands conveyed..... .. 0 7 ... .. Lrs07
1888. S
December 31-Lands conveyed .. ........... .. 152,217,35
December 31-Certificate for unpatented .. .... .... Il,.)0 00- 40.i
December 31-Conveyed under sreclal grant^3............ 286,617 35
Conveyed under alt'ernatese lalo... is .... .. 1.15,13650
'ST 401,753 85
i Number of miles built ........;,.. 70
Number of acres per mlIe..',ft........ .'. .... 6,000
Number of acres granted........... ., ..... 420,000
*" Total conveyed on specialgk nt ....... .... 286,617,35
,. Balance due on grant .. .. 133,382 65
Jacksonville, St. Augustine rilrei-llfax River Railroad Division. +
1883 ^
September 18-Lands conveyed.. ................... 43,008 54
April 24-Lands conveyed.... A .................... 6,492 71
July 30-Lands conveyed.. .. .. ......... ....... 4,030 00-- 5


27,613 32


No. 107 'West Bay Street'(No. Q
No.), Jacksonville, libri^.,
Is the place to go to if y6u A.
bip: gell or exchange anytftni n
tile line of Real Estate, .50"C' 0,
Merchandise, Bonds, Stochk*,.;t6*


The people say,
want to succeed ouq,, iTu
advertise, and if you:
advertise, it,must be"-,.
them know you61Ia
something to offer;;-
they can make monfety:!
buying."
----- : ., ^'

Now we want "the-,.,
pie" to know-a
many things to offer.ihe(h
_and--we are satisfied .thati.
tlhey will follow, ,ur-a
vice they can make m.n'e
by dealing with us. ':.'
-- .. .1

For investments w ,


ISQ6.
August


1S87.
July


G]
1884.
March


i888.
June
August


BLUE
1886.
May
. 1887.
July

1883.

1885.
May


12,067 14


10,706 79


53,531 25


REEN COVE SPRINGS AND MELROSE RAILROAD COMPANY.


20-Lands conveyed.. ..... ... .. .... .... ..... .......
Conveyed under alternate sections........ ....:.


7,781 48-
7,781 48


7,71 48


ORANGE BELT RAILWAY .-COMPANY.
18-Lands conveyed..... .. ... .. .... 66,563 29
17-Lands conveyed..... ......... ... .. e ..'. ...''...'...l. n 018 88-
Conveyed under alternate section's..... ........ 79,58217


79,582 17


k" Conveyed under the general act'.'. ..... .... 53,531 25,

1 St. Augu.lne and Palatka. Rallwai.y Division.
June 30,-Lands conv ........... ... .. .. 33,33100-
Conveyed U,. general act.. .. ..... ....,.. 33;331 00
t. -Johnq Railway Divisbon.
1886 `*1 +, .. I" 1
September --Lands (H | d.. ............, ,. .. S... ..1 42,085 92-
Convey nder general grant act ... ....... 42,085 92
S.SJohns and Halifax Ratlway Division.
'April 18-L a onveyed .......... .. ......... 9,301 93
January 2 I conveyed..... .. ... .. .. 29,966 10
ApW 7 2 conveyed............ ............ 32,784 86
July ". 6 i s1 conveyed. ",. 29,017 77--
Jul .i ; .,. ... .. .
a,X .1 'Conveyed under general grant act-.......... 101,07066'
.--, .... a St. Johns and Lake Eustis 'Division.
NCeMber 30,Lands I&-,veye. ... 14,605 6?...,
February' 2-Lands ednveyed .. .................... 4000-11


SPRINGS, ORANGE CITY AND ATLANTIC "RAILROAD COMPANY.


4-Lands conveyed ..... ..... ... .... ....... .....
9-Lands coniveyed-....... ..... ... ..... .....
Conrveyed' under alternate .ec tin ... ... ... ...
*Number of acres deededl to Floridla C-_',:: Line
Canal and Transportation Cor pan, ...... ... ....
13-Number of acres deeded to. Fl,,r;ia ,-',st Line
Canal and, Transportation Companv ...... .....
There are about 1,(A0,000 acr,.. rat en't:,. ,-amp
land and about 400,000 acres .statj ?,-le-t;..rl re-
zzrfrv6..


5!

6i



87


5,993 71
9,128 49- 65,1-22 20
5,122 20

4,489 44
s
7,657 '25- 92,146 69





!.. 9 ll--1.171.:.4: li



t,:, the ,if.,:,re-'.-,Hd
*'L 1":'..) t: .; -- (< I -?".


33,331 00


42,085 92


3


N ti ril.,e! ,:,' o .>i( ed e.!_..i to A. li nta 1: 1-1.l .ilf
SC ',,W a.t CO Wa ndJ ir, ,ke,',-h,, l:,,ee Land 'oir,.-ii .. -
N,.IM hel' -"er ae:.' t leed,:, to:, A tianti, nn,. 6 Wii f
I:c:-st C'in ,I nl ,,R,:,:-ehol.,ee L-, :. n: 1 -.
There are riow 1.-' ..,n !t:t I: ,_ rdt' Datr idtsI ,it.] I.,1 tIIi-
p:,atesot .w! a-.? imp|,, vy..I n, y -cn helb -iin r,-ii ve uln-
dr do"[te :'n:' r a._t nf" zil':] "1h'' inaep', co |.:in,'.-
'A ith .111 ru.,Q Lo.-? 0-1- t1 e I nt,=r al In .,uc1'OV _ii-1"'t
Fund ,-fI FI:, -loridaL At .i-'iuSLt 1. l ,s.
The awg regat.e illrlm)er'"of .:.l h ."cie-v of land ;i.'-vh;-h ian.,? l.,:,-,?t
w h ic h h a v e Ib e e n c o n v e ;,'_e d i:,V t [ n o tr u n t,- 4_. [ ,r ..v -' i ,,rw o ,f_, I a tn 0 e
o f t h e I utE r n a l l ln -p r o ,. .-, -n i t !A M .i t t h e S c. > h e du.,le F" '" .
variou- raI'al andt: l ,.1 in.l in,-i i- Y1"1 t i'i: -li b",


"-No A e 'fol I Dl' lnk. ii d."
hill. I.,l1It it it --cer >-:titwi to, a v :-.te in ill .h.
.*:.-I t,-. hu.- t.tiilk \\,-r,- le',-.'er c.+ .l iln \I
k.tii4.i-, \, her, ,i.h,:,,:, .-- .Imff i-,uze hitl ;-_*:,
by thb? ut'',t'-. l-.,it v .i hIi,Ii o er I, tit.
house.
Iln '.',,hrL, ,.;ti,-iit tlhe W Oll],?i have gctirie,.
a I xdl Vi,_toy in tlh "i, pa .i., ot" f sel,-a
^Lnfr~tse bill I-y I., th i.', r: he._- ,,Of the I,-
i-!ature n' l d it, t.,ein Z iz d,..l -yI, the I ,:*.V
1rn,,r. They v.ou.ild h have? r ,ii --- A gain ir
N,-v, Yorlk. vher-1 th,- legi-liAttirl>, exten,,
1.0 v,:,lhen the l lr i th t,. o vote tot ,,r county
schooll ,-O liii s-ih n-ri IIan .lai- ti,:,n to thI
.,ri e ,of hllpizr_ in the -,-lio icee of orldi
aialy h,:,,-,| on l i, :, if the 0-0rom O:,l.1r,
I11.11 s- t': t j ,? th,. i v;- \law un,:-n,titu
I i,_1nal.
\\V"c.Iel have hi I1l a ...1tlIa.:k in NeX
J --rIey tthis year. Chief .Jn ti,:e Bea-ie.\
:If tlhe ..: ii.,lrell '.Oo il't _, \.-, an opinion 01
,J0 ,,- 11. th. 1: net value -,of whih iq 'th.il
"* -ilen ".iinot \-v Lt. i [or ., nyth ln i i Nex
Jerh ey.a\' .h-th.-r it ar I, Lr in- to hI-,c.I 01
-Ltat V Io,.e iI meI it, e tl t 1 tr'1 e' leh iIat Ure tiP'.
,.]:r th,-- rl'r-eut ),n-tiLdtiO'n c.uhnii t Enact
.]ny la\O-f ,I' any kil, that, \\ill give >e.
n eII thIe I i2liht ,0,1" . a:).i ,?i.eli\ -.d- I in a l.uad ,-,'er:.-,r :>nte'l
-tj-.e, nnJ bjy mlany |r l': -,i!)s it va-s inter-
1.,rrite.i a: der,.y ilg to \t:.,01l' tlhe rlgllit t,-
vote att any election. Biut' Atrorii,:-ten-
erail St,,cktLr)n hait,: a.. ic,: I Stare Schooi
SLII_'ller"Ittelidcht I'ola.lli that v>mel-n c-In
It l \,,:te at Lschool nme'etIn gs. inotwith.-
.standin':.- the chief J.,ctlee's ruling., and he
0a,71.h IS Olinion ,lon the coln!titutlqnal
Pi'rovishn gOi\tIg to tlh, legl--lature 'P owci
to lroie for the "manae'nm -lnt aid(.] con-
trol ,:, free I-tpblic ,'h--:oo.:." The situation.
therefore, is *,":.,\hat mixe,.
In New-,e, Jer'ey.
Th., impoi n,,tan,,- of i.hi- questionion that
[,-IIlai'i tO I.-e d: ci -ile,: d s t) w\ either w6-
In V11 I'll .-l ,_,r n01' l11.,t \ ,I.[ It [ -:ch i ol liteet-
inr::._ i, N,-v- Jer-%ty in ,:at.-i ie tIt lI,f?. ha ,-PelII,.- m-,',re thlan .Ln.n (_
[liat \v,.:ien lrhi \-e tx rn ,-i tlie ?Fcah:- m
-c>I : ,l eletion in thi, stat_. tunily this
riit,:' lith.ey carit 1 a l itei.:,Iutih:,n a|.[.,ropii-
jt .= >:,i .ii-..I rai.,le I -M b f.:.r the t 6 iiling
,:,f. a I,: ,:,,.,l hju-, -\I ..ury l'a'rik \-. v% il_
In 1 -,,l ,I'. l 'j nc li x h ln i :'.J o-,t tl,-.ln
i t .: -.1. ni n I te-le.: te I thIeir oanad.l i ate fo-r
>. h,,..,l t rJi~ t,=,.
Th..:ri u i r,.:, .1,:,ul.,t thaIt t',ow th rty-one
y,,=at, .ift. ,r N,:\ .Jesr -e, I.,e<:an e a tate.
irn-tel,.. Of a ,-'lOihy. W ,-ITeil \,i:,te. l i there
t.,.r I*rc-,,],.ntiail ele>.l.:,r.-, lnien'ihr-. o:f th-e
ai .e mtll.,ly" ;hJ ,:,tl, er o In.:,: eh ai-_tl h, a -
rnl ri hl .). W he ,n [h1-e p"'. 'iv i,li '-l '' '
.:if Ne\. ir--vy .zit tat rPn.irlih_ ,rtoii .,_,i Jult
". 1'~,:. thy p_:la,:e,:i n,:, ?.x ,liualifi: itin
upon_, th= 'lot of ...iit'lr,.e. A ..:.inn.tte.-
,,it the i, -.- -liture in 17':.. a r lpjitej 1 bill
r,":nIi!atir,:= ,-e (let ..:, il, w.hi,_i the \vor,.:l5
"'hi'-" or "*-li>." 9.1'e |.t., ii._,d tO vote-rs. .anid
*-ev'alrn ,_.rlh,:r ia\w- .,ii,i oftli,-ttl ,:tlo>:iimets
,_o:.rit.tiri.-,l p~ir.. 3 ,_ ; which hliiwv that wo-
m,:n v..,:re ', ,:.-,-_i~izei .- ,'ti|| iitiz!.n.- ar,,I
\,,,z't u-- ntl Pmi 1 7,. v, ri, en tl'. I 1,=l.-ture
|:,i D-=,l ,r n(. t rth1t1: ,-- f, the ':r,'[rj' e to
P. ,nt<- ti a, l]tt .Ifizn ." Ii i i ,-,\% n
,: l?,ilr, im .I,1.' L i~i. l h:iVe! e ;1. i\ '.;i ;tk,- ;511,..
,.,* h,-': -ii th ,.i.i -i -tii: w ,.,rxn tr -i.l i.t_'l =.ic ^t tha t
thie .rT[,, r, ,f N ,-? -.- :-ky :tiil retire, ,lis
a n,?rt-!-i t r+ .-'h t.
iiL,',ii.2 th" ],-it'- :t \vi,"t",'L.rie fo,!' o,) nl
:,.i.rfr';^ .: ; ,! ,:,-,. i !,, = tle p~,- -,i^_e ,of .t law
In ..-\J ,"t, ~a -ii i_ \ini t,:, \v..r'Ln rh.-. trull
r'i-h.l to .-,i,.. !rIt a li a-i!: ti,:,n -. ar,, thle e.\-
L.-n i,-,n ],-o thIi -:- I nt,.h p~a l[.?.!t.er-t t,:, all
"A ._,!i,-!n. hoth !mlai'F rrl th, I -la l'l-il = ti-,j W tde
,i 'l ih t ,1. v,_,te itii~l i.-h t he? par -ll <:-.:,iuiih:,l -
I-ill. \\"orn n have r.is,, l:,een ma.l_ e-ligibie
t,: *.,:.lve o,,:in th L,-oiio-l n 1-11 tj.v. i ti Jainu-
,' "-.0 tii- FIt!rt:h tt I..yy a ote, of 1.'
f,:, 1. c_ .t '.',5 t, :i ii \ n)I.I r''lir .+:,i.'e in i.l..i~ine-is
tle t;.i-ht to:, ,-*.-t.: f;r i.,iee ,_,f thi e t'rihqj-
nal ol C :,. InniIr,:e. It i. claimed l that in
New Zeiaand,% \vonn hae alre;:i,..l ,oted
,-,n theL .idl of piogire- in c:i\ il govern-
1n1,?!i t.
A gri:.a.t deal rniizht I..- ,.sid ;-l.-out wonien
!Iho Iu,_,ld ,,1 f:.. i,.it it woe ld.1 rnot l:,e eI -
pe.:i.- liy,' I,, t I .rt ,.- 1t t.:, thn-_ pr -let 1rt ,i -_,.u -z
i>,-I). t c'liat-e it iz r not i.,e!i t .. that mh an.-
VI llerI. -.en n,,on;h -L)-,ae wh, t anx-
,-:11= lor tl', pnvir, ihe. f "f,,ting. Woul,:d Ie

GEit F',E %I. SMITH.
LEMtN ELI~llt.
.I PlenAnnt I~eiiinn Tonic.
For Blliousness, Constipation and Mla-
laria.
For "lndlgestion, Sick an~d Nervous
Headache.
For Sleeplessnjess, Nervousness, and
Heart D~iseases.
For Fever, O'hill., Debilitc.,and.. Kidnhey
Diseases, take Lemon Elixir.'
Ladies9, f'or natural and thorough or-
ganic regulation, take Lemon Elixir.
Dr. Moz e$"s Lemon Elixir ts prrpa~red
from thie fresh Juice of' Lemons, com-
I^ine-t wi]l other vegetable liver tonics,
anft wi;,; not fail youi in any of" tnie above
named] diseases. w.u and $] bottles at
jlruggists.
Prepared only by Dr. H. Mozley, At-
lanta, Ga.

* Will l.):,'it~i'vely cure ].-Ilt headache and
pr,-v.enit its return. This is not talk, but
t!ucn. ,Carter's Little Liver Pills. One
p}ill a dosec. Try them. i


101,070 66


ter:
Cypres4 and Pine Timbe.p 'f.a'ds.,
Piotiulhlnte nod Knolin Landh.' --'.l
Gold ind Silver Mines. '-
Orang'e Groves, Pineapple PS'
tions. 5-.*e 4
City sand Town Improved.andi'A[il
proved ProperIy..," -|-.'
Stocks., Bonds, etc. .' -


14,645 62


.-C,;,3: I-;. ROAE .\MOUlTN'T.
I-It" A<:le of Land --li-,.0.'_ ,-,,l 10 ih-_ Rili-,l, and '-.,n,-l rv', the T !'ii te.-, ,-,t" thi
Jnl trn untl lm r,,vem ,-n t Fud,1 ,:.f Fh-,i.a.
Jac,:'k s :- v ille, Tam p.i:t indV -_., 'est ...il -.. .. .. .... ,. ,T
P ala tka and, Ii...h n [ i\,r [ .-i i \. ..iv ..... ; ... .. ...... .... ... 1-!. 7:,' "
Jack-on, ille. St. A itiB istine ani.] HoIif'x -iv,-r l ilu ......... ... ........." -,'. "."
S t. A n.Ii. ustl ne ,;ili..1 P j |.!utt .i R: u l".,. ., ... ****** *** ********* : -*
S t A 1. E II I, I, P Ia t1 a -L I. ... ...... .. ..... ... ..... ..... ". ,,
St. Joh ns RPia l .w I",, '" "
S J .(- H R a ilr. .... .. ... .. ..... . .. ... ... .. ... -
F lo ri.:la S ,,udi irl .ld L -ti e E nstii ......... ..... . . . ..'.'
F l o r 'i d a S ,o ,u l h e r n . . . . . . .. . .. . . 7 : .' 1 7 '
S-avarnah, F hlrid]a. cn.I \V\ .;t.rr. .. ........ .1***** ,**** ***** 2-'*- '-:;:.
L iv'e ,-]k ard -i r 1 luft" r:'.,Iw av. . .. -' .,.. ".
S o th tF i,, r id.l a ... : .. ..... .... ........ .... .' ..... ......... .. ... .. 1- ., i
Liv ria,- Pi andw a ,nr l N avf'f .-tl ,,n ... ........... ....... ........... ... .'. 2.,1 '
P enS ; e ,_,la a ri i.1 -. .t n ti .. .. ........ ........ ....... ^
S i lv e l" S p.,tin a .% :.: i ] .: T..l i t[: ] ............. ..... 7 .
..A l i,.. a a d .. . .. ... . . ... '. 1 .
,J -ko ns p i\l], I a r,, A tl ............... '.. .. ".-
F hL ,r i ia M i. la n d R a ilw y.-i... ................. .. '... .... ... .. .. ...... i,* 1. I
ee .-.\" ....... ...... .. .. ... ... .i
.J r a r s e ; k i -.i w i I .- 1 t .. . . .. . . . .. . . . . * ^ ^ 1 '
( )r a r,---t P ..- { : \c . . . . . .- .. -.-. . .I.. .,
Bilu, Sprir,,- O range 'lry an,! A tlari : ........ ........ .. .. .. .. ... i
a 1 1 -1 .... .... . .... .. ... .... .... \ ...... ..... .... ... ......... :410!
*:'.AN AT ..s.
-- . .
t .l !. !~t ,:" *i11. I;III _(oi il ,_'.',n :, -i l l, <.,-i. l,:-,=,;'h .:hee '.[L a n,. ,-'o,-,.l i i-,lh ... .... 1,1'.4 'I ', ,,'
F lori- la I',:.cl CC i iL'I e i 4 1-I al .in,.1 T r..I I'ns ,,o- t : li.: t 'V ,r 1'C Imp-,-II ... .. .. .. t ; 6'
,-'A l~ I .. . .. ... .... ... ..... . .... 1. 0 .
.\+glegat,_- r tu r, er ,:,t' :i,.e- 0 1.. e,1% --.l tod ItC .: ;(,j1 an', i',I<1 .i *'.'^l_ 1 t :,
T i e a. n ,o n t o f i r l e ,t ,] r _- s -, i ,: \ \-r ,: ,. "i -l --' I n i a
.1 li- l tn.,,:.l t'tS M -l1. -l'-1. ? t jl,_. d v ?tr,.te.. m ie l',)]]i ivil g ,i,..j IIi.. -h ,-; t i, I,-,t !!
a n! .D .<> ^. \\h ,..h h l,-_n p~ ,,d t v r--- ,:,f a ,:,cn \,vev d "t,: .-tc '.t,, r c, a, -I
the t'List,_e'4 Oft the llilterrlI Imii r, roven-alt r- _ra.., t, la ,te ,,of
FtlundI for the (extrig mim -hInenz oi.sai I. ll11'B -.le
Th,- amount 4 dt' tlic indlel-e.ledn,=-s s,-'- l-t 1.^ t ing ishoI. J d, ht n,-n. th tr,t\
l:,y ] -In 5rff6"_e -offrie a-rifnil t,,ro iv s -_ railro--,.,
m _int PFund for" th" ielif of the land" it.'''n:,1 e. Se he, ltih "F" i 0
,:onvey ,",n] i.':.e-, a r.,',i..,l tioiro e per pe r,- I '
n. I t


-. Florida Southern Dfvlslon.
22-Lands conveyed.. .... .... '. ........... .. 17,348 93
23-Lands conveyed.. .......... ........... 485,71 39
A3-Lands conveyed ........................ 334,326 15
28-Lands conveyed.. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. 4,299 72


3-Lands
18-Lands
24-Lands,


Call and see us~or
us, if you have pro
in the North or W~es
you want.to excb
Florida po pertyv' |M
want to go'-brthira"".
not sell foray, sOh
find you so
trade'for in jusr,!!
tien you want to--.'
you have Jacks.i61
or sububan.. pro" A
want


: ... .,^^^^^


thou
you saw-in our
offer above, Go6'
ver Mines, by.:a
real estate comp.l.
it is true nevertffti
we have mining' P.
in "the Great Bladkl,
Mining District"
Mexico, that we wi
for cash, or will traid
Jacksonville city or 5
ban property. ThTer .
?-8 interest in one i
and 1-2 interest -,in .
others. Will furnish'-.
information as to
etc., on application;'
samples of ore to be jseg
by calling on us. !!


conveyed..
conveyed..
c.onvevid


525,083 69
". 4.691 71+"
241C ( .1 -A1 .


Ji


: : : :~ : : : : :: : : : : : : : :


a ,. .August G-Lands conveyed....................... 4,S5.3 42
October' 6-Lands conveyed .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. 60,462 02
i i 1886. .,; .. ., ..?
January i7-Lands conveyed...................... .. 8,036 17
.April 9-Land conveyed.. 59355 46
April 22-Lands conveyed ....................... 199,225 48
July 30-Lands conveyed.. ..... ... .. ....... -.. .. 7;249 36
August 10-Laxids conveyed......................... 445,213 82
;87
January 14-Lands conveyed........................ 4,466 93
January 31-Lands conveyed....................... 2. a3
May 25"-Lands conveyed........................ ~,n 1,0
July 7-Lands conveyed .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. 599 11)
July 21-Lands conveyed.. 6..9 67
October 25-Lands conveyed...... ................. U, 36
1888.
June 19--Lands conveyed .. .. .. .. ......... ; ...':' .. 214 4:?.
December 31-Lands convoyed.. '. 5. 11425S .2
.' JUn.e 22--Certincat'e for unpntented ... ds.. 1 ;...... ... 4 -t-2,7:1.76 97
t nt-dsTotal.. .. : .... ; 4,1 .
'. ota .. '.L; ,2.7 1 4119 5
C o n v e y e d u n d e r s p e c l ,l g ra .t .'.' ;.2. 5 6 ,4
'v:" Conveyed under alteinate:Kse quo, -s,.. .... .. ... 1%3.,,;3 16
r'.' ,' *.. .'.,
,. ,,',^i~f "J^H ,'.'.rJ'a feg' rnr nl< ,,s ./,a f' ",. .'. 2,71. ,,:,:..,. "
-2---
gj.[, ant' .l...,"".., ."..".. '.." .. K2 '. 7

~~.+'e.r'q!R gr4Ated :., 2'.-./:. .-... 2867.61m)
'.'M.X.,PvlurW'd6Fr' cfl~ grant'. 2.P53443
",:Bslence due on special giri't.. 5,, -
.. i % ^ ?c ^* '*~ an ed e oi S e il rn .... ...... .. .. .. ._'. 57 :

; t" ;SAVANNAH, FLO"RIDA AND WESTERN RAILWAY SYSTEM.
,% '. i '' .
S','", I East Florida Railway Division.
.-: 1882. I
'.February 28-Lands conv:.-yed on account alternate sections ... 9,53160
1886,
August 25-Lands conveyed on account alternate sections 5,54138- 15,07298
.. ,, Conveyed under general hn>:.orporation act.... 15,072 98


-II^ A\I':'UNT .OF
Ot lhe Int,.ial Iproeent fin,1 aid.1
ri.-iit fi.i Onlp O lih:, ol th,- i'0o:l,-Viiri


vogue, and many of the judges haie ,Il-:.
expressed their approval of the law thit
enables the -sex to exert an e,:liti.il in-
fluence on election day. .
fflxbfu0l'8? fflvg
It should be remembered that 1,t ,:,lf
the governors of Wyoming were t,,r!i-
torial governors, appointed by lh.-piq-'--
dents,. and not dependent 'in-ny wny
upon the votes of the people, and -e\,-u'ii
of them, when they came to the territ,-r:,.
were not advocates, but opponent!;. *:,
woman suffrage.
John, W. Kingman,, for four seairs .1
judge of the United States supreme .-.:,tnvt
of Wyoming, says that although tlih \\,-
men do not attend the caucuse- n an':
considerable number, they tak- a \ ,i,.
active' interest in the selectio:I ,,f II-
candidates, and it is usual in di-.-, ii j
the .availability of an aspirant tor ,,i:,-
to ask- "How does he stana ,-,itih the
0 ladies?" Frequently applicants f:r I..la:--
on a ticket are set aside because it i1,,-
lieved that their characters w-._,tl,1 n ,.t
successfully undergo the criticism of t.h-
women. He says that the ladle,.1 mm? I,-
coming 'every year more and moet ir, t,--
ested in, public affairs, and' that in, tro,-
ble has. been experienced from thiii., :-
enc@ of bad women at the polls.
"One of the marked results o"f %- .oman
suffrage in Wyoming is that vn,.n,..
school teachers receive the saime I',-
for the. same work as men. Thi- i- ;,
state of affairs that does not o,:':,r ii
many places the world over.
I have dwelt at length upon. th.- x::.
perience of Wyoming because, s:, a-Ir t
I know, it is the only community in th-
world where, women have had the iii
suffrage for a sufficient length, -.f" tiri.
to render it possible to, draw ,on,:l,si,:,r,
as to-the result of their particir.ja;,:,n ;,1
government. Considering the fa,:t tlhut
when Wyoming first conferred :lie n.
chise upon them there was only ,.nhe v ,-
mart .to every nineteen men, and that at
the present time there are three timei a-
many men as there are women, I think
that the small minority of the ,-ntrl.i-
sex ihas done pretty well.
They Vote. in Colorado.
Colorado is the only other state in Ihe
United States where'womeni ai-e c:,1 ei-r.rl
terms with men. Last year the ,',:,!,:,n'ai.1:,
house voted 39 to 21 and the senate 2, r.:,
1 to give women full suffrage, n.-Il the
people ratified that decision with .a na.
jority of 6,347 on the popular vote. It i-a--
yet too' ,early to speak of the res,.!i in
Colorado. 'Here is a brief summairy o(_t
what has been done recently,!:in ,:'th'-:i
states and territories by -the a,:lv,;'c~ltes
of woman suffrage: I .
In Arizona the house adopted fill!
suffrage bill by a vote of 17 to:6, I-,i: the
bill was lost for want of two .vote-: in th,
senate. The senate of Maine, & paz.zed a
municipal suffrage bill by m vote of l; to
13, but the measure was nine vote, shortu'
when it came ,up in the house. I ,elieve ,
that a full suffrage amendment i; no:w I
pending before the people of Kansas. tlite
house having voted 94 to 17 and the sen- ".
ate 32 to, 5 in favor of it. The Net.'a-k..i
house defeated unrestricted woni an siif- I
frage 46 to 42, but passed a munricilIal
suffrage bill 45 to 36. The senate, ho.or ever,

laid the latter measure on the ta-Ne in-
definitely and never took it up. In the


S'' LIVr OAK AND ROWLAND'S BLUFF R.ILR,-AD DIVISION.
'1882.
November M6--Land conveyed .... ..... ......... ... ......... ... 3,253, 21- 3,253 21


Conveyed uJer Gene.r.al 'Incorporation Act ...... 3,253 21-
SOUTHr FLORIDA RAILROAD SYSTEM.


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P &% J. I; r. rI.-. .. .. .. .. .. ... .... 4,,. 7 ':, 7 :e ,;,.C.' ..7
J S t. A & I-I I;" R '. .... . . ....... : .- .. ;.I._", l, !- -. i- ,
S t. .-A A: P-. 1- ;. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ; .. .. .:.. .: ,I.,,, 1 -.,; !-'., 4i-.-,i ,,1
4 I[. .J l 'y .. .. .. .. ...... . .. .. -L-.i,_, ]i, 1- ,? ,.'41 17
St ..l. A: F! I .H.. .. .. .. .. ... ' .. .. l l ,i li. 1 -2,: ]t.., ;i; Ii..
F k,,ril: Sc lu ri'.th.:r I i ii ,l -.i e E] -i.i ....... .- .. !4.,, +,2 ],, 1- ; "J. 5-
lOh i.]a S o tli r- 1;, r .. .. .. .. .. ......... .. '. :...i7 li, 1-',: 4.1.1171 -i,
Sav-aVinnliah l I,, !1 i %V.'; e--, rii R R .. .. .. .... l7..171: ,.,; lr, !--,: 4":.7i4 17
L ivtf O a- & I' r-'. r I-.' ... ... .. .. ....... :,. -,. '1 1i 1--, 7 ... ', 7
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S iver -;,il .p rlt R R: .. .. .. ...... .. .. 11-." i. 4 l !--': "',.P^ t,
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ir .l ..,,4 -:ipr. n -, l & A .. .... .... ... 451, .... .. ... .
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,r,-,'.:;. iin '7 111i, Ih l,-,n ,=,:. t,- ,oli .!, l ,': t t. I>. P IR F -,N ,;. i['hjirl n
a s-e ttl, L ti ,-, 1 .. -I 'l !,. ilr,,i,, ,i!r1 ,_I _0 11, l L D !1 Y A. N, 'I:Y .
r-
T h.7 t,'poi t v -i s. h -,orl ..1. lit t,,o l t,. _.-ee cng to -.i l.,vi l a -.*ttl,-ihmu t l Ct o I tll.-
i n t h e e i oi,- t -, I i t l _, a, t r ,- ,i l n r i i! l i1 ^ t h e r t' o r
D .1 i.,:, th e |"-I t. T l i" l- !A- i ,,t "t 1. C e ',it r.E--. \ ,-,l I:.- thi- l ..: [l i.n1 '- ,:'t thIe
liowv:-v,r, I.,:-i -_, .1 i.=-,,h.li ,i.o, inl-n ictlng 2t.t.'V Of Fli.i.Li Thi t th.e altriev-"en-
t l l I ': l 11 -F
the ,n tl..'rlie: -!---ni t.:tl to ,.-',.,m rmei'c, le.tl eral;be. ;iil i-7 hl'i l,. ,Ji!,e,:te'l. atit.i l r~i-
i C-,,ro ,:e liti-. f,.,. -i ~.:ttllu.m-nt 0,t -L- l'rini- a ? i., .i- r t~i'l' c ml :lO \v l .,I. t,- t-tik- th,-- .*,?,_-orlli
le-tIr I lort I ] I_- e ith i l_,1 1 it b it ti I rt -.I ,rt7lIi_ rea-." .:,tI r I.!,-r ,td.li\ -e 11-1n t. 1. 11.1 hi-
0o t t1h0 L a tt,0,I'n ,-:. I, I- :i t, Int I,.I 'l4 ltu r,- L irrutI le ti p ra:. ?.,ee'l. 1 -2 ini tll e lt r,-11 !:'-.- -
of' 1Qli:,. to '.>tnpel .1 *-,-ttlam ,ert l, i. '[ i "r. l ai '~ ro)i:t,
I,.
\tt,, C-.1rei r umie A" f- 011 1::n" ;1* H- 1 t II, It I.,-. t -

T ,o H iz- to E -. : -le >.7, H i=hr y L 1M il ;.:h r; I. l :,'" re l t ,- r l.oIy,, ,- ,-o .:,: ,in.:.. e l to
< ; \ l _,i H F ,r i ,l a : a ; i r i i t h ;. : ', h ,] t h 't o f' t ,I- hfl i? t '.
+ -' 1 v 0 Af:i e'. :i J l: e _," ]m2. Pl1.
I ,le i -re to c : ,ll tl 'e a tte n tio n (tfo f _' tl 1e T c o m nl itte r ,?i ,o r t to w h i. :.l th iz 'e -
ee i-,l.. ttn 'e I,.'irll ti lririY to ;. L re.-ollition ot" o-,lu i )11 i[', -I ':ti' I.,.- fo'ic ll in the Seliat,
159!. Jot nal of IS^. I h l\. n,:it l..e11un tli.
Tti- e-,:,liltion i. ri,. i'ol!ows: litl athon yet. litt h.,\e a,?rte t,., c,_Io sider-
pESjI, LTTINS. il:,l.h'l OStl-,:, tioli art,:l p'1r-parati,:'n to eom-
N 11 ri e ~'.m rn if t" l-; ] i- l i.l e ,:].:,eE n o t
SENATE .1i,)NT RES,-,LITI,)N ,ire.tiin;g otherwise :ir,:i:t.
L ai,..i E m pin .- ,:.irili the .\ttl-rii.-:.--i-teli,:l'.tl T e l'l.i _-t,!o.< ,of tlh,- Iuiterii;l3 I1m p..',ve,--
to, I .-titltu e lLr-'_aal P ,,": rL g 'S to "1,IC'M 1 : F HLIIM v l appr.r:.p r ti .i.-. ',.i t,: li
S pel S,-*: t tl n, t ,_," !ii'l--- tel rij t s t,- the |: St te lj:,' 'ift.,_,.nt R iih,:. ,ir ,-,r,,.l Canal Fla a. : i-t r.,: in thin ,p-,o -11 litiag -
*i_'-n l.ti l,~ii .-?. tio,)l' l n r he .i" I e,,, :l'lm m -l','': i _i- :ilf ,-_ I lha V,."
\\-tit-l'e.t T !#-. ..,e.;-,i-IanliV;ll- r,_-I":rt o1." fellt hat Ithe ittat ter vw;: t,-,o inip,_rtlaril to
slpe~i,,~l ,-,oniin tt,_- ;iil,,,inr.e.. 1-,-- tihe en- ,nit ptt wit[Ir,', t .a n~til!.r coii.-;ilira.itio o!.
.ite ,:'r IS-':). tiiirlr ,-, lia t,? i,.--,,l ti ,,ir-'r N ,o. 9. it i: ,-, thi i.--_i-!,itt.i e than I n-lin ti --iie.!-.
!,rov.i'ling i,,r lthe. ;.-.,|,:'ntn'ertt of' a >:o U- tlhe, ie.;i l.:ttnil *:' ly'i .tre to it.
nilttee i:.f thr.:-e_- to e.alliilre an,1l repo-rIt TrI j':=)_,iill [,:, .tl.,,-,\ ^. [':i-.'r.-,l to is in
w hat ,Il. i ln t tV or" l.t!.ir. I 5 lIe_n tih ead.J ll.i r. v. -_,eln it '!e,.li.- ,:.," tlhe -e,'.e-ral !'ail-
onvey"e l to: the -e-.' e al rdilio.i,:l an.r, e:tcin tl i',:.,a, an,;1 c'.ili-tl <-.rrm p,.lii,.- I,-ii'ia-" "*iir,,Il':' t-
,corm p.anL,=.- ,_,r tt'Li- -ia~e. tun~ler g n' nt-. .. 1,! fh-:. -t,.i tc." It t!,e i~l-_a ui. I.:lylt -iri.
nma,:._: l e p i ,-'.-i-.n to the I jyric','e t l..V the thi' re t-,~lutOn all~l th "l e ,,-,rt it 1.-Ifer" to
t1'tl~tees i lf the Iinter'n-l Imroi~r vement ,s ( ici'!'i:t, al],.. ary :l.-.n.]. ,or their value
fl.mn,1 of" th,- .:lelit -reath-,' .a li,?!n tl-,,:,ni -a,... \-vei^(-re,:-.,_-\ ,:- l ,-_,. n,-,t :i. ,.;. :tl~ r nior an it,.:re
!a inil-. an,..l !-,-,v !n ,.ii.h l(,,-,i i -:tili cla lnm .?,. w ,_,1.1,1,[ ,*,: t,:, thr- -'t te ,_,[f F Il 'i,.~i..,:t .l ',_pro| _r.
b.y -:i,..l corpou.atir, r-" \Y"hitte\-er \v.-.q.. 1"e,2:,'.. ",:-,l. if_ ,'3 ',.. \",'.iMi~
.-kh~l. \Vhe!'.:. -t T he ,].>:o',,-, ii'l-h.vin'j i.-|I:,rt l.,.:lhtr,fe- t,:, the Intelna! Im l:,!',-\ ,u,_-nt f rnii.i
'V tli-! i ; V ti .i. ,t']':,.| tir".] 1,',' tlle sella t_ ..f,,t l';_',, A nll,. ',:,i.i], l |)},_* hiei.! l.ll:,.ie,: t L' to l 'i,- tl'r lstq
':lIOr,'- that t!,e .-ev,.:t.l r-tilial,-:, an'l i;ala l ,.:r.,iiin.tit,:l \v. ith thii; 'itiri,.l VIZ.. i,',r thie
,*:-olip.,inl6 J r i'i.? Inl.'r. -,..l to, tlhe .-t.'i~te il, r',?l.Inan ,-,f rJ.-iiroa~i rand ,2 i.?.1. ari..l ,lrainl-
,lie ;lini I':.f .I} I1"! '.:.;.:"1.i t'*;e 'o:n' prlie, thiat are ah'eaddy or nldy
.\n'i. WVh>:re~t.-. Ttle ,-,:.: imi tite'e *rlecml- llereal'ter 'lle ,: iart.-e ,-1.
inen.l thst tihe attorney-,-enieral take the Thel \h,;le ,.itie-ition in\,,heole n the s~en-
ai'ompir~in reort iin.ieriilviemet.ate "j lint re.- an.i l,.e em!,,:,we,'e~l t,-, +il~titllt, |e.t] lpr,-,- traI Iml.roveniterit l.undl,, not the str.te
S1. I l 1 -.1 11 ur hi hav










it
..f f-:. v I.-


18S1.
October .

1882.
August

* SS4.
I PFebruary


Dece88m.
December


31-Conveyed tb Smith Florid? Railroad Company,
on account, alternate sections frbm Sanford to
Tam pa .... ... ....... .. ....


5,318 12
'. \


4-Conveyed to Soith Florida Railroad Company,
on account, alternate sections from Sanford to
Tam pa.. .... .... .... .... .... -:.% ..... .. ...... 51,515 89


J


19-Conveyed to Plant Investment Company (under
the Jacksonille, Tampa% and Key West char-
- ter for road construetedi y Plant Invem-tnient
Company from Kissintmee to Tampa on six-".
m ile lim it) ................... ..... ..... .... .. ..
30,,C6nvtyed to Plant. Inestnmenit Company (under
the Jacksonville, Taimpa ah-d Key- West char-
',. ter fqr road constructed byi Plant'Investment
Comrpa i from Ki-irmmee to Tamtpa,'on twen-


123,481 16 "


\

73,68 83. .,"+


'679,461 31 ,
)f ,


.9,192, 36


4,527 36
240 00- 947,275 00

2.0:t61 M- 2,061 06


1D%.3.
December


949,336 06


61e- 77


Floridla, Atlantic awl Gulf C,-ntral Division.
Lands conveyed..... .... ... ..... .... ...... ....... 1t4,518 21 '":
Flovi4 Railroad Di'irion.
Lands coriveyed....... I,.............. ... .... .... W6.3 59
19-Lands conveyed.'........ .... ... ..... ......
Pensacola Aa. ad Division. '

21-Lands conveyed ... ..... ......... .... ..... .... ... :>1. 1 21
Fernandina and Jacksonville'Railroad Divikio,,.


* .'18&4. '
December
,. 1.&2.
March
188g.
August
1SS5.
April


4--Lands conveyed..... ..... ... ...... ...............


I 17, tII


IS-Lands conveyed .... .... ................ .... 16.1,72 57
'Tropical Florida R'ailrpad t-'orapany.
IS-Lands conveyed...... ..... ......... ..... ... ..... ... 4.IS., :14
.' Total conveyed..... ****. I ... .... ... .... 594,:2.- 117
PENSACOLA AND A ,TIC RAILROAD SYSTEM.
6- L ands Conveyed ...,.'.'.: ........... .... .... ........ "," "
17-Lands conveyed,-" .. .. .... .... ... .... .
I--Lands.conveyed2'v' : ... \ t" .. 51.S.S.,7


e.!7 i()1
I '.-'.)",i ,Ii
4 l">.717 P ",

-* .li Di .ii7 ,.

I:l I.,
1 11. 11 Il7 I
:'. w' 111 111 IIl
2.111.147 U.;
/.I.1 S.,'r" 5"


t..... ... ....... .... ........
,aetdse:lections .............
ented +elcios.. ... .....
grant ..... .... .... .....
i~ cin.. ... ... ....


' s e'ia gxan -.... ... ....... .....
. . . .


, & o g .. .... ................


rCn _I


Be F +a|


Real Estate and ,

Insurance Ai


If"lPBTE.]i NFSS.
r. t'h. tl, i.ind ,i:-- ,,t the
ra~road,i ar,, canal-,.


t y -m ile lim it ....... ....... ..'.. .... .. ... ... ....
'Deceflfber 30-ConvR'eyed to Jacksonville, Tampa a.nrld .E. -
t,.: West Railway (.,d:er the Jackzonville. Tampa,
! t, and Key .West charter for road constructed fdy-
'''"..'^.i"i Plant Inxvestment Conl r y I'l,)ron Klii.i n nee
'^l'r'."w,.to Tampa, on account tern-mile grant ...........

---May 18-Coih'elved to Plant Investment Company (under
the Jaeksonville, Tampa and Koe\ West char-
-. ter for road constructed |,y Plant Investment
;'-"'impany from Bal'tow Junction to Bartow,
*fn. ,six-m ile lim it ............... .. .... .. ... .... ...
1888. "' h -
June 2--Conveed to South Florida Railroad Company
on aiceount six-mile limit from Tampa'to Port
T am pa .. ..... ... .... ... ... .. .. .. ...
D eceriber 17-Sam e .....b" ..... ... .... .... .... ...... .. ... ....
,' i.', 'Sanford Sand Indian River Division.


DQ you want to pOu
chase a set of Abstractsc
St. Johns county? if,'s
come to us, for we-ka
them to sell, the onlyA
in the county, office '.afSI
Augustine. Will, be,,;.,0Id
only for spot cash; and we
will make you a price that
you cannot help j umpjgAt.


We would like toli
on telling you whatofr
have got to sell or,
but have only one co
space that belongs to-'
fill, so must stop.. .'!!i


STEM.

65.;.'_,


27 -- C on 'vey ed .' .. ..... .... .. ... .... .. .. .... .. .....
Total con%4 V .... ... .... ... ..... ..... .......
FLORIDA WL. AY AND NAVIGATION SYS
PensaqO a" and Georgia Railroadr Division
,. I .. .
Lands conveyed ... ... .. .... ...... .. .... .. ......


1882.
August
<.< ,h .er
"- ."* ,


.'d' A?.%,1^3.
'f "f' ? '
.^ u,:ine,.


Will only say r
closing: We are herq
you to supply y6w.
in the real estate.,.
you can rest aj
there isanythin
come to us, any
you up.


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