The Florida dispatch
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 Material Information
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 13, 1886
Publication Date: -1889
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1876.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -new ser. v. 9, no. 3 (Jan. 21, 1889).
General Note: D.H. Elliott, editor.
General Note: Published at: Live Oak, Fla., <June 20, 1877>-Feb. 11, 1880; and at: Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 18, 1880-Jan. 21, 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (May 8, 1876).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038464
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System ID: UF00055757:00038
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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.' JTluiiville, Editor. j Jacksonville, Fla., Monday. Selt'enlber 13, 1886 {New Series: Vol. 5, No. 37 .
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;; : N&rIitin. the worst part of the season. In York, that we were actually advantage of shipping at car load:>;-

:-, ., round numbers there were marketed driven from that great and principal rates. This amounts to an average of 4

.$.:" .. -- before the freeze: *600,000 boxes, at an market of the country, a market that about forty cents per box. Second, ... .
,- : ";<. advance of $1, per box over the price has taken and disposed!: of over a mil- large saving is obtained'by j3hippinic. %.

. : t.. Mr.; Greenleaf Points Out the Results obtained the previous years, and this lion boxes of oranges during the past in refrigerator cars. Repeated reports -

:: Accomplished, and the was accomplished at an expense of less. four months at prices averaging over from our agent told us of the .- .,
Benefits to be Derived
i;". \ than $400. Was this not worth $5 per box. During one single day almost total logs of fruit sent in common -
from the Exchange.
"'," working for, the value of the crop over 30,000 boxes were sold by one cars, while the Exchange fruit
L'. My attention has been called to an doubled the first year. house at prices ranging from $5 to $7 arrived at same place the same day in,.

&! article. .in your- issue'of July 12th, in We admit we did not accomplishall per box. Last year the Exchange perfect order. My space and time is

)" which you state that the opinion pre- the results desired, and tEat we started the market at handsome prices, I so limited that but few of the benefitsto

vails that the Florida Fruit Exchange knew could be reached, but why ? but were met on the threshold of the be derived from concentration can

has failed to accomplish the results"Xfo'r Simply because we did not }have the season by a most vindictive opposition, be given. We fully expected to obtain -. .

support nifluencaeven .of those who, and .prices i were in jffggk forced ,a :reduction: }in..the rates of transportation -: : 4
one : .
I which,it was )rganized) !l! ".. dytbat t'"?.. W* &B :.**&&&.**{t t '<'-' s r* ., _< '> '- -* : '
but ,
.. ,it is more than hinted that the institution were the most Interest .' It seems In-''down nearly $2 per box. Whenever with such a beggarly. ; ,-!

was managed in the interest of credible that the fruit-growers of a commission merchant foundwe showing of fruit handled, what chance

:. its prominent officers. In answer to Florida, having before them the disasters were obtaining good prices iu any do we have. As soon as we can show

i', these charges,' allow me to make a of former years, when an organ market, telegrams and circulars were that we control a fair proportion of

'7 few.., brief statements : ization formed by themselves, admit- immediately sent, offering fruit at a the crop, we will make a gain in this

First, what caused the Exchange to ted by everyone to be the only hopeof large reduction from the prices real- direction after we have organized our

;j :; be brought into existence? Whatwas relief, should deliberately oppose it. ized by the Exchange agent. We Exchange. The California growers

.. the condition of' the market for Of the fruit marketed last season, have in our possession) numbers of wrote to our manager obtain the plan

Florida oranges when the Exchangewas the Exchange oontrolled less than these documents. Now let me pro and details of thesame. They then went .

organized? If we. go back to the 60,000 boxes, less than ten per cent of ceed to show a few of the other good to work and organized a similar Ex- .

; ,. seasons of 1884-85, we find it was the the total amount, but such was the results of the organization. Out of change, and so well were they backed,

,, most disastrous of any ever known management, that with this small per- the 60,000 boxes intrusted to' us, thereis that scarcely a box of oranges were

from all figures accessible,. and from centage, we so manipulated the mar- not a single box there unaccountedfor. sent outside of the Exchange, unless

the opinion of experts the average kets, that during the last few weeks of 'Vt'hen any were miscarried (and ; sold before leaving the State, and the

.price returned to the growers during shipping we averaged nearly $3 per there were quite a number) the shipper Exchange realized an average of $5 \ M

.,that entire season was less than $1 per box for all fruit sold by us, and the was paid in full at once, and the per box on all fruit they sold last .'..

rd: .. box, a result that caused a panic price was steadily advancing. amount was afterwards collected by season. They reduced the freight rate -".

: ;, through the State, and all agreed that Three weeks before the freeze there the manager from delinquent com- from California to New York from

panies. This source of loss is greater $1.25 per box to forty cents per box.
unless something was done ,at once, were numbers of buyers in the State
orange l property in Florida would be- and every box of oranges then on the than many are aware of, amountingto The old rate from the Mediterranean

oome valueless. Consequently a meet- trees could have been sold at the thousands of boxes during a season, was $1 per box, but by concentrationis
and as the writer can testify after six now but twenty-four cents.
f. ng was called at which every orange groves at a handsome price.
!F r.., grower was invited to participate. Now it is beyond a question, that if months persistent work, it is almost Now a few words as to the charge

Those who were present and organized we could have had\ control of the impossible for a grower to obtain a I that ,the Exchange is used to the advantage :;..,..- : '

i ? the Exchange, were either orange bnlk of the' fruit, we could have obtained dollar for lost fruit. Then there is of the large growers and to."

growers or persons largely interested at least $1 per box more hardly car of oranges shipped on the detriment of the smaller ones.

4 in the development of Florida's best than we did, or in other., words, which there is not more or less over- Let me show the selfsacrificingspirit

:' interests. Now as to the results. Florida lost over $600,000 last charge for freight, amounting in some of those who were most ,

':; We have the actual figures to prove season by the gross stupidity of cases to $40 per car. This also was active in starting the Exchange by

.. ', that the orange growers (including 'the orange-growers, but we prove paid by the Exchange and collected the following fact : It was deemed advisable ,

?:*<<. those who did not ship through the this. jby} stating one fact, there afterwards. Some of the greatest benefits by the management, after the '. .

; Exchange) realized nearly $2 per box .fWwere so, many oranges sent to,, derived from the Exchange by season was opened, caused by the large "

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those outside of the Exchange, to select The manager is so interested in the rrOlle and Orchard. that he finds "growing among the
agents in cities outside of those success of the'fruit-growiug: interest of farmers" of his section, and were, as
originally designated ; among those so the State, that if any more acceptable as' he says they were, "from trees that
About PeachesAcclimatingFruits
selected was a firm to whom one of the person can be found he will step down had been in bearing a great many
directors had for several yeah shippedmost and out. The Directory devotes monthsof years, all of which were simply called
of the fruit belonging to his their time, without one dollar of in by the old residents from whom they
Some time since I said something
house. Another grower thought the I' compensation ; our only object is to your columns' in regard to peach- were obtained, native peaches," (and
director would derive some extra ben- obtain the highest possible prices for in among all the old settlers of Florida
I. growing here South Florida, and I
efit from this appointment, as their Florida fruit. We have devoted years made some mention in a friendly way what is known as Native peach, onlya
fruit was so well known in that market to this study, and only ask that the of something Mr. Tabor said in the seedling.) Now, I repeat, the ideais
The director at once offered if growers agree not to send any fruitto DISPATCH of July 26th on peach simply absurd for he or any other

.. the grower would ship hi-;fruit through commission houses during the monthof growing in Florida, and as the article man to "classify," as he says, (if I
the Exchange, to request the manager November, and we will show such read, I gathered that he intended it understand his meaning,) and say
have box of their fruit results that there will be doubt this is from the Lemon
1 not to one sent no as for the whole State: and thinking he peach Cling,
,' to that agent. It is almost impossible to the future. If we can announce to was not as well acquainted with the Crawford, Old Mixou, and so on. I
: for any favoritism to be shown, as the the dealers in fruit that we have the peach in this section as I hoped I was, wonder had he been shown a specimen -
cars are loaded at different poin's control of the crop of this season, more and it was lack of knowledge that each of the seven trees of theBidwell's
many frequently shipping in the same than half the crop will be sold at the covered so much ground, I undertookto different seedlings. I say, I
:. car. The manager is constantly ad- owner's own price before a box is sent correct any wrong impressions that wonder would he accuse them of Peento -
vised as to the state of the different out of the State. might thus be formed of the culture of parentage. I guess not. And about

;; markets, and directs so many cars to Now, if any more satisfied schemecan the peach in this part of the State, not peach-growing up in Georgia, what
4 the different agents. If all the fruit be devised, we are more than will once thinking that I had said anything. have I got to do with that? They
could be controlled by one man there ing to give place to it, and we will that Mr. Tabor could find fault with i have sent us a good many very poor
would be no difference in the price of i pledge every box of fruit to the new me for. But for some reason heseems to and a few fair peaches from up there
fruit in different sections of the coun Exchange. There was not a single court a newspaper discussion, which I this season, as has also Air. Tabor's
person who sent his fruit to the Exchange county glutted our little market with
try.The very much regret, for I have not the
; fact is, the greatest benefits from through the season last year time for any such thing, and much peaches shipped in barrels, and I have
the working of the Exchange inure that was not thoroughly satisfied thatwe more, I do not like to do it. But the thought if they could not raise better

to the smaller grower, as the large are on the right track. Major\ way he and his best man, Mr.\ Cole, fruit up there than the peaches they
i. grower ships in car load lots, and to Fairbanks, Major Norris, Greenleaf comes at me in the last DISPATCH, I have sent us, it will be a long day be.
agents who are interested in obtainingthe and.{ Pomeroy, and many others, sent don't see how I can get around a re- fore much money is made at it. Per-
best prices possible, in order to re- their entire crop through the Ex ,ply, and before I get through I will haps like the old man from Syracuse,
tain his shipments. Where all receive change and were delighted with the tell of 'some of the very absurd things N. Y. Some one asked him if there

the greatest benefit, is in the enhanced : results. The only thing we have to Mr.\ Tabor has said, and I may as well were not some good men living there.
price obtained by absolute control of fear is outside shipments. Let the say that I appreciate the unkind fling He said he guessed there was, if any-
the markets. growers remember that every box sent that Archer and Mr.\ Cole have madeat where. The questioner said he
.,: The writer has devoted several outside of the Exchange antagonizesit Mr\ Bidwell's new peaches, and will thought there ought to be, as he never
" 1' r weeks, in company with the managerof to that extent, and reduces the price reply to them, that their jealousy of it, saw any of them come away.I .
the Exchange, in investigating the of not only you own fruit but that of will make no difference with the wonder ab'..ut how much Mr.

best method of marketing the crop of your neighbors.It merits of those valuable acquisitions, Tabor knows about "acclimating" apples -
the coming season, and is satisfied, beyond seems to me that every newspa- they are coming all the same, and will in Minnesota\ ; about how much he
a shadow of doubt, that if the per in the State should devote a large stay. That coveted description theyare knows about apple-raising in that State

Exchange can control the greatest portion of their space to this great and so anxious for, will come as soon anyway. If he knows anything aboutit
share of the that will obtain overshadowing interest Do devote all he knows that ten fifteen
crop, we not as they will want to see it, and it will at yes
prices beyond the greatest anticipations all your energies to politics, but take not be what they are hunting for. Mr.\ twenty years ago, there was less trou-
of the Florida fruit-growers, and hold of this matter in earnest and it Cole will also find that I have not liedas ble to grow apples in that State, thanit
give the State a boom that will be far- will succeed. he intimates about Bidwell's Earlynot has been for the past three years.
reaching in its results. Let each individual grower make howing bloom as early as its He knows too, of the seedling pro<;ucd

There is but one right way to mar- up his mind to ship through the Ex- parent Peen-to, and yet we, the past up there, none of them have been any
ket our fruit, and that can be only change, and inform the manager of two seasons, have gathered ripe more hardy to withstand their terrible
reached by concentration of the crop his purpose, and state the probable peaches from it several days beforewe winters than the parent apple.
under one management; this is the amount of his present crop. This will did of Pe 'J.tos standing within The Wealthy, a seedling of the
t universal opinion of fruit-dealers from enable him to make his arrangements seventy-five yards of it, and I will say Oldenburgh, (a Persian apple,) proved
'; all sections of the country with whomwe for freight, etc., to better advantage, this to Mr.\ Tabor, that he need not for itself nearly as hardy as its parent
have consulted and is and will also give heart to the officersof and in it Mr.\ to that
proved by awhile yet, pick out any back seat for gave
the evidence of all the of the Exchange. I wish I could infuse valuable acquisition.Then .
experience me, or look for anything from my pen country a
the past. a hundredth part 'of the energy I on trees in which I jump at conclu- there are seedlings from the
Now will the of Flor- feel into my pen; there is too much that
Siberian family some
fruit-growers s ons, or any statements that I do not crab-apple
ida throw this that I have to leave unsaid. themselves of value
deliberately away golden of my own personal knowledge know to have proved
opportunity? If you will only, each With the best of wishes toward all, be facts, and in my simple, plain way, but usually they die with frozen sap

and every one, take an interest in this I remain,,Vt yours, August, .D., l GREENLEAF.Rutland S try to give the planter information, blight.I .
matter, post yourselves, advise with ---- - Don't-- sell ---- -- that he may get some ideas of how am remembering a little expe-

i' your neighbor, and make up your The story just to told Hastily.of a well-to-do and what to do. rience of my own in that country. I
.' mind to ship through the Exchange, Illinois farmer bears with itan important Now I. have never questioned but had followed a lot of trees I had sent
,> Wt' promise you a grand success ; if lesson. He sold his land and there are some varieties of the old out on the frontier to be sold, andas
; you do not, you will hereby come to stock, intending to purchase in a "Prunus Persia" but may be successfully I started back, one of those little
'_' "more desirable" locality after whichhe
;,.io grief. raised up where Mr. Tabor is lo- blizzards overtook us, and we had
spent $200 in looking around for
o:,.;.t. There is not a member of the Di- another farm, and then returned and tated; but I do question his, or any three miles to drive to reach a town,
rectory who will not gladly give place bought a tract of land adjoiqjpg. his one else, being able, as he says, "gath- and for a time it looked as though we

(:<, to any one suggested by the grower.A old pre misee.. ering peaches f from. different! ,_t trees'1" .. would get' acclimatised" too? bei'ole',,e.
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made it ; the storm lasted three days, that two years ago this country was charged into the street from those at- months, and shipped as wanted, there
the air so filled with snow we could well canvassed by a man that, he and tic windows. In some markets so would be a great gain, for much of
not see across the street ; and when it his trees came from "God knows great was the demoralization that all what goes forward from the trees in
had gone we found people frozen to where," he sold a good many peach Florida fruit was regarded with sus- April or May has deteriotated some
death all about us. I started on foot trees, they .were very fine, he called picion, and a few small shipments of what in flavor and lost in juice. As
over the drifts for home, and in the them I don't know what ; they were pound stock were found unsalable and I fruit becomes plenty and declines in
spring when the snow had gone, I mostly Alexander, Amelia and Earlyor had to be worked: off at a sacrifice.In price, the margin of profit contracts,
found some two acres of my nursery Late Crawfords, (I can't tell them the light of these experiences and and the expense of even a little extra
that was on the higher ground had apart,) many of them have grown well, the possibility of their recurrence, the handling may reduce the latter to a
got "acclimated," froze out root and some trees here in town are three papers are pregnant with hasty and minimum. After all, perhaps the best
branch. Two years ago I took a run inches in diameter, large enough to I gratuitous advice, counselling orange plan is, in most places, to take the
of three months up in that country, have given this season, one-fourth of a growers to gather their fruit in De- chances of frost and grow a regular
and the apple orchards looked sick.I bushel of fruit, but not a specimen, cember or even in November, and succession of varieties, so that ship-
can assure you, a great many trees neither have I heard of or seen a sin- either by burying it in sand, or by ments from the trees may begin in Oc-
that had been in bearing were gone. gle tree that fruited at all. And I as- storage in suitable buildings, to preserve tober with the early varieties and finish
A year ago I took another trip up, but sert again, that it will not do to bring it from the risk of damage by with Hart's Late, which may be gath-
did not get so far up ; like the man that old family of peaches into this frost.Now ered and shipped any time from May\
that went to see the forty thieves play, South Florida country. With all due an orange is not like some' to September; in fact, fruit of this variety -
I saw enough without seeing the other respect for Mr.\ Tabor, I am truly. kinds of pears and apples, that may has been known to hang on the
thirty-nine. In Northern Illinois, andso JAMES MOTT. be picked while hard and inedible, trees in perfect condition for two years.
far as I went in Iowa, the apple or- Orlando August 30. 1886. and brought to full perfection of flavorin The risk of damage by frost may oc-
chards were often the last tree wipedout. the house, but like a strawberry or cur about one year in six in favorable
ECHO'S FROM THE FREEZE. a grape, remains as it was when situations on the east bank of the St.
I visited an old time friend, Samuel i Distributing the Crops--Preserving gathered. Most of the varieties of Johns river below Palatka. In that
Bowers, at Cedar Rapids, Iowa; he has Oranges in SandEtc.Editor oranges at present grown in Floridaare section fruit sustained some injury in
been in the business not at their best until late in Feb--
nursery thirty- FLORIDA DISPATCH. 1857!) 1868, 1870 and 1880, and was a
five years. His fine orchard that had The big freeze of last winter, although ruary, when danger of injury by frostis total loss in 1886, while during the
. been his pride for years, all torn to it appeared anything but funnyat past. We all know how infinitelymore intervening years it was not affected,
pieces by the cold the winter before, the time to the orange growers, who delicious is the average orange unless in some exceptional cases, or in
and much of his stock in then, than during early winter. It
nursery if they laughed at all laughed on the places more exposed to frosts.
seemed, even the Wealthy's, frozen wrong side of their mouths, still had i is evident that fruit left on till spring, Hitherto there has been no concertof
half way to the ground. its humorous aspects One of these should no injurious freeze occur,, action among; growers as respects
Then one hundred miles further on, found expression in the sagacity of a would far outsell that picked in De- time of shipping, every one doing as in
is Dudley W. Adams, a man that few individuals of rheumatic predisposition cember, aside from the no small addi- the golden age of Israel!; "What was
has done more for that country in the who, feeling in their bones pre- tional labor of the storing and preserving right in his own eyes," or rather every
way of Pomology than and other man monib, *y glacial symptoms, were cute process. man for himself. In one of the last
in the Northwest, his fine orchard of enough 10 gather and bury their or- "But," say the growers in the northern meetings of the Florida Fruit Growers' _
eighty acres, hardly a tree left, and so anges, and, with the calm satisfactionof part, or in sections of the State Association, Air. P. P. Bishop, who is
I found it in all that country, turn the captain of a sailing ship, who where frost more frequently occurs, considpred good authority in such mat-
which way I would. The sad disaster, has sent down masts and yards, and "what are we to do? We cannot take ters, recommended that those living in
nothing left but dead trees, with but reduced his canvass to a safe compass, the risk of keeping our fruit over and the least frosty portions of the penin-
few exceptions,a Duches, Wealthy anda lie to till the storm blew over. having it frost-bitten one year in three, sula should delay shipping until he '
few sour crab apples, and often these One can imagine the inward com- nor do we like to ship it before matur- and others on the more northern and
kinds were dead), were all that were placency with which they looked upon ity." In such places those sorts shouldbe frigid portions of the orange belt had
left, and as I have said before this, the general destruction, and felt that chiefly grown, which are ripe and[ finished, which he tries to do about the
Iowa lost by frost that winter many their own little store was safe ; and the fit to pack in sand, or to ship by or holidays, or at least before a big freeze
times more than our State did by the proud consciousness of superior pene- before the first of December. Thereare occurs. The southern members thought
freeze of last winter.I tration with which, like shrewd stock several of these early varieties of f such an arrangement might be entered
raised the trees and helped to jobbers who have secured a corner in good quality, and more will doubtlessbe into, provided; their more northern
make money of the bearing orchardsin the market, they unearthed their discovered or originated. We hear brethren would agree not to demoralize
those two States, and I deny the as- hoards, and, with "a clear stage and no a great outcry about spoiling the mar- the market by shipping immature and
sertion that Mr.\ Tabor makes that favor," disposed of the same at stun- ket, and ruining the reputation of our sour fruit.
there has been any further success with ning figues when the orange market fruit by early shipments. These un- In a late number of the Times- Union,
seedlings in those countries than I have had become as destitute as the cup- desirable consequences are not the Professor Curtiss recommends packingand
stated, and again I assert, thereis board of Mother\ Hubbard. Others fault of early shipments, but the re- preserving by cold storage or
no such thing as acclimat there were who, at the last moment, sults of shipping unripe and sour fruit. otherwise, oranges, till the most f favorable -
ing a tree, I have never foundit hastily picked and bundled large If those who' ship early would culti- season for marketing, and the
and Mr. Tabor can keep on with quantities of fruit into the flimsy out- vate only those varieties which, as I[ general tenor of his letter points
that old strain of peaches, go over the houses peculiar to Florida, only to said before, are perfectly mature and I to midsummer as that season.
ground that so many times has been find it afterward in little better condi- sweet in November, we should hearnothing My own experience would make the
gone over by the settlers before him, tion than if it had remained outside. of this hullaballoo against t midsummer months the most unfavor-
and he will come out where they did, Their experience was but a repetitionof early shipments. able time in the whole year, in whichto
and he will find it for a truism, that that of a St. Augustinian who on a Should the process of sand-packing force a large quantity of oranges
these Southern people that first settled former and similar occasion carriedhis 1 prove as effectual a preservative as upon the northern markets. Prices '
this country and from the fact that crop into an attic and during the claimed, its chief value will consist in have heretofore ruled high at that sea- ;
they came here from peach-growing subsequent sorting and packing process prolonging our shipping season. If on, but only on account of the scarcity
countries, tried so hard to raise the the neighborhood was lendered fruit may be left on the trees till fully of fruit, a little was wanted badly, and
same peaches here, they are not all 1 dangerous and passers by from the ripe, say in February or March, and after this limited demand had been sat-
fools.I volleys of decayed fruit that were then packed in sand and kept without isfied, sales would be dull.
will go op a J little! further and say constantly and\ incontinently dis- decay Of depreciation for several Fruits, like every thing else underi



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heaven, have their times and seasons, Live jStodr. Peters says he loves them and that law the rich men would soon own all

and out of season the best of them go 0 ou they are the best cattle he ever saw; the cattle.

slowly. Some of our most ambitiousand but time and circumstances led him to 5. I think that cattle running at
Brahmin Cattle.
energetic melon growers have Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH. sell his Brahmins and take to the. Jer large tends to i improve, the grass that

overreached themselves, and found it seys. He says he believes from my i is in the woods, and( especially along
Since my reference to the Bahmin
unprofitable to ship their giant berries statement to him that I have low places.
stock in attention has
your paper my
north before the right time cam THE BEST STRAINof 6. Besides if the cattle are allowedto
been directed to the following interesting -
Early] in April the demand for FlorIda the Brahmins in America, unless it run at large the State can supporta
letter from Hon. H. A. Hendry, one
i oranges begins to fall offquite sen- be in some show, and advises me to greater amount of cattle, and thus
of the most intelligent and heavy stock-
sibly, and lessens as the season advances. take special care of them, as they are insure cheap meat for the market, and
growers in South Florida, which appears -
This is not because our oranges the most hearty cattle he ever saw,.and more milk and butter for( general use.
I in the Fort Myers\ Press. I
have badly deteriorated, or becauseour entirely free from the murrain and I will vote fur( cattle and sheep running -
have bred short horns and have some
customers are losing their relish for many other diseases which follow the at large, and( for a law requiring
knowledge of the Holsteins and Jerseys -
them, but because their attention' is Short Horns, Jerseys, Holstiena and hogs to be kept in pens, and dogs
but I believe the Brahmius com-
diverted to, and their storage capacity other fine breeds, when removed from taxed not less than one dollar each
bine than either
more good qualities ,
divided with the multitudinous berries, one locality to another. Colonel per annum. _
and to breed to our native tock are
'the cherries, and other superior to any and all others. If a
fruits, which everywhere appear) in Brahmins requiring all bulls running at large to
full blood bull could be procured, it
immense quantities, and at prices with- WITH THE GUERNSEYS, be licensed; no bull to be licensed un-
would, be of immense advantage to the
in reach of the most humble purse. and fell in love with these because of lees he reaches a certain standard, to
State of Florida in securing a hardier
Because some had obtained large re- their rich milk and gentle disposition. i- be specified by law; this standard to
stock than any of the choice breedsnow
turns for oranges by holding them late, He is now breeding the thor- be raised every three years till a
their neighbors thought-as our Cal- oughbred Jerseys and sells no heifers, proper standard is reached, and then
Capt. Hendry :
ifornia friends thought last winter in thereby securing in a measure the full maintained. Any bull not licensed,
Early in June last, I visited Col.
their blindness about the temporary bloods to himself and cannot supplythe and running at large, may be shot. A
Richard Peters, of Atlanta, Ga., for
boom caused by the sudden annihila demand for hulls. Speaking againof licensed bull to wear a mark by which
the purpose of obtaining informationconcerning
tion of our whole crop that it would the bulls sold to Stone & Amblerin he may be known. This would soon

always be thus, so next season when Florida, and the strain I have of rid the country of inferior bulls andgive
they tried the nice little trick of hold- them, I will state that many other to us an improved grade of stock
and to learn of him where I might
ing on late to their fruit, prices were ; stock in the Southern counties have throughout the Ktate. Then we
find some high grades or thorough-
lower and the waste infinitely greater the same strain of Brahmins that I would have plenty of good beef, milk
breds. I found him very courteous
than if they had shipped it earlier. have, but few, however, seem to take and butter. FARMER JOHN.
and willing to talk fine stock, and ...
Winter before last the constant refrainin special care or notice of them. It -- -
improved grasses. Colonel Peters is Queries.Editor .
all the northern markets from December would be well for all the cattlemenwho
now an old gentleman and has been FLORIDA DISPATCH:

nnjil May was, "Hold on a engaged in the stock business over have any of them to give them If you ean, and will kindly answer

little ; don't ship any more just now ; and is fine special care and breed them in-and-in, the following questions, you will much
years, authority on
markets all glutted.] Perhaps, in as they will tend to. go back toward relieve a troubled mind :
stock of almost kind.
every Comingto 1. Is it too late in the season to
view of present prospects, they will the original standard.
the point, and the main object of plant German millet and teosinte.
not harp much on that string during F. A. HENDRY.
my visit I quote him: 2. Where can Guinea cows be
the coming winter, but the winter after = 4 bought ?
"The liberality of my purchases, The
* Stock Law.
next ? f. 3. Will the Texan fever attack cat-
and the scale on which I was breed- Editor FLORIDA 4 DISPATCH:
Mr.\ Editor, wouldn't it be better not to tle not turned loose on a range, but
I be able convince
ing attracted general attention and may not to you
kept in a home pasture or fed in the
tell people how to preserve their fruit, the celebrated naturalist, the late Dr. that I am right in my view, yet I am stall?

but rather how to destroy some of it, Buchman, of Charleston, South Caro- glad of the privilege of expressing my 4. Do you know of any incubator

so that everybody may have a chanceto hula, urged me to buy the Brahmin views in your excellent paper. I am which will hatch eggs with ordinarycare

sell a little? Now I will sit down cattle, in favor of permitting cattle to run at ? Yours very truly,

and see who howls first. A. S. WHEDON.
THE SACRED BULLS OF INDIA, large in Florida, and will tell you Yalaba, August 16,1886.
..---- holding that they would thrive in our why. 1. It is now too late to plant millet.

PEACHES ON SANDY LAND. climate. I therefore began the experiment 1. It will not pay to raise cattle in 2. There used to be a stock of Gui-

Editor In answer FLORIDA to DISPATCH Mr. Steele: about peach with Brahmin's by paying Florida if they must be kept up all nea cows in Madison\ county, in the

$1,000 in gold for a pure bred importedbull. the time. It may pay in some of the vicinity of Station 5, and if we are not
.growing in sandy soil] here in South

t Florida. In Orange county I have My herd cost me $3,505 in northern counties where good grass mistaken, General Dickison, late Ad-

gold. The animals did excellently, can be raised, but in other parts of jutant General, had a number. The
seen it, in no other; in some instances
and I thought I had solved the prob- the State they would have to be fed, late Mr. Thrasher brought in several
there may hove been clay subsoil, but
lem. They made fine beef cattle- and that would be too great an ex- from Georgia and sold them here ;
in others I know there was none. I
wonderful-and some of them were pense. among them was a fine bull and heifer
know of trees'of the Persian
wonderful milkers; I had one grade 2. As it will not pay to keep up for ex-Governor Reed, from which he
strain twenty-five old. Some
:years Brahmin cow that yielded thirty-six cattle and feed them for beef here, it bred several heifers.
Peen-tos at Zellwood on Captain Selma's -
quarts of milk per day. I exhibitedher follows that we would soon have to 3. If by Texan fever our correspondent -
grounds, planted six last
years at the fairs and took premiums ship all our beef from other quarters.A refers to the fever which
winter, are fine trees, and Mrs. Selma
everywhere." few wealthy men, having large commonly attacks cattle brought here
tells Juethey have borne full
every year Colonel Peters sold some of his fine bodies of low ]lands, might make some- from the North and West, those sta
since the first after planting. Ir.Bidwell's .
Brahmin bulls to Messrs. Stone & thing by keeping cattle enclosed in bled and fed are not so liable as those
Early here at Orlando is six
Ambler, of Jacksonville, Fla.] who large pastures. which run to pasture. Among the importers -
inches in diameter and has borne a
STARTED A STOCK FARM 3. We have plenty of timber to of improved stock in the vicin-
good each for the past three
crop year
before the war, at or near Enterprise, make fences, and therefore can affordto ity of Jacksonville, it is safe to say
and I heard Mr. Bidwell say of
years Fla., and it was through their kindness fence against stock. that three-fourths of all have died i in
it that there was no clay within a half
I obtained astrain of Brahmins by 4. By allowing cattle to run at acclimating. Some are suddenly at-
mile of it for
a pretty good showing a
four-year-old. JAMES MOTT. their allowing me to put in ten choice large the poor man can keep cattle as tacked with violent pain in the head

Orlando,Fla., Aug. 30,1886. native cows with their herd. Colonel well as the rich. If we had the stock and die in a very short time ; others

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'.;; suffer in the loins and soreness in the tIoIIle Int JJe8t8. When the plants have made their summer we have many delightfullycool
{ udder, refuse feed, shrink their milk, first bloom, so that tie color is known, days, and the winters are all that
. and, unless relieved, waste and BY MRS. E. A. HILL. be
away they may removed to the flower- can be reasonably asked for or ex
: die, after days and weeks of suffering, 1 beds or grounds. pected.
or slowly recover, being many months BEAUTIFY THE HOME. Select for use only the double and While the world labors under the
in resuming their normal condition. The love of the beautiful needs the half-double varieties. Many that have curse, thorns and thistles will spring

The disease not contagious, and not, fostering care of every one who would half double flowers at first blooming up go where you may they come in
like the so-called Texas fever, liable to make life pleasant and happy. Whoever will develop into full double blossoms every form and fashion ; it is our work
spread among native cattle. We have : creates a lovely picture, whetheron afterwards. Destroy all abortive to overcome them, and there are many
lost several fine Jerseys, Durhams, and canvas, in a poem, or on the broad, colors in the seed plat, and leave a here competent to perform the task.
r other grades at different periods, and brown bosom of Mother Earth, or ina few single flowers of brightest colors We cannot expect to go out into
have nursed several through success- cozy, cheerful home, adds to the for seeds. the wilderness where land is cheap,
fully ; but, as a rule, we would esti- world's priceless treasure, and does By this process I have found that, and can be had almost for the asking,
mate a homebred and acclimated cow something towards elevating, refiningand instead of running out, as many flow- and find all the conveniences of city
worth double that of an imported, un- making happy the human race.- ers do in cultivation, they do rather life. Those who start out as pioneers, to
acclimated. one of the same qualities. Selected.In improve.The make a home and grove, to support it
... this collection offer the following -
Brahmin Cattle we Zinnia, thus handled, supplies must expect some privations, and
Make better oxen, better beeves, and article from the pen of a valued the place in our gardens both of the many are willing to do this for the
correspondent, which is suggestive of dahlias and the asters. N. W. sake of home could
give a fair quantity of very rich milk, a they not get
much that be done render .
might to 4
and while they are said to be the cat- Washing.Editor elsewhere. Many kinds of fruit can
home attractive
tle for the Southern climate,I find that : HOME INTERESTS: be raised here, such as peaches, pine-

they stand the winters equally as well, TIlE ZINNIA. In regard to the recipe for washing apples, guavas, plums, also berries of
if not better than the other breeds, and The Zinnia (Z. Elegans) is a garden given by Maude, I will say that I have all kinds, s>on give a fair return for
we have all kinds in this parish. Mr. flower introduced from Mexico.\ It is tried it and find it excellent for very labor and expense, while the orange is .
Temple, who has been butchering here an annual that continues to grow and dirty clothes ; it will start the dirt. I longer in coming to maturity, it beingour
for more than twenty years, tells me bloom until it is killed by the frost. think for clear, white clothes the con- best paying crop so far, but the
he invariably finds the Brahmin fat, I In the North the summers are so shortit tinued use of kerosene will cause themto peach matures so early that it may
when the native cattle are too poor to has scarcely time to develop its become yellow after a time. I give yet compete with the orange. Our
kill. It'is claimed by those who have bloom before the cold weather comes my opinion for what it is worth, others strawberry season lasts about six,
. had no experience with them that they and cuts off its short life. But here in may think differently, no doubt sev- months, while at the North it ]lasts
are wild, vicious, and more difficult to Florida, as in Mexico, it finds its true eral rinsings would prevent much of only about as many weeks. Our ham-
pen than any other stock, but I have home. It well supplies the place of the that effect.I mocks are well adapted to vegetablesand
not found this the case. My stock, dahlia, and becomes the most brilliant will give you my method of wash- grow them to perfection, but our
numbering nearly two hundred, are ornament of the yard or lawn from July1st ing black and white ginghams, whichI light pine lands are deficient in pot-
driven up nearly every day, and if to the end of the year. It seems think cannot be surpassed. These ash and humus, in consequence of its
there is a vicious one in the lot it is to revel in the hot sun and the pure ginghams were much in favor with yearly fires which have consumed the
not to my knowledge. As I said be- sand ; and with only a little help and elderly ladies in former years ; but fertilizers which nature intended
fore, I have been raising them for encouragement it becomes one of the owing to the difficulty of washing so should be returned to the soil ; for this
years, and my father and I have sold most desirable of our flowering plants.It as to prevent the color from running reason they must be supplied, and
two-thirds of those taken to Texas, grows more profusely in rich garden are almost wholly discarded. If your when so done, in sufficient quantity,
and am glad that their good qualities soil, but will make a fine, showy plantin readers will try my method of washing vegetables can be grown every monthin
w are being! discussed ; not only that thereis common pine land soil. It has black and white goods, they will the year.A .
a probability of my being personally every shade of color, varying from red, find they will look like new while they beautiful home can be made, and
benefitted, but that those who are un yellow and pink to white. I find the maintained in Florida, at less expense
acquainted with them may have the whites liable to run into other colors, last.To one common bucket of water than at any other place we know of
: opportunity of giving them a trial.- so that is the most difficult color to add three handful's of coarse salt, this side the Rocky Mountains.
G. M. B., in St. Louis Stock Journal. maintain. To keep a profusion of the don't be afraid of getting too much. Reader, if you have no home of
"' """."W best flowers the should be well own and see to
Highbred Cows South. plants Put the water in a boiler and bringto your no way get one
cut back, and all flowers cut as soon heat how where you are, come South, young
matter much
Notwithstanding the sweeping destruction a boiling ; no
of cattle during the war, as they begin to fade. soiled the dress is, plunge it in and man or old man or whoever you are,
says the Nashville American, there are For the best effect, they may be keep the temperature- up to the same- come and see what others have done, '
ten highly bred animals to-day in the grouped in colors, !in any order the point for twenty minutes, then remove it may give you some idea of what
South where there of was one in 1860. fancy or taste may dictate, and their the boiler and when cool enough, rub you can do. If you cannot come
Tennessee Ken-
men grouping will furnish a field where the write, and find out all you can. The
out in the same water this will
tucky, Virginia, and other Southern perma-
States, where natural grasses would amateur florist may develop the skill nently set the color, so that all subse- FLORIDA DISPATCH will give you a
flourish, entered with'' a zeal and en- of an artist. quent washings can be done in the or- correct idea of things ; it has no
ergy into this business, which has Having once procured seeds of the dinary way. MRS. LEWIS. hobby, or particular section to showup
wrought great results. The South best double varieties, there need be no 4 and will give you impartial information -
has now over eight hundred millions further trouble about obtaining plants. Why Not ? of all p +Irts of the State.
of dollars invested in milch cows, oxen .
and other cattle, sheep, hogs, horses The seeds, if of distinct colors, may be "Can't truthfully recommend any Now about those recipes ; we will
and mules. Fully one-fourth of all sown any time in the spring where theyare one to come to Florida." We ask, take the Indian Pudding again. Nothing -
the live stock in the United States is to bloom; but, perhaps,a better way why not ? The cyclones and hurri- is better when made right, and r
owned in the South.. will be to raise the plants on some side canes have not molested us ; the bliz- there is a secret to its success.S. .
Feeding Hogs.In patch of ground that is to be left for zards are all at rest ; the ice and snow L. REED.Correspondence. .
a test made by an Ohio pork- that purpose. Here, if the plants are scarcely take a look this way ; thereare i t. .
raiser he found that a bushel of corn kept free from grass and weeds, they no muddy streets, consequently no
fed from the cob made nine pounds of will self seed and keep up the supplyfor mud to be brought into the house: MRS. E. A. HILL, -
pork. A bushel of corn boiled made Dear MadamThe Home Department -
years. If at any time a particular Our thermometers have never got
started in the FLORIDA
thirteen and a half pounds of pork, lately
and a bushel of meal cooked made variety may be wanted, seeds of that above its nineties when at its greatest DISPATCH is just what we need, and
sixteen and a half pounds. variety may be introduced at wilL heat, and as our rainy season is in reading over its recipes, I thought

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I would send you mine for Pome- pIes as fine as you like fruit. Sing the larva until sealed over ; in fact, .

granite Jelly, as I asked so many, while you cut it. Some say that will J1pi lF all the work of the hive is performedby

both northerners and natives for the above earthly bubbles and them. They are all undeveloped
carry you
for this and knew
recipe jelly they .
nothing about it. If you think it will troubles, making the mockingbirdssing : Apiaculture.Editor females, the queen being the only per-
in concert. Well then FLORIDA DISPATCH: fect female in the hive. Sometimesupon
be of use to one publishit. put as
any you may A colony of bees in their normal
My pomegranites are those havingthe much water to it as will soak it well the death of the queen, a worker

bitter rind. I do not know the over night. Water does not cost any- condition consists of a queen, drones will assume her duties, laying a few
and workers. The is the motherof
particular name. thing, yet, it may soon. Then in the queen eggs, but all of which hatch into
Yours for Home Interests of Flor- the whole colony, performing no
ida Miis. H. H. HARVEY morning put three cups of molasses drones.
: other duty than that of laying eggs;
Seffner, Fla. into the apples, and two or three kindsof HATCHING.
and should she from be de-
Lake View, Aug,16, 1886. spice. By the way, keep up the > any cause The average time for the hatchingof
stroyed, the existence of that stock is
singing ; it will add very much to the the different kinds of bees is, for the
Editor Home Interests; somewhat uncertain. Hence the ne-
sweetness of the cake. Let your ap- queen sixteen, workers twenty-one,
I the last
WAS pleased to see by cessity in being careful in transferringto
number of the DISPATCH, that we ples simmer on the stove two or three and drones twenty-four days, respect-
insure the life of the Should
ladies are to have a column to our- hours, and you will find your dish queen. ively, depending somewhat upon the
L the colony at time be deprived of
selves. '
:. will contain a variety of fruit, transformed -I temperature.
It will serve to make the journal their queen, and there are eggs in the
their the
into citron, raisins, currants, As respecting ages, queen
doubly welcome to our home. As a hive not over four days old, they will
rule, women take an interest in their etc. When cold, add a cup of chop- most likely succeed in lives three or four years, but after her
rearing a suc-
own improvement, and there is no ped pork, or two-thirds of a cup of third season should be removed, and a
But the has
cessor. as
more efficacious means of doing so any other shortening, but pork chop- young queen young one substituted.The .
to run the risk of being caught by
than by devoting their leisure mo- ped fine is best, one teaspoon of soda, drones are seldom allowed to
ments to useful some while on her mating flight
reading.If enemy
two or three eggs, stir in flour to makea remain much longer than the close of
wives wish to preserve their there still remains an uncertainty.The .
and must pretty stiff batter. It will make the swarming season, unless in queen-
beauty good tempers, they time from the newly-laid
take daily one half kou '8 rest either two loaves ; bake slow and well. egg less colonies, which sometimes retain
until the hatches is about
before or after dinner. That time While baking don't forget the sing- young queen them through the winter.

may become a source of pleasure and ing part. For instance, sing sixteen days. But should the bees se- During the working season the life
usefulness the advice and lect that three four
by studying were or days
"0,the transporting scene that rises to my of the worker does not, perhaps, aver-
recipes in the household departmentof sight. old, the time required is so much les
their Sweet fields arrayed In living green and riv- age more than sixty days, while duringthe
family paper or journal. ers of delight." sened. On the fifth day after she
Yours truly, Don't smother it ; sing aloud that from the cell the weather fall and winter they may live sev-
MRS. J. A. MILTIMORE. the mocking birds may keep you emerges eral months. It is my opinion that
Dorchester, Wls.,Aug, 17, '86. HELEN. being fine,she usually flies out, betweentwo the
the shortness of their lives during
.. and five in the afternoon, and
summer is caused by their wings be-
s Recipes. Baby Management.We mates with the drone in the air. In
INDIAN PUDDING-Four of coming so much broken that they are
cups commend the following from
about three days thereafter she will
sweet milk to one of meal unable to reach the hive, when out in
corn put "Babyhood, to the consideration of I have four
commence laying. on oc-
half the milk on the fire, mix the meal all mothers : search of stores. But as the queen lays
young casions witnessed the flight and returnof
t with the other half. When the milk from two to three thousand eggs per
The way to keep the baby from be- each the
young queens, bearing evidence -
boils this in do not let it scald day, the loss is not noticed. One peculiarity -
pour ; coming "spoilt" is to let it cry as littleas I of being, fertilized ; the time
too much for here lies the secret if in the manner of depositingeggs
possible. It will gain strength of varied from
eighteen to twenty-five
you want it to whey. Take it from mind to endure its necessary ills all minutes. by a fertile worker and a queenis

the fire add salt and that the former will lay from one
ginger to
syrup the sooner if it is allowed to suffer as Should he
of its
a colony deprived
In last article to four eggs in a cell, and scattering
taste. on "cookery" ;
my little as possible from ills that can be at time when there
queen a are no
for sauce read whey. while the latter lays but one egg in
avoided. Its wants should be anticipateditssourcesofdiscomfortshould -. drones the of
rearing a queen
FLORIDA WATER-So called, is be each, and regularly over the comb.
prove worse than useless ; for, until she
made as follows. : Take half a gallonof I HONEY.
removed as soon as they arise, without has mated, all her eggs will hatch into

90 per cent. alcohol, put in a leaf waiting for it to cry ; it shoud be pre drones ; and as these latter do not Many speak of their bees making

of lavender, of bergamot and lemonone vented in every way from forming the gather either honey or pollen, the honey ; such is not the case, as bees

ounce, and of cloves and cinnamon habit of crying. Study its expressionwhen i more there are of them the worse it is only gather the honey secreted by the

each one drahm, add one gallon water, tired of the floor
it is playing on for the stock. The better plan is to flowers. This is easily demonstrated ;

and filter. take it up and dance it about the have a quantity of young queens on by removing all the stores from a colony -

WASHING CoMPOUND-Put one room, and let it look out of the win- hand as reserves, for cases of emergency. then feeding them liquid sweetsof

pound potash, quarter pound borax dow for a few minutes. In 'a little The method of queen-raising I any kind, and you will find the

into one galon of water and boil until while it will be glad to get back and shall reserve for a future article. same article stored of which they were

dissolves, take from the fire and add play on the floor again. If it is nec- fed.

nine tablespoonfulls of kerosene oil, cessary to resort to discipline be care- DRONES. POLLEN. -

six of spirits turpentine, then put on ful to seize the right moment for it. If The drone is the male. bee, and its If one will notice a colony on a fair

the fire and boil slowly fifteen min- you want the baby to learn to go to only office is the fertilization of the day, he will see many of the workers

utes, use it anyway you like and you sleep without being rocked, choose a queen; this accomplished, they are of entering the hive with a yellow or

will find it good about two tablespoonfulls no further use, and are generally ban-
day when it has.been unusually bright reddish substance upon their hind

in the tub or boiler. and happy all the morning, wait until ished from the hive by the workers. legs. This is the fertilizing substance

RADISHES-Take a box of any size, twenty minutes or so after the regular They are incapacitated for gatheringstores found in flower, called pollen The .

six inches deep, fill with fine sand, sow hour for its nap, and give it a cup of ; hence to say "as lazy as a bees store it in the hive, and out of

the seed and keep moist with diluted milk particularly sweet and warm drone" is equivalent to reproachingan which the food of the larva is princi-

t manure water, you will have the best and nice, make its little bed soft and armless man for not being able to pally made. Their manner of carry-

and quickest grown radishes you ever cosy, lay it down gently and soothe it perform manual labor. ing it is rather singular. On the hind

eat. Radishes want a light soil, with a little kissing and patting, and, WORKERS. legs are a set of stiff hairs, which serveas

plenty of moisture and that is all. if it is not already too much spoilt, it These constitute the greater portionof a kind of fingers, with which they

FRUIT CAKE-Take a pair of old will be only too happy to close its the colony, and upon them devolves hold the pollen as gathered. Upon
shears and a handful of dried apples, eyes in the sweetest kind of sleep. If the gathering of honey, pollen and arriving in the hive they shove the

and an easy chair as you have, a tea- it does not its fits of crying will be as propolis; also,the elaboration of wax, legs containing the pollen into a cell,

cup, and cut up two cups of dried aPe brief and as little injurious as it can be. comb-building, feeding and caring for and, with the others, work the load off


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i;:' S as a man would his pants. Some of sions I will give some facts and figures Calif ornia May they all succeed, and may Florida

:i, the other bees pack it down with their from my own apiary which I stand --- .'-. -- prove, indeed, a good peachgrowingState

heads. These interesting performances ready to prove, if anybody doubts.In California and Florida. is our most earnest wish. Fora

may be seen by taking out a frame of the spring of 1884 I started with Editor Press :-I hope you and good peach crop, ready for marketin

,, comb and bees, as they will usually fifteen stands of Italian bees, on pine Brother Manville of our DISPATCHwill June, would be a good thing to

... continue their work if quietly handled. land, half a mile from Archer. During not get personal or two combative ha ve.

PROPOLIS. the summer they increased to forty- in your able defense of your specially I sincerely regret to learn that you

: Another substance found in a hive two stands, and I took 1,650 pounds of favored localities. California and of California are not expecting a full

from them increase of crop this coming season. 1 had hoped
honey being an
: ,
Florida and
is that with which they fasten or glue are grand splended coun-
three-fold and 110 of that vhile Florida could not furnish
nearly pounds
up cracks. This is called propolis or tries with their drawbacks and incon-
:; her usual supply more favored California -
stand. One stand turnedout ,
bee-glue. It is mostly gathered from honey per veniences incident to earth life. Letus
200 At time this could meet the demand for good
the buds of trees, and carried home in pounds. one try to find all the good things in

the same manner as the pollen. It is stand made twenty-seven pounds of both and not hunt for the bad. The oranges with a full crop of good qual-

in four and half ity, even good enough to take the placeof
: honey a days by act-
,,: a very sticky substance, and becomes homesick soreheads will find all of
: ual weight. This year I have one, a those and them renowned Florida oranges. And
hard and brittle with age, but is easily report duly exagge-
.t. hived about the middle of should they by some experts be
new swarm rated and in their northernand pro-
T5 removed by an application of kerosene.WAX. magnified,
.. June, that have made fifty pounds eastern local papers. Leave that nounced even better than ours, I will

; comb honey in sections and sent out only say, Bravo, our good sister, Cali-
work them while who have
to we
have that the substance
Many supposed
fornia 1 I rejoice in good fortune,
one large swarm. Another hived your
made these nooks of
long neglected
from which the bees made
about the first of July, from which I and glory in your pluck and vim. But
homes seek
paradise our to develop
comb is carried into the. hive on their
lookout starboard while
keep a good to
have extracted eighty pounds, and
i their their
resources, improve
This is mistaken idea present
legs. a as wax
hobnob with those Yankee rela-
there are at least forty pounds more you
and add their comforts
advantages, to
is a secretion from the body of the
tives of and be
not cajoled
ready to extract. There are many yours
iu no spirit of contention or jealousy.
bee similar to the of
growth our finger
i the idea that the
others forty stands about as you are only placeon
among my California and Florida, not Californiaor
nails. The bees
: consume a quantity this little earth that can produce
of which into good.Now Florida, should be our motto when
honey changes wax by
good Starboard watch, ahoy !
4i if any man has done this well oranges.
of the of American
: treating subject
;:; some natural operation in their bodies
will from false dreamsas
'., in Alachua county with common black arouse you your
citrus fruits. It little
as corn changes into lard in a hog. very
vainly strive to secure the golden -
bees let him report. Until such reportI you
The wax exudes in small thin flakes which does or can produce the most or
stand ready to defend the busy little medal by and by. Well, maybeso.
best. The world all
of wants we can
; from beneath the folds the under
We'll be friends
Respectfully, anyway
both produce and will make their own
side of the abdominal portion of their
FRANCIS TRUEBLOOD. the rest of the world.
bodies it their and selection and eat the best first if theycan
legs -
taking by
up Orlando Record. Now, Brother Holt, how about the
mandibles in the of comb- get them. Why so much invid-
process Navel
4 orange? Is it really "going
building. This is also easily demon- ious comparison and attempted disparagement -
Does Old or Young Queen Go? back on you" or not? Our nurserymen -
: strated by removing a colony into a of one section by another?
A correspondent who has but just have claimed in their late catalogues -
hive without combs and feeding The universe is large and there is room
new commenced keeping bees, asks whetherthe that the Riverside Navel was
them them closed meanwhile.J. enough for all-if not on this modest
keeping old or with the
young queen goes free from the fault of being a shy
little planet Earth will start colo-
first swarm. As several questions of bearer, and being conceded by all to
.. Rural Home," Aug.6, 1888. nization societies for Saturn, Jupiteror
similar have been.received late-
import be of the best quality, many were de-
4 Mars, for those who feel crowded
From Archer. ly, we will reply to them) all at once. ciding to set it out largely and bud
and think have ordi-
they outgrown
The old queen goes with the first freely but now come the of
MR. EDITOR :-I wish to correct a nary earthly environments.As ; reports
statement in last which swarm before the young queen emerges dropping badly in California. A friend '
your paper, to this I
orange crop season,
from its cell. The old queen is pre- of mine who obtained buds direct from
read follows
as : think the various estimates have been

"Our Florida Apiarists seem to be vented from destroying the young above rather than below what facts California some years ago, advises! us

unanimous in the opinion that the in- queens by the bees before swarming. will warrant. Writers in different not to risk it, and says he would not

Previous to the issuing of a swarm the set that his have not borne as
troduction of new races of bees does localities have seemed inclined to any ;
"piping" or shrill notes of the not Even has been
pay. bolster up their special advantages and
queen in answer to those of the young had hoped that it was all that was
discontinued neither the
largely as make the best of a sore calamity, and
queen yet in the cell, may be heard : claimed for it.
Italian bees the better
nor hybrids give
thus help al1 to keep The
up courage.
several feet from the hive. An
expe- Florida and California, let us pull
results than the
practical common
must be light I think-
crop very ,
rienced apiarist knows that a swarm together and supply the world with
black bee.
much less than half what it would
will soon issue. But it is not consistent better fruit than they have heretofore
So well satisfied I that
am now have been with an ordinary winter and
races will pay to introduce, and Italian- with the nature of bees for the spring. dreamed o1.-Extract of a letter in the

young queen to hatch while the old Riverside (Cal.' Press and Horticulturist
izing will pay, that if I had blackS But the big freeze may, and doubt- -

bees, rather than miss it, I would give queen is present. In some cases, when less will, prove yet to have been a by S. Bigelow, of Sanford, Fla.
the bees need a to supercede
one black stand to have another queen an "blessing in disguise" in many ways.It Applying 3Iaiiurcs.

"" Italianized. I believe one Italian old or wornout queen, mother and has called attention to many pointsin Stephen Powers, of Lawtey, Brad-
daughter live together in harmony in ford Florida has been
county, experi-
stand is worth two black stands, and orange culture bearing upon insects,
the same hive, but this is an exceptionto menting with the application of stable
. hybrids in proportion to the Italian diseases, modes of culture, etc., and the both and
the general rule.-American Bee manure, raw composted, a
blood they contain. They are better Journal. relative hardiness of varieties, systemsof comparative test has resulted in favor

workers when pasture is good, and will pruning, etc., that will be of lastingand i. of its application raw. The manure b

work when it is so poor the black bee Wax.E. permanent benefit. It has also was taken fresh from the stable! the

will do nothing. They are not so E. Hasty, in gleaning in bee directed attention more to other points, products of the urine being saved by
the bedding, and scattered
cross, consequently easier to handle. culture, says that the accepted state. notably'the peach, and has furnisheda broadcast proper under the trees,covered lightly -

: They are better to defend their homes ment that twenty pounds of honey is very opportune time for bringingout with soil and over all a light mulchwas

against the moth and against robbers required to make one of wax is incorrect new varieties of Florida-grown spread. Young trees treated in

''S from other hives. After a careful conducted seriesof hybrids, and the prospects are that we this way have done remarkably well,

p; It is an old saying that "the proofof experiments, he finds the portion to shall soon be favored with a goodly I having than trees made under a more similar vigorous conditions growth in

the pudding is the eating." To be three pounds of honey to one of number, all claiming great excellence other respects which received the

: show that I am not jumping at conclu- wax. and even superiority over all others. manure in the form of compost.

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621 N : ;, ..<".: THE FLORIDA DISPATCH. [SEPTEMBER 13, 1886.
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;'f, e/IJloric1a isgviIh. THE DISPATCH BOOMS. sight of competition. Charlie Da- Sparr, $4.55; Anthony, $4.35; Silver

; i Mr. Buckley ltetireK. Costa has proved himself business Spring, $4.05; Ocala, $3.75; Belle-
KsoNVILLE, FLA., SEPT. 13 1 1886.
--- ----- ---- ---.-y-- Mr. Louis W. Buckley, who for sev- man and manager of great abilty and view, $3.20; Sumraerfield, $3.05; Ox-
." ,d.;ff. A. H. MANVILLE, Editor. eral months past was the city editor of sagacity, and with the cultured Manville ford, $2.80; Wildwood, $2.60; Orange

'r:: rr'" One of the Finest. .the Morning News, has resigned his and the brilliant Buckley joinedto Home, $2.50; Montclair, $2.20; Lees-

,:,.i,: One of the most enterprising of position with this paper to take a his fortunes, he will reap the success burg, $2 10; Eldorado, $1.90; Tavares,

"S' Floridians, Mr. N. H. Longley, of placein the Business Department of he so richly deserves. He is a home $1.60; Panasoffkee, $2.95; St. Cath-

:j John's Pass, or as they prefer it now Messrs. DaCosta & Manville's\ FLORIDA boy and has risen from the ranks by erine, $3.40; Fairbanks, $6.60;

"Seminole," arrived in the city Tuesday I DISPATCH as manager of the ad. character and energy. Success to the Gainesville, $6.60; Arredondo, $6.85;

1 en route for his former home, St. i vertising.Mr. admirable trio.-Jacksonville Herald. Archer, $7.30; Bronson, $7.70; Cedar
c Louis. It was there, he says he, first subscribed I Buckley was formerly connectedwith A Handy Book. Key, $9.15; MacClenny\ $6.40; Glen
fir? the DISPATCH, and he has Chicago journalism, and came St. Mary, $6.50; Sanderson, $6.80;
taken it ever since. When he returns here because of the illness of his wife. The DISPATCH has received a reliable Olustee, $7.25; Mt. Carrie, $7.50;

six weeks from now he will persuade all He is an exceedingly practical man, and excellently arranged catalogue Lake City, $7.80; Welborn, $8.35;
I. of seeds and fertilizers issued
his neighbors on the west coast to with a sharp nose for news, and an ex- by Houston, $8.55; Live Oak, 8.85; El-
take the leading agricultural paper of cellent judgment in arranging and that able merchant, W. A. Bours, of laville, $9.40; Madison\ $10.10; Green-
the South. presenting it. Night work and the this city. It sets forth the very latest ville, $10.75; Aucilla, $11.05; Drifton,
(quotations and seeds and has much
.4 change of climate have taxed his $11.35; Monticello, $11.55; Lloyds,
Mr. A. P. Man, Jr. valuable reading matter concerning $11.75 Tallahassee $12.55
strength and impaired his health, and ; ; Midway,
The "River and Rail" editor of the he enters his new position chiefly be- planting and selections of seeds and $13.10; Quincy, $13.65; Mt. Pleasant,
Jacksonville News of the fertilizing. Send for one at once. $14.05 Chattahoochee $14.40 River
Morning one cause of the necessity of escaping night ; ;
spiciest sheets published< in this round work. We 1 lose his services with regret Do You Like Oranges? Junction, $14.45. Tickets will be

piece of terra-firma, says that Mr A. and wish him abundant successin To every one in the Northern or placed on sale Saturday, September -
P. Man\ ,Jr., General Superintendent of his new field of labor.-Jacksonville Western States sending us five cash 18th; sales to continue one
the Blue Springs, Ocala & Gulf Rail- Morning News. week. They will be good going
subscribers to the DISPATCH, we will
way, was in the city Monday\ "pur- send a box of fine Florida by any passenger trains of those dates,
chasing and ordering stationary for OUR FRIENDS OF THE DISPATCH CAP- oranges limited good to return not later than
when they are ripe, as a premium.The .
his company, of the popular stationary TURE A JOURNALISTIC PRIZE. October 3d. Tickets good for contin-
box will be delivered free of
and printing house of Charles W. Yesterday Mr. Louis W. Buckley, uous passage in both directions. The
charge at the express office in Jacksonville -
DaCosta," corner of Bay and Pine who has for several months past ably I Florida Railway and Navigation Company
Fla., and the receipt for it I
streets. Correct, Brother Campbell, and acceptably filled the position of will quote special rates and offer
forwarded to the party sending the
and it attests to the excellent judg-- city and news editor of the Morning subscription.By. special facilities to organized nines

ment of this capable railway official. News, severed his connection with that ..., traveling in uniform, which shall par-

The DISPATCH enjoyed, also, a right paper, and on the same day assumedan the Breakers. ticipate in the tournament. Such

pleasant visit from Mr.\ Man\ and important and responsible position Under the able management of Mr\ nines will find it to their advantage to

listened to a most excellent "deer' with Messrs. DaCosta & Manville, as French, Murray\ Hall, at Pablo Beach, write to the undersigned for rates and

story. He is always welcome. f manager of the Advertising Depart- has steadily improved, until at pre- inducements. Notice, special: Any
...... ment, etc., of the FLORIDA Dn PATCIr. sent one could not wish better accom- nine winning either of the three

Our New City Directory.The Mr.\ Buckley leaves the Morning News modations or hotel. Mr. French prizes above mentioned, and which

Jacksonville City Directorywill with the best of good feeling, and is demonstrates that he is a manager be- : shall have taken the Florida Railwayand

be issued in December, of this being led only by a desire to escape yond a doubt. The Floridian who Navigation route to Orlando and

year, for 1887, as a home publicationby night work, which affects him injuri- contemplates a hard winter's work, return, will have its passage money

the firm of John R. Richards &; ously.We should rest up and get a good sniff of refunded in lull by the Company.A. .

Co., who have offices at 39 West Bay regard Mr. Buckley as the best salt air by tarrying a time at Murray O. MACDONELL,
street. The work will comprise a all round newspaper man in this city. Hall before beginning his campaign.The F. B. PAPY, G. P. & T. A.
of the and its With the extended Traffic Manager,
complete directory city most experienceupon Sunday dinners are a feature of
suburban villages, arranged alphabetical the Chicago dailies, and other the hotel. Jacksonville, Fla.
streets and business lines of business in other -... -s.- -
by name, by by stirring Preparing for Fall Business.Mr. .
pursuits. It promises to be an cities, Mr.\ Buckley combines admirable Base-Ball Tournament.Go .
William Rich, the Bay street
accurate index to the residents of the taste, judgment and intelligence, via the Florida Railway and
jeweler, is making some excellent at-
entire and the and with it the most and Line the
city, publishers place a along patient Navigation Company's to tractions and improvements in his
its the conscientious He is Grand Amateur Base-Ball Tournament
guarantee upon being most industry. brainy, -
handsome store, all done with a viewto
thorough and complete of any pre- energetic and reliable, and is a gentleman commencing Monday) September his increasing business and fall
vious issue that has yet been offered to of character and noble impulses, 20, 1886, at the Base-ball Park, trade. He is ever enterprising.

the Jacksonville public for their support springing from a kindly heart. Eugene Orlando, Orange county, Fla. $1,000 .. ..
4 and patronage. The work will Field; the famous Chicago author and given away in premiums. Representative Real Estate.

contain new an.d important features journalist, paid Mr. Buckley the com- Florida nines will participate. Day by day the conviction is forcedon

that have never been introduced in pliment of saying that he was born for $200 cash to the winning nine; $150 all sensible person's minds, that the

this country before. It will give in journalism, and was the best dialect cash to the second best, and $100 cashto immigration and real estate interestsof
addition to the General Directory a writer in the Northwest. Mr. Buck- the third best. The ladies of Or- this State are "on the boom." The

street directory arranged alphabetically ley is the author of "Zeke Blodgett's lando will present the winning club DISPATCH recently had a long conver-

by streets! with the name of occu- Yarns" and other popular sketches. with a handsome pennant. Round[ sation with Mr. A. W. Barrs, of the

pants appearing opposite their num- We think our esteemed friends of the trip rates from Florida Railway and popular real estate firm. of Barrs &

ber or location, and both their placeof DISPATCH have captured a prize, and I Navigation points: Jacksonville, $6; Hunter, and he states that the volumeof
business and residence. It is we heartily congratulate them. : Fernandina, $6; Callahan, $6; Bald- business for the three summer

termed ,the Duplex System. Adver- With such an addition to the work- win, $6; Highland, $6; Lawtey, $6; months just past, far exceeded that of

tisers in the directory will occupy the ing force of the DISPATCH, always the Temple, $6; Starke, $6; Hampton, any previous similar months for years

same space in the free edition of the great leading and representative $6; Waldo, $5.95; Orange Heights, past. This firm will increase their fa-

classified Business Directory, consist weekly of the State, will take another $5.80; Dixie, $5.55; Hawthorne, cilities, and will do a grand business in

ing of 1,000 copies. long bound forward and be out of $5.35; Lochloosa, $5; Citra, $4.75; the State this season.


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Welcome. Current Comment.Mr. markets, but too late to be profitablefor Ilinblis1tr( #s eyzrtmtqt

As an indication that the summeris Cole evidently has strong faith shipping to Northern cities.A .

drawing rapidly to a close comes in the varieties of peaches that he RATES OF ADVERTISING.On .

the announcement from the veteran names. I hope it is well founded andI common garden trowel is the best application.

manager, Mr. J. M. Lee, that he will presume it is and that he is per- tool for setting strawberries. It shouldbe Subscription$2.00 per annum,in advance.In .
clubs of six or more,$1.50 each. *
reopen the palatial Everett, Nov. 1st, fectly safe in the offer that he makes. taken in the right hand, blade downas

for the tourist travel. Mr. Lee has His point as to the time of blooming if it were a dagger, and never laid printed slip To on Subscribers.See your paper. (or wrapper)

met with grand success this summerat and ripening of the Peen-to as down. The clenched right hand still Note date of the expiration of your subscription -

his famed hostelry, the Fountain compared with the Bidwell, Is well holding the trowel can be used to help and if in arrears please remit.

House, Waukeesha, Wis., and he will taken. the left hand pack the soil firmly Special to New Subscribers.
New subscribers to the DISPATCH,will receive -
repeat all former triumphs at the about the roots of the plant. on application a colored map of Florida

Everett House in this city. : free. Scale eighteen miles to the Inch. .

Some one, in an article copied from
The about called
plant inquired ,
A New Enterprise. the, Mirror, has unbounded faith in We club THE DISPATCH with any paper
spider lily, is a "Pancratium,* the spe- or periodical published in the United Statesor
Some days ago the attention of the the orange business and no fears thatit Great Britain. Prices on application.
cific variety could not be determined Remittances should be sent by Check,
public was greatly attracted to a new can be overdone.
Money Order Postal Note or Registered Let-
for this section of i except upon examination of a plant in ter,addressed to
enterprise .
country.It I also believe that it is likely to bloom. There are several species of C. W. DaCOSTA, Publisher,
was nothing more or less than a JACKSONVILLE FLA.
prove profitable for many years. I Pancratium found wild in this State. ,
great dairy industry, Messrs. Ferris & LOUIS W. BUCKLEY,
am not that it cannot be
so sure over-
So far I know but one iety is
as val
Smith, reliably established in all big General Advertising Solicitor.TO .
done. Let us figure a little. The offered for sale by Northern florists,

cities of the country, having decided area of five counties in the orange beltis viz : Pancratium rotatum other vari- ADVERTISERS.It .
that Florida was the State f for their is conceded by successful, business men
as follows : Polk, 1,388,400 acres ; eties are probably found in some large
enterprise. They opened the hand- and experienced advertisers that advertise-
Orange, 1,440,000 ; Marion, 1,075,200 ; collection. ments Inserted in class publications ensure a
somest place ever seen in Jacksonville, return for the Invested than
Manatee, 2,995,200 ; Hernando, 1,088- greater money
at 31 Newnan street, and they reach when brought to the attention of the public
000 ; a total of 7,990,800.If Peen-to and Honey peach trees from through other mediums. THE FLORIDA DISPATCH -
oul all over the State, in their wholesale -
the land suitable for orange culture New Jersey grow well, and fruit in being devoted to the agricultural and
butter, cheese, milk and commis- general industrial interests of the South and
sion business. will will average one acre out of this State, though probably homegrown to immigration, circulates very largely
They soon
repre- every ten, and they were all covered trees are preferable.(; My grape among planters and gardeners,and persons
sent their lines and specialties more who are seeking new homes, and therefore
generally to the people of the State. with orange groves in full bearing, we vines which fruited so well this year, offers special advantages as an advertising

should have, counting fifty trees to the came from Long Island, at the same medium to seedsmen, nurserymen and florists
Such enterprises, involving in wagons, dealers In fertilizers and agricultural
trees. It would be time I should vines in
refrigerator cars, many thousandsof a prefer grown Implements, real estate agents and railroad
poor grove, which, when the trees were the State. and steamboat companies.
dollars, deserve patronage, and in- ___________ ____ ___ _u
full grown, would not average 1,000
variably get it. Success to Messrs. Nine New Ones.
oranges to each tree, which would give After the showing of the cost of
Ferris & Smith, is the wish of the The present week shows still further
DISPATCH. 39,954,000,000 oranges, or more than water in California, I think it is timeto
the advantages to advertisers, of being
4 two apiece for every man, woman and stop complaining of the cost of fertilizers -

Anent "Current Comments," DIS- child in the United States, every day in Florida. Fertilizers do costa i represented in the columns of the

PATCH, August 30( 1886. Vernacularnames for a year. As one orange season only great deal, but those who know whatit I FLORIDA DISPATCH. We again rejoice -

are apt to be indefinite. The lasts about six months, it would give costs market gardeners near large over increased prosperity, and

name Honeysuckle, for instance, four oranges apiece all around, duringthe cities like New York, know that very point with pride to our display col-

though more commonly applied to the season. Could such a crop be disposed few growers in this State spend as much umns,where new firms,new enterprises,

Loniceras is also, in different places, of within that time at paying money per acre as Northern gardenersdo and reliable merchants, manufacturersand
their before
the name of an Aquilegia, an Azalea, prices? on a soil that is naturally much growers place wares
list of readers in all
our great parts
a Parsiflora, and many other widely But in addition to the five counties more fertile than the average Florida
the State. Again the publisher is
divergent plants. So, in Australia, above mentioned there are also ten sand. W. C. STEELE.

the name Peppermint tree is, in differ- others in which can be and Switzerland, Florida.Interesting called upon to commend these reliable
oranges ,
houses or firms to the attention of the
ent localities, the name for Eucalyptus
are successfully these will
grown, per- : the Settlers.Mr. .
amygdalina, E. odorata and E.piperita. haps contain in the much public.
aggregate, as
Wm. B. Grant the does lib-
: energetic not possess a more
Referring to the latter species, Von land as the first five thus
orange ,
Superintendent of the San Pablo and eral or judicious advertiser, than
Mueller says: "The vernacular name doubling the capacity of the State.I .
San Beach is
'Peppermint tree arose from this Eu- Deigo Company, placingthe MR. GEORGE E. WILSON,
do not expect to see such a crop in choice fruit and landsof
bestowed it vegetable the State for the worldfamousBRADLEY'S
calyptus being
on alreadyin Agent
my lifetime, still it is within the boundsof his before settlers
the first year of the colonization of ,
possibillity. and investors and his efforts for Florida. He
are being especially adapted
New South Wales, by Dr. White, be-
crowned with grand success. He is a knows he has a reliable, high-grade
cause the scent of the foliage resem- worker. article, and is not chary of letting all

bled that of the Peppermint herb : When I enquired, some weeks ago, .*. know it. If there be any Floridianwho

but this colonial appellation has be- whether peaches would grow on a sandy The readers of the DISPATCH will has not yet heard of these Fertil-

since soil sub soil of sand I izers, Mr. Wilson has a pleasant officeat
come extended to many other resting upon a ,
please help along our "big boom" by
West from
50 whencehe
Bay ,
other varieties than the
in meant Peen-to
congeners various parts of Australia. ,
their friends subscribe
asking to now. disseminates information, answers
This fancied resemblance of Eu- that thrives everywhere, seemingly indifferent all queries, receives his friends and

calyptus oil to that of Peppermint is as to kind or quality of soil.I One of the most successful books distributes tons and tons of the Brad-

explanatory'also of the specific much ley Fertilizers as well as sells cottonseed -
name am obliged to Mr. Wheatlyfor that has been sold in the South for

adopted for this particular tree in sci- reminding me of the Isabella grape.It years is Honorable A. H. Stephen's"History meal to equal any one. He is
he should forth the ad-
now as setting
ence. (Vide Eucalyptographia.) has been so generally discarded at of the United States," withan vantages of the Vegetable Fertilizer in

G. A. P. the North on account of its late ripen- appendix by Mr. R. A. Brock, particular,for strawberry culture,etc.,
Boston,'Mass., September 3, ISS6.
4 ing, that I do not find it listed in any Sec'y of the Va. Historical Society. B. and, in his catalogue he sets forth the

California last year sent East 16-, nurseryman's catalogue that I have. F. Johnson & Co. of Richmond, Va., testimonials of Mr. J. T. Wofford, of

000,000 pounds of fruits-grapes, I shall try it, if I can get any vines.It have made quite a "hit" and their Fort Mason ; Close& Boyer,of Ocala ;
S. D. Cabanis of Bartow and ,
peaches, plums, apples and apricots, as would probably thrive here and bea agents too have enjoyed a bountiful many, other truckers, etc., and hig

well as car loads of oranges. good variety for family use or local harvest, selling this valuable work. statements are honest and true. We

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call attention to his mammoth, double
column advertisement elsewhere, and ]MeteoroIoic&I. BRADLEY FERTILIZER CO.,

commend gentleman to all Florida, . .
for reliability and straight dealings.MR. "
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FLA.:I .Iag2sam :35: .co = c
A. B. CAMPBELL, JO 000000. rtJ ,."
., as am.r3AV ov w
the pioneer music dealer of the State, 1886. ,E:: U., ATTENTION, ORANGE GROWERS !

has something to say about pianos and : !
organs elsewhere ; and when he sets 9, 4 l1PTWUHoNOW'I gg db Corps Use Bradley's Orange Tree Fertilizer.Result .

out to say anything, it is of a nature to JACKSONVILL JACKSONVILLor SignalCorps
draw attention. He has a fine lot of Sept. OBSERVATION: I O O O CO CO M.. Signal of Nine Year Experience in Orange Culture.
that be '!d NORWALK, Fla. September 7,1885.
pianos at bargains cannot too a Having had nine years' experience in orange culture in Florida, and having tried various
lightly touched upon. Mr., Campbellhas -: ..tIOna3JJ SergeantSignal kinds of fertilizers, I feel it my duty to m neighbors to say that your goods have proved of
W riI f 7WW: more value to me for orange trees than any other fertilizer I have used.
a large musical emporium, and his Ending O 8.A. ZZZZZZ Sergeant I have given Bradley's<<< range!; Tree Fertilizer and Fine Ground Hone a good test for two
trade out through the State is exten- EndingOFFICE OFFICEOF years, having used your goods by the side of others where I could compare results. I shall
WeekEnding U. Invest in no other, and cheerfully recommend your:goods. to the public. M. K. BEAN.
that he be relied OFFICE .,
sive; so can always sqipajpunqsaqouj ) ==
upon to please all buyers. The mottois Week: ptIV nVJtIJ'8.I' Auga tIJ sssssssS ." .: level.sealevel. SMITH Attention, Florida Gardeners !

dispatch and guarantees. Giv hima SERVICE W.SMITH
call. tosea: : Use Bradley's Florida Vegetable Fertilizer

J.. HOWARD TUCKER, '-. SIGNALSERVICE I nV .ct- for Florida Truckers.
f a. Prepared Especially
one of the leaders of Sanford, sets forth SIGNAL ... MN NMNMM 30.iod ,reduced !
mnmltIJJ I hhl hr hh ALSO
all about Bermuda onion seeds. N lowest


under the able management of Mr. W. I .6;85 adings Fla.,September 15, IMS5.
F. Heikes, a veteran nurseryman, has .Ja-.amwvg r The"Bradley's Florida Vegetable Fertilizer" which I bought.of you last season has given
gsi cga.o??ea most excellent results, and I take pleasure in giving you this testimonial. I find this fer-
Oriental fruit trees, plants, vines, etc., [[BQ tIV31 I c tilizer to be Just what it is represented,and I cannot speak too highly [in its favor. I want

for sale, and to be sent to all quartersof ----.. .. .. .. .. .. same amount this season. I I. G. EICIIELBERGER.FORT .
P barometer thermomet Barometer MASON, Fla., August 2?, 1885.
the globe, if buyers want them. MeteoroogcaReport :.a: ;. ::. : W: We have used Bradley's Fertilizers extensively on vegetables and orange trees, and they
Huntsville, Ala., is the location, and :: .! ::c :t-o: .... Highestbarometer NOTR.Barometer have given better satisfaction than any fertilizers we ever used. nAVIEs &:TAYLOR.

Mr. Heikes is highly recommended.DE H Mh a: '....bD'ce ft) ... Highestthermomet I
POINCEY NURSERIES, .< ....0'gmq\QS G'C Highest)Highest NOTR.; Full Supply of Bradley's Pure Fine Ground Bone Bradley's Pal-

at Manatee, offer lemon and orange ';!::44.e ==oS c : metto A Phosphate, Bradley's Sulphate of Potash,
11)W H3H;; of Soda etc. etc.
Nitrate ,
seedlings and other trees for sale, and:

is going at it in the right way. SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Send for Circulars.


formerly 'McBride & Kingsbury, whose For Sale Cheap. 50 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
Thirty thousand -= -- -- -- ---
nurseries located this
large are near young orange
city, has set out to enlarge his business. and lemon seedlings. Calcined Humus. DR JOHN BULL'SSmith'sTollic
The following statement by Hon.
He has taken orders from DEPOINEY,
lately Eng- 'I
J. T. Woftnrd, is important and to the
land, California,- and all parts of the Box 18, Manatee, Fla.
4 point. Mr. Woflbrd is one of the I SYTIlD
and he will make efforts
country, special Bermuda Onion Seed.I garden kings of the State : !
to promptly attend to foreign as well as have now on hand a fresh supplyof '
domestic buyers. This time he has my importation of Bermuda Onion
I have watched with great interest
something to say about orange trees, Seed. My\ importations of these seed the process of the manufacture of Cal- I FEVER and AGUE

grape vines, etc. Mr. McBride is have been used and tested by the gar- cined Humus at Dr. Hick's works. I
of and all deners of Florida Or CHILLS and FEVER
worthy any patronage given. since 1873. I will believe he has solved the problem of ,

w. C. STEELE, send my printed directions, giving my fertilizing for our State. I have the AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES.The .
Switzerland, Fla.,a standard author- experience and that of others in grow- fullest faith in C. II., for these reasons :
of this celebrated medicine
ity on fruit culture, is advertising many ing onions, both in Bermuda and Flor- 1st. The material of which it is I j! justly claims proprietor for it a superiority over all rem.

thousand strawberry plants, blackberry ida, to all purchasers.J. composed (Humus), is of the purest edies ever offered to the public for the SAFE,
and grape vines, etc., and makes a HOWARD TUCKER, and best. !I CERTAIN, SPEEDY and PERMANENT cure
of Ague and Fever.or Chills and Fever,whether -
specialty of express orders, etc. He Sanford, Fla. 2nd. In the process of manufacturethe I of short or long standing. He refers to the
can fill the bill for those wanting his The Arcadia Nursery 4 oiiticollo., vegetable matter is not destroyed, I entire Western and Southern country to bear
him to the truth of the assertion
lines Florida. testimony
but sweetened and I
purified-only a that in no case whatever will it fail to cure if
JAMES HASLEY, For one, two or three year old Le portion is reduced to its elements.3rd. directions are strictly followed and carried
of Madison, Ark., though not to the Conte Pear trees. Also a full list of ]. Abundant potash is obtained out. In a great many cases a single dose hal
manor born, yet he is reliable. and other Pears and Apples grafted on Le from the calcined part jnd from the been sufficient for a cure,and whole families
I have been cured by a single bottle,with a perfect -
makes our readers a good offer. Conte roots. Address, Arcadia N ur- great quantity of Saw-Grass roots I restoration of the general health. It is,
Send to him for a chromo calendar. seryJ. H Girardeau, Proprietor, Mon- which are reduced to ash and mixed however,prudent,and in every case more cer-
tain to ,if its is continued in smaller
ticello, Fla. cure use
ARNOLD PUETZ, .4 with the already prepared Muck.I doses for a week or two after the disease has
the proprietor of fine nurseries at Improved Wilson's Albany am now using it with the utmost I been checked,more especially difficult and
Flora, Greenland postoffice, in this Strawberry Plants, for sale by confidence. J. T. 'V OPFOHI>. long-standing cases usually this medicine
will not aid to the bowels in
require any keep
county, is another home nurseryman, JOHN H. JACKS, Fine Orange drove for Sale. good order. Should the patient, however,require -
with extra facilities for selling, ship- Mandarin, Fla. This grove is on the east hank of a cathartic medicine,after ha taken
.4 three four doses of the Tonic, dose
ping, and filling orders for the best of or a
the St. Johns river large river front
Now is the Time to Plant. ; of KENT'S VEGETABLE FAMILY PILLS
trees, plants, etc. He is handling Just received 35 miles south of Jacksonville, and will ?fee sufficient. Use no other.

many thousands of cabbage plants, 1000/Bushels Red Rust Proof Oats, contains thirty-five acres originally)
and advertises these as a specialty.He 300Southern Seed Rye, rich hammock land. Contains 2,000
is reliable, and will do as he says. 200 Northern Rye, bearing orange trees, besides all other TONIC SYRUP,
We advise our readers to write to him BULL'S SARSAPARILLA,
100 Seed Barley.WILLIAM fruits grown in Florida ; grapes, figs,
if they need anything in his line. A. BOURS, Peen-to peaches, Japan plumsfiftytrees BULL'S WORM DESTROYER,

HIRAM A. PRYOR, 20 West Bay Street, bananas, guavas, etc. Dwelling The Popular Remedies of the Day.

of the well known Indian River Or- 4t.. Jacksonville. Fla. house of four rooms, good water, fine Principal omee, 831 Main St., LOUISVILLE KT.

ange Depot, this city, makes his an= --For-+Sale.S garden, stable and a good pasture for Rocky Branch Nursery, Moutlcello, Fla.

nouncement for the season, in the way Mobile or Improved Noonan Straw- stock. If sold within two months can Parties intending to purchase Le-

of a double column card, calling atten- berry Plants for sale. Price, $3.00 be bought for one half its value. Conte Pear trees will do well to place

tion to his commission business, and per 1,000. Larger quantities on ap- M.\ G. JOHNSON_.., Jacksonville, Fla. orders with me before the season to
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''orange'wraps," especially. He refers plication. Delivered at the wharf or Good Business in Florida.A plant opens. I have a choice stock of

by permission to some of the very best railroad station. I have raised strawberries practical nurseryman, with experience one, two and three-year-old trees, and

firms in this city, or the State, for that for the past six years,and tried in this State, wants a partner will not be undersold. Correspondence -

matter. Mr. Pryor is a live,.energetic more than twenty varieties, and find with from $3,000 to $5,000 capital to with nurserymen solicited.B. .

commission merchant, with judgmentand this the best. D. B. MILLS, enlarge his business. Good opening. W. PARTRIDGE,

experience. Welaka, Fla. Address : W. C. Care this office. Proprietor. ,

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250,000 Cabbage PlantsBuist's ORIENT_ At FRUITS Nichols, Rockwell & Co.

LeConte aDd Kieffer Pears on their ,
own roots; Bartlett and other Pearson
LeConte roots; Prunus Simoni and WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Improved Early and Late Drum- .Japanese Plums; Peen Tot Hone)
Peaches; Russian Apricots. A
large and general assortment of Fruit Hardware Stoves House Goods Mantels Paints
and Early and Late Flat Dutch. Trees. Catalogue with facts.Free. Furnishing Grates. ,

Address W. F. HEIKES,Manager.
Guns Ammunition Etc.
nutl1'Ule Ihnules. HunUvllleAIa.ABIC Saddlery, ,

OFFER we To introduce will GIVE them Parties in Town or Out

Pure "Wilson," "Neunans," "Charleston" chines.AWAY If you 1,000 want Self-Operating one send us Washing your name Ma-, will do well to call or send for our catalogues our line.and prices of any goods they may needIn

P. O. and express office at once. THE NA-
"Federal Point"Strawberry TIONAL Co.,23 Dey St.,N. Y. Prices Lower -than Ever.

52 Vest Bay Street. Jacksonville. Fla.
Oranges and Lemons ---

I! Consignments solicited. Liberal advances

made. Would be pleased to correspond with BIG BARGAINS.
parties desiring to ship here.
I have purchased at a rare bargain the entire stock of Pianos and Organs of A. Peterson,
Summers Morrison A: Co., of Gainesville and Palatka,and for next thirty days will make a grand clearing sale of these
174 South Water St., Chicago. Instruments and my present stock of Pianos and Organs. Rare bargains can be had as I go
Refer to Metropolitan National Bank Chicago North at an early date to make arrangements for an entirely new stock of Pianos and Or-
Prices Very Reasonable. J. V. Farwell&Co., Chicago. gans. As I am not in the habit of advertising in the usual stereotyped "thirty day bargain" -
; will that business will offer
style, parties understand I mean and genuine bargains
)""J: while the sale lasts. A. 15. CAHPBELL'S: MUSIC IIOUSE, Jacksonville.III .
1".fVery 81.00or 13 Week..The
". <', SAM P LE POLICE GAZETTE will : : :DEL .A. 1.A... :JFt.: ""Y" :Ft. !::J
.. be mailed,securely wrapped,to any address in the
United States ffQ|CT A ;.':' .,, '. on receipt of \J\J IE1O One Doll r. Lib Indian River Orange Depot,

J <' eral discount allowed to Postmasters,Agents and
:low figures will be given on large lots. Clubs.The POLICE nn All ET n GAZETTE!: Postoffice Box 173.
iwi i11..EL U
of New York is tho ONT/r legitimate -
Sensational Consignments of Oranges, Poultry and Eggs solicited. Orange Wraps, orders filled. 10x10
Journal publiiedontheAmerica.- 8c, llxll 10> c, 12x12 12'c. Guaranteed full count and uniform quality.

ARNOLD PUETZ, continent, Apply for terms to FREE I Refers by permission to National Bank of the State, Bank of Jacksonville,and Tyson,
Greenland Richard K. Fox, Franklin Square. New York. Smith &
Fla. ___

600 ACRES. --
Orange and Peach Trees, DEALER IN

Shrubs Roses Seeds Etc. Sash and Blinds
We offer for the Fall trade a large and fine stock of
of ,
nJBtr3criitoni FRUIT and Ornamental
Wholesale and Retail. Roses, Vines, SiIIALL
Catalogue free. 11II sand re8t-'Ere' eedlinJs. Priced Cata-

CIIAS. A. iricimiDi:, logue QLDor Fall INGTDN, (free NXNURSERY on( application.! ) Address :E3 .A. :E& :ID 'VV .A. :Ft. :E; ,

Successor to McBride& Kingsbury. Esta.bliahedl852. BLOOMINGTON. ILL. Cutlery, Stoves, Tinware, Agricultural Implements, Carpenters' Tools, Iron, Steel, Rope,
-- Belting, Etc.

NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. Sole Agent for Florida for

Strawberry and Blackberry PlantsAND Orange Lightning Powder, Galvanized Four-Point Steel Barb Fence Wire,Galvanized Barb-
Notice is hereby given that the undersignedhave Steel Twisted Ribbon Wire, Spring-Tooth Cultivators, Acme Harrow and Orange Grove
formed a Body Corporate under Chapter Cultivators, Queen of the Garden Hand Cultivator, Mouthern ((St. Louis) Pure White Lead,
Grape Vines by lUaU, Postpaid, amendatory 163!, of the thereof.Laws of Florida,and the Acts Masury's It. R. Colors and Liquid Paints, Fairbanks'Standard Scales.

at lowest possible prices and safe arrival The name of the Corporation is the Duval
guaranteed. Large orders by express or Investment Company.The BARRS CLARK & TATE
freight at expense of purchaser.For principal place of business Is Jacksonville ,
Duval County, Florida.
list address
price The general nature of the business to be
W. C. STEELE, transacted by said Company is the buying, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Switzerland,Bt Johns Co., Fla. selling and mortgaging of lands in the sev-

of eral Florida.Cities. Counties and Towns, of the State Booksellers, Stationers Paper DealersNo.

J.887 The amount of Capital Stock authorized is

Twenty Thousand Dollars, ((820,000.) divided 29 West Street Jacksonville Fla.
My beautiful Chromo Calendars for 1887 are Into ((2tM>)Two Hundred Shares, of One Hund- _n _,__ _
perfect gems of art to hang on the wall and red Dollars each. Ten per cent. of which is -
always handy toitell tht day of week, monthor paid in at the time of the organization of this 1r .ice. F'I ..A.V C> :Ft. :Jr :EJ ,

year. Company. The remainder to be paid in as A RELIABLE FERTILIZER FOR
Too costly to give away, I will mail one to called ior by the Board of Directors.The .
anybody sending me a nickel to help pay advertising time of the commencement of the Cor- Orange; Trees and All Kinds oT Veyetal>les.

postage etc. You need one and poration, is the 20th day of August, A. D., Natural food for plant-life Especially adapted to sandy soils. Anyone wishing to obtaina
should send boon before all are gone. 1886. The time of termination, the 20th day strictly good fertilizer will find it to his interest to try this. It Is not a concentrated
JAMES HASLEY, of ugust 1900. chemical fertilizer, but a well manufactured Organic Compost. The effect is permanent.
Heed Grower, Madison, Ark. The business! .of the_ Corporation. is to beconducted
by Five(5)) Directors, a Preside t, Price ( in Sacks ) $10.00 per Ton.
Vice-President<< Secretary, Treasurer, and
Send for Circulars. I have no agents. Address
--SEDGWICKSTEEL .+ General Counsel, who are to be elected annually GEO. HUTCHINSON,
,on the 20th day of August of each and Crescent City,Fla.

WIRE' FENCEr every The year.highest amount of indebtedness to
which the Company can at any time subject FLORIDA SAVINGS BANKAND
itself, is Four Thousand Dollars, ((81.000.)

P .t. .t.. .f..to. .4'. L. C. C. ROBERTSON,
....- =HC::'"" J 1 11. III GEO. C. JOIINSOk, ,
1 I I I II 1
.... ....10-4....'M......>-< 1 1 1 1 )04 VICTOR MUDGE
General Counsel. Has for sale choice Lots Orange Groves and Wild Lands. Allows Interest on deposits Collects -

"' oo -.... T J I I I Rents and Interest,Negotiates Lams,etc.J. .
........::: ;::.... 11 T T I I I C. GREELEY, President. L. IIOSMER, Treasurer.
H K r ] J I a <
r )oooj H
< __ l' 1111111 T "'f "' DYSPEPSIA! ,
Fancy WfL Poultry.W. .
-the best general purpose wire fence In use. It THREE SICK HEADACHE, I- L---L----S--
is k tgronff net-work without barbs. Dont' CONSTIPATION.
injure stock. It will turn does, pigs, sheep andpoult.ry. W. FENDKICK
as well horses and The ,
as cattle. best

fence roads.for,Very Farms neat,Gardens pretty,styles Stock for Ranges Lawns and, Parks Rail Successor to Albert Fries, [Crab Orchard Water t Ineys.A Remedy; Ktomaeh for all Diseases and! Bowels.of the ZdTer A positive Kid*!.!

School-lots and Cemeteries. Covered with rustproof Keeps 20 varieties of Pure-bred Fowls. I cure Constipation.for Dyspepsia Uoseonototwoteaspoonfnls.Genuine Mielt Ileaoaeise,.!
made of
or wire,

paint as pre Yards Shell Road Crab Orchard Salts In sealed at 10 and V cts. No salts .
ferred. It will last r life-time. It is better than : near l\IoncrleCSprins:, packages > genuine cold is bolk.1
boards or barbed wire In every respect. The Eggs for Hatching,$2 per dozen. CRAB ORCHARD WATER CO., Prop'rs. SIMON N. JONES; Manager L..UrOU.gy.'
Sedarwlck Gates made of wroagbWron pipe and P. O. Box:381.! Jacksonville, MlaALBERT
wire all in -------- -----
steel ,defy competition lightness, neatness -
,strength and durability. We make the best, Established 1856. 200 Acres in Fruit Nursery.
cheapest easiest working nil-Iron automatic
or seif-opeuiue sate, and the neatest cheap lS! --
Iron fences now made.. The best Wire : FWru.It1an.d. rser1es
Stretchers, For prices and particulars ask Hardware Dealers AGENT FOR AUGUSTA, GA.
or address mentioning paper GEO. \". BAKER'S The stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, specially adapted to Florida Is doubtless the
SEDGW3CK S OS.t Richmond, Ind. most varied In the United Htates. A special catalogue (No.4)) is published for this branch
ROTTED BONE MANURE of our establishment. In addition to the usual large variety of fruits such a* Peen-To,
Honey and other Chinese Peaches,Oriental fears,Japan Persimmons, Eryobothryas Grape
New Book of Fancy Works with Decomposed with Potash. Vines, etc. we have very large stock of Kelsey's and new Japan Plums Japan
FREE 1OO Illustrations,150 New Stitches Price$25 per ton,free on board In Jacksonville, Chestnut, )Melon Shrubs. and other new fruits. Also all the new Roses of merit, Palms,
10 Special Offers. 200 Picture Samples of 16 different grades of Fertilzer, I Acacias broad leaved and coniferous Evergreen Trees, Flowering shrubs etc. Catalogues
Bulletin, 48 col. story paper, all put up by Mr. Baker, can be seen at the Ger-' sent free to all applicant No. I. Hardy fruit trees Roses, Evergreens. rio.2. GreenhouseI
4c postage. man Drug Store, 19 E. Bay St.Jacksonville.Send I plants. No.3. Wholesale,for nurserymen and dealers only. No.4. Fruits and Ornamental
NATIONAL BAZAll, 7 W Broadway, N.Y. 2-cent stamp for catalogue. | trees suited to Florida...






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Prolific. . . "per 1000 $2.25 Royal Palm Nurseries .
MDJMAtrI 'U4." 1QF2 Chailesion Seedling,or Noisettes, 350 BariinsiuReal Estato.
In lots of 500 or over,1 'ss than 500,per 100 .50 MANATEE, :FLA.

Special rates for lots of lv.000 or over.
RA.IL'WA."Y.WAYOROSS A few thousandPOTTED In ddltlon to a full line of general nursery _
stock to the climate Florida
adapted of we
LINE. are constantly receiving seeds and plants
J5HORT will buy a fine residence tot at
from all over the tropical and sub-tropical $500
$2 per hundred. world of which Introduced for the Tampa. Easy terms.
many are
All Trains of this Road are Run by Central l ((90th)
first time into
the United States.
Orders accompanied with cash promptly
Meridian Time which Is 33 Minutes Slower
than, Jacksonville Time, filled.with strong healthy plants,well packed. We can only mention a few of the rare $5000 will buy 200 acres! high rolling
plants and trees we catalogue for the fall of i1tndadjoining the new town of
Plants Now Ready. 1888: Pemberion,Junction of South Florida and
TIME CARD IN EFFECT MAY 2, 1888. Florida
Address, Mangoes (many varieties), Sapodillas, Rose- Railroads and the Withla-
Passenger Trains will leave and arrive daily, J. W. VOSE, Apples,Star-Apples.Suger-Apples,Cherimoyas, coochee River.

as follows: P. O. Box 116, Jacksonville, Fl Sour-Sops, Horse-Radish Trees "Spanish
NEW ORLEANS KXPRES Limes,' Tamarinds, Otaheite Gooseberries, $ I CCwill buy a resilience lot in Oriole. a
Leave Jacksonville dally at............... 7:3,5' a m Fla., Maumee Sapotas, Avocado Pears, Maumee Ap- Hernando' *J\J new Railroad town on S. F. Il.lt., In
Taylor's European House.Jacksonvllle, ples, Grenadillas, Banhinias,Acacias, Albizziasand county. Easy terms: concessionsto
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at.......... 7:3u a m '
those who
Leave Callahan dally at_..._........... 8:18 a m Cassias in variety, Jatrophas, Fourcrayas, will 1 build. PIlce rapidly im
Arrive at Waycross dally at....._.. ..1015 a m Shell Pond Nurseries. Yuccas, Agaves, Dasylinons, Plumerias, Palmsin proving.
Arrive Brunswick via B.& A'.R.'R... 1:50 p m ( variety), salpinias and Poincianas, many
Arrive at Thomas vllle dally at.......... 1:37 p m kinds of Ipomeas, Crotons, Dracaenas, and rare $ I CCwill buy handsome lot? in Parkers-
Arrive at Bainbridge daily at............ 3:35 p m Plen Tau (or Peen.to), Honey, Jackson Prolific greenhouse plants; Antigonons, Bamboos, East UJ burg.Marloncounty.facingonCoop*
Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at....... 4:04 p m (September), and My FavorlteKOctober( ) Veitchil Indian Pines Musa and Ensete forest trees ; Pandamus betacea er Park. Send for colored nuip. Property
Arrive at Pensacola via L. & )N.R.lt..lU:10 ; Cyphomandra ered very cheap.
: p m Peaches Pears Persimmons Japan
Figs Japan -
(the "Tomato tree" of Jamaica); the "Melon
Arrive at Mobile via L.&N.R.R-..... 2:30 a m
Plums eta Shrub" and White Adriatic Fig, etc., Roses
Arrive atNew Orleans viaL.&N. R.R 7:20 will l
A m and of buy a large building lot In
all sorts shrubbery in variety.Red $ 150
Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jackson- Send for Circular. Windsor, Alachua county, a flour-
ville and New Orleans, via Pensacola, and JA8. P. DEP ASoQ. Spanish Pine-Apple Slips now ready, is'ilng: place. .
Mobile. Archer, Fla.PIANGS&ORGANS. 82.00 per hundred,815.00 per thousand.
New catalogue ready in October.
FAST MAIL. $5000 will buy 1l(acres land adjoining
Leave Jacksonville dally at............._ 2:()!J pm.. AddressREASONER BROS. \VtDdsor. Easy terms. Only
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at,.........12.00 m'' Box 10 Manatee ,Fla. $)W cash required; balance on long time to
Leave Callahan daily at._.................. 2:45 p m n ,,, f Ot all makes direct to easterners suit purchaser.
Leave Chattahoochee at....................11'W am from headquarter, at - -------

Leave Thomasvllle at........................ 1:40 p m g guarantee races. All goods IMPROVED:: wilt buy a well 1 located lot of 10
Arrive at Waycross dally at.............. 4:40 p m No money asked $250 acres at Oriole land all and
Arrive at Jesup dally at................._... 6:15 p >n till instruments are received selected ;for high
dry culture.
and fully tested. Write 111 ; originally orange
Arrive Brunswick via E. T. V. & G... K:3-j p m An investment of Scents Long terms of credit. "nly $25 cash
before required
purchasing. ,
Arrive at Savannah daily at......,..._... 7:58 p m save you from 850.00 to 81OO.OO. Address may Wilson S Straw oITY Plants and an equal amount per annum plus the Interest -
Arrive at Charleston dally at............ 1:25 a m Tenm on deferred payments. The easiest
Arrive at Washington,D.C.,dally at 11:00 p m JESSEtrrt&uiing.D 'tlarl the South. terms offered on high dry lands in Florida.
Arrive Baltimore................................12:35 a m Enquire for particulars
Arrive Philadelphia.........................?. $:45 a m FOR SALE.
Arrive at New \ork: daily at........._.. 6:50 a m $4 5 0 will buy a fine 10-acre( lot close by
Pullman Buffet Care to and from Jackson- station Candler, Marlon county.
ville and New York. -f. Very prosperous place; good lands.
Leave Jacksonville daily at............... 4:30 p In Price $2.50 per :J1OOO, $225 will buy a choice 5-acre lot at Can-
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..11:30 a m FRIEND IN NEED.Dr. dler, close by the station.

Leave Callahan daily at....................... 5:14 p m will buy -10-acre tract of high roll-
Arrive at Callahan.............................10:46 a m Sweet's Delivered to the wharf.C. $400 h.gnine land little off from
Leave Waycross................................... 7:30pm I LINIMEN T. the H.S.,O. & G. R. It. in Marlon county. Satisfactory -
Arrive at Waycross daily at............... 8:25 a in INFALLIBLE terms to buyers.
Leave Gainesville dally at........,..?.... 3:50 p m .'. WINTON,
Leave at Lake City............... ........... 3:45 pm recipe of Dr. Stephensweetiof will buy a beautifully located
Connecticut the natural Bone $520
Leave Live Oak dally at..................... 7:10 p m Set- East Mandarin. whole block of lots in Parkersburg.
been used for than 50
Leave Thomasvllle dally at_............11:15 p m more years, --------- Money In It for the right man. Over 3X() lots
and is the best known for Rheumatism
Arrive at Albany dally at................... 1:30 a in remedy now sold.
1 Bruises Cuts Burns DEER ISLAND
Arrive Montgomery via Central R. R.
8:00 a In wounds and all external will buy 10( acres good orange land
Arrive Mobile via L. & N. R. R......... 2:10 p m Injuries. $ 150 adjoining Parkersburg.
Arrive New Orleansia L. & N. R.R. 7:30 p m SOLI 1JV ALL IHC.UGGISTS-TItY IT.
-- --- -- -- -- -- will buy 80 acres high rolling
Arrive Nashville via L. & N. R. R... 7:10 a m GARDENS AND NURSERIES $2500
Arrive Louisville via L. &: N. B. R..... 2:25 a m ZIMMERMAN FRUIT EVAPORATORSThe land adjoining Floral City in
Arrive Cincinnati via L. & N. R. R... 6:35 a In Hernando county. Money In it for subdivision -

Arrive St.Louis................................... 7:40 a m beat in America. Great llareutn for 30 days. OAKLAND OKAXii CO. FLA. Into lots. Terms to suit.
(r//Vom: the trife of Hon. JOHN" SHERMAN or Ohio: ,
Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville "I have thorourhly tested your machine M a Baker: *,well asa will buy 80 acres good high rolling
and 8U Louis, via Thomasville, Albany, Dryer,ao l it works-autifullj.. CKCKUA; S.SHERMAN" $800 pine land north of Couper )4'. S.
Montgomery and Nashville.JACKSONVILLE Address;Zimmerman Machine Cw.,Cincinnati,Ohlo.U.S.A. Pot Grown Semi-Tropicnl Fruit in Hernando county. Goodneighbor-

EXPRESS. hood.
Leave Jacksonville.............................. 9:30 p m a iitl Ornamental Tree, will buy land at OrioleR'y
Arrive Jacksonville............................ 8:05am Plants and Vine $600 with Lake Fronts
Leave Callahan..................................10:20::? p m
Arrive Waycross..................................12:35 a m No Loss in Transplanting. $ I I\J\J\J OOP) will buy a handsome 80 acre tract
Arrive Albany via B. k W. R. R........ 5:30 a m southwest of Oriole, close by Im-
Arrive :Macon via Central R. R.......... 9:40 a m Catalogue and Price List Free, on application provements; commanding building site; tine
Arrive Atlanta Via Central It. IL...... 1:35 p m land.
Arrive Jesup......................................... 2:15am ; ; to the Manager. Address tfJIOnO will buy 40 acres land, high and I
Arrive Brunswick via E.T. V. & G.... 6:00 a m u> I .Uw dry,adjoining town plat of Oriole.
Arrive:Macon via E. T. V. &: G. R. R, 8:30 a m A. E. CHAMPLIN, A fortune for some one by sub-dividing Into
Arrive Atlanta via E. T. V. &: G. R.R.12:05, m building lots.
Arrive Cincinnati via C. S. R. R........ 6:50: a m nov2JMy Oakland, Orange Co., Fla. will buy 40 acres of land adjoining
Pullman Buffet Cars and Mann Boudoir $600 preceding.
Cars via Waycross, Albany and Macon and

Jacksonville via Waycross and, Jesup Cincinnati.and Macon Also,; Through between; Nurseries of Lake Woir! Co1 $1250 will Company's buy 80 acres lands land at adjoiningthe Pemberton -

Passenger Coaches between Jacksonville and which they have laid out in building lots.

Chattanooga, via Albany; and Jacksonville Type for Sale. 100,000 Orange and Lemon Trees.Our River; front. A bargain.
and Cincinnati, via Jesup.8AVANNAU $2 5 0 0 will buy 120 acres tine land between -
EXPRESS. 800 pounds Long Primer, the type the Dispatch trees are very thrifty, three and four Dade City and Tucker-

Leave Jacksonville............................. 9:30: p m year old stock,%to \% Inch diameter, with town In Hernando county.
Arrive Jacksonville....... .................. 8:05 a m is printing from, Is offered for sale one year old buds. Nurseries easily acces- $40n will buy 40 acres splendid high
Leave Callahan ...............................10:20 p m s'ble to Florida" Southern Railroad. Send for land, two miles from BrookHVille.w .
Arrive Callahan...........?.................... 7:05 a m cheap. Address I Catalogues. Address buy a young orange grove,265
Leave Gainesville at........................... 3:50 p m I. E. B. FOSTER, Manager $800 trees, some beginning to bear;
Arrive Gainesville. ............................ 9:35 a In c. w. DACOSTA. dec2My South Lake Weir, F a. grove in fine condition; Clay county, flue
Leave Lake City................................_ 3:15 p in neighborhood; quarter mile from Kingsley
Arrive Lake City................................10W)a m Lake.
Leave Live Oak at............................... 7:10 p m FAIRVIEW NURSERIES
Arrive at Live Oak dally at............... 6:15 a m' \DlwLJU Arrive Thomasvllle......................... 7:50 a m in Hernando county; place has
Arrive Albany.....................................11:50 a m O. R. THATCHER) [ several hundred dollars worth of Improve-
Arrive Montgomery via Cen. R. It.... 7:23: p m ments on It, Including house; Railroad survey

Arrive Nashville via L. &: N. It. IL.... 7:10 a in S&&S& & & & & & runs through place. t
Arrive Louisville via L. & N. R. R. 2:20 p m Manager, $5000 will buy 810 acres finely located
Arrive Cincinnati via L. t N. It. It... 6:35 p m ., land In Hernaudo county. Will
Arrive Hi. Louis via L. fc N. It. R...... 8.-00 p m '. San Mateo, Putnam County, Florida.The sell all or part.HOMES.

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

Arrive Jesup......................................... 3:13 a m
Arrive'Savannah.:: ................................ 6:15 a m varieties of the and Lemon IN FLORIDA !
Arrive Charleston........._...._.........1255 p m best Orange
Arrive'Washington............................10:30 a m CECIL H. PLUMMER and other Citrus Fruits. -
Arrive New York..........._................... 5:30 p mISillman ,
Choice varieties of the Fig, ol recent Intro- Oriole, Hernando County.
Palace Cars between Jacksonville duction.
and Tampa.Pullman Send stamp for colored Map of Oriole and
Buffet Cars between Jacksonville YEP11MNARY SURGEON R The Cattley Guava, both the Red and Yel- Information how to get a home in Florida,
and Washington. low. close by Railroad In active operation. Splendid -
Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail orange lands. Large number of new

and Steamship connections, and baggage Student of; the Royal Veterinary College of The Peach and Pear of the sorts best adaptedto groves already begun. Purchasers rapidly
checked through. Also, Sleeping Car berths the soil and climate of Florida. coming in from all over the Union. Attractive
and sections secured at the Company's Office London, plan of purchase; but little cash required.
In Astor's Building,82: Bay street,and at Pas- Will answer all communications through let- The Japan Plum, varieties of the Mulberry, Bargains o ered.
senger Station and on board People's Line Hart's Choice Bananas,Grapes, Pecans, etc.
Steamers H.B.Plant and Chattahoochee and ters and telegrams. W. B. CLARKSON,

De Bary-Baya Line steamer. City of Jacksonville 45-Cataloguo free on application.

Office: 72 J W. Bay St, up stairs ;j.ATacksonville
L. TAYLOR, Office In Orlando,:Fla.,at REFERENCES-Crosby k Gowent San Mateo; .
General Passenger Agent Hon. u. W. Lyle, San Mateo; W. J. Webb, Fla
a. O. FLEMING, Superintendent. Reed
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Augusta, Gla...._.......?. 30 f60 00 Cedar Rapids.._...... ....... .Fort Scott, Kan............ 90 14000! Logansport, Ind_.........., ...... I...... ..Portsmouth, Ohio._...... ... ?.._.
AtlantajGa._..._.......... 35 7000 Champaign, 111.......?..... ... .....?... Gallon Ohio......?......... ... I 1....._..; LIncoln, Neb.. ..._......... '; 9i 156 40. PeorIa, IlL ................... 11600
Atchison, Kan............. ...... ....._. Dalton, Ga......_..... ...... 40 80 00 Oa11lpOlls, OhiO........... ... I 1....._..' :Macon, Oa..................... 25 50 00 Plttsburg-, Pa..............?. 126 00
Adraln, Mich.......?....... ..... .....-.., Dayton, 0.. ................... ... .....?..I Grand Rapids l\llch-...I, ... I.......... Mobile, Ala.....................' 40 80 00 Qulncy. .Ill................._. -'''. .....-.
Ann Harbor, Mich....... .? .....?..,, Delaware, Ohio............. ... ......... Hendersonl 5,1) '1100 00 Montgomery, Ala3.5 I 7000 (tome ua. .............?... 40 80 00
Alton, 111...._............?. ... .....-..I\ !Detlance.Ohlo......._...... ... ,,.......I. HIckman, ky y..1_..............I 55 ,,100 00 Mansfield, Ohio............ ... '!......... Rock island. Ill............ .....?..
Anniston, Ala......?....... 40 80 Detroit Mlch._.............. 70 120 00. Indianapolis, Ind........ 00 110 00 Masslllon, Ohio............ ... ,......... Rochester, N. Y._...._. 68 13100
Birmingham, Ala?...... 40 80 001 iDanvlile,111..1.::..........'. Jeffersonville, Ind...... 58 108 00 IMt. Vernon. Ohio......... ... '.......... Sandusky, Ohio......?.... 11600
Bloomington, Ill ......... ... ..... ( Davenport Ia. ........... .. ....... .......... Jacksonville, Ill_......... ... ......... (IMemphis, Tenn.) .......... 4,1) : 9000 .Sioux City, Iowa-....._.. ... .....??
Burlington Ia......,.....,... .,.... ......... ; Dubuque, Iowa............ ... ........Jollet, 111............._.....?? ... ......... Milwaukee, WIs.?......... 70 1120 00 Springfield, IlL............. ...... .....,...
Belleville ill................. ... .....-.. Des Moines, Iowa......... ....... Jefferson City, 1\10........ ...... ......... I Madison, Ind............... ... ......... St. Joseph, It-Io..........-?. ?' .........
Buffalo, I.i. Y ........._...... 66 126 00 Denver, Col.1. 8.5 1250 00 Knoxville Tenn .......,. 45 90 Minneapolis Louis, Mo... ............. 6:5: 11600
Bay City Jtllch..1 I. ...... .......... .Dixon, Ill_...._............... ... I ......... Kenton, Ohio................ ... ...? 001 Madison Wis.Minn..St.. .1 l\llch.....?.?. ... _.??..
Bristol, ...........,._ ... ......... Elyria, Ohio,........,...?? ...... ......... ''Kalamazoo, Hch_...... 70 120 !Montreal, ', _......... ... .........
Cleveland 0. ... ...... 70 120 00 Evansville, Ind_... ...... 56X 106 00 Kansas City, Mo.._...... .... .. Nashv1lle,Tenn............ 45: I 9U 00 Sr.rIngtleldOhIO.......... ?.... ....
. Cincinnati,, Ohio??....., 51) 100 00 East Saginaw, Mlch.. ... ..... Lansing, Diich.............. ...... .....?.. I New Orleans_............ 45 90 00 Toledo 0. .................. 70 if>.00
CaIro, Ill......?............... fJO 110 00)( East toit. Louis, Ill......?. 65 116 00 LaCrosse, Wis.............. ...... ......?... Newark, Ohlo......_.?.... ... ......... erre Haute, Ind ....._ 60 0 00
Columbus, K y..?.......... 5-5 100 00 i Emporla, Kan.?..........? 105 162 00 Lima, Ohlo......_..... .... ... ......... Omaha, Neb................. ...... ......... Toronto, Can................ "
Columbus, Ohio_......... ... ......... Erie, Pa ..... ............-...... 66 126 00 Lafayette, Ind......_._.? .. Ottawa, Can..... ............ .... Topeka, Kan.....?.....?.. 1,5, i.8.1M>
Columbus, Ga ............... 35 7000 I Fort Wayne Ind.......... ._.. Lancaster, Ohio............ ......I\ .on City, Pa................... 66 126.00 Urbana, OhIo................
Council Buffs, la.... ... .... Findlay Ohio .............. ..... ..... ..... W.Va........._. 66 .i2iroo
I ? \Leavenwortn, Kan...... ... ..........I! (jPekln, Ill. ....._............... ... ... Wheeling,
Chicago, 111._........_...... 6.5 .116.00 ,Frenlont, Ohio.............. ...... .........1 r nlsvHle1 Ky b5 1 (1100 ;,Pans, Ill........................ ... ......... .Winnipeg, Ian............ :r-... .....-.
Chattanooga, Tenn_.... 40 HO 00 'Fort Dodge, lowa....._? 1 18 170 Little ttoCK;, rk.......... 55 1120 001_ _;Piqua, Ohio.................. ... .........1 .
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Jacksonville Callahan. and Live Oak..............................................................?. 20 40 25 50 30 6030'1 60 30. I f. Z7. tJ>J'I . .. . .
Gainesville, }few Branford.....?......??..?.........,......................?__......................... 30 60 35 70 40 80 401'' 40' 50, 3r 'I 15 .\ . .. .. .... .. .. . .
Landings. on Ht. Johns river.................................................................................... 30 60 35 70 40 80 4.5I 80 40'1 so 31 1i- .. . .... .... .. .
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Stations on Fla. So. Ry north of and Including Ocala .........-.-......................._. 3.5 70 40 80 4.5 90 90 I' 90 42. 851 I'I .. .". ....:. .
Stations on Fla. So. Ry south of Ocala. ............. .,......................................?....... :r7 75 42 or, 47 95 .471 I 95 I' A7'i I Po.' A'.. 901 . .. .... "
BtaUons on Fla. Se. Rp..At..1. & L. E. .,.................._.............................. : 1542 8.jl 47 D5 49'' 47 951 47 95 : : : :: : : : :: : : .... .. ". ". .
Landings on Lake Santa Fe...... ............... ... ... .. ...I ...95I ... I ... ......
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0&..wu- a.... ...............................................h.h.......................................... A5 90 50 100 I I 53 110 b5: 110)j 55 110 U.J.r:1': : . .. .. .... ... .
Landings on Manatee River.................................................................?.. ...........?. ... ... ... ......I, I ... ...... .I .... ... ...... ... ?.... . . .. . ... . .
Stations on .J., 8t. A. A H. R. Ry........................?.....................-....?..................... ... 60I, ... ..., ... ...... .. ::I ... ...... /1. ...... . . . .. .. .
Palatka. ......._........................ ........................................_.............?.......?......... 30 35 40 I 40 80 10 80St.Augustine. Ao 80 I 37 15'I'. .. . . .. .. .
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Stations on J T A K. ... Ry ...... ...............................................-....... ..-............... .'.. ... ".1 '' : ...... ". ''' ..I. .. ... -.... I ,. .. .. .. .. . .. .. ....
landings on Lakes Eustis and Ham" .....................................".'..'........?............ 42 85 47 9.51 105 59i I 52. 1 105. 52 1 05 .
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FromBelalrtoMcKlnnon.lncluslve........".,,......,....., .........?..................... ..... 40 80 45 90, 5010g 50' 1 oo 50' 100 41 Ib5 .. ... .. ... .
From Kissimmee to Acton, Inclusive.............................. .....?......?.. ...........:..... 45 90 50 100: : 5511 601120' 01 55 1 1 10 b2 l UZ .. .. .. .. .. .I . : .. . .
Plant City to ............ ._ ... 5100/ 5.5 110'I 60 I 20 60 120 51 115
From Winter Haven to Bartow Inclusive............. ............... ? I 65 l 30 65 1 30 1 65 130 62 I 1 25 . . .. .... . .
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Stations on F. R. & N. Co. north of and including Ocala.....,..............,.........,?. 35 70140 80: : 45 i 41 90 4590\ 42 ... .. .
Htations on F. R, do N. Co. south of Ocala................................................_.......... ir1 75 42 8-5 47 95 95 47 95 44 90 : : : : : : :: : : : : .. .. .
Stations on Sanford & Indian River R. R. ._............_. ...............?........_. .? ...... .. ......I; ... ...... ... ... .... ... ......,! .. ... .. .
Stations on Tavares, Orlando & Atlantic It.R......._............_.......?....?.._...?.... .? ...... .? ......j : ... ........ ... ...... ... ...... .- ......1 I . . .:: .. .. .
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not exceed that of an ordinary flour barrel.
Standard barrel must
of the
CONNECTIONS. The capacity
1 the above will be liable to pro rata excess of charges.
Excess of capacity of tniaanrsonnt
Double dally fast freight service for all points West via Albany, Jesup and Savannah. The Carload is estimated at 20,000 pounds,shipment or 400 Standard. mnstbe Boxes.to one d' 'Jnntlon Jlnd
Dally fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern Interior w1l be ch mu. Car-load
and Coast points, including New York, Boston, Philadelphia Baltimore consignee.
Washington and to one but good order and condition of shipments
Providence. Prepayment of freight will not be required, and tha
Trl-weekly connection for New York via the Ocean absolute requirement. It Is clearly understood between the shippers
Steamship Company, leaving Savan- will be an shall attach for loss or damage however
nah Mondays Wednesdays and that no responsibility
Fridays. companies the
transportation solely
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Twice a week for Baltimore via the Merchants and Miners Transportation Co., leaving occasioned, unless it be from negligence, and that such loss must
Savannah Tuesdays and Fridays. I company upon whose line such negligence: may be located. at those points will not
Weekly connection for Boston via tne Boston and Savannah Steampshlp Co., leaving The charges advanced by this Line in good faith to connections

Savannah every Thursday. be subject to correction by this Line. must be given for Insertion in
Weekly connection for Philadelphia .' ocean Steamship., leaving Savannah every I In every case the full name and address of the consignee
Saturday.Sailing. I the Way-bill.
Bill Lading and on
days of Steamships are sub e change without notice. Single shipments to Western points will be charged at double rates. and Balti
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UYFOItMA/l: t. tj'OR .'IIIPPER :11 more. If shipped ,they
i lines and cost of transfer. to of the agents
To make through rates from po ni .Mitary to the above, add the rates of connecting Stencils, shipping receipts and information furnished of on the application lines or to any
lines to above rates. For further information, if needed, apply to Agents TAYLOR
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r{ ..Umated The dimensions at..50 .pounda.of the Stand: r*.:* t Ve citablen. are. 8xl4x22Hnches: and the weight M 1 i.r.t C. D.Traffic OWENS> Manager, Savannah, Ga. JAMES Gen'l Freight Agent, Savaonah, GH.

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Seffher, Hillsborough 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
11.25 to$5 per acre,according to location.For .

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


.A.t :ROCS.: :Bottom: :Prices: Chief Clerk,Land Department. (sep2Jyl) General Manager
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For Planting During Rainy Season of Summer. ;

E. R. TRAFFORD, General l\.Iunuer: ,


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

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

hundred deep,clear spring lakes,within a radius often 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 people of taste to acquire a lovely winter home,where all the pleasures and comforts of our
CATALOGUE NOW READY, 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 SEMI-TROPICAL wards,and will be sold on most favorable terms to improvers or settlers.


Fruit 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
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 requisites
CHOICEST VARIETIES OF ORANGE & LEMON TREES for 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 toW ,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 purchasing -
W. :E3.A.V'VICJJ'f'S: :: 6s scosr:: Props-, elsewhere.

full particulars address,
BLOUNT &; WHITLEDGE, Bartow,Polk County,Florida.G. .
GEORGETOWN NURSERIES. M. MORRISH, Anclote.Hernando County,Florida.J. .
E. LAMBETH Gainesville,Alachua County,Florida.A. .
C. MARTIN Mackinnon,Orange County, Florida,or to
o E. R. TRAFFORD, General Manager,Sanford,Orange County,Florida.
ORANGE AND LEMON TREESBudded nov24-lyr _
JOHN T. LESLEY,President. S. A. JONES, Gen. Manager. LAWSON CHASE,Sec.:: A;Treas.
from tried and approved varieties, and on good healthy stocks. S
Fruit Trees suitable to Florida. Address,

AARON:: Wes, (eorg-etcrwii, Fla TAMPA: FLORIDA,
May 16'83 tt
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


Orange anal Genoaa: 59 and 61 West Bay Street Jacksonville, Florida

in variety, other Citrus Fruits, Peen-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 ,.,..,......_.......... ....................................11.00(
A. H. MANVILLE & Oemler's Truck Farming In the South, ,..... ......,.............................,......... 1/0
CO., Whltner's Gardening In Florida............................................................... 1.50
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.

Orange, Lemon and Lime Trees Peaches, Pears, Plums Pecans and ASHLEY PHOSPHATE COMPANY,

Persimmons, Filberts, Walnuts, Pigs Grapes Bananas, etc.
Descriptive Catalogue and Price List of 27 pages sent free.
F. S. CONE, Manager, Ashely Soluble Guano, a complete high grade Fertilizer.

CRESCENT CITY, FLA.HERIDAN'S 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

) Ashley Dissolved Bones. Ashley Acid Phosphate.

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

u highly absolutely concentrated.pure and For Almanacs and Hand Boqks,Agricqltwral Primers,and good articles on Peas, Kainlt
1 omno U worth a 1U. Floats,etc.,address
of any other kind. It ia strictly a medicine to be riven with food. Nothing on arth will make hens lay like
it.MS Bold ohiekencholeraand everywhere\ ,or all.en dir'a.e.wall&for* 25.. cent.Is worth in .tamp'I.its weight 21-4 In ipld.lS' niujtrated-tigbt "n book by THE ASH BEY PHOSPHATE: OlYIPANY,
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REAL ESTATE SOUTH FLORIDA RAILROAD. Lakeland Branch.. -Dally except Sunday Kissimmee, Davenport, Bartow Junction
Lakeland, Plant City and Auburndale on
South Bound. North Bound. Signal.
W.M. LEDWITII. F. C. SOLLEE. WEDNESDAY rime.) ON AND AFTER Pas. Pas. m Pas. Pas. connects at Sanford with Sanford and In-
August 11, 1886, 5 a m,Trains &Crt &frt ':'" STATIONS. &irt &frt dian River Railroad for Ovldeo and points on
LEDWITH & SOLLEE will leave and arrive as follow t 11. 13. 'H. 12- Lake Jessnp; with the People's Line and
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-- DeBary-Baya Merchants' Line of Steamersfor
DEALERS SOUTH BOUND. A M. P.M. P.M.IA H. Jacksonville and intermediate points
8.25 8.10 0 Lv. .Lakeland. .Ar 7.20 7.40 on St. Johns River,and with Steamers for Indian -
REAL ESTATE ... .''III 8.48 8.32 8 Lv ..Haskell .Lv 6.58 7.18 River and Upper St.Johns.At .
-_ aS .o hSTATIOH5. 9.05 8.5014 Ar. . Bartow . Lv 6.40, 7.00 Kissimmee with Steamers for Fort Myers
aS17 0 FI 0 .Q and Bassinger,and points on Kissimmee river.
Office, No.7 Herkimer Block, : AZ :AZ oz 17 o Sanford and Indian River Railroad At Pemberton Ferry with Florida Southern
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. = H -J fZr Railway for all points North East and West,
< Daily except Sunday. and at Bartow with the Florida} Southern
Headquarters for Haines City Property. --- South Bound. North Bound. Railway for Fort Meade and points South.
LeaveAH PX PH AM Read Dowd. Read Up. Connects at Tampa with steamer, "Marga-

R. R. Whar( _... ........ ....._ ........ ........ P88. Pas. ret" for Palma Sola, Braidentowu, Palmetto
5 '. KISSIMMEEReal Ranford-...... 0 800 435 520 930Belatr. '" &L''t N0. !L. Manatee and all points on Hillsborough and
... ......... 3 8 10 4 43 5 3'l 9 45 :: 23. STATIONS. R ,::: Tampa Bays.

Estate Crystal L'ke 4 ........ ........ 530 ......_ Also with elegant new Steamship "Mas-
Agency. .Ben ts .......... 5 8 .... 539) ....... --- -- cotte" of the Plant Steamship Co., for Key
*I"ongwood" 10 8 15.. 4 50S 603 1030 p.m 6.30 Iv..8antoro..ar a.mo 7.40 17 Westand Havana, with steamers Tor Cedar

Altamonte.. 12 S : 5 01 613 10.9) 3 6.45 .......Fort Reed......... 7.ZJ 14 Keys and Mail Steamers for Key West.
Healthy Lands! Low Prices for Havana leave Sanfordon
Mayo ......_. 14 838 5 O. 1108Mattland. Passengers can
6201 5 6.52....... ..Rutledge.......... 7.15
Klsslmmee! ; offers the best chances for set- .... 15 853 5 ff7 62.5' 1120 6 6.57 ........._....Lord_. .... 7.10 112, Express Train at 4.35 p. m. Monday and
tlers in Florida. It Is the coming district,as .Winter Park 18 900 515 0 j 33 1140.Wilcox. 12'' 7.1&...:........*Clifton............. 6.52'' 5 Thursday connecting same evening with
all'who know the Scale testify. There is Big ...... ...... .._ 6.JJ; ....._ 13 '7.ZJ1. *Tuskawllla. 6.471 4 steamer at Tampa.Applications
Money for investors In Town Lots. Orlando....... 22. 9 13. 5 26. 6 55 12 35 17 7.35IAr..Ovideo..lv 6.35;, 0 for Passports' cn bo made
Gatiln .. 23 7 05Jessamine. through any Notary Public and such applications -
lifgli Pine and Hammock LandsAt : : 26 9'23 .5"3-i 7 it?I i2.s1.Plne *Flag Stations. No. 3 and 6 Dally. Trains when vised by Spanish Consul at Key
} Castle 21! 9 26 _...... No. 1, 2.' 4 5, 7 and 8 Dally except Sunday. West will answer the purpose ot Passport.
reasonable prices. .mg Cypress 30 9 33 5 42 110 Train No.6 stops at Kissimmee for breakfast. Through Tickets sold at all regular stations
ALso good land for Truck Farming. A few ..11cKlnnon.. 34 9 45 5 52..7.M.: 1 40Kisstmmee Trains No.19 and 20 Dally. Trains No.21 and points North, East and West.FREDERIC.
Ntnail Bearing Groves on tracts of irony .. 4010 0'2 6 06 2 20LakeLoche 22 Dally except Sunday. H. RAND.
Trains Nos. 3 and 6 at Orlando I Q" MT< *kr,>t .pent
stop only
} Twenty to Eighty acres, at very low prices. .Capmb ll 44 10 12 .. ..._ ,
R These Groves are easily enlarged, and afford 521030 632 X310
i a good start. Correspondence solicited. Davenport 57 10 42 6 4 ......_1 352UalnesUlty E8TABLISHED
61 10 52 ........ ....... ........ 1875. -
IIOSWKLL & HOSE. artow.J'nc 681108 7 05... ..... 450Auburndale
Kissimmee, Orange Co., Fla. 72/1118/ 7 13.. ....... 5 10
tFitzhughs.. 77'1121', 7 20........ 5 25 E.Commission BEAN
Lakeland...? 83h1143: 735 ......_ 610 .
SIZE FEET, Plant City... 9J; ,12 03 7 55 ..._... 6 55 ,
ROTS, 40XIN $4. .Cork........... 98,12, 13 ......_ ......_ ......H
Lakeview on Kingsley! Lake Seffner.......... 103/12, 24 8 15 ......_ 7 35 Merchant and Forwarder
| -50 FLORID- I A Mango......... 10.5112/ 30 8 ro ........ 7 45 ,
I tract buys for ad-acre 109112 ..._ ........ ........
I All OUAINGJ GIIOVC. Ar Tampa.... 40.. 8 45.........1 8 20{) Waycross Railroad Wharf, Jacksonville, Fla.

Send 2 cent stamp for Maps,:eta, to PM. I IPMNORTH Branch Packing-House, "Waycross Railroad Depot, Gainesville, Fla.

.IP. O..Box TROPICAL 158, Jacksonville L./.IVD CO., l J:,la. C> ran. g e s, :I.e :J 0 n. S ,

REFER TO Ex-Gov. Geo. F. Drew, BOUND. And other Fruits and Vegetables,
Jacksonvilleand Rev. C. '" 00
i McLean St. Augustine. -. .-- cS0-4
: nov9-ly AO SO QO Q,0. .,.c,ao. PACKED, SHIPPED AND SOLD.

STATIONS.z gz Zz. Reliable Correspondents in all the principal cities of the United States.
Gf1 0 C) .

MAYWOOD.Groves as <0 ww a w Green. I: .emoaa:
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favorable made terms and in warranted on the most LeaveI'M AM A MTampa. RIPENED AND PUT IN GOOD MERCHANTABLE SHAPE.

sections of Florida., one of the most healthy ......... 0 1 40 ........ 6 00 6 30
rent at moderate Boarding and houses to *()rlent......... 6 155 ... ......_ ro VV ers' Su.pp11e; : : .
prices. Senfor: particulars Mango........ 10 2 04 ....... fi'22 1 10
and 20 cents for
glimpses at the Orange Land. Have a full stock of Growers' Supplies-consisting of Cottonwood Thin Wood for Orange
Heffner_....... 12 210 ........ 5'17 7 35
this For reference we refer you to the editor of ....Cork........_. 11 220 .. ..... .... ,. ........ Boxes, which makes the Whitest, Lightest, Strongest and Cheapest Box In use. Beach
paper. Direct to Plant Clty._ 22 232.. ....... 54S 8 25 (Bangor) Thin Wood, Dressed Pine Heading, Hoops, Manilla Orange Wraps, etc., etc., all of
W. H. REED Lakeland.... 32 253........ 610 9 25Fitzhughs the best quality,and cheaper than the cheapest.

Pittman, Fla. .Auburndale;_ 38 43 3 315 05 _.............. 622 6:0::: 1015 9 vi Agent for the Sale of the Stevens Sizer and the Dayton Tramway Fruit Car

FLORIDA Bartow .J'nc 47 3 28 . 6 40 1105llainesCity
Sf ;3 40 .. .... ..... Send for Circulars and Stencils. sep14-tf_
FERTILIZER COMPANY Davenport... 58 3 th 11 45LakeLoche
G3 4 52..7,,.. 12 12 03.Campbells.

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, E. T. PAINE, Prest., 44 East Bay St. 75 0 20McKinnon CALCINED HUMUS!
Ri ss l mm .. 4 36 5 S 00 1
Florida Orange Food, $23 per ton. 8)) 148 5 52i 8 10 1 40
Florida *Big Cypress 8.5 5 00 607. 8 20 158
Vegetable Food, $28 per ton. .Pine Castle 88 5 (07: 6 15'!.... ...... THIS UNEQUALLED
This Fertilizer has.been thoroughly testedr .e8samlne._ 89 5 10, 618 8 Z7, I 215Gatlin.

the past six ......... 00 _......, 6 211.' ....... .. FERTILIZER FOR ORANGE TREESIs
years on Orange Groves in
Orlando........ 93 5 24 6 35 8rT: 3 00.Wilcox.
Florida and has given entire satisfaction. ... ....... 95 ........ 6 42........ .. ._
Send for Circulars and Certificates. Winter P'rk 97 5 36 6 50 8 47 3 30 delivered at your nearest Station,
r Maftland..100 5 44 6 58 8 53 3 45

Mayo ...._.... 101 5 48 7 ro 8 4 00 .A.t $16 :Per 'won.: .
COW PEAS. Altamonte. 102 5 b3 7 10 9 561! 4 15Longwood.
... 105 602 720 908: 455 .
300 bushels Red Rover, Clay, Whlppoorwlll Bents,......... 110 6 11 7 31........ ........
and White Peas for sale. .Cr'staIL'ke 111 ........ 7:1: ........ ........
.Belair.112' 615 738 9 20 535i Address'V.. W. HICKS
Fh T. P1! INFo, Front i Sanford........ 115/ 6 2), 7 50 9 550
Ar.R.Wharf P.M.'A M A PM.Peinberton .. Fort Mason, Fla.

herwoodFemaleSeminary Ferry Urauch.-8.F. R.R. D. D. ROGERS. C.B. ROGERS.

STAUNTON, VA. South Bound North Bound ,
A firat-cl&ss Female School Location Mead DoWn Read Up. DEALERS.INMETAI.i
ca tlntes by beauty and elegance of
buildings>> and grounds. Every advantage a 1 14"8t Pas 1"'st Ft.W1. : :FL C> C> F'I1V -
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for Ft
thorough education in all de.partmemts ::: HTATIONS. 1\1'1 Ex. :

J.L.. .Send MASSEY for Catalogue, Princial.to 'I 19, .::.. 20. -==-AIP.M. Corrugated Iron, Fire Proof Iron Shutters, &c., MetaligBuilding uppl1es.}
for E. Van Noorden &Co'sMETALIC
State Agents
A.M A.M P.M.o
Staunton Male Academy. I 5.21 3.40 Lv Pembert'n Fery Ar 10.10 9.10 15 SHINGLES.

Beet equipped school in the South., 1 ,,5.2' 3.25............t'tzgerald. .. 10.00 9.0574 74 West Bay street,JACKSONVILLE:, FLA.
Corps of experienced teachers. Full 3 5.30 .....-..... Oriole ..10.00 -. 7l.
cabinets of 'minerals. Philosophicaland 10 5.16..I.. ........... .l\lacon... 9.4J: .. 65
Chemical apparatus. Location; 11 5.53 4.25 .........Owensboro ......... 9.rT: 8.2761 A. N. DOBBINS & BRO.- I I A. E. DROUGHT, F.II.Cashier.8KELDINO,
unsurpassed for beauty and heaRbfuines& 16 ...... President.
6.03 4.55'.Dade City.. 9.21. 8.05.59
'W.M. 1L KABLE.Catalogue A.on M.application. _- = l3/ 6.18 5.211..Richland............. 9.10 7.2' 52 KISSIMMEE CITY BANK
STAUNTON.+ drrinepatr- 31 6.43: 5.50!........*1't>dderv11le .. 8,48 6.454t ,
371 6.57 ......... Kathleen... . .1 8.3.56.o.38\ ORANGE COUNTY FLA.
43 7.40 ...........Lakeland...........' 8.20, 5.85,32, ,
$700to$2500 YEAR, clear oft 53 8.08 6.10............Plant City.......... 7.5.'> 4.35'Z2 -
expense,can be 58 8.20.. . ...... .Cork_. . i I 7.40 .......,.17g3 CAPITAL J$ 5OOOO.
made working for us. Agents preferred who 8.32 8.501.............Metfner.............!! 7.30 3.4512
can furnish their own horses and give their 65\ 8.3S 9.00, . ....Mango.... . I 7.2. 3.35i10
whole time to the business. Spare moments \, 8.t8 ..Orient. ......... .... Transacts a general Banking business.
may be profitably employed also. A few va- 751 !J.05j 9.40IArrive.1 ..Tampa..Leave l 7.15.. 3.001 9Bartow
cancies In towns and cities. ;B. F. JOHNSON
A COG 1013 Main St., Richmond, Va. Buys and sells Exchange. Letters of Credit
Sunda .
Brancb.-Dally t;x cept cashed.
A. J. BEACH & SON South Bound. North Bound. Has correspondents-In all the chief towns

I Pa&I jPa&. Pas. Pas. of Florida, also Seaboard National Bank and
(Gun Locksmiths and Stencil Cutters
NURSERYl\EN. No &Ft :::" rATIONS. :::" &Ft No. Messrs. C. M. Whitney & Co., New York.In .
15. 17. q 16. 18. Great Britain: The Bank of Irelan .
Our stock of Fruit Trees is large and fine, - 44 W. Forsyth St., Op. St. Johns Hotel. Royal Bank of Scotland, Bank of BritU
t and in good order. New 'rults.r.among whichare A.M P,M. AI. P.K. JACKSONVILLE, - FLORIDA North America and Melville, Evans <& C
the White Adriatic Fig, San: Pedro and 113 .45 0 Lv. rtow.Juno .Ar 010.55 3.29 London... __
i ; done In all its branches. -
White Genoa. 11.49 02 5 Lv. nwrHaven.Ar 510.:18: 3.0511.x Gunsmithing

CatalO'\fl_ ('ee. Address : 5.15 9 LV. .Eagle Lake........ 9 10.Z1 2.30 IRON SAFE WORK andWHISKY at tiotn*without IIABITS))aln. cured Bo _

u e 1.. .A J.. 'l"DEACJI.'. Fal&tk&; SON TriA! I H.\Tl1 Ii 5.25/12// /Ar.:. t.3arttowe......Lv.17. '100012.30\ Spoclal! ct-tf rate.*. op Stencil r t+r lJ1g.by mill. I O P 1I9__13.particular M. WOO f.X.D.,4SEPTEMIIER sent Free.tlaataQ

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Boston and Savannah Steamship Co.

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Great" Southern Freight and Passenger Route ,between New England and AND

Georgia, Florida, Alabama, the South and Southwest. FERTILIZERSVVJLL.I.A.1IJ

First-Class Passenger Accommodations. : :: : : .A.. :J3C> i.Ti, L S;,

No Transhipment.1 -W No ]xtra. 'Ilandlinw. (Successor to J. 1<:. Hart,)
Cabin Passage, 820; Excursion 833.00; Steerage, 812, 20 Went Bay Street Jacksonville, Flu

I handle none but the Best and most Reliable Seeds. My new Catalogue will be!sent free on
e.the san'from application. Also, Wholesale Dealer in
superior Iron Steamships of this Company are appointed to

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


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Guaranteed Anal y lt;.


<< UN(
CITY OP 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.to .
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley...................._...........................Thursday, Aug. 19,at 8:30 a.m
niTY OF MACOf, Capt. Kelley................................................Thursday, Sept. 2,at 9:00 p.m
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley...............?.......?.......?.......?.?Thursday, Sept. 16,at 7:30 p.m SCOFIELD'S IRON WORKSAdjoining

Through Bills of Lading qrift 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. Passenger Depot, MACON, GA. Manufacturers of the old and well knownSOHOFIELD'S

W. H. RINu Nickerson's Wharf Boston.
For Freight and rooms apply to RICHARDSON&: BARNARD, Agents, Savannah,Ga.

For Tickets apply to connecting lines.

most substantial,best built,and fastest packing COTTON PRESS on the market. Packs

SAVANNAH LINE. &ftnorS tOii: Portable and Stationary Steam Engines and Boilers,

T:I: :bI.t ::EJ -FOR- power. All sizes and styles-4 to 100 horse power. Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers, Mill Gearing
and Machinery a specialty. Hancock Inspirator, the best boiler feeder known
55 to 60 Hours JIL1. and acknowledged standard. Iron Pipe and Fittings, Engine Trimmings, Brass valves
\ Whistles,Lubricators,Rubber and Leather Beting,and everything pertaining to Foundry
betweenSAVANNAH NEW YORK Machine and Mill Supply business. Address

and -AND- d. S. SOHOFIELD & SON, Proprietors


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One of the Finest Hotels
Steamship Company .

JI $ in America.

(Central; or 90 Meridian Time.) All modern Improvements and
appliances have been placed in
Passage Rates Between Savannah and New Tor*. the house, and no hotel In the
State is more handsomely fur

ro or from New York Cabin,125; Steerage,812.50; Excursion (return trip),813.50. nished.
THE Magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: \ Finest Resort In the South.

The Hotel contains l00roomPlot
TALLAHASSEE Capt. Fisher.........?........................ .............Wednesday, Sept. 18:00 a. m which 140 bed rooms the remainder
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nlckerson...................................... .....Friday, Sept. 39:30 a. m are are mostly public; rooms
CITY OF SAVANNAH Capt. H. C. Daggett.................v....Monday, Sept. 6-12:30 p.m for the use of the guests of the
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catherine.......:.............................Wednesday, Sept. 82:30 p. mNAOOOCHEE. house.
Capt. Kempton.........._....................?.......................Friday, Sept.104:00 p.m
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher..............................?........................Monday, Sept. 135:30 p.m Surf Bathing, Sari Fishing and
CITY OF AUGUSTA Capt. Nickerson......_..........................Wednesday, Sept. 15- 7:00 a. m Bicycle Riding, on this noted,
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. H. C. Daggett....................-............Friday, Sept.17- 8:00)a. m beautiful) beach, are among the
CHATTAHOOCHEE Capt. Catharine_.Monday, Sept.:20 10:30 a.m leading attractions.
NACOOCHEE Capt. Kempton?.................?.........?......?..........Wednesday, Sept.22-12:30 a.mTAT.LAILAMSkE '-
Capt. Fisher........?_................?..........................Friday, Sept.24- 3:00<> p.m
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson.........................................Monday, Sept.27- 5:00: p. m TERMS:Transient,per day,83.00
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. H. C. Daggett.'Vednesday, Sept. 297:00 a. m Special rates by the Week and
} fJ to Families.

[ Steamers do not carry Passengers.] -

DF)3SUG., Capt. 8mltn?..._......._..........................._..-Saturday,Sept. 4-100 a.m
DI SUOG Capt. Smith.__....._......_:............................._.....Saturday,Sept. 156:30: a.m
JUNIATA Capt. -................_....._.-........................-Saturday,Sept.25' 3:30: p. m

THESE PALACE STEAMERS, To Truckers and Gardeners.

Connecting. with the Savannah Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line)and
the Sea Island Route. .
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 principal points North, East and Northwest White and Red, Crop 1886.
ria Savannah. For further particulars apply to
Pier J No-t' North River,'New York. City Exchange Building,Savannah, Ga. for the South.
W. L.JAMES, Agent, 13 S.Third Street,Philadelphia. The Cabbage
J. D. HASHAGENl y Eastern to connecting Agent,lines.Sav.,Florida&: Western Ry.Co.,261 Broadway Y. HENDERSON'S FIRST OF ALL PEAS,

_H. R. CHRISTIAN Oen'l Soliciting Agent. The earliest, hardiest and most productive.

The favorite early variety In the South.

first-class Academy for both Five
tixes. courses: College Preparatory; Higher English
Normal; Business: Industrial Drawing. First-class Art and Music Departments. Fine The most prolific and solid early variety grown.
new Dormitory Buildings, 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 shod send for our list of SEBDS special
liberal an education as can be secured in the best New England schools. adapted for growing for early norttem markets; free on application.
DeLand College will also receive students of both sexes prepared te enter the Fresh-
man Class. Send for Catalogue. PETER HENDERSON & GOl35&37CortlandtSt..NEWYORK.; :

.. J. F. FORBES, President, I
.. DeLaud, fla., or lit JL. Delmad Fairport. N. K.

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