The Florida dispatch
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Title: The Florida dispatch
Uniform Title: Florida dispatch (Live Oak, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Florida Dispatch Line
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: June 14, 1886
Publication Date: -1889
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1876.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -new ser. v. 9, no. 3 (Jan. 21, 1889).
General Note: D.H. Elliott, editor.
General Note: Published at: Live Oak, Fla., <June 20, 1877>-Feb. 11, 1880; and at: Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 18, 1880-Jan. 21, 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (May 8, 1876).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Florida farmer & fruit grower (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Florida dispatch and farmer and fruit grower

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mixture formed by slacking quick- don't find many on a tree. Some arated from the calys and stems. The
fruit Culture lime, with sulphur added to the water. times I have to look several] minutesto strawberry may be more of a luxury,

The proportions are not material, as find one, perhaps they do night but the raspberry is more of a food.I .
THE NEW INSECT. there will always be a large residuumof work. I have not sprayed any trees remember, I never wa sorry when
)Ir. "Rre8'-Inquiry. both ingredients uncombined 1 yet. I don't find the budded trees or the strawberries were gone and the
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: prefer to apply sulphur in a strong so- or young trees as badly affected as old raspberries had come.
I.send you also a few leaves infected lution of whale oil soap, trusting to its bearing trees.I There are many varieties of the
with the new insect that has made its remaining on the leaves long enoughto fear my specimens did not arrivein raspberry, but all may be included in
appearance for the first time. I have kill the young mites as they hatch good order. I would send you two classes : The straight; and the bow

trees-forty years 'old.,;'which they are fromtthe eggs. some- larva, but don.'t think.best- until canes. Of the former, there are....the __ _.__
stripping of the leaves rapidly. It is, HENRY G. HUBBARD, I hear from you. I will, however, try Brinckle's] Orange, the Golden] Queen,
indeed, distressing to see the damage Crescent City, l\Iay31st. to give you a faint description of it. Rancocas, Hansell], and many other
they are doing-worse than a freeze. An Effective Enemy. It is about as large as this (-) dot, has varieties that may be found named in
They are on trees of all sizes, but worse Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: three creamy white legs on each side, any nurseryman's catalogue of the
on the old trees. -These insects are do- One of my correspondents, Mr. R. (as he appears under microscope,) has North. Of the latter, known as cap- >.
ing great damage on the north side of J. Wright, of Tangerine, has discov- short hairs, the last quarter of poste- berries, are the Mammoth Cluster, the
our lake. I think they are not so. bad ered an effective enemy of the orange rior part is nearly transparent. His Gregg, the Turner, the Red Cap or
on trees that have been kept quite leaf mite which is doing so much harmin legs look like those of the bug only in Purple Cane, and many others. The
clean. I am more dismayed at these many parts of the State. This the latter case they are more yellow.He straight canes are propagated from
new-comers than at a freeze. I have little friend of the orange grower is a is a ravenous fellow. He suckedone layers, offshoots and root cuttings ;
trees the cold could not kill, but I fear very small beetle, a mere black dot in of the large lice dry and threw the bow canes from roots or stools that
these little fellows will prove their de the perfect state. It belongs to the away the skin in about ten seconds, form on the end of the canes which
struction. I can sometimes see hun- family of the Lady birds Coccinellidie and was on the "war path" for some bend over to the ground and root and
dreds of these insects on the under- and is one of the smallest of the fame more. He acts like a "razor-back form a ]large bud, and also from root
side of one leaf. A. J. PHARES. ily. The species has not yet been hog," rooting here and there. I havean cuttings. '

Yalaha, Fla., May 19th. made out. In regard to its habits idea that he only eats the pregnant In northern Illinois I found the

MR. HUBBARP'S REPLY. and that of its larva I cannot do bet females, for I have seen him catch raspberry more profitable as a market
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: ter than send you a graphic descriptionof some of the lice and let them go. I berry than the strawberry. If prop
The letter of .Mr. A. J. Phares, en- Mr. Wright, which you will find have given you these hints, as they erly cared for it was a sure crop.
closed in your note of the 28th instant, .enclosed. might coroborate some theory you Berry not spoiled by rains nor injuredby
adds to the ;rapidly accumulating testimony HENRY G. HUBBARD. have under investigation.Yours drouth, as the strawberry some-
ot the damage done by the leaf Crescent City, Fla., May 31,2886. truly, times was.

insect (Tetranychus 8p.) In this part Mr. H. G. Hubbard :-Since send R. J. WRIGHT. The raspberry should be planted on
of the State the late rains have checkedthe ing you the little "Lady Bugs" as I Tarigarlue, May 27, 1886. a rich, moist, but not wet soil. I set
pest, and 1 hope continued wet call them, I have watched them care- The Itaspberry. in rows six feet apart and three feet
weather will cause it to disappear. I fully, and am fully convinced they are Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: distant in the row. The wood, gen-
have lately sent you for publicationall doing good work. Yesterday I had The raspberry comes second in erally called cane, is biennial in its
that is known of this mite, and by what I call the ]larva under observationand time, and is generally classed as second -: growth. The canes grow one year,
this mail I forward also the welcome I can say to a certainty, it eats in quality, when compared with bear fruit the next; and then die. The
announcement that its enemy has been the eggs and also the full grown lice. the strawberry. But it will ever dispute point to be aimed at is to secure each
found in a minute beetle. "May his .It devoured three eggs and four lice with that berry the right to be year good bearing wood for the next
tribe increase." The remedy for the in as many minutes. I have been at first, wherever Brinckle's Orange, the year. Success depends entirely upon
the mite, sulphur is proving satisfac- a loss to know what became of the standard of excellence of the rasp- this. After the fruit has been gath-

tory here, although it must not be expected i lice. I often found on leaves that had berry family, is grown to perfection.It ered the old canes may be cut away.
to work an immediate cure. been badly infested, only a few small certainly is n more profitable berry This gives more room for the bearing
Repeated applications are necessaryin lice and scarcely an egg. but hundreds to buy, as a quart of raspberries is wood] for the next year. All grass
bad cases. Many\ persons apply of cast skin0. I can't think my about equal to two quarts of straw- and weeds should be kept down and
the'sulphur in the sulphurated line )little bug could h&VP; done it all for I berries after they are hulled, or sep out of the berry patch. as truly aa out




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the corn-field. When the young tion. I have never seen the olive injured express, to Pancoast & Griffith, Phil. California Citrus Fair.

3 canes,are two feet and a half high the by frost in the slightest degree ; adelphia, over two thousand quarts, The California Citrus Fair was a

tops should be nipped off. This may nor have I seen the tenderest tree pro- and realized from twenty cents to two financial success as well as a grand
tected corn-stalks other
be done with the fingers, or a pair of by i have not succeeded or any with cut-material dollars per quart. They went throughin "boom" for State interest. The Riverside -

shears. As they do not all grow at tings two and a half feet long in any forty-eight hours, and all arrived in Press says : "The full expensewas

the same time, it is necessary to go instance; nor have I had good results perfect order. The freight by expresswas over $10,000, and the receiptswere

over the patch a number of times. from planting cuttings twenty inches about six cents per quart, while sufficient to pay all expenses, ex-.
deep. I have had nothing but failure elusive of the of the
The rows may be kept together and refrigerator shipments were eleven personal expenses
where the earth was filled in loosely
form a kind of hedge, or the hills around the cutting. I have planted cents. He predicts that in less than managers, which they paid from their

may be kept separate. All sproutsnot olive cuttings every year since 1870.I two years freight by express will be own pockets. Had $100,000 been ex-

wanted for fruiting should be destroyed began with cuttings three feet long, reduced to two cents. pended in any other method of advertising

at an early day, as they exhaust and finding no signs of growth at the Ten thousand quarts of strawberrieswere our resources, not nearly as val-
proper time, dug, threw upand sawed uable results could have been reached
the root and weaken the canes sent to New York from Mann- ,
about one-third of the length from the
you wish to have grow.I top end, which had become dry, and ville, Florida, during the present sea- either in the ruterests of immigrationor

do not find the raspberry a success about the same from the bottom, which son, realizing an average price of six- the marketing of our fruits."
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in this part of the State. It is had rotted, and planted the balance all teen cents per quart. They were sent The- Lemon.- -

very fond of clay, and our sand is not under ground, and got good trees. I in refrigerators at a cost of from eleven On account of the greater keeping
tried all lengths for cuttings,
suitable for its growth. Also our seasons and a half to twenty-one cents per
from three feet down to ten inches, qualities of the lemon and less liability -

are too long. After the fruit and would rather have them eight quart. I to injure during long voyages, it

canes have formed and have been inches long than increased to twelve Twenty-one thousand quarts of I has been considered more profitable

dormant awhile they start into new inches, but prefer ten inches. For strawberries were sent North from along the Mediterranean coast to raise

growth, make weak, slender twigs starting in nursery I plant the cuttings Lawtey the past season, realizing .an lemons than oranges, and they have
with, their tops an inch or two out of
that do not ripen fruit buds ; and the average price of twenty-two cents per been in wherever
the top of the ground,and about thirty planted Italy they
next season there cannot be any fruit inches between the rows. The earth quart. could be successfully protected from

of any account. The growth each thrown up in making the trenches for About fifty thousand quarts of straw- the cold. The neighborhoods of Ca-

year becomes weaker and weaker, ,I irrigation will cover the tops. For berries have been sent North from tania and Messina and Sicily have
until orchard planting make a basin about Mandarin during this season, realizing
they finally run out entirely.
been almost
two feet in diameter and three given up exclusively to
say about twenty cents per quart on an
I have thought some of overbearing I
inches deep, with the cuttings in the the cultivation of the lemon.
varieties, that produce fruit centre, and about level with the bot- i average -.-..- t .
whenever they make new wood, might tom of the basin, covering the top threeor How Ants! are Utilized in China. Small Fruits South.

succeed here.I four inches with earth, and three or For the FLORIDA DISPATCH: Professor J. P. Steele, of Alabama,

have seen a Black Cap of this four irrigations during the summer, Mr. J. O. Walton, of London, Eng- reminds a recent writer who suggested

kind and there three vari"eties with the earth finely pulverized after land, tells us that when he was travel- culture of currants, gooseberries and
are two or -
each irrigation. There is no reason ing in China, he saw rather a* new work for
--- raspberries as profitable
i of the Bush variety advertised in why at least ninety per cent. should
the catalogues. N. W. not grow. Pack the earth very close- way of utilizing ants. In many partsof women of the South, that "none of

Welaka, Putnam Co., Fla. ly by tramping it with the feet while the province of Canton, the orange these fruits can be grown in the lower

---. ..-- being filled in around the cuttings, be- trees are infested with worms, and Southern States any more than orangesin
Olive Culture. ginning at the bottom and continue to this is how the Chinese get rid of them: Michigan."

4 The cultivation of the olive has not the top I think there is danger in The natives take empty lard bladders, ...

as yet been entered upon in Florida to planting cuttings in nursery by simply out to the hills and Australian Ir.iectlclde.
I neighboring ,
by making a hole with an iron bar,as go The following is an Australian rem-
any considerable extent as a means of there is likely to be a vacant space, place the bladder over ant's nests ; edy for fungus, or scale on orange

profit, though it has long since been pressing the earth against the last one after they have trapped sufficient, trees: Fresh lime, 2! pounds; petro-
demonstrated that it be success- iu the for the next
may making opening ; they bring them into the
orange groves
leum 1 mix well add 12!
pint; ; water
fully pursued and become one among by this method the earth is closed and place the bladders among the
closely around the cutting from top to gallons. Mix the whole thoroughlyand
the many sources of industrial reve- branches of the trees. Bamboo rods
bottom. Cuttings well planted and spray it over affected trees.Peaches. .
nue. At Dungenness, on Cumberland well taken care of should bear fruit are then laid from tree to tree, and J t-.H

Island, the olive has long been pro- enough the fourth year to pay for the the ants are thas enabled to move .
duced, and in 1864 a Frenchman temporarily cultivation. Maiiv trees will bear the throughout the grove. They soon Florida Peen-tos and Georgia Alex-

located at Fernaudina, planted third year, and I never did eee a well destroy all the worms. It is to be re- anders and Beatrices, are to be seen
cared for that did bear that cannot in the Jacksonville markets.
trees which have since matured tree not some gretted we adopt some Strangeto
fruit the fourth year. Trees trans- measure by which Florida ants may the latter only
is far say seem fully ripe
and borne fruit. The time not
from old be utilized. W.
planted nursery at two years
and fit for the table.California .
distant when our. horticulturists and will seldom bear the following year, A _
fruit growers will embrace this among but should bear well the second year.I Dwarfing the Orange. Grape- -Crop.

the branches of profitable industry, have helped to pick eleven gallons of A correspondent writes: There never was a better prospectfor
fruit from a four-year-old tree which "In Manville's Orange Culture mention
and produce at home the fruit for a large grape crop in Californiathan
had no extra pains taken with it. The is made of the experiments of Dr.
which we now depend upon foreign in- most I have picked from a three-year- J. C. Ken worthy in dwarfing the the present-season....<.

dustry.Mr. old tree was three gallons. I think orange, in 1882. Has the experiment AprJcots.
Frank A. Kimball, of National there is no other tree so tenacious of proved a success in a pecuniary view? California Apricots have made their

City, California, in a letter to the Los life as the oliveor which will respond If so, can the trees be purchased?" appearance in the Jacksonville
to good cultivation with so valuable a
Angeles Herald in answer to questionsof We are not aware that any attempthas markets.
crop) on a given area.
a correspondent, gives the following --..-.-.- been made to cultivate dwarf i Green t .4

valuable information, based upon his Shipping Berries. orange trees for profit, nor do we knowof I Fine plums of this Gages.variety are now
culture which Mr. W. D. Lewis, of PauasofFkee, who has -
own experience, in olive any nurseryman propagated to be seen in this market.
will interest our readers: gives his decided testimony in behalf the trees for sale. There can be no

of the mode of berries in their and
new shipping question as to experimental
In answer to the questions of your During the past winter the West
:Fresno correspondent-issue October ventilated! crates by express rather practical success if properly managed. I. packed 9,298,995 hogs-161,245 less

30th-I note several things which do than in refrigerators. He sent his Can any of our readers give us better than the preceding season. The aver-

not correspond with my experience, first strawberries, gathered from the information on this subject? age gross weight was 259 pounds-a
and as experience is an excellent 24th of February to the 19th March, _. -..- decrease of 7$ pounds as comparedwith
schoolmaster, I may be able to correct Four hundred and twenty-eight car- the average of the season of '84-
Jacksonville and realized dollara
some impressions which your article to a loads. 130,000 boxes of oranges were 85. The average price paid was $3.66
may leave on the minds of persons quart. From that time to April shipped from Riverside, California, -63 cents per hundred weight less
wishing to investigate the olive ques- 25th he sent in ventilated crates, by from December to April inclusive than the preceding season..





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is on all hands regarded as very diffi- f inserting some smooth, hard piece of How to Preserve 9Iilk.

Dairy, cult to cure. In the Southern States, wood, or bone, not more than three- Pour the milk into a bottle, and !

the silo will allow the farmer to pre- sixteenths of an inch in diameter ; but place the.vesse1 up to its neck in a
do all will hard milker madeso of water which is then to be
'" serve one of his most important crops, you a saucepan ,
How Long Should Cows Go Dry? the Southern Cow-pea. This, whichis by the calf will always be a hard put on the fire and allowed to boil f fora

At a recent Illinois dairymen's con- regarded as most valuable as hay, milker." quarter of an hour. The bottle is

vention the following discussion was is difficult to cure, as the large leavesare This accords with our own exper- now to be removed from the water and

had on this subject: shaken off in the process, but ience in handling cows and we have a carefully closed with a good and tight
fitting cork, so as to render it as air
in the silo
packed they yield most
Mr. Johnson: I buy cows and feed fine Devon now which with her calfto Milk which has been
valuable cattle food, probably equal in tight'as possible.
them-force them in fact, using them assist would three
value to ensilage clover.-American yield gallons a preserved by this process has been
up as milkers in a year or two, then Agriculturist for June. day, but having lost her calf and refusing kept for more than a year without
fatten them for the market. I let
up Milk also be
Some few since Mr. Bacon, I to adopt another, holds her turning sour. may preserved
them go dry as short a time as possi- years of
I by putting a tablespoonful
ble. Mr. Hostetten Cows should go located on the St. Johns river a short milk so that not more than half the horse radish scraped in shreds, into a :I

dry six to eight weeks. Mr. Johnson: distance below Arlington, purchasedone amount can he obtained and soon panful of milk. When milk thus

In the way cows are usually kept, they hundred head of Florida cows in runs dry altogether. treated is kept in a cool place, it will
should be allowed rest.Ir.. Boyd: < be found for several
counties and to keep good days,
Much Lafayette or Taylor Corn Fodder.
depends upon the cow. My in hot weather.
best I placed them on his farm with the
cows are persistent milkers. The Germantown Telegraph says : t 4

have trouble in drying them off. If avowed purpose of adopting the system "One of the most successful of Illinois Selecting Heifers.

not allowed rest, cows generally prove of ensilage and preparing a silo. I dairymen keeps hundred A good judge of dairy stock will I
one cows,
poor milkers the year succeeding select from heifer calves those likelyto
He has a valuable section of high
but raises of He
nearly a full year of milking; it seemsto never a pound hay.
hammock land and being a man of prove good for milk and butter.
undermine the constitution. Mr. feeds his cattle corn fodder cut whenin

Boyd added that the calves of these means, energy and intelligence, we blossom, bound and set up till curedor The art of selecting can scarcely be

persistent milkers are liable to be hoped and expected his success, but till winter, when it is removed to explained on paper, but a little experience -

# weak. Mr. Dubois: I keep my cows have never heard Mr. will soon show the novice the
any report. the barn. He gets seven tons of this
as long as they produce well and
qualities desired. The head shouldnot
Broadalbin in of the stock
was charge fodder to the and claims it
hence prefer to have them go dry six dry acre,
and we would be glad to learn the re be over large, the neck thin rather
to eight weeks Mr.-: I can get is worth as much as the best of hay.

as much milk in the life of a goodcow suIts of this proposed introduction of No one who has fed such feed can than thick, and the skin possessing a

by milking her_ nine months, as ensilage here.-ED. DISPATCH.. doubt that its feeding value is equal to soft feel that can only be judged by an
longer. Mr. isuell: My cows will S4 expert. Look at the escutcheon and ;
give milk right along to the time Air for Cream and Not for Butter. that of good hay. Of course the fod-
up the milk veins. These are as good
of calving. What must I do-sell A Canadian farm journal says: der must be fine and be put up in the
indications of character the
them,..and get others? It is not alwaysthe "The old fashioned way of setting milkin best possible condition to be equal to as pedi-

case a heifer milked up to calvingthe The immense whichcan gree.
shallow pans should at once be dis good hay. yield <
second time will remain
a persistent -
continued. It is impossible to make be obtained from an acre plantedto Keeping Milk.
milker; not if, from accident, she.
goes dry early in the season that she fine flavored butter where the milk is fodder makes ,it a very valuable Pasteur discovered that when milk

will after be short milker often crop, especially so where land is high heated for time
a ; they exposed to the influences of the air. was a short at 172,
and the amount ot feed which can be
regain a natural period. A calf froma : and then cooled it
The National Live Stock Journal suddenly kept sweet
and obtained foom an acre is of more im-

like"persistent"the dam, will cow be, likely looking to inherit just says: "This is all a mistake; that portance than a little extra labor. much longer than the heated milk.

the quality. Mr.\ Reed Preferred six there is nothing better than the old -Good Milk. .Ue ord. Dr. J. Van Geuns finds that this treat-

to eight weeks rest for cows. Does fashioned way of setting milk in shallow ments disables and destroys most of the
I have a small farm of 105 acres
not believe ordinary cows will make I pans; that the oxygen of the air and have.kept on it during the year lower organisms in the milk, so that i

money for the farmer, counting in the mingles with the fats of the cream and three horses, one yearling heifer, one they are only able to revive when the :
at cents 100
dry season, sixty
pounds for milk. Professor per Henry develops flavor-the old-fashioned yearling bull, with sixteen cows. I conditions of temperature are ex-

thought there was too much guess butter flavor, accompanied by the have done all the milking myself. I tremely favorable. ;
have raised about half of my cows, the ..*.
work among the farmers in the dairy odor known as 'rosy.' Without this, rest are such as I could buy here and Notes.

business. They should know more it i is necessary to sour the cream, and there without any reference to breed.In See that the cows have a dry placeto
regarding the cost/: of food, care, etc.
The statement was well substantiatedby secure the flavor produced by oxyda- summer they had what grass they lie on. Their udders should not be

the fact that no one present seemedto tion accompanied by that of slight could pick and one acre of sound imbedded in and incrusted with filth.
that fed in the fall .
actual of the last acidulation. This is corn was green.In
give figures sea- .an important
the winter, all the good early cut Dry earth or muck in the stable
son s results. i difference. The lack of is
hay they would eat up clean three or will save manure, prevent disease and

The Progress of Ensilage. what makes elderly people sigh for four times a day, with plenty of good keep the milk from being tainted.
'good, old-fashioned butter. As soon water, and kept in the stable. I fed
Within the last few ensilage Succulent food is the natural kind.
years hundred meal.
pounds corn
{ as the butter is churned, the less exposure seven
has passed the experimental stage, and Gallons of milk from sixteen cows..._ 10,904 The greater the amount of succulency i
has been adopted by so farmers to the air the better. Airingthe Average per cow................................._ 681%
many Received for the milk................._...... 81,070 fiu the easier is digestion and the greater
that it may be considered as an estab- butter, unlike airing the cream Average per cow..................... ........._ (W; 50 l
deteriorates the flavor." Paid for the feed purchased................. 36 29 the milk flow. I
lished method among many who devote Net profit.......... ................. ...............- 86121
themselves to dairying. The e Net profit per cow.............................." 5i 01 It has been f found by experiment
number of silos in the United Statesin Hard Milkers. This does not include the milk usedin I that meal will pass through the digestive

1880 is said to have been only six, A South Carolida correspondent of a family of three adults and.three I quicker than hay, and

while it is estimated that there are the Home and Farm complains that a children under ten years. The aver- organs
that if the is fed animal
now about two thousand. In England fine cow is hard to milk because of the age price received for milk was a frac meal to an '
there were in 1880 only four silos, tion less than, ten cents per gallon.A .- with an empty stomach, it pass away
contracted orifice of the teats and that before it is but if fed
while now Mr. M.\ J. Sutton in his recent I i : D. Mills, in Ohio Farmer.Imitation fully digested;
admirable work on "Permanentand she will not let her milk down with- t-.-. after hay it becomes mingled with it,

Temporary Pastures," estimates out the calf. The editor answers : Butter. and more benefit is derived.

that there are between eleven and "When the calf is allowed to run T. D. Curtis, of Syracuse,says thereare After calves get & they will eat

twelve hundred. In England the with thej cow, and suck at will, the 16,000,000 cows in the United hay give them who they will eat cleanof

silo will come into competition with result is as you state. To suffer a calfto States. The money value of the yearly of
this and abut one quart oats
ordinary hay-making, allowing the go with its dam, one season is
farmer to secure his crops of grass and enough to spoil any cow as a milker, product is ,000,000,000,and the totalc daily. Without the grain the hay will

clover in very wet seasons more at any rate, as any easy milker. Take
promptly and safely than he could as the calf away from the cow, and keep their support 3800000000. Last worth lithe more at a year old than

hay. In this country, on the other it away. Use her kindly, and be pa- year 60,000,000 pounds of imitation. now. All the profit will come from

baud, ensilage will be mainly directedto tient, and she will soon give over to butter were sold from a capital -o f the rain, and the farmer who sees

the preservation of fodder corn, a the inclination to withhold her milk. $2,000,000. This is hurting the dairy th point will increase the grain feed

crop of admitted value, but one which You may enlarge the size of orifice by interests. a/f/ the animals will bear.THE .

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think that there is a future for them. finest hunting grounds I ever saw- famed new Zealander would sketch the

FIorridiana. The College of the Conference, M. E. deer, wild turkey, squirrels and ducksin desolate ruins of the Capitol at Washington -
abundance. I was within: ten miles from Arlington Heights.
South of Florida has been located
I of the Gulf of Mexico\ where the fish- Father Clarkson brings the ques-
THE LAKE UEGION. here, so that if we cannot have ing cannot be excelled. I began to tion further West with the following

anything else, we can have a improve at once and soon enjoyed a pertinent comments. 'The best corn
The New JOAect-Etrectlf of the ColdOrangesTruckImprovementsetc. -
college education. There is strong splendid appetite and weighed one and wheat belt of the Northwest can
I hundred and forty six pounds, onepounoV never be kept to its present produc-
The new insect is getting in his workin talk that the Jacksonville! Tampa and
more than I had ever weighed tive capacity or renewed when once
this regionI(I write from Leesburg,) Key West Railroad Co. will build an
before. I consider Hernando countythe rendered sterile by constant cropping,
but the orange growers are not as additional branch, giving us another cream of Florida. by commercial fertilizers. The worldcan
competing road and a bee line to Jack- furnish the material.
apprehensive of evil, as a result of his -- ------- never
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appearance, as they were. Its worst sonville. This branch would shorten Any man of the age of the writer of
these lines ran trace in his mind the
work has been done on our vast the distance to Jacksonville some JVIiscellany.Intelligent] .
western travel of the wheat region.
those at Eldorado and Sunny forty miles, and certainly he a
groves, Ofinancial Sixty years ago the Genesee country,
Side, on Lake Harris. They have comfort and convenience, Agriculture. in New York, was then the greatest

also visited Judge Weaver's fine both to the company and the people. "Father" Clarkson, the veteran agri wheat field of the world. But wheat

grove west of town, but the Judge has Finally, there is strong talk that the cultural editor of the Des Moines Register has made its dt stroyin track across

been Com- Presbyterian Church, of the United comments approvingly upon an :North Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana,
lately appointed a County address lately made by President C. Illinois and Iowa, to Dakota and Man
missioner and small matters do not States, will locate a Southern Collegeon K. Adams, of Cornell University, be- itoba. The soil ot" England, with all

trouble him. They have also ]left the heights of Grand View, near fore the New York State Farmers'Insti- its lavish expenditure of commercial

their cards in the aristocratic settle- here.All tute. President Adams dwelt most fertilizers, has decreased in productiveness -

ment of Mount\ Clare. In many in this has no direct bearing on impressively upon the fact that all in thirty-three years over thirteen
operations and processes in nature are bushels per acre. And what must be
agriculture or horticulture, etc., but
stances the trees have been stripped of
systems of compensation. It will not the results, if we continue to raise so
all their leaves, and fruit if any, but it has an indirect bearing, viz.: people I do to demand abundant crops from the much corn and wheat and ship it to

they are putting out new leaves. The must eat. The road mentioned would earth without making suitable return. the East without any compensating return -

impression was that the trees attacked bring people here and would carry our "In the fertility of the soil nature seemsto to our soil? Did any one ever
be beneficient and all-bountiful calculate how much of fertility is
surplus speedily and promptly.We a our
would'die back to the trunk. Rain away
mother. But here, too, she placed shipped across the Mississippi yearlyin
take much comfort in these
seems to check them and rain is what we ,
J and
around us.the same.limiting conditions.It its 500,000,000 bushels of corn
need at this date. The recent flue rains and, meanwhile, hog and hominy have is the all-pervading law of nature 300,000,000 bushels of wheat, besidesour
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which reached as far south as Ocala, not yet failed us. that the mother that feeds us requiresin other vast* raw material ? And

passed us by ; but our time will come, There is but little building going on turn to be fed. As soon as we be- how is this ever to be brought back ?

as there is indication that the in Leesburg or vicinity this season. gin to withhold supplies from her, she The earth cannot, and will not, always
every ceases to nourish us ; and, in the end, give without an equal return. Thinkof
rainy season is approaching. The Our people largely 1st: their crops by we are either left to starve, or to be- these things, ye scientific agriculturists -

groves upon which this insect has the cold. They have no surplus funds, take ourselves to other sources of sup- and grant yearly to our Agricultural -
worked most effectively arethose which and are not inclined to borrow for port." A most instructive historical College $5,300 to aid in scientific -

suffered most greviously from the cold building purposes. Business is dull, presentation was made by Dr. Adams agricultural education.. "
what : of the exhaustion of lands once teem- .+++ -
people buy only they are compelled -
fertile and the
ingly seat of magnifi-
The crop of Sumter will not exceed to have-groceries and feed. If ficent ancient empires. "What impressive Flflh Annual Meeting-, Denver, Colorado.

one-half the crop of last year, under economy is a commendable trait, and I illustrations of this great law The American Forestry Congress

the most favorable conditions. Some think it is, our people are to be com- does the history of the word afford will hold its fifth annual meeting in

more fortunate nooks like Orange mended. The health of the people is The valley of the Tigris and Euphrates Denver, Colorado, in the month of

Bend and Esmeralda and some of good.: Employment is hard to find, once the seat of great nations and September (probably 16th to 18th),
the abode of and
plenty splendor, has the exact date to be announced here
the hammock in the suburbs of but wages are fair. There is no real
groves been given over to the owl and the after. The generous hospitality of
town, will)] have a fair average crop if suffering among the laboring classes. bittern. Palestine, once the home ofa Denver is so well known and zeal of

nothing occurs to prevent. The colored people are living on great people, is the abode of deso- the Colorado Forestry Association so

The vegetable crop in this vicinityhas gophers, turtles, fish and berries and lation. Tyre was a great maritime well proven in its short but effective
do not want employment. The whites power, whose people were fed with an career, that nothing but a hearty and
not been a this
success season.
abundant whose miners
agriculture, well-prepared reception of the Con-
The people had to plant and who want work can generally get it. brought tin from Cornwall and gress and most useful and helpful reform -

re-plant and continue to plant. X. whose sailors brought amber from the may be anticipated.With .
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This made them late, and even Florida for Consumptives. Baltic. Asia Minor was the sufficient this meeting the Congresswill
abode of a hundred cities, the splen- for the first time, move out of the
then the short As curi- A Macon Ga. of the
crop was a correspondent
dors of which are only in these later sphere of the Eastern wooded States
rious instance of how things go, I saw Louisvile Farm and Fireside writes: years coming to be revealed to the over the treeless plains to their Western -

fine potatoes offered at Jacksonville, Having spent the winter in Florida, curious explorer. The north of Africawas border. Conditions and problemswill

the other day, at forty cents per peckor for my health, being consumptive, the seat of a great empire which be presented which have hitherto
$1.25 bushel. Here, where we and having derived so much benefit long made it uncertain whether civili- received but a passing glance in the
per from that delightful clime, I thoughtI zation was to have its abode on the discussions of the Congress. Whilein
are supposed to produce them, the would give your readers, briefly, the north side of the Mediterian or on the the East the economic question is
culls]) are held at sixty cents per peck benefit of my experience. When I left south. But in all these vast regionsit paramount, and the wasteful uses of

There is but little grain planted or Macon\ last October, my weight was may be said that the last sob of the native forests and the destructive

sown: in this vicinity,.but corn and about one hundred and twenty-six civilization was long since hushed, and tendencies of our generation call fora
cow')eas. More corn is now growingthan I pounds and my appetite very poor; a that everywhere there is now little but check and for moral education, here
glass of milk, half a biscuit and a barbarism and desolation. The Ro- in the West the great problem is the
hai<\.been the case for several previous mouthful of steak constituted a full mans were as ruthless and regardlessin necessity, and with it the difficulty of

year. There is no good reason meal. I was having severe night their demands of mother earth as creating forests under most unfavor-

why our people should not producecorn sweats and otherwise "under the any ancient people. But the dispised able conditions, where nature, probably
and cut Viay enough for home', weather." After drifting about from Chinese have had the superior wis- crippled by the ruthless hand of

consumption. The would place to place without deriving much dom to maintain undiminished thej resources the savage, seems to have lost a large
latter benefit, I finally landed near Brooks. of their national domain, so degree of its power of spontaneous
fill the bill. ville, in Hernando county. Here I that as their millions increase there rejuvenation. In its eastern portion

About all our sol' comfort this found pure, freestone spring water, comes "no wail of famine from sterile Colorado is concerned with the same

year rests on hope. Our numerous something unusual in Florida, sand fields or famished inhabitants." The problems of tree-planting which espe-

natural bearing groves earnest: of the high, dry, pine hills, adjacent to rich speaker brought the question home cially interest the settlers of the

cold well, and will recommer' (},,themselves "hammock" land (oak and hickory), and asked pointely if there was not plains, while in the western part of
that produces from fifty to seventyfive some danger lest, with our system of the State the problems of our eastern
by bearing good crops th\: ea- bushels of corn per acre, and denuding soil without just returns, the wooded hillsides and mountains havea
Bon This causes their owueri\ within twenty minutes walk of the time should come when Macttulay's'' particular bearing, The questions

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whether and how far the influence of oleander belongs to the dogbone fam- Southern Industry. today the ureat competitor of lard

forest cover ion water supply can be ily. Strychnine, the fatal poison, also The Macon\ Telegraph referring to and tallow. In fact, its use in the arts

established; whether and how far forest belongs to this species. The Indiansof Southern Industry says : has depressed the price of tallow to

growing will change agricultural Australia have a poison madeof "A steel bar successfully rolled in less than four cents per pound, whichis

conditions in the arid region; whether the dogbone family, into which they Tennessee is notice to England and to not more than sixty per cent. of the

and how far forest culture is there dip their arrows. Some believe that the North that the South is to becomea average price for many years past.

possible, and what the proper means an over dose of oleander seed will pre- competitor in a great industrial con- Enormous quantities of cotton-seed oil

of the restoration of these wastes may vent fatal results, which would be test. It also serves notice Southern are sold to European buyers as a stear-
be-these are questions of the greatest sure to be the result of a smaller dose. Congressmen that the upon day has iue grease at about two and a half

moment. The common periwinkle belong to the gone by for learned and eloquent disquisitions cents per pound in New York. Nearlyall

The programme will be so arranged, oleander family,containing all thelpois- on free trade, and the period the soap manufactured in this
therefore, as to give ample opportu- onous properties but no one eats them, for business statesmanship has country now is from cotton-seed oil.

nity for the presentation of actual experience and we never hear of bad results from arrived. In the face of one great fact The oil is cheaper than tallow or

and discussion thereon; and them. If the leaves of the oleanderwere like this it would be worse than crimi- grease even at their reduced prices,

the number of topics for papers of a cut up and eaten, there is no nal in the men of the South that they and hence, as a result of its introduc-
speculative character will be limited to doubt but that it would cause instant should join in legislation calculated to tion, the price of common soaps is ten

the following: death. We read in Xenophon that cast burdens upon a young but promis- to fifteen per cent. less than three
1. Relation of forests to water the Persian army under Xerxes was :: In this the years ago.-Ex. .
ing industry. matter causj ...
supply. poisoned from eating the 'honey fr m --
of one is the cause of all. If North Raisin Land.
2. Methods of management for a the rhododendron; mention is also Carolina and Tennessee hands
can join
natural renewal of the Rocky Moun made of the sam fret in European the and Alabamaand A well known viticulturist of Cali-
over forge, Georgia
tains. works. In reality it was not th. juiceof others should foster their fornia says fur raisin-growing he want-
help to
3. Methods of tree-planting in arid the ihododendrou that acted so i'is, and Soil climate ed a warm, even climate ; a rich, heavy

regions and the plains. astruugly on the Persian army, but and courage experienced enterprise.culture have,given us loam soil, almost adoby nature, by all
4. Profits of forest culture. the honey from the oleander. The command of From means no rock or gravel, and very lit-
a great staple.
5. Possibilities and aims of Forest gard ners of Italy have a great taste below the of the tle sand, and a moist land, so as to
roots cotton plant we
Experiment Stations. for the oleander, and endeavor to getas should draw the crude which keep the vines growiug all the season.
strength, ,
If the vines begin to ripen before the
6. 'State and National Forest Legis- many varieties as possibl They moulded artisans shall
by our own ,
lation. have double and white flowers grape does it has a tendency to thicken
yellow make the South rich and
Papers relating to the above subjects and raise trees from twenty-five to and toughen the skin. All who had

are requested from members and thirty feet high, whi'h form one of independent. H.H Muscatelle on sandy land in Fresnoare
friends.Husbandman. the chief attractions of their gardens.In Suutlowers.Several grafting to wine grapes, and vice

4 orchids we have more trouble in farmers in this locality will versa, those: who have wine grapes on
History of Plants. heavy laud are, or should graft to raisin -
varieties than with other
distinguishing plant largo fields to sunflower seed the
Prof. Meehan, in a recent lecture differenc grapes. You never can make a
flowers then
being very coming stason. The good( results met
before the Germantown Horticultural between and good wine on heavy moist land.Pressand
an armaryllis an with by the one or two parties wuo engaged -
Society, on the history and peculiarities orchi\ In the orchid, and the only in the business here last year Horticulturist.. .

of plants and flowers on exhibi- orchid, the stamens are all grouped has spurred others: up to the belief that Railway Traffic.
together in the centre. Botanists and the sunflower in this sectionis
tion made the industry the
following interesting The importance to the South of
gardeners have great trouble in dis- labor- in-
a money-making, aving
of traffic betweenthe
suggestions : opening railway
tinguishing the species. The orchid is d::str)'. OLe bushel of seed will plantt up
Atlantic and Pacific is dem-
"Lettuce is a native of the West In- found chiefly in tropical countries, and -c-lve acres Plant in hills the sameas coasts
dies and was brought to this country live mostly on air. When the stem of corn, the distance apart} and put onstrated by the fact that the Texas I
and Pacific has contracted for
by the Europeans ; lactuca means a the plant Is burned we find potash from two to three seeds in a hill. he
milky juice. Begonia is the Botanical and soda. Ho they get this mineral time for planting is from the middleof the transportation of 700 car loads of

name of plants that come from warm dust is a mystery; if it was perfectlyclear May\ forward, hut never make the California wheat to go to Europe by
of New Orleans. California flour
climates, many being natives of Bra- we could not see anything. The planting extend t o far into June. way
has been sold in this market for the
zil and South America. Then we sun breaking against this dust reflects Cultivate three time, and if (he soil
have geraniums, a name common to the light. Anyone has only to go intoa is very foul, hoe once and cut all the past two months, and it is only a question -
all 'gardeners and florists. This is dark room to have an illustration of weeds out of the hills. When the seeds of a very short time as to the pro-

another illustration of the case with this, and see the immense amount of ripen in the fah, and! just before they ducts of California seeking a marketover
this Southern transconti-
which people can learn botanical dust and light through a crack. Air begin to shell (out, th> hea! must be great
nental route.-Shreveport Times.
names. There are wild geraniums allover plants must get their mineral properties out: off from the stalks, similar tu ..
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the world, in Europe, Asia, Africa from the dust. Orchids are found broom corn, and place in: bins free Queensland Sugar.

and in this country. The gera- only in great abundance in tropical from dampness, and allowed to dry,after While the development of sugar
nium on exhibition comes from the woods that ire partly shaded, and require which it is very easily and quickly cultivation in Queensland has not

.. Cape of Good Hope, the home of geraniums a period of from twenty to threshed and cleaned by flailing and been so extensive as the most sanguine

where there are over three thirty years before they flower. They fanning, and i is then ready for mar- expected, through want of labor, it
thousand kinds growing. Allyssum, depend entirely on s' eds for extensionand ket.Louisville Republican. has been remarkable. In the Mackay

with its pretty white flowers, is one of propagation. Many of these .. I district alone 17,770 acre are under

the commonest, and grows wild along plants do not produce seed after they Faithful Workmen Always Find! Em- cultivation, and while all will not bear

the Mediterranean. Petunia, another flower, unless an insect penetrates the ployment. cane this year, there will be sufficientto
botanical name, comes from Mexico. bloom and deposits the pollen on an- The following sentence, in a letter produce at least 14,000 tons. If
Cattleya of which there are more than While each seed vessel in
other flower. fiom a working man, published an the increase in Queensland continuesas

two thousand varieties, comes from has an immense amount of seed pro. Eastern. exchange, is pregnant with rapid in the future as in the past a
South America. Hydrangea is a as many as ten thousand each, truth : second Cuba or Java be expected.
native of Asia and Africa, but we scarcely one in a million is perfect -nd "My advice to all wage earners is Bradstreets. may

have a few growing wild in this coun- will reproduce, and even after growingthe to make themselves so thoroughly pro tHPaying -

try, a few being found on the Wisssa- plants will not bloom for twenty ficient in their respective positions that Interest.

hickon. Amaryllis are found prin- years. But they manage to get hold their employers cannot afford to dispense Frof. Dodge, statistician of the bureau -

cipally near the Cape of Good Hope, of an existence and thrive. The seeds with their services." tIn of agriculture, in his annual report -

where the soil is dry. Oleander is an of the orchid will u-.,t grow if it is in point of fact, a thoroughly profi- calls attention to the great bur-

old plant, or rather a new plant, the an exposed place, and will not flower cient and capable workman is alwaY8 den of usurious interest paid by the

one on exhibition having been founda unless it is exposed. Nature has or- in demand. Employers are lookingfor poorer planters of the South whose

quarter of a century ago ; but the dered that one is dependent on another, such men all the time, and when crops are mortgaged for supplies. The
oleander is centuries of years old. In in plant: life as well as anim .l 1 life. In they find one they will not lose him if loss in some States amounts to $5,000-

travelling through the world, it is important infancy, childhood, manhood, and old they can help it. First-class men are 000 per year, absorbing nearly all the

that the traveler know some- age, we are alike dependent. It is a never out :)f employment, except frum profits of production, while the soil is
thing of botany, that he may have a universal law of nature that we shall their own choice. Their work always wearing away with the lives of the

knowledge whether a plant is poisonous depend on one another. has been,and always will be, at a pre- i cultivators for the benefit of commercial
or inert. If he sees the rose plant, _... .- mium.-Rural Californian. class.

he knows that there is nothing poisonous A bird with very long piniojs,white >-*-< --- -
about it. The Cotton Seed Oil. Judge S. F. Marshall has gone to
cherry, apple, ap- iii color, and of eat strength, was
pricot, quince, pear, blackberry, straw- gi The consumption of cotton-seed oil Terre Haute, Indiana, for machinery
brought into the city yesterday, and to establish an extensive carriage factory -
berry, raspberry, and other fruits of has reached a surprising magnitude :
that class, all belong to the rose. The was pronounced an English falcon. within the past few years. It stands at Ocala. ;'


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t. For the FLORIDA POULTRY DISPATCH 11AIS1NG.: agant prices are paid for blooded or flocks of 10 each. They are not
tt, Poultry t I pedigreed stock, numbered and registered allowed any freedom until 6 or 8
Conditions of Success In Florida.<<
after the most approved Short- weeks old, but are confined in small
The editor
of the Chicago Poultry
FOWL HOUBK. horn and We should pens.
Jersey pattern.
Letter "it is believed that Lang- It
says occurs to me that it will puzzlethe
heed the admonition of the
A Good house for a Warm Climate. shans, Cochins or Brahmas will not do apiaristand average farmer to bring up 100

.The,: following is a very simple and well in Florida," and commends Leg- "go slow" in investing largely in chicks each season, and with all due

this mere fancy business, though respect to said farmer, I will say that
convenient house for the accommodation horns, Wyandottes, and Plymouth
there he hasn't studied the matter and don't
are dollars in it for those who
of about twenty fowls, which is as Rocks. Now will the editor please know how. This is not written in a

many as it'is profitable to keep in one inform us why the Langshans, Cochins understand humbug and how to util- boastful way ; for those who have

flock in this climate: and Brahmas will not do well here ize the idea that the "fools are not all made it a study of almost a life-time,

Size, six feet square. Height one and what test has ben applied to de- dead" yet. say it is not quite "as easy as fallingoff
raise from 100
to 500
a log" to
foot from floor to top of side, ends cut termine the question?
for half roof. Constructed # :jc As a branch of agricultural indus- chicks in a season. Still this one
pitch in
"Go slow is the admonition of the on the farm with house thing occurs : If they are crowded
try a good
seven pieces, namely, floor, two sides, they won't be raised, while if not

two ends, two pieces for roofs. Use Beekeeper's Journal to the inexperi- wife or boys and girls who enjoy being crowded, and aro well fed, the chancesare

light material, dry; cypress or yellow enced in entering largely upon bf>e- useful to a certain extent, nothing in greatly in their favor.

pine, in order that it may be handled keeping in Florida. This advice is the farm economy pays better or Many suppose that confinement is

easily by one person. Make the sides most eminently proper in regard to affords more enjoyment than ,the rais- detrimental greater mistake to fowls and chicks.made.No

and ends of slats not farther than two poultry raising here. Considering our ing of poultry of all varieties. But Fowls can be kept was in as ever good health

inches apart to keep out "varmints." exemption from cold and the many because a dozen or two or"hens may and greater productiveness when con-

The floor should be in one piece six apparent advantages of a warm overa be profitable, it does not necessarily fined than when free. Chicks shouldnot

six cold climate, a novice in the business follow that a hundred dozen will be be allowed to wander until old
smooth and
square, closely'
would in enough to come home, and then
naturally conclude that there remunerative proportion. In thisas
jointed to keep the droppings from
should not be allowed in the wet grass.
were few obstacles to success. But let in every other branch of productive -
falling through, and to facilitate their The best sleeping quarters for

removal. The roof should be watertight him venture largely in it and he finds industry, there is a limit to the chickens can be made by using board

Lay the floor on blocks stand- new and unforseen) difficulties which economy in production dependentupon floors, covered with dry earth, no

three from the require experience, care, discrimin- the adaptation, facilities and matter how dry and dusty the earth
ing feet ground next
becomes, keep it clean and the chicks
ation and patience to surmount. The capacity, as well as the circumstancesand
set on the sides and ends fasteningthem will not get lousy, if they are crowded.
affliction of"mites, cholera, sore head, situation.
at the four corners by bolts or -Racine Agriculturist.
Then the absence of gravel, the temptationto .....
pins. place the roof in position,
\ the trust the climate without protectionfrom Again referring to breeds, if you Cochins.
two pieces comprising the roof
should be constructed to give a rains and droughts, the disposition simply want eggs to sell by the dozenin Cochins have been known in this

pro. to house and restrain-all theories the market and chickens by num. country about forty years. They were
jection of six inches all)1 round. In :
the of end small have to be modified by the lessons of ber and not by weight, you would formerly called Shanghais. There are
one a
arrange take the Leghorns. If value a four varieties now among the breeders
door for 'entrance and exit. Oppositethis practical experience. By "going slow, you

t- door at the other end there shouldbe feeling the way, testing the elementsand good garden and want eggs mfor home -Black, White, Buff and Partridge.The .

door the whole conforming to climatic necessities; use or fowls to sell by weight, you Black Cochins are easily mistakenfor
,a running length of
and would take those of less wing and the Langshans, but one point of
the house and about one foot wide, by prudence, system, care atten-
tion, we believe that poultry raising more body, less ubiquitous and destructive difference that the Cochins have

opening upward on hinges ; from this may be made much more profitablehere and more domestic. Three yellow legs, while the legs of the Langs-
opening the dropping can easily be
of the Black hans are nearly black. Since their
drawn than at the North, and be pro- eggs Spanish give as
out with a hoe, falling into a
wheelbarrow tected with eminent success. much "meat" as four of the Leghorn, introduction the form of the Cochins

standing beneath. The and one carcass of the Cochin, Ply- have been greatly improved ; their
perches should be run across from
mouth Rock Brahma is legs are shorter and their bodies
side If we were to act upon the lessonsof or equal to
to The floor should be
our own experience and observa- two of the dove-winged Leghorn and wider. They are persistent sitters and
covered with sand or better still with
Black good mothers, and most excellent fowlsto
condensed tion, we should choose for breeds the
pulverized muck, which with the smaller and
cross more
will be a valuable addition to the fertilizer Black Spanish, Brahmas or Cochins, Whatever new branch of industryyou active breeds. A flock of Buff Cochin
and Rocks. For the
Plymouth mar-
obtained. From a house of this undertake in mated with brown
a new country or pullets a Leghorn
kind kets we should breed them to the
... insects are easily eradicated as it common stock, keeping hens of under new conditions, "go slow" and rooster will give a very valuable cross
can be taken apart if necessary. Port- pure make sure. which will show a beautiful and pleas-
stock for fanciers and stock breeders.
ab leu ess is another advantage, as it is 4 ing variety of shades.
We should have houses .
desirable to change the fowls about open, airy Roomy Quarters for Poultry.I -

from place to place, especially in sum- with tight roofs; plenty of freedom of have often brought up this sub- NOTES.

range during the day; clean, flat ject before, but among farmers gener- Scaly legs can be cured by using a
mer, giving them fresh earth in the I
perches, frequently washed with lime, ally there is a tendency toward giving mixture of one part sulphur and three
yard, and a new for feeding. little or'no
range attention to the
sulphur and kerosene nests in sand space parts olive oil. Apply to the legs.A .
Setting the house up off the ground ; allotted to the comfort of the poultry,

secures better ventilation for a houseof frequently changed and occasionallywet and I must again state that this mat few drops of carbolic acid drop-

with carbolic water; we should ter is of great importance. "Don'tcrowd" ped into the drinking water is good for
this size, renders work about the
feed twice a day at the same hour, should appear over the, en- chicken cholera. Try it. Tincture of
fowl house more convenient, animal each house in
ground feed, oatmeal, bran, ricemeal, trance to poultry char- iron is also good, given in drinkingwater.
depredations are more easily excluded, acters as bold as that famous inscription -

and .in a yard where there is no other occasionally mixed with chopped which Dante found over the door .

shelter, affords shade for the fowls. onion, cayenne pepper, and an occa- of Hades. Tell the farm boys to pound up all

The within seem rather sional infusion oi sulphur. In the Some days ago I had a talk with a : the broken dishes for the hens, and
space may
winter should feed ration of fancier of my own city on this point. I
we a dry parch the corn they feed them and
contracted but it will be found abund- He reported about 100 chicks on his ,

antly large as a roosting place for corn at night. With large stocks approved : place. His yard is about 25 by 50 they will give. them plenty of eggs in

twenty fowls, and in this climate nests, incubators would be profitableto feet, and is all the space his own fowlsuse. return.*

arrangements for feeding, etc., shouldnot hatching by hens, as the mites are He takes the chicks from the Ducks should be shut up at night.In .

be within the fowl house. such a common pest ,in all nests. hens as soon as hatched and places
._._.... them in brooders. When old enoughto this way you will save all their
The multiplication of poultry jour- prosper without heat he divides eggs but they will not lay so many if

nals i indicates a new "boom" for fancy We notice that fancy poultry has them into flocks ,of 20 each, until 6 kept confined in very close quartersall ..

poultry raising. taken a new boom lately, and extrav- weeks old, then subdivides them into the time. ,


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Swinney Shoulder. Two apples kept in a box with it, RECIPES.

Veterinary, Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: will keep (moderately rich) cake CALEDONIAN CREAM.- Two ounces
Let us sudivide this disease into moist for by renewing the
ap- of raspberry jam, or jelly two of red
SANDED s STOCK. three headings : ples when they become shrivelled.For currant jelly, two of sifted loaf sugar
-- What is it? a tempting, presentable dish of
Our Hawthorne the whites of two eggs put into a bowl,
Correspondent H Experi
cake for the table, have a variety of
and beaten with for three-
ence. Sweeny, otherwise known as Swin- a spoon
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH : i clean-cut, medium-sized slices, of different quarters of an hour. This makes a
Shoulder is caused the
ney by muscles -
I notice for shades of color, and laid on and is and
some one asking a cure very pretty cream, good
falling away from behind the without apparent order, and the effectis economical. I
for sanded horses and cattle. I have
scapula bone, and a little cavity being good. Dark fruit cake, angel cake,
found, I think, a sure cure for. it. I left and the skin drawn tight. yellow pound cake, and ladies' cake CUSTARD FOR CAKE.-One pint of

have succeeded well with it. Treatment make a fair combination.A rich new milk, one eger, one table-
How does it ?
: come dish of small cakes is often appe- spoonful of flour, one of corn starch.

Give a horse about one-third of a From overwork, in various many tizing, when the above kinds are not Flavor same as cake; sweeten to the

ways, chiefly from hauling and har cared for; such as maccaroons, kissea, taste. Boil until thick in a tin or
pound of salts in water, enough to earthen vessel in hot When
rowing. cakes, and sponge cakes, or set water.
dissolve it; drench each morningfor What is the best remedy ? ladies' fingers. nearly cool, spread on all of the cake
two three then t but one and the
to mornings; give put together same as
Diet the animal and apply Gomboult's Lemons for "itlliousneas.! "
one pint and half of unboiled linseedoil Caustic BalsamP. The lemon treatment of biliousness jelly soft icing.cake ; cover the soft layer" with

with the same quantity of good is quite fashionable at present. Most *
S.-I notice that in Hamilton
apple vinegar. It is best to let the people know the benefit of lemonade GELATINE PUDDINo.-Half a box

animal rest one day between the last county mules are said to be dying before breakfast, but few know that it of gelatine dissolved in a half pint of
from being '"Sanded." If the people is more than doubled by taking cold water. Beat the yolks of four
dose of salts and the oil. A friend of
there would like to have me come and another at night also. The way to eggs and three tablespoons of sugar,

mine had a three-year-old Jersey bull relieve their animals of this complaint, get the better of the bilious system, and turn into the gelatine and water.

that was badly sanded. It had caused I am at their service. without blue pills and other drugs, is Have ready a quart of boiling milk.
such an irritation in his bowels that to take the juice of one, two or three Pour the mixture into the milk and

he was in a constant strain-as one CECIL H. PLUMMER, lemons, as appetite craves, in as much stir it until it boils.
Veterinary Surgeon. iced water as makes it pleasant to
suffering with a severe attack of dys- BARLEY 'V ATER.-Wash break-
Orlando Fla, May 26,1886.Sanded drink without sugar, before going to a
entery. It had scoured him until he -.. ..--- bed. In the morning, on rising, at fast cupful of pearl barley twice, once

was very poor. I gave him the above Mules. least half an hour before breakfast, in cold and again in hot water, and
take the of lemon in throwaway the water ; then put the
with I the juice one a gob-
a slight change.
gave have known mules to discharge
let of water. People must not irritate barley into a covered quart jug with a
first two mornings one-quarter poundof quantities of sand, purely white, after the stomach by eating lemons clear, very thinly pared rind of lemon and a

salt with the salts, then the third being drenched with a large quantity, but diluted properly, so as not to irri. small piece of sugar; fill up the jug
dose of salts alone four days after I the throat and taken with boiling water ; let it stand till
; ([quart at a dose,) of warm lard ; and tate on an empty
gave the dose of oil and vinegar. I thoroughly rubbed with a round stiff stomach, the improvement is marked. cold, and pour off clear without strain-
ing it. To make thick barley the bar-
Mass. Plowman.
repeated it in a half dose. He is now pole under their belly, with a lifting -- ....- -- ley must be boiled.

well. The quantity can be regulatedto motion backwards, so as to break up Cementing Iron.

suit the size of the animal and severity the deposited sand and have it A correspondent of the English Mechanic RICE CREAM.-One cup of rice
gives the following recipe for boiled soft, but not to a paste. Two
of the
cure. from the bowels. More than
a peck cementing iron, which he claims he cups of milk, four eggs, a cup of sugar,
Yours truly, has been discharged by one animal. has tried with such effect as to resist vanilla extract, a cup of whippedcream.

W. S. IooRE. Hoping that this may save the life of : the blows of a sledge hammer: Take Make the eggs, milk and sugar

some poor mule or horse. F. equal parts of sulphur and white lend, into a custard, season with vanilla

Ilockledge, FJn.,June I, 188 with about a sixth of borax ; incorporate Scald( the milk first, pour this upon
Distemper the Doc.Editor ....-_ the three thoroughly. When aboutto the beaten eggs and sugar, and let it
I FLORIDA DISPATCH: For Hone Sparin. apply it wet it with strong sulphuric get almost cold before you beat in the

This disease is most common, and, Dissolve an ounce of salammoniacin acid and place a thin layer of it whipped cream. Set to form in a wet

next to rabies, the most difficult to a little water, then put it into a between the two pieces of iron and mould on ice. When you are ready

treat. It is supposed to have orig- quart of alcohol, and with this wash press them together. In five days it for it, turn out on a glass dish. Pass
will be all traces of the brandied peaches and light cake withit.
dry, cement
inated in France, and thence spread the spavin once a day by pouring a
having vanished, and the iron will .
into England about a century ago, little into the hand and rubbing
have the appearance of having been HORSE CAKES. havea
-Many people
from whence it was introduced into thoroughly. Continue until all is welded together.A .
for( cakes
peculiar fancy these plain ,
this country. Nearly every dog has used. Cure for Sore 4 Throat. eaten first in early childhood, hencewe

an attack at some period of his life Lampas. Everyone has a cure for sore throat, are glad to give a tried recipe for

the earlier, the better chance of recov- Lampas should never be treated by but simple remedies appear to be most them, such as can be made at home to
effectual. Salt and is used please the children, old and
ery. The superior breeds suffer most burning the swelled parts with a red- water by young.
many as a gargle, but a little alum Two quarts of flour one quart of molasses -
from this disease.
hot iron. Such a practice is brutal and honey dissolved in sage tea is bet- (not syrup), one cupful of sugar,

Symptoms are numerous : Sudden and injurious.1omestic. ter. An application of cloths wrung half a cupful ginger, four teaspoonfuls -

loss of spirit and activity, loss of ap- out of hot water and applied to the of soda, a cupful of sour cream,

petite, fever, dullness, weakness of the neck, changing as often as they beginto and a heaping tablespoonful of lard.

eyes, discharge from the eyes and ECOIl OTXt cool, has the most potency for removing Sift the flour first, and then sprinklethe
inflammation of anything thatwe ginger well through it ; add the
nose, cough short and husky, ears and ever tried. During the evening is sugar and molasses, putting in lastlythe

legs cold, shivering, sudden loss of A Pew Facts About Cake. usually the most convenient time for soda dissolved in the sour cream.

strength, especially of the hind quar- There is quite as good judgment required -i. applying this remedy. Of course you mubt have from the
to bake cake well. Have moderate .
ters which he after him tinner a cutter shaped like a horse, if
drags ; constant -
heat for ordinary cake, though Setting Colors. would have the delight of the
desire to evacuate the bowels but An will color silk you
sponge cake requires a quick oven, ox gall set any children perfect.
does not pass much. It may com- and cake containing molasses should cotton or woolen ; one teaspoonful of
have gall put into a gallon of warm wateris POTATOES WITH VERDI ICELLI. -
mence like a common cold, or after a one. Set a dish of waterin
been thrown into the water the oven with cake when baking, sufficient for the above purpose. Mash and whip potatoes light with
having and it seldom scorches. Closely watch Gall is also excellent for taking out butter and milk ; season with salt and

and not properly dried. the ovens, keeping the fire as even as spots from bombazine, and after being mould smoothly within a stone china

Remedy : Diet the animal. Give possible, by using the various drafts of washed in it they look about as goodas dish or a bake dish that has a silver

him only rice and porridge (oat-meal). the stove or range. Do not try to do new. It must be thoroughly stirred stand for the table. Wash over with

Do not give him meat Give him, other cooking meantime, for if this is into hot water, and not put upon the white of egg and strew with vermi-
cloth. It is used without After celli that has been broken small,
also and not "worth doing well, it is not worth soap.
internally, tincture aconite doing at all. being washed in it, cloth which you boiled a few minutes in hot water,

tincture nux vomica, five drops in When cold, put away cake in a tin want to clean should be washed in then spread out to drain in a sieve ;

alternation every three hours. *** box, closely covered. warm suds without using soap. brown in a quick oven.

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-: Corrections. why the richer, more beautifully and :. gress for a prohibitory tax of ten

.fhe JJlorida ispatch. Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: advantageously: located improved cents a pound on oleomargarine. For :
Please the
-- publish following correc-
lands of Middle Florida will not com- the life of us we cannot see why spe- J
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,JUNE 14,1886. tion of typographical errors in my article -
--- --- half the ob- should be invoked
mand at least one price legislation to I
A. H. MANVILLE, Editor. on strawberries in the DISPATCHof I
tained for the wild "barren ,sand" of: protect dairymen against bogus butter I
May 31. In the second line of-the
Fruit Exchange. East Florida? any more than any other class of pro-
second column for "the" read "they. ...
The Ocala Free Press denounces the ducers against adulterations and
In the 25th line of the same columnfor Industry Sure of Reward.
Fruit a fraud and evinces frauds. Why should not the
Exchange as
"144" read "444. In the 13th The Herald reports an interesting
which of and of the South de-
personal producers
a hostility savors line of the third column for "of" read instance of what may be accomplishedby syrup i
mand a tax on glucose and the
greviance., S4- "in," that is, it gives each row a wide diligence and industry unaided by
woolen manufacturers
Asparagus and Celery. space on one side in which to spreadout. capital. Here is a man, a native, un a tax on

A California farmer who has twelve W. O. STEELE. endowed by wealth or high education,, shoddy, as well as the dairymen a tax: I

Switzerland, Fla. I I on imitation butter? The fact is, we
acres in asparagus near Sacramento, who, by minding his own business j I

says his crop will bring him a net Farm Property Overtaxed. and using the natural powers which : regard this system of taxation on any

profit of $9,000. Asparagus and cel- Farm property, real and personal, God has given, achieving indepen- production of the country by the

is bearing more than its share of taxes, General Government as a violation of
ery are raised North and marketed dence from three-fourths of an acre of
though is taxed at a the constitutional of the
property rights people
here with great profit, where there is poor Florida sand, and setting an ex- ,
because it is
higher per cent., partly and the local
no section where both can be raised assessed lower and partly because it ample of manhood that should shame I an infringement upon
authorities. Instead of taxation
easier or to greater profit. helps pay for benefits enjoyed in the the idlers upon our streets who clamor to

N -.-.H- but in the No 'prevent fraud and protect monopolies
city not
country. one for less work and more pay, and spend i .
Nurserymen's Association. can believe that farm property really their earnings in saloons and de we would make adulteration and

We have received a circular of the constitutes seventy-two per cent. of the Mr. G. W. Barber fraud punishable as a felony, the sameas
bauchery. (
Association of grand total of taxable and says
American Nurserymen, property
forgery, conspiracy, or obtaining
all the other property, including rail- the Herald) from three-quarters of an
containing the and other under false Let
programme ways, shipping, wharves, storehouses, acre of ordinary pine land adjoiningthe property pretenses.
particulars concerning their Eleventh the citizen exercise his freedom
business blocks, city residences, manu- city, realized $454 in a single to
Annual Convention which will be held factories, mining property, merchan- produce anything whatever for whichhe
year, as follows : Watermelons $100,
in 'Washington City, in the Depart- dise, bonds and mortgages (which pre- can find market, but prohibit all
tend to be taxed in most States), equals green corn $38, cantaloupes $34,sugar
ments of the Agricultural Buildings, deception, fraud and adulteration by
only twenty eight per cent. By the cane $22, beans and squashes $1,
from the 16th to the 20th of this laws.
penal Oleomargarine no
census of 1880, pages 684-5, it is shown sweet potatoes $160. He has had no
month. For the above we are in- than bad butter it is
that farmers are now paying the taxes horse, hiring an animal for occasional worse ; a legiti-
debted to Mr. A. I. Bidwell, the well- three-fourths of the : is
un nearly property work, and bringing his produce to mate production, as glucose, or any
known Nurseryman of Orlando, whois taxed in the United States. This is other of the many results of scientific
of taxation and calls town in his arms. During leisure
Vice-Preaident of'the Association of an unjust system combination, and for Congress to leg-
for reform.Farm, and Live StocK hours he works in a shoe-shop at MeGinnis' -
Florida. We regret that other duties islate specially against it, while ad-
stable, and has used no fertilizer -
will our attending the Con the free manufacture of all
prevent mitting
The attention of the people and save that obtained from the
vention. sorts of adulterated food and other
their representatives should be directed stable.

j. Peace Creek. to the unequal burdens borne by articles of consumption, is a violationof

the farm and the Florida Newspapers.Palatka the first principles of republican
Representative Davidson secured an property, and Orlando can each boastof
appropriation of three thousand dol- the more active capital and lucra- government.
a daily paper that will compare favorably .......
lars for i'eace creek. For the work to tive business of the State, but, so far, '\
be done fifty cents would have been with the most ,sprightly and I Ventillation TIJ Refrigeration.
legislation has been in the direction of
just as useful.-Fort Ogden News. well conducted papers of the older Pancoast & Griffiths, fruit dealers ,
the incomes and
exempting revenuesof
The State, or the Board Internal and larger cities of the country. How of Philadelphia, are opposed to the

Improvement, years ago appropriatedlands professional and business callings, they are sustained by the property policy of shipping fruit in refrigerators -

l to a company to improve the and the burdens of government are holders and business men of these new and claim advantages for ventilla

navigation of Peace creek. Why was imposed upon the industry rather than cities, it is not for us to enquire, but tion and gives the following directions

it not done? And what is the matter the capital. certainly they deserve wider support to shippers of fruit :

.with Peace creek, that the inhabitantshave Jive Us the tteason. than is consistent with the ordinary "The fruit and package should be

not provided for its navigation, In noticing the sale of the Johnson habits of so limited communities. Theyare perfectly dry and cool when shipped ;

while the lands along its borders have plantation, near Monticello, at less models of modern progressive jour- the will shade do ; never temperature use ice; of ventillation the place is

commanded such fabulous prices?- than five dollars an acre, some time nalism, and we are glad to see the in- better than refrigeration. We are

ED. DISPATCH. ago, we asked why it was that such dependent spirit manifested in the Pa- pioneers of ventillation. We have

S4 lands so located and improved, did not latka News in exposing the chronic demonstrated that ventillation of natu-

Eucalyptus.A command a quarter of the price at official corruption through which the ral air \is more preserving to delicate
correspondent writes : "Euca- fruits and berries than the artificially
which much poorer, wild, unoccupiedlands people and property holders of Orangeand
low temperature of the confined and
lyptus trees survived exceptionallycold
in East and South Florida found
Putnam have so long been swin- air of
damp existing ice-box
any or
winter in England, and were in
ready sale. The Constitution answers: dled. This is the kind of civil service refrigerator system.

bloom in April at Hastings, which is The land referred to, consideringits reform the people want. "Turn the Pick and pack the fruit as above

in about the same latitude as New location, was sold at a distressinglow directed, in ventilated packages, and
rascals out, whatever be their
York. Should they not flourish at price, but the owner, we presume, may ship to us via all rail Fast Express

Jacksonville, or even farther North, if desired to make a start in influencing political creed. only; and the extra expense and
capitalists to invest in this county- The Fort Ogden News is anothernew smaller quantity will more than be
they will withstand the cold of England
and he secured We have for in the
a bargain. candidate for public favor in compensated better condi-
?" England has a much milder idea the land could be tion of the fruit
no same now South Florida, and we hope it on arrival and its
,climate than the same latitude in this purchased at less than ten dollars per may higher sale."
find sufficient enable it in
country. It would certainly seem, acr Nearly all the lands of this support to -...

however, that trees which would stand county are 'rich and productive, and the language of the Starke Telegraph, Fort Ogden News: Manatee county
be at low figures. to "be printed at home."
can now bought very
the. winter there would survive the .. offers more inducements to people seek-
the "boom" will soon strike here,however --- ------
homes than
cold of the severest winters in Florida. locate The Dairy Bill. ing any other portion 9f
and then parties desiring to
the State. Our lands
are cheap and
Can our correspondent inform us what will have to pay fair prices for We are in receipt of a pamphlet fertile climate
; our unsurpassed and
of he refers to and lands. Memorial of Joseph H. Real, Presi.
species eucalyptus the health of the county will compare

under what conditions they passed the But this don't answer the question.We dent of the American Agricultural favorably with any county in the

winter ? wish a solution of the problem, and Dairy Asseciation, asking Con State. .'

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Another Industry for Florida. If the profits shall be equal to the John C. Calhoun once pointed to a Write or telegraph iivioii.) il. Uuk,

,. Anything which will add to the val- labor required,here is something whichcan drove of mules just from Ohio, and the undertaker, for Marble, Iron Rail-

unable productions of a new country be carried on in the hous :hold, said to Tom Corwin : "There go some ing and all kinds of Cemetery Work.A .

and afford an income, however slight and which will keep the pot boiling full line of Wooden and Metallic
of constituents. "Yes said
to beginners, is of value, and informa- while an orange grove is bearing.- your Cases and Caskets always on hand.

tion concerning it will be interesting.A Sanford Journal. Tom, gravely, "they are going down All orders promptly attended to. 25

few days ago we were invited to .. .. South to teach school.] Laura St., Jacksonville, Fla.

look in upon the cocoonery of the The Free Pres says over one thou-
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Misses Fletcher at their residence, a sand packages of vegetables left Ocalaone
mile of Orlando. One of the sisters
west /nb1isirs lfJeparfme"f
day last week for Charleston by
last obtained from the
spring, Agricultural -
in the s ecial vegetable train to Palatka. .
Department, Washington,
half an ounce of silk worm eggs of the Also, that Marion\ county has more application.HATES OF ADVERTISING.On ,

yellow French variety. Utilizing a vegetable hammock land than any

spare room in the second story of the 01 h"r five counties in the State.: Guess Subscription $2.00 per annum,in advance.

house, she had prepared a rack with not! In clubs of six or more, 81.50 each. ,

screens for feeding trays, and the work
began At first appearance the worms To Subscribers.See
printed slip on your paper(or wrapper)
were no larger than pin points, and
Note date of the expiration of your subscription -
little food was required. A little hand- ]VIeteotlolo: ca1, and if in arrears please remit.

ful of mulberry leaves each morning I

constituted the day's rations. After --. Special to New Subscriber Type for Sale.
I New subscribers to the DISPATCH, will re-
five of existence the little fellows '
adI: :
days .Jaq'l'BalA :
hi U U s.
FLA JO ----- < ceive on application a colored map of Florid'. 800 pounds Long Primer, the type the DIs-
went through a moulting process, com 1886. Q'l'B19' 9 UJaAV I cs cj wwUW GOS3. free. Scale eighteen mile to th Inch. patch is printing from, is otlered for gale
ing out larger and with increased ap : -
In all moult five times z-------. cheap. Address
petites. they oM 1 PlwnII OOOOOOOwao'jojgcsjH oo SPECIAL CLUB RA7ES.
from the hatching to the final spin- 10 104 fo4:z U'BP' asal' I_ : : i I We club THE DISPATCH with any paperor c. w. DACOJTA.IDI .
< in the United Statesor
o periodical published
ning. In the last stage the worm attains e > Great Britain. Prices on application.

a length of two to two and a half M a .4c11o1aANMJOC1h I ,)b d. Remittances should be sent by Check,
cQ: "tj Money Order, Postal Note or Registered Let- I
inches and of wonderful ---
an appetite o ti ? ter, addressed to
calibre. The young lady who first JunEnding A 3 aollaalia: W_ GOS C. W. DaCOSTA, Publisher, !
went into the enterprise found the la- Ending EndingOF zz znw' < T 6fV1oII'JT' Fl.A.
bor of gather leaves, feeding and car- .I-- I 05O ----- & & & & & &
for them for her and -500'i-
too stflpajpunq
ing great OFFI OFFICE 81 I i/se: *
.:.: PUB' Haqouj: l UI( 1.-q' -t-88. ISj SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
very early in the scheme took one of O UBJUIBJ -U'Bf' -

her sisters as a partner. Later on the 3 e= SERV: -- -- *l-l M 5 Cow-Pea, Cow-Peas, Cow-Peas.

firm was merged into a stock company, I 'JlcQ[ I oooooooOOOoSooSoOTO. :. . 0.0.11Im Now is the time to plant in your
all of the members of the household SIGNALSERV a. uuaJ\T ; '-SdU85 5Highest r: groves. I have just received I,
-- --- ;
being embraced, and all finding an SIGNAL ooooooo.,. .00 Sfe 300 bushels "Clays." i P1i O V .i1.!;
forRepor WnWIUIJ'T'" ci ottt) :)wl: J
opportunity to make themselves.l use- .Q Eo4 ___ __ __ _r-i-ani-r-a- ; o'B. 300 bushels "Whippoonvills." :

ful. The tiny little box of eggs developed mtUlX'BJ\T'' I ooocooo'.r:oo3. *-: _0x*-.-tt 200 bushels "Red Rippers." i -
into thousand active a 55 ao 56 ss cc A "
twenty ; Wilson PlantsFOR
---------- --- ssg: 100 bushels "Blacks. : SlrawboITY
worms, and during the few days immediately I 80.06 "
.J<}'1aWOJ'BR yJ rea reaJVMjets. 100 bushels "White Crowders. !
preceding the spinning stage (I'Ba U'BaJ\r'G.olcoz"g Send for prices,

they required of a ration leaves of one hundred -I -... ... ... ... ... ... barometer.thermometer Barometer WILLIAM A. BOURS, SALE.
pounds mulberry per day. 20 West Bay Street,
eteorologica : : : : : : : ; Q
o Just what the financial results of I.: : ;t :t :t n- Highestbarometer.Highestthermometer Jacksonville, Fla.

the enterprise will be, it is yet too ear- }. ..,:.&OccStoo;..,. "-,- as ... NOTE.Barometer I 4I Price $2.5O& per 1000,
determine. The of the t( :Ij'" I
ly to spinning DATE ,. :
co 'tI2aS: d Q.I't Highest Highest:; } I Scott's Emulsion of Pure Cod Liver Oil,
cocoons has been in progress now for b as "' 'g: 'C'o: :s NOTE. with Hypophosphites, Delivered to the wharf.C. .
;:: .2 ::S .Q
several and of the
days, most worms tw ant.' f-i E-4 Almost a Speciffc for Consumption.
have wov their shrouds about them The thousands of testimonials we F. WINTON, }

and ceased to exist save in the crysalisstate. have received from sufferers who have East Mandarin.

The next work is the gatheringof ] been permanently cured by Scott's : -- -

the cocoons which are scattered all Emulsion satisfies us that it will cure Crab Orchard

about the attached to _-- -- in its and :
room. They are consumption early stages, WATER. ?
the angles of walls and ceiling, hid Fruit and Vegetable Market alleviate if not cure in its latter stages. *; tI*.p.cr-4

away under tables and racks, on bits TIIEUTVER. 0 C"... CD
of paper scattered about for them ; in JACKSONVILLE, Fla., June 11,1886.j Hetter Than Quinine. 4 THE STOMACH. 4 :rg.r3 w

fact, everywhere that a worm can i QUOTATIONS: M. M.\ Kcstersoii, D rsey county, THE DOWELS. ?m #: 3-

crawl in and about the room. When I I telegraph From advices from our received agents this in morning the leading by Ark., says : I can certify to the fact A POSITIVE CURE FOR ;S g"'O;;;.o.[:;:I

gathered the cocoons must next be I cities I deem it advisable to discontinue farther that Hughes' Tonic is the best chill :2 ".3ap0
steamed kill the and shipments of Cucumbers, as they will 3 CONSTIPATION, 3 =
to crysalis prevent not bring charges. tonic I ever tried. I consider it better SICKHEADACHEDOSE p..S'
it from cutting through the deli- Tomatoes also have declined and are now than ; n3A-.
quinine. !
at 50c to $1.50 ate. The .3 P tl4 tI a.
quoted per are expected :-One to two teaspoonfuls.Genuine 0. a.A
cate fibres of the silk. Then they must however, to improve. Prepared by R. Robinson & Co., CRAB ORCHARD SALTS in leatO oed
be dried when fit Potatoes, prime, are quoted $3.00 to Si.OO per packages at JO and:5ctl'. Xo gena ;w
they Louisville '
thoroughly are barrel, only prime potatoes, however, will wholesale druggists, Ky. nine Salts !sold in bulk. n .w..tI
for the market. bring these figures. Sold at retail by H. Robins & Co., S.Crab N. )JONES.Orchard Manager Water Louisville Co.. Proprs.x,. ;
The whole process from first to l last Florida Irish Potatoe prime, bbl. 3 00@i 00) Jacksonville. -
4' Tomatoes ..per crate. 50@1 50
is laborious, and the most vigilant care -A.- M. IVES -- --- - -- --

and attention are required. The worms Gen. Manager.FLORIDA V e : One of the Finest' Hotels

have many enemies. Mice\ ants, spiders @ d : :J-l1Lt.- in America.All .
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roaches will themif
etc., prey upon 261 BROADWAY NEW YORK,June 10, 1886.} modern Improvements and
allowed to do so, and it might occur QUOTATIONS. p. appliances have been placed in
the house, and no hotel in the
,that an hour's neglect woula undo the Floi.Ida Cucumbers, prime, per crt. 25@ 50 State is more handsomely fur-
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efforts of weeks. The climate of Flor- Tomatoes 75@1 25. ni"hed.

ida seems specially adapted to silk J. D. HASHAGEN Eastern Agent., Finest Resort in the South.

worm culture,and the mulberrytheirnatural k The Hotel contains 190 rooms,of
r fcp5rs S5x; which 110 are bed rooms the remainder
aud luxu- PHILADELPHIA,June 9, 1886. ; ;
food-grows easily ss S SfflKCDBSsnaFi "" ': are mostly public rooms
riantly wherever it has half a show, in Produce Reported Commission especially Merchants for us by EVANS,No.56 BROS.North. for house.the use of the guests of the

spite of the poor sandy land of Flor- Water Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Price Cur- +ae
rent subject to market fluctuations. ax &+ -m.rT Surf Bathing, Surf Fishing and
in ida. It would not be prudent, however Bicycle Hiding, on this noted
Fla.Tom .toes, extra..per crate 50@2 25
I to undertake the experiment of f fair . ... 00@175 "--- beautiful beach, are among the
Cabbage. _. ... .. .per bbl 25 50 leading all i actions.
silk culture without first planting a Squash. . ... ..perorate 50 75 -
good-sixed mulberry else the Cues .. -. . 75175 TERMS: Transient,per day, 83.00
New Potatoes, prime..per bbl :3; 50@4 00 e-Jr. ncf\f 6i'abloC l cach.nda.-
scarcity of food would defeat the en- 44 medium 3 00@3 50 Special rates by the Week and
culls.-.... 1502 00 rtAt1Af& n4bj/taa/ JadaonnBe to Families.THE .
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THE LIVER DYSPEPSIA ..:P 'r Ft j jR I BargaiusthReal

Secretes the b'iL and acts like a filter to Variable appetite; faint, gnawing feeling RAIL'VA I

cleanse in* 'ties of the blood. By irat pit of the stomach, heartburn, wind in theregularity _

'If its action or suspensions stomach,bad breath, bad taste in the mouth, WAYCROSS SHORT LINE.All .

of its fun&tbnc, the bile poisons the blood, low spirits, general prostration. There is $500 win buy a fine residence lot at
Tampa. Easy: !I te nw.SOOO
causing ndtce, sallow complexion, weak no form of disease more prevalent than Dyspepsia Trains of this Road are Run by Ceutia'. ((90th)

eyes, bilious diarrhcea, a languid, weary and it can in all cases be traced to Meridian Time than, which Jacksonville is 33 Minutes Time. !S''">*, r $ will buy 2w) acrrs high| roiling

feeling, and many other distressing sympan enfeebled or poisoned condition of the .nd adjoining the new town or

toms generally termed liver troubles. These blood. BULL'S SARSAPARILLA by cleansing TIME CARD IN EFFECT MAY 2, 18S6. Pemberton, junction of South Florida and
Florida :Southern\ Railroads and the Withla-
are relieved at once by the use of BULL'S and purifying the blood, tones up the diges- Passenger Trains will leave' and arrive daily, coochee River

SARSAPARILLA the great blood resolvent. tive organs, and relief is obtained at once. as follows:

DB.JOHN Btni..-I have been for a number DR.JOHN Btm..-T have no hesitation In saying NEW ORLEANS EXPKES; $1 I 00 will buy a residence lot In Oriole a
yearaseverelyatlllcted wlth .mcrcur' Jheadache that I believe your SARSAPARILLA to be the best Leave Jacksonville daily at...... .. 1:35 a m new Railroad town on S. F. R.R., in
und a dull,heavy pain in my liver. Three bottles medicine manufactured for the cure of Scrofulaof Arrive at Jacksonville daily at........ 7:3:: a m Hernaiulo eonnty. Easy terms: concession
than BULL'S all the SABSAPABILLA.others combined.gave mo more relief Syphilis and many other cutaneous and glandu. Leave Callahan daily at_................. S:18: a In to those who will build. Place rapidly Imi -
lar affections, used it With entire
having success
T. II. OWENS, Louisville,Ky. in numbers of the above cases. Arrive at Way cross daily at.. ....... H>::15 a m i Arrive Brunswick via B. & "* R. It... 1:50' () p m
DR. Jomr Buri.-I have examined the JAMES MOORE,Louisville, Ky.
for the preparation of DB.JOHN UCLJL'S prescription Arrive at Thomasville daily at......... 1o7: pill I $1 I I C\r\\ \ will buy a handsome lot in I'arkersburg.Mariunctmntyfaciiag -
SARSAPARILLA ana believe the combination to DR. Jons1 Butt-I procured one bottle of Arrive at Bainbridge daily at.:3: : p mrriveat : on Cooper .
bcc: excellenl one,and well calculated to pro- BULL'S SARSAPAHILLA for my eldest son. Among \ Chattahoochee daily at...... 4t-4:\- p m I ark. Send for colored map. Property ofiy .
duff ...1 alterative Impression! on the system.; I the remedies and various prescriptions that he Arrive at Pensacola via L. & N. R. Rlt: p in ere.1 v.- cheap.
hs' : used it both in public and private practice has tried for weak. : lungs and chest,this one bottle Arrive at Mobile via L.&N. R. R....... 2'30 a m
been of nv benefit to him than all. It has
auw think it the best article Sarsaparilla iu use.has
It. PYLES,M. D., Louisville. Ky., cured me of I\ :.as well. Arrive atNew Orleans via L.&N. R.R ;:21> n m will buy a Iltrge building lot in
.Fhya....t Lou. Marine llosp. J.. 4ires..McGEE,Horse Cave,Ky. Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville $ I50 Windsor, Alachua county, a flour-
and New Orleans via Pensacola, and hH.ln place.

THE Mobile.

KIDNEYS SCROFULA FAST MAIL. will buy 10(<) acres land adjoining
BLOOD Leave Jacksonville dally at............_ -.01,) p m $5000 Windsor.!; Easy terms. Only
Are the great secretory organs of Is a peculiar morbid condition of Arrive at Jacksonville daily at.........12:00 m $.jll(} ) ash required balance on long time tosuit
the body.r Into and through tho IS the system, caused directly by Leave Callahan daily at...................... 2:45: : pm purchnser.!
ewastefluidsconTHE LIFE. Leave Chattahoochee at..I 11:30: am
({ in the blood
: ; impurities or by Leave Thomasville at........................ 1:40 p m
tWJingpoitr:11X: 'c. ,atter taken i i ,n the systhe lack of sufficent nourishment furnished Arrive at Waycross daily at............. 4:40: p m $250 will buy a well located lot of 10

tern. If the "'kxtyc do not act properly this to the system through the blood, usualmatter !/ Arrive Jesup daily at........ ............. 0:15: pni acres. at Oolole; laud ah high and
Arrive Hrunswick via E. T. V. & G... fr:35: p m dry ; originally !selected for orange culture.ong .
is linedand poisons the blood, affecting lie glands, often resufti"j in I ; terms of credit only$2:)cash required,
.\rriveatSavannahdallyat....._....... 7:58 p ui
causing,. JQtijeaknesspaininthesmall swellings, enlarged joints, abscesses tnreof i Arrive at Charleston dally at............. 1:25: a mVrrive auti an equal amount per annum tins the interest -
back and",Ji'uc, flushes of neat,chills, with eyes, blotchy eruptions on the face or leek. at Washington, D.C.,daily atll:00 p m on deferred payments. The easiest
disordered' stomch: and bowels. BULL'S Erysipelas is akin to it and is often mistaken Arrive BaitLI-ore.................................12H; a m terms offered on high dry lands in }Florida.
Arrive Philadelphia............................ 3:15 a m Enquire for particulars.
SARSAljJ; _LA acts as a diuretic on the for Scrofula as it comes from thesamo cause, Arrive at .Tsv 1 ork daily at..........._.. 6:50: a 111 will buy a tine 10-acre lot close by
Kidney aid; bowels, and directly on the impure blood. BULL'S SARSAPARILLA by Pullman Buffet Carts to and from Jackson- $450 station atCandler, Marion county.

blood (tom r f'C/, causing the great orpurifying the blood and toning up the system ville and New York. Very prosperous place; good lands.

of MO tody to resume their natural forces the from the blood and EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS. ,
gans n will buy a choice 5-acre) lot at Can-
functions, antS health is at once restored. cleanses tie system through the regular Leave Jacksonville daily at............... 4:30:: p m $2 5 dler, close by the station.
Arrive Jacksonville daily at...........11:30)a m
DB.JOHN Buri..-Ihave nsM BFLL'S SARSAPABXLL& channels. r Leave Callahan daily at.....................- 5:14: p m $400 will buy a 4(>-acre tract of high roll-
for rheumatism and kidney trouble, and DR. JOHN BnLi..-It Is my opinion that your! Arrive at Callahan..............................10:46 am i..g pine land lying a little off from
my son has taken it for asthma and geueraldepreparation of SARSAPARILLA Is decidedly Leave Waycross.................................. 7:30pm:; tbe s. H.,O. A G. R. It. in Marion county. Satisfactory -
bility. It baa given ua both great relief. perior to any other now in use, and I will su-t Arrive at Waycross daily at............... 8:25a: m I terms to buyers.
Yours truly, great pleasure in recommending it for the cure Leave Gainesville daily at.................. 3:50 p m i
THOS.n. BENTLEY,Rossville.Ill. Scrofula and all diseases! of the blood and kidney 1.iBULL'S i Leave at Lake City_..... ......... ........... 3:45 pm $520 will buy a beautifully located
B. B. ALLEN M. D.,Bradford,tfy.; .. .......... whole block of lots In Parkersburg.Money .
SARSAPARILLA. Leave Live Oak daily at........ 7:10 pin
:PRINCIPAL OFFICE: t Leave Thomasville daily at.............-.11:15: p m in it for the right man. Over :8U0?< lots

I BULL'S WORM bESTROY?. 831 West Main Street, Louisville, Ky.SI.OO I Arrive at Albany daily at._.............-. 1:30: a in now sold.
I BULL'S SMITH'S TONIC SYWUP. A BOTTLE. : Arrive Montgomery via Central R. R. 8:00 a m $150 will buy l 1C acres good orange land

I THE POPULAR REMEDIES OF THE DAY. Arrive Mobile via L. & N. R. R......... 2:10 p m HtlJolnln Parkersburg.
For Sale by all Druggists. ; Arrive New Orleans \la L. & N. R.R. 7:30: p m will buy SO acres high rolling
Arrive Nashville via L. & N. It. It... ';:IU a m n500 land adjoining Floral City, in

r.. E P TBIE.: : :BLOOD PUB.E. !. Arrive Louisville_via_ L._ & :N. It._ R.h.... 2:2-n:.__ a in Heruando county. Money In It for subdivision -
T-. Arrive Cincinnati via L. & N. It. R.. ti:.);> a m into lots. Terms to suit.

Arrive St. Louis................................... 7:40 a m
L, MORETON MURRAY, I '\. UARLF..81'lcNARNotary ISSIl\Il\.1EE Pullman Bullet cars to and from Jac son- $800 will buy acres good high rolling
Public. Justice of the Peac ville and St. Louis, via Thomasville, Albany, pine land north of Couper 11'.8.

MURRAY & McNARY. Real Estate Agency.Healthy Montgomery and Nashville. R'y in Hernando county. Good.neighbor
EAST COAST LANDS Jacksonville.............................. 9:30: p m I $600 will buy Front land at Oriole
Lands: ] Low Prices Arrive Jacksonville............................. 8:05am With Lake
"Halifax River,"Volusla County Fla. Leave Callahan....................................10:20 p m will buy a handsome 80 acre tract
All kinds of Grove Lands, splendid BullIng I KIssimmee offers the best chances for settlers Arrive Waycross.................................12:31: a m $1 1000 southwest of Oriole, close by improvements -
In Florida. It is the district.
Arrive Albany via B. & W. R. R........ 5:30; ( a in
Lots on and near River. Address, wit ; commanding building ; fine
all who know the S ate testify. There is Big
at Ormond. Vnlusla County! Fla.deo84y' I Arrive Macon via Central R. R.......... 9:40 a m land.
Money for investors in Town Lots.
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Arrive Atlanta via Central R.. l 1:35: p m

High Pine and Hammock LandsAt Arrive J esup......................................... 2:15: a m $1200 dry will,adjoin buy 40 I ng acres town land plat, high oC Oriole.A and.
Arrive Brunswick via E. T. V. & G.... 6:00: a in
reasonable prices. Arrive Macon via E.T. V. & G. R. R- 8:30: ( a m fortune for some one by tmb-t1lvldlng into
FLORIDA. lots.
Arrive Atlanta via E. T. V. fc O. R.R.12:05 m building
Also good land for Truck Farming. A few Arrive Cincinnati via C. S. R. R........ 6:50: ) a m $600 will buy 10 acres of land adjoining
FERTILIZER COMPANY small Bearing Groves on tracts of trom .
Pullman Buffet Cars and Mann Boudoir preceding.
Twenty to Eighty at low prices.
acres, very
E. T. PAINE, Prest,; .,.41. East Bay St. These good, Groves start. are easily enlarged solicited., and afforda via Cars Waycross via Waycross, Jesup, Albany and and Macon Macon; between; and $ i I J-\J\J o c p| the will Company's buy 80 acres lands land at adjoining Pemberton -
Florida Orange Food, $2-3 per ton. Jacksonville and Cincinnati. Also, Through which they have laid out in building lots.
nO*'VELL &: If OSE. Passenger Coaches between Jacksonville and River front. A bargain.
Florida Vegetable Foods $28 per ton. via and Jacksonvilleand
KIssimmee, Orange Co., Fla. Chattanooga, Albany; n PlflO will buy 120 acres tine land be-
This Fertilizer has been thoroughly tested Cincinnati, via Jesup. $ UUU t\een Dade City and Tucker- .

for the past six years on Orange Groves in SAVANNAH EXPRESS. town in Hernando county.
OTS SIZE 40x400 FEET $4. Leave Jacksonville............................. 9:30 p m
Florida and has given entire satisfaction. Arrive Jacksonville......... .................. 8:05: a m $400 will buy 40 acres splendid high
Send for Circulars and Certificates. Lakeview on Kingsley Lake i n Leave Callahan ..............................10:20 p m land, two miles from Brooksville.
.0.- iO;; buys 5-acre F I R I DA Arrive Callahan................................... 7:05 a m $800 will buy a young orange grove,265
tract for "** Leave Gainesville at........................... :3:50' ') pin trees, some beginning to bear;
COW PEAS. l\.n OItAI'JGE GIlOVE. Arrive Gainesville ............................. 9:3 a m grove in fine condition; Clay county, flue
Send 2 cent stomp for Map*;etc., to Leave Lake City ..._........................... :3:I;5 p m neighborhood; quarter mile from KingsleyLake.
300 bushels Red Rover, Clay Whippoorwill TROPICAL LAND CO.. Arrive Lake City................................IOI:'-O a m .
IP. O. lloxT 158 Jacksonville Fla. Leave Live Oak at.. ........................... 7:10: p m nnn will buy 16 acres high pine land
and White Peas for sale. Arrive aLive Oak dally at............... 6:15: a m I $ \JU\J in Hernando county; place has

E. T. PAINE, Prest.' REFER TO I Ex-Gov. Geo. F. Drew, Arrive Thomasville............................. 7:50) a m j several hundred dollars worth of Improve-
Jacksonville Rev. C. Arrive Albany....................................11:50 a m ments on it, including house; Railroad survey
f McLean, St. Augustine. Arrive Montgomery via Cen. R. R.... 7:23: : p m runs thiough place.

nov9-iy Arrive SKShvllle via L. & N. It. IL... 7:10: a in will buy 810 acres finely located
-- CANCERS !TUMORSo& ULCERS > -- Arrive Louisville via L. & N. R. R. 2:2' p m $5000 land In lIernaudo county. Will
the knife or Arrive <'incinnati' via L. & N. R. R.. 6.35' p m sell all part.HOMES.
loss of blood. Vastly superior to all other methods. Hundredsof J. E. M'CINNISS, Arrive coat. Louis via L. & N. R. R...... &Ui>) p m or

cases cured. tf-Descriptive pamphlet sent free. Address Arrive Waycross! ................ .............12:35 m
DR.ILGREENE E, tlfc PeaclitreeU.' Atlanta Ga.
> Room No. 10 Bostwick's Block
Name this Up Stairs Room S. Arrive Brunswick via BV.: R. R.- 7:40a m
-- paper. -- - -- Arrive J esup........................................ 3:13 a m
Jacksonville, Florida, Arrive savannah................................ 6:15am IN FLORIDA !
HIRES' IMPROVED ROOT BEER. Arrive Charleston.........._............._..1235 p m
packages 25 cts. Makes 4 gallonsof Arrive v\ashington_...........................lO:3u am -
a delicious, sparkling: and wholesome! bev- REAL ESTATEand Arrive New York....................?........... 5:30::: p m Oriole, Ilernandlo County.
erage. Sold by all druggists, or sent by mall Pullman Palace Cars between Jacksonville .
on receipt of 2a cen Is. C. E. li I R <;S, : and Bold. and Tampa. Send stamp for colored Map of Oriole and
48 N. Delaware A,.e.. Philadelphia, Pa. Pullman Buffet Cars between Jacksonville' information how to get a home in Florida,
and Washington. close by Railroad In active operation. Splendid -
Houses for Rent In desirable portions of the Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail orange lands. Large number of new

THRESHING city. .City property handled and And Steamship: connections, and baggage groves already begun. Purchasers rapidly
A SPECIALTY.I returns made promptly. checked through. Alo, sleeping Car berths coming in from all over the Union. Attractive '
and sections secured at the Company's Office but little cash required. -
Simplest, Most Durable Economical, and Perfectin plan of purchase;
use-traetes no grain;cleans ready for market. Conveyancing done carefully and at short Astor's Building streetand at Passenger Bargains ottered.
and HORSE notice Station, and on board People's Line
THRESHING ENGINES .W strainers H. B. Plant and Chattahoochee and W. B. CLARKSON
Corrpi>_>ndence. Kollci'eti. det'NimOPIUM : : Da Bary-Baya Line steamer City of Jackson ,
Saw Mills. and Standard Imllt-meuta'gen-

erally. Send for Illustrated catalogue.A. I andWIIISKY at home without HABITS pain. cured Book ville. JAS. L. TAYLOR, Office : 72J! W. Bay St., up stairs, :

B. FARQUHAR particulars Rent Free. General Passenger Agent. Jacksonville Fla.
PeaDQbaala AgrlcBUnral Works. YORK P*. ? _B. M. W UULLEY,IL D..JLtlacU.00. ft. G. FLEMING, Superintendent. ."

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f h ." NURSERIES, SEEDS, ETC. .Notice to Shipper is of Or.'IIJe

Val rico Nurseries
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bO"- Catalogue Free. [E. THE special attention of Shippers is called to the EW SCHEDULE arrangements ot
t S oj these old established Railroads through Georgia, in co: section with the Cincinnati Southern
F and Nashville Chattanooga and St. LouIs Hallways t' Western Points. Inquiry into the
j 8 g merits of the roads that constitute this line, will sat! ,fy Shippers; as to their reputation for
Sejfner Hillsborough Co. Fla.MANVILLE reliable Train movement. These roads are long establ .ihed,and their Schedules not experi-
'' ments. Just claims promptly paid. Any information regard to the Line cheerfully given.
j We give below figures that will show the best possibl TIME between Jacksonville and Cin
cinnati,and all points West:
NURSERY Co. \ Shippers desiring to take advantage of these routes rill give explicit directions, and see
,, I. that their Bills of Lading or Railroad Receipts, read w Savannah and Central Railroad of


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-" Leave Jacksonville...................................((8. F. &: W. R! ............._.................................. 6.-00 pm
.. Leave Gainesville......................................( ...... .._......................... .......... 2:00 pm
..'. ., .", Leave Savannah............................................................... ... ........................................... 3:40 pm
Orange. Trees for Planting during the Rainy Mouths Leave Macon...................... ..................-.......................... .........._.. .........?...................... 2:38: am
'S Leave Atlanta................................................................... .............................._............... 9:35am
of June and Leave Boyce....................................................................... ....................-...........................' 8:20 pm
July. Arrive Cincinnati............................................................ .................................................. 5:00 am
Leave Chattanooga.....................................................-... ................................................10:20 pm
Address Leave Nashville. ............................................................ .......................... ..................-... 5:15 pm
'. Arrive Louisville I .................... .......................................... ....... ................. ........................ 6:00 am
;;":4' W. H. LUCAS, Agent, G. A. WHITEHEAD, G. F. A.,
'" F. S. CONE Jacksonville. Fla. Savannah, Ga.
W. F. RHRLIM A N. Traffic Manager,
.. Manager.' Q.v"nt1Ah, na.



With descriptions of Palatka ana All LamlinRs

Fruit Trees, Plants, Vines, Berries, Open Trees, Grasses, etc., etc. ON

> Together with full descriptions of all the Student of the Royal Veterinary College of UPPER ST. JOHN'S RIVER ,

Also Price List. Send for Catalogue to
I Will answerall! communications through let- : Key West Havana and New Orleans.
: W. i3A'WKINs: & SON 7 Props.7 ters and telegrams. !


GEORGETOWN NURSERIES. j Office In Drlando, Fla., at
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Reed & Foster's Stables.CURED .


Budded from tried and approved varieties, and on good healthy stocks. a ASTHMA 1 SISGLE TRILL convinces Steamers H. B. PLANT, of the People' ..
Also, JAPAN PERSIMMONS, LnCONTE PKAUS, GRAPES, and a general lint the most skeptical] De Bary-Baya Merchants' Line, will run HP _
Fruit Trees suitable to Florida. Address, (GERMAN ASTHMA CURE 1tge follows: Leaving the DeBary-Baya Line
A.E3RON: =::: WARR., OeorgretosxrruFRUIT Flav I most violent attack; insures comfortable Bleep;! Wharf at foot of Laura street:
)May 1R'RR t.I effects cures where all other remedies fail Leave Savannah, Florida and Western
----- -------- I No waiting for results. Its action is] Railway wharf, Jacksonville,
Immediate, direct and certain, and nj daily,on arrival of Fast Mail train..
TREES VINES AND PLANTSADAPTED curds effected all CURABLE CASES Leave Jacksonville............................. :'i b)0) p m
1"It permanently cared me. Refer. to me at any time.,J/inn.1" I Iffon. Leave Green Cove Spring................... 5:10 p m
; I"I am entirely restored to health B. Lott.by German St.Paul Asthma! Leave Tocol..,....................................... (II:15 p m
Cure." Tltot.t'ttton.Hamilton Olio. Leave Palatka..............................?....... 8MO pin
TO THE CLIMATE OF FLORIDA, INCLUDING "German Asthma Cure It all yon claim for it. It DeTer Leave Welaka.............?....................-.10:50 p m
i faUf." Prof.B. Ton fingerlin, Greenville,S. C.I Leave Astor.............. .......................... 2:00am
,,The: orange anal J.ern: .OD. 9tr cured physician me." recommende Xn.M L. d Tetrick German,Londonderry.Asthma Cure.Old.It.] Leave DeLand Landing...............?._ 4:15 a m
hoiuaBdi of Imllar Letter OB file. Ask any drvnlst] Leave Blue Springs. ..........._............_ 5.00 a m
about It. I Arrive Sanford South Florida Rail-
., in variety, other Citrus Fruits, Peen-To ami Honey Peaches, LeConte anti {German Asthma Cure IB Fold by all drug.] road wharf...... ?......................_......... 7:00 a m
IjrfBta at 50c.and=S1,or sent by mail on receipt Arrive Sanford, City wharf................. 7:10( a in
Keller Pears, Japan Plums, Japan Persimmons, Figs, Guavas, Grapes, etc. lof Istamp.price.It.Trial cnIFFl1AN.lI.U.packaro free to.any P t.Pau1.Ulna.address! for! Arrive EnterprIse..............?................ 8:10 a m
Leave Enterprise............._................. 8:30: a m

Leave Sanford,City wharf.................. 5:50 p ni
Orders from East Florida shipped from our Nurseries on Drayton Leave Sanford,South Florida wharf 7:00 p m ___

Island St. Johns River. )f Leave Blue Springs.............................. 8:50 p m
Leave DeLand Landing............._...... 9:25' p m
Leave Astor..........................................11:25 p m
A. H. MANVILLE & CO. Leave Welaka.......................*.............. 2:15am
.. A FRIEND IN NEED.Dr. Leave Palatka.................. ................... 4:30: am
t aug24-ly Lakeland, Polk County) Fla. Leave Tocol........................ ................. 6:30 a ntLeave
Sweet'sINFALLIBLE Green Cove Spring.................... 7:15 a m
---- I LINIMENT Arrive Jacksonville.....__.....-........... 9:15' a m
Connecting at Tocol with St.: Johns Railroad -
Prepared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen at Palatka with Florida Southern
: ASHLEY PHOSPHATE COMPANY sweetiof Connecticut, the natural Bone Set Railway; at Astor with St. John's and
been used for more than 50 years, Lake Enstis Railway at DeLand Landing
and Is the best known remedy for Rheumatism with DeLand and St.Johns Railroad; at En-
S. C.
CHARLESTON, ,Neuralgia,Sprains,Bruises,Cuts,Burns, terprise with A. C.,St. J. &: I. It. Railroad for
wounds and all external Injuries. Titusville; at Sanford with steamers for 'Indian -
Athely Soluble Guano, a complete high grade Fertilizer. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS-TRF IT, River, and with trains of the South
Ashley Cotton and Corn Compound, a complete fertilizer for thee two crops, Florida Railroad for Tampa; at Tampa with
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the steamer Margaret of the People s Line
and also used by the truckers near Charleston for vegetables. -- ORGANS for points on Tampa Bay and Manatee River;

Ashley Asli Element,,a cheap and excellent fertilizer for orange trees, bananas, etc PIANOS& also connecting with I steamship Monday ,
for Key West and Havana and
'' every
;, ;, 01 all makes direct to c isto-
QAMl'iley' DU olved Bones. Ashley Acid Phosphate. a mers from headquarters at Thursday,arriving at Key West Tuesday and

... Pure Ground Raw Bone; Pure Ground Fish, Nitrate of Soda Sulphate Ammonia, J KalnltMuriate guaranteed.wholesale prices.No money All goods asked Friday!,and Havana on Wednesday and :Saturday : -

Potash, Cotton Seed Meal etc. till Instruments are received! Returning steamship leaves H-tvana on

For Almanacs and Hand Books, Agricultural Primers, and good articles on Peas, Kalnll before purchaslnp. An and investment fully tested.of }5 cents Write may us Wednesday and Sa unlit)', Key West Wednes-
from 850.00 to 810O.OO. Address day and Saturday,arriving at Tampa Thursday -
; Floats etc. address save you
and Sunday.
Nashville Tenm
Wkolualc Distributing Jcp'tfor the Bovtlu A freight steamer of the People's or De Bary-
THE ASIIMJY PHOSPHATE COMPANY, Baya Merchants' Line, leaves Jacksonville
dally,at 6 p. m. Returning leaves Sanford
Cbarlesto n,8.C. daily,at 9 a. m.
For further particulars Inquire ol j

: JNO. BRADLEY, Chief Clerk. ,11
SUBSCRIBE FOR TIlE 31 WhltaKer St.,Savannah, Ga. Office, Waycross Steamboat Wharf.Jacksonville .
Fla. .i/
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; FLORIDA DISPATCH NEW HOME: and other Machines, attach. General Traffic Agent,Astor Building "
: : ments and parts for all machines, Oils,Nee- C. D. OWENS,Traffic Manager,
dles eta Also Pianos, Organs and VaporCook Savannah ,
Stoves, just the thing for summer use. I H.8. HAINES. Gen'l Manager. i1J
} C>n.1y $2 per wear. Send for catalogue. Savannah,Gt*.
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Unrivaled. Ferrtilizer for Orange Trees. 59 and 61 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida. DEER ISLAND
Special to Orange Grower: WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

The price of Calcined Humus Is$20 per ton
delivered at your nearest depot; but to meet Books, Stationery, Newspapers, Periodicals and
the emergency of tbe p'esent season! VKRY;
LIB KRAI,TERMS will be cheerfully given. Correspondence Music, Games, Dolls, Toys and Fancy Goods,
Address respectfully W.solicited.W. HICKS, Base-Ball Goods, Croquet and Out-door ,

Fort.Mason, Fla.
Amusements.Moore's Pot Grown Semi-Tropical Fruit

A. E. DROUGHT, P. H. SKELDING, Orange Culture, Rev. Ed .. .. . .. .. . .. .. .... .... ... ... .. . .$1.00 and Ornamental Tree! ,
President. Cashier. Oemler's Truck Farming In the South . . . . . . . ... ... .. .. . .. 1.50
Whltner's Garden'ng' in Florida . .. .. . . .... . .. . ............ .... .. 1'50 Plants and Vines.
KISSIMMEE CITY BANK, McClellan's Digest laws of Florida . .. . . . .. .... ..... . . 4.00 No Loss in Transplanting.
I have all. the :Maps. Books, etc., on Florida that are published.( Complete lists on applica
ORANGE COUNTY, FLA. tion. Legal Blanks of every description.. Catalogue and Price List Free, on application -

HORACE DKEW. to the Manager. AddressA.

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Transacts a general Banking business. THE HARTLEY CHAIR CO. CHICAGO nov29-ly Oakland, Orange Co., Fla.


Buys and sells Exchange. Letters of Credit .
cashed. I| MANUFACTURE theBI.iT Nnrsorios of Lake Woir Go.

In all the chief towns I
Has correspondents
$ Lounges in the World.
of Florida, also Seaboard National Bank and 100,000 Orange and Lemon Trees. .
They have all the different
Messrs. C. M. Whitney & Co., New York. -
In Great Britain: The Bank of Ireland Reclining Positions! Our trees are very thrifty, three and four
Royal Bank of Scotland, Bank of British ti and can be rigidly fastened "' year old stock,%to 1/ Inch diameter, with
North America and Melville, Evans & Co., Q. '' at any angle,a feature one year old buds. Nurseries easily acces-
jondon.[ foundonlyintheirgoods. '.'Die to Florida Southern Railroad. Send for
I Er catalogues.: AddressE.
They durable simple
A. N. OOORIIVS & BRO. with a variety of designs dec2My B.South FOSTER Lake, Manager Weir, Fla.

INVALID and prices to suit.

If you want a COMFORTABLE
t '1 CHAIR. and ELEGANT piece 6L J. BEACH & SON
y? of FURNITURE, see them r'
; eI } .w iw I forebu)'ing. +" NULL L1I.YM EN.
They also make Physicians' ,
Chairs and Reclining Our stock of Fruit Trees is large and flue,
Rockers. and in good order. New Fruits,among which
ire the White Adriatic Fig, San Pedro and
White Genoa.
Cataloue free. AddressA.

sep28-l, Palatka, Fta. '

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.JACKSONVILLE, - FLORIDA Thin iu! the record of a practical Indiana Sawyer with the King of

Saws, made from our Special English Tool Steel, capable of holding an .$.. ..f. .t. .:. .4 .:. -.,
edge longer tban any:: other saw: made. We challenge the world to equal It. A ...T ;"
Gnniimlthlne' done In all Its branches. >-0 >-< >-4 I1T
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extra thin back. Any one sending this card with an order for a Saw of any length will be canes M ?-- > '011 "'
with one: of our Celebrated Criterion Saw Sets. We take this method of introducing these sets presented to :_.!: -._ _",
users of Baws. E. C. ATKINS & CO., SOLE: MAKERS OF SilVER STEEL DI tho '
FancyJ.HlHj Poultry. Toe I the best general wire fence In It
BAND 1st sarong: net-work without barbs. Don't
ill IS. IND.
Injure: stock. It will turn clops, pigs sheep and
ALBElt P FIleIE' II. Du.dley Coleman, Agent, Now Orleans.1u poultry, as well as horses and cattle. The best
fence for Farms Gardens, Stock Ranges and Rail
ST. NICHOLAS, FLA., -. -- ---- roads. Very neat pretty styles for Lawns. Parks
Keeps twenty varletle of pure bred Fowls j y> v- School-lots and Cemeteries. Covered with rustproof -
paint or made of galvanized wire as prefa."l'CCL -
Egg for Hatching $2 per Dozen. (S;; It wlllla.'It r lire-time. It Is better than
Has Just received a tine selection from th "'" S; '< 03 boards or barbed wire in every respect. The
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n Sedjfwick Gates made of wrougbt-f pipe and
best Poultry Yards In this country.GHltLSiFEVlR.
K stsel all
"" '0 o_ LI defy competition In lightness neatness
---- ,, 0'(1)z COCO ,strength and durability. We make tbe best,
;; -ablestworklnjnl2-lronantomatlo;
o trj C tsf self-ot L.-.11: gate, and tbe neatest cheap
j; ': 9 Iron:; 1 fences now mnde. The best Wire
;: O =- Stretchers,Duttiner Pliercund Post Angers.
For pricks gnu particulars ask Hardware Dealers
p 0 o. address mentioning paper

.CtOlOYJ $% \- ......,. (;!) 00O e: .,....,. f o SfUC'N.--K: : UU03.,, Richmond, Ind.

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United States forThree Monthson
( % Ui receipt of CPI I IdO One Dollar. Liberal
I M : discount allowed to Postmasters Agents and

( G.ir i o!t O co5'c. ::: Qz Clubs.The POLICE MAILED OAZETTZ:
d PH LI of New York is the OXLY legitimate -
3 0 C:; ..., lUu traced Sporting$ and Sensational
'I.- rM Journal published the American

1KtCHAMfIO r -J g O) continent. Apply for terms to FREE I \
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. gg : -c Richard K. Fox, Franklin Square, New York.

Read this Testimony then TRY -, > 3 o aC : r: .., -

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| Proprietors have / 5? 3 'jNGSend
many letters like these: 2 Cb2 tn _.


Mr. M. M. Kesterson Dorsey Co. Ark. ..cc "2j f1 0
I says: !'*can certify to the fact that H'ughestTonic ( .o. 3 .[.- for prices #
u the best chill tonic I ever tried. I 00ft : and Illustrated Catalogue of
I consider it better than quinine." o p Eo t=' CINCINNATI ((0.) CORRUGATING CO.
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Mr. H. W. McDonald Laurel :tMW/zl4 o< c1 )
writes: "Your Hughes Tonic for chills and 1: : nrffl > M Bind Your Papers.

fever has never failed yet, and I have sold it L- We have a number of excellent files
to a number of chronic ..
cases. It them l
every time." cures h l n! t L.ItII___ for sale with the name "FLORIDA DIS-
Ask For Hughes'Tonic and Take No Otter. z P (!.) (0"') _"" tsI I PATCH" embossed thereon, affording a

PRICE, $1.00 PER BOTTLE. : .. ;. O= :<_" '_-". m beautiful covering for paper, only $1

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R. A. ROBINSON & CO., > : r.1 Fur Printing ol every description .

Wholesale Druggists,LOUISVILLE KY. '
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Augusta Ga..N........._. 30 tOO 00 Cedar Rapids, Ia.......... .. ... Fort Scott Kan............ OO 140! 00:; Logansport, Ind............ ...... I...:..... Portsmouth rI Oh1o......... ... ..._.

I Atlanta,,Ga......_.?....... 35 70 00 Champaign, Ill............. ... N.... Gallion. Onlo............. ...1 ... .N..I! Lincoln, Neb.. ...-....,....: 91 156 40 Peoria, Ill_.................... 65 11600

Atchison, Kan............. '.... ......... Dalton, a......_..... ....... 40 80 GalUpol1s, OhiO............ ... .,.......I: lacon, Oa..1 25 50 OOj Plttsbur. Ya............ ... 66 126 00

Admin, Mich..........:.... ...... ......... .Dayton, O..N..,..... ... ......001 .Grand Rapids, hitch...., ... ......... Mobile, Ala.................. 40 I I 81100 Quincy Ill- ...... ".... .....-..
Ann Harbor, Mich...... ... ......... Delaware, Ohio............ ... ........., H enderson .,Ky............. .5S 1100 00' Mont omery. Ala....._ 35 7000 RomeOa..N....._ 40 80 00

Alton 111........_............. Defiance. Ohio......._...... ... .....N. : Hickman, 55 '100 00 Mansfield, OhIo............ ... I ........ Rock island III.....:...... ...... ...-....
Anniston, Ala..._......... 4080N00 Detroit Ilcb._......_...... 70.. 120 00, Ky\\ 00 110 00 MassUlon, Ohio............ ... J...:."" Rochester, N. Y_........ 68' 13J 00 .
Birmingham, Ala._ ..... 40 80 00 Danville Ill................. "'u .........1 I 58 108 00 Mt. Vernon Ohio........ ... ......... Handusky, Ohio..t d5 116 00

Bloomington Ill ......... ... ......... DavenportjIa............... ...... .......... Jacksonville, Ill_......... ... ......... Memphis. Tenn........... 45 90 00 Sioux City, Iowa...........! ... .....-..

Burlln2tonJ Ia............... ...... ......... .... ....... ... ...... Joliet 111............._......N. ... ........., Mllwaukee, Wls_......... 70 \120 00 Springfield, Ill......_......{ ...... .........
Belleville, Ill............... ... .""" ;,Des Moines Iowa......... ...... ,,.........1 Jefferson City ,10_... ... ... Madison Ind............_. ... ..... St. Joseph. lo..1 N.
Buffalo, N. Y........_.....N. 66 126 00 Denver, Col.................. 1 85 !250 00 Knoxville Tenn ......,. 45N90 00.1 MInneapolis, nnn_... ...... !.. St. Louis'Mich......-......I 85 116 00

Bay City Mich............. N.... .........1 axon, Ill_....N.............. ... j ; Kenton, Ohio............... ... ........ I Madison Wi$..... ......... ...... :L..N..I.1, .......... .., W .........
t, Bristol 7enn..N..NN, ... ......... Elyria, Ohio.................. ......)L..N..I Kalamazoo, Mlch_...... 70 120 00, Montreal, Canada-...... ...... .........1 S ringfleld, Ohio_......... ... .........

Cleveland, 0... ...... .... 70 120 00 Evansville Ind_......... 56.72 106 00 Kansas City, 1\10........... ...... ......... NaRbvIlle,Tenn.._._.... 45 90 00 8t.Paul,Minn.............. ...?. .........
Cincinnati. Ohio- ........?. 5,1) 100 00 East Saginaw. Mich..._ ... ......... LansingDllch....:;........ ..:... ......... New Orleans-............ 45 90 IXI() Toledo 0_..................... 70 120 00

Calm, Ill.. .................... 60 110 00 East Ht. Louis;Ill;........ 65 116 00 LaCrosse, 'Vis.,............. ...... ......... Newark, OhIo............... .. ......... Terre tlaute, Ind ......_ 60 110 00
COlumbus, Ky.......... :)5 100 00 Emporia, Kan ............ 105 162 00 Lima, Ohio............ ...... ... ......... (Omaha, Neb............... ..:.. _..._.. Toronto, Can................. .... .

Columbus Oblo.........N... ... ..... Erie, Pa ..... .. ...... 66 126 00 Lafayette, Ind ..._...... ... ......... Ottawa, Can.... ............ ...... .. .....1 I Topeka, Kan. .. ...... 95 148 00
Columbus Ga............... 35 70 00 Fort Wayne IndN....... .. ....-. Lancaster, Ohio ... ......... 'on City, Pa.. ..........._.... 66 26 00' Urbana, Ohio.............

CouncIl Binffb. la......... ...... ......... Findlay Ohio .............. ...... ....N.. Leavenwortn, Kan.NN.. ...... ......... Pekin Ill. ..................... N. ..........i Wheeling w'Va........... 66 .12800

Chicago, 111._......_....... 65 116 00 1 Fremont Ohio.............. ...... I..::...... Loulsvllle, Ky_........... 55 100 00 ,,Papa 111........................ ... .........1 Winnipeg', Man.N....... ...... .........

Chattanooga, Tenn.... 40 80 00 Fort Dodge, Iowa....... 1 18 110 00 Little Rock, Ark......_... 5.5 120 ,00- --'aqua- Ohio.................. .N ........
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: ProvI- ''i Wash- Boston
Savan- Charles-I New dente Phlladel- BalttIngton.' New Pblladeland

... nab. ton. I York. and phla. more. and York. phla. Prav'It. !-
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Stations 44 25 60 . . .
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Jacksonville Callahan, and Live Oak................................................................ 20 ; 30 60 3IJ1 60 .
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Gainesville New Branford......-....NN...... ..... 40 solrr : . . .
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Landings on St. Johns river............................ ..._. .. ;. : : 45 001 42 85 . .. . . .. .. .
FIa. so. Ry north of and Including Ocala ............-........................... 3''> 70 40) 80 45 90 f 90 45 1 9.S1 ;: .. ..
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Fla SO. By. south of Ocala. ...............................:.............................. 37 75 42 85 47 95 95 47 .
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Landings on Lake Santa Fe.--- l 00i : .1.0 b5: 1i0 I i. ; s5 1 10 . . . ....' ... ... .
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Tampa..._..._..Manatee...............River........ ......................_...... ........?......?.............. ... ...... ... ......'I, I:I ... ...... ... ...... I (, ..... I ... ...... . . ... ... ..... .. ... .
Landings on .N..N. . . . .... .. ...
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Stations on J., St. A. QI. H. R. By................................. W 6i 70 44 In, i .80I I.37 75 . .. .. ... .. ... .
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Landings Eustis and Harris .................................................................. 42 85 47 95 : 52 145 125. 52 105 .

Stations FromDelalrtoMcKlnnonlncluslve.on : Florida Railroad. .. .................. ............................... ..... 40 80 45 90, 50. 100 50 1 On 50 100 47 95 . ... .. .... ...... .
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KlsRlmmee to Acton, inclusive............................? ................. ................. 4.5 90 50 100 5,1), 1 10 55 110 52 102 .1. .
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haven to Bartow, inclusive..............?........... ... NN 55 [ fit s5 .
From Winter 901 9n 42 . . .. ... .. .
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It. & N. Co. north of and Including Ocala. .............................- 3'> 70140 8Q 4 .
Stations on F. 00 . ... ... ... .
Co. south of Ocala. ..........................................._.....- 37 75 42 8-> 47 95 47 95 9.5 I 4t .0:: G .," .
Stations on F. R. dt: N. ...... .. \ ......1 .. ...... ... ... .... ... ...... . . ..,. .- < .. .. .
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CONNECTIONS. Excess of capacity over the above will be liable to pro rata excess ot charges.

rhp t'sr-ioad Is estimated at 20,000 pounds, or 400 Standard Boxes. Excess of -nla
Double dally fast freight service for all points West via Albany Line, Jesup to all and Eastern Savannah.Interior a h. chart tar pro rota /i I...1'>1tI': oblrmpnfe .v....a'hp to onP fl I tneIInlt ofto ,
all rail connection vIa the Atlantic Coast
fast freIght
and Dally Coast points, Including New York, Boston Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washlneton and Prepayment one consignee.of freight will not be required but good order and condition of shipment

Providence. i iTriweekly I It is understood between the shippers and th*
the Ocean Steamship Company, leaving i+avan- will be an absolute requirement. clearly
connection for New York via I transportation companies that no responsibility shall attach for loss or damage, however

nab Mondays, Wednesdays and rldays.Merchants and Miners Transportation Co., leaving i occasioned, unless It be from negligence!: and that such loss mast attach solely to the
Twice a week for Baltimore 1 company upon whose line such negligence may" be located.
Savannah Tuesdays and FrIdays. I faith to connections at those points! will not
via the Boston and Savannah Steampship Co., leaving The charges advanced by this Line in good
Weekly connection for Boston I be subject to correction by this Line.

Savannah every Thursday. via Ocean Steamship Co., leaving Savannah every I ISaturda.y. In every rase the fall name and address of the t'On'll.cuti1 mum tP given for Insertion In
Weekly connection for Philadelphia Bill Lading and on the Way-bill.

Single shipments to Western points will be charged at double rates.
days of Steamships are subject to change without notice. New York Philadelphia and Balti
Sailing No single shipment! taken for less than $1 to Boston ,
i more. If shipped beyond,they will be charged in addition the single package rates of connecting -

INFOIt.l\IATION: 1b'OII 81-IIPPElt. lines and cost of transfer.
and Information furnished on application to any 01 the agent
Stencils shipping receipts
add the rates of connectingotunomrd ;
to the ,
To make through rates from points tributary : e' ; For farther Information, 11 needed, apply. to Agent of the Unea.! or to
linos to above rates. 1 0. D. OWK1M, JAMES L. TAYLOR,
BxUx23: and the "..etgb"Ucat4K1 \ iti
The dtD1enltolU of the Box ftr vegetables are IncUwj; Truffle Manager, Savannah, O. Oea'l Freight Agent BAYMUU*, withf .

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Solicited. = ,
Correspondents. tJ 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- TIlE FLORIDASOUTIlERN O RAILWAY COMPAHY
ons,Pineapples, Bananas,Sugar Cane,early vegetables,eta and are chiefly in the Countiesof ,
St.Johns, Volusla, Brevard, Orange, Sumter, Levy, Hlllsborough\ Polk, Manatee and
Our lands are selling rapidly. Thousands of settlers have located ou them during thepastsix ; SITUATED IN THE COUNTIES OF -
months. Do not delay if you want them at the present low prices.
The lands of this Company are specially adapted to the culture of Tropical Fruit, Rice,
Sugar Cane,etc.,and are generally accessible by steam navigation. Columbia, Bradford, Clay, Putnam, Alachua, Levy, Marion, Orange 3
Address all correspondence about the above lands to
Sumter, Hernando, Hillsborough, Brevard, Baker, Polk & Manatee,
'W'illiamm: : :: c an.n.c: : >n.,

KISSIMMEE. Consisting of the finest Orange, Farming and Grazing Lands In the State of Florida. Price!
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T further information,apply to Office Florida Southern Railway Co., Palatka,Fla.

Chief Clerk,Land Department. (sep29yl) General Manager


Jacksonville and Panama ParkF.ea1

Printing and Publishing House, Estate .:Exc1aane.: : '


Orange Groves,choiceBuilding! Lots and g IOd Garden land near the city for sale.
Houses and Truck Gardens for Rent and excellent lund In lots of half an acre and upwards
in good location,for sale on monthly payments to parties who will Improve.
,,, Cor. Bay amyl Pine Streets, dents.* -Groves planted and taken care of,houses built and improvements made for non-resi-

49300,000 Sweet Seedlings and variety of other fruit trees for sale. x
," .. 49 Money to loan on Improved property.
...";';1L ,.. J. S. BALL, Notary Public.
:<:: Office Hours at No. Reed's Block,Bay street,City,from 9 to 11 A.M. .
*: :JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. At Panama Park from 2 to 6 p. M. sept29-tl
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R. TRAFFORD, Generall\-.Innner,


The Largest and Most Complete Print- 90,000, Acres of the Finest Lands in South Florida !

ing House in the State. THE LAKE REGION OF POLK COUNTY.Two .

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 of the
dividing ridge ot the peninsula of Florida. Its dry air offers an inducement to the Invalid.
.". .., Its beautiful and diversified scenery,boating,fishing, etc., offers the finest opportunity for
,. .," '. :. : l', .' people of taste to acquire a lovely w'nter home where all the pleasures and comforts or our
balmy climate can be enjoyed. Add to these the eminent suitability of the soil for the cul-
: ture of the orange and other semi-tropical fruits, and the fact that both the South Florida
and the Bartow Branch Railroads run several miles through this tract, make this the most
New Type and Improved Machinery desirable locality in South Florida. These lands are divided Into lots of five acres and up-
wards,and will be sold on most favorable terms to Improvers or settlers.


EVERY KIND OF the mouth of the Anclote river, on the Gulf land in full view of the
ocean; salt air. salt water fish, miles of oyster beds. High land for residences and orange
groves,rich bottom land perfectly drained for vegetable gardens. A sugar plantation of 200
acres now being established by a sugar planter from Cuba, who selected this point after
PRINTING RULING AND BINDING. looking over the whole State. Post-office,store, church school saw-mill and all requisites
for asettler. Protected from frost by the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico on the North-

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. ft woulddo
well for prospective purchasers to look at the lands offered by this Company before pur-
chasing elsewhere.

In my office only SIILLEDVORKlIEN are employed, guaranteeing LIBERAL TERMS TO ACTUAL SETTLERS OR PRODUCERS.For .

full particulars address,
.' First-class Work to my Patrons. BLOUNT A WHITLEDGE, Bartow Polk County, Florida.
G. M. MORRISH, Anclote, Hernando County,Florida.J. .
LAMBETH.. Gainesville,Alachna County,Florida.
A. C. MARTIN Mackinnon. Orange County, Florida,or to ,
r 4 ,, E. R. TRAFFORD, Oenerall\lanagerRanCord,Orange County,Florida. '
t' JOHN T. LESLEY, President. S. A. JONES, Gen. Manager. LAwsoN CHASE,Sec&TreM.111LL .


Are reliable and responsible,and being chartered are amenable to the SUte. Have every {
'. description of Heal Estate. We solicit correspondence. Send for our Descriptive

, '1. :,t Order. _. ** lor Engraving. Promptly: .xeeiiteU. i Pamphlet and newspaper.
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TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1886, Trains will leave E. BEAN
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SOUTH FLORIDA LANDS. SOUTII! H BOUND.u c Commission Merchant and Forwarder,

w as. .a
'o .0 o wo Waycross Railroad Wharf Jacksonville Fla.
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Situated on each side of the STATIONS. C cz 'd 0Z'ti
-z Q Q Branch l'nckingllou8eVaycrosM Itailroucl Depot, Gainesville, Fla.

:,<: :-:; South Florida Railroad and its -- - n.. s .,

: Bartow Branch, i. LeaveAM R. R. Wharf ... 1 ..... ....._ ..PMI.1.-. AM... ..AM...... And other Fruits and Vegetables,

Sanford........ 00 ....... 4 5100 8 20
-; In the Counties of tllelalr......... 3.8, 10 .._ 1571010 8 35 PACKED, SHIPPED AND SOLD.
.- Longwood.. .._ 5 1510 23 915
Orange, Altamonte.. 12 8 30..........5, 2510 a3 9 38 Reliable Correspondents in all the principal cities of the United States.
,.J Maitland.... 15 8 .... !5 i 3510 45 1010
; Polk, Winter Park 18 8 37.......... 5 57 10 55 1030Orlando. c;.re en.. :J.e1t"Yl: OD.S
Brevurd ....... 22 91x3, A M 6 2011 15 I 11 3.5Kisslmmee.
40 9 45 5 :20. 710112 05 1 15
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J i P.M. P M Growers' !3-a.pp1ies.:

1 ,I. and Hillftborougli. tHalnesClty 61 10:10: 6 17 ... .. ........ _...... Have a full stock of Growers'Supplies-consisting of Cottonwood Thin Wood (Orange
nartow J'nc 6810 47 6 ;7.....::._ ........ 3 50 Boxes,which makes the Whitest, Lightest, Strongest and Cheapest Box In use. Beach
1 53OOO Acres Auburndale 721057 6 50 ..... ........ 4 15 (Bangor) Thin Wood, Dressed Pine Heading, Hoops, Manilla Orange Wraps, etc., etc., all ol
,. Lakeland.... 8311:5: 7 50 ........ ........ 5 40 the best quality, and cheaper than the cheapest.
J of these are NEWLY acqul cd Lands, which Plant City... 1131145 8 .t0...... .... 635Seffner.
I ", .......... 1031210 818 ....._ ........ 7 20 Agent for the Sale of the Stevens Sizer and the Dayton Tramway Fruit Car
I ,: having been for several years reserved from Ar Tampa... 40 ''''''' SW)
H5J12 925"1. PM Send for Circulars and Stencils. sep4-tf
t sale are now offered.
t These lands comprise all classes and grades .
H.I( goo
d- paod HUMUS!
of South Florida soils. High Pine and Oak .0 f"o b o
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Lands among the Backbone Hills In the famous STATIONS. -- Q gZ 'dZ Q c

, Lake and Hill region of t e Peninsula. A- ,as 4 -- r--
Lake Views and Lake Fronts large areas of IA'.svePM PM A M
I ; Tampa........ 0 2 00 ........ 5 30: ..._... 6 :30< f table lands well timbered with Pine,and Oak Seffner....... 12 2 30 ........ 6 05......... 7 15 FERTILIZER FOR ORANGE TREESIs
.. Plant City.. 22 250........ 640....... 8 20
1 undergrowth; Low, well-timbered, Pine Lakeland.. 32 315 ........ Z 30 ........ 9 35: delivered at your nearest Station, _. '
Auburndale 43 3 40 ........ lS 00 ..._... 10 20 q
Lands Prairie and Marsh Lands set in rich Bartow J'nc 47 3 55 ........ 818 ........ 1125 :"..-./
; JHalnesCityKisslmmee. 54 .. 08 _...... 8 3'') PM ........ .At $20. :JerrOD...
" : native grasses affording good pastures for AM Ar Lv
.. 75 500 5 40 930: 200 130
r i cattle. Also, Town Lots are offered in the Orlando..._... 93 5 45 635 PM 250 320
,. Winter P'rk 97 5 57 650 ......_ 302 350 Address
thriving new railroad towns of Kissimmee, MaitlandAltamonte_... 100 ti oa 6 58......... 310 4 10 "'V.V.. HICKS:
102 6 10 7 10 ........ 3 25 4 :rT ,
,:y'" Winter Haven, Bartow, Auburndale, Lakeland Longwood... 105 6 18 7 ....... 3 35 5 15tBelalr. }4"'ortln80n, Fla.
: ......... 112 6 30 7 ......... 3 50 5 40
f .;".9 Plant City, Seffner,Mango, Orient and Ar.It. Wharf.-Sanford 115Penibertoii 6 40 7 20........._ 4 00 5 55
; : Dade City. ,
.' ,I Ferry Ilraiich.-S.F. R.R.

," ,: :, For further information apply to Land Department II: F'st F'st F'st F'st m
, 1= :'' 1\1'1. Ft. STATIONS. 1\1'1 Ft. :'
'{1' of South Florida Railroad Company 19.25. 20. :2& A

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Sanford Florida.WALTER .
r: P.M. A.M A.X P.M. ,
.) o 5.15 3.40 Lv Pembert'n Fery Ar 9.3 9.1075
11 5.47 4.25 .........(.,wensboro......... 8.58 8..7 6t
.; ; GWYNN, 16 5.58 4.55 ..........Dade City.. ....... 8.48 8.05 59
:., General Land 23 6.17 5.25 ..........Rlchland........... 8.00 7.2.1) 52
Janl2-tf Agent. 43 7.35 7.15.........._Lakeland........... 7.40 5.4532 242 South Front St., Philadelphia. !'
.'I 53 8.00 8.00.Plant City.......... 6.5.1) 4.30 22
.,. W. M. LKDWITH. F. C. SOLLEE. ro 8.25 8.551., ............ effner............. 6.25 3.4512 .
75 8.55 9.50,Arrive.Tampa-Leave 6.00 3.00 0 ;:

.: : : LEDWITH & SOLLEE, Bartow Branch.-Dally.
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; DEALEBSIN South Bound. North Bound.

Pas. Pa& Pas. Pas. ,
; ;: REAL ESTATE No. &Ft :'" P rATIONS. :'" &Ft No. REFERENCE: : Our account sales with check on First National Bank, Camden, N. J., soon
15. 17. a 16. 18. as goods are sold.DH110GEB4. .
Herkimer -- -- -
Office, No.7 Block,
A.M P.M. A M. P.)!.
. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 11.10 4.15 0 (4V. .Bartow Junc .Ar 0 to.4O 3.'n

,\ Headquarters for Haines City Property. 11.25 4.35 5 Lv.Winter Haven Ar 1210.25 3.20 .... ,_ .. .. ..,'
f 12.00 5.1517 Ar. ..Bartow. .Ar 17 9.45 2.40 o< ;

Lakeland Brancli.-Daily.

I ; HAINES CITY. South Bound. North Bound. .of .
1'as. Pas. Pas. Pas.
&trt :" STATIONS. &trt .
11. 13. A 14. 12.
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8.10 7.40 0 Lv. Lakeland .Ar 1.00 7.20 n Y ,
iII 8.:18.00: 7 Lv .Haskell . .Lv 6.32 6.50 ;
: 9.00 8.301IAr. .. Bartow ..Lv 6.15. 6.30 s 4+ c
II t l Land with
Healthy, High, Rolling Sanford and Indian IUver nallroa... __ & q

J i Beautiful Lake Fronts. Dally except Sunday.

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; ": chase Lots on the highest Tract 3 5.00lv..santord..ar 5.17, ........tFort Reed......... 7.2J 7.40.. 17 It

I : 5 5.25 ....... ..4Rulledge.......-.. 7.15 12
I a:: of Land in Tropical Florida. 17 j 6.05Ar..OvldeC\,, 6..1.5 0
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' Dally except. Sunday. No. 1 and 2 Daily.
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rains No. 4, 6,10 and 8 Dally except Sunday.
J Haines City is situated half-way between Train l'o.:1: stops at Lakeland for break fait. '
, < ., Sanford and Tampa,and right on the South Trains No. 19 and 20 DaU)'. Tralus No.21 I and
"O\! Railroad. It Is situated the
Florida on highest 22 Dally except Sunday. 4 r ,
t: land in South Florida-rich,rolling and Connects Sanford with Sanford mid Indian
healthy This excellent country lies to the River Railroad fur Ovldeo and points on
' southward of large lakes which protect the
Lake Jessup with the People's Ltne and
tropical fruit. There is no frost liere. The DeBary-Baya; Merchants' Line of Steamers I C. B.ROaER..
fact of the Indians having selected this section Jacksonville and all Intermediate pointson
of country as a home demonstrates beyond St.Johns River,and with Steamers for In- D. D. ROGERS & CO.,
:: a doubt that it is absolutely the richest dian River and Upper St.Johns.At .
portion; since it is their aim, on account of Kisslmmee with Steamers for Fort Myers DEALERS IN

aversion to labor to find the most fertile and Bassinger,and points on Kisslmmee river. E: 'I'A.I:: FL C> C> IlTG ,
tracts; thus affording large returns from a At. Pemberton Ferry with Florida Southern 1\1.1: :: 7

very moderate expenditure of labor. Railway for all points North East and West, Corrupted Iron, Fire Proof Iron Shutters, &c., Melullc Building .Supplies. '
Come this town before buying else
and see and at Bartow with the Florida} Southern
:. where. Railway tor Fort Meade and points South. State Agents for 1-:. Van NoorUeu & Co'sDIE'rA.J4IC '
; F.J.HINSON, Through Tickets sold at all regular station SIIIN G L E S. '

Haines City, Polk County, Fla. points North, East and West.FREDERIC. 74 West Bay street,JACKSSONVILLZ,FLA;
H. RAN D, for
-' Send detcrlpUv circular,free. .. .: t:7
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Boston and Savannah Steamship Co. Practical Experience Proves that

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

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

g F First-Class Passenger Accommodation- HIGH GRADE CONCENTRATED MANURES. '.-

*.' No 'L'rn,11.shlt>ltlont:. "C* *3- No.. >Jbtra; LiiiidliiiK.. rt .?

Cabin Passage, $20 ; Excursion 833.00;; ; Steerage, 812, S "'::I Orj -

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Boston every Thursday at 3 P. M., and t rom Savannah as follow() : O -o c-.
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CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley..................................._...........Thursday, April 15,at 3:30 p.m G
GATE CITY. Capt. Hedge.................?.?.....?...............................Thursday, April r2,at 9:00 p. In i O
CITY OF MACON, CapU,Kelley...._........................................ Thursday, April 29, at 2:30 p. m z :Jtr
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge.........;.................................?..............?......Thursday, May 6,at 7:30 p. m ,
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley..:...................?.?...._................Thursday, May 13,at 2:00 p. m Q r
GATE CITY Capt. Hedge........... ... ................................... ...........Thursday, May I,at 7:30 p. m o.: ..
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley.............................................?.Thursday, May 27, at 1:00 p.m Q;) m
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge....?.... ..w.....?...?................................Thursday June 3, at 6:30: p.m O .
CITY OK MACOr Capt. Kelley.................................?. ..........Thursday, June 10, at 12:30 p.m W
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge...............?...................?........................Thursday, June 17,at 6:30: p. m .
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Keltey................................................Thursday, June 24,at 11:00 a.m ARM THE BEST IN USE.': ...
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-Unlon, i
Through Bills of Lading and Tickets over Central Railroad Georgia, Savannah, Florida October,1885,says: "(If t all the fertilizers used on some" 15,000 trees,the Clark's Cove Orange- .',
Send for and full
and Western Railway, and connecting with East'Florida by the Waycross Short Line. Tree Food gave better results than any other used. Pamphlet particulars
(Florida Dispatch)and the Steamers of the b s Island Route.W. t ,
H. RINu Nickerson's Wharf, Boston.
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For For Rooms Freight and apply Tickets to RICHARDSON apply to & BARNARD, Agents, Savannah,Ga. : :::: : : : : : A. :]3TFta: y

sepl-&5 HENRY R. CHRISTIAN G.S. Agent,66 Bay Street. (Successor to J. E. Hart,)

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

20 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, '. ".+!,.

TXIMIIE: : -FO155 G-.A.J.: I.J: :>E1JSr S; EJJe: ;.

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

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


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

Steamship Company Guaranteed AnalysIs. "


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

Passage Rates Between Savannah and New Y Of!. MURIATE OF POTASH,TRADE IJJUC SULPHATE POTASH,

To or from New York, Cabin, 120; Steerage, $10; Excursion (return ) \.). 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 tf
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CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. H. C. Daggett?.............................._Friday,June 47:00 a. m IRON WORKSAdjoining
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine...........?.................................Sunday,June 6- 8:30a.m SOOFIELD'S
NACOOCHKK) Capt. Kempton........................................................Tuesday,June 8-10:00a.m
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher .............................................Friday,June II- 2:00 p. m
CITY OF AUGUHTA, Capt. Nickerson._ .....?..................................Sunday, June 134:00 p. m Passenger Depot, ITIACON, (.a. Manufacturers of the old and well knownSCHOFIELD'S
CITY; OF SAVANNAH, Capt. II. C. Daggett.........................?.......Tuesday,June 15- 5:00 p. m
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine................................................Friday,June 18- 7:00a. m
NACOOCHEK. CapU Kempton.............?..........Sunday;June 20- 8:30 a. m PATENTED
TA TALLAHASSEE{ :, Capt ,June 22 10:00 a. m
CITY OF AUGUSTA, CapU Nickerson............................_..............Krlday, June V5-12:30 p. m
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. H. C. DaggetU.................................Sunday,June 21- 2:00 p.m
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catherine:...._.........................?..........Tut sday,June 294:00 p. in EMPIRE PREMIUM COTTON PRESSThe


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

JUNIATA, Capt. Askins.......................................................-.-....83tU nIay,June J 19- 8:00 a. m by rnodr'steam;;: Portable and Stationary Steam Engines and Boilers. s, :
DESSOUG, Capt.Smith.........._..._............-Thursday, June 219:00 a. m wa and to 100 horse Shafting. Pulleys, Hangers. Mill Gearing
1)..S80UG, CapU Smith_..?....... ._..........._........................?... .?...Sunday July 48:00 a.m power. All sizes styles-4 Hancock power.Inspirators, the best boiler feeder known
DESSOUG, Capt.Smith......?........_.....?.........?.?..........?...?..Wednesday,July 14- 6:00 p. m and and acknowledged Machinery a standard.specialty. Iron Pipe and Fittings, Engine Trimmings, Brass valves .,-:
THESE PALACE STEAMERS Whistles,Lubrloitors,Rubber and Leather Beting,and everything pertaining to Foundry -
. Machine and l\IlllSupply business. Address ,:

Connecting with the Savannah, Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line) and -'
the Sea Island Route. J. S. SOHOFIELD & SON Proprietors.
Offer to the Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line. ,
Through Tickets and Bills!Lading Issued to principal points North, East and Northwestvia
Savannah. For further particulars apply to MACON GEORGIA.
HENRY YONGE, Agent, G. M. SORREL, Agent, ._ .._ }
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NO.85J.North City Exchange Building,Savannah Ga. -- --- ---- --' -- -- - -- ---
W. L.JAMES, Agent 13 S.Third Street Philadelphia
J. D. HA8HAGEN Eastern Agent, Sav., Florida A Western Ry.Co.,261 Broadway,N.Y. ELftHART CAitklMiE: & HARNESS ftfl'FC CO. "
For Rooms and : apply to,
H. R. CHRISTIAN Gen'l Soliciting Agent,66 Bay street. No.1 Farm $23.50 Every Boggy sold by the middle Platform Wagon, 555.
_. Harness \ man bas several dollars added
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'\ ag.rts. but for twelve years
have dealt with the consumer.. .,
SHERIDAN'SCONDITION V eshlp anywhere, with privilege
of examining before buy .
: ing. We freight charges -
i- oth ways pal not satisfactory.WarranteverythingforiS .
POWDER : years.
One|>r'eeunlv. platform Spring .
pabaolutelypu'eand I -i1 WJKO'U 551,,s mea"''hen f.I
highly concentrated. 3c- sell at$sk jo'arm Wagon.f310. ... ,
1 oanoefaworth a Ib. 41 Top Binaries at 800! fine as usually sold for 8125.: Oar HanieM
of an; other kind. It ts strictly a medicine to be riven with food. Nothing on earth will make hens laylike are all No. 1 Oak Leather. single, 910 to 23. 64pag .
it, cures ohtckeu cholera and all dt''aaea of ens. Is worth Ita weight in old. Illustrated book by Illustrated Catalogue free. Add.reut .
w nIu uhb man hr Q o4t A e Sll h' tin a.ne, eiat W JU. JPKATT ttec..rn Xdtehstxy Ituw t
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