The Florida dispatch
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Title: The Florida dispatch
Uniform Title: Florida dispatch (Live Oak, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Florida Dispatch Line
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: January 4, 1886
Publication Date: -1889
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1876.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -new ser. v. 9, no. 3 (Jan. 21, 1889).
General Note: D.H. Elliott, editor.
General Note: Published at: Live Oak, Fla., <June 20, 1877>-Feb. 11, 1880; and at: Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 18, 1880-Jan. 21, 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (May 8, 1876).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: Florida farmer & fruit grower (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Florida dispatch and farmer and fruit grower

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Perhaps some of your readers may disgrace to the citrus family, but after best in my grove. With this and i

*i'Th1l1 say : "Well, who is this fellow, anyhow reading Mr. E's ,article, my wife in- other experience of a like nature, I became 1

,, \ ?" "Is he one of those 'new formed me that she ,was, sorry that I satisfied that water was origi. '.

Soale--"Ma: de Coma/1 &c. comers' who know more about oranges had cut off the top of that tree, as the! nator of the disease, and at once began '

Editors Florida Dispatch: and orange.culture and orange diseases, fruit remained on it until all other to so cultivate my grove that each .'j'j

after a,,six weeks residence, than; the oranges had gone,and when thoroughlyripe tree would stand on a sufficient eleva
....,... ....In"your issue of the 14th of December
'old settler' .who has had fifteen or it lost its bad-odor, and became .tion to prevent the flow of water. ,",:;,
our friend "E. tells such
a"whopper" twenty years experience in orange very sweet, tasting like it had been around its roots or body at the ground, .
on: 'me that I ant fain to
growing?" And as you, Messrs. Editors baked or otherwise cooked. Such I and to be doubly fortified, I had all y
S "haul him over the coals and will do
may not be able to give this in- being the case, I,shall permit some of my trees trimmed up to a distance of ,",
it right here and I know how
now. formation, I"beg leave to report' its sprouts to bear again. six or eight feet from the ground to ':
he came to ,do it and do' not for
.. a that I moved to this county in the Now, as to the Foot-Rot. Not until give plenty of sunshine and air to dry :
second accuse him'of intentional
wrong, winter of 1867, at which time orange the, year 1880 did we know or hear of off an undue amount of moisture. '
and therefore don't ask either for <.1
an culture as a source of revenue, was this disease this county. The year While so trimming my grove, there :
apology "coffee and for "
or pistols two. not even dreamed of by our cotton, of 1878 was a very wet year, the rain were two trees of unusual beauty of

We were passing through my garden, corn and sugar farmers. Believingthat falling in floods almost the entire year. form and the trimmer begged me to.

and after looking over my pineapplesetc. there was money in 'oranges, I That this extraordinary rainfall caused spare them, as they were so perfect as i

., we stopped near a pretty orange determined to have a grove if possble. the beginning of the Foot-Rot, I haveno they stood, with their sugar-loaf crown (

. tree, which I had grafted with that"June" Not a sweet seedling tree could be doubt whatever, and after the dis- and wide spreading branches. To ,. I

orange. I picked an orange bought in the county, and if I ever ease.once. began it was like any other gratify him I did so, at the same time

from, that tree, and was telling of its got a grove I would' have to get it contagious disease, and readily affected telling him that the Foot-Rot would
virtues when Mr.Saxon -
many noticed from the seed planted by myself. other trees where the water could con- certainly kill them. The next year I

symptoms of the scale insect, on the There were a few bearing trees in the vey the seeds to the roots of the had to take them both up-dead with
lower limo of the tree, when I remarked of old settlers and Foot-Rot.
yards of many the healthy ones. .
that I did,not care a cent for from a ,number of these trees, lob, My,theory of it is that it is a fungus, After trimming my trees, I did not '-.

the scale tribe, as a few nails driven tained the fruit, and selecting tho best originating from the fermentation.ofthe know what else to do, but soon discovered J

into the body of the tree would route varieties, I bought the fruit, saved the sap of the tree, when the roots or that those slightly affected were ,

the whole army. So, now,Mr. E. you seed,. planted them (the seed), and the body of the tree near the ground! daily growing worse, and unless the J

know it is so, and itisno use to deny it, thus raised my own nursery, from are kept wet and shaded, or where the disease was checked they would all j jI

for Mr. S. is a good witness in any which my present grove, (with a few water is permitted to flow around the I die. After reading everything I could '

court in this county, and with his evi- exceptions), is stocked. The trees tree, or settle'at its roots. I get access to on the subject, and being .

dence and a packed jury, I know Icould : grown from. these seed, produced fruit The first tree in my grove affectedby satisfied of the fungoid nature of the

convict. you of unintentionallibel. true to the parent tree, except two, it, stood in a row where the water disease, I settled upon this treatment,

t as named 4 by Mr. E. The one that from my house and yard flowed around to-wit: I went over every tree in the j

Well, Mr. E., since you have drawn matures.in June has been pronouncedby them. ,All of them (8) were killed.I grove and wherever I found any traces 1

me into the "DISPATCH" nolens volens, every one,who has eaten it when had a private schoolhouse built in of the disease,such as sap oozing out,or ;.' I

I supposeit may. not be altogether ripe, to' be a most delicious orange, my grove and at three corners of this a discolorization of the bark, I cut out I

uninteresting to the many readers of and I intend to send a box to the house were three beautiful, trees. The all the diseased bark, (and you can tell :

your most excellent paper, to give "Fruit Growers' Association" for their vater from the eaves of this house to a hair's breadth how far the disease !

them, and particularly Mr. W. S. examination the coming spring or (Foot-Rot) killed all of these trees, has extended,) carefully put every

Hart, my experience in orange grow- summer. when'others standing twenty feet off .particle in a bucket and burned it. I

ing, and more'especially in the disease .The other with its un-cologne-like, where the water did not reach, were then made a mixture of about one part y-d E

called Mal de Goma, or ]f oot-$ot. odor, :I j: cut 3o\yn, for I thought it a not afffffecte4 and are now among the of carbolic acjd t tq about thirty parts. t

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water, and with a sponge tied to a And now Mr. E. when you wish to r them'with Florida lemons. The cus- of more than thirtyhours, you will

stick, applied a copious dressing of,the be bored with another long communi- tomers to whom they were shipped have to watch your tobacco, and as
mixture to each place from which I cation to the "DISPATCH" you just gave second orders for "some, more of soon as mould is detected, you must
had cut the bark. If the disease has come down to see_me, or tell another that same sh')J'nent/' supposing them, start a fire-keeping the heat about

followed the roots into the ground, "whopper" on me, and you'll get it. of course, to be-superior Messinas.- ninety degrees. If more than'that it
which it sometimes does, I try to erad-i Yours truly, For many reasons the Florida I will cause the tobacco to cure green.

.icate the last particle of it. The best T. S.. COOGLER. lemons should be used, especially if In making a fire, if you have no stove .
season of the year to do this 'is when Brooksville, Hernando Co.,. Fla., they are about the equal of foreignones or fire place, build a fire in the house :
the sap is returning to the roots, Dec. 21, 1885. ; but the principal one is because on the ground. Use green hickory.
which is usually in May, Augustand 4 the money is kept in the South insteadof Any other wood injuries the flavor.
November: but I prefer Novem- Keeping Oranges for Shipment and going away to.other countries. In The tobacco is cured and ready to packas
ber; and it is best to pay frequent for Home Use and for Sale. matters of transportation, two, thereisa : soon as the stem in the leaf is per-

visits to the trees to ascertain if An article on an improved which methodof saving, and the old notion,of foreign fectly dry; the stalk may be green,
every particle of the disease has been packing oranges has been travel raised or made goods should be but if the stem in the leaf is dry and
eradicated. With this treatment I going the rounds of the Florida papers, laid on the'shelf, and a preference for hard, it is cured. You will detect
have lost no more trees but those affected closes with this paragraph: our own sunny southland products be mould first in the stem underside of
"The desideratum however is substituted therefor.Atlanta Capitol.
are being healed of the great leaf where it joins the stalk. When
to know how to keep the fruit until --
wounds I have given them, and fast -- -- your tobacco is two-thirds cured, if you
later in the season so as to distribute
recovering their former vitality. The are pressed for house. room, you can
r soil,of this grove is what is called clay through a longer period. We hope close it up on the slats to four inches.
benefactor will solve this
land-the clay being from two to some orange Never mix green with cured or half
four feet under the surface but the question successfully. Tobacco in Florida.A cured tobacco.
Foot-Rot is no respector of soils in This "great desideratum" should be late number of the Monticello Seventh. When tobacco is cured

this county. Clay, sandy, hammock, by this tiLDe pretty generally known, Constitution gives some valuable sug-- take it from the stalks as soon as pos-
mixed and all other kinds of soil are as my experiments and others of keep- gestions in regard to the cultivationand sible, but this you cannot do until a

its home, where water and shade are :. ing oranges for six months or longer, curing of tobacco, as followed in damp day, in order to get it in case,
found. I have had all of the citrus by packing them in clean, dry sand' Jefferson county. We publish them that is, damp enough to strip from
family killed by it_ except the bitter- has been published and republished in for the benefit of those of our readers stalks and pack down in bulk with tu
sweet orange. The sweet orange is the last seven or eight years. This who contemplate engaging in that pur- breaking. Take one or two stalks '
method has been tested
easiest affected, but it has killed for so thoroughly suit : and remove the leaves, press together
me the sour orange, grape fruit, lem- that there is an absolute certainty All tobacco should be thoroughly with the hand, and if they expand as
ons, lime, shaddock, Japan plum, about it, and no one need have any wormed the day it is cut; if you don't soon as released, it will do to take

peach, etc., etc., where this water and fear in risking large quantities, of the tobacco worm will eat it in the from the stalk and bulk. If the tobacco
shade generated it. No age or size of fruit. And there is no plan conceiv- house until dry enough to make him is in proper case to bulk, first
tree,makes any difference. Mr.\ Hart able that is more convenient, cheap drunk.. You may not be able to take the laths down and strip the
wants to know if the disease commencesin and desirable as one day spent in ob- cut all the tobacco at one time on account stalks from them-put in a pile large '
taining and preparing sand enough to
the roots and works upward. of the replanting, but as soon ends one way. This will keep it in
My\ experience is, that it begins at the keep a large quantity, and the articleis as you do, you must have the suckers, case and if more than one day is re.
ground or an inch or two under ever afterwards on hand for futureuse. some of which will be ten or twelve quired to complete the work, cover it
ground, and works both up and Pack the oranges as you would inches high, plowed first and ho wed with a blanket. To strip tobacco take
down. eggs, not touching each other, and afterwards} hilling the earth around the stalk in left hand, bottom to you,
The little ants are after the little keep them in a cool, dry place, and the suckers to support them until the and strip leaves with right hand laying
none will spoil within six months if
insects, etc., on the trees as far as I wood can harden. If you have to them one upon the other, and you
have noticed, and rarely ever do any sound when put up. cover up one or two of the bottom have the leaves from three or four
harm to the tree.I Plaster of Paris in the dry, powderedform leaves, it .makes no difference. You stalks. Then you take them by the

have planted trees in the place of will answer as well as sand, then treat the sucker crop in all respects stem end, give a slight twist and pack.In .
which can after be used as a fertilizer.
the Foot-Rot dead trees, and had as you did the first crop,except 48 hours examine the tobacco, and
And carbon in the form of charredsaw
them killed by the disease the second that you can leave two stalks in one if found hot, you will have to rebulkit
and third time and if you take up a dust will also keep oranges and hill. Your tobacco that has been left and continue to do so until it stops
other perishable fruits for a long time.
dead Foot-Rot tree you must remove for seed you will have to prune as you heating. If it gets too hot,the tobacco
every particle of root and bark, or else But this method/if I mistake not, has did the bottom leaves and string in the will rot. About the warmth that a
been some one in Cali--
patented by
your new tree will likewise take'the same way. Keep worms from flowers hen hatches her eggs is right. So soon
disease. fornia. and seed pods. When the seed are as it stops heating you can pack in
Don't try your knife on a healthytree Oranges prepared in sand when ripe they turn a brown color. Cut and boxes, and it will be ready for market.
taken out do not decay readily as
after using it"on a diseased one thrash out on a tight floor and sift The tobacco is pleasant to smoke in
those taken lately and fresh from the
without cleaning it, for if perchance a through a.sifter. forty days from cutting. In twelvemonths l
single seed of the fungoid gets on a tree, but gradually dry up inwardly, The sucker crop carefully attendedto it i is fine, and in two years you
the form of the fruit remaining intact.E. T
new cut, it will give the disease to B. MILES.\ yields one-half as much as the first cannot tell it from the best Cuban \
that tree.I crop, and you start with it half way. tobacco-and this, without the pre- ::
don't know about the disease be- Florida vs. Messina Lemons. If you find that you have been neglectful paration they give in the factories.As .

ing "epidemic" but you may always Talking with a leading fruit dealerin and housed worms with your money crop we cannot find any'J'J{
look for it within twelve mouths aftera the city, we learn that as yet Geor- tobacco, you will have to worm it in thing in this portion of Florida to excel .j i
good spell of rainy weather, if your gians are not educated to the excellent the house, which is done by shifting it. It makes from 1,000 to 1,200 1
trees are shaded or subject to water as quality of Florida lemons. Every- each row and worming each lathe sep- pounds per acre; and if properly '1
I have before stated.If body must have l\essinns-just why arately. It will be sufficiently dry in warmed brings from 15c to 25c per i{
Mr. Hart wishes to propagate the nobody seems to know. This dealer twelve days to make the worm drunk. pound. If you have to pay for all the. I

disease, his 8th question, if practiced, informs me that Florida lemons in Sixth. If it is clear dry weather, labor to make an acre of tobacco, $35 1..
will effectually do it. I have never quality are far ahead of Messinas, and you will have no trouble in curing to- will cover the expense, and $5 additional 1t

seen the disease higher on the,body of he said that to test the matter, he. had bacco. It requires to cure it from will place the crop at the depot, I
the tree than ten or twelve inches had boxes made of the exact shape of twenty-five to thirty-five days from ready for sale or shipment.
from the ground. those used. for the Messinas\ and filled cutting. If you have rainy weather To my planting friends I wouldsay! : :;

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I e< give the matter some consideration fact its effect with regard to the inor- 'especially delightful in the summer ped North. In addition so shad there

Try something'b id s cotton, and ganic matter of a, soil is simply to season, and may be enjoyed benefi- are plenty of mullet, trout,sheepshead, \

il:' stop the depreciation of everything. It convert the already existing minerals cially at all seasons of the year. Na- bass, bream, sun-fish, shrimp, etc., in

t may bring a boom to old Jefferson from an inert and unavailable condi- ture seems to have especially adaptedthe the fresh waters, while everywhere on

;r that she deserves. If planters will tion into one that is active and available Halifax beach to safety and con- the seaboard, red snapper, grouper,

;- cultivate a sufficiencyve! will have but it can never add one particle.The venience in this respect. There is a trout, tarpon, black fish, angel fish,

t tobacco buyers as well as cotton buyers organic matter is obtained from broad, hard beach which slopes very silver backs, sturgeon, turtle, oysters,

: among us. the air and is an actual addition to gradually. Along this there is a crabs, etc., can be taken in any quan-

1 J-<.;;" Green Manuring the soil. Yours truly. C. G. B. space where the water is only three or tity. The man of small means living 1

", Editors Florida Pinecastle, Orange Co., Dec. 22, '85 four feet deep, separated from the near any water course or lake in Flor- : I
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, have abundance of fish if he ;
r deeper water by a parallel shoal whichis ida, can
In your issue of December 14th How much fertilizer can be profit-
sometimes out of the water at low chooses to angle for them. This, certainly I
there are some remarks on green ma- ably used in growing vegetables? '
tide. Here men and women who can is favorable to the poor man.
nuring, which do no. not. seem to treat Some say it is a waste to use such large
not swim, and children, are as safe as -Starke Telegraph. ,. .
the subject altogether fairly. I cannot quantities as somo market gardenersdo.
L, in a giant bathing tub. -- *..... -
r ; see why it should be any less bene- It is claimed that no crop could South Florida Exhibition. .
ficial, proportionately, to poor, worn need more than 500 or 600 pounds per The Orlando Reporter of recent
At certain seasons of the year,
, out soils, than to rich ones. No doubt acre of commercial fertilizer; that especially September and October date, says: "Since our last issue, it
one of the principal advantages to market gardeners who use more are has been decided to hold the fair in
large schools of bass and other
green manuring is, that the crops being wasteful. Some of the latter apply as February, on the Wilcox lands near
fish frequent the surf and are readily
'/' deep rooted, brings up a large much as one and a half tons per acre caught with hook and line, it being the junction of the S. F. and T. O.and
quantity of the elements of fertility finding this more profitable than a A. railroads, with a race track around
common to catch them weighing from
..' from the subsoil, and places them small quantity. If the truck farmer Lake Eola. This latter will be gradedin
15 to 30 pounds.
within reach of surface rooted plants, finds that it pays to use these large such a way as to form a permanentride
but this is not all. The vegetable quantities, those who claim that the or drive around the lake, and
especially to be enjoyed in the
matter when decayed becomes humus small quantities are the most econom- thus carry out the views of Mr. J.
highest degree the Halifax and
and enriches the soil with carbonic ical must be wrong. This important upon ; Summerlin had when he so generously
other bodies of water connected with :
". acid'and nitrogenous matter; ,most important question could well occupy the atten- offered the property to the town. It is
it. The winds are seldom so violent :
elements of fertility, which tion of some of the agricultural experi- not yet decided whether the exhibition \
x as to be dangerous to the most un-
have been obtained almost entirely ment stations. For instance : How of vegetables, etc., shall be in' buildings -
skillful, winter or summer,and if occa-
from the air. Humus also appears much of artificial fertilizer can be used or tents; some of the latter have
sionally squally, there is usually little
; to have considerable effect in render- profitably per acre, taking into con- been offered to the directors on very
danger in capsizing as shoals or
ing the mineral elements! available for sideration the improvement of the soil shores are almost always at hand, or favorable terms. It is intended, how-

plant food, and in assisting the plant and the value of the immediate crop? help comes promptly. ever, to have the accommodation of
assimilate them. character and
-- superior ample space
: Green manuring is adapted to poor The Products of Florida. given for all exhibits. Already corre-

worn out soils? and should always be Show us a country that can producean spondence has been received from

employed upon them. Such soils are, equal to the orange or lemon of many distant States, as well as from

to a greater or less extent, deficient, Florida, and at the same time one in our own, intimating the intention of

both in the necessary organicand The Halifax Coast Country.The which can be grown rice, corn, sugar- : the writers to send their special arti-

inorganic matter. The sup- Halifax Journal says: "This i cane, tobacco, cotton, indigo, nutmeg, cles for exhibition, and it is probablethat

ply whence the inorganic matter may coast region, more perhaps than any cassava, Irish potatoes, oats, rye, clover a camp of Indians will be formedon

be procured, is limited to the range of other section of Florida, is peculiarly peas beans, cucumbers, tomatoes, the ground. The ladies are espe-

the roots of the plant employed, but: adapted by nature in soil and climateto egg-plant, okra, guavas, peas, limes, cially reminded that a large numberof

such range should be far beyond that the production of tropical or semi- figs, apples, sapodillos, mangos, yams, premiums will be devoted to them

of the crop to be benefited. This sup- tropical and temperate zone fruits and turnips, plantains, rutabagas, plums, for fancy work of any kind, also jellies -

ply must in time l'j become exhaustedand flowers. blackberries, currants, citrons, shad- and other articles of a domestic

must be furnished from other Amongst the former now fruitingin dock, grapes, nectarines, sweet pota- kind. The educational departmentwill

sources, but supply) of organic matter, this region successfully are the toes, asparagus, celery, tea, coffee, arrowroot also have special attention; and in

carbonic and nitrogenous is inexhaus- orange (the most important of all) peas, walnuts, cocoanuts, bananas every possible way the directors will

table. lemon, citron, shaddock or grape fruit, pine-apples, strawberries, lico- endeavor to make the fair worthy of

Of course upon land utterly desti- Kumquot, many varieties of grape, rice, camphor,cork,India rubber, jute, this progressive section of the State.

tute of the minerals required by plantsit fig, banana, mulberry, peach, plum, hemp, palmetto, live oak, baywood, .

would be useless to attempt cultiva- Japan plum or loquat and persimmon, cedar, pine,magnolia,cypress,hickory, The Independent South.

tion without providing them, but in pine-apple, guava blackberry, straw- mangrove, sweet gum, red oak, white The Culpepper, Va., Exponent says:

Florida at least, I have never heardof berry, huckleberry, pear, Surinam oak, and willow oak. Florida is the "If the South progresses in the next

land so poor that cow peas will not cherry, West India pawpaw. country ; where is there another. twenty years as she has in ten, she will

make. a crop worth turning under, Many other fruits are being grown, The things named above are some of be the most independent portion of the

though it is needless to say that the which have borne but scantily becausetoo the products of Florida's soil, and United States. She will by that time

smallest amount of fertilizing on such young, or not at all for lack of quite as conspicuous, varied and unparalleled not need Western corn, or flour, or

land will immensely increase the age, amongst which are the. date, the are the products of her bacon or beef; she will not need

and sapodilla. Her peculiar conformation Northern hay, nor fruit, nor iron, nor
value of the crop to be used, cela va' mango waters.
gang dire It will always pay to fertilize Almonds, pecans, English walnuts I affords her a greater extent of sea- steel ; she will not need implements'I)

such a crop ; all is returned and and even cocoanuts are growing! board than any similar body of land from New England, nor woolen goods ,1

nothing Jost J and the increased vigorof thriflly in some localities. in the world, and in addition to this from New York'and Pennsylvania. ?

the plant will enable it to draw Flowers of numberless variety are she possesses broader source of inland She will make and raise them all -t

from a greater depth below, and to a found all along the coast wherever any water than any other body of land within her own borders, on her own

larger extent from the air. Green attention has been directed to their of equal extent. During the winter territory. The money which she has j

manuring can hardly be called an ex- cultivation.1 months, shad, so eagerly looked for in been in the habit of sending East, j t

haustive process for everything taken SURF BATHING. ... the early spring at the North, ascend West and North, she will keep at

from the soil is returned and has been Although not much indulged in by the St. Johns river to its source, and home, and will have nearly the whole

made use of to procure more. In residents during the winter time, it is are caught in vast numbers and ship- I of the cotton crop clear. f

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l 'FLORIDA AGRICULTURE. We hope the contests will be large, as river., $20,000. Caloosahatchie river, sion of the Florida Southern Railway' .

,. Prizes to Be Given-, for the Best they will help develop] West Florida, $13,000. Choctawhatchie river, $15-, I to Brooksville. '
: whose capabilities are not appreciated.Send 000. Escambia and Conecuh rivers I II I
j Growth of Cuba Tobacco. The management of the DeLand and
t: in your names. $15,000. LaGrange< bayou, $5,000.
New Smyrna road has decided to ex-
Fla. Dec 25 1885.
PENSACOLA, W. D. C. Manatee\ river 58000. Peace Creek
tend their road from the line of the
.... .
To.the Editor of the Times-Union:
$5,700. St. Johns river
\t/ Florida's Summer Climate. $633,800. Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West to
: As have a circulation in Western -
you Suwanee
river, $37,000. Volusia bar,
The block in the
great a point opposite
: :Florida, will'you kindly publish
of the settler is the $7,500.Vithlacoochie river, $13,400.
r-- the following proposition to the farmers path intending Under the Florida is becoming more and more
coast survey $10,000 is
there the :
one placed by be-spectacled
t. > west of the Appalachicola river: recommended for the, survey of the popular every year. Three years ago
and omniscient tourist whom
-,< ; The land department of the Pensa- you may western coast of Florida. twenty thousand visitors never went
have the boats in the of
; r, cola and Atlantic railroad met on height Savannah. Now double that
to below
t:; .:' proposes the Florida He down For the salary of the Register and
.!'\ secure, in time for planting, the best season. comes Receiver of Public Lands at Gaines- number, possibly more go to Floridafor
and while of
winter the
for distribu- every the rest for health and for busi-
9' Cuban tobacco seed free ville pleasure,
$6,000. For the completion of
themselves about
t, / tion among the farmers of Western guests are amusing and ness.-Hotel Register. .
courthouse Pensacola
postoffice at :
the hotel corridors he be found
;( Florida. "We will,request these-farm "
For of Town "There
giving some native huge chunks of $10,000. continuing MosquitoInlet Apropos "Paper :

r: ers to send 500 pound cases to some horticultural pabulum,which the latter improvements, $40,000. For establishing would be more houses in this town,"

;VI central point, say DeFuniak Springs, winter he a light at Hillsboro' Inlet, said a native, "if it wasn't for one
scornfully rejects. Every
on the 15th of next December. We Jacksonville $17,500. For sites for two martello thing." "And what is that?" as the
registers at ,slips over to
: will have'buyers.on hand to bid for all "
,": St. Augustine, flies up the St. Johns, towers at Key West, $9,000. For tourist. "An't any more people replied -
tobacco exhibited, thereby securing restoration of Fort Marion, $10,000. the native. And the tourist
I stages over to the Halifax, and then ...
good offers for all. We will have
his notebook and remained
home and discusses Florida opened
goes Florida "Booms 1"
who will award and
II ..' judges present absorbed in thought.Mr. .
in the local He
.: present for us to the grower of "pleno jure, weekly. "At Home and Abroad"The London -

r.' The best 500 pounds, $250; says that while the winter climate of (Eng.) American Settler, of Dec. J. W. Tindale, of Levyville,

I f To the second best 500 pounds, Florida is, in point of excellence, far 19, announces that "the illustrated Levy county, has an orange tree on

:. $150; above the best peninsular climate of edition of the American Settler will be his place that is about forty years old,

I::." To the third best 500 pounds, $100. the world, still the summer months ready next week. It will supply a from which he will gather this year

Of course the owners will retain must be trying to a northerner. In good map of Florida and many pic over 5,000 oranges and has gatheredas

f', their tobacco as well as receive any this, as in some other matters, he displays tures. high as 9,000 off it in one year.

t premiums which may be awarded to dullness of intellect. If he "A large number will be printed, The tree measures seven feet nine

,': them. would pass one summer on this penin- and although the pages will be in- inches circumference eighteen inches

sula, or if he would examine statistics creased to 12 of fine and filled above ground.
In due time we will have printed for paper,
distribution, instruction on the follow- bearing on the point, or would even with pictures the price will be only
three hundred laborers
takes the to take critical Over are
a sur-
pains three Of regular
ing points: pence. course,
now at work laying new track on
of the he must discover his
vey map, subscribers will get their copies at a
1st-How to plant and at what
Central road
Florida and
the Western ,
error. The fact is'that the summer
time. they more
and the force is being increased as fastas
climate of Florida is much more
they must send three Besidesall
2d-How to cultivate. pence.
It is that the
than of those of the possible. expected
pleasant any the latest from Florida there
3d When and how news ,
to .gather to
. entire road will be in strictly first-
Northern States. fanned
I ure. Perpetually by will be the last map showing the rail-
class condition early in January,when
sea-breezes from Che broad
cooling = now
to the As the
system day.
4th-What natural enemies the way up
the time between Jacksonville and
Atlantic and from the
now breezy. edition will run to 40,000 adver-
plant has and how to destroy them. up
River Junction will be shortened to
Gulf, we can look with pity upon our tisers will have
5th-The best fertilizer for our soil. a good opportunity, as

Our object in this publication is to perspiring friends at the North. While the charge is only five shilling an inch seven hours. ---

ask all who feel interested in this at- every mail brings us tidings of fatal and the full number-though not issued While Mr. Pomar,on Spanish street,

tempt to introduce this important industry sun-strokes, until the ravages caused at once-will be guaranteed." was tearing down an old kitchen in
the "hot wave" the horrible .... .
by assume his there crawled out from
in our section, and who desire yard, a
I dimensions of a holocaust, we search PENSACOLA WATER-WORKS.
to compete for these premiums, to hollow cedar sleeper a very rare spe-
the records of Florida in vain for one Advance-Gazette prints "An ordinanceto
cies of land crab found
send their names to the undersigned so one usually
of sun-stroke. When the provide for a public and private "
that seed may be reserved for them. solitary case only in the West Indies. Mr. Pomar

This preliminary notice is also given mercury gambols among the nineties, supply of water in and near the city thinks the crab must have been in the

f and when from Cape Cod to the Col- of Pensacola, and granting to S. R. old for Dr.
that such persons may'commence the building many years.
preparation of planting beds, about umbia river, tossing invalids vainly Bullock & Co., and their associates, Webb secured it for the Scientific

seek the repose denied them by the successors and assigns, the right to Press.
which full directions will be given Society.-Sl. Augustine
prostrating heat, the Floridian lulled construct and operate and maintain
application. This should beI' it stated that the
upon We see as soon as
by the music of the wind among his and own water-works in said city, and
done at once, and as much land as the material for the bridge can be got to-
native pines, enjoys refreshing slum- contracting with them for water and .
farmer intends to put into tobacco will be built the St.
gether, one across
bers, for our nights are always cool, fire protection and other purposes, and
should be well without
prepared delay. Johns between Tocoi and West Tocoi.
and sleep comes unsolicited."DeLand for the purchase of said works by the
I can assure them that an old pine Mr. Lane, the contractor, gives the
in the Pines. city.
a City -
field, or sandy soil with yellow clay ifFlorida distance to be bridged as 1,800 feet,

sub-soil or light floury soil will repay Appropriations for Florida. I Items. the rest being trestle work. It will be

them handsomely. The black-jack The estimates for the next fiscal year. The new opera house at St. Augus- built in the most substantial manner.

woods will yield excellent tobacco.W. of the Secretary of the Treasury sub- tine is expected to be finished by Feb- [All right; but has the Florida Legis-

: D. CHIPLEY, mitted to Congress contain the follow- ruary 1st.Reports. lature granted the Company to build

Vice-President and Land ( Commis ing items for work in Florida : For from every portion of the the bridge?]

sioner.P. internal revenue, $14,000. For rivers State indicate that an unusually large .

.-If enough farmers will agreeto and harbors, Apalachicola Bay, $45- number of actual settlers are comingin Health Commissioner De Wolf,, of

enter the contest we will furnish sea 000. Harbor at Cedar Key, 20000. from all quarters and locating.The Chicago, states that nine-tenths of the

island cotton seedand.: offera.liberalpremium Harbor at Key West, $35,000. Har- Brooksville Railway Associa- "butter" sold in that city as such is

for the best;:bale to be exhibited bor at Tampa Jay, $37,000. Harborat tion has paid the third and last installment in reality bu.Uerine or other bogus

r:: oat the same time and place. Pensacola, $60,000. Apalachicola .. of the $20,000 for, the ext p.L" ; compound. -, \

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."What The South, Wants. watering places, our extravagance in The Forestry Question.The out a appreciation of their-,true

Tne following: from the pen of a household and personal decoration ? ]late Forestry Congress at Lake and real value.-Florida Herald.:..*: .

distinguished Kentuckian, we heartily We.have enough begin with, aDd de Funiak has given rise to some very -

endorse, and should be the sentimentsof more will join us, if need be.- interesting trains of thought in con- What Rich Men Have Done For -;
Education. \
ev true.Southern man: Southern Planter. nection.
of the gift of Governor -
Apropos great
-- .rGoon -
"I am tired of hearing the deprecia- Prominent writers, experts upon the
R. R., NEws Receiver Du- Stanford, of California, to', education -
ting cry of*We want Yankee brains subject, are calling attention to the
val has obtained an Eastern authority 'compiles a
,now permission to '
,and_enterpriseWe don't wan't any fact that, under_ the present consump-
expend $800,000 in improving, list of other great givers: It is not
such ,thing. We want Southern brains per- tion of lumber, our standing forestsare
and the complete, for it omits manyJamesLick
fecting developing various
and enterprise. What the South, wantsis threatened with destruction in a
lines of the Florida Railway and Navi-- among others, but it contains information -
common sense and action. The old comparatively brief period. The state-
roads and will which is interesting so far
.ruling ,class was not ahd is not a more- gation Company's probably ment is ,made that timber to the valueof

inefficient class than the same strata get permission to use $300,000more. $300,000,000 is annually cut, covering I as it goes :
Aside from the John Hopkins $3,000,000 to
far-reaching gave
in New England. On the contrary, an area of 10,000,000 acres. These
of this the university in Baltimore which
history shows,that when we applied consequences putting great sys- are startling figures, and worthy of
tem of roads in first-class condition.the bears his name, and Asa Packer gave
ourselves to the thing in hand, we excelled mature consideration. -
of this the same amount to Lehigh Univers-
:the,North. Our, military men mere expending large The white pine of New England is
of in and ity. Stephen Girard $8,000,000to
amount money paying wages gave
were the foremost. In manners and rapidly disappearing, while Michigan,
materials and will Girard College, and Ezra Cornell
taste ,the South, with all her smaller purchasing supplies, Wisconsin and Minnessota\ are fast
be most excellent for the State $2,500,000 to found Cornell Uni
a thing gave
cities,and sparse population, was at being denuded of their once noble for-
stimulate trade and make versity. Commodore Vanderbilt
least equal,and abroad ,held superiorto tending to ests. The keen ax of the woodcutteris gave
business' It is stated $1,000,000 to the university which
the North. In physical, development more prosperous. hewing out a broad path of destruc-
bears his in Tennessee and his
that the employes of the are name ,
they are and have been superiors company tion, and prostrates in a few moments f
their back sons have added $250,000 to the en-
now being paid as
to the North. Slavery preventedmanufactures wages what it has required nature a centuryto
dowment. The fund amountedto
fast as the paymaster can hand out the Peabody
,and commerce, and interfered produce.The .
and take receipts.Our $2,500,000, and the Slater fund to
:with common education, and money I eyes of the Northern mill men
I II $2,000,000. J. C. Green gave
therefore was a block to most of the I are turning eagerly to the compara- .
Great Cotton Crop. 000 to Princeton, Isaac Rich'$1,750-
progress of modern civilization, mechanics tively virgin forests of the South, and
The prophecy that the cotton crop 000 to a Boston institution ; Leonard
roads buildings ships heavy sales of timbered land
are con-
arts, ,
of this year would be more than 7,000- Case of Cleveland left $1,500,000 to
nnd'an.. that. It prevented inventions stantly being announced. If the rav-:
000 bales was not altogether justified.But found a school of applex sciences in
and the intelligent use of the methods enous saw must be fed, and no better
the October report of the National that city, and Amasa Stone gave
already known. It warred against and cheaper building material than
Cotton Exchange fixes the amount at $600,000 to the Western Reserve Col-
and'seltrestraint.. But wood can be devised, then the people
'6,650,265 bales, the largest with two lege ; Geo. J. Siney gave $500,000 to a
slavery is gone, and gone forever, and ot the South should not dispose of
and and J. B. COl-
exceptions ((1880-1 1882-3)) ever Wesleyan University,
the road to progress,lies full and free their heritage for a mere pittance of
grown, and a half-million greater than gate gave $300,000 to Madison University
before us. If we take the old slave its actual value. These huge tracts of
the average of last six years. Texas, ; Nathan Vassar left $800,000to
line as the border' of the South, we yellow pine can be converted into yel-
with 1,493,519 bales, shows the greatest found a collegeforthehighereducation
have a larger and better surface and low gold, and should not be sacrificedas
crop ever grown by a single State. of women, Cyrus H. McCormick
soil than the North, and also better a worthless possession. We should
As usual, Louisiana stands first in the gave $750,000 to the Northwestern
climes make the most of
; our opportunities,
yield per acre-an average for half a Theological Seminary, Mr.\ Wells
"We are the place of the great world and not yield too readily to the pres-
bale for each acre under cultivation. founded a female college at Aurora,
staples-cotton com (maize) tobacco sure of greenbacks. These huge areas
There is an increase of 41 per cent. N. Y., with a fund of half a million,
and rice. There are vast fields yet to of undisturbed trees, are daily enhanc-
over last year's acreage, and the total and E. D. Morgan left $1,500,000 to
be occupied with the sugarcane. The ing in value and importance as the
in the Cotton States, placed at 17,714- various educational institutions.
cotton? and all those other staples supply in the North and West dimin- .
400 acres, is more land than ever before -
should reach their highest preparationfor ishes. .
was devoted to this staple. and Successes.At .

consumption here.. We have all ...a... It appears to be admitted that unless one of the late agricultural association

the minerals of the world. We have ALL THE GLORY OF THE SOUTH.In .- some substitute for wood can be meetings held in Illinois good

the clime for the best peaches, apples a private letter to a gentleman in discovered, the time is not far distantin successful farmer said: .'. .

and cherries, not to. speak, of, the this city 'from. Constantinople, under this,country, when a forest of any Life is too short to, learn much by

orange, banana, lemon, and the water- date of December 4, the Hon. S. S. extent will have to be sought for on eur personal experience. Let,us remember -

melon, and many small fruits. The inaccessible mountains alone. It is
minister Turkey that
States information
Cox, United to we 'can give
vine and the silk culture must succeed "The is true that some efforts are being madeat without stock.
says : place delightful.It diminishing our own

here, if anywhere in America. The has all the glory of the South different points in the way of tree In fact, I think we increase it by imparting .

South has the best timber; the wood of (South Carolina for instance) in sun planting, but these are but as drops ina to others in a convention 'of i

the sunny South is firmer, strongerand and climate, and plenty of tonic from bucket when compared with the an- this kind, for it causes discussion, 1

more varied than in. the North, the two seas. Besides it is the select nual waste. It is idle*' to talk of the which draw out ideas of much value :

and its growth more rapid. When home of diplomacy, and came near "inexhaustible" forests of the South, to ,us all. In giving information, let 1

foresty becomes an art and culture, as being a first-class theatre of war. But when Mr. Little, of Montreal, an us not hesitate to talk of our mistakesas

it will, the South will be the place of the cloud of war still hanging over authority on the subject, estimates well as our successes. I know our

its highest success,' When sorghumand that the sawing capacity of the Northis
the Balkans has been dispelled, so far failures, as a rule, are not pleasant :
the sugar beet, the one for stock sufficient to consume the merchant-
as Turkey is concerned. subjects to talk about, but we can ben- {

and the other for sugar, shall be- able pine of this State in less than a efit one another JlS much by givingthe

come the great staples) and they will A French scientific authority states year. We, do not consider this statement more plea...o one of success. j

i in time, the South will be the place: that hens, ducks and geese having liable or correct, but give it to "i
for their culture. We have also the i dark plumage lay earlier and more show the opinions of those who are in Th;<;re are now 353 cotton mills l inthe 1

site for flax and hemp, and the best frequently than those of a light,color vestigating the subject.At South with 1,460,697 spindles and

wheat and barley. There is plenty of -this.,difference only holding good, al) event, it goes to show *!at 27,004 looms, against 180 railfyjlo-; 7

capital l in the South for all l legitimate however, when tithe birds live in the the South possesses mines of wealth in 989 spindles and 15,222 looms in 1880. .

purposes. Where comes the moneyfor open air and.. are freely exposed to the her, noble forests, and thai they shouldnot The increase has been 173 mills,.746-. ,"

our foreign travel, our summer sun.. '. be disposed of carelessly,and with-. 708 spindles.and 11,782 looms.: .4 *,._

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S fight, wrestle, 'or play Copenhagen, pergive by a charming,hostess in one '!roast, as: follows, : For every;int of
/A of the suburbs where had broiled
leap-frog or any other of his gymnaStics we milk take three eggs, ,three.cupi of
and watch this giant fall downright chicken, American style, hot bread, flour and a pinch of salt; stir tea

in. fit and black in the ditto steaming coffee,. etc., etc., and smooth batter and into the,
l A Woman's View, of a Woman. I away a of conversation pour dripping -
face. Poor weak indeed! plenty lively and under the half hour
l- Once.mote'the, most wire-nerved: i I woman, time Think- pan meat an
a jolly good generally.
.. St. Paul Pioneer Press. before the meat is a\#zc
1 limber-toed, iron-hinged man performing ing of these two feasts, .looking
in the..arena_ of private life is askedto How to Mend- Stockings.A upon this picture and then upon that, Take twelve or more large ..:"-ed oys-

come;to the ,mourner's bench, and lady who finds in the practice of we vote for American customs forever. ters from, their shells, removing, the

contrast his accoutrements with those the homely art that she brings comfort Dinners of ceremony are a,rock ahead beards; cover each with a very thin

r of his weak, feeble and unnerved sister to her family, gives these sugges- which every lady should "sheer off" slice of fat bacon, dipping each slice
.ask himself tions into hot water and drying it with a
human, and to whether or as to stocking mending: from, as Captain Cuttle would say,
not-king of beasts as he is-he thinkshe Given a dozen pairs of woolen ribbed unless she is very sure of her bearings.It cloth before rolling it round the oyster -

could, frolic around with all, ,his socks... Select from them the two or takes a genius to give a dinner, and then placing them on a fine skewer

r muscles, tendons, sinews of war and three pairs most worn; cut away the the only safety for persons with but and suspend them before the fire until

: .. solid flesh if he were caparisoned,from heels and toes and lay by the better moderate resources at their commandlies the bacon is nicely cooked. A slice

! necktoheel, as. woman is. He; may parts for use in mending-well,yes, for in simpler feasts-11 o'clock break- of soft buttered toast should be under

,claim, six feet,in' his! ,stockings, or as patches. fasts, 1 o'clock luncheons, 5 o'clock them while cooking, and on it they
if he but From the best hose should be sent hot to the table.
,: ) many as,a centipede :pleases, retained to be teas, and 10 o'clock suppers-always
. !! he'will,tell you that he,can't leap-frog repaired, cut out the worn heel, and American stylesGood Housekeeping. Season the chops with salt and pep-

1(r worth\a baubee unless, he lowers a from the patches: cut a new heel pre- -... .....---- per and a little powdered sage and '

""I'i; notch; in his susptnders. He may be cisely like the old one. Salicylic Acid to Preserve Fruits. sweet marjoram; dip them into beaten

r ,! able,to wrestle with truth and throw First sew the bottom of the heel, Editors Florida Dispatch : bread crumbs. Fry about twenty
( it liken blacksmith, but ,he! first, demands ; then sew it into the place made vacant. I should like to inquire if any of minutes, or until they are done. Put

1 a ring fair play and no tight Use soft cotton, or else the fine, soft your readers have tried salicylic acid them on a hot dish; pour off part of

4 waistband.His mending yarn, which comes of all for the preservation of fruits, here in the gravy into another pan to make a

cranium wouldn't be worth an colors, on spools. Florida. My friend Allie uses it in gravy to serve with them, if you choose.

empty cocoanut,for mathematics if a Sew the raw edges over and over, Michigan successfully, putting the Then fry apples which you have sliced

-r dozen .long, crooked hairpins were jabBing about as close as a nice overcast, so ripe raw fruit into vessels and cover- .about two-thirds of an inch thick, cut-

his'thinking.,apparatus. _He will that when this new heel is worn out ing with water in which the acid has ting them around the apple so that the

not be hit below the, belt, and he takes you have only to. pull the thread and been dissolved. I am giving it a trial core is in the centre of. each piece.

off'the" belt when. the mark has been insert another. with cooked fruit also, and will report When they are browned on one side

sufficiently made in, that region. In The threads must not be so tight success to any one interested. If any and partly cooked, turn them care-

fact, man is a pretty good fortyhorsepower I I but that the seam will flatten and become of your readers have any knowledgeof fully with a pancake turner, and let

engine minus harness; all his imperceptible to the foot. To its successful use in this climate I, finish cooking; dish around the chops. .

trammels gone and a space to move in sew in such a heel will require aboutone for one, would be most thankful for or on a separate. dish.Courtesy .
left him. But haul him,in him, tackle, minute. its publicity. A. M. F.

cleat.and shackle him as women are; If the toe is worn, so that the new at Home-

stick wires'in his brains, gird in his darns seem to,take from the old and A small piece of salt pork cooked One is forcibly reminded, in going

lungs, liver, heart, spleen and stomach the rent is made worse, cut it so far with string beans adds to the flavor from place to place, how small and

with ,no more chance for a good, long, toward the instep as it is thin. and richness of the dish. trival often are the things which go to

breath ,than would From the of of the socks make or mar the comfort and peaceat
yard-wide a man top one If the water in which new cabbageis
have in his iron coffin ,then turn him aside cut like the old. home. In some households there is
put a new top boiled is changed once or twice, it
loose., Sew across the end and then turn round will be less likely to be indigestible. a genuine good will and kindness
Pin his his side in the foot to make the which only work out half its mission,
arms to tight gros- observing seam, salt added the
Celery to dressingfor
grain silk sleeves, choke his Adam's as before, ,flat and soft.-Household for the reason that it does not expressin
Farm. potato and other salads, gives an
and little courtesies speech and action.
in No. 12 collar clinched witha
apple a .
agreeable flavor; it is preferred by
These are more important than some
diamond button. Pinch him in
many cooks to celery extract for soups
of our busy men women
where he lives, and when his knees -
tremble aid the cold 'sweat runs off Some Hints to Housewives on the also.If realize. The ready "thank you," "if
of Meals for dry beans are soaked all night in table and else
Subject Preparing you please, etc., at
brow add
ample one more dignity
Company.An soft water, they will be found to 'be where, the quiet '"excuse me" 'when
f in the
.others of
-nay, fifty shape much more tender than if soaked in
American meal should be servedin obliged to pass directly before or incon-
stiff bustle
tight, undergarments, lopsided less
hard water; they will require
F from its own heftiness, plait American style, both as to dishESI veniently near another ; the loving
should be
I time for boiling, though they
after-plait of heavy wooden bouffant and ceremony. We have food fit for "good night and cheery "good morn-
I boiled in hard water.
fatness of cashmere, all in a weak spot the gods among our native viands, ing"-although little things, are helpsin
Banana pie is a delicacy much enjoyed
just'where nature meant the spine to and it needs only the tact of a truly making a happy Courtesyis
by people. Make a rich but the overflow of kindnessand
housewife in it many ready
give way and curve like a ram's hornif serving to
paste, not too thick, slice the bananas, good will to all, and is thereforea
Just here
pressed too much. Then lasso what make it very enjoyable. we
and scatter over them; season natural which costs,nothing
sugar ,expression
mind ceremonious dinner
there is left of him in jetted Jersey as to' a
with oranges cut in small bits. but which often cheers an aching
heavy as a coat of armor'or. cuirass of given by a society lady last season,
A dish be served with cake heart and which fails to 'make
where dainty to never
Charlemagne, weighed down with long everything was English, "you
., know and the amount of stiffness and berries is made by grating a fresh home brighter and more attractive to
spikes; balls, tassels and chunks of,, ,, foreign old and -Sabbath Visitor.
I cocoanut, beating the whites of five young. .
and etiquette so allpervadingthat ....
jetPut on him' elbow kid gloves so the very gravy seemed to be eggs to a stiff froth, adding two large It is foolish to become discouraged:

tight as to give his thumb a deathly chilled with cold ceremony, and the !,spoonsful of sugar and a pint of thick The best of us all have much to 'fear,

f cholera infantum grip i in two seconds: hearts of the guests grew stony as the sweet cream, and beating this also'till and'the worst of us all have much to

put' on his head a bonnet pricked with leaden hours dragged on and the awe- : it is very..light. hope for. To keep on the right 'path'

burrs and sticky'with beads; tie this inspiring footmen showed no"signs of Roast Beef with Pudding-Bake patiently and perseveringly, 'taking

under his left ear in .a knot which relenting, but still kept their victims exactly as directed for ordinary roast success humbly, and .defeat submit:= J I

: threatens strangulation ; than ask him pegging away at those foreign dishes. for the table; 'then make a Yorkshire sively, is the surest way to reach tend

: to nianoeuver, jump, dance, prance; And then we remember a little"'sup- pudding to eat like vegetables with the and reap the reward.r : '

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Institute de France, .but, never re- will be accepted in payment thereof at place their ad advertisement the frame.!

if': 1L I Ia i ceived it. this office, unless all import and export Behold the Artistic dignity off the i .

I,... The, climax of his inventions, however dues are fully prepaid.A great :Metropolitan bill board !
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:, -, scientist does the the last week a .
a your correspondent army during by a
Special Correspondence FLORIDA DISPATCH Japanese Flower Gardening.
j, not undertake to vouch for the accuracy young lieutenant who is about to be
PARIS, France, Nov. 25,1885. Among the Japanese the love of
of this, last statement in ,all its married, and who placed the title of
: Within the last three or four days flowers and plants is an absorbing
details, although it.is given full credit 1 his nobility before his military title on
France has l lost sudden death ,
by one sion. In the smallest of dwellings ",
1 by'his.informant. A,man had lost an 1 his wedding invitations. A general
< of the rarest geniuses of the age, and there is an alter-like niche, in or upon
1< ,eye by an accident, and a. Doctor de order has been issued in consequence,
yet this great man was probably ,unknown which )
flowering plants are arranged,
(Clermont, a friend of Colonel:Maugin, calling the attention of all army officers ,
f': to'ny but his own comparatively but they have in some districts a most -
was called to dress the wound. Col- < to a military order issued in 1830,
narrow circle.of. acquaintances. remarkable custom in connection with
'" onel Maugin suggested to the doctor to i forbidding to all, but commandingofficers
That Colonel Alphonse Maugin was a window .
,: replace the lost eye with the eye of a the use of any title of nobility
his mechanical and
genius, numerous houses wherein reside one or
while serving in the army. It is very
scientific inventions attest and as all of
more daughters marriageable
"I cannot get sufficient light into evident that a private or an officer,of age
geniuses must have some personal peculiarity an empty flower pot of an ornamental
the eye-socket to enable me to attach inferior rank, who boasts of being a
Colonel Maugin was so ex character is encircled and
by a ring,
the proper nerves and muscles, said count or a baron, would hardly endure
"ceedingly unselfish that he al
always, suspended from the window or veranda
the military discipline if his
surgeon. superior
lowed others to profit:pecuniarily by by three light chains.
officer of plebian blood must bow to i
Colonel Maugin then went to work
his inventions while he contented himself
Now, the Juliets of Japan are of
and by the, time the injured was his noble rank.
the of eye
mere glory having course attractive, and their Romeos as .
sufficiently'healed to enable an The duelling practice in France is
invented them. oper-
love-sick as those of other lands. But
ation to be,performed, he had,vented so common that scarcely a week passeswithout
He colonel in the
was a of-engineers instead of serenades by moonlight and
a lamp by which the obtained one or two "fights" between
French : In 1867 he invented surgeon
,army a other delicate ways of making an i impression -
the; light necessary for the delicate ;entlemen. These duels are often the
i balancing bridge which was com- is is etiquette for the Japanese -
merest farces and seldom result
operation. The lost was replaced latally.
mended and the authorities eye
adopted by lover to approach the dwelling of
with the of a rabbit, and it is In fact, it is now even considered an
and the he eye
following year contrived his lady, bearing some choice plant i in
claimed that now the man can see awkward blunder for a man to really -
a gun carriage with equal suc per- hand which he but let
us hope
kill the he fires at stabsat.
man or
fectly with the rabbit's.eye. Whether
cess. Subsequently ,he turned his to in the
proceeds plant
An incident which shows the
there is still a hue of verdure remain-
attention to for
optic telegraph
army empty vase. This takes place at a
ing in the rabbit's is not affirmed.It ludicrous character of the French cus-
communication and perfecting the eye
time when he is fully assured that
[ has b en suggested by some'of, the tom, occurred yesterday in the Na-
ideas of M. Maiirat, he reduced themto both mother and daughter are at home,
admirers of the dead inventor that if tional Chamber of Deputies. Duringan
a practical form and made all the and I need scarcely say neither of
all those who have been benefited, by animated debate on a motion to
necessary apparatus. This systemproved them are at all concious that the,young
his inventions would devote one-fourth investigate the recent election in the
invaluable in the wars in Tunis
is such with the
man taking : liberty
of a single day's profits to his Department of Constantine, :M. La-
and Tonquin by 'placing in instant memory flower pot outside of their window.It .
communication' eight important forts there would be no difficulty in ,raisingthe guerre said that the party of the <
is believed that lover
young so engaged -
desired 30,000 francs with whichit Right was opposed to an investigation '
without' the enemy's knowing that
any has been the l
never seen by ladyor
communication whatever existed, and is proposed to erect a statue to his because' it had been guilty of jobberyin
her in this act of
mamma sacrilege
at :Miracourt, in the Provinceof that Department."You .
he made the wonderful apparatus by memory
friend tells that
at rate .
any a me ,
Vosges, where in 1825 he was lie, exclaimed M. Thomson,
which distinct rays of l light could be his residence in he
during long Japan,
member of the .
a Right.Of
flashed a distance of 200 kilometres
born.A never heard of any one being detectedin
((124.28 miles) from an ordinary coal 'recently published French book course seconds were at once appointed the act or interfered with in
oil lamp, or farther from an electric gives the following curious examplesof as a duel seemed inevitable,,

spark, and now between the islands of the various estimates which great but by this time both would-be-brave way.The fact is, this act of placing r a

Maurice\ and Reunion where it has men place upon their own importanceto duellists, had cooled down and the into the
pretty plant empty flower
always been found impossible to lay a the world. The book ,says that friends set about to devise means of is
pot equivalent to a formal proposalto
sub-marine telegraph, this optic system nearly all the great men of the dayhave averting the dreadful catastrophe. It the young lady who dwells within. I

of Colonel Maugin is in daily use. been so besieged by that fiend so well was at last decided that the remark of The
youthful gardener having settledhis
His next great invention is known as known in America as the autograph :M. Laguerre about, the ,past was not apersonal plant to his mind, retires and'the

album fiend that each has fixed insult and therefore J
the "Perigraphe instantane Maugin, a reg- was not
lady is free to act as she pleases.If .
and' is an apparatus by which an ular price on his signature. M. Flo- an offense. The assertion by M.\ Thomson he is the right man, she takes '

officer seated in a captive balloon can quet,President of the Chamber of Dep- "you lie," was utterly ignored,andso of his
every care plant, waters it, and
obtain a clear and distinct photograph uties, will sign his name for fifty cents. the fury and dangerous duellists tends it carefully with her own hands,

of the 'entire.area from horizon to ho- M.\ Lockroy asks sixty cents, as .does shook hands within an hour, and no that all the world see and know

rizon, in an instant. The value of this also the noted' ,Communist Lis baune. duel was fought. that the donor is accepted may as a suitor.

photograph of the enemy's works is Clemenceau thinks his name is worth The New York Metropolitan Art
But if he is not a favorite, or if even
evident to any soldier.So eighty cents, (four francs). M. Roche- Museum is soon to be enriched by the
stern parents object, the plant is removed -
disinterestedly did the great in- fort and M. de Freycinet demand a gift of a large landscape, painted by.Hi from the vase, and the next

ventor act that he' presented his workto dollar each (five francs). Louis Harpiguies, the greatest living morning finds it withered on the ve-

the French government gratis, and Michel\ (eight francs). 160. Jules French landscape artist. The gift 'is
randa the below.
or on path In a
the Minister of War without 'reward Ferry, ten francs;' Gladstone, twenty made by Messrs.\ Arnold & Trupp, word, i if you are not the right man, fA

ing Colonel Maugin\ even by military francs and Bismarck thirty francs picture dealers. The picture is val it is evident that this phase of window

promotion gave the command of the for his name alone., He will writean ,ued at about $2,000. Harpiguies is gardening,must be a difficult and disappointing -

apparatus to MM. Sautter and autograph letter (not ,nearly' so an officer of the Legion of Honor, and one to carry on in Japan.F. .i i

Lemonnier constructive electricians, long as this however) for 1OQ-francs is at the,head of the.Salon jury. ,The W. Burbridge. 11

who have amassed' immense fortunes ($20.) These,gentlemen are requested, picture is a very poetic composition, A schooner cleared from Fernan- J

thereby. He' had a respectable in- to remit at their earliest conveniencethe representing a moon-rise, and the very dina the other day laden ,with 240,000 :

come and was satisfied, since although amount due for the above adver- ideal of solitude. The givers claim feet of yellow pine lumber for the

married he had no children to support., tisement, and they are respectfully that the Metropolitan almost solicitedthe :Manhattan Elevated Railway Company 1

He was once promised a seat in the notified that no foreign merchandise gift, and promise to allow them to of New York vI'6T ;:

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A Happy New Yearl! Cooking, Housekeeping &c. Though the pupils have to learn i
111 lJIorida ,ispatdi.
To all our subscribers, readers, In some,portions of the North,. and everything; servants are kept in,these \

p JACKSONVILLE, FLA., JAN. 4, 1886. friends and contemporaries, with the I in Europe, within a few years, regular establishments, and in their turn are t I

!. \ D. REDMOND- Editor. hope that the next twelve months may schools Cookery and Housekeepinghave taught by, the advanced pupils who

t\, CHAS. W., DaCOSTA, Proprietor. been established, and there is a have learned from the mother of the
bring the people of favored State
.Subscription, $: .00 per annum. ,in advance.. crying need for similar educational in- family. This accounts for the excel-
and, .Nation,, and "the rest of mankind : Could lent housekeeping in where
.. RATES OF! ADVERTISING. stitutions in the South. we Germany,
'* *&' -l' in advance, unless otherwise "
lIable con-
u tracted. substantial progress, peace and have the Family School Germany, comfort is combined with economy, {

t SPACE. 1 WEEK 1 MO. a KO. I 6 KO. 1YEAR prosperity! it would, of course, be far ''preferable; and the pleasure of having everything j

''. lsqr., ___ $ 200 $600 $1200 11600 $22 00 but we fear that a thorough knowledge -! precise and clean. 1
2 3W I00 2100 2S00 3800
co1.. 600 18 00 3$00 4800 6100 The New Year. of domestic economy'' and man- The labors of the day .are over at
J.Sa 800 24 00 4S 00 6t 00 8500
"A has been born and
at 1200 36 00 72 00 96 00 128 00 new-year we agement is not generally found' among mid-day, that being the dinner time, -
14 00 42 00 St 00 112 00 150 00 should all be glad. There have 'been
1" 18 00 54 00 108 00 144 00 192 00 the "accomplishments" of every-day when every body is at :iberty for ;

AUTHORIZED GENTS countless thousands of years before ]life, and that very few so-called study, needle-work or amusement till '
To receive Subscriptions to this Paper: this and
there will be
one countless
BUBNEB& Co.,57 and 59 Ludgate Hill, Lon- "heads of families" are thoroughly time for preparing for supper. Thereare

AMERICAN don,England.NEWS Co., New York.. thousands more; but lo! this is a new qualified for the task of instruction.At many families in England who
WESTERN NEWS Co.,Chicago, 111. one-let us be glad. A
W. L. 8IMS.Interlachen,Fla. new yearanew present, most Southern house- cannot keep servants enough to do
P.'O. UFDEOBAFF & Co., Irvington, Ind. chance
a new hope a new begin-
keepers are at the mercy of wholly in- well all that has to be done. In these
of All before mis-
ning things.
We have made arrangements with the pub- competent and worthless servants families they have to train servants, f
lishers and will club THE: DISPATCH with takes, or not quite right, at bestnotas
any of the following publications; which will (so-called) who know nothing of their not being able to afford to keep 1
be mailed of for we would have had them. But this
promptly upon receipt price
ONE YEAR. duties and who, of course, cannot be trained ones. Why not in these cases,
THE FLORIDA DISPATCH Club one shall retrieve all! *t; I
train ladies who would also
instructed by mistresses who are them- young (
American Agriculturist.............$1.50 $$2.00$2$150 Let us. call it a New Year, and let us be to the
Atlantic Constitution....._....? 1.50 2-00 3.00 selves often painfully ignorant of the companions daughters {
Atlantic Monthly Magazine...... 4.00 2.00 4.75 hope it will be. It is, likely to turn
Country Gentleman......... .......... 2.50 2.00 3.50 simplest householdprocesses. The work They might pay something for the in-
Century Magazine...................... '4.00 2.00 5.00 out much such a twelvemonth as the struction and into
the the the so put something
Detroit Free Press..............'......... 1.00 2.00 2.75 of kitchen, dining-room, I
Electric Magazine.................:..... 5.00 2.00 5.25 one before it. Poet, Musician and chamber and the be the teacher's pocket, while they would
Florida Weekly Times............... 1.00 2.00 2.50 laundry must !
Painter will leave their
Family Story Paper..................... 3.00 2.00 3.75 work unfin- elevated into the "fine arts" and madea also work for her, and at the same 1
Fireside Companion.................._ 3.00 2.00 3.75 ished the rich will and ,
......_ ; man go away
Frank s Ill. Weekly. 4.00 2.00 4.75 regular "craze," before our lily- time reap information which they
Frank Leslie's Pop.-Monthly.- 2.00 4.00 leave his gold behind him kings will
Frank Leslie's Sund'y Mag'zine 2.50 2.00 4.00 ; and modern Phillis could again impart and so train good
Golden Days............................... 3.00 2.00 3.75 fail priests will to face the fingered dainty
Harper's Illustrated Weekly......4.00 2.00 t.75Harper' ; go great will condescend to give it atten servant who are at present so hard to
........ any
Illustrated Bazar. 4.00 2.00 4.75 problem; new men will rise new ideas
Harper's Ill.Young People....... 2.00 2.00 3.00 ; get. Mistresses are unable to teach,
Harpers Monthly Magazine...... 4.00 2.00 4.50 and new ways will come to change us tion.A
Llppincott's Monthly Magazine 3.00 2.00 3.75 writer in the Pall Mall Gazette never having been taught themselves.
Nebraska Farmer........................ 1.00 2.00 '2.75 and our lives; brave hearts will strug- ,
North American Review............ 5.00 2.00 5.75 who has herself been trained in a*practical Thus they are dependent upon servants -
I New York Weekly Sun............... 1.00 2.00 '2.50 gle on, and faint ones will fail and
New York Weekly Herald...?.... 1.00 2.00 2.50 and proper way, proposes, as a ; for when they find fault theyare I
New York Weekly Tribune.......'1.25 2.00 2.75 die; life will be pretty much the old
New York Weekly Times.......... 1.00 2.00 2.50 means of putting an end to the unable either in cooking o'r other
:' New York Weekly! World......... i.uo 2.00 2.50 conflict of chance and purpose, and if
:' Popular Science Monthly.......... 5.00 2.00 5.75 troubles about poor servants and bad matters to point out the mistake or
Philadelphia Weekly Times....;. 1.00 2,00 2.50 we are here three hundred and sixty- I
Rural Callfornian........................ 1.50 2.00 2.50 housekeeping, that the German planbe show the correct way. Servants,know-
f Southern Cultivator.................... 1.50 2.00 2.75 five days from now, we shall be making this fact and rule
: Scientific American................... 3.20 2.00 4.25 adopted of sending every young ing are independent
,,', Saturday Night............................ 3.00 2.00 '3.75 merry again for '878 sake, even as we the house and the "mistresses" must .1
. after finished her school ,
:: Savannah Weekly News...._... 1.25 2.00 2.50 girl, she has
Southern Bivouac...................... 2.00 2.00 3.00 do now for the sake of '86, and promising submit. The German of living -
education and before she is "out system
Southern Live Stock. Journal. 2.00 2.U) 2.75 ourselves New Year- to
St.. Nicholas.Monthly........,.......Magazine................ 3.00 2.00 4.00 Puck. a Happy learn housekeeping. This every girlin with a family and learning by ex I

rScribnerr( :8))............:.................. 4.00 2.00 5.00 does be she the perience how to a house, is
Waverly Magazine................?.. 4.00 2.00 5.00 THE FLORIDA CULTIV AToR.-See Germany daughterof manage
The above are among the very best publications nobleman officer small official. far better than either cooking-schools ,
a or
:. although we are able to club with oth- the card of this Company, the leading ,
I : ers. Write us for terms with any other paper She direct from a school into a or lectures on the subject ; as a greater I
or periodical, not in this list, and we'shall members of which are known to us as goes
heerfully quote club rates. family corresponding with her stationin variety of things are learned, and theyare
, Remittances should be sent by Check substantial and reliable gentlemen, done in refined and
ro. Money Order, Postal Note Let- a more eco-
or Registered life. Those! who are rich where
, j, :.tIr.. addressed to and experienced Agricultural journalists go nomical way.
'\,' C. W. DaCOSTA, they are. paid highly and are in "good .
f who are deeply interested in the
f! TAflWfib' VTT.TY. 'P'" A. :
family, so that they are enabled to New Publications.
and of Florida.
,: FIG C TTI GB.-See advertisement progress prosperity. live well and have good cooking, and "Our Women in the War' is the

of Ex-Governor'HARRIBON REED, who Duval County Oranges.We great variety. No one is taken into title of a very attractive Southern

has many most excellent bearing; varieties. are indebted to the following one of these establishments for less book, just issued from the office of the

Duval county orange-growers for recent than a year, so that every month a News and Courier, Charleston, S. C.

ARTESIAN WELLS.-See advertisement special favors in the way of fine new branch is learned-one, month It contains eighty chapters of war

.'..,> of "Southern} Rock Well Co." fruit: the preserving of fruit in season, the history, mainly the experience of
To Col. MARTIN GRIFFIN for next laying of apples and vegetables Southern women, embodying much of
{ ,, and.send. for their circular card.... ,,We very I
of Navel and Mediterranean for winter of the romance, trial and privation of
!!" know the :President; ; of this,Company, superior specimens use, preserving eggs

> F..E. Cornish, and have the fullest Sweet oranges, grown,at his and butter, etc. These girls are those sad times, which has never been

J. : confidence in his mechanical skill, fine young grove on the St. Johns, taught everything, from washing up published in any other form. It is a

to; perseverance and i integrity.MR. three miles above Jacksonville.To dishes, sweeping and polishing the handsome volume of 482 pages, very

r' Mrs. B. KEITH, of "Keithburn," floors, clear-starching and ironing, neatly bound in gray cloth, and will

i: .ACKERLY.; -The Tropical Paradise old King's: Road, six miles above this dusting and cleaning ornaments, cook- be sent, post-paid, for the very low

hh says, some kind things of Mr.\ G. city, for very fine Navels and other ing, laying the table waiting, polish- price of $1. Address: News, and

JAckerly: the Gen.Passenger Agentof varieties. ing the silver and glass, up to decora- Courier, Charleston, S. C. .

Jacksonville; St. Augustine and To M.\ .I. PHILIPS, of this vicinity, ting the table with flowers and fruit. The Orange: Its Culture iu Califor

'1<- Halifax River Railway-all of which for seedling oranges of great merit- Great is the ambition of the pupil to nia. With a Brief Discussion of the

; we most cordially and heartily endorse. large,bright and of excellent flavor. hear that her taste and managementare Lemon, Lime, and other Citrus Fruits.

We have had ,almost daily knowledgeof All which clearly prove that a cer- the best. Combined with these By 'VM. A. SPALDING. Illustrated. .

Mr.\ Ackerly's management since he tain "Professor" who included Duval duties are those of keeping the house- With an Appendix on Insects Injurious '.

assumed his present position, and we in some of the counties where the hold linen in repair and learning to Citrus Trees, and How to Combat !

consider him a most efficient railroad orange could not be raised profitably(1)!) plain sewing., Thus the young girl them. [From the work of Hon. ,

officer. and a gentleman. "reckoned without his host;" gets experience in household affairs. Matthew Cooke.] Riverside (Cal.)


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:" "Press; and H r ,tcUl uri8t" print. 1885. I New York, a charming combinationof "Kaffir Corn. Pear Blight--Corrections.

:' A .broad, well-printed! octavo, of cycling scenes. For copies, address: We learn, from our exchanges tb'at, Editors of Florida Dispatch:

i- nearly'one hundred double-columned The Pope Manufacturing Co., Boston, about. eight years ago, the Geoigia: It is evident that your proof-reader I

I k pages and a number of useful illustra- Mass. State Agricultural Department received is not conversant with the barbarous

\ tions. We have given it a careful examination Tropical Florida ; or, a Round Trip from Egypt a collection of African terms used in the study of minute

; and can speak of it in Upon the St. Johns River. Issued by seeds, which were distributed organisms ; and I take the liberty of

-terms of almost unqualified praise. It the Passenger Department of the among Georgia farmers. Included in suggesting a few corrections in my

is, in many respects more minute and De Bary-Baya Merchant's Line, Jack- the lot were seeds of the Kaffir corn, article on Pear Blight :

thorough than any preceding work on sonville, Florida. Another very pretty !so called because it is the principal In first column for Meynomites read

the subject; and though some modesof and useful little guide-book, setting food of the Kaffirs of South Africa. A Myxomicetes for 1\1. amylorosous read

culture and management recom- forth the beauties of Florida's grand little of this has been cultivated every amyliororous.Third .

mend for citrus fruits differ considerably river;-describing the different towns, year by Dr J. H. Watkins, of Camp- column 5th line for "vines"

from our Florida ideas and landings and settlements on the St. bell county, who found it to be excel- read virus.

< practice, the whole book can be John's-giving tables of distance, etc., lent for forage. This year he plantedan 8th line for "polled" read potted.In .
.studied, with pleasure and profit by acre of it on the poorest land he
etc. For copies, apply to Chas. B. your remarks regarding my im-
orange growers everywhere. It will Fenwick, Gen. Freight and Pass., had, which would not have yielded perfect commucation you refer to the
be mailed, bound handsomely in cloth, three bushels of wheat. Without any
Jacksonville Fla.
''l Agent, necessity of the State appointing a 1 '
for $1, and in covers at 50 fertilizer, however, the Kaffir corn
The, Orange and VegetableGrower'sHand.Book competent Entomologist to study the
-cents. Address : L. M. Holt, Riverside yielded thirteen bushels. He had I
is an unusually elaborate insects injurious to vegetation ; and I
California.The some of it ground into flour and made
and "taking" advertising pamphlet, would express it as my opinion, that it
into bread. The flour was fine and
Florida Railway and Naviga. issued by the "Clark's dye GuanoCo is more important to study and dissemi- 1

lion Company. The Key Line. Comprising ," of New Bedford Mass. Wight, had a rich creamy color. It was nate information regarding fungi, their ]
made into biscuit and cakes
the Gulf Coast Route, from the man & Christopher General Agents- ,egg-bread destructive effects, and necessary
and in each form it delicious.
Sea to the Gulf. (Central Division.) Jacksonville, Fla. proved remedial measures. We are of opinion :
The Golden Fruit Route, through the ..... Except in color, it was impossible to that the Agricultural College 'I,

Lake Region and the Orange Belt. Grasses for Pasture and Hay. distinguish it from the finest Ohio should be made an experimental station l'

{Southern Division.) The Tallahas- Editors Florida Dispatch/ : Valley flour. Specimens of the bread with a chair of Botony, Entomology \
and cake distributed at the Depart
.see Route, through the Uplands of I am a comparatively ,new subscri- and Fungology. If the latter
Florida. (Western Division.) Issued ber and have already troubled you ment of Agriculture excited surpriseby studies were properly conducted the

-)y the Passenger Department of the several times. May I do so again ? their excellence. The cultivationof annual income of the State would be .
I am desirous of keeping somA good Kaffir corn is likely to become
Florida and Com-
Railway Navigation
materially increased and the
stock and do I spreadof
to so, want a pasture.I large in Georgia.
pany. 1885. This is one of the most have perused many able articles in fungoid diseases prevented. At
..attractive and artistic Guide-Books [Is not this so-called "Kaffir corn" I
your paper on grasses for Florida, but some future time, I may refer to this
jet issued by any of our Florida Rail- cannot ascertain the right time to plant a variety of Dhourra, or one of the subject somewhat in extenso and furnish .

ways. The illustrations, most of said grasses. I shall therefore feel African Imphees, some of which were some data to sustain my position.
much obliged if you will inform me, C. J. lv.
which are new, are of unusual:: excel- introduced into South Carolina and
through your columns, of the best timeto Jacksonville, Jan. 1, 1886. 1 11
lence ; the typographical work, (from plant respectively, Guinea, Para, Georgia twenty-five or thirty years ----- ----.
the "South Publishing Co.,") is first- and Texas Blue Grass ; and also which ago?-EDS.] Mandarin Oranges.The .

.class; and the literary matter and gen- of the three makes the best pasture, Grocer and Canner, of San '
eral arrangement reflect much credit and which is the best to cut and feed A CARD. Francisco, says : "In the cargo of the \" -1- l

Mr. Chas. E. Choate the editor green, or to cut and cure for hay. ; San Pablo the last
upon Apologizing for trespassing on your The Florida Cultivator.On steamer to arrive
and compiler. Copies may be obtained time I Yours from Hong Kong, was a shipment of r.,
am, Truly, the 22d of June, 1885, the "Cul- .j
from A. 0. Mac Donell, Gen. Pass., JOHN M. G. WATT. 328 packages of Mandarin oranges. :
tivator Company, of Jacksonville, j
Agent Fernandina, and it is worthy Pinellas, Fla., December, 1885. Florida, published in the DISPATCHthe To many dealers on this coast this variety j j

of a place in the traveling-bag and on REPLY.-Guinea grass seed should following advertisement and edito- of citrus fruit would be some- j

the centre-table. be sown in the fall, say October or rial notice : thing of a curiosity, yet several ship- 1

The Cycling Calendar, for 1886, November ; but the usual plan is to ADVERTISEM *T. ments in small lots come to this city .\

just issued, is'a truly artistic and elegant plant the roots in March or April. THE CULTIVATOR COMPANY, of Jacksonville rogularly] every winter, making their -4
Florida, will shortly issue the Prospectus -
work in chromo-lithography, and The same remark applies to Texas fora new Agricultural Horticultural and first appearance about Christmas time _

is equally appropriate for use and Blue grass. Para grass roots or stalk- -bearing Pomological the paper-weekly above title. I THE or FLORIDA semi-monthly CULTIVATOR and continuing in market until after /

ornament, in office, library or parlor. joints may be planted almost any time.A strictly Independent will take and position steadily In maintain Southern a the close of the holiday season. The 1
damp soil suits this best. (See Rural Journalism, and will be devoted Entirely fruit is better
Each day of the year appears upon a grass and exclusively to the Interests of the adapted for ornamentation -
articles on Para in a recent num- Farmers Fruit-G rowers,Truck-Raisers, :Man- than for table
with grass use.
separate slip, a quotation pertain- ufacturers, Mechanic, Stock-Raisers, and orangesare
ing to cycling from leading publications ber of the DISPATCH.) All will do to other South.Industrial It will be citizens conducted of Florida by men and of long the small, smooth skinned, and of the

and prominent personages.: The cut and feed green, but we believe the and regular ripe contributors experience,many and number of the most among practical Its- darkest orange color. They are the
notable cycling events are given ; and Guinea is more easily cured than the and successful men in all department& of sweetest fruit of this class that comesto
Southern and For
Para rass. We have had no personal industry enterprise. terms,
.concise opinions of the highest medical experience with the Texas Blue grass. etc.,see future advertisements.' this market. A peculiarity of this

authorities ; words from practical -EDS. "THE FLORIDA EDITORIAL CULTIVAToR.-See NOTICE. the an- shipment i is the small, solid package in

wheel men, including clergymen and nouncement of the forthcoming Prospectusof which this fruit arrives. The boxesare j
a new Agricultural, Horticultural and Po-
other professional gentlemen ; the At Close of Day. mological paper with the above title; to be about a foot by a foot and a half
If you sit down at set of sun, soon issued by the Cultivator Company, of
of the roads this city. in dimensions the sides and
rights cyclers upon ; general And count the acts that you bave done, ; bottoms s
wheeling statistics; the benefit of And counting, find This was the first public announce- being dovetailed together, and the

tricycling for ladies; extracts from One That self-denying eased the heart act,or one him word who heard; ment of the Florida Cultivator, and tops fastened on by wooden pegS For

cycling poems; and much other inter- One glance most kind, the Company desire to state, distinctly, greater security, the boxes are bound
That felt like sunshine where it went with spilt rattan. the
information. In fact it is in ; Altogether,
esting that they claim that name and title
Then you:may, count the day well spent. packages appear to be perfectly air-
miniature, a virtual encyclopedia upon for the new Agricultural and Horti-
But if, through all the livelong day, tight. The fruit arrives in good order
this universally utilized "steed of You've cheered no hear.by yea or nay; cultural journal which they now havein after its ocean voyage of about four
-steel." The calendar proper is mounted If, through it all, preparation, and ask the courteousaid weeks. A large portion of the last
You've nothing done th-it can trace,
you >
upon a back of heavy board, upon That brought the sunshineto one face, of the State press in giving this shipment is on sale at A.Lusk & Co/i : ;
-which is exquisitely executed, in No act most small announcement full. circulation and and attracts considerable attention. i
That helped some soul and nothing cost; The. Mandarins are selling at about r "
water-color- efiect, by G. H.. Buck, ,_ of Then count that day as worse than lost. currency. '$1.25 per box. ,

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The Boss Zinc and Leather Collar
{ Decaying Fruit. CARP.-As a good many carp have
It is to been distributed in Florida it Pads are the best. Leather or Soft
.. a grief go through our great lately,
Pads hold dirt, mat the mane and.
fruit markets to see theenormous waste may ',be interesting to breeders to know
chafe the neck. Use the Boss, the
f; I and think of,the disappointed shippers. that Capt. Milton P. Pierce, the Sec- cheapest, and most durable, and save.. Fruit and- -Vegetable- -- -- -- -Market.- --- ---' -

,4 All over the country people who send retary of the American Carp Culture all trouble. Sold on 60 days trial by -

fruit to New. York or other markets, Association, asserts that "the supposition all Harness Makers. MT\ d. by DEX- 261 BROADWAY FLORIDA NEW DISPATCH YORK, Dee. 31,18&5.}

the often that ,there several TER CURTIS, Madison, Wis. eow. QUOTATIONS.
price. They varieties of
J expect top get a are Florida Oranges fancy per crate. 2 75a 3 25
bill l of ? The such o + Florida Orange, Inferior pr crate 1 75a 2 25
expense. Why .fruit carp, as mirror, leather, blue- Florida Orange russetspererate.175a 2 12>
was packed carelessly, bruised in the ,back, etc., is a clear delusion, all of four old Budded Orange Trees Florida Oranges,Tangerines J. D. HASHAGEN'!' crt. 4 OOa 5,00

handling and packing, and worse than those thus fancifully named being one buds one year year old. These were raisedin Eastern Agent. (

all, great quantities packed too ripe. and the same variety." He claims the best nurseries in the State. PHILADELPHIA December 301885.

Thousands of crates and basket of that you may "breed exclusively from Price on. board cars only 35c. each, to Reported especially for us by EVANS BROS.,.

peaches and pears, tens of thousandsof either of the alleged varieties, and each reduce my stock. Address I Produce Commission Merchants,No.56 North
G. H. SUTHERLAND Water Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Price Cur-
crates of tomatoes, thousands of of the others will appear among the 1 rent subject to market fluctuations.
Aredondo FJa. I
barrels of apples and melons are progeny." ..... I Potatoes In. fair receipt and selling slowly..
Onions firm.Cranberries
thrown away every year, and this year Consumption Cured. What can be more disagreeable, fancy J'y dk,bus. era.. I 2Sa175-
Cranberries choice,J'y.lgt,bus .. 1 OOat 50 ,
has been especially hard on fruits of An old physician retired from more disgusting, than to sit in a room Cranberries,Cape Cod,dark per bbl. 6 00a7 00
with who is Cranberries,Jersey......_........ per bbl. 50a5 LQ-
all sorts. The moist weather has practice, having had placed in his a person troubled with Cranberries, light...................per bbl. 3 OOai 25
catarrh, and has to keep coughing and Cabbage, extra, per 100....................... 3 ()X(>
East India
forced a succulent growth, which is, hands by an missionary the his Cabbage medium, per 100.................. 2 00a2 50 .
formula of a simple vegetable remedyfor clearing or her throat of the mucus Cabbage, small, per 100./ ....................... 60a2 00-
perhaps, the reason for the rapid de which drops into it? Such Oranges, fancy...................._............._ 2 75-
The lesson to be drawn from the speedy and permanent cure of personsare Oranges, choice................................._ 2'2532 50
cay. Consumption Bronchitis Catarrh always to be pitied if they try to Oranges, fair russets._........................ 75a2 :25-
this of is themselves and Lemons,choice,per box.................... ;3 25a3: 5O
state not to cure fail. But if
things ship fully Asthma and all throat and Lung Affections := they Lemons,fair per box......................... 2 00a2 SO-
ripe .fruit to pack with care also and radical get Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy there Applt*.extra. per bbl........................ 75a2 00-
; great a positive need be Apples, prime, per bbl............._......_ 1 5Cal 60
handling every article separately, even cure for Nervous Debility and all Ner- no failure. Apples, common to goon, per bbl.... 1 COal 25
+ Apples, prime, winter, per bbl........._ 1 60al 75
though they be appearently hard. vous Complaints, after having tested Potatoes, Early Rose, per bus............ 63a 65-
may Scott's! Emulsion of Pure Cod Liver
Potatoes,Early Rose fair, bus.... 55a 55
its wonderful curative in thou- I per
powers Oil ........ 70a 7.Potatoe@Burbankscoleeperbns..68ail>
;rime thus expended is money saved. with Hypopliosphites, Potatoes, Maine Rose per bus. -
sands of cases, has felt it his duty to I >'
: Do not blame the commission Very palatable and efficacious in wast- Potatoes, fair{ to good, pr bus GOa 65-
unjustly -
make it known to his suffering fellows: Potatoes Peerless bus..............._ 58a 60'Potatoes.Peeriess&lr
t merchant for what is your fault.It Actuated by this motive and a desireto ing diseases. Dr. C. T. Bromser, Roch to good pr bus 50a 55'
I' ester, N. Y., says : After having Potatoes",Mammoth Pearl per bus... 63a 65-
matters not, if year after year you relieve human suffering, I will send Potatoes, fair to good,per bus. 55a (XV
used Scott's Emulsion with decided Potatoes, mixed lots, per bus............ 50a 55-
; have shipped in the same manner and free of charge, to all who desire it, this benefit myself. I have taken Sweet Potatoes, per basket..............- 40a 50 C
recipe, in German, French or English, upon Sweet Potatoes, culls, per basket....? 20a 25-
r received good returns. In some conditions great pleasure in recommending it Sweet PotatoesJersey ex.. per bbl 2 (082 25' '
with full directions for preparing and Sweet Potatoes, Jersey,fair,per bbl 1 75a2 ro
of the market anything that is Sent mail since in the various conditions of wast- Onions,near by,N.Y.yellow,per bbl. 225a250'
I using. by by addressingwith
in which it is indicated." i Onions, Western, per bbl....._........._ 2 50a2 75
fruit will sell well. In times of abund-- stamp, naming this paper, W. A. ing I Onions, Red, per bbl......................_. 2 OCa2 25-

ance, the case is quite otherwise. The 0 NOYES, 149 Power's Block, Rochester, ----- o ---
Groves where Williams Clark
article sells
prime at a fairly good ,
Orange Tree fertilizer has been -

price, while inferior goods barely pay Large quantities of Orange Tree used are looking finely. Fig- CuttingsOf

expenses, and sometimes even net a Fertilizer is being received at Jack- --- ....--- my large continuous bearing vari-

loss.-American Agriculturist. sonville by Williams, Clark & Co. Rupture radically cured, t ety ; also of the small Celeste and the-

These goods are becoming very popu- also pile tumors and fistula Pam- Yellow varieties, furnished in any

lar. Office 64i West Bay street, Jack- phlet of particulars 10 cents in stamps.World's quantity at $2 per hundred. Short

sonville. Correspondence invited. Association Buf- cuttings with terminal buds will be-
'" Earlv Olives. Dispensary ,
Bearing I .
frlo N. Y. forwarded by mail post-paid. I have-
A Sad Case of ,
Gustave Eisen in the Fresno, Cal., 1'olsoiiingis also a few young trees for sale at 25-
that of afflicted i I
any man or woman
cents each or 815 hundred.
Republican says : "It was unfortu- with disease or derangement of the per
nate that the Mission olive was the liver, resulting in poisonous accumu-
Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 31,1885.
,first kind to be introduced into Cali- lations in the blood, scrofulous affec- .

fornia. Its slow-growing qualities and tions, sick headaches, and diseases of: Grove and Pine Lauds for Sale.
its tardiness in bearing make it the kidney, lungs or heart. These -= -- Two and one-half miles from river

very troubles can be cured only by goingto co"--'I >; j' landing, i mile to school-house and

undesirable, except in orchards where the primary cause, and putting the a : ..un. va.\\. a w s.:'g s.: s.: < store; 4} acres in grove, 31C trees, 165-
&: JO : -d.srrd; ri
the owners can afford to wait. On liver in a healthy condition. To accomplish w 9'61S' a UJaAV 'oo :;;. set out Feb., 1881, all thrifty and the

this account there is a popular preju- this result speedily and effectually -. -a I, best budded stock-200 yards from
dice against olives, the general idea nothing has proved itself so s:: 0 M .;;1- :- I- my home grove, on Stella lake.

efficacious Dr. Pierce's "Golden t" 8 No better land healthier
as :>> <&t'fl orange or
being that it takes olives too to
Medical\ Discovery," which has never o t da location in Florida. ,Had 13 boxes-

bear. This. is an error. We have failed to do the work claimed for it, .C- M < .d11jn; 1aA I -N "' cvit.-r' .erti .. oranges, shall have about 50 this year...

seen olive trees that bore over 1,000 and never will. so.-tiq --t- I 00... J. WETHERBEE,
a LfJIra< : .uonaaJla .. dec21-1 Fruitland Fla.
olives the third year after they were \ l ,
A job lot of Manilla\ : Pads, of different .0. hxrrx' V aai .
set out and the second mQ Fertilize !
even as early as .
sizes, for sale cheap. Made of ) 0 CII;
season had several hundred. When == 50 Tons Upland Cotton Seed for
waste and just the thing for w rI1P Pun q
paper 83888E8o . y w sale & Monticello .
pus saqaaJ aJ by Mays Partridge, ,
this variety is five or,six years old it scribbling paper or memorandums.Send p E U'BJUIUJ U'8a .2 ?H Fla.

will have paid for itself many times for samples and prices.C. -. > ---i!I III m0 ; + --

W. DACOSTA. :: C1J w aq -' q I t 00.. Seed Potatoes--From Novia Scotia.
and will then handsome II'Ba .0.
over, yield a I .orsiaca
.,.., ca
c.. ri z U'8aJ'i a .101010 cl Imported Early Rose, Chili Red,.
profit to the orchardist. Those who Do You Mean Business? m a C: -CII Q; O
) Burbanks and of Hebron.
mcvoa)a"' Beauty
D "Q
wish to set out an olive orchard should Well, if you have strength to push S. aJ M E-t.d CII; I mnmluu'i I oe-ia.IO..IO..J.: ;. : oo c x CII; 4>'o3m.. I We guarantee every variety to be
I O. i
select some stock that will easily take your business, it is well. But many a I mmJX'8J'i I 'oeo-rma:' ": g ao -a-.. true to name, and the finest potatoesfor -

the graft, and wait their time. In a man's business has broken down be- Qc 11010 e "00t = II, planting ever brought to Florida.

cause the man was broken down, and t ; I The Rose and Chili Red are of a
few scions of fine 9mOJ'Ba : =383 m11sH
years they produce 3 t I
I had no push in him. If you want to u13aI' beautiful rosy color, and all the varie-
8 i?
varieties for grafting. Though we make a success, build up your system _c'3 I a i ties are in sound order. Will ship
have many fine varieties of olives i in by the use of Brown's Iron Bitters. -o. :. :: :: :: : :: :: mom EEEC ; I promptly on receipt of price,, which
.-...-.. I :. :. :0 :. :. .
Mr.\ W. M.\ Winfree of 2 2K
I this State, none are to ,be had in great Petersburg, C : : :'CQ : ,as.d CII.;. as must be remitted in advance.
It takes Va., says: "There is no medicine equalto -o ; Cot :OO:-. O as : Q. PRICE $3.25 PER BARREE.
at '
quantity present. 0 d" mMMO I
t years Brown's Iron Bitters for general s.O N I dr. ... D as'O Oa a >. .III CIICIIeJ; ; We have placed all at one price.
fcr the newly imported trees to 'E as .tU:: <<
t supply debility." It cures dyspepsia,enrichesthe ..Q...)... ":.f..'tS ":f as toG tie Send orders and money to Church-
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all the cuttings necessary. blood and strengthens the muscles. E- 1"I I mmtiE 0-4 h.:: ww M:7 I Anderson & Co., Jacksonville.


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.1---_ . THE FLORIDA. DISPATCH.Write '1:1.: ;

or Oak, WOMEN P wish to mike$II M$4 a 4a y cash,at their
Marble WANTED' tent by maiL No cantusUg. IddreM --
the undertaker for : iron Railing
". Mfjr. CVk,29*Vine St..Cln'ti,0.l
: and all kinds of Cemetery Work.A Needing renewed strength or who Buffer from | -- PLANT SHED COMPANY'S RELIABLE

1 IaiIrmlUea peculiar to their sex,should tryBROS5 '
full line of Wooden and Metallic ,SMALL

Cases and Caskets always on hand. : FEEDERThU
NEW: article 11 appreciated aDd ap-
All orders promptly attended to, 25 proved by all progressive Farmers aud ;
Stock Raiser The calf suck iU fool
Laura St., Jacksonville Fla. owly, In perfectly,natural way thrivleg
M well as when fed on iU own mother. Write for ttctr I11USTB1TID CAT.!LOQUZ. l 14run:
dec21.6m Circnlarifree. SMALL& MATTHEWS
4 1 21 South Market; Street BOSTON,1I.\ S. PLANT SEED COMPANY,
T'IT l ----- -- L7
yvesgt1 C Mention tide Paper.)
"It charms where others all fail." J. E. M'GINNISS, -

This grape, like the Scuppernong, Room No. 10, Bostwick's Block, ilbley's Tested Seed<

is of Southern origin and possesses the S Catalogue free on application. Send for it.S
Jacksonville, Florida, HIRAM SIBLEY & CO.,
essential qualities which no other first- 1\ ROCHXSTBR. N. Y. ASD CHICAGO, ILL.__ .-:

class grape pcsseses, that is the abilityto !

thrive and bear heavy crops in a ITTs THE REAL ESTATEand SCOTT & CROWELl

moitt, hot climate. This quality, the '

Lutie, possesses in an eminent degree, This medicine combines Iron with TONIC pure vegetable ; and 801<1. Pearl Lake Brooding P Poi

as proven by ifs heavy crops of well- tonics and is invaluable for Diseases peculiar to I I
Women,and all who lead dentary lives. It Enriches
ripened fruit and healthy vine and and Purifies the Blood, Stimulates Houses for Kent In desirable portions of the : AID
the Appetite, trengthenM the Muscles and I
foliage, for the past eight years, while ervc8-in fact thoroughly Invigorates. city. City; property handled and '
Clean the compiexioIlc.and makes the skin smooth.
the most celebrated European and It does not blacken the teeth cause headache,or returns made promptly.Conveyancing Exchange
produce constipation ether iron rntdMnti do. ,
American varieties have lamentable done carefully and at short

proven Mae EUZABETH BAIRD 74 Farwell Ave.,Milwaukee -
failures the ,Wis.,says,under (date of Dec. 26th.1884: notice.
on same grounds. "I have used Brown's Iron Bitters and it has been
The Lutie is more than a doctor to me.having cared me of tho Correspondence solicited. dec21-6m I WYANDOTTES; a specialty : also P. IVta ,
pronounced by good weakness ladies have in life. Also cured me of Liver I II I Br. Leghorns, B. B.R.Games," .C.B., PoUsfeFekln :
judges the best in America.It Complaint,and now my complexion is clear and r and Rouen Ducks, \
grape grown SIZE "O FEET
crrvw. Has been beneficial to my children. IOTS i00 $4.
is the earliest to ripen. It bears Genuine has above trade mark and crossed red lines I Eerrets and English Mastiff Pups.
on Take other. Made only by Lake ,
wrapper. no [Lakeview on Kingsley
young. It stands the hotest weather 1 BROWN CHEMICAL CO.BALTIMOnE,MD.'LADIES' ].oM- ljO; buys a 5-acre F I LO R I DA Collies and Bull i iEcott
Pugs. Spaniels,
without HAND BOOK-useful and attractive,containing I
to the vine fruit I tract for
injury or list of prizes for recipes,information about 'I. Mange Cure and Crowell's Cholera ,
:leaves. People'of Florida coins etc.given away by all dealers in medicine,or All ORANGE GRO'.E.Send CureMonarch Incubators and Poultry Boofec
congratulate mailed to any address on receipt of 2c.scamp. 2 cent st mp for Maps, etc., to and Periodicals.

yourselves on the acquisition of a i!, I TROPICAL LAND CO.. I Eggs for Hatching,Wy. and P. R'H,?i
P. O. Box 158, Jacksonville, } la. I Box 501.nov23tf.
grape which will in two years from ARTESIAN WELLS.Flowing Ex-Gov. Geo. F. Drew, WATERBURY, CONN.

planting! bring large cash returns. I REFER TO I Jacksonville Rev. C.

With the Lutie you can put fruit into Wells of never-falling water speedIly I McLean,St. Augustine. i iI
secured by the new. Cornish System. I nov9-ly OK \ G., TREES.
Northern markets in !
early July, at Terms very moderate. For particulars, address i -- ---- -- ---- I

from 25 to 50 cents per pound. In Circuit Court, Duval County,

by Grape AMANDA C. ROBERTS, ) It appearing byvs. ,000 to select from. Varieties: Swee;
Box 100, Jacksonville, Fla. .I Seville, Nonpareil Indian River,Magnum
Nashville Tenn. }affidavit filed that Kt\velj
pany, I I
Best references furnished. Jan 41m ISAIAH L. ROBERTS. ) the above named Bonum and A\te.budded in l&a
O. F. Brand, Jacksonville and i defendant, Isaiah L. Roberts, does not residein 1882 and 1833 on sour stocks four years iL
Orlando Fla. for Florida. : the State of Florida, but in one of the Price, from ::5c. to Jl each. 1
Agent : For Sale at a Bargain. | United States,it is ordered that said defend- ALBERT FRIES, J

I ant plead,answer or demur to the bill filed NovlG St. Nicholas Fla.
To Bent. A young Orange Grove at Norwalk, Put- in said cause, on the first Monday of February i --- .- -- --- -
to ram county, Fla., on the St. Johns river. A. D. 188(5( or said bill will be taken as .co T&tf'wTWATERjPRdOP
Orange family successful 13TItUNU
grove, confessed. r
Six in Into
acres trees Just coming bearing.
in Poultry Raising, Fruit Culture and Other land well timbered. Good tenement'I JAMES M. BAKER,Judge.H. 7" ,,1,:' ] \Easy rust or to applydoes rattle. Ie not ahs
house,etc. For particulars,call on Mr.A. j' C. PATTISON, Complainant's Solicitor. I ,.tI '. JBUnplNGJ A SUBSTITUTE rirvPLASTER
..Gardening.: Bond required.S. Williams on the premises, or address W.j'i Jacksonville. Fla., October 13, )885-19-3m :': at Half
the Co8t CAItPJiTjfUU
E. WINSLOW, T.IVEYt a and Dunedin Co. Florida. Ashpole, Robeson Co., N. C. I SOUTH FLORIDA RAILROAD CO. Catalogue and Simples
Hillsborough fret. W. II.FAY On CO.. Camden,N.J.
don't waste time canvassing for cheap.
dec21-3t AGENTS inferior: pictures but Bend at once forcatalogue SANFORD, FLA.,Sept. 11, lSS. .
and description of our new and elegant 60 fancy Pictures, and K ___-
inOllROS COh N NOTICE. GAR 0 S rant Cards in Gilt Edge Silk
AIRBRUSH PORTRAITS From and after this date no Steamboats. Fringe Hidden Name 4c.. 1
218 Street Songster. EW Prize Putzleaat
Bay ,
Steam Barges, or vessels of kind will be
8 all for 10 cts. ( of Authors 1D dL
parlor ame
Any one can take orders. games
: and double your profits. allowed to take off Pa"-
Dealer in Second-hand on or put Freight or
Clothing. show Full IVY CARD CO., Clintonville Con
All you have to do is to your KninlPB. land at the wharf of the South .
in the Old cloth :t particulars and terms free. MIOIIIWAXJPOHTltAIT sengersor 150 CARDS, in new styles: Embossed, HJddoa
Cheapest place city. Florida Railroad at Sanford Flu
; CO., Charlotte, Michigan. Company, name Gold Edge Transparent, Ac., Ac., or
ing cleaned and repaired. Spots taken I -- -------- ---- except such line or lines of steamers or other' latest designs and lowest prices. CO samples; wick
vessels as are the direct advertised connections nameon 10( cts TODD CABD Co.,Clinton ville.Coca.
from your clothes at once. For Printing of every description ; of the said company,and working under

oct 127m. write to C. W. DaCosta. Jacksonville, I, (Signed contract) with JAMES them.E. INGRAHAM f. ON 30 DAYS' TRIAL.THIS .

Fla. I sep21-tf President. ,
Lauds for Sale. TRUSS
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large amount for sale in 'Has a 1'ad different from :A
1 others, is cup hape..with Sdf.
quantities to suit purchasers, in the SENSIBLE adiuwtingiallincenteradatsTRUSS
itself to all positions! c)( 111.bod7whUetheboll1ntb1lc .
:vicinity of Crescent City, Huntington, I p

Lake Como Pomona and Forest 'presses back the intestines
.... .' -- Just, as a perecan
Hills. By TO TILE P17IIL1C. does with the flnger.AVUhiightprcsrorD theJioniala -
held ecurely day and nl?htand a ra J. S. BROWN ,"- :. Having retired from the firm of Barr, Hun i certain. It is easy dnr.bb'anti cht''n' ffo.ntbymaJL! ( -
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ter "t Stockton, and soclat d ourselves under
nov 166m. Fruitland Fla. 'i -
'h- name of Barrs & Hunter, we are now
0 .' pippartd to buy and sell city and country :i John &
,r 15,000 LeConte Pear Trees 1 to 3 Real E 1ateascallonl.those\\hoha\'e.-reat: McMurray Cot,
f/ experience and the lull confidence of the
/ years old, 5,000 paper-shell Pecan i uMie." Thanking you for past favors, we Manufacturers of ry
Trees 1,000 lbs. Kolb Gem Melon t"licit your business in the future.

Seed,,for sale at Rocky Branch Nurseries lau Jtf :31 West" Bay RARRS St.,Jacksonvillt& HUNTER,,Fla. j iraRons Drays Cans Buait<<

Monticello, Fla. Address ,

novltf B. W. PARTRIDGE.ELLSWORTH. I Horseshoeing and Repairing done prompt
i, Office and Warerooms No. 121 Forsy ut
decH-3m Jacksonville, FlZORGANS :

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I work and do it easier and in less time than any other machine at all GreatWorld's Stringing,_0- \ \
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; _,.vrill buy a warranted speculation or a Cheap PROOF that Agents are mating from 875 to 8150 per ).Payments E_
I t I mOD tho Farmers make$200: to$:00 during the winter. Lades of RentedCatalopies markable far
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A.36 Page pamphlet onf .; u.
I f Orange and Fruit Culture Vegetable Growing! -.t"- ,';." "".... .".,

The Finest Town between Palatka and Sanford. ,. "


; 158 Front Street. New York.

Finest Lands. Best Paying Groves.

': .Necessity for Complete Feeding of tree and fruit-Danger from forcing or partial fertll-
rung Least Frost North of Indian River.

,".' .. Two Diatlnct Manures' required for Orange Trees-before and after maturity. Write for information to
Effect of the Right Forms of plant food on the quality of the fruit and the health of the
t roes.r .
'., Necessity of Judicious and Liberal Fertilization to prevent disease and exhaustion inorchardsProf. dec14-1) BURTON K. BARRS, Seville, Fla.
GOESSMANN, on the importance of selecting the particular forms of plant ,
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ood that will exert the most beneficial Influence on the fruit.
: Diseases of Orange Trees-DIe-back, gum disease, fcales, insects, rust, splitting and Valrico
" dropping of fruit-Defect!ve and Improper feeding. ;84 Nurseries
: Results from Injudicious Fertilization disastrous on the Orange tree, and fruit equally ,g
so, though more difficult to trace, than on the more rapidly maturing fruit like the Strawberry M E -; TROPICAL AND SUBTROPICAL. gSS g:
and and like Beets. .pcP
Grape, crops Sugar
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Stimulating and Temporary Benefit from nitrogenous fertilizers. They only partially "*.,., ', g;
eed the cropAre not cheap. Catalogue Free. 5 J2j E
Waste of Organic NltroJen.ln blood, flesh, fish, cotton seed, etc. Prof. 5 S, W, Johnsonon o J.. tt': H=
the waste of nitrogen in light soils. .to
The stapes Manures an Prepared for Florida not liable to waste, excepting to the ex- .|: cSeffiler <
ent of a small proportion of the Nitrogen existing as Organic Nitrogen, derived from Bone Co. Fla.
about one third of the total Nitrogen. Hillsborough ,
Valuation of Organic Nitrogen in the form of vegetable matter in Commercial Fertilizers
-Inert, unavailable Nitrogen in muck-Interior forms.-Prof. S. W.JOHNSON on same. ___ _.___ ___-___--_--_----_--_-_-._,n- __ __ ----- -
Leaching and Waste of some fertilizing ingredients-Phosphoric Acid and Potash sel-
dom found in any quantity in drainage aters-Prof. WARRINGTON'S testimony.Low DEER ISLAND U. S. FAST MAIL STEAMERSFOR
Priced "Cheap" Fertilizers generally objectionable, and fail to supply plant food
it reasonable rates-Kalnlt, Fish. Cotton Seed, etc.
Necessity.of Supplying the Right Forms of plant food-Testimony ot Profs S. W. !
Complete Manure versus Super phosphate-Dr.J. B. LAWES and Prof. W. JORDAN Palatka and All Lamlin
Prof. Jordan.-Complete Commercial Fertilizer can.be depended on to keep up fertll- s sos
ty indefinitely,and dispenses; with all necessity of
changing or rotating manure OAKLAND: ORANGE CO., FLA.
Kalnlt, Murate of Potash Cotton Seed
etc.-Caution against theirjuse; on Oranges.
< The Mopes Orange Tree Manure for young growing treed, etc.
The Mapes Fruit and Vine Manure for older and bearing trees, etc. Pot Grown Semi-Tropical Fruit UPPER ST. JOHN'S RIVER
I The Mapes Vegetable l\IaJlure.-ProC. ATWATER on Complete Chemical Manure for Po-
atoes-larger yield and superior xualltv, and less liable to rot than from Farm Manures. and Ornamental Trees,
I Hoar Can The Wants of The Orange-the yound growing and the older bearing-trees TAMPA, MANATEE RIVER,
be the most economically and best Plants and VInes.
It supplied.
t Official Reports the State Agricultural Experiment Stations on the Mapes Manures; Key West, Havana and New Orleans.
No Loss in
hey are found to invariably exceed in richness the published? guaranty. (Over twenty ant Transplanting.
:yses of the Mapes Manures during the past year 1885.) -
superior Forms of Plant Food in the Mapes .1 Manures. Catalogue ana Price List Free, on application -
R The Mapes Manures the Highest Grade ever made. to the Manager. AddressA. DOUBLE DAILY DEPARTURES
Consumers Should Know what fertilizers are made from.
Extracts from the Agricultural Press, etc. E. CHAMPLIN '
Analyses of the Orange-fruit, seed, stem, trunk, leaves, etc. PEOPLE'S LINE STEAA1JRSI
f a nov29-ly Oakland, Orange Co., Fla.

the Prices'of the Mapes Manures' will be lower for. the season of 18SO, the past -
high guaranteed standard will be fully maintained. SUNSET HILL NURSERY
A Full Assortment of these long-tested and reliable Manures, including the Mapes Steamers H. B. PLANT of the People's
Vegetable Manures, Pure Ground Bone, a selected Brand of high grade Sulphate::; of Potash, Line, and CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, of the
Chemicals etc.,are kept In stock for prompt shipment, and free of wharf charges, from Sends Catalogues, with hints to De Bary-Baya Merchants' Line, will run a.
'warehouse In Jacksonville, Fla. A Pamphlet, sent free, containing guaranteed analysis, free on application. IncludedIn follows: Leaving the DeBary-Baya Line
:prices, composition, directions for use; also reports from well known growers of Oranges, new list the choicest varieties Wharf at foot of Laura street:
Fruits and Vegetables through the State, giving their practical experience in using the our Thornless are and very Early Fruiting a Leave Savannah, Florida and West-
_Mapes.Manures. grown. ern Railway wharf. Jacksonville,
specialty. daily,on arrival of Fast Mall train.. .
TYSEN & SMITH Leave Jacksonville............................. 3:30 p m.
Our Forwarding Agents, Jpcksonvllle, Fla. K. W. PIERCE, Leave Palatka.............................._...... 8:50"O p m
Leave Astor............... .......................... 2:25 a m
Dr. G. W. LANCASTER, DeLand, Fla., in charge of the Volusia County Warehouse Indian Springs, Orange County, Fla. Leave DeLand..................................._ 5:00 a m
r at Beresford, Fla. decU-tl Leave Blue Springs........................... 5:15 a m
Dr. J N. BiSHOPj in charge of the South Florida Warehouse, Sanford Fla. -.- Arrive Sanford, South Florida Rail
Established 1856. 200 Acres in Nursery. road wharf......................................... 7:J.5 a m
0-. D. CLIFFORD, in charge of the Lake Region Warehouse, Eustis Fla.BOWKER'S Arrive Sanford, City wharf................. 8:20 a m

Arrive Enterprise................................ 8:50: a m
Fruitland Nurseries Leave Enterprise.........................N...... 9:10 a m

I Leave Sanford,City wharf.................. 3:50 p m
P. J. BERCKMANS, Proprietor.The Leave Sanford,South Florida wharf '
-:: .. t (except on Sunday, when steamers
stock of Fruit and Ornamental trees, will leave at 11:00 a m)...................... 4:15 p m
Evergreens, Roses, Palms, Flowering shrubs, Leave Blue Springs.............................. 6:05 p m
Strawberry Plants, etc.,:adapted to the climate Leave DeLand..................................... 6:10 p D1
EC y ;''- of Florida is unusually large this fall. Leave Astor. ..................................... 8:40 p m
Among the new fruits, we offer 10,000 trees.of Leave Palatka................... ................... 1:30: am
Kelsey: Japan Plum, Arrive Jacksonville............................ 6:15 a m

which bids fair to become a valuable lIarketproduct Connecting at Palatka with Florida South :;
; also Japan Chestnuts, Prunus PIs- ern Railway at Astor with St. John's and
sardll, new peaches, etc. Our list of Conlfera Lake Eustis Railway; at Sanford with steamers -
and broad-lowed Evergreen", adapted to a for Indian River, and with trains of the
Sub-Tropical climate is doubtless the most j South Florida Railroad forTampa; Tampa
extensive in variety in the United States. I.|i with the steamer Margaret of the People's
Catalogue No. Fruits and hardy Ever- Line for points on Tampa Bay and Manatee
greens Roses, etc.CataIogue River; also connecting with tin steamship
tt No. Green-house Department. Hutchiuson and Whitney for Key West and
-- Catalogue No.Wholesale listfor the trade Havana every Saturday on arrival of South
only.Catalogue. Florida Railroad train arriving at Key West
No.4-Fruits adapted to Florida. Sundays and Havana on Mondays.
Free to all applicants-address as above. Returning steamships leave Havana on
--- L-4----- novJHJmosORANGEHIGHTS. Wednesdays Key West Thursdays, Tampa
'r-- Fridays, arriving at New Orleans on Sun-
r.. On and after January 1st the direct service
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w, a r- Q/INIOA! 1./r between Tampa and Havana is expected to
"Heathiest Place in Florida." be trl-weekly.
Steamers Chattahoochee and Jennie Lane,
This fertilizer was one of the first fold In j a heavy crop of fruit and put on an extraor- of the People's Line,and Rosa and Welaka,
Florida for orange groand has given gen- dlnary growth through the whole season ; High, rolling, fertile lands,pure water,rail- of the De Bary-Baya Merchants' Line, leave
eral satisfaction. It contains a large amount but the most remarkable obtained from road facilities and Northern society. Superior Jacksonvlle dally, at 6 p. m. Returning,
of potash,principally in the form of sulphate, the use of this fertilizer is the fact that the location for fruit and vegetable culture.A leave Sanford daily,at 9 a. m. ,
which experience has proved to be better fruit is fine and bright, and there has been few choice residence lots given to parties
adapted to the orange. scarcely a fallen orange .in the grove, while who will build houses. Send stamp for full Racing by the Boat of this Company it
my own trove alongside which was not fertilized i information. Strictly Prohibited.For .
THE DE BARY GROVE. has lost almost the entire crop, the I nov9-ly C. B. PALMER. further particulars }inquire of
earth beneath the trees being covered with JNO. BRADLEY, Chief Clerk. ,I
FRUIT PREVENTED FROM FALLING. fallen Irult. GENUINE Office, Waycross Steamboat Wharf.Jacksonville
ENTERPRISE, FLA. 1 regard the form of potash used :In the ,Fla!
I DEAR SIR-I purchased from ;you l last Febpreparation of this fertilizer to be the great Jersey Sweet Potatoes W. M. DAVIDSON, ,
uary ten tons of Bowker's Orange Grower desideratum of the bearing groves. General Traffic Agent,Astor Building
which I applied to Mr. Frederick DeBary's Respectlullv yours, C. D. OWENS,Traffic Manager,
orange groves of bearing trees. The trees set (Signed) W. B, Watson Manager $3 PElt BAKU EL. Savannah, Ga.

t For free copy of, the most valuable and interesting circular ever issued with reference Yield this year over 200 bushels fine Potatoesper H.8. HAINES, Gen'l Manager
o this branch of the orange industry, address acre on high pine land. Sept. 17.tf. Savannah.Ga.

JOHN D. WELD, General Agent, GEO. HUTCHINSON 50 Chrome or 25 Hidden Name Cards, nameon
lOc. Samples and terms,4c. Crows
lec21:3m T8 Bay !street, Savannah Ga. ,nov29-St Crescent City, Fla. Ptg. Co., Northford,Ct. nov23-eow3t

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The uew-comer to a< new country. sometimes SOUTH FLORIDA LADS.

has possessions in his former home

which he cannot dispose of at once without AVERY & BROWN Sendfor New Illustrated Catalogue for 1886,
them almost them' Situated on each side of the and prices of Field Seeds. Mailed FKEE.
sacrificing, or giv ing away.If '
JL-t JVIloanopy, Florida. T. WOOD & SONS
time given_ himrhe can realize some. W. ,
South Florida Railroad'and its They have all kinds of for 'sale
property Wholesale and Retail Seedsman,Richmond,Va
thing like their value. In such a,case ready Lands unimproved and those in the higheststate --

money is always an object to him and he Bartow Branch, of cultivation. Orange Groves, Lake V.AR.ZETZES: OS*
must strive to make,whatever cash he has in Fronts, Vegetable Lands,Truck Farms,Town FRUIT TREES
In the Counties of Lots, etc. The home of the Orange, and the C-c 3 5 9 ,
hand far If he .Is
go as as possible. buys :
place PLANTS
where the Vegetables love to grow. O : VINES* ETC.
land, paying cash for it, it frequently le yes Orange, There is no such country under the sun like M Apple,Pear,PeachUberry,Plum,
him without money to build a good house or that surrounding Micanopy. Circulars and. (/F'QuInce, Strawberry, Raspberry,
Polk, information furnished upon application. 1- Jf! Blackberry, Currants, C rapes,
plant out his grove and garden. This is a serious AVERY & BROWN ::;{; 'C*ooaeberrles.Ac. Send for Catalog

draw-back,and be must either buy very Brevard, mar30-ly Micanopy, Fla. -7 =- = J.8.COUSINS, Moorestown, Jf.J.

poorand cheap land faraway from all conveniences Sumter,
of society tl and the like |
ansporlatlon, ,
and Hillsborougli. Notary Public. Justice of the Peace
or else he may have to struggle for a long

tlme'ln making a start. A plan has been devised 83,000 Acres MURRAY & McNARY. d5lR1R f

by which a nice lot of ten acres of land p. pn c
of these NEWLY Lands which EAST COAiST LANDS
may be secured by the payment only of the are acquired ,

Interest five or ten being give for the "Halifax River"Volusia
years having been for several years reserved from County Fla.

payment of the principal,by which time any All kinds of Grove Lands, splendid.Build
man of industry or Judgment may pay for his sale are now offered. ing Lots on and near River. Address,with
stamp, at Ormond.Volusia County,Fla.
place. A ten-acre lot costing from 8250 to$300, These lands comprise all classes and grades dec Rely o 186,

can be secured and possession' obtained at win t*manld FREE to all applicant*,and to enitomtri.f
of South Florida soils. High Pine and Oak Jan year without ordering It contain about 110 pag *,
once by simply, $5 $8 three
paying or
every 600 illustrations,prleti,aeeuaU dMcriptioni and .llua!>ltt
months, as interest,the rate being that established Lands among: the Backbone Hills in the famous A.. N. DOBBINS&; BRO. dlTMtloni for plauds all TarittiM of VEGETABLE IctHaib
by law in Florida, -namely, eight percent to all, Mpeeiallj to Market Ghrdcnrri. Sin for it.
Lake and Hill region of the Peninsula. D. M. FERRY & CO., Detroit, Mtohlcr?,

RAILROADS SOCIETY Lake Views and Lake Fronts; large areas of
CHURCH. table lands well timbered with Pine,and Oak ORIENTAL PEARS!

You ask, where may this be done? On the undergrowth; Low, well-timbered, Pine Specialties. LeConte and Kleffer
Pears on their own roots;Bartlett another
South Florida It. R. (Pemberton Ferry Divis- pears on LeConte roots; Peen

ion)I In Hernando' county,is a new place call ed Lands; Prairie and Marsh Lands set in rich b To Apricots and Honey on plum Peaches; Peaches; Russian on

Oriole. The lands lie not more than two miles native grasses affording good pastures for plum and tested Russian Apples.
Catalogue,with facts.free. large and
from' the railroad at farthest, and most are ;? I general assortment of Fruit Trees.
only a mile. Two railroads furnish facilities cattle. Also, Town Lots are offered in the Address W. F. HElKE8. Manager
llHBUTllINumerics, HuntavllleAla.
the South Florida and the Florida thriving new railroad towns of KIssImmee, -

Southern. A nice class of people are settlingat Gun Locksmiths and Stencil Cutters

Oriole. School and Church privileges already Winter Haven, Bartow, Auburndale, Lake- I'Iursorios' of Lake Woir e Go.

exist. Daily malls; a general store; a land, Plant City, Seffner, Mango, Orient and 24 LAURA STREET,

good saw-mill to furnish lumber cheap. Dade City. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 100,000 Orange and Lemon Trees. ;.
GOOD ORANGE LAND HIGH AND Our trees are very thrifty, three and four
For further information apply to Land De- year old stock,%to U/ inch diameter, with 1j
DRY. Gunsmithing done in all its branches. one. year old buds. Nurseries easily acces-
Oriole is intended to be a succession of or- partment of South Florida Railroad Com- sible to Florida Southern Railroad. Send for f.

ange groves where settlers may find good land pany, Sanford, Florida.WALTER IRON SAFE WORK Catalogues. Address E. B. FOSTER, Manager ;

at reasonable prices and terms; where winter Special rates on Stencil Cutting, by mall. dec2My South Lake Weir, Fla,

residents may find health and enjoymentamid GWYNN oct 8-t ,

their own groves and gardens;i"and FOREST HILL NURSERY,
jan2-tf General Land Agent. L. W. SHERMAN & CO.
where non-residents may have groves made 100,000 Orange Trees for Sale Cheap

for them by persons who are directly Inter- General Commission Merchants in Twenty thousand budded from bearing trees .
ested in the success of the work. This idea is of the best and choicest varieties on sour '

gradually getting into shape and a large num- HAINES CITY. FRUITS AND PRODUCE stocks three and four years old. Our stock I is I
grown on high, dry, light soil is hardy,
ber of young groves are being started. Oriole healthy,and free from Insects.t t;e aspire to "
123 Centre St. Boston.
lands receive praise from nearly all who see i offer the best trees for the least money. $25 I

them. Having been especially picked out for REFERENCES arth National Bank, Bos- to$30 per hundred, according to quantity. j
SECURE TOWN LOTS. ton; L. L. Newsom, Crescent City; Rev. Ly- J.S. BROWN & SON. i
orange. culture, their desirability is at once ,I man Phelps, Sanford; Capt. W. A. Shaw, novlG-6m Fruitland, Flo.. '
seen. Jacksonville; Publishers Florida Dispatch.

MAPS FREE. ._ ocl2-3m _.
- Palm Nurseries
Colored maps showing location of lots, avenues Healthy, High, Rolling Land with RICHMOND ,

railroads, etc., may be had on applica FENCE

tion. Nearly two hundred persons own land Beautiful Lake Fronts. CHAMPION MANATEE, FLA.

in and around Oriole. Every month new pea -

ple come In, new houses are built, new groves MACHINE Budded and Seedling Orange Lemon and

are begun, and a general improvement is observable Lime Trees; Mangoes, Sugar PPlesi Sour
This is a Rare Opportunity to Purchase "
on all,sides. Ten more ten>acrelots, Sops, Jamaica Apples, mes,
Mammee, i Sapotas, etc.: Royal Poincianas,
are offered on the terms indicated above, and Lots on die Highest Tract i Patented Russian Mulberries. Dare Tropical Trees

they are apt to go very soon. Only one condition Nor.S4.1885 and Plants a specialty.

is imposed.: If a/settler, you must settle of Land in Tropical Florida. Send for Catalogue. AddressP. ,

within three months; if a non-resident,
you must begin improvements of a permanent ,
oc2-3m Box 10, Manatee, Fla. II
character within three months. There .are Haines City is situated half-way" between
Sanford and and the South
Tampa, right on
fine openings for one or two resident
carpenters -
Florida Railroad. It is situated on the highest -
and for quite a number of able-bodied land in South Florida-rich,rolling and Stands at the head of all wire and picket machine FOR SALE CHEAP: ,
men i who can clear land and cultivate it after healthy. ,This excellent country lies to the the most. for making fence In the Held, being
complete simple,speedy and easily '
,. being cleared. At this writing there are atleast southward of large lakes which protect the ated,and baring the most perfect teniion device.oper i'
tropical fruit. There is no frost here. The I It will weave In any kind of pickets from one to -
six buildings to go up at once-It on the fact of the Indians having selected this section six Inches wide,easily twisting a No..8 wire,and ; I
spot a number of workmen, could' find employment of country as a home demonstrates beyond making:a fence that no stock will break down at a Le Conte Pears,3 years,45 cents.
a doubt that it is absolutely the richest cost of sixty cents a rod complete. Works up Le Conte Pears,2 years, 30 cents.
portion; since it is their aim, on account of or down hill or on a level equally well, keeping: Le Conte Pears, 1 year 15 cents. ,,
HO *V TO' REACH ORIOLE. aversion to labor to find the most fertile pickets perpendicular. Light and easily handled. Keifer Pears, 1 year, 30 cents. ,
tracts thus affording large returns from avery A.boy can work It. Every farmer cnn afford to English Walnuts and Pecans years.40c. ''
From Jacksonville leave by J.,T. & K. W. moderate expenditure of labor. own one. Write for circular and pri e. English Walnuts and Pecans, 1 year,23c.

R.R., changing at Fla. Sou. Junction at Pa- Come and see this town before buying else- WAYNE AGRICULTUR'LCO. RIchmonalnd. Also one flue bearing orange grove, splen-
'' where. did location, near Waldo $5,000. Easy terms. j
latka to Fla. Sou. R. R., and at Pemberton's --- - ,
F.J.,RI NSON, Address,
Ferry change to.Sou. Fla. Buy ticket to THE .
Haines City,Polk County, Fla. Buy the Best EUREKA WAYCROSS STOCK & FRUIT FARM,
Oriole. You can alsogo' by 'F. R. & N. Co's
Send for descriptive circular,free. >> Waycross, Ga. ,
Awarded' FIRST I re-
road.to Dragen Junction where take Fla.
you Hopkins & Son',Agents Jacksonville, _I... and Child Med.ml .
Sou. R.II. as before. Call on the undersigned F.F. Julyfrly at World'Fair.NewOrleaos.OTerlt
for further information as to'rates, business .-------- -. r Wind Mill. The leading ELItEKA -
openings prices of lands, terms,eta All letters after a trial -
REOPENED. lasting''mos.was pro.
promptly and cheerfully answered.; nounced the beat oTer
all and today: stands A few thousand budded from bearing trees '

AV. B. CLARKSON, atthe 11 n.head diameter of all compeUWra of whef'l.elther 8iaM.1Oto torPumplDK' of.the best and most hearty varieties grown
Sawyor's ilotel&BininiR&rn& 'or power 11m.. Prr/d on all in Florida.
Nursery at Panama Park> ,on F. and J.It.R. 'k
I .'?:Office:. 72 J W.,Bay St., up stairs, Address,

", Jacksonville, Fla. SANFORD, FLA. CaUTljfeSSjffiiJKSilSrS C.K.PRICE
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A full stock of all the Books used in the different Schools of the City, I FURNITURE AND BEDDING:

County and State, together with a complete assortment of Slates, Slate.Pencils _

Crayons, School Bags, Book Straps, Inks, Pens, Copy Books, Drawing
Books, :Rulers, and everything that a scholar attending either Public or p
Private School requires. A liberal discount to the trade. $100,000 Worth Must be Sold:
NO.8 WOOTON CLOSED. to Reduce Stock in the next Sixty Days.

.' C> .A..rqQ.EJ: w:EI.A.J; : ? $ !
.. Cheap, Medium\ and Fine Suites,
759OOO Reams at Factory Prices.

Send for Samples and Prices.BARRS Writing Desks of all kinds, Mattresses I"I I
Blankets and Comforters. ,-it4m: [9J

CLARK <& TATE, 0rn
We are State Agents for the Derby ;

Wbolosalo ana Retail Booksellers ana Stationors, and Wooten Desks. Their Catalague NO. 8 VOOTEN DESK OPEN.

77 WEST BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE. will be mailed on application. We will mail our 112 page Illustrated Catalogue
Jun25-tf ] to any reliable address. .

Buy of Us and Save 25; per cent. Remember, we are Headquarters for Furni-
GEO. B. FOSTER. 3AS. A. MARVIN. LAWRENCE HAYNES. ture,both Wholesale and Retail. ',:
ocl9-tf G4 and 66 W. Bay St., Jacksonville,Fla. ,

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Life, Fire arid Marine Insurance, .

Wholesale Grocers :
Agents Warren Ray's.Line New York Schooners,and Steamer Louis BucLi.o :;
State Agents Virginia Spruce Pine Orange Box; Lister Bros.1 ,
:: Celebrated Bone Fertilizers.

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j:'fC:JI!' I 1,;: ? :-:, :." :': JACKSONVILLE_ FLA., September 10, 1885 Please Ponder the Following Facts and Act Accordingly.

.. ..... ; TIlE VIRGINIA SPRUCE PINE ORANGE BOX 1st. They carry the Largest assortment of Fancy Groceries in the State.

We claim to be the best in the market for the It is
very following reasons :
2nd. They are doing the largest business of Fancy [Grocery establishment
from three to four pounds the lightest box on the market. It does not warp in Florida.3rd. .
split stain. It be without if desired. In
or can shipped .strapping, so price
we can meet any They are selling goods at about New York prices, freight added. .... ,

A full supply of Wrapping Paper and Straps always on hand. 4th. They WARRANT every aticle sold by them.

5th. They issue regular Monthly\ Wholesale Price Currents.6th. .
Lister Bros/ Ground Bone.............................:..............per ton, $35 00 They employ a larger force than any Grocery House in Florida.
Lister.Bros. Orange Tree Fertilizer................................per ton, 40 00 7th. It will be to your interest to send for their prices before purchasing
Lister Bros. Celebrated Superphosphate of Lime................per ton, 40 00 elsewhere. j jan 26tfForwarding
Lister Bms' Potato Fertilizer..per ton 50 50
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Lister,Bros/ Vegetable Compound................-.................per ton, 50 50
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We have sold these ,
Fertilizers for ten years, and know them to be all
that is claimed for them.

For further particulars apply to Strawborry ShiDDin Mont Frnit l ana Yogotablo 8 Packin:
sepZ1.6m GEO. R. FOSTER & CO., Jacksonville, Fla. ,

Et.C>SJ3: Gc)'V'VElJSr' : ,

SAN MATEO,: FLORIDA, and Commission House S., F. & W. K.K. Wharf,

I Where growers'.supplies are on hand and for sale at lowest possible prices for

Bangor Orange Box Shocks and HoopsAND cash or to our patrons. Every necessary convenience for packing Oranges

DEALERS IN expeditiously, and in the best manner, by skilled workmen, at reasonable

prices. Oranges direct from the groves for sale by the single box or car-load.

ORANGE WRAPS 480 sheets to the ream,best
_'. ,10xl0,11Ce; llxll,13c.; 12x12, 15c. I
The Bangor Box has been before the orange-growers of Florida for the past ten years; is FRIESIAN CATTLE
?p used exclusively by the larges packers and shippers of the State,and is recommended by
all Commission Merchants as being the NEATEST LIGHTEST and STRONGEST. Orange Box In
the market. Sales for the past season upwards 300,000 boxes. ALL AGES AND BOTH SEXES HOMEBRED :
See that every bundle Is branded & s Cow and Heifers bred to beat Netherland
and Aacffie linlls.
CROSBY. & GOWEN.State Agents, San Mateo, Florida. *.w'J The Average Records of a Herd are the
True Test of its Merit.
ALSO FOR SALE BY The following Milk and flatter Record
Tysen; Smith,Jacksonville; S.H. Benjamin&:Co..Micanopy; Lovell &: Pemberton,Lees- have herdsMILS all been made by animals now ia
burg: Wartman &: White \"ltra.E.;. W.Agnew&: Co., Ocala; C. C.Waite, Reddick; J. M our
1 Iteddlck,Brooksville; S.Jenkins, Altamonte. auglO-6m : : R.ECOB.DS:
Three Cows have averaged over 2)ooo Ibs.in a,.ear.
Five Cows have averaged over 19.000lbs.In a year.
p Ten Cows have averaged over 18,000 Ibs.la a year.
W. N. JUSTICE We know of about bo Cows that have made yearly records exreedln 16.000
win our Herd aDd have averaged over 1'7,:JOO IDS. 25ha5av-
iwdoverlflSniblTnayeaY.( 63,the entire number In the Herd that have made yearly records,InclndIOR -
Wholesale fourteen 3 year olds and twenty-one 2 year olds have averaged 12.7&Ibs., 5 ounces In a year.
Merchant Five Cows have averaged Ibs.7 oz.In a week. Nine Cows have av
., BUTTER RECORDS I eraged 19 Ibs. M oz.In a week. Fifteen Cows have averaged 17 Ibs.6 oz.
t. No. 313 North Water Street:, Philadelphia. In a week. Six:3 year olds have averaged 14 Ibs.3 oz.In a week. Eleven 3 year olds,the entire number
tested have averaged 13 Ibs.2 oz.In a week Biz Z year olds have averaged 12 Ibs. 14 oz. In a week..
'; SPECIALTIES: FLORIDA FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. Fifteen 2 year olds entire number tested have averaged 10 Ibs.3-10 oz.in a week. The entire original
Imported Netherland Family of six Cows two being but 3 years old,have averaged 17.2-3 Ibs.In a
<1-b Large shipments remitted on day of sale,small shipments weekly.) week. This Is the Herd from which to get foundation stock. Prices low for quality' of Stock.
,.:;.ocl9-3m. SMITHS, POWELL & LAMB, Lakeside Stock Farm, SYRACUSE, N..Y.

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'; ': ''uTILLI.A.M: : : :. A.. .:BCBl.S: : .. I

: Successor to J. E. Hart "J
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,; The Oldest Seed House In the city. (Established 1875)). '.

I 'F L o R. JL :Ia .r. ...
I handle hone but the Best and most Reliable Seeds. My new Catalogue will be sent free .
on application. Also, Wholesale Dealer in WINDSOR.., two to four thousand dollars; two saw and
planing mills running two stores one
Is the name of one of the prettiest and health- office another store i building a Lost Office
Flour ;
Hay Corn Oats Grits Meal BranWheat lest towns In Florida, or any other State. established bakery, livery stable, and sev-
on the eastern shore of Lake Neweral orange groves set out; miles streets
nan, a beautiful sheet of water some nine cleared out-in fact the whole face of the
GROUND FEED,'SCREENINGS, COTTON SEED MEAL, Etc. miles in length abounding In fish. Nine country is rapidly improving.
miles east of 'Gainesville, two miles from
Gruelle station on the Florida Southern Rail
STATE AGENT FOllJ. road,and four miles west of Campvllle station PROGRESS.
on the Peninsular Railroad. During the fall and winter two more stores
: E. Tygert & Co.'s i Star Brand Fertilizers.
are to go up,one church, one academy,and a
Guaranteed Analysis. LAND. score or more of dwellings. A steamboat Is
> Windsor embraces a tract of about 4.000 to be put on Lake Newnan to connect with
Comprising ORANGE TREE and VEGETABLE acres, nearly one-half cleared. The sol1ls the Florida Southern Railroad at Gruelle.
neither the white sand of so large portion of
FERTILIZER, PURE GROUND BONE, Florida,nor the red clay of Georgia, but a ACCESSIBILITY.
'mADE DIU( dark rich loam,producing excellent crops of
MURIATE OF POTASH, SULPHATE POTASH, all varieties of vegetables or the finest orange Windsor is easy of access. Take the steamer
trees. The higher land Is fifty feet above the to Palatka, whence a ride of two hours on
NITRATE SODA, KAINIT, ETC. lake, gradually sloping to the ,water. Lots Florida Southern Railroad takes you to Gru
varying from four to twenty acres, several elle Station;or Peninsular Railroad to Camp-
Prices on application. July 27 U fronting on the lake. ville, three and a half hours from Jacksonville
,and a hack ride of thirty or forty minutes
I HEALTH. will take you there. Hack meets after-

To Obtain the Best Results in The wonderful healthfulness of the place noon train from Palatka.

has been the subject of remark for the past
thirty years. There are people now living ONE HOTEL NOW OPEN.

there that have been residents for that length We have an excellent site overlooking the
1 ORANGE CULTURE of time,and who assure us that for a populalake,of five acres, which we will donate to
tion of seventy souls there was not a physician any party who will build a good hotel to
called before the war in fourteen years. accommodate fifty guests. No better place
What other portion of country can make so can be found.
good a showing? It is high pine land with
excellent,water;sore throat and catarrh soon
Use H. J. Baker & Bra. s Celebrated disappear here. LANDS FOR SALE.

Lands can be purchased at from Fifteen to
CLIMATE. One Hundred Dollars per acre, according to
Windsor is located on the ridge midway location and whether timbered or cleared.
oetween Ocean and Gulf, giving it a steady Several beautiful lake fronts.
ORANGE MANURE even climate. No hot nights here and few

If so we would say-take a good look at
.... -'.- Windsor Is young-barely ]5 months oldWINDSOR before you decide where to settle.
and there are up and In course of construction
A Complete Manure, beneficial alike from the time of setting out Orange Trees, to full forty houses, several of them costing from_ For further particulars address:
maturity, furnishing just the plant food the tree requires. It stimulates its growth, causingan
increase of healthy wood, imparting a rich dark green color to the leaves, and largely a:5 a-eJFFJN: :
increasing the yield of Oranges. Its effects are immediate,and can be seen in a few weeks, IJ!
in the flourishing and improved condition of the tree.

This is no theoretical fertilizer,but is the result of years of practical trial and very many 17 West Forsyth Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
Orange Growers, who have used it for years, can testify to its wonderful effects.

I' Mr. C. C. Peasley, of Lake Jlfaitland, writes : "In reference to your april 20-limos OB WINDSOR.

a 1 Orange' Tree Fertilizer, I would say that I have had charge of from eightto

ten orange groves for the last ten years, have tried all the fertilizers in the Jacksonville and Panama Park

market, and have found none better than yours."

Cane Trial Will Conv n.ce. :Real:
estate EJxcJ:1.an.ge.CITY : : .
Send for descriptive pamphlet to p. McQUAID, JacksOIWill Fla.,

Where a'full' supply of this Fertilizer is constantly hand, or to

Orange Groves,choice Building Lots and eood Garden land near the city for sale.
I Houses and Truck Gardens for Rent and excellent land In lots of half an acre and upwardain
good location,for sale on monthly payments to par ties who will Improve.
-03-Groves planted and taken care of,houses built and Improvements made for non-reil-
dents.X800,000 Sweet Seedlings and variety of other fruit trees for sale.
& 49-Money to loan on Improved property.

,. id J.. S. BELL, Notary Public.
Office Hours at No. 1 Reed's Block,Bay street, City,from 9 to 11 A.M.
At Panama Park from 2 to 6 p.)[. sept29-U
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::10 Fertilize Orange WITH Groves, Truck Lands and Farming, Grounds Notice to Shipper of Oranges



of Shippers Is called to the jIEW SCHEDULE arrangements of
these olstablished
through Georgia In con oectlon with the Cincinnati: Southernand
r. s MIXTURES FOR DIFFERENT FRUITS AND :vEGETABLES- Nashville,Chattanooga and St..Louis Railway ta: Western Points. Inquiry Into the
as represented In nature... Cost only$13.00 for sufficient quantity to make AT:HOME a ton merits of the roads that constitute this line, will sat!,fy Shippers as to their reputation for
of good Phosphate. No dirt, no Salt, no Plaster. A circular on Orange,Culture, and reliable Train movement. These roads are long establ j abed,and their Schedules not eXj>eri-
.descriptive. of the,use and; preparation. of the Powell's Prepared Chemicals, :mailed free.1 ments. Just claims promptly paid. Any.Information in regard to the Line cheerfully g1 ven.
We give below figures that,will show the best possible TIME between Jacksonville Cln
BROWN ;.CHEMICAL CO. I I H.' ROBINSON & CO. Sped;;.tge tB; clnnatl.and all points West:' .
BALTIMORE; MD. | JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Shippers desiring to take advantage of these routes trill give explicit directions, and see
that their Bills of Lading, or Railroad Receipts,read JLIM Savannah and Central Railroad of
Georgia -
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and Leave Jacksonville.... .__.__..((8.F.&w.R! ......."..N......._..._......_....,_ 6:00 pm
u hithly absolutely'eoace pure rat Leave Gainesville. N1.-NNN.N _...__._V M ,_.._________ _. 2:00 pm
1 ounce is worth a lb. ''. Leave Savannah:....._._._ _..__.___.NM___N. _. ______._ :::......3:40 pm
of any other kind. It Is strictly a medicine to be'Given with food.. Nothine on earth will make hens lay:like Leave Macon__...__.._._"___________ .N .________.........N..N.N.238am'
it.mall It&cures Sold chicken everywhere cholera and or all sent diseases by mall of for nens.25 cents Is worth In stamps.its weight 21-4 in gold.lb. airtight Illustrated tin cans book, $byees li Leave Atlanta........_...__._...____._.......__ ..._.__......_____.N. 9:85am
bymail, 91.SO. Six cans by express,prepaid for$.00.' DR.'L_a JOHNSON &: CO.,.]Boston Haas. Leave Boyce__....._...___..___...__..... .______._._N._N....8:20, pm
Arrive Cincinnati.........._.__...___...______.. _.__________.._ fcOOam1020pm
Leave Chattanooga_.___..__..;._. _.__._.... __________
CENTS Yl/tNoIpDSJOCK-DOCjOR Leave Nashvllle. ..._...._........._.............__.__..._ ____.___. .N.LN. 5U5pm
IT lC Arrive 1.oulavllle..N..NNN.N.N....N.N.N.NN N.N._____ ._________.__'6.OO am
i brt e \ _._t+h.s Swine.Poultry.Bee.sad __ By Bon.J.Perum sad Dr..&.If.Baker.V 8. W. H. LUCAS, Agent, ',:' G. A. WHITEHEAD G. F. A. ..
OO'fwuTerywbjeetperta1n1D1tto Stoafe k Of Farm both eal aee. Two charts for&. ,
of Hones and Cattle:72Q ItoRraY Plates. Farmers clear SJOO m n Jacksonville. ,Fla. SaTannah,Ga.
NOW ExolUBlVS Territory. Boo absolutelY Without Competition.etc. .For Confidential twmaan :-A;." ... :, -:;;':....:. ----W.-F.8HELLMAN,.Trade Manager;
.1 1iIa*...... .ata.t.portB.' .,address N. D. Thompson Pub. Co., St.Lords,U*,or New York. declO, '83-tt Savannah,Ga.

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( Standard Time.) ON AND AFTER : \
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15,1885, Trains will
leave and arrive as follows excepting Trains SAVANNAH FLORIDA AND WESTNWAYCROSS
= :.i TEXTILE FILTER I No. 11 and No. 12,Daily except Sunday Train ,

--- r'. i4r f''. "; '" No. 11 Sundays only. Train.No. 12 Saturdays J t
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". .A. ..s. >,If"g, ... :1/:. .. STATIONS. :1 0 $Z CIS" It.2 OZa SHORT LINE. t
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: are by ((90th)
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:r.dft Meridian Time which Is 33 Minutes Slower
: .....' :t1 t1 .AII .:.; "..." )'".' R. R. Wharf ..._ _..... ._._.. ._..... -...... .-..... ....._ than, Jacksonville Time. .
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'k' .:....11 t, .-,- >' ......... 8 40 .._ 1 2210 40 10 12 9 35 ON AND AFTER SUNDAY,-NOVEMBER
.J : rp91! .t"It .r' Longwood._..0 '8 55 ........ 4 50 10 35 10 30 10 10 15,1885,Passenger Trains will leave and arrive
.' t .y;. I A A1tamonte. 9 ....._ 50011 0510401025Maitland dally, as follows:
4'- ..... 9 03......... 515112')10' 5510'' 50 NEW ORLEANS EXFBES
1''I -.. Winter Park 9 ........ 5 25 11 30 11 05 11 10
...'. .,zf Orlando....... 940.. .._.. 550115011231210 Leave Jacksonville dally at................7:30 a m
.: .. .a : Ar Ar Ar Ar Arrive at Jacksonville dally at.......... 7:15 p m
'. ',( AM P.M. PM PM PM Leave Callahan dally at-....__........ 8:08 am. t
l.r. t" tr Arrive at Waycross dally aL..__........1000( a r*
t1'._.' u .... <;, Kissimmee.. 4010 Z1 515 6 5012 4012 15 145jHainesCity
-.;;'.'*'.'i 6111 15 6 18 _...... ... Arrive at Thomasville dally at._._.. 1:39 p m
Bart.ow J'nc 681135. 6 45 ._..... ........ r'+ 4 20 I Arrive at Bainbridge dally at............ 3:35 p m I
Anburndale 7211.50 7 00 ... ..._... -a 4 40 i: Arrive at Chattahoochee dally at...... 4:04 p m
; PH 0 Arrive at Pensacola via L. fe: N.11-10:10 p m

.-: ....,, r Lakeland..... .8312 25 7 55 .._......... a 5 45 Arrive Mobile via L.&N.R.R....... 2:25 a m ,
lp,. .. :;;!o"i" 11' ( Plan City... 9312 4: 8 30......... ........ 6 45 Arrive atNew Orleans vialx&N.: R.R 7:20 a m
,' !,.' .'".Jtt'o, 'ffJltP Seffner....._...103 110 'J02......._ ........ Q 730 Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars to and from
; 1 ..'.f..x; Attie "t'. I I Iat' Ar Tampa... 115 1:10: 40 ._.....1........ fD 815 Jacksonville Orleans. Pensacola, Mobile and New

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'" I.'" '.,.,.." .1"1 ....cl a cc I 'd.d.... 00. Leave Jacksonville dally at.........;..... 1:40 p m
: ,',w+.. \ o. ",".. o dz" .c bOO:: Arrive at Jacksonville dally at....... .12.-00)( ,;m
r : -- _- .. .Z SO oZ oZZ SO Leave Callahan dally at.-.....;...:......... 2:25 p m
:. I STATIONS. ; 0 0 0 rJJ..:..,.;. wzR Leave Chattahoochee at.....-....._......?11:10 a m
Because with them can 'make' a more delicious of Coffee than other I ; 0 0 a Og.Hw Leave Thomasville at........................ 1:20 p zn
less coffee and you no and having it ready for cup the table! in two minutes.by any A <:: < < 0 Leave Gainesville at................_...... 6:" 0 a m ,
process, using of material eggs; moderate in' and in construction - Leave Live Oak at........................._.... 9:3. a m
They are well made; good ,very price, so simple LeaveAH PM h A M it

that a child of ten years can understand and'' use them. Thousands have been sold.' Talc pa......... 010 30 ........ 5 00 _...... -= 10 50 Arrive Arrive Waycross at Jesup dally! dally at..at... ......._.....;..,..,.. 430 6:55 pm\;
Tin, Heavily Planlshed,Tin Bottoms 1 quart, 75c.; 2 quarts,$1;i'3 quarts,SI.25; 4 quarts,$1.50. Sen .er__.... 121100 ........ 5 40 ........ 0 1135Pla Arrive at Savannah at....._-....... p to.
daily .7:40 m
This handsome Vase Lamp $1.50. Either of above sent to any address upon recelpt'otprice. t City.. 221125 ...?... 6 25 ...... 12 45: Arrive at Charleston dally at............ 1:10 p a.m ,
Lakeland._.. 321150........ 715..._... CIS 135 at D.C. 11:00
I Arrive Washington ,dally at p n ,
MUMBY STOCKTON & KNIGHT PM PM i Arrive at New York dally a.t ...._ 6:50: a m
Auburndale 421215 ......_ 7 50 .._... 215 Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars Jacksonville \\
Jacksonville, Florida.We :. Bartow J'nc 4712 35 ........ 815 ........ rn 215iHainesCity to New York without change. .: ,
carry the largest stock of Crockery, China and Glassware in the State. dec7-tf 53 AM 835 PM PM Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars, Washington 2
KIssimmee.. 75 2 00 6 20 9 45 3 001015 4 40 to Jacksonville. i; ,
Orlando....... 92 2 50 7 25 Ar 3 55 1110 615 Pullman Palace Sleeping' Cars,Jacksonville .
(II rnc. Winter P'rk 97 3 02 7 40 PH 4 1011 25 6 35
Louis via Atlanta Nash-
to St.
.. Savannah
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I4'I :: ville and Evan sville.
p M' s o GL s:: H .. 102 3 25 8 05 ........ 4 351150 7 15Longwood. .:.> \
(ll II = ... 105 3 35 815......4451158 7 40 EASTDLORIDA EIPBEM. I
(s::I=). 0 0 l1j tBelalr......... 112 3 50 8 ......... 5 00 8 05 Leave Jacksonvf11e daily'at................ 5:00: p xa \'
bllrl -/lJ'/ ttJlJ Ar Sanford 115 4 00 8 40........_ 5 101230 8 20 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...........-.7:55 a m ,
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'Bartov Brancb.-Dally except Sunday. Arrive at Callahan.............................. 7:11 am
;... t:' ': .CO.... Leave \Va .cross.....?............................ 77 p m I
.... (II (I) .., South Bound. Arrive at Waycross daily at............... 5:10 a m
4 r Zr-l-:: +1 0 Leave Gainesville daily at..........._... 3:50 p m
(II : ; SrATIoN8. Pas. Pas. Pas. Arrive at Galnesvilledaily at ............ 9:15 a m
L VT UI. p v ::'" No. No. &Ft Leave Live Oak daily at..............._.....7:15 p m
; i '< td J.I x 13. 15. 17. Arrive at Liye Oak daily at............... 5:50 a m
i 0 0 C Leave Thomasville dally at......._..._...ll:2 p IB
.= "t' tf: > iJ A.M P.M. P.M. Arrive at Albany dally at............_..... 1:40 a m '
'x. H!' .. ( (p\ CD Leave..Bartow Junction...... 7.10 12.40 8.15 Arrive Montgomery via Central R.R.,,7:40 am'
\ : :::. t C::' = Q Leave..Wlnter Haven.............0 7.21) 12.55 8.40 Arrive Louisville via L. &: N. R. R....., 2.-20 a m \1
0 0 =_ ", Arrive..Bartow ..................... 8.00_ 1.30 9.25 Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars between
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: s:: .s ':rJ North Bound. Jacksonville and Louisville,Thomasville, ,
= aM oE" O6 Albany, Montgomery and Nashville,and to,
[ STATIONS. :1 Pas. Pa& Pas. and from Montgomery and Gainesville. \
-_? ::: O R z :e. n L.I ::'" No. &:Ft No. Pullman Palace Meeplng: Cars and Mann \
(ll O'f- O'f"'-f" .. ti U. 16. 18. Boudoir Sleeping Cars via Waycross, Albanyand
(IIC- l1j en Macon and via Waycross Jesup and
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L'.d.tf: C -d .' 0 A.M A.M P.M. Macon ; between Jacksonville and ( lncJn-
C: m a:: "G .VII ve..Bartow....................... 0 5.5010.15 6.40 nati. Also, Through Passenger Coaches via
,' a o ( -S ..I.eave.'Vlnter Haven........_ 11 6.25111.00! 'i.15 both routes between Jacksonville and Chat-
'' ::; CDy Arrive..Bartow Junction..... 17 6.40111.20 7.30 tanooga. '.
/ e e. Pullman Palace Cars between
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Sanford and Indian River Railroad.
::: =' Jacksonville and Savannah, and Gainesville
: !! ( f.JJ"ii1 Dally except. Sunday. and Savannah.
rn rn C-- Pas Pas. PdS. pas.i Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars from Jack-
l / t, Pi == ::'" No. &i IAt STATIONS. No. &:Ft,::", sonville to Washington D.C.
'a .':rJ S' 25. 23. 21.21L Pullman Palace SleeplngCarsJacksonV1l1eto

Co4..... 1 UI D ... -- '- Louisville via Thomasville Albany and
4 I"'" IIJ ... UI... 3 P.M. A.H A.M P.M. Montgomery.Pullman .
Eotr C' o 7.201v........Sanford..ar 8.10 6.35 5
: / .w m. r b 5.45 Buffet Sleeping Cars New York to
,-; m' .,. IIJrIJ VI 1 7.25....... tS.k I.R.June....... 8.05 6.30 4 Jacksonville and Cincinnati to Jacksonville.
tr E' tr. ) 3 6.00 7.35,..Fort Reed......... 7.55 6.20 2 Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars St. Louis to
((40 cd" 5 6.05 7.40Ar_....tRuUedge..Iv 7.JiJ 6.15 0 Jacksonville via Evansville, Nashville,Atlanta

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MPJ o 0 bA .- \U ..0 5.15 i2.80 Lv.Pembert'n Fery Ar 9.3110.50 75 and sections secured at the Company's omce
praoq U 5."!> 1.10/...._..:.Owensboro ......... 9.00 lO.1572 in Astor's Building,82 Bay Street,and at Depot -
: : ;. g. BO'f J.3 16 5.55 1.35 .....;:..Dade City........... 8.50 9.5565 Ticket Office and on board People's Line
-- : ; : 23 6.15 20m .....__Rlchland.......... 8.31) 9.2581 Steamers H. B. plant and Chattahoochee.
r- 'C'- B: ItY' 43 7.35 3,45 .........Lakeland......._.. 7.40 8.00132
53 '.8.00 4.25 ..:..._.Plant Clty.._...... 6.5.' 6.55 22 JA8. L. TAYLOR,
63 8.2) 5.0 ; :Se6 Yier 6.25 6.0512 General Passenger Agent.R. )

75 8.55 '5.50iArrive.Tampa..Leave 6.00 5.25 0 G. FLEMING, Superintendent.A. .

r t Flag Stations. No 2 stops at Kissimmee
for dinner. Train No. 3 stops for breakfast at J. BEACH '& SON,
Lakelaud. Train No..6 stops for supper at

*+i Connects at Sanford with Sanford and In-
dianRlver Railroad with the People's Line Our stock of Fruit. Trees Is large and fine,
AP[ ANNUALLY OUPPUtO wltH and DeBary-Baya Merchants) Line ot Steam-- and in good order. New Fruits among which
kdnd&vimM4PLAN era ,forJackBonville and all intermediate are the White Adriatic Fig, San Pedro. and
points, and with Steamers for Indian River White Genoa. "
and Upper St.Johns. At Kissimmee with Catalogue free. AddressA.

Steamers for Fort Myers and Bassenger, and J. BEACH SON ..;
points on KiRSlmmee river. At Tampa with sep2S-l l> ___alatka"Fui:.
Steamer Margar et" for-Palma So Bralden y
town, Palmetto, Manatee and points on HOTEL KEEPERS: :: '.:;
Our Seed ifuehones the hrg..t InVI IJiTiiflTri VQ/ nreeQ -hone EatabUahment at HUlaborough and Tampa Bays; also with '
Nee: York,are fitted up with ertry ap-vmlfJlkj7J( || er City is the most extensive In steamers for Key West Havana and New Send for Sample Copy of the .,
pllance Tor the prompt aid careful JtlKlMl7Aneric&| Annual Bales iy llilllon Orleans, and with steamers for Cedar Keys Illustrated Hotel News ."
filling of orders. s juS Plant, and Punta Balsa, and Mall Steamers for Key ,

Our Catalogue for 1886,. .f( 140 pages, containing colored plates I descriptions and IllustrationsoTtht Florida West. Connects Southern at Railway Pemberton for Ferry all points with Office Park Opera House Block, .

NEWEST, BEST and RAREST SEEDS and PLANTS, will be mailed oa receipt of North, East and West. FLA. ,>
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cover Through tickets sold at all regular stations ,

PETER OERSON & GO. 3&'Ni tft-s t Sf., to points North, East and West.FREDERIC The only Illustrated Hotel Paper published.. '
YO H. RAN D, Subscription,$2 per year. .r.

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11, "KissimmeoCitv. ''J, West Kissimmee" :.B u .:"Wjl, OFFERS FOR SALE .

' d:j:; ". :;, :..-1"' Rosalie.-w-r; .=,- LARGE TRACTS OF', LANDS ;

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I '. Correspondence Solicited. v LAKEJ FRONTS.Lands .
specially selected for Oranges and Lemons.
I Special pains taken to select and suit views of buyers, either for settlement or Investment.
Town Lots, Orange and Fruit Lands,Cane and Rice Lands,Stock Pasturage Lands. march 9-ly ,?. O. Address, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
These Lands Include all varieties of upland and lowland,and are adapted to Oranges,Lemons ,
I ,Pineapples, Bananas, Sugar Cane,early vegetables,etc.. and are chiefly in the Countiesof
St.:: Johns, Volusia, Brevard, Orange, Sumter,Levy, Hillsborough, Polk, Manatee and
. Our lands are selling rapidly. Thousands of settlers have located on them during: the'past; .
i six months. Do not delay if you want them at the present low prices.
r The lands of this Company are specially adapted to the culture of Tropical Fruit, RIce '
Sugar Cane,etc.,and are generally accessible by steam navigation. FOR BALE BY
Address all correspondence about the above lands to

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I E. R. TRAFFORD, General Manager,

,R. SANFORD, ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA. Columbia, Bradford, Clay, Putnam, Alachua' Levy, Marion, Orange,

I 90,000 Acres of the Finest Lands In. South Florida I Sumter, Hernando, Hillsborough, Brevard, aker, Polk & Manatee,

: THE LAKE REGION OF POLK COUNTY. Consisting ofthe finest Orange,Farming and Grazing Lands In the State of Florida. Prices' .
1.25 to 85 per acre,according to location.- ..
,I Two hundred deep,clear spring lakes,within a radius of ten miles. Their high banks .
timbered with a luxurious growth of pine and oak, and being on the very summit of the For further Information, ,apply to Office Florida Southern Railway Co.,Palatka,Fla.
dividing ridge of the peninsula of Florida. Its dry air offers an Inducement to the Invalid.
Its beautiful and'diverslfled scenery, boating, fishing, etc., offers the finest opportunity for S. COIVArIT:
people of taste to acquire a lovely winter home where all the pleasures and comforts or our L. N. WJLLgXE, -- -
t balmy climate can be enjoyed. Add to these the eminent suitability of the soil for the culture -
of the orange and other semi-tropical fruits, and the tact that both the South Florida Chief Clerk,Land Department., ., (sep29yl. ) General Manager.. .'
J and the Bartow Branch Railroads run several miles through this tract, make this the most "
desirable locality In South Florida. These lands are divided Into lots of five acres and upwards
,and will be sold on most favorable terms to Improvers or settlers. F. R. GREENE, Notary Public. S. M. MUNN, Surveyor.


the mouth of the Anclote river, on the Gulf land In full view of thee '
e ocean; salt air. salt water fish, miles of oyster beds. High land for residences and orange GlffiBNH'S lffiAL ESTATE AGENCY
,, groves,rich bottom land perfectly drained for vegetable gardens. A sugar plantation of 200 ,
acres now being'established by a sugar planter from Cuba, who selected this point after
looking over the whole State. Post-office,store church, school, saw-mill and all requisites
for settler. Protected from frost by the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico on the North- TAKELAN' JOLX COcTbrTZFL.: : : ...

west.This Company have also rich and alluvial lands in Sumter,Alachua and Orange Coun-
ties,and first-class sites for building purposes all along the South Florida Railroad. It woulddo Highest Elevation in South Florida.At .
well for prospective purchasers to look at the lands offered by this Company. before purchasing

elsewhere. the junction of Florida Southern and South Florida Railroads. NEW
address COUNTRY NEW TOWN J! For information regardingLake
For. ,
BLUNT A WHITLEDGE, Bartow.Polk County,.Florida. Fronts, High Pine or Farming Lands, at
G. M. MORRISH, Anclote Hernando County,Florida.J. address
E. LAMBETH. Gainesville,Alachua County Florida.A. reasonable prices, ,
C. MARTIN Mackinnon.Orange County, Florida,or to
E. R. TRAFFORD, General Manager,Sanford,Orange County,Florida. GREENE & MUNN, > >

nov2 -lyr_._ July 13-1y Box A, Lakeland, Polk,County, Fla.

1 Disston Land Companies. British Colony of Roxburgh. I


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Florida Land and Improvement Co.
settlers not land speculators.The: r
Special inducements offered to genuine ."

:., ?; .A. & G. C. C. and Okeechobee Land Co. town is only 5. miles from the metropolis of the State, situated on.one t off fSf" ;*".'.the .

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,f -" Kissimmee Land Company. leading railroads, affording immediate transportation to w

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nov2tf 39 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
2,500,000 Acres of Choice Lands '

." ;for'sale. in East and South Florida, adapted to the cultivation of Tropical 1

.. .r,".,- : Fruits, Sugar Cane; Rice,. etc. GLEN ST. MARY NURSERIES.. ,

., ..'. PRICE. ,, $1.2 PER A.CREAJVT> UPWARDS. G. L. TAKER, Proprietor,.

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"I '; Including the Honey Peen-To, Albert Sidney,Thurber,and other .g.
'.' : SFnll'i information and circulars forwarded on application. Address_ varieties Trees ot the a Chinese Type; also LeConte and KleCer's Pears on.Medlars LeConte Roots Kelse1',and Japan other :.4
and Dwarf Japan Persimmons Japan
Pears, both standard ;
.I \ ',,.'">' Pa. Plums Quinces, Grapes Figs,Almonds Filberts Walnuls Chestnuts, wOCiJ; Orange Trees, :
305 Walnut
No. Street, Philadelphia. Shade and Ornamental Trees,eta Catalogues free on application. i
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Augusta; GaNN: _..._ 40 i7 OO Cedar Rapids Ia. ..... "i1 OOro Fort-Scott Kan........... 32 200 00 Logansport'Ind........... -s5 i4 OO Portsmouth, Ohlo_...... M i3 OO
Atlanta, Oa._.__.... 40 70 00 Champaign, I'll..N..... 00 150 00 Gallion Onlo......_..../N.. 85 140,00 Lincoln Neb..,..._.;....... 15 220 OQ Peoria, IlL.-N 85 140 (00)(
Atchison Kan.............. 116 175 (00)( Dalton,--6a.....__ ..... ...... 60 fr1 50 Gall1poUs, Ohio..........:. 90 150 00 Macon, Ga..................... 35 6125 Plttsbur. Pa.....?.......... f 18 Ifi 00
Adrian, 00 150 00 Dayton, 0.. .o. ............... 80 130 00 Grand Rapids Mich.... 00 ISO 00. Mobile, Ala-................. 50 51 50 Qnlncy .III_..................
Ann Harbor, Mlch,...... 00 150 00 Delaware, Obio............ 80 130 00 Henderson Ky.' ............ 70 115'00 Montllomery. Ala....... 40 70 00 Rome ba ._............... 50 87 50
Alton, JJL_.._...._. 85 140 (00)( Defiance. Obio.............. 85 14000 Hickman, .Ky_............. 70 11500 Mansfield Ohio............ 90 ISO CO Rock island I11......?.?. 115 115 00
Anniston, Ala............... 40 7000 Detroit. MiebN..N........ 00' 150 00 Indianapolis...._ 80 130 00 1\fasslUon, Ohio........... 0050 00 Rochester, N. Y._.....-. M 177 00
Birmingham, Ala....... 40 7000 Danville, IU.N............. 85 14000 Jeffersonville, Ind...... 75 lZJ 00 Mt. Vernon Ohio......? 80 1130 00 Sanduskp, Ohio.N..N.... 150 00
Bloomington, Ill ......... 00 150 00 Davenport Ia......:....... 110 17800 Jacksonville, Ill_:........ 85 14000 Memphis; enn........... 60 00 Sioux City, Iowa.......-. 132 190 00
Burlington Ia-............ 107 1':600 Dubuque, owa./.N....... 00 150 00 JoUet.IIL............_......... 85 140 00 Milwaukee, WIs............ 00 150 00 Springfield. 111............. 122 llki 00
Belleville 111......_......_. 85 140 00 Des Moines Iowa......... 145 216 00 Jefferson City, Mo_...... 125 ISQ 00 Madison, Ind................ SO 130 00 St. Joseph. Mo............... 116 Ug g:
Bnffalo, N. Y...__...... 1 12 167 00 Denver, COI............._ ,2 81 860 00 Knoxville Tenn ......... 60 10. 00 Minneapolis, Minn_... 128 192 50 st. Louis, Mo_ ............. 8j
Bay City Mich.............. 100 17000 Dixon, 111......._............ go ISO 00 Kenton, Ohio................. 99 142 00 Madison!'\ Wls................ 128 50 .C ag1naw. l\Ilch........... .. 95 l
Bristol, 7tenn............_ 78 150 00 Elyria Ohlo.....:..........:. 106 149 00 Kalamazoo lIch_...... 00 150 00 Montreal, Canada_...... 1.41 1173 00 Sf.rlngfleld. Ohio......... 00 137 00Cleveland
0........... ...... 00 150 00 EvansVille, Ind ... 75 125 00 Kansas City, 1\10........... 116 175 OO Nashville,Tenn........... 60 105 00 ......_.....N1 25 19'1 50
Cincinnati, Ohio......!... TO' U500 East saginaw, Mich... 95 100 00 LanslngMIc............. 100 17000[ New Orleans_............... 60 105 (Or', Toledo 0..,.................. 90 150 00
Cairo, Ill.-. ......... 75 125 00 East St. Louis, Ill....._ 85 14000 LaCrosse, Wis.............. 141 208 00 Newark Ohio.............. 00 150 00 Terre haute Ind .....- 80 130 roInmb"
., Ay......NINN. 701115 00 Emporia, Kan_..111111 N1.158: ZJ2 50 Lima Oio............ ..... SO 1.30 00 Omaha, Neb......?.......... 1 16 175 00 Toronto, <]an................ 113 178 00()(
Ohio.N.... .SO 130 00 Erie, Pa..._.........__.. 112 167,00 Lafayette. Ind......_...... 85 140 00 Ottawa Can..............-.. 130 200 00 Topeka, Kan............_.. 140 lffl 50
Colambus Ga............... 70 00 Fort Waynel 8.5 1 140 00 Lancaster, Ohio............ 85 140 00 on City Pa.................... 112 167 00 Urbana, Ohio................ SO 130 00
Council B1ulk, la......... 141 208 00 102 lU 00 Leavenwortn, Kan ...... 116 11500 Pekln, 111. ..................... 00 150 00 Wheeling, W.Va_......... 112 167 00
Chi :& ,111._......_.... 85 140 00 Fremont. Ind..1.. 104 Hd 00 Louisville Ky_........._ 70 115 (00)() Pana. 111..............,........... 85 14000 Winnipeg, Man............ 240 319 60
Chattanooga, Tenn.... =60 81 60 Fort Dodge, 149 24450 Little Rock, Ark......_... 100 165 00 Pigna. Ohio.................. 80 130 00 _


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Jacksonville Callahan and Live, Oak.............................,IN.........NNN...1...........N m 40 5 501 40 80 40 SO 40 80: 40 80' 40 80 40 80 4455 9 1) 110StaUOnB 96
Gainesville New Branrord .....IF..... .N..IN............................-......................... 25 50 30 60, 45 90 4.5 90 45 90 45 00'! 45 90 45 00 100 63 116
:Landings Oh 8t. Johns rtve = ... .....__......"....... 30 6' 35 701; 50 100 50 1 00 50 100: I 50 (00)() 50 100 50 1 30 146
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Stations on Fla So: Ry. south ot Ocala. .."............................................................ 50 1..0 65 1 10, I 70 140 70 140 {! 701 1 30'1 70 1901 70 140 70 70 140 8& 1s
Stations on Fla. So By, St. J. & L. E. Diviston.......NNNINNH................................ 50 1011 55 1 10, I 70 140 70 140 70[ 140} 70 1 301, 70 1301 70 190 6,1) 130 SO 1 4 R
Landings on Lake Santa Fe....-...................................1N. ..........-................... 4.5 90 50 100':' 65 130 65 130 I' 6ii 130 u. 1 6,3 fir 1.A. 1 50 8R J 6i
Tam a..._.................................................................................................................. 55 1'10' 60 120': 75 150 7.5 150 75 150' 75 j 50 75 1.501 7.5 150 75 75 1 50 1 MPalatka.
Landings on Manatee River .........-..........INN................................. ............. 1 JO 1 S3 1 50 75 1500 I 5a cool 75 1 50 75 1 501 75 1 50 5.1 100 6677 1 J6
Stations on J.' at. A. A He & Ry.N.NN...,..........-...........-................................... 55 60 60 70'' 100 53 (,31' 1 COI 5.1 I 100 53 1 ()()I 63 100 4.1) 58 106
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Stations on J. T & K. W By .. .... .............................................................-........ 30 63.5( 70 i 50 I 00 50 1.00 50 100 50 J 00 I 50 100 50 100 75 1501 00 16
Landings on Lakes Eustis ...-............................................................ 55 110 60 1 I 75 150 75 150 751} 50 75 150 75 150 I 75 150'I : i
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From Belair to Bent's Inclusive....NNN..............................................?......... ..... 35 70 40 SO : 55 1 10 55 1 101 5.51 1 10 55 110 55 1 101 5.3 1 10' 55 60 110 120 7lJ 68 126 136
From Longwood to Orlando, inclusive...,........................- .................N ......... 40 80 45 90 60 120 60 120 6011 20 60 120, 60 njl 1201 60 130 1 ZO I 65 130 78 196 '
From GaUln to Lake Parker In c 1 us ve_............._.............................. ...... 4.5 90 50 100' 65 130 65 13t), 6511 30 6.3 1 80 130 65 190' 70 140 83 156
From Acton to Bartow Inclusl ....................._.................. ... 50 100 5.1) 1 10; 70 1.f0 70 140: 70 140 70 190 i 70 19 70 65 130 79 146
Stations on F. R. & N ao. north et.d.r..7i. < ng Ocala...................._...... 4.1) 90 50 100 65 130 65 130, R5 130 65 100 I 6.5 131 6.5 130! 70 J 40 84 1 M
Stations F R. & N'Co oran ..................................................NN 50 1 5.1) 1 10, I 70 I 40 70 140:; 70 140 70 1401. I 10'10 70 1 Im 1))) 1 JO 68 126
Stations on Sanford Indian RIo 11..1A--: ., -................ ....-..................... 35' 001' 40 SO) i 55 110 55 110, 5')f 110 55 1 10:' I 701 1 5.5 101 70 190 88 165)
Stations on Tavares, Orlando do Atlantic ii: ...-............-........................... 50 1 ()() 5.5 110 70 140 70 140 70 140 70 140'' I' l40 70 1 1 ;jI 75 150 00 1 66
Gulf polnt north Tampa.N .................. 5.5 1 lOj, 00 120 ; 75 1 fJOI 75 150 7\\ 150 71) 100' I i 150 75 95 190 1 10 2 06
::Gulf points south Tamps.---. .................. 75 1501, 80 160, : 9.5 190 95 190 f 91ii: 190 u'CONNECTIONS. 1 OO' !, 9i 190 g.j'I 190 I
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Excess of capacity over the above will be Hable to pro rata excess of cbanzes. .
Double dally fast freight service for all pOintS West via Albany, Jesup and Savannah. The Car-load is estimated at 20,000poands, or 250 Standard Boxes. destination Excess of this ant
Dally fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern Interior anxonnt will be charged for pro rata. Carload shipment must be to one

and Coast points, Including New York,Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and to one conslgtee. condition of shipments
Providence. Prepayment of freight will not be required, but good order and
and the
for New Savan will be absolute requirement. It is clearly understood between the shippers
Tji-weeklyoonnection York via the Ocean Steamship Company, leaving however
nah Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. transportation companies that no responsibility shall attach for loss or
to the
Twice' a week for Baltimore via the Merchants and Miners Transportation Co., leaving occasioned, unless it be from negligence, and that such loss must attach solely
Savannah and Fridays. company upon whose line such negligence may be located. '
Weekly connection for: Boston via the Boston and Savannah Steampship Co., leaving The charges advanced by this Line In good faith to connections at those poInts will not. 1

Savannah every Thursday. be subject to correction by this Line. insertion
for in
Weekly connection for Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co., leaving Savannah every In every case the full name and address of the consignee must be given

Saturday. Bill Lading and on the Way-bill.
SAlllng days of Steamships are subject to change without notice. Single shipments to Western points will be charged at double rates.Philadelphia and Bait .
No single shipment taken for less than $1 to Boston, New York, : 1
the single package rates of connecting -
will be charged in addition
JNFOn.MA.T: ON' .l"'OR SHIPPERS.To more. If lines shipped and beyond cost of transfer.,they

make through rates from points tributary to the above, udd the rates of connecting Stencils shipping receipts and Information furnished on application to any ot the agent
lines to above rates. For further Information, if needed,apply to Agents of the llneQrto 'I I
The dimension of the Standard Box for Oranges are 12x12x27 Inches, and the weight is I C. OWENS JAMES L. TAYLOR, Savannah '.
stlmated at 80 pounds. Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga. Gen'l.FrelghtAgent, Ga. \


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Fruit Trees Plants Vines Berries Ornamental Trees Grasses etc. ete.f
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1 r CHOICEST VARIETIES OF ORANGE( &, LEMON TREES 826 and &2&. North Delaware Ave., Philadelphia
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Established 1871.:
1 W. W. ::E.A.- 7 GINS: : SS SCOST::: IFropS., -

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Consignments of oranges solicited. We have a trade that consumes all our oranges with'
*v= Budded from tried and approved varieties, and on good healthy stocks. out having to send to auction.. Remittances sent on day of sale. Jane8-ly

Fruit Trees suitable to Florida. Address,

I AARON'. : : WARR, Georgetovvn, Fla
-May 16'83 tt E. BEAN '

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l Commission Merchant and Forwarder,

I McBBIDE & KINGSBURY, Proprietors,
I Waycross Railroad Wharf, Jacksonville, Fla. -
i Branch Packing-House, Waycross Railroad Depot, Gainesville, Fla.
.' "' Nursery at Point LaVlsta,four miles up the St.Johns River. Boats land at wharf at
the Nursery. A full supply of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, suitable for the climate of Oranges, I.. emc) n. s ,
Florida. Orange Trees Budded from Bearing Trees. Only the Largest or King Seedlings selected And other Fruits and Vegetables,
for Stock. A large supply Two-Year-Old Buds on hand this season. Budded Trees '
'} from 10 cents up. Groves Set Out Warranted.. .
I 'REFERENCEs-Bank of Jacksonville; Prof.Halllday State Agricultural College. Catalogue ,
I sent on application. sep4-6m Reliable Correspondents in all the principal cities of the United States.

1 Green ::L.eD3.on.s: : .


A full stock of approved sorts of ORANGE and .LE ION Trees-One, G-rowers': : Su.pp1ies.Have : .

Two and Three-year buds. Trees fine and thrifty. Ornamental Evergreens a"full stock of Growers'Supplies of Cottonwood Thin Wood!Orange
Boxes which makes the Whitest
,' Lightest Strongest and Cheapest Box In use. Beach
a specialty. Send for catalogue. (Bangor)Thin Wood,Dressed Pine Heading,:Hoops,-Manilla Orange Wraps,etc.,etc.,all of
the best quality,and cheaper than the cheapest. .

sep -6m MAXWELL, ANDERSON & CO., San Mateo, Fla. Agent for the Sale ,of the Stevens Sizer and the Dayton Tramway Fruit Car.

I Send for Circulars and Ste cils. sep4-tf
Refrigerator Transportation for Strawberries and other Fruits to

Northern Markets.

Orange to.cE.: Lemon: Trees, '

LeConte and Keiffer Pears, Peen-To and Honey Peaches, Grapes, Figs, Mulberries .

t Pecans, Filberts, ,Pomegranates, Guavas, Bananas and other trees BOWEN'S PATENT REFRIGERATORS )

i suitable to Florida. Our stock is thrifty and free from Scale or other para- Will be prepared to carry Strawberries for growers In Georgia and Florida to Northern
'markets during the coming season. '
!\ sites. Catalogue post free. Address '
For rates and information apply to

I W. H. PILLOW Jacksonville Fla.
F. S. CONE, Manager,

I oc5-tf Crescent City, Florida. dec7-3mos GEO. B. EDWARDS, Charleston, S. C.



I The ran: .ge an.c1. :L.eD3.on.: MANUFACTURE the LIBRARY CHAIR.

J in variety,other Citrus Fruits, Peen-To and Honey Peaches, LeConte and They Lounges have in all the the World.dlfler-

JKeifier Pears, Japan Plums, Japan Persimmons,Figs, Guavas, Grapes, etc. cut Reclining Positions,
and can be rigidly fastened -
I! CATALOGUE FREE. at any angle,a feature
found only in their goods.
I Orders from East Florida shipped from our Nurseries on Drayton They are durable A simple
,with a variety of de-
St. Johns River.
INVALID signs and prices to suit.

"' A. H. MANVILLE & CO., CHAIR. If you and want ELEGANT a COMFORTABLE piece
{ : of KURSITCUE, see them
I aug24-ly Lakeland, Polk: County, Fla. ,''+ i! before buying.
They also! make Physi;!
:F- .:-V-XEV'V: : rqcrR.SE1R.XEJSJ. cians'Rockers.Chairs and Reclining "
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h I 6.FllRmSQUARE ,
Consisting of the well-tested, named varieties, Homosassa, Magnum Bonum, Mandarin, t
Tanglerlne, "Mediterranean Sweet," etc. Also, t -- Believing that If a wan has dealt squarely with his fellow. t
0 \ I Invite all to
Y'Oti"\);r' men Hi patrons are hi* best adrerUsers
IC make Inquiry of the character: omy seeds among A
I Sicily Lemon, Grape Fruit, Shaddock, Lime, (j "::._, million 1'armersUardenersal1d Planters who have
-- VS BD__ used them during the past thirty years. Raising a
FIGS In variety Including the White Adriatic; CATLEY GUAVA,both red and)'ellow'EAJtLY ,..., large portion of the seed!sold(few seedsmen raise theATALDGV
) MULBERRY, JAPAN PLUM, and other Fruit and Nut-bearing Trees Plants seed they sell)1 was the first eedman In the United..
States to warrant(as per catalogue)their purity n Ure h.Ifs}
Vines and Shrubs suited to the climate of Florida. Vegetable aid Flowerbed Catalogue for 188 beUllt
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I Catalogue with prices sent on application. Address 1'KEE to all wlo write for It. Among an lmmeiif varlet
my friend will find In H(and In none other) a new drumhead Cab-
O. H. TIIACIIER, manager, 1886 hageiast about A4! early ac II,.,uierran's.but nearly twlee a*
.. oc5-6m. San MateoPutnaii?County, Fla. largo I .JAJ1Iea.l.JI.Gregory,Jlarblelivafl,StoWr lJ.

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;: GATE Hedge....................._......................_Thursday,October 22,at 4:30 p. m .8 4 PI ,r
'. CITY CITYACaPo- Capt. Kelley..................._..............Thursday October 29, at 9:30 a.m u.. v
." .CITY Capt.; Hedge....................................................Thursday. Novembers 5, at 5:00: p. m 00' ., tT1 .
:: GAY OP MACON, Capt. Kelley................_.....................Thursday. November 12,at 9:30 a.m O -
'"' GATE CITY Capt. Hedge..................................._..._........Thursday, November 19, at 3.;00 p. m P"1 -
:: CITY OP MACO: Capt. Kelley.........................................Thursday, November 26, at 8:30 a. m An.rriIE BEST :IN USE.
GATE CITY. Capt. Hedge..................................................Thursday, December 3, at m
l,' CITY OF MACON Capt. Keliey.............?............................Thursday,.December 10, at 8:30p.= m Prof. is tac Stone, in his article on Orange culture in the trade edition of the Times-Union,
GATE CITY CaP!. Hedge..................................................Thursday. December 17, al 1:30 d.m Oetober,1885' ,says: "Of all the fertilizers used on some 15,000 trees,the Clark's Cove Orange-
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley....................;................?._Thursday December 24 at 8:00 p. m Tree Food gave better' results than any other used." Send for Pamphlet and full particulars
GATE CITY Capt. Hedge............... ....................................Thursday, December 3{,_t 2.-CO' p.m t
, and Western Railway and connecting with East Florida by the Waycross Short Line.
: (Florida Dispatch) and the Steamers of the b Island Route. ,
W. H. RINu Nlckerson's Wharf Boston. BLUEGRASS! SULKY PLOW.
F.W.NICKERSON &CO., General Agents, Bosto .
For Freight Passage, and Rooms apply to RIL ARDSON A BARNARD Agents, Savannah FOR DEEP BREAKING WITH LICHT DRAFT.
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For Tickets apply to Waycross Railroad Offices. ft. :
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epl-35 HENRY R. CHRISTIAN. G. S.Agent,24 Bay Street. XSO hll S Maw

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THE Magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: BE HANDLED BY ANY ONE WITHOUT INSTRUCTIONS.A .
convincing proof of the superiority of the BLUEGRASS over any other Sulky Plow is:the
FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW 'YORK. fact that we place it with farmers everywhere

CITY OF AUGUSTA Capt. Nickerson..............................Wednesday January 14:00 p. m t dTOTXT: "ig i-g.T A.T. 3
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. & C. D8Rett..l\londay. Januury 4- eioOp. m
CHATTAHOOCHEE. Capt. Catharine......_...._........?. ,Wednesday January 6-7:30 a. m Not a solitary one has yet been returned. This is unprecedented in the history of.;improved. ( .
NACOOCIIEE Capt. KerSpt n............................-........................Friday,January 88:30 a. m implements. >. I.V YM "''i
TALLAHASS1E, Capt. ? "...._......._..............................?_Monday, January Il-lfc30a. m *
CITY OF AUGUSTA :Capt. Nickerson..............................Wednesday,January 13- n'n THOS. MEIKLE CO. "
CITY OF SAyANNAlH,Capt.H. C.Daggett........................?...Friday.January 15- affi)( p. m ,
CHATTAHOOCHEE Capt. Catharine.......................................Monday, January 185:00: m Manufacturers of :.. "
NACOOCHEE:Capt. e n..............................................Wednesday,January 206:30 p. m .. .
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher..................................................N_Friday, January 228:00 p.a. m STEEL AND CAST PLOWS, .,
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson ............._.......?..........Monday,January 25-10-30 a!m '
CITY OF SAVANNAH W H. C. ett....................Wednesday.January 27-1 :30 p.m WALKING AND RIDING CULTIVATORS
CHATTAHOOCHEE Capt.! Catharine%. .............N...............?.....Friday,January 2&- 2:30 p. m ,
([These Steamers do not carry Passengers.]
JUNIATA, Capt. DaggetLN..N..N..N...................... Saturday December 5-4:30 m LOUISVILLE' KY.
DESSOUG: Capt.-... -................................_...,,_........Saturday, December 12- 9:00.a.p.m --
JUNIATA, Capt. Da Sett:................._..........................?._.Saturday, December 19- 3.00 m
DESSOUG, Capt.- ......................................_...................Saturday, December 269:00 p.a. m ATKINS'I FOUR .

Connecting with the Savannah Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line) and
the Sea Island Route. VPERIOR'.y i
Offer to the Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line. $ FIRSTGRADES
Through Tickets and Bills of Lading Issued to principal points North East and Northwest
via Savannah. For further particulars apply. to
HENRY YONGE Agent, G. M. SORREL. Agent :
Pier No.35 North York. SILVER STEEL '
City Exchange Building Savannah, Ga.
w. L. A Street, Philadelphia '
D. HAJ3JIAGEif Eastern Agent Sav., Florida* Western Ry. Co.,261 Broadway N.Y. OF
For Tickets apply to Waycross Railroad Offices. For Rooms apply to G. M. SORREL
Agent, Savannah AT
aug I,'83-ly H. R. CHRISTIAN Gen'l Soliciting Agent,62 Bay street. S.

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for (Catalogue and Prices to j'E.

The Choaptit Fertilizer in the Market. C. ATICINS &C Indianapolis Ind.
!boisture..N......__ ...-...._......_......_...............?..............._......_,............... 8.00 cent. ,
Nitrogen, equal Ammonia........._...._...._>......?*_...?....*..?.?._............._.. 7.00"per H. Dudley Coloiiiiin, Agent; New Orleans
Phosphoric Acid equal Bone Phosphates........................_..........._.........._.... 5.11" "
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L' New Series: Vol. 5.-No, 2. Published by CHAS. W. DACOSTA, Jacksonville, Fla. Price 5 cents.


: 'r' ". 'Monday, January 11, 1886. ESTABLISHED 1869. $2.00 per Year in advance ; postage free. .;

k- . sun-strokes, until the ravages caused potatoes, pawpaws and cocoanuts are Perry, Governor of the State of Florida ,

tt t .' i ., ,
.. ; 'j(, dimensions of a holocaust, we search of some kind. One day last summerhe apart Wednesday, the 10th day ,of l

: Florida's Summer Climate. the records of Florida in vain for one sent his daughter a basket contain- February, A. D. 1886, as Arbor Dayin

solitary case of sun-stroke. When the ing peaches, figs, bananas, guavas, Florida, and I earnestly invoke at-
.. 'The great stumbling block in the
'' "' ; ; mercury'gambols.among the nineties, limes and lemons, and also sent sweet tention to Florida's capabilities for the
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pabli the
oftli8 vis
intending Settler '
'and when from Cape Otto, the t Columbia potatoes, tomatoes and a' 'pumpkin.' growing valuable woods, some of .11
i: one placed there by the be-spectacled
I 5' river, tossing invalids vainly This instance is cited as an evidenceof which,peculiar to our State, and now

:. omniscient tourist, whom you 'may seek the repose denied them by the what can be done in Florida. rarely found, as well as many fruit and
have' met, on the! boats in the height of ,
I prostrating heat, the Floridian lulled The Halifax never was so lively as nut bearers, might well compensate for
jibe Florida season. ,He .downevery
;. comes ; by the music of the wind among his this winter. A railroad building to the care necessary to a greatly in-
winter and while the the
1 ,rest.of
n" native pines, enjoys refreshing slum- the head and another to the foot strik- creased production.I .
i guests are amusing' themselves about
.r,. bers, for our nights are always cool], :. ing only twenty miles apart may account respectfully recommend that a
", the hotel corridors he be found
,',' '. can and, sleep comes unsolicited."De for this. special interest be taken in the plant-
giving some native huge chunks of .,
,. Land, a City in the Pines. ing of trees for the ornamentation ot
I"? "S, ..horticultural pabulum,which the latter 9 ARBOR DAY.
our public places, and suggest that the
; 'scornfully rejects. Every winter he Halifax Facts. Proclamation of the Governor. officers and teachers of our public ,

t registers at Jacksonville, slips over to We have. this cheering news from STATE OF FLORIDA,, schools their scholars !
can, by giving a
'.: St. Augustine,.flies, up the St. Johns, the pleasant Halifax: country : EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT }j holiday to be devoted to the adornment ,

,stages .over to the Halifax,.and then No ,marks of frost yet on the Halifax i To the People of Florida: of their school grounds with trees and

goes, home, and discusses Florida, Peninsular.] Guavas, limes and The experience of many of the shrubberies under intelligent and
'' appropriate
'", ; "plenojure" in.the' local weekly.. Hesaystbat bananas on Anderson's place, at Or- States has demonstrated the great ben- instructions, make that the

I.; .. while, the, winter climate. of mand, are bright and green and all efits which may result from publicly most profitable day of the year to their

t "i .:.;Florida,is, in,point }of excellence, far are ripening fruit. His banana grove, directing the attention to the plantingof present pupils, as well as to those who
: i above the best climate of full of bunches and not such useful for
..,>, l' peninsular great green yel- trees, only as are shall succeed them, and to the State. .
.the, world, still the summer months low, at this time, is an interesting their wood or fruit, but such as tend
*"* In testimony whereof I have hereuntoset
'>' '> must be ,trying to a northerner. In sight, and this, too, when so much of to add to the healthfulness and com- ,
f : hand and have caused the
i" ::. ...this, as in some other matters, he displays :the State has been singed by frost. fort of our people and to the beauty of my ,
I Great Seal of the State of Florida to r
t .. dullness. of intellect. If he A very small proportion of the our State by ornamenting and adorning '
i- be affixed hereto. Done the
"4 .;, ; would pass.one, summer on this peninsula orange crop has left this section yet. our public streets and public parks, cap 1
ital this the second of
.. .,,or.if he. would]< examine statistics ,Not fearing frost it is held for high our church and school grounds, our day January,
I A.D.1886 and of the
:,, bearing on the point, or would even prices.. homes and the last resting place of our independenceof <
the United States the hundred
II":';"'{ takes the pains to take a critical survey When you visit the Halifax don't dead. ".

I (. ,J of the map, he must discover'his fail to,see Mitchell's place. (He is the In no State can there be successfullygrown and tenth year. l
*<.error.. :The. fact is that the summer man that swings a big club in supportof a greater variety of useful and
the Governor-Attest .
'I' <...:'',' -. climate of Florida is much more the Fruit Exchange.) He has five ornamental trees than in Florida, and By :

.: <..f :pleasant'' than any of those of the acres in tropical and semi-tropical by no other means with the same out- JOHN L. CRAWFOBD, .

: ?: ,Northern States. Perpetually fanned by fruits and plants, none of .them! pro- lay of money and labor can we so in- Secretary of State. i.

.r \ .' <'. cooling sea-breezes, now: from the broad tected, and none of them touched by crease the attractiveness of-our favored .,

.. ,,,: .',.., '.Atlantic, and now from the breezy frost. His guava bushes have not land as by utilizing these rich and .: A lemon raised in the Brock House

:' : ;';$ !< J'. Gulf we can look with pity upon our been without fruit and ,bloom. .,.. ,for a beautiful ornaments of nature to adorn grove at Enterprise weighs one and .

,:. '-' ;' *". perspiring friends at the North. While year or more and produced, 200 bushels and embellish our ,homes and public three-quarter pounds and measure J

L, : every mail brings us tidings of fatal this season. Tomato vines, sweet grounds. To that. end I_, Edward A. .14x15 inces in circumference. j
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State Items. the vegetation on the lands keeps the ,box has been reported in bad order. shall be not less than five days, nor

The Enterprise and Titusville Rail sun ,from drying out the grasses, be-. Keeping depends mainly upon the the fine leES than five dollars.

road will begin running on a regular sides adds vegetable mold; don't." condition of the fruit when gathered. SEC. 5. Every person who shall

schedule in a few days The work of building a bridge over It should be taken from the tree willfully lay or throw down the fence,

The Charlotte Harbor extension of the St Sebastian river, at St. Augus- about every six weeks; pulled or cut or open the gate, or lay down: the,bars

the Florida Southern Railroad will be tine, has been begun. It is the inten- as you like (I never have time to cut) of another, and thereby expose crops '

., opened as far south as Ogden by the tion of the Jacksonville,St. Augustine and as soon as the fruit has lost its in- or other property tp waste or destruc-

31st of Iarhh. I and Halifax River Railway, and the tense green color, and rough rind- tion, or shall enter upon the lands of

Mrs. J. Atzeroth, of Fogartyville, St. Johns Railway'Company, to makea which it has until matured-and becomes another, that are posted, as providedfor

Fla., has growing on her place in open union depot just west of the Anderson a pale green, and the rind in section 6, without the consent of

air a number of thrifty coffee trees, property.The smoothish, if over size, pull it, regardless said owner or person occupying the
of color other conditions. It to hunt fish shall be ,
the same, or guilty
some of them fifteen feet high. most profitable crops are
kind farmers should their should never be allowed to yellow on of a misdemeanor, and be liable to a
our turn at-
The frost line is misnomer it's
a ; a the tree for several reasons ; the rind fine not to exceed twenty dollars, or A,
tention such is the
frost sheet and in this to ; among crops .
everything section -
culture farmerin thickens, and cannot be made as thin imprisonment in the county jail not to
of tobacco. Let
below ,it every
was on Monday morning this county the best by curing as when gathered green,the exceed two months, in the discretionof
last Wildwood Leaf. procure very
Orange is fibrous and I the the
,. pulp more think courtSEC.
Cuba seed and raise a crop, however
A system of water-works will be established small. A good hand can cultivate and fruit less juicy, it is a needless tax to 6. Ten days' notice by posters

at Falatka soon, the city the and will well shall be all
tree, not keep so given by parties wishingto
cure a crop of tobacco that will bringin
council having granted concessions to for old age and decay have already avail themselves of the benefits of
cash lOOO.-Lake City Guide.
a company who,are desirous of put- begun. If gathered at the proper sections 4 and 5, such posters to be

ting in a plant,to supply the city. Tamarind trees are plentiful on the time it does not matter so much howit posted in at least three different and
A most delicious summer drinkis >
., Tampa expects to have an.electric is managed afterwards ; it will keep, conspicuous places around the enclo-
made from the pods which are filled
light system soon, the power to be and in four or five weeks will color; sure sought to be protected.
with an acid pulp of a jelly-like con-
furnished by the ice factory, which because pliant, and be ready for mar- ....
sistency. Handsome indeed, are the
will be built immediately. The latter ket. Put under shade trees in wind- Mandarin and Tangierine.The .

will have a capacity of thirty tons per long, drooping boughs and bright- rows three or four feet broad at base Hotel News in acknowledgingthe
bi-pennate leaves, and the tree
days. green and a foot or more deep'at crown, and reception of some fine Tangierine
resembles, in some respects, the honey
The Maitland Courier-one of the covered with a sheet, to exclude light, oranges from one of our dealers, (Mr.
locusts, without the thorns. It bears
spiciest of our new State exchangeshas which hastens coloring and prevents Pryor,) says :
early, and is not injured by a mod-
is excellent "By the in introducing this excellent -
recently come out in a new and too rapid drying, an wayto way
erate frost fruit into Florida, an i has
tasteful typographical dress, from the cure it, especially when the weatheris
and been dropped from its true orthog-
The producers of
foundry of Farmer, Little & Co., New oranges veg- hot and dry; in such condition it raphy. While the Tangierine is pro-
Lake and
etables of Orange vicinityheld
York.A will color and become pliant without bably of Chinese origin. it seems to ..
of farmers will a meeting at Eviston on last Sat shriveling- rind thinned, flavor improved have come to Florida via Tangier, a
great many urday. There was a large attendanceand will keep, and be in every point in Western Africa, which for
small of Cuba tobacco
plant quantities. much interests manifested. An about two centuries was in the posses-
marketable and salable. River
next season. They will realize more effected and way sion of the Portugese, who introducedit
organization was a com-
money from one acre of tobacco than side (Cal.) Press and Horticulturist.Our from thence to the Brazilian Colo-
mittee to confer
in cotton.-Monticello appointed nies, from whence it has made its way
twenty planted
Constitution. railroad companies in regard to more Florida Law on Fruit, Fenc- to this State. In Brazil this orange is

rapid transportation, better handling, ing, &c. known as the "Tangiernho" and is

A truck farmers' club has been or- car load lots for vegetables to the West, From Chapter 78, sections 2 to 6 quite a favorite in Rio de Janerio as a

ganized on Grand Island Lake Eustis. table fruit.
and lower rates-Micanopy Gazette.It
inclusive 422 McClellan's Digest
Its object will be the advancement of
is exchange now a
says, an :
AGE THE Prof. D. P. Pen-
cultivation and consolidation in the OF s.-
the Fort Mason Seneca and
fact that
SECLTON 2. Whoever willfully and
hallow studied the relation of
purchase of necessaries, so as to get I
St. Johns Railroad will be built. It enters orchard
maliciously any nursery -
annual rings to the age of trees, con-
lower .
prices.A will extend from Fort Mason\ to Haw-
or garden, and takes away mu- cludes that the formation of rings of

solid block of fireproof business kinsvillea distance of twenty-five miles. tilates, or destroys any tree, shrub, or growth is chiefly determined by what-
structures is to be erected in St. Au- The for and tieing the
money grading vine, or steals, takes, or carries away ever operates to produce alternating ;

gustine, on King street, extendingfrom road has been subscribed,and the work any fruit or flower without the con- periods of physiological rest and ac c

St. George street west to Tolo- will begin on the first of the new year. sent of the owner thereof shall be tivity. In cold climates the rings are \

,inato street The Flagler syndicate It will be built the
on joint cooperative punished by fine not exceeding one 'an approximately correct, but not al- 4

will be the owners. plan. i hundred dollars, or by imprisonmentnot ways certain, index of age; but in I

There is growing on Mr. Newnan's exceeding three months in the climates of little
warm they are or no
i place in Levy county a palma christi county jail. value in this respect The influence 1 t

':. tree twenty seven inches in circumference L r.i SEC. 3. Whoever willfully commitsa of meteorological conditions in determining 1
at the ground and nineteen trespass by entering upon the gar- the growth of each season is f

b'10' inches in circumference two and a half Lemons for Market.W. den, orchard, or other improved land most important, particularly with ref-

M feet above the ground. B. Wall, a well known fruit of another without permission of the ence to rainfall. Periodicity in rain- I.

The orange crop.of Manatee county grower near Tustin City, Los Angeles Owner, and with intent to cut, take, fall corresponds with periodicity in :

r is veiy large this year, and the fruit is: county, thus writes to the Santa Ana or carry away, destroy, or injure the growth.The .

:, of an unusual bright color. Had the: Standard. trees, grains, gras3, hay, fruit, or vege- i

railroad been in running order many "There being so much complaint tables there growing or being, shall be hottest part of the United States I

of our farmers would have made a fair about California lemons not keeping : punished by imprisonment in the jail is the Rio Grande Valley. The hottest J f
income from oranges alone.-Liverpool well induces me to give my own experience not exceeding thirty days, or by fine point where regular data are kept j

: ,, Grove. and manner of handling. My not exceeding twenty dollars ; and if I. is Fort Ringgold, which has a mean

of the offences mentioned in this annual of 74.4. Next .1;
N "Do not burn the woods," says the first shipment was made in June of any temperature _

Lake.City Guide. "Our farmers ought last year, and nine since that date ; section, or in section 5, chapter 84, of to Ringgold comes Laredo, with ., Ii

, .' .to know that they are destroying the shipped eleven boxes in February to this Digest, are committed on the 72.60, Brownsville. 72.42, and Fort

y" fertility of their lands to have them Minneapolis, Minnesota; the remainder Lord's day, or in disguise, or secretlyin Yuma, at the mouth of the Rio Colo't''t'

:. burnt off Keep the fire off your lands; to San Francisco. Not a single the night time, the imprisonment rado, 72.30. ". :; ,
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inventory every' ten years, at an expense garded as in good standing
) of millions of dollars, 'establish bers of churches. Let such
a permanent department of commerce meet with the public

A National Bureau of Commerceand and industries, through the me deserve, and we shall have ;
Industry.A dium of which, information bearing ity in the world. ?
well considered article in The upon all business matters affecting capital also preach oftener from the :
Young Republican, by ex-Pstm aster and labor may be secured from days SHALT thou labor and
N. D. Sperry, New Haven, sets forth all parts of the United States and reported work." And if their hearers
the advantages to the country at large; upon, say once a month, thuS the Divine commandment, 4
and especially,to labor, that would result enabling both labor and capital to demand be willing to rest on the
from] the creation a new depart- their desire in this matter shallno The farmers, the farmer's
ment of the general Government, to longer go unheeded by our repre- daughters of this country, in
gather statistical, and other information sentatives in Congress. instances, do not love to
regarding commerce and all industrial "The ever-varying changes pro- as they should; even some
pursuits in which labor and duced by new inventions, and other look upon manual labor as
capital enter.Referring causes, are affecting the business of the dignity of a gentleman
to the various labor.organizations the country to a greater or less degree, To labor is honorable, and
throughout the country' ; year by year. But it is hard for the dishonorable. This is the
he says: "With these organizations we people to understand that a revolu- to be taught. l,
tion is in business, and bus- 'He that by the plow would
shall find no fault, but should ratherassist going on
Hlma If should either hold or
them, so long as they are earnestin ness method Yet such is the case, was said by Franklin, more
their endeavors to benefit their' fellowmen though it is almost unperceived, so hundred years ago, in "
J and to right such wrongs as silent is its operatipn. We ask the ard's Almanac."
have grown up prejudicial to the great cause, but no definite or satisfactory This same almanac did :
'body who are engaged in labor-the answer is given. making the Northern
mechanic in the shop, the clerk at the "The proposed department, if prop- trious and frugal, especially '
counter, or ,the laborer in the field. erly organized and effectively con- New England. Its maxims
All men who do honest work and are ducted, could by noting the constant public sentiment, and
seeking,only to promote the welfare of changes taking places, do much for people to practice
their fellow-men, should have the sup the country and save us in a great economy. The farmers of
port of all good citizens. With those measure from future depresion, distress land for the most part, have
who are ,simply agitators, and who and disaster, and thus in the end soil, or what was a sterile
would do work if had might settle, or aid in settling, in
not a day's they but by the liberal use of
the opportunity, the public should righteousness and justice, the much improved systems of

. have no sympathy. They are enemiesto agitated capital and and labor.ever-present" question of lands yield well and are poisonous-poisonousis
,both capital and labor, and should higher than the same
be treated as such by, both employerand Labor-Its Value. in the South. The New ,
employe." There is too great an aversion to farmer pays high wages and
Demand has been made for a governmental J labor throughout the entire country, i more profit from Ms hired \
investigation growing out both North and South. To live with- i the Southern planter or (
of the relations of capital and labor, out work seems to be the great desid- the same money paid for
so far met by State action and by the eratum, and almost everybody desiresto ply because the New :
creation of the National. Bureau by obtain sufficient money to accom- obtains a greater amount
.Labor Statistics. The information plish this end. Unfortunately too from his servants by either
gathered by such a bureau as proposed, many seek to get this money without with them or overseeing ;
Mr. Sperry ,believes, would stop cap- work, even by dishonest meanshencethe I all of which is too apt to be
ital from embarking in business re defalcations among government by the Southern planter. ;
there is overproduction, and would officials at Washington and also of England farmer also has I
likewise lead labor into other and ,many State governments; hence the better done. Hired labor left I
more productive: fields. Such a department rascality and dishonest practices among too apt to slight the work,
would_ also aim to advise the business men from Wall street, New this is done the profits of the
public whether there were too many York, extending throughout the entire are reduced.
Wealth hides multitudeof "Labor Is rest-from the sorrows
men in the workshops and not enough country. a I Rest trom all petty vexations
engaged in agricultural,pursuits. He sins in the eyes of the world. The I Rest from promptings that
says: rich man is too often respected, and us,
Rest from wild sirens that lure
"In monarchial countries the peopleare even honored, even when it is well
slumbers shall
. ,subjects, and their conditions are known that he has secured his wealth Work-and pillow;pure
to a great extent created ,for them by :by defrauding others. Such an one Work-thou shalt ride over
those who, rule over them. But in is often honored both by his Church Lie not billow.down; wearied 'neath t
America every man invested with the and State, and looked up to by the willow!
right,of suffrage is .a sovereign citizen,I thoughtless crowd. This is all wrong. Work will!"with a stout heart
and ,assists in ,directing the affairs of, The people need re-educating in this .
'd, government. All have a right to be respect. Society should be taught to Poisonous Plants.
1 heard, whether laborers, or capitalists. pay no more respect to the big. thief During a lecture in
Both alike are calling for, full investigation riding in his carriage, than to the "Flowering Plants to be ,
into the condition of, our in- small thief,in the penitentiary. To do Professor Rcthrock said : "I
dustries. Why should we not, then, this the press and the pulpit should '"Plants may be poisonous :
take such action by Congressional enactments speak plainly; teach that those who proximity to them, by
that the true state of affairs have made fortunes by cheating either or by'being taken into the

may be made known, and, instead .the public. "or ,individuals. should not:I said the lecturer. "The
w- of taking a comparatively useless be respected in good society, nor" re the West Indies is nearlyas t
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: Drunken Hogs.. plished daughters had a grand feast area larger than that of all Tennessee, all industries, while the farmer's prices
The Grass Valley (Cal,) Union provided for the shuckers at noon,and has never grieved thesouls of its team- have reached a starvation point. And
gives the following amusing account while the tables didn't groan under sters by a railroad survey. The northern yet the cost of necessities of life is
of what the writer styles "a hoggish the weight edibles, as the stereotype part of this reservation contains greater than it was then, owing to the
jamboree : writers would say, it is a fact that they one of the few remaining buffalo pas- grievous condition of the middlemen,
"All the hogs and pigs on Joseph were ,crowded with everything in the tures on this side of the ,Rocky Moun\ whom the long credit system forces to
". ,Perrin's ranch; four miles below town, way of good victuals to be had).cooked tains. A few miles northeast of Fort plunder cash purchasers. While the
r ,'- 'went on a big bender on Wednesday. in the best style, and our generous Concho the old military road to New price of cattle is almost halved,
l which happened in this wise: Several host and hostess did everything in Mexico crosses the mesquite plain,'I butchers' meat is as high as ever, and
r r casks of,native wine had been placed .their power to make everybody eat and teamsters who travel that road in the Kent farmers are combining to do
outride of the house and facing the heartily and enjoy themselves, in which winter time are pretty apt to sight their own killing in order to get rid of
,, barnyard, and it is supposed that some laudable undertaking they succeeded. buffalos. Not in herds; the bison the butchers altogether. The budget,
; of the hops in rubbing against one of There, was old ham, the sort thatmakes legions of the North American prairiesare too, will show a large decrease in receipts -
: the casks knocked out the spigot and red,gravy, and fresh pork, and vanished forever; but troops of ten despite the increased taxa-
caused the contents to run out. The turnips, and cabbage,. and" potatoes, or twelve are occasionally seen in the tion.
; .. wine formed a pool in a depression in and chickens, and chicken pie and upland valleys, especially after a hard Across the Channel the same sad
: the ground and around it all the hogs, oysters, and sardines, and cheese, and frost. In spring these survivors of strain is chanted everywhere. From
r ,,,' little and big, about the premises, con- pies, and poundcake, and pickles and better times take refuge in the dreary Paris, of course, one expects to hear
t : i gregated and drank their fill, and be- preserves, world without end. When borderland of the staked plains, where nothing but lamentations. But the
.... ; .,. fore any 'person' about the place was we left at 3 p. m. constant accessions they separate pair-wise for greater fierce prolongation of the political
.-.:' 'being made to the shucking-brigade security, and retreat further hillward
: : aware as to what had happened were wrangle into holiday week and the
D;: : the porkers were drunk and going commanded by Maj. Skelton, and at the least sign of danger.-Dr. Os- : grave uncertainty of the near future
.' through the queerest antics imaginable. the work went bravely on. It was wald, in Southern Bivouac, for Decem- seem to have made the business stag-
,,. Some were frisky and full of thought that the corn would all be ber. .. nation wore than ever. Copenhagenis
play, others beligerent and swagger- shucked by 12 at night. Mr. Alvord's .fe sullen and gloomy under a despotic
ing around hunting up fights ; some family is remarkable. He has eight Unhappy Europe.Our martial law, with threats of revolutionin
children, we believe, and not a single people, in this favored land,
,. meandering around in an imbicile way, the air. Italy has a Christmas
'- ) walking in corkscrew style and tumb- member of the family ever used to- should feel grateful and content when present in the form of news that King
'.' bacco in form, and they are all they read such doleful news as fol-
ling over the least obstruction that lay any John of Abyssinia is about to declarewar
... in their path, while several of the healthy and fine-looking, from the lows, from the London correspondentof on account of the Massowah affair,
father and mother down to the the Chicago Tribune; under date of
: youngest
larger hogs that had managed to get which means many added millions to
on the heaviest'loads, were drunk and child. Dec. 26, 1885. I the tax: burden. Vienna is in a truly
incapable of motion. Those who saw S If the ghost of the Christmas of the : doleful frame of mind, with cholera at
..' this queer performance say that it was The Wilderness of Southern Texas. present day could have taken Colum- I Trieste, riots in Croatia, and with a
the most apt illustration of the saying The progress of civilization has bia over the expanse of the Old World heavy financial damage caused by the
"drunk as a bog" that they ever wit- sadly reduced the Robin Hood romance last night she would have realized as : collapse of her principal debtor, Ser-
nessed,while the inebriates acted wonderfully of the good old times when never before the full measure of her via, and a national humiliation at the
, .' like humans in a similar state every wood was a hunting-ground; but own miraculously blessed condition loss of her Balkan prestige. The
t fl '. of debauch. The hogs were all"blind the Ruskinites who go into mourningat among the nations of the earth. Herein mail reports show the condition of the
IJ ," drunk" before they could drink up all the completion of every railroad Europe one's heart aches at the starving and freezing soldiers of the
"" : the wine and the balance of the grape might dry their tears in Texas. Cul- abounding misery which the season's two wretched little principalities is
juice was turned into a temperance ture can progress under full steam fora affected merriment illuminates. The appalling. Perhaps it has had no par-
.: '..'.':, beverage by turning a stream of water good many years before it will spoil suffering among the poor of London, allel since Arnold's march to Quebec.
-: : on'it. The'hogs' were all blear-eyed such Arcadias as the chapparral which is always great, is now said to Prince Alexander has already lost
: and stupid on the following day, and country between the sources of the be unprecedented, and the usual twice as many men by death by exposure -
., from their actions seemed to say that Colorada and the mouth of the Rio efforts at a Christmas alleviation seem and disease as in batttle. It is
"hair pulled dreadfully." Grande-the park-like uplands, where to have been paralyzed by the im- only the wolves that have had a merry
the children of a million settlers would mensity of the task, for comparativelylittle Christmas in the Balkans this year."
A Georgia Corn Shucking. find as much play room as a car load organized charity has been re ..
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: ; The Hartwell (Ga.) Sun gives us of kids in the bluegrass counties. Sol-- ported. One day during the last fort-
this pen-picture, one of Georgia's great diers who have revisited the battle- night one could see thousands of faint Take Hold-Let Go.
'; rural pastimes: grounds of the wilderness may remem- and ragged wretches prowling outside. It requires grit to take hold; it.requires -
: -. Wednesday, by invitation, we at- ber how strangely foot trails lose the wharves, each ready to fight the grace to let go. Take hold is a
tended a big corn-shucking at J. B. themselves in the junkie-like pine other in order to be one of a score who common virtue in America; let go is
: .1 Alford's. When we arrived at Mr. thickets screening the road at every were admitted to a day's work for 40 a rare grace in America. We are all
}: ; ,Alford's we found about fifty or sixty turn and hiding the hunter's dog from cents if a ship happened to come in. exhorting one another to "go ahead f'
'r- .of the neighbors and their "hands" the hunter; and in the same way the Everywhere business is reported to he we sometimes need the exhortation to
t. ,. ,,: surrounding immense piles of corn, lines of the "International Railroad"cross worse than it was a year ago. It is said stop. It requires as much wisdom to
, : and the shucks and ears were flying in the wilderness of Southern that not a single Christmas publication know when to let go as to know'whento
every direction. We took a turn at Texas. Half a mile from the trackone has yielded a profit. At the Lon- take hold; it requires as much cour-
t, the pile, and our hands and wrists are may find sleepy hollows that seem don docks less than one-half the quan- age to let go as to take hold, and even
sorel] yet''' from the unusual exercise. never to have been waked by the tity of wine has been taken out of more self-denial. It is a mistake to
; ", : Gathered around that pile were farmers scream of the iron horse; hill-pastures, bond that was taken last year. More\ suppose that Americans are a nationof
;- .' : negroes, a Justice of the Peace, a. where the antelope browses as quietlyas tangible luxuries suffer in the same mere money-makers. They work
'f ;. lawyerVmerchant, an editor, and a on the highlands of the Sierra way. When it was stated a year ago for work's sake; money constitutes
r; physician. Mr. Alford made about Madre, even while the rocks echo the that the British shipbuilding indus- only a kind of counter which shows
; 15,000 bushels corn, besides a full thunder of a train rushing by on its tries were off half a million tons it who has won in the game of life. We
t'. crop of cotton, etc. Very few farmers way to ,the distant station. And in seemed that the worst showing had do not play for the counters,.but for
.,":.,; areas successful, he. His farm is the hills of.the uplands there are rocks, passed; but the report is now likely to the game. He is wise who knows how
;:r ;..'r., self-sustaining, and he.always has corn that have never heard that echo. Between show a further diminution and one and when to stop the play.-Christian
f t.I. to sell. Mrs. Alford and her accom- San Saba and Fort Davis, an. nearly as great. This is. a sample of Union.
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._ :New Year Resolutions. Sugar Making. has had enough of land travel,and will acknowledged. Ten years ago it.
.A waggish writer in .the .Philadelphia Ben.Perley Poore remarks, in ,the always prefer a fine steamer for passageto was considered an inevitable sign of
4V0MScoTT'WAY),says: American' Cultivator! : the head of navigation. The fact ill-breeding,to take, vehement .inter
,I-have some perfectly.sound New. Sugar can be made from watermelons can't be blotted out that this most est in the affairs of 'your neighbor.
Year resolutions, left over from 1885, beets, cornstalks and sorghum, as beautiful of all rivers_will always be a Conversation_ among the.gentler classes !; -
and:my confidence is. great that they well as from the. sugar cane; but thus grand 'highway of travel.I was limited to ideas and things, not
will wear well through 1886. I made far that made from the cane is the only Some Odd Changes Since 1876. to persons. But now every magazine
them-with.eye single,to.their ability to profitable saccharine product. ,It was Notions, like children,show change i and newspaper caters (as in duty
withstand the ,rude shocks which demonstrated beyond a doubt, over in the permanent features and whollynew bound) to this ravenous demand by
ruined: my earlier and handsome New, twenty years since, that a large per- idiosyncrasies with every decade. columns of society news or personal
Year resolutions.' To say that they centage of crystalized sugar could be It would be an interesting study, now anecdote. It is an odd phase of social
are.sound-without a scratch or blemish obtained from the juice of the sorghum, that the year is near its close, for the life, and not, we. think, likely to be
;-:-at the end of twelve months is yet, somehow, the discovery has never most careless observer who reads permanent.
enough. They are in part as follows: been of any great practical l value, ,although The Press to note the changes i in our Another recent novel developmentis
,.I. will.npt. lie.in bed"in the morning I it has been supplemented by American life, as they are shown in what might be called: a blase moodin
after. ,the breakfast bell has rung. the results of the experiments of that his own city or village. Everybodywill our young people. Undergraduates -
;I,will not jefuse a good cigar from able chemist, Mr. Peter Collier. tell how that we have developed profess to face the world, diplomain
the hand of a warm, personal friend. Now, Mr. Harvey W. Wiley, the rapidly in civilization since 1876, and hand, with an utter hopelessness in
,I will,not overdraw my balance at chemist of the Department of Agriculture everybody will mean probably in the their individual chances of doing any
the, bank,. (I made this resolution at has satisfied himself that by the outward and visible signs of that in- work worthy of note in it. The day
the suggestion of the cashier.) process of"diffusion" the great loss of ward and saving grace. Our know- for great individual leaders is over,
I'ill.not go to jailor,the State Leg- sugar in the process of manufacture- ledge of art and music is wider, if not they say. The discoveries have been
islature if Linn possibly help it. estimated at one.half-can be avoided. more accurate, than before the Cen- made. The sermons have been
.I.:will never repent of having eaten The sorghum cane is cut into thin shav- tennial Exposition. We import more preached. The songs have been sung.
too little if I have had half a chanceat ings and exposed to an electric batteryof valuable pictures, statuary and rare Henceforth mankind need only striveto
the table.I ten cells,which shows the extractionof editions ; ,next to England, we offer keep step together like a team of
: :will not work myself into an early 98 per cent. of the total sugars in I now the best market for bric-a-brac ; draught horses dragging a load, one
grave,to lay up wealth to spoil young. the sliced cane.Commissioner. we pay higher than England for our no better than his fellow. If we credit.
person in trousers who refers to me as Coleman has sent Prof. amusement, as every impresario or them we must believe that the stuff
the "old man." Wiley Europe to familiarize himself theatrical star knows ; while in luxuryin out of which the Shakspeares and Napoleons -
I will do no murder unless a man with this process of "diffusion," and the modes of traveling, dress and the Franklins and Lincolnswere
approaches me with a pun he has already also that of"carbonatation," in which a house decoration our pace has rivaled made has all given out in yonder
-fired at me 962,000 times, andI solution of carbonic acid is blown that of Jack in his borrowed seven- eternal manufactory. This phase: is
am armed.I through the juice as it comes from the leagued boots. "I want no Christmas nothing new. It is a sort of dry rot
will not spend more than I earn. juice as it comes from the diffusion gifts," said a woman of moderate fortune which now and then seizes on the
(This is one of ,the easiest resolutionsto battery. The precipitate which falls the other day. "My house is young mind. Young Germany had
'keep in all seasons I ever made.) carries with it nearly all the impuritiesof over full. I have everything." And it under the name of Wertheriam, and "
I'wil! not sit up of nights broodingover the juice, and prevents the losses her condition is, doubtless, that of 3000 suicides in one winter showed !'
the.dark ways of this wicked old from scums. countless other readers of The Press. how severe was the attack. Young
world of ours, or rub the few remain- These new processes can be used in Nor is this change confined to city England caught it from Don Juan.
ing hairs off the]top of my head try- the manufacture of sugar from cane life; the same talk in kind, thoughnot Poe gave it in a lesser degree to the
ing to devise ways and means to re- and from sugar beet, as well as from in degree, is found in every farm- young of his day, and much of it lies
form it. sorghum, and Prof. Wiley has instruc- house and cabin. Haircloth sofas are at the base of Nihilism. Fortunately,
!J I will not shake a hornet's nest to tions to purchase and bring home such giving way to reps, and the walls it is limited here to a small class.
see if it is loaded. (I did that once, a apparatus as he may deem necessaryto which were bare ten years ago are There is nothing of it in the South or
v long time ago, and found that it was.) make through experiments next now decorated with chromos, which in West, where the great work of the
I will not support for public officea autumn. We shall see what we shallsee. their turn will make way for autotypesand next century must be done-a work
near neighbor who keeps a dog that they for engravings. necessarily unparalleled in history.
howls in the night when I am sick, Steamboating on the St. Johns. Another marked change is sudden The most noticeable recent changein
and when I complain in a respectfulway The Palatka Herald says: It has Anglophobia which has attacked our our civilization, probably, is in the
sends word that the howling ofa been predicted that the completion of young people. Twenty years ago Eng- religious methods, which are, after all,
dog is an omen of death, and that I our railroad: system parallel with the land and English customs, accent and at once the cause and results of civili-
should be preparing for the worst, St Johns river will eventually destroythe manners were distasteful, if not obnox- zation. There has been a sudden decadence -
rather than finding fault with my steamboat trade of the river. Thisis ious, to Americans. Our sympathieswere of bigotry, of dogmatism, of
neighbors. not a wise nor a practical conclusion. wholly French. The change is the old bitter antagonism between
I.:will not use emphatic words, usu- The fact is patent that wherever thereis due, probably, to the increased famil- sects. Men are at last finding out that
ally represented ,.in print, by dashes, a respectable navigable river the iarity of our educated classes, through Christ did not come to teach them to
unless in times of riot or great public carrying trade will], to a large extent, travel, with European life and their burn, shoot, torture, anathematize or
!excitement, such, as might be occasioned keep ,within the limits. The dense consequent disgust with the crude even quarrel with their brother be-
at moving-time by myself and population on the St. Johns river, and newness of things at home. Like cause he did not agree with them
a cook stove falling down two flightsof the counties bordering on it, in timeto Ruskin, they want ruins and repose about insignificant dogmas, but to I
stairs. come will require the capacity of and all that they imply in the land love and help him. Hence, Catholic, t
I will not whistle in a low sad tone both steamboats and railroads to carry they live in. Hence the growing desire Jew, Episcopalian and Presbyterianare I
side side in \
in' the hearing of a personal friend or the beef produce and goods of all description to call England our Old Home hospitals standing and asylums by ,, and building in the
total l stranger ((1 made this resolution that will be required to sus- and to claim a part ownership in its struggle with drunkenness, prostitution -
j just after a literary friend in whose tain the population. In addition to ancient civilization.A poverty and crime.
f presence I was accustomed to sit, had this, this magnificent river will always still more singular whim of these There are many other remarkable
struck me in the head with a large alterations in the features of our pub
require first-class steamers to meet the latter days is the universal hunger for
bronze paper-weight.) lic and social life, but this is the most
pleasure of the traveling publip. By gossip, personal detailed gossip, concerning -
I will still divide with my neighbor significant of them all and will be the
if he has a. fruit, tree or watermelon the time a, man travels a thousand .,individuals, whether noted or most enduring in iU effects.Phiadely
parch and I have none. milei to get to the St. Johns river ho insignificant appetite that ii frank a JPr*f.'i' '

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: 1 1E. and when the gelatine is dissolved, good cook pure lard furnishes a puff* ladona,digitalis,ergot, hyoscyamus,lobelia

!iV" = S f strain. Add the coffee, strain without paste an inch or more in thickness, nux vomica, nicotine, stramonium
: A.
___ u pressing,the flannel bag, and set in a while lard of 95 deg. melting point veratrum viride, veratrum album,

wet mould to form. When you are yields a tough, ,hard crust, unbreakable (white helleboreand veratrine: Cause'

,..""., RECIPES.- ready to serve it,turn out carefully on by a spoon. I have purposely had vomiting by giving a teaspoonful of

t" ;. SUGAR COOKIES.-One egg,one cup a flat dish and heap whipped cream experiments made under my supervision ground mustard, and abundant

', : of sugar, half a cup of sour milk, half about the base.LETTUCE with lards of various melting draughts of warm water ; give strongtea

;, ,I teaspoonful of soda, one tablespoonful SALAD.Wash the lettuce points, and the rise in the crust was or coffee and powdered charcoal ;

,/', r of lard. Flour to knead. faithfully, and pick out the best pieces, exactly proportioned with the rise of give stimulant and demulcent drinks ;

.: v MOLASSES GINGERBREAD; -One i. e., the whitest and crispest leaves, the melting point of the lard employed.It apply warmth to the extremities; the

t' t'- i ,- cup of molasses, one teaspoonful of soda for the table. Do this just before din- is a noticeable fact that pure lardis recumbent position should be main-

I ,half a cup of water, one tablespoonful ner is served and leave in ice water always solidifies with a crinkle sur- tained.

r : of lard, ginger, salt and flour to until it is wanted. Line a salver witha face, while shop lard is perfectly For caustic ammonia, caustic potassa -

roll. small napkin and turn the lettuceon smooth." and caustic soda: give vinegar, oil

Ii: it. Tear the leaves into smaller BROWN r.IUFFINs.-Three and milk.
t MOLASSES COOKIES.-One egg half, even cups
pieces daintily and lay in the salad of Graham Flour of For all the compounds and prepara-
>:;'. a cup of sugar, half cup of molasses, one even cup
one heaping teaspoonful of soda, one bowl. Scatter salt, pepper and white white flour, four cups of milk, four ta- tions of lead : Give epsom salts freely,

I t+ tablespoonful of vinegar, salt and gin sugar over and among them ; when I blespoonsful of yeast, one tablespoonful dissolved in water ; then cause vomit-

t. ger. Flour to roll. they are ready for seasoning pour on of butter, two tablespoonsful of ing by giving a teaspoonful of ground

two three of salad oil brown of salt. mustard and abundant draughts of
I I CREAM: SPONGE CAKE.-One cup of or spoonsful sugar, one tablespoonful
and double the of Rub butter and add warm water ; give milk or demulcent
; quantity vinegar ; sugar together ;
sugar, one and a half cups of flour, two
toss, still daintily, with a salad fork the milk; sift the flour, white and dd n gs.
: half of half tea-
:.... eggs, a cup cream, a For carbolic acid, muriatic acid, nitric -
and spoon until the dressing is impar- brown with the salt ; make a hole in
spoonful of cream tartar, one-fourth ofa
tially distributed,and pass the bowl at the middle, stir in the milk and then acid, sulphuric acid, cobalt, creo-
teaspoonful of soda. Flavor with
)!I,- lemon. once. Salad dressed in this way and the yeast; beat well set to rise over sote, nitro-muriatic acid, iodine and its

eaten before the crisp succulence of night and bake in small tins in a good preparations, croton oil, oil of penny-

'. ITALIAN MUSTARD.-Take two- the lettuce is destroyed by the vinegaris oven. Let the batter stand in the royal, savin, tansy and rue, phosphous,

thirds of a teacup of finely ground and tin and its Give whiteof
compounds :
quite a di fieri en t thing from the tins in a warm place twenty minutes
mustard, one tea-spoonful of sugar, or flour mixed with water
wilted greens often passed under the before going into the oven. eggs ;
half a tablespoonful of salt, two table then cause vomiting by giving a tea-
much It should :
perverted name. nev- FRIED l\Iu8H.-One heaping of
." spoonsful:; of butter, yolks of eggs, and cup spoonful of ground mustard and abun-
er be touched with the knife in pre- Indian meal, one quart of boiling wa-
one teacup of vinegar ; stir well, and dant draughts of warm water give
and in You send
paring eating. may ter and one cup of cold, in which stira
add the whites of the beaten to a
eggs soapsuds chalk or soda with
around crackers and cheese with it. teaspoonful of salt-a full one. Stir strong ,
froth. Set the dish in a kettle of hot milk demulcent drinks of flaxseed or
.. BOILED CHICKEN RICE. Pre the meal with cold into
ON wet up water
water and cook, stirring all the while, slippery elm.
the fowl for bind in the of and cook
pare as roasting, pot boiling water one
till the compound becomes thick. If For antimony and its compounds,
piece of mosquito net; put into a pot hour, stirring up from the bottom once
thick add
too vinegar.
and its compounds and
of boiling water and cook twelve min- in a while. Wet muffin tins in cold copper ,mercury
HOMINY BOILED WITH MILK.-One its compound*, zinc and its compounds :
-, utes to the pound. Half an hour before water and fill with the mush overnight
cupful of small hominy, one quart of Give white of or flour mixed
,, it of In the the stiffened -
I'- taking up, dip up a cupful morning slip
boiling water, salted. One cupful of with water ; then cause vomiting by
liquor from the pot, strain it aid set it shapes out, flour them well and
':" milk, salt to taste. Wash the hominyin giving a teaspoonful of ground mus
in ice-cold water to throw up the grease. fry in hot drippings.
two waters and stir it into the boil- tard and abundant draughts of warm
Skim this off and the of
season cup CREAMED EGGS. Break
ing water. Cook half, an hour (in a many water ; give tea or strong coffee, soda
broth with and salt sharply. into buttered it will
:J farina kettle of course) drain off all pepper eggs a pie plate as with milk, demulcent drinks of flax-
Have ready two cupfuls of rice which hold without crowding each other.
r 1 the water that will come away,add'the seed or slippery elm.
has been boiled ten minutes and then
with and salt and
milk, already heated,and-cook half an Sprinkle pepper puta For prussic acid and its compounds, I
drained. Mix this with the skimmed
bit of butter each. Have
.; hour longer. Eat with cream, and, if on readya oil of bitter almonds (also water of),
broth and cook in farina kettle until
a ot hot milk in which has been
t like choral hydrate and chloroform : Apply
you sugar. -
the rice is tender. Shake the kettle cooked for one minute a teaspoonful
-; ; and'vasb cold effusions to the head give
now and then, but do not put a spoon corn starch, or, better yet, of arrow- .
y the celery, cut it into inch lengths and stimulants; apply mustard poultice to
into the.rice. When all the broth is with cold Pour
root, wet water.
up the stomach wash with spirits of cam-
cook ten minutes in boiling salted wa- ;
absorbed, stir in very lightly a table- this, a spoonful at a time, about the
ter. Turn this off and cover with phor or vinegar; arouse the patient ;
of butter and little minced
spoonful a and bake in
raw eggs, a quick oven un-
c.; give plenty of fresh air artificial res-
cold water. As this reaches the boil, ;
with beaten Cook
parsely a one Five minutes
egg. til the eggs are fairly set.
< drain it 'oS and pour in a cup of milk, minute. and take from the fire. Spreadthe should do it. Send to table at piration.For .
in bit of soda not larger cotton root and its preparations,
dropping a rice two inches deep in the bottomof once in the pie plate.
than a grain of corn ; heat and stir in a hot platter and settle the boiled ether and compound spirits of ether;;

a tablespoonful of butter rolled in flour, chicken in the middle. For gravy, Poison and Antidote. sulphurets of the alkalies : Cause vomiting

pepper and salt and stew gently five heat another cupful of rice, strain and Poisons are now so common on the by giving a teaspoonful of ground

,, minutes longer. As you scrape and : add'a tablespoonful of butter cut up i farm where they are now used in the mustard and abundant draughts of

.. cut the celery drop.each'pie e into cold in one of flour, and when it thicken, i fight with noxious animal''' and vegetable warm water ; apply cold effusions;

water to keep it white. salt and pepper, a beaten egg and growth, as well as for other purposes wash with spirits of camphor; arouse

COFFEE JELLy.-One package of minced parsely. Cook ten minutes that it is well to know how to fight the patient ; give plenty of fresh air;

send to the table in a boat. the poisons themselves. artificial respiration.
t gelatine, soaked'or four hours in cold For all preparations of cocculus in-
LARD AND PUFF PASTE.-Mr. A. For arsenic and its compounds:
it inch' "
water enough to cover an deep dicus. colchicum cannabis indica,hem- 1.1

when it is put in,; two cups of clear, Percy Smith, of Rugby, in a letter to Cause vomiting by giving a teaspoonful lock, opium and its, preparations and J

black coffee, two cups of white sugar, the Chemical News, says: 'The melt- of ground mustard and abundant santonine : Cause vomiting by giving ,:'-,.'

two of boiling water. When the ing point of lard-112 deg. FAhrenheit draughts of warm water; then give a teaspoonful of ground mustard and '
-is of the highest importancewhen hydrated oxyde'of iron, dialyzed ironor abundant draughts of warm water; )\
? gelatine has soaked, long enough, put I. give strong cold tea or coffee; apply .f
it i is used for making pastry. magnesia in abundance, followedby '
.- \ into bowl and _
it with the sugar a large cold effusions ; keep the patient in constant .:
,,', let them stand for half an hour. Stir The quality of the crust materially oil, milk or mucilaginous drinks. motion ; give demulcent drinks :-j

it. In the hands of For all of aconite bel- of flaxseed elm.
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J hen house and begin to rattle the eggs to the amount of ;200,000 dozen, in describing a good and profitable I

: J shells and the hens are all after me; and in the year 1883 the'United States cow_ who said that he never saw a

.n :,, will leave their food, no matter how imported no less than 11,928,784 dozen good cow but she possessed certain

'0 Hens as Fertilizers. good, for the shells. The Leghorns eggs, valued at $1,808,450. well defined characteristics, and from 1

tifi -' will fight like good ones,if they do these he could go into a stable con-
i ,' In an agricultural report for Massachusetts Regularity in the care and feedingof
not have all l they want. When I do taining twenty or thirty cows and pick
,: we have the testimony of poultry is of the utmost importance.When I
,. f not have shells sufficient for them, I out the best there was among them. A
Mr. Kenny, of Worcester, that from the usual feeding time of the
J ''; keep plaster before them at all times good cow would invariably, he said, be *
.. sev.enty-five'hens. made in one : chickens arrives if not
year you are on
"" i ', which seems to satisfy their wants.- built like a wedge, being heavy aft and i
$250 worth of American, guano. His hand with the usual food they worry.
Poultry-Keeper. light forward, with a long nose, nar-
.. main object in keeping hens was for their efforts in
., They cease own a meas-
row across the horns, wide across the
the purpose of dressing his land. Use No Lime With Poultry Manure, ure and stand idle and expectant. hips, with a small tail and very fine

.s..... Formerly he bought many cords of unless in small proportion and with at Every approach, they think is that of limbs. In addition to the above, she
: manure to dress two acres of land. He their with his and
.: o least dry earth in equal quantity with keeper pail long- should have a thin neck and thin nose,

now cultivates eleven acres without the manure. An excellent way to : handled spoon. Every disappointmentadds not a blunt, stubby! nose-with a big
buying a cent's worth of manure. He their and uneasiness -I
.... manage the droppings in a poultry- to impatience belly' ,big back,and good teats Speakers -
'" keeps hiss hens confined the year round; house so as to preserve the manurein and they are, in fact, fast losing who followed Mr. Murphy in the

F.. he is very careful to give them clean, I the ,best manner, is to scatter fine flesh and going back on you. discussion above of, confirmed his description -

wholesome food, and to keep their air-slacked lime over the newly cleaned as being accurate in its
application -

house covered clean with and'three sweet.or four The inches floor of i is and floor also (which over the should perches be,of by earth which) ( .!LIIV!!!:!: ; !E', ,!.!$i:T;iO!c j' 'K; .. owned or to known.superior cows they had

gravel, and the droppings carefully .
lice are kept away; when the manureis
and frequently removed, and kept dry. gathered and removed, at least every The Age of Horses.A EXFOKTS OF STOCK.-According to
At the end of the he had one the late report of the chief of the bureau -
year horse's life with moderate
week, an equal quantity of fine earthis care
hundred and fifty bushels of droppings, added to it, and if convenient abouta and good usage is protracted to 25, 35, of statistics the total values of the
making one ton in weight, which he exports of cattle, hogs, beef, pork and
fourth part of its bulk of plaster, or 4Q years. gentleman at Dulwich,
and mixed and dairy products from the United States
with three
pulverized London had the monuments of
and it is put in barrels or boxes and near ,
one-half of loam and little during the month of November, 18 35,
tons a
poor who
covered from rain. It is then an excellent three horses severally died in his
of Paris. He then had four and for the eleven months ended
plaster fertilizer, deficient only in pot- possession at the ages of 35, 37, and t

and one-half tons of guano, which he ash, which may be added in the form of 39 years. The oldest, it is to be remarked November 30, IH85, also of dairy products
testifies is better than for the seven months ending the
any imported wood ashes. When lime is added to was in a carriage the very

article he has tried. He sows it on any manure which contains free am- day he died, strong and vigorous, but same, as compared with similar products

l the ground, uses it in a solid or liquid monia it drives it off and it is lost; was carried off in a spasmodic colic, to during the corresponding peri- I

,:: form, in a hill, and everywhere it is a when lime is added to any substance which he was subject. AtChesham, in ods of the preceeding year were as ,
success. The experience of Mr. Kin- follows: November, 1885, $6,408,841;
containing inert nitrogen this is Birminghamshire, there was a horse '
ney is certainly worthy of thought. If changed into active and soluble ni- 36 years old, which exhibited no 1884,$7,283,121. Eleven months ended
the excrements of birds the coasts November 30, 1885, $85,235,9471884; ,
trates, and thus lime is a most valua- symptoms of debility nor any external
of Africa and South America of $85,215,441. Dairy products for the i ise.en
.',." '"' are ble substance for making composts.- signs of age, except being nearly cov-
,1'sufficIent' value to import to this coun- New York Times. ered with warts. It was remarkablewith months endtd November 30, ?,

try, we cannot see why we may not ....... regard to this four footed Nestor 1885, $8,041,116; 1834, $11,810,230. I

use with profit the droppings of fowls Poultry Hatched Artificially.At that when an unusually hard day's Kindness to Animals. :

raised in our own land. a late meeting of the Massachusetts work was required he was chosen as Gentleness, like charity, is twice

Hens properly fed and cared for State Board of Agriculture, the never failing in what was expected of. blessed-the effects of which on the f

.'/.. will return' one hundred per cent. session closed with a lecture by James him. A horse named Wonder, for- animals around the homestead are

profit above their cost of keeping in Rankin, of South Easton, on the rear merly belonging to the riding school at scarcely less noticeable than upon the

.. .\ eggs alone,and when we add their meat ing of poultry by..:artificial methods.Mr. Woolwich, may be quoted as living to family of your household. No man

producing power, and lastly fertilizing Rankin gave a history of hi 40 years. Mr. Cully, in his "Observa- can be truly kind to the latter without

capacity, who will say that they are poultry experience for the past twenty tions on Live Stock' ," mentions one he letting his cattle feel the influence of :

not profitable to keep? years, particularly in the use of incu knew which lived to 47 years, havingall his spirit. Soft words and kind looks

.. ----- bators. At first the hen beat the ma- that time a ball in his neck receivedin turn away wrath among cattle as 1
I : iins
How to Prevent from Eating chine, but recently has been ableto the battle of Preston Pans in the re- among mankind. Harshness has its 1
) ,
: Eggs. hatch and rear more poultry by artificial bellion of 1735, which was extractedat curse in the hatred which the ''brutebeasts" i
The method I take well be
,. can means than is possible with his death in 1758 ; thus,judging himto feel, though they cannot utter :

practiced with people who do not keep natural mothers. ,He has artificial be four years old at the time he re- their scorn, except in occasional kicks :
poultry in very large flocks; that is, brooders which will take the chickens .!
ceived the wound (and it is probablehe or bites, and by "general ugliness, as
give them all the egg shells they care from their mothers the heat and J
own was more), he must at the death it is called.

.to eat, three or four times a fortnight. patience being more uniform with the have been 47. But even these vener- An ear of corn, or a little salt, or a 1
\ It seems to be a certain amount of .
artificial than with the natural breeder.
ables were mere babies to the large lock of hay, or even a kind look or
; lime that they need. When my hens His hatch varies from 3,000 to horse of the Mersey and Irwell Navi- gentle action, such as patting your

,, run' at large during' the summer they 5,000 chickens and dvcks per year, gation, which was well known to have horse, has influence more or less in
:.:= find all that is for the
necessary formation and finds the business
.. very profitableas been in his 62d year when he died.- making your appearance always a
: = of their'egg shells; but in winter, he manages it, amounting to a profitof Western Sportsman. source of pleasure to the animals
,: :/ when in confinement, they need lime in several thousand dollars ,. .
per year. around you. It is a cheap luxurythis
some form. Therefore, in the summer Marks of a Good Cow.
the brute beasts
rendering com- <<
months, I keep all the shells to feed EGOS AND POULTRY.-In 1880 the In one of the discussions held at the
"c fortable around your homesteand.
them in the winter; ,also when I sell United States produced $50,000,000worth International Dairy Fair in New York .

.' eggs at the hotel I speak for'the egg of poultry, and France, a coun- last year, considerable was said in regard An Indiana farmer claims that a

,<, shells back. Feeding these shells not try infinitely smaller in territory, produced to the external characteristics of single vine the past season yielded

only prevents them from eating their just twice as much, '$100,000- the cow as determining her milking eighteen pumpkins, the aggregate

:' 1:! eggs, but makes' the shells of the eggs 000. capacity. The discussion on this point weight of which was 1,467 pounds, ,an

'.-..'c tough. 'My Leghorns. are great lay- During nine months recently, the grew out of a remark made by Mr. average of upwards of eighty-one

'. hand; in winter let me enter the port of New York received foreign Howard Murphy, a Maine dairyman, Bounds each. .


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'I 4lorithi Owing i to the pressure-of other duties, Elsewhere in this.paper will found Editors Florida Dispatch : -.

'c JACKSONVILLE: JAN. II,-1886. which require all his time and attention, the. card_ of D. D: Rogers & Co., deal- Admitting the value of a rank

,..... D. REDMOND- Editor-. our late Associate Jpol. D.; H. ELLIOTT, ers in Metalic Building supplies at 74 growth of pea-vines in our orange

'. CHAS: W.. DaCOSTA, .Proprietor. feels'c compelled withdraw from all West Bay. street,. this city. This new groves, both as a mulch and green

Subscription. $2.00 per annum,in advance., editorial connection with our paper firm makes a specialty of these suppliesand manure, will you kindly tell me whatis
the best time for the. vines
RA'1'ES'OF ADVERTISING.., after this date. We resign Colonel meets a want long felt in this State. under for fertilizing and
I Si"Parable in advance unless otherwise con purposes,
tracted. Elliott with regret, and wish him suc- The gentlemen comprising the firm oblige your subscriber, C. T.;

I I PACE.1wEERe I 1 KO. g MO. 6 MO. 1 YEAR cess in all useful and progressive labors are active, reliable business men, and
I REPLY. The best time.
lsgr_ 1200 1600 $1200 S1600 $2200 and enterprises. all in need of Corrugated Iron, fire very
2 850 1050 21(10 2s 00 as 00u turn your pea-vines under, is just after
.col... 600 ItS 00 00 00 48W 6100 proof iron shutters'or other metalic
1 800 2100 4d au 6400 ,85 00 they have blossomed, and show signsof
12 1200 $000 120u 8600 12800 The Fruit Exchange.The I building supplies, will do well to give
1400 4200 tit OU 112W) 15000 forming pods. The time when a
, l, US 00 51 00 108 U" 144 00 19200 last regular meeting of the them a call. They are also State
plant has reached its maximum growth,
A AUTHORIZED GEN7'82b present Board of Directors of the Agents for the celebrated Van Noor-
receive Subscriptions:: to this Paper: is the best to bury it in the soil. ,No
BUBNEK& Co.,57 and 59 Ludgate Hill, London Florida Fruit Exchange was held at den & Co., Metal\ Shingles.
;England.AUKUICAM:" new material is gained by delay, and
: NEWS: Co.,New York. theExchange on Wednesday morning,
I WKHTEKN NEWS Co.:,Chicago,111. take
!: FLORIDA FRUIT: EXCHANGE. objectionable changes may placein
W. L. aiMfl.Interlacben, Fla. 6th inst. Those of the directorspresent
P. O. UPDKQRAFF: &0''Co., Irvington, Ind. -- few days since, the Fruit_ Exchange the distribution of materials in the. ,
"Messrs. I
were George R. Fair-
8PKLVAL CLUB RATES received notice that the sales of or- different parts of the plant. An an- I
We have made arrangements. with the pub banks, of Fernandina; T. C. Lanier, ,
Usher+and will club THE: : DISPATCH:: with anges by its agents at Chicago, New nual plant like corn, at the time it
of Sumter W. E. Stanton
any of the iollowing publications, which will county; ,
be mailed promptly upon receipt of price, lor of Putnam D. Greenleaf and York, Boston and other places had tassels and silks, will contain nutri-
ONE THE YEAH.FLORIDA,DISPATCH Regular Club been from $2.50 to S3.37J per box tive matter for a horse, distributedvery
D. G.
AND Price. Rate. Ambler, of Jacksonville. Vice- I
American AKrlculturlst.-....._. 1.50 $2.00 #.du during the past week. The returns uniformly through all its parts,
..........._ President Fairbanks presided. The
Atlautlo Constitution. 1.50 :2tJU :3.00:
here commission merchants stems and leaves. When it reaches
Atlantic Monthly Magazine...... 4.00 2.00 4.70 sent by
Country Uentleman....._. ........ &50 2.00 3.50 time for the annual meeting of the ;
Century Magzme......................-. 4.00 2.00 5.00 stockholders for the first from the same places are put down at full maturity, however, nearly all its
Detroit Freerress....._......_...._ 1.00 2.00 2.76 was set
Electric Magazine.......*............... 5.00 2.00 6..:.'.) Tuesday in February at which time $2.25 to $3 per box. Fruitgrowersshould nutritive matter is concentrated in the
............. ,
Florida Weekly_Times. 1.00 2.00 2.50
the difference in these If buried in the first state therefore
Family story Paper................... 3.00 2.00 '3.75 officers will be elected to serve for the note ear. -
Funk Le lies?111.oWeekly.. .._ :3.00: 2.00 ,3.75 prices. : its fertilizing properties for the _
: .......? 4.00 2.00 4.7Fl'Iink ensu ,ng year. General Manager Ives _
Leslie's: Pop. Monthly..... 3.00 2.00 4JOO plant, (which are much the same as
Frank LeIUe'8 uud'y'blag'zlnel.oo: 2.001.00 will at that also render his
Golden i>a>8............................... :3.00: :2.00 3.7o meeting THEY DO NOT LOVE THE MAN\ ANDBROTHER. those for the horse,) are more uniformly -
Harper's Illustrated Weekly.... 4.00 2.00 1.7Harper' annual report of the first year's .-The Northern hotel
Illustrated! Bazar........ 4.00 2.00 4.75 distributed through thesoil
Harper's 111. Vouug reople....... 2.U) 2.00 3.00 business of the Exchange. keepers do not like the idea of enter-
Harpers Monthly Magazine...... 4.00 2.00 4.70 than in the second case, where the fer- .
Llpplncott's Monthly Magazine 3.00 2.00 3.7o colored The Jubilee
Nebraska\ Fanner..............._...... 1.00 2.00 2.76 taining guests. tilizing action is confined mainly to
North American ttevlew............ 5.00 2.00 5.75 A New Florida Singers of Fisk University were
New York Weekly sun.............. 1.00 200: 2.50 Daily. that portion of the soil in contact with
Mew York: Weekly Herald........ 1.00 2.00 2.50 About the 15th inst. Mr. John P. refused admission to the hotels of
NevrVork Weekly Tribune...... L25: '2.00 2.73 the seed. In the second place, the
New York Weekly Times....__ 1.00 2.00 2.50 Varnum, well known in Florida Troy, New York, on Wednesday.The .
New York Weekly World....... i.uO 2.00 2.50 whole plant rots more readily when .
Popular Science Monthly.......... 5.00 2.00 6.75 journalism, will begin at Jacksonvillethe manager of the company says
Philadelphia WeeklyTimes..1.00 2.00 5L50 its rich conteuts are diffused throughall
Rural Calliornlan.......;................ 1.50 2.00 2.50 publication of a new morning that it is with the greatest difficultythat
southern Cultl vator..................1.50 2.00 2.75 its parts, than when they are con-
Scientific Awerl in................... 3.20 2.00 4.25 newspaper, to be called the Jacksonville he can find accommodation for
Saturday lght.._.............:........3.00 2.00 3.75 centrated in the grain. Dry corn
........... his in the of the
Savannah Weekly News. 1.25 2.00 2.50 Morning News. The new troupe majority
bouthern Bivouac...................... 2.00 2.00 3.00 paper stalks may remain under-ground for
, Southern Live Stock Journal.- 2.UO 2.00 2.75 will have an exceptionally brilliantstaff' Northern towns and cities.
Bt, Mcholatt...................<.._....... 3.00 2.00 4.00 months-the grain will rot in a few

'r The_ (ticrlbneirH Century)Monthly................Magazine.......-.....- 4.00 2.00 5.00 of writers, a full supply of Press A GENUINE AGRICULTURAL COL- weeks, and the green stalk, like the
Waverly Magazine.................... 4.00 2.00 5.00 despatches and other facilities of live LEG .-One of the most beautiful effects grain will also rot in a short time.
The above are among the very best publications -
,although we are able to club with oth- journalism. It will be printed on new I of the labor system in agricultural Whenever, therefore, it is desired that
ers. Write us for terms with any other paperor
heeriully periodical'quote, not club In rates.this list, and we shall type, and Mr. Varnum has made arrangements college, says the Speculum, of the the crop turned under should act )

Remittances should be sent by Check by which the forms will is the it
Money-Order. Postal Note or Registered, Letter Michigan Agricultural College, seen promptly ,upon ensuing one, .
,addressed to. printed upon the superior pressesof in its influence on the students. There should by all means be turned under

O. W. DaCOSTA.1 Anr r\igvtT.,. "'. FleA Mr. C. W. DaCosta and folded with I. is to be found no such thing as casteor when green and succulent. In the

his folding machine, the first steam- aristocracy; all are on an equality; case of peas and< ,indeed of most plants

"SAND-SPURS" "SPURGRASS""RocKACHAWB. folder ever used in Florida. The news "worth makes the man," and a degreeof used for the purpose in question e

."-Do not next summer office will be in the same building with hearty good feeling and friendshipexists period of flowering is that which best

, allow any seed of this field pestto the FLORIDA DISPATCH and the
among all the students, such as realizes all the conditions laid down,

, ripen or mature. Kill the whole Western Union Telegraph Company'soffices. is found in few other colleges. and it is best to turn under as soon as

I plant as soon as it shows flower-heads. The rates of advertising will ...... a few small pods are to be found.ED. .-

r be moderate and the subscription price Jacksonville, St. Augustine and '..
eight dollars ,
per year. -\
are particularly, desiredfor The the 1st inst., the Jacksonville, .
new paper is needed and has
-our new volume. We aim to give and West Com-
Tampa Key Railway
an ample field. Journalism in Jack- TOIAToES.-Peter Henderson found
our readers the most concise and relia- took formal of the
sonville is not confined to the narrow pany possession tomatoes. selling i in London last August
ble information on all subjects within Jacksonville St and Halifax J
limits that hedge other Southern cities at $6 per bushel: In the clouded

the scope of our .paper..... about; its field is the.entire State, and River Railroad and General climate .England tomatoes, are (

OUR WINTER- WEATHER.-"All that one of the_ most prosperous. The Bentley sued: the following circular: largely grown under glass.; .hence
the envious and splenatic attacks on News should have a handsome pat J., T. & K. W. RY ., ) their cost. Selected, fruit from our
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Florida and malicious own fields, better that the greenhouse '
by ignorant
ronage. JACKSONVILL, FLA., Jan. 1,1886)

I writers are rendered innocuous by this ...- The Jacksonville, St.Augustine and production, can be. raised at a profit I

glorious winter weather. To, see and ELEVEN THOUSAND: Six HUNDREDAND Halifax River Railway becomes today for $1 per bushel, and Mr. Hender

feel is to believe. The land agents FORTY-THREE ORANGES-From! a part of the J., T. and K. W. son suggests in the American Garden \

, and speculators may ,exaggerate the one tree on ,Mr.\ E. B.Sparkman's :System. Mr. W. L. Crawford is appointed that with refrigerating chambers in i lour

beauties of'their locations,. but they place, sixteen, miles. east" ,of Tampa, wise ordered superintendent.all employs{Jntil will other-con ocean stermers, tomatoes might be j

cannot magnify the, climate, the sun- there. were gathered 11,643 oranges by tinue.to. report Mr. Crawford;. profitably exported. Here may be: a ,

, ihine, and the balmy .air.-Times- actual, count This, is$ the largest ... (Gv. W 'BENTLEY, fortune for the man who first strike. f f

ITnfon. yield} from a tingle tree ever recorded.: General Manager.o. this new market.r.r. .1 l.1I

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New. Publications.' Florida for Cattle. Admiration for Woman. From the Farm Journal.Be .

Twelve Years' in Florida. With The Times-Union says the one great Every man of sense and refinement careful of the lantern-Collect

some Relevant Rambling Remarks trouble in Colorado and the West is admires a woman as a woman; but a nice big pile of poultry manure for

Regarding the State as it now appears' that blizzards and heavy snows destroyso when she steps out of Hhis character, the garden. This is rich in plant

id a Pioneer of)7 4. A quaint, humorous : many cattle. In iddle and West a thousand things that in their appropriate food because the fowls] are fed rich

truthful picture of Florida as it I Florida there are millions of acres that sphere would be admired be- food, such as meat, wheat, corn, clo-

is-:-full _of drollery, and overflowing .could be successfully put into grazing come disgusting and offensive. The ver hay and kitchen scraps.-Seed that
with information. Send for it; ad..' lands for the'support of cattle in the appropriate character of a woman demands has been kept over or bought from

.dressing the author, L. R. Tuttle, winter where they would fatten and the delicacy of appearance and seedsmen should be tested to ascertain

..Jacksonville, Fla. be free from cold troubles. Why don't manners, refinement of sentiment, gen- what proportion of it.will grow.-For

Hamilton College, Clinton, New some cattle company make that region tleness of speech, modesty in feeling steady, effective work use a light axe
York.. Seventy-fourth Annual Catalogue winter quarters for its stock ? Rail- arid action,a shrinking from notorietyand and a short handle. The axe should

of the Officers and Students for road transportation would soon adjust public gaze, aversion to all that is weigh two and half to three pounds;

c the Academic Year, 188586.We itself to it, and the animals would be coarse and rude, and an instinctive abhorrence the handle should be about twenty-six

return.. thanks to our old and 'so far on the way East.. of all that tends to indelicacyand inches long.-Early crops that mature

kind friend, Prof. Edward North, L. A MONSTER PUMPKIN.-A mam- impurity, either in principle or about the same time should be plantednear

H. ,D., for a copy of the above Catalogue moth exhibition pumpkin was received action. These are the traits whichare together so that the ground may
which to note ) admired and for in be cleared at the time for
(we are pleased Tuesday from a Morris county farmer sought a same a second
furnishes every evidence of the prog.. by the Agricultural Department at woman. crop. Just what, and where, and
reES and prosperity of the high institution how much of each crop is to be planted
Washington. The weighed
of learning with which he has pumpkin LONG TRAIN.-A single locomotiveon can be determined now and time
;been so long and honorably connected.The 133 pounds and measured six feet in the Louisville, New Orleans and and worry saved in the Spring. Putit
I circumference. A plaster cast will be Texas the other
railway day pulled
Silver Question. By Wm. M. all down on then won't
paper you
made from it and exhibiin -
placed on into New Orleans train
.Stewart of San Francisco Cal. Received a containing
forget it.-I have noticed that it is no
the museum. Another New Jersey 141 The total of the
too late for extended notice. cars. weight for
uncommon thing country villagesto
farmer sent to Dr. H. R. Branham
train and
American Settler is was over 7,250,000 pounds, be supplied with fruit and
a weekly paper, vegeta-
chief of the seed division a turnip I
it mile The dis-
was nearly a l
published in London, intended as a long. bles from the city market. I have
weighing! seven and a quarter pounds, tance traversed 121 miles and the
was ,
-Guide to Emigration from EuropeAnd often taken garden produce to the vil-
which he said raised from Gov-
time consumed twelve hours and
,Settlement in North America. forty- lage store and have seen it eagerly
vernment seed sent to him last May six minutes.
'Tha Settler generally gives Florida by Congressman Ferrell. bought up by farmers' wives.Thereis

ample space and consideration, and CELERy.-Kalamazoo, Mich., is a great deal of goojl farming to be
the issue for December 26, is a special A RARE RAILROAD ACCIDENT noted for producing immense quantities learned through the proper use of a

Florida edition, quite profusely illus Bridgewater (Mass.,) Independent, of celery. The total area in the platform scale.-The largest room on

.trated with characteristic Florida says: "A peculiar accident occurredat vicinity of that city devoted to grow the averaga farmer's premises is the

.scenes, and such full, fair and candid the South Abington Station Thurs- ing the vegetable is said to be about room for improvement.-Bran and

:statements in regard to our climate, day, one that was never heard of in 1,200 acres, requiring the labor of cotton-seed meal are the best forms in

soil, production,'&c.,&c., as will.doubtless railroading before. The Brockton some 2,500 persons. The total yearly which to buy phosphate.-Strength ii
materially influence .English immigration Branch train, when running round product is about 750 car loads. what the breeders want, more than ;
to our favored :State. Colonies the Y curve,jumped the rails, caused -....... -- fat.-A horse is not fully matured un-

are now being formed for Flor by their spreading, ran quite a distance GOOD SWEET POTATO CRop.Sometime till six years of age. Immature animals

ida, and the Settler is''aiding in the I on the sleepers, and then, striking since, the Monticello (Fla.) Con- are often over-taxed and their

good work very efficiently. We still a patent switch, took to the rails i stitution said that Mr. J. J. Walker future usefulnes3 discounted. -The

have ample room and verge enoughfor again in good style, without doing the raised on one acre of land on his place man who says wheel-hoes are of no account -

all worthy and industrious people, r slightest damage to the train, merely 611 bushels of sweet potatoes. The don't know how to use them.-
.and shall hail the arrival of all such giving the passengers a good shakingup. acre was divided into fifty-two rows, A little head-work now will save much

with great satisfaction .,. 110 feet long, and the average yield of hand-work in in the garden latter on.
The Rural Californian,for January, EUCALYPTUS NOT ANTIMALARIAL.Dr. each row was eleven and three-fourth .
.comes to us'with a new cover and engraved Bonavia, of the Lucknow Horticultural bushels. The potatoes are of monster
title-page,.the design and execution Gardens, has but little faithin size and of the Spanish Yam variety. .
Titusville Star's St. Lucie correspondent : -
of ,which evince much taste the statements as to the suitabilityand We do not believe there is a countryin
and skill. We wish our very able and:; value of the Eucalyptus Globulus the world that can beat this yield. says: "The cold wave ,of the 7th
attractive contemporary the fullest: inst, has done very little damage here,
in swampy and marshy districts. The JL
success. although the thermometer at sunrise,
results of his experience with the tree Charles Dickens's daughter,Mamie,
was 32 degrees. Ice formed as thickas
Inquiries.Will confirm the unfavorable results that relates that she was often in the room
a of glass, and strange to
you or some of your sub. have also been obtained with it in with her father when he was compos- say
cocoanuts and show
:scribers kindly inform me what kind Italy, and he is surprised that it ing his books, and that he acted his pineapple plants
little of frost. It the
sign was
of cutter is best for gathering oranges, should ever, have been deemed fitted to characters in the process of creating very
heaviest that I have in
:.:and where the same may be obtained? discharge the efficacious and salutary them, literally living in his works seen
Very truly, A. I. D. functions that have Seen so universally while writing them, and turning his twenty-seen years' residence on Indian
San ,Antonio, Fla. claimed on its behalf.WIDESPREAD creations into breathing realities, with ,, river, to.do. so little damage."
k .
Can you send,report of Fruit Grow ... with whom he, wept and with whomhe
ers1 Association? I. A. I. AVARICE.-Rufus rejoiced.Ex. In feeding your animals, do not for

[No special reports of the Fruit Hatch lately said to a Wall street reporter get that, the jicher the,feed the better

Growers' Association have recently ; "Nobody goes for thousands Twenty-seven States ot the Union the manure. This is an old saying,

.been published.-ED.] nowadays, and hundreds are not so have already secured ,l locations for the and generally true. The scarcest elements ]

: Can any one who has used tobacco so much as 'mentioned. 'There's mil exhibit of their products at.the Lon- however, in manure, are the

t sterna on pine land groves give me the 1 j I lions,,in it, or nothing worth.- striving don Exposition, to open in May. phosphate of lime and nitrogen. 'Phosphate .
r results of their experiments with them?'I for, in the eyes ,of speculators. The is largely found in the coarse
How applied, in what quantities, and t very boys that skurry past ,us with The world may "owe a man a living parts 'of grain, that have little feeding

cat what, time of the'season?: messages are gazing into the future, ," but it always best for him to go value. But it is not,,' possible fora'
and there seeing themselves ''million out and collect, by a little] hard work. farmer to fatten stock without' mucS' :; ,
:Yours_ ., W. H. H. ,j ," /" ., ..f.1
East Lake,"Fla. aires." :New Orleans"Picayune. valuable manure.t .


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!i r: :::19-- THE FLORIDA. DISPATCH. 1 .. 1'

Objections, to Florida. history tells, the 'truth, he was subjected strongly urges sea-captains to take Consumption Cured.

We are forced to admit that to certain : j to more curtain lectures than with them on their voyages a supplyof An old physician, retired from

parties our State has its draw: any man living. Xantippe had a command oil for the purpose, and cites several practice, having had placed in his
I India
hands by an East missionary the
: backs. To begin with, there are very of ,the Greek language which instances of its utility. Among themis formula of a simple, vegetable remedyfor

few "gin mills" here. There is not arum would excite the envy of Gladstone, a, statement made by Captain E. L. the speedy and permanent cure of

J hole in all Maitland, and never who, it is said, can swear volubly in Arey, of the schooner Cheney, who Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh,

will l be if we can help it. This will the pure Attic dialect. When the says that in a severe hurricane re- Asthma and all throat and Lung Af-

o prove a serious objection to old, soak- hour for retiring came the philosopherand > cently, "the wind carried away the lections cure for, Nervous also a Debility positive and and all radical Ner-

ers, who love their "bug juice," and soldier muttered a prayer to Zeus mainsail, the vessel was.shipping large vous Complaints, after having testedits

delight in semi-occasional fits of the and. then held his tongue. Xantippe quantities of water, the sea being very wonderful curative powers in thou-

"jim ojams.' Another drawback to reviewed the events of the day and irregular, nearly every one breaking. sands of cases, has felt it his duty to

Florida is that it has no,Dudes. These made him feel worse than a New York Finding it necessary to do somethingto make it known to his suffering fellows:
Actuated this motive and desire
I sweet and fragile creatures cannot pickpocket who ,has been caught in the save the ship and crew, I took a by a
'to relieve human suffering, I will send
stand the glow of our bright sunshine, act ,of removing an eighty cent dollar small canvas bag, and tuned about free of charge, to all who desire it, this

and therefore people who like to study dollar from the pocket of a countryman. five gallons of linseed oil into it, and recipe, in German, French or English

their habits will be disappointed inDO Still he held his tongue. She hung it over the starboard quarter. with full directions for preparing and

finding them here. Then again rattled along with the dissonance of a The wash of the sea caused a little of the using. Sent by mail by addressingwith

Florida has no cyclones., The frolic- street brass band, informing; him that oil to leak out and smooth the surface. stamp, naming this paper W. A.
NOYES 149 Power's Block, RochesterrN.
some, blizzard is unknown to our State.' he was no better than a lightning rod so that for ten hours no water broke Y. nov23-16t

Therefore people will have to go to agent, a bunco strearer, or a bank aboard. The waves were seen to

joyous Dakota or merry Kansas if cashier on his way to Canada. Still break on the edge of the oilcoveredspot. We call the attention of our readersto

they sigh for the fun of being blown he held his tongue. If he had openedhis I consider that the oil used dur- an advertisement in another columnof

into the next county every day or two. mouth to say, "But, my precious 'ing the last and heaviest part of the nilla Fay's Water-Proof building of notice.)la-
an enterprise worthy ,
Other objections to ,Florida are, that darling," there would have been a hurricane saved vessel and crew." For information and circulars, ad-

you can never have the pleasure of be- short, sharp, decisive struggle, and the dress CLARENCE M. GORDON,

ing snowed in, or have an attack of philosopher would have suffered the BICYCLING.No other method of Hart's Block, Jacksonville, Fla.

pneumonia, catarrh, diptheria, neu- fate of a stray "lamb" in Wall street. journeying has so quickly and con .. .

ralgia, consumption or rather trifling Were all the wisdom of the ages of clusively proved itself in every way The Boss Zinc and Leather Collar
admirable as bicycling has done.-The Pads are the best. Leather or Soft
disorder which you may enjoy up domestic life since the keel of the Ark
Pads hold dirt mat the mane and
North. We have struck the summit of Ararat be European Mail. ,
no tramps, beggars, .
chafe the neck. Use the Boss, the
loafers, rowdies, .drunkards or other condensed into one warning sentence, Persons wanting land and Orange cheapest, and most durable, and save

pleasant creatures of the same class no it would be "Hold your tongue.- Groves above or below the frcst line, all trouble. Sold on 60 days trial} by :

almshouses, potter's fields, inebriate ; Nfw York Herald. address M. S. MAREMEN\ all Harness Makers.\ M'f'd. by DEX.
........ .
Switzerland Fla.
TER CURtIS, Madison,Wis. eow-
reformatories. Yes in
asylums no .
What Money Will Do. ......-
deed, Florida has its drawbacks. Beautiful Womenare
i A large income will purchase for a made and 10,000
Maitland Courier. pallid unattractive by \
-- ......_ man the comfort, the tangible and in functional irregularities which Dr. four year old Budded Orange Trees
tangible good which a small income Favorite Prescription will buds one year old. These were raised ; >
Agricultural in' the best nurseries in the State., ;;"
Thousands of testi-
infallibly cure.
will not. Nothing will controvert this
The estimates of the statistician of .
monials. By druggists.Is Price on board cars only 35c. each, to., : ,
bold fact. Not all the <
the Department of Agriculture forth preaching or reduce,my stock. Address :

principal crops of 1885 are' computed philosophy the world can persuade It not Singular G. H. SUTHERLAND, "'-

and the aggregate bushels areas a rational man that money is not a I that consumptives should be the least Aredondo: Fla. '

''follows in round millions: Corn good thing, which will enable him to apprehensive of their own condition,
I while all their friends are urging and
1,936 wheat 357 oats 629 of educate his children; to give them
; ; ; area beseeching them to be more careful .
wheat, 4,000,000 acres; of oats, their choice of work in life; to procure -' about exposure and overdoing. It I SCIENTIFIC DEPARTMENTSCO ,

23,000,000.value of corn aver- skilled physicians, luxuries, and' may well be considered one of the most

ages nearly 33 cents per bushel, and change of' air' for his wife when death alarming symptoms of the disease, .

makes an aggregate of $635,000,000 threatens her; 'to help the poor; to where the patient is reckless and willnot' 00oo --. I.'>:a- ": ": .. < ,
.Iaq"'Ba.u '
= = .*
believe that be is in cdlS.:: : :
forward the of and danger. ... JO ; 0 Qi ; 01
$5,000,000 less than the value of the cause Christianity, .'ras
Header, if you are in ,this condition, albs 'sW3AV I JJU..Uw: -
for himself to rest for brief ri P_,,,,,,, '
last a ,
crop. The decrease in the pro space dOnot neglect the only means of re nTO < J >
before he leaves this beautiful world c to u?r>--*oo**ooa fn'Bp f\...
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duct of wheat is 30 per cent and only covery. Avoid exposure fatigue, c S' 1 PlmnH U'Bal1:6 I : S
z A
find what is in it be habits and use ( 8 i
17 per cent. in valuation, which is to out beyond drudg regular your >0 '

$275,000,000. The valuation of the ery.. There are high spiritual blessings :- Medical faithfully Discovery.of 'Dr. Pierce's" It has"Golden saved :) B,H*,I IB !l: 'L11 IaAI.I : ) Cl !'' '

oats is $180,000,000. The reductionin no doubt, which come to us thousands who -g a
were steadily failing. .
wheat is mostly in the valley of the through poverty, but the extremely W ,c< 3 uo1Pai1Q: ,

Ohio and in California. The States of small number of persons who volun- Don't hawk, hawk, blow, spit, and ,:O a::' J4r.D.. mmmxmr) .&..'"d .,\,
become hermits in disgust everybody with your offensive V M O i CIl.tIJ 4.
Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri\ and tarily or paupers s: ;}
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breath but Dr. 'Sage's Catarrh 3838883. ....
Kansas last produced these later days in 'order(] to obtain use o J4 pay saqaui attnnrajaiK I, I
year 170,000,000 Remedy and end it. tt'BJUI'B.I 6iigci !.Hi: .
bushels, this year 80,000,000, a reduc- them shows how uncertain the popu- ...... .. f txI ;)

tion of 90,000,000 bushels. The production lar faith in them has grown. Money A job lot of Manilla ,Pads, of different 'O : I tl'Ba I a1al,..e aq>swWCO- Oo: ...?0 .. .. IJ-

of all the cereals is 53 bush- is of value to a man just in propor- sizes, for sale cheap. Made\ of o o.as. SIGNAL\ a. U'BaN' C:H'oQu'oQ c'O...."._(cD.) r .'., ,' ,.I'
tion it for him these assured waste paper and just the thing for : w cD a1x-cooo.. ": !
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els to each inhabitant and the aggre- memorandums.Bend .Q w< oQ"' b "E, ;;.
scribbling paper or t* e.. ow ( J', I
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any samples .CI mmJX'BN J C'..... c::) r.i.& 2raSS3 :
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esteems a benefit.-Philadelphia Press. C. W. DACOSTA. w p-1-4; a',
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r: List of Patents Fertilize III

ry Granted for AGRICULTURAL MACHINES, IMPLEMENTS 50 Tons Upland Cotton Seed for I gj ,Valrico Nurseries,

,ETC.,fur the week ending Tuesday, sale by Mays & Partridge, Monticello, Me TROPICAL AND SUBTROPICAL. a'a

r Januarys, 1&86,. compiled from the Official Fla.:; (I

Records the United States ,Patent Office, -: .----- |ofj> Catalogue Free. b'o.
Grove and:Pine Lauds for. Sale. .... N ,..: ( ..
I ;'t. expressly lor the FLORIDA DISPATCH, by <=> > ;;)"; '.. r ',; ., tS F.: -.. f'
W. A. REDMOND Solicitor of Patents No. Two and one-half miles from river "'d _
; I" W. G. TOUSEY, .< 'it;
,' 137 F Street, N. W., Washington, D. C., oft landing, J mile to school-house and
Co. Fla.
g Hillsborough
k. whom information may be had. store; 4J acres in grove, 31C trees 165 Sf/ner, ,

t"'.: G. F. Billings, Lebanon, N. H.; Fertilizer. set out Feb., 1881,. all thrifty and the -- --- ---.
; O. 8. Bridge, Rockford, I1L; Corn-planter
I I .:. "Wheel. best budded stock-200 yards from The Lutie Grape.

; and T.Tedder.i'. Rrown,Seneca, Ras.; Combined Sweep e my home grove,,on Stella, lake., "It charms where others all fail." .: John McMurray & Co.,

: W. H. Clarke, Chicago. Ill.; Plow. No better orange land or healthier This like the Scuppernong : Manufacturers of
grape, ,
O. O. Crowley, Lithe Falls N. Y.; Harrow.
13 boxes
location in Florida. Had
John Goodnongh,Indianapolis, Ind.; Cnltl- is of Southern origin and possesses the

TRtor.Don O. Mattel'on.Stockto J,Cat; Harvester. oranges, shall have about 50 this year.J. essential qualities which no other first- Wa agons<< Drays Carts Bnes s sHOn1e

L..W.Noyes,Chicago 111 ; Grain Harvester. WETHERBEE, class grape posseses, that is the abilityto ,
Hedrlck, Columbus Ind. Corn PlanterT. -
Roger, Sp'lngfleld, Uhlo;; Lawn Mower dec21-lm Fruitland, Fla. thrive and bear heavy crops in a hoelng and Repairing done promptly
Office and Warerooms No. 12! Forsyth st.,
(two Thomson:patents)., Aledo 111.; Corn Planter. Seed PotatoesI--From Novia Scotia. moist, hot climate. This quality, the ; decH-3m Jacksonville, Fla.

J.J. Farles, McKinney, ,Texas; Stalk Cutter. Imported Early Rose, Chili lied, Lutie, possesses in an eminent degree, I

Burbanks and Beauty Hebron. as proven by ifs heavy crops of well-

We,guarantee every variety to be ripened fruit and healthy vine and I Fancy Poultry..

true to name, and the finest potatoesfor foliage, for the past eight years, while

planting ever brought to Florida. the most celebrated European and I A.LBElt l' FRIES,

The Rose and Chili Red are of a American varieties have proven lamentable -I ST. NICHOLAS, FLA.,

Fruit and Vegetable Market. beautiful l rosy color, and all the varie- failures on the same ground ,! Keeps twenty varieties of pure bred Fowls.

ties are in sound order. Will ship : The Lutie is pronounced by good Eggs f"r Hatching $2 per Dozen. ,
Has Just received a fine selection from the
261 BROADWAY FLORIDA NEW DISPATCH YORK, Jan.LINE 8, 1885.1 j promptly on receipt of price, which judges the best grape grown in America.It best Poultry Yards In this country.

QUOTATIONS. must be remitted in advance. is the earliest to ripen. It bears --
Florida Oranges, fancy, per crate..3 OOa 3 50 LADIES GENTLEMEN wh.
Florida Orange, Inferior,pr crate 2 25a 2 50 PRICE $3.25 PER BARREL. young. It stands the hotest weather WANTED F wish to make.8 10$4.da yeMUT a'lthel
Florida Orange, russets per crate. 2 5Ua 2 75FloridaOrangesTanglerlnrs We have placed all at one price. without injury to the vine, fruit or Mfe.bIDa11.Co.394! 0&0918'Vina St.,Cia'ti.AddreU O.
crt. 1 OOa 4 50
Florida, Oranges, Alaudarlns, crt. 2 60a 3 00 Send orders and money to Church leaves. People of Florida, congratulate -: SAMPLE 8100 for !GAZETTE -;
J. D. HASHAGKN, Anderson & Co., Jacksonville, Fla. yourselves on the acquisition of a roucE
Eastern Agent be mailed, securely wrapped, to any address in
which will in two from for Three
grape years |, anireceiptt : COPIES Md
irioimos coUN of One Dollar
planting bring large cash returns. eral discount allowed to Postmasters Agf'ntJClubs. !
PHILADELPHIA, January 6, 1886.
218 Street
Reported especially for us by EVANS.BROS., Dealer in Second-hand With the Lutie you can put fruit into of New York is the MAILED ONLY
Produce Commission Merchants,No.56 North Clothing. Northern markets early in July at gitlmftte Illustrated Sporting and Sensational Jots:
in the Old cloth- publish d on the American continent. TUT? TUTi
Water Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Price Cur- Cheapest place city. from 25 to 50 cents per pound. j I i Apply for terms to J? JLtJuJ J

tent, subject to market fluctuations. ing cleaned and repaired. Spots taken Owned by the Lutie Grape Com- Richard K. Fox,Franklin Square,New Y'PLAIDS"HA

Potatoes! In fair receipt and selling slowly. from yourclothes at once. pany, Nashville, Tenn. WL GIVEN AWAY!
Onions firm.Cranberries.
oct 127m. Throeeh; the failure of) a large
O. F. Brand Jacksonville and !I
maufacturer of) Cashmere PatternFringe
,fancy, J'y, dk,bus. era. 125al75 -
I ; Shawls there has come into
Cranberries, choice,J'y.Jgtbu.cnu 1 OOal 50 Lands for Sale. Orlando, Fla., Agent for Florida. our) hands a large consignment of
Cranberries Cape Cod,dark,per bbl. 6 Oua7,00 -_ = Plaid Shawls perfect goods,which
Cranberries,Jersey................ per bbl.A 60a5 tO A large amount of land for sale in For t I we propose to present to the ladies
Cranberries,Hght.......-.........per bbl. S00ai253UO. quantities to suit purchasers in the Printing ot every descriptionwrite .- in the following for 8; manner Send its
Cabbage,extra, per 100...................:.... to C. W. DaCosta, Jacksonville Farm and Household moa.subscription,a large to
Cabbage, medium, per 100.........*......... 200a250150a2l)0 ,vicinity of Crescent City, Huntington, ,., I 82 pace illustrated paper.devoted
Cabbage,small, per.100....................._ ) 'Lake Como Pomona and Forest Fla. i to Farm and Household topics
Oranges, fancy...................._.............. 2 75 .{I Stories wilt and send general ml;Kellany.and...'
Oranges, choice.................................... 2 258'4 50 Hills. By 'we oral.....rniKby you one) mail-f these postpaid.k*
fair.rn -.-.. ...............-. 1 7Ja2 25 IN COUNTY or we will send 5 shawls and 5 sub
Lemons, choice per box..................... 3 2.30350 J. S. BROWN, COURT, I scritxions to one) address for f t.oa
Lemons,fair,per box.............._...... 2UUa250 nov 166m. Fruitland Fla. I Satisfaction guaranteed
Applesextra, per bbl.......................... 175a200 DUVAL, COUNTY, FLORIDA. FABU or) money refunded. Address
Applet, prime, per bbl.-.................. l&al 60 AND IIOUSEnOLD.Boz 49.UartfonLCon.
Apples,' common to goon, per bb .... 1 OUal 25 15,000 LeConte Pear Trees 1 to 3 By the County Judge of said County: 60. Fancy Pictures, and 25 ele-
Apples, prime, winter, per bbl......... 160a175) CARDS gant Cards in Gilt Edge aUk
Potatoes h any Hose, per bus ........ 63a 65 old, 5,000 paper-shell Pecan Whereas, Francis E. Cornish has applied to i hinge. Hidden Name Ac.; 1
this Court lor Letters of '
on Songster,I$50 PrIze Puzzle and
Potatoes Rote fair bus.... l.ea 55 gees
Potatoes,,Early Maine Rose,, per, per bus.......... 70a 75 ,, 1,000, ,lbs. Kolb Gem Melon the Estate of Joseph Remington, deceased, 8 parlor game, all for inctn. Onme of An thorn, lOcts
late of said Duvat. t1IVORY Cllntonville Conn.
County of _
Potatoes, Burbanks: choice, per bus68a 70 Seed, for sale at Rocky Branch Nurseries
Potatoes, lair 10 good,pr bus 60a 65 These are, therefore, to cite and admonishall ?'t1&\ Free .
,. Potatoes, Peerless per bus.--._...... 58a 60 ,)Monti cello, Fla. Address and singular the kindred and creditors of Annual. of all kinds of
Potatoes Peerleu,1 to good,pr bus. boa 55 novltf B. W. PARTRIDGE. said deceased, to be and appear before this deed..Bnlb..Too"&c_
potat.e ,Mammoth Peat, per bus.- 63a 6i Court,on or before the Itflh day nt February, Contains prkes.descriptions. :
Potatoes tu.'rto' good,per bus. 55a 60 A.. D. If86 and file objections, if any they planting! directlon..lJJu tratlons. .
Potatoes, mixed lots, per bus......--.. 50a 55 have, to the granting letters as afbre"al Sweet Potatoes, per basket.....-......... 40a 60 .. otherwise the tame will be granted as prayed. 'LlYln .ton'8EF.DH. JteUABLE.O..
Sweet Potatoes, culls, per b8 ket....- 20a 25 .agoBROWN'S Witness my u me as County Judge of the O.id.wn.tAee.w..asutrrf!!!: Vtneum te%>,Pu6.W.t.mcrlL.F_
Sweet Potato I.J ersey ex., per bbl. 2(0225 County aforesaid,this 2d day of January,1886.
Bwett Potatoes,Jersey,fair per bbL. 1 75a:! 00I
Onions,near by,N.Y.yellow.per bbl. 2 25a2 50 w. A. MCLEAN, "Ih3EzlrHictnCrtt
I Onions, Western, per bbl..._........_ 2 54''a2 75 County judge. :; :;: ( :;
Onjpns; ,lied,j.er,bbl............._...._...... 2 0iaj)(I J1i th Incubator on earth "m
... Agents Wanted. The h-tch out fertile
every egg|the
,.., ry of My Life and Sto-B ARN I U I M only perfect Mil regu'atiog
Money Making.' By Y.T. Ilatcher in the world nllabeand :
LOCAL, ADVERTISEMENTS. IRONBITTERS New,finely Illustrated,low priced. Selling by Mlt-regulating. The price
thousands. Address FORSIIEE & MCMAEIN, It placed to low that anybody
II\ Cincinnati, O. can afford to hat one. Ilta*.

Fig CuttingsOf REOPENED. application.trated CaUJognot. .npoa

my large continuous bearing vari q.STAHL&SON,Manufacturers,QuIncy;Uta.WOJIAIf .

also of the small Celeste and the
ety ; OR I QC Per Cent.

Yellow; varieties, furnished in any I SaWYDr'S'( Hotel&Dinin<<-Ro om taking orders for TO our MAR celebrated.oil I portrait 9 PBOF1T.. Previous
mON with FUSE
Combining .
quantity at .$2 per hundred. Short knowledge of the business unnecessary >tatJta) Ontflt
TONICS, qalcWy ,and compleUlj- CLEANSES SANFORD FLA. "ree. The agent realize$66 profit per week on ontyj
cuttings with terminal buds will be and ENRICHES.THE BLOOD. Onlckent orders per day. Ileillr Bros.&Co.,Broome 8t.N.T

forwardedby: mail post-paid..f"I' have the action of the Lifer and Kidney Glean the .iunt+2A.tf

also a lew young trees for sale at, ,25ceita complexion,makes the IUD smooth. It does not ARTESIAN WELLS.
Injure the teeth,cause headache,or produce con- ELLSWORTHSUMTER -
each, or$15 per hundred., IUpaUou lLL OTHER IRON MEDICINES DO. Flowing Wells of never-falling water speed

HARRISON KEED. |PhjcicUns. au 1Drugg1ita ererywhere recnrnmBnd'it. fly secured by the new Cornish System.

Jacksonville Fla. Dec. '31 1885.. I COUNTY,' Terms very moderate.' For particulars,' address .
; i J DB. N. B. Rrjoaua. of MiriorvMasa. says: **I .
I I'recommend Brown'Iron Bitters oa a valuable tonic
for enrlohiM the blood,and remorinff all d1spepU.I11DPt4mS.L wall located on the T.d:0.: R.R.and ''In the SOUTHERN ROCK' WECI/CO..,
r doeanot hart the teeth'VDB
It heart of the Lake.Region. Box 100,Jacksonville;; Fla.
Write or telegraph Byron E. ,Oak, R. M..DXLZlUsrBe7nold4.. Ind ears:*. "I I'
hare prescribed Brown.Iron BtttAra.In cases of Best references furnished. Jan 41m
anaemia' and blood diseasesalso when tocio waa -
the.undertaker for Marble Iron Rail- !! a
needed and it has proved thoroughly satisfactory.

ing ,and all kinds of Cemetery Work., Bays MB.: Wit."Brown1 BTUT8.a6 Iron St.Bitters Mary St.relieved New Orlenns.me in a case Lv, '$10'0'Will. For Sale at a Bargain.

of blood poisoning,and I heartil/ commend it to
A/'full line of Wooden and Metallic warranted' -
thoee needing a purifier. buy a speculation or.a Cheap 11 A young Orange Grove at Norwalk, Put-

Cases and Caskets .always.on hand The Genuine has Trade Mark and crossed red lines Home. Lots,170x210 feet. ram county, Kla., on the St. Johns'river
". on wrapper.,_Take no other. Made only,by SIx' acrvKln trees Jam.4"Omh1g'1nto bearing.' '

Atlorderspronlptly: attended, to,\,25X BROWN CHEMICAL CO,BALTIMORE. Send for Circulars. Other land well timbered. Uood'tenement
borne,etc.' For ,call
-ueeI on Mr.'A W.
LJLDXXS HATED d and attractrre,containing ,
l' coins eto. ben away by all dealers in medicine of : i.V I* .& '" T. IVEY,
... .., .. Bailed to any address on receipt of So.aWDp.cI Jan 4-3 m Jactcsoavlllo! Fla. ABhpole,Robeson Co., N. C.
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36 Page pamphlet on

r' Orange and Fruit Culture, Vegetable Growing, OAKLAND, ORANGE CO., FLA. P Paa and ON All Lanthuas .


Pot Grown Semi-Tropical Fruit UPPER ST. JOHN'S RIVER


'', 158 Front Street. New York. Plants and Vines. TAMPA MANATEE RIVER

r West Havana and New Orleans.
No Loss in Transplanting. Key ,

; Necessity for Complete Feeding of tree and fruit-Danger from forcing or partial fertll- Catalogue and Price List Free, on application -

zing. to the Manager. AddressA. DOUBLE DAILY DEPARTURES
Two Dlfttlnct Manures required for Orange Trees-before and after maturity. ;
"- Effect of the Right Forms of plant food on the quality of the fruit and the health of the
rees. E. CHAMPLIN, '
I ;r Necessity Judicious and Liberal Fertilization to prevent disease and exhaustion In nov29-ly Oakland, Orange Co., Fla. PEOPLE'S LINE STEAMERS.&
orchards>ror. GOESSMANN, on the Importance of selecting the particular forms of plant
I i ood that will exert-'the most beneficial influence on the fruit.
= Diseases of Orange Tree*-Die-back, gum disease, scales, Insects, rust, splitting and -
dropping of fruit-Defective and Improper feeding.Ke SUNSET HILL NURSERYSends
ultH from InJudlc'ouH' Fertilization disastrous on the Orange tree, and fruit equally Steamers H. B. PLANT, of the People'a
so, though more dUD ult to trace, than on the more rapidly maturing trust like the Straw Line and CITY OF JACKSONVILLE,of the
ber/y and Grape,and crop like Sugar Beets. Catalogues with practical hints to De Bary-Baya Merchants' Line, will run as
Stimulating and Temporary Benefit from nitrogenous fertilizers. They only partially new beginners free on application. IncludedIn follows: Leaving the DeBary-Baya Line
;,. eed the cropAre not cbeap. our list are the very choicest varieties Wharf foot Laura street:
Waste of In blood flesh fish cotton seed Prof. W Leave Savannah. Florida and Western
Organic Nitrogen, etc. S, Johnson grown. Thornless and Early Fruiting a
I- on the waste of nitrogen In lUhtsoll specialty. Railway wharf Jacksonville,
The Alapes Manures an Prepared for Florida not liable to waste, excepting to the ex- dally on arrival of Fast Mall train. -
ent of a small proportion ..ethe Ml.roue> n existing as Organic Nitrogen,derived from Bone Leave Jacksonville.........................._. 3:30= p m
-about ono third of the total Nitrogen. K. W. PIERCE, Leave Palatka............................._...... &50' p m I
Valuation of Organic Nitrogen the form of vegetable matter in Commercial Fertili- Leave Aster........................................ 2tt a m
zers-Inert, unavailable Nitrogen in muck-Inferior forms.-Prof. S. \V. JOHNSON on same. Indian Springs, Orange County, Fla. Leave nelAnd....................................... 5:00 a ra
Leaching and Waste of some fer IlIziog logr-dientA-Ph"sphorle Acid and Potash sel- dec4-ti Leave Blue Springs ...........-............. 5:15 a m
dom found in any quantity in drainage -Prof. WARKINGTON'S testimony. Arrive Sanford, South Florida Rail-
Low Priced "Cheap" Fertilizers generally objectionable, and fall to supply plant food Established 1856. 200 Acres in Nursery. road wharf...... ......?......................... 7:45 a m
nt reasonable rates-Kalntt, Fish. Cotton Heed, etc. Arrive Sanford, City wharf................. 8:20 a m
Necessity of Supplying the Right Forms.or plant food-Testimony ot Profs. S. W. Arrive Enterprise............................... 8:50 a m
DHKSON U. A. GOESSMANN and Mr. H. G. HUBBARD. Fruitland Nurseries Leave Enterprise.........................._... 9:10 a m
Complete, Manure versus super phospha'e-Dr.J. B. LAWES and Pro W. JORDAN. RETURNING' ,
Prof. Jordan.-Complete Commercial Fertilizer can be depended on to keep fertllty AUGUSTA, GA.
indefinitely,and dispenses, with all necessity of changing or rotating manure up P. J. BERCKMANS Proprietor.The Leave Sanford,City wharf.................. 3:50 p m
.- jalnU. Blurate of Pota-h, Cotton Seed, etc.-Cautitin against their.use on Oranges. Leave Sanford,South Florida wharf
The Mape Orange Tree Manure for growing trees etc. (except on Sunday, when steamers
: The Mapes Fruit and Vine Manure for young older and bearing,trees etc. stock of Fruit and Ornamental trees, will leave at 11:00( a m)...................... 4:15 p ra
The Mapes Vegetable Manure.-Prof. ATWATER on Complete Chemical Mur-- *br Potatoes Evergiens, Roses, Palms, Flowering hruos, Leave Blue Springs.............................. 6:05 p nt
-larger yield and xualitv and less liable to rot than from Farm Manures. Strawberry PUnts, etc., adapted 10 the climate Leave DelAnd...................................... 6(0pra(
How Can The 'Wants superior of The Grunge,-the yound growing and the older bearing-trees of Florida is unusually e this fall. Leave Astor.......................................... 8:40 p ra I
'. be the most economically find Among the new fruits, we offer 10,000 trees of Leave Palatka.................. .................... 1:30 a m
Official Reports of the State Agricultural Experiment Stations on the Mapes Manures; Kelsey's Japan Plum, Arrive Jacksonville........_.................. 6:15 a m

they are found to Invariably exceed in richness the published guaranty. (Over twenty analyses which bids fair,to become a valuable market Connecting at Palatka with Florida Southern -
of the Mapes Manures during the past year 188-i.' ) product; also Japan Chestnuts Prunus Pis- Railway: at Astor with St. John's and
superior Forms of Plant Food in the Mapes Manures. Kardli, new peaches, etc. Our list of Conifera Lake Eustis Railway;at Sanford with steamers -
The Mapes Manures the Illgheitt\ Grade ever made. and broad-le.ved Evergreen adapted to a for Indian River, and with trains of the
Consumers Should Know what fertilizers are made from. -, Sub-Tropical climate. is doubtless the most South Florida Railroad forTampa; at Tampa
Extract from the Agricultural Press etc. extensive m variety in the United States. with the steamer Margaret! of the People'
Analyses of the .Orange-fruit, seed, stem, trunk,leaves, etc. Catalogue No. Fruits and hardy Ever- Line for points on Tampa Bav and Manatee

REDUCED PRICES FOR 1886-PRICE LIST. >ns Roses, etc. River also connecting with the steam Catalogue No. Oreen-house Department.
Hutchinson and Whitney for Key West and
While the Prices of the Mapes Manures will be lower for the season of 1886, the past Catalogue No.Wholesale l1 t.ror the trade Havana every Saturday on arrival of South
high Ruarautet-d standard will be Tilly maintained. only.Catalogue. Florida Railroad train, arriving at Key West
A Full Assortment of these long-1sled and reliable Manures, Including the Mapes No.Fruits adapted to Florida. Sundays and Havana on Mondays.
Vegetable Manures, lure Ground Bone, a R"'lectPd.Brand' of high grade sulphate of Potash, Free to all applicants-address as above. Returning steamships! Ipave Hrvana on
Chemicals,etc.,are kept In stock for prompt shipment, and free of wharf charges, from nov9-6mo3 __ Wednesdays. Key West Thursdays, Tampa
vanbouse, In Jacksonville. Fla. A Pamphlet, sent free, containing guaranteed analysis, Fridays, arriving at New Orleans on Sun
prices, composition,directions tor use; also reports from well known growers of Oranges ORANGE HIGHTS. days.
Fruits and Vegetables through the State, giving their practical experience using the On and after January 1st the direct service
Mapes Manures;; between Tampa and Havana Is expected to
TYSEN & SMITH\ Heathiest Place in Florida." be tri-weekly.
Steamers Chattahoochee and Jennie' Lane,

Our Forwarding Agents, Jacksonville, Fla. High, rolllnjr, fertile lands pure water rail- of the People's Line,and Rosa and Welaka

Dr.'G. LANCASTER. DeLand, Fla., in charge of the Volusia County, Warehouse road facilities and Northern society. superior Jacksonvile of the De Bary-Raya at Merchants'6 Line, leave
dally p. m. Returning.
location for fruit and vegetable culture.A .
at Beresford, Fla. few choice residence lots given to parties leave Sanford dally,at 9 a. m. '.
Dr. J N. BISHOP, charge of the South Florida Warehouse, Sanford, Fla. who will build houses. Send. stamp tor full Hoeing by the Boat of this Company it

: G. D. CLIFFORD, in charge of the Lake Region Warehouse, Eustis, Fla.BOWK.ER'S Information. Strictly Prohibited.For .
nov -ly C. B. PALMER. further particulars. Inquire of .

JNO. BRADLEY, Chief Clerk.
ORANGE GROWER. GENUINE Office, Waycross Steamboat Wharf.Jacksonville

Jersey Sweet Potatoes M. DAVIDSON.
General Traffic Agent,Astor Building.C. .
S3 PER BARREL. D. OWENS Traffic Manager,
Savannah, Ga.
Yield this year over 210> bushels fine Potatoes H.S.HAINES, Gen'l Manager.
per acre on high pine land. Sept. 17.tf RAvnnnfth.no.

nov29-8t Crescent City, Fla. .. LRY to appsydoes not
l ER PAOF rust or rattle, Isals.A .

\!' : ROTS SIZE 40XI1I00 FEET, $4. :; PLATF t3U11MTLTUTL at Half for .
; \ the CostTCAUPJiTl*
Lakeview Kingsley Lake i rinm .' and KUC5S ot Mime.'ntal .
Jot (' o ne and Sam-
q- 150 buys 6-acre UnlUA ties free. W. II.FAY dc CO., C'oinden,N.J.
': tract for ,

,"<> Send 2 cent stamp for Map, etc., to In Circuit: Court Duval County
--_ P. O. Box 158, Jacksonville, Fla.IRPTPR I AMANDA C. ROBERTS!: ) It appearing by
I vs. v affidavit died that ,
I 4. TO U Ex-Gov Heo. F. Drew, I ISAIAH L. ROBERTS. ) the 'above named
C I ye.--- | Jacksonvllle.nnd Rev. C. defendant. Isaiah L..Roberts does not resideIn

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1<' \ rf r r r li.. =..';'-,-- '-r...-,-.NII Q 130.116 4I ,- J. E. M'GINNISS In said cause, on the first Monday Of Febru
I ary. A. ). ISSti,or said bill will be taken a* '
This fertilizer was one of the first fold In a heavy crop of fruit and put on an extraor Room No. 10, Bostwick's Block, JAMES )t. BAKER,Judge..
I ;: Flor Ida for orange groves,and has given gen- dlnary growth through the whole season; H. C.PATTrsoN.Complainant'ssolicitor. .
eral 1 satisfaction. It contains large amount but the most remarkable result obtained from Jacksonville, Florida, ._ Jacksonville.., October 13,1885-19 3m
of potash,principally in the formoi sulphate, the use;.of this fertilizer Is the 'act that the
which experience has proved to be better fruit is fine and bright, and there has been
adapted to the orange. scarcely a lallen orange in the grove, while REAL ESTATE SOUTH FLORIDA RAILROAD CO. .
my own i rove alongside which wa not fertilized -
I ,, THE DE BARY GROVE. has lost almost-the entire crop, the SANFORD FLA.,Sept. 11,1S85. .
earth beneath the trees being covered with
'nun; PREVENTED FROM FALLING.faUen fruit. 'fought and Sold. NOTICE. 3
I \. ENTERPRISE, FLA. i egard the form of potash used In the From and after this. date no Steamboats,'
;: DfAR BIB-I purchased from yuu last l Feb- preparation of this fertilizer to be the great Steam Barges,or vessels of any kind,wM be
'- uary ten tons Bowker'b. (range ,Grower desideratum of the bearing groves. Houses for Rent In desirable portions of the allowed to take on or put off Freight or Pa'I I
which I applied. to Mr. hrederlcic DeBary's Respecting f ours, sengers or land at the wharf <>r the South !
;F orange groves of bearing trees. The trees set (Signed) W. B, Watson, Manager city. City property handled, and Florida Railroad Company at Sanford, Fla.,

For free copy,of.; the most valuable and Interesting circular ever Issued with reference returns made promptly. except such line or lines of steamers or other
o.thls branch.of the orange Industry,address / vessels are the dlrrct advertised connections
Conveyancing done carefully and at short of the said company,and working under '
:.. .J.''S JOHN D. WELD, General Agent, Botlce. contract with them.;
4ec2I:5m '78 street Savannah Ga.
; Bay Correspondence solicited. dec21-6m
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' -- REAL ESTATE OFFICE A few thousand budded- from bearing treesof
'I The new-colrier to a 'new country, sometimes SOUTH FLORIDA LANDS. the best and moat hardy varieties_grownIn

has possessions in his former home OF Florida ; ( j

which he cannot dispose of at,once :without AVERY & BROWN, Nursery at Panama Park 4 miles from
sacrificing them or almost giving them away. Situated on each side of the Jacksonville, on tI'. and J. R.R.
At 3\Ilonnopy: Florida. Address,
If lime be given him, he can realize something -
South Florida Railroad and its They have all kinds of property for sale }
like their value. In such Panama Park, Kla.
a case ready Lands unimproved and those.in the hlgbeslltate ,
money Is always an object to him and he Bartow Branch of cultivation. Orange Groves, LakeFronts PLANT -- --
must strive to make whatever'cash he has In Vegetable Lands,Truck Farms,Town SEED COMPANY'S RELIABLE,
Lots, etc. The home of the and the
hand goal,, Car as possible. If he buys ,Is In the Counties of place where the Vegetables love to grow. foa NfARM

land, paying casn for It, It frequently le ves There Is no such<< country under the sun like O
him without money to build a good house or Orange, that surrounding Mlcannpy. Circulars and y OP E
Polk information furnished application.
plant out his grove and arden. This Is a se- AVERY upon & BROWN

rious draw-backand he mu eltuer buy very Brevard, mar30-ly Micanopy, Fla irrlUfortkelrlLLUSTRlTIDCATlLCGinE.' Idinui.

poor and cheap land faraway from all conven- Sumter
society,tiansportatlon,and the like, and IIIll.borough. Notary Public. Justice of the Peace CI3 Norm FOURTH STRKT. SAINT LOUIS lid
or else he may have to struggle for a longtime 1 Mention this Paper.)

in making a start. A plan has been devised 83,000 Acresof MURRAY & McNARY.

by which a nice lot of ten acres of land libley's Tested Seed
these NEWLY Lands which EAST COAST LANDS
are acquired ,
maybe secured by the payment only of the ,s. S
interest,five or,ten j ears being give. for the having been for several years reserved f-om "Halifax River,"Volusla! 'County Fla. 1 Catalogue HIRAM free on SIBLEY application.&: CO.Send. for It.

payment of the principal, by which time any All kinds of Grove Lands, splendid Building BOCHXSTXB,N.Y. AND CHICAGO,IlX.
sale are now offered. Lois on and near River. Address with ,
man of industry or Judglllent'w'ay pay fur his -- -- --
stamp, at Onnond Volusia County, Fla.J3JRO..
place. A ten-acre. lot costing from 250 to$300, These lands comprise all classes and grades do.Iv LAIIGEST TIlE SEED HOUSE SOUTH IN 'Jlh.
can be secured and possession obtained at
of South Florida soils. High Pine and Oak ALL,KINDS OF
once by simply paying $5 or $0 every three

mc.nthst! as Interest, the rate being that established Lands among the Backbone 'Hills in the famous A. N. DUBBINS & AND PLANTS

by law in Florida, namely, eight per
cent. Lake and Hill region of the Peninsula.
Send for New Illustrated Catalogue for 1886,
RAILROADS Lake Views and Lake Fronts; large areas of and prices of Field Seeds. Mailed FKEJE.
CHURCH. table lands well timbered with Pine,and Oak ,
Wholesale and Retail Seedsman. Richmond Va.

You ask, where may this be done On the undergrowth; Low, well-timbered, Pine
South Florida R. R. (Pemberton Ferry Division -
Lands Prairie and Marsh Lands set in rich
in Hernando ;
) county,Is a new place cal''ed

Oriole. The lands lie not more t+an two miles native grasses affording good pastures for DEs F I
from the railroad at farthest, and most are
cattle. Also Town Lots offered in the
only a mite. Two railroads furnish facilities

the South Florida and the Florida thriving new railroad towns of Kissimmee,
Soul hern.. A nice class of people are Buttling Gun Locksmiths and Stencil Gutters
Winter Haven Bartow Lake-
at Oriole. School nod Church privileges already ,

exist. Dally malls; a general: store; a land, Plant City, Seffner, Mango, Orient and 24 LAURA STREET, T0K 1886hwm I
good sawmill to furnish: lumber cheap. be nulled F nEE to all applicants,and to customers of
Dade City. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA last year without ordering ft contains about 120 page,,
- 600 iUnitrations,prices,accurate descriptions and TalnaMo: I
For further information apply to Land Department and FLOWER SEEDS, BULKS,etc. InTaluablo I
DRY. Gnnsmlthlng done in all its branches. to all, especially to Market Gardener Send for it.
of South Florida Railroad Company D. M. FERRY & CO., Detroit, Mlchlr-
Oriole is intended to be a succession of or-
, ange groves where sett era may fins good land Sanford, Florida.WALTER .
at reasonable prices and erms; where winter Special rates on Stencil Cutting, by mall.
Nnrsorios of Lake Woir Go.
residents may find health and enjoymentamid GWYNN, oct g.tt

their own groves and gardens and
Janl2-tf General Land Agent.W. L. W. SHERMAN & CO.
where non-residents may have groves made 100,000 Orange and Lemon Trees.Our .

for them by who are directly luter-
persons General Commission Merchants
trees are very thrifty, three and four
ested In'the success of the work. This idea is M. LEDWITH. F. C. SOLLEE. year old Bloc*,% to l% inch diameter, with

gradually getting into shape and a large number LEDWITH & SOLLEE FRUITS AND PRODUCE one year old buds. nurseries'\ easily accessible -
of to lorlda Southern Railroad send for
young groves are being started. Oriole
123 Centre St., Boston. Catalogues. Address
lands receive praise from nearly all who see DEALERS. IN K. B. FOSTER Manager
REFERENCES Irth National Bank Boston
them. been dec2My South Lake Weir, Fla.
especially plcktd out for
REAL ESTATE ; L. L. Newsom Crescent tMty; ; Kev. Ly-
orange-culture, their. desirability,is.,at once man Phelps, Sanford; Capt. W. A. Shaw, e
Jacksonville Publishers Florida Dispatch. FOREST HILL NURSERY
MAPS F.REE. Office, No.7 Herkimer Block, oc2-3ui!
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 100,000 Orange Trees for Sale Cheap

Colored maps showing location of lots, avenues Headquarters for Haines: City Property. RICHMOND 'J wenty thousand budded from bearing trees
railroads, etc., may be had on appltca FENCE of the best and choicest varieties on sour
stocks three and four yearn old. Our stock is
tion. Nearly. ..two hundred! .. nersons own land, CHAMPION
grown on high, dr., light soil Is hardy,
in and'around Oriole. Every month new'people HAINES CITY. healthy, and tree from f lutt cts. We aspire to

come in, new houses are built, new groves I Her the best trees for the least money. 825
and MACHINE to$30 per hundred, according to quantity.
are begun, a general improvement Is ob- J.tS. BUUW.N AttON'

servable on all sides. Ten more ten.acre lots BECTJHJE TOWN LOTS.. novl6-6m Fruitland, it L
are offered On the terms indicated above; and Patented

they are, apt to, go,very..soon. Only one condition KoT.21,1885.BtAnds Palm Nurseries

is imposed., If settler, you must settle Royal ,

*'within Three'"months; If'a non-resident, Healthy, High, Rolling Land with

you must begin improvements of a permanent MANATEE, FLA.

character.within.three. months.There are Beautiful Lake Fronts. -

fine,.openings for one or tWit resident carpenters
Budded and Seedling Orange Lemon and
and for quite a number of able-bodied at the head of nil wire and picket map Lime Trees; Mar goes, sugar Apples. Sour

men'whb can clear land and cultivate It alter themosttcompleesimpleepeaiyand' lealyope* Sops, Jamaica Apples, Spanish Limes,"
being cleared At this writing there are'at Till i. a Rare Opportunity to Purchase pied and baYing the most Perfect tpn-!on device- Mammee, Ha pot a-, etc.; Royal Poinclanas- ,
: It will'weave In any kind of pickets from one to Russian Mulberries. tare Tropical Trees,
least six buildings,to go up at once: if on the Lots on the Highest Tractof six Inches wide easily twisting!' a No.8 wire;and and Plant a specialty. -
t..nuDberor workmen could .find em I making a fence that no stock will break down at a Bend for Catalogue. Address -1.1
,I cost of nlxty cents a rod .
complete. Works up .
ploym.enL'UOW'TO Land In ,Tropical Florida. or down hill or on a level equally well, keeping '
REACH 'ORIOLE. pickets perpendicular. Light and easily handled.' P. W._ REASONER, ;.::
A boy can work It. Every farmer can afford to oc2-3m Box, 10, Manatee, *FJa.FO'R : .
own one. Write for circular and price.
From Jacksonville leave by J..T. &: K'W.
Haines City Is situated halfway between
R.R., 'changing at Fla.; Son Junction at.'Pa; Sanford and Tampa, and right on the South WAYNE AGBICULTUR'LCO. Richmond,Intl.w -

latka- to-Kla-Sou.- .R..R.,,..and at .Pemberton's Florida" Railroad. It is situ ted on the high- SALE CHEAP: :
Ferry change to Son. Fla. Buy your ticket,to est land in South Itlorlda-rlcb,roiling and THE
healthy' This excellent country lies to the Buy the Bet EUREKIAwarded
Oriole.t You can,also go by;) F.B.'& N.:Go's southward of large lakes which protect the -

road to D'agen Junction,where you take Fla. tropical fruit. There 48 no frost here. The FIRST Pre
lam and field Med Le Conte Pears,3 years,45 cents.
Sou;.R.'R.'as before. Call on undersigned fact of the Indians having selected this section MlatWorld'aFair.NewWind Le Com Fears,2>earn,9u cents.

for,further information'to rates, business of a doubt country that as It a Is home absolutely demonstrates the richest beyond OTle n MW.aover, Il The leading.tU-: Le Conte Pears 1 j ear, '15 cents.

openings prices of lands, terms, etc. All let portion; since it Is their aim, on account of ItLKA. after a trial Keller Pear, I year, 3U cents x
laating 4 moL was pro. nglKh Walnuts and Pecans,2'yeVl:4Oc;
aversion to labor to find the most! fertile
ters promptly and chee.ruUY'answered.i' pounced the beat
over Eugiish Walnuts and Pecans, i year,23c.
tracts thus large returns from a
; affording oU and to-day viandsatthebead .
very moderate expenditure' of!Labor. of all competitor RiZ *.ie Flny trees aud over at iowerrates.AhuoneflueLleurlsl .
W. B. CLARKSON, Come and see this town before buying else- to 18 ft. diameter of wh..l.elthtor.for -. Orange Grove,
where. Pumping Powrr Mills. Perfect*i,aUpart. splendid location, near Waldo, t.J/>>J. Easy

Office: 72 J 'W. Bay St., up stairs, F.J. HINSON, fi plication..andvamntrd.AlaoMrrs.oftreAdM Estimates on ap-. term"" Address,

Jacksonville, Fla. Haines City,Polk Cjuuty.FJ, *. reet Draft Ayenti Bar Floor Addrtw limn II5VJWre Mfrm, YCR08S STOCK FRUIT FARM,,

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Life Fire and Marine Insurance WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

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." .Agents Warren Ray's,Line New York Schooners,and Steamer Louis Bucki. FURNITURH AND BHDllING.

.' State Agents Virginia Spruce Pine Orange, Box; Li&ter Bros?

.. 'to Celebrated BOne, Fertilizers.

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ik. S 10OOOO Worth Must be Sold
JACKSONVILLE: FLA., September 10, 1885.
?; <:! i\\ NO.8 WOOTON CLOSED to:Reduce Stock in the next Sixty Days.

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Ii We claim to be the very best. in the market, for the following reasons : It is Medium and Fine Suites,

: from'three to four pounds the lightest box on the market. It does not warp

Ct' split or stain; It can be shipped without strapping, if so desired. In pricewe Writing Desks of all kinds, Mattresses \ -
'can meet any competition.A Blankets and Comforters.We i
.. full supply Wrapping Paper and Straps always on hand.
are State Agents for the Derby L __ .

Jjster; Bros.',Ground Bone............................................per ton, $35 00 I A 4, i

Xtiiter.Bros.! Orange'Tree Fertilizer............:...................per ton, 40 00 and Wooten Desks. Their Catalague :NO. B WOOTEN DESK OPZJI.

Lister Bros.' Celebrated Superphosphate of Lime................per ton, 40 00 will be mailed on application. We will mail our 112 page Illustrated Cata-

Lister: Bros.' Potato Fertilizer........,........:............!..........per ton, 50 50 logue to any reliable address.

Lister Bros.' Vegetable Compound.......................:.........per ton, 50 50
Buy of Us and Save 25 per cent. Remember, we are Headquarters for Furni-
We.have. sold these Fertilizers for ten years, and. know them to be all ture, both Wholesale and Retail. ,
that. is claimed for them. ocl9-tf 64 and GG W. Bay St., Jacksonville,Fla.
"7 For.further particulars apply to -

Mp21-6m CEO R. FOSTER & CO., Jacksonville, Fla.


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.. SAN' 3IATJGO, FLORIDA. Wholesale i Grocers


Bangor Orange Box Shooks and Hoops JACKSONVILLE FLA.

AND DEALERS IN Please Ponder the Following Facts and Act Accordingly.1st. .

HAT, GRAIN, BRICK, SHINGLES, FERTILIZERS, ETC. They carry the Largest assortment of Fancy Groceries in the State.

ORANGE WRAPS 480 sheets to the ream,best quality. 2nd. They are doing the largest business of any Fancy [Grocery establish-
10xl0, lie.; 1IxII, 13c.; 12x12, 15c. ment in Florida.

The Bangor Box has been before the orange-growers of Florida for the past ten'! years; Is
used exclusively by the larges packers and shippers of the State,and is recommended by 3rd. They are selling goods at about New York prices, freight added.
all( Commission Merchants an being the NEATI-ST. LIGHTEST! and STRONGEST Orange Box in
the market. ,Sales for,the past season upwards of 300,000 boxes. 4th. They WARRANT every aticle sold by them.

See that every bundle is branded 5th. They issue regular Monthly Wholesale Price Currents.6th. .

CROSBY & GO WEN,- State Agents, San Mateo, Florida. They employ a larger force than any Grocery House in Florida.7th. .
It will be to your interest to send for their prices before purchasing
\ elsewhere. jan 26tfForwarding
f. &8mlth.JacksonvUler.; s.H. Benjamin &Co., Micanopy; Lnvell & Pemberton,Lees-
,burg: tra; E. W. Agnew.&: Co., Ocala; C.C. Waite, Reddick; J. MReddck

,. Brooksvllle; 8.Jenkins, Altamonte. augUHJm -vv. :a:. :J:3JL.L.C: :: : >VV,

i' '!", ';iV1; SEVILLE Strawb Frnit and Vootablo

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Finest Lands. Best Paying Groves.
e.', esz; ; : E\ ,- :. expeditiously, and in the best manner, by skilled workmen, at reasonable

Least Frost North of Indian River. prices. Oranges direct from the groves for sale by the single box or carload.novSOtf .

Write for information to (

.n dec4-ly BURTON K. BARRS, Seville, Fla.

The Machines ars light strong, Send now if you are- interested
a saey-running,rwtmiraLle' in Farming Gardening.or Trucking,
In design and finUh.S. for our 1886 Catalogue, which A.L AGES AND BOTH SEXES HOMEBRED ;
enrVadr fully describes our Geed-Dri11e,
'TTjaL: : Cows and Heifers bred to best Netberlaa4
and Aaccie Balis.
L. ALLEN & C0: The Arerace Records of a Herd are tfc.
and Hollow Steel __ True Test of its Merit.
127 and 129
Standard Hone Hoes The following Milk and Batter Beeerds
O&thtrllts Street, and Cultivators Free to all. '' hare all been made by animals now ia
r !A?zLr LI,2

l Oows have averaged over),(XX)ibs.In a year.
Five Cows have averaged over 19X>>Ibs.In a year.
.i.--' Ten Cows have averaged over 18,0001bs.in a ycar."We .
know of about 30 Cow that bare made yearlr records es..edID..18.000
Ibs..and 14 of them are now in oar Herd and hare averages over 17.300 Ibs. 25 have averaged -
over 16,0001bs.in a year. 63.the entire number in the Herd that have made yearly records,IncludInsr -
Commission Merchant I fourteen 3 year olds and twenty-one 2 year olds have averaged 12,785 Ibs.S ounces in a year.
Wholesale Five Cows have averaged Ibs.7 oz.In a week. Nine Cows bare ar-
BUTTER I I RECORDS I erased 19 Ibs. K oz.in a week. Fifteen Cows have averaged 17Ibs.6 oz.
I No. 313 North Water Street Philadelphia. In a week. Six 3 year olds have averaged 14 Ib*.3 oz.in week. Eleven 3 year olds,the entire Dumber
tested have averaged 13 Ibs.2 oz.in a week Six 2 year olds have averaged% Ibs. 1,4 oz. In a week.
: ,SPECIALTIES FLORIDA FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. Fifteen 2 year olds) entire number tested have averaged 101be.83-10oz.In week. Thn entire orig
;p inal imported Netberland Family of six Cows two being but 3 nld.have averaged 17 2-3 Ibs.in s
Q-. Large shipments remitted on day of sale,small shipments weekly.' 4 week. This Is the Herd from which to Atock. prices low for quality of Stock.
oc1Nm ,SMITHS, POWELL & LAMB, Lakeside Stock Farm, SYRACUSE, N. Y.
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1'f .", j I handle none but the Rest and most Reliable Seeds. My new Catalogue will be sent free
:' 'M1 o"o on application. Also,,;Wholesale Dealer In WINDSOR two to four thousand dollars; two saw and
; planing mills running two stores upand one
Is the name of one of the prettiest and healthiest I office another store building; a host Office
j : Hay Corn Oats Flour Grits Meal BranWheat towns in Florida, or any other State. established; bakery, livery stable and sev
; Situated on the eastern shore of Lake Neweral orange groves set out; miles streets
.I 1 nan, a beautiful sheet of water some nine cleared out-In act the whole face of the
A,., GROUND FEED .SCREENINGS COTTON SEED MEAL Etc. miles in length, abounding in fish. Nine country is rapidly improving.
I miles east of ualnesville, two miles from
Uruelle station on the Florida Southern Rail
"; :- ""t .. STATE AGENT FOR road,and four mile-west olCampville stationon PROGRESS.
the Peninsular Railroad. During the fall and winter two more stores
,fk : J.. E. Tygert & Co. s Star Brand Fertilizers.0uwranteed are to go up,one church, one academy,and a
LAND. score or more of dwellings. A steamboat Is
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to be Lake Newnan to connect :
''". Windsor embraces tract of about put on
.;-;,ti \ : a 4,000 Uruelle.
r ORANGE TREE acres, nearly one-half cleared. The soil is the Florida Southern Railroad at
Comprising and VEGETABLE
;> neither the white sand of so large portion of
IJ \ FERTILIZER 0 .' PURE GROUND BONE }Florida nor the red clay of Georgia, but a ACCESSIBILITY.
dark rich loam excellent of
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MURIATE.OF. ,POTASH, 4 SULPHATE POTASH all varieties of vegetables or the finest orange Windsor Is easy of access. Take the steamer
trees. The higher land Is fifty feet above the to Palatka, whence a ride of two hours on
I NITRATE SODA, KAIN1T ETC. lake, gradually sloping to the water. Lots Florida Southern Railroad takes you to Grn-
varying irom four to twenty acres, several elle Station;or Peninsular Railroad to Camnvllle -
::0 Pric*1II on application.. july Z1 t.f fronting on the lake. three and a half hours "rllm Jackson-
ville,and a hack ride of thirty or forty min
HEALTH. utes will take you there. Hack meets afternoon -

.. To Obtain the Best Results in \ The wonderful healthfulness of the place train from Jfalalka.

has been the subject ol remark for the past
t thirty years.!! There are people now living ONE HOTEL
I here that have been residents for that lengtn We have an excellent site overlooking the
of time:,and who assure us thai for a population lake,ol five acres, which we will donate to
ORANGE CULTURE of seventy souls there was nut a physician any party who will build a good hotel to
called before the war in lourteen years accommodate pity guests. No better place
\\ hat other portion of country can make so can be fonud.
good a showing? It is high pine land with
excellent water; sore throat and catarrh soon
Use H. J. Baker & Bro.'s Oelebrafed disappear here. LANDS FOR SALE.

Lands can be purchased at from Fifteen to
; CLIITIATE. One Hundred Dollars per acre, according to
Windsor Is located on the ridge midway location, and whether timbered or cleared..
oetween ocean and Gulf, giving u a steady Several: beautiful lake fronts. .
even climate. No hot nights here and few


,j. If so,we would Ray-take a good look at .
; Windsor Is young-barely 15 coustruetionWINDaUIt;:: before you decide where to settle.and .
there are up and iu course of .
Complete Manure, beneficial alike from the time of setting out Orange Trees,to full forty houses, several of them costing from For further particulars,address:.
maturity, furnishing just the plant food the tree requires. It stimulates its growth,causingan
increase of healthy rood, imparting a rich color to the leaves, and largely GIc GeJFFJN.::
increasing the yield of Ora iges. Its effects are immediate,and can be seen in a few weeks, ,
In the flourishing and improved condition of the tree.

This is no theoretical fertilizer, but is the result of years of practical trial, and very many 17 West Eorsyfch Street, Jacksonville, Fla,
Orange Growers, who have used it for years, can testify to its wonderful effects. .

Mr. C. C. Peas ley, of Lake Ji fait land, writes : "In reference to your april20-6mos OB WINDSOR.

Orange Tree Fertilizer, I would say that I have had charge of from eightto .

ten orange groves for the last ten years, have ricd all the fertilizers in the Jacksonville and Panama Park ...' .

market, and have.found none better than yours.:' .

One Tarietl.: 'vt/iil COD.vin.ce. :R.eai EI: tote; ; : : gch.an.ge.CITY : .

: Send for descriptive pamphlet to p. McQUAID, Jack Onvill Fla.,

Where a full supply of this Fertilizer is constantly hand, or to AND SUBURBAN PROPERTY A SPECIALTY.Bearing .

Orange Groves choice Building Lots and pod Garden land near the city for sale.
Houses and truck uarJeu fur Kent and excellent It nd in lots of half an acre and upwards ;
in good. location, for hale on monthly payment to parties. who will Improve. ,
.. Groves planted and taken care of,houses: built i.nd improvements made for non-resl-
; dents.
43-;&X,000)< >Sweet Seedlings and variety of other fru't trees for Bale.lI1r .
Money to loan on improved: property.
J. S. BELL, Notary Public.
Office Hours at No. Reed's Block,Bay street,City,rom 9 to 11 A.M. 0
< At Panama Park from 2 to U p. M. eeptSMi

M"b ;( P. Y -J

To Fertilize Orange Groves, Truck Lands and Farming Grounds Hot Ice to Skippers of Oranges ;




'. THE special attention of Shippers Is called to the dEW SCHEDULE arrangements of .
these old established Railroads through Georgia co:, !section with Cincinnati Southern,
MIXTURES FOR DIFFERENT-FRUITS AND VEGETABLES and Nashville Chattanooga and MI. LOuis ttallways Western Points. Inquiry Into the
u represented in nature. Cost only 812.00 for sufficient quantity to make AT HOME a ton merits of the roads that constitute this line, will satf! fy Hhippcrs a* to their reputation for
.: of good Phosphate. No dirt no Salt, no Plaster. A circular Culture, and reliable Train movement. These roads are long eatabl thed,and their Schedules not experi-
descriptive of the use and preparation of the Powell's Prepared Chemicals, mailed free ments. JU claims promptly paid. Any tnlormation regard to the Line cheerfully given.
We below that will show best between Jacksonville Clncinnatl
': give figures the posalbl 5 TIME
v e BROWN CHEMICAL CO. I I H. ROBINSON & CO. spedu Agents, ,and all points West: 0 .
; BALTIMORE, MD.JACKSONVILLE.| FLA. Shippers desiring to take advantage of,these routes rill give explicit directions, and see
that their Bills ol Lading or Railroad Receipts,read vt a Savannah: and Central Railroad of

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A Leave Jacksonville_...___...__...(S.F.&W.R: ;: ...."...........__.....__.__ 6:00: pm
is highly absolutely concentrated.pure and Leave Gainesville..._.....__.............._( .. ,_________...__...__ 2:00 pm
," 1 ounce, is worth 1 w. 0- LeaveSavannah: _.....__........__...____......__ :..__..._..___.__.___ &40 pm
of any: other kind It Is strictly.medioine tabe riven with food. Nothing on earth will make hens lay like Leave Macon ......_........... ................___...:..:..._......_ ....___........_.......___ 2:38 am
it. It cure.chicken cholera<1 aJl diseases of hens. Is rorth Its weight In gold. Illustrated book by Leave Atlanta........;_..._......._...____......_ .....___......__._.... 9:35 amLeave
by mall mall tree, $1.20.Sold everywhere Six oana by,express or sane,prepaid by mail for for 25 S5.OO.cents Da.in stamps.I. ft JOHNSON 21-4 To.ts airtight; CO., Boston tin cans Mass.$1* Boyce.................___........._..............._...-.. _--- ......___..._...___. Si pm
Arrive Cincinnati-....................._.....__.........__..:.... _...._: __._M__..._._..ILeave .. 6:00 am
Chattanooga..............._..........__...__._.. ____......____.:..:..:.lU. U pm
AGENTS WANTED-QTOCK-ROCTOR Leave Nash ville.......__..._........._._..._....__._ __.____...._....._.--6:15 pm
FORJHE Arrive t nlsville _...__._._.____._M......_ .__ ___"1"___ _..._ 8:00 am
EmU-acimrHorw,cius,Duur tSwWesvuitrv.Bees I and Does. By Hon.J.Pertain and Dr.A.H.Baker.V S. W. H. LUCAS, G. A. WHITEHEAD, G. F. A., .
ect pertalnlnj to Stock of farm both in Health and Disease. 'r.." chartafurtehln Agent -. r .08
povsnof Horsessubj Cattlet 72O EorraTfaffa and 14 Colored Plates. Farmers clear$ 00 a mpntl ACT Jack Savannah,Ga.
NOW! Soluslraerr'tory' Book absolutely without Competition. For Confidential!erms and W. F. BHELLMAN, Traffic Manager I
MT>r T gt fro rD\II 1tejurtr/ etc-,address N. D. Thompson Put Co, t3t.L 23lio.orsesTark. declO, -83-tt: ttavannatij Ua
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15,1885, Trains will
tEXTILE leave and arrive as follows excepting Trains SAVANNAH FLORIDA AND WESFNWATCROSS
FILTER Vo. 11 and No. 12, Dally except Sunday. Train ,

.- No. bundays: only. Train No. Saturdays
Oofree: .ISO-arm SOUTH BOUND. 431

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ARE 'THE BEST. r'L.:. flO ad ro =CO z I So RAILWAY .

STATIONS. 0 oZ "3* en A gzz SHORT LINE.
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-- All Trains of this,Road are Run by Central ((90th) ,
7 LeaveAH PM AM AM .AM Meridian Time which Is 33 Minutes Slower
:\.;,'" ;., ,' .:" ,,\ ccIr' R. R. Wharf ..?. ....._ ...-... ........ ...?... ....... than, Jacksonville Time.
.. "!1,:' ( SAntord0 Tso ...... 4 10 1030 10 00 9 20 ,

_, Al"r. Belalr ...._. 3 8 40......_ 422 1040,1012 9 3i ON AND AFTER SUNDAY NOVEMBER
Longwood... IBM...._ 4 &" 10 55 10 3,>10 10 15,1885,PassengerTrains will leave anti arrive
Altamonte. 1 903 ..._ 5 OU 11 Oo'lO' 4010 25Maitland follows
daily as :
"''!, .?. 1 915 ?...._ 5 15 11211055 10 50 NEW ORLEANS! EXPBES.
Winter Park 9 22 ......_ 5 25 11 30 11 m 11 10 .
j" Orlando....... 940...... 550 115011, ) 2* 12 10 Leave Jacksonville daily at.............. 7:00am.
.I Ar Ar Ar ArPM Arrive at Jacksonville dally at..._.,7:15 p m
AM P.M. PM PM Leave Callahan daily at......_............. 8:08 am.
KIssImmee.. 40 1027 5 15 610 1240 12 15 145 Arrive at Waycross dally at.._...........10:00 a m
:Halnest'itytfartow 61 11 15 618..... ....... Arrive at Thomasville dally at....._. 1:39 p m
J'nc 68 11 35 6 45 .._ ... 4. 20 Arrive at Bainbridge daily at..._....... 3:35 p m
oWt" .... AuburndaleLakeland 7211 50 700. .._ ...?... -a 4. 44 Arrive at Cbattahoochee dally at...... 4:04 p m \\1
PM 0 Arrive at Pensacola via L. &-N.R.R.iolO pm.'

-... 83: 12 *!; 7 55.............. m 5 45 Arrive at Mobile via L.&N- R. R....... 25a m
Plant City... 931U3 12. 8 30 .... .. ......_ 6 45 Arrive at New Orleans viaL.&N. R.R 7:20 a m
,> ...., ,. 5effner.......... 110() .02........ ....... C 7 30 Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars to and from
Tj Ar Tampa... 115 I10 40 BOUND......... ........ 00 8 15NORTH Jacksonville Orleans. Pensacola Mobile and New


H ci ; m -d-d :? d. Leave Jacksonville dally at............._ 1:40 p m
c .
rJo 0 a00.b Arrive at Jacksonville daily at....??.12.-00)( m
= ....-. z 8 oZ Ox' Z 0 U Z =S Leave Callahan dally at........_?........ 225 p m
r- _- :._. STATIONS. _a, --:: Q C.) ; 'c Leave Chattaboocbee Ht..........._......ll:10 a m
Because with them make delicious of Coffee than .a, Q C 0 G ,C. Leave Thomasville at....._......_....... 1:20 p m
a by other
can more
you cup any < < a C 0 F ... ..
leu coffee and no and having' it ready for the table In two rol nutP.s. Leave Gainesville at.MM. .. _..._. 6r20 am
process using eggs - _.......... .. '
well made of moderate In and In Leave Live Oak at. ?.... ....?_. 9:3-1 am
are good materialvery price, so construction
They simple >
Arrive at Waycross dally at._......._ 4:20 m
that a child of ten years can understand and use them. Thousands have been 8oM. Tai pa....._. 0 10 ro ........ 5 00 ...-... Cas 10 50 Arrive at Jesup dally at.... ... 5:55 p m
Tin Heavily PlanishedTin Bottoms I Ether, nc.; 2quartsl; 3quartRS1.2: 4 quarts $1.50. Sell er........ 12 1100 ........ 5 40 ., 0 11 & Arrive at Savannah at.? ?..?_?.?_ 7:40 p m
this handsome. Vase Lamp 150. of above sent to any address upon receipt Of Pla t City. x'.1125! .?..... 625...... 1245 Arrive at Charleston dally daily at............ 1:10 p a m
price. Lakeland..... 3211 51)) ....._. 7 15....?... >08 135 Arrive at Washington, D.C.,daily at 11:00 p m
Arrive at New York dally aL. 6-50 a m
... ... ... 215 ?
Auburndale! 42 12 15 7 5Q ?_ : Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars Jacksonville
Jacksonville, Florida.We Bartow J'ncJHalnesCity 47 12 35 ...?... 8 15 ........ 02 2 15 to NPW York without chan e. .
carry the largest stock of Crockery, China and Glassware In the State. dec7-tf 53 AM 8 a5 PM PM Pullman Buffet bleeping: Cars, Washingtonto
Itl8:-.immee.. 76 200 6 20 9 45 3 00 1015 4 40Orlando. Jaekr'onville. .
...-... 92 250 7 25 ArPM 3 55'11 10 6 15 Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars,Jacksonvilleto
Winter J7 3 trl 7 40 4 lU 11 25 635
.. p P'rk St. Louis, via Savannah, Atlanta, Nashville
= IJ ts.. tsc. MaitlandAlumoute..... 99 3 10 7 50 ... 4 2U 1135: 6 50 and Evansvllle.
>ts.A 0 s1s .(,;... .L.....:,:! -,102 :3 25! 805._...... 4 35 11 50 715
... "::S '< =::: Longwood... 105 335, 8 10.. ....... 4 4) .1 &J 740 EAST FLORIDA EZPBXSa.

.. a 0 trj JBelalr.........112! 350 8 40......... 5 (00() 8 u5 Leave Jacksonville dally at............... 5:00: p m
M rIJ !:j Ar .SanfordB. 115 400 855 ......? 5 10,1230 8 2IJ Arrive at Jacksonville dally at..7:>}a m
s tg-an rIJ C"< = zO' = Wharf.: i Leave Callahan daily at...................... 5:13 p m
Carto\v llruiicli. Sunday. Arrive at Call han..........._................7:11 am
Daily except
ii- :: 4s'; =a en Leave: 7:07 p m

== := Q ::r I South Bound. Arrive at Way cross dally at............... 5:10 a m
i I Z..a" 0r. Leave Gainesville dally at.................. 3:.:>0 pm
Q : ( p TATIONS. Pas. Pas. Pas. Arrive at Galnesvilledally at ............ 9:15: a m
f1J Fa"" =" No. No. &Ft Leave Live Oak dally at..................._ 7:15 p m
a K m '< hIQ A 13. 15. 17. Arrive at Live Oatc dally at............... 5:50 a m
S; C --- Leave Thomasville dally aU-............11:25 p"na
r ; ;'tr. pw e,.... LJ A.M P.M. P.M. Arrive at Albany daily at............_.-. 1:40 a m
: .. C>> ... "' .., Leave.Bartow Junction...... 0 7.JO 12.40 8.15 Arrive Montgomery via Central R.R. 7:10 am
= = 0t Leave,....Winter Haven........... 5 7.25 12.55! 8.40 An ive Louisville via L. &. v., H. R..... 2r2o a m
o i+ 0 en Arrive.....Bartow ..................... 17 8.00 1.3u y.25 l'ul.mhn Palace bleeping Cars between

.. Cct 8 "J =- North Bound. Jack son vllle and Louisville via'Ihoraasvllle,
1 Q 0 6'c '-' t-3: I Albany, Montgomery and Nashville. to
0 :::
STATIONS. Pas. Pas.i Pas. and fiom Montgomery and t-alnesvllle.
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= o Z :e LJ =" No. &Ft No. Pullman Palace leeplng Cars and Mann
... nen 14. 16. 18. Boudoir Sleeping' wars via VVaycross, Albanyand
I I Macon; and via Waycross, Jesup and
r c::: 0 A.M A.M P.M. Macon ; between Jacksonville and Cincin
I axr gg, -C :Leave..Rqrtow..l.... 0 5.5010.15 6.40 tI t nati. Also, Through Passenger Coaches via
Ma I eave... .Winter Haven......... 11 6.2., ,11.O) 7.15 both routes between Jacksonville and Chat-
C= ; CD Arrive....Bartow Junction.... 17 64011.20, 7.30 tanooga. -
I .., e. Indian Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars between
Sanford and River llailroad.
::: S' 3 Jacksonville and Savanuab, and Gainesville
Dally Sunday.Pembcrton .
x tJ23lD _. and Savannah.
UJU1 = o Pa.Pas.. .I p. s.1 PaR.I m Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars from. Jacksonville -
= > :" :I o. &i t STATIONS. N0. &FtA :-' to Washington, D.C.

fI'I ..., t< 3 25. 23. 24. 26.a Pullman Palace islpeplngCars,Jacksonville
ti fjQ (D -- '- to Louisville via lhumasvilleAlbauy and
'! .. : P.M. A. M A.M P.)[. Montgomery.Pullman .
I H Eo .Eo,... o 5..5 7.20 Iv..Sanford..ar 8.1"" 6.iJ 6 buffet Sleeping Cars New York to
, a Q r ;; VII. 1 7.2") ..... t;+.. I. R.Junc....... 8.05 6.30 1 Jacksonville and Cincinnati to Jacksonville.
/, o < a -ts ) 3 7.35:: ..Fort H."ro.?...... 7.5j 6.2\J\ 2 Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars -t Louis to
I. ; At -.. 5 6.O() 7.40..tRutledge..lv ;.5' 6.15 0 Jacksonville, via Evansville, Nashville, At-
S cci": rr Ferry IIranch.-Dally. lanta and Savannah.
< Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between
tr Q.., ( ts 00 P"st F'st F'st F'st Jacksonville and Washington,and Jackson
.(., .s. -f1J ::" M'l. Ft. STATIONS. M'l Ft. ::"' vllle and Cincinnati.
.( ?C',0",, 19. 21. 20. 22.t:: Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail
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I. and Steamship connections, and baggage
v ts M:
P.M. A.M A. M P.M.
> m checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths
1J'0. G K :-- o 5.15 12. 0 Lv Pembert'n Fery Ar 9.351"" :) 75 and sections secured at the Company's Office
t." ti \ .. a gq 1 U 5.4i 1.10 .........Owennboro........ I.\O'X0.15172 In Astor's Building.82 Bay Street,and at Depot -
0 h [ I-J \6 5.55 1.35 ........_Dade elty......... 8.50 9.55ft> Ticket Office,and on board People's Line
:!. = af ;Z3 6.15 2.05 ........_Rlchland._......... R.3'. 9.2 iii Steamers H. B. Plant and Chattahoochee.
8 14 43 7.35 345 ..........Lakeland........... 7.10 8.d 32 -
)3 8.0* 1.25 ..........Plant City.......... ..6.55!)) 6.5512 JAS. L. TAYLOR,
,.. 63 8.2i 5.0) .ettner 6.2-' 6.012 General PwengerAgent.
75 8.55 5.50 Arrive..Tampa-Leave 6.00 525 0 R. G. FLEMING, Superintendent._

I Flag Stations. No. 2 stops at Klxslramee
for dinner. Train No.3 stops for breakfast at A. J. BEACH & SON,
Lakeland. Train No. 6 stops for supper at

: + Connects Sanford with Sanford and In-
, fr dlanRlver Railroad with the People's Line Our stock of Fruit Trees is large and fine
AKC ANNUALLY [ WITH and DeBary-Baya Merchants) Line of Steamers and in good order. New Fruits,among whichare
forJacksonvllle and all Intermediate the White Adriatic Fig, San Pedro and
<*& points, and with Steamers for Indian Rivr White Genoa.
I r Pi and Upper St. Johns. At Klsslmmee with Catalogue free. Address
F : Steamers for Fort :Myers and Bassenger, an S points on Klsstmmee river. At Tampa with sep28-l 80Nt a.

i Steamer "Margaret" for PalmaSola, Braid-
-' entown Palmetto, Manatee and points on HOTEL, KEEPERS
:: Oar Seed 'Wareho uses the largest In Our Green-house Establishment at Hlllsoorongh and Tampa Bays; also, with
RevTork,are fitted up with erery apvliance -\ ( Jersey City is the most extensive In steamers for Key West Havana and New Send for Sample Copy of the
I ](', for the prompt' and careful America. Annual tales 3,4; Million Oilpans, and with steamers for Cedar Keys illustrated Hotel! News "
filling of,orders. Plants. and Punta Rasa, and Mall Mteamers for Key :;:
:: Oar Catalogue for 1886 of 140 colored West. Connects at Pemberton Ferry with
pages containing plates, descriptions and Illustrations Office Park Opera House Block,
Florida Southern for all
el the NEWEST, BEST and RAREST SEEDS and PLANTS, will be mailed on receipt of North, East and West. points,
) cover posta ,
tickets sold at all stationsto
Through regular
r 1'ER'li iisON & CO. 35 &N37 OOYORSt St1re points North, East and West'FREDEIUC The only Illustrated Hotel Paper published. r
H. RAN, Subscription: per 7 *r. ;;;
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KISSIMMEE, FLA., "';' -=!i""'::="-- :::;;;:i:::
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I .' Agent for Bale of Lots inKissimmee e J:!;:=,:.'=. ",'m:;; :ji i- .**3 nij.*.*.;M;:si" *g:nf"-*_' "."SliJ"SsrH-* &,Vyf
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, ". City, West Kissimmee. and Q ; :;.l; -:;..#' }' "' .- OFFERS FOR SALE

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Rosalie.Also li:1'"t :;:E,::::=:;g :f:' LARGE TRACTS OF LANDSIN i
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'. ".. 0 0i TIMBER LANDS,
;i Correspondence Solicited. LAKE FRONTS.

Lands selected for Oranges and Lemon.
Special pains taken to select and suit views of buyers, either for settlement or Investment. specially
1 Town Lots Orange and Fruit Lands Cane and Rice Lands,Stock Pasturage Lands. march P. O. Address, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
These Lands Include all varieties of upland and lowland,and are adapted to Oranges, Lem- 9-ly
ons,Pineapples Bananas, Sugar Cane, early vegetables, etc. and are chiefly In the Countiesof
St.Johns Volusla, Brevard Orange, ,Sumter Levy, Hlllsborough} Polk, Manatee and

t Monroe.Our lands are selling rapidly. Thousands of settlers have located ou them during the past 29OOOOOO ACMES of LAND
six months. Do not delav if you want them at the present low prices.
The lands of this Company are specially adapted to the culture of Tropical Fruit, Rice
Sugar Cane etc.,and are generally accessible by steam navigation. FOR SALE BY
Address all correspondence about the above lands to

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):' E. R. TRAFFORD, General Manager,

I\ SANFORD, ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA. Columbia, Bradford, Clay, Putnam, Alachua, Levy, Marion, Orange,

.,.. 90,000 Acres of the Finest Lands in South Florida! Sumter, Hernando, Hillsborough, Brevard, Baker, Polk & Manatee,

.:. THE LAKE REGION OF POLK COUNTY. Consisting of the finest Orange, Farming and Grazing Lands In the State of Florida. Prices
U.25 to$5 per acre, according to location.
I Two hundred deep,clear spring lakes,within a radius often miles. Their high banks
timbered with a luxurious growth of pine and oak, and being on the very summit of the For further Information apply to Office Florida Southern Railway Co.,PaIatka,F1a.
dividing ridge ot. the peninsula of Florida. Its dry air offers an Inducement to the Invalid.
Its beautiful and diversified scenery boating, fishing etc., offers the Quest opportunity for
people of taste to acquire a lovely w nter home where all the pleasures and comforts of our L. N. WIH-BIIE S. CONAN,
balmy climate can be enjoyed. Add to these the eminent suitability of the soil for the culture -
of the orange and other semi-tropical fruits, and the fact that both the South Florida Chief Clerk, Land Department. (sep29yl) General Manager.
and the Bartow Branch Railroads run several miles through this tract, make this the most
desirable locality In Routh Florida. These lands are divided Into lots of five acres and up-
wards and will be sold on most favorable terms to Improvers or settlers.

ANCLOTE; HERNANDO COUNTY. British Colony of Roxburgh ,

At the mouth of the Anclote river on the Gulf ') land in full view of the
ocean; salt air salt water fish, miles of oyster bedn. High land for residences and orange
groves,rich bottom land perfectly drained for vegetable gardens. A sugar plantation of 200
acres now being established by a sugar planter from Cuba, who selected this point after NOW FORMING:
looking over the whole State. Post-office,store, church school saw-mill and all requisites
for settler. Protected from frost by the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico on the North-

west.This Company have- also rich- and alluvial lands in Sumter, Alachua and Orange Coun-
ties,and flrst-cla-sites for building purposes all along the South Florida Railroad. would Special inducements offered to genuine settlers, not land speculators. The
do well for prospective' purchasers to look at the lands offered by this Company before purchasing -

elsewhere. town is only 5 miles from the metropolis! of the State, situated on one of the

For full particulars address, railroads affording immediate transportation to Jacksonville.
.: BLOUNT & WHITLEDGE Bartow Polk County, Florida. leading ,
G. M. MORRI8H Anclote nernando County, Florida.
r J. E. LAMBETH. Gainesville, Alachua COuntt. Florida.nov24lyr Address .
A. C. MARTIN Mackinnon. Orange County, Florida, or to
E..R. TRAFFORD, General Manager,Sanford,Orange County,Florida. J. C. ROXBURGH,

nov2tf 39 West Bay St., Jacksonville. Fla.

: i Land .--. .. '-- .... ...... .., ,.
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TO THE PUBLIC. '. '.-t ::' '"
Florida Land and Improvement Co. Having retired from the firm of B rrf Hun ". '
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ter &Stockton, and under .. ,.
i.r. 'h-nam'of Barn & Hunter,we renow '. r. "

: ,. "\' A. .& G. C. C, and Okeechobee Land Co. prepared Estate to,as buy can and only ill those city bo and have countryReal great '" "'t

," 1. ., experience and the lull confidence of the / . 'io-:...,
t iu lic. Thanking y' u for past favors we.A .

:;:y: i -t' .; .! ':: Kissimmee Land Company. solicit your business BARRH in the future& HUNTER, ,' -'' .''. ;.
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5.V ; ) Jan 4tf 31 West Bay St.,Jack onv1llt:,Fix ,
t s'; i f. + : : i ;

1 ','Llq, 2,500,000 Acres of Choice Lands

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';,' !df jBale:: .:in East and South Florida, adapted to the cultivation of Tropical

"; : r ; j'L; ;. F. Fruits, Sugar Cane, Rice, etc.PRICE GLEN ST. MARY NURSERIES.Gr. .
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: .. $ .SS PER ACRE AND UPWARDS. L. T-A.BER, Proprietor: ,

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Trees a specialty, including the Honey Peen-To, Albert Sidney,Tbnrber.and other
information and circulars forwarded Address also LeConte and Kiefer's Pears on LeConte KooU, and otherPears
,. Full .. on application. varieties of the Chinese Type; '.
\ t standard and Dwarf; Japan Persimmons Japan MedlarsEeIie's
.J- -, : "'' ": Almonds. Filberts Walnuts Chestnut, CO.OOO Orange Tree.
Plums Quinces Grapes.
No. 305 Walnut Street Philadelphia Pa.Pi1cLL1l .
r Shade and Ornamental Trees,etc. Catalogues free on application.
I>;;u -v'" REFER CES-F1rst National Bank, Jacksonville; Messrs. George F.Drew* Co..JackJ -
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r. Anguata, Oa....__..._ 40 17000 Cedar ,Rapids, Ia...._.... 133 199 50 Fort cott, Ran............ 1.12; '200 00 LoganspoTt, Ind._.......... 8.5 1401M Portsmouth, Ohio_...... 80 130 00
F Atlanta. Ga....___..._ 40 70 00 Champaign, Ill............ 00 150 00 GAmOn, Ohio............. N.) S' 14000 Lincoln, .Neb.. .............. I l5 2W 00 Peoria 111_............_. 85 140 00
Atchison Kan.....__.. 116 17500 Dalton, Ga......_..... ...... 50 87 50 OalUpolls, Ohio............ .(00)() .150 00 Maiui.. Ga............. ...... 35 6125 Pltt burJ!'. Pa................. 112 167 00
t ,Adrlan. Mlch................. 90 150 00 JaytonO. ............... 80 130 00 Grand ltaplds, Mich.... 90 150 00 Mohlle, Ala.................... 50 87 5") Qulncy.J..Ill_.............._. 118 18100
II Ann Harbor, Mich.... 00 150 00 DelAware, Ohio............ 80 130 00 Henderson Ky............. 70 11500fontvomE'ry.. Ala....... 40 70 00 Hom .. .._.............. 50 '1 50)(
Alton, Ill. ...-............. 1)5 14000 Det1anre. Ohio.............. 8.5 14000 Hickman R ........ .. 150 Rock ..Eland
Y ..N.... 70 11500 Mansfield, Ohio.......... 00 00 IJI............ 116 17500
Anniston, Ala....._....... 40 7000 Detroit: Mich.. ............. 00 150 ro .
? Indianapolis, Ind..._ M30 00 \fIl8JllIon, 01310............ 00)50 00 ltachester. N. Y.___ 121 177 00
,Birmingham Ala........ 40 7t 100) DanvllleI11.............._. 85 140 00 Jeffersonville Ind...... 75)123 00 Mt. Vernon, Ohio......... 80 130 00 :-andnflky.: Ohio............ 00 151100
.' Bloomington, Ill ..._... ,90 12Q 00 Davenport Ia............... 110 1800 Jacksonville, Ill.......... 85 14000 Memphis. 'j'f'nu........... 60 ItS 00 F Ioux City, Iowa....._. 132 190 00
Burllngton la............... 107 l.b 00 Dubuque, owa.......... 00 150 00 Joliet. Ill........................ 8i 14000 Milwaukee, Wls_....."" 00 1150 00 Springfield. 111........1N." 122 195 00
Belleville ill......._._. M 14000 Des Moines. Iowa....._. 145 21600 Jefferson City, Mo........ 121) 180 00 StadiFOn, Ind..._.......... 80 00 8t. Mo........._... 116 171) 00
BUffalo, N. Y.-....!.... 1, 12 167 00 Denver, Col....._......_. 28& 360 00 Knoxville. Tenn .......... 60 ;1105 00 Minneapolis, 1\1lnn._... 1 28 192 lI) St. Louis, 1\10_. ._.._.... 85 140 00
Bay City M1ch........:_. 100 17000 Dixon, Ill...................... 00 ISO 00 Kenton, Ohio............... 99 114200 Madison, \, Is .... ......... 1 28 173 II Saginaw. l\Il'b........... .. 95 100 00
Bristol, .j.enn............_ 78 150 00 Elyria, Ohio.................. 106 14900 Kalamazoo, tlch_...... 00 Montreal, Canada...... 1-ii 2O'J 00 fipringtleldl.......... 90 137 00
Cleveland Cincinnati 0......... ...N. 90 150 00 Evansville, Ind_......... 75 125 00 Kansas City, 1\10_...... 1 16 17500 Na..hvlJle.Tenn.-....... 64 lO5 On()( Rt. Paul. I11innN..N._ 1 25 19'J 50
Ohlo.....;_. 70 liS 00 FASt af1naw.. Mich.... 95 160 00 Lansing,Mh".."..".1'.. 1 fO 17ft 00 New OrlE'Anl N..N..... 60 105)! Of Toledo, O...._........__.. 90 150 00
Cairo, Ill.. ...-.........-. 75 125 ro East St. Louis. 111...._.. 85 14000 1 sCroFSe Wis... ...... 19l 20800 Newark, Ohlo......_...... 90 150 00 Terre iante. Ind ....._ 80 180 ro .-
Columbus, Ky.............. 70 In on Emporia., Kan,............ 156 Zt 2 50 Lima, Ohlo_........N... ....:: 80 1: 0 00 I Omaha, Neb........._...._ 1)6) 17500 Toronto, Can......._........ 13 )7R 00
Columbus, Ohio........... 80 1 0 00 F.rle, Pa..............__...... 1 12 167 00 Lafayette. Ind...._..._ SI 14000 Ottawa, C n......_......... 130 200 (\, Topeka, K n......._..._ 140 207 50
olumhui 0" .....-..... 40 .0,00 Fort \Vay"e. Ind.......... 8.5) ltO 00 Lancaster, Ohio.N.N,. 85 10100 on rlty. Pa. ................. I 12 167 Of Urbana, ( hin..N.....N.. 80 1M 00
Council Bluffs IaN ...... 141 tUS on Findlay Ohio............... 102! 14100 Leavenwortn, Kan.... 1 16 171) 00 }Pekin 111. ..................... 90 1.0 00 Wheeling, WVa..N..NN. 1 12 167 00
Chicago II1-:........_ RS 140110 Fremnnl; Ohlo.......:".?. 101 14d 00 foulsvlJJt'. Ry_....?..._ 70 11500 Pa"a IJI........................ 8.1) ))40 (t4. Winnipeg, Man........... 240 379 60(
1 Ch ttannoaa, Tenn.....: 60 87 60 Fort Dodge, Jowa..;..... 149 24-150 Little Rock, Ark........... 100 165 00 I'lqua, Ohio.................... 80 130 00 I


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Jacksonville and Live Oak................................................................. 20 40,5 50, SO 40 go 40 80 40 AA 40 80 40 840 U 64 96
Gainesville,' lVew Branrord.....__._................................. ..NNN....._................. 25 50 ro 60', 45 90 1 4i 00 45 00 4,5 00 4' OOi 45 90 45 90 60 1 10
Landings on tit. Johns river................_..............N.............__.............................. ;to 6 35 70 I 50 1 00 50 1 00 50 1 001 ro 1 00 50 1 ro, 50 l1JO, 50 10 63 1 16
Stations on Fla So Ry north of and Including Ocala ..........._......................._. 45 c 50 100 6.5 13n G5' 130 GS 1311,, 65 1 6,'} 1 30 R5 1 65 130 79 1 46
Stations on Fla $o. Ry. South oC OCala. ...........................................,_....._....... 50)( 1 0 55' 1 10'' 7011 40 701, 1 41) 70 1 40 70 1 40 70 140, 70 1 301 711 1 40 sa 156
Rtatlnns on Fla. So. Ry., 8t. J. & L. E. DlvlsloD......._........._.............................. 50 10n 5.5 701 1 40 70 1 41) 70 1 4n 70 1 40 70 140,, 70 1 40, 70 14n 84 1 58
Landings on Lake Santa:: Fe...._........._.............................._........................,........ 4.5 90 50 1001 6.5 180 6,') 130 75 I 30 6) 13n 7F 130 6.5 150, 65 130 80 1 4ft
Tam pa..........N.................. ......................................................................................... 5-1) 1 10'' 60 120i i 75 1 50 7i 1 50 1 tit 7.5 1 ft 150, 75: )( 75 150 88 J 65n
Inil on Manatee Rlver.............._........................_........._......... .............. 5.5 1 10 120'' 75 1 po 75 150 71: 01, 75 150 75 1501, 75 11))1 1 50 ,,90 1 66
Station on J.. 13L::) A.. do K. B. flyN....................._................................................... &3 60 138 701 5-1 Ion( ( 1i1 1 fIO i3 1 5.1 100( b3 1 fOI b3 1 5 100 67 118
Palatka................._........................ ......_..........._..............._............_.................. 25 50, 60, 4) 90 4i 90 45 fOI 4.5 90 4.5 00, 45 001 4.5 90 67 106
St.: ugu8t1ne....._...._............................................................................................ a3: 60 B8 70 531 1 Pn) 5:1: 1 1 OCI 5:1: 1 W 53 1 Gb( 6.1,1 b3 100{ 53 100 118
Stations on J71. dz K. W.By ...... ............................................................................ :00 6f5: 70 60/1/ 00 50 100 60 1 00 50 1 00 f 01 5U 100, 50 100 61 1 18
Landings lustls And Harris ................................................................? 55 1 160{ 1 50 75 150 75 150 75 150 I 79( 1 501 75 1501 75 150 90 1 t16
Stations on South Florida RaUruad. 201' 55I '

From Belair to Bent's. in lus1ve....._........._........................_.................. ..... 3i 7r 40 1 10 f,5 1 10, 5i 1 10 b5 1 10 55 1 b5, 1 10 s. 110 R8 126
Front Lonrwood; to Orlando, IncluRlve.............................. ................... ......... 40 FO 4.=} 90 fin 12n 6011 fir 120 60 1 20 I ro 1 101 60 110 60 t 73: 136From
Gatlin to TAke Parker, Incluslve_.............._............................... ...... 45 m 100 B5; 13n 30 65 1:10: f.5 1 :40 i 70! 1 : 6., () 65 130 78 146
Frnm Acton to Barlow inclusive... ....................................._................., ... 5' 1 91'1) 55' 1 In'' 71' I to 701 1to 'i0 Ito 70 1 I 1 J(o 70 1.0 7U 14n gJ 1 66
Stations on F. n. & N. ? o. north of and including Ocala................,..._....1N e.5! fO 1(0 1)); 1331) 61 1 : 0 6.; 130 70 130 I Gi I ;to, Gil i 1 31J G5) t ro 79 148
on F. R. d N. ("0. ROuth of 01'818_....................................................., 1iO 1 m 1 555) 1 10 7f' I 40 70 1 40 7\ 1 14n 1..0 I & i 30 70.. 1 40 70 1 40 84 J 58
Stallions on Ra"'Col'Il d Indian River R. R........._............_. ..........N................. 35 70! 41) &1 M) 1 10 55 I 10 55 1 11) MIlO I 1 10 b0' 1 10 b5' 1 10 68 128
tal'ronR on TavaTeIl, Orlando & AtlaD tic It. R....._............_....._................... hO 1 W 5.1) 1 10 70 1 40 70 1to 70 1 40 7n 1 40 70 I 7.i 1to 70 140 88 166
oulrpolnts north'1'ampa...._............................................... ......_................... 55l !0 60 I .ro( 75 15n 75 1 M! 7.0; 15n 7;>> 1 5u I 7i) 1.5(1( I ;il} 75 150 9" 168
south Tampa..............._...__........_....._.:.._......................... 75 50 80 160 9.3 190 95 1 ; 95 190 9-5 190, 95 1 90 9.3 1 96 190 110 2 08
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CONNECTIONS. The capacity of the Standard barrel must not exceed that of an ordinary flour barrel.
3acity over the above will be liable to pro rata excess or cnanee.
Double dally fast freight service for all points West via Albany, Jesup and Savannah. The Carload Is estimated at 20,000 pounds, or 230() Standard Boxes. Excess of this
Dally fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern Interior a* "nri vrf n h4II charged for pro rata. Car-load shipments mnstbe to one destination and
and Coast points, Including New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and to one conslgee.Prepaymeutoftrel; .
Providence. ht will not be required, but good order and condition of shipment
Trl-weekly connection for New York via the Ocean Steamship Company, leaving Savan- will be an absolute requirement. It is clearly understood between the shipper and the t
nah Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. transportation companies that no responsibility shall attach for loss or damage, however
Twice a week for Baltimore via the Merchants and Miners Transportation Co., leaving occasioned, unless it be from negligence, and that such loss must attach solely to the
Savannah Tuesdays and Fridays. company upon whose line such negligence may be located.
Weekly connection for Boston via the Boston and Savannah Bteampshlp Co., leaving The charges advanced by this Line in good faith to connections at those points will not
Savannah every Thursday. be subject to correction by this Line.
Weekly connection for Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co., leaving Savannah every In every case the full name and address of the consignee must be given for Insertion in
Saturday. Bill Lading and on the Way-bill. \
Balling days of Steamships are subject to change without notice. Single shipments to Western points will be charged at double rates. .
No single shipment taken for less than SI to Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Balti .
,INFORMA.TION' iron SHIPPERS. more. If shipped beyond,they will be charged In addition the single package" rates of connecting
lines and cost of transfer. .
.. To make through rates from points tributary to the above, add the rates of connecting Stencils, shipping receipts and information furnished on application to any oi the agents
lines to above rate For further Information, U needed,apply to Agents of the lines or to
The dimensions of the Standard Box for Oranges are 1.2x12x21lnchea, and the weight Is I C..D. OWENS JAMFS L. TAYLOR, '
enttuated at 80>> pounds. Traffic Manager, Savannah, G a. Gen'l.FrelgbtAgent, Savannah, G*.


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With descriptions of FRUIT AND PRODUCE

CC : vZMISSIC: : : T MERCI3.A.TB': ]
Fruit, Trees, Plants, Vines, Berries, Ornamental Trees, Grasses, etc., etc. ,

I :; ,,', Together with,fall descriptions of"all the SOUTHERN FRUIT AND VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY.

: CHOICEST_ VARIETIES OF ORANGE & LEMON TREES 326 and 3S8 North Delaware Ave., Philadelphia.
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EstubHshcd '1871.
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( Consignments of oranges solicited. We have a trade that consumes all our oranges with
I 1 f Budded from tried and approved varieties, and on good healthy stocks. out having to send to auction. Remittances sent on day of sale. JuneSIyisrs. I
. Fruit Trees suitable to Florida. Address, EfBTABLIE: :IIED

! AARON WARR., Georgetown, Flat -
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McBRIDE & KINGSBURY, Proprietors,

I JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. Waycross Railroad Wharf, Jacksonville, Fla. .:

Branch PackingHouseVaycross Railroad Depot, Gainesville, Fla.Oran.ges .
} .Nursery at Point' LaVlnta,four miles up the St.Johns River. Boats land at wharf at
the Nursery. A full supply of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, suitable for the climate olFlorida. : :I.emc :xi ,
i Orange es Budded from Be*ring Trees. Only the Largest or King Seedlings selected And other Fruits and
) for Stock. A large nuppiy of Two-Yea -Old Buds on hand this season. Budded Trees Vegetables,
[1 from 10 cents up. drove Set Out and Warranted.
KEFEBENCES-Bank of Jacksonvllle; Prof.Halliday State Agricultural College. Catalogue PACKED, SHIPPED AND SOLD.

i sent on application sepl4-Gm Reliable Correspondents in all the principal cities of the United States.

Gr: e e:Ia. J.eD1.0D..S: !

( A full stock of approved sorts of ORANGE and LEMON Trees-One, c-ro: VV ers' Su.:pp11e: .
Two and Three-year buds. Trees fine and thrifty. Ornamental Evergreens Have a-full stock of Urowers'Supplies-consisting of Cottonwood Thin Wood for Orange
I Boxes,which makes the Whitest, Lightest, Strongest and Cheapest Box In use. Beach
(I. a specialty. Send for catalogue.sep (Bangor)Thin Wood,Dressed Pine Heading:,Hoops,Manilla Orange Wiaps,etc.,etc.,all ol
the best quality,and cheaper than the cheapest.

I -6m MAXWELL, ANDERSON & CO., Sun Mateo, Fla. Agent for the Sale of the Stevens Sizer and the Dayton Tramway Fruit(Car.

Send for Circulars and Stencils. sep4-tf
I Refrigerator Transportation for Strawberries and other Fruits to

1 CRESCENT CITY, FLORIDA.. Northern Markets.


Oran.ge: ia.c1 LeD1.oD.: : Trees, '

), LeCon'te and Keiffer Pears, Peen-To and Honey Peaches, Grapes, Figs, Mulberries

,:, Pecans, Filberts, Pomegranates, Guavas, Bananas and other trees BOWEN'S PATENT REFRIGERATORS)
suitable Florida. Our stock is and free from Scale other
t' to thrifty or para. Will be prepared to carry Strawberries! for growers in Georgia and Florida to Northern
' sites. Catalogue post free. Address market curing the coming season.
For rates! and information apply to

1'1\ F. S. CONE, Manager, W. H. PILLOW, Jacksonville, Fla.

I oc5-tf Crescent. City, Florida.
dec7-3mos GEO. B. EDWARDS, Charleston, S. C.




; The Oran..ge n i: a.a I eD1.on.: : M ANUFACTCRE the LIBRARY CHAIR.
f OFFICE LOJNGC. BEST:: Chairs and

in variety, other Citrus Fruits, Peen:To aid Honey Peaches, LeConte and They Lounges have in all the the World.different -

I t I Keiffer Pears, Japan Plums, Japan Persimmons,Figs, Guavas, Grapes, etc. TI Reclining Positions,
and can be rigidly fasten
CATALOGUE FREE. I Qj ed at any angle,a feature
\ I found only in their goods.
Orders from East Florida shipped from our Nurseries on Drayton They are durable*: simple
,with variety of designs -
Island St.:Johns River.
i INVALID and prices to suit.

A. H. MANVILLE & CO. CHAIR. If you want a COMFOUT-
\ : of FURNITURE, see them
J aug24-ly_Lukclaii, Polk: County, Fla. before buying.
t They also make Physi
F.4.IR.-crIEIw: : rq'J"Et.ISEEI.lE3I : : : : cians'ing lockers.Chairs and Reclin. '

I Offer ior the season of 1SSS-6 a choice stock of

l. Consisting of the well-tested, named varieties, Homosassa, Magnum Bonum, Mandarin, f --- :.. $t'Jie\"luG that If a mai has dealt squarely*M'Ids'' fellow.
: ,Tangerine, "Mediterranean. Sweet," etc. Also, to.t =- v" men bit patrons are his best advertisers I inVite oil to
\ t:! ;.G'OR" make inqniry or the character otinr seeds among omo
lPs l(8 j million of tarDIer.Gardeners and: Planters who hate
Shaddock Lime-
Lemon Fruit ;: -
: Sicily Grape _,."=--.s D.-- ",.- used them during the past thirty years.: Eaiilojf the a
XlJl H of the send sold(few wediroen raise ?
large portion
FIGS In variety Including the White Adriatic; CATLEY GUAVA,both red and yellow, ,, I r seed they sell 1 was the first ediman in the United
t EARLY MULBERRY, JAPAN PLUM, and other Fruit and Nut-bearing Trees, Plants ATALOG..u States to warrant(as per catalogue)their purity and rre.hne.}
'Vine and Shrubs ulted to the climate of Florida. --- a JJy n*- V petable ntd Ikwereed. C.taloJtueJurl8841i1Jt, be
+ ;;Catalorue.with prices,sent on application. Addrosa Y eiitBl.BioaU")10 and. for It. Aroonjf an immeiiMs dmmh".11 iCab886'
In otber) I new
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O. R. THACHJER, JKanager, bage,just ax early a .nder-on'jI hat nenrl'rL"
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Great Southern Freight and Passenger Route between New England and
;' Georgia, Florida, Alabama, the South and Southwest. GRADED CONCENTRATED MANURES

t ..(..:. :' :First-Class .Passenger Accommodations. C -I
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< Cabin. Passage, $20;, .Excur8 ion $35.00; Steerage, $12, O c3m I o =.

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CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley...._.........._...................Thursday, January 7, at 8:30 p. m : : -
GATE CITY Capt. Hedge...... ..?....._..........__.................Thursday, .January 14, at 1:00 p. m I r.
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley..........._...._....__....._.Thur8day, January 21, at 8:OO p.m or 3a GdoW
GATE CITY, Capt., Hedge.....?...N.................................._Thursday, January JS, at 1:80: p. m 1/I m
OITY'OF M,,"CON, Cap. Keliey.r ........_.........;..............Thunwiay: February 4,at 7:30 p. m ='
GATE CITYCapt Hedge;....:......._.............._...........?..Thursd'y, February 11, at 11to a. m = IA
CITY O* M \CO, Capt. Keliey..........?........................._Thursday, February 18, at 6:30: p. m
GATE CITY.Capt Hedge.. ...:..;W_........?..?...................Thnrsd-ty, February 25 at 12 30 p. m RI THE hbT IN USE.
CITY OF. MAfON, Capt. Keliey...._..................._.............. .Thursday, Ma oh 4, sit 6:30 p.mG Prof. Isaac Stone, In his article on Orange culture In the trade edition of the Tnlon,
VTE CITY1CaPt.'Hedge -....... ...?........._..........................ThursdHy, March 11, at 10:30: *.m O'toberl88i. : "of a.l the fertl Izers used on some t5,000treesthe Mark's Cove Orange-
CITY Kelley...........-...;........_._........_..Thursday, March 18, at 5:30 p. m Tree Food says better results than other used." Send for Pamphlet and full particulars -
GATE CITY,''Capt.-Hedge............... .......................................Thursday, March,atl :S-i' p.m t gave any
Through Bills of Lading and Tickets over Central Railroad Georgia Savannah, Florida dec7-tC WIGHTMA &: CHRIS"OPHER,State Agent
and Western Railway and connecting with East Florida by the Waycross Short Line.
(Florida Dispatch) and the Steamers the S Island Route. i
W. H:'RINc. Nickerson's Wharf, Boston. THE BLUEGRASS SULKY PLOW.
F.W.NICKERSON A CO., General Agents Bosto .
For Freight.Ga. ; Passage, and Rooms apply. to Hit ARDSON & BARNARD, Agents, Savannah. FOR DEEP BREAKING WITH LICHT DRAFT.
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sepl45' HENRY R. CHRISTIAN. G. S. Agent,24 Bay Street. M QUICK RETURNS TO 'p A.rnh

.. LS A. Y' ANN A H' LINE o< xa H o.i:: As the BLUIORISS ACENTS,sells onoq:..:.: M-c..t"'I =0 gt

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To or from New York,Cabin, f2>;; Steerage,$13; Excursion (return trip),$43. 0. < .g T-
THE Magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: CAN BE HANDLED BY ANY ONE WITHOUT INSTRUCTIONS.A .

FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK. convincing proof of the superiority: of the BLUEGRASS over any other Sulky Plow la:the
fact that we place it with farmers everywhere .
'CITY OF,A UGURT', Capt. NJck.erson...............................We<1ne day, January 1- 4:00p.m
CITY1 OR8AVANNAH..Capt H. IX IMgett..........._........Monday, Januury 4- 6:00p. mORAT'FAHOOCHEE tTOISr: TB.JA.L.: : 3
-' ,-Capt., t'atharine..W..N.Wednesday,January 67:30 a. m Not a solitary one has yet been returned. This is unprecedented In the history! of Improved
NAOOOUHEE, Capt. Kempt .......... ........................................ Fi iday. m Implements. '
TALLAHASSEE, Capt, Pinner....._....?......?..?.?.......?...?......Monday, January 11-10330a: m
CITY OF AUOUSTA, ( apt. Nlckerson ...........................Wednesday,January 13-12:00 n'n THOS. MEIKLE $c CO.
CITY OF SAVANNAH,Capt,.H. C. Daggett............................Friday,January 15- fciW p. m ,
CHATTAHOOCHEE, rapt. Catharine..____....._......Monday. January 185:00 p. m Manufacturers of
NACOOUHEE.Capt Kempton...?.......................?.......Wednesday,January 206:30 p. m
T+I.LA HAkE. Capt. Fisher......_....___.........N.N.N............_Friday, January 22- 8:0u a. m STEEL AND CAST PLOWS,
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nlckerson..........._.?............Monday, .Januarv Z'j-1':30' a. m
CIIY I OF WANNAH, Capt. H. C. Daggett....?..............Wednesday,January 27-12:30:( p. m' WALKING AND RIDING! CULTIVATORS
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine.......................................Fnday,January 23:- 2:30 p. m ,

(These Steamers do not carry Passengers.]
JUNIATA, Capt. Daggett....._N ......__....._.........._....... Saturday December 5- 4:30 p.m LOUISVILLE KY.
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,Capt.- _. .. _.... _........Saturday, December 12- 9.-00 a. m
JUNIATA, Capt. Daggett...._........_............................_.8atuniay, December 19- 3.-00 p. m
DESSOUG.Capt.: ..................................__............Saturday, December 269:00 a. m 100 0 OE&DS '


Connecting. with the Savannah, Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line) and OF HARD WOOD CUT WITH ONE RUNS BY ONE OF OUR C8.EBRATEDSILVER a
the Sea Island Route.
Offer to the Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line. STEEL DIAMOND SAWS.
Through Tickets and Rills of Lading Issued to principal points North, East and Northwestvia
Savannah. For further particulars apply to Thin is the record of 'a practical: Indiana Sawyer with the King of
HENRY YONGE, Agent, G. M. SORREL Agent, Saws made from oar Special English Tool Steel capable of holding an.
Pier No.35.North River,New York. City Exchange Building,Savannah, Ga. edge longer than any other saw made. We challenge the world to equal, '
W. L. JAMES Agent: 13 8.Third Street,Philadelphia
J. D. HASH GEN Eastern Agent Sav., Florida&: Western Ry. Co.,261 Broadway.N.Y.
For Tickets apply to Waycross Railroad.Offices. For Rooms apply to G. M. SORREL, ** H- # -
Agent, Savannah.
-- --.*ug VB3-ly. .H.'R. CHRISTIAN:, Gen'l Soliciting Agent,62 Bay street

Price, $11.00qer foe including Handles and Gauge. Fnrc'shed either regular gram or
SEA COTTON SEED extra thin back. Any one sending this card.with an order for a Saw of any length,will be presented
ISLAND MEAJL.Motatare. with one of our Celebrated Criterion Saw Sets We take this method of introducing these aeta to the
The Cheapest Fertilizer In the Market Toe TH DEXTER SPECIAL: DIAMOND AND DIAMOND,

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Nllrolten, equal Ammonia..........W.N.N..N...NN..N.N.WN .._.____....__ 1.00.e .e :H.. Dudley Coleman, Agent; New Orleans
Phosphoric Acid,equal Bon Phosphates_......____...__.__...__ 5.11" u
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