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Title: The Florida dispatch
Uniform Title: Florida dispatch (Live Oak, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Florida Dispatch Line
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: March 22, 1886
Publication Date: -1889
Frequency: weekly
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 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1876.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -new ser. v. 9, no. 3 (Jan. 21, 1889).
General Note: D.H. Elliott, editor.
General Note: Published at: Live Oak, Fla., <June 20, 1877>-Feb. 11, 1880; and at: Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 18, 1880-Jan. 21, 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (May 8, 1876).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: Florida farmer & fruit grower (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Florida dispatch and farmer and fruit grower

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ii Series: Vol. 5.--No. 12. Published by CHAS. W. DACOSTA, Jacksonville, Fla. Price 5 cents

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i .'. I hear so much of that for the reason towns. In regard to the price of would not ruin the State?"

3k i jt. that wheat is only one of our varied lands there will necessarily be a reac- "Yes, the orange crop of Florida, as
products, and I find upon examinationthat tion sooner or later, and in my judgment I am surprised to find, comprises onlya
----- your products here in Florida are the sooner this reaction takes small portion of her products. Her
Florida-Present and Prospective. equally as various, and that you do place the better for Florida."I citizens could thrive and grow rich
not have to depend wholly upon or- found the country from Sanfordto even without oranges. There is no'
+ What.phia Colonel Editor McClure, said the Leading Philadel- anges as "generally supposed." : Kissimmee in a very prosperous telling to what proportions this indus-
to his Interviewers: "What effect in your opinion will :I condition, and passing along the rail- try will eventually grow as it is yet i!
the late freeze have upon the State?" road one sees almost a continuous suc- comparatively in its infancy. Besides j!
Colonel A. H. :McClure! the distinguished .. "So far from injuring it, I think cession of farms on both sides of the oranges, sugar-cane will be grown more
journalist, of Philadelphia] that it will prove advantageous. It road in a fine state of cultivation, in- extensively in future. Few people I
passed through this city a few days will lead to a much more general dicating that the inhabitants are in- know that in value there is more corn
I since, after a trip through the State, knowledge of the State, and will result dustrious and thrifty people. There produced in Florida every year than
and in the people of the North comingto doesn't seem to be any doubt about cotton and other staple crops seem to
we give the substance of his
re- understand Florida better. As I the success of the drainage system, and thrive well. There is a great profit in
t marks to a Ti71te8-Union reporter who said, they have no knowledge of the the rich lands thus reclaimed add va- !. the cultivation of strawberries, to say
.' interviewed him at his hotel : varied resources of the State. Thereare riety, and the value of 1,000,000 acres nothing of the early vegetables that
"We went to Sanford, thence over not on this continent any richer of such land to the State cannot be can be produced, and with the present-
tl. the South Florida road as far as Kis- lands than are being reclaimed by the estimated." and rapidly increasing railroad facile:
simmee, stopping on the way down at system of drainage now in progress in "Then you think investments here ties can be placed fresh and crisp in
i.' Winter Park, where we spent the South Florida. These lands are far are safe, do you?" the Northern markets."
a: night. Kissimmee we took the superior to those of Louisiana for "In my opinion there is no place in #
,: boat and went down to the canals of sugar culture, while you have the ad- the South where investments would be "You will return to Florida again,
!; the Drainage Company and saw a vantages of climate. Here you can safer or bring better returns than here will you not?"
,it great deal of the lands that have been grow cane from seven to eight years in Florida." "Yes, sir" was the emphatic reply,
L reclaimed." without replanting, while in Louisianait "Then you think that in a few years "I shall return next winter and remain -
''I think the prospect ahead for the can be grown only two years. I the tide of travel will surge still at least one month. I cannot
State is most promising. The tide of think the sugar industry will soon farther southward?" think of a place in this country whereone
t travel will ultimately push further prove to be very profitable in this "Yes, Jacksonville, to be sure, will could spend a month more pleas-
a South as the railroads are extendedand State, unless it is injured by legisla- always be a great resort, but it seemsto antly and enjoy the beauties of nature
J good accommodations provided tion. These reclaimed lands are immensely me that persons coming here from more fully than here in Florida."
for visitors. I do not think that this valuable, and will result in a the North especially the invalids, "Then you think there is some hope
will injure Jacksonville, but on the new departure in tilling the soil in would seek a quarter where the dangerof for us yet?" asked the reporter, as he
contrary benefit you.." Florida. It is the only soil of the encountering severe weather would rose to leave.
I "Did you find that the damage to kind in this country, is easy to culti- not be so great, especially if the accommodations "There is no question about the
the State by the recent frost was as vate, and will cost but little to keepup were as good. Theyare manifest destiny of your State. In
great as one would suppose, after read- its fertility. It seems to me almost already building fine hotels down my opinion, Florida is destined to be-
s ing the reports published in some of like a romance to see such fertile lands there. Take, for instance, the Semi- come one of the great States of the
the Northern }papers?" reclaimed from the bottom of the nole at Winter Park. There is no finer Union."

"By no means. I found that at lakes,and now producing such immenseand hotel in the South. The land is high, -. -.-- ._-
1 least one-half of the present season's lucrative crops. rolling and fertile, and the scenery is Florida "Paper Towns"BogusLand
crop was destroyed, upon which the "There is one thing," con/inued the simply beautiful. I do not think, how- Agents etc.
loss will amount to $1,000,000 or Colonel, "that I think will rove unprofitable ever, that this will prove detrimentalto ,
more, but the trees, instead of being to the State, and t'lUt is the Jacksonville's 4 interest. On the From W. C. Steele, of Switzerland,
injured, are now budding out nicely in disposition of persons to inv >t moneyin contrary this city is destined to be the Florida, to the Editors of the Weatern
all the groves through which we your lands merely for speculative great commercial ntrepot of the State, Rural:
passed or that we visited. This purposes. One man who is willing to and its growth will be more rapid and I have received quite a number of
excessive cold has to work cultivatingthe solid.I "
come once only : go industriously letters from
in fifty years, while in our State( we soil, is worth one hundred of these "You feel satisfied that Florida is correspondent at the
lose at least one-half of our wheat speculators. The lands are held too not dependent upon her orange crop North inquiring about a certain railroad -
crop} once in five :{ears. You do) not high, both in and surrounding the alone, and an occasional freeze-out and land company. I had never




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heard of the company nor their town ignorant of orange culture to see such' Croakers and LandSharks.The shows that such advice cannot too
and answered to that effect. Since extravagant claims. There are numer- press of Florida has two important often be reiterated.-Prof.: A. H. Our'ti83 -
then I have received a copy of their ous railroads in operation in the State missions to perform; first, to L r, in TimesUnion.
pamphlet from one of the inquirers.I that have land for sale and several reliable disseminate truth; and second, to cor- .
was suspicious of the scheme from land companies that offer excellent rect error. People of jaundiced vision Our Editorial Visitors.
the start, and on looking over the opportunities for investment. pessimists and ne'er-do-wells are The Tallahassee Floridian says :
pamphlet I am convinced that it is the They all try to make out as favorablea continually carrying away evil reports "The editors have come and gone after
safest plan to have nothing to do with showing for their lands as possible.But which need to be counteracted, and no a glimpse of our country. Their
the enterprise. The company may be their strongest terms of praise less dangerous are the unscrupulous visit was necessarily brief, but to men
perfectly reliable and able and willingto compared with this are as common l and-sharks who are continually "seek- of travel and trained observation it
do all that it promises. But 1 history to the Arabian Knights or ing whom they may devour." Through was long enough to enable accurate
: doubt it and feel that it is my duty to Baron Muuchausen. An orange grove their devices thousands are led to buy ideas, and they unanimously expressedtheir

warn the public against the wiles of carefully set out on good soil and cared property that is nearly or quite worthless appreciation of the pleasing
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all swindling land companies, and this for by the owner until it is six years and such frauds when discovered scenery and the fertility of the soil.
one in particular. The whole thing old would probably be worth from lead to reports prejudicial to the State. They were agreeable gentlemen, andit
bears the ear marks of fraud from firstto $600 to $1,000 per acre and will increase Land-sharks are to be found in was pleasant to entertain them, as it
last. In the first place no names of in value every year if properly would have been even had there beenno
every State. I knew one in Boston
officers, directors, or any responsible cultivated and fertilized, but not at who operated in Massachusetts gold quid pro quo in sight in the way of
parties are given. A company doinga the rate of $1,000 per acre per year mines. Their presumption is bounded having the excellence of our country
legitimate business usually gives the nor one-half of that most likely, not only by the limits of human credulity.Had spread abroad in the land. It will be
names of its officers.In over $100 per acre per year under the the perpetrators of the "moonhoax" remembered that the editors who visited -
the next place, I doubt if the most favorable circumstances, while a i us were but a committee selected
been shrewd
as as some they ,
land and climate suited by an association of hundreds of other
are to grow grove planted out and |ared for by would have mapped fair Luna's sur-
oranges profitably. In a few specially any company on such a contract face into sheep ranges and offered editors to visit and report on Florida,
favored localities they may do well, would be dear at $300 per acre them "at prices within the reach of the and it may be expected that their observations -
where they have the benefit of water and probably at $100. poorest," with balloon transportation"free will be printed, not only in
protection on the north and west, but The feature which shows the char- to actual settlers." Thus they their own papers but in the papers
to advertise that a large tract of land acter of the scheme most plainly is might have enriched themselves at the generally of the editors who delegatedthem.
in that part of the State is all suitedto the offer worded as follows : "To any In this view, which is, doubt-
expense of the credulous, and the lat-
orange culture is claiming too purchaser of lots or lands from this less, correct, Florida will be more
after
ter, modern fashion, would have
much. They say that "the waters of company there will be loaned from fallen to decrying the moon and widely advertised than even before by
proclaiming
Bay and the Gulf are an $200 to $2,500 on ten years' time i if that it was through and any or many plans. ..
insuperable barrier to the efforts of desired at the interest rate of four percent through nothing but "green cheese." "It is fortunate that so large a pro
Jack Frost to play havoc with the per annum." They say that they Some sixteen or eighteen years ago a portion of the visiting editors were
orchards, vines and plants surround desire that the money shall be used in from the West, for from that sectionwe
worthless
nearly tract of land in East-
ing *." improving the property but do not ern Florida was made to yield a net are more likely to get the needed
Water protection is a great thing make it a condition of the loan. How income of one hundred thousand dollars agricultural class of immigrants than
and is in many cases equal to 100 to very generous, when money is in demand simply by skillful and unscrupu- from any other; and in that new country -
200 miles difference in latitude, but; all over the State at from ten to lous advertising. It was counted intoa the pioneer spirit is alive which
the above claim is not well founded. fifteen per cent. per annum. They go "paper city," its lots were planted induces men to seek out homes in
Here are often frosts heavy enough to on to say that these loans are made with paper orange groves and a paper other lands. To men who have faced
do great injury to tropical fruits and from the proceeds of their sales. But railroad was made to connect it with a the blizzards of the Northwest, and
plants at Tampa, which is also on the they have said that any purchaser can base of supplies. The success which fought for life against the rugged obstacles -
Gulf'and over 100 miles farther have a loan if desired, and as the loans sometimes attend such operations is of nature, the reports of climate

South. they offer range from ten to eighty astonishing but not too strange to be productions, and charming nat-
They offer to sell five acres of land times the amount of the purchasemoney true. ural aspects, must prove most alluring,
suited for an orange grove for $90, to it is evident that some must be The recent development of Northwestern and they will realize that if they come
clear it for $15 per acre, set it out to disappointed. Florida has led to some trans- here and practice far less industry and
budded for They also offer free self.denial than they have been accustomed
orange trees $50 per acre, transportationto actions in real estate not pleasant for
to fence, cultivate aud care for the their town to any purchaser of five Floridians to contemplate. I refer to to, they will build up pleasantand
grove and pay the taxes for four acres of land, who wishes to settleupon a certain "paper city," located on St. valuable homes, and enjoy life
for $80 acre. Thus five it.You while doing it.
years per a Andrew's Bay, which was connected
acre grove will cost, all told up to the cannot get something for noth with civilization by a paper railroad, "It is just to say a word in recognition -
end of four years, only $815. They ing in Florida any more than else and extensively advertised by citizens t tt of the excellent public service of
then "such an where. If they fare tJ t the Florida delegation in the National t
say orange grove as can I pay your you maybe of Cincinnati. After careful inquiryI
be secured in four years on five acres very sure that the laud they sell am convinced that no citizen of J Editorial Association. They deserve
will be well worth $1,000 per acre or you is not worth any more than the Florida i is implicated in this swindle. the thanks of the people for the
$5,000, and will increase in value each difference between the cost of your St. Andrew's Bay is unquestionably a thoughtfulness and enterprise which
year for the next ten years at the rate ticket and the price paid for the land delightful place for summer residence. brought about the visit of the commit-
of $1,000 per acre per year." This i ia is I hope the above will be enough to I expressed that opinion in a letter tee-the most notable excursion in the ;
most preposterous claim. If true a warn all readers of The {Western Rue published last winter, also stating that history of excursions,feted and. feasted }j
ten acre grove ten years old would b ral to beware of this scheme. Be cautious certain plans were projected for connecting at every stopping place in near a thousand -
worth 70000. I do not believe that in dealing with any land company ; the Bay with the Pensacolaand I miles of travel through the wide
there is a ten year oh| ten acre grovein or land agent. Do not buy any Atlantic Railroad with the Apa- limits of the State. Florida was ably
the State, unless 1 happens to be land without a thorough personal examination lachicola river. My statements seem represented at Cincinnati, and carried
within the limits of ft large town or of the tract you wish to pur to have been misconstrued by some, off the honor of supplying a Presidentto
city, that cannot be i >ought for less chase. No village lots advertised at but I can see no cause for it nor any the National Association.. "

than one-half of the oove estimate $4.00 to $10.00 each are worth morethan reason for modifying what I said. It When our pride, 4 our avarice, our
It is ridiculous for :-.ny one to pub $1.25 per acre, and usually dear would seem that no one should need to interests, our desire to domineer, are
lish such a statemfcM seriously, i it at that price. \V. C. STEELE. be advised not to buy land he has worked upon, are we not forever pes-
ought to open the eyes of those most St. Johns county, Florida. never seen, yet frequent experience tering heaven to decide in their. favor?

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Florida Travel. was anticipated by some.-Clearwater At a meeting of the Board of Tradeof sia citriodora), will impart a most q

By the list of recent hotel arri- Times. Fernandina, held on Monday of last pleasant fragrance to the clothes.

vals it would that all An in the of small week, the following officers were elected -
appear the Northwas enemy, shape a Camphor is not a pleasant odor by itself l
that the terminal buds has : President, W. B. C. Duryee ;
coming down here to see what it been spider discovered eats the LeConte Vice-President, J. H. Prescott ; Gov- to most people, but it is a neces- i

was the migratory liar had been lying trees at MacClenny.on pear ernors, Samuel A. Swann, FrederickW. sity in a clothes drawer, and in con- t i

about The travel is the heaviest ever Hoyt, H. J. Baker, Charles W. junction with either of the above its
known.A The Florida Midland Railroad, Lewis.A l is made
perfume agreeable.
which is to run from Apopka to Winter -
board of trade organized at
was
correspondent of the Atlanta Park, is promised to be ready for Gainesville last Thursdaytemporarily. RAISED DOUGHNUTS.-Scald two ,
Constitution quote! a "well-known travel 15th.
by April Organization was to be perfected by cups of milk and when lukewarm add

Floridian, who said : The work of preparing the marshland I Monday, and constitution and by-laws ; one cup of yeast, one cup of sugar and I
"You may look for the largest win- between the two Tohopekaliga adopted. A committee on railway I flour to make a stiff batter. Let it

ter travel to Florida next season ever lakes at Kissimmee for planting canes affairs was appointed, consisting of S. rise over night. In the morning add J

known." Continuing, he said : "The progressing steadily.The Y. Finley, Esq., General John Var- third of dissolve
one cup shortening,
and Colonel J. G. Nichols.
travel this season has exceeded that cold, rainy weather is causing num one-half teaspoonful of soda in a little
for and has not reachedits farmers in Levy county much trouble There are now nearly 2,000 tons of
many years, yet milk add
and then
and delay. The truck business is Buffering steel rails in Fernandina for the ; nutmeg mix as
height. The Floridians are count- considerable from it. Florida Railway and Navigation Com- stiff as for bread ; knead thoroughly ;jlet

ing on an unusually heavy season next A large force is at work cutting out pany. The schooner R. S. Mulford is rise very light. Roll out (knead-
year for two reasons; first, because unloading 807 tons, and the schoonerW. little and three-
the; line and grading on the new Mil- ing as as possible) cut
the State has been better advertisedthis Jacksonville few miles H. Kenny 500 tons, both at the
len road to a quarters of an inch thick. Let them

year than ever before, and, second Beyond the Satilla river in Georgia.It Beach Palatka street commenced docks. discharging The schooner 571 rise on the board in a warm place,

because better and more ample is that the tobacco them after
thought crop tons; a few days ago. turning over carefully
accommodations have been made of this year will bring more money : awhile so that both sides may be light
throughout the State for the enter- into Gadsden county than has been Many of the orange groves at and not crusted over.
Island[ Lake Sanford said to have
near ,
tainment of tourists. The State is now drawn there by any other crop planted.The been badly damaged, now show littleor FIRE-PROOF PAINT.-Take six

filled with visitors and the season is grading of the Florida Southern no signs of frost, only young buds quarts of finely-sifted slacked lime, one
in its The of is completed as far south as Punta being injured. Bearing trees are
now splendor. city quart rock salt and one gallon of water.
Gordo and is tied and ironed a dis-
and growth of leavesare
Jacksonville is overrun with guests, and blooming, a new Boil all together and stir well when
tance of forty-five miles south of Bar- coming in place of the fallen ones. ;
every one of its magnificent winter Trees that looked yellow have now boiled, take off the scum and dirt that

hotels is crowded with people who tow.The matter of constructing a rail- resumed their dark rich color. rises, add one pound alum and eight

come South to exchange the rigor of road between Tallahassee and Thomas- The steamer Cam Marth cleared ounces copperas finely pulverised, and

the Northern winter for the balmy ville is being steadily pushed. It is Thursday from Fernandina for Lon- mix in slowly whilst stirring, twelve

climate of the tropics. one of the enterprises that oughtto don or Bristol for orders, with the fol- ounces powdered potash, and finally,

--+.- be put through.The lowing cargo : 990 tons of Sea Island add four pounds of mallee or other

State News. steamers touching at Havana cotton seed, eighty-six tons of upland wood ashes well sifted. This becomes
The White Railroad is to cotta} seed, 450 sticks cedar, twentysix -
graded bring to Key West now large quantities quite hard after it has been applied
the Tomoka. of tobacco for use in the factories bales of cotton and four thousand
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with brush and will do for wood
a or
barrels of rosin. The value of the
there one steamer bringing 390 balesat
The railroad from Gainesville to iron.
Lake has been one trip last week. cargo is nearly twenty-five thousand
City completed.The dollars. The Cam Marth will returnto GINGER SNAPS.-Boil two cups of

first train has passed over theS. The F. R. & N. Co., will extend this port in May. molasses ; when cool), add one cup of
their road at Fernandina to the point
F. & W's. branch from Branford to
The following from the Ocala Item
either butter
or lard or both mixed
Lake known as Old Town, build a steamshipdock ,
City. shows the boom which Marion
35x600 feet, and erect storage countyis one tablespoonful of ginger, two tea-
The custom-house at Key West deposited enjoying: Mr. E. W. Agnew,
buildings and sheds in Fernandina. spoonfuls of soda and a little salt. Add
$50,000 last month on account through Mr. C. M. Brown, sold his
of duties.A Over one thousand men are engagedin sixteen acre grove, two miles from flour to make a stiff dough and roll

is he the construction of the new hotel at town on Lemon avenue, to Mr. J. out one-fourth of an inch thick. These
steam cotton gin to
erected new at Granger's Landing,in Jack- St. Augustine. It is estimated that at Hockley, of Philadelphia, for $19,000 ginger cookies may be kept crisp and
least $50,000 have been expended on The grove is just beginning to bear, brittle if tied up in paper bags and
son county. the building, and only the foundationsare and is a valuable piece of property. hung in a warm, dry place. They
The South Florida Railroad Com laid. Little over two years ago Mr. Agnew gather moisture if kept in ajar or pail.

pany has added two more locomotivesto The planting of cotton and corn is purchased the game piece of propertyfor COCOANUT CAKE.-One butter
its rolling stock.A keeping the farmers about Newnans- $3,000. cup ,
is -----. two of sugar, three of flour, one of milk,
railroad is to be built from Blue ville quite j busy. More acreage COCOANUTS. Mr. John Rus-
Par- being planted than ever before. All Henry one teaspoon soda, two of cream tar-
Springs, Marion county, through sell, of Matacombe, sold the other dayto
kersburg, to Bronson.At are looking forward to a very prosperone Mr. Pierce, 1,400 cocoanuts three tar,whites of eight eggs,essence lemon ;

Eustis recently a lettuce .head year. cents a piece. He gathered at the bake in jelly cake tins and pile up,

grew to the size of a dinner plate in Strong bids from Leesburg, Brooks- same time 1,500 nuts from seventeen spreading frosting very thinly over .
Tille and Lake Wier will be made for
two weeks from setting out. trees. Mr. Ruesell last year gatheredfrom each sheet, and sprinkling over it
the location of the Methodist\ Collegeat
i The Volusia county editors will those points. Orlando has already one tree six bunches containing grated cocoanut. After all are on,
make an effort to form a County Press $1,500 to be applied for the locationof 120 nuts each, besides many other cover the sides and top with icing, and
bunches One of these
Association on Monday, April 1st. the college here in the Wesleyan bunches not he brought so large.down to Key over nice and that delicate.grated cocoanut. It is very

The orange trees south of Orlando Institute building. West as a present to LieutenantGovernor -
are blooming profusely, and a large Parkersburg, Marion county, is im- Bethel.Key West Democrat. AMMONIA.-Ammonia is one of the

I crop is predicted the coming season. proving. A saw mill is now in run- best cleansing agents. Put a few drops

t There will he more vegetables raised ning order, a hotel, church and school Recipes.PERFUMERY.No into greasy saucepan and it will clean

,- in Hernando county this spring than house will soon be erected. The coun- other perfumeryis quite easily ; it can be used for taking

r in any year in her previous history. try rolling around, besides Parkersburg being one of is the high health-and less offensive to the bulk of the hu- grease off clothes, etc. It is a great

: Track layers began last week to put iest spots in t the State. man family than that of the rose, the invigorator in the bath water. Halfa
down new sixty pound steel rails between dozen drops in a glass of cater for a
: Tallahassee and River Junction. Mr.\ C. V. S. Wilson editor of the verbena and lavender. Most other drink will stimulate the spirits.

Longwood News, has moved the press "scents" are vulgar and offensive. +H.
Groves about Orange City are put- and material of the News from Long- Even rose is disagreeable if too strong.A To DESTROY THE CAB .AGE,'VOR I.
;, ting on a fine spring growth and will wood to Braidentown, where he will l few full-blown roses gathered and -Take finely-ground black pepper
[ be in full bloom within a week or publish the Manatee River Advocate and salt, mixed with a little plaster to
thrown into the bottom of chest of
two. devoted to the interests of the towns of f a increase the bulk. This is dusted on

r Oranges are real sweet, but we do, Palma Sola, Fogartyville, Ellenton,t i r drawers ; or some sprigs of lavender, with a finetwire'sifter while the dew is

) not-find Jtha.t .the juice is returning, as, Palmetto, and the county of Manatee\ or sprays of the lemon verbena (Aloy- on. It will kill the worms at once.

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! Public. Education. white children of a school age, and the things we hear or read about. The 'trasts and contradictions that present

'I'. In the last report of the United 9,546,548 enrolled ; 2,032,926 colored best of all places at which to learn the themselves at every turn, will make a

States Commissioner of Education,just children, of whom 1,002,213 are en- practice of farming is a good farm. good talker when full maturity is

f, issued, is interesting to study in connection rolled. The amount expended for reached. But it is the boys and girls
I with the Blair Educational( school purposes is $17,053,467. To The scientific world wants to discover to whom it is now the fashion to spreadthe

Bill, now before the Senate. It shows overcome the difficulty encountered in the cause of electricity in cer- festive board-and who figure at

what almost superhuman efforts the securing teachers two hundred and tain plants and certain animals, but it rosebud and cotillion dincers-who are

people of this country are making to sixty-seven normal school, with three can't. As an instance of such elec- hopelessly at fault when seated arounda

educate their children, what wonders hundred and sixty-six instructors, tric plants the Phycolacco electrica table, which nature and art have
they have already accomplished, but have been established.The may be quoted. If a stem of it be combined to make beautiful and at-
broken the hand receives shock like
Commissioner calls attention to a
how well nigh impossible it is for the tractive.
the large increase of school funds in that given by an induction, coil. The ,
Southern States to make any educa- "There is sweet music here that softer falls
tional headway against illiteracy with- the South, but, notwithstanding this magnetic needle is affected at the distance Than petals from blown roses on the grass,
Or night dews on still waters between walls
and! other evidences of of six metres. The energy of
out some assistance from the Federal prosperity, Of shadowy granite In a gleaming pass;
Government to help it in the first there is need, in his judgment, of larger the action has its maximum about twop. Music that gentler on the spirit lies
and declines the Than tired eyelids upon tired eyes-
for the instruction of the m., during night.It
stages of its war against ignorance.The provision Music that brings sweet sleep down from the
report proves that public edu- illiterate of the South than the Statesare is especially increased during storms. blissful skies.
Neither birds insects settle Here are cool mosses deep,
by themselves able to make. In nor upon
cation has made extraordinary strides
And thro' the moss the Ivies creep-
in the South during the past few years ; this connection he says : the plant. And In the stream the loner leaved flowers'

that the public school systems of the "Almost without exception the State weep,
And from the ledge the POIPhangl!
and school officers of the Southern In 1867 the world consumed 4,408- craggy
Southern States, most of them created In sleep."
States are agreed that their States can 000 bales of cotton of which 2,230,000,
since the war have passed the experi-
do no more at present. They admit or a little more than one-half, were
mental stage and are now firmly fixedin their increasing prosperity ; they point, American. In 1885 the consumptionwas I I The land area of the globe is four-
public confidence. The progress as they may well do, to the rapid in- fifteenths ; the water area eleven-fif--
bales of which
made has been phenomenal, and is a crease in their school funds, amounting 8,427,000 6,420-I teenths. The average depth of the
000 bales were American, or stated in
to something over $2,000,000 since
fit answer to such sneers as Senator ocean is 13,000 feet. The average
1882 ; but over against these facts the formula below it will be seen that
Ingalls lately indulged in against this height of the land 1,000 feet. The
they call to mind the continued depression while the American supply has increased -
section as being unfriendly to educa- of all valuations in their midst, temperature of the water at the bottomof
two hundred cent. in
the long prostration of business, their per the ocean-whether at the poles or
tion.The United States has the most thor- want of school accommodations and twenty years, that from other sources under the equator-is about 32. An
of trained teachers, and, above all, the has actually decreased, although a lit.
ough, expensive and effective systemof I exception is a pool in the North At-
burden of illiteracy which rests upon tie more important now than five
public education of any country in them, and they declare that this illiteracy -. : lantic, which is protected from any
the world. Its public schools include cannot be overcome by means years ago World's From From oth'r arctic glacial underflow by a "bar"
10,738,192 youth, and its private of the State and local funds as rapidlyas Consumption.Bales. Bales.U.I S.: Countries.Bales. stretching from Greenland to Iceland
schools 606,517 out of a total school the interests of the particular States 1816-7..4,408,000; 2,230,000 2,178,000 across the mouth of the Artic Ocean.It .
involved and of the entire Nation de 1872-3..6,366,000 4,283,000: 2,083,000
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of that 1878-9 .7,035,000 5,637,000 1,398,000
population 16,510,463,showing
mand. We have even more impartial 1883-5.,8,427,000 6,425,000 3,007,000
sixty-seven per cent. of the school pop- testimony upon this point. is often a matter of surprise that

ulation of this country is receiving ed "Hon. J. L. M. Curay says, in his A fossil oak has been discovered in drunken men sustain little or no injury
ucation. To instruct these boys 307- latest report to the Trustees of the Pea- I the bed of the Rhone-dark as ebony, from falls which might have been expected -
fund
804 teachers three-fifths of them female body : to result fatally. The reason
'The States which comprise the I hard as iron; supposed to have been 3-,
,are required. The income of the field of the operations of the fund grad- r 000 years in the bed of the river. This of this immunity is that the nerve

schools in 1884 was $110,567,567, the ually increase in their material re- !f tree is 150 feet high, 58 feet cube, and centres are so paralized in the drunkenman

expenditure $103,949,528, and the sources. With advancing prosperitycome considerably over 120,000 pounds in as not to be affected by the shockof

value of the school property $240,635416. ,- corresponding ability and incli- weight. This reminds one of other the fall, which, in a sober man would
nation to foster education.
general
For public educational purposesthe With increased taxable property school phenomenal trees. As, for example, have acted upon them so violently as
States expend one-third as muchas revenues increase.' "-Neiv Orleans the oak of Allouville, bearing a chapelin to stop the heart, arrest the circula-

the cost of the entire General Gov- TittLes-Democrat. its branches ; the chestnut of Etna, tion, and cauie instant death.A .

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covering 30 horsemen ; the tree of Au-

One of the most interesting portionsof -GATHERINGS. gustus, in the hollow of which Cali- man on his own farm, well culti-

the report is that dealing with the The hay crop of 1885 in the United gula gave a dinner to 40 guests ; the vated and kept,well stocked, with good

South. The Commissioner speaks in States amounted to 38,000,000 tons. plaintain of Xerxes, which sheltered modern dwellings and barns and out-

most favorable terms of the interest The largest crop ever grown in this himself and 100 guardsmen ; the plain- building, master of both time and

taken in educational matters by the country was that of 1883, which tain of Cos, whose trunk measures 30 acres, tied to no hours by the calls of

Southern States. He finds a large in- amounted to 46,864,000. The total feet in circumference, and whose bells or whistles, free to come and go

crease in the number of schools in the value of the crop of 1885 was $361- branches are proped up by marble col- according to the necessities of none but

South, in the attendance, in the num- 000,000. The exports covered 11,142 umns. In the churchyard of LaHayede himself, mostly in his own fields, per-

ber of teachers, in their pay, and in tons, valued at $204,705. The cost of Rontot, in Normandy, there is an forming his healthful labors within

their general standing and ability. It transportation, commission and insur- immense yew that once covered the sight of the smoke of his own chim-

is somewhat unpleasant to read his remarks ance for the exported product was $10 whole cemetery. It is 1,800 years old neys, is surely as rich in the genuinesense

in reference to Louisiana, that per ton. and grows every day.A of that word as any man can be.

"its public school statistics are incom- He has nothing to fear, and nobodyto

plete, and those given are not at all Farms are schools. They are the writer says that "it is the individual envy. Of one thing he is sure all

encouraging." Still he finds "encour- best of all schools in which to learn not the topic, that makes conver his days, and that is a sufficient living ; .

agement for the future, from the fact much that concerns farming. Theyare sation. If a man can talk well, graveyards and that is what other men are never

that the Legislature of 1884 increasedthe the only schools worth naming, so are as good a topic as the last sure of without a single pang of doubtor

State appropriation for public far as acquiring knowledge of some novel, and he will make tombstonesmore apprehension. There is his land ;

schools." things connected with farming is con- attractive than scandal." Which there is his home ; there is all the an-

Taking the South as a section, he cerned. Teaching by object lessonsis is true enough, and, given any sharpness imal and inanimate machinery of his

gives a number of interesting facts and effective. The things we see, espe- or cleverness at all, experience of establishment ; and for the rest he

comparative statistics. There are in cially the things we do, are better re- the world, friction with other minds looks in profound trust to the bountyof )

the sixteen Southern States 4,216,976 membered and better understood than and observation::; of the sharp con- Heaven. ?


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,'x New Publications. of the best and cheapest magazines in A Wonderful "Library." BROWN'S;

: The Farmer's Book of Grasses and 1 the country. Monthly. Only $1.25 In the agricultural department of a ,>-:

..- Other Forage Plants, for the Southern per year-single copies twelve cents. ibrary at Warsenstein, near Cassel, IRON' :" :

United States. By D. L. PHARES, A. Address : "Ladies' Floral Cabinet I jermauy, may be seen a most novel

M., M. D. Professor of Biology, Agricultural I Company," Publishers, 22 Vesey I;ollection of books. At first glance BITTERS

and Mechanical College of street, New York.A ;hey appear like rough blocks of
WILL CURE :
Mississippi, etc., etc., Starkville, Mis Plea for Scientific Agriculture; wood, ; but on closer examination it is 1 I

sissippi. J. C. Hill, printer. A most and A Word in Behalf of Experiment ound: that each is a complete historyf HEADACHE 'l J

I excellent, comprehensive and practical Stations at our Agricultural Colleges. the particular tree which it repre- BILIOUSNESS INDIGESTION l

treatise, which should be found upon Two addresses by Charles Kendall ents.; At the back of the book DYSPEPSIA IJ

the book-shelf of every farmer and Adams, LL.D., President of Cornell the bark has been removed from NERVOUS PROSTRATION :\

stock-raiser in the Southern States.It University ; full of practical sense and a.! space large enough to admit the scientific MALARIA ..'

contains nearly 150 printed pages, wise suggestion. We return the author name of the tree as a title. One CHILLS. AND FEVERS

with names, scientific and common, of thanks for kindly remembrance, and side is formed from the split wood of TIRED FEELING

all grasses, wild or cultivated, ef any hope to reproduce some .portions of the tree, showing its grain and GENERAL DEBILITY

economical value; and can be obtained, these addresses in our journal here natural fracture; the other shows the PAIN IN THE BACK & SIDES
IMPURE BLOOD
per mail, for the small sum of fifty wood when worked smooth and var-
after.The CONSTIPATIONFEMALE
cents. Address Dr. D. L. Phares, Agricultural South Publishing Co., has established nished. One end shows the grain as INFIRMITIES

I College, Mississippi.The a Bureau of Information at left by the saw, and the other the RHEUMATISM .

Correspondent. By JAS. WOOD the Everett House, in this city, under finely polished work. On opening the NEURALGIA

DAVIDSON, A. M., of Lake City, Flor- the able management of Prof. 0. M.\ book one finds the fruit, seeds, leaves KIDNEY AND LIVER

ida. New York: D. Appleton & Co. Crosby and competent assistants ; to and other products of the tree, the TROUBLESFOR

1886. It is the aim of this little volume whom we are indebted for the following moss which usually grows upon its SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTSThe
Genuine has Trade Mark and crossed Red
to give, in convenient and imme- valuable publications : Florida trunk, and the insects which feed upon Lines on wrapper. .

diately accessible form, the main Portrayed;" "Sunny Florida ;" "Flor- the various parts of the tree. To all TAKE NO OTHER.

points needed by the American corre- ida-its Advantages and Drawbacks;" this is added a well-printed description -

spondent or writer of letters. It is ar- and Granville's Railroad and Town- of the habits; usual location, and

ranged for ready reference, under the ship Map of Florida-1886-one of] manner of growth of the tree-all t1a1I !

leading words, and the information is I the most perfect and comprehensivemaps forming a complete history of each -

given as briefly and clearly as possi of the State that we have yet kind of timber represented, and in a

ble. It should form a text-book for seen. Address : 0. M. Crosby, Everett form readily understood. Fruit and Vegetable Market.
.
all writers of both and --- FLORIDA DISPATCH LINK ;
sexes,
young House Jacksonville Florida.
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The Mullein Plant.A 261 BROADWAY NEW YORK, March 19, 1886.i
will be found very useful even by --.--- QUOTATIONS.
"children of larger growth" and more Pensacola Farmer's Club. good deal has been written lately Florida Strawberries, per quart .. 1 500
about the mullein plant and its efficiency J. D. HASHAGEN,
advanced years. Mr. Davidson has We are glad to learn, from the Eastern Agent.
as a cure for consumption. Ex-
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performed a much-needed work in the Advance-Gazette that a Farmers' Club
tracts and decoctions of this plant
best and most thorough manner, and was organized in Pensacola, on the
(Verbascum ) ware recently
thapstis exhibited -
The Correspondent should have a wide 6th instant. Among the gentlemen
at the Cork Exhibition, but
and extensive sale. present, we notice the names of Dansby
the would not verdict I
Treatise on Florida Orange Food, Petterson, Duncan, McMillan\ Clubbs judges pass any .
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the chemical and
etc. From E. T. Paine, 44 East Bay and others, who are distinguished for as physiological -- ----
properties have not been investi- -;
street Jacksonville, Florida. enterprise and practical ability, and yet CO :a'I ..JaqluUggg'gg'g; I ..:
gated. It is under the ofcow's 00 C
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synonym jo 000000UUUUUw
The Michigan Horticulturist is well whose connection with any new move- .. "paJU'Js, a elaay raV
lung wort popularly looked .
sustained, and we always read it with ment is in itself a guarantee of success. m y a --- -- :J.
as of value in diseases of the 5 3CJ .
upon respiratory -
interest and In his of the meeting, Secre- .r) rRs.
profit. $1 per year- : report .. Hp di1uP ------1- ww'w; a fo:
monthly-address "AV. H. Burr Pub- : tary McMillan remarks : "The next organs. 4 p
In reference to the use of the above >CD --- --- 61
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lishing Company," Mechanics' Block, m.f ting will be on Saturday, March I oo.o)eo eo io; N1-) '" -
C) ltaOIA(
Dr. Quinlan, of Dublin, writes to the C n d __ ___ !)f
13th when members will be initiated -
:Detroit, Michigan. .:: ;
British Medical Journal that three
Orchard and Garden.-A neat enrolled and placed in the service of 3C fo,< : 'uonaJJu; ? KIO W i
very ounces of the green leaves should be U4 0 I ZZZZZZrn'i12
and instructive monthly magazine, raising something to give us a recordat I
boiled for ten minutes in a pint of new ; 2.: i' --------- ..
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from the press of J. T. Lovett, the DeFuniak, when the West Florida CJO; I!, 'sqjpaupanq <.J:

well-known Nurseryman, of Little Fair comes off in July." milk. The liquid is then strained, ;3;. 0 I I PUB nUJulw saqoaj iigaa uf o I. q o3 (f.. 'a: .
sweetened and drunk
to taste while
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Silver, New Jersey. Fifty cents per a -- '
VINE GROWER'S BILL.-The bill warm. This dose can be repeated
year-single copies, five cents. :: trea hrt 1>CO--hS !Joo"!
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prepared by the State Viticultural twice or three times a day. This high usa1 !:sH-o O CX;>iOOOOQOOCCOOOC9 2ssa
Th Southern Cultivator for March, __ .i
Commission of California and the National authority has no doubt of its efficacyas 0 ; wnwlun .,:
1886 is full of valuable matter. I : ,
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Vine-Growers' Association of a curative in the earlier, and a pal- --- ----- -- c!i
Monthly, $1.50 year-single OJC >"":;mcv-as,
per ,
fifteen cents.Horticultural. copy New York, relating to spurious and liative in the later stages of pulmonary ... W"WIX"BJ' I ooot-0(00"1'-00. """ ; .
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adulterated wines, together with the consumption. Care should be takento I
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Art Journal. Monthly. the .J of
leaves the mullein
use
amendments proposed by the Commissioner great :: !iggggg
tI'8a U'8al'i i ,fio
Volume one-Part three. S3 per known by its thick mucilaginous and I
of Internal Revenue j jI jJ sin
year-single copies, thirty cents. Pub- was wholly leaves.-Scottish AgriculturalGazette. ( --- --.. -.. -..--;.- ;:-:.--;... o
to day presented to RepresentativeGreen -OJ'-- :.. :.. :.. :..t.-:. :. -:"..,LO ...
lished by Mensing & Stecher, Rochester I ; : :. :- .a..J.as
New York. who is a vine-grower in North 4 -o .. .CIj.......,.i...:.=- ...... ,
Beautifully printed, s.. II: > IIIo
and embellished with colored fruit and Carolina, with a requst that he intro- Before the war, little attention was ..., >as.>d. 't-2 ...
duce at the earliest the paid, in the South, to the productionof .:: Q s. "tS"tS:::i:. 0
opportunity :::
flower illustrations in the Q IB::: ie\....=Z
highest :: ::: \
breadstuffs; but, of late, the Southern :: fo4 Eo-
style of the art. The most attractive bill.I ----... States are largely increasing their i\ ::

and valuable work of the kind yet would rather have a good word food products. Recently compiled If he have no comfortal peeta-

issued in this country. Address, as than a bad one from any person; but statistics show in corn, between 1875 tion of another life to susA"1 &im un-
and 1884 and increased
above. if a critic abuses me from a high place, an production all
109,124,000 bushels. The gain in der the evils in this worlijube 9 of
Ladies Floral Cabinet. Devoted to and it worth while I will
my appeaL oats during the same period was 29-, creatures the most miseableTillot-
Floriculture and Domestic Arte. One 399,500 bushels. son.

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stantial, while their "Delaware" is gradually, and without apparent effort o beginning with the calculus instead of
l ) wine is equal to the beat produced inissouri. extending its productiveness i L starting with the definitions and san -

M\ This firm give precedenceto this direction. In their address the ioms. I read an account, a few days .

Grapes-Native and Foreign. "Delaware" for their best product: committee< say: ago of a man who was working in a
and to the Concord for a cheap red I "The acreage in vines in the United I rolling mill, when his tongs became .
Note from Mr. P.J. Berckman, of Georgia, on wine. Mr. W. W. Woodruff, Jr., of States has more than doubled within fastened in the molten metal so that
article on page 189 Dispatch of March 8.
Vineyard, Spaulding county, is a large the past five years, and covers at present they were drawn through the rollers.
FRIEND RED10ND.Your remarksare producer of Concord wine. Several time not less than 300,000 acres. An examination of what was left of 1

correct ; but you speak of the growers in the vicinity of Griffin produce Farmers who talked of planting five his tongs revealed to the man a fact I
more or less wine. In upper and ten then take unknown him before and !
"Peter Wylie" Hybrid; no doubt refer- acres now fifty and I to this gave
ing to the seedlings obtained by Dr. Georgia, especially near and upon one hundred with the ease and confidence him an idea which resulted in the discovery I
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, A. P. Wylie. One of these was named Mission Ridge, extensive yineyardsare that a thoroughbred would takea of a new process which not only i.
Peter Wylie, but the series should be in full bearing. Mr. E. R. hurdle. The increase in quantityhas brought the man wealth, but was use

called, The Dr. Wylie's Hybridt. Anthony, of Macon, is beyond a rivalin been outstripped in quality of varieties ful to the world. It is possible that

The fault of Foreign grapes not suc- the excellence of his grapes as produced selected, so that it would not bean the uprooting of a shrub may disclose
I under his careful cultivation. : exaggeration to that ) a mine but it amounts to
ceeding North, is not because of the say practicallyour gold nothing j
shortness of the season, but of-other He makes considerable wine, using whole system has been revolutionized unless there are keen eyes as well to i
climatic influences which have usually principally Concord and Norton's. within the period named. The discover the shining metal when it is j;

entailed failure. Here these influences The Scuppernong is largely grown capital invested in vineyards and vine laid bare.

are>likewise: a drawback totheir near Savannah, where Mr. Henry yard properties in the whole countryat There is no reason why the discoveries -
: seldom Taylor produces the best and largest the present time is not less than of science in other departments -
permanent success ; as we can
'get'rnore.than .one good crop of fruit quantity of wine. 100000000. The present ratio of should not be applied to agriculture
2d. So far as I know,no sugar is used increase of and investment where such is
planting
from a,vine, after which its 'product i is application prac-
gradually lessens t and fails, althoughthe by any of these persons in the produc- one hundred per cent. in three ticable. But the practical farmer is

vines often continue in vigorous :I tion of wine, with the exception of years. This ratio, kept up until 1895, the one who is brought face to face

growth. Few Hybrid varieties having : the Scuppernong, the most of which will give us,as the result of nine years, with the facts and phenomena in con-
needs a small addition of sugar to $800,000,000 invested and nection with his and his
any of the blood of the Vitis Viniferain 2,400,000acres ) calling, upon
their organism continue fruitful bring it up to the required standard planted; and estimating the pro intelligence the -real advancement of

more than a few years ; the fruit be- for successful fermentation..... duct at four hundred gallons of wineto agriculture must Jltimately depend. It
gins to decay after the third year of the acre (supposing all were made is always safe to make use of well ascertained

bearing, unless in some localities pecu- Grapes in South Carolina.A into wine), would yield the roundnumber facts, from whatever source j

liarly favorable. I have grown convention of grape and wine- of 960,000,000 gallons,a quan they may come, but the practical far- i
bunches of the "Triumph" "Black growers will be held in Washington in tity equal to the present wine production mer who attempts it will soon find 1

Eagle" and"Lady Washington which May next to organize a National asso- of France Yet, startling as this that it is unsafe to stake one's money 1

were certainly magnificent. Yet ciation of those engaged in these in- may seem, it is entirely within the upon the correctness of theories which ,

after three crops the fruit never comes dustries. It is intended to hold an ex- realm of possibilities, and depends for are never broader than the facts upon !

up to the standard of the first and sec- position of American wines and other its accomplishment upon the questionof which they are based. Darwin, for I

ond yield, and finally is almost worthless products of the grape at the same time whether or not there is a paying instance, whatever else may be thought j

l so far as a perfect bunch is con- and place. An address to the grape- market." of him, was a careful investigator and J
cerned. The necessity of replanting growers of the United States has been Wine making is an industry which I, observer of facts, and the stock (

continually is discouraging and is the issued, in which the objects of the approaching if properly conducted, would contribute breeder may safely rely upon those I
convention largely to the material facts and draw conclusions from I
main cause of the Foreign grapes not are fully set prosperityof may
o paying here. Yours truly, forth. Viticulture has become so im this State. It is an industry which them which are safe and useful within

J. P. BERKMANS. portant an industry industry in South should be fostered and encouraged I, the scope of his business, without re-

"Fruitland," Augusta, Ga., March Carolina that arrangements should be and we shall be glad if the conventionat gard to the correctness of the theories
13, 1886. made by the grape- rowers. of this I Washington is attended by a full]1 which Darwin sought to establish.
State to organize a local society and delegation of the grape-growers of thisState. The trouble with what is called scientific

Grape-Growing in Georgia.We select proper representatives to attend The grape can be grown hereto farming is that the theories are
recently addressed the following convention in Washington. advantage. There is not a countyin made too broad for the facts which
Uestions to Mr.\ P. J. BEROKMANS, of Marshall Brothers, of Iessrs.1 the State where the vine cannot be support them. Conclusions are reached

Fruitland Nursery," Augusta, Ga., to Major J. J. Lucas,of Darlington, have cultivated with profit. The few vine from premises which are not properly
:ich he kindly and promptly sent the been appointed from South Carolina3as I| already established have paid interpreted. No matter how simple

vended replies: members of the general committee I i I handsomely,and there is no better and the reasoning may be or how logicalin

\\ QUESTIONS. of organization, and are prepared to. more profitable enterprise in which t in form, if any uncertainty lurks in
"fIs the Grape now cultivated to furnish information upon the subject. farmers can embark. Just as everyfarmer one of the premises the same uncertainty
a reat extent for wine-making i in In the address, to which reference in the State has a little orchardin must taint the conclusion. We

Gpa; and, if so, what varieties do has been made, the committee showi1, which to grow his own fruit, everyfarmer are accustomed to laugh at the man
,
.yo ant? that the grape can be successfully) should have his little vineyardin who fed his hogs every other day, in
.,ODo any of your vintners make grown on lands that have been condemned I' which to cultivate his own grapes order to get a streak of fat and a
Wlnf pure grape juice, without the for general agricultural pur- for domestic consumption, or for shipment streak of lean ; but I am sometimes
adds Of sugar? If so, what grape poses, that, owing to favorable climatic to the markets of the North and tempted to think that that man i is a
do th true type of the so-called!scientific far-
use for the purpose? conditions, soil ingredients and geological J:P West.-Charleston News and Courier.Work The
mer. remedy, however, is not in
REPLIES. formation, certain belts and[ discarding science, but in cultivating
Ifit/he/"* I most extensive vineyardsin areas of country are exceptionally) j: of The Progressive Formef r. it. If we cannot begin at the top andbuild
vrema' are those of Messrs.\ Schnei well adapted to the production o f In a recent essay by Hon. JamesD. down, we may nevertheless, begin -
der <$ Sirowski. at the bottom and build
Hawkinsville.
This upwards.
and that such lands
grapes; appreciate Walters, we find the following :
firm day\ perhaps the best This is the work that lies before the
arranged rapidly in value under cultivation. No fact in nature can be too insi progressive practical farmer.
building
wine-making that can be The adaptability of the soil and cli nificant for our attention. The fact .4
found in(,the State. Their mate of South Carolina What man's life is not overtaken by
presses to the remunerative -\, i is, we are apt to try to grasp too much,
-vats,cellarsetc., all belonging to their cultivation of the i one or more of those tornadoes that
has
that
grape i so we get nothing. We would
punuit, are lost and sub send us out of the course, and fling us
practical been clearly established and the State
1 become great mathematicians
by> on rocks to shelter as best we may.

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i' was taken off, but this is not best and is tremble. From 1 of an eye of a potato i I I. small sets. He writes me he grew .J

) not recommended, so far as forage is I[ have obtained 16 hills ; this, if carried I eleven bushels from the same and

r.t, concerned. Look out for old or tried through, will make 56 hills from many of them weighed three and one- \

t'':'' Kaffir Corn.-AI[ About It. plants under new names ; look out for one eye. So far, also, from each hill : half pounds each, and many three

" Dr. J. H. Watkins, of Georgia,who uPearl1\Iillets," or you will get "cat I[ have obtained 3 to 5 shoots. Call it pounds each. This eleven bushels \

} introduced the Kaffir Corn, writes thus tails." I have had quite a quantityof 3 shoots ; 3 times 56 makes 168 hills. makes the early Maine yield look

; about it in Southern Oultivator: seed from various parties, asking if From one eye, as soon as the stalksare small, also does not agree with the un-

"So many questions are asked in regard they were not similar to Kaffir, but I 10 to 12 in number and the growth believers in planting small sets, &c.-

to Kaffir, let me say I have triedit have as yet failed to get a single spec- 12 to 15 inches high, I have cut 4 Alfred Rose, in N. Y. World.WeevilsVitriolSmut..

side by side with Egyptian wheat, imen of Kaffir seed. In every in- stalks out of a hill, and there could be .

Millo maize and Dhoura corn, for a stance except one, the seed were thoseof more cut out and then enough left.
An Illinois of the
number of years. These tests have some tried plant-some plant that Cut them up in pieces, each side of the correspondent

been carefully made, and I will only had generally been discarded. I don't joints 11 inches long, leaving them Northwestern Miller, says :
"I know of but that will
one thing
say now, without giving reasons in full, say we may have nothing superior to awhile in the shade to dry the cut partsa
kill weevil, and that is fire. I
that I vastly prefer the Kaffir. It is Kaffir, but the developments of the little. I then planted the same with a good

more dwarf and branches at the future must produce it, if we have. It the bud up in a moist soil on the north am not sure, however, but that soak-
top,
ing the seed in vitriol would be
not at the ground. Branches only is now the "general purpose" plant of side of grape vines. In a short time a good

when given good distance, or plantedon this family, and if I had time I thinkI they began rooting, and tubers set on thing. That appears to be death to
insect life and it be that the
good land. When planted very could make it apparent to every unbiased both ends and sides of the sets planted ; may
I weevil is carried along with the seed
thick, whether on thin land or good : mind. A close study of the tubors were grown to weigh from } tot

land, it has only one stem and one head. habits of growth, etc., will convinceany pounds each.I and developes along with the young

Hence it can at once be seen why it mind that Kaffir is the plant for concluded this would be a doubt- plant. It don't appear to be migra-
tory, like the chinch bug. On the
can more easily adapt itself to thin the country, as to its reliability both ful story to tell if not seen, so I called
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Pacific coast they make business of
4 lands and dry spells. It is a better for forage and grain. If I know myself the attention of our most trustworthymen a
preparing the seed with vitriol. I
\ "general purpose" plant than those I have only been seeking to know and removed the soil from the
have never heard of weevil
a over
which grow more luxuriantly and make truthfully the plant of this family hills down into the roots so they couldsee
there. I have a number of letters from
more show. All this will be estab- which was best suited, everything considered the stalk set planted, and the tubers
Iowa, where I induced the farmers
lished. The most productive and reliable to be grown profitably.P. then growing on both ends and sides,
last spring to try the vitriol, and they
wheats are those which grow S.-The reply has since come to &c., tubers then large as eggs. Nowwe
all tell the
Below is
same story. an
rather low, and have short heads. hand, with a fine head of Dhoura, have 168 hills from one eye. Thereare
extract from letter received this
a
This was seen at the Atlanta Exposition broad and thick and some seven inch- 40 eyes in one pound ; 40 times
week from of
in the different State exhibits. ches long. This shows that I mis- 158 is 6,720 hills from one pound. our shippers : 'Aboutthe
vitriol. Several farmers
in this
Kaffir, however, has by far the longest quoted him as to the length of the Now, 4 stalks taken from each hill
vicinity tried it with success. One
head of any of the sorghum tribe head. and 8 hills to each stalk will give from
) sowed thirty acres of the variety knownas
in proportion to height and size of Kaffir Corn. each hill 32 extra hills. These 32
Sea Island wheat, which he treated
\ stalk. True, some party claimed in All of multiplied by 6,720 gives 215,040 hills
this
packages new grain, with vitriol, and it was entirely free
I the issue of from of seed. Should the
February your journal one pound
ordered
through our Seed Department from smut, and sold at 65 cents. He
that "African" "Rice of the Des hill be 2k$ the
or pounds yield
March average per
to 10th have
previous been sowed ten acres by the side of the

ert" (Dhoura), produced heads longer mailed before this issue of DISPATCHgoes would be 8,960 bushels. This is from other field, and it was full of smut and

than the Kaffir, but supposing he had the Dakota red.
to press, and each package con- sold at 42 cents, everything being
never seen a head of Kaffir, I sent him tains seed All varieties will not produce as
enough to plant more than equal except that he did not use the
one with stamps to return me a head three hundred hills many shoots. I planted three poundsof '"
according to the vitriol. on the ten acres.
of Dhoura Rice of the Desert the Maine I did not
a ( ) longer directions sent out by the grower, Dr. early potato.

than that of the Kaffir ; up to this J. H. Watkins of have as many shoots as from the Dakota -
Georgia, which we The forests of :Mexico are full or
time it has not come, nor has any re and the sets from the vines most
append: wild dahlias, growing about three feet
ply. It was perhaps.found rather difficult "Plant in all rotted on account of rain every day
early April in three foot high and producing only single blos-
For the best specimens, he rows, two or three seed twelve inches and night after planting. My yieldwas of
soms pale yellow. They are
must get one at least twenty-eight to apart, thin to one stalk if on poor land, only about forty bushels from peren-
nial in Mexico\ and from this
thirty inches. That would be rather cultivate as corn. When the grain three pounds they are also small countrywere
turns white the heads and other first carried across the sea. The
clip ,
long for Dhoura-at least I have not yielders. As I notice in Gregory's
heads will come. This ensures largest double flowers, with their 100 tints
seen one over eight inches. of catal.gue his premium yield for early
yield grain.It and varieties, have been produced by
The grain of Kaffir is larger than gives the best results, by cutting Maine is only about four bushels to the cultivation and I
,
a
t Millo, or,Egyptian wheat, but not so the first growth of forage, when in pound. many wealthy

large as Dhoura. It is a better grain early bloom, letting the second gro,vth Many\ potato growers believe, and Mexican, who imports his garden
yield both and in late dahlias from Europe at great
grain forage expense,
and a better yielder of grain. It is say, that if small sets are planted
fall. has not the remotest idea that the plantis
the equal in forage to Millo on good "If forage only is desired, the seed these will produce small tubers and indigenous to his own soil. Dahlia

land, and far superior on thin land. may be drilled lightly in the furrow. small yields. I have not found it so. t
roots are a staple article of food :
j More tender as a fodder plant, early, "Even when crowded in the rows, i it It takes small pieces much longer to among
the Indians, who eat them boiled and
,and being short is more easily handled. will yield grain on good land. start but this can be avoided but cut-

When seed become so plentiful and We hope all who receive this seed ting the seed and putting the seed ina salted. Though somewhat inspid to

I will give it a fair trial both as a forage the taste, they are decidedly preferable -
cheap as to allow planting for forage, box and mixing plaster and loam
and grain plant, and results to the wild potatoes ; and perhapsthe
report
they should be drilled thicker in the through them, and set them in the
next fall, through the DISPATCH. day is coming when these bulbs,
rows, and when the plants have cellar four to five weeks before plant-
made succulent by horticulture, will
bloomed cut off at the ground, cure ing. At this time beds will be started.
Yield from One Pound of Potatoes. furnish our tables with a new deliacy
and take out of the field, and when then plant carefully by hand and cover sabe
Quien ?
they bloom again repeat the operation. AN INTERESTING AN INSTRUCTIVE EXAMPLE lightly. In ten days they will be up -.. .

Of course it could be cut much oftener, OF INTENSIVE FARMING. and soon root and go ahead briskly. You have no doubt, remarked lu

if cut without waiting for it to bloom, Following is a record of what has From small tubers I get potatoes to your experience of life that when mei

'.but it would be at the expense of qual- and can be done in growing potatoesiii weigh one to three pounds each. Last do hate each other, about a woman or

ity. I am now feeding my stock on the open: air. The immense yield spring I sent two small tubers to Mr. some other cause, the real reason

the forage saved after the ripe grain may make the doubting Thomasses Marcy, of Corning, N. Y., grown from i never assigned.







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lIte 410rida lIisatth. The New Fruit, Sparkling Scuppernong Wine.In Fast Railway Time.

Recently described by the Sanford reply to an inquiry from the We learn that the Florida.Railway l
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I: DISPATCH, is this accounted for by from Mr.\ P. J. BERCKMANS, editorial excursion made.the- distance "
D. REDMOND, )
A. H. MANVILLE,}Editors. Ben F. Blount, of Bartow, Fla., President of the Georgia Horticultural between Monticello and Tallahasseein

whose communication appeared in a Society : thirty-two minutes-nearly a mile

FLORIDA MARL.-The Ocala Daily I II I late number of the Times-Union : "I have seen some exceedingly fair a minute. The road-bed, etc., of this

Item tells us that an extensive bed of: "In answer to the article in your samples of sparkling Scuppernong but system of roads has been improved

valuable marl has recently been discovered -: supplement of March 4th, "What is these were the product of accident. wonderfully within the past twelve

on the land of Mr.\ A. E. Waterman : it?" copied from the Sanford Journal, Some four years ago, we had a portionof months. New steels rail have been

near Ocala. in reference to the fruit picked from a our crop to turn into a sprightly laid most of the way, and are fist being
.
ORANGE TREES*AT* BEAUCLERC.- tree in Mr.\ Harrison Jones' orange effervescent wine, but could not arriveat put down all the way. Any part of

Major Sawyer writes, under date of grove in Manatee county, I must say the cause. Since then, wheneverwe the road is as good, and most of it

that the inquirer is surely not very desire to champagne the still wine, better, than that on which almost a
March 10th, that the Beauclerc Groveis
familiar with Florida fruit, as this is a we use a tablespoonful of syrup (made mile a minute was made on Sun-
showing every promise of an abund-
kind well known in part of the State of the best white sugar) to each bottleof day. Travel over the line between
ant crop the coming season ; and adds :
and seems to be a hybrid between the wine, add a dry raisin, cork tight Chattahoochee and Jacksonville is increasing -
"If we could only have. a week or so
shaddock and the and wire and let three months. : day since the
of genuine Florida weather, wouldn'tthe pink sour orange, lay every improved
as partakes of the size of the former Unless the wine has been carefully condition of the road is becoming
trees grow? They would fairly
and the shape and flavor of the latter, clarified, there will be considerable known.
hum.
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I Cassava Wanted. size and thriftiness and being an inces- immediately mix with the wine, so Country Fairs. .

Editors i Florida Dispatch: sant bearer, and in shape and appear- soon as the cork is removed. As to Something like the old English i

I Any one knowing where Cassava: ance more like the sour tree. A fine sparkling Scuppernong, made for com- country fair might be introduced here I

I Seed can be had, will please inform specimen of this. fruit can be seen at mercial purposes, I have no know- with profit. The Madison Recorder
Rev. J. H. MOORE, urges the formation in Madison\ county, 1
Mrs.\ Streety Parker's near Bartow, ledge. P. J. B.
Keuka, Putnam county, Florida.Upland of a farmers' exchange, to meet once a 1
----- and was grown from the seed of the "Fruitland, Augusta, Ga., March
1886. month, and exhibit, sell and exchangetheir i
Rice. pink shaddock, as also one at Judge 10. .

Editors Florida Dispatch: Wilson's at Homeland and one at The Sara Sota Scotch Colony.The products for what they need

Will you! please inform me, where I Andy Moris', near Bartow, all in this. founder of the Scotch colony, at most. By that means the agriculturists -
can obtain Upland Rice for seed and of the county would be broughtinto
county. We have also seen the hybrid Sara Sota Mr. Tait in.this
was city a
the price per bushel ? Yours truly, closer relations, and many bene-
between the fruit and
sour or-
J. H. HARWELL. grape few days since. He came to meet his
ficient results would follow. Such
Ocoee, Orange county, Florida, ange, which partakes of the nature of wife and family, who immediately accompanied an
both and from the seed of the organization could be maintained at
March 16, 1886. grown him to the colony, where

[Any person who can furnish seed, former, and can be found in Rev. J. Mr.\ Tait has established his home. little expense, and would create a
spirit of friendly rivalry that would I
as above, should advertise the same, at M. Hayman's grove near Bartow. He stated while here, that there was
cause greater efforts at excellence in
once.-EDS.] no truth in the report that a large num-
The Spice" Orange-Hardier Than showing good stock and fine produce ,
ber of the colonists were going to, or
Our Swamp Lands. all Others. than almost anything else. The many
had abandoned Sara Sota. A few had I
Within the limits of the United The DeLand Agriculturist says : "In articles which are worthless, compara-
States there is of 100- the late freeze,the Satsuma orange was decided to locate in Middle Florida, their I I
his
an area nearly tively, to owner, owing to
not injured in the least ; the Mandarins \ and that was all there was about it. !
000 square miles of swamps such as having a surplus, could be exchangedat
and Tangierines were only lightly Mr.\ Tait further indignantly denied
have furnished the most fertile landsof touched ; others lost their leaves, but a good price for something of whichhe
the against himself scattered
Northern Europe. While cheap the Spice orange that we introducedhere reports might stand in need, and to get '

and easily improved lands are to be a few years ago withstood the broadcast over the country by inter- which otherwise he would have to pay

had these swamps are neglected. They cold better than any, and we have rea- ested parties. He has collected them out the money.
son to believe that it could be plantedin all, and has replied to them seriatimin .
constitute however valuable e
a reserve -
of Florida and Southern
any part all the Scotch Three
of land which will soon have to Georgia with safety. This orange hasa hundred copies of newspapers.that reply would Cassava Seed-How Kept. \

be brought into use. By a proper small, thick leaf, somewhat larger reach him soon from the Old Country, Editors Florida Dispatch : \

study of these swamp lands, the Gov- than the Tangierine, but not so pointed. and any newspaper editor who is Being convinced of the profit of \

ernment can do a valu- The fruit grows in clusters, and enough interested to republish the same raising Cassava, both by what I have
survey very
able work for the agricultural inter- when ripe is of a rich, red color. It can get a copy by addressing him at seen on Fruitland Peninsula and also I
is of the variety and sweet
kid-glove ;
the
colony. in the rich hammock of Alachua I
of the ,
ests
country. but ripens late. The fruit is small,
-----e- but very pretty, and if cut in bunches Answers to Inquiries. wish to ask your readers the best

Large Strawberry Crop. and shipped to the North about the Night Soil, etc.-J. P.M., Hernando methods of preserving the seed from

Captain G. W. Arnold, one of our middle of December, would commanda County.Your methods are good ; fall to spring. I secured a two-horse

largest strawberry growers, says he trees.good We sale named for decorating it the "Spice"Christmas from though gypsum would, perhaps, be a wagon load, drew it fourteen miles

never has seen such heavy fruiting of I the smell of the leaves, which are better addition than the acid phosphate across the forests and rivers, piled it

plants before as this season. All strongly aromatic." to the ordure and dry earth. on the ground, covered it with pine

plants are about a month behind in [Our nurserymen should look into The composts described can both be straw, and over this threw a coveringof

maturing their fruit, but promise to this matter, and propagate the "Spice" used to advantage either in grove or sand to prevent it from drying and

double the yield of all former seasons. orange largely.] garden."Spice". freezing. Now at planting time I find
the whole soured, mouldy and decayed.
Mr. Arnold has four acres planted in e L.We knowno
THE STATE FAIR OF ALABAMA Orange.-C. Through the columns of your interest-
this delicious fruit and the
says plants more than you will find elsewherein ing paper I hope to hear from the man
will be held at Montgomery on the
show unusual signs of thrift and the present issue-a short extract from who has wintered it successfully in
fruit he thinks will be 18th of October, 1886; and the Advertiser -
larger and bet- the Agriculturist. large quantities. Florida will hardly !
ter than formerly. So, after all, the of that city says: "We are be "the land of promise" to me with-

cold of the past two months may provea glad the farmers of Alabama have Seeds of Tropical Plants.A. M. J. out Cassava. C. M. CHAPMAN. i

blessing in disguise for this plant again waked to the necessity and great Write the postmaster of Key West. Grove Park, March 11, 1886. '
good of a fair. The society under --e. 1.1
The dealers estimate that there will bean KAFFIR CORN. See 223
I page pres- Malice and hatred
, whose auspices it will be held repre- are very fretting,
l immense crop of berries made in sents six thousand organized farmers.Of ent issue, for full account of this, new and apt to make our minds sore and

East Florida. course it will be a great success." grain-how to plant, etc. uneasy.Tillo on.

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8PACE.ll WEEK! 1 :M.O.8 lli0. 6 MO. 11 YEAR >_0H .Sg- TT. G. TOTJSEY, |

t 8 r.._ $ 200j $600 $1200 81600' 22 00 Fertilize with Upland Cotton Seed, g Seffner, Hillsborough Co., Fla.Ea.rly .
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600 18 OO 36 OO 48 OO MOO at $10 per ton. For sale by MAYS &
Golden Sweet Potatoes.
800 2400 4800 MOO 8500
12 1200 36 00 72 00 96 00 128 00 PARTRIDGE, Monticello, Fla. During the two I have Crab Orchard
U 00 42 00 84 00 112 00 150 00 tH past years
I It 18 00 5100 108 00 144 00 192 00 Seldom shall one see in rich families raised over two thousand bushels of WATER. -f
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these and now plant them to
potatoes, aoaTHE
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VubacHptlon. $2.OOper.. annum. vigor the exclusion of every other variety LIVER. acts orld. by
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have arranged with the publishers and where Nature is cook and Necessity North. Fine seed for sale at $3.00 THE BO\VELS. human all The recommended recommendedandendors.

will club THE DISPATCH with any paper caterer.-So-ath. per barrel. Address G. L. TABER, A POSITIVE CURE FOR ;of Renovatorrecommended
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Remittances should be sent by Check, Consumption Cured. jan25 3mo 3 CONSTIPATIONSICKHEADACHkIJ : allover?
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Those who have used the Boss ZINC DosE:-one to two teaspoonfuls. remedythat
C. W. DaCOSTA Publisher practice, having had placed in his Genuine CRAB ORCHARD SALTS in seal greatorgan
and LEATHER COLLAR PADS and ed packages at 10 and 23cts.;) No gen- organ organof the.
.TACKAIT.T 1". T'T.A. hands by an East India missionary the uine Salts sold in bulk.
ANKLE BOOTS say they are the best Crab Orchard Water Co.. Proprs. ?
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also a positive and radicalcure ,
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Scale 18 miles to the inch. wonderful curative powers in thou- write to C. 'V. DaCosta every, Jacksonville,
sands of cases, has felt it his duty to Pin
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See another column for advertise-
Actuated by this motive and a desireto Wanted.

ment and of"new Crop Cow Peas," by relieve human suffering, I will send Extra copies FLORIDA DISPATCHVol.

W. A. Bours. free of charge, to all who desire it, this ( 4. No. 28)) for July 13, ]1885.

Mr.\ Bours has one of the largest and recipe, in German, French or English, Address FLORIDA DISPATCH, Jacksonville I II the best general purpose wire fence in use. It
with full directions for preparing and I Fla. Is net-work
s. ccronff without barbs. Don't
best selected stocks of seeds in the : injure stock. It will turn dogs, pigs, sheep and
using. Sent by mail by addressing 4 poultry, as well as horses and cattle. The best
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physician of the poor man, and the Lands for Sale.
given decidedly better results than able consulting physician to the rich A large amount of land for sale ii will receive particular attention. We prom- '1 j

any other he ever tried. Wightman patient, and praised by all for its quantities to suit purchasers, in the ise best prices and prompt replies to orders. J

& Christopher! of this city, are State magnificent service and efficacy in all vicinity of Crescent City, Huntington, Give us a trial. AddressJ. :

Agents for this fertilizer, and will diseases of a chronic nature, as mala- Lake Como Pomona and Forest A. CONOVEU,

cheerfully furnish pamphlets and all rial poisoning, ailments of the respira- Hills. By Manager Palmetto Pharmacy, 1
J. S. BROWN .
and liver disease f
tory digestive systems, 31 West Bay Street,Jacksonville, Fla
_, ;desired. information. (See advertisement and in all cases where the use of an nov 166m. Fruitland, Fla. --- "j 1

) alterative remedy is indicated.I PLANT SEED coaiPAirr RELIABLE,
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scription to the DISPATCH, at full all the ballads, he need not care who :
rates, $2, we will send the New York should make the laws of a nation.- EXCELSIOR CARPET STRETCHER.Sell. I SEED COMPANY L10esuPLANT a;

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SAVANNAH, FLORIDA AND WEST'N Sale.

"." "SJSS55 l in Roal Estato.I A FRIEND IN NEED.Dr. .

Sweet'sINFALLIBLE
1tKM MiGl19f 385; acres of best hammock lands in Orange
Q LINIMENT.Prepared .
County; 126 old bearing orange trees and 100-
RA.ILWIIY. I $500 will buy a tIne residence lot at from the recipe of Dr. Stephen
Tampa. Easy terms. 000 nursery stock.! Sweet, of Connecticut, the natural Bone Set
WAYCROSS SHORT LINE ter. Has been used for more than 50 years,
will buy 200 acres high rolling Also 10 acres of pine lands in Orange county and Is the best known remedy for Rheuma-
$5000 land adjoining the new town of!. tism,Neuralgia,Sprains,Bruises,Cuts,Burns
All Trains of this Road are Run by Ce.aial ((90th) Pemberton, at Junction of South Florida and and 65 acres in Duval county. wounds and all external Injuries.
Meridian Time,which Is 33 Minutes S'nvn' r :Florida Southern Railroads and the Withla- SOLD BY ALL DKUGG1STS-TRY IT.PIANOS&OBGANS.
than Jacksonville Time. coochee River. This property must be sold, and offers a -- ---
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rtj i rrwill buy a residence anew .
18S6, Passenger Tralntt will leave 1\1111 air'v' \Dl\J\J ,
F. R.R. in
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dally as follows: Hernando county. Easy terms: concession Of all mates direct to customers -
NEW ORLEANS EXl' ES to those who will build. Place rapidly l improving1. from headquarters at
BARBS & HUNTER wholesale prices. All goods
Leave Jacksonville .......... ,:45 a m guaranteed. No money aakM
.., Arrive at Jacksonville daily at........ 7:1 pm 31 West Bay Street. till Instruments are receivedand
Leave Callahan daily at_... ..... ...... &vl a in will buy a handsome lot in Parkers- -- --- -- ------ ------ fully tested. Write tis
'. Arrive at Waycross daily ztL.i ..._ 1115 a JU $1 00 buTg. larloncount.faclng on Coop.er THE MOST UNIQUE THING IN THIS before purchasing. An investment of :3 cents may
Leave Gainesville................................. 0:15: a in Park. Send for colored map. Property of- save you trom 85O.OO to S10O.OO. Addresa
LAND THAT
Arrive Gainesville............................... ,,::n a in ered very cheap. FLOWERS IS JESSE FRENCH, Nashville TenmWtoUtalc
Arrive at Thomasville daily at.......... 1:39; p III JHttribvttng Dcp'l lor tJ*8ovk*4D.
Arrive at Bainbridge dally at............ 3:35; p m will buy a large building lot In REAL ESTATE OFFICE
..... $ 150
Chattahoochee
Arrive at daily at 4:01: p m Windsor, Alachua county, a flourishing -
Arrive at Pensacola via L. & N.R-iinlO p m or
Arrive at Mobile via L.&N.R.R....... 2:25 a m place.
Arrive at New Orleans via L.&N.R.R 7:20: a m AVERY & BROWN,
will buy 400 acres land adjoining S. FAST MAIL STEAMERSFOR
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars to and from $5000 Windsor. Easy terms. Only A.t Mieano.pyv! Florida.. .

Jacksonville, Pensacola, Mobile and New $500 cash required; balance on long time to .nicy nave all Kinds of property; for sale,
Orleans. suit purchaser. Lands unimproved and those in the highest
FAST MAIL. state of cultivation. Orange Groves, Lake

Leave Jacksonville daily at............._. 1.40 p m will buy a well located lot of 10 Fronts, Vegetable Lands, Truck Farms,Town
Arrive at Jacksonville dally at........12:00 in $250 acres at Oriole; land all high and Lots etc. The home of the Orange and the Palatka and All Landings s
Leave Callahan dally at..-.................. 2:25 p m dry; originally selected for orange culture. place where the Vegetables love to grow. ;
. Leave Chattahoochee at....................11:10 a m Long terms of credit. Only$25 cash required, There' is nosuch; country under the sun like I
j, Leave Tbomasville at........................ 1:20 p m and an equal amount per annum talus the'Interest that surrounding M1 anopy. Circulars and ON
t:;" Leave Gainesville at........................... 6:15 a m on deferred payments. The easiest information furnished upon application. j
:> Arrive Gainesville.............................. 8:25 a m terms offered on high dry lands In Florida. AVERY & BROWN, UPPER ST. JOHN'S RIVER
r i Leave Live Oak at............................... 9:30 a m Enquire for particulars. mar 30.ly Micanopy, Fla.ELLSWORTH .
r Arrive at Waycross dally at.......... ... 4:20 p m will buy a fine 10-acre lot close by ----- TAMPA, MANATEE RIVER, 1 1
Arrive Brunswick via B.& .v. R.R... 8:29 a m $450 station Candler Marion
" Arrive at Jesup dally at........ ............. 5:55 p m ,lands. county. 1
Very place good Havana and New Orleans.
. Arrive Brunswick via E. T. V. & G... >:&O<)p m prosperous ; Key West,
Arrive Macon via E. T. V. &. G' R. R..1I:3> p m $225 will buy a choice 5-acre lot at Can-
, Arrive Atlanta via E.T.V.&G.R.R. 2:10: p m dler, close by the station. SUMTER COUNTY,
. Arrive Chattanooga via E.T. V. & G. 8:10: a m will buy a 40-acre tract of high roll-
f Arrive Cincinnati via C. S. R. R....-. 6:30 p m $400 ii.g pine land lying a little) off from well located on the. T. &;O. R. R. and in the DOUBLE DAILY DEPARTURES

! Arrive at Savannah daily at.............. 7:40 p nt+ the s.S.,O. & G.R.It. In Marion county. :Satisfactory ; heart thelLuke.Reglon.
Arrive at Charleston daily at............ 1:10 a nt terms to buyers. '
f'r Arrive at Washington,D.C.,daily at 11:00: p m will' buy a beautifully located PEOPLE'S LINE S STEAMERS.
Arrive at New York daily at.............. 6:50: a w> $2 80 whole block of lots in Parkersburg. $100
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars,Jacksonville Money in it for the right man. Over 300 lots
; to_New York and Jacksonville to Cincinnativia now sold.
will buy a warranted speculation or a Cheap I
Jesup.i $ 150 will buy 10 acres good orange land !
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars, Washingtonto adjoining Parkersburg. Home. Lots 170x210 feet. Steamers H. B. PLANT of the People's j

Jacksonville.EAST. $2500 will buy SO acres high rolling Send for Circulars.E. Line and CITY OF JACKSONVILLE of the
FLORIDA KXFUESH. land adjoining Floral: City In De Bary-Baya Merchants' Line, will run as ;.

Leave Jacksonville daily at............... 5.KW p rn Hernando county. Money in it for subdivision II. BUCKITIAIV: Prop., follows: Leaving the DeBary-Baya Line j
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at........... 7:5'Ja' rn into lots. Terms to suit. Wharf at foot of Laura street: j,
Leave Callahan dally at....................... 5:40: p m will buy 80 acres good high rolling jan l-3m _.. Jacksonville Fla Leave Savannah, Florida and West-
Arrive at Callahan.............................. 6:59 a In $800 pine land north of Couper F. S. -- -- --- -- -- .i ern Railway wharf Fast Jacksonville, I
Leave Waycross................................... 8:00pm( R'y 111 Hernando county. Good-neighbor SIZE 00 FEKT' daily on arrival of Mall train-
Arrive at Waycross dally at............... 5:10: a In hood. .. 'JOTS, 10XI $4. Leave Jacksonville............................. 3:00 p m
Leave Gainesville dally at........... .... 3:50 m Leave Green Cove Spring.................... 5:10 p m
Arrive at Galnesvilledally at .......-..... 9:15 a p m $600 will buy 20 acres land at Oriole Lakeview on Kingsley Lake Leave Tocoi.......................................... 6:15pm !
Leave Live Oak at...................: 7:15 m with Lake Front. 4JJSriO buys a 5-acre F LO R I DA Leave Palatka............................._...... 8:40 p m
Arrive at Live Oak daily dally at.............. 5:53 p a m 000 will 1 buy a handsome 80 acre tract tract forAn Leave Welaka....................................-10:50 p m
i\ Leave Thomasville dally :ai_...... ..... ll:2 m $1 southwest of Oriole, close by improvements ORANGE GUOVE. Leave Astor......-....... ......................._ 2tfO a m
Arrive at Albany daily at.-..... ... >. 1:41 p H in ; commanding building site; fine Send 2 cent stamp for Map l'etc., to Leave DeLand Landing.................._ 4:15am
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Arrl.Montgomery viaCentral R.R. 7:40 a m land. i TROPICAL LAND CO. Leave Blue Springs. . 5:00 a m
Arrive Mobile via L. & N. R. R......... 2:25: m wlM buy 40 acres land, high anddry P. O. Box 158, Jacksonville, Fla. Arrive Sanford, South Florida Rail
Arrive New Orleans via L. &:; N. R.R. 7:30: p p m 1 $12 00 ,adjoining town plat of Oriole.A Ex-Gov. Geo. F. Drew, road wharf...... ........................_......... 7:00 a m
Arrive Louisville via L. & N. R. R.. .... 2:2u.) m fortune for some one by sub-dividing into REFER TO Jacksonvilleand Rev. C. Arrive Sanford, City wharf................. 7:40 a m
Arrive St.Lo Jls.................................... 7:40 a In : building lots. ( McLean, St. Augustine. Arrive Enterprise................................ 8:10 a m
Leave Enterprise................................. 8:30 a m
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between I $600 will buy 40 acres of land adjoining nov9-ly E
Jacksonville and St. Louis, via Thomasville. preceding. RETURNING,

Albany Montgomery and Nashville, andPullman will buy 80 acres land adjoiningthe Leave Sanford,City wharf.................. 6:25 p m
J. E. M'CINNISS
Palace Sleeping Cars to and from $12 50 Company's lands at Pemberton Leave Sanford,South Florida wharf 7:00 p m
Montgomery and Gainesville. which they have laid out in building lots. Leave Blue Springs.............................. 8:50 p m
JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS. River front. A bargain. Room No. 10, Bostwick's Block, Leave DeLand Landing............_...... 9:25 p m
Leave Astor.........................................11:25 p m
Leave Jacksonville.............................. 7:00 pIn $2 500 will buy 120 acres fine land be- Jacksonville, Florida, Leave Welaka...................................... 2:15am
Arrive Jacksonville.......................... 7iWa m tween Dade City and Tucker-
Leave Palatka.................. ..........._...... 4:30 a mLeave
Leave Callahan.................................... 8:00 p m town in Hernando county. Tocoi....................... ................. 6:30am
Arrive Waycross.................................10:15 p m $400 will buy 40 acres splendid high REAL ESTATE Leave Green Cove Spring.....-.....??.. 7:15 a m
Arrive Brunswick via B & W. It.H..- 7OS a m land, two miles from Brooksvllle. Arrive Jacksonville......._.................. 9:45 a m
Arrive Albany via B. & W. R. R........ 4:00 a In I
Arrive Macon via Central R. It.......... 8:10 a m I $800 will buy a young orange grove,26. 12ou lir:: and Hold. Connecting at Tocoi with St.Johns Railroad -
Arrive Atlanta via Central R. R-......12:f 10) n'n trees, some beginning to bear; { at Palatka with Florida Southern
Arrive Jesup.........................................12:05am grove in fine condition; Clay county, flue Railway; at Astor with St. John's and
, Arrive Brunswick via E.T. V. & G.... 6:00 a In neighborhood; quarter mile from Kingsley Houses for Rent in desirable portions of the Lake Eustis Railway: at DeLand Landingwith
1" Arrive Macon via E. T. V. & G. R. R. 6:lo a in Lake. city. City property handled and DeLand and St.Johns Railroad; at Enterprise
I' Arrive Atlanta via E. T. V. A G.R.R.11M5 a In Arrive Cincinnati................................ 6:50 a m t Pullman Buffet Cars and Mann Boudoir several hundred dollars worth of improve- Conveyancing done carefully and at short River, and with trains of the South
Cars Waycross, Albany and Macon; and ments on it, including house; Railroad survey Florida Railroad for Tampa; at Tampa with
notice.
via Waycross,' Jesup and Macon ; between runs through place. the steamer Margaret of the Peoples Line
Jacksonville and Cincinnati. Also Through will buy SIO acres finely located Correspondence solicited. dec21-6m for points on Tampa Bay and Manatee River;
$5000
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I Chattanooga, via Albany; and Jacksonville sell all or part.HOMES. ORANGEHICHTS. Hutchinson and Whitney for Key West and I
t and Cincinnati, via Jesup.CHARLESTON Havana every Monday,Thursday and Saturday -
arriving at Key west Tuesday Friday
EXPRESS. "Healthiest Place in Florida." and Sundays and Havana on Tuesday,Friday .
Leave Jacksonville.............................. 7:30 a m and Monday.eturning I
, Arrive Jacksonville......... ..................10:30 p m IN steamships leave Havana on
Leave Callahan ............................... 8:10am FLORIDA High, rollintr, fertile lands pure water)railroad Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday
. Arrive Waycross............?..... ...........10:00 a m facilities and Northern society. Superior West Wednesday, Friday and Saturday
Arrive Jesup......................................_I H:29u m location for fruit and vegetable culture.A riving at Tampa Sunday Thursday and Ke1'I I
f Arrive avannah.................................. 1:25 p m Oriole, Ilomuiido County.Send few choice residence lots given to parties day,at New Orleans on 1\J I onday.
, Arrive Charleston..............................- 6:53 pIll who will build houses. Send stamp for full freight steamer of the People's or Dc Bary-
for of Oriole and
colored
Arrive Washington.............................. 3:1'pm' stamp: Map information. Baya Merchants' Line, leaves Jacksonville I
j f Arrive New York.................................10:35 pm close information by Railroad how In to active get a operation.home in Florida Splen-, nov9-ly C. B. PALMER.L. daily,at 6 p. m. Returning, leaves Sanford i

Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between did orange lands. Large number of new MORKTON MURRAY, | CHARLES MCNAK daily,at 9a.m.Racing .
Jacksonville and Washington. groves already begun. Purchasers rapidly Notary Public. Justice of the Peao by the Boats of this Company if +I
\ Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail coming in from all over the Union. Attractive Strictly Prohibited
and Steamship connections and baggagechecked plan of purchase;; but little cash required. MURRAY & McNARY. For further particulars Inquire of 11
through. Also Sleeping Car berths Bargains offered. JNO. BRADLEY, Chief Clerk.
. and sections secured at the Company's Office EAST COAST LANDS Office, Waycross Steamboat WharfJacksonville : I
In Aster's Building,82 Bay Street,and at. De- W. B. CLARKSON, ,Fla.. !
Office,!and on board People's Line Halifax River"Volusla County,Fla. W. M. DAVIDSON, i
Steamers H. B. Plant and Cnattahoochee. '\r. St. General Traffic Agent,Astor Building.C. .
Office: 72i! Bay up stairs, All kinds of Grove Lands, splendid Bailing t
D. OWENS Traffic :
JAS. L. TAYLOR, Lots on and near River. Address wit Manager,
General Passenger Agent. Jacksonville, Fla. stamp at Ormond. Volusia County, Fla. Savannah I
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;?;. Fruit Trees, Plants, Vines, Berries, Ornamental Trees, Grasses, etc., etc. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Please Ponder the Facts and Act Accordingly
Together with full descriptions of all the Following:

It! CHOICEST VARIETIES OF ORANGE & LEMON TREES 1st. They carry the Largest assortment of Fancy Groceries in the State.

f I'. Also Price List. Send for Catalogue to 2nd. They are doing the largest business of any Fancy Grocery establish-

rI I;:; W- W. HAWKINS &; SON, IFropS., ment in Florida.

'ri LAKE GEORGE FLORIDA. Jan 1 '85 3rd. .they are selling goods at about New York prices, freight added.

'" GEORGETOWN NURSERIES. 4th. They WARRANT every aticle sold by them.

,/\ 5th. They issue regular Monthly Wholesale Price Currents.

, 0 6th. They employ a larger force than any Grocery House in Florida.

!:, ORANGE AND LEMON TREES 7th. It will be to your interest to send for their prices before purchasing

elsewhere. jan 26-tf
/ Budded from tried and approved varieties, and on good healthy stocks.

) Also, JAPAN PERSIMMONS, LECONTE PEARS, GRAPES, and a general line D P !u:
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t. AARON WARR, Georgetown,
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Keiffer Pears, Japan Plums, Japan Persimmons, Figs, Guavas, Grapes, etc. 6 =5 Q

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G. :L. T-AJBER, Proprietor, e
BRED AND IMPORTED.
Cows and Heifer bred to best Netherland
GLEN ST. MARY, BAKER COUNTY FLORIDA. and Aaegie liulla.
++, The Ayeraffc Records of a Herd are the
f* Peach Trees a specialty.Including the Honey Peen-To,Albert Sidney,Thurber,and other True Teat of its 3Jerlt.
I varieties of the Chinese Type: also LeConte and( Kiefer's Pears on LeConte Roots, and The following Milk and Butter Record
Pears, both Standard and Dwarf; Japan Persimmons, Japan Medlars, Kelsey's Japan V hare all been made by animal. now in
Plums, Quinces,Grapes, Figs,Almonds, Filberts,Walnuts Chestnuts, 50,000 Orange Trees, our Herds
Shade and Ornamental Trees, etc. Catalogues on application.
BJC"JCBENCES-Flrst National Bank, Jacksonville; Messrs. George F. Drew&: Co.,Jack 1l2IIS.: E.EOOB.DEJ:
.on VUle. --=-:. Three Cows have averaged over 20,000 Ibs.In a year.
Five Cows have averaged over t9,0001bs( .In a year.
Ten Cows have averaged ov 1,000 Ibs.In a year.
OB.C>SEI GC>'VVE:: 16,000
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Ibe.. and 14 of them are now in our Herd and hare averaged ovr .1,5(101bs.have: ( av-
SAN MATEO FLORIDA eragedover 16,(XX)Ibs.In .year, 63,tbe entire number in the Herd that ha" .arte year y records,Includ
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c ''nJt fourteen 3 year olds and twenty-one 2 year olds,have averaged 12,7)1.s year.
weefe. Nine Cows have av-
Five Cows have averaged 20 Ibs. O.e'a
STATE AGENTSFOR BUTTER RECORDS. eraged 19 Ibs. H oz. in week.. Fitter Cows have averaged 171bs.6 oz.
Ina week. Six 3 year aIds have averaged 141M.3 OZ.In aweek. Eleven: year olds the entire number
aIds have 12 lbs. 1! oz. In B wee!:.
tested have averaged 13 Ibs.:: oz.ln a wpek. Six: year averaged
Bangor Box Shooks and Fifteen 2 year aIds, entire number tested, have averaged 10 lbs.83-10oz.in a week. Thn entire origInal -
Orange Hoops old, have averaged 11 2-3 lbs.In a
imported Netherland Family of 811.CQw8 fvn,two,l'tIon being"tork.! hilt yel\n Prt1n,., -0,. rsiItr. 1tnrlr'. .
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SHINGLES ASHLEY PHOSPHATE COMPANY,

ORANGE WRAPS ? 480 sheets to the ream,best quality. CHARLESTON, S. C.
10x10, lie.; 11x11, 13c.; 12x12, 15c.
Asliely Soluble Guano, a complete high grade Fertilizer.
The Bangor Box nas been before the orange-growers of Florida for the past ten years; is
used exclusively by the larges.. packers and shippers of the State,and is recommended by Ashley Cotton and Corn Compound, a complete fertilizer for these two crops,
all Commission Merchants as being the NEATEST,LIGHTEST and STRONGEST Orange Box in and also used by the truckers near Charleston for vegetables.
the market. Sales for the past season upwards of 300,000 boxes.
\ Ashley Ash Element, a cheap and excellent fertilizer for orange trees,bananas, etc.
See that every bundle is branded
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CROSBY k GOWEN, State Agent, San Mateo, Florida.; Pure Ground Raw Bone; Pure Ground Fish, Nitrate of Soda. Sulphate Ammonia,Kalnlt,

I ALSO FOB SALE BY? Muriate, Potash, Cotton Seed Meal, etc.
and Hand Books Agricultural Primers,and good articles on Peas,Kalnlt
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Tyscu &: Smith,Jacksonville For Almanacs
; 8.H. Benjamin A Co., Mlcanopy: Lovell A Pemberton,Lees"ii"i -
-. *wu "V White, dint; E. W.Agnew &Co., Ocala; C. C. Walte, Reddlck; J.M. Floats,etc.,address
ReddickBrookstllio j jeuKins, AlU.u.ouie. auglO-6m THE ASHLEY PHOSPHATE COMPANY: ,

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i,I NURSERIES, SEEDS, ETC. Buy the Best THE UREKI REAL ESTATE, ETC.WINDSOR.

( -------.-- Awarded FIRST Pre. __ -- __ .- --- -u_- -_ -_ __-_-___ __- _-_-_- __ __ _. ___h _ ___
8 packets Flower*eed lOc.3packets IB I am and Gold Med.
SEEDS _1 at World's Fair.New
Vp etR.bleeM IOc. Postpaid. Orleans.overlt &
Catalogue free. J. J. HELL, Windsor, N. Y. Wind Mills. The Elf
JtKKA after a trial
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lasting*mo*.was pro.
nounced the beat ever
Fruitland Nurseries all and today standsat I Ipw
competitors. 8izee,10
the bead of all ,
to 18 ft. diameter of wheel,either for
Pumping Power Mill*. Perfect<.all

AUGUSTA, GA. part plication.and warranted.Also!ltr .of Estimate the Adams on Dl ap r... O :.EL :I: :X> .A..
I
reel Draft Barn Floor I1onePoJ"ewIo
'P. J. BERCKMANS Proprietor. Live Agents Wanted. Address HWOODWARD. .,, WINDSORIs 1 two to four thousand dollars; two saw and \
C3IT JUlamaco, Uleh.;
planing mills two stores 1\
the of of the and health- running one
name one prettiest office most
another
I store building a Officeestablished
;
iest towns in Florida, or other State. .
A. N. DOBBINS BRO.fun any bakery livery stable and
; several -
Situated on the eastern shore of Lake New-
orange groves set out miles streets
nan, a beautiful sheet of water some nine cleared whole
I out-In fact the face of the
miles in length, abounding in fish. Nine
The new edition of our Spring Catalogue IsAady miles east of Gainesville, two miles from I country is rapidly improving. I

for mailing. Gruelle station on the Florida Southern Rail- .
road, and four miles west olCampvllle station PROGRESS.

e on the Peninsular Railroad. During the fall and winter two more stores

The stock of LAND. are to go up,one church, one academy,and a
score or more of dwellings. A steamboat la
I Windsor embraces a tract of about 4,000 to be put on Lake Newnan to connect with
soil! the Florida Southern Railroad at Gruelle.
acres, nearly one-half cleared. The .is
Greenhouse and Bedding Plants, neither the white sand of so large portion of

Florida, nor the red clay of Georgia, but a ACCESSIBILITY.Windsor .
Palms Roses etc.
Evergreens, dark rich loam, producing excellent crops of
all varieties of vegetables or the finest orange is easy of access. Take the steamerto
trees. The higher land is fifty feet above the Palatka, whence a ride of two hours on
lake, gradually sloping to the water. Lots Florida Southern Railroad takes you to Gru
(
Suitable for immediate planting is unusually Locksmiths and Stencil Gutters
and select. varying from four to twenty acres, several elle Station;or Peninsular Railroad to Camp-
large Floral fronting on the lake. villa, three and a half hours from Jacksonville .
The former large area of glass of our
department has been largely Increased of 24 LAURA STREET, ,and a hack ride of thirty or forty min-
utes will take there. Hack meets after-
HEALTH.The you
late, thus giving every facility for the pro train from Palatka.
duction first-class stock at the lowest noon
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
- I II wonderful healthfulness of the place
prices.Catalogues. has been the subject of remark for the past
mailed free-address as above. ONE HOTEL NOW OPEN.
thirty There are people
now living
years.
Gunsmlthlng done in all its branches.
there that have been residents for that lengthof We have an excellent site overlooking the

DEER ISLAND time, and who assure us that for a population lake,of five acres, which we will donate to
IRON SAFE WORK of seventy souls there was not a physi- any party who will build a good hotel to
rates Stencil mail cian called before the war In fourteen years. accommodate fifty guests. No better place
Special on Cutting, by
What other portion of country can make so be fonnd.
can
GARDENS AND NURSERIES oct 8-tf good a showing? It is high pine land with
excellent water; sore throat and catarrh soon
disappear here. LANDS FOR SALE.

OAKLAND, ORANGE CO., FLA. Lands can be purchased at from Fifteen to
Fancy Poultry. CLIMATE. One Hundred Dollars per acre, according to

Windsor is located on the ridge midway location, and whether timbered or cleared.
Pot Grown Scml-Troplcal Fruit oetween Ocean and Gulf, giving it a steady Several beautiful lake fronts.
ALB En r F'RYES
and Ornamental Trees even climate. No hot nights here and few
ST. NICHOLAS, Fuv., Insects. DO YOU WANT A HOME IN

Plants and Vines. Keeps twenty varieties of pure bred Fowls IMPROVEMENTS. FLORIDA V

No Loss in Transplanting. Eggs for Hutching S2 per Dozen. If so, we would f'ay-take a good look at
Windsor young-barely 15 months old-
WINDSOR before decide where to settle.
Has Just received a fine selection from the you
1
and there are and in course of construction
Catalogue and Price List Free, onx application best Poultry Yards in this country. houses up several of them address
forty costing from For further particulars, : _.
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to the Manager. Address 'J

A E. CHAMPLIN\ Grind your own Bone, CII e I GRI: : : '- 'IT: : .,

Meal Oyster Sheila,
nov29-ly _. Oakland, Orange Co., Fla.FOltES'r dUAfA1I flour and Corn 17 West Forsyth Street Jacksonville Fla
r in the X3LAX&DF. 'ft.'ITY.Y.a ,
__ __ /( W ). 100 per
a -' cent.morne made tn keeping poul- april 20-6mo* OB WINDSOR.
HILL NURSERY, try. Also POWER MILLS and FAKM: _._
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FEED MILLS. Circulars and Testimonials sent
100,000 Orange Trees! for Sale Cheap On application. WILSOX BROS.(Easton,fa
Jacksonville and Panama Park
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Twenty thousand budded from bearing trees
r of the best and choicest varieties on sour SAM P LE S1.00for13Weeka. The
stocks three and four years old. Our stock is POLICE GAZETTE will
grown on high, dry, light soil, is hardy, be mailed,securely wrapped,to any address in the Fl..ea1 :::Etorte; :Excb.an.ge.CITY : : : .
healthy, and free from Insects. We aspire to United States COPIES I for Three Monthson
offer the best trees for the least money. $'.25 receipt of One Dollar. Liberal
to$30 per hundred, according to quantity.J.S. ; discount allowed to Postmasters Agents and
UKOWN & SON Clubs.The POLICE MAILED I GAZETTE AND SUBURBAN PROPERTY A SPECIALTY.
nov6-6m Fruitland Flo. of New York is the oxr/r legitimate -
,
Illustrated Sporting and Sensational
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Journal published on the American 1 Bearing Orange Groves choice:Bulldlng Lots and gi od Garden land near the city for sale.
continent. Apply for terms to FREE i Houses' and Truck Gardens for Rent and excellent land in lots of half an acre and upwardsin I

Nnrsorios' of Lake Woir Go. Richard K. Fox, Franklin Square, New York. good location,for sale on monthly payments to parties who will Improve.
--- -- -- -- 43-Groves planted and taken care of,houses built and Improvements made for non-resi
dents.

100,000 Orange and Lemon Trees.Our 4&*300,000 Sweet Seedlings and variety of other fruit trees for sale. %*
-MM FOR I RONnJMiBJJAQ ,- #9" Money to loan on improved property. _. _. r /

trees are very thrifty, three and four J. S. BELL, Notary Piblic.Office .

year old stock,%to\\i Inch diameter, with T EI Hours at No. Reed's Block, Bay street. City, l tom 9 to 11 A.M.
one year old buds. Nurseries easily accessible ANG I If At Panama Park from 2 to 6 p. M. sept2&-tl
to Florida Southern Railroad. Send for I U 0

Catalogues. AddressE. -. ,
B. FOSTER, Manager CINCINNATI. OHIO. +
dec21-ly South Lake Weir, Fla.
- JVofice to Shippers of Oranges

THE: : DINQEE & CONARD 008 ViIND MILL
BEAUTIFUL EVERBLOOMINGROSES -x.L

-12,000- i,.\ VIA SAVANNAH AND ATLANTA 'AST FREIGHT ROUTE.
Ui USE Y
IIrw "
." ecual for
simplicity, durability
,and power.
$ellablsdsents
Oar Great Specialty is growing and dtetrlbutOSEH.W
!' "hive all the latest novelties and ftotandsrf .
$ sorts,in CerentjrizesMd prices to IIUit wanted in all uoaul&"Ded -. r Till*, pedal attention of Shippers Is called to the TEW I SCHEDULE arrangement 01
wants Over to Tanks territory.Pumps and Wind :Mill these old established Railroads through Georgia, In co: section! with the Cincinnati Southern
w.MIld sterna Pot Bowe aafel1 by mail to& Supplies of every description. and Nashville Chattanooga and St. Louis Railways f Western Points. Inquiry into the
Oboes purch&eer'. choice of vares, aU Farm and Suburban water merit of the roads that constitute this line, will sat!.fy Shippers as to their reputation for
3 TO 12 PLANTS I S8 to IUSi1J Works a specialty. Illustrated reliable Train movement. These roads are long establ shed,and their Schedules not experi-
per IIQndred.aeoad1ng Catalogue and Price-List free. I rnents. Just claims promptly paid. Any Information .nregard to the Line cheerfully given.
tonIn. Two rear RofIM b1 Oar The Phelps&Bigelow W.M.CoKalaaAEM / We give below figures that, will show the best posslbl- TIME between Jacksonville and Cln
New( .Id..'18 pagM,elegaatlyillutr$ ,me....and lids was I cinnati,and all points West: .
TilE InNt/ : Sly & CONARj1lIioee 4 ..
.Addnw 8tb Street.Yusaa City.M
(}rower..lVeat Grove.Cheater eo. Shippers desiring to take advantage of these routes rill give explicit directions, and see
that their Bills of Lading or Railroad Receipts, read vt .. Savannah and Central Railroad of
-- ------ --- JERSEY RED PIGS.Fine .

A. J. BEACH & SON, pure blooded Pigs,$10 a pair, not akin. Georgia. FAST FREIGHT SCHEDULES.VIA .
Address
NURSERVl\JEN.: WAYCROSS STOCK AND FRUIT FARM

Our stock of Fruit Trees is large and fine, Waycross., Ga. SAVANNAil._ ., ,' I'fc- J *
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order. New Fruits
whichare
and in good ,among Leave F. & W. R! ............... ....... .
White Adriatic Fig San Pedro and Jacksonville.(8.( .. ....................... QQ pm
the SAMPLE TREATMENT Leave Gainesville...._.............................-( .........-....-............................... 2:00 pm
White Genoa. AddressA. CATARRH I IIJt.EE Leave Savannah.............................................................. ... ........... ........................_..._ 3:40pm
Catalo-ue free. :E': Leave .*jtt\AJu..........****........* .....*.*..**...N...............*............. ..........*.... .*..........*........._.>...._ :OO am
J. IIKACII & SUN, So t Tei t Is our faith that we can cure yon.dear sufferer,that we Leave Atlanta..................--............................-............... ................-.............................w 9:85am M
ep2S-1) Paintka, !Kla' wilf mail enough to convince you.FREE Send 10 ac-stamps to'aaeucu Leave ............................................................. .............. ..._........................... 8:20 pm
-.-- -- --- --..-- --- ----- -- ... a&po.Wte.13.8.LACDUBACUA KewarMU... Arrive l.'nclnnati...........................:................................ ............... .........._..................... 5:00am
-- ----- -- --; ----- -- --- Leave Chattanooga....................................................-.. .................-......_.........._..........10:20 pm
Old FREC:Son TO Tkver F.A.M.IB Philadelphia Fin Colored In EagnvlBr wTileh, the Srct th. 80 Fancy Picture!. and 45 e1ee I Leave Nashville.............................................................. ....................._......_....... ... 5-15 pm
*lodge la N.America.wu orgkalMd and bld. Alto OAR D S fiant Card! In Gilt Edge&c.!?ilk Arrive Louisville................... ..................................... ....... ..................................._? 6:00am
.rlnge. Hidden Name, 1
Urf Illustrated CaUlofoe of Maeook boob and i
rood with bottom prim AltO offer! of tint.e)_ Songster.A T 5o**tw Puzzle and I W. H. LUCAS, Agent, u. -\. WHITEHEAD, G. F. A.,
k business to F. A.M. REDDING A CO.. 8 parlor games all for lOctn. Game of Authors lie&&. Jacksonville Via. Savannah,Ga.
liawwk PuUUhen and allllacbI..nldwa1.N.Yorb, IVORY CO., Cllntonvllle, Conn. W. F. 8HELLMAN Traffic Manager
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Augusta, Ga.................. 30 tOO 00 Cedar Rapids, Ia.......... ...... .........; Fort Scott, Kan......_....' 90 14000i !Logansport, Ind........_.., ......l......... Portsmouth, Ohio._...... ... ......... ;
4 Atlanta, Ga......_.......... 35 70 00 Champaign, Ill............ ... Gallion, Ohlo......_......... ... I i......... Lincoln, Neb.. ..............: 9J56 40 Peoria Ill_................. 65 116 00
r Atehtaon, Kan.............. .... .........1 Dalton Oa..,........... ......1 40 1..1 Gallipolis Ohio............ ;! ... ......... I Macon Ga..........._....... 25 50 00 PittsburJZ' Pa............._.. 66 126 00 !
Admin; 1tllch................ ...... .........1 Dayton i 0...... ............... ... ,.........I, Grand Rapids Mich..... ... ......... I Mobile Ala.....................j, 40 80 00 Quincy Ill..................... ...... ......... I
; Ann Harbor, Uch,...... ... ......... ,Delaware, Ohio............. ... Hendersonl K'y.""""".. : 5S'llJO( ) 00 MontJj'omery.! Ala...... I 35 I 70 00 Rome ua.J. .................. 40 80 00 '
Alton, IlL.................... ... ......... Defiance. Ohio......._....... ... .Hickman I Ky............... 55 100 00 Mansfield, Ohio............I ... ......... Rock Island. IH........._. ...... .........
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r Anniston, Ala.............. 40 80 00 ,Detroit Mich....,........... 70 I.120 001; Indianapolis, Ind......... 00 '110 00 Massillon Ohio............: ... 1.......... Rochester N. Y........... 68X 1310U f'
Birminghm Ala_..... 40 80 00 I Danville Ill................. ...: ........' Jeffersonville Ind...... I, 58 1108 00 Mt. Vernon Ohio.........I ... .........' andusky Ohio............ db 116 00
J Ill ......... ... ......... Ia...............1, ...... ......... .. .
Bloomington, :Davenport Jacksonville Ill.......... .. Memphis, 'enu........... 45 90 00 Rioux City Iowa.......... ... ......... .
Burlington: Ia..............' ...... ........' !;Dubuque, [owa............ ... ;.........1 1 Joliet Ill........................ ... I.........., I Milwaukee Wis........... 70 !120 001 .Springfield, Ill.............. ...... .........
Belleville. In.................i 1 ... ......... Des Moines, Iowa......... ...... Jefferson City, Mo........ .. .........1 :Madison. Ind ...... ... .........1 St. 1tlo............... ...... ......... .j a
BUffalo, N. Y .................I 66 126 00 ;Denver, Col................... 185 1..1 Knoxville. Tenn .........\ 45 90 OUl Minneapolis, Diinn...... ...... ........., St. Loins, Mo... ............. 6 5 11600
Bay Cittt Mlch............... ...... .......... Dixon, Ill..................?.... ..,.. ,!......... Kenton Ohio ....... .... Madison Wis. .......1 ..... ....... Sagina\v. 1tllch........... .. ... .........
Br1stola.enn.. ............_ ... ........ Elyrla Ohio........!......... ...... i 1..1 I Kalamazoo Mich........ 70 120 00 Montreal. Caa........: ...... .........; Sprlngtleld, Ohio............ ... ..........
Cleveland 0........... ...... 70 120 00 .Evansville, Ind_......... 56X 106 00 Kansas City, Mo.......... ... ...I NashvilleTenn..........., 4.5 j 00 oo;! 8t. Paul,Minn............... ...... .........
i Cincinnati, Ohio......... 55 100 00 East Saginaw, Mich..... ... ......... Lansing,bf h............... ...... ........ New Orleans,...,............ 45 90 tai Toledo 0. .................. 70 120 00
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Calm, Ill. .................... 60 110 00 East Mt.wUls, Ill.......... 65 116 00 ,LaCrosse Wis......,.?.... ... ..... Newark, Ohio.............. ... .. ......i: Terre Haute Ind ......_ 60 110 00
I Columbus) Ky............. 55 100 00 Emporia, Kan_............ 1 05 162 00 I Lima, Ohio............. ....... .....1 .Omaha. Neb.................. ...... .........i Toronto, Can................. ...... ......... .
Columbus, Ohio........... ... Erie, Pa................. ....... 66 126 00 ;Lafayette, Ind....._...... ... .....,.. ''Ottawa, Can.................. ... Topeka, Kan................. P5 14800
Columbus Ga............... 35 70 00 Fort Waynei Ind. ........ ... ......... (Lancaster, Ohio............ .....1 City Pa.. ...._........... 6126. 001, Urbana, Ohio. ...........!. .
Council BinQk, Ia......... ...... ......... ... ... ILeavenwortn, Kan....... ...... ......... Pekln, Ill. ...................... ... .........I! Wheeling, W.Va........... 66 12600
Chicago, 111._......_....... 65 11600 I Fremont. 0.\\ ...... i.......... I Louisville, Ky_............ 55 .100 .1 Pana Ill........................ ... I.. ........: Winnipeg. 1rlan............, ...... ..........
Chattanooga, Tenn...... 40 80 00 Fort Dodge I 18 ,1170 00 Little Rock Ark.........? 5.5 lID !Plqua, Ohio..................... ... I.........; .

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Stations Savannah, Florida Ac Western RaUway............................................. .1". '----1-----..I \ ".'I I . .1. . .
Jack onvilleJalln.han. and Live Oak................................................................ I 20 40 50 .: ,I I 60 30, 60!: 301 60. 27 1 M . .1 . I
Gainesville, New Branford.................................................. ..._........................... I i 30 60 3.5 70 40' SO 401 I 401 801, :U 75 . . . . .
Landings on Bt. Johns river..........................I..NN..bM............-.1 ?O !60! 35 70 40, 80 4Q1 80I I 401 801 :u 75' . . . . ". u. I
Stations on Fla. So.'Ry north of and including Ocala ............_.......................... I I 35 ,0 40 SO 45 90 4,5' ro,: 42 I' s.) . .. . . . I
Stations'' on Fla:; So:: Ry. south of Ocala. ....................................n......................... :37 75 42 85 47 957 95'' 471, 95 41 90 . . . . .. I
Stations on FIe. So. Ry.. St. J. & L. E. Divlslon.u\ : 75 42 85j! -7!,, 95 4f{ 95 ; 47r : 47 95 . .. . . . )

Landings on Lake Santa Fe......_........................................................................... ... ... ... ......" ... ...... ... ...... I' ...I.1 9)11 l ... ...... . .. .. . . .. \
7 Tam a....................................................................................................................... 45 90 50 100 55 1 10 55 1 10. 55i' 1 It 55 l 1 10 . ., ..... . .. .. ,
Landings on Manatee! River..................................................................... .............. ... ...... ... ......1 i ... ...... ... ...... I ...1......1'1 ... I ......' . .. .. .. .. .. .. ... !I
Stations on J., St. A. & H. R. Ry...............................................-............-............. ... ... ... ... .. ... ...I' ... ... ...... . .. . . . ... ,
Palatka ......._..._.........................................................._...................,............. SO 60 \ 35 70 40 80 40: SOl 40 5011! 37 75 L . . ..... .... I
St. Augustlne.............._................................_.......................................................... ... ... ... ...1+ ...I ...... ... ......, ...' ...... I ... i ..... . .. . . . . I
Stations on J. T. &K. W. Ry.._. -........................................................................... ...1.j .. ...I, ...... ...' ......1 ..., ......\\1 ...... . . .. . .. .
Landings on Lakes Eustis and Harris .................................................................. 46 7 8.5 ,j,47' I I I 95'' 52I\ 145()' .I 59 1 25. 52 1 (45I) ,1 i' 145' . . . . .. 't
Stations on South Florida Railroadd j ; 1 II'I I
I From Belalr to McKtnnon, inclusive .......................... ................................ ..... 40 45' 1, 90,: 50t I 't' 50.100: 50)() 1001 I 47 I 9i) . . . .
l From Kissimmee to Acton, inclusive............................. ................. ................. 4.5 9011 50 100 55' 100'1': 551' 1 ;0I', l 55' 1 10, 52 1 02 .I . .t . . . i
From Plant City to Orienta, Inclusive........................................................ ..... 50 lOO,5.; I 110 60, 1 :20 60: 120j() 60'120' .1)7 II,!) : '' . ,
From,Winter Haven to Bartow, incluslve.......................................................... M 1 10, 60 1 20 f.1)) I 30 I 6.1 I 30"I 6.')' lWf': '' 6'2 1 21' ;I .. . . . . I
Stations on F. R. A N. Co. north of and including Ocala) .................................. 3i' 70; 40 80 45 901 i 4S' ; 91)15;;. : 91x1!) 421 j $.') I. .. .1 . . .. :
Stations on F. R. & N. Co. south of Ocala............................................................. :rT 75;I 42 I 85 471 95"' : 47..; ;roil 47' Q..H'\ 00 .I\ . .. . I
I Stations on Sanford & Indian River R. R............................. ....-..................... ... ...... ... j ......1 .. ...... i i... I II ...i .... ... I I ......,; . : . ... ... .. :
Stations on Tavares, Orlando & Atlantic It. R................................................... ... ...... ... i ......' ...1 ......, ... ...... ...... ... I ......: 1 . "J . .. .. '
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COINTVECXIOIVS.Double The capacity of the Standard barrel must not exceed that of an ordinary flour barrel. t
I Excess of capacity over the above will be liable to pro rata execs> of cnarges.
dally'fast' freight service for all points West via Albany, Jesup and Savannah. j I The Oar-toad Is estimated at .),((W) pounds, or 40) Standard Boxes. Excess: of ants
Dally fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern Interior ; a", .... ..' ..! u.,* .hg..no/ ',..f nfnixitq "J" I.-> ,<
and Coast points, Including New York, Boston, Philadelphia Baltimore, Washington and i to one consignee. '
Providence. Prepayment of freight will not be required, but good order and condition of shipmentswill
Tri-weekly connection for New York via the Ocean Steamship Company, leaving Savannah I be an absolute requirement. It is clearly understood between the shipper: and the
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. I transportation-companies that no responsibility shall attach for low. or damage, however
Twice a week for Baltimore via the Merchants and Miners Transportation Co., leaving occasioned, unless) I it be from negligence, and that such Ion* muss' attach ROle y to the :
Savannah Tuesdays and Fridays. company upon whose line such negligence may be I lo Weekly connection for Boston via the Boston and Savannah Steampshlp Co., leaving The charges advanced by this Line in good faith I to connection* at those p4| iutM will not
Savannah every Thursday. be subject to correction by this Line. 1
Weekly connection for Philadelphia via Ocean steamship Co., leaving Savannah every In every i-ase the full name and address of the roniltjne: muni' t><- *IV.MI for insertion" Iri
Saturday. Bill Ladtna and on the Way-bill. f,
Hailing days of Steamships are subject to change without notice Single shipments; Western points will be charged at double rates.
No single shipment taken for less than SI to Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Bait) I
INFORMATION: : 'On. JSHlL'PJBltJS. more. If shipped beyondthey will bt> charged in addition the. single package rates of con
netting lines and cost of transfer.
To make through rates from points tributary to the above, add the rates of connecting: Stencils shipping receipts and information furnished! on application' many ot the agent
lines to above rates. For further information, if needed, apply to Agents of the lines J or to
The dimensions of the Standard Box for Vegetables are 8x14x22 inches, and thw weight !is C. D. OWF.'i8. JAMES L. TAYLOil,
estimated at 50 pounds. j Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga. 5en'l Krelght A$ Savannah, Ga.







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r WM. CANNON, : ,

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KISSIMMEE, FLA., -=-1- ==-"'"- ; Er.: =:
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-fi! The Finest Town between Palatka and Sanford.

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SOUTH FLORIDA RAILROAD CO., : -
Least Frost North of Indian River. !
KISSIMMEE LAND CO., -
Write for information to ttci4ly
r FLORIDA LAND & IMPROVEMENT CO., -
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} BURTON K. BARRS Seville Fla.
I A.&G.C.C.&OKEECHOBEE LAND CO. .. ,


; Correspondence: Solicited FLORIDA RAILROAD LANDS. !

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Special pains taken to select and suit views of buyers,either for settlement orHnvestment.
Town Lots,Orange and Fruit Lands,Cane and Rice Lands,Stock Pasturage Lands. u> C='. .A.. :BC>..A.EI.J)1\l.A.1'T: ..A..gent: ,
These Lands Include all varieties of upland and lowland,and are adapted to Oranges, Lem-
ons,Pineapples, Bananas,Sugar Cane,early vegetables,etc. and are chiefly in the Countiesof OFFERS FOR SALE
St.Johns, Volusla, Brevard, Orange, Sumter, Levy, Hillsborough} Polk, )Manateeland
Monroe.
Our lands are selling rapidly. Thousands of settlers have located ou them during thepastsix : LARGE TRACTS OF LANDSIN
months. Do not delay if you want them at the present low prices.
The lands of this Company are specially adapted to the culture of Tropical Fruit, Rice
Sugar Cane,etc.,and are generally accessible by steam navigation. EVERY COUNTY IN
Address all correspondence about the above lands to

'V 7ill1Lm: C ,rnaoti: : kORTTiA. =l oiit1a: iacI EJassrt P1orl.d.a.:
dec8-6mos KISSIMMEK PITY.

FLORIDA LAND &: tJ9LOHIZATIOH O. CATTLE RANGES, CYPRESS
PINE AND

E. R. TRAFFORD, General Manager; TIMBER LANDS,

SANFORD, ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
LAKE FRONTS.
"t 90,000, Acres of the Finest Lands in South Florida !
Land specially .elected for Orange. and Lemons.
THE LAKE REGION OF POLK COUNTY.
t march 9-ly P. O. Address, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Two hundred deep,clear spring lakes,within a radius often miles. Their high banks
I, Umbered with a luxurious growth of pine and oak, and being on the very summit of the
\' dividing ridge oi the peninsula of Florida. Its dry air offers an Inducement to the Invalid. British of Roxburgh
.". Its beautiful and diversified scenery, boating,fishing, etc., offers the finest opportunity for Colony ,
people of taste to acquire a lovely wmter home, where all the pleasures and comforts of our
balmy climate can be enjoyed. Add to these the eminent suitability of the soil for the cul-
l ture of the. orange and other semi-tropical fruits, and the tact that both the South Florida NOW FORMING.
and the Bartow Branch Railroads run several miles through this tract, make this the most .
desirable locality In South Florida. These lands are divided into lots of five acres and up-
wards,and will be sold on most favorable terms to Improvers or settlers. Special inducements offered to genuine settlers, not land speculators. The

ANCLOTE, HERNANDO COUNTY.At .

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

I LIBERAL TERMS TO ACTUAL SETTLERS OR PRODUCERS.For .
ACRES of LANDFOR
full particulars address, 39OOO9OOO
\ BLOUNT & WHITLEDGE, Bartow Polk County, Florida.
i G. M. MORRISH, Anclote.Hernando County,Florida.
a J. E. LAMBETH. Gainesville,Alachua County, Florida.A. SALE BY
C. lIARTINIacklnnon.. Orange County, Florida,or to .
E. R. TRAFFORD, General Manager,Sanford,Orange County, Florida.
nov24-lyr mm RAILWAY GOMPANl! }
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/ Disston land
Companies. SITUATED IN THE COUNTIES OF


Columbia, Bradford, Clay, Putnam, Alachua, Levy, Marion, Orange

Sumter, Hernando, Hillsborough, Brevard, Baker, Polk & Manatee,
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Florida Land and Co.
Improvement Consisting of the finest Orange, Farming and Grazing Lands in the State of Florida. Prices
$1.25 to 85 per acre,according to location.For .

A. & G. C. C. and Okeechobee Land Co. further information,apply to Office Florida Southern Railway Co., Palatka,Fla.
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t Kissimmee Land Company. L. N. WILKIE S. CONANT,

Chief Clerk,Land Department. (sep3Pyl:. ) General Manager.
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Acres of Choice Land's

I 2,500,000 I: ShiDDin! Agent Fruit and ootablo! Packin!
11 for sale in East and South Florida, adapted to the cultivation of Tropical .

f" Fruits, Sugar Cane, Rice, etc.
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PRICE, $1.SS5information : PER .i-\.CRE AND UP'\V \..RDS.I .
Forwarding and Commission House S., F. & W. R.R. Wharf,


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

; and circulars forwarded on application. Address cash or to our patrons. Every necessary convenience for packing Oranges

No. 305 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. I expeditiously, and in the best manner, by skilled workmen, at reasonable

I prices. Oranges direct from the groves for sale by the single box or car-load.
Pine and Forsyth Streets, Jacksonville, Fla. oc5-ti nov30tf't. :







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( Standard Time.) ON AND AFTER
220,000 ACRES SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1886, 5.50 a. m., [ 1871.]
Trains will leave and arrive as follows:
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I 2011111 FLORIDA LAIS.S .I old-I- .,I, :eo d so..;, fid d03 I.M I.:: FRUIT AND PRODUCE

Situated on each side of the STATIONS. : G 'l D ZI I 13Z I 1O Z gz CCMMISSICl: T :M: : :RCITS: ,
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f South Florida Railroad and its 1 i-I-< : -i SOUTHERN FRUIT AND VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY.
Leave- AM I PM'AMI;' ;1 Af
; Bartow Branch'- R. R. Wharf1.......-i......-i i...-...I-..-... :L..-:.. 326 and SGJsi North Delaware .J-\.c.9 Philadelphia
SanfoidIBe'alr -...... ;, 8 401....... i 30,10: (oo 7 50 Ian 22.tf.
; In the Counties of ..........o 8 50':......_ 4 4210; 10 805
Longwood... 9 (OS I........j i 5 00'10' 25 8 40
Altamonte 12 913......... 5 10,1033, I 9 OQ EstuhHshcd 1871.
Orange, Maitland..... 15 920 ......_I 5 ..,:);10 45:
Polk, Winter Park 18 I 5 2S'lO' 55 193)
OrlandoKissimmee........ 22 928\.1\ 55511 15' 1120 G. W. SHALLCROSS & CO. ,
Brcvard, .. 40,10 :SO, 5 'OI; 6 45120.3 : 1 30

{: Sumtcr, I, I' I II

,. and llillvborouirli.of JHainesClty! 61'11'' 20i I 6 J71.;P.M.Pl\....._,......[.. I'_...... ::-r.JI-r ..A.1'TI :.ii-lttm.: >rnJ E],
(-. Bartow J'nc 68,11 40' 6 d7'......- ........ I 350
83,000 Acres. AuburndaleLakeland 7211 50, {060) ;,.. ..... ..._... I 4 15PM' 94 PARK PLACE, NEW YORK.
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these NEWLY acquired Lands which 83 112 20 7 601, i 5 40 Consignments of oranges solicited. We have a trade that consumes all our oranges with
are Plant City... 93112! 43.; 8 ,' I G 35 out having to send to auction. Remittances sent on day of sale. JuneS-ly
Seffner..._... 103': 1 C8 8 451..1.1 7 'O
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years i (' I
Ar Tampa. 115J I 40 8 IX)
*> EHTA.T53L.iei 33 T> 18715.BEAN .
sale are now offered. NOIl'.II'4ROUND..

These lands comprise all clasH .s and grades I I __ 4p Q 7201 ....::IO.
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; of South Florida soils. Hlgh"'Plne and Oak z I : =z o : .0
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STATIONS. I _Sj I E'I I 0 i ,
\ Lands among the Backbone Hills In the famous = 0 0 I .::J

I Lake and Hill region of t e Peninsula. Leave- ------I-1 < < I A M Commission Merchant and Forwarder,

Lake Views and Lake Fronts large areas of Tampa........ 0 2 5 :o ..._...I 6 30
; \ Railroad Wharf Jacksonville Fla.
Seffner_..... 12 2 30I..I I 6 05 ....... 715 \Va"CI.oss ,
table lands well timbered with Pine,and Oak Plant City...'' 22 250 1......_ G 40 ....... 820 Branch Packing-House, AVnycross Railroad Depot, Gainesville, Fla.4raii .
Lakeland..... 32 3 30 ..._. 950
undergrowth; Low, well-timbered, PineLands Auburndale 43 3 00 ..._... 10 35 : ge s memo: : D.. S..
Bartow J'nc 47 3 ;, 18 ..... 11 ;35 ,
; Prairie and Marsh Lands set in rich JHalnesCltyKissimmee. 54 I 4 15'.7.. 35. PM ...-... And other Fruits and Vegetables,
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native grasses affording good pastures for .. 75 5 t. 30 I, 2 00 1 u0 PACKED SHIPPED AND SOLD.
.' Orlando........' 93 {6 [ 12 I 3 25 ,
50I
cattle. Also, Town Lots are offered In the Winter P'rkMaltland. 97 6 .....1 3 35.5 Reliable Correspondents(] in all the principal cities of the United States.
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..... 100 618': 7 !I..I i 310, 4 15
"I thriving new railroad towns of Kissimmee, Altamonte.. 102 6 27' 7 .t.1' 325 4 40 Gr-reen. I..e"Y'lOD.S
Longwood... 105 6 351 7 ........1 i a 25 515
Winter Haven, Bartow, Auburndale, Lake- JBelalr...._.. 112 G 501 8 45........_i 3 50 5 40 RIPENED AND PUT IN GOOD MERCHANTABLE SHAPE.
, Ar. Sanford 115Pcmberton 7 001 8 ........_1 4 001, 5 55
land, Plant City, Seffner, Mango, Orient and It. Wharf.- ,- Grower' -u..pp1ies.> .

rn f'j Dade City. Ferry Brancli.-S.F. R.R. Have a full stock of Growers' Supplies-consisting of Cottonwood Thin Wood (Orange
---- ---- 0 Boxes which makes the Whitest and Box In Beach
It.! F'sn"sc-- F'st F'sfj Lightest, Strongest Cheapest use.
For further information apply to Land De- :4 I M'L Ft. STATIONS. M'l Ft.I (Bangor) Thin Wood, Dressed Pine Heading, Hoops, Manilla Orange Wraps, etc., etc., all 01
A 19.21. 20.() 22. ti the best quality,and cheaper than the cheapest.

partment of South Florida Railroad Company I'P.M.' A.MI A.H P.M.1! Agent for the Sale of the Stevens Sizer and the Dayton Tramway Fruit Car.

I ,Sanford, Florida.WALTER o 5.15 5.40 Lv Pembert'n Fery Ar 9.3 7.0575ii
5.47 6.30 .........Owensboro ....._.. 8.68 6.W,64, Send for Circulars and Stencils. sep4-tf
16 5.58 7.00 .........Dade City_ ....... S.48 5.58 59
GWYNN, 2S 6.17 7.30..Richland............ 8.30 5.20 52
43 7.35 9.00 ........._Lakeland_.........) 7.40 3.50 32
Janl2-tf General Land Agent. 53 8.00 Ar ..........Plan City......... ? .......22 w. N. JUSTICE
63 8.25 .1'-ettncr. .1 6.2.........112
75 8.55 .Arrive..Tampa..Leave, 6.00......1, 0
W. M. LKDWITH. F. C. SOLLEE.
Burtow Urancli.-Dally except Sunday Wholesale Commission Merchant
LEDWITH & SOLLEE, -------- I South Bound. ,

DEALERS IN 1 No. 313 North Water Street.<< LMilluclelpliln.
I looI ;Pas.Pa..q.iPas.
TATIONS. I: i No.,' No.i&Ft SPECIALTIES : FLORIDA FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
REAL ESTATE 13. i 15.1 17.AJI .
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i; JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Leave.\Vlnter Haven..12,05 4.25 8.-10

:, Headquarters for Halnes City Property. Arrlye-...Bartow ............._......,,17 12.-10 5.0t'( 9.2S

_. I North Bound.

''f STATJ{) S. -IPm i Pas. Pas. P'.Is.
t HAINES CITY. li 1-.t1rt, .No. &F t. lIiu.l .
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SECURE TOWN LOTS. Leave Bartow. .I 0: 5.-J':; 2.50' 7.tX)1 Ili.io
Leave'Vlnter tiaven..I2. ; 612 :-C.2"t" 7.3. lI.n'

Arrive, Hartow Junction.17i. 60; :1.10 i.''II1.2t1
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Healthy High Rolling Land with Pally except 8nn-'u.\ _
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Beautiful Lake Fronts. 23H! I l-t. l ;; .
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:3 .5.17' ........tl<'ort lttetl......... 7.181 !114
Till is u Rare Opportunity to Purchase 5 5.25.. ..... ...j1tntiedgc..........)\ 7.10; 1: I AUL\

Lots on the Highest Tract Ii_____6.05jAr..Ovldeo..I\_______ __ n__ 7JC_ _: I ;

t Flag Stations. Trains No. ;J. 5. :a and. : I
1 ., of Laud in Tropical t'loridu.: Dally except !Sunday.: No.1 and 2 Dally. I
Trains No. 4,6,10 and 8 Daily except Sunday. 'AJZt
Train No.3 stops at Lakeland for breakfast.
Train No.2 stops at Klsslmmee for feuppcr.
a Halnes City Is situated half-way between II Trains roo.19 and 20 Dally. Tralus No.21 and !,
Hanford and Tampa,and right on the outitFlorida 22 Dally except Sunday.Connects .
l 'g.C 'g.i 'g.
Is situated the
Railroad. It on hluh-
at Sanford with Sanford and Indian
a est land In South Florida-rich,rolling and River Railroad for Ovldeo and points on
healthy This excellent country lies to the
Lake Jessup; with the P""H1h."i' Line anu
southward of large lakes which protect the
DeBary-Baya Merchants Line of Steamer:
tropical fruit. There is no frost here. The
for Jacksonville and all Intermediate points
fact of the Indians having selected this section on St. Johns Riverand with Steamers for In- D. D. IOQERS. M.KK.I.
of country as a home demonstrates be- dian River and Upper St.Johns.At .
yond a doubt that It Is absolutely the richest D. D. R.OGEI.t & 4..0.
portion; since It Is their aim, on account of Kissimmee with Steamers for Fort Myers ,
aversion to labor to find the most fertile and Bassinger,and points on Klsslmmee river. DtAI.EUS i IN

very tracts moderate; thus affording expenditure large of returns labor. from a Railway At Pemberton torah l points Ferry with orthl Florida East and Southern West, 3M: ::3E5 cr .A. I..a :jFL O I1- .,

Come this town before else- and at Barlow with orIlla Southern
and buying
where. see Hallway tor Io'ortleatJe and points South. Corrugated Iron, Fire Proof Iron shatters,&?., :Meialic Iiuildin f Supplies.!

It' J. H INSON, Through Tickets sold at all regular stations State Agents for E. Van Noorden it: Co'sME'CALIC
North East and West
points ,
Haines City, Polk County, Fla. FREDERIC H. RAN D, SIIINGLE !s-: .

Send for descriptive+ circular, free. may25-S5 nen'l Ticket 'gem 71 West Buy street,.J\C hO"VJJ.l.Jc.... FLA.


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

r ii' Georgia, Florida, Alabama, the South and Southwest.

C'L First-Class Passenger Accommodations. HIGH GRADE CONCENTRATED MANURES
r iVo Tran hl1)Jncnt. "S* ** No Extra. IlancllliiK.

;.' Cabin Passage, $20 ; Excursion $35.00; Steerage, $12, "C

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The superior Iron Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail from O 4 I

Boston every Thursday at 3 P. M., and from Savannah as follows : O -o Q c_

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GATE CITY, CapU Hedge..................................................-Thursday, January :.S, at 12:30 P in :: O '-' T: "'
CITY OK MACON, Capt. Kelley.........................................Thursday, l UATK CITY, Capt. Hedge.....-..........................._.............Thursday, February'I 1, a 11030:( a. m Z jz? O
CITY OK MAGO; Capt. Kelley..................................... .Thursday, February IS, at 6:00: p. m I' *
GATE CITY. Capt. Hedge..................................................Thuredwy, February 25, at 11.00 a. m a ; r
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley.............................................-Thursday, ;March 4.t 5:00() p.m 1
GATE CITY Capt. Hedge......................................................Thursday, March 11, at 9:30 a. m DCO a
CITY OF MAX) Capt. Kelley..............................-............-Thursday, March J8, at 4:30 p. m := m
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge.............. .....................................Thursday, March 25, at HhOO a.m W -rr' ,
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley............................................... Thursday, April 1, at 4:00 p. m J
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge.........................................................Thursday, April 8,at 8:30 p. m ARL TIIE BESTIN_ Ut4E.
Through Bills of Lading and Tickets over Central Railroad Georgia., Savannah, Florida Prof. Isaac Stone, In his article on Orange culture In the trade edition of the Times-Union.
and Western Railway, and connecting with East Florida by the Waycross Short Line. October S,says: "Of all the fertilizers used on some 15,000 trees,the Clark's Cove Orange- s
(Florida Dispatch) and the Steamers of the b s Island Route.W. Tree Food gave better results than any other used." Send for Pamphlet and full particu-
lars t
H. RINc. NIckerson's Wharf, Boston. dec7-tf WIGHTMAN &: CHRISTOPHER, State Agents. .
For Freight apply to RICHARDSON & BARNARD, Savannah Ga.
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For Rooms and Tickets apply toepl85 "VVXLLJ-
A. C>UR.S
HENRY R. CHRISTIAN. G. S. Agent, 66 Bay Street _
(Successor to J. E. Hart,) j

The Oldest Seed House In the city. (Established 1815)). ,
20 West Bay Street Jacksonville
SAVANNAH LINE. .l
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL t
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55 to 60 Hours handle none but the Best and most Reliable Seeds. My new Catalogue will be sent free .\
betweenSAVANNAH NEW YORK on application. Also, Wholesale Dealer in ;_ 1


Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Grits, Meal, BranWheat, .)


NEW and YORKPHILAD r -AND- GROUND FEED, SCREENINGS, COTTON SEED MEAL, Etc. t


LPHIA. PHILADELPHIAOcean STATE AGENT FOR (;1

J. E. Tygert & Co.'s 1 Star Brand Fertilizers. )

Steamship Company. Guaranteed Ann.lYHls. ,

Comprising ORANGE TREE and VEGETABLE 1
(Central or.9O Meridian Time.) .. ;

Passage Rates Between Savannah and New Y Of!. FERTILIZER, TRACT lulus PURE GROUND BONE .
MURIATE OF POTASH
To or from New York, Cabin, $25; Steerage, $13; Excursion (return trip),$13.50. SULPHATE POTASH, jlt;
THE Magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: NITRATE SODA, KAINIT, ETC.

FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW ,;t
YORK. Prices on application. July 27 tl "1
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson........................................Monday, March 13:30 p. m ---- ,
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. H. C. Daggett.........................Wednesday, March 34:30 p. m -".' .;
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine..........................................Friday, March 55:30 p. m I
NACOOCHEE, Capt. Kempton.............-.......................................Monday, March 8- 7:30 a. m
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher..................................................Wednesday, March 108:30 a. m USE H. J. BAKER &
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson..........................................-Friday, March 12-10:30: a. m BRO'S Hi
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. H. C. Daggett.................................Monday, March 15- 2IJO) p. m
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine....................................Wednesday, March J7- 4:00 p. m '
NACOOCHEE Capt. Kempton......................................................Friday, March 19- 5:30 p. m ."\
TALLAHASSEE Capt. Fisher.......................................................Monday, March 22- 8:00a. m '
CITY OF AUGUST" *, Capt. Nickerson...................................Wednesday, March 249:30 a. m t
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. H. C. Daggett...................................Friday, March 26-11:00 a. m IORANGETREEM
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine..........................................-Monday, March 29- 2.:00 p. m
NACOOCHEE, Capt. Kempton...............................................Wednesday, March 313:; p. m

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II<: SOUG ................................ ">;:
Capt.- ..... .....................Saturday, March 6- W.-30) a. m .J : I.
JUNIATA, Capt. Daggett..................-....................................._..Saturday, March 13-11:30 a. m t"
DESSOUG, Capt.- ..............._...............-..............................--Saturday, March 20- 6:30 a. m IT WaLL PAY YOU ,, !
JUNIATA, CapU Daggett-........... .................-........................ ...Saturday March 2712.00 n'n r.
Gl'.\R.\XTEJ-U ANALYSIS. :: \
THESE PALACE STEAMERS, 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 . . . . . . . . 4.00 "
Offer to the Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line. Potash . . . . . . .. .- . .. . .. .. . .12.50: J
Through Tickets and Bills of Lading issued to
Savannah. For further particulars apply principal to points North, East and Northwestvia Soda . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.00 ,

HENRY YONGE, Agent, G. M. SORREL. Agent, Magnesia . . . . . . . . . . . . S.oo *4 1

W. Pier L. JAMES No.85, North Agent: River 13 S., Third New York.Street,Philadelphia.City Exchange Building,Savannah Ga. Lime . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.00 "

J. D. HASHAGEN, Eastern Agent, Sav., Florida & Western Ry. Co., 261 Broadway Y. This justly celebrated Manure has been thororghly,: tried for vears in Florida, and nlwnv
For Rooms and Tickets apply to AVitli thc best results.! It is no theo.ctil-I: Fertilizerbut one which has Mood the
aug I,'83-ly H. R. CHRISTIAN. Gen'l Soliciting Agent,66 Bay street. test for,years and if properly used cannot fail to repay its cost many times over in the increased -
yield of Oranges: general health ana ru;>il growth of the tree.

--- ---- It is, and always has! been the same superior Fertilizer when first introduced yearn ago
and we guarantee that its quality will be sustained in the future as in the past, as we do not
propose to cheapen it by the introduction of any inferior and lower priced sources of Ammonia
SHERIDAN'SCONDITION Phosphoric Acid, iVc.
Our ORAXGE TREE :manure insecurely! packed in barrel! of 25O lb..|
Send for descriptive pamphlet to

POWDER P. McQUAID, Jacksonville, Fla.
is absolutely pure and ,
highly concentrated. Where a full supply of it is constantly! on handfor( to
1 ounce is worth a 11.
of any other kind. It i.strictly a medicine to be riven with food. Nothing on earth win make hens lay lfka .
it. It cures chicken cholera and an dir 'usr" of hens. Is v/orth its weight in gold. Illustrated book by - - -
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mail free. Sold everywhere or sent uiait for 25 cents In stamps. 2 1-4 lb. air-tigh' tin cans. $1
by mail. $1.20. Six cans by express, j, id.for $:i.oo.< DR. I. a JOHNSON k CO.. Koston. ilasa. Wm.L. Freeland & o.Tavares, Fla. Bury & Anderson, Mandarin"IIII I'Ja.




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