The Florida dispatch
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 Material Information
Title: The Florida dispatch
Uniform Title: Florida dispatch (Live Oak, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Florida Dispatch Line
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: March 15, 1886
Publication Date: -1889
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1876.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -new ser. v. 9, no. 3 (Jan. 21, 1889).
General Note: D.H. Elliott, editor.
General Note: Published at: Live Oak, Fla., <June 20, 1877>-Feb. 11, 1880; and at: Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 18, 1880-Jan. 21, 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (May 8, 1876).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038464
oclc - 01386590
notis - AKM6254
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System ID: UF00055757:00012
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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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Monday, March 15, 1886. ESTABLISHED 1869. $2.00 per Year in advance ; postage free.
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V soil as would the leaves, grass and not only the dried grass, but also the From Disaster, Triumph. t

trash, if rotted on the sol and mingledwith green grass growing under it, and thus Now that the committee oi visiting 1

_. f it. Nor is it true, that the prai the range can give no feed to the stock, editors is out of the State and there is :
\ Burning the Woods--Danger and ries of the Northwest owe their rich- and they must succumb to the effects no danger of what we have to say r ij

Injury.The ness to the annual burnings of their i of hunger. Probably a fair estimateof being regarded as too direct a hint to ,

Leesburg News advises that on grasses; from time memorial. Because I the loss of stock by these fires in them, it is proper to remark that their >i f

day all hands_ should. turn out : they have not always been so burned, cattle, horses and sheep in this State : visit to us at this juncture is so fortunate -

..AU re 't*tie woo.r.* "',-:aJ:1 c>*5r 1 ;Jt'i \once f*\"*t M f l' $:nd ..wherever: laws-agKhi&t rr &l their.... j burn: :'sold equal the present year the total a thing that it may fairly be .]

ing have been enforced, as in Wisconsin loss sustained by the frost ; nearly all called providential. The mere an- :
: : ':y r, as a preventive to the loss that
,, 'might rise from the indiscriminate and other States, they.have vastly I this loss would have been saved had nouncement wired to every part of the I
increased in richness and many valua- the woods not been fired. The fires country from Cincinnati that the Na-
burning through maliciousness, care- '* J
lessness or accident. Probably Flor- ble groves of timber have grown up have also destroyed the small thickets tional Editorial Association had ap- .1:

where there was none when the fires' and undergrowth in which the stock pointed a committee to go to Florida,
ida has suffered more damage to its
ran over them. might have found shelter from the cold ascertain the truth in regard to the
soil, fences and buildings from fires,
than from all damages by frost. If So in Florida our high pine bar- winds and storms. freeze, and proclaim it to the world,

the grass, weeds and leaves could be rens would, in a few years, be covered. Moreover the burning of the woods would in itself have done much to
with dense and oaks hicko- i" counteract the effects of the false sto-
a growth
left to decay on the ground for a few destroys annually more trees and tim-
t ries and other trees if the fires could ries which have lately been put forth
years, the quality of the soil would be ber then is required for all our build-

r greatly improved thereby, and we be kept outof them. The hammocksso ings of the State and the fuel of the locomotives regarding our State. The invitationon

should no longer hear the complaintso much valued for their richness owe on the railroads, and must the part of the Florida delegatesto
r1 their existence to the fact that the f send such a committee was conclu-
commonly made of the "poor soil"and in a few years eventuate in a deforesting -
'barrenness of Florida sands." No fires do not run over them. The Jate of all the pine lands of the State. sive proof that we had no reason. to

man has a right either maliciously, I cold spell has shown that the best pro- The present generation have no rightto fear the truth.

negligently or accidentally to kindlea tection to an orange grove has been destroy our magnificent pine timberin After a thorough inspection of
I afforded by thick growths of trees in- nearly all portions of the State, under
fire upon the property of another, or this careless manner, so as to de-
to allow it to escape from his own land I terposed between them and the course: prive future generations of its use. highly favorable conditions for reach-
of the cold wind butsuch windbrakes ing the facts, these editors formulateda
to another's, any more than he has a ; What may be the effect upon the cli-
right to fire the fences and buildings cannot be maintained nor produced, mate of Florida by the destruction of report which has already been read

1 t of his neighbor. Nor is any man if the fires are allowed yearly to run its timber is an unsolved question. by millions of readers from Maine to

i. obliged to protect by a Chinese wall, over them. It must+ % therefore follow Should,it be the same as in many other Texas and from Florida to California.
that the work of the must Such a report from such a body of
.f" against such malicious or accidental countries (and no good reason can be
men, made under such circumstances :
be stopped or cultivation of our semi- ,
burnings. given why should] not), Florida may
fruits be abandoned.The cannot fail to have a profound effect
The Constitution of the United tropical must become a waste and desert instead of
; upon public opinion. And when the
'I.. States and of the State of Florida, de- burning of the woods must be a blooming, evergreen region, as at further and fuller which these
I reports
:. clare that every man shall be protected done during the winter months when present. This subject should be care- gentlemen will make to their

in his person and property ; and vegetation i is dormant and much of it fully considered::; by the people, and tive newspapers and Press Associationshave respec-

any law, custom or practice that vio- is dead and dried up. At that season legislators should enact suitable laws, had time to filtrate down, as it
lates this provision, is in violation of of the year the cattle on fauges are de- and see that they are enforced, to prevent -
were, the of
among masses people, it
the Constitution; as well as the individual pendent almost exclusively for their malicious and careless firing, and
will be found, we think, that for once
It is food such and provide for a prompt extinguishmentof
I rights of man. not true upon green grass plantsas the truth has overtaken a lie and effectually
f. that the ashes left after the burnings, they may find protected by the dry all fires accidentally arising.J. G. throttled it. .




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what threatened to prove a great her icy breath of destruction over veg- and Gulf Coast Canal and Okeechobee growth and will be speedily replacedby

calamity, not so ,much by a dispensation etation from one end of the Common- Land Company. Vessels drawing six new tress.

of Providence in the exceptionally wealth to the other, and with what feet of water sail up the river and an In many localities favored with
groves sheltered in some degree by
cold weather, as by the result is but too well known. Thereare chor within a stone's throw of the
trees, or other advantageous circumstances -
malice of men in the false stories and numerous crops well adapted to town, while steamers of light draft one the frost was not sufficientlysevere

unjust comments put forth regardingus the soil of this State, that should be hundred and thirty feet long have to kill the leaves on the trees.

will, in the end, turn out to have raised in conjunction with, and are passed"up the river into Lake Okee In other localities the leaves have

been a great advantage. Abundantly believed to be quite as profitable as chobee and on to Kissimmee City and dropped from the tress and the fruit is
destroyed. A large portion of the
L as Florida has been advertised in times the orange. These diversified crops, back. crop, however, had been gathered be-

t' past, never before has attention been if rightly managed, will pay as well, As it is out of the question to ad- fore the frosts came, thus lessening the

r concentrated upon her to the degreein and better, than orange, lemon or lime, vise our people not to build their severity of the damage.

I' in which it has been. during the past though they may not be surroundedby houses on the sand, we do the next Those trees that hare lost their

two months. She has been advertised the same atmosphere of poetic oen-; best thing and tell them to be sure and leaves are rapidly coming out anew, ... .
t and new leaves, buds and blossoms
t f as probably no other State or commu- timent. have a fire place iu their rooms. It i is I were seen in many of the groves.It 4\

! nity has ever been advertised in a Among the diversified crops to not always cold, but sometimes it man- seems to be the almost universal

;r., similar period of time, and if from which reference is made, cassava may ages to get extremely chilly, and a opinion among orange growers that
'" the various agencies that have been be ranked as one that is full of prom. good fire makes things much more the frost will really be a benefit to the
I people of Florida, in showing that
set in motion-no one of them more ise. In the opinion of Captain H. E. comfortable. orange trees are able to withstandmore

powerful than this committee of the Anderson, residing on Mariner's Lake, Everybody is lovely, and our guava severe frosts and colder weather

. National Editorial, .Association we in this county, more cassava can be trees are already donning their coat of than has heretofore been considered

shall succeed in impressing upon the raised as food for cattle, than can be emerald. The mangoes are begin- possible, and in encouraging the discovery -
invention of efficient
people of the country the truth that produced in hay on the best land in ning to recover from the effects of the or more
:- methods for the protection and preser-
f'' the orange industry, :though it has received Northern State. Its prolific productis cold.The vation of the crop.

a temporary set-back, has not wonderful, and is said to be from debating society decided on Our observations leads to the con-

i been seriously injured, we may safely fifteen to twenty tons per acre ; while Friday that it is better for a youngman clusion that the reports so unfavorableto

i?;, expect that Florida's boom will be increased three to the acre of hay is considered to go out into the world with a the orange industry which followedthe
of the frost
[ rather than arrested. Settlers remarkable anywhere throughout the trade than a profession. Though some- coming were largelythe
result of the panic among the
;b,. who have been thinking of coming to country. Nor does the cassava need what cold, the attendance was fair, orange growers themselves, arising

, Florida with a view to engaging in the much, if any, fertilizing. It is adaptedto and the programme was carried out in from insufficient information, and a

t" culture of.the orange will feel their the poorest soils ; cows are fond of good style. uniformly favorable experience, extending -

confidence increased when they learn : it, and nothing else produces finer The cow-hunters came in a week through many years, and the
few weeks which have since elapsed
milk of it it makes the ahead of time and considerably <'
that such extreme cold weather has or more sur- have changed the face of nature, and

r.t-: had no worse effect than spoiling half best. Hogs like it, and fatten on it prised our citizens. They report that lifted the cloud from Florida's great

i' of a season's crop of fruit. And capital rapidly, and it seems to be admirablysuited I some of the ponds were frozen over so interest.

-t will more readily seek investment: to table use as a substitute for I that the dogs could run across them. We also add as the result of our

I,. in a locality where the enterprise of the white potato. Cow peas are another -Fort Myers Press.FLORIDA'S travels our testimony as to the enter- i
prise, intelligence and hearty hospitality f.
the people rallies so promptly from valuable but somewhat despised -...- -- of the people, and our firm belief t.

impending panic and shows such recuperative crop. In a certain instance, on less CONDITION. in a prosperous future for the
than two two horses and two estate.
power. acres,
of the of
Report Visiting Delegation
, 'I There is good reason to believe that cows were supported eight ana a half the National Editorial Asso- B. B. Herbert, President, RedWing

: the migratory liars have been de- months. Even this provender is worth ciation. Iinn esota.
Joseph H. Turner, Secretary, Mis-
feated all along the line,and that from more than the best timothy hay, acre osouri.

the nettle danger we have snatchedthe per acre, affording better nutriment. JACKSONVILLE, Fla., March 6, '86. W. E. Pabor, of Colorado.C. .

flower, victory. One thing at Aside from the hay, the peas are an To the National Editorial Association. H. Lienan, of Minnesota.

least can be asserted with confidence, excellent article of food, being worth delegation to whom was assignedthe M. P. Rindlaub, Plattville, Wis
I r duty of proceeding to Florida, at consimBenjamin.
$2 bushel. As fertilizer the
and that is that a
no community men- per
the request of the Florida delegationto Boston,
;: aced with disaster through misapprehension value is well.-Palatka Sun. your convention held in Cincinnati, chusetts.

4 and distortion of the truth to 4 February 23d, 24th and 25th, 1886, to Bird M. Robinson, Greenville, Ten- ;,

ever conducted a more skillful campaign Fort Myers Matters. report upon the conditoin of the orange nessee. '
and other crops affected by the R. Wm. Waterman, Athol, Massa \
of defence. The enemy is The population of Fort Myers and after chusetts.
recent frosts, thorough investigation -
routed all along the line.-TimeaF immediate vicinity is about 500, mostly beg leave to report as follows : Francis Proctor, Gloucester, Massa

F Union. whites, there being only about twenty In a journey of 600 miles, covering chusetts.
s --- .... A. R. Norton Dallas Texas.P. .
,.' colored. The town, during the past nearly 30,000 square miles of terri- ,
tory. at nearly every important stationwe L. Young, Dedham, Maaa.
Varied Production.The .
has become and the
year, have visited the orange groves C. L. Powers, West Bend, Wis.
late freeze in Florida taught people are law abiding and progres- where we have had ample opportunityto Frank P. Sheafur, Pitkin, Col.

;" the necessity, or at least the importance sive, and there is probably no place in examine the state of the trees and Augustine Davis, Huron, Dak.A. .

of a diversity of agricultural the State where investments may be the extent of the damage done. B. White, Parkersburg, West

1 productions. No thrifty Western or made with greater prospects of reward Not only so but at nearly every sta- Virginia.Geo. .
tion there have been exhibits of or- Bastable, Clarksburg, W. Va.
y. Northern farmer, as a general rule, than at Fort i Myers and the mainlandof anges, cuttings from the trees, etc., Sallie R. McLean, Commercial Ga-

:. places his dependence in a single crop; Monroe county. It will be remem- showing the different stages of the advance zette, Cincinnati.

yet, strange to say, that almost all who bered that Fort Myers is pleasantly already made in leaves, buds and Edwin Hurlbut, Oconomowoc, Wis.

come here to settle change. It may I situated immediately on the south or blossoms. A. McMillan, Bay City, Michigan,

be the habits of a lifetime,and of their left bank of the Caloosahatchee, one of These have been supplemented at Press.J. '
points by exhibits of vegetablesand A. Hudson, Macon, Mo.
ancestors before them by their Florida's beautiful rivers and many
placing most grain of excellent quality. The I J. C. Bartholf Milton, Wis.
reliance in one only, and that the the most southerly one of any note to country traveled over comprises the I William Hinds, Shakopee, Minn.

"- orange. Before the recent disaster to be found on the gulf coast of Florida. main orange producing district of the Chas. Q. C. Leigh, Daily Standard,

xt t; the orange crop, the signal of danger Nature seems to have made a bold at- State. Paducah, Ky.
In nearly all of that district we H. Haacke, of Cincinnati, 0:
had been sounded by the public press tempt to sever the Florida peninsulain
- found evidences of the frost. In many B. J. Price, Star and Times, Hudson -
:: in all sections of the State. Then twain at this point, but left a little less Wiss.
places the lemon and other hardy ,
: Nature, as if angered that the warn- for man to accomplish ; and that littleis fruits are killed. Jno. W. Jacks, Standard, Mont-

ings had been disregarded, breathed being accomplished by the Atlantic These trees, are however, of rapid I gomery City, Mo.


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I SUPPLEMENTARY REPORT. Florida, and is never heavy in the nesdays and Saturdays.-Tropical Ga- f A newly discovered bar off Anastasia -

Issued at DeFnnlak Springs, Florida, March Northern portions.In zette. i Island is said to afford easy accessto

Edditorial short the climate of Florida is St. harbor low tide
7b the National Association of Have you seen the new and elegant Augustine ,
I America: the finest in the world. toboggan and snow-shoe suits at Ellroy for vessels drawing not more than

Your committee deemed it properto Houses need not be made tight, Brothers',just received from Montreal? twelve feet of water.

make their main report at as early owing to the mild climate. They are selling like hot cakes, and An injunction has been served on I

! a period as possible in order that those Fuel can be had for the hauling, several of the latest novelties in trim- the contractor of the Green Cove Water -
, interested in the material and need be used for
prosperity except ming are pronounced by the ladies Company to his sinkingan
; of Florida in all of the United cooking. prevent
parts i "just too sweet for anything.-Palatka artesian well. The case will be argued -
I States might get that report and learn II. Daily Pine-apple. before Judge Baker.

the true state of the case. [Extracts from an Associated Press reportin The fast in of the
1 Since making the report at Jack-i January, 1886.] gentlemanly express Colonel, Davis due hereat There were thirty-six schools in

'",. sonville your committee have traveled I Last night the thermometer was 2:30 Marion county which observed Arbor
afternoon from the
westward on the line of the Florida I down to fifteen degrees above zero in South: is yesterday snow-bound about miles day, and 1,300 children and 655 pa-

, 1 Railroad and Navigation Company Jacksonville. Fruit on the trees and ten rents attended. Many trees were
below the Junction. anda
; the entire breadth of the State, from growing crops are totally destroyed, of laborers Snow-plows with planted and other improvements made.
large snow-
- the Atlantic the inflicting a great loss on the entire gang
Perdido river
to and
shovels, have been sent to the relief of The steamer Mistletoe, of Cedar
> desire therefore to submit this supplementary I State. Nursery stock of young orange
I the train.-Tallahassee Sunshade.A Key, found too little water in the Ho-
4 and lemon trees was also killed. Much
: report. suffering from the cold is reported force of over eight hundred men mosassa, to attempt regular trips up
; This is not strictly an as
orange grow- the stream, and will hereafter deliver
' far south as the central of the are now engaged in cutting and storingthe
.: ing section, the frequent recurrence of State. part ice on Lake Okeechokee. learn passengers to a steam launch off the
: frosts rendering the orange an uncer-I mouth of the river.
from the last issue of Perennial Palm-
1: tain but is fine III.
crop, a very rolling
tree that hundred with Scores of hands are now working
two men, teams, on '
section of the State. We have deemed
! [Extracts from the Private Letter of New
Iw have thousandtons the railroad to Lake Charm and trains
already over forty ,
1 it pertinent to our mission to Florida Settler Florida, the same! month.] i put
of Lake Kissimmee ice into the will be running directly to the lake
!:, to say that this portion of the State i I wish we could get North and thaw
out. houses of the two companies there.- by April 1st. Lake Charm is seven-
the culti-
: seems peculiarly adapted to
miles south of Sanford the
West teen
:( vation of cotton, fruit raising and veg- Although I have on my thickest Key American-Italy. on
Sanford and Indian River Railroad.
''f atables, and that there is room here clothing, I have never suffered so Slathers of tourists are daily visiting

't for the development of all those enterprises much from the cold in my life. the ice bridge across the Manatee river. The Madison Cotton Ginning Com-
r that will in the near future The houses are like barns, and thereis Palmetto Plaindealer.An pany commenced running their oil

t make of Florida great State. Thereis no adequate arrangement for heat- ingenious nurseryman has ob- mill last Tuesday. They have received

here a diversity of soil, lowland and ing them. The ventilation, however, tained a patent for an application of large orders tor their cotton seed

J : upland, suitable for many of the purposes is perfect. the roller-skate principle, for taking in meal, and will run night and day,

0' '. of agriculture, which must ma- Every one I know is suffering froma orange trees at night. It will add mil- Sundays excepted, until the orders are

terially embrace the wealth and prosperity severe cold. lions to the wealth of the State.-Equatorial filled.

, of the State. A man from Minnesota here wears Horticulturist. At the sale of the lands of the George

:f (Signed) his overcoat constantly, and says he ... '- -----*V.__ .------- I! Franklin estate, at Tampa on Monday

i B. B. HERBERT, President, hasn't slept warm a night since he State News. I of last week a piece of wild land containing I

f a JAS.M. TURNER, Secretary. came.We twenty-two acree, located on
The shipment of cabbages from
'e .+-.-4 have lost everything we had Lake Thonotosassa, eight miles north-

c t The Fun of the Freezel! growing, but hope to save the land Micauopy has begun.A west of Plant City, sold for 82,170 -

Now that the "cold waves" have ref -; If I could get my hands on the Waldo farmer now has peas and nearly $100 per acre. '

ceded-the blizzards softened down to agent I bought it of, there would be I cabbages ready to ship.A A railroad northward means a rail I.

, mild and gentle zephyrs; the cohorts one warm man in Florida, anyhow.IV canning factory is to be estab- road southward from Tallahassee also. i

I. of Jack Frost fled to the realms of lished at Leesburg soon. The building of a railroad from Tallahassee -

,1 "thick-ribbed ice;" and, all over the [Interview the Blizzard with and New the York Cyclone Land Agent had laid after Orange trees are blooming, and to connect with the Georgia j
down together in Florida.] system will render a railroad from
peach trees are covered with blossoms
fair land of Florida the air is laden
This cold snap beats the record. about Wildwood. Tallahassee to deep water on the Gulfa
f with the delicate odor of orange Florida can always beat the record necessity.Floridian.Captain I'

blooms the when she tries. Double daily passenger service is
of rich
. : sure presage a ,
C. P. Davis
of lamonia
: shortly to be established on the main ,
( golden fruit-harvest-now; when the fruit The will killing make of this year's demand crop of line of the South Florida Railroad. purchased the fair grounds of the

: "time of the sinking birds is come, and an enormous Middle Florida Agricultural and Mechanical -
next season. Most of the peach trees in Gadsden
,1- the voice of the turtle-dove is heard Association at Tallahasseelast
Land will double in value.
county are in bloom, and if thereare Davis
: in the land-is a good time for us to Now is the time Monday. Captain purposes
; to buy, and take no more frosts there will be a large stock shows sales
having races, etc.,
fit,' have the "last laugh," and to get what advantage of the boom. crop. on the grounds every spring and fall.

, comfort we can from the satirical It's a cold day when they freeze me Samples of fruit exhibited at Mait-
I out of "ad." The St. Augustine Museum, which
: an land show how little donein
:y.', badinage of the witlings who have that section damage the was cold has been greatly enlarged since last
by recent
". derided us and made sport of our mis- season, now has on exhibition a woman-

t fortunes. We give first audience to Then comes "Puck" whose satire if wave. fish, a flying sword fish, about seven

' one of our California exchanges: not always just, i ii generally pungent The LeConte pear trees in and feet long, that was recently capturednear

and amusing-to all but the victims: around Live Oak are blooming, and the fort, and a mysterious animalor
j,I" FAHRENHEIT VS. FLORIDA. the orange trees that are not killed are fish with the body of an alligator

;: I. NOTES FROM FLORIDA EXCHANGES. budding out again. i and the head of a demon.
I t [Extracts from the gorgeous circular of the
! New York Real Estate agent for Paper Towns Moonlight skating parties on the St. Leading gentlemen say this cornerof George Blum, the inventor of a
In Florida, printed In all the colors of the pro-
Johns river all the Thou-
I rainbow Interspersed with illustrations of are rage. the county will ship this season cess for the manufacture of brick from

, orange groves, romantic lakes,alligators and sands enjoyed the exhilarating sport 100,000 crates of vegetables. Wildwood common sand by means of chemicals,
I scenery. last night, and the scene on the ice
Orange Leaf.A is in Tavares and Has#
Florida, the Italy of America. perfected arrangements -
fairly rivaled the Neva at St. Peters-
L Endless and is now awaiting the
sunshine.Everblooming fete occasion. Jacksonville stock company is being organizedfor
burg on a -
t i arrival of a car load of lime and the
flowers. Sunny South.A a large hotel at South Apopka.The .
t The climate in the winter is delightful. plan contemplates a building of chemicals, preparatory to commencingthe
', car load of club skates of the most about thirtv rooms. manufacture of bricka there under

1, Health for the invalid. popular style and finish was received his process.
yesterday\ directly from the manufac- A gentleman of Leon county says
Wealth for the man. Work is rapidly progressing on the
poor turers, by the enterprising firm of if books are opened for subscription of
While the Manitoba\ winds are tear- DeLand and New Smyrna Railroad.
stock for the construction of rail-
Finklestein & Strauss. See advertise a
ing through the North, sending the The grade of the road is completed
road northward he
ment.-St. Augustine Sunbeam. can secure 850,000. I
mercury below zero,the genialequable from New Smyrna to within two milesof

I temperature of Florida banishes winter Colonel Rawson's toboggan slide, Captain Dixon Reed informs the Deland, and two hundred hands are

I!"' from the category of the seasons. occupying the site of his ex-orange Pensacola Advance-Gazette that quitea I i I now at work at this end of the line.

i L It is absolutely impossible for any grove,is the boss success of the season. number of the little codfishes, recently -: The grading is being prosecuted within -

'i pt,1 human being to suffer from cold in The Magnolia Club, composed of the turned loose in the Gulf, have the corporation, and in a few weeks

,q Florida.Frost. elite of the village, have engaged the been found dead along the Gulf beachon I II the whole line will be completed.-

t f is never known in Southern shute for their exclusive use on Wed Santa Rosa Island. DeLand Echo. .


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r gustine The work and Palatka of grading Railway the roadbedwas St. Au--I I New Publications. Government Pamphlets: A large President, Charles H. Jones, editor of I

completed to the wharf on the Ornamental Trees. Descriptive number, all of more or less interest, the Jacksonville TimesUnion..

opposite side of the river from Palatkaon j, Catalogue, No.2, of Ornamental among which we find : "Tide Marshes\ The Poulter monthly-81 per year

Wednesday last. The trestle; and j' Trees,Shrubs,Hardy Perennial Plants, of the United States;" "Culture of Mount Vernon, Ohio.

bridge work is progressing as rapidly I etc. Twenty-sixth edition. Ellwan- the; Date"-a little work of much --- ------.-- .
as possible, and the locomotive whistle' < & Barry Mount Nurseries Editorial
: ger Hope interest to Floridians; "Proper alue Gatherings.
will be heard in East Palatka in
very Rochester, New York 1886. This is and -
Management of Government
short time. The road is being pushedto It is predicted that, in the course of
one of the most perfect catalogues issued Timber Lands of the
completion as rapidly as money and ; "Report the next five years, the steel nail will
men can do it, and the trains will be, t from the American press. It is Crops of the Year 1885; "The have
as completely supplanted the
running regularly soon. I a new edition, in which many of the Cattle! Industry;" "Experiments with
iron nail as the steel rail has its iron
It seems to be a demonstrated fact, I descriptions have been rewritten, all Various Insecticide Substances; ,
predecessor. one-half
Already of the
says the Tituwille Star, that the pineapple ;j the lists revised, and many new illus- "Numbers; and Valuesof Farm
is more hardy than the guava. trations introduced and it will nails manufactured in Wheeling are .
j ; serve Animals "Convention of J
' At this place the guava bushes were I i ; Delegates made of steel, and the machinery and
all killed by the freeze in January, !!i I not merely as a priced catalogue, but from Agricultural Colleges and plant necessary for their manufacture .

fl but not so with the pineapples.Ve also as a useful botanical hand-book, Experiment Stations ; July 8 and are being set up in nail centre

have three of the Queen variety near containing brief and very accurate de- 9, 1885." "The Sugar Industry of the and at every nail
nearly every foundry. It
our composing room that were discov- scriptions of nearly all the hardy, or- United States ; Including Cane Sugar,
is found that steel nails be
ered to be alive a day or so which can
trees and shrubs most Beet
had no protection during the winter. Sugar, Sorghum Sugar, Maple about ten cents per keg cheaper than
They had even been almost forgotten, cultivation in this country. We Sugar ;" etc., etc.Ve return thanksfor those made of iron, even where the

and were noticed only by accident, but i need say nothing of Ellwanger & Bar- these and other similar favors to manufacturer has to purchase his in-

they are now starting out again. I ry. Their reputation for correctnessand Senator Wilk. Call and Commissioner gots.

During the past week the following high-toned business methods extends Colman.

I shipments were made from Fernandina from the Atlantic to the Pacific, Vick's Illustrated Lord Bacon wisely says: "Read,
Monthly Magazine
via the ,
line Car-
Mallory steamship : and even into lands the not to contradict or refute to believe
"beyond seas. nor -
ondolet, for New York, March 2d. for March, has a very beautiful colored I
1 Forty-three thousand feet yellow pine They occupy the very first rank as frontispiece showing four splendid va- and take for granted, but to I

. I lumber, fifty barrels rosin, ten barrels nurserymen and leaders all that pertains rieties of Dahlias, and the letter-press : weigh and consider." It is well to be

;# spirits, sixty-three packages of merchandise to advanced Pomology and ar- is as varied and interesting as usual. hospitable to all thought, but in bondage -
;: thirty-six packages fresh fish. boriculture and in to none. To this balance
are, every way, wor James Vick Rochester preserve -
San Antonio for Few York, March 3. New York.
L thy of public confidence. we should cherish the -
117 bales cotton, 29G cases cedar, 165 $1.25 per year.
, barrels rosin, twenty bales moss, thirtytwo Tillage is Manure,and Other Essays, All Garden Supplies-A splendidly feeling when we read what is

' packages merchandise, thirty-two is the title of an instructive little pam- illustrated catalogue of 128 contrary to our preconceived ideas,and

packages hides 1,100 pounds fresh fish. phlet, published by Nash & Brother, heretofore noticed with commendation.pages exercise our critical faculty chiefly on

The telegraph line from Wildwoodto Millington, New Jersey ; and the same Robert J. Halliday Seedsman and I what coincides with them. If different

Sanford has been discontinued, and firm kindly send us a treatise on the Florist Baltimore parties and sects, communities and
all the business from Kissirnrnee, the Acme Harrow, which is crowded full I Md.SeedTime : nations would observe this rule in
South Florida Railroad and otherpoin and Harvest-An illus.lustrated -
of testimonials to the value of that 1 reading of each other's doings and
on that section of the Peninsula monthly magazine devoted i
now goes direct to Sanford, thence t o very excellent implement. Both these to Rural Affairs. February, 1886. sayings< it would serve to blow away

Jacksonville via the line recently put pamphlets may be obtained by addressing From Isaac F. Tillinghast, Seedsman, many unjust conceptions that now
up along the Jacksonville, Tampa and i the publishers as above. appear like thick walls of separation
La .
etc., Plume, Pa. Fifty cents a
Key West Railway. Heretofore all
between them, but which would then
this business was transfered at Wild Strawbridge & Clothier's Quarterly. year. ,
be found to be cobwebs of the
wood. The Inter-Ocean Telegraph .-A Magazine for Ladies. Pub- Catalogue of Seeds. A. C. Kendall, mere

Company is now putting up a line l lished at the beginning of the Spring, Cleveland, Ohio. brain. Certainly, if to discover truth
the railroad from Wildwood be of the in
along to any part purpose reading,
Summer, Autumn and Winter seasons. Tree Seedlings and Tree Seeds. W.
Orlando via Leesburg and Tavares ; it can only be attained in this ,
this will be completed in a few week: Only 50 cents a year, and a premium W. Johnson, Nurseryman, Snowflake, for truth is many-sided, and is never way
book worth 25 cents to each new sub- Michigan
The experiment of spraying trees appreciated when viewed only from a
and plants with water during cold scriber. The present issue (Vol. 4, Pleasant Valley Nursery, Moores-
nights, when the thermometer is below No. 3,) contains 120 broad, three town, N. J. John S. Collins, Propri- we are proneto
the freezing point, and which was re columned pages, one thousand illus tor. Illustrated. our prejudices interfere with our

ferred to several weeks ago, as having trations, a choice piece of music, origi Maple Avenue Nurseries. From intelligence.One .
been tested by N. S. Dorwin of this
city, has now had time to develop, ac nal story by John Haberton, fashion Hoopes, Brother & Thomas, West of the most curiously original

curate, well-defined results. It will be plates, patterns, etc., etc. ; and is well Chester, Pa. Good stock, and reliable collections of books in any library is

remembered that on the Friday nightof worth the attention of all ladies who nurserymen. J said to be a botanical collection at

the commencement of the week of desire to know the latest styles and the Grape and Seedling Nursery. J. Warsentein, in Germany. At first

cold weather, Mr.\ Dorwin neglected to best place to purchase fashionable Jenkins, Winona, Columbiana county, sight the volumes appear like rough
his trees. They suffered consid
erably that night, with the exception goods. Address::; : Strawbridge & Clothier Ohio. blocks of wood, but on closer examina-

of one eucalyptus, which chanced to i Eighth and Market Sis., Phila- Livingston's Seed Annual. 1886. I tion it is found that each is a complete

be under a spray. The tree has not delphia Pa. An excellent stock of seeds, at reasonable 1 history of the particular tree it repre-

dropped a leaf: _"' oiie of the other The St. Louis Illustrated Magazine, prices. sents. At the back of the tree the
plants or trees that were sprayed suffered :' for March is excellent number. It The Farmer's
an Book of Grasses another d 1 bark has been removed from a
more than the damage done space
them the any first night of the freeze, when contains the conclusion of "Rache 1 Forage Plants. By Prof.: D. L. 1 large enough to admit the scientificand

they were without protection. The Wayne, Western Country Story ; Phares, of Mississippi Agricultural j common name of the tree as a

roots and stalks of these are alive, and "Maude: Meredith," with portrait ; College. Copy from the author; 1 title. One side is formed from the

will soon send out a vigorous foliage, "The Tragedy at the Altar ;" "After thankfully received ; fuller noticenext : 11 split wood of the tree, showing its .
while similar all around i is
vegetation "
totally dead. Hence the experimentwas Twenty Years ; "Literary Chats ; week. grain and natural fracture ; the other

a first-class success, and it is some- "Our Window Garden," illustrated ; The Graphic, Cincinnati, Ohio. The shows the wood when worked smooth

thing for those who have spraying facilities "At ProgressivejEuchre ;" "A Page of f number for March 6, is unusually rich and varnished. One end shows the

to remember when another severe Poems ; Timely Topics ; LightMoods in illustrations, among which we noticea : grain as left by the saw and the other

freeze comes Palatka Sun. ; Editorial Marginals\ ; Pub full page devoted to the late meetingof the finely polished wood. On opening

It is a proposition-of-eternal- verity lisher's Department, etc., etc. $1.50> I the/"Inter-National Editorial Association the book one finds the fruits, seeds,

that none can govern while he i ill des* per year ; Single numbers, 15 cents.1 I ," with portraits several of the leaves and other products of the tree,

piled. St Loui8; Iaga ine Co.,.St, Louis, Mo. officers, including the newlyelectedTftif'an the moss which usually grows upon it



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trunk, and the insects which feed upon The Education Bill. ; BROWN'S EXCELSIOR CARPET STRETCHER.
the various parts of the tree. To all We give the provisions of the Edu- Sell rapidly.Pay*bljr.3oOOOO old.Agent*
I wanted. Local or traveling. Sample free. R W.
this is added a well printed descriptionof cation Bill which has just passed the IRON : MONTitoss Galten.Mich., Sole Manufacturer.
-- ---- --
the habits, usual location and manner U. S. Senate : I| CO FAncy I'ktnrf'II.! and 25 elegant -
Cards in Gilt Edge Silk
I of growth of the tree. It provides that, for eight years I! BITTERSWILL CARD i Print!e. Hidden$:iO Prize Name Puzzle, 4C.and, 1Songter,1

i 8 parlor games, all for lOct!. Game of Authors.lOctft
! after its passage there shall be annually -! IVORY _CO., Cllnlonville.; _: Conn._
In the
long run President Car- CURE -
says ;
appropriated from the Treasurythe
I;. penter, of the Drake University, it will HEADACHE I PALMETTO PHARMACY.Formerly .
following sums in aid of common
} be found it is early, thorough and persistent INDIGESTION I Holt's.
school education in the States and
t discipline that tells.]) Now and BILIOUSNESS Since taking! pOisesslon of the above DrugStore f
Territories and in the District of Columbia -
I then, genius, aided by extraordinary DYSPEPSIA we have put in a complete stock of

. favorable conditions, blazes forth into : First year, $7,000,000 ; second NERVOUS PROSTRATION fresh Drugs, Patent Medicines, etc. Erery-

Of year, $10,000,000 ; third year, $15- MALARIA thing new purity guaranteed.
some kind of and
" temporary success 000,000 ; fourth year, $13,000,000 ; CHILLS AND FEVERS I ORDERS BY MAIL
s notoriety. But the possessors of such TIRED FEELING
fifth $11,000,000 sixth 0
year, ;
; fame almost year will receive particular attention. We promise -
I; are certain to eventually GENERAL DEBILITY
$9,000,000 ; seventh year, $7,000,000, I best prices and prompt replies to order
settle back to ther merited place of PAIN IN THE BACK & SIDES
r and eighth year, $5,000,000, making Give us a trial. AddressJ.
mediocrity. No be IMPURE BLOOD
man can truly
$77,000.000 besides wbich there is
1i1: said to be great when fame rests upon CONSTIPATIONFEMALE
't special appropriation of $2,000,000 to INFIRMITIES Manager Palmetto Pharmacy,
an accident achievement.
upon a aid in the erection of school-houses in RHEUMATISM 31 West Hay. Street Jacksonville, Fla.Assignee's .
It It is the --- ------- ----- ----
slowly but well built tower of .
sparsely settled districts, making a to NEURALGIAKIDNEY
J work and character reared Sale.
piece by
tal fund of$79,000,000.The AND LIVER
:f' piece, during a whole lifetime, that TROUBLESFOR
money given to the several 1

l"" forms the enduring monument of real States and Territories, in that proportion SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTSThe 28.1; acres of best hammock lands in Orang*

,( Genuine has Trade Mark and crossed Red
greatness. County 126 old
r: ; bearing orange trees and 100.-
" which the whole number of per Lines on wrapper.

Forest trees are now felled with dv- sons in each who, being the age of ten TAKE NO OTHER. 000 nursery stock.

I namite. A cartridge of the explosive years and over cannot write, bears to Also 10 acres of pine lands In Orange county

,, substance is placed in a channel bored the whole number of such persons i in and ft'>acres in Duval county.

the United States according to the This property must., be sold; and offers a
directly under the tree to be operated T I
census of 1880 until the of 1890 rare chance for investment. Gallon or address -
I upon, and when exploded the tree i ii is census I

: simply forced up bodily and falls in shall be obtained, and then accordingto Fruit and Vegetable Market.

r tact on its side. In most instances i it the latter figure. In States havingseparate FLORIDA DISPATCH LINE, 1 BARBS & IIUNTER,
261 BROADWAY NEW YORK, March 12, 1886./
; :31 West
Bay Street.
schools for white and
- is found that the tree is not fractured QUOTATIONS.
\" children shall be i Florida Oranges, fancy, per crate. 2 75a 3 (on)
; by the force of the explosion ; a large money paid out in Florida Oranges fair to good, crt. 1 50a 2 it) r
Florida frozen ini'r' crt. oOa' 1 (W}I)
f support of such white and colored Oranges Mason & HamlinORGANS
proportion of valuable wood at the J. D. HASIJAGKN; ,
schools respectively in the proportion Eastern Azpn
J : base of the trunk can be utilized which

F. is now lost. For clearing forest that white and colored children, between : PIANOS:

I prop ten and old in i Highest lion r. B: l jJ f New mode of
; erties this method i is admirably adapted years I ors at all Great 1 String-in.g. DoWorld'

I as it brings up the root of the treat e such State bear to each other by cen .I I eightecnyears.Exhibitions for,, #ISM?._mto-- much not quarter require tuning one-as

one operation, and dispenses with sus.No '. -- I Style One' .hundred|M. to Pre.ailiag Pianos en the
State is to receive the benefit CD ; {900.For Cash, w r e s t-pin" j
t: the tedious and of > >> :: Easy Payments system. R e.
costly of CO I ." .* \
process grub I < .J HIWd =: 3 .i_. I orRented.Catalogues markable for ,
the the act until its Governor shall file 00 Afc '' JO .: 3= S u: .u I tree purity of t.ne j
of felled
.' bing roots timber. : ::": .1 and durability.
with the Secretary of the Interior 1 a N- .tI:.laJU1sa I u.V ld"d'd, >: !
-- ] ORGAN

\ The interaction of mind and body, statement, giving full :statistics:; of the! I --r-- z..0... 3.. I'!I. }JPIWUII> I ncCMY.C:!_L ANDPfflOCO.

in disease, is well set forth by Dr., school system, the attendance of white I CO foe< I|> I 4cu'ap uuah! I N. Y. 149 Wabash AVI., Chicago.
j. Haecker, of Leipsic, who states that and colored children, the amount of S:::: ::: *:t.i q : -* --f -- 1
C') g 1Jola; f co. 0:=aQ:::ITft I ** !: TO F. : Fn!
A Enrrorfn
tickling, which he styles a variable, money expended, the number of .C x,; -... -- -- ---- --- I -#M Son 1,.u..rolin Philadelphia (In which the* f iltnt
ArnE|+ in Am-rica 'U ol'ganlae -0 .= M. MM
; intermittent excitement of the nerves schools in operation, the number an dC I x. : mostmto. CaUlojru of M..onle booki ."<|
:. 3 'uona.JJlu :: >:: I = .with. b<.ttom price* Aim' offer of Ent e1_
_ of the skin, produces irritation of the compensation of teachers, etc. No loLl 0... I,Z.-iZxx:: : i t 1-"Dic PIAt.llIPlln to 1 F.Maua/acturtrs/ttl A.o.r.: KEDDINO Broadw y.NewYork 4 CO..
r .., ,I I.)
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sympathetic nerves, with the result of State or Territory shall receive in any "")..., .", :,I f s.
expansion of the and from this fund tr. sqjpajpunq{ 10 r.xQ; := mM. CATARRH
a contrac year more money thanit 3 "";" 0 [putt saipuj; uji qc ;:x. m I w !

tion of the blood vessels, and that the has paid out the previous year from .- >... i iIIuJtIJUJ[ .SQ -d Eo- So rreat is OUT faith that we can cure you dear sufferer that we

, consequent diminution of pressure on its own revenues for common schools. If : 2.usait 9.. will- mail enough convince. .L1UDCBB1CI1 you. FREE Send A CO 10.,KewarkJISSi 2C-stam .tocrrereipCDSeArpottaze. <.
, 02.. I 'IJ'UI =:'-I-Ctr.l. 0 ... -- ---
the brain, permeated with blood vessels any State Territory declines to take o c.-. =< S. I .,. I .:.rQ i6&Q__"' c &Q Ict.,';c ..- ."", atY *
---- .Yal
, is so considerable as not to be its share of the National fund such shareis C1 Z a slaw l u o-oow ,;.:CI.1 =' tiC -'2, M1Lta, '
" a :: 13Qn I .,.-.,. I -- -- -- ....
without danger ; that powerful expira to be distributed among the States s.. 00 H I -- --&Q--Ma.- 3; -"0 s.. simplicity- :...,durability -- .... 'o.-oJ6J,:. 'W" .

tion against such diminution accepting the benefits of the fund. .c CD mmpc'UN 1 I oq": d oo""oo": ": .-o1 .. UbJI IJC ,and power. _
, operates a If .... _I .__ _tCJ_ ;_ _;CIQO___C_ 'I),..: CI Meltable

. of pressure, and therefore laughter, I any State or Territory misapplies the I c:.> I :: ':0: ':'t i I;; s. ;= wanted Agent In all un-
which is simply intermittent forced fund Jaiatuo.fl3a y5. .i32. :.;; I iSg assigned territory.
or fails to comply with the con 6 IJ ti O o O)-.--:'. .-.:. t;ai s., Pumps, Tanks and Wind Mill
movements expiration, is a decided tIual"1 C''t.I: ":. I ar ::: ar Supplies of every description.
ditions it loses all ,- -- Farm and Suburban water
for the of appor - -- ai 0
remedy effects I Works
tickling.The .c;) : : : : : : S = a specialty. Illustrated
tionment. of all : : : : : : : a Catalogue and Price-Lint free.
Samples school] books
C') I : : : :0 : :1- 0O
.: : :. :.' : s. The Phelps&Uigelo W.M.: Co
cause of ordinary dyspepsia in use in the common schools of the ._0 "z 2-. :" ,I.IJ.as: ._..... qs Kalanuuoo Vth 8trtKAOMM, MI."'.,and Cltr.1216 Mo.WMC

have been succinctly given as follows: States and Territories shall be filed 1 o.. f-:i: h" 'CI.1 7 _.,'_1 .''CI.1C1.1 a" I. -- --- --
d r.: JERSEY
as RED
> PIGS.Fine
0 .... ::: .
. 1. Eating too rapidly. 2. Drinking with the Secretary of the Interior. ..Q..) I .=s.J'J.. C C Oc.l eII.s-.w ..as.... I..Z,Im-- foe 0 pure blooded Pigs, Sio a pair, not akin
:: Address
too much water at meal time. 3. Improper Any State or Territory accepting the .. 00 d 00=.r4 f-.>" EoE.;:;. ,I WAYrROSS STOCK: AND FRUIT FAX)!

food. 4. Want of exercise. provisions of the act at the first session> Scott's Emulsion of Pure Cod Liver Waycrofw- Ga.

5. Too much tea and coffee. 6. Too of its Legislature after the passage of Oil, with Ilypopliosphitcs, PLANT SEED COMPANY'S RELIABLE,
F Almoxt a Specific for OotiXHmplion.The '
. much tobacco. Treatment as follows: the act shall receive its pro rata shareof thousands of testimonials we K to Nf

. Under-done meats and but little bread. all previous annual appropriations. have received from sufferers who have i.1 Q
No sweets. Pepsin sacch, 5 grains at Congress reserves the right to alter or been permanently cured by Scott's'Emulsion '!

each meal. The mineral acids before repeal the act. The bill now :
goes to satisfies us that it will cure Write for tlulr ILLCSTR1T1D eATlLOGTX.i ldtlp/t

, meals, as muriatic, nitro-muriatic, or the House of Representatives for con consumption in its early stages, and i j PLANT SEED COMPANY,

S phosphoric. currence. alleviate if not curt in its latter stage. j' I'B3 Norm POUKTH STRUT, SAINT tfiUtt*ti .
C If trUffo th2.s Pi; a


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l't,.' '206 THE FLORIDA DISPATCH.The 1 1 1.f.

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ik I
; English Sparrow. many native song and insectivorousbirds. ialti); even transitory visitors, as certain I ment to empancipation; and now ,the 1

> Their arrival was heralded : of the warblers, etc., seemed to North cannot turn round and dolly I
:: .j DANGER OF INTRODUCING THE PF Ttd with jot by our citizens (except a few avoid West Chester; and now, at the say to the South, These ignorant peo- I

, INTO FLORIDA.-PROF. WAR- knowing; ones who shook their heads proper seasons, when the migrants as pie are your people, and you may take '
REN'S ESSAY, ETC. and observed, "You'll be sorry for this well. as residents enter this place, theyare care of them. We owe it to the I
t" in a few years!") some) of whom forth- pursued and driven out by the South to carry our share of the load;
We are indebted to Prof B. H. with erected a commodious in the hosts of"usurpers." and we owe it to the nc gro. We un-

,f, Warren, Ornithologist of the Board of court house yard for their protection Our townsman, John F. Ingram, dertook to make him free. But our

>.. Agriculture of Pennsylvania, for the against inclement weather, mischievous well and favorably known to all, anda emancipation proclamation does not

l following letter and newspaper ex- boys and prowling cats. gentleman of whom it is universally make him free, nor a ballot added; it
, tract : The little "pets" (as they were then admitted "thinks twice before he takes the church and the school-house,

called) were confined in this convenience speaks," was one of the first to call and the Nation must give the one and
, Editors Florida Dispatch : and regularly fed and watered attention to, the destructive Christian people must give the other.

(. With this I send a brief newspaper by their doting admirers for about ten my pensities, uncleanly habits and pro-- "The South is not a pauper, but a

clipping taken from the West Chester, days when they were liberated. At disposition of the pugnacious He partner; and as we share her wealth,

',"'': (Pa.,) Daily Republican, February irregular intervals after this, for a also had noticed the material sparrow.lessening so we must share her burdens-bur-
. .to: 26,1886, refering to a most pernicious period of near two months, they re- in itatious of the insect-eating dens which our indifference and inertia
,:. bird, which it appears is to be introduced tured to the box for food and shelter. birds. have helped to create."

. into State. In all of however the visitations .
, your parts Gradually, Like observations of other well- -
; this country where these birds have became fewer, until finally they ceased. known parties and disparaging news- An Ozier Willow Farm.

I f'. been introduced and naturalized they These pioneer sparrows for several paper reports, linked with the desire' About a mile below the city of Macon -
, are thoroughly detosted because of months displayed marked timidity Swell '
to learn the true state of affairs led to
I their destructiveness to certain cereals Ga., is the ozier willow farm of Mr.
L' as an eagerness to keep
series of dissections the writer.
;t, and the buds and blossoms -of fruit They roosted in the evergreen trees in a by I. C. Plant, which has been visited bya
" The result of this work it will he remembered -
!. trees and other forms of plant life. In the Court yard. One or two years by some, was given in detail correspondent of the American Drug

\j' : Pennsylvania these sparrows became rolled on without much authentic information by me before this society, hence I gist. The willow switches, at the end
1 obnoxious to the and obtained l relative
so agricultural being to
deem it not necessary to here dwell of two years, are from four to seven
horticultural people that by a specialact them. By way of explanation it may
the minutia of anatomical
of be stated that the word upon feet long, and are cut and gatheredinto
our legislature, passed some two authentic be
labors but will state that} upwards ofa
years ago all legal restrictions as to fore information is used, not but thatit hundred; stomachs lately examined bunches like sheaves of wheat.In .
! Killing them and destroying their is true many reports, both newspaperand I the show of vegetable materials was the stripping building they are

" nefts and eggs were removed! I send verbal, were current in regard to I greatly in excess of the insect steeped in water, and the bark at the
r with this synopsis of essays read before the "new birds," but the writer is also very
end loosened for of
West Chester microscopical society, aware that our migrants and natives, I diet.It larger a couple
1 is needless, however to dwell
said papers I trust will be sufficient to other than the most common and well inches by machinery. The leaves and
the merits demerits of these
I or
! give you an idea of the true status of known species, such as the wren, cat- upon birds. Suffice it to that repeated bark are then removed by a little ma-

' the "English sparrow." bird, robin, etc., from the size of a I interviews vith say of our leading chine devised by Mr. Plant. One by

". Sincerely trusting that the FLORIDA aparrow-ha.wk (F. sparveriui) to that citizens and residents many throughout() the one the switches are placed in the me-
DISPATCH will use its influence to of a kinglet (R. satrapa or calendula) I
conclusively that chanical and with of
country prove popu stripper, a pair
the introduction into Floridaof denominated
the uninitiatedyet
prevent were by
lar sentiment i is against them because
f this I remain observer pliers; are pulled through with asudden
pest, very re- loquacious ,"English Spar- of their injurious traits. Now, the
spectfully. B. H. WARREN.West rows." jerk. They are then wiped off with a
question is :-how shall we get rid of
Chester, Pa., Feb., 27, 1886. After the lapse of the time above them woolen cloth, bundled and laid away to
From the Wesf{ Chester, (Pa.)Daily Republican. in .
specified they were frequently seen
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CATCHING SPARROWS BY WHOLESALE. small parties about the borough. Im Education at the South.In dry.All
the leaves and bark dried
On Wednesday two Englishmen mediately to meet the needs of these discussing the Educational Bill, are
from Philadelphia came to Bridgeportand insectivorous (?) birds several of our and baled. They are used for medici
now before Congress the Christian
requested permission to catch the kind hearted townspeople built boxes nal purposes, and command a price of .
that make their for their benefit. fol Union very justly and magnanimouslysays
sparrows nightly They were soon twenty-five cents a pound. There are
lodging-place in the the north lowed others until of the :
ivy on by many at present 00,( 00 willows growing on
side of Holstein residence. The per- shade and fruit trees of West Chesterwere "'Ve do not understand that the
the farm and additional
mission was granted, and after dark ornamented or disfigured by costly advocates of National aid to Southern 80,000 slips

the men, with a large net into which bird box architecture or rusty tin education regard it as a charity. It have recently been set out. The en-

the birds were attracted by :a lantern, fruit-cans, pans and stove-pipes is an act of justice; and if an act of tire levee is to be eventually covered

began the work, and in about an hour These efforts of our citizens, whether justice, it is nothing to the purpose to with them, when sixty acres will be

captured nearly 300 sparrows. The rich or poor, high or low were lauded show that the South can live and devoted to this single The aver-
bird-catchers stated that the sparrowswere by the press, and so assiduously were thrive without it. The plaintiff, says crop.
to be sent to Florida. About a the occupants of said domiciles guardedby the court, is entitled to the sum he age yield is a ton to the acre. When

year ago these same men performed a night as well as by day, that the claims. But, may it please the court, dried, the willows command $200 per

similar operation. There are not a obiquitous small boy was put to his interposes the defendant's lawyer, the ton, and find a ready market.
few about West Chester who would be utmost to secure the coveted and at plaintiff is in very comfortable circum .

happy to have these sparrow catchers that time marketable egg. stances and does not need the money. If we ask you why Daniel was pre-

carry their labors in this direction and The prolific sparrows, as residentsfor The plea is not allowed, not even lis served from lions, why he was endued
they will be granted every opportu- four years, began to show, even to tened to. If one is asked to give almsto
with such innoc of life he
nity for prosecuting their ;work. certain of their supporters, that they a beggar he requires evidence of ncy
were not as useful as it was said they the beggar's need; if one is asked to was admitted into the secrets of the
OF THE ENGLISH SPARROW, "PAS- would be. do justice, he only requires what is Divine economy, why he was styled

SER DOMESTICUS," IN WEST By degrees it became painfully patent just. Now, we insist that the burdenof by way of eminence "the man greatly

CHESTER, PA. to the fruit grower, the gardnerand the negro population at the Southis beloved," and why the man of God
florist, as well as the practical ornithologist a national burden; that it belongs
Essay read by It. Harry- Warren, before the } that the much-cared-for( to the Nation, and that to leave it to was glorified by his promotion in a
West Chester Microscopical Society and over-rated sparrows were affecting be borne by those who happen to live heathen court, the answer to all is:

This much talked' of and written seriously their respective interests. where the negro population is the "He kneeled three times a day and

about bird I again call your attentionto The pear, plum and peach trees,and largest is unjust. The North helpedto prayed, and gave thanks before his
even at the} risk of tiring the pa also the grapevines were rifled of their bring slaves here; the North helpedto God."-Jtishop Horne.

tience of some of my hearers. Amongour buds. The grapes; strawberries, and, recognize slavery is the original --- .. --
members there are not a few who I have been told, raspberries and blackberries Constitution; the North by its votes Exemption from mistake is not the
; consider the sparrow a curse to the were taken. The tender herbs; helped to extend slavery and to fastenit
community and a bird which, if it ever grasses and coleuses were plucked and upon the Nation, the North couldnot privilege of mortals; but when our

did do good, has "long since outlivedits devoured ; and last, but by no means be aroused to any effective measures mistakes are involuntary, we owe each

usefulness." the least, the close-observing lovers of to get rid of slavery until it was other every candid consideration; and

Some years ago by a well-disposed, native birds proper were forced to notea compelled to in self:; defence, and then I the man who on discovering errors
estimable and well-known resident o a steady diminution, not only yearly not until after two years of civil war;
acknowledges corrects them is
this place six or seven sparrows were but monthty, in the formerly plentiful the North then emancipated the slave ,

obtained and conveyed to our borough,. denizens of our town,such as the wren, instantly by proclamation, and added scarcely less entitled to our esteem than
which at that time was the abode of blue bird, vireo and "chippy" (S. xo at the close of the war enfranchise- I if he had not erred.



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twelve cockerels bred for market and disturbance by other hens. The coop I A Great and Growing Nation.

t ; :i1 costing!:! him $1.50 per mouth for feed. will serve for feeding and watering the I The grain crop of the United Statein -

Now, estimating poultry at twenty hen, and allow her a place for exer- 1865 numbered 128,499,187 bushs

k E- EARLY MATURITY OF FOWLS. cents per pound, those cockerels must cise. As one really has things ready els. The crop of 1884 numbered

I increase at the rate of seven and one- when they are wanted for use, it i is 2,981,920,332 bushels. That of 1885

I' An Authority- Poultry Presents I half pounds per month in order that B well to look after such things as thesein probably exceed 3,000,000,000.The .

":t", Important Points for Con- may not lose nothing. If they do less time, especially when early chicksare average product of pig-iron in '

sideration. than that he makes an actual loss. If, raised. Where barrels are not to 1865, 1866 and 1867 was 1,247,850

I T" Early maturity-is an attribute which on the other hand, however, they in- be had conveniently, coops made in tons. The average product of pig- 1

any breed of fowls must possess if it crease at the rate of fifteen pounds per the shape of small sheds, and weather- iron in 1882, 1883, and 1884 was

:t would rank high in the breeder's estimation month, he makes a clear profit of 100 proof, with loose doors to close themat 4,971,569 tons. Increase 299 per.

f b:: and here it is that the Plymouth per cent. It will thus be seen that night, can be made through the cent.

it Hock stands without a rival. the time consumed in preparing fowls winter,in readiness for the early sitteri. The railway mileage, Jan. 1, 1865 ,

t if Not that it matures earlier than any for market is an important factor to be American Agriculturist._ was 125,379 miles. Increase, 270 per
-- ----- eVariety -----
I; other breed, for some of the smaller considered in determining what breedto
in cent.The
, ones equal it, simply taking weeks and keep and in estimating the profit to Feeding.A amount of insurance againstfire
of the American
months into account. It will, however, be derived from them.-F. H. Corbinin correspondent in 1865 was 82,254,112,505. The
Yard has tried series of
produce of flesh well laid New York World. Poultry a amount of insurance against fire in
more pounds ,
. well-conducted experiments in feeding
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:. on, in a given space of time, than any in France. 1884 was $9,359,423,527. Increase,
Poultry Breeding poultry, and was convinced that a
295 cent.
other fowl. per
L'Illustration gives the following variety of food was better than any
The Asiatic will The average crop of cotton in 1865,
perhaps, produce statistics relating to poultry in France; one grain alone, and that wheat and
1866 and 1867 was 2,262,385 bales.
many pounds weight, but has so large it appears from these that the poultry oats mixed, is better than corn.
and bony frame that it is in most The average crop of cotton in 1882,
a a
in that
yards country represent a very Twenty Brahmas, in 10 days, ate 13
1883 and 1884 was 6,122,095 bales.
undesirable condition for market until
large capital. The number of fowlsis quarts of corn ; the next 10 days, 15
Increase 176 cent.
matured while the per
fully Plymouth estimated at 45,000,000, which, quarts of wheat and oats ; the next 10
Rock fine The last twenty crops up to 1884, '
always presents a appear- valued at 2$ francs each the
on aver- days, 16 quarts of barley and wheat,
when well fed and is fit for inclusive, raised by free labor, excededthe
ance, would 11 of
amount to
age, ,500,000 and a supply of green food all the
I broiling at the of three months. last twenty crops raised by slavery
age francs. The number of hens is
laying time. Cochins ate about 12 cent.
I A fowl in the ,, per by over 30,000,000 bales, each heavier
large maturing early .
taken at and the
I taking less of corn, and the same amount of
than the anti-war bale by more than
fall and for market before
ready extensive number of laid each
eggs by at an other grains. Small fowls consumed
ten per cent. The seed then wasted
made from the
shipments are average of 90 yearly, the total production about a third less of all kinds of grain. !
West and interior sections is desirable is now saved and converted to use.
very of iu France would fall
: eggs He thinks it will cost from $1.25 to
The value of this increase
for number of and
a reasons, short of which
3COO,000,000, at an fowl
$1.75 to keep a mature a year.
use of seed, must have been $1,-
other will
things being equal always
average of five cents each, would f
I remain the popular breed. The cost amount to 150,000,000 francs. Of this "Hens," says the Haverhill Bulle- 800,000,000 to $2,000,000,000, a sum
of is much here than equal to whole money cost of the war
grain higher at number it is calculated that 100,000000 ,- tin, "are nothing more or less, so to
to the South, measured at a gold stand-
the West, and the expense of transportation of eggs are hatched, of which 10-, speak, than machines, and with good
ard, and more than half of what the
is in its
natural condi-
greater 000,000 die as young chickens, 10,000- feed and proper care can do their
tion than after being transformed into 000 serve for reproduction, while 80- work with the regularity of machi- North spent in money on a currency
I I basis. The debt and taxes incurredby
poultry. We must, therefore, fit our 000,000 of chickens serve for food, I nery." We entirely agree with this

fowls for market before the arrival of which, valued at 1 i francs each, would view. In the spring time, for instance, the United States for war purposescame

theirs: in order to secure the greatest francs. To these flower to about $4,2000,000.
represent 120,000,000 they can go through a or vege-
amount of profit. This operates to must he added an extra value of table bed in such a manner as to leave The population of the United States

the advantage of all concerned, as the 6,000,000 for capons. Altogether, the the impression that a mowing machineor Aug. 1, 1865, was aoout 36,000,000 ;

exhaustion of our home supply createsa Aug. 1, 1885, 57,000,000. Increase,
value of poultry and eggs produced in patent steam plow with harrow attachment

demand for Western poultry at the France may be taken at 300,000,000 had been at work in the 63 per cent.
season. A strong competitionis The public debt of the United States,
proper francs, or 860 000.000. premises. Undoubtedly hens are very
inevitably fatal to the profits of much like machines, the only differ audited and recorded, plus paymentsdue

almost any business, and poultry rais- The Best Nests for Hens. ence being that they can be a little soldiers and contractors not then

ing is no exception to the rule. An empty barrel makes the best more destructive when they get downto audited, was Aug. 1, 1865, $2,967,586-

It should be born in mind also by nest for a sitting hen. It may be set business. 203, Aug. 1, 1885, 81,386,555,527.

!the reader that the cost of producing out in the yard or the orchard, and Decrease, 54 per cent.

poultry for market purposes is an inverse be safe from rain or storm, and if Farmer, buy your boys a trio of The debt of the United States per
\ ratio to the time consumed in closed by a loose door in the front at thoroughbred fowls, and encourage capita, Aug. 1, 1865, was 884 ; Aug.

\I, producing it. The cost of simply night, there will be no danger from them into rearing them scientificallyfor 1, 1885, 823. Decrease, 72 per cent.

\\ keeping fowls or other stock and sup- vermin. A flour barrel is sunk in the both profit and pleasure. The constantly increasing debt, even

plying, ) their wants will equal a certain ground for one-fourth, or one-third its -- -- --- -- of the solvent States of Europe, is now

amount in value. Therefore where diameter, sloping a little forward, Every one, however humble, has a 875 per head ; and in this time of

flub is the object sought the stock to prevent rains from beating in. The mission to do, or say, or think some- passive war, which they call peace,

must! sufficiently increase in size or excavated earth is filled back into the thing which has never been done, or one man in every twenty-two capableof

flesh to meet this cost in order that barrel, a nest being made in the center said, or thought; therefore let each bearing arms is wasting his time in

there may be no actual loss. Now the of it. This makes a very covenient one, while gratefully! accepting the camp or barracks, while anotherone

''secret of profit in raising fowls for this arrangement, and gives an earth bot- health and profiting by the wisdom of must spend his time in furnishing

:purpose consists in obtaining a greater tom to the nest, with every facility for others, cultivate his own individuality, subsistence fir his worse than idle

increase of weight than merely sufficient controlling the hen and the chicks.If live his own independent life, and fulfill force.-J/-mber World.

to pay the cost of keeping and these nests are scattered about the his own possibilities .. .

will be in direct proportion to the yard, hens will take possession: of them, -.-*-.- I After treating her like a goddess,

extent the breeder is enabled to do and when one takes to sitting,she may I own there is a haughtiness and the husband uses her like a woman ;

this.To be furnished with eggs, and closed up fierceness in human nature which will what is still worse, the most abject

illustrate : Suppose that B has a with a slatted door, or a coop set in cause innumerable broils, place men in I flatterers degenerate into the greatest

I pen of Plymouth Rocks consisting oft I' front of a barrel, and protected from what :situation: you please.-Burke. t y ran 18.-Addinon.i .


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< larida jjjixpatch. Our Coming Spring Exhibit, f Heels Over Head. -gl1blisltr'S 1 larfmtrr--;

To be held in this city from the 22d "Abbe Laborier, the curate of St.

the 27th of Georges, who practiced and suggestedas ---- ------- ---
JACKSONVILLE FLA., MCH. 15, 1886. to March, promises to bea
--- --- ---- a remedy against decay
D. REDMOND I gratifying success. destruction of vines by phylloxera, to tracted.V3 Payable in advance unless otherwise con-
A. H. MANVILLEj"0" From the learn that
Secretary we
dig the vines out and replant them 8PACE..lwEEK 1-:MO.--:-3 MO. 6 MO.- ..1 YEAR
Judge J. T. Bernard, of Tallahassee, reversed, using the branches as : 1 ;
1 sqr.$2O0 $600 $1200 $16001Z200
KAFFIR CORN.We can still supply writes : "Will have the request for roots and letting the roots become 2 i,, 350' 10 50 2100 28 00'' 3S 00

packages of this grain containing exhibits noticed in our papers, and do branches, published in Paris MoniteurVinicole / cola II :I 800 6001, 180011' S6 48 00 00 45 6400 00:i 85 6100i4 00
of November 3d a letter of II 1200'' 36 00 7200 9600'' 128 00
seed to three hundred
enough plant my best to get a liberal response from II ; 1100 42 00 St 112 001 150 00
M. Mondain, Director of the Agri- 1 II' 1800'' 001
hills. Price mail. 54 00 108 00 144 192 00
twenty ,
per this section.
cultural Orphanage of Breille. The
4 From Island in Lake Subscription$?.00 per annum,in advance.
THE JACKSONVILLE HERALD is Drayton latter gentleman states in that letter ---- -
-------- ----- --
George, Mr.\ DeWayne Pullen writes : that he has applied Laborier's systemin SPECIAL CLUB RAZES
now a -eight always well.
quarto pages;
"Please accept my thanks for invita- two places and obtained splendid We have arranged with the publishers and
filled, and showing a marked improvement results, which move him to apply it will club THE DISPATCH with any paperor
I' tion to Florida Spring Exhibit. I periodical published in the United State
in typography. We wish it now on a large scale. or Great BrItain. Prices on application.
will make effort exhibit .
an to get an Remittances should be sent
abundant Check
success. We find the above floating about Money Order, Postal Note or Registered Letter -
..- from this section, although the cold' ,addressed to
We indebted Senator Wilkinson -' among our exchanges, without credit,
are to wave has made vegetation very late. C. W. DaCOSTA, Publisher,

Call, of Florida, for his speechin N. C. Wamboldt, the long estab-- and, with all due respect for the opin- TARfifulrvTT.t.r. FT....

Congress, February 23, 1886, on lished and experienced fruit dealer in ions of others and our willingness to accept ------

the Blair Educational Bill in aid of the old postoffice block, thinks he will the results of their experience when Special to New Subscribers.From .

Common Schools and Industrial Edu- based upon something more substan-
be able to show up some Florida oranges and after this date
every new
cation which Bill has since tial than mere theory, we cannot,
; passedthe fresh from the trees, that will
Senate, as will be seen elsewhere. "take the cake. however, quite go so far as to be convinced ( subscriber to the DISPATCH, will receive -

.t- of the correctness of the fore- a, colored Map of Florida free.
11 Mrs. N. C. Wamboldt, of Fairfield,
Patent Bee-Hive. will add some very handsome contri- going extract. Our reasons are, that to Scale 18 miles to the inch.
A Lakeland correspondent writes this would be
accept theory we com- .
butions to the floral display.
the Editors: pelled to look upon all that we ever An Unprecedented Offer.
Messrs.\ Skelton & \Vamboldt, of
"Will you please give us the addressof learned of plant ]life as wrong and To any one sending a yearly sub-

a firm from whom we could get the Fairfield, promise some very fine speci- that the teachings of those we believedin scription to the DISPATCH, at full

Patent Bee-Hive, and oblige your sub- mens of vegetables and strawberries likewise incorrect. rates, $2, we will send the New York
were Again,
scribers etc. barring another cold wave.
all those familiar with the life and Weekly JVorld free or six months.
REPLY.-We would gladly give the Major C. B. Magruder\ the veteran _.
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habits of the would
desired information; but there are in- fruit-grower of Hock Ledge, who, at Phvlloxera not See the advertisement of the "Flor-

numerable Patent Bee-Hives in the our last State fair and at the New consider this reversed planting as of ida Fertilizing Co.," in present issue.

Patent Office and before the public, Orleans Exposition carried off such the least avail as a remedial agent We have used these fertilizers with

and it is utterly impossible for us to high honors, promises to be on hand against its depredations even if this very satisfactory results; and we are
did succeed to the extent claimed
tell which particular one our corre- with his usual splendid display of informed that Col. Dancy, of Orange

spondent desires. Please be more ex citrus fruits. The "blizzard," alarmedat which is not at all probable no more Mills, Mr. John Clark, of this city,
than root will turn into branch
plicit.-EDs. the Major's collection of diplomas, a a by Capt. Joe Smith, of the St. Johns
this It is of
----- ------- process. very common
sheered off"on another tack. river, Judge J. A. Hayden, of San-

The Early Strawberries.Our Mrs.\ T. A. Melton\ of East Jacksonville occurrence that a cane of a vine even ford, and many other reliable gentlemen -
well-known Forwarding and if not detached from the plant and the
expects some handsome contri- of sound judgment and great
Commission Merchant W. H. Pillow latter is uprooted will it will
grow, yet
butions of flowers for the Exhibit from experience, bear willing testimony to
received the first strawberries this be interesting to our Botanists to
season very
old friends in Middle 1 Florida. the great value of this Orange tree
on Friday, the 26th of Februarya I learn of this root transformation in a fertilizer.An .

few quarts only, coming from the National Tea Culture. branch by so simple :a a process. For .

following gentlemen, viz.: H. E. The Commissioner of Agriculturehas ourselves we require, however, more illustration of what is meant by

Stannard, Panasoffkee; W. D. Lewis, received quite an unfavorable report than a mere newspaper extract to con- the expression "developing the resources -

Panasoffkee; W. P. Gulick, Lake upon the Government Tea Farm, vince us of the truth of the assertion.B. of a country" is given in the

Dora. The strawberry crop, though at Sumterville, S. C. Mr.\ Vardell, following quotation : "Some of the
used in watches at the
writes that the screws making
exceedingly late, promises to be a goodone Superintendent, severe
The Gladstone-Huxley
winter and cold weather controversyover Waltharn watch manufactory are so
throughout the State, and all the protracted
markets we supply are crying for have stripped the tea plants of their the question of the Scientific Sig- minute as to seem like iron filings, or
nificance of the Book of Genesis will
them. foliage. He says he thiuks some vari- grains of ground pepper. A poundof
be continued in the April "Popular steel but cents
eties are dead to the root. He has costing fifty a pound,
Tarry Longer in Fair Florida I Science Monthly." The number will
of these worth
found a variety standing in certain yields 100,000 screws,
Nearly all the leading hotels of the contain Professor Huxley's second ar- "
places that endures cold better than eleven dollars. At this rate a ton of
State have announced their intention ticle to Mr. Gladstone's
replying iron worth nothing at all so ]longas
others, and from which no leaves have ore,
of keeping later than usual this "Proem to Genesis," which appearedin
i open fallen. They are evidently enfeebledby lies in the ground, becomes, when"developed"
,! spring. In all of the the March issue Henry Drum-
parts country ; by labor and mechanicalskill
t the cold weather, and in no condi-
the season is backward, and the most tion for removal.Commissioner. mond's Comments on the views thus worth $22,000. The sametrans-

delightful months of the year here will Column is understoodto far presented by the two distinguished formation of worthlessness into wealthis

I i be the remainder of March, April and be of the opinion that this experi- disputants ; and, in a supplement, Mr. to be seen in every manipulation of

May. Health and pleasure-seekels Gladstone's original paper,"The Dawnof raw produce, and country grows in
mental tea farm had better be aban-
should tarry with us until the cold Creation and of Worship," which proportion as this transformation takes
doned, as he is having propagated on place slowly or rapidly. It is in ths
northern winds give to balmy first called out Professor Huxley.
the of the tea
grounds Department .. way the aggregate wealth of tie
airs in their Northern homes. Many plants in sufficient number to meet all The world-----deals goodnaturedlywith United States has grown to the inca-

an invalid loses all he has gained calls for them. culable total of fifty billion of dollasin
good-natured people, and I never
during the winter by going North too a century.
knew a misanthrope who quarrelled .
The profitable maxim in life is the -- ------. --
early. with it but it was he and not it that
to laugh at
It is thing
4 middle way. Don't quite believe any- a good air
Firmness for he mislead neither was in wrong. rate; and if a straw can tickle a row
or of the mind is body, may you ;
not from adherance to truth, but submission disbelieve him, for that is uncompli- Doing good is the only certainly it ia an instrument of happineii.d"t. .-.rk-;

I, to prejudiet. mentary to your friend. happy aotion of man's lifi. .


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the dreadful conquering spirit- fill? An old physician, retired from Nbo Vairico Nurseries, ;j'E
practice having !had placed in his
Who cannot see, in the circle of his ct1 TROPICAL AND SUBTROPICAL. Ei f
hands East India missionary the
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Would be a truthful name to give to Actuated by this motive and a desireto Bangor Orange Box Shooks and HoopsAND

Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical Discov- relieve human suffering, I will send

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discovered for arresting the early (development recipe, in German, French or English, HAY, GRAIN, BRICK, SHINGLES, FERTILIZERS, ETC.
of pulmonary disease. But with full directions for preparing and
4SO( sheets to the ream, best quality.
Sent mail ORANGE \
using. by by addressingwith VRAPS10x10
"consumption cure" would be suffi- > I Ie.; iixil, 13c.; 12x12 c.
stamp, naming this W. A. .
ciently indicate the scope of its influ- paper 'Tne Bangor box nas been before the orange-growers of Florida for the past ten years; Is
ence and usefulness. In all the No YES, 149 Power'A Block, Rochester, used exclusively by the larges packers and !shippers of the State,and recommended' by
many all Commission :Merchants as being the NEATEST LIGHTEST and STRONGEST Orange Box In
N. Y.
diseases which spring from a derangement A the market. Sales for the past season upwards of SUO.OuO) boxes. -
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of the liver and blood the "Dis- Those who have used the Boss ZINC See that every bundle Is branded
covery" is a safe and sure specific. Of
and LEATHER COLLAR PADS and CROSBY fc CSOWEN, State Agents, San Mateo, Florida.
all druggists. ANKLE BOOTS say they are the best '
and cheapest because most durable.
How often is the light of the household Tysen &Smith!Jacksonville; S. H. Benjamin & Co., Micanopy; Lovell &: Pemberton,Lees-
They will last a life time. Sold by burg; Hartman & White Citra; E. W. Agnew & Co., Ocala ; \.. C. Waite, Reddick; J. \1.
clouded by signs of melancholyor Harness makers on 60 days' trial. Reddick, Brooksville; S. Jenkins, Altamonte auglO-6m(
the of the ladies.
irritability on part
Yet they are not to be blamed, for theyare Madison Wis.,

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vorite Prescription, which, as a tonic -- -
.. Cotton and Corn fertilizer for these two ,
-------- --- ---- --- ---- Ashley Compound, a complete crops
and nervine for debilitated women is
SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS.Write and also used by the truckers near Charleston for vegetables.
certain safe and pleasant. It is be-
Ashley Ash Element, a cheap and excellent fertilizer for orange trees,bananas, etc.
all the healer of
yond great
compare or telegraph Byron E. Oak, Ashley Dissolved Hones. Ashley Acid Phosphate. a

women. the undertaker, for Marble, Iron Rail Pure Ground Raw Bone; Pure Ground Fish, Nitrate of Soda Sulphate Ammonia, Kalnlt,
-- --- ing and all kinds of Cemetery Work.A Muriate, Potash, Cotton Seed Meal etc.
Many\ a heart would be hardenedbut
full line of Wooden and Metallic For Almanacs and Hand Books,Agricultural Primers, and good articles on Peas, Kainit,
for the memory of the past griefs, : Cases and Caskets always on hand. Floats, etc.,address

when now averted perhaps were All orders attended 25
eyes, promptly to, TilE ASHLEY PHOSPHATE CO9IPAXY,

full of sympathy, and hands now cold Laura St., Jacksonville. Fla. Charleston,H. C.
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to soothe and succor. w
were eagar
Body Type for Sale.
Auction Sale>-+-* of JLots. 800 pounds Long Primer, second v-V- ::8:. :IJI.I.C: : : : >""'i7V V ,

hand-good condition. For sale
There will he auction sale of lots

by Mr.\ H. J. Raffensperger an at Ridge- cheap. -vMOItltOS&C.-W.- -- DACOSTA._ Straw t Orry Shipping ARont Fruit aM VORotablo a PacHi.Forwarding .

wood, near Orange; Park, Fla., on COIIN 1, ,

March\ 24, 1886. 21 S Bay Street,
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Dealer in Second-hand Clothing.

Land wanted in a healthy locationin Cheapest place in the city. Old cloth and Commission House S., F. <'tV.. R.R. Wharf,
Florida or Georgia in exchange fora ing cleaned and repaired. Spots taken

stock of Fancy Goods and Curiosi- i from your clothes at once. Where growers' supplies are on hand and for sale at lowest possible prices for
ties to be removed. Would pay some . .
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cash. Address E. E. Thorpe, Box 15, Lands for Sale. cash or to our patrons. Every necessary convenience for packing Oranges

St. Augustine, Fla. A large amount of land for sale h expeditiously, and in the best manner, by skilled workmen, at reasonable

H.H quantities to suit purchasers, in the prices. Oranges direct from the groves for sale by the single box or car-load.

Fertilize with Upland Cotton Seed, vicinity of Crescent City, Huntington, novSOtf .
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, PARTRIDGE Golden, Monticello.Sweet. 4 Fla.I'otutocN. Hills. By J. S. BROWN, SHERIDAN'S CONDITION : g

Early ( E E S I AY
During the past two years 1 have no166m.. Fruitland, Fla.Lndios POWDER

raised over two thousand bushels of --..--.---- .... .. highly is absolutely concentrated.pure and +
nnd Gentlemen to take 1 ounce 1s worth a 1Lfl
these potatoes, and now plant them to WANTED l'!.<'liirht work at their domes. of any other kind. It is strictly amedicinetobejriventTlth food. Nothingon earth will make henslaynke
exclusion of other : 3} i to .3 a jay! eai-ily, made. it. It cures chicken cholera and a: du isc of hens. Iortb its weight in cold. Illustrated book by
the every variety ii. canvassing. Steadv Rmplovrnent I mall free. Soid ev rywhere, or sou mal for 25 cents in stamps. 21-4 Ib. air-tight: tin cans $1| I
both for home use and for shipping Fnrni ;h'd. A"dreaswith stampCRt/1iN by mail. $1.20. Six cans by express. ; id,tor 35.00. DR. I. U JOHNSON 8; CO., Boston. Mass
::2T"G. CO.,291 Vine St.,Cincinnati.Ohio. : I
for sale -
North. Fine seed at $3.00 --

per barrel. Address G. L. TABER. FLORIDA

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Seed PotutocN. '
We have just received nearly 2,000 Florida Orniijje Food, S25pertou.
Florida Vegetable Food, S28 per ton. I -
bushels Irish Potatoes from Nova Sco '
Fertilizer has been thoroughly tested I
This i
tia. These considered the Warranted 5 years,satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. The
, potatoes are for the past six years on Orange Uioven in ,, ,_ I Bent, most Efllclent, and Durable Washer In the world. I
1 very finest seed stock that can be pro- Florida and has.given putire satisfaction. I Has no rival,the only machine that will cash perfectly clean id&ovt na ,
[bing. Can be used in any sized tub or shifted from one tub to another
I -. cured. They are in splendid condition, Send for Circulars and Certificates. '1'f.' ,
f '" ,." in a moment So simple and easy to operate the most d'Ucfttg .
E : and we will ship promptly on receipt i4a" ,1 f' '.I\I\, ''I' "I ., :;t: lady or child can do the work. Made of Galvanized Iron,ffl I
I of price. Early Rose, S3.50 per bar- COW PEAS. II' l\. : the only Washer In the world that has the Rubber Bands on the !
;4 I 1n\ :- '' "11 I 4. Ij't.t Rollers,which prevent the breaking of button.sandln3urYtoc1otha)
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: CHURCH ANDERSON & Co. and White Peas lor sale. orlj;I r 1; WIjI1f"I!! I Ajrents sample 83.,O.<" Also the eel: *.
brated KEYo'TOSE.RL! GERS at Manufacturers' lowest price.
E Er i'-: Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 16, 1886. E. T. PAINE, Prest. Circular free. We refer to editor of this paper. Addreea ERIE WASHER CO., Erie Psw

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Tampa. Easy terms. Sweet of Connecticut, the natural Bone Set
WAYCROSS SHORT LINE. \.t l\IIcanopy.: Florida ter. Has been used for more than 50 years,
and Is the best known remedy for Rheuma
$5000 will buy 200 acres high roiling J.U"V nave all kinds of property; for sale, tism I
,Neuralgia,Sprains, ,Cuts,Burns,
land adjoining the town of in
: ;; new Lauds unimproved and those the highest
All Trains of this Road Run by Cenlial ((90th) Pemberton, Junction of South Florida and state of cultivation. Orange Groves, LakeFronts wounds and all external injuries.
: Meridian Time, which is 33 Minutes Slower Florida Southern Railroads and the Withla- Vegetable Lands, Truck Farms, Town SOLD IIY ALL, D1CUGGISTS-TKY IT.PIANOS&ORGANS.
> than Jacksonville Time. coochee River. Lots, etc. The home of the Orange, and the
r place where the Vegetables love to grow.
., ON AND AFTEnTsUNDAY, MARCH 7, I \ will buy a residence lot in Oriole a There is nosuch: country under the sun like -
1886 Trains will leave awl arrive $ 00 ,
I new Railroad town on S. F. II.K., in that surrounding Mieanopy. Circulars and
dally as follows: Hernando county. Easy terms: concessions .nformation furnished) upon application. Of alt makes direct to costo
NEW ORLEANS EXPKE.S ; to those who will build. Place rapidly im- AVERY & BROWN, ['mers from headquarters at

Leave Jacksonville daily at............. :45 a m i proving. marl __ _ Mieanopy_ Fla.ELLSWORTH ._ I wholesale guaranteed.prices.No money All goods asked
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at........ 7:1' p m h till instruments are received
Leave Callahan daily at.................... K::11 a in will buy a handsome lot in Parkers- I and fully tested. Write ua I
Arrive at Waycross dally at .......... 10:15: n m $1 I 00 burg. larloncounty.facing on Coop. before purchasing. An investment of 2 cents may
Leave Gainesville................................ 6:15 a m er Park. Send for colored map. Property of- I save you from 850.OO to 8100.00. Address
Arrive Gainesville............................... 8:25 a m I ered very cheap. JESSE FRENCH!:: Nashville Tenm
. Arrive at Thomasville daily at._....... 1:39 p m SUMTER COUNTY, Wholesale Distributing Dcp'tfor tfo&nOA.D. .
Arrive at Bainbridge daily at............ ,#:35 p m I
r I will buy a large building lot in
Arrive Chattahoochee dally at.,..... 4\4<\ m $ cpi ------. -
p <-'**' Windsor, Alachua county, a flour- well located on the T. & O. R. R. and in the
Arrive at Pensacola via L. & N. R. it..+o:10: p m
ishing place.
Arrive at Mobile via L.&N. It. IL....... 2:.5 a m heart of tbeLake Region.
Arrive atNew Orleans via L.&N. R.R 7:20 a m
will buy 100 acres land adjoining S. FAST MAIL STEAMERS
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars to and from $5000
Windsor. l;aterms.: Only
Jacksonville, Pensacola, Mobile and New $"KX() ) cash required; balance on long time to $100will
suit purchaser. FORPalatka
buy warranted speculation or a Cheap
Leave Jacksonville dally at....._.......- 1:40 p ro $n50 will buy a well located lot of 10 I
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..........12:00 m acres at Oriole; land ali high and Home. Lots 170x210 feet. and Lan din RS I
Leave Callahan daily aU_.................. 2:25: p m dry; originally selected for orange culture. O1All
. Leave Chattaboochee at.....................11:10: am Long terms of credit. Only 825 cash required, Send for Circulars.
Leave Thomasville at........................ 1:20 p m and an equal amount per annum plus the In-
Leave Gainesville at .......................... 6:15: a In terest on deferred payments. The easiest I;;. II. liUCKIHAN, I*rOl'.,
Arrive Gainesville.... ........................ 8:25 a m terms offered on high dry lands In Florida. UPPER ST. JOHN'S RIVER I
Leave Live Oak at............................... 9:30 am :Enquire for particulars. |Ian l-3m: Jacksonville, Fla
Arrive at Waycross dally at......... 4:20 pIn will buya fine l 10-acre lot close by TAMPA, MANATEE RIVER
Arrive Brunswick via B. & R. R... 8:20 a m $450 station 1
Arrive at Jesup daily at........ ............ :5:55p> n, Candler, Marion county. OTS SIZF ")I i00 FEET'$4.SjLakeview .
Very place good lands. |
prosperous ; West Havana and New Orleans.
Arrive Hrun wIck via E. T. V. & G.. >>:!JI) p m Key ,
Arrive Macon via E. T. V. & G' It. ll..ll:3: p m $n n 5 will buy; a choice 5-acre lot at Can- on Kingsley Lake ,
Arrive Atlanta via E. T. V. & G.R.R. 2:10: p m dler, close: by the station. fc| w} $;)O buys a 5-acre F[ L I U KI I DA
Arrive Chattanooga via E.T. V. fc G. S:10 a m will buy a 40-acre tract of high roll- tract forORANGE
Arrive Cincinnati via C. S. It. R........ 6:30:: p m h.g pine land lying a little off from :"t AM (HOVJE. DOUBLE DAILY DEPARTURES i
Arrive at Savannah dally at............... 7:10 p m the S.S.,O. & G. R. It. in Marion county. Satisfactory Send 2 cent st.mp for Map-, etc., to
Arrive at Charleston dally at............ 1:10: a m terms to buyers. ff TllOPICAI I,AN) CO.. '
Arrive at Washington, D.C.,daily at 11:00 pm will buy a beautifully located 1'. O. Box 158, Jacksonville Fla.TfJ PEOPLE'S LINE STEAMERS.
Arrive at New York dally at............. 6:50: a nt; CiOQO P OU whole block of lots in Parkersburg. Ex-Gov (;eo. F. Drew,

Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars, Jacksonville Money in it for the right man. Over 300 lots REFER Jacksonvilleand Rev C.
to New York and Jacksonville to Cincinnati now sold. f McLean, St. Augustine.

via Jcsup. $ | PLO will buy 1C acres good orange land nov9-ly -
Pullman Buffet Cars I OVJ
Sleeping Washingtonto adjoining Parkershurg. ---- -- ---- Steamers 11. B. PLANT, of the People.ALine

Jacksonville.EAST n500 will buy 80 acres high rolling and CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, of the
FLORIDA EXPRESS.!: land adjoining Floral City, in J. E. M'GINNISS De Bary-Baya Merchants' Line, will run ali

Leave Jacksonville daily at............... 5:00 p re Hernando county. Money in it for subdivision follows: Leaving the DeBary-Baya Line 1
Arrive at Jacksonville dully at........... 7:59a m into lots. Terms to suit. Room No. 10 Bostwick's Block Wharf at foot of Laura street:
Leave Callahan dally at....................... 5:40 p m will buy 80 acres good high rolling Leave Savannah, Florida and Western -
Arrive at Callahan.............................. 6:59 a m $800 pine land north of Couper F.S. Jacksonville Florida Railway wharf Jacksonville,
Leave Waycross.................................. 8:00 p m R'y -Uernando couuty. Good.neighbor dally,on arrival of Fast Mall train..
Arrive at Waycross dally at............... 5:10 a m hood. Leave Jacksonville.............................. 3:00 p m
Leave Gainesville dally at..........._.... 3:50 p m J.eave Green Cove Spring................... 5:10 p m
Arrive at Galnesvllledaily at ............ 9:15 a m $600 will buy 20 acres land at Oriole REAL ESTATE Leave Tocoi......................................... 6:15pm
Leave Live Oak daily at..................... 7:15 p m with| Lake Front. Leave Palatka.............................._....... 8:40 pm
Arrive at Live Oak daily at.............. <>:5,; a m $1 I 000 will buy a handsome 80 I acre tract Leave Welaka....................................-.10:50 p m
Leave Thomasville dally at.-...... .......11:21 p in southwest of Oriole, close by Im- IJoughr and !Sold. Leave Astor............... ........................- 2:00am
Arrive at Albany dally at................. 1:411TC: provements; commanding building site; fine Leave DeLand Landing.................._. 4:15am
Arrive Montgomery via Central' R. R. 7:10 a m land. Leave Blue Springs. ............-.............. 5:00 a m
Arrive :Mobile via L. & N. ......... Arrive Sanford, South Florida Railroad -
R. It. 2:25 p In | npjrv will buy 40 acres land high and
$ Houses for Rent in desirable portions of the ............... .........
Arrive New Orleans via L. & N. R.R. 7:30: p m \j\j dryadjolnlngtown plat of Oriole.A wharf..... ......... 7:00 a in
Arrive Louisville via L. & N. R. R.... 2:20 a m fortune for some one by sub-dividing into city. City property handled and Arrive Sanford, City wharf................. 7:10 a m
Arrive St. Lo.ils.................................... 7:40 a In building lots. Arrive Enterprise............ ...................8:10 a m
returns made promptly. Leave Enterprise ................................. 8:30am:
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between $600 will buy 10 acres of land adjoining
Jacksonville and St. Louis, via Thomasville preceding. Conveyancing done carefully and at short RETURNING,

Albany Montgomery and Xashvllle, andPullman n will' buy SO acres land adjoining notice. Leave Sanford, City wharf.................. 6:25 p m
Palace Sleeping Cars to and from $1 50 the Company's lands at Pemberton Leave Sau'"rd, South Florida wharf 7:00 p m
Montgomery and Gainesville.; which they have laid out in building lots. Correspondence solid Ied. dec21-6rn: Leave Blu- ;Springs.............................. 8:50 p m
JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS. River front. A bargain.: ---- -- -- Leave DeLund Landing...................... 9:25 p m

Leave Astor.........................................11325 p m
Leave Jacksonville.............................
7:00 p m wilt buy 120: ) acres fine land between ORANGEHIGHTS.
$2500 Leave. Welaka.-.................................... 2:15am
Arrive JacksonVIlle.............................
7:00a m Dade City and Tucker- Palatka................. ............_...... 4:30
Leave : am
Leave Callahan................................... _
8:00: p m town in Hernando county.
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Leave Tocoi............... .... 6:30am
Arrive Waycross.................................10:15 p m will 40 "Heathiest Place in Florida."
$400 buy acres splendid high Leave Green Cove Spring-.................. 7:1.5 a zn
Arrive Brunswick via B & W. R. R... 7OS a in land, two miles from Brooksvllle. Arrive Jacksonville............................ 9:45 a rn
Arrive Albany via B.V.. R. It ........ 4:00: ( a in
Arrive Macon via Central R. R......... 8:10 a r" $800 will buy a young orange grove, 20T High, rolllnsr, fertile lands pure water,rail Connecting at Tocoi with St. Johns Rail-
Arrive Atlanta via Central It. H..12O: n'n trees, some beginning to bear; road facilities and Northern society. Superior road, at Palatka with Florida Southern

Arrive .Jesu}>.. ...._........................ .....12:05 a in grove in tine condition; Clay county, fine location for fruit and vegetable culture.A Railway ; at Astor with St. John's and
, Arrive Brunswick via E. T. V. & G.... 6:00 a m neighborhood; quarter mile from Kingsley few choice residence lots given to parties Lake Eustis Railway: at DeLand Landingwith
" Arrive :Macon via E. T. V. & G. R. It. 6:JO a m Cn.ke.l who will build houses. Send stamp tor full i ieUind and St. Johns Railroad; at Enterprise -

Arrive Atlanta via E. T. V. & 11.11.11:15 a in $1 I 000 will buy 100( acres high pine land information. with A. C.-? J. & I. R. Railroad for
Arrive Cincinnati................................. 6-rOa m in Hernando county; place has nov5My C. B. PALMER. Titusville; at Sanford with steamers for In-
Pullman Buffet Cars and Mann Boudoir i several hundred dollars worth of Improvements dian River, and with trains of the South
Tars via Waycross, Albany and Macon; and on it, including house; Railroad survey L. MOKETON MURRAY, I UHARLES MCNAR Florida Railroad for Tampa; at Tampa with
via Waycross, Jesup and Macon ; between runs through place. Notary Public. Justice of the Peac the steamer Margaret of the People Line
Jacksonville and Cincinnati. Also Through will buy 310 acres finely located for points on Tampa Bay and Manatee River;
Passenger Coaches between Jacksonville and $5000 land in Hernando county. Will MURRAY & McNARY. connecting with the steamships Mascotte,
Chattanooga, via Albany; and Jacksonville sell all or part.DOMES. Hntchln!-on and Whitney for Key West and
and Cincinnati, via Jesup.CHARLESTON Havana every londal'hurHday and Saturday -
:: EXPRESS. EAST COAST LANDS arriving at Key"west Tuesday, Fridayand
Sundays, and Havana on Tuesday Friday -
Leave Jacksonville............................. 7:30: a in Halifax River," VolusiaCounty Fla. and Monday.
Arrive Jacksonville. ...... ..................10:30 pill All kinds of Grove Lands, splendid Bull Returning steamships leave II' vana on
Leave Callahan .............................. 8:10am IX FLORI1 ing Lots on and near River. Address, wit Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, Key
Arrive Waycross................ ...........10:00 a in stamp, at Ormond. Volusia Countv. Fla West Wednesday, Friday and Saturday arriving -
Arrive;: Jesup........................................11:29 a in ,1nr *.-' VSOUTH at Tampa Sunday Thursday and Bat-
Arrive Savannah................................. 1:25 pmLr Oriole, IleniuiKlo ()ounty.Send day at New Orleans on 11'onday.
:- Arrive Charleston................................ 6:50 p m ----- ----- ------- A freight"steamer of the People's or De Bary-
-., Arrive Washington...............?............. 3:10pm stamp for colored Map of Oriole and FLORIDA RAILROAD CO. Baya Merchants' Line, leavts Jacksonville
Arrive New York................................10:35 p m close information by Railroad how in to active get a operation.home in Florida Splendid -, daily at 6 p. m. Returning leaves Sanford

Pullman Buffet Bleeping Cars between orange lands. Large number of new SANFORD, FLA., Sept. 11, iss/i./ dally,at 9 a. m.

Jacksonville Washington.. I groves already begun. Purchasers rapidly NOTICE. llafiny by the. Hunt of this Company it

Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail I coming In from all over the Union. Attractive From and after this date no Steau.boats. Strictly IrohlMtfd.
and Steamship connections and baggage plan of purchase; but little cash required. Steam Barges, or vessels of any kind, will be For further particulars inquire ol
checked through. Also, Sleeping Car bertha I Bargains oflered. allowed to take on or put oft Freight or Pa JNO. BRADLEY Uiief Clerk.
and sections secured" at the Company's Office I sengers, or land at the wharf of the South Office, Waycross Steamboat Wharf,
In Astor's Building; 82 Buy Street,and at Depot -: W. B. CLARKSON, Florida Railroad Company, at Sanford, Fla., Jacksonville, Fla.
Ticket Office and on board People's Line except such line or lines of steamers or other W. M. DAVIDSON,

Steamers H. B. Plant and Chattahoochee. I Office : 72i W. Bay St., up !stairs, vessels as are the direct advertised connec- General Traffic Agent, Astor Building.C. .
JAB. L. TAYLOR, tions of the said company; and working under D. OWENS,Traffic Manager,
Genera! Passenger Agent j Jacksonville, Fla. contract with them. Savannah
R. G. FLEMING, Superintendent. t juiyao (:Signed) JAMES E. INGRAHAM, U.S. HAINES, Gen'l Manager,
nep'21-tf President. Sept 17, tf. Savannah,Ga.





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I Fruit Trees, Plants, Vines, Berries, Ornamental Trees, Grasses, etc., etc. : FI.A.

, Together with full descriptions of all the I Please Ponder the Following Facts and Act Accordingly.1st. .

I I They carry the Largest assortment of Fancy..Groceries in the State.
Price ISe for Catalogue to

W. W. :::-VVXJt'fS:: :: & SON, Jrops., 'I! 2nd. They are doing the largest business of any Fancy :Grocery establish-

LAI1E G-EOIiGE, TTLOTtlPA. Jan 1 '85 ment in Florida. ,"

, GEORGETOWN NURSERIES. 3rd. They are selling goods at about New York prices, freight added.

. 0 4th. They WARRANT every aticle sold by them. :J

!5th. They issue regular Monthly Wholesale Price Currents. ,1,

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 pwhpl'f'.

1// Fruit Trees suitable to Florida. Address, ---- ______ __ h__ ____. __ jan 26-tf
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Trees a specialty, including the Honey Peen-To, Albert Sidney,Thurber, and other SALE
varieties of the Chinese Type; also LeConte and Kiefer's Pearson LeConte Hoots,and other B'I:
Pears, both Standard and Dwarf; Japan Persimmons, Japan Medlars, Kelsey's Japan I
Plums Quinces, Grapes, Figs, Almonds Filberts, Walnuts Chestnuts, 50,000() Orange Trees SOUT !
Shade and Ornamental Trees, etc Catalogues free on application. THE FLORIDA ii mm mm!
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: Columbia, Bradford, Clay, Putnam, Alachua, Levy, Marion, Orange
IS CATTLE ; Sumter, Hernando, Hillsborough, Brevard, Baker, Polk & Manatee,

+ Consisting of the tlnest Orange, Farming and Grazing Lands In the State of Florida. Price
51.25 to$5 per acre, according to location.
Cows and lleil'rr' bred to best Netherland ,
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/ ,, .<' The Average Kerordu of n Herd are the For further information, apply to Office Florida Southern Railway Co., Palatka Fla.
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Ten Cows have :4n.'rai.l'.j 'J ,\WdJ jh' ill a>'<' r "
-- '- ::!L.I. eaa}-runamg, a mutaGle Farming.Gardening,or Tracking,
We know ftO thntlmve made earls i'r.c if;..CS.Ibs. ra I
of about COWN f"'Uc''f' : inde.lRnandSnr.h. for our 1880 Catalogue, which
., and 14 of them are now in our herd ImrenveraTi' I 'wr ./..')tlO !b... -"I 1.';" .. "'" ,,'- Pruual ally, fully dcecribea our 8e 8d'Drilli, s
erafred over 15000lbs. ina year. KJ: thet'ntirt-numbE'rmtbpH..r.t'II I '.! '." :.- yt--rly recoru.', Tout.
3 year old and twenty-one 2 year old*, have uv.-rat: .- .uisin: nyt-ur
BITTER Fives -Oo\vs Max* averaged 20 U.- : n -. \\t-<' Nine 'o'\ '
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I erased 19 Ibs. ', oz in wet-k.. 1.'lItl'1: \\\:; have averaged 1": > ". 1Pbeel IIoe.,
in week. Six 3 year olds have averaged 14lhs.3oz.in a week. Eleven: :3 year oMs" ,the entire IMS.! S. L. ALLEN co I
tested have averaged IS IDH. ": oz.in n week. Six i : year olds hav !averaged 12 1 Ihs.!! IS' oz. in r. u- -.. Ii7 and 129Catharba and Hollow Steel
Fifteen 2 year olds, entire number tested have averasre-1 10 11)'(.si-!n oz iu. :c W>*'*. TheenUno.:;> Standard Horse Hoe ,
Sail Imported Netherland Family of six t'ow+. : .\u Ming hut 3 y"ars old have av cared 1. 21: !"*. i > Street, and Coltiraton. Free to all.
week. Thlsls the Herd from which loirpt fonn. Moti stock. Pnoealow: for quality fir $itx\t.\

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SEEDS 8 packets Flower Seed lOc. opack- NURSERVJI'ENOur -- --- ---- ,<'
ets Vegetable Need lOc. Postpaid.
Catalogue free. J.J. BELL, Windsor, N. Y. Block of Fruit Trees is large and fine,
and in good order. New Fruits,among whichare
the White Adriatic Fig, Ran Pedro and
Fruitland Nurseries White Genoa. INDSOR'iI.
Catalogue free. AddressA.

AUGUSTA GA. Rn24-ly PaUtka. Fla.
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P. J. BERCKMANS, Proprietor. Buy the Best. THE EUREK1Awarded WINDSOR -- --two-to--four thousand dollars; two saw and !

FIRST Pre. Is the name of one of the prettiest and health- planing mills running two stores upand one
'mlum and Gol d M d. lest towns In Florida, or any; other State. office, another store building; a Post Office !
s Jalat>Orl anROTerl2 World's Fair.leadlnj-New Situated on the eastern shore of Lake :New- established orange; bakery, livery stable, and several I
Wind Mills. The Eli nan, a beautiful sheet ol water some nine groves set out miles of streets
'ItKKA. after miles in cleared out-in fact the whole face of the
a trial length, abounding in fish. Nine !
new edition of our Spring Catalogue li
ady for mailing. lasting i mos.was pro. miles east of uainesville, two miles from country is rapidly Improving. !
nounced the best overall
and to-day stands on the Florida Southern Kail-
I at the brad of all competitors. Sizes JO road, and four miles west olCampvllle station PROGRESS.During i
to 18 ft. diameter of wheeleither for on the Peninsular Railroad.
The stock of Pumping or Power Mills. Perfect in all the fall and winter two more stores j
parts and warranted. Estimates on aplication. L.AND. are to go up, one church, one academy, and a j
Also Mfrs-of the Adams I)1.reet score or more of dwellings. A steamboat 1.
.Live Draft Agents Barn Wanted.Floor Address horse Power.Mfrs.VO01 ., Windsor embraces a tract of about 4,000) to be put on Lake Newnan to connect with
Greenhouse and Bedding Plants t3iIT .k \ > YA1tD. Kalamazoo, Mich.A. acres, nearly one-half cleared. The soil is the Florida Southern Railroad at Gruelle. :;
neither the white sand of so largea portion of I
Palms Roses etc. Florida, nor the red clay of Georgia, but a
13R.O. dark rich loam, producing excellent crops of ACCESSIBILITY. j

Ay/. all varieties of vegetables or the finest orange Windsor is easy of access. Take the steamer I
trees. The higher land is fifty feet above the to Palatka, whence a ride of two hours on
Suitable for immediate planting is unusually lake, gradually sloping to the water. Lots Florida Southern Railroad takes you to Gru \d I
large and select. varying from four to twenty acres, several elle Station;or Peninsular Railroad to Camp-
The former large area of glass of our Floral fronting on the lake. ville, three and a half hours from Jackson-
department has been largely Increased of ville, and a hack ride of thirty or forty minutes ,
late, thus giving every facility for the production II. ALTJI. will take you there. Hack meets afternoon
of first-class: stock at the lowest train from Palatka.
prices.Catalogues. The wonderful healthfulness of the place
mailed free-address as above. I has been the subject of remark for the past i
i thirty years. There are people now living ONE HOTEL NOW OPEN. 1
there that have been residents for that length
of time, and who We have an excellent site overlooking the I
assure us that for a popula
DEER ISLAND \1L J it W lion of seventy souls there was not a physician lake, of five acres, which we will donate to '
J. F called before the war in! fourteen any party who will build a good hotel to ;,
What other portion of country can J-'ears.1 accommodate fifty guests. No better place !

GARDENS AND NURSERIES Gun Locksmiths and Stencil Cutters good a showing? It is high pine land with I I can be fonnd. .1
excellent water; sore throat and catarrh soon '
disappear here. LANDS FOR SALE. 0

FLA..JACKSONVILLE CLIMATE.Windsor Lands can be purchased at from Fifteen to f
FLORIDA One Hundred Dollars per acre, according t.
Pot Grown Semi-Tropical Fruit is located on the ridge midway location, and whether timbered or cleared.
oetween Ocean and Gulf, giving it a steady Several beautiful lake fronts.
and Ornamental Trees! Gnnsmlthing done in all its branches. even climate. No hot nights here and few 1
Plant and Vines.! I

No Los'i... Transplanting. Special rates on Stencil Cutting, by mail. is young barely 15 months old- If so, we would say-take a good look at

Catalogue and Price List Free, on; application oct 8tfORANGE and there are up and in course construction WINDSOR before you decide where settle.
forty houses, several of them costing from For further particulars,address
to the Manager. AddressA. -- -- ------ :


nov2My Oakland, Orange Co., Fla.
17 West Forsyfch Street, Jacksonville, Fla (

I IO.OOO to select from. Varieties: S\vee april 20-tm(; OK
Seville, Nonpareil\n.ve1t.Indian River, Magnum ___ _ t
Honuni and Hart's Late, budded LS118tf2 ----y
Trees for Sale
100,0000rango Cheap
and 18s3: on sour stocks four years old
Twenty thousand budded from bearing trees Price, from 23c. to $1 each. Jacksonville and Panama Park 1
of the best and choicest varieties on sourstock. ALBERT FRIES,
.three and four years old. Our stock Is 1
on high, dry, light soil is hardy, NovlG It Rt. Nicholas, Fla. : .eaitate; : \
healthy,and free from insects. We aspire to Ex.cb.an.ge.: : :

offer the best trees for the least money. 825: 50 Chromo or 2-5 Hidden Name Cards, name
to $30 per hundred, according to quantity. on, inc. Samples and terms, ic. Crown
J.S.; BROWN & SON. Ptg. Co., Northford, Ct. no\' :$-eowlSt CITY AND SUBURBAN PROPERTY A SPECIALTY.
noTl6-6m Fruitland, Fla... -- --

Queen Bees Untested Italians, March I Bearing Orange Groves,choice'BuIlding Lots and gi KM!Garden land near the city for sale.
$1.9\>t April and May: 81.25; I Houses and Truck Gardens for Rent
and excellent l land in lots of half
an and
Juno and July $1.00.' Also tested Queens and in good location,for sale on acre upwards
monthly payments to parties who will
Nurseries of Lake Woir nuclei. Dozen improve. ,
Go rates
application. Groves
Address plan ted and taken care of,houses built and Improvements made for non-resi

Miss ANNA M. BROOKS, dents.3: Sweet Seedlings and variety of other fruit trees for sale.
100,000 Orange and Lemon Trees. Sorrento, Orange Co., Fla. 4i' Money to loan on Improved property.

Our trees are thrifty, three and fouryear -- -- -- J .T. S. BELL Notary Public.
very oWn Office Hours at No. 1 Reed's Block, Bay street' City, I rom 9 to 11
old stock buts.% to 1/ Inch diameter, with Grind your Bone, At Panama Park from 2 to 6 P. M. A.M.
one: year old Nurseries easily accessible Meal .. ept29-tf
to Florida Southern Railroad. Send for OltATIAM flour and Cora -
Catalogues. AddressE. In the&JOLAJSTD:: :)TVITIiXj -- ---- -- -- ------- ---- I
B. FOSTER, Manager (F. Wilson1 Patent). 100 per Notice
., dec21-ly South Lake Weir, Fla. $"rye :Alto POWER cent more MIL.L.N made In and keeping FARM poul to Shippers of Oranges

JTiSJCD MI LU1. Circulars and Testimonials sent
On application. WILSON HBO, oston,FA.
SAM PLE 81.00t'or13"\Veeka. :)('AST FREIGHT ROUTE.

All finest varieties also Shrubs and flowers }.OI..Il'E GAZETTE
of sorts. Send for descriptive list-sent free be mailed,securely wrapped,to any address In the
United States f** >O B US'C for Throe Months -
Orange or any trees are uninjured by frost.
on of VJ IT I ELO
receipt One
Kalb Gem Watermelon seed. . .. 1.50 lb. discount allowed to Dollar. Liberal
Agents and
Mammoth Iron-clad h. 1.50" Clubs.The POLICE THE special attention of is
GAZETTEle Shippers called to the :fEW SCHEDULE ry
Cuban Queen . 1.00 New York is the MAILED these old established Railroads arrangements of y
ONLY leSensational- through Georgia, In co: nection with the Cincinnati Southern
Scaly Bark 1.25" gitimate Illustrated Sporting and and Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis
Railways t'c Western Points.
. .. 1.50" Inquiry Into the
.JoumalpubUshontheAmcrican merits of the roads that constitute this .
Georgia t line, will sat4' fy Shippers as to their reputation for
Rattlesnake (Georgia grown). 1.2" continent. Apply for terms to FREE I reliable Train movement. These roads are long establ shed and their
i Schedules not
Discount All fresh and true to name from fine melon Richard K. Fox, Franklin Square, New York. ments. Just claims promptly paid. Any information regard to the Line cheerfully experi-given.
on quantities. --- We give below figures that will show the best posslbl TIME> between Jacksonville and Cln
cinnatl,and all points West:

Jacksonville, Fla. YEARS IN THE Shippers desiring to take advantage of these routes rill give explicit directions, and see
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or Railroad Receipts, read n. Savannah and Central Railroad of


Pages explain!
business. Symptoms and remedies
: for all dig a es. Written by VIA SAVANNA
a farmer for farmers. 2 cts. in

experience.etamp, or one A SOpnsre ct.a year 111.Cir.for my Leave Jacksonville....................................(S. F. & W. R? ............... ................................. 8:00 pm
' j free. Leave Gainesville...................................... ..... .. .
OarGre !!8 lft1tybrowing&nd A.J\I.LANG, Cove Dale Ky.CINCINNATI. ( ..... ... ............................. 2:00 pm
/ llO I lure all the latest novelties and flneq Leave Savannah..................................... ...... 3:40 pm
. .-rdvd "'e.in different mea and prices to salt Leave Macon................_.......................... .........................................?........ 2:38 am
; wan. Over 4.\0 t'JU\cut**rietiet to cnooee "We Bend strong Pot ROMB Bafebbrjmall all to libeled all Poet: IRON Leave Boyce .........................................................._..................,... 8:20 am
Offloea. purch&er'a choice Taxfotiea. Arrive Cincinnati.............. *............................................... 5:00 am
3 TO 12 PLANTS $j. 58 to ata T Leave Chattanooga.......................................................... ................................................?.1050pm)
per llendred.seootdint iBJjAQ gUAiNG@! f Leave Nashville................................................................ .................!...._....................... 5:15
New CJnldr to nJue..78 Two e1 rear RoeM tl1illUatr&ted bjexpreem..FT Oo O.: I Arrive Louisville.............................-.......... .................._ fcOOaxn pm
ddrMe THE WMJirfi & CONAttO CO. W. H. LUCAS, Agent, G. A. WHITEHEAD G. F. A.,
Qnmm. \ Vest ( I'GYe.Chsat.r ()o.ftu + OHIO. + Jacksonville, Fla. Savannah, Ga.

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I Augusta, Ga.............".. 00 880 00 (Cedar Rapids ==- == Fort-Scott Kan...... ...... :-00 :-140 001' Logan port. Ind........"..,1-1-...... i.....".. Portsmouth, Ohio.?...... -... -.........

Atlanta, Ga......".......... 35 70 00 ,Champaign, 1a..I- ... ........ Gallion OhioGalllpolis ................. ... ........ Lincoln Neb.. ..............! 9& 1156 40 Peoria 111.._.................. 65 116 00
Atchison Kan..."......... ...... ........ : Dalton Ga"....? 40 j.80 001 OhiO............ ... .........1.:! Iacn, Ga..........". ......'; 25 50 00 Plttsbur Pa.............. 66 12i 00
I Adraln, Mlch............... ...... :........1,.1I !Dayton 0.. ... ............... ... ........j Grand Rapids Mich.... ... .........', 1iobileAla,.................. 40 I 3000, Quincy Ill.................... ...... .........
I Ann Harbor, Mlch,...... ... ......... Delaware, Ohio............. ... ..... .' Henderson Ky............ 55 10000! liontgomery Ala,...... 3.5 70 OU Hornet.ua.J. ....................._ 40 80 00
Alton, Ill...................... ... .....".. Deflance Ohio.............. :: : : HIckman, Ky.............., f 55) 100 OOj 1\lanstJeld. Ohio........... ... :.........) Rock sland III... ......... ...... ....
Anniston, Ala."............ 40 80 00 (1 Detroit Mlch._......_...... 70120'00' Indianapolis Ind........ 60 110 00Jettersonville 1lasslllon Ohio........... ... 1..1 Rochester, N. Y........"" 68X 134 00
Birmingham, Ala._...... 40 80 00 I Dan vUle Ill............. .. .,;:; ......,..1 i.1I ,
I Ind...... 5S 108 00 1\lt. Vernon.. Ohio......... ... ......... Sandacky Ohio......."... d5 116001810ux
Bloomington, Ill ......... ... ....... ;I Davenport, Ia............... ...... .........' J Jacksonville 111.......... ... ........ 1lemphis Tenn......?... 45 00, City, lowa.......... ... ..... ..
Burlin ton Ia............... ...... :.......:! ,:Dubuque, Iowa............ ... ,I........1 I Jollet.II1..i ... ........:.1 L 1liilwaukee 'V I s_.......... 70 /1120 00 Bpringfleld 111......_...... ...... ..."..
Belleville J )111................. ......... ;:Des ?Moines Iowa........ ..... ....... Jefferson City Mo........ ...... +.......,.I I 1\fadlson. Ind................, ... ......... St. Joseph, 1\10.........._... ...... ."...."....
Buffalo, I Y .....".._...... 68 126 00 Denver Col.................. 1 &5 1250 001 Knoxville Tean..1. 45 9000 jl\lInneapoUI'. Dtnn[ _... ...... \ ....... St. Louis 1\(0... ............. 65 116 00
Bay City Ilch..._......... ...... .....".. Dixon, Ill?..................... ... L..I Kenton OhioKalamazoo ...,..........,.I ... I .........1, Madison ..... ,,....... Saginaw l\llch.......... .. __ ...... .
Bristol, .J.enn......_....._ ... ......... Elyrfa Ohio................. '..., ......... Mich........, 70 120 00.: 'liontreal. Canada.'I:: :..... I?....... Bpringfleld. Ohio_......... ... .........
Cleveland 0Cincinnati 70 120 00 Evansville, Ind...?....... 56X 106 00 Kansas City Mo ........ ... ...... ........ NashvilleTenn....."..... 45 90 00I St. Paul llnn...........".. ...... ....._.
f Ahio,...::,., 55 100 00 East Sag-Inaw. Mlch..._ ... ......... Lansing, Mir h............... ...... .........1 I "Sew Orleans_?............ 45 90 00 Toledo 0_... ................. 70 lro 00
Cairo, Ill. ...."............_ 60 110 00 East Ht. Louis. Ill......... 6,1) 116 00 LaCrosse Wls.............. ...... ......... ewark, Ohio.............. ... ......... Terre .t1aute: Ind ......_. 60 110 00
Columbus, Ky.........".. 55 100 00 Emporia Kan_............ I Q5 169 00 Lima, OhioLafayette ........ ...... ?. ......... Omaha Neb................. ...... ......... Toronto, Can....."........ ...... ......
Columbus, Ohio........... ... ......... Erie, Pa...........,............. 6G 126 00 Ind.....,...,... ... ......... Ottawa Can................. ...... Topeka, Kan....._......... 95 148 00
Bi Q's ...." .. 35 70 00 Fort Wayne Ind..........+ ... .........j.jI i Lancaster, OhioLeavenwortn ..........:. ... ......... on City Pa. ................. 66 126'00Pekin Urbana Ohio............... ... ....._.
Council ;la..::::.. ...... ......... I Findlay, Ohio.............. ...... '........ ( Kan ...... ...... ......... ': Ill .................".. ... ......... Wheeling 'V.Va........... 66 126 00
Chicago, 111._......"....... 65 116 00 ,IFremon Ohio.....-......, ...... 1170 I. ....1 Louisville, Ky_............. 55 100 00Little I Pana, IIL....................... ... ......... Winnipeg. bian............ ..".. ......".
: Chattanooga, Tenn_.... 40 80 00 Fort Dodge, Iowa.,....... 1 18 00 I Rock, Ark........... 55 12000 (Piqua. Ohio................... --... ......... _
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Jacksonville Callahan, and Live Oak....................................................."......... ro 40 2i 50 ; 60 I iso!,, 30 61)), zr &5 I : : : : : : : : :
I Gainesville 1ew ranford......_....._.......................................__......_................. 30 ro 35 70 40'' SO 40j SO ; 40 Mir7; 75 I . . .
Landings on St. Johns river................................."................._.............................. :-10 60 35 70 40 80 40 M i i 40 SOr7, 75 I . . . . .
Stations on Fla. 80. Ry north of and Including Ocala ............_....."................_. 8S 70 40 SO 4i 90 4.5 90 4')1: 90, 42 8.1)'' II I . . . . .
Stations on Fla. So Ry south of Ocala ....................................................."........ :r7 7,1 42 8')' 47 1 95 47 95 j S Oi)' 44 . . . . .
Stations on Fla So Ry. St. J. & L. E. Division..................._.................."......".. 37 75 42 85, 47 95 45 fly 47 47 901 . . . . .
lAndings on Lake Banta Fe.............."............................................."................".. ... ... ... .1 I ... ... .9iI I ... . . . . .
Tampa........................................................................................................................ 4.1) 90 50 l'00' I 55 1 10 iii 1 10 5.5 1 !10 5i 1 10 . . .. . .
j Landings on Manatee River.................................................................... .............. ... ...... ... ......1.iI I ... ...... .I, ...... ... .... I ... ."...i iI . . . . .
Stations on J., St A. do H. R. Ry......"......................t................_........................... .1.1I I I. I '' : ''' '' :: . . . . . .
I I Pala.tka."......................................... ......"..........."--............"................_.................. 00 (,0 3i 70lat. I 'O 'S 4 j poi I ao.i 'roi ii7 75 . . . . .
ugusUne.....__..................................................................................................... ... ... ." ...1 i ... ...... \ ...g..I.1'' ... ...... ... ......, I . . . .
Stations on J. T. do K. 'V.Ry ...... .. .......................................................................... ... ... ... : . . . . .
Landings on 1Jakes Eustis and Harris ............................................."................... 42 85 47 ,I 9i 52! i"I 59: 1 2.5! !, 52 1 'ii51 52 'ifjfiO I. . . . . .
Stations on SOuth Florida Railroad I I' I

From Belair to McKinnon, Inclusive .......................... .........".......;.."......... ..... 4Q 45 i I 90 1001 SOl( 1 00' I 50 100 i 47 !g.) I . . . .
From Kissimmee to Acton, inclusive... ... ........................ ....."."...:... ................. 45 SOl, 50 ; 100 5i'', I 10, 5.51 1 :0; 5.5 1 10 52' I DZf.0' j r. .1 . . . .
From Plant City to Orlentainclusive...................."....,....... ............."..".. ..." 50 1001 65 j I I 10 I 20,: : fiOl 1 1 t'tl' : f;O, 120 !, 57 1 15 '
From Winter Haven to Bartow, Inclusive..............................."..........."........... fil} 1 101 60 I 130 1)1)j : +) I 30: fh'5' ; 1301 6'2 125I ') I. : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :
Stations on F. R. & N. Co north of and including Ocala.......".....".,............".. 3i 701 40 I AA -1," 9O!I 6.j/l/ {II)I 4'i>1' 90'1.2 8.5 . .
Stations on F. R. & N. Co. Mouth of Ocala. .............................."............__........, 37 75 42 S5 471 9jt 471 9.5: 47 ; I 00, .i 1 : : : : ': . : :
Stations on Sanford & Indian River R. It. .. ................... ........................."., ". ......, ... I ......,. "" ......I'! I'I I ... .... f ... ......1 . . . .
Stations on Tavares, Orlando & AU8n tic Ii. R::...".............".......".........."......" ... .... ... i J ...... ..1 .. ..... l ..., ...... ... ...... . . . . . .
Gulf points north Tampa_............ .....................................".........._......".........." ... :"..: ." ...... :.. .:.:::.1 ...1...... : -- ...... ... ......: . . . . .
Golf points south Tampa".....".........................................................".."....."....... ......\ ". ...". ... ......i .. ..... -.. ... ......' I . . . . .
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, CONNECTIONS. The capacity of Standard barrel must not exceed that of an ordinary flour barrel.
Excess of capacity over the above will be liable to pro rata excess of charges.
Double dally'last freight service for all points West via Albany Jesup and Savannah. The Dally fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern Interior I a r n'f" h*' "h Uprf 'for pro rata. ( ar-lnad shipments mnntbe to one d. inatlon a"

and Coast points Including New York, Boston Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and to one constglee.I .
Providence. I Prepayment of freight: will not he require but good order and condition of shipmentswill
I Trl-weekly connection for New York via the Ocean Steamship Company, leaving Savannah be an absolute requirement. It Is clearly understood between the shippers and the
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. transportation companies that no responsibility shall attach for loss or damage, however
Twice a week for Baltimore via the Merchants\ and Miner Transportation Co., leaving i occasioned unless it he from negligence, and that such loss must attach solely to the '
Savannah Tuesdays and Fridays. company upon whose line such negligence may be located. ;
Weekly connection for Boston via the Boston and Savannah Steampsblp Co., leaving The charges advanced by this Line In good faith to connections at those point will not
Savannah every Thursday. be subject to correction by this Line.
Weekly connection for Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co., leaving Savannah every In every case the full name and address of the consignee must be given for Insertion InBill
1 Saturday. Lading and on the Way-bill.
Sallingdays Steamships are subject to change without notice. Single shipments Western points will be charged at double rates.
No single shipment taken for less than 51 to Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore.

INFOR1\tATION: r"OI;, S.I-IIPPE.R If shipped beyond they will be charged In addition the single package rates of con-
heeling lines and cost of transfer.
To make through rates from points tributary lo the above add the rate of connecting Stencils, shipping receipts and Information furnished on application to any ot the agents
UnM to above rates For further Information, If needed apply to Agent of the lines, or to
Tne dimensions or the HUndard Box tor V'ejStable are x4x22: lnch., aDd tine weight lasUout C. D. OWENS, JAMEtt L. TAYLOR,
4 ftt M pound. f Truffle aranager, 8ava&oah, Ga. Gen'l Freight. Agent BarannsJh, G*.


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Agent for Sale of Lota in : '
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City, West Kissimmee and 1jEi.;. ff": ;? .
-:-:: The Finest Town between Palatka 'and Sanford.
' Rosalie .
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:' Good Business Point.

Also for Lands owned iji '.. -_
by .t
r-: = Finest Lands. Best Paying Groves.
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.' KISSIMMEE LAND CO., t Least Frost North of Indian River. I
Write for information to
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? A.&O.C.C.&OKEECHOBEE LAND CO. dec4-ly BURTON K. BARRS, Seville, Fla. l

: Correspondence Solicited. It t

Special pains taken to select and suit views of buyers,either for settlement Disinvestment. 1
Town Lots, Orange and Fruit Lands,Cane and Rice Lands,Stock Pasturage Lands. ';A
These Lands Include all varieties of upland and lowland,and are adapted to Oranges, Lem- C='. ..A.. :BC>..A.FI.I)1\a.A.: : : ..A.gent, t
ons,Pineapples, Bananas,Sugar Cane,early vegetables, etc. and are chiefly In the Counties .
- of Monroe.St.Johns, Volusla, Brevard, Orange. Sumter, Levy, Hillsborough\ Polk, Manatee and OFFERS FOR SALE iI I i

Our lands are selling rapidly. Thousands of settlers have located ou them during the-past
six months. Do not delay If you want them at the present low prices. LARGE TRACTS OF LANDS I'
The lands of this Company are specially adapted to the culture of Tropical Fruit, Rice, i
Sugar Cane,etc.,and are generally accessible by steam navigation. i ii' ,
i' Address all correspondence about the above lands to IN EVERY COUNTY IN l l501,1ta

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R. TRAFFORD, General l\Janaer9:

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

Lands specially selected l for Oranges and Lemon.

hundred deep,clear lakes within .radius march 9-ly P. O. Address, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
spring a often miles. Their high banks :_ :
timbered with a luxurious growth of pine and oak, and being on the very summit of the I
dividing ridge ot the peninsula of Florida. Its dry air offers an inducement to the invalid.
Its beautiful and diversified scenery, boating, fishing etc., offers the finest opportunity for British of
people of taste to acquire a lovely wmter home where all the pleasures and comforts of our Colony Roxburgh
balmy climate can be enjoyed. Add to these the eminent sultablllt of the soil for the culture i
of the orange and other semi-tropical fruits, and the fact that both the South Florida
and the Bartow Branch Railroads run several miles through this tract, make this the most NOW FORMING. I
desirable locality In South Florida. These lands are divided into lots of five acres and up-
wards,and will be sold on most favorable terms to Improvers or settlers.
ANCLOTE, HERNANDO COUNTY.At .Special inducements. offered to genuine settlers, not land speculators. The ,

the mouth of the Anclote river, on the Gulf coast; high land in full view of the
ocean; salt air. salt water fish, miles of oyster beds. High land for residences and orange town is only 5 miles from the metropolis of the State, situated on one of the
groves,rich bottom land perfectly drained for vegetable gardens. A sugar plantation of 200 ,
acres now being established by sugar planter from Cuba, who selected this point after
looking over the whole State. Post-office,store, church, school saw-mill and all requisites leading railroads, affording immediate transportation to Jacksonville. l
for settler. Protected from frost by the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico on the North-
; west. \
This Company have also rich and alluvial lands In Sumter,Alachua and OrangeCoun- Address
ties,and first-class sites for building purposes all along the South Florida Railroad. would J. C. ROXBURGH 1
do well for prospective purchasers to look at the lands offered by this Company before purchasing ,
elsewhere. nov2tf 39 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. l


,.' For address, '
G. M. MORRISH, Anclote Hernando County, Florida. : .
J. E. LAMBETH. Gainesville, Alachua County, Florida.
A. C. MARTIN Mackinnon. Orange County, Florida,or to
E. R. TRAFFORD, General Manager,Sanford,Orange County,Florida. I
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Ir. Florida Land and Improvement Co. \.

r.,..P A. & G. C. C. and Okeechobee Land Co. \

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Acres of Choice Lanes This fertlllzerwas; -one'"oCtne first sold.in | a heavy crop of fruit and put on an extraor
2,500,000 Florida for orange groves,and has given gen-' dlnary growth through the whole season;
j(, eral satisfaction it contains a large amount I but the most remarkable result obtained from
., for sale in East and South Florida to the cultivation of which ,principally In the form of sulphate, I the use of this fertilizer Is the fact that the
,: adapted Tropical experience has proved to be better 4,. fruit is fine and bright, and there baa been \
I. Fruits Sugar Cane Rice etc. adapted to the orange. scarcely a fallen orange In the grove,while
I my own prove alongside which was not fertilized ,
W THE DE BARY GROVE. has lost almost the entire crop, the f
PRICE, 01.845 PER ACRE AND UPWARDS. PALLING.earth beneath the trees being covered with
I:'-," ENTERPRISE,FLA. I regard the form of potash used In the t
I I DEAR SIR-I purchased from you last Feb- preparation of this fertilizer to be the great
1 uary ten tons of Bowker's Orange Grower, desideratum of the bearing groves. "
p which I applied to Mr. Frederick DeBary's Respectfully yours, \:
\I,. information and'circulare forwarded on application. Address orange groves of bearing trees. _The trees set (Signed) W.B,Watson,Manager t
For free copy of the most valuable and Interesting circular ever Issued with reference ;
o.this branch of the orange industry,address
, No. 305 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. \
I, JOHN D.WELD, General Agent,

Pine and Forsyth Streets, JacksonvilleJFla.! oc5-tf dec2hSm 78 Bay utreat, Savannah) *. &. (f

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SUNDAY FEBRUARY 7, 1886, 5.50 a. m., [ESTABLISHED 1871.]
220,000 ACRES Trains will leave and arrive as follows:
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STATIONS. I I 0: oZi{ oZ'' w;Z t gzZ COMMISSION MERCHAN-1'S:: :: : : ,
i Situated each side of the u u
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South Florida Railroad and its I -
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Leave- -i A M A II
Bartow Branch R. R. Wharf .. ..I......-I--! .-.1.-I ... I.1.Santord. ..-... 326 and 3SS North Delaware Ave., Philadelphia
....... 0'' 8 40.1,, 4 30,10 00 I 7 50Belair. Ian 22. tf._
r ......... 31, 8 141010 8 05 *
In the Counties of Longwood... 10 9 051., .......1 1 500'102.3'' M 40
Altamonte.. 12 913]......- 5 10,10', S3: 900 Estiibllslied 1871.
Orange, Maitland_... 15 9 20 ......_ 5 2J11O 45 93.5
t Polk Winter Park 18 9 28.......... 528'1055 955 G. W. SHALLCROSS & CO.
f' Orlando....... 22! 9451, A M 555'1115' :1120 ,
l Brevard, Kissimmee..! 40:10,: 301 520, 6451205,; 30

r inter, '' 61'':'11 'Ql I d P.M...... ..;,.P.....MjhatnesCity1 ... I 1IJartow .... :F'IFt.oxr: : .A. :J:) :iFl.C>I>LT :E],

" and Illllrborougli.U J'nc\ 6:1) 11 401, 6 ......-,......- ,3 Sf
83,000 Acres Auburndale,,I 721150: ,I 6 17...... ..._'........ I I 4 15PMI 9-1 PARK PLACE, NEW YORK.

Lakeland..... 8J1122O: 7 50 ....._ _...... i I. 5 40 Consignments of oranges solicited. We have a trade that consumes all our oranges with
of these are NEWLY acquired Lands, which Plant City... ; :: ; 8 201.: .......'..... 6 35Seffner : out having to send to auction. Remittances sent on day of sale. June8-ly
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having been for several years reserved from Ar Tampa... 115 1 401 9 251., ......'..._... 800
Es'rA13L1sr1E1): 1875.Commission .
Hale are now offered. NO11TII BOUND.
These lands comprise all classes and grades kci, .1 f m .q. ..ao
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of South Florida soils. High Pine and Oak STATIONS. ''l _i" ;'"iZ';''' CZ' O u Z.u CcJ Z ,

Lands among the Backbone Hills in the famous I u 0 .::::.rC
I 1 < ,, +a ( w Merchant and Forwarder
1 r Lake and Hill region of the Peninsula. Leave- -:-;;;':-;:-;; -'' -;-; ,

I Tampa.........'' 0 2 UO ........: 5 30 I..._.... (6 j m Wharf
r Lake Views and Lake Fronts; large areas of Seffner_......> 121! 2 :;U''......_; (i 0.51.. ....._ 7 15 Waycross Railroad Jacksonville, Fla.
Plant City... 2>l! 250:........'' 6 401....... I 8 20 Branch Packinglloii&eVuycross!! Railroad Depot, Gainesville, Fla.
table lands well timbered with Pineand Oak Lakeland.. _!;! 321 315{........ 7 ((1/........, 9 50Auburndale
43 3 40.,........ 8 00/..._...: 1035 r L11 g es ::L. erY1 0 n. s.
undergrowth; Low, well-timbered, Pine Bartow J'nc1 47 3 ....... S 18 ....... 1135jllainesCityi .
Lands; Prairie and Marsh Lands set in rich 51' 4 551.......1 83.5 PM I ...-... And other Fruits and Vegetables\ ,
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native for Kissimmee..]i, 75 515! 6 j 05 9 30, 2 1I0! 130 PACKED SHIPPED AND SOLD.
grasses affording good pastures Orlando..._...i 93' 6 OOi 7 00, Pal 1 2 501; I. 3 2.5 ,
cattle. Also, Town Lots are offered in the Winter P'rk.' 97 6 7 15!........II 30'i; 355 Reliable Correspondents in all the principal cities of the United States.
Maitland_...1001, 6 !181, 7':3.! ....._)I 310.i. 415 "
thriving new railroad towns of Kissimmee, Altamonte!;; 1 G 027 ail;; 7 7 .t.\.1 4.J1..1;\ ?335 25: ;'! 515 44Q c;..re en. L.e:01: is

Winter Haven, Bartow, Auburndale, Lake- Longwood.W)1, 650'' 807:......_ 3501, 5 40 RIPENED AND PUT IN GOOD MERCHANTABLE' SHAPE.
Ar. Sanford I 115;: 7 008: 20!.......I J 555
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land, Plant City, Seffner, Mango, Orient and It.-Wharf-' .- -- ----- -- Grower' t3u..pp1ies.Have .
Pembcrtoii Ferry Branch.-S.F. R.II. a full stock Urowers' Supplies-consisting of Cottonwood Thin Wood for Orange
Dade City. -- -- -11<"' Boxes, which makes the Whitest, Lightest, Strongest and Cheapest Box In use. Beach
(K'stf (F'st +F'stlg
8tl (Bangor) Thin Wood, Dressed Pine Manilla etc. etc., all of
Heading, Hoops, Orange Wraps, ,
: M'l.P.M.. Ft. STATIONS. I FUjr
For further information apply to Land Department : I J)..li 1'I
I 21. i i 22. f19. I II g the best quality, and cheaper than the cheapest.

of South Florida Railroad Com- ---I I!., A.MI (1--1-A.M I P.M'1{ Agent for the Sale of the Stevens Sizer and the Dayton Tramway Fruit Car,

,Sanford, Florida.WALTER 5.15 5.IO'Lv Pembert'n Fery Ar 9.3i 7.05175{
pany 111 I. 5.47 6.30 .........Owensboro ........ 8.58 6.20,61, Send for Oirculars and Stencils. sep4tfWholesale
5.58 7.00 ..........Dade Clty..........j. 8.4S 5.5859 -
GWYNN 231; 6.17 7.30',...........Rlchland........... 8.a 5.2),52',
43 7.35: 9.00'..........Lakeland...........17.10: 3.5032:
Janl2-tf General Land Agent.W. 5 8.00 Ar ,..........Plant City......... 6.-:),.......::22 W. N. JUSTICE
63I 8.25 ?...........-effner............. 6.23!.......;i2IIurtov
75! 8.55 'Arrive Tampa,.Leave 6.ClO!....... 0
M. LEDWITII. F. C. SOLLEE. ---------------- --
llranch.-Daily except Sunday Commission Merchant
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LEDWITH & SOLLEE, South Bound. ,
No. ailJ North; Water Street, Philadelphia.

REAL ESTATE 13. 15. 17. 4_. Large shipments remitted on day of sale, small shipments weekly.1) .-*
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Office No. 7 Herkimer Block A.M P.M. P.M.Leave..Bartow --- -- -,- i
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JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Leave.....Winter Haven._..._... 12.05 4.25 8.40
Headquarters for Haines City Property. Arrive_..Bartow .............-......117 12.40 5.00 9.15

I North Bound.
STATIONS.m I I Pas. Pas. Pas. Pas.,
HAINES CITY.SECURE ":-t&frt No. &Ft, No.12.11.1G.18. .
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TOWN LOTH. Leave Bartow.................i i Oi. 5.30 2.501!] 7.00'10.30' :
I.eaveVlnter Haven......|12i: 6.12 3.25, 7.3 11.0.5 .

Arrive__h_ _Bartow_ ___ _Junctlonil______?_' _6.oO: _3.40,7.50,11.20!,
Sanford IndianICivcrllailroatl.

Land with Daily except Sunday. r
Healthy High Rolling -- - -
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Beautiful Lake Fronts. r. _, 23. i. 11. _q

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o i 5.0U'lv..Sanford..........ar 8.0i() 17
3 5.17 ........]Fort Reed......... 7.481 14
Till is a Hare Opportunity to Purchase 5 5.25 ....... ...:Rutledge.......... !. 12 \ rr

Lots on the Highest Tractor 17 __ _I 6.05Ar.Ovideo..lv, __ __ __,_._((1 h,___0

I Flag Statts ns. Trains No. 3. 5, !1) and 7
Land In Tropical Florida. Daily except Sunday. No. 1 and 2 Daily.
Trains No. 4, 6,10 and 8 Dally except Hunt/a/ )'.
Train No.3 stops at Lakeland\ for breakfast.! /'
Train No. 2 stops at Kissimmee for supper. \
Hnines City is situated half way between TnlnRl0.19 and 20 Daily. Tralus No.21 and /
a lInford and Tampa, and right on the South 22 Dally except Sunday. x f
Florida Ilillro! : tl. It is situated on the hlghrst Connects at Sanford with Sanford and Indian 1 1
I laud In South Florida-rich,roiling and River Railroad for Ovldeo and points on b'.C
healthy This excellent country lies to the Lake Je sup; with the People's Line and!
.southward of !large lakes which protect the DeBary-Baya Merchants' Line of Steamersfor .
tropical fruit. There is no frost here. The Jacksonville and all intermediate pointson
fact of the Indians having selected this section St.Johns River,and with Steamers for In- D. ROGERS c. B. Rooai s.
of country as a home demonstrates be- dian River and UpperSU; Johns.

yond a doubt that it is absolutely the richest
Kissimmee with Steamers for Fort Myers I
since it is their aim
; on account of
Kissimmee river. DKALEIW !
and Bassinger,and points on
aversion to to find the most fertile I
tracts very moderate; thus affording expenditure large of returns labor. from a Railway At Pembertou for all points Ferry North with Florida East and Southern West, 1\11: :E; ax.A... I.... FL C> C> :FI c;.. i

Come and see this town before buying and at Bartow with the Florida} Southern Iron Fire Proof Iron I
whors. else- Railway for Fort Meade and points South. Corrugated Shutters,&c., Metalic Building Bupplie
F.J. HINSON Through Tickets sold at all regular stations State Agents for E. Van Noorden & Co'sDIETALIC I
points North, East and West.FREDERIC.
Haines City,Polk County, Fla.. H. RAN I D, SHINGLES. I In
bead for descriptive circular,free. may25-86 Qen'l Ticket Agent West Bay street,JACXSOVILL&.FLA. I
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]Boston and Savannah Steamship Co. Practical Experience 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.FirstClass .
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No TrariHliIpment.C:-. Q r No Extra Handling "it9t

Cabin Passage, $20; Excursion S35.00; Steerage, 812, a "C I
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The superior Iron Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail from o I t

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

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;, GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge..........................?........................Thursday, .January::iS, at'12::)() p. m CJ ;: (J""=:'
CITY OF MACON Capt. Kelley.......................................Thursday; February 4at 0:(,O{ p. m n
; GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge................................_...............Thursday, February 11, at 10:30() a. m Z ; 4 0
. CITY OK. M tC0' Capt. Kelley......................................-Thursday, February 18, at 6:00 p. m <( ::: =' .
GATE CITY. Capt. Hedge... .........................,....................Thursdny, February 2o,at 11UO a. m = r .;
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley..................?........................Thursday, March, at 1>:00 p.m c:
:. GATE CITY Capt. Hedge ....... ..............................................Thursday March 11, at 9:30 s.m m( '
4 CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley; ..............................................Thursday, March 18,at 4:30 p. m O a .i
: GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge.............. .......................................Thursday :March: 2'),at UL-OO a.m ::: .
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley.............................................. Thursday, April 1, at 4:00 p.m .,
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge..............r..........................................Thursday, April 8,at 8:30: p. m AR.lt THE 1.IE T'INIIU T;.
.. In his article Orange culture in the trade edition of the Times.Union .
Through Bills of Lading and Tickets over Central Railroad of Georgia, Savannah, Florida Prof. Isaac Stone, on ,
'> and Western Railway, and connecting with East Florida by the Waycross Short Line. October,188-,,says: "Of all the fertilizers used on some 15,000 trees,the Clark's Cove Orange-
(Florida Dispatch) and the Steamers of the b s Island Route. Tree Food gave better results than any; other used." Send for P8mphlet.and full particulars '

r W. H. RINu Nickerson's Wharf, Boston. tdec7tf WIGHTMA &; CHRIST OPHER,State Agents.
For Freight apply to RICHARDSON & BARNARD, Agents, Savannah Ga. ___ __ ___ ___ ______ __ __ ._ ______ __ ____. ___ ___ h

I V fiepl-85 For Rooms and Tickets apply to HENRY R. CHRISTIAN. G. S. Agent 66 Bay Street. -VVJI.JJ.A..J.\IJ: :: : : : : .A.. :J3-r.JFI..St: ,

,:'. t Successor to J. E. Hart,
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The Oldest Seed House In the city. (Established 1875);).

r. SAVANNAH LINE. 20 West Hay Street., Jacksonville,
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Gr.A.FI.I: : : :>ESf !3EEJS.: :

4 55 to 60 Hours e A I handle none but the Best and most Reliable Seeds. My new Catalogue will be sent free
';' betweenSAVANNAH I 1VE W YORK on application. Also, Wholesale Dealer in

/r' Hay Corn Oats Flour Grits Meal BranWheat
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J. E. Tygert & Co.'s A Star Brand Fertilizers.

,f. Steamship Company.c Guaranteed J\ A.rmlyHlH.Comprising .
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(Central or 90 Meridian Time.)

;:' Passage Rates Between Savannah and New YorK. FERTILIZER, IsfiBr PURE GROUND BONE

To or from New York, Cabin,f2V' ; Steerage, 113; ; Excursion (return trip),$43.50. MURIATE OF POTA8HBWipSkIUIKSULPHATE POTASH,
THE Magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows:
Prices on application. :27 ti
;: CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson.................?......................Monday:: March 1- 3::ro p. m July
;r CITY OF SAVANNAH Capt. H. C. DagJ'ett.\Vednesday' 'arch 3- -tmp.:* m 1: -..".,'.>..:. '' .; "" ""',...JIi..;Mr- : _. :J-i! -'t4 :.. . ._ .. -
I" CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine.............................................Friday; March 6- 5-:>0 p. In : > 'r' : :
f NACOOCHEE, Capt. Kempton......................................................Monday, March 8- 7lO: a. m
I',': TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher...............................................\V'dnesdnIarch 108'JO:; a. m USE H. J. BAKER &
CITY OF AUGUSTA Capt. Nickerson .Friday March 12-10:30 a. m BRO'SEE
.. CITY OF SAVANNAH,Capt. H. C. Daggett.?...................?........Monday, lardll5- p. m
;' CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine.....................................Wednesday, March 17- 4:00( n. in
NACOOCHEE, Capt. Kempton....................................................._Friday, :March 19- 5:30:: p. m CelebratedORANGE
J TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher .............._.....................................Monday, :March 2J- t s:00a. m
CITY OF AUGUSTA Capt. Nickerson....................................Wednesday, :March :Jl- 9:;#1I> p. m
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. H. C. Daggett..................................Friday March 211-11:110) m
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine..................................... ..Monday :MarchMarch: L'9- 2:00 p. m
, NACOOCHEE, Capt. Kempton....?.........?...............................Wednesday, 31- ;3:30:( p. m

[These Steamers FOR PHILADELPHIA.do not carry Passengers.] -.'>'.>tf'i; \..-.... !"Je.MAN! U R E.

k DESSOUG, Capt. ..................................................................Saturday March 0..- ti:30;( a. In
; JUNIATA, Capt. Daggett.................?,..........................................Saturday; March 13:-11:30; )a. m
DESSOUG,Capt. .....................................................................Saturday, March 'JO- 6:30:( a. m IT WILL PAY YOU !
1 t JUNIATA Capt. Daggett........... .......................................... ...Saturda;).. :March: 27-12:00: n'n

, Connecting with the Savannah, Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line) and Ammonia ; 3.50 per cent.
the Sea Island Route. Available Phosphoric AcId. . . .. **
" Offer to the Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line. Potash 4.00
Through Tickets and Bills of Lading issued to principal points North, East and Northwestvia ... .I",
, Savannah. For further particulars apply to Soda.. 2.00 ..
HENRY YONGE Agent, G. M. SORREL Agent, Magnesia. s.oo ..

W. Pier L. JAMES No.35 North Agent River 13 S., Third New York.Street,Philadelphia.City Exchange Building,Savannah, Ga. Lime. . . . . . . . . 5.00This
J. D. HASHAGEN. Eastern Agent, Sav., Florida& Western Ry. Co., 261 Broadway N.Y. justly celebrated i Manure has been thoroujrhly tried i :I'f r.e'a i in Florida, and nltvnvn 1 1itl
For Rooms and Tickets apply to i,- the best' r '", ulh. It is, no thtOJc.ti 'al hcrtiliaerbut: one which has.Mood the
it> aug I,'83-ly H. R. CHRISTIAN. Gen'l Soliciting Agent,W Bay street. teat for scars, and if properly used cannot fail to n'pay: its cost many time Over in the increased -
yii-'ld of Granges, general health ana ralaidrou.th of the tree.
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It is, and always has been the same superior Fertilizer! as when first introduced years .
and we guarantee that its quality will sustained in the future ago
as in the past as we do not
SEA ISLAND COTTON SEED MEAJL. propose to cheapen it by the introduction nf any inferior and lower priced sources of Ammonia
t"" Pho phoTlccul, A.V.: *
Per ton I ANALYSIS: Our ORAIVCiF 'rnl:E :Manure is
securely packed in barrel of .i
I quote at Jacksonville 10 t.oO: tons ..!lSJJO) \ Percent 2.1Olb
.* 5 to 10 tons 19.501 Moisture .......... . .. .. ". 8.00 Send for descnptn pamphlet to
at under:5 tons 20.501 Nitrogen, equal Ammonia. .. ...... .. 7.00
Price Mills, at Madison, Fla.,el.50( per ton I Phosphoric Acid,equal Bone Phosphates 5.11 P. McQUAID, Jacksonville Fla.
1 less than above. I Potash .. ...... . .. .. .1 to 1'% "\\hi-n' a f'lil supply ..1* it i i.. ''If\.tantJy..n hand'or, tn, ,

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J. E. HART JnclcKonvillo, FIn.. X.- : : -: .------ .

, General Agent for Madl Oil Mllla \V.., j. Freeland & o.Tavare8, Fla. Burr* Anderson Mandarin, Jt la."tI" .