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of the fast agejn whlchwe whIch we live Tho Thoafeamboat ThoItcUJ1bont Thofamboat
afeamboat and an railroad nllTQadrelegated relegated the thestages thestage thest
stages st ge coach to the tb past pastand and notwith notwithstanding nmwlthst nttwtthtind1ng ¬
standing st ndlDg our limited vestibules vo db les have haveplac havep1aced ave aveplaced
placed plac Florida F1 r1da Trfthln t 11n 24 hours of ofNew otNew ofNew
New York Who WhQcan can tell how soon sooathe soo soonthe
the flying ring machine for passenger p se er car carriage cari caririage ¬ t
riage rlagewlU will put putcven even the fast a5t train out outof outotbusfnesaThe outof
of otbusfnesaThe business The demand for rapil rapiltransit rnpiitransit rapitrans1t
transit transit supplied supplt l by Y the theraUroadS railroads par paralleling paralIcUn parall ¬
alleling alIcUn all lIn or coming in in xsbmpetltlon mpetltlon wIth wiOithe wIththe withthe
the waterways w terwar o of otinland inland commercehas commercel commercelhaS commerce eothmcrchas
has resulted In reducing to a minimum minimumour
our once o ce great steamboat st amboat traffic in inFlorida inFlorida inFlorida
Florida as c1sewhereComparatively elsewhere elsewhereComparatively elsewheiComparat1v
Comparatively lyfew few of those living livingat lIvin lIvinat
at this fnlstJme time have any realization of the theformer theformer theformer
former magnitude pi the tbesteaniboat tbesteaniboatI steamboat steamboatbusiness steamboatI
busn busIness business s on the St St Johns Johns river and ad in inconnection Inconnection Jaconnection
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connection with the lines Jines extending Tt TtSavannah r toI > I
I Savannah Sa1nnahand and Charleston when those thosecities those1 those1cltcg
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cities were the great supply sUpp1marts marts foe foet foeeastern foreastern I Ieastemand
eastern eastemand and southern Fdlorlda FdlorldaThe FdlorldaThe FdibrIdaThe
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The first steamboat so far as I am amInformed amIoiormedwhIch amInformed
IoiormedwhIch Informed which stirred the waterJ of ofI oftlle ofthe
I the SI t Johns was the Esseon a small smallcraft smailcraft small1craft
1craft craft used tis for carrying government governmentsupplies governmentsupplies governuientsupplies
supplies and troops tioopsdUfing during the great
Seinlnole Seml ni ole war about 1836
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latter forties among mon my earliest earliestmemories earliestmemorIes earileatmemories
memories was the small smal1steamboat smal1steamboatI steamboat steamboatSarah steamboatI
I Sarah Spaulding commanded by Capt CaptPaul CaptPaul CaptI
Paul B Canova which made weakly weaklytrips weeklyI
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I trips from Jacksonville to Ft Mellon MeUIaIon MelhnaLake
1 Ion on Lake Monroe At the same tImeI time timethe timethe
I the steamers St tMatt Matthews cws Ocmulgee Ocmulgeeand e eI
1 and William Gaston plied between betweenSavannan betweeqSavanna betweeSayannaj
Savanna 1 and Palatka On their theirdown
I down trip ascending asc Qdlng Black creek as asI fiSI asI
I far as lliddleburg I1ddI bug which was the ship shipping shipping shipping ¬
ping point forcotton for cotton brought In wag wagons wagonsfrom wagons ¬
ons onsfrom from Alachua Columbia and other otherinterior oth otherintelor r r6CC
interior sections 6CC ectIon Uon s This Th part pa rt of O the theroute t theroute he heToute
route was wa continued by succeeding succeedingsteamers iJulceedlngsteamers
steamers until the construction of the theFlorida tbet theFlorida
Florida railroad across the peninsula peninsulawhich Penins ula ulawhJcb
t which destroyed the business impor Impo ¬
tance of Mlddlebur tU bu Two new n V steamers steam steamers at ¬
ers the 3IagnoIIa and Welaka were wereplaced wcreplaced woeplaced
placed on the Savannah and Florida Floridaline F1ordaline Floridaline
line about 1851 The formera former a aver avertaSt very veryfast veryfast
fast boat after aftcrrunnlng running but a short aborttime shortt1m shorttime
time t1m exploded her boiler opposite QPposlteS QPposlteSSimons S SSimons SSimons
Simons Island IsI md Georgia killing her jfercaptain hercaptaIn er ercaptain2
captain William T McNelty Twonew Two Twonew Twonew
new and an andsome > steamers the Sem SemJnolo 8emJnQlemdSt Scmmole
mole JnQlemdSt and St Johns were wer added < 1 to totho totho tothe
tho SavannahFlorida SaYanWlh Florlda line In 1853 1853After 183After 1853After
After running runJ1Irsor for several years eaT each eachin eaei1Intqm ac acIn
in Intqm turn was burned at a her dock lu luJacksonville luJa InJakonville
Jacksonville Ja k5onvn e during the night time timeThe timeT1i timeThe
The T1i hull huUof of the St Johns was saved savedand savedand savedand
and she was rebuilt about 1858 and andcontinued andcontinued andonUnuedin
continued onUnuedin in the thetrade trade About 1853 1853Capt 1 lS53Capt 53 53Capt
Capt Jacob Brock Bt ck brought out the theDarlington theDarlInaton theDarllngton
Darlington from 1OnlSouth South Carolina and andfor andfor andfor
for years extending into the seven seventies seventies seventies ¬
ties under command of Tier 1cr veteran veterancaptain yeteranI
I captain plied between Jacksonville Jacksonvilleland Jacksonvilland Jacksonvilleand
land and Enterprise The deliberation of ofrpresent ofhose oftbose
hose days Incomp In comparison ri < ion with the thotpr thepresent
present tpr stnt is well illustrated by the schedule sched schedule schedI ¬
ule of theDarlington ofthefDaxlIn 1on for many manyyearsl manyyearslShe years yearsfihe yearsShe
I She would leave Jacksonville at at8 8 a ara am am
m Saturday reach Palatka that even evend
I I fng lie there here untl about daylight Mon MonIpy Mondtiy
d Ipy < y morning morifln proceed up the river riveri
I i reaching Enterprise about sunset re remain rErI remdln
I main II1 In there until Wednesday morning I
when starting oa tbe dOW down n trip > W would wouldreach OUId i ireach
reach reachPalatk1l Palatka a aj the shades of night nightdrew night4rcw nIghtdrew
drew on lie lI over there until nextmornlug next nextmorning nextrooml
morning rooml g and d arrive at Jacksonville acksonv1fleThursday i iThursday
Thursday Tbursdnraijou about 3 p m The Hattiej Hattlq RattlqBro I
BrocJc Bro kW k wag wa s added to this thisllne line two 911 qr qrtbiee r rthree
three thteere years rs beforetfe 1J f fOijtifew rii ti ewar war r and contin continued con c6ntInucd tin tinued ¬
ued thereon for many yearsAbout yearsAbpqt years yeaFsAbput
About 1852 1 52 CapL C t Jx Louis > uls 31 l Coxettcr CoxettcrInitiatea coxettcrfnltiatel1 CoxetterInitiated
Initiated the CharlestonFlorida Char1eitonFJorldaJJnbrlngIpg linebrIngIng line linebringing
bringing out utIn in auccesloa u cesllon some splen splendid Jlplend4 splendid ¬
did steamers for that route first the theFlorida theFlorIda theFlorida
Florida which was succeeded a few fewyears fewears fewyears
years ears after afterJ by > Y the Caroline Thes Thesevessels Thesvessels Thesvese1
vessels made madethlJ the outside passage to tothe toth tothe
the th St Johns JohnsP1lat Palatka being jae t e Flor FlorIda Florfda FlorIda
Ida terminus of the line About 1857 1857heput 1851he 1857he
heput he put the magnificent steamer Ever Everglade Evergl Everglade ¬
glade gl de9n pn the inside route between the thesame thesame thesame
same pointsAbout points pointsAbout pointsAbout
About the same time Capt JamcFreeborn Jamc JamciFreebomp JarnecFreeborn
Freeborn placed aced the new and elegant elegantJtv eleganti1On elegantIPon
Jtv i1On > n steamer St Si Marys on the Savan Savannah Savanllahuqd Savan1mb ¬
nah llahuqd aqd Florida line UneA A similar similareteamer slmiJarsteamer similarteanier
steamer the Cecile CecHewasplaccd was placed on onth onthfnarlestonroute the theCharleston theCiiarleston
Charleston fnarlestonroute route Inside passage a ayear OJyearottwo ayear
year yearottwo or two before the war warAll warAll warAll
All steamboat steam oat traffic pn these wa waters waterti Watere ¬
ters was suspended p nd d by bylJle tfte war W I and andcertain a acertain p pcertain
certain of f the Steamers sie 1ner which had hadbeen hadbe badbeen
been be n engaged engae therein th reln were usej 33 33blockade a ablock ablocit1
blockade block blocit1 de runners and in n the Confed Confederate Con CQZiICderte d derate ¬
erate government service serviceAfter serviceAfter
After gDlerJ1ment the he war the steamboat stl3 mbootbusl mbootbusln bust bustnes bustne
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nes n ne was w resunled r auJTi Among Amongfbe the earn
est on the Savannan S v route rou were the thelizzie tiieUzzle
lizzie iule Baker Helen HelenGittt1 Getty the old St StJohns stJOqns StJolIns
I Johns and Sylvan SlanShore Shore later the theNick th thj thN
Nick N j k Kinfc KIn built upon upon4c t t4o e hull of o the theformer theformcr thefoUner
former St Marya The old veteran veteranCapt veteranCapL eran eranOapt
Capt Coxetter who in the early par parxof pa11of parof
of the th war commanded c the Confedel Confedelrate Coneder4tc Confedertc
rate privateer Jeff JeftDavifiand Davis and madem1inycaptures madenrnny made mademany
many m1inycaptures captures placed on tie t Charles Charleston Ch Charlesta rles rleston ¬
ton line the Dictator Dic tor and an afterwards afterwardsthe
the City Pbint P Polnt1and Intf < and nd those fine steamers steamerswere
I were familiar objects obJ ots on tho St St Johns Johnsfor Johnt Johnsor
for or many man years Their successors thp thpmagnificent thpst th
t st Johns and CIty orPalatka otPalatkamagnificent Were I
magnificent specimens of steamboat steamboatflrcbltectnre 5tCambcataritecnro teambcatlrc
1 flrcbltectnre lrc ttc m ot otallte o a later + date They Theyare Tb Theyare r rnr
nr are still s t1lI m Jiving Jivlngr the St St Johns plying p1 p1yInon In5 In5on
northerntwaters J
Of trie bellum river rlversteatn rfrerthe steamersI steamersIthe t6 t6tbc
the scope of this his article will net nctv per permJt pernIt T TpSt
mJt pSt more mre than a mention of them themBesides themBe tilei1Bjdes
Besides Be Ides the tl Parllngton and Battle HatUeBrockl BattleBiock
Brockl Brock I recall reC lI the theStarUght Starlight David DavMClark DnvrtC DavidCJark
Clark C rk Water Wt r I4Hy IUJrPastinte Pastime City of ofSanford Ofuord ofSnf
Sanford Snf uord rd burned at Point LavJsta LavJstaHampton LavJ3bHaPJPtQn LavJtaHampton
Hampton John Sylvester SYlvesterE1l jniz IIz Han jjanCQ HanC fanIL
CQ C X Hr T Days BaysPplt Port Royal RoyalGeolf RoyalGeolfDlrd Geo > t tDIrd J JBird
Bird But we weate are approaching apprqac lng the thepresentand theI theptent1
presentand I ptent1 te en aJ1d id I only nly undertook ta write writeof wrJteorthe writeof
of orthe the past Then Thenc cane e that great g2eRtroiution1er greatfeyolutipnfeer greatrcyolutlon
feyolutipnfeer rcyolutlon r p of trade th1det t tae n e railroads railroadswRIch raUrodsw ra1lroadwhIch
whIch w Ich pull down as well as build Jn nd up upparalleHnjc upp upparaIIe11n
paralleHnjc p neUDst the river rlveratone1m9that at one time that
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great gn at I highway hl hway of fcommerce commerce an ai1ol ai1olteamboatthg lj ljthe t to toamboating
amboating on the tbe8t t Johns J hnl IL aa IQI IQItbe lZ lZthe
the palmy times of O earlier days ars he hecame became hecame
came a lhtilgof thing of thepast tho e p 1St A few still stillremain zstml zstmlremaIn 3tfl1remain
remain and dp ii laIr business businessA b sInes3 sInes3A I IA
A most Important feature of fthoftC fthoftCeamboat tbO tbOEteaxnboat thbw thbwsteamboat
steamboat day dlLTh YJ to tfio Q traveling traVC1I pub pubJlc PUblie
lie was tile tii commander of the shlp5 shlp5as shIvas shpas
as a rule jolly big hearted Ji arted whole wholesouled w wnuloouled uio uioSoulQd
souled men IIiel1Wlth with any Ulfamoun amount t of t pluck pluckand plucknnl
and good sOOdhumor C3d humor Anong tfrbae thot of ofthe orth ofthe
the th earlier c rller days wero Feck ok WilJy WilJylost wm wmlast Wi1rlest
lost on the Magnolia Shaw Postell Postelll P t J J1I <
l ck k King Freeborn Coxettcr CoxettcrBrooks CoxettotDrooks CoxetttBrooks
Brooks Brock and SurtlS S rUJ Of a later Uterday Itotday laterday
day McKeity MC ltr Jr Tuqker Joe JQ Sroltb SIththe Sroltbthe S i 1 1the
the Fitzgeralds UsInaVClclStarko UsInaVClclStarkoCoxetter Uslna VoseJ Starko StarkoCoxetter tarko tarkoCoxetter
Coxetter Jr Post William wnu m Shaw Hlowes H Hlowes iIlowes
lowes and nd Charlie C arlio Brock yearlyall yearlyallgone J1early J1earlygone ai aigone
gone goneAnd goneAnd
gonend And < nd gone are ar the good goo pd steam steamboat steamboat steamboat
boat days d 60n on tne St Johns JohnsSTRIKERS JohnsSTRIKERSWILL JohnsSTRIKERS
STRIKERS STRIKERSWILL WILL PETITION PETITIONAGAINST PET PETTIO PETTIOAGAINST TION TIONAGAfNSTUSEOF
AGAINST AGAfNSTUSEOF USE OF TROOPSContinue TROOPS TROOPSContinued TROOPSContinue4
Continued from frO First Fir t Page Pagesters iaesters Pagesters
sters going from their lodgings to thej PIe PIeEmploers theEznployers
Employers Teaming Companys barns barnsat bunsat barnsat
at Franklin street and ant Jackson boule boulevard boulevard boulyard ¬
vard Tbe T e negroes negroeswere were led by a awhite awhIteman awhite
white whIteman man Frank Curry urr1 formerly rqrmcrIa rqrmcrIatreetcar astreet a astreet
street treetcar car gripnjan grlVID1nwho who became b a11e a aBtrtke aatrlke astrIke
strIke breaker during the city railway railwaystrike rallwars railway8trUe
strike s Jne here some months ago and whQ wholias whQliasrtcentIy whQhas
has liasrtcentIy recently been beenactive active in 1r labortioublf5 labor labortroubles labortronbl
troubles tronbl s at St LouiaT Louis A curious curiouscrowd cuIi curiguacrowd ul5 ul5crQWd
crowd of sightseers and strikers ltr1 triicerslowed Qrs fpV fpVlowed fol followed
lowed As A the procession turned turn ItoJackson into intoJackson IIJtoJacklJon
Jackson boulevard from Michigan ave avenue aveflue 1Venue ¬
nue however the Increasing crowd CT r wd of ofstrike ofstrIlesympathizerswIthy ofstrike
strike strIlesympathizerswIthy sympathizers with yells l1s of o de defiance detlance deIane ¬
fiance began begant throwing rowln stones and andbricks t1udbrIcks andbricks
bricks Police poIl Ucntenant Itpt Lcuten ant Dillon tDmontruckQn was wasstruck wasstruck
struck truckQn on the head He staggere staggereand stagsereand atagerefiand
and would woulc1havefallen have fallen had not several severalof
of the strike breakers break rs caught ca sbt and su sutained SUB SUIJtained SUBtamed
tained him Other pollee and audanum audanumber a num number nnmber ¬
ber of strike breakers were also hit hiti hitne liltTb
i The Tb march tnarc in Jackson boulevard 1Ioulcv dwas dwasstQrmy was wasstormy was8trWy
stormy but the barn at FrankUn Franklinstreet FrankUnstreet FrankUnstreet
street were reached w1t1 without out severe severeinjury tlfVeretn1ut severe1nury
injury to anyoneCoal anyone anyoneCoal
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Coal Famine F mlc Feared
Chicago Chlcagotay May 2 The TheJlted pfted i ed for coalrapidly coal coalrapidly
rapidly is developing into Jntooto opeof of the themost tbemost themost
most important factors t ctorl of the team teamsters teamsters teamsters ¬
sters strike With the exception lof lofMarsball of ofMarshall ofMarshall
Marshall Field k Co and nd one or two twoother twoether twoother
other big houses the supply of otfueJ otfueJO fuel fueltwo
O 013 hand In Statestr State street et averagedfrom averagedfromtwo averaged from fromtwo
two to four days Marshall arsha11Fleld arsha11FleldCo Field FieldCo FieldCo
Co bare h < ye coal oIIforlwQ for two weeks or more moreIt 1IloreIt moreIt
It Is I admitted by the coal dealer deaimwho dealerwho dealgrwho
who are even more more reticent than the thedepartment thedfplrtJDent the6epartment
department Etflro EtQrosnanagers managers that the thecrisis U1 U1crlsls thcrisis
crisis in the fuel situation will come cometotfay cometo6 conoto6ay
r tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrowTne tornorrowThe
to6 totfay y or
The perllousness of the situation situationwas situat1Qnwas
was emphasized by byJhU John C Fotzer Fotzerrc Fotzerrccelver Fotzerracolver re receiver ¬
ceiver for ihe Union Traction com company CQ11pany campuny ¬
pany who said saidhi saidIn f fIn
In several of our station 5tat on unless we weget weget weget
get coal in I twentyfour twent four hours we wliava wIIhave will willhave
have ava to close down Of course courieWG wo win wintry wilttryev willtry
try tryev every 1possible possible scheme s heme flrsttAPPY first firstHAPPY ftrstHAPPY
HAPPY RESULTS RES LT OBTAINED OBTAINEDBy
By the th1Jsc Use of the New Scalp Antl AntlseptiCr Antlptlc AntieptiC
septiCr septiCrIt ptlc eptiCit ptlcIt
It wouldnt take long to number the thehairs tb tbhaJrs thehairs
hairs In the beads bea f of o some people the thereason lhereason thereason
reason being they havent many ny t tnumb to tonumber tonumber
number numb r In most instance however h wavey
Is own germ g rn
root soon plays havoc h v c with the most mostluxuriant mo mostiuuriaut l llu
luxuriant lu url nt growth an ancaql5 causes 5 It to fade fadeand f fadeand de deand
and fall out Ot A T remedyfor n cd1pr this t lsbas lsbasbe has hasbeejj hasbeep
beep be p discovered called cfl1J 1 Jfewbrps N Ybros Her Herpiclde Herpicldc Herpilde
piclde that acts by rdcstrofin destroying the lbegerm thegerm thegerin
germ that tb1tdoeg does the tb datnajje dtma e beaides beaidesremoving be154esremoving bep1esremoving
removing alHmpnrlties al1 lmp rlUes from the tb sIp scjilpIn lp lpIn
In addition it permits new life llfeand llfeandIgor and andvigor aMvigor
vigor to enter the t Bcalprand scalpandha happy py re results resultsar resuits ¬
suits sultsar are sure 6Jreto to be JHtalqedfrom 1iiai 1edfTom U ituse Its Itsuse Uuse
use Try it Sold by leading l adingdrugglt3 adingdrugglt3For druggist druggistFor druggIt3For
For sale by W A TAlemberfc 1 > drug druggi Qru Qruglqt drugigt
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