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: September 6, 1886
Publication Date: -1889
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1876.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -new ser. v. 9, no. 3 (Jan. 21, 1889).
General Note: D.H. Elliott, editor.
General Note: Published at: Live Oak, Fla., <June 20, 1877>-Feb. 11, 1880; and at: Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 18, 1880-Jan. 21, 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (May 8, 1876).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: Florida farmer & fruit grower (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Florida dispatch and farmer and fruit grower

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A. !i. DaCostaEcPublislier j Jacksonville, FIn, Monday, September 6, 1886. #(New Series: Vol. 5, No. 36.
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WORK: FOR 8EPTKSIIJKK. set out the first of December or ear- let the fertilizer comb in direct contact nan's Improved, for home use the

The-Garden. lier." J. W. Tucker, says of the with the roots, but let the rains carryit Federal Point.

Bermuda onion, "Sow any time from down to them. J. H. S. For further information on straw-
The early part of this month is the first of October to the first of Feb- berries, see issues of the FLORIDA

often very hot and the latter part wet, ruary, the earlier period for the ear- Strawberries. DISPATCH for May 31st, June 28th,
but the sun is now running lower, the lier harvests. It is and 2d.
spring entirely Throughout the State this is the August
days are shortening, the nights are
practicable to have a succession of
cool and and the usual month for setting out strawberry .
generally delightful, "
"The onion in
crops. crop comes In localities The Farm. .
plants. some they are
dewfall is abundant and refreshingto
It is certain cash at
all vegetable life.. opportunely. a planted earlier, but in most sectionsthe i During the bright days of September -
fair remunerative It be
"Now in the South the glorious days price. can operation is deferred until this I and( these generally come early in -
Of early Autumn brings grown in the South and put in the month, owing to the disastrous effecsof the month-fodder( for winter use
Refreshment to the parched earth
market six weeks earlier than the
And ope' oiir second Spring." midsummer drought on newly set should be gathered and saved, peavine
and the time for more active work in onion grown north. It ought to be- plants in sandy soils. Some seasons hay, crab grass, millet, everything
the garden is at hand. Now is the come a staple crop with us in Florida
the of this month hot
early flays are that is suitable fir horse or c;)w fodder .
time-for those who desire a
of vegetables for the table duringthe sown in October, with good culture, copious rains, and the sooner the time by the forelock during the next

winter months to be on the alert, the crop ought to be ready for" market plants can be got in the better. Lateron I two months and secure an abundant

for our "second spring" has come. by or before the first of May. in this month when the sun crosses supply of long forage for. winter use.

What has already been said about Keep on sowing cabbage at inter- the line abundant rains may be depended Now is the time to sow rye, oats and
the soil; manuring, etc., is vals of two or three weeks until about
preparing? upon. barley. Northern rye is often plantedfor
the first of December. If intend
still applicable and the general directions you .
The soil should receive thorough forage, but Southern seed rye is
for the northern marketsow
for August are equally appropriate raising cabbage preparation to bring the best results. the only kind that will head up in this
for the bulk of the about
for September. Watching, crop Give it a liberal application of ferti-- climate. Make ground rich and fine
watering, shading, are still in order the twentieth, or the first of October.Be ..
lizer. We would suggest Prof. Newman's and use plenty of seed, say six pecks
and where failures have occurred, sure not to have your plants too
vegetable formula, namely, to the acre. By planting these grains
thick in the seed-bed if wish
"try, try, again" is the word. you good cotton-seed meal (nitrogenous matter), which grow finely here, an abundant
Keep the soil loose around growing stocky plants set out none but the six kainit winter is secured fir stock and
parts; (potash) one part; pasture
best. often
plants, frequently stirring the surface very Transplant as as superphosphate: (phosphoric acid) poultry, and the same turned under in

'with a prong hoe or potato hook. Repeated plants are large enough. When tak three parts; hard wood ashes could be spring, enriches the soil for the next
tests at the Connecticut Test ing up plants to set, thoroughly wet substituted forthe kainit. 2,000 seasons's
Apply crops.
Station have proved that soil with the seed-bed and take up carefully, broadcast. Well '
hard crusted surface evaporates and pinch off a portion of the tap root and pounds per acre
rotted humus is in order. The .
always Grove, Orchard and Nursery.In
dries out much faster than that witha someof the largest leaves. Pinching
loose, pulverized surface. This loose the tap-root makes the plant head soil should be thoroughly pulverized, the orchard the instructions for
stirred and smoothed with bar-
better. Careful handling of the ten- deeply, August apply with equal force to Sep-
fine soil acts a* a mulching, equalizesthe This should be done *
temperature, absorbes the fertiliz- der plants will be duly rewarded.If row. long tern ber.
enough before setting to allow the
ing gasses and drinks in the dews. Be you keep a cow raise plenty of. soil to become packed a roller would Very little can be done in the grove

sure to give every plant plenty of rutabagas, carrots and beets ; they are facilitate this. ; during thn month. If a full crop of

'room ; there is no economy in saving excellent food for cows, increasing the peas are growing therein, give; them
and of milk. A flat, dibble one foot long is the unless have been
ground by planting too close. If a quantity quality one working they
plant has not sufficient room for its An excellent way to water a small best mplement for planting. This previously laid by.

roots to forage in it will never amountto garden, say a square acre. Put down should be thrust straight down into Orange trees can be successfully set

anything. What was said last a well in the centre, and put in a good the ground and the earth pressed aside out during the rainy season of this
hand force A if far enough to admit the roots of the
holds good
month about so wing and planting pump. pump, month.
the well is not too plant, being careful that the crown of
still deep
good now. There are three monthsor say over
Land should be broken and
frosts. A feet will throw water through the plant is set no dteper than before now
more before injurious twenty ,
in readiness for the
trees ensuing
that the roots extend their put
good garden products can be fifty feet of three-quarter-inch hose to digging,
many winter.In .
in that time, and others such the utmost limits of such a gardeu, full depth into the soil and are spreadout

grown as cabbage, turnips, beets, etc., will and by this arrangement water can be fiin-shaped. Only one side of the nursery, buds will be making

all through our ordinary winter applied at any time. hole should be broken, the other intact vigorous growth and should receive
grow retains moisture. Press I he earth to close attention to keep the rapid
weather. If a good stand has not Unless your ground is very rich it grow-
been secured sow again. will be of advantage to stir in a little the roots from the bottom, to prevent ing shoots from becoming top heavy

Onions, if not already sawn, shpuldbe fertilizer by the side of the growing leaving a hole beneath, which wouldbe and lopping over.

in during this month. J Whit- plant two or three times during the fatal. Place the rows on a slight Young stocks can be set this month.

ner put Gardening in Florida says, "The season, using a prong hoe or potato ridge to keep the water from settling Dormant budding should begin about

t seed should be sown the first of Sep- hook. It is best to do this either just about the crown. the middle of the month, and con-

tember and the plants will be ready to before or after a... ood shower. Don't The best variety for market is N u'l tinued until the bark refuses to slip.

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favor us with information on this not answer for a water basin and be ORANGES PRESERVED IN SAND.'

and. Orchard point? cheaper than cement? How would The Sanford Journal published the

the wooden pipe used for water mainsdo article of OBSERVER on the Italian
QUERIES. I find in the yards of many of the
if holes were bored, and the pipe method of preserving in sand,
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: old settlers a beautiful plant, which oranges

*' My Japanese persimmon trees have they; call the spider lily or skeleton covered the with sand a from coarse material in?to This pre- but thought it impracticable because

bloomed freely for the last two years, lily. It is, evidently, an amaryllis. vent is coated and will getting last lifetime of the extent of room necessary, and ,
but all of the fruit fell before reaching ft bears a cluster of fragrant, white pipe a
under The is requested our correspondent to give
ground. only question ,
much size. My neighbors' trees have flowers, on a scope from twelve to
will the attraction be sufficient information the size of
capillary regarding
done the same. Are the trees two eighteen inches high. The stamensare

young to bear, or i is it too far south for connected for a short distance, to keep the ground wet, if the pit necessary to stow away 100-

this fruit? thus forming a convolvulus like cup in pipes are kept full ? Can you give me 000 or some other stated numberof
the address of a tile factory in Floridaor
ANSWER.-It is characteristic of the the: centre of a narrow-leafed, lily-like oranges. In response, the writer
Georgia? With plenty of water
flower. Nothing can be more beauti--
Japauese persimmons to set more and raise sends us the following:
a tropical sun, we can veg-
ful than the shading of the long stamens -
fruit than they can mature, hence trees etables at will. E. W. AMSDEN. Editor Herald:
from pure white, through pale
that bear good crops drop many fruit. green, to the golden brown of the With the exception of the peach thereis The entire feasibilty of preserving

Your trees will probably hold their anthers. Is this flower a native of scarcely a fruit propagated in Northern oranges by the method I described can
not be doubted, as it is not an
fruit when they get older, unless thereis Florida? What is its botanical name? nurseries that will succeed: in Flor- exper-
Is it cultivated Northern imental matter, and I claim no credit
some special cause for its shedding. by florists? ida and the varieties peaches that succeed for inventive genius, having merely
ANSWER.Will Mr.\ W. C. Steele
Yours are not too far south for this there are positively worthless here. described a system in general opera-

give us the desired information regard- Peen-to, Honey, and other Florida varieties tion. The subject is treated in detailin

fruit.Will ing this flower? a book printed in Italian (I believenot
pecans, with some culture, can, however, be propagated in
As there is trouble calves in it should be enti-
raising translated, as )
in the pine woods, allowing the the States norlh of Florida. These
pines to stand till the have this neighborhood, how would goats do tled "The Agriculturist's A B C," by

some size? pecans for a substitute for cows ? Do you trees grown in Georgia succeed well Cavalier Cantone, professor at the

think they could be encouraged to here, and we presume Delaware grown Royal Technological Institute of

ANSWER.We cannot say as to pecans tackle the wire |grass, if sometimes rewarded stock would do fairly well, though we Naples.

under pines. Can any of our with a few copies of the DIS- The size of pit required for a given
cannot speak from knowledge. We
readers enlighten us? As a rule, cul- PATCH, and some sunburnt shoes? number of oranges will depend largelyon

tivated plants or crops will not thrive Does any breed exceed in milking do not call to mind a single fruit, other the internal arrangement. 1 havein

under pine timber. qualities? than the peach, that will succeed here mind a pit in the celebrated groveof

green Altoona, Fla., August 25th. if brought from the North, and we over 3,000 acres in Sardinia, of
What varieties of the mulberry will ANSWER.-Goats will flourish in
which I happen to have a memorandum
believe that even with peach trees,
succession of desirable
give a fruit? this State. We are not up in the va- oi the dimensions. It is 18x45,
Florida stock will do much bet-
ANswER.-Early Hicks' and late. rious breeds. But what is wrong with grown six feet deep, arranged in six three-
What hard wood trees will do bestto ter than that from further North. foot sections by upright posts with
calf in section ? There
transplant on a high sandhill ? jour This is the case with the Kelsey plum. battens nailed across at intervals to

With care, will a cabbage palm make must be a screw lose somewhere ; there Florida grown trees grow off much admit movable plank floors for storingthe

anything of a success on this same should be no more difficulty in raising more vigorously than trees even from fruit as described. It utilizes all

sandhill ? calves here than in New York State. the space to the ridge-pole, each floor
.. Georgia. As to price, Florida nur- i
its The
ANSWER.For trees wa- --- holding own weight. center
evergreen :
NOKTHEICN NURSERY STOCK AND have neither the extended
serymen which the
posts, on ridge-pole rests,
ter oak, live oak and Carolina cherry IKUIGATION.
; market nor the facilities for production are four feet higher than the sides,

for deciduous trees, hickory, mulberry, Editor I am FLORIDA considerably DISPATCH interested: in necessary to the growing of low priced thus giving sufficient slope to the roof

catalpa anti umbrella China. The cab your of strong, rough planks, which are
articles on peach culture in Florida. stock. Our nurserymen, do not, as a
will succeed. covered to depth of at least three
bage palms a
I want to plant an acre this fall. I rule, make more from a given invest-
Does the St. feet with the earth dug from the pit.
Augustine grass keep should like to hear from of
any your than the
ment of the
nurserymen This will hold
green during winter? Will it stand correspondents who have had experience pit 200,000 oranges
drouths any better than the Bermuda with Northern any I North. Nursery stock, by reason of that will pack 140 to the box.I .
grown nursery
grass? Does it make as firm a turf? stock, say, from Maryland or Dela- : the limited market and greater cost of cannot too strongly urge that suc-

ANSWER.-St. Augustine grass does ware. Have they fruited-at all, or production, can never be grown for cess will depend solely on two thingsthe -
I of the from
protection pit dampness -
as well, and as early, as home like the
not remain green through the winter, grown, anything prices at which and the condition of the fruit,

but, perhaps, approaches nearer doing or those from Georgia? I bought a Northern stock is offered. After all, and that the latter is of prime importance. -
few trees from a prominent
so than other grasses. It makes quiteas in Delaware Jast and nurseryman the difference is not so great on peaches, Cut every orange carefully and
year, they
good turf as the Bermuda, and have grown nicely. I wrote this same the one article in which there is Northern handle it tenderly and reject all that

'stands drouth as well, possibly better. party asking if they could give me competition. Our correspondent f fall perfect.or are Neither in any must way the bruised fruit be or over-im

Unlike the Bermuda, it will thrive in names of any parties to whom they says they are offered him at $7 per 100 ripe, but still retain more acid than
had sold in Florida and had fruit from
the shade.I and $60 per 1,000 by Northern nur- would be desirable if it was to be
their trees-as it was usually under-
have some Guinea grass,and no more stood that trees from the North did serymen. He does not state what va- placed in the market soon, as the

cleared land for other forage plants. Peentosand treatment has a tendency to give
not succeed well here. They replied riety, an important point,
Would the superior qualities of milo- sweetness at the expense of acidity.I .
-until recently their sales had been Honeys being graded twentyfiveper
maize or alfalfa justify digging the would be pleased to meet fruit
up confined to in this State
nurserymen cent. higher than other varieties
Guinea grass to cultivate either of the and could not but growers, either individually or collectively -
above named plants? booked they orders for $60,000 say, this they early had even in Northern nurseries. To this and give all the information

ANSWER.-Millet\ and, perhaps, for this fall's trade in Florida. In the sum must be added a heavy bill for I am able as to the details of the

milo-maize, will pay much better than catalogue issued by this same party, I transportation to this State. Our own method, and would especially like to
attend the meetings of the fruit
find first-class peach stock listed for offer them at $12.50 growers -
Guinea The success of alfalfain nurserymen per
grass. of Orange or other counties, in the
87 per 100 and $60 per 1,000. whileour 100 and $25 1,000 and the
this State is questionable.Will per pro- hope to arouse general interest in a
Mr. Editor, or some other of 100. Why nurserymen is this difference want in$20 price per? ceeds in this case go to the development subject which I consider of so great

the "knowing ones," tell us how to It we are buying Northern trees of our State, stimulating experiment interest to the State. OBSERVER.
grown Enterprise,Fla.,Aug. 17,1886.
make our cacti flourish ? There is no let us buy them from first hands unlessour and the introduction of new va- .

difficulty in furnishing sandy soil; to nurserymen are willing to take a rieties. Grafting Perslmmona.

this I give partial shade, and water fair I do We should think An
margin. not see why trees porus tile, or even experienced nurseryman says

sparingly; yet the leaves will* decay, cannot be grown as cheap here as else- impervious tile, (the water would per- that he has failed in grafting the per-
looking as though scorched. Should
where. We always have paid too colate through the joints,) would an- simmon while entirely dormant in
. all of the plants be taken from
young high for nursery stock of all kinds. for
the "Turk's Head," and from the Seeing article in swer admirably sub-irrigation. We winter. He recommends grafting
your a recent number -
are not so sure about the wooden pipes,
"Black Hill 1"ANSWER. of the DISPATCH, of Mr. Marsh'sof they might do, however. There are no after the bark loosens, and. by the

.-We are not posted on ( Daytona) method of gardening I crown mode which has t
tile factories in Florida, we cannot sayas proven success. ..*
.. cacti. Will not Mr. H. G. Hubbard would like to inquire if porus tile would to Georgia.ED. ful with him. I

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F lFIl1 and tFden. for preparing the rice for market and STATE: AGRICULTURAL CHEMIST. TOBACCO FOR PLANT LICE.

-- table use of which I am not posted, I There is the most imperative necessity Peter Henderson says : "In all case,

HARVESTING KICK. and the old time way of managing for a State Agricultural Chemist. no matter what the color or condition,

Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: may be looked upon as old foggyism.I here in Florida. The Legislature ; or on what plant it is found, the aphisor

In the FLORIDA DISPATCH of the have never seen rice hung up to be should create the position and make : plant louse will at once succumb to

16th of August, No. 33, is the request cured. In harvesting we used a rice an appointment to fill it the coming tobacco, whether in the form of dust,

of. Messrs. Williams and Hub- hook and after cuting the heads off, winter. This is of greater value to the smoke, or a decoction made by steeping

bard, requesting information "throughyour the rice was carefully placed on the State of Florida than the matter of the the refuse tobacco stems from the

columns, of the best method of stubbles and then when the stem was success or defeat of all the politicians cigar-makers; using one pound of the

harvesting rice." In my younger cured we made up the same into small in the State. There are scores of different stems to five gallons of water. In our

days, say before 1850, in South Car- bundles which was then made up into brands of home and foreign fer- green-houses and grounds we use many:

olina, I had much to do with the cul- large ricks or stacks. They can be tilizers that are being advertised and tons of the refuse stems and tobacco

. tivation and harvesting of rice and made completely water tight-any sold different parts of the State, andno dust annually. The liquid obtained

yet I do not wish to make the impression leakage will ruin the stacks of rice- one in Florida knows what, if any, from the stems is syringed on the leavesof

that I was a regular rice planter. the ricks or stacks must be examinedand chemical or agricultural value any of the plants, or if the aphis is attacking -

My occupation in those days was not be permitted to heat; rice them have, except, now and then, a the roots, as in asters or verbenas,
rather a joint business with sea island heated in the stacks is termed mow- foreign company advertises a general we use enough to saturate the ground

cotton and rice and I think I can burned, such is unfit for use but makes analysis of its brand. But who knows until it reaches them. But the simplest -

give the gentlemen a few dots which good feed for poultry. If I can give that we are getting that brand in its remedy against such as attack the

will aid them in their new undertak- any further information on the rice purity ? And how many there are with 1 leaves of plants, is to use the dust free-

ing. The old rule in harvesting rice question, I will cheerfully do so by the fraudulent analyses, the Lord only 1 ly after dew or rain, or in their absence -

in those days, was to notice the rice intimation through your columns or i knows, we don't. syringe so that the dust will

heads in the milkey and gluey state, even privately. I trust I do not tress-I Give us a State Agricultural Chemist hang to the leaves ; but in all cases, it

and when the top grains of the heads pass on your patience with my long and have it a penal offence to sell should be used when the first signs of .

was in the gluey condition "very winded piece on the rice question.E. any fertilizers without a State analysis, the peat are observed. We have often

slightly milkey," the rice should be M. BECKETT. or that does not come up to the analy- great difficulty in dislodgingthem

immediately harvested. Two good Dunedin, Fla.,August. 22, 1886. sis when sold. Millions of dollars when the plants have been completely -
reasons can be given for harvestingrice ENSILAGE FOR THE SOUTH. have been spent by the people of Florj j ] covered with them. On all

in that condition.1st ida on fertilizers since the fruit and
Perhaps there is no other part of j plants that are specially liable to at-

If the rice should be allowed to the Union, where the preservation of vegetable industry began to develop.It t tack, euch as roses and chrysanthemums -

ripen thoroughly, in harvesting the green fodder, by means of the silo, can is exceedingly important, therefore, in flowers, or cabbage and let-

grains will shell or separate from the be made: more useful than in sectionsof for the people to be protected in this t tuce in vegetables, we use the dust

stalk or stem very badly and cause the South. Haying comes very respect ; they cannot afford to throwaway j freely as a preventive. Hundreds of

an unnecessary percentage of loss early, and in the very worst season of their money on an uncertainty, acres of cabbage and lettuce are yearly
which can be avoided and in this as is the case now in in-
the year for rains, viz.: the early sum- very many ripened state the grains or kernels will mer, making the curing of clover and stances. Let the coming Legislature] ]have been saved by using tobacco dust
be hard and bitter and hence in act in the
pound- grass exceedingly troublesome. The promptly matter.-Lake. freely on the young plants in the seedbeds -

ing it will crack and crumble badly, I I present season it has rained almost Region. 4 for it is there the mischief usually
causing a large of half F "
percentage begins. .
without intermission for than
more THE COW PEA. .
and crumbled
grains. 2d. When harvested -
twenty-four hours, during the most of It is a part of farm economy, not HARVESTING RICE.
in the gluey state above des-
\ and all of June and Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH:
May to put up only as a food, but as a protection to
cribed, the grains or kernels have a In harvesting rice, we cut it with a
several acres of heavy clover and land, and as one of the best feed for
clear and pearly appearance, and are reap-hook, (it generally grows too
has been serious labor. Witha
grass stock, with all this a renovator, a
tough, thus enabling the grain to bear I heavy to be cut easily with a grainy
silo it would have been no troubleat builder of the waste places that m
the pounding without crumbling or cradle,) lay the bulk of the straw
all; the grass cut during the few fathers left as an inheritance to their
cracking to any great extent. Mor- even, then bind small bundles with
4 hours of sunshine could have been put children. This is the 6th day of Au
ters for pounding should be of a deep the band near the butts of the straw.
into the silo, and the work of haying gust, and with some little care the a
funnel shape, at least two feet deep, pecan Then divide the tops of the bundles
have been done with. With be drilled
; a tight cover-
filled up two-thirds full of rough rice, compress and set them astride a picket fence or
the extreme facility for growing suchan of earth
ing say one to two inches
and stroke of blow of the pestle forked
every pole supported on sticks. Rice
abundance of fodder as may be and there will be excellent forage for
should be made in the center of the
being usually grown on wet ground, it
found in the South-clover, grass of stock-to reap and house for winter
morter. When the hull is all takenoff is generally difficult, if not impossible,
various kinds, cow-peas, millet, corn, feed. There is some art in saving leaf
winnow clean, the grains to some to cure it properly by letting it lie on
and one following another through along and vine for best hay feed, and having
extent still have a reddish skin upon the ground loose or bound and set u
season, the silo seems to be the saved such feed without fail for twentyor pin
them which can be taken off with shocks
corn as is done with wheat,
very thing that is wanted. The cow- I hesitate
thirty years, not to say,,
shock. Put the winnowed
againin oats or in the north. Set astridea
pea, so valued in the Southern Statesas : tall pens, rail floors to keep vine i rye
the morter and strip clean corn nd a pole or board fence or picket fence
a fodder plant, promises. to be of three feet layers, not packed, housethe
shocks and liberally mix the same so that the heads do not touch the
the greatest value as ensilage.-Ex. day cut, covered to keep dry, will 1
with the rice in the morter and pound -0. ground. It is never injured by con-
save in good order.Cor. So. LiveStock
away until the rice is well bleached, CURING PEA VINES.-Cut when you Journal. tinued wet weather, and a very little

then winnow again. The rice is now see a few ripe peas, and just before sunny weather suffices to make dry

ready for the cook-pot. When rice is i the leaves begin to turn and fall. The Castor Beans. enough to thresh. A reap-hook is a

properly cooked done, it should be as idea is to save the leaves as well as "A Florida firm is cultivating 350> handy thing to have on a place and

white as snow and grainy and not the vines. Let them wilt slightly rt, acres in castor beans, and next fall 1 can he obtained at any hardware store

gluey. then put up in high narrow cocks, not will build an oil mill. There is no in Jacksonville. 1\[. CHESEBRO.

Mr. Editor, this statement which I too large. Let them stay here a dayor reason why the manufacture of castoroil > Mandarin, August 18,1886,
should"not be .
have given you is the "old time" way so and then put several cocks into in the South. The a profitable plant thrives industry vigorously Cotton is beginning in Levy countyto

of harvesting and preparing rice, butin one large one, there to remain a dayor in our State." come into market pretty freely; theo
these progress The North Carolina Farmer fails t crop promises to be one of the largestever

there may be machinery invented store away. state where this farm is located. produced in the county.

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very large sections of the State the STATE ITEMS. An Eastern company are negotia-
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of unless of with citizens: of Fort Meade for
growth grass, large sums Pomegranates are ripe.
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-- BURNING- -- TilE- WOODS money shall be expended for the spe- LeConte pears still linger in Nassau the purpose of establishing an extensive -

Among the many customs of the cial purpose, will always be so light county.A I beef and vegetable canning fac

country which Northern immigrants that heavy stock cannot be profitably Fort Myers mango grew ten i tory.

among us criticise adversely, proba- grown in fenced pastures, and sheep inches in two weeks. Wealthy capitalists from Wyoming,

the habit of the woods must be substituted. Where cattle are have purchased 167,000 acres in
bly burning Eight bushels of scuppernongs froma
in the of receivesthe grovn on the better soils in Florida, Ilillsboro and Manatee: counties, for
Spring every year, five-year.old citra vine.
condemnation the milk, which usually pays for the $84,500 cash. The purohsise will be
most except, per
The Sorrento look
of feeding in fenced orange groves used for a cattl- .run_c.
pastures, .
fence laws which
haps, our are closely splendid since the rains.
cannot now be sold in the vi- The oranges about Brousou are
connected with the custom alluded to. except
LeContes have fruited finely in Columbia looking finely and the will be
A little unprejudiced study of the cinity of the towns,and thus a principalsource crop
county this season. much larger than was anticipated last
causes of this custom, will show to a of profit would be cut off. Hut

candid man, that while much ]Jos is the two systems of growing cattle, on The orange crop in the northern spring. The trees are growing thriftilyand

of the State is fair but are doing as well as could be
incurred, the method has advantageswhich the range or under fence, are so com- part rusty.

will secure its continuance for plicated with other questions, that we Peen-tos and Honeys will be exten- wished for.Recent .

years to come.Throughout. cannot, in one article, even allude to sively planted around Leesburg this issues of the Palatka News

the pine belt of the the many points connected with the winter. contain a number of communicationsfrom

Southern States, burning the pine for- subject. Fort Meade reports Peen-to trees prominent fruit and vegetable-

Those who are so anxious to discon- calling for a State Conventionof
ests each year is necessary in order to six feet high from buds put in in growers
tinue the practice of burning the woods producers to consider transportationmatters.
have a woods pasture which can be April.
should reflect that, if they could have .
used by cattle. If left unburned for a The Columbia County Fair offers a
their wish, the expense of guarding Captain B. F. Walker, of Iamonia,
few years, the growth of underbrush premium for the best bale of home-
against fire would probably be increased. one of the most successful farmers in
would soon become so dense, particu- I made hay.
The vast loss of frequently Leon hasn't
property, so county, bought a poundof
larly in Florida, that the country The area planted in strawberries in
I incurred in the timber districtsof meat nor a bushel of corn in fifteen
could not be grazed, and the native Columbia will be increased
county largely
the Northwest, as well as in the prai- years. The farmer who raises his
grasses, as coarse as they are, would this
rie country,indicates very plainly what year. own meat and bread is really inde-

soon be destroyed. It is true that a would occur in Florida if the sparsely Up to August 29th seven bales of pendent.-Floridian. .

light growth of the other grasses: would settled sections of the State shouldbe cotton had been received at Tallahassee There is a bunch of pearl millet on

come on, and that these would be
covered with a dense growth of un- warehouses.The exhibition at Sinclair's real estate
sheltered from the effects of frost in
derbrush. No prudent farmer or fruit area of strawberries will be agency that 1 is over thirteen feet in
the winter. But the would be
grower would neglect to protect himself largely increased in the Lake Regionthis height. It was grown on Mr. H. A.Adams' .
so scanty, and would be reached by
in each recurring spring from the season. farm near Lake Underhill.
cattle with so much difficulty, that the
risk of the total destruction of his An Orlando gentleman is preparingto It is truly a curiosity, and adds
for cattle, through most of the
range list of Florida'sgrand
premises. No animallit"e, no productsof small another proof to the
start a strawberry patch of
States would be
greatly impaired in .
human industry, except a ditch or 80,000 plants. possibilities.Sentinel.The
value, taking all the seasons together,
in Florida
new capital
an embankment, would be safe beyondthe
well filled
Barns with
who will fence and homegrowncorn
any protect limits of that protection.TheSpring. I during the first six months of the
from fire for a few years a piece of and hay are not as rare in South
present year, was $981,000, against
land, leaving it "in the rough," will' Florida as formerly.A $479,900 during the same time last

learn this faet very certainly. So long NOTES FROM TAMPA HAY. tannary has been started at Fort than double. It is evi-

of cattle The rains have ceased, and we are for the of hides, year-more
as our present system growing Myers curing alligator dent that the "freeze" did not put

shall continue, the custom of burningthe getting quite dry. You can take this snake skins, fawn skins, etc. down the brakes with sufficient forceto

woods will be "dry" any way you please, and it will
for the
kept up, one The Seville Gazette says the orange stop the train which, on the con-

system is dependent upon the other. apply appropriately. But we are pa- crop in that section will be fully two- trary, goes faster than ever.
tiently waiting for the "good time com-
The time when both systems shall be thirds of what it was last year. The results from the vineyards in

abandoned is ing"-this winter, you know. Oh,
strictly a question of The long continued bad weather has this vicinity during the past season
of yes, it is bound to come; "history repeats -
comparative density population.From .
caused the business the will be
sponge fishing to were so satisfactory acreage
itself; "every dog has! his day.
motives of mistaken economy, come to a standstill on the Gulf.J. greatly increased. The black Ham-
If we have as good a "run" this as
and from wish for better
a things,
and other varieties
Mitchell, living near Daytona, burg, ,
last winter, now that our head man is
which is
natural with
so most men,
and the fruit
have borne
from white Marseillestree finely
gathered one
hand bent and determined to
on open
is that will be
probable a change
2,800 five bushels of this brought fancy prices in the market,
up, spread out, and develop an immense or figs
brought about before the country shall thus encouraging the hope. that the
tract of the prettiest and most season.
be prepared for it, even when it shall is not far distant when the culti-
desirable tropical and healthful sectionof Lemons are being picked and packedfor day
be made a subject of"local option" by vation of the vine will prove to be
the Gulf coast, we begin to feel] shipment North at Fort Myers,
counties. We cannot materially im-
of the most lucrative of our industries. -
much encouraged to toot on the old Monroe county. Guavas are beginning -
prove our present stock of cattle underour Waldo Advertiser.As .
bugle ; and the good things which I to ripen. -
present system, it is true ; but un- an evidence of the longevity of
will be able to say cannot fail to at- A small caterpillar, similar to the
til existing relations of the value of the life of the grape in our climatewe

land with the value of labor shall have tract the invalid and the homeseekerboth army worm, but not half so large, has that informed
state we are on
and all. Our people have not made its in force in some may
different of
changed,a system growing appearance good authority, that an Isabella vine
cattle will prove to be unprofitable, stopped to ask questions, or to surmise, portions of Pensacola, and is deotroy- at Magnolia
planted thirty years ago ,
except under peculiar circumstances. or "air castle, but have gone ahead lug all tender vegetation.Mr. .
in condition
is now a most flourishing ,
High breeding requires "high" farm- and built many new houses, repairedold Dubois,of Tallahassee, informsthe although no attention has been givento

ing; high farming, as the term is ones, and opened new public reads, Tallahassean that he sold last year it for many years past. Anotherin
and cleared land and
usually understood, has always been planted trees, from his vineyard, near that city, the same vicinity is supposed, on
otherwise for the future
unprofitable on low-priced land with. prepared great $1,200 worth of cuttings, and this very good evidence, to be seventy
which awaits the "famous" little
high-priced labor. We except, of ninsula-Pinellas pe year he will market from the same years old. Both these vines have at-

course, special agricultural industries, WM. P. NEELD. 2,000 gallons of first-class wine, worth tained an immense growth, and giveno

such as fruit or truck growing. On August 30th, 1886. $4,000 at least. igns of decay.Green Cove Spring


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]7VIarZ l\eMn : dogs, where they ought togo, for their lars ahead, but I ought to be a few cause for all complaints made, and buta
extortions and shortsightedness.You thousand. .Still I have cultivated my small fraction of the sufferers heard
can ship a barrel of cabbagefrom orange grove while growing my vege- from. But has there not been too
TI 1tEST. Chicago to New York for twenty- tables and my trees are materially much acrimony shown against the rail-
eight cents. We pay ninety cents, for benefitted by fertilizers not taken up roads ? What has the grower and
Vegetable and Freight Hates.
about the same distance of transpor- by the vegetables. I do not intend to shipper gained by it? The railroads
I have read with interest the letterof tation; over three hundred per cent. throw up the sponge, and, like many have been denounced as extortioners,
M. L. D. Geiger and others in the Why should this be? Can they assign : others, say truck cannot be grown thieves and highway robbers, demand-
Banner of some weeks ago. The j any reason other than that they have' successfully in Florida, and blame ing the substance of the producers.The .
matter of truck-growing in Florida is us in their power and are disposed to Florida with the whole matter, but on ilroiids make no reply,and these
grand success as is clearly demonstrated -. use and abuse us? The facts are the other hand I say we can and we writers reassert their charges, saying
by the fair prices our truck sifted down to this. The Governmentand must and will have transportationthat they are enjoying their ill-gotten gains
sells for after Charleston, Savannahand the State built these roads by land will enable us to market our and preparing for worse robbery.
Norfolk commence sending for- grants and we are taking every dollar truck at paying prices. I feel confident Howand who would the railroads reply -
ward their shipments. Up to this that we can raise from sales of our that the managers of our present to? They could not reply to each
date tomatoes are selling from seventyfive lands and all that we can borrow to roads are too intelligent and can see private or public complaint. But all
cents to $1.50 per crate, which is make truck and oranges to keep them too far ahead to allow the truckgrowing this complaint has in it the germ of almost -
a good paying price if it was not all running. How long is this state of industry to be strangled. We incalculable benefit, to both the
taken to pay freights and commis- affairs to exist? It will be until we want concert of action, we want the farmers and the railroads,not only in a
sions.When are driven to the necessity of growingall truckmen and everybody who has any financial sense, but in good will be-
we planted cotton we could that we consume. or perish. interest in Florida to meet in mass and tween the two. This talk has stirredup
ship a bale of cotton to New York, Thousands of crates of tomatoes and express their grievances. Take these the farmers and set them thinking.Let .
weighing 350 to 400 pounds for fifty carloads of melons have been left to facts before officers of transportation us have more of it, provided, the
cents; we now pay ninety cents freighton rot in the fields because the freightsare companies and see if we cannot effecta farmers mean to benefit by it. If not,
a barrel of cabbage weighing 100 so high that we are afraid to ship change, and a radical one at that. in the name of decency, keep still, and
to 135 pounds; forty-five cents on a them. When, if the transportation Announce a meeting of the truck let the transportation companies take i
crate of tomatoes weighing fifty companies had put down the rates at growers of Marion county at the court all they can get, and don't show an
pounds, or-'a crate ot beans of thirty- 50 per cent. less than they are, all of house in Ocala. Let us organize and utter lack of capacity and business
five or forty pounds. We pay two this truck would have been shipped hold a county convention, confer with ability, and inability to cope with any
and a half cents commission on cotton, off*, and the proceeds applied in developing other counties and( hold a State convention obstacle that may get in the way. The
fifteen cents drayage. We pay five the country in divers ways.I at Gainesville, Sumterville, railroad managers have shown their
cents drayage on a crate of tomatoes, shipped 261 barrels of Irish pota- Leesburg, Orlando ')r any other point; grit, their capacity and ability to grapple -
beans, etc., sold on the dock that is toes, as fine as ever grew in this or invite the officers of the different with and overecome obstacles.
frequently never put on a dray except : any other country. The gross sales transportation companies to meet withus They are business men of integrityand
after it is sold, and the purchaser may amounted to $948.75. Of this amount in the State convention, appoint ability ; are personally respected,
have it carried to his place of busi- $386.48 went to pay freights, commis- committees to conter with them and trusted and admired, and a credit to
ness. Why we should pay his cartageI sion and cartage; $94.87 for commis put these matters squarely before any community they may be in. But
cannot understand. On the other sions, $26.10 for cartage and $265.50 them. They are as much interestedin there is a screw loose somewhere, for
hand the cotton had to be drayed to I' for freights. Now you can see where this matter as we are, and am sure the Fame may be truthfully said of the
the warehouse. Here is where muchof the money goes. The transportation they can and will help us out in our farmers.
the fault lies, and much of the companies, commission men and drays efforts. I hope some one else will give Now if there has been any practical
trucker's money goes into commission- get nearly 50 per cent. of the truck- their views upon this subject and urge remedy for( the trouble suggested, I
men's pockets, and the great cry is, er's hard earnings. Another little those interested to attend. To say have not seen it. Will you pardonmy
you can't grow vegetables profitablyin shipment sent to one commission those interested, means every man, presumption fur offering you one ?
Florida. It seems to me that the house (and I must say as good a firmas woman and child in the State who has There must be a peginningsomewhere,
commission people and the transpor- there is in the business) of ten the welfare of Florida at heart. So and unless there is some system to
tation companies are trying hard to crates cucumbers and eleven crates i let them turn out and show by their work to, it is bound to fall to pieces.
kill the goose that lays the golden egg tomatoes. Cucumbers sold for $1 per presence that they are in sympathywith My suggestions may not be worth con-
in their baskets. crate, tomatoes at 225. Gross sales, this great interest. Every land sidering, but if they are not, will some
The transportation companies are $34.75. Check to balance, $15.83. owner, real estate agent, merchant, one offer something that is. For instance -
driving the truck-growers out of the Commission at eight per cent., as this banker, mechanic, hotel man and la- say an organization called the
business by their high rates of freight, firm only charges eight per cent., borer are all alike interested in the Growers' and Shippers' Protective As-
and let's see where they will land. $27.79. Freights and cartage, $16.14. success of truck and fruit-growing in sociation, or other suitable title, be or- 1
To-day they are hauling into Floridaall I should like to be able to do this Florida. I hope, Mr. Editor, that ganized in each county. But it must
(or nearly so) the corn, oats and matter justice, but, my dear sir, I am you will comment upon the few points have a head. I suggest, presumingon
hay used by the truck and fruit-growers not competent to the task. I have presented and give us your the good nature of our editor, that
and haul our cabbage, tomatoes These are a few facts, not the ex- views. I know you are largely inter- he call about him a few practical
and general truck to Northern mar treme ones. All my sales foot up the ested and have the welfare of Florida, business farmers and business men,
kets. When we are forced by this same way. I only mention these as and especially Marion county, at (or in case he could not do it, to trans-
high rate of freight to abandon the they are fresh in my memory. I heart.-E. D. P., in Ocala Banner. fer the honor to some one that can and
truck business we will turn our atten- I should like to see every trucker in H.H will do it), draw up a comprehensive )
tion to raising corn, oats and hay, and the State come out and give his experience PRODUCERS AND RAILROADS. constitution and by-laws for a State
A Plan for Reaching Railroad Managers. organization, and a brief practical constitution -
\ that will cut short their freights on : in facts and figures. Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH.N for county organizations, con-
that score. When we have been I Now, I am not sore because I have During the past few months, throughthe forming with the State organization,
driven from growing truck they will lost money on my crops or anythingof medium of your excellent paper, the main object of which shall be to
have no cabbage, potatoes, beans, etc., I the kind, but I write this communication as well as some others, there has beena get more favorable rates and service
to cart to Eastern and Western mar in common justice to myselfand great deal of complaint made against from the transportation companies.After .
the have
I by-laws, etc.,
kets. We will be a happy, prosperous the great interests of Florida. the common carriers of freight, from drawn up, let them consider themselves
people, raising all that we con- With all the heavy figures on the ex- this State to the North and East. temporary officers of the organization,
sume, while the railroads will go to the ,pense side, I am a few hundred dol- There is no question but there is just I make it their business to find some man

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in each county.or as many as possible FERTILIZERS. .seeding, an advantage would probablybe
that will take hold and work up fertilizers.: : In discussing Florida agricultural gained, although by some persons

an organization in his county, and getas FERTILIZERS matters we are frequently required to the grass is claimed to be a better fertilizer -
many members as can be procured, FOR COTTON.
Professor White of the defend our advantages from the asper- than Rye or oats
and if taken hold of right, every county Georgia Ag- peas. may
and neighborhood paper in the State ricultural College, gives the following sions of those who intimate that the also be planted in the autumn, and an
will lend their invaluable aid to the results of his recent experiments in soil of Florida is so light that nothingcan almost continuous growth may be

enterprise, and it can be made a suc- fertilizing cotton : be grown here except at great ex- kept up.
cess. After a certain number of coun- pense for fertilizers. It may be true Of one should begin the
"Financially all the nitrogenousmatters course, no
ties have beeh heard from as organized,
the number to be decided by the State pay well for their use. In that, in some portions of the State, the planting of an orchard without apply-

organizers, the county societies can this respect they rank as follows : soil is nothing but sand, with little or ing tertilizers liberally when the young

elect complement of permanent State Cotton-seed meal, dried blood,sulphateof no vegetable matter, but in much the trees are first set out, unless the soil is
officers. Let such officers as the duty ammonia, raw bone, nitrate of soda. larger portion the sand has in it, not of unusually good quality. This is
may devolve upon, appoint a time and only a large proportion of vegetable desirable the
place for each county organization to Cotton seed meal may be regarded as to give young plants a
send a delegate to select a committee, the best and cheapest nitrogenous fer- matter, but also a considerable proportion good send off, and to cause a good
to confer with the railroad managersin tilizer for cotton. of lime. We do not, of course, growth of grass in the first year. The

regard to the complaints of whichwe "The second experiment was to de- .. allude to the large areas of hammock proper management of green fertilizersis
have heard so much. The detailsof termine the relative agricultural and and pine land, underlaid with rotton a matter about which persons will
such committees' duties be discussed
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at least in a general way, by all economical value of different forms( and Jimestone, which are equal in fertilityto differ in opinion ; but in whatever man-
the delegates from the county societies. combinations of phosphoric acid. The any lands in the United States, or to ner the growth may be disposed of, we
Statistics could easily be gathered from result showed that all forms of phos- the counties in Middle Florida which are confident that few who may push

each county society, showing the probable phatic manure increased the yield ; in have but little sand, and in which a the system as far as it can be used will
increase of production under more order of excellence the forms of phos- clay soil is almost universal. But we have cause to regret their action. In
rates and service the
favorable just
causes for complaint shown, and va- phate stand : Steamed bone and Or- speak more particularly of the soil in its use, the Southerner has an advan-

rious other points of interest to both hilla guano, soluble phosphate, rererted. East Florida, in the counties lying tage over the Northern fruitgrowerwhich
parties brought out, and all talked .phosphate, floats. Economically along the lower St. Johns river, with in large sections of Florida, is

over in a businesslike manner. Then considered soluble phosphate and which we are familiar. i a full equivalent for an apparent poverty -
the railroad would have to
some one
talk with and to,some one to representto Orchilla guano paid well, and revert- The greater portion of this section I of soil-a poverty which is also,
them their patrons' wants aud re- ed phosphate still less; the use of floats I has a sandy top soil, underlaid, at va- in many instances, more in Appearance

quirements, and an amicable settle- was attended with actual money loss. rious depths, with clay. On such than in reality.-The Spring.

ment, understanding and agreement : "The object of the third experimentwas soils, we contend that, with a judicioususe MANURING GROWING. CROl'S.!
could be arrived at, and no doubt the to determine the relative agricul- of the fertilizer provided by nature, While it is always best to apply ma-
railroad would be ready to meet them
more than half-way. tural and economic values for cotton crops of fruit may be grown at as nure on plowed land, and work thor-

Such an organization could be- of the principal potash salts sold in little expense as in the stronger soils oughly into the soil, there are occa-
after or before finishing its mission- commerce, muriate of potash and kai- of more Northern States. The lengthof sions when circumstances prevent the

turned into a permanent Agriculturaland nit. The conclusion reached was that our warm season enables us to secure work being done as desired after the
Horticultural Society to the last-
ing benefit of the State. agriculturally and economically kainitis from two to three months longer crops have been planted. There are

The question is asked why Californiacan superior to muriate of potash as a period of growth, for plants which can methods by which this may be done

ship produce so much greater distance source of potash for cotton. be used as fertilizers for fruit trees, profitably. One is to use commercial

at almost equal cost. They "To test the results of fertilizing with than can be obtained in the Northern fertilizers, applying in the hill around
never did do it till a similar organization with States and when used with judgmentand
cheap composts compared equal the plant, working well into the soil,
the above formed which
to was ,
of commercial skill, this advantage places our where the of the
accomplished the results so much desired quantities high-priced so as to place it roots
here. That I know from personal fertilizers, and to test the relative:, values soils fully on an equality with the best plant can reach it. A very small

knowledge, and but for intelligent, or- of cotton seed and cotton-seed mealin soils for orchards which can be foundin quantity applied in this way will afford

ganized effort, they, today, would haveno composts, an experiment was trod 1, the :North.If aid very materially in securing a
better rates or service than we with the following result: The mixture any one will fence in a piece of more rapid growth. The second is the
have. As another result of organizedeffort
we see California fruits success- containing the cotton-meal made the fairly good soil, with a growth upon it use of the liquid manure. This can be

fully and profitably placed on the highest yield ; that containing cotton of pine trees and wire grass, and, after applied at any time. Care must be
Eastern and Northern markets, when made the next }highest ; both exceededthe clearing away the natural growth,shall taken not to use it too strong, or to
Florida fruits and vegetables will not yield from the commercial fertilizers plow portion, leaving a portion un- allow it to come in close contact with

pay the freight and cartage, and that, used in competition ; financiallythe cultivated, he will quickly set upon the leaves and stems. My plan is to
too, when the Florida products are ofa
far superior quality There are but cotton-seed meal mixture paid the plowed portion a growth of crab stir up the soil as fine as possible, then

r few Californians so dishonest as to best ; the seed mixture the next best. grass, at first thin and stunted. By apply the manure late i in the evening.
deny that fact, when given a fair com- The commercial fertilizers used in this turning under this growth regularly A good stirring of the soil the next

parison.My instance barely paid for their use. before seeding, but allowing]] : it to seed morning will aid materially in placingthe
suggestions are merely crude "The effects of different quantitiesof occasionally, he will find that with fertilizer where it will do the most
hints. The possibilities of such or-
ganized effort are so vast they could the same ammoniated feitilizer upon each year the grass will grow more good. I have had good success with
not be treated on in an article like cotton was demonstrated thus : The vigorously until, within a few years, a both methods. The third plan is to
this. I am no champion of railroads, same fertilizer was applied to different growth will be obtained which will apply fine, well rotted manure after

(I have paid twenty cents per mile for sections in quantities equal to 100, give a cutting of several tons of hayto the crop has been planted or sown.. t
being jolted a rough road)
over my 200, 300 and 400 pounds per acre. In the acre. The growth on the uncultivated Care should be taken to make it fine,
interests are all in growing and ship-
ping oranges and I would be glad to this i instance the fertilizers paid well portion will then be but lit and to spread as evenly as possible. i

pay $1.00 or any sum that would not in every case. About three hundred tle better than when the land was first This plan has produced good results

prevent any farmer becoming a mem- pounds to the acre appears to be the cleared. This improved growth is due with corn and potatoes. The cultiva-
ber of some society, that was thor- right quantity that pays best under to the increased fertility of the soil, tion given the crops works the manure
oughly imbued with a determinationto
accomplish the objects roughly ordinary conditions and with usual caused by turning under the growth of thoroughly into the soil, and where the

pointed out above-and more-the culture." grass, and the system can be so usedas plants can derive a considerable ben-

membership fee would be a necessity, Professor White says the. result ofI as to supply almost all the nourishment efit. Coarse, fresh manure should not
it could not be carried out without I his experiments demonstrates that nitrogenous required by orchard trees. If an occasional be used, but if you have a quantity of

money. Yours for criticisms, matter under corn does not I crop of peas should be sowed well rotted manure it will pay well to
Brown's Groves,Palatka, Fla.,August 19, '86., pay. and mowed or turned under before apply it.-Exchange.

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SEPTEMBER 6, 1886.] THE FLORIDA DISPATCH.= (0 07JVCiscellaneous

] I sorts, a genuine semitropical climatefor them. All field crops were ruined Highlands. This water, when it was

invalids, and any amount of fish I except sugar canes, which were badly first diverted, had but little value. As
RAILROADS, TROPICAL FRUITS, ETC and bivalves. Ours is the country for prostrated, and late planted sweet po the country settled up it became more
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: invalids, tourists, sportsmen and capi- tatoes. The early ones with tubers valuable. They divided the stream
You may or may not know that for talists; and just now we have the finest approaching maturity all rotted. All into "hours," each owner of land to be

several years-eight or ten-I contributed I orange groves in the State. I don't the banana plants, and nearly all the irrigated claiming use to the whole

to the columns of the DISPATCH ask you to believe anything, but ask peach, plum, fig and other such trees stream in prop 'rtion to the acreage of ,
from Tampa Bay or Pinellas. you to come and see us this fall, ye were leveled, and the few orange trees each. They took turns using the
I had tired of writing of a speculator's folk wanting new homes, I mean. were badly injured and many were water, and the land to be irrigated required -
country. Maybe the good things said Yours truly, killed. The St. Johns river rose to all the water to be kept ru n-

induced the speculators to take hold. WM. P. N. an unprecedented height, and so vast ning steadily.

Well, they have been the curse of all ABOUT .STOIC.Editor 4 was the volume of water to be discharged Now, does the Chronicle desire to .
Florida. Let's have a law doubling of FLORIDA DISPATCH. that it did not subside to its take away this water and give it to
taxes on all over 160 acres of one Now that the demon of the hurri- usual level till the following spring. some riparian owners below, or to

man's land, and let's make these wild cane which lately wrought such widespread Such a gale now, considering the magnitude some people who come later?
lands of the speculators pay the road destruction along the seaboardof of the orange interest, wouldbe Who has the best right to that
money, which is hereafter to be raised Texas has passed by, the C. H. more calamitous than several water? Is it right to take it from the
by taxation (I hope). Let's have a anticleer of the Times-Union hops freezes like thatof last winter. What old settler and give it to the new ?

Railroad Commission, and compel the upon the fence and pours out his usual has happened once may come again, It is true that a water right in one
corporations to deal fairly with our triumphal crow-for what? Not in and this. is all that prevents a jump of these ditches is worth 81,000 an

truckers. There is nothing fair in a humble thankfulness that Florida has upon the fence, a flopping' of wings hour.Is.

railroad taking all the earnings of our mercifully escaped the bosom of the and a hearty and prolonged Times- that.any reason why. it should be
peopaA..tailroad company charges storm fiend, but to proclaim to all the Union crow fromUPRIVEH taken away from the present owners
enormous rates>* **t-uesides. says we world the buncome announcementthat CORRESPONDENT. and given to some new-comer ?
them ttieSiv- .. .
must guarantee .
do ; andwhat his pet State happens to lie in a \VIIAT II RATER COSTS IN CALI- These same settlers have been mon-
they guarantee uststarveLion. Favored of the earth's surface
portion FORNIA. opolizing the land in that same sec-
I just want to know if you pro- never B'T"pwi,K that_ figurative instru- Another favorite scheme has been tion, so that new-comers can't get any .
pose to columns for the discussion ment. Does not lHis
open -
your t-v Umptuous for a dozen or fifteen men to combine of it. Wouldn't it be a good idea for
of these and other subjects of self-confidence savor slightly t of the
and "appropriate" all the water flowing the old settlers to turn over their or-
like radical ((1) nat re. I'm no "milk assurance with which a certain ancient i in
a given stream. Taking say chards and vineyards to the Chronicleand
and water" man. I hit hard and individual stood forth and "thanked
try ten days as the limit of time between the new-comers? Probably they
to tell the truth. Sometimes I "blow God he was not as other men?" The irregations, they would
so apportionthe would-for a consideration.Isn't .
up," and sometimes I "blow down" time may.come when the Times.Union water by hours, giving each one
it about time for the of
things. I growl when drouths prevail.I C. H. anticleer will feel the full force the entire flow of the stream for a cer- people
counties at least to
then grumble when deluges come, of the wise old caution, "Not to holler tain part of the ten days, that there all differences and stand drop
and I fairly "howl" when freezes and till you are out of the woods." If was no chance for) any one else to geta together on
this of
new phase water question which
blizzardssSwoop down us. But ever this gallant cock is
upon caughtout drop even for domestic use from the
requires the user of the
now I get around toward the old theme in the high woods-and by the stream. This, too, although not one of present
to it another
turn over to set of ?
-did I say "old ?"-well, let it go for Nemesis that makes arrant boasters the claimants was able to use onehalfthe
-Press and Horticulturist.
me ; but, really, it must never get, old, swallow their words, he ought to be- water apportioned( to him. These .
the subject of tropical fruitgrowing in in such a storm as visited the State in "prior appropriators," whom it wouldbe EXPERIMENT STATIONS. .

Florida, for we of these parts must August, 1871, there will be an exhi- courtesy to liken to highwaymen* The ideal Experiment Station wouldbe
keep that string to play on. I had as bition of wilted and bedraggled plu- have forced those who happened to a blessing indeed to the farmer. It

soon grow peaches, pears, Japan per- mage, and a plaintive squawk in a sottle in the country a little later than would be a fountain of knowledge to
simmons, etc., but really, think it too minor key, quite the reverse of the they did, either to pay exorbitant which he could scarcely apply without
warm down with us for that. We have highfalutin cock-a-doodle-doo that prices for() water rights, (81,000 an receiving benefit. It would be a placeto

had but little success in that line,while rings out so triumphantly among the hour is not an uncommon price), or which he might put questionson
our success in the other fruits beats the editorial dots of August 24th. else submit to be starved out. And all subjects connected with agriculture -

whole world's record I Yes, I mean it ; During this memorable tempest, these men who have realized fortunes with the surety of being truth-
come on with facts and figures, if you which lasted between two and three from the theft of water are fondest in fully and disinterestedly instructed as
can beat my record. I don't mean in days, the wind blew with such force the demand for the protection of their to all that is known on the subject.

dollars and cents, but I mean in growthand that strongly built houses trembled to "vested rights"-the right, forsooth, Should an unfamiliar, destructive in-

production, and things possible. their foundations, and seemed at timesin to make a neighbor stand and deliver sect appear, the Experiment Station
But this letter is only introductoryonly danger of being swept away. The before he is allowed to enjoy a should be able to tell the farmer whatit

a prologue to a volley that may rain, accompanied by lightning and drop of that element put by the Crea- is, and how best to fight it. Does a
come after a while, provided I don't heavy thunder, fell in torrents. Im- tor in the springs and watercoursesfor farmer wish to know the merits of a

get this "bile" off my stomach. But, agine a very violent summer shower the benefit of all mankind.-San new grain or fruit, the Experiment
before I close, I wish to shoot a squibat prolonged for sixty hours and you Francisco Chronicle.Yes Station should be able to give him the
this thing of paper towns. I knowof have a fair idea of it. The driest sir, that is the case right here result of careful comparative trials.
several miserable stretches of flat- sand banks were saturated till they in San Bernardino county ; and whatis Does he desire to set out a collectionof

woods where are to be made great ((1)) became quagmires, and if a horse the Chronicle going to do about it ? ornamental trees, the Experiment

towns, where the citizens, I presume, stirred out of the road to pass arounda The early settlers in the county found Station should be able to show him

will engage in raising ducks, bullfrogs fallen tree, which were many and a stream of water coming out of the samples, of all, with the whole truth
and mosquitoes. Though we have promiscuous, he sank "belly deep," as Santa Ana canyon which carried from as to 1 their healthfulness or hardiness ;

some beautiful sites, enjoying advan- a Chinaman would say, and for once 1,600 to 2,000 inches of water in the and so on through the whole range of

tages ana attractions worthy of con- the celestial might plead guilty to an dryest season. They constructed agricultural matters. Not only so,
sideration, among which I may men- unintentional pun. The denizens of ditches and conveyed the water out but the Experiment Station report
tion water facilities for great shippingin the flatwoods had the advantage over upon the arid plains, and made the should give him practical informationon

connection with railroad outlets, and the dwellers among the "high rolling now prosperous and wealthy settle. many subjects of which he had

foreign commerce ; besides coast re- I pines" in having hard bottom under ments of Lugonia, Redlands snd not thought to ask.

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fIle ''orifa 'ispafch.JACKSONVILLE 1 TUB DISPATCH- IJOOMS.Mr. sight of competition. Charlie Da- SILK CULTURE.

--- -- ---- Buckley lietlrex. Costa has proved himself a businessman Through the courtesy of Prof.: C.
FLA., SEPT. 6, 1886.
._ Mr. Louis and of and V. Riley, we have received "Bulletin
------- --- W. Buckley, who for several manager great abilty
months past was the city editor of sagacity, and with the cultured Manville 9, Division of Entomology," of the Ag-

FROSTLESS CALIFORNIA..The the Morning News, has resigned his and the brilliant Buckley joinedto ricultural Department, entitled "The

Rural Californian says: "In position with this paper to take a his fortunes, he will reap the success Mulberry Silkworm," being a man-

many sheltered places in South Cal- place in the Business Department of he so richly deserves. He is a home ual of instructions on silk culture. It is

ifornia the banana plant is grown anda Messrs.' DaCosta & Manville's FLORIDA boy and has risen from the ranks by an excellent]] document and will be 01

profitable yield of fruit is secured, DISPATCH as manager of the ad character and energy. Success to the much interest to the silk-grower, who

r but it is not generally cultivated on vertising.Mr. admirable trio-Jacksonville Herald. no doubt, obtain it by applicationto
account of the occasional touches of .
Buckley was form'erly connected Department of Agriculture or
frost which visit 11IIODE ISLAND STATE FAIR.
And South
us. yet the Member of
with Congress
Chicago journalism, and came representing -
California is a "frostless region. The
here because of the illness of his wife. his district.
receipt of a of the Premium
banana is largely grown in Florida copy
for profit. He is an exceedingly practical man, List of the 66th Annual State Fair of bSl
with a sharp nose for news, and an ex- DROUGHT."The .
*-S4GOVERNDIENT : Rhode Island, through the courtesy of
PURCHASE OF troubles of the Florida
cellent or-
judgment in and
COCOONS. arranging Mr. C. Sydney Smith, of Providence.
ange growers are now being increasedby
The Commissioner of Agriculture presenting it. Night work and the From the vast array of premiums of- a drouth of nearly two months'

has been instructed to conduct cer- change of climate have taxed his fered it certainly looks as though duration, from the effects of which

tain experiments with automatic ma- strength and impaired his health, and farmers are encouraged to till the soil. the trees are suffering badly. Our
he enters his new position chiefly be- irrigating ditches are very handy in
chinery for reeling silk from the co Mr. Smith was for many years en-
coon. To enable him to prosecute cause of the necessity of escaping night gaged in agricultural pursuits in for- dry weather.-Rural Californian.

these experiments, he proposes to purchase work. We lose his services with regret mer years, though at present one of The above Florida drought. exit',

several thousand pounds of dry and wish him abundant successin the most successful business men of only in the i California.....(ever- h--d' morecopiod4a
his field of labor. facts are we. 'n a'---
cocoons. Those wishing to sell to the new -Jacksonville Providence. fS' than during the past

Government, should address the Commissioner Morning News. FERTILIZERS- .e-FOR FALL (;.l\U-_ "'trIng and summer.
for instructions. DENS. .
OUR FRIENDS OF THE DISPATCH CAP- Strawberry.go.dlenow.: : settingout NEW PAPERS.
GENEROUS OFFERS. TUKE A JOURNALISTIC PRIZE. plant] ,...flJirnext crop; iu thIs State
The Hernando News is an ably
The DISPATCH is able to announce Yesterday Mr. Louis W. Buckley otv r plants are re-set each year; the edited column
neatly printed, seven
through information furnished by Su- who has in berries will be .
for several mo sw.--11bly area planted quadrupled edited and
weekly, published at
perintendent Julius Hayden, that the position
and acceptably of this season. Fall gardens are
Brooksville,Florida,by the proprietor,
Jacksonville and Atlantic Railway city and iie\a editor of the Morning also in preparation. The merits of
Pratt Bros. & Luning.The .
Company will give a big excursion to News,severed his connection with that the several fertilizers are being dis-

Pablo Beach, Tuesday (to-morrow), paper, and on the same day assumedan cussed by our gardeners, and trade in Emporia Advance, is a lively

September 7, running six trains, and important and responsible. position fertilizer which has been dull since country weekly, published at Emporia,
the entire receipts are to be given for Florida. M. L. Eldridge, editor and
with Messrs\ DaCosta & Maiivill\ as the June grove application is lookingup.
benefit proprietor, was the of the
the of the Charleston sufferersby manager
manager of the Advertising Department A large quantity of fertilizers
the late earthquake Everybody etc., of the FLORIDA DISPATCH. will be used for gardening purposesin Emporia Gazette before its removalto

should go. Mr.\ Buckley leaves the Morning News the next ninety days. Seville.
INSECTICIDE. with the best of good feeling, and is .. Florida is the significant name of a
In letter the Rural Californian WHAT SHALL I DO WITH MY well filled
a long to being led only by a desire to escape OKAftGES? bright, paper. Hailingfrom

Mr. D. W. Coquillett, gives night work, which affects him injuri- Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: Bridgeport, Putnam county,
the results of a series of carefully con- I have about one thousand crates of henceforth to be issued monthly.

ducted experiments with various insecticides ously.We Mr.\ the best oranges to sell this fall. Now I ask .
regard Buckley as
advice where to ship to and howto
and their effect the your WATER 011. FERTILIZERS.The .
upon all round in this
newspaper man city. crate them and whether to wrap
White Scale of California. Amongthe With the most extended experienceupon them. I have some as fine as thereare San Francisco Chronicle says

remedies used were potash, caustic the Chicago dailies, and other in the State. How would the that in distributing water for irrigat-

so\)la, hard and soft soap, kerosene, stirring lines of business in other Florda Fruit Exchange do, and do ing purposes in Southern California,it

tobacco, vinegar and Paris green. He cities, Mr.\ Buckley combines admir- they generally get very good prices is calculated that one inch of water will
for( fruit ? I thought of shipping to
found kerosene emulsion to be the suffice for ten One thousand dol-
able taste and acres.
judgment intelligence
them. What are their terms? If you
only remedy that proved alike fatalto and along with it the most patient and should recommend them, have themto lars per inch is the average value affixed -

insects and eggs.. conscientious industry. He is brainy, send me stencils and instructions. to the title to water, or at the

MOVING THE ORANGE CROP. energetic and reliable, and is a gentleman Very truly yours WM., SMIDDY. rate of$100 per acre, although sales

It is now conceded on all hands of character and noble impulses, Masscotte,Sumter County, Fla.,July 27,'86.( are daily made at from $150 to $400

that we shall have, certainly one-half springing from a kindly heart EugeneField If you can get a fair price for your per acre, said lands being absolutely

and probably two-thirds the usual the famous Chicago author and fruit in the grove or delivered near at worthless without water. At this fig-

crop of oranges the coming winter. journalist, paid Mr. Buckley the com- hand, by all means dispose of it in ure, the value of water in San Diego

The fruit will be unusually fine in pliment of saying that he was born for this way. If you cannot do this, county aggregates the enormous sum

quality and appearauce, and owing to journalism, and was the best dialectwriter you must! forward them to be sold on of $1,300,000,000; while the water of

its large size in bulk the crop will fall in the Northwest. Mr. Buckley commission, taking your chances as Los Angeles county, where the valua-

but little, if any, short of last year's is the author of "Zeke Blodgett's, other growers have done. Send a tion is$3,000 per inch,is worth $2,400-

production. In sixty days the fruit Yarns" and other popular sketches. portion to the Fruit Exchange and the 000,000.

will begin to move. Already com- We think our esteemed friends of the remainder to commission merchantsof Florida spends $75,000 annually for

mission men are looking up Florida DISPATCH have captured a prize, and whom you hear best reports. The fertilizers, which, if our natural resources -

trade, and the time has come when we heartily congratulate them. Fruit Exchange did well, comparatively were utilized, could all be pro-

transportation lined set their respectiverates With such an addition to the work- speaking, by us last season, others duced at home; yet our California con-

and advantages before the or- ing force of the DISPATCH, always the have not been satisfied. Theircharge temporaries would have it appear thatit

ange growers through the public great leading and representativeweekly is the usual commission of ten cost the Florida farmer and fruit.

prints preparatory to the active personal of the State, will take another per cent. Write A. M. Ives, manager, grower as much for fertilizers as it

canvass of their agents. long bound forward and be out of for stencils, etc. does the Californian for water.

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CURRENT COMMENT.l're8ervlll'g' I Ii i The consequence was, that most of the and enclose a postal card, I will send /nb1iS1jir'5 jeparJnltllf(

: ra Gardening1 on i plants drowned out. In the fall I had his address. W. C. STEELE.
High line Land.-Latitude:forOrangeN.Setting
ditches dug thirty feet apart, eighteen Switzerland, Fla. RATES OF ADVERTISING.On .
: Strawberries. I .
; .-The Freight Question. I to twenty-four inches. deep, and run- Lime from Sea Shells. application. j

.Comment, Etc. : ning into a common outlet along one A asks if good lime Vubaeription $2.00 per annum,in advance.In .
clubs of six or more, $1.50 each.
side. Plants set flat on the land be-
AThe of for fertilizing purposes can be made
system preserving oranges as To Subscribers.
tween these ditches last fall did not
practiced in, Italy] might be, easily from sea shells? See printed slip on your paper (wrapper)
suffer from drouth in May and June, Note date of the expiration of your subscription -
adapted to our, climate., Build a house Personal. and if in arrears please remit.
nor from excessive rain in July. They

a V with ,good
for in subscribers to the DISPATCH,will receive -
some. arrangement warming case
J ing legal lights of Lakeland, and f
made thousands
of A
plants. very on application a colored map of Florida
ofjfreezingj# weather. Have series of
; successful of whose real estate firm manage to sell free. Scale eighteen miles to the Inch.
around the sides and the grower my acquaintancewill
biPPI through
not set any strawberry plants except plenty of paying "dirt" and orange SPECIAL CLUB RATES.We .
middle and arranged one above the club THE DISPATCH with any paperor
in this State arrived in the
on high land. He says the fruit groves periodical published in the United Statesor
other to the ceiling so as to economize Great Britain. Prices on application.
: city yesterday on business, intent.
much earlier and better
ripens so
on Remittances should 'be sent by Check,
The bins be foot
space. might a deep .
Money Order, Postal Note or Registered Letter
the land that he will not
grow ,addressed to
deaeh, containtwo of .
ai layers oranges.I Grain for Fall Sowing.
any more on low land. I did not ad- C. W. DaCOSTA, Publisher,
hope some one, who has a good packing Now is the time to sow oats, rye, TAOlrMl'iIVTT.T.1I' FT.A.
vocate setting plants below the surfaceon
.house will test this plan in a small barley, etc., for winter pasture and
rtthe wet, but on dry land, and there I TO ADVERTISERS.It .
coming season. harvest. Seed can be obtained from
am sure it would be a benefit. is conceded by successful business men
W. A. Bours our enterprising and re- and experienced advertisers that advertise-

:J:wish C. H. G. had visited this settlement liable seedsman. See his special in ments inserted in class publications ensure a
-- return for the invested than
greater money
in the shipping season this The freight question is still attract- an other column. when brought to the attention of the public

V ", \\71 >*9LCWe could have. shown him ing great attention. The comparisonof a through other mediums. THE FLORIDA DISPATCH

goo Irrigation. : being devoted to the agricultural and
drown on high pine land
without rates given by your correspondentin in- general industrial interests of the South and
There is a general demand for
.any! m'Ucs.And
it is not high Washington D. C. show the to immigration, circulates very largely
hammock, and has ben,for,. .,, formation concerning the applicationof among planters and gardeners,and persons
rafter injustice of the present tariff. He is who are seeking new homes, and therefore
year until enclosed for cultiva-- irrigation to our soils, particularlyour
i also ,isht in saying that it is time offers special advantages as an advertising
tion. That the tomato, cucumber and high pine lands. Will not such medium to seedsmen, nurserymen and flo-
something was done about
squash crops grown on such land was rates for I of our readers as are using or have rl'ts, dealers in fertilizers and agricultural
the present season. Talk will not accomplish Implements, real estate agents and railroad ..
not profitable this year was owing to anything. Some one opportunities for observing wind mills, and steamboat companies.

the Jate season and other circumstances must steam artesian wells, or other
pumps ---- -- ----
take the lead and work an
,,not to the quality of the soil. The ization which shall include organ-fruit means of irrigation, favor us with some VICI.

V crops, grown by the use of commercial and in every account of their success, especially Shakespeare said, "Perdition take f
vegetable-grower the State.
fertilizer, were large and of good quality giving the method adopted for convey- thee," our friends kindly remark "Pro-
The "idea" advanced "
by D. M. is take thee. There the
gression are
.,and at prices formerly realized ing and applying the water, statingthe
good, but probably not practicable.It signs of progression and success
effectiveness of the work and the
would have been
satisfactorily profit-
the columns and
would hardly be possible to induce stamped along r
V able. That more muck is not used visit cost per acre. Such information through the books of a journal that
buyers to truck garden in
here is not because it cannot be had, would be of great value to those pro- cannot be contradicted by i its enemies, I
the State and
buy a crate here and
for it is abundant, but because the half dozen there. But if all posing to put in irrigating apparatus, should it possess any. These signs are -

growers find it cheaper to use commercial growerswere and in this way the most efficient and NEW ADVERTISEMENTS, .
combined into one association
fertilizer than to dig and haul least expensive methods can be broughtout. and increasing subscription lists. The
they might have an in Jack-
the muck. agency FLORIDA DISPATCH now takes unto'

sonville and ship everything there, >. '___' .-_ -j___ _' _- ..- ..y,... """_!_ """"' -r- itself, like the cheerful bridegroom, I

As and sell all at one place, each lot on the vestures of rejoicing and content-,
to going below the
twenty-ninth i its merits.I JVEeteoroIogical. ment, with bringing of the bride, suc-

parallel to locate for the purpose of cess, to the manse. It deserves it, and

growing oranges, there is no nee' of .._'...,. therefore feels no embarrassment in

that. We are only ten miles from have just received a letter from a 4 'Jaq'J'U.U1. ..:c..:-a"ptis. accepting. As a proof of the "boom"of
i3. -
Orange Park but we can show today 1 gentleman in the State of New York, CO. r'_ 9'J'819 a JO.q.,saaevo::as as UUw 0 0--as. ttX tta the journal, we call attention, in
H Publisher's the
coco our Department to
as thrifty groves as can be found in who is looking for a location to starta xa
visible of
substantial bride.
signs a
OM .
the State of their age, we challenge I canning factory. He wants to go C x 'J PlmnH n'UP RIc I GO 15 oo
comparison. We also have some very' where he can have green peas two _. >:0 D "3 new, two others being contracted for

months in c..C= o I ..,...,. o 3t but the too late for
thrifty Sicily lemon trees growing, the year. The outlook in m : 1POIaA: [ S"s copy arriving pub-
Np4 "tj
that are from ten to fifteen feet highin" this State is not very favorable at ) O .. -d'C lication. The list will be swelled each

!C a< : 'uon:>aJJU >>> asQC week until, like Benjamin Franklin,
W;;IJ 1c
fear. Florida
of truckers will o
spite last winter's blizzard. C. present, o mm12cflzzw founder of certain sciences, each en-

H. G.'s advice to turn more attention have to go into fruits more, and get U,00.5
to fruits other than the orange is good. cheap, small evaporators, which can I x '=.. 'sqjpajpnnqPUB C'8 g'588t- i .J5 the country will feel that he has discovered -
saqoni: uj . E=:
There l. has, been too much running toI be had for from $25 up as high as you <03:J 0 ... 'IIBJUIBJ .-nu ::: the only true science of adver-
I aSI is advertise in the DISPATCH.
one crop and when that failed all was I I choose to go, and dry their surplus St -- rns. tising
03t : None can gainsay the reliability,
4 0 ::'
lost. crops. A great many grow acres of 4 M.d I uaJ"l I_I".t-t-oot-a.O30OSO. -001- .0.= shrewdness, enterprise or understanding -

tomatoes at the North for canning fac- M... ,a.mti 0 of the gentlemen and firms here
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Mr. Perry does not quite understand tories at twenty-five cents per bushel, O O.cc.. rn .E-4::::1 I, Q) ;"Q:) named. Their choice of the DISPATCHas

my objection to bedding up for straw- and find it a very profitable crop. I Q: W,mJxuI.1 I oo""ooooc.o M o- !;O:o o-0 o a promising channel whereby their

....-Q wares will be conducted to buyers
berries. If beds six inches will ,
high am sure we can grow as good tomatoes r : Iv
-""a louder than clarion
.:= drain_ the patch, it cannot be called as can be grown anywhere. It wouldbe )1awOJ'Ug oo. ;; -.to. Oeo:! *). speaks tongue of
fame for the of this
MMD) nva ual go w advantages paper.
wet land. On my place, in the season better in that case to grow a larger I S a Q) We ask you merchants, bankers, nur-

of J885 I had beds over six inches and later variety, and the seed couldbe ..... .... ..... ..... i. ..... ..... aaa2S2 momto. serymen, real estate, special dealers,

high, and several times during the sown where the plants were wanted.If : : z
summer I saw water standing all over any association of growers wish to Q r.i"c"'..i...gCQ. "tj.d .... *CO mp 1 1. reaching buyers and sellers,
-=- H a: ""IG.r" the place six: inches deep, so that only correspond with the gentleman I have Q< :as- ....g"tj"tj d =='O display, dress, etc. We
'0353233:: type, are
here and there could a leaf be seen. mentioned, if they will write to me ;::: =,s ="E.Q =.wowmmtiH :: bound to make the DISPATCH a greater

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and still greater success and will spare as an advertising medium, so he sent Calcined Humus. DR. JOHN BULL'S'

neither expense nor time in building in the copy for a choice double-column The following() statement by Hon.

it to the desideratum. advertisement, that will be found on J. T. 'Voff'.rd, fe important and to the '

another page this week. Mr. Mc- point. Mr. Wofibrd is one of the Smith's Tonic Syrup
Conihe can be implicitly trusted by garden kings of the State :

who M the Florida Savings Bank, has any of our readers that will patronizehis FORT MASON, FLA., June 26. '8H FOR THE CURE OF

shewn his appreciation of the DIS- extensive hardware establishment, I have watched with great interest

PATCH by giving it a double column to do full justice to their orders. A the process of the manufacture of Cal- FEVER and AGUE

advertisement, setting forth his facili- good inspection of his card will repay cined Humus at Dr. Hick's works. I I Or CHILLS and FEVER

ties for collecting rents, buying and all. believe he has solved the problem of ,

selling real estate, money loaned, etc. BARRS, CLARK & TATE, fertilizing for our State. I have the i AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES.The .

He is the leading financier of the State wholesale and retail stationers and fullest faith in C. H., for these reasons : proprietor of this celebrated medicine

and so reliable and honorable that booksellers is the 1st. The material of whi h it is justly claims for it a superiority over all rem.
principal announce- edies offered to the for the SAFE
ever public ,
men cease to question in thought or ment of their new double-column advertisement composed ((Humus), is of the purest CERTAIN, SPEEDY and PERMANENT cureofdgueandFeverorChillsandFeverwhethe

deed, his word, even though casually elsewhere, in this week's and hest.
passed. Mr. Greeley has entered the DISPATCH does 2nd. In the process of manufacturethe : er of short or long standing. He refers to the
not begin to ex-
entire Western and Southern country to bear
lists as a candidate for friends press all the goods, stationery, vegetable matter is not destroyed, him testimony to,the truth of the assertion
the second District, and his are merchandise, etc., this firm handles. but bweetened and purified-only a that in no case whatever will it fail to cure if

rallying! to his support. Their specialty is selling the best of portion is reduced to its elements.3rd. the directionsare strictly followed and carried
out. In a great many cases a single dose has
Next the well known Abundant is obtained
comes mercantile goods at lowest prices. They will potash been sufficient for a cure,and whole families
t house ofNICHOLS promptly, reliably and thoroughly fill from the calcined part ;-md from the have been cured by a single bottle,with a perfect
restoration of the health. It is
of Saw Grass general
great quantity roots
ROCKWELL & CO., all orders from the and
country buyers -
however and
,prudent, in every case more cer-
which reduced ash and mixed
of Bay street, this city. This firm can depend on their goods. Suc- are to tain to cure,if its use is continued in smaller
cess to this firm, is the wish of the with the already prepared Muck.I doses for a week or two after the disease has
never sets out to do without
anything am now using it with the utmost. been checked,more especially in difficult and
doing it well. Their lines of house- DISPATCH. confidence. J. T. 'V long-standing cases. Usually this medicine
furnishing goods, stoves, hardware, Thus it will be seen that we call at- OFFOHD. will not require any aid to keep the bowels in --
<< good order. Should the patient, however,require ..
"' saddlery, etc., are eminentlysuitablefor ti-ntion of our readers to Now 10 the Time to Plant. a cathartic medicine,after having taken /

the readers of the DISPATCH, and TEN NEW ONES. Just received three or four dries of the Tonic,a sing"!; .,

we commend this reliable' firm to their How is it? Simply by Work JVork! 1000 Bushels Red Rust Proof Oats, of KENT'S VEGETABLE FAMU-.--'
will be sufficient. Use
careful consideration when buying. WORK 300 Southern Seed Rye, Q..P.DR.

4 200 Northern Rye, Jp-AIt fULL'S5c'TUNIC
100 Seed Barley. ,
of Augusta, Ga., whose special featuresare We have no hesitation in commend- WILLIAM A. BOURS -*-" BULL'S SARSAPARillA,
splendid fruit'and ornamental ing to our leaders the fertilizer manufactured 20 West Br Street-, BULL'S WORM DESTROYER,

a trees, etc. It needs but little special by Mr. George Hutchinsonof 4t. /.JJ&ctsonville, Fla. The Popular Remedies of the Day.

a notice, as the name of the nursery Crescent City, Florida, whose ad- -- -.== .- ---
r speaks for itself. It now becomes apparent vertisement appears in another column. D6f Business! in Florida. Principal Office,831 :Main St., LOUISVILLE,KY.

to all nurserymen that theycan This preparation is pure humus, well A practical nurseryman, with ex- .. SEDGWICK! '
receive the best returns from the drained and composted with Rockland perience in this State, wants a partner

columns of the DISPATCH; so they ad- lime, and allowed to stand until it is with from $3,000 to $5,000 capital to STEEL WIRE FENCE

vertise there. Let the good work thoroughly rotten ; then hauled, at enlarge his business. God opening.

goon. the rate of twenty-five loads per week, Address : W. C .Care this office.
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*'t. Extended notice of the famous into a large covered barn in which are Choice Improved

t Home fertilizers of kept ten cows that are fed on 100 Nunan Strawberry Plants now readyat

GEORGE HUTCHINSON, pounds of cotton-seed meal per day, $2.25 per thousand. Special rates i
in addition to abundance of grain T. M. TILTON
an on large quantities. ,
of Crescent City is deferred until next
forage. Being fat, they eliminate Glen] St Mary, Fla.
week the DISPATCH has
as something .
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from the food little of the manu-
special to say about his fertilizers. It Rocky Branch Nursery, Moiiticello, Fla.:
rial elements, and their droppingsform I*the best general purpose wire fence in use. It
will, we promise, not be a cold criti- Parties intending to purchase Le- 1st .rone: : net-work without barbs. Don't
a fertilizer of the very best Conte Pear trees will do well to injure' stock. It will turn does, pigs, sheep ana
cism, as we consider it as good, if not place poultry, as! well as horses and cattle. The best
character.The orders with me .before the season to fence for }Farms Hardens, Stock Ranges and Rail-
better than similar article. ,
any roads. Very neat,pretty styles for Lawns Parka
Another is the fa- whole mass is cut up and well plant opens. I have a choice stock of School-lots and Cemeteries. Covered with rust-
nursery proof paint or made of galvanized wire as pre-
mixed the of the cattle
by treading one, two and three-year-old trees, and ferred. I twill last r life-time. It Is better than
mous and reduced to about one-half its bjarda or barbed wire in every respect. The
ARCADIA NURSERIES will]] not be undersold. Correspondence Sedgwick Gates made of wrougbt-lron pipe ands
former bulk, making the subsequent el wire defy all competition In lightness, neatness -
with nurserymen ,strength; and durability. We make the best
of Monticello, with the veteran J. H. shrinkage almost nothing. It is then B. W. PARTRIDGE cheapest and"aslest working aU-I rOD automaticor
and the neatest cheap
Girardcau, as proprietor and manager. taken out, dried, and ground fine Proprietor. iron! self-opeiiiue fences now gate made. The best Wire
His experience enables' him to ship Bt ete6ers Cutting Plier..and Pout Ancers.
enough for any purpose. By the << For prices particulars ask Hardware Dealers
deliver and select the best of trees, above all the urine, the most High Grade Jersey Cattle. or address,mentioning paper
u and an order placed with Mr. Girar- valuable process portion of an animal's excre- Twenty high grade, threequarterand SEDCW JK CC t O3., Richmond End. I

I deau never fails to give satisfaction.We ment is saved. seven-eighths Jersey Cows with

ask our readers to carefully read -. calves, and one registered Jersey Bull Crab Orchard

his advertisement.Mr. SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Granger. Full pedigree furnished. WATER.

J. T. WofTord, of Fort Mason, Will be sold at reasonable prices, as tt :-f:r

has candidly and honestly rendered Farmers and others who have a lit- the owner is not residing on his plan- THE LIVER 0 n' o O"THEKIDNEY8. .CD'

unto Caesar:! the good things thnt: be. tle leisure time for the next few months tation, and cannot give requisite at- 4 THE STOMACH.. 4 ::1'g. n:$:

long to that worthy Roman gentleman. will find it to their interest to write to tention. Apply by mail to THE BOWEL ._q-.3-
B. F. Johnson & Co. of Richmond JOHN S. WINTHKOP, CURE FOR c 0 ":1';.II:::::=I
By this we mean to say, that A POSITIVE 3 .10 am
he has testified right worthily to the whose advertisement appears in another Tallahassee, Fla. 'DYSPEPSIA, <% :' :r,5-fjI II ct:

excellence of column. They offer great inducementsto Fine Orange Grove. 4 for Sale. CONSTIPATION, -CSICKHEADACHEW .; 2.

DR. HICK'S CALCINE HUMUS, persons to work for them all or part This grove is on the east bank of : .o"3fall'-J. 3 2 n
DOSE:-one to two teaspoonfuls. c.: a.
of their time. the St. Johns river ; large river front, Genuine CRAB ORCHARD SALTS In seal0'4. n On
in this week's DISPATCH. Read the ed packages at 10 and 25cts. No gena 77: If
4 35 miles south of Jacksonville, and nine Salts sold in bulk. fa ..
1 testimonial. The Arcadia Nursery, ITloiiticello, ;
; Crab Orchard Water Co. Proprs.
From the Empire State, comes the Florida. contains thirty-five acres originally( ) S.N. TONES- Manager Louisville Ky.

1 of f For two three old Le rich hammock land. Contains 2,000
\\lvertisement of LEWIS ROESCH, one, or year -
Conte Pear Also full list of bearing orange trees, besides all other For Sal,..
onia, N. Y., and his grape vines, trees. a
excellent reputation. Also the big other Pears and Apples grafted on Le fruits grown in Florida ; grapes, figs, Mobile or Improved Noonan Straw-
Plants for sale. Price $3.00
Peen.to peaches, Japan plumsfiftytrees berry .
r of the NATIONAL Co., of New Conte roots. Address, Arcadia Nursery -

[rk city, who almost give away ,J. H Girardeau, Proprietor, Mon bananas, guavas, etc. Dwelling per 1,000. Larger quantities on ap-
house of four fine Delivered at the wharf or
[ishing Machines. ticello, Fla. rooms, good water, plication.
_*-< garden, stable and a good pasture for railroad station. I have raised straw- ,> :
Fust as the DISPATCH was going to Iniproretl Wl1 on'* Albany stock. If sold within two months can berries for the past six years,and tried --f j

3, the thoroughly business-like Strawberry Plants, for sale by be bought for one-half its value. more than twenty varieties, and find's:'.Jld

HRe GEORGE L. M'CONIHE, JOHN H. JACKS, Address, M.\ G. JOHNSON, this the best. D. B. MILLS, rrWelaka

[pressed a desire to test the DISPATCH Mandarin\ Fla. Jacksonville, Fla. .It In. '.," :. t
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Established 1666. 200 Acres in Fruit Nursery. To introduce them
AWAY 1,000 Self-Operating Washing Ma- ,
Fruitland Nurseries chines. If you want one send us your name,
P.O. and express office at once. THE NA- DEALER IN
AUGUSTA, GA. TIONAL Co.,23 Dey St.,N. Y.

The stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Sash Doors and Blinds
pecially adapted to Florida is doubtless the
most varied In the United States. A special Oranges and Lemons ,
catalogue((No.4))is published for this branch
of our establishment.In PAINTS, OILS, BUILDING MATERIAL,
addition to the usual
large variety of
solicited. Liberal advances
fruits Peaches such as,Peen-To Oriental I Honey Pears Japan and other Persimmons Chinese -- made.Consignments Would be pleased to correspond with :e: .A. :FL :Jvv: .A.. :FL :E 3 ,
parties desiring to ship here.
Eryobothryas Grape Vines, etc., we
have a very large stock of Summers Morrison A Co., Cutlery, Stoves, Tinware, Agricultural Implements, Carpenters' Tools, Iron, Steel, Rope,

Kelsey's and other New Japan Plums, 174 South Water St., Chicago. Belting, Etc.

Japan Chestnut, Melon Shrubs and other Refer to Metropolitan National Bank, Chicago Sole Agent :for Florida :for

new fruits. Also all the new Roses of merit, ; J. V. Farwell t:Co.,Chicago. Orange Lightning Powder, Galvanized Four-Point Steel Barb Fence Wire,Galvanized Barb-
Palms, Acacias, broad leaved and coniferous Steel Twisted Ribbon Wire, Spring-Tooth Cultivators, Acme Harrow and Orange Grove
Evergreen Trees. Flowering shrubs,etc., etc. Cultivators, Queen of the Garden Hand Cultivator, Southern (St. Louis) Pure White Lead,
Catalogues sent free to all applicants. PIANOS and ORGANSAT Masury's R. n.. Colors and Liquid PalnU, Fairbanks'Standard Scales.
No.1. Hardy fruit trees. Hoses, Evergreens.
No.2. Greenhouse
No.3. Wholesale plants. HALF PRICE UNTIL OCT. I.
,for nurserymen and deal-
ers only.No. BARRS CLARK & TATE
Our Grand Clearance Sale continued
Fruits and Ornamental
trees suited
to Florida. through August and September. A grand ,
success. 932,000 worth of Pianos and Organs
sold in four months. $30.000 worth left: to be
closed out by Oct.1. All{ must go at some WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
NCli81B! Rockwoll & CO. price,and regardless of value.
8om,almost new,used a few months only.
Booksellers Stationers & DealersNo.
Some used one to five years. Some prime Paper
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Second.Hand, thoroughly repaired and made
good as n w.
Hardware, Stoves, House Furnish- Pianos, $.J.5, $50, $75, $100, to $200. Organs, 29 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. .
$10, SS:30: ,$50 to$100. Big bargains for Spot
ing Goods, Grates Mantels, Cash, or on )Easy Terms. Pianos $5 to $10
monthly. Organs $2 to$5 monthly. Fifteen
Paints Oils C> "D' :FL IF* & "V O It: IT: E3 .
Saddlery, Guns, days test trial. Money refunded if not satis- ,
factory. Descriptive Price Lists free. Write
Ammunition, Etc. quick. Mention this"Ad." I A RELIABLE FERTILIZER FOR

Trees All Kinds oT .
Ludden&Bates Southern Music House, Orange and Vegetables.Natural

( Parties in Town or Out Savannah,Ga. food for plant-life Especially adapted to sandy soils. Anyone wishing to obtaina
strictly good fertilizer will find it to his interest to try this. It is not a cone ntrated
will do well to call or send for our catalogues chemical fertilizer,but a well manufactured Organic Compost. The effect is permanent.
and prices of any goods they may need New Book of Fancy Works with
in our line.PRICES. FREE I 1OO Illustrations,15O New Stitches Price (in Sacks ) $10.00 per Ton.
10 special Offers. 200 Picture
LOWER Send for Circulars. I have no agents. Address
THAN EVER. Bulletin, 48 col. story paper, all
c 52 West Bay St.,Jacksonville, Fla. 4c.postage. Crescent City,Fla.
NATIONAL BAZAR, 7 W Broadway, N.Y.

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To lUnd M long M intereit It kept op. The Augusta Chronicle
Personal security only for Interest.
mt Sendscenti for particular.Loan form, ,
f. 'etc. Name this paper. T.S.Gardner,
Manager,Palace BallilBj,Cincinnati,O- REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE

,t d AND THE Has for sale choice Lota Orange Groves and Wild Lands. Allows interest on deposits,Col-
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned lects Rents and Interest,Negotiates Loans,eta
have formed a Body Corporate under
amendatory ter 1639,of the thereof.Laws of Florida,and the Chap-Acts FLORIDA DISPATCH, J. C. GREELEY, President. L. D. HOSMER, Treasurer.!

The name of the Corporation is the Duval :For One Year at $2.'JO.

Investment The principal Company.place of business is Jacksonville 85.0,000 CRAPE VINES
,Duval County, Florida. The Augusta Chronicle is the largest Weekly -
The newspaper in the State. It is a twelve
general nature of the business to be
eighty-four column It containsall 100 Varieties. Also Small Fruits. Quality nsurpassc(L WarranU tnie. Very cheap.
transacted by said Company, is the buying, page( )paper.
selling and mortgaging of lands in the sev- the Important news of the week, and is 3 stimplfvimw: nmik.il for |15c. Descriptive price list free. LEWIS ROESCH,muonu,B.I.
eral Cities. Counties and Towns,of the Stateof tilled with interesting and instructive reading -
Florida. to the farmer, mechanic, business and
The amount Capital Stock authorized is professional man. Its Washington Atlanta
Twenty Thousand Dollars, ((820,000,) divided i and Columbia Letter,with its full Telegrahic DACOSTA'S
into((200))Two Hundred Shares,of One Hund- service,market reports, editorial and general
red Dollars each. Ten per cent. of which is news, make it the most readable and one of
paid In at the time of the organization of this the best newspapers in the South.
Company. The remainder to be paid in as The Augusta Chronicle can be read in any
called lor by the Board of Directors. household. It is free from sensationalism.
The time of the commencement of the Corporation Printing! and Publishing House
is the 20th) day of August, :*. D.,
1880. The time of termination, the 20th day IRON ,
of 0\ugust1906. G
The business of the Corporation is to be FI .

conducted Vice-President by Five, Secretary((5)) Directors, Treasurer, a Preside, and t, "1:;;:> 00 Cor. Bay and Pine Streets,
General Counsel, who are to be elected annu- .I..- Send for prices
ally,on the 20th day 01 August of each and and Illustrated Catalogue of

highest amount of indebtedness to
which the Company can at any time subject
itself, Is Four Thousand Dollars,($1.000.) SAMPLE>d1.001or13 Week..The
V. G. SHEARER, bo mailed,securely wrapped to any address In the
J. F. HARRISON United States f>f*E3BIST 1 1V 5 forThrce Months and Most
The Print-
GEO.C.JOHNSON, on receipt of V-r W IT L L3:.; Ono Dollar. Liberal Largest Complete
F. G..JOHNSON.' discount allowed to Postmasters Agents and
of New York is tho OXLY legitimate House in the State.
Illustrated Sporting and Sensational ing
Journal published on the American
continent. Apply for terms to FREE I

Richard K. Fox. Franklin Square. New York. .
Fancy K Poultry.W. .

000 ACRES. 13 CREENHOUSES'. New Type and Improved Machinery.EVERY .


Successor to Albert Fries, .KIND OF
We offer for the Fall trade a large and fine stock of
Keeps=20)varieties of Pure-bred Fowls. every description of FRUIT and Ornamental
Yards: Shell Road, near Moncrief Spring, TnUE I"hrubll!, Roses Vine ,1,
Eggs for Hatching,$2 per dozen.P. Ihtgsandl VU.VIT S Hedjfp Plants Fruit Tree"" ....d. PRINTING RULING AND BINDINGIn
.O. Box 381. Jacksonville, FlaALBERT Tree Seedlings. Priced data- ,
1886.mailed free on application. Address

rstabhahedk152. BLOOMINGTON, ILL.
FRIES ---- --- --
my office only SKILLED WORKMEN are employed, guaranteeing
AGENT FOR ENGINES GINNING First-class Work to my Patrons.

GEO. *"'. BAKER'S .

OgMost economical and durable. Cheapest in r
ROTTED BONE MANURE the market,quality considered. SAWMILLS
Price$25 per ton,free on board In Jacksonville GENERALLY. Send for cata
F Samples of 16 different grades of Fertllzer, logue.
/. put up by Mr. Baker,can be seen at the Ger- A. B.
man Drug Store, 19 E.Bay St.Jacksonville. FARQUHAR,
Send 2-cent stamp for cal alogue. Pennsylvania Agricultural Works,York,Pa. Orders for Engraving:: Promptly Executed.


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Prolific..per 1000 82.25 Palm Nurseries
itMMki MigIEhMRhltry... +' Charleston Seedling,or Noisettes, 350 in Real Estato. '
aw ffffa. In lots of 500 or over,1-sa than 500,per 100 .50 MANATEE, FLA.

Special rates for, lots of lu.OOO or over.
IiAILWAY. : In ddltlon to a full line of general nursery
,A few thousandPOTTED
stock adapted to the climate of Florida, we
VI A Y ROSS SHORT LINE. PLANTSat are constantly receiving seeds and plants will buy a fine residence lot at
from all over the tropical and subtropicalworld $600 terms.
Tampa. Easy .
82 per hundred. many of which are Introduced for the
All Trains of this Road are Run' by Genital ((90th) Orders with cash first time into the United States.
Meridian Time,which Is 33 Minutes Si than Jacksonville Time, ,; plants and trees we catalogue for the fall of land adjoining the new town of
Plants Now nead)'. 1886: Pemberton,Junction of South Florida and
TIME CARD IN EFFECT,MAY 2, 1886. Florida Southern Railroads and the Withla-
Address, Mangoes (many varieties), Sapodillas, Rose- coochee River.
Passenger Trains will leave and arrive dally, J. W. VOSE, Apples,Star-Apples,Suger-Apples,Cherimoyas,
as follows: P. O. Box 116,Jacksonville, Fl Sour Sos, Horse-Radish Trees, "Spanish
Limes,' Tamarinds, Otaheite Gooseberries, 1 rfwill buy a residence lot in Oriole. anew
NEW ORLEANS EXPRES Or, WM. H. KINGSBURY, Maumee Sapotas, Avocado Pears, Maumee Ap- $ 1 UU Railroad town on S. F. R.R., in

Leave Jacksonville dally at............... 7:35 a m Taylor's European.House.Jacksonville, Fla. ples, Grenadillas, Banhinias,Acacias, Albizziasand Hernando connty. Easy terms; concessionsto
Arrive at Jacksonville dally at.......... 7:3o a m I Cassias in variety, Jatrophas, Fourcrayas, those who will build. Place rapidly im-
Leave Callahan dally at_...-.............. 8:18 a m Yuccas,Agaves, Dasylirions, Plumerias, Palmsin proving.
Arrive at Waycross dally at-........ .-10:15 a ro Shell Pond Nurseries. ( variety), salpinias and Poincianas, many
Arrive Brunswick via B.& .V. R.R... 1:50 p m kinds of Ipomeas, Crotons, Dracaenas, and rare will buy a handsome; lot in }Jarke1'8burg,1larloncountytaclngon -
Arrive at Tbomasville dally aG-..-.- 1:37 pm greenhouse plants Antigonons, Bamboos, East $1 00
Pien Jact Prolific Coop.
Peen ;
Tau lo Honey son
(or ), ,
Arrive at Bainbridge daily at........... $35 p m Indian Pines and forest trees Pandamus Park. Send for colored of-
; er map. Property
Arrive at Chattahoochee dally at..4:04 p m I l ,(September), and, My Favorite (October) Vcitchil, Musa Ensete ; Cyphomandra betacea ered very cheap.
Arrive at Pensacola via L. & N.R.RJu-.lO p m i Peaches, Pears, Figs, Japan Persimmons, Japan (the "Tomato tree" of Jamaica); the "Melon
Arrive at Mobile via L.&N.R. R-...... 2:30: a m I Shrub" and White Adriatic Fig, etc., Roses
I Plums,etc. will buy a large building lot In
Arrive at New Orleans viaL.&N.R.R 7:20 a m and all sorts of shrubbery in variety.Red $ 150
Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville Send for Circular. Windsor, Alachua county, a flourishing -
and New Orleans, via Pensacola, and JAS. P. DEPASS. Spanish Pine-Apple Slips now ready, place.
Mobile. Archer Fla. 82.00 per hundred, 815.0U per thousand.
FAST'MAIL.;. New catalogue ready in October. wIll buy 400 acres land adjoining
Leave Jacksonville dally at.............- :2.-OJ:! p m ;:i == PIANOS&ORGANSlOl AddressREASONER BROS., Windsor. Easy terms. Only
Arrive at Jacksonville dally aL...-.-12:00 'm' ;, Box 10, Manatee, 'la. $500 cash required; balance on long time to
e Leave Callahan daily at_.................. 2:45'p m II l ,I'' ",lOl all I makes direct to c isto- suit purchaser.
Leave Chattahoochee at....................11:30: am mers from headquarters, at
Leave Thomasville at...................... 1:40: p m wholesale prices. All poodsv PROVED $250 will buy a well located lot of 10
Arrive at Waycross daily at............... 4:40 p m I guaranteed. Jfo money asked acres at Oriole; land all high and
Arrive at Jesup daily at....... .-._...- G:15: p i>. till instruments fully tested.are Write receivedand us dry; originally selected for orange culture.
Arrive Brunswick via E. T. V. & G... hSH p m before purchasing. An investment of 2 cents may Wilson Straw PlantsFOR Long terms of credit. Only $25 cash required I ,
Arrive at Savannah dally at............. 7:58 p m save you from 850.00 to 8100.00. Address orry and an equal amount per annum plus tho Interest -
Arrive at Charleston dally at............ 1:25: a in FRENCH, Nashville Tenm : on deferred payments. The easiest
Arrive at Washington, D.C.,dally at 11:00: p niArriee JESSE Distributing Dcp'tfor th /knttA. terms offered on high dry lands In Florida.
Baltimore................................12:35: a m Enquire for particulars
Arrive Philadelphia............................ 3:45: : a m SALE.
Arrive at New York dally at._...._. 6:50: a m $450 will buy a fine 10-acre lot close by
Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville station Candler, Marion county.
and New York. i< Very prosperous place; good lands.

EAST FLORIDA EXPRr:Sa. Price $2.50 ;iOOO9 will buy a choice 5-acre lot at Can-
Leave Jacksonville daily at............. 4:30: p m per $22 5 dler, close by the station.
Arrive Jacksonville dally at..........11:30 a m FRIEND IN NEED.Dr. .
Leave Callahan dally at...-...........-..._ 5:14: p m $400 will buy a 40-acre( tract of high roll-
Arrive at Callahan-...........................10:46 am Sweet's Delivered to the wharf.C. ILg8ine land lying a little off from
Leave Waycross---,.......................... 7:30 p m INFALLIBLE I LINIMENT. the S.S.,O. R. In Marion county. Sat-
Arrive at Waycross dally at............... 8:25: a m isfactory terms to buyers.
Leave Gainesville dally at........-.-..... 3:50: p m from the recipe of Dr. Stephen F. 1VINTON, .
Leave at Lake City..-........-.... 3:45: p m Prepared Connecticut, the natural Bone Set- East Mandarin. $5 2 0 will buy a beautifully located
Leave Live Oak dally at..................... 7:10 p m sweetiof been used for more than 50 -----,------,- -- -- whole block of lots in Parkersburg.
years, Money in it for the right man. Over 300 lots
Leave Thomasville ....... !
daily aU- .._ll:15 p m and is the best known remedy for Rheuma-
Arrive at Albany dally at..............._ 1:30: a in tism,Neuralgia,Sprains,Bruises,Cuts,Burns, DEER ISLAND now sold.
Arrive:Montgomery via Central R.R. 8:00 a m wounds!' and all external Injuries. $150 I wl11 buy 10 Acres good orange land
Arrive Mobile via L. &: N. R. R......-.. 2:10: p m adjoining Parkersburg.
Arrive New Orleans\la L. &: N. R.R. 7:30: p m SOLD BY_ ALL. DRUGGISTS___ -TRV IT.ZIMMERMAN wlll buy 80 acres high rolling
Arrive Nashville via L. & N. R. It.... 7:10 a m .J- -'-- GARDENS ANn NURSERIES $2500 laud adjoining Floral City, in
Arrive Louisville via L. & N. R. R... 2:25 a m FRUIT EVAPORATORS Hernando county. Money in it for subdivision -
Arrive Cincinnati via L. & N. R. R... 6:35: a m into lots. Terms to suit.
Arrive St.Louis...............:................_ 7:40 a m The Cj/Vof best tAe in wife America of Hon. JOHH Great{ HEBMAW llarjcaln or Ohio for 30: days. OAKLAND, OICAXJi CO., FLA.
Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville ".f have thoroughly tested your machine ax a HaLer; at well M $800 Dill buy 80 acres good high rolling
and St. Louis, via Thomasville, Albany a Dryer' and i'workl bfoautlrully.- CECKUA: 8.SHERMAN.: pine land north of Couperon F.S.
Montgomery and Nashville.JACKSONVILLE Addref Zimmerman" Machine Cu,Cincinnati,Ohio.U.S.A. Potrows Semi-Troplcal Fruit R'y inhood. Hernando county. Good-nelgbbor-

- Leave Jacksonville............EXPRESS................... 9:30: p m and Ornamental Trees, $600 will buy 20 acres land at Oriole
Arrive Jacksonville.........................-. 8:05 a m Plants and Vines.!! with Lake Front.
Leave Callahan..................................10:20 p m will buy a handsome 80 acre tract
Arrive Waycross..........._.................12:35 a m No Loss in Transplanting.Catalogue $1 I 000 southwest of Oriole, close by improvements -
Arrive Albany via B. &: W. R. R....... 5:30 a m ; commanding building site; fine
Arrive :Macon via Central R. R.......... 9:40 a m and Price List Free, on application land.

Arrive Arrive Jesup.Atlanta...via.....Central H.. .R................. 1:35 2:15 p a m m , p to the Manager. AddressA. > I Z.\J\J dry will,adjoining buy 40 I acres land, high andO .

Arrive Brunswick via E.T. V. & Q.... 6:00 a m sub-1ividing
E. CHAMPLIN A fortune for some one by into
Arrive:Macon via E. T. V. & G. R. R. 8:30: a m ,
Arrive Atlanta via E. T.V. &: G.&.&.12:05 m nov2SMy Oakland, Orange Co., Fla. building lots.
Arrive Cincinnati via C.S. R. R....... 6:50 a m ." $600 will buy 40 acres of land adjoining
Pullman Buffet Cars and Mann Boudoir preceding.
Cars via Waycross, Albany and Macon; and I O CO will buy 80 acres land adjoining
via Waycross, Jesup and Macon;,between .'".* '7 .i> Nnrsorios of Lake Woir! Go. $ I IJJ the Company's lands at Pemberton -
Jacksonville and Cincinnati. Also, Through which they have laid out In building lots.
Passenger Coaches between Jacksonville and River front. A bargain.
Chattanooga, via Albany; and Jacksonville Type for Sale. and Lemon Trees.Our .
100,000 Orange
and Cincinnati,via. .Jesup.SAVANNAH ..,, ; / / ** "$ H, I i', $2500 will tween buy Dade 12 acres City fine and land Tucker-be-

EXPRESS. 800 pounds Long Primer, the type the DIs- trees are very thrifty, three and four In Hernando county.

Leave Jacksonville.............................. 9:30 p m year old stock,%to l% inch diameter, with town
Arrive Jacksonville_-..-.. .................. 8:05 a m patch is printing from, is offered for sale one year old buds. Nurseries" easily acces- $400 will buy 40 acres splendid high
Leave Callahan : p m s'ble to Florida Southern Railroad. Send for land, two miles from Brooksvllle.

Arrive Callahan.............?........... 7:05 a m cheap. Address Catalogues. AddressE. $800 will buy a young orange grove,265
Leave Gainesville at........................... 3:50 p m : B. FOSTER, Manager trees, some beginning to bear;
Arrive Gainesville. ........................_.. 9:35 a m c. w. DACOSTA.CECIL dec21-ly South Lake Weir, Fla. grove in fine condition; Clay county, fineneighborhood
Leave Lake City.................................. 3:45 p m ; quarter mile from Kingsley
Arrive Lake City..........-....................10:00: a m ,' NURSERIES Lake.
Leave Live Oak aL-.-.................. 7lfl p m ;...r ki (J t. i .t" 1, ;' FAIRVIEW will buy 16 pine land
Arrive at Live Oak dally at............... 6:15: a m $1 I 000 in Hernando county place has
Arrive Thoma vllI8-............-............. 7:50 a m several hundred dollars worth of Improvements
Arrive Albany.....................................11:50 a m O. R. THATCHER, on it, including house; Railroad survey
Arrive :Montgomery Cen. R. R..- 7:23 p m runs through place.
Arrive Nashville via L, & N. R. R_ 7:10 a m & & & & .s & & & & Manager, CSKnnn will buy 810 acres finely'located
Arrive Louisville via L. & N. It. (t.... 2:20 p m CD O U U w land in Hernando county. Will
Arrive Cincinnati via L. & N. R. R... 6:35 p m
Arrive Hi. Louis via L. & N. R. R...... 8:00 p m San. Mateo, Putnam County, Florida. sell all or part.HO3IES.

Arrive Waycross................... ...........12:35 a m
Arrive Brunswick via B.& W. R.R... 7:40 a m

Arrive Jesup-............-......._............-. 3:13 a m
Arrive Savannah.----....... 6:15 a m The best varieties of the Orange and Lemon IN FLORIDA !
Arrive Charleston..12:55: p m and other Citrus Fruits.
Arrive Washington............................10:30 am H. PLUMMER
Arrive New York.........._..............._. 5:30 p m Choice varieties of. the Fig, ot recent Intro- Oriole, Jlernanclo County.
Pullman Palace Cars between Jacksonville duction.
and Tampa. Send stamp for colored Map of Oriole and
Pullman Buffet Cars between Jacksonvilleand YIIIIIIINARY SURGEON TheCattley Guava, both the Red and Yel- information how to get a home In Florida,
Washington. low. close by Railroad In active operation. Splen-
Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail 'J, did orange lands. Large number of new
and Steamship connections, and baggage Student or'the College of The Peach and Pear of the sorts best adaptedto groves already begun. Purchasers rapidly
Royal Veterinary
checked through. Also, Sleeping Car bertha ,. the soil and climate of Florida. coming in from all over the Union. Attractive -
and sections secured at the Company's Office London, plan purchase; but little cash required.

Astor's Building Bay street,and at Pas- Will answer all communications through letters The Japan Plum, varieties of the Mulberry, Bargains oflered.W. .
senger Station, and on. board People's Line I Hart's Choice Bananas,Grapes,Pecans, etc.
Hteamers 11.B.Plant and Cbattahoochee and : and telegrams. B. CLARKSON,
De Bary-Baya Line steamer City of Jackson- 43 Cataloguo free on application.

vUle. Office 721} W. St. stairs
JA8. L. TAYLOR Office In OrlandoFla. at REFERENCES:-Crosby&:Gowen.San Mateo;
General Passenger Agent Hon. u. W. Lyle, San Mateo; W. J% Webb, Jacksonville, Fla.
R. G. FLEMING, Superintendent. ,* "- Reed&.Foster's Stables. Palatka.


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Augusta, Ga........_. 3OOO 00 Cedar Rapids Ia.......... ...... ......... Fort Scott, Kan............ 90 140 00; I Logansport, Ind._.........1-1- Portsmouth, Ohlo ...... ... ...-.

Atlanta, Ga._................ 35 7000 Champaign, 1\1............. ... ......... oa111onlohlo......_?....... ... ;i.....?..: (Lincoln, Neb.. ..._.........1 94 156 40 Peoria, Ill_.................. 6.5 11600
Atchison, Kan............. ._... ......... Dalton, Oa......_..... .,.... 40 8000 ............ ... ;.........: Macon Oa..................... 2,1)) 50 00 Pittsbur. Pa......_......... 66 126 00
Adraln, Mlch............... ...... ......... Dayton, 0..i............... ... ......... Grand Rapids Mlch.... ... 1.\\ MObile, Ala................... 40 SO 00 Qulncy Ill.................... N.... -..
Ann Harbor, Mlch,...... ......... ............. ... ......... Henderson, Ky............. 55) ;1100 00 Montgomery, Ala...... 35 7000 Rome ia. _............._ 40 180 00
Alton, I1L..................... .. ......... Defiance. Ohio/.N...?. ... .....?.. g Hickman, Ky_......_...... 55 :100 00 Mansfield, Ohio............ ... I..N.II (Rock Island. III.....?.... ...... -...?-
Anniston, Ala.............. 40 8000 Detroit Mlch._......_...... 70 120 oola Indianapolis Ind......... 60( 11000 Massmon, Ohio............. ... I......... Rochester, N. Y_...._ 68 13100

Birmingham, Ala_ ..... 40 80 00 Danville Ill.................. .?: ......... ; Jeffersonville Ind...... 58 lOB 00 Mt. Vernon. Ohio......... ... ;......... Sandusky, Ohio............ d511600
Bloomington, Ill .......? ... .....N.. I Davenport Ia. ........... ...... ......... Jacksonville, 111......... .N Memphis, Tenn.?..._... 4,5 I 90 00 SIoux City, Iowa-......... ... .........
Burlington Ia._............ ...... ...... Dubuque, Iowa............. .N.. Joliet, 111............._......... ... .....".. Milwaukee, WIs............ 70 ,,,120 00 Springfield, 111......_.?... ..-.

Belleville ......_......... ... ........ I Des Moines, Iowa......... ...... ......... Jefferson CIty, Mo........ ...... ......... I Madison Ind...._......... ... I.....?.. St. J oseph. Io.........._... ...... .....-..
: Buffalo, Ist. Y... 66 126 00 Denver, Col................... 185 250 00 Knoxvllle, Tenn ......... 45 90 00 (IMlnneapoUs. Mlnn... ...... !......... St Louis. Mo. ..?.......... X85 .116 00

Bay City Mlch..._......... ...... .......? Dixon, IIL......._............ ... ...?N... Kenton, Ohio............... ... ......... Madison WIs. ......? ...... ;1 ......... Saginaw biich.........? .. .- -..-...
j Bristol, 7tenn......_....._ ... ......... Elyria, Ohio.................. ...... ......... Kalamazoo, l\Ilch_...... 70 .120 00 ontreal Canada._....? ...... I.....?.. S ringfieldOhto..N.. ... -...?..
Cleveland 0.?_...... ...... 70 120 00 Evansville, Ind........... 56X.106 00 Kansas City, Mo ........... ...... ......... .Nashv1l1e, Tenn............ 45 9000 S. Paul Minn...........?.. ...... .....-
Cincinnati, Ohio.......... 55 100 00 East Saginaw- Mlch..._ ... Lansing, Mich............... ... .. New Orleans_............ 45 90 00 Toledo, 0...................... 70 120 00
Cairo 111...................._ 60 110 00 East 81. Louts. Ill.......... 65 116 00 LaCrosse, WIs............... ... .... Newark, Ohio............... ... ......... Terre daute, Ind .?.._ 60 110 00

1 Columbus, Ky.............. 55 100 00 Emporia, Kan.............. 1 0.5 162 00 .Lima, Ohto............ ....... ... ......... Omaha, Neb......?.......... ...... ...__. Toronto, Can_.....?........ -..--
Columbus, Ohio........... ... Erie, Pa.................._...... 66 126 00 Lafayette, Ind ..._.?.... ?. .......... Ottawa Can................. ...... ......... Topeka, Kan......_.._.... 195 148 00
Columbus Oa ............, 35 171100 Fort Wayne Ind.......... ..... Lancaster, Ohio.??/...... ... ......... Oil City, Pa. .............?.. 66 12600 Urbana, Ohio................ ... -.
Council Bluffs, Ia.?...... ...... ......... Findlay Oh 0............... ..... ......... Leavenwortn, Kan ...?. ...... ......... ;jPekln, III. .....?.............. ... ....... I Wheeling W.Va.__ 66 126 00
Chicago, 111_............... 65 11600 I Fremon Ohlo......_....... ...... I'......... Louisville Ky............_ 55 100 00 IPana, Ill......................... ... .......::, WInnipeg, Man............ -.... -.-..

.. Chattanooga, Tenn.... 40 80 00 Fort DOdge, Iowa......... 1 18 170 00 Little Rock, Ark......?... 5.5 120 00 jPIqua, Ohio.?................ ... ....._.1! .

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Jacksonville; Callahan and Live Oak...................................................._......N. 20 40 25 5 30 60 30 60 30 60 Z1 5.5I .
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Gainesville, New Branford..N......_............................................._................. 30 60 35 fo I 40 80 40 SO 401 40 SOl 37 75' .. ... . .
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lAndings on 8t. Johns river.................................................-.............................. 30 60 t 35 I 40 80 40 80 37 8.)1 .. .. .. .
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Stations on Fla. So. Ry north of and including Ocala ............-.?...-................. 35 70 40 SO'' 4,5 90 45 90 45 90i;, 42 I .. .
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Stations on Fla. So. Ry south of Ocala ............................................................... 37 "75 i 42 85': 47 95 47 95 47 95 4.J 951i I . . .. .1.. ..,.. .. .
Station on Fla SQ. Ry., st. .. &:; L. E. DivlsloD_.. .... ........ ... .......... .... 1 42 85: I I 47 95 49,95 47 -.I I ; .. . .... .. .. .
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Landings on Lake Santnta Fe...................................?:..........._..........?..............a. ... I i ... .. .. .... .. .. .... ... .
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Tampa ...... ..........................................,.................................................. 45 00 50 100)'' I 55 1 10. 55, 1 10 55 1 10 55 1 10 ... .. .. .
Landings on Manatee River..N........._...._....?.................................... .............. ... ...... .? .....I I' ... ...... ...l ...... ... ...... ... ......I.II .. ... .. ..'..'. ... .
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Palatka..................._........................ ......................................._............_................... 80 60 35 70.I I 40 80 80 40 80 :: : i . . .. ..... .. .. .
8 t.. Augustin e.................................................-.......................................................... ... ... ... .N 1 ... 40L I... ... ... I . . .. .. .... . .

Stations on J T. &: K. W.Ry ...... ...............................................-........................... ... ". 2552 ii5 52 105 . .. .. .... .. .
Landings on Lakes Eustis and Harris .................................................................. 42 85 47 95' I 52105 591 / I '

Stations on South Florida Railroad. 95 . .. . .. .. .
From Belair to cKlnDon, Inclusive .......................... ..... ........................... ..... 40 SO 45 90 50 100 SO 551110 100 50 100 47 52 102 I . .1 .. .. .. .. .. .

From Kissimmee to Acton, Inclu8ive.............................. ................. ................. 45 90 50 10U: 55 110 55 110 115I . . .. .. .. .
From Plant City to Orlenta, Incluslve....._.............................................._ ..._ 50 100 5.1) 1 l0' I 60 120 60 120 601w 57 62 125 . . . .. .. .
From Winter Haven to Bartow, incluslve................................_........................ 55 110 60 1201 I I 65 130 65 130 65 130 8.5 . .. .. .
; Stations on F. R. &:; N. Co north of and Including Ocala............................._. 3.1) 70 40 SOl' 4.5 90 4.5 90 45 9042 41 90E . . . .:.. .. .

Stations on F. R. &: N. Co. south of Ocala.?.N........................................_......_ 37 75 42 8-51 : 47 95 47 95 47 95 I I . . . .. .. .. .
Stations on Sanford &:; Indian River R. R......... _............?.. ....?..................._. ... ...... ... ......1 ... ... I II ,.. . . . .... .. ....
Stations on Tavares, Orlando &: Atlantic R. R.................................?................ ... ...... .... .. ,I ............ ... ... ...... I... ......, . ." . .... .. .
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CONNECTIONS. of capacity over the above will be liable to pro rata excess of charges.

; Double daily fast freight service for all points West via Albany, Jesup and Savannah. ThJ' Car-load is estimated at 20,000 Par-load pounds,Ahtl'mAutA or 400 Standard mnstbe Boxes.to one d Excess, Inatlon of this and

\ Dally fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern Interior amount trill.be char M for pro rata .

and Coast points; Including New York Boston Philadelphia Baltimore Washington and to one consignee. :
I Prepayment of freight will not be required, but good order and condition shipments twill .
,, Is understood between the shippers and tha
Tri-weekly connection for New York via the Ocean Steamship Company leaving Savannah be an absolute companies requirement.that no responsibility clearly shall attach for loss or damage however

Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. transportation must attach solely to the
and that such loss
Twice a week for Baltimore via the Merchants and :Miners Transportation Co., leaving occasioned, unless It be from negligence located.
; Savannah Tuesdays and company upon whose line such negligence may
Fridaj s.
connections at those points will not
faith to
: Weekly connection for Boston via t i J oston and Savannah Steampshlp Co., leaving The charges advanced by this IStgood
1 be subject to correction by this Line.
Savannah every Thursday. must be given for Insertion In
and address of the consignee
j Weekly connection for Philadelphia ft v. .pean Steamship! Co., leaving Savannah every In every case the full name
Bill Lading and on the Way-bill.
will be charged at double rates.
Sailing days Steamships are snhe e ?h without notlee.t Single shipments to Western points
: uge No taken for-less than $1 to Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Balti-
-- ? addition the single package rates of connecting -
more. I slipped beyond,they will be charged in
INJFOIlMA/l: ..t "O R SHII'P] Rte. lines and cost of ransfer.
information furnished on application to any 01 the agents
.j To make through rates from po h t ,utarytothe: above, add the rates of connecting Stencils shipping receipts and to ot the lines or to
further it needed apply
rmation ,
linea to above rates. I For lu! JAMES L. TAILOR,

\I tam fed a moons of the Stands 11.:i Vegetables t are) gxiixg lncize:" and the weight la O. D.Trafflb OWENS Manager, Savannah, Ga. Gen'l Freight Agent, Savannah, 0"'KII -.


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li Val rico Nurseries, 39OOO9OOO ACRES of LANDFOR

*+ '..'" II SALE B1'THE

ffe : Catalogue Free. i is FLORIDA SOUTHERN mm mm -

.il W. G. TOUSEY, ,

Seffher, HUl&borough Co., Fla. SITUATED IN THE COUNTIES OF

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

SOUR ORANGE TREES, Sumter, Hernando, Hillsborough, Brevard, Baker, Polk & Manatee, .

Consisting of the finest Orange, Farming and Grazing Lands In the State of Florida. Prices
81.25 to$5 per acre,according to location.

From i to 1 inches in Diameter, For further Information,apply to Office Florida Southern Railway Co.,Palatka,Fla.


.At FL0c1, : IBotrtom :7E rice: Chief Clerk- ,Land Department. (sep29yl) -General---- Manager

Season of
Planting During Rainy Summer.

R. TRAFFORD, General Manner,

:D .A.rq-V-JJ.J.EJ: : c'=' rI.ElEIJ: : ::>, SANFORD, ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA. .

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

Drayton Island, Florida. THE LAKE REGION OF POLK COUNTY.Two .

hundred deep,clear spring lakes within a radius of ten miles. Their high banks
LAKE GEORGE NURSERIES 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
NEW CATALOGUE NOW READY people of taste to acquire a lovely winter home,where all the pleasures and comforts of our
balmy climate can be enjoyed. Add to these the eminent suitability of the soil for the cuLture
of the orange and other semi-tropical fruits, and the fact that both the South Florida
With descriptions of and the Bartow Branch Railroads run several miles through this tract, make this the most
desirable locality in South Florida. These lands are divided into lots of five acres and up-
TROPICAL, AND SEMITROPICALFruit wards,and will be sold on most favorable terms to improvers or settlers.


Trees, Plants, Vines, Berries, Ornamental Trees, Grasses, etc., etc. the mouth of the Anclote river, on the Gulf coast high 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
f Together with full descriptions of all the acres now being established by a sugar planter from Cuba, who selected this point after
looking over the whole State. Post-office,store, church, school, saw-mill and all requisitesfor
CHOICEST VARIETIES OF ORANGE & LEMON TREES a settler. Protected from frost by the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico on the North-

. west.This
Company have also rich and alluvial lands in Sumter,Alachua and Orange Counties -
Also Price List.
Send for
Catalogue to ,and first-class sites for building purposes all along the South Florida Railroad. It woulddo
well for prospective purchasers to look at the lands offered by this Company before pur-
W. W. IHA-WKINS: sc SON: PrOpS., chasing elsewhere.

FLORIDA.. Jan 1 85
full particulars address,
BLOUNT & WHITLEDGE, Bartow Polk County,Florida.G. .
GEORGETOWN NURSERIES. M. MORRISH, Anclote Hernando County,Florida.J. .
E. LAMBETH Gainesville,Alachua .
o A. C. MARTIN Macklnnon Orange County,Florida,or to
E. R. TRAFFORD, General Manager,Sanford,Orange County,Florida.

JOHN T. LESLEY,President. S. A. JONES, Gen. Manager. LAWSON CHASE,Sec.ATreas._
Budded from tried and approved varieties, and on good healthy stocks.

Fruit Also Trees, JAPAN suitable PERSIMMONS to Florida. Address, LECONTE, PEARS, GRAPES, and a general line HILL nOROUGII COUNTY REAL ESTATE AGENCY,

SON: -:: w.A.ee.: G-eorg-eto-waa., Fla TAMPA. FLORIDA,
Are reliable and responsible,and being chartered are amenable to the State. Have every

FRUIT TREES, VINES AND PLANTSADAPTED description Pamphlet of and Real newspaper.Estate. We solicit correspondence. Send for our Descriptive



The Ora11g i iac1.: :J.ero: : 0:11: 59 and 61 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida

in variety, other Citrus Fruits,\OPeen-To and Honey Peaches, LeConte and WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

Keiffer Pears, Japan Plums, Japan Persimmons,Figs, Guavas, Grapes, etc. Books, Stationery, Newspapers, Periodicals and

Music Games Dolls and Goods
CA.TA.LOGUE FREE. Toys Fancy ,

Base-Ball Goods and Out-door
Orders from East Florida shipped from our Nurseries on Drayton Croquet

Island, St. Johns River. Amusements.Moore's .

Orange Culture,Rev.Ed...$1.00
A. H. MANVILLE & CO. Oemler's Truck Farming in the South. .. 1.50 -
Whitner's Gardening in Florida.. 150
McClellan's Digest Laws of Florida ". 4.00I
aug24-ly Lakeland, Polk County Fla.
have all the Maps Books,etc.,on Florida that are published. Complete lists on applica
tion. Legal Blanks of every description.
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Orange, Lemon *and Lime Trees, Peaches, Pears, Plums, Pecans and ASHLEY PHOSPHATE COMPANY,

Persimmons, Filberts, Walnuts, Figs, Grapes, Bananas, etc.
Descriptive Catalogue and Price List of 27 pages sent free.

F. S. CONE, Manager, Abhcly Soluble 2uu.iio, a complete high grade Fertilizer. .

CRESCENT CITY, FLA. Ashley Cotton and Corn Compound, a complete fertilizer for these two crops,
and also used by the truckers near Charleston for vegetables.

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

HERIDAH'S CONDITION II A Ashley Dissolved Bones Ashley Acid Phosphate. .

Pure Ground Raw Bone; Pure Ground Fish, Nitrate of Soda. Sulphate Ammonia, Kalnlt
POWDER Muriate,Potash,Cotton Seed Meal,etc.

highly it absolutely concentrated pare and For Almanacs and Hand Books,Agricultural Primers,and good articles on Peas, Kalnlt
1 o-.noe, worth a Ib. Floats,etc.,address
of any other kind. It is strictly a medicine to be Irlven with food. Nothing on earth will make hens layllko '
it. tosreaohtekencholeraandalldtr''uel of hens. Is worth its weight gold Illustrated book by THE ASHLEY PHQSPHATE[ COMPANY < --
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:': ", W. M LEDWiffl. F. C.SOLLEE. WEDNESDAY, August 11,1886, 5 a m,Trains E.Commission BEAN
will leave and arrive as follows: .
: LEDWITH & SOLLEE!::, --- -- ,
DEALERS IN ""-, Merchant and Forwarder
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REAL ESTATE, STATIONS. .I :m:t.0' .:Az ad.1 o IK Q ,,OB'A.,,,z MO. Waycross Railroad Wharf, Jacksonville, Fla.

Office, No.7 Herkimer Block, Z H. 8 555 Branch Packing-House, TVaycrosw Railroad Depot, Gainesville, Fla.

,.i JACKSONVILLE, FLA. -ti -a --C -a -- r a n.: g ate, :L. amc. > n. s"

Headquarters for Halnes City Property. LeaveAM PH PM AM
And other Fruits and
.' .- -- .- R. R. Wharf .._ ......_ ......- ...-...i ...-... Vegetables,
SanfordJBelalr -...... 0 800 4 35 520 930
fISSIM11EEiReal : : ......... 3 810 4 43 532 I 9 45 PACKED, SHIPPED AND SOLD.

Longwood... 10 8 25 -455 603 1030 Reliable Correspondents in all the principal cities of the United States.
; Altamonte.. 12 8 3.3 5 01 613 10 SOMaltland
Estate Agency. ..... 15 8 53 5 07 6251 11 20
Winter Park: 18 9 00 5 Itt 635 11 40 c-re esa I.ern: : : is

Orlando....... 22 9 13 5 20 655,| 1235
Healthy Lands! Low Prices 1 1Klssimtnee RlsslmmeeIHainesCity- 40 10 02 6 06 7 SO' 2 20I

1' offers the best chances for set- I! P.M. G-rower': Su.pp1les.Have \ : : .

tlers In Florida. It is the coming district,as 61 10 5'21.; ................ -...... a full stock of Growers'Supplies-consisting of Cottonwood Thin Wood for Orange
all who know the Sate testify. There is
Big Bartow J'nc 68 11 08 7 05 ........ 450 Boxes which makes the Whitest, Lightest, Strongest and Cheapest Box in use. Beach
Money for Investors in Town Lots.
AUburodaleLakeland 72 11 IS! 7 13.. ..... 510 (Bangor)Thin Wood, Dressed Pine Heading, Hoops, Manilla Orange Wraps,etc.,etc., all ol
High Pine and Hammock Lands .... 8:*(11 43 7 35 ..... 6 10 the best quality,and cheaper than the cheapest. p
.., Plant City... 93 1203. 7 M...... 655
,At reasonable prices Sel her.......... 103 1221 816...._...1 7 35 Agent for the ,Sale of the Stevens Sizer and the Dayton Tramway Fruit Car
Ar Tampa... 115 1255 8 "_'' 820
Aiso good land for Truck Farming. A fetfrnmail 451'
Hearing Groves on tracts of from ''pM j PM Send for Oircular8 and Stencils. sepl4-tf_

Twenty to Eighty acres, at very low prices. N0KT1I BOUND. -
These Groves are easily enlarged, and afford
.. a good start. Correspondence solicited. SciEM ..,.. CQ.. ,)oaz I HUMUS I
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1tlss1mme,Orange Co.,Fla. STATIONS. v 8 iZ '
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-r IOTS, 10XIN00 $4. Leave- P M AM = M

f Laieview on Kingsley Lake Tampa......... 1 40 ........ 5 00 1)) ;to
I. -1150 5-acreFLImllJA- I Seflner_........0 2 10 ........ 529 1 as delivered at your nearest Station
buys a
I Plant City. 232..... 550 8 25
tract for Lakeland...M 32 253......... 6 13 9 2Auburndale .At Per:
An $16
43 315 ........ 634 1015
Send 2 cent stamp for Maps/.etc., to Bartow J'nc 47 3 28 ........ 6 45 1105

TROPICAL, LAND CO., tHainesCityKisslmmee. 54 a 40 _...... .... ........
IP. O. Box 158, Jacksonville, :I la. AM Address

REFER Ex-Gov. Geo. F. Drew, .. 75 4 36 5 40. 8 00 120
TO Jacksonville,and Rev. C. Orlando....... 93 5 24 6 35 837: 3 00 w. w. HICKS,
r AlcLean*St. Augustine. Winter P'rk 97 536 650 8 47 330
nov9-ly Maitland..100 5 41 6 58 8 53 3 45 ... Fort Mason, Fla.
Altamonte.. 102 553 7 10 900 415
Longwood... 105 6 02 7 20 003 455
MAYWOOD.Groves jBelair..112 615 7 38 9 20 33
Ar. Sanford 115 625 750, 9 30 00
made and warranted on the xriost R. Wharf..... _A. lAx\ 1"M
favorable terms, in one of the most healthy -
sections of Florida. Boarding and houses to Pemberton Ferry Hrd.iicli.-:.;.S.F. R.R.
rent at moderate prices. Send:: for particularsand
20 cents for glimpses at the Orange Land. i F'st Pas F'st .Ft. m
For reference we refer you to the editor of :"" M'L Ft. STATIONS. M'l Ex. :-'
this Direct 21. 20. 22. :
to'V.. H. REED \IP.M. :
A.M A.M P.M.
Pittman Pla.st H +
? o 5.20 3.40 Lv Pembert'n Fery Ar 10.10 9.1075 t' V :

11 5.53 4.25 .........Owens oro......... 9.37 8.27 64 .
16 6.03 .........Dade City........... 9.21 8.05 59 F
FLORIDA n: 6.18 5.201.. ....,.....Richland._.... 9.10 7.25 52
FERTILIZER COMPANY 43 7.40 7.05 1.........?Lakeland........... 8.20 5.8532
53 8.08 8.15 ..........Plant City.,......... 7.55 4.35 22
E. T. PAINE, Prest., 44 East Bay St. 63 8.32 8.50 ............Seflner............. 7.30 3.4512 i''N''
75 9.05 9.40 Arrive Tampa*.Leave 7.00 3.00 0
Florida Orange Food, $23 per ton.

Florida Vegetable :Food, $28 per ton. Bartow Branch.-Dally. .41k :

This Fertilizer has been thoroughly testedr South Bound. North Bound.

the past six years on Orange Groves in Pas. Pas. : Pas., /
No. &Ft :"" P TATIONS.Lv I:""' &Ftl, No.,
Florida and has given entire satisfaction. 15. 17. 16. i 18.
Send for Circulars
and Certificates.
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11.30 4.45 0 .Bartow June Ar .' 3.20
COW PEAS. 11.45 5.02 5 Lv.Winter Ha ven Ar 1210,33': \ 3.05
12.20 5.4017 Ar. .Bartow.. Lv.17 x.00() 2.30:
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bushels Red Rover, Clay, Whippoorwilland
Lakeland Branch-Daily except Sunday
White Peas (tor sale.
I South:: Bound. North Bound.
F. T. PAINE:, Prp!:t
Pas. Pas.I I 'Pas.IPas.
&frt &frtl':'"i STATIONS. &(rt
11. 13. 14. 12- C. B. HoGERS.D .
A. J. BEACH & SON --- --j D. D. ROGERS.
A M. P.M. P.M. A M. D. ROGERS & CO.
NURSERY1\JEN.: 8.25 8.10 0 Lv.. .Lakeland. ....Ar 7.20 7.40 ; a ,
8.48 8.32 7 Lv. . .Haskell .. ....Lv 6.58 7.18 DEALEBS.IN
Our stock of Fruit Trees is large and fine, 9.05. 8.50 14 Ar .,..Bartow .....Lv 6.40.. 7.00
and in good order. New Fruits,among which 1\lI: Er .A.. :L.. FL C> C> F I :]r-q Gr-: ,
are the White Adriatic Fig, !San: Pedro and Sanford and IiidianKiver Railroad.
White Genoa. Daily except Sunday. Corrugated Iron, Fire Proof Iron Shutters, &c.,MetalicBuildingSupplies.;::

Catalogue free Address State Agents for E.Van Noorden&Co'sMETALIC
A. J. BEACH & SONsep28.I pas Pas. m SHINGLES.
.. > Palatka,F'.l8. .. &Ft STATIONS. No. .
23. 24. 74 West Bay street,JACKSONVILLE FLA.
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Sherwood Female Seminary o p.rn 6.301v.. ..-...Sanford..ar 7.40 17 A.N.DOBBINS& President. Cashier.

I 3 6..5 ...tFort Reed......... 7.ZJ 14 CITY BANK
UL STAUNTON.VA. 5 6.52 .....tRutledge.......... 7.15 12 KISSIMMEE ,
first-class Female School. Location i
17 7.:>> Ar..Ovldeo..lv 6.35 0 -
captivates by beauty and elegance of ------------ -- ORANGE COUNTY, FLA.
1 buildings and gronnds. Every advantage t Flag Stations. No. 3 and 6 Dally. Trains
for thorough. Send education in all de.partmemte. No. 1, 2, 4, 5, 7 and b Daily except Sunday. -
J.L for Catalogue to Train No.t>stops at Klsslrnmee for breakfast. CAPITAL $ 0,000.
.. MASSEY l"rinripaT.Staunton Trains No.19 and 20 Daily. Trains No.21 and -

Male Academy. 22 Connects Daily except at Sanford Sunday.with Sanford and In- Transacts a general Banking business.

Best equipped school in the South. dLn River Railroad for Ovideo and points on -
Oorps of experienced teachers. Fullcabinets with the Line and
of La.1te Jessup; People's Buys and sells Exchange. Letters of Credit
Philosophical Merchants' Line of Steamers
and Chemical apparatus. Location .... Del&ry-Baya r cashed.
unsurpassed for beauty and healtb- '_ for Jacksonville and all intermediate pointson
fnines Catalogue on St .Johns River,and with Steamers for In- '\ -
WM IL KABLE. A.If., Prindpal,...:: dian \liver and Upper St.Johns.At y Has correspondents in all the chief towns
.: STAUNTON. VA.$700to$25OOAYKAK'. r-_. ..._ R isslmmee with Steamers for Fort Myers of Florida,also Seaboard National Bank au t
-- --- and Bat'singer,and points on Kisslmmee river. Gun, Locksmiths, and Stencil Cutters, Messrs. C..M. Whitney&Co.,New York.In .
Bank of Irelan
with Florida Southern Great Britain: The
,:':,, clear of Railway At Pel nbertou for all points Ferry East and West,., 44 W. Forsyth St., Op.St.Johns Hotel. Royal Bank of Scotland, Bank of Brill.
1 expense,can be atrtow: with Northl Southern' FLORIDA North America and Melville, Evans & C
made working for us. Agents preferred who Railway fc can furnish their own horses and give their Tickets sold at all regular station I Qnnsmithlng done in all its branches.
whole time to the business. Spare moments Through! East anti West.FREDERIC. IRON SAFE WORK andWIIISKY without HABITS pain. cured Book
points at home
may be profitably employed also. A lew vacancies OP1 I U Ifl sent Fr...
In towns and cities.?f'B. F.JOHNSON H. RAND, Spocial rates on Stencil Cutting,by mail. -B.of H.particular WOOLLEY.K.D.,AUat,6a..
A CO.,1013 MalnSt.: Richmond, Va. Gea.'l Ticket Agent ct-U

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Great Southern Freight and: Passenger Route between New England and ANDFERTILIZERS

1 :'. Georgia, Florida, Alabama? the South and Southwest. I

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No Transhipment.6* Jr1r No Extra. Handling "fit (Successor to J. E. Hart,) ,.
Cabin Passage, '$20; Excursion $33.00; Steerage, 812, 20 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Flu. .t'.;>

? I handle none but, the Best and most Reliable Heed My new Catalogue will be sent free on ,
The superior Iron Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail from application. Also, Wholesale Dealer in

y',,. .Boston, every Thursday at 3 P. M., and from Savannah as follows : Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Grits, Meal, BranWheat,

: :. i GROUND FEED, MEAL, Etc.

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''T '..,-!,.'',: ., "', *.+. J. E. Tygert & Co.'s Star Brand Fertilizers.Guurnntced r

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CITY OF MACON Capt. Kelley.................................?........?Thursday, July 8, at 11:30 a.m
CITY OF MACON Capt. Kelley?..............................................Thursday, July 22, at 9:30 p.m Prices on application. July 27 tl
CITY OF MACON Capt. Kelley......................?...?.................Thursday, Aug. 5,at 10:00 a. m
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley...............................................Thursday, Aug. 19, at 8:30 a.m --r, R
,CITY OP MACO! Capt. Kelley?..........?................................Thursday, Sept. 2,at 9:00: p.m -c. :>-
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley..._................._.....?.............Thursday, Sept. 16,at 7:30 p.m SOOFIELD'S IRON WORKS

.. Through Bills of Lading ajffS Tickets over Central Railroad of Georgia Savannah, Florida
and Western Railway, and connecting with East Florida by the waycross Short Line. ..
;;: (Florida Dispatch)and the Steamers of the b Island Route. Adjoining Passenger Depot, MACON, GA. Manufacturers of the old and well known

W. H. RINt. Nickerson's Wharf, Boston. .

For Freight and rooms apply to RICHARDSON fe BARNARD Agents, Savannah,Ga. SCHOFIELD'S PATENTED
I .For Tickets apply to connecting lines


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The most substantial,best built, and fastest packing COTTON PRESS on the market. Packs
.."..: by banoseam::: Portable and Stationary Steam, Engines and Boilers, '.

.. : 11: :bI.C E -FORT power. All sizes and styles-4 to 100 horse power. Shafting Pulleys, Hangers Mill Gearing -
J and Machinery a specialty. Ilancock Inspirators the best boiler feeder known
"55 to 60 Hours and acknowledged standard. Iron Pipe and Fittings, Engine Trimmings DraM valves
'IL NEW YORK Whistles,Lubricators, Rubber and Leather Beting acid everything pertaining to Foundry
betweenSAVANNAH Machine and l\U1l8upply business. Address ,

and AND J. S. SCHOFIELD & SON, Proprietors. ,,;..:,:


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(Central or OO Meridian Time.) J All modern Improvement and

Passage Rates Between Savannah and New Torn. appliances the house have and no been hotel placed in the in '-'

,... State is more handsomely fur-
To or from New York,Cabin, tom; Steerage,812.50; Excursion (return trip),>J<13.50. nished.
THE Magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows:
Finest Resort In the South.

The Hotel contains 190 rooms,of
TALLAHASSEE Capt. .'V'edneRdaySept. 1 1- 8:09() a. m
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson............?...... ..............Friday Sept 3- 9W:: a. m which HU are bed l rooms; the I re-
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. II. C. Daggett..........................Monday, Sept. G-12:30 p. m mainder are mostly public rooms .
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catherine.....................................Wednesday, Sept. 82:30 p. in ,s for the nse of the guests of the
NACOOCHEE, Capt. Kempton.....................:...........M.Friday:; Sept.. 10- 4:00: p. m house.
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher....?.............?............_.Monday, Sept. 13- 5:30 p. m Surf Bathing, Surf Fishing and ,
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson........._....Wednesday. Sept. 15- 700a. in Bicycle Riding, on this noted.
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. H. C. Daggett.............................._Friday Sept.17- 8:0i)a. m beautiful beach, are among the
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine.-........................M.Monday, Hep''. -10:30a. m + leading ntti actions.
NACOOCHEE, Capt Kempton.?..........................?.Wednesday, Sept.22-12:30 a. m -
TALLAHASSEE) Capt. Fisher...........?.......?....................................Friday, Sept.213:00: p. in
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson..................._....................Monday, Sept.27- 5:00 p. m TERMS:Transient,per day, 93.00
CITY OF SAVANNAH Capt H. C. Daggett.........................Wednesday, Sept. 29- 7:00 a. m /"
Special rates by the Week and
FOR PHILADELPHIA. to Famlllea.i ; ,

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[These Steamers do not carry Passengers.]

DESSOUG, Capt. Smith..............._.?..........._...................Saturday,Sept. 4-lhOa.m(
DEHSUOG, Capt. Smith_...........?.......?..-..?..................Saturday,Sept. 15- 6:30: a. m
JUNIATA Capt. -_..............S....................?........?................Saturday,Sept. 253:30 p. m if'

THESE PALACE STEAMERS, To Truckers and Gardeners. '

Connecting with the Savannah, Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line) and ,
the Sea Island Route. i A
Offer to the Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line. GENUINE BERMUDA ONION SEED, '< .
Through Tickets and Bills of Lading Issued to princlpalpolnts North, East and Northwest White and Red Crop 1880. : :
via Savannah. For further particulars apply to :: ;

Pier No.35. North River New York. 1;
City Exchange Building,Savannah, Ga. South.
.w. L.JAMES, Agent, 13 8.Third Street,Philadelphia. The Cabbage for the

-J. D.For HA8HAGEN.Tickets apply, Eastern to connecting Agent,lines.Sav., Florida & Western Ry. Co.,261 Broadway Y, HENDERSON'S FIRST OF ALL PEAS, 1

'- _J_H. R. CHRISTIAN Gen'l Soliciting Agent. The earliest, hardiest and most productive. 1


.:i ,-' The favorite early variety In the South. i

nrs lass Academy for both wxej. Five courses: College Preparatory; Higher English. ( ,
Normal; nuslness'l Industrial Drawing. First-class Art and Music Departments. Fine: The most prolific and solid early varloty..grown. ,
C new Idlngs. enabling us to furnish board and tuition at reasonable rates.
,The purpose of this Institution Is to give, In the delightful climate of Florida,as thoroughand TRUCKERS and MARKET GARDENERS in the South should send for our list of SEEDS specially ., t' .,
liberal an education as can be secured in the best New England schools. adapted for growing for early northern! markets; free on applipation.PETER : .
{ DoLand College will also receive students of both sexes prepared to enter the Freshman -

.,' Class. Send for Catalogue. HENDERSON & 35&3STCEIndttstiEEWYORK. : .
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