The Florida dispatch
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Title: The Florida dispatch
Uniform Title: Florida dispatch (Live Oak, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Florida Dispatch Line
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: March 29, 1886
Publication Date: -1889
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1876.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -new ser. v. 9, no. 3 (Jan. 21, 1889).
General Note: D.H. Elliott, editor.
General Note: Published at: Live Oak, Fla., <June 20, 1877>-Feb. 11, 1880; and at: Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 18, 1880-Jan. 21, 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (May 8, 1876).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Florida farmer & fruit grower (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Florida dispatch and farmer and fruit grower

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New Series: Vol. 5.--No. 13. Published by CHAS. W. DACOSTA, Jacksonville, Fla. Price 5 cents

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Monday: March 29, 1886. ESTABLISHED 1869. $2.00 per Year in advance ; postage free.
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telligence and fidelity they need are is alone in fault. There is no more that strawberries are grown'in perfec-

'f. among not only the most profitable, inviting State than Florida for the tion in open air in mid-winter and

but also among the certain crops laboring man who aims to acquire a command two dollars a quart in
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grown on the continent. I present small farm and do his own work, as do Northern cities. It is simply perpet-
Florida and the Orange Industry.
a this statement with the full knowledge, most Western settlers. A small ual summer and the tropical fruitsare
u gained largely by personal investigation orange grove well located, well planted, grown there in profusion; but the ,
There is a flavor of romance about that more than half the entire, well tilled and well cared for, all of small farmer, seeking a home to be '

orange-growing that captivates the orange crop of this year has been de which are in the capacity of the owner built up by his own patient labor,
i plodding husbandman of the North stroyed. The loss of the orange- himself, is certainly the easiest and I. can't afford to purchase Indian river
; and entices the fancy farmer. It seems growers this winter is not less than surest way to increase the value of farms and he must go into some of
:- to be such! a delicate occupation, where : one million dollars from the destruc- both plant and product. It will require the other promising sections of the

: little labor among perennial verdure tive winter, and the loss of early vege- five to eight years before profit- State. Fortunately they are abund-
( and fragrant blossoms is !supposed to tables is from half a million to a mil. able crops of oranges can be gathered, ant. They don't offer the climate
;%: produce a bountiful harvest of doubly lion more ; but this large loss to dishearten but good orange land is capable of and products of the Indian river region -
\T: golden fruit, and thousands have the Florida! and vegetable producing all the necessaries of life, but they offer probably as great
t plunged headlong into it, both as small growers, has led to exhaustive inquiryinto except wheat, with less labor than results from the same investment. It
farmers ready to do their own work, the comparative losses of staple even on the prairies of the west. Beef is in the selection of land in Florida
f. and as speculative or fancy tillers of goods in all sections of the country, andit and pork can be raised with little that the first danger to the immigrantis

the Florida soil, while comparatively clearly proves that there i is: no Statein cost beyond the original investment, presented. As a rule he has
t few have realized their expectations of the Union where crops are more and the fact that they can be raisedso neither the means nor the knowledgeof
t profit and many have given up in despair certain or more profitable than in easily seems to forbid the little the State necessary to select just

( or bankruptcy. These experi- Florida, and of these, the more delicate effort and care needed to raise them what he needs, and he can buy appar-
ences are in no degree the fault of the which have suffered well. The small farmer has
products, so every- ently good land, give it the labor and
orange-growing industry, but they are severely this winter, are among the thing to invite him to Florida, but the care that should give him good
, : precisely the experiences that South most certain and profitable of all. he is of a class that is most: liable to I returns and yet fail in his undertaking. -

t': ern orange-growers or cotten planters When it is remembered that the destructive be deceived and robbed by the land The soil is more variable than
would meet if they attempted Penn- frost of this winter in Florida speculators who are thick as flies the climate. Some portions possess

sylvania or Western farming with has not been known since 1835, or for where there are opportunities for 1 the proper qualities and surroundings
f r: their limited knowedge of the methods more than half a century, and that plying their vocation. There are to produce good orange crops with ;!
h- by which Northern agriculture is there is not a staple crop of the North millions of acres of land in Florida the minimum amount of outlay and
II k: made profitable. Orange-growing is that is not half destroyed once in which are valueless, at least for( the labor and others, apparently equally j
. : just like the growing of wheat, corn, five years by some of the many causes present generation, and of the many inviting, will require costly fertilizingor
potatoes, oats or buckwheat ; it must! which reduce or kill the growing millions which are really valuable, irrigation, or both, to produce
, t|t- be understood, in the most practical crops ol Northern fields, the intelli- wise discrimination is necessary in selecting -: abundant crops. Farms of from

I il way, to make it pay ; and that under- gent reader will understand the logicof lands for orange and vegetable twenty to forty acres are large enoughfor
; standing must apply as well to the se- my conclusions. culture. In the Indian river re- successful small farming, and ,
I ii-1 lection of the particular soil and cli- IIAP-HAZAUD ORANGE-GROWING. gion, it would be easy for anyone of small farming is the most substantial i

mate of Florida as to the planting, Haphazard orange-growing is just ordinary intelligence to select profit- and profitable enterprise in thegrowthof !
rearing, tilling, fertilizing and generally like hap-hazard wheat corn-growing. able lands, but those land now cost as a State. The mere speculatorcomes I
f caring for the orchards which are Sometimes it will happen to pay; but much per acre as do the lodel farmsof and goes, and seldom benefits
I expected to bring fortune to the owner. generally it will not pay, and the disappointed Lancaster county. It h. been the either land or people; but the small
I Orange-orchards thus selected or farmer is usually ready to" home of the most: lusojj:; range of farmer comes to stay; to multiply
t .planted #nd thus handled with' the in-: blame everything but himself when he I khe world for years, ancr..t is .there wealth; to found communities, com-

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coerce, railways, newspapers, schools i ange crop of Florida must reach ten cations of some good insecticide.No I . .

and churches, and he is the greatest I millions of dollars annually in a few wash yet invented can be applied -

source of both public and private years, instead of the present product of strong enough to kill all the .-

wealth. When he fails the State two millions, and as the orange pro- eggs of the scale insect without injuring -i Burning the Woods.---- --

feels it, for failure'in community chills duct increases, all other products must the trees, but the tender young are MANDARIN, March 18, 1886.

the pulsations of the heart of the steadily increase, although in a less ratio quite readily exterminated.This Editors Florida Dispatch:

commonwealth. of value, and the rapidly increasing spring for the first time on
Every year many articles appear in
THE ORANGE PRODUCT. facilities for transportation, and the record, there will occur a period in
the papers in regard to this subject.
Very few people in the North have accepted superiority of the Florida which the entire scale insect will be in When I came here, sixteen years ago,

any intelligent conception of the or- fruit, must ever maintain profitable this easily managed young stage, andno and bought land, and saw my "Cracker" -

ange industry of Florida. It is less markets for this now important anal eggs or adult bark lice will be neighbors (many of whom are

than a quarter of a century since the swiftly increasing product. present upon infested trees. When very good ones) burning over my wild
Florida orange became an important CAPITALISTS AS ORANGE-GROWERH. that time arrives the application of
1 laud every year, I felt as if they were
article of commerce, and it is now I have specially discussed the question some good insecticide will be in order. doing me a private injury. Since,

much less than one-tenth the productof of orange-growing from the stand- To repeat ; at the present time the having had ample time to study the

the orange orchard consumed in the point of the small farmer, as that is scales are full of unhatched and living
subject, I can see the cause of the cus-
United States. Florida harvested the class that Florida most needs, andit eggs, while no fresh eggs are now being tom, and why it originated.The .

eighty millions of oranges in 1885, and is the class that most needs Florida. deposited, the parent insects having I I Indians, 'tis said, were very

would have have harvested more than The same general laws which govern been killed or injured by the cold. careful to keep fire out of the woods,

that number this year but for the destructive successful orange-growing for small After two or three weeks of warmer as it operated to destroy their game.

winter, while we import seven farmers, govern the industry in all its weather, all the eggs will have hatched The first white settlers burned the

hundred millions annually, chiefly phases ; but the capitalist who mingles and only the tender young will remain' grass every year or two, for other and

from Sicily. California grows a large pleasure and healthful winter enjoy- to be dealt with. very good reasons. We have a law

orange crop, but the cost of transportation ment with profit is generally able to To wash the trees at present offersno regulating this practice, or designed to,

has hindered it from reaching the select his location and invest wisely. especial advantage, but applications but being made too stringent it is in-

market east of the great mountains. There are a number of such orange made after the eggs have hatched and operative. This law provides that any

Here is the great orange field of the plantations on the St. Johns, which before the young bark-lice have had person who wishes to set the grass on

continent ; the orchards which producethe pay largely on the investment, besides time to form thick coverings will be fire shall at the proper time give no-

finest fruit in the world, and the furnishing beautiful and heathful win- very effective.Let tice to all who live within two miles of

future of the Florida orange product ter homes for their owners, and the the orange growers wait for a the proposed "burn," in advance.

almost defies calculation. Fully two- whole line of the railway from Sanford few weeks of warmer weather and then Now, if any one goes around to notifyhis

thirds of the orange orchards of the south to Kissimmee City is beautifiedby spray their trees with a dilute emul- neighbors of this he will find him-

State are under ten years of age, and attractive winter homes with or- sion of kerosene prepared as follows : self in business. One is sick and
; half that number two-thirds of the unge-orchards either beginning to bearor FORMULA.
.. or Kerosene .......................Gallons=66( per cent. wants to put off till he gets better.
whole, are not five years old. Most of giving promise of early and beautiful Common Soap or Whale Oil soap../ lb One's wife is and he
Water..........................................1 gallon}/fitj gone a visiting
the old and bearing orchards have crops. Just as settlements and
Heat the solution of soap and add it will have to go to bring her home
been carelessly and their railways extend with them, and better
pro- One that
grown boiling hot to the kerosene. Churn then. must go to town day
duct is lessened both in quautity and fruit and surer profits will be attained. the mixture of force sure. One must plant his melons and
by means a pump
quality by the failure to appreciate the The Florida orange industry is indeeda and spray nozzle for five or ten min- another repair his fences on account of this t
necessity of growing the best trees in wonderful development, althoughyet So
neighbor's pesky hogs. our
utes. The emulsion, if perfect, formsa I
the best soil and in the best manner ; in its infancy, and the present which thickens friend some evening puts a box of }
cream, on cooling,
but the orchards. now beginning to generation will see it the first in valueof and should adhere without oiliness to matches in his pocket "on the sly,"

bear and the younger ones have, as a the products of the State, instead of the surface of glass. Dilute before saddles his pony and starts off throughthe
rule been located and falling behind cotton, lumber and
planted nur-
woods errand other
as on some or ,
of the emulsion
using, one ((1)) part ,
tured with intelligent care, and they, corn as it does now.-Col. A. K. McClure with ten ((10)) parts of cold water. The When he arrives at about the right

and the rapidly multiplying orchards in the Philadelpha Times. above formula gives three ((3)) gallons spot and no one i is in sight, he takes

of the early future must revolutionizethe l .-: of emulsion and makes when diluted out a match, ignites it, throws it on w

orange trade within another score The Scale Insect. the and before
thirty ((30)) gallons of wash. grass anyone
of years and exclude the less inviting CRESCENT CITY, FLA., | Very truly yours, can notice the smoke he is a mile or
fruit from markets. Neither March 22 1886.
foreign our
I j HENRY G. HUIJBARD. more away. Perhaps he may come in

the oldest inhabitant nor even tradition Editors Florida Dispatch : __- __n__.___- __ sight of it in an hour or two, and if

can fix the period when the or- Statements are going the rounds Figs in West Florida. he sees any one will innocently ask

ange tree gives up its work. It will of the press that the scale in- ; how long it has been burning, and if
J. W. Crary, of Bluff Springs, i
bear in from six to twelve years from' sects which infest the orange have I anybody's fences are in danger, and
writes thus about figs, in the Pensacola
the seed, or two years younger from been exterminated by the late freeze. Advance-Gazette, : who could have set it afire?

I the average nursery twig according to This is misleading and calculated to I now believe i in.l burning the woods
like rice will (
"Figs, without I
t climate. The Kissimmee tree will! do harm by causing: growers to neglectthe grow I grass every two or three years, about
fail if
I once planted. All of our high -1
t bear three years earlier than the Jack- cleaning of infested trees. \ViI j: the first of March usually, where the
lands are excellent for figs. The I
: sonville tree, and as the orange cultivation you. publish the following more cor- i always sure and abundant and as !J country is not too thickly settled. Of
I extends southward, the tree hastens rect statemet of the :situation; : I course, the old grass should not be '
soon as fruit-growers take hold( of'the
I. the iod. The first the scale injects themselves I
bearing pet Apparently burned off'until spring opens: so that
business here their success will astonish t
; crop from a tree iu fair hearing condition have been killed by the cold in the natives. A good fruit I. the new gra a will soon take its place) ;

will be about two hundred, and nearly all parts of the State, but their grower I 1: as otherwise the soil is injured by the
would easily clear 5200 from
t with }proper care its crop will increase eggs are still alive and will soon beginto every ; surface being exposed to the sun and
of besides
acre figs, ; fattening his fowls
from twenty to forty per cent for twen- hatch. We have this spring the and pigs. Ten acres; of figs properly\ I wind. Then, too, the potash! left from

ty or thirty years. There are trees in most iavorable opportunity ever handled would make a inde- :1 the burning may be carried off by the
the State which bear ten thousand or- known to clear our trees of this pest ; person !j hard rains into the creeks and
pendent ; the same may be said of the I
anges yearly, and many which bear since after two or three weeks warm i "branches." Fires should not be set
Scuppernong Give either figsor
five thousand,but they are exceptionalof weather the e%p will all have hatched grape. j when the surface is too dry and not
Scuppernongs a fair chance, and
course. It needs only a little use of and the very tilnerable. young may West Florida can beat the world for earlier than three o'clock in the after-

simple arithmetic to prove that the or- then be destroyed by one or two appli- product or profit." 1 noon. Our object is to secure a


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growth of pine timber and grass as from near the ground. One of these is had all this to bear, has taught her i in the morning. On the other hand

they are the two most valuable cropswe I stopped at either wire, and two arms young daughters lessons of self-respect, there are idle, silly, selfish, exacting,

can obtain from our wild land. If are trained along each wire. Theseare of courage in misfortune, that can I extravagant wives, women who whine
I I, never be effaced. Those of true, hon-
anyone wishes to see how this wild pruned to five or six buds each, est womanhood she did not need to be when their husbands bring them an

land in Eastern Florida would look, and the shoots as they grow, are taught, for they were inherent. When orange instead of an apple, and vice

let him look at the woods on a similar pinched during summer as above the Southern girl walks on the ave- versa, and yet it does seem to me as if

soil in South Carolina where the fires stated. This pinching, and the hang nue she is as distinctly recognizable as these kind of women receive more adu-

, have been kept out for fifty or a hun- ing down of the shoots as the fruit de- though she were marked 'From' lation from the men than the kind,
I Georgia, or placarded 'an Alabamian.
dred years. In place of our beautiful velopes and increases in size and Her step is easy, for it was learned cheery, helpful wives we often see. I

I park-like pine woods, where one can weight, checks the flow of sap and from Dame Nature herself, and the claim that women are not any more to

ride or drive almost every where he tends to the formation of good, plump slender feet might belong to the dain- blame, and not as much to blame, for

wishes, he will find an impenetrable buds at the base of the shoots, which, tiest ankle that ever gleamed in the the "disenchantment" of married life
shadows of the walk at Seville.
jungle of oaks, gums, bays maples, when ripe, are termed "canes." The You never knew orange before how lovely a than their husbands are. Women are

myrtles, &c., all of small size, and the annual pruning thereafter consists in costume of simple white could, and by nature more unselfish, more sensi-

I tops of all tied together with grape cutting off the entire arm, up to the yet you say to yourself that the costliest tive, truer and kinder ,than men are.

vines and green briers. One would be cane nearest the trunk, bringing that device of the cunningest millinerin Their duties are more varied and more

all and busheson around the wire to take the the Rue de Bac could not be more endure
obliged to cut the trees cane on wearing. They greater suffer-
effective in demolishing the masculine
half before he could of the removed and short- have strain their
an acre get place arm heart. Every woman who sees her ing, more upon nerv-

one to fall. The few pines would be ening it in to five or six buds. Some- knows that that hat was the work of ous system and bear up under adver

so dwarfed by this miscellaneous growthas times the bud expected to make this the wearer's slender fingers, but how sities which a man often shoots him-

to be nearly worthless for lumber, arm may, from some cause, fail to becoming it is, lighted by the softest, self in the head to get rid of. They

and one could hardly walk without grow, or may turn the wrong way, so sweetest brown eyes, and as you look, need more sympathy and tender care
thoughts are miles from the I
stumbling over prostrate grape vines, that the cane cannot be bent around your crowded avenue and its away everchangingscenes. I than a man does, and I am sorry to .

and having his clothes and flesh larce- where needed ; in such a case, take You are young again and the say they don't always receive, it."

rated by the cruel and unrelentingthorns the next cane for the arm, and prune romance of the far South comes back, - -.---- ---

of the green briers and high the obstinate one to two buds, one of and you smell the orange trees as Employment of Women and Chil-

blackberry. In these impervious thickets which will very likely come to whereit they were in bloom so many years ago, dren.
and with Owen Meredith
uncon- Several States have
you already
the "fox would litter safe," the is wanted the next year. No positive sciously 'Oh that adopted
say : we were
which forbids the
wild cat would feel at home, and it rule can be laid down to follow eternally young !I' employ- I
of children under
would be a paradise foroppossums, rac- inflexibly, as there are exceptions in 4 ment a certain age

coons, snakes and other crawling and all cases, and there is no system, that A Wife Speaks Out. and definitely regulates the hours of
I labor. This has been done in New
will not at times need a little modifica- '
creeping things.In A married lady writes : "It seems to'

these thickets "the shy black tion or variation in some of its detailsto Abe a common failing of the gentlemenafter Jersey for example ; and Massachusetts -
in addition has law which
snake that bring fortunes to house- the final accomplishment of its aim. they have been married a little a pro-

holds," the friend of man, and deadly -American Agriculturist for March. while, to discard all the little courte- vides for twenty weeks schooling in
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every year working \
of moccasins rattlesnakes and sies which have been
enemy they wont to
The Girl of the South. New York there is no law directly I
"ground rattles," would have less 9 show their wives before marriage. The"please"
General Roberts, of the Washington ulating child labor, and Governor Hill,
chance to torment the poisonous snakesto and "thank j
you" are forgotten. -
Herald, thus discourses the Southern i in his recent message, called attentionto
death and break their eggs by usinghis I When I go to a place of amuse-
Girl : the desirability of abolishing labor
tail as a flail or whip. So much ment and see a. lady and gentleman
"From where the tide washes the by children under fourteen of
vegetation rotting on the ground instead Patomac and Chesapeake beach ; from together, I can tell in almost every in- In the years
age. past, petitions to a
of being burned and thus puri- the pure streams that flow from ice stance whether they are man and
effect have been made the State
fying the air, would cause a great in- cold Kentucky springs in the blue- wife. If the lady drops her pro- by
land from the banks of far-off Medical Society, the State \V orkingmen's -
crease of fevers and febrile complaints. grass ; gramme or handkerchief and has to
Southern rivers where the Assembly and other
ever-moan organizations. -
Doctors would be plentier and busier, it herself I she
ing pines sing her lullably there comesto stoop to pick up say .
and especially in summer and fall, and the nation's capital a type of American is that man's wife. On the contrary,
Through labor-reform members
the druggists would have to lay in a girl of whom my poor pencil is not if the gentleman is kind and polite to bills have been ,
recently introducedinto
far greater stock of quinine.M. worthy. Not very well educated,per- her, careful about draughts, etc., I say

CHESEHRO. haps, for she grew up just as her birth- they are not married. We hear a the Connecticut legislature, pro-
land was healing from the scars of viding that no woman, and no child
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savage war, she seems to know-by under sixteen, shall be employed for
Training Grapevines.Of instinct, perhaps-all that makes the cares of a man in business. They
more than ten hours daily in factory -
all the various systems that have sex adorable and worthy of love have to battle with the world. it is any

been introduced, advocated and prac- and honor. She does not read much, true, and labor for our support ; but and that no child under twelve
for she has not been able to get the shall be employed in manual labor
the last twenty-five women are the home-keepers and the
ticed, during years, ,
I I books. She knows nothing of the renaissance under any circumstances. One of the
the most and valent todayin little trials and cares which come
popular prf in art, and mayhap has up demands which the Knights of Labor
the vicinity of New York, is what never heard of Ruskin, but when every hour in housekeeping are justas
make of State legislators is the non-
is known as the Kniffin system or she has overcome her shynessshe hard for them to bear as a man's
employment of children under four-
some modification of it, and its popu. can talk intelligently and some- office or shop duties are to him. To
times with a perception that aston teen in workshops, mines or factories.Of .
larity is, no doubt, chiefly due to its keep a house well is no play business.I .
ishes, and listen appreciately. She Congress this organization asks for
simplicity and ease of practice. The could not give you any of the rules of would like to see a woman wrestle the enactment of laws securing equal

trellis consists of two wires on postsset dress that modern art has laid down, with the servant girl question and pre-
for work of both and
at convenient distances ; the lower\ but her costumes are chosen with a serve her "ideality." This will cause pay equal sexes
born taste that is at fault. shortening a day's labor to eight hour
good never the fade in her cheek
wire, two and a half to three and a j roses to quicker -- ---e- -
"The Southern girl shines brighest
half feet from the ground, and the at home. She has not forgotten the I than anything I know of. The Dawson (Ga.,) Journal asks :

upper one four and a half to old time respect that children should "Now, I believe in marriage. I be- "Does anbody know of an educated

five and a half feet. In our have for their mothers who gave them lieve that there are a great many good negro who is willing to work in the

own practice, we adopt the greater life, and the graceful affection in and noble men in the world, and that capacity of a servant? Our observation -

distance for convenience in passing which she holds the gray-haired woman there will be men angels in heaven ; has been as they get a little smattering
who kept a brave heart the
under from one row another, in any horrors of war and in the sickening there are men who rise at night to ad- of reading, writing and spelling

part of the vineyard. The vines are days of poverty and privation that, minister soothing syrup to the baby, they want to set up at school teachingthe

grown with two main stems, or trunks followed in its train, and, though she and who struggle with the kitchen fire first thing."

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Florida Spring Exhibit.. ety of other flowers from the gardenof I clean, long staple cotton, seed and I j in the controversy over the "frost-

The Exposition of Florida products Mrs.\ Alexander Mitchell\ Mrs. meal, goubers, cow-peas, peanuts, line."

made at the Armory in this city, the Fries, Mrs. Marshall, Mrs. Dr. Wade, splendid specimens of corn, oranges Mrs. Amelia Herrick exhibits a

past few days, is the best practical answer Mrs.\ Mary Koerner, of Ellaville, Miss\ and grape fruit gathered before the Chinese Tea plant which receives attention

to the calumnies which have been Lily Palmer, Monticello, and others, freeze and preserved fresh in sand, a from those who have never

set afloat at home and abroad in regard all of which show that the reign of the cabinet finished from twenty-four- seen the growing plant whose leaves

to the effects of the unprecedented frost king is ended. These are daily rieties of native wood, axe-handles afford the multitude such comforting

I cold winter, and a full and perfect sold for the benefit of St. Luke's Hospital from manufactory which turns out beverage. .

demonstration of the varied resources for which half the proceeds of 200 daily superior to Northern hick- Judge Wright exhibits a small or-

and advantages of our State for the the fair is contributed.In ange tree in full bloom, in refutationof

I profitable investment of labor and front of the entrance is a table, ory.An elegant display of perfumery the calumny that the orange is frozen -

capital. It is amply sufficient to allayall upon which are arranged the best ob- manufactured from Florida flowers by out.

effects of the panic which followedthe tainable specimens of oranges from E. Moulie, of San Mateo( Putnam A small tree covered with fruit !

loss of so large a portion of our Valencia, Messina, Jamaica, Nassau, county, graces the centre of the hallon about one inch in diameter, called

orange crop, and to stimulate to a California and Florida, designated by the right of the entrance. An elegant Kumquat Japanese orange, from

more extended reliance upon diversified numbers, to be tested in competition fountain emitting a spray of delightful Mr. Bacon's orange grove at Ormond,

industry and a greater development without knowledge of their origin. All perfume occupies the centre is a great curiosity.

of our latent resources, which are beautiful specimens, but the Flor- and is surrounded with upwards of H. J. Wood and T. Sumter, of Jack

I t have been overshadowed or lost sight ida has the advantage in being more twenty varieties of perfumery in every sonville, exhibit one hundred different

I p, of in the fascinating production of the recently gathered and therefore more style of package, from the smallest varieties of English pansies-"show" I:

t golden fruit, which, next to our delightful fresh. and most delicate ladies' toilet vial to and "fancy"- averaging two to two and

; climate, has hitherto been our On the right of the entrance is the the large quart bottle, all manufactured a half inches in diameter ; various ,

t: greatest attraction. grand display by Mrs. Conolly, of from the wild and cultivated green house plants in bloom, mignionettes "

This impromptu exhibit, for which | Jacksonville, of fifteen hundred potted flowers of Florida. This will forman cauliflower, double moss curled

I ; we are indebted to the energy and exertion plants in every stage of growth, sur- important branch of Florida in- parsley, cabbages, etc.

l'; of Dr. J. H. Paine and the mounted and flanked by two immense dustry and wealth as time lapses.On S. T. Steward of Tropic, Brevard

I I (' prompt response of a large number of specimens of the tree Begonia imported this table is a case of elegantsilk county, makes ft grand display of

, f our citizens, farmers and fruit-growers, from France. The exhibit cocoons presented by Miss Clara shaddock, grape fruit, oranges and

( demonstrates what/ias been done under contains sixteen varieties of Begonia, Slough, of Daytona, .representing a vegetables of most incredible dimen-

the greatest disadvantages, and reveals twelve varieties of Geranium, thirty branch of industry which is peculiarly sions, demonstrating the productivepower
varieties ol Coleus fifteen varieties of of Florida soil and the advant-
possibilities which exceed our most ,
adapted for ladies, and which is .soon
J' sanguine conceptions of future devel Fuchsia, five varieties of Cactus, two to become an important factor in the ages of genial climate.

opment. To the observer, it repairs varieties Dracina, three varietiesof progress and wealth of the State. Richard Roberts, of Key West presents
t most fully the misapprehension cre- Passion Vine, three varieties of a box of limes and a large grow-
The exhibit of manufactures from
ated by the State Park Association in Salvia, five varieties of Tritus Cantia, ing pine-apple plant with a pine-apple
Palmetto fibre by Miller & English,
withdrawing, under the panic of with vines and grasses in every vari- fully developed.H. .
of this city, is one of the most inter-
"the freeze," the proposition for a State ety. Mrs. Conolly has a thousand A. DeLand sends from his gar-
esting in its development of the latent
exhibit in February, and forever sets varieties of the rose under cultivation.In den at Lake Helen growing strawberry .
wealth which rests in the fibrous
r at rest all question in regard to the the center of the hall is a table I plants with well matured fruit
plants indigenous to the State and i
superior advantages of Florida soil most lavishly decorated with the pro- and a box of the most luscious berries.
I everywhere abounding in wasteful
f and climate. ducts of Ormond-on-the-Halifax, ex- Colonel Craig sends from the same
: profusion. For Mr. Miller has
Let us take our readers through the hibited by John Anderson. The fruits years locality a box of new Irish potatoes
modestly pursued this palmetto man-
exhibit so radiant with demonstrationsof : are attractively arranged and the dis- from seed planted on the 9th of January -
ufacture, and now developed it to a
Florida's inherent wealth and play exhibits industry and good taste. by Arthur Pelton.
degree which entitles it to a higher !
beauty.OF There are seven varieties of the orange Mr. Bouton,of Evergreen cemetery,
and more extended consideration thanit
CUT FLOWERS, Tallahassee among which is the Kumquat or Japanese an elegant growing spirea and house
has yet received. The various kindsof
presents her usual liberal contribution.Mrs. on the growing shrub and about i plants.
brushes, from the most delicate to
Gov. Perry, a box of beautifully the size ordinary hickory nuts ; two I Mrs. T. A. Melter and Mrs. Anderson -
the coarse horse and scrubbing and
arranged English violets, pansies, varieties of lemons, grape fruit, honeyin of East Jacksonville, a fine collection -
fly brush, as here presented, shows
Lady Banks roses, &c. William Old- comb and extracted, cabbages, tur- of flowering plants.W. .
that when we shall rely and
field, several boxes of similar flowers, nips, celery, lettuce, spinach, pansiesand upon P. Haven, of Glen St. Mary, a
sustain home manufactures in preference -
with endless quantities of camellias, silk cocoons. box of growing Texas blue grass, which
to foreign we build and
for which Middle\ Florida is so cele- Lake Worth makes a splendid show may up indicates a valuable accession to our
retain a source of commandingwealth
brated. Levy county is elegantly rep- of the citrus fruits in every varietyand and State prosperity. forage plants, for stock growing.Mr. .

resented by a presentation from Mrs.\ of the best quality ; bananas of : Mann, of lannville, Putnam

General Sebring, of a bank of violetson the best quality, tomatoes superior to l\le\ sre. J. S. Beach and Udall make county, W. D. Lewis, of Panasoff kee,
written in in this market and I a fine exhibit of Florida curiosities in H. and Cha-
which is "Levy County" any ever seen now J. T. Nobles, Oxendyne

white Spirea bordered with the yellow selling here in large quantities at every posssible attractive shape, from ney Hall, of Duval county,exhibit bas-

Lady Banks rose. The ladies of double the price of the Bermuda live alligators and alligator's teeth to kets of fine strawberries.The .

Quincy, through Mr. Dismuke's, con- fruit, and every variety of vegetable sea beans, etc. finest honey ever exhibited appears -
tribute a fine variety and liberal sup product of rankest growth. Mrs.\ Russell Moore,of Mount Pleas in quantity from Hart's apiaryon

ply daily during the exhibit of the Columbia county presents her usual ant, Sumter County, makes a fine the Halifax, and Smiths, at Day-

roses, camellias, &c., for which that display of varied productions, repre- floral exhibit consisting of roses, or- tona. The specimens of comb in del-

city is renowned. Enterprise is represented sented by W. H. Perry and M. M. ange and lemon blossoms, camellias, icate frames of six inches square, and

through the Misses McLean\ Scarboro. Specimens of immense mulberries, etc. the extracted in glasses and cans are

and the Herald, by the finest collec- pomegranate, LeConte pear, applesand I I Mrs. N. C. Wambolt of Jackson- equal to any ever produced.We .

tion of roses. Jacksonville sends daily peaches preserved in large jars, I vine, displays a large, varied and attractive cannot do justice to the exhibitof

supplies of flowers, among which are also apricots, citron, quince, Japanese I I collection of potted plants. Sterling and Campbell, which occu-

delicate azaleas, English violets and persimmon, Scuppernong grapes and I! Cauliflowers and snap boans from pies the southeast corner of the hall.

hyacinths, roses, easier lilies, jonquils wine, honey, sugar, syrup, tea plant, I the Gulf Coast, green and crisp, show The collection of greenery and wild

Fleur de Lis, pinks, and a great vari white navy bean, rice, rough and I that that region is not snowed. .. under. flowers gathered within two miles



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around Jacksonville, together with the Howard has been silenced by death, Moving Southward:

agricultural products, present an as- and that of the versatile and industrious The movement southward is reportedto

tonishing array of the variety, beauty I Redmond transferred to a new. be heavier than ever before. It is LAAAA
field of editorial labor, and death or I -
and quality of the indigenous plants, change come to many of their ass'ciates rather remarkable that the thousands ,, --- ---'- ---- -- -

while the vegetable products vindicatethe The Cultivator still retains the who constitute the wealthy leisure class \I Fruit and Vegetable Market.

capability of the "barren sands" of valuable services of that long-tried in the North have not before this more ; FLORIDA DISPATCH LINE, \

Florida for productive force and e"n- and respected veteran, Dr. W. L. generally availed themselves of the 261 BROADWAY QUOTATIONS.NEW YORK, March 2t 1886.j

We were promised a detailed Jones who has kept not a few of the pleasant winter climate of the South. Florida Strawberries, cnolce, per qt 75@l :25
ergy. old correspondents at his side. Happily Florida Strawberries, poor to fair, *4 SO 50
statement of this varied exhibit, but for arise for all The heavy movement at the present Florida Strawberries. choice in pts. 50@ 75
us, new J. I). HASHAGEN,
failed to procure it in time. emergencies, and whatever changes time indicates that others than invalidsare Eastern Agent. J

Too much credit cannot be awardedto have come to this publication, in its fleeing the rigors of a Northern 1

the gentlemen who have got up this editorial management or business con- winter. The great muss of us are unable -:
trol in the number and characterof
exhibit, nor to those gentlemen and or to enjoy the pleasures of a Southern ;
its correspondents, it stands to-day,
ladies who have so energetically sus- afterits struggles and triumphs of forty- trip, but such a journey, nevertheless -

tained it by their exhibits and their three years, stronger and brighter in is not only a pleasure to its parti- -----

presence. all its powers and prospects than at cipants, but an actual benefit to the CO 00 -4- ..J'"Q1U'0.0.. .s."s.:> .

---- .. e.. any previous time in its long and people of the South.-Albany Express. .COCO_ W a JO I_0--d" __Q. Naw <.
eventful life." .. Q-JU'J8 9 UaAV O i ,.UUx: CCS3
Agricultural Journals the South.A K I
Retrospection.We REMARKS. Florida Commercial Statistics. CMiJ z .. I.
..c: g. .tllPJmnH oMU a ooe COa
find the following on the edito The first Editor of the Southern Cul-- "Mr.\ Virgil Powers, of Macon, and -., Nz I IIUP uuaIC rti tg MI

rial page of Southern Cultivator for tivator was JAMES CAMACK, of Athens, Colonel John Temple Graves, of Jack- :c .0 -- -. --.- Uen

March, and copy it for its historical Georgia, who was followed by DR. sonville, Fla., have been selected by C')1J2 H C2-0< 'tI:. 'SliaotaA; [ I I. o- cSS
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interest: DANIEL LEE, formerly of the Genesee the Chief of the Bureau of Statisticsat l s:2 .
3 ; I
uolhaJla 3 : c
"In the city of Augusta, Georgia, on Farmer, of Rochester, New York. Washington to aid in the prepara- W c I! a2l2 tZ1'1.21l.H1l: 08a

the first of March, 1843, just forty- About the year of 1851-52, the pres- tion of statistics on internal com- ...A.. 0M:,l2. _I_____ ___I___--- s as V; '

three years ago, The Southern Cultivator CD ent senior Editor of the DISPATC H merce. -Macon (G(&. News. 8388838i
. ::=
was inaugurated by Messrs J. W. i 3:: 0 pan s3tDui; aj t H
and W. S. Jones, with the former as i (D. REDMOND\ ) became Managing The collection of these statistics for u > UUJuJ1JJ IIBQ -4) :
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its chief editor. In size and style it I Editor of The Cultivator, which was Florida embraces a wide range of subjects r.;;, HOQ a al..
SIP ; M g.
did not vary much from the present then published by J. W. & W. S. and includes a vast amount of 8 a U uual'l I g8. m a::-g

publication, except that it contained Jones, at Augusta, Georgia. In 1859, work. The result will be of very Q a z 0 8"v -- ----- oa.MQocao **..eQ s ;
only eight pages and issued semi- I' i a:: 12Q ---------ru50\ ;: :

Mr.Redmond purchased The Cultivator advantage to Florida, and Mr.
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.. monthly. The title-page of the first ...... I cooo-roov -
from Dr. W. S. Jones and the breaking Graves have the .. i mmpC'UI' Of', I ._lID
bound volume calls it "A semi- at i hopes to cooperationof ._.c: l I I hhC_ COtJbh T:7 p
monthly journal devoted to Southern out of the civil war, in 1861, the the intelligent people of the differ- I -.---- ---I-.- on -- ; a t'tICD -:
g g '"
agriculture, designed to improve the paper w'as firmly established, on a sat- ent sections in the work he has under- 3 .Ja19WOJ[ uuaN tn'Ua gidd-- d- >:-) "
mind and elevate the character I 'ov.'::)CQCQ:;:)
of the
isfactory paying basis, with a wide taken.-Jacksonville Herald. -.. _.___ .___ ___ 2S2
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tillers of the soil and to introduce -. .
a 4Dethroned .- I 8 8 8
field of usefulness. At that time the i : : : :..: : :.
CO) : : : ; : O iOw
The I I
more enlightened system. men King. : "
0'I ; :: :: ::ci: ori: Ss:2 05
HOWARD associated in the ,, ..
gifted was
who started this J i .c.
enterprise evidently The Montgomery Advertiser quotes 2 I a-ys. S ......
editorial and his contri- '-' ay 20y Ipj I
possessed "backbone, as there was at department, 'all
o I .cmN
the of of the observant <
statement most
that time in business one QJ I rdday;; dasda ne rsday i .
cir- butions
a depression were uniformly high-toned, ... ...... 'tI: _-0.
cles, and cotton was selling at from 3i$ practical and valuable. After the retirement men in the State that "Ala-. a CD I I I cczFrE-d :=.0_ ="Q ;;::"- i SS2;

to 6i cents, as extremes of the market, bama can't make cotton at 8 A cents and
: of Mr. Howard the
the principal sales being 4! to 51 I paperwas pay any part of it for corn, meat or
cents. But the farmers had the ad- fortunate enough to secure the
mules without paying out more for Tlic Poor Little One .
vantage of cheap goods in return for : editorial services ofV)!. N. WHITE,
low prices of cotton, for the editor i author of "Gardening for the South," each pound produced than is returnedat We often see children with red erup--
I that The advance in cotton tions on the face and hands rough
says the merchants were selling their and a most industrious and able wri-- price. ,
stocks at unprecedentedly low figures.i if of any moment, is apt to bewilderthe scaly skin, and often sores on the head.
ter on rural subjects. In the hands of
These indicate
Notwithstanding these dull times anda judgment of Southern farmers, things a depraved con
feeble support at the start, the Messrs.\ REDMOND & WHITE, The dition of the blood. In the growing

Messrs.\ Jones pressed on with their. Cultivator was carried through the and cause large planting again, but period, children have need of pure

new and hazardous enterprise without I whole period of the war, never sus- no greater folly could be, committed." blood by which to build up strong and '
--- --- bodies. If Dr. Pierces "Gol-
faltering, and to-day, The Southern healthy
Oultivator, of Atlanta, Georgia, standsas pending publication, and being the There is a great boom in milk drink den Medical Discovery" is given, the

a proud monument to their energy, I only agricultural journal, south of the ing in New York. Wall street indulges blood is purged of bad elements, and

liberality and unwearied labors. Potomac, that passed through and extensively in the healthful the child's development will be healthy,
survived the terrible and as it should be. Scrofulous affec-
Many changes and varied vicissitudes conflict. At the sidewalk fruit-stand
beverage. Every
l ., have come to this publication during death of Mr.\ White, the proprietorship tions, rickets, fever sores, hip-joint
, the forty-three but has its can of milk, and nearly every disease or other grave maladies and
past years, our of the
space will not permit of even a brief paper passed into the down-town bar has it on sale, while suffering are sure to result from neg-
hands of Prof. W. L. JONES, then of lect and lack of attention to
them. there
glance at Many honored agri- are numerous peripatetic mer- proper
cultural writers have presided over its the University of Georgia, who fully chants who deal in the fluid. The such cases.A .

editorial pages, and there have been sustained the high character it had price varies from, one to five and ten 4

several changes in its publishers and achieved, and carried it successfully the
cents glass according to gentil-
Lovely Complexion.
proprietors. Augusta was its birth
place, Athens the home of its early forward for many years, to its present ity of the locality and excellence of; "What a lovely complexion," we

manhood, but Atlanta claims it in its proprietors, "TiiE CULTIVATOR COMPANY the article sold. often hear persons say. "I wonder

years of enlarged usefulness and wider ," of Atlanta, Georgia. ---- ---.- what she does for it ?" In every case

circulation. After many changes in Since the first establishment of The California at Chicago.The the purity and real loveliness of the

form and style, suited to the tastes of the blood.
Southern Cultivator, more than a score Californians are getting up a complexion depends upon
new proprietors, it has finally come Those who have sallow, blotchy faces I
agricultural journals have been big Citrus Fair at Chicago, and the I
back to its original shape and size, may make their skin smooth and
only it takes on double the number of published in the South, with varying Santa Ana Standard says : "One of the healthy by taking enough of Dr. ,

pages and comes out but once a success ; but the old pioneer has outlived grand features of the Chicago Citrus Pierce's "Golden Medical Discovery"to

month. or absorbed quite a number of Fair will be a small orange grove in drive out the humors lurking in the

"The names of J. W. Jones, D. its contemporaries and rivals, is now full bloom and laden with ripe fruit. system.
f Redmond C. W. Howard Wm. N. .
full of vitality and strength, and bids The railroad company sends it free. 4
White and others still linger in the
memory of our oldest subscribers, and fair to live and flourish for many It will take twenty cars to carry it Mild, soothing, and healing. H Di

while the gifted pen of the cultured years to come. So mote it'be! R. and twelve men to go with it." Sage's Catarrh Remedy

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withstanding the exercise of such horses must be watchful of Horses much healthier and
care a man ever are can
!, !V;!!E!,! ,S'!T!O."C. ; ,-.I'jl the killing or injury would be unavoid them, he must know them and love do more work, if they are worked every -

ftY. A A A AA A able the company is not liable. them. Their health and comfort must day and fed well. They must not
Railroads and Live Stock. 8. Though owners of cattle and rther be his constant care, and groomingmust be overworked or driven fast, but
live stock have the to be labor of love and not work is needed
A number of suits at law having legal right a a good steady to keep
been brought against railroads for losses turn: them out to range, yet in doing so tiresome duty. Especially do horses them in good working order. Give a
the risk of need after of hard work horse that is well week's in
they assume any damagethat care a spell a holiday
incurred by the killing of live stock, .
may result to the stock from their and every humane master will at such the stable, and he will not be up to
the State Supreme Court made the
\ following decisions at the January going upon a railroad track and beingrun ;i a time wipe them dry of perspiration, much work for nearly a week after.
train when the circumstances off the harness if to bear in mind that horse
upon by a taking possible, Always a can
term,.and we publish the main points
, such render the do if he has to it be overworked which makes him ill
are as run- so, even put on ,
I made for the benefit of our readers, I
them unavoidable notwith- Let the from and he in this certain
many of whom are interested in the ning upon again immediately. legs, requires case a
I the of reasonable the knees and hocks down be well of and
r:' question at issue : standing use care by amount rest good feeding to
the the train avoid hand rubbed and if fevered from him back his
person operating to bring to proper strength.
1 2. Cattle, horses and other live ._
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it. over driving, they should be bandagedin
stock running at large are not trespassers -
10. The meaning of sections one wet cloths, to take away the heat.
when they go upon the track of a
and two of "An Act to provide a means Attention to these little matters will
railroad company, nor are their owners . .
for the collection of claims for cattle not only stimulate the horse's affectionand *
liable for damage resulting to the com-
i and other stock rail- but will him
destroyed by gratitude, preserve
pany from their going upon the track The Turning Point on Cotton.
roads Acts of 1875. in health and his
(chapter 2,060. ) good prolong years
and an engine or train running upon Southern agriculture,says the Southern -
is that the "affidavit of the owner or of usefulness.-National Live Stock
them. Cultivator, seems to have reacheda
other with the Journal.
3. The right of a railroad companyto some person acquainted .. turning point. In the face of the
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stock killed maimed" shall be
the use of its track is nothing more or con- Check Reins. fact that the average cost of growinga
clusive evidence of the of dam-
,. than the right of any other land pro- Check reins, as a general rule, are pound of cotton is not less than
prietor in the actual use and occupancy ages sustained by.the owner, and such of little use on the road, except in the eight cents, the farmer has been com-

of his land, and does not exempt process provision of is Jaw.void as not providing due case of inveterate stumblers. These it pelled by his necessities to sell it for

the company from the duty enjoined -.--- is necessary to sometimes check up eight cents or a'little more. Of

I by law upon every person so to use his Horses-Good Care and Manage- high, so as to make them lift their feet, course there is not money in such an

property as not to do any unnecessary ment. and besides, if they do trip, the check operation; more than that, there is no

injury to another. GOOD GROOMING. rein punishes them severely. Stum- common sense, but a great deal rf

4. A railroad company is liable for The advantages derived from thor- bling is ohiefly due to bad shoeing ; common folly, in such ,farming. To

killing or injuring cattle or other live ough grooming are not very generally hence this use of the check, savors of borrow a commercial slang, the low

stock upon its track by its trains when- understood. A good many people who needless cruelty. If a horse shows a price of cotton has "knocked the bot-

ever such killing or injury is the re- exact plenty of hard work from their tendency to stumble, pull off his shoes tom out" of cotton planting as a busi

sult of negligence upon the part of the horses will, nevertheless, begrudgethem and drive him barefoot, being carefulnot ness.We
agents operating the train. The fact careful grooming, apparently to break his hoofs. He will soon do not wish to be understood as

that the owner of the live stock per- regarding that as a luxury merely get over the tendency in all probablity. intimating that cotton cannot be profit-

mits them to run at large does not con- which can be spared just as well as When the feet wear, if they do, so as ably produced at eight to ten cents

stitute contributory negligence. extra fine clothes. This is a great to necessitate shoeing, if it is summer per pound. Not a few of our best

5. Negligence upon the part of the mistake. Grooming does not necessa- weather put on toe clips only, and renew farmers have made money growing

railroad company is the basis of the rily mean plaiting the mane and them often. The check rein is cotton at the prices now prevailing.But .

right of the owner of the live stock to shining up the hoofs ; it means keep- used to make a naturally downheadedhorse we do believe that the farmers of

recover, and it must be averred in the ing the animal's hair and coat clean carry his head high, or as highas the South, as a class,are actually losing;

declaration, and be proved. and well brushed. Good groomingwill his mate, and is often made an instrument money at the business. The losses of

6. In an action by any owner of live not only add to the animal's com- of wanton torture by unfeeling the many, who pursue the plan of

stock against a railroad company for fort, but to its healthfulness. It is as grooms and drivers. The real use buying articles of prime necessity

killing or injuring the stock by its essential in this respect as cleanlinessand of the check is to prevent a horse get- which they can and should produce at

train, proof of the }killing or injury is care are for children. Moreover, ting his head to the ground when stand- home, greatly overbalance the gains

not of itself prima facie evidence of it tends to render the horse docile, andto ing. It is of no use at all, except as of the few who follow different and

negligence on the part of the companyor inspire in him affection for his mas- above explained, when traveling. Ev- wiser methods.

its agent. To make out a prima facie ter. Gentle handling is a great factorin ery horse works better without one, The tax digests, it is true, show an

case of negligence there must at securing a horse's good will, and whatever work he does.-American annual increase in the value of tax-

least be evidence of circumstances from nothing will enable a man to get the Agriculturist for March. able property, but it is by no means

which a presumption arises that the best work from his horse more than clear that the increase is due to the

stock would not have been run upon the animal's good will. Who that hat- Shoeing horses is in nearly every profits made-by the farmer-in grow

I by the train but for the want of care had anything to do with horses needsto case unnecessary if they are broughtup ing cotton.It .

on the part of those operating it. be reminded of how much greater to nature's protection from the first. has been common to magnify cot-

+ 7. The legislature may provide that efforts will be put forth by a good The hoof of a wild horse or of one that ton as King. It is claimed as a pointof

proof of the killing or damage to live horse in response to his beloved mas- has never been shod, is hard and shiny merit that it always commands the

stock by a railroad train or engine ters' friendly voice than in response: to and has no cracks in it. The frog is cash any and everywhere; that the I

shall be prima facie evidence of negli- an angry tone or to the crack of the complete and allows the hoof to open world needs all we can make, and

gence on the part of a railroad company whip ? and spread naturally. There are very must have it; that it furnishes the

or other person operating the Perhaps we have here one of the many farmers now who never allow a basis of our foreign credit and other
young horse to be shod, and they find attributes. all
railroad. causes of the frequent complaint that sovereign Granting
8. Where under the circumstancesof \it is hard to find a man who can take they can travel anywhere quite safely these, what are its weak points? Cot

the killing or injury, it could have care of horses. The ability to take and never have any disease or trouble ton cannot be eaten by man or beast;

been avoided by the exercise of ordi- care for horses as they should be with the feet. The farrier's occupation very little of it suffices to clothe the

nary or reasonable care upon the part cared for, is much more 'rare than the in such cases is gone, and a good people who produce it; the producer

of the agents operating the train and ability to be a good brick layer or riddance too. cannot control the price, but is compelled '

such care has not been exercised the carpenter, or to do any ether purely A safe rule-Keep it locked and to take what he is offered for it; 1

company will be liable; but if not- mechanical work. To succeed with remember. the combination. nor can he transform it into different : ,
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and more profitable product. Compared .following our ignis fatuus, the hope of as abundantly as any other State ; and all along the lines of his road.

in these respects, with most of .getting rich by cotton-planting. In- the climate then comes in to allow two The weather indications will also be

the crops grown on the farm, cotton deed, for the last ten years many farmers and three crops to be grown. No telegraphed to all the principal sta-
makes a lame showing. Corn, small have been glad to make both ends State in the Union can say as much.Jacksonville tions along the lines of the road under

grain, hay, potatoes, fruits and vegeta- meet, and have despaired of making a News.Weather his charge, and at some places arrangements -
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bles, etc., serve as food for the farmer competence. Something must be -- -- -- ----- ---- are being made to display

and his animals. If he can't alwayssell done. The present state of things Signals.On flags containing the symbols, imme-

his supplies? at a profit or cost, he cannot always continue. As a remedyof the 15th instant, the Florida diately upon the receipt of the indica-

and his family and his stock can con- escape from the evils of the day we Railway and Navigation Company' tions by telegraph.

sume it with a good appetite.If do not presume to offer a specific. began carrying weather indications on <<
in the South.A .
corn is plentiful and cheap, he Every farmer knows what we have the trains of their road, and in expla- Progress
may fatten more hogs and sell his sur- written is true. Glad we are that nation of these signals Captain Maxwell correspondent of the Lumber

plus park. If oats are a drug in the many of them have cast off their slavish has issued the following circular : World writing from New Orleans,

market he can feed them to hie cattle, allegiance to cotton and have "On and after March 15, 1880, the says :

poultry, sheep, etc., and sell in the commenced farming in its true and Florida Railway and Navigation hopeful.'The feeling While in the trade volume circles of is actual very

form of beef, butter, chickens and original sense, making corn, oats, Company will undertake to transmit business has not been excessive nor

.eggs, mutton and wool. The same wheat, bacon and lard, fruits, vegeta- daily, upon the baggage cars of mail bordering on the "boom," that which
may be said of all other provisioncrops bles, milk and butter, etc. A man trains Numbers 1 and 2, 7 and 8, 11 has been transacted is satisfatory in
; they are easily convertible into who makes plenty of all these will be and 12, signals of weather symbols, indicating the margins and collections. The out-
other forms which may command independent-no others will. the probable condition of the look throughout the South is,decidedly,
with a "silver lining" in its double
readier sale at more remunerative << weather for the following twentyfourhours. meaning. The average farmer is out

prices. Moreover, it is true that the Potash Fertilizers.At of debt, he owns his home and will at
higher the form into which a farmer the Massachusetts experimentalstation "For this purpose special indicationswill once set about to do that which he has
converts the raw material from his some trials have been made to be received at 1 o'clock each neglected for the past fifteen years,
fields, the greater will be the value of determine the value of potash fertilizers morning from the United States namely, repair his dwelling, barn and
stable, fix his fences and get the
the product and the profits of his busi- for fruits. The results are re- Weather Bureau,Washington,throughthe farm into shape. The mortgage has
ness. Of course we do not mean thata reported as follows by Prof. Win- kindness of General Hazen, Chief been removed, he owns the farm. All
farmer should engage in manufac- throp E. Stone : "Potash fertilizers Signal Officer."It of these little matters require lumber.
turing the raw material. He should have decidedly improved the desirable must be remembered that thes The stocks are small, hence the *Buzz
Saw" must whizz. This scatters cash,
confine himself to converting one form qualities of fruits. Whereverthe indicate only probabilities, and that no
brings a smile upon the hollow cheeks
of value into another by skillful breeding percentage of this element has I one can foretell with absolute certaintythe and slightly inflates the depleted bank
and feeding, and to saving and ap- I been raised, the change is accompanied : character of the weather for twenty- account of the much depressed lum-
plying all waste products in the form by an increase of sugar and decreaseof four hours. It must also be remem- berman. The export trade will soon
acid. This it is : revive. Already there is a good cable
of manure. hardly necessaryto bered that owing to the large area
and mail inquiry for hardwoods and a
The field of discussion into whichwe say, is an important and desirable covered in these predictions, they may slight nibbling after yellow pine. It
is for change-a matter of dollars and cents. partially fail in some particular local- for
are drifting too big present is with no thirst or craze a pro-
exploration. What we might say at Other things being equal, the fruit ity, and yet be generally verified phet's title that I assert there is much
great length may be summed up in with the largest percentage of sugar along the whole road. money ahead for the saw mill man.
will the Moreover "Let him store up his logs, pile up his
one sentence: The farmer's business bring highest price. "The signals will consist of three '
lumber, adjust his band saw and get
should be to make his living on his I less desirable varieties may be figures, which differ in color and form, r,adv for the moment. There are
farm. The essential idea of farmingis brought up to a higher standard, thus being shaped like the sun, moon anda some" large sales being effected in

that of producing all the food-in giving value to some good quality, as star. Red indicates temperature, Southern timber lands, and there is
the form of substantials-that may be hardiness or prolific bearing. The and blue, weather (rain) as follows : a general disposition to advance pricesall

required at home, and also those fact that the quality and character of a red sun, higher temperature, a red lands along, and the should line for sales good continue well timbered in the

things which minister to comfort and garden and orchard products can be moon, lower temperature, and red star, same ratio, look out for a sharp turn
luxury, so far as they may be pro- .modified by the effect of special fertili- stationary temperature, a blue sun, of the price crank. People often have
duced at reasonable expense of labor zers is of immense importance in its general rain or snow, a blue moon, fortunes thrown at them and refuse

and care The false idea, the great practical as well as scientific bearing.Our clear or fair weather, and a blue star, them. It is just the case with these
timber lands. There are fortunes in
error of the Southern farmer, is that 0 << local rain or snow. them.

the business of the firmer is to producesome Natural Fertilizers. "By Higher'' or 'Lower' temperature "A few years past I advocated to
leading move crop as the main There lie in many portions of this is meant that the temperature at friends the purchase of black walnut

object, all other cro\s being only sub- State beds of phosphate rocks of unknown any hour during the twenty-four may trees, then readily obtainable for about
sidiary to the one irimey) crop-neces- extent, because they are un be expected to be higher or lower thanat $2 per tree. I was laughed to scorn.
I subsequently sold to these same scoffers
sary evils or drawbacks.\ This error explored. These rocks are as rich in the same hour of the previous day ; these Daniels come to judgment,
has taken such deep Void on the mindsof phosphate acid as are the rocks in the and by 'Stationary' Temperature, thatit the same walnut trees for 81,500 each ;
the majority of uthern farmers neighborhood of Charleston South will not vary more than three or to-day they are scarce at that price.

that it seems to have been bornin Carolina,and are as extensive. To these four degrees. Again, a few years past, a friend purchased -
them; in fact, .it is largely deposits is due the fertility of the 'Local' rains:: are such as may occur in Michigan a bunch of pine,
only a few thousand, for $7,500. He
-inheritance.. Merchants, me- sandy soils seen here and which, by at one or more points along the line has now refused 880,000 for the same.
chanics and professional men strive the unexperienced, are pronouncedbarren. of road, but will not be general. 'Lo The Southern forests are being invaded -

by their brains their arts to To those who see Florida in cal' rains are of short duration. cut, sawed, split, wasted, toppledand
gain money with to buy the the growing season of the year, the "Weather reports will also be re- boxed.
comforts and necesaiies, and, as fertility of the soil has been a wonder ported at each station, where they can "The Exposition moves along nicely
increased attend-
and is attracting an
they may be able,tie luxuries of life. and astonishment. This abundanceof be seen during the day." ance, and I do truly regard it as a first-
The farmer need take| no such round- phosphorous and the great amountof These symbols will he fastened on class show. The weather continues

' about methods to sure a supply of lime, in the shape of finely pulver- either side of the baggage-cars so that charming,andtaking things altogether,
the necessaries and c forts and manyof ized shells, which is also not seen by they can he easily seen even while the we look for better and more prosperous ;
The fortunes for the
the luxuries. He nay go, and by the casual observer, will account for train is in full motion and, in order twenty times.years have been made in past the

all means ought to jo, direct to the the capabilities of our soil, all that is that they may be thoroughly under- West. The fortunes for the next
first source-mother irtb. required is to fill this soil with vegetable stood, Captain Maxwell has had the twenty years will be made in the Southor

For twenty years pet we have been matter, and Florida can produce above circular thoroughly distributed I am no prophet."

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flit' JJlorida lIispaftll. Is the Kaffir-Corn ? Work for April. draw heavily on the soil, and must be

_. An up-river subscriber; writes us, liberally fed. "High culture" is ab-
-- -- --
JACKSONVILLE, FLA., MCH. 29, 1886. under date March 20 : solutely necessary for the productionof
---------- ----.- -. .- --- -' The Spring still lags and much
"A Georgia friend has just sent mea large forage crops. Plow deep,
A. H. MANVILLEEdltorsNote small package of"Kaffir Corn"-the field and garden work generally accomplished pulverize finely, manure heavily, and I

---- same, I presume, that you are sendingout before this time, still remains cultivate cleanly and often, and heavy
from the DISPATCH office and I
date of the of undone. After our crops are will be reward.
expiration your crops your
am a little puzzled to locate it. The
subscription printed on your paper (or seed looks like some varieties of mil all pitched and fairly under way,something Upland Rice may still be planted;

wrapper) and if in arrears please re let, and has ii!> similarity to our com- may be done by constant, clean but if other matters are pressing, we

mit. mon corn. Is it really a "Corn," or and thorough culture, extra fertilizing, advise waiting until June previous to

1-4 some sort of millet, and do you thinkit etc., to push things forward ; and most which we shall offer further sugges-
CASSAVA seed ?1S urgently inquired valuable for cultivation in Florida .
of readers the
our fully recognize urgency tions this too-much-neglected
on crop.
., for, by many of our readers. ? of the situation and will
.. "Your either the present Watermelons not well advanced,
---- -- ---- --- reply, through
FORAGE CROPS, Garden and Grove, DISPATCH, or per postal, will greatly doubtless, use all thrift and diligence. should be planted at once. The best

Field and Farm suggestions, etc.-see oblige, Yours very truly I Where Cotton and Corn have sufficiently fertilizers are cotton-seed meal, guanoor

Work for April, elsewhere. H. D. E.-A Subscriber. advanced, they should be poultry-house manure, mixed well

-e. REPLY.-The Kaffir is, undoubtedly worked out and brought to a clean with the surface earth, in the hill; and
RICE be almost considered in-
may Corn," in the full sense of the word ; stand. Sugar Cane and Cassava will, among the very best:: varieties are the
Florida. It is the
degenous to same though the average American gener- also, need a careful working with Georgia Rattlesnake, Peerless, Kolb's
here wheat is in Minnesota. It will
as ally applies that term to maize only. sweep and hoe. Seed of these plantsis Gem and Ironclad. Muskmelons and

.1 grow on high or low land. The straw By reference to Webster, or any stand- very scarce and much sought after, Canteloups: are also now in order; and,
is excellent food for cattle horses
or ard lexicographer, you will] see that this spring, and our planters should with the exception of closer planting,
and of rice will
an acre rough bring the word "Corn" has a wide signification. make every eye and joint count, and require the same management as the
in the market than of
more an acre
wheat. We quote : cultivate with unusual care. Watermelon.Okra .

4 "CORN,"u.-A single seed of certain Irish Potatoes, (if any have with- may be planted as soon as the

ANGORA GOATS.The Texas Live- plants, as wheat, rye, barley and stood the cold,) may be dug and I ground is warm; and, when very

stock Journal says the two principal maize ; a grain shipped this month, and the land abundant, the tender pods may be
in Texas well The various cereal or farinaceous grains
Angora goat men as as
planted either in Watermelons, for a thinly sliced, dried and saved for win-
which in ears, and are used for
in the United States P. grow
are Joseph "
food, as wheat, oats, rye, barley, maize ; later crop, or cow-peas, forage, sweet ter soup and "gumbo.
Devine of Bexar sixteen miles
county, -used collectively. potatoes, beans, pumpkins, squashes, Tomato plants may be set out, and

north of San Antonio, and the Arnold In Scotland, the term is generally restricted those already in vigorous growth
Brothers in Nueces Uvalde In the United States etc.The
Canyon, to oats : ,
first crop of Sweet Potato draws pinched back to give a strong stock
They have from 2,500 to to maize} or Indian Corn, of which,
county. several kinds are cultivated," etc. may be planted this month, and be sure and promote early fruiting.

3,000 head each.JACKSONVILLE. ... .- -- In English literature, the word i to put in a little "more than enough." Rye and Oats should be cut and

AND lIILLEN.'Ve The sweet potato is one of Florida's cured the latter part of the month,
corn embraces nearly or quite
are pleased to see the fact authenti- varieties of grain used for the food of cheapest luxuries-a great boon to man and Sweet Potatoes or other crops

cally announced, that the new Rail- man or beast; and our elder readers and beast. The ridges should not be planted on the same ground.

way between Milieu\ (Ga.,) and Jack- will readily remember the great excitement thrown up too high, nor the ground Snap and Pole Beans may be planted -

'sonville, (Fla.,) is now a fixed fact and since in regard to plowed too deep-a rather flat bed or for a succession, and those already
many years manured with cotton-seed meal worked. Plant the
sure thing. Work is progressing on Corn Laws;" Corn Law Leagues ;" growing carefully
certain sections of the road, and al- The and ashes ; an old cow-pen broken up Lima Bean in circle,highly manured
Corn Law
Rhymes, etc., etc.
ready twelve or fifteen miles have been and "listed" into low, mellow ridges ; as heretofore suggested.
"Kaffir Corn, to our corres-
graded. It is promised that the road pondent alludes, is, probably one of stable or "lot" manure-any compostor Cabbage and "Collards" may be
will be finished by October next. fertilizer rich in potash,answers well transplanted, and Egg Plants and Pep-
_. the varieties of the"Imphee, from the
for this important and valuable crop ; pers set out.Strawberry.
Some Things to Do I Dark Continent. It somewhat resem-
and the simplest and best mode of beds will need attention.
Let us make plenty of corn and bles the seeds of Dourha, and is closely "
is the "cut vines Mulch of land the
: propagation by as a strip along row
rice and sweet potatoes ;-raise all the 1 allied to the Sorghum, or "Chinese
soon as these can be obtained. with chopped or cut straw or leaves,
cattle, hogs and poultry we can, Sugar Cane. Having satisfactory as-
Forage Crops, of all kinds, should working the middles shallow, to keep
without trespassing on our neighbors surance of its value as a forage and
the and weeds. Cut off all
receive special attention this down grads
-cultivate a good garden or truck grain plant, we obtained a small quan- year. 1
have suffered on your bearing plants, as
of runners
Many our people severe
( distribution
and for
patch-raise a super-abundance of tity for our own use :
freeze "timesare fast as they ''appear and when ,
loss from the January ; ; your
subscribers. If it should
forage and hay-keep our groves among our
hard ;j" money is: scarce ; and a plants have eased bearing, sow one
half valuable Dr.
and nurseries in good growing condi- prove even as as
portion at least of the thousands paid straight row/ of cow-peas on each of
tion, and the "country" generally, Watson,and other Georgia growers as-
for northern hay should be kept at the middles/ if the plants are in threeor
will take care of itself-with a little sert, it will be of very great benefit to
home. Any man who owns land can four foot rows. The cow-peas will
help from the politicians! if the and troubleof
the State; not, cost keep down/the later growth of weeds
---.---- have profitable forage
trifle.-EDs. some
testing it is the merest crop grow-
and ,tlnd shade the plants from
-e-4 in the and and
ing day big
every year the blight g and burning effects of 1
CATE," the State Organ of the M. E. Prof. Riley, of the Agricultural full fodder-stacks should be found in the long mmer's sun.

Church South, is a large, handsomely Department, has examined the orange all barn-yards and horse-lots the com- In our eneficent climate, it is not

printed and very ably edited journal, trees in various sections of the State, ing fall. Of forage plants that can be too late tet a for any spring crop: but

published every Thursday, by the and reports the scale insect killed successfully grown, there is no end. time flipsfapdly, and all our diligence

"Sanford Publishing Company," at wherever the freeze of the past winterwas We have common corn, in the drill ; and energy--ire- needed.--.-

Sanford, Fla., at $2 per year, or $1 severe enough to strip the leaves all the different varities of Sorghum, EATING TIE PINE-ApPLE.-A medical

for six months. Our friend and from the trees. The eggs however including "Amber" Cane, Millo Maize,I ] writer ays that the same knife

former correspondent, Rev. J. P. De have not been destroyed, and growers. etc., all the varieties of Millet, such as"Pearl" I should not fe used for both peeling

Pass, is the Editor-in-Chief; and the who would rid themselves entirely of or 'Cat-tail," Hungariangrass and slicing t pine-apple, as the rind

ADVOCATE deserves and will, doubt- this pest should watch the trees closelyand German, etc., Dourha Corn ; contains an cid that is likely to cause

less, receive a liberal support, not only apply kerosene emulsion,or other
the new Kaffir Corn ; Cow Peas,I a swollen muth and sore lips. The
from the large and influential denom- good insecticide, as the broods appear.
but remember all these Cubans alt antidote for the
Hubbard's valuable articleon etc., etc., : use as an
ination to which it belongs, but from See Mr.
the public generally. this subject in another column. crops, of quick and rampant growth,, ill effects ofthe peel.




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Land wanted in a healthy locationin a .
jzth1isIr's leBarime'll- Valrico Nurseries
( Florida or Georgia in exchange for 1-2 ,

------------- -- -- a stock of Fancy Goods and Curiosi- .a E TROPICAL AND SUBTROPICAL. !i i

RATES OF ADVERTISING. ties to be removed. Would pay some mL (9 n

Payable in advance, unless otherwise con- cash. Address E. E. Thorpe, Box 15, Catalogue Free. s; e:

tracted. Fla. o FI.
---- St.
8PACE.11WKEK' !!, 1 MO. 3 MO. T I <6 )10. ;::1 YEAR Augustine, -*-( I. i W. G. TOUSEY, i

1 sqr_ $200: $600 8120&I 816 OOi 82200 Fertilize with Upland Cotton Seed, @ Seffner, HWsborongh {'o.. Fla.
JVi .
2 : 350 10 50! 21 00 28 00. 38 00 -- -
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coL.! 6 00! 18 001w' : 00 48 00''' 64 00 at $10 per ton. For sale by MAYS &
i u 8 OOi' 21 00': 4800'' 6100. 85 00 I DYSPEPSIA
!! 1200'!' 3(500( i2 00 96 00] 128 00 PARTRIDGE, Monticello, Fla. TH HE E SICK HEADACHE, I LLS
u ; 1J 00 42 00 81 00 11200: 150 00 -*-. I ,
1- a-I 18 (K)' 51 (W)I) 108 00) 144 00, 192. 00Vubsrriptlon -) Consumption Cured. !; CONSTIPATION.
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An old retired from [ A Remedy(or all Diseases! of the Liver Kid
. ..: $2.OO per annum.._ In advance.L physician, G b 0 h d W t neys. Stomach and llowela. positive
-- - practice, having had placed in his': ra rc ar a er cure Constipation.for DyaJW Dosennototwoteaspooatnls.Ala, Siclt Headache

S'I'P;<:]A CLUE RA7KX.We hands by an East India missionary the Genuine Crah Orchard Salts in sealed packages at 10 and V%ct8.0: genuine salts sold In bulk.

have arranged with the pub isbers and formula of vegetable CRAB__ -ORCHARD-. .- H -WATER_ CO._ Prop'rs." __ SIMON N._ JONES. .Manager: LovUTtlle.Ky;.' .
will club THE DISPATCH with any paperor a simple > remedy i j r : _::9i.- "' i':= :_ __::!' .: :-- : "
periodical published in the United statesor for the speedy and permanent cure of

Remittances Great Britain.should Prices be on application.sent by Check, Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh, DGCK

Money Order Postal Note or Registered Let- Asthma and all throat and Lung Affections qS STEEL WIRE FENCECJ'

ter. addressed to also a positive and radical

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Complaints, after having testedits ) Q .. :
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Special to New Subscribers.From sands of cases, has felt it his duty to < 0< Jor:: < I lIj"-j .r'w-- "> ...... >< "'-'>-o :>< x
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receive ...:>oi -' -
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a colored Map of Florida free. > '" ::>< ;:
recipe, in German, French or English, :: :' :i L- : [ II -:- -
Scale 18 miles to the inch with full directions for preparing and -.----''-_ .- 0= 1'.1 .'.......... J,_ "--_ _
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I using. Sent by mail by addressingwith ._

To Subscribers. stamp, naming this paper, W. A. -= =:.
NOYES 149 Power's Block Rochester -
Is the best!' general pnrpose wire fence In use. It Is a strong net-work without barbs. Don
Our subscription: list is in type, and }.'. Y. injure stork. It will*':rn dogs, pigs, sheep and poultry as well as horses and cattle, The best fence
for Farms Gardens Stock Ranges and Itailroads. Very neat, pretty styles for Lawns, Parks.! School-
with this issue we commence the use of *- lots and Cemeteries. Covered with rust-proof paint, or made of galvanized wire as preterred. It\\"111lastalifptime
x Scott' Emulsion ol Pure Cod Liver It is better than boards or barbed wire in every respect. Give it a fair trial i It will
our mailing machine. See printed \. ear Itself into favor. The Scdewick: Gates made of wrought-iron pipe and steel wire defy ail
Oil, with llypophosphitcs, competition in lightness neatness, strength and durability. We make the best cheapest and easiest
slip on (or ) and For Wasting Children. working nil-iron automatic or self-opcnine gate, and the n atest cheap iron fences now made. .
your paper wrapper
The bl'stViro Stretcher, Cutting Pliers' and Post AU"CrM. For prices and particulars asK
if incorrect report same to us at once. Dr. S. W. Cohen, of Waco, Texas, Hardware Dealers, or address, mentioning paper.SEDG'WICK .

Note date of the expiration of your says : "I have used your Emulsion in BROS., Richmond, Ind
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Infantile wasting with results.It I
good -
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subscription and if in arrears please I
not only restores wasted tissue, but Write or telegraph Byron E. Oak, FLORIDA.

remit. *-*-< gives strength, and I heartily recom- the undertaker, for Marble, Iron Rail- FERTILIZER COMPANY,

The steamer Nacoochee, of the mend it for diseases attended by ing and all kinds of Cemetery Work.A .
E. T. PAINE, Prest.,44 East Bay 8t.
atrophy. full line of Wooden and Metallic
Ocean Steamship Company will not
---- --- Cases and Caskets always on hand. Florida Orange Food, 823 per ton.
sail from New York on the 25th, or SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. All orders promptly attended to, 25 Florida Vegetable Food, $8 per ton.

from Savannah on the 31st instant, as Laura St., Jacksonville, Fla. This Fertilizer has been thoroughly tested
for the six Groves in
past on Orange
heretofore advertised. For other sail- I sawn deh steamer, cum 'run deh ben', -- -v A-- ---- years
Good-bye my luvan :;ood-b 'e, New Crop Cow Peas.! Florida and has given entire satisfaction.
ing days see advertisement. Loaded wid passengers for ELLEN, Send for Circulars and Certificates.
Just received
Good-bye, my lovah, good-bye;
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Buy-e b-a-by, buy yoh tickets by the 200 bushel "Whippoorwills"
We have arranged to club with the "OLD RELIABLE"Louisville 200 bushel "Clays" COW PJBAS.

Brooksville Register for the next six ( and Nashville Railroad) 100 bushel "Red Rippers" 300 bushels Red Rover, Clay, Whlppoorwlll

months at the low rate of $2 for the and you'll soon forget how uneasy you Prices on application, and White Peas for sale.

when traveled "the other WM. A. BOUKS E. T. PAINE, Prest.
two papers. The Register is ably were you ,

edited and replete with information route." Daily PULLMAN PALACE 20 West Bay St. PALMETTO PHARMACY.

Hernaudo and the
regarding county from Jacksonville to NEW-ORLEANS, CECIL H. PLUMMER I Formerly Holt's.
Gulf Coast region. NASHVILLE, EVANSVILLE, ST. Louis, I! Since taking, possession of the above Drug
Louisville and Cincinnati, with onlyone : Store, we have put In a complete stock of

An Unprecedented Offer. change, in UNION DEPOTS, for VETERINARY SURGEON I fresh Drugs, Patent Medicines, etc. Everything -
To any one sending a yearly subscription i
CHICAGO and the NORTH, WEST and I !; .new, purity guaranteed.
to the DISPATCH, at full NORTHWEST. Stop-overs granted to i:
rates, $2, we will send the New York visit MAMMOTH CAVE, Baggage Student of the Royal Veterinary College of I

Weekly World free or six months. checked to destination, quick time, London, will receive particular attention. We prom-

. rates as low as the lowest. ELLEN-N'S ise best prices and prompt replies to orders.
-----------.--- --- -- Will answerall communications through let-
BUREAU is now stocked with the Give us a tnal. Address
Early Golden S'eetotatoe*. *
ters and telegrams.
latest time cards and
correct maps, J. A. COXOVKIl
During the past two years I have ,
civil Call write to
raised over two thousand bushels of answers or Manager Palmetto Pharmacy,
L. R. TUTTLE Office in Orlando, Fla., at
Passenger Agent
these potatoes, and now plant them to 31 West Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla.
90 W. Bay St. .Tacksonville, Fla. Reed & Foster's Klables.
the exclusion of other
every variety C. P. AT [OHE,G. P. A.,Louisville,Ky.Lands PLANT SEED COMPANY'S RELIABLE
both for home and for
use shipping
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North. Fine seed for sale at $3.00 for Sale. -Mason n & HaffihinORGANS i tr Boa Q N Ep 3 3GP

per barrel. Address G. L. TABEU, E
A large amount of land i'r sale it
Glen St. Fla. &
3mo Mary, quantities to suit purchasers, in tht : __ PIANOS:

jan25 __ vicinity of Crescent City, Huntington, Highest Honors v.,_ r New mode Do of Wrttefortk.lr1LLESTR&nDCLT&LOGtL A4btsat
-- --- Stringing.
Lake Como Pomona and Forest World's Exhl- not require one- *
For Printing of descriptionwrite moo "' a as ,,
every b 111 ion s for quarter 012 MOUTH FOURTH STRICT SAINT LCUS
to C. W. DaCosta, Jacksonville, Hills. By One eighteen hundred years. much Pianos tuning on the as I Mention thlJ Ptptr.)
J. S. BROWN, p r e.a i It.n >
Styles. $27. to
'L 'rt"- end Gentlemen
Fht'e. nov lG-6m. Fruitland, Fla. fooo.For Cash, E'dI II system.wrestpinFasyPayments Kemarltable WANTED "I, .-I.!.ILwurkatthrirhomes.to take.
--- Rented.Cat for SI t to fe3 a day eaMly trade
AVniited. .- -- --e. -- alopues free. .purity of tone il.. >oi.mvassinjr. Sremlr) Km-
and durability. D1ovmnnt Fnnn.h 'd. \ ,!nw Mi "nrnmn('ROWV
Extra copies FLORIDA DISPATCH 1I0t'J''IW for Sale. tt'F'U. CO.,29-1 Vlue St., Cincinnati Ohio.

(Vol. 4. No. 28) for July 13: 1885. 800 pounds Long Primer, second ORGMAKDPIMOCO.154TremontSt.Boston. EXCELSIOR CARPET STRETCHER.

FLORIDA DISPATCH Jacksonville ; hand od condition. For sale
Address -tT|> Sell.rapidly. Pay.blK..30,000sold.Agent.
SL Union
46 E.1 4th ( Sq.
wanted. Local or traveling.: Sampla free. LW.Mo.vruoss .
Fla. chcar& C. W. DACOSTA. N.Y. 149 Wabash Ave., Chicago. ,tialien.Mich.,Sole)-lanur..Ctarer.THE .


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in Roa! Estato. FRIEND IN NEED.Dr. .

L 285 acres of best hammock lands in Orange
County; 126 old bearing orange trees and 100-
RAIL"\VA $500 will buy a fine residence lot at Prepared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen
Tampa. Easy terms. 000 nursery stock. Sweet,of Connecticut, the natural Bone Set-
... 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 Cential ((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 Siowtr Florida Southern Railroads and the Withla- SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS-TRY IT.PIANDS&ORGANS.
than Jacksonville Time. coochee River. This property must be sold, and offers a
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY MARCH 7, rare chance for investment. Call on or ad-
I rrwill buy a residence lot in Oriole a
1886, Passenger Trains will leave anti! arrive $ I UU
new Railroad town on S. F. R.R., in dress 55
dallyas; follows: Hernando county. Easy terms: concessions. 1 ,, Of all makes direct to customers -
,NEW ORLEANS EXPKES to those who will build. Place rapidly im- from headquarters, at
I BARRS & HUNTER, wholesale prices. AllguaranteNomoneyukad goods
Leave Jacksonville daily 1:45 a m proving. !
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at,....... 7:1 pm 31 West hay Street. I till instruments are received
Leave Callahan daily at_. :21 a m will buy a handsome lot in ParkersburgMarioncountyfacingon ---- -- ----- -- -- -- I and fully tested. Write ua
Arrive at Waycross daily at...._.... 1 WJ5( a m $1 00 Coop THE MOST UNIQUE THING IN THIS before purchasing' An investment of 2 cents may
Leave Gainesville............................... 6:15: a m er Park. Send: for colored map. Property of- I save you from 850.OO to 10000. Address
Arrive Gainesville............?................. 8:25 a m ered very cheap. JESSE FRENCH, ford earn
Arrive at Thomasville daily at.. 1:39 p ju Wholesale JHttribvting Jcp't

Arrive at Bain bridge daily at............ 3:35 p m I CO will buy a large building lot in REAL ESTATE OFFICE
Arrive at Chattahoochee dally at...... 4:04 p m $1 t\j\J Windsor, Alachua county, a flour-
Arrive at Pensacola via L. & N.R.il.io:10 p m isning place. or
Arrive at Mobile via L.&N.R.R....... 2fJ5 a m
Arrive atNew Orleans via L.&N.RoR 7:20 a m AVERY &; BROWN,
will buy 400 acres land adjoining U S. FAST MAIL STEAMERSFOR
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars to and from $5000 Windsor. Easy terms. Only At Mioanoj: Florida. ,

Jacksonville, Pensacola, Mobile and New $500 cash required; balance on long time to iiiey nave all kinds of property!for sale
Orleans. suit purchaser. Lands unimproved and those in the highestt&te
FAST MAIL. of cultivation. Orange Groves, Lake

Leave Jacksonville daily at....._........ 1:40: p m will buy -well located lot of 10 Fronts, Vegetable Lands,Truck Farms,Town
Arrive at Jacksonville dally at,.........1200 m $250 acres at Oriole: land all high and Lots, etc. The home of the Orange, and the Palatka and All Lanilin 11 s sON

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 am Long terms of credit. Only $25 cash required, There is nosuch: country under the sun like
Leave Tboraasvllle at........ 1:20 p m and an equal amount per annum plus the in- that surrounding Micanopy. Circulars and
Leave Gainesville ........... 6:15: am terest on deferred payments. The easiest :information furnished upon application.
Arrive Gainesville..........?................. &:25 a m terms offered on high dry lands in Florida. AVERY & BROWN, UPPER ST. JOHN'S RIVER
Leave Live Oak at......................?....... 9:30 a m Enquire for particulars. mar J-ly Micanopy, Fla.ELLSWORTH .
Arrive at Waycross daily \ 4:20: p m I will buy a fine 10-acre lot close by --- ---- TAMPA, MANATEE RIVER,
Arrive Brunswick via B.& .v.R.R... 8:20: a m $450 station atCandler Marion
Arrive at Jebup dally at........ ............ 5:55 p iu Very ,lands. county.
prosperous place; good Key West Havana and New Orleans.
Arrive Brunswick via E. T. V. &: G... fe:40 p m ,
Arrive Macon via E. T. V. & G' It. RU1:33 p m $Q Q C will buy a choice 5-acre lot at Can- V '
Arrive Atlanta via E.T.V.&G.R.R.. 2:10 p m v-> dler, close by the station. SUMTER COUNTY, a
Arrive Chattanooga via E.T. V. te G. h:40: am'' $400 will buy a 40-acre tract of high roll-
Arrive Cincinnati via C. t S.: R. R.... 6:30 p m iug 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 pill : the S.S.,O. & G.R.R? in Marion county. Satisfactory heart of the.Lake Region.
Arrive at Charleston dally at............ 1:10 a In terms to buyers. '
Arrive at Washington,D.C.,daily at 11:00 pDt will buy a beautifully located PEOPLE'S LINE 8TEA1BRI$
Arrive at New York dally at............... 6:50: a HI $280 whole block of lots in Parkersburg.
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars,Jacksonville Money in it for the right man. Over 300 lots $100
to New York and Jacksonville to Cincinnativia now sold.
Jesup. will buy a warranted speculation or a Cheap -
$ 150 will buy 10 acres good orange land
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars, Washington adjoining) Parkersburg. Home. Lots 170x210 feet. i Steamers H. B. PLANT, of the People's

to Jacksonville. $2500 will buy 80 acres high rolling Send for Circulars.i i Line, and CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, of the
EAST FLORIDA EXl RE.'i8. land adjoining Floral City, in De Bary-Baya Merchants' Line, will run ax

Leave Jacksonville daily 5:00)p in Hernando county. Money in It for subdivision :. II. nVCK IAN, Prop., follows: Leaving the DeBary-Baya Line
Arrive Jacksonville dully at........... 7:50 a m into lots. Terms to suit. Wharf at foot of Laura street:
Leave Callahan daily at....................... 5:40: p m $800 wIll buy 80 acres good high rolling Jan 4-3m Jacksonville, Fla" Leave Savannah, Florida and West-
Arrive at Callahan.............................. 6:59 a m pine land north of Couper on F. t S.: --- -- -- - ----- ern Railway wharf Fast: Jacksonville,
Leave Waycross................................... 8:00 pm R'y in Hernando couaty. Good.neighborhood. SIZli 40 IO FEET, daily on arrival of Mall train..
Arrive at Waycross dally 5:10 a in JOTS, $4. Leave Jacksonville............................. 3:00 p m
Leave Gainesville 3:50 Leave Green Cove Spring.................... 5:10 p m
Arrive at daily at .... 9:15 p m $600 will buy 20 acres land at Oriole lLakeview on Kingsley Lake Leave Tocoi......................................... 6:15pm
Leave Live Galnesvllledaily Oak daily ... 7:15 a m : With Lake Front. 4ijitJO buys a i>-acre F LO R I DA Leave Palatka...............................-...... 8:40: pm

Arrive at Live Oak daily at............... 5:55 pr $1 000 will buy a handsome 80 acre tract tract for Leave Welaka...................................._10:50 p m
Leave Thomasville dally at.....11:25 a m southwest of Oriole, close by Im- All ORANGE GROVE. Leave Astor.............. .......................... 2:00am
Arrive at Albany daily .. 1:41 p a ni in provements; commanding building site; tine Send 2 cent stomp for Map, etc., toTROPICAL Leave DeLand Landing..................?_ -1:15 a m
Arrive Montgomery via Central R. R. 7:10: a m land., LAM CO.. Leave Blue Springs. ........_ 5:00 a m
Arrive Mobile via L. &: N. R. R......... 2:2T m | will buy 40 acres land, high and [>. O. lox 158; Jacksonville, I II1. Arrive Sanford, SoutForidaroad Rail
Arrive New Orleans via L. &: N. R.R. 7:30: p p in $IJJ dry,adjoining town plat of Oriole. IRC if CD Ex-Gov.: Geo. F. Drew, wharf...... ......................._......... 7:00 a m
Intr tn TO I Arrive Sanford, City wharf................. 7:40 a m
Arrive Louisville via L. & N. H.. It..... 2:20)a 111 A fortune for some one by sub-dividing into Jacksonville Rev. C.J' .
Arrive St.Louis................................... 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 $600 will buy 40 acres of land adjoining nov9-ly
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Jacksonville and St. Louis, via Thomasville. preceding.

Albany, Montgomery and Nashville, andPullman will buy 80 acres land adjoining Leave Sanford,City wharf.................. 6:25 p m
Palace Sleeping: Cars to and from $ I250 the Company's lands at I'ember- J. E. M'GINNISS, Leave Sanford,South Florida wharf 7:00 p m

Montgomery and ualnesvllle. ton 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 p m $2500 will buy 120 acres tine land be- Jacksonville Florida Leave \Velaka..........................._........ 2:15am
Arrive Jacksonville............................ 7:00 am tween Dade City and Tucker- Leave Palatka.................. .................... 450am
Leave Callahan.............. 8:00: p n1 town in Hernando county. Leave Tocoi....................... ................. 6:30am
Arrive Waycross.10:15 p m $400 will buy 40 acres splendid highland REAL ESTATE Leave Green Cove Spring..............._.. 7:15 a m
Arrive Brunswick via B. fcV.: R.K.- 7:08: a m two miles from Brooksville. Arrive Jacksonville............................ 9:15 a m
Arrive Albany via B. & v\ It. R-.. 4:00 a in
Arrive Macon via Central R. R.......... 8:10 a m $800 wIll* buy a young orange grove,265 Bought:: and sold. Connecting at Tocoi with St.Johns Rail-
Arrive Atlanta via Central R. R..12:JO n'n trees, some beeinnlng to bear; road, at Palatka with Florida Southern:
Arrive J esu p.......?. : a 111 grove In tIne condition; Clay county, flue Railway ; at Astor with St. John's and
Arrive Brunswick via E.T. V. & G.... 6:00 a m neighborhood; quarter mile from Kingsley Houses for Rent In desirable portions of the Lake Kustls: Railway at DeLand Landing
Arrive Macon via E.T. V. &: G. R, R. 6:10 a m Lake. city. City handled and with DeLand and St.: Johns Railroad; at Enterprise
Arrive Atlanta via E. T. V. & G. R.K.11:15. a m $ I nnn will buy 160 acres high pine land property with A. C., !- t.J. & I. R. Railroad tor
Arrive Cincinnati....................... 6:50 a m in Hernando county; place has returns made promptly. Titusville; at Santord with steamers for In-
Pullman Buffet Cars and Mann Boudoir several hundred dollars worth of improve- Conveyancing done carefully and at short dian River, and with trains of the South
Cars via Waycross, Albany and Macon; and ments on it, including house; Railroad survey Florida Railroad for Tampa; at Tampa with
via Waycross, Jesup and Macon ; between runs thtough place. the steamer Margaret of the People Line
Jacksonville and Cincinnati. Also, Through $5000 will buy 810 acres Onel'locatedland Correspondence solicited. dec216m for points on Tampa Bay and Manatee River;
Passenger Coaches between Jacksonville and in Hernando county. Will --------- .- ---- ---- also connecting with the steamships Mascotte.
Chattanooga, via Albany; and Jacksonville sell all or partHOMES Hutchinson and Whitney for Key West and
and Cincinnati, via Jesuit.CIIAUJ.ESTON ORANGEJHIGHTS. Havana every Monday,Thursday and Saturday -
arriving at Key west Tuesday Friday
EXPRESS. "Healthiest Place in Florida." and Sundays, and Havana on Tuesday, Fri-

Leave Jacksonville.............................. 7:30 a m day and Monday.
Arrive Jacksonville...._.....10:30 p mLeave IN FLORIDA Returning steamships leave Havana on
Callahan 8:10 am High, rolling, fertile lands pure water railroad Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday Key

Arrive Waycross..........?........ ............10:00 a m facilities and Northern society. superior : West Wednesday, Friday and Saturday arriving -
Arrive Jesup......................................._I f'l9 a m Oriole Hernando location for fruit and vegetable culture.A at Tampa Sunday Thursday and Sat-
Arrive .Savannah................................ l:Z5 pm County.Send few choice residence lots given to parties day,at New Orleans on J on day.
Arrive Charleston...............- 6:50 p m for colored who will build houses. Send stamp for full A freight steamer of the People's or De Bary-
Arrive Washington............_. :):to pm information stamp how Map of Oriole and information. Baya Merchant Line, leaves Jacksonville
to home
in Florida
Arrive New York.................10:35 p m close by Railroad in active get a operation. Splen-, nov9-ly C. B. PALMER. daily, at 6 p. m. Returning leaves Sanford

Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between did orange lands. Large number of new MOKKTON l\IURKAY,1| l.'UARLESMcNAR daily,at 9 a. m.
Jacksonville and Washington. groves already begun. Purchasers rapidly Notary Public. Justice of the Peac Racing by the Iloats of this Company if
Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail coming In from all over the Union. Attractive Strictly Prohibited.For .
and Steamship connections, and baggage plan of purchase; but little cash required. MURRAY & McNARY. further particulars.,}inquire ot
checked through. Also, Sleeping Car berths Bargains offered. JNO. BRADLEY, Chief Clerk.
and sections secured at the Company's Office EAST Office Waycross Steamboat Wharf.Jacksonville
In Astor's Building,82 Bay Street,and at Depot W. B. CLARKSON, ,Fia.W. .
Ticket omceiand on board People's Line "Halifax River,"Volusla County.Fla. M. DAVIDSON,
Steamers and Chattahoochee. Office 72J \V. Bay St. stairs General Traffic Agent,Astor Building.C. .
: up All kinds of Grove Lands, splendid Bull D. OWENS,Traffic Manager,
Jacksonville Fla. ing Lots on and near River. Address, wit Savannah, Ga
General Passenger Agent.R. stamp, at Ormond. Vnlusia County, Fla. H.S. HAINES, Gen'l Manager, _,
G. FLEMING Superintendent 1 tJuly' dec Goy Sept. 17.U. Hava.nnahGa. ,';.











I .. L: "// NEW CATALOGUE NOW READY, Wholesale Grocers

f With descriptions of ,


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

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

CHOICEST VARIETIES OF ORANGE & LEMON TREES I They carry the Largest assortment of Fancy Groceries in the State.

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

J. vvvv.: : :HLA/'W'': : : : S 3C SON, FrOPS.71 I ment in Florida.3rd. .

AKJB: GEORGE, FLORIDA. Jan They are selling goods at about New York prices, freight added.
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GEORGETOWN NURSERIES. 4th. They WARRANT every aticle sold by them.

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

-o They employ a larger force than any Grocery House in Florida.

ORANGE AND LEMON TREESBudded 7th. It will be to your interest to send for their prices before purchasing

elsewhere. 26-tf
from tried and approved varieties, and on good healthy stocks. jan
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Also, JAPAN PERSIMMONS, LECONTE PEAKS, GRAPES, and a general line tp
Fruit Trees suitable to Florida Address, hgo 0 SBC
..A..A.eOvv: .A.eE: Georgetown: Fla ..0 M (S.j) 8 .
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FRUIT TREES VINES-A NO- PLANTS : i _.Qit ui -_--. K xJ CDo Ij:
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in variety, other Citrus Fruits, Peen-To and Honey Peaches, LeConte and \",.,.....Q S I .g"t:. s1!:S: o......... CDCO C

KeifFer Pears, Japan Plums, Japan Persimmons Figs, Guavas, Grapes, etc. i go :5 :::: = Q

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Orders from East Florida shipped from our Nurseries on Drayton !j o.... 0- IS c:
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Island, St. Johns River. i i -4- -4 -
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Offer tor the season of 1885-6 a choice stock of 3'
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i .Consisting of the well-tested, named varieties, Homosassa, Magnum Bonum, Mandarin, "fl a ... '
Tanglerine, "Mediterranean: Sweet," etc. Also, ? t'
wo .-&..
Lemon Fruit Shaddock ;;. o C3CD ' Lime
Sicily Grape "" :;+
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FIGS invariety; including the White Adriatic CATLEY GUAVA, both red and yellow by a o !'Lo "-'
EARLY MULBERRY, JAPAN PLUM, and other Fruit and Nut-bearing Trees, Plants 1 1 1 .. ;> iC : m 1
and Shrubs suited to the climate of Florida.C'Lalouii B ta'F.
with pri ces senton application. Address r W 3
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O. K. TIIACIIER, manager, S- t ''1 ::
ooWim San MateoPutnaiu County, Fla. 4 ;: a I.
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G. L. TA.BERPropirietoir, HUll r[ g ..f.tnESJ N CAITLEA.L

I Cows and Heifer bred to bent Nethtrland
Trees a specialty, Including the Honey Peen-To, Albert Sidney,Thurber, and other and Aaggie DuUs.t .
varieties of the Chinese fype" ; also LeConte and Kiefer's Pears on LeConte Roots, and other t I u The Average Records of n Herd are the
Pears, both Standard and Dwarf; Japan Persimmons, Japan Medlars, Kelsey's Japan 4-. t True Test of its Dlerit.
Plums Quinces, Grapes, Figs Almonds, Filberts, Walnuts Chestnuts, 50,000 Orange Trees, A' The following Milk and Batter Records
Shade and Ornamental Trees, etc. Catalogues tree on application. rI .,t 1r5?' I 1 hare all been made by animals now la
REFERENCES-Flist National Bank, .Jacksonville; Messrs. George F. Drew & Co.,Jack- } ti., aN A our Herd
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THE BEST '__ ,I ,t- Three Cows have averagednver }.( Ibs.In a year.
i" ,-- Z Five Cows have averaged over'9,000 Ibs.In a year.
1l WASHERWe I'.7' 5 Ten Cows have averaged :L.,000 Ibs.in a year.
zg We know of about 0 Cows that have made yearly rrco- exceeding 16.000
., and 1.. of them are now in our Herd and kaTenveraiceil OVP .I.300 Ibs. 25 have avIbs. -
.raged over 16,000 Ibs. in ay!>ar. 63, the entire number the Herd that hajiile: yearly records includ-
will "v(fourteen 3 year old- and twenty-one 2:year olds,have averaged/ 1' ,.7"s. 3; ounces in a year.
pnomntee LOVELIj WASHER to do betterwork
Five Cows have averaged Ibs. 7 o.a week. Nine Cows baveav-
f and do it ca-sScr and in less time than any ether machineS bUTTER I I RECODDS e erased 19 Ibs. S oz. in a week. Fifte... Cows have averaged 11 Jbs.G oz.iA1 .
-S iv world \fsrranted five years, and if it don't wash the i a week. Six 3 year olds have averaged 14 lb'+.3 or.in a week. Eleven 3 year olds,the entire number
clothes clean without rubbing we will refund the money. tested!' have_ averaged 13 Ibs. 2 oz. in a week. Six 2 year olds! have averaged 12 Ibs. IS' oz. in a week..
Fifteen year olds, entire number tested have averaged 10 1 VVM.Q 3-10 oz.in a we"le. Tbn entire OfifiT
y 'AGENTS WANTED&S33& anal imported Netherland Family of six COW". two being hilt 3 years old. have averaged 117 2-3 Ibs.in a

PROOF tint weekk.. rbisis the Herd" -from. -' -which' "to get. ..foundAtion. -- stock.-.. _. '-' Prices C" &!,_low'. for..-.quality... "./rmnitor of Stock. "i "'
1 Agents are matins from S75 to S15O per !;.,....I ""'!::''J" 1
month. rarmersmalie$200tooOOdurin5tliovrlnter. Ladles .
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n' = S: Sampleto thosededringanapencySS. the Cele. ASHLEY PHOSPHATE COMPANY
-- brated }{IYSrrOXEVRDiGERS at manAlso ccturers'
i i lowest price. We invite the strictest InvestigationT'your Send ,
a r address on a postal card for farther parttcnlara. CHARLESTON, S. C.

LOVELL WASHER CO ERIE PA. A,.licly Soluble Guano, a complete high grade Fertilizer.

--- ---- --, Anhlcy Cotton and Corn Compound, a complete fertilizer for these two crops,
ThaMachineaarelisht etmng, Fend now If you are interested and also used by the truckers near Charleston for vegetables.
esul runulug,a.tlnlraDle in Farming.Uanlt-iuiiK.ur'1 rucking,
+. in design and finiaPrmrUeal for our 1X86 Catalogue, which Ashley Ash Element, a cheap and excellent fertilizer for orange trees, bananas, etc.
+ alMa? fully describes our Se -DrilU,
Toob. Ashley Dissolved Hones. Ashley Acid Phosphate.Pure .

Ground Raw Bone; Pure Ground Fish, Nitrate of Soda. Sulphate Ammonia, Kalnlt,

S. L. ALLEN & CO. \VLeel-IIoes, Muriate, Potash, Cotton Seed Meal,etc.
and Hollow Steel
127 and 129 For Almanacs and Hand Books,Agricultural Primers, and good articles on Peas, Kalnlt
Standard Hone Iloea
Catharine Street, and Cultivators Free to all. Floats,etc.,address








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SEEDS packets Flower.* eed lOc. ;5pack- MlatWorld'sFaJr.NewOrleao8oYerl2 am
Vegetable -eed lOc. Postpaid. leadinr
CatHlogue free. J. J. HETI, Windsor, N. Y. Wind Mills. The Elf.JtEKA .
after a trial INDSORF'I
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lasting 4 mos.was pro.
nounced the beet overall
Fruitland Nurseries and today standsat
the head of all competitors. Sizes 10
to 18 ft. diameter of wheel.either for
Power Mill Perfect in all
AUGUSTA, GA. parts Pumping plication.and vtarranted.Also Dtfrs.oftheAdamSDl Estimates on ap- : I.. C> :Ft. :I: :J:) .A..

red Draft Barn floor horse Power.
.Live Agents Wanted. Address Mfrs., WINDSOR two to four thousand dollars; two saw and
P. J. BERCKMANS, Proprietor. I OMIT & WOODWARD. *Imazoo, Mich.A. planing mills running two stores upand one
Is the name of one of the prettiest and healthiest -
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towns in Florida, or any other State. established bakery, livery stable, and sev-
Situated on the eastern shore of Lake Neweral orange groves set out miles of streets!
nan, a beautiful sheet of water some nine cleared out-In fact the whole face of the
miles In length, abounding in fish. Nine country. Is rapidly Improving.
The new edition of our Spring Catalogue Is miles east of Gainesville, two miles from
ady for mailing. Gruelle station on the Florida Southern Rail I
road, and four miles west oiCampville station I PKOGKESS.

on the Peninsular Railroad. During the fall and winter two more stores
The stock of II are to go up, one church, one academy,and a
LAND score or more of dwellings. A steamboat is

Windsor embraces a tract of about 4,000 to be put on Lake Newnan to connect with
acres, nearly one-half cleared. The soil is the Florida Southern Railroad at Gruelle.

Greenhouse and Bedding Plants, neither the white sand of so large portion of
Florida,nor the red clay of Georgia, but a ACCESSIBILITY.
Palms, Roses, Evergreens, etc., dark rich loam, producing excellent crops of
. all varieties of vegetables or the finest orange Windsor is easy of access. Take the steamer
trees. The higher land Is fifty feet above the to Palatka whence a ride of two hours on
lake, gradually sloping to the water. Lots Florida Southern Railroad takes you to Gru
Suitable for Immediate planting Is unusually Locksmiths, and Stencil Cutters, varying from four to twenty acres, several elle Station;or Peninsular Railroad to Camp-
large and select, fronting on the lake. ville, three and a half hours from Jackson-
The former large area of glass of our Floral 24 LAURA STREET, ville,and a hack ride of thirty or forty min
department has been largely Increased of HEALTH. utes will take you there. Hack meets after-
late, thus giving every facility for the pro noon train from Palatka.
duction of first-class stock at the lowest JACKSONVILLE, - FLORIDA The wonderful healthfulness of the place
prices.Catalogues. has been the subject of remark for the past i
mailed free-address as above. thirty years. There are people now living I ONE HOTEL NOW OPEN.
Gunsmithing done In all Its branches. there that have been residents for that length We have an excellent site overlooking the
of time and who assure us that for a popula-I
lake, of five acres, which we will donate to
DEER ISLAND IRON SAFE WORK tion of seventy souls there was not a physician any party who will build a good hotel to
called before the war in fourteen years.
accommodate No better
Special rates. on Stencil Cutting, by mall. What of country can make so I be found. fifty guests. place
oct S-tf good a showing? It is high pine land with I can
GARDENS AND NURSERIES --- -- -- excellent water; sore throat and catarrh soon :
disappear here. J i LANDS FOR SALE.

OAKLAND, ORANGE CO., FLA. ORANGE" TREES. CLIMATE. II I Lands can be purchased at from Fifteen to
f I i lOne Hundred Dollars per acre, according to
I location, and whether timbered or cleared.
I Windsor is located on the ridge midway
Pot Grown Semi-Tropical Fruit oetween Ocean and Gulf, giving it a steady Several beautiful lake fronts.
10OOO to select from. Varieties: SweeSeville even climate. No hot nights here and few
and Ornamental Tree, Nonpareil,Navel, Indian River, Magnum insects. I DO YOU WANT A 1IOITIE INFLORIDA
Bonum and Hart's Late, budded in 188118S2 I I V
Plants and Vines. and IS 3 on sour stocks four years old IMPROVEMENTS.Windsor ;
Price, from 25c. to$1 each. I i If so, we would say-take a good look at
No Loss ill Transplanting Is young-barely 15 "
ALBERT FRIES, ofconstructIonWINDSOR before you decide where to nettle.
and there are up and in course
Catalogue and Price List Free, on,application Novl0 11 St. Nicholas, Fla. forty houses, several of them costing from For further particulars,address:
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to the Manager. Address 50 Chromo or 25 Hidden Name Cards, name G J3 GeIFFIN.:: : :
on, 10c. Samples and terms, 4c. Crown I _
A. E. CHAMPLIN\ Ptg. Co., Northford, Ct. nov21eowl3tRrinrt : : ,

nov29-ly Oakland, Orange Co., Fla. your own Bono, 17 West Forsyth Street, Jacksonville, Fla

I UllllU Meal. Oyster Shells, npril 20-6mus 0 R WINDSOR. .
I in the SS ULAJOTD TVTTTiI* -- --- -- -
(F. Wilson's Patent). 100 percent
tOOOOOOrungc Trees for Sale Cheap I more made In keeping p o nl- Jacksonville and Panama ParkFl.ea1
Twenty thousand budded from bearing trees try- Also POWER MILLS and FAJtM:
of the best and choicest varieties on sour FEED 1'11J..LH. Circulars and Testimonials sent
onappUcaLtion.VILSON BKOS... oton,Pa.SAM .
stocks three and four years old. Our stock is
grown on high, dr>, light soil, Is hardy, --L .- '\VeekThe- ------- Es-ta-te: :Ex.cb..an.ge.: : :

healthy and free from Insects. We aspire to r- POLIC G..ZET'.l'.cwillbe .
offer the best trees for the least money. 823 I mailed,securely wrapped,to any address In tho
to $30 per hundred, according to quantity.J. United States / OQICTO for Three Months CITY AND SUBURBAN PROPERTY A SPECIALTY.Bearing .
.BROWN & SON on receipt of One Dollar. Lib
nov6-6m Fruitland, FiR.Nnrsorios eral discount allowed to Postmasters,Agents and

Clubs.The POLICE MAILED!! GAZETTE ONLY legitimate Orange Groves,choiceBuiIding] Lots and good Garden land near the city for sale.
ofKcwYorklstho Houses and Truck Gardens for Rent and excellent land in lots of half an acre and upwardsin
of Lake Woir .Go. Journal publlsttedontheAmerican Illustrated Sporting and Sensational good location, for sale on monthly payments to parties who will Improve.
& I continent. Apply! for terms to FREE' flip1 Groves planted and taken care of,houses built and improvements made for non-resl-
: Richard K. Fox, Franklin Square, New York.Afu1FOR 3-300,000 Sweet Seedlings and variety of other fruit trees for sale.
and Lemon Trees.
100,000 Orange 4$- Money to loan on Improved property.

Our trees are very thrifty, three and four \ I RON tIJwQrGAQ J. S. BELL, Notary Public. .
year old stock,%to 1]/ inch diameter, with Office Hours at No. 1 Reed's Block, Bay street City, i rom 9 to 11 A.M.
At Panama. Park from 2 to 6 p. M. sept29-U
one year old buds. Nurseries easily acces-
n'Me to Florida Southern Railroad. send fortalogues. UANG! !

AddressE.. B. FOSTER, Manager ( l; I 0 u _

dec2My a_____ ___South Lake Weir,- Fla. + CINCINNATI, OHIO. + oftice to Shipper of Oranges

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I simplicity, durability -
wing and distzitmthq ,and power. .I1ttfi
Our Brent
KOSKK.WB Specialtyh J latest novelties and fine I /tellableAgents attention is called to the IEW: SCHEDULE
in different sizes and pnoes to em t I I THE special ol Shippers arrangement ol
standard wants.. Over sorts 4.r, tU rhoicf varietia to ebooeetrom.W. wanted In all unassigned ', these old established Railroads through Georgia, in co: section with the Cincinnati Southern
.Bend strong Pot Rowe e&fe17 b}"mail, to all Let territory. 1 i and Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railways t Western Points. Inquiry into the
OlDoee purcha.eer'. choice of nrtetie8. all libeled, I, Pumps, Tshiks. and Wind Mill i 1 merits of the roads that constitute this line, will sat'! fy (Shippers; as to their reputation formed
3TO'12 PLANTS S8 to SIG t Supplies of every Suburban description.WaterWorks i reliable Train movement. These roads are long establ ,and their Schedules not expert
SI.according p r Dudre4. 1 Farm a and specialty. Illustrated 11 i ments. Just claims promptly paid. Any information regard to the Line cheerfully given.
to ralne Two rear Roses by express. Oar Catalogue and Prioe-List free. I We give below figures that will show the best possibl TIME between Jacksonville and Cin
Npwuld.18 pige elegantlyillustrated.dreea .Fne. The Phelps&Bigelow W.M.Co. cinnati,and all points West:
TilE nl NIfL & ( tNARI) Co.. I desiring to take of these routes rill
advantage directions
Pa,; Kalamazoo,Mick." ,and 1216 West Shippers give explicit and see
hose Growers.. West (;rove Cheater eo. Oth Street.K_.M('10'.dda- that their Bills of Lading or Railroad Receipts, read tt Savannah and Central Railroad of
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pure blooded Pigs, S10 a pair, not akin.
NURSERYl\JEN.: Address .
Our stock of Fruit Trees is large and fine, Way cross.! (,1\t .

and in good order. New Fruits among whichare Leave Jacksonville....................................((8. F. & W. Rl ............... ................................. 6:00: pm
the White Adriatic Fig, San Pedro and SAMPLE TREATMENT Leave Gainesville.......................................( ............_ ............................._. 2tfU: pm
White Genoa. CATARRH Leave Savannah:: ..........................................................:... ... ........... ............................ .. 3:40 pm
Catalo ue free. AddressA. ':.a.EE Leave Macon...................... .................._..............._........ ..?........... ......_.....................::.. 2:38 am
J. BEACH A SON, I dear sufferer.that we Leave Atlanta................................................._.............. .............. _.............._............... 9:35am
sen'2S-l) Palatka, Fla.. So Efeat mail Is enou2"b our faith to coDrince that we can you.cure FREE.you Send tosc.stampgtosoreteWenae Leave Boyce..........?........................................................... .................._........................... sW: pm
--- --- -. will &po&ta.Ic..!: B.&LALDEBBACII i tO.itewarkfiJ. Arrive Cincinnati........................................................? ........._...".. ."......_..................... 5:00am
- Leave Chattanooga..................................... .10: pm
FREE TO F.A.M. Fm Colored Enrr.rlnr! of the 60) Fancy Pictures!, and 25 elegant Leave Nashville................................-.......IL-IIZIZ ITZZZZZ"J1"T.ZIZ: &5 pm

Old lodge l Sun in N.Tavvni America In Philadelphia was tirgkntMd In and which held.the Alto fintl CARDS Fringe.Cards Hidden in Gilt Name Edge&c.Silk, 1 Arrive Louisville................... ..............._................. ....... ............?... ....?.................. e.-00am

'Oc la".. Illostratcd Catalogue of MMonle books and Songster$SO Prize Puzzle,and W. H. LUCAS, Agent, G. ..\. WHITEHEAD, G. F. A.,
!rods with bottom pric**. Alto offer of lint else
Jacksonville Fla.
lOct"Game of Author, lOct*. Savannah Ga.
bu.tn.at.F.A. M. REDDING A CO.. 8 parlor games!, all for "
A..oate hiW1.P.n and>>.ur.c&aren.'Ill' >< ro.4way.NewYorb IVORY CO.. CUntonvllIe, Conn. I W. F. 8HELLMAN. Traffic Manager
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Tariff Western Cities from JacksonviMe\
Callahan, Gainesville and Live Oak,
Per I I I I Per Per ,
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Augusta, Ga............._.. 30 $GO 00 (Cedar Rapids i I Ind..i .........; Portsmouth, Ohio......... ... .........
Atlanta, Ga.................. 35 70 00 (Champaign, 1 I I Lincoln, Neb.. ...?.........1 9. i 156 40i! Peoria, 6.'i 116 00Plttsbur
Atchison, Kan.............. ...... .........; Dalton, Ga...... I lu'OIJ, (la .I' 25 I 50 00 Ill.1 66 126 00
i Adraln, Mich............... ...... .........1 I Dayton, 0........ : I Mobile, Ala..I 40 80 00 I Q ulncy ...... .........
Ann Harbor, Mlch,...... ... ......?, Delaware, ., I Montgomery Ala......... 35 I 170 001 Rome Ga. ............ 40 80 00
Alton, 111,... .......... .. ... I.........1 Defiance. Ohio. \ : : Mansfield, Ohio............ ... .........1' Rock Island-I............1 I ...... ....._..
Anniston, Al s.............. 40 80 001Birmingham !Detrolt. Mich_ I \ :\Iasslllon. .i .1.1rt. Rochester, N. Y..I t 68 13100Sandusky
....... 40 80 'DanV1l1eIU... :: : :\ Vernon, Ohio........ ... .........1 I !: ............ d5 11600
Bloomington, III .........1 ... ..... 001.I !Davenport Ia. ,. '' i 1 Memphis, Tenn........... 4,5 I 19000' Sioux City, Iowa._?......., .. .....
Burlington Ia._............ I I .... I Dubuque, 'I : Milwaukee, WIs.........?. 70 :120'00: Springfield, Ill......_.... .. ...... .....?
Belleville ill......_.........i i ..: 1..1 I Des Moines, :: : I:Madison Ind................ ... ......... St. Joseph, Mo...".".'''':.I ...... ........
Buffalo, N. Y ................. 66 Denver, Col..... i I Minneapolisl1nn..?... ...... ;......... Lonis0.... ....... ......1 65 .116 00Sagina
Bay City Mich..._.........j ...... .... Dixon, Ill........ 'i i :Madison, 'Vis..... .......... ...... ......... 'v. llch.......... .., ... .........
Bristol, ''J.cnn......_....._ ... .... ,Elyria Ohio.... i ''Montreal, Canada.?......! ...... .........1. Springtleld, OhloI ... .........
Cleveland 0..._... 70 120 00 Evansville, I I Nashville.Tenn............ 45 190 I 001 St. Paul.l\linn............... ...... .........
Clncinnat}, Ohio.....:,?: 55 100 00 East BaJdnaw, New Orleans............... 45 I 90 00, Toledo 0. ................... 70 120 00
Cairo, Ill.. ................... 60 110 00 East 8t.Louis, I Newark, Ohio................ ..i Terre haute, Ind....._ 60 11000
Columbus, Ky.?......?.. 55 100 00 Emporia Kan ().I (Omaha, reb.................. .... ... Toronto, Can................ ...... .........
Columbus, Ohio........... ... ......... Erie, Pa........... : Ottawa, Can................. ...... .........I, Topeka, Kan................ 95 148 00
Columbus, Ga............... 35 70 00 Fort Wayne, I ,on City Pa.. ................. 66 12600: Urbana, Ohio................ ... .........
Council Bluffs, la_.?... ...... ......... Findlay, Ohio. [ i : ''Pekln, Ill. ...................... ... .........1 Wheeling W.Va.......... 66 126 00
Chicago, 111..?.........?.... 65 116 00 ,Fremon, II ::. ,Pana, IlL......................... ... I......... Winnipeg. Man............ ...... .........
Chattanooga, Tenn_.... 40 80 00 ''Fort Dodge ;Piqua, Ohio.................... ... I.........!

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Stations Jacksonville of Savannah Callahan, Florida, and Live& Western Oak.....Railway...................... I 1 t 30'': 60 l 30 t 6 Z1 55 :1I I : : .

: Gainesville, stew Branford......-.....-.............................. i 401 80 \ 401, SO; 37 75 1 . .
Landings on St. Johns river........................................ I 40j 80 40 80: :371! 7,1) I" . . . .
Stations on Fla. So. Ry north of and Including Ocala .' 90 ; 4f 1 90 42 85 : . . . .
Stations on Fla. So. Ry. south of Ocala. ...................... : 471 9' I Hi" !95)' 41 90, I . . . .. .
Stations on Fla. So. Ry., St. J. & L. E. Division-........ : : ; 95 47. 9.i 47 05 . . ..

t Landings on Lake Santa Fe-.....?..................................f'I I 551 I ... i : II( ... . . . .
......................................................................... is: 110 55;i I :lU 5i 1 10 . . . .
Landings on Manatee River.......................................... I .. ,I .. i I j' .. : . . .. . . ,
Stations on J., 8t. A. A 11. R. Ry......................-.......... ... "'...," l '.' . . . .
/ Palatka..................-........................ ................................. 40; 'S 40''; S0, :"ii I 7'5 .1. . . .. . .
St. Augustine............... ......................?................. 1 ...' ......\ ...t ...... !. ... I ......' .1. . . . '
Stations J..T. & K. WRy...... ..............................-.. I I . . . . .
r J I Landings on South Lakes Florida Eustis Railroad.and Harris ......................? I : 59 1 .25: : : 521 I"ffi I 52 I l "ii5 i I . . . ,

} Stations From Belair on McKinnon, inclusive ....-................ I 50 I 00,1 I 501 loo 47 1 9.3 : I . . .
From Kisslmraee to .Acton I inclusive..................... .. I : 55 I 10; : 55l10! 52 : 102 I. 'I . . .
From Plant City to Orienta, Inclusive...................... 60, I 201()) 00\1\ 20 :157 1 15' . . .
j From Winter Haven to Bartow, inclusive............... )' : 6.'ir' 130';' ; : 6'2 I 115 1 . .p
Stations F. It. & N. Co. north of and including l : I 451 451} 90. 421! 8.1) II . . .1
,1 Stations on F. R. &: N. Co. south of Ocala .............. 471 0011) 47: 9.'} i 00, 1 . . ,
Stations on Sanford & Indian River R. R.?................ : : I : ; I ..I I ...t .... ... !. ......' . I ; . t
t, Stations on Tavares, Orlando & Atlantic R. R........ I .1 ... I' ...... .. ...'' ......1, ... i ......1 \ : . .
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the Standard barrel must not exceed that of an ordinary flour barrel.
'I over the above will be liable to pro rata excess ol charges

Double daily'fast freight service for all points West I estimated at Y11tkXpounds) ) or 400 Standard Boxes. Excess of this
Daily fast freight all rail connection via the !1 11)1'00<>" rnr "rn rata "y..1] v>r' hr''i( : nfs. ir-pthe to on* d. Inwtlon .

and Coast Including New York, Boston
points, will not be required, but good order and condition of shipments

PTTUweekly connection for New York via the Ocean requirement. It is clearly understood between the shippers and the
and Fridays.Twice that no responsibility shall attach for loss or damage, however
nab Wednesdays
a week, for Baltimore via the Merchants it be from negligence, and that such low must attach solely to the
Savannah Tuesdays and Fridays. line such negligence may; be located.
Weekly connection for Boston via the Boston by this Line in good faith to connections at those points will not
p by this Line.
Savannah Thursday.
We6kly connection every for Philadelphia via Ocean full name and address of the consignee must be given for insertion in
on the Way-bill.
Western will be at double rates.
I Balling days of Steamships are subject to change points charged
taken for less than f 1 to Boston, SeW York, Philadelphia and Balti
: beyond, they will be charged In addition the single package rates of con.
INFORMATION 10'OII cost of transfer.

To make through rates from points tributary to receipts and information furnished on application toany of the agents
lines to above rates. 11 needed, apply to Agents of the lines, or to
Box for ,
The dimensions of the Standard
I Manager Savannah Oa. Oen'l (Freight Agent.Havannah, Ga.p ,
M estimated at 50 pound .. ... .. ..


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Kissimmee West Kissimmee and Ii.{ : : 4
City, 1.- ... ...:.t. The Finest Town between Palatka and Sanford.
Rosalie.i!:-;: :: i i

;c: Good Business Point.
Also for Lands owned by _;. :,;= '-- _- Finest Lands. Best Paying Groves. t
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Write for Information to
A.&G.C.C.&OKEECHOBEELANDCO. .i{' : '+ qt Q u h ; cl4-ly BURTON K. BARRS, Seville Fla.

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Correspondence Solicited. .... --

Special pains taken to select and suit views of buyers,either for settlement orllnvestment--
Town Lots,Orange and Fruit Lands,Cane and Rice Lands,Stock Pasturage Lands. O. ...8... J3C: >.A..Fl.JD 1\L.A. r, .A..gent:
These Lands Include all varieties of upland and lowland,and are Oranges, Lemons -
,Pineapples, Bananas,Sugar Cane,early vegetables,etc. and are chiefly In the Counties OFFERS FOR SALE
of St.Johns, Volusla, Brevard,Orange, Sumter, Levy, III}l borough, Polk, Manateeand
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. Hlce,
Sugar Cane,etc.,and are generally: accessible by steam navigation. EVERY COUNTY INCATTLE
Address all correspondence about the above lands to

vCTili.a1m' cJan.n.on.:: : ::SOU.tb.: L2ci: Eas1; ..L' 3cxr1c1 .

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E. R. TRA1, FORD, General l\Jau.ner.: TIMBER LANDS,

90,000, Acres of the Finest Lands in South Florida !
Land.. specially selected for Oranges and LCIMOIIM.
march 9-ly P. O. Address, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
hundred deep,clear spring lakes,within a radius of ten miles. Their high banks -- ----- ------- -
Umbered with a luxurious growth of pine and oak, and being on the very summit of the
dividing ridge of the peninsula of Florida. Its dry air offers an inducement to the invalid.Its British of
beautiful and diversified scenery, boating,fishing, etc., offers the finest opportunity for Colony ,
people of taste to acquire a lovely w.nter 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-
ture of the orange and other semi-tropical fruits, and the fact 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-
.''s.,rard8,and will be soi on most favorable terms to Improvers or settlers. Special inducements offered to genuine settlers, not land speculators. The

the mouth of the Anclote river, on the Gulf coast; high land in full view of the 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 I
groves,rich bottom land,perfectly drained for vegetable gardens. A sugar plantation of 200
acres now being established by a sugar planter from Cuba, who selected this point aaerlooking leading railroads, affording immediate transportation to Jacksonville.
over the whole State. Post-offlce,store, church, school saw-mill and all requisitesfor
settler. Protected from frost by the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico on the North-

west.This Company have also rich and alluvial lands in Sumter, Alachua and Orange Coun- Address J. C. ROXBURGH,
ties,and first-class sites for building purposes all along the South Florida Railroad. It woulddo
well for prospective purchasers to look at the lands offered by this Company before pur- nov2tf 39 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
chasing elsewhere. .
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For full particulars address, 2,000,000
BLOUNT & WHITLEDGE, Bartow Polk County,Florida.
G, M. MORRI8H, Anclote, Hernando County, Florida.J. .
E. LAMBETH. Gainesville,Alachua County,Florida.novSMyr FOR SALE B')
A. C. MARTIN Mackinnon, Orange County, Florida,or toE
R. TRAFFORD, General Manager,Sanford,Orange County, Florida.

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Disston Land

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

Sumter, Hernando, Hillsborough, Brevard, Baker, Polk & Manatee,

: Land and Improvement Co. Consisting of the finest Orange,Farming and Grazing Lands in the State of Florida. Price?
1.25 to>f5 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.

Kissimmee Land Company. L. N. WILKIE, S. CONANT, i

Chief Clerk, Land Department. (sep'jyyl) General Manager.Forwarding .
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Acres of Choice Lan .
2,500,000 3

StravilierrvShipping AROUt Fruit aua VORotablo Pacng
for sale in East and South Florida, adapted to the cultivation of Tropical ,

Fruits, Sugar Cane, Rice, etc.

and Commission House S., F. & '\'. K.K. Wharf,

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

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

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

prices. Oranges direct from the groves for sale by the single box or car-load.
Pine and Forsyth Streets, Jacksonville, Fla oc5-tf novSOtf2i6 ;


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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1886, 5.50 a. m., [ESTABLISHED 1871.] >_
220,000 ACRES Trains will leave and arrive as follows:


SOUTH FLORIDA LANDS.Situated I, I',,' w b.',c..0') '','' owe: :s .I.aoz' ..:. FRUIT AND PRODUCE

STATIONS. i I : OJ' C, I oZI"dZ, l l gzI CC :hI.t ISSIC1T: : MERC23.4:: :: T S.
each side of the .IcdZ ( I (II
on I (,I I C, ,0 I.QI a

South Florida Railroad and its Leave- -r-I-i-i I : I AM -I I i AM

Bartow Branch R. R. Wharf "'-I......-!......-:I...-...I...-... ,I...-... 326 and 328 North Delaware A,'e., PhiladelphiaIan
Sanford.......: 01 8401_..... I 4 30110 00 7 50 1 22.tf.
J tBelalr.........! 3 8 50!......_I: j 421010 I 8 05
In the Counties of Longwood...' 10) 9 05 ....... 50010 25 8 40
Altamonte 12 913:.........1 5 }0110 a3 I 9 00Maitland. ZEstubltNlieci 1871.
Orange, _... 9 20'':......- 5 2f,10), 45 93)I
Polk Winter Park 18)! 9 '; 52811055 955 6. W. SHALLCROSS & CO.
I 28'.1
Orlando....... 9 1120Kissimmee. ,
Brevard, 40110 Ol 520'1' 64.1205 1 30

Runiter, tHalnesClty 61'11201:' j, 6 17'P.M.PM......_?i.! ....... ,!i-...... FLrTxr: .A.. I> :lFLC>I>LTC'E::,

and Ilillsborougli. Bartow J'nc 6811 6 b7 ........'......_ 350
Acresof Auburndale 7211 401 6 bO .. .....t........ I 4 15 94 PARK PLACE, NEW YORK.
83,000 ,
PM'' I I I
Lakeland..._. 8312: 20 7 501.-i-...... 5 40 Consignments of oranges solicited. We have a trade that consumes all our oranges with
these are NEWLY acquired Lands, which Plant City... 931213 8 20'.J.>> 635Setfner out having to send to auction. Remittances sent on day of sale. JuneS-ly
_........ 103\ 108 8 48 ... 7 20 --------------
having been for several years i userved from Ar Tampa... U5 1 401 9 25 ..._...I..._... 800
ESTABLISHED 1876.Commission .
sale are now offered. BOUND.

These lands comprise all claste*and gradesof ,' kNl:.1 I' : ctS_ d..I\ .::00.

.,! Vic! ro ,.: cSTATIONS. o b. 0' E. BEAN
South Florida soils. High Pine and Oak J ?
Oz OZ ;
I oz ,
I w wZ .. Q I ... .
:s ,
Lands among the Backbone Hills in the famous 0 -
i.::. '2-2- I_ Merchant and Forwarder
Lake and Hill region of t e Peninsula. I I ,
I Ii Leave- PH : PM A M

of i Tam pa.........1 0 200''..._... 530 ..._... 630Seffner. Waycross Railroad Wharf Jacksonville Fla.
Lake Views and Lake Fronts large
; areas ......_': ,
...... 12 2 30......- 6 05. 7 15
timbered with Pine and Oak Plant Clty._ 22 250......._ 6 40 ..._.. 8 20 Branch Packlng-Iiouse, Way-cross Railroad Depot, Gainesville, Fla.
table lands well
Lakeland..._ 32 315..._... 7 30 ..._...I 9 50
I Low well-timbered Pine Auburndale 43 3 40 ..._... 8 00 ........ 10 35 Or n.e s :Lemons:
undergrowth; Bartow Jtnc 47 3 55 ..._... .._1 1135jHalnesCity ,
Lands; Prairie and Marsh Lands set in rich lj 4 08 _...... 818.. PH ...-... And other Fruits and Vegetables,
AM L v
native affording good pastures for Kissimmee.. 75 5 15 6 05..8 30 2 00 130 PACKED SHIPPED AND SOLD.
grasses Orlando...:.... 93 6 00 7 00 2 50 3 25 ,
cattle. Also, Town Lots are offered In the Winter P'rk j 97 612 7 15 ..._ 3 02Maitland. Reliable Correspondents in all the principal cities of the United States.
_... 100 618 7x3: ......_ 310 4 15
thriving new railroad towns of Kissimmee, Altamonte_ 10'1 6 Zl 7 35 _...... 3 25 4 4o c.reen.: I..emon
Longwood..105 6 35 7 45......... 335 5 1tBelalr.
Winter Haven, Bartow, Auburndale, Lakeland ......... 112 6 50 8 07 ......_ 3 50 5 40 RIPENED AND PUT IN GOOD MERCHANTABLE SHAPE.
Ar. Sanford 115 7 00 8 20.......- 4 001 555
I Plant City, Seffner, Mango,Orient and R. Whart..._ I 1 I G-rOwer SJu.pp1:1.es.Have : : : .

Pemberton Ferry Branch.-S.F. R.R. a full stock of Growers' Supplies-consisting of Cottonwood Thin Wood for Orange
Dade City. F'st--- --- F'st F'st Boxes, which makes the Whitest, Lightest, Strongest and Cheapest Box In use. Beach
-' F'stM'l.. M'l Ft. (Bangor) Thin Wood, Dressed Pine Heading, Hoops, Manilla Orange Wraps, etc., etc., all of
For further Information apply to Land De- :: Ft. STATIONS. the best quality, and cheaper than the cheapest.
19. 21. 20. 22. q

partment of South Florida Railroad Com- I' .. .. Agent for the Sale of the Stevens Sizer and the Dayton Tramway Fruit Car
I P.M. A.M A.M P.H.o
pany,Sanford, Florida.WALTER i I 5.15 5.40 Lv Pembert'n Fery Ar 9.3i 7.05 75 Send for Circulars and Stencils. sep4-tf
5.17 630.Owensboro......... 8.58 6.20164
11\\ 5.58 7.00J! .........Dade City.......... 8.48 5.58159l3
GWYNN 6.17 7.301........._Rlchland._......... 8.30 5.20 52
43 7.35 9.00!.........-Lakeland-......... 7.40 3.5032 !
Janl2-tf General Land Agent. 53 8.00 Ar I.........Plant City........... 6.S5...... 22 w. N. JUSTICE
63 8.25 1.............:seflner.: ............6.25.. ...... 12 '
--- --- 75 8.55 Arrlve..Tampa..Leave 6.00 .......i 0
W. M. LKDWITH. F. C. SOLLEE. -- ---
Bartow Krancli.-Daily except Sunday Wholesale Commission Merchant
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LEDWITH & SOLLEE, South Bound.
f I No. 313 North Water Street, PhiladelphIa.

REAL ESTATE r 13. 15. 17. *1 Large shipments remitted on day of sale, small shipments.weekly.
1I oc9-6m!
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Office No.7 Herkimer Block,
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Leave.-Bartow Junction.....'' 0'tl.50 4.10 8.20 -
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Leave-...WInterHaven._..._...I' 512.05{ 4.25 8.40
Headquarters for Halnes City Property. Arrive_..Bartow............._......117. _12.40_ 5.00 9.25
North Bound.

STATIONS. g Pas.!!Pas.;Pas.
HAINES CITY. r- dfrtl NO.I&Ft, No.

:412.11.: I 16.18.;
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r ECURE TOWN LOTH. Leave Bartow.........._......j\ 0 5.30 2.501; 7.0011O.-W:
Leave Winter Haven. .112 j 6.12 3.25, )

Arrive__ _Bartowjunction117'_u _._ _._..___|__'! 6._ :"_O' :3.40-- --7.54111.2".,-----
Sanford mid Indian River Itailroail.

Land with Dally except.Sunday.. I
Healthy, High, Rolling g[I I -,[)",,,,., ,P.S.I- ,t tI I If, M
: ,Jcr-t STATIONS. No.-: ;
Beautiful Lake Fronts. -1 ZJ. %1'' ;_:
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I1 M. A.M.I,
I): 5trIlv..Sanfurd.!!) ... ....ar S.I,,') I 17J
3i! ;,.17 ........tFurt! Itwi....... 7JS II
Thin is u Rare Opportiiiiity to I'urcliahc 51'' s.2.),....... ...tUullc ge..j, i.tv! IJ4!

Lots on the Highest! Tract ._ _6.l_')_:Ar..Ovldeo..lyl_ __ .___ .. __ l .7.IQI_ u; o_ .. 4 A

Flag Stations. Trains No. 3. 5, l and 7
of Lund in Tropical Florida. Dally except Sunday. No. I and 2 Daily. ,
Indus No. 4, 6, lu and S Daily except Sunday. i
Train No.3stopKat" La..elatl.I'or i break fart.! '
Train No. :2 stopaat:' Ki-siiumee tor sup or. :
Halnes City is situated half way between Trains No. lit! and *'II"> Daily. Trai"O.i" : aud :
Hanford and Tampaand right on the South 22 Dally except Sunday. ,
Florida Railroad. It is situated; on the highest Connects Sanford with Sanford and Indian #
land in South Florida-rich,rolling and River Railroad I 1 for Ovideo and points on ,1 : ;tm c
healthy This excellent country lies to the Lake Jessup: ; with the People's Line anti
southward of large takes which protect the DeBary-Baya Merchants' Line of Steamersfor 'C
tropical fruit. There is no frost here. The Jacksonville and all intermediate points
fact of the Indians having selected this section on St. Johns River,and with Steamers for In- D. D. ROGERS. i Li..air.R.K.

of country as a home demonstrates be- dian River and Upper St. Johns. D. D. 1R' OirE'I}' l.S & CO.;
yond a doubt that It is absolutely the richest ,
At Kissimmee with Steamers for Fort Myers
portion; since it is their aim, on account of
and points on Kissimmee river. DEALERS IN
and Bassinger,
aversion to labor to find the most fertile
tracts; thus affording large returns from a Railway At Pemberton for all points Ferry with Florida East and Southern West, 1\1.1: :Er: .A. :L FL C> C> :1'IG: ,
very moderate expenditure of labor. with Southern
Come and see this town before buying else- and Railway at Bartow for Fort Meade and points South. Corrugated Iron, Fire Proof Iron Sliutters, *c., Metalic Building.Supplies.

where. Through Tickets sold at all regular stations State Agents for E. Van Noorden &. Co's1TETALIC.
points North, East and West. INGLES.
Halnes City, Polk County, Fla. FREDERIC H. RAND,
Read for descriptive circular,free. may25-85 Gen'l Ticket Agent. 74 West Bay street,JACKSONVILLE, FLA

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Boston and Savannah Steamship Co. Practical Experience Proves that

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

Georgia, Florida, Alabama, the South and Southwest. .

First-Class Passenger Accommodations. THIGH GRADE CONCENTRATED MANURESQ

No Transhipment.* S3* No Extra Handling "=u

Cabin Passage, $20; Excursion $35.00; Steerage, $12, "=' -I -I
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The superior Iron Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail from O en I

Boston every Thursday at 3 P. M., and from Savannah as follows : O 5C> --

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GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge.................................................Thursday, January 28, at 12:30: p: m \
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley ................_....................Thursday, Ketmiary, at 0:00: p. m z : : O
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge.................................._..._........Thursday, February II, at 10:30 a. m
CITY OK ){.\COr Capt. Kelley..Thursday, February IS t, at 6:00 p. m Q ;
GATE CITY. Capt. Hedge.... .............................................Thursday, February 23. at Ihuo a. m .- r
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley.........................Thursday, hl.l'chJ, at 5:($) p. m oO r'/iiY6: .. -
GATE CITY Capt. Hedge........ .. ..?..Thursday, :March: 11, at 9:30: a. m DCO 0, m(
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley.............................._..............Thursday, :March: 18, at 4:30 p. m = .
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge.......... .. .......................Thursday, :March: 2-5' at 10:00 a.m W
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley.....................-. Thursday, April 1, at -l.-OO p. ni AR 1t 'JTIIJS B 1.KT I N] tUSU.
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge..........................................................Thursday, April 8, at 8:30 p. In
Prof. Isaac Stone, In his article on Orange culture In the trade edition of the Times Union
Through Bills of Lading and Tickets over Central Railroad of Georgia, Savannah, Florida October,1885,says: "Of all the fertilizers used on some 15,000 trees,the ( lark's Cove Orange-
and Western Railway, and connecting with East Florida by the Waycross Short Line. Tree Food gave better results than any other used." Send for Pamphlet and full partlcuj
(Florida Dispatch) and the Steamers of the b s Island Route.W. .
H. RINu Nickerson's Wharf, Boston. Iandec7-tf WIGHTMAN & CHRIS OPHER, State Agents.vvrL.I..J.A.1IJ .
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For Freight apply to RICHARDSON & BARNARD, Agents, Savannah, Ga. -- --- -

For Rooms and Tickets apply to : : : : .A.. :J3C>LTFI.:3: ,
epl-85 HENRY R. CHRISTIAN. G. S. Agent, 66 Bay Street.
(Successor to J. E. Hart,)

The Oldest Seed House in the city. (Established 1875)' .

20 West Hay Street Jacksonville,

T I M E -FOR- c .A.FLJE1'I.T: : t3EJElI>S.I .
I Ir
55 to 60 Hours -., handle none but the Best and most Reliable Seeds. My new Catalogue will be sent free
between '' NLW YORK on application Also, Wholesale Dealer In

Hay Corn Oats Flour Grits Meal BranWheat



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

Giiitrunteed. M\ Anu.l 78bl.
Steamship Company.Central .

( or 90 Meridian Time.) K r
Passage Rates Between Savannah and New Y OfK. TRADE J&ff VMK.
To or from New York, Cabin, $25; Steerage, 813; ; Excursion (return trip), $13.50.
THE Magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: NITRATE SODA, JT \ KAINIT, ETC.

FROM: SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK.TALLAHASSEE Prices on application. July 27 tf
Capt. Fisher ................................ ........._ Friday A pril 2-- 4:30: p. m -- -
CITY OF AUGUSTA) Capt. Nlckerson............................................:Monday: April a- 6:00: p. rn \.IiIt-tf1:: : ; Jl.toI ::::;J;;; '!Y'._.i"m JU-- --.x.-: 'f.I.,: jL.-; _-.-. : -;-:..---.-- :..: '
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. II. C. Daggett...........................Wednesday, April 7- ;::Oa. in
CHATTAHOOCHEE. Capt. Catharine.-............................?................Friday, April J H- J:30 a. m
NACOOCHEE, Capt. Kempton. .......................................................Monday:: : April 12-12:00 n'n USE H. J. BAKER & BRO'S
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher.................................................Wednesday, April ]15- 2:30: p. m
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nlckerson" ..........................................-Friday, April w.j< ::0 p. m
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. H. C. Daggett.................................Monday, April W-!> 6:00) p. m OelebratedORANGE
CHATTAHOOCHEE! Capt. Catharine......................................Wednesday,April 2i+-: 8:00 a. m
NAUOOCHEE, Capt. Kemptou ......................................................-Friday, April 23-10:00: a. m
TALLAHASSEE, Capt FIsher................................ .......................Monday, April 26-12:00 n'n
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson.....................................Wednesday, April 2*- 2:00( p. m : TR EEti'
CITY 01<' SAVANNAH, Capt. H. C. Daggett.....................................Friday, April:303:30) : p. m

[ Steamers FOR PHILADELPHIA.These do not carry Passengers.. ] : 'IJ:.I.n ;*:c>:: k iore1Ti1:: y .. r(4 A FiURE.

DESSOUG, Capt. ................................................................__.Saturday, April 3- 5:00 p. m
JUNIATA, Capt. Daggett.................................. .............................Saturday, April 10--10:00 a. m ifliIT
DESSOUG, Capt.- ............................._.......-.......?.............saturday, April 17- 5:00 p. m WILL PAY YOU !
JUNIATA, Capt. Daggett-............ .......................................... ....Saturday, April 21-lu:00( a. in

..Ammonia . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.50 per cent.
Connecting with the Savannah, Florida the Sea and Island Western Route.Railway (Waycross Short Line) and Available Phosphoric Acid . . . . . . . . 4.00 "

Offer to the Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line. Potash . . . . . .. . . . . . . 12.50 "
Through Tickets and Bills of Lading Issued to principal points North, East and Northwestvia Soda. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.00 ..

Savannah. For further particulars apply to Magnesia! . . : .. ._ . . . . . . . S.oo ..

HENRY Pier No.YONGE 35,North, Agent River, New York. City Exchange G. Building M. SORREL, Savannah Agent,,Ga. Lime . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.00 .'
W. L. JAMES, Agent, 13 S. Third Street, Philadelphia.J. This justly celebrated Manure has ben thoroKjjhly: trird<< for years in Florida, and) always
D. HA8HAGEN, Eastern Agent, Sa,., Florida & Western Ry. Co., :2 tH 1 Broadway,N. Y. Avitli the best. results. It is no t.h'n.ctl&I-F'rtlhzcr.but one vhich has!' stood the
For Rooms and Tickets apply to lest. for VINIIS: sntl it" -rapt-1Iv ns d .llIllU' fail ti> repay its cost many times over in the increased -
aug 183-ly H. R. CHRISTIAN. Gen'l Soliciting Agent,6B Bay street.SHERIDAN'S yield of Or.wg'Lgl1: ral health unit ru.jilt ;:roxvtli of the tree.

... .- u. It is, and always, has been the same 'itlpcrior Fertilizer as when first introduced years
and \\e jjuarante'u th.it it quality will 1 he 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 oources of Ammonia,
Phosphoric Acid, \:..'.
: Our ORAXttF: THEE 71aiiur sccurfly packed in barrel of 25Olb .|

CONDITION I b 11 Send for descriptive pamphlet toPe
POWDER s ; ; McQUAID, Jacksonville, Fla.,

IB absolutely pure-and '::4 Vhre a full supply t.f it iscon-tantK: <>n handler toW
highly concentrated. t 5 I
1 ounce is worth a 11.
of any other kind. It strictly a medicine tobe given with fond. Nothing on earth will make hens lay like
it. It cures chicken cholera and al du uos of ncns. la vorth its weight in cold. Illustrated book b3'JU&11
free. Sold everywhere or sent malt for 25 cents in stamps. 2 1-4 Ib. airtight tm cans $lj .
by mail. $1.90. Six cans by express, p id.for $5.00. DR. L S JOHNSON & CO.. Boston. JMasa. i Kreeland A < o.Tavares, Kla. : ury derson, Mandarin Ha.

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