The Florida dispatch
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055757/00008
 Material Information
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: February 15, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038464
oclc - 01386590
notis - AKM6254
lccn - sn 95026759
System ID: UF00055757:00008
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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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a t New Series: Vol. 5No. 7. Published by CHAS. W. DACOSTA, Jacksonville, Fla. Price 5nnr+ '

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Monday, February 15, 1886. ESTABLISHED 1869. $2.00 per Year in advance ; postage free.
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I'-. M.\ Raoul Duval,one of the leaders of and a paper a few days ago conveyedwith being obliged to serve in the French
t.f' the Right, gives the Freyceyuet Ministry thrilling head lines, the informa- army the.choicest years of their lives,
about the same time to live. The tion that England is preparing to invade as all Frenchmen, high or low are required -
11 F" European Letter. : Right will give the Freyceyuet Ministry France.It to do. We foreigners, many of
i as much support as possible] for is therefore important to expend us at least, come to France exactly as
r' Special Correspondence FLORIDADI SPATCH. the Royalists to support any Repub- several million francs building additional the Chinese come to America-not .:
PARIS France Jan. 8 1886. j
: lican ,government, and all possible fortifications( on- the French: with the slightest intention of ever ';
'tit". -.,_.. ,. The French ministerial crisis is concessions will be "made in 1886, and coast along the English Channel. On claiming citizenship here. We pay
,. ended, and Minister Freyceyuet has conflicting questions will be deferred the other hand it is a notorious fact our board-many of us at leastandwe

(, disappointed his enemies by succeeding until next year. A dissolution must that the ferocity of powerful Italy is pay much higher prices for board
; i in securing a cabinet. How long that be avoided, for the country requires menacing the Mediterranean coast of and for nearly every other necessary
' Cabinet will continue in power is of repose after the excitement of the last France, and the French Mediterraneancities of life than are charged in America,

course a matter of mere conjecture, election. are almost defenseless in the face (Tom, Dick or Harry to the contrary
1 I: for it is easier to predict what woman The Cabinet is generally considered of Maccaroui\ to say nothing of notwithstanding.)
will do to-morrow from what she says rather stronger in material than the France's inability to protect its Spanish The foreigners are now the life and
Jt to-day than it is to predict anything last one. Minister\ de Freyceyuet is border and maintain neutrality in backbone of the Paris trade and are

rJ lpa in regard to the popular opinion in an old politician, who has the reputa- case of a revolution in France, and if considered by the Paris tradesmen as
,a France. When M. Rochefort, oue of tion of always looking before he l leaps France fails to maintain this neutral- their legitimate prey. Nevertheless

1.. the leaders of the Extreme Left in the and of succeeding in whatever he undertakes ity, Germany already threatens to turn there is a scheme now on foot in the
' Chamber, was asked his opinion, lier but it is not thought that he in and whip the life out of both France Chamber of Deputies to put a poll tax
replied that the Freyceynet Cabinet will undertake much during his ad- and Spain. Ergo France will take on us all. I do not expect the bill to
may last ten or twelve months; that ministration He has shown sufficient Tilden's advice and fix up her coast I pass but it is strongly urged by several

I' Freyceyuet would find his greatest acumen to require President Grevy to defenses, and instead of reducingtaxes Deputies of no inconsiderable influ
opposition in the followers of Brisson send a message to the Chamber defin the prospects are that taxes will ence. The bill proposes that every
. I and Ferry. His policy will probably ing the policy of the GovernmentIt be materially increased, to meet not foreigner must register within two
t be negative, proposing only what the is a part of President Grevy's per- only additional expenditures, but to months after entering France and pay
r \r. Chamber is sure to vote. He says sonal policy to let his Premier bear make up existing deficits. Well, an annual poll tax of eighteen francs,
I-: 'the Extreme Left will not be satisfied the entire burden of the responsibility, what is that to us foreigners who own (3.15)). If he isfound in France longer -
: |.' with the amnesty and liquidation 01 but to this the new Premier refused to no real estate in France and who in than two months without having

,I the Tonquin expedition. It requires sdbmit. case of war would claim protection of registered he must pay double; a rate
also the creation of a Mayor of Paris. The new administration began our native flags or flee with! our carpet one-third as large is fixed for foreigners -
i, Freyceyue< will not grant that, and business with a deficit of 50,000,000 bags? The question does interest the of the laboring class If he hap-

when we think the time has come to francs. The taxes are not great foreigner, or at least is likely to do so pened to be born in France, of foreign
; demand it the ministry will evade the enough to meet the annual expenditures soon. There are about 10,000 Amer- parents he must register at twentyone -
r '. question and fall. Mr. Grevy will and all sorts of schemes are ican citizens residing in Paris. Thereare and pay a tax of about 812, or be
then first send for M. Floquet, who, proposed to relieve the burden. There many times that many other foreigners subject to military duty. The amountof
t however, will not be able to form a is not a bit of danger of the tax beiug principally Germans The the proposed tax is small to be sure,
t" cabinet, and then as he will have no I: taken off of "whiskey and tobacco," proportion of foreign born people residing but the principle of the thing is whatwe

,Ii: option, will call in M. Clemenceau. although here, as in America, the great in France is about fifteen per complain of-taxation without rep-
k, ,This is inevitable, and Clemenceau cry is raised that the coast is sadly in cent. ; in Paris twenty per cent. The resentation. It is all well enough in
will not waive a jot. The way fort need of greater defense. Alarmists point. coast cities are filled with these heath. America to cry* 'the Chinese never acquire -
him will be admirably prepared by the to fortifications going up on the English en competitors of the native French citizenship ; the Chinese must
Freyceyuet Ministry." coast commanding the channel, and they have the advantage of not go" but when a similar cry is raisedc

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here, "the Americans come here and The preacher must always give the written, would be a very interesting Minnesota to Florida, and from the
I compete with us without taking upon impression of sicerity. Anything flip- volume. Not.a, few expressions whichare Atlantic coast to California. Withoutan
r themselves the obligations of citizen- pant is utterly out of place. He may supposed to be modern gamins'can exception, so far as I have been
ship to help in national defence and have a certain originality and wit be found in Shakespeare. But a able to learn, there is not a resident
help bear the burden of the State. The which are irrepressible, but he deals great many of these phrases were bor- here, who came for either throat or
Americans and other foreigners must insuch such solemn subjects that he rowed from the rogues' dictionary or lung affections, that has not been
go, or else pay taxes for the privilegeof must be keyed to a high pitch of rev- picked up in the slums. Vice and either entirely cured or greatly bene-
staying," then the shoe begins to erence in all his pulpit efforts. Not crime are prolific word-breeders, and fitted and still improving. The first
pinch. The Americans do not inter- only slang but colloquialisms which not a few expressions which pass cur- word of complaint against the placeor
fere with the lower class here as muchas would be excusable, if not commendable rent, having the legal-tender stamp of its climate has yet to be heard,
the Chinese do in America, but elsewhere must be kept out of the lexicographers, have their root in the which is something remarkable whenwe
these Yankees come here and look at pulpit. The term "hide-bound," for lowest muck of society, and anythinglike consider the natural disposition of
the fine pictures and get the benefit of instance, is not slang, yet it is too red- a free use of slang is not only in human nature to be ever grumbling.The .
the public schools, and compete with olent of the horse-barn to be in good bad form but intolerable vulgarity.- universal testimony, so far as I
their Yankee inventions against form in the church. "Brace up" is I Chicago In er-Oc an.e can learn, of the many people that
French manufacturers.The advice and often is visited the either duringthe
very good so, -- ------ have place,
discrimination against the for- "put it on the ice;" but neither com- Mountain Resort For Floridians. summer or winter, is: that they
eigners has already begun in at least ports with the dignity of the sacred The editor of the Baltimore J/anu- have been greatly benefitted by their
arrondisement of Paris, where all desk with its devotion here and it could be
one to spiritual facturer's Record, gives us s Mme pleas.] stay hardly
foreigners are now excluded from the things. It by no means follows that ant glimpses ,of a mountain region otherwise, so charmingly pleasant and
public schools because of the over- such expressions would be out of placein within easy reach of Florida and dry is atmosphere.. The climate
crowded condition of the schools. This the columns of a newspaper, *:in a makes favorable mention of the enter though, delightful as it is, is not by
order was given last week and has magazine essay, or on the pages of a prise of one of our well-known citi-- any means the only attraction. Even
worked great hardship with several book. Not that the press may not zens. The editor's l letter is dated now the scenery is: exceedingly grand,
families too poor to send their childrento allow itself too much liberty in the Tryon City, N. C., November 27, and the view from the hotel, as well as
pay schools. I know! of one familyin use of slang, but that the pulpit has I. 1885 ; and we make room for the following { from hundreds of other places, takingin
particular. a woman with five chil- limitations which do not apply outside extracts: as it dues a magnificent'stretch of
dren. She has lived in France fourteen of the consecrated walls. It is by the The Western part of North Carolina country, reaching on clear days to
years, she is poor and now is in judicious incorporation of slang into has long been noted not only for mountains sixty miles away, is indeed
the predicament of having the law of good usage that our vernacular is en- its magnificent scenery, that is hardly magnificent. In the spring and sum-
compulsory education theateniug her fiched. There are other causes of lin- surpassed in beauty and grandeur by mer, and even early fall, when the
and the order of the school authorities guistic growth, but the gradual accretions any country in the world, but also: for leaves are green, and when the many-
her children.
barring BESVAL. from the street are highly important. its invigorating health-giving climate.A colored wild flowers literally cover the
-e- -- Not a few of our more familiar few months ago, in conversation mountain sides, while their fragrancefills
Slang in the Pulpit.A expressions:, now perfectly legitimate, with a very distinguished physician, the air, the entrancing lovelinessof
correspondent, in a letter of crit- were horn of colloquial parentage. who has given a careful study to the this section, must be, as everybodysays
icism and inquiry, submits the following Crank is a notable example of this subject, in answer to the question, i beyond description, even by the
: sort of increase in the family of l what do you know of Western North most gifted pen. It is quite certain
To those: conservative people who words.In Carolina as a health resorthe replied, that the most vivid imagination could
take comfort in the fact that they he- the latest installment of his lat- "I know of it as the future sanitariumof not picture in too glowing colors the
long to a church from whose pulpits est novel Mr.\ Howells has Mrs. Bowen the 'V o rid.". \Vith such a strong beauties that nature has with so lavisha
undefiled" has been heard
"English from the magna-charta to Carter Har- a lady of the most unexceptional endorsement before him, the writer hand poured out upon this sectionof
rison, it seems the most! unnecessaryand gentility, offer the advice, "Don't give determined to seek out a location pos Western Carolina. The great essentials -
uncalled for departure to emphasize yourself away." This phrase is slangof sessing as many of the climatic ad. for a health resort-a climate
a point in a sermon by the use of the most pronounced type, with an vantages of that section as possible that gives health to the sick, scenery
modern slang. No amount of poeti- origin anything but genteel. But it and, after some investigation, decided that cannot fail to charm and delight,
cal quotations, beautifully recited, can
fit in with the needs of the from mountain
cover the enormity of such expres- so couv nieutly upon comparatively unknown pure water springs,
sions as Put it on ice," hidebound every-day life that if some miracle of place or Tryon City. It is true that and absolutely:: perfect drainagearehere
," brace up," and the like.. speech: should blot it out of existence, this city-in name only-is well combined. With these advantages -
It may or :may not be true that the English language "as she is known to some, as the number of win- : Tryon and vicinity ought to, and
the particular preacher referred to spoke" in America would be posi- ter and summer visitors is fully equalto in all human probability will, becomeone
lays himself liable to criticism by the tively incomplete. Don't betray your- the capacity of the two hotels, one of the most noted health resortsof :
use of slang in the pulpit. No nameis self is similar in meaning, but neither immediately at Tryon, and one abouta the country.
given nor any clew to the reference that nor anything else is exactly sy- mile and a half distant, but the gen- Thousands of people are every year
made afforded. But that matters lit- nonymous. A shade of thought i is expressed eral public has rarely if ever heardof seeking to escape the; rigors of Northern -
tle. The phases quoted certainly savors which cannot distinctly and it. Comparatively unknown as it winters, and the rush of immigration
of the street rather than the perfectly brought out by any other is, there is no doubt but that doubleor to Florida is largely made up of
chancel, and the general inquiry sug- words. But we confess to a little sur- treble the number of visitors gested by the letter is one of more prise that so fastidious a writer as easily be attracted here if the accom- to health in a mild climate.
than ordinary interest.To Howells should put these words into modations were sufficient. Tryon *
every profession belongs its peculiar the mouth of a character: remarkablefor City is mainly a settlement of Northern Tryon is: situated in the most::! favorable -
privileges and limitations. her close observance of the laws of and Western people, who have part of the wonderful "thermal ;c
There are laws: of propriety which propriety in their application to good sought this delightful location for its belt" of North Carolina, which has '
apply to one, but do not to the others. society. Such a writer as Howells charming scenery and the remarkably long beery noted for the mildness of fl'fl'so
This is true in literary style no less could not have done this thing care- beneficial effects of its climate, espe- its winter climate, as compared with
than professional etiquette. The law- lessly. He must have known that il cially in all throat and lung troubles. places not ten miles distant. It is in :
yer must be serious and explicit. Mere\ was not only sanctioning that particular \ The resident population numbers about Polk county, on. the south side of the t
repetition and tautology, which wouldbe bit of slang, but encouragingrather 'I two hundred white people, many of mountain ranges, about one mile from 1
unpardonable in the pulpit or the than otherwise, the slangy tendency whom have permanently located here the South Carolina State line, and j
press, may serve to clinch a legal brief f of the day. after having tried the most noted forty miles south of Asheville. It is i
and make the argument impressive. The history of slang, if it could be health resorts of the country-from immediately on the line of the Ashe- I i

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J.' ville and and Spartanburg Railroad. made during the past summer, meas- is simply this : See what you are the usage unless forbidden by the pre-

, While its elevation is about 1,500 feet ures, in some instances, as much as buying before you pay for it Thereare cepts of their new faith. New con

. above the sea level, which gives it the seven or eight feet. Mr. Paine has good goods lands and poor ]lands 0; verts to Christianity would, of course,

.... advantage of a high, dry and bracing lately planted about 150 almonds that honest agents and land sharks ; live conform to the usage they found pre-

climate, it is encircled on the north were grown on an almond tree in this towns and dead towns. You must vailing.

.. and west by mountain ranges 4,000 feet section. So well satisfied is he that .judge for :yourself.] Come to Florida, Second-The funeral- pyre of the

I.. high, which protect it from the cold almonds will do well in this place, look about, exercise your own judg Pagan was in many ways most repulsive

winds that are so keen in places less that he intends to devote considerable ment and you will rarely be deceived. ::! both to the senses and also to the

favorably located. At one time last attention to their cultivation. All Maitland Courier. religious i convictions of the Christians.It .

winter, the Tryon City Hotel had through this section, the hillsides are. -- --- -A.- -- -- was not, as is the modern scientific

guests from eleven different States, all being cleared of timber and fruit trees Tying Forage. process of cremation, a rapid reduc-

of whom were delighted with this cli-. put out. Within the last year or two A Pennsylvania correspondent of tion of the remains of the dead to

fruit and the :N. Y. World gives the following ashes the flames not the
mate and whose health was greatly probably 25,000 trees, 15,000 touching

improved by their stay here. grape vines have been set out, and handy plan of tying up bundles of body was thrown upon a heap of com-

Outside of the question of health, they are all flourishing finely now. fodder or green forage: bustible materials and burnt in the
Four or five years ago all the farmers of in
Tryon and presence spectators, presenting
vicinity are beginning to -- --w- --- -

attract great attention as a fruitgrowing Paper Towns. in. Lehigh. county. .used. rye straw. the process much that was most revolt-
that had been threshed nail to tie .
section. For many years, in fact, What is a "paper" town? Well, ling. When to so much that was thus

as far back as the memory of the it is just no town at all.] In the mind'seye their corn fodder. Last year some of repulsive were added the Pagan liba-

"oldest inhabitant" runneth not to it has churches, schools, park, my neighbors began to tie their corn tions to the gods, the other ceremonies
fodder with tarred twine. I am con
the contrary, peaches, pears, plums, stores, opera houses, art-galleries, pub associated with idolatry and the
far the
vinced that twine is
by cheapest -
grapes, etc., have been grown in great lic libraries and elegant residences wails of relatives who sorrowed: as
Six bundles of would
tie. straw
abundance here, the peach, as delicatea without limit.! It is on the highest those who had no hope, it is not sur
I have tied fodder this last Itself
fruit as it is, having failed but once I land in the State, in the healthiest lo my year. prising that the Christians would pre-

in a period of sixty years. With the cation, in the "centre of the orange for twenty cents per bundle, and I fer the then prevalent Jewish modeof
would have cost me $1.20. I bought
incoming of the Northern and Western belt,"and so on, ad libitum ad nau eam. burial.
good twine for eighty-five cent, and
settlers the of The dispersion of the particles of
question raising The owners of lots in this rapidly

fruit for market was discussed, and growing city" are great philanthropists. with that tied my fodder, saving not the body is as inevitable in the case of
only thirty-five cents to start with, but
after careful investigations and experiments They care nothing for money. i those incinerated.
be used times.
the twine
the belief became general thata i This is proven by the fact that they can many Think of the mutations which have
I have a plan of own for tying.
very profitable industry could be give away splendid building sites for my been going on these many years past
I take heml'ick lath and cut these in
developed in this line. the trifling sum of five dollars, and in that silent grave in the cemetery,
5-inch lengths. At one end I bore a
Owing to the peculiar mildness of choice blocks on the main "business until, if you dig down to-day, there
hole and at the other I saw a slot. I
the winter climate of this "thermal street" for only fifteen dollars The may, be found nothing bearing the
cut twine about four, feet long,
belt" and the absence of killing frosts, city usually has at least one rail- my semblac of a human form. The ,
the hole and
one through
fruits ripen ten days or two weeks road built right through it, and any- pass great tree whose roots ran down deep
Then I
make a knot in the twine.
sooner than in places much father where from one to half a dozen more beneath'the surface has;? been nourished
make a knot in the other end} of the
South. Last year peaches commencedto coming as fast as men and money can by the changes which have taken
twine. I wind around the lath and
ripen here during the latter }part of bring them. The managers of this place in that grave, by the gases
the knotted end in the slot. When
May, and it has been fully demon grand and glorious enterprise are so put evolved and the nutriment provided.
I carried 100 of thesein
ready or more
strated that by putting the trees on anxious to do good that they will take In the alchemy of nature what
basket the field and it
a to ,
the hillsides having a southern exposure care of your land, pay the taxes, diga were once the particles of a human
was mere play to tie the sheaves. I
the most delicious peaches can be well, build a house, and discover a body have gone into the substance of
pulled the twine out of the slot and
shipped from here about the I last of gold mine or a diamond field on your the tree, and the leaves of the tree
it motion and if I
a slinging
May or first of June, and then, on property for a trifling consideration. gave ; have been falling these: many autumns
had a large sheaf I just put the
through the summer, as the different Lastly, they disclose a great secret- very past, to be blown hither and thither

varieties ripen. During the past sum- these lots will double, treble or even .! knot over the slot; if the sheaf was by the winds, until, decaying, they
small I would pull until it was tight,
mer, Dir James H. Paine, of Jack quadruple in value in a few weeks ; fertilize other soil.

sonville, Fla., who is now making a i therefore buy at once. Buy lots for then pass the twine through the slot Not more complete is the dispersionof

magnificent orchard here, shipped} yourself, for your children, for your and bring it around and pass it through the particles by means of fire than '
thus tied
Not sheaf
peaches to New York, and paying wife, for your mother, for your grand- again. one came is the work done by the chemical
apart either in shocking or hauling
S1.50 per box express charges, nettedan mother, for your sisters, and cousins, agents of the sea upon the body

average profit of $1.50 per bushel.In and aunts Buy a whole block, and home. buried many fathoms deep beneath ,
It is an easy matter to take these
a year or two, as soon as the young your fortune is made The victim its surface. ,
twine bands off and wind them
orchards, put out during the last two buys-perhaps one lot, perhaps a up; I There is no such thing, even in (the,
then they are ready for next year'suse.
years, come into bearing, the railroads dozen. In due time he receives an rare cases of petrifaction of human ,
The little blocks
are easily
will make special rates for car lots, elegantly engraved title-deed to his remains, as the body remaining as it
made several in vise and
by putting a
and then the freight to New York valuable property, and then his air- was when the spirit fled. It was not *
the hole them all
instead of being $1.50 a bushel, will castle disappears. Investigationproves boring through at adamantine when the hour of death \
time then them and with
one turn a 1
only be about 35 cents,. thus largely that there is no city, no was struck, nor will it be so when the
saw make the slots in the other ends. !
adding to the profits of the business.Dir. churches, no schools, no public build- _Un __ h._ soul comes back to reanimate it. It

Paine commenced only about two ings and probably irj' railroad within Cremation and Burial. .I, must be changed. The mere holding I,

years ago clearing the ground for his several miles. The dupe owns a stripof After the captivity, the sentiment of together of the same particles, whetherin

orchard,and he already has 6,000 fine- pine land, not worth the paper on the Jews was decidedly against incin- the enclosure of a sepulchre, or in

looking peach, pear and plum trees, which the deed is printed, and forthwith eration, and the practice of burial in a never disturbed grave, or by petrifaction -

and is steadily increasing the size of to him, Florida is a gigantic caves and sepulchers prevailed among is not in any sense a prerequisite
for the resurrection of the I
his orchard. Peach trees that he setout i swindle-a delusion and a snare. It them at the dawn of Christianity.This body.
i -New York Herald.
two years ago last spring, bore a is well enough to say that men should practice was adopted by the ---.-- -

few peaches the past summer, and next know better than to swallow the alluring first Christians, and for; two reasons :- i Moderation is the silken string running I'I'i

bait thus offered them but all Fir. Because had been the chain of all
year will produce quite heavily. The ; people / t- as they I through pearl

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of defence against the bark lice at con- the white ants The orange sawyers, I found this belt thoroughly congenial,
for the exhibited saidto
siderable length. He says that great which bore into the branches and eat oranges just are
have been cleaner and free from defects -
INSECTS AFFECTING THE ORANGE. care should be taken that the young out the inside, and the twig girdlers, then the average Southern Cal-

trees, when first }planted, are clean and .I which eat off the outside of the twigs ifornia growth. Of course at such a

Practical for Their healthy. If they are in good condi and cause them to break off, and also time some exaggeration is sure to be
Control and Extermination. tion when young they are easily keptso ants, which eat into the wood and indulged enough emphasis in, and it has seems not evident been that
by good cultivation. They shouldbe make galleries are all considered. Ex- upon the increased danger of killing

The United States Department of trimmed so as to make all parts accessible posing the roots to the air and apply- frosts in the mure northerly counties.

Agriculture is about to publish a pamphlet to the air and sunlight. When ing hot water will kill the ants. A After the recent exp rience in Florida,

of great interest to orange growers insects are found on the trees they may great protection against white ants is past records of climate will be regardedwith

entitled 'Insects Affecting the be removed in various ways. One is to guard against leaving any decayed that suspicion they afford, and no investors sufficient will guar-say

Orange, with practical suggestions for to scrub the branches with stiff brushes. wood on the ground. They only at- antees. And 1 that Ualifornia is not

their control or extermination, made The best brushes for this purpose are tack live wood when in close proximity exempt from meteorological capriceshas

under the direction of the entomolo- made of palmetto roots, by cutting to decayed wood. just been shown by the occurrenceof
H. G. Hubbard." The workis and The while it a damaging hurricane at San Fran-
gist, by them of proper lengths poundingthem orange sawyer, appa- cisco.
the result of three years' observa- so as to separate the fibres and rently does damage, is also useful in
For all this, the encouragement given -
tions and experiments. In the. intro- make a brush. The trunk can be removing decayed and dead wood from to citrus culture by the exhibit* of

duction the author says: scrubbed in this way, but it is imprac- the tree. This is the case with insects the Sacramento Fair must be consid-

"In the preparation of the present ticable to scrub the branches and generally that bore in the wood. erable. It may be doubtful whetherthe

work a single object has been kept in twigs. He recommends various washes o A chapter is given to predatory insects orange will ever become a stapleas
far north as Shasta, but there is no
view to afford aid used in the of and insects that feed the
namely: practical that can be way sprays.In upon reason why it should not in Sacramento -
to the orange grower in the warfare general, alkalis, oils and acids are plant lice. These are 'known as the Yolo, Yuba, Placer, Colusa, Te-

which must be waged with insect foes. the best. The most efficacious washis lady-bird, beetles and surface flies, hama, El Dorado, Nevada, Amadorand

Although my own observations have made of kerosene emulsion. Pure which, in their earlier stages of life, Calaveras counties. Specimens of

not extended beyond the State of Flor- alkali or kerosene are injurious to the feed upon plant lice There are also healthy oranges grown 2,000 feet above
the sea level were shown at Sacramento. -
ida, and the accessible notes of observers trees, but kerosene may be mixed with wasp-like insects which live in the It is claimed that in the Sacramento i

elsewhere are few and meagre, the soap in such proportions, or with milk bodies of the plant lice. All these latter Valley the temperature may

deductions are as applicable to Cali- and churned with great violence. This should be encouraged.The fall below the freezing point withoutice

fornia as Florida." breaks up the particles of oil, and book will prove very valuable forming or the vegetation being
bitten. Just the in the
The author points out that there are makes a substance like butter, knownas to orange growers.ROi 8ite'.,in Times- now people
valley and the foot-hills are hugging
various insects almost constantly upon an emulsion. This, if thoroughlymade Union. themselves over the discovery that

the orange tree. Some are injurious, admits of dilution in water to ----e they occupy the same belt which includes -
beneficial and oil] Citrus Fruit in Northern California.A the citrus region of the
some are absolutely: any degree without the separating great
genuine sensation has been causedin world. Presently they will face the
others are of a negative character. out and floating. The stirring of the
California by the holding of a fair practical considerations involved, and
f The therefore emulsion is sufficient. It be
most important thing, not must
at Sacramento for the exhibition of the will more carefully weigh the facts
for the orange grower is to distinguishthese. : violently churned. The best way of growths of citrus!: fruit produced by the which make against them. It is probable -

I Otherwise at the time when churning it is to use a force pump, northern counties of the Golden State. that there will be a tendency of

the beneficial insects are in the ascendancy :which, plunged into a pail of the mix- This fair has been a marked success, capital toward the northern countiesfor
and it has that the southern investment in citrus culture
proved thoughthe
he work and
may go to destroy ture, divides the mixture with its fine
counties have no monopoly of southern counties are not yet half
them them for the nozzle into It should be orange
mistaking injurious spray. kept
culture, as was formerly believed. The developed. But all such exhibits seem
ones. The principal insects that passing through the pump until the beauty and fineness of the fruit sent to to show that the greatest and most per-
are injurious to the orange are knownas emulsion is formed. This emulsion Sacramento, even from as far north as manent resources of California are not

scale insects or bark lice. The author must be applied to the branches at Shasta, has astonished every one, and in her mines-which, indeed, have en-
the fair has attracted thousands of visitors tailed serious well benefit
injury as as
considers the classification of the short so that the will
range spray
from all parts of the State. The upon her-but in her soil and climate,
bark lice and their general character- strike them with force. If it is
exhibit embraced oranges, lemons, olives which can never be worked out, and
istics. He then discusses their indi- thoroughly applied it will be found Japanese persimmons, or loquats the products of which will increase in

vidual kinds. efficacious.The (?), pomegranates, and various other value and quantity with the growth of

Bark lice for the greater portion of insects that prey upon the bark citrus fruits, and all the specimenswere population.

,". their lives are fixed immovably to the lice are mites which destroy their eggs, healthy and well flavored. It is OTE.-The foregoing, from the ed-
estimated that
I twigs, leaves and fruit, and it is only I internal parasites which live within growing and bearing orange in trees more are than now a itorial columns of the New York Tribune -

during a very limited time after they their bodies, and various predatory in- thousand places in Northern California contains some remarkable state-

first hatch that they are able to travelat sects which feed upon them. and the statistics gathered for ments of the northern range and alti-
this occasion are such as to make it tude of growing in California,
all. They are shown to be very apt The author discourses of the rust orange
to crawl upon the feet of birds, the mite which causes the tII rust of the surprising that the adaptability of the and is not without significance for
for citrus fruit not
I region was recog-: I
backs of spiders and other insects, and orange. The conclusion that the nized many years ago. Florida. The Tribune erroneously

in this way they are carried from tree orange is rusted by a mite is reachedby The suitability of the foot-hill lands speaks of the Japan Persimmon as a

to tree, and from orchard to orchard.On the fact that a mite is always found for small fruits has indeed been long I I Loquat, and classes the Pomegranate .
known, and if those lands have not citrus fruits which is anothererror.
found among
this account it is very importantto before the rust, and no rust was
been settled more quickly it is partly
have wind breaks between the or- where no mitts had been. He discov- owing to the absence of transportation The so called "Japan Plum"evergreeii

chards or running through them, and ered that the rust mite prefers neither facilities. A belt line to tap all that ( ), is the Loquat, and the

to have those made of trees or bushes the shady nor the sunny side of the country has long been talked of: and Pomegranate belongs to the genus I'u- ,.

upon which the bark lice will not flour- fruit, but a point between, this makingthe will have to be built before long, and nica.-ED. DISPATCH.. __
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when that is dune, the California foot-
ish. In this way they are very apt to be rust in the form of a belt around hills will become the most productivefruit : Rust on the Orange.

shaken off by the birds and insects in the fruit. In consequence of the at- belt in the country. In the open- : Rust upon oranges is an unexplained

passing from one section to another, tack of the mite the oil is drawn from ing address at the Citrus Fair it was I! phenomenon. A prominent fruit dealer :

and thus their spread is checked. the rind, and it becomes hard and shown that Sacramento, Auburn, Ma- : who buys the crops while still on

The enfeebled condition of the trees tough. This mite can be destroyed by rysville, Chico, Red Bluff and Redding : the trees aud too young for any certain
are all in what is called the 60
is a means of help to the bark lice. If washing in a manner similar to the i prediction as to how they will mature,
belt, and that they possess :a more equable -
the trees are kept healthy and flour bark lice. and genial temperature than Rome, : said he had a theory last year that the
ishing the bark lice are not nearly so The bores, which attack the roots of Madrid, Marseilles[ and Algiers. Cer- I rust was caused by the north winds,

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f: but this year he has been forced to prominent dealer said: "The effectsof trees would be, and not differing from 7 lower than two years ago, but owingto

abandon it, because, while three weeks the destruction of oranges in them much in size, though the lime the few cloudy days succeeding the
ago the crop promised to be almost entirely Florida by the severe cold are already tree has more foliage than a peach frost, the damage to orange trees was
I free from russets, there has been perceptible. There has, as yet, beenno tree, and its branches spread over more not as great. Guavas of tender va-
i : such a change that one-fourth of the increase in prices, but there is every space. rieties were killed to the ground but
crop now promises to be discolored, indication of such occurrence. That People in the north who think it the Catley guavas are all right. Like

" and, as everybody knows, there has prices have not yet been raised is because must be fine to lie under the tree in an Mr. Boggess, of Fort Ogden, we do
been no weather to speak of within the crop is not yet under way. orange grove and eat the fre h sweet not hesitate to tell the truth about the
those weeks but rain. But this is not The effects are these: Several of the oranges, no doubt would enjoy lying section in which we reside, which con-
the only puzzling thing about rust. large firms here are in active corre- under lime trees, eating what in the sists of high, well-drained pine land
The groves on one side of a fence may spondence with Eastern houses, whichare West Indies are called "sours." But H. H. HARVEY.
bear fruit perfectly free from stain, asking for large consignments. lime trees and orange trees alike are SEFFNER, Hillsborough County,
Y while on the other the fruit is black ; Orange growers have a knowledge of diminutive in stature, (generally), and Fla., February 4, 1886.
the best trimmed trees on the planta- the existence of this fact, and are disposed their branches grow too close to the ...-

tion may be laden with dingy oranges to hold on to their crops and ground to admit of much walking or Open Culture vs. Irrigation.Mr. .

and the worst tended trees show naughtbut await further news from Florida, as lying under them, and they have un- John Smith, of Cucamonga, a
golden skins. regards the exact nature of the de- pleasant little thorns about an inch few years since planted a vineyard of

"There is no telling- about it," said struction, its extent and effect on the long, that remind you when you ven- Muscat grapes, but prior to the present
( the fruit man, "it is a problem which Eastern market. The California I II I. ture too close. There seemed to be season they failed to bear anything -
remains to be solved." market will be affected if the losses in. acres and acres of lime trees on Mont i like a remunerative crop. Duringthis

Rust is a native of China, and rusty Florida are as great as reported, for serrat, and hundreds of acres, and per- time the vineyard has been freely
; oranges, all over the world, outside of this reason: that the East will draw haps thousands of them. I don't see irrigated. This year he determined to

the Celestial Empire, are known as more than the surplus amount of what England can do with all the waste no more water on the vineyard,
Yokohama oranges. It made its first oranges in California, and this draft lime juice, for a lime tree ought to but he plowed a furrow through it to
appearance in Louisiana in 1872, on will cause oranges to be scarcer here. produce several hundred limes in the convey the water to the land below.
the Effingham-Lawrence plantation, I Prices will accordingly go up. The course of a year, anc each lime con- He has this season kept the vineyard
known now as the Magnolia planta- Florida catastrophe will cause Cali- tains as much juice as a large lemon. cultivated but has given it no water.

tion, and owned by Ex-Governor fornia oranges to be introduced where They are wonderfully juicy little This season, for the first time, it bearsa
Warmouth. It did not extend to any they never were before, and will give things when fresh from the trees ; and heavy crop, with the exception of
till about six renewed to the A they are used in the West Indies for
great extent years ago, activity industry. the two rows on either side of the fur-
since which time it has affected the gentleman who has just returned froma nearly every imaginable purpose.If row that conveys the water. On these
crop from one-eighth to one-quarter, three weeks' tour among the orange t the cook has a plate of fish nearly vines the crop is as light as usual. *
but has made no steady progress, groves of Southern California, and ready for the table it's, "John, run out This rule will not apply to all locali-
though it is said that the portion affected who deals extensively in oranges, in de orchard an' git me a few sours, ties and may not apply to that locality
this year shows more real black stated that the orange crop for 1886 chile," and she squeezes the juice over every year, but the fact is demonstrated -
rust than ever before. will not exceed that of last year. He her fish. If she wants to scour the that every'day the fruit growers of
The commercial results of rust are made accurate calculations in Los knives, the rubs them with half a Southern California are getting new

somewhat singular. The disease, or Angeles, San Bernardino and San lime. Limes are sauce, vinegar and ideas, and that each locality has its
whatever it may be, does not in the Diego counties. He found that the mustard. A house might about as peculiarities, which must be learned by
slightest depreciate tbe flavor of the trees are not bearing as much this well be without water as without lime experience. The vineyard will be
fruit; some say that the russets are year as last, but that the deficiency is trees in hot countries. And yet I watched with intense interest nextyearto
sweeter and better than the bright. made up by the fact that numbers of never have seen a native West Indian see what it does.-Riverside, Cal.,
It does somewhat check the growth, the trees that bore no fruit last year make out of them that refreshing drinkon Press.

and russets are, as a rule, something will have good fruit this year. Every- a hot day, lemonade. Well, all
smaller than the others, but at the where in Southern California the fruitis those miles and miles of rows of little
same time the skin is made harder, and remarkably fine. The crop is ex- trees that we saw growing on Mont A Good Education Pays.
1. In dollars and cents. All testi-
thus the fruit is capable of much longer pected to realize 500,000 boxes.- serrat produce limes. We did not see
transportation. But the stain plays Los Angeles (Cal.) Herald. any buildings that could well be used mony of statistics agrees in showingthat
the mischief with the price, and russets ...- for manufacturing or distilling the educated laborers, of all ranks,
sell from $1 to $2 per barrel less I The Lime Trees of Montserrat.THE juice, but here and there a small sugar have better work and better wages than

than their clean-faced companions.The I estate, with its chimney and sugar- the uneducated.
"SOURS" OF THE WEST INDIES- house.- West Indies Cor. New York 2. In influence and position. Care-
orange dealers are now arguingthe THE MANY USES OF LIMES. Times. ful estimates make it certain that the i
of whether the increase in
question .
At about 1 o'clock in the afternoonwe chances for promotion to places of 1
the of the fruit
durability atones were near enough to Montserrat to Northern Florida not Ahead. trust and power among men are almost
the decrease in the
price. Shipmentscan see the houses on shore and the remainsof Editor Floripa Dispatch: two hundred times as great to an edu- I
be made the Pacific I
now to coast windmills and fields of I notice that in article
a few great your entitled cated man as to an uneducated.
and from Florida
Europe (oranges lime trees. Its appearance is very Frost Work in Florida," in Dispatchof 3. In usefulness. The bulk of good
from that State have the call
different from that of St. Kitts. The January 25th, there are no returns" work in the world-discovery, inven- I'
world over) where before the advent
mountains are not so high, though still ; from Hillsborough county. tion,government. philanthropy and re
and knowledge of rust, it was impos- high enough, and the scenery is not so No seedling trees of any age were ligion-is brought about by those who j
sible. The
consuming territory is en- imposing, nor the fields so green, be- I killed in this vicinity. Buddings less learn to think by study.
larged greatly, but the price is cur- cause the fields are not so full of wav- 'than eight months old were killed but 4. In enjoyment. Our pleasuresgrow
tailed and the settlement of the ad-
ine sugar canes like those of St Kitts buddings older than that and not cultivated out of what we are ourselves,
vantages and disadvantages of the but of lime trees. These trees seemedat I later than October 1st are un more than from surroundings. A well
of affairs is difficult that of
state as as
the cause or causes of the rust.-JV. 0. first to us to be scattered helter- injured. Large st: lings, two weeks trained man sees, hears and handles a
Times-Democrat. skelter about the fields and to be very after the frost, began putting out vig- great deal more of the world than an
.... small tree indeed. But we saw, as orous growths from the very ends of untrained one. All things do him $
Florida versus California.In we drew nearer the shore and got at branches. Small lemon and lime good, not so much because he owns
reference to the effects on the the proper angle, that they are set out trees were killed. Lemon trees four them as because he understands them.
California orange market and of the in rows, like peaches or pears, at about years old uninjured. On January 12 I I He always has good things to think
injury to the Florida orange crop, a the same distances apart that peach the mercury dropped to 21above zero, about.Industrialist.



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f mixing only served to increase the diversities Hog and Dog. I which killed Pierre Lorillard's setters,

of type and colors bred, and There is a genuine scarce at the I and my pointers, and all the other

-- -- make definite experiments more hopeless North ever two sensations-hog disease New Jersey dogs this fall and winter.It .

Raising of Poultry for Profit. than ever. and the bite of mad dogs. The has assumed the dimensions of an

The writers and talkers who have A recent tour of several weeks development( of trichinosis, with h"r- epidemic.V ."

had the most to say in print and public through the agricultural districts of I rible and fatal: consequences to several \ (' have heard that dogs in the l lI

are not those directly interested in several counties: of this State but confirms families, has made the flesh of swine I Orient never become mad and their t

the question, \Vhat constitutes the best f our idea on this .-u h.ct. We unpopular in some quarters, while the bite is not dangerous. The reason as-

farmers breed{ of poultry ? Much has saw unmistakable traces of the pas majority continue) to eat sausage, ham, s gned is that these animals are permitted -
mixture of of the !best
been said and writtru on the subject, many modern sparerib, pig's: feet, etc., with either entire freedom and have no
breeds, more generally, perhaps, of the
being the varying expressions of opinions Light Brahmas and Plymouth Rock) reckless indin: rence or trustful appre- check put upon their natural appetite

basil on theory, hearsay and I ex- But in no case: did we find evidence of IH nslon. A Southern physician' says by confinement. The unlimited sup-

I perience. We plead guilty to our partin intelligent breeding, and we are more that, in a large practice of over forty ply of dogs in the East is an almost j

it all, and confess that it is not of than convinced that farmers will never years duration, he has never met witha intollerable nuisance to the Western
be satisfied with the of
profit to depend upon opinions based .! breeding until they learn profits that definite poultry case of trichinosis. He also declares tourist, but not to the native, who has

upon anything short of experience and results can only follow: systematic efforts. that a genuine case of rabies is very become used to this pest, just as the

observation, though it is sometimestrue ( .-Poultry and Farm Journal. rare indeed, and that the dog, as in Hindoos of Benares tolerate a wilderness -

that we may accept the statements ----- -.. fcV the poem, of the school books, oftener of monkeys-because they are

of those who are posted, where the Poultry Cholera. dies than the boy he bites. supposed to be sacred. It is a proofof
The Farm Field and
evidence is sufficient to establish the Stockman des- The fact is we cannot be too carefulin God's mercy that he bears patientlywith
cribes the fatal disease and
fact.We offers a eating any meat, especially hog a people who worship such cari-

have our opinions as to what remedy : flesh, of which we know nothing at catures of humanity.It .

kinds of fowls. farmers can depend "During or previous to an attack of all, and, as to dogs, when they put is a fact we believe that the Jews
cholera the f fowl has
upon for profit, and have experimented a dejected, sleepy their teeth in our corpus, it is prudent, are physically benefited by an avoid- .

considerably. We have had theories and droopy appearance,does not plume as an illustrious doctor once said, to ance of hog meat ; the more so as

which have disappeared before the itself: is extremely thirsty, has a slow, I let the animal survive, for, if it were some one has said that the only use

light Jet in by careful experiment. We stalking trait, seems nervous and rest- I dispatched, the idea of madness would God had for swine was putting devilsin

have held opinions for a long time, and less in countenance, and gaps often.It haunt the wounded person always and them. But, on the other hand, a
often and falls from weakness ,
then relinquished them in disgust; in staggers madness possibly ensue from morbid new dispensation has removed the bar
the combs and wattles lose
fact, the man who is not compelled to imagination rather than from lacera- of uncleanness} in such matters, while
do this cannot be learning anything of natural color, usually turning pale, tion of the limb.It not absolving man from the penalty of
and sometimes dark. Diarrhea
importance. What we would be gladto very is authoritatively stated that at poison from uncooked parasites. If
welcome in the Journal is such information sets in, .with a greenish discharge, sim- Chicago beef cattle unfit for humanuse people insist upon partaking of the
ilar to a mixtureof and
as might be derived from sulphur water, are often dragged, in a collapsed flesh of swine, let the microscopic but
the testimony of numerous farmers changing to a thin consistency with condition, from the cars, slaughteredand deadly worms contained therein be
froth. The fills with
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wfco have boen sufficiently interested mucus sold to outside markets. If that thoroughly cremated. Then one can
, wind, the food ii
not and
in digested, be the with beeves what understand how fellow who
poultry breeding to try experiments, case may not a poor
prostration is the result. On dissec-
and sufficiently observing to note causes one suspect of hogs sent from.abroad heard of a ham being cooked in champagne -
tion the gizzard will be found
and effects intelligently. to be by persons who are utterly careless of wished he was a ham.
At this season of the year large filled with dried up food, or with a anything but money profits ? The humorous side of the mad dog
greenish matter. The liver wit?! he
quantities:: of old and young fowls are To return to mad dogs. Undoubt- business is that not a few poor devils,
being shipped into this market from much enlarged and flabby, and so edly at the North there has been much learning of the care and gifts layished
tender that it will mash in the
country points all around us. In no disease among dogs, of high and low upon the Newark children in Paris,
hand, and split well
open as as being
season: have we seen: so many abomi- much congested. The heart is also ({egree. Valuable pointers belongingto are anxiously reported as treading on

nable, rough l looking, unattractive sometimes enlarged. The best remedy millionaires have not escaped any the tails of suspicious canines, in the

scrubs exposed in coops as have met is hypo,sulphite of soda. Give a heap more than outcast curs that gain a hope of procuring a free trip to Eu-
our disgusted optics this fall. This ing spoonful! in enough water to washit meagre subsistence from garbage in rope and a distinguished receptionfrom
''I down as soon as the scientific and sympathetic
stock shows evidence of wholesale and symptoms appear.It
back-alleys. Judge Peshall's testi-
followers of M. Pasteur.
purges violently. As soon as the -Augusta
indiscriminate crossing, but thoughthe fowl J becomes very weak after the dose mony is probably the most truthful.He (Ga.) Chronicle.

improved breeds have been used give five drops of mixture of equal says : "I am satisfied that none -.-----

t sufficiently to leave evident traces of parts of paregoric, tincture camphorand of the dogs have died of rabies, andI Maryland Peach-Growers Hopeful.We .

their blood, it is plain that nothing tincture gentian. As soon as it believe that none of the children learn, from a Washington dis-
improves feed on boiled milk thickened
systematic has been attempted. There with rice or stale bread." recently biten in Newark were bitten patch, of recent date, that informationfrom

seems to be a much smaller proportionof ___e--- .. by a mad dog. This opinion is various sections of the fruit-

good grades among the country of- | lFeed thrown carelessly to a flock of strengthened by the opinion of dog fan- growing districts of the peninsula

ferings this year than at any other fowls is sometimes lost beneath grassor ciers, and by what the best authoritieson gives assurance that the trees have

time during the past decade. Is there rocks, or is trodden under foot. Its the subject of diseases have writ- : not thus far been affected by the cold

I any cause for all this? distribution is thus very unequal. A ten. Rabies in dogs is a disease of weather. The prospects for a good

We explain the facts as we find feed box properly arranged obviatesall the nervous system, and it is always crop next season are very good up to

them, about as follows: During the these difficulties, and should always accompanied by a high fever. Pas- this time. An extensive grower in the

past few years a great many pure-bred be used where fowls need daily teur will cure the Newark children lower part of the peninsula has exam-

fowls have been purchased and taken and systematic feeding. There is no without difficulty, because they would ined his trees since the extremely cold

into farming communities, but they more fruitful source of cholera and not have had hydrophobia at all. The weather and finds them not only un-
other poultry diseases than water that
have not been bred pure. If crossingwas has become stagnant or heated. En- dog that bit them had a malignantform injured, but usually hardy. The own-

done, it was not by means of two deavor to have some kind of a troughor of ordinary distemper. I do not ers of several other large orchards

distinct varieties, thus producing a earthen vessel in a shady place, and mean that the bite of a dog is worse have made inspections with similar re-

progeny which would conform readilyto fill it with fresh water twice or even than when it is suffering from the sults. All, however, unite in the opin-

a certain type, but the pure fowls three times a day. The drinking cups same disease in a milder form. The ion that the trees had a narrow escape.
of hens with broods of chickens will
have lost their identity by being drop need especial attention, as bring shallow distemper i is called malignant because Growers say that this is a peach year,

ped into the midst of flocks of nondescript they are quickly emptied.-Poultry when seized with it the dog very seldom and unless something later befalls the

mongrels, where indiscriminate World. gets well. This is the disease trees all are hopeful of a big yield.



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J JI : often see in Connecticut, her native plate-a tea plate-whereon you put spring while the ground is frozen, is
It I-: State, and as I looked at the young your bread and butter. The bread itself for several l icasons a very f favorable

t lady I am speaking of at a Martha is a huge loaf, the butter fresh and time for hauling out manure. Every
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Washington tea-party at the Academyof sweet; and a knife is served with themas farmer should endeavor to keep his
Music one winter, sitting in a box sharp as a razor, which cuts the loaf help and teams as industriously employed -
and looking so sweet and pretty in her as if it were so much cheese.NewYork a, i is reasonable: during the
The Charm, Healthfulness and
Economy of Good House- white silk dress and powdered hair, I Tribune.. whole year, and all j jobs. which can be
keeping. couldn't help thinking that if the -e-- -- as well done dining winter should be
rearing of young American girls in A COVERING FOR WALLS AND attended to at that time Ha ling out
An American lady long resident in general were like hers we should hear i CEILINGS.-Pulverized steatite is com- stable manure stems to be one of these
England writes the following : "Have less than we now do of the wretched ing into use, quite satisfactorily! as a jobs which rannot only be done as
you a little daughter? If you have cooking, the troubles with servants, finish or covering for walls and ceil well, but much better in winter, when
then teach her how to cook, always the uncomfortable homes and the sub- ings. It is simply soapstone ; it takesa thf ground i is frozen, if snow is not

providing that you know how your- sequent selling off' of the household high- -polish, is pearl- gray-- in tint, deep: us at any other time of the year.
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the best surface for
self; if you don't know how, then pro- goods at fearful sacrifice and movinginto presents Ut course: thIs implies that the barn
ceed to learn at once, and communicate hotels and boarding houses in painting, either in oil or water color, cellar, or other places where the ma-
such knowledge as you obtain to sheer despair. There was a time when aud will neither crack nor chip. It nure is thrown, is sufficiently protectedto
your child. The trouble about this this young lady's mother would tip us is claimed for it that it is a nonconductor avoid much frost in the manure,
culinary question is that women who the wink and we'd casually stroll into and non-absorbent ; that it can be and provided with doors that can be
don't know much about it are apt to the kitchen to see the little thing washed without injury ; nails can be opened or closed at any time. If

look upon it either as an occult science baking a little pie in a patty pan, or driven into it without damage; when drawn out during winter it not only
intricate than subject to heat, moisture, and chem- furnishes work for and
more astronomy, something of the sort; but that was help teams
and which they are as little likely to when she was so small that she was ical fumes, it gives no smell, andit which otherwise might not be em-

master; or else they think iris nothing, quite as anxious to show us she could does not turn yellow with age. It ployed, but the ground being frozen
and that they have only got to take aI read in the Third Reader without is thought to be specially adapted for solid, and the teams in good heart, .
book of recipes and read it aloud to'I' spelling many of the words as she was hospitals, factories, cellars, markets, they will often haul with ease loads of
the flour barrel and the lard jar, and to let us know she could roll and mix etc.-N. Y.: Sun."JERKING" double the size they could after the
these ingredients will see the force of dough. Now her kitchen knowledgeis ---is-a method-- --of---presevingmeat frost is out of the ground in spring,

the suggestions and immediately pro- as firmly fixed in her brain as her sometimes adopted in hot cli and especially over land which, after .
ceed to work themselves into palatable knowledge of reading is. What she the frost is out, would be so wet and
mates. It consists In cutting the lean
forms. Cookery is not so much a science knows she has learned little by little, soft as to be almost impassible.We .
parts of the meat into thin slices and
as it is an art, just as music or step by step, from her very babyhood, exposing those to the sunshine until cannot afford to handle manure
painting or acting is. A bookis and she more than is absolutely and
cookery can no more forget how to quite dry and brittle, when they are necessary,
like the pianist's score, the actress' cook and sew than she can how to bruised in a mortar and pressed into when we draw it to the field we should .
play book-invaluable to start off with, read and write. meats adds put it where it is to stay, either by
pots. Salting chiefly by
but whose services must be supple- "Our English table is not very different abstracting water from the albuminous spreading it directly from the cart, or
mented by taste skill by putting it in small to be
perseveranceand from the average American ta portions of the meat, by which its disposition heaps,
long practice. And practice is ble. Everything is spotlessly neat, of to change is lessened.A spread before they are soaked by rainor
what few women are willing to give to course; but neatness is a quality not ------e- frozen so they cannot be spread
kitchen art. They will sit down to lacking in the United States; it is the physician tells us that preventive with ease.Ve cannot aiiurd in ordi-

the piano and strum for hours at a slatternly servants,most of them Euro- measures are generally taking the nary farm practice, to pile manure in
piece that they know they'll never be pean importations, called from the i place of the heroic treatment long the field and then load it again. But
able to play before folks ; or they'll lower classes, that make American prevalent in medical practicewhichis leaving manure in small heaps on the
give up days and weeks to some trump homes so unbearable in this respect.An good news. Regularity of habit, field during winter I consider one of
ery of worsted work, while everybodyin untidy servant: would have to walk moderation in all things, simple food, the least convenient ways of managingit
the house, themselves included( is the plank very soon in an English pure air, freely inhaled day and night ; and, although it is often done by
groaning with dyspepsia superinducedby household. The home of gentlefolksin and the avoidance of continued or excessive good farmers, yet it looks to me like a
bad cooking. England may be dull ; it may be strain of mind and muscle, are very shiftless practice. A much better
"Our mothers of to-day, bless their poor even ; but it is imperative that it main conditions of comfortable and way i is to spread it from the cart.
loving but mistaken hearts, are so should be quiet and scrupulously neat. protracted life. This is not the best,but it is the easiest
---- ---- --------- --- of it. When in
anxious to keep the childli yes of their And one reason, I think, which, in -- ---- ---- way handling spread
little daughters free from anything spite of the levelling tendencies of the When and How to Apply Stable this way, the soluble parts will be
like thaldrom-except that which is age, keeps English servants so good as Manure. soaked by the rain evenly into the

unavoidable, school studies-that they they are, is that ladies are bound to Stable manure is a heavy, bulky, soil, just where they are needed, and
rarely call upon their girls for any sort tell the truth about servants to other material, says J. W. Pierce in the New not in spots, as they would be if left
of help in the kitchen. As soon as ladies who call on them for their ref-- England Farmer, and in applying it long in small heaps.
school is out, 'Go play,dear,' says kind erences. Thus if an 1 nglish lady were to our land we have to handle a large Many fear that if manure is left
mamma to her little daughter. Now to find that several other ladies spokeof amount of water and other material of spread on tae: surface for any length of
the fact is that a limited amount of a servant as untidy, that servant's comparatively little value in order to time it will waste by evaporation, butI
kitchen work is no hardship to any chances for employment would be apply enough of the essential elementsfor am satisfied, by a careful study of
the scientific aspect of the case, as wellas
one, not even the smallest child ; it is ruined ; for no one wants an untidy abundant crops. And when we by my own observation, that thereis
even diverting; and the lessons taughtin servant. have much of it to handle, especiallyif no appreciable loss in this way, by
this way are invaluable. I know a "We do not use in England those we have to draw it far at the busy the exposure of unfermented manure,
I young lady in New York who at eigh- little .tiny plates of which we see so season of planting or over soft land in and that the only possible loss of any
teen is a better cook and housekeeper many on an American dinner table. wet weather, we find it a tedious job, amount is by washing off from very
hilly land, when the ground is frozen,
needlewoman and manager than many The fact is there is nothing like the and often planting is considerably delayed and that this loss is seldom great. ',
women of forty. And why? Becauseever I profusion of vegetables here in Eng- by the time required to get the -f, --- -
since she was old enough to walk land that there is America. Such as manure spread upon the land. Hence A wire run along the top of the old- 1

she has been encouraged to toddle there are are taken on the plate with when and how to apply it in the most fashioned straight rail and block fence .i
around and help her mother; one of the meat; but there is always placedat economical manner is a matter of no will keep the stock away from it; and '
those beautiful, neat housekeepers we each person's plate an additional little importance. The winter or early save trouble in putting up riders.





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fhe 410rida 'isyn.ch.fACKSONVILLE The acreage devoted to the cultiva- Mealy Bug. Agriculture in 1885.

tion of tobacco in the United States is I Editor Florida Dispatch : The Annual Agricultural Report of

--- FLA., FEB. 15, 1886. said to have increased from 638,841acres Can you give me a remedy for the Commissioner Colman will soon be ,

D. REDMOND, Editor. in 1880 to 700,000 acres at the mealy bug, that often disfigures, and I issued; and, among other interestingand

CHAS. W. DaCOSTA, Proprietor. present time, while the product has think, seriously injures our orange important facts and summaries it

Vubtcription ':1.00 per annum,in advance. increased from 472,661,000 pounds to tree. ? C.REPLY. will state that the season has been a

-- KATES OF ADVERTISING. -- 600,000,000 pounds. Until 1870 Virginia .-We have heretofore given i full average one of productiveness.The .

tracted.9&-Payable in advance, unless otherwise con- I led as a tobacco manufacturingState. several remedies for this little pest, area of corn was 73 130,150acres

8PACE. 1 WEEKll, KO. g o.6_:_ HO. 1 YEAR Now Kentucky is first. The and now offer another, from a late num- an increase of five per cent. over

i Isqr_. S200 $600 11200 I 1160012200! late crop of that State is said to be the ber of Vick's Magazine: : that of last year. The yield is 26.5
2 350 i 1050 2100 2S00, 88 00
col600 18 00 36 00 4800 1 6400 largest ever raised, with the exceptionof "I have beeu using the kerosene bushels per acre, against 25.8 last

8: "" 1200 800 a6 24 00 00 72 48 00 00 64 96 00 00 118 85 00 00 that of 1817, which amounted to emulsion, spoken of in last year's Magazines year. The product of corn is 1,936-

3 s 1-1 UO 42 00 84 00 112 00 150 00 for the mealy bug, and find it 176,000 bushels
1" 1800 54 00 108 00 144 00 19'200 181,484,000 pounds. against 1,795,528,000last
.. works well. I prepared it by putting increase of
AUTHORIZED AGENT milk into fruit year, 140,648,000
slightly sour a glass jar
To receive Subscriptions to this Paper: with the required amount of kerosene. bushels or 7.8 per cent. The average
BUBNER&: Co.,57 and 59 Ludgate Hill, London Leod of the Tallahasst
an, gives us
valuation is 32.8
England. This I 'churned' by inserting the end cents per bushel, and
AMERICAN NEWS Co., New York. this cool item "Mr. E. W. Clark had
: of a large brass syringe: into the mix- the aggregate value is $635,675,630.
WESTERN NEWS Co.,Chicago, 111. '
W. L. 8IMS. Interlacben Fla. 42 alligators, ranging from one to ture, and working it pretty forcibly a Full returns fromthe wheat
I P. O. UPDEGRAFF &: Co., Irvington, Ind. crop
WILL. E. SIMPSON, Nassau, N. P. three feet in length, in a shallow pool few minutes. In a short time the con- show a decline of thirty per cent. from
tents of the jar will thicken and be-
back of his store. When the cold
the of last reductionin
SPECIAL CLUB EM 2E& come a smooth, jelly-like mass, whichcan aggregate year, a
We have made arrangements with the pub- wave came the pool froze solid and be for when needed if harvested of than
lishers and will club THE DISPATCH with kept use acres more
any of the iollowlng publications, which will the alligators were embedded in ice excluded from the air. When put into 5,000.000 acres, and an value
be mailed promptly upon receipt of price, for average
ONE YEAR. for four days. Every one who saw water, use the syringe to mix the two increased from 65.7 cents to 77.1 cents
THE FLORIDA DISPATCH Regular Club thoroughly. This emulsion has not
them deader
AND Price. Rate. reptiles pronounced per bushel. The total acreage of wheatwas
American Agriculturist.............81.50 S2.00 $2.50 injured the tenderest plant, and is sure
Am. Bee Journal...... .................. 1.00 2.00 2.30 than Hector, but when the ice thawed, death to mealy bugs and aphis." 34,189,246 acres, the total yield
Atlantic Constitution....... .... ... 1.50 2-00 3.00 show of life and
Atlantic Monthly Magazine...... 4.00 2.00 4.75 they began to signs 357,112,000 bushels, and the aggre-
Country Gentleman......... .......... 2.50 2.00 3.50 all but three ------ -A-- -- --
Century: Magazine...................... 4.00 2.00 5.00 yesterday crawled out as gate value 8275,320,390. The area of
Detroit Free Press......................... 1.00 2.00 2.75 gay as larks."
Electric Magazine....................... 5.00 2.00 5.25 Florida's Finances.The oats was enlarged by substitution for
Florida Weekly Times............... l.uO 2.00 2.50 ---- -- -- --
Family Story Paper..................... 3.00 2.00 3.75 Railroad Over the Keys. floridian says, if a continuousand that of wheat destroyed, and the en-
Fireside Companion..................- 3.00 2.00 3.75
Frank Leslie's 111. Weekly....... 4.00 2.004.75 The Key West Democrat says: rapid increase in the taxable resources tire increase over last year is estimatedat
Frank Leslie's Pop. Monthly..... 3.00 2.00 4.00
Frank Leslie's Sund'y Mag'zlne 2.50 2.00 4.00 "We hear a great cfeal of talk about of a State is the best evidenceof 22,783,630 acres, as against 21,300-

Golden Days............................... 3.00 2.00 3.75 the railroad West 917 last increase of
Harper's Illustrated Weekly.... 4.00 2.00 1.75liarper's to Key notwithstanding its prosperity-and we know of no year, an seven per

Harper's Illustrated Ill. Young People Bazar........... 2.00 4.00 2.00 2.W 3.00 4.75 which few people have any better-Florida has no equal in that cent. The estimated yield is 27.2

Harper Monthly Magazine...... 4.00 2.00 4.50 idea of the of the under- bushels the is
Hotel News 2.0) 2.00 2.75 feasibility respect. In 1880 the assessment rolls per acre, average price

Llpplncott's Household..Monthly................Magazine................ 3.00 1.10 2.00 2.00 2.25 3.75 taking. Because we are about sixty- showed the value of the taxable pro- 28.5 cents per bushel, and the total

Nebraska Farmer........................ 1.00 2.00 2.75 five miles from the mainland, it is yield 629,409,000 bushels aggregatingin
be in 1881 it ,
North American Review............ 5.00 2.00() 5.75 gen- perty to 631,157,845,
New York Weekly Sun............... 1.00 2 00New 2.50 erally supposed the road would he a in 1882 value $179,631,860.Rye .
$36,243,543 $45,285,977
was ,
York Weekly Herald......... 1.00 2.00 2.50
New York Weekly Tribune....... 1.25 2.00 2.75 difficult matter to build but such is
in 1883 $55.349,311, in 1884 $00,042-(; ,buckwheat barley averagedfair
New York Weekly Times........... 1.00 2.00 2.50
New York Weekly World...... i.oO 2.00 2.50 not the case. The route along in
proper 655 and 1885 $70,667,458 each few
beingan being a points
Popular Science Monthly........... 5.00 2.00 5.75 crops
.. Philadelphia Weekly Times...... 1.00 2.00 2.50 which this road should be built wouldbe increase of about $40,000,000 in below last year's yield.
- People's Journal....................._ 1.50 2.00 2.25
Puck............................................5.00 2.00 5.50 the western coast to a point about five of one hundred cent. in Potatoes were generally and
Rural Californian....................... 1.50 2.00 2.50 years per very
.. Southern Cultivator.................... 1.50 2.00 2.75 fifteen miles east of Cape Sable; thence four and ten million in one year. very seriously injured in all the noted
j Scientific American................... 3.20 2.00 4.25 years
f Saturday Night. 3.00 2.00 3.75 along the mud flats to Arsenicker While this exhibit may appear small\ potato-growing States. An unusuallysmall
Savannah Weekly News......_... 1.25 2.00 2.50
Southern Bivouac...................... 2.00 2.00 3.00 keys, thence across to Big Baya in comparison with many other and crop is the result, and high prices
Southern Live Stock Journal.. 2.00 2.00 2.75 .
1 St. Nicholas................................. 3.00 2.00 4.00 Honda and along the inner bay keys. older States, none can show such a are predicted, especially should the

The(Scribner Century)Monthly...............Magazine..............._ 4.00 2.00 5.00 This is by far the shortest and best relative gain. The bonded indebtedness stock of winter-stored potatoes prove
waverly Magazine..................... 4.00 2.00 5.00 '
Western World........................... 1.00 2.00 2.00 'I route, and with the exception of about of the State, as appears from said unsound.

The above are among the very best publications two miles, we can wade the entire distance report, is in a most satisfactory condi-- Cotton has made a premium crop.
although we are able to club with oth- !
ers. Write us for terms with any other paperor to the mainland. tion. The entire outstanding debt is Other principal have enjoyed
periodical, not In this list, and we shall ----.. crops
beerfully quote club rates. $1,067,400, and of this $594,700 is conditions that favored a medium
Remittances should be sent by Check Let Up on the Orange.A .
Order Postal Note or Registered Letr.uidrecsed held by the several educational fundsof yield excepting potatoes, which suffered -
to correspondent in Marion county
C. W. DaCOSTA, writes the State, leaving only $472,700 in very generally and very seriously -
T AI'1rROI\I"'TT.T." FT.A. the hands of outside parties to be pro- I by rot in the latter part of the
"Had we not, Mr. Editor, better let
vided for at maturity. With such a season.
In planting vegetables or small up a little on the orange? Do you not .
showing as this it is to under-
t grain, be sure to use only the best, think we have gone it a little two
stand why Florida securities are in Too Far North.In .
freshest, and heaviest seed. strong on orange culture and neglectedthe
L, culture of other products espe- i' such demand, and readily command a Greenland attempts have been

Mr. S. A. Pierce, who wrote us some high premium.The made to raise some of the common
cially adapted to our climate and
time since in regard to Bermuda people of Florida have cause to plants of our gardens. At the Dan-
soils, and which really give more profitto
Grass, will please send his postoffice the acre, with scarcely any liabilityto congratulate themselves upon the ish station of Godthaab (latitude 64)

address. We have a letter for him in injury from freezing? It occurs to healthy condition of their State finances close to the open sea, turnips, radishes,

f this office. and the evidence given of lettuce and parsley are almost the only
me that the culture of the Scupper- upon
Machine. their continued good management. plants that can be cultivated with
Rice Threshing nong grape, for wine-making, and

Editor Florida Dispatch : perhaps the raising of tobacco, present They have reason also to feel assured I any success. Attempts have been I

Can you or any of your subscribers & greater and surer profit than the that the genius of progress and mate- I made to cultivate potatoes, but the

inform us where machines for thresh- orange, with less time in arriving at rial advancement which has so impressed tubers never attain a size larger than

ing rice can be obtained? itself beloved State marbles and are only and
; Yours results and little or no liability to in. upon our grown
respectfully, since the beginning of the present decade eaten as curiosities. Under the most
I, WILLIAMS & HUBBARD, jury from the cold, etc. Shall be

Crescent City, Fla., Feb. 8, 1886. glad to receive suggestions on this sub- is not in the least abating, but favorable circumstances green peas

i [Shall be glad to publish a satisfac- ject from your able and practical cor- that a future of even greater pros- only produce shells, in which the peas

tory reply to the above.-ED.] respondents." perity awaits us. are barely recognizable.



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I Ensilage. THE LATE COLD WEATHER. in strong papers or little boxes, such State Items.A .

Editor Florida Dispatch : portions of materials of interest as public driveway is to be openedup

Has-Ensilage, or the packing away Resolutions of the Florida Press can well be transported in this way. on the river bank from Daytona to

of green forage in pits or"silos" proveda Association.At The descriptions thereof must be given Blake. .

success, and do you consider it espe separatejy, by letter, noting all the It is said that Mr. Jones of Webster -
cially desirable for Florida? A reply the late Gainesville meeting of _,
will oblige a regular subscriber.D. the "Florida Press Association," Major particulars of position and localities. lost 1,400 quarts of strawberriesby t

P. L. Fairbanks offered the following resolutions "Outcrops of rocks, of whatever the freeze.

REPLY. We believe the advocatesof kind, should be reported also,
which were adopted, and tel- Moody and Sankey, the world-

this new system of saving forage egraphed North as an Associated Press wherever found in the State, espe- renowned revivalists, are soon to visit i

claim that it has been quite successfulat dispatch : cially if the rocks contain fossils of Jacksonville.Over 1

the North and in Europe ; but we The Florida Press Association any kind. '
assembled $15,000 worth of real estate 1 1i
cannot that consider it at all in annual Minerals of supposed importanceto
say we regular meeting, i has been sold about Starke since the .1
desirable, where we have a superabundance having had their attention drawn to science, or for economical

of fresh, green forage, from the exaggerations and misrepresentations purposes, may be sent by mail to freeze of last month.

the field, almost any day in the year. of correspondents of leading pa- extent of four pounds weight. Such ] E. B. Jordan, of Ocala, has received 1i 1irIr.
in Northern
cities as to the extentof Cal.
pers an order from Riverside, ,
should be in .
We know very little of Ensilage, ex- the damage done in Florida by the put up strong packages.The
perimentally; but we find some rele- recent almost unprecedented cold descriptions concerning them for 50,000 young orange trees. !

vant remarks on the subject in a late weather, and knowing that thousandsof must be given by letter. All such Col. J. B. Dell, of Alachua county,

number of the New Orleans Picayune, persons looking forward to settle remittances will receive prompt atten is cultivating, this season, the largest
ment in this State are disturbed by
tion. vegetable farm in that county.
we copy: these unfounded statements, deem it
"Dr. J. B. Lawes casually remarksin proper to make a true and candid By such help as above indicated, I There have been 686 deeds filed for

the London Agricultural Gazette statement of the facts as they exist, much assistance will be afforded in record in the Clerk's office of Orange

{that. Ensilage advocates have been without coloring and without partiality. making out the plan of operations, county for property transfers this year.A .
I guilty of great exaggeration, and that It is therefore
and early attention to those particulars Mr. Kinsman, near Kissimmee,
the 'promised revolution, which the Resolved, That we members of the
on the part of the people is desired has 160 of the land in cabbagesthat
silo was to cause, has not yet put in Florida Press Association,coming from acres
an appearance. all parts of the State, and therefore as work in this preliminary sur- are very fine and now ready to
"Pr. J. B. Lawes ought to be accepted cognizant of the real condition of the vey is already commenced. This service -

as excellent authority on the orange groves, as now shown at the is not expected to interfere with ship.The
silo and Ensilage question. Facts end of thirty days from the time of the duties. Address Commercial Telephone com-
University ,
;about Ensilage may be plausibly arrayed freeze, state the following as the true my J. KOST pany have put up a line between Tocoi
so as to make a pretty good show facts in reference thereto : and St. Augustine, via the St. Johns
jug in favor of this mode of savingI First. That in consequence of the Tallahassee, Florida. railway.
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winter feed for cattle; so may facts be exceeding low temperature the larger
Kind of Settlers. Mr. T. J. Baker made last
Right : year
plausibly arrayed by criminal lawyersin part of the fruit remaining on the trees
favor of notorious criminals, misleading was frozen. The Lakeland News pungently twenty-three barrels of good syrup on
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juries, but not often the pub- That bearing trees and trees says oJ : "What Florida needs is not theland I tnree-tourtns 01 an acre 01__ >r aKuuaI

lic. The most weighty facts to our which were in a healthy condition re- speculator, who lives on theprofits I 1; county land. ..
mind are against the silos. Not that ceived no injury, although losing their that others have made
( or gains kee
Mr. E. 0. Stanard of Pauasof ,
Ensilage is humbug by means leaves and witha
any any : are already budding,
him but the
-well saved it, doubtless, is a good prouiise of a fair crop for the present for laboring man, or man is the first man in the State to ship

thing-but it costs more to feed one or year. of moderate means, who works and :strawberries:; this season. lie began

a hundred head of cattle, mules or Third. That while the trees in the adds to the value of the material he shipping on the 2d inst.

:" horses on Ensilage than on dry food. more northerly counties are not as: advanced I handle:*, and thus adds permanent
There is skill needed in I Lieut. Greeley, of Arctic fame, has
' more saving I in budding out, it is believed wealth to the community. The man
green food than dry, and more risk of I that in no portion of the orange grow I a track of 160 acres of land at the
who purchases land at $1 acre and
spoiling it. It is more inconvenient to ing region of Florida have the trees per south end of Lake Conway, some
handle than hay, and there's no moneyin received any material injury. sells it $10 per acre without improvement twelve miles north of Kissiramee.
it more than hay, probably not so Fourth. That it has been (demonstrated does not add to the wealth of
much. The advantages of Ensilageover that orange trees can sustain a the State. But he who clears land The business men of Eustis are trying

hay have never yet been provedup. much lower degree of cold than has and cultivates it, producing food and to build up u wholesale trade for

." been heretofore supposed, giving renewed that section and will erect a large ware-
.. articles of economy, by so doing ren-
assurance of the safety( and house at that place for grain, hay, fuel
ders the land more valuable, and is a
DmIORALIZEDThe! cold weatherpf durability of the orange growing in- and fertilizers.On .
a few weeks ago has utterly demor- terests of the State.Geological. helper to the commonwealth. Ofcourse .k f
..- must handle the land the Halifax coast are several
alized our people. During the past some one ,
two weeks theie has only been about Survey. I. but all cannot thus engage and enhancethe large trees. In the hammock west of

35 acres set to orange trees, within a Governor Perry has appointed Prof: wealth of the country at large. It I Daytona is a live oak that three feet

radius of two miles from the court J. Kost, of Tallahassee, to make a is the active, intelligent labor, bring- I from the ground measures thirtyninefeet

house, and we hear of about the same preliminary geological survey of the ing form and beauty out of material in circumference.Mr. .

State of Florida, and he has already that adds to wealth and prosperity of the
amount that will be set out during the' Frank Sanderman, of Glasgow,

cl next few weeks. A few more scare- commenced operations. Many of the land." .. Scotland visited Floral City last
railroad and steamboat lines have -
outs from cold would set the whole I Havana Tobacco Seed for Free Dis I week prospecting for lands and orange
offered him free for himself
f (country to orange trees. All the trees passage tribution.The groves for a colony. He was highly
and assistant and in article in I
been taken from one an South Florida Railroad ( the
it set out have nurseries Company pleased with country.
the Tallahassean he makes known several I with the desire diversity i
to encourage
, and in condition ,
here, are as good Just as we'go to press we learn of
ways in which all can aid him in of crops cultivated in South '
if no cold had come them.- which
as of
upon the
perfection arrangements
rl this work. They are as follows: Florida, have imported from Havanaa
Branson Times. -.- "To forward the enterprise it is large quantity of choice tobacco assure usea $100,000 sugar refinery,
seeds, which, with the best informa- capable of turning out 10,000 poundsof
It is said that the Rev. W. W. desirable that all persons engaged in
tion that can be obtained as to the cul- -Kissimmee Leader.
Hicks has the finest truck farm in digging wells, or making other exca- tivation of tobacco in Cuba, will be sugar per day.

, Orange county. He has thousands of vations will keep a careful log of their furnished, on application to the Land Over 175,000 acres of land is saidto

cauliflowers, ten of thousands of tomato penetrations of depths, noting thick- Department of the South Florida have changed hands during the past

plants, cabbeges, and onions, and ness and character of strata or layers, Railroad Company, to all persons who thirty days in Levy county, the purchasers -
desire to experiment in this direction.
J green peas nearly ready for the table. reporting by mail the same to the undersigned WALTER GWYNN, 1 ouying for the purpose of colonizing -

II This is far,'better than "dabbling the State Geologist. With such Gen. Land Agt., S. F. R. R. and selling off*the land to act-

dirty waters of politics." reports it is well to send, also by mail), Sanford, Florida. ual settlers.

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The drive around Lake Lucerneat old plants over summer as an experi-- of iron or stone, tied to each end of a along the lee side of such mountains. I

Orlando has been opened up, ment to test their fruiting capacity in rope five or six feet long, or one end This is why so little rain falls in Colo-

a bridge is i being put in, and it will be the second year. of the rope may be tied to the side of rado, and in other places north and 1

only a short time until this will become r..- the stall, and the weight on the other. south of that State. The prevailingwinds
I The Farmer and Gardeners' Work
one of the most pleasant drives Shop. Besides the extra convenience of application blow from the west, and the cool

the city affords. Every farmer, market gardener and this method does away with tops of the Rocky Mountains lower

Grading on the Florida Midland fruit grower whose business requiresthe the pressure of the rope on the milk their temperature and thus take out

Railroad is progressing finely. Iron keeping of a team, or even one veins and udder, which must be more the moisture that would otherwise' fall

for the road as far as Lake Jesup is now horse, should also have a few carpen or less disadvantageous.. .. in rain. l\hn are building waterwaysto
on the way, and the work of laying it ters' tools, a bench and a vise. It draw off this mountaindepositedwater
The New
will commence shortly. The ties for would be more convenient to have a Knitting Craze. and conduct it off into the dry
We learn from our Northern exchanges -
that much of the road we are reliably suitable room specially for a work plains and irrigate them. They restoreto

informed have already been bought.- shop; but if that is impossible, then a that the fashionable young the soil the moisture that has been

Banner. corner of the main floor of the barn ladies of Philadelphia are enthusiasticjust taken away by the cool mountain

will do. now about knitting stocking climate, so that it does not fall in
A surveying party commenced Fri- The time in calling
they formerly spent -
natural rain.--Prairie Farmer.
day to make a preliminary survey of: If provided with a few suitable or novel reading is now devotedto -.- -
the Tallahassee and Thomasville rail- tools, any man of ingenuity can do manufacturing the cutest kind of Silk Culture Not a Success.In .

road. Three of the trustees of the many a job of repairing for himself, dainty silk stockings of various colors the pleasant and instructive

Tallahassee railroad fund will leave which would otherwise cost him con- and sizes, marked with charming "Farm Talks" of Ben. Perley Poore,

shortly for Savannah to discuss meas- siderable money, and often great loss clocks in silver and gold thread. to the readers of the American Cultivator
ures and means for an early beginningof of time besides. To illustrate: While find this
Many of them have forgotten, for the we passage :
work on the road. plowing corn, one day, when a boy, time being, their stupid but pictur- "I have on several occasions sug-

The South Florida Railroad Com- the plow point caught on an unseen esque poodles; have almost discarded gested that silk might be raised with

pany, to encourage diversity of the root, and the sudden jerk broke the afternoon drives through the beautiful profit in this country, thereby affording -
beam. My\ employer who was work-
crops, cultivated in South Florida, avenues of Fairmount Park, and have employment to thousands of refined -
i ing with me in the same field
have imported from Havana a large gaveme become experts in judging silk threads, and well educated young women.
quantity of choice fresh tobacco seed, his horse and plow, and then taking for patience and time required to The wood cards, the spinning wheels,
mine went to the barn. There he i the l looms of other have been
which will be furnished on application match delicate shades in shops, and days,
to the land department of the made and put in a new beam, which caution is necessary to get right quali- dipensedith; by modern improvements -
did not take more than two or three and there is little for farmers'
South Florida Railroad Company to ties. These maidens who knit because
all persons iu that section who desireto hours. He lived three miles from they like it, not for hard cash, seldom sisters and daughters to do beyond the
town and it would have taken him
experiment in this direction.Strawberries i sew alone, for knitting circles" are apart ordinary housekeeping. I have thoughtthat
longer than that to have gone to town I silk would be
--4 S. of the programme, and these raising .a pleasant
at Lawtey.The and had it mended, so he probably gatherings are not surpassed as gossiping -J i and profitable occupation, .but Com-
saved time as well as money. I missioner Colman informs that it
Lawtey ((Fla.) correspondent of centres-at least so rumor hath I me
the Starke Telegraph writes : Winter is a season of comparativeleisure it-by the most ancient of church has been tested during the past season

"E. L. Stafford has, probably, the to most farmers and many sewing meetings. I I in Missouri, and that the results have
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At that time would
gardeners. they
been After having
finest strawberry plantation in this vi- How Rain is Produced.Did very unsatisfactory. -
find a work-room and set of tools .
very worked all the
cinity,though he has fewer plants than it ever occur to the reader that summer, gathering
useful. There are many agricultural leaves and feeding the silk those
either Col. Shipman or John Noble. there is just as much water in the air worms,
implements which any man who is who in the business
Theirs are interspersed the above him on a clear bright : a year
among day, a son a
with tools make for
handy easily
find themselves no better oil than
orange trees, but Mr. Stafford's, numbering cloudy or rainy one ? Rain does not ago
himself, and thus find profitable occu- the I
they were at beginning.
about 50,000, form a solid, unbroken come from somewhere else, or if it is regret-
pation for many stormy days throughthe ted to hear this
plantation of two and a half to wafted over you by the wind from else-
winter and spring, when it wouldbe ment, and I hope that the price of
three The beds
acres. are well ridged where, the water that was over you is
impossible to work out of doors.Vick's .-
up-safe against any flooding; the simply wafted on to some other place. cocoons may yet be so advanced as to
Magazine February. afford fair for the labor
rows are as straight as a string; the .. What is said above explains this. I a return expended -
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edges of .the beds are as smooth as if A Lawyer's Persuader for a Kick- Water is absorbed in the air above us, in- producing--.-them.-, -

they had been sandpapered; the plants ing Cow.A at a certain temperature, and it be- Meat in Chicago.

strong and high-colored. Mr.\ Noble's correspondent of the Live-Stock comes insensible. Cool that air by a Very few persons have any idea of

also look well. He has bestowed an I Record gives the following directions wind draft of cooler atmosphere, or the enormous amount of business done

incredible amount of labor on them for milking a kicking cow: "Pass a by electrical or chemical influences by some of the Western pork houses.

during]the past summer, working under small rope, three-eighths or onehalfan I and the moment the.air becomes coolerit L For instance, the firm of Armour &

I great disadvantages, in wind and inch, or a narrow strap, over the gives up some of the watery parti- I Co., who have houses in Chicago, Milwaukee

rain,since the greater part of the land back of--the cow. Take both ends in cles that were insensible or invisibleat I and Kansas City, did a busi-

I occupied by the plants was in a raw one hand, and with the other pass the the higher temperatures. These : ness last year of $102,000,000. The

condition less than a year ago. Last rope oackwards till it rests against the small particles thus given out unite, amount from the killing in Chicago,

spring he had about 5,000 plants,which front part of the udder with its junc- and when enough of them coalesce, exclusive of the product brought from '

were set wholly in November, that ture with the body. On top put the obstruct the light and show as clouds other packers, was $42,000,000. Com-

yielded him $110. His whole planta- rope across her rump about middle When enough of them unite to be pare these figures with those which

tion, comprising about one'acre, yielded ways between a line extending from too heavy to float in the air, they represent the busines3 of the Pennsyl-

him $390 worth of berries, at an hip to hip and the tail. Draw moderately begin to descend ; pair after pair of vania railroad, the largest railroad in

expense of about $15 for commercial tight-not too tight-and tie. them come together until a rain dropis the country, $98,000,000. Armour &

fertilizer. Mr. Stafford had last spring Thus bandaged, your cow will kick formed. One of these minute rain- Co., employ in Chicago 5,500 men, exclusive .

about 12,000 plants,from which he has just enough to learn that she mustn't." drops is made up of millions of infinitely of 102 in the Chicago office. t

sold $380 worth of berries, of whichhe A Columbus (Ohio) lawyer has a ] small watery particles. Air, These three houses have on their pay

counts $320 as clear profit; 12,000 plan which gees far ahead of this. passing over the cold tops of moun- rolls over 10,000 men. The house of

plants would cover about threefifthsof He simply hangs a weight across the tains is cooled down so that it gives upa Swift & Co., packers at the stock

,, an acre. He thinks he can clear cow's back, and then milks in peace. good of the concealed watery vapor, yards, will kill the current year l

,::.' $500 an acre. He has saved all his The weight may be eight or ten pounds and hence little rain falls in the region $50,000,000 worth of beef.: They killJ'


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.- .. ..- .. THE FLORIDA DISPATCH 13L:
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I every day 1,600 head of fine, fat cattle. The seat Murbleliead Seedl+iuutt). Sc-oU's Emulsion ofl'ureCod Liver I

t' For" James J. H. Oil I, with, Ilypopliospliites, I
The products bought up at the stock thirty years Gregory In Pulmonary Affections and Scrof-

yards last amounted to $1,000- of Marblehead\ l\Ia\ -8., has been
year ulo-.s. Di.-ea?es Dr. Ira M. Lang

000 every working day in the year, distributing his Seed all over the New York says: "I have prescribed

making the entire amount over $300- United Statfs until his name has become Scott's Emul:>ion and used it in my Fruit and Vegetable Market.

000,000. a household word in the houseof family and I am greatly pleased ith FLORIDA DISPATCH LINE 1

---r.A ... it. Have fund it very strvietahlo in 261 BROADWAY NEW YORK Feb. 12,1885.j
nearly farmer, and his Seeds
I Scrofulous diseases and PP
r ought have established for themselves an international monary Florida Oranges, fancy per crate. 3 50a 3 75
be I affections. Florida Oranges, fair to good crt. 2 OOa 3 00
to a separate department somewhere reputation. The value ofa --..W"- Florida Oranges, frozen inl'r, crt. 50a 1 00
Florida Oranges, russets crate. 2 00a 3 00
around the hotel for the pr
guests cr-ip of any kind is always determined Those who have used! the Boss::; ZINC Florida Oranges, Tangierines, crt. 3 OOa 4 50
who come in after 12 o'clock, midnight, and LEATIIEK COLLAR PADS and Florida Oranges, Mandarins, crt. 2 OOa 3 00
I by the value of the Seeds J. D. IIASIIAGEN
and who for several hours after make ANKLE BOOTS say they are the best Eastern Agent.
that are sown. Gregory's Seeds never
and cheapest, because most durable.
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the halls and their chambers a pande- ----
fail, therefore the thirty years of suc- They will last a life time. Sold by LOCAL ADVERTISEMENTS.Write
monium with their .
tramping, talking, cessful business. Look up his adver- Harness makers on GO day trial.

howling! and scores of other demoniac tisement in our columns this week. DEXTER CURTIS or telegraph Byron E. Oak,

sounds. A portion of the basementof -------.--- Madison, Wis.Hnrly the undertaker, for Marble, Iron Rail

hotel l if far into the Uro'n'M Little Joke. and all kinds of Work.A .
a put enough -- --------- ing Cemetery

would be the for "Why, Brown, how short your coat Golden Sweet, Potatoes. full line of Wooden and Metallic
ground, proper place is," said Jones one day to his friend During the past two years 1 have I Cases and Caskets always on hand.

I such midnight marauders of sleep and Brown, who wittily replied: "Yes; raised over two thousand bushels of All orders promptly attended to, 25

rest. Let some hotel man work out but it will! be long enough before I get these potatoes, and now plant them to Laura St., Jacksonville, Fla.

this suggestion and set an example. another." Some men spend so much the exclusion of every other, variety .

Some midnightcrazyguest'schamber. for medicines that neither heal nor both for home use and for shipping. :ITIOIKIKOS COIIIN,
one ought to originate a -
It will be help them, that new clothes is with North. Fine seed for) sale at 83.00 218 Hay Street

hailed with delight by civilized hotel them like angel's visits-few and far per barrel. Address G. L. TAKER. Dealer in Second-hand Clothing.

-..Hotel World. between. Internal fevers, weaknessof Glen St. Mary, Fla. Cheapest place in the city. Old cloth-

guests. the lungs, shortness of breath and jan25 3mo ing cleaned and repaired. Spots taken
-- ----- ------
to the ---- --- from your clothes at once.
THE FISH INDUSTRy.-Upward of lingering coughs, soon yield .
magic influence of that royal remedy,
150,000 vessels and 600,000 men in : ; : Lands for Sale.
Dr. K. V. Pierce's Golden Medical
Europe and America are engaged in Discovery." A large amount of land f for sale in

quantities to suit purchasers, in the
the fishing industry, and the total an- -------
$;jOO Ilewurd., vicinity of Crescent City, Huntington,
nual product of fish is not far short of The former proprietor of Dr. Sage'sCatarrh List of Patents Lake Como, Pomona and Forest

1,500,000 tons. Few people realize Remedy, for years made a Granted for AGRICULTURAL MACHINES, IMPLEMENTS Hills. Bs'J.

the full meaning of these latter figures.A standing, public offer in all American ETC.,for the week endingTuesday; BROWN,
February 9, 1886, compiled from the Official
ton of fish is equal in weight to newspapers of $500 reward for a case Records of the United States Patent Office, nov 16-6m. Fruitlaud, Fla.

about twenty-eight sheep, and hence ayear's of catarrh that he could not cure. expressly for the FLOIUDA DISPATCH, by -- --

fish The present proprieters have renewed W. A. REDJIOXD, Solicitor of Patents, No. For Printing of every descriptionwrite

supply for ten European this offer. All the druggists sell this 637: F Street, N. W., Washington, D. C., of to C. W. DaCosta, Jacksonville,

countries, included in this estimate, Remedy together with the "Douche," w>
and the United States and Canada and all other appliances advised to be Machine.G.C. G. Benuam. Enterprise, Kas.; Thrashing --- -- ----

might be represented by 42,000,000 ustd in connection with it. No catarrh C. Hlakely, Piano, Ill.; Grain Binder.L. .
Gibbs, Canton, Ohio; Gang 'Plow. ROSES 10,000 ROSESAll
sheep. Of this amount the United patient is longer able to say "I II. Godfrey, Jonesburg, Mo.; Plow.
, cannot be cured." You get $500 in E. A. Koch,Waterloo,LA.; Cutting-share I for finest varieties, also:shrubs ami flowersof
Kingdom, Canada, Russia and the Plows.G. !sorts. Send for ilesoripMve list-sent free.
case of failure.Functional E. Luckey, Paris. Tenn.; Pea Thrasher.L. Orange or any trees me uninjure.i by frost.
United States alone aggregate 1,000- ---- -.e.- -- Miller, Akron, Ohio; Harvester.J. Kalb Gem Watermelon seed $!JOlb.
000 to E. Morgan, Columbus, N. t;.; Seed. Plan- Mammoth: Iron-clad 1.50 "
tons equivalent 28,000,000 ..
derangement of the female Cuban Queen 100"
sheep. is quickly cured by the ter.Samuel Olson, I yrus, Minn( ; Hay Rake. Scaly Bark 1.25"
J. M. Pearson, Neoga; Harrow. Boss h. .. 1.50"
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use of Dr. R. V. Pierce's "Favorite J. W. Ratliff, Lewisville, Texas;; Seed Plan Georgia Katilesnake (Georgia grown). 1.25
UNWASHED WOOL.-Mr. Edward It ter. All fresh and! true to name from fine melons.
Prescription. removes pain and J. L. felocumb, Edward, Mississipi; Cotton Discount on quantities.
Atkinson states that nearly the whole restores health and strength. By all Scraper. )lct1JUIJI'; t I.' iXGSIIURY, .
M. Smith,Jant'svilles, Wis.; Tobacco Trans- Jacksonville, Fla.
to market druggists. planter. -- -- -
fvool clip now comes unwashed ----
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and that out of the 320,000000 ,- Consumption Cured. Queen Bees. Untested Italians, March
$1.50{ ) and
; April May SUE
co. ---- I ;
pounds of domestic wool used An old physician, retired from co *.; '. o 'ram I s.; -= Jim-nuclei.and Dozen July I.OO.. Also tested Queens and
COo dddd 3 3Cy rates: on application
there must be 25 per cent. at the least, practice, having had placed in his yy JO ., d> O hands East India the .. a'J8"Js eaaAYU, UUUyU?3. a: MINS ANNA M. BROOKS,
or 80,000,000 pounds, of a very valu- by an missionary -* xa __ _-- I a p.C Sorrenr-), 4 orange Co., Fla.
formula of a simple vegetable remedy _
able oil thrown into the river and 8 &1JPJwnH n u:i-*M 33 K M --
for the and of
speedy permanent cure CD Fz IJUp uual\ ixi AA :
wasted. When the "suint" is refineda Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Lu gxiHO< 0 -- __ 5SSSSSli1 Sell.rapidly.Pay 1 IK.ZO,000aoid.STRETCHER.Agent

thick, viscous oil is obtained, whichis Asthma and all throat and Lung Affections C Cc naOlaA I "' ':'h.;o: n 'I -g MONTftO wanted.s.Local Galien or Mich.traveling, Sole/ Manufacturer.Sample free. U.\V.

also a positive and radicalcure ._ en e! '0 __ c
free from oxidation and
absolutely "'a ? Chromo or 2) Hidden Name
0 ;: : 50 yards, name
which is therefore the most valuableoil for Nervous Debility and all Nervous c .< I 'uonaaJt Complaints, after having testedits u ; wxzzzzn, ':;' "w; :::: :: Ptg I o Northford. rt. nov2i-eow3t
for curriers' use that can be found. 71 I :: ; & I -
wonderful curative in thou- :;
powers 1)0.1 -- -
---- -.- --- sands of cases, has felt it his duty to 3 CD lyi,- I, .sqipaapanqipUB ,I: .Q.I...: 71 I J.N P RS!

ADVANTAGES OF ADVERTISING.The .- make it known to his suffering fellows: U ... S3IJOUJ U{ . I. : IB= i r ream on their LeConte own root;Bartlett and Kleffer and

New York Marine Journal says : Actuated by this motive and a desireto c..,o c.;;. a I IIIVJa1 l Aiwa g i I TO other and pears Honey on LeConte Peaches roots; Russian; Peon
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"The relieve human suffering I will send :x I, a. Apricots on plum ; Peaches on
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are begin.
enterprising people plum and tested Russian
rn ', ?IS.; ... Apples.
I 0
free of charge, to all who desire it this '- I tlI Qr I WO".. i Ci lu2 .. 7 .. 5 Catalogue,with facts free. A large and
ning to learn the value of advertisingthe o :2 uual > IQ bs O: >O: g"S Add ems assortment of Fruit Trees.
recipe, in German, French or English, D. d x"E -- j!!i.Q.I '' W. F. HEIKES. Manager,
::> ;m I 1I..IulU.S"'Hne- Huntaville.Ala.
round. of
year The persistency a 0 m.. areala ,, I' ,
with full directions for preparing and iiClc.v' "" ,., !rn. I -
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those who are not intimidated by the using. Sent by mail by addressing '- 03O H ---3 QOOnOMOO j I I- r,, 5, _Free

of "dull times but their with this W. A. .c mWIXUI ." oJJB:- 1O 1-.. '.. Annuul- ofalTTTmdiTofHeeda
cry keep stamp, paper, S?.:..-:;':": ,Bulb*Tool&c.
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names ever before the public, will NOYES, 149 Power's Block Rochester, 73 I a vlantin\Contains j directions.iUust'ation prtces.descripttons.
N..Y. '1amoiuR :: :::I g ::::: ... :IS Colored plate*. A-e. PRICES
them .
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To any one sending a yearly subscription I waste paper just thing for 15Meteoro r-:*3C Ci i- 1iii 1-- This NEW article FEEDER
to the Dlsl'ATciiat full I scribbling paper or memorandums.Send H 5 a>:> >.>.'0 t'- I:ilo Q.I e |_ proved br all protTwife Ja Tanners and ap-
< d d >- Stock Baben. The calf b. iu '
rates, S2, we will send the New York for samples and prices.C. Meteoro C ==-= = ::'O--o d ;' I in sl.wl). In twftdq natmrol.o wy.: thrlTc food-
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SEEDS Established six years,we maintain our rapidly growing trade by person (( Standard Time. ON AND AFTER
ally selecting our seeds from the choicest stock highly improved and )
tested. Mail order nil filled from our Hulk Bin, containing fresh SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1886, 5.50 a. m.,
12. Leedham of Arovo Grande: Cai.. andJ. seeds such as our Market Gardeners, use Hurce>Mfulh" TWO Trains will leave and arrive as follows:
C. Ward of Plymouth, Me., write me that from TRIAL OFFERS FREE BY AIL. On receipt of Fifty Cents we will send post-paid IS Papers ----
my strain, nf*tfdn* Seed short New i Dutch Butter-head --- --- -. ----- -. -
and Ibs Parsnip Tomato,
Cabbages weighing 91 92 top; sugar or cup; Paragon* veryt1nejLettuce; ; .
token from tJi* Water Melon. Cuban Queen ; Squash, Golden Summer; Netted Nutmeg Melon ; Cucumber, : Cf I i :
lot Early Frame; Deetl Egyptian Turnip extra early; Cnhbnee, Winnlngstadt fine variety; Carrot. .moo :,.. 1 _/IcO.
same jrmvhich Danvers half flue Flat red c:0:: ct :
; Large white flavor; Turnip, or Purple top; Pumpkin = Z '
tin Casbaw. Spinach, Bloomsdale extra curled; Salsify or Oyster Plant. Special quotations made on STATIONS. I' 0 ZI i OZ' U' I 'CfLt' Z
,. monnterbagts i /&- Pens, Beans and Seed Corn. Sample of any variety sent by mail on receipt of Ten Cents. _.: -= C 0) C Q') 0'' ; .. ;
: \ were A Flower Garden Free by mail. On receipt of twenty-five cents we will I 1F: '
-otrw, accom- i send 12 Packets of choice Flower Seed, each )paper containing mixed :H : I
1Ltr; [?pinied with a varieties. Verbena, Pansy, Mignonette, Phlox, Alyssum, Candytuft, Sweet Peas, Balsam -1-1-1--1-1--! : .
Ageratum, Aster Zinnia llrlianthn. Send stamp for Illustrated Catalogue. Leave- :
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grown, supplied -- iBelair........ 8 8 5U.........' 14210 10, 8 (05
at 15 cents I Longwood...' .w 9 05..1........ 5 vt0'10.3'' J S 40Altamonte.
a package.! lb. ..; 121; 913 ........;; 51010, aJ: 9 00Maitland.
will pay fi.oo ret Cabbage .....' 151 920;........:; 5 2,10(), 45 I 935Vdl1ter
for the largest this teed- RQ) Ment Park\ 18, 9 '........,, 5 2810 55 I 955
1J! Orlando....... 221 9 451 A XI, 5 55111 15 \\11 O: ))
it weighs. not... less. than(70 freight Ibs. when prepaid received.) prod ,! Kissimmee' .10'10 30', 520,, 6 4512; 051 t I ;30

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,, w 0 ETSi Orlando........' 93: 6 \ 7 001) 2 50I, 3 2.5
,.-' '' -- ;' ':':. oA 5'- >-3 Winter P'rk 97'': (6 I 00\1 7 15:........; 30'.ll 35.5
aJS \V. G. TOUSEY, Maitland. 100 ij 18: 7 :........I i 310,, ;: 4 15
MAKE YOUR OWNFERTILIZERSa o :i Altamonte.. 102' G :27' W..1: 3 25i ; ..140
o Seffner, Hillsborough Co., Fla. Longwood...'105JBelair 6"I: a-

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I :Sanford:: 1 115R. i 7 (00' 8 2U..........I. 100 5 55
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K'st (oust! FVt F'st!

Where to get the materials to the cheapest r M'l. Ft. STATIOSS.I I I Ft. !=.....-
'H). 22. .
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form ; how to make up formulas for differ- ,
ivm:: guarantee tho U LOVULI" WASHER to do better I -
ent crops ; seven wato make 'plant food of y i ,
bones, ground and whole ; all about fish for ?? tvorL and do it easier a-.d In lays time than ai.y <>ther machine A. 31 i A.M P.M.
manure and where to get them, and wood 1 in tho world. Warranted five years, and if it don't wash the 0) o.)5 !.to'Lv'' Pembert'n Fery Arl 9.3, 7.05) 75
ashes,&c., with valuable information all pages, in the I '; I. l l i !5.5k" 7.00 ...........DadeCity...........i "." M'59 I
given AGEWTS WANTED Inecerycounty. Si 6.17 7.30 ..........Itichland..... ... S.3')1 5..0. 52
i plain,common tense farmers under- !
way can >eCAISIIOw !! 3.552:
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stand. t
Also books i
m.nl40cts.; on Onion, ), .f-b + PROOF that Agents are making from S75 to S15O per .)'} 8.0 Ar ,........ ..I..akelullll.\. .\ 0.522
Squash,, at Cabbage tents' an.1 each 1 Carrot, the and fi\e Mangold ... I '_ month. Farmers make $200 to$500 during the winter. Ladies (63;: S.2' ........... .....elfner............ I 6.2V\ ...... 12
raising 30 : or have great success selling? this Washer. Retail price only 0
I by mail. Two of these have been through I. S3. Samplo to those desiring an agency S2. AsotheCele.i 75 8.55' _Arrive..Tampa..Leave. i 6.fI..1) ;_
1 io and 15 editions. Jf/jy lurch Seed Catalogue I i ; i t brated KEYSTONE 'GEnS at manufacturers' Bartow liriiucli.-Daily; except Sundayi
free to all who write for it. P'x' j i I lowest price. We Invite the strictest investigation. Bend i South Bound.I i<
I ?) p', your address on a postal card f or furtherparticalara.) I !

JAMES J. H. CRECORY, I 11 "" : LOVELL WASHER CO ERIE I :to'rATIOSS. 1,; g;Pap. Pas..Pas.JKJ.1 .

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I I Leave.....Winter Haven....._.. : 5:i:1.25;; 8.Arrive.Bartow .-
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Sweet,, of Connecticut, the natural Hone -et- I I Leave Winter Ifaven_....,12 6.12! :3.2i> 1.3ijU.ffi|
ter. Has been usulfor more th\ n ."> years:, I Arrive Bartow Junction 17 G.: :;4' :3.40 1.50,11.20
and i is the best ki, o\vn remedy for nlt.l1mn- 1 I ----- --- -- ---'- --
\Ism,'Neur'lglnSlIrains, .rulsPS'utsBurns! I I Suiit'nrd anil Indian Hi verltuilroad.l .
wounds and) all external injuries.; I except Sunday./ .
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:&Ft! STATIONS. '! No.,
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Grind your own Bono, __!:__'__ _

Meal Oyster Shells, P.}(. A.Mj j
(GRATIA Flour nnd Cora 0 !j.OO h..sanford..ar\ 8.(}): IT

,. IntheB>EiE1ND'n.Ir-rx.r.. 3 !i.lil; .......;Fort Heed........ 7.13 U
't 'S (F. W lson's Patent). 100 per 5 5.2.50....... ...tHutledge.........j I! 7.101 12
: cent more made In keeping ponl-
3 try.1110 POAVEB M1LL.H and FAllM: 17 6.05 Ar..Ovldeo..lvl. ( 7.00. _: 0
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On application. 1V1USON BROS., Easton Pa I J Flag Stations. Trains No.3, 5, !9 and "7
-- Dally except Sunday. :No. 1 and 2 Daily.
,-: -_."-- -:' '.")i<::'-:-_--..;:. :::""" _,,: '_:_ '.:_- Trains :No. 4,6,10 and 8 Daily except Sunday.
Train No. 3 stops at Lakeland for breakfast.
Md of)0 Esp.! .+"pad i ; This fertilizer was one 01 the first sold in a heavy crop of fruit and put on an extraor Train :No. 2 stops at Kissimmee for supper.
m agents every I Florida for orange groves, and has given gen- dinary growth through the whole season ; Trains No. 19 and 20 Dally. Trains: 0.2 and
SALARY gOods to dealers,or I : eral satisfaction. It contains a large amount : but themost remarkable result obtained from 22 Dally except Sunday.
| to distribute circu-1 I of potash, principally; the form of sulphate, the use of this fertilizer is the fact that the Connects at Sanford with Sanford and In-
expenses adTanced.I which experience has to be better fruit is fine
proved and
tg bright, and there has been
salary promptly! paid. Sample package of I Ilour dian River Railroad for Ovldeo and points on
roods and full particulars FREE. Send 8 scab adapted to the orange. : scarcely a fallen orange In the grove, while Lake Jessup!! ; with the People's Line and
I 19 for postage packing! etc. We mean what we say. my own prove alongside which was not fertilized DeBary-Baya; Merchants' Line of Steamers
NATIONAL: SUPPLY COMPANY, THE DE BARY GROVE. !' has lost almost the (entire crop, the for Jacksonville and all Intermediate points .
U.lldlBff Ohio. I earth beneath the
Ptlsoe ClnelaBaU trees being covered with
St. Johns lUver.'aud with Steamers for In-
. fallen fruit.
: .' : dian River and Upper SU Johns.At .
; ENTERPRISE, FLA. 1 regard the form of potash used in the
': REOPENED. DEAR SIR-I purchased from you )last Feb- i preparation of this fertilizer to be the great. Kissimmee with Steamers for Fort Myers
uary ten tons of Bowker's Orange Grower desideratum of the bearing groves.' and Bassinger,and points on Klssimmee river.
which I applied to Mr. Frederick DeBary's f Respectfully yours, At Pemberton Ferry with Florida Southern
orange groves of bearing trees. The trees set I (Signed) W. B, Watson, Manager I. Railway for all points Northl East and West,

! SaWY r .nROOIn For free copy of the most valuable and Interesting circular ever issued with reference. and Railway at Bartow for Fort with Meade and points South.Southern

USANFORD o.this branch of the orange Industry! address Through Tickets sold at all regular stations

FLA. JOHN D. WELD, General Agent, points North, East FREDERIC and West.H. RAND,

t' June29-tr dec21Sm 78 Bay Streets Savannah, Ga. m y25-85 Gen'l Ticket A ent. J

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(Successor to J. E. Hart,)
The Oldest Seed House in the city. (Established 1875)).

J G.: .RDEI1\T: EJEEJ: : :>!:;.
::: 'LOR.ID: : : : .A.. J
I handle none but the Best and most Reliable Seeds. :My new Catalogue will be sent free
on application. Also, Wholesale Dealer in WINDSOR two to four thousand dollars; two saw and :
planing mills running two stores one
Is the name of one of the prettiest and healthoffice another store building; a Post Officeestablished i
Hay Corn Oats Flour Grits Meal BranWheat lest towns in Florida, or any otner State. ; bakery, livery stable and sev- .
Situated on the eastern shore of Lake Neweral orange groves set out miles of streets
nan, a beautiful sheet of water some nine cleared out-In fact the whole face of the
GROUND FEED, SCREENINGS, COTTON SEED MEAL, Etc. miles In length, abounding in fish. Nine country is rapidly improving. .;
miles east of Gainesville, two miles from
---- Gruelle station on the Florida Southern Rail-
STATE AGENT FOR road,and four miles west olCampville station PROGRESS.on .

the Peninsular Railroad. During the fall and winter two more stores
J. E. Tygert & Co.'s A Star Brand Fertilizers.
are to go up, one church, one academy,and a
Guaranteed Jlfc Analysis. LAND. score or more of dwellings. A steamboat la 1
'Windsor embraces a tract of about 4,000 to be put on Lake Newnan to connect with
Comprising ORANGE w TREE and VEGETABLE acres, nearly one-half cleared. The soil is the Florida Southern Railroad at Gruelle.
neither the white sand of so largea portion of
FERTILIZER, MHr PURE GROUND BONE, Florida,nor the red clay of Georgia, but a ACCESSIBILITY.
: JJNC dark rich loam,producing excellent crops of
MURIATE OF POTASH, / l 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, fr \ KAINIT, ETC. lake, gradually sloping to the water. Lots Florida Southern Railroad takes you to Gru
varying from four to twenty acres several elle Station;or Peninsular Railroad to Camp- .
Prices on application. July 27 U the lake. vine three and half hours from Jackson-
_______ ___ __u_________ fronting on a
--- ville;and a hack ride thirty or forty min
... HEALTH. utes will take you there. Hack meets after-
noon train from Palatka.
;- ESTABLISHED 1850. The wonderful healthfulness of the place
has been the subject of remark for the past
thirty years. There are people now living ONE HOTEL NOW OPEN.We .
there that have been residents for that length have an excellent site overlooking the
of time,and who assure us that for a populalake,of five acres, which we will donate to
215 Pearl Street, New York, Lion of seventy souls there was not a physician any party who will build a good hotel to
called before the war In fourteen years.
accommodate fifty guests. No better place
MANUFACTURERS OF What other portion of country can make so can be found
BAKER'S COMPLETE good a showing? It is high pine land with *
excellent water; sore throat and catarrh soon
disappear here. LANDS FOR SALE.

Lands can be purchased at from Fifteen to
ORANGE TREE MANURE 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.
even climate. No hot nights here and few
which furnishes just the plant food required by the Orange Tree from the time of setting insects
out,to full maturity, such plant food being in a highly concentrated form. Its effects are at 1 911'ROI'EMENTS. FLORIDA f
once seen in the healthy appearance of the tree,the leaves of which assume a dark green If so we would say-take a good look at
color,and the yield and quality of the oranges is largely improved. The splendid conditionof Windsor is young-barely 15 months old'VINDSOR before you decide where to! the trees(which is produced by this fertilizer)enables them to withstand much that would there are up and in course construction
otherwise be most injurious to them, and forty houses, several of them costing from For further particulars,address:

as will be seen from the following: .,

ORANGE COUNTY, FLA. 17 West Forsyth Street Jacksonville Fla
GentlemenIn reply to your letter asking what success I have had with ,

the Baker Orange Tree Fertilizer, I would state that I am very much pleased april 20-6mos OK WINDSOR.

with it, and intend to use it again next year. My trees have not had an insecton --

them this year, nor have any rusty oranges. I used the same fertilizer on
my pine-apple trees with excellent results. Jacksonville and Panama ParkReal

Very respectfully yours, GEO. H. PACKWOOD,

The high standard of this, and all of our Fertilizers, will be maintained in the future as in : Estate; ; EJx.cb..an.ge.: :
the Potash Muriate Potash Ammonia
past. Sulphate of of Sulphate of Super
Phosphate of LIme, and all the Agricultural Chemicals of strict purity constantly .
on hand. Strictly Pure Ground Bone a specialty.
deacrlptive pamphletapplyto P. RflcQUAID, Jacksonville( Fla.

Who keeps a full stock of our Fertilizers constantly on hand,or to
Orange Groves cholceJBuilding Lots and K"Od Garden land near the city for sale.
Houses and Truck Gardens for Rent and excellent land in lots of half an acre and upward
in good location,for sale on monthly payments to parties who will improve.
-Groves planted and taken care of,houses built and improvements made for non-resi
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h .o::>B" OOOOO Sweet Seedlings and variety of other fruit trees for sale.
OMoney to loan on improved property.
U A Office Hours at No. Reed's Block,Bay street. City,1 rom 9 to 11 A.> At Panama Park from 2 to 6 p. M. sept29-U


is highly absolutely concentrated.pure and Notice to of
1 ounce worth a lb. Shippers OrangesVIA
of any other kind. It strictly a medicine to be given with food. Nothing earth will make hens laylikeit.
It cures ehiclcencholeraandalldir ises of hens. Is vrorth its weight in gold. Illustrated book by
mall tree. Sold everywhere or sent mail for 25 cents in stamps. 21.4 lb. airtight tin cans $1|
by mall, $1.20. Six cans by express j, id,for $5.00. DS. I. a JOHNSON & CO., Boston Mass. SAVANNAH AND ATLANTA :PAST FREIGHT ROUTE.

CEl..C: SJ3: Y L'" GrCVVE: : ,

SAN HATEO FLORIDA THE special attention of Shippers Is called to the .IEW SCHEDULE arrangements ol
these old established Railroads through Georgia,In co;aection with the Cincinnati Southern
and Nashville Chattanooga and St. Louis Railways f. Western Points. Inquiry into the
STATE AGENTS.FOR merits of the roads that constitute this line, will saC.fy Shippers; as to their reputation for
reliable Train movement. These roads are long establ i hed,and their Schedules not experi
Box Shooks and ments. Just claims promptly paid. Any information regard to the Line cheerfully given.
Bangor Orange Hoops We give below figures that will show the best posslbl TIME between Jacksonville and Cincinnati
,and all points West:
AND DEALERS IN Shippers desiring to take advantage of these routes rill give explicit directions, and see
that their Bills of Lading or Railroad Receipts,read ri': Savannah and Central Railroad of


,,. ORANGE WRAPS 480 sheets to the ream, best quality.
lOxlO, lie.; ilxil, 13c.; 12x12, 15c. VIA SAVANNA a.
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The Bangor Box has been before the orange-growers of Florida for the past ten years; Is Leave Jacksonville......_......-.................(S.F.&W. R' ..........__.......,._...........<..........._ 6:00: paa
used exclusively by the larges packers and shippers of the State,and Is recommended by Leave Gainesville......................................( .........._.......*..............*.............. 2.00 pm
all Commission Merchants as being the NEATEST. LIGHTEST and STRONGEST Orange Box in Leave Savannah+...................................*..**.*..*..**............. ... ......_.................................... 3:40 pm
+ : the market. Sales for the past season upwards 300,000 boxes. Leave Macon................*.....* .................-.*.**_..........*...... .........._......................_._._..., 2:38 am
r i Leave Atlanta**...._._...**....._........................_.............. ..........._................._......_...., 9:35 am
1717 See that every bundle is brandedCROSBY Leave Boyce....-.___.............-..._._............................. ............nn..._......_................ 8:2>>pm
Arrive Cincinnati............................................................ .......-..............._......................., SOOam
It & GO WEN, State Agents, San Mateo, Florida. Leave Chattanooga......-........................_................._. .........._..............................._Ih20pm(
Leave Nashville.............................................................. ......................._................_... 5:15 pm
k., ., ALSO FOR SALE BY Arrive Louisville........._....................................__......... ....... ................. ........._.......... fcOOam)(
t ( Tysen'A' Smith,Jacksonville: S. H. Benjamin & Co.,Mlcanopy; Lovell & Pemberton,Lees- W. H. LUCAS, Agent, G. A. WHITEHEAD, G. F. A.,
burg;Wartman & White, Cara; E. W.Agnew:& Co., Ocala; C. C.Waite, Reddick; J.MReddlck Jacksonville,Fla. Savannah,Ga.
l(1 ,Brooksvllle; Jenkins, Altamonte. auglO-6m '. .a r W. F. 8HELLMAN. ,
Ii', dealt, .*83-tt: Savanna, Ga

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1a Please Jonderthe Following Facts and Act Accordingly.1st. ,

They carry the Largest assortment::! of Fancy..Groceries in the State.

2nd. They are doing the largest business of any Fancy Grocery establishment ::

Iq in Florida. :..
3rd. They are selling goods at about New York prices, freight added.

4th. They WARRANT every aticle sold by them.

5th.) They issue regular Monthly Wholesale Price Currents.6th. .

They employ a la.rjrer force than any Grocery House in Florida

7th. It will be to your interest to send for their prices before( purchasing

elfiewhere.l i:1:iii 21; t lTheliachinesareliht f

slrnng, Semi now It yon are interested
tuil runumg.allnuraide in Fuiininji,GapleniiiK,or Trucking,
in design and finish.Prartlul for our 1K8G Catalogue, which
Tool iIUU; fully describes our Ncd lldlli, .

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S. L. ALLEN & CO. Wheel-Hoes,
and Hollow Steel
127 and 129
Standard Hone Hoes
Catharine Street, and Cultivators. Free to all

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: L[ E T .A. :La :Et: C> C> ::JFI IN: : c- Wholesale Commission Merchant, ,

Corrugated Iron,Fire Proof Iron Shutters,&c.,Metallc Building Supplies.
No. 313 North Water Street, Ptilludclplila.
State Agents for E.Van Noorden&Co'e1DIETAEIc

SHI3VGHL.ES. IIJ1LarJie shipments remitted on day of sale,small shipments weekly.ta

74 West Bay street,JACKSONVILLE,FLA. ocl9-6m



04deIPAY and Heifers bred to best Neth rlond
*and Aaggie Hulls.

The Average Records of a Herd are the

To Fertilize Orange Groves, Truck Lands and Farming Grounds The following True Test Milk of and its Merit.Batter Record

hare all been made by animals now in
WITIIPOWELL'S __ our Herds


Three Cows have averaged over 2>,rm I bs.in a year.
Five Cows have averaged over'9.000 Ibs.In a year.
Ten Cows have averaged ov Ibs.in
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We know of about 0 Cows that hare made yearly reco- exceeding: 10.000
Ibs., and 14 of them are now in our Herd and hare averaged DTP v7,500 Ibs. -">have averaged -
over 16,(00 Ibs.In a year. 63,the entire number In the Herd that ha* jade yearly records,Includ
ing fourteen 3 year olds and twenty-one:2 year olds have averaged 1,7/ A. ;5 ounces In a year.
SEPARATE MIXTURES FOR DIFFERENT FRUITS AND VEGETABLES TTER RECORDS Five Cows have averaged 20 Ibs.7 v ..a week. Nine Cows have av-
as represented In nature. Cast only$12,00 for sufficient quantity to make AT HOME a ton DU eraged 19 Ibs. H oz.in a week. FlIte>t... Cows have averaged 17 Ibs.6 oz.
of good Phosphate. No dirt, no Salt, no Piaster. A circular on Orange Culture, and in a week. Six 3 year olds have averaged 14 Ibs.OK.In a week. Eleven 3 year old,the entire number I
descriptive of tho use and preparation of the Powell's Prepared Chemicals tested,have averaged 13 Ibs.2 oz.in a week. Six 2 year olds have averaged 12 Ibs. 1S! oz. in a week.
mailed 1'fte. Fifteen 2 year olds, entire number tested have averaged 10 Ibs.8 3-10 oz.In a week. The entire ord !
BROWN CHEMICAL CO. I H. anal Imported Netherland Family of six Cows,two being but 3 years old,have averaged 17 2-3 Ibs.In a
I ROBINSON & CO. spedai Agents, week. .This the Herd from which to get foundation stock. Prices low for quality of Stock. :



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SOUTH FLORIDA MS. -or simplicity,and,power.durability ? ,

Situated on each side of the
wanted In all un-
. : Mlounopy. F'loriiljiAuey assigned territory.
Pot Grown Semi-Tropical Fruit South Florida Railroad and its nave all Kinds of property tor sale, Pumps, Tanks and Wind Mill
Lands unimproved and those in tne highest Supplies of every description.

I and Ornamental Trees, Bartow Branch, uite of cultivation. Orange Groves, LakeFronts Farm a and specialty.Suburban Illustrated WaterWorks

Plants and Vines. Vegetable Lands,Truck Farms,Town Catalogue and Price-List free.
In the Counties of Lots, etc. The home of the Orange, and the The Phelps&Bigelow'V.M.Co.
No Loss in Transplanting.Catalogue place where the Vegetables love to grow. Kalamazoo,Mlch.and 1215 Weat9Ua
Orange, There is no such country under the sun like Street.Kansas City,Mo.
and Price List Free, on. application that surrounding M1 anopy. Circulars and -- ----
Polk, information furnished upon application. j 60 Fancy Picture!, and 25 elegant -
to the Manager. AddressA. AVERY & BROWN, GAR Cards in Gilt Edge Silk
Itrevard, mar30-ly Micanopy, Fhl.ELLSWORTH Fringe. Hidden Name, &c.; 1
E. CHAMPLIN Songster,1$Z0; Prize Puzzle and
vumter, 8 parlor garner! all for IOct!'. Game of Authors lOcts..

nov29-ly Oakland, Orange Co., Fla. and HilUborough. IVORY CO.. Clintonville Conn.Aeuttr .
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l5i3OOO Acresof fcellingrPerfect lake! $3 a Family. Scales

3IISII IIIbL NIIRIIRYSends SUMTER COUNTY Entirely new In principle. Weigh one ounceto
I these are NEWLY acquired Lands, which 2.5 pounds. What every family needs and

well located on.the T.'& O. R. R. and in the will buy. Rapid sales surprise old n gents.FORSHEK .
Catalogues' with practical. hints to having been for several years reserved from & MCMAKIN, Cinclnatl,O.
1 new beginnersfreeon application. Included heart of the Lake Region.
in our list are the very choicest varieties sale are now offered.
' grown. Thornless and Early Fruiting a John McMurray & Co.,
specialty. These lands comprise all classes and grades )

$100 Manufacturers of
R. 'V. PIERCE, of South Florida soils. High Pine and Oak

decl4-tl Indian Springs, Orange County, Fla. Lands among the Backbone Hills in the famous will buy a Home.warranted Lots speculation 170x210 feet.or a Cheap Waons! s Drays Carts BnIDOS!

Lake and Hill region of the Peninsula. ,
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Established 1856. 200 Acres in Nursery. Lake Views and Lake Fronts; large areas of Horseshoeing and Repairing done promptly
.. II. IIUCIOIAA Office and Warerooms No. 121 Forsyth st.,
decl4-3m Jacksonville Fla.
table lands well timbered with Pineand Oak ,
Fruitland Nurseries Jan 4-3m Jacksonville, Fla -- --

undergrowth; Low, well-timbered, Pine 1Buy the Best. THE EUREKAAwardad
P. Lands; Prairie and Marsh Lands set in rich JOTS SIZE 40xIi00 FEET, $4. FIRST PI't'Io'
J. BERCKMANS, Proprietor.The mlnm and Gold Med.
for JLakeyiew on Kingsley Lake al at World's Fair.New
native affording good pastures ,
stock of Fruit and Ornamental trees, grasses |..-oO buys a a-acre FLORIDA I Wind Orleansoveri2leading Mills Tbe !!
Evergreens, Roses, Palms, Flowering"*hruos, j tract for EU.
cattle. Also, Town Lots are offered in the ItLKA. after a trial
(Strawberry Plants, etc., adapted to the climate I An ORANGE GUOVJB. lasting mos.was pro.
of Florida is unusually large tins fall. thriving new railroad towns of KIssimmee, Send 2 cent stamp for Map-, etc., to nounced the beet overall
Among the new fruits, we offer 10,000 trees of and to-day stands
TROPICAL LAND CO., at the head of all competitors. 8izesttto
Kelsey Japan Plum, Winter Haven, Bartow, Auburndale, Lake- P. O. Box Id8, Jacksonville, hl. 18 ft. diameter of wheel.either for
which bids fair to become valuable market Pumping orPower Mills. Perfect in all
land Plant Seffher Mango, Orient and REFER TO Kx-Gov. Geo. F. Drew, parts and warranted. Estimates on ap1 -
City, ,
t product; also Japan Chestnuts, Prunus Pis- Jacksonvilleand Rev C. plication. Also Mfr .of the Adm_Direct
Hardll, new peaches, etc. Our list of Conlfera I McLean, St. Augustine. Draft Berg Floor horse Power.
and broad-leaved Evergreen adapted to a.. Dade City. nov9-ly _Live Agent Wanted. Address Mfrs.,
Sub-Tropical climate, is doubtless the most C & WOODWARD. Kalamazoo, )Uda..
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extensive In variety In the United States. i. For further information apply to Land De- -- -

Catalogue No. 1-Fruits and hardy Evergreens J. E. M'CINNISS
Roses, etc. partment of South Florida Railroad Com- ,
Catalogue No. Green-house Department. ORANGE TREES.
Catalogue No.Wholesale listfor the trade pany,Sanford, Florida.WALTER Room No. 10, Bostwick's Block,

No.4 Fruits to Florida. Jacksonville Florida
10 000 to select from. Varieties: SweeSevltle
Free to all applicants-address as above. ,
Nonpareil, Navel, Indian River,Magnum
nov9-6mos--- ___ Janl2-tf General Land Agent. Bonum and Hart's Late, budded In l&u
REAL ESTATE 1S&2 and 18i3 on sour stocks four years old
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I Price, from 25c. to?1 each.
i LEDWITH & SOLLEE, Bought and Sold. Novl6 St Nicholas, Fla.

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Peterkln'B Cotton Seed bUll. 1.50 man DEA..ERS IN Wheels r Millstones
per : fts by ,
Houses for Rent in desirable
100. Yields 40 per cent lint. Kaffa Corn earliest portions of the PORTABLE MILLS
and moat productive forage and cereal, by mail 11.40per REAL ESTATE city. handled .water )Manufactured. ; by .
City and
ft.;6 ozs.,We. Mlllo Maize the most wonderful property / & Bro.,Atlanta< ,Ga.
yielder of forage known, by 40c. per f. Select returns made promptly. Send for
I rattlesnake Kolb, Gem, and Pride of Ga. Watermelons Office, No. 7 Herkimer Rlock, e. Mention this paper.
bv mail $1.50 per ft. Send for special Seed JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Conveyancing done carefully and at short
Circular. MdnKW.JOHNSON&CO.AtlantaGaFOREST ; - -- ----- --
notice. A. N. DOJ3BI1VS&; BRO.
-- ---------- -- -- -- Headquarters for Haines City Property.
Correspondence solicited. dec21-0m
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100,0000rangc Trees for Sale Cheap HAINES CITY. ORANCEHIGHTS.

Twenty thousand budded from bearing trees _
of the best and choicest varieties on sour I
stocks three and four years old. Our stock is "Heathiest Place in Florida."

grown on high, dry, light soil, is hardy, SLCUR TOWN LOTS. ':
healthy,and free from insects. We aspire to High, rolling,fertile lands, pure water,rail-
offer the best trees for the least money. >825 road facilities and Northern society. Superior :: -
J. to$30 per hundred, according to quantity.J. location for fruit and vegetable culture.
BROWN & SON. A few choice residence lots given to parties

novl6-6m Fruitland, Fla. Healthy, High, Rolling Land with information.who will build houses. Send stamp lor full .

Nnrsorios of Lako Woir Oo Beautiful Lake Fronts. -nov9-ly--- ---- C. B. PALMER.. -
RICHMOND--- --- rri'ENCE- Gun, Locksmiths, and Stencil Cutters,

100,000 Orange and Lemon Trees.Our : 24 LAURA STREET,
This is a tare Opportunity to Fur CHAMPION
trees are very thrifty, three and four
year old stock,%to 1% inch diameter, with chase Lots on the Highest Tractof JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
one year old buds. Nurseries easily acces- MACHINEPatented
sible to Florida Southern Railroad. :Send for
Catalogues. Address Lund in Tropical Florida. Gnnsmithlng done in all Its branches.IRON '

E. B. FOSTER, Manager 'I
dec2My! South Lake Weir, Fla.ibley's SAFE WORK
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Haines City I is situated half-way between NOT.2",18S5.
Special rates on Stencil Cutting by mail.
Tested Seed Sanford and Tampa, and right on the South 8-tf
Florida Railroad. It is situated on the highest :, oct
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S s land In South Horida-richrolling and i i
Catalogue free on a p li c atlon. Send for it
I HIRAM SIBLEY A CO.. healthy This excellent country lies to the SOUTH FLORIDA RAILROAD CO.
BOCHKSTU, ,N. Y. AXD Cacao, ILI. southward of large lakes which protect the -
.- --- ---- tropical fruit. There K, no trost here. The SANFORD FLA.,Sept. 11,lSK5.
fact of the Indians having selected this section 3tands at the head of all wire and picket
TIll: L_ :H.L of country as a home demonstrates be- ehlDe. for maklD" fence in the field. ma
IAHGiST SEED HOUSE M VrJl. yond a doubt that it is absolutely the richest the most complete,simple Y and easily being operated From and after thl date no Steamboat,
ALLKINDSOF portion; since it is their aim, on account of It will and having tne most perfect tension device. Steam Barges! or vessels of any kind, will. be
aversion to labor, to tlnd the most fertile : six Inches weave In any kind of pickets from one to allowed to take on or put otl Freight or Pa- .
tracts; thus affording large returns from a makin a fence wide that easily twhtln a I o. 8 wire,and sengers, or land at the wharf of the South
SEEDS@PLANTS8eDdtorNewnlultratel! very moderate expenditure of labor. I' eoet of sixty eents no stock rod will break.down at a Florida Railroad Company, at Sanford, Fla.,
Come and see this town before buying else- 21.down hill .r.on a a level equally well c Works, keeping m* except such line or lines of steamers or other
vessels as are the direct advertised
where. connections -
for 880, I &c easily lJandJed.
Catalogue F.J.HINSON, !' A wore F&J&M of the said company and working under -
prices of Field Seeds. :Mailed FIU E. can afford to
WD ODe. Write for circular and I contract with them.
Haines City,Polk County, Fla.Bead j price
fer circular free. AGRICULTURE( Rlcbmo!
Inscriptive lad.
I Hboletale and Retail Seedsman, Kirhmnnd, Va. sep'21-tf President.


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RAILROADS. REAL ESTATE.Bargains NURSERIES AND SEEDS. The Stereopticon Advertising Co.

Maitland Nursery.

in Real Estate1
Notwithstanding the freeze,can still supply Vividly illustrates all their

MMkM 11tMMIIKKiRAILWAY Budded Orange and Villa Franca Lemon trees
in quantity and in good order at reasonable
1-_ prices. All varieties in stock.
The Villa Franca stands at the head and
$500 will buy a fine residence lot at was unhurt when all other lemons and limes ADVERTISEMENTS.ALEX.

WAYCROSS SHORT IJ, N E.All Tampa. Easy; terms. were February badly and injured.July. Send in your orders for .

$5 0 0 0 will buy 200 acres high rolling MAITLAND NURSERY.
Trains of this Road are Run by C4:..tl i.i i ((90th) land adjoining the new town of Maitland, Fla.
Meridian Time, which Is 33 Minutes SI.> .*. r Pemberton, at junction of South Florida and ---- - -- --

/ than Jacksonville Time. Florida Southern Railroads and the Withla- THE DINGEE & CONARD CO'S D. ROUSSEL,
coochee Riverfc .

15,1885,PassengerTrains will leaveaim nrrive < I 00! will buy a residence lot i in Oriole a
dally, as follows: *P I new Railroad town on S. F. R.U., in
NEW ORLEANS E2PKES Hernando county. Easy terms: concessionsto ;;

Leave Jacksonville dally ash a m those who will build. Place rapidly improving Otllce In Bostwick's Building,corner Bay and .
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at.. 7:15 p m Our Grent pecln Ity is growing and distnbntm'g
Leave Callahan dally at.......... 8:08 a m HOSES.We! have all the latest novelties and finfe Pine btreets.

Arrive at Waycross dally at. ........... ..10:00 a m $50 will buy a handsome lot in Parkers- want standard' Over sorts 4,in r O different rlioieut sizes varietiet and prices choose to suit from all,
Arrive at Thomasville daily at.. J:39 p m burg.Marion county,facing on Cooper We send strong Pot Eo=es safely by mail to all Post
Arrive at Bainbridge dally at........... .'':":!.5 p m Park. Send for colored map. Property offered Offices purchaser's choice of varieties all labeled.
Arrive Chattahoochee dally at.. 4:04 pm very cheap. PiTStI P. O. Box 711.Send.
Arrive at Pensacola via L. & N.It.IL.iu:10 p m IU4. primaaccording .
Arrive at Mobile via L.&N.R. R_...... 2:5 a m value. Two rear Roses by express. Oar -i
Arrive atNew Orleans via L.&N.R.R 7:20 a m $ I 50 will buy a large building lot in New(:uld...78 p es.elegantly illustrated Free.
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars to and from Windsor, Alachua county, a flourIshing Address TIII iINLt: ati CONARU: CO., ,
Jacksonville, Pensacola Mobile and New place. Rose Growers. \Yezt (;rove Chester Co.Pa. for Tci-nis.

Orleans. I
FAST MAIL. $5000 will buy 400 acres laud adjoining PLANT SEED COMPANY'S RELIABLE,
Windsor. terms.
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Leave Jacksonville dally 1:40 p m $i00()() cash required; balance on long lime to 1
Arrive at Jacksonville dally at..12:00 rn suit purchaser. Eo N FA M
Leave Callahan dally at..... 2:25 pm APR o a
Leave Chattahoochee at.11:10 am E
Leave Thomasville will buy a well located lot of lu &F
1:20: p m $2 50
Leave Gainesville at.. 6:20 am acres at Oriole; land all high and
Leave Live Oak at.. 9:3-5' am dry; originally selected for orange culture. CATALOGUE IddNU
Writ for t
Arrive at Waycross dally at............... 4:20 p m Long terms of credit. only$.'i 5 cash required, FOR
Arrive at Jesup daily at...................... 5:55 p m and an equal amount per annum plus the interest PLANT SEED COMPANY,
Arrive at Savannah dally at......?....... 7:40 p m on deferred payments. The easiest 012 NORTH FOURTH STREET SAINT LOUIS, MGL
Arrive at Charleston daily at............ 1:10 a m term /soffered high dry lands in Florida. (Mention this Ptptr.) Palatka and All LamlinRs
Arrive at Washington, D.C.,dally at 11:00 p m Enquire for particulars.

Arrive at New York dally at._........... 6:50 a ni
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cal,Jacksonvilleto $450 will buy; a tIne 10-acre lot close by ON
New York without change. station atCundler, Marlon county. i
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars, Washingtonto Very prosperous place; good lands. ft dstR l rEVf1 A UPPER ST. JOHN'S RIVER
Jacksonville. DYESCR ParcE ..,

Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars,Jacksonvilleto 2 will buy a choice '>-acre lot at Can- TAMPA, MANATEE RIVER
$ 2 5
St. Louis, via Savannah, Atlanta, Nashville dler, close by the station.
and Evansvllle. Key West, Havana and New Orleans.

EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS. $400 will buy a 40-acre tract of high roll-
Leave Jacksonville dally 5:00: p m 11.g pine land lying a little off from j f
Arrive at Jacksonville dally at........... 7:55 a m the S.S.,O. & U.R. It. in Marion county. Sat- rod 1886.- DOUBLE DAILY DEPARTURES
Leave Callahan dally 5:43: p m isfactory terms to buyers.
Will be mailed FREE to all and
Arrive at Callahan............................. 7:11 amLeave 1 I. .>:year without ordering i it.applicant It contain( about to customers 180 page of
Waycross................................... 7:07 p In will buy a beautifully located --J\iiluptratjoni, price, accurate descriptions and ralnul! '. '
$280 rectum fir fell varieties of VEGIiTAIJ PEOPLE'S LINE 8TEAERS.
Arrive at Waycross dally 5:10: a m whole block of lots in Parkersburg. I. planting ,
aid 1 LOXVKK SEEDS, BULKS,et:: InTalai
Gainesville 3:50
Leave dally m
p Money It for the right man. Over 300 lots to all, e"|'<:.ally' to Market Gardeners. Send tor i it
Arrive at Galnesvllledally at 9:15: a m now sold. D. M. FERRY & CO., Detroit, Mlchlg. .
Leave Live Oak dally at........ 7:15 p m
Arrive at Live Oak dally 5:50 a m ----
Leave Thomasville dally at.-..1125: p m $1 I I\J\J CO will buy; 10 acres good orange landadjoining FOR S LEbHEAP.

Arrive at Albany dally at.._ 1:40 a in Parkersburg. Steamers H. B. PLANT of the People's
Arrive Montgomery via Central R.R. 7:40: am Line, and CITY OF JACKSONVILLE ,
Arrive Louisville via L. & N. R. R.... 2:20: a m $2 500 will buy 80 acres high rolling De Bary-Baya Merchants' Line, will run an
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars between land adjoining Floral City, in follows: Leaving the DeBary-Baya Line
Jacksonville Louisville,via Thomasville, Hernando county. Money in It for subdivision Le Conte Pears, 3 years, !;> cents. Wharf at foot of Laura street:
Albany, Montgomery and Nashville and to into lots. Terms to suit. Le Conte Pears, 2 years, :3o: cents. Leave Savannah, Florida and Western -
and from Montgomery; and c.jalnesvllie.Pullman Le Conte Pears 1 year, 15 cents. Railway wharf Jacksonville,

Palace sleeping Cars and Mann will buy( acres good high rolling Keifer Pears, 1 ;year, 30 cents. dally,on arrival of Fast Mall train..

Boudoir Sleeping Cars via Waycross, Albanyand $800 pine land north of Couper on F. S. English; Walnuts and Pecans, 2 years. 40c. Leave Jacksonville.............................. 3:30 p m
Macon; and via Waycross, Jesup and R'y In Hernando county. Good.neighbor English Walnuts and Pecans year,25c.' Leave Palatka.............................._...... 8:50 pm
Macon; between Jacksonville and Cincin hood. Fifty trees and over at lower rates. Leave Astor............... ......................._ 2:25 a m
nati. Also, Through Passenger Coaches via Also one fine Hearing;: Orange Grove Leave DeLand....................................- 5:00 a m
both routes between Jacksonville and Chat will buy 20 acres land at Oriole splendid location, near Waldo, 50,000. Eas Leave Blue Springs...............-............. 5:15 a m
tanooga. $6 0 0
with Lake Front. terms. Address, Arrive Sanford, South Florida Rail-
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars between WAYCROSS STOCK & FRUIT FARM road wharf...... ........................-......... 7:45 a m
Jacksonville and Savannah, and Gainesville : Arrive Sanford, City wharf................. 8:20 a m
and Savannah. $ I 000 will buy a handsome 80 acre tract Waycross, Ga. Arrive Enterprise............ .................._ 8:50 a m
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars from Jack I southwest of Oriole, close by improvements Leave Enterprise.............._.._............. 9:10: am"
sonville to Washington D.C. ; commanding building site; fine
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars,Jacksonville land. L. MORETON MURRAY, I UHARLES MCNAR RETURNING, ,
to Louisville via Thomasville, Albany and Notary Public. Justice of the Peac Leave Sanford,City wharf.................. 3:50 p m
Montgomery.Pullman $I 200 will buy 40 acres land, high and Leave Sanford,South Florida wharf t
Buffet Sleeping Cars New York to dry,adjoining town plat of Oriole. MURRAY & McNARY. (except on Sunday,when steamers
Jacksonville and Cincinnati to Jacksonville. A fortune for some one by sub-dividing into will leave at 11:00 a m)...................... 4:15 p m
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars, St. Louis to building lots. EAST Leave Blue Springs........................._.. 6:05 p m
Jacksonville, via Evansville, Nashville, Atlanta COAST LANDS Leave DeLand............-........................ 6:to p m J
and Savannah. will 40 Halifax River,"Volusla County Fla. Leave Astor.......................................... 8:40 p m
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between $600 buy acres of land adjoining Leave Palatka................. .................... 1:30: am
Jacksonville and Washington,and Jacksonville preceding. All kinds of Grove Lands, splendid Bull Arrive Jacksonville............................. 6:45: a m
Ing Lots on and near River. Address, wit
and Cincinnati.
Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail $ 1 250 will buy 80 acres land adjoining stamp, at Ormond. Volusia County. Fla. Connecting at Palatka with Florida South- J
and Steamship connections, and baggage the Company's; lands at Pemberton tM !oIlySAMPLES1.OOf'or13Veek..Tbe ern Railway at Astor with St. John's and
checked through. Also, Sleeping Car berths which they have laid out in building lots. Lake Eustis Railway; at Sanford with steamers -
> for Indian River and with trains of the
and sections secured at the Company's Office River front. A bargain. ,
In Astor's Building 82 Bay Street,and at Depot South Florida Railroad forTampa; Tampa
be mailed,securely wrapped to any address In the with the steamer Margaret of the People'sLine
Ticket Office and on board People's Line (tocnn will buy 120 acres fine land between United States f\f*Dl ETC forThree Monthson for and Manatee !
points on Tampa Bay
Steamers H. B. Plant and Chattahoochee. vp OVJw Dade City and Tucker- receipt of VJ tr I CO One Dollar. Liberal River also connecting with the steamships
town in Hernando discount allowed to Postmasters Agents and
JAR L. TAYLOR, county.
Hutchinson and Whitney for Key West and
General Passenger AgentR. : MAILED Havana every Saturday on arrival of South
Is the
of New York OXLT legitimate
O. FLEMING. Superintendent. $400 will buy 40 acres splendid high Illustrated Sporting and Sensational Florida Railroad train,arriving at Key West
------------- --- -- -- land, two miles from Brooksvllle. Journal published on the American Sundays and Havana on Mondays.
& SON continent. Apply for terms to FREE a Returning steamships leave Havana on
A. J. BEACH Wednesdays Key West Thursdays, Tampa
Richard K. Fox, Franklin Square, New York.
Fridays, arriving at New Orleans on Sun-
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HOMES IN FLORIDA On and after January 1st the direct service
Our stock of Fruit Trees is large and fine, between Tampa and Havana is expected to
and in good order. New FrultsJ.among whichare DUVAL COUNTY, FLORIDA.By be tri-weekly.
the White Adriatic Fig, San Pedro and Oriole, Xlernando: County.Send Steamers Chattahoochee and Jennie Lane,
White Genoa. the County Judge of said County: of the People's Line, and Rosa and Welaka,
Catalogue free. Address stamp for colored Map of Oriole and Whereas, Francis :E. Cornish has applied to of the De Bary-Baya Merchants' Line, leave
A. J. BEACH Jc SON Information how to get a home in Florida, this Court lor Letters of Administration on Jacksonvlle dally at 6 p. m. Returning,
6ep -l> _Palatka, Fla. close by Railroad in active operation. Splen- the Estate of Joseph Remington, deceased, leave Sanford daily,at 9 a. m.
x ----- did orange lands. Large number of new late of said County of Duval.
nOTELIiEEPERS: groves already begun. Purchasers rapidly Racing by the Boat of this Company Is.
These are, therefore to cite and admonish Strictly Prohibited.For .
coming in from all over the Union. Attractive -
Send for Sample Copy of the plan of purchase; but little cash required. all and singular the kindred and creditors of further particulars}inquire ol

News Bargains ofiered. said deceased, to be and appear before this JNO. BRADLEY, Chief Clerk.:
Illustrated Hotel Court, on or before the 16th day ol February, Office, Waycross Steamboat WharfJacksonville .
W. B. CLARKSON A. D. 1886, and file objections, if any they ,Fia.W. .
;"; Office Park Opera House Block, have, to the granting letters as aforesaid, M. DAVIDSON,
otherwise the same will be granted as prayed General Traffic Agent,Astor Building.C. .
Office: 72J W. Bay St., up stairs, Witness my name as County Judge of the D. OWENS,Traffic Manager,

only Illustrated Hotel Paper published Jacksonville Fla. County aforesaid, this 2d day January:,1886. Savannah,Ga
k'U Subscription,$2 per year. w. A. MCLEAN, H.S.HAINES, Gen'l Manager,
; )juiyao County Judge. S pt, 17.tf. Savannah,Ga.

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Fruit Trees, Plants, Vines, Berries, Ornamental Trees, Grasses, etc, etc.
Together with full descriptions of all the ,

CHOICEST VARIETIES OF ORANGE &, LEMON TREESAlso 326 and 3QS North Delaware A.ve. Philadelphia
Ian 22.tf._
Price List. Send for Catalogue to
Established 1871.G. .
W. W. H KTSXETS:: ss SON, PrOpS.,

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Consignments of oranges solicited. We have a trade that consumes all our oranges with
I Budded from tried and varieties, and on good healthy stocks. out having to send to auction. Remittances sent on day of sale. JuneS-ly
approved ______ _______u_u__ __ _u
Fruit Trees suitable to Florida. Address, -vv. :E1. :PILO-icT: : : :
.A..A.eO: wARR: :: GeorgfetownMcBRIDE Fla ,

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:a.a.VZSr.A. 1T:: SEFt.YO, StraviborrvShipping Agent, Fruit and Yeotab1e Packin

L & KINGSBURY, Proprietors,


Nursery at Point La Vista,four miles up the St.Johns River. Boats land at wharf at Forwarding and Conlmission House S., F. & W. R.R. Wharf I
the Nursery. A full supply of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suitable for the climate of
Florida. Orange Trees Budded from Bearing Trees. Only the Largest t or King Seedlings selected
for Stock. A large supply Two-Year-Old Buds on hand this season. Bu ded Trees Where growers' supplies are on hand and, or ale at lowest possible prices for
from 10 cents up. Groves Set Out Warranted.. .
REFERENCES-Bank of Jacksonville; Prof.Halliday,of State Agricultural College.t "casifor to our patrons. Every necessary OQnvenience for packing Oranges
alogue sent on application. sep4-6m A <:"
expeditiously, and in the best manner, by skilled workmen, at reasonable

j SAN MATED NURSERIES. I prices.nov30-tf Oranges direct from the groves for sale by the single box or car-load.

A full stock of approved sorts of ORANGE and LEMON Trees-One, ESTABLISI-IED 187ts

Two and Three-year buds. Trees fine and thrifty. Ornamental Evergreensa

specialty. Send for catalogue.sep E. BEAN

-6m MAXWELL, ANDERSON & CO., San llateo, Fla. ,
.. ----- Commission Merchant and Forwarder

Waycross Railroad Wharf, Jacksonville, Fla.

Branch Packing-House, IV ay cross Railroad Depot, Gainesville, Fla.
e> :ran. g ee, Lemon,

r TJ:1.e: Or n.ge ma: I. Lemon:: And other Fruits and Vegetables,

in variety, other Citrus Fruits, Peen-To aid Honey Peaches, LeConte and PACKED, SHIPPED AND SOLD.

Keiffer Pears, Japan Plums, Japan Persimmons,Figs, Guavas, Grapes, etc. Reliable Correspondents in all the principal cities of the United States.
CATALOGUE FREE. Green: :Lemc is

Orders from East Florida shipped from our Nurseries on Drayton

Island, St. Johns River. c-ro: VV ers' S1u.pp1ies.Have : .
a full stock of Growers'Supplies-consisting of Cottonwood Thin Wood for Orange
A. H. MANVILLE & CO. Boxes,which makes the Whitest, Lightest, Strongest and Cheapest Box In use. Beach
(Bangor)Thin Wood,Dressed Pine Heading,Hoops,Manilla Orange Wraps,etc.,etc.,all of
the best quality,and cheaper than the cheapest.
Lakeland Polk Fla.
aug24-ly County
the Sale of the Stevens Sizer and the Fruit
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:.A.JFL: : ""VJEVVoFLSElFLJES: :: : :
Send Jar Circulars and Stencils. sep4-tf

SAN MATEO, PUTNAM COUNTY, FLA., Refrigerator Transportation for Strawberries and other Fruits to

Northern Markets.
Offer ior the season of 1885=6 a choice stock of


Consisting of the well-tested, named varieties, Homosassa, Magnum: Bonum, Mandarin, SOUTHERN REFRIGERATOR Co.
Tangierine, Mediterranean Sweet," etc. Also,

I Sicily Lemon, Grape Fruit, Shaddock, Lime, BOWEN'S PATENT REFRIGERATORS )

FIGS In variety Including the White Adriatic; CATLEY GUAVA,both red and yellowL Will be prepared to carry Strawberries for growers In Georgia and Florida to Northern
Y' ULBERRY, JAPAN PLUM, and other Fruit and Nut-bearing Trees. Plantsa markets during the coming season.
n Shrubs suited to the climate of Florida. For rates and all information apply to
*' : with prices sent on application. Address
I W. H. PILLOW, Jacksonville, Fla.
i O. TllACIIEIt, ;ttullager,

:J oo5-6m San Mateo,;Putnaa.Bounty. Fla.. dec7-3mos GEO. B. EDWARDS, Charleston, S. C.
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I Peach Trees a specialty,including" the Honey Peen-To, Albert Sidney Thurber and other
varieties ot the Chinese Type; also LeConte and Kiefer's Pears on LeConte Roots,and other
Seed Warehouses the largest iu 1HM YijiTl rf JflOur/ Green-house Establishment at I Pears, both :standard: and Dwarf; Japan Persimmons, Japan Medlars: Kelsey's JapanP
:Uew York,are fitted up with every ap-vUI I 11" I f7/-T"ey! City is the most extensive hip IJms. Quinces,Grapes Figs,Almonds }<'l1bertsValnuts, Chestnuts 50.1XJO Orange Trees
>IlLnce for the prompt and careful VUI I f l Vrica.. Annual Sales 2}i Million SEadeand Ornamental Trees,etc. Catalogues free on application.
filling of orders. "lll r P suits. HEFa.RENCE.'i-Fhst: National Bank, Jacksonville; le8 m".George F. Drew& Co.,Jacksonville -
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Our Catalogue for 1886, of 140 pages. containing colored plates descriptions and illustrations .
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of the NEWEST BEST and RAREST SEEDS and PLANTS, will be mailed on receipt of
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Atlanta, Ga.................. ; Kan........ .., 1 32 20000 /Logansport !
40 7000 In. Fort1Sco0h 85 1400(1(
Champaign : Portsmouth Ohio.......
Atchison ... ....... 90 150 (0))! ...... ..... ... 85 14000 d..i i! 80 130 00
Kan..1 116 I 117500 Dalton, Ga..... ...... ......, 50 87 Lincoln, Neb. 1 15 :22000 Peoria 111.................. | 85 140 00
Ad rain, Mich............... 90 115000 Dayton, 0..I- 80 130 OO 50j!! i([Grand Gallipolis, Ohio........... 90 ISO 00' Msicon, Ga............. ......' 35 I 61 25 Pittsburjr.. Pa......_........I 112 167 00

Ann Harbor, Mich...... '' 90 1150 001 Delaware, OhiO............. 80 130 00!! Henderson Rapids{, Mich-... 90 ISO 00' 1 Mobile, AlaMontgomery.-..................i 50 1 187501 Quincy.IllRome.Ga ..................... 118 181 00
Ill. ................... 85 1140 } y..1 70 115 00 Ala......I 40 7000
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Ohio.......-......, 85 14000: Hickman | .............- 50 K1 50
Annlston, Ala............... 40 70001 Detroit Ky..I, 70 11500 Mansfield, Ohio..........., 90 150 001 Rock Island
Mich ..
....... ...... 90 150 OOi! ......... 115 17500
Indianapolis Ind....... t I
Birmingham. Ala......... 40 70 00 85 140 00 i 80 !1130 00,, Masslllon, Ohio............, 90 150 00 'Rochester, N. Y.......... 1 24 177 00
Bloomington, III .......... 90 i IU..j 1 10 178 00!; Jeffersonville, Ind..... 75 (1123 00 Mt. Vernon, Ohio........ 80 130 00 'I Sandusky, Ohio............I 90 ISO 00
Burlington. la.Belleville. .-............. 1 07 170; OHO Jacksonville, :111.......... 85 ;;140 00 Memphis, Tenn...... ... I 60 10500 Sioux
[Dubuque, ....,....... ((15000' City, Iowa........ 1 00
I Joliet, 111............._......... ,
Ill 85 140
?...._........., 85 i o :Des Moines, Iowa......... 190 00, ''Jefferson 00 ; Milwaukee, WIs_.....?.. 90 150 00 Springfield, i 22IJ95 00
Buffalo, N. 1 12 167 00 J216 City, Mo........ 1 25 !1180 001 ;Madison, Ind................ 80 130 St. 111.,1.1,
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Y..1 1(Denver, Col.................. 28f !,3fiO 00' :iKnoxville. Tenn........ Joseph, 16 17500
BarsCIt 1 00 17000 'Dixon IlL... ... ... 60 1110.5 00 ;'Minneapolis, .. 128 192 50! St. Louis Mo... ...... .
.. ......... 90 150 00' Ken ton .... 85 140 00
; Ohio.......
Tenn............._. 78 150 001 ......... 99 00 i Madison, Wis...............' 128 173 50'' I I
Elyria, OhioEvansville .................. 106 149 00'' ''Kalamazoo Mich- Saginaw. Mich........... ..I: 95 160 00
Cleveland, 0........... ..... !. 90 150/ 00 ........ 90 1150 00' ;.;Montreal, Canada._......' 1H 20200. '
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/ Ind-.......... 75 125 00 [Kansas .. ...... 90 137 00
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Cincinnati ..
Ohio......... 70 115 00 East Saginaw, lIch..... 95 160 00 ... 1 16 17500 NaRhvilleTenn............ 60 105 00 iHt. Paul Minn............. 1 25 19250
Cairo IllColumbus.. ................. I (ILansingMich............... 1 00 170 00 ( New Orleans ._.... .. '
-I 75 12500 East St. Louis, Ill......... &) 140 00. 'LaCrosse .. ... 60 10501( Toledo, 0........ ............ 90 150 00
Ky.............. 70 115 00 WIs.............. 1 41 208 00 :Newark, Ohio............... 90 150 00 Terre
I Emporia, Kan._............ 1 56 23250: Lima Haute, Ind.... 80 ISO 00
Columbus, Ohio..,........ 80 ( Ohio.....-..... ...... 80 13000: 'Omaha Neb.................. 1 16 ''
1M 17500
00 Erie, Pa.......................... 1 12 167 00 ,Lafayette. Ind. (Toronto, Can.................: 1 13 17800
lumhuH, Ga ............ 70 00 Fort Wayne Ind.,.......! &"i ltO 00 Lancaster ....-....... 85 14000+ Ottawa, Can....,.............. 130 200 00 Topeka, Kan..... ...... i 1 40 207 50
Council Bluffs, la......... 208 00 i Ohio........... 85 14000, ,Oil City. Pa.. ................. 1 12 167 00, Urbana -
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.0 Findlay Ohio.............. 102 144 00 : .............. 80 130 00
Chicago, III.-..........?...... 140 00 'Fremont, Ohio ...... .... 1 04 14600 I..eavenwortn, Kan ...... 1 16 17500 Pekln, Ill ..................... 90 ,15000! Wheeling, W.Va1(, 12 167 00

Chattanooga, nn...... 87 50 Fort Dodge, Iowa..-.....".. 1 49 2H f/\\\' j I Little Louisville.Rock Ky._............. 70 11500 rnl 'Pana. Ill......................... 85 i 14000'' Winnipeg, Man......... 2 40 379 60
Ark........... 1 00 JI65 }>i91a, Ohio................... r>/\ Iron, /w\:' I .1
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Gainesville Callahan and Live Oak................................................................ I I i 5015 40, 80 40 40, 80 40 14 110
New Branford.....-r.....................................?.. ................................... I 503060 i 90 4.3! 4,1): 90 45 80 40 FIO; 801:I 401 j 54 00
Stations Landings on on Fla.St. Johns So. river..................................................._.............................. 30 I 6f' I a5 70 50.100 I 502' I 9011 SO! 1 00'' 50 100 90 45 50100'9045' 501001 4.5 90 60 110

Stations Fla. Ry north of and Including Ocala ............_......................._. 45 I I 50 !1100 I &5130 1 65r! 1 301 6.'>' 1 36i 130 65 501100) 63 116
Stations on Fla.So.:: Ry. south of Ocala. ..........................,.................................... 50 I 1 015.> :1110 711, 1401 I 701 1 401 70! 1 401, 70 1 40 70 130 140 651130' 65 130 79 146

on So. Ry., St. J. & L. E. Division..................._.............................. I 50 10015 I'' 110 70; 1 401 I 70: 140! 70' 14011; 70 140 70 701{ 1 401 70 1 40 84 156
Landings Lake
on Santa::; Fe-...............................................-................................. 4,5 I 90 SO 100 65'' 1301: 651 1301, 140 70 1 1 40 : 70 1 40 81 56
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Tampa ........ ,
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Stations Landings on Manatee River....................-...............?.?............................ .........?.. 5.5 1 10 60 120 7511 50 I 751 1 75: 1 50',' i 7.5 75 I 1 150 50 7,5 150 75l150'''! ; 1 75 150 88 1 00
.on J., St. A. & H. R. Ry......................................_ : 601 7.5 150 75' 15011, 75 150 90 166
......?............................ 33: 60:1: I 70 53 10) 1 531 I ?JJ: I '
Palatka. ................................. ......................... 0011 100 i3 1 001 5al 100 5.'J 100 f)1 1 16
Augustine.. ........................._................... 2' 5030 60 45 90 451! : 90 4.1)': : '
St.Stations ............................................................................................................ 3:; 60 3S : 70 53 100 531: : 1001 : 5.3; 1 53 100 90 4.5, 90'' 5.1'45''' 90'{ I 45 902' 58 106

Landings on J..T.Lakes& K. W.Ry ..... .............................................._........................... M 60a5' I 70 501100, 50 100:; 50 1 0011 501 I I 100 I 50 531100,, 1 00 1OO 100''' 5.1 100 f1 116

Stations on on South Florida Eustis and Railroad Harris .................................,.?.................,..........,. I 50) I 10 60 i' 120, 751150: 75 150'': 751 1 75' 150 75'150.' > ), 7')1 50 1 50 ; 75 50 150 100 90 67 1 I 66 16

From From wngwood Belair to ent'st Orlando Inclusive.......?......................... ............................... ..... 3' 701 40 i: SO'' 55(110!( 55 I 10 I 5.5';' 1 10!. 5.5 1 10 5511101: ,' 55 '

From to inclusive............................- ................... ......... 40 I M1 4.5 90 60'' 120m 120 1 roi' 60 : 10: 60 1201 110'' 55 1 101( 68128

From Gatlin to Lake Parker, inclusive._..................................?..,......... ...... i 45 I 901 50 i I 00m I ) 130 I f 651)' ; 130 l: 65130'6t I :30j fh 6). 1 'Oi, 60 120 73 136
Acton to Bartow Inclusive.............. ..................... I I \ ,,1301 65;, 1 :s0<<> 65 130 78 148
Stations ........._.................. ... ; 100 5fj j I 10 140 701 140. : 70' 70 1 40I 14
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Co. 70 140
Stations F. R. north of and including Ocala............................... I 4.5 90, 50 i 100 .' 130 6.s130; : i 6.'} 1 401'1$, 6.') 130 702 65,, 1 30 8J: 156
Stations on & N.0.. south of Ocala_...................................................... I I 50 100; 55 '' 110a5 I 7011 40 701 14011! I 70': 1401 I 70 ,I I 1 40 70'' 1 to 701 65' 1301 65 130 79 1 46

Stations on on Sanford Tavares,&Orlando Indian &River Atlantic R. R.R............................. ............................ I I ; 70' 40 Mfi 101 551 I 10,, I 5.5' I 10: 5.5 ;1 I 10 55, 1 101 oo! I 140 101',: '; 55 70), 1 40 10 84 68 1 1 56 26

Gulf points north Tampa............ .................. 5i} 210 1 00;: 5.5 I 10 : rOil 150'1': IQll 40 7Qi I 40,i: 7Q I 40,, ZQ,, 1401 70, 1 40' 70 1 140 881 1 65'
60 120)
Gulf points south Tampa................?.............R..1 I 75 50, 80 160 95 75 190 952;) 501 7;), I SOl 7i IJJ 751: 1501 75' I 50' 7/1/) 50 901 1 66
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CONNECTIONS. Tbe capacity oCtheHtandard barrel must not exceed that oran ordinary 1l0ur barrel.

Double daily fast freight service for all points West via Excess of capacity over the above will be liable to pro rata excess of charges.
Dally fast freight all rail Albany, Jesup and Savannah. Fbf Car-load is estimated at nit,f< 0 or 2SO Standard Boxes.
connection via the pounds Excess of
Atlantic tall
Coast ,,
and Coast points Including New York Boston Line to all Eastern Interior a n* io' _m h<> /"haaMi* fn' ni"> yont... f "- ")"? ">>'r>m"nta mnHtbe to one deotlnntlon ,
Providence. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and to one consigcee. pr

Tri-weekly connection for New York via the Ocean Prepayment freight will not be required but good order and condition of shipment
nah Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Steamship Company, leaving Savanwill be an absolute requirement. It Is clearly understood between the shippers and the

Twice a week for Baltimore via Merchants and Miners transportation companies that no responsibility shall attach for loss or damage, however
Savannah Tuesdays and Fridays. Transportation Co., leaving occasioned, unless it be from negligence, and that such loss must attach solely to the

Weekly connection for Boston via the Boston and Savannah company upon whose line such negligence may be located.
Savannah every Thursday. Steampshlp Co., leaving The charges advanced by this Line in good faith to connections at those point will not
Weekly connection for be subject to correction by this Line.
Philadelphia via Ocean
Saturday. Steamship Co., leaving Savannah every In every case the full name and address of the consignee mnst be given for insertion ID
Bill Lading and on the Way-bill.
Sailing days of Steamships
are subject to
change without notice.
Single shipments to Western
points will be charged at double rates.

No single shipment taken for less than $1 to Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Balti
iINFORl\.IATION l OTt SI-IIPPER('. more. shipped beyond, they will be charged In addition the single package rates of con
To make necting lines and cost of transfer.
through rates from
points tributary to the. above, add the rates of connecting Stencils
lines .to above rates. shipping receipts and information furnished on application to any of the agent
be dimensions of the Standard Box for For further Information, if needed, apply to Agents of the lines or to
are 12x12x27
imaUd at SO pounds. : : inches and the weight i b C. D. OWENS JAMErf L. TAYLOR,

j TrafflcjManager. Savannah, Ga. k Gen'l Freight.Agent avannah, Oa.Ii .

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Kissimmee City, West Kissimmee and gF. J=W

The Finest Town between Palatka and. Sanford.
Rosalie : ;I1.- A ,

Good Business Point. ..
Also for Lands owned by _
__ Finest Lands. Best Paying Groves.
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KISSIMMEE LAND CO., FIlL Least Frost North of Indian River.

FLORIDA LAND & IMPROVEMENT CO., _i 1111 r Write for information to

A.6 G.C.C.k OKEECHOBEE LAND CO. Jg i! .I Q docl -ly BURTON K. BARRS, Seville, Fla.

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Special pains taken to select and suit views
of buyers,either for settlement ---- --
Town Lots, Orange and Fruit Lands,Cane and Rice Lands Investment.(
These Lands include all varieties of upland and lowland,and are,Stock adapted Pasturage to Oranges Lands.,Lem CJ. 4. :E3C>.A..FI.B:: ::>1\I.I.A.rq: .A.gen."t
ons,Pineapples, Bananas, Sugar Cane,early vegetables,etc., and ,
are in the
of Monroe.St.Johns, Volusla, Brevard,Orange, Sumter,Levy, Hillsborough, Polk, Manatee and OFFERS FOR SALE

Our lands are selling rapidly. Thousands
settlers have
six months. Do not delay if you want them at the present low located prices.ou them during the past LARGE TRACTS OF LANDSIN
The lands of this
Company are specially adapted to the culture of
Tropical Fruit, Rice
Sugar Cane,etc.,and are generally accessible by steam navigation.
Address all correspondence about the above lands to EVERY COUNTY IN

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90,000, Acres of the Finest Lands in South Florida LAKE FRONTS.Lands .

THE LAKE REGION OF POLK COUNTY.Two specially selected for Oranges and Lemons.

hundred deep,clear spring lakes,within a radius often miles. Their march ft-ly P. O. Address, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
timbered with a luxurious growth of pine and oak high banks .
and -
being the -----
very summit of the
dividing ridge of the
peninsula of Florida.
Its dry air offers
Its beautiful and diversified scenery, boating,fishing, etc., offers an inducement the finest opportunity to the Invalid for OOOOOO ACME! of LAND
people of taste to acquire a lovely winter home,where all the pleasures and ,
balmy climate can be enjoyed. Add to these the eminent our
suitability of
of the and the soil for the culture
orange semi-tropical fruits, and the fact that both
the South
and the Bartow Branch Railroads run several miles FOR SALE B\
through this
tract, make this the
locality in South Florida.
These lands
are divided into lots
wards and will be sold on most favorable of five acres and u p-
terms to
or settlers.

the mouth of the Anclote river on the Gulf coast ,,
high land
ocean; salt air. salt water fish,miles of oyster beds. High land for full view of the
groves,rich bottom lan h residences and orange
< perfectly drained for
vegetable gardens. A SITUATED IN THE
sugar plantation of 200 COUNTIESIOF
acres now being established
by a .
sugar from Cuba, who selected this
looking over the whole State. Pos point after
,store, church, school saw-mill
and all
west.This for a settler. Protected from frost by the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico on the requisites North Columbia, Bradford, Clay, Putnam, Alachua, Levy, Marion, Orange

ties,and first-class Company sites have for also building rich and purposes alluvial all lands along in the Sumter South,Alachua and Orange Con Sumter, Hernando, Hillsborough, Brevard, Baker, Polk & Manatee,
j do well for Florida Railroad. It would
prospective purchasers to look at the lands offered by this
chasing elsewhere. Company before Consisting of the finest Orange,Farming and Grazing Lands in the State of Florida. Pricei
51.25 to$5 per acre,according to location.

For full particulars address, For further information,apply to Office Florida Southern Railway Co.,Palatka,Fla.
G. M. MORRISH, Anclote Hernando
County Florida.
J. E. LAMBETH. Gainesville{ ,Alachua County,Florida. L. N. TVTLKIE, S. CONANT,
A. C. MARTIN Mackinnon. Orange County, Florida
,or to
E. R. TRAFFORD, General Manager,Sanford,Orange County, Florida. Chief Clerk,Land Department. (sep29yl) General Manager.

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Disston Land Companies.Florida .


Having retired from the firm of Barrs,Hun-
1 ter&Stockton, and associated ourselves un-
der the name of Barn Land and prepared to buy and sell city and country
Improvement Co. Real Estate,as can only those who have great
experience and the full confidence of the
' public. Thanking you for past favors, we,
A. & G. C. C. and Okeechobee Land Co solicit your business in the future.
BAnns &: HUNTER, -r
Jan 4tf 31 West BaySt.,Jacksonville,Fla.*

Kissimmee Land Company.

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2,500,000 Acres of Choice Land's British Colony of Roxburgh

for sale in ,
East and
South Florida, adapted to the cultivation of Tropical

Fruits, Sugar Cane, Rice, etc. NOW FORMING.

PRICE, J$1.S: PER ACRE AND UPWARDS. Special inducements offered to genuine settlers, not land speculators. The

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

Full information and circulars forwarded on application. AddressNo. leading railroads, affording immediate transportation to Jacksonville. .

305 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Address

Pine and Forsytlf StreeteAJack8onvillefFla. J. C. ROXBURGH,

oc5-tf nov2tf 39 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. .

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STEAMSHIP LINES. Practical Experience Proves that I

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Boston and Savannah Steamship Co. THE CLARK'S COVE GUANO Co.

Great Southern Freight and Passenger Route between New England and HIGH GRADE CONCENTRATED MANURES

Georgia, Florida, Alabama, the South and Southwest.
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Fl rst-Class Passenger Accommodations. 1"S."0 H .

No Trluu hll>JUcnt.. -Q ':je Iir No Extra Iluntlliiin. i V t.-I d t

Cabin la; age, $20; Excursion, 835.00; Steerage, 81'2, O tnCC I.: i

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CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley ................_....................Thursday, February 4,at 6:00 p. m W i
GATE CITY Capt. Hedge..................................._..._........Thursday, February '11, at 10:30 a. in o: o o> i' !
CITY OK M \CO Capt. Kelley.....................................-.Thursday, February 18,at 6:00 p. m 0, m
GATE CITY Capt. Hedge.............._...................................Thursday, February 25,at 11:00 a. m O H ::: L I IAl'tJ.
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley..................._......-...............Thursday, March 4, at 5:00 t>.m I
GATE Hedge.............-................. ......... ........._Thursday, March 11, at 9:30: *.m .. .rIIE BEST=INUU8E.
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley............................._.........._Thu March 18,at 4:30 p. m .
GATE CITY Capt. Hedge.............. .....................................Thursday, March Zi,at 10:00 a.m Prof. Isaac Stone, in his article on Orange culture in the trade edition of the Times-Union I
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley..............?...._........................ Thursday, April 1, at 4OJ p. m October,1885,says "Of ail the fertilizers used on some" 15,000 trees,the Clark's CoveOrangpTree : ,_r 1;
GATE:! CITY, Capt. Hedge........?................................................Thursday, April 8,at 8:30 p. m Food gave better results than any other used. Send for Pamphlet and full partlcu- ;
Through Bills of Lading and Tickets over Central Railroad of Georgia, Savannah, Florida lars dec7-tt.t WIGHTMAN & CHRIS1OPHER Agents. ',
and Western Railway, and connecting with East Florida by the Waycross Short Line. i
(Florida Dispatch)and the Steamers of the 8 s Island Route.W. ,
H. RINc Nickerson's Wharf, Boston. E
F. W. NICKERSON &CO., General Agents, Bosto ;
For Freight, Passage, and Rooms apply to RK ARDSON & BARNARD, Agents, Savannah .

For Tickets.Ga. apply to Waycross Railroad Offices. 'UJbtiE iLUEQRASS SULKY PLOW .j

sepl-85 HENRY. R. CHRISTIAN. G. S.Agent,24 Bay Street.
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CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine............. ...........................Friday January 29- 2:30 p. m WITHOUT INSTRUCTIONS.A .
NACOOCHEE Capt. Kempton.................................................Monday February I 1- 4:30::: p. m CAN BE HANDLED BY ANY ONE 1
TALLAHASSEE J Capt. Fisher............................. .............Wednesday, February 35:30 p. m convincing proof of the superiority of the BLrr.nRASS over any other Sulky Plow is the ,-, j'
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nlckerson.?..................................Friday, Fe ruary 57:00: a. m fact that we place it with farmers t
CITY OF SAVANNAH Capt. H. C. DdggettMonday, February 8- 8:30: a. m N\"hTB.I.A.L: :
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine. .Wednesday February 10-10:30 a. m
NACOOCHEE, Capt. Kempton.? February 12-12:00 n'n Not a solitary one has yet been returned. This; i is unprecedented<< in the history of improvc.tImplements. .

TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher..................................Monday, February 15- 3:00 p. m .
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson ....Wednesday, February 17- 5:00 p. m $ CO.
CITY OF SAVANNAH,Capt. H. C. Daggett............................Friday, February 19- 7:+4)a. m THOS. MESKLE c ,
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine.>Monday, February 229:00 a. m
NACOOCHEE, Capt. Kempton............................................Wednesday, February 21-10:30: a. m Manufacturers of
T ALLAHASSEE,;Capt. Fisher.....................................Friday, February 26-12:00 n'n STEEL AND CAST PLOWS, {I

Steamers do not carry Passengers.] WALKING AND fHDSNC:\! CULTIVATORS, :
JUNIATA, Capt. DaggetL.?. Saturday, December 54:30 p.mDESSOl1G I
Capt.-..........................................................._Saturday December 12- 9:00 a. m AND COP J P\ NTERS. &c. & ,!
JUNIATA, Capt. Daggett..........._........Saturday, December 193:00 p. m OTTON ;
DESSOUG Capt.- ...._............_Saturday, December 26- 9:00 a. m Loyv: /

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Connecting with the Savannah Floridaand Western Railway (Waycross.Short Line) and i iATKINS' ii
the Sea Island Route. i
Offer to the Traveling Public and ShlpperVadvantages 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 '
Pier No.85,North River, New York. City Exchange Building,Savannah, Ga. I
W. L. JAMES Agent, 13 S.Third Street,Philadelphia. t
J. D.; HASHAGENl! Eastern Agent, Sav., Florida& Western Ry. Co.,261 Broadway,N.Y.
y Waycross Railroad Offices...For; Rooms apply to G. M. SORREL, SUPERIOR r
Agent, Savannah : ? FIRST C
aug I,'83-ly H. R. CHRISTIAN Gen'l Soliciting Agent 62 Bay street.



I quote.. Jacksonville 10 to 20 tons .. 18.50 I Per cent
.". 5 to 10 tons 19.50 Moisture. 8.J0 SAW S Orleans. .1
e' under 5 tons :20,50 Nitrogen;equal Ammonia .... 7.00 ; .. .. New .
Price at Mills,at Madison Fla.,SI."iO per ton I Phosphoric Acid equal Bone Phosphates 5.11 :
.ese thanabove., Potash . .. ... .. ......1 to IX ,
fiend fur Catalogue and Prices toE ;

J. IS. HART, Jack: onv111e,';.Fin., Cs ATECIZtiS &C., Indianapolis,.Ind. :

General A I. H. Coleman Agent, New Orleans :,
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