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

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{ New Series: Vol. 5.--No, 9. Published by CHAS. DACOSTA, Jacksonville, Fla. Price 5 cents

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Monday. March 1, 1886. ESTABLISHED 1869. 82.00 per Year in advance ; postage free.
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F Some Economic and Social Effects percentage of the unskilled laborers of gain-of society through increased pro- est type of manhood will hardly be

: of Machinery. today whose condition should be com- duction, there have been multitudes of questioned ; and the enormous extentto
g By Edward T. Peters,Statisticaldivision pared not. with that of the unskilled individual workmen whose share in which machinery has increased and

t Department of Agriculture* laborers of old, but with that of the this gain has not been sufficient to isstill increasing the percentage of per-

I .rv Washington, D. C. skilled ; for the reason that the sup- compensate them. Doubtless the gen- sons subject to such dependence is
[Abstract paper read l Lefoie Section I of planting of skilled by unskilled laboris eral good is the controlling consideration surely a most serious matter. The
t the American Association for the Advance-
,i'" mentofbcince' at the Piilldelphia. Meeting of one of the commonest effects of butthe incidental evils demand recognition manhood of a nation is its most. precious .
[to the Association in Keptember.lbSJ.: J Reprintedfrom
I .:, the annual report 01 Proceedings] machinerv. and the more society at largeis possession, for the ]loss or deterio-

;\ The prominence attained in recent. But.the question how far the working benefited. : by machinery, the greateris ration of which no increase of materiaL .:
,."V'1.. ._ tiunx* uy" wuut ur'lfticiij' designated' as : classes have shared'In the increase of its obligation to ward off, as far as wealth can adequately compensate. ''

the labor question is mainly due to the wealth due to improved methods of : may be possible, the injuries inflicted It goes without saying that the rem-
revolution that, within a little more production cannot be answered by I; on special classes of wo'kmen by edy does not lie in the direction of a

than one hundred years, has been considering merely the portion of that I changes; in the methods of production.This return to the old slow methods of pro-
wrought in the methods of production increase devoted to subsistence. The obligation is all the stronger from duction. But if workman may not

through the substitution of machineryfor wealth employed as working capitalwas the fact that the rapid progress of in- again aspire to a separate business carried
hand labor. The aggregate in- formorly owned in great part by vention is not a purely spontaneous:\ on with his own capital in his own
crease of wealth, which this changehas workingmen-artisans of the various phenomenon, but is largely the resultof little shop, he may reasonably aim at
brought about i is prodigious, but classes who carried on business in their patent laws expressly designed to something which would constitute its

i how the working classes have shared : own workshops with their own tools secure it. Since governments thus in- economic equivalent,namely, the (ownership -
'i in this increase is a much disputed ; and materials, but whose modern representatives terfere in the matter, they ought, if of a proportional share of stock
question. Statistics have been pub (and in most cast s probably possible, to deal with the problem as a in some larger establishment.The .
: lished to show. that the laborer of to- their own descendants) are depen- whole, and while promoting the increase success attained in Philadelphia

day lives in much greater comfort dent on wages received from a sepa- of machinery with a view to the and elsewhere by the co-opeiative loan I
II than the laborer of say half a century rate capitalist class. Detailed statistics extension of its benefits, to consider associations popularly known as build- -

ago ; but such a comparison does: not ; which ignore such circumstancesas also how the attendant evils may be ing societies rfhowp that, under favor- .
reach the essential question: which is these and merely compare the con averted. able conditions: and suitable lass, co-
':- whether the condition, of the laborer dition of modem. wage-receivers: with Of these: evils that which i is most: operation may attain a large development -

. has improved in a degree bearing that of similar classes of wagereceiversin serious and general ia i the divorce which and gives some reason to hope
:,; some reasonable relation to the enormous former times may have an imposingair machinery, is bringing about between that by proper effort its sphere may be
increase in the productiveness of of scientific authority ; but they labor amid capital. So far has this extended until capital and labor shall,

labor. Moreover it fails in cover the obviously Uirniah on a single term ina already gone that people have come to to a great extent, be again united in
k case fromanother and very important complicated equation which none think of the two as ,things naturally the same hands. The enactment of
point of view. A considerable percentage !. but n dunce or charlatan would thinkof distinct from each other, and to re- laws to render the combination of

of those who are wage laborers preU'uding to so,ve without attending gard it as normal state ot affairs that small capitals in industrial enterpriseas

to-day owe to the change in methods, to its other elements. the persons who perform the manual easy, secure: and convenient as pos
of }production the fact that they are Taking into the account the case ofselfemploying toil of a country shall he absolutely sible would be a useful exercise of legislative -
such, and their condition should be artisans who have been dependent for employment on a comparatiVely power and one to which the ex-
"s: compared not with that of the wage driven by machine competition into small class known. specifi- tremeHt adherent, of the Inissez fairs .

laborers of fifty years ago, but \\ith wage-earning class, and that of the cally in capitalists, in whose: hands are doctrine could take no exception.This .
that of the iudependet employing skilled laborers whose:; trades have been concentrated the implements with I however is only a part of the
artisan of that time, whose position rendered useless in their hands by the which alone modern industry can be question which machinery has pushed

machine competition rendered unten same cause, there is good reason to be- successfully: carried on. 1'h it such into' the foreground. In so vastly aug-
able. So also there i i' a considerable lieve that, however great the general dependence is unfavorable to the high- menting the province of industry, it

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has given a corresponding importanceand Wise Words of Warning.Our country is glutted with provisions and men to have a wife and three children,
urgency to the problem of its equi- good and sensible old friend, goods, the necessaries and luxuries of they and their families should number
table distribution. Nor should we fail Col. Dan'l? Dennett, of the New Or- life and have no wars or pestilences, 50,000 souls. Some of them have
to note what it is doing in the directionof leans Picayune, discourses thus to his (except the whisky plague) to troubleus mothers and fathers to support.
giving'thejpolitical; control of this readers: and have machinery, skill, capitaland Suppose each of these spend but a
problem to the wage-earning classes. When a Governor of a State in his power to vastly increase this dime for whisky daily, that would be
By widening the chasm between labor message, or a member \)f the Legislature amount of bread-stuffs and clothingand $2,000 a day, for all the members of
and capital to a seemingly impassible or of Congress in a speech, or a goods of all sorts yearly. If this these laborers' societies, and there is
breadth, it has given to workingmenthe self loving gentleman with an office does not constitute or bring good a multitude of poor men outside who
feelings of a permanent cl< ss boundto giving him an income of from. $1,500 times, nothing now in sight will bring do not belong to these societies. That
seek their separate interests as such ; to S, ,OOO or $5,000 a year, tells you them ? When the f farmer, the me- would be equal to $730,000 in a year. :\
by concentrating them in large bodies 1 that'times are delightful and prospects chanic and laborer prosper, that con- Do these laborers in New Orleans
in manfacturing cities and towns it has glorious-that soon the country will stitutes good times ; when these are spend less on an average than half a
facilitated combination among them, be highly prosperous, laborers will poor and come down to "hard tack dollar a day for whisky, beer and tobacco
increased their means of acquiring have plenty to do and good pay-$1 and water," Beecher's bill of fare for and for that which is not breador
knowledge, and, in many ways, contri- to $5 a day and roast beef-don't be- the laborer, that constitutes hard clothing? That would amount to
buted tenement; them together in one lieve it, unless you are solid for your times. 810,000 a day, or three millions six
mass animated by the common purposeof party, and want to believe such things. How are the wheat and corn growers hundred and fifty thousand dollars a
securing for themselves a more liberal -i No law of your State compels you to of the West, the pork and beef year (3650000.)
share in advantages of civIliza- :I believe it. You may disbelieve it and makers, and the dairymen to become If harder times are approaching to
tion ; it is still further promoting their I have pretty good health, and may be more prosperous? They can see no remain indefinitely, is it not a sacred
union even where it seems most to injure respected by respectable people. peg on which to hang a hope. Whatis duty which every father owes to his
them ; for, by disintegrating the The fact is that the people's servants, to make the sugar and rice and cot- wife and children to stop all useless
skilled trades, it is breaking down the a. majority of them at least, when they ton and tobacco growers of the South, indulgencies that cost money, and save
partitions which selfishness had erected have a good, safe salary, and are well the stockmen and lumbermen, prosperif the money that these would cost to
between different classes of laborers ; fed, fare sumptuously every time, and they failed to make money last year, bridge the frightful chasm of povertyand
and, finally, by reducing multitudes of have but five or six hours of office and the previous year? Who can want that may be near at hand ?
independent tradesmen into their ranksit work and confinement daily, and have tell ? THE GREAT STRUGGLE IN MISSISSIPPI.
has created among them a robust, cushioned chairs and sofas and spit- Why deceive the people with delu- Mississippi and Georgia are makinga
combative element, such as would toons, and fine cigars and liquors and sive promises-with cries of "peace, brave struggle to drive from these
hardly have been found in a workingclass lunch, are apt to be down on croakersand peace," when there is no peace ? States the most potent cause of poverty -
trained to patient endurance by wonder why some people are al- o WHAT OUGHT TO BE DONE ? idleness and crime that exists in
generations of servitude, while by the ways talking about hard times. They Farmers, mechanics laborers, poor these States. Is proof called for? The
same process it is also augmenting their I say some people always croak about people generally, who cannot afford judges in all of the courts, the noblest
numbers, so that it has made or is mak- I hard times, whether times are hard or luxuries, especially those who have lawyers, and nearly all lawyers, who
ing them a majority in countries where soft. They think any industrious and families to support, should close-reef a3 not politicians, the county super-
majorities rule. honest man can make a good living if their sails, get near to the shore, hunta visors, clerks of courts, sheriffs, keepers -
Under such circumstances it seems he will only work and save. safe harbor, and prepare for the of prisons and poorhouses, preachers -
more than likely that what they resolve Those easy-chair, well-fed philoso- worst. Come down to a close-fisted of the Gospel, Christian women
upon is destined to become the phers might think differently about Scotch parsimony. Waste no timeon and Christian men-all honest and intelligent -
law of the land in the leading nationsof the times and prospects if they could trifles, but turn as much time as men and women, must admit
the world. By one means or another occupy the standpoint of a poor farmerin possible into cash, or something to that the liquor traffic is the chief cause
they will seek a remedy for the ills a log cabin in such weather as we I support the family. "A prudent man of poverty, idleness and crime in these
I which they believe that they unecessa- have had in .January, or of a laboringman forseeth evil and hideth himpelf," and all other States. The proof is
rily endure and which many eminent in New Orleans or any where "He becometh poor that dealeth witha complete. No better proof on earth
thInkers-such men, for example, as slack hand." can be obtained than the best and
I I the late John Stuart Mill\ -have believed rulers of the people are very The poor and laboring people of the most intelligent men and women in
I to be largely removable by well satisfied with a government, or United States drink most of the nine the State where these evils abound.
I means within the reach of social sci law, that may enable them to live com- hundred million dollars worth of fermented Who has the temerity to deny this
I ence. If the proper remedy were offered fortable, or get rich, without much and malt liquors yearly con- statement? Who now has the cheek
it might commend itself to their trouble, or so long as the hard times sumed in this country ; and the fath- and effrontery to deny that prohibitorylaws
I I reason and be accepted, thus averting that the people complain of do ers of poor families drink most that is in more than a dozen counties in
the social disasters which must followan not reach their doors, or reduce consumed by laboring people, since this State do now prohibit, and bring
erroneous method of treatment ; but them to want. They can stand the I the women and children drink but peace and order where the liquor traf
they will put no faith in any physicianwho people's sufferings with the patience of, little. fic brought crime and misery? The
shall tell them that the social the man who was willing to see the I Do poor laboring people love whis- saloon men may deny these things, but
body is in normal health, unless he blood of all his poor relations spilledin i i ky and beer better than they do wife they know even better than others,
can make good his statement by over- resisting invading armies. : and children ? Must wife and children that our statements are Heaven approved -
whelming demonstration. Whether I Reform begins with the people, and go to bed hungry that the husband truths. Does not prohibition
disease exists, and, if so, what its char their rulers usually resist them until and lather may enjoy his beer or whisky prohibit and bring glorious rejoicingsin
acter is and how it should be dealt I the strength of the reformers becomesso I ? Do whisky and beer drive out Atlanta, and in more than a hun-
with, are questions which demand the powerful that the masters are afraidof I the natural affections of the husband dred counties in Georgia? Ask the
most unprejudiced and searching en- them, and become contented in sea- I and father from his heart, so that he press and people of Georgia ; we will
quiry. Especially do they claim the son to save their comfortable positions. ,j would rather see his family suffer from abide by their answer.
attention of economic students whose *
BREAKERS AHEAD. hunger and for want of clothing, fuel
obligations to society in this connec- In all that has been said about the :; and blankets than that he should be REMEMBER THE POOR.
tion are proportional to the facilities I times and prospects, no one has yet ; deprived of his favorite drinks? Farmers did not succeed well last .
they possess for arriving at sound con- I given satifactory proof that good times ,,i THE LABORERS OF NEW ORLEANS. year. Many could not pay their
clusions.-Salem Pres, August, 1885. will again appear at any definite We referred in a former article to store accounts, and are now in debt
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The soul---of--the- world is God, and period near or remote. We have insisted i the 20,000 organized laboring men in and can get no more credit. The last .
Its parts are true divinities.-Varro. I and still insist, that as our j New Orleans. Suppose each of these month has brought cold damp weather
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I to the Gulf States, and there is more vented to do any peculiar work which PUTNAM'S GREATEST GLORY." highest upwards to the lowest down-

suffering and want among our poor has hitherto been thought only possi- Such was the interest in this first wards.

than most people imagine. ble by hand. Fine mahogany fancy annual ball of the Putnam, that even VIII. Socialism and Communism

Little do those who live comfortablyand tables, carved parlor sets and cabinetsare our noble Governor, General Perry, which assert men have a common right
sent his regards at not being able to
have plenty know how much the the principal lines of furniturenow be present. [!] I to the things of this world, which haveto

poor and ignorant white and black made in this fashion, and the At a quarter to 10 o'clock the ball be divided among them equally ; and

people of the South suffer in bad work is as superior to common hand opened in down-right earnest, and property becomes a thing of naught.No .

weather in winter. Their houses are work as the latter is to the cheap Chi-I continued until the"we seta hours" ot I man has a right to more than his
the morning. The swinging, swaying,
built for winter but machine made stuff which was and share aliketobe
not only to protect cago the neighbor-share
graceful waltz; the rattling galop;
against rain, sunshine and wind. once the only representative of ma- stately brisk polka; the ever racing enjoyed equally by the industriousand

I Their clothing is thin and their blankets chine work on the market. It ap- Virginia reel; the variety lanciers and the indolent, the drunken and the

few, and few ever lay up a cord of pears that most of the dealers in the the old-fashioned, well practiced sober, the possessor of ten talents and

I\ wood for the winter. They usually finer sort of furniture in this city are quadrille, were the attractions of the the possessor of one.
1, ball-room, and was (?) greatly en-
chop in the evening the wood neededto adding the new machine-made work to joyed by those who participated in the IX. Nihilism, which carries forward

build the fires the next morning.In their stocks. The wood is carefully order of dances. into action the ideas of all preceeding.

summer the wood to cook breakfast seasoned, and the joints are finer and -- -- ... -- and swallows up in itself Radicalism,

is often chopped in the morning. closer than is usually the case with Some Perplexing Terms Defined. Socialism and Communism, and, in

Hence it is the duty of all who are hand work. The cost is, of course, Some perplexing terms now in common order to realize them, asserts it to be

able to do what they can for the poor. much less.-N. Y. Tribune. use will be found very simply right to destroy by assassination, or
More schools are needed. Merchants .4 defined below. We are indebted to murder, in secret or openly, by poisonor
"Prose Run Mad.
charge these people too much for the Rev. Wm. J. Bennett for these the dagger, all who stand in its way

goods. Their ignorance and poverty The following glowingdescriptiveand definitions: -all kings, and governors and rulers.

keep them poor. They need friendsto too-too-utterly-fine description of I. Scepticism is doubt about the Montreal Church Guardian.
the late Putnam Ball is from ofour
help them in various ways. ChristI I. one truth, though not actually denying it ; I .. -
ians members of benevolent societies up-country exchanges: Agriculture and Labor.If .
,, hesitation about it ; reluctance to define -
law makers, all should do all in their "The new splendid Putnam Hotelwas what faith is. the present banishment of Chi-
literally in a blaze of glory. Two
power to help those who areso fettered thousand jets illumined II. Agnosticism is a denial of an nese laborers continues, it may be a
gas every
by poverty and ignorance that they nook and corner of the building, acceptance of religion, except that serious question where the fruit and

hardly know how to help themselves. while the ball chamber itself, 143 by which comes within knowledge. There hop pickers are to come from. We do

Consider the hard times, and harder 43, became so brilliant that the dia- may have been such a Divine Personas not anticipate, however, any so speedy
I monds of the ladies flashed in thous-
in this movement that the labor -
times ahead and befriend the
poor. ands of and lancinationsin Jesus Christ, or there may not. It
.. ... bright points supplies of this will be cut
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all directions. The decorations of does not come within my knowledge,
Machine Hand Work. the artistic andwere I off and if the movement be gradual,
vs. room were most so put.it aside, because I know nothing -
In one of the many stores in Fifth equal, in the estimation of gentlemenwho I about it. so that new supplies of as good work- .
know, to the grandest balls of the men can be summoned to take the
avenue used for the sale of fine furni- III. Positivism is non-acceptance
largest cities of the North or South.
of the element to which much
ture to which the trade name of"artis- Japanese taste was displayed. Flor- of anything except it can be positively place so
is made the result will be
tic" is now applied, two men were examining ida's flowering greens, and all that the proved ; as e. g., a proposition in objection ,

an elaborate cabinet the other season of our mild climate could Euclid, or an object demonstrated by generally satisfactory.We .
afford beauty and charm to the notice that the makers of new
day. One of them was actively en- gave one of the senses. Thus, differingfrom
walls and ceiling. The waxed floor, laws at Washington are linking agri-
gaged in the wholesale furniture busi- these, but hardly more than a
the brilliantly lighted chandeliers, culture and labor in this A bill
the other had retired from it way.
ness, added to the utility and loveliness of name.
some few years ago. "I want you to the scene, while the coup de eil of the IV. Rationalism is a disbelief in the has been reported which provides for

examine this," said the former, "and tout ensemble was captivating and supernatural ; nothing to be accepted the establishment of a Department of

tell me if you think it is really whatit fairylike. The new Putnam, risingout until it be brought within the intel- Agriculture and Labor, under the su- I
of her former ashes, seemed the pervision of a Secretary af Agricultureand J
claims to be-a piece of handworkedfurniture. of veritable lectual power. Man's reason must be
." The other, after a sharp famous in her legend triumphant the upward phoenix flight., cOnviuceil. Faith is nothing.V. Labor, who shall be appointed by

scrutiny, and examining closely vari- And when the music of the fine band Theism is a belief in the exis- the President and confirmed by the
such the the interior of the Third U. S. Artillery of St. Senate. The bill also provides for the
ous points, as carving, tence of a first cause, called by the
finish of the little cupboards, the Augustine, rose with its magnificentswell name of God or as Creator of the I appointment of an assistant secretary.The .
the feet, head, hands and heartsof
section for
returns of the mouldings,and so forth,, the world ; but no belief in the acceptanceof I new presented incorpo-
vast concourse present responded ration in this bill the Labor Committee
said: "Certainly this, with the excep- in undulatory terpsichorean vibra- Messiah, as Son of God or Saviourof by -

tion maybe of some of the minor tions. But the grand march was a the world, or in the Holy Ghost, creates in the Department of

mouldings, must have been worked by scene never equaled in Palatka, and forming the Holy Trinity. Agriculture and Labor, a division .

hand and finished altogether in that rarely, if ever, surpassed any where, And then i.I which shall be under the charge of the
even in the famous Jewish Purium of Commissioner of Labor, who shall be
manner. New York, or the equally grand entre VI. .atlst' not only a non-
"Well, then," replied his companion of the great German Arion at the I recognition. ,. possibility of there appointed by the President, with the \
"I tell for edification God out advice and consent of the Senate. He
may you your own same city. being a an absolute denial of
The ladies fairly scintilated, is to hold office for four years, unless
that this was worked by machinery manyof his existence! i ic any way whatever. As
them, in their brilliants. the he is removed and receive
gen- a salary
from finish and
start to put David says of the fool when he exclaims -
tlemen led their partners in magnificent $4,000 per an num. The Commissioner
together by men working for thirty style and pose, while brilliant "There is no God." : shall collect information on the subject -

cents an hour." He remarked that. eyes flashed beauty and joy all over One of these horrors of unbeliefcome I I of labor, its relation to capital, the

during the last year or two an enter- the more than oriental splendor of the as effects from causes, I hourly\of labor, the earnings of labor-

prising Western firm had gone in for scene. VII. Radicalism, which means the ing lien and women, the means of
Every room contiguous to the ball their material intellectualand
making furniture of the highest grade uprooting (radix) of all time-honored promoting ,
room held its crowd of beauties, wait- moral prosperity, and the best
by machinery. The designs were pre ing to behold the scene in the room,. institutions and customs of antiquity, means to protect life and prevent acci-

pared by the most skilful New York while the hall leading to the scene of and remodelling them with new ones, dents in mines, workshops, factories

designers, and a design has yet to be festivity was crowded with the kaleidoscopic suited to the progress of the age, e. g., ; and other places of industry. The Secretary -

prepared which the machine cannot t changes of an ever increasing the evolution uf the laws which have of Agriculture and Labor is
and changing mass of people, empowered to enquire into the causes
turn out with nearly as fine a finish *u S hitherto been marks of civilization,
Ssome of the best people of the town, of discontent which may exist between
can possibly be attained by hand work..1 eager to say in after times "I was even to the confiscation of all propertyand :I employes and employers within the

New machines are being constantly in there and beheld the leveling of society from the United States.-Pacific Rural Prc**.



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Home Production.One will furnish green pasturage for cattle all countries where the orange and ALUMINUM.
good result which will follow all winter and live through the sum- lemon are raised. The frost occasiona. -
the partial loss of the orange crop will mer drouths common to our Middle ally freezes the lemons in Sicily. The The Metal Destined to Revolutionize
be to stimulate the production of other Florida climate. He tried the Kentucky thermometer has been as low at Na the Industrial- Arts.

fruits and vegetables necessary to sup- blue grass (Poa Pretemis), and, ples as in Jacksonville this winter. In "The metal of future," said a promi-
ply the wants of the people at home. while it did admirably well during Smyrna and Mytilene, in Asia Minor, nent mechanical engineer to me "is
Such increased production of home winter,it did not root down deep enoughto oranges are sometimes frozen. The aluminum. In a few years it will
supplies will amply compensate for. any withstand our summer drouths cold blasts from the Pyrenees sometimes displace iron and steel, and simply
temporary loss which may have resulted which killed it out entirely. He heardof produce the same effect as our revolutionize industrial arts every-
from the freezing of the oranges the Texas blue grass, procured a northern blizzards on the orange and where. The millennium will be the
and consequent damage to the orange few hundred sets and planted it. The lemon groves of Andalusia. In California agp of aluminum." "But," said I,
growing business. heat and drouth dried it up, and to all ( the thermometer has gone as "iron is the commonest of all metals,
The cost living in Florida is great- appearances killed it, but as soon i low as 11 degrees above zero in their and aluminum is comparatively rare.
ly increased by tlie fact that many of as the rainy season came on the belt, six degrees below the limit it Is there enough aluminum in the
our supplies are brought from u great grass sprung up and kept a vigorous, reached in Jacksonville. A month world to take the place of iron ?"
distance, at great cost for( transportation. healthy growth all winter. The coldest ago snow fell in the City of Mexico in ",- ," said 1 I he, "and(1 your f.f8 frmer as-
This increased cost of living weather that has visited us this the latitude of 20 degrees. And now suption is an error. Aluminum is the
makes wages high and thereby increases winter did not effect it in the least. we have a statement in a recent letter most plentiful of all metals. The
the cost of production. Thisis All kind of live stock are particularlyfond from Guatemala that the thermometer world contains ten times as much of
the reason why many fruits and veg- of it, and the Doctor thinks that fell to four degrees above zero. But it as of iron. It is everywhere. Every
etables are n"t grown in Florida, he has fully solved the grass question all these phenomenal facts seem to clay-bed is an aluminum mine."
which could be grown if the cost of for this section. He has a portion of make no special impression. Irregu- "What is the reason," I asked, "thatit

production were not so great. his land planted in Bermuda grass, larities may exist with impunity and has not already come into generaluse
The remedy for this state of things which grows luxuriantly all summer with our criticism any place else, but ?" The great cost of producing it,"
must be found in the gradual increase and furnishes excellent pasturage during the climate of Florida must always be he replied. "The metal called sodiumis

of the productions most easily grown I the hottest and dryest season. The that of Paradise. If it is not, it used in the production of aluminum,
and most necessary for home use. This I Texas blue grass comes on to fill up doesn't come up to contract and we and it is very expensive. Numberless
will diminish the cost of living and the time when the Bermuda is killed are cheated. The fact is, gentlemen, methods have been tried, and hundredof
make it poseible for laborers to work down cold weather. chemists all the world de-
by By plantingthe that most of you have no right to the over are
for less wages. This in turn will diminish two (on separate lots, of course,) enjoyment of heaven on earth. The voting their lives to the task of finding -

the cost of production and Dr. Carn says fine, green pasturagecan Florida climate is as near as you will a cheap way of producing alumi-
cheapen the means of living. This is be had here all the yeas round. ever get to it here or hereafter, and is num. The man who succeeds will be
what Florida needs as much as any- He says the Texas blue grass V is exactly a long sight better than you deserve." more fortunate than though he had
thing else.The the same in appearance as the -. .. found the philosopher's stone. Whoever

people should grow at home Kentucky, except a little heavier Trade Values of Fertilizing Ingre- can produce aluminum at one
everything which can be profitably bladed and its roots deeper. dients. dollar a pound will make a fortune,
grown for home use. They would then If, Dr. Cam's experiments prove We give below a schedule of the while a man who can make it for
be able to live better and save the cost and have trade values in the market five +
practical, we every reason to or cost per twenty cents a pound can buyout
of the transportation of their supplies believe they will, as he is a practicalman pound, of the ordinary occurring the Rothschilds in a day." "What is
from great distances. The money the day is not far distant when forms of nitrogen, phosphoric acid the cost of aluminum now ?" "The
which is sent away for this purpose dairy farming and stock raising will and potash, as lately found in the New raw materials for making it are not
would be kept at home and the money become the leading industries of Middle England, New York, New Jersey and worth twenty dollars a ton-that is,
received from the sale of oranges, lem- Florida. Already many of our Pennsylvania!; markets. twenty dollars for enough to producea
ons and early vegetables would buy most progressive farmers have turned NITROGEN.In ton of the metal ; but a ton of alu-
the supplies which cannot be profitably their nitrates, ammonia sails, guano is
attention stock minum manufactured
: largely to raising, dried and finely groundfish perfectly ,
grown in Florida. This is the true : and the dairy products of Leon county blood, dried,tankage and,ammonite finely ground,cotton worth twenty thousand dollars."
policy for the people of Florida. The I seed meal and castor po-
have become all
popular over the mace. .. 18c per%B). r "What are the valuable properties
growing of citrus fruits and early vegetables State. Leon has also raised In fine ground bone .18c "
county In tine medium bone 16c : of aluminum ? I asked,"and to whatuse
for the northern markets shouldnot some of as fine horses cattle and In medium bone. .. He "
hogsas In course medium bone... 12e" can it be applied ? "It can take
cause them to neglect the produc- be found In course bone, horn shavings,
can anywhere. There is the of almost other metalin
hair and fish scap.... ... lOc place every
tion of those fruits and vegetables needed no such thing as over production in PHOSPHORIC ACID. the world," said he, "and very
to supply their own tables and the this line, and we expect to see in the Soluble In wat r.... 9c ".. largely that of wood also. In the first
Solublb In Ammonium Citrate. 8c
markets. More money can be near future the sunny slopes of Leon Insoluble in dried and finely place it is very strong. Its tensile
fish,and in tine hone. 6c '
I made, or saved, by the people of Flor- county verdant through summer and Insoluble In tine medium bone.. 5''% .* strength is more than three tons to the
in medium bone.. .... 5c II
ida in
growing fruits and vegetablesfor winter with luxuriant and .. in medium bone >
pastures, coarse 44 square inch greater than that of the
t in coarse bone.. 4c..e.
( their own use than by shipping to yielding a richer return to their own- in mixed fertilizers.. 4''% best Bessemer steel. In fact, it is by
northern markets at fancy prices and ers than the golden orange groves of Phosphate" in fine and in ground bone black.Hock 2c far the strongest metal known. A
spending the money for home supplies South Florida. POTASH.In .
: cannon made of it would be three times
grown in distant northern and western high-grade: sulphates. 714 "
.... h made of steel
In muriate and kanlt. \% I as strong as one or gun
; States. Let every citizen do what he Florida Climate. The valuations obtained by the use metal. It is very stiff and rigid too ; I

can to of increase fruits and the amount vegetables of production needed The Jacksonville Herald says, that of the above figures will he found to three times as rigid as the best of

for home use.-Apopka Citizen. in a recent discussiou; of the late cold fairly agw;: with the reasonable retail bronze. Another important thing is
-------' -.-.-.--- ,- snap with some fresh Northern men, price in case of standard raw materials that it will not tarnish. Neither air,
Texas Blue Grass. an old settler from New England used in mixed fertilizers, such as sul nor water, nor salt, nor acids, nor cor-
The Tallahaweean.says that Dr.Cam, observed<<1 to his brethren : "Gentlemen, phate of ammonia, nitrate of soda, rosive gasses have the slightest effect
of Leon county, brought in some sam it is very remarkable that the the muriate of potash, sulphate of potash, !I upon it. Neither does intense heat
ples of the Texas blue grass (Poa cold snaps of other semi-tropical regions dried nlood, plain superphosphate, change its color. It is th. beat con-
Arachnifera) this week and left it on seem to excite no attention or azotin, dry ground fish, cotton seed 1 ductor of heat kn-'wn in the world ;
exhibition at Schrader's drug store.< palliation when discussing the Florida castor pomace, b ne and gound South also of electricity.; It would) make the
The Doctor has been experimenting :I winter climate. The authorities show Carolina phosphate rock,-.Farm, best telegraph wires in the world, having
for many years to find a grass that that severe cold snaps are common in Field and Stockman. twice the conducting power of



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copper with only a third of its weight, plication in the same way. With and eggs were high all winter, until if planted in good sized boxes, and

and lasting practically forever. It is onions, I use as a top-dressing, apply- quite recently. when 6, 10 or 12 inches high to be

very ductile and can be drawn into ing after the seed is sown, as evenly as What is the plain deduction? Sim- transplanted where they are to grow.

wire more easily than almost any other possible over the surface. In cultiva- ply that artificial incubation is passing THE SOIL AND PREPARATION.

" metal. Moreover it is easily worked, ting, they will become thoroughly in- through the same stages or processes Take of good rich loam (virgin soil)
cold or hot. It is suitable for anything corporated with the soil, and will not I that all other marked innovations on one-third, one-third sand, one-third

r that iron or steel or copper or only aid materially in securing a good old-time methods have been obliged to very old, decomposed manure, mix

brass or bronze or gold or silver is crop of onions, but also to keep down pass through, when production has I i them thoroughly, then prepare boxes
used for, from the wheels of a watch to the weeds. been materially cheapened and improved with holes in the bottom for drainage,

a monster steam engine." Nearly all the garden plants can be and that is all. A few individuals fill these bdxes two thirds full of this

"How does it compare in weight benefited more or less by having an of greater forethought and compost, and plant the seeds, each in

I with other metals ?" "It is by far application of good wood ashes, thor- penetration than their fellows engagein separate boxes, and in thickness according -

the lightest; lighter, indeed, than oughly worked into the soil around an entirely new field of enterprise. to size of the seed- then sift

many hard woods. It is little more the roots. This should always be done Their success i is::! soon scented, by their over them good sand and loam only,

than one-third the weight of cast-iron. with manure of every kind, if the slower friends, when a rush takes about 1* to 2 inches, and over this cov-
I To be exact, a cubic foot of aluminum surest and best results are desired. I place, which, by the aggregate of its er ab e nt an inch of sawdust, then

I weighs only 166 pounds. The same The fertilizers must be placed where production, overwhelms the market sprinkle with a fine syringe or water

sized block of cast-iron weighs about the feeding roots of the plants can and lowers prices, even below paying pot. The sawdust keeps the surface

451 pounds; of wrought-iron, 487 readily reach them, if they would de- figures of the new system. Inevitablya I from baking. Keep the boxes in a

pounds ; of copper, 554?} pounds ; of rive any considerable amount of bene- number "go to the wall" from want : light and cool place, free from the sun

lead,709 pounds; of brass, 528 pounds; fit from the application.Country of profit on an otherwise perfectly I (which dries the surface), till the seedsare

and of gold, about 1,200 pounds. In Gentleman. successful business, while others fail in up and show two or three leaves,

brief, it is the lightest, easiest-worked, e. --- producing in a process which seemedas then bring them gradually into the

strongest, most durable, and generallythe The Cotton Seed Industry.The easy as possible. The original pro- sun and air.
most valuable of all metals, and manufacture's records have collected jectors lose from their ranks also while It is advisable to have rope handles

the man who invents and patents a some interesting statistics on the among the later aspirants some may to the boxes for convenience in mov-

method of making it cheaply, will growth of the cotton seed oil industry. be found who have succeeded in pro- ing from place to place as desired.Be .

revolutionize industry, and become the From which it appears that since 1880 ducing and are quite willing to "wait sure also to have wood labels,

richest man in the world."Trenton that Southern industry has made great for the turn of the tide," to realize painted white, and write the name of

Cor. Pittsburg Dixpatch.... progress. From forty mills employing from their investments. '"Hold fast" the seed in each box in the fresh paint.
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$3,564,500 the business has increased Botanical and also.
is proverbially a better dog than common name
Ashes as Manure.I .
to 146 mills, having a capitalof "brag," and to the "hold fasts" in the'
have saved and all the
applied Industrial Progress.
$10,792,450, or in other words, it is business of artificial incubating and
ashes possible for several years, and Leading educators who have given
now more than three times as great as of will be awarded the
rearing poultry,
am satisfied that, considering the labor mills some attention to the industrial] prob-
it was in 1880. The number of which follows
always persistent -
of saving and applying, they are as show a slightly larger increase than success, legitimate effort. lem are advocating a solution of existing -
valuable as anything we can secure on labor troubles by the establish-
the amount of capital, the
average cap- I have frequently declared to questioners -
the farm.I ment of national schools] tor manual I
ital mill in 1880
per being $87,612, that I would give nothing for
have used both wood and coal ; and at present $74,946. This is prob- business which no obstacles or training. The remedy is in putting I
there is very little value in coal ashesas due the erection of numberof any and keeping more people at work.
ably to a
difficulties, for such a business, if it
a fertili? r, but the coarse portionscan small mills, costing from $15,000 to started under never so favorable auspices This can be effected by teaching tradesto 1
be used as material to make walks the last few the young, and thus reducing the
$30,000, during
years. would be reduced by com-
about the place, and the fine are good The of is number of unemployed. The move-
largest capital one company to a remuneration which
litter to loosen up a stiff soil or applyas and the ment has met with much favor in
$506,250, next $500,000,both might satisfy a Chinaman, but which
a top dressing under or around the of which is fully paid up. In Florida, would do for no white man of any New York, where it is proposed to
currant and gooseberry bushes ; for Georgia and North and South Carolina permit children to study books half a
either purpose they are well worth the this industry has been created since aspirations day and receive manual training the

trouble it will take to apply. 1880, neither of these States having a Artificial incubation is rapidly crys- other halt This will revolutionize |
Wood ashes also valuable tallizing to a firm and tangible mat- the school and it is
are as a single cotton seed mill in that year. public system,
ter, and the time is near at hand when
fertilizer. Those that are unleached The increase has been in believed the forthcoming children's
are of course better than those leached. I Texas, where 32 mills and $1,986,000 not so much will be expected of inter industrial exhibition will be of such

They can always be used profitably in I have been added. Arkansas is secondin ested advertisers in the selection of prophetic significance as will secure

the orchard around the trunks of the I the increase of capital. but Alabama : good incubators or the proper breeds of the proposed plan. All industrial

trees, whether the trees are young or and Georgia are head of that of poultry for the purpose intended. schools within thirty miles of New

old. To secure the best results, the State in the increase in the number of These reflections are based upon York City will be represented at this

soil should be either plowed or spaded .mills. The aggregate ii J .sreaa in the nearly six seasons' experience in the exhibition. The movement has much ,

up, and the ashes applied as even as business has been 1C -.".% and business of hatching and rearing to commend it, and there is no doubt
possible, and then thoroughly workedup $7,387,950. chickens for the market, and if any of but what it would partially solve the

with the soil. your readers would like to witness social and labor problem.
successful work of this kind they are O 4
They are very valuable as a fertilizer The Future of Artifi sat .. cuba-
for potatoes. My method for using tion. cordially invited to inspect my placeat The repressed and unhappy are in
Two r....1.... ". Brooklyn, Alameda county.Geo.E. ten-feld more danger from temptationthan
them for this crop is to apply in the years ago many p .quiredof
furrows after marking off the rows, me: "How is it tha while such a i Davis, in Pacific Rural. those who feel they are having I;

taking pains to work well in with the great number of inci ..*rti-j are in I their share of life's good. The stream

soil before planting the seed ; this use, poultry and eggs I re stillS highas Directions for Planting Tree Seeds. that cannot flow in the sunshine seeks \

places them in a condition best calculated ever?" Last year rite R many All Nut and hard shell seeds shouldbe a subterranean channel; in like man- ,

to he reached by the feedingroots others observed: "'Vit>* ?.hi"" u,,,ns and soaked in warm water, milk and ner when circumstances or the incon-

of the plants. Plant the potatoesand eggs so low, there is n -thi::b*in the water is better, and hot too, if conve- siderate will of others impose unrelenting -. t.

then cover well and step upon the business of producing 'hem This nient soaked until the rind is softened, restraint upon the exuberaut ,

hill after covering, so as to press the winter, in January, broiler: chickens then placed in the earth as follows : spirit of youth, it usually finds somo
soil firmly down upon the seed. touched the highest pri-a jumu'ed for All seed of choice Nut trees, or of hidden outlet which cannot bear the

Salsify can be benefited by an ap- at least eight years past J -- oath Ornamental and Shade trees do better light.-E. T. Roe. .


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stumble upon a full set of fruits for Francisco, and the same encomiums production of these fruits in Florida.
Florida planting, when we have so returned, as to the superior flavor and Therefore our people need not be dis-
many shrewd and intelligent men in general quality of the fruit. : couraged. Every landholder in Florida -
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Tree Agent. the, business here, who are keenly on FIG CURING. I is a shareholder in a monopoly
the alert for anything at all 1 have more than once given throughthe guarded by God's laws making letters
BY D. R. PILSBRY. likely to be of use to us? In almost Press our method of curing and patent which no other country can in-
every county in the State are to be boxing. As this seems to be comingto fringe upon. If the franchise we hold
The ease with which traveling found fruit men spending thought and the front, I will again make men- could be put on the market, each of us
agents of various sorts, tree men, money, not on deceptive and deceiving tion in a few words. We pick most would realize that we had somethingmore
lightning rod men, etc.,etc,, habituallygull bottled samples of new fruits with of the fruit by hand from the tree, valuable than shares in the Western -
hoodwink, and thoroughly impose which to entrap the unwary but in when shriveled enough to show the Union Telegraph stock or any
upon other wise, sensible and intelligent expensive experiments to ascertain fruit perfected. We then spread them other monopoly guarded only by leg-
men and women is almost in- what is likely to be of use to the pub- out to dry upon tables or boards, islative statutes.
explicable. Town dwellers are rather lic. I speak of what I know when I placed under trees with a heavy foli- Nor is this all. In the carelessnessborn
apt to give themselves airs and imag- thus condemn the traveling tree man age, so that the fig never comes under only of assured prosperity we are
ine it is only slow going country Jakes who strays far from home, for my opportunities the direct rays of a hot sun. The neglecting in Florida what has made
who get left when the golden-tongued have been unusually good sun browns and prematurely hardensthe the wealth of the-West. Our agricul-
swindler is abroad in the land, but I for seeing the inside workings of the fig, evaporating much of the rich- tural riches have been neglected, and
think some of you know how it is business. Many of these men are not ness within. This is one of the points we have nothing to show for the pro-
yourselves, when you went down in connected with any nursery, other- which should ever be attended to. No ductions of lands which, under our cli-
' your pockets the other day to pay wise than to buy stock from it, often, sun dried figs can be compared to those mate,can be made veritable gold fields.
75 cents for a peach tree your nearest as I have seen, inferior and refuse dried in the shade. When dried sufficiently Look forward into the far future and
nurseryman would sell you for 15 cents, even. I knew one man who had for to toughen the skin, take a realize the day when all the land suitedto
and 81.50 for a grape vine to be had years a force of men canvassing with basket (having a large boiler or other fruit culture shall be covered with
anywhere for 25 cents, and $3.00 or printed apparatus, letter heads, orders, vessel full of scalding water) and dip bearing groves of orange, lemon and
$4.00 per dozen for strawberries when I cards, etc., with name of nursery, of the basket of figs into this water two cocoanut. Then there will be vast
you could probably buy better ones proprietor and of manager, large as or three times, until the figs are well fields of pineapples and guavas, as wellas
from Mr.\ Scott, your friend and neigh- life, who did not at any time grow a washed and softened. But the figs market gardens. Still we will have
bor, fur $1.00 or less per hundred. solitary leaf. He and such men as he should never be dried to a hard condition thousands of acres for the future of
Not only are people beguiled into bought his stock at the great nurseries as they never return to their which we now take no account. Of
paying ten to twenty prices for trees whose business it is again, to sup- original richness. The figs are then the 400,000 foreign immigrants to this
and plants they do, or at least ought, ply such. men. Florida farmers don't spread out upon the table under the country last year 27,000 were practical -
to understand, but they are talked want any such caterers, nor yet do trees until the water is all drained and farmers. To these Florida has
into subscribing for new and unheardof they want the next grade, men who dried from the now rich and lustrous hitherto offered no inducement, for it
things with no information, or even really do represent large nurseries looking figs. They look as if they had is generally understood that we madea
recommendation but that afforded by I whose trade is wholly a long ways from been blackened and polished. Now is specialty of fruits and early vegeta-
the glib tongued tramp with his bottles home. There are such establishmentswhich the time to press them into boxes- bles, because these only made good
and plates. In 1884 it was Hoopes command large capital, whose any size desired. The boxes shouldbe returns. .
Bro's & Thomas, away off in Pennsylvania only customers are at so great a dis- lined with clean paper, so that they A progressive people like ours can-
who were in advance of our tance that they cannot only fleece but never touch the wood. We also finish not stop or run always in the same
Florida nurserymen in discovering skin them, and they do it without the top rows by laying them in regu- grooves. The first who went into the
various plums, cherries, etc., which no mercy. The place to buy anythingyou lar order all over the top. When the orange business demonstrated the fact,
planter with the least foresight could want, from a tree to a pound of box is opened it is a delight to look unknown before, that millions lay hid
afford to do without. coffee is as near home as you can get upon. It is a useful, healthy and in our soil and sunshine, which, when
A Nashville man enlightens us in it, especially the tree. I haven't said pleasant fruit, but the prices paid for transmuted into fruit, brought the
1885, this time with everything is half I wanted to on this subject. Your such fruit in San Francisco by the coined jf dollar of commerce. A fieldas
Japan-Japan plum, Japan cherry, home nurseryman wants your trade, commission merchants will not pay for fruitful in a dozen different direc-
Japan chestnut, etc., etc. The appleis he ought to have it, you can trust him its production on scientific principles. tions lies before the first farmer. Put-
coveted by almost everyone, and he for if he cheats you (he's not likely to Three cents net will not remuneratethe nam county can show full grown tea
has found us a tropical apple. This cheat his neighbor) you can reach him. grower with even a fair day's and coffee plants. We all know that
whole business of traveling tree men In any case he is a better man for you wages for labor. The horticulturist' tobacco and ramie can be grown. We
selling a long way from home nurse- to trade with than any man in Pennsylvania must find his own market in the East have thousands of acres of rich land
ries, is an unmitigated fraud, and I or Tennessee. The next man by sending samples, etc. along the St. Johns and Ocklawaha,
whoever puts his name on their little will hale from somewhere else, and The common blue fig, like the com- I and other rivers, admirably adapted to I
orders not only lays himself liable to will come prepared with some new mon California' grape, is the most use- rice culture. Our coasts swarm with t
imposition,but is surely and inevitably story, very nice to listen to so long as ful, and the best for health and rich .. the fishes to make fertilizers. Our for-
defrauded. Whether our eye opener you order.-South don't put Florida your name Argus.on his little flavor in eating. [This is a matter of ests are full of beautiful and varied I
and pocket depleter of this year had 4 opinion.-Eds. Press.] The crop has I i materials for cabinet work and fine
bottled samples I am not informed, California Figs--How Cured.In never failed for twenty-eight years. furniture. Already inquiries are be-
but our Northern friend of last year an article on "Toulomne County Some of my trees have supplied us for ing made for seeds never asked for in
had the most love samples, all grownin Fruits," in Pacific Rural Press, John that length of time, and bear more and Florida before, and the mill men of
Florida, of course. In the face of Taylor of Mount Pleasant, (Gal.,) says : more as the years pass away. Maine and the far West look with
so convincing a proof of what had One 10-pound box of pressed figs 4 alarm on their decreasing materialand
been done in Florida .soil few could was sent to Mr. Wade, Chief of Police, The Resources of Florida.In come in ever-increasing crowds to
refuse an order, and he drew thous- Boston, Mass., from Mount Pleasant, a calculation lately published, it Florida, that they may meet the future -
ands of dollars from the pockets oi f by a nephew of the chief. A letter was assumed that 70,000,000 oranges fully prepared.
Orange county farmers, for all which was returned, stating that the figs and lemons grown in foreign countrieswere There should be no room for de- ,
outlay of cash and of subsequent culture were considered superior to the imported sold in the United States. Now, spondency in the hearts of our people.
and care the returns will be article, and small samples were the official report shows that 630,512883 ,- The yarns spun by New York papers
nothing at all. Can it be supposedthat distributed to the chiefs many friends. were imported. Here is room for cannot cover our riches from the eyes
Borne far off nurseryman will And a box was sent to a lady in San our fruit. There ia no fear of over of the world. There u abundant life


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in the old land yet, and the crown is Some years ago one of the Myakka rites in the substratum of Florida thereis eighty acres of first-class lands (worth

for him who endures to the end. They lakes became nearly dry. It was then no doubt at all. Nothing in Manatee 2.50 per acre) to any citizen or appli-

i; .. will react to our profit, and the confusion discovered that near the centre of the county is more common than iron cant for citizenship over twenty-one
lake was a deep hole, and it was fur- in the well water. Some wells furnish
j if"| of those who spun them. The thermore discovered that the tide rose water so thoroughly impregnated with years of age who will actually settle

|C work done by our people the coming and fell in this hole. A year or two iron that it is unfit for the laundry.And upon the land and cultivate it. This

pj, year will be the best refutation, and afterward a party, of which my son the shores of all the bays are I privilege extends only to the surveyed

J next winter these denials can be read was one, sounded this hole and pro- more or less lined with big iron ore i lands, and the title is perfected by the
cured water from the bottom. which has]been from I
some deposited springs.
t; even by those who run. But we have i issue of a patent after five years'actual
i r The hole is 137 feet deep and the have seen it at Cedar Key, Tampa, andI
f now given room sufficient for the rich settlement. The fees and com-
water brackish and nauseous to the think it is found all over the penin-
and the invalid. These will continueto I taste. I live ten miles from that sula. Sulphur almost always is found missions for the entry of a homesteadvary

come without dew invitations or extraordinary place and on the Gulf of Mexico, and combined with all iron ores, and arsenic from $7 to $22, according to the

effort. Let us show the that hole, ten miles inland, is deeperby I I and phosphorous often which size and value of the tract, and the
more than double than the Gulf is latter is as poisonous, combined with
farmer how he can become a bond- place of record.
ten miles from shore. You would hydrogen, as either of the substances
holder by coming among us ; let us have to go twenty-five miles to find a above named. Under the timber culture acts of

I prove to the worker in wood that his place as far from the surface of the Now, during the dry season, when 1873-8 any settler who has cultivatedfor

place of business should be near the earth as the bottom of the hole in the there is not much or any surface water, two years as much as five acres in

depot of material. Florida must be, Myakka Lake.A the chemical reaction which I have trees, is entitled to an 80 acre home-
gentleman, Mr. T. J. Edmonson, described would be going on, and lakesof
in a few years, one of the richest agri- stead, or, of ten acres, to a homesteadof
of informs that he if
Tarpon Springs, me underground water, or pools you
cultural States in the Union, and man- once accidentally discovered a deep please, existing along the water courses 160 acres, and a free patent for the

ufacturio g interests will soon begin to hole in Sarasota Bay, in which the would become saturated with these land is given him at the end of three

come too. It is not enough to pray ; water was dark and cold and fresh. poisonous gasses. When the rains do instead of five years.

we must work also.-Palatka. News. He did not ascertain its depth. come and force out into the sea this The United States possesses 16,500-
---- Now, all these facts go to show that I accumulated poison the fish are killed.
I 000 of land in the South the
acres ,
What Kills Fish in Florida. there are underground streams in this I They are killed at every flood. Smack
State, and that some of them are very fishermen say that they sometimes ob- greater portion lying in the States of
Occasional references to the whole-
large and very deep below the surfaceof serve at sea a brownish spot or area of Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana,
sale and unaccountable destruction offish the earth. How large we do not water and on sailing into it the fish in Florida and Mississippi.The .

along our coasts will be remembered know. their well begin to die at once. In States of Louisiana, Florida
by many readers. Various The presumption is that there are these two last mentioned facts lies the
and Texas also bodies of
theories as to the cause have been ad- very large ones. For the water whichis objection to the volcanic theory, for it possesses large
the disembogued from our surface is difficult to see what connection a State lands for sale, at prices ranging
vanced from time to time but few of
rivers does not, in my judgment, account flood can have with a submarine volcano from 25 cents to $3.00 per acre. The
which have contained anything of'sat- for the water that falls upon which being submarine shouldbe Florida Land Improvement Company,
isfaction. Mr. J. G. Webb, of Osprey the land. There is very little fall to abundantly supplied with water.
of Florida, and the railroads, both in
rivers and all of them -- -e. --- --
in Manatee county, through a our are stoppedat
recent paper, give the following, their mouths by tides. The St. State, Federal and Railroad Landsin Texas and Arkansas, are also possessors -
Johns is an immense stream, but it is the South. of large tracts which are for sale.
which comes nearer to a rational solu-
the only one on the East coast above -New Orleans Times-Democrat.
The United States lands
public un-
tion than anything we have yet seen: the Everglades. On the West coast .

The answer to the question, "What there are a great many small streams, disposed of and open so settlement, in Skim-Milk Paint.

kills the fish?" in my opinion ia that discharging themselves into the Gulf, all the Southern States except Texas, Ex-Commissioner of Agriculture

they are killed by noxious and poisonous I but every one except the Suwannee, I which, when it entered to Union, pre-
I LeDuc writes the Husbandman in
gases which permeate portions of I think, is a tide-water creek. served its public domain for itself. to ,
the Gulf and bays and which are derived Now where these undergroundstreams reply to inquiries of the method of
Each State at least one register
from underground streams uf, empty no one knows. The possesses preparing skim-milk paint, as follows: .
which flow into the which the Lake is of the land office, although in some
water sea. stream Myakka con- "Skim-milk, sweet, mix the thickness
First, then as to the existence of; nected with may empty twentyfivemiles of them, as in Arkansas there are of cream with common cistern ce-

under-ground streams of water. Every- at sea, for it is about on a level more than one, whose duty it is to
body at all familiar with Florida is with the bottom of the Gulf at that keep a record of all surveyed lands, ment-fresh is preferable-and laid on
aware of the existence of enormous distance. The surface of the lake is wood or brick is an excellent paint-
and with whom all
springs. Chrystal river, in Hernando probably ten feet above the surface of applications con- more endurable than the white lead

county, is an illustration. Good sized the Gulf, and as it certainly commu- cerning land in such districts. are and oil, as commonly sold. It stood

coasters, say eight or ten tons, can, I J nicates with the tide water the only filed and inquiries answered. The for me on a rough boarded barn for
am informed sail clear up to the reason why the lake can exist with this public lands are divided into two

spring which issues from the grounda hole in its bottom must be that the classes, sold respectively at 1.25 and twenty-four years, and I repainted
river at the start. So with Silver underground stream completely fills chiefly because the cornice, doors and
Titles these lands
Spring. It is described-for I have the orifice out of which it flows. Crystal $2.50 per acre. to other trimmings, painted with pure
it-as immense volume of river and Silver underground may be acquired by private entry or
not seen an ; Spring are oxide of iron and oil, had faded. The
in bowl and clear streams before and location under the homestead
water rising a deep they appear, pre-
color of the milk and lime is yellowish -
and forming the Ocklawaha, a riverat the Gainesville Creek was an under- emption and timber culture laws.

once. So with a lake near Gaines- ground stream after it disappeared, andit Such tracts are sold on application to stone color, and may be changed by
ville. My friend Mr. F. B. Hogan, is not at all probable that they are the addition of any of the usual earthy
Land who issues certifi-
of Pine Level, in this county, tells me the only ones of the largest ones in the Register, a pigaments without injury to the paint.

that when a boy his father residednear Florida. cate of purchase, the receiver giving a The lime in the cement and the caseine

where is now the lake. He Now, how should water carried into receipt for the money paid, subject to
in the milk form insoluble
an com-
raised corn on the very flats which are the Gulf by an underground stream the issue of a patent or complete titleif "
now the bottom of this lake. Therewas poison the fish ? pound. ..
the proceedings are found regularby --- -----e --
then a small stream winding along The answer is that the rock through
Wash The which Dr. Kost
the General Land at laboratory cost
through the flat and finally emptyinginto which the water flows no doubt con-
a hole in the ground, where it tains pyrites. Pyrites is a compoundof ington. over $25,000 has been arranged for ata I

disappeared. In process of time iron and suphur, often contaminatedwith Entries under the pre-emption laws nominal sum, and placed in the Agricultural

somebody set up a saw-mill near the arsenic. Exposed to water this are restricted to heads of families or College, and it is a great ad-
hole, propelling his machinery, if J I substance is decomposed and the sulphur -
citizens .over of vantage thereto. Professor Hollidaysays
twenty-one years age
mistaken derived and arsenic if this is
am not by power present,
with who may settle upon any quarter section it is the best individual labora-
from the stream. He allowed the unite one of the continents of
debris of his mill to fall into the hole, water, hydrogen, to form one of the (or 160 acres) and have the rightof tory in the South. It consists of spe-

and it became stopped up. Now thereis most poisonous gasses known. It is prior claim to purchase on comply- cimens of birds, animals, all kinds of

a lake there eighteen miles long, very soluble in water,and a little water ing with certain regulations. minerals, etc. Dr. Kost is a geologistof
and a large town gets its supply of fish charged with it would poison a great
The homestead laws give the rightto the highest order he has been
from it. If the hole should again become deal of the air which the fish absorb in ;
open the lake would undoubtedly their gills as the water is forced through 160 acres of the second class public elected to a chair in the college.

be drained. them. As to the presence of iron py- lands (those worth $1.25 per acre) or Lake City Guide.


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IIe 410rida ,ispa.tl Notice.I "Make Haste Slowly," in Trim- Seedling Blood Orange.

--- have this day sold MR. ARTHUR ming Orange Trees. Some twelve years ago, Judge Ed-
the favorable circumstances
JACKSONVILLE, FLA., MCH., 1886. Under most wards of Micanopy bought two blood
MANVILLE one-half interest in THE
this year, there will be a vast
D. REDMOND and oranges from a box of imported fruitat

ARTHUR H. MANNVILLE, Editors. FLORIDA DISPATCH newspaper. Mr. amount of labor in trimming orange a fruit-stand on Bay street, Jack

I -- Manville will take an active part in trees; and we venture to advise our sonville. Soon
Subscription'#.00 per annum,in advance. afterwards meeting

RATER OF ADVERTISING. the Editorial management of the DISPATCH. readers to be patient and observing, Mr. A. F. Styles of the Oak Bluff

and slow" with the knife and
Si-Payable in advance, unless otherwise con- CHARLES W. DACOSTA. to "go Grove, he presented him with one of

tracted.PACE. IWKEK 1 MO. 3 MO. 6 MO. 1 YEAR February 15th, 1886.EDITORIAL pruning hears. In their present them, with the request that he would
feeble and debilitated condition the
the seeds. The
sqr. 200 S 600 $1200()( $1600$22O! --... I plant orange contained
S 8001) 1050 2100 2d 001 00'A'B I trees cannot afford to lose any soundor sixteen seeds roduced
col. 6 Id 00 36 00 4801): : 6100 ACCESSION.It whiclj twentyone -
II tS 001 2100 48 00 6100 65 00 healthy wood; so, do not rush the An
II 12W: 3d 00 7100 96 00 1'.800 will be seen, by reference to the trees. intelligent contrabandwith
II 11 UO 4'100 IH 00 112 00 150 00 trimming until you can see just how that
1" IS 00 5100 IUS OU 14100. 192 00 card of Mr. DaCosta, that Mr. A. H. persevering industry so .
far the injury extends. Do not forget characteristic of the race, succeeded

AUTHORIZED AGENTS this Manville has purchased an interest in that it is far easier to lop off a branchor in destroying all but one of these be-
To receive Subscriptions to Paper:
TKUBNKK t Co.,57 and 59 Ludgate Hill, London the DISPATCH, and become one of the two than to replace them. See remarks fore they were six months old. That

AMERICAN, England.NEWS, Co., New York. editors of this paper. in "Work for March" on one was transplanted to a compara-
WESTERN NEws Co.,Chicago,111.
We take in this fertilizing, culture, etc. of where it
W. L. Kins. Interlachen, Fla.I' pleasure making tively poor piece ground
O. UPDEQUAFF & Co., Irvington, lud. --+.+- -
WILL. SIMPSON, Nassau, N. P.BPXU1AL announcement, and in adding that our The Southern Bivouac, has had very little care since. In

CLUB RATES. new Associate possesses very marked for March opens with an article on the 1884, it bore one orange which dropped

We have made arrangements with the pub- Kentucky Resolutionsby R. Durett, before maturing. In 1885, it produced
for the
Ubbers and will club THE DISPATCH with qualifications profession upon about
any of the following publications, which will of Louisville; followed by a thrilling thirty specimens, which upon
be mailed promptly upon receipt of price, tor which he has entered. With a natu- found
testing were
ONf YEAR. paper by W. F. Gorden, once sen-
Club ral for the details of business marked with blood-red
TIlE FLORIDA DISPATCH Regular capacity a deep coloron
AND Price. Rate. tenced as a spy, and respited only a
.._......... the inside several of them
American Agriculturist 81.50 $2.00 t .50 and untiring being
Am. bee Journal...... .................. l.OJ 2.00 2.30 : great perseverance few moments before the hour of exe-
Atlantic Constitution....... .... ... 1.50 2-uo 3.UO : he combines unusual quite red on the outside also.
Atlantic Monthly Magazine...... 4.00 2.00 4.75 : industry, abilityas cution. Then we have a delightfuland
Country (Gentleman........ ........_ 2.50 2.00 3.50 The fruit is smooth, thin-skinned,
Century Magazine...................... 4.00 2.00 5.00 a writer, especially on Southern graphic description of the Teche
Detroit Free Press....................._. 1.00 2.00 2.75 the House oblate in form( of medium size, very
Electric Magazine...................... 5.00 2.00 5.2o Pomology and Horticulture, of whichhe country; a poem on "Light
Florida Weekly Times.............. 1.00 2.00 2.50 Rock West Will. Wallace juicy and of fine flavor. Thetreecame
........._ Key by
Family Story Paper.. ... 3.00 2.00 3.75 is earnest and enthusiastic
Fireside Companion.................._ 3.00 2.00 3.75 r.n Harney; the Defence of Fort Wagner, through the late freeze with every
.. ..._
Frank Leslie s 111. Weekly. 4.00 2.00 4.75\
dent. He has contributed and branch fresh and
Frank Leslie's Pop. Monthly.... 3.00 2.00 4.0U already, by Paul H. Hayne; the continuationof twig green,
Frank Leslie'sSund'y Mag'zine 2.50 2.00 4.00 "
Golden Days............................... 3.00 2.00 3.75 various articles of merit to the rural Harney's Life in Florida, duringthe while the "Maltese Blood, in a less
Harper's Illustrated Weekly..._ 4.00 :2.UOHarper's 1.75 .
Illustrated Bazar......... 4.00 2.00 4.75 press, and published a work on Orange days of reconstruction; "Remin- exposed place was very badly injured,
Harper's 111. Youug t-eople....._ 2.00 2.00: 3.00 if not killed.
Harpers Monthly Magazine..... 4.00 2.00 4.50 Culture which stand- iscences of the Confederate Cavalry entirely
Hotel ews ................................. 2.uO 2.00 2.75 ranks among the Frem the hardiness of the tree the
Household.................................. 1.10 2.00 2.Lipplncott's } Service;" "Uncle Adam's Funeral ,
Monthly Magazine 3.00 2.00 3.75 ard authorities. We bespeak for{ Mr. desirable size fine and
Nebraska Farmer................._.... 1.00 2.00 2.75 Feast," etc., etc. In the editorial department quality very
North American Review........... 5.00 2.0-J- 5.75 Manville a cordial recognition by the marked color of the fruit, this will undoubtedly -
New York Weekly Sun............... 1.00 2.00 2.50 there is the usual variety of
New York Weekly Herald....._. 1.00 2.00 2.50 press and public, and predict for hima prove a very valuable ad-
New York Weekly Tribune...... 1.25 2.00 2.75 interesting matter. Salmagundi con-
New York Weekly Times........_ 1.00 2.00 2.50 of usefulness and honor. dition to the list of Florida oranges,
New York Weekly World......... i.uO 2.00 2.5U career tains an after-dinner speech by a law-
.......... and would advise
Popular Science Monthly 5.00 2.00 -- -- .. we strongly our
Philadelphia Weekly Times...... 1.00 2.00 2.60 yer to lawyers, full of the finest wit
People's Journal....._................ 1.50 2.00 2.25 KAFFIR CORN.-The supply of this neighbor, Styles, to propagate it freely.
1uck............................................. 5.00 2.0J( 5.50 and humor; and the whole number is -. .
Rural Californian......................- 1.50 2.00 2.50 seed is quite limited. We shall send the of
Southern Cultivator..................1.50 2.00 2.75 fully up to average very Castor Oil Beans.
SclentIttc American................._ 3.20 2.00 4.25 out, Saturday Night........................... 3.00 2.00 3.75 promising new magazine. Editor Florida Dispatch :
Savannah weekly News......_... 1.25 2.00 2.50 all the packages ordered up to the 1st B. F. & Sons: Louisville
southern Bivouac...................... 2.00 2.00 3.00 Avery Ky. Can you give me any information
Southern Live Stock Journal. :2.UO 2.00 2.75 inst., and return money or stamps number 20 about the culture of Castor Beans ?
St. Nicholas................................ 3.00 2.00 4.00 year-single _cents.
The Centur Monthly Magazine when the supply of seed fails. --.- About how many bushels can be raisedon

(Scribnerrs: )..............................- 4.00 :2.00 5.00 -r.-- THE LATEST COLD SNAP.The In- land ? About
Waverly Magazine.................... 4.00 2.00 5.00 ordinary per acre
Western World.......................... 1.00 2.00 2.00 HON. WILKINSON CALL, Senator dian River Sun of a recent date says : how much per bushel are they worth

The above are among the very best publications from this State, has our thanks for his "The cold of last week awak- in the market? Can you tell me whereI
although we are able to club with others. snap
Write us for terms with any other paperor speech on "Florida Public Lands," can get seed to plant twenty acres,
ened the fears of those who had
periodical, not In this list, and we shall a con-
and infor-
what will cost ?
beerfully quote club rates. delivered in the U. S. Senate, Dec. 21 they Any
Remittances should be sent by Check siderable early vegetables up, but for- mation in regard to them will be much

Money addressed Order,to Postal Note or Registered Let- 1885. -. ..---- tunately nothing was hurt. Quite a appreciated. Hoping to hear from you

C. W. DaCOSTA, SPRING EXHIBIT.-See Secretary number of our people here have been soon, I am yours truly, A. H. C.

IAORAfKVTLt.P. 11'1.A.r of Exhibit deal of interest in the Bronson, Fla., February 18, 1886.
Wright's announcement Spring taking a great
____ __ ___ _____u_ _
: and send in all your Fruits, culture of small garden truck, and the REPLY.-Our researches, inquiriesand

Special to New Subscribers. I Flowers and Vegetables, for the. honor appearance of some of the work reflect investigations, thus far, have altogether -

From and after this date, every new and glory of "Fair Florida." great credit on these amateur gardeners. failed to convince us that

.04 there can be any great profit realizedin
The finest culture we have seen
subscriber to the DISPATCH, will receive Indian River.
Pine-Apples on was planted and cared for by Mr* the culture of the Castor Bean on

a colored Map of Florida free. We learn from Titusville, that, Addison Fee." the "ordinary lands" of Florida ; and

Scale 18 miles to the inch. although the pine-apples have been? ... without more and clearer light on the t

4 killed on the west shore of Indian THE SILKWORM HU1\IBuo.-There subject, we cannot, honestly, say a

See the new advertisement of P. J. River in this section, on the east shore I! appears to be a great deal of humbug word in favor of its general and exten-
mixed with the idea silk
Berckmans' "Fruitland Nursery," Au- near Banana creek they will come out up of culture. sive culture among us. We shall be

gusta, Ga. Mr. Berckmans, by regu again. F. B. Sackett has about 5,000 The flaming advertisements and paid very glad, however, to receive and
articles in the
lar importations from Europe and else- plants which were not protected the newspapers are very de publish any facts in regard to this
lusive. We know of
in all least, and he will not lose one in fifty. two young ladies plant and its profits, drawn from the
where, keeps fully up new, rare who had business
and At the time of the freeze he had quite capacity enough to experience or close observation of our
and desirable trees etc.
plants, ,
number of with fruit and probe the matter to the bottom and and sensible
his establishment has achieved a most plants on, practical readers.-ED.
had also ehipped a few. Where heartof found there was no profit in it in any .

enviable reputation for promptness and the pine is sometimes killed a new form yet presented.-Farmer and Dai- The secret of success is constancy to

reliability. sucker plant starts from the root. ryman. purpose.






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:' Work for March, I Park" or any other public-spirited Association the truth between extremes. otry. In our country, we pluck these''::;..'

IN GARDEN, GROVE AND FARM. I offer One Hundred dollars Young nursery trees should now be sorts when they begin to turn yellow, ';1

"The spring comes slowly up this as a prize for the best ten acres of Upland carefully looked over, all injured ones as the fruit is liable to meet with bad i J

way," the present season ; so it is pro- Rice, not less than twenty-five taken out, and the remainder well weather or crows, notwithstanding the ;)

bable that much of the work ordinarily bushels per acre, with a clear state- manured and worked or transplantedinto then fruit subject at this time them is to very the drawing sour. pro We r1//1

completed in February, remains yet ment describing everthing connected new, fresh, rich soil. Sow plentyof cess, "Shibu-Nugi." The process is :J

to be done. Therefore, no time is to with planting, culture, harvesting,etc., seed, both sweet and sour, and pre- simply this : The fruit is placed in a 1

be lost, in getting in our crops, and and the competition excited and results pare for budding largely at the proper sack, or sherry cask recently emptied, ,
giving them a good start before the achieved i in developing this industry season. and kept air-tight for three days. If j
the cask be an old one, a little of the
hot weather is upon us. would, in a few years, be worth Japan Persimmons, Figs, Peen-To liquor is sprinkled over the fruit.

Irish Potatoes may yet be planted more to the State than all the tourna- peaches, and other hardy fruits shouldbe The process reduces the sourness, and

for the Northern market. Break upland ments, scrub races and horn-tooting of' propagated largely, so that we may gives the fruit a sweet and vinous

deep and mellow, and cultivate a whole generation: 1 be ready for the next freeze. Let us flavor.

rather level, not hilling up much. Sugar Cane and Cassava should be diversify our products, and avail our- *In persimmon districts, there is '

There is nothing better, as a fertilizerfor planted now, if not already in the selves of the many and wonderful re- quite dried an industry developed in putting
up persimmons. The outer
this crop, than a compost of vege- ground. We fear seed of these plantsis sources of this fair and favored land! removed, and the fruit is put up peelis in

table mould and ashes. The Chili very scarce, so that which -we have .. various grades. The juice of the sour

f Red is one of our best late sorts. Planta will require the most careful nursingand The Japan Persimmon. persimmon is employed in coloring t

piece of the tuber containing two culture-and plenty of manure! Editor Florida Dispatch : fisherman's nets." '

q good eyes. Sweet Potato draws, if large enough, How many distinct varieties of the ---e----

:i Cow Peas may be sown broadcast in should be planted the last of this Diospyros KaLi, or "Japan Persimmon New Publications.The .
," have in this and Popular Science for
we country, Monthly,
old Orange groves that have already month; and a quantity of the roots set
which variety do you consider the March, is promptly on our table, and
been manured and worked over with out now, in regular ridge, to producean best for market and the table? Also, find it usual
we as well filled with
the harrow. The Conch pea grows all early crop of vines. If seed is please tell me where I can procure
matter of and
weight interest. We
the season, and keeps the ground well scarce, slice the "mother" potato lon- trees of the most desirable sorts, and
give the suggestive titles of few of the
shaded. If seed is desired, the Conch gitudinally and drop in furrow with oblige, your constant reader. a
R t F_ H_ leading articles : "Biological Teach
need not be sown until June or July. cut side up. Do not neglect the Sweet ---
REPLy.-The nomenclature and ing in Colleges "Discrimination in
Vegetables, of all kinds, not already Potato crop-it is one of Florida's"staples"a ;
classification of the Japan Persimmonare Railway Rates ;" "A Thinking Machine -
growing, should be put in without blessing to man and
we fear, in a somewhat "mixed" ;" "Health and Sex in Higher
j delay. (See our hints for February.)
beast.When and unsettled state, and we dare not Education;" "Proem to Genesis;" "An-
: Corn, melons, peas, squashes, pump- the weather becomes warm
undertake to which is imal Weather Lore "
kins, okra, should now be planted. and the ground dry, plant Lima, But- say variety ; "Japanese
best. The kind known House Building "The Influence of
as "Imperial, ;
The main crop of water and musk- ter and other pole Beans, manuring a
.,.--. has impressed to size Inventions Civilization "Col-
us favorably, as upon ;
melons must be started without delay. circle about as large as the top of a
and there orado as a Winter Sanitarium Durability
appearance quality, though ; -
There are many new varieties of the sugar hogshead, planting the seed
be and other of Resinous Woods "Infan
may probably are, sorts ;
Watermelon, such as "Kolb's Gem," around this circle, and afterward set- r
of superior quality. We fear our cor cy in the City ;""Arbor Day ;" "Sketchof
the "Ironclad," etc., that seem worthy ting the poles, with tops inclined in
respondent will have to wait until Sir John Bennett Lawes with
of trial ; but, such old, reliable and ward to a point, and tying them por-
next fall for his trees Southern trait Editor's Table Notices
as our ; ; Literary
well-tried sorts as the "Georgia Rat- together, like the poles of an Indian
Nurserymen have not thus far been Popular Miscellany Notes
; ; etc.,
tlesnake "Peerless I
(or Ivey), etc., lodge.
able to fast etc. New York D. &
: Co.
propagate enough to sup Appleton
must not be set aside or neglected. Cucumbers may still be planted,
ply the demand. It may interest S. Yearly, $5 ; single number, 50 cents.
The way to produce fine, large, fast- using for these and muskmelons a
F. H., and others to read the following]] Statistical Abstract of the United
selling melons is to use plenty of the liberal sprinkling of Pyrethrum or
account of this fine and attractive States
1885. Seventh and
richest and strongest manure(cotton Insect powder, upon the first appearance i Eighth
seed meal, lot scrapings and ashes, or of the bug or fly. fruit, from a native of Japan, Kizo Numbers. This very important pam-

well-rotted stable compost) plant the Forage plants of many kinds, suchas TAMARI, whose interesting chapter on phlet of 205 pages, was prepared in

best seed, as early as the ground is Pearl Millet, Branching Sorghum, "Some Japanese Fruit," recently ap- the Government Bureau of Statistics,

warm enough, and cultivate cleanlyand Kaffir Corn, Amber (Sorghum) Cane, peared in the Michigan Horticulturist, under the direction of the Secretary of

with care, ahead of the vines, un- etc., etc., should now be planted from which we quote : the Treasury, and contains elaborate
"Of Japan persimmons, which have tables on Finance, Coinage, Commerce ;
til they overspread and occupy the largely, in heavily manured drills, 3 ,
been tried with in this
success country,
ground. to 4 feet apart. To get a quick growthand south Washington, D. C., we have Immigration, Shipping, the Postal Ser-

Upland Rice may be planted from heavy yield of forage, manure [in Japan] forty or fifty sorts whichare vice, Population, Railroads, Agriculture ]-

the middle to the last of this month, liberally and cultivate constantly.GROVE conveniently classified into "Kizi- Mining, etc., etc. It is of much

for an early crop ; and, for a later one, AND NURSERY. washi," sweet and "Shibu-Kaki," value to business men, as a work of

again in June. Layoff! threefootrows Stimulate the "latent vitality" of austere. reference and may be obtained from
"I understand that many of the importations
and drop six or eight seeds in a your frost-nipt old orange trees by a to this country, have been either of our Representatives or Sen-

place every twelve inches in the row. plentiful top-dressing of cotton-seed of the sweet varieties, which will ators in Congress.

Plow out the middle space and hoe the meal, ashes, bone-dust, etc.-any good prove satisfactory. I fear, however, Catalogue General de Grainer, Og-

row clean until the stalks begin to and quick-acting fertilizer-and then some may bring in the austere sorts, nons a Fleurs, etc. Printemps 1886.

tassle-then cease cultivating. We run all over it closely with a Kalamazoo and condemn Japan persimmons en- Vilmorin, Andrieux: & Cie, Marchanda
tirely without discriminating. I believe
hope our people, everywhere throughout Acme, or other good harrow. there is mo'beyfor the people in favored 1 Grainier, 4 Quai de la Megisserie, 4,

Florida and the lower South, will Afterwards, sow down in cow-peas, locations who will plant persimmons.In Paris. Prix : Fr. 1.50. Gratis pour

give increased attention to the culture broadcast, as elsewhere recommended, our country, although there are nos Clients. An extensive and elabo-

I t, of upland rice. It is the wheat of our unless you prefer clean, open culture, some sweet varieties of good size, we rate Catalogue, of nearly 200 pages,
the austere sorts more largelyfor
I section ; and if anything like the same during the entire season. Both systems grow with illuminated covers and hundredsof
market. They are more profitable,
f attention were given to the preparation have strong advocates, and both because larger, finer in appearance, illustrations from the widely known

I of the land, manuring, culture, have been successful. "We" prefer more prolific, and really more palatable French establishment of Vilmorin, An-

I etc., that Minnesota, Iowa and Dakota the broadcast shading system for old, when put through our developing drieux & Cie., Paris.

I farmers bestow upon their wheat bearing groves, and clean, open culture process. It seems to me, that the people Annual Catalogue of 0. K. Seeds
I of this country ought to be patient
crops, the result would be most gratifying I for young groves and nurseries, and enough to also make the austere varieties J. A. Everett & Co., Watsontown, Pa.

I'. and astonishing. Let our"StateI I regard this aa the "golden mean"- the most profitable and satisfac- "Good Seeds Bring a Glad Harvest."

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.t Graphic, for February 20, con tention, and the fullest credit will be ize that this is the way the frost left veyed this week. It is proposed to

\ tains a full-page portrait of the late i given the exhibitors and localities us.-Fort Myers Press. begin the work of construction by the

; General Hancock ; a double page illustration : sending them, entirely unbiased by St. Marino* is the name' of the last first of April.

f, of the Opening of the Eng- sectional preferences. That Countyor new town in Hernando county. It is Regular rail communication now,

f glish Parliament by Queen Victoria ; locality making the best display in situated twenty miles southwest from between Jacksonville and Sanford; 1

I; an 'excellent portrait of Horatio Sey- department will reap the corre- Brooksville, in a high, rolling coun- and on the opening day, Feb. 22d, the

mour ; many other portraits and illus- sponding award of honor and the re- try. run was made in three hours and fifty-

trations, and the usual variety of literary sulting benefit. .. Oranges may be found in many five minutes!-a gain of eleven hours
miscellany. Published every We hope to make arrangements groves in Sumter county that are as over the steamboat line.

I Saturday, at Cincinnati and Chicago. with all the transportation lines to
sound in appearance, as delicious in The Callahan Recorder says: No
$4 per year. Ten cents single num- Exhibits free, and also to issue '
carry flavor and almost as jucy as before the orange trees were killed in this section

ber.The excursion tickets at low rates. freeze.It by the now "celebrated cold wave."

ti Rural Home, is the title of a Exhibits will be sold for the benefitof The of from this
is estimated that more shad are shipments oranges
new monthly magazine for the Farm, exhibitors if so desired, and doubtless -
December 563
now being shipped from the St. Johns place during were ,
V Garden and Family Circle, from Kent- at good prices.It river than ever before. Thousands and these from three or four young

; ville, in far off Nova Scotia. It aims is expected that leading business
leave the State daily.-Jacksonville groves.
i to be "an epitome of Agricultural In- houses, hotels, railroad and land I
Herald. The drawbridge on the upper St. )
formation adapted to the Maratime companies may be induced to offer
Johns at Lake Monroe finished
Truck farmers in Alachua are now was
Provinces," and costs only 50 cents valuable special premiums in the different -
busy with their spring crops. An unusually last Wednesday, and trains are now
Address Rural Home .
per year. : departments.All
large is planted, and passing over it. Monday last, regular
1 acreage
Kentville N. S. should be marked
: | the indications are that a good yield trips on the Jacksonville, Tampa and
The South. A Journal of Southernand "Florida Spring Exhibit, Jackson-
ij f will be gathered.The Key West Railway were put on to
Western Progress. "The Highest ville." Sanford.

Human Condition is Possible, where A. O. WRIGHT, Secretary. little city of Seville is enjoyinga
first-class boom. Seville has over Regular trains commenced running
Climate, Soil and Minerals\ Exist the Jacksonville, Feb. 22, 1886.
two hundred inhabitants, with water between Blue Spring and Lake Helenon
Greatest Perfection." --;:-----

Those Beautiful States of the South- State Mews. and gas works, sewerage and paved Monday, making two trips daily
streets, all under contract. and connecting with the mail steamers
The shipment of cabbages! from
those Regions than which the whole (
of the St. Johns and trains on the
Earth offers nothing more fertile or Wildwood began last Tuesday.The An effort is being made in St. Au-
Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West
more lovely.-John Bright The Hart Line of Ocklawaha steamers gustine to observe March 27th next, Railway. .

South is ably and industriously edited, is again running up that stream. the three hundred and seventy-fourth
Our truckers after their
lI gathering
beautifully printed, and artistically il- The Suwannee river is now lower anniversary of the landing of Poncede
bean the Wildwood
: lustrated-in all first-class Leon, in an apppropriate manner. crop says Orange
respects, a than it has been since last summer.
Plant, will plant the same land in corn,
useful and influential journal. Monthly. There were 12,214] dozen eggs Mrs. E. B. Kingsley, of Fruitland and follow their tomatoes with sweet

] S3 per :year ; 25 cents per copy. last Park has sweet of her
shipped from Crawfordville year. a potato own potatoes, thus making two crops on the

Address: The South Publishing Com- Another fishery company has been raising, and of the "Southern Queen"variety same ground. Cabbages and melons
85 Warren street, New York.
pany started, to be located near Daytona, measuring twenty-four inchesin will generally be followed by field
0. M. Crosby, Jacksonville, Fla.
circumference and eleven
-.fp .. on the inlet.It .

FLORIDA'S SPRING EXHIBIT. is reported that the orange trees pounds. peas.The management of the Putnam

i about Orlando are now shedding their Several large land sales within Manatee House at Palatka has contracted for

Fruits Flowers Vegetables and leaves and budding. county have taken place of late. twenty-five palmetto palms, to plant

, Home Products. Upon one of these tracts, about twenty- around the hotel
Cedar Key's artesian well is five new a portion being
22 27 1886.
five miles from Fort Meade
a colony
already in position. They are from
hundred and fifty feet deep and water
We invite the
hearty cooperationof
will be located and the settlement
all in securing from every sectionof has not been reached yet. eighteen to twenty feet in height.
called Park.
will be alternated with
the State full and representative I Oranges are still being shipped in They orange
The contract for furnishing the trees in the rows.
Exhibits for the above occasion, and considerable quantities from Titusville.
crossties for the railroad between.
also in keeping alive public interestin Good prices are reported. I Cheap excursion rates for tourists
Sumterville Panasoffkee, stipulatesthat and have been
ensuring a complete success that Work has been resumed on the De- I prospectors arranged
the ties will be placed on the A. O. McDonnell]
may remove in a great measure the Land branch of the Blue Spring, Or- I by general passen-
road by the 15th of April. A numberof of the Florida and
ger agent Railway
injurious impressions disseminated ange City and Atlantic railroad.
men are employed in getting them
I Navigation Company, between Jack-
throughout the country as to the ex- The Orlando Sentinel has a turnip out.
sonville and Tallahassee and Monti-
tent of the damage from the cold inches in circumference
twenty-seven Many\ farmers near Tampa are pro- cello. These rates ($5 for the round
wave of January.
thirteen and one-half
weighing pounds. tobacco seed for the of in effect
The Exhibit will be opened with curing purpose trip) are every Wednesday.
Strawberries at Sumterville are of and it is to be hoped that
appropriate exercises Monday\ evening Recent reports from Lake Worth,
worth $2 a quart. It is expected thatat the will succeed. There
project seemsto no frost or injury done by the
I r' March 22, at the Armory in the say
least 8500 will be cleared from one be no reason why as good tobacco freeze. Lucky locality there
I City, and will continue day and even- ;
acre of plants. be raised in South Florida i
cannot as
ing through the week. both frost and ice on the same coast
The Green Cove is afraid in Cuba.A .
We already have assurances of Exhibits Spring sixty miles farther south; and bananas

that will make the affair a suc- that the driving of an artesian well at farmer said lately that while he and pineapples were injured over one

cess-but we must work for even more that place will injuriously affect the regretted the loss caused by the freeze, hundred miles south, on the keys of

[ than an ordinary success. sulphur spring.A he rejoiced in the knowledge of the the same coast.-Key .Wel t Democrat,

, If ever an occasion has presented company has been incorporatedfor fact that it had killed the corn weavil. Feb. 20.The .

itself when united effort in this direction the purpose of building and opera- Not one of which he can find in his contractor, to make extensive

would result in the greatest ting a railroad from Apalachicola to barns since the freeze.JacksonvilleHerald. repairs to old Fort Marion, has a large

benefit to all sections of the State, it St. Andrews bay, Fla. gang of men at work. He informs us,

' is now. A branch five feet long was pulled The building of the Gainesville and says the Press, that he has men on An-

As this Exhibit is designed to advance from one of our trees Thursday, which Windsor Railroad is now a certainty.Two astasia Island digging out coquina
" the general prosperity of Flori- held thirty-eight bunches of blossoms.We lines have already been run by blocks, which will be lightered over to

.. da, all Exhibits will have careful at- would like our neighbors to real- the engineers, but a third will be sur- the city. The work alone of getting




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out this coquina will consume some An amusing story went the roundsof frost and the loss of but three or four An Unprecedented Offer.
To sending a yearly sub-
six weeks.A the papers .some years ago, about crops by this or any othar agency. scription any to one the DISPATCH, at full

Keuka correspondent of the Pa- some good people in the colder regions Prior to that time for at least 100 -ates, $2, we will send the New York

latka News says: "Many parties have getting up an interest in sending warm years no parallel] event has occurred. Weekly World free or six months.

commenced work in their groves, fertilizing flannel undergarments to the poor This shows three important facts: Scotts, A ,

and cutting back. All the needy children in Africa. With a 1st. Without an unnatural and there- Oil, with Ilypophosptoiteii Liver,

young trees that made a strong growthlast similar kindly and humane interest fore impossible change in our climatic' In Consumption and Wasting Diseases.

summer are putting on new leaves. some leading newspapers in our Northern conditions no catastrophe of this kind Dr. C. W. Barringer, Pittsburg,

Those that made a late growth as wellas country are spreading a very small can be apprehended oftener than once : Pa., says : "I think your Emulsion of

those that were poorly cared for amount of intelligence over a great or twice in a century. 2d. Groves tion Cod,Liver and fills Oil a is long a very felt fine want.prepara-It is

will lose more or less wood." many columns of type, in sympathy already planted or being planted have very useful in consumption and wast-

The Daytona Journal says: Indian with the suffering inhabitants of the the assurance of 50 to 100 years, at ing diseases."

River frozen regions of Florida. Florida has the lowest calculation of freedom .-.-4Consumptioii-
people are agitating the importance I
lost half its crop of fruit by a stress of from material] jnjury by cold. 3d. Cured.
of making a new inlet and dredg-
weather which, in our northern lati- No other staple crop raised in the An old physician, retired from
ing out their river. We hope they had in his i
will tude, would have seemed at the time, United States can show the same ex- practice, having placed
succeed in getting a good appro- hands by an East India missionary the
spring-like. Florida has a freezeonce emption from injury or even destruc-
priation from the Government for that formula of a simple vegetable remedy

purpose. A new inlet at the head in fifty years, and then the or- tion.-St. Johns .Weekly. for- the speedy and permanent cure of
The writers live farmers .e- Bronchitis, Catarrh,
and anges go. among Consumption,
deepening of the old .
one ones A Good Record.In
and fruit in the North who Asthma and all throat and Lung Affections -
would make it a magnificent harbor, growers the seed catalogue of J. H. also a positive and radicalcure

and also the finest oyster field in the expect to lose a crop every few years, Gregory, of Marblehead, Mass.\ page for Nervous Debility and all Ner-

South. Keep the ball moving.The therefore they feel for us, and think we 10, is found the following extract froma vous Complaints, after having testedits
are ruined. They seem ignorant of the letter of D. S. Lyon, Sollsville, N. wonderful curative powers in thou-

late blizzard visitation was a fact that cotton, naval stores, timber Y. : "This makes twenty-one years we sands of cases, has felt it his duty to

"blessing in disguise" to Bradford and other industries either have used your seed and always to make it known to his suffering fellows:
many one "
county. It destroyed orange insectsof our complete satisfaction. In our Actuated by this motive and a desireto
of which is valuable than the
more or- columns Mr.
advertising Gregory
all kinds and left relieve human suffering, I will send
our orange men have not failed. Besides which offers to send his catalogue of such
with anges, free of charge, to all who desire it,this
more confidence than they ever there are among us some thirty odd seed as this, free to all mankind. recipe, in German, French or English,

before had in the success of the busi- thousand Northern visitors basking in 4 with full directions for preparing and

ness in Bradford county. They now what they consider a very comfortable The crop of Sea Island cotton for using. Sent by mail by addressingwith

know that there lean be no danger to ; sunshine and 1885 is estimated at 35,000 bags. Of stamp, naming this paper, W. A.
actually eating unfrozen
I NOYES 149 Power's Block, Rochester. ,
be ,
apprehended from a blizzard oranges.-Church and Home. this 28,000 bags were grown in Flor- N. Y.

unless down to zero,.and such a degree << ida. The whole yield brings over -.- -----

of cold has never been, and never will What the Blizzard Proved. $30,000,000. Those who have used the Boss ZINC

be --.- --._ .. -- j and LKATIIEI: : COLLAR PADS and
I reached in Florida.-Starke Tele The late blizzard has served the I
pur-I Invalids' Hotel and Surgical In ANKLE BOOTS say they are the best
graph.A pose of giving employment to a goad slit iule. and cheapest, because most durable. \,

large force of hands have been at many liars. The Florida orange This widely celebrated institution, They will last a life time. Sold by

work during the past week laying groves were killed on" at first so thoroughly located at Buffalo, N. Y., is organized Harness makers on 60 days' trial.
with a full staff eighteen experience DEXTER CURTIS,
rails on the new Midland road, and as to leave no hope for oranges
and skilled Physicians and SurI Madison Wis.
I ,
vie have every indication of its early in the future. It now turns out that the rucst .
geons, constituting complete ; -- -- --e- -----
completion. The first engine for on the Florida orange groves are all right, organization of medical and surgical \ Early Golden Sweet Potatoes.

the line is on its way here from the and will produce oranges the coming skill in America, for the treatment of j During the past two years I have
usual. The Delaware all chronic diseases, whether. requir-i raised over two thousand bushels of
Baldwin] works, and is confidently expected year as peach
ing medical or surgical means for these potatoes, and now plant them to
We had drivea is now asserted to be killed {
by Monday. a crop past
their cure. Marvelous success has i the exclusion of every other variety
short way down the line on yester- all hope of resurrection, and the farmers been achieved in the cure of all nasal, 'I both for home use and for shipping

day, and were favorably impressedwith are to turn their attention to cab- throat and lung diseases, liver and North. Fine seed for sale at $3.00

the outlook. Everything con- bages and potatoes as the only means kidney diseases, disease of the digestive I I per barrel. Address G. L. TArn,

nected with its working and progresshas of keeping the wolf from the door. It organs, bladder diseases, diseases -I Glen St. Mary, Fla.
I ) to blood taint jan25 3mo
peculiar women,
an air of business about it which is probable that another week or two -----e----- .--
and skin diseases, rheumatism, neu-
speaks volumes for the success of the will develop the fact that the peachesare ralgia, nervous debility, paralysis, Seed Potatoes.

road.-Apopka Citizen. all right, and then the cranberry epilepsy (fits), spermatorrhea, impo- We have just received nearly 2,000

... bogs will be given over to destruction.If tency and kindred affections. Thousands bushels Irish Potatoes from Nova Sco-
1 the
From Biscayne Bay. a wave cold enough to freeze the are cured at their homes I tia. These potatoes are considered be
finest seed stock that can pro-
The of very
Editor Florida Dispatch: sensational crop of liars to death couldbe the through worst correspondence.ruptures, pile tumors cure, vari- cured. They are in splendid condition,

I Very little damage was done at induced to sweep over the countrythe code, hydrocele and strictures is and we will ship }promptly on receiptof

Biscayne Bay by the recent freeze. A public would be likely to see some guaranteed, with only a short resi- price. Early Rose, 83.50 per bar-

I few vegetables and bananas killed or good in cold waves.PhiladelphiaTimes. dence at the institution. Send 10 rel. Send orders in early.

I set back ; thousands of egg-plants and cents in stamps for the Invalid's CHURCH ANDERSON & Co.
Guide-Book ((168 ), which givesall Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 1Q, 1886.
I tomatoes remain unhurt. Lemons ------ -- ---- -- .
<*- -
particulars. _.Address, World's I I
limes and loaded with Old Orange Groves. For of descriptionwrite
sappadillos are Dispensary Medical\ ] Association, Buffalo Printing every
fruit in first-rate condition. As to Prior to 1835 orange trees were N. Y. i ir' to C. W. DaCosta, Jacksonville,

oranges, let those oracles who declaredthe growing in St. Augustine unkilled by __ I Fla]

extreme South unfit for orange frost for 100 years. One tree at Mandarin # A disease of so deli -- -- -

culture, come and taste the fruit now was recorded to be 70 years old cate a nature as stricture of the ure- !
thra should only be entrusted to those :
that date 8 1835 these
on our trees. at February ;
of and skill.
large experience By ;
with the other small in -- -- --
trees -
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Yours groves -
respectfully -
-- --
our improved methods we have been I
J. L. NUGENT. the State were killed by the frost enabled to speedily and permanentlycure I Fruit and Vegetable Market.
Cocoanut Grove, Dade Co., Feb. 188&. when the mercury fell to 8. The hundreds of the worst cases. I FLORIDA-DISPATCH LINE
+ WAngling trees unfortunately were not dormantat World's Dispensary Medical] Association I 261 BROADWAY NEW YORK, Feb. 'Z1, 1S& .}
663 Main Street Buffalo N. Y QUOTATIONS.
-may be said to be so like that date being almost in bloom. Florida Oranges,fancy, per crate. 3 OOa 3 50
.e. Florida Oranges, fair to good, crt. 1 50a 250
the mathematics that it can never be Since 1835, or 51 years ago, there has Sick and bilious headache cured by Florida Oranges,frozen J. D.inl'r Ft'A81IAGEN: crt. 50a 1,(a)

, fully learned.-Izaak Walton. been no destruction of groves by Dr. Pierce's "Pellets." Eastern A Kent.'I .



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t Lands for Sale. Grind your own Bono, !! SOUTH FLORIDA RAILROAD.Central .

A large amount of land f for sale ii \ MealGRAHAM Oyster Shells.
Flour and Cora ( Standard Time.) ON AND AFTER
quantities to suit purchaser in tht :, lnthetSH132VD; 2ILL SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 16{ 5.50 a. m.,
(F. Wllaon'a Patent). 1OO per Trains will leave and
l=** "'**' arrive as follows:
vicinity of Crescent CltHuntlllO'tou. cent more ma e in keeping pool-
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List of Patents Lake Como. Pomona and Forest > ;flllll. Circulars and Testimonials sent SOUTH___ __ __IIOI'M u __ _).___
application. WILSON UIIOS. Easton Pa. .
Hills. By i >1 : td .:

Granted for AGUICOLTUKAL MACHINES, IMPLEMENTS 'I : i "': ':, .... .,:.. .
J J. S. BROWN i .. 0 '" I.
: :!
II ETC., for the week ending Tuesday, : Z
STATIONS. j -c' 0 Zj' CZt
I :
from the Official l-6m.( Fruitland Fla. 'I'
February, 1888, compiled nov PIANOS&ORGANS I -CIS Z o I t.f '-" w-.1

Records of the United States Patent Office, i : M Mal -. iC 1 6 : .; F.
the FLORIDA DISPATCH, by -r + ,,. r Ol all makes direct to customers I '------1-' 1ewhart
for _
expressly --- "-' ----- from headquarters: at '
I A M ; M' M AMR.
W. A. RKDMOND, Solicitor of Patents, No. wholesale price All goods K. ';..J I. -1........I..: ;.:_ .

637 F Street, N. W., Washington, D. C., olwUoui I guaranteed.tili instruments money are received asked Sanford 0:, 8to,_..... I 4 ;,0'10 00, 7 50
Information may be had. JERSEY RED PIGS.I and fully tested. Write us :Belair......... 3'' 8 501.1 14' 1010 805Longwood.
before purchasing. An investment of Scents may ... 10, 9 5 ((11):10: 2Jj S 40
W. H. Brown, Dunedin, Fla.; Pru:lIng im-. AFine pure blooded IIK,, :-, :' ),sir, r m.i+ ;tkui; save you from 85O-OO: to 8100.00.ddress I Altamonte- J21 91;'......_1 51010 SJj: 9 00
a' -" JESSE FRENCH Nashville Tenm Ial ttand_...! Vii! 9 52)!10 9 35
PRClearyt St. Joseph, Mo.; Combined har- \\r.\YI'ltflSS'; iH K -VM r II 1't. I:.u" I I I' ,i It1 t. Wholesale, ;;tribuUJg Dcp't for the South. Winter Park+ 18i' 9 201.1. ... 5 23,10 551, 9 55

row and pulverizer. +3 \VlC. Oki i. I Orlando........ 2"11 9 A 31 55511;' 151 II 20
J. I3. Denton, Xevrtown, N. Y.; Fertilizer Kissimmee.., .10110 30 52( 645,12, (05 1 3UI

distributor.II. \.. (}roux, Montclalr, New Jeriey; Lawn PLANTS I I :' ': I':' P M I

mower. FOR Mmy%;go I :UalnesCity! 61111 6 171.1......_ _......
Thomas.' Felp-j, New Kent's Store, La.; Cotton 10 tsartow J'nc, 6S 11 -10l, 6 ......_,......_ 3 50
t scraper attachment.J. .-4 "JZ SI t-1o".4_ Auburndalei 721150! 6 37.... ....)'..._... 4 15
H. Jones, ckford I III.; stalk cutter. I ; I : I
F. E. Kohler, 'anton, Ohio; Hay tedder. I J1.1 Free by Mail. m r.ry Lakeand..1] 83(12: ( 21) 7 ......_'_...... 540
f J. L. Murray, Wlemar. Texas: ; Combined I w -- ... 931213:] 8 20.'.....-''......_ 635Setfner.
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Woodland Cal.\ ; Sacking attachment for : __ YOUR OWN SELECTION I g"\:5

t'' threshing machine. I co.-,............. 1rOlTII. RO11N1).._ .._ ,
Racine, Wls. Potato digger. .
H. T. UoberU), ; I : .
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and shield I ...-u No. 1. ROSE" Boa SUene; '' ROSE; Nit\)hetos 3, NOSE, 8 r i 1-'I ;d Q U
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i- :3: .sqWaJpuuq Pink; :3I: : IIOl\EYSUl'KLE, 'arlgaFoliage; 34 COLEl S, :z-5-c l I r"st o"stl F'fct ("
3.SSS5SS ci's. H Firebrand 85, FH, Maiden Hair 36IEItANII'11(; I : Ft.l'-
0- pun saqoaj; uj I ; ; Lemon =:';: r 111.\ 't'l STATIONS. M'l
HUJUIW( II'a l E-t scented ; CAnNA'l'lON' Starlet Of"m; 38 ANEMONE.o =M 3 : ) 21. :20. 22.
.o > .\pn ICA, hardy; 39. AMPELOPSI8 VEI'11C1111, Hardy t=i1" roIimIK'r :2 i
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*= 1, PaJ 40 SE SITh'E PLANT >-
Qtj .; ; ; 41 VIOLET, Double :P.M.: A. MS.JOjLv! A.1\1 P.M.
... aJ:a: .01.... ; 42,VIOLET double White; 4:1: ShLAX; 44JESSA- g.Z; 0 5.15 + Pembert'n Fery Ar, 9.3 7.(175( ,
s.. (JU(} 1-: iB 8G M 3 rO MIN E, ellow,hardy; 45: AKEBIA QUINATA ;46FUCHSIA S:' 11, 5.47 6,31).Owensboro.()!. ........1 x.J8: U.2IJ,6&,

o a. '.... d uual\ I .. .... double White; 47, AZALEA, double Variegated; 48 BEGOc :It-1o Ib, viS 7.11 |..........Dude .tSI| 5JW59r '; |
: M.1:1..:. -- :. aNIA RUBRA; 49, POINSETTIA double; 50, CARNATIONq 11'1 1'1 .crr -"{ 6.17 -.o.\!...........T>I I.!Cit.1 i u.31' 5.20'52

I 0 mnWlUIloq I 1 ::>=:r>:ra.'qq" = I I 7r Crimson lUn; 51 CARNATION,White; IlYDRAXGEA ocW 4:! 7.;*) 9.00 ...........Lakeland-.........! 7.10 3.511tl:
oco 724.a. "' :<:>IQ.r>..,.IQIQ ...!. Q./... lLJ.. ROSEA i 5.3, bA1.IS. ; 54, FUCHSIA, single White; 55, OU:0:0 UJ p=ii'V 5i 8.0' Ar ,........-Plant City..........!I 6.55. ......22
-- ------- -o. AUDIA, double Pink; 56 CARNATION, Garfield; 57 -3: _= (;):3, 8.2V' 1 .-ellner 6.2>........ 12

UI,tUl UJ.T I -q'wav=" :t;) --u'=:q" :. ._,.. ; COLEUS oldennedder; 53CROTON tnD ;f=n; 7r>: 8.5'j;, 'Arrive..Tampa..Leave. | 6. H)"........ 0
JS cc: ::> I-I-:6: ...,.Q.. ... Victoria; 60, JESSAAIINE StIBAC .z4 -= -- -- -- ------ -

75 ---- =gO Ixp. ._., III Bar.to. iv Ilraiicli.. -Dally except__Sunday_ _
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.JataUIO.lUa t pt S;;8;: g; rt.l: -p:. y ----f:3outh Bound.
;> cs ... TEN Assorted Plants for ONE DOLLAR, ac g.
IiBQ uuaN -i: a:atc3 .... :
:<:>:<:> : .. a c"' 0 TATIONS.: '
I Pas.'PaS.IPas.
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, ... -Of =1 or any one number. o:: m ::: =- '
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n., I
Os .. .: .: i.':(;',.1; .: .0.... IV. J.0O tZ! TEX Plants for 81.00, free by mall, of your :S:.., =,::.- a : ;.;:!;.;.

0 e-1""I:. .:_: '-.,".".. :.: -.:.t...=--.CIS.,., own selection. The collection of 60 Plants, -sa-Q. p Leave..Bartow Junction...... 0'i GI) 4.10 8.20

I o t- K ,..-C'1 .....c....?_ J c 1m I free by Mail or Express, for S5.OO.ELKHART ";7.._..... -_ Leave.....Winter Haven.......... SI12., % 4.25 8.10
I 0... "cC' ") "d "d' CJ"'" >4. i1)1V'- fI1C Arrive_...Bartow .............._......|,.1712.40| 5JM, 9.25'
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$ ; I.-Z. CARRIAGE & HARNESS M'F'C CO. !1-''Pa .
-=c tfJ L--4L.1 I l'aq'lpa'.ll'a8.}
No. 1 Farm 235O Every Buggy sold by(he mlddlo platform $55 1 :-'.E,tirt: -io.
Harness e % J2. H.I16, 18..r .
man has several dollars added
4 ;. _
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LOCAL ADVERTISEMENTS.Write \ to the First Price. We have no
but for twelve years (r. ,I A.3I p.I.lp.I.A..u.;
? have dealt with the consumer.V / ./ .. Leave n rfmv..1 0 :5.3u: 2.5li 7.00: IO.W:
telegraph Byron E. Oak esbip anywhere, with privilege f ... Leave Winter Haven.....!'!12' 612 3.25' 73511.05 i,
r+,, of examining before 'buyJI 4 ."f'lb'lng. '
Arrive Bartow unction'! ,, 6.30: :3.40; 7.50 11.20
the undertaker, for Marble, Iron Rail- ( t both. ways We pal not freight satisfactory.charges Sanford- all(1- indiiu1ItiverRailroad.- --- --- --. ---

ing and all kinds of Cemetery Work. Warrant pvrrythiiigforli years.
t OneJtrll'eonly.: j I Platform Spring I Dally except Hunday.
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A full line of Wooden and Metallic 11 1 Wagon S5 I3samea- othersTopaBuu Pas' I'N s. j
Farm o. i- & No. -
Cases and Caskets always on hand. at S90ofine! as usually sold for$125. ,purOllarnesa it'tl STATIONS. 21. =AI ,
2:3.1 I
are all \o. 1 Oak Leather. Single, 810 to :S: _
All orders promptly attended to, 25 Illustrated Catalogue free. Address, --I -
W. li. PltATT, Secretary, Elkhart* Indian P.M.I A.M
Laura St. Jacksonville Fla.;= 01 5.00lv..8anCord..ar', 8.05 17
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31 5.171 .......JFort Heed........ 7.18 14
-e-- Valrico Nurseries 5.25J' 1'"... ...tllutledge......... 7.40 12
A jdb lot of Manilla Pads, of different i2i 51 6.05:,Ar.........Ovldeo.........Iv 7.oo! 0
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sizes, for sale cheap. Made of '. e TROPICAL AND SUBTROPICAL. 1.6 J Flag Stations. Trains No. 3, 5, 9 and 7

waste and just the thing for r (IbO Dally except Sunday. No. 1 and 2 Dally.
paper Catalogue Free Trains No. 46.10 and 8 Daily except Sunday.
scribbling paper or memorandums. :5 [ E. i Train No. 3 stops at Lakeland for breakfast.
.. 50 -- Train No. 2 stops at Kissimmee for supper.
Send for and F
samples prices. --. |J m 1 W.G.TOUSEY: Trains No. 19 and 20 Dally. Trains No.21 and
C. W. DACOSTA. c S 22 Dally except Sunday.

Seffner, Hil borough Co., Fla. Connects at Sanford with Sanford and In-
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dian River Railroad for Ovldeo and points on
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aiORROS GO UN, Lake Je-ssnp; with the People's Line and

818 Bay Street, 6 FAIRHSQUAREDEALINO.Believing DeBary-Baya Merchants' Line of Steamer
i. L for Jacksonville and all Intermediate points
Dealer in Second-hand Clothing. on St. Johns River,and with Steamers for In-
that if has dealt with bis fellowY'
a man squarely -
Cheapest place in the city. Old cloth- ... "-O-R '' men bis patrons are his best advertisers 1 Invite all to dian River and Upper St.Johns.

I j make inquiry of the character of my reeds among over a At Kissimmee with Steamers for Fort Myera
ing cleaned and repaired. Spots taken GSED million of Farmers Gardeners and Planters who have and Bassinger,and points on Kissimmee river.
from clothes at __ used them during the past thirty years. Raising a At Pemberton Ferry with Florida Southern
your once. /I large portion of the seed sold(few seedsmen raise tbtT Railway for all points East and West,
..' C ATALOG u seed they sell) I was the first seedsman In the United A and at Bartow with Northl orhla Southern
States to warrant (u per catalogue) their purity and freshness.Uy .
for Fort Meade and South.
What that fear who takee Railway points
can man ] I new Vegetable and Flower Seed Catalogue for 1886 will be
tent FBEE to all wbo writ for It. Among an Immense variety, Through Ticket sold at all regular tuitions
care to please a Being that is able to my friends will find In It(and In none other) a new drumhead Cab- points North, East and West.FREDERIC.
1886 bage just about as early a" Henderson's, but nearly tirle as H. RAND
crush all his adrersaries.-Addison. torso' James; D. Gregory, Harblelaead, HAS*. mmy25-85 G.n'l Ticket AcenU


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lOc. : packets l'H10: T UNIQUE THING IN THIS
MIL '"
Vegetable-eed lOc. Postpaid.' 220,000 LAND OF FLOWERS IS THAT --X-l ,,
Catalogue free. J. J. HELL, Windsor, N. y. -12,000-: \ .

( REAL ESTATE OFFICE.or "nnl J-Y lJ lE ._

simplicity; durability
Fruitland Nurseries SOUTH FLORIDA LANDS
,and power.Be"u"'e tug r

Situated on each side of the wanted in all unassigned -

P. I. BERCKMANS Proprietor. A.t : FMorielsiluey territory.
T\Ilcanoj Pumps, Tanks. and Wind Mill
South Florida Railroad and its nave all kinds ot property, for sale, Supplies of every
The new edition of our Spring Catalogue Is L unimproved and those In the highest Farm and Suburban WaterWorks

eady for mailing. Bartow Branch -i..te of cultivation. Orange Groves, LakeFronts a specialty. Illustrated
and free.
Vegetable Lands, Truck Farms,Town Catalogue
The stock of /
The Phelps&Bigelow w.n.Co.X.aJauOO9
In the Counties of LOt, etc. The home of the Orange, and the Mlclu,and 1815 Wet
Greenhouse and Bedding Plants place where the Vegetables love to grow. 9U Street.Kansas Cltr.MOo
Orange, There is no such country under the sun like
that surrounding 1I anopy. Circulars and
Palms Roses Evergreens etc.
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Polk, .nlormation furnished upon application.
AVERY & BROWN, 60 Fancy Picture!, andS elegant -
Suitable for Immediate planting Is unusually
lircvurtt Cards tn Gilt Silt
) Micanopy, Fla. Edge,
mar -ly DARDS
large and select.
t'rln?e, Hidden Name. Ac.. 1
The former large area of gins' of our Floral *Ui inter, Songster,I$50 Prize Puzzle and
department has been largely Increased of 8 parlor games, all for lOctn. Game of Authors.lOcU.
late; thus giving every Incillty for the pro and Ilillsborougll.t 1LTSWORTH7SUMTER IVORY CO., Cllntonville, Conn.
auction of first-class stock at the lowest ---- -- ----- -- -----
prices.Catalogues. *;3OOO Acresof Agents Make S5; a Comilw Scales I
: ma'led free-address as above. COUNTY, Da y'selling ."crfcct
these are NEWLY acquired Lands, which Entirely new in principle. Weigh one ounceto
25 pounds. What family needs and
located the T. & R. R. and in the every
well on 0.
DEER ISLAND having been for several years reserved from will buy. Rapid sales surprise old gents.
heart of the.Lake Region. FORSHEE & McMAKtN' Cinclnatl,O.

sale are now offered.

GARDBNS AND NURSBRIES These lands comprise all classes and grades $100- John McMurray & Co.,

of South Florida soils. High Pine and Oak Manufacturers of

OAKLAND, OKANGE CO., TL.A.: will buy a warranted speculation or a Cheap
Lands among the Backbone Hills in the famous -

Home. Lots 170x210 feet. Waaons Drays Gartsl BnaIDOS
Pot Grown Semi-Tropical fruit Lake and Hill region of the Peninsula.
Send for Circulars. ,

and Ornamental Tree, Lake Views and Lake Fronts; large areas oi Horseshoeing and Repairing done promptly

Plants and Vines.! IE. II. HUCIOIAN, Prop., Office and Warerooms No. 121 Forsyth St.,
table lands well timbered with Pineand Oak
decl4-: m Jacksonville, Fla.
No Loss iu Transplanting. Jan 4-2m Jacksonville, Fla ---- -. .--
undergrowth; Low, well-timbered, PineLands
Catalogue and Price List Free, on application SIZE FEET: $4. / Buy the Best. EUREKI
OTS 40xIi
; Prairie and Marsh Lands set in rich t ,
to the Manager. Address Awarded FIRST Pre.
for Lakeview on Kingsley Lake rnlom Mnd Gold If...
native grasses affording good pastures F I LO R I DA nl at WorJd'IFalr.Ne.
A. E. CHAMPLIN, \ -3.iU buss a 5-acre I 'SI I Orleun .o er12leadln.l
cattle. Also, Town Lots are ottered in the Ith tract for.In Wind Mills. The Elf.
nov29-ly Oakland, Orange ''o Fla. OnAl\Ca; <.nO\ E. ItLKA; after a trial
thriving new railroad towns of Kissimmee, Send 2 cent strap for Map- etc., to lasting mos.was pro.

TROPICAL LAND CO., A ll nounced and today the best stands overall
SUNSET HILL NURSERYHends Winter Haven, Bartow, Auburndale, Lake- ;.. P. O. Box Io8, Jacksonville, Fl la.c ft at the head of allcompetltoni. 8izea.l
of -wheel either for
to 18 ft. diameter
F. Drew
Ex-Gov CJeo.
land, Plant City, Settner, Mango: Orient and REFER TO .JacksonvllleHnd Rev C. Pumping Power Mill Estimate. Perfect in all
parts and varrantfd. on ap.plicatlon.
Catalogues, with practical hints to y lcLcan, St. Augustine. Also Mfra-of the Adam*IM.rect .
Dade City. ... iIi. nov9-1y r Draft Burn Floor H r eFewer.
free application.
new beginners, on IncludedIn J Live Agents Wanted. Address .,
our list are the very choicest varieties For further information apply to Land De- --- GHIT do WOODW ARD. Kalamazoo, JtJeJ.;
grown. Thornless and Early Fruiting a
specialty. partment of South Florida Railroad Company ,

R. W. FIERCE, Sanford, Florida.WALTER Room No. 10, Bostwick's Block, ORANGE TREES.

t. .
Indian Springs, Orange County, Fla. Jacksonville, Florida,
dec 14.U GWYNN
., 1O.OOO to select from. Varieties: Swee
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I jan2-tf General Land Agent. Sevi Nonpareil..Navel, Indian River,Mag
FOREST HILL NURSERY, I REAL ESTATEand. num Bonum and Hart's Late, budded In 188118S2 .
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and 1S3 on sour stocks four years old
IOO,000Orange Trees for Sale Cheap W. M. LEDWITH. F. C. SOLLEE. Price,from 25c. to$1 each.

Twenty thousand budded from bearing trees :; and Sold. ALBERT FRIES,
of the best and choicest varieties on sour LEDWITH & SOLLEE, NovlG 3t St. Nicholas, Fla.
Btockfe three and four years old. Our stock is
grown on high, dry, light soil, is hardy, DEALERS IK Houses for Rent in desirable portions of the --- WalerWheels,-Millstones-- --- -- -
healthy and free from Instcts.Vc aspire! to
offer the best trees for t the least money. $.!? REAL ESTATE city. City property handled and and PORTABLE l MILLSMkaoiMtund
to >$E+:30() per hundred, according to quantity. >rAOeLoacli&Bro '.
J.H. KUUXVN & SON returns made promptly. ., ,
Office No. 7 Herkimer Block,
Fla. Prices wonderfully low. Send for
nov16 Gm Fiuitland .
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Conveyancing done carefully and at short Urge catalogue. Mention this paper.
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Headquarters for Haines City Property. Correspondence solicited. dec216mORANGEHIGHTS. A. N. OOJ3J3I1VS&J BRO.

Nnrsor of Lake Woir Go ----

: 100,000 Orange and Lemon Trees.Our HAINES CITY. .

trees are very thrifty, three and four "Heathiest Place in Florida."
year old stock, % to l% inch diameter, with
old buds. Nurseries SECUR TOWN LOTH. r
one year easily acces-
rolllnsr fertile lands rail
High, pure
sible to Florida Southern Railroad. !Send for superior
road facilities and Northern
society. ::
Catalogues. Address .
location for fruit and vegetable culture.A .
E. B. FOSTER, Manager
choice residence lots
few to
given parties
dec2My South Lake Weir Fla.
Land with who will build houses. Send stamp for full I
Healthy, High, Rolling I information. 1

ROSES 10,000 ROSESAll novtMy C. B. PALMER.

Beautiful Lake Fronts.This 1I I 1f
finest varieties, also Shrubs and flowers
of sorts. Send for descriptive list-sent Iree. REOPENED. Gun, Locksmiths, and Stencil Gutters,
Orange or any trees are uninjured by frost f
Kalb Oem Watermelon seed. $1.50 lb.
f Mammoth Iron-clad .. 1.50" is a Rare Opportunity to Purchase 24 LAURA STREET, 7t
Cuban Queen 1.00" Saw'sSANFORD Hotel & Biniug-Rooffi n t

'J Scaly Bark ., 1.25" Lots on the Highest Tractof JACKSONVILLE, - FLORIDA 'j

Boss U. ... .. 1.5J" 1
Georgia Rattlesnake (Georgia grown). tai" Land in Tropical Florida. FLA.
All iresh and true to name from fine melons. 1nn >2 -tf Qnnsmithlng done In all Its l branches. i.

Discount on quant Itles.MCHRIPE!

& KlNOSBURY.Jacksonville Untested Italians, March IRON SAFE WORK
Fla. Haines City Is situated half-way between Queen Bees. $i.:)iO;; April and May 31.25
----- ---------- Sanford and Tampa, and right on the South Jun" and July $1.00. Also tested Queens and Special rates on Stencil Cutting,by mall.

Florida Railroad. It Is situated on the highest nuclei. Dozen rates on application. oct 8-tf
SEED hOUSE SUU'rl." land In South Florida-ricbrolling and Address
healthy. This excellent country lies to the Miss ANNA M. BROOKS, SOUTH FLORIDA RAILROAD CO.
I ALL KINDS OF ;-- :"."'1.o: .*' southward of large lakes which protect the Sorrento, Orange Co., Fla.
tropical fruit. There is no frost here. The SA FFLA.Sept.ll,1S85. \
fact of the Indians having selected this section - -- ----
SEEDSillPLANTS8encUorNew &! of country as a home demonstrates beyond liThe Excelsior Hatcher" 1\OTle :.
a doubt that it Is absolutely the richest i From and after this date no Steamboata, t
Illustrated Catalogue: for 1R8G, portion; since It is their aim, on account Bert Incubator on earth I will team Barges; or vessels of any kind, will be '
and prices ot Field Seeds. Mailed FKEIS. aversion to labor, to find the most fertile :.'- htchout: erery fertile eg?j the allowed to take on or put off Freight or Passengers -
T. W. WOOD & SONS tracts; thus affording large returns from a I i only perfect felt-regu'ating ,or land at the wharf of the South
very moderate expenditure of labor. Hatcher in the world; nliabe: i Florida Railroad Company, at Sanford, Fla.,
lfbotesa1e and Retail Seedsman. Kirlim- _''-{!._V' Come and see this town before buying else- and. .elt- gu1atlnr. The price i except such line or lines of steamers or other
where. -- li placed to low that anybodycan vessels as are the direct: advertised connections I
EXCELSIOR CARPET STRETCHER. F. J. HINSON, afford to hire one. of the said company,and working under I

belts rapidly.Payable.a.'iOOOOaold.en" Haines City, Polk County, FJa. trated Catalognj tent tree I1U"'i contract with them. I
ADted. LOcal or traveling. Sample free. K.W. application.S. (Signed) JAMES E. INGRAHAM, 1 1ep21tf
_WiTu.oS8" G&Uen.1t11ch..Solo Manufactorer. Send tor descriptive circular,free. .STAIEL&SON Manufacturers,QuIncy,IDs. 8 Pr 1dent. I II


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With descriptions of ,

. Fruit Trees, Plants, Vines, Berries, Ornamental Trees, Grasses, etc., etc. JACKSONVILLE_ FLA..

I Together with full descriptions of all the Please Ponder the Following Facts and Act Accordingly.

1st. They carry the Largest assortment of Fancy.Groceries in the State.
Price List. Send for Catalogue to

W. W. :E3.A.: .V'VXJ: T S Sz SON, IFrops.: 2nd. They are doing the largest business of any Fancy 'Grocery establish-
ment in Florida.3rd. .
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They are selling goods at about New York prices, freight added.

I 4th. They WARRANT every aticle sold by them. .

5th. They issue regular Monthly Wholesale Price Currents.

ORANGE AND LEMON TREESBudded 6th. They employ a larger force than any Grocery ;House in Florida.

from tried and approved varieties, and on good healthy stocks. 7th. It will be to your interest to send for their prices before purchasing

Also, JAPAN PERSIMMONS, LECONTE PEARS, GRAPES, and a general line elsewhere. jan 26-tf
Fruit Trees suitable to Florida._ Address, .
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Vfav Ifi 83 tf
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::L.L.-v-xe-r.A. LJFt.SEJR.: ,

., ,,,y w r- 1D'.L AGES AND BOTH SEXES IIOMEr.UEl -
McBRIDE & KINGSBURY. Proprietors, 'y'' i J r ) AXD IMPORTED.COTM .

,' ,, ,l y" .z, and Heifers' bred to best Nethwrlaod
JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA.Nursery 1 ', 3_ a,c w and Aaggie Italia.
R- The Average Records of a Herd are the
at Point LaVlsta,four miles up the .St. Johns River. Boats land at wharf at ,, True Teal of ittt Merit.
the Nursery. A full supply of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, suitable for the climate of ,; ,x,.l'' n ,. The following Milk and Butter Record
Florida. Orange Trees Budded from Hearing Trees. Only the Largest King Seedlings selected ,,1' :. -. baTe all been made by animal now In
for Stock. A large supply of Two-Year-Old Buds on hand this season. Budded Trees ,. 'F oar Herd:
from 10 cents Groves Set Out and Warranted.
up. J.\I.IJLB:: : : :. ECOR.DS f
H.EFERENCEBank Jacksonville }) ii :
of ; rof. Halliday.of State Agricultural College. Catalogue .
sent on Three Cowg have averaged -r tn(101Ds.inayear.(
__ ___ ____ __ _________________ __ __ ___ sepl n_- _m i1 --= __ Five Cows have averaged over'tf.ooo Ibs.In a year.
;_ L- Ten Cows have averaged ov :o.OUO Ibs.In a year.
SAN MATEO r We know of about ;ftO Cows that hare made yearly rero- exceeding 16,000
NURSERIES. Ibs., and 14 of them are now in our Herd and hare averaged ore,500 Ibs. 2 have averaged -
overl6,0001hs.nr( 'i vi-ar. f 3, the entire number In the Herd that ha'' ..adeyearlyrecordsIncludin
fourteen 3 year u'rts' :+twenty-one l 2 year olds, have averaged 12,7' ,s. 5 ounces in a year.
A full stock of approved sorts of ORANGE and LEMON Trees-One, DIITTCD DCnnDRC Five Cows have averaged 20 Ibs. 7 or i a week. Nine Cows have av-
ull I I fcll IltUUnUwi erased 19 Ihs. !H oz. in a week. Fiftet .. Cows have averaged 17 Ibs.0 oz.
Two and Three-year buds. Trees fine and thrifty. Ornamental Evergreens in a week. Six 3 year Hs have averaged 14 Ibs.3 oz.in a week. Eleven 3 year olds, the entire number
tested, have averaged 13. Ibs. oz. in a week. Six 2 year olds have averaged 12 Ibs. IS oz. In a week.
I a specialty. Send for catalogue.sep Fifteen 2 year olds, entire number tested, have averaged 10 Ibs.8 3-10 oz.in a week. Tim entire original -
imported Netherland Family of six Cows,two being but 3 years old, hive averaged 17-316x.in a
week. This is the Herd from which to get found 'turn stock. Prices low for (qua| 'itv of Stock.
-6m MAXWELL_ ANDERSON & CO.. San Mateo\ Fin.) tMtTHS. p ;I6f-.* a r : An! !' L1kQQidR Sf 4 F ""RACUS M.! Y.
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Thf3bacbincearelight.strong, !Send now if you are Interested
p. N easy-running, It'lUura.lJlfO e.. in}Farming: Gardening or Trucking,
in design and IInt"b. fur our 1886 Catalogue which
.. ADAPTED TO THE CLIMATE OF FLORIDA, INCLUDING Toolw Pr.rtia/altdar e. fully describes our tleed-DrUla,
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lJIIb.e: rune ,i-Cl I..e m0ia -ALLE.f- -t 1Phee1 IIce
S. L. & GO a
\ and Hollow Steel
in variety, other Citrus Fruits, Peen-To ami Honey Peaches, LeConte and 127 and 129 Standard Hone Hoes

Keiffer Pears, Japan Plums, Japan Persimmons, Figs, Guavas, Grapes, etc. Catharine Street, f1\, and Cultivators. Free to all.
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Orders from East Florida shipped from our Nurseries on Drayton
Island, St. Johns River. :c.: PC a ccp

2 .-3
A. H. MANVILLE & CO. # ;. I 'C"1 M OI
; :rQ4 :- '' & O_ H COCO
aug24-ly Lakeland: Polk County, Fla. -= stfG( > D1 'o2< a--Z Kp c
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Offer ior the season of lS& -6 a choice stock of Ot ii' t _,.. "% 00O '< to:
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I' THRIFTY, WELL-Gil 01STN, BUDDED ORANOE TREKS} ", -pr m; .?*..*.. ra
z N = Q
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Consisting of the well-tested, named varieties, Homosassa, Magnum Bonum, :Mandarin, +MN 4- '7 ";1: :_: o UJ_
Tanglerlne, "Mediterranean: Sweet," etc. Also, 4.' ?

I Sicily Lemon, Grape Fruit, Shaddock, Lime, J : ; : 4'S-, CE S Q... H

FIGS lnPvarlet"J.1cludin/! / White Adriatic; CATLKY GUAVA, both red and yellow .z.- 3 i UJ
EARLY MULB u.RY. JAPAN PLUM, and other Fruit and Nut-bearing) Tiees Plants c: aS .:.: ::: 0
and Shrubs suited to the climate of Florida. S ? 4'<" -0
CXa'o::uea with pri ceN sent on application. Address 3p' de c.s 2 -
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oc5-6m San Mateo;Putnuiu tVninty.' Fla. .. .:.!.. (;OJ: (5 5s 3 "
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t Peach Trees a specialty including the honey Peen-To, Albert Sidney,Thurber, and other 3 9Q 7 'c Hs
varieties of the Chinese Type; also LeConte and Kiefer's: Pearson LeConte Hoots,and other I 5. < : O C '
-:4 Pears!, both Standard and Dwarf; Japan Persimmons, Kelsov's Japan WW ( ; ::: 2 i OB < :
\ Plums Quinces, Grapes. Figs; Almonds, Filberts,Walnuts Chestnuts!:! 50,000 Orange Trees. I .i ftK 5" -"
Shade and Ornamental Trees,etc. Catalogues free on application. OJOJ '
REFEn?NCFS-First National Bank, Jacksonville; :Messrs. George F. Drew &; Co.,Jack- F .. 3 < --"
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;f Bangor Orange Box Shooks and Hoops ,

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WINDSOit two to four thousand dollars; two saw and
planing mills running two stores up and one
: ORANGE WRAPS) 480 sheets to the ream, best quality. Is the name of one of the prettiest and health- office another store building; a Post Office
10x10, lie.; 11x11: 13c.; 12x12, loc. iest towns in Florida, or any other State. established ; bakery livery stable, and sev-
Situated on the eastern shore of Lake New-
eral set out miles of streets
Tne Bangor Box nas been before the orange-growers of Florida for the past ten years; IsUMed nan, a beautiful sheet of water some nine cleared orange out.-groves in fact the whole face of the
exclusively by the larges packers and shippers of the State,and is recommended by miles in length, abounding In fish. Nine I is rapidly improving.
all Commission Merchants as being the NEATEST, LIGHTEST and STRONGEST Orange Box in miles east or Gainesville, two miles from ,
the market. Sales for the past season upwards of 300,000 boxes. Gruelle station on the Florida Southern Railroad !
and four miles west otCampvllle station PKOOKESS.
See that bundle is branded I
every on the Peninsular Railroad.
II I During the fall and winter two more stores
I I are to go up, one church, one academy,and a
CROSBY &: GO\.VEN, State Agent., San Mateo, Florida. LAND. score or more of dwellings. A steamboat is

Windsor embraces a tract of about 4,000 to be put on Lake Newnan to connect with
Florida Southern Railroad at Gruelle.
acres, nearly one-half cleared. The soil Is the
Tyien &Smith,Jacksonville; S. H. Benjamin t Co., Micanopy; Lovell & Pemberton, Lees- neither the white sand of so largea portion of i
burg; Wartman & White Cltra; E. W. Agnew & Co., Ocala; C. C. Waite, Reddick J..1\1 Florida, nor the red clay of Georgia, but a ACCESSIBILITY.Windsor .
I Reddick, Brooks vllle; B. Jenkins, Altamonte. augl6.8m.u dark rich loam, producing excellent crops of I I
all varieties of vegetables or the finest orange is easy of access. Take the steamerto
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& UiLUEGiRASS SULKY PLOW 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-
fronting on the lake. vllle, three and a half hours from Jacksonville -
FOR DEEP BREAKINC WITH LIGHT DRAFT. and a hack ride thirty or forty min-

-,; :r: 'S: : ...,,. HEALTH. utes will take you there. Hack meets after-

A .:.:.:. till QCIi( K KETUKNS TOWo a .rtyt ... u: noon train from Palatka.
= v The wonderful healthfulness of the place
< ACENTS ::: ; ;:-i: has been the subject of remark for the past

O 2iffl : :..:........ .... 'c" "0': -" thirty years. There are people now living ONE HOTEL NOW OPEN.We .
W 2 =. :> J', -: there that have been residents for that lengthof
'00 have excellent site overlooking the
= As ; en an
0 5 5' thc BLUEORASS.v ells on ....= time, and who assure UM!> that for a popula--
Might, .l lab.1'1 ; lake, of five acres, which we will donate to
require un ; ; '
oJ ": tion of seventy souls there was not a physi-
who will build a good hotel to
any party
o 0 fe -. riouA talking up.:0- =:' _- ,c.= cian called before the war in fourteen years. accommodate fifty guests. No better placecan
2 co oS ;: What of country can make so be fonnd.
:: j ----'-* c!:: :-,; a'I;;. good a showing I ? It is high pine land with
excellent water sore throat and catarrh soon
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disappear here. LANDS FOIl: SALE.
(4H : 'E = -f :ICIJ
.. Lands can be purchased at from Fifteen to
.J I t.- I IM a ..,.. 0 y- :-:: -: CLIMATE. One Hundred Dollars per acre, according to

Mot hi CIJ = COI :.: ." ---..-.- Windsor is located on the ridge midway; location, and whether timbered or cleared.
J < .c f -: : --.:; ;;: oetween Ocean and Gulf, giving it a steady Several beautiful lake fronts.
... O Xr ::: even climate. No hot nights here and few
IN... O *.. Q.. =.-"'; = insects. DO YOU WANT A 1IOIYIE IN
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o ::. ITI ... "" 7. UIPKOVEJIENTS.Windsor ; .
O" If so, we would say-take a good look at
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Qu CJH --:" -00 = and there are up and in course construction
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I' A convincing proof of the superiority of the BirroKA:O over any other Sulky Plow is:: :the
fact that we place it with fa.111l'r.: every \ upril-20-Gmos OB WINDSOR.Jacsonville .
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1 Not' a solitary one has vet been returned. TIi.: is! unprecedented<< in the history of improve1 : and Panama Park

implements.THOS. (V2E5KLE $ CO. :Fl.ea1 I s'ta-te :Excb..an.ge.CITY : : .

Manufacturers: of


Orange Gc tves choiceJBuilding Lots and good Garden land near the city for sale.
f COTTON AND COQ"9 l PV NTERS. &c. &c Houses and Truck', gardens for Kent and excellent land in lots of half an acre and upwardsIn
good location for* sale on monthly payments to par ties who will improve..Groves .
p x-x ff #f- planted. and taken care of,houses built and Improvements made for non-resi-
dents. .
43300,000 Sweet Sel ilings and variety of other fruit trees for sale.
..-Money to loan o Improved property.

ATKINSg 1 wry FOUR .:T. S. BELL, Notary Public.

, Office Hours at No. 1 Reed's Block, Bay street City, .from 9 to 11 A. M.
At Panama Park from 2 to 6 p. M. sept29-tl

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, GRADES SILVER STEEL PRIZESSAW otice to Shippers' of Oranges


S New Orleans.AT

j special attention of Shi called to the JEW SCHEDULE arrangements 01
these old established Railroads. trough Georgia, in co: aection with the Cincinnati Southernand
I Seuf for Catalogue and Prices toE. Nashville. Chattanooga and St. Louis Railways. f Western Points. Inquiry into the
P > : merits of the roads that constitute this line, will saC!/fy Khlppers as to their reputation for
C. ATKINS &C Indianapolis Ind.l reliable Train movement. These roads are long establ > wed, and their Schedules not experi
., ments. Just claims promptly paid. Any information .n regard to the Line cheerfully 1 Yen.
: We give below figures that will show the bestposslbl' TIME between Jacksonville and Cln
Coleman !New Orleans
, Dudley Agent; clnnatl,and all points West:
Shippers desiring to take advantage of these routes rill give explicit directions, and *ee
Refrigerator Transportation for Strawberries and other Fruits to that their Bills of Lading or Railroad Receipt, read 1.1" Savannah and Central Railroad. of

' Northern Markets. Georgia.


II SOUTHERN REFRIGERATOR Co.BOWEN'S Leave Jacksonville...................................(S. F. & W. R:! .............-............._............... &00 pm
Leave Gainesville......................................( >1.......M___.........-....._............. 2:00 pm
i Leave Savannah................................................................ ... ...-................._................. 3:40 pm
PATENT REFRIGERATORS ) Leave Macon....................... ........................_................ .._......_............._............._.... 2:38 am
Leave Atlanta..................................................-.............. ............_..-..........................._ fc35 am
I Will be prepared to carry Strawberries for growers In Georgia and Florida to Northern :Leave Boyce....................................................................... ........__._........................... 8:20 pm
f markets daring the coming season. Arrive Cincinnati........................................................... ............_..........._.................._ 5:00am
V.t For rates and all information apply to Leave Chattanooga.............................._..................._.. _._...........................................1030 pm
Leave Nashville............................................................... ............................................._... 5:15 pm
W. H. PILLOW, Jacksonville, Fla. Arrive .Loulavllle................................__....____...... ....... ....................................._ 6:00 am

W. H. LUCAS, Agent, G. A. WHITEHEAD, G. F. A.,
dec7-3mo GEO. B. EDWARDS Charleston S. C. Jacksonville, Fla. Savannah Ga.
W. F. SHELLMAN, Traffic Manager
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Maitlaiid Nursery-

vt.tiIRMM in Roa! Estate A FRIEND IN NEED.
Notwithstanding the freeze,can still supplyBudded
raizrrts Orange and Villa I Franca Lemon trees I>1-. HAVOCt'>i
err ra. In quantity and in good order at icasonable
prices. All varieties in stock. NFALLIBLE[ LINIMENT.
The VI la Franca stands at the head and
RA.IX/WA.Y. $500 will buy a tine residence lot at was unhurt when all other lemons and limes Prepared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen
Tampa. Easy telms. wer badly inju+ed. Send In ;yourordeis weet. of Connecticut, the natural Bone Set
ter. Has been used for more thun 50 years,
February and July.
WAYCROSS SHORT LINE. MAITLAND NURSERY.Malthiml: and I Is the hest known remedy for lUuuraaLism -
will buy 200 acres high rolling
$5000 Fla. ,Neur"'J Sprains[l, Bruises! ,Cuts,Burns,
adjoining the new town or ,
wounds and all external Injuries.
All Trains of this Road are Run by Cenut.. ((90th) Pemberton, Junction of South Florida and -- --- --- ---------- --- --- --

Meridian Time, which is 33 Minutes Si"*, r Florida Southern Railroads and the Withla- THE DINGEE & CONARD CO'S SOLD BY ALL, UlCUGGlSTS-TKY IT.
Jacksonville Time. coochee River -

ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, NOVEMBER will buy a residence lot i.. oriole a of*90 a month
15,1885PassengerTrainttwili l"av. ,i n. rrtve $1 00 new Railroad town on s. F. u.il.: in ROSES : and Eij n_paid I
dally, as follows-' agents everywhere
Hernando county. Easy terms" : eouresslonsto SALARY Roods to Dealers or
those who will build. Place rapidly Im- I to distribute circn-
NEW ORLEANS EXPKE, proving Our r ....Inlv isg-owfngand distribute ,, expenses advanced.
zttf have all the latest : : Sample package of
Leave Jacksonville dally i'dd a ni JU)" : salary promptly
Arrive Jacksonville at.......... 7:15 standard sorts in different sizes and prices to satt all our goods and full particular FBEK. Send 8 cents
at dally m .
p i ffwill buy a handsome lot in Parkers- want Over -ISO <>> ,"rsr mneltrlJ to chooeefrom. .or r.ackin.ctc.. vv- mean what: we **>.
Leave Callahan dally at_....... 8:08:!: a m $ W burg.Marloncouuty.facintf: oii "ClOp. We send*tron Pot Ro-es safely by mail to alert *>u t I. NATIONAL postage SUPPLY COMPANY.Palace .
Arrive at Wa'crossdaUy at... .... .10:00 a n er Park. Send for colored map. Property of- Offices purchaser's choice of varieties all lad. liulldlng. Cincinnati. Ohio."J'SI'.J' .

Leave Gainesville................................ 6:3) a m ered cbeap.I50 12 PLANTS OB sstosis .:',- ..- .- ,. .
Arrive Gal newl lie....... ............... 8:35:: a m very 3 in_| -. 25 B a per n end red. \ """ 'T -

Arrive at Thomasvllle dally at.... .. t:*<' p m according WM to valae. Two year Roses by express. Oat Chrom 2i Hidden Name Cards, name
Arrive at Balnhrldge dally at........ ... ::'s5 p m $ will buy a large building lot in New(:u id P.78 pasres.elegantly] illustrated.lire e. 50 I I'c. or Samples and terms, 4c. Crown
.Arrive Chattahoochee dally at...... 4:04 p m Windsor, Alachua county, a flour- Address THE ni.XJKIC: : 'ONA1MJ CO., OU, nov23eowl3tU.
Isolng place. \Voht (:rove Chester: Co. l-a.. Ptg (Co., N'orthlord, ('t.
Rose Growers.
Arrive at Pensacola via L. & N.It,!L.+i :10 p m
Arrive at Mobile via L.&N. It. H......... 2J.: :>a m
Arrive at New Orleans viaL.&N. R.R ;:JO n m $5000 wlll buy 400 acres land ad adjoining PLANT SEED C03IPANY'S RELIABLE S. FAST MAIL STEAMERSFOR
Pullman Buffet Sleeping: Cars to and from Windsor. Easy terms. only)
Jacksonville Pen Racola. Mobile and New $500 cash required; balance on long time to E o f ABM
Orleans. suit purchaser.

FAST HAIL. will buy a well locate lot of II

Leave Jacksonville dally at............... 1:4U: p m $2 50 acres at Oriole; land al; high and Palatka an All LamlinRS s sON

Arrive at Jacksonville dally at..........12:00 m dry ; originally selected. for orange culture. Writ for their ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE. A&IrtSSS
Leave Callahan dally at._.................. 2:25 p m Long terms of credit. Only S2o cash required,
Leave Chattahoochee At....................11:10 a m and an equal amount per annum plus. the in- PLANT SEED COMPANY, I
Leave Thomasville at....................... 1:20 p m tere-t on deferred payments. The easiest 012 NORTH FOURTH STREET SAINT LOUtS, MflLC RIVER
Leave Gainesville at ........... 6:2: am terms offered on high dry lands In Florida. Mention this Paper.) UPPER 6T. JOHN'S
Arrive Gainesville. 8:2 a m Enquire for particulars. --.-, .
Leave Live Oak at.. 9:35: a m $450 will buy a fine 10-acre( lot close by -..;.' -.\ ,, ".. ... I .1' :.: .'J-fT If';.I." "" \" 'I C....,. r TAMPA MANATEE it!VEIt.
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Arrive at Waycross daily 4:20 p m station at Candler, Marlon county. :.";_ .\.'_'" :\ -ii >- t 011--
Arrive Brunswick via B. & .V. It. R... 8:20: a m Very prosperous place; Rood lands. (". .-, iJj: '.>,rR.fTEDWJ.I\, ;( ..- West Havana and New Orleans.

Arrive at Jesup dally at....................... 5:55 p m will I buy a choice o-acre lot at Can- = rt.. DLS.cR/ Pllcc.fh. J. .. N Key ,
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...... $2 2 5 ,
Arrive at Savannah daily at. .. .. 7:40 p tu dler close by the station. '
Arrive at Charleston dally at........... 1:10: a m ,. ..:. tl (" J 'q'S.J i.\r
Arrive at Washington, D.C. daily at 11:00: nt will buy a 4 -acre tract of hlgb'roll- "'-- 4fl (_ .
1. pine land 1 lying a little off from I r :: J
Arrive at New York dally at.........._. 6:50: a nl :
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars Jacksonvilleto the S. S.,O. & O. R. It. in Marion county. Satisfactory f ':t.f Vp.'J
New York without chance. terms to buyers. : ,':9Zr: ''
Pullman Buffet Sleeping; Cars, Washington $280 wilt' buy a beautifully located ;I -" tY-E"_ ,.un' j 1f.v IcP :- o.i'::; .,"" :.7 PEOPLE'S LINE $T1K1V111R35]
to Jacksonville. whole block of lots I'arkersburg.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars,Jacksonvilleto Money in It for the right man. Over 3(0( lots w''lbematledFfrEtoaltap. tyrar without orU,.r.Usit.! It*>r.--iti.:..c <:-.ns and about to customers 130 pa" of-,
St. Louis, via Savannah, Atlanta, Nash now sold. riuftrations:: pn.cd, ac ur-ta dcscri tion':and! \31' '
ville and Evansvllle. ictions fMlaming, nil \irintil's or V GET.\
will 1C land
I CO buy acres good
$ I\J\J orange -.1: l'I.tn. : .MKEUS, Po ULIS,etc. i&to \*
adjoining Parkersburg all. '-.: !I1'y to Uarfcrt!: Gardener.: g' tvl fir ;i steamers H. B. PLANT, of the People'sLine
EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS. will buy SO acres high rolling{ D. M. FJJIY: YY & CO.' I."atroitiellci' !. unt.ll'1TY OK) JACKSONVILLE the
Leave Jacksonville daily 5:00: pro $2500 land adjoining Floral City, in : ,...1 De Bary-lhiyu Merchants' Line, will run as
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Arrive Jacksonville daily at........... 7:5'i a m Hernando county. Money In It for subdivision lo'lows: : Leaving the DeBary- aya Line
Leave Callahau dally ... 5:13: p m Into lots. Terms to knit. MOKETON MUlCKAY, I CilAKLKri: McNAH Wharf al loot of Laura street:

Arrive at Callahan............................. 7:11 am will 80 Notary 1'ublic. Justice of the P aoMURRAY Leave Savannah, Florida and Western
buy acres good high rolling
Leave Waycross....... 7:57 p m $800 pine land north of Couper F. S. & MINA} Y. Railway wharf, Jacksonville, I
Arrive at Waycross dally 5:10 a in In Hernando Good .neighbor daily, on arrival of..1'ast.laU train..
Leave Gainesville dally 3:50 p m R'y hood. county. Leave Jacksonville.............................. 3:00 p mi
Arrive at Galnesvilledally at 9:15: a m EAST CO.JT LANDS i cave Green Cove Spring...............-.. 6:10: p m
Leave Live Oak dally at..................... 7:15 p m $600 will buy 20 acres land at Oriole Leave .Tocoi......................................... ts:15 p m
Arrive at Live Oak daily 5:50 am with Lake Front. Halifax River," Volusia County Fla. Leave P: latKa.............................._...... 8:10pm i
Leave Thomasville dally at.......11:25 p n 000 will buy a handsome 80 acre tract All kinds of Grove Lands, splendid Bulling Leave Welaku...................................-10:50: p m
Arrive at Albany daily at. 1:41 a tr $1 southwest of Oriole, close: by Improvements Lots on and near lU'er.tl reris, wit Leave Astor........ ..... .......................... 2:00am
Arrive Montgomery via Central R. R. 7:10 a ni ; commanding building bite; fine stamp, Ormond. Volusia County Fla. Leave UeLand Landing.................- 4:15am
Arrive Mobile via L. & N. R. R......... 2:25: p in land. ,lee relysaiJPL Leave Blue :springs ...........-............- 5:00 a m
Arrive New Orleans via L. & N. R.R. 7:30:: p m 1000 will buy.W acres land, high and -- Arrive Sanford, South Florida Railroad -
Arrive Louisville via L. & N. It. H...- 2:20: a ui $ IJJ dry adjoining town plat of Oriole.A :n.OOI'or1:3 1Vco5!.' The wharf..... ................................... 7:00 a m
Arrive St.: Loais....... 7:40 a m fortune for some, one by sub-dividing into 1.O.. (... ("; ":':: 'i''Lill Arrive Sanford, City wharf............... 7:40 a m
lots. bo mailed,securely wrapped,to ny:: n''.::re:'.3 in: the Arrive Enterprise..............................- 8:10: a m
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars between building United States COLS forThrcollonths Leave Enterprise................................. 8:30am
Jacksonville Louisville, via Thomasville, $600 will buy 40 acres of land adjoining on receipt of Ono Dollar. Liberal -
Albany, Montgomery and Nashville, and to preceding. discount allowed to Postmasters Agents and RETURNING,
and from Montgomery and Gainesville. \\tJI) buy 80 acres land adjoiningthe Clubs.The POLICE ma< A! LED GAZETTE Leave Sanford, City wharf.................. 6:25: p nu
Pullman Palace Meeplng Cars and Maun $12 50 Company's lands at Pember of New York is tao .IJ | OXI.Y le- Leave Santord, South Florida wharf 7:00 p m

Boudoir, Sleeping Cars via Waycross, Albanyand ton which they have laid out in building lots. pitimate Illustrated Sporting: and Sensational Leave Blue Spilngs.............................. 8:50 p DI
Macon; and via Waycross, Jesup and River front. A bargain. Journal published on the Amcr'ca-i: FREE Leave DeLand Landing..................... 9:25 p m t
Macon ; between Jacksonville and Cincin- continent. Apply for terms to ; Leave Astor.........................................H:25 p m
nati. Also, Through Passenger: Coaches via $2500 will l buy 120 acres fine land between Richard K. Fox, Franklin Square, New York. LI a''eV claka.-.................................... 2:15 a m
both routes between Jacksonville and Chat- Dade City and Tucker- _-- Leave Palatka................. ..................4:30 am
tanooga. town In Hernando county. Leave 1'ocol....................... ................. 6:30 a m
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars between will buy 10 acres splendid highland Leave Green Cove Spring-.....-.......-.. 7:15 a m
Jacksonville and Savannah, and Gainesvilleand $400 two miles from Urooksvttlo. ''asonP&Harn Arrive Jacksonville............................ 9:4oa m

Savannah. $800 will buy a young orange grove,2Ki Connecting at Tocol with St. Johns Rail-
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars from Jack. trees, some be lnnlng to bear; road, at Palatka with Florida southern
onvllle to Washington, D.C. grove In fine condition; Clay county, fine Hallway ; at Astor with St. John's and
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars,Jacksonville neighborhood; quarter mile from Klngsley ORGANS : ;;. PIANO: Lake Eustis Railway: at DeLand Landing

to Louisville via Thomasville, Albany and Lake. Highest lion em" [Vl New m At of'ringing. with iJeLjind and St. John* Railroad; at Enterprise -

Montgomery.Pullman will buy 160 acres high pine land onatallC.reatWorld's Do with A. C., ? t. J. & I. R. Railroad for
Buffet Sleeping Cars New York to $1 000 In Hernando county; place has I Exhi-for ioacRn. 'nutrrquueonebosons ,. rter as- TitUKvllie; ; at Saniord with steamers for In-
and Cincinnati
Jacksonville to Jacksonville several hundred dollars worth of improvements eighteenyears.( t ITI>H h tuning as dian River, and with trains of the South
Pullman Palace Sleeping CarsIt.Nasbville Louis to on it, including house; Rail road survey One hundred t'lan.'S on the Florida Railroad for Tampa; at Tampa with
Jacksonville, via Evansvllle, Atlanta runs through place. Styles. $22. to v r r v a t i i a Kqoo the steamer Margaret of the People* Line

Pullman and Savannah.Bullet Sleeping Cars between $5000 will buy SIO acres finely located $Easy. For Payments Cash. DO w res. tpin'system. Remarkable for points on Tampa Kay and Manatee Mascotte.River;
with the steamships
land In Hernando county. Will orRented.Catalogues for connecting
Jacksonville .
and Washington, and Jacksonville
free. purity of t':ne Hutchinson and Whitney lor Key West and
sell all
and Cincinnati. or part.HOMES b .
and Saturday -
Through Tickets sold to all points by Kali Havana every Monday rest Thursday: Tuesday,
arriving at Key Friday
and Steamship connections, and baggage ORGANANDPIAd) CO.: and,Sundays, and Havana on Tuesday Friday
checked through. Also, Sleeping Car berthA and Monday.
and sections secured at the Company's Office leave Hivana on
hemming steamships ,
in Astor's Building, 82 Bay Street, and at Depot IN FLORIDA 154 Tremont St..Boston. 46 E.14th St (Union Sq.), Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday Key

Ticket Office,and on board People's Line N. Y. 1 49.. Wabash Ave., Chicago.. West Wednesday, }<'r1dayand Saturday, arriving -
Steamers H. B. Plant and Cbattahoochee.JA8. -- -- -
at Tampa Sunday, Thursday and Sat-
L. TAYLOR, OrIole, Hernando County.. u r" 'f.A VARIETIES OS day,at New Orleans on Monday.A !
General Paweneer Agent t. '?cp'E 9 FRUITTREES, freight steamer of the People's or De Bary-
Send for colored Map of Oriole and
stamp :u)
= leavts Jacksonville
R. G. FLEMING, Superintendent, information how to get a home In Florida, :- 0 J VINES PLANTS ETC. Hayalerchants' Line, leaves Sanford
close by Railroad In active operation. Splen _- M Applet Pear,TenrhCherry, Plum, daily, at 6p.m.
mince Strawberry, Un"pberry, I dally,at 9 a. m.
did orange lands. Large number of new ii'l; ..- *
groves already begun. Purchasers rapidly .;.;.s r.;:; Blackberry, L'urrnnt, (>rnpe, I Having by the Boats of this Company it :
A. J. BEACH & SON coming In from all over the Union. Attractive "; :;. .' (:oo f'berri"04c: : Send for Cat&logne Strictly Prohibited.For .
2 J. S. COLLINS Jloorestonn >. J.
of but little cash required. ,
plan purchase; -_. further particulars, Inquire ol ;
NUR8ERYl\IEN Bargains offered. CALF" JNO. BRADLEY, Chief Clerk.
SMALL'S! 1 Office, Waycross Steamboat Wharf.Jacksonville .
Our stock of Fruit Trees Is large and fine, W. B. CLARKSON FEEDER F a. t
and In good order. New Fruits,among which ThlN'KW: article II mpprmiau-. and ap. W. :M. DAVIDSON, ,
are the White Adriatic Fig, San Pedro and proved ball progressite Karuti -. aud r General Traffic Agent, Astor Building. \
White Genoa. Office : 72 W. Bay St., up stairs, stock Ra crs. The calf acLn iu foot
C. Manager
Catalogue free. AddressA. slowly, in perfectli,,natural wa,. thririn ,
Jacksonville Fla.11y".AJ *a*well u when tl on iu own mother ISfc zrjj* Savannah
J. REACH & SON CircBlarifree. SMALL & MATTHEWS, ft H.8. HAINES, Gen'l Manager, '
Mp2S-l Palatka, Fla. I 81 South Market Street BOSTON MASS.f U Sept. 17. tl. Savannah,G*.






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Corrugated Iron, Flro Proof Iron Shutters, fcc., Metalic Building Supplies. Forwarding and Commission House S., F. & W. R.R. Wharf,
( tate Agents for E. Van Noorden: Go'sSHERIDAN'S

Where growers' supplies are on hand and for sale at lowest possible prices for
74 West Bay street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
-- - --- -_ cash or to our patrons. Every necessary convenience for packing Oranges

CONDITION '" XI expeditiously, and in the best manner, by skilled workmen, at reasonable -

POWDER 3 I prices. Oranges direct from the groves for sale by the single box or car-load.

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it absolutely pure and '' i' ii
concentrated, ia .
1 ounce S.worth alL.or ESTABLISIJED 18-75.-
any other kind. It III strictly a medicine to be ctvcn with food. Nothing earth win make hens l Uke
It. It cures chickencholeraandaH Alt ases of hens. Is: north ita weight in (:old. Illustrated book by
mail frea. Sold everywhere, or aunt mAil for 25 cents in stamps. 2 1-4 To. airtight tm cans, $1
! by,mail $1.20. Six cans by expr.es8. j ,d.for $5.00.__Dtt. L a JOHNSON & CO.. Boston Mace.BOWKER'S ._ E. BEAN

Commission Merchant and Forwarder,

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Reliable Correspondents in all the principal cities of the United States.

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a full stock Growers' Supplies-consisting of Cottonwood Thin Wood for Orange
\I 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 tban the cheapest.

t Agent f for the Sale of the Stevens Sizer and the Dayton Tramway Fruit Car

.L! '"'"" 4tjrl Circulars and Stencils.
ra 1 i r.. \ P +IAIFiTrn aa7oti! Sendjor sep4-tf_

This fertilizer was one 01 the first Fold in a heavy crop of fruit and put on an extraor w.Wholesale N. JUSTICE
Florida for orange groves,and 1ms.given general I Binary growth throuzh the whole season ; .
satisfaction. It contains a largw amountof but the mo!':t remarkable !'obtained from
potash principally in the form sulphate, I the use of this fertilizer is the fact that the
which experience has proved to be better : fruit is fine and bright, and there has been Commission Merchant
adapted to the orange. I scarcely a fallen' orange in the grove, while ,
my own I rove alongside which wax not ferti-
No. ale; North Water Htreot, Phllnclclphln.
THE DE BAIIY OI10 'I:. lized, has lost utmost the entire crop, the
earth beneath the trees being covered with SPECIALTIES : FLORIDA FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
FLA. t -egnrd the form of potash.. used in the 4iA Large shipments remitted on day of sale,small shipments weekly.TtA
DFAR SIR-I purchased!': from you laM!' l.'el>- I! preparation of this fertilizer to be the great oc19-fm; 1
nary ten tons of nowl er'" Orange which I applied to Mr. Frederick DeHarys I I >ours,
orauge groves of bearing tre(',... _The trees set (Signed) W. B, Watson, Manager
For free copy nf the most t. valuable and interesting circular ever Issued with reference
o'this branch of the orange industry, address! 'n/

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WI' saER.1 AGENTS And:, nll.tvlDllcrfcd_WANTED atlafactloa. : WITH P PRE PAR E D

wm wuh Cleaner,Easier,end a; h LMs lu.\at'.t\ ) ,> ,,,,,r,, ; '" ,
Clothe than lyoUlcr in tb"" 11'urid. t1 0 CballCUl't\; 1 4 E..
any manufacturer to rroduci 1\ \tt<'''' VVosl! .
Every JHacbiuo Warranted hI\ C \can, ,I "-_-_ lf. 1fcAlS
and Satisfaction Guaranteed.: 1 ho only':
Washer that can bo damned to anni..Jtub ,. .,,,_-----I? KB9
like Wringer. Mulo: ('f malleabinea. I i ,..
iron nlvan1zoo.andmlloutl:1st: nn.fw.\wooden 1 -"''"' ._ SEPAIIATI MIXTUUES FOR DIFFERRNT o"UTrH AYD VEGETABLES.
ma Aacnt9 wnntl. Iirlu"ieNTerri- a } as represented in nature f'ostoaly SI2.OO for sufficient quatiHrv, tAt make? AT HOME a to-
tore Oar agents all over the country are mafcinir -- -- of good Phosphate V" dirt no Salt, no 1'laotrr. A rtr"aT: oIU Oran e Culture, aID;
from $75 to 83UO:: ) per month. Itetail 1 hoes$% ----.. *" descriptive of the u."ian1 pn ;..aration of th,- PoweU'- Pr :..n .! ''hpinicaw.' mailed fre
Sample to agents$3. Also our ccleuratcaKEYSTONE
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Augusta .....?........... -10 1 00 Cedar Rapids, Ia..........,I, 1 33 ,199 501 'Fort Scott, Kan.,.........: 1 32 :200 00 ,Logansport, Ind............1 1 8.5 1140 001 Portsmouth, Ohio80 130 00
Atlanta.Oa.?...?..........., 40 IS70 00 |Champaign, Ill.............; 90 150 00 ,Gallion, Ohio.................j: 85' 140 00' ;Lincoln, Neb.. ............... I 15 001I Peoria, 111..1. 85 140 00
Atchison, Kan,1 16 i 175 00 : Dalton Ga............. .... .1 50 t 87 50) :Galllpolls, Ohio............, no 150 00 I Macon, Oa..................... 35 I 161211 ,Pittsburg. Pa................1 1 12 1ST 00
Adrain Mlch............... 00 1150 00 Dayton, 0......................1! 80 i|13000''Delaware Grand Haplds. MiCh...?i' 90 150 00 i Mobile, Ala.................... 50 I S1 50'' IQulncy J. 111.................... 1 18 181 00
Ann Harbor bitch...... 90 00 Ohio............' 80 ISO 00, j IHende on, Ky............. 70 11500! Montgomery, Ala........1 40 j 7000, i iRome, Ga.......... ... 50
Alton 111..... ................. t 85+ 1150 001 'Defiance. Ohio.............., 85 ;140 00 ;;HIckman, Ky................: 70 115 :Mansfield, Ohio...........' 90 150 00:, I Rock Island. 111........... 115 17500
Annl8ton. Ala............?. 40 i 70 001 'Detroit. Mich................j 90 '150 00 ;Indianapolis........ 80 ::130 001 Masslllon Ohio...........'' 90 150 001 'Rochester, N. Y............ 124 177 00
BIrmingham, Ala.. ...... 40 I 70 001 Danvllle.II1..I.i 85 1140 00 IJetferFonVJ1le' : Ind....? 75 12:1001: :Mt. Vernon, Ohio........... 80 ;130 001i 'lHandusky, OhIo............i'> 9015000
Bloomington III ......... 90 150 ,Davenportjla..1... 1 10 '178 00 Ill.,......... 85 140001 i Memphis, 1'enn........... 60 1105 00: (Sioux City, Iowa......?..!' 132 190 00
Burlington Ia............... 1 en 11'6: 001 90 150) 0(1( Joliet, Ill......................... R5' 140 OOIJeflerson ; Milwaukee, WiS........... 90 ::150 00: Springfield, Ill............. 122 196 on
Belleville, in.................. R1i !114000Buffalo Des Moines, Iowa........ 1 45 '216 00 CItl\lo........ 12'j ,,ISO 00': ,MadIson, Ind...............I, 80 130 00; St. Joseph, Mo.. ............ 116 17500St. i
N. Y..I I 1 12 [167001, Denver, Col................... 2 84 ,360 00 (Knoxville Tenn........ 60 14500: Minneapolis, Minn 128 192 50' Louis, Mo. .... .. ...... 85' 11000
Bay City, MIch..............I 1 00 (r17000 Dixon 111...................... 90 1150 00 ,Renton. Ohio................ 99 142 00, Madison; WIs................. 1 28 17350: 'Saginaw.. Mich.......... .. 95 160 00
Bristol Tenn............._. 78 1150 001 EI.rIaOlllo.................. 1 06 i49 00: (Kalamazoo, flch.?...... 00 150 00, 'Montreal, Canada........ I 41 ,,20'100: IHpringfleld, OhIo........... 9013700
Cleveland 0........... ......1) 90 150 00Cincinnati (IEvansv111e. Ind............ 75 12500 !Kansas City, Mo ........... 1)6) ::15 001 Nashv11le,Tenn............ 60 !IlOi' 001 |IHt. Paul, Minn..............,,1 25 19250
Ohio........ 70 115 00 ,lEast Saginaw MIch...... 95 ,160 OIl( ,Lansln lfch............... 1 00 11,000; New Orleans.............. 60 ;105 ooi. Toledo, 0...................... 90 ISO 00
Cairo, Ill.. ...................{ 75 125 00 'East .St. Louis, Ill!......... 85 J140 00): .I a'('rosse! !' "..Is............... 1 41 ,208, 001 Newark, Ohio.............. 90 '150 00: Terre Haute, Ind ........., 80 130 00
Columbus Ky.............I 70 115; 00 : Emporia Kan............. 1 56 12H2 50 Columbus. Ohio.,..........! M 1.30: 00 I,Erie, Pa......................... 112 ,,167 (00'( Lafayette, Ind......?...... 8S '140 00: Ottawa, Can.................. 1 30 200 00on .Topeka, Kan..........,...... "olumblll, Ga.. I 40 7000 !Fort Wayne, Ind.......... 85 1140 OOi() Lancaster, Ohio............ 8,140, 00, City, Pa.. ................. 112 i j167 00' Urbana, Ohio...............i 80 130 00
Council Bluffs Ia.1 1 41 208 00 'Findlay. OhioFremont ...............1 I 02 i144 00 .Leavenwortn, Kan ...... 16. ::175001 Pekln, Ill. ...................... 90 150 001: Wheeling, W.Va...........I i, 1 12 1fr7 00
Chicago Ill_?......?.....I, .&5 140 00 ?, Ohio ......_......i 101 '146 00 Louisville R.I.I ,0 'I 111500, Pana. IlL........................ 85' 140 00 ,Winnipeg, 1\Ian.1 2 40 379 60i
Chattanooga. Tenn...... 50 87 501, Fort Dodge, Iowa.......... 1 49 |:244 50: :Little Rock, ........... 1 00 1165001 Iqua, OhIo................... 80113000J' i !i

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Stations of Savannah, Florida & Western Railway............................................ 25: 50 I I' 601, ', : 90 1'45
Jacksonville Callahan, and Live Oak.............................................................?. I 20 1 -10 '. 6 50''' 40 801! 40' SOl 40. SO'I' 40 j j 80 45 9900 45 9900 j 80 54 110
Gainesville, ;Tew Branford.......................................................?..................;.......... : 2.j I 5,011 I': 30 60 90 451 00: 4.51 901, ; 451 j 00 I 451 90 60
Landings on 81. Johns rl ver.................................................................................... : 30 I 6' !1' 35 70 50)) 100 50: 100' 50' 100'' 50 100''' 51 00 50' 1b) 501 00 63116
Stations on Fla So Ry north of and I Including Ocala .................?..................-. I 45 50 1 00 130 (651: 130! 6i 13O, I 651! 130' I 65130 65 1 30 I 651 130 79 148 }
Stations on Fla. 80. Ry. south of Ocala ...........................?........................_........ 50 I 1 "I't 55 1 10, 701140 701140'' 70 1401 I 701 140 70,, I 40 70 1 40 I 70 1 40 84 1 56
Stations on Fla.. So. n.y., Rt. J. "t L. B. Division.....................?............................ 512 1 5) 1 10, 701 1 40 701 1401 70' 1 40' 70 i I 140' 70140 70 140'1 I 70f 140 84 168
Landings on Lake Santa Fe.. .................................................................................. 45 ;i I 51) 1 00 1),1) 1 ;10 65j1301; f 65130; 6) : 130 W! 1 5j fl.') I : J 65 130M 1 4
'fam!' pn............................... ......................................................................................... 5.1) I I: 1 001' 60 120 150 751.5O; 75.150 75'I 154) 7.5' 1 7.5150' )/ 75 150 88 1 M
Landings on Manatee. River.................................................................... .............. 50S 1 fJO 120HtaUonl 75 150 751! 1 75) 50 7.5 :: 1 50') 751501; : 75'' 150, 75 1501 90 166
on J., Ht.. A. de 11. R. Ry......................................?....?._........................... 33: I' 34. 1 70 5-11' 100 53 1 501 b.11 1 00; 53: 100 5.1'' 1 00: 5.1' I 001! I 5.1 1 001 67 1 18
Palatka............................................ ........................._............_............_................... 2'i 601, SO 60 451! 90 45 00 45'' 901 : '. 90 451! 00: 4.)1' 9O; 4.1) uoi 90 l 58 108 ,
St. August.lne......... ........................_........................._.............................. :t) 60 I 3R I;1 70 53,100, .5:1: 1001! 511 1 OO : 5.1 100 53, 1 001, 5.11 1 001' 5.111 f1 1 18
StattOIlS J..T. & KWRy ...... .............................?................_........................... 30 601 i 3.5 I 50, 100 50100' 50, I 00 I' 50''' 1 flO 50 1 00 501 1 001 OOi'' 67 1 16 '
Landings on Lakes Eustis and Harris ........................................._?.................. 55) 1 10 I (,0 I I 20 7.)1' 150 75 150. 75' 1 5OI I'' 75' 15)I 75'; 1 50: 75 l I 50; 751 150 j' 90, 1 M

Stations From Belair on South to Bent's Florida inclusive.Railroad.................................. ................................ ..... .' 3-5 70,40 i, 8 0' 55i' ; I 101!I I 55 1 10; I 5.5', 1 101" 55 1)0) 55 J 10, 55i 1 lOll 55''' 1 10 68 126IA
From Lon wood to Orlando. inclusl ve............................... .....?............ ......... i. -10 I SOd 4.1) 90' 60 1 201\ 60 1 20'1' fiO'' 1 201, 60 121): ) ) 12O: 601: 1201;j 60, 120 73 1368i
From Gatlin to Lake Parker, Inclusive..................?................................. ....- : 45 !: 50 100 65 I 301 6.5'' 1 301') ; 65 1 ::10: 65 130, I 1 :301 i 61 1 130 65' 130 78 148
From Acton to Bartow inclusive.......... ................................??... ... \ 5ll 1 0)a) 55' i 1 10 70 I 401, 701 1 40,1; 70: 1 40; 70 1 40' 70 14 70' 1 .cO: 70' 140 8:1 1 56
Stations on F. R. &: N. "'.0. north of and Inr.ludlng Ocala.................._....... 45 I 90 11 50 1 1 fU 6.5); 1 6.5 I 130, I I 6.)1 I 131) 65' I 130! 65, 130 6)11 1301' 651! 1301! 79 146
Stations on F. n. & N. Co. south of Ocala ,................................................MM I,50 1 ( 55 1 10 701 1 401 70,, 1 40: 71)1 I 40 70 'lItO 701110' 70140'1: 70140 81 156
Stations on Sanford S: Indian River R. R.........................?.. ...._..................... 1 :1 5 : roll,) 40 SO 5.1), 1 10) I Si'' 1 10 525, 1 10 55 1 10 I 55; 1 10 0011 f 101., :' 5.1) 1 68 126
Stations on Tavares Orlando S: Atlantic It. B................................................... hO :' 1 00' 1 5' 1 10 Z2': 1 4oi'!: Zg I Ito. ZQ: lO, 711 1 tO,1, 70 1 40! 701 1 40, 70 140 R8 1 (ftt;
Gulf points north Tampa............. ..................................................?................?.. i)) : 1 10 I cO 10: 751 150' 751,' ) 5/11/ 7 i 1 50 7'=) 1 ,jlJ 75, I 501! 751! 10;901'( 75, 1 1)go)/ 1 M
Gulf points south Tampa?...................................................................?._............1! 75 I I 50 80 I fif) 951' I 90.1 I 951' 1 90; 415 I 00;" 9..)) 1 90 9.i I i 1 9O! 9.5, 1 f)1) 1 90'1'; 1 102M

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'CONNECTIONS. The capacity of Standard barrel must not exceed that of an ordinary flour barrel.
Excess capacity). over the above will be liable to pro rata except ot charges. I 1

Double dally'fast freight service for all points West via. Albany, Jesup and Savannah. The Car-load la estimate. at 20,00) < pound. or Standard. Boxes Excess of this
rlinro f '" n-n ""to ,4qr.1\qf ah'r'nanta '-' the io on" destination
amoun will be
Dally fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern Interior
and Coast points, including New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and to one conslgcee. 1
Providence. Prepayment of freight will not be required, but good order and condition of shipment
Tri-weekly connection for New York via the Ocean Steamship Company leaving Savannah will be an absolute requirement. It is clearly understood between the shippers and the
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.Twice transportation companies that no responsibility shall attach for loss or damage however .
a week for Baltimore via the Merchants and Miners Transportation Co., leaving occasioned, unless it be from negligence, and that such loss must attach Ko ely to the \'
Savannah Tuesdays and Fridays. company upon whose line such negligence may be located.
Weekly connection for Boston via the Boston and Savannah Steampship Co., leaving The charges advanced by this Line In good faith to connections at tho e points will not \
Savannah everyThursday. be subject to correction by this Line.In I
Weekly connection for Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co., leaving Savannah every every case the full name and address of the consignee must be given for insertion In .I
Saturday. Bill Lading and on the Way-bill. j
Sailing days of Steamships are .subject, to change without notice. Single shipments to Western points will be charged at double rates. It I
No single shipment taken for less than 81 to Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and Balti- Ei
more. If shipped beyond,they will be charged In addition the single package rates of con. ;I
IINFOR,1\tA: J,OR, t Y-l'IPPJ: { necting lines and cost of transfer. .

To make through rates from points tributary to the above, add the rates of conu cting Stencils shipping receipts and information furnished on application to any of the agent
.ue8to above rates. For further information It needed, apply to Agents of the lines or to \\
11 be dimensions the, Standard Box for Oranges are 12x12x27 inches, and the weight J Um C. IXIOWENS JAMES L. TAILOR: ,
ted at.80 pounds. TraffiCjManager, Savannah Ga. Gen'l) Freight Agent, 8 ..vannah Ga. I,


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Also for Lands owned by ;:.;:.:.-:-:- r -. Finest Lands. Best Paying Groves.
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} Town Lots, Orange and Fruit 1 ands: ,Cane and Rice Lands,Stock C. .A... JBC>.A.Et..I:: >1\I.J.A.rq: .ge nt: ,
These Lands include all varieties of upland and lowland,and are adapted to Oranges, Lemons -
I ,Pineapples,Bananas: ,Sugar Ci of St.Johns, Volusla, Brevard,Orange, Sumter, Levy, Hillsborough, Polk, Manatee and
! Our lands are selling rapidly. Thousands of settlers have located on them during the past LARGE TRACTS OF LANDSIN
six months. Do not delay if you want them at the present low prices.
I The lands of this Company are tpeclallyadapted to the culture of Tropical Fruit, Rice,
. Sugar Cane,etc.,and are generally accessible by steam navigation. EVERY COUNTY IN
i Address all correspondence about the above lands to

,: 'William: : c an.n.on.: : Soli-til: ancaL: ZE L st; :F'I1oriCla.

dec&-6moft. ""KTRSTMMKF TTY VLORTT1A. i
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+, E. R. TR.A.FJF'OR.D General Mnnnger9r LANDS,

7(, 90,000 Acres of the Finest Lands in South Florida !
t Lauds specially selected for Oranges and Lemoni.
march 9-ly P. O. Address, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.aooooo .
I Two hundred deep,clear spring lakes,within a radius often miles. Their high banks -- --- --- --- -- --
timbered with a luxurious growth of pine and oak, and being on the very summit of the
dividing ridge ot the peninsula of Florida. Its dry air offers an inducement to the invalid. ; ACMES of LAND
I Its beautiful and diversified scenery, boating, fishing, etc., offers the finest opportunity for
people of taste to acquire a lovely winter home where all the pleasures and comforts of our
f balmy climate can be enjoyed. Add to these the eminent suitability of the soil for the culture -
of the orange and other semi-tropical fruits, and the tact that both the South Florida FOR SALE BY
I, and the Bartow Branch Railroads run several miles through this tract, make this the most
desirable'locality In South Florida. These lands are divided Into lots of five acres and upwards -
i ,and will be sold on most favorable terms to Improvers or settlers. THE FLORIDA INN SAM GOMPAN1


the month of the Anclote river, on the Gulf coast: : high land in full view of the
ooean; salt air. salt water fish, miles of oyster beds. High land for residences and orange SITUATED IN THE COUNTIES OF
I groves,rich bottom land,perfectly drained for vegetable gardens. A sugar plantation of 200
acres now being: established by a sugar planter from Cuba, who selected this point after
looking over the whole State. Post-office,store, church school saw-mill and alt requisitesfor
Putnam Alachua Marion
Columbia Bradford Levy Orange
settler. Protected from frost by the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico on the North- Clay, ,

) west.This also rich and alluvial lands in Sumter,Alachua and Orange Counties Sumter, Hernando, Hillsborough, Brevard, Baker, Polk & Manatee,
,and tlrst-efa.sslltes for building purposes all along the South Florida Railroad. It woulddo \
well for prospective purchasers to look at the lands offered by thjs Company before pur- Consisting of the finest Orange, Farming and Grazing Lands in the State of Florida. Price
.I chasing elsewhere. !1.2 to 85 per acre,according to location.For .

further information,apply to Office Florida Southern Railway Co.,Palatka,Fla.
\ For full particulars address
BLOUNT & WHITLEDGE, Bartow Polk County,Florida.G. .
M. MORRISH, Anclote nernando County,Florida.J. L. N. WIJL.KIE, S. CO1VA.1VT
E. LAMBETH. Gainesville, Alachua County Florida.nov24lyr .
M A C. MARTIN Mackinnon. Orange County, Florida,or to Chief Clerk, Land Department. (sep29yl) General Manager.
E. R. TRAFFORD, General Manager,Sanford,Orange County, Florida. _

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j Disston Land Companies. TO THE PUBLIC.

Having retired from the firm of Barrs, Hunter
&Stockton, and associated ourselves under -
the name of Barrs& Hunter,we are now
preparr-d to buy and sell city and country
Florida Land and Improvement Co. Heal Estate,as can only those who have great
experience and the full confidence of the
(public. Thanking you for past favors, we
i solicit business in the future.
A. & G. C. C. and Okeecliobee: Land Co. your HAKIIS & HUNTER,
Jan 4tl .jg- 31 West Bay SU,Jacksonville,Fla. .

I ti Kissimmee Land Company.

.,..'.. '

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

N for sale in East and South Florida, adapted to the cultivation of Tropical NOW FORMING. .

Fruits, Sugar Cane, Rice, etc.

Special inducements offered to genuine settlers, not land speculators. The

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

leading railroad3, affording immediate transportation to .Jacksonville.
F information andcirculars forwarded on application. Address


I No. 305 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.. .T. C. ROXBURGH,

Pine and Forsyth Streets.JacksonyillelcFla oc6-ti nov2tf 39 West Bay St., Jacbonville, Ft





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Boston and Savannah Steamship Co. Proves that

Great Southern Freight and Passenger Route between New England] and THE CLARK'S COVE GUANO Co.

Georgia, Florida, Alabama, the South and Southwest.

, First-Class Passenger Accommodations. HIGH GRADE CONCENTRATED MANURES

No Transhipment. -a .1' No Extra ITandliiiK.4

Cabin Passage, $20; Excursion $35.00; Steerage, $12, di A- ; -I Io

The superior Iron Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail from 7 :: I

Boston every Thursday at 3 P. M., and from Savannah as follows : o g ;

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GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge...................................................-Thursday, January 'JS, at I 12:30: : ) p m |
CITY OF MACON Capt. Kelley ......................................Thursday, February 4,at 6:<))0 p. m I Z 3Y .X 0
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge......................................._.........Thursday; February lat 10:10): a. in I
CITY OK MACO' Capt. Kelley...................................-Thursday, February 18, at 6:110< ) p. m Q ::::
GATE CITY Capt. Hedge.................................................Thursday, February 25' at l 11:110:< a. m r
CITY OF MACON Capt. Kelley.........................._...............Thursday, March: 4, at 5:00 V. m o: :Q J ..
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge......... ..............................................Thursday, March 11, at 9.30 a. m exV 1 m
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley............................._.............Thursday, March 18, at 4:30 p. in O ) =... .
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge...........?.. .....................................Thursday, March 2%at 10:00; ( a. m a .r
CITY OF MACON, (;apt. Kelley..._.......?............................... Thursday, April 1, at 4OJ p. m ARl. TIE: I1IJ4T::.IN"Uti1J.;
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge..............................._..........................Thursday, April 8, at 8:30: p. m
Through Bills of Lading and Tickets over Central Railroad of Georgia Savannah, Florida Prof. Isaac Stone, In his article on Orange culture In the trade edition of the Times-Unlon,
and Western Railway, and connecting with East Florida by the Waycross Short Line. October,IHg>, says: "Of all the fertilizers used on some )lo.OOOtrees,the ('JRrk's("ove Orange-
Route.W. Tree Food gave better results than any other used." Send lor Pamphlet.and full particulars
(Florida Dispatch) and the Steamers of the h Island
H. RINvNlckerson's Wharf, Boston. t
P. W. NICKERSON & CO., General Agents, Bosto dec7-tf WIGHTMAN & CHRISTOPHER, Slate Agents.VVII.L.J.A.1IL .

For Freight apply to RICHARDSON & BARNARD, Agents, Savannah, Ga.
For Rooms and Tickets apply to : .: : ..A.. :IBCrJJ.: .=t.S,
epl-85 HENRY R. CHRISTIAN G. 8. Agent, 66 Bay Street.
(Successor to J. E. Hart,)

The Oldest Seed House In the city. (Established 1875).
20 West nay Street Jacksonville,

TIME: -FOR c.A.J.: t.JEr-w: EEEJ: :>S.

55 to 60 Hours I I handle none but the Best and most Reliable Heeds. My new Catalogue will be sent free _
on application. Also, Wholesale Dealer In

between NEWYORKSAVANNAH Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Grits, Meal, BranWheat,




PHILADELPHIAOcean J. E. Tygert & Co.'s A Star Brand Fertilizers. i\

Guaranteed A.nulY81H> _
Steamship Company.Central

( or",9O Meridian Time.) FERTILIZER, cr' PURE GROUND BONE,

Passage Rates Between Savannah and New Y OfK, MURIATE OF POT ASH,'IRADt .!-. 'f.m I SULPHATE POTASH,

To or from New York Cabin, f2!'); Steerage, $13; Excursion (return trip),$4'J.50. SODA,'"
THE Magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail a* follows: NITRATE KAINIT, ETC.

Prices on application. July 27 tl
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CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt Nickerson..._...................................Monday, March 1- 3w: ) p. m --- .
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. H. C. Daggett.\Vednesday.+ 3- 4Wp:: ( m 't,
CHATTAHOOCHEE Capt. Catharine.......... ................_...............I.'rldHy,1\larch !55:30 p. m
NACOOCHEE, Capt. Kemplon......................................................Monday, March S- 7:3'')a. m ESTABLISHED 1850.
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher................................................-Wednesday, March 10- 8:3I;I)a. m
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson ...........................................Vrlduy, March 12-10:30. m Ho J. BAI1EB:: & EROS
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. H. O. Daggett.................................Monday. larch 15;- :2:'x) p. m ,
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine....................................Wednesday, March i7- 4:00) n..m 215 Pearl Street New York
NACOOCHEE, Capt. Kempton.......................................................-.Friday, 1\lar.'h 19 5:30p.m ,
TALLAHASSEE: (;apt, Fisher .............?.................... ................Monday, March 2'- >::OO a. m MANUFACTURERS OF
CITY OF AUGUSTA Capt. Nickerson.................................Wednesday! :March :21! 9::#J H. m f 1
CITY OF S \.V ANN AU, Capt. H. C. DaggetL................. ...............Friday, March :2B-Itwa.( ) in BAKER'S COMPLETE:
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine............... .................... ..Monda" March :2 NACOOUHEE Capt. Kempton.............................................. .Wednesday. A:arch :;'-- :3:30p.:: m .

[These Steamers do not carry 1'assengers.j 4
DESSOUG, Capt. ............... .............................._..............Saturday, Maioh K- 'i::n)a. m
JUNIATA, Capt. Daggett.................................. ..........................Saturday, March I 13-11a.; : ) in 1
DESSOUG, Capt ............................................................. ....Saturday, March 206:;n 1 a. in
JUNIATA, Capt. Daggett............ .......................................... ..Saturday, March 27-12-> 11' n \vhirh furnishes. just the plant food required bv the Orange Tree from the time of setting
out, to i !l'1 maturity such plant food being in a highly concentrated form. Its effects are at ,
TIIESE PALACE STEAMERS, once M .'n i i i1! t'c healthy appearance of tile tree,the leaves of which assume a dark green _,
color and the yield and quality of the' j is largely improved. The splendid condition 'II
Connecting with the Savannah, Florida and Western! Hallway (WajomssShort Line) nd I I of the trees (which is produced by this orann..es. )enables them to withstand much that would 1 1I
the Sea Island Route. otherwise be them and
most injurious to .
Ofler to the Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line. I
Through Tickets and Hills of Lading issued to principal points North, I Hast; ", and Norlhwrxt PREVENTS RUST AND inSECTS 4
via Savannah. For further particulars apply to I ,
as will be seen from the I
HENRY YONGE, Agent, 0. M. SORKKU: Agent
Pier No. :35, North River, New York. City Exchange Building Savannah, Ga ORANGE COUNTY, FLA. (
W. L. JAMES! Agent, 13 8.Third Street, Philadelphia.J. GentlemenIn reply to letter asking what success I have had with .t.
D. IIA"3I1AuEN.gastern Agent, Sav., J.'lorlda"estern Ry. ('o.'til:! Immdway.: Y ,.
For Rooms and Tickets apply to I the Baker Orange Tree Fertilizer, I would state that I am very much pleased ,
aug 1,'8.1-1). H. R. CHRISTIAN. Gen'l Soliciting Agent, 6-i Hay street. i with it, and intend to use it again next year. My trees have not had an insect ;

on them this year, nor have I any rusty oranges. I used the same fertilizer on I'i
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SEA ISLAND COTTON SEED MEAJL. Very respectfully yours, CEO. H. PACKWOOD, .1

The high standard of this, and all of our Fertilizers will be maintained: in the future as In r
Per ton ANALYSIS: : the past. Sulphate of Potash, Muriate of J'otnsh. Sulphate of Ammonia, Super .
I quote Jacksonville 10 to 2) tnn .<1S.50 a I Per cent Phosphate of Limp, and all the Agricultural Chemicals of strict purity constantly :J.I
to. 44 5 to 10 tons 19.60) Moisture ::0.1(I on hand. Strictly Pure Ground Bone a specialty. ':
under tons .' Ammonia I, "
i j.tjlf Nitrogen, equal .1M
Price at Mills, Madison, Fla., $1.)11) > per ton I Phosphoric Acid,equal Hone Phosphates; xi t tlees > descriptive For full partIculars pamphlet apply and to P, McQUAiD, Jacksonville, Fla. ''Is
than above. Potash I IFOR 10 iK:;: Who keeps a full stock of our Fertilizers constantly on hand,or to )

J. E. DART. JtlCkrofVi11(. F'lu.. -" ;- .:-' .
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General Agent for Madison Olt Mills Wm.L. Freeland &00.,Tavarel!, Fla. Bury& Anderson, Mandarin, Kla.I ,