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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: May 24, 1886
Publication Date: -1889
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1876.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -new ser. v. 9, no. 3 (Jan. 21, 1889).
General Note: D.H. Elliott, editor.
General Note: Published at: Live Oak, Fla., <June 20, 1877>-Feb. 11, 1880; and at: Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 18, 1880-Jan. 21, 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (May 8, 1876).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: Florida farmer & fruit grower (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Florida dispatch and farmer and fruit grower

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New Series: Vol. 5N 21. Published by CHAS W. DACOSTA, Jacksonville, Fla. Price 5 cents. .
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figs is an insect not found originally in perfect fruit. The cuttings of each that five or six .ll-fill great measure. -|j j

C rove and Orchard: the cultivated kinds, and that after bring fruit true to the stock and always We have never attempted drying jj l
the suspension of the strings of the ,
producing abundantly the year this fruit, but believe that the three
former, already ready to, on the limbsof ,
THE SMYRNA FIG AND FLORIDA FIGS the cultivated trees, these insects following the setting. last varieties, because of the size maybe (.

The San Francisco Chronicle givesan leave their original homes and enter The varieties are: 1st, the small dried and packed with great profit

account of efforts to introduce the the opening in the "tame" figs always brown fig known as the Smyrna or adjacent to the city where they can be

Smyrna fig, which, he says, are the found in the extremity of the fruit Celeste. This starts early and ripensits gathered and delivered fresh from the *,
farthest from the stem. The exact
varieties known in the trade. first crop in May and a later one
only fig nature of the change wrought therein trees, the same morning they find ;!
Cuttings have been procured at in July. It is the most delicate and ready market for at three
great by this insect does not seem to be apparent family use
cost. and:have been cultivated, but as but it is claimed that it does delicious for the table without prepa- and four dollars a bushel.MULBERRIES.. ''j
ij yet*1* produce"** little fruit, and that not produce a change by which the fruit ration. In a dry season it is very rich '
: is successfully brought to maturity, resemble 1 ;,t;,:';:
of a satisfactory character. He says : and will ripen so as to a ,' '!,f. l'
and the result is known as the Smyrnafig
"In a few instances where these cut- of Malaga raisin. The trees are invar- Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH. : .
tings have borne fruit the product has commerce. iably full of fruit, but if not mulchedin Somebody. lately wrote of luxuriate )
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Now, in regard to this mysteriouswild ing on Mulberries. I too have heeti-doing
not been such as to suggest its beingof excessive drought and following -
any commercial value, althoughthis fig production of insects to per- heavy rains, the fruit falls, as do the the same, and] believing that this \
fect the fruit in cultivation have
may be entirely due to peculiarities we leaves, and afterwards put out again. fruit is not properly appreciated per-
of soil and superabundance of this to say: We believe it all "bosh. 2. Is a Light Brown fig, a third mit me to say a few words about it. ft

moisture, to which the fig is remark- A score of years or more ago, the larger than the Celeste, a more solid DOWNING'S EVERBEARING MULBERRYis

ably susceptible. The same variety Royal Society of Naples commissioneda fruit, richer in saccharine, later and the only variety worth cultivatingfor !

which in one place yields an utterly distinguished botanist to investigate not so prolific, but in our judgment, fruit. The name of Downing is a

worthless fruit, will in another place, i the subject of caprification, doubts superior to any other known here and synonum of all that is honorable, can-
i having arisen as to the value of the better did and intelligent in pomology. Ever-
where conditions of soil and climateare much for transportation fresh.

different, produce a fig of the utmost practice. He began by casting all 3. Is the Green or Yellow fig, more bearing indicates ita long fruiting

' excellence." He also reasons the theory aside, and proceeded at once to rounded in shape, larger, coarser season of nearly* two months.

theory of"caprification," and seeks to experiment. After years of observa- grained, but sweet, and most desirablefor While it must be admitted that the
tion and research, he made an elabo- fruit is remarkable for acid
not high
excuse the deficiency i in fruit becauseof table use, prepared with sugar or
neglect to supply the necessary ad- rate report of his investigations. A cream. Good for pickling, canning or flavor, yet it has a delicate and agree-

junct to perfect fruitification."It portion of his paper was translatedinto preserving in any form. Those usual- able sweetness that make it very

English, and is published in the ly put out first fruit in advance of the acceptable to most people. Fowls
seems, says the Chronicle, "that Journal the Horticultural
of Society, fond of them and for them
from time immemorial it ]has been the leaves on the old wood, and as the new are very
custom of the fig growers of the Le- of London. His verdict was that cap- wood starts continues to put out fruit alone this tree should have a place.

vant to allow numbers of wild fig treesto rification is not only unnecessary, but for two months. Shake the tree and old chanticleer

grow in contiguity to the cultivated positively injurious, and he recom- 4. Is an egg shaped Dark Purplefig joyously calls his family to the feast.
orchards. The fruit from these wild
mended the abandonment of the prac- with thick skin which cracks as the Birds( enjoy them and even the squir-
trees iR gathered at certain seasons,
tice. The report makes one of the A solid fruit bears rels the trees for share. But
and strings of them are made, whichare fig ripens. more run up a
suspended from the limbs of culti- most interesting chapters in all the his- handling and transportation better, so prolific of fruit is the treemineare

vated trees. It is said by the orchard- tory of botany. He shows that the and is less liable to becoming sour so at least-that none is grudgedThe

ists that only in this way can the fruit fig is self fertilizing, that the theory of while ripening in wet weather. season is usually March and
be brought to maturity, and that from "male] and female" fig trees is a myth.
this month later.
5. Is a Light Purple or Brown fruit April, year nearly a
trees not so treated the figs will
young
fall to the ground in an immature con We have grown in the immediate of larger size which commences fruit- The fruit ripens from day to day in all

dition.. By many this has been heldto vicinity of Jacksonville for twelve ing as soon as the leaves start and the abundance one could] desire, beautiful -

be a mere superstition, but an explanation successive years five different varietiesof when the spring is favorable, ripeningin I to the eye and pleasant to the

is given on the other hand, the fig, all good and perfect in June and continuing to bear until I taste. The berries average an inch

which is acknowledged by others to be themselves, but widely differing in appearance cold weather in autumn chills and I by half inch. Eaten freely they do
plausible, and still insisted on by still
others who have made a study of the color, size and quality of dries the fruit upon the. tree.. ft is ; not cloy nor derange the stomach.

subject as being the key to the whole fruit, all fruiting annually and re- pear shaped and with good nutritious I In the spring of 1881, I set out two

situation. It seems that in the wild] quiring no artificial interference for cultivation it frequently reaches a size whip like trees ; both have grown |


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enormously and one measures thirtyone uniform methods of culture, and as a'r ounce of toucinha, or fat pork ; one Even, if any great difficulty shouldbe
inches in girth a foot above the. natural result make a better use of pint of farinha,a coarse preparation of encountered in the attempt to in-

ground, and some of its branches reach : such advantages as you have. The the roots of the mandioca,and as many troduce the use of this cheap, nutri-
free interchange of thought and views
out twenty feet from the trunk, whichare as to how and what to do, will be of banana as they desired. Occasionallya tious, and after a taste for it has been
bent under the weight of their mutual advantage. I regard the in- few black beans or a little uplandrice acquired, palatable substitute for

fruit and so they graciously invite all troduction at this time of Spalding'sbook was given by way of variety. bread, its culture for the purposes of

to partake. on Orange Culture in Californiaas With this seemingly small ration, the manufacturing tapioca, which is a favorite -
Godsend to Florida and valua- i
This variety of Mulberry is noble in ble a acquisition to those who have a been negroes kept strong and healthy, and article of food with highly cultured -

form, grows to immense size and struggling-though in a minority-to did from ten to eleven hours' of hard people, and the production of

should, therefore, have a space of forty establish better modes of culture and labor daily. starch and Prussic acid is worthy of a

feet square. Its foilage is bright and more uniformity in methods in gen- The banana usually grown upon the thorough trial. Who will make the
strong and retains its freshness to the eral. I bespeak for the book a large table lands is a dwarf that rarely, if effort and be the means of introducingand
sale in Florida,and wish I had a dozen
end of the season. It harbors no para- copies now to sell in this immediate ever, exceeds six feet in height. On establishing the culture of a plant
sites, has no diseases or bad habits. It vicinity. The man who I the rich, alluvial soil of the lowlands, that may prove to be a valuable addi-

is easily propagated by cuttings. The adds one good thing to your already near the coast, several species are tion to Florida's resources.
climate and soil of Florida are perfectfor numerous list of valuable fruits is a grown, some of them growing fully The black bean, called by them

it, and all things considered, it philanthropist indeed. The melon twenty feet high. The number of feizoao, is also a valuable article of
shrub and Adriatic fig are certainly
seems to me to deserve a cherished valuable acquisitions to California, andI pounds of fruit produced by the ba- sustenance to the Brazilians. It was

place near every rural dwelling.L. also hope will prove to be to Florida.I nana plant, when it is properly culti- ripened, harvested and preserved in a
H. A. should think everybody in California I vated ib a rich soil and favorable cli- dry state, as the navy bean is in the
would put out a few of them, especially mate, must exceed that of any other United State. They cultivate three
DISAPPOINTED OltANGE SHIPPERS. of the melon shrub-such a delicous
food varieties of beans, all of which are
plant, and, as a in
consequence
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: fruit and so easily grown, and really
On the 8th of January last, the day valuable for market as well as home tropical countries, it is a very cheap bunch beans, the white, the stripedand
before the great freeze, a car load of consumption. No one can properly article of diet. In the coast marketsof the jet black, but the latter is
oranges left Montclair I consigned to I estimate the value to the State of one I II Brazil, some eighteen years ago, their favorite one. It is a prolific

Gerber & Signaigo, of St. Louis. They such new fruit acclimated from a for- they were only worth from eleven to bearer, quickly matured, (the same

were reported by that firm as received"in eign Can country.Mr. Floridians fifty-five cents per bunch, according to land yielding two and even three cropsa
Bigelow give
fair order" January 21. From size; while biack beans and rice were year,) and is not subject to destruc-
the benefit of his
knowledge regardingthe tion by the weevil as is rice and Indiancorn.
that time nothing more was heard of California methodsin worth about one dollar and thirty-

until about the 5th of April when the Orange superiority Culture ? And will he let eight cents per algueiro-a measure Possibly its culture might be '
about of bushel. introduced into the State with profit.
made equal to seven-eighths a -
following returns were : "
know about the "melon shrub and
us ,
Mr. Munroe received $25.75 for 125 No doubt banana culture in Outside of a few of the larger sea-
wherein the "Adriatic is
boxes, Mrs. Lee $35 for 250 boxes, to our Florida varieties fig" ED.superior DIS- South Florida will become a pleasantand ports, flour bread is almost unknownin

Mr. Waring $18.25 for fifty boxes, profitable source of wealth, and it Brazil, and the natives make
and Captain Willis $16.45 for twenty- PATCH. should be encouraged by all who desire but little use of Indian corn as an ar-

five boxes. to see Florida become a producerof ticle of food, although it grows well in

The commission house at the time farm its own food supplies.But the alluvium of the valleys. It is

of making these returns, reported that I Mr. Editor, cannot the cultureof sometimes eaten in its green state, as
"had been chilled in roasting-ears and the matured corn is
the oranges TROPICAL FOOD PLANTS. the Brazilian mandioca be intro-
transit" and consequently wasted Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH : duced,and itspalatable/arwAa be pop- sometimes beaten into a kind of hominy -

badly before they could be sold. Recently there has been a statement, ularized as an article of food ? That, but the writer never saw corn

The fruit was well packed and of a in varied forms, going the rounds of too, is a very prolific producer, requiresbut meal while he was there. As substi-

good keeping quality. It was proba- the Florida press to the effect that that little labor, and is very rich in tutes for bread they use farinha, rice,

bly the last car load of oranges not eminent scientist, Humboldt. once saida starchy matter. In Brazil the plant is beans, and other starchy substances.But .

frozen on the trees that went into St. pound of bananas contains as much called "mandioca," in the West In- this is becoming too long, andit

Louis.If nutriment as three pounds of beef. It dies "casava," and in Peru "yucca." will be closed with the question,

they wasted from being chilledin has been a long time since Humboldt's Its botanical name is Manihot utillissimma "Would it not be well for the State of

transit, they must have done so very opinion of the value of the banana as and it belongs to the natural Florida to establish one or more trial

soon after being opened. If so, why an article of food,expressed after hav- order JSuphorbiacece. Another speciesof farms, where exotics that promise to

did it take so long to close them out? ing made extended observations in the the same genus, M. Aipi, is grownto become of real value to the State

If on the other hand, they were, as reported -; valley of the Orinoco, was read by the a limited extent in some portions of might be made the subject of experi-

"in fair order," why were they i writer. But, if memory serves him Florida, and is called "casava." From ment by competent persons, from
not sold, when oranges were bringinga correctly, that savant said three poundsof the roots of the former the Brazilians whence the seeds or plants of all suchas

good price owing to the sudden bananas were equal to one pound of make their national substitute for develop claims of worth might be

famine caused by the freeze? beef, and that seems to be much near- bread, farinha, the tapioca of com- disseminated?" .....- -R.. E. P. .
leave their relative merit. No desire starch and Prussic acid. The
The undersigned beg to pre- er to merce, SWEET POTATO CUL.TUKK.
sent the above facts for the consider- detract in the least from the well- first is made by grating the washed For the FLORIDA DISPATCH :

ation of your readers. earned reputation of this prolific food roots, pressing the juice from the Some time ago you requested that

JAMES MONROE, producer prompts this communication, mass, and completing the process by some one prepare an article on the cul-

G. H. WARING, for the writer regards the perfect, well- i slowly drying it over a furnace in a tivation of the sweet patato.

JOHN R. WILLIS, matured banana as being the nearest I shallow copper pan. Just how the Having been a reader of the DISPATCH -

ANN HALL, NEE LEE. approach to Ambrosia that is bestowed tapioca is manipulated is unknown to since its first issue! and highly

Montclair,Sumter Co., Fla.,:May 15, 1886.) upon mortals, and from observation, the writer, he never having seen any appreciating the improvement that has
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in Brazil at least, he knows that it prepared. As it is a much finer prep- been made since you assumed the edi-
Florida and California.
constitutes a most important supporter : aration the process is probably more torial chair, I feel willing, in the default -
writes from Sanford
Mr. S. Bigelow ,
of human life. On the large coffee I complicated and costly. The starch of others, to contribute my mite
Florida to the Riverside Press and
letteron plantations of Sao Paulo, which are I naturally precipitates from the expressed toward advancing the interests for
Horticulturist a congratulatory
located on the table lands, about five juice and is preserved, and by which you labor.
Fair and
the Chicago Citrus says:
thousand feet above sea level, the usu- some simple process the hydrocianic My experience in the cultivationof
You of California, I think, are more
Yankeefied in your methods than we, al daily ration of the slaves was two acid is extracted from the remaining the sweet potato is not so general or

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more definite than some others. less than a ton to the acre should be whatever, it is a valuable product if ure forms, with the other three ingredients -

Having selected the variety wanted, used. Your crop will be about the extracted, but utterly wasted if put the very best compost known in

the-first thing to be attended to is the same to one acre as it will be to two into the ground. Both hull and oil the south. This compost, which is
practically what is known elsewhere as"Furman's
making of the "draw bed." For this with the same amount of fertilizer. I retard the decomposition of the seed, formula," has been in use

the soil should be made very rich with have raised at the rate of 400 bushelsper on which account the valuable prop- in South Carolina since 1877, but has

fully decomposed fertilizers ; also, acre with the first mentioned fer- erties of the seed are but slowly and been known in Georgia and the other

should be on such land as will keep tilizer.I imperfectly appropriated by the grow- States during the past five years only.It .

moist, should there be a dry spell, or also once raised at the rate of 600 ing crop. Grinding the whole seed is simply in accordance with com-
in due
mix
mon sense to together
else should be 'kept so by watering bushels to the acre on high pine land, does not materially change the conditions portions the materials that contain pro-the

whenever needed. Remove the sur- using only ground bone, about twenty though the nutritient elements I elements needed by crops, and it is
face earth to the depth of three or four 'pounds to one row one rod in length. may be rendered more readily availa- what any farmer can do for himself.

inches on a space three feet wide andas But ground bone, like cottonseedmeal ble. The unbroken seed constitutes a I The meal is more valuable for man-
than the whole seed because it is
long as is needed for the bed. Hav- will not amount to much if the coarse, bulky fertilizer, which cannot I ure more immediately available, to the

ing selected the potatoes for seed from ground gets dry. be profitably used at current prices if, plants, and contains a larger per cent.

the size of the little finger to an inch The potato draws are to be taken transported any distance. The ground of fertilizing matter in proportion to

in diameter, place them in the bed from the beds and set immediately.They whole seed is but little better, and bulk. When the whole seed is used a

about the thickness of your thumb should be about eight inches longone costing much more is undesirable. considerable portion of it does not rot,
but dries and shrivels, or rots so slowly
apart from each other in regular ]layers half roots. They should be laid Cotton seed meal, made from the decorticated -
that the growing crops fail to benefit
or promiscuously, as you like. upon the beds about eight or ten inches seed after the oil has been : by it. And in all cases the oil in the

Then fill up the bed, raising the sur- apart and punched into the ground expressed, contains all the valuable seed retards the rotting greatly, while

face until the dirt is four inches deep from five to six inches with a stick one properties of the seed in a concentrated this oil has in itself no manurial value

over the potatoes ; water thoroughly, and one-fourth inches wide and three readily available form, and is one whatever, but only represents so much
value wasted when the whole seed is
and from this time never let the earth eighths of an inch thick, with the end of our cheapest and most reliable com- used.

get dry'about the potatoes.For i rounded--and recessed circularly. mercial fertilizer It is found by an- In a ton of seed-about six and a

early planting, the bed may be I If the planting cannot be done when alysis to contain about seven per cent. half bushels-there are about thirty-

made in February ; but for plantingin the earth is damp, the draws shouldbe of nitrogen, three per cent. of phosphoric five gallons of oil. worth thirtyfivecents

June, which! have found the best watered well at least ouce after acid, and two per cent. of potash.An per gallon ; and,therefore, where
i used about of
whole seed is $12.25
time for a crop, the middle of Aprilor petting. inferior meal has been put upon actual value is thrown away ; besides

first of May is sufficiently early.I The beds should be kept clear of all the market containing a large percentage which, one ton of the whole seed is

have lound new ground the best grass and weeds.I of ground hulls, which is inferiorfor really not as effective as the 800 poundsof

for raising a crop. The old ground is find the variety we call the"Southern fertilizer or feed to the pure meal. meal that could be obtained from it.

so much infested with moles that it is Queen," superior to all others for The whole seed should he used if at Accurately, one ton of whole seed has
really not an effective manurial valueto
seldom that I succeeded with it. quantity and equal to any in quality. all in the form of compost. Indeed the soil of $18.50. while the 800

I think for pine lands the clearingand I think this variety is sometimes this is the better plan even with the pounds of meal that it contains havean

plowing should be done the sea known as the White West India meal, which composted with acid phos- effective value of$23.
and kainit makes Many of the oil mills, and there are
son before, as early as September. Yam. phate (potash) a I
hundred and of them in
one thirty-six
Sometime during the winter or springthe I tried the "Early Golden" last "complete manure," equal to the highest the south, offer to exchange with farmers -

ground should be made level witha i. year, getting my seed from G. L. Ta- priced commercial.. article. one ton of meal for two tons of
harrow or cultivator, as the beds ber, of Glen St. MaryFla. --' 0- whole cotton seed, and to pay transportation -
Cotton! Seed Meal.
will make up better from the level I had no trouble in getting plants both ways. Wherever this
Cotton seed meal is coming into
be done it is
land. Make the bed with that variety but found on digging can a very advantageous
to-
by turning use among the farmers of the south for arrangement for the farmers. But it
gether four furrows with a small seven- a loss of about an hundred bush- fertilizing purposes, as they learn it is is a sucidal policy for them to sell
inch plow, then make up with a hoe. els from one half bushel of seed and a more effective manure than the their seed outright to the mills, for
Potato beds should never be made the loss afterwards of the most of the whole seed. It used to be the custom very few of them will ever buy back
to apply it alone to such crops as corn the meal, and their lands will be
the i is If made in the banks per-
by rotting.
when ground dry. crop I
up
and cotton, but of late years it has become manently impoverished. If they will
of dry earth, no rain, oven of the 1 shall try the variety again this generally known that the effectsare persist in selling their seed they shouldat

rainy season, will wet them. season, but on a reduced scale.I obtained most advantageouslywhen least realize that even in its whole
New land just cleared can he made think it earlier than the Southern it is mixed with kainit and acid state it has an effective value to the

into beds in the same. way and a very Queen, sweeter in the fall, but not in phosphate.The soil of fully thirty cents per bushel,
the winter and meal contains nearly nine percent and when they are induced to part
good raised, but I think it more spring.
crop of ammonia but five-
only two with it for a less price they are imposed
profitable to have the land cleared and The flesh is tenderer and bruises eighths of phosphoric acid anrt two upon.-Charleston News and Courier.

plowed the season before. easily, turns black where bruised, and a half of potash ; and therefore M -4
There are two methods for fertil- which hurts its looks, and often the when acid phosphate, which contains One Cotton Heed.
thirteen and a half per cent. of phos, Senator Brown and Hon. S. S. Cox
izing I would recommend; one for rot begins in a bruise and goes throughthe
acid and kainit with thirteenper
phoric are warm personal friends and occa-
heavy fertilizing, the other for lighter. potato. I do not condemn the va- cent of potash are added, it will sional correspondents The other day

It for heavy fertilizing, sow broad. riety, but I state my observations, and be seen that a very powerful compoundis the Minister to Turkey, who is now
cast as you make up the beds. If for can only recommend it to any one for formed. The usual proportions are taking his vacation in Egypt, wrote a
lighter, scatter the fertilizer along the trial. N. W. 1,000 pounds of t the meal, 500 poundsof very interesting letter to the Georgia
the acid phosphate and 500 poundsof S"natnr. Near the ruins of Thebes,
middle of the bed and turn the fur- Welaka, Fla.
tHCOTTON kainit ; and when mixed togetherthe Mr. Cox and his wife, guided by the
rows upon it. SEED. total cost of the mixture will be celebrated archaeologist, Maspero, investigAted -
For a fertilizer, if you must buy, I about $22 per ton. a newly-opened tomb of an
have found about equal values of Its Value an a Fertilizer. It must be borne in mind that the agriculturist, who died 4,000 years

ground bone, muriate of potash and We have received several inquiriesas three chemical ingredients; named are ag". The mummy was found in excellent -
i those that are especially valuable to preservation, and the painted
to the relative value ot cotton seed
sulphate of ammonia best that I have
crops, and must be contained in all manures symbols on the walls were as fresh as
used. meal, and the whole or crushed seedas i that I pretend to contain the requirements the flowers of May. Among the ob-
Equal values of cottonseed meal a fertilizer. The hull and oil form I of plants And the ex- jects long buried with this farmer wasa

and kainit of potash make a good the greater portion of the seed. The perience of cotton farmers has demon- twig of cotton in bloom, which was

crop if the ground is not so dry that hull in the form of ash is rich in pot- strated that none of the guanos that *a perfect as if just wrested from the
are sold for even much higher pricescan field. Alongside the fleecy boll Mrs.
ash and used fertilizer but in its
the cottonseed meal does not rot. In as a ,
this in effect-
approach compound Cox has placed) a blue-harebell which
that case the meal is more of an injury natural form is of very little value. ive value. grew by the brink of the mystic Nile.
than good. For full fertilizing not The oil has no fertilizing properties The addition of a ton of etable man- Senator Brown will plant one of the
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seeds of this wonderfully ancient boll the revolution which put a violent cultivate. The danger of permittingthe

and hopes to perpetuate it in North Miscellany] end to this system, the effort made by landlord and tenant system which
Letter in Augusta
Georgia.Chronicle.Washington the large land holders to maintain a exists in England, Ireland and Scot-

._.-. LAND MONOPOLY TENANT.For -LANDLORD. AND tenantry rather than invite purchasersand land to get a foothold in this country

ANOTHER FORAGE PLANT. create homesteads, continued the cau hardly be overestimated. The
the FLORIDA DISPATCH:
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: The question is assuming importance curse and blighted the prosperity of success of Scully will influence othersto

As forange plants are now -attracting the richest and best follow his and the
and attracting attention from our National agricultural por example, even
so much attention will
you tion of the State and has held it in rich of this
kindly tell me what kind of seed the Legislature how far the freedomof I men country may gradually

enclosed is. I found it on the place domain may be safely allowed to abeyance whi'e the incoming tide of adopt the practice of buying great

when I came here and no one seems foreign capitalists and alien owners. homeseekers have occupied the wilderness lauded estates. The best interest of

to know how or whence it came. Nothing so retards progress and pre- and created wealth over a wide this country require that the landsbe

It bore two crops the first year I vents indvidual and public prosperityas extent of inferior territory.The owned by the farmers who culti-
came and rattooned and bore a good
crop the second year without any at- the accumulation of large estatesto landlord and tenant system of vate them. The tenant system of Eu-

tention whatever, but being close to a be farmed out to tenants or worked Middle Florida-the effort. to main- rope is not calculated to encouragethe

fence it was plowed up and lost when by hirelings ; and, on the other hand, tain the status quo of the aristocracyand freedom of thought and action

the fence was moved that year. I nothing so promotes public and pri- we may say it was a splendid I among the agricultural populationthat

supposed it was Dhoura, but I have vate prosperity and happiness as the aristocracy of refinement and wealth are necessary to the perpetuationsof
tried the white Dhoura (I know there
are two kinds) obtained from the seed- division of estates, and the working of incident to the system of slaverytheeffort the institutions of a republic.The .

men twice but had no success with it, lands in small areas' by the owners. to sustain this, rather than wel- minority report in conclusionsays

and since the Kaffir corn and other Hence the wisdom of our policy of ap come at once the Democracy of free that "with the natural increasein

plants with seed to nearly resembling propriating the public lands in limited labor, which always requires proprietorship population, and the 500,000 foreigners -
have attracted attention. Would be
quantities to actual settlers.It for the time has retardedthe who flock to our shores annually,
have
glad to opinion the
your upon
subject. That this will make a fine is safe to say'that had our public progress of the fairest portion of and by competition and reducing the

plant both for forage and grain I am domain, from the time of the passageof the State and reduced her landlord wages of labor, making the battle of

satisfied. Very respectfully. the Homestead law by Congress in values to a tenth of their actual in- life harder to win, how to provide
B. L. H. homes for our people a few years
1862 been held to sale trinsic worth, under a system of inde-
subject only
Lake Kerr, May 11, 1896. hence is a pioblem for the American
REPLY.-The shelled or detached under that law, and rigidly withheld pendent homes and small farms. statesman to solve. The multiplication -
Another evil new itself and of the of the soil is
from speculators and capitalists;exceptso presents owners a cor-
seed of Dhoura, Sorghum, Imphee,
far as to secure great thoroughfaresand .is receiving attention at the hands of responding enlargement of the num-
Millo Maize and Kaffir Corn
are not
ber of the and land-
but too late to effect patriots, every
schemes for drainage, we should Congress, proper
easy to classify and determine ; for owner in this country should owe allegiance -
have more thoroughly maintained the results. In our lavish profusion of "
though differing somewhat in size and to the United States.
original American idea of affording a land grants and favor to capitalists .
color, they bear so much resemblanceto A
and monopolists we have invited for- The South a Vast Empire.
each other, that we are often place of refuge for the oppressed of all
puz nations-"homes for the homeless, and eigners, aliens owing allegiance to The South It is spoken as flip-
zled and them. The
to separate name
of little
zealous rival pantly as you might speak a
lands for the landless"-to a degree governmentsgovernments -
seed enclosed by our correspondentlooks borougn. It is a vast empire. Steam,
that would have laid a broader basis which rest upon hereditary estates -
like that of the old EgyptianCorn cracking its cheeks for power and

or Dhoura, which has beeu cultivated for protection against oppression from and a titled aristocracy-to ac- speed to bear you from New York to

in this a local monopolists and nonresident'capitalists. quire vast tracts of land upon whichto the southernmost boundaries of that
country great many colonize tenants, who, though ad. empire, can barely do it in less than a
years ; but it may be either Sorghum,
week by latitudinal rails cannot
mitted to citizenship, owe allegiance ; you
In shortthe homestead would
(Chinese) or Imphee, (African.) It policy cross it in less than four nights and
have established a more stable basis of and are subject to the control of foreign -
is neither Millo\ Maize nor Kaffir three days. All the petty kingdomsof

corn, we think. If our correspondentwill public prosperity, and a more independent aristocrats and alien capitalists.A Europe might be stored away in it

send full head of seed and self-reliant, not to say MINORITY REPORTof and their presence hardly be known.
kindly us a
wealthy, citizenship, and a better the Judiciary Committee of the New York and New England mightbe
will
in the fall, we endeavor to tell hidden in it so effectually as to require -
standard of moral, as well as political, house, on a pending bill to prohibit
him just what it is. Meantime, he an explorer to find them. It

should raise all he can of it, as he is integrity. aliens from holding lands in this could be made to produce enough food

satisfied of its value.-ED. Florida is not an exception to the country, justly attracts attention. The and cotton to feed and clothe the en-

rule which has governed all the States report refers to Scully estate, in Illi- tire 1,400,000,000 inhabitants of the

Old Cotton. and the National administration, in nois, which comprises 90,000 acres, globe. It is an undeveloped empire.But .

Two bales of cotton raised by slave that she has lost sight of this princi- and is occupied by hundreds of ten- waved the over wand it, and of the progress has soil been is
generous
labor in 1862, and belonging to the ple, and is only now awaking to its ants, mostly ignorant foreigners, who beginning to yield its fruits, and citiesare

estate of J. H. Williamson, of Bethestia importance, when her twenty millions pay annually in rents about $200,000to rising on the cotton fields. Steel

township, South Carolina, were of acres of public domain is placed be- Mr. Scully, who is..a British subjectand rolled out in the form of rails is doingthe
sold recently at eight and a quarter great work of developing this immense -
yond her control and in the hands of resides in England. Another estate -
and to steam the resi-
territory,
cents per pound. It was held after and referred is known the Schen-
speculators, corporations foreign to as dent population look for the untold
the war, and the owner refused thirty- syndicates, who compell tribute and ley estate, and consists of about 2,000 wealth that the future has in store for

three and a half cents in gold, ,and hold the landless subject to their ex- acres within the corporate limits of them and the millions who will come

finally continued to hold it until death, tortions. Pittsburg and Alleghany City, Pa. after them. Gigantic railroad enter-
and then it was sold at a lower price prises have been projected, and the sagacious -
The curse of the great Northwesthas From this estate the Schenley's, who
than would have commanded at financiers who are to lay the
any been the facilities for the of Great Britain and live
time since it was grown. ever ac- are subjects rails are preparing to divert the hosts
--.. cumulation of large tracts of lands in in England, draw about $100,000 a from their march to the great North

The fruit production of California individual or corporate proprietorship year. west. Southern railroad companies,

is something wonderful. During 1885 beyond the reach: of actual settlementand In the Territories and the report as well as Northern, are about to em-
she produced in raisins over 9,000,000 ploy resident agents in Europe to pointout
cultivation small farmers and have said in Florida Louisianaand
by might ,
pounds, or nearly three times as muchas the invitingness of the balmy, fruit-
in 1884. She also sent to market men of limited means. Texas, there is' a great deal of ful South ; Norfolk's almost incom-

last year 1,500,000 pounds of prunes, The greatest curse of the slave sys- land owned by aliens, and the probabilities parable harbor offers easy access to the

1,823,000 pounds of apples, 1,900,000. tem of the South was the inevitable are that the time is not distant immigrants that will yet cut up the

pounds of peaches, 1,139,000 poundsof tendency to large estates and an aris- when this land will be occupiedby Old Dominion's thousand acre farms
plums, 650,000 pounds of apricots, and make Virginia rich, and the steel
tocracy without the Democracy of a tenants, imported from Europe,
2,250,000 pounds of honey, 1,250,000 rails from Norfolk will carry another
pounds of walnuts, and 1,050,000 middle class of intelligent, selfreliantand whose only ambition will be to get a I army of immigrants Westward and

pounds of almonds. independent citizenship, and after bare subsistence from the soil they I Southward.-N. Y. Sun.

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Triumph of Southern Industry.Alluding peculiar fact brought out by the' which arrived to day, several wooden Notes from Eau Gallie. 9

to the successful was that the pickles contained cases about the size of soap boxes were A new hotel is to be erected at the

sion of Southern iron into copper than the liquor in which stored. Commodore Lockland, an mouth of the Eau Gallie river.
steel the South 'V immersed and individual electrical connected Edison -
at Tredegar were engineer, an
Durable Labels.-Take pieces of zinc
Chattanooga, the Macon (Ga.) in the same lots contained dif-- lamp with a series of them, by
graph says: This has been amounts of the poison. means of wires, and on turning a but- about one inch square, then get a chisel -

plished by a people not aided showed that the structure of ton, the lamp shone brightly. In these about half.an inch wide, and with a

couraged by a kindly pickle had a special affinity for boxes electricity is kept to be drawn hammer strike or cut Roman figureson

but threatened with hostile legi and that the method of color- off as needed. The electricity] was the zinc. When you get to 100,
and misrepresented by men not immersing a copper plate in the stored in them April 24,' he said.
instead of C must make the V -
to the changed condition of containing the pickles) causes They were then taken on board the you upside

tion, its aspiration* and its pickles nearest the copper to re Labrador. On April 29 we lightedsome down. The hole for the wire will

A steel bar successfully rolled in a larger dose than those a little electric lamps from them. We show how to hold the label for com-

nessee is notice to England and off. Of course, this would have been lighting eight lamps from parison. Of course it is necessary to

North that the South is to be true in the case of any other them all the way across the ocean, and have a book with the names in it to
competitor in a great industrial ." have drawn off only a small quantityof
This is and dur-
test. It also serves notice upon never take a green pickle, as the electricity stored in them.' The correspond. a cheap
ern Congressmen that the day apparatus is the Faure accumulator.Its able label for fruit trees, very much
in jars but we find the
gone by for learned and put up function is to store up electricityfor used in England.To .

quisitions: on free trade, and and, we believe, the poi- use when it is wanted. The accu- keep Rabbits from Trees.-Twist

riod for business statesmanship constituent of an excess of cop- mulator is placed in circuit with an
around the stems of the trees some
rived. In the face of one that we long since declined the electric-dynamo machine, and the elec-
like this it would be worse than them. tricity transmitted to it is stored up. small mesh wire netting. This is a

inal in the men of the South that 4 The packed up electricity can be sent sure and a safe plan frequently adoptedin

should join in legislation of China Tea Trade. anywhere, kept any necessary lengthof England.

cast burdens upon a young but Robert Hart, Chinese Inspector time, and will be gradually and Neglected Fruit Bushes.When

ising industry. In this of Customs, calls attention of equally discharged along any circuit fruit bushes have been neglected for a
of is the of that be attached to the ;
cause one cause may appa-
North Carolina and Tennessee government authorities to the, ratus. The fact that the storage of few years they cannot be much improved -

join hands over the forge, of the tea sold by the electricity is possible has long been by systematic pruning. Thin I

Alabama and the others should to foreign countries, and known. Twenty years ago Gascon out a few branches if much crowded,
to foster their and Yamen order to Plante found that lead frequently
courage responds by an plates to render the bushes symmetrical, not
Soil climate and experienced charged with electricity acquired -
Guild to inform the merchants back the wood to
have command of the of cutting young any
given us a power storing electricityand
they must improve their articles
ple. From below the roots of parting with it gradually, but he material extent, as that will perhaps

ton plant we should draw the not to destroy the trade. Sir could not get his discovery in the shapeof give the most fruit. Clear off all

strength, which, moulded by in his letter says : a practical apparatus. This was weeds, stir the soil round the tree with- I

artisans, shall make the South teas sold by Chinese merchants done by 11. Camille Faure over a year out touching roots and put a little fertilizer -
powerful and independent. foreign countries during the ago. A Faure company has been
four or five years have become formed for the United States. One of around the edge of roots.
Copper-Colored Vegetables. the We Mr.\ C. H. Walton, of Eau Gallie
inferior in quality day by day. promotors says : are going to
The position assumed by the Chinese merchants thinking that sell force for any purpose. We can has been importing tea, bamboo and

ican Grocer is, that preservers an article much wanted in for- drive locomotives, steamboats or trainsof other cuttings ; also, eucalyptus, or-
should use no article that countries, and seeing that not cars, and light streets or buildings/ "
chids, pine apples, etc., from England
it"A .. .. -
i its it is
planation or defence. As g inferiority being. -
all the have been An Important Caution. "j t
same, making ...
use of sulphate of for --- -
copper way larger profits than before An important caution is needed in Status of Southern Industry.
pickles or vegetables, we regard
that by this manner of mak the use of oil stoves. As recently improved Reviewing the growth of Southern
excusable because it is I
merely to certain
are
profit they running
they are quite free from disagreeable industry for the first quarter of the
ify the eye at the expense of These merchants ought to know
odors. But nearly all burn. current and its condition
someness. In France the law there are other places which can year present ,

the use of copper utensils in the tea. Besides Japanese tea, ing implies the consumption of the the Baltimore Manufacturers1 Record

is being exported to all coun- oxygen of the air and replacing it remarks that "capitalists from other
aration of food the
or
the new tea planted in India is with carbonic acid, carbonic oxide, parts of the country, as well as from
sulphate of copper to .color in yield, its make is also
bles. better every day, and its nitrogen, etc. An oil stove or lamp ina Europe, are joining hands with the

is also room is constantly depriving the air business men of the Southern States in
In answer to a letter from the increasing day by day.
Chinese merchants don't seek to of its oxygen, and vitiating it with the building new factories, furnaces, etc. ,
cer, Dr. Edson, of the New
I really fear that the con- deleterious gases named. In summer, in opening mines of coal, iron ore and
Board of Health, says: will be greatly diminished. with the doors and windows ajar, the precious metals, and in constructing
"It is now universally a few years. By reckoning in continued renewal of the atmosphereof
scientists that is the admixture of fresh air railroads. The manner in which the
copper present I find the Chinese tea sold to room by
vegetables and cereals grown in countries last year amounted from without, renders the use of pipe industries of the South stood the strainof

containing its salts. Copper catties, the Indian tea less oil stoves and lamps quite harm- the late extreme depression, and
found in the tissues of the to several countries amounted less. But in close rooms, in cold more especially the demonstrated abil-

mals, where its presence is catties, and the export weather, it is important to have over ity of the Southern furnaces to con-
accidental, though cases where tea amounted to 2,000,000 an oil stove, and over every large tinue in successful
been detected in lower types of This year the export of In lamp, a hood or inverted funnel, open- of such low operation and duringa
period prices stag-
life have led observers to tea has increased to 19,000,000 ing at its top into a pipe-a stovepipeor
nation in the iron trade as that through
opinion that it is an essential and Ceylon tea to 4,000,000 a tin tube-to convey the rising
which the has has
just passed,
ent. All this shows that the Considering that a few years vitiated air to a chimney or other out- country
convinced the world that the South
of fraudulent let and thus fresh air admitted from
or improper not a single catty of tea was pro- does for lines
advantages
to food products turns to replace that carried possess many
copper in those two places, and so some source of manufacture those of
unequaled by
the mere presence, but on the having been produced now, we away. If the escape pipe eannot be other of the "
part country.
present. know to what quantity it might supplied be sure to have full, free any .
"In a number of samples a few years hence. Tea ventilation, especially in small rooms. Number of Arrivals.

copper-colored pickles, made in important for China ; if the An ordinary lamp probably consumesas The reported arrivals at the numer-
the maximum amount of copper merchants think a reducing much air as three grown persons do
was 2.515 grains per pound, and squeezing the necessary in breathing; a large one much more; ous hotels in Florida number 178,277.But .

mininum 0.786 grains. At : for the sake of making profits while a four-burner oil-stove will use it is not safe to assume that thisis

the Board of Health, acting the tea trade of China cannot as much air (or oxygen) as thirty or the number of visitors,as each comer

evidence I furnished it, to be ruined. forty persons breathing in the same. visits different portions of the State
manufacture of these goods. Therefore always look after
---- room. ,
and is several l times. It is
registered
quently one of the firm Stored Electricity. fresh air by using an escape pipe 'or

the use of copper for coloring New York letter of May\ 12 says: ventilator; better provide both.- not probable there were over 40,000

goods condemned and seized. board the steamship Labrador, Prairie Farmer. I different visitors during the season.


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were brought here from States further Selecting the Breed. ment, a good breeding sow should not

Live tocI I It north of Kentucky and Tennessee,and It is within the recollection of most be kept to that purpose until four or

farmers at all advanced in life when five old.Sulphur.
taken pretty well down the peninsula, years .
to talk in this of improved e .
IMPROVED KTOCK.F country
yet they have never been sick and
are for Lice on Cattle.
F cattle, no breed was referred to exceptthe
[? Cattle from Tennessee and Kentucky In thriving finely ; at the same time un- Shorthorn. If a farmer, remembering A great many remedies are offered

r G Florida. less one understands stock and is pre that period with vision shut fair lice on cattle, but most of them are

t. Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: pared to give them extra care until out since, should awake upon a gen objectionable in one way or another.I .
I from article in the last
infer an eral have never found anything for efficacy -
exhibition of cattle at a leading
they are acclimated there is
r issue of your paper, in the Dairy De- great live stock fair in this day, he would and convenience,equal to flour of

, that you have been unsuccessful I risk of loss. Therefore we suggestedas not be a little confused at the variety sulphur sifted over their backs when-

with Tennessee and Kentuckycattle a general rule the advisability of displayed. The improved breeds that ever they show signs by rubbing or

brought to Florida. I must say securing, when possible, home bred have come to the front are not quiteso lapping themselves of the presence of

that I am fully convinced the fault lies stock, and pointed out the great improvement numerous as are the new sorts of these parasites. An occasional use of

, with yourselves rather than with the potatoes, but the contrast is greater. sulphur in this way will keep herd of
- that can be made in
State the cattle. Get half Durham even
or The of cattle free of these if
reverse this comes to view whenwe very pests ap-
half Jersey, or half or quarter gradesof native stock by proper treatment. take off the hide (,f one and the plied when they first make their appearance. -

this cross of cattle, three or four We would not disparage the importation skin of the other, because no man distinguishes If they have obtained a hold on

years old, bring them here in October of choice breds, however, for if the surloin roast of steak of the animal, applications must be made

; and November, give them anythinglike we are to have home bred stock of the black Pol led-Angus from that of a once a week for several weeks, and if

fair feed and attention, and white Shorthorn. A farmer who is very plenty, an occasional dose of a
they will do as well here as in Ten- high grade thoroughbreds must first
capable of selecting a horse, iu table spoonful of sulphur in their feed
r r- nessee. I am from that State. Messrs. be brought here and acclimated. We way suitable for his various every uses, will materially aid in gettingrid of

t Younglove & Son, of Gainesville, I take pleasure in recording Mr. Moore's should:! have acquired such knowledgeof them. The odor of sulphur seems to

' brought a car load of this grade with : success, and 1 rust others will favor us cattle as to show him that they are be very destructive to all vermin, and

t( some pure Jersey, bulls to Gainesville I with their experience in this field. not so difficult to judge of. Formerlythere five pounds costing twenty-five cents,

October, 1884. Where these cattle were three uses we wanted cattle if used in this way, will keep a large

have received even poor attention, Forage either green or cured, and pasturage for, namely, work, beef and milk, and herd of cattle free of these pests a longtime

I they have survived well ; those that can be produced in Florida perhaps all of these were about equalin and it is the safest, easiest and

[L have had proper care and feed have with as little outlay as in any State in importance. The first named requisite surest means possible.

' surpassed any of our expectations. this country. The day is not far distant is no longer counted in, and the Cattie which have become thoroughly -

{ February 15, 1885, I bought "Benuty" when stock growing and dairy outward signs of excellence of the infested with vermin are unthriftyand
a three old cow half Jersey and farming will be among our leading in- farm. I
year { other two stand out so bold that a man a disgrace to any keep a
half Durham with a heifer calf one dustries.-ED. DISPATCH. even tolerably well versed in the char- small pail of sulphur and a small hand

00 day old-three and a quarter Jersey- ----.---- -- acteristics that indicate what form is sieve hanging up in the stable, out of

F 1, Valentine.1'" She gave milk 315 days GOOD STOCK.An wanted for beef production, and, on reach of the cattle, and whenever I see

amounting to over 800 gallons, and on Old Farmer' Advice. the other hand, what form is best for indications of lice on any animal, I at

February 2, 1886, I brought another Above all things, young man, do not milk, need not, it would seem, go very once dust a little sulphur over its back

heifer calf three quarters Jersey, start with a diseased old mare, and wide of the mark.-National Live and that is usually the end of the

"Fancy." I have refused 75 for hope to raise sound, profitable colts. Stock Journal. \ trouble. In this way I keep my cat-

Valentine and $50 for Fancy, You may breed her to the best thor- _-P.eI *- --- tle very free of vermin, and like it so

For the two heifers 0.. ... 0. .. 0 0 .. $ 125 00 oughbred stallion in the land, and the I Breeding Sows in Pork. well that I have used nothing else for
800 gallons milk at 50 cents per gallon Not kinds of animals will several J. W.in Our Coun-
(Jersey milk is worth this to me)0 400 00 chances are that the foal will inherit many pay years.-P.
I the temperament and weakness of the i the farmer better than a good, prolific, try Homes.
$52500Allowing .
f months care and feed .. 0 100 00 I dam. Let the dam! be sound, of good motherly breeding sow of a good breed, Useful Hints for- -Horse Owners.

Leaves net profit of ... ...... ...... 0 $ -425 00 disposition and color, and you have an ,I if well managed. The Live Stock Jour- Horses are very delicate and liableto
animal that bear valuable
If this don't pay,what will in Florida ? may you nal tells how they should be treated in ailments and owning
colts. You will need a cow, too. Do many persons
"Rose" three old three anda
at years not buy an inferior one because she is spring, as follows : them, who are not very familiar
quarter Jersey, and one and a quarter She will eat much "The value of breeding sows de-
Durham calved December 10 cheap. as as a goodone. with their nature and requirements,
What a cow eats is her chief pends largely upon their ability to will find the
1885 heifer following suggestions,
bringing a seven-eighths cost. If she eats little and only gives I properly raise good sized litters. The
is three condensed from article in the Cincinnati
Jersey now giving gallons per an
milk enough to pay for that little, she draft upon the brood sow's system when
All "Max" three
day. including my is not so profitable as the cow whichcan suckling seven or eight pigs is very Enquirer, useful:
old bull in fine
year registered are eat twice as much and pay for considerable, and she must necesarily Never feed a horse with hay from a
order sleek and silk.I .
they are shiny as double as much she eats. This cow is be liberally provided with a good ration rack located above his head, as a
all of &Son; from
the bought October lot.Younglove The I to be the foundation upon which you of nourishing food ; ground oats draught beats down which is injurious,
day bought"Beauty" are to build up a herd. You will raise and corn, two parts of oats to one of and the dust is liable to injure the
received another
they car the heifer calves and, perhaps, the bull corn, and a pint of linseed-oil added to
load of the cattle that have all
same calves If they are good stock, they each days feed, will be found an excel- eyes.A horse should not be overworked,
died Mine all
except two. are now will pay you well for care and feed. If lent diet. It should be cooked and for, like man, he gets tired, and to
the where will
on range they pasture poor scrubs, your care and feed will be fed in a thin slop. When the pigs are keep in good condition, he should have
until when the wire
July, grass gets lost. The more of such animals you three months old, they should be rest and good bedding.
Then I will
and themin
hard dry. put raise the poorer you will be, and the taught to take cow's milk ; skim-milk Sometimes a horse will not eat his
Para and Bermuda I feed
grass. a greater nuisance you and your stock may be used advantageously, but it.. usual food. A mash of oatmeal, milk
of wheat bran with of
peck two quarts will be in the neighborhood. If your will not do after that age to depend warm, is about the best food to give a
seed meal twice
cotton a day, now no : father-in-law sends such a cow as a upon the sow's milk altogether. The horse under such circumstances. And

hay ; but in winter I feed them at gift for your wife, we pity you, poor pigs should get all the food they want then a horse should have grass. It is

night. fellow. You have a burden for the in order that their growth may not be his natural food. A continual diet of
this cheer the heart of
Hoping may rest of your natural life, a double bur- checked."If hay hardens the coating of his stom

some of my brother Tennessee-and- den-poor kine and miserable kin. cow's milk be scarce, groundoats ach. The food is not digested. Car-
cattle-lovers I
Kentucky-Florida- am" Now we come to the next necessity and shorts, cooked with one-fif-- bonic acid gas is generated, and the

yours with "come and W.see S.my MOORE.stock. -pigs. Take the advice of one who teenth part flaxseed, fed blood warmas horse dies in agony, swelling up, suffering -

has tried it, and buy a strictly first- a thin slop, will be greedily eaten by from what is commonly knownas

We are under obligations to Mr. class brood sow and breed her to the young pigs. This food will be easyto colic. Then, again, horses need

Moore for calling attention to the arti- none other than strictly first-class wean them on, which should be done well ventilated stables, free from
stock, and give her and her offspring when they are six weeks old, and gradually draught or damp. The floor should be
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cle referred to which might be construed good care, and you will have in your so as not to injure the siw.Af- smooth and nearly level. It shouldbe

by some to disparage its im- pigs the most profitable stock on the ter weaning the pigs, the sow shouldbe I well drained and light, for sudden

portation of improved stock. We are farm. If, however, you buy anythingthat fed liberally to hasten her recovery change from darkness to light is try-

aware that grade and even thoroughbred is cheap, and give them little or from the heavy draft imposed on the ing to the eyes, and a damp, offensive

stock can be, and is, brought to no care, you will have another public system during the ''raising of the litter, odor is injurious. Then, again, the
nuisance and a private loss. Handle and when grass comes she should havea bedding and litter should be carefully

Florida from States further north strictly first-class pigs or none, and good pasture, to enable her to recover separated from that which foul.

with perfect success. We have in give them the best of care.Ben Per- and get ready for another litter. They should be well shaken u j and

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oughly cleansed; and when the stableis 'ii'are a great improvement to the style $2,000 a year to experiment with the' cates a mild,equable temper. A round,

empty let in a plenty of fresh air. and general appearance of real well feed as to cheapness and nutrimentand rather long barrel indicates good digestion -
A horse's stall should be horses. But for
large set-up carriage buggy,
the best method of breeding and double loin
; a strength ; an
enough to allow him to lie down truck and
com- car, cart, stage, wagon, gen-
fortably in any position. A tired eral travel, they are wholly unnecessary caring for the horses. oblique shoulder, surefootedness.With .

horse will be glad to lie down with his and as regards safety, they are a Every horse is now fed six times a fat, hard bones, long in the arm,

legs stretched out if he has room; but detriment rather than an advantage. day, the first! feed bring given at five speed is indicated.A .

if you can't give him a loose box, thena What do surface car horses want with o'elock a. m., and the last at 9 o'clock horse should be watered before
light halter block should be used, blinds? Horses, like ourselves, wantto
m.. the others at regular intervals ration because if he
p. receiving a grain ,
and care taken to arrange the halterso see where they are going, and the
that it may travel freely to allow horse that shies, proves that he wantsto between those hours. drinks immediately after eating the

the head to come easily to the litter, keep out of danger, by the very The twenty pounds of mixed grain water will wash the undigested grainout

for rest and sleep are as necessary as fact of his shying. (the corn all being shelled) is divided of his stomach.

food and water. We must consider that a horse lead- into six equal parts. The horses are .
If a horse comes to the stable wet, ing an artificial life, like ourselves,
uniformly fat and healthy for out of Exercise the Stallions.
he should be rubbed dry before the walking in the dark in a strange
blanket is put on. If he is standing place, doesn't see what is around bim one stable containing nine hundred To keep a stallion in a box-stall the

about in the cold, it should be put on. 1 if he has blinds on, and is therefore horses it is customary to have only an year around and require a man to

The legs should be rubbed, and the : naturally timid and careful. If a average of three horses in the hospitalat spend his time to exercise him is a

hoofs always examined for stones. horse is too careful, and takes too widea a time, and I assure the reader thatno waste of time for man and beast. It
4 circuit in shying it is with the best
Hearing Calves. 'fI horse is permitted to work if it is does a stallion good to work. We knowof
intention from his instincts. But be-
Feed skim-milk lightly. Eight to cause he does it a little too much, and the least out of condition.The a farmer who has a pair of draft

nine quarts daily, in three feeds, is more than his driver sees necessary, work of pulling these omnibuses stallions which he uses for a farm team

sufficient to make a thrifty calf gain he should not be abused, but spokento containing forty people is done by and to haul loads to market. They are

from twelve to fourteen pounds a week. softly and kindly, and thus encour- three horses, hitched abreast. No in perfect health, and get work enoughto
More\ calves killed
are by overfeedingthan aged, for he means no The
wrong. horse works but hour- and make them kind and
under-feeding. Feed three timesa stupid lunk-head will go close to a two a day, gentle. They
day if you wish good results. hole that one wheel will fall into it, then it is on a steady easy jog over advertise themselves, and no time is \

Never l let the milk go into the calf while the horse of intelligence will smooth roads, travelling in all not to spent running around to show them.

stomach colder than 98 degrees Fahrenheit keep well away from it,but not having exceed ten miles a day. They work on the farm in the early-

Use the thermometer regu- studied geometry, he does not know As soon as a horse returns to the spring and do light work during the
larly in determining the warmth of the exact length of the axles, and the
the milk. distance necessary to keep from the stable, no matter how hot the animalis season of service, and are better sireson

Make\ lime water by putting a lumpof danger. Man himself doesn't keep nor how cold the weather may bea this account, and their get is more

lime the size of a hen's egg into a away from danger at all times, thoughhe groom takes a bucket of cold water, vigorous.
jug of water and shaking. When the has the advantage of sense and a brush and sponge and gives the --_----. ... JL ..._
water is clear it is ready for use. Keep reason supplied him.-Colonel J. P. Cleaning the Stable.
the jug corked tight at all times. A Battersby in American Agriculturistfor horse a vigorous sponge bath, after Nothing will purify and keep a sta-
tablespoonful of the clear lime water which he is blanketed and returned to
May.
ble so free from odors as the free use
may be given with each feed if the ---.-- his stall. It is not allowed to dash the
calf shows any signs of scours. If Fatal Horse Disease. water on the horse from the bucket, of dry earth, and every one keeping
scouring reduce the amount of horses or cattle will find"it to
occurs, Last September a fatal disease but the sponge and brush are applied pays
milk at once. An egg stirred in the among the well-bred and well-kept keep a heap of it at hand, to be used
milk and parched flour are both excellent vigorously.
A few shovelfuls of earth
remedies. Over-feeding, not horses in Germantown, Pa., created -.e. daily.
feeding often enough, irregularity and great alarm and surprised .the veter- :Farm Animals in Florida. scattered over the floor after cleaningwill

cold milk are the principal causes of inary surgeons, who failed to account The Department of Agriculture, in render the air of the apartmentpure

scouring.Teach. for it in any known theories. It has its report just issued upon the condi- and wholesome. The value ofa

the calf to eat whole oats by again made its appearance among a tion of the farm animals of the coun- season's manure pile may be largely
the time it is three weeks
or a month
old number of horses at New Garden town- try, has the following with referenceto increased by the free use of such ab-
by slipping a few small handfuls
into its mouth just after it has drank ship, Chester county. Several horses Florida : sorbents. The strength of the gases

milk. When it has learned to eat have already died, and it is feared thata Horses and mules have been re- and liquids absorbed is retained, andis

them, keep a supply before it in a lit- horse epidemic will follow. Dr. markably healthy, are looking better the the very essence of good ma-

tle box. If you haven't oats. enoughfor Francis Bridge, the State Veterinary than usual, because of better food and nure.-Eastern Argus(Portland, J/e.)
the horses and calves both, let the
horses go without, rather than the Surgeon, has made an investigation, care. Stock cattle are thinner and i ---e------

calves. Don't waste time grindingthe and pronounces the disease spinal poorer than usual, owing to the winter Looking at Kentucky Horses.

oats. Bran, oil-meal and other meningitis, the result of overfeeding.When having been colder,and in much of the Three representatives of the Japanese -

articles are good, but oats is the most the disease appeared in Ger- State wetter than usual, the owners government have been in Ken-
satisfactory of all. I never knew ofa tucky looking at the horses in that
mantown, veterinary surgeons generally having provided no shelter for them.
calf eating too many.Vhile young State their object to
being gather as
each calf tied itself and if pronounced the disease spinal Stock cattle in Florida are neither fed
keep by i. much information as possible concern-
the flies are troublesome darken the meningitis, but they were at a loss toi i nor sheltered from storms. ing the highest types of trotters and

stable. Don't put the young thingsout tell the cause. Horses never received Sheep are generally located in the runners. They purchased nothing,

into the hot sun with the idea that better attention than the ones afflicted open pine woods region of the State, but took such copious notes concern-
the little grass they may eat will com- ing numerous animals that it is expected -
with the disease in Germantown last and off from the wet lands. Their
pensate for the blood sucked by the they will do so'oe business with
myriads of flies that pestered them. fall, but they all died, and the most condition is excellent as to health, but the breeders of the biue grass region

We have had less trouble and better surprised people seemed to be the veter- the wool is of low grade, because no before leaving for home..-Chicago

results with winter calves than with inary surgeons It would be well for efforts have been made to improve its Time

those that come in the spring. our stablemen to use extra care in the quality. No disease has ever pre- .
Dismiss all prejudice that a skim- and "Sanded" Mules.
feeding management of stock.
vailed among the sheep in this State.
milk calf must be a stunted, unsightly -0*---- -- Mules in Hamilton county are dying -
How the Omnibus Horses The two a disease called
thing. We are making as great ad- are Treated in past years
Paris from eating sand. Mules and
vancement in calf rearing as in butteror "hog cholera" swept over the entire
cheese-making, and old ideas must At the omnibus stable the horsesare State. horses if allowed to run on cultivatedland

be put away.-Prof. Henry, Wis.' Ag. fed twenty pounds of grain a day, ... when the feed is short will require -

College, in American Farmer.The I as much hay, straw and water as they Points of a Desirable Horse. daily supplies of grain or they

-e-------- want. The feed consists now of corn, Good width between the eyes, the will become "sanded" as it is called
Use of Blinds on Horses.
oats and beans, mixed, and also some eyes prominent but placid, with a good and die. We have known of a dozen
The
custom of putting blinds on
horses indiscriminately, is a great carrots, since carrots- are very cheap height from the eye to the ear, are in- fatal cases in this country and have

error. Carriage horses look well in in France. dications of intelligence. If-the fore- I never yet found or heard of any rem-

showy head-gear,and handsome blinds The company pays a scientiist head is prominent and smooth it indi- edy for a "sanded" animal.


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": ORANGE FUNGUS. Gulf Hammock. Employment Wanted.To .
Vlle Jilorida izgntch.
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: We are indebted to friends who I the Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH:: : .
------ I have enclosed a sample of sour have recently found homes and entered You will confer a very great favor
= JACKSONVILLE, FLA., MAY 24,1886. seedling orange trees cut off at the on me by giving, in an early edition of
--- ----- ---- -- ------ ----- farms in the famous Gulf Ham-
A. H. MANVILLE, Editor. ground, which appear to be effected ina upon the DISPATCH, any information you
way we cannot account for. Will mock in Levy county, for a courteous can concerning the following:

Cotton Seed Meal for Iloraea. you kindly call attention to this troublein invitation to visit them and take a I am very anxious to acquire a thor-

A correspondent makes inquiry in your paper, asking for information survey of this vast district comprisingthe ough practical knowledge of growing,
8S to its cause, effect and cure? Withus packing and shipping oranges, and to
reference to the value of cotton seed richest and most fertile portion of
;- it is a new thing, but as it nearly or become more familiar with general
I meal as food for horses. Will some quite checks: the growth of the tree the State farming.: Having little or no experience -

of our readers enlighten us on this and spreads very rapidly from one to We shall take great pleasure at the to speak of: in either of those

point ? another, we are apprehensive that it first opportunity in accepting this invitation branches, I would like to hire out on

4 may cause much trouble and loss. and informing ourselves per- a large grove in some favorable local-

Why Not? Respectfully, sonally of the characteristics of the ity, or else obtain employment in any
Can small fruit Northor F. C. BUFFUM. capacity on a farm or garden, in order
,
any grower
Stanton, Marion Co., Fla., April 9, 188G. region which is at no distant day to that I might gain such knowledge.
South, tell us why currants, cran- We referred the above letter to Mr.\ become the grandest sugar, rice, corn, Would you please state:

; berries, gooseberries and raspberriesdo Ashmead, United States Entomologistfor grass and vegetable producing districtof 1. If farm or grove hands are in demand
not thrive in Florida? Why can
Florida, who returns the followinganswer. Florida, not excepting the lands
raised here? 2. What are generally paid ?
they not be successfully wages
4 We shall be glad to receive reclaimed by the Drainage Company 3. Whlit portions of the State are

Southern Bivouac, from any orange grower further inti- in South Florida.It most favorable to seek employment?

For May, has an interesting table of mations on this subject: will require persevering industryand 4. Are there businesses other than
unconquerable to subdue farming or orange growing in whichone
contents, literary and historical, with REPLY. energy
executed Editor fixwiDA DISPATCH: this vast territory now nearly covered could get employment?
and
appropriate beautifully
5. Could one willing and physi-
Your communication of 10th inst. any
with the dense growth of timber and
illustrations. This number ends the
with of affected cally capable,but totally inexperienced
specimens
first volume. Issued by B. T. Avery twigs and leaves duly received. orange wild verdure, but when it is once done get; something to do in Florida?

& Sons, Louisville,Ky., at two dollars The trouble is not caused by insects its wonderful fertility will mark the An early answer will be much appreciated -

per annum. but by a fungus, microscopical in its vegetation of the poorer regions when by, yours very respectfully,

.. .. nature and difficult to determine.Not commercial fertilizers and constant ROBT. PISHER.
Austin, Cook county, Illinois, May 7.
New England Magazine, making a specialty of the manuring are required to secure remunerative -
fungi or fungoid growths, I am unableto Answer 1. Farm and grove handsare
an illustrated monthly, devoted to the crops. A mOle extended
determine the species causing the constantly required, but the sup-
history, biography, literature, educational notice awaits a personal reconnoisance
trouble and
can only suggest, as a pos- ply is equal to the demand.
social, and material interests of sible remedy, the carbolic wash, so which we hope to make before the
2. circum-
Wages according to
New England.This frequently resorted to in such cases. summer shall have lapsed. Thanksto vary
stances and qualifications-$15 to $30
is emphatically a New England Yours truly, our friends who have so courteously
TM.\ H. AsH \i1 AD. per month, with board ; $1.00 to $1.50
Magazine in style, character and char. tendered their hospitality and personal
Jacksonville, May H, 1&sG. per day, without board.
acteristics In matter .. attentions.
paper, print, -
/.4 4 and 5. A of
man industry, integ-
,.,
style, illustrations and all its make-up, EUCALYPTUS TKEES. Let Us Discriminate.
and habits find
rity good can always
it savors of Puritanic New England, Large trees of the Eucalyptus Globules In our last issue an article was re-
and locate
staid,quaint, sober, mannerly, church- have been killed as far south as published from the Ocala Free Press employment but and adventurers advantageously seek--

.. going, literary, collegiate New Eng- Sanford by last winter's freeze. The (which we usually regard as reliablein ; tramps without work too abun-
ing are
pay
land ; the last to yield to progressive, experience of the past ten years demonstrates its representations) in reference to dant.

reckless, mannerless Young America. pretty clearly that this species "paper towns," among which the town --I.i.

The number for April has ,a steel of the Eucalyptus cannot be of Parkersburgis classified as one of The Florida Medical and Surgical Journal,

portrait of sturdy, round-faced, good- grown successfully in Florida unlessit the visionary of speculative frauds. T. O. Summers, Charles H. Mallett

natured James Otis,a graduate of Harvard be in the extreme southern portionof \\'etake great pleasure in stating that and Neal Mitchell, editors ; pages 32.

1743, with historical sketch ; an the State. There are several speci- Parkersburg is an exception to the Monthly, $1 per annum.

illustrated sketch of the illustrioustown mens of another species of this tree in Fred Press' black: list, and is a place of No. 7, for May, is on our table] ,with

of Andover, with its literary East Florida, and we await with interest real merit and advantages, and that it contents as follows: American Medical

halls, schools, chapels, theological sem- an account of the effect of the is backed by some of our most reliable Association ; Is Ergot Indicated Dur.

inaries; from which we are constrainedto freeze upon it. We have never been business men, who would corn to be ing the Process of Labor and Abor-

present the following extract : able to ascertain the name of the latter, the means of deception, or a party to tion ; Unprofessional Practice of Med-

"Andover, the 30th of January, 1719-20. though it is evidently one of the fraud. Will the Free Press revise its cine ; Diagnosis of Sex Before Birth ;

To Mr. Ebenezer Lovejoy, constable, numerous species of this genus. A list, and discriminate between projectsof Cure of Fistula] by Injection of Oil of

Greeting: Whereas there are sever- beautiful and rapid growing tree of real merit and mere "paper towns." Turpentine; Digestion of Milk ; Edi-

all Persons com to Reside in ourTowneand this character which would thrive torials.

we feare a futur charge and as the here would be a valuable addition to The Tropical Agriculturist.A The publication office of the Medi--
Law directs to prevent such charge, monthly record of information of
in his \ our arborculture. cal Journal is removed from the Times-
you are Requested Majesty'sname coffee, tea, cacao, cinchona, rub-
sugar
.
forthwith to warn the severall! Union to C. W. DaCosta's Printing
persons under wrighten : to depart out Ohio Agriculture.We ber, palms, rice and other products, House, corner of Pine and Bay streets.It .

of our Towne as the law directs to, have received the annual report suited for cultivation in the tropics. will hereafter appear promptly on

least they prove a futur charge to the of the Ohio Agricultural Exper- Colombo, Ceylon.The the first of each month, and will be
of the State Medical Asso-
Towne. iment Station for 1885, which consti- number for April is replete. the organ

[Signed by the selectmen.] tutes a volume of 256 pages. This with valuable information touchingthe ciation. -+.
"The also desira-
town settle encouraged bureau was established in 1882 for products of all tropical countries.In Marvelou Milk and Butter Record.
ble persons to by making them
grants of land, etc. Ministers\ and the benefit of the interests of Prac- regard to tea, coffee, jute, ramie, Two two year old heifers, of the
Holstein-Fresian stock of Lake Side
masters of schools tical and Scientific and cocoanuts cinchona and of the ,
grammar were ex- Agriculture many
Stock fame, of Syracuse, New York,
empt from taxation. for the development of the vast agri- industries which attract attention in are authentically reported to have

" Then follows a sketch of the Webster cultural resources of the State. The our Southern States, it demonstratesthe yielded-the one 18,368 pounds and

family, with a picture of the hum- experiments are carried on in both the folly of those theorists who seek to two ounces of milk during the year

ble birthplace of Daniel, and subse- field and laboratory and embrace bring the labor of this country in com- from May 1885, to May 1886, and the
other 13,159 pounds and four
quently a beautiful illustration of the grain raising, stock farming and dairy petition with that of countries whereten during the year ; 300 pounds and ounces one

sturdy, grand old Roman, farmer-clad, husbandry, fruit and vegetable culture to twenty-five cents provides for ounce of which made sixteen poundsand

striding over his farm. and forestry. all the necessities of the laborer. nine ounces of unsalted butter.



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to Jtsup and from Jesup by way of traded.t. Payable in advance, unless olherwit* con- Secretes the bXc and acts like a filter to Variable appetite; faint, gnawing foiling

St. Mary's to Harts Roads. The road ------------ cleanse im["'iritjes of the blood. By irregularity at pit of the stomach, heartburn, wind in the
BPACE. WEEK I MO. a MO. tj MO. 1 YEAR
,. )I II in its action or suspensions stomach,bad breath, bad taste in the mouth,
will )little the of the
pass a to west I sqr J1'- 200'1' $6O0 !1200 $1600() $2200 of its Junctions, the bile poisons the blood, low spirits, general prostration. There is
present town of St. Mary's and cross 2 : 10 50 tl Ike() 28 eM) 38 (1M) causing js ind'ce, sallow complexion, weak no form of disease more prevalent than Dyspepsia -
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bring into requisition the old projectedand 1,4 1200 36 00 72 no Jfj! IMII IS:! I I feeling, and many other distressing sympan enfeebled or poisoned condition of the
forsaken of Rose Bluff 3 1-1 (uO 42 00 81 I (X) 112 nnl)) 150N{ / ; toms generally termed liver troubles. These blood. BULL'S SARSAPARILLA by cleansing
town one 1 IA u I 18 OIJ 51 011) 10. (JO' J III nl)I 1I'N! '
are relieved at once by the use of BULL'S and purifying the blood tones up the diges-
beautiful sites for in
of the
most a city
I Subscription $:J.OO per annum, in'ulr''u'". SARSAPARILLA the great blood resolvent. tive organs, and relief is obtained at once.
the State, and one which will, if the -- ---- ----- -------- DB.JOHNBtm.-I have been for a number DR.J'onN'BULL.-I have no hesitation In saying
road is built cause Fernandina to SPECIAL CLUB RA 7 ES. years severely afflicted with a mercur'al ll1tmJache that I believe your SARSAPABILLA to be the best
and a dull,heavy pain In my liver. Three bottles medicine manufactured for the cure of Scrofula
look to her laurels .in the commerce We have arranged with the pub -sliers and of BULL'S SARSAPARILLA gave ine more relief Syphilis and many other cutaneous and glandu. t
will club THE DISPATCH with any paperor than all the others combined. lar affections,having used it With entire success
and trade s-) lung considered her's by periodical published the United :statesor T.OWENS, Louisville,Ky. In numbers of the above cases.
divine Great Britain. Prices on application. DR. Joinc Buix.-I have examined the pre JAMES :MOORE: Louisville,Ky.
right. for the of Dn.
JOHN
scription preparation BULL'SSARSAPABILLA
Remittances should be sent by Check, and believe the combination to DR. JOHN Burr-I procured one bottle ofbot.J'.excelleni
--- Mnnev Order, Postal Note or Registered Let- one,and well calculated to BULL'S SARSAPAKILLA.for my eldest son. Among
ter, udd-.. epd to (]un: alterative impression on the system.prothe remedies and various prescriptions that he
Fruit and Vegetable Market 1 r- '_ used it both In public and private practice has tried for weak... lungs and chest,this one bottle
C. W. OaCOSTA, Publisher, all think it the best article Sarsaparilla use.has been of rrv> benefit to him than all. It has
FLORIDA DISPATCH LINK!, i isrgvn-tr.' Pt t. M. PYLES,M. D., Louisville Ky., cured me of lo,-.' pslr,as ,\0 11JU1LN .
261 BROADWAY NEW YORK, May 2-J, IISgj. } I lie*.Phys.At Lou.Marine IIosp. a.MCGEE Horse Cave,Ky.
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QUOTATIONS. To Subscribers. THE
Florida Irish Potatoe prime, bbl. 4 00@6 00 KIDNEYS SCROFULAAre
.' Wax B..-ans,per crate .... hQ@l 25 See printed slip on your paper (or wrapper BLOOD
Hound Beans, .. 25; 50 and if incorrec report same to us at once the great secretory organs of Is a peculiar morbid condition of
Cucumbers, pllme, . ..2iK250( the body. Into and through the IS the system, caused directly by
.. Note date of the expiration of your subscription -
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: impurities or by
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Squasn.. per. ( ( Special to New Subscribers' If the[': ool'?do not act properly this to the system through the blood, usual
44 white, SOp 75 From and after this dale' every new sub Item. is r 'alsxd and poisons the blood affecting Ise glands, often resulting in i

J. D. HASH.AGKN Eastern Agent., scriber the PISPATCII, will receive on ap- causing" chc, :'eakness,pain in the small swellings, enlarged Joints, abscesses, ore 1

plication a colored map of Florida/we. Scale of back and.-hv, flushes heat,chills, with eyes, blotchy eruptions on the face or leek.

FLORIDA DLSPATCII LINE. ) eighteen mile. to th inch. disorred stomc.ch: and bowels. BULL'S Erysipelas is akin to it and is often mistaken

BOSTON Mass., May 17186.} --.-- SARSAP/iniLLA acts as a diuretic on the for Scrofula as it comes from the same cause,

Fla. Potatoes ... ... . .pei orate 2 004 JO An Unprecedented Ofler. Kidney rind bowels, and directly on the impure blood. BULL'S SARSAPARILLA by,
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O. G. PEARSON, months. bSdI31I'OitTANT. DB.JOHN BULL.-I have used BULL'S SARSAPAchannels..
Agent. NOTION." BILLA. for rheumatism and kidney trouble and DR. Joni nULL.-It. is my opinion that your
--- my son has taken it for asthma and peiieral depreparation of SARSAPARILLA is decidedly superior -
r PHILADELPHIA, May 19. Its86.$ Subscribers in arrears for() subscription bility. It has given ua both great relief.Yours to any other now In use, and I will take
truly, great pleasure in recommending it for the cure of
Reported especially for us by EVANS BROS.. to the first of 1886 THOS.H. BENTLEY,Kossville,111. Scrofulaaud all diseases of the blood and kidneys.
January
Produce Commission Merchants,No.56 North up B. B. ALLEN M. D..Bradford, y.
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tendency to reduce the demand. mands. C. W. DACOSTA, ..PV.E.B.AVantcd.. Tim: : :BLOOD PUB-E. ._

FJa.Tomatoes, extra. .. per crate 50@4 00 1 sr .
to fair. . .: 2 50@ Publisher. .
New Beets... . .. per box 5O@ 90 / h a
Cabbage.. .. . ...... .per bbl 1 2S@2 00 SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Extra copies FLORIDA DISPATCHVol. t
44 Squash. ... .... ..per crate 75@1 00
Round Beans....... . 1 00@1 75 ( 4. No. 28)) for July 13, 1885.
Flat ...... . 90@1 25 Scott's Emulsion of Pure Cud Liver OH, Address FLORIDA DISPATCH, Jacksonville -
44 Wax ....... 00@2 (00 with Hypophospliltes,
00 Fla.CowPeas.
OO@3 ,
Cues..1, 00@8 00 In Lung Troubles and Cholera Infantum. 4
a' medium 4 OO@ f
Dr. W. E. Ransom Hartford Indiana
44 culls. 2 50@ Cow-Peas, Cow-Peas.

says : "I find Scott's Emulsion an Now is the time to plant in your ; ; p ; p ; ; .

excellent remedy in lung troubles, and groves. I have just received

especially in Strumous children, and a 300 bushels "Clays."
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JVfeteopoIogical]\ : most valuable remedy"in chronic stagesof 300 bushels "Whippoorwilk"

Cholera Infantum. 200 bushels "Red Rippers."
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\>a>> bushels "Blacks."
100
..1 a nil vaA\. I I.a a Less Than One Bottle Did It.
'U : : : Type for Sale.
M < bushels "White Crowders.
JO ._41 41- ooo.: 100
P. W. Withers Deputy Sheriff Jefferson -
COCO .. a'J1J'J8 e2eaaatr ,Q rG )Qa$ adS ,
Arkansas writes: I Send for prices, 800)() pounds Long Primer, the type the Dis-
county can
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00 > WILLIAM A. BOURS
oooooosqipajpunq aio certainly say that Hughes' Tonic is the patch is printing from, 18 i offered for sale
4 mil 20 West Street
CKSONVILLE CKSONVILLEMay AlUP[ agar &H2 fihti o a best chill remedy I ever heard of or Bay cheap. Address .
ERVATION Jacksonville Fla.
2" D | used. I used only a part of a bottle, ,
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; .AnaoaA( I co,, .co =&Q a and used no quinine, and it cured me.
JAEnding .d I sawn deb steamer, cum run deh ben',
R. A. Robinson & Co.
Prepared by
co Good-bye my lovah jjood-bye,
OFOBS 3 .uonaa.1IU b -* wholesale druggists, Louisville, Ken- Loaded wid passengers for ELLEN-N,

Ending Endingeek 8.A. mmW mz cS cy tucky. Sold at retail by H. Robinson Good-bye Buy-e,b-a-by my lovab, buy, good-bye yoh tickets; by the t

& Co. Jacksonville.

ICE 4 U. 888S8SgOOOOOOd -<: CDD O -... ( --"OLD and- RELIABLE"Louisville Nashville.. Railroad) h & & & 8&&

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I1"6JuIW[ [lUU S Daily PULLMAN P A LAC 1BUF-
3 SERVICE CIS :S Ha::= at $10 per ton. For sale by MAYS & FET SLEEPING CARS THROUGH

SIGNALSERVICE [lUU 00...*.. CO PARTRIDGE_ Monticello. ... Florida. from Jacksonville to NEW-ORLEANS, 1
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for I uVaI'l voootnt-nr- 8--S 5-3. ?* Write or telegraph Byron E. Oak, NASHVILLE, EVANSVILLE, ST. Louis, 1r r

SIGNAL s Q::) mnwlulN 000000. . : the undertaker for Marble Iron Rail- Louisville and Cincinnati, with onlyone 1
... 1 ooor-eoooooqoo::)::) s5 : ,
H -t--= r-co gSe:) ing and all kinds of Cemetery Work.A change, in UNION DEPOTS, for 1I

I m.wIXU'l I 4e'h p'c-ooei.Q::) 2T..m full line of Wooden and Metallic CHICAGO and the NORTH, WEST and I
Ci Q OOOOtlOoor0... .
2IWQ NORTHWEST. Stop-overs granted to
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and Caskets
Cases always on hand. I
30. u visit MAMMOTH CAVE, BUp'J.ageI TUHORS & ULCERS
.1ataW.11fg $ 5 og 6g; 2SgS All orders promptly attended to, 25 GANGERS
(lVU ttBal: Q=ooo"O; Laura St., Jacksonville Fla. checked to destination, quick time, cured WITHOUT the knife or
I lIlIt':) ::) : los of blo i rates as low as the lowest. ELLEN 's of case rure.l. fw Descriptive pamphlet sent free. Add r eta
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HSE Bind Tour Papers BUREAU is now stocked with the Name this paper. Up Stain Room 8.HIRES' .
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I MeteorologicalReport : .. : : :-0 Q) We have a number of excellent files latest time cards, correct maps, and
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; ic--,--c4 QO""0",>a AACC*>* for sale with the name "FLORIDA DISPATCH" civil answers. Call, or write to IMPROVED ROOT BEER.
fo4 -a: >' \wo\ O(C)> 1C) J I; embossed Packages 25 cts Makes 4 gallonsof
!! thereon L.R.TUTTLE
< \'tS Ae, c4 41"0 : affording a ,Passenger Agent, a delicious sparkling and wholesome ber-

I :'" .. ,, Q babaW..:.. ... -sI :::s: JfifS beautiful covering for paper, only $1 90 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla. erage. Hold by alt druggists,or sent by mall
:SB&:: on receipt of 2,5ects.. C. B. HIRS: .
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Simplest Moat Durable, Economical, and Perfect I KISSIlJl.1EERettl : =1
f, in use-wastes no grain;cleans it ready for market. pAliltzkti aaaasaar,

THRESHING ENGINES and son HORSE> la.l, Estate Agency. 1-21 in Roal Slates

9 Saw Mills. and Standard Implementagen- ItA. (L,v A .

eraily. A.B.Send for illustrated FARQUHAR catalogue. Healthy Lands! Low Prices WAYCROSS SHORT LINE I

Kissimmee offers the best chances for set- i wIll buy a fine residence lot at
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}i PenBS7lTAnl Agricultural Wort*. YOKE. Pa. tlers in Florida. It Is the coming district. as $500 Tampa. Easy terms.
all who know the Hate testify. There Is Big All Trains of this Road are Run by Ceuhil ((90th)
Pictures, and 25 ele- Meridian Time,which Is 33 Minutes S"r
i Money for investors in Town Lots.
AIDIi.7 Cards in Gilt Edge Silk than Jacksonville Time. $5000 will buy 200 acres high rolling
C I Hidden Name, I sterl$$50 Prize Puzzle,and TIME CARD IN EFFECT MAY 2, 1886. Pemberton, Junction of South Florida and
parlor games, all for lOctn. Game of Authors, lOcts.IVORY reasonable prices. Florida Southern Railroads and the With la-
: CO.. Cllntonvllle, Conn. Passenger Trains will leave and arrive daily, coochee River.
t Also gopd laud for Truck Farming. A few follows
as :
1 : pmall Bearing Groves on tracts of from
cared Book Twenty to Eighty acres, at very low prices. NEW ORLEANS EXFKES $1 I OO will buy a residence lot in Oriole a
.j OPIUM.ndwnISKYIlA ... These Groves are easily enlarged, and afforda Leave Jacksonville daily at..... .... 1,35.. m I UU new Railroad town on S. P. R.R., in
_ goo I start. Correspondence solicited. Arrive at Jacksonville dally at........ 7:3: a ni Hernando county. Easy terms: concessions!
... Leave Callahan daily at...... ............... t>:18 a m to those who will build. Place rapidly Im-
50 Chromo or 25 Hidden Name Cards, nameon JlO 'V.LL: &; liOSC. Arrive at Wayoross daily at....... ..10:15 a ro proving.
lOc. Samples and terms, 4c. Crown KlsslmmeeOrange_ Co., Fla. Arrive Brunswick via B.v.. R.R... 1:50 p m
( Pig. Co., Northtord, Ct. nov23-eow3t: Arrive at Thomasville dally at........ 1:37: p ui $ I C\r\\ will buy a handsome lot in R'arkersburgMarioncountyfacuigon -
OTS SIZE 40x 00 FEET, $4. Arrive at Bainbridge dally at............ :3:35: p m Coop.
I Arrive at Chattahoochee dally at...... 4C4:( p m er Park. Send for colored map. Property of-
FLORIDA Lakeview Kingsley Lake Arrive at Pensacola via L. & N.R.ILJinlO p m ered very cheap.
.cMi: 50 buys a 5-acre F I LORIDA I I Arrive at Mobile via L.&N.R.R....... 2:30: a m
FERTILIZER COMPANY tract for Arrive at New Orleans viaL.&N.R.R 7:2t: f a m 1C will buy a large building lot In
{All ORANGE GllOVE. Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville $ \J\J Windsor, Alachua county, a flourishing
E. T. PAINE, Prest.,.41 East Bay St. Send 2 cent stump: for Maps.'etc., to and New Orleans, via Pensacola, and place.

Florida Food TROPICAL LAND CO.. Mobile.
Orange $23 ton.
per IP. Jacksonville IE In. FAST MAIL.
O. Box 158, ,
will buy 400 acres land adjoining
Florida Vegetable Foods $28 per ton. Ex-Gov Geo. F. Drew, Leave Jacksonville dally at....._.....?. 2.0J p m $5000 Windsor. Easy terms. Only
This Fertilizer has been thoroughly tested REFER TO I Jacksonvilleand Rev. C. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at,.........1200 m $.500 cash required; balance on long time to
McLean, St. Augustine. Leave Callahan daily at._.................. 2:45 pm suit purchaser.
for the past six years on Orange Groves in nov9-ly Leave Chattahoochee at.....................11:30 am
Florida and has given entire satisfaction.Send --- -------- Leave Thomasville'........................ 1:40 p m
for Circulars and Certificates Arrive at Waycross daily at.....?........ 4:40: p m $2 5 A wUl buy a well located lot of 10
J. E. M'GINNISS Arrive at Jesup daily at.....?. ......._.... 6:15: pm acres at Oriole; land all high and
Arrive Brunswick via E. T. V. & G... i-:35 p m dry; originally selected for orange culture.
Room No. 10 Bostwick's Block Arrive at Savannah daily at......?....... 7:58: p m long terms of credit. Only$25 cash required,
COW PEAS. Arrive at Charleston daily at............ 1:25' a ui and an equal amount per annum plus the in- .
Arrive at D.C.: at 11:00 terest on deferred payments. The easiest
Jacksonville Florida Washington, ,daily : p n
300 bushels Red Rover, Clay, Whlppoorwlll Arrive Baltin-ore................................12:31: a m terms offered on high dry lands In Florida.
and White Peas for sale. Arrive Philadelphia.........................._ 3:15 a m Enquire for particulars.
Arrive at New \ork daily at._...... .. 6:508 II.
K. T. PA INK, PrcRt. REAL ESTATEand ? $4 5 0 will buy a flne 10-acre lot close by
n ___ ___ ____ Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville station Candler, Marion county.
and New York. Very prosperous place; good lands.
and Sold.
SAM PLE 81.00ror13'\Veek.. The EAST FLORIDA EXPRKSM. will choice 5-acre lot
buy a at Can-
POLICE GAZETTE will Leave Jacksonville daily at............... 4:30: p m $2 2 5 dler, close by the station.
be mailed,securely wrapped,to any address In tho Houses for Rent In desirable portions of the Arrive at Jacksonville dally at..._......11:3J a m
d United States V r\f>b P I e U.O?C for Three Monthson city. City property handled and Leave Callahan daily at....................." 5:14 p m $40 will buy a 40-acre tract of high roll-
receipt of *v One Dollar. Liberal Arrive at Callahan.............................10:46: am land lying a little off from
discount allowed to Postmasters,Agents and returns made promptly. Leave \V a30.cross................................... 7:3upm the S.S.,O.h.g8Ine R. in Marion county. Sat-
Clubs.of New The York POLICE is the: MAILED GAZETTE oxr/r Conveyancing done carefully and at short Arrive at Waycross daily at............... 8:25: a In isfactory terms to buyers.
)Ie- Leave Gainesville daily at.................. 3:50: p m
Journal Ultimate pnbli&ed Illustrated on tho Sporting American and Sensational n'ollce. Leave at Lake City._..... ......... ........... 3:45: p m $520 will buy a beautifully located
continent. Apply for terms to FREE I Correspondence solicited._ __ __dec2Mim i __ Leave Live Oak daily at..................... 7:10 p m whole block of lots Parkersburg.
:Money in it for the right man. Over 300() lots
Leave Thomasville daily at.-............11:11: p KJ
Richard K. Fox, Franklin Square New York. L. MOKKTON MUKKAY, I U1IAUL.ES McNAR Arrive at Albany daily aL.......... 1.T:: H 10 now sold.

--- --h _______ ___ __ ____ Notary Public. Justice of the Pea Arrive Montgomery via Central R.R. 8:00 a m $ 150 will buy 10 acres good orange land
MURRAY & McNARY.EAWT Arrive Mobile via L. & N. R. It.......... 2:10: p in adjoining Parkersburg.$250"will .
Arrive New Orleans via L. & N. R.R. 7JOJ: m buy 80 acres high rolling
G Arrive Nashville via L. t N. R. It.... 7:10: a m adjoining Floral City, In
IRONOF'l : ,COAST LAIVDH: Arrive Louisville via L. & v. H.. It..... 2:2) a in Hernando county. Money In It for subdivision -
Arrive Cincinnati via L. & >.. R. R... ((5:35:: a m into lots. Terms to suit.
a "Halifax River," Volusla County Fla. Arrive 8St. Lo is....... ........................... 7:40 a m
Send for prices All kinds of Grove Lands, splendid BullIng Pullman Buffet cars to and from Jacksonville $800 will buy 80 acres good high rolling
.[. and Illustrated Catalogue of Lots on and near River. Address, wit and St. Louis, via Thomasville, Albany, pine land north of Couper on }<'. S.
Fla and Nashville. R'y in Hernando county. Good.neighborhood. -
stamp. Ormond. Volusia/ Countv. Montgomery
CINCINNATI ((0.) CORRUGATING CO. dec RlyI JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS. .

--- -- -- Leave Jacksonville............................. 9:30 p m $600 wlll buy 20 acres land at Oriole
---- Arrive Jacksonville.........................._ 8t'5am with Lake Front.
Leave Callahan...................................10:20 p m wIll buy a handsome 80 acre tract
C Arrive Waycross..................................12:35 a m $1 000 southwest of Oriole, close by Im-
I SEDG STEEL ,WIRE FENCE Arrive Albany via H.V.. R. R?...... 5:30 a In provements; commanding building site; fine
Arrive Macon via Central R. II......... 9:10 a m land.
Arrive Atlanta via Central R. R....... 1:35: p in
Arrive Jesup_................................ ...... 2:15am $1200 wlll buy 40 acres land, high anddry
.. \ Arrive Brunswick via E. T. V. & G.... 6:00 a m ,adjoining town plat of Oriole.
A fortune for some one by into
\ Arrive Macon via E. T. V. & G. It. IL 8:30: a m sub-dividing
Arrive Atlanta via E. T. V. & G. R.R.12l)5) m building lots. ,
Arrive Cincinnati via C.S. R. R......_ 6:50 a m $600 will' buy 40 acres of land adjoining
Pullman Buffet Cars and Mann Boudoir preceding.
1 wC. Pars via Waycross, Albany and Macon; and $ I ) Cfi will buy 80 acres land adjoining
via Waycross, Jesup and Macon ; between lJJ the Company's lands at Pemberton -
Jacksonville and Cincinnati. Also, Through which they have laid out in building lots.
Passenger Coaches between Jacksonville and River front. A bargain.

y }- -. i Chattanooga Albany; and Jacksonville will buy 120 acres tine land between -
and Cincinnati via $2500
I : Jesup. Dade City and Tucker-

SAVANNAH EXPRESS. town in Hernando county.
-- : -,- -- Leave JacksonvIlle.............................. 9:30 p m will 40
:: -::-=-- --'= Arrive Jacksonville......_. .................. 8:05 a m $400 land buy miles acres splendid high
: --- Leave Callahan ..............................10: 'O p m two from BrookNVlIle.
i. -'"- ::- _. Arrive Callahan................................... 7:05 a m $800 will buy a young orange grove,26'i
: : : =- .= Leave Gainesville at......?........._......? :3:50: p m trees, some beginning to bear;
.-;:- __-_ ;;.:: _- ,::3ro:. Arrive Gainesville. ............................. 9:3 8 m grove in tine condition; Clay county, flue
Leave Lake City................................? 3:'5) p m neighborhood; quarter mile from Kingsley
Is tbe best general purpose wire fence in use. It Is a strong nctworlcvithont bnrbs.host Don''rnjure fence\ Arrive Lake City...................._...........lo-.tu a m Lake.
stock. It will srn dogs, pigs,sheep and poultry,as well as horses and for cattle.Lawns:,The Parks.School- Leave Live Oak at............................... 7:10 p m wil1 buy ieo acres high\ pine land
rm .Gardens Stock Ranges and Railroads. Very neat, pretty styles $1 1000
lots and Cemeteries. Covered \\ rust-proof paint,or made or galvanized wire,as preferred. It will Arrive at Live Oak daily at............... 6:15 a m in Hernando county; place has
i I list u ur e-Um41. It is better than boards or barbed wire t in every respect. Give It a fair trial; It will Arrive Thomasville............................. 7:50 a m several hundred dollars worth of Improve-
L gar Itself into favor. The Sedorwich: Gates made of wrou ht.lron pipe and steel wire,defy nil Arrive Albany.....................................11:50 a m ments on it, including house; Railroad survey
npetttlon in lightness neatness, strength; and durability. We make the best,cheapest and easiest. Arrive Montgomery via Cent R. R.... 7:23: p m runs through place.
'ti'iS rtlna I nil-iron\ automatic or 6elf-o lening wile, and the neatest cheap iron fences now macte.I'iiMuMt Arrive Nashville via L. &N. H..IL... 7:10 a m
T Wire Stretcher Cutting Pliers and Post Augers. For prices and particulars ask Arrive Louisville via L. &. N. R. R.. 2:2J p m $5 0 0 0 wil1 land buy in Hernaudo 810 acres finely Will
county.
tl.u-dwuo Dealers< or address, mentioning paper.SEDG1.IfiCK
Arrive Cincinnati via L. & N. R. R... 6.35 p m sell all .
1 BROS. Richmond Ind Arrive St. Louis via L. & N. R. R...... bUd p m or part.HOMES

Arrive Waycross...........?..... ............12:35 a. m
-- --- Arrive Brunswick via B & W. R.U... 7:W a ui

I- KEYSTONE Arrive J esup......................._.....?......... 3.3 a m
Arrive ,savannah................................ t:lja m
OVER 300,000 IN ACTUAL USE Arrive Charleston; .........._......._.........12 ai p m IN FLORIDA !
Arrive v> ashlngton.........._..............lutim
WASHER And all ft-irln*perfect atlmfaeUon.AGENTS Arrive New York............................._.. 5:40: p nl
Oriole, Hernando County.Send .
WANTED. Pullman Palace Cars between Jacksonvilleand

I Tampa. stamp for colored Map of Oriole and
RID wash Cleaner.Easier,and with Lose Injuiy to -- Puiiiuau Buffet Cars between Jacksonville Information how to get a home in Florida,
ClothellthaD any other in the World. Wo chalice and Washington. close by Railroad In active! operation. Splendid -
any manufacturer to produce a better lurough licKeu; sold to all points by Uai. orange lands. Large number of new
Every Machine Warranted FIVE Year, and Steamship connections, and bag:ubl groves already begun. Purchasers rapidly
and Satisfaction Guaranteed.: The only checked through. Also Sleeping Car berth
coming in from all over the Union. Attract
to anyl1ud
Washer that can be damped _..=.,,1 auu sections secured at the Company's Otm! tau
tub like a Wrin8C1': Made of malleable y.. tive plan of purchase; but little cash required.
iron galvanized,and vrill outlast any two woodenmachines. Ablor's: : Building,&t Bay street,and at Passenger Bargains ottered.W. .
Agents wanted. Exclusive Terri __ :Station, and on board People's Lha-
tor)". Our agents all over the country are making = : dteuiuerK: H.B. Plant and Chattahoochee and B. CLARKSON
from $75 to$200) per month. Retail rrice,$?. De Bary-Baya Line steamer City of Jackson- ,
Sample to agent.$Sa Alao our celebrated ville.
JAS. L. TAYLOR, Office : 721} W. Bay St., up stairs,,
KEYSTONE WRINGERS AT LOWEST WHOLESALE PRICES General Passenger Agent. Jacksonville Fla. 1 1r
R G. FLEMING, Superintendent. 1J
Oxonian Froa. Refer to editor of this pacer. JuliitBS F. F. ADAMS JL:; CO.. ErIe. Pa.



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Catalogue Free.

.ffela a W. G. TOUSEY- FitS p s and Publishing House

Seffner, Hillsborough Co., Fla. ,


LAKE GEORGE NURSERIES,

NEW CATALOGUE NOW READY,
Cor. Bay and Pine Streets,
With descriptions of

TROPICAL AND SEl\II-TROPICAL:

Fruit Trees, Plants, Vines, Berries, Ornamental Trees, Grasses,, etc., etc. t

Together with full descriptions of all the
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
CHOICEST VARIETIES OF ORANGE & LEMON TREESAlso ,

Price List. Send for Catalogue tow

.W. :a.A.:: 7 CI T s SC SON, SProps.,
LAKE GEORGE, FLORIDA. Jan 1 '85
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ORANGE AND LEMON TREESBudded The Largest and Most Complete Print-

from tried and approved varieties, and on good healthy stocks.
Also, JAPAN PERSIMMONS, LECONTE PEARS, GRAPES, and a general line House in the State.
Fruit Trees suitable to Florida. Address, ing
A. .RON "Ts7".A.IE&IR: Georgetown: IFla
May l fPR3 tf


FRUIT TREES, VINES AND PLANTSADAPTED


TO THE CLIMATE OF FLORIDA, INCLUDING

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The rangenci.: Lemon: -
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Keiffer Pears, Japan Plums, Japan. Persimmons,Figs, Guavas, Grapes, etc. i -.. ... o-rr -
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CATALOGUE FREE.
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Orders from East Florida shipped from our Nurseries on Drayton JU 111 5T

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Atthcly Soluble GUUIIO, a complete high grade Fertilizer. -"' UO -
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Ashley Cotton and Corn Compound, a complete fertilizer for se two crops, '-
and also used by the truckers near Charleston for vegetables.

Ashley Ash Element, a cheap and excellent fertilizer for orange trees,bananas,etc

Ashley Dissolved UOIICN. Ashley Acid Phosphate.

Pure Ground Raw Bone; Pure Ground Fish, Nitrate of Soda, Hulphate Ammonia,Kainlt
Muriate,Potash,Cotton Seed Meal,etc.

For Almanacs and Hand Books,Agricultural Primers. ,and good articles on Peas, Kainlt ,-
Floats,etc.,address x

THE ASHLEY PHOSPHATE COMPANY, New Type and Improved Machinery. :,_,

Charles i SC.
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HILL BOROUGH COUNTY REAL ESTATE AGENCY,

TAl\JPA: FLORIDA, PRINTING, RULING AND BINDING.

Are reliable and responsible,and being chartered are amenable to the State. Have every
description of Real Estate. We solicit correspondence. Send for our Descriptive
Pamphlet and newspaper.
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In my office'only,, S1ILLEDVORN MEN: are employed, guaranteeing

[Grab Orchard Water t Iney A Remedy..Stomach for all Dlsea.lesoftbe and! Bowel Idrer A positive,Kid.! Fiist-class Work to my Patron,
;cure Conatipatloni for I>y.pe. Dose.nnatotwoteaspoonfals.1 51a, Sick Headache!
I Genuine Crab .., 'r-T.-T-in sealed packages at 10 and E cts. No genuine salts sold in bulk.'
> CRAB ORCHARD, WATER,. CO.,_ Prop'ra._ __ BIMOX. JONES., .a ._.Loalnll1e.KT'
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eaay-ruiiiitng,w in design and finish. for our 1X8U Catalogue,which STEREOTYPING IN ALL BRANCHES. ; ''I
PraeUeatan.da, fully deecribea our Deed-DrilI ..."It;. rV
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S. L. ALLEN & CO. heel-Hoes, .
and Hollow Steel .
17 and 129> .
Standard Hone Hoes ;
Catharine Street, t and Cultivators Free to all.rILLDLffib .
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Unrivaled Ferrtilizer-for Orange Trees. Fruitland Nurseries, SAVANNAH AND ATLANTA .' 'AST FREIGHT ROUTE.

Special to Orange Grower:

The price of Calcined Humus Is $20 per ton -
AUGUSTA GA.
delivered at your nearest depot; but to meet ,
the emergency of the present season, VERY
LIBERAL TERMS will be cheerfully given. Correspondence P. J. BERCKMANS, Proprietor. THE special attention of Shippers is called to the f fEW SCHEDULE arrangements ol
respectfully Kolirlted. these old established Railroads through Georgia, in co: section with the Cincinnati Southernand
Address W. W. HIOKR, Nashville Chattanooga and St. Louis Railways t' Western Points. Inquiry Into the
Fort Mason, Fla.) 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]t ihed, and their Schedules not experi-
A. E. DROUGHT, F. II. SKELDING, ments. Just claims promptly paid. Any Information nregard to the Line cheerfully given.
President. Cashier. The new edition of our Spring Catalogue IsAady We give below figures that will show the best posslbl. TIME between Jacksonville and Cln
for mailing. cinnatl,and all points West:
KISSIMMEE CITY BANK Shippers desiring to take advantage of these routes vlll give explicit directions, and see
that their Bills of Lading or Railroad Receipts, read ti Savannah and Central Railroad of

ORANGE COUNTY, FLA. Georgia.
The stock of FAST FREIGHT SCJ! DULES.


CAPITAL 50000. .

Greenhouse and Bedding Plants, VIA SAVANNA

Transacts a general Banking business. Leave Jacksonville....................................(S. F. & W. R! ....................................... ......... 6:00 pm
Palms, Roses, Evergreens, etc., Leave Gainesville......................................( '................................................. 2:00 pm
Leave Savannah............................................................... ... ............................................. 3:40 pm
Buys and sells Exchange. Letters of Credit Leave Macon....................... ........................._.................. ................................................. 2:38 am
cashed. Suitable for Leave Atlanta.................................................................... ................................................. 9:35 am
Immediate planting Is unusually Leave Bo ce........................ .............................................. ...................._... ....................... 8:20 pm
Has correspondents In all the chief towns large The and select. Arrive Cincinnati........................................................... .........................:.-..................... 5:00 am
of Florida, also Seaboard National Bank and former large area of glass of our Floral Leave Chattanooga...............................?......................... ...............................................1020)pm
Messrs. C. M. Whitney & Co., New York. late department thus has been largely increased of Leave Nashville.......................................................... .... .......................... .................._... 5:15 pm
In Great Britain: The Bank of Ireland, of giving every facility for the production Arrive Louisville.............................................................. ....... ................. ........................ 6:00 am
Bank of Scotland Bank of British first-class stock at the lowest
Royal prices.Catalogues. W. H. LUCAS, Agent G. A. WHITEHEAD, G. F. A.,
North America and Melville, Evans & Co.,
London. mailed free-address as above. Jacksonville. ,Fla. Savannah, Ga.
W. F. 8HELLMAN. Traffic Manager,
Q'IvqhOa.
A. N. DODDINS & BRO.w$1 .
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DEER ISLAND

CECIL H. PLUMMER, I I U. S. FAST MAIL STEAMERSFOR

GARDBNS AND NURSBRIES$ I

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Palatka ana All Landings

OAKLAND, ORANGE CO., FLA. VETERINARY SURGBON, ON


Pot Grown Semi-Tropicul Fruit UPPER ST. JOHN'S RIVER

r and Ornamental Trees, Student of the Royal Veterinary College of
London TAMPA, MANATEE RIVER,
$ Plants and Vines. ,

No Loss in Transplanting.Catalogue Key West, Havana and New Orleans.
Will answer all communications through let

Gun, Locksmiths, and Stencil Gutters, and Price List Free, on. application ters and telegrams. DOUBLE DAILY DEPARTURES

to the Manager. AddressA.
24 LAURA STREET, '
PBOPLE'S LINB S STBAMERS.
E.
CHAMPLIN
Office in Orlando, Fla., at
JACKSONVILLE
- FLORIDA nov29-ly Oakland, Orange Co., Fla. Reed & Foster's Stables.CORED. .

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Gunsmithing done In all Its branches. 1-- Steamers H. B. PLANT, of the People's
)NnrSBriBS' Or Lake W%Ver.! Go I Line, and CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, of the

IRON SAFE WORK I ASTHMA .! De follows Bary-Baya: Leaving Merchants'the DeBary-Baya Line, will run Line as

special rate on Stencil Cutting, by mall. 100,000 Orange and Lemon Trees.Our 1 TIncts i SISGIE the most TBI1L skeptical con-I Wharf Leave Savannah at foot of Laura, Florida street and:Western -

oct 8tfORANGE I GERMAN ASTHMA CURE&8SKJ Railway wharf Jacksonville,
trees are very thrifty, three and four Fast
I arrival of Mail train.
daily on
I most violent attack, insures comfortable I
year old stock, % to IM inch diameter, with i [effects cures where all other remedies sleep failYo ;! Leave Jacksonville............................. 3:00 p m
one,' year old buds. Nurseries easily acces- I waiting for results.! Its action isi Leave Green Cove Spring................... 5:10 p m
TREES. .le to Florida Southern Railroad Send for I I Immediate. direct and certain, and nl Leave Tocol!.......................................... 6:15pm
>;atalogues. Address core Is effected all CURABLE CASES[ I Leave .... 8:40

E. B. FoSTKR, Manager, ]1"It permanently cored me.Hon.Refer B. to JMU.me St at any Paul time.JUtnn." I i Leave Welaka.............................._...-.10:50 p pm m
dec2My] South Lake Weir, Fla. "I am entirely restored to health by German Asthma] Leave Astor............... .......................... 2:00 a m
10 000 to select from. Varieties: Swee i I Core." Thai. Fit ton. Hamilton Okio.t I Leave DeLand Landing.....?..........._ 4:15 a m
Seville, Nonpareil, Navel) Indian River, Mag "German" Asthma Cure. Is all you claim for it.. It never I Leave Blue Springs ...........?............? 5:00 a m
Late .4L J. BEACH & SON I falls PrlB. Ton Fingerlin, Greenville S. C.\\
num Bonum and Hart's budded in 1SS1 I I"),[ physician recommended German Asthma Cure. It I Arrive Sanford, South Florida Railroad
1882 and 183 on sour stocks four years old I cured 1 me." tin. Jf. L. Tetrick. Londonderry OAlo. wharf..... ................:.................. 7:00 a m
Price, from 25c. to ?1 each. NU R5J UYMEN. IThoaiand*of similar Letttn on file. Ash any druggist Arrive Sanford, City wharf................. 7:40 a m
A'JIJEU'.r FRIES, | about It. I Arrive Enterprise............ .................... 8:10am
St. Nicholas Fla. Our stock of Fruit Trees is large and Hue, (German Asthma Cure iR Fold by all drug Leave Enterprise.....?.......................... 8:30 a m
and in good order. New Fruits,among whichare iKists j; at 5Oc.and S1,or Kent by mail on receipt!
---- the White Adriatic Fig, San Pedro and of price. Trial pacKatro free to any address for I RETURNING,
.' --- --"... White Genoa. (stamp.. It-MJHlFFMA: V 11.. ).).. M.Paul.Inn.I. Leave Sanford,City wharf.................. 6:25 p m
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AddressA. Leave Sanford South Florida
free.
Catalogue _ wharf 7:00 p m
J. IIEACI1 A SON.Palatka ----- ------ ------ Leave Blue Springs.............................. &50 p m
I;pl\2>(.I Fla. I Leave DeLand Landing............._...... 9:25 p m
\'t ) Leave Astor.........................................11:25 p m
AlIfGk Leave Welaka....................................... 2:15am
Leave Palatka] ................. .................... 4:30 a m
Leave Tocoi....................... ................. 6:30am
Crab Orchard Leave Green Cove SprIng................... 7:15' a m
A FRIEXI) IN NEED. Arrive Jacksonville...............?........... 9:45 a m

WATER.nf: X>r. Connecting at Tocol with St. Johns Rail-
road, at Palatka with Florida Southern
c.ar: m I N FALL t'cL'I I MEN Ti Railway ; at Astor with St. John's and
THE LIVER. o n o a'+ Lake Kustls: Railway at DeLand
: Landingwith
({ l oCiAitiova\ i .4 THE KIDNEVS. 4 ->". :'< Prepared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen DeLiind and St. Johns Railroad; at Enterprise -
THE STOMACH. xo: 3 to Sweet, of Connecticut, the natural Hone Set with A. C., t. J. & I. R. Railroad for
THE 00\VEI.S. ::. :; ter. Has been used for more than 50 years, Titusville; at Sanford with steamers for In-
C 3"S'< and is the best known remedy for Rheumatism dian River, and with trains of the South
A POSITIVE CURE FOR | 5" n 0.3 ; Neuralgia,Sprains, Bruises,Cuts, burns, Florida Railroad for Tampa; at Tampa with
DYSPEPSIA Er.E. 8 a C.s 8-.::s :, wounds and all external Injuries. the steamer Margaret of the People 8 Line

Read this Testimony then TRY 3 CONSTIPATION, e;:M p; : 1 I, hOLD 1JV ALL DICUGG1STS-TRV IT.PIANOS&ORGANS. also for points connecting on Tampa with the Bay steamships and Manatee Mascotte River;
SICKHEADACHk'II' .. : II
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IT for yourself. ; ;- 3 ; Hutchinson and Whitney for Key West andHavana

DOSE -One to two teaspoonfuls. .:; n'-.. I every Monday Thursday and Hatur-
have : -
Proprietors letters like these c: p. I
many : Genuine CRAB ORCHARD SALTS in seal0'4 oed = day, arriving at Key West Tuesday, Friday
BETTER THAN QUININE.Mr. packages at 10 and 25cti) Xo geno"r ??w' II 01 all makes direct to costo- ;>: and Sundays, and Havana on Tuesday, Friday -
M. M. Kesterson Co. nine Salts sold in bulk. p r mers from headquarter, at and Monday.
Ark.
Dorsey
says: Ie I can certify to the fact that HugheslTonic Crab Orchard Water Co., Proprs. ; wholesale prices. All goods Keturning steamships leave Hivana on
S. N. JONES. Manager Louisville )C .
is the best chill tonic I ever tried. I guaranteed. No money asked : Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, Key
consider it better than quinine.. till instruments are received! \\.est'Vednesday, Friday and Saturday, arriving -
and fully tested. Write us at Tampa Sunday Thursday and Sat-
CURESCHRONCCASES.! I -- -- --- before purchasing. An investment o! 2 cents may day, at New Orleans on j{onday.A .
Mr. H. W. McDonald, Laurel Hill, Miss., ; I save you from 850.00 to 8100.00. Address freight steamer of the '
writes: Your Hughes'Tonic for chills and I Buy the Best.THE.. fever has never failed yet, and I have sold it ; WtoUtalG JHttributing Jcp't/or the South. daily, at 6 p. m. Returning, leaves Sanford
to a number of chronic cases. It cures them I wyl Awarded .'JI:!' T Pre. dally,at 9 a. m. .
'mluni and G..s DJed.
every time. Jalat World'*Fair.New IJOVOEHUNT Racing by the Roots of this Company is

MForHnghes'ToiucMTaieNo Other. I *I' ca >Orleansovei Wind Mills T1 ELf Strictly Prohibited.For .

JUEKA, alter a tr ii further particulars Inquire of
PRICE, SI.OO PER BOTTLE. I lasting 4 mos.was pro. JNO. BRADLEY, Chief Clerk.
I 31 '\'hltaKer
St. Savannah
I pounced the beet overall Ga. Office, Waycross Steamboat Wharf.Jacksonville .
PREPARED BY and today standsat
the brad of all competitors. Sizes,10 : DEALERS IK Fla.
R. A. ROBINSON & CO. to 18 ft. diameter of wheel either for W. M. DAVIDSON,
Pumping Power Mills. Perfect in all :NEW HOME and other Machines, attachments General Traffic Agent, Astor Building.C. .
Wholesale Druggists,LOUISVILLE, KY. ; parts and warranted Estimates on ap- and parts for all machines, Oils, Nte- D. OWENS, Traffic Manager,
For Sale by Druggists generally. I plication. Also Mfra.of the Adam.Dl' dIes, etc. Also Pianos Organs and Vapor Savannah, Ga
i
i \mUve reet Draft Aoentt Barn Wanted.Floor Address Horse Power.MWOODWAR ., Cook Stoves, jnt! the thing for summer use. El.S. HAINES. Oen'l Manager,
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TARIFF ON VEGETABLES, IN EFFECT APRIL I 1886.

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Tariff to Western Cities from JacksonviMe, Callahan, Gainesville and Live Oak,

Per I I Per i Per I ; Per Per
TO Per Car TO I Per Car I TO Per I Car : TO Per I Car TO Per Carload
Box. load Boa. Boa.,' load : ; Boa. load Box. Load
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Augusta, 0a...._......_. 30 ff60 00 Cedar Rapids, I a.......... ...... ........ Kan............! 90 1140, 00;I, I Logansport, Ind.M.........i! ...... ......... Portsmouth, Ohio. ...... ... __....
Atlanta, Ga......_.......... 35 7000 Champaign, Ill............. ... .........I I. ...... ..... ''' ... ......... I Lincoln, Neb. ..._.........: 9& 156 40 Peoria, IlL_.................. 65 11600
Atchison Kan.............. ...... ......... Dalton, Ga....... ...... ...... 40 SO 001 Oallipolls, Ohio. 1 ... ......... Macon. Ga..................... 25 50 00, Plttsburg-............. ... 66 126 00
Adraln, Mich............... ...... ......... I Dayton, O. '................... ... .........1 Grand Rapids, l\IIChM..1 ... '......... Mobile, Ala...................: 40 SO 001( Quincy J.Ill. .................. ...... .........
Ann Harbor, .1\Uch,...... ... ......... ,Delaware, Ohio............. ... ......... Henderson Ky...,......... 5,1) ::100 00 Montgomery. Ala........'' 35 7000, Rome ua. ._............... 40 80 00
Alton 111 .................... ... ........ Defiance Ohio.............. ... ....... Hickman, ky_......_...... 55 1100 00 I'Mansfield, Ohio............ ... ':.........' !Rock island. Ill I........... ...... .........
Anniston, Ala.........._... 40 80 .1 (Detroit Mlch........._...... 70 I.120 00: Indianapolis Ind......... 00 11000 Massillon ... I.........j: Rochester. N. Y............t{' 6834 134 00
Birmingham Ala._...... 40 80 00\\ Danville Ill................. ...: ........ J Jeffersonville Ind...... 58 108 00 1\ft. Vernon ObIO..1 ... 'I.........;i Sandusky. Ohio............ db116 00
Bloomington, III ........ ... ........ Davenportr.Ia.. .............. .... I......... Jacksonville 111M......... .... ......... I I5femphis. 45 I 90 00'' Sioux City, Iowa ......... ... .........
Burlington Ia..............1 ...... .........j Dubuque J owa............ ... I......... J Joliet Ill....................... ... ......... 'l'enn.\\ 70 120 00 Springfield, 111......_...... ...... ...???
Belleville In......_......... ... ......... Des Moines, Iowa......... ...... ......... Jefferson City, 1\10........ ...... ......... Madison, ... ......... St. Joseph, 1\10.........._... ...... .........
Buffalo r4. Y........_......,, 66 126 00 Denver, Col................... 185 !1250 00 Knoxville Tenn........ 45 90 00 .1 Minneapolis, 1\IInn..1 ...... '.........,; St. Louis, 1\IOM. .....?...... 65 11600
i'' Bay City 1\llch.............. ...... ......... Dixon 111M..................... ... ......... Kenton Ohio. .......... ... ......... Madison Wls..... ,.........1 ...... .........;i Saginaw l\lich ....... .. ... ...._..
Bristol, ... ...... .Elyria Ohio................... ...... i......... Kalamazoo 3iICh_...... 70 120 00 Montreal. Canada._...... ...... :.........1 Springfield, Ohio........... .. ....._.
.J.enn.1 70 120 00 Evansvllle, Ind_.......... 56 j 00 Kansas City. Mo ........... ... ......j I Nashville.Tenn............ 45 I 90 001 8t. Paul. Minn............... .. ....._..
55 100 00 East Sa naw, 1\IIch.... ... II06..... I Lanslng,1\IIch............... .".? ........' I New Orleans-.............. 45 00 001 Toledo OM. .................. 70 120 00
'J Cairo Ill.. .................._ 60) 110 00 East 81. Louis. 111.......... 65 ;116 00 LaCrosse Wis............... ...... .........1 Newark, Ohio................ ..I,1 Terre 1iaute. Ind ......_ 60 11000
Columbus, Ky.............. 5-5 100 00 Emporia, Kan.............. 1 05 ,,16200 (Lima. Ohlo......_..... ....? ... .........1 Omaha. Neb.................. ...... .".'.""., Toronto, Can................ ...... ?...?..
Columbus, Ohio........... .. ......... ;Erie, Pa ................._...... 66 1126 00 I Lafayette, Ind......_...... '... ...:..... 'Ottawa Can..... ............ .... ......... Topeka, Kan.................. 95 148 00
Columbus Ga....?......... 35 7000 }Fort Wayne Ind......... ... ..... 'Lancaster, Ohio........... ... .......... IOn City Pa. ................. 66 ,126 OOi' Urbana Ohio................ ... ._.
Council Bfuf$, Ia......... .... ..... Findlay Oh}0............... ... \......... Leavenwortn Kan ...... ... .... .IPekln, III. ...................... .. ........ Wheel1ng. W.Va.......... 66 126 00
Chicago, IlI._......__..... 65 .116 00 'Fremont, Ohio.....-....... ...... I......... Louisville Ky_............. 5.5 '100 00 Pana IlL........................ ...1.........Winnipeg] Man........... ...... ...._....
Chattanooga, Tenn...... 40 80 00 Fort Dodge Iowa........ 1 18 170 00 Little Roc. Ark...... ... 55 120 00 (JPlqua, Ohio.................... .. .........

TARIFF TO EASTERN CITIES.

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SavanCharles- New 'dente Phl1adel-I BaltlIngton.. New Phlladeland
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Stations of Savannah, Florida k Western Railway_............_......?..................? ... ...1'I ...' ... ... '! ... ... -I- ... ... . . . . .
Jacksonville Callahan. and Live Oak................................................................. 20 50 30 6O I! 3bG): f/O 30 i 00, Z1 55 . . . . .
Gainesville, New Branford......_....._. ................................ ....__......................... 30 60 35 70 40 XO 401 SO I 401 AAi 37 1 75 . .. . . .
lAndings on st. Johns rlver.................................................._.............................. 30 60 35 70 40 80 I 401 SO I 40 SO 37 75 . . . .. . .
Stations on Fla. So Ry north of and Including Ocala ............_......................._. 3.5 70 40 SO 4.5 00 90 451' 00, 42 8.1) . . . . . .
Stations on Fla. So. Ry. south of Ocala ............................................................... 37 75 42 8.5 47: 95 47i 9.5 : 471 1 9.5' 44 90 . . .. . . .
Stations on Fla. So. Ry.. St. J. Qt L. E. Division....,.............................................. 37 75 J2 85 47 95 49' 9.I I 9')1 471 95 . . . . . .
Landlnp on lake Santa _....._........................................_...............................Fe .. ... ... ... ......1 I ... ...... ... ......\ 471.f -; ...... . . . . . .
'Tampa............................. ......................................................................................... 45 00 51) 100 55' 1 JO 55 110 : 5.1)1 1 1011, I' 55 I 1 10 . . . .. . .
IALndlngson1\lanateeRlver..................._............... ................................ .............. ... ...... ... ......' ... ...... ... .... .1 ...;. ......1 ... ...... .. . . '. .. . .
Stations on J., 8t. A.. dt H. R. Ry............................:;.........._......_........................... ... ... ... ... ... ...... i ...I\ ......' ... I ...... . ... .. .. . .. .
Palatka........................................... ........................................_............_................... 30 60 35 70 40u80 40' SOl'( 80,1 37 I 75 . . . .. . .
st. Augustine....._......_............................................................................................ ... ... ... ...1 I ..... ... ... 401 .... ... ...... . . . . . . .
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Stations on J. T. do K. W. .. ... ....... .... .... ...................-........................... I
Landings Lakes Eustis and Harris................................................................. 42 85 47 9.5''' 52 1 Ui 59 125, .1.1 10.)1'' 52 1 (05) . . . ... . .
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1FromBelatrtoDfeKinnoainclusive.Stations( on South ......................... ................................ ..... 40- SOj 45 90 50 1 100,1 i 50': 100:1: 50,10011;," 47 I 95' . .. . .. ... . .
From Kissimmee to Acton, inclusive............................. ................. ................. 4.5 90, 50 I 00 55! ,I. .551 1 .01; 5 51! 1 10", 52 I 1 02 .1 '. . . .. .
From Plant City to Orlenta. Inclusive-................................................. ..... 50 1 001. 5.5 1 10 60; I 20, : ro 120 60; 1 20': 57 ,' 1 J5 . . . . .
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From Winter Haveu to Bartow, Inclusive........................................................ 1)5 1101'' 60 120 6.5'' 1 13011 1)11' I rot : 6.5,1;, :WI' #)2' 120') . .
Stations on F. It. dz N. Ca north of and including Ocala................................? 35 7Q,40, 8Q 4'j' 9Q1i 451; 9n'; I I 45'; 9 11 f 42 85 . . .. . .
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Stations on F. R. do N. Co. Fouth of Oca.la.-...............,..............,....................., 37 751 42 I 8) 95' q I 471 ilia' 47' 9.), : 4.. 00 I. .
Stations on Sanford &: Indian River R. It............................. ............................. ... ......) ... ...... .I ......1.. ... .1 ... .... l ... ...... . . . . . .
stations on Tavares, Orlando &: Atlantic l1R................................................... ... ...... ... ...... .. .... ... ..... ... ...... ... ......, I . . . .. . .
Unit points north Tampa............ ...... ................................................-............... ... ...... ... ...... .. ....::\ ... ...... ... ......l ... ..... . . .. .. .. .. .. ..
Gull points south Tampa........................................................................-....... ... ...... ... ...... ".I,", ......,. ... ......1 j' ."1 I ''' ; ...... . . .1 .1 I .



CONNECTIONS.Double The capacity of the Standard barrel must not exceed that of an ordinary flour barrel.
I Excess of : pacity over the above will be liable to pro rata excess ol cbar elfo!
dally fast freight service for all points West via Albany, Jesup and Savannah. I. Tbt' I'ar-Ioad IR estimated! at 20,000( ) pounds, or 400 Standard Boxes Excess of tail
n"', : h.2. }1gr4'p.I 'n r 'nrr ru'q Q" Innil l Gh'"nAnt nr>n_rthft to one d' JnafioD pn
Line Eastern Interior
Dally fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast to all a
and Coast points. Including New York Boston Philadelphia Baltimore Washington and to one conslglee.
of
order and condition shipments
Providence. I'repayroeut freight will not be required but good
Trt-weekly connection for New York via the Ocean Steamship Company leaving Savan ( will be an absolute requirement. It is clearly understood between the shippers, however and the
that no responsibility shall attach for loss or damage
nah Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays. transportation companies
Twice a week for Baltimore via the Merchants and Miners Transportation Co., leaving occasioned, unless it be from negligence and that such loss must attach solely to thecompany
whose line such negligence may be located.
Savannah Tuesdays and Fridays. upon
Weekly connection for Boston via the Boston and Savannah Steampship Co., leaving The charges advanced by this Line in good faith t.o connections at those points will notInUevery
Savannah every Thursday. : be to correction by this Line.
Weekly connection for Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co., leaving Savannah every case the full name and address of the consignee must be given for Insertion In
Saturday. Bill Lading and on the Way-bill.
Sailing days of Steamships are subject to change without notice Single shipment to Western points will be charged at double rates.
and Balti-
No single "shipment, taken for less than 81 to Boston, New York Philadelphia
INFORl\rATION FOR 4I1II'PERSY: more. shipped beyond, they will charged In addition the single package rates of con-
netting lines and cost of traDt'4fer.
To make through rates from points tributary to the above, add the rates of connectinglines Stencils, shipping receipts and information furnlMbed on application to any of the agents
to above rates. For further Information if needed apply to Agent pf the lines or to
The dimensions of the Standard Box for Vegetables are 8x14x22 beJl. and the weight U c. D. OWENS. JAMES I*. TAYLOR, Savannah
Ga.
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City, rrte' W.: ; :. I I3F. Special inducements offered to genuine settlers, not land speculators. The

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KISSIMMEE LAND CO., :- ,

nov2tf 39 West Bay St. Jacksonville Fla. .
FLORIDA LAND A IMPROVEMENT CO., &!, r ,

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Correspondence Solicited
FOR SALE B)

Special pains taken to select and suit views of buyers, either for settlement or Investment.
Town Lots, Orange and Fruit Lands, Cane and Rice Lands,Stock Pasturage Lands.
These Lands Include all varieties of upland and lowland,and are adapted to Oranges, Lem- THE FLORIDA SOUTHERN RAILWAY C01HPA1Y 1
ons,Pineapples, Bananas, Sugar Cane,early vegetables,etc. and are chiefly In the Counties ,.
of St.Johns, Volusia, Brevard, Orange, Sumter, Levy, Hlllsborough} Polk, Mauatee'and
Monroe.
Our lands are selling rapidly. Thousands of settlers have located ou them during thepast SITUATED IN THE COUNTIES OK
six months. Do not delay If you want them at the present low prices.
The lands of this Company are specially adapted to the culture of Tropical Fruit, Rice,
Sugar Cane,eta,and are generally accessible by steam navigation. Columbia, Bradford, Clay, Putnam, Alachua, Levy, Marion, Orange
Address all correspondence about the above lands to
Sumter, Hernando, Hillsborough, Brevard, Baker, Polk & Manatee,
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KTRSIMMEK CITY. FLORIHA
------ Consisting of the finest Orange, Farming and Grazing Lands in the State of Florida. Price
i f<1.25. to$5 per acre, according to location.For .
FLORIDA LAND & COLONIZATION *J. .
further information,apply to Office Florida Southern Railway Co., Palatka,Fla.

E. R. TRAFFORD, General Maunder,
L. N. WIl KIE, S. CONANT,
SANFORD, ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA.

90,000 Acres of the Finest Lands in South Florida Chief Clerk, Land Department. (sep29yl) General Manager


THE LAKE REGION OF POLK COUNTY.Two Jacksonville and Panama ParkFl.ea1

hundred deep,clear spring lakes, within a radius often miles. Their high banks
timbered with a luxurious growth of pine and oak, and being on the very summit ol the I
dividing ridge ol the peninsula of Florida. Its dry air offers an inducement to the invalid.Its E1 tote; ; :Excb.an.ge.I: : : ;
beautiful and diversified scenery, boating, fishing etc., offers the finest opportunity for
people of taste. to acquire a lovely w nter home, where all the pleasures and comforts of our
balmy climate can be enjoyed. Add to these the eminent suitability of the soil for the culture CITY AND SUBURBAN PROPERTY A SPECIALTY.Bearing .
of the orange and other semi-tropical fruits, and the tact that both the South Florida
and the Bartow Branch Railroads run several miles through this tract, make this the most
desirable locality in South Florida. These lands are divided Into lots of five acres and up- Orange Groves cholce'Building Lots and good Garden land near the city for sale.
wards,and will be sold on most favorable terms to improvers or settlers. Houses and Truck Gardens for Rent and excellent land in lots of half an acre and up ward KIn
ANCLOTE HERNANDO COUNTY.At good location,for sale on monthly payments to parties who will improve.
S-Groves planted and taken care of,houses built and Improvements made for non-resi-
the mouth of the Anclote river, on the Gulf land in full view of the dents.
ocean; salt air. salt water fish, miles of oyster beds. High land for residences and orange S3-300,000; Sweet Seedlings and variety of other fruit trees for sale.
groves, rich bottom land perfectly drained for vegetable gardens. A sugar plantation of 200 *Money to loan on Improved proi>erty.
acres now being established by a sugar planter from Cuba, who selected this point after J. S. BELL, Notary Public
looking over the whole State. Post-office, store, church school, saw-mill and requisites Office Hours at No. Reed's Block, Bay street City,tom 9 to 11 A.M.
for settler. Protected from frost by the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico on the North At Panama Park from 2 to 6 p. M. sept2MtD
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Company have also rich and alluvial lands in Sumter, Alachua and Orange Counties -
,and first-class sites for building purposes all along the South Florida Railroad. It would .
do well for prospective purchasers to look at the lands offered by this Company before pur-
chasing elsewhere.
LIBERAL TERMS TO ACTUAL SETTLERS OK PRODUCE k C & P
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For full particulars address, _-_ .5 3 5 '< 'u III
BLOUNT A WHITLKDGE: ;, Barlow, Polk County, Florida. o wet KB
G. M, MORR1SH, Anclote Hernando County. Florida.J. tClll- P.t4 2 toO IIm
1:' LAM ugrii. Gainesville, Alnehu\: County.! Florida.A. i SAFE Q14- C" ( = M
C. MARTIN Mackinnon. Orange County, Florida, or to ... 5. B C
E. It. THA JfFoitn, General Mnnaccr.'-'inford, Orange County. Florida. > .-.. :. p 3p c/...>..

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ESTATE. SOUTH FLORIDA RAILROAD.Central COMMISSION MERCHANTS.Estubllshed .

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SOUTH BOUND. G. W. SHALLCROSS & CO.

SOUTH FLORIDA LANTIS. I" I < I I CQ.1: ri.a:. : r.: ,
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Situated on each side of the STATIONS. .m I'' =-:ZO UZ" C)Z I :;Z 2Za F'lFI.oXIIJW: .A.rJJ: :) :J:? Fl.C>:J-rJ CjE: ],

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South Florida Railroad and its 1 !2-,2-i, ?, _! 8 94 PARK PLACE, NEW YORK.

LeaveAM: I PM: AM I j I AM Consignments of oranges solicited. We have a trade that consumes all onr oranges with
Bartow Branch, R. R. Wharf ..."'......_ ......-.1., .._... !i..._... out having to send to auction. Remittances sent on day of sale. June8-ly
Sanford........ 01 8 (10._..... ; -4 4.5jl0 001 182fttBelalr. -- .
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In the Counties of ......... 3' 8 .......' 1571010 : 835 -- ----------
Longwood... 10 8 1011.. .......! 515'10, 25 915Altamonte ESTABLIE ED 18 TO.Commission .
Orange, 12 8 '......_ 5 2510 itJ 9 33Maitland.
151831.,......_ 53.5,10, 45 1010
Polk, WlnterParkllSI) S 45.........' 5 fi7110 )5 10 :m E. BEAN
Brevurd, ....... 9 0"2 A M i 6 2011 15 1135Kissimmee.
_, 40 I 9 45 5 20 71012; (05) 1 15I ,
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Sumter, I I !
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and Hillfeborougli. 61.10JOi I : ; 6 171.. _,.. _...... Merchant and Forwarder
Bartow J'nc'' 6811041., 6 87.,....:._ ..,,,._ 350 ,
J5i3OOO Acres Auburndale 7210 ?II 6 bOi.. ..._1..._... 4 15 VVaycross Railroad Wharf Jacksonville Fla.
Lakeland-... 831125 7 50j......_1_...... 5 40 ,
of these are NEWLY acqulicil Lands, which Plant City... 931115, : 8 201......_:......_ 635Se1fner Itruucli Packing-House, "AVtiycros Railroad Depot, Gainesville, Fla.
_..._... 1031210() 8 20
1 having been for several years reserved from Ar Tampa... li51210! I 9 481"7. IIn C> r a :n. g e 51, :I:... e :rQ. C> :n. S ,

sale are now offered. And other Fruits aid Vegetables,
NORTII IOUNI

These lands comprise all classes and grades J M'. 710. PACKED, SHIPPED AND SOLD.
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of South Florida soils. High Pine and Oak I I o E.'O': Q'C ,be'.. Reliable Correspondents in all the principal cities of the United States.
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Lands among the Backbone Hills In the famous STATIONS.DD_- --cC C o) Q -8Z 2 Z c reen. I..em OD..S:

Lake and Hill region of t e Peninsula. ti ti i .: <: a I Hw RIPENED AND PUT IN GOOD MERCHANTABLE SHAPE.


.. Lake Views and Lake Fronts; large areas of Tampa Leave........'I|-0 --/1-/ -;530.;: -1-.._...1' A 630 M Growers'pplies.: : : .

table lands well timbered with Pine and Oak Seflner..........i 122\ 301......_ 6 05 ._ 7 15 Have a full stock of Growers' Supplies-consisting of Cottonwood Thin Wood for Orange
Plant City. 22 2501......_ 6 40 ..._.. 8 20 Boxes, which makes the Whitest, Lightest, Strongest and Cheapest' Box In use. Beach
Low well-timbered Pine Lakeland.. ..! 32, 3 '_'" 1 3U ..._... 9 35 (Bangor) Thin Wood, Dressed Pine Heading, Hoops, Manilla Orange Wraps, etc., etc., all ol
undergrowth
; Auburndalel 43 3 151"._... 8 00 ..._... 10 20 the best quality,and cheaper than the cheapest.

Lands; Prairie and Marsh Lands set in rich Bartow J'nc 47! 3 55:..._,.. 818 ......_ 1125 for the Sale of the Stevens Sizer and the Fruit Car
JHainesCityK1ssiminee..i 51I! 4 35. PM ..._... Agent Dayton Tramway

native grasses affording good pastures for 75 5 08.8' 30 Lv 200 130 Send for Circulars and Stencils. sep4-tf

Orlando. 93 5 2 50 3 20 -
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Winter P'rkj, 97 5 ..._ 301 350
railroad towns of"Kissimmee Maitland..... 100 U 031 6 ._ 310 410
thriving new Altamonte../102 6 10 7 ._...... 3 25 4 :rr THE HARTLEY CHAIR CO. CHICAGO
Winter Haven Bartow Auburndale Lake- Longwood... 105 6 18 7 58......._ 3 35 515
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tBelalr.1l2 6 30 7 ........_ 3 50 5 40
land, Plant City, Sender, Mango, Orient and Ar. Sanford'115 6 40 7 50,......_ 4 00 555 -----
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y Dade City. Ferry Branch.-S.F. R.R. OFFICE LOUNGE. I M BEST: Chairs and LIBRARY CHAIR

-- ; Lounges in the World. ,
For further information apply to Land Department F'st F'8f F'at F'stWI. They have all the different
::" Ft. STATIONS. 1\1'1 Ft. f;"" Positions
Reclining
of South Florida Railroad Com- ti 19. 25. 10. 26. AI r9' and can be rigidly ftsten'i. "
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o 5.15 3.40LV Pembert'n Fery Ar 9.3 9.1075, found only in their goods. f
11 5.7 4.25,.........O\vensboro......... 8.58 8.27,6" They are durable A simple -
GWYNN, 16 5.58 4.55 .Dade City........... 8.48 8.05159, with a variety of designs -
23 6.17 5.25.-Richland._......... 8.3\\ = I i and prices to suit.
Janl2-tf General Land Agent.W. 43 7.35 7.15 ..........Lakeland_......... 7.40 5.4532 1 INVALID 1 f"ou want COMFORTABLE
63 8.00 8.00 ..........Plant City.......... 6.5.1) 4.3022 s CHAIR. ,I a -
63 8.23 8.551, ..........etfner.............I 6.25 3.45f 12 :' and ELEGANT piece PARLOR LOUNGE ,-
M. LKDWITH. F. C. Sor.I.EEoLEDWITH 75 8.55 9.501Arrlve-Tampa..Leavel I 6.00 3.00, 0 ( of Frnxnrr.E see them
before buying.
& SOLLEE, Bartow liraucli.-Daily.H N ,U They also make Pliv.M- x tkcb ;
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DEALERS IN South Bound. Rockers.; ,

REAL ESTATE PATJONS. y Pas. Pas. Pas.w ..- -- I
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Office, No.7 Herklmer Block, -- -
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Leave..._Bartow Junction..... 0 .11.10 4.15
Headquarters for Halnes City Property. Leave..WiaterHaven.--I 11.25 4.35

Arrive_..Bartow............._......17 -12.00 6.15 y
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HAINES CITY.
STATIONS. Pas. Pas.
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Leave Bartow.\\ .1025 3.20
Arrive 17,. .110.40 3.3.5
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Land with Sanford and Ilidlal1lUverUallrond.
Healthy, High, Rolling
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Beautiful Lake Fronts, 'Pas.. P H.I! I tyM
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3 : 5.171,| .......JFort Reed........ 7.23 jU r
Lots on tile lliglictkt Tract 5 .'>.25,...._. ..JRutledge.......... 7.15+ .
17 6,031 Ar....._..Ovideo.........Iv 6.35: 0
of Land in Tropical Florida. --- --- --- --- -- ---- ---
J Flag Stations. Trains No. 3, 5, 9 and 7
Daily except Sunday. No. 1 and 2 Daily.
Traits) \o. 4,6,10and 8 Daily except Sunday.
Haines City is situated hate way between Train No. 3 stops at Lakeland breakfast.
Sanford and Tampa, and right on the South Trains No. 1 J and 20 Daily. Trail,us No. 21 and
Florida llailroad. It Is situated on the high 22 Dally except bunday.
est land In South Florida-rich,rolling and Connect at Sanford with Sanford and In.
healthy This excellent country lies to the dian River Railroad for Ovideo and points on
1 southward of large lakes which protect the Lake Jess up; with the People't Line andDeBaryBaya
tropical fruit. There is no frost here. The Merchants' Line of Steamer* (7
fact of the Indians having selected this section for Jacksonville and all Intermediate pointson D. D. IlOQEKS. C. B. KOGERH.Corrugated .
.of country as a home demonstrates be- St. Johns River,and with Steamers tor In-
yond a doubt that it is absolutely the richest dian River and Upper St.Johus. D. B. ROGERS & CO.
portion; since It Is their aim, on account of At Kissiintuee with Steamers lor Fort Myers ,
aversion to labor, to find the most fertile and Basslnger 1 points on Klsslmmee ri'.er. DEALERS IN

very tracts moderate; thus affording expenditure large of returns labor. from a Railway AtPemberton for all points Ferry North with Florida East and Southern West, :1\1.1: ::E] -r .A. L.: :Fi. 0 :J:. 1I I 1'1" c-: ,

Come and see this town before buying else- and at Bartow with the Florida} Southern
Metallc Building Supplies.
Iron Shutters, &c.,
where. Railway lor Fort Meade and points South. Iron, Fire Proof
F.J. HINSON, Through Tickets sold at all regular stations Utat? Agents for J;. Van NoonJeii A Co's

flames City" Polk County, Fla., points North Kast FREDERIC and West.H. RAND, bII TA.LIO raIIINGLJS.: ,:

r Bend fDr dewipUr. circular,tree. Uen'l Ticket A.c"n, 7' West Bay street JACioio.tvii.iJ6t" '
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Great Southern Freight and Passenger Route between New England and THE CLARK'S COVE GUANO Co

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

Firat-Class Passenger Accommodations. HIGH GRADE CONCENTRATED MANURES

No TraiiHliipnient.: G- No J3xtrn untiling.;. -.

Cabin Passage, $20 ; Excursion $35.00; Steerage, 812, "0 o .
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CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley ..............................................Thursday, April 15,at 3:30 p. m "0 ('t)
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge..........................................................Thursday, April :r2,at 9:00 p. m 00
CITY OF MACON, Uapt. Kelley.....................-........................ Thursday, April 29, at 2:30 p. m z rtI> w 0
GATE CITY Capt. Hedge...............................-............................Thursday, May 6,at 7:30 p. m Q P
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley.............................-...............-.Thursday, May 13,at 2:00 p. m 3 roW.
GATE CITY, Ca pt. Hedge........... .. ............................................Thursday, May 211,at 7:30 p.m cc S
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley....................-.............................Thursday, May 27, at 1:00 p.m 0)
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge........... ...............?...............................Thursday, June 3, at 6:30: p.m m
CITY OK MACO Capt. Kelley.............................................Thursday, June 10, at 12:30 p. m -
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge...................................-............-.........Thursday, June 17,at 6:30 p. m
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley..............................................Thursday, June 24,at 11:00 a. m AR 1 THE 113ESTINj IUSE.
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge.............................................................Thursday, July 1, at 5:30 p. m Prof.. Isaac Stone, In his article on Orange culture In the trade edition of the Times-Onion,
Through Bills of Lading and Tickets over Central Railroad of Georgia Savannah, Florida October,1885,says: "Of all the fertilizers used on some 15,000 trees,the Clark's Cove Orange-
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Tree Food gave better results than any other used. Send for Pamphlet and full particulars -
and Western Railway, and connecting with East Florida by the Waycross Short Line.
(Florida Dispatch) and the Steamers of the b s Island Route.W. t
WIGHTMAN & CHRISTOPHER
dec7-tf ,State Agents.VVXI.LrI.A..1IL .
H. RINu Nickerson's Wharf, Boston. ----
For Freight apply to RICHARDSON & BARNARD, Agents, Savannah Ga. -
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For Rooms and Tickets apply to ,
sepl-85 HENRY R. CHRISTIAN. G.8.Agent,66 Bay Street. ( to J. E. Hart,)

The Oldest Seed House In the city. (Established 1875)).

20 West Bay Street Jacksonville,
SAVANNAH LINE. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

I: M E -FORT .G-.A.EI.JE: : :: !:;:EEJJtS: ;. 4.

A I handle none but the Best and most Reliable Seeds. My. new Catalogue will be sent free
55 to 60 Hours \ on application. Also, Wholesale Dealer in

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


and ,- r AND GROUND FEED, SCREENINGS. COTTON SEED MEAL, Etc.
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PHILADELPHIA.Ocean. J. E. Tygert & Co.'s A Star Brand Fertilizers.


Steamship Company Guaranteed i Analysis.

Comprising ORANGE TREE and VEGETABLE

(Central or 90 Meridian Time.) FERTILIZER, PURE GROUND BONE

Passage Rates Between Savannah and New YOIK. MURIATE OF POTASH,TRADE ;; IWUC SULPHATE POTASH, .

To or from New York,Cabin, S20; Steerage, 810; ; Excursion (return trip),3200.: NITRATE SODA KAINIT ETC.
THE Magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: .

FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK. Prices on application. July 27 ttSCOFIELD'S
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CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catherine............................................Sunday, May 24:30 p. m '
NACOOCHEE, Capt. Kempton.......................................................Tuesday, :May 4- 6:00: p. m :
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher ..................... ...................................-Friday, May 78:00 a. m IRON WORKSAdjoining
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nlckerson.._..............?.......................-Sunday. May 9-10:00 a. m
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. H. C. Daggett.................................Tuesday, May 11-12:00 m.
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine._......_...................?_..............Friday, May: 14- 3:00 p. m MACON Manufacturers of the old and well
NACOOCHNE: Capt. Kempton.._.....................................................Sunday,May 164:30: p. m Passenger Depot known
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher .......?................-................?...........Tuesday, May 18- fi.-OO p. m
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson............................................Friday, May 218:30 a. m SCHOFIELD'S 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
NAUOOCIIEE Capt. Kempton .........................................................Friday, May 2S- 2:00 p. mTALLAHASSEE
Capt Fisher................................. .......................Sunday, May 303:30 p. m EMPIRE PREMIUM COTTON PRESSThe

FOR PHILADELPHIA.These .
Steamers do not Passengers.
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carry ] most substantial, best built, and fastest packing COTTON PRESS on the market. Packs
DESSOUG: Capt.- ......._....................................._..._............_..Saturday, May; 14:00 p. m
JUNIATA, Capt. Daggett..........._............................................_....Saturday, May 88:30 a. m &&nor :t ;?; Portable and Stationary Steam Engines and Boilers,
DESSOUG.Capt,- ............................................_.....................Saturday, May 15!- 4:00p. m All sizes and styles-4 to 100 horse power. Shafting. Pulleys, Hangers, Mill GearIng .
JUNIATA, Capt. Daggett............ ................._....................... ....Saturday, May 229:00 a. m power.and Machinery a specialty. Hancock Inspirator, the best boiler feeder known
DESSOUG, Lapt ....................................................................Saturday, May 29- 2:30 p. m and acknowledged standard. Iron Pipe and Fittings, Engine Trimmings, Brass valves
Whistles, Lubricators, Rubber and Leather Beting,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 Northwestvia
Savannah. For further particulars apply to .' MACON, GEORGIA.

HENRY YONGE, Agent, G. M. SORREL Agent, .
Pier! No.85 North River, New York. City Exchange Building,Savannah, Ga. __-_-._-_- -_-_,-._u. -_ ._-.-_.-_-._-_-_- -n .-- ._-_._.-. _-_--_---_-_-_-_._-_-__._- _
W. L.JAMES, Agent, 138.Third Street,Philadelphia. 11\11' 11e. .,. ...I1\.ip' : :
J. D. HAS HAG":N. Eastern Agent, Sav., Florida & Western Ry. Co., 261 Broadway Y. LWAG.A3:1'I..w: ]E IFLEBost
For Rooms and Tickets apply to rlaVrJ. .....w."I :] In. The -VV-or1d.
H. R. CHRISTIAN Gen'J Soliciting Agent,66 Bay street.
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For large or small game-32 calibre M\ Strains powder;33 cal.55 gr.;
SHERIDAN'S rJf 1 40 cal.60 gr.:43 cal.70 and M gr. The strongest shooting ride made
iio i IV perfect. accuracy guaranteed and the only absolutely safe rifle on me mar-
CONDITION reduced BALLARD CallMT.Sporting and Tar-
get RiOe, world renowned. The standard
POWDER ] for target shooting, bunting, and shooting galleries. All calibres from 22 to 45 Hade In
is absolutely pure nnd < i\ ) different.styles prices from $18.uo up. Send for Illustrated catalogue.
highly concentrated. FIRE ARMS CO. New Haven Conn.
1 ounoe worth a lo. ,
of any other kind. ltfs.trictlyamedicine to be riven with;?<1. Nothing on earth will make hens lay li>-, .fourteen made with one of our 22 calibre rifles twenty consecutive shots i, )
it. It cures chicken cholera and a.**d.i -wfi of liens. la vrorth its weight in gold. Illustrated book h-, shots had already been fired and no cleaning during the entire seventy
mail free. Sold everywhere, or sent i.i.iil for ::5 cents in stamps. 21-4 lb. airtight tin cans. $1. guns carry off nearly all the prizes at target matches beanie they
by mall $1.20. Six cans by express,j id,for $5.00. Dtt. I. a JOHNSON & CO., Boston. Mas. accurate and reliable.


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