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: April 26, 1886
Publication Date: -1889
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1876.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -new ser. v. 9, no. 3 (Jan. 21, 1889).
General Note: D.H. Elliott, editor.
General Note: Published at: Live Oak, Fla., <June 20, 1877>-Feb. 11, 1880; and at: Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 18, 1880-Jan. 21, 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (May 8, 1876).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: Florida farmer & fruit grower (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Florida dispatch and farmer and fruit grower

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rapidly) 'and wash away the soil best crops of fruit. There is much to the tree, and at less expense than if :

i r Qrpve( and Orchard;; ;,f fronfaround, .the tree., After the trees diversity of opinion on this important the top be allowed to form near the J

: ,i.. :are in the ground ,they should be branch of the science of horticulture. ground. They say the entire surface

MAKING AN ORANGE GHOVEl*,. leaned a:little towards the prevailing Various methods are pursued, from of the ground, and especially the soil

1<" winds, and then cut back to a mere, that of allowing the trees to branch at near the trunk of the tree, should be
f The Way .They do It in California.
straight switch, about thirty to thirty- the ground to that commencing to. well cultivated, not only for the pur-
;; Without the first cost of the landtan' '
six inches long and all the ,leaves removed form the top to an unreasonable and pose of destroying the weeds but to
orchard four old will
orange ,.
years from* the body except ,those undesirable height ; from that of severely pulverize the soil for the retention of
cost not less than $200 an. ..acre-and
; this with no allowance for interest on growing 'within."j*(, _twelve inches'.of the letting them alone, allowing moisture ; and that the direct rays of

k of the top. By removing these extra nature full ana unrestrained sway, to the sun should, as far as possible, fall
the The land will
money costf,:$150to .
", leaves the tree is'induced .to/make an that of a continuous cutting and hack- upon the whole area of ground in the
$200 and-iui&
an acre' additional
better I eariy g'1 iId"the-! ts"nre ing. :.F :::h! p: ;*i rl a: 'to rifr.QQf\} OJCfhfccL 0ur", .moflte_ nenced orange -- .,-
to pay the larger sum, if that
relieved of the strain or supporting the opinion and practice does not exist growers think the soil needs the
will secure any advantage in soil, climate -
leaves which grew in the nursery.It among our fruit growers or any other warmth of the sun, as well as cultiva-
or water right. If old
one-year I' is said that an orange tree, while branch of fruit culture. tion, that the trees may receive the
buds and cared
are set out properly
being moved, is the most delicate tree There are involved in pruning several full benefit of the moisture in the
for, the end of three years will show
we have, while when growing in the principles, among which are the ground, and that the fruit may be
rjuite a sprinkling of fruit-probably a
'orchard it will stand as much neglectand following : fully developed.In .
thousand in ten acres. The
oranges abuse as our hardiest tree or First-The removal of the branches low pruning, as the trees increasein
fourth year the trees in such an orchard .
shrub. In removing orange trees from the trunk of the tree, to ad- age, the area densely covered with
yield from fifteen to
l from the nursery the roots should be mit of cultivation close to the tree shade by the limbs and leaves in-
twenty thousand worth from
l oranges sacked or carefully puddled, removed with a horse and cultivator. creases, till eventually only a small
i $300 to $600, and after the fourth
year promptly to the orchard (the holes Second-The removal of part or all part of the soil receives the benefit of '
the income ought to increase '
very rap- having been previously dug), and of the limbs that cross or rub one the sun's rays. The soil must conse-

idly.Good immediately placed in the ground, another, or that grow to close together, quently be comparatively cold con-
trees will cost one dol-
orange an irrigating stream being turned on diverging from one point. tinually, and not so conducive to the
lar each in the and are worth
nursery as quickly as possible and the ground Third, thinning out the center of the health and growth of the tree. Nearlyall
r it to man that wants to set out an
any thoroughly soaked so as to settle the top of the tree, cutting out all non kinds of plants, deprived of the
orchard. As a rule our trees are now :
t, earth about the fine roots. The men producing branches, to admit an ample unobscured light of the sun, make a
set out twenty-four feet quincunx
f apart, who set out the tree should not be allowed supply of air and light.A sickly and unnatural growth. Plentyof
being twenty-four feet in
apart to tramp the dirt over the roots, wide diversity of opinion existson sunshine-the more the betterwith -
rows, while the rows are feet
1 ., twenty as the water will settle this much bet- the first proposition. There are an ample supply of moisture and
and nine inches This gives
apart. ter than .1 they can, and the day after strenuous and enthusiastic advocatesof thorough cultivation, is the prime
room for eighty-seven trees to an acre,
planting is sufficiently early to finish low pruning, allowing the branchesto requisite topromote: a/quick, healthy
and brings each tree at a point exactly
I : up the job of piling the dirt around grow within two or three feet of the vigorousjgrowth; and to causelusto
I twenty-four feet from all its neighbors
;" the tree, removing the extra leaves, ground. The usual arguments in realize thefull: fruition of our hopesin
all the round. This is an abundance -
way' staking them, if necessary, etc.-Rural favor of this method are, that it shades the sizejquality andgeneral: excel-
'' of room, nless the soil is quite
lence of the
Californian. the trunk of the tree from the direct product.
light iu.d in that event ..
or no *-
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rays of the sun, and that it also shades
orange trees should be planted on it. PRUNING.From THE OLIVE.
the ground, thereby preventing evaporation -
I '; The seedling trees should be planted a long article on the subjectof and it is claimed, to a great IAllU 1a.1..1 ppl.Orchard.TheNewOrleansSlate8of.

':' from twenty-seven to thirty,feet apart. pruning fruit trees in a Los Angeles, degree ; hence a moist condition of the : ] ; : January

'': No orange 'orchard should be set California,paper,we take the following: soil. 15th, contains an interview with Am-

Ie i' until the ground is very carefully lev- Some, horticulturists consider brose Maginnis who
" prun- The advocates of what is termed possesses an or-

eled, as this cannot be done after the ing a necessary' evil. It would be a "high pruning" are nolessenthu- chard at Ocean Springs, Miss., on the

P d I trees are planted, and care should be superfluous operation if the tree I| siastic in defense of their theory. Gulf of Mexico. Mr. Maginnis had

exercised not to have too great a full, would grow symmetrically without it, I They argue that it admits of betterand: just received a letter from his.;manager -

x>r the water in the ditches will roll and in the best form to produce the I' more thorough cultivation, even close in which, he stated that although.

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the trees had suffered consider- THE LEMON FOR PROFIT the of this
orange peninsula portion State now turned to the diversification of

aly from the severe cold, the olives The Adaptability of the Halifax Coast to should not be made equal in the pro- their crops, and that a new era is

were all right. "I was fully preparedto the Growing of that Fruit. duction of as fine a quali y of lemonsas opening for profitable occupation on

hear this," said Mr. Maginnis, Probably nowhere does the lemon any other country, especially the farm. If this proves true, the
future of the
farming prosperity
"knowing as I do that these plants are grow more luxuriantly than hereupon many countries in which lemon cul- assured outside of Orange growing.L. .

much r too'hardy to be endangered by afew the Halifax coast. Occasionally, ture is a success ,Jo not. have as fine a Jacobs, in Florida Herald.

: days of frost. I have frequentlyseen though rarely, the trees, when not pro- climate or soil for that purpose.If Jacksonville, April a. 886.

icicles two inches long hanging tected properly, are damaged by frosts, our grove owners will experimentin Peach on.Plum. 4 Stock.

from them,and besides it never freezes especially when the latter growths have this line and report results actually An up river fruit grower is "strik

more than five inches deep, whereasthe not hardened. Heretofore the great obtained we should be pleased to pub ing" wild goose plum cuttings to be

roots run down at least twelve trouble with our lemon crop is that the lish the same.-Daytona Journal. used as stocks upon which to graft
fruit --- ..-.-------
inches. My trees now vary in height grows so enormously large if allowed Peen-to and Honey peaches, claiming

from eight to fourteen feet and can to ripen on the trees, becomingcoarse EFFECTS O F THE COLD. that it is the only plum that will growas

standany! weather that comes along. in structure and flavor, it is not Observations In Fruitland PeninsulaI fast as the peach. The wild goose

With me it is no longer an experiment.If marketable in competition with the have just returned from a trip to may be the best plum stock upon

my orange trees have suffered as Sicily Mediterranean fruit. From the Fruitland peninsula and have which to "work" the peach, but we

badly as !many believe, I shall have some little .experience we have alreadyhad gathered a few facts relative to the cannot see what TS i to- be gained by
condition and future
them pulled up by the roots and replaced and statements made by those present the orange groves of prospectsof Putnan. grafting the peach on the plum.

by olive plants, as I am con- acquainted with the foreign method of county. The groves on the east side Peaches of the Persian strain, compos-

vinced the latter are far and away the handling lemons we have concludedthat of the river have escaped with much I ing most of the varieties grown in

more profitable investment. I think it is not so much the fault tf the ]less injury than those on the west.I more northern latitudes are a failurein

the day is not very far distant when varieties now raised in this section as lIessrs.V right F.Stearns have a very Florida whether on peach or plum
between Fruitland
the whole of the coast between here the lack of knowledge and consequent Georgetown grove, protected by a well roots. But those varieties that suit

and Mobile, and between Mobile and improper handling. Five or six differ- wooded river front hammock, and Mr. our soil and climate, especially of the

Pensacola, extending twenty-five miles ent varieties of lemons, to wit : Sicily, Stearns informs me that they did not Chinese and Java strain, grow as

inland, will be one vast olive grove. Genoa, French, Ever-bearing, Lamb, lose a single tree; he stops cultivationthe thriftily, and do as well in Florida, on

The agitation of this matter has and the so-called Florida lemon aboundin beginning of October. The groves peach stocks from southern natural
generally are looking well and
brought me many inquiries from all our groves, but all, if allowed to ting out new foliage, but the prospectfor put- seed as the peach trees of Delaware or

parts of the South. I have alreadyon mature upon the trees, become coarse, a crop of oranges is decidedly blue. Georgia.
thousand and thick-skinned and lose much of their In the have bloomed
order over two trees, many groves trees ---.r--

from what I hear, I shall soon be in acidity. Upon this account they have well but very little fruit has formed, LEMONS AND LIMES.

want of at least ten thousand more for not proved as remunerative as the or- the blossoms generally falling to the Advantages of Forest Protection.
ground. My main object in this com-
myself and for those wishing to exper- ange, which requires no special treat munication, is to give the fruitgrowersthe Long years of residence in Florida

iment. I regard the growing of olives ment. benefit of an accidental discovery and other countries has confirmed us

as an unquestionably. good investment Nearly a year ago we were looking I have made in reference to the cul- in the opinion that lemons and limescan

for all who, with the requisite capital, around the premises of a gentlemanwho ture of the lemon. Some five or six be more profitably raised under

will take the to cultivate has some large lemon trees. years ago I planted some Florida and
proper pains very lemon also the shade of other trees than in the
Sicily seedling trees, a row
and keep in order the ground and pa- One of these had required trimmingand of about fifty Sicilys budded on sour open ground. Our hammocks are the

tiently wait until the plants begin to several large branches loaded with orange stocks. The January freeze best places, if the underwood is cut to

bear, that is, until they attain the age fruit had been cut off.. These branches. killed the seedlings to the ground, give the necessary air and light. The

of five years. They may then be cal- had been thrown aside in the shade but the budded:Sicilys to my astonish- fruit will be found to be larger,

culated to produce fruit to the value of and the lemons which were not over ment, intact and satisfaction, not even a remained branch unhurt in- more juicy and a handsome velvety

fifteen dollars per tree per annum, although half grown and about the size of the jured, and are now putting on a new color and the overhanging trees will

really, as the tree improves I I lemons usually sold in Northern markets foliage, and some are blooming. As protect them from frosts. Limes

wonderfully each year, the crops should had turned a beautiful yellow. there were two seedlings in the above grown in the open air are apt to be

be worth more on an average. An They were smooth, well formed and mentioned row which were killed to caused by the sting of an insect, but
the ground it doubt
seems beyond a
olive tree lives in full vigor until one upon cutting one open it was found to that the remaining trees have became those in the shade are not affected in

hundred and fifty years old, so that all be very agreeable in flavor and thin I inoculated with the hardy prop- this way.-Florida Agriculturist.

who invest now will materially benefit skinned. erties of the nature sour orange stock.: e 4 .

posterity. It is usual to plant them Carrying these lemons home we Whether the facts above herein enu- Pruning.It
merated have been discovered by other is safe to go pretty slow about
about twenty feet apart, and from found they were much the finest of any I
fruit-growers than myself, I have no pruning an orange tree the first or
eighty to one hundred to the acre. we had yet seen tor use. This beingin
of but in the
means ascertaining, many second keep the little
year, ufi'only
August is also a time when the fruitis 4
Thus each acre will eventually yield essays on the culture of the citrus
suckers that within
start out
something like $1,200 to $1,500 worthof in great demand. i family, that have been put before the twenty
iI I inches of the ground, and leave the
which I have I do
I public, preserved,
olives a year. We are informed that in the lemon
not see anything written pertaining to rest to mature. A water-sprout, start
"I still undecided where sections of it is
am to producing Europe cus-
the subject. If I am right in my conclusions ing anywhere from the body of the
cure the rest of my plants. Mr. Pohn- tomary to g ther the fruit as::; soon as it that the lemon budded on native -: tie.should, : he promptly cut off.: Do

dorff here (the gentleman from the Pa- reaches the standard size, without regard sour orange stock, become inocu- !j
t touch the close the
i m++ even sprouts to
cific coast was present during the conversation to maturity. It is then placed I in lated with, and pertakes of, its hardihood -I
for the first few months the
then the lemon be as
) recommends the California a close house, sometimes submitted to can grown I
successfully in Duval county, for these I little trees need breathing room in
olive and if the railroads will only sulphur fumigation which cleans
trees have stood the temperature of 17 making their first effort to recover
give us a reasonable rate, they will do helps to color unit preserve it, and degrees below the freezing: point. On t Irum the shock of being removed.

well enough. At present, however, when it has reached the proper stage, my way up the river, at Welaku) Mr. i 1 Rural Oiliforninn.
Wm. Reed name on board, bringing j ____ _
there is more economy in purchasingfrom it is boxed and shipped.Of o. -e- --- --
with him of six feet Seedling trees in Northern '
a sample rye high, i j orange
Italy or from Spain. Application course we not think this is all I
the ears of'which were well filled with California have proved J less
has been made to the Southern that is necessary to enable us to securea the It the Rev. susceptible
grain. was grown by
to the effects of frost than those I
Pacific Company to pack olive trees proper reputation for Florida lem- N. Woodworth, who has a half acre
above the wine casks on the special ons, but it would be advisable to ex- of it which will average five feet in that are grafted, the same as they
height. He also has some fine oats I have done during the late freeze in
wine cars at a-low rate. If this requestis periment with as well as make further
which, as also the rye, was grown on i Florida. Many valuable sorts have
acceded to we shall undoubtedly invest trials of different varieties. There can j
also been thetA from
produced seed-
pine land somewhat fertilized. I find i ..
in California olives most ansuredly be no.good reason why that the attention of the farmers i iA 1 j ling tree-&.

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equally as profitable as an acre in Strawberries in Bradford County. I flavor{ the green pea, but lacks it sweet

'Vegetable Arden : orange trees. We have such a varietyof The Lawtry correspondent of the taste. The boiled soja is also preparedas

i glasses and forage plants that thereis Time Union, says : "The strawberrymen a cake and as a sauce! being fer-

'DIVERSIFIED PKODUCTION. no necessity for one going out of the are handling more money than mented for the latter purpose, and
alt, pepper, etc., being added. The
Halite More Vegetables and Forage Among State'for hay. A horse and cow kept the orange men, and will for some :auce has a high reputation among the

the Orange Tn
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: tion with forage raised on the place this place reached the respectable a condiment, but as a medicinal

I am pleased to see that you are would be a great lessening of expensein aggregate of 1,782 quarts, for which agent. Chemical analysis of the seeds
calling the attention of the people of show them to be rich in proteiue.
fertilizers. With such a varied there was paid $178-for transportation.The very
the State to a more varied system of The oil is available for many uses-
agriculture.You system of farming we should no be so New York dealer, C. S. Darling, for burning in lamps, or even as a sub-

!utterly bankrupt when the orange crop !owns four refrigerator cars, which are stitute for olive oil. Being somewhatof
cannot urge this matter upon hauled for him by the Florida Rail-
failed. OCCASIONAL. a siccative nature, it is not adaptedfor
readers too and too way and Navigation Company for the
your strongly
Daytona, Fla., April 20, 1R86. a lubricant but is for that reason
often. There should be "line upon f especial accommodation of the straw- useful as a substitute for linseed oil
SHIPPING ST11AWBEKKIES. ; berry men. The car yesterday was in the manufacture
line and precept upon precept, on full-about five thousand of paints and in

this subject, until a radical change is Ventilation vs. Itefrlgeratlon. when it left this station in the quarts-noon other similar industrial arts. Finally,
to complete the list of virtues of this
brought about. If the late freeze Mr. Frank O borne, agent of the passenger train. A visit to the large Celestial, the vines give an excellent

should be the means of turning the Southern Express Company of Savannah j plantation-of Messrs. Shipnmn, Lewis fodder for horses and cattle.Boston

attention of the tillers of the soil to amore is endeavoring to create a revolu- & Me Culley, Noble, Stafford, Knick Cultivator.

diversified of it tion in the manner of shipping straw erbocker and many others, discloses a .
system farming, high state of activity. The price obtained Cabbage Worm, Etc.
will be the State. berries from Georgia. He claims that
a blessing to
great for the first shipments, $1.50a An river writes
up correspondent :
"It is never safe to all the berries should be kept dry whilein quart, of couise does not
carry your,eggs prevail yet, I do not know of a remedy for cab-
in one basket" is an old adage and a transit, and thoroughly ventilated, still they are getting forty to fifty cents
bage worms that is not than the
true one and is signally applicable to instead of being shut up in the dampair clear of expenses, which pays pretty worse

Florida. in a refrigerator, which causes themto well. The productiveness of the plantsis disease. It generally appears late in

astonishing. I counted on a single season and goes through everything in
There be doubt but that the rot more rapidly when taken out
can no in
plant William Fisher's beds ]138 short order. The cabbage lice are the
"orange craze" as the mania to possess' and exposed. He is exerting every berries and -ertile blossoms On a
worst here this Tobacco
an orange grove is very properly effort to have the express charges re- patch containing! 2,444 square feet season.

called, has very seriously impeded the duced on berries, and hopes by this ((52x47)), Mr. G. Mattison picked yes- dust is used with good effect, just a

terday forty quarts, of which he ship- small amount, and causes the lice to
induce the
material prosperity of the State through means to growers to adopthis
ped twenty seven quarts. curl up and drop out.
the and labor of the plan and ship their berries throughby
confining thought The preeminent fact in all this mat- All here! will be cabbage
crops light,
agriculturist to this one industry to express, believing that they would ter is that it is mostly young orange the best of

the almost entire neglect of all other reach their destination in better condition groves which are producing those anything probably.Too .
yields-a fact full of much rain for potatoes and all
keep longer, and demand higher encouragement to
crops.A prices. I men of small capital. I do not see root crops. Too cold and wet for

few years since, we were told that why the combined orange and straw- cucumbers, plant tomatoes
egg etc.,
Noticing effort Mr. W. H. Pillow -
vegetables could not be grown on pine berry system should not become as and everything will be a month later
of this city, speaking from an experience celebrated as the 'triple culture' of
land will still
some persons say so, than usual. Gardeners
: of twent -five years in cultivating North Italy, which consists of mul are feeling
but it has been* repeatedly proved to in
badly of
and marketing strawberries, berry trees and grape vines growing i in consequence poor
be a mistake. Any land that will rows with wheat in the strips between. crops.
and who for several has been
years en- '-.-.
the citrus fruits The
produce successfully, strawberry will pay current expenses -
Cabbage Worm.
will produce vegetables successfully. gaged in shipping strawberries from and make the living and the or- Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH :

. Jacksonville, cautions the public ange would come in as the resource for I
A study of the soil, climate and the gardening near Lakeland,
against this experiment, and contends old age. Polk county. I have some
seasons, with careful serving and very pretty
that the fruit be carried >- cabbage. The has
can safely to green worm made
and of fertilzer
a judicious use -
A New
market in properly constructed refrigerators Plant. its appearance and I am afraid I shall
are the chief essentials to success. The latest in the lose them. Please
craze vegetableway suggest some
in which
a perfectly dry at-
There is no excuse for anyone who is the Soja hispida, a species of to get rid of the pest. 8. M. S.
is maintained and in which
mosphere 2 1886.
has land that will grow oranges being leguminous plant, somewhat resembling ,

without a full supply of vegetables for wet strawberries can be placed and in habit and appearance the well- Black pepper mixed with brine will
dried and this kind of
his table almost the entire year ij he soon ; atmos known pea. Unlike the latter, however kill the worms. Apply to the plants

wants them. This would not only; phere can be maintained throughout it has two distinct industrial with force pump or syringe.; ED.
uses, -
the Northern cities and thY
journey to e DISPATCH.
greatly lessen the expense of living as well as well as dietary. It i is _. .
fruit landed there in salable .
good condition --- -- -
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but also add to comfort and health b
highly prized in China and Japan, Along the Coat.
has been times
as proved too
substituting the fresh, juicy food, for mention. Of there and is said, indeed, to tike scientific c There is prospect for a fair crop of
numerous to course,
the poor, stale canned stuff that is so title from the
are so-called refrigerators not worthy Japanese name of a oranges season on the Atlantic
common.It $auce-sooja which is made from itseeds. s coast from the Halifax river south-
of the name, in which a "atmosphere"does .
The seeds
are similar to
is said that more out very ward.
money goes
prevail, and the fruit cannot be "marrow fat" pea, but contain a large h_._- ___
of Florida fur alone
every year Hay carried in good con iti"n except whilethe t quantity of oil, which is either pre*se d Truck.

than the orange crop briugs in. While weather is cold. out of them or boiled out in process of Large quantities of English peas

I have no ,means of knowing the truthof cooking the seeds for the table, which are being shipped to Northern markets
He : "For several ;, as i is
says years
this statement, I am inclined to believe is effected by simply throwing them from Columbia
well kuowu I have been i in
it. This is almost entirely fin- into boiling water, when the outer skit -
shipping strawberries from Jackson bursts and floats to the surface, to

necessary. Any man who is !startinga 1' ville, mostly: in refrigerators, but more gether with a quantity of oil, both the A handful I of linseed meal fed to

grove can grow among the trees. or less by express, and all my experi- oil and the husks feint skimmed o p'each cow or horse at least three times

until they come into bearing provender -1 to that not five together. These may be either used 1 a week will not only regulate the

enough for a horse and not injure ence goes prove percent as cattle food, or the oil may be separated bowels and promote health, but also
,of the strawberries in Florida
but enrich grown and employed for( varous pur I loosen the skin and hide
his trees in the least rather prevent
can possibly be placed in a profitable -
poses, while these are still valuable as bound. .
the soil by so doing. market without the use of good 1 a feeding stuff or as a manure.
refrigerators. In fact, the certaintyi The Big horses of pony build rate in
One acre of average land set apart peas are boiled for about twenty

for the purpose and properly managed which the crop can be handled in I I minutes, and furnish a dish which i is I value somewhat in proportion to size ;

this way is what gives to it a very ; highly relished; not only by the Celes- but big horses, slabsided and loose-
will food for horse
produce enough a ; much value than it would 1
greater I tials, but by the Europeans who have jointed, are not worth as much a*

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and to the men individually involved immigration. It was said by a recent have come hither in the last years, fellow -
]VIiscell in)'. severe indeed. At the same time that visitor to,that State that the principal mortals in the same predicamentwith

he holds that the wage worker has not business seemed to be transacted on yourself and bless the benevolent
the part of hotels where tourists were
1NUUHTKIAL DEPRESSIONS IN THE received his equitable share of the ben capitalists of the North, who in the
UNITED t STATES. entertained, and on the part of land
FOB TIlE FLoRIDA DISPATCH. efits derived from the introduction of speculators who always had land to last year have reconstructed miles of

Under this. head Commissioner machinery, he says: It is true that sell suitable for orange culture. railroad to connect this outflowingstream

Wright, of the Bureau of Labor, attempts in these countries where machinery has of dissatisfaction with the great

to solve the problems of labor been developed to the highest, the The California twenty thousand, just now,or is more a busy of State.tour- trunk lines for CaJi lrnia.

under an array of statistic* which, greatest number of workpeople are en- ists and immigrants are a fresh inspi As for the land speculator, we see

however instructive, do not to our gaged, and that in those countries ration ; and the other thousands with him a few years hence amid deserted

mind quite reach the conclusions to where machinery has been developedto their faces set this way are, sure of a homesteads, vacant hotels and over-
which he attempts to arrive. He little or no purpose poverty reigns, hospitable greeting. grown citrus groves ; surrounded by

shows that during the past year seven !I ignorance is the prevailing condition, We are glad to learn that Californiais the ruin he has made, for him we fain

and a half per cent of the raanufuc' and civilization, consequently:; far in booming," that tourists fill her ho- would drop a passing tear, and we

turing and mining establishments have : .the rear." tels, that sturdy pioneers are transform- .I wonder if the time will ever come when

been absolutely idle, which has deprived We leave the commissioners: to solve ing her virgin forests into verdant the modern newspaper can even in its

our million of laborers of em- the paradox. fields, and that home-seeking immi- own interest, be induced to misstate or

ployment, and this idle million he Considering suggested remedies fordepressions grants are making her waste places misrepresent. the facts.California .
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the commissioner bloom as the rose." We want to see + *
holds is a loss to the consumptive power says,
of the,country'of at least a.million of among other things, that "a halt every nook and corner of this broad at Chicago.

dollars per day. We confess we not should, be made in freely granting landsto land of ours prosper. Time was when It was a grand conception, worthy of .

quite comprehend how a million of corporations, for however valuable Florida, poor, self-deluded Florida, California spirit and enterprise, the
men in idleness could subsist on a such grants may be to the public in- I thought to prosper on these lines her- plan of a Citrus Fair at Chicago. As

million dollars per day less than terest in developing great lines of rail- self. But through no fault of her own, the San Francisco Chronicle remarks,

when employed.We ways, the result is that the lands con- she has been denied a place in the pro It was a happy thought which in-

can understand how the pro stitute a basis to a greater of less] extent cession. As she sits dejectedly upon spired varied the quantity transportation of citrus of products a large and to

ductions of the factories may be reduced for speculative purposes. The effect the curbstone, with her finger in her the east for exhibition. Talk is very

from idleness, and how this reduction that the enactment of laws to stop spec- eye, while the great car of progress good, but something which the eye can
may add to the value of exist- ulation would have, if they were specifically and development" passes by, it i Is rather behold to sustain the argument is bet-

ing stocks already produced, but the applied, would be for the public hard to be pelted with mud by the ter still. When Moses sent his spies
into the land of Canaan, they were
consumption of food and clothing of good. It might be well to enact laws metropolitan press, but when Califor- shrewd enough to understand that if

the idle operators must continue, and allowiug no organization to put its nia-California-her competitortheonly they told the plain unvarnished truth
thus the home markets for agricultural stock upon the market without the full Italy of America" worth about what they saw there they wouldbe

products would still remain the same value of its capital stock paid in, eitherin mentioning.vhen California passes disbelieved and looked upon as ro
the of the in in the and deliberatelyturns mancers. So they hung a few bunches -
unless the production was increased by currency country or high up pageant
of poles and bore them
the resort to agriculture of the oper- absolute property. Many corpora- and puts her finger to her noseit back grapes to camp.upon These served to sub-
ators. tions are organized for the purpose of is the last straw-she can but hide stantiate their accounts of what they

He says "prices have constantly floating stock, and with a glowing pros- her diminished head," and wish from had seen. It was occular] proof. It is
fallen and the profits have constantly I pectus the stock is floated. Under I the bottom of her heart that she had thus with the Citrus Fair. The pea

diminished until many industries have j this head, too, would come the question viewed the whole performance from exert ple who a look and upon favorable those exhibits influence will
of and in the crack in the back fence. great
been conducted with little or no mar- ( corners trading futures. yard upon immigration."
gin to those engaged and a great low ( It cannot be denied that both inflationand To be sure we can remember when
Like our home spring exhibit, this
ering of wages in general." Now, if contraction disturb values, and the boot was on the other foot, when fair was the result of personal effort of
the relative proportion has been thereby disturb industry, and certainlya her oranges were frozen, and her or-
citizens of three of the five counties of
maintained, we do not see that the sound currency is demanded by laborin ange trees were nipped, while verdant Southern California, viz: Santa Bar-
has of order that the laborer may know spring reigned the winter through withus
wage earner any bara, Los Angelos] and San Bernardino. -
the the value of his earnings at all times but that is ten years agone and
plaint against wage payer. ,
The main idea of the fair was
He says that to do the work by and it is demanded by the producerthat times have changed.
that the people of Chicago ) havean
hand he may calculate with reasonable There is little comfort in the bloom
now by
opportunity at home of seeing with
"in mechanical indus- accuracy the cost of production. that fills our groves from Palatka to
machinery our their own eyes what three counties
Key West with promise of fruitagefor -
tries and upon our railroads, would A VOICE FROM CALIFORNIA. could produce,and secondly, that trade
the trees that bear them are dead.
require men answering to a popula- For the FLORIDA DISPATCH: might be opened between Chicago and
tion of 172,000,000 in addition to our Speaking of the influx of locusts and the Herald and the World have said it, that section of the Golden] State.

present population of 55,000,000, or a immigrants into California, and par- and they, like the Bulletin from whichwe
Southern California the San quote, are truthful papers. "Until two years ago", says the
total population with hand processes ticularly Tribune, "the fruits grown in the valleys
and horse-power of 227,500,000, which Francisco Bulletin says : There was a time when Florida attracted there were consumed at home; two

population would be obliged to sub "There can be no doubt that this more winter tourists than Cal- years ago there were some shipments,
sist on present means." winter influx of population is inti- ifornia." A time gone to return no amounting to 1500 carloads; this year
mately connected with the prosperityof want to double these
they figures.
Think of it thous-
The present cost of operating the more. ye sixty
the State. Already the industrial These good California people have
railroads of the country with steam character of Southern California has and tourists sojourning in the finest come all the way to Chicago to show .
power, is,in round numbers,8502,000- been entirely changed. It amounts to hostelries of America from Jacksonville the fruits of their labors, and as they
000 per annum ; but to carry on the a revolution. And this change has to Indian River, and from St. are both capable and energetic and
same amount of work with men and been brought about without the least Augustine to Tampa-think of the not at all backward in showing the
friction. There was a time when Flor- fine points of their ware, there is no
horses would cost the 811- golden forever past.
country age
ida attracted more winter tourists than reason to believe that their mission
308,500,000." These figures show the California. There were more laud And pause, lonely settler of the here will be a failure. Chicago knowsa

enormous benefits gained by the coun- speculators in the former State. But Piney woods," in your earnest strug- good thing when she sees it, and her
try and the people through the appli- for, some or for many reasons, the bulk gle for the wherewithal" to pay your merchants are never slow to take up
of immigrants to Florida were not sat- back "God's anything that promises a return."
cation of motive power, at the same way to country" once
isfied. The winter tourists disappeared -
time they illustrate the extreme view in the spring. They did not care more-pause and think for a momentof The railroad companies apprecia-
of the displacement of labor, which to make their homes there. Yet Flor- this bulk of dissatisfied immigration ting the advantage of more extended

the commission considers permanent ida has profited greatly by a Northern of the hundred thousand that intercotif'se, extended every facility






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for the quick transportation of all products tion, (by a lever for that purpose from amounting to nearly as many acres. est on money loaned. Interest has no

from the vigorous growing or- the platform, side or top of the car,) The Western men who try this ex- bad years. For interest it never rains
and instantaneously and under any too much or too little, its harvest is the
ange trees full of fruit to the mineral strain or tension, avoiding the neces- periment announce themselves very same be the winds high or low, or the

products of gold quartz, fire clay, sity of "backing up" the engine for well satisfied with it, and think that frosts severe, or whether Chinamen or

mineral paint? marble and limestone. that purpose. they will have someting to take the grasshoppers invade the country. But

Hanging on the wall of the exhibi- 4th. It can be uncoupled withoutthe place of the white pine when it shall into that sphere I could enter, I had

necessity of immediately separating not capital enough to buy the indus-
tion building, was a very large map have been eradicated by the immense
the cars, and so l left, and the cars try and life's blood of my fellow men,
bird's view of California demand now made on it. The Southern -
giving a eye the
drawn time thereafter circle of
apart any so I am outside the magic
which is represented as a most inter- coupler assuming immediately it posi- yellow pine, they say, has many paying ground.

esting piece of work, showing distinctly tion to re.couple.-Plorida. Herald. great advantages. It will not altogether What then ? Nothing, only to take

all the physical features of the -e- Lands.- take the place of its Western my place in the industrial lines, en-

great State. One table represents the Southern Pine brother, but in connection with cypressit listed for the war, and fight it out, payor
The Chicago Tribune gives a very no pay. Not only am I satisfied
Anaheim colony, having been founded interesting account of the recent large offers even better.satisfaction.Diverse that farming does not pay, that busi-

by the Germans in 1858. The town purchases of pine lands in Louisianaand Opinions 4 on Birds. ness does not pay, that mechanical industry -

of Aneheim is twenty-eight miles from does not pay, but everything
Mississippi: and warns the people
A meeting of the Summit County, still
Los Angeles. Here are native wines, except money-will pay worse,
that tjiey will wake up one day to find (Ohio), Horticultural Society, discussed unless the industrial classes unite, es-
and and lemons and
oranges, Japa- that they have allowed strangers to the subject of the value of specially the farmers.-M. in Pacific

nese loquat plums: bananas on the slip in from :Michigan and Illinois and birds, showing the different positionsin Rural Press.

stalk, and last, but not by means ...
any rake up all the best wooded land in which the matter is viewed. Prof--
least, ostrich as bigs as cocoa- Cotton Crop of 188G.
eggs that section at the price of $1.25 an fessor Germain would never kill birds;
nuts. There are but two ostrich farmsin The New Orleans Picayune calls the
he said that God made nothing in
the United States, the other beingat acre.The of lands has attention of planters to the general depression -
purchase pine goneon vain, and that he knewjust how many
San Diego. Two little in trade prevailing throughout -
years ago
steadily for three. years, but so robins were needed, and to destroyone
ostriches were hatched at Anaheim, the world, and also to the fact that
that few of the in
quietly very people interfered with His plans. :Mr.
their parents having been imported. the last year's of 6,500,000 bales
the South are aware of the extent to Teeple wondered if the same rule crop
4 of American cotton alone has over-
which it is was carried. In 1883 a i would apply to the potato beetles and
AUTOMATIC CAR COUPLER. stocked the market and that the
number of the Western lumbermen cabbage worms. Mr. Dean said thata sup-
New Invention by Captain T. E. Buck- ply on hand is unusually large. And
seeing that the supply of white pine in man ought to protect his property,
man, of Jacksonville, Florida. then it adds : "The policy to be
:Michigan threatened to run short at and that robins and cat-birds were pur-
Automatic railroad car couplersthat sued relative to planting this spring
will avoid the of life an early day, sent down there survey- greatly on the increase, and eat no
exposure be of doubt.
not to matter
ought a
and limb have exercised the genius of ing parties to examine and report on potato beetles or currant worms, but .
but force of habit and obsti-
inventors ever since couplers came into the yellow pine lands of the South, the destroy his fruit. Judge Carpentersaid .Nothing

use. The Master Car Builders. As. quality of the lumber and the value of the cat-bird was useful for his nacy can induce large cotton plantingthis

sociation, after giving full notice, the lands. The satisfac- year. The risks of loss are so great
reports were music. :Mr. Crawford said that the
tested at Buffalo, New York, in September that planters should,one and all deter-
last, all inventions in that line tory, for the Western men went to admirers of these two birds would keep

that were oflered. Their investigation work at once buying right and left all their pets on their OWD premises, no mine to reduce their cotton acreage

resulted in the recommendationfor the land could find. These and devote more land to home supplies.
they pur- one would molest them; but they allowed -
further trial of six of the link and chases, the Tribune declares, amount them to steal the hard-earned Any commercial crop-that is, one

pin system which now prevails as the of Government landat that has to shipped to market and
to 1,446,300 acres fruit from the neighbors. Mr. Wood
coupler'011 more than half the freight
sold and current rates-is hazardousin
cams on the various roads of the Uni- $1.25 per acre, a total of nearly said the robin had taken nearly all
the extreme with trade in its
ted State. It occurred to Captain $1,800,000 thus invested. The purchasers his fruit the present year. Mr. Barnes pres

Buckman, who was an interested spec- got a good return for their sajtj! they eat the best cherries and ent condition. And we candidly con-

tator of these tests, that while those for these choice lands fess we see nothing on which to base
money average strawberries, and he had observed that
that were recommended did their hopes of an early reaction."
feet of lumber the any
10,000 standing to
work well, one essential feature to they had avoided all imperfect and
acre, or a grand total of 15,000,000 Mr. said -0.,0-
make an acceptable coupler was still wormy ones. De.an that he

lacking, namely, the facility to uncouple feet.The had noticed that those who raise no Progress of Florida's Sugar Industry.

without the necessity of"back-- purchases have been quite gen- fruit were very friendly to those two The reports of progress in the

ing up" if the couplers were under eral throughout :Mississippi and Louis- birds, the only ones out of the hun sugar districts of South Florida are

strain. His invention, patented in iana. In the Calcasieu district 807- highly gratifying to those who takea
dreds of species he would destroy.-
October last that well)]
covering as as
all theotherrequriments of the Buffalo 300 acres were brought recently by Country Gentlemen. special interest in the developmentof

tests has been in practical work on capitalists of Chicago, Grand Rapids, -*,.- the sugar industry in this State.

the Jacksonville and Atlantic railroadfor Saginaw, Bay City, Detroit, Clevelandand What Does Pay? The preparation of the reclaimed land

the last three months. The officers other cities. In the Red River Seriously, Mr. Editor, what does of the Okeechobee Drainage Co., for
of the road and railroadman ? 'Wheat does not and
every pay pay the of has
district around Alexandria, the planting sugar cane pro-
mechanic who have it pur- poultry do not and fruit
or seen pay, grapes
chases were 140,000 acres, by gressed so far that over 200 acres are
pronounce the invention the "greatest persons have got beyond the paying area-in
thing on wheels." It works like a from Chicago, Detroit and Grand short, I am told a man cannot make a now ready for that crop. The first

charm, and the railroad employes of Rapids; and in the northeastern por- decent living at any kind of farming, invoice of seed cane from Cuba ar-

Jacksonville and Atlantic never allow tion of the State 110,000 acres, making which is not at all encouraging to a rived a few days ago on the steamer
the flat car on which it is attached to novice.In .
Mascotte and has been delivered at
: a total 827,300 for Louisiana.In ,
lie idle for a day. the city I discovered that busi-
1st. In its operation the new coup- :Mississippi the purchases were ness did not pay. Every year it required Kissimmee City. This will be at

ler first takes up'the link as it dependsor ; 263,000 acres in the Pearl river more capital], because of closer once planted, and soon other ship-

hangs from the mouth of the draw district, Grand Rapids, Detroit and competition, smaller margins and ments will follow, until the entire

head of the car to be coupled, and securely New York firms being the principalowners higher rents. Mining was also con- area is set in cane. Mr. Hansell, a
couples it by the pressing of sidered played out, except California Louisiana
manufacturer is
and 350,000 acres in the Pas- sugar now
the cars in coming together withoutthe street mining. I could see nothing
cagoula district, a total for the Stateof in New Orleans arranging to send
aid or supervision of an attend there of a paying nature unless it was

ant.2d. 619,000 acres, or tor Louisiana and running an agricultural paper, and over machinery and plant for erectinga

When uncoupled it is in posi- Mississsppi.\ that was too easy a thing for a personof sugar factory at Kissimmee. The

tion for coupling at all times automatically This is the only purchase of the my ability.I buildings will be erected by Novem-
and couples by the found that nothing paid but
coming moneyso
lands. We have mentioned ber and the mill will have a capacityof
of the draw heads together.3d. yellow pine placed that men had to labor for

It uncouples at any time, hitherto the heavy sum lately investedin you direct and have a respectable sur- 10,000 pounds of refined sugar per

whether the cars are at rest or in mo- oak, cypress and gum lands plus fall into your hands, or by inter- day.-Herald. .

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cess, the ramie stems cannot be too natural condition, worth fully fifty percent crops will therefore give 3,000 poundsa

fiber Plants freshly operated on. If left a few more than the degraded fibre im- year, which, at five cents per pound,

hours, the coloring matter and the ported from India, which has been so makes a gross return of $150 per
JUTE AND RAMIE. gums sink into the fibre." seriously impaired by the rude and acre.

. The invention of Dr. R. H. Coll- The whole cost of producing a ton uncertain retting Qr rotting process.If LABOR AND EXPENSES.

yer, of New Orleans, for the treat- of white glossy fibre, worth $300, will we are not mistaken, this inven- The only comparative great outlayis
ment and preparation of. fibres for not exceed $75-this including the tion in importance to the interests of in the roots required for the first

textile purp'oses, opens wide a new royalty for the use of the machine- the Southern:; States is second only to planting, but when it is considered that

field for profitable industry in Florida giving the planter, on ach acre of the cotton gin, and the day is not dis- this outlay has to be made but once,

and throughout the South. In conse-, ramie, with three crops, a profit of tant when we can produce at home all and that the roots are constantly pro-

quence of the low price of labor in $400. the jute, hemp and cordage requiredfor ducing new ones for the farther extension -

India, where a man works twelve The only method to effectually pre consumption here, and thus add of the plantation, the cost is, in
hours for ten cents, it has been hitherto pare the ramie, jute and all other suc- millions to the wealth of the country. fact, small when apportioned to each
impossible for this country to culent plants, is in the *-+-*
Cultivation of llamie.
compete for the production of hemp, GREEN OR FRESH STATE. year.The work of cultivation is cheap.
Ramie is a perennial plant of the
jute, etc., required for consumptionhere. The advantage of thus preparingthis One or two runs with the cultivator to
nettle tribe kindred to
though hempit
Hence we have been compelled class of plants for textile purposes, ; loosen the ground, and the plant once
is far superior to it in value; it rows
to send abroad for these products, is so manifestly obvious, that anyone started will rapidly outgrow all weeds,
like the willow and sends forth numerous -
while our own indeginous fibrous who has the least practical experience, and soon overshadow the ground witha
stalks several times and
a year,
plants everywhere abounding throughout must be surprised, that any other luxuriant foliage.HARVESTING .
roots run deep into the ground and
the South, have been suffered to method could be resorted to : AND DECORTICATING.The .
the stalks reach a height of from five
go to waste. 1st. The planter is not necessitatedto maturity of ramie is indicatedby
to six feet, according to soil and climate -
After twenty years of effort and employ skilled labor. a brownish color at the lower end
it draws its nutrition from the
practical experience, Dr. Collyer has '2d. The fibre is perfectly white with I ; of the stalk. The cutting is done by a
air much from the The
as as ground.
succeeded in causing a means of con. its natural silky gloss.3d. annual yield is from two to three mower. The stalks are tied up in a
version of Jute and Ramie directly There is no loss, either in bundle of two or three hundred, and

from the fresh green state as gathered strength or the yield, which must be crops. CLIMATE AND SOIL. carried to the decorticator, through

from the field into a manufacturingfibrous the case when chemicals are employed.4th. Ramie prospers in a temperate cli- which they are passed. This last op-

condition. This dispenses with The immense saving labor as mate, and requires a light, porous soil, eration should' be performed while the
the long, laborious and tedious pro- the machine acts on the stems at the which might cause the rotting of the stalks are as fresh as possiblewithina
cess of rotting'and preserves the full rate of one ton the hour on the field roots. few days of cutting. The capacityof

strength and quality of the fibre. It producing at once, without any chem- MODE OF PLANTING. our small machine is of one hun

also dispenses with the necessity of icals, a beautiful white glossy silky The ground must be well preparedby dred stalks per minute or sixty poundsper

expensive chemicals.In fibre, worth $300 the ton. plowing and harrowing. The best hour, and six hundred pounds of

1870 the government of India This machine is the invention of Dr. season for planting is February or crude bark per day with three hands.It .

offered a prize of $25,000 for the invention i Collyer, whose practical experience for March. A little manure would be will take two days and a half to

of a machine for the prepara- the last twenty years, in the treatmentof good to give the vegetation a start. make the first crop of one acre, as
tion of the ramie fibre. In 1877 it fibres, has been attended with such We do not recommend the long and much for the second crop, with two

renewed the proposition for the meansto success that he has been awarded the tedious method of raising by seed be- days additional for cutting the stalks

successfully convert the ramie in Grand Gold Medal and Diploma of cause it requires too much time, and and leaves, say $40 crop expenses,
the green state. Honor in Russia, the Gold Medal in the additional work of transplanting. adding $25 for cost of motive power

No machine produced the fibre in a Paris, 1867, for ramie, Gold Medal, Our advice is to begin the plantationwith for the machine, the annual expenseof

commercial marketable condition-no Belgium, 1883, Medal of Merit for the roots. The soil being well maintenance and plowing, cost of

prize was then awarded. ramie, 1873, in Austria, and Medal\ of prepared, the Hamie roots are plantedthe drying and packing the bark; one

i___ Since that time, the whole inventive Honor, London. same as with potatoes, at a depth acre will produce not $85 at any time,
world has been most active in the pro. This invention is entirely new, and of four inches, one foot apart from for the ramie never fails, either from

duction of a variety of machines and is the result of the experience gainedin each other, in furrows four feet apart. too much rain or drouth.-Juvenet &
in order to solve the diffi- the of
processes preparation ramiewithoutthe NUMBER OF ROOTS PER ACRE.. Go's Treatise on Ramie.
culty hitherto experienced of of chemicals. ---, -- ---.-
treatingthe use To obtain a full yield, it is neces- Yucca Fiber.-
fibre as a commercial success. Dr. Collyer's machine, made espe. sary to start out with a considerable
The valuable fiber found in the
The only machine which approachedto cially for jute, will operate on two number of roots. Planted as above plant of our coast is said to be yucca of-

a great success on the green stems, tons of stems per hour, producing one described, one acre will furnish fifty exquisite fineness and wonderful
was that possessed by the London ton of fibre in ten hours work, of a furrows of two hundred feet in length, strength. At Ravenna, a station in

General Fibre Company ; for the much superior quality to any importedfrom which at the rate of one plant a foot, Los Angeles county, on the Southern
patent they gave $100,000. The defect India, particularly in strength will give 10,000 roots for a good plant. Pacific Railroad, there are large works,
turning out eight or ten tons of"shred"
of that machine is, that it cannotdo and elasticity, which have been in a ing yield. By planting in Februaryor : a day from the yucca trees found there-
quantity. In the public trial at great degree destroyed by the rotting March next, one month after you about. An English company owns the
Calcutta, October, 1884, the government process. The jute as imported con- will have two or three stalks per root works, and the product is shipped to
,of Bengal in the report state thatit tains the resinous matter to such an of about one or two feet high. The London, where other substances are

only did sixty-five pounds in ten extent that all the jute mills use a first growth is generally bad, and too mixed Rural with Californian.it to form a paper pulp.-

hours, the loss of fibre being consider softening machine, and whale oil has woody. It is proper to cut with the ----- --
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able.Dr. to be employed before it can be spun sickle in April. You will then have The average of 8,000 pounds of
Collyer's machine with the same into low class yarns. With Dr. Collyer's I in July a first crop of about ten stalks milk from five Holstein-Frieaian cows

power and labor will turn out on the machine this gummo-resinous and i per root, and in October twenty stalks is reported as having been made at the

,, field 800 pounds of clean white glossy other extractive matters will be got per root. You will proceed in the. Iowa Agricultural College last year,

ramine ten hours and loses no fibre. rid of, as the washing operation, by same manner the second year, when, I with a difference as between the highest -
Dr. J. Forbes Watson (for twentyone the action of the roll- the
upper oscillating roots being stronger, the first crop and lowest of any one of less than
,' years the reporter on the products ers in combination with the continuous will be ready in June,and the second in one hundred pounds. Eleven quartsper

i.;. of India) the most eminent authority supply of water, most effectually removes September. One hundred stocks will day as average for three hundred

says. these extractive matters and give an average one pound of crude and
sixty-five days in a herd of five
"In order to obtain the fullest sues -. delivers the fibre of jute in cleanwhite, bark. The' 300,000 stalks of two cows.
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rotted-or they would make too heating other. following block is placed on tion, the sash will be very easily

]VIm uractuue: a fertilizer.In top of these mats. These presses have cleaned..

a bergamot essence establishmentat two wooden screws, firmly set in ma- TO REMOVE THE LID OF A FRUIT
How Lemon, Orange and Bergamot Es- Reggio, on the mainland, I recentlysaw sonry, about six feet apart. There is JAR, invert the jar and place the top
since is Made. in operation a hand machine for a tap for each screw ; the taps are in hot water for a minute orso,when it
Wallace S. Jones, U. S. Consul at extracting essential oil. A thermo- worked down by hand-lever. The will be found to yield readily. Thisis
Messina, gives the following interest- worked flows from the bed of the .
pneumatic essence extractor juice press according t* the old rule in philoso-
ing account of the manufacture of essential by steam power, has also been invented into tubs. If the juice is to be ex- phy, "heat expands.

oil (essence) from the peel of but the primitive method of ported raw, sound lemons only are Writers in the London Lancet call

the lemon, sweet orange, sour orange land-work still generally prevails in pressed; if the juice is to be boiled, attention to the great value of hot
and bergamot, and also of the extrac- which is the 25
Sicily. generally case, percent water applications to the head in
tion of the lemon and bergamot. juice, The yield of essence is very varible. of spoilt lemons may be used. cases of fainting or syncope. They

in the-i island of Sicily. Immature[ lemons contain the most Lemon juice does not keep well unless say also that a prompt use of it, applied -
ESSENCE OF LEMON, ORANGE AND oil. From November to April in the boiled. Sound fruit when pressed to the forehead with cloths, will

BERGAMOT. Province of Messina, 1,000 lemons yields a slightly perfumed yellowish very much avert such attacks.
The operative with three strokes ofa yield about fourteen ounces of essence juice. The lemons remain in the
TRY PEARLINE in dishwaterand
sharp knife peels the lemon length- and ten gallons of juice. This indus- press twelve hours. Independently of your .
not want to use
wise, then cuts it in two and throws it try is-carried on during five months of : the intrinsic quality of the lemonsthe I, you soap
. again. This is not intended for an
into a basket; the peel falls into an the year. An operative can express amount. of juice and its degree of!
advertisement, but to lighten a part of
earthen platter below the chopj5ing three baskets of lemon pell (weighing acidity varies from month to month. the household labor. Nothing is so
block. Before the essence is extracted 190 pounds) a day. He is seventeen The yield is greatest in the spring, but
nice for washing out the towel and
.the peels are soaked fifteen minutes in cents a basket. The essence is of less acidity, owing to the winter
dish-cloth as a spoonful pearline
water, which causes them to swell and so valuable that the operators are rains.
in some clean water.A .
offer a greater resistance when pressed closely watched, as they are most in- There is a machine for cutting up
against the sponge. In his left hand genious in secreting it. the lemons, but the Sicilians are good sized onion eaten raw, dailyfor
the operative holds a sponge, through During the year 1885 the essence wedded to their old methods of hand a week or ten days, will cure the

which, that he may grasp it more exported from Messina were valued at labor. painful cat-boils that many personsare
firmly, runs a piece of reed cane. The $982,894, of which sum $137,375 were In 1885 the concentrated lemon liable to during the spring and
peel, piece by piece, is pressed againstthe shipped direct to the United States. juice exported from Messina was valued summer months. This is a simple
sponge two or three times in succession Lemon essence is quoted here todayat $298,707,of which $49,203 worthwas remedy, but it is very effective in
simple pressure being supplemented $2.47 per pound. shipped to the United States. purifying the blood and eradicatingthe

by rotary pressure. The rush- Bergamot essence $2.45 per pound. Taxes in Italy are very onerous. tendency to these painful boils. '

ing of the oil cells liberates the essence Sweet orange essence $2.30 per Manufacturers fearing an increase of The juice of the common milk

therein contained. The sponge pound. taxation, should the extent of their weed will generally cure warts on the
when full of essence is squeezed in an Sour orange essence $4.90 per business become known, are so reticent hand or face. It is an inexpensive-
earthen vessel that the operative holds I pound. that it is impossible to ascertain accurately and painless application, and much
in his lap. It is the outside of the The copper cans weigh (on an aver- their profits from the lemon preferable to cutting the excrescenceout

peel that is pressed against the spoon, age) four pounds, and contain twenty juice' industry. It may be safely said, which will not always extirpatethem.
as the oil glands are in the epicarp. pounds of essence each. however, that their profits are very It will probably serve the same
This can be ascertained by holdingthe Lemon peels, valued at $980, were handsome. purpose on the teats of cows, where
pressed peel to the flame of a can- exported to the United States in 1884. Concentrated lemon juice is quotedat warts often come and cause much in-

dle; if it neither crackles nor affects Six men work up 8,000 lemons a $160 a pipe ((105 gallons). convenience in milking.

the flame the cells are empty. day, two cutting off the peels while Concentrated bergamot juice is The smell of paint may be taken

This process yields along with the four extract the essence of juice, and quoted at $130.50 a pipe ((105 gal- away by closing up the room and set-
essence a small quantity of the juice obtain : lons). ting in the centre of it a pun of lighted
and feccia(dregs). The feccia is com- Eighty-four gallons of juice. charcoal on which have been thrown
posed of the membraneous residue of Seven pounds of essence. some juniper berries. Leave this in

the oil cells and the resinous sub. Which, after deducting the cost of Domestic) ECOIl01111. the room for a day and a night, when

stances transfused throughout the epi labor, fruit, and incidental expenses, the smell of paint will be gone. Some
carp of the lemon and orange. It is leaves a net profit of $6. Speculators persons prefer a pail of water in whicha
IF fast with
of a mucilaginous consistency, and ofa frequently adulterate the essence, but buttered handful of hay is soaking. This is
pale color. It has not been anal- these frauds are easily detected. paper. also effectual in removing the scent of
yzed chemically up to date, and is putto Lemons grown on clay soil yield To RELIEVE BURNS or scalds, apply tobacco smoke from a room.

no use. more essence than those grown on cal- butter without delay. --------. .--
The separation of the essence,juice carious or rocky soil. FOR CLEANING STONE JARS, glass Orange Flower Candy.
and feccia takes place of its own accord EXTRACTION OF LEMON t, JUICE. cans and bottles, there is nothing bet- The United States Consul at Messina -
; if the earthen vessels are not Closely connected with the extrac- ter than lye. gives the following receipt for

disturbed the oil floats on the juice tion of essence from the lemon and TO CLEAN WILLOW FURNITURE, use this confection as made in Sicily :
and the dregs fall to the bottom. bergamot is the extraction of lemon salt and water, and apply with a Soak a pound of orange flower leavesin

These three products of different and bergamot juice. When the juice coarse brush, and dry thoroughly.To water twenty-four hours, changethe
density derived from the peel haveno has been concentrated by boiling it is water and boil to a good consist-
affinity with one another. As the called agrocotlo. Lemons unfit for REMOVE PAINT SPLASHES on win- ency, sprinkle well with cold water,
dow moisten the with
essence rises to the surface it is trans- exportation are used for this purpose. glass, spots a spread on a cloth and sift two poundsof
strong solution of soda, then rub hard.
ferred to bottles and left a few days to The method in use is as follows: fine sugar over them ;spread out on
settle; it is then drawn off with a glass On the marble bed of the press are FOR CRAMP IN THE FEET, press the dishes. Leave the dishes in the shade

siphon into copper cans, which are superposed nine mats (made of bul hollow of the foot against somethinghard for a week, that the sugar may be-
hermetically sealed. After the essence rushes) three feet in diameter; in their and round. A broom handle is come thoroughly absorbed, then dry

has been expressed the peels are centre is a hole six inches in diameter; the best thing. the candy in the sun, spread it on

pressed (to extract what little juice their outer edge turns back a half- OLD PUTTY CAN BE REMOVED from sheets of white paper, and offer for
they may contain), and are then foot. These mats are filled with window sash by applying nitric acid sale. WALLACE S. JONES, '
thrown on the manure pile and well peeled lemons, and piled one on the in small qualities. After the applica- U. S. Consul. -, -
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KAFFIR COR WORK FOlt MAY. the heats of summer as long as possi-

lite JIlorida iwatch. Millo :Maize-Cat Tail, or Pearl Millet. The spring has been cold and wet. ble. Plant a few Tomatoes, Egg Plants
r Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: Crops are backward in field and gar- and Snap Beans for a succession. Pep-
---- --- -- What the difference between Millo\ den. Preparation and planting usually -. per plants can be set out; they will
MANVILLE, Editor. Maize and Kaffir Corn ? Do you con- done in March has generally been I continue to bear until frost. Set
sider either as good as "Cat Tail Millet until the Okra and
Eight Hours Labor. B. deferred April, crowding out Collards and plant
for ?
The Eight Hour Trades' and Labor Anthony, Fla., April 14,1886. work of two months into one. If the table varieties of the cow pea ;

Assembly, of Chicago, appeal to the REPLy.-Dr. Watson, of Georgia, these operations have not been finished these vegetables thrive all summer,
labor organizations not to demand pay who has carefully tried the Kaffir corn during the "growing weather" of the and will be the main dependence for

for over eight hours. and Millo maize, .greatly I prefers the past fortnight attend to it at once, as "garden sass"during the later summer
Kaffir. The latter produces two crops May will probably be a foretaste of months. "Pumpkins may be planted.

ladlan Hirer. I I per year-one of forage and one of summer-warm, dry and sultry.ON Watermelons and Muskmelons will be-
Can you realize it? 1 his far-famed ripe seed-the seed of Kaffir is larger THE FARM. gin to run. The ground should be

and hitherto inaccessable river, along than that of Millo, and the growth of Cotton should be kept clean with kept clean and mellow ahead of the

whose shores grows the finest oranges the plant different. They are, probably sweep or side harrow until the growthof vines, but do not handle or interfere

, in the world, you can now reach in a both of the African type, alliedto the plants prevents further culture. with them otherwise."
few hours ride from Jacksonville over the Imphees,introduced by Leonard Corn and Cane should be plowedonce The Strawberry vines will have fin-

one of the finest railroads in the coun Wray, of England, into South Caro- or twice during this month, according ished bearing by the last of the month,

try. _ .. lian and Georgia during the early Sorg- to the season and the culture and if the plants are to be carried
Russian Sucar. hum excitement many years ago. We they have previously received. Usea through the summer remove the run-

Russia at the end of the last crop have not grown the Kaffir corn. It is sweep or old fashioned "turn plow." ners, top dress the surface, and mulch
with us but as it. Tobacco plants, when four or more with fine straw, or plant a row of cow
finding that there were 143,000 tons yet an experiment ;
more of on hand than was required is a native of a hot climate and comes leaves appear, should be set out threeor peas down the middles to shade the
sugar recommended from Georgia, four feet apart both in the hill and plants from the summer sun ; if the '
for consumption,granted an export highly
bounty of nearly three cents a we are giving it a full and fair trial. in the row, according to the strengthof latter plan is followed keep the grass

pr.und refined sugar,under which Under culture," (heavy mai wring the soil. out until the pea vines take ground.IN .
80,000 tons have been exported and and clean, constant tillage,) we Sweet Potatoes-Set out draws for GROVE AND ORCHARD.
68,000 tons more will be forthcomingbefore have never yet raised any plant that vines during showery weather, if your Among the large trees stir the soil
of forage stand is not already filled. Do not frequently. It don't matter whether
the 1st of May when the bounty gave as many cuttings green
during the. season as the old "Cat- attempt to draw up your beds or plow, sweep, cultivator or harrow is

ceases. .. Tail," or "Pearl millet.-ED. i "stick" the plants unless the ground is i used, provided the implement be run

The Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West 4 wet. Keep the ridges clean until the shallow ; the roots should not be dis
Hallway. TUE ROSE GARDENS. vines cover them. turbed. There is no better way of cul-
Running from Jacksonville south- The gorgeous display of roses in the Peas-Plant Conch peas for a full tivating and fertilizing old trees than

ward parallel with the St. Johns riverto gardens and suburban grounds of crop and cow peas to make vines for by mulching the surface with straw or

the head of navigation on this Jacksonville rival in their variety, forage; it is too early to plant for a leaves.In .

noble stream, and thence still south- magnificence and perfection the most seed crop of the latter as they will the young grove, if clean cultureis

ward to the Indian river, with elegant, displays of Tallahasse and run too much to vines. to be followed, keep the cultivator
branches and connections forming the Quincy the home of floral perfection.I Upland Rice-"Prepare land and running constantly. A better plan is

most direct route to nearly every cen- It h long been a question whether the get ready to plant before the 10th of to plant some crop between the trees

ter of population between the Atlantic light sands of East Florida could produce June-slight, flat ridges three or four that can be returned to the soil, thus

and the Gulf. This road is fast roses, japonicas, etc., in perfec- feet apart, six or eight grains in a utilizing the wastage that would other-

becoming Florida's great trunk line. tion. It has been thought that our roses bunch, one foot apart on the ridge- wise occur from the action of the sun,

p. ---q. were deficent in the peculiar richness clean culture until the grain begins to air and rains,and adding fertility from
The Negro Want Less Work. and fullness of the rose of Middle\ form-then 'lay by.' year to year. Clean culture can onlybe

The colored representative of North Florida. Indeed, we remember whenan Forage Crops-Take a small plot successful when combined with

Carolina in the recent Labor meetingat application was made of Parson, of ground, make it very rich, and sow heavy fertilization to make up for this
Washington said that the workingmen the Long Island florist for rose bushesto Pearl millet in drills-a half dozen constant drain upon the vitality of the

in their efforts to secure shorter be planted at Villa Alexandria, he rows fifty feet long will afford all the I

hours of labor had the sympathy of said to the applicant "I am glad to green forage one animal can consume soil.In the Nursery.Budding this year

the class he represented. No one observing fill your order, but I can tell you in during the summer. Also try Kaffircorn must be deferred until next month;

the habits of the colored men advance, the rose will not flourish "Branching sorghum" and"MllloMaize" the freeze of last winter destroyed the

standing on. the street corners in Jacksonville therf1-I have tried it and failed, so in the same way. Prepare to "bud-wood"and nurserymen will haveto

would have any doubt on that will you." And yet to day, no more cure enough hay to keep your stock wait until the trees mature their

subject. Shorter:) hours, or no hours at elegant, full and perfect developmentof through the winter. Try all the new first growth. Keep the trees in nurse-

all for work would command a unani- I the rose can no where be produced.The grasses, but rely mainly upon Crabgrass ry growing vigorously and nothingwill

mous amen! cold winter which held vegetationin Pea vines, and corn fodder.IN be lost by this delay.

check for a time seems to have imparted THE VEGETABLE GARDEN.In Peen-to Peaches will ripen from the
The "Boom" :Moves Southward.
been to the rose a vigor and beauty the market garden the season of middle to the last of this month. Don't
The new road which has just
completed to the Indian and Halifax uncommon, and we find in our own planting and cultivating is over, and : pick them until they are mature enoughto
the most full, gorgeous and without the bitter taste of
river country, and the fact that their grounds this month is devoted chiefly to gath- ripen up .
.citrus groves suffered less severely from I prolific display to be found even in ering and shipping. Carefully follow the immature fruit.
beautiful Tallahacsee. the instructions of commission IN THE FLOWER GARDEN.
the freeze than in sections of the State .. .-- your
merchant in the matter of handling, 'Stir the soil gently around your
farther north, will doubtless give them The Senate has filled the vacancies
an unprecedented "boom" next win the standing committees made packing and shipping; your "truck" plants; destroy all weeds, grass, etc.;
rail- upon I! must be attractive as well as sound water in the evening, throwing a hand-
ter. The same causes, namely, by the persistent absence of Senator
when it reaches market to commandthe ful of fresh earth or dead leaves over
road development and relative exemption Jones of this State.
from cold will send immigrationand highest price.In the watered surface early next morn-
capital to the Southern Gulf Coast A number of Columbia county the Home Garden stir the ground ing. Roses may now be .budded and

country. Southward "the star of empire farmers have decided to give castor constantly, in order that your spring layered. Bulbs of lilies, etc., heavily
be able withstand mulched now remain in the
moves' its way.", beans a trial. vegetables may to may

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ground .September.. Dahlias if Obsolete Honesty. SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN. I sawn deh steamy rn-w run deh ben,
-- Good-bye my loVt. .O ll.h-l', ,
cut now, manured and frequently Watered It is related of Samuel Brown, a Architects and Builders Editiou! Loaded wid passengers for ELLKN-N,
Good-bye,my lovab,good-bye;
will bloom again early in the merchant of Boston in the olden time, The Scientific American is now Buy-e b-a-by, buy yoh tickets by the

. fall." that when asked by the elder Quincyhis publishing, every month, at $1.50a "OLD RELIABLE"

price for a certain lot desired for year, an Architects and Builders (Louisville and Nashville Railroad)
use of the city, he answered, "Thirty Edition, which is specially attractive.A CARS
says peo- "
thousand dollars. Subsequently he distinctive feature is the issue with NEW-ORLEANS
from Jacksonville to ,
Hillsboro'. have addressedthe
ple county
was offered by another party, sixty each number of a beautiful plate in NASHVILLE, EVANSVILLE, ST. Louis,
Board of Trustees of the Internal
thousand dollars. When Mr. Quincysoon colors, represeting some new cottageor Louisville[ and Cincinnati, with onlyone

Improvement fund a protest against after called to remind him of his dwelling, with the plans. It shows change, in UNION DEPOTS, for

deeding any more land to the Florida CHICAGO and the NORTH, WEST and
offer and signify his acceptance, Mr. just how a house looks when built. NORTHWEST. to
Southern until that Stop-overs granted
Railway Company
Brown took the thirty thousand dol- The April number is embellishedwith visit MAMMOTH CAVE, Baggage
shall comply with the terms of
company lars and conveyed the land. Who, a large and effective colored checked to destination, quick time,
the grant in building the road to !
real estate rates as low as the lowest. ELLEN-N'S
among our owners nowadays plate of a country house, designed by
Tampa Bay. By the Act of March BUREAU is now stocked with the
Would refuse thousand dol-
I thirty Bruce Price, Architect. Several
4th, 1879, a grant of thirteen thousand latest time cards, correct maps, and
lars to meet verbal offer of which
a plans for cottages and other buildingsare
civil Call write to
eight hundred and forty acres of landto answers. or
there was no evidence? given, together with useful infor- L.R.TUTTLE,Passenger Agent,
the mile was made by the Legislature -
mation pertaining to home life, and 90 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.
to this company to assist it in C. ATMOREG. P. Louisville
9Iuhlisltr'S engravings on subjects interest-
lJeparfmt'lf many
building a road from Lake City,south, [ -e.
ing to everybody. We club the Sci-
through the counties of Alachua, Marion Write or telegraph Byron E. Oak,

Sumter, Hernando and Hills- RATES OF ADVERTISING. entific American with the DISPATCHat the undertaker, for Marble, Iron Rail-

...Payable in advance, unless otherwise con- $2.75 per year. ing and all kinds of Cemetery Work.A .
borough to the waters of Tampa Bay tracted.
full line of Wooden and Metallic
SPACE. lWEEK 1 MO. 3 MO. | 6 MO. ,i1 YEAR American Agriculturist.
with a branch to Palatka, and one to Cases and Caskets always on hand.
sir-J $600 112 00 $1600 $2200 Bright beautiful and charming as
Charlotte Harbor.It All orders attended 25
.. 350 10 so 21 00 28 00 38 00 promptly to,
has built from Gainesville in I'4 ooL" 600 1800 MOO 48 oo MOO May blossoms comes the American Laura St., Jacksonville, Fla.
8 00 24 00 48 00 6100 85 00
Alachua to Brooksville in Her- u 12 00 36 00 7200 96 00 128 00 Agriculturist for May. With this ---. .
u 1400 42 00 8400 112 00 ISO 00 I AVunted.
nando county, with their branches to 1 u 18 00 54 00 108 00 14100 192 00 I number appeal's the first of the Extra copies FLORIDA DISPATCHVol.

Palatka and Charlotte Harbor, and, Subscription$2.00 per annum,in advance. series of Engravings of the Homes of ( 4. No. 28)) for July 13, 1885.

.-- -- --------- Farmer Presidents Address FLORIDA DISPATCH Jacksonville
although deeds have been issued to our -twentythreeinches

SPECIAL CLUB RA2ES. long, seventeen inches wide, Fla.
this for thousands of
company many ::; We have arranged with the pub isbers and
of the best landsin will club THE DISPATCH paperor executed in the best style of art, and
acres, including some periodical published In the Unite Statesor
Great Britain. Prices presenting a complete view of Monti--
Hillsborough county, the road has on application.
Remittances should be sent by Check, ]JVIari ets.Fruit
cello. The likewise .
engraving em-
not entered the county, nor is there Money Order, Postal Note or Registered Letter -
,addressed" to braces front and back views of the
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indication of its The
any doing so. C. W. DaCOSTA, Publisher, residence, the tomb of Jefferson, and and Vegetable Market.

seven years in which the company was TAcgan.vrrt v. Fr.4. also neighboring objects of interest. .. FLORIDA DISPATCH LINK \

to obtain the benefit of its land grant The long and complete description of 261 BROADWAY NEW YORK,April ZJ, 1886.f

To Subscribers. : the James Parton the QUOTATIONS.
has expired.In engraving by ,
See Florida Strawberries,good, qt 35 40
printed slip on your paper(or wrapper I per
American historian, will be read with ** "fair 15(4 25
to good
the day of final reckoning with and if incorrect report same to us at once The .' Wax B ans, per crate. ..... 2 50@3 50
these railroad Note date of the expiration of your subscription surprising interest. engravingsare Round Beans, ..... 2 00@2 50
numerous companies so and if in arrears please remit. presented to all subscribers to the Flat Beans, ..... 1 00I 50
Cabbages, barrel. . 2 00@1 00
endowed from the per "
profusely public American Agriculturist as they ap- Beets, per cr te .. .. .1004150
Special to New Subscribers.
domain, the people will awake to the From and after this date, every new sub pear. The price of the American Squasn, .. . .2 00@2 50
stupendous fact that they have paid scriber the DISPATCH,will receive on application Agriculturist, English or German, is Eastern Agent.JVEeteouologicaL .
a colored map of FloridItJee. Scale S[L.50 a year. We will club it with
for mile of railroad constructedand
every eighteen mile to th inch. the DISPATCH for $2.50 a year, each
contributed an equal amount in ) 4
An subscriber to receive both papers and
Unprecedented Offer.
addition to the owners. Tney have the and ]
To any one sending a yearly subscriptionto special engraving descriptions !

invested fifteen million acres of landsin the DISPATCH, at full rates,82, we will send by American authors as they appear.

the New York ... ... .
Weekly World free for six "'---- '
railroads and placed themselves at -. D
months. Scott's Emulsion of Pure Cod Liver Oil, I
the mercy of the corporations which .. .-.. .. with Ilypophosphites, LA. 'Jaq8aMg'g'g.JO .:"a a"w ..<

own and control them. IMPORTANT NOTICE. Especially Desirable for Children.A 886 a-t'819 9 11JaAV I cUUVWUUc. CQ

the Child's -----
All subscribers who in lady physician -
are arrears
The Florida Chautauqua. Hospital, at Albany, New York, says: tlPlmnH ooooooo tfa
for subscription to the first of Jan- ciec -**<
up &IwP UB3K oo ac 56 oo QO 0
"We have been Scott's Emulsion
The Pensacola Advertiser that using JACKSONVILLE JACKSONVILLEo"
says uary, 1886, will get a notice of their with all of BSERVATION
great success, nearly
the Florida which has : 5I
Chautauqua just
indebtedness the coming week. Pleasedo our patients are suffering from bone AprilBSERVATION d. tlaolaA I :::--4 oon rt a

closed this season session at DeFuuiak all you can to assist us in meetingour diseases and our physicians find it very .. 5Week I I'uon 5400

Springs has left its impress for good, demands. beneficial. A.for :>aJIG

on the Gulf States and really the whole ) 4 Ending 8. I ZZZZZZaJ GI
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South. The managers of the institu- Publisher. SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. WeekEnding. OFFICE U.,. .sqipaapunqPUB -Q-

tion furnished a program which would ) .1 satpaj: uf Oo I0e'1888: IS=

have done credit to, and commanded The Palatka News (daily and week Fertilize with Upland Cotton Seed, Week SERVICE U'8JtIIW- &IWQ !
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respect in Paris, London or New ly) is now published by the Palatka I PARTRIDGE, Monticello, Florida. GNALSERVICE I.A'IlgUSalt I.?00000'd( .S. .dO.::8'J

York. To furnish this brilliant arrayof News Publishing Company. Mr. I ---.. GNAL a a.. 29::, ,5 0 ti.
talent cost of and Harrison the former Lands for Sale. .. mnwluUi I ooooooo N. S t -u
large sums money Benj. proprietor, s:: S .. tJ&f I .0;
of land for sale ii ...
large O'
this was disbursed without:stint.:; Cer- is secretary of new company, and will c.
suit in tht apG ,
quantities purchasers,
tainly it is that its location has broughtinto continue to edit the paper, the honest, of Crescent Huntington CD:: .--.. .---- 18 80.0 dings dingser
vicinity City, :
independent tone of his able editorials
requisition one of the most bar- Lake Como Pomona and Forest 'JC)1amOJ'Bfl I.
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have the of
and of Flor : won approbation thinkingmen. Hills. II'8J u'8aJ( _$ id d )::
ren unpromising portion By I IO I..oO'O'O':) :) :) eter
Mr. S. U. Hammond, the busi-- eterome ome omeeter eter eterHighest
J. S. BROWN, -- ------. . .
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p. : o :.
-4 and able writer and understands the
Body Type for Sale. .. QO_ Mulberries are now ripe, and the rare art of making a popular paper. 800 pounds Long Primer, secondhand F<: a- +CIS.'nm CIS 't.G'J-' j Highestbaro Highest:: Highestther I.

of -- ; Q _-:;':S':S :::::cd Highest NOTE.
lucky owners bearing trees are lux- The News has a strong company, an -tr Hd condition. For sale : Eggra.aJ .

uriating on berries and cream. able management, and a wide field. cheap C. W. DACOSTA. o f=rE+t

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mlnm at World's and Gold Fair:Medal ,New. SAVANNAH, FLORIDA AND WEST'NWAYCROSS IiISfi1Mi1IEEReal ::: .

0 ,Orleansoverl2' .
Wind Mill. The Eli in Real Estate Estate
ItEKA, after a trial Agency.
lasting I mos.was pronounced -
the best overall -

atthe bead of all competitors.and today Sizes stands:-l0 Z Healthy Lands! Low Prices !

,to 1* ft. diameter rtXg&&LSi Kissimmee offers the best for
RAILWA Y will chances set-
'PumplJg orPower $500 buy a fine residence lot at
tlers in Florida.
It Is the district
coming as
pD.m warranted. Estimates on ap- Tarn pa. Easy tel ms.
Iplication. Also Mfrs.of the Adam.Dl. all who know the.H ate testify. There Is Big
reef Draft Barn Floor horse Power. SHORT LINE. Money for Investors In Town Lots.
Live Agent Wanted. Address Mfnu, $5000 will buy 200 acres high rolling
cm .t w00D YAILD. Kalamazoo, JUcb. land adjoining the new town of High Pine and Hammock LandsAt
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A. ,N. DOBfIN Sl:; BI"lO. Meridian Time,which Is 33 Minutes Slows Florida Southern Railroads and the Witbia- reasonable prices.
than Jacksonville Time. coochee River. Also good land for Truck Farming. A few
small Bearing Groves on tracts of from
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY MARCH 7, $ I HO will buy a residence lot in Oriole. a Twenty to Eighty acres, at very low prices.
.1.086! Passenger Trains will leave ami( arrive IUU These Groves are easily and afford
: T dally new Railroad town on S. F. R.R., In enlarged
: ,as follows: Hernando connty. Easy terms: concessionsto a gooJ start. Correspondence solicited.ISOtV .
NEW ORLEANS KXPF.ES those who will build. Place rapidly im
Leave Jacksonville dally :45: 1* m proving.
Kissimmee! ,Orange Co., Fla.Assignee's .
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at.. 7:1. p n

Leave Callahan dally at_....... svl a IL, | rfwill\ buy a handsome lot In Parkers-
Arrive at Waycross dally at. .......... .10:15 a ni $1 VJ w burg.Marioncounty.facinson Coop. Sale.
Leave Gainesville................................ 6:15 a m er Park. Send for colored map. Property of-
rrive Gainesville!! ..........._. 8:25 a m ered very cheap.
/. Arrive at Thomasville dally at-.. ib9; pill .
Arrive at Bainbridge at............ *
daily .H:& p m 385; of best hammock lands In
will buy a large building lot in acres Orange
i' Arrive at Chattahoochee dally at...... 4:04 p m $150
Windsor Alachua
: county, a flour-
Arrive at Pensacola via L. & N.R.R-io-.lO
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p County 126 old bearing trees arid 100-
Arrive at Mobile via L.&:N.R.R....... 2i5 a m Isuing place. ; orange
(Gun Locksmiths and Stencil Cutters
Arrive at New Orleans via L.&N.: R.R:2O n m 000 stock.
nursery :
Pullman $5000 will buy 400 acres land adjoining
Buffet Sleeping Cars to and from
24 LAURA STREET, Jacksonville, Pensacola, Mobile and New Windsor. Easy terms. Only Also 10 acres of pine lands in Orange county
S-500 cash
Orleans. required; on long time to
suit purchaser.
JACKSONVILLE, - FLORIDA FAST MAIL. and 65' acres in Duval county.

Leave Jacksonville dally at....._.- l4o p to $n50 will buy a well located lot of 10 This property must be sold, and offers a
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..........12.1)0) m acres at Oriole; land all high and
Guns lthng done In all its branches. Leave Callahan dally at.-................... 2:25 p m dry; originally selected for orange culture. rare chance for investment. Call on or address -
Leave Chattahoochee at....................11:10: am Long terms of credit only $25 cash required,
IRON SAFE WORk Leave Thomasville 1:20 p m and an equal amount per annum plus the In-

Leave Gainesville at........................... 6:15: a m terest on deferred payments. The easiest
Special rates on Htencll Cutting, by mall. Arrive Gainesville............................. 8:.J.j am terms offered on high dry lands in Florida. BARRS & HUNTER
oct g..tf Leave Live Oak at.. 9:30 a m Enquire for particulars. ,
Arrive at Waycross daily 4:20 31 West Bay Street.
Arrive Brunswick via B.&: -v .R.R... 8:20 p a m $450 will buy a. fine 10-acre lot close by. ______ n_ _____

Arrive at Jehup daily at........ ............. o:50p 1" station Candler, Marion count}. SIZK; 40x FEET' $4.
OR : TREES. Arrive Brunswick via E. T. V. &: U... *:ttp m Very prosperous place; good lands. HOTS, ;

GE.% Arrive Macon via E. T. V. &. G' R. R..ll:3; > p m $2 2 5 will t buy a choice 5-acre lot at Can- Lakeview on Kingsley Lake
Arrive Atlanta via 1:.T. V.&:G.R.R.. 2:10 p m dler, close by the station. "- *acre FLORIDA I
Arrive Chattanooga via E.T. V. & G. &: 10 a m will l buy 40-acre tract of high roll- "VS&r" .
1O.OOO to select from. Varieties: Swee Arrive CincInnati via C. S. 11. R.. 6:30 p m I..g pine lying a little off from All ORANGE GROVE.
Seville, Nonpareil 'Kavel1.Indian River,Magnum I. Arrive at Savannah daily 7:40 j I' u. the ri.- S.,O. & G.R.R. in Marion county. Satisfactory Send 2 cent stamp for Map :'etc., to
Bonum and Hart's budded lu 1881 Arrive at Charleston daily at.. 1:10 a nt terms to buyers.
1882 and 18S3 on sour stocks four years old Arrive Washington,D.C.,daily at 11:00 p tti TROPICAL LAND CO..
Price,from 25c. to$1 each. Arrive at New York dally at_..... 6:50 a m * block of lots in
ALBERT FlUES, Puflmau Buffet Sleeping Cars,Jacksonvilleto Money In it for the right man. I'arkersburg.Over 300 lots REFER TO I Ex-Gov. Geo. F. Drew,
St. Nicholas, Fla. New York and Jacksonville to Cincinnati now sold. JacRsouvllle.Hnd Rev. C.
via Jesup. ri. I McLean, St. Augustine.

50 Chromo or 25 Hidden Name Cards, name Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars, Washingtonto $ 150 adjoining will buy IC Parkersburg.acres good orange land nov9-ly
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Ptg. Co.,Northford._ Ct. nov2-eow3t! n500 will buy 80 acres high rolling J. E. M'CINNISS
-. ._- -- EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS. land adjoloiug Floral City in ,

CnLVESand COWS prevented suck- Leave Jacksonville: daily ... 5OJ: p u Hernando county. Money in It for sub- each other,also SE LF- Arrive Jacksonville dally at.._..... 7:5 a m Ion Into lots. Terms to suit. Room No. 10, Bostwick's Block,

snCKINGjbylticc'sPntciitlTlal.lroiiAVeancr. Leave Callahan daily at....................... 5:40: p m will' buy 80 acres good high rolling
used by all Stock Raisers. Arrive at Callahan.............................. 6:59 a m $800 pine land north of Couper on F. S. Jacksonville, Florida,
Prices by mall, postpaid. For Calves till 1 Leave Waycross................................? 8:00 p m R'y In Hernando county. Good ne.ghbor-
year old, 55c; till 2 years old,sue; older,112. Arrive at Waycross dally at............... 5:10: a In hood.
Circulars free. Agents wanted.H. Leave Gainesville daily at................. 3:50 p m will REAL ESTATEKou
C. Rice, Farmington, Conn. Arrive at Galnesvilledally at 9:15: a m $600 With Lake buy *Front.0 acres! land at Oriole

_u___ ________ __ __ __ ___ Leave Live Oak daily at........ 7:15 p m and Holtl.
Arrive at Live Oak dally 5::).; a m $1 000 will buy a handsome 80 acre tract I
SAM iT DIE I.C?Sl.OOIi.r13"Oeeka. Thepo..n. Leave Thomasvllle dally aL..II:2.: p in southwest of Oriole, close by im-
;13 GAZETTE will Arrive at Albany daily aL.......... 1:41, in provements; commanding building site; tine Houses for Rent In desirable portions of the
be mailed
,securely wrapped to any tress in the land.
United States O QlETCi for Three Months ArrIve Montgomery via Central R. R. 7:10 a m city. City property handled and ,
on receipt of w W f I J L-O; One Dollar. Lib Arrive Mobile via L. &: N. R. R.. 2:25 p In $1 nOO will buy 40 acres land, high and returns made promptly.
eral discount allowed to Postmasters Agents and Arrive New Orleans \ia L. d: N. R.lt. 7:301 p m dry,adjoining town plat of Oriole.
Clubs.The POLICE IV?! GAZETTEof Arrive Louisville via L. &: 1>. !t. R..... 2:2\.1 a m A fortune for some one by sub-dividing into Conveyancing done carefully and at short
New York Is the I L7 I AILED oxr/r legitimate Arrive:at.: Lo 7:40 a in building lots. notice.

Illu trated Sporting and Sensational Pullman Bullet Sleeping lars between will buy 40 acres of land adjol..ingpreceding.
Journal published American FREE I Jacksonville and St. Louis, via Thomasville. $600 Correspondence solicited.__ ____ dec21-6m
continent. Apply for terms to' i Albany, Montgomery and Nashville and
Richard K. Fox, Franklin Square, New York. Pullman Palau bleeping Cars to and from $1 n50 the Company's buy 80 acres lands land at adjoining Pemberton ORANGEHIGHTS. .
Montgomery oainesvllle. _
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'H'I'SEDGWICKiSTEEL "'" JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS. River front. A bargain. "Healthiest Place in Florida."

Lea\.eJacksonvUle............-. 7:00 p m CtSOKnn will buy 120 acres tIne land between -
Arrive Jacksonville............................ 7:ti> a m U> OUU Dade City and Tucker- High, roiling, fertile lands, pure water,railroad -
WIRE FENCEI Leave Cailahau................................... 8:00: p m town in Hernaudo county. facilities and Northern society. Supe-
Arrl Waycross!.10i5p: m WN buy 40 acres splendid rior location for fruit and vegetable culture.
Arrive Brunswick via B d: W. R. K.- 7IW a m $400 two miles from Brooksville.highland A few choice residence lots given to parties
Arrivelbany via B. k' R. R ........ -1:'Oa m who will build houses. Send stamp lor full
Arrive Macon via Central R, R.......... 8:10 a m $800 will buy a young orange grove,265 information.
Arrive Atlanta via Central R. It-.1 ivf:.o n'n trees, some beginning to bear; nov 9-ly C. B. PALMER.L. .
Arrive Jesup. ....?...... ..12:05 a In grove in fine condition; Clay county, flue _
Arrive Brunswick via E.: T. V. & 0..... 6uO a m neighborhood; quarttr: mile from Kingsley MOKKTON MURRAY, I CHARLES MCNAR
Arrive MM con via E. T. V. t: G. R. R. 6lua mArt uike. Notary Public. Justice of the Peac

..r ivts Atlanta via E. T. V. & v. R.tt.11: Sam $ I riorj will buy IGO acres high pine land MURRAY & McNARY.
Arrive Cincinnati i _............... 60 a m in Hernando county; place has 1
Pullman buffet Cars and Maun Boudoir several hundred dollars worth of improve- COAST
Cars via Waycross, Albany and Macon; and ments on it, including house; Railroad survey EAST LANDS

via Waycross, Jesup and Macon ; between runs though place. "Halifax River," Volusla County,Fla.
-the best general purpose wire fence In use It Jacksonville and Cincinnati. Also Through is i a'?onff net-work without barb Don't Passenger Coaches between Jacksonville and vDOUUU land In Hernaudo county. Will All kinds of Grove Lands, splendid Bull .
injure stock. It will turn dogs, pip, sheep and Chattanooga, via Albany; and Jacksonvilleand sell all or part Ing Lots on and near River. Address,.wit
poultry, as well as horses and cattle. The best Cincinnati, via Jesup.ICIIABLESTON stamp, at Ormond. Volusla County, Fla.
fence for Farms,Gardens, Stock Ranges<< and Rail iIp&-Iv .
roads. Very neat. ,pretty styles for Lawns,.Parks, EXPRESS.

School-lots and Cemeteries. Covered with rustproof Leave Jacksonville...................?. 7:10; a m FLORIDA
paint or made of
galvanized wire, as pre- Arrive Jacksonville..............
faxred. It will last r life-time. It Is better than .IOjI':: p m HOMES IN FLORIDA !
Leave Callahan ......_
boards or barbed wire in every respect. The brio a m FERTILIZER COMPANY
Sedgwick ( atea made of wrought-!Iron pipe and Arrl Waycross.. .................... ...........10:00 a m ,
steel wire,defy all competition In lightness, neatness Arrive Jesup....._......?...........I.:29 l a m E. T. 1-AI QE Prest.44 East St.
,strength and durability. We make the best, Arrive :Savannah................................ 1:2 p m. Oriole, IIemail: County.Send ,
cheapest and easiest working nn-Iro&automatic Arrive Charleston................ Ctfipm Florida Orange Foods $l3 per ton.
or self-opeuuuc; gate and the neatest cheap Arrive Washington.-.............. alt! stamp for colored Map of Oriole and
iron fences tnnde. pm Florida Food
Stretchers,Outline now P1ier:';:Gnd The Post beat Aueers.Wire .Arrive New York...................?...........10:35 p m close information by Railroad how in to active get a operation.home In Florida Splendid Vegetable 828 per ton.
For prices and particulars ask Hardware Dealers Pullman Buffet sleeping Care between This Fertilizer has been thoroughly tested
address orange lanos. Large number of new
or ,mentioning paper, Jacksonville- Washington.. groves already begun. Purchasers rapidly for the past six years on Orange Groves in

SEDCWiOK. EUOS.t Richmond, Cnd.fWbi0FING. Through Ticket soul to all point by Kali coming In from all over the Union. Attractive Florida and has given entire satisfaction.Send .

and Steamship:: connections and baggaxt: plan of purchase; but little cash required. for Circulars and Certificates.
checked through. Also, Sleeping Car berths Bargains offered.
and sections secured at the Company's Office -
lu Ahtor's Building,ta Bay Street,and at Depot \V. B. CLARKSON
Ticket Otnw and on board People's Line
::ii Steamers H. B. Plant and Cbattahoochee.JAM. .
.I..- !Bend for prices I.. TAVI.OII. Office: 7'i{ W. Bay St., up stairs, ;300 bushels Red Rover, Clay, Whlppoorwlll '. :
and Illustrated Catalogue of eJfmeTA-1 Pentrer .1g.n, Jacksonville Fla. and White Peas for sale.

CINCINNATI ((0.) CORRUGATING CO. t1.. (i. "'LI- :\JING, Superintendent. lulY-lAI E. T. PAINE, Preat.

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6 Seffner, Hillsborough Co., Fla.
Please Ponder the Following Facts and Act According

1st. They carry the Largest assortment of Fancy Groceries in the State.

NEW CATALOGUE NOW READY, 2nd. They are doing the largest business of any Fancy Grocery establishment

With descriptions oft in Florida.3rd. .

They are selling goods at about New York prices, freight added.
Fruit Trees Plants Vines Berries Ornamental Trees Grasses etc. etc.
4th. They WARRANT every aticle sold by them.
full of all the
Together with descriptions 5th. They issue regular Monthly Wholesale Price Currents.6th. .

CHOICEST VARIETIES OF ORANGE & LEMON TREESAlso They employ a larger force than any Grocery House in Florida.7th. .

Price List. Send for Catalogue to It will be tq your interest to send for their prices before purchasing

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Budded from tried and approved varieties, and on good healthy stocks. ;. ': V

Also, JAPAN PERSIMMONS, LECONTE PEARS, GRAPES, and a general line -,-. CO 'c.o =-
Fruit Trees suitable to Florida. Address, X 2 2, cHffi
AARON: WARR, Georgetown, DF'la ) _.... (o D 52 cn : p.v

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in variety, other Citrus Fruits, Peen-To aid Honey Peaches, LeConte and :: ) :;:

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Best! most Efficient, and Durable Washer In the world. 1 '? 5 14
Has no rival,the only machine that will vath perfectly clean without nub.I .
I bin,. Can be used in any; sized tub or shifted from one tub to another
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1\\'\ II It\I'\'. I' i I ,1I;,; lady or child can do the work. Made of Galvanized Iron,andy
I \\\\\ '\ \I II I\m\Im'I\h hy''I I;:'.. ; the only Washer In the world that has the Rubber Hands on the
\1\\\\\\I IWIIIII\\i II II\\\\\ \\Ii i ,:" :r Hollers,which prevent the breaking buttons and injury to clothes. ASHLEY PHOSPHATE COMPANY
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i 1111 1m. I .1+ Afrente' cample 83.50.' Also the celebrated .
KEYSTONE WRINGERS at Manufacturers' lowest price. CHARLESTON, S. C-I:
circulars free. We refer to editor of this paper Address ERIE WASHER CO., Erie, Pa.
|IIAshcly| Soluble Guano, a complete high grade Fertilizer.
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Ashley Cotton and Corn Compound, a complete fertilizer for ae two crops,

and also used by the truckers near Charleston for vegetables. ,

DYSPEPSIA, Asliley Ash Element, a cheap and excellent fertilizer for orane: trees!!,bananas?,.etc.
CONSTIPATION. Ashley Dissolved lSon(',.. Ashley! Acid Phosphate.

Pure Ground Raw (Boue; Pure Ground Fish Nitrate of Soda. Sulphate Ammonia, KalnltMuriate l
A Remedy for all Diseases! of the LiTer,Hid..
iCrab Orchard W t l ne,...Stomach und Bowel A positive I : Potash,Cotton Heed Meal, etc.

a er cure Constipation for n.ape Doseone ala, Sick to two Headacbe teaspoonfuls. For Almanacs and Hand Hooks, Agricultural Primers,and good articles on Peas, Kalnlt

['Genuine Crab Orchard Salts In sealed packages at 10 and 2.cls. No genuine salts sold in bulL Floats,etc.,address .

CRAB ORCHARD.WATER CO.. PropT9._.. SIMOX. JOXE8rM_ ,...ii =__p.Lo.ulnl1le.Ky.. ;
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For large or Email game-32 calibre.40 trains powder:33 caL: M gr.;

Bearing Orange Groves cho1ce" utldlng Lots and guod Garden land near t the city for sale. \!i i Perfect accuracy guaranteed.70 and 85 and the only absolutely safe rifle on de the martet. -, )1)1
Houses and Gardens 1).nd In lots of hair and upwards .
Truck un acre
for Rent and excellent ) Prices and
TO Sporting Tar
C\ 7 Gailpry
In good location,for to ;Ues who will I Improve. reauced. >
sale on monthly payments pal JS iJj U fcAfcJLget; n riles, world renowned. The standard
$ -Groves planted and taken care of houses built rnd Improvements made for non-resi. for tarsret shootinjr hunting and shooting galleries. All calibres from 22 to 45. Made in
dents. I. different styles,prices from 18.00 up. Send for Illustrated catalogue.
as-800,000: Sweet Seedlings and variety of other fru t trees for sale.
FIRE ARMS CO. New Haven Conn.
JW Money to loan on Improved property. ,
J. S. BEJL.L Xotnry Public. .fourteen I : made with one of our 22 calibre rifles twenty consecutive shots .
l I [ shots had already been fired and no cleaning during the entire seventy
Office Hours at No. Reed's Block Bay street.City,l rom 9 to 11 A. M. i guns carry off nearly all the prizes at target matches became they
.' At Panama Park from 2 to 6 p.M. 8ept29-U accurate and reliable.

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Meat NURSERIES, 8EED9, ETC. Notice to ShippeB'is of OrangesVIA
Current English"reports on the meat

trade show that meats in Great Brit- Fruitland Nurseries SAVANNAH AND ATLANTA'AST FREIGHT ROUTE.THE .

ain are cheaper than at any time for ,

the last twenty years. The Financial AUGUSTA, GA.

Daily News states that at the present
P. J. BERCKMANS, Proprietor.The special attention of Shippers is called to the JEW SCHEDULE arrangements oi
time beef growing will hardly pay in these old established Railroads through Georgia, in co: section with the Cincinnati Southern
and Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railways t' Western Points. Inquiry into the
any part of the country even if the merits of the roads that constitute this line, will sat> fy Shippers as to their reputation for
reliable Train movement. These roads are long establ .med, and their Schedules not experi-
land could be had for nothing. Prices ments. Just claims promptly paid. Any information nregard to the Line cheerfully given.
new edition of our Spring Catalogue is We give below figures that will show the best possibl TIME between Jacksonville and Cin
have reached such a low ebb that many eady for mailing. cinnati,and all points West:
Shippers desiring to take advantage of these routes rill give explicit directions, and see
graziers got less for their cattle in the that their Bills of Lading or Railroad Receipts, read vt :' Savannah and Central Railroad of

fall than they had paid for them in the The stock of Georgia.
spring. In some of the markets store

cattle were almost unsalable even at a SAVANNA,I.Leave .
sacrifice. At Glasgow which is a Greenhouse and Bedding Plants,

Palms Roses Jacksonville....................................(S. F. & W. IV! ................................................. 6:00 pm
great centre for receiving domestic and Evergreens, etc., Leave Gainesville......................................( ................................................. 2:00 pm
of beef the Leave Savannah............................................................... ... ............_.............................. 3:40 pm
foreign supplies depression Leave Macon....................... ............................................. ...................?....?...................... 2:38 amLeave
has been keenly felt. Suitable for Atlanta.................................................................. ........... ._................._............... 9:35 am
and select.immediate planting Is unusually Leave Boyce....................................................................... .................... -.....................8.20 pm
>-.-< large The of Floral Arrive Cincinnati......................................................... ..................................................5:00am
Florida lilrd-Sluughter. former has large been area glass of our of Leave Chattanooga...................................................._.... ...........-....................................10:20 pm
The mocking birds of Florida late department thus largely increased the Leave Nashville.. ......................................................... .... .......................... ....................... 5:15 pm
are duction, of giving first-class every stock facility at for the lowest pro. Arrive Louisville.................... ........................................... ....... ................. ........................ G:00am
fast approaching extermination at the prices.Catalogues. W. H. LUCAS, Agent G. A. WHITEHEAD, G. F. A.,
mailed free-address as above. Jacksonville. Savannah Ga.
hands of winter tourists.: The State w.. p. RJn JTtJ\N. TraflcMaltaer,
Qflv9nn Ra.
has no game laws, and has not needed DEER ISLAND ,

them up to the time when fashion set 0. S. FAST MAIL STEAMERS I CECIL H. PLUMMER

its stamp upon that section as the GARDENS AND NURSERIES FORPalatka ,

proper resort for escape from the I
ana All LallllinRs S .
rigors of the cold months at the OAKLAND: ORANGE CO., FL.A. VETERINARY SURGEON

North. But the woods are now ON ,

scoured, every winter by visitors with Pot Grown Semi-Tropical Fruit UPPER ST. JOHN'S RIVER
Student of the Royal Veterinary College of
and Ornamental Trees
shot-guns, and mocking birds and TAMPA, MANATEE RIVER London,

cardinals.are becoming so scarce thatat Plants and Vines. Key West, Havana and New Orleans.

Jacksonville it is stated that this No Loss in Transplanting.Catalogue Will answer all communications through let ,

spring there is not one bird to be and Price List Free, on. application DOUBLE DAILY DEPARTURES ters and telegrams.

found where there were ten a year ago. to the Manager. AddressA. '

E. CHAMPLIN, Office in Orlando Fla.at

nov-KMy, Oakland., Orange Co., Fla. Reed A Foster's Stables.CURED .
President. Cashier. Steamers H. B. PLANT, of the People'- .
FOREST HILL NURSERY Line, and CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, o'' thp ." '.' "r\ __.""" ...,o,.:. ', ,..,;7". .',..--:. _.-
KISSIMMEE CITY BANK Do Bary-Baya Merchants' Line, will run0
100,000 Orange Trees for Sale Cheap follows : Leaving the Bary-Baya Ling I ASTHMA
Wharf foot of Laura street: i SIJGIE TRIAL ton-
ORANGE COUNTY FLA. Twenty thousand budded from
bearing Leave Savannah, Florida and Western I tin the most ]
of the best and choicest varieties on sour
stocks three and four years old. Our stock is Railway wharfs Jacksonville,. GERMAN ASTHMA CURE&SRJ
arrival of Fast Mall train. .
grown on high, dry, light soil, is hardy, Leave daily Jacksonville on ...... ....................... ;>:(ou p n effects moat violent attack: insures comfortable sleep:I
where faHI
$5O,000.Transacts healthy, and free from insects. We aspire to I eave (Jr-'en Cove Spring ................... 5:10) p in JNo waiting cures for results.all other Its remedies action is!
a general Banking business. offer to $30 the best hundred trees for the least money. &J5 Leave Tocol) ......................................... :15; '':; p in I immediate, direct and certain, and nl
per according to quantity.
Leave .... :tfI<> p n' Icareis effected all CURABLE CASES!
J. S. BROWN & SON, Leave Welaka......................................10:50 p in I"It permanently cured me. Refer to me at any time." I
Buys and sells Exchange. Letters of Credit nov6-6m. Fruitland l, Fla. Leave Astor............... .......................... 11:00 a in 14"I Eon. B. Lou. St. Paul.Mitt'
cashed. -- -- -- ---- Leave DeLand Landing. .................?.. 4:15: a in | Cure.am entirely" restored to TAo health Fitton by ,German Hamilton.Asthma OAIo.!'I

Leave Blue .Springs .. ........................ 5:00 a m 'German Asthma Cure is all you claim for it. It DeTer!
Has correspondents In all the chief towns Nnrsorios! of Lake Woir! Go. Arrive Sanford, South Florida Rail falls." Prof. E. Von figerlin, CreenviUt, a. C.I
of Florida, also Seaboard Natic nal Bank and road wharf...... ................................... 7:00 a in r'My cured physician me." recommence JJr,. if. L. d Tttrick German, Londonderry Asthma Cure.0110.It Ii
Messrs. C. M. Whitney & Co., New York. Arrive Sanford, City wharf......?......... 7:10 a in) .jThouiaad*of similar Letter file. A.k
In Great Britain: The Hank of Ireland 100,000 Orange and Lemon Trees.Our Arrive Enterprise!' ........... .................... 8:10 a m boat on it. uy druggist I f
Royal Bank of Scotland, Hank of British Leave Enterprise ................................. 8:30: a m (German Asthma Cure IB Bold by all drnsr-1
North America and Melville, Evans A Co., trees are very thrifty, three and four KETDRNINO, I data;; at 5Oc.and S1,or Kent by mail on receiptof !

London. year old stock, % to I%! inch diameter, with Leave Sanford, City wharf.................. 6:25 p= in stamP.price.IS.SCIUFF3I Trial pac k aSl"8 free. 31.to n..any"' t.I address>aul.Mlnn.for|
one. year old buds. Nurseries easily acces- Leave Sanford( South Florida wharf T.iX p ID :-:t".i.. ;: .:;:":".--.:-;;:-.:<:_-::.-'" .':4" -.
ale to Florida Southern Railroad. Send for Leave Blue Springs.............................. Sj( p m
eaU logues. Address Leave I eLand Landing..................... :9:25 p ID,
i WANTED. .K. H. FoSTKR, :Manager.Uec2My i'ia. Leave Astor................... ....................11:25 p m
We will of j --:! South Lake Wen.: Leave Welaka........ ..... ........................ 2:15 a m )f
HELP f 8O to ,td'rlDoath and e:.I Leave Palatka.................. ............_...... 4:30: a m
mnses to travel and sell our I t\. J. BEACH & SON, I>ave Tocoi............... ....... ................. 6:30 a in
I ,circulars or $40 a month I Leave Green Cove Spring; .................... ;' :I.) n in A FRIEND IN NEED.
|(Iness honorable permanent pleasant[in your&easily ricinity. I NURSERYMEN.Our : Arrive Jacksonville........................ .... 9Tm!
I All expenses advanced. SAMPLE CASES I Tocoi with St. Johns Railroad Dr S'"cct's
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stamps required. No humbug: We mean what I j stock of Fruit Trees is large and tine, Connecting
Address NATIO AL SUPPLY and in good order. New Fruitsamong which at Palatka, with Florida Southern I INFALLIBLE I LINIMENT.
Bradford Block. CINCINNATI, Ore the White Adriatic Fig, San Pedro and Railway ; at Astor" with St. John's and
White Genoa. Lake Eustis Railway: at DeLand Landing
Prepared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen
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and Si. John Railroad at Enterprise
with DeLnnd ;
Catalogue free. AddressA. Sweet,of Connecticut, the natural Bone Set-
with A. C.. t. J. & I. R. Railroad lorTitusvllle
J. I1EAC11 A ter. Has been used for more than 50
101i, years,
Grind Jour own Bone, fien28-!I1 PnbilkH.I Fla. ; at Sanlord with steamers for In- and Is the best known remedy for Rheumatism
Meal, Oyster Shells -- dian River, and with trains of the South ,Neuralgia,Sprains,Bruises,Cuts,Burns,
QRA. AM Flour and Corn -- ---- Florida Railroad for Tampa; at Tampa with wounds and all external injuries.
2 fin the$S u A 1r,VTr.ra the steamer Margaret of the People's Line i
(F. Wilson's Patent). 1OO per PALMETTO PHARMACY.Formerly for points on Tampa Bay'and Manatee River; SOLD BY ALL DllUGGISTS-TRY IT..
cent. more made la keeping also connecting with the steamships Mascotte, : ----
t"rY. Also POWER MtLLS and FARM:
JI'&ED MILLS. Circulars and Testimonials sent Holt's. Hutchinson and ,Whitney for Key West and
on application. IVIUSON BKO8., ,Easton R.. Havana every 1\lontJaYIhursday and saturday PIANOS&ORGANS
.. arrivIng Key west Tuesday, Friday)
- Since taking!: possession of the above DrugStore ,
and Sundays, and Havana on Tl1cs"ayI'rl- u Or all makes direct to custo-
Florida Poultry Yards. we have put in a complete stock of day and Monday.Returning -- 'mere from headquarters, at
steamships leave H ivana on wholesale prices. All goods
fresh Drugs, Patent Medicines, etc. Everything Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday Key guaranteed.till Instruments money are received! aakea
West Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, arriving
new, purity guaranteed. and ally tested. Write us
In order to more thoroughly introduce our Tampa Sunday, Thursday and Sal- before purcbaslnsr. An investment of 2 cents may
.. -, ,- ORDERS BY MAIL day, at New Orleans on Monday.\ save you from 850.OO to S10O.OO. Address
Prize Stock.... ,. throughout. '. Florida we will sell A freight fcteamer the People's or De Bary- JESSE FRENCH, Nashville Tonm
will receive Baya Merchants' Line, leave Jacksonville WAoUaolo JHitributing Pcp'tfor tMIJtna4.
attention. We
all Eggs for Hatching at S2 per setting, until particular prom- daily, at 6 p. m. Returning, leaves Sanford
ise best prices and prompt replies) to orders. daily,at 9 a. m. .
further notice
, Give us a trial. Address Racing by the Boats of this Company 13 ;
- Plymouth Hocks Strictly Prohibited.For '
Wyandottes Light Bran- J. A. CONOVEIt i
further particulars,}inquire ol i
t White and Brown Leghorns, Pekin Manager Palmetto Pharmacy, JNO. BRADLEY:, Chief Clerk. .
>.!' Office Waycross Steamboat Wharl.Jacksonville I Sam Jones condensed..
s Ducks.v:. .. N ..31 West Bay Street,Jacksonville, Fla F a. SAM JONES'SERMONS Over 500 pp. Illustrated. "
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Imported English MastlQ Pups for pale. 60 Fancy Pictures, and 25 elegant General Traffic Agent, Astor Building.C. authorized by )[r.Jones.
: CARDS Cards in Gilt Edge Silk D. OWENS,Traffic Manager, Steel portrait and fae- ,
'. ,E. S. RICIIAltDSON & CO. Fringe Hidden Name 4C.: 1 Savannah, On Itnlle Jones card de-
;..r Songster!: (50 Prize Puzzle,and I rE"TS; WANTED nonndnfr pirate editions.Addrp ..
.. H.S. HAIN": Oen'l) Manager ..
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Augusta Ga.- 80 tOO 00 Cedar Rapids, Ia......... ...... ......... Fort Scott, 90 1140 00 Logansport, Ind..i I ... Portsmouth, Obio_...... -. .....-..

Atlanta,,Ga......_............ 35 7000 Champaign, Ill............. ... ......... Gallion, Kan.:1 I ... ;........,: Lincoln, Neb.. .._....._..,i 9i 156 40 Peoria, Ill_............_...... 65 11600

Atchison, Kan.............. .... .._.. Dalton, Ga......_...... ...... 40 80 00 GalUpolls, Ohio ..... ... .........1 I Jiacon Ga................... 25 50 0o Pittsburg Pa....._........ 66 126 00Adraln
bitch......... ..... ...... ,......... Dayton, .............. ... ......... ,Grand Rapids, Mich..... 1\loblle, Ala-...................I' 40 80 00 Quincy 111.............. _.. ... ....
Ann Harbor, Mich....... ... ....... 0..i., ............. .,. ..?..... Hendersont.-Ky.........,,.. 5.5. ;:10000 Montgomery AIL...... 35 70 00 Rome ?4a. _........:::..- 40 180 00

Alton Ill. ..................... ... L.,......... Defiance Ohio.............. ... ........ Hlckman; Ky........_...... 5.5 1100 00 Mansfield Ohio./........ '.' ,......... Rock Island. Ill............ ...... .....-.
Anniston Ala.............. 40 8000 DetroitMich.._............... 70 .120 00\ Indianapolis Ind........ 00 11000 Massillon Ohio............ ... ;......... Rochester N. Y ......... 68 13100
Birmingham 40 80 00 Danville 111.................. ...: .........1 i Jeffersonville Ind...... 58 108 00 Mt. Vernon. Oblo........ ... 'I/.1\ Sandusky, Ohio........... do 116 00

Bloomington Ill ......... ... ......... Davenport Ia. ........... ...... ......... Jacksonville, Ill........... ... ......... Memphis. .l.enu........... 45 Sioux City, Iowa-......... .....-.
Burlington Ia._............. ...... .! Dubuque, Iowa.. ..... ... ........ Joliet, IlL...................... ... ......... Milwaukee, Wis_......... 70 120 00 Springfield, Ill....._...... ...... .........
Belleville. 111................. ... .... .I Des Moines, Iowa.......... ...... ......... Jefferson City, Mo........ .... .. .... Madison, Ind ...... ... ......... St.Joseph: 1\10............... ...... .........
Buffalo N. Y........._......\ 66 .126 00 Denver, Col................... 185 .,250 00 Knoxville, Tenn........ 45 90 00 Minneapolis, Minn._... ...... :'......... St Louis, Mo.. ...... ...... 65 11600

Bay City 11ch............... ...... .......... Dixon, 111........._............ ... .1..1 Kenton, Ohio................\. ... Madison, Wis..... .......... ...... .......I Saginaw 1\llch........... .. N. .....-.
Bristol, .,.....enn............_ ... ......... Elyria, Ohio................. ...... I I.........' Kalamazoo, ncb_...... 70 12000 Montreal, Canada......... ...... .........1 Springfield, Ohio........... ... .........
Cleveland 0........... ...... 70 120 00 Evansville Ind_......... 56X 106 00 Kansas City, 1\10 ........... .. .. .Nasbv1lle,Tenn....._... 45 90 00 St. Paul. 1\1 Inn............... ...... .........
Cincinnati}, Ohio........ 5.5 100 00 East Sag1uaw.l\1lch..,.. ... ......... ... .. ...... .........! tNew Orleans............ 4.5 00 (XTolefloJ 0....................... 70 1m 00
Cairo Ill. ..................M 60 11000 East Ht.Louis, Ill.......... U 16 0000 LaCrosse51Wls.........,..,, ...... .! Newark, Ohio............... ... .........1 Terre llante, Ind ......_ 60 11000

()Columbus Ky.._.......... 55 100 00 Emporia, Kan.............. 1 Lima, Ohio............ ....... ... ......... 'Omaha, Neb.................. ...... ......... Toronto, Can................. ...... .........

()Columbus Ohio............ ._ Erie Pa ..... ................... 66 126 00 Lafayette Ind. ..._....... ... ......... Ottawa, Can.................. ... Topeka, Kan................. 95 148 00
Columbus.Ga ........ 35 70 00 Fort Wayne, Ind!......... ... (I......... Lancaster, Ohio ..... ... ......... Oil City, Pa.. ................. 66 12600 Urbana. Ohio................ ...

Council Bluib Ia.......... ...... ......... Findlay Ohio............... ... : ........ Leavenwortn, Kan,..... ...... ......... Pekln, Ill. ....._.............. ... -....... Wheelig W.Va66 126 00
Chicago 111._............... 65 116 00 Fremont. Ohio....._....... ...... ........1 Louisville Ky-.........- 5.5 100 00 Pana, 111........................ ... 1'II I........., Winnipeg, l\lan.............. ...... .........
Chattanooga, Tenn..... 40' 80 00 Fort Dodge, Iowa......... 1 '18 'I.170 Little Rock, Ark........... 5.5 120 00 Plqua, Oblo................... ... ........
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Stations Jacksonville Callahan, and Live Oak.....................................::............._......... ID 40 25 50,, 30 60 I 80 1 60 80 601, zr 5.5 I . . . . ,

Gainesville New Branford..N............................................-._.....-................. 80 60 35 70 40 80 40 80 40, 80'' 37 I 75 I, . . . . ;'
.. ........_....... ...................... 30 60 35 70 40 80 40 80 401 8Or; 75 . .. . . . ..
Landings on St. Johns river.................................. .... .. I I .
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Fla. So. Ry north of and including 1 Ocala ............_......................_. 35: 70 40 80 45 00 45 9O 45; 951 90'I 42 85 ; ::; .. : '
BtaUons on I 90 . .. . ; .. .
Fla. So. Ry. south of Ocala. ............................................................... 37 75 42 85, 47 95 47 9.51 I 47 44 .
Stations on . .. .. ; ;. .
.. ................._ 37 75 42 85 : 47 95 49 95 47 ( 47 95 .
Fla. So. Ry.St.J.&L. E. Division................. _.. .... 951 .
Stations Landings on on Lake Santa Fe.N/.......................................-...................-.......... ... ... ... ......I I I! ... 1.10 ... ...... ... .- 1.10 . . .. .. J1'. .. .. .. ..
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'rampa. .... ........ ... ...... ... ...... i j ... ...... ... ...... ...1 .... ... ...... . ;. f.J ... .
Landings l.Ianatee. River............... _....................................... ... ...... -
on ........................... ... ... : ...... ...... ...1 I ...... ......' . .. . :. ..::. :, .. .
Stations. on J., St. A. A 11. R. Ry........................,............._......_ 60 70 40 40l 75 . . . .'. : .. .
................................... ............_................... 30 35 80 80 80.I II 371 I
Pala.tka................._....................... -- I 401 ...... . .. . . . ..
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St. Augustlne.... ...................................._.......................................................... ... '" '' .N 1 \ ... ...... .. ; I ... . . . .. .. .
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I Stations on J & K. 'V.Ry...... -.........................-............................................... ... ... .. "' ...... 59'''' ...... ".1 ...... I! 103 . . .. . .. .
Landings on Lakes Eustis and Harris............................................N................... 42 8.5 1' 95'' 52 1al() ; 125, 52,105,

Stations on South Florida P..aUroad. ............ ........ ..... 40 80 45 901 I'sol 100 50, 1 00: I I 1001 47 :!I 95 . . -. . "" ... .
From Belair to l\lcKlnnon, Inclusive ...._................... ........ .. 501' I r.
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From KI8slmmee to Acton, inclusive......_..................... ................. ................. 4.5 9O 50 100 5.51110 55\1:0\ \ 11011 52l 10 .1 . .f .. !r.,. .
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From Plant City to Orlenta, 1ncluslve...............................................N. ..- 50 100 155! ,) 1 10 6Qi 1 m 60. 1 201: i I 601, 1 201,,: 57 I 15 ;
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Winter even to Bartow, lncluslve............--................._............-......... b5 110 60 lID rut 130 I GS ISO G5 1 30 62 12.? i
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F. It. & N. Co. north of and including' Ocala...................._......... 35' 70,40 1 80 9a' 9<]. 4.5 9C2i 45, 9111.2 i 85 .
Stations on i 471 9.5 41 00 . . . .. .. .
on.F. R. & N. Co. south of Ocala.-..........................................-......- 3T 75 42 85, 47,, 951 47 1 \ :.
Stations Sanford &. Indian River It R...........N.............N. ............................. ... ...... ... I ...... ......1 ".I 1 ... .... ... ....... . . . . .
Stations on .. ...... ... .... : ....I\ ... ...... i ... ... ......: . . . .. . .
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stations on .. .. ...................... ...... ... .....I\ .l .. ...... N. N.... ... .....\ .. . ., ... ... .. .
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CONNECTIONS. I Excess capacity over the above will be liable to pro rata excess of charges.
( estimated at 20ono or 400 Standard Boxes. Excess of tnisw
and Savannah. The Tar-load is pounds,
West via Albany Jesup
Double dally'fast freight service for all points Line all Eastern Interior a 'i> --. ov1" ,,," nlpno.i *>>* nrr _tq '" or.lrri oh'nmpn rv r'pthf to one d. i".$Inn '10i
all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast to I

: andCoasTpoints, Including New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and I I i to Prepayment one consignee.freight will not be required, but good order and condition of shipmentswill

Providence. It is understood between the shippers and the
: leaving Savan- be an absolute requirement. clearly
York via the Ocean Steamship Company,
for New
1 Tn-weekly connection transportation companies that no responsibility shall attach for loss or

nah Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays.Merchants and Miners Transportation Co., leaving 1 occasioned unless it be from negligence, and that ouch loss must attach solely to the
via the
Twice week for Baltimore
." a : company upon whose line such negligence may be located.

Savannah Tuesdays and Boston Fridays.via the Boston and Savannah Steampship Co., leaving I The charges advanced by this Line in good faith to connections at those points will not
Weekly connection for
be subject to correction by this Line.

Savannah every Thursday.Philadelphia via Ocean steamship Co., leaving Savannah every I In every case the full name and address of the consignee must be given for Insertion In
Weekly connection for
I Rill Lading and ou the Way-bill.
Saturday. withoutnotlce. I Single shipments to Western points will be charged at double rates.
/ 8a.IUngday of Steamships are subject to change I No single shipment taken for less than $l to Boston, New York Philadelphia and Balti

,. ; more. If shipped beyond,they will be charged in addition the single package rates of con.
INFORIU.A.TION: O SHIPPERS. netting lines and cost of transfer.

to the above, add the rates of connectinglines j Stencils, shipping receipts and information furnished on application to any of the agent
To make through rates from points tributary For further Information, if needed, apply to Agents of the linen, or to

to above rates. 8x14x22 inches and the weight la 1 C. D. OWENS, JAMES L. TAx LOR
S The dimensions of'the Standard Box for Vegetables are Traffic Manager, Savannah OIL Oen'l. Freight nuSavannah.. G*. \
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Correspondence Solicited. British Colony of Roxburgh ,

. Special pains taken to select and suit views ol buyers,either for settlement or investment .
Town Lots, Orange and Fruit Lands,Cane and Rice Lands,Stock Pasturage Lands NOW FORMING.
These Lands Include all varieties of upland and lowland,and are adapted to Oranges Lemons -
,Pineapples, Bananas, Sugar Cane,early vegetables, etc.. and are chiefly in the Counties
J of Monroe.St.Johns, Volusia, Brevard, Orange, Sumter, Levy, Hillsborough, Polk, Manatee'and Special inducements offered to genuine settlers, not land 1 speculators. The

Our lands are selling rapidly. Thousands of settlers have located ou them during tbe'past
1 six months. Do not delay if you want them at the present low prices. 1 town i* only 5 miles from the inetrojM.lis of the State, situated) on one of the I
. The lands of this Company are specially adapted to the culture of Tropical Fruit, Rice, .
Sugar Cane,etc.,and are generally accessible by steam navigation.
Address all correspondence about the above lands to I It leading: railroads, affording immediate transportation to Jacksonville.

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FLORIDA LAND & OL6NIZATION: : gO.E. nnv2if. :39 West Bay St.. Jacksonville, Fla.

R. TRAFJFOIfcl General

,- 90,000 Acres of the Finest Lands in South Florida !


Two hundred deep,clear spring lakes, within a radius of ten railes. Their high banks THE FLORIDA SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY
timbered 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. i
Its beautiful and diversified scenery, boating,fishing, etc., offers the finest opportunity for
of taste to acquire a lovely wnter home where all the
people pleasures and comforts of our SITUATED IN THE COUNTIES OF
balmy climate can be enjoyed. Add to these the eminent suitability of the soil for the culture
of the orange and other semi-tropical fruits, and the fact that both the South Florida,
and the Bartow Branch Railroads run several miles through this tract, make this the most
Columbia Bradford Putnam Alachua Marion
Clay, Levy, Orange
desirable locality in South Florida. These lands are divided into lots of five acres and up-
wards,and will be sold on most favorable terms to improvers or settlers.
Sumter, Hernando, Hillsborough, Brevard, Baker, Polk & Manatee,

At the mouth of the Anclote river, on the Gulf coast; high land in full view of the I Consisting Of the finest Orange, Farming and Grazing Lands in the State of Florida. Price.
/i ocean; salt air, salt water fish, miles of oyster beds. High land for residences and orange $1.25 to$5 per acre, according to location.For .
groves, rich bottom land, perfectly drained for vegetable gardens. A sugar plantation of tiOO
acres now being established by a sugar planter from Cuba, who selected this point after further information; apply to Office Florida Southern Railway Co., Palatka,Fla.
looking over the whole State. Post-office, store, church school saw-mill and all requisites .
for asettler. Protected from frost by the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico on the North-
west.This L. N. WIl KIE: S. OOIV VIVT,
Company have also rich and alluvial lands in Sumter, Alachua and Ord.ngeCoun-
ties,and first-class sites for building purposes all along the South Florida Railroad. would Chief rierk, Land Department. (sep29yl) General Malinger:
do well for prospective purchasers to look at the lands offered by this Company before ..._,
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full particulars address,
BLOUNT & \VHITLEDGE, Bartow Polk County, Florida.

.. J.G.E.M.LAMBETH.MORRIS 4,Gainesville Anclote. IIernando, AlachuaCount County),.,Florida.Florida. Straw' Orry ShiDDinR Agent Fruit ann Vegetable Packin

A. C. MARTIN Mackinnon. Orange County, Florida, or to ,
E. R, TRAFFORD, General Manager Sanford,Orange County, Florida.
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Disston land Companies1 Forwarding. and Com mission House S., F. & '\'. K.R. Wharf,

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

cash or to our patrons. Every necessary convenience for packing Oranges

expeditiously, and in the best manner, by skilled workmen, at reasonable

Florida Land and Improvement Co. prices. Oranges direct from the groves for sale by the single box or car-load'


: A. & G. C. C. and Okeechobee Land Co. ----

!I t Kissimmee Land Company HOLSTElr f I S 4N CATTLE

--- ., Cows and Heifers! bred to brat Nctherland
f ,) ',... :!, '. and Aaecie Bulls.
The Average Record, of herd are the
2,500,000 Acres of Choice Lanes L ": True Test of its Merit.
.: i. R i ,;''''j Z The following Milk and Butter Reror,.
z have nil been made b>' animals now i.i:
for.sale in East and South Florida, adapted() to the cultivation of Tropical( ;- uur herd

Sugar Cane, Rice, etc.
-;: Three Cows' have averaged OV"T 3i J.WX 1?*.In a yens :-.
_- =: =. : = Five Cows have averaged t over 19 ou>Inn.In a yea.
.PRICE, $1..2 PER r CI--l AND UP'VARD ...,.. ;: ---r --C;.....,,* 'renCowshavea"'eragetJon.'rH.wJlb .in a ytar.We .
j jI I = know of about 30 Cow that hare made yenrlr record exroedine 1C.OOO
I! {Ibs., and 11 of them are now in oar Herd and hare averaged over I7S00( Ibil. 2j: have av-
,. ... i ,.rasredover. 16,(XX)Ibs.in ayear. 63, the entire number the Herd that have made)'earJyrecordslnclud.
olds,have averaged 12.7s5 Ibs. 5 ounces in
n_< fourteen 3 year olds and twentv-one 2 year a year.
Five Cows have averaged 3) J Ibs.7 oz. in a week. Nine Cows have averaged -
information and circulars forwarded] Address 'I .J UTTER RECORDS. 19 Ins. H oz. in week.. Fifteen Cows have averaged 17Ibs.6 oa.
un application. -n a week. Six 3 year olds have averaged 14 Ibs.3 0.10 a week. Eleven 1 year olds the. entire numbs
steel have averaged 13 Ibs. 2 oz. In a week. Sir 2 year olds have averaged 1: Ibs. 1'. oz. in a week.
No. 305; Walnut Street Pa. ,, Fifteen 2 year old!, entire number tested, have averaged 10 Ibs.83-lUaz.ln a week. The entire original -
<< Philadelphia, imported Netherland Family six' tows,two being bill:*years old,have averaged 17 2-3 Ibs.in a
week. This is the Herd from which to gt foundation tock. 1'rifes low for fiualltv of Btock.
I. ,Pine and Forsyth Streets 4arkHonvillp, Flaa c5-tf i SMITHS, POWELL & LAMB, Utld" ( Stock firm; SYRACUSE, N; Y"of"




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! SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1886, 5.50 a. m.,
! 220,000 ACRES Trains will leave and arrive as follows: Established: 187 .
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Situated on each side of the STATIONS. -ZO ozl I 0 EZ u )I-Z :0::Z :JFIFI.urr: .A.NrI: : : :J?>::E=I.X.1oJ TJ C.1EJ,

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, South Florida Railroad and its -< I < t! -- 94: PARK PLACE, NEW YORK.

Leave- ---I-I j ;! AM ;;

i Bartow Branch R. R. Wharf .....1-.1.I ..''''' '''''''i........ ........ out Consignments to send of oranges! solicited. We have a trade that consumes!' all our oranges with
having to auction. Remittances
1' sent
of sale.
, Sanford........ 01 8 00:....... 4 4.5110 00 8 2't') on day June8-ly
In the Counties of IBelalr........ 8 ', 15711010 835
f. Longwood... 10 8 101'.1 515110, 25 915
Altamonte.. 12, 8 : 5 3 938 Es'rAnLIs1I ED 18Commission ,
I Orange, :':. .. l\ altland..... 15' 8 3i.; .......! 5 35'10' 45 1010
Polk, Winter Park 18 8 45;i..... 55711055 1030:
Orlando....... Z.l. 9 0l. A "I, 620'11' 15 1135 E. BEAN
Brevard, Klssimmee.HalnesCity. 409.45 5 201; 710,12, 05 I 15

Sumter : i ,
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.,:' and Ilillfeborough. : ; 6110 301 6 ..... ..i........ ........
Bartow J'nc6810 471 6 d7........._,:........ 350 Merchant and Forwarder
83,000 A ores AuburndaleLakeland 7210 57 6 501.. .....I........ 4 15 ,
..... 8:1: 11 25 7 50. 1 ....... 5 40 Railroad Wharf Jacksonville Fla. -
of these are NEWLY acqui ed Lands which Plant City... 931145 820..J., ....... 635 Waycross ,
Sefiber..._...1031210 8 ....... 7 20 Branch Packing-House!! AVaycross Railroad Depot, CiaiiiCNVllle, Fla.0rnal .
having been for several yei i rs reserved from Ar Tampa... H5112 40 9 4Sj..I.' ....... 800I
I AMI'' PM : g es s, :I:.... e m on.: sAnd ,

sale are now offered. NORTH ROUND. other Fruits and Vegetables, .

These lands comprise all classes and grades

of South Florida soils. High Pine and Oak O O O"O: O ,
STATIONS.' _Z oZ oZ ,;Z Nzo Reliable Correspondents in all the principal cities of the United States.
Lands among the Backbone Hills in the famous U U U
d I, C CJ Lake and Hill of t Peninsula. :
region e I

Lake Views and Lake Fronts; large areas of Tampa......... 0'' 200........ 530..._...: 630;(
Seflner-........ 12 2 30 ........ 6 05 ..... 7 15 Grro: wet i9 !3"U.pp1ies.
table lands well timbered with Pine,and Oak Plant City... 22 250. 6 40........1 8 20 .. Have a full stock of Growers' Supplies-consisting of Cottonwood Thin Wood for Orange
Lakeland.. .. 32 3 40I..r 1 30........ 9 :i5 Boxes, which makes the Whitest, Lightest, Strongest and Cheapest Box in use. Beach
undergrowth; Low, well-timbered, Pine Auburndale 43, 3 ... 800........ 10 20 ([Bangor) Thin Wood, Dressed Pine Heading, Hoops: Manilla Orange Wraps, etc., etc., all of
Bartow J'nc 47 3 55' ..... 8 I .I......, 11 25 the best quality, and cheaper than the cheapest.
Lands Prairie and Marsh Lands set in rich ........
tUalnesCityKisslmmee. 54 4 08 _...... 8 3.1! PM
i' AM Ar ILv I Agent for the Sale of the Stevens Sizer and the Dayton Tramway Fruit Car
native grasses affording good pastures for .. 75' 500 1 5 40 930 001! 130
Orlando. 93[ 545 1 6 35 PM 2 1 320 Send for Circulars and Stencils. sep4-tf
cattle. Also, Town Lots are offered in the Winter P'rk 97 5 57 6 50........ 3 501 3 50 _

MaitlandAltamonte...... 100 6 03 6 58..........I. 410
thriving new railroad towns-of Kissimmee, .. 102 6 10 7 lU ....... 3 25 4 :37
Longwood... 105 6 18 7 20 ..... ., 3 35 5 15 JOHN T. LESLEY, President. S. A. JONES Gen. Manager. LAWSON CUASE, !:;ec. &Treas.
Winter Haven, Bartow, Auburndale, Lake- JBelair........ 112 6 30 7 38...........i, 3501 5 40
Ar. Sanford 115 6 40 7 501........' 4 00, 555 HILL'BOROUGH COUNTY REAL ESTATE AGENCY
land, Plant City, Seffner, Mango, Orient and B,. Wharf..... f I ,
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Dade City. Pemberton Ferry Branch.-S.F. R.R. ; : TAMPA:: FLORIDA
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For further information apply to Land De- r'g i F'sf"8f M'l.' Ft., 1 STATIONS.1'1 I F'st F'st Ft. =- Are reliable and responsible,and being chartered are amenable to the SUte. Have every

partment of South Florida .Railroad Company 19. 25. 20. 26. description of Real Estate. We solicit correspondence. Send for our Descriptive
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P.M. .. A.M P.M.
,Sanford, Florida.WALTER o 5.15 3.40iLv| Pembert'n Fery Ar 9.3'j 9.10 75 _____n_ __ __ _____ __ __ _____-___
11 I 5.47 4.25.Owensboro.:! ........ 8.58 8.2'161
GWYNN \6 5.58 4&>'...........Dade City............ 8.48 805) 59 TheMachinea are light,strong, Fend now if yon ire Interested
23 6.17 5.2>;............Rlchlandlakeland............. 8.3 1 7.2; >2 easy-running, admirable in Farming.' Garden i up,or Trucking> ,
Janl2-tf General Land Agent.W. 43 7.35 715:,........... .. ........'. 7.101 5.4532, in design finish. for our 1886 Catalogue, which
53 8.00 8 CO,. ..........Plant City......... 6.:51!; 4.30121: Practical annda; fully describe our tleed Drills,
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M. LEDWITH. F. C. SOLLEE. 75 8.55 9.50'Arrlve' .TamIXL Leave'' 6."0) 3 CO' CI

LEDWITH & SOLLEE Hartow Ilraucli.- Daily except Sunday S. L. ALLEN & CO \VTieel-Hoes,
and Hollow Steel
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DEALERS IN I South "Bound" 127 and 120 Standard Horse Hoes

,.,rATIONS. IPa .,Pas. Pas.r !. Catharine Street, and Cultivators. Free to all.
I No. r\o.i&FI nnLAiEjmi.Pi.
I 13. 15. 17.
I Office, No.7 Herkimer Block, -. -,-- --- -- .---- -- -- --

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Leave...?Bartow Junction......' 0 A.M.0.50 P.M.4.00 P.M.8.20

Headquarters for Haines City Property. Leave.\t'interHaven..........I 5 11.05 4.15 8.40 AkL
Arrive....Bartow .i1711.40 4,50 9.2T .
North Bound.

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eECUIt TO\VIV LOTH 'A.)( P.M.1p.M.A.M.Leave : .

Bartow... ..........., OiI 5.io: 2. Oi, 7.0( : JV.ll
I eave Winter Haven. '12'' fdt 3. 5 i.a.)1: ilO.'i.'
: Arrive Bartow Junction:,17'' 6.0: 3.30, 7.50' ( '10.2I( '

Healthy, High, Rolling Land with Sanford and Daily Indian except SumiasT.'Pas. River.Kailroad. jpra

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Beautiful Lake Fronts. :tJ-- -' -.. -- ,jt .I* t'/ .
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.rlallilt u tare Opportunity to Purcliuno : o 1 i 5.0U'lv.( .......Sanford........ar 7.1017
3 5.17 .......JFort IltedJllutledge .... .... 7.23\ 11 .
Lots on thc Ili;:-licst!! Tract .*, 5 I 5.25...... .. .......... 7.15 12 a

17__ __J! 6.05 Ar......::.Ovlden! -'.:::....Iv,\ 6,35!I__ _,i_U r ,
of Lund in Tropical Florida. t Flag Slntions. Trains No. 3, 5, :a, and I C A

Dally except Sunday. No. 1 and 2 Hally.J .
1 wins No. 4,6, lU and 8 Dally except Sunday \
Laweland for broaaiavt.
is sltumed huU-vvuy between Train No.SKtopsat
Haines City
2i) Trains No.21 anu
Trains No. 19 and : Daily.
SHiilord and Tampa, and right on the :South: '. ji sr e y'C
22 Dnlly ex'eptiunds)
'Florida Railroad. It is situated on the highest -
and Indian
Connects at Sanford with Sanford
land 'In South "'lorida-rlclJ,rutting uuuhealthy I, River Itailroad for Ovldeo and points on
lies the
Tills excellent country
with the Poonle's I Line and
Lake Jes.sup
southward of large takes which protect the ; .
Merchant Ltue of SteiunprKfor
tropical fruit. There .s no frost here. The I DeHary- aya ... l. b. 1tOUJLW.ID. .
selected this Jacksonville and all intermediate polntbon l I' :'L .I K _
fact of the Indians having section
SU Johns lU"erand with Steamers for Indian -
of country as a home demonstrates be- River Upper St. Johns.At ii. ROGiiRS & CO.
doubt that it is absolutely the richest ,
yond a Kisslmmee with Steamers for Fort M ers
portion; since it is their aim, on account of and Bassinger.andpolntsonKisslmmee river. I DEALERS IN

aversion to labor to find the most fertile At Pembertou Ferry with Florida: Southern: :a. C> C> :FI 1'1"
.A. :L.
tracts; thus affording large returns from a Railway for all points East and West, 1VL Er ,
moderate expenditure of labor. Northl
very Come and see this town before buying else and at Bartow with Southern Corrugated! Iron, Fire Proof Iron Shutters, &c., Metallcjiuildlng; Supplies. ,
for Fort" Meade and points South. e ?
where. : Through Tickets sold at all regular stations! State gents: for F''. Van cx>rden & Co'*

F.J.UINSON, point' North East and West.F'BIDE1Gten. 1IFTAL.IC S XX :In N GL JiJ8. ; \'
Haines City Polk County, Fla 1 stxectJAcJosYXLLF1
1lTicketAlent. WMt..DaY :: A.4. .'
I.d Mr dwriptlY9 elret&lar,free.


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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.No HIGH GRADE CONCENTRATED MANURES

Transhipment.f... -W- ISTo Extra: Handling..

Cabin Passage, $20; Excursion 835.00; ; Steerage, $12, "C c r* -I' ,
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The superior Iron Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail from O T.C .c I

3 P. M. and from Savannah t follows c O -
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CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley..............................................Thursday, April 15at 3:30 p.m T
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge.........................................................Thursday, April 2"1,at 9:00 p. in d % .00 O
OITY OK MACON, tapt, Kelley............................-................. Thursday, April 29!), HI 2:30 p. m z !
GATE CITY. Capt. Hedge............................................ ...........Thursday, May 6,at 7:30 p. m Q -
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley............._..............................._Thursday, May 13,at 2:00 p. m rOW = r
GATE CITY Capt. Hedge.......... .. .......................................... .Thursday, May 2t>,at 7:30 p m PC 1 -
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley..................._...........................-Thursday, May 27,at 1:00 p.m
GATE CITY, Ca pt. Hedge.......... ..?...........................................Thursday, .1 u ne 3, at 6.30 p.m ernAR
CITY OK M/VCO Capt. Kelley.............................................Thursday, June 10, at 12:30 p.m
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge...................................-......................Thursday, .June 7at6:30 p. m THE BEST IN USE.
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley...............................................Thursday, June 24.at 11:00 a. m
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge.............._.................-...........................Thursday, July 1at5:30 p. m Prof. Isaac Stone, in his article on Orange culture In the trade edition of the Times-Union,
October,1885,says: "Of all the fertilizers used on some 15,000 trees,the Clark's Cove Orange-
Through Bills of Lading and Tickets over Central Railroad of Georgia Savannah, Florida "
Tree Food better results than any other used. Send for Pamphlet and full particulars -
and Western Railway, and connecting with East Florida by the Way cross Short Line t
(Florida Dispatch)and the Steamers of the b << Island Route. Uec7-tf WIGHTMAN &: CHRISTOPHER,State Agents.VVXL.L.J.A..1VJ .
W. H. RINu Nlckerson's Wharf, Boston. -- --

For Freight apply to RICHARDSON &; BARNARD, Agents, Savannah,Ga. -
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For Rooms and Tickets apply to
gepl-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 Bay Street Jacksonville, .


.C3r-.A.FI.J: :>EJ EEEJ3.: :
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I I handle none but the Best and most Reliable Seeds. My new Catalogue will be sent free
55 to 60 Hours \ JL on application. Also, Wholesale Dealer In

betweenSAVANNAH NEW YOUJi Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Grits, Meal, BranWheat,



-- PHILADELPHIAOcean J. E. Tygert & Co.'s 4 Star Brand Fertilizers.

Steamship Company. Comprising Guuranteed ORANGE TREE and Analysis.VEGETABLE

(Central or 90 Meridian Time.) FERTILIZER, PURE GROUND BONE
Passage Rates Between Savannah and New Y OfK. MURIATE OF POTASH, '; SULPHATE POTASH,

To or from New York, Cabin, $25; Steerage, 313; ; Excursion (return trip),$43.50. NITRATE SODA, KAINIT, ETC.
THE Magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows:
Prices en application. July 27 tiSCOFIELD'S
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CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catherine......................................,......Sunday, May 24:30 p. m
NACOOCHEE .Capt. Kempton.......................................................-Tuesday, ;May1- 6:00p.m: IRON
TALLAHASSEE<.E, Capt. Fisher..................... .....................................Friday, May 7- 8:00 a. m WORKSAdjoining
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson........................................... Sunday, May 9-10:00: a. m
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. TL C. Daggett.................................Tuesday, May 11-12KXm.: )
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine............. ..............._..............Friday, May 143:00 p. m Passenger Depot, ITIACOIV, GA. Manufacturers of the old and well knownSOHOFIELD'S
N ACOnCH,, Capt. Kempton..........................................................Sunday,May 164:30 p. m
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher .......?.. ..............................._............Tuesday, May 18- K.-OO p. m
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson. ...........................................Friday, May 218:30 a. m PATENTED
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. H. C. Daggett...................................Sunday, May 23-10:00( )( a. m
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine...........................................Tuesday May 25-11:30: a. m
NA'OOCIIKf4J.. Kempton ........................................................Friday, May 28- 2:00 p. m
TALLAHASSEE, Capt Fisher................................. ......................Sunday, May 303:30 p. m EMPIRE PREMIUM COTTON PRESS


[ Steamers do not carry Passengers.] The most substantial, best built, and fastest packing COTTON PRESS: on the market. Packs

DESSOUG, Capt.- ......._...... ........................_.._................._..Saturday, May 14:00: p. m Warn1 T's Portable and Steam
JUNIATA, Capt. Daggett............................................................Saturday, May 8- 8:30 a. m eam Stationary Engines and Boilers,
DESSOUG,Capt.-.....................................................................Saturday,May 1>- 4:00 p. m power. All sizes and styles-4 to 100 horse power. Shafting Pulleys, Hangers, :Mill Gear
JUNIATA, Civpt. Daggett.-.......... .?....................................... ....Saturday, May 22- !9:00 a. m ing and Machinery a specialty. Hancock Inspirators.the best boiler feeder known
DESSOUG, 'Japt. ............................................................. ....Saturday, May 29- 2:30: p. m and acknowledged standard. Iron Pipe and Fittings, Engine Trimmings, Brass valves, w
Whistles, Lubricators Rubber and Leather BetiQg; ,and everything pertaining to Foundry,
THESE PALACE STEAMERS, Machine: and Mill Supply business. Address

Connecting with the Savannah, Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line) and
the Sea Island Route. J. S. SCHOFIELD & SON, Proprietors.
Offer to the Traveling< Public and Shippers advantages< equalled by no other line.
Through Tickets and Bills of Lading Issued to principal points North, East: and Northwest
via Savannah. For further particulars apply to MACON, GEORGIA.

.. HENRY YONGE, Agent, G. :M. SORREL, Agent, -- ----- --- --
Pier No.35, North River,New York. City Exchange Building,Savannah, Ga. ------- -
W. JAMES Agent 13 S.Third Street,Philadelphia. .. ..
J. D. HASHAGENz..Joastern Agent; Sav., Florida & Western Ry. Co.,261 Broadway,N.Y. r.
For Rooms and Tickets apply toIL
R. CHRISTIAN. Gen'l Soliciting Agent,66 Bay street.SHERIDAN'S ," ,.,'
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is POWDER absolutely pure a and. FLORIDA DISPATCH T;
1 a ll>.
of any other kind. It is strictly a medicine to be Liven with food. Nothing on earth will make hens lay liko
it. It cures chicken cholera and all dir"nsea of hens. Is trorth its weight in gold. Illustrated book by
mall ftoeo. Sold everywhere or sent mail for 25 cents in stamps. 2 1-4 lb. airtight tin cans $lt
bjrmsUl* 'l. O. Biz ons by express,p: id,for S .oo... DO. X. a JOHNSON O CO., ;Boston 14M. cazlyper: Year. >., '::fir:

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