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 11, 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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New .Series.: Vol. ,5.-No. 3. Published by CHAS. DACOSTA, Jacksonville, Fla. f Price Scents,

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Monday. January 18, 1886. ESTABLISHED 1869. 82.00'r Year in advance ; postage free. ,* ffl
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ties assume different forms. fully grown, and some of them no ethan there was no one in this region who
] J The pine-apple is not a single fruit 'two thirds grown. I, had ever seen a barrel of pine-apples

but a syncarpous or collective fruit. But we are told they will ripen packed. It was a subject of a 'good
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THE PINE APPLE." The flowers are closely crowded to- the same. I deal of thought before I began and:the
0111 U gether in the form of a short conical They will turn yellow but will nevi ;j; result was that the first one was packed

1-" '"" ia'' 1''lUY' REV.' JAMES II. WHITE. spike. Each flower is in the axil of a ripen. In this respect they are unliks just as we pack them now, and as most
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CHAPTER. 'f XX._ When' the petals have fallen off or A half-grown banana will ripen o in barrels ,which is as follows : ," ;
r. nicking 1 i is not", an .unimportant dried ,up;'these bracts with the'calyxof ter being picked so as to be palatable, Three courses usually' ,fill a, barrel.
,of the 11 planter'svork.) i. ., When, ".to pick, the flower form sharp conical projections but'a half-grown pine-apple, though 'it The apples of each course should" be
(s and lipw. ,to pick, are, its,,'prominent t covering the surface of the in- will turn yellow, will never. befit for of about equal size. The smaller ones

,, features.>'-. but the first, is by: .far. the fant apple. human food. It will be fibrous with in the top and .the bottom courses; the
f' most difficultito answer: ,- -and far> the By the English gardeners these pro- but little juice, and that little fit'only larger'ones in the middle course.' ''( j ll;
most, hMcultfir, ,. ',the- novice* to understand jections are called pips, and it will be for vinegar. V Begin with a row around the -bottom

r' .' 101\\ j f -.j seen t11'atth\ bract and calyx of each There are two methods more or less alternating the crowns, first: one
M jln general. .terms, ,the answer i is easy pip taken collectively, constitute the : practised in this region. One is to crown up the next one down pressing

r ..enough., .For, j :'home use 5 and ,a nearS outer covering of the embryo fruit. take a sharp pointed knife and cut the them closely together. In this way
,market\pick' when' ripe.'! For.; a distantmarket In the development of the fruit each stem partly off just at the base of the each crown will be between the bodies
'' j ,, ,, when they are fully l of these sub-divisions becomes greatly fruit, and above the slips, so that it of two apples and 'occupying but l little

srpwp'. I ;' enlarged The puter margin of the can easily be broken. space. Pack in this way until 'the
F, .Most. varieties are.yellow: when ,ripe cone's base has so receded from its The other is to place the knee course or layer is full and the' other

and a pine-apple is, not fit,to,eat, ,until centre that the bract and calyx no against the base of the fruit as a ,fulcrum courses in the'same way. The toP' of

all, traces' of green: :have' .disappeared longer stand at-an; angle with the sur- the hand upon the,.tQp of the the last one should be about two'inches
5x,; ,from .the'J surface. and is. not at its best face but are parallel thereto, or nearlyso. top of the'apple, using it"as a'' lever. above the top of the barrel.' Remove :

;r r untua, >t day' or more afterwards. In the mature fruit the pip is no Holding the fulcrum steady and the top hoops and press the head

\-.. .I.,'But ll i .l for- -a ,distant market. the case i is longer'conical but broad and flat, with firm, apply the power and the stem in with a lever. *
different-r-casy: to be seen by a practica1eye its outer edge slightly elevated above will generally break, at the base of the Packed in' this way all'th:space tis'

. "; but.:quite difficult to describeso the centre. fruit, opposite where the knee was used to the best advantage and no '

.*I.as' to*' be understood.., ,- This is what the planters on the placed. This method is the quickerone shaking about while in transit '!,
. In my early experience even the,description Florida Keys and West Indies call of the two but not the most satis VENTILATION : .' '

, was wanting, and I had no being full. They say, "Pick prunes factory. must not be neglected. Many do this
i guide but my own judgment and a when they are full." Another method practised to a con- by chopping holes in the sides of the

vague notion that fruit ought not to This description of a fully grown ap- siderable extent where the fruit is barrel with a hatchet. But we ven-

bes picked until it was grown. ple applies to the common Red, Black shipped in bulk by sail vessels, is to tillate by boring three rows of inch
But how determine when it was Jamaica, Trinidad, and such other cut the stem below the slips sendingfruit holes-one in each stave around the
grown was the'question. It is' readily sorts as have broad, flat pips, while the and slips to market. barrel. A row in each end and another
learned by those who have opportunity pips of the Queen( Ripley Queen, Gyp- The several methods have both their in the middle. The hatchet makes a
to compare samples all stagesof sey Queen and Charlotte Rothschildare advantages and disadvantages but I rough unsightly hole while the latter :
development,, butmany I have to pick neither broad nor flat. cannot note them here in detail. method gives the package a tidy business -
fruit before having such opportunity. Most people }pick before they are PACKINGis like appearance. -I;
Upon the surface of the fruit thereare ; "full." often badly done either from igno- So far the barrel has proved the

certain irregularities At different I A large proportion of the apples I rance or neglect. most satisfactory as a package,forour :
stages of growth theso irregularii have seas picked for market were not ,When I first began to ship,in 1879, fruit. J' .1 ,;.r- *ot m -- ,
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The standard orange crate' is, 'too black.. alluvial soil of the foothills, shall l have grown to be a great city, '! oranges, alligators and other curiosties.It .
small to pack to advantaged. the ,although it makes nearly as 'good a through the use and development of has become, in one way or another,
large barrei'i11te' is ,/c too heavy to growth on the plains below. Very its great water, or shipping facilities;I r more than Georgia: fashionable fetish

handle carefully.. little pruning,'is necessary, in fact it is for, be it remembered, that we have : for the residents of colder climes. All
During tJ-e'past season"fruit'shipped, 'a mooted question whether it is of any hear the best harbor and deepest water J:of these potential elements have advertised -

in such .crates: generally 'reached its advantage to prune, further than to farthest south of any place in the ,. Florida. Seeing that the drift
destination, in-: bad con that shipped ai the same time in, barrels less attention is necessary to its well- within a few months, or within a few failing to secure the Port Royal road
went;through all right. being'' than must be given to other years, there will be a great railroad and an Augusta fast connection, has,
Another objection to the large:crateas fruits. Experience has demonstratedthe running down the length and breadthof backed by Messrs. Walters,Newcomer, '
\vell as,the small one'that a square fact that the tree i is more productive this great North American worldof Plant and Pullman, fallen in with the
space does not pack to:,as good advant aud yields a better quality ours and connecting here with the current and added to its mighty volume l-
age asa, round space if the substance fruit when allowed: to branch near the great ships laden with the produce of by transportation facilities of the

to be packed is as large as a pineapple. ground, thereby shading the roots,and the western tropics,thus facilitating an finest character. It, too, has enor-"
at the same time, being more convenient exchange which will bring about a mously advertised Florida. If we can
The common ;Red pine-apple has for gathering fruit Under favor- mutual prosperity between nations:, etc. bring about similar conditions,throughthe
, excellent shipping qualities. For six able circumstances the fig often fruits But in the event of a faiure in this capitalists of the East and West,

years:I have shipped to Providence, here the same year of planting, while direction we then have in prospect the or by any other way, our State will t
R. I., and Boston, Mass., and hardly the second season frequently furnishesa founding of a great city of health, or get advertising like that of Florida.
everjhave) said that any were rotten. fair'yield; but the best results as to sanitarium, where thousands of the Perhaps there will be, some day, a re-
But3I4have never yet shipped a barrelto quality and quatity can only be hoped "frozen in" sick may come and baskin action in the Florida excitement anda
Jacksonville' without', m'ore' or: less' 'for after ,the eighth or tenth year. the warm sunshine and spend their trend toward Georgia. To make .
complaint of.that.kind.: "' 'From, some cause, whether from lack (perhaps) long hoarded millions of that hope an assurance doubly sure,

." ,It seems, strange that a barrel of of proper fecundation or otherwise, the useless money. But, let the "cat the people and Legislature must exhibit -
fruit reaching Jacksonville in three first crop is of little or no account, often jump" as it may, we have a fine cli a practical desire to bring in
days should have any rotten ones, falling before maturity. The sec- mate and plenty of fish and fine oys- money and men, and not perpetuate a
while another packed. in,the same way cond crop is the principal one, while ters, and if we cannot do any betterwe policy of exclusion.
and reaching Boston in ten days should the third is often of considerable con- can live as we have always lived. Georgia, in our opinion, is a better _

.be/. all sound--but there,, .are many sequence. The things particularlylack We have plenty of mangoes and State than Florida for residence, but
strange,things in< this! world of ours to secure the fullest measure of guavas, avocado pears, oranges, etc. unless we can so impress outsiders ,our
;particularly. :, in the fruit trade.. success are easy and rapid methods of We are not "below the frost line" this condition will, in some degree; He like
-.(.;Ibis is: the concluding! chapter' of gathering the figs, and proper instruc- winter, though we had no frost or signof that of Owen Glendower who could
,the series,yet,there are some phases of tion ,as to the best methods of preparing frost that I saw last winter. Some call spirits from the vastly deep, but
.the."! subject, .that, are. yet untouched. them for market. So little has injury has been done in some localitiesby they did not always come at his special
PnCj in particular have/in'mind. that been done toward the preparation of recent unusual cold. Mango trees invitation.-Augusta (Ga.,) Chronicle.
and buds
in bearing are in fine foliage, .
in some regions; assuming consider an article' of export, that those who for bloom indicate a great harvest of Florida Timber.

.able,.,importance;, viz; ,shade ,for'the might, ,have not informed themselves, fruit the coming summer. We have a The Lumber World warningly says:
pin /apple. In.point.of size,< both ,to i in,that,direction as they should ,have hotel, several boarding-houses, two, "Evidently Florida is getting rid of
here have indeed three, or four stores, a school,. post-
plant an6\fruitfit\, ;t. bsimply; a questionof done. Some parties office, and good sail-boat connectionwith much of her timber very rapidly. Ac-
nutrition;, Shade. promotes mois "put up" ,some,of the fruit in a very Tampa two to four times week. cording to figures furnished the Lumber -
ture ann,moisture: ,promotes.growth by creditable shape, but the expense con Come and see, us, or send all your JVorld by H. H. Thornton of Pen
furnishing\ ,plan -food in solution. nected with the preparation has infringed friends. Yours as ever, sacola,the exports of lumber from that
fHJnppint{ .pfquality its.effgctis: inju ,greatly on the margin of profit.As Pinellas, Fla. WM. P. N. port alone for the year ending October -
o.us., .,(:Both light,and:heat are necessary a preserved fruit, the fig has cer- [Tne foregoing was, of course, writ- 31, 1885, amounted to '28,322,000
to ,the best. !results in, ripening tainly ,equaled our most sanguine expectation ten before the great Arctic,wave and feet for the coastwise trade, while for
fruits, and this, is particularly \true ; as a dried fruit,the demand general "freeze-out" of January 8-12 the foreign trade, including Great'

alljhighly> i ; flavored ones; like; ,the is a certain ,mark of its appreciation.T. .- swooped down on us. How are our Britain, Europe, Africa, Australia,

'pineapple S. Price, in American Agriculturist. correspondent's mangoes, guavas, and West Indies, and South America. ,. the
-i..,:Yithput: the sunshine ,i it l is.impos- II ,. avocado pears now?-ED.] total was 1,629,676 cubic 1 feet of hewn

per-fectionof I .,timber, 94,437,000 feet of sawed tim-
) Georgia and Florida. ber
and 68,817,000 superficial feet of
befit; surroundings.: I The Savannah News complains that lumber. At this rate Florida's forests
.Island .Home Dec. 24 Georgia is not as well advertised as .
> ,, ,1880. The Last of 1885, Down on Tampa and timber resources must rapidly
...... Florida and that, the State
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.The.Culture, ; of '.Figs California. I Editors,Florida Dispatch : Agricultural Department should havea of that State are taking wise 'steps
Several varieties of figs are cultiva- I have put'off writing to you up to Bureau of Information attached to looking to the establishment of a'school'
ted here:with,considerable success, but this, the last day of the old year. I it. We see no reason to object to this, of forestry with the design of checking i
the White Ischian and Dark Purple fig have even at,this late hour no recordto but, as Senator Davidson told 1 Col.! wholesale deforesting. '
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seem.fthus'far; to, be the most profit- boast of, have been waiting for "the mass ;
able Owing to the great interest in good time coming,"but it is so strange Legislators will have to be made over Illinois is probably the greatest:cabbage
State in the Unionat
raisin and ,wine, production the past i that we never feel like acknowledgingthat I again before it can be accomplished producing -
least it boast the
fewyears,,very little attention has been : the present is the "good time." generously. can largest cabbage
farm in this This farm is in
paid to figs, further than to supply the We can see it in the past, or hope for Florida has no Railroad Commis- country.
immediate wants of the culturist; how- it in the future, but unfortunately we sion. She has disposed of millions of the vicinity of Chicago, and contains
ever, within the past,two years consid- have not the faculty of an appreci- acres of public land to capitalists:; who 190 acres, all devoted to the cabbage
erable interest has been manifested in ation of the present-the ever-present have utilized it. These capitalists culture, and produces heads. in favorable
the production of an article fit for shipment vs. the never future. We are now have had a tremendous stake in drawing years T
The fig i is propagated entirely looking forward to the time when the Eastern and Western; settlers with Scorpions, :spiders: and various insects -
from cuttings, which in suitable soil extreme end of our little Pinellas pen- their money to the Laud of Flowers. :! have been observed to remain
make a very thrifty growth. The soil insular, which jump:*: oil into the clear Florida has, more than Georgia, a motionless if any person blows strong-
in which it seems to ,thrive beet iff i the wu.terof the .great Gulf of Mcxicok i popular however deluaive--charm of I ly upon them in a vertical direction .

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'-,!ilJU"j t. ORMOND DOTS. of the usurious demands of merchants,

I ', forced planters to rely upon their own c:
Deeds of valor'l -Pleasure and Business -

f ''.;" ';on' the Halifax -- .-- -- resources and to curtail plantation ex- -

"" , Small Potatoes. penses in every possible way. As a A Good Poultry Roost.,
* Editors Florida Dispatch: result the has been cultivated
The Germantown Telegraph says : present crop A correspondent of the American
,The second ,grand annual tourney and manufactured at a greatly
11 in
A correspondent of a leading publication Poultry Yard says: "I have in use
was,|beld at Ormond, on the Halifax, decreased outlay, and all attendant houses different from I
"" writes that he made an experi- my any
Christmas day., Ten riders entered have been reduced to a minimum -
? lu expenses and thinking
have heard of
ment the past season which he thinks ever seen or >
,,,and the costumes, are said to which, combined with the very '
>:* "" fully explodes the theory that small some of your readers might take
," have been ; }handsome. There is i cultivation and
very favorable season for
seed potatoes will only return a small advantage of it, I send you a descrip'tion. -

toe,' another, : tourney on the openingof of small potatoes. Any theoryof harvest and the excellent yield of the I have found it to be the most

the White Railroad, from Palatka crop cane crop, will enable planters in most
I have tried.
that kind was exploded, we suppose, practical anything ever

prmond,(, February 1st. before that writer was born, and the. cases to discharge previously con- "It consists of two pieces of inch

;_Daytona celebrated Christmas with whole letter is admirable illustra- tracted obligations and enter upon the board, four to six inches wide, according

a ball given by: ,the Halifax Rifles attfieir business of 1886 with. light hearts, the have sustain
; tion of a class who are continually to weight they to ;
i .,armory hall ; music by the Or heavy purses, and a large store of val-
fancying tb(yare exploding, when and of the required length suspended

mond Orchestra-five pieces. I. there is really nothing to explode. uable experience in economical methods from the ceiling of the house, near the
The race between the Cruiser and gained during the past season.
iron rods
Still there is some misapprehensionas sides, by three.eightinch at

the Coquette i for $100 'a 'Side, is the to this small potato seed business, Grinding is generally finished, about the ends of each piece. The rods havea

topic interest at Port Orange. half a dozen only in each parish beingnot ;
and it be worth while to set it square hook bent in the lower endsto
It is''said that a gentleman who h sail may through and engaged in man-
yet '
right. It is not the size of the potato, 'fit the boards, and a l loop 'in the
elegant place on the peninsula, ufacturing cane windrowed after the
the hooks driven in
but the vigor and strength of the eyes other to pass over
,I1 r'Oni <*d'and has in i f his familytwo freezing weather. A large area was these wooden
of'the potato, that makes up the case. the ceiling. Across pieces
beautiful girls; has had so much planted in cane last October for the
These are often as large.... on a .potato. of are laid the roosts proper, of scantling
trouble from ;men 'getting shipwrecked -I ot looo and a of
young moderate size as on a very large one. If crop large quantity or whatever the person may choose to
abouthis" landing in the even* seed cane likewise put up for spring The Consists 'in the:
the are the same strength, of use. advantage
:'that'he has with l eyes the outlook for
ings-1 unparalleledconsideration1 planting.} Altogether
connected with I the
equal vigor, it is the same as if they roosts not being
procured and immense I the coming season is more favorable
were all cut from the same tuber. A building in any way except by the
street Idmp'from Mumby' Stockton & than for and the plantersare
many years
starts to and almost rods,, which I keep smeared with tar.

:Knight; bf Jacksonville, add 'with this strong immediately eye sends out grow roots of its own, exceedingly hopeful, with a,bright This prevents the walls from ,harboring -

.beacon-\ shining afar'' over the broad and has no further dependence on the promise for the_ future, before them. vermin also the floor, which is' the

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Halifax from the dangers -
old'pi ce. It gets its food wholly from Little Things'in the Garden. case when they stand upon the' posts.
:bf'the deep are' averted, and the ''visiti .
is nailed fast and the whole
the earth. If it is a weak, puny In the family garden( the fault of Nothing ;
boats make harbor.
i ing1 'an
easy '
sprOut, of course it takes a wholn sea- thing can be taken apart; carried out
provide of
to -
,This winter has been the. coldest., forgetting a vegetables
? 'and'saturated with coal Oil all over
> meantime
&*%> *-V A- son to and in the
get strong but
is to
not prevail
: there
eVer known 'here although
and ''fire if choose 'which ia
set to
can only send out very weak threads rather minor often you ,
'heavier some
been single frosts than any yet I think the oil does
that must be'''able to form but very wanted where they cannot con- unnecessary, as
felt' Limes and bananas just
guavas as left To ,be the
If it more good on.' 'sure
small potatoes. were a questionof veniently obtained. 'Much i of the
well I as tomatoes; remain unhurt on'thelOrtriOn'd frame work rocks when the fowlsare
the potato's size, and not of the some
value of a garden consists in the many
peninsula. I I strength the in ,the potato; thecorrespondent1 getting off' in the morning but I
little things which it affords; things
'The surf on the Of mono beach'after "
find this '
would not even yet. ,have"exploded" which in themselves can hardly be considered no disadvantage..
the recent bldWwas'uniisually' fine. Alarge : ...* T77-. ,, '
; 'am'tiutit of timber drifted in. the theory. Let him plant food, }but) which render other The first eggs of the, litter. are always l..

'.:1' 'President 'White; of '''the' St.Johns real small potatoes-potatoes about food'" more palatable: or add to the attractiveness the best for hatchingAfter' a

"ari'd' 'Halifax River Railway, has the size of beans-potatoes with small, of the table. Few who hen 1 has produced twenty, or,: thirty. j ,<
will find that
and then he
bought; ;jf'lo't'on' the ,river front in Or-' weak'eyes, are fond of pickles and relishes will eggs, in perhaps as many consecutive

,fa<.nd,'Ahd ivill build a Queen Annecottase.thereon. small potatoes'are small potatoes, first, fail to provide for cucumbers, lettuce, i days, the strain upon her: strength is

., last, and all the time, and no mistake. peppers, raartyriias, nasturtiums, and very great, and consequently the eggsbecome
I r?' 'A, His will be in proportion to the
crop The
similar vegetables. ones more impaired in vitality and capacity
Mr. S.. V., White, well known in I -
sizeof the seed used. Aside from this, !
tan dngj t circles, who: 'is supplying the generally neglected are parsley, ma- to produce. .vigorous chick'eni.
however l it is wholly a question of
joram, summer savory, thyme, ,.
sinews for the White Railroad, will .
To the hens feathers
of the and these are prevent pulling
i ;.' j- where rela '' strength eyes, mints, fennel, dill, coriander, caraway( ,
RPPIV lt Ormond, has the feed meat, and keep them busy at
) ; likely to be quite as good'as etc. All these are of the easiest cul-
.tives.Thedredge work seaching for their grain, fodd.
tt averaged sized tubers, such as are
and be
is still, working hard to- ture, may grown All kinds'of fowls will pull feathers if
: known seed
1" toi generally as potatoes, as most of them giving returns the same

t,7z3-wards:St.Augustine.._.. on larger.... ones. It is from a want of a season where ordinary garden culture kept closely confined I and not kept'

': '"A''feAv days since, Hon.,Marshall P. recognition of this fact that makes so is given. Celery is another- product busy with exercise..

'\Wilder,the venerable President' of the much barren discussion as to the which is seldom found in the farmer's The editor of a newspaper ,in

American Pomological l Society, ad- proper size of.the sets to plant. garden. I think that few would like I Georgia thus appeals, to 1 his,delinquent; 1
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dressed 1 $ the' New J ngland Historical l without it after "
to go having enjoyed subscribers: -To all those, who, are in

'Society, 'of which association he has Reports Sugar from in New Louisiana.Orleans, at the it for a single season, especially as its arrears one year or more, who: will"

'.bb tl' president eighteen years. He still that culture is not difficult. The seeds come forward and pay up arrearages !
opening of present year, state a
i maintains hit interest in' horticultural l be and the
sown transplanted
close analysis of the situation shows may plants and for a year in advance, we will

natters, arid foremost' in good works : at about the same time as give a -rate obituary notice gratia t
that the year has; closed with a har-
&in 'the past I cabbages, in rows four feet apart, and in case it kills them."
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j I. .. ',''Yes,"said a lady, when interviewedon cent. than the average for the previousyears apart A correspondent of the Scicnlfie
must be well enriched in the drill and
,.the subject of servant. girls,."1. find and much more remunerativeto I American wants to know "how human
the plants not allowed to want for
that the Swedes. make the most capa- the planter. The difficulty expe water at any time during growth. skin can be tanned." He must have

jjjle J and,trustworthy servants. 1 never rienced early in the planting season --so+a ----- been a remarkably good boy when he

,had a Swedenborgian that did not give in procuring funds for the cultivation THE \V ILJ>.GOO:3E: PLUM, to bear went to school not to have learned that

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;. ._._._. .. I more thoroughly artificially than it because of pollen in his sections., To Nazareth that the Sabbath was made
APIARY .I can be done by the bees, can see no fumigate'honey, put some ashes in an for man, not man for the Sabbath,,has

difference in the taste. S. T. Petitt : iron' kettle, then the sulphur; hang rung through the centuries, so let the
Bees--Honey-=Wax; &c. "The sense of taste is more accute in the kettle near the top of the room, warning cry fill the air of our association
some persons than others. We have then drop in a piece of iron heated to from meeting to meeting that scienceis
[country Gentleman'Rtjtori of Bcr,Convention, but is not white heat and close the door. The and end. Self-
Detroit, Jf clio, in.Dt>eemlJC1O.] ripened honey artificially, a our means not our
: On regard to,extracted ,honey,, Mr.CLP. as fine tasting honey as that ripened' temperature of a honey-room should 'culture is the only real and noble

.;Dadant t, 111.) ,dwelt on the fact' by the bees. My opinion is that the be kept at 90. aim of life, and as the magnificence,

that this l ;can..be, produced more cheap bees, in the ripening process, add to Dr. S. C. Whiting, Michigan, said beauty, and utility of a glacier' as a

ly than, comb .honey,and the prospectsare the honey some animal product( for- that when he had some old honey that perpetual reservoir of solid moistureare
greater for its becoming a staple mic acid or something of that sort, he wished to put upon the market, he kept gauged by the size, arrange-
product., Dr. A. B.. Mason ,Ohio, that it can get in no other way." C. placed it upon a hive containing a ment, or constitutional features of its

raised his,extracted honey in,an eight P. Dadant did not think there is any strong colony of bees, and it was soon morains, neither are :the greatnessand

framefingleetory.hive,; had 60 pounds difference in quality, but i is in favorof i so changed that it could not be distinguished usefulness of the philosopher meas-

t pI; ,colony ,this ,year. Dr. S. C. allowing the bees to do the ripening.Prof. I from new honey.G. ured by the amount of his knowledge

' : Whiting, Michigan,.said that, by "li r-: Cook thought no one knew how M. Doolittle] New York, men- of the physical fact and theory science

,'I:, ing upV Mr., Mason might, have receivedj or when the formic acid was added.( tioned the case of a bee-keeper who of his tim ." ':.

150 pounds, per,colony. Mr. He was also opinion that too much kept his honey all winter in his sittingroom Business, Failures.

,: Dadant }preferred large hives, and stress was laid on the matter of near the coal stove, and it kept The New Orleans Times Democrat

plenty.of combs; the h' ney should not taste. Few could distinguish as thor- well, and sold for as much the next
says that in the matter of business
be extracted, until it', is ripe; many oughly as suggested.CARE season as did new honey.
failures in the United States, the fig-
beekeepers: : suppose ,honey ,must besealed OF HONEY FOR MARKET.R. James Heddon, Michigan. said thatif
ures for 1885 are highly satisfactory, '
i before, it is ripe ; such is not the 'Holterman, Ontario, argued we wished to keep honey from can- .
as compared with those of the previousyear.
case--it, might, be ripe before ,it is that our extracted honey is exposedto dying, it must be kept where it is
It is true that in point of numbers
sealed, ,and ,It may be sealed before it the air too much after it is extracted, warm; "we have no trouble with
they show little decrease-
.i is, ripe. S., T. Pettit, Ontario, said and thereby loses its fine aromatic moths, and I do not believe they can .I from 10,968 to very 10,637-but the decrease -

many, had advocated taking ,all the flavor. Comb honey should be keptin be reared on wax alone. The cap- I
in liabilities is marked,
,honey, possible from the bees, and.feed a dry, warm atmosphere.D. I pings may contain some pollen.
there being $226,000,000 for 1884,and
ing sugar for, winter, stores ; if we A. Jones, Ontario, did not think C. P. Danant: "Moths will starvein
$124,000,000 for 1885, a reduction of
.would,%not do this there would be'so the capping to cells was impervious to wax.
over $100,000,000, or nearly one half.
,much ""ICSSt honey ,to ,put 'upon the I II moisture; if the honey was stored in a D. A. Jones: "Have not Messrs. As there are 919,990 traders reportedin

I market,.and the market ,would be ,relieved damp atmosphere, it would absorb the Danant and Heddon seen moths in
business in the country, this shows
to!,that; extent. H. ,K. Board- moisture, and burst from the cells. cakes of wax?
that one in eighty-six ot them
man.had,given,bees ,empty, frames, in H. R. 'Board man thought comb James Heddon: "Much\ beeswax, failed.In .

#t I in the fall, and, fed each, colony 50 honey'thickened by age; it even' becomes in cakes", contains large quantities of the number of failures in pro-

pounds of sugar ,syrup, and ,the bees so thick as to crystallize. pollen.
portion to in business the Pa-
builtcombs; and stored,them with the Prof. Cook explained the difference Prof. Cook: "No creature can be
cific Coast makes the worst showing,
and wintered well. between and reared without ,nitrogenous food.
syrup, they evaporation crystallization. -
I and the Western states the best. The
,,President Root said the whole thicken -- ------
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isa;itt: having,plenty of workers, and in evaporation!,and to evaporate, it must in the Middle States are,the
order to get''the workers wemust:: have have ,air; therefore the sealing is not
largest, and smallest in the West.
good queens. '-rhen"'comes the question air-tight. Crystallization is a different
The deduction to be made from all
'of He is affair and is akin the formationof --
manipulation.. coming to
these facts and figures is that the,worst
''more'and More to think less and less ice, resulting from the cooling pro- : The True Philosopher.
of the hard times is over, and that
'of I manipulation. We can secure' : From the admirable address of President ,
cess.H. failures-that is, failures of any size or
greater 'reSults 'by extracting unripe R. Boardman kept his honeyroom Leslie, of the American Association magnitude-are growing less frequent.

,, ", !a honey ; but; the question is, will it pay at a high temperature, with i for the Advancement of Science, _._._ -
n f ( "to'do' l'' He thinks 'not. Then, plenty of ventilation. On wet days I we select the following striking sen- Sand Dunes--How to Reclaim.A .

againr..i ,' there, is, spring. manipulation, he kept the room closed, and sometimeseven 'tences: Of all kinds of intellectual striking instance of man's triumphover
spreading' the brood and p the like, and 'built 'fireS. He had even put greatness the greatest is achieved by nature is witnessed on the coast

it is'his;opinion\that we have'manipulated lime, upon the floor to absorb the the philosopher who stands before the of Gascony, France. A sand dune is

'many, colonies,to death. About moisture. thinking world as a model of scientific -, a shifting hill of sand, blown hither

this matter of feeding sugar, we must E.. Thompson, New York, ]had i virtue; deaf to flattery; insensible and thither by the winds. On the

.hot look at immediate 'results, ,but at: trouble with the bee moth larva in his I to paltry, hostile criticism ; patent Gascon coast there were hundreds of

'the' future. Our products must: be comb honey. One trouble in fumi- !Lof opposition ; dead to the temptationsof acres of sand fields. The waves washedthe

above even suspicion:* There is .so' gating with brimstone is getting enoughto self-interest; calmly superior to the sands up from the sea, the winds.

much said about adulteration, that we kill the larva), and yet not discolor misjudgments of the short-sighted ; caught them up and whirled them 'in-

.should avoid l even a semblance of it. tbe honey.C. whom nothing diverts from the en- land. Farther and farther into the

Some of the lower grades of honey are F. Muth said the fumes of burn- deavour to live nobly, and to whom habitable country they traveled till

.becoming) so cheap that we cannot afford ing sulphur will settle. The honey noble means are SLA indispensable as at length they began to bury grain

to sell them and 'buy sugar. During should be at the bottom of the room. noble ends; in whom the most brilliant fields, villages, and even churches up

the working season bees should not H. R. Boardman said that in fumi- success foster neither vanity nor to the steeple. The evil grew till I

'fte allowed" to '"'hang out ;" if they do, gating, we should use nothing to, ignite !'! arrogance; to whom fame is unimport- it threatened to depopulate the, ,coast. .

something() is wrong.. With, large the sulphur that will cause smoke.S. 'i ant and poverty a trivial I circumstance In 1780 one Bremontier began try-

swarms, he had. ventilator in' the F. Newman thought many of ; whose joys, like fragrant breezes ing to see whether this devastation

bottom of the hive,' six by twelve these troubles came from removing the from an enriching landscape, come could not be stopped. He commencedby

inches, covered with wire cloth.S. ,honey from the hives too soon. In from the surrounding friendship of setting the sand dunes in vegeta-

T Petitt asked whether honey the hives the honey is safe from the |j the general world, to whose best in- tion. First he planted the various

ripened artificially is as good as that moths and from dampness.J. 1 t terests the noble heart is for ever loyal. wild growths that thrived in the sand

ripened' by the bees: President Root B. Hall said the reason Ir.1 f Let Us avoid the sacrifice of character"t along the shore. Then came larger

was not sure. We cah ripen> honey Thompson has trouble) from moths,'is i i to science. As"the saying of Jesus of and more civilized plants. After his0'

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11IBPATOH. 4!:;
.-.-.. -- .. ...... THE FLORIDA ._ .'

I, death others,continued his work, and Dairying Ensilage and other practical balm ; sweet marjoram ; thyme ; white, ing. In"-fact; it is almost ':impossible

I : planted! trees. Now, 105 years after, subjects, and there will be open dis- mustard ; herdsgrass and clover ; canary to grind scythe, '}lades) and certain

.; the once shifting sand hills.are covered cussion, of each by the members. ,and rape ; all of the last year's tools ,without concaving the, atone and

with a rich forestgrowth. The dumes I The Conventions 'of this Association growth and warranted of ,the best when in this.condition nothing can be

F; are firmly fixed, '(;made to contribute have,'.been the most important; gatherings kind.-Ben Perley Poore, in Am. Cul- ground with satisfaction The ,simplest -

tv::>:' r, to man's support. .in. connection with agriculture tivator. and most effective, ..:way to ? get

H t. ; I held in America, and have been par- ._, --- such a stone into its proper shape is,to

.I.; The, Cotton Mania. in the in Exodus of Negroes.A dull it holding
,* ticipated by leading men pubic grind a spade upon ,
..Thecottol" planters,, live hard, andniay. and private life.] Three have been recent dispatch from Chattanooga the spade flat and square, across > the
die i hard in the last ditch rather states that another large party of
held in New York, one in Chicago, ( stone at the proper angle(for,grinding
.than falter in their, devotion to cotton. negroes, numbering several hundred,
the tool. It will to
and one in New Orleans, and great surprise any one
,In,the ,strife after cotton they passed through that city yesterday en
and interesting as they were, this will seejiow quickly and nicely the stone
have the object of tilling the route from the Carolinas to Arkansas.
forgotten doubtless surpass them all in attrac- can,be leveled down. and when the
ground. :'Jhey do not strive after The exodus of negroes from the Carolinas -
tion and value. I job is done, the spade is sharp. No

home comfort, but; have so long been The Convention, under the auspicesof Georgia and Alabama to the other implement about, the farm willanswer

bound l, to the, wheel ,of the,commission the National Dairymen's Protec- West is increasing each week. Fullyone for this, purpose so well.as the

.merchant that: they have become- tive Association for the suppression of thousand have passed throughthat spade.-Rural New, Yorker. \ ;, ..Ltl'.

customed to' ,the monotonous. round of Oleomargerine, JButterine, and other city in the past fortnight, and .. I, ..,l s. .1 :.

all cotton( or, no profit. The cotton frauds upon the Dairy, will be held at hundreds of others are making arrangements Nitrogen.. 'i -*lt ', *'
planter has, only,,once a year a glimpse to leave as soon as possi- .
the same time and plac?. Professor..W. MattieuWilliams'' indicates -
of,money, but,he never handles it, for ble. The movement is more general
Very respectfully, as probable sources'of nitrogenin
it.is.6pent,before ,it is made. He may than ever before, and is produced
N. T. SPRAGUE, President. soils and food
serving as for
own cows,. but if be,eats. ,butter it is chiefly by the high rents, bad crops
Jos. H. REALL, Secretary, plants, the dead bodies of insects, ex-
and detective in
tenant I
;.bought :and even' milk is not :found 169 Chambers St., New York. system
creta of living insects, invisible
regularly, on his, table, as he pays no lID section of the South. The movement
j attention to the, arrangement of the Time made by Fast Trotters and is beginning to be felt in all the States spores microbes, and particles of-'or-
i ganic fluff, which are always floatingin
""cowpen." He probably has an enclosure Pacers- South, and is attracting widespread
the air and liable to adhere to,the
The the and
\ attention.
following are trotting
;, that goes by the name of -
.... moistened surface of the soil and of
records different
but beyond a "lick and a ,prom. pacing at periods,
Irish Potatoes, etc. the leaves of the growing plants. To
from New York
jse", in.the after field carefully copied a.
spring, are
crops A farmer in Steuben N. Y.
county, prove the existence of such deposits on
it his sporting paper:
planted} amounts to nothing,
writes to the Elmira Farmers' Club leaves, moisten a white pocket-h nd-

,table is pnly supplied, with. provisions 1830.1820. Burster Boston: (saddle................................ 2.32 3.00: that he planted potatoes of several va- kerchief and gently rub it over:the
1834. Edwin Forrest (saddle)... 2.31J4: .
,fbc ught at the store.-N.: 0. Times-
: 1840. Dutchman (saddle)...._2-305-o rities on two portions of a field, one surface of the leaf of growing
.Democrat.. 1813. Lady Sutl'ollt (saddle). 2.26U any
., IMS.; Tacony,(saddle).. 2.2ok of which was well manured the in weather. No
-- -- 1850.) Flora Temple.................................M.. 2.24(4( i. I plant dry matterhow
Vitality of,Seeds.' 18(50.(; Flora Temple................................... 2.19k other unmanured._ Of the,Early Rose, I far from the smoke of towns, the 1 soil-
1870. Dexter.. ... 2.17% I
?Allseeds lose certain: portion of I 1876. Goldsmith .? ... 2.14 one halt"rotted on the manured part, ing, of the handkerchief will show'a .
... .
1878. Rarus 2.13
,their vitality by being kept"from yearto 1879. Ht..Cullen J ......._::..t ....... 2,129 and one-fifth on the unmanured. One deposit of' solid matter, of
year. This varies with the kind of 1831.1850..-Maud Maud 8............. 2.IOj. :( fourth of the Burbanks rotted on ma- considerable portion is organic. ,

seed and the temperature to which it 1882.1883. Jay-Eye-See Clinkstone...... 2.1 2.14 I 'nured, and very little on the unma I'.

is exposed. Some small seeds, as onions 1885.1881.. Maud Maud S H......?............ 2.0v4 2.039 nured. Of the Queen, three-fourths I I Sea Island Cotton.' < *

s. are practically,.worthless if kept I ferent The following periods: are the pacing records.at dif rotted on the manured ground, and : A Charleston merchant-says : '."The

more than one year. Some. will grow 1835. Oneida Chief (saddle..................... :31 one-fourth on that not manured. The. long staple cotton raised on the sea-
1839.: Drover(saddle). .......... 2.30
the ,second and even the second 'season 1844.. James K. Polk.............._.....?........... 2.23 islands of South Carolina seems to be
... .... differed
18J9.; Dan Miller- 2.23
,, but ,with such 'diminished vigor 1851. Tecumseh.....*.._...... ................. 2.21 very little in demand. Few planters
18.12. Roanoke........................................... 2.18J
that it would pay better to purchase 1855. Pocahontas (wagon)......._....... 2.17'x: of the stalks was more rank on the ma- have sold their last year's crdp. This
1868. Billy Boyce (saddle) .2.14'4
fre h' seed ,at :high' prices rather than 1879. Sleepy Tom................................ 2.121} nured ground. These results, might class of cotton was .formerly used to
1830.,Korrel Dan ............................. 2.14
accept, the, old, as a gift. But with 18
melon, squash and*cucumber seeds the 1832.1883. Johnston Buffalo .......................................?. 212k 2.10 seasons .. ", for it'ceased. and no one' id,able
188J. Johnston....... ._. :2.06'!
which diminishes is ad -
age vigor an --. -- .. .., ... to give a reason for it. It brought
'vantages The,new seeds produce extremely Old Time Garden Seeds. Upland Rice. forty cents a pound-more than four

ft rong: ,plants which run too Garden seeds a hundred years ago, The_Gainesville, News says the ,rice times as much as the ordinary cotton,

much to.vine,and do not set fruit. The ,were imported from London. Susanna crop of Alachua county: is growing in which, by,the new and improved ma-

old.seeds bring more productive ,but Renkin then advertised for sale, proportions each succeeding year. We chinery, can be used for thread and

Jess vigorous plants. Therefore, it is "at her shop in Fore street, Boston, learn that the acreage of rice this yearis other purposes almost as well([;as;the

good' : policy to save some ,melon seed early Carlton, early hotspur early gol- more than double that of last year. long staple. I. ;--,- u;

but not, to throwaway The production of rice is said to pay a -. '.,' litH' '
;every year, den do marrowfats, rouncival, Spanish i i. -I-

.what is more than, one year old, as is molatto, crooked sugar, dwarf sugar .\handsome profit, and we are glad to Railways. ,!f>'*t*
advisable with other seeds. know that our farmers are likely to :
and Ladmun's dwarf"peas ; early The statistics of railway construction
become extensively engaged in raisingrice.
,' The'.' American Agricultural 'Asso- yellow, toker, large Windsor, running Heretofore, there has not beena for 1885 show that the year j just'
1 j kidney and scarlet runner beans com- closed '
ciation: ; was not one of the most prosperous -
sufficient amount of rice produced in
,The Sixth Annual National Agricultural mon white and silver onion ; large orange for this interest. 'The 'toUl
this region to justify the building of a
; Convention of the American carrot ; parsnip ; turnip ; salmon building was 3,113 miles, which 700
first-class rice mill, but we are informedthat
Agricultural Association will be heldat and turnip radish ; white cabbage ; miles less than in 1884, and less thanin
parties are now almost ready to
the Grand Central Hotel, New ,true marble and imperial lettuce ; red any year since 1878. 'The countryis
engage in such an enterprise. When
'York, February 3d,. '4th, 5th, 1886. beets ; celery ; cresses ; curled parsley the rice is produced the mill will be fast growing up to the need of' the

All'interested in agriculture and kindred ; cauliflower ; Yorkshire early forthcoming. roads already built and will soon demand -

'pursuits are invited to'attend and battersea ; early Dutch, large Winter more. It is said that several

participate in the proceedings. Addresses sugar loaf and green Savoy cab- Leveling a Grooved Grindstone. thousand miles of new road have 'been

,*:**)0 will be -delivered, and papersread bage ; round and prickly spinage ; There is no farmer, perhaps, who projected. After the depression of,the

!. :.' 'vi by, the, 1 leading' thinkers i and early, lung prickly,]long green Roman has not been annoyed at having his 1 last two years the country seems to be

writers on Agriculture Live S.1Qck. and long green Turkey cucumber ; grindstone hollowed by careless grind entering on another era 'of prosperity, '


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Special-Correspondence FIXJRIDA:DISPATCH streets that on' these'days 'of ,Decem-' forget that Paris is not'made up of tlW tentially have learned many things.Macmillan8 .

1.0',,: "''PABis, France, Dec: '41885. ber, 1851, ',were red with blood, are laboring class. Fashionable Paris is 1 1just Magazine. '

,4' The last' three" days 'including ''today this year filled,with flags, not to commemorate now in its full glory. The winter j ..

are'among ,the most 'memorable, that event but in ,ad season began four days ago. The dine=| How to Oil Harness. .'
The tanner his l leather, before
on the French calendar since on the vertisement of a great fete which is to ner parties, the soirees, the balls and dampens -
1 oiling, on oil or oil and tallow -
2d, 3d and '4th of December;'1851'', occurred'the begin on ,December, 19th, and intendedto operas are flourishing to a dazzling: puts

'! great coup 'd'* tat ("stroke revive, Paris trade-by inducing and dizzying degree, and the select, freely, and then hangs it in a damp

Off statesmanship")) by:whicli Prince ,the people. to, buy what they: do not cafes, as well as the private parlors, at-, room away from light of sun and wind,
so as to let it strike in slowly. So'in
Louis Napoleon, :who had been Pres- need, at prices which they can not test the fact that the 5 o'clock tea is
harness take all soak well
ident of the :Republic three years, suddenly afford, and of competitors of the reg-- still ono of the necessaries of the life of oiling apart,
in a tub of warm water then wash
and all but unexpectedly,-caused, ular merchants of the villa. the fashionable. It is twilight here,
off all! dirt. Let it lie in the
,;,.. the simultaneous arrest\of his'enemi es Business) ., is dull Hip hip hoo- shortly after 4 o'clock, and by 5 o'clockit scrape

and surprised the world with the rah! Let's: go i into extravagance and is as dark as it is at midnight. The shade until partly dry, then, with
brush or swab, apply oil freely'and
bloody statesmanship,''which marked make it better. We can't pay our fashionable now ends his or her drive
# lay all in a heap in a cellar or other
the first three days following'his proclamation rent. Hooray for the music and the during the afternoon in the Bois de
until the oil strikes in.
damp places
that: .France was 'no' l longera I wine. Let's buy a thousand francs Boulogne by meeting friends of their
Sometimes second coat is needed.
Republic, but an'' Empire of which worth of knick-knacks. Let us make particular set at one of the numerous
Neatsfoot oil or best castor oil is best,
: he was the empe or.l' There has been, the ,world believe we are having, a cafes and patisseries near the Bois ;
with sufficient color well.
I to
: of, course,,no public [observance of 'the good time and prospering. "Drink and and there they drink tea(1)). No, my lampblack ,
when take of sack-
dry a piece coarse
anniversary, for France I ,is again a make make merry for to-morrow you antiquated American friend ; it is quiteout
ing, with warm water and a little castile -
..Republic, ,but the, days are still remembered go to jail for debt." of style to drink tea at a 5 o'clocktea.

with a shudder, by, :those That. is characteristic" of the native They drink tiny little cupfuls of I soap, and wash thoroughly. This
the hands
vhoserelatives were suddenly arrested, Frenchmen. Everything is play ex- choicest Spanish wine. French wineis
and like leather.
gives a gloss new
,they knew; not why, on that, fated 'cept their'own funerals; and even at a good enough for exporting to Amer- Harness properly cared for will,last

mproing,of the second, and who 'were stranger's funeral they take off their ica, but the proper thing to drink in I
some longer than if neglected, ,
,never heard, of, afterwards, or whose hats politely if they come within a France is to drink! either Spanish wineor years
and it looks much better. Being kept
;/rienjjs :were shot ,down by the Emperor's square of the corpse. German beer.
soft and pliable, it does not injure the
,soldiers.durjng the street' riots Science would languish if it could Speaking of the fashions, let me say horse so much. Many liverymenwill

,hatfollowed; : the sight of those rev- not afford some sort of play for Mon that the most fashionable Christmas
rub harness over with oil whenever -
olutipnary, 'posters that, appeared like sieur, and we might make the acquaintance present this year to be given by a gen- t it gets wet. Never soak a collar,

mushrooms on all the walls. of ,Parison of the little piccaninniesnow tleman to his lady-love, is a gold bangle -
but scrape off'all gum and dirt,wash
the appointed day. equaling in the unexplored bow- to which is attached an Egyptian clean and oil it.-National Stoc/ ni n.

Great,preparations had to be made els of Africa if it were not that the ondja representing the eye of Horus.. .1
-- --
.for the:.crisis, and of course extra precautions great French Government proposes to I- do- not -know just what- an ondja- is- I making mummies.

;must be taken to prevent its take twenty million francs out of the and am not, particularly well acquainted Two Pennsylvanians have appliedat

being(anticipated by the ,Prince's en- National Treasury, with which to help with Mr.Horus, but;I know that it the patent office for a patent on 'a

emies, at;.the ,head of whom was Gen- the gambling propensities of the peasants will bring good luck to the possessor, recently discovered process of preserving

eral Changarnier.The .- workingmen and confidential for that is what the jeweller said. But the dead, supposed to be the long-

Prefect Police: ,at. that time clerks, by starting a lottery for the it is a poor eye that won't work both lost Egyptian art. It i is claimed that,

had'in his corps secret agents or detectives benefit! of the International Association ways, and so when Augustus gives partly by accident and finally by experiment

who were 1 at the same ,time of the Congo. Hundreds of'thousands Angelina her petrified eye for her bangle they have discovered a'certain -

spies in the pay of the enemies of the of people who can scarcely keep shelves; Augustus a petrified eye combination of antiseptic elements,

Prince, and a .writer in the London body and soul together in these hard for his scarfpin or watchchain charm.So which,if diffused through a dead body,

Limes.of to-day, gives fresh bit of history times will hereby be tempted to risk they no longer make sheep's eyes'at even, when it is in an advanced stageof

.regarding ,the ,manner in, which ten francs, or twenty francs, on one or each other, but petrified Horus' eyes. decomposition, will destroy all corruptible -
.Qeneral, ,Changarnier was, thrown off two chances in the lottery, and the ........ matter and convert the flesh

his.guar.il. The Prefect.of- Police suspecting gamblers cry, "Come along now, The Specialist. | into a cartilaginous state, the denser

'that. ;certain ,traitorous Messieurs francs parts, such as the gristly part, of the
a agent was ; try your luck\ ; ten Specialism meansMepth of insight,

prepared a, trap into which heat won't make you, won't break you, the probing a subject to the core ; it ear, being converted into hard, horny
once/fell.. won't'' set in business will I substance, but natural in appearance.In .
you up means discovery, it means originality.I .
Jfe called the. agent into, his: office take the bread out of the mouth of believe it means development char one of their experiments,the ,inven-

to. receive ;certain instructions, and hit.ny' a: .French child ; for it is acknowledged acter and growth of the capacity for tors, by the aid of electricity appliedthe

feigning ,to- be, very. busy,in writingan : that it' i is that class of people knowledge. Let me compare the mindto compound to the body of a dead in '
document bade :that: least afford it that fant. Ten weeks after the body had
important 'the can spendthe a house'with many windows. Fora
wait until he finished. most' 'in these lotteries. But ,been removed from all contact with
agent As was money vital comprehen3ion of truth I would

expected, this ', py slyly[ read the paper then,the great r Stanley, wants prefer to look through one window the compound the flesh had become
which the Prefect to find out where the in the riv- like rubber; the cheeks were full,and .
,, ,was writing. water thoroughly cleaned than through all
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.This. paper'spoke of the,-,coup,\d'etatas' 'er' comes from, and it matters not of them only halfpurified from the obscuring pliant to''like the touch. and;; : ,the'!There ears had f I

to occur:'on, December l 26th, ,and, thespy where the bread for the poor of France medium of error and prejudice.To become polished porn. was
elated with the comes from. Science will be bene- not the slightest odor and the .corpse
::; "l' .". : discovery* of thisimportant the young student especially I I
I .,: information' < (?)hurried! toconvey 'fitted, and the starving people will be would say, "Clean one of your win- I seemed,to have no more properties of

it to General l Changarnier, :not fed, but amused. dows ; be not content untilthere is'orie i decomposition; than a rubber, doll..
i Whether the body will ,remain in the
wno, now arranged: forces and, planswet Labor was never. more distressed in branch of your subject-if it be onlyone
the confidence of I,pliant state or_ whether i it, will! become
being able toanticipatotheeyent :prance, than it is to-day. Thousandsare branch of a branch-which you

: before t Christmas. entirely out of work, and common, understand as thoroughly as you are hard like horn as the,denser parts now
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lie was entirely unprepared! ,thereforg\ laborers are glad to get employmentat capable of understanding it, until your .are, will probably,take more/than; one

.when, ,paced under' arrest on Decem-- from thirty, to forty cents a day, sense of truth is satisfied, andyour life-time to determine.....ee.. 'SJ ,t

hUt, 2d.s i* .while skilled carpenters, blacksmithsand intellectual conviction." Be assured It takes about seventy good 'sized 1

But J *Hf! all>' that' J i' is-' long" 'ago- ,'and" : no masons make only from three to that in learning this one thing you will ears to make a bushel of 'shelled i seed I It

people*"*live' t more 1f9 the*.. "simple_l ; .preaJiTSHI .- four franca a day, which U sixty to have added an eye to your mind, an corn. tI,1 ;:

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f": across the road. Paring begins at of the external\ leaves and, their partially -; the' women IN of 3Iississippirwas*s-f ; r. recently*t\ *>
blanched footstalks. Scores of 'opened under-'the" ,most'auspicious'circumstances
_! early candle-light. Don't forget your .

,. ; jack-knife. John H. Johnson: The celery are cut up into soup' when the at Columbus, 'seyeral.bun-

(!': ,A Word on Cooking.. replies were, all Inthesame primitivelyrural outsides would flavor it equally wellor dred of those .that- -.are,,<- to; become'J the

style, one,of which read : 'W A- better. The young leaves of!the motherland J instructors pf. progressive:
Take one or two common dishes as
VERLY PLACE, N. Y., 12-7-80-'Vife grape added to bottled fruit\ give a succeeding ,generations, ,.entering\
cooked by ordinary i servants,and compare -
first reckoned how she could not come fresher flavor and a greener color to the opening day.. The buildings and
them1 with what they should, be;
for,instance that much abused dish, no way ; 'cause she .had. the candles to pies and tarts. Orange, citron and all appurtenances are of commanding i

'!hash." No wonder 'it is broughtto run, the sassiges to ,make, the carpet- lemon leaves impart a flavoring equalto presence and approved design, ,fitted.
rags to color, and a chunk of cloth to that of the fruit and rind combined, with all modern appliances in use in
the table too often. The odds and :
set in Bige's trowsers; and the old and somewhat different from both. A America or abroad. Its .faculty, has
ends of leftover from
mare, ,has got a chestut in one of her few leaves added to pies, or boiled in been most admirably selected, and
'. meals, are picked ; some are fresh
up ears, and l is lame a little, but we are the milk used to bake with 'rice, or great, good judgment displayed in
and some-dry, some with tough gristleon
coming if we have to walk. Perkins' formed into crusts or paste, impart an choosing the eminent native talent of
and all with
chopped together
oldest boy is coming over to milk and admirable and almost inimitable bo- Mississippi to instruct Mississippians., "
potatoes (the last perhaps just cooked 1 .
feed the chickens that In short leaves are not half so
: so we can get quet. ,
and hot,=which spoils all hashes). It PRACTICAL USEFUL 'VoMEN.-The
early. Wife is all in a pucker much used for seasoning as
away purposes
is put into a cold spider, with fat of Western farm and Livestock Journal
about how to get herself up, whether to they might be."
some kind, and moistened with water, .------ says that the country needs more Women -
her plain linsey-woolsey and calash -
sometimes too much and sometimes too wear Milk as a Cause of Tuberculous of physical and mental'vigor, and

little. ?f.When hot it is, sent to the or her new speckled chintz and Diseases.Mr. ,with this object in view Michigan.sets'
bunnit. Unless send word byHubbell's
table. The real. l, appetizing hash is you Fleming, Veterinary Surgeonto an example by appropriating! ''$12tQ0P
boy'when he comes over to
something very. different and a nice the Royal Engineers, has insisted to establish a school where. girls,may
mill in the morning, we shall come j just
.breakfast dish. Water in which meatof.any.kind upon the urgent necessity that exists learn certain. branches the pursuits}

: has been boiled should be as we are. Your obedient earvant, for preventing the_consumption of the of agriculture. In Germany, :parr
P. S.-Can lend lan-
us a
setl way to cool, the fat removed and,, you milk and flesh of diseased cattle. Ina larly, attention is given to'instructingthe i.
,, tern to come home with ? The refreshments -
the,broth,saved for soups, stews and paper recently read by him in Nor girls in matters appertaining'to., the.
consisted of pumpkin-pie, I' \
hashes.. ,All gravies should be saved wich, England, he has adduced further dairy. The leading course of the
apple-pie doughnuts, cheese and cider
and.treated: in the same way, and no proof of the extreme danger to the studies proposed at the Michigan'ilo
and the occasion was one of genuine "
fat at all left in;!them. A jar of "Ex- : public from this source, and these stitution are the making of butter,
mirth and enjoyment. It
tractof Beef"'should be in every house, proofs and certainly startling and cheese and bread, rearing of poultryand
and:if there is neither of the above on I Culinary Uses for Leaves: worthy of notice. We learn that the cultivation of'small fruits, ,an'd, .

hand;,a quarter of a teaspoonful of the An English writer, calling attention tuberculosis among cattle is greatlyon vegetable. Such studies are practical/

extract in a half cup of hot water will much the increase, and especially in the and useful to ambitious and industrious i-
to a neglected source oi i
moisten and ,flavor the hash, and add culinary: flavors, says : higher bred stock; some authorities girls, but should be made. apart' ..

very much to its richness. More "With the of and going so far as to assert that five per : of the education of all #, .
exception sweet __ _
should be used if the of hash 'centum affected. As - -.d
quantity bitter herbs, grown chiefly for the are dairy- cows .

needed is large. Corned! beef is always purpose, and parsley, which is neither are never inspected as to their state of School of Manual Tralnin J./,,'" .
,bebtr.but .tbe,lh h is good when bitter nor sweet, but the most popularof 'I health, as they furnish by far the Philadelphia has made a radical departure l : |

made of cold roast beef, mutton, or all flavoring plants, comparativelyfew larger phthisical bovines, there can in its public school! 'system.A '.

fowls. A roast beef bone 'will often!' other leaves are used. PerhapsI be no doubt as to the gravity of the school of manual training has'been

,have'on it meat enough for,hash, when, ought also to except the sweet bay, question in its relation to human tuber- added.: The hand-the doing power

there is not enough- for the table in which is popular in rice and other culosis. As the pig, an omniverous -is no longer to be neglected A

any other. ;form, 'It,should. be boiled, puddings, and certainly imparts one of creature like man; and bearing a close great point has thus been: gained.), 'Our' \

i in I a' e lli.t l later: (and ,the water'rsaved '' the most pleasant and'exquisite flavors; I analogy to the lord of creation in public school'systems have been 'based

to moisten ,it) ,until the meat;; but, on the other hand, what a waste other respects, is most readily infectedby almost exclusively upon mere' ''mind

)loosens: ,.from .the bones ; then,,chopped; there is of the flavoring properties of feeding with milk or tubercle, training. Each' child .has' been dealtwith

with, twice the amount of cold boiledotatoes peach, almond and laurel leaves, so there is every reason to think that on 'tne ,assumption that he is to

seasoned with, salt and pepper -. richly charged with essence of bitter mankind, and particularly children, get his living 'through' mental'Wtfrk.

; and moistened. before, putting onthe almonds, so much used in most kitchens may be as susceptible as the porcine This'fact' has been ''coming' info' view

; fire.i The*"spider' : with a little, ,but- Of course such leaves must be tribe. It' is somewhat strange that during the last 'few yedrs. That the

ter. or beef-dripping;, ,on it, should be, used with caution, but so must the though the note of' warning was second city' in the TJriiori shouldS be .

boiling hot, the hash put on ,and, covered spirit as well. An infusion of these sounded so frequently and so long ago, acting orilt\ 'is indeed welcome.Brad'. ;,... \.'

until, a light ,brown ,crust: hasformed it should not have excited attention.It 'str'et/s. :,';,1 "1 '
; -- could readily be made, either green or
; then turned over, on, the plat, of the is not too late now to adopt precau- ;,.I" :
dry, and a: tea or tablespoonful Crocodiles I ,
ter and served.-Ethel Stone,in Amer- One oi"the tions,if what is reported be corrrect.It t '.t fl i
flavoring liquor
closely resemble alligators. Their 1 1I
: is time that the '
rican Agriculturist. high sanitary con-
useful and harmless of all leaves for
t Ii I tails are used in swimming, and their
dition of milk and flesh producing
: ,Northern Festivities. flavoring is that of the common sy- animals was ascertained. At present legs aid in lifting them out of"thq pu.

", The: Troy, (N., Y.? Mail is.respon- ringa. When cucumbers are scarce there is ample scope for free trade'in They build nests of leaves and vegeta- ,.

,sible for the following : these are a perfect substitute in salads ,these diseases and deathdealing'articles tion before it has.J>egun to decay ; a

!VThe invitation, to ,a, recent Apple- or anything in which that flavoris of food. What with private layer of eggs,.&; layer of vegetation. ;

Bee ,in a New York ran as follows: desired The taste is not only like houses and unvisited dairies :The,heat,of the ,vegetation hatches the
41309FIFTHAVENUE,12.4-80.-HOW-; that of cucumbers, but identical-a .eggs. The ,crocodile differs from the
there is no check whatever. nit -
de-do. You'd better, hitch up next'' curious instance of the correlation of rian. alligator by: having no long separation -
Wednesday night and come over to our flavors in widely( different families. I ....... between the nostrils. It has a:valve '

house ;'toVari;'apple,:paring'bee.' Tell Again, 'the young leaves of cucumbers I An Industrial College. for Women. ,in the throat for keeping out water. 4

ybuV'wife'" to bundle up arid come along. have a striking likeness in the way of The Planters' Journal says, respect The,crocodiles of the Nile and of: the

Itj. i will do her' good.. Some 'lot' the flavor to that of the fruit. The same ing the French Industrial College .recently Ganges are most dangerous. Alliga .
'nicest i bbvs arid\girls in the neighborhood 'may be affirmed carrot tops, while in' opened in Mississippi: tors,are,called cold blooded because of ;

'are coining.;. If the' barn is full most gardens*-* : there is a prodigious' ., I'" "This excellent and-promising i i j institution i-! their_ inabjlity .develop .much heatin :

'ydti'can':hitch'pour horse to,the trees waste of celery flavor' in the sacrifice V.z,5 1 for the practical i l",,educationtof i I their" bodies." ..uj' ,,a .
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I dlorid 'llisl !&i I If FROST. REPORTS. St. Augustine, 12th-mercury at 18 ;:,..', ...4-The.Late; ,:Freeze. "L' .: "
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Condensed from damage to young orange groves FroraVthe 8th ,tothe\T2thi5fItne, .
Telegrams, Correspondence -
:JACKSONVILLE_. FLA., '.JAN. 18; 1866.D. ..,. o. Etc. supposed to be very serious. t present month we were visitedbra"cold
f :.REDMON!),-Editor. Flurries of snow in Tampa, and wave," the effects of which are

'. CHAS W'DaCOSTA'; Proprietor. Tuesday, January 12th, was gener quite cold weather, January 11th. wide-spread, and, we fear, very disas-

rubsoripUon'''.00 per annum;4n dt1ance: ally admitted to be the coldest of the Young orange and lemon trees near trous. At present writing ((16th), even

;.- : -' I 0 season.. At 6 a. m. the stood
YItATE f $ 011' ADYEUTISING.ai'2 .: mercury Brooksville seriously injured on the with all the "returns" from different
"ablel advance, unlcas otherwise c oniractect at,153x above zero at the Signal
18 .
12th-mercury parts of the State, it is impossible to

aPACE. lWEEK( 1 _0. 3xo.: 4 6 3o. (11 YUB Office, in this city. Ice formed in houses all along the 1 form a correct opinion as to the extentof

laqr.200 $600'I 11200 '1600' 22 00 At Dr. Baldwin's residence, in this Halifax river on Sunday and Monday, the injury; but we think it can be
2 8 liO 110 liO :1100 2S00 3S 00
:''co1. 600.18: OO :fa 00 '4S 00 64 00 city, on the same morning the ther- 10th and 11th. thus briefly summed up:
800 24 00 .Jg 00 6.J 00 85 00
I;.' 1200' 86 00[ 72'00 96 00 128 00 mometer registered 12 above zero! In Orange county, at Fort Gatlin, 1. The oranges, lemons and other
1400 42 00 tH 00 11200 150 00
I u; 18 00 MOO 108 00 14400 192 00 At Key West, on the same morning lowest temperature, 20. Great dam- citrus fruits, exposed on the trees, have

.AUTHORIZED AGENTU U2th), thermometer 43, with fair age to fruit and tender plants. At been almost entirely destroyed.
7b receive SvJbtcripHont to this Paper:
&UBNER&:Co.,'67 and 59 Ludgate Hill, London weather. At Punta Rassa, mercury Umatilla, same county, mercury 21 2.:Old bearing trees are badly

AHSBICAN,England.NEWS Co., New,York. 27, with large numbers of .dead on the 11th-fruit and trees damaged nipped and scorched. They will prob-

,W.WESTERN L. Bins.: +NEws Interlachen Co.,Chicago, Fla., Ill.' (frozen) fish floating around the shores.In considerably. ably lose their leaves, but finally re

P. O. UPDEQHAFF.& Co., Irvington, Ind. the interior Punta Rassa .
near tem The for ,
The cold here in Florida the cover. prospect next year'scrop
perature from 20 to 25 .
have made arrangements with the pub- Times-Union ) has caused incon- is not very flattering.
Usher "THE DItiPATCH'with : ,
and will club : Capt. Dennett, of the Steamer
3. budded and
any of the following publications, which will venience and loss but imagination can Young trees many
be mailed promptly upon receipt of price, for Athlete, who left New Smyrna on and
ONE YEAR hardly picture the amount of physical seedlings are seriously injured ; ,
THE FLORIDA DISPATCH Regular Club'A :?Monday afternoon, ((11th) reports I. in .
i Price. Rate.merldnAgricultur1s many cases, destroyed.
AND that has been it
suffering produced
.._...._11.50 12.00 S&50 everything frozen hard but expressed by
Atlantic Constitution_..-........L50 ,2-U,: ), 3.00 ; in other parts of the country. With Bananas, guavas, pine-apples,
'Atlantic Monthly Magazine.....;4.00)( 2.00 4.75 the opinion that bearing trees were and rall other and
.Country Gentleman......... ....._2.50: 2.00 3.50 the temperature ranging ten to twenty half-hardy plants
Century Magazine...................... 4.00' 2.00 5.00 not very seriously injured. shrubs down and '
Detroit Free Pres .................._... 1.00 2.00 i 2.75. degrees below zero, as it did over large are cut a great
Electric Magazine....................... 5.00 2.00 5.25 Capt. W. H. Hendricks, from Manatee killed. Many tender ornamental -
Florida Weekly Times............... 1.00 2.00 2.50 areas of the Northwest, Saturday and many
Family Story P per.-...............- 3.00 2.00 3.75 county, says everything) was more shrubs and plants are killed.
Fireside Companion.................... 3.00 2.00 3.75 Sunday, man and beast engaged ina
Frank Leslie's ;111. Weekly......... 4.00 2.00 4.75 or less frozen there-thinks young Suggestions.Do not be in too great
Frank Leslie' Pop. Monthly.... 3.00 2.00,4.00, desperate struggle merely to main-
Frank Leslie's Sund'y Mag'zlne 2.50 2.00 4.00 trees injured, but that old trees will haste to and trim trees butas
Golden Days..._...............:....... 8.00 :2.00 &75. tain life, and the suffering of the poor top your ,
Harper's Illustrated Weekly.... 4.00 2.00 4.75Harper'a pull through and yield a large crop : soon as you can plainly and surely
Illustrated Bazar......... 4.00 2.00 4.75 who are ill-provided for such an emer-
Harper's III. Young People........ 2.00'Harpers 2.00 3.00 next year. trace out the effects of the frost, trim
'! Monthly Magazine.....:4.00 2.00 4.50 gency is something awful to contem-
From Starke
learn that all the
LIppincott's Monthly Magazine 3.00 2.00 3.75 we off all wilted and dead branches of
Nebraska Farmer............'........... 1.00 2.00 2.75 in Bradford plate. Our despatches from day today <:
North American Review...........5.00 2.00 5.75 oranges are frozen, but have idea of what orange, lemon and other citrus trees,
New York Weekly Sun............... 1.00 2.00 2.50 trees not conveyed some .
New York Weekly Herald....... 1.00 2.00 2.50 are seriously damaged.In was being endured in certain localities cutting back to the sound wood, and,
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'New York Weekly Tribune. 1.25 2.00 2.75 Orlando down to 20
New York Weekly,Times....._..1.00 2.00 2.50 mercury but we be sure that the grim reality -I as soon as spring opens, give them a .
New York Weekly World-...... 1.00 2.00 2.50 on Monday ((11th) and all fruit frozen may liberal and careful
manuring repeated
Popular 5.00Philadelphia 5.75
\ 200 has been but faintly indicated.The .
1.00 2.50 hard. Young trees and stock
Rural Callomian..l.5O 2.00 2.50 nursery winter will be memorable workings, in order to assist them in
a one.
'" Southern Cultivator.. ....;...:..2.00 2.75 greatly damaged old trees will
Scientific American................... 3.20 2.00 4.25 ; probe -. ,- the effort to start a fresh, vigorous
Saturday Night.........................3.00 2.00 8.75 ably recover. and re-clothe themselves with
....._... growth
f Savannah Weekly New8 1.25 2.00 2.50 Fine Nursery Stock.-Well Packed
./ Southern' Bivouac...................... 2.00 2.00 3.00 Mr.\ Uriah Bowden, one of the oldest Etc. leaves. Where trees in the grove are
Southern Live Stock Journal. 2.00 2.00 2.75

SU The Nicholas.Century Monthly..:.............Magazine.:...._........ 3.00. 2.00 4.00 :residents of Duval county, says the We recently had occasion to send killed, plant more, at once! "Don't

:. (Scribners: )......:..........._.._..... 4.002.00 5.00 freeze of 1835 was nothing to be com- give up the ship"Reliability
Waverly Magazine..................... 4.00. 2.00 5.00. for a neighbor and ourselves, some .

The above!although are we among are able the very to club best with publications oth-- pared to this, either in temperature or small orders for trees and plants to of Advertisers. ,

ers. Write us for terms with any other paperor duration. He considers the
orange :Mr. P. J. BERCKMANS of "Fruitland
periodical, not in this, list, and we shall Referring to our Kissimmee correspondent -
.. heerfully quote club rates. trees, old and young, badly injured.W. Nurseries Ga and it "
t(I.Remittances should be sent by Check Augusta, ,, givesus "Magnolia, and others, we

.Money.8':'.I addressed Order,to Postal: Note or Registered Let .C. Hargrove, of"Folly Nursery," much pleasure to say that the orders are compelled to state that we cannot

r C. W.- DaCOSTA, near Palatka, says his young trees are were promptly filled with stock of excellent reply through the DISPATCH to inquiries -

__ _JAOK8OHTVIM.F.__ FtA. all. .frozen, and that he can fill no more quality ; and that the labeling, in regard to the ousiness stand-
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Annual.Meeting of the Florida Press orders at present.In packing, etc., showed even in the mi- ing and integrity of our neighbors.

vli t ;. Association. Jacksonville and vicinity waters nutest detail, the work of thoroughly While we do not knowingly admit any ,

f .,1* By, authority! of.the Executive, : Committee pipes burst, pumps were frozen up, i competent experts. The proprietor of bogus or doubtful advertisements into I

the Annual Meeting of the and a number of young men and boys I "Fruitland" certainly understands his our columns, we cannot endorse or be

Florida Press Association is hereby enjoyed skating and sliding on the ice. I business, and spares no pains to give held in the least responsible for the of-

called to meet at Gainesville, on Thurs- At Fernandina, thermometer downto his customers the fullest satisfaction.See fers or statements of advertisers.
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15 frozen business the advertisement of Mr. Berck- -
February 11 1886. eyerytiling (
l.frt i almost between elsewhere in DISPATCH.
C. 'H. JONES suspended-good skating mans )
South Florida that Mr.
I _. ._ .. Argus says
tlrll j \ President. the city and Amelia Beach, and r. -
Geo. W. Hilt, head packer at the H.
"'D'. tEitiorr; .' : .i. one or two tramps reported frozen to A Hopeful Sight. Hurff house is
packing spending
.."j '-'ti'1 i"Secretary.. '. 'U!1."; '. >1' death on the outskirts of town. I There is an Agricultural College at ,
Christmas at his home in Geneva.
6; : Pu'I' > !'*nu.Uftj i;' At Sanford,intense cold on Saturday Starkeville, Miss., with 375 students.
George is the champion packer in this
1 State Fair.MS night-mercury went down to 19- I Some one writing from there speaks of
State. Last he box
season packed
:' Dr. Fairiie, the very capable' and oranges on trees frozen-buds and I seeing a most hopeful sight, that of
150 in five minutes
'energetic Secretary, as well as many. young seedlings badly hurt-water- fifty or sixty young white men using I containing timed oranges ,

,.members of the "State Park Association the hoe in digging and plant- being by Maj. Wylly.
i other pipes bursted, etc. potatoes -- --...... .,; .

," are making:'possible' ef- At Live Oak, on the 12th, mercury ing strawberries at eight cents an hour. Premiums Withdrawn. ,.;',

:fort,to induce the people of the State down to 16 above zero-ponds frozen And it is added "that they were not At a meeting of the Directors lor" the

..U/ turn out en masse on. the 16th of -good skating-ice nearly an inch tramps nor boors, but scholars and State Park, on the 14th inst.. all. premiums

.n cit- month' and make an' exposition thick, etc.Gainesville. gentlemen, sons of some of our best offered for the, display of fruits,

!iof$industry: and artfully worthy of 12th, mercury 16 and people, who are thus' practically pre- vegetables, etc., were .withdrawn, on

'mud creditable to our 'great and grow- 18oranges and early vegetables all paring themselves for future useful- account of the great injury:tpigroves
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The Great' Freeze-Out of-1886r New Publications.' A hl 1>I pKate'CompanyofCharles- idea"w s-to--gerrid-the'frozen-sap-

Our State exchanges' have manydoletul Bread Winners Abroad: By Rob- ton, S. C. Full of comic pictures, tes. before it,had lime to thaw and 'turn

1 'acC unts of the'great cold'snap ert P. Porter. We have just received timonials, etc. Send for it. sour. I believe that, if the owners of

January{ :8-12, just':past,: :and we from the publishers a handsome 'volume Implement Catalogue of S. L. Allen the groves :will adopt the same treat

are, also; in receipt many' private entitled"Bread Winners Abroad;" & Co., 127 and 129 Catharine street, ment, and do it quick, before the sap

letters''containing statements: 'regard which is destined to create a sensation Philadelphia, Pa. Devoted, chiefly, has time to thaw that the danger will "

to"the damage1 inflicted: ,and speculations among all who labor and those whoemploy to illustration and description of the be lessened 50 per cent. At all events,

to the future' of- '. I I it acted like ,charm with me, and I
as orange grow labor. It consists of one hundred "Planet Jr." which is, unquestionably a

ing, etc. We condense, and'.append a 1 'letters from all parts of Great an implement of much value. give it for what it is worth.

few'notes from differentt parts of the Britain, by Robert P. Porter, relatingto Trade List for January, Februaryand W. B: 'V TSOY."

State: labor and its and the condi-- Jacksonville, January 12, 1885. '
wages, March\ 1886. of W. L. .
, Nursery .......----
"AH 'oranges frozen solid last"night, tion of the 'working classes; and comparing Smith, Aurora, Ill. A handsome cat- Jacksonville Real Estate.

9th5,of* January. Leaves'' all curled, the condition workingmen in alogue, describing a large and varied From a late report of a committeeof

but the trees do not seem to be hurt, Great Britain and America. It is in stock of trees, plants, shrubs, etc., at experts appointed by the Jackson-

Thermometer 20 at 8 o'clock, a.m.- favor of protection to American indus- very'moderate prices. ville Board of Trade, we learn that

freezing:all day, in the shade ice an try and, workmen, and all who desire there has been a wonderful rise in the '

inch thick., Our whole crop, from 800 to' see this country stand first in its Forty Cents Weekl-Foster's Cheap value of real estate in this city and'

to' 1200 boxes lost t, and still on the reputation for the care and conditionof Living! neighborhood during the last three
Editors Florida Dispatch:
trees. the laboring classes, and are op- Property has doubled in value
I wish to call attention to the state- years.
Beauderc, Fla:., Jan. 10, 1886:" posed to placing} the working peopleof since 1882, and there has been a
ment of Mr. F., of Tangierene, to the
.. "Water frozen solid in our kitchenon this country on a level with the of growth and development in the city
representative Pittsburg Dispatch
cheap labor of Europe, should do all ,
and suburbs wonderful. As
Saturday and Sunday nights 8th and published by last week. truly appendages -
they can to aid in the circulation of
and 10th of January; and all tender Whilst it to to our flourishing metrop-
me a
appears very
this book.
Proprietors manufactories -
plants, out-doors and in, killed, or ridiculous representation of the cost olis, we have now:
mills, machine shops, and all who I East Jacksonville and Fairfield.
': badly injured. of living in Flo ida, it may, and i I
employ a large number of people, can
Riverside and
Mandarin:, Fid.,Jan. 11, 1886. certainly will, mislead some credulous -I I Brooklyn, Edgewood.
do better work
no than to circulatethis La Villa and Hansontown.
"Ice on still water over an inch work their employes. The persons. If, however, it can be :
among Springfield and Oakland. ,
thick and shallow of St. Johns demonstrated that a person can live in
;: water national reputation of Mr. Porter as a Panama.

River frozen hard enough to bear upa reliable statistician should create a health and strength on forty cents per South Jacksonville.All .

man's weight; several yards out from wide demand for this, his most recent week, then the information I requestin increasing in population and
the enclosed query would be of con .
the shore. and work.
effective It contains 420 flourishing in business

New Berlin,Fla., Jan, 11, 1886. pages; is handsomely bound, and will siderable interest to the public.I --......-------

"Fruit all frozen solid-old trees be sent to any address by mail, post- trust you will publish my queryas Answers to Inquiries.L. .

nipped badly, and young and tender j raid, on receipt of$1.00, by J.S. Ogil- a means of challenging what ap- S. T.-The conclusion of Rev.

buds probably' nearly all killed." vie & Co., the publishers, 31 Rose pears to me a very absurd statement, Mr. White's series of articles on the ,
and one which is in no way creditableto will be found in ,
street, New York. Pineapple present
r' West Shore, St. John8 River, Clay Florida.
Fla. 10 1886. Florida-Its Climate Productionsand number of the DISPATCH.H. .
county, Jan. ,I
I Characteristics. Prepared by We have, heretofore, given full
"Driven well frozen and THE INQUIRY.
pumps up,
JOHN P. VARNUM and issued by the information on Pyrethrum, or Insect
iron ; Could you obtain and publish the
galvanized' pipes burstedgroundfrozen
of the Jackson Powder; but a correspondent of the
Passenger Department
solid from one to two inches- I bill of fare of a man who, accordingto
ville, Tampa and Key West Railway.A Home and Farm says : Equal parts of
down to 18 last 10th the statement of Mr. Foster, of
mercury night,
and attractive little volume powdered borax, Persian insect pow-
inst. very pretty Tangierine, "can live and maintain

Duval miles southeast -a valuable guidebook, and alsoa i health and strength on about forty der and powdered colocynth, well
county,five of
mixed together and thrown about such
handbook of and reliable
Jacksonville Jan. 11th 1886. important cents per week, or at the most can
information for the use of the tourist, nice diet spots as are infested with troublesome]
enjoy plain at seventyfivecents
I A large orange and vegetable grower settler and investor. insects, will prove an effectual means <;
as published in issue: of
I ,:, located on the opposite side of the VicV Floral Guide, Vol. 9, for December 28th. your is of getting rid of this scourge This
My reputation
Mississippi River, and a few miles 1886 number ofVick's powder, id all cases where its use has
comes as a Holiday
stake. Yours truly, been persistent, has by long experience /
above New Orleans, writes us, under Illustrated Monthly\ Maggazine.
Dit. TANNER. been found infallible.
date of"New Orleans, Jam 11."
It containes 128 double-columned Fruit Cove, Fla.,'Jan. 4, 1886. J.-A fair f trial of the "Florida Or-

"Thermometer at my place Satur- pages, full of illustration, colored and .....:... ange Food,"sold by Mr. E. T. Paine, of
urday a. m., was 14 and althoughdry INJURY FROM FROST.
I fear:great damage will be doneto plain, many of which are new, with along 44 East Bay street, Jacksonville, convinces a

the trees. all list of novelties in seed and plants; that it special value
orange Vegetables How to Save the Orange Trees. us possesses
gone. It continues cold and dry, and copious descriptions, etc., etc. The I as a stimulant for orange!? trees; and

our only hope, is for clouds and rain house .of James Vick, of Rochester, AVe give full currency and endorse- we may also mention that the priceis t

t to draw the frost." N. Y., ranks among the foremost seed ment to the following timely letter much lower than that of many "far

[Tidings from further South-"be- establishments of the world for reli- from Commodore Watson to the Times fetched" fertilizers. "

low the frost line!"-anxiously looked II. T. J.-We have not examinedour "
ability, promptness and liberality and Union : r
for.] all their publications are artistic at- "Before taking charge of the De Guinea grass since the freeze. It f

tractive and valuable.The Bary line of steamers I had charge of is probable that many of the clumpsare
LABEL THE ,PACKAGES-In put killed out. But we still have
Fanner's Protective ,
View of a Mr. DeBary's grove at Enterprise,

ting away summer ,or winter clothing: Tariff.{ :-By Isaac W. Griscom,' Published -- and also ,owned quite a large one of Pearl Millet, Millo Maize, Sorghum,

for the' season, label all packages on by'the'author, Woodbury, New my own. ,Both of these groves I be- Kaffir Corn, Cow Peas and many other

the outside 'and' keep h i1dY' a memorandum Jersey, 1885. Price35' cents;' mail, lieve I saved in 1880-81 by heavy forage and hay plants-not the slightest -
the. contents. of 'for despondency us
book with reason
; A and -well- that winter.I 'jmake'
the freeze of
each post paid. very cogent pruning after the best of all our resources and :
,trunkdrawer'orclo: t, specified; in favor of !'Free and
reasoned argument had men go through: the groves j
1 advantages. .
it*will saver of time and:'sexation ".
prove Trade, which :we' 'commend to- the cut off all! the'young and:fender growth A. c..-B., Daytona.-See the note. of :
One '
often where'aDjanlje
forgets1 just1 special1',attention ',of political. *''econo. down to the-'hard! firm wood, anal'in Dr.' Geo.' W,'Davis;}in regard: :: to .the f

put,especially or mittens if thV, scarTLetc.ustomoo"plaooh : 'were; mists5'and'l la wtoakers.1x ; some;''lins ari'ces,":where''th'e"trees'were diseased orange twigs* forwardetTbyyou. } 1 i

'been) chap**" tm.f -;, : Almanac; 'Hand-Book'of: ; () 'of sthe young,*cut:the entire/,top*;away.' ')11 .'; j (

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Diseased Orange, Twigs. ment. Upon receiving said report, and Brown Leghorn, and Langshan The sea turtle's toes are united in

DR. GEO. W. DAVIS, of this city, .the President shall at once order the fowls-first-class stock-and has: now the form of a paddle. It makes long
ballot said
who has made the various diseases of Membership upon fee$1.00.petitioner. probably the largest Poultry farm voyages, sometimes across the Atlantic.

the orange a special study, kindly I south of the Ohio river. Mr. Rich- The sea turtles are immense, some of

sends us,the following note: I Sensible and True. ardson speaks very highly of the DISPATCH them attaining a weight of 1,200

EditorFlorida: Dispatch: W. C. S., of Switzerland,Fla., writes: as an advertising medium, and pounds. They graze in the grasses at

U,The twigs of orange you submittedto ) "I have received numerous inquiriesas promises to acquaint the public more the bottom of the sea.

me for inspection, are affected with to the amount of capital required to fully with the extent and variety of '
No Mystery About it.
the common orange scale and a fun- get a start in this State. This is avery his stock early next month.
There are no mysteries or secrets
gus. The fungus is undoubtedly the I .
difficult question to answer-as about the of Brown's
result of having lodged in the compounding
spores THE GULF STREAM.From his recent -
excretions of the scale and developed.The I much so as the question, 'How much Iron Bitters. The preparation of ironis

disease prevailed; quite exten- food or clothing will be necessary?' I I observations Capt. Pillsbury finds the only one that can be taken

sively hereabouts in the 1883 that the strength of the current of the without injuring the teeth or stomach.It .
year Hundreds come to the State without a
Gulf Stream is the gives to the feeble life to the
but fast year not to so great an extent. invariably on vigor
.Two or three applications of the dollar, and by industry and economy Florida instead of the Bahama side of debilitated, and health to the dyspeptic. -

kerosene and suds wash will clean I soon acquire homes, and in time become You need not fear to give it to
soap the stream and that the
the scale and fungus from the affected rich. Others come here with temperatureof I I the most delicate child. Mrs. Emma

limbs and cause the parts to assume I thousands of dollars in ready cash, and this great "river" in the ocean Williams, of Starkweather, Miss., says.

their wonted vigor. I have never by and bad ranges from 42 to 81. The greatest "It relieved my daughter of dyspepsia -

observed the fungus on limbs which extravagance management velocity of the stream at the surfaceis and myself of general debility."
run through with the whole, and are .
had not at the same time the work- about four and a half knots, but --
of scale. reduced to poverty. I believe Floridais Invalids' Hotel and Surgical I Insti
ings the fluctuations are frequent and con-
l Other remedies will eradicate the the best place in the United States tute.
disease, such as the lime, sulphur and for a poor man. Less labor is neces- siderable.To This widely celebrated institution,
located at Buffalo, N. Y., is organizedwith
carbolic washes but that will
anything food and Clothing need-
to the
; sary get ADVERTISERS. E. S. Rich-
a full staff of eighteen experi-
remove the scale, will eradicate the ;
!. fungus. ed to sustain life. Wherever he goes, ardson, of the DeLand "Florida Poul- enced and skillful Physicians and Sur-

: Parties are traveling through the the man who has no capital except his try Yards," in a recent note to the geons, constituting the most complete

country selling patent washes for the I muscle must have a hard struggle if Publisher, gays : organization of medical and surgical
skill in America for the of
same purpose, but people had better he supports a family and paves any- "I think the DISPATCH the best advertising all chronic diseases whether
avoid this class of creatures for theyare requiring
thing towards securing a home of his medium in the State. SinceI medical or surgical m .-ans for their
worse than the scale and fungusG. "
W. DAVIS. own. .. dropped the large advertisement in cure. Marvelous success has been
I, -----fOverProduction-- -
...... of Fruit. the paper, I have not had nearly the achieved in the cure of all nasal, throat

f Florida Press Association. ; The pomological zeal of our California amount of orders," &c. and lung diseases, liver and kidney diseases -
of the bladder
I See official notice of the Gainesville friends seems to have carried them ....... diseases, diseases digestive pecul organs ar to, women,

meeting (Feb. 11,) elsewhere in present too far, and we now hear that they are I "HELEN HARCOURT'S" WORKS ox blood taints and skin diseases, rheuma-

number.An producing ten times the quantity of FRUITS, etc.-There is some inquiryfor tism, neuralgia, nervous debility pa-

i effort is being made to enlargethe fruit necessary to meet the wants of a new edition of this work, a large ralysis, epilepsy (fits), spermatorrhea,

membership of the Association, local consumption ; and yet, fruit cul- portion of the first edition having, unfortunately impotency kindred affections. The
cure of the worst ruptures, pile tumors,
and we call attention to the following ture there is only in its infancy. The been destroyed by fire. varicocele, hydrocele and strictures is

extracts from the Constitution : only limit to production seems to be Will the fair author give us some information guaranteed, with only a short residence

J SECTION MEMBERSHIP.\ the foreign demand, and fruit growers. on the subject ? I at the institution. Send 10 cents in
i i for the Invalids' Guide-Book
1. shaH.be divided into '' stamps
: Membership are anxiously casting about to find'
PRACTICAL WORKERS WANTED.In .- (168 pages), which gives all particulars. -
three classes, viz : Active, Retired and markets for their have
Honorary. crops. the "Want" column of the Country Address, World's Dispensary
held several conventions to considerthe Medical Association Buffalo N. Y.
2. An active member be
must a proprietor Gentleman, we find numerous inquiries
subject,and will soon hold another.It .
I } publisher, or editor of a newspaper for"'V orking Farmers," "Skilled Florists Sick and bilious headache, and all
published in Florida and of is expected that they will be en-
"Farmer and Gardener "Stock- derangements of stomach and bowels,
'. such a character as can be entered in abled to send two freight trains of cured by Dr. Pierce's "Pellets"-or
' Raiser," etc. etc., but not one line of I
the office for second-
) mailing
post as fruit per week to the Eastern markets anti-bilious granules. 25 cents a vial.
r class matter. enquiry for clerk, salesman or book- No boxes allow of vir
I nextyear, and if the business is pooledit cheap waste
3. Active member retiring from
keeper. : tues. By druggists.
: journalism may be made retired mem can be made profitable, otherwisenot. .

, hers by a vote of the Association. The element of cooperationseems A BEAUTIFUL PICTURE !-Our kind Delicate diseases of either sex rad-

4. Patrons of Journalism of noted essential to success. of ically cure Send 10 cents in stamps
up-river neighbor, Mr. Bryan,
)learning, ability and integrity of character for book. Address, World's Dispensary -
, may be made honorary mem Prospects of 1886. Point La Vista, will please accept our Medical Association, Buffalo,N. Y.

hers of this Association by election on There seems to be many substantial thanks for a very pretty little photo- .

; an affirmative vote of two thirds of reasons for predicting a more prosperous graph of the shore of Lake Superior, Consumption Cured.
An old physician, retired from
the members present. for the agricultural interests at Bayfield Wisconsin.GERMINATING .
I year had in his
practice, having placed
5. active members
Only vote
I, may of this 1886 than for
I country during hands by an East India missionary the
and hold office in the Association.I .
I No proxies shall be allowed. several years. Manufacturing is on a POINT. Experi- formula of a simple vegetable remedyfor

\ sounder basis, railroad building has ments were made at the New York the speedy and permanent cure of
revived station to determine the lowest tem- Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh, I J
public .confidence is restored
RULE 5. Any proprietor or editor .,
{ perature at which the seed of Indian Affections
of a respectable newspaper, published capitalists are more willing to investin

in the State of Florida, may, upon new enterprises, the population of corn would germinate. The temperature cure for Nervous Debility and all Ner-

petition, become a member of the the country has increased and every was controlled by hot water sur- vous Complaints, after having testedits

. Association upon receiving a two- one is more hopeful of the future. rounding the pockets in which the wonderful curative powers in thou-
thirds majority of the votes of the mem- sands of cases, has felt it his duty to
seeds were placed. In the first seriesof
it is that the
bers of the Association J present at the Again, scarcely possible make it known to suffering fellows:

annual convocation. Such petition prices of any staple product can remain experiments, germination took placein Actuated by this motive and a desireto

shall be in writing, accompanied by long at present low quotations. three hours in a temperature be- relieve human suffering, I will send

the fee, and placed in the hands of ..... tween 49J and 51}. :Many additional free of charge, to all who desire it,this

the Secretary. Upon being received, : Fine Poultry.Our trials proved that 47 was about recipe, in German,French or English,

( aid petition shall be referred to the correspondent, E. S. Richardson the lowest point at which germination with full directions for preparing and
Committee on Membership 'who' shallat
using. Sent by mail
to'the of of DeLand, has recently made avery :could occur in the seed of corn. Some addressingwith
once proceed
stamp, naming this paper,V{. A.,
the qualifications of the petitioner and I large purchase of Light Brahma, other experiments have placed the NOYES, 149 Powers ,Block, Roehe.d. ., r,

t make their report before the adjourn. Plymouth Rock, Wyandotte, White point some degrees higher. N.Y. ,(

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Those. 'who have used: the:Boss ZINC I

and LEATHER COLLAR PADS and 14 I 'Val rico Nurseries, \

ANKLE Boors say they are the best I M & TROPICAL AND SUBTltOPICAL.a E

and cheapest, because most durable. -- I __ I I c or w ,. g.u
They; will last a life time. Sold by. Fruit and Vegetable Market. I .., } ,' .. Catalogue Free. ,? S5* ;Sj E
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DEXTER CURTIS, 261 BROADWAY NEW YORK, Jan. 15' 1885.} o (;

Madison Wis. QUOTATIONS. o Sejfner, Hillsborough Co., Fla. .
Florida Oranges, fancy, per crate. 3 75a 4 75
111 '- Florida Orange, Inferior,pr crate 2 50a 3 00 .
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'Kcott'M> Emulsion of Pure Cod Liver Florida Orange, russets,per crate. 2 75a 3 25 - -- --- f--- ----- - ----------

011, with Ilypophospltites, Florida Oranges, Tangerines, crt. 1 OOa 4 50 I ITIGKUOS COlIN
Florida Oranges Mandarins crt. 2 50a 3 00 I I 218 Bay Street, John McMurray & Co.
I Its use in Lung troubles. Dr. Huau J. D. HASHAGEN, I ,
Eastern Agent. t Dealer in Second-hand Clothing.
Cadoretto, of Jacksonville Fla. : 1 Manufacturers ofHorseshoeing
'I. Cheapest place in the city. Old cloth-
"I have
.for the last months
.scribed from Emulsion to patients pre-suffering Reported PUILADEI.PJIIA especially for us January by EVANS 13,BROS.1886. ing from cleaned clothes and repaired. Spots taken WaRons Drays Carts BURroos

lung troubles, and they Produce Commission Merchants,No.56 North your .at. once. ,

teem to be greatly benefited by its Water Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Price Cur- Lands for Sale. and Repairing done promptly

use." rent subject to market fluctuations. ; A large amount of land for sale in Office decli-3m and Warerooms No. 121 Forsyth st.,

Only choice lots of Apples request. Cran- I __ ________ Jacksonville,_Fla._ _
suit in the
berrl s oull. Cholco Florida Oranges In good I quantities to purchaser:, .

Persons wanting land and Orange with request fair and demand steady.and Potato moderate market supplies.firm, vicinity of Crescent City, Huntington, I .

Groves above or below the frost line, Onions weaker. Lake Como, Pomona and Forest ; OltAXGKJ 'rnl." s.

address M. S. MOREMEN, Cranberries, fancy, J'y, dk,bus. era.. 25al 40 Hills. By
Cranberries, choice,J'y.lgt.,bus.era. 1 OOal 25
Switzerland, Fla. Cranberries,Cape Cod,dark, per bbl. 6 OOatt 50 J. S. BROWN, J toO()() to select fro'11. Varieties' : 8wee

Cranberries, Jersey...__....._per bbl. 4 50a5 03: 16-6rn. Fruitland Fla. .Seville: Nonpareil, >'avel Indian River, Mug
................. nov >
Cranberries, light per bbl. 3 00a4 00 mini r.onum and Hart's hate. budded in 1S411SS2
For Printing of every descriptionwrite Cabbage, extra, per 100...................._.. 3 OOa 00 ._ -__._ n_ .______ ___ \' find 1SS.; on sour stocks four old
to C. AV. DaCosta Jacksonville Cabbage, medium, per 100.................. 2 00a2 5'J 1'rieefrom i">c. H> 'I 1 ..ch.j .
Cabbage, small, per 100......................_ 1 50a2 00 A QUESTION ABOUTBrown's i Al.KCKT e FRIES
Fla Oranges, fancy....................-.............- 2 75a3 00 I j ,
_- Oranges, choice.................................. 2 50a2 75 NovlU'Jt St. Nicholas, Fla.
Oranges, fair,russets........................_. 2 00a2 50 Iron
We call the attention of our readers Lemons, choice,per box..................... 2 50a3 00 Jil.OO: for 13 \\ reks. The
Lemons fair, per box......................... 1 75a2 25 ; SAMPLi POLICE GAZETTE will
to an advertisement in another columnof Applesextra, per bbl....................._.. 1 GOal 75 BittersANSWERED. he mailed *C'UIC'Iwrapppcl, to any ndiiress In HieUnited
Fay's Water-Proof building )ta- Apples, prime, per bbl......................- 1 50al 60 tatei CUh1LS: fur Tnn. Moni.is:
Apples, common to goon, per bbl..... 1 25al' 40 on receipt of One JDollar. IJb-
nilla, an enterprise worthy of notice. : Apples, prime, winter, per bbl.........- 1 40al GO oral discount nlhmed to PostniasterH: Agents and
Potatoes, Fary! Rose, per bus ......... GOa 65 CillhS: 'III I PoLICE '>1 J A 11J'"l) "GArBTTBofNewYmk
For information and circulars ad- H the I ONLY l It'fW
: Potatoes, fair bus.... 55a 5S
Early Rose ,
per i :suite JlliisiraKil SiorUutncem.' I mnal Journal
The question has probably been asked thousands ;
dress CLARENCE M. GORDON, : Potatoes, Maine Rose, per bus........._ 70a 75 ; of times. I how can Brown's Iron Bitters cure very- l'uhll14h.cloJ I i tin.'A uer&.nl'O.lsu.l.r.' i T i 11
(Potatoes, Burbanks, choice, per bus.. 63.is( thing Well it d. een't. But it does cure any disease Apply l mr u-r.ns II: 1.11:\.-L'!. .":JRicharl' !
Hart's Block, Jacksonville, Fla. I'otatoes, fair to good, pr bus 58a (00; for which a reputable physician would prescribe BOX K. Fox Franklin
Potatoes, Peerless, per bus..............._ 55a 5SI'otatoes.Peerless.falr Physicians recognize Iron as the best restorative Square New. York.
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bus 53 agent known to the profession and inquiry of any
I to 50a :
10,000 ,pr leading chemical firm will substantiate assertion OMAN OR JAN IOC Pep Cent: ..
Potatoes, Mammoth Pearl, bus... GOa 6 W
per > i that there are more preparations: of iron than of any t ANTED TO BWflAKE I U PROFIT.
Potatoes, fair to good,per bus. 55a 53 I other substance used in medicine. This shows conclusively for
: orders Previous
four old Budded taking our celebrated oil portrait
year Orange Trees, Potatoes, mixed lots per bus............ 48a 52 I that iron is acknowledged t" be the most knowledge of the business $2.25 OntO s
.............. important factor in successful medical practice. It is, unnecessary.
buds one year old. These were raisedin Sweet Potatoes, per basket. > 40a43 I 'fteo. The agent realizes tOO profit per week on only
Sweet Potatoes, culls, per basket..... 20a 25 however a remarkable fact that prior to the discovery orders per day, RellJr Dros.&Co.,Hi Droome 8t.,N.Y
the best nurseries; in the State. Sweet Potatoes ersey, ex., per bbl.. 2 tOa2 2-5 I satisfactory of;nnOIRON iron combination HITTERSnoperfectly had ever been found.-

Price board Sweet Potatoes, Jersey,fair, per bbl.. 1 75a2 (PO I
on cars only 35c. each to
Onions, near by, N.Y.yellow,per bbl. 2 50a2 75' BROWN'j SIRONBITTERStt tcotcaasej O WIPEEARS! !

reduce my stock. AddressG. Onions, Western, per bbl.............._... 2 75a3 00 headache produce constipation other iron .-U:
Onions, Red per bbl.......................-.. 2 00a2 25 j I inedicIuesdo.HllOWNSIRONIUTTEIiSi t) SII'IL1tl LeConte and Kieffer
H. SUTHERLAND, I Onions, Yellow, per bus.........1 IQal 20 I cnres Indigestion,Biliousness Weakness 1 Vanon thei r own i'uots; Bartlett I, and
i. otherar| on LeConte: roots Peen
Aredondo, Flu.SCIENTIFIC ------ -- Dyspepsia,"fllalarla, Chills and Fevers, o To null Honey leaches Russian
LOCAL ADVERTISEMENTS. 1 Tired FeelinffGeneralDcbilityPain in the Apricots .n plum ; Peaches on
I 1 Side,BackorLlmbsIIeadaclieandNenrnl. plum and) tested Russian Apples.
('ataJo rut.. with facts.fN>e. A large aryl'
I gla-for all these ailments Iron is prescribed daily : timers( iisnorlincnt of Fruit Trees

Write or telegraph Byron E. Oak, BROWN'S IRON A" W. F. HEIKE8, Manager.
i ?: Hunt+,ille >u..rl! ., HuntBvllle.Ala.CALF" .
DEPARTMENT.) the undertaker, for Marble, Iron Rail- I !minute. Like all other thorough medicines.it acts
alowty When taken by", 'n the first symptom of '
mama V ; .:u n p u a n u nji.1S"7 ing and all kinds of Cemetery Work.A benefit Is renewed energy. The muscles then become SMALL'S
firmer,the digestion improves the bowels are activo. FEEDER
full line of Wooden and Metallic
-- I In omen the--effect is usually more rapid and marked. Thi SfcW article apprlf\Iateol and apt +'r;
Cases and Caskets hand. The eyes begin at once to brighten; the skin clears t proved bj all progressive Karmer and ,,
> > always on I op; healthy color comes to the cheeks; nervousness : Stock n&l eu. The calf iueL its foal
i ..HHnU3A\ I w ..: wb ..:-aa13S d disappears; functional derangements become regu I sowly la *perfectly natural thrlv
: All orders attended to 25 way
oo I arc promptly I lar. and if a nursing mother, abundant sustenance : log M well a*when fed on Iti own mother.Cireularsrree. .
jo c o o o O i i m is supplied for the .
3K I child. Remember Brown's Iron SMALL
Laura St. Jacksonville Fla.
9U189fW, AV I E3 ;E35 t I Bitten is the ONLY iron medicine that is not ininnous. i 81 South Market Street BOSTON!' MASS.'
P .
sn rfiyiieiant and flrugyiit recommend it. -
i --- & Grove and Pine Lands for Sale. I The Genuine has Trade Mark and crossed red lines :

c i 25:; nPlwnu I ocvaaaootycc I Ei Two and one-half miles from river I on wrapper. TAKE NO OTHER. MAKE YOUR OWN INCUBATOR.Send .
Nx IIUP U1J3Jt k9 ;';E f:
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< 5O cents in stamps for my new illartratcd
landing mile to school-house and
-J:: > oOO -- -- -- ------ Agent Make $3; u ; pamphlet which tells how to make an Incubator
ce a store; 4J acres in grove, 31C trees, 165 Da'hellingerfe..t Fam.lly Scales a very small cost that will hatch over 9O percentof
E ; I 'c1laoGA: ; I NI :::QO.QO u Entirely new in principle. Welh one ounce the e also tells all about how to make Artificial
"d -- --- set out Feb., 1881, all thrifty and the to 25 pounds. What every family needs and Mothers, Eeg Testers, etc. They are all

-gs-. ':: i-----1 I OQfl best budded stock-200 yards from I will buy. Rapid Kales surprise old ngents. :. simple, easy to make and do excellent work, and
u h o "'" my home rove, on Stella lake. I ------ 111.
I --I I S. WALDO, Quincy,
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I d fjtrJ : !__, v No better orange land or healthier I i ARTESln WELLS.Flowing Choice Plymouth Rock Eggs for sale at $1.25 per 13

d ...a j .00 location in Florida. Had 13 boxes i --
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sqipojpanqpuc Q) WaterWheels
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uSgU saq:>UI UI 88S8888TTTjTl. .1 == oranges, shall have about 50 this year.J. Wells of never-falling water peed and Bt
: > UVJDIW (lva ,,, -cS: f 0p04:: WETHERBEE, fly secured by the new Cornish System. I 8: ,4.1.DeLoach & Bio Millstones.|
-- - --a Terms address
moderate. For
:: jnirtlculars,
.... K &3 dec21-lm Fruitland, Fla. I Prices wonderfully' .
00 'cI1ta ogaMcoq M geo O large catalogue.
OM. U'8aJ ::5 R 1 ;;;;:3 "dCo Seed FotatoeFrom Novia Scotiu. I II I SOUTHERN ROCK WELL CO., I, ------- --- ------ ---

E j C ..G> Box 100 Jacksonville Fla. KEOPEXED.June29tf .
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o ... x-o. J/IlJ.u.. t-J Imported Early Rose, Chili Red,
:: 2O ai wuwlUIN scl" Best references furnished. Jan i 1m -
o .rCOWvfllj
Burbanks and of Hebron.
.a ) .. ;a. | ? Beauty
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Q WWlxUI"" ""O..OOC'i 0 We guarantee every variety to be For Sale at a Bargains SavlYor'Blnte & llininR-Room

.c ....o Vo'C-i ci "" &Q'P O"N.be I true to name, and the finest potatoesfor
--- figHS8
I S planting ever brought to Florida. A young Orange Orove at Norwalk, Putnam SANFORD, FLA.
.1 19WWVg S : county, Fla, on the I river.
a: MaVwCV 8Ss The Rose and Chili Red are of a Six acres In trees just coming Into''arlng.i -
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it QM1C iiiiiig I- M Other land well timbered. Uood
I beautiful rosy color and all the varieties tenement
..:..,... 583is house,etc. For particulars! call on Mr.A. W. ELLSWORTH
o G>
.0_. '" ;: are in sound order. Will ship Williams on the premises, or addressT.

o 0) .>. ..' :i: ::: ::: t-:-2 .,I! !: cSdcS G> 2 promptly on receipt of price, which 1,! Ash pole, Itobeson. IVEY Co., N., C. ,

J J-: i 55 : must be remitted in advance. I 8UMTEK COUNTY
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o b H a A at Oai v- PBICE $3.25 PER BARREL. WIND MILL well located on the T. t O. R. It. and iu the
..Q.). Q 1' bba= m -, 3AMbel- .We-have placed all at one price -12,000- ", heart of the Lake Region.
m Hw tCkCx Send orders and money to Church Has no equal for Uf sea -

a Anderson & Co. Jacksonville Fla. simplicity, dura-;
bWty Bdl,and lile power. $100
15,000 LeConte Pear Trees 1 to 3 A job lot of Manilla Pads, of different Allent.wanted .
In all tinassigned will buy a warranted speculation or a Chciy .
years old 5,000 paper-shell Pecan sizes, for sale cheap. Made of territory.
Tanks, and Wind :Mill p
Pumps Home. Lots 170x210 feet.
Trees, 1,000 Ibs. Kolb Gem Melon waste paper ,and just the thing for Supplies of every description.Farm .

Seed, for sale at Rocky ,Branch Nurse_ : scribbling: paper or memorandums. Work a and specialty.Suburban Illustrated water Send Circulars.

ries Monticello Fla. Address t. _' Send for and rites. Catalogue and Prioe-LUt free. ., '
samples E Th Phelps*Blgelow W.M.Co. K. II. Ill'CKMAJV, Prop.,
novltf B. W. PARTRIDGE. C. W. DACoerLM YsLaaaa..i. sat lal5 Weft -
I m strtel. Saga CUr. M.. Jan 1-T.m Jacksonville, Fla

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A 36''' Page pamphlet GARDENS AND NURSERIES" FOR i

Palatka. and. All'' Landina& .

Orange and Fruit Culture, Vegetable Growing, OAKLAND, ORANGE CO., FLA. ;. ON


Pot Grown SemUTropical Fruit UPPER ST. JOHN'S RIVER-

158 Front Street New York. Plants and Vines. j
I West Havana and' NewMeaha.-:
MM MMMM Mo 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 -I
zing. to the Manager. Address DOUBLE DAILY DEPARTURES
Two DlMtinct Manures i required for Orange Treea-before and after maturty.! j .
Effect of the Right Forms of plant food on the quality of the fruit and the health of the I
rees f LINE '
Neceftslry of Judicious and Liberal Fertilization to prevent disease and exhaustion In nov29-ly Oakland, Orange Co., Fla. j iMHAivmiui Ir
orchards-Prof. GOKSSMANN, on the importance selecting the''particular: forms of plant
ood that will exert the most beneficial influence on the fruit. I
Disease of Orange Tree -Die-back; gum disease', scales Insects, rust splitting and SUNSET HILL NURSERY} -
dropping of(rule-Defective and Improper feeding. :
IteNultM from Iatj'Jcllc.un- Fertilization disastrous on the Orange tree, and fruit equally I Steamers H. B. PLANT of the People's'Line.
so, though: more dUn ult to tm<'ethan on the more rapidly maiming fruit like the Straw and CITY OF JACKSONVILLE.of the
beny and Grape, Null crop like:Sugar.Beets.: Sends Catalogues, with practical hints to De Bary-Baya Merchants' Line, will run as
Stimulating and Temporary Jteueflt from nitrogenous fertilizers. They only partiallyeed new beginners,free on application. Included follows: Leaving the DeBary-Baya Line
Wharf at foot of Laura street
the cropAre not cheap. In our list are the very choicest varieties :
Wast of Organic Nitrogen,in blood, flesh, flsh, cotton seed etc. Prof. S, 'V,Johnsonon grown. Thornless and Early Fruiting a Leave Savannah Florida and Western -
the WI\ te of nitrogen in Udat soil. specialty. Railway wharf, Jacksonville I
The Napes Ala urea a* Prepared for lorida not liable to waste, to the ex- dally,on arrival Fast Mall train.. -
ent of small' proportion of the nitrogen existing as Organic Nitrogen excepting, derived from Done I Leave Jacksonville..........................-.. :.3:30 p m ,
-about it one third of the total Mtrogeu.. R., W. PIERCE, i iI Leave Palatka....................................... 8:50 p m'
Valuation of Organic Nitrogen in the form of vegetable matter In Commercial Fertili I Leave Astor............... ....................__ 235 a m
zers-Inert unavailable Nitrogen In muck-Interior,.forms.-Prof. S. W.JOHNSON on same. Indian Springs, Orange County, Fla. I Leave DeLand......-......_.........._ 5:00 a m
Leaching and Wante of some fertilizing Ingrl'dlents-Phnsphorlc Acid and Potash seldom decU-tt _. Leave Blue Springs ......._................. 5:15 am'
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found in any quantity in drainage waters-Prof. WARRINOTON'S testimony.I. Arrive Sanford, South Florida Rail-
Priced Cheap": Fertilizers generally objectionable, and fail to supply plant food Established 1856. 200 Acres in Nursery. road wharf...... ...................._._......... 7:15 a m
it rut nable rates-Kalnit, Fish. Cotton Seed, etc. Arrive Sanford, City wharf................ 8:20 am
Nec'tBitlty' of Supplying the Right Forms of pant? food-Testimony ot Profs. S.V.. I Arrive Enterprise.._._..... 8:50( a m
miNsoN C A. GOKSSMANN and Mr c3. G. Hun ARD. Fruitland Nurseries Leave Enterprise................................. 9:10 a. m
Complete Manure t'er8U"uper phosphate-Dr. J. tf. LA WES and Prof. W. H.JORDAN. RETURNING

Prof. Jordan.-Complete Commercial Fertilizer can be depended on to keep up fertll- AUGUSTA, UA. i Leave Sanford City wharf.................. 350 f m
I ty Indefinitely,and dispenses"' with all necessity of changing or rotating manure' P. J. BERCKMANS, Proprietor. Leave Sanford,South Florida wharf
Kalnit, Murute of Pola-h. Cotton $.Seed etc.-CauU against their use on Oranges. (except on Sunday, when steamers

The Alapes Orange Tree Manure for young growing trees etc. The stock of Fruit and Ornamental trees, : will leave at 11:00 a m)...................... 4:15 p m
The Mapes Fruit and Vine Manure for older and bearing trees etc. Evergieens, Roses, Palms Flowering Shrubs, Leave Blue Springs............................. 6ip nr
The l'fHlell"eJetable Manure.-1'roC ATWATER Complete Chemical M_. 'or Potatoes Strawberry Plants etc.,'adapted to the climate Leave DeLand.........._. 6:10 p m
-larger yield and superior xualltv, and less liable to rot than from Farm Manures. of Florida is unusually large this fall. Leave Astor........ 8:40 p m
How Can The Want of The Orangn-the yound growing and the older bearingtreesbe Among the new fruits, we offer 10,000 tree.s.ofKelsey's :' Leave Palatka................ 1:30 a nr

the must: economically and best' supplied. Japan Plum ArrIve Jacksonville............................ 6:.,;a m
OtHclal'leports; of the State AgrlcunurarExperiment Stations on the :Mapes Manures; ,
t.htT'a"r :found.to Invariably ertetd'tnricJinesi 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, 188.5.) produd; also Japan Chestnuts, Prunus Pissardii Railway at Astor with St. John's andLake
huperlor;'Forms' of'Plant' Food in the Mapes Manures. new peaches, etc. Our list of Conlfera Eustis Railway;at Sanford with steam.
The Mapes Manures"the Ilighest.Grade made. and broad-leaved Evergreen*, adapted to a ers for Indian River, and with trains of the
Consumers Should Know what fertilizers are made from. I Sub-Tropical climate. is doubtless the most South Florida Railroad forTampa; at Tampa
Extracts from the Agricultural 'Press; etc. i extensive in variety In the United States. with the steamer Margaret of the People' -
:Analyses of the Orange-fruit, seed, stem, trunk, leaves etc. i Catalogue, No. Fruits and hardy Ever- Line for points on Tampa Bay and Manatee '
hoses, etc. River also connecting with the steamships
Catalogue No. 2-( reea-house Department. Hutchinson and Whitney for Key West and
While the Prices of the Mapes Manures will be lower for the season of l&SG, the past Catalogue No.3-Wholes:alelistforthe trade Havana every Saturday on arrival of South
high guaranteed standard will be fully maintained.A only.Catalogue. Florida Railroad train arriving at Key West
Full Assortment of these long-tested and reliable Manures, Including the Napes No.4-Fruits adapted to Florida. Sundays and Havana on Mondays.
Vegetable)Manures Pure Ground Bone, a selected Brand of high grade bulphate of Potash, Free to all applicants-address as above.ORANGEHIGHTS. I Returning steamships leave Havana on
Chemicals,etc.,are kept in stock for prompt shipment, and free of wharf charges, from nov9-6mos_ I Wednesdays, Key West Thursdays Tampa
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warehouse In' Jacksonville, Fla. A Pamphlet, sent free, containing guaranteed analysis, Fridays, arriving at New Orleans on Sun-
composition, directions tor use; also reports from well known growers of Oranges ; days.
'and Vegetables: through the State, giving their practical experience in using the I On and after January 1st the direct service
t' ,
Mapes Manures. between Tampa and Havana is expected t.'
I "Heathiest Place in Florida." be tri-weekly.[
Steamers Chattahoochee and Jennie Lane, .

Our Forwarding Agents Jacksonville Fla. i High, rolllnir, fertile lands- pure water,railroad i(, of the People's Line and Rosa and Welaka. '
of the De Merchants' Line leave'
Dr. G. W. LANCASTEK, DeLand, Fla., in charge of the Volusia County Warei i facilities and Northern society. Superior -. r,Jacksonvlle Bary-Baya daily at 6 p. In. Returning, ,+.
location for fruit and vegetable culture.A
)house, at Beresford, Fla. I I leave Sanford dally, at 9 a.m.
few choice residence lots given to partiE'swho
Dr. J N, BISHOP,.in-charge of the South Florida Warehouse, Sanford, Fla. I will build houses. Send stamp tor full I Racing by the Jtoat of this Company it

G. D. CLIFFORD charge of the Lake'Region Warehouse Eustis, Fla.BOWKER'S : i Information. Strictly t'rohibltfd. t

_nov5My_ ______ ___ ____ C..B. PALM .' I I For further particulars, inquire of
JNO. BRADLEY, Chief Clerk.
ORANGE GROWER. ; GENUINE I Office, Waycross Steamboat Wharf
Jacksonville, Fla! _
Jersey Sweet Potatoes W. M. DAVIDSON,
II' General Traffic Agent Astor Building.C. .

,AMe tAVy.luiii'+ :::: .: .Ei : N S3 PER RARREL. D. OWENS,Traffic Manager,
Savannah, Ga.
Yield this year over 2)0) bushels fine Potatoesper H.S, HAINES Oen'l Manager
acre on high pine land. Sept 17. tf Savannah.As.j .. _
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SANFORD, FLA.,Sept. 11,1'SS
OTS, 40XJN $4.I
I From and after this date no Steamboats
Lakeview on Kingsley Lake I Steam:: Barges, or vessels of any kind will be_
Q- $50>> buys a -acre F LO R I DA 1 allowed.to take on or put off Freight or l>>a.-
tract for sengers,or land at the wharf of the South '
e (All ORANGE GROVE. I Florida Railroad Company, at Sanford,Fla.,..
Send 2 cent stamp for Maps, etc., to i i except such line or lines of steamers or other:
TROPICAL LAND CO., vessels as are the direct advertised connections
|P. O. Box 158,,Jacksonville, Fla. of the said company,and working un-
der contract with them.
--- REFER TO Ex.Gov. Geo. F. Drew, JAMES;E. INGRAHAM
Jacksonvilleand Rev. C. (Signed) ,
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21y the County Judge of said County:
fertlllier:was one of the first, sold in a heavy crop of fruit and put on an extraordinary Room No. 10, Bostwick's Block, Cornish
Flor Ida for orange groves,and has given gen growth through the whole season ; Whereas, Francis E. has applied ta.
eral satisfaction. It contains a large amountof 1 but the most remarkable result obtained from Jacksonville, Florida, this Court for Letters of Administration on
potash,principally in the form of sulphate, I the use of this fertilizer is the fact that the I the Estate of Joseph Remington, deceased:
which experience has proved to be better: fruit is vflne-,and bright, and there has been;, late of said County of Duval.

adapted to the orange. scarcely a fallen: orange..In.the .grovejWhUe.my REAL ESTATE These.are, therefore, to cite.and admonish
own prove alongside which was>not; fertHzed -' all and singular the kindred and creditors of
THE DE BARY GROVE. ; has lost'.almost.'The entire :'crop/ the* said deceased,to be and appear before- this
earth,beneath the trees being! eoveretlawlth; Court,on or before the 16th day of February
." FRUIT PREVENTED FROM FALLING. !I I I fallen trult. ., Jlouglir: and Sold. A. D. 1886, and file objections, If any theyhave
ENTERPRISE, FLA. i regard Xhe.form''of''potash used .,in. thepieparaUpjroflhisjfertillzetlo to the granting letters-- as',aforesaid*
1 DCAR SIR-I purchased-tram you last .. : [ be the great. 1 t otherwise' the same will be granted as prayed

Y.., uary ten tons of .! Frederic O 'eb-I I desideratum of jhebearlnr gro e8. ; Houses for Rent in desirable:portions of .the t Witness my hime as County Judge of the'
which I applied to Mr. ,RespecUnllvyonr i 1 County aforesaid, this 2d day of January,1386 ,
r orange grove of bearing trees.: _The trees (Signed) / ..' W.\yaUon,,Manager; ;' city. City property handled and. I. w. A. MCLEAN L

P For free copy f the most valuable and interesting"'tfrcular ever Issued,with reference' .' returns made promptly;-. I ; County-Judge.:,*
{ o this branch of the orange.ludu.trY,address 5 "j_. -* .. .
e JOHN! D"WEeneraAgent"nidgcllAnt. \ : :. Conveyapcing'done carefullyatid'atahortCorreapoadebceholicited. II 50 chromo-or2S Hidden
F I < '.c>J........J '..:..jno..jb.'I.: iI" .notice. .. ;,u: r: on, lOov1 Samples'and terms;*o.'.Crowrii .
11t el T...t T DIUl.a.w dee2l-6m Ptg. Co, NonbCord,'Ct. '. DoVZJ.eowlSt
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REAL ESTATE OFFICE A few thousand budded from bearing trees
newcomer to 'a' new' country, some- SOUTH FLORIDA LUUL of the best and most hardy varieties grown

times has possessions In his former home or In Florida. -

which AVERY & BROWN Nursery at Panama Park, 4 miles from
;i!he cannot dispose of at once"withoutsafariujclng ,
Jacksonville F. and J. R.R.
Situated on each side of the on
:Uiem or almost giving ttiemawayi' Address,
At 3Xloanopy: Florida.
If,time be given him tie can realize:'tiom'e- C. K. PIERCE
; Railroad and its
South Florida They have all kinds of property for sale Panama Park, Fla.
thing like their value.; In such a case ready Lands unimproved and those in the higheststate _. -
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money Is always an object to him and he Bartow Branch, of cultivation. Orange Groves, LakeFronts PLANT SEED COMPANY'S RELIABLE,
must strive to'make whutever'cash i he has In .Vegetable Lands,Truck Farms,Town
Lots etc. The home of the and the
hand, 'go as Car as possible. If he buy island In the Counties of place where the Vegetables love to grow. a t Nfr ARM

paying casn for |It, it frequently le yes Orange, There Is no such country under the sun like t OPRO tQ,
that Circulars _
surrounding Micanopy. and
him house
without money to build a good or
Polk Information furnished upon application.
pjant out his grove and uarden., This Is a serious AVERY: ; & BROWN

,draw-baekaud he must either buy'very.. Hrevard, marSQ-ly Micanopy, Fia.Ih BrttefortheirILLUSTBATYDCATALOGU. Ubtua

poor and cheap land far a way from all conveniences *inter, MORETOX MURRAY, | CHARLES MCNARY PLANT SEED COMPANY,

of. society, tJ ansportaUon,and the like, and IIillttboroufr.lt. Notary Public. Justice of the Peace 612 NORTH FOURTH STRUT SAINT LOUIS MOt

oeIibo. he may have to struggle fora longtime I _. C Mention this Ftptr.)
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in making a start. A plan has been devised C3OOO Acresof '

by which a nice lot of ten acres of land Tested SeediCatalogue
these are NEWLY acquired Lands, which EAST COAST LANDS,
may be secured by the payment only of the S S
free on application. Send for it.
interest, five or ten sears being give.. lor the having been for several years reserved from Halifax River," Volusia County Fla. HIRAM SIELEY & CO..

payment of the principal, by which time any All kinds of Grove Lands, splendid Build ROCHXSTXB: ,N.Y. ASD CHJOAOO_,IlL..
sale are now offered. ing Lots on and near River. Address, with ---- --- -
man of Industry or Judgment for his
may pay
stamp, at Ormond. Volusia County, Fla. IX Till
plac A ten-acre lot costing from i K01" I o S300, These lands comprise all classes! and gradesof deoR-ly LARGEST SEED HOUSE' SOUTH.* .

can, be secured and possession obtained at I
South Florida Rolls. High Pine and Oak
once by simply j aylng t.. or $rt( every three
men IPS' ",an Interest' ,the rate being that established Lmi'ls among the Backbone Hills in the famous SEEDSlliPLANTS

by law. J In Florida_ ,. namely, ,eight& per
Lake and Hill region of the Peninsula.
cent. Send forNew Illustrated Catalogue for 1880,
and prices of Field Seeds. Mailed FKHE.
and } of
Lake Views Lake Fronts large areas
9 "CI"IU, : 'CII table lands well timbered with Pineand Oak e 1J Wholesale and Retail Seedsman,Richmond. Va

You ask, where may this bo done On the undergrowth; Low, well-timbered, Pine x <

South. Florida lull. (Pembertoi 'Ferry Division ya
Lands! ; Prairie and Marsh Lands set in rich
)1 n Hernando is call ed
county, a new place
Y stR
Oriole. The! l n'iliIlIe not more than two miles native grasses affording good pastures for 't y DESCR 11 PR cEL,

from the railroad at farthest, and most are
cattle. Also, Town Lots are offered in the
only a mile. Two railroads furnish facilities

the South Florida( and the Florida. thriving new railroad towns of Kissimmee,

.Southern; Ace class of people are settling Gun, Locksmiths, and Stencil Cutters, L
a"t Oriole. Sc'hooild Church Winter Haven, Bartow, Auburndale, Lake-
privileges al-

ready;, exist. Dally mails; a general store; a land, Plant City, Seffner, Mango, Orient and 24 LAURA STREET, rFOR 7386.:
saw-mill Will be milled FREE to alt applicants,and to customers of
to furnish lumber
good cheap. Jut year without ordering It contains about ISO pagr.
Dade City. JACKSONVILLE, - FLORIDA 600 illustrations,prices,accurate description and Talna,'.
directions planting)! ; all varieties of V EG ET A In land ;
GOOD ORANGE LAND, HIGH AND For further Information apply to Land Department FLOWER SEEDS, BULKS,etc. InTaluaUe
DRY. Gunsmithing done In all Its branches. to all, especially to Market Gardeners. Send for it.
of South Florida Railroad Com- D. M. FERRY & CO., Detroit, Mlchlcui;
Oriole Is! Intended to be a succession of or-
ange groves where settlers may find good land pany,Sanford, Florida.WALTER .

at reasonable prices and terms; where winter Special rates on Stencil Cutting, by mall. Nnrsorios of Lake Woir e Go

residents octS-tf
may health and enjoymentamid GWYNN, _h __ ___._--
, their own and and
groves gardens
where, non-residents may have groves made Junl2-tf General. Land, Agent. %'' Excelsior H tcherfJ 100,000 Orange and Lemon Trees.Our .
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'for them by persons j who are directly Interested -- three and four
trees are very thrifty,
Best Incubator on earth wiT
in the success of the work. This idea Is W. M. LfCDWITJI. F. C. SOLLKE. L:; hatch out every fertile egg;;the year old stock,uds.% to 1 Nurseries: inch diameter, with

gradually getting Into shape and a large number LEDWITH & SOLLEE only perfect self-regu'atingFUtcher one year old : easily acces-
in the world; reliable sible to Florida Southern Railroad. bend for
young groves are being started. Oriole DJ.A"ERS IN and selt-regulating. The price Catalogues. Address
lands receive praise from nearly all'who'see is placed to low that anybody E. B. FOSTER, Manager

them. Having been especially picked out fororangeculture can afford to have one. IUu.II ,. dec2My South Lake Weir, Fla.
REAL ESTATE in \. I B trated Catalogues.entfree upoa
? their desirability Is at onceseep' application.S. .

i i h 1 HIII ? + Office, No.7 Herkimer Rlock, .STAHL&Manufacturers,QuIncy,Ills. FOREST HILL NURSERY,
&r?/ < w MAPS' FREE.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 100,000 Orange Tree for Sale Cheap

Colored maps showing location of lots, avenues Headquarters for Haines City Property. RICHMOND Twenty thousand budded from bearing trees

11 i railroads, etc., may be had on applica FENCE of the best and choicest varieties on sour
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tion. Nearly hundred own land CHAMPION
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grown on high, dry, light soil is hardy,
and Oriole.
in !around Every month'new people HAINES CITY. healthy, and free from insects'Ve aspire to

come in, new houses are built,new groves offer the best trees for the leastnoney.. $25

:are begun, and.a general Improvement is ob- MACHINEPatented to $;0 per hundred,according J.H. BROWN to quantity.& SON

servable on all sides. Ten more ten.acre lots ECUIt_ TOWN OTH. _novl6"Cm 'rulUand, FIL
"are offered on the terms Indicated above, and ---- -
they,are.,apt to go very soon. Only one condition XoT.24,1885.
Palm Nurseries
is Imposed. If a settler, you must settle .. Royal ,

within three months: If a non-resident, Healthy, High, Rolling Land with

you must begin Improvements a permanent MANATEE, FLA.

character within three months. There arejfljie z t
Beautiful Lake Fronts.
openings tor one or two resident -
carpeutere 1T1sis
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; 3* *: .. Budded and Seedling Orange Lemon and
and for quite a number'of ablebodiedjneri Stands at the head of all wire and picket
: 't" ma- Lime Trees; Mangoes!: Sugar! Apples. Sour
wboean clear laud'and cultivate after ,'. .'. the ehtae.most for mlum fence speedy in the and field, being: Sops, Jamaica Apples, "? panl8h Limes,"

Ijieing:cleared At .this writing, there are at"least l__ a Rare Opportunity to Purclm ated,and comPleteii81mPle.! perfect tension easily device.oper- Mammee, s a pot an, etc.; Royal Poincianas,
It will'weave in kind of Russian Mulberries. Rare Troplcat"Treeitand :
any pickets from one to
six buildings' to go up at once-If on thedpotanumber ; '-'".+*Lore on the Illglicmt Tract six vtJche" wide easily twisting a' No. 8 wire,and Planhaspeclalty. ..
p((; workmen could find em- "p.. &;a fence that no stock:will break down at a Send for Catalogue. AddressP.
'if: 1f.Lalid coat of sixty cents a rod complete. Worksup
I ployment. -t\I,:" : In Tropical Florida. or down hill or on a level equally wf'lI. keeping
**' ..Ito: ii"'TO EACH:'ORIOLE. pickets perpendicular. Light and easily liandle W. REASONED
A boy can work Every farmer caD afford to ocl2-3m Box 10. Manatee, Fla.
own one. Write.for circular) and price.
.'From.JacksonvUle leave by L-, t.k K. W. --- --- -- -
'R.KL Junction Haines City Is situated half-way between WAYNE AGRICULTUR'LCO. Richmonalnd.
Fla. Sou.
'changing at Pa-
the South
Sanford and Tampa,and right on
, latka to Fla.,Sou.R. R., and at., Pemberton's Florida Railroad. It Is situated on the highest -- FOR SALE CHEAP.

Fett"l-ch hge'to Sou.:'Fla. Buy your ticket to land in South Florida-rich,rolling and THE
healthy' This excellent country lies to the Buy the Best. EUREKAAwarded
Oriole I You can also go by F. R. & N. Co's southward. of large lakes which protect the -
road to Dragen Junction,where take'Fla. '_ The FIRST Pre-
frost here.
you tropical fruit. There is no nslnnsind Gold Medal Le Conte Pears,3 years,45 cents.
'Hon.*RolL as before.: Call on the undersigned fact of the Indians ,having selected this sec- at World's Fair.New Le Conte Pears,2 years,30 cents.
-for turther information as'to rates business tion of country as a home demonstrates beyond ,Orle&nflorerl2 leading Le Conte Pears year, 15 cents.
richest Wind }1ill,. The ECUKKA.
a doubt that it is absolutely the -
Pears 1 30
Keller cents.
openings ,prices of lands, terms,etc. All let-. portion; since it is their aim, on account of lasting 4.mos.after was a trial pronounced Kngllh Walnuts year and Pecans,2 years.. 40c.'
ten promptly and cheei,fully answered. aversion to labor, to find the most fertile the best over English Walnuts and Pecans, 1 year,25c.
t tracts; thus affording large returns from a all and today: stand
very,moderate expenditure of labor. at the head of all competitors. Sizes,10 Fifty trees and over at lower rates.
., :. W. CLARKSON, Come and seer this town before buying else! to 18 ft. diameter of wheel.either for Also one line Hearing, Orange Grove
where. Pumping or Power Mills, Perfect in allparts splendid location, near Waldo, $5,000. Easyf

Office: 724 .V. Bay St., up stairs, l". J. HINSON, plication.aw It'GrJ"01Ited.AlsoMfn.oftheAdsinn.Dl-Estimates on ap I terms. Address, .

.Y.1t .frU },,"r : ':racksonvilIe, Fla. .', ** '; Haines City, Polk County,.Fla rat Liv Draft Affntt nar.Wanted.Floor Address liars Power..Mfrs, t,' WAYCROSS STOCK &: FRUIT IUf,

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WHOLESALE GRAIN 'HAY GRITS AND yr ---- t -f : it h 1 t jjjj 1
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Life,. Fire. and Marine Insurance WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
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Warren Jtay's Line.New York Schooner, and Steamer Louis" Bue i.

'State. Agents Virgin Spruce Pine Orange Box'; Lister Bros' FURNITURE AND BEDDING;
Celebrated Bone Fertilizers.sffnfij }
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: JACKSONVILLE FLA. $IOOOOO Worth Jlust be Sold;
10 1885.
; September
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,. ;," NO.8 WOOTON dOSKri.f. :' to:Reduce Stock In the next Sixty Day.

Wo'claim to be tbe very best in the market, for the following reasons : It is Cheap, Medium and Fine Suites,

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

split! o r'Pain. It can be shipped without strapping, if so desired. In price Writing Desks .,of all kinds, Mattresses -

%\ittfc&tf nie'ej,any competition.A .

'. .. full. supply. of 'Wrapping, Paper, and Straps always on hand. Blankets], and' Comforters.We .' .
ft i' ,are State Agents for the Derby

Lister Pros/ Ground,Bone............................................per ton, $35 00"

Xiister Bros.'' Orange Tree Fertilizer........................ .........per ton, 40 00 and Woolen Desks. Their Catalague so 8 WOOTEN DE9K OPKN. .

Liste"r Bros.' Celebrated'Superphosphate of Lime................per ton, 40 00 will be mailed
on application. We will mail our 112 Illustrated Catalogue
Lister Bros.' Potato' Fertilizer....:..., ................................per ton, 50 50 l to reliable address. page -

Lister. Bros/' Vegetable Compound...................................per ton; 50 50 any
We have sold these Fertilizers for ten years, and; know them to be ,all ture Buy, both of Wholesale Us and and Save Retail.25 per cent. Remember, we are Headquarters for Furni'"
that is claimed.for their
: ocliMf O4 and (j G W. Bay St., Jacksonville; Fla. '
For further particulars apply to :..
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Bangor., Orange Box Shooks and Hoops JACKSONVII..I.. FLA.: -' ;

AND DEALERS IN j Please Ponder the Following: Facts. and Act Accordingly. *,

HAY, GRAIN, BRICK, SHINGLES, FERTILIZERS, ETC. 1st. They carry the Largest assortment of Fancy Groceries, in the State.. "
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ORANGE WRAPS 480 > the ream,'best quaUt 2nd. They are the largest business of '
oxo, I fl'fftRU; IIXIl, 13c.; 12x12, 13c. doing any! PJancy/Grocery.. esUiblwlj-!! }!
in Florida.3rd.
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The Bangor,Box has,been before the orange-growers of Florida for the past ten years;'is .
all used Commission exclusively; Merchants by the larges as being packers the NEATKST.and /shippers LIGHTEST of the and State STRONGEST and Is recommended Orange Box by in They are selling goods at about New York prices, freight added.. '

the market. Sales for the past season upwards of 300,000 boxes '
{' t'' i {? ', 4th. They WARRANT every aticle sold by them. *.. ,
, } See that every bundle Is branded 5th. They issue regular Monthly) Wholesale Price Currents.6th. ,' -**

.. .CKOS11Y. &; GOVKIY, State Agents, San Mateo, Florida. They employ a larger t force than; any Grocery House in Florida. "'.**< I

ALSO FOR SALE BY ." ,f'. ,: rTyeen 7th. It will be to your interest to send for their prices before( J purchasing* ''

&Smith,Jacksonville S. H. & elsewhere. Ian 26tfl'i- ;: =
; Benjamin Co., Micanopy; Lovell k Pembertonr Lees- ____________ ___.
burg lleddlck: Wartman,.Brooks vi&lie White; S. Jenkins, Citra; }Altamonte.;. W. Agnew & Co., Ocala; C. C. Waite, Reddlck;'.1.-)1 --7 -" --)-, -:-:I -j--4 -; -'- h .:!, _"

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Town between Palatka and Sanford. -3 t I/
,'."-"nit J- -.-, --.-".--. Forwarding, : i Commission) House S., F. & W. R.R. Wharf,. .

Good Business Point. '--*, rfl : i
;" ;. !., i. ,. d Where growers' supplies are on hand and for sale at lowest possible prices for

cash or to our patrons. Every 'necessary convenience for packing Oranges
.. Finest Lands. Best Paying Groves. ;: l\
..G9t'8Bp, r ." 9 .O: I.t"I.: .i qjj4-t, S .. i 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.novoo.tr i..
Write for Information todec14ly **

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BURTON K. BARBS, Seville, Fla.

r Thn !fachhiesareliellt.FtmDg, fired now If jon are inte iete l HPE1N FRIESUN CATTLE

eju.-ruunrugwDlituble. In F iunint/lnrnfn; :, >r Trucking, ilor'our I .
in design and fia '
1880,Catalogue, which i '
rruuat tt4dq .. fully tfa&rilx* our -.rlewl Uriha 4- ALL AGES ASD U TU'SEXES. HOMEBRED ". .,
T' Cow and Heifer bred to'best Netherlaad
and Aa.eie liall '
and The Average, Record,of a.Herd are tko
127' and 129 Hollow Steel 0 True'Test of It. 3Jerlr.""
Catharine Street Standard Hone Hot ,The following Milk and Batter' Record
and Cultirators. Free to all: y hare all been' made. by animal* now. la.. '
P8ILbDSLPHId, PL. t+ oar Herd
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"- Three Cowt have averaged nvei,000lbs.in: ) a dear
1 r Five Cow have averaged over 19jam It'.a.ln..year
W. N. JU..S'TICE--'. Tf a,Cow have.averaged: over 18,(X O iba;In a/ear.
We know of about'.10 Cow-,that hare made yearjr record exceedlrj 6.000
'In oar Herd and hare averaged over 17500:. Ion. ....have ay-
eraWoverMSlbfclnVw. ro.the entire oamberln the Herd that have made,.earI1reeord.slnclD4Inlr -
Wholesale Commission Merchant fourteen 3 vear' old and twenty-one:year olds have averaged 12J83 lbs.5 ounces In ayear. .
RECORDS Five Cows have averaged:30 IDS.7 oz.In a week. .Nine Cows bare ar-
1 I I s erased 19 1M. K oar In a week; Fifteen cows have averaged I1lbL oz.
No. aiJ North,, Water Street Ph.nudo'pI11u: in week. Biz 3 year old have averaged 14 Ib*.3 oz.In a week. Eleven 3 year olds,the entire number
tested have averaged 13 IDS. 2 oz.In'a weet.Six: year olds toave.averaged 12 lb". IMofc In a. week.
SPECIALTIES: FLORIDA FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, Fifteen 2 year old., ("ntlnnumber \f'stt'd. have averaged 10 Ibs.83-10ox.In a week. The ("nUre orl&,-
JKf Large shipments ", : Inal Imported Netherland Family of MX Cow.two being but 3 years old.have averaged IT 2-3,It*.In a
ocUWm remitted, on day qtsale.. small bhlpment: \VE-ek:1y.: :/ ..: week. -TblsU the Herd from which to get f >und"tlon stock Prices low for, ; 1
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I handle none but the Best and most Reliable Seeds. :My new Catalogue will be sent free r' --_
onappjlcatlon. .Also, Wholesale Dealer,Jn two to four thousand dollars; two saw and
;; planing mills running,two stores one
I Corn Oats Flour Is the name of one of the prettiest and health- office another store building; a lost Office
Hay Grits Meal
,. BranWheat, lest towns in Florida, or any other State. established bakery, livery stable, and several -
,Situated the eastern shore of Lake New- orange groves set out miles streets
l 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 ualnesvllle, two miles from
c Gruelle station on the Florida Southern Rail-
STATE; .-' AGENT FOR road,and four miles west olCampvllle station PROGRESS.

,J.; E., Tygert.: & Co.'s 1 Star Brand Fertilizers. on the Peninsular Railroad. During the fall and winter two more stores
: ? are to go up,one church, one academy,and a
**MJ: Guwrunteed. LAND of A steamboat is
Analysis. score or more dwellings.
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iI i\ '- Windsor embraces a tract of About 4.000 to be put on Lake Newnan to connect with
''I;, .rising'OJl.t\NGE) n TREE and VEGETABLE acres, 'nearly one-half cleared. The soli Is the Florida Southern Railroad at Gruelle.
neither the white sand of so largea portion of
; :j: FERTILIZER, WK PURE GROUND BONE, Florida nor the red clay of Georgia'but', a ACCESSIBILITY.
dark rich loam,producing excellent crops of
';MtURIATE, : OF ;POTASH,10 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, fri \ 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-
t Prices on application. July 27 tt fronting. on the lake. vllle, three and a half hours from Jacksonville -
,and a hack ride of thirty or forty min-
HEALTH. utes will take you there. Hack meets afternoon -
To Obtain the Best: Results i train from Palatka.
The wonderful healthfulness of the place t
: has been the subject of remark for the past I
There people living ONE HOTEL NOW OPEN.
thirty years. are now
there that have been residents for that length I We have an excellent site overlooking the
ORANGE CULTURE of time,and who assure us that for a population lake,of five acres, which we will donate to
of seventy souls there was not a physician any party who will build a good hotel to
called before the war In fourteen years. i accommodate fifty guests. No better place
What of country can make so I be fonnd.
I I good a showing? It is high pine land with I

Use iI. J. Baker:& Bro.'s Celebrated disappear excellent water here. ; sore throat and catarrh soon ;1 i' 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.
ORANGETREE MANURE even clinmte. No hot nights here and fewinsects. !

I If so, we would say-take a good look at
-_ _" Windsor is young-barely 15 months old-I WINDSOR before you decide where to settle.and .
there are up and in course construction I
A Complete Manure, beneficial! alike from the time of setting out Orange Trees, to full forty. :houseR, several. of them costing from For further particulars,address:
maturity, furnishing just the plant food the tree requires. It stimulates its growth,causing .
,an increase of healthy:'wood Imparting a rich dark green color to the leaves, and largely G :8 CRI: : 'IN: :
increasing;the yield or'Oranges. 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 For. ytIi Street, Jacksonville, Fla,
Orange: Growers, who have used it for years,can testify to its wonderful effects.

Mr. C. C. Peasley, of Lake Maitlandwrites : "ftt reference to your april 20-Gmos 0 It WIND S 0 R. .
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Orange Fertilizer, I would say that I have had charge of from eight

to ten orange grovesfor the last ten years, have.tried all the fertilizers in tkrmarket Jacksonville and Panama Park

and have found none bctter'than yours.:'

,One Tr1.a1 Will
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Send, for
descriptive to
: pamphlet p. McQUAID, JacksOIWill Fla., 5

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

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Bearing Orange Groves choice Building Lots and g od Garden land near the city for sale.
Houses and Truck Hardens for Rent and excellent land in lots of halt an acre and upwards
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I : :* :OJOves; planted. and.taken care of,houses built and Improvements made for non.rell-
dent& v w
: : 49-.300,000 Sweet Seedlings and variety of other fruit trees for sale.
t1;;-Money to loan on Improved property. .
J. S. BELL, Notary Public.Oalce .
,.t-, )t q .''. Hours at'No.,1 Reed's Block,Bay street City,rom 9 to 11 A.M.
.lss i I o At Panama. .Park.from 2 to 6 P.H. sept29-tl
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'1 \ ;*4' :,:To Fertilize Orange: Groves, Truck Lands and Farming
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..... .. ... THE special attention of,Shlppera called to the JEW SCHEDULE arrangement of
9E->t'ARATR ffiix- TIRES FOR DIFFERENT FRUITS' :AND- VEGETABLESIS i these oldestabllshed Railroads through Georgia,In co: .!section with the Cincinnati Southern
represented In'nAturel Cost only Sia.OO for sufficient> qnabtitr to make AT HOME ton and Nashville, t.tanooga.andSt.'Low8 Hallways ti Western Points. Inquiry Into the
a merits of the roads that constitute thls'llne, will sat! fy Shippers as to their reputation for
.of '' ;
f g good.Phosphate. ..N dirt, n o Salt, no Plaster.. circular on Oran ;a,Culture, and'
/I ifd ,crlptiye oljhousevaii 4<||pn>paratioi| of the Powell'n I Prepared, Chemicals,. mailed, t'fter.I ments reliable: Train Just claims movement.'promptly"These paid.roads:Any are information long establ i regard ihed,and to their the Line Schedules cheerfully not experi-given.

I t BROWN: CHEMICAL CO' I I H. ROBINSON & CO.: slit. d enta, We give. below all points figures West that:W show the best posslbl TIME between Jacksonville and Clncinnat.1.and

II BALTIMORE: ;:, VIP., |. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. -Shippers deslnng to take vantage of-these routes rill give explicit directions, and see
I 1 that their.Bllfcr of Lading or Railroad Receipts,read,a Savannah, and Central Railroad of
j SHE tUAjIuiip' : Georgia. ,FAST"t. FREIGHT SCJ1.EDULES.

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"1i\p"p aIId r : Leave Jacksonville............"... _..._-....((8.F.A W.RT ...._...NW.-.........................._ (MX: pmLeave
hi h oonoentrat of loanoetawort.hal1J.other ., : .. : .' I Leave Savannah.__.._._...................___.__...._........ ... ....._.............._...._...___ 3:40 pm
.tt.e.Ubrarea any abi4l"naholera kind. It is strictly&(a t medicine.:ixtimeaaatfoflien to be riven>.with Js worth food. its Nothing weight oneLithwinmakehenslaylike, LeavefMaoort;..... .. .... ... ........._......_._........._...... ...._.__................._......_... JM8 am
malLfrt.. 8olcnnby bin for 25 cents in stamps.. U 14 tn eoldU Ib. airtight Ulu tr tin ted cans book. Sit by Leave Atlanta..................._........................................... ..........__............_............_ **>am
by mall., $1.80.- Six cans by express,prepaid for $.$.00. ,DH. X. JOHNSON. & CO.,. I3oaton'Mass., Leave Boyce;: :: _......i...;......_..N.................................. .............._...N. ...__...__...... 8:20
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FOR Leave Chattanooga:.._. :_;.-'..a N.N :::.:;.:;.:;:....................... _._....__...............__.-...... .iwa)pm
SUBSCRIBE. THE' Leave N&8bvllle._:_:....;.;..;:;;... :::..:.; ._: ....._......._.. _........._N..N ......_.....-._ wlopm
Arrive.. nlsvllle._.-.".;..::..;.._.;.:..._;_;::......;:____......... ...._ .;..._...._____....__ 6:00 am
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"fir W. F. BHELLMAN, Traffic.Manager
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d. we" leave and arrive as follows excepting Trains SAVANNAH FLORIDA AND WEST'N
'C 0_ : ts: to-IJ: No. 11 and No. 12,Dally except Sunday v.Traln ,
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0 Leave- 1 A H PM I AX AM }.AM Meridian Time which is 33 Minutes
a x, ... t c: c = :...:.:. 3CO Q R. R. Whar'l..t---J--'! :.:... ..-... ...-.. .:...- I than, Jacksonvlllt Time. SUmir" ': .-

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1.- Winter Parki 9221......_, 525 1130: 11
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Arrive at Jacksonville dally at....__. 7:15
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=. : -,.. ": -a I AM P.M. P 11 I'M : PM' Leave Callahan dally at,....._...........-,. 8:08 a m
: I Arrive at Waycross daily aL............ItfcOO a ro
I':) rw KlsslmmeeJHalnesClty. 40 1027 5 15 50,12; 4012 15; 1 45
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/ M x -.I 2 61 11 15 618.... .,......- I Arrive at Thomasville dally aU....?. 1:39 p m
'" :: CD Arrive at Bainbridge at...... .... :;:35
daily m
Hartow 68 11 35 6 451....._ b1' 4 20 ? p
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/ ,.. Arrive at Chattahoochee dally at...... 4(4( m
": t C 3a 72,1150PM 7 00,;.. ..... .__...\ a 4..0 p
:I. 7.3 Auburndalej o Arrive at Pensacola via L. & N.It.lL IUIU p m

M / :r. :]; E" Lakelald.'i! 83: \1225 7 OtJ;.?...-l-...... 5 45 Arrive at Mobile via L.&N. R.R....... 2:-5 a m
U = == > City.Se 4 9.5124ittk; !, ; 8 ] | 6 45 Arrive atNew Orleans"laL..L.'i. R.R; 7:20 am

Csa -:' : ..... 3CO finer 110 '.431 3Ot.'C|..._...'...*... Q 730 Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars to and from
t r '" x : Ar TampaU5C' I 4 10!! 40..___...._...I 00 8 15 Jacksonville, Pensacola, Mobile and New
--7'- !: : Orleans.
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; 3 x ; : > I. 0Ado. E eDl' c4 cx ;= Leave Callahan;dally at.................... 2:2S'p m
t STATIONS. :. S 1 2 0" f D D Leave Chattahoochee at.. ..............1 1:10
_, .; III; '- ................. ....... ) Q 0 CJ :: am
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... yt '" :J) < _!_: : _< f_3 __ Leave Gainesville at..........:.........?...;6.-20 a m
I ;. t-'" 5" 1-' Leave Live Oak at..............,...._..........8:35 a m
12 ;... t::: .r.. ....., Leave- I i i, AM PM : A M Arrive at Waycross dally at.:..?........,4. :0'p m
..- -- "..;. ..... -- Tan pa ...._ OlIO 80!.. -.:. 500 _... :s10: 50( Arrive at Jesup dally at.._....,....;..5:55 p an
\ > = '': Iii) Sefl er_...... 12,11', 00 ....... 540: ....._ O 11 85 Arrive at Savannah daily at '. w7:40 m
JII''It : MM"'; p
; III; Pla i City._, 22!,ll,25I'. 6 2.i,....... c 124i '
,; : .M Arrive at Charleston daily at......._ 1:10 a m
,... xc "-: .-...,. -- Lakeland.. .,, 3211.50! !.?_... 115,,........ crt 1 35. Arrive at.Washington,D.C.,dally atl1OOp? m

." '" .:.:..' :-. 42'1215 t ? t '0 PM Arrive;at New York dally;aU_..._. 6:50 a m
.._ -A- 215
Auburndale 750 '
:: ; ? "-".I 'Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars,Jacksonville
: i. Bartow J'nc47,12\ :ail.!! ....... 8 15,_...... esCC 2:15: to New York without change.
JHaines.Cityt' 53Kisslmmee. AK 835 PM PM Pullman Buffet 'Cars Washington
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_. ..) 75 ::2 6 20 9 45 300 10 15 440 to Jacksonville. ... .rf
--- -- ._ ---- - Orlando__?.t 1 92 '2001 725 ArPM 35511 10 6 ,15 Pnllman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonvilleto
Winter P'rk 97 3 021 740 t 4 10 11 25 6 35Maitland..99 St. Louis, via Savannah, Atlanta, Nashville
3 10 750 ....:... 4 20 1135 6 SOAlt.amonte. and Evansvllle. :*
4 +* HALF A MILLION GARDENS4I ... 102 3 2-5 S 05 _......, 4 ; ?!i1L 50, 7 15 \:;' I
Longwood.. 105 3 35 8 15 ..:?... 4 45 58 7 40
JBelalr........ 112 3 50 8 40......_ 500) 805 Leave Jacksonville- daily at.........?.. 5:00 p m
ARE ANNUAL" .Y SUPPU" WITH Ar. Hanford 115 4 00, 8 55''!*_..._, 5 1011..aQ. 8 2U Arrive at Jacksonville daily.at......._-7:55 a m

R. Wharf.' ... I i Leave Callahan dally at.?_...?._......_ 5:43p m

Bartow Branch. Dally Sunday. Arrive at Callahan............................. 7:11 am
-----. --- --- --- -- except Leave Waycross.................................. 7.-U7p m
tDs PLAN South Bound.TATIONS. Arrive at Waycross dally at.............. 5:10 a m

:: I Leave Gainesville dally at................ 3:50 p m
p : g 'Pu. Pas. Pas.rl Arrive at Galnesvilledaily at ............ 9:15'a m
,. -Seed' --- ____ : No. No.&Ft Leave Live Oak dally at..................... 7:15 p m
Our Warehouses, tua largest iu E Our Greenhouse Establishment at '% la.t' 15. 17. Arrive at Live Oak daily at............... 5:50 a m
New York, are fitted up with every appllance -. l Jersey City Is the most extensive laimrica. -, '- Leave Thomasville dally at..3l:2'i p m

for tho prompt and careful .\ Annual Sales, 2K Million A.M j ip.JI.jP.U.I Arrive at Albany dally aL.._..... 1:40 a m
filling of orders. _"- Plants. Leave..BartowJunetlon......' U 7.1012.10[ 8.15 Arrive Montgomery via Central R.R. 7:10a; m
Our Catalogue for 1886 of 140 colored Leave...Winter Haven._..._... S 7.2|11.,18.40!' Arrive Louisville via L. & N. R. R .._'2rJO a m
pages containing! plates descriptions and Illustrations Arrive....Bartow ............._....-,117 8.00} 1.30J Y.25 Pullman Palace bleeping Cars between
oT the NEWEST, BEST and RAREST SEEDS and PLANTS, will be mailed on receipt of -- "
6 cts. (in stamps) to cover postage. i North Bound.8TATIOS8. Jacksonville Louisville, viaThoraasvllle,
h *mm m. --- Albany, Montgomery and Nashville and to
PETER HENDESKWASHER & 00. uO & 37 YoRAt! Stii I as Pas..Pas.,Pas and from Montgomery tJalne v1Ue..-:
NEW -, r No.1ttFtI' No. Pullman Palace Meeping_Cars and Mann
S .. I U.I I 16. & 18. Boudoir Sleeping Tare via Waycross,Albany
1----1-: and Macon; and, via Waycross, Jeanpiand
A.M A.M'P.M.' Macon ; between. Jacksonville and Cincin

THE KEYSTONE Leave.._Th\rtow..._........._......_;i 0 JIJlO.I.5j, 6.40 nati. Also, Through Passenger Coaches via
Leave...'Vlnter Haven..........ill 0.25 ll.OOi{ 7.15 both routes between Jacksonville and Chat-

OVER 300,000 IN ACTUAL USE Arrive__Bartow Junction....|!17 6.40:11.201: 7.00 Pullman 3i
Sanford and Indian River Railroad: Palace Sleeping Cars$between
Aid an giving perfect at>athnda. Jacksonville and Savannah, and Gainesvilleand
Dally except Sun'tay.Yas. .
I AGENTS WANTED. Pas.: P.s. Pas.g,\ Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville
::'" No.&Kt.P.MA.M; STATIONS.: No. &Ft r to Washington, D.C.
Wm crash Cleaner Easier,and with Lees Injury -- 25. 23. 24. 2 f. 2 Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars,Jacksonvilleto
0l0t.beIt.h&n any other in the World. We challenge _.._ .
;- Louisville Thomasville Albany and
any manufacturer to produce a better Washer.Erery ,.
Machine Warranted FIVE Yean, A.HiP', .1o | Montgomery.Pullman "
and Satisfaction Guaranteed. The only ,T 5.15 7.20lv..8anford..ar: j.'j' u.uu., 5 Buffet Sleeping Cars New York to
Washer that can be clamped any sized! s I 7.2-) ..... JS.ALB.. June.......) ,8.05 6.30i; 4 Jacksonville, and Cincinnati to Jacksonville.
tub like a Wringer. Made of malleable 3 6.00;: 7.35Fort Rted........ 7.55 6.20 2 Pullman Palace Sleeping Can 1 HU Louis to
istvanized.andwilloutlast any two wooden 5 tJ.Ojl| 7.40Ar..4Rutledge..Iv, 7.5'R', 0.151! 0 Jacksonville Evausvhle, Nashville, Atlanta
machine wanted., Exclusive Terri -
Agents! and Savannah.
". 'torr. Our agent all over the country are ma.tfl.s-: Pemberton. -----S FerryJSrancli.-Dally. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between
from S)7S to$300) per month. Betail prloe,117. rP"at IFst1'S FtIF'8tt y Washington and Jackson
Sample to agenta,$3. Also our celebrated i :" M'L Ft. STATIONS, M'li "'f.. :!=- ville and Cincinnati. ,

19. 21. a). a Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail
'I t' and Steamship connections' and.baggage I
P.M. A.)( I A.M P.M.;
dreulan Free. Befer to editor of thia paper. Addreaa F. F. ADAMS Ss CO. Erie. Pa. 0 5.1512.301Lv! : Pembert'n Fery Ari 9. 5'10.5075! and checked sections through.secured Also at the Sleeping Company's Car berths Office

A ( nEAP PLAIDSHAWLCIVENAINAYI! 11 5.4S 1.1&.Owensboro.: ..._.. a.W'10.15 72 in Astor's Building,82 Bay Street,and at De-
T \ > TnO G ROOFING .16-5.55 1.35 .....-?.Dade Cat):......- S.50 9. 5'&S' pot Ticket Office,and on board People's Line
.. Through the failure of a Urge 205'Rlchland.( ......-. R.3' 9.25'61
'W$ PROOF Easy: to apltydoea not maufacturer 23 6.15 Steamers H. B. Plant and Cbattahoochee.JAB. .
ER of Cashmere
'I nut or also AS Fringe Shawls there has come into 43 3.45L.?....-Lakeland;....._..1 7.10 8.(1Iaz:
::1 /Nt A toi UlyriTUTI! for our hands a large consignment of .8.3 t. 5L y.. .......1 6./:.') L. TAYLOR,
:; the PLAsTlilt Co t. CARPJiT, at Jlnlf Plaid Shawls.perfect goods,which 75C 5.0!!?.......Pi eftnr............' 6j 12 General,Pawener AieenUR.

.... _""'-. ,,""",,,-- aad HUGS" of matnr.! in we the propose following to present manner to t the,Send ladies us .bit' 5.54tArrive' .Tampa.I eavei! 6.00 6.25. 0 -. G. FLEMING- Superintendent.- :- ---

Catalogue and Sam- cents for a m.b subscription to Stations. No. 2 at KUsimmee.
95 t Flag stops
.. W. II. FAY dc CO. Ctunden :N.J.. 7
pies /r Farm 88 and lIomekU,a large for dinner. Train No.3 stops for breakfast at A. J. BEACH & SON,

,:. to Farm pace illustrated and Household paper.deroted topics Lakeland. Train No. 6 stops for sapper at ,

{Stories will and send i'enera1miscelJ&D1.you one of these WM-andwe I Lakeland.Connects at Sanford with Sanford and In NURSERYMEN"

I : M ason o D & H am I-I In Ural shawls rttKby mail postpaid I, dlanRlver Railroad with the People's Line Our stock' of Fruit Trees is large and fine,
or we will send 5 shawls and l' address for |
.'" guaranteed ., forJacksonville and all Intermediate the White Adriatic Fig, Pedro- and
I ORGANS or money refunded. Address points, and with Steamers for Indian River White Genoa. :.

: PIANOS. : FARM AMD HOUSEnOLD.Box 40.UartfonLC.... and Upper 8U Johns. At ,KIssimmee with Catalogue free. AddressA.
pj1flJOc... mode oforsatall.reat Steamers for Fort Myers and Bassenger, and J. BEACH to. SON!,
J & ', Do SO Fancy PIctures, and !S e1et points on Klftslmmee river. At Tampa with sep28-l I) PalatfcaFIa.
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World's Exhi.It not require one- gant CUd. in GUt _
CARDS for Palma Sola Braid-
Steamer "Margaret"
: ACjllelghteenyean. ,
i t i o n* for quarter as Fringe. Bidden Name
,J ., much tuning Bon ater 1150 Prlle Puzzle and en town, Palmetto, Manatee and points on HOTEL KEEPERSSend
f. One hundred Pianos en the 8 Game HillsDorongh and Tampa Bays; also with
DI 1fl parlor game all for 1Octa. of Authors, ibcta.
for Sample Copy of
I ? kayiol.ForCash.: prrrailine. wrest-pfn"! IVORY CO.. Cllntonville Conn. steamers for with West Havana and NewOrleans theI...
system. Remarkable ------r-- -- and steamers for Cedar.Key. Illustrated Hotel News "
.... Rented.Cat- for Free and Punta Rassa,and Mall Steamers for Key .... ,
< aJo&'un fret purity of tone st'and : West. Connects at Pemberton Ferry with
... durability. Aatsa f era I 'ndsoildeeda Florida Southern Railway for all points, Office Park Opera House Block,
.Bulb..T..laSc. North, East and West. ,
ORGAN ANDPfflOCO. ylandag Contains duecaom.illustntions.prices.descriptions. Through tickets sold at allnvular'stations' ,

C.lerrd pUt**, ke. PRICES to point North, East and WestFREDERIC The only. Illuatrated.Hotel*Pa perpublished..
Lo\V. 8EEDH" KELIABLE. .'. S,C H. RAND, Subscription,
154, Tremont St..Boston. 46 E.14th St. (Union Sq.), LlTl.r.t<.'. 8m, O.Iebne O. ,inay25-8& 'Hu'l Ticket Agent OCl2-tf r '. 'f rzperY.ar'1
N. Y. 149 Wabash Ave., Chicago. ,, OricI M.1a4BZA"LTT 5*' % TI'n- ., ."....... .It ,, a ?. "'

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F Kissimmee City West t Kissimmee and 9r- -- --X OFFERS FOR SALE

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Correspondence Solicited. .r

Land. selected for and Lemons.!
Special pains taken to select and suit views of buyers,either for settlement or'tlnvestment. specially Oranges
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 . .
I one,Pineapples, Bananas, Sugar Cane'early vegetables, etc. and are chiefly in the Counties ----- - -
of St.Johns, Volusla, Brevard, Orange, Sumter, Levy, Hlllsborongh, Polk-Manatee.and

1 Monroe.Our lands are selling rapidly. Thousands of settlers. have located on them during the past 39OOO9OOO ACRES of LAND
six months--not delay if you want them at the present low prices.
The lands of this Company are specially adapted to the culture of Tropical Fruit, Rice,
I Sugar Cane,etc.,and are generally accessible by steam navigation. FOR SALE B')
Address all correspondence about the above lands tot





E. R. TRAFFORD, General Manager,

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. Price
1 1I .. .' 11.25 to$5 per acre,according to location.
: ,' 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.,Pal atka,Fla.
I 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 finest opportunity for
people of taste to acquire a lovely wnter home, where all the pleasures and comforts of our L. N. WIHiKIE S. CONANT,
I balmy climate can enjoyed. Add to these the eminent suitability of the soil for the culture
I 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 South,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.

1 ANCLOTE, HERNANDO COUNTY.At British Colony of Roxburgh ,

the mouth of the Anclote river on the Gulf land in full view of the
ocean; salt air. salt water fish, miles of oyster beds. 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-
1 This Company have also rich and alluvial lands in Sumter,Alachna and '
ties,and first-class sites for building purposes all along the South Florida before Special inducements offered to genuine settlers, not land speculators. The :
do'well for prospective purchasers to look at the lands offered by this Company purchasing

.. elsewhere.- town is only 5 miles from the metropolis of the State, situated on one of the

full particulars address, railroads affording"immediate transportation to Jacksonville. I
BLOUNT & WHITLEDGE, Bartow Polk County,Florida.G. leading ,
M. MORRISH, Anclote.l Hernando County,Florida.
J. E. LAMBETH. Gainesville,Alachna County,Florida. Address
A. C. MARTIN Mackinnon. Orange County, Florida,or to
E. R. TRAFFOID, General Manager,Sanford,Orange County,Florida. J. C. ROXBURGH,

,_nov24-lyr_'4"_'_ ___ _. ... _. ._ ... .. __ nov2tf ;39 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
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;, der the name of Barn& Hunter,we are now f 1., !
w prepared to buy and sell city and country y
I i ',. ; ;i. A. & G. C. C. and Okeechobee Land Co. Real Estate,as can only those who have great, ; "'.
f ,.' experience and the lull confidence of the .
> 'H'J public. Thanking you for past favors, wesolicit ;.:
r'. business. In the future. ,
I ;** t u' Kissimmee Land Company. .. BARRS & HUNTER, ... ;:A .
.:.- )Jan 4tf 31 West Bay St.,Jacksonville,Ha.


;;.:. L'': 2,500,000 Acres of Choice Lands

'for.*ale in,.,East, and South Florida, adapted to the cultivation of Tropical

**.9vA# *< I Fruits, Sugar Cane, Rice, etc. GLEN ST. MARY NURSERIES.
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PRICE $1.&SFullformation PER ACRi AND UPWARDS. G. XABER, Proprietor,

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Ie"" l . PeR."h TrpeN a J)(>,'iult)'. including the Honey, Peen.To, Albert Sidney Thurber,and other
\\ and circulars forwarded on application. Address varieties or the Chinese Type: also Conte and JOerer"s Pears on LeConte Boots,and other
Pea!"", both standard and "warf; Japan Pel'HlnIl110n, Japan Medlars. Kelsei's I Japan
I w', '. Pa. Plum Qnfueest.rapes. "'..: "v.Almond l Orange Trees
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No. :jVnlnnt() Street, Philadelphia( Sba .. : >-Fi st National Uank, Jack.souvllle; Messrs. George F. Drew A Co.Jack-
: MPino and Forsyth.Streets, JacksonvilleJFla. oc5-ti 'onrllle.r. .

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Aucustaoa.1 40 $70 00 Cedar Rapids, Ia.......... 133 199 50 Fort Scott, Kan. .... :l.t .1 20000: # Loganepoit, bid..J; r 85 140 (00 Portsmouth, Qhiol.;..! J M 13000
40 70 00 Champaign, Ill.........?. 90 150 00 Gallion, Oblo.... \.M. .0 &5140 OOi, Lincoln+.Neb !..;?;..:..!l.. ,t 15 220 00 Peoria, .Ill_....:.....:.;.4 x'83 14000
Atchison, Kan...?......?. 116 17500 Dalton, Ga......_..... ......,. '. 50 f51 Galllpolls, Ohio.;.........., 90 150 00.. Macon, Ga.........._.......1 35.1 6125 Pittsburp./ Pa...... ........ 1 12 167 00
Adrian Mich ....... 90 150 00 Dayton, 0...... ............... 880 130 501 Grand Rapld.t Mlch.. ..! 00,}tlliOm Mobile, 7"'"...........?-.... 50..81, 59 QUIQcy.J.I1 :......N.a..M.; 118 181 00
Ann Harbor, Mich....... 90 lro 00 Delaware., Ohio............. J 130OOl "'''';'' 70 ,,115 00' ) Montromery., 40 70 OOj, me a.-.N.....? 50 8750
Alton, 111..._.........._. ,85 140 00 Defiance. Ohta..?....;.;? 90 Hlckrnan\KY,\ _1.;........ 70 IU5 00 Mansfield' Ala..1, 00 150 OOI, Rock island III........... 1 15 175 00
Annlston. Ala............... r 40 70 00 Detroit. Mlcb............... i5 001 Indianapolis, Ind......... : RO '130 00 MasslllQp, Obio...,......',1 00 150 001, Rochester N. Y........ .1 24 117 00
Birmingham Ala140 7000 DanvJl1e',IU.. .. ...._ ..I' ,140.001 Jeffersonville. Dld...... 7&12300\ MWVetJ1onj+1Ohio.w.. BO"I3f.! 00, Kandnsky, Ohio.;........ 90 ISO 00
Bloomington, Ill .......? 901150 00 Davenport Ia.................1 10 '18 00'' Jacksonville IlL.........' 85'114000 Memphis, Tenn.:...:..:..:tl{ 60 ll4i; 00 Sioux City; Iowa......_., 1 32 190 00
Burl1ngtonJ Ia-............ 1 O!. 1.600 Dubuque owa........?.. ,90 jl50 (0)) Joliet I11......., .....?.. 85 140 00. ) 90, 1150 00 Sprtngf eld,- Ill............, 1 22 19500
Belleville JU....... .. ... 85 140:00 Desl\1oines, Iowa......... 1 45,216001 Jefferson City,.M.oBuffalo ........ 125 118g oo 1Madlson; Ind..J: : : 80 j180 001 St. Joseph, Mo.:........?... 1 I 16 17500
N. Y.........?...... 1'12 167 00 Denver, Col.................? 2 ,1360 'KnoxvllJe. ......... 60 It 00, Minneapolis, Minn._... 123 j92IS01 St, Louis, Mo... ....._". 8S! 14000 C
Bay City '1tUcb...?......... 1 ) Dixon Ill...................... 00 ,,150 001(' Kenton Ohio. : : ..;: 99'142' OOf, ( Wis...... .........i] "128 !17351'1! F.Z'ag1f1tnv.Uch.-......... ..1 95 16000moo
Bristol, .J.enn _........_ 7815000 Elyria Ohio.-................. 06d149,, 00, KalamazooMicLN.... ; 00! l\fadil'Oni;.Canado...:... 1 1 r '202 00. SprlngtieJdUhlo. 90
Cleveland 0........... .?... -.90 150 00 Evansville, Ind_......... 75 ) 00 (Kansas City, Mo ....?.... 1 16,' 17300'; 'N s'hvilleTenn..NN.' ; .. 60 10500', ': PauJ.M nn.l! 25 19260
Cincinnati, Ohio70. 115'00 East Saginaw, Mlch...? 95 112. 00 ILanslnJi.l\II'b".r..... ?.. 1,00, 170001 INeWOrlea l'_......?.?.! '/ Ofl.. O-.'.... _, ,90 150 00
Cairo nl.......?......:...?. 45 125 ro East bL Louis, Ill......... 6.5(. 140 00 '.,.....:::... I '41208:; 001'1' Newarkrk, Ohtioo.......?...... 00 ,(1 500 0& IRt. Haute. Irid....._ 80 iso no
Columbus Ky._.......... ; 70 111) 00 Emporia, Kan.............. 1 56 Zl'l 50 Lima, Ohio......... ....? .; $0 130'OO: Omah .Neb:..........._..., 1 16 liS 00. to';,Can_.....:...._rll1a. 17800
Columbus, Ohio........... 80 100 00 Erie, Pa. ?.....?._...... 1 12 167'00' !Lafayette. Ind...... ;;..!.;. r' 40ool 'tOttawa,'Can.:....?.....! ... 1:301200, Dar r !Topeka, Ran.!...._......rj j 1 MO, rot fiJ
Columbus Ga.......?...... 40 70 00 Fort Wayne Ind........ 8.8 140 00 Lancaster, Ohio.},r. ;" 85, } on City Pa.,1; : 121I6700, Urbana, !pb1o......._.... 1 ,80 13000
Council Bfuffe. Ia...?.? "141 IDS 00 Findlay Oh 0...............,. 102 144 00 Leavenworto, K"n :1..:. '116' 175'001 ;PQkin'IIIN; ,:.;.::.:.;..:.: .. .00 'I,,150 CO, ,IWbeeUt1gt"\V.Va.; _. i i. :!.l2 J67 00
Chicago, IU.N?........._.._ 585.i 140 00 Fremont, Ohio...._..... 1 D4 I4d 00 I LonJs"ll1e.. KyOA.J......_ .0 115 00! Pana Ill..N: : :: 8.5 140.(l0) '.Winnipeg, ........_. 2 40 :37060
Cbattan .Tenn I _.. '. 60. 87 50t Fort DOdge. Jowa.::._ 'I 49 124450.. ;iLlttJem.ock'Arkt..::._.,100 165001 ,JPlqttaOblo.i........:;.....;.. ..8O l3000-L--h,_ _____ 1 I II
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Stations Savannah, Florida & Western Rail way............................................ 440 501 I : 45' 90' 90.' : 451 i-10
Jacksonville Callahan, and Live Oak.......?....................................................,... 'i 20 I c5 ; 40 80 40; 40 80' 40 I SO' 40 40". AA;,;' 40' 80: 5t 96
Gainesville, New Branford......................................................N..............;.....::...:... 25 SO 30 60 45' 901 I 43. 801 45, 90, 4.5' 90: : 45 'EO'\\ 45 JO, 45, 00, 60 1 10
Landings on St. Johns river......M.?._.............................. '1 501 70 50 ,1.00 I i 50 1. 501 l' 00: .50j 100. :, 00 1 "SO{ '301! 1501{\ OOi; ro 1 16
Stations on Fla. So. Ry north of and including Ocala ............_....._..............._. : 4455 t f 100 f 65 1 30 v '>1130 I f&)E110, Gj'; 130 65 1"01 65, 1 65 1301 79 146
Stations on Fla. So. Ry. south of Ocala: ......?....................................................... 50 1"'() 55' 10 70 140 701 1 40{ 701 140 70 140 70 1401: 70{ 1 jOt, 7011! 401 Sj 1 t,6,
Rtatlons-on Fla. So. Ry.. St. J. A L. E. Division.................._.....................?....... 50' 1 M 55 1 10 70 140 I 701 1401. 70, 1401 70 I, 1 40ffi 70! 1 401 70; 1 40' 40 SC 1MI
Landings on Lake Santa Fe......_.......?.............................._................................ 4.5 00 I SO 100 IJO: 1 :'i0 65! ', l'00 GS' .130 j 35 1'301' 0: : 131I{ 65' 1301:I 1M '
.........................**...........*.............................................?............................. 5,1) 110 1! 60 120 75 150 l 6.5t 1 'SOl 75' :1 501 75 : 1 SO I ,5 1,60j, 75 1 5'' ,75 1.50+. ,8R If )
Landings on Manatee River........?.....?._.?.......?................. .............. 5.5' 1l060, 1.20 :;) 75I"1.1) t E: 50.t' i'7i 1 rot 75 150J i :75- 1'50 75i1. St> I '; 75 'X150; cOO M
Stations on J., St. A. & H. R. Ry.................................................?........................ 33 60 38iQ 531 I'OO L;: l) ,s3! 1 fOI 51 I OO !I S. i 1,00:, 53 100 .5311; X116'
Palatka.............__....?.................. ......................................._..??.?........................ 2') 50 i :30 60RO 451'' iOOr<<" -90..4.1)' OOi; 4. 100 1 "'f5J 'fIOl I 4.'t 9O ; 1001:r 'M'100
St. Augustine...._.............?..........................??....................'.........?.N..................... 3 6P s. 70 5311000 53100 53 100' : 531' 100, 53: 100: 5.1. 1 001' 53, tr1 1 165o
Stations on J..T. &K. W.Ry ..............................................._....._....... 6P( I 135'' I 70 50 50l0050',! 100' 1 ro 511' 100; M1 100'1 a 67 1 16
Landings on Lakes Eustis anarris ............................................_....?.?............ 55 1l060;. I 1 201 7511, soL 75 150: 75 150,' 75' 150' 75' 1501; 7.;;;; 150,! 75, 150;! 00, 1 66
Stations on South Florida Railroad., : .
From Belair to Bent's, Inclusive..........?..............?.....<,......?...?...._........... ..... 3-1) 7\( Ii 40 80'' 5511{ 10"' ,5' 1.Iod 55.) 1 101 L 5.!5 1 10 65 1 10''' 55 *1 10r;\ 1)1 1 10:, N 1.2R6Q ItM
From Longwood to Orlando Inclusive.............................. ...._............ ......... 4l\ AA 45 90: 60'' 1260! 1 2Dn.j 6OilJ': lt 60.1'20: ;' 1 20'; 60\ ,12)4;, $'II ,1'20';301m; i'tJ
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From Gatlin to Lake Parker, inclusive N...............;...:............................. ....? 45 9I( 50 100 I i 65' 1 3011, 651 1 40.1 6,1); 130'' 6i 130' 7011 R5, 130, 6S 1 651 140 EtJ 1 46
From Acton to Bartow.,.inclusive............_.............................?................... .*. 50 1 55 1105n 5 701 140' 1 :0: 1401 70 : 140 4Qt 70 1 40 70i 1 ro$ 156
Stations on F. R. & N. \;o. north of and including Ocala..............?...._..?.... 00'l I 55 1 ro: I 'f)% ,1201I\))' : 70f! ,".fQt' :,701 4oiL.! 65. 130 65: 1311, 651, 1611 70I40,' 7914ir11140
Station on F. R. &: N. Co. south of Ocala_..........::.....................:....;..._........., 1 roll t 10' 701.14(4( 1 1 L, 1 7P 1 40 4(1.( 701401' 1>> 1 10'' 6811 66
Stations on Sanford &: Indian River It. R............................. ..:......................._ 3.1' 701140: 80'' 551 1 10i, &;)1 1 JO 551 1 JOI{ MilO 551 l 1 10' ;70')' 1 10j, 1 : 26
Stations on Tavaren Orlando fc Atlantic R. R.........?.......;.............................. 51 I0055! : 1 10 701: 140"I iO.1 40' 70, 1 !' 70 140.75t150 70, 140 : 1 40i 701110{ ; 88 165
Gulf points north Tampa_..............._....?..?..........._.................._................... fi'i 110,; ro to If20i; ; ,; ; ) 14: 7., 4Oj;" f7a p ..1 5095I 7517' 50:, 75 14r 751 ro,, 190 1 9011 Ii6I
; Gulf points south Tam pa.._.........................?.............................................._....... 75 I 150 80 1.60 : 1 00 115, 1 901; 9.3' 1 'ro 1 90 !6):) 190 95 190 I 101 2 06
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The capacity of the Standard barrel must not exceed that of an ordinary flour barrel.
CONNECTIONS. Excess of capacity over the above.will be liable to pro rata exoe$ of cbanre

Double dally fast freight service for all points West via Albany, Jesup and Savannah. I The Car-load :eta: estimated, at; 20,000 pounds,' or 250 Standard Boxes.. Excess of this
Daily Cut freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern Interior i amount will b* charged for pro rata. Car-load shipments ronstbe to one destination and

and Coast points, Including New York,Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and i to one..consignee. .
ProVidence. .... j I Prepayment of freight will not be required, but good order and condition ol shipment
Savan-- will be an absolute requirement. It is clearly understood between the shippers and the
Tr.I-weekly connection for New York via the Ocean Steamship pany, leaving! I
for toss or damage, however
that shall attach
nab.Sdondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, : ; transportation companies no responsibility
Twice a week for Baltimore via the Merchants and Miners Transportation Co.. :, leaving I, 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 Steampship Co., leaving 1 The charges advanced by this Line in' good faith to connections at those polriU not
Savannah everyTbursday. : be subject to correction by this Line.
Weekly connection for Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co., leaving Savannah every I 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.
i Single shipments to Western points will be charged at double rates.
8&1l1nrday. of Steamships are subject to change without notice. i
iI I No single shipment taken for less than f 1 to Boston New York Philadelphia and Balti
I I more. If shipped beyond,they will be charged in addition the single package rates of con-
INFORMATION: J'OR SHIPPERS. i(, necting lines and cost of transfer.Steucfls I

To make through rates from points tributary to the above, add the rates of connectinglines : shipping receipts and Information fnrnUhed on application to any of the agents
to above rates For tDrtbP.T information, if needed apply in Agents of the nen or to
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.Fruit frees Plants,JM&; Berries iD.rnameQ.t;; 'Trees. Grasses, etc., :etc.

;(; ..L Together with'full'descrlpUonsxfall the SOUTHERN FRUIT AND VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY.

CFTOICEST,R1EnE"OF QFl NgE i EMON TREES 3'g and 328 North Delaware A.e., 3liilndclpliin
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Also: Price( List. Senior; ipaf alogue U\. \ Established 1871.

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djt N'pt' A'li. iEyie| >N:' TREES 94 PARK PLACE, NEW YORK.

S Consignments of oranges solicited.Ve have a trade that consumes all our oranges with
Budfded.from: :Trled; and approved varieties, and on' good healthy' stocks out having to send to auction. Remittances_. sent_ .on day of sale. JuneS-ly
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Frnlt Trees' suitable to KlorMa. Address \ li;i / t"N' E ESTA.BLISH 187S.
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:McBREDE, ,&KINGgBUIlY, Proprietors, ,

Waycross Railroad Wharf, Jacksonville, Fla.
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''':., Brancli PackingHouseVaycross Railroad Depot, Gainesville, Fla.Oran.ge .
''r,1'N ititsery at Point LaVIsta,four miles up'the Bl.Johns River. Boats land at wharf at
the Nuse ry. .A,full supply pfFruitandt(Ornamental Trees, suitable for the climate of s, etY1l: OD.S ,
Florida; Orange Trees Budded from Bearing Trees. Only the Largest or King Seedlings selected And other Fruits and
I for Block. A large supply of Two-Year-Old Buds on hand this season. Budded Trees Vegetables,
from 10 cents up. Groves Set Out Warranted..
'. REFERENCES-Bank of Jacksonville; Prof.Halliday,of State Agricultural College. Catalogue PACKED, SHIPPED AND SOLD.

sent on application" sepl4-6m Reliable Correspondents in all the principal cities of the United States*
**r-w Green. J.e'J'Y'l: :is

=,: A full stock of approved sorts of''ORANGE and LEMON Trees-One, Grwer: E-u.pp1: es.

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

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

D.t fm N"lbbENUR'SERY..d MPANY Send for Circulars and Stencils. sep44f:

Refrigerator Transportation for Strawberries and other Fruits to
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FLORIDA.Oranget Northern Markets.

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LeConte and Keiffer Pears ,Peen T Peaches Mul- ,
and Honey Grapes, Figs, .

bernes,::Pecans, Filberts, Pomegranates, Guavas, Bananas: and other trees BOWEN'S PATENT REFRIGERATORS )
suitable Florida. Our stock and free from Scale other
to is thrifty. or para- Will be prepared to carry Strawberries for growers in Georgia and Florida. to Northern
sites. Catalogue post free. Address markets curing the coming season.
For rates and all information apply to '

.. .. F. S.- CONE, Manager, W. H. PILLOW, Jacksonville, Fla.
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dec7-3mos GEO. B. EDWARDS, Charleston, S. C.




'+! The*: v._ra! ng'*i:< e-. .a*ac1: ;."'f'Zlle: ;:tn..on.1 a : I- -/VAXLTACrrUKK- -- :----the I IHE..T LIBRARY CHAIR., ,

... OFFICE LQJNGE. / 1 Chairs and
; in variety, otherCiffus''' Fruits- ,,,Peeh-T6 aucl- Honey Peaches, LeConte and I, They Lounges lU1aU> in the the World.different .

Kei>ffeea'Jaliati"shims: : t ._-;T"wa* Persimmons'Fi-. k', i J3 s, Guavas- >,- Grapes n > and can be rigidly fasten.

\ X'. *< ,' ; .'< .. /:CATALOG..,- ..- FREE. .- T .,'"O: ed at any angle,a featurefoundunlyintheirgoods.
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Orders from East Florida., ,snipped from '.bur Nurseries on Drayton | They are durable simple -
,with variety of designs -
Island, St. Johns River. I and prices to suit.
If you want a CO FORT-

IU_tfyD =i--- Lakeland, Pollt,_ Couaty. F ap .. before FUR buying.lTCRE! see them
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Offer tor the, season of, 1885-6 a choice stock offkTIFfY ." f. ,) 1"2 -, ,SEND FOR

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..* .1.S i ."J.' f 6. : FAIRMrnSgUARE
of the well-tested, nanied.,varieties-! Homosas-sa, Magnum Bonum Mandarin,
Consisting C .... lievinp that if wan ha dealt squarely with Lw fe-llow.
\ Tangierlne, ";"Mediterranean. Sweet," etc. Also,' .,, '.... ", G-O men bin patrons a are his: best advert1+era.I invite .U --
'i BE make inquiry of the character my reeds among om a
Sicily| \ Lemon Grape ,Fruit .. ShadtJockllTme; 1< ,_ G million i armers.Gardeners and Planter who have
.2nggil)] ? __. .s ;, used them during the put thirty years. Kamntc a
both red and tlIJ.JJ1.y large portion of the seed sold(few seedsmen raise the
I FIGS In variety Including tho'Whttedriutic: ,CATLEY UUAVA yellow T f needsman in the United
Imll'utbearlng, Plante'J r eeed they sell)I was the first
MULBEUKY. and other Fruit U
JAPAN PLUM ATALOG and fr..hneatA.
KARLV: F States to warrant(a*per catalogue! )tbeir purity
J Vines and Shrubs Hulted to the climate Florida.ihentonapplifHilunL : )ty new Vegetable and 11u\\'er Seed Catalogue f..r IN*win be
J.Rta1buc:, \ Hl11"r icel} : AUdrcK: y Y j \ I Feat:FREE to all who write lor It. Amcnj;an ImnnNiMe variety,
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Great Southern Freight and Passenger Route between New England and
_. Georgia, Florida, Alabama, the South and Southwest. Jr

First-Class Passenger Accommodations.No r:: -I ''1

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Cabin, Passage, $20; Excursion $35.00; Steerage, $12, o A J3x J ILi

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CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley....................-............?......Thursday, January 7, at 8:30 p. m <( i i"ern .
t. GATE CITY Capt. Hedge...... ..............................................Thursday January 14, at 1:00 p. m .- .,
,( CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley............N........M.............._.Thursday, January 21, at 8:00 p.m GC Q.o) f
GATE CITY CapH .............................................:.....Thursday, January 28, at 1:30 p. m .
CITY OP :MACON, Capt. Kelley.............-.-.....................Thursday, February 4,at 7:30: p.m O 7) .
GATE CITY Capt. Hedge....._..........................._..............Thursday, February 11, at 11:30 Be m
CITY OK MACOK Capt. Kelley.......................................Thursday, February 18, at 6:30 p. m AIR TIIE BEST :IN tJ E. __
GATE CITY. Capt. Hedge...?_.......................................-.Thursday, February 25' at 12.30 p. m
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley....M.............-.........................Thursday, March -i, at 6:30 t>.m Prof. Isaac Stone, in his article on Orange culture in the trade edition of the Times-Union ,
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge...............?.................................".-Thursday, March 11, at 10:30:: a.m October,1885,says: "Of all the fertilizers used on some 15,000 trees,the Clark's Cove Orange- : ,
';' CITY OP MACON, Capt. Kelley............................._............-.Thursday, March 18,at 5:30 p. m Tree Food gave better results than any other used." Send for Pamphlet and full partlcu- ,
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge............... ......................................Thursday, March25at 10:30 p.m lars t .,',
; Through Bills of Lading and Tickets over Central Railroad of Georgia, Savannah, Florida ec7.t WIGHTMAN & CHRISTOPHER,State Agen\\ f
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'I. F. W. NICKERSON & CO., General Agents, Bosto 's
For Freight, Passage, and Rooms apply to Hit ARDSON & BARNARD Agents, Savannah '
For Tickets apply to Waycross Railroad Offices. .
sepl-SS. c. HENRY R. CHRISTIAN. G. S. Agent,24 Bay Street WITH'LIGHT"
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CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson...........................?.Wednesday, January 14:00 p. m CAN BE HANDLED BY ANY ONE WITHOUT INSTRUCTIONS.A .
CITY OF SAVANNAH Capt. H. C. Daggett.....................?.Monday, Januury 4- 6:00 p. m convincing:proof of the superiority of the ULFEGRASS over any other Sulky Plow i.the
t' CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine-......_....................._Wednesday,January 67:30 a. m tact that we place it with farmers everywhere' .,.
NACOOCHEE, Capt. Kempton...................................................... Friday,January S 8:30 a. m tJ H ""|
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. F18her......_.........................._..........._Monday, January 11-10:30 a. m irON' TB.Z.A.-L J T
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson..............................Wednesday,January 18-120 n'n :Not a solitary one bas yet been returned. This I is unprecedented in the history of improve'
c'{ CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt.H. C. Daggett............................-Friday,January 15- 2DO p. m implements. '
I CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine......................................Monday. January 18- 5:00 p. m
NACOOCHEE, Capt. Kempton................................?...........Wednesday,January 206:30 p. m THOS. MEIKLE $c CO.
.- TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher....................?..............................-Friday, January 22- 8:00)a. m .. .
I CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson.-............._..................Monday,January 23-10:30 a.m Manufacturers of f-r
r c CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. H. C. Daggett.....................Wednesday,January 27-12:30: p.m
r ,, CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine.........................................Friday, January 29- 2:30 p. m STEEL AND CAST PLOWS, it'!
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JUNIATA, Capt. DaggetL........... ......................................... Saturday December 5- 4:30p.m
DE8SOUG,Capt.-................................?..?..._.................Saturday, December 12- 9tfO a. m COTTON AND CORN PLANTERS. &c. &c.
JUNIATA, Capt. Daggett......................._........................?.-.Saturday, December 19- 3:00 p. m ,
I DESSOUG,Capt.: ?...._.................................................Saturday, December 269:00 a. m LOUISVilLE KY. .
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I Connecting with the Savannah, Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line) and ,
If. the Sea Island Route. I
"' Offer to the Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line. '
\ Through Tickets and Bills of Lading issued to principal points North, East and Northwest '
via Savannah. For further particulars apply to ATKINS'I FOUR
HENRY YONGE, Agent, G. M. SORREL, Agent,
'. Pier No.85 North River New York. *
City Exchange Building,Savannah, Ga. .II.
W. L. JAMES Agent, IS 8.Third Street,Philadelphia.J. S y
D. HASHAGEN Eastern Sav. Florida A Western Ry. Co.,261 Broadway N.Y.
For Tickets apply! to Waycross l'tatlroad' Offices. For Rooms apply to G. M. SORREL t FIRSTGRADES
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The Cheapest Fertilizer in the Market. AT

Molsture.............._._._ ......_.........................................................-....._......._...... 8.00 per cent New Orleans.
Nitrogen, equal Ammonia............................_....................................._..........._... 7.00.' '.
Phosphoric Acid,equal Bone Phosphates.........................................._............... 5.11" "
Potash........._.........._...................._................._................................._...............1 to l If -
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J. E. HART, Jacksonville, Fla... E. C. ATKINS & CO., Indianapolis, Ind.

General Agent for Madison Oil Mills. Car lots shipped from Mill .direct. 'vrheu delfed.norlOim .
H.: Dudley Ooletnnn Agent, IVoxv Orleans

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